Carbis Bay, St Anta and All Saints

Porch west

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

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
Fulleylove, Joan
Main subject
Pilgrim travelling towards Heavenly Jerusalem, and praying at altar : Pilgrim praying : Crusader praying at roadside calvary leading to Heavenly Jerusalem
Revd Alfred Thornley, naturalist and former vicar, died , and Margaret (Marjorie) Keturah Fulleylove Thornley, sister of Joan Fulleylove, maker of the window
  1. Joan Fulleylove died (Find A Grave), a few days before Revd Thornley, so perhaps this window was to commemorate an earlier event such as a wedding anniversary?
  2. Death of Revd Alfred Thornley Nottingham Journal p 3.
  3. Maker’s mark (“artist and maker”).
  4. Margaret Thornley called herself a Pilgrim of St Michael (Devon Dowsers) to which the subjects in the window may refer.