St Dominick, St Dominica

North Chapel east

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

Date of manufacture and insertion
1895
Number of lights
3
Maker
Fouracre & Son
Main subject
Suffer little children
Tracery subject
Rose : arms and crest of dedicatee : two inscriptions
Subject type
Narrative
Donor
Parishioners and friends
Dedicatee
Revd Canon Richard Hugh Keats Buck, rector of St Dominick , died .
Design
Suffer Little Children (audience left)(Left-hand light. Suffer Little Children (73C7224))
  1. 1885. Lydford, St Petrock, South aisle east. Left-hand lght. Suffer Little Children (73C7224).
  2. 1887. Dewsbury, All Saints, Chancel south. Lower left-hand light. Suffer Little Children (73C7224).
  3. 1887. Kingsbridge, St Edmund, King and Martyr, South aisle. Left-hand lght. Suffer Little Children (73C7224).
  4. 1891. Lanivet, St Nevet, South aisle west. Left-hand light. Suffer Little Children (73C7224).
Suffer Little Children (Christ)(Centre light. Suffer Little Children (73C7224))
  1. 1885. Lydford, St Petrock, South aisle east. Right-hand light. Suffer Little Children (73C7224).
  2. 1887. Dewsbury, All Saints, Chancel south. Lower centre light. Suffer Little Children (73C7224).
  3. 1887. Kingsbridge, St Edmund, King and Martyr, South aisle. Centre lght. Suffer Little Children (73C7224).
  4. 1891. Lanivet, St Nevet, South aisle west. Centre light. Suffer Little Children (73C7224).
Suffer Little Children (audience right)(Right-hand light. Suffer Little Children (73C7224))
  1. 1887. Dewsbury, All Saints, Chancel south. Lower right-hand light. Suffer Little Children (73C7224).
  2. 1887. Kingsbridge, St Edmund, King and Martyr, South aisle. Right-hand lght. Suffer Little Children (73C7224).
  3. 1891. Lanivet, St Nevet, South aisle west. Right-hand light. Suffer Little Children (73C7224).
Notes
  1. Death of dedicatee, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 8, Western Morning News p 5, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 3.
  2. Window to be unveiled , Western Morning News p 4.
  3. Maker, subject, dedicatee, Western Daily Mercury p 3, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 3.
  4. Image of window.
  5. Arms of Buck are per fess wavy argent and sable three bucks’ attires fixed to the scalp, counterchanged (Burke, Bernard, The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, p 140. , London, Harrison & Sons), Arms of Stucley are azure three pears pendant or (Burke , op. cit., p 984), Crest of Buck is between a buck’s attire fixed to the scalp, a lion rampant holding over the left shoulder a battle-axe, all proper (Burke , op. cit., p 140) Grant of arms to George Stucley Buck.