Plaque in Tooting, London dedicated to Captain Philip King RN d. 1808
White marble neoclassical memorial with anthemion acroteria. Brass plate placed below it.
Wall tablet of Vice-Admiral Arthur Phillip RN, d. 1814 in Bathampton, Bath.
Above the inscription table an urn with a length of rope, anchor, cannon, sponge and shot.
Sculpture in the form of a knot.
Wall tablet in Cookham, Berkshire dedicated to Admiral Sir George Young d. 1810
A 5m bronze statue of Philip looks towards Sydney heads holding the British flag and a charter of government. The base has radiating bronze figures of Neptune, Cyclops, Commerce and Agriculture. The two mythical figures replaced a planned figure of a minor and a sailor, following a government suggestion that classical figures would be better received by the public. The whole is designed as a fountain.
Memorial located in Stowe, Buckinghamshire dedicated to Captain James Cook RN. d. 1779
A globe on a plinth inset with an antique marble profile of a man, used as an ideal likeness of Cook. the memorial stands on a small island in a lake.
Plaque in Newlyn, Cornwall dedicated to Richard Nicholls d. 1868
Slate plaque, the lettering gilded, a profile portrait of the lugger at the top.