Memorial in North Front Cemetery, Gibraltar commemorating Henry Timpson RMLI d. 1859Memorial: M3928
Memorial commemoration Captain Sir William Cunningham Cavendish Dalyell RN d. 1865 and Commander Osborne William Dalyell RN d. 1862Memorial: M2787
Marble wall monument, the full family arms and motto 'RIGHT AND REASON' carved above a granite inscription tablet in a gothic surround.
Memorial in Tawstock, Devon commemorating Captain Sir Robert Bourchier Sherard Wrey RN d.1916Memorial: M3937
Alabaster wall tablet. The inscription tablet is flanked by pilasters, the entablature carved with three knots and the badges of the Royal Navy and North Devon Hussars. The family arms in the centre of a scrolled pediment. Heraldry painted and gilded.
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 at Beckington, Somerset to Vice-Admiral Harry Edmund Edgell d. 1876Memorial: M6529
Inscription surrounded by cable moulding, curved at the top containing a recessed circle with a carved anchor.
Wall tablet in Christ Church, Chorleywood, Hertfordshire commemorating Charles Hayward d. 1858Memorial: M1859
Carved with a foul anchor hung with a wreath and the orders and medals mentioned in the incription.
Wall plaque in St Paul’s Cathedral, London commemorating Lieutenant Harold Charrington RN d. 1882Memorial: M993
Brass plaque in St Mary’s Church, Watford, Hertfordshire commemorating Lieutenant Randolph Capell RN d. 1857Memorial: M4728
Brass tablet enamelled in black and red on a black marble surround. A rope guilloche surrounds the inscription. The quatrefoil at each corner of the border contains a foul anchor flanked by interlaced crosses. Below the inscription, are the Capell arms, with a naval sword behind. The Crimea Medal is suspended from the shield.
Memorial in Hong Kong Cemetery commemorating men of HMS ‘Tribune’ who died 1856-8Memorial: M271
Urn on large plinth.
Wall tablet in St Mary’s Church, Watford, Hertfordshire commemorating Lieutenant George Pidcock RN d. 1853Memorial: M4730
White marble on a black base. Arched head with a foul anchor in high relief, resting on a cornice carved with dog-tooth ornament, the whole supported by two consoles.