Memorial in Dartmouth commemorating Thomas Goldsmith d. 1714, privateerMemorial: M2307
Memorial in the Parish Church, Kingston, Jamaica commemorating Vice-Admiral John Benbow d. 1702Memorial: M2878
Memorial in Shrewsbury, Shropshire commemorating Vice-Admiral John Benbow d. 1702Memorial: M3994
Relief of a ship in action above inscription. Monument surmounted by oval relief portrait of Benbow with anchor, ensign and gun behind.
Monument in Denbury, Devon dedicated to Captain Joseph Taylor RN d. 1733Memorial: M2005
A Grey obelisk in relief hung with a medallion portrait of Taylor and naval trophies, stacked gun barrels behind, a sarcophagus below. On the base, a relief of a naval action showing Taylor's ship engaging four galleys, probably representing the battle of Velez Malaga 13 August 1704 in which Taylor took part in the 'Charles Galley' 32.
Wall tablet in St Margaret’s Church, Rochester, Kent commemorating Captain Francis Percy RN d. 1741Memorial: M3722
Two skulls and flowering urn above, cherub's heads and swags at the top of the inscription tablet. Winged cherub's heads and floral garlands down sides. Below, a skull with shell-shaped wings and a shell shaped cartouche.
Memorial in the Old English Cemetery, Livorno, Italy commemorating John Bayley d. 1710Memorial: M5110
Memorial in Westminster Abbey, London commemorating Admiral Sir Charles Wager RN d. 1743Memorial: M4796
Fame sits holding a trumpet and the portrait medallion of the admiral which is also supported by the infant Hercules. On her right is an urn and at her feet a cannon and anchor. Wager's arms on a pyramid behind. Below the inscription, a relief of Wager's action off Cartagena 28 May 1708.
Memorial at St Margaret’s Church, Lowestoft, commemorating Captain Andrew Leake RN d. 1704 and Lieutenant James Wells RN d. 1704Memorial: M3046
Monument in the Church of St Peter and St Paul, Shadoxhurst, Kent commemorating Captain Sir Charles Molloy RN d. 1760Memorial: M3862
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.