Fowey, St Fimbarrus

S3. South 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 Blasius : Ia : Sampson
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 (third in series of articles) Cornishman p 7

Sanctus Blazius, Sancta Ia, Sanctus Sampson

St Blasius is shown dressed as Bishop of Sebaste, in Cappadocia, and holding an iron comb, the instrument with which he was martyred. St Ia is shown holding a cross and a martyr’s palm frond. St Sampson is shown dressed as Bishop of Dol, in Brittany, and holding a bag on which is a cross.

Sanctus Blazius, Sancta Ia, Sanctus Sampson

St Blasius is shown dressed as Bishop of Sebaste, in Cappadocia, and holding an iron comb, the instrument with which he was martyred. St Ia is shown holding a cross and a martyr’s palm frond. St Sampson is shown dressed as Bishop of Dol, in Brittany, and holding a bag on which is a cross.

Sanctus Blazius, Sancta Ia, Sanctus Sampson

St Blasius is shown dressed as Bishop of Sebaste, in Cappadocia, and holding an iron comb, the instrument with which he was martyred. St Ia is shown holding a cross and a martyr’s palm frond. St Sampson is shown dressed as Bishop of Dol, in Brittany, and holding a bag on which is a cross.

Sanctus Blazius, Sancta Ia, Sanctus Sampson

St Blasius is shown dressed as Bishop of Sebaste, in Cappadocia, and holding an iron comb, the instrument with which he was martyred. St Ia is shown holding a cross and a martyr’s palm frond. St Sampson is shown dressed as Bishop of Dol, in Brittany, and holding a bag on which is a cross.

Sanctus Blazius

St Blasius is shown dressed as Bishop of Sebaste, in Cappadocia, and holding an iron comb, the instrument with which he was martyred.

Sancta Ia

St Ia is shown holding a cross and a martyr’s palm frond.

Sanctus Sampson

St Sampson is shown dressed as Bishop of Dol, in Brittany.

Sanctus Sampson

St Sampson is shown dressed as Bishop of Dol, in Brittany.