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There were forty-eight Naval Cadets in this term, the two most notable members being Prince Albert Edward Victor and Prince George (later [[George V of the United Kingdom]]), sons of the Prince of Wales (later [[Edward VII of the United Kingdom]]).<ref>Wester Wemyss.  ''Life and Letters''.  p. 26.</ref>  The successful candidates for Naval Cadetships at the examination held in June, 1877, were, in order of merit:<ref>"Naval Cadetships" (News).  ''The Times''.  Saturday, 30 June, 1877.  Issue '''28982''', col A, p. 14.</ref>
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There were forty-eight Naval Cadets in this term, the two most notable members being Prince Albert Edward Victor and Prince George (later [[George V|George V of the United Kingdom]]), sons of the Prince of Wales (later [[Edward VII of the United Kingdom]]).<ref>Wester Wemyss.  ''Life and Letters''.  p. 26.</ref>   
  
# [[Angel Hope Freeman]].
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The successful candidates for Naval Cadetships at the examination held in June, 1877, were, in order of merit:<ref>"Naval Cadetships" (News).  ''The Times''.  Saturday, 30 June, 1877.  Issue '''28982''', col A, p. 14.</ref>
# [[Lord Francis Granville Godolphin Osborne]].
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# [[Charles Hamilton Askwith]].
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# [[Angel Hope Freeman]]
# [[Walter John Wyndham Steward]].
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# [[Lord Francis Granville Godolphin Osborne]]
# [[Francis James Patteson]].
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# [[Charles Hamilton Askwith]]
# [[John Hercules Robertson]].
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# [[Walter John Wyndham Steward]]
# [[Laurence Eliot Power]].
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# [[Francis James Patteson]]
# [[Bertie Angelo Cator]].
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# [[John Hercules Robertson]]
# [[Augustus Richard Charles Warren]].
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# [[Laurence Eliot Power]]
# [[Cunningham Robert de Clare Foot]].
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# [[Bertie Angelo Cator]]
# [[Edward Stafford Fitzherbert, Thirteenth Baron Stafford|Edward Stafford Fitzherbert]].
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# [[Augustus Richard Charles Warren]]
# [[Robert Edmund Ross Benson]].
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# [[Cunningham Robert de Clare Foot]]
# [[Douglas Francis Robinson]].
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# [[Edward Stafford Fitzherbert, Thirteenth Baron Stafford|Edward Stafford Fitzherbert]]
# [[Charles Leopold Cust]] and [[Robert Graham Speirs Home]].
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# [[Robert Edmund Ross Benson]]
# Joint fourteenth.
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# [[Douglas Francis Robinson]]
# [[Charles Joseph Thaddeus Dormer, Fourteenth Baron Dormer|Charles Joseph Thaddeus Dormer]] and [[Sidney Grenfell Maxwell]].
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# [[Charles Leopold Cust]] and [[Robert Graham Speirs Home]]
# Joint sixteenth.
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# above two tied
# [[Rosslyn Erskine Wemyss, First Baron Wester Wemyss|Rosslyn Erskine Wemyss]].
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# [[Charles Joseph Thaddeus Dormer, Fourteenth Baron Dormer|Charles Joseph Thaddeus Dormer]] and [[Sidney Grenfell Maxwell]]
# [[George Whiteside Hillyard]].
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# above two tied
# [[Mark Edward Frederic Kerr]].
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# [[Rosslyn Erskine Wemyss, First Baron Wester Wemyss|Rosslyn Erskine Wemyss]]
# [[Cecil Foley Lambert]].
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# [[George Whiteside Hillyard]]
# [[Arthur Parkinson James]].
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# [[Mark Edward Frederic Kerr]]
# [[William Lowther Grant]].
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# [[Cecil Foley Lambert]]
# [[Francis Joseph Boord]] and [[Arthur Trevelyan Taylor]].
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# [[Arthur Parkinson James]]
# Joint twenty-fourth.
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# [[William Lowther Grant]]
# [[Robert John Predergast]].
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# [[Francis Joseph Boord]] and [[Arthur Trevelyan Taylor]]
# Hon. [[George Arthur Hardinge]].
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# above two tied
# [[Richard Brian Bartelot England]].
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# [[Robert John Predergast]]
# [[Henry Thompson]].
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# Hon. [[George Arthur Hardinge]]
# [[Ralph Hudleston]], Retired as Captain, 17 April, 1912.
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# [[Richard Brian Bartelot England]]
# [[Arthur Cole Lowry]].
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# [[Henry Thompson]]
# [[Francis Fitzgerald Haworth-Booth]].
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# [[Ralph Hudleston]]
# [[Morgan Singer]].
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# [[Arthur Cole Lowry]]
# [[Thomas Shirley Gooch]].
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# [[Francis Fitzgerald Haworth-Booth]]
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# [[Morgan Singer]]
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# [[Thomas Shirley Gooch]]
 
# [[John Reginald Hargreaves]] and [[Stewart Carnac Weigall]]
 
# [[John Reginald Hargreaves]] and [[Stewart Carnac Weigall]]
# Joint thirty-fifth.
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# above two tied
 
# [[Heathcoat Salusbury Grant]]
 
# [[Heathcoat Salusbury Grant]]
# [[William George Christie Walter]].
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# [[William George Christie Walter]]
# [[Edward Matthew Hale]] and [[Ralph George Loftus Tottenham]].
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# [[Edward Matthew Hale]] and [[Ralph George Loftus Tottenham]]
# Joint thirty-ninth.
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# above two tied
 
# W. O. Besson?
 
# W. O. Besson?
# [[Robert Keith Arbuthnot, Fourth Baronet|Robert Keith Arbuthnot]], killed on Active Service as a Rear-Admiral, 31 May, 1916.
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# [[Robert Keith Arbuthnot, Fourth Baronet|Robert Keith Arbuthnot]]
 
# [[Eustace William Clitheroe]]
 
# [[Eustace William Clitheroe]]
# [[Patrick Maxwell Stewart]].
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# [[Patrick Maxwell Stewart]]
# [[Allan Hamilton Ozzard]].
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# [[Allan Hamilton Ozzard]]
# [[Ralph Alexander Maude]].
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# [[Ralph Alexander Maude]]
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The source article did not mention the prior schooling of the successful candidates.
  
 
==Footnotes==
 
==Footnotes==
 
{{reflist}}
 
{{reflist}}
  
==Bibliography==
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{{Britannia Terms}}
{{refbegin}}
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*"Naval Cadetships" (News).  ''The Times''.  Saturday, 30 June, 1877.  Issue '''28982''', col A, p. 14.
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*{{BibWesterWemyssLife}}
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{{refend}}
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[[Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Terms|1877/7]]
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Latest revision as of 14:38, 9 August 2019

There were forty-eight Naval Cadets in this term, the two most notable members being Prince Albert Edward Victor and Prince George (later George V of the United Kingdom), sons of the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of the United Kingdom).[1]

The successful candidates for Naval Cadetships at the examination held in June, 1877, were, in order of merit:[2]

  1. Angel Hope Freeman
  2. Lord Francis Granville Godolphin Osborne
  3. Charles Hamilton Askwith
  4. Walter John Wyndham Steward
  5. Francis James Patteson
  6. John Hercules Robertson
  7. Laurence Eliot Power
  8. Bertie Angelo Cator
  9. Augustus Richard Charles Warren
  10. Cunningham Robert de Clare Foot
  11. Edward Stafford Fitzherbert
  12. Robert Edmund Ross Benson
  13. Douglas Francis Robinson
  14. Charles Leopold Cust and Robert Graham Speirs Home
  15. above two tied
  16. Charles Joseph Thaddeus Dormer and Sidney Grenfell Maxwell
  17. above two tied
  18. Rosslyn Erskine Wemyss
  19. George Whiteside Hillyard
  20. Mark Edward Frederic Kerr
  21. Cecil Foley Lambert
  22. Arthur Parkinson James
  23. William Lowther Grant
  24. Francis Joseph Boord and Arthur Trevelyan Taylor
  25. above two tied
  26. Robert John Predergast
  27. Hon. George Arthur Hardinge
  28. Richard Brian Bartelot England
  29. Henry Thompson
  30. Ralph Hudleston
  31. Arthur Cole Lowry
  32. Francis Fitzgerald Haworth-Booth
  33. Morgan Singer
  34. Thomas Shirley Gooch
  35. John Reginald Hargreaves and Stewart Carnac Weigall
  36. above two tied
  37. Heathcoat Salusbury Grant
  38. William George Christie Walter
  39. Edward Matthew Hale and Ralph George Loftus Tottenham
  40. above two tied
  41. W. O. Besson?
  42. Robert Keith Arbuthnot
  43. Eustace William Clitheroe
  44. Patrick Maxwell Stewart
  45. Allan Hamilton Ozzard
  46. Ralph Alexander Maude

The source article did not mention the prior schooling of the successful candidates.

Footnotes

  1. Wester Wemyss. Life and Letters. p. 26.
  2. "Naval Cadetships" (News). The Times. Saturday, 30 June, 1877. Issue 28982, col A, p. 14.
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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.