Category:Training Establishment Entrants of January, 1917

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The Times reported that ninety-six candidates were accepted for Naval Cadetships after qualifying examinations for the Royal Naval College, Osborne term of January, 1917.[1]

In alphabetical order, they were:

  1. Hugh Mortimer Adye
  2. Arthur Barclay Alison
  3. Jack Richmond Allfrey
  4. Francis Barchard
  5. Bruce Eversley Belfield
  6. Christopher Alan Boardman
  7. John Wells Booth
  8. James Arthur Forde Bourne
  9. Wilfred Geoffrey Brittain
  10. Cuthbert Harold Septimus Buckmaster
  11. Irwin Bernard Burke
  12. The Hon. Horace Somerset Edmund Butler
  13. George Arthur Francis Byng
  14. Nigel Keith Chapman
  15. John Hugh Charsley
  16. Roger Simon Woodchurch Clarke
  17. Christopher Bryan Stracey Cletherow
  18. William George Coventry
  19. John Desmond Cranley
  20. Robert Hoyle Craske
  21. Alan Craufurd
  22. Aubrey Cyril Markham David
  23. Denis Worth Deane
  24. Geoffrey Charteris Duncan
  25. Vincent Ashforth Blundell Dunkerley
  26. Viscount John Anthony Alexander Rous Dunwich
  27. Arthur Travers Edgington
  28. John Fair
  29. Angus Arthur Ferguson
  30. George Cuthbert Irwin Ferguson
  31. Ralph Lindsay Fisher
  32. John William Forrest
  33. Francis George Walcott Fosbery
  34. Charles Daniell Fry
  35. George Michael Fleetwood Fuller
  36. Joseph Sydney Gabbett
  37. Edward Albert Gibbs
  38. Francis Ellis James Gilman
  39. Alan Forbes Bourne Glennie
  40. Charles Woolven Greening (given as "Woollven" in The Times)
  41. John Wellington Hall
  42. Duncan Hamish Harper
  43. Owen Maxwell Henzell
  44. Patrick Champain Hill
  45. William Theobald Hindson (his Service Record indicates he entered in May, 1917)
  46. Thomas Sturges Jackson
  47. Humphrey Leoline Jenkins
  48. Richard George Kirby Knowling
  49. John Trevor Lean
  50. John Hext Lewes
  51. Robert Clive Leyland
  52. Alastair Foulds MacMillan (may be "Foukis"? not found at TNA)
  53. Jeffrey Lawrence Frecric Manning
  54. Edward Blunden Martino
  55. Joseph Eric Henry Mason
  56. Ronald de Couves Matthews
  57. Arthur Hugh Elsdale Molson
  58. Robert Frederick Moss
  59. Arthur Ronald Murray-Smith
  60. Cholmondeley Nelson
  61. John Ralph Fraser Newnham
  62. John Blair Nicholson
  63. Brian Ivor O'Donnell
  64. Alban Lloyd Owen
  65. John Denis Cavendish Pelly
  66. Guy Philpott
  67. Montagu Western Plumtre
  68. Brian Thomas Plunket
  69. Henry Townsend Powell
  70. Philip Coleby Ransome
  71. Terence Corin Robinson
  72. Richard John Hammersley Ryan
  73. Philip Heyworth Selbie
  74. John Michael Smallwood
  75. Frank Macdonell Snaith (last name very unsure, not found at TNA)
  76. Robert William Stirling-Hamilton
  77. Ralph Francis Ewart Stoney
  78. John Francis Allan Swallow
  79. Charles Francis Joseph Tiffin
  80. Henry Castlehow Toppin
  81. John Ynyr George Torlesse
  82. Geoffrey Arthur Towle
  83. Seymour Charles Tuke
  84. Claude Stuart Bull Turnbull
  85. Claud William Carpenter Turner
  86. Douglas Lowndes Tyson
  87. Thomas Arthur Hunter Walker
  88. Robert Spencer Warne
  89. William Arthur Capron Watson
  90. Mark Edlin Welby
  91. John Francis Whitfield
  92. Percy Lionel Bethune Wills
  93. Terence Walter Fletcher Windrum
  94. William Henry Wood
  95. Philip Cecil Langdon Yorke
  96. Malcolm Henry Cathcart Young

TODO: add previous schooling info from source article

Additionally, the service records of the following men suggest that they may also have been in this term:

  1. Ivo Thomas Clark

Passing out of Dartmouth

Footnotes

  1. "Naval Cadetships." The Times (London, England), Saturday, Dec 23, 1916; pg. 11; Issue 41358.
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