Botus Fleming, St Mary

North aisle east (vestry)

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

Listed in the Imperial War Museum’s Register of War Memorials, reference 96149.

Date of manufacture and insertion
Number of lights
Taylor, WG
Main subject
Christ with Roman centurion and soldiers
County of Cornwall
General Sir William Penn Symons, died of wounds received three days earlier at the Battle of Glencoe (Talana Hill).
  1. Death of dedicatee, Globe p 7.
  2. To be inserted / unveiled on , Western Times p 2, West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser p 7, Weston Mercury p 11
  3. Insertion, dedicatee, maker not given (It is the work of a London firm), Western Morning News p 5, Lake’s Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser p 5, Cornish Telegraph p 4, Cornubian and Redruth Times p 7
  4. Truro Diocesan Kalendar p 166 (). Heard & Sons, Truro (D/E/3/10, D/E/4/5). The Earl of St. Germans unveiled the County Memorial to General Sir W. Penn Symons, which was dedicated by the Bishop. The Memorial was a painted Window at the east end of the North Aisle: Subject—Christ and the Roman Centurion: I am a man under authority, having soldiers under me. … Mr. W.G. Taylor, 4, Berners St., London, executed the Memorial.
  5. Maker, The Builder, Vol LXXIX, , p 348.
  6. Kelly’s Directory p 44.
  7. Mentioned in Western Morning News p 6