Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of January, 1882

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The following thirty-three candidates received naval cadetships, in order of merit.[1]

  1. Arthur Watson, 1490 (b. 4 Aug 1868, withdrew as Midshipman to enter Army 9 Oct 1885)
  2. Osmond de Beauvoir Brock, 1444
  3. Adolphus Huddlestone Williamson, 1415
  4. St. John Henry Wagstaffe, 1300 (b. 3 Feb 1869, in Dec 1890 he resigned as Sub Lt. to avoid C.M., and having attempted suicide)
  5. Ronald Arthur Hopwood, 1274
  6. Beauchamp St. John Bellairs, 1253 (b. 17 Jul 1868, d 22 May 1898 as Lt.)
  7. Guy Lutley Sclater, 1251
  8. William Edmund Oliver, 1236
  9. Frederick Greville Egerton, 1226 (b. 15 Apr 1869, killed in action at Ladysmith as Lt., May 1899)
  10. Clement Greatorex, 1185
  11. Hugh Reid Tilly, 1152 (b. 21 Jan 1869, d. 26 Nov 1889 as acting Sub Lt. at Haslar of enteric fever)
  12. Robert Woodyear Glennie, 1140
  13. Arthur Hearle Tremayne, 1065
  14. Robert Otway Hamilton Beamish, 1059 (b. 1 Sep 1868, resigned as acting Sub Lt. 22 Jun 1890 due to personal affairs)
  15. Walter Lionel Berkeley Molyneux, 1052 (b. 27 Aug 1868, retired 10 Apr 1902, promoted Lt Cdr. (retired) in 1905, d. 27 Jun 1928)
  16. Frederic William Dean, 1041
  17. Vivian Henry Gerald Bernard, 1022
  18. Lord Percy Sholto Douglas, 1015 (b. 13 Oct 1868, withdrawn from service as Midshipman 10 Dec 1885 at request of father)
  19. John H. Fuge, 1013 (not found at TNA)
  20. Odiarne Unett Coates, 1002
  21. Edward Henry Fitzhardinge Heaton-Ellis, 1000
  22. Charles Frederick Thorp, 997
  23. Noel Grant, 995
  24. George H. Johnstone, 992 (not found at TNA)
  25. Edward A. Wise, 933 (not found at TNA)
  26. Howard Fiennes Julius Rowley, 941
  27. Sampson Sladen, 907 (not found at TNA)
  28. Charles Reginald Curtis and Compton Charles Domvile (b. 21 Nov 1868, resigned 8 May 1890 as acting Sub Lt.), 902
  29. above two tied
  30. Frederic Godfrey Bird and Lawrence E. Maberly (not found at TNA), 895
  31. above two tied
  32. Henry William Armstrong, 889 (b. 2 Dec 1868, discharged 1890 as acting Sub Lt. having failed exams)
  33. Benjamin Seymour Guinness, 882 (b. 18 Nov 1868, resigned mid Nov 1891 as Lt.)

Footnotes

  1. "Naval Cadetships." The Times (London, England), Saturday, Dec 10, 1881; pg. 11; Issue 30374.
Term Intakes into H.M.S. Britannia
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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.