Newlyn, St Peter

West

Entries in grey are not obtained from documentary evidence, but are inferred from content, context, etc.

Date of manufacture and insertion
1899
Number of lights
4
Maker
WG Rich, of London and Bridport
Main subject
  1. Henry Phillpotts, Bishop of Exeter, died above arms of Diocese of Exeter.
  2. William [sic] White Benson first Bishop of Truro then Archibishop of Canterbury, died above arms of Diocese of Canterbury.
  3. Frederick Temple, Bishop of Exeter then Archibishop of Canterbury (died , after insertion of the window), above arms of the Diocese of London.
  4. Revd Frederick Field Richards
Tracery subject
Truro and Canterbury Diocesan arms
Donor
HC Richards, KC, MP for Finsbury E, brother of dedicatee
Dedicatee
Revd Frederick Field Richards, former lay preacher and curate.
Notes
  1. To be inserted early in the new year Cornishman p 4.
  2. Insertion, donor, subjects Coventry Evening Telegraph p 4.
  3. Maker, donor, insertion Brighton Gazette p 7, Sussex Agricultural Express p 4, Sussex Agricultural Express p 7.
  4. Insertion, donor Royal Cornwall Gazette p 4. To commemorate the fifty-third anniversary of donor’s parents’ wedding.
  5. Unveiled on , Cornishman p 4.
  6. Name of first bishop of Truro, then Archibishop of Canterbury, was Edward White Benson, not William White Benson!
  7. Referred to in Cornishman p 5 in connection with unveiling of south aisle west given by same donor.
  8. Mentioned in Royal Cornwall Gazette p 4. Confused and inaccurate article!
  9. Completely hidden by organ since addition of organ loft in late 1930s by Revd Allan Wyon, vicar (church guide. ).