Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of January, 1866

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Forty-eight of seventy-three candidates who presented themselves for competitive examinations on 6-8 December, 1865 were awarded Naval Cadetships in the January, 1866 intake term at Britannia in the following order of merit.[1]

Information regarding their prior education was in the source article, but is omitted here.

  1. William Rooke Creswell
  2. Sidney W Spark
  3. Abraham Hamilton Lindesay
  4. Robert Hugh Archer
  5. Alfred Leigh Winsloe
  6. G. C. Hood ("G C Hood" at TNA, not in Navy List of January 1869 or November 1871)
  7. Macvey Napier
  8. Harry George Grey
  9. Frederick Falkland Henderson
  10. Sydney Ferris Walker
  11. Archibald James Farquharson
  12. John Edward Gordon Bond
  13. S. F. Garford (not at TNA, not in Navy List of January 1869 or November 1871)
  14. Leslie Creery Stuart
  15. Alfred Wyndham Paget
  16. Henry Lewis Conran
  17. W. Gillow ("W Gillow" at TNA, not in Navy List of January 1869 or November 1871)
  18. John Locke Marx
  19. Philip Francis Tillard
  20. Edmund Percy Brett
  21. Charles Skelton Nicholson
  22. Arthur Barrow
  23. Pearson Frank Crozier
  24. Robert Hoggan
  25. Alfred Turner Holmes
  26. Walter Wagstaffe Bagot
  27. Arthur Alexander Broughton
  28. Arthur Field Wolrige
  29. Richard Mauleverer Mansergh
  30. George Astley Callaghan
  31. William Charles Holland Hastings
  32. A. M. Maude (not at TNA, not in Navy List of January 1869 or November 1871)
  33. William Cossley Atherton
  34. B. J. W. Risk (not at TNA, not in Navy List of January 1869 or November 1871)
  35. S. H. Handcock (not at TNA, not in Navy List of January 1869 or November 1871)
  36. Frederick Lenox Langdale
  37. Casper Joseph Baker
  38. Cranstoun A. B. Carey (not at TNA, not in Navy List of January 1869 or November 1871)
  39. Frederick Gilbert Charles Langdon (not at TNA, not in Navy List of January 1869 or November 1871)
  40. Rolland Augustus Dobree
  41. Douglas Hamond-Graeme (given as "D. S. R. G. Hamond" in The Times)
  42. R. J. Romanes (not at TNA, not in Navy List of January 1869 or November 1871)
  43. Charles Pollerfen Jennings
  44. Harry William Kenneth Mackenzie
  45. Nevile Thursby
  46. William Alexander Elliot
  47. Robert Copland Sparkes
  48. Arthur James Allen

Footnotes

  1. "Military And Naval Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Wednesday, Dec 13, 1865; pg. 9; Issue 25367.
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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.