Boconnoc

s6. South aisle 1

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Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
3
Maker
Burlison & Grylls
Main subject
Sermon on the Mount : Crucifixion : Widow of Nain.
Tracery subject
Two angels holding scrolls and a rose
Donor
Children and grandchildren of dedicatee
Dedicatee
Lady Louisa Elizabeth Fortescue, née Ryder, died .
Notes
  1. Royal Cornwall Gazette p 3 gives subjects as Instructing the ignorant, Praying for others, Comforting the afflicted.
  2. Maker from Truro Diocesan Kalendar p 164 (). Heard & Sons, Truro (D/E/3/10, D/E/4/5) - three windows, the others being South aisle 2, South aisle 3, cost £341
  3. Death of dedicatee and list of her children: Royal Cornwall Gazette p 4

The first window in memory of Lady Louisa Elizabeth Fortescue.

THEY THAT TURN MANY TO RIGHTEOUSNESS SHALL SHINE AS THE STARS (Daniel 12:3).

Tracery: at the top a rose surrounded by acanthus leaves, and below two angels holding scrolls. The right-hand angel has a headband on which there is a small cross, which matches a similar one on the left-hand angel in the tracery of South aisle 3. Both angels in the tracery of South aisle 2 also have crosses, but of a slightly different design.

He opened his mouth and taught them. (Matthew 5:2).

Left-hand light: the Sermon on the Mount.

Father forgive them. (Luke 23:34).

Centre light: the Crucifixion.

Weep not. (Luke 7:13).

Right-hand light: the widow of Nain.