Memorial at Lichfield Cathedral to Vice-Admiral Edward Henry Howard d. 1890.
Bronze plaque, with marble head and marble inscription.
Memorial at Lichfield Cathedral to Admiral Sir William Parker d. 1866.
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).
Memorial at Lichfield to Midshipman Charles Maddan, d. 1854 during Crimea War
Memorial at All Hallows by the Tower to James Graves d. 1726, Clerk of Petitions to the Navy Board
Wall tablet (incomplete). Moved from its original position.
Memorial at St Mary, Lichfield to Kenelm Michael Dyott, Surgeon RN, lost in ‘Stephen Furness’ 1917.
Memorial tile in All Saints Church, Brightlingsea, Essex, commemorating Joseph French d. 1874
Memorial to the Reverend Thomas Mutton, d. 1901 at Port Royal, Jamaica.
Headstone at St Giles Cripplegate of John Marpole d. 1844, Surgeon RN
Memorial in Teigngrace, Devon, dedicated to Charles Beckford Templer d. 1786
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.
Memorial to Commander Geoffrey Cecil Congreve RN d. 1941, Penkridge
'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.'