Landulph, St Leonard and St Dilpe

South Chapel east

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

Date of manufacture and insertion
1913
Number of lights
3
Maker
Fouracre & Son
Main subject
Bishops Benson : Wilkinson : Gott above predella scenes of sowing and reaping.
Subject type
Figurative historical
Donor
Mary and Emma Barrett, daughters of William and Charity Barrett.
Dedicatee
William Barrett of Chenoweth Farm, Landulph, died , his wife Charity Collings Barrett, died , their son William Henry Barrett and daughter Elizabeth Ann Adams.
Notes
  1. Death of Charity Collings Barrett Cornishman p 8, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 5.
  2. Death of William Barrett, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 5.
  3. Predella scenes same design as St Stephen-by-Saltash North aisle 2 and South Hill North transept north, which also includes Bishop Benson.
  4. TDF 8/9/13. TDC 1914 : 255.
  5. TDM 1914 : 65.
  6. Barrett, 1999 : 51.

To the Glory of God, and in loving memory of our father William … Charity Collings our brother William Henry, and our sister Elizabeth Ann Adams this window is erected by Mary and Emma Barrett … Chenoweth in this Parish

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Bishops Benson, Wilkinson and Gott, the first three Bishops of Truro. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

Edward White Benson, D.D. First Bishop of the restored Cornish See to . Afterward 94th Archbishop of Canterbury.

Archbishop Benson holding, in his left hand, a model of Truro Cathedral and, in his right hand, a pastoral staff. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

Detail of Archishop Benson. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

George Howard Wilkinson, D.D. Second Bishop of Truro to . Afterward Bishop of St Andrews and Primus of Scotland.

Bishop Wilkinson, holding in his left hand a crozier and with his right hand raised in blessing. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

Detail of Bishop Wilkinson. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

John Gott, D.D. Third Bishop of Truro to , who dedicated this Church after restoration, .

Bishop Gott holds in his left hand a crozier and, in his right, a book. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

Detail of Bishop Gott. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

Detail of Bishop Gott. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

Left-hand predella: the parable of the sower. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

Centre predella: the harvest at Bethshemeth (Ⅰ Samuel 6:13). Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

Right-hand predella: Ruth. Photograph copyright © www.asnapintime.co.uk, used with permission of Ryan Smith.

St Stephen by Saltash North aisle 2, left-hand light. South Hill, St Sampson, North transept north left-hand predella. Landulph, St Leonard, South chapel east.

Left, the left-hand light of St Stephen-by-Saltash North aisle 2, centre, the left-hand predella of South Hill North transept north, right, the left-hand predella of Landulph, South chapel east, showing re-use of the design for the sower.

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