Headstone at Holyhead Cemetery commemorating three unknown seaman from the barque ‘Osseo’ wrecked 1894
Slate headstone with carved border of foliage including oak and ivy leaves in low relief. Above the inscription, a relief of the doomed vessel striking the breakwater. The latter is represented by a lighthouse. The inscription is in Welsh and English.
Memorial in Shadycombe Church, Salcombe, Devon commemorating John Sladen d. 1895
Gravestone at the church of St Ffraed, Llanon, Ceredigion commemorating Evan William Sweeney d. 1941 following the loss of the SS ‘Empire Endurance’
Gravestone at St Seriol’s Church, Holyhead commemorating Thomas Ellis d. 1866
Gravestone at St Mary’s Church, Cardigan commemorating Thomas Harries Griffiths d. 1875 in the loss of the ‘Leading Star’
Memorial in the Old English Cemetery, Livorno commemorating John Corne d. 1718
Arms: a chevron and in base a garb.
Memorial at All Saints Cemetery, Galle, Sri Lanka commemorating John Richards d. 1888
Headstone at St Mary’s Church, Whitchurch, Cardiff commemorating Albert Leconby Ward d. 1928, Channel Pilot
A tower on the Anglesey shores of the Menai Strait commemorating Admiral Horatio Nelson d. 1805
A square stone tower with an open doorway on north side with an access ladder inside which leads to a walkway round an octagonal of dressed stone about 9' high. Above a round plinth with the words 'Nelson' on seaward side, on landward 'Clarence Paget,Sculptor 1873'. Above this a stone statue of Nelson (sword now broken). Large slate 'windows' in three sides of the stone tower. On the east and west sides large inscription 'Fell at Trafalgar 1805'. On seaward side 'England expects that every man will do his duty.'
Memorial in St Nicholas Church, Bristol commemorating Harold Young d. 1940,