Memorial to Charles Harbord and Clement Cottrell d. 1672 at Westminster Abbey.
Relief showing 'Royal James' being attacked by a fireship and the Dutch squadron under Van Tromp. (RCHM) 'Black and white marble wall monument consisting of a high base with trophies and a bas-relief of a sea fight and above two large inscribed panels each with a cartouch of arms and having a common cornice and broken voluted pediment.'
Memorial in St Dunstan’s Church, Stepney, London dedicated to Admiral John Berry d. 1690
Bust contemporary dress in a niche, pediment above, inscription tablet below.
Westminster Abbey. Place of burial of Edward Montagu, First Earl of Sandwich d.1672.
Monument dedicated to Captain Sir Charles Molloy RN d. 1760, in Shadoxhurst, Kent.
Pyramidal, above the inscription a cherub holds a full face portrait flanked by a globe, compass and naval trophies. The upper part consists of cherubs heads in clouds incribed: 'Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord.
Memorial to Colonel Richard Nicolls, d. 1672 during the Battle of Solebay, Ampthill
A floor monument with a broken pediment containing a cartouche of arms with a crest, above within a second pediment is embedded an iron cannon ball. The inscription tablet is flanked by fabric drops decorated with husks and suspended by bows, with volutes and swags of foliage below. The whole stands on a plain base.