Memorial tile at All Saints’ Church, Brightlingsea, Essex commemorating Rochford Nurse d. 1917 in loss of ‘Robert Smith’Memorial: M3942
Memorial at the Naval Cemetery, St Mary’s Church, Shotley, Suffolk commemorating Herbert Arthur Whitehouse d. 1917Memorial: M3955
Gravestone at Kilchattan Cemetery commemorating Private E. Palmer RMLI d. 1915 in the loss of HMS ‘Viknor’Memorial: M3903
Wall tablet at Marylebone Parish Church commemorating Lieutenant-Commander John White RN d. 1916Memorial: M3755
Panel with an arched top. Royal Navy cap badge above the inscription within the arch. The whole has a border of oak leaves and acorns.
Window at St Nicholas Church, Leeds, Kent dedicated to Commander Walter B. Watkins Grubb RN d. 1914Memorial: M3226
Two light window. Tracery light depicts an angel holding a scroll : 'Be thou faithful unto Death'. Left main light - Christ standing on a rock in water. Right main light -a kneeling knight. Text stretching across both lights : 'I will give thee a crown of life'.
Memorial sundial at Buckler’s Hard, Hampshire commemorating the loss of the SS ‘Persia’ in 1915Memorial: M2719
A profile portrait of the ship above the dial. The inscriptions picked out in blue and gold.
Memorial at Tawstock, Devon to Captain William Bourchier Sherard Wrey RN d. 1926Memorial: M3936
Alabaster wall tablet with an arched pediment on brackets carved with gilded knots. The pediment contains the family arms and crest, painted and gilded with the motto: 'TEMPS VIENDRA'. A gilded naval crown below the inscription.
Memorial in Cathays Cemetery, Cardiff commemorating Valentine Milsom d. 1914 in the loss of the SS ‘Daleby’Memorial: M1853
Memorial window at Worcester Cathedral commemorating Engineer Lieutenant Ernest Grant Ede d. 1917Memorial: M1145
The Royal Navy cap badge above the inscription.
Plaque at St Andrew, Dowlish Wake commemorating Lieutenant John Huddy RNR d.1915 and Flight Sub-Lieutenant Charles Huddy RN d. 1921Memorial: M6613
Plain brass plate with border of double lines, squares in corners.