The four windows along this aisle were given H Wrightson Esq. in memory of those who gave their lives in the Great War. All four windows were made by Heaton Butler and Bayne of London.
East Window of church: A view of the Crucifixion,
Dedication: To the Glory of God and to the dear and honoured memory of George Goodall, late Royal Engineers 7th Dragoon Guards born 1840, died 1913. This window is erected by his widow Charlotte Rosalie Goodall.
East wall of the Chapel: The Presentation of Our Lord. Originally in the East Wall of the North Aisle, moved when the Chapel was completed.
Dedication: To the Glory of God and to the beloved memory of Henry Richard Julius for 40 Years Vicar of this Parish who died 27th Mar 1891. Also of Mary Ann, his wife, who died 27 Mar 1892. Heirs together of the Grace of Life
North Wall of the Chapel: St Michael
Dedication: To the Glory of God and in Loving Memory of 2nd Lieut. Harold Charles Keable, 8th Service Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment, younger and dearly loved son of Charles Henry Keable, Vicar of this Parish and Constance May his wife. Who gave his life at the Battle of Loos, Sept 25 1915 Aged 26 years. This Chapel is given by his parents and brother.
North Wall of the Sanctuary: The annunciation
Two individual lights : St John and St Peter
Dedication: To the Glory of God and in affectionate memory of her beloved husband, John Kincaid of 8 Elm Park Gardens, eldest son of the late Thomas Kincaid of Glasgow, died 17th September 1900 created by his widow, Louise Elizabeth, only daughter of the late General Edward Pole Colonel XII Lancers and Fanny his wife. 1901.
South Wall of the Sanctuary: two lights representing St. Andrew
Dedication: To the Glory of God And in pious memory of Owen F L Ward. Captain of Foot and of Annie Alice, his wife, placed by their son The Revd. Stanhope Ward. To the Glory of God and to the memory of James Ward of Willey Place [grandfather], a munificent contributor to the building fund of the Church.
South Aisle: Christ the Good Shepherd
Dedication: To the Glory of God and in Loving memory of General Edward Pole, youngest son of Sir Peter Pole, Bart. died 3 Feb 1859. Created by his son Major PVL Pole.
South Aisle: one light representing Moses, the other St Luke
Dedication: Giving thanks to God always for the memory of my beloved husband, George Frederick Roumieu M.D. Barrister of Law, Died 14th November 1942. Aged 61.
South Aisle: Christ blessing the children
Dedication: To the Glory of God and in Memory of Henry John Snelling a Faithful Servant of the Parish as Lay Reader and Priest for 54 years 1877-1931 Erected by Parishioners and Friends
Three lights illustrating respectively, David and Goliath, The Ascension of our Lord and the Sacrifice of Isaac.
Dedication: To the Glory of God and to the sacred memory of an only son 2nd Lieutenant Wilson Charles Trimmer, 1st Bucks Territorial Battalion, Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry. Born Sep 19th 1896 fell in action near Pozieres 21 July 1916 And I will give them a Crown of Life.
In addition to the main window there is a small circular window, above the main lights, which shows the regimental arms of William Trimmer’s regiment, the Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry.
Windows inside organ loft
West wall: Two lights – Jesus, Mary and John
Dedication: To the glory of God and in memory of Ellen, the beloved wife of John Wilton of Wrecclesham Grange. Born 8th October 1829. Died 10th January 1900
North Wall: Two lights – Angel of the Expulsion and The Guardian Angel
Dedication: In memory of those who fell in the Air Force.