Memorial in the Howff, Dundee, Scotland commemorating William Tosh d. 1813
Gravestone with a carving of a small ship sailing alone on a stormy sea above an inscription on the back of the stone with the primary transcript on the front.
Memorial in The Church of Holy Innocents, Great Barton, Suffolk dedicated to Arthur Edmond Allen, RN Telegrapher, d. 1943
marble wall tablet honouring seven men of the parish who died in WWII, words coloured black, names in red and ranks in brown.
Memorial on Marwick Head, Orkney, commemorating Herbert Kitchener, 1st Earl Kitchener, lost in HMS ‘Hampshire’ on 5th June 1916
Square battlemented tower, 48 foot high.
Memorial at St Mary, Lichfield to Kenelm Michael Dyott, Surgeon RN, lost in ‘Stephen Furness’ 1917.
Memorial at Beadnell, Northumberland to Andrew Fawcus and his sons Thomas, Robert and Andrew d. 1885
Stepped three-stage sarcophagus, top stage with scalloped corners, all surmounted with a cross inscribed ‘IHS’.
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.
Memorial at Abergele, Conwy to Benjamin Townsend, who died in the wreck of the ‘Guardian Angel’ 1867.
Headstone carved with a masonic square and compasses above the inscription.
Memorial to Admiral Sir H.J. Studholme Brownrigg d.1943 at Denham, Buckinghamshire.
A white oval tablet with a torus moulded frame. Above the inscription is a naval crown. Beneath is the crest and motto of the Brownrigg family (A sword entwined with a serpent on a mural crown). Motto: 'VIRTUTE ET SAPIENTE'.
Memorial in Eastbourne, East Sussex commemorating John Wesley Woodward d. 1912, a musician on ‘Titanic’
Pink granite with two bronze panels, to the left with the inscription, to right with a depiction of the of the ship sinking. Also in bronze, a circular portrait of Woodward in the centre in relief, palm branches, music and cello below.
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.