|The North Transept|
Both transepts have rose windows which are miniature versions based on windows in Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. The smaller windows in both transepts depict the symbols of the four evangelists.
On the north wall of the north transept is a bronze monument to the Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Ponsonby, Private Secretary and Equerry to Queen Victoria and Keeper of Her Majesty's Privy Purse and sometime Equerry to the Prince Consort. It is the work of Countess Feodora Gleichen, a great-niece of the Queen.
Three other monuments are of note.
One commemorates Lord Henry Seymour, of Norris Castle, who was the second son of the 1st Marquess of Hertford.
Two others commemorate members of the Arnold family. William Arnold, Collector of His Majesty's Customs', who died in 1801, was the Father of Thomas Arnold, the famous Headmaster of Rugby School. William's son, the Rev. Matthew Arnold, was a Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and a Forces Chaplain, who was drowned at the age of 35.
There are also several wall tablets here in memory of the Shedden family, who owned considerable property on the Island, as well as in Hampshire and Scotland.