Wall tablet in St Petroc’s Church, South Brent, Devon to Rear-Admiral William Cuming d. 1824
Marble wall tablet with relief of a mourning woman leaning over an urn, laurel branches behind the plinth; the inscription on a draped cloth below.
Window at All Saints Church, Milford on Sea, Hampshire commemorating Admirals Robert Man d. 1813, William Cornwallis d. 1819, John Peyton d. 1809 and Captain John Whitby d. 1896
Red ensign, flying above a shore with the names of the four officers on a surrounding round blue band.
Wall tablet in the Church of St John the Baptist, Bishops Tawton, Devon commemorating Lieutenant Lewis Rooke RM d. 1870, a veteran of Trafalgar
Marble wall table in the form of a scroll, Crossed Union Flags (coloured) above the inscription.
Memorial at Patrixbourne, Kent commemorating Captain Bridges Watkinson Taylor RN d. 1814
Memorial at Holy Cross Church, Newton Ferrers, Devon commemorating Samuel Brokensha RN d. 1839
Memorial plaque in Culross, Scotland commemorating Rear-Admiral Thomas Cochrane d. 1860
Simple wall plaque in black
Memorial in Holy Trinity Church, Ilfracombe, Devon dedicated to Simon Gage Britton d. 1856
Memorial at Menheniot to Captain John Richards Lapenotiere RN, HMS ‘Pickle’, d. 1834
Memorial at Beckington to Rear-Admiral Henry Ffolkes Edmund Edgell d. 1846
Inscription tablet with moulded top supported on four cannon balls at either side. Above, beneath a plain pediment are a male and female mourning figure flanking a large anchor on which they rest their arms. The man is dressed in the uniform of a Captain RN, the women holds a book. The memorial includes the arms, crest and motto of the Edgell family. 'QUI SERA SERA'.
Memorial at St Mary’s Church, Masham commemorating Vice-Admiral Octavius Henry Cyril Venables Vernon Harcourt d. 1863
Trophies, arms and coronet, also an inscribed scroll above the inscription tablet. This is flanked by pilasters carved with laurel branches tied with ribbon, shells and floral arabesques below. On brackets carved with acanthus leaves.