Memorial at St Mary, Lichfield to Kenelm Michael Dyott, Surgeon RN, lost in ‘Stephen Furness’ 1917.Memorial: M6584
Memorial at St Michael’s Church, Penkridge commemorating Commander Geoffrey Cecil Congreve RN d. 1941Memorial: M6565
Architectural surround with the family arms in the pediment. The inscription in gold letters on a black background.
Memorial to the men of HMS ‘Agamemnon’, who died during the First World WarMemorial: M6553
Stele on double plinth, capped a gabled cross, the four pediments each carved with a cross in relief.
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.
Wall tablet in St Dunstan’s Church, Stepney, London commemorating Lieutenant Harold Charrington RN, d. 1882Memorial: M6524
Memorial in St Michael’s Church, Edenham, Lincolnshire commemorating Admiral Robert Bertie d. 1642Memorial: M2109
Two black marble inscription panels flanked by white marble panels carved with armorials and military trophies. The whole supported on brackets in the form of helms. There is a carved shield of arms with a coronet, flanked by anchors below. On the pediment above, a shield of armswith a coronet, flanked by field artillery.
Wall tablet in St Luke’s Church, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire commemorating Lieutenant-Commander Stephen Charles Morley d. 1944Memorial: M5858
Window in St Nicholas’s Church, Elstree, Hertfordshire dedicated to Lieutenant Guy Micklem RN d. 1944Memorial: M2121
Pair of windows depicting Christ and St Nicholas. Badge of Fleet Air Arm in tracery light.
Memorial at the Church of St Peter and St Paul, Fressingfield, Suffolk commemorating Walter Belderson, Petty Officer RN, d. 1930 off Hong KongMemorial: M2224
Monument in Westminster Abbey commemorating naval captains – William Bayne, William Blair and Robert Manners RN d. 1782Memorial: M4795
Rostral column hung with oval portraits of the three captains by a cherub. Victory with wings and a wreath stands on top. At the base of the column are Britannia with the British lion and Neptune with a seahorse; flags behind. The inscription on the base is flanked to left with a relief of anchors and navigational instruments and to right with a relief of a rudder, gun, mortar and compass.