Newlyn, St Peter

n7. North aisle 2

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

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
Heaton, Butler & Bayne
Main subject
Miraculous draught of fishes
Mr HC Richards, brother of dedicatee
Revd Frederick Field-Richards, lay-reader and then curate, died
  1. Marriage of dedicatee to Mary Campbell Dunnington-Jefferson Manchester Times p 7.
  2. Death of dedicatee, Cornishman p 5.
  3. One of a pair of windows (the other being North aisle 3) to be inserted showing scenes from the life of our Lord, Cornish Telegraph p 5.
  4. Dedicatee, insertion, subject, Cornishman p 5. Location described as east transept, probably the newly-opened north transept which is memorial to dedicatee.
  5. Maker, donors, dedicatee Royal Cornwall Gazette p 7. Location given as new aisle
  6. Church guide suggests design may be by George Ostrehan, but no mention of this has been found in any of the contemporary reports until RCG 1905-05-11 which contains various inaccuracies. He died on at the age of 35 (Uxbridge and West Drayton Gazette p 8) which would make him 17 or 18 in 1886 when the window was inserted.
  7. Truro Diocesan Kalendar p 159. Heard & Sons, Truro (D/E/3/4, D/E/4/2) (no date given, probably during 1886); reports insertion of South aisle 2, South aisle 3, North aisle 2, North aisle 3. Describes location of this window as North Transept.