Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of July, 1890

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Examinations held in June 1890 produced the following successful candidates for naval cadetships for the July, 1890 term at H.M.S. Britannia.[1]

Those marked with a * passed from Mr. Eastman's Royal Naval Academy, Eastham.[2] The same source also alledges that a C. Peel passed with 1,346 marks, 21st in merit and a J. F. Chichester passed with 1,326, 22nd.

  1. Alfred Charles Dewar, 1719 marks
  2. Colin Duncan Lorne MacEwan, 1716
  3. Ernest William Denison, 1692
  4. James Walter Sutherland Miller, 1601*
  5. Walter Edward Henley, 1588 (drowned as Midshipman in loss of H.M.S. Victoria, 22 June 1893)
  6. Apsley Dunbar Maxwell Cherry, 1586*
  7. Horace Walker Longden, 1563*
  8. Kerrison Kiddle, 1519*
  9. Arthur Brandreth Scott Dutton, 1513
  10. William George Astell Ramsay-Fairfax, 1504
  11. A. N. Campbell, 1490
  12. Berwick Curtis, 1459
  13. Algernon Henry Chester Candy, 1454
  14. Denys Robert Cunynghame Dwyer, 1452*
  15. Thomas Erskine Wardle, 1431
  16. Henry Percy Douglas, 1419
  17. Horace Cyril Watson, 1390
  18. John Bryan Stevenson, 1363
  19. William Ernest Huntingford Lowther, 1353
  20. Francis Ryle Wood, 1,349
  21. Cyril Peel, 1346*
  22. Ivor Francis Chichester, 1,326
  23. W. R. Alexander, 1,304
  24. G. L. Wilson, 1292*
  25. Harold Freeth Grant, 1289
  26. S. C. Pritchard, 1289
  27. A. J. Arendrup, 1285
  28. William Bruce, 1285
  29. P. S. Thornton, 1266
  30. Frank Powell, 1265
  31. Hay Winthrop, 1258
  32. A. S. McIver, 1242*
  33. Henry John Griffiths Lawrence, 1237*
  34. F. R. J. Knollys, 1232
  35. Samuel Collins, 1225
  36. Ernest Orford Ballantyne, 1222
  37. Edward Hugh Meredith Nicholson, 1218*
  38. Maurice Philip Hopkinson, 1205
  39. Walter Burdge Compton, 1199
  40. Argentine Hugh Alington, 1194* (seems to have joined in January, 1891 term)
  41. Ernest Kennaway Arbuthnot, 1186
  42. Frederick Burnaby Noble, 1183
  43. James Cecil Skinner Hughes, 1176
  44. Reginald Verney Storr, 1165
  45. C. C. Maitland, 1157
  46. Percy Pitts, 1151
  47. Stephen Bowle Evans, 1146
  48. Philip Douglas Roberts-West, 1137
  49. Charles Tiedemann Gervers, 1136
  50. Ernest Henry Rideout, 1132
  51. George Douglas Dixie, 1127
  52. Colin Kenneth MacLean, 1127
  53. Harold Wilson Gambier, 1125
  54. Herbert Maynard Denny, 1124
  55. Walter Lingen Allen, 1112
  56. Edward Chichester, 1102
  57. Bernard St. George Collard, 1098

The Service Record of Duncan Hermann Carmichael indicate that they were in this term, but they are not recorded by the above source in having taken the entrance examination with their term-mates.

Additionally, Harold Ernest Sulivan obtained a Service Cadetship with 782 marks and Vernon Frederick Tuson obtained a Colonial Cadetship with 717 marks.

Footnotes

  1. "Cadetships In The Royal Navy." The Times (London, England), Tuesday, Jul 01, 1890; pg. 8; Issue 33052.
  2. The Guardian 16 July, 1890, p. 35.
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From September 1903 entries were also made to the Royal Naval College, Osborne under the Selborne Scheme. The Britannia was closed in July 1905 after the May entry, which was sent to Bermuda with the January entry. The following two terms under the old scheme were sent straight to the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth.