Memorial at Tawstock, Devon to Captain William Bourchier Sherard Wrey RN d. 1926
Alabaster wall tablet with an arched pediment on brackets carved with gilded knots. The pediment contains the family arms and crest, painted and gilded with the motto: 'TEMPS VIENDRA'. A gilded naval crown below the inscription.
Memorial in Cathays Cemetery, Cardiff commemorating Valentine Milsom d. 1914 in the loss of the SS ‘Daleby’
Memorial window at Worcester Cathedral commemorating Engineer Lieutenant Ernest Grant Ede d. 1917
The Royal Navy cap badge above the inscription.
Plaque at St Andrew, Dowlish Wake commemorating Lieutenant John Huddy RNR d.1915 and Flight Sub-Lieutenant Charles Huddy RN d. 1921
Plain brass plate with border of double lines, squares in corners.
Statue in Tower Bridge Road, Bermondsey, London, depicting Albert McKenzie VC d. 1918
Steel statue of Mackenzie in a contemporary style, on a concrete plinth made from a section of the harbour wall at Zeebrugge.
Headstone in Old Church Cemetery, Cobh, County Cork, Ireland commemorating Frederick Parslow VC, d. 1915
Stone headstone, with a crowned naval anchor in rope above the transcript and the carved image of a Victoria Cross below.
Plaque in Islington Green, Islington, London commemorating Frederick Parslow VC d. 1915
Stone circular floor plaque with an intricate carving of a Victoria Cross above the transcript.
Memorial on Marwick Head, Orkney, commemorating Herbert Kitchener, 1st Earl Kitchener, lost in HMS ‘Hampshire’ on 5th June 1916
Square battlemented tower, 48 foot high.
Memorial at St Mary, Lichfield to Kenelm Michael Dyott, Surgeon RN, lost in ‘Stephen Furness’ 1917.
Memorial window at St Margaret’s Church Paston, Norfolk, dedicated to Lieutenant-Commander Ralph Mack RN, d. 1917, lost in HMS ‘Tornado’
Three light window, in the tracery above, the White Ensign (with blue cross) and the Union Flag. The three main lights depict St Michael in the centre flanked by two angels. The left hand one holds a shield depicting Britannia, a naval crown as the crest. The right hand angel holds a shield bearing the Admiralty foul anchor, a king's crown above. At the base the dedication panel is flanked by HMS 'Tornado' on the left and the sea off a shoreline with flying swans to the right.