Isles of Scilly: Hughtown, St Mary

North aisle 1

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Listed in the Imperial War Museum’s Register of War Memorials, reference 35507.

Date of manufacture and insertion
1919
Number of lights
1
Maker
Fouracre & Son?
Main subject
St George
Subject type
Figurative historical
Donor
Eldred Wilks Banfield and Ellen Harvey Banfield of Holy Vale, parents of dedicatees
Dedicatee
  1. Pte Eldred Cole Banfield, London Scottish Regiment, reported missing at Messines, Flanders, aged 19
  2. Lt Cyril Barnet Banfield, Royal Flying Corps, reported missing on the St Quentin front
Notes
  1. TDF 20/8/1919.
  2. Image of window.
  3. Maker from stylistic similarity to North aisle 2.
  4. Style also similar to South aisle 1

S·George

To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Eldred Cole Banfield, private, London Scottish, aged 19 years reported missing at Messines on ; also Cyril Barnet Banfield, Lieut., Royal Flying Corps, reported missing , on the St Quentin Front. This window was erected by their parents Eldred Wilks and Ellen Harvey Banfield of Holy Vale

St George holds, in his right hand, a spear with which he has killed the dragon at his feet.