St Mabyn, St Mabena

s8. South aisle 3

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
Plain glass.
Tracery subject
Medieval foliate fragment in centre and 19th century heraldic shields (Castle with battleaxes : winged lion)
Capt FJ Hext of Tredethy, Revd George Hext, Mrs Horndon of Pencreber, children of Admiral and Mrs Barbara Hext.
  1. Admiral William Hext, died ,
  2. Barbara Hext, died , wife of Adml William Hext,
  3. Loveday Hext, died , daughter of Adml and Mrs Hext,
  4. Barbara Hext, died , daughter of Adml and Mrs Hext,
  1. Truro Diocesan Kalendar p 159. Heard & Sons, Truro (D/E/3/4, D/E/4/2) (no date given, probably 1886). Eight windows in S. aisle presented by Capt F.J. Hext, in memory of members of his family. East window in N. aisle presented by Messrs. Olver, of Trescowe, in memory of their parents.
  2. Insertion (one of eight windows placed in the south aisle at the same time by the same donor), donor Cornish & Devon Post p 3.
  3. Donors, dedicatees Royal Cornwall Gazette p 8.
  4. CintW 15/6/1889.
  5. Mattingly J, Swift MG, Pre-Dissolution stained glass in Cornwall—a gazetteer, St Mabyn, (originally published in Vidimus Vol 31, ).