Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of September, 1902

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Examinations held on 15 July and successive days produced seventy-seven successful candidates for naval cadetships for the September, 1902 term at H.M.S. Britannia. Their scores on the examinations were as follows.[1]

  1. Charles Otway Alexander, 3142
  2. William Gilbert Don, 2869
  3. Roland Aubin Vavasor Durell, 2790
  4. Arthur FitzGerald Cochrane, 2760
  5. Bruce Austin Fraser, 2733
  6. Andrew Bridgeman Downes, 2691
  7. Francis Douglas Mowat, 2688
  8. John Tulloch Cull, 2684
  9. Richard James Rodney Scott, 2618
  10. Louis Horatio Beckford Bevan, 2547
  11. Cyril Thomas Howard White, 2537
  12. Lionel Stanley Ormsby-Johnson, 2511
  13. David Bruce Nicol, 2492
  14. Herbert Malcolm Spreckley, 2487
  15. Alastair Charles Nicol Farquhar, 2472
  16. Edward George Godolphin Hastings, 2466
  17. George Francis Hole, 2461
  18. Cecil Rudolph Ernest Wilbraham Perryman, 2458
  19. Charles Hugo Knox-Little and James Powell, 2438
  20. above two tied
  21. Francis Reginald Barry, 2432
  22. Wilfrid Bayley Pirie, 2400
  23. William Pennefather, 2389
  24. Russell Richard Jacque Pound, 2388
  25. Roland Albert Saunders, 2387
  26. Francis John Campbell Allen, 2378
  27. Cosmo Bowyer Hastings, 2371
  28. Arthur Rowland Banks and Ralph James John Hope Vere, 2360
  29. above two tied
  30. Bryan Fullerton Adams
  31. Edward Bernard Cornish Dicken, 2350
  32. Evelyn Hayley Sparling, 2330
  33. Arthur Lambert Jackson, 2324
  34. Ronald Crosbie Kinnear, 2312
  35. Marcus Victor Cumberlege, 2309
  36. Douglas Burn Bucham Brown, 2303
  37. Colin Olaf MacDonachdie Campbell and Humphrey John Lancaster, 2299
  38. above two tied
  39. Eric Walter Poyntz Westmacott, 2292
  40. Claude Preston Hermon-Hodge, 2290
  41. Francis Lempriere Davy and James Thomas Benedictus Notley, 2288
  42. above two tied
  43. Robert Trevor Hicks and Arthur Vincent Boyall, 2281
  44. above two tied
  45. Arthur Richard Treherne, 2280
  46. Arthur Douglas Wales Smith, 2278
  47. The Hon. Humphry Legge, 2274
  48. Victor James Bowden-Smith, 2271
  49. Hugh Vaughan Lavington, 2269
  50. Hugh Reginald Baldwyn, 2266
  51. Trevor Hodgson Stanley Tatham and William Arthur Usher, 2250
  52. above two tied
  53. Eric William Edward Fellowes, 2248
  54. John Milne Henderson, 2243
  55. Francis Thomas Hewson, 2240
  56. Kenneth Michell, 2225
  57. Gordon Evelyn Elliott Gray and John Mossom Boyd, 2221
  58. above two tied
  59. George Nicholson Bradford, 2209
  60. Massy Goolden and Edward William Blackwood Ryan, 2202
  61. above two tied
  62. William Ralph Leycester, 2197
  63. Martin Arthur Frankland Hood, 2194
  64. Richard Henry Bagot Everard, 2193
  65. Oliver Clive Warner, 2183
  66. Edward Maurice Gibbings, 2179
  67. Gerald Henry Thomson, 2175
  68. Malger Powis Spence, 2167
  69. Richard Ussher, 2164
  70. Edward Neville Mortimer, 2157
  71. Edward Reginald Lewes, 2156
  72. Frank Power O'Reilly, 2145
  73. George Crozier Dillon and Harold Richard Ware Turnor, 2141
  74. above two tied
  75. George Edwin Matthews, 2139
  76. Geoffrey Nicholson, 2134
  77. Harald Edward Wharton, 2116

Footnotes

  1. "Naval & Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Thursday, Aug 14, 1902; pg. 5; Issue 36846.
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