Lanhydrock, St Hyderoc

North aisle east

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 53001.

Date of manufacture and insertion
1918
Number of lights
3
Maker
Fouracre & Son (WD Snell, GH Fellowes Prynne)
Main subject
St Michael and All Angels.
2a. The Archangel Gabriel 2b. The Archangel Michael 2c. The Archangel Uriel
1a. The archangel Gabriel appears to Daniel 1b. Joshua encounters an angel 1c. The angel appears to Elijah on Mount Horeb
Tracery subject
Two angels holding texts
Subject type
Figurative allegorical
Donor
Members of all parties in the Mid-Cornwall constituency
Dedicatee
Capt Hon Thomas Charles Reginald “Tommy” Agar-Robartes, MP, Coldstream Guards, eldest son of the 6th Viscount Clifden, died in France.
Notes
  1. Death of dedicatee, Evening Dispatch p 3, Western Times p 4
  2. Truro Diocesan Faculty 28/4/1917.
  3. Insertion, donors, dedicatee, designer, manufacturer, subjects: Cornish Guardian p 7 (includes photo of window).
  4. TDM 1918 : 32.
  5. Same insertion, donors, dedicatee, designer, manufacturer as North aisle 1.
  6. Window by Heaton, Butler and Bayne in memory of Capt Thomas Agar-Robartes and his mother Mary, Viscountess Clifden, (IWM reference 69614) at St Andrew, Wimpole, Cambridgeshire. It was donated by Francis Gerald Agar-Robartes, younger brother of Thomas Agar-Robartes, who became 7th Viscount Clifden on the death of their father.

Whole window

His servants shall do Him service And they shall see His face (Revelation 22:3–4, English Revised Version).

Tracery. Angels holding scrolls.

Main panels. St Gabriel, holding a lily and a chalice. St Michael, holding scales and a sword. St Uriel holding a flaming sword and a book on which are written Alpha and Omega. Above them are other orders of angels.

1a. The archangel Gabriel appears to Daniel, typifying Prayer.

1b. The angel appears to Joshua, typifying Obedience.

1c. The angel appears to Elijah, typifying Divine Sustenance. Elijah holds a cup of water in his left hand and a loaf of bread in his right hand.