Truro, Cathedral Church of St Mary

n22. North nave aisle 1

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

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
1
Maker
Clayton & Bell
Main subject
St Theodore of Tarsus : SS Aidan and Wilfrid of York : Council of Hatfield A.D.680
Donor
Kenneth H James, grandson of dedicatees.
Dedicatee
Walter James, died and Ursula Lavin James, died
Notes
  1. Death of Ursula James Royal Cornwall Gazette p 2.
  2. Death of Walter James Cornish Telegraph p 3.
  3. Insertion, donor, dedicatees, description of window and subjects Royal Cornwall Gazette p 7.
  4. Donor, dedicatees, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 7. Also funds to fill two other lights.
  5. Truro Cathedral Chapter Minutes TCM/1135 . Does this refer to this window?

class="inscription" title="To the glory of God and in memory of Walter James born at Merther 1757, died at Landport Portsmouth 1851. Also of Ursula Lavin his wife. Grandaughter of Reginald Hawkes of Killiow born at Old Kea 1765, died in this city 1822">TO·THE·GLORY·OF·GOD·AND·IN·MEMORY·OF·WALTER·JAMES·BORN·AT·MERTHER·1757 DIED·AT·LANDPORT·PORTSMOUTH·1851·ALSO·OF·URSULA·LAVIN·HIS·WIFE.·GRANDAUGHTER· OF·REGINALD·HAWKES·OF·KILLIOW·BORN·AT·OLD·KEA·1765,·DIED·IN·THIS·CITY·1822

n22.

n22 2 upper. Theodore is represented in pontifical robes, with a crimson cope and dark blue tunicle, holding in his right hand the Primatial cross, and an organ in the left; emblems typical of his authority in restoring ecclesiastical unity in England and of the introduction of the Western form of Church music.

AIDAN THEODORE WILFRID

n22 2 lower. Aidan is clothed in dark monastic dress; his head shows the Celtic tonsure, by his side is a hart, the emblem of ascetic solitude; in one hand he holds a book. Wilfrid is dressed in full episcopal vestments, with mitre, and he holds in his hands a book and the Pall, symobolic of his appeal to Rome, and readiness to accept the Papal jurisdiction.

ECCA̅M ANGLICANAM THEODORUS APUD HAETFELD ADUNAT (Theodore unites the English Church at Hatfield).

n22 1. Theodore presides at the council of Hatfield.