Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of January, 1894

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Competitive examinations held on 5 December 1893 and the following several days produced the following fifty-eight successful candidates for naval cadetships in the January, 1894 intake term at Britannia.[1]

  1. Edward Alexander Dimsdale Masterman, 1752 marks
  2. Robert Marsland Groves, 1635
  3. Victor Herbert Gascoigne, 1633
  4. Cecil Vivian Usborne, 1534
  5. Hugh Conybeare Hichens, 1479
  6. Reginald Guy Stone, 1474
  7. Roger de Grey Kenyon, 1467
  8. Richard George Hervey, 1445
  9. John Peter Ralph Marriott, 1432
  10. Christopher Hornby, 1422
  11. Cornelius Edward Carter, 1419
  12. John Pratt, 1419
  13. Gerald Langston Parnell, 1413
  14. Henry Charles Stahl, 1376
  15. Harold Brisbane Bedwell, 1373
  16. William Edmund Middleton, 1339
  17. Gerald Charles Dickens, 1338
  18. John Clarke Stewart Paterson, 1336
  19. Walter Dasent, 1312
  20. Richard Thomas Waddington Thomas-Ferrand, 1300
  21. William Stronach Foster-Forbes, 1292
  22. Ivor Mackenzie, 1277
  23. Carnegie Robert Hargrave Pawson, 1277
  24. Richard Augustus Sandys Hill, 1271
  25. Clive Charles Henry Maitland-Addison, 1271
  26. Edward Leonard Grieve, 1264
  27. John White, 1241
  28. Hugh Edward Murray Archer, 1239
  29. Loftus William Jones, 1231
  30. Charles Wilbraham John Howard, 1228
  31. Edward Miller Corrie Rutherfoord, 1225
  32. The Hon. William Spencer Leveson-Gower, 1221
  33. Vernon Stanhope Rashleigh, 1218
  34. Malcolm James Dinwiddy, 1217
  35. James Henry Thom, 1212
  36. Adrian Hugh Short, 1205
  37. Frederick Crosby Halahan, 1202
  38. Charles Dene Richardson, 1198
  39. Joseph William Lombard Hunt, 1186
  40. Sebald Walter Bluett Green, 1183
  41. Charles Cutlack Ennals, 1175
  42. Francis Baker Favell, 1172
  43. Robert Gerald Hamond, 1165
  44. Joseph Donald Ellaby, 1164
  45. Richard Nicholson Pike, 1162
  46. Archibald Gilbert, 1160
  47. Reginald W. Ross (not found at TNA), 1158
  48. William Stuart Northcote Johnson, 1148
  49. John Casement, 1146
  50. Victor Marryat, 1145
  51. Percy Lockhart Harnam Noble, 1141
  52. Oswald Tylston Hodgson, 1131
  53. James Louis Forbes, 1126
  54. Reginald Aylen, 1126
  55. Ernest Leslie Cardale, 1123
  56. Hugh Jeffery Middleton, 1122
  57. Noel Ambrose Marshall, 1107
  58. Malcolm Douglas McNeile, 1094

The Service Records of the following men indicate they also belonged to this term:

A search of The National Archives for records in ADM 196/142 where the man in question had a date of entry of 15 January, 1894 returned the following additional results.[2]

Footnotes

  1. "Cadetships In The Royal Navy." The Times (London, England), Saturday, Dec 30, 1893; pg. 8; Issue 34148.
  2. Search query.
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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.