Paul, St Paulinus (St Pol de Léon)

Chancel east

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Listed in the Imperial War Museum’s Register of War Memorials, reference 33593.

Date of manufacture and insertion
1918
Number of lights
5
Maker
Anning Bell, Robert
Main subject
Sir Galahad as Ist W.W. victim with angels in centre lights. Symbols of Battles of Ypres and Hooge at side and above.
Tracery subject
Eight angels playing musical instruments and two praying.
Dedicatee
Lieut William Torquill Macleod Bolitho and 1st. WW memorial.
Notes
  1. Maker’s mark.
  2. TDF 27/3/1918.
  3. MG Swift The Bolitho war memorial window at St Pol de Léon Parish Church, Paul, Cornwall.
  4. Next to the window is a plaque recording the names of other family members and members of the parish who died at sea. The plaque was made by Peter Wylie Davidson, whose name is in the bottom right-hand corner and who was a contemporary of Robert Anning Bell, the maker of the window, at the Glasgow School of Art.