Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of January, 1867

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Eighty-one young gentlemen went up for examination as candidates for naval cadetships in the January, 1867 intake term at Britannia, with forty-nine being accepted.[1]

  1. Bertram Arthur Muirhead
  2. William Shearburn White
  3. Ernest Adrian Marras ("Earnest" in The Times)
  4. Francis Alban Arthur Giffard Tate
  5. Harry Campbell Reynolds
  6. Alfred Ripley
  7. Henry Charles Bertram Hulbert
  8. Alfred Fulling Welldon (gone from Navy List by January 1869)
  9. Arthur Richard McDonnell Creagh
  10. Erasmus Denison St. Andrew Ommanney
  11. James Walter Higgin ("James W Higgin" at TNA)
  12. Wilhelm John Anstice Edward Banister
  13. George Le Clerc Egerton
  14. William Stokes Rees
  15. Houston Stewart
  16. Charles Edward Hawker ("Charles E Hanker" at TNA, gone from Navy List by January 1869)
  17. Tom Bowden Triggs
  18. Alfred Edward Rawnsley
  19. Charles Valentine Smith
  20. Francis William Barrett
  21. Harry Cutfield Martin
  22. Edward Stevens
  23. The Hon. Randolph Thomas Rowley ("Randolph T Rowley" at TNA, gone from Navy List by January 1869)
  24. Edward Broughton Eyre
  25. Lorenzo Alexander ("L Alexander" at TNA, gone from Navy List by January 1869)
  26. Edward Mervyn Archdale
  27. Francis Simpson Ommanney
  28. Richard Poore
  29. Arthur Lloyd Babington
  30. James Henry Thomas Burke
  31. Radolph Augustus Arnold Lambart
  32. James Pipon Montgomery
  33. Reginald FitzHarding Berkely Portman ("R B Portman" at TNA, gone from Navy List by January 1869)
  34. William John Henry Huton ("William John Henry Auton" at TNA, gone from Navy List by January 1869)
  35. Ernest Frederick Henry Bathurst ("Earnest" in The Times)
  36. Francis Octavius Passy
  37. Francis Edmund Groube
  38. Stephen Lushington Carr ("Stephen L Carr" at TNA, gone from Navy List by January 1869)
  39. George Latham Blacker Bennett
  40. John George Jenkins
  41. Lord Maurice Fitzgerald
  42. Frederick St. George Rich
  43. Arthur Granville Kempe
  44. John Gibbings
  45. Ernest Duncombe
  46. Arthur Robert Francis Bailey
  47. Francis Strickland
  48. William Burges Norcott
  49. Alan Bruce Leslie

Additionally, the Service Record of Francis John Oldfield Thomas might indicate that he was also part of this term.

TODO: There is information in the source indicating their prior education which I have not applied here

Footnotes

  1. "Royal Naval College." The Times (London, England), Wednesday, Dec 12, 1866; pg. 10; Issue 25679.
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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.