Gravestone at St Mark’s Church, Malew, Isle of Man commemorating Frederick Craine d. 1896 in the loss of the schooner ‘J.W. Campbell’Memorial: M5371
Memorial at St Edmund’s Church, Southwold, Suffolk commemorating James Sterry, James William Sterry and John Page Sterry, d.1836Memorial: M4121
Memorial at St Andrew’s Cathedral to the crew of the barque ‘Merlin’ of Sunderland, wrecked 1881Memorial: M5261
Headstone with triangular top and elaborate pinnacle, as well as a Gothic influence in the design details, esp. around the 'shoulders'. Inscription incised, memorial painted in light grey.
Memorial in the Liverpool Necropolis, commemorating Charles Occleshead d. 1870 in the loss of the ‘City of Boston’Memorial: M681
Plaque dedicated to Frank Turner d. 1892 in St Nicholas Church, Bristol.Memorial: M5038
Cross at Woolwich Cemetery commemorating those lost in the ‘Princess Alice’ disaster 1878Memorial: M5021
Brass in St Peter’s Church, Petersfield, Hampshire commemorating Commander Loftus Jones RN d. 1916Memorial: M3393
Engraved with the badge of HMS 'Shark'. Inscription within a rope twist border.
Memorial in St Giles’s Cathedral, Edinburgh commemorating the officers and men of the 74th Highlanders d. 1852 in the wreck of the ‘Birkenhead’Memorial: M574
Gothic architectural surround, flags above the inscription.
Gravestone in Paul, Cornwall dedicated to Henry Wright. d. 1874Memorial: M5683
Foul anchor carved in high relief at the top. Letters inlaid in lead.
Memorial in the Church of St Mary the Virgin, Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight, commemorating William Keeling d. 1619Memorial: M5224
Painted and gilded wooden board with four shields of arms above the inscription. Between them, a roundel depicting a ship with death at the prow, carrying a banner inscribed 'POST MORTEM', Fame seated in the stern holds out a laurel wreath over the head of a military commander seated in the waist.