Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of January, 1876

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These candidates were successful, in order of merit, at the competitive examination for naval cadetships in the January 1876 intake term at H.M.S. Britannia.[1]

  1. F. C. T. Jones
  2. The Hon. Patrick B. Lyon (initial at TNA)
  3. Hubert Grant-Dalton
  4. Owen Francis Gillett
  5. Hugh Thomas Hibbert
  6. Frederick Dorrien Thoroton
  7. G. V. Whittle
  8. Murray Thomas Parks
  9. Pennant Athelwold Iremonger Lloyd
  10. Theodore Hamilton Hoste
  11. Charles Edward Monro
  12. Charles Alexander Howell
  13. Algernon Hankey Lyons
  14. Robert Ellis
  15. George Edward Akers
  16. Thomas S. Farrer (initial at TNA)
  17. Edward Ernest Hardy
  18. Raymond Arundell de Pentheny O'Kelly
  19. Seymour Elphinstone Erskine
  20. Lawrence Archer Tawney
  21. Robert H. Price (initial at TNA)
  22. Ivan Gordon Humphreys
  23. Peter Noel Richards
  24. Henry Alton Hatchard
  25. Rupert Fitzroy Bromley
  26. Gerald Archibald Heyman
  27. Edmund Prior Leresche
  28. Cuthbert Godfrey Chapman
  29. Percy Stuart St. John
  30. John de Mestre Hutchison
  31. William Henry Baker-Baker
  32. Hugh Evan-Thomas
  33. Everard George Wingfield Digby
  34. Myles Harry Cooper
  35. Rowley Richardson
  36. Ernest Alexander Martin
  37. Henry Ernest Fraser Worthington
  38. Bentinck John Davies Yelverton
  39. Francis William Kennedy
  40. Algernon John Hotham
  41. Arthur W. M. Wilson (intials only at TNA)
  42. Arthur J. Hunter (initial only at TNA)

The following candidates were unsuccessful, but welcome to present themselves at the next examination:

  1. C. Gartshell (or Gaitshell? – would enter in July 1876)
  2. John E. Lloyd (only middle initial found, would enter in July 1876)
  3. A. W. Everett
  4. William A. C. Cockburn (only middle initials found, would enter in July 1876)
  5. Armine W. Pearse (only middle initial found, would enter in July 1876)
  6. C. A. Jarvis
  7. A. E. Alderson
  8. J. E. P. Sparrow
  9. Edward Keppel Hill (would enter in July 1876)

Footenotes

  1. "Naval And Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Saturday, Dec 04, 1875; pg. 6; Issue 28490.
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