Memorial in Church of St Andrew the Great, Cambridge, dedicated to Captain James Cook d.1779
Above the inscription tablet, a mourning figure flanked by naval trophies and navigational instruments in relief, the whole surmounted by an urn. Pilasters on either side of the inscription and the Cook arms beneath it.
Obelisk in Portland, Dorset, commemorating the crew of HMS ‘Illustrious’ d. 1948
Monument in York minister commemorating Rear-Admiral Sir Christopher Cradock d. 1914
Portrait relief of Cradock flanked by gilt figures representing Loyalty and Courage.
Plaque in Beverley Minster commemorating Lieutenant Mark Norman Rennie RNR d. 1917 in the loss of Q-ship HMS ‘Vala’
Plaque engraved with with RNR cap badge.
Memorial in Church of St Michael the Archangel, Shalfleet, Isle of Wight, commemorating Lieutenant Thomas Cole RN d. 1829
Brass in Arundel Cathedral commemorating Cuthbert Bernard Taylor d.1912 in the loss of ‘Titanic’
Engraved with a foul anchor.
Plaque in Portsmouth dedicated to those lost with HMS ‘Isis’ in 1944
Metal inscription plaque with a marble support, at the top is a carved, oval wreath of laurel leaves surrounding a bas relief in bronze of a WW2 destroyer. The inscrition is on the outer side of two doors which open to reveal a full list of casualties.
Memorial at Ramsey, Isle of Man commemorating James Murray, 2nd officer of the ‘James Crossfield’ wrecked 1867
Window in Grimsby Central Hall commemorating the officers and crew of the steam trawler ‘Sheldon’ lost 1953
The window depicts St Peter clad in a short tunic and holding a net, seagulls behind. Below, a profile portrait of the trawler within a border of shells and fish. The names of the men are on panes bordered by fishing net. A lighthouse is placed at the bottom of the window.