Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of September, 1869

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Competitive examinations on 18-20 August produced the following list of successful candidates for cadetships, presented here in order of merit.[1] Those marked with an asterisk were prepared by Mr. Montagu H. Foster of Stubbington House School.

Information about where each cadet prepared that was mentioned in the source article is not reproduced here.

  1. H. E. Urmston (not found at TNA)
  2. Lionel Aubrey Walter Barnes
  3. F. J. S. Wortley (not found at TNA)
  4. Horace Armytage
  5. Herbert Mainwaring Vaughan Hughes
  6. Seymour John Fortescue
  7. Charles Brownlow Macdonald
  8. Hastings George Fitzhardinge Berkeley
  9. William Warburton
  10. The Hon. Walter George Stopford
  11. Paul Warner Bush
  12. Eyre Massey Shaw
  13. William Mackenzie Murdoch
  14. Standert Edward Staunton
  15. James Johnston
  16. James Grey Duberly
  17. James Startin ("Starton")
  18. Alexander Edward Bethell
  19. George Gray Durbin
  20. Henry Robert Peel Floyd
  21. Frederick Tower Hamilton
  22. William Joseph Villins Hudson
  23. Oliver Young
  24. George Hayley Hewett
  25. Richard Saye Thomson
  26. Leicester Francis Gartside Tippinge
  27. Edward Weston Underwood
  28. Frederick Alexander Warden
  29. Robert Archibald James Montgomerie
  30. James de Vere Allen
  31. Walter Grey
  32. Arthur Knox du Pré
  33. John Samuel de Beauvoir Yelloly
  34. Edward Montaga Stopford (discharged as unit 25 Aug 1871)
  35. John Arthur Colwell
  36. A. D. W. Dowling (not found at TNA)
  37. Alexander William Ainslie
  38. P. H. S. Fisher (not found at TNA)
  39. John Thirkill White

The following men were accepted as naval cadets for navigating duties:

  1. J. T. Stuart (not found at TNA)
  2. William Humphrys ("W. M. Humphrys")
  3. Howard Blake Turner
  4. G. E. B. Bavinsfather (not found at TNA)
  5. Edward William Collier
  6. Philip Govett
  7. Arnot Henderson
  8. Arthur Stewart Woodley
  9. L. K. Bell (not found at TNA)

Not mentioned in the article, the following men's Service Records may indicate that they also entered with this term:

  1. Earl of Wharncliffe
  2. Charles Edmund Kingsmill (entered 24 September)
  3. Algernon Hardy Oliver
  4. Herbert Edwards Wimston

Footnotes

  1. "Naval Cadets". Hampshire Telegraph and Naval Chronicle, (Portsmouth, England) 25 August, 1869. p. 2.
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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.