For this church:
The centre light in the east window is filled with stained glass. The apex depicts a pelican with her young, below which there is a picture of the Crucifixion with St John and St Mary standing on either side of the cross. In the lower compartment, the brazen serpent is represented as raised on the cross in the wilderness and our Lord as teaching the lesson of St John 3.14. At the foot of this compartment is the following inscription:
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF
‘At a recent restoration the stained glass was inserted in the centre light of the east window in memory of the founder of the college’ (AAS XXII 1896 p333)
Torre says that in the C14 the arms of England and the Spencers were in the north window. All the windows are now plain glass except for the centre light in the east window.