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s8. South aisle 3

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Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
3
Maker
Burlison & Grylls
Main subject
Feeding of the 5000 : Crucifixion : Promise to Centurion to heal his servant
Tracery subject
Two angels with inscription 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 Feeding the hungry, Providing for the fatherless and widows, Visiting the sick.
  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 1, South aisle 2, cost £341
  3. Death of dedicatee and list of her children: Royal Cornwall Gazette p 4

The third window in memory of Lady Louisa Elizabeth Fortescue.

INASMUCH AS YE HAVE DONE IT UNTO ONE OF THE LEAST OF THESE MY BRETHREN YE HAVE DONE IT UNTO ME (Matthew 25:40).

Tracery: at the top a rose surrounded by acanthus leaves, and below two angels holding scrolls. The left-hand angel has a headband on which there is a small cross, which matches a similar one on the right-hand angel in the tracery of South aisle 1, Both angels in the tracery of South aisle 2 also have crosses, but of a slightly different design.

GIVE YE THEM TO EAT. (Matthew 14:16).

Feeding the five thousand: the miracle of the loaves and fishes.

WOMAN BEHOLD THY SON. (John 19:26).

The Crucifixion, with the Blessed Virgin Mary and the disciple John standing by the cross.

I WILL COME AND HEAL HIM (Matthew 8:7).

Healing the centurion’s servant. The centurion kneels before Jesus, asking Him to heal his servant.