St Ives, St Ia the Virgin

e1. Chancel 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
Not known
Main subject
St Peter : Christ in Majesty : St Andrew
  1. Henry Lewis Stephens of Tregenna Castle, son of Samuel Stephens and Betty Stephens,
  2. Sarah Maria Davy, née Stephens, daughter of Samuel Stephens and Betty Stephens, wife of Revd Charles William Davy, died .
  1. Betty Wallis, widow of Samuel Wallis, Captain and Commissioner of Royal Navy, maternal grandmother of donors, died ,
  2. Samuel Stephens of Tregenna Castle, father of donors, died ,
  3. Betty Stephens, only daughter and heiress of Samuel Wallis, commissioner, RN, mother of donors, died ,
  4. Samuel Wallis Stephens, eldest son of Samuel Stephens of Tregenna Castle, brother of donors, died .
  1. Death of Betty Wallis Royal Cornwall Gazette p 3.
  2. Death of Samuel Stephens Royal Cornwall Gazette p 3.
  3. Death of Samuel Wallis Stephens Royal Cornwall Gazette p 3.
  4. Death of Betty Stephens Royal Cornwall Gazette p 3.
  5. Shortly to be restored and filled with stained glass.. Royal Cornwall Gazette p 5.
  6. Donor and dedicatees from J Polsue, A Complete Parochial History of the County of Cornwall, vol II p 254. William Lake, Truro, .
  7. Death of Sarah Maria Davy, donor London Evening Standard p 1.
  8. Kelly’s Directory p 901 dedicatees several members of the family of Stephens of Tregenna .
  9. Suggestion that window may have come from Italy, Cornish Telegraph p 6, Cornish Telegraph p 8.
  10. Subjects, donors, insertion from Matthews, John Hobson. A History of the Parishes of Saint Ives, Lelant, Towednack and Zennor in the County of Cornwall, pp 71–74. , London, Elliot Stock.
  11. Window destroyed in explosion at Hayle Dynamite Works on , Royal Cornwall Gazette p 4 and replaced with the present Chancel east.
  12. Those of us who remember the window can only be grateful for the explosion at the Hayle dynamite works, January, 1904, that blew in a great part of this window, and can only regret that its effects did not extend further and destroy also some other glass in this and the neighbour church of Lelant. Peter, Thurstan C, Notes on the Church of St Ives, Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, Volume XVI () p 262, 1906, Truro, Oscar Blackford.
  13. Jenkins, Helen JR, History of St Ives Parish Church, p 25. St Ives, Parochial Church Council, shows photo of 1866-97 dates.
  14. Drawing of window (in the V & A Museum, London), possibly the vidimus.