Category:Training Establishment Entrants of January, 1904

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Seventy-two men were accepted for Naval Cadetships after qualifying examinations for the Royal Naval College, Osborne term of January, 1904.[1]

  1. W. M. Aldersey (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  2. George Roland Gordon Allen
  3. N. L. Ames (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  4. George Evelyn Laverton Atwood
  5. Russell Ernest Birch
  6. James Lawrence Boyd
  7. Lionel Moore Bridge
  8. A. Bright-Smith (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  9. J. D. Calvert (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  10. Colin McLeod Campbell
  11. K. T. St. G. Cartwright (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  12. Frederick Langton Cavaye
  13. Hugh Clifford Holled Coxe
  14. D. G. C. Critchley-Salmonson (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  15. J. H. Daniel (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  16. F. C. N. Day (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  17. Daniel de Pass
  18. William Keith Dene Dowding
  19. Paul Leathley Eddis
  20. John Hereward Edelsten
  21. G. G. Elwes (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  22. Adam Ferguson
  23. John Maurice Haig Fisher
  24. Dudley Francis North FitzGerald
  25. H. M. Fixson (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  26. B. D. Garnier (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  27. Charles Leonard Elliot Geach
  28. Horace George Gorton
  29. William Vesey Hamilton Harris (his Service Record indicates that he entered with May 1904 term)
  30. Thomas Garland Harrison
  31. A. G. F. Harvey (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  32. A. C. Hatfield (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  33. John Moore Heath
  34. Francis Esmé Theodore Hewlett
  35. Charles Ernest Hotham
  36. E. C. King-Harman (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  37. Robert Douglas King-Harman
  38. Robert Foley Knight
  39. Henry George Stobart Laing
  40. Atwell Henry Lake
  41. Edward Francis Bold Law
  42. Patrick Bruce Lawder
  43. Bernard John Littledale
  44. Donal Scott McGrath
  45. Gerald Morell McKenna
  46. Gilbert Charles Malden
  47. H. P. M. Mansell-Pleydell (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  48. Alexander Livingson Penrose Mark-Wardlaw
  49. Guy Oakley Maund
  50. Clement Moody
  51. Llewellyn Vaughan Morgan
  52. Robert Herman Grant Morrison
  53. Francis Eckley Oakeley
  54. Henry Royston Otter
  55. K. W. Payne (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  56. Frank Conway Peet
  57. Owen William Phillips
  58. Frederick Arthur Damer Priest
  59. Valentine Alexander Raleigh
  60. Leonard Chichester Rideal
  61. Guy Stuart Ridgway
  62. E. D. Rivers (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  63. Richard Douglas Sandford
  64. Villiers John Heera Henry Sankey
  65. John Benson Sidgwick
  66. Walter Fitzgerald Smithwick
  67. Alex Popham Spurway
  68. T. M. S. Tenison (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  69. John Gordon Pearce Thomson
  70. Harold Newham Tompkins
  71. I. L. Tracey (not found in TNA or Navy List of July 1908 or March 1913)
  72. Douglas Courtney Tudor

Passing out of Dartmouth

An article details theorder of merit of fifty-eight men on passing out of Royal Naval College, Dartmouth in January 1908.[2]

Footnotes

  1. "Naval & Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Friday, Jan 01, 1904; pg. 5; Issue 37279.
  2. "Naval And Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Saturday, Jan 04, 1908; pg. 9; Issue 38534.
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