Melbourne, Cathedral Church of St Paul

n14. North nave aisle 7

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

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
Clayton & Bell
Main subject
The warder and his family are baptised by Paul and Silas
Tracery subject
Angel holding palm fronds
Subject type
Sarah Highett, née Moore, of Highton, widow of John Highett, died , lost at sea
  1. Collision on of British Commerce, bound from London to Melbourne, with of County of Aberdeen in English Channel, The Argus, p 12 (no passengers on board), Cornishman p 7, Shipping and Mercantile Gazette p 2 (two stowaways). No evidence that Sarah Highett was involved, but might explain inscription lost at sea and absence of record of death in Australia.
  2. Application for probate of will of dedicatee, The Argus, p 8
  3. Probate granted for will (£2758) of dedicatee, The Advocate, p 11

When they had laid many stripes upon them, they cast them into prison (Acts 16:23).

To the memory of Sarah Highett of Highton who died at sea

The warder and his family are baptised by Paul and Silas

Photograph copyright © Dorothea Rowse.