Probus, St Probus and St Grace

n2. North Chapel east

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

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
5
Maker
Clayton & Bell
Main subject
2a. St Grace 2b. St Paul 2c. Blessed Virgin Mary and infant Jesus 2d. St Peter 2e. St Probus
1a. King Athelstan 1b. Paul on Mars’ Hill in front of the altar of the unknown God 1c. Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary 1d. Christ’s commission to Peter: “Feed my sheep” 1e. St Cornelius
Tracery subject
B1. St Neot
B2. Seraph
B3. Seraph
B4. St Petroc
A1. St Columb (Columba)
A2. St Cohan
A3. St Breaca
A4. St Cuby
A5. St Carantoc
A6. St Germoe
Donor
Mrs Hawkins, widow of CHT Hawkins of Trewithen
Dedicatee
  1. Sir Christopher Hawkins of Trewithen, uncle of CHT Hawkins
  2. John Hawkins of Bignor Park, Sussex, father of CHT Hawkins
  3. Christopher Henry Thomas Hawkins of Lanprobus
Notes
  1. Offer of window, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 7.
  2. Window to be filled with stained glass during restoration, Cornish Guardian p 8.
  3. Donor, dedicatees, maker, subjects Western Morning News p 7.
  4. TDC 1906, 162 - 22/12/1904.
  5. TDM 1905 : 14, 294, consequence of extension to South Aisle east.
  6. Repairs to damage of left-most light April 2010.

To the glory of God, and in memory of Sir Christopher Hawkins, Baronet, of Trewithen; John Hawkins, Esquire, of Bignor Park, Sussex; and Christopher Henry Thomas Hawkins, for 14 years Squire of Lanprobus (inscription below window)

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Tracery

B1. St Neot, holding a bowl
B2, B3. Seraphim
B4. St Petroc, with a stag.
A1. St Columb (Columba), holding a model of a church
A2. St Cohan, dressed as a bishop
A3. St Breaca
A4. St Cuby, dressed as a bishop
A5. St Carantoc, dressed as a bishop, holding a model of a church
A6. St Germoe, dressed as a bishop and holding a crown.

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Sancta Gratia

2a. St Grace, one of the patronal saints of the church

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1a. King Athelstan, the reputed founder of the Collegiate Church at Probus, seated on a throne holding a sceptre and a model of the church.

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Sanctus Paulus

2b. St Paul, holding a book and a sword, the instrument of his martyrdom

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1b. Paul preaching on Mars’ Hill.

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Sancta Maria Virgo

2c. The Blessed Virgin Mary holding the infant Jesus

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1c. The Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary.

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Sanctus Petrus

2d. St Peter, holding a book and the gold and silver keys

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1d. Christ’s commission to Peter: Feed my lambs, feed my sheep (John 21:15–16).

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Sanctus Probus

2e. St Probus, one of the patronal saints of the church holding a book and a staff

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1e. St Cornelius, the patronal saint of the daughter church of Cornelly, shown as Pope, wearing the papal triple crown and holding the papal staff and martyr’s palm frond.

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