Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of September, 1862

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Competitive examinations held at the Royal Naval Academy, Portsmouth produced the following successful candidates for naval cadetships in the September, 1862 intake term at Britannia, listed in order of merit. Twenty-three candidates were rejected.[1]

  1. Robert Blair Maconochie
  2. Cecil Brooke Palmer
  3. Thomas W. J. Downes (initials at TNA, not found in Navy List of October, 1871)
  4. Charles Vernon Strange
  5. Christopher George Williams
  6. Thomas Edward Maxwell
  7. Henry Edward O'Neill
  8. G. S. H. Jackson (initials only at TNA, not found in Navy List of October, 1871)
  9. James Ogle Burgess
  10. John Henry Pelly
  11. Samuel Ewing
  12. A. G. F. Gordon (initials only at TNA, not found in Navy List of October, 1871)
  13. Henry Harvey Boteler
  14. William Adams Jukes
  15. Frederick George Innes Lillingston
  16. Francis James Lindsay Blackwood
  17. E. Beauchamp (initials only at TNA, not found in Navy List of October, 1871)
  18. Barton Rose Bradford
  19. Wilfred William Glanville
  20. Norman Compton Fitzgerald Uniacke
  21. John Durnford
  22. Philip Ernest Cresswell ("Philip E Creswell" at TNA)
  23. Arthur Hill Ommaney Peter Lowe
  24. Alvin Coote Corry
  25. Edward Courtney Moore
  26. Henry B. Callander (initials only at TNA, not found in Navy List of October, 1871)
  27. Ronald Richard Macdonald Hall
  28. Lawrence Henry Eliot
  29. Harry Leith Ross
  30. Henry John Wodehouse
  31. Ralston Caldwell Bloomfield
  32. Herbert Horner
  33. Alexander James Mackenzie
  34. Lewis Edmund Wintz
  35. Clifton Lewes
  36. D. E. D. Carry (not found anywhere)
  37. Francis Edward Ramsden (in The Times as "C. H. Ramsden" and TNA as "F E Ramsden")
  38. Robert Murray Rumsey
  39. Herbert Shaw Taylor
  40. Thomas Erskine Cochrane
  41. William Hunter Bristow
  42. Arthur Ouseley Read Buffney Ternan
  43. Edmund William Speck
  44. E. Hannan (not found anywhere)
  45. Charles Reeve
  46. Philip Arthur Parson
  47. Gordon Glennie
  48. Thomas B. Butler ("Thomas P Butler" at TNA, missing in Navy List of October 1871)
  49. Francis Charles Bridgeman Bridgeman-Simpson

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

Ten accepted candidates for Masters' Assistant were also named but are not entered here, and seven rejected.

Footnotes

  1. "Military And Naval Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Wednesday, Sep 10, 1862; pg. 10; Issue 24347.
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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.

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