Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of September, 1860

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Fifty-seven of the candidates for Naval Cadetships who undertook qualifying examinations for the September, 1860 intake term at H.M.S. Britannia were awarded a berth.[1]

The following candidates, aged fourteen, received Naval Cadetships in the following order of merit:

  1. J. D. B. Pryer (not found in TNA or Navy List of October 1871)
  2. E. H. Holdham (not found in TNA or Navy List of October 1871)
  3. George Stanford MacIlwaine
  4. M. D. Daubenay (not found in TNA as Daubenay or Daubeny or Navy List of October 1871)
  5. Leonard Smith Ensor
  6. George Worth
  7. E. Darval (not found in TNA or Navy List of October 1871)

Just one candidate aged thirteen received a Naval Cadetship:

  1. Burges Watson

The following candidates, aged twelve to fourteen under the new system, received Naval Cadetships in the following order of merit:

  1. Archibald William Hamilton ("Archibald W Hamilton" at TNA)
  2. Edward Wilson Turner
  3. D. G. Boyes (Lieutenant "D G Boyes" at TNA, but not in Navy List of October 1871)
  4. Wilmot Hawkesworth Fawkes
  5. Charles Leonard Rooke
  6. Henry Charles Bigge
  7. Reginald Neville Custance
  8. The Hon. Richard Bingham
  9. Francis Hobart Hemery
  10. John Hicks
  11. Guy Mainwaring
  12. Claud Hardinge
  13. The Hon. Hamilton I. A. Cuffe (Midshipman "Hamilton I A Cuffe" at TNA, not in Navy List of January 1869)
  14. Dudley O. Murray (Midshipman "Dudley O Murray" at TNA, not in Navy List of January 1869)
  15. William Clarke Haynes
  16. Thomas Tarleton Hodgson
  17. Alfred Curtis Carew
  18. Charles R. Congreve (Midshipman "Charles R Congreve" at TNA, not in Navy List of January 1869)
  19. James Joseph Lawson Sisson
  20. Arthur Dalrymple Fanshawe
  21. Edward Henry Meggs Davis
  22. E. J. Foljambe (not found in TNA or Navy List of January 1869)
  23. E. V. Bridgman (Midshipman "C V Bridgman" at TNA, not in Navy List of January 1869)
  24. Charles Tatton Turner
  25. Sydney Smith Haldiman Dickens
  26. Henry Melvill Barkly ("Barkley" in The Times, "Henry M Barkly" at TNA, both spellings in Navy List of January 1869)
  27. Charles Harvey Herring
  28. Edward McDougall Stopford Claremont
  29. Harry E. Cruttwell ("H. E. L. Cruttwell" in The Times, Naval Cadet "Harry E Cruttwell" at TNA, not in Navy List of January 1869)
  30. Arthur Charles Burgoyne Bromley
  31. Henry Thomas Gartside Tipping
  32. Robert Lynn Smart
  33. W. B. Kennell (not found in TNA or Navy List of January 1869)
  34. Claude Champion de Crespigny
  35. Alfred Carpenter
  36. The Hon. Edward Thomas Needham
  37. Somerset James Johnstone
  38. Owen Fanshawe Glanville
  39. James de Bertodano Lopez
  40. John Poer de la Poer Beresford (inferring this name from "J. P. de la Pole Beresford")
  41. Charles Kerr Hope
  42. William Douglas Morrish
  43. John Henry Jacob
  44. Emeric John Vidal Pritchard
  45. Robert Berringham Clements
  46. Alexander Kerr Beggi Granville (is "Alexander Kerr B Granville" at TNA)
  47. Harry Noel Lowe
  48. Lionel Andros de Sausmarez
  49. John Edward Fitzhardinge King

TODO: There is information in the source indicating their prior education which I have not applied here

Fifteen candidates were named in the article as being accepted as Masters' Assistants in three sections, but their names are not reproduced here.

Footnotes

  1. "Naval And Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Wednesday, Sep 12, 1860; pg. 10; Issue 23723.
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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.