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

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
Not known
Main subject
Christ stilling the waves : Crucifixion : Resurrection
Tracery subject
Agnus Dei and Dove
The Parishioners of Boconnoc and Braddock with others
George Grenville Fortescue, died .
  1. Eldest son of Hon George Matthew and Lady Louisa Elizabeth Fortescue, died in a yachting accident in 1856.
  2. * Insertion=deathdate.
  3. Severe paint loss.
  4. Kelly’s Directory p 821, Kelly’s Directory p 1036.
  5. Death of dedicatee Royal Cornwall Gazette p 4.

Beside the window is a plaque on which is written

To the Glory of GOD and the beloved memory of George Grenville Fortescue Esquire eldest son of the Honorable George Matthew Fortescue and Lady Louisa Elizabeth his Wife who died aged 21 Years by a fall from the rigging of the Fancy Yacht when cruizing in the Mediterranean and was buried in the Cemetery at Algiers The Parishioners of Boconnoc and Braddock with others have dedicated this Window

Tracery. At the left and right are IHC monograms, with the Agnus Dei and Dove in between.

Left-hand light. Christ stilling the waves. This is probably an allusion to circumstances of the dedicatee’s death, at sea in a yachting accident.

Centre light. The Crucifixion. The figures are somewhat faded, but on the left in blue is probably the Blessed Virgin Mary, with Mary Magdalene kneeling and the disciple John on the right.

Right-hand light. The Resurrection. Christ rises from the tomb, and below Him are the frightened Roman soldiers who were guarding the it.