Arms of the college benefactors are displayed on the chapel ceiling.
A) College impaling Dalling (master)
B) Norwich impaling the Founder
C) Robert Goodknape fellow 1464
Sable a lion passant [Argent]. On a chief Azure two helmets Argent, on a canton Argent, a letter G Gules.
D) W. Spicer (Benefactor 1536 [3:109])
Sable a chevron Ermine between three towers Argent.
E) Norwich impaling Nykke
F) Laurence Moptyd Master of Ben'et College 1553-7
Gyronny Gules and Argent, on an inescutcheon Argent, a cinquefoil Azure.
G) College impaling Huke (Master 1512-1520)
H) See of Canterbury impaling Archbishop Simon of Sudbury d.1381
Canterbury: Azure, a crozier in pale Or, ensigned with a cross formee Argent surmounted by a pall of the last, edged and fringed of the second, charged with four crosses formee fitchee Sable. 
Sudbury: Argent, on a cross Azure, a letter M Argent crowned Or. [1 Gives Sudbury as 1375-1881 alias Tybold Bp of London Azure a talbot seiant and bordure engrailed Argent, - in a window at Trinity Hall from Cole's MSS vol xxvii f166 but also cites Argent on a cross Azure the letter M crowned Or-- MSS Lamb.555]
I) College impaling Mowse (Master 1552-3,1555-)
J) Gabriel Dunne (Canon of St Paul's d.1558)
(Sable/Azure), a lion rampant and a chief Argent.
K) Winchester impaling Gardiner (Master 1525) and College surrounded by order of Garter.
L) Dr Busby
Or three arrows palewise [Argent] on a chief Azure, three mullets Argent.
M) College impaling Harvey (Master 1555-1584)
N) Canterbury impaling Parker
O) College impaling Eden (Master 1626-45)
College impaling Latham (master 1888-1902)
Lloyd (master 1710-35)
John Andrew (Fellow 1706-41. d.1747 aged 76)
|Quarterly 1 & 4)||Gules, on a Saltire Or, a saltire Azure.|
|2 & 3)||Ermine, two bars Sable goutté d'Or.|
Brass: Royal Arms, England, University, College
Eden (master 1626-45) [With crescent Or]
Brass: Founder and Cowell (master 1598-1611)
Slate: College impaling King (master 1645,1660-76)
Lloyd (master 1710-55)
Geldart (master 1852-77)
|Runcie window: East:||[Westcott House] Azure a cross Or between four lions rampant Argent impaling Gules a bend within a bordure Argent charged with 12 pellets.|
| Brasenose: Or a chevron between 3 roses Gules. impaling Or
beneath a mitre an inescutcheon charged with two lions passant and a
chief; impaling |
Quarterly 1 & 4) Argent a chevron between three [ships], 2 & 3) a chevron between 3 crosses crosslet Sable.
|College crested (but engrailed).|
|Newcastle: Gules a cross between four lions passant Or on a chief of the second three castles of the first. (Runcie was ordained by the bishop of Newcastle)|
|Runcie window: West:||[St Albans] Azure a saltire Or, overall a sword Argent pommelled and crowned Or.|
|Canterbury impaling Runcie: Argent a fess Sable pierced with three crosses between 3 roses Gules.|
|[Cuddesdon College]: Sable a fess Argent between three [ ] and an ox on a point unduly Argent and Azure; impaling Argent an eagle displayed Sable, pierced with a mullet.|
|West wall:||Geldart impaling Argent a lozenge bendwise between two bendlets Gules on a chief Sable two Garbs Or. (Perhaps Thomas Cooke of Pendlebury & Corsefield near Manchester- Geldart's Father in Law.)|
|Brasses in South Wall Pannelling: East to West||Daniel Darnelly d.23 September 1659. 3 fleurs de lys two and one; on a chief a demi-lion rampant [2: `issuant']|
|Thomas Bilney d.19 August 1801 [ ] An eagle displayed |
|With floor brasses|| Thomas Prestone: d.June 1598 aged