Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of July, 1893

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Competitive examinations on 13-14 June produced the following list of successful candidates for cadetships, presented here in order of merit.[1] Those marked with an asterisk were prepared by Mr. Montagu H. Foster of Stubbington House School.

  1. Leslie Drew Fisher
  2. Joseph Charles Walrond Henley
  3. George Lawrence Massey
  4. Cyril St. Clair Cameron
  5. Eric Walter Harbord*
  6. Ruric Henry Waring*
  7. Edward Astley Astley-Rushton
  8. Reginald Ernest Marcon "Marion" in the source
  9. Francis George Gillilan Chilton
  10. Charles Stuart Forbes*
  11. Charles Rodney Blane "Bland" in the source
  12. William Henry Philpot Bourne*
  13. Henry Coulson Bridges
  14. Llewellyn Evan Hugh Llewellyn
  15. Wion de Malpas Egerton
  16. Hugh Seymour
  17. Charles Ewer Cundall
  18. John Claud Cole-Hamilton
  19. Henry George Homer Adams*
  20. Alexander Robinson Palmer
  21. "Ward" (I have no good guess)
  22. Longuet Macdonald Darbyshire*
  23. Charles Wolfran Round-Turner
  24. Archibald Campbell Goolden
  25. Henry Percy Smyth-Osbourne
  26. George Johnstone
  27. John Leslie Whitehead Allison*
  28. Arthur Edwin Hale Ley*
  29. Stanley Tunstal Haverfield Wilton
  30. Godfrey Francis William Grayson*
  31. Robert Candlish Hocking
  32. Arthur Vivian Whitehead
  33. Arthur Milward Stancomb
  34. Edmund Laurence Braithwaite Lockyer
  35. George Percy Legard
  36. "Judd" (I have no good idea)
  37. Percival Scott Rickcord*
  38. Henry Gerard Laurence Oliphant*
  39. Marcus Knox Johnson ("Johnston" in the source)
  40. Philip Henry White
  41. Maxwell Hendry Maxwell-Anderson
  42. Archibald Charles Cole
  43. Malcolm Henry Somerled Macdonald
  44. William Henry Strickland Ball
  45. Charles Henry Davey ("Davy")
  46. Cospatrick Philip Brooke Dundas
  47. "C. Johnston" (I have no good guess)
  48. Thomas Bodley Scott
  49. Arthur Gardiner Muller
  50. Kenneth Gilbert Balmain Dewar
  51. Geoffrey Mackworth ("Macworth")
  52. John Smythe Harris
  53. Arthur Leslie Gresson*
  54. John Arthur Fellows*
  55. "Jones"* -- James Jones or Edward Raynon Jones
  56. Francis Mary Hodgson*
  57. William Cadman
  58. John Hugh Bainbridge

The Service Records of the following men may indicate that they were also part of this term:

Footnotes

  1. "Naval Cadetships". Hampshire Telegraph and Naval Chronicle, (Portsmouth, England) 8 July, 1893. p. 5.
Term Intakes into H.M.S. Britannia
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1870-1879
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1890-1899
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Jan, 1894 | Jul, 1894 | Jan, 1895 | Jul, 1895 | Jan, 1896 | Jul, 1896 | Jan, 1897 | May, 1897 | Sep, 1897
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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.