Bodmin, St Petroc

South aisle 2

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Listed in the Imperial War Museum’s Register of War Memorials, reference 67560.

Date of manufacture and insertion
1891
Number of lights
4
Maker
Clayton & Bell
Main subject
2a. The Archangel Michael 2b. St Petroc 2c. St Piran 2d. Longinus the centurion
1a. St Michael contends with the devil 1b. St Petroc protects the stag 1c. St Piran preaching 1d. The Crucifixion, with the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mary Magdalene and Longinus under the cross
Tracery subject
A1. Badge of the 32nd (Cornwall Light Infantry) Regiment
A2. Badge of the 46th (South Devonshire) Regiment
B1. Arms of Duchy of Cornwall
Subject type
Figurative historical
Dedicatee
Officers and men of DCLI who lost their lives in the Egypt Campaign,
Notes
  1. Church included in C&B list c.1910.
  2. Kelly’s Directory p 1038 mentions two windows (this one and South aisle 1) erected in in memory of the officers and men of the DCLI who fell in the Zulu and Egyptian campaigns of and
  3. Same style as South aisle 1, South aisle 3.

In memory of Lieut: Colonel C.E. Le M Cherry, Major J.J.F.Grant, Lieutenants A. Morrison, J.T. Bowles, A.D. Homfray, five Sergeants and 93 Rank and File of the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry who lost their lives during the Egyptian campaigns and occupation Erected by the Officers N.C.Os and men of the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry

Tracery. Arms of the Duchy of Cornwall (B1) and the badges of the 32nd (Cornwall Light Infantry) Regiment (A1) and 46th (South Devonshire) Regiment (A2). The latter two merged to become the 1st and 2nd Battalions respectively of the DCLI.

S Michael S Petroc S Piran S Longinus

Main panels

The Lord rebuke thee (Jude 1:9)

1a. St Michael contends with the devil

Saint Petroc protects the stag

1b.

Saint Piran preaching

1c.

One of the soldiers [with a spear] pierced his side (John 19:34).

1d. The Crucifixion, with the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mary Magdalene and Longinus under the cross.