Category:Training Establishment Entrants of September, 1906

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The following men were accepted for Naval Cadetships after qualifying examinations for the Royal Naval College, Osborne term of September, 1906.[1]

  1. William St. George Abbott
  2. H. T. Ackland-Allen (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  3. A. J. C. Arkell (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  4. Herbert Roderick Kelway Bamber
  5. Jack Clixby Barnes (? given as "J. C. C. Barnes" in The Times)
  6. Anthony James Bavin (died in Mary Rose, 17 October, 1917)
  7. Noel Alfred Beal
  8. Maurice Arthur Brind
  9. James Riddell Bucknill (died 21 December, 1916 in Negro when she collided with Hoste)
  10. Robert Alexander Cassidi
  11. John Douglas Gibbon Chater (in ADM 340)
  12. Joseph Barrington Chevallier
  13. R. C. Christie (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  14. Gerald Edward Colpoys
  15. George Milner Crockett
  16. Victor Alexander Charles Crutchley
  17. Anthony Gordon Cunard
  18. Hugh Bouverie Deedes
  19. William Falcon Duke (withdrawn by parent in 1912 after some service in Inflexible)
  20. John George Lawrence Dundas
  21. J. G. Edwards (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  22. Laurence Allen Lawford de Lacy Evans (became signal officer)
  23. Aubrey Basil Fanshawe
  24. E. B. Gabriel (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  25. Henry John Haynes
  26. H. B. Hibbert (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  27. J. C. Hickling (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  28. Redvers Michael Prior (may be given as "Redvers Michael Courtenay Holland-Pryor"?)
  29. Stuart Briscoe Dundee-Hooper
  30. Roderick Hudson (suicide by hanging aboard Invincible 26 September, 1912)
  31. Francis William Hugh Jeans
  32. R. E. Jolmstone (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  33. John Bannatyne Kingdon
  34. Edward Desmond Bewley McCarthy
  35. Arthur Avalon MacKinnon
  36. John Cassilis Maclean
  37. Wilfred Stanley Mann (became signal officer)
  38. John Maurice Mansfield
  39. John Bertram Aubrey Marsden-Smedley
  40. Gervase Boswell Middleton
  41. Robert Grenville Henderson Milligan
  42. John Murray
  43. E. A. S. Oldham (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  44. Alwyne Gervase Olliver
  45. S. E. H. Orde (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  46. John Angus Orr-Ewing (lost as a Lt. with Turbulent at the Battle of Jutland)
  47. Richard Eadson Paterson (lost as a Lt. in Fortune at the Battle of Jutland)
  48. Wilfrid Rupert Patterson
  49. Dudley Vivian Peyton-Ward
  50. Douglas Henry Prosser (lost as a Lt. in mining of Russell on 27 April, 1916)
  51. Leslie Ralph Ricardo (transferred to engineering branch)
  52. Henry Antony Simpson
  53. Vincent Graham Snow (lost as a Lt. in mining of Hampshire on 5 June, 1916)
  54. Robert Ross Stewart
  55. J. A. V. Surtees (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  56. Humphrey Douglas Tollemache
  57. Geoffrey Bassett Wardell-Yerburgh (and as "Basset", in ADM 273)
  58. Hubert Arthur Cornwall Webber (a Royal Marine)
  59. Norman Blyth Weir
  60. C. B. Whelan (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  61. Douglas Young-Jamieson

Passing Out of Cornwall

The Times reported on their order of passing out of the training ship Cornwall in April, 1911.[2]

Footnotes

  1. "Naval And Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Friday, Aug 10, 1906; pg. 8; Issue 38095.
  2. "Naval & Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Monday, Apr 10, 1911; pg. 6; Issue 39555.
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