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.
Memorial at St Mary’s Cemetery, Chennai, India commemorating Gilbert Geddes Richardson, HEIC, d. 1805
Horizontal stone slab, the inscription on an attached piece of stone.
Memorial in Chubut, Patagonia, Argentina commemorating George Oiller Crumby d. 1887
Oak cross (now fallen) with a contemporary bronze plaque and four other plaques left at later dates by the Argentinian Navy.
Gravestone in the Old English Cemetery, Livorno, Italy commemorating John Wood d. 1653
Hipped grave slab, possibly a 19th century replacement.
Memorial at Funchal, Madeira to Samuel Barker d. 1866
Upright white marble plaque in a plain-moulded frame of tufa, both with a semi-circular apsidal bow, top centre.
Memorial at Funchal, Madeira to Lieutenant Edward Williams RN d. 1837
Classical-style high-relief white marble tablet with an open-bed pediment supported by two square-section reeded pilasters with Egyptian capitals, all on a rectangular horizontal base. The inscription is on the vertical format marble plaque this encloses and also appears to form backing to the whole.
Memorial at Funchal, Madeira to Alexander Stewart USN d. 1848
Plain vertical white marble plaque, originally set between plain flanking columns plaster/cement-moulded onto the bottom of the rubble wall behind, on a similar rectangular base below just overlapping the letters of the last line: only the fragmentary capitals, bases and lower step survive. Above the columns is the trace of a curved pediment, also missing.
Memorial at Lichfield to Midshipman Charles Madan, d. 1854 during the Crimea War
A cross above the inscription.
Memorial on Plum Island, Southold, Suffolk County, New York, United States of America commemorating John Nelson Tinklar, RN d. 1814,
Memorial in Newhaven, East Sussex commemorating Captain James Hanson and the officers of HMS ‘Brazen’ lost 1800,
Ashlar obelisk, with slate panels on the rectangular base, Carved dolphins at the bottom of each panel, seaweed and shells above.