Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of January, 1901

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Sixty-four candidates were accepted as Naval Cadets in the January, 1901 intake term at H.M.S. Britannia with the following marks received in the competitive entrance examination.[1]

  1. Herbert William Shove, 3029
  2. Charles Skeffington West, 2735
  3. Rupert Egerton Lubbock, 2610
  4. Richard Bertram Colles, 2547
  5. Archibald Colquhoun Bell, 2534
  6. Claud Methuen Leggatt, 2513
  7. Edgar Warton Pegler, 2489
  8. Arthur Gerald Harris, 2486
  9. Stuart Parke Beatty, 2463
  10. Reginald William Blake, 2434
  11. Cyril Gordon Sedgwick, 2417
  12. George Augustus Saltren-Willett, 2398
  13. Walter Macdonald Nash, 2392
  14. Charles Sebastian Morris, 2369
  15. Charles Herbert Swaine Lapage, 2362
  16. Claud Lacy Yea Dering, 2356
  17. John Arnold Lees, 2350
  18. Donald Irvine McGillewie, 2327
  19. Alan Charles Henderson Duke, 2316
  20. Aylmer Newton George Firebrace, 2304
  21. Brian Derinzy Holberton, 2301
  22. Gerald Edward Clifton Browne, 2267
  23. Frank George Bramble, 2255
  24. Lancelot Edmund Oldham, 2251
  25. Harrington Douty Edwards, 2206
  26. Beauchamp Arbuthnot Francis, 2172
  27. Geoffrey Robert Sladen Watkins, 2160
  28. Herbert Inglis Nigel Lyon, 2138
  29. Elwyn Henry Walter, 2137
  30. Charles Edward Hamond, 2125
  31. Hugh Lyttleton Haslewood, 2122
  32. Charles Churchill Briggs, 2117
  33. Guy Percival Bowles, 2111
  34. Edward Brooke, 2108
  35. Cyril Vivian, 2107 (given middle initial "P." here)
  36. William Reginald Crocker, 2099
  37. Patrick Macnamara, 2093
  38. William Reginald James White and Melvill Hensman, 2077
  39. above two tied
  40. Francis Cuthbert Platt, 2068
  41. Arthur Edward Hext Wright and Charles Edward Sandham Chester, 2066
  42. above two tied
  43. Walter Kevin Edward Conlon, 2058
  44. Gerald Aylmer Wilson, 2051
  45. Archibald Edward Johnston, 2048
  46. Alfred Athelstan Lennox Fenner and Eric Clover Ward, 2028
  47. above two tied
  48. Walter Lionel Fielding, 2008
  49. Donald Greig, 2001
  50. Lord Alastair Mungo Graham, 1994
  51. Lewis Ronaldson Clare, 1987
  52. Alexander Leslie Fletcher, 1980
  53. Archie Bertram Carey, 1970
  54. Philip Acheson Warre, 1963
  55. Sydney Marryat Hughes, 1960
  56. Horatio Westmacott, 1954
  57. Edward Woodville Salisbury, 1948
  58. Henry Lionel Meyrick Coxon, 1943
  59. Edward James Forsyth-Forrest, 1938
  60. Frederick Gascoigne Charsley, 1936
  61. Harold Aveling Knight, 1935
  62. Owen Christopher Hare, 1925
  63. Owen Hugh Knox Maguire, 1915
  64. Thomas Charles Carpenter Bolster, 1913

Additionally, Ronald Hamilton Curzon Hallifax qualified for a Service Cadetship with 2060 marks.

Passing Out

Details on examination scores and prizes in April 1902 were printed in The Times.[2]

[TO BE CONTINUED - TONE]

Footnotes

  1. "Cadetships In The Royal Navy." The Times (London, England), Saturday, Dec 22, 1900; pg. 10; Issue 36332.
  2. "Prize Distribution on the Britannia." The Times (London, England), Thursday, Apr 17, 1902; pg. 7; Issue 36744.
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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.