Memorial to passengers and crew of ‘Annie Jane’ wrecked Vatersay, 1853.Memorial: M6568
Window at Paston, Norfolk, commemorating Lieutenant-Commander Ralph Mack RN, died 1917, lost with HMS ‘Tornado’Memorial: M6556
'Three light window, in the tracery above, the White Ensign (with blue cross) and the Union Flag. The three main lights depict St Michael in the centre flanked by two angels. The left hand one holds a shield depicting Britannia, a naval crown as the crest. The right hand angel holds a shield bearing the Admiralty foul anchor, a king's crown above. At the base the dedication panel is flanked by HMS 'Tornado' on the left and the sea off a shoreline with flying swans to the right.
Memorial on Islay, to Captain Ernest Davidson RN, d.1918Memorial: M6551
Horizontal granite cross on bed of stone chips within inscribed kerb stones. Lead lettering.
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.
Memorial to John Watkins d. 1848 at Angra in the AzoresMemorial:
Memorial to crew of HMS ‘Laurentic’, lost 1917, FahanMemorial: M6544
Stone Celtic cross on pink granite plinth on which are inscribed the names of the casualties.
Memorial to the brothers Michael d. 1856 and Charles Cooke Saer d. 1863 at Carew, PembrokeshireMemorial: M6542
Gothic wall memorial.
Memorial to Robert Forster, lost in East Indiaman ‘Cycee’, 1841 at RytherMemorial: M6539
Wall tablet in St Werburgh’s Church, Hoo, Kent, commemorating Lieutenant Charles Jordan RN, lost in the Duc de la Vauginon, d. 1779Memorial: M6537
Neo-classical wall tablet.
Wall tablet at Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, commemorating Lieutenant-Commander Julian Tenison, in command of submarine ‘P 4’, d. 1916Memorial:
Alabaster, carved with coloured family arms and mantling above, gilded foliage down the sides.