Lamorran, St Moren

South transept south

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

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
Willement, Thomas
Main subject
Peter : Christ : Paul above angels and cherubs with musical instruments
Tracery subject
ihs above two inscribed scrolls
Anne Frances, Countess Falmouth, daughter of Henry Bankes, MP, wife of Edward, 1st Earl of Falmouth and 4th Viscount Falmouth, died .
  1. Maker’s mark.
  2. Insertion=very similar to St Michael Penkevil, North transept east.
  3. Death of donor, Illustrated London News p 17.
  4. J Polsue, A Complete Parochial History of the County of Cornwall, vol Ⅱ p 388. William Lake, Truro, - boldly designed.
  5. Kelly’s Directory p 783 implies that dedicatee was probably George Henry Boscawen, 2nd Earl of Falmouth and 5th Viscount Falmouth, the son of the donor, died , the same dedicatee as Chancel east, in which case this window would have the same donor, dedicatee and maker as St Michael Penkevil, North transept east.
  6. Damage to left tracery.

Till Angels wake thee with a Note like thine (Samuel Johnson, quoted in James Boswell, The Life of Samuel Johnson, p  40, London, 1830, John Sharpe).

Whole window

Thou, O Lord, remainest for ever; thy throne from generation to generation. (Lamentations 5:19).

Left-hand tracery light.

Left-hand light: St Peter, holding the keys. Centre light, Christ holding an open book in which is written Ego sum resurrectio et vita (I am the resurrection and the life) (John 11:25). Right-hand light: St Paul holding a sword.

Angels playing musical instruments.

Around the trumpets at the bottom of the left-hand light is a scroll on which is written [qui reddent rationem ei qui] paratus est iudicare [vivos et] mortuos ([Who shall give account to] him that is ready to judge [the quick and] the dead) (Ⅰ Peter 4:5). Around the trumpets at the bottom of the right-hand light is a scroll on which is written Canet enim tuba et mortui re[surgent incorruptibiles] (For the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised [incorruptible]) (Ⅰ Corinthians 15:52).