Category:Training Establishment Entrants of May, 1906

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Seventy-three men passed the qualifying literary examination for the Royal Naval College, Osborne term of May, 1906 and appear in alphabetical order below.[1]

Nine names are not linked to a page, as I am unable to figure out who these men are. This might mean they failed quickly or were lost to time in some fashion.

  1. John Gordon Aitchison
  2. Frederick Black Alison
  3. Francis Herbert Austen
  4. Francis Riou Baxter
  5. Douglas Alfred Bingley
  6. Charles Talbot Black-Barnes
  7. Louis Blumfeld
  8. Cecil James Bowers
  9. Ronald George Bowes-Lyon
  10. James Philip Alfred Bremridge
  11. Ralph Armitage Broughton
  12. E. E. N. Burney (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  13. David Graham Horndon Bush
  14. Philip Hugh Calderon
  15. Lionel Austen Cazalet
  16. Max Alan Chapman
  17. Charles Perowne Christie
  18. Henry Clanchy
  19. The Hon. Lovel William Coke
  20. Alfred Creighton Collinson
  21. Philip Sturley Cooper
  22. Thomas Hamilton Crookshank
  23. Alastair Gordon Davidson
  24. Walter Alan Chambre Dickson
  25. Cecil Douglas Duncan-Best
  26. Richard Fisher
  27. Eric Ronald Arthur Farquharson
  28. Edward Henry Fitzroy
  29. Thomas Frederick Stewart Flemming
  30. J. Le C. Fowle (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  31. Henry Ronald Gordon-Cumming
  32. Charles Gordon Norrie Graham
  33. Fergus Stewart Graham
  34. Cecil Charles Frederick Grey
  35. John Harding
  36. Wilfred Algernon Higgins
  37. George Robert Hindson (? in ADM 188, given as "G. R. Hindson" in The Times)
  38. Harry Hugh James Hodgson
  39. John Montagu Howson
  40. Geoffrey Henry Hughes-Onslow
  41. L. H. Jacobson (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  42. Edward Terence Johns (? in ADM 340, given as "E. T. Johns" in The Times)
  43. J. U. G. Leadbetter (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  44. Lionel Vavasseur Lloyd
  45. Ian Agnew Patterson Macintyre
  46. Edward Winfrid Milsom
  47. Donal Bernard O'Connell
  48. George Eric Maxia O'Donnell
  49. T. B. H. Oriel (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  50. E. H. Pakenham (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  51. Alfred Jerome Lucian Phillips
  52. St. John George Hewell Pitt
  53. Charles Amand Randolph Routh
  54. Reginald Dudley Rowe
  55. John Morison Priestley Rowlandson
  56. Geoffrey Harrington Sainsbury
  57. Reginald Maxwell Servaes
  58. John Willington Clarence Orby Shelton
  59. Valentine Gordon Chester Shortridge
  60. Alfred William Sprott
  61. John Graeme Hay Steedman
  62. Geoffrey William Stopford-Sackville
  63. Hugh Aldersey Taylor
  64. Walter Russell Tucker
  65. Lionel Charles Paul Tudway
  66. Francis Herbert Mohun Vaughan
  67. Eustace Harold Vincent
  68. A. B. Watkins (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  69. Yvo Hedworth Fortescue Granville Wells
  70. Gilbert Charles Anglin Whitelocke
  71. William Alexander Willock
  72. Humphrey Collis Woolrych
  73. Gerald Douglas Yates

Although not mentioned in the article, the service records of the following men suggest they were also part of this term:

  1. Colin John Lawrence Bittleston
  2. Charles Henry Lawrence Woodhouse

Passing out of Dartmouth

Seventy-seven cadets passed out of Dartmouth in April, 1910.[2]

TODO: transcribe the names in the source above

Footnotes

  1. "Naval And Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Wednesday, Apr 04, 1906; pg. 7; Issue 37985.
  2. "Naval & Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Saturday, Apr 30, 1910; pg. 5; Issue 39260.
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