Memorial tile at All Saints’ Church, Brightlingsea, Essex, England commemorating Lewis Bryant d. 1883 in the loss of the ‘Mascotte’Memorial: M3944
Memorial tile at All Saints’ Church, Brightlingsea, Essex, England commemorating John Goddard d. 1896 in the loss of the barge ‘Frances’Memorial: M3943
Memorial tile at All Saints’ Church, Brightlingsea, Essex commemorating Rochford Nurse d. 1917 in loss of ‘Robert Smith’Memorial: M3942
Memorial at All Saints’ Church, Brightlingsea, Essex commemorating George Kemp d. 1883 in the loss of the smack ‘Conquest’Memorial: M3941
'GEORGE KEMP / aged 21 / Native of Kirkby-le-Soken / lost in the smack Conquest / in the North Sea / March 6 1883'
Gravestone at Queenborough, Kent commemorating whaling master Henry Knight d. 1657Memorial: M3939
Crudely carved headstone now inside the church. A whaling harpoon carved below the inscription.
Memorial at St Enodoc Church, Cornwall to three crew members who died in the wreck of the ‘Maria Asumpta’Memorial: M3462
Slate wall tablet on granite corbels. A relief of the vessel in profile within a semi-circular, rope twist border. Carved monkey's fists in the corners.
Headstone at Ryde Cemetery commemorating Arthur Horatio Dawson RN d. 1870 in the loss of HMS ‘Captain’Memorial: M3934
Memorial at the Naval Cemetery, St Mary’s Church, Shotley, Suffolk commemorating Herbert Arthur Whitehouse d. 1917Memorial: M3955
Window at St Nicholas Church, Leeds, Kent dedicated to Frederick White Chaplin RN 1930Window at St Nicholas Church, Leeds, Kent dedicated to Frederick White, Chaplain RN d. 1930Memorial: M3934
Window of two lights and one tracery light. Tracery light depicts two demi-angels wearing coronets standing behind a balcony. Their wings are yellow with peacock markings. They hold a scroll : 'He will swallow up death in victory'. Left main light: depicts the three three Mary's with a scroll: 'The Angel of the Lord / descended from Heaven and said / unto the women, he is not here / for he has risen as He said'. Right main window: 'The risen Christ appearing to Mary Magdalene. Scroll: 'Jesus saith unto her, "Mary" / she saith unto him "Rabboni"'.
Memorial at Greenwich commemorating William Watt, Surgeon RN d.1837Memorial: M3933