Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of July, 1885

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Examinations which began on 10 June provided the following list of successful candidates for naval cadetships in the July 1885 term at H.M.S. Britannia.[1]

  1. Harry Delacombe, 1402 marks
  2. Cecil Eustace Rooke, 1373
  3. Frederick Wingfield Leith, 1339
  4. Charles Edward Beeby Colbeck, 1323
  5. Ralph Philip Clutton, 1322
  6. Aubrey Clare Hugh Smith, 1258
  7. William Nevill England, 1224
  8. Robert William Dalgety, 1202
  9. Herbert Charles John Grant, 1180
  10. Archibald Bertram Watson Higginson, 1170
  11. Charles Julian Begbie, 1168
  12. Sydney Stewart Hall, 1165
  13. Hector Lloyd Watts-Jones, 1163
  14. William Hampton Gervis, 1162
  15. Eric Charrington, 1145
  16. Hugh Dudley Richards Watson, 1118
  17. Riby Henry Parry Kewley, 1116
  18. Francis Wade Caulfeild, 1113
  19. Robert Gwynne Corbett, 1109
  20. Henry Arthur Gillett, 1103
  21. Philip Streatfeild, 1088
  22. Charles Tibbits, 1085
  23. Arthur John Payne, 1034
  24. Roger John Brownlow Keyes, 1073
  25. James Upton Yonge, 1026
  26. Cecil Ryther Acklom, 1021
  27. Louis Charles Stirling Woollcombe, 1009
  28. Henry Leslie Harris, 1004
  29. Harry Hesketh Smyth, 983
  30. Tristan Dannreuther, 973
  31. Colin Mackenzie, 956
  32. Albert Charles Scott, 954
  33. John Bentley Michell, 951
  34. Frank Chaplyn Grover, 946 (tie)
  35. Henry Cecil Carr, 946 (tie)
  36. Bernard Long, 942 (tie)
  37. Arthur Edward Phillips, 942 (tie)
  38. Oscar Matthew Makins, 937

Additionally, Lewis Dudley Penfold qualified for a Service Cadetship.

Footnotes

  1. "Cadetships In The Navy." The Times (London, England), Monday, Jun 22, 1885; pg. 12; Issue 31479.