Memorial at Sandon Church, Staffordshire to members of the Dudley Ryder family including Captain Robert Edward Dudley Ryder VC, RN d.1986 and Major Ernle Terrick Dudley Ryder d. 1942
Plain wall tablet with family crest top left and motto 'SERVATA FIDES CINERI' (Faith kept with my ancestor).
Memorial at the British Cemetery, Ocracoke, North Carolina, USA commemorating HMT ‘Bedfordshire’ and her crew lost in 1942
Engraved black limestone, with profile of the ship, RN minesweepers badge and badge of the Hyde County Heritage Trail.
Memorial at Denham, Buckinghamshire commemorating Arthur James Tillard, Fleet Air Arm d. 1941,
A rectangular alabaster tablet with a moulded edge. In the left corner is a shield : argent on a pale per pale danzettée point in point gules and azure between two mascles sable (Tillard).
Memorial to Admiral Sir H.J. Studholme Brownrigg d.1943 at Denham, Buckinghamshire.
A white oval tablet with a torus moulded frame. Above the inscription is a naval crown. Beneath is the crest and motto of the Brownrigg family (A sword entwined with a serpent on a mural crown). Motto: 'VIRTUTE ET SAPIENTE'.
Memorial at St Michael’s Church, Penkridge commemorating Commander Geoffrey Cecil Congreve RN d. 1941
Architectural surround with the family arms in the pediment. The inscription in gold letters on a black background.
Wall tablet in St Luke’s Church, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire commemorating Lieutenant-Commander Stephen Charles Morley d. 1944
Window in St Nicholas’s Church, Elstree, Hertfordshire dedicated to Myles Clayton Cross. d. 1943
Pair of windows depicting St Michael and St George. Foul anchor badge above.
Window in St Nicholas’s Church, Elstree, Hertfordshire dedicated to Lieutenant Guy Micklem RN d. 1944
Pair of windows depicting Christ and St Nicholas. Badge of Fleet Air Arm in tracery light.
Memorial in All Saints Church, Hertford, commemorating Hertfordshire men who lost their lives during the First and Second World Wars whilst serving in the Merchant Navy
Headstone-shaped, the Merchant Navy badge carved above the inscription. Grey granite with gold lettering.
Gravestone in Seaton Carew, Hartlepool commemorating Robert Cole d. 1943 and Robert Thompson d. 1972
The slab covering the grave inlaid with an anchore, fouled with chain.