Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of September, 1904

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The top forty-eight scores in the competitive examinations for the September 1904 entrance term for Britannia produced the following successful candidates for Naval Cadetships, in order of merit:[1]

  1. Geoffrey David Taylor
  2. Victor Hilary Danckwerts
  3. Donald Kenneth Rotherham
  4. Henry Norman Lesley
  5. Francis William Crowther
  6. Frederick Henry Gunton Turner
  7. Sir James Henry Domville, Bart.
  8. Eldred Stuart Brooksmith
  9. Ronald William Blacklock
  10. Gerald Percival Bowen
  11. Henry Ernest Smyth
  12. Henry Hugh Bousfield
  13. Kenneth Harry Litton MacKenzie
  14. Quintin Denis Fildes
  15. Edward Geldard Stanley
  16. Reginald Nash
  17. Norman Whitehead
  18. Leonard Hale White
  19. Thomas Aislabie Powell and Horace Victor Silk
  20. above two tied
  21. Francis James Ratcliff
  22. Charles Manners Sutton Chapman
  23. Frederick Arthur Peere Williams-Freeman and Eric Bannerman Tod
  24. above two tied
  25. Charles Henry Champness
  26. John Foster Barham Carslake
  27. Ernest George Ebblewhite
  28. Cuthbert Reginald Leatham Kenworthy
  29. Arthur Duncan Read
  30. Charles Reid Peploe
  31. Christopher Henry Petrie
  32. Herbert Owen
  33. H. D. Rivers (not found at TNA)
  34. Hugh Philip Middleton
  35. Basil Ashby Taylor
  36. Edward Eliot
  37. Joseph Horsfield
  38. Douglas John Claris
  39. Griffith Wilfred Norman Boynton
  40. Herbert Masterman Hughes
  41. The Hon. Francis Laurance William Vernon
  42. Hubert Lloyd Barrow
  43. Hamilton Edward Snepp
  44. Arthur Bowness Currey Gibson
  45. Cyril George Bucknill Coltart
  46. Eric William Malcolm King
  47. Charles Maurice Blackman
  48. Frederick Thomas de Mallet Morgan

In addition, Ernald Lushington Morant was granted a Colonial Cadetship and George Gordon Dustan Salmon a Service Cadetship.

Additionally, the Service Records of the following men suggest that they may also have belonged to this term:

  1. Harry Dunbar Dunbar-Dunbar-Rivers
  2. William Richard Schofield
  3. Hamilton Edward Scott

H.M.S. Isis Prize List

Another article details the prize list and order of passing-out from H.M.S. Isis in December, 1905.[2]

Footnotes

  1. "Naval & Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Saturday, Aug 13, 1904; pg. 12; Issue 37472.
  2. "Naval & Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Wednesday, Dec 20, 1905; pg. 7; Issue 37895.
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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.