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

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Sixty-two candidates were accepted for naval cadetships in the May, 1900 intake term at H.M.S. Britannia, following competitive examinations which scored as follows.[1]

  1. Alfred Hugh Taylor, 3118 marks
  2. Paul Thomond Gape Methuen, 2947
  3. Vincent Byrne Cardwell, 2752
  4. Julian Harrison, 2725
  5. Robert Francis Uniacke Penrose Fitzgerald, 2719
  6. Wilfrid Pearse Gandell, 2680
  7. Archibald Boyne Cornabé, 2668
  8. Francis Legeyt Worsley, 2641
  9. George Cecil Herbert Lawson, 2633
  10. Thomas Chalmers Meryon, 2622
  11. Philip Ernest Uniacke Townshend, 2610
  12. Archer Roberts-West, 2565
  13. Denham Maurice Turner Bedford, 2555
  14. Russell Alfred Bell-Syer, 2542
  15. Ronald Hume and Francis William Scott, 2533
  16. above two tied
  17. Kenneth James Duff-Dunbar, 2470
  18. Bertram Edward Jones, 2463
  19. Godfrey Craik Parsons, 2451
  20. John Charsley Roberts, 2444
  21. Stephen Hewitt Sutton Moxly, 2438
  22. Knightley Vere Orlebar and Francis Reginald Openshaw, 2432
  23. above two tied
  24. Henry Duncan Simonds, 2424
  25. Thomas Maclear Brounger, 2422
  26. Tom Douglas Greener, 2417
  27. Kenneth Robertson-Glasgow, 2416
  28. Edward Clare Follett Pennell, 2406
  29. Basil Wilberforce Longmore Owen, 2392
  30. Archibald Richard James Southby, 2386
  31. Eric Christopher Dawson, 2363
  32. Charles Caesar de Merindol Malan, 2339
  33. Frank Herbert Terry Ree, 2336
  34. Montague Joseph Kenworthy, 2322
  35. Orrell Bake, 2319
  36. Reginald Hugh Ransome, 2302
  37. Ernest Richardson Gloag, 2284
  38. Richard Bell Davies, 2265
  39. Reginald Thomas Dimsdale, 2257
  40. Hubert Stanley Braddyll, 2252
  41. Hugh Rose Troup, 2247
  42. Harold Townshend Bowen, 2246
  43. Edward Pender Usticke Broad, 2636
  44. Clive Pinsent, 2229
  45. Arthur Patrick Saunders, 2225
  46. Henry Maurice Coombs, 2224
  47. Charles Hinton Knowles, 2223
  48. Geoffrey Saxton White, 2218
  49. Stephen Phillimore, 2197
  50. William Reginald Priston, 2190
  51. Alfred Baldry Kennedy, 2159
  52. Arthur Leyland Harrison, 2153
  53. Herbert Henry John Franklin Teale, 2150
  54. Richard Martin Welby, 2137
  55. Cyril Cuthbert Anderson, 2120
  56. Cecil Edward Wilkins, 2111
  57. Frederic Graham Schurr, 2103
  58. Arthur Maurice Yate Dane, 2093
  59. Richard Henry Kennard Hope, 2080
  60. John Ignatius Hallett, 2076

Thomas Campbell MacGill passed a qualifying examination for a Service Cadetship with 1713 marks, and Frederick Campbell Darley and Heriotte Bruno Felix John de Hamel passed for Colonial Cadetships with 1644 and 1515 marks, respectively.

Footnotes

  1. "Naval & Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Monday, Apr 22, 1901; pg. 10; Issue 36435.
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