Memorial at St Mary’s Church, Ross-on-Wye commemorating Richard Rudhall d. 1609Memorial: M3741
Memorial in St Nicholas’s Church, Deptford to Edward Fenton d. 1603Memorial: M2012
Two Ionic pilasters support an entablature and broken pediment within which is the arms of Boyle above which is a helm and crest. Within the pilasters, a relief depicting a youth kneeling with his left hand placed on a bible open upon a draped priedieu. To the left, a small lion and a cherub drawing back the sides of a tent to reveal a skull within on a table. To the right, above the altar, a scene of shipping on a river. Two inscription tablets below, on either side is scroll work and a shield suspended by a ribbon in looped bows. The shield to the left bears the arms of Boyle with a crescent for difference and on the right Boyle impaling Fenton.
Memorial on Plymouth Hoe commemorating the defeat of the Spanish Armada, 1588Memorial: M4935
A stone column, rectangular in section, on top in bronze, a standing figure of Britannia holding a shield, spear and sword, a lion by her side. Round bronze portrait medallions on the sides, of the English commanders, and a relief of a naval battle on the front. Coats of arms in bronze round the base, of the cities and towns which contributed to the defence of the country in 1588. Elizabethan and modern Royal arms on the front and back. The monument is flanked by mortars, guns and piles of shot.
Statue in armour.
Wall tablet in St Bartholomew’s Church, Hyde commemorating Edmund Norton d. 1600 who served at sea during the Armada CampaignMemorial: M2686
Winged cherub's head below inscription tablet.
Monument dedicated to George Beeston in Bunbury, Cheshire d. 1601Memorial: M1699
Recumbent effigy in armour, on a table tomb carved with three shields of arms. The figure is within an arch flanked by pillars on plinths. An inscription on the back wall with arms above. At the top, pyramids supporting shields of arms, a second inscription between them with armorials above. This inscription tablet set within a border carved with military trophies, a cannon and a ship.
Window dedicated to Sir Walter Ralegh d. 1618, in Bristol Cathedral.Memorial: M5891
Full length standing figure in four light window as companion to Robert Blake.