Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of July, 1892

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The following candidates were accepted for cadetships following examinations on 14 June and following days, listed in order of merit.[1]

  1. Barry Edward Domvile
  2. The Hon. Richard Orlando Beaconsfield Bridgeman
  3. Arthur Charles Fellowes ("Fallowes" in Daily News)
  4. Harold Dreyer Warburg
  5. Walter John Challoner Lake
  6. Roger Roland Charles Backhouse
  7. Herbert Arthur Buchanan-Wollaston
  8. Charles Frederick Ballard
  9. Stephen Newcome
  10. Philip Henry Trimmer
  11. Francis Ernest Seymour
  12. Philip Sidney Ronayne Conron ("Conson" in Daily News)
  13. Henry Haire-Forster
  14. Thomas Edmund Harrison
  15. G. V. Rayment (not found at TNA)
  16. Alfred Frank St. Clair Armitage
  17. Francis Fabian Chapman
  18. James Lisber Melvile ("Melvill" in Daily News)
  19. Arthur Goodenough Craufurd (may have actually entered in January, 1893)
  20. A. E. Cayzer (not found at TNA)
  21. John Lewis Pearson
  22. Edward Tyrrell Inman
  23. Harry Lumsden Boyle
  24. Edward Harry Fletcher Boughey
  25. Frank Forester Rose (may have actually entered in January, 1893)
  26. R. H. D. Hicks (not found at TNA)
  27. The Hon. Arthur Charles Strutt
  28. Albert Reginald Wheler Sartorius ("A. R. W. Sartorius" in Daily News)
  29. Colpoys Cleland Walcott
  30. Reginald Henniker-Heaton
  31. Gerald Edward Maltby
  32. Francis Arthur Marten
  33. Francis Simon Rising
  34. Lewis Tobias Loftus Jones
  35. Thomas Leigh Goldie
  36. Frederick William Talbot-Ponsonby
  37. James Hill Aitken
  38. Oswyn Smith
  39. Benjamin Wingate Barrow
  40. J. H. Roberts (not found at TNA)
  41. Paul Farrar Croggon Backhouse
  42. Thomas Christopher Harry Williams
  43. Lawrence Walter Braithwaite
  44. Oliver Swann ("Sioann"?)
  45. C. H. Campbell (not found at TNA)
  46. Arthur Lionel Snagge
  47. Wilfred Greville Martin Way
  48. Charles Lind Lamont Young
  49. Denis Agar Richard Kirwan
  50. Eric John Arthur Fullerton
  51. Manuel Dasent
  52. Winstanley Robert Coverdale Moorson ("Moorsom" in Daily News)
  53. Arthur William George Ridings (Lt. Col. in the R.M.)
  54. Leonard Wykeham Patch
  55. Vaughan Alexander Edward Hanning-Lee
  56. Harry MacLeod Fraser

Harry Christopher Shaw Rawson qualified for a Service Cadetship and John May and John Walsh Carrington for Colonial Cadetships.

Additionally, the Service Records of the following men may indicate that they, too were part of this term:

Footnotes

  1. "Cadetships in the Royal Navy" Daily News (London, England) 14 July, 1892, p. 3.
Term Intakes into H.M.S. Britannia
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1890-1899
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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.