North aisle north

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
a. Lilies of the field (Christ’s Sermon on the Mount)
b. Christ as the Good Shepherd
Tracery subject
David playing harp
Brothers and sisters of dedicatees, i.e., children of Hon George Matthew and Lady Louisa Elizabeth Fortescue.
  1. Louisa Susan Anne Moore, née Fortescue, wife of William Westby Moore and eldest child of Hon GM and Lady Louisa Fortescue, died , London
  2. Hugh Granville Fortescue, died .
  1. *Insertion=earlier deathdate.
  2. Polsue, published in 1867 (J Polsue, A Complete Parochial History of the County of Cornwall, vol I p 72. William Lake, Truro, ), says that all the windows, excepting those of the south front, are of ornamented and stained glass. This implies that stained glass was inserted in North aisle north by then, so perhaps this window was originally a memorial to Louisa Susan Anne Moore only, who died in , and then the dedication to her brother Hugh Granville Fortescue, who died in , was added later. On the other hand, neither North aisle west nor North aisle east could have been inserted in its present form by then.
  3. Kelly’s Directory p 821, Kelly’s Directory p 1036.
  4. Death of Louisa Susan Anne Moore Catholic Telegraph p 6.
  5. The east window of the church of St Anne, Dropmore, near Maidenhead, which was founded by Hon GM Fortescue, is dedicated to Louisa Susan Anne Moore, his eldest child, and Baroness Anne Grenville, the sister-in-law of his mother Hester Fortescue, through whom the inheritance of the Boconnoc estate passed from the Pitt family to the Fortescue family Royal Cornwall Gazette p 8.
  6. Death of Hugh Granville Fortescue Cornish Telegraph p 3.

To the glory of GOD and the loved memories of Louisa Susan Anne wife of W·W Moore born died . And of Hugh Granville born died·. Children of the Honorable G·M and Lady L·Fortescue. This window is dedicated by their brothers and sisters (inscription below the window)

Tracery: David, crowned and playing a harp.

Consider the lilies of the field (Matthew 6:28).

a. From the Sermon on the Mount.

I will fear no evil for Thou art with me (Psalms 23:4).

b. Christ as the Good Shepherd.