Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of October, 1864

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Eighty-nine candidates for Naval Cadetships produced forty-six successful candidates for First-Class Cadet, and thirteen for Second-Class.[1]

Information in the source article pertaining to the preparation of the candidates is not reproduced here.

First-Class Cadets

  1. Vernon Archibald Tisdall
  2. Edward Ponsonby
  3. Francis John Hamilton Scott Napier
  4. Frank Henry Rogers
  5. W. J. Norcock (not found at TNA)
  6. Henry Stanley Clarke
  7. John Warde Osborne
  8. Thomas Hadley
  9. Charles Henry Adair
  10. Henry Bigg Warren
  11. John Edward Bearcroft
  12. George Keith Gordon
  13. Robert L. Mayne (at TNA by middle initial)
  14. Gerald Murray Richardson
  15. Francis Peter Carey
  16. William Carmichael Forrest
  17. Robert McArthur Sparrow
  18. James Beckford Hay
  19. C. McL. Le Blanc (at TNA as Midshipman "C. Le Blanc")
  20. Stewart L. D. Ryder (at TNA as Midshipman with initials "L. D.")
  21. E. A. Hobson (at TNA as Midshipman "E. A. Hobson")
  22. James William Burden (as "J. Burder" in The Morning Post)
  23. William Pierre Lunell Heyland
  24. The Hon. Basil Napier
  25. Frederick Edward Strickland
  26. James Alan Ward
  27. The Hon. A. G. C. Cole (not found at TNA)
  28. Edward Knipe
  29. Gerald Privers Maltby
  30. Michael Pelham O'Callaghan
  31. William Henry Webster
  32. T. St. John G. Clarke (not found at TNA)
  33. Cecil Molyneux Gilbert Cooper
  34. Francis Raymond Pelly (as "Pelley")
  35. Henry W. Phelps (at TNA as "Henry W. Phelps")
  36. F. D. S. Scott (not found at TNA)
  37. John Pemberton Plumtre Coote
  38. George Henry Cotton Stapleton
  39. D'Arcy Meynell Rudston Read
  40. James Brant
  41. Edward V. Burridge (at TNA as Midshipman "Edward V. Burridge")
  42. G. A. Walmsley (not found at TNA)
  43. George Henry Cherry
  44. Lionel Richard Cavendish Boyle
  45. Charles Spencer Elton
  46. Robert Kyle McAlpine

Second-Class Cadets

  1. Charles William May
  2. Edward Wright Wild
  3. Valentine David Hughes
  4. Eland Hewetson Hugh Mossom
  5. Arthur Johnston Lake
  6. Arthur Haverzal
  7. Herbert Swire
  8. William Britford Harris
  9. Henry Bedder Newton
  10. Henry Donegan
  11. Duncan Andrew Richmond
  12. William Henry Hellyer Rowe
  13. George Anthony Warleigh

Footnotes

  1. "The Royal Naval College" The Morning Post (London, England) 14 September 1864, p. 2.
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.

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