Category:Training Establishment Entrants of May, 1912

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The following candidates, in alphabetical order, passed the qualifying literary examination for the Royal Naval College, Osborne intake term of May, 1912.[1] The source article contains information on their previous education, which I have not reproduced here.

  1. Anthony Victor George Allsop
  2. Geoffrey Bruce Barchard
  3. Hugh Alan Barclay
  4. Charles John Bashall
  5. R. E. Benson (not found at TNA)
  6. William Leslie Berridge
  7. Ronald Crawford Wagstaff Bett
  8. Brian Richmond Brasier-Creagh
  9. John Ernest Padwick Brass
  10. H. J. Browne (not found at TNA)
  11. Eric Wheler Bush
  12. John Oliver Campbell
  13. Christopher Arthur Gresham Cooke
  14. Humphrey Cecil Coysh
  15. William Jean Howieson Culff
  16. Edward Dangerfield
  17. Arthur William de Segundo
  18. Thomas Eric Kirwan Donaldson
  19. Andrew Sinclair Donovan
  20. G. H. J. Evans (not found at TNA, appointed to Bacchante in August, 1914)
  21. James Ronald Herdman Faed
  22. Evelyn Seccombe Felton
  23. Humphrey Raleigh Gilbert
  24. Geoffrey George Gore-Browne
  25. Gwynne Francis Grant
  26. Gerald de Courcy Hamilton
  27. Geoffrey Charles Harold
  28. Rupert Christopher Oswald Hill
  29. Frederick Ralf Holmstrom
  30. Cecil William Holt
  31. Hereward Hook
  32. Edward Hurry ("Huny" in The Times)
  33. H. O. Hutton (not found at TNA)
  34. F. L. Ingall (not found at TNA)
  35. William Scarlett Jameson
  36. Randal William McDonnell Johnston
  37. George Pearson Glen Kidston
  38. Frederick Desmond Beresford Kinahan
  39. Alfred John Godwin Langley
  40. Charles Lindsay Lawrie
  41. Frederick Bernard Lawrie
  42. Robert Graham Lowry
  43. Angus Hope Maclachlan
  44. Torquil Harry Lionel Macleod
  45. Rupert St. Aubyn Malleson
  46. Macnamara Marchant
  47. K. S. Matthews (not found at TNA)
  48. Robert Arthur Francis Nicholl-Caddell
  49. Reginald Henry Dacres Olivier
  50. Vyvyan Whitmore Pearce
  51. Walter John Phipps
  52. The Hon. Edward Pleydell-Bouverie
  53. William Richard Graham Reid
  54. Kenneth John Riddell
  55. Alan Diarmid Campbell Robertson
  56. Peter Harley Haselwood Roberts
  57. Philip Keith Saunders
  58. Eric Soames
  59. Patrick William Stone
  60. John Duncan Stubbs
  61. The Hon. Christopher Grey Tennant
  62. John Tennant
  63. R. Tindall (not found at TNA)
  64. Thomas Cathcart Traill
  65. Stanley Lloyd Vereker
  66. Harold Henshaw Ward
  67. James Joseph Weld
  68. Wolstan Beaumont Charles Weld-Forester
  69. Rupert Vyvyan Hawksley Westall
  70. Harold John Willis
  71. Arthur Wellesley Alister Wilson
  72. Leonard Arthur Herbert Wright
  73. Derek Edward Hugh Wynter
  74. John Leslie Younghusband

Additionally, the Service Records of the following men appear to indicate that they may also have belonged to this term.

  1. Rowland Paul Chapman
  2. Joseph Morris Cole
  3. Charles Douglas Horsfall Herbert Dixon
  4. Alan Hugh Hillgarth
  5. John Bertram Mitford
  6. William Labat Payne
  7. Francis Robert Becton Studdy
  8. William Hugh Taylor-Young

The new cadets, seventy-eight in number, embarked at Portsmouth at 3pm on 9 May.[2][3]

Footnotes

  1. "Royal Naval College, Osborne." The Times (London, England), Saturday, Mar 30, 1912; pg. 6; Issue 39860.
  2. "Naval And Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Wednesday, May 08, 1912; pg. 6; Issue 39893.
  3. "Naval And Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Friday, May 10, 1912; pg. 10; Issue 39895.
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