Edmund Nicholas Prideaux-Brune- Window

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Reference WMO/282736


St Petroc's Church

Church Street


PL28 8DG


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Stained glass window
  • Glass Stained Glass
Lettering: Painted
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Four-light stained glass window with a figure in each light each representing each of the armed forces first light: St Nicholas, patron saint of the Navy, wearing full episcopal vestments. He holds the symbol of a ship in his hand. Small angelic figure is above with ashiled on which are the arms of St Nicholas. A border of seaweed appears around the top of the light second light: St George, patron of the Army, in full armour and carrying his banner and sword. The angel above him holds a shield on which are the arms of the diocese of Truro and below is the badge of the Rifle Brigade. English rose border third light: St Michael, patron of the Air Force, with the flaming sword. He holds the enchained dragon and emblem of the scales is on the shield. The angel above him has the arms of the province on his shield and border is formed by Michaelmas Daisies fourth light: St Edmund, king and martyr, holding a quiver of arrows. Above him are the arms of St Edmond and an angel with the arms of the Duchy of Cornwall. Border of oak leaves
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