Fowey, St Fimbarrus

N3. North clerestory 3

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

Date of manufacture and insertion
1881
Number of lights
3
Maker
Fouracre & Watson
Main subject
SS Trillo (Teilo) : Ursula : Feock
Subject type
Figurative historical
Donor
“Public subscription”
Dedicatee
Revd Dr Edward Treffry
Notes
  1. Truro Diocesan Kalendar p 152 (). Heard & Sons, Truro.
  2. One of nine windows consecrated on St Andrew’s Day . Plaque on tower arch.
  3. Progress with the windows: Cornish Telegraph p 5, Western Daily Mercury p 2, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 4, Western Morning News p 3, Cornishman p 6, Cornishman p 7, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 7, Western Morning News p 3, Western Daily Mercury p 2, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 4, Western Daily Mercury p 3, Exeter and Plymouth Gazette Daily Telegrams p 2, Western Morning News p 2, Western Morning News p 4, Western Daily Mercury p 6, Western Daily Mercury p 3 (list of saints), Western Morning News p 4 (on show at studio before insertion), Western Daily Mercury p 3, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 7.
  4. Insertion, maker, dedicatee, unveiling ceremony: Western Morning News p 4, Western Daily Mercury p 2, Western Daily Mercury p 3 (mentions sale of old clerestory windows), Royal Cornwall Gazette p 6.
  5. Balance of £4 14s 11d after paying all expenses Royal Cornwall Gazette p 7.
  6. Description of window and saints Cornishman p 8

Sanctus Teilo, Sancta Ursula, Sanctus Feoch

St Teilo is shown dressed as Bishop of Landaff, with a mitre and crozier. St Ursula holds an arrow, with which she was killed. St Feock holds a harp, reference to his musical ability as a bard.

Sanctus Teilo, Sancta Ursula, Sanctus Feoch

St Teilo is shown dressed as Bishop of Landaff, with a mitre and crozier. St Ursula holds an arrow, with which she was killed. St Feock holds a harp, reference to his musical ability as a bard.

Sanctus Teilo, Sancta Ursula, Sanctus Feoch

St Teilo is shown dressed as Bishop of Landaff, with a mitre and crozier. St Ursula holds an arrow, with which she was killed. St Feock holds a harp, reference to his musical ability as a bard.