Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of July, 1889

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Examinations held on 11 June and following days produced forty-eight successful naval cadet candidates with the following scores.[1]

  1. Cecil Maxweel Lefroy, 1860
  2. William Northey, 1702
  3. Stanley Mumford Evans, 1680
  4. John Evelyn Bray, 1593
  5. Humphrey Hugh Smith, 1537
  6. Francis Herbert Mitchell, 1535
  7. John Francis Alexis Robbins, 1534
  8. George Donald Henry MacKinnon, 1513
  9. Edward Llewellyn Hughes, 1498
  10. Edward Bathurst Compton, 1494
  11. Claude Alwin Rombulow-Pearse, 1417
  12. Ferris Nelson Grant, 1384
  13. Arthur Charles Grieve, 1379
  14. Francis Rowland Scarlett, 1357
  15. John King Patrick Dooner, 1307
  16. Richard Markham Tyringham Stephens, 1276
  17. Evelyn Charles Henry Stuart, 1271
  18. The Hon. Cyril Augustus Ward, 1266
  19. Albert Percy Addison, 1261
  20. Sidney Edgar Deacon, 1258
  21. James Gordon Lumsden, 1233
  22. John Copley Powles, 1235
  23. The Hon. Herbert Meade, 1220
  24. George Ainslie Rooke, 1212
  25. Edgar Stanley Willett, 1211
  26. Bishop Octavius Maturin Davy, 1201
  27. Robert Maxwell Grenfell Knight, 1198
  28. Frank Larken, 1191
  29. Edward Oliver Gladstone, 1164
  30. Frederick Holden Cleaver, 1160
  31. Alfred Steenstrand, 1142
  32. Walter Scott Gillett, 1139
  33. Charles Donnison Roper, 1139
  34. Reginald Davie Scott, 1135
  35. Gerald Ducat, 1121
  36. Frederick William Templer Alexander, 1116
  37. Stanley Venn Ellis, 1103
  38. Kenneth Alexander Haldane Jamieson, 1100
  39. Francis William Hanan, 1077
  40. Henry Charles Clark, 1068
  41. Cyril Thomas Hewlett Cooper, 1056
  42. Henry Wise Parker, 1000
  43. David Thomas Norris, 992
  44. James Denham Douglas Stewart, 959
  45. George Thompson Crombie, 956
  46. Anselan John Buchanan Stirling, 954
  47. Howard James Lionel Walter Kox Willcox, 922
  48. Percy Withers, 871

Additionally, Robert Nesham Bax and Ascough Guy Hawksworth Fawkes obtained Service Cadetships at 924 and 759 marks, respecitively.

Footnotes

  1. "Cadetships In The Navy." The Times (London, England), Thursday, Jun 27, 1889; pg. 11; Issue 32736.
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