Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of December, 1860

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Fifty-five candidates for Naval Cadetships undertook qualifying examinations for the December, 1860 intake term at H.M.S. Britannia, with thirty-four of the aspirants being awarded a berth, listed in order of merit.[1]

  1. John Harvey Rainier
  2. Andrew Nance
  3. L. J. Y. C. Scarlett (Naval Cadet "L J Y C Scarlett" at TNA, but not in Navy Lists of January 1869 or January 1863)
  4. Willoughby Edward Still
  5. A. B. Collingwood (not at TNA or in Navy Lists of January 1869 or January 1863)
  6. Charles Campbell
  7. Francis Williams Sanders
  8. Wentworth Vernon Bayly
  9. H. F. Birch (not at TNA or in Navy Lists of January 1869 or January 1863)
  10. William Marrack
  11. Charles William Frederick Crauford
  12. Philip Stafford Wynell Mayow
  13. George Henry Moore
  14. Richard Penrose Humpage
  15. Lewis Anthony Beaumont
  16. Arthur Hasled Hill Singleton Mercer
  17. C. S. C. Strange (not at TNA or in Navy Lists of January 1869 or January 1863)
  18. John Edric Blaxland
  19. Henry Hart Dyke
  20. Alban M. Jephson (Midshipman "Alban M Jephson" at TNA but not in Navy Lists of January 1869 or January 1863)
  21. Henry C. Litchfield (Midshipman "Henry C Litchfield" at TNA but not in Navy Lists of January 1869 or January 1863)
  22. Angus MacLeod
  23. Henry John Godfrey
  24. E. Hocker (not at TNA or in Navy List of October 1871)
  25. E. M. Edgcumbe (not at TNA of in Navy List of October 1871)
  26. Alexander Cochran
  27. Walter Percival Acton Ogle
  28. Marcus Legh Bridger
  29. Arthur William Moore
  30. Butler Julius Septimus Octavius Carter
  31. John Dundas Nicholls
  32. Charles Hugh Leycester
  33. Marcus McCausland
  34. William M. Gilman (Naval Cadet "William M Gilman" at TNA but not in Navy Lists of January 1869 or January 1863)

TODO: There is information in the source indicating their prior education which I have not applied here

Thirteen candidates were accepted as Masters' Assistants:

  1. Edward Scobell Clapp
  2. Reginald Vaughan Carlyon
  3. Bertram Edmund William Gwynne
  4. Richard George Roe
  5. William Couzens
  6. William John Symons
  7. Richard H. Hunter (Master Assistant at TNA, not in Navy Lists of January 1869 or April 1864)
  8. Augustus Wallis
  9. Ralph Alexander Ramsay
  10. George D. Moody (just initial at TNA, not in Navy Lists of January 1869 or April 1864)
  11. George Henry Stoate
  12. William L. Harrison (just initial at TNA, not in Navy Lists of January 1869 or April 1864)
  13. E. F. Hemming (nothing at TNA, not in Navy Lists of January 1869 or April 1864)

Twelve candidates were accepted as Marine Cadets:

  1. Thomas Lakin ("Laken" in The Times)
  2. Burnett Greive Hall
  3. Charles Arthur Kennedy
  4. Edward Macartney Moore
  5. Charles Douglas Macdonald
  6. Digby Henry Dent
  7. Francis Hutchinson
  8. Osborn Tracey
  9. Frank Roberts
  10. Edwin Poole
  11. Cyril Frampton
  12. Philip Hare O'Brien Despard

Footnotes

  1. "Military And Naval Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Wednesday, Dec 12, 1860; pg. 10; Issue 23801.
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From September 1903 entries were also made to the Royal Naval College, Osborne under the Selborne Scheme. The Britannia was closed in July 1905 after the May entry, which was sent to Bermuda with the January entry. The following two terms under the old scheme were sent straight to the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth.

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