Our next armorial window in King's College Chapel, Cambridge, was installed in memory of one of the Provosts of Kings College, Roger Goad.
Roger Goad (1538–1610) was an English academic theologian, Provost of King's College, Cambridge, and three times Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge.
He married Katharine, daughter of Richard Hill of London. Six sons were elected from Eton to King's, viz. Matthew, Thomas, Robert, Roger, Christopher, and Richard.
Here's a closer view of the heraldry in this window:
The date, 1610, above the shield is the year of his death.
The scroll beneath the shield gives us his name and office in Latin; the translation is: Roger Goad, Provost of this College.
The shield impales the arms of King's College (Azure three roses argent barbed and seeded or a chief per pale azure and gules charged on the dexter side with a fleur-de-lis and on the sinister with a lion passant gardant or) with his own arms (Gules a chevron or between three lions rampant double-queued argent).
The whole is surrounded by red roses, white roses, white lilies, and other flowers.
All in all, it's a beautiful display of heraldry.