The Howff, Dundee, Scotland

Memorial at the Howff, Dundee commemorating the children of Thomas McGregor d. 1858

Memorial: M4712
Headstone with a shield containing the masonic symbols of a compass and set square above the inscription on the front and a cutter-rigged vessel carved on the reverse.

The Howff, Dundee, Scotland

Memorial in the Howff, Dundee, Scotland commemorating William Tosh d. 1813

Memorial: M6601
Gravestone with a carving of a small ship sailing alone on a stormy sea above an inscription on the back of the stone with the primary transcript on the front.

The Church of Holy Innocents, Great Barton, Suffolk

Memorial in The Church of Holy Innocents, Great Barton, Suffolk dedicated to Arthur Edmond Allen, RN Telegrapher, d. 1943

Memorial: M6594
marble wall tablet honouring seven men of the parish who died in WWII, words coloured black, names in red and ranks in brown.

The Howff, Dundee, Scotland

Gravestone at the Howff, Dundee commemorating Alexander Myles d. 1828

Memorial: M6592
Triangular top headstone. On the front is the above inscription. On the back of the headstone, a globe in the centre of a plain pediment with dentils. Pilasters with Ionic capitals flank a circular relief carving of a single-masted vessel under sail. Below, two crossed ensigns are joined by a seal with two cannons.

The Howff, Dundee, Scotland

Memorial in the Howff, Dundee commemorating William Deuchars d. 1824

Memorial: M6591
Triangular topped headstone. On the front is the above transcript, on the back of the headstone is: above, a globe in the centre of a plain pediment with dentils. In the centre, there are two pilasters that flank a compass, anchor and a sextant.

Marwick Head, Orkney, Scotland

Memorial on Marwick Head, Orkney, commemorating Herbert Kitchener, 1st Earl Kitchener, lost in HMS ‘Hampshire’ on 5th June 1916

Memorial: M6585
Square battlemented tower, 48 foot high.

Islay, Argyle and Bute, Scotland

Memorial to the loss of the emigrant ship  ‘Exmouth’ 1847, on Islay.

Memorial: M6550
A bronze plaque on a stone cairn within a gated and walled enclosure. A Celtic cross above the plaque and on the gate.