Monument in St Paul’s Cathedral, London commemorating Admiral Richard Howe d. 1799
Full-length figure of Howe in uniform holding a telescope, leaning on the beak of a galley attended by History and Victory, a lion on his left, Britannia seated behind him.
Wall memorial at St Peter Port, Guernsey to Admiral James Saumarez, d. 1836
Tablet flanked by female figures holding respectively a cross and anchor (Faith and Hope), coat of arms above. An action between two warships is shown on the apron.
Wall tablet at St Ann’s Church, Portsmouth Dockyard commemorating Rear-Admiral Sir Michael Seymour d. 1834
At the top of the memorial, a trophy consisting of a crown on the staff of a trident, flanked by flags, with navigational instruments, a rudder and gun barrels. The inscription tablet below, has a scroll on either side enclosing carved oak leaves. On the apron, the Seymour arms and crossed palm branches. The brackets are carved with acanthus leaves.
Temple in Windermere, Cumbria dedicated to Admirals Richard Howe d. 1799, Adam Duncan d. 1804, John Jervis d. 1823 and Horatio Nelson d. 1805
Eight-sided gazebo in stone with a flagstaff on top, situated at the end of a jetty.
Naval temple in Monmouthshire, Wales dedicated to those Admirals who fought for Britain in the American and French Revolutionary Wars.
Small building with Britannia on the arch the above roof. Two alcoves with seats.
Chest-tomb in Bishopsteignton, Devon, commemorating Rear-Admiral Edward Le Cras Thornborough d. 1834 and Vice-Admiral Edward Thornborough d. 1834
A table tomb with iron railings.
Memorial in the Dutch Cemetery, Galle, Sri Lanka commemorating George Burleigh d. 1826
Memorial at the Scotch Presbyterian church, Oldham Street, Liverpool commemorating William Riddock d. 1808
Brass plaque in St Mary’s Church, Netherbury, Dorset, dedicated to Lieutenant Arthur Hood RN d. 1775, Captain Alexander Hood RN d. 1798, and Vice-Admiral Sir Samuel Hood d. 1814
Brass plaque in Holy Trinity Church, Arrow commemorating Vice-Admiral Lord Hugh Seymour d. 1801