Memorial to Corisande, Countess of Malmesbury

Daughter of Charles, 05 Earl of Tankerville, and Corisande, daughter of the Duke of Gramont.

Born 10 Aug 1803, died 17 May 1876.

Corisande is buried at St Peter's, Bournemouth.

Sculpted by A Trentanove. Possibly Antonio Trentanove, born c 1827 in Rome. Possibly related to Antonio Trentanove and Gaetano Trentanove.

Memorial to Harriet Susan, Viscountess Fitzharris

Daughter of Francis Bateman Dashwood. Died 04 Sep 1815 aged 32.

Wife of James Edward, Viscount Fitzharris, subsequently 02 Earl Malmesbury.

Their children were ....

Sculpted by John Flaxman.

Memorial to Fanny White-White

Memorial to Sir Donald Bailey

Memorial to Sir Donald Bailey, inventor of the Bailey Bridge which, as written by Field Marshall Montgomery: "made an immense contribution towards ending World War II. As far as my own operations were concerned, with the eighth Army in Italy and with the 21 Army Group in North West Europe, I could never have maintained the speed and tempo of forward movement without large supplies of Bailey Bridging."

Sir Donald Bailey is buried at St Peter's, Bournemouth.

Memorial to Percy Bysshe Shelley

Memorial to Percy Bysshe Shelley originally intended for Rome where his ashes are interred in the Protestant Burial Ground.

And to Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, his wife, whose remains are interred with those of her father William Godwin and her mother Mary Wollstonecraft in the churchyard at St Peter's, Bournemouth.

Verse forty of fifty-five of Shelley's "Adonaïs: An Elegy on the Death of John Keats, Author of Endymion, Hyperion, etc":

He has out-soared the shadow of our night;

Envy and calumny, and hate and pain,

And that unrest which men miscall delight,

Can touch him not and torture not again;

From the contagion of the world's slow stain

He is secure, and now can never mourn

A heart grown cold, a head grown gray in vain;

Nor when the spirit's self has ceased to burn,

With sparkless ashes load an unlamented urn.

Sculpted by Henry Weekes.