Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of January, 1904

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Examinations held on 15 November 1903 and successive days produced fifty-seven successful candidates for naval cadetships for the January, 1904 term at H.M.S. Britannia. Their scores on the examinations were as follows.[1]

  1. Robert Gordon Duke
  2. Lancelot Gordon Ingham
  3. Norman Cameron Moore
  4. John Lucius O'Brien Acheson ffrench-Blake
  5. Henry Bernard Rawlings
  6. Frederick Close Crawford Kennedy
  7. Leopold Florence Scarlett
  8. William Bayard Hynes
  9. Walter Raleigh Gilbert
  10. Rundle Burges Watson
  11. James Wilfred Sussex Dorling
  12. Edward Overend Priestley
  13. Frederic Cyril Bradley
  14. Quentin Hunter Paterson
  15. Geoffrey Alban Hattersley-Smith
  16. Horace Leslie Morgan
  17. William Simon Fraser Macleod
  18. William Gordon Benn
  19. G. D. Moore
  20. Henry William Lane-Joynt Mawbray Jackson
  21. Hugh Evelyn Raymond
  22. Hugh Bourchier Wrey
  23. Jocelyn Drummond ("J. H. Drummond" in The Times)
  24. George Hector Creswell
  25. John Alan Pennington Legh
  26. Guy Kemble Twiss
  27. Richard Harter (entered in May, 1904)
  28. James Francis Morris
  29. William Lindsay Jackson
  30. Henry Maurice Chidley Purdon
  31. Alexander Boyd Greig
  32. Osbert Charles Gresham Leveson-Gower
  33. Charles Edward Wilson
  34. Herbert Court Osborne and Edward Charles Wrey
  35. above two tied
  36. James Holmes Howie and Oswald Ernest Hallifax
  37. above two tied
  38. Eric Swire Ray (initial only given at TNA)
  39. Frederick William Spurrell Gleed
  40. William Walker Skynner and John Baldock May
  41. above two tied
  42. Arthur Perfect Meredith Lewes
  43. Arthur Hill Trevor Glenny
  44. Archibald Alison
  45. Gerard Charles Muirhead-Gould
  46. George Lionel Davidson
  47. Irving Montgomery Palmer
  48. Stuart Sumner Bonham-Carter
  49. Frederic Newton Attwood and Horace Stuart Montagu Herbert
  50. above two tied
  51. G. Lapage
  52. Charles Lewis Moore
  53. Thomas Herbert Ashley Waller
  54. Claud Anthony Merriman
  55. Humphrey Maurice Robson
  56. Robert Mends
  57. Richard Eustace Hollings

In addition, the service record of Maitland Walter Sabine Boucher makes it clear that he was also part of this term.

Footnotes

  1. "Naval & Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Monday, Dec 21, 1903; pg. 11; Issue 37269.
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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.