Halsetown, St John’s-in-the-Fields

e1. Chancel east

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

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
3
Maker
Jennings, J, 96 Clapham Rd, London
Main subject
4b. Angel holding banner
3a. Angels playing musical instruments 3b. Angels holding crown 3c. Angels playing musical instruments
2a. Blessed Virgin Mary 2b. Christ as Salvator Mundi 2c. St John the Evangelist
1a. Angel in adoration 1b. Blessed Virgin Mary and infant Jesus 1c. Angel in adoration
Donor
  1. Mrs Florence Ellen Dow, née Cox, daughter of William Cox, widow of Robert Hope Pilcher, wife of Thomas Millie Dow (artist)
  2. Revd Richard Edward Griffin, vicar of Halsetown, second son of Richard William Waudby Griffin
Dedicatee
  1. William Cox of Snaigow and Foggyley, Forfarshire, partner in Cox Brothers Ltd., jute manufacturers, died aged 82
  2. Richard William Waudby Griffin, MD, died aged 45
Notes
  1. Death of Richard William Waudby Griffin, Hampshire Advertiser p 4.
  2. Richard Edward Griffin, son of Richard William Waudby Griffin, Alumni Oxonienses, Vol II, p 566, .
  3. Death of William Cox, Dundee Courier p 3, Aberdeen Press and Journal p 5.
  4. Offer, by anonymous donor, of east window, Cornish Telegraph p 4.
  5. To be unveiled on , Cornishman p 5.
  6. Unveiled Cornish Telegraph p 5, Cornishman p 4, Cornishman p 7.
  7. TDM 1903 : 112.
  8. Truro Diocesan Faculty to insert Stained Glass in East Window; and to place a Brass Tablet on North Wall of Chancel in memory of William Cox Truro Diocesan Kalendar p 159 (). Heard & Sons, Truro (D/E/3/11, D/E/4/6, TCM/1257/4).
  9. Unveiling of East Window, erected by Mrs. T. Millie Dow, in memory of her father: £450. Truro Diocesan Kalendar p 162 (). Heard & Sons, Truro (D/E/3/11, D/E/4/6, TCM/1257/4).
  10. Truro Diocesan Faculty to place an inscription on the glass of the Chancel East Window to the memory of the late R.W.W. Griffin, Esq, Truro Diocesan Kalendar p 159 (). Heard & Sons, Truro (D/E/3/11, D/E/4/6, TCM/1257/4). This may refer to the passage from the Te Deum between the main scenes and the predellas, or the TDK entry may be conflated with the insertion of North aisle east in memory of Richard William Waudby Griffin.
  11. Manufacturer from similarity to other signed windows.
  12. Kelly’s Directory p 140 states donor was Mrs Florence Ellen Dow, dedicatee Mr William Fox [sic] of Foggyley.

Heaven and earth are full of the majesty of thy glory (from the Te Deum laudamus, Book of Common Prayer, )

2a. Blessed Virgin Mary

2b. Christ as Salvator Mundi (Saviour of the World)

2c. St John the Evangelist

TMD invenit JJ fecit (Thomas Millie Dow designed it John Jennings made it)

1a, 1c. Angel in adoration; possibly photographic likenesses.

1b. Blessed Virgin Mary and infant Jesus.