Memorial at All Saints Church, Dovercourt, Essex, commemorating William John Moor d. 1907
A carved memorial with a statue of a cherub scattering roses on Moor's grave at the top. The figure stands on a rock on which is placed an anchor with a chain and a laurel wreath with a ribbon inscribed 'HERO'. A photograph of W.J. Moor was placed above the inscription (now damaged). The grave has kerbstones and chains (now missing). The surface is covered with marble chips.
Gravestone in Rame, Cornwall dedicated to Thomas Hicks d. 1890
A standing female figure holds a wreath over the head of a semi-submerged drowned sailor supported by two female figures.
In the form of a rock with a cross at the top within granite kerbs and railings.
Drinking fountain under six-sided canopy on pillars. A stone ball on top of the canopy roof. Twenety four roses carved on cornice blocks below roof.
Memorial at Lake cemetery, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, commemorating John Moss, William Moss, Charles Moss, Charles Selth, Henry Kirkaldie d. 1887 in the loss of ‘Pride of the Sea’
'...a rock surmounted by a cross which has the appearance of weather-beaten oak. Beneath and fastened to the cross is an anchor with a broken strand of rope. The grave is enclosed with an iron chain supported by eight very solid stone supports shaped in keeping with the rock which bear the inscription.'