Category:Royal Navy Officers Educated at Stubbington House School

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This category contains men who studied at Stubbington House School – a private preparatory school for boys wishing to apply for entrance to the Royal Navy through competitive examinations for the training ship H.M.S. Britannia.

The school was founded in 1841 in Fareham by Reverend William Foster. He died in 1866 and management of the school passed to his son, Montagu Foster.

In late 1888, the school claimed that 25 of 27 students were successful at obtaining naval cadetships for the year.[1]

The school was finally closed in 1962.

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  1. Hampshire Telegraph and Naval Chronicle (Portsmouth, England), 29 Dec 1888, p. 1.

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