Category:Training Establishment Entrants of January, 1906

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Sixty-nine men were accepted for Naval Cadetships after qualifying examinations for the Royal Naval College, Osborne term of January, 1906. They joined the college on 11 January.[1]

The first article cataloguing their intake specifies sixty-six names:[2]

  1. Frank Maclean Abbott
  2. Duke John Anderson-Morshead
  3. Leslie Haliburton Ashmore
  4. Maurice William Bailward
  5. Hugh Merriman Barnes
  6. Geoffrey Harry Verrall Bayfield
  7. Lawrence Hodson Bayley
  8. Walter Napier Thomason Beckett
  9. Charles Pierre Berthon
  10. Cyril Whichelo Bower
  11. Charles Roy Brent
  12. Cyril Aubrey Hamilton Brooking
  13. Samuel Arthur Brooks
  14. George Herbert Hempson Brown
  15. Cyril Ross Browne
  16. Vere Anthony Francis St. Clair Burghersh
  17. William Jardine Burnie
  18. Henry James Francis Cavendish
  19. Henry Mitford Amherst Cecil
  20. Glyn Campbell Hollingsworth Clayton
  21. Hugh Trevor Dawson
  22. John Scott Dove
  23. Basil Nugent Downie
  24. Michael Edmund East
  25. George Haines Faulkner
  26. W. A. Fausset (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  27. Leslie Langton Forwood (? in ADM 339 for some reason)
  28. Roderick Charles Alister Gow
  29. John Eckford Hacket
  30. Philip Harlock
  31. Douglas Harries
  32. Geoffrey Bateman Hope
  33. Francis Grant Hunter
  34. Edmund Valentine Jeffreys
  35. Charles Gray Pitcairn Jones
  36. Vero Elliot Kemball
  37. Richard John Boulderson Kenderdine
  38. Harold Richard George Kinahan
  39. William Stephen Richard King-Hall
  40. Henry Neville Lake
  41. Herbert Arthur Cambridge Lane
  42. R. H. M. Lee (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  43. H. C. Lloyd (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  44. Paul Alaric Masters Long
  45. Rhoderick Robert McGrigor
  46. William Ivan Lawrence MacEwan
  47. C. F. Maunsell (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  48. Ian Honnor Morten
  49. J. E. M. Nead (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  50. Edmond Henry O'Conor
  51. W. S. Oliver-Jones (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  52. Reay Parkinson
  53. Caradoc Stuart MacLeod Prinsep
  54. Eric Ridsdale Reed
  55. Clive Askew Robinson
  56. Harris William Skrine
  57. Kenneth Parland Poyntz Stewart
  58. W. D. K. Thellusson (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  59. Alpin Erroll Thomson
  60. Foley Gerald Prendergast Vereker
  61. Gerald Harman Warner
  62. Edward Murray Conrad Wedemeyer
  63. Arthur Eric Pole Welman
  64. G. A. G. Williams (not found in TNA or Navy Lists of July 1908 or March 1913)
  65. Kenneth Barlow Williams
  66. Arthur Guy Norris Wyatt

To these might be added the following men whose Service Records indicate they, too, were part of this term:

Passing Out of Dartmouth

Another article in The Times reports on the part one examinations in April, 1910 whose seventy-seven cadets include many of the above.[3]

Footnotes

  1. "Naval And Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Friday, Jan 12, 1906; pg. 8; Issue 37915.
  2. "Naval And Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Thursday, Dec 21, 1905; pg. 6; Issue 37896.
  3. "Naval And Military. Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Saturday, Apr 30, 1910; pg. 5; Issue 39260.
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