The window is high on the north wall of St. Thomas's Chapel (see Cathedral Plan).

Memorial to Stephen and Sir Stephen Gaselee
Further Information

This window is the only one of four that survived World War 2. They were given to the church by Stephen Gaselee in memory of his father and grandfather, both also named Stephen. Their names do not appear on the surviving window but may have done on those lost.
The earliest of the three Stephen Gaselees was an eminent surgeon and alderman who served as mayor in 1797 and 1802. His son Sir Stephen Gaselee was a Judge of the Common Court of Pleas who was caricatured by Charles Dickens as Mr. Justice Stareleigh in Pickwick Papers. The last of the three, who died in 1883 served as MP for Portsmouth in 1865. He instituted a scholarship at the Grammar School.
There are two further plaques to Stephen and Sir Stephen Gaselee in the Gallery.