Porthpean, St Levan

Nave north 1

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

Listed in the Imperial War Museum’s Register of War Memorials, reference 66808.

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
Clayton & Bell
Main subject
2. Regimental badge of the Coldstream Guards
1. David
Subject type
Figurative historical
Lt Richard Charles Graves-Sawle, Coldstream Guards, only son of Rear Adml Sir Charles John Graves-Sawle (4th Baronet), killed in action at Ypres,
  1. Photographs of dedicatee.
  2. Woodhouse, Harry. Porthpean Church & Village, p 23. Cornish Hillside Publications on behalf of St Levan’s Church, Porthpean, Cornwall, UK, .
  3. Manufacturer from similarity to other WW1 memorial windows in this church
  4. One of four windows in this church in memory of the same dedicatee, the others being Chancel south, West, Chancel north.

King David

The battle is the Lord’s (Ⅰ Samuel 17:47).

To the dear memory of Richard Charles Graves-Sawle Lieut: Coldtream Guards killed in action at Ypres