St Austell, Holy Trinity

North aisle 1

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

Date of manufacture and insertion
1926
Number of lights
4
Maker
Fouracre & Son (WD Snell)
Main subject
St Luke above in prison : St Blaise above martyrdom (beheading) : St Samson above blessed by angel : St Barnabas above collecting taxes.
Tracery subject
Angel holding armorial and four angels with scrolls
Subject type
Figurative historical
Donor
William James Adams
Dedicatee
Dr Richard Frederick Stephens, died and family
Notes
  1. Death of Richard Frederick Stephens Western Morning News p 1.
  2. TDF 20/7/1926.
  3. NA1-3 all same style and manufacturer.
  4. Insertion, maker, dedicatee, Western Morning News p 6. Described maker as Mr. W.D. Snell, of the West of England Stained Glass Studio, Stonehouse, Plymouth.
  5. Insertion, donor, dedicatees, maker Western Morning News p 6 with photo on op cit p 8.
  6. Possibly a replacement for one of the (four?) earlier windows in Cathedral glass with painted meditations [sic, perhaps ‘medallions’?] in the north aisle by Fouracre Royal Cornwall Gazette p 7, donor Mr A Coode Royal Cornwall Gazette p 7, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 6.

In memory of members of the Stephens family of St Austell.

Tracery containing the arms of Stephens of Cornwall: per pale gules and azure a fess guttée d’eau between three eagles displayed or (Burke, 1884, p 968).

SS Luke and Blaise.

SS Samson and Barnabas.

First predella: St Luke in prison

Second predella: St Blaise about to be beheaded.

Third predella: St Samson being blessed by an angel.

Right-hand predella: St Barnabas collecting taxes.