Lichfield Cathedral, Lichfield, Staffordshire, England

Memorial at Lichfield Cathedral to Admiral Sir William Parker d. 1866.

Memorial: M6588
Gothic altar tomb in an arched recess. The front carved with three quatrefoils containing a carving of Christ in majesty in the centre, on each side, an angel with a censer. In two intermediate quatrefoils, shields with the Parker arms impaled with those of Biddulph. An angel is carved at each end, one singing and holding a label inscribed ‘Alleluia’ and the other playing a harp. The jasper marble slab on the top is inlaid with a brass cross surrounded by rope, with an anchor at the foot of the cross which stands on a three-stepped base, engraved with waves and marine animals. Armorials above the inscription on the wall behind - Parker arms and two representations of the badge of the Order of the Bath (military).

Teigngrace, Devon, England

Memorial in Teigngrace, Devon, dedicated to Charles Beckford Templer d. 1786

Memorial: M6569
A relief of the shipwreck in the centre with the survivors clinging to the rocks. This is flanked by dolphins, with the inscription on a tablet above; the verse on a draped marble cloth below, held in the dolphin's beaks. In white marble on a coloured marble back plate.

St Michael's Church, Penkridge, Staffordshire, England

Memorial to Commander Geoffrey Cecil Congreve RN d. 1941, Penkridge

Memorial: M6565
'TO THE / MEMORY / OF / GEOFFREY CECIL / CONGREVE / D.S.O., D.L., J.P. / COMMANDER ROYAL NAVY / FIRST BARONET / HE SERVED GHIS COVNTRY IN THE GREAT WAR / AND DIED FOR IT IN THE WORLD WAR / FALLING MORTALLY WOVNDED / DVRING A RAID ON THE / FRENCH COAST ON / JVLY THE TWENTY-EIGHTH / MCMXLI / AT THE AGE OF FORTY-FOVR / HE HAD WON THE D.S.O. IN / ACTION OFF NORWAY / THE BARONETCY WAS AWARDED IN / MCMXXVII / FOR THE SERVICES OF HIS FATHER / GEN. SIR W.N. CONGREVE / V.C. K.C.B. M.V.O.'