Wall plaque in the Cloister, Watts Mortuary Chapel, Compton, Surrey commemorating Lieutenant Commander Wilfred Clayton, RN d. 1932
Circular green wreath encircling the inscription. Words incised into white tile with the background highlighted in green.
Monument at St Mary’s Church, Ingestre commemorating Rear-Admiral Henry John Chetwynd Talbot d. 1868
White marble tomb chest with recumbant effigy of the Earl in peer's robes. Shields of arms on either side of the inscription tablet on the base.
Memorial at St Michael and All Angels Church, Colwich commemorating Lieutenant William Victor Horatio Anson RN d. 1856 and other members of the Anson family
Marble wall tablet with carved floral border.
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).
Plaque at St Mary the Virgin, Ingestre commemorating Sub-Lieutenant William Talbot d. 1872
A brass plate with a border of oak leaves, anchors in the corners and an engraved arch at the top. A coat of arms over the inscription.
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.
Wall tablet at St Peter and St Paul, Fareham, Hampshire commemorating Captain Michael Everitt RN d. 1776
Plain wall tablet.
Memorial at St Peter and St Paul, Fareham commemorating Captain George Thomas Maitland Purvis RN d. circa 1870 in Japan
Plain wall tablet.
Wall tablet at St Peter and St Paul, Fareham, Hampshire commemorating Captain James Thresher d. 1794
In relief, above the inscription tablet a draped urn and a curved-sided pedestal carved with a foul anchor. On either side, naval trophies. The carved and painted family arms on the apron.
Memorial at Portland, Dorset, commemorating John Britt d. 1906