Kilkhampton, St James the Great

North Chapel 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
Clayton & Bell
Main subject
Earl and Countess Grenville with four ancestors.
Mary-Anne Carteret
Grace, Countess Granville died 1744, Viscountess Carteret, widow of George first Baron Carteret, youngest daughter & coheiress of John Earl of Bath, Viscount Lansdowne, Baron Granville of Kilkhampton and Bideford; her heirs and descendants.
  1. Pair with South Chapel south 1 / South Chapel south 2.
  2. Western Morning News p 2, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 6 gives maker, insertion and says subject was genealogical descent of Granville family from John Granville, Earl of Bath, to the contemporary possessor of the Kilkhampton property.
  3. The Civil Engineer and Architect’s Journal Vol 23 p 287 (). W Kent & Co., London.
  4. Donor from J Polsue, A Complete Parochial History of the County of Cornwall, vol Ⅱ p 366. William Lake, Truro, , cites armorials - replaced *?
  5. Kelly’s Directory p 1146.
  6. Dew, Roderick. A History of the Parish and Church of Kilkhampton, p 17. Cornwall, Wells Gardner, Darton, =insertion.
  7. Partially hidden behind the organ.