Category:Training Establishment Entrants of January, 1912

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Competitive examinations produced the following list of successful candidates for naval cadetships in the January, 1912 intake term at the Royal Naval College, Osborne.[1]

The new term was to join the College on Thursday, 18 January, 1912, embarking at Portsmouth.[2]

  1. Edmund Walter Anstice
  2. The Hon. Bernard M. Bailey
  3. Edwin Raymond Bates
  4. Douglas Alexander Colvin Birch
  5. James Forster Boulton
  6. Sydney Brown
  7. Gervase Ronald Bruce
  8. Tom Oliver Bulteel
  9. Henry Montagu Burrows
  10. Adair Melfort Gerald Campbell
  11. Gordon Thursby Campbell
  12. Cyril Francis Carpmael
  13. Frederick James Chambers
  14. Charles Fraser Harrington Churchill
  15. Charles Neville Colson
  16. Charles Wilhelm Ewan Corlett (Stubbington House School) ("Corbett" in The Times)
  17. Raymond Cursham
  18. John Reginald Hughes D'Aeth
  19. Charles Markham David
  20. Victor Alexander Christian Henry George de Mauny
  21. Noel Somerville Digby
  22. Geoffrey Phillips Dixon
  23. Alec Edward Dodington ("Doddington" in The Times)
  24. Clement Newington Everit ("Everitt" in The Times)
  25. Ivan Binstead Farrant
  26. Roger Henry Charles Fetherstonehaugh-Frampton ("Fetherston" in The Times)
  27. Charles Peter Frend (Cruickshank School)
  28. Charles Maurice Elton Gifford ("Giffard" in The Times)
  29. Robin George Bruce Giffard
  30. Claude Du Pre Stansfeld Mauleverer Gowan
  31. J. Gregory-Smith (not found at TNA)
  32. Harry Christopher de Courcy Hammond-Spencer
  33. Geoffrey Bransby O'Brien Harding
  34. Edward Thomas Hodgson
  35. Jack Marcus Douglas Hunter
  36. F. L. Huth (not found at TNA)
  37. Hugh Roy Macgregor Laird
  38. Reginald Arthur St. John Leeds
  39. H. F. H. Lehmann (not found at TNA)
  40. Charles Henry Lingard-Guthrie
  41. Campbell William Livingston
  42. Robert McLean Lochhead ("Lockhead" in The Times)
  43. Rupert Harold Nevison Loraine
  44. Alastair Neil Macneal
  45. John Martin
  46. George Watson Muir (Stubbington House School)
  47. Christopher Musgrave
  48. Oliver Ernest Nicolls
  49. Cecil Henry Oldham
  50. Harry Kenneth Mostyn Owen
  51. Richard Coney Pedder
  52. John Richardson Le Geyt Pullen
  53. Stephen Richardson
  54. Herbert Lawson Riley
  55. Vivian George Edward Spencer Schreiber
  56. Frank Schunk ("Scheenck" in The Times)
  57. Laurence Chase Sharman
  58. Edward William Boyd Sim
  59. M. A. Simon (not found at TNA)
  60. Charles John Percival Small
  61. Philip Sydney Smith
  62. Edward Rupert Snow
  63. Cyril Henry Gerald Summers
  64. Raymond Maurice Trevelyan Taylor
  65. Rupert Cunningham Taylor (Cheam School)
  66. Denzil Charles Tudball
  67. Frederic Francis Orr Vallings
  68. H. Viney (not found at TNA)
  69. Peter Keith Wallace (actually entered in September, 1912)
  70. Holden Thomas White (Stubbington House School)
  71. Leslie Edwin Whitehouse
  72. Wenman Humfrey Wykeham-Musgrave

The TNA lists the following additional possibilities:

  1. Adolphus John Croft-Cohen
  2. Douglas Francome Painter
  3. James Douglas Prentice
  4. Charles Burston Rosenthal

Footnotes

  1. "Royal Naval College Osborne." The Times (London, England), 23 December, 1911. p. 4.
  2. "Naval & Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Saturday, Jan 13, 1912; pg. 7; Issue 39794.
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