Fowey, St Fimbarrus

South aisle 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
4
Maker
Gibbs, Charles A
Main subject
Matthew : Mark : Luke : John over two sets of arms, both with motto Whyle God Wyll
Tracery subject
Central angel : pairs of angels holding crown left and right
Donor
Revd Dr Edward John Treffry, Wilcocks.
Dedicatee
  1. Revd Edward Wilcocks, father of the donor.
  2. Jane Treffry Wilcocks, née Dormer, mother of the donor.
  3. Edward Treffry Wilcocks, son of the donor, died in childhood .
  4. Susanna Ann Austen, née Treffry, mother of Joseph Thomas Treffry ( Austen) died , mother of Joseph Thomas Treffry, cousin of donor.
  5. Joseph Thomas Treffry, Austen died , son of Susanna Ann Austen, cousin of donor, from whom donor inherited Place, Fowey on condition that he changed his surname from Wilcocks to Treffry.
Notes
  1. Marriage of Edward Wilcocks to Jane Treffry Dormer Exeter Flying Post p 4, Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette p 4.
  2. Death of Susanna Ann Austen, Sherborne Mercury p 4.
  3. Death of Edward Treffry Wilcocks, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 3.
  4. Death of Joseph Thomas Treffry, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 5.
  5. Maker’s mark.
  6. Donor, dedicatees, insertion, Cornish Telegraph p 4 West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser p 11. Four windows inserted: South aisle east, South aisle 2 and probably South aisle 1 and South aisle 3.
  7. Death of donor , Cornubian and Redruth Times p 4.
  8. Obituary of donor Royal Cornwall Gazette p 4.
  9. Arms of Treffry are sable, a chevron between three trees eradicated argent (Burke, Bernard, The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, p 1026. , London, Harrison & Sons).
  10. Whyle God Wyll or Dum deo placuerit is probably the motto of the Treffry family; it appears in the porch at Place (Wallis, Revd John, The Cornwall Register, p 434, 1847, Bodmin, Liddell and Son).