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THE AVALVERN REGISTER 

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AALVERN REGISTER 



1865-1904. 



ORIGINALLY COMPILED AND ARRANGED BY 

L. S. MILWARD anp E. C. BULLOCK. 



SECOND EDITION. 

REVISED AND BROUGHT UP TO DATE BY 

R. T. C. COOKSON. 



Malvern : 

Printed and Published at the Office of the 
♦'Malvern Advertiser." 



1964- 



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1S* 

ALL WALVERNIANS 

PAST AND PRESENT. 



CONTENTS. 



Editor's Preface ... 

Preface to First Edition ... 

Preface to Second Edition 

Chronological Summary 

The Cricket Ground in the Sixties 

The Council 

Register of Masters 

Table of Masters' Houses 



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The Malvern Register 
Addenda 

Appendices : — 

Honours List ... 
Scholarships ... 
School Prizes ... 
Heads of School 
Choir Masters 
Singing Cup 
Cricket 
Football 
Swimming 
Racquets 
Fives ... 
Gymnastics 
Athletics 
Artillery Corps 



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Index of Malvernians 



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EDITOR'S PREFACE. 



In the preparation of the second edition of the 
Register, the whole of the ground covered by the first 
edition has been revised, and the entries of the last 
ten years (1894-1904) have been added. In spite, 
however, of exhaustive searching in Lists and 
Directories of all kinds, it is only too obvious that 
there are still many names to which but little record 
is attached. Since the publication of the former 
edition, records of the doings of Old Malvernians have 
as far as possible been kept, and it is hoped that 
a good deal written on the early entries will be found 
to be new. The Editor, however, feels that even the 
entries of the last ten years are not as complete as they 
might be — a state of things largely due to the in- 
difference with which the circular was received in some 
quarters ; this has given an increased amount of work 
which should have been quite unnecessary. 

The Editor is extremely grateful for the kind words 
of encouragement sent by Old Malvernians from all 
parts of the world, as well as for many useful suggestions. 
Some of the latter have been embodied in the present 
issue ; others, unfortunately, could not be made use of, 
either from lack of space or for other reasons. It was 
thought to be unnecessary to publish detailed lists of 
Old Malvernians in the Army, Navy, and other pro- 
b 



x Editor's Preface. 

fessions — especially as it is believed there is in course 
of preparation, from another pen, a list of Old Mal- 
vernians serving in the Army, and other leaflets may 
soon be forthcoming. 

In conclusion, the Editor wishes to take this oppor- 
tunity of thanking a large number of Malvernians for 
interesting information of themselves and their con- 
temporaries, and in particular, Mr. H. Kempson, Hon. 
Sec. of the Old Malvernian Society, who has rendered 
the utmost assistance to the Editor by the loan of 
old lists and Afalvcrniatts, and who has been as inde- 
fatigable as successful in finding addresses; also Mr. 
H. A. Drew (O.M.) for many corrections and additions 
to the first edition, and Mr. H. G. C. Salmon for help 
in revising the proofs. 



PREFACE TO FIRST EDITION. 



A glance at this work will show that it professes to 
be a School Register of Malvern College, and that it 
contains, besides an article on the School Sports, an 
Introduction in its front from a pen that is quite capable 
of writing it. It seems that it must have a Preface 
also. There is a rage, we are told, in these introspective 
days, for Prefaces and Prologues. No book that 
respects itself, not even a book of reference, can dispense 
with its Preface. It is a noble rage, but one a little 
difficult to understand, more difficult still to defend. 
Good wine needs no bush ; and if the wine is bad, no 
bush — not the thickest and the most flowering—will carry 
that wine off. Perhaps a Preface to a School Register 
is less unintelligible than many : at least in this par- 
ticular case there is something for the Preface to say. 

The authorities, who had to weigh the expediency of 
publishing this Register, may very well have spent 
some anxious time on the consideration. Many Schools 
have issued similar Registers during the last ten or 
fifteen years. One shelf of the Library in a certain 
Cathedral minster is nearly filled with such School 
Registers. Thirty years ago that shelf would have 
harboured no such inmates ; either it would have stood 
empty, or it would have contained classics of rare 
edition, such as a bibliopole values, but values too 



xii Preface to First Edition. 

much to open. Well, there the Registers are ; and 
they are Registers of distinguished Schools, too, of 
Schools second to none — not even to each other. A 
body could not err, one might think, in following their 
precedent. By all means, therefore, let us register ! 
But it occurs to one, on reflection, that after all these 
Registers have only just been published, only yesterday, 
as it were. Perhaps it is a school that celebrates its 
centenary, bicentenary, quingentenary, what not ? 
that is to say, it is half as old — to deal liberally with 
fractions — half as old as the hills under which it nestles. 
Hundreds of years old, it is only just issuing its 
Register. Are we wise, have we reason in following a 
precedent which founds itself on a life already some 
hundred years old ? The point required consideration, 
and no doubt met with it. The writer of this Preface 
is of opinion that the decision was right, that it was 
not presumption, but prudence, which determined that 
— thus early in its life — a Register of Malvern College 
should be issued. 

And this for two reasons. In the first place, with 
every year that elapses the difficulty increases of 
obtaining information. While some pupils have 
impressed their track so broadly and deeply on the 
great world's soil that a child could follow them, others 
have shown a truly Indian cunning in obliterating all 
marks whatever of their trail. What does one consult 
a School Register for ? Not, surely, to find a name, 
not even one's own ; but to find something out about 
the name in which one is interested. A page that 



Preface to First Edition. xiii 

proffers names only, mere notninutn umbra, is as saw- 
dust in the mouth. Well might it be asked, what's 
in a name — or, indeed, in a thousand names? There 
is perhaps, in very old Registers, a fantastic pleasure 
in tracking the identity of a name that is spelt in ten 
or a dozen ways ; but even that ghostly interest is lost 
as times become more modern. But an intelligent 
curiosity demands more than names. " What is said 
of so-and-so ? What did he do at school ? What 
honours blushed upon him ? Is he duly chronicled as 
the Captain of this, the Prefect of that ? What path 
in life felt his solid feet ? And feeds he still on the 
upper air?" These are the questions revolving in 
our mind when we turn the pages of a School Register ; 
and if such questions are to be answered, the Register 
must not wait a hundred years, till facts are forgotten, 
and there is not even enough interest to dispute about 
them. 

Secondly, a Register like this, if wisely headed by 
an Introduction which every sensible reader will study, 
tells all that need be told of the history of the School. 
If one thinks of it, how few Old Boys, much fewer 
young ones, know anything whatever of the history 
of that School which they adorn ! They don't know 
because they have not asked, and they have not asked 
because there was no one to tell them. But your 
intelligent alumnus, the alumnus of your ideals, wants 
to know particulars, and, above all, early particulars : 
how his beloved School came to be where it is, came to 
be what it is, grew, flourished, suffered its killing 



xiv Preface to First Edition. 

frosts and the furious Dog-star's rages, and, in fact, 
all about it. The elder Schools go too far back into 
the mists of Time for this ; no one could dig up the 
details of their infant days now, supposing one wished 
to know them. The patriotic schoolboy of the older 
foundation trolls out his "Exornabit nostramSpartam": 
praise him for his tuneful voice, if you like ; for 
his well-stored memory ; for his esprit de corps ; but 
do not examine him about his Sparta ! Do not ask 
him too many questions about his beloved School ! 
Suppose you asked him how many Ephors his Sparta 
used to appoint when it was young, what Helots it 
had, and what became of its Helots, it is a chance if he 
would sing his Carmen after your examination in such 
perfect tune as before. The fact is, he can tell you 
little about his School, because no one knows more 
than he does. But take your Sparta, just grown up 
and mature, and with reasonablv full information 
register its early citizens ; add to this Register an 
Introduction which shall tell you how it grew and 
broadened and developed into the Sparta which it now 
is, and then you may fairly ask your intelligent 
alumnus — when you catch him — all the searching 
questions an examiner can devise. In a word, this 
little work professes to be, of its sort, complete and 
exhaustive ; and the alumnus who does not study its 
pages, and absorb its contents, and return a reason- 
able answer to every reasonable question that can 
be asked about it, is no alumnus Malvernensis. 

A. F. 



PREFACE TO SECOND EDITION. 



The first edition of the Malvern Register contained a 
quantity of most valuable and interesting introductory 
matter, which many Malvernians would gladly have 
seen preserved in the present edition. It has, however, 
been found impossible to fall in with this desire without 
unduly increasing the size and price of the book. When 
the time comes for a regular history of the School to 
be written, recourse will no doubt be had to this 
material. Meanwhile, the chronological summary which 
follows contains, it is hoped, a fairly complete record 
of the most important events of our first forty years. 
The lists which precede and follow the Register 
proper shew the progress made by the School on the 
intellectual and athletic sides of its life, and the immense 
additions which from time to time have been made 
to its equipment. Special mention should, however, 
be made here of the energy and generosity of Mr. Gray, 
the fourth Headmaster, to whom are due amongst 
other things the inception of the Chapel Fund, the 
Chemical Laboratory, and the Grundy Library ; and even 
the shortest summary of the athletic life of the School 
would be incomplete if it did not acknowledge the in- 
valuable services rendered almost from the foundation 
of the College by the Rev. Henry Foster, to whose initia- 
tive many of the most important additions to and im- 



xvi Preface to Second Edition. 

provements of the " plant " are to be ascribed ; much, 
too, of the conspicuous success which has attended 
Malvernians at cricket and other games in recent years 
must in all justice be attributed to the ceaseless vigour, 
perseverance, and insight of Mr. Charles Toppin, whose 
arrival in 1886 was the signal for a rapid and lasting 
progress in every branch of athletics. Last, but not 
least, comes the Old Malvernian Society, which was 
founded in 1894 to further the interests of the School, 
and is fulfilling its object right nobly. It is impossible 
to overrate the importance of this great organised 
body of " old boys," which has invariably shewn itself 
ready to lend its support to every endeavour made to 
improve the position of our " Alma Mater," acting in 
the spirit of our noble motto, " Sapiens qui prospicit." 

S. R. J. 



CHRONOLOGICAL SUMMARY. 



YEAR. TERM. 

1865. 1. The School opened on January 25th, 1865, 

under the Rev. Arthur Faber, with 24 
boys, of whom 11 were " day-boys," and 
six Masters. The only Houses were the 
present Nos. 1 (Mr. McDowall's) and 2 
(Mr. Drew's), School House at that time 
not having a boys' side. 

1866. 1. 64 boys on the Roll. 

11. What is now the Physical Laboratory was 
fitted up as a Gymnasium. 

in. The South-east wing of the College Building 
(now the Grundy Library and school- 
rooms below) was occupied as a Sana- 
torium. 

1867. 1. 105 boys on the Roll. No. 3 House (Mr. 

Maddock's) opened (at Orchard Lodge ; 
transferred next term to the College 
Grounds). 

11. The first Speech-Day was held (at the end 
of term). See 1878-82. 
Bathing in New Pool allowed. (See 1880-3.) 
Foundation of the School Library. 
The first Fives Courts built (uncovered). 

in. 135 boys on the Roll. 

The first School Concert was held, Dec 19. 



xviii The Malvern Register. 

YEAR. TERM. 

1868. i. The Modern Side was separated from the 

Classical. 

11. The poet Longfellow visited the School. 

in. No. 4 House (Mr. Estridge's) was opened. 
First competition for the House Football Cup. 
Foundation of the Museum, and of the 
College Field Club. 

1869. 11. First competition for the House Cricket Cup. 

in. The first number of the Malvernian was 
published. 

1870. 11. Prince and Princess Christian visited the 

School. The first Speech-Day " Prologue " 
was recited. 

in. The Debating Society met for the first time. 

First open Scholarship obtained at the Uni- 
versity by R. M. Drew. (St. John's 
College, Oxford : mathematics). 

1871. 11. No. 5 House (Mr. Foster's) was opened. 

Cricket matches with Repton and Shrews- 
bury played for the first time. 

in. The Headmaster occupied No. 3 as School 
House with boarders. 

1872. 1. First Competition for the House Fives Cup. 

in. The Organ (now in the Music Room) was 
placed in the Chapel. 
First Competition for the House Junior 
Football Cup. 



The Malvern Register. xix 

YEAR. TERM. 

1873. i. About 100 yards square of the Senior Turf 

was levelled. Previously the conditions 
under which cricket was played were by 
no means normal. (Vide p. xxvi.) 

First Competition for the House Athletic 
Cup. 

Naturalist Society founded. 

11. First Competition for the House Swimming 
Cup. 

in. Association Football Rules were adopted in 
place of the peculiar rules previously in 
vogue. 

1874. 11. Mr. Belcher succeeded Mr. McDowall in No. 1. 

1875. 1. 200 boys on the Roll, 
in. Mrs. Faber died, Dec. 31. 

1876. 1. The present School House was opened as a 

boarding house by Mr. Howard, the boys' 
side having been added to the old School 
House. 

11. A Boat Club was started, which, however, 
only lasted for a short time. 

in. The Gymnasium (superseded, 1905) was 
opened. 

First Competition for the Chess Trophy. 

1877. 1. The Headmaster moved from No. 3 to the 

present School House. Mr. Spear suc- 
ceeded to No. 3. 

in. The workshop was opened. 



xx The Malvern Register. 

YEAR. TERM. 

1878. 11. Speech-Day was held in the middle instead of 

at the end of term. This arrangement 
lasted for three years, but was then 
altered and not resumed till 1893. 

in. A School Mission was started in aid of 
Foreign Missions. 

Mr. Bryans succeeded Mr. Estndge in No. 4. 

1879. 1. The first Ledbury Run took place. 

1880. in. 273 boys on the Roll. 

The Rev. A. Faber resigned the Headmaster- 
ship and was succeeded by the Rev. C. 
T. Cruttwell. 

The " Faber Exhibition " was founded in 
commemoration of the outgoing Head- 
master's great services to the School. 

The School used the Imperial Baths for the 
first time. (This arrangement lasted till 
1892. q.v.) 

1881. 1. The Racket Court was opened. 

The first Confirmation in Chapel was held, 
March 30. 

11. Mr. Mackie succeeded Mr. Belcher in No. 1. 
Mr. Graham succeeded Mr. Drew in No. 2. 

1882. 11. The Mission was transferred to All Saints', 

Haggerston. 



The Malvern Register. xxi 

YEAR. TERM. 

1883. 1. Games Committee formed. 

First competition for the House Gymnasium 
Cup. 

First competition for the House Easter 
Football Cup. 

11. Mr. Bayfield succeeded Mr. Graham in No. 2. 

in. The Cadet Corps was started : it was attached 
to the Warwickshire and Worcestershire 
Artillery Volunteers. The first captain 
was A. F. Herbert, the first lieutenant 
L. S. Milward. 

1884. 1. First competition for the House Rackets Cup. 
11. Marriage of the Headmaster. 

in. Present Football Field used for the first time. 

1885. 11. The Rev. C. T. Cruttwell resigned the Head- 

mastership and was succeeded by the 
Rev. W. Grundy. 

First competition for the Beachcroft Shield. 

First entry of the Shooting VIII. for the 
Ashburton Shield. 

1886. 11. First competition for the Singing Cup. 

1887. 11. Mr. Faber succeeded Mr. Mackie in No. 1. 

1888. 11. The " Carmen " first sung on Speech-Day. 

1889. in. Mr. Huntington succeeded Mr. Bryans in 

No. 4. 
Mr. Lyon opened a small House. 
First competition for the Gun Drill Trophy. 



xxii The Maivern Register. 

YEAR. TERM. . 

1890. 1. The Cadet Corps went to Aldershot for the 

first time. 

in. Mr. Swann succeeded Mr. Bayfield in No. 2. 

The Senior Turf was considerably extended 
by levelling. 

1891. 1. Earl Beauchamp, first Chairman of the 

Council, died. 

Mr. G. E. Martin succeeded him as Chairman. 

in. 323 boys on the Roll. 

Mr. Smith opened a new House at Malvern- 
bury. 

The Duke and Duchess of Teck, with Princess 
May (now the Princess of Wales), visited 
the School. 

The Rev. W. Grundy died, Dec. 5. 

1892. 1. The Rev. A. St. John Gray was appointed 

Headmaster. 

The School pair (H. K. and W. L. Foster) 
won the Public Schools Rackets Cud. 

11. Mr. Toppin succeeded Mr. Smith at Mal- 
vernbury. 

Mr. Lyon's House was made a regular 

Boarding House. 
The School Swimming Bath was opened. 

in. The Grundy Library was opened, Dec. 19, . 
as a Memorial to the late Headmaster. 

1893. 1. First competition for the Prichard Racket. 

Mr. Huntington died, March 5. 



The Malvern Register. xxiii 

YEAR. TERM. 

1893. IX - Mr. House succeeded to No. 4. 

The Chemical Laboratory was completed, 
in. 410 boys on the Roll. 

The present Sanatorium was opened. 

1894. 11. The fund for building a new Chapel was 

formally opened by Mr. Gray's exertions. 

The new Cricket Pavilion was finished. 
The Old Malvernian Society was founded. 

in. Mr. Toppin's House was moved from Mal- 
vernbury to No. 6, on the north side of 
the College Grounds. 

The first football match with Repton was 
played. 

The School Mission was transferred to a 
separate district in Canning Town, under 
the charge of the Rev. G. F. Gillett, 
senior Curate of Whitechapel. The tem- 
porary iron Church was dedicated on 
Nov. 30. 

1895. 1. The athletic sports were postponed to May. 
11. Mr. Salisbury opened No. 8 at Malvernhurst. 

1896. 11. A most successful Bazaar was held in aid 

of the Chapel Fund. 

1897. 11. The Rev. A. St. John Gray was compelled 

by ill health to resign the Headmaster- 
ship. 
The foundation-stone of the Chapel was 
laid by Mrs. G. E. Martin on June 17. 



xxiv The Malvern Register. 

YEAR. TERM. 

1897. IX - First edition of the Malvern Register pub- 

lished. 

415 boys on the Roll, 
in. The Rev. S. R. James became Headmaster. 

1898. 1. First competition for the Infantry Drill Cup. 

11. Mr. Bullock opened No. 9 at Cranhill. 
First cricket match with Uppingham. 

1899. 1. The first service was held in the new Chapel 

on March 5. 

Mr. Bullock moved his House from Cranhill 
to Malvernburv. 

11. The Chapel was dedicated by the Bishop 
of Worcester on June 23. 

in. The Senior Football ground was levelled. 

1900. 1. The School pair (B. S. Foster and W. H. B. 

Evans) won the Public Schools Rackets 
Cup. 

11. The new Hall at the School Mission, Canning 
Town, was opened. 

1901. 1. First competition for the House Boxing Cup. 

The Old Malvernian War Memorial Fund 
was started at a meeting held in London, 
April 30. 

11. First competition for the Junior House 
Cricket Cup. 

in. The Engineering School was opened. 

1902. 11. Dr. Wachter died, June 23. 



The Malvern Register. xxv 

YEAR. TERM. 

1902. in. The Old Malvernian War Memorial and the 

Sedilia were dedicated by the Bishop of 
Coventry, October 22. 

1903. 11. The Natural History Society, including five 

different sections, was started. 

The Old Malvernian Society inaugurated a 
scheme for improvements, to comprise a 
second Racket Court, a new Gymnasium, 
new Fives Courts, etc. 

III. Mr. Bullock moved No. 9 from Malvernbury 
to Roslin House. Mr. Salisbury moved 
No. 8 from Malvernhurst to Malvernbury. 

1904. 11. The Reredos in the Chapel was completed 

by the filling in of all the niches with 
figures. 

in. First competition for the House Physical 
Drill Cup. 

1905. 1. Mr. G. E. Martin, Chairman of the Council 

and Treasurer of the College, died, Feb. 12. 

Earl Beauchamp became Chairman, Mr. A. 
C. Cherry Treasurer. 

Mr. W. H. Hadowwas elected the first Old 
Malvernian Member of Council. : 

The new Gymnasium, Racket Court, School 
Stores, and Caretaker's House were com- 
pleted. 

482 boys on the Roll. 

11. The Organ (presented in 1900 by the Old 
Malvernian Society) was permanently 
arranged and cased. 



THE CRICKET GROUND IN THE SIXTIES. 



The following is from the pen of the first Head- 
master : — 

" From the point of view of elaborate cricket, it was 
not very promising, and when we came to try it, there 
were difficulties. In those early days the cricket field of 
the Summer Term was the football field of the Winter, 
and it was bounded by a road running south to north 
from a point only a few yards east of No. 5 House to a 
point just below No. 1. Imagination, in I^atin and 
Greek and other languages, was much studied at 
Malvern in those days, but no imagination could con- 
ceive of this field as other than unhappily narrow and 
circumscribed. Being thus limited in dimension, 
nature had also chosen to lay it down at an acute angle. 
It was not that it sloped here and there, but that it 
sloped everywhere. Therefore no wise man contended 
that, for purposes of pure cricket, it was beyond criticism. 
Nevertheless, like many other unpromising things, it 
proved better than its promise. It had its defects, but it 
had its compensation also. It soon turned out that the 
natives had an advantage over outsiders, though the 
level sward of present times was not then general ; still a 
slope quite as evident as ours was rare. If the enemy 
was beaten, he had something to remark about the pitch. 
I think we mostly won our matches : no doubt we did 



The Malvern Register. xxvii 

not search for the strongest enemies we could find. But 
an enemy retiring in defeat sometimes so far forgot the 
conventions of fine breeding as to murmur something 
about playing on the roof of a house. But no one was 
troubled by these murmurs. A generous victor will 
allow his enemy to say anything. It was really a pretty 
question whether the acute angle helped to make a 
future bowler or to mar him. Did it suggest to him, 
by what actually took place, the advantages of a sharp 
break, and so incline him to obtain by his own exertion a 
similar break on more level pitches ? Or did it satisfy 
him too soon by what it gratuitously offered him, and 
so incline him to rest on his oars before the boat had got 
under weigh. Utrum horum ? But, good or bad, promis- 
ing or malignant, it was all we had, and it served its 
purpose. The early Elevens, in both Cricket and Foot- 
ball, were not fine gentlemen, nor dainty critics : they 
loved sport, and they enjoyed it here, turning into a 
merry jest what might have been held a serious draw- 
back. Perhaps a good ball missed the wicket ; per- 
haps a man in the long field misjudged a catch ; and 
the slope was at fault. What matter ? It will be a bad 
day when a Briton is forbidden to grumble." 



THE COUNCIL. 



President and Visitor. 
The Lord Bishop of Worcester. 

Vice-Presidents. 

1863 The Right Hon. Viscount Cobham. 

The Right Hon. Lord Hampton, G.C.B. 

Sir Edmund A. H. Lechmere, Bart., M.P. 

Major-General Wilmot. 

The Vicar of Malvern. 

Sir Harry Foley Vernon, Bart. 

Osman Ricardo, Esq., M.P. 

G. D. Wingfield Digby, Esq. 

Oliver Mason, Esq. 

J. M. Gully, Esq., M.D. 

Chandos Wren Hoskyns, Esq. 
1865 The Right Hon. Earl Beauchamp. 
1871 John Wheeley Lea, Esq. 
1874 Charles Wheeley Lea, Esq. 

1895 The Right Hon. Viscount Cobham. 

1896 Rev. I. Gregory Smith. 

1898 The Right Hon. Earl Beauchamp. 
1902 Sir Henry Lambert, Bart. 
1905 Rev. Canon Arthur Faber. 

The Very Rev. R. W. Forrest, D.D., Dean of 
Worcester. 



The Malvern Register. xxix 



Council. 

1863 The Right Hon. Earl Beauchamp 

(Chairman) . . . . . . Died 1891 

Sir Edmund A. H. Iyechmere, Bart. Resigned 1866 

Rev. George Fisk, IyL.B., Vicar of 

Malvern . . . . . . . . Died 1872 

C. Wren Hoskyns, Esq. . . Resigned 1866 

J. W. Lea, Esq Died 1877 

G. E. Martin, Esq. (Chairman 1891) Died 1905 

J. O. Mason, Esq. . . . . Resigned 1868 

The Right Hon. I,ord Hampton Resigned 1880 

A. C. Sherriff, Esq., M.P Died 1878 

Dr. West Died 1884 

J. R. Wilton, Esq Died 1871 

1866 W. E. Dowdeswell, Esq., M.P. Resigned 1890 
Rev. Frederick Peel . . . . Resigned 1872 

1868 Hattil Foil, Esq. . . . . Resigned 1874 

1871 Edward Chance, Esq. . . . . Died 1882 

1872 G. W. Hastings, Esq., M.P. . . Resigned 1891 

A. H. Royds, Esq. . . . . Resigned 1878 

Rev. Canon I. Gregory Smith, M.A., 

LIv.D., Vicar of Malvern Resigned 1896 

1874 J. W. B. Willis-Bund, Esq. Resigned 1892 

1877 The Right Hon. Lord Henry Somerset, 

M.P. . . . . . . . . Resigned 1878 

1878 The Right Hon. Viscount Cobham. 

J. D. Perrins, Esq. . . . . Died 1887 

1880 Rev. Canon A. Faber, M.A. Resigned 1905 

1882 Rev. J. R. T. Eaton, M.A. Resigned 1892 

1884 Gen. Sir John S. Hawkins, K.C.M.G. Died 1895 

1886 R. W. Raper, Esq., M.A. .. Resigned 1894 

1887 Rev. W. Inge, D.D., Provost of 

Worcester College, Oxford Resigned 1902 

1891 Sir Harry Foley Vernon, Bart. 



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1891 Colonel T. Heywood. 

1892 Sir Henry Lambert, Bart. 

The Very Rev. R. W. Forrest, D.D., Dean of 
Worcester . . . . Resigned 1905 

1893 Christopher D. Barker, Esq. . . Died 1905 

1894 C. W. Dyson Perrins, Esq. 

1895 The Right Hon. Earl Beauchamp. Resigned 1900 

1896 Rev. Canon R. P. Pelly, Vicar of Malvern. 
1900 Major W. C. Hill. 

1902 The Right Hon. Earl Beauchamp. (Chairman 1905). 
1905 A. C. Cherry, Esq. 

W. H. Hadow, Esq., M.A. (O.M.). 

H. E. Dixey, Esq., M.D. 

J. Lea-Smiti, Esq. (O.M.). 



REGISTER OF MASTERS. 



HEAD MASTERS. 

1865— 1880 Rev. A. Faber, Fellow of New College, 

Oxford ; Canon of York. 

Sprotborough Rectory, Doncaster. 

1880— 1885 Rev. C. T. Cruttwell, Fellow and Tutor of 

Merton College, Oxford ; Craven Scholar- 
ship, Pusey and Ellerton and Kennicott 
Hebrew Scholarships ; Author of " His- 
tory of Roman Literature," etc. 

Ewelme Rectory, Wallingford. 

1885 — 1891 Rev. W. Grundy. Fellow and Lecturer of 

Worcester College, Oxford ; Author of 
" Aristotelianism," in the " Chief 
Ancient Philosophies " Series. Died at 
Malvern, December 1891. 

1891 — 1897 Rev. A. St. John Gray, Magdalen College, Ox- 
ford. Malvemhurst, Burnham, Somerset. 

1897 — Rev. Sydney Rhodes James, Trinity Col- 

lege, Cambridge ; Bell University Scholar. 



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ASSISTANT MASTERS. 

APPOINTED BY REV. A. FABER. " 

1865 Rev. C. McDowall, Scholar of University College, 
Oxford. Appointed Head Master of Cholmeley 
Grammar School, Highgate, in 1874 ; B.D. 
and D.D, 1882 ; Prebendary of St. Paul's 
1883. Died at Highgate 1893. 

Rev. F. R. Drew, Scholar of Sidney Sussex 
College, Cambridge. Left 1881. Afterwards 
Assistant Master at Leamington College, where 
he died in 1883. 

Rev. W. H. Maddock, Fellow of St. John's 
College, Oxford. Left 1871. Head Master of 
Sandbach Grammar School 1871-81 ; Second 
Master at Kingsley College, Westward Ho, 
1882-84. Bideford. 

Rev. E. J. Rudd, Fellow of St. John's College, 
Cambridge. Left 1867. Head Master of Here- 
ford Cathedral School 1869-75. 

Souldeme Rectory, Banbury. 

Monsieur Leon Klem. Left 1867. 

Monsieur Menard. Left 1866. 

1866 Rev. A. Sewell, New College, Oxford. Left 1871. 
Chaplain of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem. 

Cleveland House, Weymouth. 



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1867 Rev. H. Foster, Clare College, Cambridge. Or- 

dained 1869. 

O. Wachter, LL.D., Leipsic. Died 1902. 

1868 E. R. Metcalfe, Christ's College, Cambridge. 

Left 1871. 

Rev. G. P. Harris, Trinity College, Cambridge. 
Left 1868. Died 1897. 

Rev. L. Estridge, Trinity College, Oxford, and 
Choral Scholar of New College, Oxford. Or- 
dained 1878. Left 1878. Died May nth, 1903. 

1869 Rev. H. Tabraham. Appointed Head Master of 

Oakham Grammar School, 1875. Died No- 
vember 1881. 

1871 Rev. A. W. H. Howard, Balliol College, Oxford. 

Left 1876. Died 1882. 

Rev. J. A. Panter, Clare College, Cambridge. 
Ordained 1873. Left 1874. 

St. George's Vicarage, near Wellington, Salop. 

1872 J. Ehrke (Drawing). Left 1898. Died 1899. 

Rev. J. T. Bell, Fellow of St. Catherine's College, 
Cambridge. Left 1873. Head Master of 
Christ's Hospital School, Hertford, 1880. 

Christ's Hospital, Hertford. 

1873 Rev. T. Spear, Scholar of Clare College, Cam- 

bridge. Ordained 1874. 

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1874 Rev. T. H. Belcher, Scholar of Queen's College, 

Oxford. Principal of Brighton College 1881-92. 

Bratnlty, Basingstoke. 

Rev. E. L. Bryans, Scholar of Queen's College, 
Oxford. Ordained 1878. Left 1889. Rector of 
Quedgeley, Gloucester ; Rector of Minchin- 
hampton 1896. Rectory, Minchinhampton. 

1875 Rev. H. M. Faber, Demy of Magdalen College, 

Oxford. Ordained 1885. 

1876 E. B. Scallon, Scholar of King's College, Cam- 

bridge. Secretary since 1882. 

Rev. H. N. Fowler, Scholar of New College, 
Oxford. Ordained 1878. Left 1888. 

Corytown Rectory, Lew Down, Exeter, 

H. E. Brown, Queen's College, Oxford. Left 1881. 

Alnmouth. 

1878 W. Cooper (O.M.)., St John's College, Oxford. 
Left Chr. 1883. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple. 



APPOINTED BY REV. C. T. CRUTTWEIX. 

1881 E. A. Upcott, Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford, 
Left 1881. Since Assistant Master at Welling- 
ton College. 



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1881 Rev. G. E. Mackie, Scholar of Queen's College, 

Oxford. Ordained 1887. Assistant Master of 
Epsom College ; Appointed Head Master of 
Godolphin Grammar School, Hammersmith, 
1888. Now Chief Secretary and Inspector of 
the Church Schools Company. 

C. Graham, Fellow of Caius College, Cambridge. 
Left 1883. Since Mathematical Lecturer at 
Caius College. 

Rev. M. A. Bayfield, Scholar of Clare College, 
Cambridge. Appointed Head Master of 
Christ's College, Brecon, 1890 ; of Eastbourne 
College, 1895. Hertingfordbury, Herts. 

E. E. Bowyer, Queen's College, Cambridge. 
Left 1886. Dead. 

1882 N. L. Hallward, King's College, Cambridge. 

Left 1884. 

W. H. G. Cruttwell, St. John's College, Oxford. 
Left Easter 1885. 

Charters Towers, East Gr instead. 

1884 W. R. Giles, St. John's College, Oxford. Left 
Easter 1885. Preparatory School at Brighton. 
Dead. 



APPOINTED BY REV. W. GRUNDY. 

1885 H. W. Smith, Scholar of St. John's College, 
Cambridge. 



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1885 C. Toppin, Exhibitioner of St. John's College, 
Cambridge. 

J. N. Swann, Exhibitioner and Hody Hebrew 
Scholar, Wadham College, Oxford. 

Rev. C. W. Horsburgh, Scholar of Jesus College, 
Cambridge. Left 1890. Eastbourne College. 

R. E. Lyon (O.M.), Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Rev. G. Thompson, Trinity College, Dublin. 
Left 1903. Le Chalet, Malvern. 

1889 C. T. Salisbury, Scholar of Corpus Christi College, 

Cambridge. 

Rev. H. E. Huntington (O.M.), Keble College, 
Oxford. Taylorian University Scholar (Italian). 
Died at Malvern 1893. 

E. C. Bullock (O.M.), Oriel College, Oxford. 

1890 H. H. House, Scholar of Corpus Christi College, 

Oxford. Gaisford Prize for Greek Verse. 

H. B. Bennett. Left Mids. 1905. 

1891 Iy. S. Milward (O.M.), Scholar of Pembroke 

College, Cambridge. 

H. E. Cookson, Exhibitioner of Oriel College, 
Oxford. 

T. B. Lewis, Scholar of King's College, Cam- 
bridge. Left Easter 1892. . w _ 



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APPOINTED BY REV. A. ST. JOHN GRAY. 

1892 P. R. Farrant, New College, Oxford. 

W. Greenstock, Exhibitioner of St. John's Col- 
lege, Cambridge. 

H. Kempson (O.M.), Christ Church, Oxford. 

1893 F. Brayne Baker, Scholar of Christ's College, 

Cambridge. 

D. J. P. Berridge, Wadham College, Oxford. 

1894 G. H. Blore, Scholar of New College, Oxford. 

Left 1898. Winchester College. 

Rev. G. E. Blakeway, Careswell Exhibitioner, 
Christ Church, Oxford. Left 1902. 

Dunston Rectory, Stafford. 

1895 P. H. L'Estrange, Queen's College, Oxford. 

C. E. Iy. Ehrke, St. John's College, Oxford. Left 
Mids. 1896. 

1896 W. W. Lowe (O.M.), Pembroke College, Cam- 

bridge. 



APPOINTED BY REV. S. R. JAMES. 

1898 R. T. C. Cookson (O.M.), Scholar of Queens' 
College, Cambridge. 



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1898 G. E. Bromley Martin, New College, Oxford, 

Left 1899. Ham Court. 

1899 Rev. R. P. Davidson, Scholar of Trinity College, 

Oxford. Left 1903. Jioyal Naval College, Osborne. 

R. H. de Montmorency, Keble College, Oxford. 
Left 1900. Eton College. 

H. T. Gillmore. 

1900 B. Middleditch, Jesus College, Cambridge. Left 

1903. Harrow School. 

H. M. Bland, Trinity College, Cambridge. Left 
1901. Eton College. 

L. B. Corbett (O.M.), All Souls' College, Oxford. 
Left 1904. Royal Naval College, Osborne. 

1901 G. G. Fraser (O.M.), Iyondon University. 

H. G. C. Salmon, Scholar of Jesus College, 
Oxford. 

1902 F. U. Mugliston, Trinity College, Oxford. 

Rev. O. Madden, Scholar of Clare College, Cam- 
bridge. 

1903 R. E. Thwaites, Scholar of Trinity College, 

Oxford. 

1904 A. J. Richards, Scholar of Brasenose College, 

Oxford. 



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1904 Rev. J. R. Colthurst, Scholar of Christ's College, 
Cambridge, Left 1905. 

R. B. Porch (O.M.), Trinity College, Oxford. 

G. B. Sanderson (O.M.), Scholar of Brasenose 
College, Oxford. 

M. Iy. Banks, Lincoln College, Oxford. 



TABLE OF MASTERS' HOUSES. 



§ School House in No. 3, 1871. 
School House 1877. 

1 Rev. C McDowall 1865. 
Rev. T. H. Belcher 1874. 
Rev. G. E. Mackie 1881. 
Rev. H. M. Faber 1887. 

2 Rev. F. R. Drew 1865. 
C. Graham, Esq., 1881. 
Rev. M. A. Bayfield 1883. 
J. N. Swann, Esq., 1890. 

3 Rev. W. H. Maddock 1867. 
Became School House 1871-77. 

Rev. A. W. Howard in School House 1876, 
Rev. T. Spear 1877. 

4 Rev. Iy. Estridge 1868. 
Rev. E. Iy. Bryans 1878. 

Rev. H. E. Huntington (O. M.) 1889. 
H. H. House, Esq., 1893. 

5 Rev. H. Foster 187 1. 

6 H. W. Smith, Esq., 1891. 
C. Toppin, Esq., 1892. 

7 R. E. Lyon, Esq. (O. M.), 1889. 

8 C. T. Salisbury, Esq., 189 $. 

9 E. C. Bullock, Esq. (O. M.), 1898. 



REGISTER OF BOYS. 



* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
t Last address known to Editor. 



Entries in January, 1865. 

*Bardwell, Thomas Newman Frederick ; born 1850. McDowatl. 
Son of F. Bardwell, J. P., Bolton Hall, York. Class. Vth. 
Senior Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket (Capt.) ; First 
Eleven Football (Capt.) ; English Verse. Left Mids. 1869. 

Pembroke College, Oxford; B.A. 1873, Mod. Hist. Honours; 
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1877; Deputy-Lieutenant 
and Magistrate for East Riding of Yorkshire ; County 
Councillor; Chairman of Pocklington School. 

Bolton Hall, Wilbe*foss, Yo>k. 

Beresford, William. Day Boy. 

Son of Colonel H. B. Beresford, Malvern. Class. Vth. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1868. 

M.R.C.S. Eng. 1873; L.R.C.P. 1877 (St. Mary's); Surgeon 
Russo-Turkish War 1877- 1878 (Medal and Decoration 3rd 
Ord. Osmanie' and 3rd Ord. Medjidie) ; Civil Surg. Army, 
Kaffir and Zulu War 1878-1879 (South African Medal with 
Clasp). Atbunt Lee Lodge y Egham Hill, Surrey. 

Bowen, William Henry Dundas; born 1853. Day Boy. 

Son of Captain W. H. Bowen, Malvern. Class. I Vth. 
First Eleven Cricket; English Verse Prize. Left 1869. 

Dead. 

Brinton, Arthur Henry. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Brinton, West Malvern. Class. IHrd. Left 
Mids. 1867. 

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Browne, Sidney Hamilton. 

Son of Major George Browne, Comber House, Londonderry. 
Class. Vth. Left Chr. 1865. 

Went to Cheltenham College. 

Browne, George Hamilton ; born 185 1. 

Brother of above. Class. I Vth. Left Chr. 1865. 

Went to Cheltenham College. 

Browne, Arthur Hamilton ; born 1852 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd. Left Chr. 1865. 

Cook, George Ward ; born 1854. McDowall. 

Son of Charles Cook, The Gap, Hoylake. Class. IVth — 
Shell. House Prefect; House Eleven Cricket; House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1870. 

Cotton Merchant in Liverpool. Hoylake, Cheshire. 

Cooksey, John Francis, Rev. ; born 1851. Exhibitioner. Day Boy. 
Son of J. A. Cooksey, M.R.C.P., The Lynches, Malvern. 
Class. Illrd— IVth. School Prefect; House Eleven Foot- 
ball Left Mids. 1870. 
Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge; B A., Jun. Opt., 1874; 
ordained 1874 ; Vicar of Up wood and Great Raveley since 
1886. Upivood Vicarage, Huntingdon. 

Everitt, Arthur Allen ; born 1849. 

Son of George Allen Everitt, Moseley. Class. Illrd — Shell. 
Left Chr. 1866. 



Fox. Henry George ; born 1851. 

Son of George Fox, Wilmslow, Manchester. Class. Illrd. 
Left Chr. 1869. Skilts, Redditch. 

Gjll, Robert. McDowall. 

Son of Robert Gill, Liverpool. Left Mids. 1870. 



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*Greatrex, Albert Charles; born 1851. McDowall. 

Class. IVth— Shell. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket ; 
First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1867. 

Merchant. The Wick $ Richmond Hill, Surrey. 

Hartland, Alfred ; born 1849. Day Boy. 

Son of Alfred Harford Hartland. Class. Vth. School Pre- 
fect; First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1870. 

Dead. 

Hatchbtt, Charles Henry ; born 1852. 

First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1869. 

Hatchbtt, John. 

Brother of above. Left Mids. 1869. 

Jones, Ernest Norman ; born 1852. Foundation Scholar. Drew. 
Son of Rev. T. S. Jones, St. Oswald's, Worcester. Class. 
Vth— Vlth. Senior Chapel Prefect. Greek Verse; Latin 
Verse ; Latin Prose ; West Prize. Left Chr. 1870. 

Christ College, Cambridge ; B.A. ; Tutor. 

16 Southgatc Road, Winchester. 

Lakin, Edward Lyon; born 1852. 

Son of Henry Lakin, Malvern. Mod. B III. Left Chr. 1869. 

Director of a Cement Manufacturing Company; J. P. for 
County of Warwick. Hill Wootton, Warwick. 

Mason. Wallis Oliver ; born 1852. 

Son of J. O. Mason, Birmingham. Class. IVth. Left Chr. 
1867. 

Thomas, Stanley. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Thomas, Malvern. Class. IHrd. Left Easter 
1867. 

Titherington, William Ackers ; born 1852. 

Son of W. Titherington, Dee Hills, Chester. Class. Vth. 
Left Easter 1868. 

Dead. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Turton, Zouch Horace, Rev ; born 1849, „ . Day Boy. 

Son of Colonel Turton, late of Bengal Horse Artillery. 
Class. Vth. Left Easter 1865. 
Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; Chichester Theological College 1876 ; 
ordained 1877; Author of "To the Desert and Back," 
" High Churchmen and their Church," etc., etc. ; Curate of 
St. Mary's, Southtown, Great Yarmouth. 

12 Albany Road, Great Yarmouth. 

Wathen, Herbert Reginald ; born 1853. McDowall. 

Son of Rev. J. B. Wathen, Guarlford Rectory, Malvern. 
Class. IVth. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1869. 

Civil Engineer in New Zealand. 

Waihi G. U. Co., Waihi, Auckland, N. Z. 



White, George Herbert ; born 1850. Foundation Scholar. Lrew. 
Son of Rev. J. C. White. Class. IVth. Left Mids. 1870. 

Mathematical Exhibition, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. 



Wray, John Willoughby, Major; born 1852. Day Boy. 

Foundation Scholar. Son of Mrs. Wray, West Malvern. 
Class IVth. Left Chr. 1868. 

Ensign in 108th Foot ; Major, Bombay Staff Corps. 



Entries in May, 1865. 

Bowles, Sholto Stillingfleet- ; born 1854. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev C. J. Stillingfleet-Bowles, The Shrubbery, 
Malvern. Army Side. Left Mids. 1872. 

Surgeon to Whaling and Sealing Fleets from Dundee during 
four Arctic voyages; Queensland Civil Service 1884-1896; 
Inspector of the Pacific Islanders ; formerly on the Census 
Staff of Brisbane, now retired. Parent's Address. 



1865 2 The Malvern Register. 5 

Clarke, William Murray Charles, Rev. ; born 1849. McDowall. 
Son of Major-General W. Calcott Clarke. Class. IVth— 
Shell. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1869. 
Went to Montreal, afterwards farming in Virginia, U.S. ; 
ordained 1874; Incumbent of Alliston, Ontario; Curate of 
Ramsbury 1879-81 ; Vicar of St. Michael's, Ashford, 1881 ; 
Monk Fryston, Yorks, 1890. 

Monk Fryston Vicarage, South Miljord, Yorks. 

Clarke, Fincastle George Barlow; born 1851. McDowall. 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd. Left Easter 1866. 

M.D., CM, McGill University, Montreal, 1876; L.R.CP , 
Lond., 1885 ; L.S.A. 1881. 

\Beaconsfield House, Upper Grosvenor Road, Tunbridge Wells. 

Cope, Francis Haden ; born 1853. McDowall. 

Son of Rev. F. Haden Cope, The Vicarage, North Malvern. 
Class. Illrd. Left Chr. 1869. 

Principal of the Central Training College, Lahore, and H.M. 
Inspector of Schools. Died at Rawal Pindi, India, 1902. 

Erskine. 

O'Malley (formerly Mealy), William Arthur D'Oyley ; born 1853. 
Son of W. Mealy, Malvern. Class. Illrd. Day Boy. 

Left Mids. 1869. 

Lieut. Bengal Staff Corps 1877; served with 1st Punjab 
Cavalry in the Mahsud Waziri Campaign 1881 ; Waziristan 
1894; Brevet Lieut-Col. 1895. 

Prichard, George Herbert; born 1853. McDowall. 

Son of Rev. R. Prichard, Newbold Rectory, Shipston-on- 
Stour. Class. Illrd— Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket; House Eleven Football. 

Magdalen College, Oxford, 1873 ; entered Army, 43rd Light 
Infantry; gave the Prichard Racquet. Died 1902. 

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Walker, Henry Edyvean. 

Son of George Henry Walker, Newbold Grange, Rugby. 
Class. IVth. Left Mids. 1868. 

Dead. 

Entries in September 1865. 

Adcock, William Cuff. 

Son of W. Adcock, Worcester. Left Chr. 1865. 

Adcock, Percy. 

Brother of above. Left Chr. 1865. 

Arm it age, Edward Herbert. McDowall. 

Son of E. Armitage, Huddersfield. Class, lllrd. Left 1868. 

Solicitor 1878. ij King Street \ Cheapside, E.C. 

Blathwayt, Charles Reginald, Rev. ; born 1849. McDowall. 

Son of C. W. Blathwayt, Chelmarsh, Bridgnorth. Class. 
Vth— Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1868. 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; B. A. 1871 ; ordained 1872 ; 
Rector of Huntspill 1894. Hunt spill Rectory, Bridgwater. 

#Boddington, Edward Henry, Rev. ; born 1849. McDowall. 

Son of Rev. T. F. Boddington, formerly Rector of Badger, 
Salop. Class. Shell— Vth. Junior Chapel Prefect: First 
Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1869. 
Brasenose College, Oxford ; B.A. 1873; Curate of Newbold-on- 
Stour 1875 ; Vicar of Honington 1889. 

Honington Vicarage, Shipston-on-Stour, IVanvickskire. 

Clay, William Weston ; born 1854. McDowall. 

Son ot late William Clay, Liverpool. School Prefect ; 
House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left 1869. 
Lieut. -Colonel and Hon. Colonel Commanding 8th Lancashire 
Volunteer Artillery ; Volunteer Decoration. 

Eastfield, Bebington Road, Streaiham, S.E. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Curtis, John George Cockburn, Colonel ; born 1849. Drew. 

Son of J. G. C. Curtis, Gt. George Street, Westminster. 
Class. Upper Vth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1868. 

Sub-Lieutenant 43rd Foot 1871 ; Major Oxford Light Infantry 
1886; A.A.G. for Musketry, Bombay Army, 1891 ; Lieut- 
Colonel 1893 > now retired. 

Naval and Military Club, Piccadilly, W. 

Dew, Henry Monkhouse ; born 1850. 

Son of Rev. H. Dew, Whitney Rectory, Hereford. Class. 
Shell. Left Chr. 1866. 

* Drew, Lewis Harry; born 1855. Drew. 

Son of Thomas Drew, Lee, Kent. Mod. B III. — B I. 
Chance Exhibition. Left Easter 1871. 

Iron Merchant. Warren Lod*e, Kingston Hill, Surrey. 

Earwaker, Albert. Maddock. 

Son of John Earwaker, Alderley Edge, Manchester. Class. 
IVth. First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1866. 

Bowdon //all, Chapel-en-le Frith, Derbyshire. 

Essex, George Bearcroft. Drew. 

Son of George Bearcroft Essex, Leigh Court, Worcester 
Class. IVth. Left. Easter 1869. 
Dead. 

Haworth, John Parkinson ; born 1850. Foundation Scholar. Drszv. 
Son of Rev. Henry Haworth, Holy Trinity Vicarage, Bolton, 
Lancashire. Class. Vth— Vlth. Latin Verse ; Greek Prose ; 
Junior Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket (capt. ) 1868 9-70 ; 
First Eleven Football (capt.). Left Mids. 1870. 

Brasenose College, Oxford ; Solicitor. Died February 1895. 

Hooper, Alfred Winsmore, Colonel ; born 1852. McD&wall. 

Son of A. C. Hooper, The Grange, Claines, Worcester. 
Class. IVth. First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Easter 1869. 

Lieut. -Col. Commanding 5th Worcester Regiment. 

Kent's Green, Wot caster. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Ingham, William Bavistow. A/tDowall. 

Son of Joshua Ingham, Mirfield. Class. Illrd. Left Mids. 
1869. 
University College, Oxford ; murdered by South-Sea Islanders, 
at Brooker Island, off New Guinea, in 1879, while acting as 
Queensland Agent for New Guinea. 

* Lea-Smith, John; born 1851. McDowall. 

Son of John Lea-Smith, Chigwell, Essex. Class. Illrd — 
Shell. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven 
Football ; Gully Prize. Left Chr. 1868. 

Merchant. Trustee of O. M. Society. 

41 Bryanston Square, W. 

Lea-Smith, Robert William ; born 1853. McDowall. 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd. Left 1870. 

Died 1870. 

Perks, Arthur. 

Son of Robert Perks, Wolverhampton. Class. Illrd. Left 
Mids. 1868. 

Potts, Frederick Hezekiah ; born 1852. McDowall. 

Son of George Potts, Broseley. Class. Shell— Vth. School 
Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1870. 

Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge; Third Class Law and 
History Tripos ; LL.B. 1874 ; Solicitor, practising at 
Broseley. Broseley, Salop. 

Ramsbotham, Edward. Drew. 

Son of John Ramsbotham, Rawtenstall, Manchester. Class. 
Illrd. Left Easter 1868. 

Rolles, Harry Robert Egerton ; born 1851. 

Son of Rev. R. J. Rolles, Bath. Class. Vth. Left Chr. 1868. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Schlappfer, John Gaspard ; born 1854. McDowali. 

Son of John Gaspard Schlappfer, Manchester. Mod. II. 
Left Chr. 1871. 



Wodehouse, William Stanley ; born 1853. Drew. 

Son of W. H. Wodehouse, Woolmers Park, Herts. Class. 
IVth. Left Easter 1870. 



Entries in January, 1866. 



Barrows, William Adolphus. Dreiv. 

Son of William Barrows, Hagley, Stourbridge. Class. Illrd. 

Left Mids. 1867. 
In Australia. Parent's Address. 



Champneys, Francis Weldon, Rev. ; born 1856. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. C. F. Champneys, of Wendover. Class. Hnd. 
Left Easter 1866. 

Went to Haileybury ; St. John's College, Oxford ; ordained 1879 ; 
Rector of Rotherfield 1888. 

Rother field Rectory ■, Tunbridgt Wells. 

Drew, John Gould ; born 1854. Drew. 

Son of J. Drew> Kenton, Exeter. Class. Hnd— Vlth. 
School Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Chr. 1872. 

Wadham College, Oxford ; B.A. 1875 ; Fourth Class Jurispru- 
dence ; Solicitor, Land Agent, and Surveyor ; Fellow of 
Surveyors' Institution 1889 ; Member of Council 1902. 

Northbrook y Star cross, near Exeter. 

Hebbert, John Benhow ; born 1853. McDoioall. 

Son of John Benbow Hebbert, Edgbaston. Class. Illrd. 
Left Mids. 1867. 

Dead. 



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Hollinshead, Henry Clifford Brock-. McDowall. 

Son of Mrs. Brock-Hollinshead, Billinge Scarr, Blackburn. 
Class. IVth. Left Chr. 1867. 

* Hooper, John Harvey ; born 1849. McDowall. 

Son of A. C. Hooper, The Grange, Claines, Worcester. 
Class. Vth— Vlth. House Prefect. Left Chr. 1867. 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge; B.A. 1871 ; Solicitor; Secretary to 
the Bishop of Worcester, and Registrar of the Diocese; 
Chapter Clerk of Worcester Cathedral. 

Tutu all, Claines, near Worcester ~ 

Hughes, James George Frederick ; born 1851. McDowall. 

Son of Rev. James Hughes, Coblentz, Prussia. Class. IVth. 
Left Mids. 1868. 

Dead. 

Price, William Hope. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Price, Malvern. Class. Hnd. Left Chr. 1866. 

* Robinson, Joseph Charles; born 1852. McDowall. 

Son of Thomas Robinson, Corner Hall, Hemel-Hempstead. 
Class. Hlrd— Shell. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket ; 
First Eleven Football. Left 1869. 

In business. Bransbury, Woking. 

Seddon, Richard Toller, Rev. ; born 1853. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. Richard Seddon, Rector of Evesbatch, Here- 
fordshire. Class. Hnd— Shell. Left 1870. 

Sometime in business ; ordained 1878 ; Curate of Holy Trinity, 
Gainsborough, Hanbury ; Rector of Evesbatch ; Vicar of 
Chelmarsh, 1886. Chelmarsh Vicarage, Bridgnorth, Salop. 

Seddon, Thomas Rowley ; born 1853. &*y Boy. 

Brother of above. Class. Hnd — Shell. Left 1870. 

Sheep Farming in New Zealand. 

Ashwick Station, Fairley Timaru, New Zealand. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Seddon, William Herbert, Rev. ; born 1855. Day Boy. 

Brother of above.: Class. Hlrd — Shell. Left 1870. 

Brasenose College, Oxford ; Third Class Classical Mods. ; 
B.A. 1879 ; Curate of St. Mary Magdalene, Oxford, 1879 ; 
Vicar of St. Peter's, Little Aston, 1880; Pains wick, 1886; 
St. Mary's, Hatfield, 1891 ; Hon. Secretary of Church Army 
Training Home 1892 ; Vicar of Painswick, 1897. 

Painswick Vicarage, Stroud. 

Shelley, Frederick ; born 1849. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. Frederick Shelley, Beer Ferris Rectory, 
Roborough, S. Devon. Class. IVtb. Left Chr. 1866. 

\Eden Lodge, Til ford % Farnham. 

Smith, Frederick John ; born 1851. Day Boy. 

Son of John Smith, Uxbridge. Class. IHrd. Left Easter 

1868. 



Smith, Reginald Thomas; born 1853. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Class. IHrd. First Eleven Football. 

Left Easter T870. 

c\o 2 Threadneedle Street, E. C. 

Smyttan, William George. McDowall. 

Class. IHrd. Left Mids. 1868. 



Stock, Walter. Drew. 

Son of Thomas Stock, Northfield, Birmingham. Class. Ilnd. 
Left Chr. 1869. 

c/o Messrs. Stock, Sons, dr* Taylor, Gas Street, Birmingham. 

Turner, William Hales; born 1851. Drew. 

Son of George Wardell Turner. Class. Ilnd — Lower IV th. 

House Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven 

Cricket. Left Chr. 1867. 

Art Potter. Chell Lodge, Tunstall, Staffs. 

f Last address known to Editor. 



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Waltbrs, Edmond, Rev. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Walters, Malvern. Class. Vth. Senior Chapel 
Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1866. 

Hertford College, Oxford ; B.A. 1871 ; ordained 1873 ; Vicar 
of Langford, Oxford, 1885- 1892. 

San Luis Rey, San Diego Co., California, U.S.A. 



Entries in May, 1866. 

Allen, Griffith; born 1851, Drew. 

Son of Thomas Allen, London. First Eleven Cricket. Left 
Chr. 1869. 

Ensign in 98th Regiment, 1870 ; Capt. North Staffs. Regt. 
1.879. D;ed at Quettah, November 2nd, 1884. 

Bartlebt, Harold Stock ; born 1853. Drew. 

Son of R. S. Bartleet, Redditch. Class. llnd— Mod. I. 
House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left 1869. 

Late Colonel Commanding 2nd Vol. Batt. Worcestershire 
Regiment ; J.P. for County of Worcester. 

Woodhurst, Headless Cross, Redditch. 

Breslin, Edward William. Drew. 

Son of Edward Breslin, Bray, Wicklow. Shell. Left Chr. 
1866. 

Cooke, Samuel. 

Son of William Cooke, 11 Friday Street, London, S.E. 
Left Easter 1868. Parent's Address. 

Drew, Alfred Henry ; born 1855. Drew. 

Son of J. M. Drew, 10 Avenue Road, Regent's Park, London. 
Left Mids. 1868. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; Third Class Law Tripos 1877 ; 
B.A., LL.B. ; formerly Advocate and Solicitor at Singapore; 
partner in Loughborough, Gedge, Nisbet & Drew, Solicitors. 

23 Austin Friars , London, E.C, 



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Norman, George B. B. ; born 1853. 

Son of George Lewis Norman, 8 Codrington Terrace, Lad- 
broke Road, Notting Hill. Left Easter 1868. 

Smith, Harold. Drey. 

Son of E. F. Smith, Trindle House, Dudley. Class. IHrd. 
First Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1867. 

Solicitor. 27 Chancery Lane, IV. C. 

Vignoles, Charles Auguste. 

Son of Hutton Vignoles, C.E., 21 Duke Street, Westminster. 
Left Chr. 1868. Sit eat ley on- Thames. 



Entries in September, 1866. 

Barnes, Herbert Curie; born 1853. Drew. 

Son of Mrs. Barnes, West Malvern. Class. Upper Vth. 
First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1870. 

Private Secretary to Chief Commissioner of Burma. 

Barnes, Sir Hugh Shakespeare, K.C.S.I., K.C.V.O. ; born 1854 
Foundation Scholar. Brother of above. Drew. 

Class. Vth. Greek Prose; First Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1870. 

Passed 1st East Indian Civil Service, 1872 ; Financial Com- 
missioner and Government Agent in British Beluchistan ; 
Resident in Cashmere 1894 » Foreign Secretary to Govern- 
ment of India 1899; Lieut. -Governor of Burma 1902; 
Appointed Member of the Council of India 1905. 

Government House, Rangoon, 

Bate, Charles William, Rev. ; born 1857. Exhibitioner. Day Boy. 
Son of Charles James Bate, Cheltenham. Class. Ilnd — 
Vlth. Latin Prose; Greek Verse. School Prefect. Left 
Mids. 1875. 

Class. Scholarship, Hertford College, Oxford ; First Class 
Class. Mods.; Second Class Lit. Hum.; B.A. 1879; or- 
dained 1880; Vicar of Hanham, near Bristol, 1894. 

Hanham Vifarage, Bristol. 

B 



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Bernard, Charles Robert ; born 1853. McVowall. 

Son of the late Captain Bernard. Class. Lower IVth — 
Upper IVth. House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1868. 

The Py lands, Taynton, Gloucester. 

Brocklehurst, Arthur John Pownall ; born 1852. Drew. 

Son of William C. Brocklehurst, Butley Hall. Class. 
Lower IVth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football (capt.). 

Butley Hall, Pr est bury, Cheshire. 

Drew, Robert Middlemist ; born 1853 ; Foundation Scholar. Dreu>. 
Son of Rev. W. H. Drew, Blackheath. Class. VI. Dowdes- 
well Prize ; elected to Mathematical Scholarship, St. John's 
College, Oxford. Died at School, July 7th, 1870. Tablet in 
Chapel. 

Edmonds, Charles Ralph Augustus ; born 1854. Drew, 

Son of Edmund Edmonds, Newent, Gloucestershire. 
Class. Hnd -Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1870. 

Solicitor, 1878. 27 Chance) y Lane, London, IV. C. 

Edmonds. Harry Claude ; born 1856. Drew. 

Brother of above. Class. Hnd — Vth. Left Chr. 1871. 

Barrister. Lincoln's Inn. 

Faber, John David Beverley ; born 1854. Dtew. 

Son of Charles Wilson Faber, Northaw, Herts. Class. Shell 
— Vlth. Latin Prose; Lea Shakespeare; Senior Chapel 
Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket (capt. 1871 and 1872) ; Presi- 
dent of Debating Society. Left 1872. 
New College, Oxford ; Third Class Class. Mods. ; Third Class 
Hist ; B.A. 1876; H.M. Inspector of Schools; now in 
business. Ampfield, Romsey., Hants. 

Foll, Hattil Edward ; born 1853. McDowall. 

Son of Hattil Foil, Beckford Hall, Gloucestershire. 
Class. Hnd —Upper B. School Prefect ; First Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left 1872. 
Pembroke College, Oxford; B.A. 1877; Author of "Major 
Carlile." Ihe Priory, Bishop's Cleeve, near Cheltenham. 



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Goodwin, John Rowland. 3rew. 

Son of Daniel Wagstatf Goodwin, Kidderminster. Left 1869. 

The Mhni, Kidderminster. 

Heyworth, George Be van ; born 1855. McEhmM. 

Glass. Lower IVth— Vth. School Prefect; Secoadt Eleven 
Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left 1872. 

Stock-Bgoker . Linaen House, Sefton Park, Liverpool. 



Ho^vand, Frederick Arthur. Day Boy. 

Son of Hon. Mrs. Holland, Malvern. Left Mids. 1868. 



Maddock, John Frederick ; born 1854. Maddock. 

Son of Rev. (ienry William Maddock, Boundary House, 
St. John's Wood. Class. Lower IVth . Left Mids. 1871 . 

Malins, Francis Arthur. 

Son of Arthur Malins, The Lickey, near Bromsgrove. Class. 
Illrd. Left Chr. 1866. 

Martin, Thomas Isaac; born 1855. Drew. 

Class. Hnd. First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1873. 

Morris, John Edward ; born 1850. 

Son of Sir John Morris, Elmsdale, Wolverhampton. Left 
Mids. 1868. 
Merchant, Wolverhampton. Dead. 

Muntz, Devereux; born 1852. 

Son of John Devereux Muntz, Baddesley Clinton, Knowle, 
Warwickshire. Left Mids. 1869. 



Parry, George Williams; born 1852. Drew. 

Son df G. W. Parry, LHdiardaw. Class. Lower IVth— Vth. 

School Prefect; First Eleven Football (capt,) 1871. 

Magistrate and Deputy Lieutenant, and High Sheriff of County 

of Cardiff 1885. LHdiardaw, Llanilar, Aberystwith. 



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Pidcock, Arthur de H. Parry. 

Son of Mrs. Pidcock, 34 Imperial Square, Cheltenham. 
Left Mids. 1869. 

Ponsonby, Cyril P. 

Son of Hon. and Rev. W. Ponsonby, Stutton Rectory, 
Ipswich. Class. Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1867. 

11 Queen Victoria Street ', E.C. 

Ponsonby, Granville. 

Brother of above. Class. Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1868. 

Head of Police, Santa Lucia. Santa Lucia, Windward Islands, 

Ponsonby, Arthur. 

Brother of above. Class. Hnd. Left Chr. 1868. 

• 

Prichard, Evan Theodore. McDowall. 

Son of Rev. Richard Prichard, Newbold Rectory, Shipston- 
on-Stour. Class. IHrd. Left Chr. 1872 

Donnington Manor, Stow-on-the- Wold, 

Scholfield, John Haworth. Drew. 

Class. Hlrd. First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1870. 

St. John's College, Cambridge. 

Simpson, James Alfred. McDowall. 

Son of Mrs. Simpson, South Shore, Blackpool. Class. IHrd. 
Left Mids 1869. 

Skinner, David George. Day Boy. 

Left Chr. 1867. , 

Died in India, 1875. 

Smith, Frederick Aitken Leeston. Day Boy. 

Son of F. J. Smith, Uplands, Weston-super-Mare. Class. IHrd. 
Left Mids. 1868. 
Played Cricket for Somersetshire. Dead. 



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Smith, William Pultenay ; born 1855. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. 

University College, Oxford ; Second Class Jurisprudence ; 
B. A. 1879 ; Barrister, Lincoln's Inn, 1880. 

^Uplands, Weston-super-Mare. 

Surtees, Richard Villiers ; born 1853. Drew. 

Son of Rev. Richard Surtees, Holtby, York. Class. 
Upper IVth— Vth. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; 
First Eleven Football; President of Athletics. Left 
Mids. 1872. 
University College, Oxford ; Represented Oxford in Broad 
Jump v. Cambridge, 1875 an ^ 1876; Went to New 
Zealand — Farming. Katikati, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. 

Sutton, Arthur Warwick. Drew. 

Son of Martin Hope Sutton, Reading. Class. Hnd Left 

Chr. 1871. 

Bucklebury Place, Wool Hampton, Berks. 

Sutton, Claud Hope, Rev. ; born 1856. Drew. 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd— Vlth. School Prefect; 
First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 

1874. 

Exhibitioner, Exeter College, Oxford; B.A. 1878; Curate of 
Nonington 1880 ; Kensington 1882 ; Shanklin 1885 ; St. 
Paul's, Onslow Square, 1886 ; Chaplain at Luxor, Egypt, 
1888-9; Mentone 1889-90; Diocesan Missioner in Exeter 
Diocese 1890-4 ; Vicar and Surrogate of South wold. 

The Vicarage, Soutkwold, Sussex. 

Tonge, Francis Henry, Capt. 

Son of Captain L C. H. Tonge, R.N., The Elms, Lyming- 
ton, Hants. Left Chr. 1867. 
Went to Winchester College. Highway Manor, North Wilts. 

Wing, Henry Tryon. McDowall. 

Class. Shell. Left Chr. 1866. 

t Last address known to Editor 



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Entries in January, 1867. 

■w 

Adkins, Henry. EstriUge. 

Son of Henry Adkins, The Firs, Edgbaston. Left Easter 
1867. 

Charleton, Charles; born 1851. 3rew. 

Son of Edward Charleton, London. Class. Shell — Vth. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. 
Left Chr. 1868. 

Cement Manufacturer. 4 Eostcheap, London, E. C. 

Copft, Alfred Norris, Rev. ; born 1855. McQowall. 

Son oi Rev. F. Haden Cope, North Malvern. Left 1868. 

St. John's College, Cambridge; B.A 1877; Curate of St. 
Stephen's, Barbourne, 1878 ; Chaplain and Headmaster of 
Training Ship Conway 1879 ; Curate of Hap ley Castle 1880 ; 
Chelsfield 1885 ; Vicar of Dormington 1886. 

Dormiffgton Vicarage, Hereford. 

Hawkins, Alexander Frederick ; born 1852. McDowall. 

Son of Mrs. Hawkins, Althorp Villa, Spencer Place, Leeds. 
Left Mids. 1869. 

Ingleby, Arthur, Rev. ; born 1852. Drew. 

Son of Clement Mansfield Ingleby, LL.D., Valentines, 
Ilford. Class. Shell. Left Easter 1870. 
Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1874; ordained 1876; 
Chaplain of St. Mary's Hospital, Ilford, 1882-1892. 

St. Clement's, Heene, Worthing. 

* Ingleby, Holcbmbe; born 1854. Drew. 

Brother of above. Class. Lower IVth-VIth. Junior 
Chapel Prefect; First Eleven Cricket (capt. 1873); President 
of Athletics; President of Debating Society. Left Mids. 

i873. 
Corpus Christi College, Oxford; Third Class Hist. ; B.A. 1877 ; 
Magistrate for County of Norfolk ; Author (with E.N. Rolfe) 
of " Naples in 1888," " Irresponsibility of Human Actions," 
"Poems." Sedge/or J, Norfolk', Athentettm Club. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Sjciety. 



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Ingleby, Herbert ; born 1856. Drew. 

Brother of above. Class. Lower IVth — Vth. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket. Left 1874. 

Brasenose College, Oxford ; B.A. 1879. Died 1900. 

Joynson, Francis; born 1853. McDowall. 

Son of Thomas Joynson, Longview, Liscard, Cheshire. 
Mod. II. First Eleven Football; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Chr. 1869. New park, Annan, Dumfries. 

Lushington, Charles Morant ; born 1854. McDowall. 

Foundation Scholar. Son of J. L. Lushington, Madras Civil 
Service. Class. IVth— Vlth. House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Latin Prose; Greek Prose; Greek Verse; Gully. 
French. Left Easter 1872. 

Ceylon Civil Service ; Government Agent for Eastern Province, 
and District Judge of Batticaloa. Batticaloa, Ceylon. 

Peacock, Charles Fenning ; born 185 1. Maddock. 

Son of James Atkinson Peacock, 1 Upper Mall, Hammer- 
smith, W. Left Chr. 1869. 

Yates, Thomas James ; born 1854. Maddock. 

Son of J. W. Yates, Ashton-on- Mersey. Med. Junior 

School — B. Illrd. First Eleven Football ; House Eleven 

Cricket. Left 1871. 

Cotton Manufacturer. Oakfield, Ashton-on- Mersey. 

Y'aies, Henry Robert ; born 1855. Maddock 

Brother of above. Mod. Junior School — B. Hnd. Second 
Eleven Cricket; Second Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1871. 
Merchant. Oakfield, Ashton-on- Mersey. 

Entries in May, 1867. 

Barrows, Harry Hanson ; born 1854. 

Son of William Barrows, The Birches, Hagley, Stourbridge. 
Class. Hnd. First Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1871. 

- Dead. 



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Birch, Lightwood Thomas. 

Son of Thomas John Birch, Armitage Lodge, Rugeley. 
Class. Upper IVth. Left Easter 1869. 
Dead. 

Bright-Betton, Edward A., Rev. ; born 1850. Maddock. 

Son of Rev. J. Bright rTotterton Hall, Salop. Class. Illrd— 
Upper IVth. House Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; Second 
Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1869. 
University College, Durham; B.A. 1873; Vicar of Lydbury 
1878 ; Marborough 1886. 

The Vicarage, Marborough, West Norfolk. 

Campbell, Leveson Grimville. Day Boy. 

Son of Captain Leveson Grimville Alexander Campbell, 
Abbey Terrace, Malvern. Class. IHrd. Left Mids. 1868. 

Curtis, Steward Edward Binney ; born 1853. McDowall. 

Class. Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1870. 

H addon, Henry Edmonds ; born 1852. Day Boy. 

Son of Henry Haddon, Malvern. Class. Ilnd — Vlth. Left 
Mids. 1871. 

Mathematical Sizarship, St. Catherine's College, Cambridge ; 
Passed into Indian Civil Service; Executive Engineer, 
P.W.D. ; retired 1899. Died at Paignton, Dec. 7th, 1900. 

Maclure, Frank. Drew. 

Son of Andrew Maclure, 14 Ladbrooke Square, Notting 
Hill, W. Class. Ilnd. Left Easter 1871. 

In business. \cjo Messrs. Maclure, Macdonald, &* Macgregor, 

Queen Victoria Street, London. 

* Robinson, Arthur Frank ; born 1853. McDowall. 

Son of Thomas Robinson, Comer Hall, Hemel Hempstead. 
Class. IHrd — Mod. B 1 and Math. 1 : School Prefect ; House 
Eleven Football ; Second Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1870. 

Brattskury, Woking, Surrey. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. t Last address known to Editor. 



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Staight, Julius Edgar. Mad dock. 

Son of Stephen Staight, 64 Myddleton Square, London. 
Class. Illrd. Left Mids. 1868. 

Stewart, William Neville. 

Son of William Stewart, Worfield Villa, Malvern. Class. 
Ilnd. Left Mids. 1868. 

Thornton, Godfrey Henry. Day Boy. 
Son of Mrs. Thornton, The Mythe, Malvern. Class. Illrd. 
Left Chr. 1868. 



Entries in September, 1867. 

Biggs, St. John Alder. Maddock. 

Son of Colonel Thomas Biggs, Mill Bank, Cradley. Malvern. 
Class. Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1870. 

Cbarns, Edward. Maddock. 

Son of Edward Paton Cearns, South Norwood Park, Lon- 
don. Class. Ilnd. Left Chr. 1871. 

* Cox, Charles Stewart ; born 1856. McDowall. 

Son of A. R. Cox, Denbigh. Class. Ilnd. School Prefect ; 
First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 
1874. Reform Club, Pall Mall, S. IV. 

Crane, John Henry. Maddock. 

Son of Henry Crane, Oakhampton, Stourport. Class. Ilnd. 
Left Chr. 1869. County Club, Wotcester. 

Crump, John Hamerton ; born 1854. 

Son ot G. Hamerton Crump, Naseby, Northampton. Class. 
Upper IVth. Lea Shakespeare ; Latin Prose ; English Verse. 
Left 1872. 
New College, Oxford ; B. A. 1876. Died 1887. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Earwaker, Robert Parsons. 

Son of John Earwaker, Alderley Edge, Manchester. Class. 
Illrd. Left Chr. 1868. 

Bowden Hall, Chapel-en-le Frith, Derbyshire. 

Estridge, Henry Powys Loraine ; born 1858. Day Boy — Estridge. 
Son of Rev. H. Estridge. Class. Hnd— Vlth. Junior 
Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1877. 

Exeter College, Oxford ; entered Army 1879 ; West Surrey 
Regiment ; Burmese War 1889-90 ; killed in polo accident, 
January 1891 ; Tablet in Chapel. 

Grazebrook, Francis; born 1856. Maddock — Faber. 

Son of John Phillips Grazebrook, Hagley Court, Stourbridge. 
Class. Junior School — Shell. Left Easter 1872. 

Ironmaster and Colliery Owner. Himley House, near Dudley. 

Jackson, Harry Courtenay ; born 1852. Maddock. 

Son of Major George Jackson, Kempsey, Worcester. Class. 
Lower IVth. First Eleven Cricket; First Eleven Football 
(capt.) Left Mids 1871. 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; Entered Army. Died 1887. 

Jellicorse, John Henry ; born 1853. 

Son of Eward John Brown Jellicorse, Fallowfield, near 
Manchester Class. Illrd. Left Mids. 1869. 

Jkllicorse, Edward Herbert ; born 1854. 

Brother of above. Class. Hnd. First Eleven Football. 
Left Easter 1872. 

King, Bernard Watson ; born 1853. Maddock. 

Son of Knowles King, Maidstone. Junior School — Mod. I. 
House Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1870. 

Solicitor. f4i Havelock Road, Hastings. 

f Last address known to Editor. 



1867 3 The Malvern Register. 23 



Lucas, Arthur Ernest. 

Son of Arthur Lucas, Marlow Road, Buckingham. Class. 
Upper Ilnd. Left Mids. 1870. 

Money-Kyrle, Arthur Gambier ; born 1853. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Money, Goodrest, Malvern. Class. Lower Illrd. 
Left Mids. 1868. 

Nicolls, Jasper Gauntlet. Maddock. 

Son of F. H. G. Nicolls, Leamington. Class. Shell. First 
Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football (capt.). Left 
Mids. 1870. 

In New Zealand. 

Rogers, Herbert William ; born 1851. Maddock. 

Son of Charles Rogers, West Brixton, Surrey. Left 
Easter 1869. fi3 Victoria Street, S. W. 

Warburton, Charles Peel. 

Son of Mrs. Warburton, Shirley House, Cheltenham. 
Class. Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1868. 

Ware, Douglas, Rev ; born 1854. Maddock — Faber. 

Son of Rev. J. M. Ware, Ullingswick Rectory, Bromyard. 
Class. Junior School—Shell. School Prefect; First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1873. 

St. John's College, Cambridge; B A. 1878; Vicar of St. Paul's, 
Swindon. Dead. 

Winscombe, John Cave ; born 1852. 

Son of John Cave Winscombe, I.C. S. Lower Ilnd. English 
Verse. Left Easter 1870. 

Poet and Reciter. Twyning, near Tewkesbury, 

# Wodehouse, Charles Edward ; born 1856. Drew. 

Son of William Herbert Wodehouse, Woolmer's Park, near 

Hertford. Class. Lower IVth— Vth. Left Mids. 1872. 

Merton College, Oxford ; B.A. 1878 ; Magistrate for County of 

Herts. Woolmer's Park, Hertford, and Athenaum Club. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. t Last address known to Editor. 



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Entries in January, 1868. 

Cazalet, Robert Henry. Day Boy. 

Son of Major G. H. Cazalet, Malvern Link. Class. Ilnd. 
Left Easter 1873. 

Harkness, George McNair. Drew, 

Son of James McNair Harkness, 40 Parliament Street, 
Westminster. Left Chr. 1868. 

Went to Australia. Died, about 1884. 

Hayes, Charles; born 1851. Drew. 

Son of the Hon. Mr. Justice Hayes, Brick Court, Middle 
Temple, E.C. First Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1869. 

* Hill, Arthur Felton Still, Rev. ; born 1853. Maddock—Faber. 

Son of Rev. Prebendary Hill, Felton Rectory, Herefordshire. 
Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect. Left Mids. 
1872. 

New College, Oxford ; B.A. 1876 ; Lichfield Theological 
College 1877 ; Curate of Handsworth 1877-79 ; St. Mary's, 
Hull, 1879-80; Incumbent of St. Mary's, Aberdeen, 1880-86; 
Rector of St. John, Maddermarket, 1888-94; Vicar of Cam 
Lower 1894-97 ; Dufton, Appleby, 1897- 1904 ; Rector of St. 
Leonard's, Lasswade, 1904. 

St. Leonard's Rectory, Lasswade, Scotland. 

Irwin, John Arthur ; born 1854. McDowall. 

Son of Edward Irwin, Derrygore. Ilnd. Second Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1870. 

Magistrate for Co. Fermanagh, and High Sheriff 1888. 

Derrygore, Enniskillen, Ireland. 

Lloyd, Howard Meuric ; born 1853. Maddock — Faber. 

Son of J. Howard F. Lloyd, Colonial Civil Service. 
Class. Ilnd— Shell. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 
1871. 

Exeter College, Oxford; Third Class Jurisprudence; B.A. 
1876; Called to the Bar 1878: J. P. for County of Car- 
marthen ; High Sheriff 1905. 

Delfryn Llanwvda t R.S.O., S. Wales. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Rainb, Alfred OctaviUs ; born 1853. School Houss. 

Son of William Surtees feaine, Gain ford, Durham. Class. 
Illrd. First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football (capt.) ; 
Lea Shakespeare. Left 1873. 

New College, Oxford ; B.A. 1887 ; Entered Lincoln's Inn. 

Rodgers, Maurice George; born 1855. Mc Do wall. 

Son of John Rodgers, Oakholme Road, Sheffield. Class. 
Ilnd. First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1871. 

Sheffield Cutler. Died May 23rd, 1898. 

Stanley, John Albert. 

Son of William Thomas Stanley, Leamington Spa. Class. 
Ilnd. Left Mids. 1868. 

Titlky, Anthony George. 

Son of Mrs. Titley, 12 Grosvenor Place, Cheltenham. 
Class. Ilnd. Left Chr. 1869. 



Entries in May, 1868. 

Chamberlain, Charles M. 

Son of C. M. R. Chamberlain, Malvern Wells. Class. Illrd. 
Left Mids. 1871. 

Chamberlain, Robert K. ; born 1855. 

Brother of above. Left Mids. 1873. 

* Curteis, Francis Algernon, Colonel ; born 1856. Drew. 

Son of Captain H. J. Curteis, Clifton, Bristol. Mod. B III — 
BI. House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left 
Easter 1873. 

R.M.A. Woolwich; R.A. 1876; South African War 1899; 
formerly played Cricket for Gloucestershire. 

Army and Navy Club. 

Curtis, Michael Martyn; born 1853. 

Son of John Curtis, Newbury House, White Ladies Road, 
Bristol. Class. Ilnd. First Eleven Football. Left Easter 
1871. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Darley, J. W. Drew. 

Son of J. F. Darley, of Bray. Left 1871. 

Went to Clifton ; Captain 4th Dragoon Guards ; Egyptian 
Campaign 1882 ; Kassasin and Tel - el - Kebir ; Stewart's 
Column in Soudan 1884 ; killed at the Battle of Abu-Klea, 
Jan. 1885 ; Medal with Clasp and Khedive's Bronze Star. 

Darley, William Kirkpatrick ; born 1857. Dreio 

Brother of above. House Eleven Cricket. Left 1871. 

Went to Clifton ; Tea-planting in India. 

5 Northbrook Road, Leeson Park, Dublin. 

Davies, Richard R. P. B. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Davies, Priory Mount, Malvern. Class. Illrd. 
Left Mids. 1871. 

Dighton, Stanley Moore. 

Son of John Henry Dighton, Newland, near Coleford, 
Gloucestershire. Class. Hnd. Left. Chr. 1870. 

Empson, Arthur Reginald; born 1853. Maddock. 

Son of John William Empson, Ripple Hall, Tewkesbury. 
Class. Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1871. 

Brasenose College, Oxford ; B.A. 1874 ; J. P. for East Yorkshire. 

Yokefleet Hall, near Howden, Yorks ; Junior Carlton Club. 

George, Edwin Herbert. 

Son of Frederick George, 9 Finchley Road, St. John's Wood. 
Class. Hnd. Left Mids. 1872. 

* Jones, Edward Herbert, Rev. ; born 1853. Drew. 

Son of Rev. Canon J ones, Waterloo, Liverpool. Class. Hnd — 
Vth. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1873. 

Jesus College, Cambridge ; Foundation and Rustat Scholar ; 
B. A., 35th Wrangler, 1877 ; Second Class Theological Tripos ; 
Vicar of Rolvenden 1884-92 ; Vicar of St. Philip's, Battersea. 

St. Philip's Vicarage, Queen's Road, Battersea, S. IV. 
* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Perceval, Ascelin Spencer, Rev. ; born 1856. AfcDowall. 

Son of H. S. Perceval, London. Class. Ilnd. Junior Chapel 
Prefect. Left Chr. 1874. 

Exeter College, Oxford; B.A. 1878 ; ordained 1881 ; Curate of 
St. Michael's, Derby, 1881-85 ; vi car of Macworth 1886-87 ; 
Schoolmaster. f Woking. 

Williams, Percy Edwin. Day Boy. 

Son of Edwin Williams, Enderley, Malvern. Left Chr. 1869. 

Williams, Edward Osborne, Rev. ; born 1854. Maddock — Faber. 
Son of Philip Henry Williams, Stoke House, Tenbury. 
Class. IHrd— Vth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1873. 

Trinity College, Oxford; B.A., Third Class Theol., 1877; 
ordained 1878 ; Curate of Ukley, Yorks, 1878-81 ; Vicar of 
St. Stephen's, Leeds, 1881-88 ; then became a Missionary at 
the China Inland Mission, Shanghai, where he died, 
June 30th, 1899. 

Williams, Claud St. Maur ; born 1856. Maddock— Faber. 

Brother of above. Class. IHrd — Shell. House Prefect ; 

Second Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left 

Mids. 1873. 

Civil Engineer. Belle Vue, Harrow-on- the -Hill. 



Entries in September, 1868. 

Atkins, Frederick William Martin. Est ridge. 

Left Chr. 1869. 
Dead. 

Barlow, William Wycliffe ; born 1854. Drew. 

Son of William Barlow, Wilmslow. Mod. Upper B. Left 
Easter 1869. 

St. John's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1875 ; Called to the 
Bar 1883 ; Magistrate for County of Cheshire. 

\Ashford, Wilmslow », Cheshire. 
f Last address known to Editor. 



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Barlow, Alexander Kay ; born 1855. Drew. 

Son of William Barlow, Formby, Lancashire. Mod. B. 
Second Eleven Football. Left 1869. 
Solicitor. ^Lynder's Woody Brainttee* Essex. 

Barker, Thomas Wallace. 

Son of Christopher Dove Barker, Malvern. Class. Illrd. 
Left Mids. 1870. 
Went to Harrow and Cambridge ; Rowed in the University 
Boat 1878; Banker in Newcastle. Died, June 12th, 1902. 

Baylis, Alfred Adam. ' Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Baylis, Malvern. Mod. B III. Left Mids. 1871. 

Bearne, Lewis Edward ; born 1853. Estridge. 

Son of Lewis Bearne, Newton Abbot. Mod. B I. House 
Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. 
Left Chr. 1869. 

Merchant ; retired Major of Volunteers ; Staff Officer to 
Brigadier-General Lord Mount Edgcombe. 

Edginswell House> near Torquay. 

Bellhouse, Thomas Percy ; born 1856. Maddock—Faber. 

Son of Thomas Taylor Bellhouse, Ashton-in-Mersey. 
Mod. B III— B I. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1874. 

Solicitor; Amateur Middle- Weight Boxing Champion 1883. 
Died 1902. 

Binns, Frederick Walpole. Estridge. 

Son of Thomas Walpole Binns, Hebden Bridge, Manchester. 
Mod. B I. Left Chr. 1869 

Dead 

Chadwick, John Edward. 

Son of John Chadwick, Woodville, near Stockport. Class. 
Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1869. 

t Last address known to Editor. 



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Chevers, Norman Bedford ; born 1852. Estridge. 

Son of Mrs. Chevers, 29 Montpellier Villas, Cheltenham. 
Class. Illrd. Left Mids. 1871. 

Childe-Freeman, Arthur John; born 1853. Maddock. 

Son of Rev. Arthur Childe-Freeman, Edwyn Ralph Rectory. 
Mod. B II. Left Mids. 1869. 

Dead. 

Childe-Freeman, Edward Leonard, Rev. ; born 1855. Maddock — 
Faber. Brother of above. Class. Illrd — Vlth. Junior 
Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1874. 

Colquitt Exhibitioner, Brasenose College, Oxford; B.A. 1879; 
ordained 1880; Curate of Bolton Abbey, Yorks, 1880-82; 
Rector of Edwyn Ralph. Edwyn Ralph Rectory \ Bromyard 

Clayton, George Edward. Estridge. 

Son of Mrs. Clayton, Springfield Terrace, Lancaster. Mod. 
BI. Left Easter 1 87 1. 

*Compton, Herbert Eastwick ; born 1853. Estridge — Faber. 

Son of Colonel D'Oyley Compton. Class. Lower IVth — 
Shell. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Twelve 
Football ; Editor of Malvernian ; English Verse. Left Mids. 
1871. 

Coffee-planting in South Africa ; Tea-planting in India ; Author 
of "The Deadman's Gift," "A Master Mariner," "The 
Military Adventures of Hindustan," "A King's Hussar," 
"A Free Lance in a Far Land," "The Palace of Spies," 
Cassell's History of the Ashanti War, etc.; frequent 
contributor to Malvernian under nom de plume of " Hector." 

Savage Club, Adelphi, W.C. 

Cooper, William ; born 1854. School House. 

Son of John Cooper, Preston. Class. Illrd — Vlth. Lea 
Shakespeare; English Verse. Left Mids. 1873. 

St. John's College, Oxford; B.A.; Second Class History 1877 ; 
Assistant Master, Malvern College, 1878-82 ; Barrrister-at- 
Law. The Holt, Netherhall Gardens, H amp stead, N. W . 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Corfe, Edward Charles, Rev. ; born 1852. Maddock. 

Son of C. W. Corfe, Mus. Doc, Christ Church, Oxford. 
Class. IVth— Shell. Left Mids. 1869. 

Classical Scholar, Hertford College, Oxford ; Third Class 
Classical Mods. ; B.A. 1874 ; Second Master, Chipping 
Campden Grammar School 1874-75 ; ordained 1875 ; Curate 
of St. Jude's, Bradford, 1875 77 ; Minor Canon of Rochester 
Cathedral 1877-84 ; Organising Secretary Additional Curates' 
Society, Midland District, 1884-87; Metropolitan District 
1887; S.E. District 1896; Hon. Fellow of St. Michael's 
College, Tenbury, 1884 ; Canon Residentiary and Precentor 
of Truro 1904. Lis Escop % Truro. 

* Goodwin, Daniel Parker ; born 1857. Drew. 

Son of Daniel Wagstaff Goodwin, The Elms, Kidderminster. 
Mod. B II. Left Mids. 1872. Oak den, Kidderminster. 

Harris, Wintern Mortimer ; born 1856. 

Son of Mortimer Harris, Dulwich. Class. Hnd. Left Mids. 

1873- 
Subsequently at Christchurch, N.Z. 

Harrison, Robert Erskine. McDowall, 

Son of Lieut. -Colonel Broadley Harrison, Kynaston, near 
Ross. Class. Hnd. Left Mids. 1870. 

Jardine, James Arthur; born 1853. McDowall. 

Son of James Jardine, Brookdale, Alderley Edge, Manchester. 
Mod. B II. Left Easter 1870. 

Dead. 

Lascelles, Francis ; born 1855. Estridge. 

Son of Rowley Lascelles, Pencraig, near Cardigan. 
Mod. B1I. Left Mids. 1872. 

Morris, Frederick Summers ; born 1856. 

Son of F. W. Morris, Shucknall Court, Ledbury. 
Class. Hnd. Left Easter 1873. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Robinson, George Herbert ; born 1856. 

Son of late Thomas Robinson, Edenhurst, Sevenoaks. 

Died May 1894. 

Shaw, Joseph ; born 1856. \faddock—Faber. 

Son of Joseph Shaw, Celbridge, Ireland. Class. Ilnd — Vth. 

School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1875. 

Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A.; Jun. Opt. 1879; Barrister- 
at-Law 1887. 9 Bridge Street, S. W . 

Shaw, Shuldham Henry; born 1858. Maddock-Faber. 

Brother of above. Class. Ilnd — Vth. School Prefect ; Second 

Eleven Cricket ; Second Eleven Football ; Captain of 
Boats 1876. Left Mids. 1876. 

Tea business in London, subsequently in Assam ; Proprietor of 
Moheema Tea Estate. 

\Ravenswell, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. 

Slee, Herbert Hutton. Estridge. 

Son of Edward Richardson Slee, The Cedars, Clapham 
Common. Mod. B II. Left Chr. 1869. 

Smith, George Frederick ; born 1853. 

Son of Rev. W. A. Smith, 6 Mount Beacon, Bath. 
Mod. B II. Left Chr. 1870. 

Stones, James William ; born 1853. Drew. 

Son of William Stones, Blackburn. Class. Lower I Vth — 
Upper I Vth. Left Easter 1870. 

Timber Merchant ; Magistrate. 

Warren Holt, Wilpshire, Blackburn. 

Thomas, David William ; born 1855. 

Son of D. F. B. Thomas, Hereford. Class. Ilnd. Left 
Chr. 1872. 

Willcox, Samuel ; born 1854. Day Boy. 

Son of Samuel Willcox, C.E., Malvern Wells. Mod. BII. 
Left Mids. 1871. 

Solicitor 1877. 9 Welford Place, Leicester. 

f Last address known to Editor. 



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Entries in January, 1869. 

Bate, Arthur Thomas. Day Boy. 

Son of Charles J. Bate, Peachfield, Malvern. Left 
Mids. 1873. The Lodge, Scvenoaks. 

George, Augustin Seaton ; born 1854. 

Son of Augustin King George, 3 Talbot Square, W. 
Mod. BIL— BI. Chance Prize; First Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1874. 

* Goldingham, Herbert ; born 1852. Estridge. 

Son of H. G. Goldingham, Worcester. Class. Upper IVth — 
Shell. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; House 
Eleven Football. Left 1870. 

Solicitor ; Colonel 1st Worcestershire Artillery Volunteers. 

The Chipping House, Wotton-under-Edgc, Gloucestershire. 

Heginbottam, Herbert. 

Son of Thomas Heginbottam. Stamford House, Ashton- 
under-Lyne. Class. Ilnd. Left Chr. 1869. 

Hind, James Richard ; born 1854. McDowall. 

Son of J. H. Hind, Birkenhead. Mod. B I. ; House Prefect ; 
House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left 1871. 

Went into business in Liverpool. Died March 1888. 

Horton, Charles Arthur. Estridge. 

Mod. B I. Chance Prize. 

Irwin, Acheson Harcourt ; born 1858. Estridge. 

Son of E. Irwin, Derrygore, Co. Fermanagh. Mod. B II. — 
B I. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Football. Left 1876. 

King's College, London ; Civil Engineer. 

Neptune Lodge, Sandy cove, Co. Dublin. 

♦ Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Peake, John ; born 1853. Dteiv, 

Son ot Mrs. Peake, Stoney Fields, Newcastle, Staffordshire. 
Mod. BII. First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1871. 

Dead. 



Potts. James Ashford ; born 1855. McDowall. 

Son of George Potts, Broseley. Class. Illrd — Upper IVth. 
House Prefect; First Eleven Football. Left Easter 1873. 

Edinburgh University 1879 ; Medallist in Senior Anatomy ; 
M.D. 1880; M.R.C.S. 1880; House Surgeon, Royal Mater- 
nity Hospital, Edinburgh, 1880 ; Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, 
1 88 1 ; Surgeon to Ross Cottage Hospital. 

Palace Pound, Ross, Herefordshire. 

Pugh, Harry Rose ; born 1855. Estridge. 

Son of Charles Pugh, Clevedon. Mod. BII. — BI. School 
Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1874. 

Jesus College, Cambridge ; B. A. 1878 ; Barrister-at-law. 

Heather cliff c> Walton-by-Clevedon y Somerset ; 

Albion Chambers* Bristol. 

Pugh, Cecil Rose ; born 1856. Estridge. 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd — Vth. School Prefect ; 

First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1875. 

Magdalen College, Oxford ; B.A. 1878 ; Land Agent and 
Solicitor. Briarwood, Sedbergh, Yorks. 



Smith, Edward Burgess. 

Son of Edward Smith, Braighiny, Herts. Class. Lower IVth. 
Left Mids. 1870. 



Wilson, Arthur Loraine. McDowall 

Son of Loraine Wilson, Norton House, Fallowfield, Man- 
chester. Mod. B I. Left Easter 1869. 

D 



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Wright, Charles ; born 1852. McDowall. 

Son of Charles Wright, Anston. Class. Lower IVth. 

Merton College, Oxford; Magistrate for West Riding of York- 
shire ; Major, the Sherwood Rangers. Anston Rotheram. 

Wright, George ; brother of above. AfcDowall. 

Mod. B II. Left Easter 1870. 



Entries in May, 1869. 



Clarkson, James Booth ; born 1855. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Clarkson, Malvern. Mod. B II. Left Chr. 1872. 



Collins, James But. Estrvlge. 

Son of James Tertius Collins, Edgbaston. Class. Illrd. 
Left Chr. 1869. 



Essex, John. Drew. 

Son of George Bearcroft Essex, Leigh Court, Worcester. 
Class. Ilnd. Left Easter 1872. Dead. 



Faber, Walter Vavasour ; born 1857. Drew. 

Son of Charles Faber. Class. Lower IVth — Vlth. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1873. 

Royal Horse Artillery 1878 ; Acting Aide-de-Camp to 
General Lord Roberts, Commander-in-Chief, India; A.D.C. 
to General Williams, Woolwich District ; Resigned 1891 ; 
now partner in Strong & Co., Brewers. 

Brewery House, Weyhill, Attdover. 

Gordon, Alexander Frederick St. John. Estridge. 

Son of Alexander Thomas Gordon, Culmore House, London- 
derry. Left Chr. 1870. 



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Harrison, Lancelot ; born 1854. Estridge. 

Son of Major William Thomas Harrison, 8th Hussars. 
Class. Lower IVth — Mod. B I. Second Eleven Football ; 
Honse Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1870. 

Was farming till 1880. j Sutton Place, near Seaford, Sussex. 

Hayes, Francis George. Drew. 

Son of Hon. Mr. Justice Hayes, Esher, Surrey. Class. 
Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1869. 

L.R.C. P., London, 1876; M.R.C.S., England, 1876; Medical 
Officer Dunster and Minehead Village Hospital. 

The Cottage, Dunster, Somerset. 

Haynes, Charles Holland; born 1853. Estridge. 

Son of W. H. Haynes, Liverpool. Mod. B. III. Left 1870. 

Business in Liverpool. 61 Lord Street, Liverpool. 

Milner-Jones, Edward William ; born 1853. Maddock — Faber. 

Son of Edward Jones, Llandovery. Class. Upper IVth. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket. Left 1873. 

Called to the Bar 1881 ; Magistrate for Carmarthenshire. 

\z Pump Court, Temple, E.C. 

Smith, Alfred Althorp. Estridge. 

Son of Thomas Smith, Handsworth, Sheffield. Mod. BII. 
Left Mids. 1870. 

Smith, Ernest William ; born 1853. Day Boy. 

Son of Josiah Lambourne Smith, Ledbury. Mod. B II. 
Left Mids. 1872. Mathon y near Malvern. 

Smith, Harry Vernon ; born 1855. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Class. IHrd — Mod. IV. Left Chr. 1873. 

Solicitor. St. Cutkberfs Ledbury. 

Wathen, George William ; born i860. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. J. B. Wathen, Guarlford Rectory. Class. Junior 
School— Upper IVth. Left Easter 1875. 

Cotton Shipper. New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A. 

\ Last address known to Editor. 



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Entries in September 1869. 

Andrews, Frederick Lowe ; born 1855. Maddock. 

Class. Illrd — Lower IVth. House Eleven Cricket; House 
Eleven Football. Left Easter 1872. 

f Vent nor Place, Tet ten hall Road, Wolverhampton. 

Bamford, Walter Henry, Rev. Estridge. 

Son of Rev. Robert Bamford, Little Dewchurch Vicarage, 
Ross. Class. Illrd: Left Chr. 1869. 

Christchurch Rectory, Madison, Indiana, U.S.A. 

Boucher, John ; born 1855. 

Son of John Boucher, Chesterton, Cambridge. Class. Illrd. 
Left Mids. 1872. 

Bowers, William ; born 1855. Drew. 

Class. Lower IVth. First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1872. 

Entered the Arrriy ; retired. 

Bowles, Charles William. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. C. J. S. Bowles, Malvern. Class. Ilnd. Left 
Chr. 1871. 
Tea Planter in Ceylon. Died 1896. 

Cook, William Satchell ; born 1855. McDowail. 

Son of Charles Cook, Newbury. Mod.'B II. Left Chr. 1870. 

Went to Australia. Sydney \ New South Wales. 

Fullerton, Frederick Arthur; born 1854. Estridge. 

Son of Rev. G. Fullerton, Thrybergh Park, Rotheram. 

Class. Illrd — Shell. First Eleven Cricket (capt.). Left 1874. 

Bengal Mounted Police. Malda, Bengal, India. 

t Last address known to Editor. 



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Gale, Walter Andrew, Lieut. -Colonel ; born 1855. Estridge. 

Son of John Gale, Oakfield, Cheltenham. Class. Lower 
IVth— Shell. Left Mids. 1871. 

Royal Engineers; Lieut. -Colonel 1901. 

^Hehtonlei&ht Southborough t Kent. 

* Harrison, Heath ; born 1857, Estridge. 

Son of James Harrison, Wallasey, Cheshire. Class. 1st — 
Vth. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket (capt.) 1876; 
First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1876. 

Brasenose College, Oxford; J. P. and County Councillor for 
Hampshire; Founder of "Heath Harrison" Exhibition at 
Brasenose College, Oxford. Le Court, Liss t Hants. 

Hayward, Gerald Thomas Goodman, Rev. ; born 1853. Estridge. 
Son of Rev. T. W. Hayward, Trinity College, Cambridge. 
Mod. BI. House Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 
1870. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1877; Minor Canon Lichfield 
Cathedral. The Close, Lichfield. 

Hayward, Gabriel Goodman Walter, Captain ; born 1854. Estridge. 
Brother of above. Class. Upper IVth — Vlth. Senior Chapel 
Prefect ; Greek Verse ; English Verse ; First Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1873. 

New College, Oxford ; Captain 13th Prince Albert's Light 
Infantry. Army and Navy Club t S. W. 

Hopton, William Cope, Rev. ; born 1854. Estridge. 

Son of C. E. Hopton, Newport, Isle of Wight. Class. 
Lower IVth. 

Exeter College, Oxford; Non-Coil. B.A., 1870; Curate of 
Arundel 1879 ; St. Leonard's, Bridgnorth, 1880 ; Rector of 
Frome Bishop 188 1. Frome Bishop Rectory, Bromyard. 

*Hotham, Henry Edward, Capt.; born 1855. Maddock — Faber. 

Son of Rev. F. H. Hotham, Rushbury, Salop. Class. 

Illrd — Vth. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; 

First Eleven Football (capt.). Left Chr. 1874. 

Exeter College, Oxford ; R. M. C, Sandhurst, 1877 ; 90th Light 

* * Member of Old Malvernian Society. + Last address known to Editor. 



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Infantry 1878; South African War 1877-8-9; Kaffir Cam- 
paign ; Operations against the Galekas ; Actions in the 
Waterkloof and Perie Bush ; Zulu Campaign ; Affair of 
Zungen Nek ; Battles of Kambula and Ulundi ; Medal 
with Clasp ; Retired 1893. 

Naval and Military Club, Piccadilly ; Tixover //all, Stamford. 

Jones, Arthur Clarence ; born 1853. Estridge. 

Mod. B II. Left Easter 1871. 

Jones, Reginald ; born 1857. Estridge. 

Class. Ilnd. Left Mids. 1875. 

Kortright, George Disbrowe. Day Boy. 

Mod. BI. Left Mids. 1871. 
Royal Insurance Co., Liverpool. 

Lewis, William Howard ; born 1854. Estridge. 

Son of Edwin Lewis, Wolverhampton. Class. IHrd. Left 
Chr. 1 87 1. Dead. 

Lockley, Edward Holden. Estridge. 

Son of Thomas Lockley, 18 Boot ham, York. Class. IHrd. 
Left Easter 1870. 

Massy-Beresford, John George Beresford ; born 1854. Estridge. 
Son of the Very Rev. J. M. Massy-Beresford, Dean of 
Kilmore. Class. Ilnd. Left Chr. 1869. 

Magistrate for Counties Peebles and Fermanagh. 

St. Hubert's, Belturbet, Co. Fermanagh ; 
Afacbie Hill, Lamancha, Scotland. 

Mellor, Herbert Walton ; born 1854. McDowall. 

Son of George Mellor, Ashton-under-Lyne. Mod. II. Left 
Mids. 1870. 

University of Zurich, and Queen's College, Oxford ; Cotton 
Broker, 5 Tithebarn Street, Liverpool* 



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Mills, William Foster. Estridge. 

Son of W. F. Mills, Duckmanton Lodge, Chesterfield. Class. 
Lower IVth. Left Easter 1872. 

Pim, Francis Adolphus. McDowall. 

Son of George Pim, Brenanstown House, Cabinteely, Ire- 
land. Mod. B IV— II. First Eleven Football (capt). Left 
Chr. 1876. 

Puleston (formerly Bailey), Crawsbay Wellington. Estridge. 

Son of Henry Bailey, Cirencester. Mod. B. I. Left Chr. 
1870. Worthenbury Manor, Wrexham , North Wales. 

Ramsbotham, Philip Bury. Estridge. 

Son of James Ramsbotham, Crowborough Warren, Tun- 
bridge Wells. Mod. BII. Left Easter 1871. 

Emsborough Lodge > //on it on, Devon. 

Robinson, Henry Walton ; born 1854. 

Son of Edward Robinson, Westville, Rotherham. Class. Hlrd. 
Left Mids. 1872. 

Scott, Alfred Lovell, Rev. ; born 1853. Estridge. 

Son of Daniel Burton Scott, Maritzburg, Natal. Class. Illrd 
— Shell. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1872. 

Hulmeian Exhibition, Brasenose College, Oxford; B.A., 
Fourth Class. Theol., 1879; Ran for Oxford v. Cambridge 
(Hundred Yards) 1877 ; ordained 1879 ; Vicar of Calne since 
1889. Derry Hill Vicarage, Cahte, Wiltshire. 

Smith, Ernest. Day Boy. 

Son of Frederick James Smith, Leeston, Malvern. Class. Ilnd. 
Left Easter 1871. 

Smith, Gustafs Kjold. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Class. 1st. " Left Mids. 1871. 

Smithin, Samuel Phipps ; born 1855. Estridge. 

Son of Benjamin Smithin, Dumbleton, Evesham. Class. Ilnd. 
Left Mids. 1872. 



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Steward, Herbert Charles ; born 1858. 

Son of Rev. C. II. Steward, Tewkesbury. Class. Hnd. 
Left Easter 1873. 
Entered the Army. Died 1877. 

Stewart, Montgomery James. Estridge. 

Son of Arthur Stewart, 19 St. Patrick Place, Cork. Class. 
Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1871. 

Was in the Oriental Bank. Died 1881. 

* Vickers, Thomas Rawson ; born 1854. Faber. 

Son of Samuel Vickers, Cadeby, Yorkshire. Class. Lower 
IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket ; First 
Eleven Football. Left 1872. 

Exeter College, Oxford ; Magistrate and County Councillor for 
Warwickshire. 

Holly berry Hall, near Coven tiy ; Nimrod Club, London. 

Webster, Henry Robert Ingham ; born 1855. Drew. 

Son of Henry Robert Webster, Morton House, Fence 
Houses, Durham. Mod. B II. First Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1873. 

Wilson, John James; born 1853. 

Son of Mrs. Wilson, Gilda Brook, Eccles. Class. IHrd. 
Left Easter 1871. 



Entries in January, 1870. 

Blomefield, George Pinchin Allan, Rev. Drew. 

Son of Rev. R. A. Blomefield, Malvern. Wilton Prize. 
Left Easter 1873. 

Scholar, St. Catherine's College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Senior 
Opt.) 1879 ; ordained 1879; Vicar of Abbots-Bickington 1889. 

Abbots- Bickington Vicarage, Devon. 
• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Collett, H. C. S. Left Easter 1871. 

105 Clive Street, Calcutta, India. 

Hurst, Arthur. McDowall. 

Son of Joseph S. Hurst, Copt Hewick Hall, Ripon. Left 
Mids. 1873. Parent's Address. 

Law, John Hodgson ; born 1855. Drew. 

Son of Mrs. Law, Eversden House, Hastings. First Eleven 
Football. Left Chr. 1871. 

Massy, Rollo ; born 1856. Drew. 

Son of Mrs. Massy, Hazelhurst, Lymington. Left Mids. 1872. 

# Palmer, Samuel Ernest. School House. 

Son of S. Palmer, 56 Finchley Road, London. 

Director of Great Western Railway 1898. 

10 Grosvenor Crescent, Hyde Park, S. W. 

Persse, Francis Fitzadelm ; born 1854. Estridge. 

Son of Dudley Persse, Roxborough, Lough rea. Mod. B II. — 
BI. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; House Eleven 
Football. Left 1872. Ashfield, Gort, Ireland. 

Pim, Arthur William ; born 1854. McDowall. 

Son of George Pim, Brenanstown House, Cabinteely, Ireland. 
First Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1870. 

Popham, Erskine Harvey. 

Son of Rev. William Popham, Christ Church Vicarage, 
BradFord-on-Avon. Left Mids. 1870. Dead. 

Ramsbotham, Edward Geoffrey ; born 1856. Estridge. 

Son of James Ramsbotham, Crowborough Warren, Sussex. 
Mod. Lower B— Upper B. House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids 1872. 

Retired Solicitor. Homlea, Cross in-Hand, Sussex. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Rodgers, John ; born 1856. McDowall. 

Son of George Joseph Rodgers, Sheffield. Mod. Lower B*— 
Upper B. House Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; House 
Eleven Football. Left Easter 1872. 
• Managing Director, Joseph Rodgers & Sons. 

Oaklawti, Oakham Road, Sheffield. 

S avery, Robert James ; born 1855. Drew. 

Son of James Pasmore Savery, Exeter. Modern Lower B — 

Upper B. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket. Left 

Mids. 1872. 

Merchant. Lynwood, Rose bank, near Capetown* South Africa. 

Scholfield, William Thomas. Drew. 

Left Easter 1871. 

Tomlinson, Walter M. ; born 1856. McDowall. 

School Prefect ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1874. 

Sherbrooke, P.Q. Canada. 

Utermarck, Reginald John Guthrie, Lieut. -Col. ; born 1856. 

Son of J. D. H. Utermarck, H.M. Attorney-General for 
Guernsey. Left Easter 1871. 
Entered the Army ; Egyptian Expedition 1882 (Medal, Bronze 
Star) ; Lieut. -Col. 1903 ; retired. Now in Australia. 

Watts, John Manning ; born 1857. 

Son of William Manning Watts, 35 Belsize Park, Hampstead. 
Left Chr. 1873. 

Williams, B. A. 

Son of Edwin Williams, Malvern. Left Mids. 1872. 



Entries in May, 1870. 

Bate, Edward. 

Son of Charles J. Bate, Malvern. Class. IHrd — Mid. IVth. 
Left Chr. 1876. jSt. Andrew's, Clevedon. 

t Last address known to Editor. 



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Bate, Robert Thornton. 

Brother of above. Class. Vth. Died while at School, Mids. 
1878. 

* Birch, John Henry; born 1854. Drew 

Son of George Henry Birch, West Bromwich. Mod. B I. 
Left East«r 1872. Ashleigh, Finchfield, Wolverhampton. 

Cazalet, William George, Rev. ; born 1859. Day Boy. 

Son of Major G. H. Cazalet, Malvern Link. Class. 1st — IHrd. 
Left Easter 1873. 

Somerset Scholar and Philpottine Exhibitioner of Brasenose 
College. Oxford ; B.A. 1881 ; Rector and Patron of Bent- 
worth. Bentworth Rectory, Alton, Hants. 

* Coote, Orlando Robert ; born 1855. Estridge. 

Son of Rev. Sir Algernon Coote, Bart., Tunbridge Wells. 
Class. Lower I Vth — Vth. School Prefect; First Eleven 
Football ; President of Athletics. Left Mids. 1874. 

Brasenose College, Oxford ; Won University Swimming Cham- 
pionship 1875 ; Land Agent ; Magistrate for Co. Roscommon. 

Auburn, Alhlone, Ireland. 

Harrison, George Crawford ; born i860. Drew. 

Son of W T illiam Harrison. Craven Hill Gardens, London. 
Class 1st— Shell. Left Mids. 1874. 

Went to Clifton ; Adam de Brome Exhibitioner, Oriel College, 
Oxford, 1879 ; First Class Classical Mods. 1881 ; First Class 
Lit. Hum. 1883 ; Played for Oxford v. Cambridge Cricket 
1880-1 ; Assistant Master, Clifton College, 1883 ; ditto, 
Fettes Colltge, 1890. Died, March 16th, 1900. 

Jeffcock, Charles Edward ; born 1857. Estridge. 

Son of W. H. Jeffcock, Sheffield. Mod. B. Ill— B I. Left 
Chr. 1872. 

Went to Cheltenham College; Passed for Cooper's Hill 1876; 
Jesus College, Cambridge, 1876 ; Junior Optime 1880 ; Played 
for Cambridge v. Oxford, Rugby Football, 1877; Mining 
Engineer. Wales Manor, Sheffield. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Ludlow, Walter Robert ; born 1857. McDowall. 

Son of J. Ludlow, Solihull. Mod. B III— I. Left Chr. 1873. 

Surveyor and Auctioneer; Fellow of Surveyors' Institution 
1890; Magistrate for City of Birmingham 1892 ; Surveyor to 
the Board of Trade (Railway Department) ; Lieut.-Col. 
Commanding 2nd Battalion, 1st V. B. Royal Warwickshire 
Regiment; Author of ** Zululand and Cetewayo." 

Dorridge, Knowle, near Birmingham. 

Middleton, Charles Will. Estridge. 

Son of Charles Middleton, Holkham Wells, Norfolk. 
Mod. B II. Left Mids. 1871. 

Moore, William Tuill. Estridge. 

Son of W. B. Moore, 18 Belsize Park Gardens, Hampstead. 
Mod. B I. Left Mids. 1872. Dead. 

Palmer, Edward Lewin ; born 1856. School House. 

Son of John W. Palmer, Hanham, near Bristol. Class. Illrd. 
Left Easter 1873. 

Perks, John. McDowall. 

Son of Robert Perks, Wolverhampton. Class. 1st. Left 
Mids. 1873. 

Phillips, Robert Knighton ; born 1855. 

Son of Noblit Phillips, 40 Harley Street, London. Class. 
Ilnd. Left Easter 1874. 

* Power, John Danvers; born 1858. Estridge. 

Son of Samuel Browning Power. Mod. II. — I. Left Mids. 
1874. 

Downing College, Cambridge; Barrister, Inner Temple; 
Unionist Candidate for East Leeds 1895 i J-P- f° r Bucking- 
hamshire; Hon. Sec. of H.M. King Edward's Hospital 
Fund for London. 

Carlton Club ; I Strathmore Gardens, W. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Salter, George. Dreio. 

Son of Thomas B. Salter, West Bromwich. Mod. B III. 
Left Chr. 1872. Prestzaood, Stourbridge. 

Scott, Robert Holme Sumner ; born 1856. AfcDoivall — Belcher. 

Son of Major Scott, Windsor Forest. Class. IVth— Vth. 
Junior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven Cricket. Left 1875. 

Landed Proprietor, Tea Estates, Ceylon. 

Ottery t Dikoya, Ceylon. 

Speed, Harry Fiennes, Rev. ; born 1856. Drew. 

Son of W. Speed, Q.C., 15 Devonshire Place, W. Mod. 
Bill— B II. 

Brasenose College, Oxford ; called to Bar 1880 ; ordained 1886 ; 
Curate of St. James's, Poole; Rector of Yarmouth, Isle of 
Wight, 1895. Yarmouth Rectory, Isle of Wight. 

Speed, Francis Elmer. Drew. 

Brother of above. Class 1st. Left Chr. 1871. 

President Oxford University Boat Club, 1876; was on the 
Stock Exchange. 15 Devonshire Place, W. 

Stanley. 

Stevenson , Arthur Cameron . Estridge. 

Son of Leader Cox Stevenson, Roll's Park, Chigwell, Essex. 
Mod. B II. Left Mids. 1871. 

Wade, Herbert Blaney. Estridge. 

Son of Richard Blaney Wade, 13 Seymour Street, W. Left 
Mids. 1871. 

Cambridge; Second Class Classical Tripos 1873. 

Entries in September, 1870. 

Aplin, Benjamin D'Oyly, Rev. ; born 1855. McDowall. 

Son of Benjamin William Aplin, Bodicote, Banbury. Class. 
Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1873. 

St. John's College, Oxford ; B. A 1878 ; ordained 1879 ; Rector 
of Aston-le- Walls 1895. 

Aston-le-fValls, Byfield, R.S.O., Northants. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Coote, Cecil Henry. Estridge. 

Son of Rev. Algernon Coote, Tunbridge Wells. Class. 
Lower IVth. First Eleven Cricket. Left 1875. 
Trinity College, Cambridge. Now in New Zealand. 

Afakitio, N. Z. 
Drew, Arthur William Matthews, Rev. Drew. 

Son of William Drew, Bradninch, Devon. Class. Upper 
IVth. LeftMids. 1876. 

Can. Schol. Line. 1879; Ordained 1881 ; Curate of Gains- 
borough 1881-88 ; Vicar of Rauceby 1888. 

A'auceby Vicarage, Gmnthom. 
* Leon, George Alexander ; born 1856. Belcher. 

Son of G. J. Leon, of London. Class. IHrd — Vth. School 
Prefect. Left 1875. 

University College, Oxford; B.A. 1879; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 
(London) 1895; M.D. (Brussels) 1895; Diplomate of Public 
Health of London 1896. Hillsden, Sidmotrth, Devon. 

Lowther, Henry Crofton ; born 1858. Dreiv. 

Son of Brabazon Lowther, Shrigley Park, Macclesfield. 
Class. Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1870. 

In the Diplomatic Service. English Embassy, Madrid. 

Marston, Francis John. 

Son of Mrs. Marslon, Moorwood Villa, Craven Arms, Salop. 
Class. 1st. Left Mids. 1873. Dead. 

Owen, Stanley. Drew. 

Class. 1st. — Lower IVth. House Prefect. Second Eleven 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1875. 

Patrrson, Thomas Frederick, Rev. ; born 1856. Estridge. 

Son of W. S. Paterson. Monkwood, Ayrshire. Class. Lower 
IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; House Eleven Cricket; 
English Verse. Left Mids. 1874. 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; Third Class Class. Tripos 1879 ; 
shot in University Rifle Eight 1877; Ely Theological College 
1879 ; Curate of Houghton-le-Spring 1879-84 ; Vicar of 
Herrington 1884-93 ; Rector of Jarrow Grange 1893-96 ; 
Burnmoor 1896-1903 ; East Bergholt 1903. 

The Kectory, East Bergholt, Suffolk. 
* Member of Old Malvemian Society. 






1871 1 The Malvern Register. 47 

Richards, Edward Windsor. McDowall. 

Class. Illrd. Left Mids. 1871. 

* Steward, Harry Warry, Lieut. -Colonel. ; born 1859. AfcDowall — 
Belcher. Son of Rev. C. H. Steward, North way House, 
near Tewkesbury. Class Hnd — Shell. School Prefect; 
First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1876. 

South Staffordshire Regiment ; Soudan Campaign 1 885-86 ; 
Frontier Field Force ; Medal, Bronze Star ; South African 
War 190002; Queen's Medal and Three Clasps; King's 
Medal and Two Clasps ; Employed under Civil Government 
O. R. C. 1902-03 as Inspector of Claims. 

1st Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment, The Curragh 

Stratford, Alfred Hugh ; born 1853. Drew. 

Son of Hugh Stratford Stratford, 11 Stanley Gardens, 
London. Mod. B II. First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven 
Football (capt). Left Chr. 1873. 
Played in the Middlesex Cricket Eleven ; and Association 
' Football for England v. Scotland 1876. 

Stratford, F. Drew. 

Brother of above. First Eleven Football. 

Webb, Henry Fitzroy ; born 1854. AfcDowall. 

Son of Joseph Webb, Coalbourn House, Stourbridge. 
House Scholar. Mod. B III. — B I. First Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1872. 

Expert in Glass Manufactory in America. 

Jeannetti, Westmoreland County, Pa., U.S.A. 

Wilson, Alexander Rigand. 
Left Mids 1872. 

Entries in January, 1871. 

Andrews, Charles Frank. School House. 

Son of Frederick Andrews, Fir Lodge, Tettenhall Wood, 
Wolverhampton. Left Easter 1874. 

The Nest, 33 Bath Road, Bedford Park, London, W. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Bell, Francis Frederick ; born 1859. Estridge. 

Son of Alfred Bell, Hampstead, N.W. Class. Junior 
School — Lower Fourth. 

Died from accident during Easter holidays 1875. Window 
erected to his memory in the School Chapel. 

Bell, John Clement ; born i860. Estridge. 

Brother of above. Class. Junior School — Shell. Left 
Mids. 1875. 

Artist in stained glass. 

t 27 Kingdon Road, West Hampstead, N. W. 

Da vies, Arthur KevilL 

Son of Rev. W. Kevill Davies, Croft Castle, Herefordshire. 
Class. IHrd. Left Easter 1871. 

Elton, Henry; born 1857. Drew. 

Son of Mrs. Elton, Fern Lea, Fallowfield. Manchester. 
Class. Shell. Left Chr. 1871. 

* Fowler, Francis Harvie, Rev. ; born 1857. Mc Do wall— Belcher. 
House Scholar. Son of Rev. Hugh Fowler, Barnwood 
Vicarage, Gloucester. Class. Vth — Vlth. Senior Chapel 
Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; First Eleven Football; 
President of Debating Society; President of Athletics. 
Greek Prose; Lea Shakespeare; West Exhibition. Left 
Mids. 1875. 
Classical Scholar, Queen's College, Oxford; Second Class. 
Mods.; Third Class Modern History; B.A. 1879; Second 
Master Coventry School 1883-85 ; Curate Priory Church, 
Malvern, 1889; Vicar of Barnwood 1891. 

Barnwood Vicarage, Gloucester. 

*Hadow, William Henry; born 1859. McDowdll— Belcher. 

Lea Scholar. Son of Rev. W. E. Hadow, South Cerney, 
Cirencester. Class. Junior School — Vlth. School Prefect ; 
Second Eleven Cricket ; President of Debating Society ; 
Editor of Ma /vet nian. Lea Shakespeare; English Verse; 
Latin Prose ; Latin Verse. Left Mids. 1878. 

Classical Scholar, Worcester College, Oxford, 1878; Barnes 
* Member of Old Malvernian Society. + Last address known to Editor. 



1871 1 The Malvern Register. 49 



Scholar 1879; First Class Mods.; First Class. Lit. Hum.; 
B A. 1882 ; Fellow of Worcester College 1888 ; Examiner 
in Literae Humaniores 1 899- 1902 ; Author of "Studies in 
Modern Music"; Editor of "Oxford History of Music"; 
Member of Council of Malvern College 1905, 

Worcester College, Oxford. 

Lawford, Ernest Bruce Acland ; born 1855. Estridge. 

Son of T. A. Lawford, Kinellan, Wimbledon. Class. IHrd — 
Mod. I. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1873. 

Stock Exchange. 2 Sussex Place, Hyde Park, W. 

Matthews, Frank ; born 1856. Uc Do wall — Belcher. 

Son of Benjamin Matthews, Glan Ely. St Fagan's, Cardiff. 
Mod. B I. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1875. 
Solicitor. Dead. 

Nattriss, John Henry. 

Son of George Nattriss, 3 Belgrave Terrace, Durdham 
Down, Bristol. Mod. B III. Left Chr. 1871. 

Scott, George David ; born 1855. AfcDcwall. 

Son of George Gordon Scott, Black heath. Class. Hnd. 
Left Easter 1872. 

Steel, James Edward Ponsonby. Est ridge. 

Son of Rev. A. W. W. Steel, Caius College, Cambridge. 
Class. IVth. Left Chr. 1873. 

Tyndall, Edward C. B. ; born 1858. School House. 

Son of Charles Mahon Tyndall, 18 St. Luke's Road, 

London, W. Class. Upper IVth. First Eleven Cricket. 

Left Chr. 1875. 

Went to Demerara 1878. jParenfs Address. 

t Last address known to Editor. 



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Vaughan, Thomas Edward ; born 1855. Estridge. 

Son of Thomas Conway Vaughan, I.C.S. Exhibitioner. 
Class. Shell — Vlth. Senior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven 
Football; Editor of Malvernian. Left Easter 1874. 

Entered Indian Civil Service. Died in India 1880. 

Venables, Francis William. Estridge. 

Son of Mrs. Venables, 17 High Street, Oxford. Class. 
Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1872. 

Watson, Henry B. ; born 1855. " Drew. 

Son of Henry Watson, J. P., Newcastle-on-Tyne Mod. B II. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1872. 

Mechanical Engineer. Benton Lodge % near Newcastle-on-Tyne. 



Entries in May, 1871. 

Carr, Francis Edward Cullen. Estridge.. 

Son of Mrs. Carr, Woodleigh, Southborough, Tunbridge 
Wells. Class. Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1875. 

Madras Police. 

Collier, Meynell Cromwell. Foster. 

Son of Captain G. B. B. Collier, R.N. Left Easter 1872. 

Collier, Reginald de la Roche. Foster. 

Brother of above. Left Easter 1872. 

Drew, Cecil Campbell ; born 1859. Drew. 

Son of Rev. W. H. Drew, 8 Lansdowne Place, Blackheath. 
Left Mids. 1872. 

Stock Exchange. Portman Square, IV. 

Fullerton, Henry Howard. Estridge. 

Son of Rev. A. Fullerton, Thrybergh Rectory, Rotheram. 
Left Chr. 1873. 

Lieutenant Royal West Surrey Regiment. Died in Burmah 
1886. 



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Gem, Evelyn Percy. School House — Foster. 

Son of Edward Gem, Sherwood House, Worcester. Left 
Chr. 1875. Sherwood House, Worcester. 

Gem, Owen Ball. School House— Foster. 

Brother of above. Class. Middle IVth. Left Mids. 1877. 
Solicitor. 2 Anderson Street. Shane Square* London. 

*Healey, Charles, Lieutenant-Col., C.M.G. ; born 1856. Foster. 
Son of Charles Frederick Healey, Watford. Mod. BII. — 
B I. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven 
Football ; Chance Prize. Left 1875. 

Diploma in Chemistry, etc., of Royal School, Weihenstephan, 
Bavaria ; Lieutenant-Colonel 3rd Battalion South Wales 
Borderers; South African War 1900; Commandant of 
Boshof (O. R. C.) f Warrenton and Fourteen Streams on the 
Vaal 1900 ; mentioned in Lord Roberts' Despatches ; Director 
of Benskin's Watford Brewery Co., Ltd. 

The Firs, Croxley Green % Rickmanswotth % Herts. 

Heap, Joseph ; born 1857. McDoiuatl. 

Son of Joshua Milne Heap, Birkenhead. Class. Illrd — 
Upper IVth. First Eleven Football. Left Easter 1875. 

Was in business in Liverpool ; retired 1892. 

Out wood ^ Claughtjtiy Birkenhead, 

Hilder, John Frederick. Foster. 

Son of John Hilder, 2 Western Villas, New Southgate, 
Middlesex. Left Chr. 1872. 

Jbi.licor£E, William Arthur ; born 1856. St hoot Hou*e. 

Son of E. J. B. Jellicorse, Willow Bank, Fallowfield, Man- 
chester, Left Easter 1873. 

Peaks, James Dale. Diew. 

Son of Mrs. Peake, Stoney Fields, Newcastle, Staffordshire. 
Left Easter 1873. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Pim, Archibald Herbert. McDowall. 

Son of George Pim, Brenanstown House, Cabinteely, Ire- 
land. Class. Lower IVth. Left Easter 1876. 

Shirley, Thomas Caldwell ; born 1854. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Shirley, Twyning, near Tewkesbury. Left Mids. 
1874. 
Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. 



Entries in September, 1871. 

Banaster, George. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Banaster, My the Villa, Tewkesbury. Left 
Chr. 1873. 

Solicitor. Bay View, Ramsey, Isle of Man. 

Barratt, Charles Samuel. 

Son of Samuel Barratt, High Bank, Altrincham. Left Mids. 
1874. Elm Dene, Kempsty, Worcester. 

Birch, Lionel Lea Townley. 

Son of Mrs. Priestly Birch, West Malvern. Left Easter 

1872. 

*Blathwayt, Gerard Wynter; born 1855. McDowall. 

Son of Rev. C. W. Blathwayt, Chelmarsh Vicarage, Bridg- 
north. Class. Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1872. 

Corpus College, Cambridge; B.A. 1877; Won High Jump v. 
Oxford 1877 ; Amateur Championship 1878. 

New Club. Chilteftham. 

Bowden, James Pateshael. Foster. 

Son of Rev. E. T. Bowden, Rochford, Tenbury. Class. 
Vlth. School Prefect. Lea Shakespeare; English Essay. 
Left Easter 1876. 

Solicitor. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Brougham, John Cropper ; born 1857. School House. 

Son of James R. Brougham, Bridge House, Carshalton, 
Surrey. Class. Shell. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1875. 

In business. Elmwood % Hachbridge, Surrey. 

Brougham, Harold de Vaux. School House. 

Brother of above. Class. Vth. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Football. Left Chr. 1876. 
Barrister-at-Law, 1881. I Shane Gardens, London, S. W. 

du Buisson, Arthur Edmund ; born i860. 

Son of Rev. E. du Buisson, Breinton, Hereford. Class. 
Vlth. Junior Chapel Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket. Left 

1878. 

Brasenose College, Oxford ; Second Class Class. Mods. ; Third 
Class History; B.A. 1882 ; called to the Bar 1885. 

4 Elm Court, Temple* E C. ; Glynhir, Carmarthenshire. 

Congreve, John ; born 1857. Drew. 

Son of S. B. Congreve, Harboro', Rugby. Mod. Lower B — 
Upper B. House Eleven Football. Left 1873. 

British Vice-Consul, San Remo. San Remo, Italy. 

Cooper, Richard Gilpin; born 1858. McDowall— lielcher. 

Son of Bernard Gilpin Cooper, Stockport. Class. Upper 
I Vth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football. Left Easter 
1876. 

St. Bartholomew's Hospital; M.R.C.S. ; L.S.A; appointed to 
H.M. Indian Medical Service 1881 ; attached to89thP.W.O. 
Fusiliers ; afterwards 3rd Bombay Light Infantry, and later 
2nd Scinde Horse. Died of cholera in India, June 1885. 

Edmonds, William Frederick. Dreiu. 

Son of Edmund Edmonds, Newent, Gloucester. Left Chr. 

1873. 

9 Gray's Inn Square, W C. 

Ellis, Francis William James. 

Son of Francis Ellis, 65 Norfolk Terrace, Bayswater, W, 
Left Chr. 1871. 



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Francis, Charles Joseph. Drew. 

Son of Joseph Francis, M.D., Northampton. Mod. B IV. 
Left Chr. 1874. 



Hamilton, Hans. 

Son of Mrs. Hamilton, Malvern. Left Chr. 1872. 

Hughes, Herbert White; born 1855. School House. 

Son of H. Bristow Hughes, Australia. Left 1874. 
Hertford College, Oxford; in Australia. 

Hull, Edward Gordon. Estridge. 

Son of Edward Hull, 5 Raglan Road, Dublin. Class. Vth. 
School Prefect. Left Mids. 1875. 

Trinity College, Dublin. 

Kennedy, Alfred George Oliver ; born 1858. Estridge. 

Son of Alfred George Kennedy, The Lodge, Shortlands, 
Kent. Mod. B I. House Prefect; First Eleven Football; 
Second Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1875. 

Stockbroker. Dead. 



Lloyd, John David Arthur Thomas; School House. 

Son of Mrs. Lloyd, Llandyssil, South Wales. Left Mids. 

1873- 

Mahon, Sir William Henry, Bart. ; born 1856. School House. 

Son of Sir W. R. V. Mahon, Bart., Castlebar, Co. Gal way 
First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1875. 
Lieut. -Colonel 4th Batt. W. Yorks Regiment ; South African 
War 1900 ; D.S.O. ; Magistrate for the West Riding. 

Rose Hill t Rawmarsh t Rotherham. 

Mahon. John Fitzgerald; born 1858. Foster. 

Brother of above. Class. Vth. Left Easter 1876. 
Dublin University. 



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Mahon, James Vesey, Rev. ; born i860. Foster. 

Brother of above. Class. Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Football : Second Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1878. 

Exeter College, Oxford ; Second Class Theology ; B.A. 1882 ; 
Died June 1887. 

Potts, Cecil. McDowall — Belcher. 

Son of George Potts, Broseley, Salop. Class. Shell. First 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1876. 

Powys, William Reginald Lybbe. Estridge. 

Son of Mrs. Powys, St. Thomas, East Cowes. Left 
Easter 1872. 

Smallwood, Lionel Arthur ; born 1856. School House— Drew. 

Son of Joseph Smallwood, Stecford Hall, Birmingham. 
Left Mids. 1873. 

Dead. 

Tiernay, James Bramah ; born 1859. Day Boy. 

Son of James Barracliff Tiernay. Class. Junior School — 
Shell. Left 1876. 

Edinburgh University ; now farming in Canada. 

Box 98, Blyth, P.O., Co. Huron, Ontario, Canada. 

Winter, Charles Pearson ; born 1858. Foster. 

Son of W. J. Winter, 31 Alexandra Road, Southport. Class. 

Lower IVth. Lower School Theol. Prize 1874. Left 

Mids. 1875. 

Solicitor. 31 Alexandra Road, Southport. 



Entries in January, 1872. 

Abell, Charles ; born 1858. Estridge. 

Son of Charles Abell, Netherton, Pershore. Mod. BI. 
House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1874. 

Quarry proprietor. Died Sept. 9th, 1904. 



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Bbddoes, William Francis ; born 1858. Drew. 

Son of Dr. Beddoes, Cheney Longville, Craven Arms. Left 
Mids. 1873. 
Went to Shrewsbury School, and Christ Church, Oxford; 
Second Class Lit. Hum. ; Barrister. 

9 Stone Buildings, Lincoln* s Inn. 



* Buck, Edward; born 1859. Foundation Scholar. Drew. 

Son of Albert Buck, Worcester. Class. Upper IVth — Vth. 
School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football ; 
Dowdeswell Prize. Left Mids. 1876. 

Mathematical Scholar, Hertford College, Oxford ; First 
Math. Mods. 1877; First Final Math. 1879; B.A. 1879; 
Herschell Astronomy Prize 1881 ; rowed for Oxford v. Cam- 
bridge 1881-82; won Steward's Cup, Henley, 1881-82; Silver 
Goblets 1888 ; Assistant Master, Bedford Grammar School, 
1 879-94 ; Head Master of Lodge School, Barbados, 1895-97 ; 
Assistant Master St. Edmund's School, Canterbury, 1899- 
1902 ; Christ's Hospital, Horsham, since 1902. 

Christ's Hospital, Horsham, 

Hamilton, James. 

Son of Mrs. Hamilton, The Wyche, Malvern. Left Mids. 
1872. 



Hamilton, William. 

Brother of above. Left Chr. 1872. 



* Harrison, David Percy, Rev. ; born 1857. Estridge. 

House Scholar. Son of Rev. David John Harrison, 
Ludgvan Rectory, Penzance. Class. Vth — Vlth. School 
Prefect ; West Prize; Greek Prose. Left Mids. 1875. 

Classical Scholarship, Pembroke College, Oxford; Second 
Class Classical Mods. ; Second Lit. Hum. ; B.A. 1879. 

The Vicarage, Ixworth, Bury St. Edmunds. 
• Member of Old Malvernian Society, 



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Johnson, Hugh Herbert ; born 1858. House Scholar. School House. 
Son of Rev. Canon W. Johnson, Llanbadrig, Isle of Anglesey. 
Class. Vth — VIth. School Prefect; Latin Prose; Latin 
Verse ; Beau champ Divinity. Left Mids. 1876. 

Classical Scholar. St. John's College, Oxford ; Second Class 
Class. Mods. ; Third Class Lit. Hum. ; B A. 1880 ; Pro- 
fessor of English in the Imperial Naval College, Constanti- 
nople ; now Professor of English in Cairo. Parent's Address. 

*Newhouse, Robert Perceval, Rev. ; born 1855. McDnvall. 

Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; Greek Verse; 
Lea Shakespeare. Left Chr. 1874. 

Classical Scholar, Worcester College, Oxford ; First Class 
Class. Mods. 1876; Second Class Lit. Hum. 1878; formerly 
Assistant Master, Clifton College; Curate of Han borough 
1881 ; All Saints', Maidenhead, 1886; St. Lawrence, 
Reading, 1898. St. Lawrence Vicarage, Reading. 

Ramsbotham, Herwald. Est ridge. 

Son of James Ramsbotham, Crowborough Warren, Tun- 
bridge Wells. Class. Shell. Left Mids. 1876. 

* Read, John Jervis; born 1858. McDowall — Belcher. 

Son of J. F. H. Read. Walthamstnw. Class. BI. School 

Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; House Eleven Football. 

Left Mids. 1875. 

Played Cricket for Essex ; Stockbroker. High House, Brentwood. 

Tufnbll, Hugh Richard; born 1857. Foster. 

Son of Rev. G. C. Tufnell, Little Easton Rectory, Dunmow. 
Class. Shell. Left Mids. 1875. 
Major 2nd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment 1898. Warley. 

Walter, Stephen, Captain; born 1857. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Walter, 51 Buckingham Place, Brighton. 
Class Vth. Junior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1876. 

Exeter College, Oxford; R. M. C. Sandhurst; 3rd Dragoon 
Guards; now retired. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
F 



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White, George Gilbert; born 1857. House Scholar. Faber. 

Son of Rev. J. White, Grayingham Rectory, Lines. 
Class. Vth— Vlth ; School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; 
Second Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1874. 

Cooper's Hill 1874 ; P. W. D. India ; Superintending Engineer, 
Rajputana and Central India. 

P. IV. D., Mount Abu t Rajputana, India. 



Entries in May, 1872. 

Alldridge, Edwin ; born 1867. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Alldridge, 49 Wellington Road, Edgbaston. 
Class. B II. Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1875. 126 Gough Road, Edgbaston. 

Allen, Arthur Edmund. Foster. 

Son of Rev. Edmund Allen, Porthkerry, Cowbridge, Gla- 
morgan. Class. Lower I Vth. Left Chr. 1874. 

In China, c/o Messrs. Jardine, Malheson <5r* Co., Shanghai, China. 

Bruce, Charles Roland Henry; born i860. School House. 

Son of Rev. W. Bruce, Brynderwen, Usk. Class. Lower 
Illrd — Vlth. Senior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven Foot- 
ball ; House Eleven Cricket ; Latin Verse ; Greek Prose. 
Left Mids. 1878. 

New College, Oxford ; Second Class Class. Mods. ; B.A. 1882. 

Mingo, Randolph County, West Virginia. 

* • / ■ . 

Dickenson, Francis Digby. School House. 

Left Mids. 1873. 

Elliott, Ernest Wriothesley, Rev. ; born 1857. Dretv. 

Son of Rev. Canon Elliott, Winkfield Vicarage, Windsor. 
Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Football ; Second Eleven Cricket ; Latin Prose ; Greek ' 

Verse. Left Mids. 1877. \ 

Classical Scholar, St. Catherine's College, Cambridge ; Second 
Class Class. Tripos; B.A. 1881 ; Principal of Noble College, 
Masulipatam, 1883-85; Curate of Fairlight 1885-1903; 
Vicar 1903. Fairlight Vicarage, near Hastings. 



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Hamilton, William Frederic Tucker, Rev. ; born 1856. Estridge. 
Son of O. W. H. Hamilton, Fi Hands, Easthampstead, Berks. 
Class. IVth— Vth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1873. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B. A. 1880 ; Vicar of Christ 
Church, Woking, Surrey. 

Christ Church Vicarage, Woking, Surrey. 

* Hill, Evelyn Henry, Rev. ; born 1859. Faber. 

Son of Rev. Henry Thomas Hill. Class. Illrd — Vth. 
Senior Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven 
Football. Left Chr. 1877. 

Oriel College, Oxford ; Fourth Class Law ; B.A. 1882 ; 
played for Oxford v. Cambridge, Association Football, 
1880-81 ; Solicitor 1885 ; ordained 1888 ; Curate of 
Rugeley, Staffordshire, 1888-92 ; Vicar of Brereton, 
Staffordshire, 1897. Brereton Vicarage f Rugeley. 

Hotham, Beaumont George. School House. 

Son of Rev. F. II. Hotham, Rusbury Rectory, Church 
Stretton. First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1875. 

Sheep farming in New Zealand. 

Putiki Bay, Waiucki, Auckland, New Zealand. 

Jellicorse, Charles Edward. School House. 

Son of Edward John Brown Jellicorse, Willow Bank, 
Fallowfield. Left Easter 1874. 

Langrishe, Hercules R. ; born 1859. Estridge. 

Son of Sir James Langrishe, Bart., Knocktopher Abbey. 
Class. Junior School — B IV. Left Easter 1876. 

M. F. H. Knocktopher Abbey, Ireland. 

Lawford, Archibald Duff. Estridge. 

Son of Thomas Acland Lawford, 51 Threadneedle Street, E.C. 
Class. B I. Left Chr. 1876. 
Stock and Share Broker. Died 1903. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Lea-Smith, Sydney ; born 1856. McDowall. 

Son of John Lea-Smith, Chigwell, Essex. House Prefect ; 

First Eleven Cricket; House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1873. 

Underwriter at Lloyd's. 

Bowls, Stanmore, Middlesex ; Royal Exchange > London, EC. 

Mealy, Frederick Augustus George, 

Son of W. Mealy, Malvern. Left Chr. 1873. 

Perks, Walter. McDowall— Belcher. 

Son of Robert Perks, The Woodlands, Tettenhall, Wolver- 
hampton. Class. Shell. Left Mids. 1876. 

* Robinson, Thomas Henry. McDowall — Belcher. 

Son of Thomas Robinson, Edenhurst, Sevenoaks. Class. 
BH. First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1876. 

Fir croft, Leatherhead, Surrey. 

Sanders, Thomas Grosvenor. Foster. 

Junior Chapel Prefect. Left Mids. 1874. 

Mathematical Scholar, Jesus College, Cambridge. 

Tilley, John William ; born 1855. Foster. 

Son of John Round Tilley, Edgbaston. Mod. Bill.— B I. 
House Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Chr. 1873. 

Manufacturer. Field House, Harbortie, Birmingham . 

Tindal, Arthur Henry Uhthoff, Capt. ; born 1858. Fstridge. 

Son of the Rev. Henry Tindal, Newton Abbot. Class. Hnd 
—Shell. House Eleven Football. Left 1875. 

Royal Scots Regiment 1878 ; transferred to 69th (2nd Battalion 
Welsh Regiment); Adjutant 1888; Adjutant 3rd Battalion 
(Militia) 1892 ; South African War 1900 ; died from wounds 
at Kheis (Prisska District), South Africa. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Entries in September 1872. 

Blackwell, Cyril. Foster. 

Son of Rev. J. W, Blackwell, Mattingley, Whitchurch. 
Left Mids. 1874. Died 1875. 



Charlksworth, William. Foster. 

Son of J. B. Charlesworth, Hatfield Hall, Wakefield. Left 
Mids. 1874. West hay, Ax minster. 

Connellan, Corry Langrishe, Captain ; born 1857. Estridge. 

Son of Peter Connellan, J.P , D.L., Coolmore, Thomastown, 
Co. Kilkenny. Left Easter 1875. 

Captain (retired) East Kent Regiment; Adjutant 3rd Batt. 
Somersetshire Light Infantry ; South African War 1900. 

f Parents' Address. 

Connellan, Richard Sherard ; born i860. Estridge. 

Brother of above. Died at School, May 1875. 

Cooke, Herbert Pybus, Rev. ; born 1862. Drew. 

Son of Cecil Pybus Cooke, Melbourne. Class Illrd— 
Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1877. 

Went to Australia ; ordained 1890. 

Condah Hills, Hamilton, Victoria. 

Dennis, John Edward Vinicombe ; born 1858. McDowall— Belcher. 
Son of John Dennis, Lower Lareggan, Penzance. Class. 
Shell. Left Easter 1877. 

R. M. C. Sandhurst; gazetted to 20th Regiment (Lancashire 
Fusiliers) 1879. Died at Tuam, August 1881. 

Fielding, Felix. Foster. 

Son of F. C. Fielding, The Grange, Forest Hill. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1875. 

Played Cricket for Surrey. 

"' Cambridge House, Clarence Parade, Southsea. 

f Last address known to Editor. 



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Fielding, Faithful George. Foster. 

Brother of above. Class. B II. Left Easter 1877. 

Fowler, Harcourt Boyes Snowden, Rev. ; born 1858. Estri&ge. 

Son of Alfred Fowler, ftiod. B III.— B II. School Prefect ; 
House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 
1876. 

Jesus College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1884 ; tan Mile for Cambridge 
v. Oxford 1883 ; Captain of Jesus boat when hedd of the 
river; ordained 1884; Curate of Witley 1885-90; Inkberrow 
1890-97 ; Vicar of Elmley Castle 1898. 

ElmUy Castle Vicarage, Pershore. 

Gardner, Alan Edward. Estridge. 

Son of Captain A. H. Gardner, R.N., United Service Club 
Left Mids. 1874. 

Hughes, Arthur Nicholas. 

Son of T. B. Hughes, Liskard. Left Mids. 1874. 

Lloyd, Ernest Henry Doning. Drew. 

Son of John Lloyd, Bangor. Left Easter 1874. 

Newby, William Crawford ; born 1855. School House. 

Son of William Crawford Newby, Stockton-on-Tees. First 
Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1874. 
Mining Engineer. Johannesburg, South Africa. 

Sayer, Arthur. Drew. 

Son of John Sayer, 21 Cleveland Gardens, W. Left 
Chr. 1873. Batik oj England, London. 



Shaw, Charles Edward. School House. 

Son of J. Shaw, Celbridge, Dublin, Ireland. Class. Upper 
IVth. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1878. 
Went to Dublin University. Died 1881. 



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Stephenson, John Nash ; born 1858. Faber. 

Son of Rev. T. Nash Stephenson, The Vicarage, Bromyard. 
Class, junior School — Shell. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket ; House feleven Football. Left Mids. 1879. 

Worcester College, Oxford. Hill Aston > The Lea, near Aoss. 

Sweeting, Richard Deane Roker ; born 1856. Drew. 

Son of Dr. R. Sweeting, Clapham Park, London, S.W. 
Class. Shell ; House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; Gully 
French Prize. Left Mids. 1873. 

Oriel College, Oxford ; M.D. Dublin ; M.R.C.S., L.S.A., 1879 ; 
D P.H.. Cambridge, 1883; Buxton Scholar, London Hospital, 
1874 ; Holt Scholar and House Physician, London Hospital, 
1879-80 ; Howard Medallist and Prizeman, Statistical Society, 
1883 ; Medical Superintendent, Western Fever Hospital, 
1880-90; author of Howard Prize Essay, and numerous 
Government Official Reports, etc. ; Medical Inspector 
H. M. Local Government Board since 1890 ; Barrister-at-Law, 
Gray's Inn, 1895. 34 Carlisle Mansions, Victoria Street, IV. 

Thayer, Alfred Phelps. Eitridge. 

Left Mids. 1874. 

Waring, Herbert Fuller ; born 1859. Drew. 

Son of William Waring, Chelsfield, Kent. Mod. Lower BUI. 
— B I. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1877. 

Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, 1879-81 ; Estate Agent 
and Surveyor; Fellow of Surveyors' Institution (F.S.I.) 
1890. Farningham Hill, Dart for it, Kent. 

Ward, George Herbert Rev. ; born 1862. Dreiv. 

Foundation Scholar. Son of Rev. G. S. Ward, Fellow and 
Tutor of Hertford College, Oxford. Class. Junior School — 
Shell. School Prefect ; House Eleven Football and Cricket ; 
Dowdeswell Prize. Left Mids. 1880. 

Mathematical Scholar, Hertford College, Oxford ; First Final 
Math. School ; BA. ; some time Mathematical Lecturer, 
King's College, London ; Assistant Master, St. Paul's School, 
London ; author of " Examination Papers in Trigonometry ' * ; 
now Headmaster of All Saints' School, Bloxham, near 
Banbury. Bloxham, Banbury. 



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* Watson, John Stanley; born i860. Drew. 

Son of Henry Watson, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Class. Junior 
School — Upper IVth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
Second Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1879. 

Park View, Towcester, Northatits. 

Entries in January, 1873. 

Aitken. George Spooner; born 1857. Foster. 

Son of General Aitken. R.A., 27 Brunswick Place, Brighton. 
Class. BII. Left Mids. 1875. 
Uncovenanted Civil Service in Burmah 1882-92 ; serving in the 
Burmah Police. Died of jungle fever, at Colombo, June 
1894, when on his way home invalided. 

Bate, Reginald Henry; son of Charles J. Bate, Malvern. Class. 
Shell. Left Mids. 1878. 

Solicitor. Messrs. Marshall &* Bate, Retford, Notts. 

Childe, George Daboren. McDowall. 

Left Easter 1874. 

*Cripps, Alfred John ; born 1859. McDowall- Belcher. 

House Scholar. Son of General J. M. Cripps, B.S.C. Class. 
Shell- Vlth. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; First 
Eleven Football ; Greek Prose ; English Verse ; Editor of 
Malvernian ; President of Debating Society. Left Easter 1877. 
Class. Scholar, Lincoln College, Oxford ; Second Class Mods. ; 
Third Class Lit. Hum. ; won University Hand Fives ; 
Assistant Master, Arnold House, Llanddulas; The Abbey, 
Beckenham ; Park House, Reading ; now Head Master of 
private school. Freelands, Hoot on, Cheshire. 

Dalzell, Robert Stuart ; born 1858. Day Boy. 

Son of D. B. Dalzell, Glenae, Dumfrieshire. Class. Lower 
IHrd— Upper IVth. Left 1875. 

Queen's College, Oxford ; B. A. 1881 ; Honours Natural Science ; 
Scholarship, Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, 1884; 
Landed Proprietor. Glenae, Dumfrieshire. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Dowie, Kenneth Ronalyn. McDowall. 

Son of James Muir Dowie, 17 James Street, Liverpool. 
Left Easter 1874. 

Eastley, Thomas Beckley ; born 1857. School Home. 

Son of Yard Eastley, Paignton, Devon. Mod. B II. First 
Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids 1875. 

For seven years Coffee Planter in Ceylon ; now Solicitor. 

37 Manchester Street, Liverpool. 

Fitton, Guy William, Major; born 1862. Day Boy. 

Son of Edward Brown Fitton, Malvern. Class. Junior 
School— Mid. IVth. Left Easter 1877. 
R. M. C. Sandhurst; Major Army Pay Dept. 1902. 

Army Pay Dcpt., Pretoria, South Africa; Fairlea, Malvern. 

Harvey, Henry Nicholas ; born 1857. Est ridge. 

Son of N. O. Harvey, Trevear House, Penzance. Lett Chr. 
1875. Died 1892. 

Hebbrden, George Alfred, Surgeon-Capt. Foster. 

Son of Rev. Geo. Heberden. Class. Vth. House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1879. 

St. George's Hospital; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., London, 1888; 
Surgeon-Captain Kimberley Light Horse in South African 

War 1900 ; Mentioned in Despatches ; D.S O. 

Barkly West, Cape Colony. 

Heberden, Reginald Charles. Foster. 

Brother of above. Class. Mid. IVth. Second Eleven 
Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1880. 

Was in the Bank of England. 

Hull, Ernest ; born i860. School House. 

Son of Frederick Shephard Hull, Liverpool. Mod I. — B III. 

House Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1877. 

Tea Planting in Bengal 1877-81 ; Farming in Virginia 1883 ; 
Fought as N. C. O. in the Spanish- American War 1898. 

Lynchburg , Virginia t U.S.A. 



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* Hull, Alfred Brocklebank ; born 1861. School House. 

Brother of above. Class. Junior School — Upper IVth. 
House Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left 1878. 29 7 ooley Street, S.E. 

Humphries, Edward Thomas, Foster. 

Son of E. Humphries, Pershore. Left Chr. 1873. 

Sydney House \ Cheltenham. 

Johnson, Ernie Sacheverell Wilberforce; born 1859. Estridge* 

House Scholar. Son of Very Rev. G. H. S. Johnson, Dean 
of Wells. Class. Shell— Vlth. Senior Chapel Prefect ; 
English Verse; President of Debating Society; Editor of 
Malvenuan. Left 1877. 

Classical Studentship, Christ Church, Oxford; Third Class 
Lit. Hum. ; Passed into Home Civii Service 1881 ; appointed 
to General Post Office ; transferred to Home Office ; some- 
time Private Secretary to Mr. Stuart Wortley ; Member of 
Inner Temple; author of ** Ilaria, and other Poems." 

Landscare, 7 he Shrubbety t Weston-super-Mare. 

Newill, Charles Evans. Eslridge. 

Son of Joseph Newill, Lydbury North, Shropshire. Left 
Easter 1874. 

Raine, Joseph. School House. 

Son of W. Surtees Raine, Mickelham, Dorking. Class." 
Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1876. 

Sole, Robert. McDowall — Belcher. 

Son of Mrs. Sole, Wellington, Salop. Class. Upper IVth. 
Left Chr. 1874. 

* Thomas, Harry Dewdney ; born 1859. Drew, 

Foundation Scholar. Son of Henry D. Thomas, Staplake 
Mount, Starcross, Devon. Class. Shell — Vlth. School 
Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football ; 
President of Debating Society; Dowdeswell Prize 1875. 
Left Chr. 1876. 

Math. Scholar, St. John's College, Oxford; First Class 
* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Math. Mods.; Second Class Math. Finals; Second Class 
Natural Science ; Assistant Master, Trinity College, Glenal- 
mond, 1881-83; Leamington College 1883-89; Head Master 
of Inverness College 1889-98 ; Joint Headmaster of Cargil- 
field School, near Edinburgh. 

Cargilfield t Cramoinl Bridge t Midlothian. 

*Tyndall, William Beauchamp. House Scholar. School House. 
Son of Charles Mahon Tyndall, 18 St. Luke's Road, London. 
Class. Upper iVth— Vth. Left Mids. 1876. 

\ From field, Hatfield Road, St. Albans. 



Entries in May, 1873. 

Clay, Charles Butler ; born 1856. McDowall. 

Son of William Clay. Mod. B II. Left Chr. 1873. 
Manager and Engineer of National Telephone Co., Northern 
District ; Metropolitan Superintendent, South Province. 

National telephone Co. Office, Victoria Embankment, E.C. 

Cox, Alfred William. Belcher. 

Son of Alexander R. Cox, Liverpool. Class. Lower IVth — 
Shell. First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1875. 

Cold Harbour* //ay wards Heath, Sussex. 

Evans, Percy Charles. Belcher. 

Son of Thomas Evans, 10 Crockherbtown, Cardiff. Mod. B II. 
Left Chr. 1875. 

Morten, Richard Henry. 

Son ot James Morten, The Savoy, Denham, near Uxbridge. 
Class. B I. Left Chr. 1874. 
Tea Planting in India. f23 Suffolk House, London, E.C. 

Robertson, Frederick Tindal. School House. 

Son of Dr. W. Tindal Robertson, Clinton House, Notting- 
ham. Left Mids. 1874. j Brighton. 

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Shillingford, Charles J. Es fridge 

Mod. BI. School Prefect. First Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1875. 

Taylor, Albert. Drew. 

Son of James Taylor, Abbotsham Court, North Devon. 
Mod. BII. Left Mids. 1873. 

# Wathen, Percy Montague ; born 1863. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. J. B. Wathen, Guarlford Rectory. Class. 
Junior School— Vlth. School Prefect; First Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Chr. 1881. 
University College, Oxford ; Second Class Theology ; B.A. 1885 ; 
Universities* Mission, Central Africa, 1886-9 ; Ely Theologi- 
cal College 1889-90 ; Curate of Almondbury, Yorks, 1890-2 ; 
Organising Secretary for Universities' Mission 1892-5 ; Vicar 
of Barking 1895-1903 ; Rector of Welwyn 1903. 

The Rectory, Welwyn, Herts. 

Entries in September, 1873. 

Andrews, Archibald George; born 1858. School House. 

Son of F. Andrews, Fir Lodge, Tettenhall, Wolverhampton. 
Mod. BII. Senior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; 
First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1875. 

London Hospital; M.D. 1881 ; L.R.C.P., London, 1887; 
F.R.C.S., Eng , 1890; late Senior House Surgeon, Poplar 
Hospital. Carlton House, Moss Lane East, Manchester. 

Atkinson, Henry Arthur Cameron. 

Son of Thomas Atkinson, Salt well, Dene Cottage, Gateshead. 
Class. Ilnd— Shell. Left Chr. 1876. 

St. Alban's Hall, Oxford. 

Bowden, Ernest Monnington. Day Boy — Foster. 

Son of Rev. E. T. Bowden, Rochford Rectory, Tenbury. 
Class. Hnd — BI. School Prefect ; Chance ; English Essay. 
Left Mids. 1877. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge. Dead. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Bowden, Reginald Treacher. Day Bay— Foster. 

Brother of above. Class. 1st— Lower IVth. Left Mids. 
1878. Dead. 



Clarkson, Norman Strange. School House. 

Son of Horace Clarkson, 59 Finchley New Road, London. 
Left Mids. 1874. 



Clay, Ralph Herbert; born 1861. McDowall. 

Son of William Clay. Class Hlrd. Left Easter 1874. 
Secretary to Provident Clerks' Association, Liverpool. 

Hamilton Lodge % Caroline Place, Bitkenhead. 

* Cobbold, Francis Edward Davy, Rev ; born 1858. Foster. 

Son of Rev. R. H. Cobbold, Ross. Class. Hlrd— Vth. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1877. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge; B.A. 1881 ; Chaplain in Bengal 
Ecclesiastical Establishment. 

c\o Messrs. H. S. King 6* Co., Pall Mall, S. W. 

Cobbold, Cecil Montagu ; born i860. Foster. 

Brother of above. Mod. II. — Mod. I. House Prefect ; 
House Eleven Football. Died at School, February 1877. 

* Colt, George Brace ; born 1857. Foster. 

Son of George N. Colt. Class. IVth— Vth. School Prefect ; 
First Eleven Cricket (capt. ; House Eleven Football; Left 
Mids. 1875. 
Brasenose College, Oxford ; Solicitor. 

St. Be net's Chambers, Fen church Street, E.C. 

Fox, Frederic Percival Anderson. Drew. 

Son of W. D. Fox, 10 Anerley Park, Anerley Road, S.E. 
Class. Hnd. Left Easter 1874. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Fox, Edward. Drew. 

Brother of above. Class. 1st. Left Easter 1874. 

Gem, Malcolm H. ; born 1861. Foster. 

Son of Edward Gem, Sherwood House, Worcester. Class. 
1st— Vth. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; First 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1880. 

Land Agent. Santa Rosa, Sonoma Co., California, U.S.A. 

# Gibbs, Arthur Edward. Foster. 

Son of William Gibbs, Womborne, Wolverhampton. Mod. 
B II— Class. Vth. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1876. 

Secretary of Colonial Mutual Life Office, Wellington, New 
Zealand. 

Gibson, Alexander Cecil. 

Son of Captain Alexander Gibson, Malvern. Class. 1st — 
Upper Hlrd. Left Easter 1876. 

Gould, Henry John. 

Class. 1st— BIV. Left Easter 1876. 

Hebblethwaite, Ernest Presgrave, Rev. ; born 1857. Belcher. 

Son of Joseph W. Hebblethwaite, Boston Spa, Yorkshire. 
Class. Lower I Vth — Shell. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Football ; Second Eleven Cricket ; President of Athletics. 
Left Mids. 1876. 

Exeter College, Oxford ; played for Oxford at Rugby Football ; 
B.A. 1880 ; Curate of St. Ives, Cornwall, 1884 ; of Dunster 
1887; Vicar of Poundstock 1889. 11 Merton Road, Bedford. 

Helm, John Bracknell. Helcher. 

Mod. B I. Left Chr. 1874. 

Lumsden, Sinclair Campbell. Foster. 

Son of John Lumsden, Hessle, Hull. Mod. BII. Left 
Mids. 1875. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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McLeod, Charles Edward ; born 1858. Est ridge. 

Son of William McLeod, 28 Gloucester Gardens, W. Class. 
Lower IVth— Vlth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football ; Gully German ; Martin History. 
Left Mids. 1877. 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; LL.B. 1881 ; Solicitor. 

f Parent's Address. 

Minett, Charles Ferdinand. School House. 

Son of Henry Minett, Lower West House, Ross. Class. 1st. 
Left Chr. 1878. 

Solicitor. Ross, Hereford. 

Phillips, Alfred William ; born 1857. Foster. 

Son of Charles Phillips, Howard Place, Edinburgh. 
Mod. B II — B I. House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1874. 

Manufacturer and Patentee. Nuneaton. 

Power, Frederick Danvers; born 1861. Estridge, 

Son of S. B. Power, Longlands, Swansea. Mod. Bill. 
Left Chr. 1875. 

Mining Engineer ; Royal School of Mines, South Kensington, 
and Kdniglich Preussische Bergatedemie zu Clausthal ; 
President of Australasian Institute of Mining Engineers; 
Sydney Editor of Australian Mining Standard. 

684 Pitt Street, Sydney, Australia. 

Remington, Elipholet. Estridge. 

Son of Samuel Remington, 20 Princes Square, Bayswater, W. 
Left Chr. 1873. 

Rogers, William John Clifford. Estridge. 

Son of W. J. Rogers, Heath Side, Clifton, Bristol. Mod. B II. 
Left Chr. 1875. 

Scott, Walter. Estridge. 

Son of Walter Scott, Bradford. Mod. B II. Left Mids. 1874. 

t Last address known to Editor. 



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Scott, Arthur Forbes. Estridgs. 

Brother of above. Class. Ilnd. Left Mids. 1874. 

Soames, Alfred. 

Son of Rev. Charles Soames, Mildenhall Rectory, Marl- 
borough. Class. Ilnd. Left Mids. 1874. 

Stevenson, Henry Havelock. 

Son of John Stevenson, Cheltenham. Mod. BII. Left 
Easter 1874. 

Wimbxjsh, Henry B. ; born 1858. Drew. 

Son of Henry Wimbush, Finchley. Mod. B IV.— B II. 
House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Chr. 1876. 
Artist. Avon House, Steeles Road, South H amp stead. 

de Winton, Alfred ; born 1857. Foster. 

Son of Captain de Winton, Wallsworth Hall, Gloucester. 
Mod. I. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1876. 

Guy's Hospital; L.R.C.P. Edin. and L.M. 1884; M.R.C.S., 
Eng., 1884; Medical Officer and Public Vaccinator, Over- 
bury District, Tewkesbury Union. 

Kemerton, near Tewkesbury. 

de Winton, Cecil ; born 1858. Foster. 

Brother of above. Class. Vth. School Prefect; First 
Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1877. 

Formerly Tea Planter in Ceylon. Wallsworth Hall, Gloucester. 

Wooldridge, George Frederick; born 1861. Drew. 

Son of B. Wooldridge, Hagley, Worcestershire. Class. Vth. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1880. 
Keble College, Oxford ; 3rd Class Math. Mods. ; B.A. 1884 ; 
represented Oxford v. Cambridge in Three Miles ; won 
Oxford and Cambridge Cross-Country Race 1881 ; Assistant 
Master at The King's School, Paramatta, N.S. W. 



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Entries in January, 1874. 

* Andrews, Edward Henry ; born 1859. Drew. 

Son of Henry Andrews, Hastings House, Blackrock. 
Junior School — B II. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1877. 

Wine Merchant. 4 Clifton Terrace, Monkstown, Co. Dublin. 

Barwbll, William ; born 1859. Foster. 

Son of William Bar well, Edgbaston. Mod. B I. School 
Prefect; Chance Prize. Left Mids. 1875. 

In business. 32 Frederick Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

* Barwell, Charles Heaton ; born i860. Foster. 

Brother of above. Mod. B IV— B II. Left Mids. 1876. 
Merchant. cjo Barwell's, Ltd., Pickford St., Birmingham. 

Bellhouse, John Wortley ; born 1861. School House. 

Son of Thomas Tayler Bellhouse, Ashton-in-Mersey. 1st — 
B II. House Football Eleven. Left Chr. 1879. 

Farming in Canada. 

Marringhurst, near Pilot* s Aforind, Manitoba, Canada. 

Bristow, Whiston. Drew. 

Son of Rev. Whiston T. Bristow, Graine Vicarage, Rochester. 
Lower IHrd. Left Chr. 1874. 

Bristow, Ernest. Drew. 

Brother of above. Class. Hnd. Left Chr. 1874. 

* Brown, Robert Raymond ; born 1863. Day Boy. 

Son of Albert Brown, Malvern. Class. Junior School — 
Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1879. 

Secretary to Wolseley Tool and Motor Car Company, Ltd., and 
Electric and Ordnance Accessories Company, Ltd. 

Inchbrooh, Malvern Link. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Campbell, Sydney Montgomery, Rev. ; born 1858. Foster. 

Son of Captain H. J. Montgomery Campbell, R.A., Thur- 
maston Hall, Leicester. Class. Hnd— Upper IVth. House 
Prefect. Left Chr. 1878. 

Scholar Cancel larii, Truro ; ordained 1883 ; Curate of 
St. George's, Truro. 1883-4; Madron, Cornwall, 1884-86; 
Milford 1886-87; St. John's, Hammersmith, 1887; Vicar of 
Midhurst. The Vicarage, Midhurst, Sussex. 

Chave, John. Drew. 

Son of Mrs. Chave, Widhayes, Uplowman, near Tiverton, 
Devon. House Prefect ; House Cricket and Football Elevens. 
Left Mids. 1875. 

Drowned in Queensland, Australia, 1883. 

Cheyne, George Macartney. Estridge. 

Son of Mrs. Cheyne, 20 Zion Hill, Clifton, Bristol. 
Mod. B I. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1877 

R. M. C. Sandhurst. Dead. 

#Currey, Bernard, Capt. R.N. ; born 1862. Foster. 

Son of E. C. Currey, Lewes, Sussex. Mod. B II. Left 
Chr. 1874. 

Royal Naval College 1874; H.M.S. Alexandra 1877; H.M.S. 
Bacchante 1879; Sub-Lieutenant 1881 ; present in Naval 
Brigade at action of Tel-el-Kebir ; Egyptiau Medal, 5th Class 
Medjidie, Egyptian Bronze Star; Lieutenant 1882; H.M.S. 
Canada 1883 ; Commander 1895 '» Captain 1901 ; now Flag- 
Captain H.M.S. Good Hope. Cape of Good Hope Station. 

Dance, John Falcus Thorman. Dieiv. 

Son of Thomas William Dance, Shipcote Villas, Gateshead. 
Mod. B III. Left Mids. 1875. 

*Drew, Henry Alban; born 1863. Drew. 

Son of Henry Drew, Peamore, Exeter. Class. 1st — Shell. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1 88 1. 

Land Agent and Surveyor; Fellow of Surveyors' Institution 
1888. 5 Pennsylvania Park, Exeter. 

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Hauxwell, Thomas Addison. Foundation Scholar. Drew. 

Son of Dr. H. F. Hauxwell, 21 St. Michael's Place, Brighton. 
Mod. BI. LeftMids. 1876. 

Hawtayne, Thomas Montgomery, Major. McDowall — Belcher. 

Son of Captain W. H. Hawtayne, Control Office, Ports- 
mouth. Mod. BI. Left Easter 1876. 

Major 2nd Batt. North Staffs. Regiment ; Served in the South 
African War 1900. 

Keary, Thomas Plumer. Foster. 

Son of H. W. Keary, Bridgnorth. Mod. B II. Left Mids. 
1877. 

Kennedy, Francis ; born 1859. McDowall — Belcher. 

Son of Captain Kennedy, 77th Foot. Mod. B IV— B II. 
House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left 1876. 

Stockbroker 1876-82 ; Solicitor since 1888 ; played in Irish 
International Rugby Football Fifteen 1880-81-82-85. 

Church Street, Wicklow, Ireland. 

*King, Reginald Brooks; born 1862. Drew. 

Son of Colonel James Pearce King, Monmouth. Junior 
School — BII. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket ; First 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1879. 

Engineering Department, King's College, 1879-81 ; M.I.C.E. ; 
Railway Engineer in Venezuela ; Grand National Archery 
Champion 1901-3 ; Secretary 1904. 

Kington Langley, Chippenham. 

Leakey, Charles Montague ; born 1864. House Scholar. Drew. 
Son of Rev. P. N. Leakey, Blaby Rectory, Leicester. 
Class. 1st — Lower Illrd. Lelt Easter 1876. 

Went to Monckton Combe School ; London Hospital District 
Officer, Caistor Union; L.A. London. 

Tower House, Caistor, Lincolnshire. 

Ludlow, Henry Sutton ; born i860. Belcher. 

Son of Joseph Ludlow, Solihull. Mod. B I. House Prefect. 
Left Chr. 1876. 

J. P.; Major of Militia. \Stockwood, Solihull, Warwickshire, 

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Marland, William Mansel. Belcher. 

School Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1877. 

Lieutenant in Cornwall Militia. Died January 1879. 

Mousley, Thomas Pickering. Belcher. 

Son of Thomas Turner Mousley, Stackpole Court, Pembroke. 
Mod. B II. Left Easter 1877. 

*Owen, Alfred de Brissac; born 1863. Estridge. 

Son of Rev. W. Owen, Damerham, Salisbury. Class. Junior 
School— Middle IVth. Left Chr. 1879. 

Emigrated to Canada 1882 ; since 1884 managing Emigration 
Work in connection with Dr. Barnardo's Homes. 

214 Farley Avenue, Toronto. 

Prior, Joseph. Drew. 

Son of Joseph Prior, 61 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London. Left 
Mids. 1874. 

Redmayne, John Fitzgerald Studdert ; born 1859. School House. 
Son of J. M. Redmayne, J. P., South Dene, Gateshead. 
Class. IHrd— Vlth. School Prefect; English Essay; 
Martin History ; Editor of Malvernian. Left Chr. 1878. 

Merton College, Oxford ; Third Class Jurisprudence and Law ; 
B.A. 1883 ; Organising Secretary and Director of the Gold- 
smiths' Institute, New Cross; Author of " Carmen Puellis," 
and other songs. 

The Goldsmiths' Company s Institute, Ntw Cross \ S.E. 

Redmayne, Robert Norman ; bom 1861. School House. 

Brother of above. Class. Junior School— Mid. IVth ; House 
Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1878. 

Armstrong College, Durham University 1878-82 ; Merchant 
and Shipbroker. fVoodside, Gateshead. 

Redmayne, Tunstall Fitzgerald, Rev. ; born 1863. School House. 
Brother of above. Class. Junior School — Shell. House 

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Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 

1 881. 

B.A. 1885 ; Chaplain to the Bishop of Ripon 1898-1901 ; Vicar 
of Tanfield-Bedale 1902-03 ; Well-Bedale 1904. 

Well Vicarage. Bedale. 

Roden, Horace H assail. Foundation Scholar. Drew. 

Son of S. S. Roden, M.D., Droitwich. Mod. BI. House 
Prefect. Left Chr. 1875. 

Cooper's Hill ; formerly occupied appointment in India Public 
Works Department, Central Provinces. 

58 Pennsylvania Road, Exeter. 

*Tiernay, Terence; born 1861. Day Bay — Howard. 

Son of James Barracliff Tier nay, Stourbridge. Class. Hnd 
—Shell. Left 1876. 

Solicitor. Beech Grave, Adelaide Road, Leamington. 

Walker, Oswin Frederick. Estridge. 

Son of Rev. John Thomas Walker, Ashdon Rectory, Linton. 
Class. Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1877. 

Wight. 

* Wright-Ingle, George Wright ; born 1857. Drew. 

Son of George Ingle, The Laurels, Eaton Socon, Bedford- 
shire. Mod. IV — B II. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1877. 

Clare College, Cambridge; Nominated High Sheriff of the 
Shires of Cambridge and Huntingdon for 1905. 

IVoodhouse, N. Finchley. 



Entries in May, 1874. 

Cook, Arthur Burton. Belcher. 

Son of Charles Cook, Newbury. Mod. B III. Left Chr. 1875. 

Newbury. 

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Forester, Edward Lovell ; born 1857. Estridge. 

Son of W. H. Forester, Sketty Park, near Swansea. Mod. 
Bill. — BII. Second Eleven Cricket; Second Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1876. 

Magistrate for County of Glamorganshire. 

Penybryn, Sketty, near Swansea. 

Forester, Graham ; born 1859. School House. 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd — Upper IVth. House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1875. 

Iron Merchant. f Wynberg^ Sketty ; near Swansea. 

Forester, Herbert Charles B. 

Brother of above. Mod. B III— B II. Left Easter 1877. 

# Hughes, Walter Octavius Marsh, Rev. ; born i860. Drew. 

Minor Scholar. Son of Rev. J. Bickley Hughes, Staverton 
Vicarage, Devon. Mod. BII. — BI. School Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football ; President Debating 
Society. Left Mids. 1879 

Academical Clerkship, Magdalen College, Oxford ; B.A. 1884 ; 
won Quarter Mile, Oxford v. Cambridge, 1881 ; ran for Oxford 
v. Cambridge 1882 ; Leeds Clergy School 1883 ; Rector of 
Tarporley. The Rectory, Tarporley, Cheshire. 

Humphreys, Francis Rowland. 

Son of Mrs. Humphreys, Florence Villa, Monkton Street, 
Ryde. Mod. BII. Left Mids. 1876. 

Kemmis, Thomas Henry. Estridge. 

Son of Thomas Kemmis, Shaen, Maryborough, Ireland. 
Left Chr. 1875. Shaen, Maryborough, Ireland. 

Leigh, Francis Beilby. Drew. 

Son of Rev. Charles Brian Leigh, Goldhanger Rectory, 
Maldon, Essex. Class. 1st. — Mod. B IV. Left Mids. 1877. 

15 Porchester Gardens, W. 

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Long, Frank Foster Day Boy. 

Son of Francis Long, Great Grimsby. Class. Lower Illrd — 
Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1877. 

Lushington, Alfred Wyndham ; born i860. School House. 

Son of J. L. Lushington, Mount Ephraim Road, Tunbridge 
Wells. Class. Lower IVth — Vth. House Prefect; House 
Eleven Football. Left 1878. 

Entered Indian Imperial Forest Department 1882 ; served 
in Cuddapah, Godaveri, Cochin, Salem, and Coimbatore 
Districts ; Conservator, Northern Circle, 1903. 

Waltari, Vizagapatam, India. 

Moore, Francis; born 1861. Estridge. 

Son of W. B. Moore, Belsize Park Gardens, Hampstead. 
Mod. B III.— I. Chance Prize. Left Mids. 1878. 

Stock Exchange. 10 Walton Place, Pont Street, London, S. W . 

■kMorice, Houlton Hartmell ; born 1859. School House. 

Son of Houlton Hartmell Morice, Brinne, near Swansea. 

Mod B III. — B I. Second Eleven Cricket; House Eleven 

Football. Left 1876. 

M erchan t . 1 6 G lanmoor Terrace S wansea . 

Morton, Robert Henry Alexander ; born i860. Drew. 

Son of Lieut. -General B. W. D. Morton, Malvern. Mod. 
B III.— II. Left Easter 1878. 

Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester ; now Tea Planting. 

Toonbarrie Tea Estate, Jalpaiguri, Bengal. 

Morton, Edward Ross, Major ; born i860. Drew. 

Brother of above. Left Mids. 1874. 

Major 31st P.M.I. (Indian Army) 1903, 

Woodhouse, Frank Hugh ; born 1857. Drew. 

Son of Rev. Richard Woodhouse, Tugford Rectory, Craven 
Arms, Salop. House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1875. 

Sheep farming in New Zealand. 

Warhake Island, Auckland, N. Z. 

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Entries in September, 1874. 

Coke, Sidney, Rev. Foster. 

Son of Rev. J. H. Coke. Class. Shell. House Eleven 
Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1874. 

University College, Durham ; B.A. 1878 ; ordained 1880. 

Pinxton Rectory, Alfreton. 

Clarke, Edward William Kouth. School House. 

Class. Upper Illrd— IVth. Second Eleven Football. Left 
Chr. 1876. 

Davies, James. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Davies, Berrington House, St. Alkmond's 

Square, Shrewsbury. Class. Lower Illrd — Lower IVth. 
Left Mids. 1876. 

Fitz-Herbert, Alleyne. Rev. ; born i860. School House. 

Son of Alleyne Fitz-Herbert, Warsop Rectory. Class. Lower 
Illrd -Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1879. 

St. John's College, Cambridge; B.A. 1884; Curate of Small- 
thornei885; Vicar of Whorlton-in-Cleveland 1887; Curate 
of Hunston 1890-93 ; Oswaldkirk 1895-7 ; Scrayingham 
with Leppington and Howsham 1897. 

Scrayingham Rectory, York. 

Fox, William Dudley. Estridge. 

Son of Mrs. Fox, Woodgate, Uttoxeter. Mod. B IV. —III. 
First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1878. 

* Harvey, Nicholas; born 1 86 1. Estridge — Bryans. 

Son of N. O. Harvey. Class. Illrd— Upper IVth. House 
Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; Second Eleven Football. j 

Left Mids. 1879. Trelissick % HayU % Cornwall. \ 

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Herapath, Stanley Howard ; born 1859. Drew. 

Son of Alfred Newton Herapath, Clifton. Class. Lower 
IVth— Mod. BI. Left Mids. 1878. 

f32 Oakfield Road, Clifton, Bristol. 

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Kendall, George Frederick. School House. 

Son of John Kendall, 8 Moseley Street, Manchester. Class. 
Ilnd— Mod. B II. Left Chr. 1876. 

Kendall, Harold. School Home. 

Brother of above. Class. 1st. Left Easter 1878. 

Lewis, Charles. Belcher. 

Son of Mrs. Lewis, The Kymir, Cardiff. Class. Shell. Left 
Chr. 1875. In New Zealand. . Halswell, N. Z. 

Louch, Edward Quekett ; born 1857. Foster. 

Son of John Louch, Langport. Mod. BI. School Prefect; 
First Eleven Football ; Second Eleven Cricket ; Chance 
Prize. Left Chr. 1875. 

Solicitor. Langport, Somerset. 

Mac an, Richard. Estridge. 

Son of Richard Macan, Drumcashel, Castle Bellingham, 
Ireland. Mod. B II— B I. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1877. 

Tonnac, Bledah, Algeria. 

Mitchell, John Hanson. Drew. 

Son of John Mitchell, The Beacon, Pehkridge, Staffordshire. 
Class. 1st — Mod. Bill. Second Eleven Football; House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1878., 

Newnham, Arthur Tristram Herbert, Major ; born 1861 . Estridge — 
Bryans. Son of William Heurtley Newnham, Clifton. 
Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; First Eleven 
Cricket (capt.) ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1879. 
Played Cricket for Gloucestershire ; P. W. O. Yorkshire Regi- 
ment 1881 ; Indian Staff Corps 1883 ; 10th Bombay Light 
Infantry ; after passing as Interpreter in Russian appointed 
to Intelligence Branch, Quartermaster-General's Department, 
1887; Examiner in Russian ; Major 190 1. 

Oliver, James ; born 1 861. School House. 

... Son -of R. Oliver, Lochside, Roxburgh. Mod. Bill. House 
Eleven Football. Left Easter 1877. , Died June 1891. 

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Ord, John William Burwell. Estridge. 

Son of John Ord, Nisbet, Kelso, Scotland. Class. Lower 
IVth— Shell. Left Mids. 1877. 

Ord, Selby. Estridge. 

Brother of above. Class. Upper Illrd— IVth. Left Easter 
1878. 

Parky ns, George Augustus ; born 1859. Belcher. 

Son of Sir Thomas Parkyns, Bart., Ruddington Manor, 
Nottingham. Mod. BII. Left Easter 1877. 
Lieutenant 3rd Stafford Militia. Died August 1880. 

Scott, Walter James. 

Son of Mrs. Scott, Amathwaite, Augusta Road, Birmingham. 
Left Easter 1878. 

Scott, Clifford Walmsley Barlee ; born 1859. Estridge. 

Son of Daniel Burton Scott. Mod. B IV— BII. House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1876. 

Solicitor in Natal ; served in Zulu War (Medal and Clasp 1879, 
South Africa) as a volunteer in Natal Carabineers. 

Box 167, Pietermaritzburg, Natal. 

Severn, John. Estridge. 

Class. Junior School— Middle IVth. Left Mids. 1877. 

Shepherd, Edward Woodhouse, Rev. Day Boy. 

Son of Malim Shepherd, Glengariffe, Ilfracombe. Class. Vth. 
Left Mids. 1875. 

Chaplain to the English Church at Stockholm, and Honorary 
Chaplain to the British Ambassador. Stockholm. 

Shepherd, George Herbert; born 1861. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Mod. BIV. — BI. House Cricket and 
Football Eleven. Left Mids. 1877. 

Solicitor 1884 ; was on the Stage 1887-92 ; Organising Agent 

and Lecturer to ** The National Trade Defence Association " 

1 892 -1 900 ; Manager of Messrs. Salt & Co., Brewers, Burton- 

on-Trent (Redditch and District). 

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Smith, James Macgaan. Est ridge. 

Class. Ilnd— Mod. BII. Left Mids. 1877. 

* Saunders, Augustus Moir ; born i860. Dicw 

Son of Francis Saunders, 11 Bolton Gardens, South Ken- 
sington. Mod. B IV. — BII. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Football ; Second Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1877. 
Mechanical Engineer, and Superintendent of the National 
Department, National Tube Co. 

McKeesport, Alleghany Co., Pa., U.S.A. 

Stewart, James Marshall, Major. Dmv — Foster. 

Class. Shell— Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1878. 

India Staff Corps; Major (1901) 5th Goorkhas. 

Abbottobnd, Punjab, India. 

Somerset, Henry Charles Fitzroy. Belcher. 

Mod. B IV— B III. Left Mids. 1876. 

Thomson, Guy. Foster. 

Son of J. Thomson, Old Bank, Oxford. Mod. B IV.— III. 
Left Chr. 1876. 

Toll, Walter Vavasour ; born 1858. Dreiv. 

Son of H. L. Toll, Manor House, Strete, Dartmouth. Mod. 
B IV.— III. Left Chr. 1875. Died April 30th. 1899. 

Ward, Sidney Marr ; born 1862. Exhibitioner. Drew. 

Son of Rev. George Sturton Ward, Fellow of Hertford 
College, Oxford. Class. Junior School — Shell. Second 
Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1881. 

Clerk in Secretary's Office, Bank of England, 1884 ; Assistant 
Secretary 1889-1903 ; now Managing Director of Baring 
Bros, and Co., Ltd. The Red House, Ewell, Surrey. 

Young, Charles Alfred ; born 1862. Belcher. 

Son of C. O. Young, Campville, Cardiff. Junior School — 
BI. House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1879. 

Merchant. \ Parent's Address 

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Entries in January, 1875. 



Alleyne, Reynold Beresford Sen house. Mod. B IV. 
Left Mids. 1875. 



Belcher. 



Belcher, Alfred Bernard; born 1861. Exhibitioner. Belcher. 

Class. Lower IVth — Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket ; Second Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1879. 

Queen's College, Oxford ; B.A. 1883 ; Assistant Master, 
Brighton College ; afterwards at Uppingham School. Died 
June 1896. 

Brittan, Charles Gisborne, Lieut.-Colonel ; born i860. Drew. 

Son of Rev. Charles Brittan, M.A., Darley Abbey Vicarage. 
Class. Lower IVth — Vth. House Prefect ; First Eleven 
Football ; Second Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1878. 

R. M.L.I. 1878; Assistant Instructor of Musketry, R.M. 
DepAt, 1885; Captain 1886; Adjutant, Chatham Division, 
1886-91; Staff Officer, PI} mouth Division, 1894-96; Major 
1895 ; Instructor of Musketry, Portsmouth Division, 1897-98 ; 
Lieutenant-Colonel 1902. K. Al, Bat racks, Gosport. 

* Brittan, Edward Pole, Major ; born 1861. Minor Scholar. Diew. 
Brother of above. Class. Lower IVth — Vth. House Eleven 
Football. Left Chr. 1878. 
Royal Marine Artillery 1879; Eastern Soudan 1884; Battle of 
El-Teb and Relief of Tokar; Assistant Gunnery Instructor 
to R. M. A. 1886-89 ; Captain 1889 ; Major 1898 ; Intelligence 
Department, Admiralty, 1890-95; Gunnery Instructor to 
R. M. A. 1896-1901. Eastney Bartacks, Pottsmouth. 



Chalmers, Alexander Henry. 

Class. Ilnd— Middle IVth. Left Chr. 1876. 



Foster 



Daines, John Waldegrave. Belcher. 

Son of Thomas Daines, The Gables, Tenby. Mod. Bill. 
Left Chr. 1875. 

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Dainks, Frank Henry. 

Brother of above. Mod. BIV. Left Chr. 1875. 

Eustace, John George. Drew. 

Son of Rev. W. Eustace, Bray, Co. Wicklow. Mod. B III. 
Left Mids. 1875. 

Eustace, Herbert Rowland. Drew. 

Brother of above. Class. Lower IVth — Shell. House Pre- 
fect. Left Chr. 1878. 

Faber, Thomas Henry. School House. 

Son of H. G. Faber, Stockton-on-Tees. Class. Junior 
School— Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1878. 

Green. Frederic Richard, Rev. 

Son of Rev. E. J. Green, Leintwardine Vicarage, Hereford. 
Left Chr. 1877. 

Christ Church, Oxford; Cuddesdon College 1881 ; ordained 1881 ; 
Curate of Peterchurch, Herefordshire, 1883-86 ; Rector of 
Turnastone 1886. Tuniastofu Rectory, Vowchurch t Hereford. 

Gurney, Harry Ernest. 

Son of George Gurney, 8 Devonshire Place, Eastbourne. 
Mod. BIV. Left Chr. 1876. 

Greenwell, Allan ; born i860. Drew— Howard— School House. 

Exhibitioner. Son of G. C. Greenwell, Duffield, near Derby. 
Mod. B III.— Class. Mid. IVth, Left Chr. 1876. 

Civil Engineer; Fellow of the Imperial Institute. 

\Frome % Somerset. 

Hedley, Herbert, Rev. 

Son of Rev. Thomas Hedley, Malvern. Mod. B. III. Left 
Mids. 1875. 
Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1882; Vicar of Masham 
1904. Mas ham, Jf.S.O., Yotks. 

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* Johnson, Arthur Basil Noel ; born 1861. Estridge — Bryans. 

Exhibitioner. Son of Very Rev. G. H. S. Johnson, Dean 
of Wells. Class. Upper IVth — Vlth. School Prefect; 
House Eleven Cricket ; Latin Prose ; Greek Prose ; Organist 
to the School 1876—79. Left Chr. 1879. 

Academical Clerkship, Magdalen College, Oxford ; Second 
Class Class. Mods. ; B.A. 1884; two years at Royal College 
of Music ; appointed Organist and Music Master at Rugby 
School 1886. 7 he School. Rugby. 

* Jones, Trevor Bowmar. Estridge. 

Son of Rev. T. Jones, St Margaret's Vicarage, Leicester. 
Class. Upper IHrd — Shell. School Prefect; First Eleven, 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Easter 1878. 

Charley Rise. Loughborough. 

Jones, Mervyn Alban ; born 1862. Estridge. 

Brother of above. Left Chr. 1875. 

Merchant Service ; Marine Surveyor to the Government of 
Queensland. Died at Brisbane, 1902. 

Knight, Alfred Thomas. Drew. 

Son of Rev. Thomas Knight, Farncombe Rectory, Godal- 
ming, Surrey. Class. Lower IVth -Upper IVth. Left Mids. 
1876. 

St. John's College, Cambridge. 

Lawrence, John Thomas, Rev. House Scholar. Drew. 

Son of Thomas Lawrence, Headingley, Leeds. School 
Prefect ; Dowdeswell Prize. Left Easter 1878. 

Scholar of St Catherine's College, Cambridge, 1877; Post- 
master of Merton College, Oxford, 1878; Second Class 
Math. Mods. 1880; B.A. 1882; Ordained 1884; Curate of 
Harpsden 1884-6; Stoke Newington 1886-8; Organising 
Secretary S. P. C. K. for Diocese Madras 1888; Secretary 
to Madras School of Music; Curate of St. James', Accring- 
ton, 1899; Vicar of Read, Blackburn, 1905; author of "A 
Dictionary of Musical Biography," 1892, and " The Church 
Organ," 1893. 21 Hope Street, Accringion. 

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Lomax (formerly Smith), Montague; born i860. School House. 

Foundation Scholar. Son of Rev. Thomas Smith, Holm- 
wood, Weston-super-Mare. Class. Shell— Vlth. School 
Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Easter 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1879 ; 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1883; practised in London, New Zea- 
land, and Leamington; author of "Woman" (1895), 
"Frondes Caducae" (Poems, 1903). 

The Close, Minchinhampton. 

*Nutt, Herbert John ; born 1861. School House. 

Son of John Nutt, Fillongley. Mod. Bill— B I. School 
Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Easter 1878. 

Brewer. Fillongley, near Coventry. 

* Palmer, Charles Herbert ; born i860. School House. 

Son of Samuel Palmer, Northcourt, Hampstead, N.W. 
Mod. BIV. — II. School Prefect; House Eleven Cricket 
and Football. Left Mids. 1878. 
Director of Messrs. Huntley & Palmers, Reading. 

62 Porthester Terrace, Hyde Park, W. 

* Salter, William ; born 1862. Exhibitioner. Belcher. 

Son of Rev. W. Charles Salter, Principal of St. Al ban's 
Hall, Oxford. Class. Lower IVth— Vlth. Senior Chapel 
Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; 
Greek Prose. Left Chr. 1881. 

Merton College, Oxford ; Second Class Classical Mods. 1883 ; 
Third Class Lit. Hum. 1885; B.A. 1885; Captain Oxford- 
shire County Football Eleven 1884-7 ; Schoolmaster. 

Hillside, West Malvern. 

*Scrimgeour, Ronald Cameron, Rev. ; born 1856. Foster. 

Son of William Wilson Scrimgeour, Highgate. Class. Vth. 
House Prefect. Left Mids. 1875. 
Brasenose College, Oxford; B.A. ; Curate of Great Malvern 
1880 ; Easthampstead 1884 ; Vicar of Exton 1894 ; Sibton 
1898. Sibton Vicarage, Yoxford, Suffolk. 

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Stratford, Frederick William. Drew. 

Son of Hugh Stratford Stratford, n Stanley Gardens, 
Notting Hill, W. Mod. B 111— II. School Prefect; First 
Eleven Cricket (Capt.) ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 
1878. 

Theobald, James Ernest. Exhibitioner. Foster. 

Son of Rev. C. Theobald, Isle of Wight. Class. Upper 
IVth— Vth. House Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket. Left 
Easter 1878. Died 1884. 

Thompson, William. Exhibitioner. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Thompson, Barton-under-Needwood, Burton. 
School Prefect. Left Mids. 1877. 

Till, Wilfred Worthington. Foster. 

Son of Rev. Lawrence W. Till. Mod. IV.— II. Left 
Easter 1878. Dead. 

Trevor, Edward Gappes. Foundation Scholar. Drew 

Son of Mrs. Trevor, Milverton, Taunton. Class. Upper 
IVth— Vlth. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1880. 

Math. Scholar, Emmanuel College, Cambridge; B.A. 1883. 

Webster, Henry Leicester; born 1802. School House. 

Son of H. B. Webster, 4 Wetherby Place, South Kensington. 
Class. 1st — Upper IVth. House Eleven Cricket ; House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1879. 

Joined N. W. P. and Oudh Police 1883. 

1). S. Police, Kumaun and Gaskwal, Nairn Tal, India. 



Entries in May, 1875. 

Batchelor, Walter Gerald. Belcher. 

Son of T. B. Batchelor, Maindee, Newport. Mod. Bill. 
Left Easter 1877. 

Baxter, Thomas. Estridge. 

Son of Thomas Baxter, Cheadle, Cheshire. Left Mids.. 1877. 

Galley, Lingfield Avenue, Kingston-on-Thames. 



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Blencowe, Everard Prescott. Belcher. 

Son of Everard Blencowe, 37 Montpellier Crescent, Chelten- 
ham. Class. Illrd. Left Chr. 1876. 

Dewar, James Edward, Colonel ; born 1862. Drew. 

Son of W. W. M. Dewar, Cotmore, Bicester. Mod. BI. 
School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven 
Football. Left 1879. 

Lieutenant 2nd Dragoon Guards 1882 ; Adjutant 1887-91 ; 
Captain 1887 ; served in Soudan Campaign (Suakim) 1885 ; 
Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star ; South African War 
1900 ; Colonel 1903. Cavalry Depdt, Canterbury. 

Fellowes, Reginald Octavius ; born i860. Drew. 

Son of Canon Fellowes, Horningham Vicarage. Mod. B IV. 
— B I. School Prefect; First Eleven Football (capt.) ; 
Second Eleven Cricket ; School Record for the Mile. Left 
Mids. 1879. 

Land Agent to Earl of Hardwicke and Viscount Clifden (Wim- 
pole Estate). Wimpole Lodge, Royston, Cambridge . 

* Fisher, Henry J utson; born 1862. Foster. 

Son of William Fisher, Tipton. Mod. B IV.— B III. Left 
Chr. 1878. Sunny croft, Milverton Terrace, Leamington. 

Fosbrooke, Leonard ; born i860. Drew. 

Son of Leonard Fosbrooke, Ravenstone Hall, Ashby-de-la- 

Zouch. Mod. Bill.— B I. School Prefect ; House Eleven 

Cricket; Chance Prize. Left Chr. 1878. 

Artist. Ravenstone, Ashby-de-la-Zoiich. 

Harvey, Francis Haniel ; born 1859. Estridge. 

Son of N. O. Harvey, Trevear House, Penzance. Mod. 
Bill.— II. Left Mids. 1876. 
Civil Engineer. Trelissick Villa, Hayle, Cornwall. 

McKinlay, Frederick. Foster. 

Mod. B III. Left Mids. 1877. 

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Mountain, Frederick Armine Rawsey. Foster. 

Son of Rev. A. W. Mountain. Class. Upper IVth. Left 
Mids. 1876. 

Parsons, Herbert ; born 1859. Belcher. 

Son of Henry Parsons, Crewkerne. Class. IHrd— Lower 
IVth. House Eleven Football. Left 1878. 

Solicitor. 17 Heath field Park, Willesden Green. 

Parsons, Robert Maurice Peters ; born i860. Belcher. 

Brother of above. Class, llnd — Upper IVth. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left 
Easter 1879. 

Played Rugby Football for South against North 1888 ; Land 
Agent ; J.P. for County of Somerset. 

Afisterton, Crewkerne, Somerset. 

Poppelwell. Henry F. Webb. Drew. 

Son of Rev. J. H. Poppelwell. The Willows, Ideford, 
South Devon. Left Mids. 1875. Parent's Address. 

Quartermain, John Saunders. Belcher. 

Son of Mrs. Quartermain, Backeridge House, Teignmouth. 
Mod. BII. Left Mids. 1877. 

Russell, William Robert. Belcher. 

House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1877. 
Queen's College, Oxford. 

Scott, Bernard Charles ; born i860. Estridge. 

Son of Rev. T. S. Scott. Class. Illrd — Vth. House 
Prefect ; House Eleven Football and Cricket. Left Chr. 1877. 

First Entrance Scholar, Middlesex Hospital ; University 
College, London, and Paris; M.R.C. S., England, 1882; 
L. S. A. 1883 ; Medical Officer, Infirmary, West Bromwich. 

26 Lombard Street, West Bromwich . 

Smalpage, Francis Henry. Foster. 

Class. Upper IVth. Left Easter 1877. 



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Sherrard, Hugh William. Exhibitioner. Foster. 

Son of Rev. H. Sherrard, St. Thomas's Vicarage, Stour- 
bridge. Class. Vth. Left Chr. 1878. 

Jesus College, Cambridge. 

Thomas, William George. 

Son of Richard Thomas, Bishopswood, near Ross. Mod. 
BII. Left Easter 1877. 

Tonge, Henry Fleetwood ; born i860. Drew. 

Son of Captain L. C. H. Tonge, R.N., Stonehouse, Cook ham, 
Newbury, Berks. Mod. BII. Left Easter 1879. 

Died in New Zealand, June 1883. 



Entries in September 1875. 

Aitken, Arthur Edward, Lieut. -Colonel ; born 1861. Foster. 

Son of General Aitken, R.A., 27 Brunswick Place, Brighton. 
Class. Shell— Vth. House Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football ; won Senior and Junior Gymnastics. 
Left Easter 1878. 

1st Wore. Regt. 1880; 19th Bombay Infantry 1882 ; served in 
Egypt with 28th Bombay Infantry ; present at action of 
Tofrek (Macneill's Zariba); Commanding 119th Infantry, 
India. 

Aitken, David Bannerman. Foster. 

Brother of above. Mod. BV. Left Easter 1877. 

Died at Calcutta in 1896. 

Aldrich-Blake, Frederic Hooper, Rev. ; born 1863. Estridge — 
Bryans. Son of Rev. Frederic James Aldrich-Blake, Welsh 
Bicknor, Ross. Class. Junior School— Vlth. School Pre- 
fect ; First Eleven Football ; Second Eleven Cricket. Left 
Mids. 1882. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1885 ; ordained 1886 ; 
Rector of Llanwenarth Citra 1898. 

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Anderson, Percy Herbert. 

Son of Joseph Anderson, Staines. Mod. BIV. Left Chr. 

1877. 

Baillie, Gilbert Sterling. School House. 

Son of Hamilton Baillie, Bronsil, near Ledbury. Mod. BII. 
First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1879. The Green, Raglan. 

Becher, Septimus John. Foster. 

Son of Colonel L. H. Becher, Barnes, Surrey. Class. Shell. 
Left Chr. 1880. Dead. 

Birkett, Arthur. Foster. • 

Son of John Birkett, 59 Green Street, W. Mod. B III. Left 
Mids. 1877. 

Birkett, Ernest Wilkinson. Drew. 

Son of William Birkett, Belmont, Exeter. Mod. BV. — I. 
Left Mids. 1878. 

Brewer. The Knoll, Heavitree, Exeter. 

Blackden, Leonard Shadwell, Major; born 1863. Day Boy. 

Son of Marcus Seton Blackden, Malvern Wells. Left 
Easter 1876. 
Major 2nd Batt. West India Regiment. 

West India Regiment, Sierra Leone. 

Bosvile, Godfrey. Belcher. 

Son of Thomas Bosvile Bosvile, Tunbridge Wells. Mod. 
Bill. Left Easter 1881. 

Farmed in Norfolk ; Now a Journalist ; Author of " Publicans 
and Sinners." 74 Kingstead Road, Cat/ord, Kent. 

Brown, Jonas Clifford. Drew. 

Son of John Brown, Roth well, Leeds. Class Lower IVth. 
Second Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1879. 

Briscoe, Francis Percival ; born 1863. Belcher — Atackie. 

Son of Rev. J. R. Briscoe, Vicarage, Ilminster. Class. IVth. 
House Prefect. Left Easter 1881. 

Trinity College, Oxford; B.A. 1885; Assistant Master at 
Malvern Wells. Died February 1887. 



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Bushe, Robert John Scott. 

Son of John Scott Bushe, Malvern. Mod. BIV. Left 
Easter 1876. 

Cautley, Cautley Holmes Bottomley ; born 1859. Dreiv. 

Son of S. Bottomley, Shelf Hall, Halifax. Class. Middle 
IVth-SheH. Left Mids. 1877. 

Christ Church, Oxford ; B.A. 1881. Shelf Hall, Halifax. 

Chatfield, Charles Edward. Belcher. 

Son of Mrs. Chatfield, Kingston-on-Thames. Mod. Bill. 
Left Mids. 1877. 

Currie, Arthur Edward ;' born 1859. Foster. 

Son of Rev. Sir Frederick Currie, Bart., Old Alresford, 
Hants. Mod. B I. Left Chr. 1876. 

Shane House, Sea ford, Sussex. 

Dixon, George Frederick. Foster. 

Son of W. H. Dixon, The Beeches, Edgbaston. Mod. BII. 
Left Mids. 1876. 

Drew, Alfred Cooke; born 1861. Drew. 

Son of Thomas Drew, Lee, Kent. Class. Lower IVth — 
Shell. Left Mids. 1878. 
Iron Merchant. St. Andrew* s % Lingar a* s Road, Lewi sham, S.E. 

Faulkner, William Cooke. Drew. 

Class. Upper Illrd— Shell. Left Mids. 1879. 

Fetherstonhaugh, Shirley Arthur Stephenson ; born 1861. 

Son of Rev. T. Nash Stephenson. Class. Lower Illrd — 
Middle IVth. House Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1879. 

Captain 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. 

Hopton Court, Worcester. 

Garnett, Philip Frederic. Belcher. 

Son of Philip Frederic Garnett, Liverpool. Left Mids. 1877. 
Died 1890. 



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* Garnett, Frederick Herbert. Foster — Day -Boy. 

Son of Captain R. J. Garnett, Bonehill Lodge, Tam worth. 
Jun. Sch.— BI. Left Mids. 1880. 

Manor House, Upper Wick, Worcester. 

Garnett, Robert Claude Cecil. Foster — Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Jun. Sch. — BII. Left Mids. 1880. 

20 Gunterstone Road, W. Kensington. 

Gordon, James ; born 186 1. Foster. 

Son of Rev. Prebendary Gordon, Petersfield, Sussex. Class. 
Lower IVth— Vth. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1880. 

New College, Oxford ; 2nd Class Nat. Science ; B.A. 1884 '* 
M.B. ; House Physician, Guildford County Hospital. Dead. 

Hall Dare, Charles; born 1861. Drew. 

Son of Robert W. Hall Dare, Fitzwalters, Essex. Died 
February 1876. 

Hargreaves, Frederick William ; born 1859. Belcher. 

Son_ of Henry Unsworth Hargreaves, Blackburn. Mod. 
Bill. — BII. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; First 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1877. 

Played Association Football, England v. Ireland, and England 
v Wales. Died, April 5th, 1897. 

Hargreaves, John; born i860. Belcher. 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd — Shell. School Prefect; 
First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Easter 1879. 

Played Association Football, England v. Scotland, England v. 
Wales ; Solicitor. Died 1903. 

Hooper, Godfrey ; born 1862. Estridge. 

Son of George Hooper. Class. Illrd — Mid. IVth. Left 
Mids. 187S. 

Stock Exchange. Ox led, Surrey. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Hqrner, John Fitz Lloyd ; born 1861. School House. 

Son of J. Horner, Cheltenham. Left Chr. 1878. 

Christ Church, Oxford; represented Oxford v. Cambridge at 

Athletics 1883; Captain and Hon. Major 4th Battalion 

Devonshire Regiment. The Depdt, Exeter. 

Hoyle, Fred. Drew. 

Son of Theodore Hoyle, Fairfield Lodge, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Class. Ilnd^-Mod. BII. Left Mids. 1879. . 

Hoyle, Percy Savill. Drew. 

Brother of above. Class. Und— Mod. B II. Left Mids. 1880. 

Vaughan-Hughes, Gerald Mainwaring ; born 1858. Howard — Spear. 
Son of Rev. R. Vaughan-Hughes, Wyelands, Chepstow. 
Class. Shell — Vth. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football ; President of Athletics ; President of 
Paperchase Committee. Left Mids. 1877. 

Magdalen College, Oxford ; B.A. i88t ; Assistant Master, 
St. Edward's School, Oxford, 1883-87;. Bradfield College 
1889-90; Connaught House School, Weymouth, 1890-1 901. 

Wyelands, near Chepstow. 

Humble, Frederick Thomas. Drew. 

Son of Richard Humble, Adel, near Leeds. Mod. BI. 
First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1878. 

Was in business in Leeds. Dead. 

Huntington, Henry Edward, Rev. ; born i860. Foster. 

Son of Rev. H. J. Huntington, Leghorn, Italy. Class. Vlth. 
Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1879. 

Classical Exhibitioner, Keble College, Oxford, 1882 ; Taylorian 
Italian Scholar 1883 ; Second Class Classical Mods. 1883 ; 
Second Class Lit. Hum. 1885 ; B.A. 1885 ; Assistant Master, 
Wellington College, 1885 ; House Master, Malvern College, 
1889 ; ordained 1888. Died at Malvern, Easter Term, 1893. 

Kerr, George Rait. Belcher. 

Son of S. Rait Kerr, Rathmoyle, near Edenderry, Ireland. 
Mod. B II. Left Chr. 1876. 



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Kerr, George Douglas. 

Son of Mrs. Kerr, Malvern. Mod. BIV. Left Mids. 1876. 

Knight, Henry Reginald. Foster. 

Son of J. C. Knight, Chapel Allerton, Leeds. Left Chr. 
1876. 

* Merry, Walter Mansell, Rev. ; born 1863. School House. 

Son of William Walter Merry, D.D., Rector of Lincoln 
College, Oxford. Class. Lower IVth— Vlth. School Prefect ; 
House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 
1881. 

Exeter College, Oxford ; Second Ciass Classical Mods. ; B.A. 
1885 ; rode for Oxford v. Cambridge Bicycle Races 1883-4 » 
ordained 1887 '> Domestic Chaplain to Bishop of Ripon 
1887-8; Curate of Scarborough 1888-9; St. Faith's, Win- 
chester, 1890-7 ; Vicar of St. Michael's at the North Gate, 
Oxford, 1897. The Cedars, Park Town, Oxford. 

Masterman, Harold. Estridge. 

Son of Edward Masterman, Leyton, Essex. Class. Lower 
IVth— Shell. Left Chr. 1878. 

May, Leonard T. B. Foster. 

Mod. BIV- II. Left Mids. 1878. 

Middleton, Charles Willy. Estridge. 

Son of Charles Middleton, Holkham Wells, Norfolk. Mod. 
B IV— III. Left Chr. 1876. 

ttMiNCHiN, Harry Christopher Montague ; born 1861. Spear. 

Exhibitioner. Son of Rev. H. C. Minchin. Class. Upper 
IVth— Vlth. Senior Chapel Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1880. 

Classical Scholar, Wadham College, Oxford ; First Class 
Classical Mods.; Second Class Lit. Hum.; B.A. 1885; 
Assistant Master, Magdalen College School ; Lecturer in 
Classics, Wadham College ; Assistant Master, Bradfield 
College, 1888— 1902 ; now engaged in Literary Work. 

Gorsedette Cottage, Far 11 ham. 

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Mousley, Michael Turner. Belcher. 

Son of Thomas Turner Mousley, Stackpoole, Pembroke. 
Mod. BII. Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Easter 1880. 

Paton, James S pence. 

Son of Mrs. Paton, Claughton, Birkenhead. Mod. BV. 
Left Mids. 1876. 

Parlby, Walter Coventry Hall ; born 1862. Foster. 

Son of Rev. J. H. Parlby, Manadon, near Plymouth. Class. 
Ilnd— Upper JVth. JLeft Chr. 1878. 
St. John's College, Oxford; B.A. 1885; formerly Tea-planting 
in Assam ; Ranching in Canada. 

Dartmoor Ranch , Buffalo Lake, Alberta, N.W.T., Canada. 

de Pledge, Harold George ; Lieut. -Col. Drew. 

Son of Rev. J. P. de Pledge, Saltley Vicarage, Darlington. 
Left Chr. 1877. 

Now commanding 19th Hussars ; South African War, 1899. 

Curragh, Ireland. 

Rawlinson, Christopher Charles. Est ridge. 

Mod. B IV— III. Left Mids. 1878. 

Rooper, Henry Gloster Bonfoy ; born i860. Estridge. 

Son of Colonel Frederick James Rooper, Huntingdon. 
Mod. BII. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1878. 

f20, Denbigh Place, St. George's Rd., S W. 

Simpson, James Nelson. Estridge. 

Son of James Simpson, 8 Catherine Road, Surbiton. Mod. 
Bill. Left Easter 1876. 

Steele, Herbert Lancaster ; born 1862. Foster. 

Son of Rev. T. J. Steele, Whepstead Rectory. Class. Ilnd— 
Illrd. Left Chr. 18/8. 

Farming in United States. 

Glen Inglis, Buncombe Co., N. Carolina, U.S.A. 

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Walker, Cecil Francis. 

Son of Rev. C. E. Walker, Doddington Vicarage, March. 
Left Mids. 1877. 

Webster, Herbert. 

Son of Henry Robert Webster, Morton House, Fence Houses, 
Durham. Left Easter 1877. 

Williams, Gerald Garnons ; born 1859. Belcher. 

Son of Rev. Canon Garnons Williams, Abercamlais, Brecon. 
Class. Upper IVth — Shell. School Prefect; First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1877. 

Land Agent. Rock House, Pembrey, Carmarthenshire, 

Wootten, Evelyn John Wootten. Foster. 

Son of William Wootten, Headington, Oxford. Class. Lower 
IVth— Shell. Left Mids. 1879. 

Brewer . 13 St. Thomas Street, Winchester. 

Wray 

Entries in January, 1876. 

* Bird, Alfred Curtis ; born 1862. Lea Scholar. Drew. 

Son of Henry Bird, The Vineyard, Uxbridge. Class. Lower 
IVth— Shell. House Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; Second 
Eleven Football. Left Midst 1879. 

Solicitor. 9 Bedford Row, W.C. 

Blackden, Marcus Worsley. Day Boy. 

Son of Marcus Seton Blackden, Larch Hill, Malvern Wells. 
Left Easter 1876. 

Boyer, Joseph Stanborough. Howard. 

Son of Joseph Boyer, Upper Norwood. Mod. Bill. Left 
Mids. 1876. 

Brocklehurst, Ernest Arthur. Estridge. 

Son of John Fielden, Dobroyd Castle, Todmorden. Mod. 
BIV.-III. Left Mids. 1878. 

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Castle, Bernard. Spear. 

Son of Robert Castle, Iffley. Class. Illrd— Vth. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; 
English Essay ; Editor of Malveruian. Left M ids. 1879. 

London University Matriculation 1880; L.R.C.P., London, 
1888; M.R.C.S., England, 1886. Died in Mexico, 1902. 

Charters, John. Belcher. 

Son of G. W. Charters, The Hall, Goring, Sussex. BIV — 
B I. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; President of 
Athletics. Left Mids. 1879. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge. 

Charters, Washington. Belcher. 

Brother of above. B IV.— B III. Left Chr. 1879. 

Killed by a fall from a horse. 

Charters, James B. Belcher, 

Brother of above. Class. Mid. I Vth. House Prefect ; 
Second Eleven Cricket. Left Mids, 1881. 

Childe-Freeman, Cecil; born 1861. School //oust. 

Son of Rev. A. Childe-Freeman, Edwin Rectory. Mod. 
BIV— B II. School Prefect; House Eleven Cricket; 
House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1879. 

In Custom House at Vancouver ; engaged in Kiel's Rebellion 
in N.W.P. 

Box 102, Vancouver, B.C. 

Clarke, John Moir. Howard — Spear. 

Son of John Moir Clarke, Aberdeen. B III. Left Chr. 1878. 
Musical Composer. 22 Leinster Gardens, Hyde Park, W . 

Coleman, William Freeme, Major; born 1861. Esttiii^e—Bryans. 
Son of W. Coleman, Chippenham. BIV. — I. House 
Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1879. 

Served for twenty-two years in the Suffolk Regiment, and held 
many Staff Appointments in India and Burma ; Nile Ex- 
pedition (Egyptian Medal and Star) ; Matabeleland and 
Mashonaland Expeditions. Killia$h, Co. Cotk. 



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Collet, Harold von Bricknen. Howard. 

Son of W. M. Collet, Founders' Court, London. Class. 
Illrd— Shell. House Eleven Cricltet. Left Mids. 1879. 

Day, Gerard Cecil, Rev. ; born 1864. Foster. 

Son of G. J. Day, Horsford, Norwich. Class. Junior School 
—Shell. Left Chr. 1880. 

Keble College, Oxford; B.A. 1886; Leeds Clergy School; 
ordained 1888; Curate of St. Michael and All Angels, 
Northampton ; Chaplain to the Forces in the South African 
War 1899. lhakanchu, O. /?. C, South Africa. 

Donald, Leslie Montagu. Drew. 

Son of W. Donald, Cheltenham. Mod. BIV.— II. School 
Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; Second Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1880. 
Killed in Australia by a fall from his horse, April 1891. 

Evans, Edward Francis. Belcher . 

Son of Thos. Evans, Cardiff. Mod. JV. Left Chr. 1877. 

Ferguson, George Henry Fletcher. Howard. 

Son of Daniel Ferguson, Malvern. Class. Upper IVth. 
Left Chr. 1876. 

Fitzmaurice, Douglas Commerell Mentzies. Drew. 

Class. Hnd— Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1878. 

Fowler. Estridge. 

Class. Lower IVth. 

Greenway, Charles Durnford. School House. 

Son of Lieut. -Colonel Thomas Greenway, Warwick. Class. 
Hnd— Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1880. 

Gdrney, Gerald. 

Son of Rev. A. H. Gurney, Brighton. Left 1876. 

Balliol College, Oxford ; ordained 1904 ; Curate of tfambleden. 

Little Colstrope, Hambleden, Henley-on-Thames. 



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Hebblethwaite, Reginald Monro, Rev ; born i860. Belcher. 

Son of J. W. Hebblethwaite, Moor Allerton Hall, Yorkshire. 
Class. Junior School — Vth. Left Chr. 1879. 

Worcester College, Oxford ; B.A. 1883; ordained 1884 ; Curate 
of St. John's, Lady wood, Birmingham, 1884-86; Busbridge 
1886-92 ; Windlesham 1892-1902 ; Long Cross 1902-3 ; By- 
fleet 1903-4 ; Vicar of Botleys and Lyne 1904. 

Lyne Vicarage, Chertsey. 

Hilliam, William Percy; born 1859. Howard— Spear. 

Son of Capt. Thomas Hilliam, Spalding. Mod. B II. 
House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1878. 

L.S.A. 1893 ; St. Thomas's, Sheffield, and Edinburgh Hospitals. 

Storr Hill, Wyke, Bradford. 

Jonbs, Herbert. 

Class. Upper IVth— Shell. Left Chr. 1877. 

Knapp, Sydney Charles. 

Son of Capt. G. W. W. Knapp, Cheltenham. Class. Hnd. 
Left Chr. 1876. 

Lefroy, Harry; born i860. Estridge. 

Son of Henry Maunsell Lefroy, J. P., Killaloe. Mod. B V. — 
Bill. House Eleven Football. Left 1878. 

Engineer on Union Pacific Railway, Rocky Mountain Survey. 

Cambray, Killaloe, Ireland. 

Lightfoot, Charles Louis. School House. 

Son of R. T. Lightfoot, Gateshead - on - Tyne. Class. 
Lower IHrd— Shell. House Prefect. Left Easter 1879. 

MB, CM., 1883; M.R.C.S., Eng., 1885; M.D , Edin., 1887. 
Dead. 

Lilly, John. Foste* . 

Son of John Lilly, Manchester. Mod. B1I. House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Easter 1880. 

Leigh ton House, Kersal, Manchester. 

Lilly, Humphrey Chetham. Foster. 

Brother of above. Mod. BII. First Eleven Football; 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1882. Above Address. 



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Long, Richard Cobbett. School House. 

Son of Francis Long, Grimsby. Class. Shell. Left Easter 1879. 

*Luard, Hugh Bixby; born 1862. Exhibitioner. Howard — Spear. 
Son of Rev. B. G. Luard, Aveley Vicarage, Purfleet. Class. 
Upper IVth — Vlth. School Prefect; Lea Shakespeare; 
Latin Prose. Left Mids. 1881. 

Scholar of St. Catharine's College, Cambridge; B.A. 1884; 
First Class Natural Science Tripos; M.B., B.C., 1887; 
House Physician, St. Thomas's Hospital; Indian Medical 
Service 1890; with nth Bengal Lancers at Rawal Pindi ; 
15th Sikh Infantry, Miranzai, 1891 (Medal) ; 5th Goorkhas at 
Gilgit, Hunza -Nagar Campaign (Clasp, mentioned in des- 
patches) ; Surgeon-Captain, I. M.S. 

cjo Messrs. Grindlay, Groome <S* Co., Bombay. 

Marriott, Richard Charles Edward ; born 1863. Howard — Spear. 

Son of Colonel Marriott, Avonbank, Pershore. Class. 
Lower IVth— Mod. B IV. Left Mids. 1877. 

Afterwards at Harrow; Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry; 
retired. 

Minchin, Laurence Harry Jackson ; born 1863. School House. 

House Scholar. Son of Rev. H. H. Minchin, Little Brom- 
ley Rectory. Class. Middle IVth— Vth. School Prefect; 
Second Eleven Football ; Paperchase Eleven ; House Eleven 
Cricket ; School Organist. Left Chr. 1881. 

Mathematical Exhibitioner, Christ Church, Oxford ; afterwards 
in Manitoba ; served in N.W. Rebellion 1885 ; Supervisor of 
Music, Winnipeg Public Schools ; Organist and Choirmaster, 
Holy Trinity Church, Winnipeg ; author of " The King 
Edward " Series of Music Readers. 

Hamslade, Broadway, Winnipeg. 

* Morice, William Stewart ; born i860. Foster. 

Son of Charles Walter Morice. Mod. BI. School Prefect ; 
First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1878. 

London Stock Exchange. Frogmore House, Rickmans worth, Herts. 
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Newland, Charles F. W. 

Son of G. E. Newland, The Barracks, Tullamore, Ireland. 
Class. Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1878. 

District Inspector, Royal Irish Constabulary. 

Maresfield, near Uchfield, Sussex. 

O'Brien, Peter Henry ; born 1863. Spear. 

Son of Patrick O'Brien, Mooltan, East Indies. Class. Vlth. 
Greek Verse. Left Mids. 1879. 

Balliol College, Oxford ; Indian Civil Service 1880 ; £50 prize 
for Bengali ; /50 prize for Hindi. 

Peacock, George Arthur. Spear. 

Son of David Peacock, Tipton. BIV. — BII. House Pre- 
fect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left. 
Chr. 1879. Roebrick Lane, West Bromwich. 

Phillips, Herbert Arthur. Howard — Spear. 

Son of Charles Palmer Phillips, 19 Whitehall Place, London. 
Left Mids. 1877. 

*Pike, Sidney Wentworth ; born 1865. D°y B°V — Drao— Spear. 
Exhibitioner. Son of Dr. Thelwell Pike, St. Cuthbert's, 
Malvern. Class. Junior School — Vth. School Prefect; 
Second Eleven Football ; Paperchase Eleven ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Chr. 1883. 

London University 1884 ; Solicitor 1888 ; Assistant Solicitor, 
Corporation of Birmingham, 1891-1901. 

20 Sandown Road, Stoneygate y Leicester. 

Pilkington, George ; born 1862. Estridge. 

Son of Edmund Pilkington, Wood Bank, Bury. Mod. BV. 
— B IV. Left Chr. 1878. 

In business till 1884; Owen's. College, Manchester; Fellow of 
Inst. Chem. ; Analytical and Consulting Chemist ; late 
Public Analyst for County Borough of Bury ; retired 1902. 

263 W aimer sley Road, Bury. 

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Rowlandson, George Derville. Estiidge. 

Care of Mrs. E. Ross, Enmore Park, South Norwood. 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1878. 

^Lordship Lane, London, S.E. 

Seller, Edward Lardeo. Day Boy. 

Class. Hnd. Left Mids. 1877. 

Sheldon, Albert H. Spear. 

Mod B II.— I. House Prefect; Second Eleven Football; 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1880. 

London Matric. 1881 ; M.D. ; Assistant Medical Officer 
Exminster Lunatic Asylum. \Exminster. 

Stearns, Herbert Mason. Howard — Spear. 

Son of J. P. Stearns, 17 Westbourne Street, London, W. 

Class. Lower IVth — Upper IVth. House Eleven Football. 
Left Easter 1877. Stock Exchange, London. 

* Taylor, Pryce Thomas; born i860. Howard — Spear. 

Exhibitioner. Son of J. W. Taylor, Shelthorpe House, 
Loughborough. Class. Shell- Vlth. Senior Chapel Pre- 
fect ; First Eleven Football ; Second Eleven Cricket. Left 
Mids. 1879. 

Exeter College, Oxford ; Second Class Class. Mods. ; Third 
Class Lit. Hum. ; Assistant Master at Cranbrook School 
1885-90 ; Sixth Form Master at H udder sfield College 1891-93 ; 
Headmaster of Shaftesbury Grammar School since 1893. 

The Grammar School, Shaftesbury, Dorset, 

Way, Henry Edward Hugh ; born 1862. Estridge—Bryans. 

Son of Rev. J. H. Way, Henbury Vicarage, Bristol. 
Class. Lower IVth — Vth. Junior Chapel Prefect; First 
Eleven Football ; Second Eleven Cricket ; President of 
Athletics; President of Hare and Hounds. Left Mids. 1881. 

Farmed in Nebraska, U.S.A., for five years ; Land Agent. 

Manor House, Horspath, Oxford. 

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* White, Charles Arthur. House Scholar. School House. 

Son of Rev. John White, Grayingham Rectory, Kirton-in- 
Lindsay. Class. Upper IVth — Vth. School Prefect; 
Editor of Malvernian ; Dowdeswell Prize. Left Mids. 1878, 

Cooper's Hill, India Public Works Department, Sept. 1881 ; 
now Superintending Engineer. 

c\o Messrs. H. S. King &> Co., Pall Mall, London. 

* Wilson, Thomas Charles Herbert ; born 1862. Foster. 

West Exhibitioner. Son of Robert Wilson, Rathmines, 
Dublin. Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect ; House 
Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football ; Editor of Mal- 
vernian ; Lea Shakespeare Prize. Left Chr. 1879. 

Trinity College, Dublin, 1880 ; Exhibitioner 1880 ; Scholar 
1881 ; First Berkeley Gold Medal (Greek) 1882 ; First Vice- 
Chancellor's Gold Medal (Latin) 1882 ; First Senior Modera- 
tor (Gold Medal) 1884; called to the Irish Bar 1887; 

K. C. 1902. 

12 Hatch Street, Dublin ; 

Holmhurst, Grey stones, Co. Wicklow. 

Entries in May, 1876. 

Alleyne, William Newton. Belcher. 

Care of Sir R. B. Clarke, Eccleston Square, S.W. Class. 
Lower IHrd — Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1877. 

Planter in Barbados. 

Deakin, William Augustus ; born i860. Belcher. 

Son of Francis Deakin, Moseley. Class. Lower IVth — 
Middle IVth. Left Chr. 1877. 

Merton College, Oxford. 

Devereux, William Charles; born 1865. Estridge — Bryans. 

Modern Scholar. Son of Daniel Devereux, North House, 
Tewkesbury. Class. Ilnd— Mod. BI. Left Mids. 1882. 

King's College, London; Selwyn College, Cambridge; B.A. 
1886 (Natural Science Tripos); M.B., B.C., 1892; House 
Surgeon, General Hospital, Birmingham ; Surgeon, Tewkes- 
bury Hospital ; Captain 2nd V. B. Gloucester Regiment. 

North House, Tewkesbury. 
• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 

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Edwards, Augustus George, Rev. ; born 1863. Belcher. 

Son of Rev. John Edwards, Minety Vicarage, Malmesbury. 
Class. Lower Illrd — Vth. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1881. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge; B'.A. 1884; Third Class 
Theology; ordained 1886; Curate of Keighley 1886-8; Vicar 
of Grewelthorpe, Ripon, 1888; Rector of Norton-sub-Hamdon 
1893-1904; Curate of St. Saviour's, Croydon. 

Wharf edale Lodge, Elm wood Road, West Croydon. 

Edwards, William Rea ; brother of above. Belcher. 

Mod. B II. Left Easter 1881. 10 Eliot Vale, Blackheath, S.E. 

H baton, George. " Spear. 

Son of Harry Heaton, Harborne. Mod. BV. — Bill. Left 
Chr. 1879. 

Rancher. Pincher Creek, Alta, N.W.T., Canada. 



Jobson, William Henry Oswald Stewart ; born 1861. Belcher. 

Son of John Jobson, Derby. Class. Lower IVth — Vlth. Senior 
Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; 
President of Athletics ; President of Debating Society ; 
Dowdeswell Prize. Left Mids. 1880. 

Exhibitioner, Worcester College, Oxford ; Second Class Math. 
Mods. ; B.A. 1883 ; Solicitor. 

3 South Square, Grays Inn % London, W.C. 

Kennedy, Ernest Arthur. Foster. 

Son of General Kennedy, Cheltenham. Class. Lower Illrd. 
Left Chr. 1876. 

Lawrence, Paul Ogden ; born 1861. Estridge. 

Son of P. H. Lawrence, Carlyle Mansions, Chelsea. Class. 
Mid. IVth— Shell. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football ; 
Left Easter 1878. 
Barrister, Lincoln's Inn ; called Nov. 1882 ; Northern Circuit. 

4 New Court, Carey Street, E. C. 



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Michell, William Sloane. Drew. 

Son of Rev. W. P. Michell, Dunster, Somerset. Class. 
Upper IVth— Shell. Left Chr. 1877. 
Oxford (unattached) ; in business in London. Parents' Address. 



Michell, Bennett. Drew. 

Brother of above. Class, Lower IVth— Vth. Left Chr. 
1879. 

Farming in Canada. Pipestone Post Office, Manitoba. 

Michell, John Charles. Drew. 

Brother of above. Class. Upper Illrd. Left Mids. 1879. 

London Hospital; M.R.C.S., England, 1886; L.S.A. 1885; 
Surgeon in Royal Mail Steam Packet Company ; Admiralty 
Surgeon and Agent ; Medical Officer of Health, Lynton. 

Lynton, North Devon. 

Morice, Charles Darrah. School House. 

Son of H. H. Morice, Swansea. Mod. BV— BIV. Left 
Chr. 1877. 

Severn, James William. Estridge. 

Class. Mid. IVth. Left Easter 1879. 

Smith, Hamilton Alan. 

Son of Mrs. Smith, Muswell Hill. Left Chr. 1877. 

In an Insurance Office in London. 



Toll, Augustus Brampton ; born i860. Drew. 

Son of H. L. Toll, Manor House, Strete, Dartmouth. Mod. 
B IV.— B II. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1878. 

Afterwards sheep farming in New Zealand. 

Stokeley House, Kingsbridge, Devon. 

Turton, Christopher John. 

Son of Mrs. Turton, Malvern Left Chr. 1876. 



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Tyrrell, Walter Guy Beauchamp ; born 1861. Day Boy. 

Son of Walter Tyrrell, Claremont, Malvern. Mod. B III. — 
B I. Left Mids. 1877. 

St. Thomas' Hospital; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., London 1884; 
Senior Surgeon Malvern Rural Hospital and Dispensary. 

Claremont, Great Malvern. 

Walshe, Tudor Edward G. School House. 

Care of E. C. Rudge, Abbey Manor, Evesham. Mod. BII. 
Left Mids. 1878. 

Walshe, William Head Middlemore. School House. 

Brother of above. Mod. BIV— B II. Left Mids. 1878. 

Dead. 

#Whitfeld Arthur Lewis, Rev. ; born 1862. Foster. 

Son of George Whitfeld, Hamsey House, Lewes. Class. 
Upper IVth — Vth. House Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1878. 

Magdalen College, Oxon, ; B.A. 1885 ; Ordained 1886. 

Hugheuden Vicarage, High Wycombe. 

Yardley, John. Day Boy. 

Son of Edwin Yardley, Dudley. Class. Ilnd— Lower IVth. 
Left Mids. 1879. Died 1893. 

# Yardley, Frank; born 1864. School House. 

Brother of above. Class. Junior School — Vth. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket (captain) ; Second Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1884. 

Exeter College, Oxon. ; Hammer, Oxford v. Cambridge ; 
Assistant Master at Lancing College ; now in business. 

Prospect House, Solihull, Wat wickshire. 

Entries in September, 1876. 

* Ainslie, Francis Sawer. School House. 

Son of W. G. Ainslie, East Sheen. Class. Lower IVth — 
Shell. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1879. 

Newland Furnace, Ulverston. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Bailey, John Crawshay Arthur. Drew. 

Son of Capt. J. C. Bailey, Margate. Mod. B IV. Left 
Easter 1877. 

* Bassano, Alfred Hill ; born 1862. Drew. 

Son of W. Bassano, Haden Cross, Old Hill. Class. Illrd — 
Vth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 
1881. 

Afterwards at Leamington College; Balliol College, Oxford; 
B.A. 1886; President, Hare-and-Hounds Club; half blue; 
J. P. County of Stafford; Colliery Proprietor. 

Heuten Holme, Old Hill, Birmingham 

* Bassano, Charles Walter, Rev. ; born 1863. Drew. 

Brother of above. Class. Junior School — Vth. House 
Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1881. 

Afterwards at Leamington College ; Balliol College, Oxford ; 
Third Class Class. Mods. ; B.A. 1886 ; half-blue for Cross- 
country Running ; Ordained 1889 ; Curate of Holy Trinity, 
Cheltenham, 1888-91 ; J. P. County of Stafford 1900. 

Haden Holme, Old Hill, Birmingham. 

* Beaufort, Claude St. Lawrance Paul ; born 1863. Spear. 

Exhibitioner. Son of Rev. W. A. Beaufort, Darlington. 
Class. Illrd — Vlth. Junior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven 
Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; English Verse. Left 
Chr. 1883. 

Merton College, Oxford ; B.A. 1887 ; Assistant Master at 
Framlingham till 1892 ; since at Folkestone. 

A' ad nor Club, Folkestone. 

Berry, Richard Lewis Faithful. 

Care of Mrs. Glazebrook, Bank House, The Brook, Liver- 
pool. Class. Hnd — Illrd. Left Mids. 1879. 

* Braithwaite, Cecil; born 1862. Estridge—Bryans. 

Son of G. F. Braithwaite, Kendal. Class. Illrd - Lower I Vth. 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1879. 

Member of the firm of Foster & Braithwaite, Stock Brokers ; 
* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Deputy-Lieutenant of City of London ; Chairman of O. M. 
Society Committee. 27 Austin Friars, E.C.; 

Effingham Lodge, Surrey, 

Bush, Philip Wathen ; born i860. Estridge. 

Son of H. Bush, Old Manor House, Keynsham. Mod. B II. — 
B I. Left Chr. 1877. 
Solicitor. St. Ringers, Keynsham, near Bristol, 

Cooke, Robert Herbert Michael, Rev. ; born 1864. Drew — Graham. 
Foundation Scholar. Son of Rev. R. H. Cooke, Healaugh 
Vicarage, Tadcaster. Class. Middle IVth— Vlth. School 
Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; 
Dowdeswell Exhibition. Left Easter 1883. 
Scholar of Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1886 (Senior 
Optime) ; ordained 1887; Curate of St. Giles', Camberwell, 
1887-94 ; West Hartlepool 1 894-1900 ; Healaugh 1900. 

Healaugh Vicarage, Tadcaster. 

* Creery, John ; born 1859. Belcher. 

Son of Leslie Creery, Ashford. Class. Middle IVth. Left 
Chr. 1877. 

Solicitor. Ashford, Kent. 

Daniel, Charles Cecil, Major ; born 1862. Spear. 

Son of Colonel S. Daniel, Lee, S.E. Class. Lower IVth — 

Upper IVth. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Chr. 1880. 

Lieutenant 1st Royal Scots 1883 ; Bechu an aland Expedition 
1884-5 ; Operations in Zululand 1888 ; Regimental Instructor 
in Musketry ; Captain 1893 ; Major 1901 ; served in South 
African War 1899-190 1 ; Governor of Military Prison, Dover. 

Dickinson, Alfred. Howard- Spear, 

Son of Mrs. Dickinson, Ormskirk. Mod. BIV — Bill. Left 
Mids. 1877. 

Evans, Arthur William. Howard. 

Son of Mrs. W. D. Evans, Wimbledon, S.W. Class. Lower 
IVth. Left Chr. 1878. 

R. M. A., Woolwich. Dead. 

•* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Faber, Charles Louis. School House. 

Son of C. W. Faber. Class. Upper IVth. Left Easter 
1879. 

Brewer. Wareham, Dorset. 

FitzPatrick, William John. Estridge. 

Son of Dr. FitzPatrick, Hazel Mount, Liverpool. Class. 
Lower IVth— Middle IVth. House Eleven Cricket. Left 
Mids. 1878. 

Jesus College, Cambridge. 

Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon, U.S.A. 

Flood, William Compton Hanford. Drew. 

Son of W. H. Flood, Woollas Hall, Pershore. Mod. Bill. 
Left Chr. 1878. 

Fraser, Edward William. Howard— Spear ; 

Son of James Fraser, The Grange, Beckenham. Left Easter 
1878. 

Farmed in Natal ; Madras Police ; was in business at Cocanada, 
S. India. Died 1889. 

Hall, Frank. 

Son of Mrs. Hall, Birmingham. Left Mids. 1879 

Hanson, Ernest Plummer. Estridge — Bryans. 

Son of J. O. Hanson, Hamstalls, Tunbridge Wells. Class. 
Middle IVth— Shell. Left Mids. 1879. 

Heisch, Percy Frederick. 

Son of P. F. Heisch, 95 Bishopsgate Street, London. Mod. 
BV. Left Mids. 1877. 

Hobson, Wilfred; born 1863. Belcher. 

Son of John Hobson, Tapton Elms, Sheffield. Mod. BIV. 
Left Easter 1878. 

Mechanical Engineer. 80 Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C. 

Hooper, Godfrey ; born 1864. Estridge. 

Son of J. K. Hooper, Tooting. Class. Lower IVth. Left 
Chr. 1877. 

Afterwards at King's College School. 

f Winston, Mite ham Lane, St re at ham, London, S. W. 

t Last address known to Editor. 



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Hooper, Frank Loxley. Estridge. 

Brother of above. Left Mids. 1877. 

Now at Singapore. 

Knowles, Benjamin Wright, Drrat. 

Son of John Knowles, Bradford. Mod. B II. House Prefect. 
Left Mids. 1878. 

Leach, Henry Scott. Drew. 

Son of Hugh Leach, Corston, Toronto, Canada. Mod. 
B IV— II. Left Mids. 1879. 

*Lemarchand, Frederick Payne; born i862. Belcher. 

Exhibitioner. Son of F. W. Lemarchand, Instow, N. Devon. 
Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football (captain). Left Chr. 1880. 
Queen's College, Oxford; B.A. 1885; Hammer, Oxford v. 
Cambridge, 1882-3-4; House Master at Sedbergh School, 
Yorks. 

* Page, Alfred James. School House. 

Care of Charles Wells, Tettenhall. Class. Upper IVth. 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1879. 
Banking. 22 Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton. 

Rollo, James A. ; born i860. Belcher, 

Son of Hon. John Rollo. Mod. Bill.— B I. School Pre- 
fect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left 
Mids. 1878. County Club, Perth. 

Venner, Robert Francis. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Venner, Upper Norwood. Mod. Bill.— B I. 
Left Mids. 1878. 

* Watson, Alfred William Brown, Rev.; born i860. Howard- 

Spear. Son of R. B. Watson. Class. Upper IVth— Vth. 
School Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1879. 
St. John's College, Oxford ; Casberd Exhibitioner 1883 ; B.A., 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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First Class Theol., 1883 ; ordained 1883 ; Warden of Gordon 
College, Cairo, 1886 ; Chaplain to H. M. Forces 1888 ; 
Dongola Expedition 1896 (mentioned in Despatches, two 
Medals and two Clasps) ; Khartoum Expedition 1898, as 
Senior Chaplain (twice mentioned in Despatches) ; Principal 
Chaplain to the Forces, South African Field Force, 1900-02 
(mentioned in Despatches, two Medals and four Clasps) ; 
Specially promoted in the list of Coronation Honours 1902. 

Army Headquarters, South Africa. 

Webster, Arthur Templer. School House. 

Care of G. B. Richardson, 13 Pall Mall, S.W. Class. 
Mid. IVth. House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1879. 

Wood, William Reginald ; born 1864. Spear. 

Son of H. G. Wood, Tetbury. Class. Upper IVth— Vth. 
House Prefect. Left Mids. 1880. 

Solicitor. Kirkdale, Lenham Road, Lee, S.E. 



Entries in January, 1877. 

Barrinqton, Cecil Vivian ; born 1865. Spear. 

Son of Charles Barrington, 202 Great Britain Street, Dublin. 
Class. Junior School — Hlrd. Left Chr. 1878. 

Afterwards at Repton ; Trinity College, Cambridge, 1884 ; 
B.A. and LL.B. (First Class Law Tripos), 1887; called to 
the Bar, Inner Temple, 1891. 1 Hare Court % E.G. ; 

Maryville, Cash el, Ireland. 

Boodle, Charles Edward. Spear. 

Son of Robert Hockin Boodle, Chilhampton, Wilts. Class. 
Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1878. 

St. John's College, Oxford, 1881. 

Brown, Albert John Mules ; born 1865. Day Boy. 

Son of Albert Brown, Old Bank, Malvern. Class. Junior 
School— Vlth. School Prefect. Left 1884. 

Royal College of Music 1884-7 ; now Vocalist and Professor of 
Singing. 51 Essendine Road, London, W. 



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Buck, Herbert Wilson ; born 1863. Minor Scholar. Drew. 

Son of Albert Buck, Worcester. Class. Illrd—Vth. School 
Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; Second Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 188 1. 

Land Agent ; Fellow of Surveyors' Institution. 

The Stalls, Worcester. 

Campbell, Charles Stuart. ' Foster. 

Son of Patrick Campbell, Streatham, S.W. Mod. BII. 
House Prefect ; House Eleven Football ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1880. 

Went to Ceylon. 

Childe, Ernest Freeman. School House. 

Son of Rev. Arthur Childe, Bromyard. Class. Lower IVth. 
Left Easter 1881. 

Died May 1891. 

Evelyn, Edward Clement. School House. 

Son of E. Evelyn, Presteign. Class. Lower IVth — Shell. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket (captain) ; First Eleven 
Football . Left Mids. 1881 . 

Solicitor; Secretary O. M. Club till 1894 ; played Association 
Football for Wales ; now farming. \Buxted % Sussex. 

Fitz-Herbert, Anthony Francis. School House. 

Son of Lieut. -Colonel R. H. Fitz-Herbert, Somerset House, 
Derby. Mod. B IV— BII. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1879. 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 

Hughes, Harold White. School House. 

Son of H. B. Hughes, of Australia. Mod. Bill. Left Chr. 
1878. c/o J. B. Hughes, Liscard, Cheshire. 

Johnson, Trevor Griffiths. School House. 

Son of Rev. Wm. Johnson, Pwllheli. Class. Shell— Vlth. 
School Prefect ; Editor of Malvertiian ; West Exhibition ; 
Latin Prose ; Greek Verse. Left Easter 1881. 

f Last address known to Editor. 

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* Kershaw, Noel Thomas. Estridge— Bryan s. 

Son of Rev. George Kershaw, Boughton Vicarage, Newark. 
Class. Illrd— Vlth. Junior Chapel Prefect ; English Essay ; 
French Prize. Left Mids. 1883. 

Home Civil Service ; formerly in Post Office ; now Secretary 
Local Government Board. Ingress Cliff, Greenhithe, Kent. 



Lucy, Charles Arthur. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Lucy, Stratford-on-Avon. Mod. BII. House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1879. Died 1880. 



Moore, Clement Henry Smiles; born 1862. Exhibitioner. Spear. 
Son of Charles William Moore, Avonside, Tewkesbury. 
Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; English Verse ; Left Chr. 
1880. 

London University; called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 1884. 
Died August 10, 1904. 



Morris, Alexander Henry. School House. 

Mod. B IV.— B II. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1878. 



Newnham, Charles Edward ; born 1863. Estrvlge—Bryans. 

Son of W. H. Newnham, Moston, Weybridge, Surrey. 
Class. Lower IVth — Vth. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket ; House Eleven Football ; Senior Gymnasium. Left 
Easter 1881. 

Solicitor. 19 Eastchtap, London, E.C. 

Oakley, Frank Page. Belcher. 

Son of Dean Oakley, Manchester. Class. Lower IVth — 
Mod. BI. Junior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven Football; 
First Eleven Cricket ; Chance Exhibition. Left Chr. 1880. 

Architect. Brook House, Kelsall % near Chester. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Paul, Gerald Digby. Foster. 

Son of Rev. G. W. Paul, Finedon Vicarage, Wellingboro'. 
Class. Ilnd— Mod. Bill. Left Chr. 1880. 

In Ordnance Store Corps in Egypt. 

Finedon Vicarage, Wellingboro\ Huntingdon. 

Rea, James Thomas Robert, Rev ; born 1863. Belcher. 

Son of Thomas Rea. Class. Ilnd — Upper IVth. Left 
Chr. 1879. 

St. John's College, Oxford; B.A. 1886 (Third Class Theol.) ; 
Ordained 1887 ; Curate of Belbroughton, Worcestershire, 
1887-89; Priest-in -charge of St. Barnabas', Bourda, George- 
town ; now Rector of the Islands of Leguan and Wakenaam, 
British Guiana. Georgetown, B. Guiana. 

Rooper, Edward Plumer. School House. 

Son of Rev. P. P. Rooper, Abbot's Ripton Rectory. Mod. B V. 
— BIV. Left Easter 1879, 

Abbot's Ripton Rectory, Huntingdon. 

Shaw, George Radcliffe. School House. 

Son of Thomas Shaw, Saddleworth, Yorks. Class. Lower 
IVth— Shell. Left Easter 1880. 

Queen's College, Oxford. 

Smith, Cecil. 

Son of Rev. Thomas Smith, Weston-super-Mare. Left Chr. 

1877. 

Thomas, Arthur Drew ; born 1863. Drew. 

Son of Henry Drew Thomas, Staplake Mount, Starcross, 
Devon. Class. Junior School — Upper IVth. House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1881. 

Engineer; M.I.C.E. ; now in Venezuela. Parent's Address. 

Thornhill, Reginald ; born 186 1. House Scholar. Foster. 

Son of H. J. Thornhill, 14 Addison Gardens, W. Class. 
Vth — Vlth. Junior Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket 
(captain); First Eleven Football; President of Debating 
Society ; Dowdeswell Prize. Left Mids. 1880. 

Elected to Johnson Scholarship, Sidney Sussex College, Cam- 
bridge, but never resided. Chiles Bank, Temple Bar, London. 



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Webb- Ware, George James. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Webb -Ware, Cheltenham. Class. Shell. 
School Prefect. Left Mids. 1880. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; Half-Blue for Weight. 



Williams, Frederick Edward Sanctuary. 

Son of Frederick Williams, Watermouth Castle, Ilfracombe. 
Left Chr. 1878. Dead. 



Winch, Henry. Drew. 

Son of Henry Winch, 100 Buckingham Palace Road, London. 
Class. IHrd— Shell. Left Easter 1880. 



Woods, Thomas Hard wick. Estridge — Bryan s. 

Son of Thomas Woods, Cardiff. Mod. B V. — B III. House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1880. 

Blundfston Hall, Lowestoft. 

Yates, William Addison; born 1862. School House. 

Son of Samuel Yates, Eccleshall. Mod. Bill. — I. House 
Prefect ; Second Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1879. 

Wine Merchant. 



Entries in May, 1877. 

# Abbott, Frederick John; born 1863. Belcher. 

Mod. BIV— BII. House Prefect; First Eleven Football; 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1880. 
In P. & O. S. N. Company's Office, Yokohama, since 1886. 

Bird, Frederick Ernest. 

Son of F. W. Bird, 5 Queen's Terrace, Windsor. Mod. B II. 
Left Mids. 1879. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Bull, Henry Foyster, Rev. ; born 1863. School House. 

Son of Rev. H. D. E. Bull, Borley Rectory, Essex. Class. 
Lower IVth— Vth. Left Mids. 1880. 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1881 ; B.A. 1885 ; ordained 1886, to 
South Shields ; Curate of Chippenham 1889; Borley 1890-2; 
Rector of Borley 1892. Borley Rectory, Sudbury, Suffolk. 

Clarkson, Herbert Green. Belcher. 

Son of William Clarkson, Bootle. Class. Ilnd— Mod. Bill. 
House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1881. 

Clare College, Cambridge, 1884. Dead. 

Croker, Richard Bland. Belcher. 

Care of R. H. Bland, Lisburn. Class. Lower IVth — Upper 
IVth. House Prefect. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 
1880. 

Jesus College, Cambridge. 

Fitzherbert, Hubert ; born 1862. School House. 

Son of Thomas Fitzherbert, Black Castle, Navan, Ireland. 
Mod. BII. Left Mids. 1877. 

Died 1888. 

Forester, Egerton. Estridgi. 

Son of W. H. Forester, Sketty Park, Swansea. Mod. B V.~ 
BIV. Left Mids. 1878. Sketty Patk, Swansea. 

* Greenwood, Doctor Haydock ; born i860. Belcher. 

Son of Richard Greenwood, Blackburn. Mod. BIV. — BII. 
House Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. 
Left Chr. 1878. 

Played Association Football for England v. Scotland, and 
Eugland v. Ireland 188 1-2. 

Dune House, Blunddl sands, near Liverpool. 
* Member of Old Malvern i an Society. 



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Hall, Joseph Carl August ; born 1862. Foster. 

Son of J.' Hall, Swansea. Mod. BIV. — BI. House 
Eleven Cricket. Left 1879. 

Civil and Mining Engineer in England, Portugal, and South 
Africa ; Engineer in charge of Railway Surveys under Natal 
Government. Engineer s Office, Durban, Natal, South Africa. 

Hall, John. 

Son of R. Hall, Thirlston Grove, Derby. Left Chr. 1878. 
Dead. 



Hawkins, Charles Edward Warwick. School House. 

Son of Charles Henry Hawkins, Maitlands, Colchester. 
Class. Lower IVth — Upper IVth. School Prefect. House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1880. 

Qualified as a Solicitor, but not in practice. 

Old House, Great Horkesley t Colchester. 

Hicks, Charles Herbert, Captain. School House. 

BIV. — I. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1879. 

Captain 2nd Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers ; fought in the 
South African War 1899, and was killed in action at Spion 
Kop. 

Horniblow, Frederick, Colonel ; born 1862. School House. 

Son of George Horniblow, 72nd Highlanders. Class. 
Lower IVth— Mod. II. Left Easter 1879. 
Oxford Military College ; Lieutenant Gloucester Regiment 1887 > 
Captain Army Service Corps 1889 ; Adjutant at Aldershot 
1893. Dover. 



Leach, Albert George Valley. Drew. 

Mod. B IV. Left Chr. 1878. 



Leach, Charles John. Drew. 

Brother of above. Mod. B V. Left Easter 1879. 



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Lysons, William Lorenso George ; born 1863. School House. 

Son of Major Lorenso George Lysons, Hempstead Court, 
Gloucester. Class. Ilnd— Middle IVth. Left Chr. 1880. 

904 South 4th Street* Mankato, Minnesota , U.S.A. 

Moore, Robert Ernest. Estridge. 

Son of W. B. Moore, Hampstead. Class. Upper IVth — 
Vlth. Left Easter 1881. 

Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Peele, Richard de Courcy ; born 1862. School House. 

Son of R. de C. Peele, Ludlow. Mod. Bill.— B II. House 
Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1879. 

Solicitor. The Church House, Ash ford, near Ludlow. 

Peters, Joseph S til well. 

Son of Mrs. Peters, Rede Court House, Rochester. Mod. 
BIV— BII. Left Easter 1881. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1882. 

Shirreff, Alexander George ; born 1864. School House. 

Son of George William Shirreff, Netley, near Southampton. 
Mod. BV— BI. School Prefect; First Eleven Football ; 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1883. 

Was on Stock Exchange. Died May 30th, 1905. 



Smith, Henry Clifford. Day Boy. 

Son of W. Penn Smith, Liverpool. Left Chr. 1878. 



Smith, Francis John. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Left Chr. 1878. 



Studley, John Tatchell ; born 1863. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Studley, Heavitree, Exeter. Class Lower IVth — 
Mod, B II. Left Mids, 1881, Wellington Club, London, S. W. 



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Walton, Herbert Henry Bishop ; born 1863. Spear. 

Son of Rev. Henry Bishop Walton, Oxford. Class. Middle 
IVth— Vlth. Left Easter 1881. 
New College, Oxford ; 1st Class Classical Mods. ; 1st Class 
Lit. Hum. ; B.A. 1885 ; 1st Class Hist. 1886. 

Williams, Hugh George B. Belcher. 

Mod. BI. First Eleven Football; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Chr. 1880. 

Jesus College, Cambridge ; now in New Zealand. 

Wilmot, Richard Hurt, Rev ; born 1864. School House. 

Son of E. Wilmot, Edge Hill, Derby. Class. Illrd— Vth. 
Left Chr. 1882. 

Merton College, Oxford ; B.A. 1887 ; ordained 1888 ; Curate of 
Poulton. Poulton Vicarage, Fair ford. 



Entries in September, 1877. 

Barnes, Frederick William ; born 1862. Spear. 

Son of William Barnes, Waterloo, Liverpool. Mod. BIV. — 
B III. Second Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. 
Left Easter 1879. 

Colliery Proprietor. 

Beard, Charles Ernest. Foster. 

Son of T. E. Beard, St. Michael's, Lewes. Mod. B IV. 
Second Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1879. 

Benthall, Henry Everett. Day Boy. 

Son of W. H. Benthall. Class. Ilnd. Left Chr. 1878. 

Bowen, Gerard Christopher, Captain ; born 1864. Estridge — Bryans. 
Son of Major-General Bowen, Tenby. Mod. BV.- Bill. 
Left Easter 1880. 

xst Batt. The Royal Munster Fusiliers 1885 ; Captain 1893 > 
Served in South African War with Mounted Infantry 1899- 
1902, was mentioned in despatches and received D.S.O. 

Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 



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Briant, Frederick. Estritfge. 

Son of W. H. Briant, 286 Camden Road, London. Class. 
Illrd. Left Chr. 1877. 

Brooke, William Montague. Estridgc—Bryaus. 

Son of Rev. H. E. Brooke, Dovercourt. Mod. B IV.— BI, 
Left Chr. 1879. 

Brooks, Gerard Lake. Spear. 

Son of G. L. Brooks, N. Kensington. Class. Middle IVth— 
Upper IVth. House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1878. 

Brooks, Warwick Popham. Spear. 

Brother of above. Class. Middle IVth — Vth. House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Easter 1880. 

Coke, Francis Sacheverell. Foster. 

Son of Rev. G. F. Coke, Titley, Hereford. Lower IVth— 

Mod. BI. House Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; First 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1880. Dead. 

D'Angibau, William. Belcher. 

Son of W. D'Angibau, 10 Cavendish Place, Bath. Class. 
Middle IVth -Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1879. 
Solicitor. Boscombe, Bournemouth. 

Evans, William Thomas Prosser ; born 1862. Spear. 

Son of W. Evans, Sorrento, Hampton Park, Hereford. 
Class. Illrd— IVth. Left Mids. 1878. 

St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 

42 King's Road, Finsbury Park, London, N 

Evans, Alfred E. B. Hin. Belcher. 

Son of Mrs. Evans, Roath. Left Chr. 1879. 

Faber, Frank Stanley. School //cuse. 

Son of Henry Grey Faber, Stockton. Left Mids. T882. 

Fisher, Hugh Seymour Charles Scott. School House, 

Class. Illrd. Left Mids. 1880. 



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Hickman, Victor Emmanuel; born 1863. Belcher. 

Son of Sir Alfred Hickman, Bart., Wolverhampton. Mod. 
B IV. Left Chr. 1877. 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge; B.A. 1884; Ironmaster. 

Penn Court, near Wolverhampton. 

Hornung, Charles; born 1864. School House. 

Son of J. P. Hornung, Middlesborough. Class. Lower IVth — 
Shell. House Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1881. 

Engineer. Middlesboiough. 

Hulton, George Bowes. Spear. 

Son of G. A. Hulton, Leamington. Class. Hnd. Left Mids. 
1878. 

Lucy, Ernest Edward ; born 1861. Spear. 

Son of E. Lucy, Sidbury House, Worcester. Mod. Bill. 
House Eleven Football. Left Chr 1878. 

Mechanical Engineer ; Manager of G. W. R. Locomotive 
Works, Wolverhampton. 7 Oaks Crescent, Wolverhampton. 

Marden, Owen Westall. Day Boy. 

Son of Thomas Marden, Malvern. Left Easter 1879. 

Marden, Thomas Owen. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Left Easter 1879. 

Middleton (formerly Middleton-Wake), Cuthbert Dallas; born 
1864. Ihlcher—Mackie. Son of Rev. C. H. Middleton- 
Wake. Class. Junior School — Shell. House Prefect. Left 
Chr. 1 88 1. c\o Lloyds Bank, Leeds. 

Millard, Percy Claude. Foster % 

Son of C. P. Millard. Putney Hill. Class, lllrd— Mod. BII. 
House Prefect. First Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1880. 

1 Bent ley Villas, Putney Common* S. W. 



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Nott, Frederick Richard Harding ; born 1864. DreUo. 

Son of Rev. Richard Nott, Barnstaple. Class. Upper IVth. 

Second Eleven Football; House Eleven Cricket. Left 

Mids. 1 881. 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1883. Ton/awn, Swymbridge, Barnstaple. 

Robinson, James Benjamin. Belcher. 

Mod. B IV. Left Chr. 1878. 

Rooper, Charles Frederick; born 1861. Estridge—Bryans. 

Son of Colonel F. J. Rooper, Austin Friars, Huntingdon. 
Mod. Bill.— B II. School Prefect ; House Eleven Football 
and Cricket. Left Mids. 1879. 

Journalist in America. 

21 West 2yd Street t New York, U.S. A. 

Ross, Arthur William Patrick. Bryans. 

Son of Patrick Ross, Waterloo. Left Chr. 1877. 

Stone y, Francis Shirley, Rev. 

Son of Rev. R. B. Stoney, Holy Trinity Vicarage, Killiney, 
Co. Dublin. Class. IHrd. Left Chr. 1877. 

St. John's College, Oxford; ordained 1886; Vicar of Waltham 
Cross 1897-1903 ; Coggeshall 1903. The Vicarage, Coggeshall, 

Stoney, William. 

Brother of above. Class. Hnd. Left Chr. 1877. 

Story, Edward Joseph ; born 1862. Estridge. 

Son of Joseph Story, Bing field, Crossdoney, Co. Cavan. 
Mod. BIV. Left Mids. 1878. 

Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester ; 23rd Welsh Regiment 
(Mil.) ; afterwards joined Methuen's Horse, and died in 
service, of enteric fever, at Setagoli, South Africa, April 8th, 
1885. 

Wade, Philip Harold. Estridge—Bryans. 

Son of R. B. Wade, 13 Seymour Street, London, W. Mod. 
BII — BI. House Prefect; House Eleven Cricket. Left 
Mids. 1879. 



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Watson, Frederic Byers ; born 1864. School House. 

Son of George Metcalfe Watson, Stockton-on-Tees. Class. 
Junior School— Shell. House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 
1883. 

Solicitor. Maltby House, Stockton-on- Tees. 

Williams, John Traherne; born 1863. Drew. 

Son of Rev. John Williams, Widecombe Vicarage, Ashburton, 
Devon. Left Easter 1879. 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. ; Medical Officer in charge of the Delton 
Tryan Plantation, N. Queensland, where he died of sunstroke 
in 1889. 

de Winton, Henry Peel ; born 1863. Foster. 

Son of Capt. de Winton, Wallsworth Hall, near Gloucester. 
Class. Junior School — Shell. House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Chr. 1881. 

Farmer. Wallsworth Hall, near Gloucester. 

Young, George Avery. Belcher — Mackie. 

Son of C. O. Young, Windermere Villa, Cardiff. First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; Racquet Pair. Left Mids. 
1883. 

Welsh International, Rugby Football. Died Jan. 21st, 1900. 



Entries in January, 1878. 

Agg, Arthur William. School House. 

Son of Colonel William Agg, The Hewletts, Cheltenham. 
Class Illrd— Mod. B II. Left Chr. 1881. 

Atlay, E. Wilfrid ; born 1866. School House. 

Son of the late Bishop of Hereford. Class. Hnd — Middle 
IVth. Left Chr. 1881. 

Oxford Military College 1882 ; now a member of the London 
Stock Exchange. 

9 Montpelier Crescent, Brighton. 

Baker, Wildman. Spear. 

Son of G, Baker, Clifton. Class. Jlnd. Left Chr. 1878. 



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* Bell, Otto Joseph ; born 1867. Esfridge—Bryans. 

Son of Alfred Bell, Bayford House, Hampstead. Class. 
Junior School —Shell. House Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1885. 

King's College, London, Engineering Department ; was with 
St. James' and Pall Mall Electric Light Company ; now with 
Messrs. Hughes and Lancaster, Engineers, Ruabon ; Capt. 
1 st V. B. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

Penybryn Hall, Ruabon, N. Wales, 

Benwell, John Oliver ; born 1865. Estridge — Bryans. 

Son of John P. Benwell, 30 Dartmouth Row, Blackheath. 
Class. Lower IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; First Eleven 
Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; Paperchase XI. Left 
Easter 1882. 

Formerly in the Bank of N. America ; now wholesale Wine 
Merchant at Vancouver, B.C. Vancouver, B.C, 

* Bhutan, Reginald; born 1865. House Scholar. Drew. 

Son of Rev. C. Brittan, Darley Abbey Vicarage, Derby. 
Class. IHrd — Upper IVth. House Eleven Cricket and Foot- 
ball. Left Chr. 1880. 

1st Batt. Sherwood Foresters 1885 ; Captain 1892 ; Superinten- 
dent of Gymnasia, Eastern District ; Adjutant 4th Batt. 
Sherwood Foresters 1895 ; Major 1902 ; served in South 
African War 1900- 1, and received D.S.O. 

Hafodreddyn, Llandilo, S. Wales. 

Bruce, Francis Villiers. School House. 

Son of L. K. Bruce, Manor House, St. Nicholas, Cardiff. 
Mod. B IV.— B I. Left Chr. 1881. 

*Brutton, Robert Hall; born 1862. Exhibitioner. Drew. 

Son of Joseph Brutton, Eastbourne. Class. Upper IVth — 
Shell. School Prefect; Second Eleven Cricket; House 
Eleven Football. Left July 1881. 
Wine and Spirit Merchant ; Capt. 2nd V. B. Somerset Light 
Infantry. 7 Princes Street, Yeovil. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society.' 



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Castle,- Arthur. Spar. 

Son of R. Castle, Fair Acres, Iffley. Class. Lower IVtb — 
Vth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Easter 1881. 



Dennett, Frederick ; born 1863. Drew. 

Son of Rev. Richard Dennett, Alphington, Exeter. Class. 
Shell— Vlth. School Prefect; House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 188 1. 

Went to Canada 1885; Dakota, U.S.A., 1887; Newspaper 
Editor 1888-91 ; Member of Legislature, N. Dakota, 1891, 
and Private Secretary to Hon. H. C. Hansbrough ; Clerk 
U.S. Senate Committee on Public Lands; LL.M. Columbian 
University 1895; admitted to the Bar 1896; J.D., Catholic 
University of the United States, 1904. 

Seattle, Washington State, U S.A. 



Dyke, Thomas John Meredith. 




Belcher. 


Son of Mrs. Dyke, Cardiff. 


Mod. B IV— Bill. 


Left Chr. 


1879. 







Eastwood, Charles Edmund; born 1863. School House. 

Son of Rev. J. Eastwood, Hanley. Class. IHrd— Middle 
IVth. Left Mids. 1880. 

Magdalene College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1888. Malvern Wells. 



Ehrke, Frank ; born 1868. Estridge—Day Boy. 

Son of Julius Ehrke, Malvern. Class. Junior School — Shell. 
School Prefect. Left Chr. 1885. 

Studied Medicine at Edinburgh University ; M.B., CM., 1892 ; 
M D. 1895, with First Class Honours and Gold Medal. 

The Manor House, Kempsey, Worcester. 

Frampton, Richard Edward Ernest, Rev. ; born 1864. Spear. 

House Scholar. Son of Rev. R. G. Frampton, Winshill 
Vicarage, Burton-on-Trent. Class. Shell — Vlth. School 



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Prefect ; House Eleven Football ; Editor of Malvernian ; 
Latin Verse ; Greek Verse ; Greek Prose. Left Mids. 1883. 

Class. Scholar, Brasenose College, Oxford; First Class 
Classical .Mods. ; Third Class Lit. Hum. ; B.A. 1887; School- 
master, Harrison College, Barbados, West Indies, 1892-7; 
Private Tutor at Carrington's, Milford-on-Sea, Hants, 
1897-1903 ; ordained 1903 ; Curate of Winshill. 

St. Mark's Ledge, Winshill, Burton -on-Trent. 

Griffiths, Robert John Gerald. Belcher. 

Son of Robert Griffiths, Staffoid. Class. Middle IVth— 
Upper IVth. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1880. 

Jesus College, Cambridge. 29 Milton Park, Highgate, N. 

Harrison, Robert Henry. Spear. 

Son of W. W. Harrison, Dronfield, Sheffield. House Eleven 
Cricket. Mod. B IV— BII. Left Chr. 1879. 

* Healing, Francis Kingsbury ; born 1863. Foster. 

Son of W. G. Healing, Oldfield, Tewkesbury. Mod. B IV.— 
BI. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; House Eleven 
Football. Left Chr. 1880. Feme Grove, Tewkesbury. 

* Healing, Samuel Charles ; born 1864. Foster. 

Brother of above. Mod. B V. — B I. Second Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1882. 

In business. Feme Grove, Tewkesbury. 

* Hill, Henry Leonard Gauntlet. Estridge — Bryans. 

Son of Rev. N. F. Hill, Lansdowne, Cheltenham. Mod. B IV. 
— B I. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Chr. 1881. 

Architect. Weeke, Winchester. 

Jones, Arthur. Belcher. 

Son of G. W. Jones, Rosslyn House, Newport. Left Chr. 
1881. Dead. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society, 



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Joseland, Charles ; born i860. House Scholar. D»eiv 

Son of John Joseland, Whittington. Worcester. Class Shell 
— Vth. School Prefect. Lelt Mids. 1879. 

Auctioneer, Land Agent and Surveyor; F.S.I , F.A.T. 

Parkfield, Cheston Road, Kidderminster. 

Kimpster, John Wilson. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Kimpster, Howden Dene, Corbridge-on-Tyne. 
Mod. B V.— B I. Left Chr. 1881 . Tynemouth. 

Louch, Herbert Quekett. Foster. 

Son of John Louch, Langport. Class. Lower I Vth— Mod. 
BI. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1880. 

Solicitor. Langport, Someiset. 

Mence, Oscar Tolley ; born 1865. Est ridge — Btyans. 

Son of Martin Mence, Northwick Hall, Worcester. Mod. 
B IV.-B II. Left Chr. 1880. 

Capt. 3rd Batt. Worcestershire Regt. (Mil.) 

Forthampton House, near Tewkesbury. 

# Milward, Laurence Sidney ; born 1865. Drew — Graham — Bayfield. 
Scholar. Son of J. F. Milward, Redditch. Mod. BIV.^- 
B I. ; Class. Shell— Vlth. Senior Chapel Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; Paperchase XI. ; 
President of Debating Society ; Lieut, in Corps. ; Chance 
and Dowdeswell Prizes. Left Mids. 1884. 

Math. Scholar, Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1884; B.A. 1887 
(nth Wrangler) ; Second Class Science Tripos, Part II., 1888 ; 
Assistant Master at Sherborne 1888-90 ; at Malvern College 
since 1891. Stoberry, Malvern. 

Moore, John Hugh Chester. House Scholar. Estiidge—Bryans. 
Son of Major J. L. Moore, Park Street, Taunton. Class. 
Shell— Vlth. Junior Chapel Prefect ; Second Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Easter 1882. 

Class. Scholar, Peterhouse, Cambridge. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
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Morgan, Conway J. ; born 1863. Esiridge. 

Son of John Morgan, Forebridge, Stafford. House Eleven 
Football and Cricket. Left Chr. 1879. Qwnsville, Stafford. 

Musson, Samuel Peter. Belcher. 

Son of S. J. Musson, Kinnaird House, Upper Norwood. 
Mod. B III.— B I. Left Mids. 1880. 
Went to Demerara. 

Newton, William. Spear. 

Son of G. J. Newton, 16 Winton Terrace, Stoke-on-Trent. 
Mod. B V. Left Chr. 1878. 

Perry, Alfred William. Esiridge— Bryans. 

Son of W. J. Perry, Black Rock, Co. Dublin. Left Easter 
1879. 

Powell, James John ; born 1864. Spear. 

Son of William Powell, Maesyddewen, Hirwain, S. Wales. 
Class. Hlrd —Shell. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football 
(captain) ; Second Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1881. 

Clare College, Cambridge; St. Thomas' Hospital; M.B., B.C. 
(Cambridge), 1895; L.S.A. 1892. Highworth, Wilts. 

Russell, James Savery. Day Boy. 

Son of James Russell, Newland Grange. Mod. BV. Left 
Chr. 1878. Pixham House, Callow, Worcester. 

Turner, B. Charles Sheldon. School House. 

Son of B. Thomas Turner, Hopton Court, Worcester. 
Left Easter 1880. 

Fruit Grower. Coldstream Ranch, Vernon, B.C. 

Turner, Ernest Williams. School House. 

Brother of above. Class. Hlrd. Left Easter 1879. 

Vassar-Smith, Richard Vassar ; born 1S67. Foster. 

Son of R. V. Vassar-Smith, Charlton Park, Charlton Kings. 
Army Class. Left Easter 1882. 

R. M. A, Woolwich; Lieutenant Royal Artillery 1887. Died 
at Capetown 1899.- 



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Watkins, Charles Mostyn Francis, Capt. ; born 1867. Drew. 

Exhibitioner. Son of Rev. Charles Watkins, Combe Park, 
Bath. Class, lllrd— Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1881. 

Afterwards at Honiton School; R. M.A., Woolwich, 1885; 
Capt. R. E. 1897. Hong Kong. 

Entries in May, 1878. 

Aldridge, John Wheeler ; born 1865. School House t 

Son of Rev. Prebendary W. W. Aldridge, R.D., Lewinsae, 
Weston-super-Mare. Class. Junior School — Shell. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; 
Paperchase XI. Left Chr. 1884. 

Wadham College, Oxford; B A. 1890; served in South African 
War 1899; Capt. 3rd Batt. Welsh Regt. Parent's Address. 

Bachelor, Philip Henry Wilson. Day Boy. 

Son of J Bachelor, Old Bank, Malvern Wells. Class. Hnd. 
Left Chr. 1878. 

Blakeway, Philip John Thomas, Rev. ; born 1865. Foster. 

Son of P. E. Blakeway, Hampstead. Left 1878. 

Magdalen College, Oxford, 1883 ; B.A. 1891 ; ordained 1891 ; 
Curate of St. Luke's, Camberwell, 1891-93; Hon. Chaplain 
Middlesex Imperial Yeomanry, and to The Right Hon. The 
Earl of Lathom. All Saints Rectory, Hastings. 

Brittain, Thomas Arthur. School House. 

Son of T. Brittain, Stoke-on-Trent. Left Mids. 1878. 

Cousen, Charles. Estridge — Bryans. 

Son of C. Cousen, The Brooks, Abergavenny. Class. 
Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1879. 

D'Angibau, Edward. Belcher. 

Son of W. D'Angibau, 10 Cavendish Place, Bath. Class. 

Mid. IVth— Vth. School Prefect. Left Chr. 1882. 

f Weston-super-Mare. 

t Last address known to Editor. 



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*Gale, Charles William, Capt. ; born 1866. Brians. 

Junior School—Mod. I. Second Eleven Cricket ; House 
Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1883. 

Lieut. Yorks. Regt. 1886; Adjutant 3rd Batt. York and 
Lancaster Regt. 1897 ; retired 1899. 

Junior United Service Club, London, S. W. 



Harrison, Francis Neville. Spear. 

Son of E. R. Harrison, Ferriby, near Brough. Mod. BI. 
First Eleven Football (capt.) ; House Eleven Cricket ; Paper- 
chase XI. Left Easter 1882. 



Harrison, Percy Everard. Spear. 

Brother of above. Class. Shell. School Prefect ; First 
Eleven Football ; First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1884. 



Heberden, William Stanley. Foster. 

Son of Rev. S. Heberden, Rothwetl Vicarage, Leeds. 
Class. Illrd— Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1880. 

St. George's Hospital ; M. R. C. S. ; L. R. C. P., London, 1889. 

jSabakwe, Rhodesia, S. A . 

Nisbett, William Gibbon, Capt. ; born 1865. Estridge— Bryans . 
Son of Major-General Nisbett, Southampton. Class, llnd. 
Left Mids. 1879. 

Lieut. 92nd Punjabis 1889; Capt. 1898. 



Parnall, Thomas Martyn. Belcher 

Son of Robert Parnall, Chepstow. Left Easter 1880. 



Phillips, John Robert. School House. 

Son of J. Phillips, Royston, Herts. Class. Lower IVth. 

Left 1 88 1. ' Radnor Club, Folkestone. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. j Last address known to Editor. 



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Porter, George. Spear. 

Son of Rev. G. Porter, St. Leonard's, Exeter. Mod. 
B III.— B II. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1880. 

M.D., Edin., 1895; late House Surgeon Gloucester County 
Hospital ; Hon. Medical Officer Surbiton Cottage Hospital. 

St. James' Road, Surbiton. 

Ricketts, Walter Barclay ; born 1864. Bryaus. 

Son of D. W. Ricketts, Leamington. Class. IHrd — 
Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1879. 

Farming in Canada. Leamington. 

Seacome, Edward ; born 1864. Bryans. 

Son of Thomas Harrison Seacome, Wem, Salop. Class. 
Middle IVth— Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1882. 

Went to Canada. 

Stone, Henry Jessop. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. Stone, Windsor. Mod. B III. Left Easter 1879. 

Havering-atte-Bower, Essex. 

Williams, William Samuel, Rev. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. E. V. Williams, Cowleigh, Malvern. Class. 
Shell. Lett 1882. 

Worcester College, Oxford ; B. A. 1887 ; ordained 1889 ; Curate 
of Hersham, Surrey, 1889-92 ; Vicar of Alconbury 1900. 

Alconbury Vicarage, Huntingdon. 

Wood, Arthur Thomas Minor; born 1864. School House. 

Son of Thomas Wood, Aston Park, Wem, Salop Class. 
Lower IVth— Mod. BII. Left Chr. 1881. 

Land Agent and Farmer. Brierley Field, Grinshill, Salop. 



Entries in September, 1878. 

Appelbee, Herbert Edward Neville. School House. 

Mod. Bill. Left Easter 1882. \hambeth. 

t List address known to Editor. 



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Blackall, John Offspring ; born 1864. School House. 

Son of Rev. T. O. Blackall, Godden Green, Sevenoaks. 
Class. Upper IVth- Vlth. School Prefect. Left Chr. 1882. 

Merton College, Oxford ; 3rd Class. History ; B A. 1886 ; 
Solicitor. Sevenoaks. 

Bryan, Charles Richard Bradley. Drew. 

Son of R. P. Bryan, Grantham. Mod. Bill.— B II. First 
Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1881. 

Campbell, William. School House. 

Mod. B III. Left Easter 1879. 

Coyney, Walter Weston ; born 1864. School House. 

Son of W. N. Coyney, The Mansion, Ashbourne, Derbyshire. 
Class. Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1881. 

Weston Coyney, Longton, Stafford. 

Creasy, Rolf; born 1863. House Scholar. Drew. 

Son of Sir Edward Shepherd Creasy. Class. Mid. IVth — 
Shell. Second Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. 
Left Chr. 1880. 

Guy's Hospital; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., London, 1885. 

The Paddock, Windlesham, Surrey. 

Gardiner, Frank. Bryans. 

Son of A. Gardiner, Dale Villa, Tyndatls Park, Bristol. 
Mod. B IV. Left Mids. 1879. 

* Hansell, Henry Peter ; born 1863. Belcher— Mackie. 

Son of P. E. Hansell, Wroxham, Norfolk. Class. Upper 
IVth— Vlth. Senior Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
First Eleven Football ; President of Athletics. Left Mids. 
1882. 

Magdalen College, Oxford ; 2nd Class History 1885 ; Assistant 
Master at Rossall School ; later at Ludgrove ; now Tutor 
to the children of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. 

Wroxham House, Wroxham, Norfolk. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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# Hardy, Henry Russell, Captain. Eslridge — Btyaits. 

Son of Colonel Frederick Hardy, Fairleigh, Pontefract. 
Class. Upper IVth. House Eleven Cricket and Football ; 
Paperchase Eleven. Left Mids. 1882. 

Dublin University; B.A. 1886; Captain in the Queen's Royal 
West Surrey Regiment; Assistant Instructor of Musketry, 
Hythe, 1896 ; District Inspector of Musketry (Ireland) 1898 ; 
Assistant Inspector of Small Anns, Enfield, 1901 ; Shot in 
the Army " Sixty " 1897-1904. Thrift Hall, Waltham Abbey. 

Homer, John Keelinge ; born 1867. Day Bey. 

Son of Thomas Keelinge Homer, Bridgnorth, Salop. Class, 
Upper IVth— Vlth. Greek Prose. Left Mids. 1882. 

Lincoln College, Oxford ; B.A. 1886. 

Jones-Saltoun, Charles Thomas ; born 1862. School House. 

Son of Maurier Jones-Saltoun, R.N., of Hronfraith Hall, 
Montgomery. Mod. B IV.— II. Left Chr. 1879. 
Went to India. Singri, Tezpore, Assam, India. 

Kendall, Harold. School House. 

Son of T. Kendall, The Moorlands, Sala. Class. Lower IVth. 
Left Easter 1879. 

Kent, Hugh Bulkeley ; born 1862. Foster. 

Son of Alfred Clement Kent, New Brighton, Cheshire. 

Class. Middle IVth— Upper IVth. House Eleven Football. 

Left Easter 1879. 

Solicitor and Notary. Rocklands, New Brighton, Cheshire. 

Leaf, Edward Arthur. Bryans. 

Mod. BII. House Prefect. First Eleven Football; House 
Eleven Cricket ; Left Chr. 1880. 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1882. 23 Great St. Helen's, E.G. 

Lloyd, Maurice More. School House. 

Mod. N B III. Left Easter 1 88 1. Montgomery. 

Lomax, John. School House. 

Son of T. O. Lomax, Bodfack Hall, Llanfyllin, near 
Oswestry. Class. Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1881. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Maling, Christopher Thompson ; born 1863. Drew. 

Son of Christopher T. Maling, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Mod. 
BIV.— BII. Left Mids. 1881. 

Afterwards at Leamington College ; Manufacturer. 

14 Ellison Place, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Maling, Robert William Ernest Herbert ; born 1864. Drew. 

Brother of above. Junior School — BIV. Left Mids. 1881. 

Afterwards at Leamington College ; Manufacturer. 

14 Ellison Place, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Maling, Frederick Theodore ; born 1865. Drew. 

Brother of above. Junior School — Bill. Left Mids. 1881. 

Afterwards at Leamington College ; Manufacturer. 

14 Ellison Place, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

* Marsh, Edward Caldecot; born 1865. Exhibitioner. Bryans. 

Son of Colonel Marsh, Exmouth. Class. Middle IVth— -Vth. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1883. 

Merton College, Oxford ; B.A. 1887 ; House Master at 
Pocklington School. Pochlington School, Yorks. 

Moore, Charles, Major; born 1865. Bryans. 

Son of W. B. Moore, 13 Belsize Grove, South Hampstead. 
Class. Middle IVth— Upper IVth. Left Easter 1881. 

R. M.C., Sandhurst, 1884; Lieutenant 1st Royal Berks Regi- 
ment 1885; served Egyptian Frontier Field Force 1885-86; 
present at engagement at Giniss ; Medal and Khedive's 
Star; Superintendent of Gymnasia, The Curragh, 1894-97; 
Instructor of Military Engineering, R. M. C, Sandhurst, 
1 897- 1903 ; Major 1904 ; Superintendent of Gymnasia, Eastern 
District, 1904. The Gymnasium, Colchester. 

Morton, Edward Ross, Major; born 1864. Day Boy. 

Son of Lieut. -General Morton, 2 Priory Parade, Cheltenham. 
Class. Junior School— Lower IVth. Left Easter 1879. 

R. M. C. Sandhurst ; 47th Regiment 1885 ; Indian Staff Corps ; 
25th Punjab Infantry 1887; 30th Punjab Infantry 1888; 31st 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Punjab Infantry 189 1 ; served in Hazara Expedition (Medal 
and Clasp) 1891 ; N. W. Frontier of India 1897 ; Defence and 
Relief of Malakand ; in action at Landakai and subsequent 
operations ; Medal and two Clasps ; now in 47th Sikhs. 

Pardoe, Oliver Thornhill. Bryans. 

Son of Rev. J. Pardoe, Graveley Rectory, Stevenage, Herts. 
Classical Lower IVth — Mod. BII. First Eleven Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1882. 

Went to United States. 

Peren, Robert Henry ; born 1864. Foster. 

Son of Robert Burchall Peren, South Pethtrton, Somerset. 
Junior School — Mod. II. House Prefect. Left Easter 1880. 
Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge ; in business. 

South Petherfon, Somerset. 

Reid, J. H. Winston; born 1866. Foster. 

Son of G. J. Graystone Reid, Tunbridge Wells. Class. Hnd. 
House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1885. 

Orange growing, Florida. Mandarin Duval Co., Florida, U.S.A. 

# Robinson -Embury (formerly Robinson), Richard Percy; born 
1865. School House. Son of T. Robinson, Corner Hall, 
Hemel Hempstead, Herts. BIV. — BII. House Prefect; 
First Eleven Football; House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 
1881. 

R.I.E.C., Cooper's Hill, 1882; Lieut. Royal Engineers 1886; 
retired as Capt. 1902 ; M.I.M.E. ; with Messrs Cammell, 
Laird & Co. for Gun Carriage Work. 

Ordnance Works, Coventry. 

Salter, Henry Stuart ; born 1863. Belcher. 

Son of Rev. W. Salter, Principal of St. Alban's Hall, Oxford. 
Class. Lower IVth— Shell. House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1881. 

Non-Coil., Oxford, 1881 ; Exeter College, Oxford, 1884; 
B.A. 1886; Trial Eights 1885; Oxford University Swim- 
ming Half-Mile 1882-85; 100 Yards 1882-83; Royal Humane 
Society's Medal for saving life at Henley 1885 ; Solicitor. 

1 The Sanctuary, Westminster, S. W. 

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Saville, Harry Cowley. School House. 

Class. Vfth. J nnior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; 
Dowdeswell Prize. Left Mids. 1882. 

Math. Scholar, Christ's College, Cambridge; B.A. (Jun. Op.) 
1885 ; since Assistant Master at Abingdon ; now in Germany. 

Surtees, Francis Vere ; born 1864. School House, 

Son of Rev. R. Surtees, Holtby Rectory, York. Class. 

Lower IVth — Mod. BII. School Prefect; First Eleven 

Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1881. 

Shipbuilder. Bank am, Renfrew, Scotland. 

Thorp. Thomas Alder. School House. 

Son of Rev. W. T. Thorp, Charlton Hall, Chat Hill, 
Northumberland. Class. IHrd. Left Chr. 1879. 

Charlton Hall, Chat Hill, Northumberland. 

Vignoles, Ernest Blacker. Spear. 

Son of H. Vignoles, 21 Duke Street, Westminster. Class. 
IHrd -Vth Left Mids. 1882. 

Electrical Engineer. 

Whitelock, Matthew. School House. 

Son of M. Whitelock, Cogden Hall, Richmond, Yorkshire. 
Mod. IV.— III. Left Easter 1882. 

Whittall, Alfred. Spear. 

Son of M. Whittall, Kidderminster. Mod. BIV. Left Chr. 
1880. 



Entries in January, 1879. 

Allen, Edward Osborne Sealey. School House. 

Mod. B V.— B IV. Left Chr. 1880. Dead. 

Bamford, Alfred Charles ; born 1864, Belcher. 

Son of Edwin Bamford, Birkenhead. Class. IHrd— Shell. 

School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1882. 

Merchant. Frankby, Cheshire. 



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Bamford, Henry Samuel. Belcher. 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd— Upper IVth House Eleven 
Cricket. . Left Chr. 1881. 
Commission Merchant. Thorton Hall, Neston, Cheshire. 

Blennerhassett, J. Day Boy. 

Class. Illrd. Left Mids. 1879. 

Brandon, Charles Judah. Drew. 

Son of J. Brandon, The Hollies, Lee, S.E. Class. Middle 
IVth-Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1881. 

* Bridge, George Fletcher ; born 1862. School House. 

Son of C. I. Bridge, Canterbury, New Zealand. Class. 
Shell — Vlth. School Prefect; Second Eleven Football; 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1880. 

New College, Oxford; Third Class Classical Mods.; B.A. 
(Third Class Hist.) 1884 ; Assistant Master at Ipswich 
School. 1 Anglesea Terrace, Ipswich. 

Devereux, Norman ; born 1867. Bryans. 

Son of Dr. Daniel Devereux, Tewkesbury. Class. Junior 
School— Lower IVth. House Eleven Football ; Paperchase 
Eleven. Left Easter 1883. 
Selwyn College, Cambridge; B.A. 1888; M.R.C.S. Eng. ; 
L.R.C.P. London; Assistant Surgeon at Tewkesbury 
Hospital. North House, Tewkesbury . 

Everitt, Francis Douglas; born 1864. Foster. 

Son of W. E. Everitt, Sherborne House, Leamington. 
Junior School— Mod. BII. House Eleven Cricket and Foot- 
ball. 

Director of Allen Everitt & Sons, Brass and Copper Tube 
Manufacturers, Birmingham. Hill Court, Droitwich. 

Fiennes, Alberic Arthur Twisleton-Wykeham ; born 1865. School 
House. Son of Hon. and Rev. Wingfield T. W. Fiennes. 
Class. Junior School — Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1881. 

In the Bank of England. 

4 Philbeach Gardens, EarVs Court, S. W. 

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Fiennes, Hon. Eustace Edward; born 1864. Foster. 

Son of Lord Saye and Sele, Broughton Castle, Banbury. 
Mod. B III.- II. Left Chr. 1881. 

Farmed in Canada; served in Riel's Rebellion (Medal), and 
at Suakim (Medal) ; since Lieut. Chartered Company's Police 
in Mashonaland ; fought with the Imperial Yeomanry in the 
South African War 1900. Johannesburg, South Africa. 

Gibbons, Arthur Miles. Drew. 

Son of H. F. Gibbons, 1 Pembroke Gardens, Kensington. 
Class. Lower IVth. Left Mids. 188 r. 

Afterwards at Leamington College. 

Green, Norman William. Lea Scholar. Drew. 

Class. Upper IVth— Vth. House Football Eleven. Left 
Mids. 1882. 

L.D.S. England 1900. P. 0. Box 42, Oudtshoorn, Cafe Colony. 

Hall, William Stokes. Foster. 

Son of W. H. Hall, Lutterworth. Mod. BIV. Left Chr. 

1880. 

Horspield, John. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Horsfield, Slack House, Hyde. Mod. Bill. 
First Eleven Cricket; Second Eleven Football. Left Mids. 
1880. Died 1883. 

Jacob, Harold Fen ton, Capt. ; born 1866. Exhibitioner. Drnv. 
Son of Colonel G. A. Jacob, Bombay Staff Corps. Class. 
Lower IVth - Upper IVth. L«ft Mids. 1881. 

Afterwards at Highgate School; R. M.C., Sandhurst, 1886; 
Lincoln Regiment (10th Foot) 1887 ; Lieutenant Bombay 
Staff Corps 1888 ; Captain 1898. 
Assistant Political Superintendent, Palanpur, near Gujarat, India. 

Jones, Richard Charles Stuart, Rev. ; born 1865. Belcher. 

Son of Richard Jones, Poulstone, Ross. Class. Middle IVth 
— Vlth. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1884. 

Worcester College, Oxford ; Third Class Classical Mods. ; B. A. 
(Second Class Theol.) 1888 ; Wells Theol. College ; ordained 
1889; Curate at Cirencester 1901 ; Vicar of Northleach and 
Rural Dean 1903. Northleach, R. S. 0, 



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Leacroft, Frederick Richard Becher. Spear. 

Son of Dr. Leacroft, Feckenham. Class. Shell. Left Chr. 
1883. 
Solicitor. \ Imperial Buildings, Colmore Row, Birmingham. 

Leathes, Herbert de Mussenden ; born 1863. School House. 

Son of Colonel H. M. Leathes, Cliff House, Dovercourt, 
Essex. Classical Side. Left Chr. 1879. 

Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester ; joined 3rd Batt. 
Durham Light Infantry; Capt. 1890; served in the South 
African War 1899; Capt. 3rd Batt. Yorks. Regt. 

Dovercourt, Essex 

Lowry, Eustace Noel. Foster. 

Son of Rev. C. H. Lowry, 8 Chatsworth Square, Carlisle. 
Class. Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1879. Stanwix House, Carlisle. 

#Lucy, Reginald Horace; born 1863. Dreiv. 

Class. Lower IVth— Shell House Prefect. Left Mids. 1880. 

Edinburgh University ; M.B. and CM. 1885 (First Class Hon.) ; 
F.R.C.S. (Eng.) ; House Surgeon, London Hospital, 1885-86 ; 
late Assistant Surgeon and House Surgeon, South Devon 
Hospital ; Vice-President Plymouth Med. Society. 

9 The Crescent, Plymouth. 

Morris, Musgrave. Spear. 

Son of G. B. Morris, Dan-y-Graig, Bridgend. Mod. II. 

First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left 
Easter 1884. 

Nash, Arthur Peel. School House. 

Son of Rev. R. S. Nash, Old Sodbury Vicarage, Chipping 
Sodbury. Class. Shell. Left Easter 1882. 

Polehampton, Charles Arthur ; born 1864. Belcher — Mackie. 

House Scholar. Son of the Rev. J. S. Polehampton, 

*' Member of Old Malvernian Society. f Last address known to Editor. 

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Oporto, Portugal. Class. Shell— Vltb. School Prefect ; Lea 
Shakespeare ; Latin Prose. Left Easter 1883. 

Merton College, Oxford; B.A. 1887; Third Class. Lit. Hum. 
Died in Natal, March 1889. 



Smales, George Maclellan. Foster. 

Son of O. W. Smales, 4 Pittville Parade, Cheltenham. 
Class. Mid. IVth. Left Chr. 1881. 



Sowerby, Thomas. School House. 

Son of J. Sowerby, Cuxwold Hall, Caistor, Lincolnshire. 
Class. Mid. IVth. Left Easter 1880. 



Spence, Philip Trevor Augustine, Major. Foster. 

Son of Lieut. -General J. K. Spence, 30 Colville Terrace, 
Bayswater. Class. Upper IVth — Vlth. School Prefect. 
Left Chr. 1882. Political Department, Indian Army. 



Tayler. Francis Villiars. Drev*. 

Class. Illrd— Shell. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 

18S1. 

R. I. E. C, Cooper's Hill ; P. W. D., India. 

P. IV. D., Lahore, India. 

Walker, William Greaves, Rev. ; born 1865. School Hou$e. 

Son of Horace Walker, Sherde Manor, Sheffield. Class, 
Lower IVth— Shell. Left Chr. 1883. 

Worcester College, Oxford ; B.A. 1887 ; ordained 1888 ; Curate 
of St. Mary, Selly Oak, Birmingham, 1888-94; Rector of 
Knock in 1898. Knockin Rectory, Oswestry. 



Williams, Oswald Field ; born 1863. Belcher. 

Son of W. Williams, Clifton Down. Mod. IV. Left Chr. 
1880. 
Farming. The Wearend, Ross, Herefordshire. 



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Entries in May, 1879. 

Austin, Alfred ; bom 1863. School House. 

Son of A. Austin, Brixton, Surrey. Class. Lower IVth — 
Vlth. School Prefect; House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 
1882. 

Merton College, Oxford ; 2nd Class Law ; B.A. 1886 ; Solicitor 
1890. The Hermitage, Worple Road, Wimbledon. 

* Beaufort, Louis William Waller, Rev. ; born 1867. Spear. 

Son of Rev. W. A. Beaufort, Darlington. Class. Hlrd. 
Left Chr. 1879. 

Afterwards at Rossall; Durham University; B.A. 1890; or- 
dained 1892; Curate of Pershore 1892-94; Grinshill 1904. 

Grinshill, Shrewsbury. 

Dawson, Oswald Ernest. School House. 

Son of Thomas Dawson, Caledonian Mt., Leeds. Mod. 

'Bill. Left Easter 1881. Albion Walk Chambers, Leeds. 

# Fraser, Douglas Kennedy, Day Boy. 

Son of G. G. Fraser, Kingston-on-Thames. Mod. II. 

Went to Western Australia in 1889 ; Sheep farming in N.S.W. 

Deniliquin, N.S.W. 

t 

Harrison, Cyril. Spear. 

Son of J. C. M. Harrison, Cottingham, Hull. Class. Upper 
IVth. House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1880. 

Hoylake, Thomas Lyttelton Courtenay. School House. 

Son of Thomas Hoylake, Barmouth. Left Mids. 1880. 

Jones, Harry T. Brandham ; born 1867. Belcher— Mackie. 

Son of Richard Jones, Ross, Hereford. Class. Lower IVth — 
Vth. Second Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1885. 
University College, London ; Royal School of Mines ; in 
business. 7 Honor Oak Rise, Honor Oak, London, S.E 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Jones, Philip Theodosius ; born 1868. Belcher — Mackie. 

Brother of above. Class. Junior School — Vth. School 

Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1887. 

St. Bartholomew's Hospital; M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. 
(Lond.). 1896; Member of British Med. Ass. ; in practice at 

Coleford House, Coleford, Bath, Somerset. 

* Lemarchand, Arthur "Wharton ; born 1866. Belcher — Mackie. 

Son of Francis W. Lemarchand, Instow, North Devon. 
Class. IHrd — Vlth. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket ; 
First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1885. 

London University; St. Bartholomew's Hospital; L.R.C.P., 
M.R.C.S. ; played for London v. Glasgow (Association}. 

4 Litchdon Terrace, Barnstaple. 

Powell, George Robert. Spear. 

Son of W. Powell, Maes y dderwen, Hirwain, Aberdare. 

Class. Upper I Vth. Second Eleven Football. Left Easter 

1884. 

Major 5th Battalion Warwickshire Regiment (M.) ; served in 
South African War. 

Roberts, Hugh Alexander ; born 1866. Drew. 

Son of T. V. Roberts, Verulam House, Watford. Class. 
Junior School— Upper IVth. Left Mids. i88r. 

Afterwards at Uppingham ; Pembroke m College, Cambridge ; 
B.A, 1888; Solicitor. Dead. 

Roberts, A. Bryans. 

Left Chr. 1879. 

* Saunders, Charles Heath ; born 1864. Drew. 

Son of John Saunders. Class. IHrd — Middle IVth. Left 
Mids. 1881. 
In business. 33 Hogarth Road, Earl's Court, S. W. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Sedgwick, Harold James; born 1865. School House. 

Son of James Sedgwick, Ladywell House, Boro' Bridge, 
Yorks. . Class. Hlrd — Vth. House Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; Paperchase XI. Left 
Mids. 1884. 

Exeter College, Oxford; B.A. 1887; Solicitor. 

The Firs, Copse Hill, Wimbledon. 

Sheldon, Albert. Spear. 

Smith, Edmund Symons. Belcher. 

Son of Wm. Smith, The Farm, Winchcomb. Left Mids. 
1880. 

Thorp, Richard Fenwick ; born 1868. School House. 

Son of Rev. W. T. Thorp, Charlton Hall, Chat Hill, 
Northumberland. Class. Hnd. Left Chr. 1879. 

Afterwards at Richmond School, Yorks. ; R.I. EC, Cooper's 
Hill, 1887 ; Civil Engineer. Parent's Address. 

Wigan, John James Gretton. Foster. 

Son of E. L. Wigan, Grove Park, Liverpool. Mod. Bill. 
Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 
1879. 

Entries in September 1879. 

Buckle, Archibald Lewis ; born 1868. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Buckle, South End Villa, Malvern. Class. 
Junior School— Mid. IVth. Left Easter 1882. 

Campbell, Thomas. Bryan,s. 

Son of John Campbell, 10 Newton Place, Glasgow. Class. 
Junior School. Left Easter 1881. 

Cawthra, William Herbert ; born 1867. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Cawthra, Auckland Road, Upper Norwood. 
Class. Junior School— Mid. IVth. Left Chr. 1883. 

Solicitor. Beverley Street, Toronto, Canada. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Clark, Arthur Desborough; born 1867. Belcher — Mackie. 

Son of Mrs. Clark, Beckenham. Junior School — Mod. II. 
House Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. 
Left Chr. 1884. 

St. Bartholomew's Hospital; L.R.C.P., Edin. ; in practice 
at 59 Norton Road, Hove. 

* Clark, Charles Halford Baldwin, Capt. ; born 1869. Belcher — 
Mackie. Brother of above. Class. Junior School— Vth. 
First Eleven Cricket; Second Eleven Football. Left Mids. 
1886. 

Indian Staff Corps ; Capt 65th Carnatic Light Infantry. 

Secunderabad, Deccan. 

Copleston, John Henry Herbert, Rev. ; born 1865. Belcher — Mackie. 
Exhibitioner. Son of Rev. J. H. Copleston, OfFwell Rectory, 
Honiton. Class. Lower I Vth— Vlth. Junior Chapel Pre- 
fect; First Eleven Cricket; First Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1884. 
C. C. C, Oxford ; B. A. 1888 ; Third Class. Mods. ; Second Final 
Schools ; Assistant Master at Brighton College 1888 ; since 
Headmaster of Preparatory School. Pencarwick, Exmouth. 

Cornford, Charles Edward ; born 1863. Spear. 

Son of Edward Cornford, Etchowe, Cheltenham. Class. 
Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1880. 

Missionary. Shanghai, China. 

Cornford, William Henry ; born 1866. Spear. 

Brother of above. Class. IHrd. Left Easter 1881. 

Fruit farming. Tuerong, Morning ton P.O., Melbourne. 

Crosse, Reginald Edward. Foster. 

Son of T. W. Crosse, 22 St. Giles' Street, Norwich. Left 
Chr. 1879. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Donisthorpe, Edmund Russell ; born 1866. School House. 

Son of G. E. Donisthorpe, Leicester. Mod. B IV.— BUI. 
Left Mids. 1881. 

B. Sc. (French); Trinity Hall, Cambridge; B.A. 1888; 
Solicitor and Commissioner. 1 2 Great Swan A lley, London, E. C. 



Fraser, Campbell Henry Stuart ; born 1868. School House. 

Son of Brigade- Surgeon C. Fraser. Mod. B II. Left 
Chr. 1880. 



* Fraser, George Gordon ; born 1870. Day Boy. 

San of G. G. Fraser, Kingston-on-Thames. Junior School 
—Mod. I. Left Mids. 1885. 

B.A. London ; Assistant Master, Lord William's School, 
Thame, 1890-95; Forest School 1895-1901 ; Malvern College 
since 1901. Malvern College. 



Harrison, Henry Guy ; born 1869. Spear. 

Son of E. R. Harrison, Ferriby, near Brough, Yorks. Class. 
Junior School — Shell. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1886. 



* Herbert, Arthur Frederick; born 1866. Bryans. 

Son of the Hon. Robert Herbert, Orleton, Shropshire. 
Class. Middle IVth — Vth. Junior Chapel Prefect; House 
Eleven Cricket and Football ; President of Debating Society ; 
Lieutenant in Corps. Left Easter 1885. 

King's Foreign Service Messsenger; Lieut. Hon. Artillery 
Company ; fought in the South African War (Medal and 
three Clasps). 22 Portman St., W.; Foreign Office, Whitehall. 

Hills, Henry Maurice. School House. 

Son of Rev. W. Hills, 6 Vernon Street, Brighton. Class. 
Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1881 . 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Hussey, John Walton; born 1865. Minor Scholar. Dretu. 

Son of J. R. Hussey, Beechcroft, Exeter. Class. Illrd— 
Mod. Bill. First Eleven Cricket; House Eleven Football. 
Left July 1881. 

Afterwards at Leamington College. 

Botiverie House, Magdalen Road, Eaeter. 

Jackson, Henry Christopher. School House. 

Class. Illrd. Left Easter 1881. 

Captain 3rd Hussars 1882 ; exchanged to Liverpool Regiment 
1884. Died 1887. 

* J agger, Frank Herbert ; born 1865. School House. 

Son of Samuel Thornton Jagger, Llangollen. Class. Lower 
IVth— Shell. First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1882. 

Solicitor. Bryttderwen, Llangollen, Denbighshire. 

Jones, John Sydney. Bryans. 

Son of Rev. Rees Jones, Blackwood, Newport. Mod. B III. 
Left Chr. 1880. 

Kirby, Murdock William ; born 1865. Bryans. 

Son of the Rev. H. T. M. Kirby, May field, Sussex. Class. 
Illrd— Lower IVth. House Eleven Cricket and Football. 
Left Chr. 1881. 

In Ontario, Canada, 1885-88 ; settled in British Columbia 1888. 

Langley, B. C. t Canada. 

*Lyon, Ralph Edward; born 1865. Belcher — Mackie. 

Son of Rev. Ralph J. Lyon, The Rectory, W'ickwar, 
Gloucester. Class. Upper IVth— Vth. School Prefect; 
First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; School Organ- 
ist 1882-84 » President of Athletics. Left Easter 1884. 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; B. A. 1886 ; Composer of Carmen 
Malverniense. "Legend of Floramar," etc.; Assistant 
Master (1887) and House Master (1892) at Malvern College ; 
Hon. Captain Cadet Corps 1888 ; Major 1st Worcestershire 
R. G. A. (V.) ; Organist, Choirmaster, and Director of Music 
at Malvern College since 1887. 7 The College, Malvern. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Mackenzie, FitzH. ; born 1866. School House. 

Class. Illrd -Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1882. 

McCausland, Osborne Samuel. Bryans. 

Son of Mrs. McCausland, 2 University Terrace, Belfast. 
Mod. II.— I. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket. Left 
Mids. 1881. 

Killed in Australia by an accident on horseback. 

O'Brien, Ranald Martin. Spear. 

Son of Patrick O'Brien, R6t Rapurn, Farid Rdt State, 
Punjab. Left Mids. 1882. 
Balliol College, Oxford. Died, August 13th, 1889. Brass in 
Chapel erected in his memory. 

O'Brien, Patrick William. Faber Exhibitioner. Spear. 

Brother of above. Senior Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven 
Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1884. 

Balliol College, Oxford ; Indian Civil Service (8th) ; Assistant 
Commissioner of Lahore, Punjab. Died in India, July 9th, 
1891. Brass in Chapel erected in his memory. 

Pedder, Ernest William Newsham, Major; born 1862. Bryans. 
Son of Captain Richard Pedder, 10th Hussars. Mod. B IV. 
— B III. Left Easter 1880. 

Lieutenant Royal Cumberland Militia 1880-2 ; R. M.C., Sand- 
hurst, 1883 ; 1st Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers 1883 ; 17th 
D. C. O. Lancers 1886; 13th Hussars 1888 ; Major 1901. 

Dundalk, Ireland. 

Preston, Edward Clover ; born 1863. School H oust. 

Son of Rev. J. Preston, 8 Calvert Street, Norwich. Class. 
Mid. IVth. Left Mids. 1883. 20 Calvert Street, Norwich. 

Ridley, Frank ; born 1863. Spear. 

Son of Rev. John Ridley, Norton Vicarage, Stockton- 
on-Tees. Class. Upper IVth — Shell. House Eleven Cricket 
and Football. Left Chr. 1880. 

Trinity College, Dublin; B A. 1885; Solicitor 1886; Com- 
missioner for Oaths 1892. 

4 and 5 Aldgate High Street, London, E.C. 



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Ridley, Edward Hope ; born 1866. Spear. 

Brother of above. Class. Middle IVth. House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Chr. 1881. 

Edinburgh University ; M.B., CM. 1891 ; M.D. 1898; Assistant 
and Senior Assistant Medical Officer, Metropolitan Asylums 
Board, 1892-1900 ; Civil Surgeon, Field Force, South African 
War, 1900-02. 32 Sydenham Road, Croydon. 

Ridley, Philip Walton ; born 1868. Spear. 

Brother of above. Class. Junior School— IHrd. Left Chr. 
1 88 1. Wilts and Dorset Banking Co., Salt shut y. 

Rose, Hugh Strathnaion Hamilton ; born 1867. Bryans. 

Son of Captain H. L. Rose, Tarlogie-by-Tain, Scotland. 
Class. Junior School— Middle IVth. Left Mids. 1884. 

Formerly on London Stock Exchange. 

Simpson, James Edward. School House. 

Son of J. W. Simpson, Warriston, St. Michael's, Liverpool. 
Class. Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1880. 

Stackpoole, Harry de Vere. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Stackpoole, Crosthwaite Park, Kingston, Ireland. 
Class. Mid. IVth. Left Mids. 1880. 

Taunton, Francis Pyle. Spear. 

Son of J. R. C. Taunton, 116 Bristol Road, Edgbaston. 
Mod. B IV. Left Mids. 1881. Parent's Address. 

Tayler, Skipwith Vansittart. Drew. 

Son of S. H. C. Tayler. Class. Hlrd- Mod. B II. Second 
Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1882. 

Indian Police. Died October 1892. 

* Tayler, William Edward; born 1867. Drew — Graham. 

Brother of above. Junior School — Hlrd. House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Chr. 1882. 

Estate holder under Government. 

Bilmaria, Via Sura, E. B. S. Railway, Bengal. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Thoroton, Robert Ogilvie Bowes. Scliool House. 

Son of Mrs. Thoroton, The Seven Springs, Cheltenham. 
Class. Illrd. Left Chr. 1880. 

Wake, Richard. School house. 

Son of H. C. Wake, C.B., 109 Sandgate Road, Folkestone. 
Left Easter 1880. 

Welch, George Asser White ; born 1865. Foster. 

Son of Captain Welch, R.N., Arle House, Cheltenham. 
Mod. B IV.— B III. House Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football. Left 1883. 

Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester ; now farming. 

Bird lip House, Gloucester. 

Vallings, Henry Alan, Capt. ; born 1866. Day Boy. 

Son of Henry Vallings. Mod. Bill.— Class Mid. IVth 
Left Chr. 1881. 

Indian Staff Corps; Capt. 24th Punjab Infantry 1899. 

c/o H. S. King 6- Co., 45 Pall Mall, London, W. ', 
English address — 12 Gloucester Crescent, Hyde Park, W. 

Entries in January, 1880. 

Aldridge, Cecil Phipps ; born 1868. School House. 

Son of Prebendary W. W. Aldridge, St. Mary's, Weston- 
super-Mare. Class. Junior School — Shell. House Prefect. 
Left Mids. 1884. St. Mary's, Weston-on-Sca. 

Aldworth, Robert Hooper ; born 1867. Spear. 

Son of R. Aldworth, West Haybourne, Didcot. Class. 
Illrd — Shell. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Easter 1882. 

Went to New Zealand ; served with New Zealand contingent 
in the South African War. 

Armitage, William Stuart; born 1867. Drew— Graham — Bayfield. 
Son of Rev. George Armitage, Silverdale. Exhibitioner. 
Class. Junior School — Vth. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Easter 1884. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; Lieut. R. A. 1886 ; now at Whale Fisheries 
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Ashe, Evelyn Oliver ; born 1864. House Scholar. School House. 
Son of Rev. J. W. Ashe, Donnington, Louth. Class. Shell 
—Upper Vth. Left Chr. 1880. 

Scholarship in Anatomy and Surgery, London Hospital ; L.S.A. 
1888 (London and Owen's College); M.D. 1889; F.R.C.S. 
1892 ; late House Surgeon and Physician, London Hos- 
pital ; Surgeon Floating Hospital Clnloiv (Mission to 
Deep Sea Fishermen) ; Senior Assistant Physician, North - 
Eastern Fever Hospital ; Senior House Surgeon, Kimberley 
Hospital, South Africa ; Medical Staff, South African War, 
1899 ; author of " Besieged by the Boers." 

Kimberley, South Africa. 

Beazeley, Michael Wornum ; born 1866. Drew — School House. 

Exhibitioner. Son of Alex. Beazeley, Thornton Heath. 
Class. Hlrd— Vth. House Prefect. Left Chr. 1884. 

Lincoln College, Oxford ; B,A. ; Secretary, British College of 
Physical Education, London ; Fellow of the Royal Statistical 
Society ; now Engineer at Basingstoke. 

Wort i tig, near Basingstoke. 

Beddoe, Brindley. School House. 

Son of H. C. Beddoe, 28 Castle Street, Hereford. Class. 
Hlrd. Left Easter 1881. 

Farming in Dakota. 

Benwell, Charles Marchant ; born 1867. Bryans. 

Son of J. B. Benwell, Dartmouth Row, Blackheath. Class. 
Lower IVth— Shell. Left Easter 1882. 

* Bowles, Lionel Olivier ; born 1865. Diew— Graham — Bayfield. 

House Scholar. Son of Rev. C. J. S. Bowles, The Shrub- 
bery, Malvern. Class. Upper IVth — Vlth. House Cricket 
Eleven. Left Mids 1884. 
Civil Engineer. Bulandshahr, United Provinces, India. 

* Boxwell, John Harvey ; born 1867. School House. 

Son of William G. Boxwell, Oxton. Junior School — 
Mod. II. First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1885. 

General Brazilian Merchant. Thurstaston Road, Hiswall, Cheshire. 
* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Boxwell, William Ewart Gladstone ; born 1868. School House. 

Brother of above. Junior School — BII. First Eleven 
Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1886. 

Merchant. A/accio, Est ados di Alagdas, Brazil. 

Buckle, John Gerald Thomas ; born 1866 Behhet — Mackie. 

Lygon Scholar. Son of R. T. Buckle, 59 Belgrave Road, 
S.W. Class. Shell— Vlth. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Football ; West Prize; Latin Verse. Left Mids. 1885. 

Scholar, Magdalene College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1888 ; Second 
Class Classical Tripos ; in Colonial Civil Service. 

Colonial Secretary 's Office, Hongkong^ China. 

* Bullock, Edward Clifford ; born 1866. Drew — Graham — Bayfield. 
Exhibitioner. Son of Rev. Canon Bullock, The Parsonage, 
Spalding. Class. Middle IVth — Vlth. Senior Chapel 
Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; Second Eleven Cricket ; 
English Essay; President of Athletics ; Lieutenant in Corps. 
Left Mids. 1885. 

Oriel College, Oxford ; B.A. 1889 ; Third Class History Finals ; 
Assistant Master (since 1889), and House Master (since 1898) 
at Malvern College; Major 1st Worcestershire R. G. A. (V.). 

9 The College, Malvern. 

Cobb, George Powys Wheatley. Day Boy. 

Son of J. R. Cobb, Brecon. Mod. Bill. Left Easter 1881. 

Cobb, Richard Wheatley. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Class. Lower IVth. Left Easter 1882. 

CotxiNGS, Ernest Bon a my ; born 1864. School House. 

Son of Rev. P. B. Collings, Bawdrip, Bridgwater. Class. 
Lower IVth— Middle IVth. Left Easter 1882. 

Drew, Frank Eric Charles. 

Son of Rev. F. R. Drew, formerly Assistant Master at 
Malvern College. Class Hnd— Hlrd. Left Mids. 1881. 

Afterwards at Leamington College ; Worcester College, Oxford ; 
Second Class Mods. ; Second Final Classical Schools ; 
B.A. 1893 ; Professor of Moral Philosophy in Madras Uni- 
versity. Pachaiyappd 's College, Madras, 

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Earle, Charles Chretien ; born 1865. Spear. 

Son of Rev. J. Earle, Swanswick Rectory, Bath. Class. 
Upper IVth — Vth. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Easter 1883. 
Lincoln College, Oxford; for some time Foreign Corres- 
pondent on the staff of TIu Times. Died in Germany. 

Forbes. James Frederick, Capt. ; born 1866. Exhibitioner. Spear. 

Son of John George Forbes, Cheltenham. Mod. BII. — 
BI. Left Chr. 1883. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst. 1885 ; Lieut. 62nd Regt. 1886 ; Capt. 1894. 

1st Wilts Regt. t Kuldana, Punjab. 

Hall, Arthur Barton ; born 1865. Drew — Graham. 

Son of John Hall, Barton-on-Humber. Class. Mid. IVth — 
Upper IVth. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football 
Left 1882. 

In business. Barlon-on- H umber, Lincolnshire. 



* Hughes, Richard ; born 1866. Foster. 

Son of Richard Hughes. Junior School— Mod. I. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; Second Eleven Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1885. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B. A. 1888 ; Barrister. 

Newtown Lodge, Hunger ford. 

Humble, William Joicey. School House. 

Son of J. Joicey Humble, Orchard House, Salt well, 
Gateshead on-Tyne. 

Keeling, George Tremayne Vivian ; born 1865. Drew — Graham. 
Exhibitioner. Son of George William Keeling, M.I.C.E., J.P., 
Cheltenham. Class. Upper IVth — Vth. House Prefect; 
House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1882. 

Civil Engineer. 10 Lansdowne Terrace, Cheltenham. 

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* Ker, Claude Buchanan ; born 1867. House Scholar. Foster. 

Son of Dr. Buchanan Ker, Hadley House, Cheltenham. 
Class. Shell— Vlth. Senior Chapel Prefect; House Eleven 
Football ; West Prize ; English Verse. Lieutenant in Corps. 
Left Mids. 1886. 

Edinburgh University; M.B. 1890; M.D. (Thesis Gold 
Medallist) 1896; F.R. C.P.Ed. 1901 ; Medical Superintendent 
of the Edinburgh City Fever Hospital, and Lecturer on 
Infectious Diseases to the University of Edinburgh. 

City Hospital, Comiston Road, Edinburgh. 

Leaf, Ernest Maurice ; born 1865. Btyans. 

Son of Mrs. Leaf, 19 de Vere Gardens, London. Mod. Bill. 
House Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1882. 

May, George Charles, Rev. ; born 1867. Belcher — Mackie. 

Son of Henry William May. Class. Illrd— Vlth. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1886. 

St. John's College, Oxford ; Third Class Mod. Hist. ; B. A. 
1890 ; ordained 1893 ; Rector 1902 of 

St. Peter's, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

McClellan, John William Tyndale ; born 1865. School House, 

Son of Rev. J. B. McClellan, Royal Agricultural College, 
Cirencester. Mod. B IV.— B II. Left Chr. 1881. 

In East Africa and Uganda Service. 

Mombasa, British East Africa. 

O'Donoghue, Arthur George. Belcher. 

Mod. B I V.— Bill. Left Easter 1881. 

O'Donoghue, Francis Herbert. Belcher. 

Brother of above. Mod. Bill. Left Mids. 1881. 
Went to Brighton College ; now Coffee-planting in India. 

Pridmore, George Ernest. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Pridmore, Coleshill. Mod. Bill. Left Easter 
1881. 

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Richards, Arthur Edwards ; born 1865. Drew — Graham. 

Son of Mrs. Richards, 19 Grittelton Road, St. Peter's Park, 
London, W. Class. Mid. IVth— Upper IV th. House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Chr. 1882. 

Robinson, Thomas Hollick ; born 1868. Day Boy. 

Son of R. Robinson, Rhodesville, Cheltenham. Class. 
Junior School — Shell. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1887. 

Queen's College, Oxford; B.A. 1890; now farming. 

Old Manor House, CoaUs, Cirencester, 

Smith, Harry Heath. Drew. 

Son of John Smith, The Bank, Dumbleton, Evesham. 
Class. Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1880. 

Sedgeherrow Hall, Evesham. 

Summers, Henry Hall ; born 1865. Foster. 

Son of J. W. Summers, Sunnyside, Ashton-under-Lyne. 
Mod. B IV.— B II. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1881. 

Ironmaster. Oldham. 

Thompson, Charles ; born 1865. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Thompson, Blakely Lodge, Etwall, Derby. 
Class. Hlrd— Shell. Left Mids. 1884. 

Charing Cross Hospital; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., London, 1891 ; 
L.M., Dublin, 1892; House Surgeon, Infirmary, Burton-on- 
Trent. A'osliston A'oad, Stapenhill, Burton-oii-lrent. 

Tidy, Edgar Whitworth. Foster. 

Son of H. E. Tidy, 13 Chester Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W. 
Mod. B III.— B II. House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1880. 

Townley, Arthur Paget Johnson, Rev. ; born 1863. Bryans. 

Son of Major Townley, Carleton, near Pontefract. Class. 
Lower IVth — Upper IVth. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Paperchase Eleven. Left Mids. 1882. 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1888 ; ordained 1893 » 

Curate of Handley, Salisbury. 

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# Wilson, Harold Inchbald ; born 1865. House Scholar. Drew — 
Graham— Bayfield. Son of Henry Wilson, Farnborough, Kent. 
Class. Upper IVth — Vlth. Junior Chapel Prefect ; House 
Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Easter 1884. 

Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1887; Junior Optime; 
Solicitor. 1 Guildhall Chambers, Basinghall Street, E.C. 

Wood, Arthur Wensley ; born 1867. Brians. 

Son of Rev. M. Wood, Kington. Class. Mid. IVth— Vlth. 
Senior Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; Paperchase 
Eleven. Left Mids. 1887. 

Class. Scholar, St. Catherine's College, Cambridge ; sometime 
Articled to Solicitor at Worcester. 

Brick Barns Farm, Malvern Wells. 



Entries in May, 1880. 

Bird, Reginald Edward Oliver. Drew. 

Son of Wm. Bird, M.D., 3 St. Leonard's Place, York. 
Class. IHrd. Left Mids. 1881. 

All Souls, Oxford ; B.A. ; was Headmaster of the Armenian 
College, Calcutta. St. Helen's, Yorks. 

Edge, Henry Travers ; born 1867. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. Francis Edge, The Glebe House, Guildford. 
Class. Lower IVth— Vth. School Prefect. Left Easter 1886. 

King's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1889 ; Second Class Science 
Tripos ; Assistant Master at Farnham Grammar School ; 
Lecturer in Science, Surrey C.C. ; Fellow of Theosophical 
Society ; Universal Brotherhood Organisation, Point Loma, 
California. Point Loma, San Diego, California. 

Edge, Sidney Vernon ; brother of above. Day Boy. 

Class. Illrd-Vth. Left Mids. 1885. 

The Laurels, Ootamacund, India. 

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Fothergill, Ernest Rowland ; born 1864. School House. 

Son of T. R. Fothergill, Godstone, Surrey. Mod. Bill. — 
BI. House Football Eleven. Left Chr. 1882. 

Guy's Hospital and Durham; M.B., B.S. 1895. 

33 Belmont Road, West Green, S. Tottenham, N. 

Fraser, Henry Gordon Cumming ; born 1872. Day Boy — School House. 
Son of Mrs. Fraser, Barnard's Green. Mod. Jun. Sch. — 
B II. Left Mids. 1886. Died 1886. 

Herbert, Arthur Colthurst, Capt. ; born 1867. Drew — Graham. 

Son of ♦. Herbert, Gloucester Lodge, Cheltenham. Mod. 
B IV.- Mod. I. Left Easter 1884. 

Served in South African War. 

2nd Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment, Portland. 

Jones, Frank Fenton. School House. 

Son of J. F. Jones, 56 Derwent Road, Stoneycroft, Liverpool. 
Lower School. Left Easter 1881. 

Lilly, Edward Broad; born 1867. Foster. 

Son of T. Lilly, 17 Minshull Street, Manchester. Mod. Jun. 
Sch.— B II. First Eleven Football. Left Easter 1884. 

Died at Rio de Janeiro, Feb. 16th, 1889. 

May, Arthur Algernon ; born 1867. School House. 

Son of Chief Justice May, Dublin. Mod. BV. House 
Prefect ; Second Eleven Football. Left Easter 1885. 

* Morice, Norman ; born 1864. Foster. 

Son of Charles Walter Morice, Feltham House, Feltham. 
Mod. Bill. — 1. Senior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven 
Cricket (capt.); First Eleven Football; President of 
Athletics and Debating Society. Left Mids. 1883. 

London Stock Exchange. Trustee of O. M. Society. 

22 Har court Terrace; and 23 Old Broad Street, E.C. 

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Pembroke, Percy James ; born 1865. Belcher- Mackie. 

Son of Edward Pembroke, 5 Vanbrugh Park, Blackheath. 
Class. Middle IVth— Vth. House Eleven Cricket and Foot- 
ball. Left Easter 1883. 
Insurance Broker ; Steamship Owner. Hawthorns, Chislehurst. 

Peters, William Harold Stillwell ; born 1866. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Peters. The Welches, Bentley, Hants. Class. 
IIIrd-Mod. III. Left Easter 1886. 
Christ Church, Oxford. 

Pritt, Frank Ashby ; born 1866. Bryans. 

Son of George Ashby Pritt, Richmond, Surrey. Mod. B IV. 

— I. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 
1885. 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Died on Christmas Eve, 1893, at 
Cannes. 

Seward, George Ernest ; born 1865. School House. 

Son of G. H. Seward, Sandford House, Lyss, Hants. Class. 
Lower IVth— Mid. IVth. Left Easter 1882. 

In Africa. 

Entries in September, 1880. 

Allen, William Spiller. Belcher. 

Son of Mrs. Allen, 6 Royal Crescent, Bath. Mod. BIL — 
BI. Second Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 188 1. 

Bennett, Arthur Percy ; born 1867. School House. 

Son of J. C. Bennett, Bella Vista, Killiney, Dublin. Junior 
School— Mod. II. Left Easter 1884. 

Bennett, Lionel Vaughan ; born 1868. School Mouse. 

Brother of above. Class. Junior School — Upper IVth. 
Left Chr. 1883. 

Dublin University; B.A., B.E., 1890; Played Association 
Football for Dublin University; won One Mile and Two 
Miles in University Sports ; Civil Engineer. 

2 The Suthcrlands, Burbage, Buxton. 



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Blessig, Philip Frederick. Belcher. 

Son of P. Blessig, Peterhoff, West Derby, near Liverpool. 
Mod. B II. Left Chr. 1880. 

In business in Liverpool. 

Burnett, Norman. School House. 

Son of J. Burnett, Tynemouth. Mod. BII. House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Chr. 1880. 10 Prior's Terrace, Tynemouth. 

Child, Nicolas Gilbert Louis ; born 1866. School House. 

Son of Gilbert William Child, Cowley House, Oxford. 
Class. Lower IVth— Vlth. House Eleven Football. Left 
Easter 1885. 

Exeter College, Oxford ; B. A. 1889 ; Third Class Law Finals ; 
Called to the Bar 1891, Inner Temple; fought in the South 
African War, with Inns of Court Volunteers. 

2 Shane Square Mansions, London, S. W. 

Cumming, George ; born 1866. Foster. 

Son of Charles E. D. Cumming, Upper Tooting. Class. 
Mid. IVth. House Eleven Cricket. 

Straits Settlement in 1888 ; now in 

Shah's Trading Co., Selangor. 

Cutting, Henry Mason ; born 1865. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Cutting, 17 Avenue du Bois de Boulogne, Paris. 
Class. Mid. IVth— Upper IVth. School Prefect; Second 
Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1882. 

Clare College, Cambridge. Dead. 

D'Angibau, Alfred; born 1865. Belcher— Mackie. 

Son of W. D'Angibau, 10 Cavendish Place, Bath. Mod. 
Bill. Left Mids. 1883. 

In a bank at Torquay. 

Danks, Reginald Martin ; born 1866. Bryans. 

Son of B. Danks, Hartlebury. Class. Illrd — Upper IVth. 
House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1885. 

Charlton House, Hartlebury, Kidderminster, 



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Drew, Tom Maxwell, Capt. ; born 1869. Dretv. 

Son of Henry Drew, Peamore, Exeter. Class. Junior School. 
Left Mids. 1881. 

Afterwards at Leamington College ; 17th (Leicestershire) Regt. 
1888 ; sometime Garrison Instructor in Signalling ; Capt. 
1897 ; fought in the South African War (Medal and two 
Clasps) ; Adjutant 5th Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. (M.) 

1903-5- 

2nd Batt. Leicestershire Regt., Meeanee Barracks, Colchester; 

and Naval and Military Club, Piccadilly, W. 

Fiennes, Caryl Wentworth Twistleton-Wykeham ; born 1869. 
School House. Son of Hon. and Rev. Wingfield S. T.-W. 
Fiennes, Newport Pagnell, Bucks. Class. Junior School. 
Left 1882. 

Afterwards at O. M.C., Oxford; Manager for Ireland for 
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society ; J. P. for County of 
Dublin. Tansey House, Howth, Co. Dublin. 

Filgate, William Townley George Seymour Macartney- ; born 1864. 
Foster. Son of T. P. H. Macartney-Filgate, Lowtherstone, 
Balbriggan, Co. Dublin. Mod. B II. House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1882. 

East Indian Business, Liverpool, 1882-92 ; Irish Secretary, 
Royal Commission, Paris Exhibition, 1900 ; Director, 
Department of Agriculture (Ireland Section), Cork Inter- 
national Exhibition, 1902 ; World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904 ; 
Inspector for Industries in Department of Agriculture and 
Technical Instruction for Ireland since 1900 ; J.P. for County 
of Dublin ; Esquire of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem ; 
appointed Foreign Correspondent of the Imperial Technische 
Gewerke Museum, Vienna. Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 

Fisher, Joseph Charles. Belcher. 

Son of Mrs. Fisher, Arcachon, Gironde. Mod. Bill. House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1881. 

Gifford, Edward Herbert ; born 1864 • School House. 

Son of Hon. and Rev. J. Gifford, Siddington Rectory, 
Cirencester. Mod. Bill. Left Mids. 1882. 

Capt. 1st R. D. Y. C. (retired). 



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Hall, Henry Baker ; born 1866. Foster. 

Son of William H. Hall, Pratting Magna, Lutterworth. 
Class Lower IVth-Mid. IVth. Left Mids. 1882. 

Edinburgh University; M.B. and CM. (First Class Honours) 
1 891 ; Navy Medical Service ; Surgeon, H.M.S. A'elsou, 1892 ; 
Staff Surgeon, H.M.S. Endymion, 1904. 

H.M.S. Etidymion, Channel Fleet. 

Hatch, Arthur Herbert ; born 1864. School House. 

Son of Rev. Edwin Hatch, D.D. Class. Shell— Vth. House 
Prefect. Left Easter 1882. 

Balliol College, Oxford ; B.A. 1888 ; Assistant Master at Kent 
House School, Eastbourne, to December 1891 ; since at 
Lam brook, Bracknell. Grosvenor Club, Bond Street, W. 

Hughes, Samuel Henry ; born 1864. School House. 

Mod. B IV.— III. Left Mids. 1882. 

Ivesqn, Lancelot Crooke ; born 1866. School House. 

Son of Albert Iveson, Gainsborough. Mod. IV. — II. 
Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 

1883. 

Solicitor ; Clerk to Magistrates ; Superintendent Registrar of 
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. The Hollies, Gainsborough. 

* Jenkins, Henry Martyn ; born 1864. Day Boy. 

Son of J. S. Jenkins, Malvern. Class. IHrd — Upper IVth. 
House Prefect. Left Mids. 1883. 

Solicitor. Rose Villa, Great Malvern. 

Jones, Edmund Herbert, Rev. ; born 1870. Belcher — Mackie — Faber. 
Son of Richard Jones, Poulstone, Ross. Class. Junior 
School— Shell. School Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Mids. 1889. 

Worcester College, Oxford ; B.A. 1895 ; Wells Theological 
College ; ordained 1896 ; Curate of Caversham 1896-1901 ; 
now Curate of Weston-on-Trent. Weston-on-Trent, Staffs. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Kendrick, Thomas Henry ; born 1866. Spear. 

Son of Thomas Kendrick, Trinity Road, Birchfield, Birming- 
ham. Junior School — Mod. I. House Prefect; House 
Eleven Cricket and Football ; School Organist. Left Easter 
1885. 

In business. Summer Works, Summer Lane, Birmingham. 

Kendrick, Frederick William ; born 1867. 

Brother of abjve. Class. Junior School — Shell. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Football. Left Easter 1886. 

In business. Summer Works, Summer Lane, Birmingham. 

Manning, George Arthur. Belcher. 

Son of G. F. Manning, 18 Russell Road, Kensington. Mod. 
BII. House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1881. 

Went to South Africa. 

McKay, William Reed ; born 1865. School House. 

Son of Mrs McKay, 31 Beresford Road, Birkenhead. Mod. 
B IV.— I. Left Chr. 1882. 

McKie, William Murray ; born 1866. Bryans. 

Son of Mrs. Lawrence, Ernespie, Castle Douglas, Scotland. 
Mod. B IV.— III. Left Easter 1882. 

McKie, James Archibald ; born 1866. Bryans. 

Twin -brother of above. Mod. B IV. —III. Left Easter 
1882. 

Moore, Bernard Wetherall. Bryans, 

Son of W. B. Moore, 62 Belsize Park Gardens, Hampstead, 
N.W. Class. Upper IVth. Left Easter 1881. 

* Polehampton, Edward Henry, Rev. ; born 1866 Belcher — AJackie. 
Exhibitioner. Son of Rev. T. S. Polehampton, Oporto. 
Class. Lower IVth — Vlth. School Prefect ; Second Eleven 
Football ; Second Eleven Cricket ; Latin Verse ; Latin Prose ; 
Greek Prose. Left Mids. 1885. 

Scholar of Queen's College, Oxford ; Second Class Class. 
Mods.; B.A. 1889; First Class Lit. Hum.; Lecturer at 

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Queen's College; ordained 1891 ; Curate of St. Matthew's, 
Walsall ; St. Mary's, Handsworth ; Vice-Principal of Lichfield 
Theological College ; Rector of Little Ellingham with Great 
Ellingham. Little Ellingham Rectory, Attleborouqh, Norfolk. 

* Rodger, William Frederick Graham; born 1866. Drew —Spear. 
Son of G. Rodger. Cheltenham. Mod. B IV.— III. Left 
Mids. 1883. Newton Bank, Preston Brook, Warrington. 

Rooke, Ernest Morley; born 1865. Foster. 

Son of Thomas M. Rooke, M.D, Cheltenham. Mod. 
BIV. Left 1881. 

Guy's Hospital; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., London, 1892; L.S.A. 
1891 ; late Chief Medical Officer Bengal-Nagpur State 
Railway; Civil Surgeon, South African Field Force, 1899- 
1900 (Medal and two Clasps). 

4 Evelyn Mansions, Carlisle Place, Loudon, S,W. 

Roopb, Walter ; born 1866. Day Boy— Spear. 

Son of Mrs. Roope, Fairleigh, Reigate. Class. Lower IVth 
—Middle IVth. House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1884. 
Died October 1904. 

Symmons, Percy Wilson; born 1865. Foster. 

Son of R. F. Symmons, Colchester. Mod. Junior School — 
BIV. Left Mids. 1882. 

King's College, London ; Civil Engineer and A.M.I.C.E. 

19 Lexden Road, Colchester. 

Tanner, Archibald Emilius Gosset- ; born 1867. Foster. 

Son of Rev. J. Gosset -Tanner, Emmanuel Church. Maida 
Hill. Class. Illrd— Vth. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1885. 
Christ Church, Oxford. Ulverston, Tasmania. 

Thomas, Robert Stanley ; born 1867. Drew. 

Son of Henry D. Thomas, Staplake Mount, Starcross, 
Devon. Class. Illrd. Left Mids. 1881. 
Afterwards at Leamington College ; Jesus College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. 1887; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1892; M.D. 1897; in prac- 
tice at 5 Carlton Hill, Exmouth, Devon. 

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Thomas, Lewis Drew ; born 1868. Drew. 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd — Lower IVth. Left 
Mids. 1881. 

Afterwards at Leamington College ; Solicitor. 

Chessington, Extnouth. 

Wallace, Percy Maxwell; born 1863. School House. 

Son of Rev. James Wallace, Loughborough. Class. Vlth. 
School Prefect. . Left Chr. 1881. 

Scholar of Lincoln College, Oxford ; Second Class Classical 
Mods.; Goldsmith Exhibitioner ; B.A. 1885 ; Third Class 
Lit. Hum ; Professor of English Literature in the Mo- 
hammedan Anglo-Oriental College, Aligarh, N.W.P., India, 
1887-90 ; Examiner in the University of Allahabad 1889-90 ; 
Assistant Secretary London Society for the Extension of 
University Teaching 1891-1901 ; Secretary to Senate, Uni- 
versity of London, 1901 ; Editor of Tennyson's The Princess. 

5 Kensington Crescent, Kensington, W. 

Wbbb, Franklin ; born 1867. Bryam. 

Son of R. Webb, Holt, Norfolk. Class. Junior School — 
Lower IVth. Paperchase Eleven. Left Mids. 1884. 

Nikan Niu, Koputarna, Manawatu, N.Z. 

Wynn, John Herbert; born 1868. Bryans. 

Son of J. Wynn, Northfield. Junior School — Mod. II. 
Left Chr. 1883. 

In business. Harborne, Birmingham. 



Entries in January, 1881. 

* Baines, Edward ; born 1865. Belcher— Mackie. 

Son of E. T. Baines, Arcachon, France. Class. Illrd — 
Upper IVth. Paperchase Eleven. Left Mids. 1884. 
2nd Batt. West India Regiment ; Captain 1895. Sierra Leone. 

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Baker, Thomas Robert ; born 1867. Drew — Graham — Bayfield. 

Son of R. N. G. Baker, Salutary Mount, Heavitree, Exeter. 
Class. Illrd. House Prefect. Left 1885. 

Went to Australia for his health, and died on returning to 
England in 1886. 

Barker, Kenward Stuart ; born 1863. Foster. 

Son of C. D. Barker, Malvern. Class. Upper IVth. House 
Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket. Left 1882. 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; since Land Agent. 

Radnor House, Malvern. 

* Baxter, Arthur Henry; born 1871. Exhibitioner. Drew — 
Graham— Bayfield. Son of S. T. Baxter, Florence. Junior 
School— Shell. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 

Mids. 1888. 

Passed into R. M. C, Sandhurst, 1891, but did not enter. 

1307 Bolton Street, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. A . 

Bent, Rowland Theodore ; born 1868. Mackie. 

Son of W. T. Bent, 30 Johnson Street, Liverpool. Class. 
Junior School — Illrd. Left Chr. 1882. 

Johnson Street, Liverpool. 

Benwell, Charles. Foster. 

Son of Lieut. Col. Benwell, Leckhampton Hall, Cheltenham. 
Class. Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1881. 

Cole, Reginald Sore; born 1865. Exhibitioner. School House. 

Son of Rev. G. E. Cole, Barn burgh Rectory, Doncaster. 
Mod. B II.— Class. Shell. Left Easter 1884. 

Scholar of Emmanuel College, Cambridge; B.A. (10th 
Wrangler) 1888; Second Class, Part II., Natural Science 
Tripos, 1890 ; Assistant Demonstrator at Cavendish Labora- 
tory, Cambridge; now Assistant Master at Merchiston. 

Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh. 
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Cooke, Howard Francis Vernon ; born 1867. Drew— Graham- 
Bayfield. Minor Scholar. Son of Rev. R. H. Cooke, Hea- 
laugh, Tadcaster. Class. Middle IVth— Vth. House Prefect ; 
House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Easter 1886. 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B. A. (Junior Optime) 1889 ; 
University Trial Eights ; Assistant Master at Private School 
188990 ; Electrical Engineer in Bradford. 

Parent's Address; and c/o H. M. Leaf, Esq., 47 Victoria Street, S.W. 

Dennis, Heny Dyke. Belcher. 

Son of Henry Dennis, Newhall, Ruabon. Mod. B IV. Left 
Easter 1881. 

Died of typhoid fever at Tuam, Ireland, 1881. 

Dudley, Hugh Dudley Waddell ; born 1867. Foster. 

Son of Rev. W. O. Waddell Dudley, St. Stephen's, St. 
Alban's. Class. Junior School — Vth. School Prefect; 
Second Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1886. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1888 ; Land Agent. 

St. Stephen's, St. Alban's. 

Ely, Edwyn Anthony Silvester, Capt. ; born 1868. Spear r 

Son of Rev. E. A. Ely, Bwlch Trewyn, Abergavenny. 
Class. IHrd— Mod. III. Left Easter 1884. 

Capt. 1 6th (Bedfordshire) Regiment; fought in the South 
African War ; n©w retired. Langton, Blandford, Dorset. 

Fawcett, William Claude ; born 1868. Bryans. 

Son of William Rhodes Fawcett. Class. IHrd — Shell. 
House Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Chr. 1885. 

Solicitor (Honours Solicitors' Final Exam. 1901). 

Stainton Grange, Stockton-on-Tees. 

George, James Morgan Tomkins ; born 1866. Belcher — Machie. 

House Scholar. Faber Exhibition. Son of Rev. J. B, 

George, Peasehall Vicarage, Suffolk. Class. Upper IVth— 

Vlth. Junior Chapel Prefect. Left Mids. 1885. 

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fourth place in open examination 1885, and final examination 
1887 ; B. A. 1887 ' Second Class Oriental Studies ; Assistant 
Commissioner, Burma ; Officiating Under-Secretary to Chief 
Commissioner. Died 1895. 

Gillam, Henry ; born 1865. Foster. 

Son of Rev. T. H. Gillam, 55 Waldegrave Park, Twicken- 
ham. Class. Mid. IVth— Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1882. 

Hope, Edmund Louis ; born 1866. ScAeol House. 

Son of the Hon. C. Hope, Bridge Castle, Bathgate, 
Scotland. Mod. BIV.— I. Left Mids. 1883. 

Dandot, Punjab, India. 

Jkffcock, William Parky n ; born 1865. Bryans. 

Son of Rev. J. T. Jeffcock, late Rector of Wolverhampton. 
Mod. B IV.— II. Left Mids. 1884. 

St. Peter's College, Cambridge; enlisted in the Army; 12th 
Royal Lancers ; Lieut. Queen's Own Yorkshire Dragoons ; 
served in the South African War with 3rd Batt. I.Y.,and 
promoted to Captain, 1904. West Common, near St. Alban's. 

Jobson, John Ernest. Belcher. 

Son of J. Jobson, Alvarton, Derby. Class. Third. Left 
Mids. 1881. 
Farming in Canada. 

Spondon Farm, File Hills, Fort Qu'Appelle, N.W.T., Canada. 

# Kempson, Henry ; born 1866. Exhibitioner. Bryans. 

Son of Rev. E. A. Kempson, Claverdon Vicarage, Warwick. 
Class. Upper IVth-VIth. School Prefect; First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; Paperchase Eleven. Latin 
Prose. Left Mids. 1885. 

Christ Church, Oxford ; Second Class Classical Mods. ; B.A. 
1889 ; Assistant Master at Evelyns School 1889-92 ; since at 
Malvern College; Hon. Sec., O. M. Society. 

5 The Lees, Malvern. 

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Kilvert, Henry John Miner. Spear. 

Son of J. M. Kilvert. Lower School. Left Chr. 1881. 

Levick, John Radnor ; born 1866. Drew — Graham. 

Son of Mrs. Gwynne, 36 Brunswick Gardens, Kensington, W. 
Mod. BIV. Left Chr. 1882. 

# Luckham, John Bennett ; born 1866. School House. 

Head Master's Scholar. Son of Alex. M. Luckham, Combe 
Leigh, Parkstone, Dorset. Class. Shell — Vlth. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; 
Shooting Eight ; Greek Verse. Left Mids. 1885. 

Classical Exhibitioner, Magdalene College, Cambridge; B.A. 
1888 ; Third Class Classical Tripos ; Headmaster of Gorse 
Cliff School, Boscombe, Hants. Boscotnbe, Hants. 

Mapleton, Harvey William ; born 1865. Exhibitioner. School House. 
Son of Rev. H. M. Mapleton, Badgworth Rectory, Axbridge. 
Somerset. Class. Upper IVth— Vth. House Prefect. Left 
Mids. 1884. 

St. John's College, Oxford; B.A. 1888; Private Schoolmaster. 
Bracknell Cottage, Hartley Wintney, Winchfield, Hants. 

Mitchell, Francis John ; born 1868. Foster. 

Son of G. Mitchell, Hopeton, Rathgar, County Dublin. 

Modern Junior School — B II. House Eleven Football. 
Left Chr. 1885. 

Pardoe, James Homfray ; born 1869. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Pardoe, Malvern. Class. IHrd — Upper IVth. 
Left Mids. 1885. Dead. 

* Pike, Thelwell Mather ; born 1866. House Scholar. Drew— Spear. 

Son of Dr. Thelwell Pike, St. Cuthbert's, Malvern. Class. 

Shell— Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket (capt.) ; 

First Eleven Football ; Dowdeswell Prize. Left Mids. 1885. 

Scholar of Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Senior Op time) 

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1888; Cambridge University Association Football 1886-8; 
played for England v. Ireland 1886 ; Schoolmaster at 

Weybridge School, Weybridge. 

*Pike, Harry Swetenham ; born 1870. Day Boy—Spear. 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd— Vlth. Senior Chapel 
Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket; First Eleven Football ; Lieut. 1 

Cadet Corps ; Gym. Pair at Aldershot ; Greek Prose. Left 1 

Mids. 1 891. 

R. I. E. C, Cooper's Hill ; in Indian Telegraph Service. 

c/e of H. S. King & Co., Calcutta. 

Rutherford, Archibald Rawlinson Oliver ; born 1865 . School House. 
Son of Major Rutherford, late 70th Regt. Mod. III. Left 
Easter 1881. 

Mercantile Marine; received Bronze Medal, Royal Humane 
Society of Australasia, for efforts to save life at sea, 1886 ; 
since in fleet of Nippon Yusen Kaisha Co. 

How End, Windermere. 

Stevens, Cecil Robert ; born 1867. House Scholar. Spear. 

Son of Charles Cecil Stevens, I.C.S., Board of Revenue, 
Calcutta. Class. Shell — Vth. House Prefect ; House 
Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1885. 

London University ; Exhibition in Zoology ; Open Science 
Scholarship, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 1885 ; Foster 
Anatomy Prize ; M.B., First Class Honours, 1891 ; Capt. 
Indian Medical Service 1893. 

32 Har court Terrace, S. W. ; and Bengal, India. 

Toller, Seymour Graves ; born 1866. Exhibitioner. Foster. 

Son of Ebenezer Toller. Class. Mid. IVth— Vth. School 
Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1884. 
St. Thomas's Hospital ; M.B. (London) ; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. ; 
Natural Science Scholarship ; Gold Medallist, Apothecaries' 
Hall, 1887 ; Mead Medallist, St. Thomas's Hospital, 1889 ; 
First on the list of First Class Honours in Medicine; 
University Scholarship and Gold Medal ; House Physician ; 

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House Surgeon; Ophthalmic House Surgeon; Medical 
Registrar and Demonstrator of Practical Medicine, St. 
Thomas's Hospital; Professor of Medicine to Egyptian 
Government. Died at Cairo 1902. 

Wilcocks, Henry Madgwick Dansey. Drew. 

Son of H. Wilcocks, Gipsy Hill, Pinhoe, Exeter. Class. 
IHrd. Left Mids. 1881. 

Afterwards at Leamington College. In business. 

Crosse House, Alp king ton, near Exeter, 



Entries in May, 1881. 

Alston, R. Douglas ; born 1865. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Douglas Alston, Hill House, Tooting. Class. 
Mid. IVth— Upper IVth. House Eleven Cricket and Foot- 
ball. Left Chr. 1882. 

Barker, Cecil Grant ; born 1868. Bryans. 

Son of Henry J. Barker, Pern bridge Square, W. Class. 
Lower IVth — Shell. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket 
and Football. Left Easter 1883. 

London Stock Exchange. 16a Pembridge Square, Bays water, W. 

Barnard, Vincent, Rev. ; born 1867. Spear. 

Son of F. Barnard, Glenwood, Weston-super-Mare. Class. 
Upper IVth — Vth. House Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 
1882. 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. ; ordained ; formerly 
Assistant Master at Blair Lodge. |8 The Paragon, Clifton. 

Barton, Robert Cecil Eustace, Rev. Belcher. 

Son of Rev. J. Barton, Hadley Vicarage, Wellington. Left 
Chr. 1881. 

St. Bee's College ; ordained 1890 ; Curate of Canton, Cardiff, 
1892-98; Ilkeston 1901. Ilkeston, Nottingham. 

Barton, James Herbert Cooper. BeUher. 

Brother of above. Left Chr. 1881. 

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Beale, Frederick Sheriff, Rev. ; born 1865. Drew— Graham — 
Bayfield. Son of S. M. Beale, Worcester. Class. Illrd — 
Shell. House Prefect. Left Chr. 1884. 

University College, Durham ; B.A. 1888 ; ordained 1888 ; 
Curate of Blandford Forum 1881-1894; South Molton 
1894-9 ; Blandford 1899. Methuen House, Blandford. 

Cumming, Charles Malcolm ; born 1867. Foster. 

Son of Charles E. D. Cumming, Upper Tooting. Class. 
Illrd- Middle IVth. Left Mids. 1884. 

In Ceylon 1888 ; now Coffee Planting. 

Welds Hill Estate, Selangor. 

Dangar, James Herbert ; born 1868. School House. 

Son of Rev. Prebendary J. G. Dangar, D.D., The Training 
College, Exeter. Junior School. Left Easter 1882. 

Now in America. Parent's Address. 

Drew, Herbert Frank ; born 1869. Drew. 

Son of William Drew, Bradninch, Devon. Left Mids. 1881. 
Afterwards at Leamington College ; Newspaper Reporter. 
Died 1889. 

Edwards, Charles Leonard, Rev. ; born 1868. Belcher— Mackie. 
Son of Rev. J. Edwards, Minety Vicarage, Malmesbury. 
Class. Illrd. Left Chr. 1880. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge; B.A. (Senior Optime) 1890; 
Ely Theological College 1891 ; ordained 1891 ; Assistant 
Curate of Chipping Norton 1891 ; Vicar of Lingen 1893. 

Lingen Vicarage, Brampton Brian, R.S.O., Herefordshire. 

Faber, Charles Edward ; born 1866. School House. 

Son of Henry Grey Faber, Stockton-on-Tees. Class. 
Middle IVth. Left Easter 1882. 

Fisher, William Henry; born 1866. Mackie. 

Son of Mrs. E. A. Fisher, Hopeville, Bridge of Allan, 
Stirlingshire. Class. Middle IVth— Vth. Second Eleven 
Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1888. 

Caius College, Cambridge; B.A. 1888; Honours Natural 
Science Tripos; M.B., B.C., 1892. Fakenham, Norfolk. 



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Fisher, William Fellowes ; born 1864. Graham. 

Son of J. Fisher, Spring Bank House, Dudley. Mod. III. 
Left Mids. 1882. 

Fowler, Edward Seymour ; born 1866. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. H. Fowler, Barn wood Vicarage, Gloucester. 
Class. Middle IVth— Shell. House Prefect. Left Easter 1883. 

Died at Davos Platz, July 22nd, 1893. 

Hare, Maynard ; born 1866. Bryans. 

Son of Major F. M. Hare, Surbiton. Mod. III. — I. House 
Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1883. 

Banking Profession. 

Harding, Herbert ; born 1865. School House. 

Son of George Harding, Bebington, Cheshire. Mod. III. — 
Class. Shell. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First 
Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1883. 

Shipping. 31 James Street, Liverpool. 

Harding, Lansdown. Drew. 

Son of J. Harding, 1 Higher Summerlands, Exeter. Left 
Mids. 1881. 

Afterwards at Leamington College ; London University ; 
LL.B. ; Solicitor. ti Leadenhall Street, London, E.C. 

* Harvey, Edward Key; born 1868. Foster. 

Son of Edward Harvey, Upper Tooting, S. W. Junior School 
—Mod. I. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 
1886. 

London Stock Exchange. 88 Coleherne Court , South Kensington. 

Healing, Leonard Joseph ; born 1865. Foster. 

Son of W. G. Healing, Tewkesbury. Left Chr. 1881. 
Afterwards at Cheltenham College ; Electrical Engineer. 

70 Main Street, Yokohama, Japan. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Hellman, R. B. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. Hellman, 22 St. John's Villas, Upper Hollo way. 
Left same term. 

Now in America. 

Matchett, Anwyl Charles ; born 1868. Bryans. 

Son of Rev. A. Matchett, Trimingham, Norfolk. Class. 
Illrd— Shell. Left Chr. 1883. 

M.B., CM., Edin., 1893 ; Medical Officer Port of Hull Fisher- 
men Protection Society. Old Bank House, Milford Haven. 

Mynors, Aubrey Baskerville, Rev. ; born 1865. Bryans. 

Son of Rev. W. Baskerville Mynors, Llanwarne Rectory, 
Hereford. Class. Upper IVth — VltlT. School Prefect; 
House Eleven Cricket ; Lea Shakespeare. Left Chr. 1883. 

Oriel College, Oxford; B.A. 1887; ordained 1889; Curate of 
Portsea 1889-97 ; Rector of Langley Burrell 1899. 

Langley Burrell Rectory, Chippenham , Wilts. 

* Norris, Ernest Edward, Major ; born 1865. School House. 

Son of J. E. Norris, J. P., D.L., Herefordshire. Class. Shell. 
Left Chr. 1881. 

R. M. A., Woolwich, 1882; Major R.F.A. (32nd Field Battery). 

c\o Messrs. Cox <5r* Co., Charing Cross, S. W. 

Pring, Walter John ; born 1865. Drew. 

Son of Walter Pring, Northlands, Exeter. Junior School. 
Left Mids. 1881. 

Afterwards at Leamington College ; Solicitor ; Devon County 
R.U. Football Team. Rochelle, Exeter. 

Pring, Horace Reginald ; born 1869. Drew. 

Brother of above. Junior School. Left Mids. 1881. 

Afterwards at Leamington College; St. Thomas's Hospital; 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., London, 1894; L.D.S., R.C.S.. Eng- 
land, 1900. 1 Highbury Place, N. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Scott, William Scrimgeour ; born 1867. Foster. 

Son of Charles Scott, Lloyds, London, E.C. Mod. III.— I. 
House Prefect. Left Easter 1885. 

Now in India. 



Standen, Gilbert Edward ; born 1870. Mackie. 

Son of Joseph Henry Standen, 40 Courtfield Gardens, 
Kensington, S.W. Class. Illrd— Mod. I. School Prefect ; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1887. 

The Old House, Mar low, Bucks. 

* Thorne, Edwin Ludlow ; born 1867. Foster. 

Son of E. R. Thorne, 14 St. John's Wood Park, N.W. 
Mod. B IV.— II. Left Mids. 1884, 

In business. 10 Harley House, Harley Street* W. ; 

and 170 Cromwell Road % S. W. 

Thorne, Henry Staples ; born 1869. Foster. 

Brother of above. Junior School — Mod. IV. Left Easter 
1883. 



Tinsley, James ; born 1866. School House. 

Son of James Tinsley, Warrington. Mod. IV. — II. House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1884. 

In business. 



Warden, George Archibald Ponsonby Hume ; born 1864. School 
House. Son of G. A. Warden, Sedbergh, Yorks. Mod. 
B III.— II. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1882. 

Bareilly, Bengal. 

Weatherall, Edward John ; born 1867. Graham. 

Son of Henry Weatherall, 81 Highbury New Park, London. 
Mod. Bill.— II. Left Chr. 1882. 

21 Be/size Park Gardens, Hampstead, N. W. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Entries in September, 1881. 

Brundrit, Arthur Fernley ; born 1865. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. Mathieson, Bewsey New Hall, Warrington. 
Class. Lower IVth— Vth. First Eleven Football; House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1883. 

In Mathieson' s Chemical Works, Runcorn. 

Buckfields, Croxteth Road, Liverpool. 

Burness, James ; born 1867. School House. 

Son of J. A. Burness, Gifford House. St. John's Park, 
Blackheath. Class. IHrd — Middle IVth. House Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1884. Dead. 

Eagles, Ernest Arthur ; born 1867. Bryans. v 

Son of H. Eagles, Walsall. Class. IHrd— Upper IVth. 

* Ely, William Anthony Silvester ; born 1869. Spear, 

Son of Rev. E. A. Ely, Bwlch Trewyn, Abergavenny. 
Junior School — Shell. School Prefect; Second Eleven 
Football; House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1886. 

Grafton House, Hereford. 

Halford, Harry Sebastian. Mac kit. 

Son of J. V. Halford, 176 Earl's Court Road, Kensington. 
Left Chr. 1881. 

* Harington, Herbert Hastings ; born 1868. Foster. 

Son of H. B. Harington, 22 Mornington Avenue, W. Ken- 
sington. Class. IHrd — Mod. I. School Prefect; Second 
Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1886. 

Commissioned I.S.C. 1888; Capt. 92nd Punjabis. 

do Thomas Cook <5r* Sons, Rangoon. 

* Jones, Percy Tilley ; born 1866. Mackie. 

Son of T. C. Jones, 65 Veille Route, Antwerp. Class. Lower 
IVth— Vth. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Mids. 1884. 
Shipbroker ; Capt. Antwerp F. C; 1900-2. 

78 Rue St. Hubert, Antwerp. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Martin, Ernest Edward. School House. 

Son of Edwin Martin, The Grove, Worth, Surrey. Left 
same term. 

Robinson, Temple Augustus; born 1867. Graham- 

Son of Sir W. Robinson, Colonial Governor. Mod. IV. — 
II. Left Chr. 1884. 

Rowlands, Rolla ; born 1867. School House. 

Son of Joseph Rowlands, Lickey Grange, Bromsgrove. 
Mod. III.— II. Left Chr. 1883. Parent's Address. 

Tinsley, Charles Herbert ; born 1867. School House. 

Son of James Tinsley, Stockton Lodge, near Warrington. 
Class. IHrd — Shell. House Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1885. 

In business. Address unknown. 

Turner, John ; born 1869. Bryans. 

Son of Rev. Alfred Turner, Lydenhurst, Auckland Road, 
Upper Norwood, S.E. Class. Junior School — Shell. House 
Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 
1887. 
Electrical Engineer. 
c/o Westminster Electric Supply Corporation, Eccleston Place, Belgravia. 

Verity, Frederick Gerald Bernard ; born 1867. Spear. 

Son of G. H. Verity, Fairfax, Belsize Park, London, N.W. 
Class. IHrd— Mid. IVth. Left Chr. 1883. Parent's Address. 

Watson, Francis Arthur ; born 1865. Spear. 

Son of R. B. Watson, 15 Philpot Lane, E.C. Class. 
Middle IVth— Shell. House Prefect. Left Easter 1883. 

Brisbane, Australia. 

Wiehe, Maurice William ; born 1866. Spear. 

Class. Lower IVth— Mod. II, Left Easter 1885. 



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Young, Henry Rowland ; born 1866. School House. 

Son of W. J. Young, Wolviston Hall, Stockton on-Tees. 
Class. Hlrd. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1884. 

Address unknown* 



Entries in January, 1882. 

Aldridge, James Eyre ; born 1866. School House. 

Sou of Rev. Prebendary W. W. Aldridge, Woolavington 
Rectory, Bridgwater. Class. Lower IVth — Shell. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1885. 

Worcester College, Oxford ; Oxford University and Somerset 
R.U. Fifteen; in business. St. Mary's, Weston-super-Mare. 

Bennitt, Arthur Edward ; born 1866. School House. 

Son of Samuel Bennitt, Harborne. Class. Middle IVth — 
Upper IVth. Left Easter 1884. 

Cashier in Scottish Union Insurance Company. 

Clent House, Harborne, Staffs. 

Browne, Harold Kyffin; born 1868. Foster. 

Son of Rev. L. S. R. Browne, Mellington, Newlands, Cape 
Colony. Mod. III. —II. House Eleven Football. Left 
Easter 1883. 
In business in London and South Africa 1883-89; went into 
Mashonaland with Pioneer Column 1890 (Sergeant A Troop, 
B.S.A.C.P.); in charge of the 7-pounder R. M. L. Gun at 
Massi Kessi, May nth, 1891 ; since 1901 cattle farming in 
N.E. Rhodesia. 7"Ae Ranch, Fort Jameson, N.E. Rhodesia. 

*Bryans, Harold M. ; born 1866. Bryans. 

Son of R. Bryans, 9 St. Aidan's Terrace, Birkenhead. 
Class. Hlrd — Upper IVth. House Prefect ; Paperchase 
Eleven. Left Easter 1885. 

Fern Bank, Park Road West, Birkenhead. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society, 



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Burlton, Alfred Ralph, Capt. ; born 1867. Exhibitioner. Bryans. 
Son of Mrs. Burlton, 1 Park Villas, Polsloe Road, Exeter. 
Mod. III.— I. Left Mids. 1884. 

Indian Staff Corps ; Captain 1897 ( s aad T Corps). 

Clarke, Robert William ; born 1867. School House. 

Son of W. Clarke, M.D., Bell Ground, Tankersley, Barnsley. 
Class. Shell— Vth. Left Easter 1883. 

Evans, William Lewes ; born 1868. Graham. 

Mod. III.— II. Left Mids. 1882. 

Scholar of Oxford Military College ; now Assistant Secretary 
Principal Insurance Company in Buenos Ayres. 

Gamble, Henry ; born 1868. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. Gamble, St. Helen's, Lancashire. Class. IHrd — 
Shell. School Prefect. Left Chr. 1887. 

Chemical Manufacturer. St. Helen's. 

Gifford, Algernon Langton ; born 1867. School House. 

Son of Hon, and Rev. J. Gifford, late of Siddington Rectory, 
Cirencester. Left Mids. 1884. Dead. 

* Hansard, Richard Massey ; born 1867. Minor Scholar. Foster. 
Son of A. Hansard, St. John, Canada, N.B. Class. Mid. IVth 
— Vlth. School Prefect; First Eleven Football (capt.); 
House Eleven Cricket ; Paperchase Eleven. Left Chr. 1886. 
Oriel College, Oxford ; B. A. 1890 ; Assistant Master, The Wells 
House, Malvern Wells, 1890-1900; Survey Department, 
P. W. M., Cairo. Cairo. 

Haslip, George Henry ; born 1868. School House. 

Son of G. Haslip, Upper Twickenham. Class. IHrd — 
Lower IVth. Left Easter 1884. 

Hblme, Cuthbert Basil ; born 1869. Graham. 

Son of Mrs. Helme, Broadneld Court, Leominster. Junior 
School — Mod. III. House Eleven Cricket and Football. 
Left Chr. 1885. 

In Australia. 

• Member of Old Malverniau Society. 



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Hemingway, John : born 1867. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Hemingway, Richmond. Class. Illrd— Mod. II. 
Left Easter 1884. 

St. Thomas' Hospital; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., London, 1891 ; 
practising as a Doctor and Public Vaccinator at 

51 Prince's Road, Wimbledon, 

* Hilliard, Edward ; born 1867. &&y Boy, 

Son of Capt. G. E. A. Hilliard, Ickenham Hall, Uxbridge. 
Class. Illrd — Vlth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket 
and Football ; Hare and Hounds Cap ; Gymnasium Six ; 
Foley French Prize. Left Mids. 1887. 

Magdalen College, Oxford ; B.A. 1891, Honours in Mod. Hist. ; 
Barrister, Inner Temple ; Tutor of Balliol College, Oxford ; 
Fellow and Joint Bursar of Balliol College 1905. 

Balliol College, Oxford, 

Hilliard, George Edward Anstruther, Rev. ; born 1870. Day Boy. 
Brother of above. Junior School — Mod. III. Left Easter 
1889. 

Durham University; B.A. 1893; ordained 1900; Vicar of 
Ficksburg, O.R.C 

The Vicarage, Ficksburg, O.R.C, South Africa. 

Kitchin, Frederick Harcourt ; born 1867. School House. 

House Scholar. Son of Rev. J. L. Kitchin, Heavitree, 
Exeter. Class. Shell— Vlth. School Prefect ; Dowdeswell 
Prize. Left Easter 1885. 

Scholar of Selwyn College, Cambridge ; B.A. (22nd Wrangler) 
1889 ; Winning University Clinker Fours ; Actuarial Assist- 
ant to Assurance Company, and Journalist. 

Teignmouth, Devon. 

Knight, John Theodore. Graham. 

Son of Rev. H. Knight, Flyford Flavell Rectory, Worcester. 
Left Easter 1882. 

St. John's College, Cambridge. 

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Lba, St. John Wildman ; born 1869. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Lea, Netherton House, Bewdley. Class. Illrd 
— Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 
1887. 

Oriel College, Oxford ; in Bechuanaland Police. 

Lloyd, Cecil Henry. Day Boy, 

Son of Rev. H. D. Lloyd, Malvern. Class. Upper IVth. 
Left Mids. 1882. 

Lowther, Hon. Lancelot Edward; born 1867. School House. 

Son of the Earl of Lonsdale, Cottesmore Hall, Oakham. 
Mod. III. Left Chr. 1883. 

Magdalene College, Cambridge; Master of the Drag; now 
Deputy Master of the Quorn. 

Barrow House, Oakham ; and Bachelors' Club. 

*Milward, Reginald John, Rev.; born 1869. Graham — Bayfield. 
Minor Scholar. Son of J. F. Milward, Redditch. Class. 
Lower IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1888. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1891 ; Second Class Theol. 
Tripos; pupil of Dean Vaughan at Llandaff; ordained 
1894; Curate of All Saints', Monkwearmouth, Sunder- 
land; Houghton-le-Spring, Durham ; Missioner of Pembroke 
College (Cambridge) Mission 1 899-1902 ; Curate of St. Luke's, 
Tranmere, Birkenhead. 

The Myrtles, Higher Tranmere, Birkenhead. 

Moore, Charles ; born 1866. Bryans. 

Son of Henry Moore, Fairfield, Newent. Class. Lower IVth. 
Left Chr. 1882. Dead. 

Murray, Valentine, Major ; born 1867 Minor Scholar. Sfear. 
Son of George Murray, Lincoln's Inn. Mod. BII. — I. 
Chance Prize. Left Mids. 1884. 

R. M.A., Woolwich— passed out 4th; Lieutenant R.E. 1886; 
Captain 1896 ; Major 1904 ; fought in the South African War 
1899-1902 (Queen's Medal and three Clasps, King's Medal 
and two Clasps). Traffic Supt.;N. W. Railway, Lahore. 

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Pitman, Alfred Cyril, Capt. ; born 1867. Machie. 

Son of Major Pitman, Roath. Class. Upper IVth—Vth. 
Left Chr. 1884. 

R. M.A., Woolwich; Captain R.A. 1897; Adjutant, Sussex 
R.G.A. (M). 

Plumptre, John Vallis Nicholl ; born 1867. School House. 

House Scholar. Son of Rev. R. W. Plumptre, Corfe Mullen 
Rectory, Wimborne, Dorset. Class. Shell — Vth. Left 
Mids. 1884. 

University College, Oxford; B.A. 1890; Third Class Law 
Finals ; Solicitor. 8 Princes Street, Lothbury, London. 

Pullan, Herbert William ; born 1868. Spear, 

Son of C. Pullan, Blackheath. Class. IHrd— Middle IVth. 
Left Chr. 1883. 

Rawlinson, Gerald Christopher, Rev. ; born 1868. School House. 
Minor Scholar. Son of Robert Rawlinson, Lansdowne 
Court, Cheltenham. Class. Middle IVth — Vth. School 
Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1887. 

Exeter College, Oxford ; Second Class Modern History ; B.A. 
1892 ; Curate of St. Barnabas, Pimlico, S.W. 

Rudgard, Henry John ; born 1866. School House. 

Class. Lower IVth. Left Easter 1882. 

Stroud, Lewis ; born 1867. Minor Scholar. Spear. 

Son of Frederick Stroud, Lincoln's Inn. Class. Upper IVth 
— Vth. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football ; 
Lambert German Prize. Left Mids. 1884. 

Pembroke College, Oxford ; B.A. 1888 ; Half-blue, Cycling, 
1886-88 ; 25 Miles Tricycle Champion of England 1890 and 
1 891 ; First Amateur Bicycle Champion of France 1891 ; 
Solicitor. 

Durham House, South fields, S. W. ; 19-20 Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

Taylor, Herbert C. ; born 1866. School House. 

Mod. IV.— III. Left Chr. 1882. Hatherley Villas, Cheltenham. 



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hTiffen, Herbert Joseph ; born 1869. Spear. 

Son of Joseph Tiffen, Hull. Class. Middle I Vth—VIth. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; Second Eleven 
Cricket ; English Essay ; Latin Verse. Left Mids. 1888. 

Exhibitioner of Worcester College, Oxford ; Second Class 
Classical Mods. ; Third Class. Lit. Hum. ; B. A. 1892 ; Oxford 
Diploma in Education 1900. Liverpool Institute, Liverpool. 

Titchener, Edward Bradford ; born 1867. School House. 

Head Master's Scholar and Exhibitioner. Son of John T. 

Titchener, Chichester. Class. Vth — Vlth. Junior Chapel 

Prefect ; English Verse ; Latin Prose ; Greek Prose. Left 
Easter 1885. 

Senior Scholar, B. N.C., Oxford, 1885; First Class Classical 
Mods., 1887; Senior Hulmean Exhibitioner; First Class 
Lit. Hum. 1889; B.A. 1890; Leipzig University 1890; 
Ph.D., Leipzig 1892; Assistant Professor of Psychology, 
Cornell University, 1892 ; contributor to Brain, Mind, 
Philosophische Studien, etc. ; Translator of various German 
works on Psychology and Philosophy; F.Z.S. : Fellow of 
the American A.A.S. ; Member of the Aristotelian and 
Neurological Societies of London. 

Pallant House, Cornell Heights, Ithaca, New York, U.S.A. 

Vaughton, Rowland Griffiths ; born 1869. Graham — Bayfield. 

House Scholar. Son of Lieut. -Colonel Theophilus Vaughton, 
R.E. Class. Mid. IVth— Vth. Left Mids. 1884. 

Pembroke College, Oxford; Second Class Math. Mods. ; First 
Class Math. Finals 1891 ; B.A. 1891 ; Articled in Solicitor's 
Office. 7 Cavendish Place, Bath. 

Withycombe, William Maunder, Major; born 1869. School House. 
Son of Mrs. Withycombe, 14 Sydenham Villas, Cheltenham. 
Class. IHrd— Middle IVth. Left Mids. 1884. 
Major Yorkshire L.I. 1902 ; served in the South African War. 

Woodhead, Ambler Frank ; born 1866. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Woodhead, Park Hill Hall, Bowden. Mod. 
III. — II. First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1884. 

* Member of Old Malveruian Society. 



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Entries in May, 1882. 

Bligh, Stanley Price Morgan ; born 1870. School House. 

Son of Oliver Morgan Bligh. Left Chr. 1883. 

Afterwards at Eton; Trinity College, Oxford; B.A. 1892; 
Brecon County Council ; Barrister-at-Law. 

Cilmery, Builth, R.S.O. ; and 6 Crown Office Row, Temple, E.C. 

Crawshay, Charles Herbert. Spear. 

Son of S. Crawshay, 52 Guildford Street, Russell Square. 
Mod. III. Left Chr. 1883. 

D'Angibau, George, Rev. Mackie. 

Son of William D'Angibau, 10 Cavendish Place, Bath. 
Class. Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1883. 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1888 ; ordained 1891 ; 
Curate of North Creake 1891-1902 ; Vicar of Queen Camel 
1902. Queen Camel Vicarage, Bath. 

Gardiner, Walter Douglas ; born 1867. Graham. 

Son of W. Gardiner, Harrogate. Mod. II. Left Chr. 1884. 

Solicitor in Bradford. 

Gardiner, Bertram Cardew ; born 1868. Graham. 

Brother of above. Mod. IV.— I. School Prefect; Second 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1886. 

Greenall, Cyril Edward. School House. 

Son of Rev. Thomas Greenall, Grappenhall Rectory, 
Cheshire. Mod. IV.— III. Left Mids. 1884. 

# Harris, Herbert Evan Cecil ; born 1869. Exhibitioner. Foster. 
Son of Major Harris, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Class. Upper 
IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Mids. 1888. 

Rancher in British Columbia 1892-1903 ; now Land and 
Investment Broker. 

5364 Main Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Hildyard, Robert D'Arcy Maxwell. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Hildyard, 17 The Common, Woolwich. Class. 
Upper IVtb. Left Chr. 1883. 

Innes, Edward Cecil Long ; born 1868. School House. 

Son of Sir George Innes, Colonial Governor. Mod. III. — I. 
School Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; Shooting Eight. 
Left Chr. 1886. 

In Australia. 



Innes, Reginald Heath Long ; born 1869. School House. 

Brother of above. Mod. III. — I. School Prefect; First 
Eleven Football ; Second Eleven Cricket ; Chance Prize. 
Left Chr. 1888. 

Law Scholar, Lincoln's Inn. 

Johnson, Marcus Beauchamp ; born 1867. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Johnson, Farnham, Surrey. Class. IHrd — 
Upper IVth. House Prefect; First Eleven Cricket. Left 
Mids. 1886. 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 

Kennerley, Charles Vincent, Rev. ; born 1867. Day Boy. 

Son of James Kennerley, Malvern. Class. Illrd— Upper IVth. 
Left Chr. 1886. 

Lincoln College, Oxford ; B. A. 1895 * ordained 1896 ; Curate of 
Babbacombe 1896-1900; Vicar of Torpoint 1901. 

Torpoint Vicarage, Devonport. 

Levick, Hugh Gwynne. Graham. 

Son of Mrs. Gwynne, 36 Brunswick Gardens, W. Mod. IV. 
Left Chr. 1882. 



Lloyd, Richard Harvey. School House. 

Son of R. T. Lloyd, Aston Hall, Oswestry. Mod. IU. 
Left Easter 1885. 



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Rawlinson, John Baldwin ; born 1867. School House. 

Son of Robert Rawlinson, Lansdowne Court, Cheltenham. 
Class. Upper IVth — Vth. School Prefect; First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1885. 

B. N. C, Oxford ; B. A. 1888. 36 Sloane Court, S. W. 

Rowlands, Horace John ; born 1869. School House. 

Son of J. Rowlands, Lickey Grange, Bromsgrove. Class. 
Hlrd — Vth. Junior Chapel Prefect ; Second Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1889. 

Exeter College, Oxford ; Half- Blue for Athletics. 

Parent's Address. 

Scallon, Charles Joseph ; born 1866. House Scholar. Foster. 

Son of Thomas N. Scallon. Mod. II. Second Eleven 
Cricket. Left Easter 1883. 

Local Government Service 1883-1894 ; Manager of Estates in 
North and N. W. Queensland 1894- 1902 ; now in Argentine 
Republic. Avenida de Mayo, 748, Buenos Ayres. 



Singleton, William; born 1871. Spear. 

Son of J. J. Singleton, Melbourne, Derbyshire. Class. 
Junior School— Vth. House Prefect ; First Eleven Football. 
Left Easter 1889. 
Edinburgh University. 

Tomkins, Harry Gordon ; born 1867. Foster. 

Son of Dr. Tomkins, Epsom. Class. Lower IVth — Mod. II. 
House Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Chr. 1885. 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge; has since joined Theatrical Pro- 
fession ; played in " Private Secretary," at the Comedy. 

St. Chads, Epsom. 

Ward, Francis Bertie. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Fagge, 40 Medina Villas, West 
Brighton. Class. Vth. Left Chr. 1884. 



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Entries in September, 1882. 

Bell, Kenneth Dowie. Bryans. 

Son of Rev. W. Bell, Southsea. Mod. I. Left Chr. 1883. 

Capt. R.G. A. 1897 ; served in the South African War. 

*Boosey, George Cunningham; born 1866. Foster. 

Son of G. Boosey, The Pines, Bickley Park. Mod. III. — I. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1885. Parent's Address. 

Browne, Augustus Arthur Howe ; born 1868. School House. 

Son of Rev. H. G. Cavendish Browne, Bredon Rectory, 
Tewkesbury. Mod. IV.— Class. Illrd. Left Mids. 1885. 

Parent's Address. 

Browne, Francis Raymond. School House. 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd. Left Mids. 1884. 

Parent's Address. 

Bullock, William Douglas; born 1868. Graham — Bayfield. 

Son of Edward Bullock, 4 Porchester Square, W. Class. 
Lower IVth. House Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1885. 

Land Agent to late Lord Stamford's Trustees. 

Estate Office, Altrincham, Cheshire. 

Carbutt, Edward Goddard. Bryans. 

Son of G. H. Carbutt, 19 Hyde Park Gardens, W. Class. 
Junior School— Vth. Left Mids. 18S8. 

R. H. A. ; fought in the South African War, and was killed in 
action at the Relief of Kimberley 1900. 

Dennis, Stanley Martin. School House. 

Son of J. H. Dennis, Marl field, West Derby, Liverpool. 
Mod. IV. Left Easter 1885. 

Vernon Lodge, Gate acre, near Liverpool. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Dodd, Edward Norman, Rev. ; born 1869. Graham— Bayfield. 

Son of Edward Dodd, Slough. Class. Jun. Sch.— Shell. 

House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1886. 

Cavendish College, Cambridge; B.A. 1891 ; Assistant Master 

Private School 1891-99 ; Principal 1 899-1904; Ordained 1904 ; 

Curate of Wilmslow. 

Moor Lane, Wilmslow. 

Evans, Montagu Bowie ; born 1870. School Bouse. 

Son of J. B. Evans, 20 Lansdowne Place, Cheltenham. 
Class. Jun. Sch. Left Mids. 1885. 

Tea Planter in Ceylon. Minna, Maskeluja. 

Evers, Harold. Foster. 

Son of C. G. Evers, 27 Leadenhall Street, E.C. Class. Mid. 
IVth. Left Easter 1885. 

ffoLKES, Geoffrey Charles Hovell ; born 1867. Graham — Bayfield. 
Son of Rev. H. E. ffolkes, Hillington Rectory, King's Lynn. 
Mod. II. Left Chr. 1883. 

In Lloyd's Bank. Parent's Address. 

Filgate, Clement Henry Ross Macartney ; born 1867. Foster. v 

Son of T. M. Filgate, Lowther Lodge, Balbriggan, 
Co. Dublin. Mod. II. Left Mids. 1884. Parent's Address. 

Fisher, Frederick Hope. School House. 

Son of Mrs. M. A. E. Fisher. Mod. I. Left Easter 1884. 

* Francis, Alfred Williams ; born 1866. Exhibitioner. School House. 
Son of Alfred James Francis, Bruton House, Clifton. 
Mod. II. — I. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; 
Paperchase Eleven ; Chance Prize ; English Essay. Left 
Chr. 1885. 

Solicitor. \Horfield Castle, Horfield, Bristol. 

Harbord, Harbord ; born 1869. Mackie. 

Son of the Hon. Harbord Harbord, Gunton, Norwich. 
Mod. III. Left Mids. 1886. Devonshire Dairy, Worthing. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. f Last address known to Editor. 



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Jeeves, Percival Edward ; born 1866. Day Boy. 

Son of E. Jeeves, Northcote, Alexandra Road, Malvern. 
Mod. III.— I. School Prefect; Second Eleven Football; 
English Essay. Left Easter 1887. 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Died December 1895. 

Jones, Cuthbert William ; born 1867. Mackie. 

Son of W. Jones, Cheltenham. Mod. III. Left Chr. 1885. 

Martin, Ronald Cunliffe. School House. 

Son of Major-General Martin, Delmar, Cheltenham. Class. 
Upper IVth. Left Easter 1884. 

Mieville, Mortimer Frederick. Foster. 

Son of J. F. Mieville, Duncroft, Staines. Mod. II. House 
Prefect; First Eleven Football; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1884. Chichester, Sussex. 

Morris, Maurice Lindsay O'Connor ; born 1865. School House. 

Son of His Honour Judge O'Connor Morris, Tullamore, 
Ireland. Class. Shell. Second Eleven Cricket and Foot- 
ball. Left Chr. 1883. 

Trinity College, Dublin ; B.A. 1887 ; Called to the Irish Bar 
1 891 ; J. P. King's County. Gartnamona, Tullamore, Ireland. 

Munro, Allan McLane. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Munro, Lisbon. Mod. II. Left Easter 1884. 

Nussey, Thomas Willans. School House. 

Son of T. Nussey, Headingley, Leeds. Mod. III. Left 
Chr. 1882. 

Afterwards at Leamington College ; Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; 
Called to the Bar ; unsuccessfully contested Maidstone 1892, 
elected for Pontefract same year; J. P., D.L., North Riding. 

Bramley Grange, Thortier, near Leeds. 

Rivington, Robert Campbell ; born 1870. Mackie. 

Son of C. R. Rivington, Castle Bank, Appleby. Class. 
Lower IVth. 
In Queensland. 



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Strafford, Percy B., Capt ; born 1872. Day Boy— Spear. 

Son of R. J. Strafford. Junior School — Army Class. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; Second Eleven Cricket. 
Left Chr. 1890. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst, 1890; Captain Duke of Wellington's 
Regiment (33rd), 1900 ; served in South African War. 

Strafford, Ardern Orrell ; born 1871. Day Boy — Spear. 

Brother of above. Junior School— Mod. II. Left Chr. 1887. 
Died 1899. 

Veitch, Arthur John. Foster— Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Veitch, Granta Lodge, Malvern. Mod. III. 
Left Chr. 1883. 2 The Sycamores, Wimbledon Common. 

Veitch, Harry Morgan. Foster — Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Mod. I. Left Chr. 1884. 

2 The Sycamores, Wimbledon Common. 



Entries in January, 1883. 



/ 



Bartolome, Vincent Martin de ; born 1869. Minor Scholar. Mackie. 
Son of Martin de Bartolome, M.D. Class. Middle IVth— 
Vlth. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket (capt.) ; First 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1887. 
London University ; Solicitor. 

126 Cambridge Street, Warwick Square, London. 

Burn-Murdoch, J ames Archibald Henry; born 1867. Bryatis. 

Son of W. Burn-Murdoch, M.D., Edinburgh. Mod. III. — II. 
Left Mids. 1884. 
Ranching in Australia 1885-92 ; Tea-planting in India 1892-98 ; 
fought in the South African War with Lumsden's Horse 
(Medal and two Clasps) ; author of " With Lumsden's Horse 
against the Boers"; Manager of Sheradizing Galvanizing 
Company's Works at Willesden Junction. 

61 Nightingale Road, Harlesden, N .W % 



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Castle, William ; born 1869. Bryans. 

Son of Richard Castle, Bristol. Mod. III. — I. House 
Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Easter 1886. Dead. 

Child, Stephen Ambrose ; born 1865 ; School House. 

Son of Gilbert William Child, Cowley House, Oxford. 
Class. Shell— Vth. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1884. 

University College, Oxford ; B.C.L. 1889; Solicitor. 

4 Serjeants' Inn, Fleet Street, E.C. 

Edgell, Ernest Gould. Foster. 

Son of E. H. Edgell, The Bank, Tewkesbury. Mod. II. 
Left Mids. 1883. 

Hankin, St. John Emile Clavering ; born 1869. Foster. 

House and Foundation Scholar. Faber Exhibitioner. Son of 
C. W. Hankin, Southampton. Class. Shell— Vlth. Sehool 
Prefect ; West Prize ; English Verse. Left Mids. 1886. 

Postmaster of Merton College, Oxford ; Akroyd Scholar ; 
Second Class Classical Mods. ; Second Class Lit. Hum. ; 
B.A. 1890 ; on Staff of Oxford Magazine ; subsequently 
Journalist; author of "Mr. Punch's Dramatic Sequels," 
" Lost Masterpieces and other Verses," etc. 

62 Gower Street, E.C. 

* Henderson, James; born 1869. Foster. 

Son of W. G. Henderson, Fairfield, Liverpool. Class. 
Junior School — Upper I Vth. Second Eleven Football. 
Left Easter 1885. Arracan Co. Limited, Rangoon, Burma. 

Herbert, Percy Colthurst, Capt. ; born 1868. Graham— Bayfield. 
Minor Scholar. Son of T. Herbert, Gloucester Lodge, 
Cheltenham. Class. Vth. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Cbr. 1885. 

Captain Royal Horse Artillery; served in the South African 
War. 

Heywood, Samuel Bulkley. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Heywood, 18 Adelaide Street, Southport. 
Mod. III. Left Easter 1885. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Johnstone, George Henry. Spear. 

Son of G. H. Johnstone, Headingley, Hamstead, Birmingham. 
Mod. I. Left Chr. 1884. 

37 Northampton Street, Birmingham. 

Malins, Herbert ; born 1869. House Scholar. Bryans. 

Son of E. Malins, M.D., Old Square, Birmingham. Class. 
Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
First Eleven Football ; Public Schools' Racquets Pair 1887-8 ; 
Lea Shakespeare Prize. Left Mids. 1888. 

Exeter College, Oxford ; B.A. 1892 ; M.B., CM., Edin., 1898 ; 
late House Surgeon, General Hospital, Birmingham ; served 
with the Medical Staff in the South African War (Medal 
and five Clasps) ; now practising at Croydon. 

Moberly, Guy ; born 1870. Mackie. 

Son of Mrs. CM. Moberly, 1 Derwent Road, Anerley, S.E. 
Class. Upper IVth— Vth. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1886 
Indian Staff Corps. 

#Monckton, Cecil Charles Fisk. Bryans. 

Son of Mrs. W. P. Monckton, Darnley, Weston-super-Mare. 
Mod. I. Left Chr. 1884. 

fi Army and Navy Mansions, Victoria Street , S.W. 

Oppenheim, Edwin Cammillo. School House. 

Son of G. A. Oppenheim, 11 St. James's Place, S.W. Mod. 
II. Left Mids. 1885. 
St. Mary's Hall, Oxford. 

Percival, Harold Stanley. Foster. 

Son of F. Percival, Bickley, Kent. Class. Lower IVth. 
Left Mids. 1883, Southfields, Seaford. 

Perkins, Harry Wood house. School House. 

Son of R. W. Perkins, Holly Dene, Bromley. Mod. III. 
Left Chr. 1883. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. t Last address known to Editor. 



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Pritt, Noel Hendy ; born 1868. Bryans. 

Son of G. A. Pritt, Richmond. Mod. I. House Prefect. 
Left Mids. 1886. Died 1898. 



Rew, John ; born 1868. Bryans. 

Son of Quincey Rew, 23 Chester Terrace, Regent's Park. 
Class. IHrd— Upper IVth. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Football ; Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1887. 

Hertford College, Oxford ; served with Roberts' Horse in the 
South African War. 23 Chester Terrace, Regent's Park, N. W. 

Shepherd, Henry Anthony ; born 1867. Bryans. 

Son of Arthur Shepherd, Shaw End, Kendal. Class. IHrd — 
Middle IVth. Left Mids. 1885. 

Balmanno, Afarjkirk, Kincardineshire. 

Thornhill, Alfred Hugh ; born 1869. Foster. 

Son of H. T. Thornhill, 14 Upper Addison Gardens, W. 
Class. IHrd —Shell. First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1886. 

Clerk in Bank of England. 

Vicary, George Edward; born 1866. Mackie. 

Son of Rev. E. J. Vicary, Berwick Bassett, Wilts. Class. 
Shell- -Vth. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Chr. 1884. 

Solicitor. f33 Scarsdale Villas, Kensington. 



Entries in May, 1883. 

Bright, Henry Yates. School House. 

Son of H. A. Bright, Ash field, Liverpool. Class. Shell — 
Vth. Left Easter 1884. 

t Last address known to Editor. 



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Bcrrowes, Arnold Robinson, Capt. ; born 1867. School House. 

Son of A. Burrowes, Maids-Moreton, Bucks. Class. Shell. 
School Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1886. 

Captain and Adjutant Royal Irish Fusiliers ; Hazara Campaign 
1891 ; Assistant Superintendent of Signalling during the 
South African War 1899- 1902. 

Moreton Manor House, Buckingham. 

* Carter, John Robert Blackall Graham, Capt. School House. 

Son of Mrs. S. C. B. Carter, 84 Morland Place, Southampton. 
Class. Vth. House Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket. Left 
Mids. 1885. 
R. M.A., Woolwich; Captain Indian Staff Corps (Bombay 
Political Department). 17 Albany Road, Bexhill-on-Sea. 

Danks, Arthur Benjamin ; born 1869. Btyans. 

Son of Benjamin Danks, Kidderminster. Class. Lower 
IVth — Vlth. School Prefect; House Eleven Football; 
Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1888. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge; Third Class Law Tripos; 
B.A. 1 89 1. • Hill Grove Crescent, Kidderminster. 

Dickinson, Thomas Loffil Dutton. School House. 

Son of C. S. Dickinson, Lincoln. Class. Shell. Left Chr. 
1884. 

Exeter College, Oxford. 

Dougall, Walter, Major. Bryans. 

Son of Andrew Dougall, Strawberry Hill, Inverness. Mod. 
II. House Prefect. Left Easter 1885. 

Major 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) ; served in South 
African War. Bangalore, Madras. 

Duncan, George Allan ; born 1866. School House. 

Son of Alex. Duncan, Bournemouth. Class. Shell — Vlth. 
School Prefect; Second Eleven Cricket; Lea Shakespeare. 
Left Easter 1885. 
Corpus Christi College, Oxford; B.A. 1889; Bursar and 
Science Master at Solihull Grammar School, Birmingham. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Frampton, Henry Hugh Coster; born 1869. Minor Scholar. Spear. 
Son of Rev. R. G. Frampton. Class. Mid. IVth— Vlth. 
School Prefect; First Eleven Football; Second Eleven 
Cricket. Left Chr. 1888. 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B. A. 1891 ; Private Tutor at 
Lausanne. 5 Avenue Agassiz, Lausanne. 

Goold, John Heyden ; born 1869. Mackie. 

Son of John Goold, Wotton Lodge, Gloucester. Mod. 
B III.— B II. Left Chr. 1884. 

Solicitor ; in Office of Town Clerk of Gloucester. 

Wotton Lodge, Gloucester. 

#Jennings-Bramley, Wilfred Edgar; born 187 1. Bayfield. 

Son of J. R. Jennings-Bramley, Drayton Hall, West 

Drayton, Uxbridge. Junior School — Mod. III. House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1885. 

Secretary to Director-General of Customs, Alexandria, 1891-92 ; 
Director since 1892 of 
Gezieh Zoological Gardens, Gezieh, Egypt; and English Club, Khartoum. 

Kemp, Herbert Lindley. Bayfield. 

Son of E. W. Kemp, Nor man ton. Mod. III. House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Easter 1884. 

In business in Australia; Agent for I. Hollis & Sons, Mel- 
bourne. Box 274, G. P.O., Melbourne. 

Landor, H. Savage. Bayfield. 

Son of C. S. Landor, 37 Via Cavour, Florence. Left Chr. 
1883. 

Matchett, James Trevor, Rev. ; born 187 1. Riyans. 

Son of Rev. Abraham Matchett. Class. Lower IVth— Vlth. 
School Prefect. Left Mids. 1889. 

Selwyn College, Cambridge ; Third Class Classical Tripos ; 
B.A. 1892 ; Schoolmaster; ordained 1894; Curate of St. 
Bartholomew's, Norwich. 4 Bartholomew's Close, Norwich. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Ockleston, Thomas Oswald; born 1868. Spear. 

Son of T. Ockleston, Millbank Hall, Cheshire. Class. 
Lower IVth — Mod. I. School Prefect; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football ; Chance Prize. Left Chr. 1886. 

Stock and Share Broker. 4 Beech Lawn, Waterloo, Liverpool. 

Pease, James Ernest, Rev. ; born 1869. School House. 

Son of Rev. G. C. Pease, Routh Rectory. Mod. IV. — Class. 
Shell. Second Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1887. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1891 ; played for C.U.G.C. 
v. Oxford; ordained 1893 Hevingham, Norwich. 

# Radcliffe, George Herbert ; born 1868. School House. 

Son of A. Radcliffe, War Office, Pall Mall. Class. Upper 
IVth— Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; Second 
Eleven Cricket; Paperchase Eleven; Lieut. Cadet Corps. 
Left Mids. 1887. 

King's College, Cambridge ; Choral Scholar 1889 ; Third Class 
Theological Tripos; B.A. 1890; Solicitor 1894; Chapter 
Clerk of Westminster Abbey since 1900 ; Receiver-General 
and Chapter Clerk 1902. 21 Dean's Yard, Westminster Abbey. 

Richards, Lewis ; born 1872. Day Boy. 

Class. Junior School— Shell. Left Easter 1888. 

Twycross, John. School House. 

Son of T. H. Twycross, Croydon. Mod. I. Left Easter 

1885. 

Entries in September, 1883. 

Barker, Geoffrey Lionel ; born 1869. Bryans. 

Son of Francis Henry Barker, Llyndir, Wrexham. Mod. 
IV.— II. Second Eleven Cricket; House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1887. 

Agricultural College, Downton ; Land Agent. 

Teigngrace House, Newton Abbot, Devon. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Burke, William Creaghe ; born 1868. Bayfield. 

Son of W. Burke, Co. Mayo, Ireland. Mod. III. — I. 
School Prefect. Left Chr. 1886. 

The Neale Park, Co. Mayo, Ireland. 

Dennis, James Edgar ; born 1870. School House. 

Son of J. H. Dennis, Marlfield, West Derby, Liverpool. 
Junior School— Mod. III. Left Mids. 1887. 

Vernon Lodge, Gateacte, ttear Liverpool. 

* Fisher, Howard William; born 1868. School House. 

Son of Walter N. Fisher, Edgbaston. Class. Lower IVth— 
Shell. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Football. Left Chr. 
1887. 

Chartered Accountant. 35 Beauchamp Avenue, Leamington. 

Goods, Herbert ; born 1870. School House. 

Son of Mrs. S. E. Goode, Handsworth, Birmingham. 
Junior School — Lower IVth. Left Easter 1886. 

Hancocks, Frederick Henry ; born 1869. Bryans. 

Mod. III. Left Easter 1885. 

Art Student. Kelsale, Saxmundham. 

Hansard, John St. Leger ; born 1868. Foster. 

Son of A. Hansard, care of G. C. Coster, St. John, 
Canada, N.B. Mod. IV.— II. School Prefect; Second 
Eleven Cricket ; Second Eleven Football ; Paperchase 
Eleven ; Shooting Eight. Left Chr. 1886. 

Tea Planter in Ceylen ; now in Ceylon Forest Department. 

Colombo, Ceylon. 

Hansard, Hugh Hazen ; born 1869. Foster. 

Brother of above. Class. Lower IVth— Vlth. School 

Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football 
(capt.); Paperchase Eleven. Left Mids. 1888. 

Oriel College, Oxford ; B.A. 1891 ; Oxford University Football 
Eleven 1889-90-91 ; Attorney-at-Law. 

cjo of G. C. Coster, St. John, Canada, N.B. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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James, Henry Law, Rev. ; born 1868. Spear. 

Son of Rev. George James, St. Michael's, Gloucester. 
Class. Lower IVth — Shell. House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1887. 

Caius College, Cambridge; B.A. 1890; Third Class Natural 
Science Tripos, Part I. ; Second Class Natural Science Tripos, 
Part II. ; ordained 1891 ; Curate of St. Martin, Stamford, 
and Assistant Master, Stamford Grammar School ; Vicar 
of Surfleet 1898. Surfleet Vicarage, Spalding. 

# James, Edward Bankes, Rev. ; born 1870. Spear. 

Brother of above. Junior School — Shell. Left Mids. 1889. 

Caius College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Junior Optime) 1892 ; 
Cambridge University Chess Team ; entered at Inner 
Temple, Nov. 1892. St. Michaels Rectory, Gloucester. 

Kirk, William ; born 1868. School House. 

Son of W. B. Kirk, Whinbrook, Moor Allerton, Leeds. 
Class. Upper IVth— Vth. House Prefect; First Eleven 
Football ; Second Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1886. 

Lonsdale, Hubert ; born 1869. Bryans. 

Son of Rev. J. Lonsdale, Woodleigh, Mayfield, Sussex. 
Class. Illrd— Mid. IVth. Left Chr. 1885. 

Peters, Edward G Stillwell ; born 1868. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Peters, The Welches, Bentley, Hants. Mod. 
IV.— III. Left Easter 1886. 

Radford, Leslie Charles. Spear. 

Son of J. E. Radford, 48 Boundary Road, St. John's Wood. 
Left Chr. 1884. 

Whitfield, Charles Hubert, Rev. ; born 1868. Bayfield. 

Son of Mrs. Whitfield, Moseley. Class. Illrd— Middle IVth. 
House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1885. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge; B.A. 1889; University Trial 
Eights; ordained 1891 ; Curate of St. Helen's, Lancashire, 
1891-3 ; Vicar of Moreton-Morrell ; Rector of Elston 1904. 

Elston Rectory, Newark. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Wooldridge, Bertram Henry; born 1869. School House. 

Son of Charles Wooldridge, Winchester. Class. Lower IVth 
— Shell. First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Chr. 1887. 

Solicitor. Little Cranford, Shawford, Winchester. 

Young, James Ronald C. Foster. 

Son of J. H. Young, Nassau, Bahamas, West Indies. Mod. 
IV. — I. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 

1887. 

Merchant in West Indies. Parent's Address ; 

Messrs. Shorter <5r* Co., Suffolk House, Cannon Street, E.C. 



Entries in January, 1884. 

Burrowes, Richard Beresford ; born 1870. School House. 

Son of A. Burrowes, Maids-Moreton, Bucks. Junior School 
—Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1886. 

Obtained Diploma at Central Technical College, South Ken- 
sington, in Physics and Electrical Engineering, 1893 ; Assis- 
tant in Electrical Engineering Department, Glasgow and 
West of Scotland Technical College. 38 Bath Street, Glasgow, 

Campbell, Harold Fielding. Foster. 

Son of T. F. Campbell, 26 Devonshire Place, Portland Place, 
W. Mod. II. Left Chr. 1884. 

Crawter, Frank Whinfield. Foster. 

Son of J. Crawter, Cheshunt, Herts. Class. Middle IVth— 
Shell. Left Easter 1885. 

Electrical Engineer. 

Debenham, Eric ; born 1869. House Scholar. Bayfield. 

Son of T. N. Debenham, London. Mod. IV. — III. House 
Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1887. 

Colonial College of Agriculture, Hollesley Bay, Suffolk. Died 
in South Africa 1903. 



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Debenham, Hugh ; born T870. House Scholar. Bayfield. 

Brother of above, Junior School — Mod. III. House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Chr. 1888. 

Drowned whilst fishing, Derryclare Lough, Connemara, 
Aug. 25th, 1 891. 

if Gale, John Ross, Capt. ; born 1869. Minor Scholar. Bryans. 
Son of J. C. Gale, 6 Prideaux Road, Eastbourne. Mod. II. 
—I. Left Chr. 1885. 

Captain Worcestershire Regiment 1899; Army Pay Depart- 
ment, Hong Kong, 1898. Army Pay Department, Brecon, 

* Hobson, Edward Schell Cripps, Major ; born 1869. Bayfield. 

Son of J. C. Hobson. Mod. IV.— I. School Prefect ; First 
Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; Gymnasium Six. 
Left Chr. 1887. 
Major 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment 1904. 

The Barracks, Templemore. 

Lloyd, Charles Oliver ; born 1870. Bryant. 

Son of Mrs. H.J. Lloyd, Duncan Cottage, Turnham Green, 
W. Mod. IV.— II. Left Mids. 1887. 

Long, Alexander John Wakeman ; born 1869. Foster. 

Class. Upper IVth— Vth. Left Mids. 1886. 

Alexandria, Egypt. 

Milne, Gerald Brooks ; born 1869. Spear. 

Mod. IV.— III. First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Foot- 
ball ; Paperchase Eleven. Left Chr. 1886. 

Afterwards at Cirencester Royal Agricultural College ; served 
in the South African War with Imperial Yeomanry. 

Morrison, Alexander Evelyn Henry ; born 1868. Spear. 

Son of H. J. Morrison, Peak House, Sidmouth. Class. 
Upper IVth— Vth. Left Chr. 1885. Llay Place, Gresford. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Newnham, Percival Forbes ; born 1870. Mackie. 

Son of W. H. Newnham, Clifton. Class. Lower IVth— Vth. 
House Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Chr. 1886. 

Lieut. 1st Lancashire Fusiliers ; Indian Staff Corps ; served 
in the South African War, Lieut. Thorneycroft's Mounted 
Infantry, and was killed in action at Spion Kop, January 24th, 
1900. 

Pullan, Percy Dighton ; born 1870. School House. 

Son of C. Pullan, Dartmouth Grove, Blackheath, S.E. 
Class. Mid. IVth— Vth. Left Chr. 1886. 

Robinson, Leonard Nicholas; born 1869. Minor Scholar. Mackie. 
Son of S. H. Robinson, Beechcroft, St. Leonard's-on-Sea. 
Class. Middle IVth— Vth. House Eleven Football. Left 
Chr. 1886. 

M.B., CM., 1893; M.D. Edin. 1898; M.D.Paris 1899; in 
practice at 1 Rue d' Agues seau, Paris. 

Robinson, Leonard Frederick Thomas. Foster. 

Son of T. Robinson, Langford Park, Gloucester. Army 
Class. Left Mids. 1884. 

* Romnby, Francis William ; born 1873. Day Boy — Foster . 

Son of Mrs. Romney, Malvern. Class. Junior School — 
Lower Vth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1892. 

St. Mary Hall, Oxford; B.A. 1893; Solicitor. 

The Lynches, Albert Road, Malvern. 

Scrimgeour, Alexander Carron ; born 1867. Foster. 

Son of Alexander Scrimgeour, Stedham, Midhurst. Class. 

Lower IVth— Upper IVth. House Prefect. Left Chr. 1885. 

Christ Church, Oxford ; B.A. Woolhouse % Midhurst, Sussex. 

Sharp, Herbert C. ; born 1871. Foster. 

Son of J. W. Sharp, 35 Boundary Road, Finch ley Road, N.W. 
Junior School— Mod. I. House Prefect ; Shooting Eight. 
Left Mids. 1888. 17 North Avenue, West Ealing. 

• Member of Old Malveroian Society. 



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Simpson, Sylvester George ; born 1868. Mackie. 

Son of J. H. Simpson, Carisbrooke House, Beckenham. 
Mod. IV.— III. Left Chr. 1885. 

Tailby, Edward Mantle. Spear. 

Son of £. Tailby, High field Road, Edgbaston. Mod. III. 
Left Easter 1885. 

Taylor, Robert Mitford ; born 1871. Bayfield. 

Son of Rev. R. M. Taylor, Bourton-on-the-Hill Rectory. 
Class. Junior School— Shell. Left Chr. 1887. 

In Buenos Ay res. 

Thomas, John Douglas; born 1868. Foster. 

Son of J Morgan Thomas, The Bank, Brecon. Class. Hlrd 
—Mod. II. Left Easter 1887. 

Entered the Army. Dead. 

Tiffen, Charles Cornish; born 1870. Spear. 

Son of Joseph Tiffen, Hull. Class. Lower IVth — Vth. 
Left Chr. 1886. 

First Division London Matriculation 1887 ; Clerk in Ship- 
owner's Firm. Dead. 

Willes, Charles Edward. Foster. 

Son of Capt. H. C. Willes, 27 Lansdowne Place, Cheltenham. 
Class. Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1884. 

Capt. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Whittington Barracks, Lichfield. 



Entries in May, 1884. 

Booth, Charles ; born 1868. Bayfield. 

Son of A. Booth, J. P., 46 Ullet Road, Liverpool. Class. 
Upper IVth -Vth. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1885. 

University College, Oxford ; B.A. 1891 ; Second Class Modern 
History ; Partner in Alfred Booth & Co., Liverpool ; Director 
of the Booth Steamship Co., and Midland Railway Co. 

Elntshurst; Aigburth, Liverpool. 



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* Brooke, Percy Cozens ; born 1869. Bryatts. 

■ Son of Harry Cozens-Brooke, Birmingham. Class. Lower 
IVth. Left Mids. 1886. 

Hertford College, Oxford. 196 Bristol Road, Birmingham. 

* FcteTER, Henry Knollys ; born 1873. Foster. 

Son of Rev. H. Foster, Malvern College. Class. Junior 
School — Remove. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket 
(capt.) ; First Eleven Football (capt.) ; Public Schools 
Racquets 1888-92, winner in 1892 with W. L. Foster ; 
Lieutenant Cadet Corps. Left Mids. 1892. 

Trinity College, Oxford ; B.A. ; represented Oxford at Cricket 
1894-5-6, and at Racquets; Amateur Doubles Champion 
Racquets 1894, I ^96, 1897. 1900. 1903 ; Amateur Champion 
1894-1898, 1900, 1904 ; Land Agent. Tarrington, Hereford, 

Hardinge, Henry Charles Maurice. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Hardinge, Hill Mount House, Malvern Wells. 
Class. Lower IVth -Mid. IVth. Left Easter 1885. 

Harper, Francis Strachey ; born 187a. Foster. 

Son of Rev. Edward Jones Harper, The Vicarage, Stoke 
Holy Cross, Norwich. Class. Junior School — Upper IVth. 
Left Easter 1887. 

Edinburgh University, M.B., CM,, 1897 ; Surgeon to Major 
Lugard's Expedition, British West Charterland, South 
Africa ; Civil Surgeon, South African Field Force, 1900. 

Villa de la Tourelle, St. Servan, France. 

* Harvey, Roger Melhuish ; born 1869. Foster. 

Son of Edward Harvey, 16 Cranley Place, South Kensington. 
Mod. IV.- II. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First 
Eleven Football ; Paperchase Eleven. Left Mids. 1888. 

In business. 

6 Giltspur Street, E.C. ; Grove Court, Drayton Gardens, S. W. 

* Moore, Neville Gregory ; born 1869. Day Boy. 

Son of Benjamin Thomas Moore, Tewkesbury. Mod. IV. — 
II. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1886. 

Solicitor. Staunton House, Tewkesbury. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Morris, Frank Hall ; born 1869. Spear. 

Son of George Byng Morris, Bridgend. Mod. IV. — I. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Foot- 
ball (capt.). Left Chr. 1888. 

Consulting Mining Engineer in Austria. 

Dan-y-Graig, Bridgend, South Wales. 



Ogden, Frederick William Mordaunt. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Ogden, Upper Norwood. Class. IHrd. Left 
Mids. 1884. 



Ogden, Edward Cannon. 

Brother of above. Left Chr. 1884. 



School House. 



Pownall, Capel George Pett ; born 1868. 

Son of G. H. Pownall. Mod. III.— I. 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1886. Dead. 



Bayfield. 
House Eleven 



Temple, Reginald Willock. 

Mod. II. Left Mids. 1884. 



School House. 



Wippell, Walter James. Bayfield. 

Son of T. Wippell, Bridge House, Alphington, Exeter. 
Mod. III. House Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House 
Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1885. 
Served with 27th Company Imperial Yeomanry in the South 
African War, and was killed in action at Nooitgedacht. 



Wotherspoon, Charles Grey; born 1869. Bayfield. 

Son of C. G. Wotherspoon, 4 Pump Court, Temple. Class. 

Upper IVth— Vth. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket. 

Left Mids. 1888. 

Exeter College, Oxford. Hillside House, Aberdour % Fife. 



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Entries in September, 1884. 

Boosey, Frederick Stanley; born 187 1. Foster. 

Son of Charles Boosey, Bickley, Kent. Class. Lower IVth 

— Vth. School Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1890. 

Clare College, Cambridge. Died Jan. 1894. 

Burnett, Edward ; born 1 871. School House. 

Son of Jacob Burnett, Tynemouth. Mod. IV. — II. Left 
Chr. 1887. 

Butt, Frederick Chambers ; born 1868. School House. 

Son of S. Butt, The Lawn, Caincross, Stroud. Left Chr. 
1885. 

Cooke, William James Hylton. Foster. 

Mod. IV.— II. First Eleven Football ; House Prefect. Left 
Chr. 1887. 

In business. Newmarket Post Office, Montego Bay, Jamaica. 

Crews, Reginald ; born 1870. Bryans. 

Son of Charles T. O. Crews, 41 Portman Square, W. Class. 
Illrd. House Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1888. 

In business. Billingbean Park, Wokingham, Berks. 

Deykin, William Cotterill ; born 1867, Bryans. 

Son nf W. R. Deykin, Edgbaston. Mod. III.— II. House 
Prefect; First Eleven Football; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Chr. 1885. 

Manufacturer. Venetian Works, Birmingham. 

Dobbs, St. Clair Mulholland ; born 1870. Foster. 

Son of Conway E. Dobbs. Dalguise, Monkstown, Co. Dublin. 
Class. Lower IVth — Vlth. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Chr. 1887. 

Classical Scholar, Trinity College, Dublin ; First Class Classical 
Honours ; Second Class History, Ethics, and Logic. 



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Flower, Ralph Wick ham ; born 1870. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Flower, Lystonville, Malvern. Mod. IV. — I. 
School Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; Second Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1889. 

Articled to a Solicitor. Basildon % Bexley, Kent. 

Greenall, Frank ; born 1870. School House. 

Son of E. Greenall, Grappenhall Hall, Cheshire. Mod. IV. 
— II. School Prefect; First Eleven Football; House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1889. 

Homer skoose Ranch, Yorkton> N.W.T., Canada. 

*Harmak, William Rayer ; born 1869. School House. 

Son of W. P. Harmar, Brighton. Class. Lower IV th — 
Upper IVth. Left Easter 1887. 

Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1894. 

Tidcombe, Tiverton, Devon. 

Homer, Charles ; born 1868. Spear, 

Son of T. Homer, The Limes, Cradley, near Brierley Hill. 
Mod. III. Left Easter 1886. 

Larking, Reginald Nesbitt, Capt. ; born 1868. Bayfield. 

Son of Colonel Larking, The Firs, Lee, S.E. Mod. III.— II. 
Left Mids. 1886. 

1st Scots Guards ; Captain 1900 ; served in the South African 
War. 

Puckle, John, Capt. ; born 1869. School House. 

Son of Colonel H. G. Puckle, Pitlochry, Scotland. Class* 
Upper Hlrd— IVth. Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Chr. 1886. 

St. Peter's College, Cambridge, 1889-90; R. M. C, Sandhurst ; 
South Wales Borderers 1893; transferred to A.S.C. 1894; 
served in the South African War; D.S.0. 1902. 

21 The Bolton s, London, S.W. 

Tapp, Arthur Stanley ; born 1870. Spear. 

Son of Rev. Wm. E. Tapp, 85 Elm Park Gardens, Kensing- 
ton, S.W. Class. Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1887. 

Brewing in Maidenhead. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Tireman, Henry ; born 1871. Minor Scholar. Bryans— Huntington. 
Son of Rev. F. S. Tireman, Kirk Sandall Rectory, Doncaster. 
Class. Mid. IVth-^-VIth. School Prefect; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football ; Shooting Eight. Left Easter 1890. 
R. I. E. C, Cooper's Hill ; India Forest Service (13th place) ; 
went to India in October 1893 ; Forest Officer, Madras. 

c\o Messrs. Parry <S» Co., 70 Grdcechurch Street, E.C. 

Townsend, George Hugh Chetwood ; born 1871. Bayfield. 

Son of H. H. Townsend, Cordangan Manor, Tipperary. 
Mod. IV.— II. Left Easter 1886. 

* Watson, Frederick James ; born 1869. S/x-ar. 

Son of Robert Brown Watson. Class. Mid. IVth— Vth. 
House Prefect. Left Chr. 1887. 
Heidelberg University 1888-9 ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
B. A. 1892 ; First Class Natural Science Tripos ; obtained 
a Scholarship at St. George's Hospital ; M.R.C.S., L R.C.P., 
London, 1895; M.B., B.C , 1898. Bulls, Kangitikei, N.Z. ; 
New Oxford and Cambridge Club, 68 Pall Mail, S. W. 

Young, Arthur. St. Leger Newton ; born 1869. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Young, South Kensington. Mod. III. Left 
Chr. 1885, 



Entries in January, 1885. 

Ainslie,. Henry Sandys, Capt. ; born 1869. School House. 

Son of W. Ainslie, Highstead, Torquay. Class. Shell -Vlth. 
Senior Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven 
Football ; Ingleby Prize ; Dowdeswell Prize ; gained a 
Classical Exhibition at St. John's College, Cambridge. 
Left Chr. 1888. 

R. M C, Sandhurst; Capt. 3rd Battalion Northumberland 
Fusiliers, 1903. Bloemjonteiu, O.R.C. 

Ballard, Ernest ; born 1870. Day Boy. 

Son of S. Ballard, The Winnings, Colwall. Mod. III.— II. 
Left Chr, 1886, The Court, Colwall. 

* Member of Old Malverntan Society. 



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Bell, Guy Bayford ; born 1874. Btyatts— Huntington. 

Son of Alfred Bell, Hampstead. Junior School— Upper Vth. 
School Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1892. 

Bayford House, Hampstead^ A. W. 

* Brown, Herbert William ; born 1873. Day Boy — Bryans — 

Huntington. Son of F. J. Brown, Abbey Lawn, Tewkesbury. 
Junior School — Upper Vth. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1891. 

Keble College, Oxford; B.A. 1894. Played Hockey for 
Gloucestershire and Western Counties. Solicitor. 

Parent's Address, 

Castle, Harold ; born 1869. Spear. 

Son of R. Castle, 9 Canterbury Road, Oxford. Class. Lower 
I Vth— Vth. House Prefect ; Second Eleven Football. Left 
Easter 1887. 

*Cookson, Reginald Thomas Chorley ; born 1875. Bayfield — Swann. 
Son of T. C. Cookson, Leeds. Class. Junior School — Sixth. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Foot- 
ball ; Greek Prose. Left Mids. 1894. 

Classical Scholar of Queens' College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1897 ; 
Second Class Classical Tripos. Assistant Master at Malvern 
College since 1897. Malvern College. 

H ado w, Gerald Elliott ; born 1 87 1. House Scholar. Foster^ 

Son of Rev. W. E. Hadow, Cirencester. Class. Upper IVth 
—Vth. Left Mids. 1888. 

Tancred Student, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, 
1888; B.A. 1891; M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1896; MB., B.C., 
1897; House Physician, Swansea General Hospital. Died 
September 1899. 

Hawks, Frederick Wellman, Capt. ; born 1870. Mackie — Faber. 
Son of Colonel T. S. Hawks, Queen's Cliff House, St. Helier's. 
Class. Middle IVth— Vth. Left Mids. 1887. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst ; Capt. Indian Staff Corps (S and T). 

Vide Army List. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Holme, Hugh Jackson ; born 1870. Day Boy. 

Son of G. J. Holme, 1 Glen Villas, Malvern Link. Left 
Chr. 1887. Enderley, Avenue Road, Malvern. 



* Hunt, William Denys ; born 1870. Bryans. 

House Scholar and Faber Exhibitioner. Son of Rev. 
W. T. G. Hunt, 60 Blenheim Crescent, W. Class. Upper 
IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; Second Eleven Football; 
House Eleven Cricket ; Shooting Eight ; Dowdeswell Prize. 
Left Mids. 1888. Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz. 

# MacAndrew, Stephen Lee ; born 1870. Bayfield. 

House Scholar and Faber Exhibitioner. Son of W. E. 
MacAndrew, 24 Waldeck Road, Ealing. Class. Upper IVth 
— Vlth. School Prefect ; Latin Prose ; Latin Verse ; 
Ingleby Prize; Martin History Prize; President Debating 
Society. Left Easter 1889. 

Solicitor (1st on the list, prize of the Hon. Society of Clement's 
Inn, Daniel Reardon Prize) ; Brodcrip Medal and Scott 
Scholarship 1894. Market House, Southall. 

Minchin, Arthur Wyndham Thompson ; born 1871. School House. 
House Scholar. Son of Rev. H. H. Minchin, Little Bramley 
Rectory, Manningtree. Class. Upper IVth. Left Easter 
1885. 

In Martin's Bank, Chislehurst. 

Burlington Lodge, Chislehurst, Kent. 

Morley, Reginald Arthur, Rev. ; born 1870. Minor Scholar. Bryans. 
Son of Rev. G. Morley, late Master of Lord Leycester's 
Hospital, Warwick. Class. Upper IVth — Vlth. School 
Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Mids. 1889. 
Non-Collegiate, Oxford ; Clothworkers' Exhibitioner ; Third 
Class Classical Mods. ; B.A. 1893 ; Cu rate-in charge of 
Ward End 1903. Ward End Vicarage, Birmingham. 

* Member of Old Malveruiau Society. 



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Reynolds, Sylvanus ; born 1869. Bryatts 

Son of S. Reynolds, Latchford, near Warrington. Mod. IV. 
— H. House Prefect. Left Easter 1886. 

Robertson, George Douglas; born 1871. Bayfield. 

Son of Mrs. S. E. Robertson, Elkstone, Thornton Road, 
Clapham Park, S.W. Class. Upper IVth — Shell. Left 
Chr. 1886. 

Rowlands, Osbert Williams; born 1873. School House. 

Son of J. Rowlands, Lickey Grange, Bromsgrove. Junior 
School— Mod. II. Left Mids. 1890. 

Exeter College, Oxford ; Half-Blue for Athletics. 

Parent's Address. 

* Sedgwick, Hubert Redmayne ; born 1869. School House. 

Son of James Sedgwick, Boro' Bridge, Yorks. Class. IHrd 
—Shell. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; First 
Eleven Football ; Gymnasium Six. Left Mids. 1888. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1891 ; St. Thomas' Hospital ; 
M.B., M.C., Cambridge, 1895 ; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., London, 
1895. 95 Richmond Road, Kingston-on-Thames. 



Entries in May, 1885. 

Bradley, William Henry; born 1872. Bayfield. 

Son of J. H. Bradley, 1 Via Farini, Florence. Junior School 
—Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1886. 

* Bromfield, Harry Hickman, Capt. ; born 1869. School House, 
Son of H. Bromfield, Chew Court, Chew Magna, Somerset. 
Class. Upper IVth — Mod. I. Second Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Easter 1888. 

Hertford College, Oxford ; Captain 3rd South Wales Borderers ; 
served in the South African War 1900-01 (mentioned in 
Despatches, D.S.O.). Penlanole, Rhayader, Radnorshire; 

and Junior Carlton Club, London, 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Bromfield, John Beadon ; born 1870. School House. 

Brother of above. Mod. III.— I. House Prefect; Second 
Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1888. 
Solicitor 1894. 

c/o Messrs. Beale 6* Co., Solicitors, Newhall Street, Birmingham. 

Bromfield, Reginald ; born 1872. School House. 

Brother of above. Junior School — Upper IVth. Left Mids, 
1889. 

Died at Worcester, Nov. 30th, 1891. 

Bromfield, Charles Gwyn Trivet ; born 1874. School House. 

Brother of above. Junior School— Upper IVth. Second 
Eleven Football and Cricket. Left Mids. 1890. 

Volunteered as a trooper in 79th Company Imperial Yeomanry 
(Rough Riders) April 1900, and was invalided home in the 
following November ; returned to South Africa (March 1901), 
Lieut. 84th Company Imperial Yeomanry, and gained his 
Captaincy in 87th Company 1901 ; died of wounds received 
in action near Boshof, O. R. C. 

Burnet, Charles Douglas. School House. 

Son of F. C. Burnet, Woodend, Cradley. Junior School — 
Mod. III. Left Easter 1889. 

Circuitt, George Cameron Perry ; born 1872. School House. 

Son of Rev. R. W. P. Circuitt, The Vicarage, Drixham, 
Devon. Junior School. Left Mids. 1886. Parent's Address. 

Ellis, Thomas Ashley ; born 1870. Bayfield. 

Son of T. Ellis, Sorrento, Wake Green Road, Moseley. 
Mod. IV. — Lower IVth. Left Easter 1887. 

* Ely, Harold ; born 1870. Spear. 

Son of Rev. E. A. Ely, Bwlch Trewyn, Abergavenny. 
Mod. IV.— II. Left Chr. 1886. West Bromwich, Staffs. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Gardiner, Geoffrey Edward ; born 1870. Bayfield. 

Son of Walter Gardiner, Anglefield. Godstone. Class. 
Upper IVth— Vth. House Prefect ; Second Eleven Football. 
Left Chr. 1888. 

Hurst, Charles Gerald ; born 1870. Btyans. 

Upper IVth. Left Easter 1886. 

Johnstone, Stanley : born 1873. Spear. 

Son of George Hope Johnstone, Birmingham. Junior 

School— Mod. I. Second Eleven Football; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Easter 1889. 

In business. Headingley^ Handsworth, Birmingham. 

Kemp, Claude ; born 1868. Bayfield. 

Son of E. W. Kemp, Bridgefoot, Castleford, Norman ton. 
Middle IVth— Lower IVth. Left Easter 1886. 

Solicitor. Castleford, Yorkshire. 

Larking, Lambert Cecil ; born 187 1. Bayfield. 

Son of Colonel Larking. Junior School — Class. Lower IVth. 
Left Chr. 1886. 

Lewes, Trafford ; born 1870. Bayfield. 

Son of Colonel H. C. Lewes, Shoeburyness. Class. Illrd. 
—Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1886. 

Afterwards at Bromsgrove School. 

* Lindsay, James Howard; born 1871. Bayfield. 

Son of W. A. Lindsay, K.C., 17 Cromwell Road, London, 
S.W. Class. Middle IVth- Vth. School Prefect; First 
Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football ; English Essay. 
Left Mids. 1889. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; Third Class Law Tripos, Part I., 
1891 ; Second Class, Part II., 1892; B.A., LL.B., 1892; 
called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1895; Capt. in London 
Scottish R. V. 17 Cromwell Road, S. W. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Lindsay, Michael William Howard, Capt.; born 1872. Rayfiehi— 
Swiiun. Brother of above. Class. IHrd — Army Class. 
School Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Mids. 1 891. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst ; Lieutenant Seaforth Highlanders 1893 ; 
Captain 1900 ; took part in the Chitral Relief Expedition 
1895; served in the South African War 1899-1901, being 
present at the battles of Magersfontein, Koodoosdrift, Poplar 
Grove, Paardeberg ; Adjutant 2nd Scottish Horse April 1901, 
and was killed in action at Bakenlaagte. 

Lovegrove, Norman ; born 1870. School House. 

Son of A. Lovegrove, Esher, Surrey. Mod. III. Left 
Chr. 1885. 

Mitchell, Adam James ; born 1868. School House. 

Son of Adam Mitchell, Heathcot, Kincardineshire. Mod. III. 
— I. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1888 

Squatter in Queensland, Australia. 

Atherton, Via Cairns, N. Queensland, Australia. 

Mitchell, George Alexander ; born 1873. School House. 

Brother of above. Junior School — Shell. School Prefect ; 
First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1891 . 

Served in the South African War with the Scottish Horse. 

2100 P.O. Box, Johannesburg, S.A. 

* PEEL, Walter ; born 1868. School House. 

Son of E. R. Peel, New Ferry, Cheshire. Class Vth. 
House Prefect. Left Chr. 1885. 
Registrar, Liverpool Court of Passage. New Ferry, Cheshire. 

*Pritt, George Cornwallis ; born 1870. Btyans. 

Son of G. A. Pritt, Richmond. Mod. III. House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1887. 
Engineer. Waverley, Waldegrave Road, Teddington. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Reynolds, Philip Guy, Capt. ; born 1871. Aryans. 

Son of Mrs. Reynolds, Latchford, near Warrington. Mod. 
III. — Army Class. School Prefect; First Eleven Football. 
Left Easter 1889. 

Captain 3rd Dragoon Guards 1900 ; D. S. O. BalUmollig. 

Sharpe, Charles James Drummond ; born 1870. School House. 

Son of C. J. Sharpe, Woodgate, Ewell, Epsom. Class. Illrd. 
Left Mids. 1885. 

*Somers, Charles Dudley; born 1869. Bayfield. 

Son of J. 13. S. Somers, Hampstead. Class. Upper IVth — 
Vth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football ; 
Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1888. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge; B.A. 1891 ; University Shoot- 
ing Eight; St. Thomas' Hospital; M.B., B.C., 1899; 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. London, 1897. 

Deoda ra , Kingston -on -'I h antes . 

* Striedinger, Oscar, Capt. ; born 1874. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Striedinger, Villa Vogeltheme, Berchlesgoden, 
Bavaria. Junior School — Army Class. School Prefect ; 
House Eleven Football ; Lieutenant in Corps. Left Mids. 

R. M.C.. Sandhurst; Lieutenant Berks Regiment 1895; 
A. S. C. Captain 1901. Army Service Corps, Devonport. 

Turner, Philip; born 1869. School House. 

Class. Vth. Left Mids. 1887. 

Warden, Arthur Hamilton ; born 1869. School House. 

Son of A. Warden, Park Mount, Selly Oak, Birmingham. 
Mod III. Left Chr. 1885. 

Willett, Cecil George Wilmer ; born 1870. Foster. 

Son of L. Wilmer- Willett, Adderstone Hall. Class. Upper 
IVth- Mod. I. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1889. 

B.N C, Oxford, 1889; B.A. 1895. 

27 Palmyra Mansions, Brighton. 

* Member of Old Ma'vemian Society. 



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Younger, David Reginald, C apt. ; borm87i. Bryans— Huntington. 
Son of David Younger, Edinburgh. Class. Shell— Army 
Class. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football. 
Left Mids. 1890. 

Captain 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders; served in the 
South African War, and was recommended for V.C. ; killed 
in action. 



Entries in September, 1885. 

Ashton, Frank ; born 1871. Mackie — Faber. 

Son of F. W. Ashton, Newton Bank, Hyde. Mod. IV.— I. 
School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Mids. 1889. 

In business. Newton Bank, Hyde, Cheshire. 

Burke, John Henry ; born 1869. Bayfield. 

Son of William Burke, The Neale Park, Ireland. Class. 
Illrd— Mod. I. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1887. 

Fulton, Montana, U.S.A. 

Burke, Edward Lawrence Parsons; born 1871. Bayfield — Swann. 
Brother of above. Class. Illrd — Mod. I. School Prefect ; 
Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 
1890, The Neale Park, Co. Mayo, Ireland. 

Croft, Herbert Archer. Foster. 

Son of Sir Herbert Croft, Lugwardine Court, Hereford. 
Mod. II. Left Easter 1886. Parent's Address. 

Crompton, C. R. School House. 

House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1887. 

Stanton Hall, Nottingham. 

Fisher, Henry Francis Thornhill, Capt. ; born 1871. Mackie— Faber. 
Son of Rev. W. F. Fisher, Shalfleet, Isle of Wight. Class. 
Lower IVth— Shell. Left Chr. 1887. 
R. M. C, Sandhurst : 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regimer' 



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1892 ; A.S.C. 1894 ; served in Uganda 1898-9 (Medal) ; South 
African War 1900-01 (Medal and five Clasps). 

c/o Sir Charles McGrigor, Bart, <S^ Co., 25 Charles Street \ 
St. James 1 Square, London ; Limerick, Ireland. 

Fisher, John Edmund Camm ; born 1873. Mackie — Faber. 

Brother of above. Junior School — Lower IVth. Left 

Chr. 1887. 

General Agent for the landed estates of Mr. W. Scully in 

Nebraska and Kansas, U. S. A. Beatrice, Nebraska, U.S. A. 

Forbes, William Arbuthnot. Bryans. 

Son of W. Forbes, Leithen Lodge, Innerleithen, Peebleshire, 
Mod. IV. Left Chr. 1888. 

Godwin, Walter Palmer, Rev; born 187 1. Foster. 

Son of H. B. Godwin, Newbury, Berks. Class. Upper IVth 
— Vth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven 
Football. Editor of Malvernian. Left Mids. 1890. 
Clare College, Cambridge ; Half-Blue for Athletics ; B.A. 1893 ; 
ordained 1898 ; Curate of Lambeth 1898 — 1901 ; Warden of 
the Clare College Mission 1904. 

161 Abbey field Road, Rotherhithe, S.E. 

Lovett, William ; born 1873. Spear. 

Son of W, Lovett, Erdington. Junior School — Lower Vth. 
House Prefect. Left Mids. 1891. 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Berwood Grove, Erdington. 

McClellan, Charles James Clement. Mackie — Faber. 

Mod. IV.— II. House Prefect ; First Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1888. 

Osborne, Stephen Messmann. School House. 

Son of P. H. Osborne, Karen z a, Cheltenham. Mod. IV. 
Left Chr. 1886. 
Served with S. Wales Lancers in the South African War. 

Bangaroo, Canowindra, Australia. 



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Ridsdale, Arthur Francis ; born 1871. Mackie — Faber. 

Son of J. F. Ridsdale, London. Class. Lower IVth — Vlth. 
House Prefect. Left Easter 1890. 

Solicitor 1895. 5 Gray's Inn Square, London. 

Sands, William Rae ; born 1869. House Scholar. Spear. 

Son of John Lee Sands, M.D., R.N. Class. Upper IVth— 

Vth. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Chr. 1887. 

Scholar of Magdelene College, Cambridge ; Drapers' Company 

Exhibition; B.A. 1891 ; in business. Address unknown. 

Scholefield, George Frederick. Bayfield. 

Son of Charles Scholefield, 22 Holland Villas Road, Kensing- 
ton, W. Mod. IV.— III. Left Chr. 1887. 

Teale, Reginald Carden. Bayfield. 

Son of J. W. Teale, 2 Bel voir Terrace, Scarborough. Lower 
IVth. Left Chr. 1885. Parent's Address. 

Vigne, Percy George Aislabie ; born 1870. Mackie — Faber. 

Son of Thomas Aislabie Vigne, Pembridge House, The 
Park, Cheltenham. Class. IHrd — Upper IVth. House 
Eleven Football. Left Easter 1888. 

Colonial College, Hollesley Bay ; later at Gloucester Theo- 
logical College. Parent's Address. 

* Watts, Hugh; born 1871. School House. 

Son of E. H. Watts, Devonhurst, Chiswick. Mod. III. — I. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football 
(capt.) ; Lieut, in Corps. Left Chr. 1889. 

Colliery Proprietor. King's Acre, Newport, Mon. 

Webb, Herbert Marshall ; born 1870. Mackie— Faber. 

Son of Jonas Webb, Melton Ross. Mod. III. — 1. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; Second Eleven Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1889. 

Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester ; farming in Lincoln- 
shire. Melton Ross, Lincolnshire. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Entries in January, 1886. 

Arden, Albert Henry. Spear. 

Son of Rev. A. H. Arden, Malvern. Class. Illrd — Lower 
IVth. First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1888. 

* Barker, Reginald Stanley. Spear. 

Son of C. D. Barker, Radnor House, Malvern. Class. 
Shell— Vth. Left Mids. 1888. Roseburg, Oregon, U.S.A. 

Berry, Charles Clifford Russell ; born 1872. Spear. 

Mod. IV. Left Mids. 1886. 

Brackenbury, Bennet Emra ; born 1872. House Scholar. Bayfield. 
Son of Rev. E. B. Brackenbury. Ashford. Class. Lower 
IVth— Vth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left 
Easter 1890. 

Was in Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank. Dead. 

Cave, Francis William. Mackie. 

Son of Mrs. E. E. Cave, 5 South Road, Weston-super-Mare. 
Class. Upper IVth -Shell. Left Easter 1887. 

Crompton, Sidney; born 1 871. Faber. 

Son of James Roger Crompton. Class. Lower IVth. Left 
Easter 1886. 

Dawson, Gerard Finch ; born 1875. Exhibitioner! Foster. 

Son of G. F. Dawson, The Furnace, Newent. Class. Illrd. 
Left Easter 1887. 

R. I. E. C, Cooper's Hill, 1893. 

Edge, Raymond Clive ; born 1871. School House. 

Son of Rev. F. Edge, The Glebe House, Guildford. Class. 
Lower IVth — Remove. School Prefect. Left Chr. 1890. 

R. I. E. C, Cooper's Hill ; Under-Secretary Bengal P. W. D. 

Writers' Buildings, Calcutta. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Edge, Cyril Tarratt ; born 1873. House Scholar. School House. 

Brother of above. Lower IVth — Remove. School Prefect. 
Left Mids. 1891. 

King's College, Cambridge. 24 Bernard Street, Russell Square, W.C. 

Gale, Albert Curwen Macclaine ; born 1871. Bryans. 

Son of John C. Gale, Thirntoft, The Avenue, Surbiton. 
Mod.- IV. — I. School Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Mids. 1889. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; articled to a Solicitor. 

Woo/ton Basse//, Wiltshire, 

* Green, Harry ; born 187 1. School House. 

Son of William Green, The Mount, Bromsgrove. Mod. III. 
—II. Left Mids. 1887. 

Manufacturer. Parent's Address. 

Haynes, Kenneth Edward, Capt. Day Boy—Spear. 

Son of Major E. Haynes, Powderham Crescent, Exeter. 
Army Class. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1888. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; Capt. 13th Co. Royal Artillery ; Assistant 
Superintendent of Experiments, Army School of Gunnery. 

Shoeburyness. 

IHowes, John James Groome ; born 1870. School House. 

Care of Miss E. Howes, 45 Hamilton Terrace, W. Mod. III. 
House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Chr. 1887. 

Engineer in the Transvaal. 

Littledale, John Hayes ; born 1875. Spear. 

Son of Rev. C. E. Littledale, Shepperton. Junior School — 
Army Class. House Prefect; Second Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1892. Dead. 

Luxton, Robert Charles; born 1873. Bayfield. 

Son of Mrs. Alice Luxton, High School, The Temple, 
Brighton. Mod. IV. Left Easter 1888. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Moberly, Hugh Stephenson, Capt. Faber. 

Junior School — Army Class. Left Chr. 1890. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst; Capt. Indian Army, 84th Punjabis. 

Secunderabad, India. 

Morres, Walter Tyrrell. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Morres, Bicknoller, Mount Beacon, Bath. 
Army Class. Left Mids. 1889. 

Planting in Ceylon. Parent's Address. 

kPritchard, Clive Gordon, Capt. ; born 1871. Bryans. 

Lygon Scholar. Son of Lieut. -General G. D. Pritchard, 
C.B., Royal Engineers. Class. Upper IVth — Vth. House 
Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Easter 1888. 

R.M. A., Woolwich; Capt. 4th Co. R. A. 1899; Commandant 
Hong Kong Volunteer Corps, with local rank of Major. 

2 Hillside, The Peak, Hong Kong. 

Simons, Frederick Dyke Sydney. Faber. 

Son of W . Simons, Gwain Warren, Merthyr Tydvil. Mod. II. 
—I. Left Mids. 1887. 

Smith, Henry Coker. Faber. 

Son of A. H. Smith, 5 Grosvenor Place, Cheltenham. 
Class. Shell— Vth. Left Mids. 1886. 

Taylor, James W. ; born 1870. House Scholar. Spear, 

Son of James Taylor, Droitwich. Class. Lower IVth — 
Remove. House Eleven Cricket ; Dowdeswell Prize. Left 

Mids. 1889. 

Mathematical Scholar, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge; 
B.A. 1892 ; Junior Optime ; Assistant Master at Heath 
Mount School, Hampstead, N.W. 

St. Andrew's Street, Droitwich. 

* Turner, Frank Gilbert ; born 187 1. Minor Scholar. Spear. 

Son of R. B. Turner, Redditch. Mod. III.— I. Left Chr. 
1886. 
Needle, Fish-hook, and Fishing Tackle Manufacturer. 

Old Factory House, Redditch. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Viener, Harry Dan Leigh, Rev; born 1868. Mackie — Faber. 

Son of H. M. Viener. Class. Shell -Vlth. School Prefect 
House Eleven Cricket and Football ; English Essay. Left 
Mids. 1888. 

St. John's College, Oxford ; Casberd Exhibitioner ; Third 
Class Classical Mods.; B.A. 1891 ; Fourth Class Lit. Hum, 
1892; Assistant Master at Brentwood School; Chaplain 
R.N. ; H.M.S. Victorious, Channel Squadron, 1904. 

Yarlet Hall, Stafford. 

Warren, Philip Ridsdale. Faber. 

Son of Rev. W. Warren, Trent Vicarage, New Barnet, 
Herts. Junior School — Mod. I. House Prefect ; Captain 
of Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1892. 

London University ; Civil Engineer. 

21 Delahay Street, Westminster. 



Entries in May, 1886. 

Beardmore, Frederick Newman; born 1871. School House. 

Son of G. L. Beardmore, Toronto. Mod. IV.— II. Shot in 
Cadet Pair 1888. Left Mids. 1888. 

Chudleigh, Toronto, Canada. 

Bett, James Murray ; born 1871. School House, 

Son of T. Bett, Guildford. Mod. IV. — II. Shooting 
Eight. Left Chr. 1888. 

Formerly on Stock Exchange. Down Place, Guildford. 

Cator, Edmund Humphrey Style; born 1871. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. B Cator, Mailing Abbey, Maidstone. Class. 
Lower IVth — Army Class. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1889. 

R. M. A., Woolwich; Lieutenant Royal Engineers; was 
attached to the Egyptian Army. Died in Egypt 1897. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Galsworthy, Sydney Stuart ; born 1873. Mackie — Faber. 

Son of Mrs. C. A. Galsworthy, 33 Gloucester Gardens, 
Hyde Park, W. Junior School — Mod. I. House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Easter 1890. 

Electrical Engineer. 10 Craven Hill Gardens, Lancaster Gate, W . 

Goodson, Robert. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Mary Goodson, Roundhay, Leeds. Mod. IV. — 
III. Left Easter 1888. 

Pennington, John Heyland ; born 1872. Bayfield. 

Son of R. Pennington, Muncaster Hall, Rainford, near 
St. Helen's. Mod. IV.— III. Left Mids. 1887. 

Farming. 

Pennington, Thomas Seddon ; born 1872. Bayfield. 

Brother of above. Mod. IV.— II. Left Mids. 1887. 

Remington, John Stewart ; born 1872. Bayfield. 

Son of George Remington, Ulverston. Class. IHrd — 
Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1889. 

Mason Science College, Birmingham, 1890-93 ; Royal Agri- 
cultural College, Cirencester, 1893-97 (Honours Diploma); 
King's College, London ; Technical and Engineering Chemist 
since 1897. Any some, Grange-over-Sands. 

Swanston, William. Foster. 

Son of W. R. Swanston, Woodside, Sattwell Lane, Gates- 
head-on-Tyne. Mod. IV.—II. Left Mids. 1888. 

Tod, John Robert ; born 187 1. Foster. 

Son of J. W. Tod, Eglinton Crescent, Edinburgh. Class. 
Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1888. 

The Vicarage, Great Shelf ord, Cambridge. 

* Wall, John Clifford, Rev. ; born 1870. Foster. 

Son of Richard Wall, Baschurch. Class. Lower IVth — 
Vlth. Senior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Second Eleven Football; President of Athletics; Lieut, in 
Corps. Left Mids. 1890. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1893 '» Curate of Parish 
Church, Grimsby; Rector of Kelmarsh since 1902. 

Kelmarsh Rectory, Northampton. 

Walton, Horace Reginald. Spear. 

Care of Mrs. Webster, 28 Harrington Road, South Kensing- 
ton. Mod. III.— I. Left Mids. 1888. 

R. I.E.C., Cooper's Hill; Indian P.W.D. (Railway Depart- 
ment), c/o Messrs. King, King, &> Co., Bombay. 



Entries in September, 1886. 

Alderson-Smith, Alder. Bayfield. 

Son of G. Alderson-Smith, Wheatcroft Hill, Scarborough. 
Mod. III.— II. Left Easter 1888. Parent's Address. 

Annandale, Charles James Renton. School House. 

Son of J. Annandale, The Briary, Shotley Bridge, Co. 
Durham. Mod. IV.— II. Left Mids. 1889. Pare/it's Address. 

* Betts, Walter Paul. Day Boy. 

Junior School. Left Mids. 1887. 

46 St. Mary Abbott's Terrace^ Kensington, W. 

Chambers, Arthur Sydney ; born 1875. Minor Scholar. Bryans. 
Son of Mrs. Chambers, Jersey. Junior School — IHrd. 
Left Chr. 1887. 

Naval Cadet, H.M.S. Raleiqh 1888; landed for active service 
in River Gambia against Fodi Sila 1894 (mentioned in 
Despatches, Medal and Clasp); Lieut. 1896; present at the 
bombardment of the Taku Forts, North China ; Pekin Relief 
Column (Mentioned in Despatches, Medal and two Clasps) ; 
Lieutenant and Commander, H.M.S. "Skate," Felixstone. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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^Fenning, William Maxwell, Capt. ; born 1873. School House. 

Son of W. M. Fenning, Wellington House. Lower IVth — 
Army Class House Prefect; Second Eleven Football. 
Left Easter 1892. 

Suffolk Regiment ; 3rd Madras Lancers ; Capt. Indian Army 
1902. cjo Messrs. Grindlay &> Co., 54 Parliament Street, S.W. 

* Fernie, Francis Hood, Capt. ; born 1872. Exhibitioner. Day Boy. 
Son of W. J. Fernie. Class. Lower IVth— Vth. Junior 
Chapel Prefect. Left Mids. 1890. 
R.M.C., Sandhurst; Lieut. King's Dragoon Guards 1892; 
Winner of Half-Mile Army Championship 1892; served in 
South African War (Major Imperial Yeomanry) 1901. 

Army and. Navy Club, Pall Mall, W. 

Fernie, William James ; born 1874. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Junior School— Lower IVth. Left Mids. 
1889. 

H.M.S. Worcester-, Trinity Hall, Cambridge; rowed in Uni- 
versity Eight 1896-7-8 ; served in South African War with 
City of London Volunteers. 

Frankish, John Raven. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. L. Frankish, Kirmington House, Melton Ross, 
Barnetby, R.S O., Lincolnshire. Class. Upper IVth — Vth. 
School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Chr. 1890. Parent's Address. 

Friedlaender, Albert Herman. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. H. Friedlaender. Class. Lower IVth. Left 
Chr. 1886. 

Friedlaender, Percy Reginald. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Class. Junior School. Left Chr. t886. 

Gilbert, Francis Porter ; born 1874. Day Boy. 

Son of S. F. Gilbert, Malvern Wells. Junior School — Mod. 
II. Left Chr. 1890. 

Farming. Malvern Wells. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Greig, F. E. School House. 

Care of J. Meikleham, ioo King Street, Manchester. Mod. 
III. Left Chr. 1889. Surabaya, Java. 

Humphreys, Edward Russell. Foster. 

Son of E. H. Humphreys, Lingdale, Bickley, Kent. Class. 
IHrd -Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1889. 

Johnson, Charles Hope Willes. School House. 

Son of Captain W. F. Johnson, R.M. Class. Shell. Left 
Easter 1889. 

*Knowles, John ; born 1872. Foster. 

Son of W. Knowles, Streatham. Mod. III. — I. House 
Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1889. 

In business. 7 Orme Square, Queen's Gate, London. 

Littledale, Arthur Reginald Cuthbert. Spear. 

Son of Rev. C. E. Littledale, The Rectory, Shepperton, 
R. S. O., Middlesex. Mod. III.— II. Left Easter 1888. 

Served in the South African War ; Capt. 4th Battalion 
The Cameronians. The Depdt, Hamilton. 

Littledale, Bernard Henry. Spear. 

Brother of above. Junior School — Shell. Left Chr. 1888. 
Served in the South African War with Cape Mounted Police. 

Parent's Address. 

Luxton, Francis Willoughby. Bayfield. 

Son of Mrs. Luxton, High School, The Temple, Brighton. 
Class. IHrd— Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1888. 

Morrow, William. Bryans. 

Son of F. Morrow, 59 Rue Spontini, Paris. Mod. III.— II. 
Left Chr. 1887. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
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* Moss, Harold Kenneth ; born 1875. School House. 

Son of L. S. Moss, Madras. Class. Junior School — 
Upper Vth. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1894. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge. Kismet, Hoddesdon, Herts. 

Perry, George Harry Pearson ; bom 1870 School House. 

Son of H. Perry, Stourbridge. Mod. III. — I. Left Chr. 
1887. 

In business. Thornleigh, Stourbridge. 

*Powys-Keck. Horace James; born 1873. Day Boy. 

Son of T. B. Powys-Keck, 60th Rifles. Class. Lower IVth. 
Left Easter 1887. 
5th Battalion King's Royal Rifles 1894 ; retired 1903 ; A. D. C. 
to Governor and Commander-in-chief of Newfoundland 
1900-01. Ripple Hall, Tewkesbury. 

Pybus, William Henry Lawson. School House. 

Son of J. Pybns, Llanvihangel Court, Chepstow. Mod. II — 
—I. Left Mids. 1887. 

* Ridsdale, Charles Henry, Rev. ; born 1873. Faber. 

Son of J. F. Ridsdale, Clapham. Class. Lower IVth — 
Remove. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1892. 

Trinity College, Oxford ; ordained 1896 ; Curate of St. Wer- 
burgh's, Derby; Parish Church, Brighton; appointed to the 
Trinity (Oxford) Mission ; Stratford, 1902. 

20 Cedars Road, Clapham Common, 5. W. 

Smith, Herbert Francis. House Scholar. Spear. 

Son of S. F. Smith, 16 North Road, Surbiton, Surrey. 
Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. Junior Chapel Prefect; First 
Eleven Football (capt.) ; Ingleby Prize. Left Chr. 1890. 

Bramerton, By fleet, Surrey. 

s 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Thompson, Arthur Huxley, Rev. ; born 187?. Bayfield— Swan*. 

House Scholar. Son of John David Thompson, Henwick, 
Worcester. Class. Upper IVth — Vlth. School Prefect; 
Latin Prose ; Latin Verse ; Greek Prose ; Leaving Scholar- 
ship. Left Mids. 1S91. 

Scholar of Jesus College, Oxford ; Second Class Mods., Third 
Class Lit. Hum. ; B.A. 1896; ordained 1897; Senior Curate 
of Wolborough, Devon. 98 Wolborough Street, Newton Abbot. 

Weston, Wilfred Walter ; born 1870. House Scholar. Spear. 

Son of Walter Weston, Alnwick. Mod. III.— I. Left Chr. 
1889. 

Actuary's Apprentice in " The Life Association of Scotland." 

" Life Association " Ofices* Edinburgh. 

Woodhouse, Harry Percy ; born 1873. House Scholar. School House. 
Son of Rev. H. D. Woodhouse, Himbleton Vicarage, 
Droirwich. Class. Upper IVth — Vlth. Junior Chapel 
Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; Latin Verse. Left Mids. 
1891. 

Scholar of Magdalene College, Cambridge. ^Parent's Address. 



Entries in January, 1887. 

Bradbury, John Kaye. Bayfield. 

Son of R. Bradbury, Scarborough. Class. Hlrd — Lower 
IVth. Left Mids. 1888. 

Coleridge, Francis Arthur ; born 187 1. Mackie. 

Foundation Scholar. Son of Alfred James Coleridge, 
Bromham, Beds. Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. School Pre- 
fect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football ; Lea 
Shakespeare; Martin History; Editor of Malvernian. Left 
Midsummer 1890. 

Passed 3rd into R. M.C., Sandhurst; University College, 
London ; Indian Civil Service, Madras Presidency, 

Madanapalli, South India. 

f Last address known to Editor. 



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Copleston, Waters Edward. Fader. 

Son of Rev. J. H. Copleston, Offwell Rectory, Honiton. 

Class. Shell — Remove. School Prefect ; First Eleven 

Cricket. Left Mids. 1890. 

Indian Woods and Forest Department. Belgaum, Bombay. 

Coston, John Francis Wigley. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. M. F. Coston, The Grange, Malvern. Junior 
School. Left Mids. 1887. 

Eves, Graves William ; born 1872. House Scholar. School House. 
Son of Rev. E. L. Eves, Rectory, Maryborough, Ireland. 
Class. Upper IVth. Left Easter 1890. 

Trinity College, Dublin ; B.A 1893 > Honours Engineering 
Examination ; Resident Engineer on Galway and Clifden 
Railway. Parent's Address. 

* Foster, Reginald Erskine; born 1878. Foster — Toppin. 

Son of Rev. H. Foster, Malvern College. Class. Junior 
School —Upper Vth. First Eleven Cricket (capt.) ; First 
Eleven Football ; Racquets Pair 1895-96 ; Prichard Racquet 
1895-96. 

University College, Oxford; B.A, 1900; Honours in Mod. 
History ; played Cricket, Football, Racquets, and Golf for 
Oxford University ; Association Football for England (seven 
times) ; formed one of P. F. Warner's team to Australia 
1903-4 ; Stock Exchange. 11 Charles Street, Kniqhtsbridge, S. W. 

Garratt, Frederick Shenstone; born 1874. School House. 

Son of J. Garratt, J. P., Hagley. House Eleven Football. 
LeftChr. 1891. 

Art Student; served with Imperial Yeomanry in South 
African War. Wassell Grove, Hagley , Worcestershire. 

Griffith, John Lewis; born 1873. Foster. 

Son of W. G. Griffith, Croughton, Brackley. Mod. IV.— I. 
School Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Chr. 1892. 

Brewer and Wine Merchant. 

Croughton, Brackley, Nort Hants ', Broad Street \ Stamford. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Latham, Percy Holland; born 1873. Spear. 

Son of Rev. S. Latham, Farncombe House, Worthing. 
Class. Lower IVth— Remove, Senior Chapel Prefect ; First 
Eleven Cricket (capt.) 1887-91 ; Second Eleven Football ; 
Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1891. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B. A. 1894 ; University Cricket 
Eleven 1892-3-4 (capt. 1894) > House Master at 

Haileybury College. 

Messiter, Frederic Gerald; born 1873. School house. 

House Scholar. Son of F. Messiter, Moseley. Mod. III. 
- I. Left Chr. 1889. 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. ; House Physician Queen's Hospital, 
Birmingham. Died November 29th, 1896. 

Mullings, Frank Tudway; born 1871. Minor Scholar. Foster. 
Son of John Mullings, Cirencester. Class. Upper IVth— 
Vth. House Prefect; House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 
1889. 
Exeter College, Oxford. Died at Ventnor, March 1893. 

Neill, Reginald ; born 1871. Bayfield. 

Son of H. J. Neill, Rockport. Class. Upper IVth— Shell. 

School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven 

Cricket. Left Chr. 1890 12 Park Lane, London, W. 

Pbarse, Stephen Wyngate ; born 1872. Exhibitioner. School House. 
Son of Rev. G. W. Pearse, Walton Rectory, Bletchley. 
Left Chr. 1889. 

Farming. Ndwandwe, Zululand, Natal. 

* Sant, Ivor ; born 1870. Spear. 

Son of George Sant, West Cross, Swansea. Class. Shell — 
Remove. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; Second 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1889. 

Classical Exhibitioner, Jesus College, Oxford; B.A. 1895, 
Second Class Honours Mods., Second Class History; now 
Joint-Head of St. Edmund's School, Hindhead, Surrey. 

* Member of Old Malverniau Society. 



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Sharpe, Stanley Lancelot. Spear. 

Son of Admiral Sharpe, Hartley Wintney, Winchfield. Class. 
Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1887. 

Westhorp, Stirling Ilston ; born 1870. School House. 

Son of Rev. S. B. Westhorp. Class. Lower IVth— Upper 
IVth. Left Chr. 1888. 
In shipping business in Hamburg. Gnoll, Neath, Glamorgan. 

* Willett, Edward Reginald ; born 1872. School House. 

Minor Scholar. Son of L. E. Willett, Holly Lodge, Thorpe. 
Class. Upper IVth — Remove. House Prefect ; House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1890. 

Honours (Second Class) Law Final 1896; Solicitor at 
Bexhill. 1 Devonshire Terrace, Bexhill. 



Entries in May, 1867. 

*Bxdwell ( Charles Hugh; born 1871. School House. 

Son of Charles Bid well, Ely. Class. Lower IVth— Vlth. 
School Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; Second Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1891. 

Trinity College, Cambridge; Medical Student at University 
College Hospital 1892 ; M.R.C.S..L.R.C.P. (London) ; served 
with Orange Free State Ambulance in South African War 
1899-1900. P.O. Box 24, Bloemfontem, South Africa. 

Cator, Charles George Lumley; born 1872. Bayfield— Swann. 

Son of C. O. F. Cator, London. Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. 
School Prefect; Second Eleven Football; House Eleven 
Cricket; Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1891. 

Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1894, Third Class Natural 
Science Tripos; Secretary National Dental Hospital 1898- 
1900 ; now private secretary to W. J. Galloway, M.P. 

44 Green Street, Hyde Park, W. 

* Member of Old Malvecnian Society. 



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Harding, William ; born 1872. House Scholar. Bryans. 

Son of Rev. W. Harding, Hockley Vicarage, Chelmsford. 

Class. Lower IVth— Vth. House Prefect; House Eleven 

Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1889. 

Bank Clerk. Stamford Bank, Stamford, Lincolnshire. 

Hutchinson, Edward. Bayfield. 

Son of J. Hutchinson, Rose Hill, Cheltenham. Class. 
Junior School. Left Chr. 1888. 

Hutchinson, John. Bayfield. 

Brother of above. Junior School. Left Chr. 1888. 

Hutchinson, Bertram. Bayfield. 

Brother of above. Junior School. Left Chr. 1888. 

Hutchinson, William. Bayfield. 

Brother of above. Junior School. Left Chr. 1888. 

*Lemarchand, William Rowland; born 1874. Faber. 

Son of F. Lemarchand, Instow, N. Devon. Class. Hlrd — 
Lower Vth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1893. 

P. and O. Office, Leadenhall Street. P. and 0. Offices, Shanghai. 

* Lindsay, Francis Howard. Bayfield — Swann. 

Son of William A. Lindsay, K.C., 17 Cromwell Road, S.W. 
Class. Hlrd— Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; 
Second Eleven Cricket ; Shooting Eight ; Lieut, in Corps. 
Left Mids. 1895. 

Mathematical Scholar of Clare College, Cambridge ; B. A 1898 ; 
Junior Examiner Scotch Education Department 1899; 
Lieut, in London Scottish R.V. ; Hon. Sec. of O. M. F. C. 
since 1900. Parent's Address. 

McKay, Crichton Melville. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Jane McKay, 31 Beresford Road, Birkenhead. 
Class. Shell — Vth.. House Prefect. Left Easter 1889. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Parker, Arthur Charles. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Creagh, 3 Throgmorton Avenue, London, E.C. 
Mod. IV— II. Left Chr. 1889. 

Reeves, Thomas Somerville ; born 1873. Foster. 

Son of The Dean of Ross, Co. Cork. Class. Illrd — Upper 
Vth. School Prefect: House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 
1 89 1. 

Oriel College, Oxford. Glandore House, Glandore, Co. Cork. 

Robinson, Alfred Haynes ; born 1872. Foster. 

Son of Haynes S. Robinson, Norwich. Class. Illrd — Shell. 
Left Mids. 1892. 

Jesus College, Cambridge. St. Giles* Plain, Norwich. 

Robinson, Stanley Maidens; born 1873. Faber. 

Son of Dr. J. Robinson, Cavendish Square, London. Class. 
Illrd— Mod. I. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1892. 
Solicitor. St. Alban's, Herts. 

Shammon, Harry Albert. Bryans. 

Son of W. Shammon, Billesley House, King's Heath. Mod. 
IV.— III. Left Chr. 1888. 

Tireman, George William ; born 1872. Bryans. 

Son of Rev. F. S. Tireman, Kirk Sandal 1, Doncaster. 
Class. Lower IVth — Upper IVth. House Eleven Cricket 
and Football. Left Chr. 1888. 

Land Agent ; now in shipping business. 59 Mark Lane, E.C. 

Verschoyle, James Joseph. School Bouse. 

Class. Lower IVth— Mod. III. Left Easter 1889. Died 
Feb. 1894. 

Wood, George Jordaim ; born 1872. Foster. 

Son of John C. Wood, Lota, Glanmire, Co. Cork, Ireland. 
Mod. III. — Army Class— Mod. I. School Prefect; Second 
Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1893. 
Clare College. Cambridge. Died 1897. 



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Entries in September, 1887. 

#Annandale, Sydney Fairfax; born 1872. School House. 

Son of James Annandale. Class. Lower IVth^ Lower Vth. 
School Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; Shooting Eight ; 
Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1891. 

Paper Manufacturer; served in the Sharpshooters' Corps in 
South African War. The Briary, Shotley Bridge, Durham. 

Barnitt, Herbert Perrins; born 1873. Minor Scholar. Spear. 

Son of F. Barnitt, Woodside, Worcester. Class. Lower IVth 
— Lower Vth. Left Easter 1891. 

National Provincial Bank of England, Leeds. 

*Bell, Eric Walter; born 1875. School House. 

Son of Rev. W. C. Bell, Northmoor Vicarage, Oxford. 
Class. Junior School— Remove. Left Chr. 1893. 

Solicitor. 17 Knight Rider Street, London, E.C. 

Bett, Stafford Henry. Day Bay. 

Son of General Bett, St. Clare, Malvern. Junior School — 
Mod. II. Left Mids. 1893. 
Market Gardener. Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

Bett, Francis Bourdillon. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Junior School— Lower Mod. I. Left 
Easter 1894. 

Market Gardener. Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

Bradley. William Herbert Cecil. Bryans. 

Son of W. Bradley, 15 St. Andrew's Crescent, Cardiff. 
Class. Lower IVth — Lower Vth. House Eleven Football. 
Left Chr. 1890. 

Solicitor. Cardiff. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society . 



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Brooke, Edward William Saurin ; born 1873. Bayfield— Swann. 
Exhibitioner. Son of Col. W. S. Brooke, Raijsore, C.P., 
India. Army Class. School Prefect ; Second Eleven 
Cricket ; House Eleven Football ; Shooting Eight. Left 
Chr. 1890. 
R.M.A., Woolwich; Field Battery, Royal Artillery; Capt. 
1900. 



Cooke, Philip Henry; born 1871. Minor Scholar. Foster. 

Son of Henry Cooke, Rochester. Class. Shell — Remove. 
House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1890. 
Keble College, Oxford ; B.A. 1894; Solicitor. 

13 Eldon Rood, Kensington. 

xCorbett, Leonard Bagot; born 1871. House Scholar. Spear. 
Son of Rev. E. B. Corbett, Vicarage, Thame. Class. Shell 
—Vlth. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; First 
Eleven Football ; Leaving Scholarship. Left Mids. 1890. 

Bible Clerkship, All Souls College, Oxford; B.A., Third 
Class Classical Mods. ; Assistant Master at Bromsgrove ; at 
Malvern College 1901—1903; now at the Royal Naval 
College, Osborne. R.N.C., Osborne. 



Crump, Eldon Annesley ; born 1874. School House — Lyon. 

Son of J. F. Crump, Walsall. Class. IHrd — Remove. 
House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Mids. 1892. 

Exeter College, Oxford; B.A., B.C.L. ; Capt. 2nd V. B. 
S. Staffs. Regiment. Victoria Terrace, Walsall. 



Everitt, Clement ; born 1873. Exhibitioner. School House. 

Son of George Everitt, Wells, Norfolk. Class. Lower IVth 
—Vlth. School Prefect; House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1892. But Hands, Wells, Norfolk. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Foster, Wilfred Lionel, Capt. ; born 1874. Minor Scholar. Foster. 
Son of Rev. H. Foster, Malvern College. Class. Upper 
IVth— Army Class. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; 
First Eleven Football; Public Schools Racquets 1888-92; 
winner in 1892 with H. K. Foster ; Lieut, in Corps ; Chance 
Prize. Left Mids. 1892. 

R. M. A., Woolwich; Capt. R. F. A.; served in the South 
African War 1899-1902, and was mentioned in Despatches; 
Queen's Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two 
Clasps; Somaliland Campaign, mentioned in Despatches 
(twice), received the D. S. O., and Medal with Clasp. 

5 The College, Malvern. 

Good, William Perry Stewart. School House. 

Son of W. S. Good, 56 High Street, Lymington, Hants. 
Mod. III. — II. Second Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1889. 

Gkaham-Clarke, Leonard Warre; born 1872. School House. 

Son of L. J. Graham-Clarke, Glanrhos, Rhayader. Mod. 
IV.— II. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1888. 

Braemore Estate, Agra % Patnos, Ceylon. 

Hannam, Willoughby Arthur ; born 1872. School House. 

Son of Willoughby Hannam, C.E., Cooktown, N. Queens- 
land. Mod. III.— I. Left Chr. 1889. 

Surveyor. Cairns \ N. Queensland. 

Hannam, Robert Wilfrid ; born 1873. School House. 

Brother of above. Mod. IV.— II. Left Chr. 1888. 

Mining Agent in West Africa ; at present in charge of a 
Mining Expedition sent by the Belgian Government to the 
Congo Free State. 

cjo Rev. A. Hannam, Diddington Vicarage, Huntingdon. 

Harding, Walter ; born 1868. School House. 

Son of G. Harding, Stanton, Bebington, Cheshire. Mod. 
III. — II. Gymnasium Team. Left Easter 1889. 

Shipping in Bordeaux till 1904. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Harding, Arthur ; born 1870. School House. 

Brother of above. Mod. III. — II. House Prefect; First 
Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Easter 1890. 

Farming, c/o C. M. Beckett, Landican, Woodchurch, Birkenhead. 



Hignell, Sidney Robert ; born 1873. Minor Scholar. Faber. 

Son of T. E. Hignell, Downend, Gloucestershire. Class. 
Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; 
First Eleven Football ; English Essay. Left Mids. 1892. 

Exhibitioner, Worcester College, Oxford ; Scholar of Exeter 
College, Oxford ; Indian Civil Service. 

The Secretariat, Darjeeling, Bengal. 

Hilton, Herbert Philip. Faber. 

Son of E. T. Hilton, Preston House, Balham Hill, S.W. 
Class. IHrd— Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1890. 

Lieutenant Middlesex Regiment 1901 ; served in the South 
African War. Parent's Address. 



* Huntington, Lancelot Gerald D'Almaine; born 1874. Foster. 

House Scholar. Son of Rev. H. J. Huntington, Leghorn, 
Italy. Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. Junior Chapel Prefect; 
Second Eleven Cricket ; Editor of Malvernian ; Left Mids. 
1892. 

University College, Oxford ; B A., Fourth Class History. 

6 Bcvington Road, Oxford. 

* Jones, Cecil Joseph, Rev,; born 1873. Spear. 

Son of William Jones, Abberley Hall, Stourport. Class. 
IHrd — Remove. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
Second Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1892. 

Brasenose College, Oxford ; B. A. 1897; ordained 1898 ; Curate 
of St. Paul's, Dundee. 

St. Paul's Clergy House, Castle Hill, Dundee. 
* Member of Old MalvernUn Society. 



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Mitchell, Francis Courtenay ; born 1872. Foster. 

Son of Rev. S. Mitchell. Class. Illrd— Lower Vth. School 
Prefect; Second Eleven Cricket; House Eleven Football. 
Left Easter 1892. 

Exeter College, Oxford ; Silver and Gold Medal for Speed 
Skating 1895 ; won the Mile against Cambridge in 3 mins. 
24! sees. ; Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, 1896-7; 
Capt. and Instructor of Musketry, 3rd Royal Berks. Militia, 
1899. Junior Naval and Military Club, 96 Piccadilly, W . 

* Phillips, Frederick William. School House. 

Mod. III. —I. School Prefect; First Eleven Football; 
House Eleven Cricket ; Lieutenant in Corps. Left Easter 
1891. Riversdale, Goring-on Thames, 

Pine-Coffin, Richard. School House. 

Son of J. R. Pine-Coffin, Portledge, Bideford. Class. 
Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1889. 

Pole, Chandos Edward van Notten. School House, 

Son of Mrs. L. van N. Pole, Todenham, Moreton-in-the- 
Marsh. Mod. III.— II. Left Easter 1889. 

Preece, Frank Hugh ; born 1872. House Scholar. Faber. 
Son of W. H. Preece, F.R.S.. Wimbledon. Class. Shell- 
Remove. House Prefect; Shooting Eight; Lieutenant in 
Corps. Left Mids. 1890. 

King's College, London. Gothic Lodge, Wimbledon. 

Sells, Arthur Clement ; born 1872. Spear. 

Son of Rev. W. Sells, Niton Rectory, Isle of Wight. Class. 
Lower IVth— Upper Vth. School Prefect; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football ; Editor of Malvernian. Left Mids. 1891. 

Queen's College, Oxford ; Indian Imperial Education Service, 
Central Provinces; appointed Guardian to H. H. The 
Maharaja of Patiala, Punjab, 1903. Patiala, Punjab. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Smith, George Frederick Darwall ; born 1874. Bryans. 

Foundation Scholar. Son of J. G. Smith, Worcester Park, 
Surrey. Class. Vth —Remove. House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Chr. 1888. 

Afterwards at Winchester; New College, Oxford, 1892. 



Swinburne, James Charles. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. E. M. Swinburne, Belle View, llkley, Yorks. 
Class. Upper IVth— Army Class. First Eleven Cricket; 
House Eleven Football ; Gymnasium Pair. Left Chr. 1891. 

Went to Ceylon ; afterwards to Straits Settlements ; Coffee 
Planter ; served with Paget's Horse in the South African 
War. 

Teape, Charles Stanley. Spear. 

Son of C. A. Teape, Cardington Lodge, St. Aubin's, Jersey. 
Mod. IV.— HI. Left Chr. 1888. 

Sheep Farming. 

Wardlaw, James Tait. Spear- Day Boy. 

Son of J. C. Wardlaw, Formosa, Malvern. Class. Upper 
I Vth — Remove. School Prefect ; Editor of Malvernian ; 
English Essay. Left Mids. 1892. 

King's College, Cambridge, Skanklin, Isle of Wight. 

Warlow, Alick John Picton ; born 1873. Bryans — Huntington. 

Minor Scholar. Son of Colonel Turbefvill, Ewenny Priory, 
Bridgend. Wales Mod. III.— Class. Vlth. School Prefect ; 
Second Eleven Cricket ; Second Eleven Football ; Dowdes- 
well Prize. Left Mids. 1892. 

Mathematical Scholar, Caius College, Cambridge ; Long Jump, 
Cambridge v. Oxford, 1894 ; now in Canada. 

Parent's Address. 

Warlow, Robert Picton ; born 1873. Bryans. 

Brother of above. Mod. IV. Left Easter 1888. 

Afterwards at Sherborne. 



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Wilbsrforcb, Samuel ; born 1874. House Scholar. Bayfield — Swam*. 
Son of R. G. Wilberforce, Lavington House, Pet worth. 
Class. Shell— Vlth. School Prefect; Second Eleven 
Cricket ; Second Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1893. 

Classical Scholar, Pembroke College, Cambridge ; Indian Civil 
Service. Parent's Address. 

* Wright, William Maurice; born 1873. School House. 

Son of William Wright, Wold Newton. Class. Lower 
IVth— Lower Vth. House Prefect. Left Easter 1892. 

St. John's College, Oxford; Long Jump v. Cambridge 1890; 
B.A. 1896; J. P. for part of Lindsey, Lincolnshire. 

Wold Newton Manor t N. Thoresby, Lincolnshire. 

* Wright, Ernest Hugh, Rev ; born 1872. Bryans* 

Son of Ernest Wright, Skipton. Class. Lower IVth — Upper 
IVth. House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1888. 

Exhibitioner, Queens' College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1894 ; 
ordained 1896 ; Assistant Master, Dulwich College, 1902. 

The College, Dulwich, S.E. 

Wright, George Frederick. Bryans. 

Brother of above. Class. Lower IVth. Left Easter z888. 



Entries in January, 1888. 

Attwood, Charles Neville ; born 1871. Bryans — Huntington. 

Son of C. Attwood, The Laurels, Tewkesbury. Mod. III. — I. 
Left Chr. 1889. 
Solicitor. Quintin, near Stratford-on-Avon. 

Blakiston, Archibald Charles Hugh ; born 1874. School House. 
Foundation Scholar. Son of Rev. C. D. Blakiston, Exeter. 
Class. Shell— Vlth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball ; Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1892. 
Scholar of Trinity College, Oxford; B.A., Second Class 
Classical Mods., Second Class Lit. Hum. ; Assistant Corres- 
pondent of The Times in Berlin 1902. Savile Club, Piccadilly. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Brisco, Hylton Ralph. Bryans. 

Son of Sir M. Brisco, Bart., Crofton Hall, Wighton, Cumber- 
land. Mod. IV. Left Easter 1889. 

Brown, Charles Hugh. Foster. 

Son of Charles Brown, Gleneldon Road, Streatham, S.W. 
Mod. HI.— II. Left Easter 1899. 

In business. 280 Pitt Street, Sydney, N.S.W. 

*Caddick, Charles John ; born 1874. House Scholar. Bayfield. 
Son of A. Caddick, Glenfield, Manor Road, Sutton Coldfield. 
Class. Shell— Remove. House Prefect. Left Easter 1892. 

Edinburgh University; M.B., Ch. M., 1897; F.R.C.S. 1902; 
Corporal 37th (Bucks.) Imperial Yeomanry, South Africa, 
1900; Surgeon Imperial Yeomanry Hospital, Deelfontein, 
South Africa, 1901. 44 Bradford Street, Walsall, Staffs. 

Campbell, Charles William Rea. Bayfield. 

Care of Miss Foster, The Holme, Inner Circle, Regent's 
Park,N.W. Mod. III.- 1. Left Chr. 1889. 

Cator, Arthur Charles Albemarle ; born 1873. Foster. 

Son of F. H. Cator, South Kensington. Class. Lower IVth 
—Mod. II. Left Chr. 1889. 

Articled Pupil to Architects. \Davy House Road, Derby. 

Cazalet, Maurice Hamilton. Day Boy. 

Son of C. A. Cazalet, St. Petersburg. Mod. II. — I. Left 
Easter 1890. 

Charles, Albert Pendrill ; born 1874. House Scholar. Faber. 

Son of Pendrill Charles, Plasnewydd, Neath. Class. Upper 
IVth — Vlth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football; English Verse ; Latin Verse; Latin Prose; Ingleby 
Prize ; President of Athletics ; Editor of Malvernian ; Leav- 
ing Scholarship. Left Mids. 1893. 

Classical Scholar, Trinity College, Oxford ; Indian Civil 
Service ; Joint Magistrate in Agra. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. t Last address known to Editor. 



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*Dbvbnish, Henry Noel; bom 1873. Spear. 

Son of M. H. W. Devenish, Westleigh, Salisbury. Class. 
Lower IVth— Shell. Left Easter 1892. 
St. John's College, Cambridge. Little Dum/ord, Salisbury, 

Dwyer, George Toulmain Cunyngharae, Capt. School House. 

Son of Mrs. C. W. Dwyer, 3 Cambridge Terrace, Walmer, 
Deal. Class. Upper IVth — Army Class. School Prefect; 
Chance Exhibition. Left Mids. 1891. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; Capt. R. A. 1900 ; Adjutant 1904 ; served 
in the South African War (Special Service). 

Good son, Frank. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. M. Goodson, 15 Kensington Court, London, W. 
Class. Illrd — Army Class. Left Mids. 1892. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; Capt. R.A. 190 1. Liverpool. 

Goodson, Ernest. Foster. 

Brother of above. Class. Junior School — Shell A. Left 
Chr. 1893. 

Harpbr, Montague John Strachey. Foster. 

Son of R. H. Harper, Nutfield, Weybridge. Mod. III.— I. 
Left Chr. 1889. Paretics Address. 

*Hbnbry, John Philip Edmond ; born 1872. Faber. 

Son of E. T. Henery, 12 Pulteney Street, Bath. Mod. III. 
— I. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football ; 
Shooting Eight. Left Mids, 1891. 

St. George's Hospital; Winner of St. George's Challenge 
Vase, Bisley, 1893. iSt. George's Hospital, London, W. 

Herbert, Cecil Coulthurst ; born 1873. Bayfield— Swann. 

Son of T. Herbert, Cheltenham. Class. Lower IVth— Army 
Class. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football. 
Left Chr. 1891. 

In Ceylon. Gloucester Lodge, Cheltenham. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. t Last address known to Editor. 



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Holme, Gerald Ptoler. Day Boy. 

Son of G. J. Holme. Class. Lower IVth— Upper IVth. 
Left Easter 1890. Enderley, Avenue Road, Malvern. 

# Johnston, Charles Ernest, Capt. ; born 1871. Faber. 

Son of C. J. Johnston, Elgin. Class. Upper IVth. House 
Prefect. Left Chr. 1889. 
• In business; served in the South African War, Capt. Scottish 
Horse. Lesmurdie, Elgin. 

* Langhornb, Charles Edward Cecil Ind ; born 1873. Faber. 

Minor Scholar. Son of- Rev. J. Langhorne, The Vicarage, 
Lamberhurst, Kent. Class. Upper IVth— Upper Vth. House 
Prefect. Left Chr. 1890. 

Assistant, Messrs. Parry & Co., Madras. 

c\o Parry &Co. % Madras. 

Lbgh, Edmund Willoughby ; born 1874. House Scholar. Foster. 
Son of Rev. H. E. Legh, Maldon. Class. Shell -Vlth. 
School Prefect ; House Eleven Football ; Greek Verse ; 
Greek Prose. Left Mids. 1892. 

Exhibitioner, University College, Oxford ; First Class Classical 
Mods. ; Indian Civil Service, Madras Presidency, - 

7 North HiU t Colchester. 

Martin, Cunliffe Hamilton; born 1873. Foster. 

Son of Col. Cunliffe Martin, Delmar, Cheltenham. . Class. 
. Upper IVth— Army Class. House Eleven Football. Left 
Easter 1892. 

R. M.C., Sandhurst; Lieut. 4th Bengal Lancers; died of 
fever at Ajenir, Rajputana, October 5th, 1900. 

*Morrice, Cecil Graham ; born 1874. School House. 

Son of A. W. Morrice, Dynevor House, Oxton. Class. 
Upper IVth —Army Class. House Eleven Football. Left 
Chr. 1890. 

In business in Brazil. 

do Messrs. Wilson &> Sons, Pernambuco, Brazil. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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# Mullings, Richard John. Fosfer. 

Son of J. Mullings, Cirencester. Class. Shell — Vth. Left 
Mids. 1890. Cirencester. 

* Perry, John Edgar. School House. 

Son of H. Perry, Thornleigh, Hagley Road, Stourbridge. 
Mod. III.— II. Left Mids. 1889. 

Roofing Tile Manufacturer. Pedmore Court, Stourbridge, 

Rhodes, Thomas Basil ; born 1874. Spear, 

Son of T. E. Rhodes. Class. Upper IVth— Remove. Senior 
Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket (capt.) ; First Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1893. 

Scholbfibld, Percy Gordon ; born 1873. Bayfield—Swann. 

Son of C. Scholefield, Kensington. Mod. IV. — II. Left 
Easter 1890. 

Taylor, Norman McGregor ; born 1872. Foster. 

Son of Charles Taylor, Liverpool. Mod. IV. — I. Left 
Mids. 1889. 

In business. 49 Ballioi Road, Bootle y Liverpool. 

Taylor, Stewart Kirk wood ; born 1873. Foster 

Brother of above. Mod. IV.— I. Left Chr. 1889. 

In business. 

49 Ballioi Road, Booth, Liverpool. 

Theobald, John Percy. Bayfield. 

Son of Colonel Theobald, Bournside, Cheltenham. Mod. IV. 
—III. Left Chr. 1888. 

Jn Ceylon. 

Thomas, David Percy Morgan. Foster. 

Son of J. Morgan Thomas, National Provincial Bank of 
England, Brecon. Class. Illrd— Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1891. 

Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malverniau Society. 



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*Webb, John Henty Jonas ; born 1874. Minor Scholar. Faber. 
Son of Jonas Webb, Mellon Ross, Barnetby Junction, Lin- 
coln. Class. Lower IVth — Remove. School Prefect ; First 
Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1892. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge; B.A. 1895 > Farming. 

Parent's Address. 

* Willbtt, Humphrey Louis ; born 1874. School House. 

Son of Louis E. Willett, Norwich. Class. Lower IVth — 
Upper Vth. House Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1892. 
Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Norfolk Regiment 1900; served 
in the South African War, Queen's Medal and three Clasps, 
King's Medal with Clasps ; in business. 

c\o Messrs. Holt £• Co., 3 Whitehall Place, S.W. 



Entries in May, z888. 

Blandy, Adam Poyntz. Faber. 

Son of A. F. Blandy, Marcham Park, Abingdon. Class. 
Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1889. 

Cale, G. H. Vernon ; born 1872. School House. 

Son of B. G. Cale, Handsworth. Mod. III. — II. Left 
Easter 1889. 

Architect. 60 Newhall Street, Birmingham. 

Cope, Richard Percy Haden. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. F. Haden Cope, North Malvern Vicarage. 
Class. Lower IVth. Left Easter 1890. Parent's Address. 

* Deacon, Edmund ; born 1872. Spear. 

Son of Edmund Deacon, Uckfield. Army Class. School 
Prefect ; Second Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1890. 
R. M. C, Sandhurst, 1891 ; Lieut. 1st King's Dragoon Guards 
1892 ; fought in the South African War (Major, Essex 
Imperial Yeomanry) 1901. Sloe House, Halstead, Essex, 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



1888 2 The Malvern Register. 245 

Hadow, Herbert Edgcumbe, Rev. ; born 1872. Foster. 

Son of Rev. W. E. Hadow, South Cerney Vicarage, Ciren- 
cester. Class. Upper IVth — Shell. Left Easter 1890. 
St. Catherine's College, Oxford; B.A. 1894; ordained 1895; 
Priest in charge. St. Luke's, Tutshill, Chepstow. 

Hilton, Francis Ernest. Faber. 

Son of E. F. Hilton, Preston House, Balham Hill, S.W. 
Class. Hlrd— Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1891. 

Mandbrs, Arthur Edward Beaumond ; born 1877. School House. 
Son of R. W. Manders, Castlesize, Naas, Ireland. Class. 
Junior School — Mod. I. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1894. 

Royal College of Science, Dublin ; Gold Assayer to 

South Randfontein Gold Mining Company, Johannesburg. 

Massey, William Francis Elcocke. Foster. 

Son of F. E. Massey, Poole Hall, Nantwich. Army Class. 
Left Chr. 1889. 
Served with Imperial Yeomanry in the South African War. 

* Porch, Robert Bagehot ; born 1875. School House. 

Son of J. A. Porch, Edgarley House, Glastonbury. Class. 
Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
Second Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1894. 

Trinity College, Oxford; B.A. 1898; Assistant Master at 
Malvern College 1904. The College, Malvern. 

Reece, Edmund Llewellin Bernard. Huntington. 

Son of E. B. Reece, Eaton House, Cardiff. Mod. III. — I. 

House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 

Mids. 1 89 1. 

Solicitor. Cardiff. 

Sells, Charles Bernard ; born 1874. Spear. 

Son of C. J. Sells, White Hall, Guildford. Class. Hlrd— 
Upper IVth. Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1891. 

Guy's Hospital; Surgical Dresser, 31st Company Imperial 
Yeomanry, in the South African War; died of typhoid at 
Imperial Yeomanry Hospital, Deelfontein, Jan. 22, 1901. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Simpson, Richard Hirst ; born 1872. Spear. 

Son of J. P. Simpson, Alnwick. Mod. II. Left Mids. 1889. 

In business. Ravenstmade, Alnwick, Northumberland. 

* Warren, William Meade King, Rev. ; born 1874. School House. 
Son of Rev. F. K. Warren, Exton Rectory, Dulverton. 
Class. Lower IVth— Upper Vth. Left Mids. 1892. 

Oriel College, Oxford ; Curate of Parish Church, Bridgwater. 

S/. Mary Street, Bridgwater, Somerset. 



Entries in September, 1888. 

Arden, John Henry Morris. Day Boy — Spear. 

Son of Rev. A. H. Arden, Malvern. Class. Hlrd — Army 
Class. House Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1892. 

Captain Worcestershire Regiment 1904 ; attached to the 
Egyptian Army. 

Atkins, Edgar Thomas ; born 1874. School House. 

Son of T. H. Adkins, Chinthurst Lodge, Guildford. Class. 
Hlrd— Mod. III. Left Mids. 1892. Dresden, Germany. 

Boyes, John Ridley ; born 1874. Bayfield— Swann. 

Son of Vice- Admiral G. T. H. Boyes, 79 Belgrave Road, 

S.W. Mod. IV. —Army Class. School Prefect; House 

Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1892. 

Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank, Hong Kong. 

c\o Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank, 31 Lombard Street, London, E.C. 

Brodhurst, Hugh ; born 1874. Minor Scholar. Bryans—- 

Huntington — House. Son of W. H. Brodhurst, Eltham Lawn, 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Cheltenham. Class. Upper IVth — Remove. School Pre- 
fect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1893. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1896 (Junior Opt.) ; 
Mechanical Engineer; A.M.I.C.E. 1902; holds appoint- 
ment in Egyptian State Railways. 

Cairo, Egypt ; Trevena, Cheltenham. 

Chichester, Robert Edward ; born 1872. Bayfield. 

Son of Charles Chichester, Halle, Barnstaple. Class. Lower 
IVth — Upper IVth. House Eleven Football; Shooting 
Eight. Left Mids. 1890. 

University College, Bristol, Electrical Engineering Depart- 
ment. Parent's Address. 



Crowley, John Sedgfield ; born 1873. Faber. 

Son of John Leatham Crowley, 6 Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston. 
Mod. III. — Army Class. School Prefect ; Second Eleven 
Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1893. 

Clare College, Cambridge; passed into R. M.C., Sandhurst, 
1894; West York Regiment; retired. 



Drew, Wilfrid James Barre; born 1874. Foster. 

Son of Rev. C. E. Drew, Wymington Rectory, Rushden, 
Northants. Class. Lower IVth — Remove. House Prefect; 
Second Eleven Football; House Eleven Cricket. Left 
Easter 1893. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1897 ; Electrical Engineer 
to London and North Western Railway ; in British Westing- 
house Company. 59 Longton Grove, Sydenham, S.E. 

* Evans, Ernest Robert ; born 1874. Faber. 

Son of W. J. Evans, St. Mary Street, Ely, Class. Lower 
IVth — Upper Vth. House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 
1893. 

Solicitor (Evans & Sons). St. Mary Street, Ely. 



Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Greig, Edwin A. School House. 

Care of J. Meikleham, ioo King Street, Manchester. Junior 
School— Mod. II. Left Mids. 1892. 
Cotton Merchant. Larnche, East ham, Cheshire. 

Hatch, Harry A. ; born 1874. Spear. 

Son of J. Hatch, Yarrow House, Southport. Mod. IV. — II. 

School Prefect; Second Eleven Football; House Eleven 

Cricket. Left Chr. 1S92. 

In business. Parent's Address. 

Hewson, J. Gilbert B. Bayfield— Swann. 

Son of Mrs. Gardiner, Hamsell House, near Bath. Class. 
Lower IVth— Upper Vth. Left Mids. 1893. 

#Hunt, Philip Charles Holmes; born 1874. Bayfield — Swann. 

Son of Charles Hunt, Birmingham. Mod. IV. — I. School 
Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; 
Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1892. 

Mason Science College, Birmingham ; Assistant Engineer to 
Metropolitan Gas Company of Melbourne, Australia. 

Kelvin Grove, Rectory Road, Beckenham. 

* Keeling, John Foxall ; born 1874. Minor Scholar. Foster. 

Son of C. F. Keeling, Edgbaston, Birmingham. Class. 
Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Easter 1890. 

Manufacturer. 16 York Road, Edgbaston, 

* Lowe, William Walter ; born 1873. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. Lowe, Stamford. Class. Lower IVth — Remove. 
Junior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; First Eleven 
Football (capt.) ; Lieutenant in Corps ; Champion Athlete 
1893 ; School Fives Pair. Left Mids. 1893. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1896 ; played in Univer- 
sity Cricket and Association Football Team ; Assistant Master 
at Malvern College since 1896. Parent's Address* 

• Member of Old Malvemian Society. 



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Maxwell, George ; born 1874. House Scholar, Rnans — Huntington. 
Son of A. Maxwell, Courtlough, Lusk, Co. Dublin. Army 
Class. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; Chance 
Exhibition. Left Mids. 1892. 

Passed 12th into R.M.A., Woolwich; Exhibitioner Dublin 
University 1893 ; District Inspector of Royal Irish Con- 
stabulary 1899. Dunshaughton, Co. Meath. 

* Newitt, John Richard Hill ; born 1873 Spear. 

Foundation Scholar. Son of J. B. Newitt, Cranford. Class. 
J^ower IVih— Vlth. Senior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; Gymnasium Pair ; Dowdes- 
well Prize ; Hopkinson Reading Prize. Left Mids. 1892. 

Scholar of Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Junior Opt.) 
1895 - Headmaster, Larchfield School, Helensburgh, since 
1900. Larchfield, Helensburgh , Scotland. 

Nugent, George R. Hodges ; born 1873. School House. 

Care of Miss Nugent, 20 Alexandra Road, Bedford. Army 
Class. House Prefect. Left Chr. 1890. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; Capt. and Adjutant R. G. A. ; served in 
the South African War. Hong Kong. 



* Phillips, Thomas; born 1875. Day Boy — Spear. 

Son of T. H. Phillips, South Lawn, Malvern Wells. Class. 
Lower IVth— Vlth. Junior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven 
Football ; Second Eleven Cricket ; Lieut, in Corps ; Shoot- 
ing Eight (Capt). Left Mids. 1894. 

Classical Scholar of Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1897 » 
Played in University Association Football Eleven ; Solicitor. 

64 Torrington Square, W.C. 

Pratt, William Becher Tidd ; born 1875. School House. 

Son of B. Tidd Pratt, 22 Balderton Gate, Newark. Class. 
Hlrd— Shell. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1894. 

Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
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* Pritt, Gerald Astley ; born 1874. Bryans — Huntington. 

Son of G. Ashby Pritt, 20 Thurlow Square, S. Kensington, 
Army Class. School Prefect ; House Eleven Football ; 
Shooting Eight ; Gymnasium Six. Left Easter 1892. 
Mining Engineer. Parent's Address. 

Pritt, Evelyn Hamilton ; born 1875. Bryans. 

Brother of above. Mod. III. Left Mids. 1889. 

Died 1900. 

Rhodes, Gerald A. Foster. 

Care of Mrs. M. U. Lang, Pas de Calais. Mod. III. — I. 
Left Mids. 1890: 

Served with Imperial Yeomanry Contingent in the South 
African War, and was killed in action. 

Shorting, George Herbert Cobbold, Rev. ; born 1874. Spear. 

House Scholar. Son of E. W. Shorting, Broseley, Shrop- 
shire. Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect. Left 
Mids. 1894. 

Classical Exhibitioner of Queens' College, Cambridge; B.A. 
(Second Class Classical Tripos) 1897 ; Ordained 1898 ; 
Curate of Riverhead and Dunton Green 1 898-1 901 ; Hurst- 
pierpoint 1901-1904; Vicar of Kimpton. 

Kimpton Vicarage, Welwyn, Herts. 

* Stroud, Herbert. Spear. 

Son of F. Stroud, Durham House, Southfields, S.W. Class. 
Lower IVth— Shell. Left Chr. 1890. 
Solicitor. Clarence Parade, Cheltenham. 

* Thatcher, William Henry Durant, Rev. ; born 1874. Faber. 

Minor Scholar. Son of Rev. W. D. Thatcher, Clent Hall, 
near Stourbridge. Class. Lower IVth — Remove. School 
Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1893. 

Magdalen College, Oxford ; B.A. 1897; Ordained 190 1 ; Curate 
of Tamworth 1904. 8 Albert Road, Tamworth, Staffs. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society . 



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TottLmin, Gerald O'Brien ; bom 1874. House Scholar. Foster. 
Son of F. B. Toulmin, Chelmsford. Class. Shell — Vlth. 
School Prefect ; Second Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1892. 

Stockbroker. Hatfield Peverel, Chelmsford, Essex. 



Watts, Ernest Francis. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. M E. Watts, Brook House, Heaton Chapel, 
Stockport. Class. Shell. Left Easter 1889. Parent's Address. 

Wise, Ernest Singleton ; born 1874. tintttington. 

Son of Edmund. Stephen Wise, Hampton. Junior School — 
Mod. II. Left Chr. 1890. 

Farming. Parent's A ddress. 



Entries in January, 1889. 



Bloxsomb, Sydney Schreiber. Bryans — Htttttingion. 

Son of O. Bloxsome, Sutherland Lodge, Exmouth. Mod. III. 
— I. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1891. 

* Cave, Stretton Cave Browne ; born 1878. School House. 

Son of W. C. B. Cave, Harborne, Birmingham. Junior 
School— Mod. II. Left Chr. 1893. Parent's Address. 

Cheetham, Bertram Cecil. School House, 

Son of W. J. Cheetham, Rawdon Hill, Arthington, Leeds. 
Junior School— Mod. III. Left Chr. 1891. 

Afterwards at Harrow. 

Cheetham, Reginald Aubrey. ' School House. 

Brother of above. Junior School— Mod. IV. Left Chr. 1 891. 

Afterwards at Harrow. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Collktt, Charles Morden. House Scholar. School House. 

Son of C. Collett, Highclere, Warberry Hill, Torquay. 
Mod. II.— Class. Vlth. First Eleven Football ; Latin Prose. 
Left Mids. 1895. 

Classical Exhibitioner, Hertford College, Oxford; Indian 
Civil Service. c\o Messrs. Grimilay <Sr* Co., Bombay. 

Esson, James; born 1874. Minor Scholar. School House. 

Son of William Esson, Oxford. Class. Upper IVth — 
Remove. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left 
Easter 1893. 

Died at Oxford, Feb. 1895. 

Eves, Edmund Lombard ; born 1874. School House. 

Son of Graves S. Eves. Class. Lower IVth— Shell. Left 
Chr. 1890. 

Trinity College, Dublin ; Engineer. 

18 Burlington Road % Dublin. 

Gardiner. Ambrose Norman. Bayfield — Swann. 

Son of Walter Gardiner, Anglefield, Godstone. Mod. III. 
Left Mids. 1890. 

Grasett, Francis James. Faber. 

Son of Rev. James E. Grasett, Allensmore Vicarage, Here- 
ford. Class. Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1891. 

Parent's Address. 

Griffith, William Lewis Haigh Glynne. Bryans — Huntin&on. 

Son of Mrs. E. G. Griffith, The Rosary, Abbey Road, 
Llandudno. Mod. Ill— I. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Chr. 1890. 

Griffith, Griffith Glynne. Bryans— Huntington. 

Brother of above. Class. IHrd — Upper IVth. House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Easter 1891. 

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Greentree, Richard ; born 1874. BayfieldSwann. 

Foundation Scholar and Faber Exhibitioner. Son of John 
Greentree, West Meon, Petersfield, Hants. Class. Remove 
— Vlth. House Prefect ; Latin Verse and Prose (three 
times) ; Greek Verse and Prose ; Ingleby (twice) ; Left Mids. 
1892. 

Classical Scholar, Balliol College, Oxford ; First Class Classical 
Mods. ; First Class Lit. Hum. ; B. A. ; Craven Scholar ; 
Eastern Cadetship. The Grove, Twyford, Winchester. 

* Harkness, Edward Law, Rev. ; born 1874. Foster. 

Son of Rev. H. L. Harkness, St. Swithin's Rectory, Worcester. 
Class. Lower IVth — Matriculation Class. School Prefect ; 
House Eleven Football; Sub-Editor of Malvernian. Left 
Mids. 1892. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1895 ; ordained 1898 ; 
Curate of Shirley 1898-1900; Old Swinford; Buxton 1902. 

45 Bath Street, Buxton. 

Harneis (formerly Morcom), Theophilus William; born 1874. 
Exhibitioner. School House. Son of Rev. W. G. Morcom, 
Hackney. Army Class. House Eleven Cricket and Foot- 
ball. Left Easter 1890. 

St. Michael's Vicarage, London Fields, Hackney. 

Hickes, George ; born 1874. Minor Scholar. Spear. 

Son of T. H. F. Hickes, Draycot Vicarage, Cheddar, Somer- 
set. Class Upper IVth — Upper Vth. House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Chr. 1890. 

Keble College, Oxford. Uobbeswell, Cheddar, Somerset. 

Hill, George Alexander. Faber. 

Class. Hlrd -Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1889. 

Tinakori Road, Wellington, New Zealand. 

James, Stephen Edgar ; born 1874. School House. 

Son of A. B. James, Shovel! House, North Petherton, Bridg- 
water. Mod. III.— Army Class. House Prefect; Left 
Chr. 1891. 

Tea-grower in Ceylon. Fairlawn, Maskeliya, Ceylon. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Longridge, James Atkinson, Capt. ; born 1875. Minor Scholar. 
Bryans— Huntington— House. Son of Michael Longridge, 
Bowdon, Cheshire. Class. Upper IVth — Army Class. 
School Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven 
Cricket ; Lieut, in Corps ; Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1893. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst; passed out 2nd (Honours); Queen's 
Regiment; 7th Bombay Lancers; Supply and Transport 
Service ; China 1900 (mentioned in Despatches, Medal) ; 
Somaliland 1903-4 (mentioned in Despatches, Medal and two 
Clasps). c' t o Messrs. King, King, <&• Co., Bombay. 

Marriott, Harold Henry ; born 1875. Bryans— Huntington — House. 
House Scholar. Son of C. H. Marriott, Harcourt House, 
Kibworth, near Leicester. Class. Vth — Vlth. School 
Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; House Eleven Football; 
School Racquet Pair 1893-4; Fi ve s Pair 1894; Leaving 
Exhibition. Left Mids. 1894. 

Classical Scholar, Clare College, Cambridge; B.A. 1897; 
University Cricket Eleven ; for sometime Assistant Master 
at Marlborough College. Parent's Address. 

* Meugens, Edward Earle; born 1875. Bayfield — Swann. 

Exhibitioner. Son of Marc Meugens, Council House Street 
Calcutta. Mod. III.— I. Left Chr. 1891. 

Chartered Accountant (Meugens, King, & Simpson). 

102 Clive Street, Calcutta. 

Morecroft, Hubert Charles. Day Boy. 

Son of A. H. Morecroft, 32 Linnet Lane, Liverpool. 
Class. IHrd. Left Chr. 1889. 

*Mott, Arthur Ernest; born 1874. Spear. 

Son of Francis Delamolte Mott, Finsbury. Mod. II. — I. 
House Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Chr. 1891. 

Timber Merchant. 65 New Broad Street, E.C. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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PerrIns, Ronald. Faber. 

Son of J. H. Perrins, Cbaddesley Villa, Kempley Road, 
Harapstead. Mod. III. Left Easter 1889. 

Skeels, Cecil Serocold. Bayfield— Swantt . 

Son of Rev. S C. Skeels, Foston Rectory, Leicester. Class. 
Upper IVth— Vth. Left Mids. 1891. 

Served with Bethune's Mounted Infantry in the South African 
War. Parent's Address. 

Stanley, Hartley ; born 1874. Huntington. 

Son of Walmsley Stanley, The Knowle. Leighton Court 
Road, Streatham, S.W. Mod. III. — II. Left Mids. 1892. 

Solicitor. Parent's Address. 

Tahourdin, Spencer Maxwell, Capt. ; born 1875. Bayfield — Swann. 
House Scholar. Son of Rev. R. Tahourdin, Twickenham. 
Class. Upper IVth— Vth. Left Mids. 1891. 

R. I. E. C, Cooper's Hill; Capt. Indian Army (12th Cavalry) 
1904. The Vicarage, Twickenham. 

*Urwick, Frank Davidson. Spear. 

Son of S. J. Urwick, St. Dunstan's, Malvern. Mod. III. 
Left Chr. 1891. Sunny Bank, Yeovil. 

Wates, Kenneth Hansell. Huntington. 

Son of P. J. Wates, Milverton, Taunton. Class. Upper IVth 
— Remove. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket. Left 
Easter 1892. 



Entries in May, 1889. 

#BARTLETf, John Franchise Napier; born 1874. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. Bartlett, Peveril Court, Aylesbury. Mod. III. 
—II. Left Chr. 1891. 

Bank Clerk. Peveril Court, Aylesbury, Bucks. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Be ale, John Foster ; born 1878. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Beale, Ingleside, Malvern Wells. Class. Junior 
School-Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1896 

Clare College, Cambridge; B.A. 1899; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 
1904 ; London Hospital, Whitechapel. 

Brierley House, Side up, Kent. 

Buchanan, Robert William ; born 1875. Faber, 

Son of R. Buchanan, Antigua, West Indies. Class. Lower 
I Vth — Sixth. School Prefect; First Eleven Football; 
Shooting Eight ; Left Mids. 1893. 

Solicitor; New Inn Prizeman, Jan. 1899. 

6 Claremont, Ripon, York. 

Clark, Archibald Newman. Foster. 

Son of Archibald Clark, Beaumont Lodge, Paignton. Mod. 
IV. -III. Left Mids. 1891. 

Crawshay, Francis Gwilym. Spear. 

Son of F. R. Crawshay, Sketty House, Swansea. Mod. II. 
Left Mids. 1893. Parent's Address. 

Darling, Alexander Gunn ; born 1874. Spear. 

Son of John Darling, Rugeley. Class. Lower IVth — Mod. II. 
Left Mids. 1891. Beau Desert, Rugeley. 

Goldsmid, Henry Seaton; born 1875. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Goldsmid. Junior School — Mod. II. Left 
Easter 1893. Mallard's Court, Stokenchurch, Oxford. 

Greaves, Edward Neville. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Amy C. G. Greaves, Eastcote Lodge, Malvern. 
Left Easter 1892. 

Greenway, John Jameson Kelynge ; born 1874. School House, 

Son of Kelynge Greenway, Headley. Class. Lower IVth — 
Shell. LeftChr. 1891. 

Clare College, Cambridge. Headley, R.S.O., Hants. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Maxwell, Arthur Henry ; born 1878. Huntington — House. 

Son of Arthur Maxwell, Courtlough, Lusk, Co. Dublin. 
Left Mids. 1893. 

Trinity College, Dublin, 1894 ; farming. 

Corduff, Donabate, Co. Dublin. 

Welch, James Henry England ; born 1875. Faber. 

Son of Capt. Welch, R.N., Arle House, near Cheltenham. 
Class. IHrd— Upper Vth. School Prefect. Left Mids 1894. 

Parent's Address. 

# White, Ion Hamilton George, Capt. ; born 1874. Foster. 

Son of General Sir Robert White, K.C.B., 21st Lancers. 
Army Class — Mod. I. Senior Chapel Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football; Editor of Malvernian. Left Mids. 

1895. 
University College, Oxford ; B.A., Third Class Honours Mod. 
History; Captain 5th Battalion the Royal Warwickshire 
Regiment 1902 ; at present Resident in Northern Nigeria. 

Junior United Service Club, London, S. W. 

Wood, Richard ; born 1875. Foster, 

Son of John C. Wood, Lota, Glanmire, Co. Cork, Ireland. 
Mod. II. — I. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket. Left 
Mids. 1893. 

Trinity College, Dublin ; B. A. 1897 (Honours in Experimental 
Science). Parent's Address. 

Woodhouse, Sydney James. School House. 

Son of Alfred Woodhouse, Dagenham, Newport, Monmouth. 
Left Chr. 1892. 



Entries in September, 1889. 

* Aldren, Bertram Cecil Robert ; born 1874. Spear — Day Boy. 

Son of J. B. Aldren, The Lizans, Malvern Link. Class. 
Lower IVth — Lower Vth. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1892. 

Edinburgh University; M.B., Ch. B., L.R.C.P. (London), 
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M.K.C.S. (England) ; House Surgeon, Royal Infirmary, 
Edinburgh ; Demonstrator of Anatomy ; Physician and 
Surgeon. 42 Bristol Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

* Apthorp, Marmaduke Gwyn ; born 1875. House Scholar. Faber. 

Son of Rev. G. F. Apthorp, 13 De Parys Avenue, Bedford. 
Class. Shell — Lower Vlth. Junior Chapel Prefect; First 
Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; School Fives Pair ; 
Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1895. 

Exhibitioner, Queens' College, Cambridge ; B.A., Third Class 
Classical Tripos, 1898; served with Kitchener's Horse 
through the South African War ; Cape Civil Service. 

Attorney-General' s Office, Cape Town. 

Barnett, Bertram Leeds Thomas ; born 1875. Foster. 

Son of Thomas Barnett, Chichester. Mod. II.— I. Left 
Chr. 1892. 
St. John's College, Cambridge: B.A. 1896; St. George's 
Hospital, London ; MB., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. ; Assistant 
Medical Officer of Health at Hong Kong. 

Knighton Grange, near Chichester. 

* Barran, Philip Austyn ; born 1876. Huntington. 

Son of Mrs. John Barran, Wee t wood, Leeds. Mod. III. — II. 
Left Easter 1891. 

Yorkshire College, Leeds ; Christ's College, Cambridge; B.A., 
Third Class Mechanical Science Tripos, 1900 ; Engineer and 
Managing Director, Bateman's Machine Tool Co., Hunslet, 
Leeds. Parent's Address. 

Bradley, Grove Smith. Spear. 

Son of John Bradley, The Oaklands, Droitwich. Mod. III. 
Left Chr. 1891. Parent's Address. 

* Browne, Geoffrey Edward, Rev. Foster. 

Son of Col. D. E. Browne, Albany, Monkstown, Co. Dublin. 
Class. Junior School — Upper Vth. School Prefect ; House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1896. 

Trinity College, Dublin ; B.A. 1899 ; ordained 1904. 

Graig House, Bangor -on-Dee, Wrexham, N. Wales. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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• Brutton, Joseph Cull; born 1874. Foster. 

Son of Joseph Brutton, Yeovil., Mod. III. — II. House 
Prefect. Left Easter 1893. 

8th Hussars ; served in the South African War. 

2 West Cliff \ Eastbourne. 

ftCARDEW, Henry Jameson ; born 1874. School House. 

Son of Lieut. -Colonel G. M. Cardew, Exeter. Mod. II. — I. 
House Prefect. Left Mids. 1892. 

Clare College, Cambridge. 

139 Warwick Street, Eccleston Square, S. W, 

Carpew, George Frederick ; born 1875. School House. 

Brother of above. Army Class. Left Chr 1892. 

Died in India, Nov. 1900. 



'Chalmers, G. R. Foster — Toppin. 

Mod. III. Left Mids. 1892. 



*Edge, Norman Charles Worthington; born 1875. Day Boy — 
Toppin. Son of Rev. Francis Edge, Melrose, Guildford. 
Class. Lower XVth— Remove. House Prefect. Left Mids. 
1893. • 

King's College, Cambridge. 

24 Bernard Street, Russell Square, W.C. 

Fawcett, Evelyn Edward Lowther ; born 1875. School House. 

Son of Hon. Sir Henry Fawcett, K.C.M.G., A.B.M., 
Consulate - General, Constantinople. Mod. II. — I. Left 
Chr. 1891. 

Judicial District Commissioner, Gold Coast. Died July 1899. 

Fawcett, Jocelyn Henry Elliott ; born 1877. School House.- 

Brother of above. Mod. III. — I. Ledbury Cap. Left 
Chr. 1893. Dead. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Grylls, Alfred R. ; born 1875. Foster. 

Son of T. J. Grylls, Hampstead. Class. Upper IVth— 
Upper Vth. House Prefect; Second Eleven Football; 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1892. 

Artist in Stained Glass Windows ; served in the South African 
War (Captain 1st V. B. Middlesex Regiment.) 

Park Gate, East Finchley, N. 

Hardiman, John Thomas Percy ; born 1874. House Scholar. Spear. 
Son of G. J. Hardiman, Kidderminster. Class Upper IVth — 
Vlth . School Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; Ledbury 
Cap ; Lea Shakespeare ; Latin Prose ; Greek Verse ; Greek 
Prose. Left Mids. 1893. 

Adam de Blome Scholar (Classical), Oriel College, Oxford; 
Goldsmiths' Exhibitioner ; First Class Classical Mods. ; 
B.A. 1897 » Indian Civil Service. Burma. 

Harper, Sidney Charles ; born 1877. Foster, 

Son of S. Harper, Oak field, Bedford Hill, Balham, S.W. 
Class, lllrd— Lower Vth. Left Mids. 1894. 

Insurance Broker. 70 Gracechurch Street., E.C.\ Parent' s Address, 

* Hole, James Reynolds ; born 1873. School House. 

Son of James Hole, Newark. Class. Lower IVth — Upper 
Vth. Left Easter 1892. 

St. John's College, Cambridge. 

The Homestead, Balder ton, Newark-on-Trent. 

Hodgson, Arthur Thornton. Foster. 

Son of B. B. Hodgson, Bolney, Hayward's Heath, Sussex. 
Left Mids. 1890. 

Farmer. Parent's Address. 

Horsley, Henry Palmer; born 1874. School House. 

Son of J. H. Horsley, Southfield House, Cottingham, Yorks. 
Mod. II.— I. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1 89 1. 

In business . Parent's A ddress . 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Hulse, Edward! . ; born 1874. Faber. 

Son of Edward Hulse, Derby. Mod. II. — I. House Eleven 
Cricket ; Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1891. 

Director of J. Smith & Co., Ltd. (Derby). 

Heatherdene, KidUtton Road, Derby. 

* Kershaw, George Bertram de Betham ; born 1875. Huntington. 
Son o| Rev. G. S. W. Kershaw, Fledboro* Rectory, Newark. 
Mod. III.— Class. Upper Vth. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Football; House Eleven Cricket; Gymnasium Six. Left 
Easter 1893. 
Civil Engineer; Fellow of Sanitary Institute 1897; Royal 
Meteorological Society 1899 ; Engineer to the Royal Com- 
mission on Sewage Disposal 1898. 

Ingleside, West Wichham, Kent. 

Lindsay, John Colin Howard ; born 1877. Bayfield. 

Son of W. A. -Lindsay. K.C., 17 Cromwell Road, S.W. Left 

Mids. 1900. 

Entered the Britannia 1891 ; Lieutenant R. N. 1900; H.M.S. 

Queen, Mediterranean Squadron, 1903. Parent's Address. 

M andbrs, Richard Henry West ; born 1875. School House. 

Son of Richard West Manders, Castlesize, Naas. Ireland. 
Army Class. Left Easter 1890. 
Mining Engineer near Johannesburg, South Africa ; served in 
the South African War, Captain Thorneycroft's Horse; 
killed at Spion Kop. 

McAdam, Hugh Crawford Vevers. Spear. 

Son of George Christopher McAdam, Plas Gwyn, Hampton 
Park, Hereford. Left Mids. 1890. 

Mitchell, William Frank ; born 1877. School House. 

Son of F. W. V. Mitchell, 204 Hagley Road, Birmingham. 
Mod. III.— Class. Lower Vth. Left Mids. 1892. 

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Morgan, Thomas ; born 1874. Huntington, 

Son of Mrs. Morgan, Pontypridd. Class. Illrd — Lower IVth. 
Left Chr. 1891. Maesycoed, Pontypridd. 

Morgan, Richard ; born 1875. Huntington— House. 

Brother of above. Class. Lower IVth — Upper Vth. House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1893. Maesycoed, Pontypridd. 

Nell, Ernest James ; born 1874. Huntington. 

Son of William Walter Nell. The Grange, Wenvoe, Gla- 
morgan. Mod. III. — II. House Prefect; First Eleven 
Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1891. 

Parent's Address. 

O'Neill, Henry du Bois. 

Care of Messrs. Stilwell & Sons, 21 Great George Street, 
Westminster, S.W. 

* Perry, George Stephens; born 1875. Foster. 

Son of Josiah Perry, Sydenham. Mod. III. — I. House 
Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1892. 
Engineer, c/o Mrs. Stone, Gumnor Lodge, Carew Road, Wallington. 

Ransomr, Charles Arthur Horace ; born 1873. School house. 

Son of Rev. V. F. Ransome, Calne, Wilts. Class. Lower IVth 
— Upper Vth. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; First 
Eleven Football ; Lieutenant in Corps. Left Mids. 1892. 

Wad ham College, Oxford. Compton Basset/ Kectory, Caltte, Wilts. 

# Ransome, Vincent Austin Charles, Rev. ; born 1875. School House. 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd — Upper IVth. House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1892. 

Schol. Cane, Lincoln, 1898 — 1900; Curate of Navenby, 
Lincoln ; All Saints', Tooting ; Rector of Burnby, York, 1903. 

Bumby Rectory, N unburn holme, York. 

Ratcliff, Lewis Sidney; born 1874. Spear. 

Son of Robert Ratcliff, Newton Park, Burton-on-Trent. 
Class. Lower IVth — Lower Vth. Left Mids. 1893. 

• Pembroke College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Reeves, Edward Hoare, Capt. Foster, 

Son of Mrs. Reeves, Castle Kevin, Mallow, Co. Cork. 
Army Class. School Prefect. Left Chr. 1893. 

Capt. 7th Dragoon Guards 1904 ; served in the South African 
War. Parent's Address. 

* Simpson-Hayward, George Hayward; born 1875. Faber. 

Son of S. M. Simpson, Icomb Place, Stow-on-the-Wold. 
Class. Lower IVth— Mod. I. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket; First Eleven Football; School Fives Pair. Left 
Mids. 1894. 

Clare College, Cambridge; University Association Football 
Eleven. The Place, Icomb, Stow-on-the-Wold. 

Spearing, Cecil Young. School House. 

Care of H. Fox Townsend, 12 Wychfield Terrace, Rolleston 
Street, Swindon, Wilts. Class. Upper IVth. Second Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1892. 

* Smith, George Oswald ; born 1876. Foundation Scholar. Swann. 

Son of Rev. J. W. Smith, Stalisfield, London Road, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea. Class. Vth—VIth. School Prefect; 
Latin Verse ; Greek Prose ; Ingleby Prize ; Leaving Scholar- 
ship. Left Mids. 1895. 
Classical Scholar, Corpus Christi College, Oxford ; First Class 
Classical Mods. ; First Class Lit. Hum. ; B.A. 1899 '* Lec- 
turer at Bishop's College, Lennoxville, 1 899-1900 ; now 
Professor of Classics at Trinity College, Toronto, Canada. 

* Smith, Herbert George ; born 1876. Spear. 

Son of Herbert G. Smith, Apsey House, Batheaston, Bath. 
Mod. Ill— II. Left Mids. 1893. 
Articled to a Solicitor. Parent 1 s Address. 

Smith, H. Masterton; born 1877. Foster. 

Son of Frederic Masterton Smith, Earl's Court. Junior 
School— Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1892. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Swinburne, Arthur Westray ; born 1876. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. Swinburne, Harrogate. Class. Lower IVth — 
Vlth. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket and Football. 
Left Mids. 1894. 

Oriel College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

TfisCHEMAKER, Frederick Lawrie ; born 1873. Foster. 

Son of W. H. Teschemaker, Kauro Hill, Maheno, New 
Zealand. Class. Lower IVth — Shell. Left Mids. 1892. 

Exeter College, Oxford ; West Riding Militia 1895- 1900 ; served 
in the South African War, Captain City of London (Rough 
Riders) Imperial Yeomanry 1904. Died May 30th, 1905. 

Thwaites, Cyril Evered. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. Henry Graham Thwaites, Great Limber Vicar- 
age, Brocklesby, Lincolnshire. Left Easter 1890. 

Thwaites, Basil Champion. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Left Easter 1890. 

Thwaites, Guy. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Left Easter 1890. 

Twentyman, William Augustus Holme. Foster. 

Son of Colonel A. C. Twentyman, Foxley, Lymm, Cheshire. 
Left Mids. 1890. 

Wollen, Cecil Storey ; born 1875. Foster. 

Son of G. Wollen, Glengariffe, Torquay. Class. Upper IVth 
— Remove. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Mids. 1893. 

University College, Oxford; Solicitor. Parent's Address. 



Entries in January, 1890. 

Adamson, Malcolm Carey. Spear. 

Son of Wm. Rushton Adamson, Rush ton Park, Battle, 
Sussex. Army Class. Left Chr. 1890. Parent's Address. 



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* Armstrong, John Henry Nicholas ; born 1873. BayfieldSwann. 

Son of James Armstrong, 120 Sutherland Avenue, Maida 
Vale. W. Class. Shell — Vlth. School Prefect; House 
Eleven Cricket and Football Left Mids. 1892. 

Classical Scholar, Trinity Hall, Cambridge ; Solicitor 1905. 

12 Fenchurch Avenue, E.C. ; Parent's Address. 

* Armstrong, Charles Guy; born 1875. Bayfield— Swann. 

Brother of above. Army Class. House Prefect ; House 
Eleven Football ; Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1893. 

Parent's Address. 

Attwood, Percy Frank ; born 1874. Huntington. 

Son of Charles Attwood, Tewkesbury. Mod. III. — I. Left 
Chr. 1891. 
Farming. The Laurels, Conderton, Tewkesbury. 

Carroll, Sydney Charles. School House. 

Son of Arthur Henry Jones Carroll, Primrose Bank, Cleeve 
Hill, Cheltenham. Left Mids. 1890. Parent's Address. 

Comely, Robert ; born 1876. Huntington. 

Son of Mrs. Comely. Class. Lower IVth — Lower Vth. 
Left Chr. 1892. 

Solicitor. 45 Milsom Street, Bath. 

Cross, George Harold ; born 1874. School House, 

House Scholar. Faber Exhibitioner. Son of John Cross, 
Wenlock Terrace, York. Mod. I. Second Eleven Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1890. 

Owen's College, Manchester; Walton and Gilchrist Scholar; 
Science Scholar, Balliol College, Oxford, 1893 ; Indian 
Civil Service. Hulme Hall, Manchester-. 

Currie, Edward Mark ; born 1876. Faber. 

Care of Miss Mackinnon, Ealing. Mod. III. — I. House 
Prefect ; Shooting Eight. Left Easter 1893. 

Farming. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Eden, Tom McLachlan. Foster. 

Army Class. Left Easter 1892. 

* Farncombe, Edgar Leonard ; born 1875. School House. 

Son of R. Farncombe, Birmingham. Class. Lower IVth — 
Upper Vth. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left 
Easter 1893. 

St. John's College, Oxford ; B.A. 1898 ; St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1902. 

183 Belgrave Street* Birmingham. 

de Guerin, Thomas Read ; born 1876. Exhibitioner. Faber. 

Son of J. R. de Guerin, Muddiford House, Barnstaple, 
North Devon. Class. Lower IVth — Upper IVth. Left 
Mids. 1890. Parent's Address. 

Hodge, Stanley ; born 1875. Spear. 

Son of D. Hodge, Oak fields, Kingswinford, Dudley. Mod. 
II.— I. Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1893. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. ; Barrister-at-Law. 

Down Hall, Broadwell-on-Sea t Essex. 

kJonsson, Aubrey Thomas; born 1877. Huntington — House. 

Son of F. L. Jonsson, The Palms, Bayside, Natal, S.A. 
Junior School — Mod. IV. Left Mids. 1894. 

Junior Naval and Military Club, 96 Piccadilly, W. 

Lance, Charles Chamier; born 1876. Lyon. 

Son of Edwin Lance, late I. C. S. Army Class. House 
Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1892. 

Tea Planting in India. \Palmerston North, New Zealand. 

ale Mieville, Herbert Claud ; born 1874. Foster. 

Son of J. F. Mi6ville, The Grange, Hutton, Brentwood, 
Essex. Mod. IV. — II. School Prefect; Second Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1893. 

Merchant. Gidea Hall, Romford. 

• Member of Old Malvemian Society. f Last address known to Editor. 



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# dh Montmorency, Geoffrey Fitzharvey ; born 1876. School House, 

Minor Scholar. Son of Rev. Walter de Montmorency, 
Castle Morres, Knocktopher, Tbomastown, Ireland. Class. 
Upper IVth — Vlth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket 
and Football. Left Mids. 1895. 

Classical Exhibitioner, Pembroke College, Cambridge. 

Parent's Address. 

# Morphew, Jeffery ; born 1876. Swann. 

Son of E. S. Morphew, Rhiwlas, Woodfield Avenue, Streat- 
ham. Class. Upper IVth — Mod. I. School Prefect ; First 
Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; Ledbury Cap. 
Left Easter 1894. 
Served in the South African War with Natal Mounted Rifles ; 
Farming. Furth Farm, Dargle Road, Natal. 

Parkyn, Daniel Adamson ; born 1874. Spear. 

Son of W. J. Parkyn, Dukinfield. Mod. III. — II. Left 
Chr. 1 891. Oakfield, Dukinfield. 

Paynter, Francis Beville de Foe. Huntington. 

Son of Rev. T. B. Paynter, Howcaple Court, Ross. Left 
Mids. 1890. 

# Pembroke, Albert Galbraith ; born 1875. Lyon. 

Son of Edward Pembroke, 5 Vanburgh Park, Blackheath, 
S.E. Class. IHrd — Upper Vth. Senior Chapel Prefect; 
Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; Senior 
Lieutenant in Corps. Left Easter 1894. 

In business. 37 West Park, Eltham, Kent. 

Pembroke, Alfred Brankston ; born 1877. Lyon. 

Brother of above. Class. IHrd — Mod. II. School Prefect; 
House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Easter 1894. 

Served in the South African War, Capt. 3rd Battalion West 
Kent Regiment ; Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 

Downside Cottage, Epsom, Surrey. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Smith, Thomas Percival. Huntington. 

Son of Rev. £. Smith. Left Easter 1890. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge. 

Smythe, Gerald Bertram ; born 1876. Foundation Scholar. Faber. 
Son of H. G. Smythe, 24 Montague Road, Richmond. 
Class. Upper IVth — Remove. Left Easter 1892. 

Magdalene College, Cambridge. Parent* s Address. 

Taylor, Robert James Frederick, Capt. ; born 1873. Foster. 

Son of Colonel Taylor, Wren th am. Army Class. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1892. 

R. M.C., Sandhurst ; Capt. Sherwood Foresters 1900; served 
in the South African War. Wrentham, Suffolk. 

Williams, Philip Penry ; born 1876. Bayfield — Swann. 

House Scholar. Son of Philip Seymour Williams, The Hill, 
Worcester. Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; 
First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 
1895. 
Classical Exhibitioner, Queens' College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1898 ; 
Assistant Master, St. Andrew's College, Grahamstown, 
South Africa; served with Roberts' Horse in the South 
African War, and was killed at Sanna's Post. 

Woodard, Ernest Henry James ; born 1873. Foster. 

Son of E. Woodard, Streatham. Army Class. Left 
Easter 1892. 

Jesus College, Cambridge ; Assistant Master at 

Seascale, Cumberland. 

Entries in May, 1890. 

Atkins, Robert Percy Woodhouse. Day Boy. 

Mod. I. cjo Mrs. Simpson, Orwell Lodge, Malvern. 

Fawcus, Hugh, Capt. ; born 1875. Foster. 

Son of Henry Fawcus, 48 Osborne Road, Newcastle-on- 

Tyne. Army Side. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket 

and Football. Left Mids. 1894. 

Captain Royal Field Artillery 1904. Parent's Address. 



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Fulton, John Duncan Bertie, Capt. ; born 1876. Huntington— House. 
Son of Mrs. Fulton, 76 Longridge Road, London, S.W. 
Army Side. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1893. 

R.M.A., Woolwich ; Captain Royal Artillery 1902 ; served in 
the South African War. Parent's Address. 

Jones, Arthur Webb ; born 1874. School House. 

Son of W. M. Jones, Swansea. Class. Shell -Remove. 
School Prefect; Second Eleven Football. Left Easter 1893. 

F.R.C.S. ; Surgeon at Government Hospital. Alexandria, Egypt. 

*Lorange, Arthur Carl ; born 1876. Huntington. 

Son of H. G. Lorange, Llandough House, Glamorgan. 
Mod. IV. Left Easter 1891. 

Carmalt House, Upper Richmond Road, Putney. 

kMacaulay, Colin Campbell ; born 1875. Huntington. 

Minor Scholar. Son of Colin A. Macaulay, Rhyl. Class. 
Lower IVth —Lower Vth. House Prefect ; First Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1893. 
Selwyn College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1902 (Second Class History 
Tripos, Parts I. and II.). Private Tutor. 

m * North Dene, Sutton, Surrey. 

O'Connor-Morris, Frank Joseph Maurice ; born 1875. Huntington. 
Son of Maurice O'Connor Morris, 25 Eccles Street, Dublin. 
Mod. Ill— I. Left Easter 1893. 
Clerk in Messrs. Guinness's Brewery Co., Dublin. 

Parent's Address. 

Mullings, Tom Osbern ; born 1875. Foster. 

Son of John Mullings, Cirencester. Mod. II. — I. House 
Prefect. Left Easter 1894. 

Electrical Engineer ; A.M.I.C.E. 

Mansourah, Egypt. 

* Member of Old Malyernian Society. 



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* Rhys, Owen Lie wellin. Faber. 

Son of D.J. Rhys, Neath, South Wales. Left Mids. 1890. 

Edinburgh University ; M.B., B.S. ; House Physician, Royal 
Infirmary, Edinburgh ; Assistant House Physician and 
Senior House Surgeon, Cardiff Infirmary. 

18 Cowbridge Road, Cardiff. 

* Lynch-Staunton, Leonard Alfred; born 1875. Spear. 

Son of G. S. Lynch-Staunton, Purbrook House, Purbrook, 
Hants. Mod. II.— Army Side. Left Easter 1894. 

Parent's Address. 



Entries in September, 1890. 

* Bassett, Frederick Maclvor ; born 1876. Huntington — House. 
Son of F. Bassett, The Knolls, Leigh ton, Beds. Class. 
Shell — Sixth. School Prefect; First Eleven Football; 
Second Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1894. 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford; B.A. 1898; Headmaster of 
Preparatory School at Lelant, R.S.O., Cornwall. 

Batt, Edward Albert ; born 1875. Huntington. 

Son of Mrs. E. Batt, 469 Oxford Street, W. Mod. III.— I. 
House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1893. 

Veterinary Surgeon. 22 North Audley Street, W. 

Baynham, John Herbert, Rev. ; born 1875. Sfear. 

Son of Rev. J. F. Baynham. Army Side — Mod. I. Left 
Easter 1893. 

Jesus College, Cambridge; B.A. 1896; Chaplain to Forces in 
South African War 1900-2. Linton Park Avenue, Dover. 

#Blathwayt, Francis Linley, Rev. ; born 1875. Spear. 

Son of C. G. Blathwayt, Weston-super-Mare. Class. Shell 
- Army Side. Left Mids. 1893. 

Hertford College, Oxford ; B.A. 1899 ; ordained 1900 ; Curate 
of All Saints', Lincoln, 1904. 5 Monks Leys Terrace, Lincoln. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Bookless, John Smeed. Day Boy. 

Son of Dr. J. P. Bookless, 33 Upperton Road, Eastbourne. 
Mod. II.— I. Left Chr. 1891. 

Went to Christ's College, Brecon. Parent's Address. 

Bowser, Marmion Scott ; born 1876. Faber. 

Son of J. £. Bowser, Westgate Hill Grange, Newcastle. 
Mod. II. Left Easter 1892. 

In business . Parent* s A ddress . 

Brewer, Reginald Massey ; born 1875. Huntington — House. 

Son of Dr. H. M. Brewer, Stow Hill, Newport. Class. 
IHrd — Mod. II. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1893. 

Land Agent. Parent's Address. 

Burnett, Arthur Gordon ; born 1876. Minor Scholar. Spear. 

Son of J. B. Burnett, Tellicherry, India. Mod. II. — I. 
House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Chr. 1893. 

Was in National Bank of India, Ltd., at Aden. Died 29th 
August 1900. 

#Buknup, Cuthbert James ; born 1875. Lyon. 

Son of J. M. Burn up, 41 Ashley Gardens, Victoria Street, 
S.W. Mod. II. — I. Senior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven 
Cricket (capt.) ; First Eleven Football (capt.) ; Racquet Pair ; 
Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1894. 

Clare College, Cambridge; University Football and Cricket 
(capt. 1896) Elevens ; Association Football Eleven, England 
v. Scotland. 77 Carlisle Mansions, S.W. 

Burrowes, Robert John Gilbert ; born 1876. School House. 

Son of A. Burrowes, Moreton House, Buckingham. Mod. 
III. — Lower Mod. I. Left Chr. 1893. 

Engineer. Parent's Address. 

Charles, Henry Pendrill ; born 1876. Foundation Scholar. Faber. 

Son of H. P. Charles, Westfield, Neath, S. Wales. Class. 

Lower Vth — Remove. House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 

1892. 

Solicitor. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvcrnian Society. 



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Coles, Henry Arthur Verney ; born 1875. Day Boy. 

Son of Colonel C. A. Coles (late Bombay Staff Corps), 
Lystonville, Malvern. Class. Illrd— Shell. Left Mids. 1893. 

Trinity College, Cambridge. 

17 Rue Campagne, Mont Pamasse, Paris. 

Coles, Charles St. Arnaud ; born 1880. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Class. Junior School — Upper IVth. 
Left Mids. 1895. 

University College, London ; Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
B.A. (First Class Natural Science Tripos) ; Medical Student 
at St. Thomas' Hospital. 1 Portland Place, Bath. 

Comely, Herbert Osmond. School House. 

Class. Upper IVth — Lower Vth. Left Mids. 1892. 

9 Chowringhee, Calcutta. 

Coode, Claude Lionel ; born 1875. School House. 

Son of Walter Coode, Kenwyn, Truro. Class. Lower Vth. 
Left Chr. 1890. 

Hertford College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

Daniell, Francis Edward Lloyd, Capt. ; born 1874. School House. 
Son of Major-General F. F. Daniell, Hillfield, Detting, 
Maidstone. Army Side. School Prefect ; Second Eleven 
Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1893. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst; Capt. Seaforth Highlanders 1901 ; 
served in the South African War (Special Service). 

Parent's Address. 

Druitt, Herbert ; born 1876. Swann. 

Son of James Druitt, Christchurch, Hants. Class. Upper 
IVth— Lower Vlth. Left Mids. 1894. 

Exeter College, Oxford. 

Elliott, Charles William Brooke ; born 1875. School House. 

House Scholar. Son of E. Elliott, Colombo, Ceylon. Class. 
Shell— Vlth. First Eleven Cricket ; President of Debating 
Society ; Editor of Malvertiian. Left Mids. 1894. 

Barrister-at-Law. Braemar, Ward Place, Colombo. 



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* Elwell, Claude Simeon ; born 1876. School House. 

Son of Rev. Edward Simeon Elwell, Chilton Polden 
Vicarage, Somerset. Class. Upper IVth — Vlth. House 
Prefect. Left Mids. 1896. 

Classical Exhibitioner, "Worcester College, Oxford. 

Aston Sandford Rectory, Thame. 

Evans, Cecil Wilfred ; born 1876. Faber. 

Son of William Johnson Evans, St. Mary's, Ely. Class. 
Upper IVth — Remove. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Chr. 1894. 

Solicitor. Parent's Address. 

* Fairley, William Cunningham : born 1877. Foster. 

Son of F. B. Fairley, Bank of England, Temple Bar, E.C. 
Army Side— Mod. I. House Prefect; House Eleven Cricket 
and Football. Left Mids. 1894. Elmstead Glade, Chislehurst. 

Fairthornb, Edward Amariah ; born 1875. Foster. 

Son of A. W. Fairthorne, Manor House. Shrivenham, Berks. 
Mod. III. —II. Left Chr. 1892. Parent's Address. 

Farrer, Denis Herbert ; born 1874. School House. 

Son of Rev. F. Farrer, Bourton Rectory, Moreton-in-the- 
Marsh. Class. Shell — Upper Vth. House Eleven Football. 
Left Chr. 1892. Bourton Rectory, Moreton-in-the-Marsh. 

* Foll, Hattil Henry ; born 1877. School House. 

Son of Captain R. N. C. Foil (late 32nd Foot), Cavendish 
Park, Barrow-in-Furness. Mod. III. — Army Side. Left 
Easter 1896. 

R. I. E. C, Cooper's Hill ; Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Parent's Address. 

* Gaskell, John Clare ; born 1876. Huntington — House. 

Son of J. Gaskell, Penhill, Cardiff. Class. Upper IVth— 
Remove. Senior Chapel Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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House Eleven Cricket; Shooting Eight; Lieut, in Corps. 
Left Chr. 1895. 

University College, Oxford; B.A. 1898 (Second Class Mod. 
Hist.); served in the South African War (1st Volunteer 
Battalion the Welsh Regiment) 1900-1 ; called to the Bar 
1902 ; South Wales and Chester Circuit. 

Goldsmith Building, Temple, E.C. 

Gray, Arthur Acheson ; born 1875. Fader. 

Son of Acheson Gray, Harrington House, Leamington Spa. 
Mod. I. House Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1891. Ashurst, N.Z. 



Grover, Morgan Llewellyn ; born 1876. Huntington — House. 

Son o{ H. L. Grover, Clydach Court, Pontypridd. Class. 
Lower IVth— Shell. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1893. 

Parent's Address. 



Harvey, Seymour Garston; born 1875. Minor Scholar. Foster, 
Son of J. S. Selwyn Harvey Class. Lower Vth —Remove. 
House Prefect. House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1893. 

St. George's Hospital. 13 Edwardes Square, Kensington, S.W. 

Heath, John Stanley ; born 1875. Spear. 

Son of John H. Heath, Blackheath. Mod. II.— I. Second 
Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1892. 
In business. Rolls Chambers, 89 Chancery Lane, W.C. 



Heath, Albert William ; born 1877. Spear. 

Brother of above. Mod. III. — II. Left Mids. 1892. 

Kingsbridge House, Westcombe Park, Blackheath. 

Hickes, Thomas Duke ; born 1876. Spear. 

Son of Rev. Thomas Harold Frederick Hickes, Draycot 
Vicarage, Cheddar, Somerset. Class. Lower IVth — Lower 
Vlth. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1895. Parent's Address. 



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* Hill, Richard Cuthbert. School House. 

Son of Richard Price Hill, Goodrest, Malvern. Class. 
Lower IVth— Upper Vth. Left Easter 1894. 

In business. Worcester Road, Malvern Link. 

Hopkinson, James Garland ; born 1875. School House. 

Son of James Hopkinson, 36 Netherhall Gardens, Hanip- 
stead. Class. Lower I Vth— Upper Vth. School Prefect; 
First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 
1893. 

Farmed for some time in Aberdeenshire ; North of Scotland 
Bank, Elgin ; now Assistant Factor on the Cluny Estates. 

The Brae, Stonehaven. 

* Huntington, Eustace Frederick. Huntington— House. 

Son of Rev. H. J. Huntington, Leghorn, Italy. Class. 
Shell— Lower Vlth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1896. 

Unattached Student, Oxford University ; Assistant Master at 

Eagle House, Sandhurst. 

* Kentish, Reginald John, Capt. ; born 1876. Minor Scholar. Spear. 

Son of George Kentish, 34 Barkston Gardens, London, S.W. 
Class. Upper IVth — Army Side. School Prefect ; First 
Eleven Football (capt.); House Eleven Cricket; Ledbury 
Cap; Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1895. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst ; 1st Royal Irish Fusiliers; Egypt 1897-99; 
served through the South African War 1899- 1902 ; present 
at storming of Talana Hill and Nicholson's Nek ; taken 
prisoner and released in June 1900 ; Captain 1902 ; Adjutant 
1 st Royal Irish Fusiliers. 

Palace Barracks, Holy wood, Co. Down. 

Kirby, Stephen Augustine. House Scholar. School House. 

Son of Rev. Canon Kirby, Haverthwaite Vicarage, Ulverston. 
Died at School, March 22nd, 1892. 

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Lewis, Frank William, Rev. ; born 1875. Spear. 

Son of Rev. W. H. Lewis, Fon thill Rectory, Salisbury. 
Class. Shell — Lower Vlth. School Prefect ; Second Eleven 
Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1893. 

Lincoln College, Oxford ; B.A. 1898 ; ordained 1903. 

Fonthill Gifford Rectory, 'Jisbury, A'.S.O., Wilts, 

Macalistbr, Robert Alexander Downes ; born 1874. School House. 
Son of Robert Macalister, Hamslade, Bampton, N. Devon. 
Mod. I. Shooting Eight. Left Chr. 1893. Parent's Address. 

MacLellan, Peter; born 1875. Huntington. 

Son of George MacLellan. Class. Lower IVth — Mod. I. 
House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1892. 

In business. f 9 Bowmont Gardens, Glasgow. 

Manton, Kevitt William ; born 1879. Day Boy —Lyoti — Day Boy. 
Son of W. Manton, Malvern Wells. Class. Junior School — 
Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1895. 

Meredith, Lewis Boyle ; born 1875. Faber. 

Son of Rev. R. A. Meredith. Army Side — Mod. I. House 
Eleven Football. Left Easter 1893. 

Graigueconna, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. 

Mouton, Cecil Hope Ludovic. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. L. C. A. Mouton, St. Helier's, Malvern. Army 
Side. Left Chr. 1890. 

* Nevile, Geoffrey Henry ; born 1874. Day Boy. 

Son of Ralph H. C. Nevile, Crown Lea. Malvern. Mod. II. 
— I. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; Second Eleven 
Football ; Chance Prize. Left Mids. 1893. 

Gold Medallist, Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester ; 
Sudan Civil Service ; Inspector of Agriculture 1901-04 ; 
managing cotton plantations in the Sudan. 

Wellingore Hall, Lincoln. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. + Last address known to Editor, 



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Parrott, Walter Lawrence ; born 1875. Faber. 

Son of Thomas Parrott, Walton House, Aylesbury. Mod. II. 
— I. Left Mids. 1893. 

Solicitor. Parents Address. 

Pbarse, Frank Walter ; born J875. Huntington. 

Son of Dr. R. T. Pearse, Cathedral Road, Cardiff. Junior 
School— Mod. III. Left Mids. 1892. 

Grosvenor House, Cathedral Road, Cardiff. 

Pearson, George Philip R. Swann. 

Son of H. Pearson, Wells House, Ilkley, Yorks. Mod I. 
Left Easter 1891. 

Pearson, Charles H. Swann. 

Brother of above. Modern III. Left Easter 1891. 
Died at Mafeking, April 9th, 1899. 

* Philips, John Austin Drury; born 1875. Minor Scholar. Foster. 
Son of John Philips, Blackheath. Class. Shell — Mod. I. 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1892. 

In Secretary's Office, G. P. 0., London, E.C. 

Pigot, Thomas Charles Wemyss. Faber. 

Son of Rev. T. W. Pigot, Mortehoe Vicarage, N. Devon. 
Class. Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1890. Parent's Address. 

Powell, Edric Duke Morton. Huntington. 

Son of G. T. Powell, Rotherwood, Sydenham Hill, S.E. 
Mod. II. Left Chr. 1892. 

Reeves, Robert Clanmalier; born 1878. Foster. 

Son of The Very Rev. I. M. Reeves, Dean of Ross, Glandore 
House, Co. Cork. Class. IHrd — Upper Vth. School 
Prefect. Left Easter 1896. Parent's Address. 

Rodger, Peter Edward Alexander. Foster. 

Son of G. Rodger, Newton Bank, Preston Brook, Warring- 
ton. Mod. II. — III. Left Mids. 1892. 

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Sheldon, Gilbert James. Spear. 

Son of T. Sheldon, Eynsham, Oxford. Mod. II. Left 
Chr. 1 891. Dead. 

* Shorting, Ernest Hastings Hamilton ; born 1876. Spear. 

Son of E. W. Shorting, Broseley, Salop. Class. Upper 
IVth— Lower Vlth. Left Mids. 1894. Parent's Address. 

Strbatfeild, Robert Guy. Foster. 

Son of Colonel Streatfeild, Army Pay Department. Class. 
Upper IVth— Shell. Left Mids. 1892. Died 1894. 

Tahourdin, William Le Bas ; born 1876. Minor Scholar. Swann. 
Son of Rev. R. Tahourdin, The Vicarage, Twickenham, 
Middlesex. Class. Shell — Lower Vlth. . House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Easter 1894. 

St. John's College, Oxford ; Casberd Scholar ; First Class 
Modern History ; passed into Indian Civil Service. Died at 
Mehipur, Bengal, October 1902. 

Thatcher, Godfrey Goodman ; born 1875. Faker. 

Son of Rev. W. D. Thatcher, Clent Hall, Stourbridge. 
Class. Upper IVth— Shell. House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1893. 

Architect. Parent's Address. 

Thresher, William Harrison ; born 1877. Faber. 

Son of Rev. J. H. Thresher, 29 Jewry Street, Winchester. 
Class. Upper IVth — Lower Vlth. School Prefect; House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1896. 

Caius College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

Watts- Jones, Ivor Kynaston. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. Watts- J ones, Wycherly, Bolton. Class. Lower 
IVth. Left Chr. 1892. Parent's Address. 

Willett, Edgar Stanley. Faber. 

Mod. III. Left Chr. 1890. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Entries in January, 1891. 

Aston, Henry Hollis; born 1875. Swann. 

Son of William Aston, Harborne. Mod. II. Left Chr. 1891. 

Mechanical Engineer. Tennal House, Harborne, Birmingham. 

Blakiston, Wilfrid Robert Louis ; born 1876. School House. 

House Scholar. Faber Exhibitioner. Son of Rev. CD. 
Blakiston, Exwick Vicarage, Exeter. Class. Lower Vth — 
Vlth. Left Easter 1893. 

Went to Exeter School; Science Scholar, Keble College, 
Oxford. Wood/alls, Cr anf or d Avenue, Exmouth. 

Branston, Percy Gerald ; born 1875. Spear. 

Son of H. H. Branston, 28 Trebovir Road. South Kensington. 
Mod. II. — I. House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1893. 
Manufacturer. Constitutional Club, London. 

Cross, Ambrose Beltram ; born 1878. House Scholar. Faber. 

Son of Thomas Muston Cross. Class. Shell — Upper Vth. 
House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1892. 

Final Solicitor's Examination 1899 ; Advocate and Solicitor, 
Straits Settlements and Federated Malay Straits. 

Seremban, F. M. S. 

If Dean, Charles Frederick Ellis; born 1878. Su-atin. 

Minor Scholar. Son of Charles Frederick Dean, Hawthorn- 
dene, Slough. Class. Upper IVth — Lower VI. School 
Prefect; House Eleven Football; Editor of Malvernian. 
Left Chr. 1896. 

Solicitor. High Street, Lutterworth. 

Downs, Alfred Faulker. Faber. 

Son of T. J. Downs, 77 Barrowgate Road, Chiswick. Mod. 
II. — I. House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1892. 

Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Harvey, Arthur George. Faber. 

Son of G. Harvey, Wicksworth. Class. Lower IVth— Shell. 
Left Mids. 1894. Parent's Address. 

* Healing, Francis John ; born 1875. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. A. Healing, Southfield, Cheltenham. Mod. IV. 
—II. School Prefect; Second Eleven Cricket; House 
Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1893. Tewkesbury. 

Henderson, James Porter ; born 1876. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Henderson, Thorncliffe, Malvern. Class. 
Lower IVth— Upper Vth. Left Mids. 1895. 
University College, Liverpool. \ Parent's Address. 

* Hunt, Clifford Holmes ; born 1876. Swann. 

Son of C. Hunt, Holmside, Kelvin Grove, Rectory Road, 
Beckenham. Mod. III. — I. House Eleven Football and 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1895. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1898 ; Solicitor 1902. 

Parent's Address. 

* Jones, Reginald Norman ; born 1877. Swann. 

Son of T. J. Jones, Cefncoed, Wales. Class. Upper IVth — 
Upper Vth. Left Chr. 1893. Vaynor, Whitchurch, Cardiff. 

King, Hugh Sebastian. School House. 

Son of Rev. F. King, South Molton. Mod. III.— II. Left 
Easter 1893. 

Electrical Engineer. Parent's Address. 

* Liddiard, Edgar Stratton; born 1878. House Scholar. School House, 

Son of William Bedford Liddiard, 16 Upper Maze Hill, 
St. Leonard's. Class. Shell— Vlth. School Prefect ; House 
Eleven Football, Left Mids. 1897. 

Classical Exhibitioner, Worcester College, Oxford ; B.A. 1902 
(Second Class Mods., Second Class Lit. Hum.) ; Indian Civil 
Service; Assistant Commissioner at Lucknow. Parenfs Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. f Last address known to Editor. 



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Longridge, Charles John Nepean ; born 1877. Huntington — House. 
House Scholar. Son of M. Longridge, Bowdon, Cheshire. 
Class. Lower Vth— Vlth . School Prefect . Left Mids. 1894. 

St. George's Hospital; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (London) 1900; 
M.D. Vict. 190 1 ; Exhibition for Research 1902; House 
Surgeon at St. George's Hospital, London, S.W. 

Lovett, John Nicholls ; born 1877. Spear. 

Son of W. Lovett, Erdington. Mod. III. — IV. Left 
Chr. 1892. Berwood House, Erdington, Birmingham. 

Molyneux, Percy Greenwood ; born 1877. Minor Scholar. Faber. 
Son of Thomas William Molyneux, Allithwaite Lodge, 
Grange-over-Sands. Class. Shell — Army Side. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; 
Shooting Eight ; Hey wood Exhibition. Left Mids. 1895. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst ; 15th King's Hussars. Died at Aldershot 
through a fall from his horse, October 28th, 1897. 

Monnington, Richard Caldecott. Swann. 

Son of Rev. T. P. Monnington, The Vicarage, Penrith. 
Class. Lower IVth — Lower Vth. Left Easter 1894. 

Edinburgh University; M.B., Ch.B., 1902. Parent's Address. 

Moore, Cyril Hartley ; born 1876. School House. 

Son of J. G. Moore, Winnipeg. Class. Illrd — Shell. Left 
Easter 1893. 

Served in the South African War with 62nd Company Imperial 
Yeomanry, and was killed in action. 

Moore, Rupert Holyoake ; born 1878. School House. 

Brother of above. Junior School— Mod. III. Left Easter 
1893. 

Surveyor. cjo Windall & Co., Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

Morgan, Matthew Wayne; born 1877. House. 

Son of M. W. Morgan, Maesycoed, Pontypridd. Class. 
Upper IVth — Remove. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1894. Parent's Address. 



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* Morr, Edgar Alan. Spear. 

Son of F. D. Mott, 165 Fenchurch Street, EC. Mod. III.— 
Lower Mod. I. Left Chr. 1893. Newlyn, Crouch End, N. 



Nicoll, Geoffrey Claud ; born 1877. Minor Scholar. Foster. 

Son of Rev. C. A. S. Nicoll, 10 Charles Road, St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea. Army Side. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; 
Second Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1895. 

Natal Mounted Police; served in the South African War 
Imperial Yeomanry) 1899-1902 ; received the King's Medal 
with three Clasps, and was mentioned in Despatches; 
Assistant Commissioner in Nigeria, where he died of fever, 
April 3rd, 1904. 



Potter, Shirley Herbert ; born 1877. Swann. 

Son of Mrs. Potter, Cheltenham. Class. Junior School — 
Mod. III. Left Chr. 1892. 

Surveyor. 6 King Street, Cheapside, E.C. 



Purnbll, William John Geldard. Huntington. 

Son of Edward Kelly Purnell, Wellington College, Berks. 
Class. Lower IVth. Left Easter 1893. 

Afterwards at Wellington. Odkfield Lodge, Lee, S.E. 



* Regester, Oscar ; born 1877. Minor Scholar. Spear. 

Son of W. Regester, Lawn Lodge, Isleworth. Class. Upper 
IVth— Upper Vth. Left Easter 1895. 

Stock Exchange. Parent's Address. 



S pence, Henry Ferdinand ; born 1876. Minor Scholar. Foster. 
Son of Joseph Spence. Class. Upper IVth— Upper Vlth. 
School Prefect. Left Chr. 1894. 

Classical Scholar, Keble College, Oxford. Ilhley, Yorks. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Tatb, John Francis Fenwick; born 1876. Foster. 

Son of Thomas Tate, Bank House, Acklington, Northumber- 
land. Class. Upper IVth — Lower Vth. School Prefect. 
Left Mids. 1895. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge; Lancashire Fusiliers; served 
in the South African War 1901-2 ; received the Queen's 
Medal with five Clasps and was mentioned in Despatches. 

Parent* s Address. 

Tirbman, Frederick Clifton ; born 1874. Swann. 

Son of Rev. F. S. Tireman, Kirk Sandall Rectory, Doncaster. 
Modern I. House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1891. 

Was in business in Australia for five years; Vancouver 1897. 

2006 Beach Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. 

#Tootal, Frederick Edward Owen; born 1876. School House. 

Son of Edward Henry Tootal, 25 Upper Phillimore Gardens, 
W. Mod. II.— I. Second Eleven Football ; Chance Prize. 
Left Chr. 1894. 

Clare College, Cambridge; B.A. 1898; LL.B. 1899; Stock- 
broker. 25 Royal Exchange Buildings, E.C. 

Unwin, Walter Card well ; born 1876. Swann. 

Son of H. Unwin, Farnah Hall, Duffield, Derby. Class. 

Lower IVth— Mod. II. House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 

1893. 

Formerly a Brewer in Sheffield. Dowdeswell Court, Cheltenham. 

Unwin, Wilfrid Norman ; born T878. Swann. 

Brother of above. Class. Lower IVth — Lower Vth. 
School Prefect; First Eleven Football; Second Eleven 
Cricket ; School Fives and Racquets Pair. Left Mids. 1897. 

Dowdeswell Court, Cheltenham. 

Waller, Richard Lancelot ; born 1875 Faher. 

Son of Major-General Noel Waller, Farmington Lodge, 
Northleach, Gloucester. Army Side. Left Mids. 1892. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; Capt. Royal Engineers; served in the 
South African War. 

c/o Messrs. Cox <S» Co., 16 Charing Cross, W.C. 

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* Waller, Reginald William ; born 1876. Faber. 

Brother of above. Class. Upper IVth — Remove. School 
Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Chr. 1894. 

Protectorate Regiment, South Africa, 1899; joined the Intelli- 
gence Department and commanded a Corps of Dutch 
Volunteers until the end of the War; now employed on 
Chinese Labour Importation. 

C. Af.L. I. A. t Ltd. % Jacobs, Natal. 

White, Charles Middlecot ; born 1876. Faber. 

Son of John Samuel White, Clarence House, East Cowes 
Park, Isle of Wight. Class. Upper IVth. House Prefect; 
House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1895. 

Died 1896. 

Williams, Dyson Bransby ; born 1877. House Scholar. Sfear. 
Son of Morgan Bransby Williams, Killay House, Swansea. 
Class. Lower IVth— Lower VI th. School Prefect ; First 
Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1896. 

Parent's Address. 

Wyatt, Horace Matthew ; born 1876. Day Boy — Spear. 

Son of Robert Wyatt, Acton Hill, Stafford. Class. Upper IVth 
— Math. Vlth. School Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football ; Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1895. 

Mathematical Scholar, St. Catherine's College, Cambridge. 
Dead. 



Entries in May, 1891. 

Belcombe, Francis Edward ; born 1875. Faber. 

Son of F. E. Belcombe, Clifton. Class. Lower IVth — 
Lower Vth. House Prefect. Left Easter 1894. 

5 Christ Church Road, Clifton, Bristol. 

Chesshire, Cyril Barnabas ; born 1876. House. 

Son of Rev. J . S. Chesshire, Battenhall, Worcester. Class. 
Upper IVth— Lower Vth. Left Chr. 1894. \ Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. + Last address known to Editor. 



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Clarke, Augustus Hyde Treclwav, Rev. ; born 1877. Day Boy. 

Son of Colonel T. G. Clarke, Meridew, Barh. Class. Lower 
IVth— Lower Vlth. Left Easter 1895. 

King's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1900 ; ordained 1902 ; Curate 
of St. Mary's Chapel, Reading ; St. Matthias', Brixton, 1904. 

25 Endymion Road, Brixton, S. W. 

Crowley, Edward Alexander; born 1875. Huntington. 

Son of Edward Crowley, The Grange, Redhill. Class. 
Shell— Lower Vth. Left Easter 1892. Parent's Address. 

Darling, Charles Ernest. Spear. 

Son of J. Darling, Beaudesert, Rugeley. Mod. IV. — III. 
Left Mids. 1893. Parent's Address. 

Flower, Spenser Alborough. Huntington — House. 

Son of Edgar Flower, The Hill, Stratford-on-Avon. Army 
Side— Mod. III. Left Chr. 1894. Parent's Address. 

* Grundy, William Mitchell; born 1881. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. W. Grundy, formerly Headmaster of Malvern 
College Class. Junior School — Sixth. School Prefect; 
Second Eleven Cricket; Greek Verse; Greek Prose. Left 
Mids. 1900. 

Gained a Bible Clerkship at All Souls College, Oxford; B.A. 
1904 ; played Golf and Chess for Oxford v. Cambridge. 

Heathcot, Malvern. 

Inglbby, Arthur Richard Oaks. Foster. 

Son of Rev. Arthur Ingleby (O. M.), Chaplain's House, 
Ilford, Essex. Junior School— Lower Vth. Left Chr. 1896. 

Ingleby, Charles Herbert Evelyn. Foster. 

Brother of above. Junior School — Mod. IV. Left Mids. 
1896. 

Laing, Farquhar Alexander Ogilvie ; born 1877. Foster. 

Son of Farquhar Milne Laing, Farnley Grange, Corbridge- 
on-Tyne. Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1893. 

Parent' s Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Lister, George Douglas, Capt. ; born 1874. Swatm. 

Son of Rev. J. Moore Lister, 9 Sydenham Terrace, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. Army Side. House Eleven Cricket and Football ; 
Shooting Eight. Left Chr. 1892. 

Captain Royal West Kent Regiment, Hong Kong. 

Parent's Address. 

Lower, Charles Antony ; born 1875. Faber. 

Son of N. H. Lower, Olveston, Almondsbury, Gloucester- 
shire. Class. Upper IVth— Shell. Left Mids. 1892. 

Guy's Hospital ; L. S. A. 1901. 

37 Coldwell Street, Wirkswotih, Derbyshire. 

Lower, George Ernest; born 1877. Faber. 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd — Mod. III. Left Mids. 1894. 

37 Coldwell Street, Wirksworth, Derbyshire. 

* Nell, Herbert William ; born 1876. Huntington. 

Son of William Walter Nell, The Grange, Wenvoe, 
Glamorgan. Mod. IV. — III. Left Mids. 1892. 

Served with Imperial Yeomanry in the South African War. 

The Cottage, Dyrham, Chippenham. 

Newham, Hugh Basil Greaves; born 1874. Huntington. 

Son of Thomas Newham, M.D. Mod. II. House Prefect. 
Left Easter 1892. 

St. Thomas's Hospital; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (London) 1898; 
D.P.H. (Cambridge) 1900. Elms House, The Dingle, Liverpool. 

Oakey, Godfrey James. School House. 

Son of Herbert Oakey, Caton Lodge, 13 High Road, 
Streatham. Left Mids. 1892. 

Sabine, Charles Wheatstone ; born 1876. School House. 

Son of Robert Sabine. Class. Illrd — Army Side. Left 
Mids. 1894. Winchester. 

♦ Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Simpson, Ernest Herbert ; born 1875. School House. 

Son of F. H. Simpson, Thorn bury, Beckenham. Mod. III. 
—Mod. II. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket (capt); 
Second Eleven Football ; Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1895. 

Parent's Address. 

Tappley, Charles Lansdell ; born 1877. Faber. 

Son of Charles Henry Tappley, Norlands, Sutton. Class. 
Lower IVth— Mod. I. Left Mids. 1894. 

Parent's Address. 

* Watson, James Arthur ; born 1876. Swann. 

Son of George Watson, Corsbie West, Newton Stewart, 
Class. Upper IVth — Vlth. School Prefect; House Eleven 
Football ; Latin Verse ; Greek Verse. Left Mids. 1895. 

Classical Scholar, Wadham College, Oxford; B.A. 1899, 
Second Class Classical Mods., Second Class Lit. Hum.; 
W. S. in Edinburgh. University Club, Edinburgh. 



Entries in September, 1891. 

* Adams, Ernest Beadon ; born 1875. Foster. 

Son of J. Dixon Adams, The Grange, Martock, Somerset. 
Class. Lower IVth— Shell. Left Mids. 1893. 
East Africa and Mombasa Medical Service, Mombasa. 

Appleton, Henry Metcalfe ; born 1875. Huntington— House. 

Son of Henry Appleton, Rawdon Hill, Arthington, Leeds. 

Mod. III. — II. House Prefect; House Eleven Cricket 

and Football. Left Mids. 1894. 

6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons ; served in the South African War. 

Parent's Address. 

Arnold, Robert Brandon ; born 1878. Senior Scholar. Foster, 
Son of G. B. Arnold, 5 The Close, Winchester. Class. 
Lower Vth — Vlth. Junior Chapel Prefect; House Eleven 

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Football ; Ledbury Cap ; Champion Athlete ; Editor of 
Malvcrnian. Left Mids. 1897. 

Classical Demy, Magdalen College, Oxford ; B.A. 1901 ; First 
Class. Classical Mods, ; First Class Lit. Hum. ; Ran for 
Oxford v. Cambridge in the Mile; Junior Inspector of 
Schools. Died, Oct. 1904. 

Ashby, Skidmore John ; born 1875. Swann. 

Son of John Ashby, Staines. Mod. IV. Left Chr. 1892. 

Banker. The Close, Staines. 

Ashton, Robert ; born 1876. Falter. 

Son of F. W. Ashton, Park Hall, Hayfield, Derbyshire. 
Mod. III. — I. Left Mids. 1894. Parent's Address. 

Aston, Francis William ; born 1877. Swann. 

Son of William Aston, Jeunal Road, Har borne. Class. 
Upper IVth— Mod. I. Left Mids. 1893. 

Mason College, Birmingham. Parent's Address. 

Bath, Robert; born 1875. Smith — Toppiu. 

Son of J. S. Bath, The Hollies, Glastonbury. Mod. II.— I. 
School Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1893. 

Solicitor. Parent's Address. 

Blackburn, Alfred Anderson ; born 1877. Faber. 

Son of A. L. Blackburn. S. Africa. Mod. IV.— Mod. I. 
House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1894. 

Rossall, Rendebosch, S. Africa. 

Blakiston, Cuthbert Harold; born 1879. School House. 

Foundation Scholar. Son of Rev. C. D. Blakiston, Exwick 
Vicarage, Exeter. Class. Lower Vth — Remove. Left 
Easter 1893. 

Went to Exeter School. Christ Church, Oxford ; B.A. 1901 ; 
Craven Fellowship ; Assistant Master at Sherborne School 
1903 ; Eton College 1904. Eton College, Windsor. 



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Browne, Denis Howe ; born 1876. Faber. 

Son of Captain Percy Browne, Clapham Common, London. 
Army Side — Mod. I. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1893. 

Arthurstown, Ardee, Co. Louth, Ireland. 

* Christie, Alexander John ; born 1877. Swann. 

Son of John Alexander Christie. Mod. II. — I. Left Mids. 
1894. The Chantry, Stanmore, Middlesex. 

* Cochrane, Robert Sberratt Tomlinson ; born 1877. Swann. 

House Scholar. Son of Rev. D. C. Cochrane, Etwall Lodge, 
Derby. Class. Shell— Vlth. Senior Chapel Prefect ; First 
Eleven Football ; First Eleven Cricket ; Racquets Pair. 
Left Mids. 1896. 

Brewer. Etwall Lodge, Etwall, Derby. 

Cole, Cyril Wilton ; born 1876. Swann, 

Son of Rev. G. E. Cole, Barnburgh Rectory, Doncaster. 
Class. Upper IVth— Lower Vlth. Left Chr. 1894. 

Royal Academy of Music 1895-1901 ; Potter Exhibition 1897 ; 
Charlotte Walters Prize 1901 ; Professor of Music and 
Elocution. 39 Wiseton Road, Upper Tooting, S.W. 

Cross, Gerald Conybeare; born 1877. Exhibitioner. Smith — Toppin. 
Son of Dr. John Cross, 3 Gloucester Road, N.W. Class. 
Upper IVth — Upper Vth. School Prefect; House Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1894. 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. ; Surgeon R.N. H.M.S. Teal, Shanghai. 

Darling, Arthur Cairns ; born 1877. Spear. 

Son of John Darling, Longdon Hall, Rugeley, Staffordshire. 
Mod. IV.— II. House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1895. 

Was on the Stock Exchange. 23 Dulwich Road, Heme Hill, S.E. 

* Graeme, Patrick Neale Sutherland ; born 1877. Foster. 

Son of Alexander Malcolm Sutherland Graeme, Graemeshall, 
Orkney. Class. Upper IVth — Lower Vlth . School Prefect ; 

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First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 
1895. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge; Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn ; Secretary to the Lord Chief Justice of England. 

2 Pump Court, Temple, E.C. 

Griffith, Edward Stuart Clifton ; born 1875. Faber. 

Son of Lieut. -Col. E. C. Griffith, 4 Carlton Chambers, 
London, S.W. Class. Upper IVth— Lower Vth. Left Chr. 
1893. Sunnymead, Harpendtn, Herts. 

Hale, Frederick Maris ; born 1877. Swann. 

Son of T. Hale, Midlothian, West Cliff, Bournemouth. 
Mod. IV.— II. Left Mids. 1892. 

Merchant Service. 

Hancock, Richard Todd. Huntington. 

Son of E. Hancock, Dean House, Newport Road, Cardiff. 
Mod. III.— I. Left Mids. 1893. 

Heath, Oliver ; born 1877. Spear. 

Son of Dr. R. Heath, 29 Warrior Square, St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea. Class. Lower IVth — Upper Vth. House Prefect. 
Left Easter 1896. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B. A. 1902 ; served with Paget' s 
Horse in the South African War; Medical Student at St. 
Mary's Hospital, W. 5 Redington Road, H amp stead, N. W. 

# Hills. Reginald Playfair; born 1877. School House. 

House Scholar. Son of Mrs. Hills, 11 Collingham Place, 
Cromwell Road, S.W. Class. Lower Vth — Upper Vlth. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven 
Football ; Martin History ; English Essay ; Leaving Scholar- 
ship. Left Mids. 1896. 
Classical Scholar, St. John's College, Oxford; B A. 1902, 
Second Class Classical Mods., First Class Lit. Hum. ; 
called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1903. Parents Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Hutch i ngs, Charles Graham ; born 1875. Smith — Toppin. 

Son of C. Hutchings, Fir Grove, Frodsham, Cheshire. 
Mod. II. — I. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1894. 
In business. Church fields, Frodsham, Cheshire. 

Irish, David James; born 1877. Lyon. 

Son of David James Irish, Warboys, Hunts. Mod. IV. — 
Upper Mod. II. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; 
Second Eleven Football. Left Easter 1895. 

\The Sycamores, Warboys, Hunts. 

Jones, Cyril John ; born 1880. Swann. 

Son of Edward Oliver Jones, Castlefield, Cardiff. Class. 
Junior School— Middle Vth. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1898. Parent's Address. 

Jones, Tudor Lawrence; born 1878. Swann. 

Son of John J. Jones, Fronheulog, Cefn Coed, near Merthyr 
Tydfil. Class. IHrd — Army Side. House Prefect ; House 
Eleven Football ; Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1896. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; served in the South African War 
with Imperial Yeomanry. Died January 1904. 

if Jones, Thomas Richard; born 1878. Swann. 

Son of Thomas Jones, The Hafod, Dowlais. Class. IHrd — 
Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1894. Peny-Sheol, Merthyr Tydfil. 

* Kennedy, William Henry ; born 1878. Huntington — House. 

Son of Mrs. Kennedy, Maybole. Class. Lower IVth — Army 
Side. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1896. 

R. I. E. C, Cooper's Hill. 

c\o J '. Kennedy, Esq., Dulquharran, Maybole, Scotland. 

Koechlin, Marcel Charles ; born 1874. Swann. 

Son of Edward Koechlin, Mulhouse. Mod. II. Left Mids. 
1892. 

In business. Crue de la Station, Mulhouse, Alsace. 

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* Lawrence, Bertram ; born 1876. Sivann. 

Son of H. C. Lawrence, Cheltenham. Army Side. School 
Prefect; House Eleven Football; Shooting Eight. Left 
Chr. 1895. 
R. M. C, Sandhurst; East Yorks Regiment 1898; Adjutant 
1903 ; served with Mounted Infantry in South African War. 

Rahere, PittviiU Park, Cheltenham. 

Lemarchand, Hugh. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. Lemarchand, Instow, N. Devon. Left Mids. 
1893. 
Went to Exeter School ; served with Paget's Horse in the South 
African War ; holds a Government post in Nigeria. 

Parent* s Address. 

Lock, John George Collcutt ; born 1876 Swann. 

Son of G. Lock, London. Mod. IV. Left Chr. 1*92. 

f84 Regents Park Road, W. 

Mackworth, Francis Julian Audley ; born 1876. Huntington — House. 
House Scholar. Son of Col. Sir Arthur Mackworth, C.B., 
R.E., Caerleon, Mon. Class. Vth — Army Side. School 
Prefect ; Passed Examination for R. M. A., Woolwich, 1894. 
Left Mids. 1895. 

Mathematical Scholar, Selwyn College, Cambridge; Lieut. 
R. A. (West African Frontier Force, Northern Nigeria 
Regiment). Zungeru, Northern Nigeria. 

Martin, Edward Lister. Spear. 

Son of A. M. Martin, 22 Kidbrook Grove, Blackheath. 
Left Mids. 1892. 

Miles, Elystan ; born 1878. School House. 

Son of Rev. H. H. Miles, Dunfield, Kington, Herefordshire. 
Class. IHrd— Mod. III. Left Chr. 1894. 

10 Albany Road, St. Leonard" s-on-Sea. 
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Molyneux, Arthur James ; born 1875. Faber. 

Son of Thomas William Molyneux, Allithwaite Lodge, 
Grange - over - Sands, Carnforth. Mod. II. — I. School 
Prefect; House Eleven Football; Shooting Eight. Left 
Mids. 1894. 

Clare College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* Phillips, Herbert J. ; born 1877. School House. 

Son of F. H. Phillips, Chippenham, Wilts. Mod. IV.— I. 
Left Easter 1895. 

Royal Welsh. Fusiliers. Chippenham , Wilts. 

Phillips, John Henry ; born 1878. Day Boy. 

Son of Thomas Henry Phillips, South Lawn, Malvern. 
Mod. IV.— I. House Prefect. Left Easter 1895. 

Chartered Accountant. Parent's Address. 

*Pirouet; Herbert Geflrard ; born 1877. Lyon. 

Son of J. G. Pirouet, Captain Jersey Militia. Army Side. 
School Prefect. Left Mids. 1895. 

East Lancashire Regiment ; served in the South African War. 

Hillesley Vicarage, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucester. 

*Pullan, Henry Alexander Seaton ; born 1875. Smith — Toppin. 
Son of Col. Pullan, Indian Woods and Forests Department. 
Mod. II, — Army Side. School Prefect; Second Eleven 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1893. 

Tea planting in India. Munda Roti, Tea Estate, Sonada, Bengal ; 

14 Ann Street, Edinburgh. 

Purcell, Goodwin, Rev. ; born 1876. Smith— Toppin. 

Son of J. G. Purcell, J. P., Carrigmore, Co. Cork. Class. 
IHrd— Upper IVth. Left Easter 1894. 

Queens' College, Cambridge; B,A. 1903; ordained 1904; 
Curate of Frodsham. Overton, Frodsham, Cheshire. 

Robins, William H. Rumney. School House. 

Son of Rev. W. Robins, D.D., Gillingham Vicarage, Chatham. 
Left Mids. 1892. 

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Sells, Lionel ; born 1876. Spear, 

Son of Charles John Sells, Guildford. Class Lower IVth. 
Left Chr. j8q2. 

Attended R. A. M. C. in the South African War as " X Ray " 
Expert ; Queen's Medal with three Clasps ; King's Medal 
with two Clasps; holds the Royal Humane Society's Cer- 
tificate for saving life from drowning 1898. 

White Hall, Guildford. 

*Stainton, George; born 1876. Spear. 

Son of Edward Stainton, 31 St. John's Park, Blackheath. 
S.E. Mod. II.— I. Left Mids 1894. ^Parent's Address. 

Stanton, Frank Harrison. Foster. 

Son of John Harrison Stanton, Stubb House, Winston, 
Darlington. Mod. III. Left Chr. 1894. Parent's Address. 

Stevens, Charles Hill ; born 1877. Spear. 

Son of B. W. Stevens. Birminghnm. Mod. IV.— II. Left 
Easter 1894. The Bracken, Anchorage Road, Sutton ColdJUld. 

Thorne, Hubert Gillespie ; born 1875. Spear. 

Son of H. E. Thorne, Barbados, West Indies. Mod. IV. — 
I B. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1894. 

Represented Aberdeen University, St. Bartholomew's, and 
United Hospitals at Swimming and Water Polo ; Lancashire 
Fusiliers ; served with 1st Batt. Connaught Rangers in the 
South African War (Medal with five Clasps) ; Lieutenant 
H. A. C. ; Sub-Inspector, Trinidad Military Police. 
Officers' Mess, Police Headquarters, Port of Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I. 

* du Vallon, Hubert Caliste de Jacobi ; born 1877 School House. 
Minor Scholar. Son of Grosvenor de Jacobi du Vallon, 
Riviera, St. Servan, Ille et Vilaine, France. Class. Shell — 
Vlth. School Prefect; House Football Eleven; School 
Fives Pair ; Winner of Humane Society's Medal. Left 
Mids. 1896. 
Heath Harrison Exhibitioner at Brasenose College, Oxford; 
B.A. 1899; Rowed in University Boat Race; passed examina- 
tion for Levant Consular Service 1900. 

British Embassy, Constantinople. 

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Wahl, Charles E. John. Smith— Toppin. 

Son of Charles F. Wahl, 14 Mincing Lane, E.C. Left 
Mids. 1892. 

Royal Garrison Artillery. Fort Picklecombe, Plymouth. 

Wahl, Bruno W. Smith— Toppin. 

Brother of above. Class. Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1892. 

Balliol College, Oxford ; Taylorian Scholar 1899 I B.A. 190 1 ; 
Indian Civil Service. c\o H. S. King 6* Co., Pall Mall, W. 

Walkley, John Sanders. Foster. 

Son of W. H. Walkley, 43 Bridge Street, Banbury. Left 
Chr. 1892. 

Welby, Francis Clare Atty. Swann. 

Son of Rev. Abraham Allard Welby, Tollerton Rectory, 
Nottingham. Left Mids. 1893. 9 Clifton Road, Brighton. 

Wood, George Llewellyn. Swann. 

Son of James George Wood, 8 Lansdowne Crescent, Notting 
Hill, W. Left Mids. 1893. Parent's Address. 

if Wright, William Hilton; born 1878. Minor Scholar. Swann. 
Son of William Wright, 3 Codrington Place, Clifton. Class. 
IHrd — Lower Vlth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket 
and Football. Left Easter 1897. 

Oriel College, Oxford; B.A. 1901, Honours Mod. History; 
Assistant Master at Wellington. Wellington College, Berks. 



Entries in January, 1892. 

*Apthorp, Edmund East; born 1877. Faber. 

Son of Rev. George Francis Apthorp, 13 De Parys Avenue, 
Bedford. Class. Shell— Lower Vlth. School Prefect ; First 
Eleven Cricket ; Second Eleven Football ; School Fives 
Pair. Left Mids. 1897. 
Queens' College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1900, Third Class Classical 
Tripos ; Capt. of University Golf Team ; Assistant Master 
at Dunstable Grammar School. Ashton Lodge, Dunstable. 

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Bramley-Moore, John ; born 1876. School House. 

Son of W. Bramley-Moore, 26 Russell Square, London. 
Army Side. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1893. 

Tea planting in Ceylon. f Bedford. 

Burke, Richard Charles John ; born 1878. Foster. 

Son of C. T. Burke, care of Messrs. Grindlay & Co., 
54 Parliament Street, London. Army Side. Left Mids. 
1894. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst; Durham Light Infantry; Bombay 
Grenadiers 1899 ; Assistant Political Agent at Kolhapur. 

c\o Messrs. King, King, <5r» Co., Bombay. 

* Clark, Herbert Nicholls; born 1876. Foster. 

Son of John Badger Clark, Chigwell Row, Essex. Class. 
Upper IVth — Mod. I. School Prefect; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1894. 

Captain 3rd Kent (Royal Arsenal) R. G. A. (V.). 

Parent's Address. 

Clutterbuck, Noel Stanley ; born 1879. School House. 

Minor Scholar. Son of Mrs. Clutterbuck, 68 Bouverie Road, 

West Folkestone. Class. Upper IVth — Army Side. Left 

Chr. 1895. 

R. M. L. I. ; served in the South African War. Parent's Address. 

* Cook, George Trevor Roper, Capt. ; born 1877. Foster. 

Son of George W. Cook, Greenham Cottage, Hoy lake, 
Cheshire. Class. Upper IVth— Army Side. School Prefect ; 
House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1895. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst; Captain 3rd Dragoon Guards; served in 
the South African War, Parent's Address. 

Crossley, Philip Peto. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. Crossley, Landford House, Salisbury. Class. 
Upper IVth. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Chr. 1893. 

Trinity College, Oxford ; Threw the Hammer for Oxford. 
Died 1899. 

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Dawson, Henry Hubert ; born 1877. Toppin. 

Son of Yelverton Dawson, M.D., Heathlands, Southbourne, 
Hants. Class. Upper IVth — Army Side. House Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1895. 

Caius College, Cambridge ; Dublin University 1897-1900 ; 
Royal Warwickshire Regiment ; Indian Army. 

c/o Messfs. King, King, &*Co., Bombay; 24 Westland Row, Dublin. 

*Denham, Edwcrd Brandis; born 1876. Home Scholar. Sivann. 
Son of Charles Denham, Sydney, New South Wales. Class. 
Shell— VTth. School Prefect ; English Essay ; Lea Shake- 
speare Prize. Left Mids. 1895. 

History Exhibitioner of Merton College, Oxford; B.A. 1899; 
Passed Indian Civil Service Examination; Ceylon Civil 
Service 1899 ; British Colonial Secretary, Ceylon, 1904. 

The Secretariat, Colombo, Ceylon. 

Fenning, Gilbert Stacey Tritton ; born 1876. School House. 

Son of W. M. Fenning, care of Messrs. Robarts, Lubbock, 
& Co., 15 Lombard Street, E.C. Army Side. Left Chr. 1894. 

Parent' s Address. 

Fraser, Douglas; born 1875. Foster. 

Son of Surgeon-General C. A. Fraser, Byron, New South 
Wales. Army Side — Mod. I. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1893. 

Land Agent. Parent's Address. 

* Gray, Arthur Claypon Horner ; born 1878. School House. 

Son of Rev. John Durbin Gray, Nay land Vicarage, Col- 
chester. Class. Upper IVth. Second Eleven Football. 
Left Chr. 1895. 

Guy's Hospital. Parent's Address. 

Greatrex, Arthur William. Huntington— House. 

Son of A. W. Greatrex, Rushall Hall, Walsall. Mod. IV. 
Left Easter 1894. Moss Close, Walsall. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
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Hewett, William Henry ; born 1876. Lyon. 

Son of R. Hewett, Leckford, Stockbridge, Hants. Army 
Side. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 
1893- 
Lieut. 20th Hussars. Died at Davos, April 1898. 

Hunter, Claude Pierrepont. Foster. 

Son of James Hunter, Ashby House, Chester. Left Easter 
1893. 

Imlach, Cedric Macgregor; born 1878. Smith — Toppin. 

House Scholar. Son of Francis Imlach, M.D., 15 Halkyn 
Avenue, Ullet Road, Liverpool. Class. Upper IVth— Lower 
Vlth. Left Mids. 1895. 

Scholar of University College, Liverpool ; Chinese Interpreter- 
ship, f Parent's Address. 

* Jones, Penrhyn Grant; born 1878. Smith— Toppin. 

Minor Scholar. Son of F. T. Jones, Niton, Isle of Wight. 
Class. Lower IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; English Verse; 
Editor of Malvernian. Left Mids. 1897. 
Consular Service. The British Legation, Pekin. 

King, Henry Eyre Lewis Young; born 1875. School House. 

Son of H. E. L. King, Barbados. Mod. III.— II. Shooting 
Eight. Left Easter 1894. Marchfield, Barbados, West Indies. 

* Laurie, Rawdon Hastings St. Barke. Spear. 

Son of A. C. S. Laurie, 29 Ladbroke Gardens, Kensington. 
Mod. I. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 
1896. 17 Westbourne Gardens, W. 

Macpherson, Alexander Duncan, Capt. ; born 1877. Huntington — 
House. Son of J. Macpherson, Glenavon, Clifton Down, 
Bristol. Mod. IV.— II. Left Chr. 1894. 

Capt. Cameron Highlanders ; served with Mounted Infantry in 
the South African War. 

do Messrs. Holt &>Co.,$ Whitehall Place, W. 

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Manders, Everard Isaac ; born 1880. School House. 

Son of R. W. Manders, Castle Size, Naas, Co. Kildare. 
Junior School— Mod. II. Left Mids. 1897. Parent's Address. 

* Morton, Gerald Arthur. Faster. 

Son of Colonel James F. Morton, The Garden House, 
Mildmay Park, London, N. LeftChr. 1893. 
Lieut. 2nd Battalion, Border Regiment. 

cjo Messrs. Cox &>Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. W. 

Nothwanger, Robert George ; born 1877. Foster . 

Son of Robert Charles Nothwanger, The Hawthorns, 
Osborne Road, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Mod. II. — I. Left 
Mids. 1895. 

St. John's College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

Ricketts, Guy ; born 1876. Huntington— House. 

Son of Major E. Bengough Ricketts, Hollingbourne Manor 
House, Maidstone. Class. Upper IVth. House Prefect. 
Left Mids. 1895. 

Selwyn College, Cambridge. ^Parent's Address. 

Russell, Leonard. Day Boy. 

Son of James Russell, Newland Grange, Malvern . Class Illrd . 
Left Mids. 1894. Kempsey. 

Streatfeild, Charles Edward ; born 1878. Foster. 

Son of Colonel R. C. Streatfeild Mod. III.— Lower Mod. I. 
Left Easter 1895. 
Bank Clerk in Lloyds. 12 Randolph Gardens, Maida Vale, N.W. 

* Ward, Reynolds Drew ; born 1877. Swann. 

Son of S. Ward, Belmont, Exeter. Mod. III. — I. School 
Prefect; First Eleven Football; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Chr. 1895. Parent's Address. 

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Warlow, Francis Temple Picton. Huntington— House. 

Son of Lieut. -Col. John Turbervill, Ewenny Priory, Gla- 
morgan. Class. Lower IVth -— Upper IVth. Left Easter 
1894. 
Afterwards at Sherborne ; Emmanuel College, Cambridge. 



Entries in May, 1892. 

# Angell, Charles Ronaleyn. School house. 

Son of John B. O. Angell, Rumsey House, Calne, Wilts. 
Left Easter 1896. Toledo, Hay ward's Heath, Sussex. 

Barclay, Fergusson. School Bouse. 

Son of Captain H. F. D. Barclay, Manor House, Weston- 
super-Mare. Left Chr. 1893. Parent's Address. 

Barnes, Harold Douglas ; born 1876. Toppin. 

Son of Edmund Barnes, 220 Camden Road, London. Mod. 

IV. — I. House Prefect; House Eleven Cricket. Left. 

Chr. 1893. 

Solicitor. 42 Theobald's Rood, W.C. 

Batty, Herbert Ernest Jardine ; born 1877. School House. 

Son of the Hon. Herbert Batty, Poonah, India. Class. 
Upper IVth— Shell. Left Easter 1895. 

Indian Medical Service ; Lieutenant 87th Punjabis. 

Kirkee, India. 

Bloxsome, Arthur Henley. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Bloxsome, 10 Oak field Road, Clifton. Left 
Mids. 1895. 

* Browne, Herbert ; born 1878. Faker. 

Son of Captain P. A. Browne, Clapham Common, S.W. 
Mod. IV.— I. Left Chr. 1895. 

31 West Side, Clapham Common. 

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* Butler, Alfred Warren; born 1877. Foster. 

Son of John Butler, The Laurels, Withdean, Sussex. Mod. 
IV.— I. House Prefect; House Eleven Football. Left 
Easter 1895. 

Solicitor. 6 Cranes Drive, Surbiton. 



Crawshay-Williams, Eliot ; born 1879. Spear. 

Son of A. J. Williams, M.P., Glamorgan. Class. Lower 
IVth— Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1892. 
Afterwards at Eton. Coed-y-Mustwr, Bridqend, Glamorgan. 



Crawshay-Williams, Leslie ; born 1880. Spear. 

Brother of above. Class. IHrd. Left Chr. 1892. 

Afterwards at Eton. 



Cullen, Edward ; born 1878. School House. 

Son of William Henry Cullen, Gloucester House, Stone- 
bridge Park, Willesden. Class. Lower IVth — Upper Vth. 
Left Easter 1897. 

Died September 1901. 

Day, William Frank. Foster. 

Son of Robert N. Day, Harlow, Essex. Left Mids. 1892. 



Dbhn, Paul Oscar. 

Son of Mrs. Dehn, Oakhill, Fallow fie Id, Manchester. Mod. 
II. Left Chr. 1892. 

*Hawlby, Cyril Francis. Foster. 

Son of Henry Michael Hawley. Army Side. Left Chr. 
1894. 

The King's Royal Rifles ; served in the South African War. 

Tunby Hall, Boston. 

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* Hingston, Frederick Leonard ; bom 1877. Huntington— House. 

Son of Mrs. Hingston, St. Oswald's, Eastbourne. Class. 
Lower IVth. House Cricket Eleven. Left Easter 1895. 

The Duke of Cornwall's L. I. ; served in the South African 
War. Parent's Address, 

*Horsley, Cecil Dove; born 1875. School House. 

Son of Joseph H. Horsley, South field House, Cottiogham, 
East York. Class. Upper IVth— Shell. School Prefect ; 
House Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 
1894. 

Caius College, Cambridge ; B. A. 1898 ; 21st Lancers. 

Cavalry Barracks, Hounslow. 

Horton, Rodber Pemberton. Foster. 

Son of Rev. Reginald Horton, Dymock Vicarage, Gloucester. 
Left Chr. 1892. 

Innes-Bathe, John William ; born 1876. Foster. 

Son of John Innes-Bathe, J P., Clonmore, Northam, Bide- 
ford. Army Side. Left Chr. 1893. 

Served in the South African War, Captain 32nd Company 
Imperial Yeomanry. Parent's Address. 

* Mappin, George Wilson ; born 1877. School House. 

Son of Wilson Mappin, Abbeydale Grange, Sheffield. Class. 
Lower IVth —Remove. Left Mids. 1896. 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* Mappin, Thomas Wilson; born 1877. School House. 

Brother of above. Class. Lower IVth — Upper Vth. First 
Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1896. Parent's Address. 

Magdalen College, Oxford. 

* Moser, Richard Cecil ; born 1877. Foster. 

Son of C E. Moser, 120 Fellows Road, Hampstead, N.W. 
Army Side. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1895. 

R. I. E.C., Cooper's Hill; P. W.D., Irrigation Department, 
Egypt. P. W. D., Assiout, Egypt. 

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Platt, Ralph Ernest ; born 1876. School House. 

Son of James Plait, Somerset House, Gloucester. Mod. IV.— I. 
Left Chr. 1893. 
Civil Engineer. Parent's Address. 

* Potter, Colin Kynaston ; born 1877. Spear. 

Son of Edmund Peel Potter, Feme lough, Bolton. Mod. IV. 
— I. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1896. 

Served in the South African War, 2nd Volunteer Battalion 
North Lancashire Regiment. Sahvick Hall, Prestott. 

Sanguinetti, Vivian Herbert ; born 1878. School House, 

Son of H. Sanguinetti, Glen Lea, Boxmoor, Herts. Mod. 
IV.— III. Left Easter 1894. 
Mining Engineer. 10 Higashi, Toriiyaka, Azabu, Tokio. 

* Thompson, Alexander Richard; born 1877. Faber. 

Son of William Thompson, Ashdale, Stamford. Mod. III. — 
I B. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1895. 

Land Agent. Parent's Address. 

White, George William ; born 1875. Lyon. 

Son of J. M. White, The Grange, Stratton, Cirencester. 
Mod. II. Left Chr. 1893. Parent's Address. 

White, Walter John Mills; born 1876. Lyon. 

Brother of above. Mod. IV. — Lower Mod. I. House Prefect. 
Left Easter 1895. Parent's Address. 

* Whyte, William ; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of Robert Whyte, Pentland House, Old Road, Lee, 
Kent. Class. Upper IVth— Lower Vlth. School Prefect ; 
Ledbury Cap. Left Mids. 1897. 
Hertford College, Oxford ; B.A. ; in business. Parent's Address. 

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Wood, Benjamin Ussher; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of John Cotter Wood, Lota, Glanmire, Co. Cork. 
Class. Lower IVth — Lower Vlth. House Prefect. Left 
Easter 1897. 
Oriel College, Oxford ; B.A. 1900 ; Barrister-at-Law. 

Parent's Address. 

* Wright, Edwin Ernest Stanley ; born 1879. School House. 

Son of A. R. Wright, Broadwater, Wimbledon Park, S.W. 
Class. Lower IVth — Remove. Left Chr. 1896. 
Solicitor. Parent's Address. 



Entries in September, 1892. 

* Adams, Francis Charles; born 1875. Toppin. 

Son of Francis Adams, care of Australian joint Stock Bank, 
King William Street, London, E.C. Mod. I. School 
Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1894. 

Caius College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

Adams, Randal John ; born 1877. Toppin. 

Brother of above. Class. Junior School — Illrd. Left 
Easter 1896. Parent's Address. 

*Allcock, Egerton; born 1877. School House. 

Son of Egerton Allcock, Lillington Road, Leamington. 
Class. Illrd— Shell. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket 
and Football ; Royal Humane Society's Medal. Left 
Mids. 1897. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1901 ; competed in the 
Hurdles v. Oxford ; represented the combined Universities 0. 
Yale and Harvard, in America, 1901. Parent* s Address. 

Andrew, Edward Norman Charles ; born 1877. House Scholar. Lyon. 
Son of E. Andrew, Hixon, near Stafford. Mod. II. — I. 
School Prefect; Dowdeswell Prize; Exhibitioner-elect of 
Trinity College, Cambridge. Died at School, March 16th, 
1895. 

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Austin, Horace Taylor; born 1881. Faber. 

Son of F. Austin, Lyonsdown, New Barnet. Junior School 
— Mod. II. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1898. 

Bornholdt, Magnus Anthony ; born 1877. Toppin. 

Son of Peter Bornholdt, Riga, Russia. Army Side— Mod. I. 
Left Mids. 1895 Parent's Address. 

Boyce, Thomas Leighton ; born 1878. Foster. 

Son of T. Boyce, 11 Hart Street, Bloomsbury Square, 
London. Mod. III. — II. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1895. 

Architect. Parent's Address. 

* Burns, Sambrooke Arthur Higgins ; born 1879. Faber. 

Son of S. T. H. Burne, J. P., Loynton Hall, Newport, Salop. 
Class. Lower IVth — Lower Vlth. School Prefect; House 
Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1898. 

History Scholar, St. Peter's College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1901 
(Third Class History Tripos) ; Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple. The Knoll, Woburn Sands, Beds. 

* Burns, Thomas Burns ; born 1877. Swann. 

Son of John B. Burns, The Oak lands, Rugeley. Mod. II. — I. 
First Eleven Cricket; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 
1895. 
In L. & N. W. R., Euston. Parent's Address. 

* Caddick, Francis Arthur ; born 1878. Minor Scholar. Swann. 

Son of Alfred Caddick, Sutton Coldfield. Class. Lower Vth 
— Remove. Left Chr. 1895. 

Chartered Accountant. 7 a Lawrence Pountney Hill, E.C. 

Carless, Walter Fenwick ; born 1878. House. 

Son of Edward N. Carless, M.D., Lansdowne House, 
Devizes. Class. IHrd — Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1894. 

Rice-Grower in Burma. c/o Bullock Bros.* Rangoon. 

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Donisthorpe, Edmund Seal ; born 1877. Toppin. 

Son of Wordsworth Donisthorpe, 32 Pembridge Villas, 
London, W. Mod. IV. House Football Eleven. Left Chr. 
1893. 

Colonial College, Hollesley Bay. f Parent's Address. 

Donisthorpe, Frank Wordsworth ; born 1878. Toppin — Day Boy. 
Brother of above. Mod. IV. — III. Left Mids. 1895. 

\Parenfs Address. 

Douglas, Reginald Stair ; born 1877. School House. 

Minor Scholar. Son of John Douglas, Ceylon. Mod. II. — 
Army Side. House Prefect. Left Chr. 1895. 

Sarawak Civil Service. Bolsover Meads, Eastbourne. 

Dunsmuir, Robin William. House. 

Son of J. Dunsmuir, BurJeith, Craigflower Road, Victoria, 
B. C. Mod. 1V.—III. Left Easter 1894. Parent's Address. 

*Ellman, Frederic Boys; born 1878. House Scholar. Foster. 
Son of Mrs. Ellroan, 1 Combermere Road, St. Leonard's. 
Class. Lower Vth — Lower Vlth. House Prefect. Left 
Chr. 1895. 

Solicitor. 50 Cannon Street, E.C. 

*Emra, Cyril Ormiston ; born 1877. Faber Exhibitioner. Foster. 
Son of W. H. A. Emra, Montpelier House, Montpelier Row, 
Twickenham. Lower Vth— Upper Vth. Left Mids. 1893. 

Clerk, London Joint Stock Bank 1895 ; Author of " The Love 
Song of Tristram and Iseult, and other Poems," 1905. 

22 Onslow Avenue, Richmond, Surrey. 

Farrer, Arthur Francis Chevenix Trench. Lyon. 

Son of Captain Frederick Farrer, 14 Cambridge Road. 
Brighton. Class. Shell — Lower Vth. Left Easter 1894. 

Oriel College, Oxford. Died April 1899. 
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Farrier, Frederic Liddell. Lyon. 

Brother of above. Class. Shell— Upper Vth. House Pre- 
fect ; House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1894. 

^Parent's Address. 



Faskally, John Douglas ; born 1878. Toppitt. 

Son of Dr. G. B. Faskally, Umzimkulu, Africa. Class. Illrd 
— Lower I Vth. Left Easter 1894. 

Served in the South African War with Irish Guards. 



* Field, George Hawkes ; born 1877. Fabtr. 

Son of Captain George Lainson Field, Talton, near Stratford- 
on- Avon. Class. Illrd— Shell. Left Chr. 1895. 

Parent* s Address. 

* Foster, Basil Samuel; born 1881. Foster. 

Son of Rev. H. Foster, 5 College Grounds, Malvern. Class. 
Illrd — Mod. I. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
First Eleven Football ; School Fives and Racquets Pair. 
Left Mids. 1900. 

Mutual Insurance Company of New York. 

14 St. James's Street, S. W. 

*Garratt, Ernest Vernon; born 1879. Huntington — House. 

House Scholar. Son of Capt. E. E. Garratt. Class. Lower 
Vth— Vlth. Left Chr. 1897. 

Exhibitioner, Worcester College, Oxford; B.A. 1902, Second 
Class. Hon. Mods., Second Class Lit. Hum. ; Assistant 
Master at Ripley Court, Surrey. 



Gaskbll, Frank Hill. Hutitington — House. 

Son of J. Gaskell, Cowbridge, Glamorgan. Class. Lower 
IVth— Mod. II B. Left Mids. 1895. 

Served with 3rd Volunteer Battalion, Welsh Regiment, in 
South Africa. New House, Llanishen. 

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* Graeme, Kenneth Malcombe Sutherland, Rev. ; born 1878. Foster. 

Minor Scholar. Son of A. M. Sutherland Graeme, Graeme- 
shall, near Kirkwall, Orkney. Class. Shell— Remove. Left 
Mids. 1896. 

Edinburgh University ; Wells Theological College 1901 ; 
ordained 1902 ; Curate of St. Mark's, Swindon. 

13 Milton Rood, Swindon. 

Green, Henry Claude Nelson. School House. 

Son of Mrs. M. A. R. Green, Osborne House, Pembroke 
Road, Clifton. Junior School — Mod. II B. Left Mids. 1895. 

Parent* s Address. 

* Grundy, George Edward ; born 1883. Day Boy — School House. 

Son of Rev. W. Grundy, formerly Headmaster of Malvern 
College. Class. Junior School — Sixth. School Prefect; 
First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football ; Latin Verse ; 
English Verse. Left Mids. 1902. 

Classical Scholar, Brasenose College, Oxford ; played in Uni- 
versity Golf Team. Heathcot, Malvern. 

Harrison, Ernest Robert ; born 1878. Lyon. 

Son of F. Harrison, South Kensington. Mod. I. — Class. 
Shell. House Prefect. Died at School, April 1895. 

Hayton, Robert. Faber. 

Son of J. Hayton, Papcastle, Cockermouth. Mod. IV. 
Left Easter 1894. Parent* s Address. 

Hemsted, John Garnet; born 1882. Spear. 

Son of H. Hemsted, M.D., Haverhill, Whitchurch, Hants. 
Class. Junior School — Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1894. 

Parent* s Address. 

Hitchings, Francis Noel Wills ; born 1877. Swann. 

Son of Mrs. Hitchings, Prestonbury, Bromley, Kent. Mod. 
II.— I. Left Easter 1895. ] Parent's Address. 

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Horsley, Frederick Norman ; born 1878. School House. 

Son of J. H Horsley, Southfield, Cottingham, Hull. Mod. 
II.— Lower Mod. I. Left Easter 1894. Parent's Address. 

Johnston, Alfred Hubert ; born 1878. Toppin. 

Son of Samuel Logan Johnston, 20 Croxteth Grove, Liver- 
pool. Mod. II. — I. Junior Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1896. 

Bridge House, Carshalton, Surrey. 

Kentish, George. Spear. 

Son of * G. Kentish, St. Andrew's, Bromley Park, Kent. 
Class. Lower IVth — Mod. II. Left Mids. 1893. 

Knowles, Eric. House. 

Son of Mrs. E. L. Knowles, Langley House, Slough. Class. 
IHrd— Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1894. 

Whitegate, Trefynon, Newtown, Montgomeryshire. 

Lbly> Kenneth Lyle Philpin ; born 1879. School House. 

Son of K. S. P. Lely, Surat, Bombay Presidency. Army 
Side. Second Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1896. 

1st Battalion King's Shropshire Light Infantry. 

Parent's Address. 

Linton, Francis Henry. School House. 

Son of Rev. E. F. Linton, Crymlyn, Bournemouth. Class. 
Lower IVth. Left Easter 1893. 

Mackenzie, Keith Bethune; born 1879. Day Boy. 

Son of J. MacKenzie, Daresbury, Malvern. Class. Junior 
School— Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1896. 
Seaforth Highlanders ; South Africa 1901-02. 

2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders, Alder shot, 

Martyn, Gerald Stephen ; born 1878. Minor Scholar. Toppin. 
Son of Rev. R. J. Martyn, St. Buryan Rectory, R.S.O., 
Cornwall. Class. Shell A — Remove. School Prefect ; 
Second Eleven Cricket; House Eleven Football. Left 
Chr. 1894. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
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* McBean, Alexander Hamilton ; born 1878. Swann. 

Son of Alexander McBean, Tettenhall, near Wolverhampton. 
Mod. II.— I. Left Chr. 1894. 

Captain 3rd Volunteer Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment ; 
Honorary Secretary Birmingham Law Students' Society 
1897-1899 ; Solicitor. 47 Temple Row, Birmingham. 

Miles, Henry Arthur Hugh ; born 1876. School House, 

Son of Rev. H. H. Miles, Dunfield, Kington, Hereford. 
Mod. III.— II. Left Easter 1894. 

10 Albany Poad, Si. Leonard? s-on-Sea. 

Mitchell, Claude. Toppin. 

Son of Henry Mitchell, Augustus Road, Edgbaston. Class. 
Upper IVth. Left Easter 1893. Parent's Address. 

* Moore, Clifford Arthur; born 1879. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. Lucy Moore. Class. Upper IVth — Remove. 
Left Mids. 1895. 

M.R. C.S., L. R. C. P. ; served with Imperial Yeomanry in 
the South African War ; House Physician, Bristol General 
Hospital. 29 Downleaze, Stoke Bishop, near Bristol. 

Mossman, Frederick Adolf Trenne. Huntington— House. 

Son of F. Mossman, Daisy Hill, near Bradford. Class. 
Upper IVth —Remove. Left Mids. 1895. 

Solicitor. St. Alary s Terrace, Bradford* Yorks. 

* Mott, Walter Septimus ; born 1878* Spear. 

Son of Francis Delamotte Mott, 165 Fenchurch Street, E.C. 
Mod III. -I. School Prefect. Left Chr. 1895. 

Brewer. D agnail, Berkhamsted, Bucks. 

* Mukkay, Douglas Stuart ; born 1876. Toppin. 

Son of William Murray, Basinghall Street, E.C. Class. 
Upper IVth— Upper Vth. School Prefect; First Eleven 
Cricket; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1895. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; Farming in Australia. 

Patent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malveruian Society. 



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Nash, Ernest Reynolds. Spear. 

Son of C. £. T. Nash, Glen fall Lawn, Cheltenham. Class. 
Illrd. Left Chr. 1894. Parent's Address. 

*Naylor, Urmstone Shaw; born 1878. School House. 

Son of F. A. Naylor, Central Provinces, India. Class. 
Lower IVth — Army Side. First Eleven Football ; House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1896. 

Indian Police. c\o Messrs* King & Co., 49 Pall Mall, S. W. 

Peel, Lawrence Moore ; born 1876. School House. 

Son of Robert Moore Peel, Merivale, Birmingham. Mod. IV. 
Left Mids. 1894. Moore House, Beckenham, Kent. 

*Petrie, Alexander Sturrock ; born 1878. School House. 

Son of J. H. Petrie, 5 South Cliff, Eastbourne. Class. 
Lower IVth — Lower Vth. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1896. 

M.R. C. S., L. R.C.P. (London); House Surgeon at St. 
Bartholomew's Hospital. 5 Cleveland Road, Ealing. 

Phillips, George Frederick ; born 1879. Day Boy. 

Son of Thomas Henry Phillips, South Lawn, Malvern. 
Mod. IV.— I. School Prefect. Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 
1897. 

2nd Scottish Rifles ; served in the South African War (men- 
tioned in Despatches); Assistant Resident in Northern 
Nigeria. Parent's Address. 

* Phillips, Bertram George Dubois. House Scholar. Toppin. 
Son of Captain E. C. Dubois Phillips, R.N., 30 St. Francois 
Xavier Street, Montreal. Class. Vth— Vlth. Senior Chapel 
Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket and Football ; Champion 
Athlete. Left Easter 1896. 

Average adjuster in Montreal. 

Moor House, Great Crosby, Lancashire. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society, 



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* Poole, Ivan Maxwell Conway ; born 1878. Swann. 

Minor Scholar. Son of Mrs. C. Poole, Kingsleigh, Peter- 
borough Road, Harrow. Class. Shell— Army Side. House 
Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football ; Ledbury Cup. 
Left Mids. 1896. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst; Indian Army Supply and Transport 
Corps. cjo Messrs Grimllay, Groom, &* Co., Bombay. 

Powell, James Leslie Huish. Spear. 

Son of J. L. G. Powell, Tapton House, Richmond, Surrey. 
Class. Lower IVth— Mod. II A. Left Chr. 1895. 

Queen's Road, Richmond Hill, Surrey, 

# Rathbone, Charles Arthur ; born 1878. Huntington — House. 

Son of A. B. Rathbone, Red Gables, Formby. Mod. II. — 
Class. Vlth School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House 
Eleven Football ; School Fives Pair ; Lieutenant in Corps. 
Left Mids. 1898. 

In business. Parent's Address. 



Rickards, Marcus Cecil Anson. Spear. 

Son of Rev. M. S. Rickards, Twigworth Vicarage, Glouces- 
tershire. Junior School — Mod. III. Left Easter 1895. 

Parent's Address. 

Roberts, Herbert ; born 1878, Lyon. 

Son of E. Roberts, Greenbank Drive, Sefton Park, Liver- 
pool. Mod. IV. — II. House Eleven Football. Left Easter 
1896. Paint's Address. 

Rodger, Walter Vincent. Foster. 

Son of George Rodger, Bridgelands, Selkirk. Mod. IV. 
Left Mids. 1894. 

In business in Argentine Republic. 

Estancia Las Jhtias, Posso, Argentine Republic. 

* Member of Old' Malvernian Society. 



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Shephard, Hardinge Lilford ; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of Major C. S. Shephard, Martinstown, Dorchester. 
Class. Illrd— Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1894. 

Britannia 1895-97 ; Lieutenant R.N. 

c/o J. Burnett & Sons, 123 Pall Mall, S. W. 

Sheppard, Egerton Capel Osborne ; born 1878. Swann. 

Son of Osborne Sheppard, Glyn Clydach, Neath, S. Wales. 
Class. Shell — Lower Vlth. House Eleven Cricket and Foot- 
ball. Left Chr. 1896. Parents Address. 

#Spurling, Basil Eyton; born 1878. Huntington — House. 

Son of Rev. Frederick William Spurling, 16 Bai dwell Road, 
Oxford. Class. Lower IVth — Remove. Left Mids. 1897. 

Canadian Mounted Rifles. Patent's Address, 

Stainton, Philip; born 1879. Spear. 

Son of Edward Stainton, 31 St. John's Park, Blackheath, 
S.E. Class. Lower IVth— Remove. Left Mids. 1897. 

Steains, James Howard ; born 1877. Foster. 

Son of James Steains, Millgap Road, Eastbourne. Mod. IV. 
— III. Left Mids. 1893. 30 Devonshire Place, Eastbourne. 

* Sykes, Frank Morris, Rev. ; born 1879. Swann. 

Son of Dr. William Sykes, Redely ffe Lodge, Paignton. 
Class. Illrd — Remove. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1897. 

Selwyn College, Cambridge; B.A. 1900, Third Class Classical 
Tripos ; Assistant Master, Norwich Grammar School ; 
ordained 1902 ; Assistant Curate, Halifax Parish Church. 

8 Prescott Street, Halifax. 

# Thompson, Sydney Arthur; born 1878. Fdber. 

Son of W. Thompson, Stamford. Mod. III. — I. School 
Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1896. 

Adjutant 2nd Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment ; served 
in the South African War 1 899-1902 ; received the Queen's 
Medal with three Clasps, and King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Ashdale, Stamford. 

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*Thorne, Alfred John Parker; born 1878. Foster. 

Son of A. Thome, King's Legh, 191 Willesden Lane, Brondes- 
bury, N.W. Mod. IV.— I. Left Chr. 1895. 

Civil Engineer and Contractor. Parent's Address. 

* du Vallon, Gerald Caliste Dixon de Jacobi ; born 1878. School 

House. Minor Scholar. Son of Grosvenor de Jacobi 
du Vallon, Riviera, St. Servan, Ile-et-Vilaine, France. 
Class. Lower IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football ; Gymnasium Four. Left Mids. 1897. 
Classical Scholar, St. Peter's College, Cambridge ; Estanciero 
in Argentine Republic. 

Oliva Sud, Arias, F.C.R. Ramald, Rio Cuarto. 

Watson, Lionel Francis Edward ; born 1877. Swann. 

Son of James Watson, 2 Whitehall Court, S.W. Mod. II. 
— I. Left Easter 1895. } Parent's Address. 

*Willes, Harry; born 1878. Foster. 

Son of Rev. George Edward Willes, Calverton Rectory, 
Stony Stratford, Bucks. Class. Upper IVth— Upper Vth. 
Second Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left 
Easter 1897. 11 Conthill, E.C. 

* Wright, Oswald Walter; born 1877. Minor Scholar. Spear. 

Son of H. E. Wright, Southend House, Wickwar, Gloucester- 
shire. Class. Upper IVth — Lower Vlth. First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football (capt.) ; Lieut, in Corps. 
Left Mids. 1896. 

Selwyn College, Cambridge ; B. A. ; Assistant Master at 

Stone House, Broadstairs, Kent. 



Entries in January, 1893. 

*Ackland, Kenneth Bartrum; born 1880. Spear. 

Son of Charles Ackland, Stowford, Sutton, Surrey. Junior 
School— Mod. II B. Left Easter 1896. 

Formerly with firm of Chartered Accountants ; now Woollen 
Merchant. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. f Last address known to Editor. 



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*Ansell, Harry Clements; born 1879. Spear. 

Son of Edward Ansell, Rigby Hall, Brora sgrove. Mod. IV. 
— I. House Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and Football. 
Left Mids. 1898. 

Director of Ansell* s Brewery, Aston, Birmingham. 
f Parent's Address. 

Anwyl, Thomas Senhouse ; born 1878. Toppin. 

Son of Mrs. Anwyl, Penpompren, Glandovey, R. S. O., 
Wales. Mod. III. — II. Left Easter 1895. Parent's Address. 

i 

Bazeley, Francis Montague ; born 1879. House Scholar. Foster. 

Son of H. M. Bazeley, Belvoir, Bideford. Class. Shell A. 

— Lower Vlth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and 

Football. Died at School, March 9th, 1897. 

* Blakb, George Penderell ; born 1879. Minor Scholar. Lyon. 

Son of G. F. Blake, Bishopstone, King's Heath, Birmingham. 

Shell B. — Mathematical Sixth. Senior Chapel Prefect; 

Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; Ledbury 

> Cap ; Lieut, in Corps ; Dowdeswell Prize. Left Mids. 1898. 

Mathematical Scholar, Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A., 
Senior Opt., 1901 ; Assistant Master at Merchiston Castle 
School. Merchiston Castle, Edinburgh. 

Blandy, Graham James Duff; born 1879. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Graham Blandy, Harrington, Branksome Wood 
Road, Bournemouth. Class. Lower iVth — Upper Vth. 
Left Chr. 1897. Died Jan. 1900. 

* Bracken, Geoffrey Thomas Hirst ; born 1879. Faber. 

Senior Scholar. Son of T. H. Bracken, 98 Caledonian Road, 
Leeds. Class. Remove — Sixth. School Prefect; House 
Eleven Football; Greek Prose; Greek Verse. Lieut, in 
Corps. Left Mids. 1898. 
Classical Scholar, Oriel College, Oxford ; First Class Classical 
Mods., First Class Lit. Hum.; passed into Indian Civil 
Service 1902 ; Assistant Collector at Tinnevelly, South India. 

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Bramley-Moore, Alwyn ; born 1878. Minor Scholar. Toppin. 

Son of Rev. William Bramley-Moore, 26 Russell Square, 
London, W.C. Class. Lower Vth — Upper Vlth. School 
Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1895. 

Parent's Address. 

Browning, Clifford Sydney. Day Boy. 

Son of E. C. Browning, The Woodlands, Redditch. Junior 
School. Left Easter 1894. Died July 1903. 

Burningham, Henry Robert Nowell ; born 1878. Day Boy. 

Son of Major Burningham, Alton, Hants. Left Mids. 1893. 

Went to Felstead School ; served in the South African War 
with South African Constabulary ; received Medal with 
four Clasps; now Farming in Canada. Parent's Address. 

# Butler, Aubrey Isaac Rothwell ; born 1878. Huntington — House. 

Son of Isaac Butler, Panteg House, near Newport, Mon- 
mouth. Mod. II. — I. School Prefect; Second Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Chr. 1S96. 

Assistant Managing Director of Baldwin's Ltd., Monmouth- 
shire and Midland Branches. Parent's Address, 

Cardew, Sydney Robert ; born 1877. School House. 

Son of Colonel G. M. Cardew, 12 Victoria Terrace, Exeter. 
Mod. IV.— III. Left Mids. 1894. 

L.B. & S.C.R. Works, Brighton; Civil Engineer; now with 
Major P. Cardew & Sir W. Preece, Consulting Engineers, 
Westminster. 8 Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster. 

Cardew, Cornelius Seton ; born 1879. School House. 

Brother of above. Junior School — Hlrd. Left Mids. 1894. 

Parent's Address. 

* Carver, Harold Power ; born 1878. Toppin. 

Son of Benjamin Carver, Gibraltar. Class. Upper IVth 
— Mod. I. House Prefect; Second Eleven Cricket; House 
Eleven Football.. Left Mids. 1896. 

BShera Land Co., Alexandria, Egypt, 

• Member of Old Malvemian Society. ' 



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Cuva, Felix William. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. Clive, Combe Flovey, near Taunton. Mod. II. 
Left Chr. 1894. Dead. 

* Collett, Arthur Preston ; born 1880. School House. 

Son of C. Collett, Highclere, Torquay. Class. Upper IVth 
— -Vlth. School Prefect; House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1899. 
Queens' College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1902 ; Third Class Classical 
Tripos ; Indian Civil Service. 

cjo Messrs. Grindlay 6* Co. t Bombay. 

Cooke, Lionel Clement Hemery; born 1877. Huntington— House. 
Son of Henry Cooke, Kenwith Lodge, Durdham Down, 
Bristol. Army Side— Mod. II. House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Mids. 1894. 

19 Priory Mansions, Drayton Gardens, S. W. 

Cuninghame, Alan Rhodes ; born 1878. Toppin. 

Son of Mrs. Cuninghame, Bircher Knoll, Leominster. 
Mod. IV.— II A. First Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1896. 

Davidson, Duncan ; born 1880. School House. 

Son of Dr. Davidson, 15 Priory Row, Coventry. Class. 
Hlrd— Vth. Left Mids. 1897. 
B. N. C, Oxford ; served with 57th Company Imperial 
Yeomanry in the South African War ; now studying Medi- 
cine at the London. Hospital, E. Parent's Address. 

* Dawson, Ernest Alured, Rev. ; born 1879. Day Boy, 

Son of Dr. Dawson, Great Malvern. Class. Upper IVth — 
Vlth. School Prefect ; Champion Athlete ; Ledbury Cap ; 
Sub-Editor of Malvernian. Left Mids. 1898. 

Class. Scholar, Worcester College, Oxford ; Second Class 
Classical Mods., Second Class Lit. Hum. ; B.A. 1902; ordained 
1904 ; Curate of St. Saviour's, Poplar. 

St. Saviour's Vicarage, Arcadia Street, Poplar, E, 
* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Edwards, Frank ; born 1878. Swann. 

Son of Ellis Edwards, Beach Lawn, Waterloo, Liverpool. 
Mod. III. — II. Left Easter 1894. 

Surveyor in Canada. Parent's Address. 

* Ellis, Claud Edward Lumley ; born 1876. Day Boy. 

Son of George Ellis, Bello Sguardo, Malvern. Class. Shell. 
Left Chr. 1894. 
Chartered Accountant. 17 Telegraph Street, Moorgate Street, E.C. 

* Ellis, Rupert Lumley ; born 1880. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd — Upper IVth. Left 
Mids. 1896. P. O. Box 6140, Johannesburg, South Africa. 

*Farrell, James White; born 1879. Toppin. 

Son of T. Farrell, 153 Abbey Road, N.W. Junior School — 
Mod. II. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1897. 

The Grange, Kidderpore Avenue, N.W. 

Faskally, Percy Blake ; born 1880. Toppin. 

Son of G. B. Faskally, F.R.C.S., Umzimkulu, Africa. 
Army Side - Mod. II. School Prefect ; Ledbury Cap ; House 
Eleven Football ; Lieut, in Corps. Left Easter 1898. 

* Green, George Cecil Lewis Sangster ; born 1879. School Mouse. 

Son of G. S. Green, 11 Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, 
London. Mod. IV.^III. Left Mids. 1895. 

26 Fitxjohn's Avenue, London, N.W. 

Hewson, George Francis Fitzgerald ; born 1878. Foster. 

Son of George Hewson, Ennismore, Lis to well, Co. Kerry. 
Mod. IV. Left Mids. 1893. Parent's Address. 

* Hickman, Ralph Hodgson ; born 1878. House Scholar. Lyon. 

Son of Rev. W. R. Hickman, Over Glen, Liss, Hants. 
Class. Upper Vth — Vlth. School Prefect. Second Eleven 

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Cricket and Football; Lieut, in Corps; Lea Shakespeare 
(twice). Left Chr. 1896. 

Obtained a Classical Scholarship, Jesus College, Cambridge, 
but resigned it to study at the Royal Academy of Music; 
now Senior Assistant Master at 

Heddon Court, H amp stead, N. W. 

Jenkins, Robert Hinton. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. H. B. Jenkins, Holmesdale, Alexandra Road, 
Malvern. Class. Lower IVth— Mod. I B. Left Mids. 1895. 

Bredon House, Malvern Wells. 

Lamprey, Frederick William. Foster. 

Son of Surgeon-General Lamprey, 49 Clarendon Road, 
Southsea Class. Upper IVth. Left Easter 1894. 

•f Parent's Address. 

Lee, Maurice ; born 1878. Toppin. 

Son of John Livesey Lee, Chestnut House, Wakefield. 
Mod. III. — Lower Mod. I. Left Easter 1895. 

Parent's Address, 

Lings, Eric Massey ; born 1878. Toppin. 

Son of Mrs. Lings, 301 Upper Brook Street, Manchester. 
Class. Lower IVth— Shell. Left Easter 1896. 

^Parent's Address. 

Lockwood, Arthur George ; born 1877. Toppin. 

Son of Captain George Palmer Lockwood, Swanington, 

Weston-super-Mare. Mod. II. Shooting Eight. Left 

Easter 1895. Parent's Address. 

* Lous ad a, Claude ; born 1878. Faber. 

Son of H. G. Lousada, 27 Green Street, Grosvenor Square, 
W. Mod. III.— I B. Left Chr. 1896. Parents Addiess. 

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Lowsley, Sydney Evan ; born 1879. Swann. 

Son of Dr. Lowsley, 9 Eldon Square, Reading, Berks. 
Class. Illrd — Upper IVth. Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 
1896. Parent's Address. 

Lyons, Robert de Courcy, Capt. ; born 1878. Swann. 

Son of Alfred de Courcy Lyons, M.D., The Poplars, Wed- 
more, Somerset. Army Side. Left Mids. 1895. 

Captain 3rd Battalion Warwickshire Regiment. 

Parent's Address. 

Macalister, Angus Ion ; born 1879. Lyon — School House. 

Son of Robert Macalister, Hamslade, Bampton, N. Devon. 
Class. Illrd— Lower Vth. Left Easter 1897. 

Served in the South African War with Paget' s Horse, and was 
killed in action at Kaffirs Kraal, Oct. 24, 1900. 

Marshall. Ambrose. Faber. 

Son of George W. Marshall, Swinesfield Court, Weobley, 
R.S.O. Mod. III. Left Chr. 1894. Parent's Address. 

Meredith, Ralph Phineas, Rev. ; born 1878. Faber. 

Son of Rev. R. R. A. Meredith. Class. Upper IVth. House 
Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1896. 

Trinity College, Dublin ; B.A. 1900; Curate, Derry Cathedral, 

Londonderry, Ireland. 

* Neill, John ; born 1878. Spear. 

Son of A. M. Neill, Glenmay, Fallowfield, Manchester. 
Mod. II.— Lower Mod. I. Left Chr. 1895. Parent's Address. 

* Prince, Alick Lancelot ; born 1878. Topfrin. 

Son of Mrs. Prince, Cornwall House, Mount Avenue, Ealing. 
Class. Illrd— Lower Vth. Left Mids. 1896. 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge; 1st Battalion Manchester 
Regiment ; served in the South African War. 

Dunuood, Boyne Hill, Maidenhead. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Pullan, Ayrton George Popplewell ; born 1879. Toppin. 

Senior Scholar. Son of Colonel A. Pullan, Bengal Staff 
Corps. Class. Lower Vth — Vlth. School Prefect; Second 
Eleven Cricket ; Martin History Prize ; Editor of Malvernian. 
Left Chr. 1897. 

Classical Scholar, Trinity College, Oxford ; First Class Classical 
Mods., Second Class Lit. Hum., B.A. 1901 ; passed seventh 
■ in Indian and Home Civil Service ; Assistant Magistrate and 
Collector in the United Provinces 1903. 

c\o Messrs. King, King. & Co., Bombay. 

Roberts, Frederic Emilius ; born 1878. Foster. 

Son of Dr. Charles Roberts, Dragonfield, Uxbridge. Class. 
Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1894. 
London and River Plate Bank. 

Rosario de S F4, Argentine Republic. 

Robinson, William Arthur Baker ; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of W. Robinson, La Cerveceria Rio, Segundo, F. C. 
Carril, Argentina. Mod. I. Left Mids. 1895. 

Parent* s Address. 

Smith, Francis George ; born 1876. Lyon. 

Son of G. F. Smith, 155 Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. 
Mod. IV.— I. School Prefect. Left Chr. 1895. 

Parent* s Address. 

* Smith, Harold Meredith ; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of H. S. Smith, Elland Lodge, Wimbledon. Class. 
Shell B — Remove. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1896. 

A ddington , Wimbledon . 

*Spbar, Arthur Bayfield ; born 1881. Spear. 

Son of Rev. T. Spear, 3 College Grounds, Malvern. Class. 
Junior School — Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1897. 

Farming in Argentine Republic. Parent's Address. 

Wadlow, Harold, Capt. ; born 1879. Spear. 

Son of E. C. Wadlow, Stanton Hill, Shifnal, Salop. Class. 
Lower IVth — Army Side. House Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1897. 

Captain R.A. 1904; served in the South African War (two 
Medals) . Parent's A ddress. 

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* Walker-Jones, Francis Wynne; born 1877. Toppin. 

Son of F. A. Walker-Jones, Green's Park, Chester. Army 
Side. Left Easter 1895. Manor House, Burton^ Westmorland. 

Warrington-Morris, Walter Duncan ; born 1879. Swann. 

Son of Mrs. Warrington-Morris, Alverstoke, Hants. Mod. 
II. — Army Side. School Prefect; House Eleven Football; 
Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1897. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; Lieutenant R. G. A. ; serving with Native 
Mountain Battery in India; took detachment of R.G. A. to 
Australia and New Zealand for the opening of Common- 
wealth of Australia, Jan. 1st, 1901. 

24 Hatara Mountain Battery (Frontier Force), Nowshera, India. 

* Warwick, Henry Branston, Capt. Lyon. 

Son of William Deeping Warwick, Balderton Hall, Newark. 
Army Side— Class. Shell. Left Mids. 1894. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; Captain Northumberland Fusi- 
liers ; served in the South African War. Parent's Address- 

West, John ; born 1879. Day Boy. 

Son of John West, Hale. Class. Lower IVth— Mod. II. 
Left Mids. 1897. 

* White, Montague Middlecott ; born 1878. Faber. 

Son of J. S. White, St. Margaret's, Weybridge. Class. IHrd 
— Middle Vth. School Prefect; First Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1897. 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; Solicitor. 

32 Montpellier Terrace, Cheltenham, 

* White, William Nicholas; born 1879. Faber. 

Son of W. N. White. Mod. IV.— I. School Prefect ; First 
Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; Chance Prize. Left 
Mids. 1897. 
Army Service Corps. 6 Albert Road, St. John's, S.E. 

*Wilbraham, Maurice Venables ; born 1878. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. M. J. Wilbraham, Overdale, North wich, 
Cheshire. Mod. II. — I. House Prefect; Chance Prize. 
Left Mids. 1896. Sunnybrae, Barringham Road, Altrincham* 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Winnett, Howard ; born 1878. Toppin. 

Son of H. S. Winnett, Forest Hill, S.E. Class. Illrd— 
Lower Vth. House Prefect; Gymnasium Team. Left 
Mids. 1895. 

Solicitor. Grave send, Kent. 

Yates, Robert Charles Bryan; born 1878. House Scholar. Lyon. 
Son of Mrs. Yates, 7 Prestonville Road, Brighton. Army 
Side. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 
1894. ^Parent's Address. 



Entries in May, 1893. 

Angell, Hugh William Cumming ; born 1878. Lyon. 

Son of. J. B. O. Angell, Rumsey House, Calne, Wilts. Mod. 
IV. Left Easter 1896. Parent's Address. 

Angell, Harry John Gordon ; born 1880. Lyon. 

Brother of above, Junior School — Lower Mod. II. Left 
Mids. 1898. Parent's Address. 

Appleton, Harold Spencer ; born 1879. Faber. 

Son of W. K. Appleton, Haslemere, Sutton, Surrey. Class. 
Lower I Vth — Lower Mod. II. Left Mids. 1897. 

Parent's Address. 

Bar well, Cecil Edward ; born 1878. Faber. 

Son of Edward Barwell (O.M.), Ardgowan, Richmond Hill, 
Edgbaston. Mod. III.— Lower Mod. II. Left Chr. 1895. 

Parent's Address. 

Bliss, John Sidney ; born 1878. Swann. 

Son of W. Bliss, Chipping Norton, Oxford. Mod. II. — I. 
Left Chr. 1895. f Parent's Address. 

Broughall, William Bassnett. Spear. 

Son of W. Broughall, Hindford Grange, Oswestry. Mod. IV. 
— Lower Mod. I. House Prefect; First Eleven Football; 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1894. 

Banker. Adderley Bank, Wrexham. 

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* Butler, Joseph Henry ; born 1878. Toppin. 

Son of W. H. Butler, Summerhill House, St. George, 
Bristol. Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. Shooting Eight. Left 
Chr. 1894. 

Served with Imperial Yeomanry in the South African War. 

Parent's Address. 

* Carr, Arthur Bentley ; born 1879. Toppin. 

Son of R. B. Carr, Cold Springs, Buxton. Class. Hlrd — 
Lower Mod. I. Left Chr. 1896. Parent's Address. 

* Cope-Proctor. Thomas Proctor; born 1878. Foster. 

Son of C. W. Cope-Proctor, The Arches, Clevedon, Somerset. 
Class. Lower IVth— Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1897. 

Clerk in Birmingham District and Counties' Banking Company. 

George House, Hay, Hereford. 

*Corbett, Reginald; born 1879. Toppin. 

Son of Rev. E. B. Corbett. Mod. III.— Lower Mod. I. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Chr. 1897. 
Represented England v. Wales, Association Football, 1903 ; 
Assistant Master at 

Durn/ord House, Langton Matt avers, War eh am. 

Dent, Hugh Frankland ; born 1878. House. 

Son of J. H. Dent, 30 Augustus Road, Edgbaston. Class. 
Lower IVth — Lower Mod. I. Left Chr. 1894. 

Parent's Address. 

Eliot, Nevile ; born 1880. Day Roy. 

Son of Sir John Eliot, Meteorological Office, Calcutta, India. 
Junior School — Army Side. Left Chr. 1897. 
R. M. A., Woolwich ; Lieut. R. G. A. Quettah, Bombay. 

* Ellison, Francis Beaumont ; born 1876. Toppin. 

Son of F. B. Ellison, Ingleside, Birkenshaw, near Leeds. 
Mod. II. — I. House Prefect; Second Eleven Cricket; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1894. 

Architect. Bragleenbig, Kilninver, Oban. 

* Member of Old Malvemian Society. 



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Fuller, John Frederic Charles ; born 1878. Foster. 

Son of Rev. Alfred Fuller, The Lodge, 7 Sydenham Hill, 
London, S.E. Army Side. Left Mids. 1895. 

Parent* s Address. 

* Gilpin, Hubert Arthur; born 1879. House. 

Son of Captain N. Gilpin, 10 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. Class. 
Lower IVth— Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1896. 

Stock Exchange. Parent's Address. 

Haslam, Wilfred Graham ; born 1877. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. Haslam, 39 Chaucer Road, Bedford. Mod. II. 
— I. House Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; House 
Eleven Cricket ; Senior Gymnasium. Left Easter 1895. 

Parent's Address. 

Hawley, Michael Charles. Foster. 

Son of H. Hawley, Tumby, Boston. Class. Lower IVth. 
Left Chr. 1894. 

Served with the King's Royal Rifles in the South African War. 

Parent's Address. 

Jenkin, N. W. 

Lane, Newton Frederic Seymour ; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of Colonel C. M. Lane, Rycote, Milverton Hill, 
Leamington. Class. Illrd— Mod. III. Left Easter 1897. 

Served with Pagefs Horse in the South African War. 

it Lord, Frank Elliott ; born 1878. Spear. 

Son of G. Lord, Booth Hall, Knutsford, Cheshire. Mod. 
IV. — II. Left Easter 1897. Parent's Address. 

Metcalfe, Francis Edward ; born 1878. House. 

Son of Francis Metcalfe, Metcalfe Park, Enfield, Ireland. 
Mod. II. — Army Side. House Prefect ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1895. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Norbury, Brewster; born 1879. House, 

Son of Willoughby Norbury, Wilmcote Hill, Stratford-on- 
Avon. Class. Hlrd— Mod. I. Left Mids. 1897. 

Oriel College, Oxford ; B.A. 1903 ; Farming. Parent's Address. 

Phelips, Gerald Edward Farquharson ; born 1878. Foster. 

Son of W. Douglas Phelips, Little Boston, Brentford. 
Mod. III. — I. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1895. 

•f Parent's Address. 

Phillips, John Henry ; born 1878. Day Boy, 

Son of T. H. Phillips, South Lawn, Malvern. Mod. IV.— I. 
House Prefect ; Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1895. 

Accountant in Birmingham. Parent's Address. 

Porch, Reginald Colmore ; born 1876. School House. 

Son of J. A. Porch, Edgarley House, Glastonbury. Mod. III. 
— Lower Mod. II. Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1895. 
North-West Mounted Police, Canada ; Ranching and Cattle 
Dealing. Edgarley House, Glastonbury. 

Porter, Herbert ; born 1880. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. J. R. Porter, 10 Vanbrugh Park, Blackheath, S.E. 
Class. Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1893. 

Went to Tonbridge. Parent's Address. 

Porter, Robert Howie; born 1881. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Class. Hlrd. Left Chr. 1893. 

Went to Tonbridge. Parent's Address. 

* Reid, Walter Richard ; born 1880. Swann. 

Son of Inspector-General W. Reid, M.D., R.N., Ivanhoe, 
North Terrace, Alverstoke, Gosport. Mod. HI.— I. School 
Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1897. 

R. F. A. c\o Messrs. Cox <S» Co., 16 Charing Cross, S.W. 

Riddle, Henry Alfred. Faber 

Mod. IV. Left Mids. 1895. 

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* Robson, Andrew Barrett Uphill ; born 1879. School Home. 

Son of Thomas Robson, Hampstead. Mod. IV. — Lower 
Mod. I. School Prefect ; Gymnasium Team. Left Chr. 1898. 

Oak Cottage, Lake Avenue, Bromley. 

*Savile, Hugh Osborne; born 1876. House. 

Son of Colonel Savile, C.B., 4 Rodney Place, Clifton, 
Bristol. Mod. II— Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1894. 
Civil Engineer; Served in the South African War as Capt. 
Volunteer Relief Draft, 1901-02 ; now working with the 
C. M. S., Uganda. Parent's Address. 

* Wadham, Gerald Douglas ; born 1879 School House. 

Son of Edward Wadham, Millwood, Dalton-in-Furness, 
Lancashire. Mod. III.— I. House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1898. 

Hon. Capt. 1st V. B., The King's Own (R. Lancaster Regiment). 

Millwood, Furness Abbey. 

* Watson, George Herbert; born 1879. Toppin. 

Son of George Newby Watson, Grantly, Darlington. Class. 
Hlrd— Mod. I. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1896. 

Incorporated Law Society Honours 1902 ; Solicitor. 

Parent's Address, 

White, Ralph Kuper. Left 1894. ^ dV B°y- 



* Wilton, Charles Hugo; born 1881. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Wilton, 12 John Street, Berkeley Square, 
London, W. Class. Hlrd— Mod. III. Left Mids. 1897. 

Parent's Address. 

Wright, Horace Lakin ; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of Rev. C. H. L. Wright, Chaplain, St. John's, Secun- 
derabad, India. Class. Lower IVth — Middle Vth. Left 
Mids. 1897. Berhampore, South India. 

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Entries in September, 1893. 

* Appleton, Francis Cass ; born 1879. House. 

Son of Henry Apple ton, Rawdon Hill, Arthington, Leeds. 
Class. Illrd— Shell. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; 
House Eleven Cricket ; Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1897. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; Civil Engineer ; A. M. Inst. C. E. 

Parent's Address. 

Barnett, Herbert Charles de Barry ; born 1879. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Barnett, Lees ton, Malvern. Mod. IV. — Army 
Side. Left 1895. Died 1899. 

* Bassktt, John Retallack ; born 1878. Minor Scholar. House. 

Son of Frederick Bassett, The Knolls, Leighton Buzzard, 
Bedfordshire. Class. Lower Vth — Army Side. School 
Prefect; First Eleven Football (capt.)t House Eleven 
Cricket ; Ledbury Cap ; Lieut, in Corps. Left Chr. 1896. 

R. M. C. Sandhurst ; Royal Berks Regiment ; served in the 
South African War. 

c/o Messrs. Cox <5* Co., 16 Charing Cross, S.W. 

Beamish, Walter Strickland ; born 1879. Lyon. 

Son of F. Beamish, 3 Downfield Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Class. Lower I Vth — Shell. Left Mids. 1894. 

Went to Clifton College. \ Parent's Address. 

Bidwell, Alexander. School House. 

Son of Charles Bidwell, Ely. Class. Illrd— Upper I Vth. 
Died at School, March 1894. 

Blake, Geoffrey Keith ; born 1878. Toppin. 

Son of A. P. Blake, Newlyn, Weybridge, Surrey. Class. 
Lower IVth— Mod. II. Left Easter 1898. 

Parent's Address 

Bradwbll, John Daniel Love. Spear. 

. Mod. III. Left Mids. 1894. 

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*Briggs, George Clark ; born 1878. Spear. 

Son of Francis Briggs, Huntington, near Haddington. 
Mod. II.— Upper Mod. I. House Prefect; House Eleven 
Football; Shooting Eight ; Ledbury Cap. Left Mids. 1896. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; Royal Scots Fusiliers ; served in 
the South African War. 4 Chester Street, Edinburgh. 

* Caddy, John ; born 1878. Lyon. 

Son of H. Caddy, Ruskinville, Dalton-in-Furness. Class. 
Upper IVth— Vth. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1897. 

Served in the South African War, King's Own Royal Lancaster 
Regiment, 1900-1902. Parent's Address. 

Carson, William Henry ; born 1880. House. 

Son of E. Carson, K.C., M.P., 39 Rutland Gate, S.W. 
Class. Junior School— Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1896. 

Cape Mounted Police. Parent's Address. 

Cockburn, John Edward Harrison, Capt. ; born 1879. Lyon. 

Son of Major-General Cockburn, 3 Lauriston Place, Dover. 
Army Side. Left Mids. 1896. 

Capt. R. G. A. Parent's Address. 

* Collins, Bernard Abdy ; born 1880. House Scholar. Faber. 

Son of Henry Abdy Collins, The Chantry, Saxmundham, 
Suffolk. Class. Shell— Upper Vlth. School Prefect ; First 
Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football ; Ingleby Prize ; 
English Essay ; Latin Prose. Left Mids. 1899. 

Classical Scholar, Brasenose College, Oxford; Second Class 
Classical Mods, and Lit. Hum. ; Indian Civil Service. 

Parent's Address. 

* Costley- White, Harold, Rev. ; born 1878. House. 

Senior Scholar. Son of R. W. Costley-White, Beverley, 
Penarth. Class. Remove — Upper Vlth. Senior Chapel 
Prefect ; Greek Verse ; Latin Prose ; English Verse ; Greek 

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Prose ; Ingleby Prize ; Beau champ Divinity Prize ; Presi- 
dent of Debating Society ; Leaving Exhibition.. Left Mids. 
1897. 
Classical Scholar. Balliol College, Oxford ; First Class 
Classical Mods. ; Goldsmith Exhibition ; Second Class Lit. 
Hum. ; B.A. 1901 ; ordained 1902 ; Assistant Master at 
Sherborne 1901-03 ; since at Rugby School. Rugby School. 

* Cowell, Hubert Russell ; born 1877. House Scholar. Lyon. 

Son of Albert Cowell, Broomfield, Kidderminster. Shell — 
Mathematical Sixth . School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; 
Dowdeswell Prize. Left Mids. 1896. 

Mathematical Scholar, Clare College, Cambridge; B.A. (35th 
Wrangler) 1899; Home Civil Service 1901. 

Colonial Office, S. W. 

Crossley, Alwyne Ainsworth. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. Crossley. Junior School. Left Chr. 1894. 

Landford House, Salisbury. 

*Day, Samuel Hulme ; born 1878. Lyon. 

Son of Sydney T. Day, Kidbrook Park Road, Blackheath, 
SE. Class. Upper IVth — Lower Vlth. Junior Chapel 
Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket and Football ; School Rac- 
quets and Fives Pair. Left Mids. 1898. 

Queens' College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1902 ; played Cricket and 
Football for Cambridge v. Oxford ; Assistant Master at 
Westminster School. Parent's Address. 

* Denham-White, Arthur ; born 1879. House. 

Son of C. H. White, Highbury New Park, London, N. 
Class. Shell — Remove. House Prefect. Left Chr. 1896. 

1 Buckingham Mansions, W. H amp stead. 

Eliot, John Armstrong Blandford ; born 1878. Day Boy. 

Son of Sir John Eliot, Meteorological Office, Calcutta. Class. 
Upper IVth— Mod. I. Left Mids. 1896. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Firth, Francis Spencer ; born 1879. Faber. 

Son of General Firth, East India United Service Club. 
St. James's Square. Army Side. Left Easter 1895. 

East Kent Regiment ; served in the South African War, and 
died of wounds in Bloemfontein Hospital. 

Fox, Cecil Croker ; born 1879. House. 

Son of G. C. Fox, Penjerrick, Falmouth. Class. Hlrd — 
Shell. Left Mids. 1895. 

Architect. Parent's Address. 

* Fulton, Leonard Jessopp ; born 1879. Swarm. 

Son of Sir Forrest Fulton, K.C., 27 Queen's Gardens, 
Lancaster Gate, W. Class. Upper IVth — Lower Vlth. 
Left Mids. 1897. 

New College, Oxford ; B.A., B C.L., 1904 ; Solicitor. 

18 West Street, Hertford. 

* Fulton, Eustace Cecil ; born 1880. Swann. 

Brother of above. Class. Hlrd— Shell. Left Chr. 1895. 

Christ's College, Cambridge; B. A. 1900; Barrister-at-Law 
(Middle Temple). 2 £55^ Court, Temple. 

Godfrey, Arthur Montague. Spear. 

Son of F. W. Godfrey, Church Street, Tewkesbury. Died 
at School, 1894. 

Green, William. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. Green, Bromsgrove. Mod. III. Left Mids. 1894. 

cjo of H. Barrett, Esq., The Lilies, Bromsgrove. 

tt Grossmith, Stanley ; born 1879. Spear. 

Son of J. L. Grossmith, Shortlands, Kent. Mod. II.— Lower 
Mod. I. Left Easter 1896. f Parent's Address. 

Hassard (formerly Short), Digby Valentine; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of Edward Hassard Short, Calcot Park, Reading. Class. 

Lower IVth — Remove. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket ; Racquets Pair. Left Easter 1897. 

Parliamentary Secretary to Hon. Ivor Guest (Member for 
Plymouth). 51 Ebury Street, S.W. 

• Member of Old Mnlvernian Society. + Last address known to Editor. 



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Heanley, Robert Edward Mackenzie ; born 1879. Lyon. 

Son of Rev. R. M. Heanley, Weyhill Rectory, Andover. 
Class. Lower IVth— Shell. School Prefect ; Second Eleven 
Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; Ledbury Cap. Left 
Easter 1898. Parent* s Address. 

Heath, Malcolm Richard ; born 1882. Spear. 

Son of Dr. Heath, 39 Warrior Square, St. Leonard's. Class. 
Junior School — Upper Vth. Left Mids. 1896. 

Downton Agricultural College. Runnymeade, Estcourt, Natal 

Henderson, Henry May ; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of Captain Henderson, R.N., Red House, Tenby. Army 
Side. Left Mids. 1895. 

Lieutenant R.E. ; served in the South African War 1901-02. 

United Service Club, Pall Mall. 

Hitchings, Richard Valentine ; born 1879. Swann. 

Son of Mrs. Hitchings, Prestonbury, Bromley, Kent. 
Mod. III. — Mod. I. Left Mids. 1897. ^Parent's Address. 

# Hodges, Harold Winter ; born 1879. House Scholar. Spear. 
Son of John Caleb Hodges, Long Eaton, Nottingham. Class. 
Lower Vth — Vlth. School Prefect; Forty Cap Cricket; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1898. 

Exhibitioner, Lincoln College, Oxford; B.A. 1902 (Second 
Class Final History) ; Assistant Master at Heath Mount 
School, Hampstead. Parent's Address. 

Hughes, Edmund Octavius ; born 1879. Minor Scholar. Lyon. 

Son of Richard Hughes, 36 Sillwood Road, Brighton. Class. 

Lower IVth — Remove. House Cricket Eleven. Left 

Mids. 1895. 

M.R.C.S , L.R.C.P. (London), 1902. Craigh, Lough ton, Essex. 

Hutchings, William Fairfax. Spear. 

Son of W. Hutchings, Springfield, Stratford-on-Avon. Left 
Easter 1894. \Paren?s Address. 

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Kentish, Leonard William; born 1879. Spear. 

Son of G. Kentish, 34 Barkston Gardens, South Kensington. 
Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1898. 

7th Royal Fusiliers; served with Mounted Infantry in the 
South African War (Queen's Medal with four Clasps). 

c/o Messrs. Cox &» Co., Charing Cross, W. 

Macgregor, Alexander Ronald ; born 1 878. Foster, 

Son of Rear-Admiral Sir Malcolm Macgregor of Macgregor, 
Bart., R.N. Mod. III. Left Mids. 1895. 

Edinchip, Loch Earn Head % Scotland. 

*Macpherson, Duncan Gordon, Rev. ; born 1879. House. 

Son of John Macpherson, New University Club, St. James 
Street, London. Mod. IV. — Class. Upper IVth. Left 
Chf. 1895. 

Caius College, Cambridge ; B. A. 1901 ; Wells Theological 
College ; ordained 1903 ; Assistant Missioner at Caius College 
Mission, Battersea. Caius House, Battersea Square, S. W. 

Moon, Mom Rajawongse ; born 1879. Spear. 

Son of Mom Chow Djan, Siam. Mod. III. — Army Side. 
Second Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1897. 

Parent's Address. 

* Murray, Leslie McKenzie; born 1880. Toppin. 

Son of William Murray, 2 Gresham Buildings, Basinghall 
Street, E.C. Class. Junior School — Upper IV. Left 
Mids. 1898. Parent's Address. 

Orgill, Francis Tyrrell, Capt. ; born 1879. Minor Scholar. Faber. 
Son of Rev. V. T. T. Orgill, Cleeland House, Ludlow. 
Class Shell— Upper Vth. Left Easter 1895. 

Capt. R. A., Sierra Leone. 14 Burlington Street, Bath. 

Palmer, Cadwallader Edward ; born 1881. Foster. 

Son of Cadwallader Edward Palmer, Admiralty House. 
Bombay. Army Side. Left Mids, 1896. Parent's Address, 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
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* Paterson, ArthurWilliam Sibbald, Capt. ; born 1878. SckoolHcuse. 

Son of Major-General Paterson, 25 South Road, Weston- 
super-Mare. Army Side. School Prefect ; Second Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1896. 

R. M.C., Sandhurst; Capt. Somerset Light Infantry; served 
in the South African War. Parent's Address. 

Pearson, Frank Hetley. Spear. 

Son of A. H. Pearson, Manor House, Chilwell, Notts. Died 
at School, March 28th, 1895. 

Peatfield, Charles Dickens. Lyon. 

Son of T. J. Peatfield, Cragmore, Queen's Road, Cheltenham. 
Left Chr. 1894. Parent's Address. 

#Pemberton, Thomas Eben ; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of T. Edgar Pemberton. Pye Corner, Broadway, Wor- 
cestershire. Class. Shell — Upper Vth. Left Mids. 1896. 

Parent's Address. 

Philips, Arthur Percy Channell, Lyon. 

Son of Rev. G. Philips, 1 Zion Hill Place, Bath. Army 
Side. Left Mids. 1895. Parent's Address. 

* Prince, Robert ; born 1880. Toppin. 

Son of Mrs. Prince, Cornwall House, Ealing, Army Side. 
School Prefect. Left Chr. 1897. 

Liverpool Regiment ; served in the South African War. 

Dunwood, Boyne Hill, Maidenhead. 

Richardson, Felix Gabriel. Lyon. 

Son of J. W. Richardson, Wingrove House, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. Died at School, July 1894. 

* RosS, Donald Brackenbury ; born 1882. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Ross, Tedstone, Orchard Road, Malvern. 
Class. IHrd— Lower Vth. Left Easter 1897. 

R. M.C., Sandhurst; passed out 1st with honours, obtaining 
the gold medal and sword; 24th Regiment (South Wales 
Borderers), March 1902; 19th Punjab Infantry, 1903; served 
with the Sikkim-Tibet Mission 1904. 

cjo Mrs. Baillie, Tedding ton. 

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* Scott, Frank; born 1878. Foster— Safisduty. 

Son of John D. Scott, The Cottage, Ben well, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, Udod. III.— Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1897. 

Parent's Address. 

Shb*pard, William Thomson. Swann. 

Son of W. P. Sheppard, Ravenstone, near Ashby-de-la- 
Zouch. Class. Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1895. 

Parent's Address. 

# Simmons, James William ; born 1877. House Scholar. Faber. 

Son of W. H. H. Simmons, 2 Dalmeny Road, London, N. 
Class. Shell— Math. Vlth. School Prefect; House Eleven 
Cricket; Second Eleven Football; Mathematical Scholar, 
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge; and Exhibitioner, 
Worcester College, Oxford. Left Mids. 1896. 

Unattached Student, Oxford University; 3rd Class. Math. 
(Honours); Cadet, Negri Sembilan, F.M.S., 1900; Magis- 
trate and Acting Inspector of Schools, 

Serembatt, Negri Sembilan, Federated Malay Straits. 

*Smallhorn, Cyril Aubrey; born 1878. Lyon. 

Son of Thomas Smallhorn, M.D., Eynsham, Oxford. Class. 
Shell— Lower Sixth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket 
and Football. Left Mids. 1897. 

Wadham College, Oxford; B.A. 1901 ; Medical Student at 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital, E.C. Parent's Address. 

*Spaight, Thomas Henry Limrick ; born 1879. Lyon. 

Son of Colonel William Fitzhenry Spaight, R.E.,. Union 
Hall, Leap, Co. Cork. Army Side. School Prefect. Left 
Mids. 1897. 

- R. M. A., Woolwich ; R. E. Parent's Address. 

*Stopher, William ; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of William Stopher, Bellagio, East Grinstead, Sussex. 
Mod. III.— I. First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1897. 

Monk wood, Kentey, Surrey. 

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$tubbs, William Morris West ; born 1880. . . F*ber. 

Son of William Stubbs, The Laurels, Old London Road. 
Hastings. Junior Schools-Mod. II. Left Easter 1898. 
- - • Parent* s Address 

* Taylor, Arthur Edgar ; born 1878. Lyon. 

' Son of James D. Taylor, Blair Athole. Bath. Mod. IIL— 
Lower Mod. I. Left MSds. 1897. . Parent's Address. 

* Taylor, Stuart Hopcraft Stanley; born 1879. Fdber. 

Son of Rev. F. S. Taylor, Littleton Vicarage, Evesham. 
Class. Lower IVth—Vth. Left Mids. 1897. 

Caius College, Cambridge; B.A. 1900; Edinburgh University, 
M.B. 1904. 2 Cotswold Lawn, Painswick Road, Cheltenham. 

*Teum, Surawongse, Capt;.; born 1881. • Foster. 

Son of Major-General Phraja Siharaj Dejo, Bangkok, Siam. 
Mod. Junior School — Army Side. Gymnasium Six. Left 
Easter 1898. 

Capt. on the General Staff, Royal Siamese Army. 

Bangkok, Siam. 

*Tillard, Elliot Dowell; born 1880. House Scholar. Swann. 
Son of Charles Tillard, Christ owe; Cheltenham. Army Side. 
House Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1897. 
R. M. A., Woolwich ; RE. ; served with the Somaliland Field 
Force 1903-4. ' yd Sappers and Miners, Kirkee, India. 

*Tindall, Christian; born 1878. House. 

Son of John Tindall, Beech House, Leighton Buzzard, 
Bedfordshire. Cfass. Lower Vth—Vlth. School Prefect; 
Second Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Easter 1897. 

Indian Civil Service. Sidmouth, South Devon. 

TrSVjjlyan, George Hamilton ; born 1879. - School House. 

Son of George Trevelyan, Riverside, California, U.S.A. 
Mod. III.— I. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First 
Eleven Football; Ledbury Cap; Lieut, in Corps. Left 
Easter 1898. 

College of Medicine, University of S. California. 

Parent's Address. 
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*Wadlow, Percy Noel; born 1 88 1. Minor Scholar. Spear. 

Son of £. C. Wadlow, Stanton Hill, Sh if nail, Shropshire. 
Class. Lower IVth— Sixth. House Prefect; First Eleven 
Cricket ; Second Eleven Football ; Lea Shakespeare Prize. 
Left Mids. 1899. 
Class. Scholar, Magdalene College, Cambridge. 

Badger, near Wolverhampton, 

* Watson, Lawrence Cecil; born 1880. Toppin. 

Son of George Newby Watson, Grantly, Darlington. Class. 
Illrd— Middle Vth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1898. 

Solicitor. Parent's Address. 

* Whitfield, Allan Bertrand; born 1878. Swann. 

Son of Allan Whitfield, West Grove, Farquhar Road, 
Edgbaston. Class. Upper IVth— Upper Vth. First Eleven 
Football; House Eleven Cricket; Shooting Eight. Left 
Chr. 1895. 

Solicitor. Parent's Address. 

* Wilkinson, Agmond Edward; born 1882. School House. 

Son of T. L.Wilkinson, 11 Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 
Class. Junior School — Lower Vth. Left Mids. 1899. 

King's College, London ; Reading for Holy Orders ; in resi- 
dence at the School Mission, Canning Town, 1900-1904. 

63 Har court Terrace, S. W. 

* Williams, Geoffrey Bridgewater ; born 1880. Spear. 

Foundation Scholar. Son of C. B. Williams, 4 Chislehurst 
Road, Richmond, Surrey. Class. Upper Vth— Upper Vlth. 
School Prefect ; Lea Shakespeare Prize ; Foley French 
Prize ; Editor of Malvernian. Left Mids. 1898. 

Classical Scholar, Christ Church, Oxford ; Second Class Hon. 
Mods., Third Class Lit. Hum. ; 1st Class Solicitor's Inter- 
mediate Exam. 1904. Par in? s Address. 

Wilson, Geoffrey Edward Holt ; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of Lieut. -Colonel Edward Hales Wilson, 34th Punjab 
Pioneers, Punjab, India. Army Side. Left Chr. 1895. 
Indian Army. Stoneleigh % Warminster % Wilts. 

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Winstan^ey, Charles William; born 1878. Minor Scholar. Foster. 
Son of William James Winstanley, 60 Avonmore Road, 
W.Kensington. Class. Shell— Lower Vlth. House Prefect. 
Left Chr. 1896. 

In Insurance Office. Parent's Address. 

Wright, Archibald (formerly J. T. N) ; born 1879. Swann. 

Son of J. R. Wright, Wauchope, Hawich, Scotland. Class. 
Lower IVth— Mod. II. House Prefect Left Mids. 1898. 

Served in the South African War, with 4th Yorks. Regiment ; 
now Lieut. 4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards. 

Parent's Address. 

Wtatt, Edward Warren Nevile ; born 1879. House Scholar. Toppi*. 
Son of George N. Wyatt, 15 Lan gnome Gardens, Folkestone. 
Class. Vth-VIth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1898. 

Malay Straits Civil Service. Parent* s Address. 

Young, James, House. 

Son of J. Young, 2 Montague Terrace, Kelvinside, Glasgow. 
Mod. II. Left Mids. 1895. Parent's Address. 



Entries in January, 1894. 

# Appleton, Edward Langdale ; born 1878. Foster. 

Son of Henry Appleton, Rawdon Hill, Arthington, Leeds. 
Class. Lower IVth — Middle Vth. School Prefect ; First 
Eleven Football ; Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1897. 
Clare College, Cambridge; B.A. 1898 ; Land Agent. 

Parenfs Address. 

* Appleton, Alfred James ; born 1881. Foster. 

Brother of above. Class. IHrd — Middle Vth. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1899. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1902 ; articled to Solicitor. 

Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Bedford, John ; born 1881. Foster. 

Son of H. H. Bedford, Park Lane, Sheffield. Mod. IV.— II. 
Left Chr. 1896. 

* Brookes, Charles Basil ; born 1880. School House. 

Son of Rev. Charles Brookes, St. Sepulchre's Vicarage, 
Northampton. Class. Lower IVth— Remove. Left Mids. 1898. 

Keble College, Oxford ; B.A. 1901 ; Assistant Master at 

Grosvenor School, Nottingham. 

* Burbidge, Thomas Sidney ; born 1880. School House. 

Son of T. Burbidge, Darlaston House, Warwick Road, 
Coventry. , Mod. IV.— II. Left Mids. 1896. 
Journalist. Parent's Address. 

* CLark, Percy George ; born 1878. Foster. 

Son of John Badger Clark, Chigwell Row, Essex. Lower 
Mod. I. — Upper Mod. I . Left Chr. 1895. Parent's Address. 

*Dorman, Leslie Claud; born 1879. School House. 

Son of A. M. Dorman, 10 Manor Road, Folkestone. Class. 
Lower IVth— Army Side. Left Mids. 1898. 

2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment ; served in the South 
African War (mentioned in despatches) 1901. Parent's Address. 

Farrant, John ; born 1880. Lyon. 

Son of Samuel Farrant, M.D., North Street House, Taun- 
ton. Class. Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1897. 

Served with Imperial Yeomanry in South African War. 

Parent's Address. 

* Greatrex, Bernard Kingsley ; born 1879. Swann. 

Son of A. C. Greatrex, The Wick, Richmond Hill, Surrey. 
Mod. IV.— III. House Football Eleven. Left Chr. 1895. 

c/o C. Greatrex &> Sons, Merchant Shippers, Walsall, 

* Griffiths, Evan John ; born 1878. School House. 

Son of H. J. Griffiths, 20 Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hampstead. 
Mod. IV.— II. Left Chr. 1895. 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Parent's Address, 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Huth, Percival Cuthbert ; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of Percival Huth, Freshford Manor, Freshford, Bath. 
Army Side. Left Mids. 1894. 
3rd Battalion Shropshire Light Infantry ; Special Service on 
West Coast of Africa ; South African War 1900 ; wounded 
near Boshof ; received the D.S.O. Parent's Address. 

King, Alexander Edward ; born 1880. School House. 

Son of Rev. F. King, South Molton. Army Side. Left 
Easter 1895. 
R. G. A. c\o Cox <S» Co. % 16 Charing Cross, S. W. 

Lavelle, Selwyn Phillips James ; born 1879. School House. 

Son of James Peglar Lavelle, Royston Villa, Asbby Road, 
Burton-on-Trent. Mod. IV.— Lower Mod. II. Left Chr. 
1895. Parent's Address. 

Leith, Alexander Robert. Day Boy. 

Son of Major Leith, Petmathen, Oyne, Aberdeenshire. 
Mod. IV. Left Easter 1894. 

The King's Royal Rifles. Parent's Address. 

* Lovett, Beresford T. ; born 1880. Toppin. 

Care of P. C. E. Lovett, The Cottage, Soulbury, Leighton 
Buzzard, Bucks. Class. Junior School— Lower IVth. Left 
Mids. 1896. Guardian's Address* 

Macalister, Dergald Keith ; born 1880. School House. 

Son of Robert Macalister, Hamplade, Bampton, N. Devon. 
Class. Lower IVth — Lower Vth. House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Mids. 1897. Parent's Address. 

*Morphew, Harold; born 1880. Swann. 

Son of Edward Standon Morphew, Rhiwlas, S treat ham, S.W. 
Class. Shell— Upper Vth. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1898. 

Royal Veterinary College, London, Parent's Address* 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Palliser, Hugh A. Palliser ; born 1 879. Lyon. 

Son of Sir William Palliser, C.B.; M.P. Army Side. Left 
Easter 1895: 16 Victoria Square, S. W. 

* Parkes, Arthur Fraser Unitt ; born 1879. Faber. 

Son of James Unitt Parkes, Holm wood, Carlton Road, 
Putney. Mod. IV.-— Lower Mod. II. Left Easter 1897. 

Parent's Address. 

* Parsons, William James; born 1878. Spear. 

Son of Bernard William Parsons, Horsehills House, Horley, 
Surrey. Mod. III. — I. House Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1897. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; in business. 

23 Lory Lane, Smithfield, E.C, 

Popham, Home Erskine Henry Norreys ; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of Henry Downes Popham. Army Side. Left 
Easter 1896. Died 1899. 

•_• • > ■ • 

Potter, G. Leslie ; born 1879. School House. 

Son of S. Potter, Worcester. Mpd. IV.— II B. House 
Eleven Football. Left Easter 1895. 

Smith, Herbert Martyn ; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of Martyn Josiah Smith, Abberton Hall, Pershore. 
Class. Upper I Vth— Remove. First Eleven Football ; House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1896. Parent's Address. 

Smith, Stuart Bostock. . School House. 

Son of S. B, Smith, 3 Hillside, Cotham, Bristol. Left 
Chr. 1895. Parent's Address. 

Stanhope, Porritt Webster Stanhope ; born 1878. Toppin. 

Son of P. W. Stanhope, 85 North Marine Road, Scarborough r 
Mod. IV.— Lower Mod. II. Left Chr; 1894. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Talbot, Ogden Graham ; bom 1879. House. 

Son of George Ogden Talbot, Redlands, Strat ford-on -Avon, 
Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. Left Chr. 1895. Parent's Address. 

^Thornton, Alfred Norman ; born i$8o. Foster. 

Son of Rev. R. T. Thornton, Ravensdate, Tuobridge Wells. 
Class. Shell— Lowej: Mod. I. Left Chr. 1897. 

Parent's Address, 

* Warden, Arthur Henry; born 1881. Spear. 

Son of Henry Warden, 156 Highbury Park, London N. 
Junior School— Lower Mod. II. Left Chr. 1898. 

Merchant. Parent's Address. 

* White, Bernard Arthur ; born 1881. Faber. 

Son of William Nicholas White, 21 Cambalt Road, Putney, 
S.W. Mod. IV.— I. Junior Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket; First Eleven Football; Lieut, in Corps': Left 
Mids. 1900. 

In business. 6 Albert Road, St. John's, S.E. 

Williams, Bertram Leopold ; born 1878. Toppin. 

Son of Sir William Williams, Tregullow, Cornwall. Mod. 
III. — Army Side. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football ; Gymnasium Six. Left Mids. 1897. 

Served with Canadian Forces in the South African War. 

Wood, Robert Rapley. House. 

Son of John Wood, Braelcombe, The Drive, West Brighton. 
Class. Lower Vth. Left Mids. 1895. 

2 Veutuor Villas, Hove, Brighton. 

Yates, Guy Apperley, Capt. ; born 1879. Minor Scholar. Lyon. 
Son of L. E. H. Yates, India. Army Side— Mod. L House 
Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1895. 

Capt. 2tsi Company R. G. A. Leith Fort. 

• Member of Old Bfalvernian Society. 



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Entries in May, 1894. 

Aitchison, John Wilson ; born 1880. School House, 

Son of William Aitchison, Brierley Hill, Hawick, Scotland. 
Class. Upper. I Vth— Remove. Left Easter 1898. 

Parent's Address. 

* Aitchison, Patrick Edward ; born 1881. School House. 

Brother of above. Army Side. School Prefect; First 
Eleven Football ; Forty Cap Cricket ; Lieut, in Corps. Left 
Chr. 1899. 

Imperial Forest Service, Belgaum, Bombay. Parent's Address. 

* Ash, Reginald Harvey Freer ; born 1879. Spear. 

Son of Alfred Ash, The Mount, Saltley, Birmingham. 
Class. Upper IVth— -Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1896. 

t356 Bordesley Green, Small Heath. 

Bliss, Christopher Guy ; born 1879. Swan*. 

Son of W. Bliss, Chipping Norton. Mod. III.— I. Left 
Chr. 1896. f Parent's Address. 



Bowes, Hugh ; born 1880. Lyon, 

Son of J. Ireland Bowes, M.D., Campfield, Devizes. Class. 
Lower IVth. Left Easter 1895. Parent's Addres*. 



Bowes, Richard F. ; born 1882. Lyon. 

Brother of above. Class. IHrd. Left Easter 1895. 

Parent's Address. 

Burne, Thomas William Higgins ; born 1880. Faber. 

Son of S. T. H. Burne, Loynton Hall, Newport, Salop. 
Class. Upper IVth— Lower Vlth. Left Mids. 1898. 

Medical Student. St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. f Last address known to Editor, 



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* Crump, Bertram Eversley ; born 1880. School House. 

Son of John F. Crump, J. P., Victoria Terrace, Walsall. 
Class. Shell— Remove. Left Mids. 1898. 

History Exhibitioner, Exeter College, Oxford ; Solicitor. 

Parent's Address. 

Davies, George Aubrey ; born 1879. School House. 

Son of D. G. Davies, The Castle, Cardigan, South Wales. 
Class. III. Left Chr. 1896. Parent's Address. 



* Docker y, Roderick Roope ; born 1879. Spear. 

Son of Alfred Victor Dockery, Hangerfield, Witley, Surrey. 
Mod. II.— I. School Prefect; Second Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1898. 

In Bank of England for five years ; now with Wine Shippers, 
Oporto. Bath Club, 34 Dover Street, W. 

* Dudley, Ambrose Nevil Waddell ;, born 1879. Foster. 

Son of Rev. W. D. W. Dudley, St. Stephen's Vicarage, 
St. Al ban's. Class. Upper IVth — Remove. School Prefect ; 
Second Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 
1898. 

R. F. A. Parent's Address. 



Ellershaw, Henry. Toppin. 

Son of Rev. John Ellershaw, Barneby House, Pembroke 
Road, Clifton. Mod. IV. Left Chr. 1895. Parmt's Address. 



* Elworthy, Charles William ; born 1879. Toppin. 

Son of John Elworthy, Deene House, Kettering. Class. 
Shell — Remove. House Prefect; House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1897. 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge; B.A. 1900; Brewer. 

Tonset House, Queenbery Road, Kettering, 

■ • Member of 01<J Malvernian Society. 



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* Field, Aubrey John ; born 1881. Spear 

Son of Arthur Field, Shenley, Streatham, Surrey. Class 
Lower IVth - Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1898. 

In business. c,'o F. Bailey & Co., 59 Mark Lane, E.C. 

* Gibbons, Joseph M'ckeand; born 1879, Spear. 

Son of B. Gibbons, Woodleigh, Knutsford. Mod. II. — I. 
House Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Chr. 1896. Parent's Address. 

* Goodwin, Arthur Rowland ; born 1879. Swann. 

Son of John Rowland Goodwin, The Elms, Kidderminster. 
Mod. III.— I. Left Mids 1896. Parent's Address. 

* Graham, Marmaduke Whitaker ; born 1879. House. 

Son of W. Graham, 2 Temple Gardens, London, W.C. 
Class. Shell — Upper Vth. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1897. 

Served in the South African War with 21st Battalion Imperial 
Yeomanry ; Medal and five Clasps ; Queen's Own Royal 
West Kent Regiment. 24 Marlborough Mansions, H amp stead. 

Gwynne, Gordon Iltyd ; born 1880. House. 

Son of Aubrey Percival Gwynne, Australia. Class. IHrd— 
Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1895. 

\Kempstone, St. Peter's Road, Bournemouth. 

*H\rris, Henry; born 1878. Lyon. 

Son of J. Harris, Barton Mark, Winchester. Class. Shell — 
Upper Vth. House Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Easter 1897. 

Electrical Engineer. Parent's Address. 

* Harrison, Harry William ; born 1879. Lyon. 

Son of Sir F. Harrison, Aylwards, Stanmore. Class. Illrd — 
Mod. III. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Mids. 1897. 
L. & N. W. Railway. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. t Last address known to Editor. 

£ £ 



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* Hartley, George Francis Leonard ; born 1881. School House. 

Son of Charles Hartley, M.D., Windhill, Bishop's Stortford, 
Herts. Class. III.— Mod. I. Left Chr. 1898. 

Parents Address. 

* Jenkins, Basil Oliver; born 1880. School House. 

Son of O. W. Jenkins, El sin ore, Bodenham Road, Hereford. 
Mod. IV. — Lower Mod. I. Left Easter i8gy.i Parent's Add/ess. 



Jessop, D'Arcy Stanfield. Lyon. 

Son of Dr. Jessop, Roundhay Mount, Leeds. Mod. II. 
Left Chr. 1895. Parent's Address. 



Johnston, Carruthers Brougham ; born 1879. Toppin. 

Son of Samuel Logan Johnston, Croxteth Grove, Sefton 
Park, Liverpool. Mod. III. — Lower Mod. I. House Prefect ; 
House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1896. 

Parents Address. 

.* Jones, Edward Akers ; born 1882. Swann. 

Son of Edward Oliver Jones, Castlefield, Gabalfa, Cardiff. 
Class. Junior School— Mod. II. School Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; Shooting Eight 
(Capt.) ; Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1900. 
5th Dragoon Guards. Paretics Address. 



Lucas, Guy William Caswell ; born 1879. School House. 

Son of Sir Alfred William Lucas, Dunmore, Shaldon, Teign- 
mouth. Army Side. Left Chr. 1895. 



* Maitland, Rowland William, Rev. ; born 1878. Faber. 

Son of Gilbert G. Maitland, 5 Sion Place, Bath. Mod. IV. 
—I. Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1897. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1901 ; ordained 1903; Curate 
of St. Anne's. Sunny home, St. Anne s -on- Sea. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. f Last address known to Editor. 



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* Nunnelry, John Cecil ; born 1880. Foster. 

Son of William Nunneley, Buckingham Villa, Weston-super- 
Mare. Mod. IV. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1897. Parent's Address, 

Peacock, Henry Bertram. Day Boy. 

Son of Dr. Peacock, Broadlands, Newton Abbot, Devon. 
Class. Junior School— Illrd. Left Chr. 1895. 

Parent* s Address. 

*Petheram, Frederick Hugh ; born 1881. Day Boy. 

Son of Frederick William Petheram, Moorfields Chambers, 
95 Finsbury Pavement, E.C. Class. Illrd — Upper Vth. 
Left Chr. 1897. 

Worcester College, Oxford ; Academical Clerkship for a Bass 
Voice, Magdalen College, Oxford, 1904. Parents Address. 

* Rossi ter, William Frederick; born 1879. Spear. 

Son of Dr. Rossiter, Cairo Lodge, Weston-super-Mare. 
Class. Shell— Middle Vth. Left Chr. 1896. 

Solicitor in Bristol. Parent's Address. 

*Spooner, Richard Walter Wilberforce ; born 1879. School House. 
Son of Major Spooner, Lancelyn House, Leamington. 
Class. Lower IVth— Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1898. 

Elmdon House, Rugby, 

* Statham, Herbert Purefoy, Rev. ; born 1880. Foster. 

Son of Rev. Prebendary G. H. Statham, Torwood Rectory, 
Torquay. Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect. Left 
Mids. 1899. 
King's College, Cambridge; Third Class Classical Tripos; 
B.A. 1902 ; ordained 1904; Curate of Dawlish, South Devon. 

3 Luscombe Terrace, Dawlish. 

Yodng-Jamieson, Harry James ; born 188 1. Toppin. 

Son of Harry Young-Jamieson, St. Petrock's, Bodmin, Corn- 
wall. Class. Illrd — Mod. II. House Prefect ; House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1898. Parent's Address* 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Entries in September, 1894. 

*Ashton, Philip Arundel Mackenzie; born 1880. Spear. 

Son of A. Mackenzie Ashton, Dene Court, Taunton. Class. 
Illrd — Lower Mod. II. Ledbury Cap. Left Mids. 1898. 

Parent's Address. 

Atkins, Frederick Durnford ; born 1880. Faber. 

Son of Thomas Frederick Atkins, Southcliff House, Dawlish, 
Devonshire. Class. Illrd— Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1897. 

\ Parent's Address. 

* 

Ayton, Henry Robert; born 1881. House Scholar. Faber. 

Son of W. J. F. Ayton, Shincliffe Hall, Denham. Class. 
Upper Vth — Vlth. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football ; Ledbury Cap. Left Easter 1899. 

R. F. A. ; served in the South African War 1900-02 (two 
Medals). 88/A Battery, Ordnance Barracks, Limerick. 

* Barton, Charles Percival; born 1880. House Scholar. Swann. 

Son of Charles Tom Barton, Beech field, Kidderminster. 

Class. Upper Vth — Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven 

Football ; Second Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1898. 

In business. Beechfield, Habberley Road, Kidderminster. 

*Belgrave, John Dalrymple ; born 188 1. House. 

Son of Lieut. -Colonel Dacres Thomas Charles Belgrave, 
Wimborne, Dorset. Army Side. House Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1898. 

R. F. A. ; served in the South African War. Parent's Address. 

Black more, Harold Senior ; born 1880. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Blackmore, Bin stead House, Binstead, Isle of 
Wight. Army Side -Mod. II. Left Mids. 1898. 

f Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society, f Last address known to Editor. 



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* Blount, Oswald; born 1879. Foster, 

Son of G. B. Blount, Northchurch, Berkhamstead. Class. 
Upper IVth -Middle Vth. Second Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1897. Parent's Address. 

* Blount, Harold ; born 1 88 1. Foster. 

Brother of above. Army Side. House Prefect; House 
Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1897. 

Royal Marine Artillery ; H. M. S. Crescent 1904. 

Eastney Barracks, Portsmouth. 

# Browne, George Sinclair; born 1880. Foster. 

Son of Thomas Sinclair Browne, M.D., Summervale, Bar- 
bados, West Indies. Class. Upper IVth — Lower Vlth. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1899. 

Hertford College, Oxford ; B.A. 1903, Third Class Honours 
Mods., Third Class History; Reading for the Bar (Gray's 
Inn). 13 St. David's Road, South sea. 

Byron, E. M. Day Boy. 

Son of J. Byron, Malvern. Junior School. Left Easter 
1895. 

* Canny, Gerald Bain ; born 1881. House Scholar. Spear. 

Stepson of O. R. Serjeant, Link House, Stan more, Middlesex. 
Class. Upper Vth— Vlth. Senior Chapel Prefect; First 
Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; Lea Shakespeare 
Prize ; Martin History Prize ; Beauchamp Divinity Prize. 
Left Mids. 1900. 

Classical Scholar, Queens' College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1903, 
First Class Classical Tripos ; University Association Football 
Eleven ; Indian Civil Service. cjo above address. 

*Cawthra, John Joseph ; born 1878. Faber. 

Son of Joseph Cawthra, Toronto, Canada. Mod. III.— II. 
House Eleven Football ; Ledbury Cap. Left Mids. 1896. 

Clare College, Cambridge; Blue for Athletics. Parent's Address. 
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* Christie, Malcolm Grahame ; born 1881. Swann. 

Son of J. A. Christie, The Chantry, Stanmore, Middlesex. 
Class. Upper IVth— Lower Mod. I. House Prefect ; House 
Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1897. 

Student at Aachen University. Parent* s Address. 

Cope-Proctor, Henry Proctor ; born 1880. Foster. 

Son of Charles William Cope-Proctor, 70 Pembroke Road, 
Clifton, Bristol. Class. Lower IVth— Matriculation Class. 
Left Mids. 1899. Parent's Address. 

* Duffield, Harry Charles ; born 1880. School House. 

Son of E. R. Duffield, 27 Holland Park, W. Mod. IV.— I. 
House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Mids. 1899. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; B. A. 1902 ; Civil Engineer. 

Parent's Address. 

Duncan, Angus James; born 1881. Toppin. 

Son of James Hastings Duncan, Kineholm, Otley, Yorkshire. 
Class. IHrd — Lower Vth. Died at School, December 1897. 

* Grant, George Alexander McLean ; born 1881. Lyon. 

Son of A. Grant, St. Michael's, Bexley, Kent. Mod. IV. — II. 
Left Chr. 1898. Parent's Address. 

* Gray, Ernest Godfrey ; born 1880. House. 

Son of Mrs. Gray, Galhampton House, Bath. Class. Lower 
IVth— Mod. I. Left Easter 1898. 

Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge ; B.A. 190 1 ; Mining 
Engineer. The Elms, Tittle Row, Maidenhead. 

* Hamilton, Cuthbert Arthur, Rev. ; born 1880. House, 

Minor Scholar. Son of Rev. Canon Hamilton, St. John's 
Vicarage, Derby. Class. Lower Vth — Vlth. School Pre- 
fect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1899. 

Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. 1902; Third Class Class. 
Tripos ; ordained 1904 ; Curate of Bramshott, Hants. 

Liphook, Hants. 

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Hamilton, P. McNeill. 

Son of General Hamilton. Mod. III. Left Easter 1895. 



Hanschell, Valdemar Carl ; born 1879. Faber . 

Son of V. Hanschell, Barbados, West Indies. Mod. II. 
Left Chr. 1895. Parent's Address. 

Hanschell, Hother McCormick ; born 1880. Faber. 

Brother of above. Mod. IV.— -I. Left Mids. 1898. 

Parent's Address. 

*Hill, Eric Percy; born 1880. Foster. 

Son of Arthur Gibson Hill, Beverley, East Yorks. Class. 
Upper Vth— Remove. Left Mids. 1897. 

Clerk in the Bank of England. Parent's Address. 

Holmes, William Charles Flower ; born 1879. House. 

Son of W. J. O. Holmes, St rum pshaw Hall, Norwich. 
Class. Illrd— Lower I Vth. Left Mids. 1897. Parent's Address. 

Johnston, Colin McAndrew ; born 1880. Minor Scholar. Faber. 
Son of Charles J. Johnston, Lesmurdie, Elgin, Class. 
Shell— Vlth. Left Easter 1899. 



Jonas, Leslie ; born 1879. Faber. 

Son of J. C. Jonas, The Grange, Great Shelford, Cambridge. 
Mod. III. — I. Shooting Eight; Gymnasium Pair. Left 
Mids. 1896. 

Yorkshire College, Leeds ; B. Sc. ; Leipsic University ; Electro 
Chemist. Died May 31st, 1905. 

* Jones-Williams, George Francis ; born 1879. Toppin. 

Son of T. J. Jones- Williams, Laughern Hill House, Wichen- 
ford, Worcester. Mod. II.— Lower Mod. I. Left Chr. 1895. 

Parent's Address. 

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Kewley, Archdale William Rigby ; born 1879. House. 

Son of Rev. R. R. Kewley, Bucklebury Vicarage, Reading. 
Army Side— Class. Lower Vth. Ledbury Cap. Left Mids. 
1896. 

Cape Mounted Police. Britstown, Cape Colony. 

Longridge, Archibald Owen Carwithin ; born 1880. House. 

Son of Michael Longridge, Linkvretten, Bowdon, Cheshire. 
Class. Shell — Remove. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1898. Parent's Address. 

*McCleverty, Anson Hugh; born 1879. Lyon. 

Son of Colonel J. McCleverty, 36 West Cliff, Preston. Army 

Side. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left 

Mids. 1897. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst ; Indian Army. 87 Eaton Terrace, S.W. 

* Morris, William Lionel; born 1879. Swann. 

Son of W. Morris, Maisemore, Cathedral Road, Cardiff. 
Lower Mod. II.— Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1896. 

Parent* s Address. 

*Ould, Samuel Edward; born 1879. House, 

Son of Mrs. Ould, Winsham Hall, Norwich, Cheshire. 
Mod. IV.— II. House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1898. 

Brewery Director. 47 Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, W. 

#Piggott, Harry Edward ; born 1878. House Scholar. Spear. 
Son of Henry Piggott, Alton, Hants. Class. Shell — 
Math. Vlth. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1897. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; nth Wrangler, B.A. 1900 ; Stewart 
of Rannoch Scholarship in Sacred Music ; Assistant Master, 
Westminster School. Little Dean's Yard, Westminster, S. W. 

* Prior, Henry Matson ; born 1879. School House, 

Son of George Sayle Prior, North Horndean, Hants Mod. 
IV.— Lower Mod. II. Left Mids. 1897. 

Hertford College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Rathbone, Cecil Edmond ; born i88r. Minor Scholar. House. 
Son of Arthur B. Rathbone, Red Gables, Formby. Army 
Side. House Prefect; Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1898. 

R. M. A , Woolwich; R. G. A., No. 26 Jacob's Mountain 
Battery, Bhamo, Upper Burma. Died at Kohat, India, 
October 1st, 1905. 

Rawlinson, Claud Robert ; born 1879. House. 

Son of Lieut. -Colonel S. R. Rawlinson, Indian Staff Corps, 
8 Lancaster Road, W. Army Side. Left Chr. 1897. 

R. M. C., Sandhurst ; Royal Munster Fusiliers. 

c/o Messrs. Holt &> Co., 3 Whitehall Place, S. W. 

* Ridley-Shield, George Eustace ; born 1880. Foster — Bullock. 

Minor Scholar. Son of Joseph Ridley-Shield, Cardew, 
Alresford, Hants. Class. Upper Vth — Lower Vlth ; School 
Prefect. Left Mids. 1899 

Oriel College, Oxford; B.A. 1902 ; articled to Solicitors. 

Parent's Address. 

* Roberts, Alfred Sydney ; born 1879. School House. 

Son of W. Roberts, Fern Dale, Stourbridge. Class. Lower 
I Vth— Middle Vth. House Eleven Football. Left Easter 
1897. Parent's Address. 

* Rogers, Francis Cyr Campbell ; born 1883. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. Rogers, The Haven, Paignton, Devon. Junior 
School —Army Side. House Prefect ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1900. 
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Parent's Address. 

Sqhlesinger, Edwin Charles; born 1881. Lyon. 

Son of Maurice Schlesiriger, Grove House, Plymouth Grove, 
Manchester. Lower Mod. II. — I. Left Easter 1897. 

Parent's Address. 

* Schuster, Lionel Robert; born 1879. School House. 

Son of Louis Schuster, Fulshaw Lodge, Cheltenham. Army 
Side. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 
1897. 
The King's Regiment; served in the South African War 
1899-1902. c\o Messrs. Cox &>Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. W. 

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Seton-Karr, George Bernard ; born 1881. Foster. 

Son of H. Seton-Karr, M.P , Kippilaw, St. BoswelFs, Scot- 
land. Junior School Died at School, April 2nd, 1896. 

Seton-Karr, Malcolm Henry; born 1882. Foster. 

Brother of above. Class. Junior School. Left Easter 1896. 

Parent* % Address. 

* Smith, Cyril Herbert: born 1880. Lyon. 

Son of G. F. Smith, 155 Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. Mod. 
IV. —Lower Mod. II. House Prefect; First Eleven Foot- 
ball ; House Eleven Cricket ; Gymnasium Four. Left 
Easter 1899. Parent's Address. 

* Spear, Hugh Bayfield; born 1882. Spear. 

Son of Rev. T. Spear, 3 College Grounds, Malvern. Class. 
Junior School — Upper Shell. School Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Football ; Racquets Pair. Left Easter 1901. 

Served in the South African War with Highland Light Infantry; 
received Commission in 1st Gloucester Regiment. 

Ambala, Punjab, India. 

Spielman, F. J. 

Son of J. Spielman, 21 Cadogan Gardens, W., Editor of 
Magazine of Art. Lower IVth. Left Easter 1895. 

3 Westbourne Crescent, W. 

* Stapylton, Richard Chetwynd- ; born 1880. School House. 

House Scholar. Son of Edward Chetwynd-Stapylton, 
Chesterfield, Worcester Park, Surrey. Class. Upper Vth — 
Vlth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1899. Worcester Park, Surrey. 

* Taylor, Lionel Edward; born 1880, Foster. 

Son of Colonel Frederick Henry Taylor, The Red House, 
Wrentham, Suffolk. Army Side. Left Chr. 1896. 

Agricultural Department (Division of Forestry), Pretoria, 
S. Africa. Pretoria, South Africa. 

• Member of Old Malverniau Society. 



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Trevelyan, Edward Walter; born 1881. School House. 

Son of George Edward Trevelyan, Tramore, Henbury, near 
Bristol. Class. Lower IVth — Upper Vth. House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1898. 

P. O. Riverside, Los Angelos, California. 

*Tunnard, Luke ; born 1880. Foster. 

Son of Christopher C. Tunnard, Tyninghame, Prestonkirk, 
Scotland. Class. Upper IVth — Remove. School Prefect; 
Shooting Eight. Left Chr. 1898. 

2nd Oxfordshire L. I., 1900. Lower Barracks, Chatham. 

Whetstone. Kenneth ; born 1 881. Swann. 

Son of Joseph Whetstone, Heathfield, Springfield Road, 
Leicester. Class. Shell — Lower Vlth. Left Easter 1899. 

Studying Law. Parent's Address. 

White, Francis George ; born 1882. Faber. 

Son of J. White, St. Margaret's, Weybridge. Class. Junior 
School — Upper Shell. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket ; Gymnasium Four. Left Chr. 1900. 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* Williams, Milbourne Bransby; born 1880. Spear. 

Son of Morgan Bransby Williams, Killay House, Swansea. 
Mod. III. — I. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket ; First 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1899. 

Caius College, Cambridge; B.A. 1903; Mining Engineering 
Student. Parent's Address. 



* Wilson, Albert Edward Jacob, Capt.; born 1879. Poster. 

Son of Sir Jacob Wilson, Chillingham Barns, Belforton, 
Northumberland. Class. Lower IVth. — Vth. House Pre- 
fect ; House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1898. 

Capt. Northumberland Fusiliers. Parent's Address. 

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* Wilson, Basil Mayor; born 1878. Lyon. 

Senior Mathematical Scholar. Son of Rev. H. C. Wilson, 
Hulme Hall, Manchester. Class. Shell— Math /Vlth. House 
Prefect. Left Mids. 1896. 
M. B., Ch. B. (Vict.) 1901 ; Government Medical Office, Fiji. 

Parent's Address. 

Winstanley, Hugh Winckworth ; born 1880. Lyon, 

Son of W. J. Winstanley, 60 Avonmore Road, West Ken- 
sington. Class. Shell — Upper Vth. Left Easter 1897. 

Parent* s Address. 

*Wix, Ernest Henry ; born 1880. Minor Scholar. Foster. 

Son of E. W. Wix, Warwick Lodge, Tunbridge Wells. 
Class. Upper Vth — Vlth. Senior Chapel Prefect; Second 
Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1899. 

Oriel College, Oxford ; B.A. 1902, Third Class Law Finals. 

Parent's Address. 

Wright, Harold Nairn ; born 1881. Faber. 

Son of A. E. Wright, Brunswick Estate, Maskelyia, Ceylon. 
Mod. IV.— II. Left Mids. 1899. 

\Brandeston Vicarage, Suffolk. 

Wyatt, Gerald Daunt Nevile; born 1881. Toppin. 

Son of G. Nevile Wyatt, 15 Langhorne Gardens, Folkestone. 
Lower Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. House Eleven Cricket; 
House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1895. Parent's Address. 



Entries in January, 1895. 

Balfour, Robert Napier ; born 188 1. School House, 

Son of G. P. Balfour, Montrose, Langley Road, Watford. 

Lower lVth— Matric. Class. School Prefect ; First Eleven 

Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1900. 

Clare College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. t Last address known to Editor. 



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Beddoes, Claude Eagles Willoughby ; born 1881. Faber. 

Son of Commander H. Willoughby Beddoes, R.N. Lower 
IV.— Modern II. Left Mids. 1897. 

fWyndham, Easton-in Gordano , near Bristol. 

* Browne, Denis Robert Howe ; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of W. D. Browne, Lynn wood, Leamington. Class. Shell — 
Remove — Army Side. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1897. 

King's College, London ; Indian Department of Public Works ; 
Assistant Engineer, P. W. D. 

c\o Grindlay, Groom, &* Co., Bombay. 

* Butler, Edward Duffin; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of John Butler, The Laurels, Withdeane, Brighton. 
Class. IHrd — Middle Vth — Matric. Class. Left Easter 1900. 

Articled to Chartered Accountant. 

81 Albemarle Road, Beckenham, Kent. 

* Byass, John ; born 1880. House. 

Son of D. F. Byass, The Limes, St. James's Road, Scar- 
borough. Mod. IV — Lower Mod. I. House Eleven Cricket 
and Football. Left Chr. 1895. 

In business. Parent's Address. 

*Challands, Robert Sydney; born 1879. School House. 

Son of R. Challands, Clumber Crescent, The Park, Notting- 
ham. Mod. IV. — Upper Mod. I. Junior Chapel Prefect; 
First Eleven Football ; Second Eleven Cricket ; Lieut, in 
Corps. Left Mids. 1899. 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1902 ; Mining Engineer. 

Parent's Address. 

*Cox, Reginald Kennedy ; born 188 1. Lyon. 

Son of R. Cox. Isle of Wight. Class. IHrd— Vth. School 
Prefect ; Forty Cap Football ; Ledbury Cap ; Lieut, in 
Corps. Left Mids. 1899. 
Hertford College, Oxford ; Dramatist ; produced " The Chet- 
wynd Affair " at the Royalty Theatre. London, 1904. 

4 L Montague Mansions, Portman Square, W. 

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* Crawford, Gerald Shakespear ; born 1879. Faber. 

Son of Colonel Richmond I. Crawford. 53 Margaret Street, 
Cavendish Square, W. Class. Upper IV. — Mod. I. School 
Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; Forty Cap Cricket. Left 
Mids. 1898. 
Pembroke College, Oxford ; B.A. 1902 ; Assistant Master in a 
Private School. 41 Mount Park Road, Ealing, W. 

*Cullen, John Bury ; born 1881. School House. 

Son of W. H. Cullen, Knighton, S. Croydon. Mod. IV.— 
Lower Mod I. Left Chr. 1898. 
In business. Parent's Address. 

Dorman, Mark; born 1881. House. 

Son of A. M. Dorman, The Whist, Ashford, Kent. Mod. IV. 
— I. School Prefect; Forty Cap Football ; Champion 
Athlete 1899. Left Easter 1899. Parent's Address. 

* Edmunds, Clive Thornby ; born 1880. Foster. 

Son of J. S. W. Edmunds, The Cottage, Bromsgrove. 
Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1897. 

31 Westbourne Terrace, Paddington, W, 

Fergusson, John Newbury Fraser; born 1881. Day Boy — House. 
Son of Dr. J. C. Fergusson, The Establishment, Malvern. 
Mod. III.— Upper Mod. I. Left Mids. 1898. 

St. John's College, Cambridge ; B.A. (Natural Science Tripos) 
1902 ; Medical Student at St. Thomas's Hospital, London. 

Hammond, Harris N. ; born 1881. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Hammond, Royal Palace Hotel, Kensington, W. 
Junior School— Mod. II. Left Easter 1899. 

* Heath, Frederick Stanley; born 1881. School House. 

Son of R. Heath, Biddulph Grange, Congleton. Class. Hlrd 
— Lower Vth. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1900. 

Hertford College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Honywood, Courtenay John ; born 1880. Foster. 

Son of Sir J. Honywood, Bart., Evington Place, Ashford, 
Kent. Mod. IV. Left Mids. 1895. Paretics Address. 

* Mackenzie, Eric James Bethune ; born 1883. Day Boy. 

Son of J. Mackenzie, Daresbury, Malvern. Class. Junior 
School— Illrd. Left Mids. 1896. 

Royal Field Artillery. Parent's Address. 

* Manners, Arthur; born 1879. Spear, 

Son of W. P. Manners, The Highlands, Burton-on-Trent. 
Class. Lower IVth — Upper Vth. House Prefect ; House 
Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Easter 1898. 

Parent's Address. 

* Moore, Stephen Christopher Lay ; born 1880. House. 

Son of S. Moore, Weatheroak Cottage, Alvechurch, Wor- 
cestershire. Lower IVth — Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1899. 

Hertford College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

Moore, Francis Cecil ; born 1881. Faber. 

Son of Capt. W. B. Moore Class. Lower IVth — Shell. 
Left Mids. 1897. 

Hampshire Regiment. Malta. 

de Pass, Cecil ; born 1880. Lyon. 

Son of A. de Pass, National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, 
S. W. Mod. IV. Left Easter 1895. 

de Pass, Harry; born 1881. Lyon. 

Brother of above. Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1895. 

* Peters, George Henry Boyce ; born 1880. Toppin. 

Son of G. H. Peters, Lockerbie, Osborne Road, Windsor. 
Class. Upper IVth — Upper Vth. House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1898. 

Articled to Solicitors. Parent's Address. 

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* Purnell, William Orchard Usher ; born 1880. Faber. 

Son of H. J. M. C. Gwynn, Somerset House, Clifton, Bristol. 
Lower IVth— Lower Mod. II. Left Chr. 1898. 

Paretics Address. 

*Raban, Richard Bassett Cockburn; born 1881. Lyon. 

Son of Rev. R. C. W. Raban, Bishop's Hull Vicarage, 
Taunton. Army Side. School Prefect. Left Chr. 1898. 

R.M.C, Sandhurst; 1st Somerset L.I.;, transferred to 1st 
Bengal Lancers. 1st Bengal Lancers* Jkansi, India. 

Redfern, Alan Faulkner ; born 1880. School House. 

Son of T. R. Redfern, Oakery Cottage, Beckenham, Kent. 
Mod. III.— Army Side. Forty Cap Cricket. Left Mids. 1898. 

\ Parent's Address. 

de Rhodes, Stanislas Matthew Hastings ; born 1880. School House. 
c/o Miss A. C. Hastings, Martley Rectory, Worcester. 
Mod. HI. Left Mids. 1895. Dead. 

*Tait, Johp Wilson ; born 1880. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Tait, Wood Farm, Malvern Wells. Mod. IV.— 
III. Left Mids. 1896. f Parent's Address. 

Tbnn, Surawongse ; born 1880. Day Boy. 

Modern IV.— III. Left Mids. 1896. Bangkok, Siam. 

* Thorne, Stanley ; born 1880. House. 

Son of E. R. Thorne, 170 Cromwell Road, London, S.W. 
Lower Mod. II. — Mod. I. House Prefect. Left Chr. 1897. 

Parent* s Address. 

* Thornton, Richard Patrick; born 1881. Toppin. 

Son of Rev. R. T. Thornton, Ravensdale, Tunbridge Wells. 
Mod. IV. — Lower Mod. I. Left Easter 1898. 

In a firm of Stockbrokers. Parent's Address. 

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* White, Sidney Herbert. Toppin. 

Son of Mrs. White, Dunstan Hill Hall, Wickham, R.S.O., 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. Third Form— Mod. III. Left Easter 
1898. Parent's Address. 

x Wittenoom, Charles Home ; born 1879. House. 

Son of Sir E. H. Wittenoom, Perth, West Australia. Mod. 
IV. — Lower Mod. I. House Prefect ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball; Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1898. 

Associate Royal School of Mines (London) ; Manager of 
Central and West Boulder Gold Mines, West Australia. 

Weld Club, Perth, West Australia. 

*Youll, Geoffrey Blenkinsop; born 1879. Salisbury. 

Son of J. G. Youll, South Broom field, Jesmond, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. Class. IHrd— Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1897. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1900 ; Barrister-at-Law. 

3 Hare Court, Temple, E.C. 



Entries in May, 1895. 

* Beard, Mountjoy ; born 1880. Faber. 

Son of T. G. Beard, 10 Basinghall Street, E.C. Mod. III. — 
II. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1896. 

12 Craven Street, Strand, W.C. 

*Bilgrami, Syed Mohomed Ali ; born 1881. Foster, 

Son of Syed Ali Bilgrami, Lecturer in Maharatti Language, 
Cambridge University. Junior School — Mod. IV. Left 
Mids. 1896. 

King's College, London ; Assistant Engineer in the service of 
H. H. The Nizam's Guaranteed State Railways. 

c/o Messrs. King, King, & Co., Bombay. 

Blathwayt, Frank Wynter ; born 1879. Foster. 

Son of Rev. C. R. Blathwayt, Huntspill Rectory, Bridgwater. 
Class. Lower IVth— Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1898. 

Parents Address. 

• Member of Old Malvemian Society. 



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*Brutton, Henry Lionel ; born 1880. School House. 

Son of Joseph Brutton, Parkholme, Eastbourne. Class. 
Upper IVth — Upper Vth. School Prefect; First Eleven 
Football ; Second Eleven Cricket ; School Fives Pair ; Lieut, 
in Corps. Left Mids. 1899. 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* Carter, Edward Philip ; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of Lieut. -Colonel E. M. Carter, Stonecroft, Aylesbury. 
Army Class— Upper Vth. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1900. 

New College, Oxford; B.A. 1903, Honours in Jurisprudence; 
Barrister-at-law, Inner Temple. 

New Oxford and Cambridge Club, Pall Mall. 

Cooke, Leonard Austin ; born 1880. School House. 

Son of B. Cooke, Short wood, Hoylake. Class. Lower Vth. 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1898. Parent's Address. 

Fergusson, Louis Roy ; born 1885. Day Boy. 

Son of Dr. J. C. Fergusson, The Establishment, Malvern. 
Junior School — Matric. Class. Left Chr. 1902. 

St. John's College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* Fergusson, Argyll ; born 1883 Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd— Remove. Left Chr. 1899. 

The Middlesex Regiment. Wellington Barracks, Dublin. 

* Giles, Humphrey Noel ; born 1880. Toppin. 

Son of Mrs. E. S. Giles, The Manor House, Ashby Fotville, 
Melton Mowbray. Class. Lower IVth — Shell. House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Chr. 1897. 
B. Sc. (Victoria) 1902 ; Civil Engineer ; at present in Engineer's 
Department, Liverpool Corporation Waterworks ; Capt. 1st 
V. B. (" The King's n ) Liverpool Regiment. 

6 Gambier Terrace, Liverpool. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Hawkins, Hugh Douglas; born 1881. Lyon. 

Son of H. Hawkins, Rotherfield, Grange Road, Reading. 
Class. Shell. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football ; Shooting Eight (Capt ) ; Ledbury Cap ; Lieut, in 
Corps. Left Easter 1901. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; Brewer. Parent's Address. 

tfHoLB, Gerard Blathwayt ; born 1880. Fader. 

Son of Mrs. A. M. Hole, Moorlands, Crewkerne. Mod. II. 
— I. Left Easter 1897. Athenaum Club, Johannesburg. 

Joynson, Arthur Glazebrook ; born 1883. Toppin. 

Son of T. Joynson, Twembroke, Hoylake, Cheshire. Junior 
School— Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1898. 

Merchant Service. Parent's Address. 

* Lindsay, David Howard; born 1882. Sivann. 

Son of W. A. Lindsay, K.C., 17 Cromwell Road, S.W. 
Third Form — Upper Mod. I. Left Easter 1900. 

Parent's Address. 

* Matthew, Reginald Wilcox ; born 188 1. School House. 

Son of Alexander Matthew, Braddon Villa, Torquay. Mod. 
IV. — Lower Mod. I. Left Easter 1898. 

Solicitor. Parent's Address. 

Morton, Cyril Arthur ; born 1880. School House. 

Son of Rev. H. J. Morton, Cricklade Vicarage, Gloucester- 
shire. Class. Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1897. 
Weltevredon 9 Stanford Caledon, Cape of Good Hope. 

* Mountain, Harold; born 1881. Spear. 

Son of T. Mountain, Nunsfield, Great Grimsby. Mod. III. 
— Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1897. 

Solicitor 1905. Nunsfield, Grimsby. 

Munby, Joseph Ernest; born 1881. Sivann. 

Son of E. C. Munby, late of Oswaldkirk, York. Class. 

Upper IVth — Army Side. School Prefect ; Left Mids. 
1899. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst ; 1st King's Own (Yorkshire L. I.) 1901. 

Alders hot. 

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* Negretti, Paul Ernest ; born 1881. Faber. 

Son of H. P. J. Negretti, The Manor House, Frognal, 
Hampstead. Mod. III. — I. House Eleven Football ; Forty 
Cap Cricket ; Gymnasium Six. Left Mids. 1899. 

Parent's Address, 

Negretti, Henry Noel ; born 1882. Faber. 

Brother of above. Mod. IV. I. Left Easter 1899. 

* Norsworthy, Herbert Henry ; born 1879. School House. 

Son of H. Norsworthy, Clarefield, Maidenhead. Lower IVth 
— Army Side. House Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football ; Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1899. 

University College, London ; Civil Engineer. 

Engineer's Office, New Dock Works, Swansea. 

* Pennefather, Edward Cyril ; born 1881. Lyon. 

Son of Rev. Canon Pennefather, The Vicarage, Kensington, 
W. Class. Illrd — Matric. Class. School Prefect; House 
Eleven Football. Left Easter 1899. 

Exeter College, Oxford ; B.A. 1903, Honour School of Modern 
History; Egyptian Civil Service. Parent's Address. 

*Poston, William John Lloyd ; born 1881. Spear. 

Son of G. J. Poston, Bishopsford, Mitcham, Surrey. 

Army Side. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; School 

Racquets Pair. Left Mids. 1898. 

R. H. A., Jan. 1901. Parent's Address. 

* Shabn-Carter, Victor Arthur Tilson ; born 1879. Lyon. 

Son of G. T. Shaen-Carter, Shaen Lodge, Belmullet, Co. 
Mayo, Ireland. Lower Modern IV. — Lower Mod. I. Left 
Chr. 1898. 

Queens' College, Cambridge ; now in U.S.A., managing estates. 

44 Tisbury Road, Hove, Sussex. 

♦ Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Smith, John Mackie Coates Munro; born 1881. Salisbury. 

Son of Alexander Smith, of Shanghai and Forres (Scotland). 
Mod. IV.- I. School Prefect. Left Chr. 1898. 

16 Vanburgh Park, Blackheath, S.E. 

Spielman, Percy Edwin ; born 188 1. Day Boy. 

Son of M. H Spielman, 21 Cadogan Gardens, W. Mod. 
III. Left Chr. 1895. 

Associate of the Royal College of Science ; studying Chemistry 
at University College, London. Parent's Address, 

Stevenson, Percival Henry ; born 1880. Lyon, 

Son of H. T. Stevenson. 21 Great College Street, Westmin- 
ster. Mod. IV.— III. Left Chr. 1896. 

* Strode, Douglas Mancel ; born 1882. Spear. 

Son of W. W. Strode, Bankside, Leigham Court Road, 
Streatham, S.W. Lower Mod. II.— Mod. I. Left Mids. 
1899. 

Central Technical College (Electrical Engineering) : Engineer. 

Parent's Address. 

*Ticehurst, George Farquharson; born 1879. Toppin. 

Son of F. Ticehurst, Nelson House, Cheltenham. Class. 
Upper IVth - -Lower Vth. Left Mids. 1897. 

Solicitor. Parent's Address. 



Townsend, Frederick Lawrence ; born 1880. Day Boy. 

Son of F. M. Townsend, Birkenhead. Lower IVth. Left 
Easter 1896. ^Parent's Address. 

*Tulk, John Augustus; born 1882. Swann. 

Son of E. J. Tulk, Firfield, Addlestone, Surrey. Army Side. 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids 1900. 

Keble College, Oxford. Parent's Addresn. 

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Whitehouse, Frederick William ; born 1885. Day Boy. 

Son of M.J. Whitehouse, Avenue Road, Malvern. Junior 
School— Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1899. f Parent's Address, 

Whitehouse, Harold Beckwith ; born 1882. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Junior School— Lower Mod. I. Left 
Mids. 1899. ^Parent's Address. 

* Williams, Edward Thomas ; born 1 881. Lyon. 

Son of A. A. Williams, The Rhyl, Bridgend. Junior School 
—Mod. IV. Left Easter 1898. Parent's Address. 

* Wood, Basil Gellibrand ; born 1880. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. R. G. Wood, The Birches, Malvern Link. 
Upper I Vth— Mod. II. House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 
1896. 
Keble College, Oxford ; B.A. 1901 ; Schoolmaster at 

Green Hill School, Moseley, Birmingham. 

* Wrench, Frank Evelyn Nevill ; born 1880. Salisbury. 

Care of Miss Robinson, 8 Ley burn Terrace, Dover. Mod. 
IV.— Army Side. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1897. 

2nd Shropshire Light Infantry. Guardian's Address. 



Entries in September, 1895. 

Abercrombie, Lascelles; born 1881. House. 

Son of W. A. Abercrombie, Brooklands, near Manchester. 
Class. Shell— Lower Vlth. School Prefect. Left Mids. 
1900. 10 Harland Road, Higher Tranmere, Birkenhead. 

#Ashby, Douglas; born 1880. House. 

Son of A. Ashby, Ashdene, Reading. Army Side. First 
Eleven Football. Left Chr, 1897. 

Suffolk Regiment ; Served in the South African War 1900-02 ; 
now adjusting claims against Imperial Government. 

Civil Service Club, Cape Town, S.A. 

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#Balfour-Melville, John Inglis ; born 1 88 1. Foster. 

Son of L. Balfour- Melville, 4 Thistle Court, Edinburgh. 
Class. Lower I Vth — Shell. School Prefect ; Second Eleven 
Cricket ; Second Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1900. 

Studying Law at Edinburgh University. Parent's Address. 

kBarnett, William Henry; born 1881. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Barnett, Lees ton, Malvern. Upper Mod. III. — 
Lower Mod. II. Left Easter 1897. 

Indian Army (91st Punjabis.) 91s* Punjabis, Burma. 

* Brookes, Robert Marston ; born 1881. School House. 

Son of Rev. C. Brookes, St. Sepulchre's Vicarage, 
Northampton. Class. Upper I Vth — Upper Vth. Left 
Easter 1898. 

St. Mary's Hospital 1898-99 ; now Engineer. Parent's Address. 

* Brown, Edwin Leslie; born 1881. Swann. 

Son of E. A. Brown, Bank House, Burton-on-Trent. Mod. II. 
— I. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1899. 

Four years in Lloyd's Bank ; now Fruit Farming abroad. 

Parent's Address. 

* Bullock, Gervas Frederick; born 1882. School House. 

Son of F. D. O. Bullock, 59 Mount Park Road, Ealing. 
Class. Lower Vth— Remove. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Football ; Forty Cap Cricket ; Shooting Eight ; Lieut, in 
Corps. Left Mids. 1900. Parent's Address. 

Burton, Langhorne Burton ; born 1880. Toppin. 

Son of L. Burton, Somersby Manor, Spilsby, Lincolnshire. 
Class. Lower IVth — Lower Vth. Left Chr. 1897. 

Actor; joined Mr. Edward Terry in 1902 and played in "The 
Admirable Crichton," " The Duke of Killiecrankie," and 
other plays. 15 Arlington Street, Piccadilly, N. 

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* Cairns, Thomas Russell ; born 1882. Lyon. 

Son of Thomas Cairns, Dunira House, Jesmond, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. Mod. III. — I. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1899. 

Shipowner. Cosyn's House, Quayside, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

•kCheston, Charles Sydney ; born 1882. School House. 

Son of C. Cheston, Summit House, Upper Clapton, N.E. 
Class. Lower IVth— Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1899. 
Studying Art. 22 Ashburnham Mansions, Chelsea, S. W. 



*Cotching, Charles Edward; born 1880. House. 

Son of W. G. Cotching, Brookfield, Taunton. Class. Shell 
— Upper Vth. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Chr. 1897. 

Manager, Plymouth Breweries (Ltd,). 

29 Mutley Plain, Plymouth. 

Craig, Robert Gray. Faber. 

Son of A. Craig, Chapelton, Jamaica. Mod. IV. — II* Left 

Mids. 1897. Parent's Address. 

*Daw, Reginald Samuel ; born 1881. School House. 

Son of S. J. Daw, 35 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Class. 
Shell— Lower Vlth. Second Eleven Football. Left Chr. 
1898. 

Solicitor; LL.B. (London) 1st Class Honours 1903. 

15 Redington Road, HampsUad, N.W. 

Digby, Essex Loftus ; born 1880. Lyon. 

Son of C. W. L. Digby, Bank House, Chepstow. Mod. I. 
House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Easter 1898. 

Solicitor. 

do Bircham &Co. t 37 Hamilton House, Victoria Embankment, 5. W. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Dobson, George Primrose ; born 1880. Salisbury. 

Son of W. Dobson, The Chesters, Jesmond, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. Mod. III. — Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1897. 

Died 1900. 

* Dobson, Douglas; born 1882. Salisbury. 

Brother of above. Lower IVth — Lower Vlth. Left Mids. 
1899, 

B. Sc. (Durham) 1904 ; Marine Engineer. Parent's Address. 

Duff, Rodney Hay ; born 188 1. House. 

Son of G. A. Duff, 54 Castle Hill Avenue, Folkestone. Mod. 
IV— Army Side. Left Easter 1898. Parent's Address. 

* Everitt, Russell Stanley ; born 188 1. Swann. 

Son of F Everitt, Beech Hurst, Somerset Road, Edgbaston. 
Mod. IV.— II. House Prefect; Forty Cap Football and 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1900. Parent's Address. 

Farr, Reginald Percival ; born 1880. Swann. 

Son of Rev. G. I. Farr, County School, Llanrwst, N. Wales. 
Third Form — Mod. I. House Eleven Football. Left Easter 
1898. Parent' s Address. 

* Gale, Henry John Gordon ; born 1883. House. 

Son of Colonel W. A. Gale, R.E., Mhow, India. Class. 
Third — Army Side. House Prefect ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball ; Ledbury Cap. Left Easter 1900. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; R. G. A. 1892. 

92nd Company R.G.A., Trincotnali, Ceylon. 

* Gardner, Joseph; born 1880. Faber. 

Son of J. Gardner, The Thicket, Maidenhead, Berks. Class. 
Lower Vth— Vlth. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1899. 

Parent's Address* 

* Member of Old Malverniaa Society. 
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* Halss, Alfred Kennedon Jeffrey ; born 1880. Lyon. 

Son of A. H. Halse, Kenedon, School Road, Moseley, Bir- 
mingham. Mod. II.— Lower Mod. I. Left Easter 1897. 
Served with Queensland Mounted Infantry in the South African 
War. Parent's Address. 



Hart, Charles York ; born 1881. School House. 

Son of Dr. F. J. Hart, The Priory, Much Wenlock. Class. 
II I rd -Lower Yth. Second Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1899. Dead. 

* Hatch, William ; born 1881. Swann. 

Son of A. Hatch, Oldfield Park, Bath. Mod. IV.— Upper 
Mod. I. House Prefect. Left Chr. 1898. 

Solicitor. Parents Address. 



* Jackson, Stephen David ; born 1880. Toppin. 

Son of Rev. S. Jackson, Llangynwyd Vicarage, Bridgend. 
Class. Upper IVth— Lower Vth. Left Mids. 1898. 

Parent's Address. 

* Jameson, Arthur Henry Ronald Eustace; born 1880. Foster. 

c/o Major J. E. Jameson, M.P., House of Commons. Class. 
Upper Vth— Lower Vlth. Left Mids. 1898. 

The Grange, Totteridge, Herts. 

* Jameson, John Bond Cabbell Eustace; born 1881. Foster. 

Brother of above. Mod. I. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1898. The Grange, Totteridge, Herts. 



* Jones, Howard Percy ; born 1883. Swann. 

Son of E. O. Jones, Castlefield, near Cardiff. Class. IHrd— 
Lower Vth. School Prefect ; Forty Cap Cricket and Foot- 
ball. Left Chr. 1901. 

In a firm of Insurance Brokers at Lloyds. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Kempson, George Chester Douglas; born 1879. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. Kempson, Alexandra House, Dover. Mod. III. 
— Army Side. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1897. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst; 1st East Lancashire Regiment 1900; 
served in the South African War 1900-2. 

Portobello Barracks, Dublin. 

1$ Kenny, William George Stanhope; born 1881. Lyon. 

Exhibitioner. Son of Lieut. -Colonel E. E. Kenny, 1 Esmond 
Road, Chiswick, Middlesex. Army Side. House Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1897. 

R.M.C., Sandhurst; 2nd Battalion Hants Regiment; served 
in the South African War 1 900-1 ; Indian Army 1902. 

2nd Batt. 39M Garhwal Rifles, Lansdowne, Garhwal, U. P. t India. 

Lane, Percy Ernald ; born 1880. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. C.N. Lane, Whiston Hall, Albrighton, Wolver- 
hampton. Third Form— Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1897. 

f Parent's Address. 

Llewellyn, William Wynn ; born 1881. Swann. 

Son of E. H. Llewellyn, Langford Court, near Bristol. 
Mod. IV. — Lower Mod. II. House Eleven Football. Forty 
Cap Cricket. Left Mids. 1898. 
Prince Albert's Somersetshire Light Infantry 1904. 

Parent 1 s Address. 

Lushington, Charles Fyers ; born 1881. Foster. 

Son of C. M. Lushington, Trincomali, Ceylon. Class. 
Upper IVth — Mod. II. House Eleven Cricket and Football. 
Left Mids. 1898. Parent's Address. 

* Mace, Christopher Waterman ; born 1879. Salisbury. 

Son of Rev. J. C. Mace, All Saints Lodge, Hawley, Black- 
water, Hants. Mod. III. — I. Gymnasium Four. Left 
Easter 1897. 
University College, Bristol ; Assistant Master, Christ's College, 
Black heath. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. + Last address known to Editor. 



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McCleverty, Patrick Hope ; born 1880. Lyoti. 

Son of Colonel J. McCleverty, Normanton Barracks, Derby. 

Army Side. School Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left 

Mids. 1899. 

Indian Army. Parent's Address. 



McKenzie, Charles Fraser ; born 1882. School House. 

Son of G. K. McKenzie, Portland Road, West Brighton. 
Class. Junior School— Lower Vth. Left Mids. 1897. 

*Meiklbjon, James Ross Conrad ; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of J. Meiklejon, Dalkeith, Edinburgh. Army Side. 
House Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Chr. 1900. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst ; 1st Batt. The Border Regiment, 1903. 

15/ Border Regiment, Crownhill, R. S. 0., Devon. 

Case-Morris, Cecil Walker ; born 1880. Swantt. 

Son of T. Case-Morris, Grove House, Weston Park, Bath. 
Class. Lower I Vth — Upper I Vth. House Eleven Football. 
Left Chr. 1897. 

Royal West Kent Regiment 1901 ; served in the South African 
War 1902. c\o Messrs. Cox &*Co. t Charing Cross, S. W. 

* Newton, Haydn; born 1881. Day Boy. 

Son of W. F. Newton, Freshford, Manby Road, Malvern. 
IHrd Form— Lower Mod. I. Left Chr. 1899. 

Cape Mounted Rifles. Parent's Address. 

# Nicholson, Joseph Sinclair ; born 1882. Swann. 

Son of D. Nicholson, Rocklands, St. Lawrence, Isle-of- Wight. 
Junior School — Upper Vth. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1901. 

Oriel College, Oxford. Pare/it's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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# Nicholson, Daniel Howard Sinclair; born 1883. Swann. 

Brother of above. Class. Junior School — Remove. House 
Prefect ; Forty Cap Football. Left Easter 1901. 

Oriel College, Oxford ; Third Class Law Finals ; B.A. 1904 ; 
Articled to Solicitor. Parents Address, 



Nothwanger, Charles Herman ; born 188 1. Foster. 

Son of R. C. Nothwanger, Deneholme, Clayton Road, 
Newcastle. Mod. II. Left Chr. 1900. 
Clerk in Ship Broker's Office. Parents Address. 

* Parsons, John Alfred ; born 1881. Spear, 

Son of Bernard Parsons, Horsehills, Horley, Surrey. Mod. 
III. — Lower Mod. II. Left Mids. 1897. 

Brewer. Automobile Club, 119 Piccadilly, W. 

* Pblly, Vivian Gurney; born 1881. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. J. G. Pelly, Theydon Place, Epping, Essex. 
Mod. IV— Lower Mod. III. House Eleven Football. Left 
Easter 1899. Parent's Address. 

* Pollock, Matthew Grant; born 1880. School House. 

Son of J. G. Pollock, Oatlands, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin. Army 
Side. Second Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1897. 
R. E. cjo Messrs. Cox &>Co., 16 Charing Cross, S.W. 

#Post, Reginald Morris ; born 1881. House. 

c/o Miss de Montgeore, The Bartons, Tetbury, Gloucester- 
shire. Lower Mod. I. — Mod. I. Left Chr. 1897. 

\The Consulate, Pau. 

Reynolds, Cecil Edward ; born 1879. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Shadforth, 58 Montague Square, London. 
Class. Shell B. Left Chr. 1895. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society, f Last address known to Editor. 



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Ricketts, Lawrence ; born 1879. House. 

Son of Major E. B. Ricketts, Woking, Surrey. Army Side. 
Left Chr. 1896. 
Royal Garrison Regiment, 1903. 

* Ross, Arthur Justin; born 1 88 1. House. 

Son of G. A. E. Ross, 101 Warwick Road, London, S.W. 
Army Side. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Chr. 1898. 

R. E. Mian Mir, Punjab, India. 

* Sanderson, Gerald Barry ; born 1 88 1. Lygon Scholar. Toppin. 

Son of Mrs. Sanderson, 11 Regent Street, Coventry. Class, 
Upper Vth — Sixth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket; 
Martin History; Lea Shakespeare; Ingleby Prize. Left 
Mids. 1900. 

Scholar of Brasenose College, Oxford; First Class Classical 
Mods. ; Second Class Lit. Hum. ; B.A. ; Oxford University 
Golf Team ; Assistant Master at Malvern College, 1904. 

Malvern College. 

Scallon, Harold Edward I born 1886. Day Boy. 

Son of E. B. Scallon, St. Martin's,. Malvern. Class. Junior 
School — Sixth. Junior Chapel Prefect. Still in School. 

Schnadhorst, Frank Gladstone ; born 1880. Spear. 

Son of F. Schnadhorst, c/o E. E. Schnadhorst, no Cannon 
Street, London, E.C. Class. Shell — Middle Vth. Left 
Mids. 1897. 

Served in the South African War with Kitchener's Fighting 
Scouts, and was killed in action. The Sedilia in Chapel were 
erected in his memory. 

*Sitwell, Willoughby Hurt ; born 1881. Toppin. 

Son of W. H. H. Sitwell, J. P., Ferney Hall, Craven Arms, 
Salop. Mod. II. First Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1900. 

Royal Field Artillery. Jubbulpore, C.P., India. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Skrine, Ralph Hanham ; born 1881. Toppin. 

Son of D. W. H. Skrine, Hinton House, Twyford, Berks. 
Class. Shell— Lower Vlth. School Prefect ; Second Eleven 
Cricket and Football ; Ledbury Cap ; Lieut, in Corps. Left 
Mids. 1900. 
Assistant in Messrs. Skrine & Co.'s, Colombo. 

The Albany, Cinnamore Gardens, Colombo. 

* Smith, William Henry Stewart; born 1 881. Minor Scholar. Spear. 

Son of W. H. Smith, Summerhill, Kidderminster. Class. 
Lower Vth— Vlth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket 
and Football. Left Mids. 1900. 

Exhibitioner, St. Peter's College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 



Todd, Gerald Frederick ; born 1 88 1. Spear. 

Son of W. A. Todd, Hunt worth, Stoke Bishop. Modern IV. 
—III. Left Easter 1896. 
Associate of the Chartered Accountants. 

Portishead House, Portishead. 



# Venning, James Arthur ; born 188 1. Fader. 

Son of J. J. E. Venning, Stoke, Devonport. Class. Shell — 
Upper Vth. House Prefect ; Forty Cap Cricket ; House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1899. 

Trinity College, Cambridge ; Second Class Natural Science 
Tripos; B.A. 1902; Medical Student, St. George's Hospital. 

73 Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, JV. 

* Walker, Norman Duguid ; born 1880. Foundation Scholar. Spear. 

Son of J. D. Walker, 21 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Class. Lower Vth — Math. Vlth. House Prefect. Left 
Mids 1899. 

Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. (19th Wrangler) 1902; 
LL.B. 1903 ; Solicitor 1905. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Walker, Gilbert ; born 1 88 1. School House. 

Son of Colonel H. G. O. Walker, Lee Ford, Budleigh- 
Salterton, Devon. Class. Lower IVth — Vlth. House 
Prefect. Left Easter 1900. 

University College, Oxford ; B.A. 1903 ; Engineer on L. & 
S.W. Railway. Parent's Address. 

Warner, Stephen Alfred ; born 1880. Lyon. 

Son of A. E. Warner, 22 John Street, Bedford Row, W.C. 
Class. Shell— Lower Sixth. House Prefect; House Eleven 
Cricket ; Forty Cap Football. Left Chr. 1899. 

Lincoln College, Oxford ; Third Class Modern History ; B.A. 
1903 ; Articled to a Solicitor. Parent* s Address. 

Wbbb, Charles Heathcote; born 1878 Faber. 

Son of J. Webb, Melton Ross, Barnetby Junction, Lincoln. 
Class. Upper IVth— Middle Vth. Left Easter 1898. 

Dead. 

* Weston, John Cecil ; born 1881. Foster. 

Son of C. H. Weston, c/o Messrs. Stuckey's Banking Co., 
Ltd., Milsom Street, Bath. Class. Lower IVth— Lower Vth. 
Left Mids. 1898. 

King's College, Cambridge ; Third Class History Tripos ; B.A. 
1904. Ensleigh, Grayshott, Haslemere. 

* Wilberforce, Harold Hartley; born 1881. Faber. 

Son of W. W. Wilberforce, Millfield, York. Class. Shell— 
Vlth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 
1900. 

Classical Scholar, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge ; Third 
Class Classical Tripos; Third Class Honours Law Tripos 
1904 ; Articled to Solicitors. Fulford, York. 

* Woodward, Herbert Arthur Roland ; born 1878. Salisbury. 

Son of R. Woodward, Whitville, Kidderminster. Class. 
Lower Vth — Remove. School Prefect ; First Eleven Foot- 
ball ; Forty Cap Cricket. Left Mids. 1898. Parent's Address 

* 

* Member of Old Malvernlan Society. 



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Entries in January, 1896. 

* Balfour-Melville, James Elliot ; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of Leslie Balfour-Melville, 4 Thistle Court, Edinburgh. 
Class. Upper IVth— Vth. School Prefect; First Eleven 
Football (capt.) ; First Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1901. 

Oriel College, Oxford ; Capt. University Assoc. Team 1904. 

Parents Address. 

*Bbazley, Arthur Tetley ; born 1881. House. 

Son of J. H. Beazley, Oak Dene, Noctorum, near Birkenhead. 
Mod. II.— I. House Prefect. Left Chr. 1898. 

Victoria University, B. Sc. 1902 ; Electrical Engineer ; at 
present in office of British Thomson- Houston Co., Ltd., 
Rugby. 1 Elborow Street, Rugby . 

* Clayton, Thomas Blyth ; born 1882. Spear. 

Son of T. Clayton, The Cedars, Castle Bromwich. Junior 
School— Mod. II. Shooting Eight. Left Chr. 1899 

Canal Carrier and General Merchant. 

The Laurels, Castle Bromwich. 

* Crowther, William ; born 1880. Spear. 

Son of W. M. Crowther, Field House, Gomersal, Leeds. 
Mod. III. — Lower Mod. II. House Eleven Football. Left 
Chr. 1898. 
Sulphuric Manufacturer. Parent's Address. 

Daniell, John Acheson Staines ; born 1882. School House. 

Son of Mrs. W. S. Daniell, Ardmore, Londonderry, Ireland. 
Mod. IV. — Army Side. House Prefect ; Shooting Eight. 
Left Chr. 1899. 

The King's Own (Yorkshire L. I.) 1904. Parent's Address* 

Dawes, George Byron Sandell ; born 1883. Spear. 

Son of G. W. Dawes, 5 Lothbury, London, E.G. Mod. IV. 
—I. Left Easter 1900. 

* Member of Old Malveruian Society. 



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* Doveton, Douglas Hodson ; born 1881. School House. 

Mod. II.— I. School Prefect ; Shooting Eight (capt ) ; Lieut, 
in Corps. Left Mids. 1899. \Box 1091, Johannesburg, S. Africa. 



* Dun kerley, Roy lance; born 188 1. . Swann. 

Son of Mrs. Pun kerley, Hurst Dale, Bowdon, Cheshire. 
Mod. IV. — II. House Prefect; House Eleven Football. 
Left Easter 1901. 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* Harden, William George; born 1879. Spear. 

Son of E. Harden, Bower Manor, Bridgwater. Mod. II. — 
Lower Mod. I. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1896. 
Solicitor. Burnham, Somerset. 



* Harrison, Francis Arthur; born 1881. Foster. 

Son of G. D. B. Harrison, 6 Lansdown Place, Victoria 
Square, Clifton. Class. Lower Vth— Matric. Class. School 
Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket and Football ; Gymnasium 
Four. Left Mids. 1899. Parent's Address. 

Harvey, John Noel; born 1880. Swann. 

Son of J. J. Harvey, The Grove, Kidderminster. Mod. III. 
— Lower Mod. II. Left Easter 1897. Parentis Address. 

Hinks, Leonard Stanley ; born 1882. Swann. 

Son of J. Hinks, J. P., Milverton Lawn, Leamington. Mod. 
III.— Class. Shell. School Prefect. Left Easter 1897. 

In business. Parent's Address. 



"Hitchcock, Humphry Knight ; born 1881. House. 

Son of Dr. C. K. Hitchcock, York Lunatic Hospital, 
Bootham, York. Lower I Vth. Left Mids. 1897. 

Parent* s Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. f Last address known to Editor. 



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Howell, Norman Elliot ; born 1882. School Houst. 

Son of Mrs. L. Howell, St. Vincent's, Cheriton Road, 

Radnor Park, Folkestone. : Class. Upper IVth— Vth. Left 

Chr. 1899. 

Indian Army, 82nd Punjabis. Belgaum, Madras. 

*Lockhart, John Fleming King ; born 1881. Foster. 

Son of L. C. Lock hart, Summerrods Rigg, Hexham. Class. 
Lower IVth— Lower Vth. Left Easter 1900. 

Royal Field Artillery. Parent's Address. 

Madeley, George Henry; born 1881. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Madeley, Worcester Park, Surrey. Class. 
Hlrd— Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1897. 

Royal Garrison Regiment 1903, Statiderton, Transvaal. 

* Parker, Harold Wyborn ; born 1880. Toppin. 

Son of S. H. Parker, Kans Katta, St. George's Terrace, 
Perth, W. Australia. Mod. III.— Lower Mod. I. House 
Prefect ; Forty Cap Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1898. 

Served in the South African War as Corporal 5th West 
Australian M. I., and with the Field Intelligence Department ; 
now Stockman. Beringarra Station, via Yalgoo % W. Australia. 



M Parker, Hubert Stanley Wyborn ; born 1883. Toppin. 

Brother of above. Lower IVth — Lower Mod. II. Left 
Mids 1899. Parent's Address. 

Paynter, Edwin Coleman; born 1881. Foster. 

• Son of H. A. Paynter, Freelands, Alnwick. Mod. III. — 

Lower Mod. II. Left Mids. 1897. 
Served in 42nd Company I. Y. South African War 1901-2 ; 
Articled Clerk to Forster & Paynter, Solicitors, Alnwick. 

Parents Address, 

, , . * Member of Old Malvernian Society, 



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Pearson, Maxwell Colquhoun; born 1881. School House. 

Son of Mrs. W. M. Pearson, Walkinshaw, Renfrew, Scotland 
Illrd form— Mod. IV. Left Chr. 1896. 

^Pelling, Robert; born 1882. Salisbury. 

Son of T. L. Pelling, Fernleigh, Poplar Road, Oxton. 
Birkenhead. Mod. III.— II. Left Easter 1899. 

Parent's Address. 

* Pratt, Bickerton ; born 1880. House. 

Son of Bickerton Pratt, Roughton, Caerleon, Mon. Lower 
Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. Left Easter 1898. 

Solicitor. 58 Lincoln' s Inn Fields, W. C. 

Pratt, Bernard William Harries; born 1881. House. 

Brother of above. Mod. III. — Mod. I. Left Mids. 1898. 

Solicitor 1905. Parents Address, 

■ 

Pratt, Edward Spencer ; born 1882. House. 

Brother of above. Mod. IV. — Mod. I. House Prefect; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1899. 

Articled to Solicitor. Parent's Address. 

* Rawlins, Montagu Napier Macdonell ; born 1882. Faber. 

Son of Major-General A. M. Rawlins, Brynog, Falsam, 
South Wales. Mod. IV. — Lower Mod. II. Left Easter 1899. 

t9 Curzon Street, May fair, W* 

* Robson, Edward Gleadall Uphill ; born 1881. School House. 

Son of Thomas Robson, Uphill House, Finchley New Road, 
N.W. Class. Lower IVth— Upper Vth. School Prefect; 
First Eleven Football ; Forty Cap Cricket ; Lieut, in Corps. 
Left Mids. 190 1. 
Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1904. 

c/o Rev. T. F. U. Robson, Caister-on-Sea. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. f Last address known to Editor. 



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ttSiTZLBR, Lewis Ernest ; born 1881. School Homo. 

Son of L. P. Sitzler, Highbury House, Ewell Road, Surbiton. 
Mod. I. Left Mids. 1898. 

Engineer. Parents Address. 

Smith, Fraacis Henry ; born 1882. Swann. 

Son of Rev. H. Smith, 8 Harvey Road, Cambridge. Third 
Form. Left Easter 1898. Parents Address. 

* Stearns, Harold Ernest; born 1881. Lyon. 

Son of E. F. Stearns, Lawn Bank, Teddington. Mod. II. — I. 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1896. 

Agent to Irowaldtswerke, of Kiel, Germany. Parent's Address. 

*Todd, Aubrey Marshall ; born 1881. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. T. M. Todd, Ham Hill, Worcester. Army Side 
— Upper Vth. School Prefect; First Eleven Football; 
Second Eleven Cricket ; Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1900. 
Christ Church, Oxford ; Third Class Honours Law 1904 ; 
played for Oxford v. Cambridge, Association Football 1902-4. 

Ham Hill, Worcester. 

Waln, Charles Graves Ambrose; born 1881. House. 

Son of Mrs. Grace M. Wain, care of J. G. Bull, Brom- 
borough. Lower Mod. II. — Mod. II. Left Mids. 1897. 

Died 1897. 

* Wallis- Wilson, Alleyne; born 1882. School House. 

Son of R. B. Wallis- Wilson, Newbold Beeches, Leamington. 
Mod. IV.— Army Side. Left Easter 1898. 

Agricultural College, Cirencester ; now in South Africa. 

Parent's Address, 



Entries in May, 1896. 

Baines, Henry Parkyns Bridge; born 1881. Lyon. 

Son of A. Baines, Uley House, near Dursley, Gloucester- 
shire. Mod. IV.— Lower Mod. II. Left Easter 1898. 

Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
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Beaven, Reginald Albert Gardner ; born 1880. Toppin. 

Son of A. J. Beaven, Gotley Lodge, Brislington, Bristol. 
Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. House Eleven Cricket and Foot- 
ball. Left Easter 1898. Parent's Address. 

Galloway, John; born 1881. School House. 

Son of J. W. Galloway, St. Andrew's House, Ayr. Mod. 
III. — I. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football ; Shooting 
Eight. Left Easter 1900. 

Mining Engineer. 11 Park View, Wallsendon-Tyne. 

# Graeme, Alick William Sutherland; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of A. M. Sutherland Graeme, Graemeshall, Orkney. 
Class. Lower IVth— Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1899. 

L. & N. W. Railway Co., Loco. Dept., Crewe. Parent's Address. 

Hoare, Ralph Francis ; born 1881. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. Margaret Hoare, Campden, Glos. Lower Mod. 
III. Left Chr. 1898. 

Dead. 

* Homan, Miles Leslie ; born 1880. Salisbury. 

Son of G. W. Homan, Redcourt, Lichfield. Mod. III. — II. 
Left Chr. 1898. Parent's Address. 

Hunt, George Ward ; born 1881. Foster. 

Son of George E. Hunt, Wadenhoe, Northants. Mod. IV. 
— Lower Mod. I. Forty Cap Football ; Ledbury Cap. Left 
Mids. 1900. 
Served with 3rd Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment in 
South Africa, 1901. Bordon Camp % East Liss, Hants. 

*Kyngdon, William Frederick Robert ; born 1881. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. A , J . Kyngdon, 24 Queen Victoria Street, Mansion 
House, E.C Mod. II. — I. School Prefect ; Second Eleven 
Cricket ; Fcrty Cap Football. Left Mids. 1900. 

Royal Artillery. Parent's Address. 

♦ Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Milner-Jonbs, Francis Edward ; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of E. Milner-Jones, Llandovery, South Wales. Class. 
Middle Vth— Vlth. House Prefect. 

Army Service Corps. Army Service Corps, Woolwich. 

Mitford, Robert Cyril ; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of R. S. Mitford, 35 Redcliffe Square, S. Kensington, 
S.W. Class. Lower Vth — Remove. House Prefect. Left 
Mids. 1900. Parent's Address. 



Moilliett, Alexander Keir ; born 1880. Day Boy. 

Son of J. K. Moilliett, Abbotsleigh, Malvern. Class. 
Upper Vth. Left Chr. 1898. Parent's Address. 

Murley, Reginald de Courcy ; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of Rev. J. J. Murley, St. Day Vicarage, Scorrier, R. S. O., 
Cornwall. Class. Lower I Vth — Remove. House Prefect. 
Left Easter 1900. Parent's Address. 

Pontipex, Herbert Arthur; born 1881. Foster. 

Son of A. Pontifex, J. P., Bressingham, Parkstone, Dorset. 
Class. Shell— Remove— Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1899. 

Died July 1903. 

Reid, James Cuninghame Corsane ; born 188 1. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Katherine Reid, 24 The Avenue, Eastbourne. 
Class Upper IVth— Remove. Left Easter 1898. 

Served in the South African War with Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders, and was killed in action. - 

Robinson, Charles Robert; born 1882. School House. 

Son of J. C. Robinson, Wroxham Lodge, St. Anne's Road, 
Eastbourne. Mod. III. -Lower Mod. I. Left Easter 1899. 

Trevena, Jevington Gardens, Eastbourne. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Sandpord, George Frederick Anderton ; born 1881. Spear. 

Son of Rev. G. W. Sand ford, The Parsonage, Langford, 
Bristol. Class. Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1898. 

Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester. 

Dagfields, Hatkerton, Nantwich. 



* Terrell, Edward Banfield ; born 1882. Exhibitioner. Lyon. 
Son of C. F. Terrell, Lyndhurst, Clevedon, Somerset. 
Mod. II.— Class. Lower Vlth. Left Chr. 1900. 
Bank Clerk. Parent's Address. 



Thornley, Hubert Gordon ; born 188 1. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. Thornley, Burlington House, Eastbourne. 
Third Form. Left Mids. 1896. 



*Tuff, Carl; born 188 1. Toppin. 

Son of Charles Tuff, M.P., Rochester. Mod. II. — I. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1899. 

In business. Linton Lodge, Gravesend, Kent. 



*Wbbb, Arthur Hall ; born 1881. Day Boy. 

Son of H. A. Webb, The Laurels, Stourbridge. Mod. III. 
— Lower Mod. I. Left Chr. 1899. Parents Address. 



White-Beor, Bertram Richard ; born 1884. Lyon. 

Son of Richard White-Beor, Swansea. Mod. HI. — II. 
Left Mids. 1898. 

Royal Field Artillery. Kumasi, W. Africa. 



*Whitworth, John ; born 1882. School House. 

Son of W. Whitworth, Lapworth, near Birmingham. Third 
Form — Lower Mod. III. Left Easter 1899. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvcrnian Society. 



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* Woodward, Charles Palgrave; born 1881. School House. 

Son of Robert Woodward, J. P., Arley Castle, Bewdley. 
Class. Middle Vth— Army Side. Left Mids. 1899. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst ; Indian Army, 41st Dogras. 

Parent's Address, 

*Young-Jamieson, Charles; born 1882. Toppin. 

Son of H. Young-Jamieson, J. P., Castle Hill, Bodmin. 
Lower Mod. III. — II. House Eleven Football. Left Easter 
1889. Parent's Address, 



Entries in September, 1896. 

Agar, Robert Charles Finlay ; born 1883. Faber. 

Care of A. G. Dickson, Adelaide Chambers, 52 Gracechurch 
Street, E.C. Mod. IV.— II. Army Side. Left Easter 1899. 

Parent's Address, 

* Alison, Charles Hugh; born 1882. Minor Scholar. Swann, 

Son of C. Alison, Somerset House, Glastonbury. Class. 
Middle Vth— Vlth. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket ; 
Forty Cap Football; School Fives Pair; Editor of Mai- 
vernian. Left Mids. 190 1. 

New College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

* Anderson, Paul Alexander ; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of A. C. Anderson, Ballymountain, Waterford. Class. 
Lower IVth — Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1901. 
Central College, London University ; First Class Certificate in 
Civil and Mechanical Engineering 1903 ; Engineer. 

Parents Address. 

Barton, Ralph Edward ; born 1882. Faher. 

Son of Colonel B. J. Barton, Green fort, Portsalon, Co. 
Donegal. Class. Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1898. 

8th Mountain Battery R. A. Rawal Pindi, Punjab. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Bell, Eric James ; born 1881. School House. 

Son of Mrs. J. A. Bell, care of Messrs. King & Co., Pall 
Mall.W. Army Side. Left Mids. 1898. 

Indian Army 1903. Parent's Address. 

w Burns; Richard Vernon Higgins ; born 1882. Faber. 

Son of S. T. H. Burne, Loynton Hall, Newport, Salop. 
Class. Upper IVth — Lower VI th. School Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Football ; Shooting Eight ; Lieut, in Corps. Left 
Mids. 190 1. 

Exhibitioner of Keble College, Oxford ; B. A. 1904, First Class 
Final School of Modern History. Parent's Address. 

*Carr, Lionel Bentley; born 1883. Toppin. 

Son of R. B. Carr, Cold Sprmgs, Buxton. ' Junior School — 
Lower Mod. II. Left Chr. 1899. Parent's Address. 

Clarke, Humphrey Tred way ; born 1881. Minor Scholar. Lyon. 

Son of T. S. Clarke, 14 Durham Terrace, Westbourne 

Gardens, W. Class. Middle Vth — Vlth. House Prefect ; 

Second Eleven Cricket and Football ; Ledbury Cap. Left 

Easter 1900. 
Cattle Ranching in Assiniboia, Canada. 
; . Eagle Butte, P.O., Medicine Hat, Assiniboia, Canada. 

Clarke, Maurice Tredway; born 1883. Exhibitioner. Lyon. 

Brother of above. Class. Lower Vth — Middle Vth. Left 
Mids. 1897. • • * - 

Classical Exhibitioner, St. Catherine's College, Cambridge, 
1902. Parent's Address. 

Collen, Philip E. ; born 1882. Faber. 

Care of H. Lathbury, 16 Cumberland Street, Manchester. 
Army Side. House Eleven Cricket; Forty Cap Football. 
Left Easter 1899. 

Cotching, Alec ; born 1880. House. 

Son of W. G. Cotching, Blagdon Hill, Taunton. Mod. III. 
— I. Left Chr. 1896. 

Electrical Engineer. 168 Jar vis Street, Toronto, Canada. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Curry, Matthew Harold ; born 1883. Day Boy — Spear. 

Son of M. Curry, 5 King's Gardens, Hove, Brighton. 
Second Form— Matriculation Class. Left Mids, 1900. 

King's College, London; Brush Electrical Engineering Com- 
pany, Loughborough. Parent's Address. 

Davis, Stanley Price; born 1 88 1. House. 

Care of W. C. Mitchell, Kemps ton, Beds. Mod. IV.— III. 
Left Mids. 1897. Guardian's Address. 

*Dyer, William Hardwicke ; born 1881. Spear. 

Son of Rev. H. M. Dyer, White Waltham Vicarage, Maiden- 

■ head. Class. Upper IVth — Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1899. 

Served with Imperial Yeomanry in the South African War; 
now farming. 

Gloucester, P.O. Essex, Thabanchu, 0. R. C, South Africa. 

* Edwards, Ivo Arthyr Ealey ; born 1881. Toppin. 

Son of H. E. Edwards, Riding, Mill-on-Tyne. Mod. III. 
— Lower Mod. I. House Prefect; Ledbury Cap. Left 
- Mids. 1898. 

R. G. A. Fort Wallington, Fareham, Hants. 

* Evans, William Harry Brereton ; born 1883. Toppin. 

Care of A. H. Evans, Horris Hill, Newtown, Newbury. 
Class. Shell — Lower Vlth. Senior Chapel Prefect; First 
Eleven Cricket (capt.) ; First Eleven Football; School 
Racquets Pair. Left Mids. 1901. 

Oriel College, Oxford ; represented Oxford University at 
Cricket and Football ; Egyptian Civil Service. Above Address. 

* Fearon, Leslie; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of F*. Fearon, 19 Longridge; Road, Earl's Court, S.W. 
Class. Shell— Vlth. School Prefect. Left Mids. 190 1. 

Clerk in H. B. Fearon & Sons, Wine Merchants. 
.w. . . . . Parent's Address* 

•• Member of Old Malveruiaa Society. 



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* Flower, Cecil Oswin; born 1881. Spear. 

Son of J. Flower, Basildon, Bexley, Kent. Mod. III. — 
Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1898. Parent's Address. 



* Foster, Geoffrey Norman ; born 1884. Foster. 

Son of Rev. H. Foster, 5 College Grounds, Malvern. Class. 
Lower IVth— Vlth. Senior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; School Racquets Pair 
1902-3-4 ; School Fives Pair 1901-4. Left Mids. 1904. 

Worcester College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

* Fostbr-Pbgg, William Horace ; born 1882. School House. 

Son of Rev. A. Foster-Pegg, St. Matthew's Rectory, St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea. Class. Lower IVth— Upper Vth. House 
Prefect. Left Mids. 1901. 

University College, Oxford; 8th Battalion Northamptonshire 
Militia. Parent's Address, 

Graham, Duncan Maclean ; born 1882. Swam. 

Son of J. M. Graham, Ashfield House, Neston, Cheshire. 
Mod. III. — I. Left Easter 1900. 

*Gray, Gabriel; born 1882. Lyo*. 

Son of Rev. J. B. Gray, Crick Rectory, Rugby. Class. 
Middle Vth-— Math. Vlth. Junior Chapel Prefect; First 
Eleven Football; Second Eleven Cricket; Dowdeswell 
Prize. Left Mids. 1901. 

Exhibitioner, Queens' College, Cambridge ; B. A. 1904 ; Junior 
Opt. ; Assistant Master at Heddon Court, Rosslyn Hill, 
Hampstead. Parent's Address. 

* Grundy, Norman Denis ; born 1882. House Scholar. School House, 

Son of Rev. C. H. Grundy, Brockley, S.E. Class. Middle 
Vth— Lower Vlth. Left Mids. 1899. 
Chartered Accountant. St. Peter's Vicarage, Brockley, S.E. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Guinness, William Ernest ; born 1882. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. R. Guinness, Market Harborough. Mod. IV. 
Left Mids. 1897. 

Served with the I. Y. in South Africa 1901 ; Manchester Regi- 
ment 1902. Manchester Regiment Barracks, Cork. 

*Gwynnb, Alfred H. Evans-; born 1882. School House. 

Son of Rev. G. Evans-Gwynne, Stamfordham Vicarage, 
Newcastle. Class. Shell— Upper Vth. 

18th Battery R. F. A. Kirkee, India. 

* Humphrys, Robert Arthur ; born 1881. Toppin. 

Son of Dr. C. B. Humphrys, Eagle House, Blandford. 
Class. Middle Vth— Lower Vlth. House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1899. 
University College, London ; Brush Electrical Engineering 
Works, Loughborough ; B. Sc, London University (Third 
Class Honours) ; Electrical Engineer. 

Craigholm, Lea Street, Kidderminster. 

James, Boucher Charlewood ; born 1882. House. 

Son of R. B. James, Hallsannerg, Bideford. Lower Mod. 
IV. — Mod. II. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1900. 

2nd Devonshire Regiment ; served in the South African War 
1901-2. B or don Camp, Liss, Hants. 

* Jones, Geoffrey Algernon; born 1882. House. 

Son of J. Jones, Williamstrip Park, Fairford, Gloucester- 
shire. Third Form — Upper IVth. Left Easter 1900. 

Cokethorpe Park, Witney. 

Kempson, Edward Chad Randall ; born 1881. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. E. M. Kempson, 77 Folkestone Road, Dover. 

Army Side. House Prefect ; Forty Cap Football. Left 

Chr 1898. 

Indian Army 1901. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society, 



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* Killby, Thomas Alfred ; born 1880. Spear. 

Son of T. Killby, 152 Highbury New Park, London. Lower 
Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. House Eleven Football. Left 
Chr. 1898. 

Medical Student at St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 

Parent's Address. 

Knyvett, William Alexander ; born 1882. School House. 

Son of A. V. Knyvett, CLE., Bengal Police, India. Army 
Class. Left Chr. 1899. 

Bengal Police. Chapra, Saran, Bengal, India. 

Marshall, Coleridge Cormock ; born 1883. Toppin. 

Son of W. N. C. Marshall, Treworgey, Liskeard, Cornwall. 
Lower Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. House Prefect; House 
Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1899. Parent 's Address. 

¥t Moffat, Harold Douglas; born 1882. Swann. 

Son of D. Moffat, 14 Chepstow Place, London, W. Class. 
Upper IVth— Vth. House Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1901. Parent's Address. 

* Moss-Blundell, Reginald Seymour; born 1882. Toppin. 

Son of A. S. Moss-Blundell, ■ Englefield Green, Surrey. 
Army Side— Matric. Class. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Chr. 1899. 

Served with Fincastle's Horse (31st Battalion I.Y.), South 
Africa ; Queen's Medal with two Clasps ; Prince of Wales' 
(South Lanes.) Regiment, 

c/o Messrs. Cox & Co., 16 Charing Cross, S. W. 

#Mozley, John Kenneth; born 1883. Swann. 

Son of J. R. Mozley, Holly Bank, Headingley, Leeds. 
Class. Upper Vth— Lower Vlth. Left Chr. 1898. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Newton, Robert ; born 1882. Toppin. 

Son of Robert Newton, Brookfield, Gosport, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. Class. Upper IVth— Upper Vth. Left Easter 1899. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; Manager of Brewery. 

Parent's Address. 

Norsworthy, Frederick William ; born 1882.* School House. 

Son of H. Norsworthy, Maidenhead. Mod. IV.— Low. 
Mod. I. Left Easter 1899. Parent's Address. 



•hO'Farrell, Ernest rjarward Mayhew; born 1882. Lyon. 

Son of Sir G. F. O'Farrell, 19 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin. 
Mod. IV.— II. Left Chr. 1898. 

87th Royal Irish Fusiliers. Parent's Address, 

kOxenham, Amyas Kenneth Nutcombe ; born 1882. Toppin. 

Minor Scholar. Son of Robert George Oxenham, 3 Baring 
Crescent, Exeter. Class. Middle Vth- -Upper Vth. House 
Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1901. 

New College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 



# Rogers, Reginald ; born 1882. Minor Scholar. Foster* 

Son of R. N. Rogers. Tremedden, Falmouth. Class. Middle 
Vth— Sixth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket.; First 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1901. 

Worcester College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

Scott, Godfrey James Douglas ; born 1883. Lyon. 

Son of J. D. Scott, 59 Rue Boissiere, Paris. Lower Mod. 
II. — Mod. I. Left Mids. 1899. 

Seymour, Darracott ; born 1882. Faher. 

Son of Mrs. Seymour, 19 Albert Hall Mansions, S.W. 
Class. Lower IVth— Shell. Left Chr. 1898. Dead. 

* Member of Old Malvcrnian Society. 



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* Sitzler, Henry Ferdinand ; born 1883. School House. 

Son of Mrs Sitzler, Highbnry House, Ewell Road, Surbiton. 
Mod. II.— Class. Vlth. Left Mids. 1901. 

University College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

Stanton, George Bidder; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of J. H. Stanton, Stubb House, Winston, Darlington. 
Class. Lower IVth— Middle Vth. School Prefect; House 
Eleven Football ; Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1900. 

Parent's Address. 

* Stork y, John de Raismes; born 1881. Salisbury. 

Son of E A. Storey, 508 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, New 
York. Third Form— Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1899. 

Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass. ; B.A. 1904 ; now studying 
Law at Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

#Symes, George Stewart; born 1882. Minor Scholar. House- 

Son of Lieut. -Colonel Symes, 71st Regiment. Class. Shell — 
Mod. I. House Eleven Cricket ; Forty Cap Football. Left 
Chr. 1898. 

1st Battalion Hampshire Regt. ; served in the South African 
War 1902 ; Aden Hinterland 1903-4 ; D.S.O. 

Victoria Barracks, Portsmouth. 

Thurlow, Charles Edward Cearges; born 1881. Toppin. 

Son of Mrs. Thurlow, Guildford. Army Side. Left Chr. 
1897. 

Keble College, Oxford. 

*Tindal- Atkinson, John Felix ; born 1881. School House. 

Son of E. Tindal- Atkinson, The Hall. Datchet, Windsor. 
Class. Shell—Lower Vlth. House Prefect. Left Easter 1900. 

New College, Oxford ; Third Class Honours (Law) 1904 ; 
Reading for the Bar. Parent's Address. 

•kTindal-Atkinson, Wilfred Percy ; born 1884. School House. 

Brother of above. Class. Illrd — Shell. Left Easter 1900. 

Medical Student, St. Thomas' Hospital. Sunningda/e, Berks. 
• Member of Old Malvenrfan Society. 



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*Twinch, John ; born 1881. S t e.,r. 

Son of J. Twinch, Cippenham Lodge, Slough. Mod. III. — 
Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1899. Parent's Address. 



jf Webb, Henry Atlay Gillum ; born 1883. School House. 

Son of Colonel H. Gillum Webb, Tewkesbury. Mod. III.— I. 
Left Mids. 1900. 

2nd Worcestershire Regiment, Bloemfontein, O. R. C , S. Africa. 



Wood, Denys Richard ; born 1881. Day Boy. 

Son of Rev. R. G. Wood, 1 The Birches, Malvern Link. 
Mod III. — II. Left Chr. 1897. Parent's Address. 



*Worsley, Arthur Edward; born 1882. Toppin. 

Son of Rev. E. Worsley, Evenley Vicarage, Brackley, 
Northants. Class. Upper Vth — Lower Sixth. Senior Chapel 
Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket (capt.) ; First Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1902. 

Magdalen College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 



* Wright-Ingle, Reginald Wright ; born 1882. Swann. 

Son of G. W. Wright-Ingle, Woodhouse, North Finchley. 
Second Form — Third. Left Mids. 1899. 

Parent's Address. 

* Wright-Ingle, Cecil Hubert ; born 1883. Swann. 

Brother of above. Second Form — Class. Upper Shell. 
School Prefect ; House Eleven Football ; Forty Cap Cricket ; 
Gymnasium Pair. Left Mids. 1903. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 



Wynne, Roland John ; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Wynne, Kingsgate House, Winchester. Class. 
Upper IVth— Vth. Left Easter 1900. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
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Entries in January, 1897. 

Andrew, Frank Atherley Winn ; born 1882. House. 

Son of E. Andrew, Winnfield, Putney Heath, S.W. Class. 
Lower IVth. Left Mids. 1898. 
Solicitor. Parent's Address. 

Barnett, Francis de Barry ; born 1883. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Barnett, Leeston, Malvern. Junior School — 
Mod. III. Left Mids. 1900. Parent' s Address. 

Brandreth, Henry Francis Houghton ; born 1881. Spear. 

Son of H. C. J. Brandreth, Houghton Hall, Dunstable. 
Class. Lower IVth — Shell. Left Mids. 1898. 

Parent's Address. 

*Charlesworth, William Harold; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of W. Charlesworth, Westhaye, Hawkchurch, Ax- 
minsfer, Devon. Army Side— Class. Lower Vth. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; Second Eleven Football ; 
Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1900. Parent's Address. 

*Coates, Robert ; born 1881. Swann. 

Son of John Coates, Sheriff Hutton Park, York. Class. 
Shell — Remove. Left Chr. 1899. Parent's Address. 

Dickson, Hamilton Campbell ; born 1882. School House. 

Son of A. G. Dickson, Adelaide Chambers, 52 Gracechurch 
Street, E.C. Mod. IV.— II. Left Easter 1898. 

Parent's Address. 

Dudley, Francis Guilford Waddell ; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of Rev. W. D. W. Dudley, St. Stephen's Vicarage, 
St. Albans. Class. Lower IVth — Upper IVth. Left 
Easter 1899. 

Architect, care of Sir Aston Webb, R. A., 19 Queen Anne's 
Gate, Westminster. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Ferguson, William Harry ; born 1883. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. E. L. Ferguson, 13 Rectory Road, Beckenham. 
Mod. IV. — Lower Mod. II. Left Mids. 1900. Parent's Address. 

Foley, Reginald Ernest Ion ; born 1881. Day Boy. 

Son of Capt. E. E. Foley, The Gables, Avenue Road, 
Malvern. Class. Upper I Vth— Lower Vth. Left Chr. 1897. 
Worcester College, Oxford. Parents Address. 

*Foy, John ; born 1883. Swann. 

Son of Mrs. Foy, Howard House, Howard Square, East- 
bourne. Mod. III.— Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1898. 

f Parent's Address. 

*Gray, George Robert; born 1883. House. 

Son of Mrs. C. M. Gray, Bathampton, East Knoyle, Salis- 
bury. Third Form — Lower Mod. I. House Prefect. Left 
Chr. 1900. 

Medical Student, Edinburgh University. Parent's Address. 

*Gunn, Henry Sommerville; born 1882. Swann. 

Son of Henry Wills Gunn, 4 Leigh Road, Clifton. Class. 
Upper I Vth — Upper Vth. House Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket ; Second Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1900. 

Care of W. D. & H. O. Wills' Branch of Imperial Tobacco 
Co. (Ltd.). Parent's Address. 

*Hann, Harold Brown; born 1883. Exhibitioner. Toppin. 

Son of E. M. Hann, The Oaklands, Aberaman, Aberdare, 
South Wales. Mod. III. — I. School Prefect ; House 
Eleven Football ; Chance Prize ; Lambert French Prize. 
Left Easter 1901. 
Articled to Solicitor. Parent's Address. 

* Heal, Ralph ; born 1882. Toppin. 

Son of A. Heal, Nower Hill, Pinner, Middlesex. Mod. IV. 
—Lower Mod. II. Left Mids. 1899. 

Bedding Manufacturer. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society, f Last address known to Editor. 



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*Kingsford, Geoffrey Neville; born 1882. Swann. 

Son of Mrs. Kingsford, Cowden, Edenbridge, Kent. Mod. 
IV. — I. House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1901. 

South Eastern Agricultural College, Wye; Associate of the 
Surveyors* Institution ; in business with City Surveyor. 

Parent's Address. 

Lee, John Pincke ; born 1884. Faber. 

Son of Rev. R. E. Lee, Holme Lacy, R. S. O., Herefordshire. 
Second Form — Mod. II. Left Chr. 1901. 

Estate Agent. Haigh Hall, Wigan, Lanes. 

McCleverty, Robert Jim ; born 1882. Lyon. 

Son pf Colonel J. McCleverty, care of Messrs. Cox & Co., 
16 Charing Cross, London. Army Side. House Prefect ; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1900. 

Indian Army. Parents Address. 

* Mellin, Gustave Lassen ; born 1882. Spear. 

Son of G. Mellin, Wickham Hall, West Wickham, near 
Beckenham. Mod. III. — Class. Upper Shell. School Prefect ; 
First Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football (capt.) ; Lieut, 
in Corps. Left Mids. 1902. 

Clare College, Cambridge; played Association Football for 
University (capt. 1904-5) ; in business. Parent's Address. 

* Michael, Cyril A. ; born 1881. Spear. 

Son of S. Michael, 4 Clarence Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London. Mod. III. — Lower Mod. I. Left Chr. 1898. 

Parent's Address. 

Murray, Arthur Hugh ; born 1880 School House. 

Son of Rev. R. P. Murray, Shapwick Vicarage, Blandford. 
Class. Lower IVth— Shell. Left Chr. 1897. Parent's Address. 

Thompson. Francis Charles ; born 1882. House. 

Son of F. R. Thompson, 68 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, 
W. Second Form — Class. Shell. House Prefect. Left 
Easter 1900. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malveroian Society. 



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* Vickers, Vincent Rawson Scott ; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of T. R. Vickers, Hollyberry Hall, near Coventry. 
Class. Lower IVth— Middle Vth. School Prefect: Forty 
Cap Football ; Ledbury Cap ; Gymnasium Four. Left Chr. 
1901. 
Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester; Diploma 1904; 
Farming. Parent" s Address. 

White, George Stanley ; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of Sir George White, Bart., Cotham House, Bristol. 

Junior School — Mod. III. Junior Gymnasium. Left Chr. 

1898. 

Stock Broker. Parent's Address. 



Entries in May, 1897. 

*Aitchison, George; born 1883. School House. 

Son of W. Aitchison, Briery hill, Hawick, Scotland. Upper 
Mod. II. Left Mids. 1899. 

Land Agent. Parents Address. 

* Banks, Robert George; born 1882. Swann. 

Son of Mrs. Banks, Woodsley Lodge, Leeds. Class. Lower 
IVth— Shell. Left Mids. 1901. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge. St. Catherine's, near Doncaster. 

* Barker, Michael George Henry; born 1884. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. F. E. Barker, The Priory, Glastonbury. Junior 
School — Matriculation Class. House Prefect. Left Easter 
1902. 

Served in the South African War with 2nd Battalion East Surrey 
Regiment 1902; Lincolnshire Regiment 1903. 

The Depdt, Lincoln. 

* Beaven, Lionel Albert Walter ; born 1882. Toppin. 

Son of A. J. Beaven, Gotley Lodge, Brislington, Bristol. 
Mod. IV.— II. Forty Cap Football ; Ledbury Cap. Left 
Mids. 1899. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Boyce, John Cottell ; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of T. Boyce, The Wick, Richmond Hill, Surrey. 
Mod. IV. — III. Left Mids. 1899. Parent's Address. 

* Cooper, Henry Alexander; born 1882. Salisbury. 

Son of A. H. Cooper, 54 Manor Place, Edinburgh. Mod. II. 
— Army Side. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1899. 

5th Lancers 1901. Parent's Address. 

Day, Noel ; born 1883. Lyon. 

Son of S. T. Day, 60 Kidbrook Park Road, Blackheath. 
Mod. III. — I. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Easter 1900. Died, April 1900. 

Fisher, James Thackeray ; born 1883. School House. 

Son of H. A. Fisher, Bramcote Hills, Nottingham. Class. 
Middle Vth — Army Side. Left Mids. 1902. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; R. E. 1904. Hong Kong. 

Galloway, George Paxton ; born 1883. School House. 

Son of J. W. Galloway, St. Andrew's House, Ayr. Mod. IV. 
— II. Left Easter 1900. 

Cattle Breeder. 
Paxton' s Ranch, Longfellow P. 0., Pecos Country, Texas, U.S.A. 

*Gutch, Hugh Frederic; born 1882. Faber. 

Son of F. M. W. Gutch, The Haye, Mappleborough, near 
Redditch. Mod. III. Left Mids. 1897. Parent's Address. 

* Halls, Henry Basil ; born 1882. Swarm. 

Son of H. Halls, The Chase, Ingatestone, Essex. Class. 
Shell — Remove. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1901. 
Oriel College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

* Hawkins, Arthur Stanley; born 1883. Lyon. 

Son of H. Hawkins, Rother field Grange, Reading. Army 
Side— Mod. II. 
Electrical Engineer. 15 Apsley Rood, Yarmouth. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Keeling, Edward Trowbridge; born 1882. House. 

Son of E. F. Keeling, 15 Kensington Park Gardens, W. 
Mod. IV. — Lower Mod. I. House Prefect; Second Eleven 
Cricket. Lett Mids 1901. 

Mechanical Engineer. Died 1904. 



*More, John Walter ; born 1883. Foster — Bullock. 

Son of J. More, Cleveland Lodge, South Woodford, Essex. 
Mod. IV. — II. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1901. 16 Beaufort Rood, Edgbaston. 



*More, Lawrence Dudley; born 1884. Bullock. 

Brother of above. Second Form— Lower Mod. II. House 
Prefect. Left Mids. 1002. 

Studied at Bonn a/m Rhine ; now with German Atlantic Cable 
Company in Cologne. Parent's Address. 



*Nicholls, Ernest Puleston ; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of Lieut. -Col. William Nicholls, Southfield, Bickley, 
Kent. Class. Lower I Vth— Middle Vth. School Prefect ; 
First Eleven Football; Forty Cap Cricket; Champion 
Athlete ; Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1902. 

Brasenose College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 



Nickels, Thomas Albert ; born 1882. Spear. 

Son of T. Nickels, West Bank, Dacre Hill, Rock Ferry, 
Birkenhead. Mod. IV.— III. Left Chr. 1898. 

Parent's Add) ess. 

* Osborne, Claude Hamilton; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of Hamilton Osborne, 23 Ovington Square, London, S.W. 
Army Side — Lower Mod. I. House Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1901. 

Bangaroo, Canowindra, Australia. 
* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Palmer, Charles Hedley ; born 1882. Fdber. 

Son of C. G. Palmer, 104 Alleyn Road, Dulwich, S.E. Class. 
Lower IVth— Army Side. Left Chr. 1899. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; R. E. 1901. Mauritius. 



Ridley-Shield, Cyril ; born 1880. Foster. 

Son of J. Ridley -Shield, Cardew, Alresford, Hants. Class. 
Lower IVth— Shell. Left Mids. 1899. Parent's Address. 



Roberts, James Beachcroft ; born 1882. House. 

Son of J. W. Roberts, Westfield, Kersal, Manchester. 
Class. Shell — Lower Vth. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1899. 

St. John's College, Oxford ; B.A. 1904 ; Schoolmaster. 

Parent's Address. 

# Robinson, Edward Humphrys; born 1883. School House. 

Son of J. C. Robinson, Bransbury, Woking. Mod. III. — 
Lower Mod. II. Left Chr. 1899. 

Suffolk Artillery (Militia). Parent's Address, 

* Roth well, Cecil Francis Udny ; born 1883. Spear. 

Son of G. Roth well, Warwick Lodge, Bexley, Kent. IHrd — 
Class. Middle IVth. Left Mids. 1900. 

Kingston Lodge, Richmond Place, Brighton. 

Smith, Ronald James Evans ; born 1882. Lyon. 

Son of G. F. Smith, 155 Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. 
Second Form — Mod. IV. Left Mids. 1898. Parent's Address. 

Strode, Graeme Winstanley ; born 1883. Spear. 

Son of W. W. Strode, Bankside, Leigham Court Road, 
Streatham, S.W. Mod. IV.— II. Left Chr. 1898. 

R. N. E. College, Keyham ; Engineer. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Tate, Thomas Bailey ; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of T. Tate, Bank House, Acklington, Northumberland. 
Army Side. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1901. 

R. I. E. C, Cooper's Hill ; Indian P.W.D. Parent's Address. 

*Walford, John Berry; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of J. B. Walford, The Chapel, Abergavenny. Mod. IV. 
— I. Left Chr. 1900. 

Engineer; in Ortona Motor Company's Works, Egham, 
Surrey. 1 High Street, Egham, Surrey. 

Woollcombe, Louis Douglas ; born 1882. Spear. 

Son of H. L. Woollcombe, Ashbury, North Devon. Upper 
Mod. II. — Class. Shell. House Prefect; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Easter 1900. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst ; Devonshire Regiment 1902. 

2nd Devonshire Regiment, North Raglan Barracks, Devonport. 



Entries in September, 1897. 

Abercrombie, Ralph ; born 1883. House. 

Son of W. Abercrombie, Brooklands, Cheshire. Class. 
Shell— Lower Vlth. Left Mids. 1900. Parent's Address. 

*Aubertin, Thomas; born 1884. Minor Scholar. Lyon. 

Son of Lieut. S. D Aubertin, R.N. (retired), Frilford House, 
near Abingdon. Mod I. — Science Form. Junior Chapel 
Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; Forty Cap Football ; 
Shooting Eight ; Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1903. 

Exhibitioner (Natural Science), Keble College, Oxford ; Brase- 
nose College, Oxford, 11 Cumberland Road, Kew. 

* Barnes, Alfred Atkinson; born 1882. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. Barnes, Boom House, Brackley. Class. Shell — 
Mod. I. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; Forty 
Cap Cricket ; Champion Athlete 1901 ; Ledbury Caps 1900-1 ; 
Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1901. 

Civil Engineer. c\o New Egyptian Company, Cairo % Egypt. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Bassett, Lucian Tindall ; born 1882. House. 

Son of F. Bassett, The Knolls, Leighton Buzzard. Class. 
Lower IVth — Middle IVth. House Eleven Football ; Ledbury 
Cap. Left Mids. 1899. Morgenster, Winbing, O. R. C. 

*Bazeley, William Nelson; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of H. M. Bazeley, Belvoir, Bideford, North Devon. 
Class. Lower IVth — Shell. School Prefect; House Eleven 
Football ; Ledbury Cap. Left Easter 1902. 

Articled Clerk. Parent's Address. 

* Birch, James Ragland ; born 1883. House Scholar. School House. 

Son of Rev. W. F. Birch, St. Saviour's Rectory, Plymouth 
Grove, Manchester. Class. Upper IVth — Math. VI th. 
School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; House Eleven 
Cricket ; Ledbury Cap. Left Mids. 1902. 

Exhibitioner of Clare College, Cambridge; B.A. 1905, 29th 
Wrangler. Parent's Address. 

* Bird, Wilfred Stanley ; born 1883. School House. 

Son of Rev. H. G. Bird, St. Andrew's Vicarage, Uxbridge. 
Class Shell — Remove. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; Lieut, in Corps. Left 
Mids. 1902. 
New College, Oxford ; played Cricket for Oxford v. Cambridge 
1904-5. Parent's Address. 

Birks, Thomas Rawson ; born 1882. School House. 

Son of T. Birks, Oakleigh, Worksop. Mod. IV. Left Mids. 
1898. Parent's Address. 

* Brougham, James Henry Chamberlain; born 1882. Toppin. 

Son of J. C. Brougham, Elmwood, Hackbridge, Surrey. 
Mod. IV.— II. School Prefect; First Eleven Football. 
Left Chr. 1900. Parent's Address. 

Bunbury, Gerald Bruce St. Pierre ; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of Major W. St. P. Bunbury, Charlton, Kent. Army 
Side. Left Mids. 1899. 
Indian Army. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Campbell, Spencer Bertie Cyril; born 1883. Senior Scholar. House. 
Son of Major Reginald Campbell, 24th South Wales Borderers. 
Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; Latin Prose ; Latin Verse ; 
Beauchamp Divinity Prize ; Ingleby Prize ; Leaving Scholar- 
ship. Left Mids. 1902. 

Scholar of Keble College, Oxford. 16 Eaton Gardens, Hove. 

*Catford, George Alfred ; born 1883. Minor Scholar. Swann. 
Son of Mrs. Catford, 14 Oakwood Avenue, Beckenham. 
Class. Middle Vth — Mod. I. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1901. 

In Ironworks at Oldham. 137 Windsor Road, Oldham, Lanes. 

Chai, Montri. Day Boy. 

Lower Mod. II.— Mod. II. Left Mids. 1898. Died at Oxford. 

Cobb, Reginald Anthony ; born 1883. House Scholar. Swann. 

Son of A. B. Cobb, 29 Dalby Square, Margate. Class. 
Upper Vth — Vlth. Latin Verse. Left Mids. 1900. 

*Cowie, William Patrick ; born 1884. Faber. 

Son of G. Cowie, 11 Courtfield Road, South Kensington. 
Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; Forty Cap 
Cricket and Football; School Racquets Pair. Left Mids. 
1903. 
Corpus College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

Cuninghame, Gabriel ; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of Colonel W. Cuninghame, Belmont, Ayr. IHrd — 
Class. Middle IVth. Left Easter 1900. 

Learning Farming. Belmont, Ayr, Scotland. 

Darling, Leslie James , born 1883. Spear. 

Son of J. Darling, Longdon Hall, Rugeley. Mod. IV. — 
Lower Mod. III. Left Chr. 1899. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Dick-Lauder, John North Dalrymple; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of Lady Anne Dick-Lauder, 13 Grosvenor Crescent, 
Edinburgh. Mod. III.— II. Left Chr. 1899. 
Indian Army. Parent's Address. 

Eldred, Hubert W. ; born 1883. Salisbury. 

Son of H. H. Eldred, care of Messrs. Brown, Shipley, & Co., 
Lothbury, E.C. Mod. IV. Left Chr. 1897. 

Parent's Address. 

* Faber, Stanley Colt ; born 1883. Faber. 

Son of Rev. H. M. Faber, 1 College Grounds, Malvern. 
Army Side. Left Chr. 1899. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; R. F. A. Chapel town Barracks. 

Gallop, John Winnington ; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. C. Gallop, 8 Worley Road, St. Albans. Mod. 
III.— Army Side. Left Chr. 1899. 

Merchant Service. Parent's Address. 

* Gardner, George Henry ; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of R. Gardner, Ashley, Clyde Road, Dublin. Class. 
Lower IVth — Army Side. House Prefect. Left Easter 1902. 

21st (Empress of India's) Lancers. Cavalry Barracks, Hounslow. 

* Gibson, Arthur Clare Vernon ; born 1884. House. 

Son of A. H. Gibson, High field House, Moseley, Birmingham. 
Class. Middle Vth— Army Side. Left Chr. 1901. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; R. G. A., December 1903. 

St. George's, Bermuda. 

*Gore, Frederick Lawrence; born 1884. Foster. 

Son of J. L. Gore, Sill wood Hall, Brighton. Class. Lower 
IVth — Army Side. Left Chr. 1901. 

Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment). 

Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Graham, James Douglas ; born 1881. Swann. 

Son of Rev. H. J. Graham, The Mount School, St. Leonard 's- 
on-Sea Lower Mod. II.— Mod. II. Left Chr. 1897. 

Parents Address. 

Haggie, Kenneth ; born 1883. Salisbury. 

Son of D. H. Haggie, Seaforth, Sunderland. Mod. III. 
Left Chr. 1897. Dead. 

*Hill, Arthur Britton ; born 1883. House, 

Son of Mrs. Hill, Hasledene, Exmouth, Devon. Class. 
Upper IVth— Lower Mod. II. House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Chr. 1900. 

Hardwick Vicarage, Clifford, R.S.O., Herefordshire. 

*Hill, Henry Wilmot; born 1883. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. H. A. Hill, Dulas, West Malvern. Class. 
Upper Vth— Vlth. House Prefect. 

Christ Church, Oxford. Parents Address. 

* Hill, John Norman ; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of John Hill, Brockley, Saltburn-by-Sea. Upper 
Mod. III. — Army Side. Left Mids. 1901. 
In Iron Plate Mills at Middlesborough. Parents Address. 

* Hooper, Evelyn Percy Shelton ; born 1883. Spear. 

Mod. III.— Lower Mod. I. House Eleven Football. Left 
Chr. 1900. 

In Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank. 

c\o Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank, Hong Kong. 

* Hope, Henry Norman ; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of A. Hope, Raincliff, Pleasant Point, Canterbury, New 
Zealand. Second Form — Upper Mod. II. Left Mids. 1902. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; Farming in New Zealand. 

20 Castle Street, Liverpool. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
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* Hughes, Vivian de Courcy ; born 1883. Toppin. 

Son of Capt. J. de C. Hughes, Abbey leix, Ireland. Class. 
Lower I Vth — Middle Shell. Forty Cap Cricket. Left 
Mids. 1 90 1. 

Jesus College, Cambridge. Moygaddy, Maynooth, Ireland. 

* Jackson, Cecil George Hardwicke; born 1883. Lyon. 

Son of Lieut. -Colonel W. H. H. Jackson. Class. Lower Vth — 
Lower Vlth. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; 
Ledbury Cap. Left Mids. 1902. 

Oriel College, Oxford. 43 Church Street, Egremont, Cheshire. 

* Jacomb, Frederick Bernard ; born 1882. Day Boy — School House. 

Care of Mrs. C. W. Lea, Eastbury Manor, Worcester. 

R. I. E. C, Cooper's Hill; Egyptian Irrigation Service. 

Egyptian Irrigation Department, Assiout, Egypt. 

* James, Robert Alexander Frank ; born 1883. Lyon. 

Son of F. H. James, 17 Amhurst Park, Stamford Hill, N. 
Third Form— Class. Upper IVth. House Prefect; First 
Eleven Football. Left Chr. 190c. Parent's Address. 

Johnston, Leslie Darrell ; born 1883. Minor Scholar. Toppin. 

Son of S. L. Johnston, 2oCroxteth Grove, Liverpool. Class. 
Lower Vth — Lower Vlth. House Prefect ; Forty Cap Foot- 
ball. Left Chr. 1900. Parent's Address. 

* Johnston, Henry Thirkill ; born 1884. Minor Scholar. Toppin. 

Son of H. H. Johnston, Welby Gardens, Grantham. Class. 
Middle Vth -Vlth. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; 
Ledbury Cap. Left Mids. 1902. 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

#Keef, Walter Fischer; born 1882. Spear. 

Son of W. H. Keep, 43 Avenue Mansions, Finchley Road, 
N.W. Mod. III. — Lower Mod. I. House Prefect. Left 
Mids. 1901. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Lawson, Geoffrey Walter; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of W. £. Lawson, Baraset, Stratford-on-Avon. Class. 
Lower Vth — Army Side. House Prefect. Left Easter 1901. 

Northumberland Fusiliers. Parent's Address. 

Lee, Cyril Elton ; born 1884. Faber. 

Son of Rev. R. E. Lee, Holme Lacy, R. S. O., Herefordshire. 
Mod. III. — II. Left Mids. 1900. 

Merchant Service. Parent's Address. 

*Marston, John Arthur; born 1883. Faber. 

Son of A. Marston, Earls Croome, Worcester. Class. 
Middle Vth — Vlth. School Prefect; Ledbury Cap. Left 
Mids. 1 901. 

Trinity College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

* Mason, Rowland Charles ; born 1882. Lyon. 

Son of R. Mason, West Mount, Edgbaston. Mod. III. — I, 
Left Chr. 1899. 

Director of D. Mason & Sons, Ltd., Birmingham, Govern- 
ment Contractors, etc. Parent's Address. 

*Robson-Muller, Karl Roland; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of O. Robson-Mttller, Strathallen, Saltburn-by-the-Sea. 
Class. Lower I Vth —Mod. I. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1902. Parent's Address. 

Nicholson, Hugh Hathorn ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of H. Nicholson, Sutton Hall, Little Sutton, Cheshire. 
Class. Lower IVth — Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1901. 

Parent's Address. 

Nunneley, Charles Francis ; born 1883. Foster. 

Care of C. B. P. Bosanquet, Rock Hall, Alnwick. Third 
Form— Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1900. 

*Ogilvie, Alexander Walter; born 1883. School House. 

Son of G. S. Ogilvie, The Lodge, Woodbridge. Class. 
Lower IVth — Upper Vth. House Prefect. Left Mids: 1901. 

University College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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# Page, Charles Carry ; born 1884. Spear. 

Son of A. S. Page, East End House, East Finchley, N. 
Mod. III.— I. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; First 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1902. 

Clare College, Cambridge; University Association Football 
Eleven (capt. 1905-06). Parent's Address. 



* Petrie, Alan Roy ; born 1884. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. Petrie, Braemoray, Hadley, Barnet. Class. 

Upper IVth — Remove. School Prefect; Second Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1902. 

Associate of the Surveyors' Institution ; Surveyor. 

Parent's Address. 

Pinkerton, Eustace Charles Evelyn ; born 1883. Day Boy. 

Son of C. Pinkerton, M.D., 6 Queen's Road, South port. 
Class. Lower IVth —Upper Vth. Left Easter 1901. 

Parent's Address. 

Pollock, Henry Brodhurst ; born 1882. School House. 

Son of J. G. Pollock, Oatlands, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin. 

Class. Upper IVth — Middle Vth. House Prefect; First 

Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1900. Parents Address. 



* Potter, Gerald Peel ; born 1882. Spear. 

Son of E. P. Potter, Sal wick Hall, Preston. Class. 
Lower IVth — Shell. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket 
and Football ; Ledbury Cap. Left Mids. 1901. 

Clare College, Cambridge; B.A. 1904 ; University Association 
Football Eleven. Parent's Address. 



Poom. Day Boy. 

Care of The Siamese Legation, 25 Hereford Square, S.W. 
Mod. IV. Left Chr. 1897. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Powell, Arthur Trevor ; born 1884. Stvann. 

Son of Dr. Powell, Mapperley Hill, Nottingham. Class. 
Shell — Remove. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; 
First Eleven Football; Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1902. 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Died, October 1903. 



*Rawson, Creswell Duffield ; born 1883. School House. 

Son of Edward Rawson, Earl's Court, London. >rmy Side. 
House Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; Lieut, in Corps. 
Left Chr. 1900. 

R. M. A.. Woolwich ; R. G. A. 

c/o Messrs. Cox 6* Co., 16 Charing Cross, W.C. 

*Reid, Robert Niel; born 1883. Faber Exhibitioner. Lyon. 

Son of David Reid, Sundridge, Sevenoaks. Class. Upper 
Vth— Vlth. School Prefect; Greek Prose; Latin Prose; 
English Essay; Lambert French Prize; Warrington Exhi- 
bition; Lieut, in Corps; Editor of Malvernian. Left Mids. 
1902. 

Scholar of Brasenose College, Oxford. Parents Address, 



* Reynolds, Douglas; born 1883. Faber. 

Son of L. W. Reynolds, The Priory, High Wycombe. 
Class. Lower I Vth— Matric. Class. House Prefect; House 
Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1901. 

Passed London Matriculation ; Preliminary Scientific 1902 ; 
Medical Student at Guy's Hospital. Parents Address. 



* Reynolds, Francis Leslie; born 1884. Day Boy— Salisbury. 

Son of Mrs. Reynolds, 115 Belsize Road, South Hampstead. 
Mod. IV. — Lower Mod. I. House Eleven Cricket and Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 190 1. 

14 Bennington Park Road, West Hampstead, N. W. 
• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Saunders, Macan ; born 1884. House, 

Son of Colonel McW. - Saunders, Wessingtnn, Honiton, 
Devon. Army Side. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; 
Forty Cap Football. Left Chr. 1901. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; 30th Battery, R. F. A., Meerut, India. 

Parent's Address. 

*Sbth-Smith, Keith John; born 1882. Exhibitioner. Faber. 

Son of Frederic Seth-Smith, Upton Grey Lodge, Winchfield, 
Hants. Class. Lower Vth — Remove. House Prefect; 
House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1900. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; B. A. 1904. Parent's Address. 

Silcock, Claude Edgar G. ; born 1881. Swann. 

Son of Mrs. Silcock, Drogheda, Ireland. Mod. IV. — III. 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1899. 

Farming in Canada. f Parent's Address. 

Silcock, James Arthur ; born 1883. Swann. 

Brother of above. Mod. IV. — I. Left Mids. 1901. 

^Parent's Address, 

Simmons, Arthur Leslie; born 1882. Faber. 

Son of W. H. H. Simmons, Branksome, Eaton Road, Sutton, 

Surrey. Class. Lower IVth— Math. Vlth. School Prefect ; 

House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1900. 

c/o Messrs. Collard <S» Collard, 16 Grosvenor Street, Bond Street. 

Speak, George Norman ; born 1882. Salisbury. 

Son of A. Speak, Ingwood, West Vale, near Halifax. 
Mod. III.— II. Left Chr. 1898. 

Worsted Spinner. Parent's Address. 

* Stephenson, Robert Nicholson ; born 1883. Toffin. 

Son of C. J. Stephenson, Throckley House, Newburn, R.S.O., 
Northumberland. Class. Middle Vth — Sixth. School Pre- 
fect. Second Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1902. 
University College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

* • • 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. f Last address known to Editor. 



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« Thorns, Douglas Stuart ; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of A. Thome, King's Legh, Willesden Lane, Brondes- 
bury, N.W. Mod. IV.— II Shooting Eight. Left Chr. 
1899. 

L. and N. W. R., Locomotive Department, Crewe. 

20 Heath field Avenue, Crewe. 

* Tunbridge, Edward William ; born 1884. House Scholar. Lyon. 

Son of W. S. Tunbridge, Rock lands, Woodbourne Road, 
Edgbaston. Class. Middle Vth — Matric. Class. Left 
Easter 1900. 

Passed London Matric. ; Science Exhibition at Birmingham 
University. Parent's Address. 

* Twinch, Walter ; born 1883. Spear. 

Son of John Twinch, Cippenham Lodge, Slough. Mod. IV. — 
Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1900. 

University College, London (Engineering School) ; now in the 
Engineering Works of Messrs. Davey, Paxman, & Co., 
Colchester. Patent's Address. 

* Twinch, Herbert ; born 1885. Spear. 

Brother of above. Second Form — Mod. I. Left Mids. 1902. 

Electrical Engineering Student at University College, London. 

Parent's Address. 

Willes, William Paul ; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of Rev. G. Willes, Fulwood Vicarage, Preston. Mod. 
IV«-*-II. Left Easter 1899. f Parent's Address. 

*Wodkhouse, Sydney Herbert; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of C. E. Wodehouse (O M.), Woolmers Park, Hertford. 
Mod. IV. — II. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1900. 

Parent's Address. 

*Worlock, Harford Thornhill ; born 1883. Lyon, 

Son of J. Worlock, 75 Hamilton Terrace, N.W. Class. 
Middle Vth— Mod. I. School Prefect; Ledbury Cap; 
Champion Athlete. Left Mids. 1901. 

Keble College, Oxford, 1903. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. f Last address known to Editor. 



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* Wright, Edmund Lancelot ; born 1883. Foster, 

Son of Frederic A. Wright, Hitchin. Third Form — Class. 
Middle Vth. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1901. 

Articled to Solicitors. Parent's Address. 



Entries in January, 1898. 



Barlow, Osborn ; born 1883. Faber. 

Son of H. Barlow, Goldthorn Hill, Wolverhampton. Mod. 
III. — Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1900. 
Estancia Las Colas, Gualeguay, Entre Rios, Argentine Republic. 



* Bird, Austin Carlos ; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of G. Bird, The Orchard, Esher, Surrey. Lower Mod. 
III.— Army Side. First Eleven Cricket ; Forty Cap Football. 
Left Mids. 1902. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst. Parent 's Address. 



* Blake, Valentine Vernon ; born 1883. Lyon. 

Son of G. F. Blake, King's Heath, Birmingham. Lower 
Mod. II. — Matric. Class. House Eleven Cricket. Left 
Mids. 1900. 

Studying Medicine at Edinburgh University. 

Edinburgh Union, Edinburgh. 

* Brocklehurst. Charles ; born 1883. School House. 

Son of Edward Brocklehurst. Class. Lower I Vth — Upper 
Shell. School Prefect ; Forty Cap Football ; Lieut, in 
Corps. 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Kinnersley Manor, Reigate. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society, 



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* Brunton, Archibald ; born 1882. Faber. 

Son of S. Brunton, Frogmore House, St. Albans. Mod. 
III.— I. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket ; Forty Cap 
Football. Left Mids. 1901. Parent's Address. 

Burge, Rodon Ludford ; born 1882. House. 

Son of R. S. Burge, Cheltenham. Army Side — Lower 
Mod. I. Left Easter 1900. 
Mechanical Engineer. 29 Milton Road, Swindon. 

* Carr, Hugh Martin ; born 1884. Day Boy — Foster, 

Son of G. D. Carr, The Garth, Malvern. Modern III. — 
Science Form. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football ; Ledbury Cap. Left Mids. 1902. 
Mining Engineer. Parent's Address. 

* Chambers, Arthur Edwin; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of E. H. Chambers, Spencer Lodge, Rochester. Mod. 
IV.— I. Senior Chapel Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; 
First Eleven Football (capt. ) ; President of Athletics ; Lieut, 
in Corps. Left Mids. 1903. 
Corn and Hop Merchant and Fruit Grower. Parent's Address. 

m 

* Chance, Robert Christopher ; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of F. W. Chance, Morton, Carlisle. Class. Shell- 
Lower Vlth. Left Chr. 1901. 

Trinity College, Cambridge; B.A. (2nd Class Natural Science 
Tripos), 1904 ; in business. Paretics Address. 

Cooke, Francis Noel ; born 1882. Swann. 

Son of A. Cooke, Notting Hill House, Belfast. Class. 
Lower Vth— Mod. I. Left Chr. 1899. 

Linen Trade. Parent's Address. 

* Flower, Ivan Charles; born 1884. Spear. 

Son of James Flower, Basildon, Bexley, Kent. Mod. IV. — 
Lower Mod. I. Left Chr. 1900. 
Stock Exchange. 127 Victoria Street, S.1V. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Dayman, Alfred George ; born 1884. Salisbury. 

Son of A G. Hay man, Hapsford House, Frome. Somerset. 
Mod. IV.— II. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 190 1. 

3rd Battalion The Welsh Regiment. Parent's Address. 

* Horsley, Guy Beetham ; born 1883. School House. 

Son of J. H. Horsley, Southfield House, Cottiogham, 
E. Yorks. Mod. I V^- Lower Mod. II. Left Easter 1901. 

Parent's Address. 

* Huggins, Godfrey Martin ; born 1883. Spear. 

Son of G. Huggins, 17 Langland Gardens, N. W. Mod. IV. — 
Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1899. 

Medical Student at St. Thomas' Hospital. 

Sibertswold, Doctors Commons Rood, Berkhamsted. 

*Killby, Chester Winterbon ; born 1882. Spear. 

Son of T. Killby, 152 Highbury New Park, London. 
Mod. IV. — Lower Mod. II. Left Mids. 1899. Parent's Address. 

*Lark, Francis Reginald ; born 1883. House. 

Son of F. B. Lark, 15 Copthall Avenue, E.C. Class. 
Lower IVth- — Lower Mod. I. School Prefect; Second 
Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1902. 

Served two years in the Cape Mounted Rifles. 

Aspet, East Molesey, Surrey. 

*McLeod, Robert A. ; born 1885. Salisbury. 

Son of Mrs. McLeod, The Myrtles, Malvern. Mod. III. — 
Lower Mod. I. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Mids. 1902. Bevere Knoll, Claines, near Worcester: 

*Owen, Owen; born 1884. Spear. 

Son of O. Owen, Dan-y-Ralt, Bath Road, Cheltenham. 

Mod. III. — Army Side. House Eleven Football. Left 

Easter 190 1. 

2nd Battalion West Riding Regiment. Parent's Address, 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Palm, Harold Lloyd; born 1884. Lyon. 

Son of J. L. Palm, H.I. M. Customs, China. Mod. IV. — 
Lower Mod. III. Left Easter 1900. 

f c/o H. S. King & Co., 65 Comkill, E.C* 

Palmer, John Harold Gore ; born 1884. Faber. 

Son of C. G. Palmer, 104 Alleyn Road, Dulwich, S.E. 
Lower Mod. II. — Matric. Class. House Prefect Left Chr. 
1900. 

Indian Army. Parent's Address, 

*Pattisson, Walter Edward Luard ; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of W. B. Pattisson, Graylings, Beckenham, Kent. 
Class. Lower IVth — Middle Vth. House Prefect; House 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1902. 

Articled to Solicitor. Parent's Address. 

Perry, Henry ; born 1883. School House, 

Son of W. Perry, The Grange, Long Ashton, near Bristol. 
Mod. IV. — Lower Mod. III. Left Mids. 1899. 

Parent's Address. 

* Tomes, Geoffrey ; born 1884. Salisbury. 

Son of Colonel Tomes, Abbotsleigh, Bristol. Mod. III. — 
Army Side. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Chr. 
1901. 

R . M . C . , Sandhurst Parent's Address. 

# Uppleby, Wynill ; born 1883. Lyon. 

Son of Col. J. G. Uppleby, 32 Leinster Gardens, Lancaster 
Gate, W. Army Side — Mod. I. Ledbury Cap. Left 
Chr. 1900. 

Underwriter at Lloyds. Parent's Address. 

*Vardon, Arthur; born 1883. Spear. 

Son of H. W. Vardon, Mount Hill, Epsom. Class. 

Lower Vth — Lower Vlth. House Prefect ; House Eleven 

Football. Left Mids. 1901. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society, t Last address known to Editor. 



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*Ward, Arthur Henry; born 1883. Spear. 

Son of H. Ward, Hyde House, Kingsbury, Middlesex. 
Third Form— Mod. III. Left Mids. 1901. Parent's Address. 



* Ward, Baron; born 1884. Spear. 

Brother of above. Third Form — Lower Mod. III. Left 
Easter 1902. 14 Northwick Terrace, Maida Vale, N. 



Entries in May, 1898. 



* Ashley, Lionel Owen Randolph ; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of Rev. Preb. Ashley, Stretton Rectory, Hereford. 
Class. Lower IVth — Matric. Class. House Prefect. Left 
Mids. 1903. 

Merton College, Oxford. Glandur, Ray Park Avenue, Maidenhead. 



*Begbie, Hugh Hope Grant ; born 1889. House. 

Son of Rev. A. J. Begbie, Horton Priory, Chipping Sod- 
bury. Third Form — Army Side. Left Chr. 1900. 

Lieut. H. M. S. Drake. Parent's Address. 



* Bickers, Horace Algernon Sykes ; born 1883. Day Boy — Faber. 
Son of Mrs. Ohm, County College, Hereford. Class. 
Lower IVth— Mod. III. Left Easter 1899. 

Went to Hereford County College; Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge; Chairman of Executive Council Liberal Labour 
League. New Reform Club, 10 Adelphi Terrace, W.C. 



* Bickers, Guy Henry; born 1884. Day Boy— Faber. 

Brother of above. Third Form — Mod. HI. Left Easter 
1899. 10 Ellerker Gardens, Richmond, S. W. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Brown, Hubert Arnold ; born 1884. Faber. 

Son of E. A. Brown, Bank House, Burton-on-Trent. 
Mod. III. — Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1901. 

Mechanical Engineer. Parent's Address. 

Burne, Guy Edward Knightby ; born 1883. House. 

Son of Mrs. Burne, 29 Rue du Lac, Avenue Louise, Brussels. 
Class. Upper IVth—Vth. House Prefect ; Forty Cap Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1900. Parent's Address. 

Chipman, Howard Holmes; born 1883. House. 

Son of H. S. Chipman, Darling Point, Sydney, N. S. W. 
Class. Lower Vth— Lower Vlth. Junior Chapel Prefect ; First 
Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; School Pair at Fives 
and Racquets. Left Mids. 1902. 

Trinity College, Oxford. 

*Chuladis; born 1882. School House. 

Care of H. R. H. Prince Damrong of Siam. Mod. IV. — 
Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1902. 

cjo the above, Interior Office* Bangkok. 

* Cooper, William John ; born 1883. Lyon. 

Son of W. Cooper, 17 Redington Road, Frognal, Hamp- 
stead. Lower Mod. II.— II. Left Chr. 190 1. 

Parent's Address, 

Cooper, Francis Collier ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of W. S. Cooper, 17 Wilton Street, Grosvenor Place, 
London. Mod. II. — I. House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1900. 

Learning Engineering at the City and Guilds Institute, London. 

Parent's Address. 

*Dennistoun, James Robert ; born 1883. House. 

Son of G. J. Dennistoun, Peel Forest, South Canterbury, N. Z. 
Mod. IV. — Lower Mod. I. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1901. 

Sheep Farming in New Zealand. Parent's Address, 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
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* Domvile, Guy John ; born 1884. Bullock. 

Son of H. W. R. Domvile, Pentre Cottage, Abergavenny. 
Mod. IV. — II. House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1901. 

Parent's Address. 

* Dorman, Leslie Phipps ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of Thomas P. Dorman, Reincliffe House* Northampton. 
Mod. III. — I. House Prefect; Lieut, in Corps. Left 
Chr. 1901. 

Brewer ; Lieut, in 1st V. B. Northants Regiment. 

Parents Address. 

Gale, Roger Edward ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of Hon. Mrs. Handford, Hardwicke House, The Park, 
Nottingham. Third Form — Class. Lower Shell. Died at 
School, July. 1900. 

Gibson, Rowland James Theodore ; born 1884. Day Boy. 

Son of J. C. Gibson, Audley, Sidmouth. Class. Lower 
lVth— Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1899. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; First Class. Law Tripos 
(Part I.), 1904. 4 Pembroke Street \ Cambiidge. 

* Hicks, Arthur Leslie; born 1884. Bullock. 

Son of A. Hicks, R. I.E.C., Cooper's Hill. Class. Lower 
IVth — Middle Vth. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 
190 1. 
Estate Agent. Egham Hill, Surrey. 

* Hicks, Francis Bryan; born 1884. Bullock. 

Brother of above. Class. Lower IVth. — Matric. Class. 
House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Chr. 190 1. 

Medical Student, St. Thomas' Hospital. Egham Hill, Surrey. 

Humphrys, Herbert Edward ; born 1883. Toppin. 

Son of Dr. C. B. Humphrys, Eagle House, Bland ford, Dorset. 
Class. Upper IVth— Lower Vth. Left Chr. 1899. 

Caius College, Cambridge; B.A. 1904; Medical Student. 

Parents Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Innes, Lawrence John ; born 1885. Swann. 

Son of Colonel E. S. Innes, R. M. L. I., 4 Alexandra Terrace, 
Walmer. Lower Mod. III. — Army Side. House Prefect. 
Left Mids. 1902. 

Royal Marines. Parent's Address. 

*Jacoby, Alfred Henry Maurice; born 1882. Foster. 

Son of A. Jacoby, 8 Queen's Gate, London, S.W. Class. 
Upper IVth — Mod. II. Left Chr. 1900. Parent's Address. 

*Kirby, Bernard (S. H.); born 1884. Bullock. 

Son of A. Kirby, Coundon, Coventry. Class. Upper IVth 
— Upper Vth. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1902. 

Merton College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

# Lloyd, George Eyton ; born 1883. Faber. 

Son of A. E. Lloyd, Eytonhurst, Rhyl, Flints. Class. 
Lower IVth— Lower Mod. II. Left Mids. 1900. 

Parent's Address. 

* Lucas. John Claud ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Lucas, The Warren, Leamington. Third 
Form — Mod. II. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; 
House Eleven Cricket ; Lieut, in Corps. Left Easter 1904. 

Brewer (Lucas & Co., Ltd.) Parents Address. 

*Maddick, Dudley Clifford; born 1883 Bullock. 

Son of G. J. Maddick, South Bank House, Surbiton. Third 
Form— Class. Upper Shell. House Prefect; House Eleven 
Cricket. Left Mids. 1902. 
Assistant Manager, Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, 
Lady's Pictorial. Parents Address. 

*Mead, George Gaskell ; born 1883. School House. 

Son of Admiral J. G. Mead, Marlborough Road, Bourne- 
mouth, West. Class. Upper I Vth— Remove. Left Mids. 1902. 
Trinity College, Oxford. Parents Address. 

* Member of Old Malvcruian Society. 



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* Paget, Gerald Lewis ; born 1884. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. Paget, The Den, Pleasley Vale, near Mansfield. 
Mod. IV. — II. Left Mids. 1901. 

Engineer. Duffield, Derby. 

Perks, Maurice Case ; born 1887. Day Boy. 

Son of W. Perks, Holly Mount Cottage, Malvern. Third 
Form— Class. Lower Vth. Left Chr. 1901. \ Parents Address. 

Perks, Eric Keith ; born 1888. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Third Form— Class. Lower IVth. Left 
Easter 1901. 

Naval Cadet ; H. M. S. Irresistible, Mediterranean Squadron 
(see "Navy List"). 

* Potter, William Norman; born 1883. Bullock. 

Son of William Potter, Holme Croft, Blundellsands. Class. 
Upper IVth — Mod. I. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket; Forty Cap Football; Ledbury Cap; Lieut, in 
Corps. Left Easter 1902. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge; in University Golf Team. 

Parent's Address. 

* Potter, Wilfred Edgecombe ; born 1883. Bullock. 

Brother of above. Mod. IV.— I. House Prefect; Forty 
Cap Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1903. 

In Stockbroker's Office at Liverpool. Parent's Address. 

*Read, John Dale; born 1884. Spear. 

Son of J. J. Read, High House, Brentwood. Class. Upper 
IVth— Upper Vth School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; 
House Eleven Football Left Mids. 1902. 

Stock Exchange. Parent's Address. 

* Sandiford, Hubert Cecil ; born 1883. School House. 

Son of N. P. F. Sandiford, Ingledene, Bowdon, Cheshire. 
Class. Shell -Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1901. 

Wine Merchant. Bellefield, Dunham Road, Altrincham, Cheshire. 
• Member of Old Malvernian Society. f Last address known to Editor. 



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Shbppard, James ; born 1883. Swann. 

Son of J. F. Sheppard, Hawsted, Buckhurst Hill, Essex. 
Mod. III. — I. Left Mids. 1900. 

Civil Engineering Department, Thames Ironworks Company. 

Parent's Address. 

* Smith, Ernald Dryborough ; born 1884. Fader. 

Son of Mrs. Smith. 5 Magdala Crescent, Edinburgh. Mod. 
III. Left Easter 1899. Parent's Address. 

* Falconer-Stewart, Cyril ; born 1884. Foster. 

Son of G. Falconer-Stewart, Catherine Lodge, Musselburgh. 
Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1900. 

In Eastern and South African Telegraph Co., Cape Town. 

Box 231, Cape Town. 

Vincent, Mark Hamilton ; born 1883. School House. 

Son of Mrs. B. Vincent, Inverdon, Ayr. Mod. III.— Army 
Side. Left Chr. 1899. 

2nd Batt. The King's (Liverpool Regiment). 

The Depdt, Warrington. 

* Ward, Francis William ; born 1884. t Lyon. 

Care of W. Allford, Firleaze, Rudgeway, Gloucester. Third 
Form— Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1903. 

Clare College, Cambridge. Guardian's Address. 

* Whistler, Lawrence ; born 1884. House. 

Son of T. Whistler, Golden Manor Road, Hanwell, W. 
Class. Upper IVth— Lower Mod. I. School Prefect; House 
Eleven Football ; Lieut, in Corps. Easter 1902. 

Parent's Address. 

*Wodehouse, Evelyn Charles Bradley; born 1885. Bullock. 

Son of C. E. Wodehouse, Woolmers Park, Hertford. Third 
Form — Class. Lower Vth. House Eleven Cricket and Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1902. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society, 



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Entries in September, 1898. 

Alldridge, Edwin Bertie ; born 1883. School House, 

Son of E. Alldridge, 126 Gough Road, Edgbaston. Mod. 
IV.— III. Left Chr. 1899. Parent's Address. 

Anderson, Bertram Kyrle ; born 1883. Toppin. 

Son of Col. W. R. Anderson, Controller of Military 
Accounts, Rawal Pindi, India. Class. Shell. Left Easter 
1899. Parent's Address. 

Angell, Herbert Rossiter; born 1883. Lyon. 

Son of J. B. O. Angell, Rumsey House, Calne, Wilts. Mod. 
IV. Left Chr. 1899. Parent's Address. 

* Anson, George Lechmere; born 1883. Toppin. 

Son of Col. George H. Anson, Grosvenor Club, Dover 
Street, W. Mod. II. Left Mids 1900. 

4th Battalion The Sherwood Foresters. 

cjo Messrs. King & Co., 9 Pall Mall, S. W. 

* Bailey, Joseph Leighton; born 1884. Swann. 

Son of Joseph Bailey, Manor Mead, Carpenter Road, 

Edgbaston, Birmingham. Class. Middle IVth— Middle Vth. 
Left Mids. 1901. 

St. John's College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

* Barnes, Lawrence Edward; born 1882. Minor Scholar. Bullock. 

Son of Rev. W. M. Barnes, Monkton Rectory, Dorchester. 
Army Side. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1900. 

R. M. A., Woolwich : R. E. 1904 ; School of Military Engineer- 
ing, Chatham. Brompton Barracks, Chatham. 

*Bell, Wilfred Irvine; born 1884. Swann. 

Son of W. A. Bell, 5 The Drive, Blackrock, Brighton. 
Mod. IV. — Lower Mod. II. House Prefect ; Shooting 
Eight. Left Chr. 1903. 

In L. B. & S, C. R. Works, Brighton. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Bethell, Christopher ; born 1884. Minor Scholar. Toppin. 

Son of Col. E. H. Bethell, R.E., Old Rectory House, 
Fulford, York. Class. Upper IVth — Middle Vth. Left 
Mids. igoi. Parent 's Address. 

Bolster, Richard ; born 1883. Faber. 

Care of Messrs. Coutts & Co., Bankers, Strand, W.C. Army 
Side. Left Mids. 1900. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; R. G. A. c\o above Address. 

# Bua, Nai. Day Boy. 

Son of J. A. Bua. Mod. Ill— II. Left Mids. 1899. 

c/o The Siamese Legation, 25 Hereford Square, S.W. 

Burne, Francis Higgins; born 1884. Faber. 

Son of S. T. H. Burne, Loynton Hall, Newport, Salop. 
Class. Lower I Vth — Shell. House Eleven Football. Shoot- 
ing Eight. Left Mids. 1902. Parents Address. 

Bushell, Arthur Reginald ; born 1883. School House. 

Son of R. Bushell, Hinderton Lodge, Neston, Cheshire. 
Class. Shell — Lower Vth. Left Chr. 1901. Parents Address. 

# Butler, B. H. ; born 1884. Bullock. 

Son of A. E. Butler, Kepstorn, Kirkstall, Leeds. Third 
Form — Class. Middle Vth. House Prefect. Left Chr. 1902. 

Parent's Address. 

# Buzzard, Harold Lindsey ; born 1884. Spear. 

Son of A. Buzzard, Greylands, Hayward's Heath, Sussex. 
Class. Lower IVth— Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1902. 

Articled to Solicitors. Southborough, Carlisle Road, Eastbourne. 

By ass, Alick ; born 18S5. House. 

Son of D. Byass, Westow Hall, York. Class. Lower IVth — 
Upper IVth. Left Easter 1901. Patents Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Colbeck, John Bernard; born 1883. Salisbury, 

Son of L. Colbeck, Boyle Hall, near Wakefield. Mod. III. 
— I. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1900. 
Cloth Manufacturer. Parent's Address, 

x Coombs, Thomas Branston ; born 1884. House, 

Son of Mrs. Thomas Coombs, Dorchester, Dorset. Class. 
Upper Vth— Sixth. House Eleven Football. Left Easter 
1 go 1. Parent's Address, 

* Copb-Proctor, Edward Garraway ; born 1883. Bullock. 

Son of C. W. Cope-Proctor, 70 Pembroke Road, Clifton. 
Class. Shell — Lower Vlth. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1902. 
Law Student. Parent's Address. 

* Curry, Thomas Archibald; born 1884. Spear. 

Son of T. E. Curry, 18 Canning Road, Croydon. Lower 
Mod II. — Army Side. House Eleven Cricket. Left 
Chr. 1901. 

R. I. E. C, Cooper's Hill. Parent's Address, 

* Day, Sydney Ernest ; born 1884. Lyon. 

Son of S. T. Day, The Retreat, Kidbrooke Park Road, 
Blackheath. Class. Middle IVth— Mod. I. School Prefect ; 
First Eleven Football ; Second Eleven Cricket. Left 
Chr. 1902. 

Royal Insurance Co. Parent's Address. 

*Day, Arthur Percival ; born 1885. Toppin. 

Brother of above. Class. Middle IVth — Lower Vlth. 
Junior Chapel Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket (capt ) ; First 
Eleven Football ; School Racquets Pair. Left Mids. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

#Dodd, Arthur Harvey Russell ; born 1883. House. 

Son of Col. C. A. Dodd, Preston Park, Brighton. Army 
Side. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1899. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst; 17th Cavalry. 

Bannu, N.W. Frontier, India, 

• Member of Old Malverman Society. 



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*Ewart, John Murray ; born 1884. Bullock. 

Son of Major J. H. Ewart, Thornton, Chaucer Road, 
Bedford. Class. Lower Vth— VI th. School Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Cricket ; Forty Cap Football ; Ledbury Cap ; 
Champion Athlete; Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1903. 

Parent's Address. 

* Fearon, Kenneth Orchard ; born 1884. Foster. 

Son of F. Fearon, 19 Longridge Road, Earl's Court, 
London, S.W. Class. Shell— Upper Vth. Left Easter 1901. 

In Eastern Telegraph Co.'s Service. Cape Town, South Africa. 

* Fello wes, George ; born 1884. Bullock. 

Son of Charles J . Fellowes, Ickleford Manor, Hitchin. Mod. 
IV. — Matric. Class. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
House Eleven Football : Left Mids. 1903. 

Stock Exchange; Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* Friend, James Irvine Hatfeild ; born 1884. Bullock. 

Son of J. L. Friend, Northdown, Margate. Class. Lower 
IV. — Mod. II. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Mids. 1903. 

Student at Downton Agricultural College. Parent's Address. 

*Gale, Leonard Franklin ; born 1884. Salisbury. 

Son of J. J. Gale, Benson, Wallingford, Berks. Class. 
Lower Vth — Remove. School Prefect ; Second Eleven 
Football; Forty Cap Cricket. Left Mids. 1902. 

Articled to a Surveyor. Parent's Address. 

Graham, Arthur; born 1883. Swann. 

Son of J. M. Graham, Ashfield House, Neston, Cheshire. 
Class. Shell— Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1901. 

Parent's Address. 

fcGRANT-SuTTiE, Hubert Francis; born 1884. Foster. 

Son of R Grant Suttie, Balgone, North Berwick. Army 
Side School Prefect. Left Mids. 1902. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; R. H. and R. F. A. 1904. 

Parent's Address, 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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xGreenlees, Samuel; born 1883. Lyon, 

Son of J. Gresnlees, Norfolk Hall, Netherhall Gardens, 
Hamprtead. Mod. II. — I. School Prefect. Left Chr. 1901. 

13 Nether hall Gardens, H amp stead, N. W. 

Gurrey, Ralph Curteis; born 1883. Toppin. 

SDn of Frank Gurrey, Warlingham, Surrey. Class. Shell — 
Middle Vth. Left Chr. 1901. Died January 1903. 

Hamilton, Arthur Percy ; born 1884. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. Hamilton, Holmcote, St. Peter's Road, Broad- 
stairs. Army Side. Left Mids. 1900. 

Cardigan R. G. A. (M.) ; 2nd Queen's Regiment, Oct. 1904. 

Napier Barracks, Shorncliffe. 

* Hardy, Miles; born 1884. Faber. 

Son C. S Hardy, Chilham Castle, Canterbury. Lower 
Mod. III. —II. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1903. 

School of Mines, Camborne, Cornwall. Parent's Address. 

Harkness, Percy Yarborough ; born 1884. Lyon. 

Son of Rev. H. L. Harkness, Hove, Brighton. Class. Shell — 
Lower Vth. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1900. 

4th West Yorks Regiment (M). 3 Lang dale Road, Hove. 

* Harris, Vincent Dormer ; born 1885. Minor Scholar. Salisbury. 

Son of Dr. V. D. Harris, Woodrouffe, Milford-on-Sea. 
Class. Middle Vth — Vlth. School Prefect; Beauchamp 
Divinity Prize. Left Mids. 1904. Parent's Address. 

* Harvey, Leonard Sydney ; born 1884. Spear. 

Son of S. Harvey, 16 Mincing Lane, London. Mod. IV. — II. 
Left Easter 1902. 85 Finchley Road, N.W. 

* Hebbert, Robert Francis ; born 1883. Spear. 

Upper Mod. II. — Matric. Class. House Eleven Football. 
Left Easter 1900. 
Medical Student, St. Thomas's Hospital. Glenthorne, Guildford. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Henson, Hugh Arnold; born 1884. Toppin. 

Care of B. Philpin, Kington, Herefordshire. Mod. IV. — I. 
Left Easter 1901. 

In a Bank. Coundon Villa, Coventry. 

*Hibbert, William James Calvert ; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of J. C. Hibbert, Pen Close, Uxbridge. Third Form — 
Class. Lower IVth. Left Easter 1901. Parent's Address. 

* Hollins, Edward Ralph Lambert; born 1884. School House. 

House Scholar. Son of F. Hollins, The Grange, Eastbourne. 
Class. Middle IVth — Upper Vth. House Prefect. Left 
Mids. 1903. 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Parent's Add* ess. 

* Holmes, Joseph Alan ; born 1883. School House. 

Son of W. E. Holmes, St. Grellan's, Monkstown, Co. Dublin. 
Class. Shell — Army Side. House Eleven Football; Forty 
Cap Cricket. Left Mids. 1900. 1 Dawson Street, Dublin. 

* Hughes, Walter Bertram ; born 1885. Swann. 

Son of Rev. W. O. Hughes, Tarporley, Cheshire. Class. 
Lower IVth— Vlth. School Prefect; House Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1904. 

Wadham College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

Johnson, Godfrey ; born 1884. Swann. 

Care of Rev. J. A. Bell, The Vicarage, Pershore. Class. 
Shell — Lower Vth. Died at School, Easter 1899. 

* Joyce, Geoffrey Michael ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of Rev. James Barclay Joyce, Coreley Rectory, Tenbury. 
Class. Upper IVth— Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1902. 

Keble College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

Kershaw, George Vaughan ; born 1885. House. 

Son of G. Kershaw, Newlands, College Road, Buxton. 
Class. Lower IVth — Matric. Class. House Prefect ; Forty 
Cap Football. Left Easter 1903. 

Civil Engineer. 

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Knox, Geoffrey George ; born 1883. Toppin. 

Son of Mrs. Knox, care of Commercial Bank of Sydney, 
18 Birchin Lane, E.C. Class. Upper Vth — VIth. Left 
Chr. 1900. 

Legard, Thomas Francis ; born 1885. School House. 

Son of Col. Legard, Welham, Malton, Yorks. Class. 
Upper IVth —Army Side. Left Easter 1900. 

Reading for Foreign Office Examination. Parent's Address. 

*Lby, Richard Leonard; born 1884. Lyon. 

Son of R. Ley, 9 Cranmer Road, Cambridge. Class. 
Middle IVth— Vth. Left Mids 1901. 

Pembroke College, Cambridge ; B.A.J904; Studying Medicine 
at St. Mary's Hospital. 

8 Delamere Street, Westbourne Terrace, Bayswater. 

#Ley, Gordon; born 1885. Toppin. 

Brother of above. Class. Middle IVth— Lower Vth. Left 
Mids. 1902. Parent's Address. 

Lloyd, Griffith ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of Rev. Canon G. Lloyd, Cresborough, Haverfordwest. 
Class. Lower IVth— Mod. IV. Left Chr. 1899. 

Ranching. Gabriola Island, British Columbia. 

* Longbourne, Alfred Conyers ; born 1886. Foster. 

Son of C. R. Longbourne, Ripsley, Liphook, Hants. Third 
Form — Matric. Class. House Prefect ; Forty Cap Cricket 
and Football. Left Mids. 1904. Parent's Address. 

# Luff, Harry Claude Wisden ; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of Henry Luff, Cran bourn, Christchurch Road, 
Streatham. Mod. IV.— I. House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1902. 
In Messrs. John Wisden & Co.'s. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* MacQoeen, Percy ; born 1883. House Scholar. Spear. 

Son of A. MacQueen, Chatham House, Prior Park Road, 
Bath. Lower Mod. I.— Math. Vlth. Left Easter 1901. 
Mathematical Scholar, Selwyn College, Cambridge. 

50 Gloucester Gardens, Hyde Park, W. 

Mappin, Frank Crossley; born 1883. School House. 

Son of S. W. Mappin, Scampton Manor, Lincoln. Class. 
Lower IVth. Left Easter 1899. Parent's Address. 

* Marriott, Clive ; born 1884. Fader. 

Son of H. M. Marriott, White Hall, Kingsbridge, S. Devon. 
Third Form— Class. Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1900. 

Land Agent. 

c\o Ramsey Abbey Estate Office, Ramsey, Huntingdonshire. 

* Milne r- Moore, Douglas Owen ; born 1885. Faber. 

Son of Dr. Milner-Moore, The Quadrant, Coventry. Lower 
Mod. II. — Matric. Class. House Prefect; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Easter 1902. 

Engineering. Millerbanh, Hill Street, Glasgow. 

* Monk, George Lewin ; born 1884. Minor Scholar. Lyon. 

Son of H. L. Monk, Rotha, Wolvercote, Oxford. Class 
Middle Vth— Vlth. School Prefect ; Pelly Divinity Prize. 
Left Mids. 1902. 
Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

* Moore, Charles Josselyn Lay ; born 1884. House. 

Son of S. Moore, Brewery House, Stratford-on-Avon. 
Lower Mod. III. — I. House Prefect ; Second Eleven Foot- 
ball. Left Easter 1902. 
Civil Engineer in N. E. R. Works, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Ashly Parva, Lutterworth ; 3 Summerhill Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

* Moore-Baily, John ; born 1883. Day Boy. 

Son of J. Moore-Baily, Peterscourt, Barn t Green, Worcester- 
shire. Class. Middle Vth— Upper Vth. Left Mids. 1901. 

Christ Church, Oxford ; B.A. 1904 (3rd Class Law Finals) ; 
Articled to Solicitors. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Matvernian Society. 
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* More. Arthur Robert ; born 1885. Bullock. 

Son of J. W. More, Cleveland Lodge, S. Woodford, Essex. 
Third Form — Lower Mod. HI. Left Mids. 1902. 

Student at Bonn. Parents Address. 



*Orr, James Bligb; born 1883. Toppin. 

Son of J. W. Orr. Wollaston, Wellingborough. Class Shell 
—Middle Vth. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; 
Second Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1901. 

Belmont, New Bushey, Herts. 

* Pepys, Walter Evelyn ; born 1885. Minor Scholar. Swann. 

Son of Hon. W. C. Pepys, 46 Philbeach Gardens. S.W. 
Class. Middle Vth— Vlth. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1903. 

Heath Harrison Exhibitioner, Brasenose College, Oxford. 

Parent's Address. 

* Rath bone, Guy Benson ; born 1884. House. 

Son of A. B. Rathbone. Red Gables, Formby, Lanes. 
Class. Lower Vth — Vlth. School Prefect; Second Eleven 
Cricket; House Eleven Football; Shooting Eight. Left 
Mids. 1902. 

Oriel College, Oxford. Pmrent's Address. 



* Ricardo, Walter Hill ; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of Colonel Ricardo, Donnington, Newbury. Class. 
Upper Vth— Vlth. House Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; 
Forty Cap Cricket ; Ledbury Cap. Left Easter 1902. 

30 Trebovir Road, Earl's Court, S. W. 

* Richards, Cyril Ernest ; born 1884. Swank. 

Son of J. H. Richards, Comyn House, Leamington. Class. 
Middle I Vth —Lower Shell. Left Mids. 1900. 
Ranching in British Columbia. Marsh mead, Chilioten, B.C. 

• Member of Old Mai vera i an Society. 



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*Ridbout, Frank Montresor; born 1885. Minor Scholar. Foster. 
Son of Major-General Rideout, 77 Philbeach Gardens, S.W, 
Army Side. Hey wood Exhibition. Left Chr. igoi. 

R. M. A., Woolwich ; R. G. A. 1904. Parent's Address, 

Robinson, Eric Arthur ; born 1884. Foster. 

Son of A. Robinson, Lawrence Weston, Henbury, Bristol. 
Mod. IV. — II. House Prefect; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Chr. 1903. 

Merchant. Parent's Address. 

RottH, Reginald Alan ; born 1884. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. M. Gale, Rayme Place, Brain tree. Army Side. 
House Prefect. Left Easter 1903. Above Address. 

*Routley, Robert Henry Cecil ; born 1883. School House, 

Son of R. W. Rout ley, Greenbank House, Bowdon, Cheshire. 
Lower Mod. HI. —II. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 
1899. 

3rd Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment 1903 ; Lancashire 
Fusiliers 1905. Parent's Address. 

* Sanderson, Philip MacDonnell ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of Rev. L. Sanderson, Elstree, Herts. Class. Lower 
Vth— Lower VI th. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1902. 

King's College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

SCAtAoN, Francis John ; born 1887. Da? Boy. 

Son of E. B. Scallon, St. Martin's, Malvern. Class. Lower 
IVth— Lower Vlth. Still in School. 

*Shcppey-Grbene, Napier Guy; born 1883. Minor Scholar. Spear. 
Son of Lieut. -Colonel Sheppey-Greene, Army and Navy 
Club, Pall Mall, W. Class. Upper Vth— Vlth. School 
Prefect. Left Mids. 1902. 

Exhibitioner of Worcester College, Oxford. 

Stewkley Manor, Leighton Buzzard. 

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*Simonds, Ralph Pomeroy; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of W. Simonds, Woodbury, Farley Hill, Reading. 
Army Side. Left Easter 1899. Parent's Address. 

* Simpson, James Parker ; born 1883. Spear. 

Son of J. P. Simpson, Alnwick. Upper Mod. III. — I. 
House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1900. 

Maltster. Ravensmead, Alnwick, Northumberland, 

* Smyly, Cecil Ferguson ; born 1884. Faber Exhibitioner. Lyon. 

Son of His Honour Judge Smyly, K.C., 84 St. George's 
Square, S.W. Class. Upper Vth —Upper Vlth. School 
Prefect; Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 1903. 

Scholar of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Parents Address. 

*Steavenson, Frederick Henry; born 1885. House. 

House Scholar. Son of Rev. F. R. Steavenson, Heather- 
croft, St. Luke's, Cheltenham. Class. Middle Vth — Vlth. 
School Prefect ; Greek Verse ; Greek Prose ; Ingleby Prize ; 
Leaving Exhibition. Left Mids. 1904. 

Scholar of B. N. C, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

Temple, Thomas; born 1883. Swann. 

Son of Colonel Temple, R.A., 10 Hughenden Road, Clifton. 
Army Side. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1 901. 

R. F. A. (74th Battery). R.A. Mess, Lucknow, India. 

* Thompson, Herbert Stanley; born 1884. School House. 

Son of Colonel H. S. Thompson, The Gables, Histon, 
Cambs. Army Side. Left Mids. 1902. Parents Address. 

Thornton, Lionel Spencer ; born 1884. House Scholar. Swann. 
Son of Rev. C. C. Thornton, The Rectory, Northwold, 
Norfolk. Class. Upper Vth — Vlth. Left Mids. 1901. 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1904. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malveraian Society. 



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*Tyacke, Charles Noel Walker ; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of J. W. Tyacke, Tenderah, Heist on, Cornwall. Class. 
Shell — Lower Vlth. Left Easter 1902. 

Articled to Solicitor. Parent's Address. 

* Verry, Cyril Tyrrell ; born 1885. House Scholar. House. 

Son of Rev. H. R. Verry, Easton Rectory, Stamford. Class. 
Middle Vth— Lower Vlth— Mod. I. House Eleven Football. 
Left Chr. 1902. Parent's Address. 

* Wartnaby, William Thomas Wade ; born 1884. House. 

Son of W. Wade Wartnaby, Clipston, Market Harborough. 
Class. Lower IVth — Mod. III. Left Mids. 1902. 

Engineer. Hotham House, Rutland Road, Harrogate. 

Watson-Taylor, Harry Gerald ; born 1883. Lyon. 

Son of A. W. Watson-Taylor, 33 Kensington Court Man- 
sions, W. Mod. IV. — II. Left Chr. 1900. Parent's Address. 

White, Algernon Chichester; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of T. White, Stondon Place, Essex. Class. Shell. Left 
Mids. 1900. Parent's Address. 



Entries in January, 1899. 

*Bbllhouse, Charles Stewart ; born 1883. Spear. 

Son of C. H. Bellhouse, Bircher Hall, Leominster. Mod, 
III. — I. House Prefect; House Eleven Cricket. Left 
Mids. 1903. Parent's Address. 

# Benson, Ralph Francis; born 1885. School House. 

Son of C. F. Benson, Woodhall, Hertford. Class. Upper Shell 
— Vlth. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; House 
Eleven Football; Sub- Editor of Malvernian \ Lieut, in 
Corps. Left Mids. 1904. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Bishop, Gerald Herbert ; born 1885. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Bishop, Milton Lodge. Kintbury, Berks. Class. 
Lower IVth— Middle IVth. Left Easter 1902. 

t Parent's Address. 

* Brockbank, Charles Norman ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of R. H. Brockbank, Ulverscroft, Blundellsands, Liver- 
pool. Class. Middle IVth — Lower Vth. Left Mids. 1901. 

In business. Paten fs Address. 

* Chambers, Douglas M. ; born 1883. School House. 

Son of J. E. Chambers, Swaithe Hall, Barnsley. Mod. 
III. — I. School Prefect ; Second Eleven Football ; House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1901. 

Sheffield University ; Mining Engineer. 

Swaithe Hall, Worsborough Dale, Barnsley. 

Chandler, Noel Raymond ; born 1884. Spear. 

Son of N. Chandler, Belgrave House, Cannock. Lower 
Mod. III. Left Mids. 1899. Parent's Address. 

CufFOAD (formerly Phelps), R0U0 Walter ; born i.8$6. Lyon. 

Son of W. Phelps, Chestal, Dursley. Third Form — Lower 
Mod. II. Left Mids. 1903. Parent's Address. 

# Cooke, Charles Edward; born 1884. Swann. 

Son of A. Cooke, Notting Hill House, Malone Road, 
Belfast. Lower Mod. II. — I. Left Mids. 1902. 

Linen Trade. Parent's Address. 

#Corbett, Andrew Reynard Uvedale ; born 1882. Faber. 

Son of U. B. Corbett, Modyn House, Chester. Mod. IV. — 
Lower Mod. II. Left Mids. 1901. Parent's Address. 

♦Crossley, George Hastings Irwin ; born 1884. Foster. 

Son of T. H. H. Crossley, Snnny Hill, Bourne End, Bucks. 
Third Form— Class. Upper IVth. Gymnasium Four. Left 
Mids. 2901. Parent } s Address. 

• Member of Old Malveraian Society. t ;Last address known to Editor. 



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* d'Esterre, Sydney Burnaby Wood ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of J. C. E. d'Esterre, Elmfield, Southampton. Class. 
Upper IVth— Vth. Left Easter 1903. 
Exeter College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

Douglas, Archibald George Gordon ; born 1884. Spear. 

Son of Admiral R. G. Douglas, Walmer, Kent. Mod. IV. — 
Class. Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1901. Died 1902. 

*Eiffe, Lucius George Patrick; born 1884. Day Boy. 

Son of Luke Sweetman Eiffe, Perth. Class. Lower IVth — > 
Shell. Left Easter 190 1. 

Brasenose College, Oxford. Ennat Lodge, Perth. 

* Gardiner, Oliver Cordery ; born 1884. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Gardiner, 18 Lingfield Road, Wimbledon. Third 
Form — Science Form. Left Mids. 1903. Parent's Address. 

Pery-Knox-Gore, Aubrey Edmond ; born 1883. Toppin. 

Son of E. H. C. Pery-Knox-Gore, Ballina, Ireland. Lower 
Mod. III. Left Chr. 1899. 

* Gray, Cecil Brackenbury ; born 1885. Foster. 

Son of Rev. A. St. John Gray, Abbotsley, Burnham, Somer- 
set. Class. Upper IVth— Vlth. School Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; Ledbury Cap. 
Left Mids. 1904. 

Magdalen College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

Hudson, George Henry Ernest ; born 1885. House. 

Son of G. E. Hudson, Burton House, West wood, Scar- 
borough. Third Form — Class. Upper IV C. House Prefect ; 
First Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left 
Easter 1903. 

* Hoggins, Henry Paul ; born 1884. House. 

Son of T. Hoggins, Villa du Pont St. Michel, Toulouse. 
Lower Mod. III. — I. Left Chr. 1901. 

Apprentice to Mechanical Engineers. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Qld Malvernian Society. 



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*Jonbs, Gordon Lloyd; born 1883. Toppin. 

Son of W. T. Jones, 17 Stratton Street, London, W. Class. 
Lower lVth — Upper Vth. School Prefect; House Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1903. 

Hertford College, Oxford. . Parent's Address. 

* Knott, Thomas Macfarlane ; born 1885. Swan*. 

Son of Mrs. Knott, Newton Abbott. Lower Mod. III. — 
Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1901. 

In Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. 

c\o Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank, 31 Lombard Street, E.C. 

*Matterson, Ian Gordon; born 1886. Bullock. 

Son of J. Matterson, Castle Troy House, Limerick. Third 
Form—Class. Middle Vth. House Prefect. Left Chr. 1902. 

Parent's Address, 

* May, Valentine Delabere ; born 1884. Day Boy. 

Son of T. H. D. May, 2 Springfield Place, Bath. Class. 
Middle IVth— Upper Vth. Left Mids. 1902. 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* May, Christopher Delabere ; born 1886. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Third Form — Army Side. Left Mids. 
1902. Parent's Address. 

* Oliver, Frank Scott ; born 1883. Salisbury. 

Son of J. L. Oliver, 20 Percy Gardens, Tynemouth. Lower 
Mod. III.— I. House Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Mids. 1900. 

Articled to a Chartered Accountant. Parent's Address. 

Pinhorn, Percy Reyner ; born 1885. School House. 

Son of Rev. F. R. B. Pinhorn, Newton St. Loe, Bristol, 
Army Side. Left Mids. 1901. 

South East of Scotland R. G. A. (Mil.). Parent's Address. 

* Meirber of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Pringle, Norman Douglas ; born 1884. Swann. 

Son of Dr. H. T. Pringle, Hawtree. Ferndown, Wimborne. 
Class. Lower IVth — Shell. Left Chr. 1900. 

Clare College, Cambridge; Studying Medicine at Edinburgh 
University. Hawtree, Ferndown, Wimborne, Dorsetshire. 

* Reader, George Edward Harold ; born 1884. Spear. 

Son of G. Reader, Hawthorndene, Hayes, Kent. Class. 
Lower Vth—VIth. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1903. 

Oriel College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

*Robson, Septimus Alexander Uphill ; born 1884. School House. 
Son of T. W. Robson, Cambria, Shortlands, Kent. Third 
Form— Matric. Class. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1902. 

Parent's Address. 

* Smart, Harold Nevil ; born 1883. Salisbury. 

Son of H. A. Smart, 40 Compayne Gardens, West Hamp- 
stead, N.W. Lower Mod. III. — Matric. Class House 
Prefect. Left Easter 1901. 
Articled to a Solicitor. Parent's Address, 

* Sumner, Michael George ; born 1885. Lyon. 

Son of H. Sumner, Cuckoo Hill, South Gorley, Fording- 
bridge, Hants. Third Form — Class. Middle Vth. House 
Prefect ; Forty Cap Cricket. Left Easter 1903. 

Student at London University (Agricultural Department). 

Parent's Address, 

*Thavara, Mom Chow; born 1884. School House. 

Care of J. A. Brown, 25 Hereford Square, S.W. Class. 
Middle IVth — Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1903. 

c/o The Siamese Legation, 25 Hereford Square, S. W. 

#Todd, Maurice Arthur; born 1884. Spear. 

Son of William A Todd, Portishead House, Portishead. 
Lower Mod. II. — I. Left Mids. 190 1. 

Soap Manufacturer. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Vickbrs. Douglas Kerr Scott ; born 1884. Foster, 

Son of T. R. Vickers. Hollyberry rtall. Coventry. Arhly 

Side. School Prefect; Second Eleven Cricket; House 
Eleven Football ; Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids 1903. 

Learning Farming in Lincolnshire. 

c\o C. S. Dickinson, Ashfield House, Branston, near Lincoln. 



fchtrie.s in May, 1&99. 

Anderson, Findlay John Mapletoft ; born 1886. Foster. 

Son of F. C. Anderson, 1 Lyhedoch Place, Edinburgh. 
Army Side. House Eleven Football ; Gymnasium Four. 
Died, Sept. 1903. 

* Baldwin, Frederick Langford ; born 1884. House. 

Son of E. Baldwin, Mowbray House, Malvern. Mod. III. — 
Science Form. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1904. 

Parents Address. 

*Bc7Rrell. Douglas Godfrey Topham ; born 1884. School House. 
Son of J. A. Barrell. Oak Holme, Wimbledon. Third Form 
—Lower IVth. Left Ch'r. 1901. Parents Addresi. 

* Cave-Brown e-C ave, Nigel Frederick; born 18^5. Lyon. 

Son of F. W. Cave- Browne-Cave, Doveridge, King's Norton. 
Ctafes. Upper IVth— Remove. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Football ; Forty Cap Cricket. Left Mids. 1902. 
Birmingham University. Parents Address. 

"Chapman, Eustace Hills ; born 1884. Bullock. 

Son of W. H. Chapman, The Grange, Barnes, S.W. Mod. 
III. Left Mids. 1900. Parents Address. 

*Colvin-White, George Reihald ; born 1884. House. 

Son of G. Colvin- White, Stewart Lea, Ayr. Class. Upper 
IVth — Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 190 1. Parents Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Cornelius, William Noel ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of Francis W. Cornelius, Seathwaite, Blundellsands. 
Third Form —Lower Mod. II. Shooting Eight. Left Mids. 
1902. 
Corn Trade. Parent's Address. 

*Cosens, Geoffrey W. ; born 1885. Foster. 

Son of George Cosens, Woodleigh, Crystal Palace Park 
Road, Sydenham. Class. Lower IVth— Lower Shell. Left 
Mids. 1902. Parent's Address. 

Gaskell, Geoffrey Whittall ; born 1885. House. 

Son of J. Gaskell, New House, Llanishen, near Cardiff. 
Class. Lower IVth — Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1902. 

Parent's Address. 

* Gaskell, Joseph Gerald; born 1885. * House. 

Brother of above. Class. Lower IVth— Matric. Class. Left 
Mids. 1902. 

Clare College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* Harte, Herbert ; born 1887. House. 

Son of R. T. Harte, 13 Park Avenue, Southport. Mod. IV. 
— Lower Mod. II. 

Victoria University ; Apprentice at North Eastern Marine 
Engineering Co., Wallsend-on-Tyne. 

112 St. George's Terrace, Desmond, NewcasHe-on-Tyne. 

* Heathcote, Gilbert Stanley ; born 1883. House. 

Son of C. Heathcote, Wychwood, Buxton. Mod. III. — 
Lower Mod I. House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1901. 

Jesus College, Cambridge ; 2nd V. B. Sherwood Foresters. 

Parent's Address. 

* Hicks, Lancelot Joseph ; born 1885. Bullock- 

Son of A. Hicks. Egham Hill, Surrey. Class. Lower IVth 
— Matric. Class. House Prelect ; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Chr. 1902. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Hill, Alex Woodward ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of Dr. Hill, Downing College, Cambridge. Class. 
Lower IVth— Shell. Left Easter 1901. 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

*Horsfield, John Thorndyke; born 1885. Spear. 

Son of S. Horsfield, Brookside, Godley, Hyde. Third Form 
—Class. Middle IVth. Left Easter 1902. 

Brookside, Godley % Hyde* near Manchester. 

Howell, Bertram Corill ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Howell, St. Vincent's, Radnor Park, Folkestone. 
Mod. III. — II. Left Mids. 1901. Parent's Address. 

* Johnson, Charles Christie; born 1885. Foster. 

Son of G. F. Johnson, 84 Elmbourne Road, Tooting Bee 
Common, S.W. Lower Mod. II. — I. School Prefect ; First 
Eleven Football ; Second Eleven Cricket ; Ledbury Cap ; 
Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1903. 

Marine Insurance Broker. Parent's Address. 

* Jo£ES, Ralph Gilbert ; born 1884. Swann. 

Son of E. O. Jones, Castlefield, Gabalfa, near Cardiff. 
Class. Middle IVth— Middle Vth. School Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Football; Shooting Eight (capt.); Lieut, in Corps. 
Left Chr. 1903. Parent's Address. 

*Keep, Thomas Bettsworth ; born 1884. Bullock. 

Son of Mrs. Keep, Warberry House, Surbiton Hill. Lower 
Mod. III.— Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1902. 

King's College, London ; Engineer. Parent's Address. 

* Loxley, Gerald Herbert ; born 1885. Swann. 

Son of Rev. A. S. Loxley, Fairford, R.S.O., Gloucestershire. 
Class. Upper IVth— Remove. House Prefect. Left Mids. 
1903. The Little Cloisters, Gloucester. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Oliver, John Staniland ; born 1883. House, 

Son of Mrs. Oliver, West Barnes Lane, RaynesPark, Surrey. 
Lower Mod. II. — I. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1901. 
University College, London; now apprentice at British 
Westinghouse Works, Trafford Park, Manchester. 

38 Seymour Grove, Old Trafford, Manchester. 

* Payne, Richard Bethune Tripp Selwyn ; born 1885. Bullock. 

Son of Colonel Lloyd Payne, Burnham, Somerset. Mod. 

III.— Army Side. House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1902. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst. Atranmore, Burnham, Somerset. 

Pemberton, Francis Percy Campbell ; born 1885. Salisbury. 

Son of Canon T. P. Pemberton, Gilling, East York. Mod. III. 
Left Easter 1901. Trumjrington Hall, Cambridge. 

* Phillimore, Paul ; born 1883. Faber. 

Son of Rev. A. Phillimore, Brightwell Park, Wallingford, 
Berks. Army Side. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket 
and Football. Left Chr. 1901. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst ; 17th Lancers. 

Piershill Barracks, Edinburgh. 

*Reed, Frank Herbert Ernest; born 1884. Spear. 

Son of H Reed, 1 Temple Gardens, E.C. Class. Lower 
IVth— Middle Shell. Left Chr. 1901. Parent's Address. 

Robinson, Geoffrey Humphrys ; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of A. F. Robinson, Bransbury, Woking, Surrey. Mod. 
III. — Lower Mod. II. Left Easter 1900. 

South Eastern Agricultural College, Wye. Parent's Address. 

Rothwell, Arthur George Nelson Conn; born 1885. Spear, 

Son of G. Rothwell, 9 Brunswick Square, Hove. Class. 
Lower IVth— Shell. Left Chr. 1902. Parent's Address. 

* Searle, Frank Charles ; born 1884. Faber. 

Son of C. Searle, Constitutional Club, London. Class. 
Shell — Science Form. House Eleven Football. 
Medical Student at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, E.C. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
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* Sherbrooke, Robert Lowe ; born 1885. Day Boy. 

Son of Commander Sherbrooke, R.N., Oxton Hall, South- 
well, Notts. Lower Mod. II. — Army Side. House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Chr. 1902. 

Highland Light Infantry. 

Junior Naval and Military Club, London. 

* Taylor, Claude Montagu ; born 1885. Spear. 

Son of M. C. H. Taylor, Shelsley Walsh, Worcester. Army 
Side — Science Form. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1903. 
Apprenticed to Wolseley Tool & Motor Car Co., Birmingham. 

Parent's Address. 

* Thompson, Reginald; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of R. Thompson, Hollings Hall, Esholt, Yorks. Lower 
Mod. III.— Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1902. Parent's Address. 

* Turner, Percival Francis; born 1885. Foster. 

Son of P. V. Turner, Ferniehurst, Exmouth. Class. Lower 
IVth — Army Side. House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1903. 

Parent's Address. 

* Willey, John ; born 1884. House. 

Son of J. C. Willey, Thornton Lodge, Newbould Lane, 
Sheffield. Mod. II.— I. School Prefect; Chance Prize; 
English Essay ; Sub-Editor of Malvernian. Left Mids. 1901. 

In business. Parent's Address. 

* Williams, Caryl Bransby ; born 1884. Spear. 

Son of M. B. Williams, Killay House, Killay, R. S.O., 
Glamorganshire. Third Form — Class. Middle Shell — 
Matric. Class. 

Caius College, Cambridge. Parent* s Address. 

Wright, Frederick Mellor ; born 1884. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Wright, Hillside, Malvern Link. Class. 
Lower Vth. Left Mids. 1899. 

* 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Entries in September, 1899. 

Angell, Reginald George ; born 1885. Lyon. 

Son of J. B. O. Angell, Rumsey House, Calne, Wilts. 
Third Form— Mod. IV. Left Chr. 1901. Parent's Address. 

* Angus, Arnold Joseph ; born 1886. House Scholar. School House. 

Son of C. J. Angus, 22 Church Row, Harapstead, N.W. 
Class. Middle Vth— Lower Vlth. Left Mids. 1902. 
King's College, London ; Passed London Matriculation (1st 
Division) 1903 ; Articled Clerk. Parent's Address. 

Aston, Wilfred Gordon ; born 1885. Salisbury. 

Son of W. Aston, Tennal House, Harborne, Birmingham. 

Lower Mod. II. — Matric. Class. House Prefect; House 
Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1902. 

Birmingham University. Parent's Address. 

*Bamford, Alec Joscelyne ; born 1885. House Scholar. Faber. 
Son of Rev. A. J. Bamford, Holly Bank, Royton, Lancashire. 
Class. Upper I Vth— Math. Vlth. Dowdeswell Prize. Left 
Easter 1903. 

Mathematical Scholar, Emmanuel College, Cambridge. 

Parent's Address. 

#Bartlett, Charles Michael; born 1885. Faber. 

Son of Rev. C. B. Bartlett, Thorpe Acre Vicarage, Lough- 
borough. Class Lower Vth — Lower Vlth — Matric. Class. 
House Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Mids. 1903. 

Law Student. 38 Bloomsbury Square, W.C. 

# Be al, Stuart Edward ; born 1885. House Scholar. Salisbury. 

Son of E. Beal, Deepdale, Somers Road, Reigate. Class. 
Upper I Vth -Vlth. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1904. 

Classical Scholar of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 

Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Bell, Alec Jeffrey ; born 1885. School House, 

Son of C J. Bell, Pendarvis, Combermere Road, St. Leonards- 
on-Sea. Mod. Ill -Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1902. 

Parent* s Address. 

*Benskin, Joseph Pugh; born 1884. Minor Scholar. Bullock. 
Son of J. C. Benskin, Crooklog House, New Bushey, Wat- 
ford. Class. Middle Vth— Lower Vlth. House Prefect ; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1903. 

Christ's College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 



#Bor aston, John Herbert; born 1885. Poster. 

Son of J. Boraston, Amersham House, Beckenham. Class. 

Lower Vth— Lower Vlth. School Prefect; House Eleven 

Football. Left Mids. 1903. 

History Exhibitioner, Merton College, Oxford. Parent's Address, 

Boyce, Gordon Stewart ; born 1885. Poster. 

Son of T. Boyce, The Wick, Richmond Hill, Surrey. Lower 
Mod. III. Left Easter 1901. Parent's Address. 



Bradley, Bernard ; born 1885. Lyon. 

Son of M. G. Bradley, West Lodge, Mansfield. Third 
Form— Mod. IV. Lett Mids. 1901. 

Burgess, Harold Percy ; born 1884. House. 

Son of H. W. Burgess, 24 Palmeira Square, Brighton. 
Lower Mod. II.— Upper Mod. II. Left Mid. 1900. 

Parent's Address. 

* Burrows, John Herbert ; born 1884. Faber. 

Son of H. F. Burrows, 26 Marmion Road, Sefton Park, 
Liverpool. Class. Upper IVth — Lower Vth. Forty Cap 
Cricket. Left Mids. 190 1. 

In Marine Insurance Office. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Collins, Walter Leslie Fenn ; born 1884. House. 

Son of W. R. Collins, Heathercroft, Langland Bay, Swansea. 
Mod. IV. — Lower Mod. III. Left Chr. 1900. Parent's Address. 

Conner, Daniel Goodwin ; born 1884. House Scholar. Foster. 

Son of H. D. Conner, K.C., Manch, Ballineen, Co. Cork. 
Army Side. Left Mids. 1902. 

Royal Regiment of Artillery. Pa rent's Address. 

* Cooper, Stanley Clifford ; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of J. J. Cooper, The Grange, Beckenham, Kent. 
Upper Mod. III. Left Mids. 1900. Parent's Address. 

* Cope-Proctor, Charles William; born 1884. Foster. 

Son of C. W. Cope-Proctor, 70 Pembroke Road, Clifton. 
Class. Shell— Middle Vth. Left Chr. 1902. 

Architect's Pupil. Parent's Address. 

* Crowe, Algernon Foster Hume; born 1884. Lyon. 

Son of G. P. H. Crowe, Larch Hill, Ennis, Co. Clare. Mod. 
III. — Lower Mod. I. House Prefect. Left Easter 1903. 

Parent's Address. 

* Crowe, Thomas Mervyn ; born 1866. Bulloch. 

Son of Mrs. E. M. Crowe, Silverhill, Kenilworth, Cape Town, 
S. A. Third Form — Matric. Class. House Prefect ; House 
Eleven Football. Left Easter 1905. Parent's Address. 

Culling, Evelyn Claude ; born 1885. House. 

Son of Lieut.-Col. J. C. Culling, Lydford House, West 
Lydford, near Somerton, Somerset. Army Side. Left Mids. 
1900. 

In Canada. Parent's Address. 

* Dowding, Charles Henry Bourn ; born 1887. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Dowding, Albion Villa, Chippenham, Wilts. 
Third Form — Upper I Vth. Left Easter 1903. 

Parent's Address. 
• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Dresser, Arthur Robert; born 1883. Faber. 

Son of A. R. Dresser, Springfield, Bexley Heath, Kent. 
Mod. II. — I. Left Mids. 1901. Parent's Address. 

* Dudley, Gerald Piers Waddell ; born 1885. Foster. 

Son of Rev. W. D. W. Dudley, St. Stephen's Vicarage, 
St. Albans. Class. Middle IVth — Upper Vth. House 
Prefect. Left Mids. 1903. Parent's Address. 

#Durnford, Frederick Harold; born 1885. Minor Scholar. Faber. 
Son of F. A. Durnford, Larch wood, Portmore Park Road, 
Weybridge. Class. Middle Vth — Remove. Left Mids. 1902. 

Stock Exchange. Parent's Address. 

Edward-Collins, Gerald ; born 1885. Faber. 

Son of E. C. Edward-Collins. Class. Middle IVth — Army 
Side. House Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; Second 
Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1902. 

Reading for Army Examination. Trewarddle, Bodmin, Cornwall. 

#Fawcus, Robert Anthony ; born 1886. House Scholar. Faber. 
Care of Rev. A. P. Howes, The Vicarage, Rye, Sussex. 
Class. Middle Vth— Vlth. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football ; Latin Verse. Left Mids. 1904. 

Scholar of Oriel College, Oxford. Address as above. 

* Forstrr* Henry Strong ; born 1884. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Forster, Mount Pleasant, Malvern. Class. 
Lower IVth — Matric. Class. House Prefect ; First Eleven 
Football ; Second Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1903. 

Assistant Master at Eastbourne; Choral Scholar, Magdalen 
College, Oxford, 1905. Parent's Address. 

#Fowlbr, Eric Francis Tiernay ; born 1885. Lyon. 

Son of Rev. F. H. Fowler, Barn wood Vicarage, Gloucester. 
Class. Lower Shell — Upper Vth. Forty Cap Cricket and 
Football. Left Mids. 1902. 

Articled Clerk to Solicitors. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Freeman, Charles Henry Earle; born 1885. Faber. 

Son of Rev. C. E. Freeman, West Malvern. Class. Upper 
I Vth— Middle Vth. Left Easter 1903. 
Keble College, Oxford. Rose Bank, West Malvern. 

#Gardom, John Charles; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of C. H. Gardom, Hylands, Forest Road, Walthamstow. 

Class. Lower Vth — Vlth. School Prefect ; Forty Cap 

Cricket. Left Mids. 1903. 

Stock Exchange. Parent's Address. 

Gardom, Clive ; born 1886. Toppin. 

Brother of above. Class. Lower I Vth — Remove. School 
Prefect. Forty Cap Football. Left Chr. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

* Gifford, Egmont Augustus ; born 1885. House Scholar. Spear. 

Son of A. C. Gifford, South Norwood. Mod. III. — Science 
Form. Left Easter 1903. 

Articled to a firm of Auctioneers and Surveyors. 

Tennison Road, South Norwood. 

#Gore-Browne, Eric ; born 1885. Senior Scholar. Foster. 

Son of Spencer Gore- Browne, 48 Copthall Avenue, W. 
Class. Upper Vth — Vlth. School Prefect ; Forty Cap 
Cricket ; Editor of Malvernian. Left Mids. 1903. 

Exhibitioner of Worcester College, Oxford. 

25 Oakwood Court, Melbury Road, W. 

*Graburn, Godfrey Newall ; born 1886. Foster. 

Son of N. Graburn, Wepham House, Arundel. Class. 
Upper IVth— Vth. House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1901. 

Corpus College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

Griffith, Francis Huntly ; born 1884. Bullock. 

Son of Rev. H. G. Griffith, All Saints' Vicarage, Glasbury, 
R. S. O., Radnorshire. Army Side. House Prefect ; House 
Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Chr. 1901. 
Agricultural College, Aspatria ; Reading for P. A. S. I. Examina- 
tion for Land Agency. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old MaWernian Society. 



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*Grkenway, Noel Wilson ; born 1886. Spear. 

Son of H. H. Greenway, Benvaren, Greenhill Road, Moseley. 
Class. Lower I Vth — Mod. I. House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Mids. 1903. 

Studying Electrical Engineering at Birmingham University. 

Parent's Address. 

*Hall, Edward; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of J. Hall, Greta Grove, Keswick. Class. Middle IVth— 
Lower Mod. II. Left Mids. 1901. Parents Address. 



Heathcote, Robert Evelyn Manners ; born 1884. School House. 
Son of R. Heathcote, Man ton, Oakham. Mod. III. — II. 
House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids 1900. Parents Address. 



James, Harold Morton ; born 1885. Lyon. 

Son of F. James, 17 Amhurst Park, Stamford Hill, N. 
Class. Upper IVth— -Lower Vth. School Prefect; First 
Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1902. 

Parents Address. 

Kerwood, Gerald Courtenay ; born 1884. House Scholar, Lyon. 
Son of A. Kerwood, The Bracken, Plymouth Road, Barnt 
Green. Class Upper Vth— Vlth. House Eleven Cricket ; 
Leaving Exhibition. Left Mids. 1903. 

Worcester College, Oxford. Parents Address. 



Kessler, William Wainwright ; born 1885. Swann. 

Son of P. W. Kessler, Sunbury, Victoria Park, Manchester. 
Lower Mod. III.— II. Left Mids. 1903. 

Drowned at Frankfurt-on-the-Main, Sept. 9th, 1905. 



Khbm, Nai ; born 1883. Day Boy. 

Mod. IV. — Lower Mod I. Left Mids. 1902. 

cjo Siamese Legation, 25 Hereford Square, W. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Landon, Ralph W. ; born 1885. School House. 

Son of H. W. Landon, Kenmore, Exmouth, South Devon. 
Army Side. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1903. 

Parent's Address. 

kLavington, Thomas Henry R. ; born 1885. House. 

Son of L. Lavington, Poulton House, Marlborough. Lower 
Mod. II. — I. School Prefect; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football ; Lieut, in Corps. Left Chr. 1902. 

Articled to Land Agent and Surveyor. Parents Address. 

Macdona, Ambrose Lancelot ; born 1884. Fdber. 

Son of Rev. H. V. Macdona, Arley House, Leamington. 
Mod. IV. Left Mids. 1900. 

Madeley, Charles Frederick ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of Mrs. K. H. Madeley, Worcester Park, Surrey. 
Army Side. Left Mids. 1900. Parent's Address. 

Michell, Noel Burgess; born 1885. School House. 

Son of G. B. Michell, 11 Sackville Gardens, Hove. Class. 
Upper Vth— Vlth. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1904. 

Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

# Morris, John Edward Philipps; born 1884. Bullock. 

Son of Rev. John Morris, The Rectory, Narberth, Pembroke- 
shire. Class. Upper IVth — Lower Vth. House Prefect; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1903. 
Articled to Solicitors. Parent's Address. 

Murray, Thomas Ormiston ; born 1885. Toppin. 

Son of W. Murray, 2 Gresham Buildings, Basinghall Street, 
E.G. Class. Middle IVth— Lower Vth. School Prefect; 
House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Easter 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Nevile, Charles Joseph ; born 1884. Day Boy. 

Son of R. H. C. Nevile, Wellingore Hall, Lincoln. 
Mod. II. — I. House Prefect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; Forty 
Cap Football. Left Mids 1901. Parent's Address. 

*Newland, John Connop; born 1886. Toppin. 

Son of Colonel Newland, Dolhaidd, Henllan, Llandyssil, 

South Wales. Lower Mod. III. — Lower Mod. I. Left 

Easter 1904. 

In Firm of Ship Owners in London. Parent's Address. 

* Norman, Denham Grindley ; born 1883. Foster. 

Son of Rev. D. R. Norman, St. John's Hospital, Lichfield. 
Class. Lower IVth — Vth. Left Mids. 1900. 
Manager of Pottery Works. Woodland Pottery, Tunstall. 

Pardoe, Eric Wilson; born 1885. Foster. 

Son of Rev. John Pardoe, Gravely Rectory, near Stevenage, 
Herts. Class. Lower Vth — Army Side. House Prefect ; 
Ledbury Cap. I^eft Mids. 1902. 

In G. N. R Co.'s service. Gosmore Ley, Hitchin, Herts. 

* Phillips, Maurice Aldcroft; born 1885 School House. 

Son of C. A. Phillips, Dildawn, Castle Douglas, Scotland. 
Army Side. Left Easter 1903. 

R. M. A., Woolwich. Parent's Address. 

Powell, Llewellyn Vavasor ; born 1885. Foster. 

Son of T. Powell, Bank, Bridgnorth. Class. Middle IVth— 
Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1900. Died 1900. 

*Prasob, Mom Chow; born 1885. Spear. 

Son of Prince San Prasit, Ubon, Siam. Lower Mod. III. — 
Lower Mod. I. Left Easter 1903. 

Owen's College, Manchester. 

Prince BigWs Palace, Bangkok, Siam. 

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Preston, Arthur John Dillon ; born 1885. Bullock. 

Son of Major Preston, Westwick Lodge, Barnard Castle, 
Durham. Army Side. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1904. Parent's Address, 

*Prothero, James Edward Douglas ; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of E. D. Prothero, Glenburn, Prestwick, Ayrshire. 
Army Side. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1902. 
R. M. C, Sandhurst ; 90th Punjab Regiment, Upper Burma. 

Parent's Address. 

* Ranger, Cecil Argyll ; born 1884. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Ranger, 26 Warham Road, South Croydon. 
Class. Lower Shell— Vlth. House Prefect; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football ; Warrington Exhibition. Left Mids. 
1903. 
Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

*Reade, Bernard Charles; born 1885. School House. 

House Scholar. Son of Rev. R. C. L. Reade, Chad com be 
Rectory, Bath. Class. Upper Vth— Vlth. School Prefect; 
Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; English 
Verse ; Editor of Malvernian. Left Mids. 1904. 

Hulme Exhibitioner, Brasenose College, Oxford. 

Parent's Address. 

* Rigby, William Jason Edgell ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of J. Rigby, 90 Kensington Gardens Square, Bayswater. 
Mod. III. — I. Left Mids. 1902. fThe Small House, Haslemere. 

* Robertson, Michael William ; born 1885. Minor Scholar. Spear. 

Son of R. J. Robertson, Q.C., 9 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin. 
Class. Middle Vth — Vlth. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1902. 

Trinity College, Dublin ; First Class Classical Honours 1903. 

St. Mary's, Temple Road, Dublin. 

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*Sandiford, Colin Frith; born 1884. School House. 

Son of N. P. F. Sandiford, Ingledene, Bowdon, Cheshire. 
Third Form —Mod. II. Left Chr. 1901. 

Belle field, Dunham Road, Altrincham, Cheshire. 

#Shann, Charles Brodie ; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of Rev. R. Shann, Chenies Rectory, Rickmansworth. 
Class. Lower Vth — Lower Vlth. School Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1903. 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

Shaw, Vernon Graham Havergal ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of Rev. W. H. Shaw, Stapleton Park, Bristol. Class. 
Lower I Vth — Vlth. House Prefect ; Latin Verse. Still in 
School. 

*Shepheard-Walwyn, John Eric; born 1885. Foster. 

Son of A. W. Shepheard-Walwyn, Croplands, Carlisle 
Class. Lower Shell — Army Side. Left Chr. 1901. 

Reading for Surveyor's Institute Examination. 

Parent's Address. 

Shbppard, Robin Mylrea; born 1885. Swann. 

Son of J. F. Sheppard, Hawsted, Buckhurst Hill, Essex. 
Lower Mod. III.— Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1902. 

Electrical Engineer. Parent's Address. 

* Simpson, Charles Victor; born 1885. Foster. 

Son of V. Simpson, Victoria Lodge, Fareham. Mod. III. — II. 
House Prefect. Left Chr. 1902. Parent's Address. 

Simpson, Leslie ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of F. H. Simpson, Thornbury, Beckenham. Class. 
Lower IVth — Upper Shell. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Football; House Eleven Cricket; Ledbury Cap. Left 
Easter 1904. Parent's Address- 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Stallard, John ; born 1885. Bullock. 

Son of John Stallard, Redland, Col wall, near Malvern. 
Class. Lower IVth — Lower Vth. Left Mids. 1904. 

Parent* s Address. 

Strauss, Frank Maximilian ; born 1885. School House. 

Son of S. Strauss, Eaglehurst, Lyndhurst Gardens, N.W. 
Lower Mod. I. — Mod. I. Left Mids. 1901. 

In business with Messrs. Backes & Strauss, Holborn Viaduct. 

Parent's Address. 

Thompson, Edward Creswell ; born 1886. House. 

Son of F. R. Thompson, 68 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, 
W. Third Form— Class. Lower IVth. Left Easter 1901. 

Parent's Address. 

*Tuff, Cecil Thomas; born 1885. Toppin. 

Son of C. Tuff, The Friars, Rochester. Army Side. School 
Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; Lieut, in Corps ; Shooting 
Eight. Left Mids. 1904. Parents Address. 

* Tyndalb, Arthur Carrington ; born 1885. House Scholar. Swann. 
Son of W. Tyndale, Broad Dene, Haslemere, Surrey. 
Class. Upper Vth— Vlth. School Prefect. Left Mids. 1904. 

Scholar of Worcester College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

Wailes, Harold Frederic ; born 1885. Toppin. 

Son of Mrs. F. Wailes, Beacon Banks, Easingwold, Yorks. 
Army Side. Left Chr. 1902. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst. Parent's Address. 

# Wilson, Arnold Percy; born 1884. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. J. Wilson, Oakley House, Gledhow, Leeds. 
Class. Lower IVth— Shell. School Prefect ; Second Eleven 
Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1903. 

Clare College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

♦ Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
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* Wood, John Talfourd ; born 1884. Faber. 

Son of H. J. Wood, Kissington, Hersham, Walton-on- 
Thames. Class. Lower IVth — Upper Shell. School Prefect ; 
House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1904. 

Brasenose College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 



Entries in January, 1900. 

* Ansell, Albert Edward ; born 1885. Spear. 

Son of Edward Ansell, Rigby Hall, Bromsgrove. Third 
Form — Matric. Class. House Prefect. Left Easter 1904. 

Clare College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* Arbuthnot, Hugh Archibald ; born 1885. School House. 

Son of Colonel Arbuthnot, Norton Court, Gloucester. 
Lower Mod. III.— -Upper Mod. III. Left Easter 1902. 

Parent's Address. 

* Ascroft, Gordon Barlow ; born 1885. House. 

Son of R. Ascroft, Sonnenberg, Park Hill Road, East 
Croydon. Class. Middle IVth — Upper Shell. Left 
Easter 1902. 

Hertford College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

* Brocklehurst, Thomas Pownall ; born 1886. School House. 

Son of E. Brocklehurst, Kinnersley Manor, Reigate. Class. 
Upper IVth— Lower Vlth. Left Mids. 1904. 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* Clerk, Ronald Malcolm ; born 1885. School House. 

Son of J. S. Clerk, 16 Porchester Terrace, London, W. 
Middle IVth— Army Side. Left Chr. 1901. 

Merton College, Oxford. Horton Cottage, near Slough. 

* Drew, John Denys ; born 1886. Swann. 

Son of J. G. Drew, Northbrook, Starcross, Devon. Class. 
Lower IVth— Middle Vth — Matric. Class. Left Easter 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Dyer-Bennet, Richard Stewart ; born 1886. Spear. 

Son of F. S. H. Dyer-Bennet, Mon Plaisir, Sheringham. 
Lower Mod. III. — Army Side. School Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Cricket; House Eleven Football; Shooting Eight. 
Left Chr. 1904. Parent's Address. 

* Eykyn, Roger Royston ; born 1886. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Eykyn, 47 Hyde Park Gate, S. W. Third Form 
—Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1902. Parent's Address. 

Gilpin-Brown, Leslie George ; born 1886. School House. 

Son of W. D. Gilpin-Brown, Stoneleigh Abbey, Kenilworth. 
Lower Mod. III. Left Easter 1901. Kentmere, Leamington. 

#Hartcup, Geoffrey Hamilton William; born 1886. School House. 
Son of W. T. H. Hartcup, Eastwood, Old Cat ton, Norwich. 
Class. Lower Shell— Middle Vth. House Prefect; Forty 
Cap Cricket. Left Mids. 1904. 

Clare College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* Hudson, George Bryant ; born 1885. Faber. 

Son of W. H. Hudson, 57 Tisbury Avenue, Hove. Mod. III. 
Left Mids. 1901. 6 Denmark Villas, Hove, Brighton. 

*Landsbbrg, Frank Julius; born 1885. Bullock. 

Lower Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. House Eleven Football. 
Left Easter 1903. Stonycliff, Lambolle Road, Belsize Park, N. W. 

Learmonth, Arthur Percy Livingstone; born 1885. Faber. 

Son of A. C. L. Learmonth, 8 Cambridge Park, Redland, 
Bristol. Class. Middle IVth — Remove. Left Easter 1904. 

#Lees, Alfred Robin Martyn ; born 1884. School House. 

Son of J. A. Lees, Elmhurst, Congleton, Cheshire Lower 
Mod. III. — I. Left Mids. 1902. Pare/it's Address. 

#Leggatt, Ashley Gordon Scott; born 1885. Toppin. 

Son of S. Leggatt, 4 Walton Place, South Kensington. 
Middle IVth— Army Side. Left Mids. 1902. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst. Parent's Addtess. 

* Member of Old Malvemian Society. 



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Lofthouse, George Hood ; born 1885. Faber. 

Son of J. G. Lofthouse, Arrowfield, Boroughbridge, Yorks. 
Class. Lower IVth— Mod. II. House Eleven Football. Left 
Easter 1903. Parent's Address. 

* Mellor, John Leslie ; born 1886. Spear. 

Son of J. F. MelkK, Knowle, Warwickshire. Mod. III. — I. 
House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1903. 
Birmingham University. Parent's Address. 

Sinclair, Algernon Ronald Tollemache ; born 1886. Lyon. 

Son of G. F. S. Sinclair, Thurso Castle, Thurso, Scotland. 
Lower Mod. III. — Matric. Class House Prefect; House 
Eleven Football. Left Easter 1905. Parent's Address. 

Smith, John George ; born 1885. Toppin. 

Son of Mrs. Smith, 23 Denbigh Place, Warwick Square, 
London. Class. Lower IVth — Middle Shell. Left Chr. 
1902. 3 West Street, Gateshead-on-Tyne. 

*Tunbridgb, Norby Frederick; born 1885. Lyon. 

Son of W. S. Tunbridge, Rocklands, Woodbourne Road, 
Edgbaston. Class. Upper IVth— Middle Vth. LeftChr.1901. 

Lincoln College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 



Entries in May, 1900. 

Auster, Leslie Whorwood ; born 1885. Salisbury. 

Son of A. W. Auster, Rockcliffe, Park Hill, Moseley. Class. 
Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1900. 

Backhouse, Headley Townsend ; born 1886. School House. 

Son of H. N Backhouse, 169 Boulevard Malesherbes, Paris. 
Class. Lower IVth — Middle IVth. Left Easter 1903. 

Reading for Engineering Examination. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Baker, Rupert Harry Walpole ; born 1885. House. 

Son of Capt. H. Baker, 24 Evelyn Gardens, S.W. Lower 
Mod. III. Left Mids. 1901. Parent's Address. 

*Bosman, Harold Forbes; born 1886. House. 

Son of Mrs. Bosman, 51 Earl's Court Square, S.W. Class. 
Lower Vth — Mod. I. School Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1903. 

In business. 7 Tregunter Road, London, S. W . 

Bottomlby, William Thomson ; born 1885. Swann. 

Son of W. Bottomley, 14 University Gardens, Glasgow. 

Lower Mod. II. Left Chr. 1900. 

Studying Electrical Engineering in Glasgow and West of 

Scotland Technical College. Parent's Address. 

Bodrcicault, Paul George ; born 1885. Foster. 

Son of Lieut. -Col. G. P. Bourcicault, Ted worth House, 
Marlborough. Army Side. Left Easter 1901. 

Parent's Address* 

Browne, Ernest Charles Denis ; born 1885. Bullock. 

Son of D. H. Browne, Arthurstown, Ardee, Co. Louth. 
Third Form —Class. Upper I Vth. Left Easter 1903. 

Died, July nth, 1904. 

* Carpendalk, Trevor Maxwell ; born 1885. Swann. 

Son of Colonel Carpendale, Shankill House, Co. Dublin. 
Army Side. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1902. 

R. MC, Sandhurst ; Indyin Army, January 1905. 

Parent's Address. 

* Chance, Frederick Selby; born 1886. Foster, 

Son of F. W. Chance, Morton, Carlisle. Mod. II. —I, 
School Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1903. 

Manchester College of Technology. 

Spring Hill, The Downs, Bowdon. 

• Member of Old Malvemian Society. 



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Charters, John Clement Kare Heigham ; born 1886. Lyon. 

Son of J. B. Charters, Annebrooke, Mulljngar, Westmeath, 
Scotland. Army Side. School Prefect; House Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1904. 



* Clement, Harry John ; born 1885. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. H. Neale, Lidsey Lodge, Bognor. Upper 
Mod. III.— Science Form. School Prefect; House Eleven 
Football ; Shooting Eight ; Lieut, in Corps. Left Mids. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

* Clements, Reginald Cecil ; born 1885. Faber. 

Son of W. H. Clements, 18 The Drive, Hove. Class. 
Upper I Vth— Remove. Left Mids. 1903. 

In business. Parent's Address. 



Comber, Edward Philip ; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of Edward Comber, New Bunnee, Hoylake, Cheshire. 
Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. Left Chr. 1901. 

Clerk in Cotton Broker's Office. Parent's Address. 



Cooper, Arthur Miles Gilpin ; born 1885. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. Cooper, 17 Redington Road, Hampstead. Class. 
Lower Shell — Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1902. 

Parent's Address. 

*Dundas, Leland Mordaunt; born 1885. School House. 

Son of Rev. L. B. Dundas, Pusey Rectory, Faringdon, Berks. 
Lower Mod. III. — Army Side. School Prefect ; Forty Cap 
Football ; Lieut in Corps. Left Chr. 1904. Parent's Address. 



Franks, Frank Harold ; born 1886. Toppin. 

Son of F. W. Franks, Loampits, Tonbridge. Mod. III. — 
Lower Mod. I. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket; 
House Eleven Football. Still in School. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Friend, Arthur Leslie Irvine ; born 1886. Bulloch. 

Son of J. I. Friend, Northdown, Thanet. Class. Lower 
IVth— Middle Vth. House Prefect. Still in School. 

* Frost, Hugh Kelsall ; born 1886. School House. 

Son of J. M. Frost, Upton Lawn, Chester. Class. Lower 
IVth— Middle Vth. House Prefect; Second Eleven Foot- 
ball; House Eleven Cricket; Ledbury Cap. Left Mids. 
1904. 
Clare College, Cambridge. Parents Address. 

* Gell, Harold Marriot ; born 1886. Spear. 

Son of W. J. Gell, 11 1 Gough Road, Edgbaston. Mod. III. 
— Matric. Class. House Prefect; House Eleven Football; 
Ledbury Cap. Left Mids. 1904. Parent's Address. 

* Greene, Leonard Randell; born 1885. House. 

Son of Col. E. M. Greene, Maritzburg, Natal, South Africa. 
Lower Mod. III. — I. School Prefect: First Eleven Foot- 
ball ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 1904, 

The Vicarage, Lamber hurst, Kent. 

* Hoskins, Wilfred John ; born 1886. Minor Scholar. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. Hoskins, Wake Green Road, Moseley, Birming- 
ham. Mod. IV. — III. Left Mids. 1901. 

Kurjiirstenstr ; 15-16, Berlin. 

Ingram, Arthur Irvine; born 1885. Faber. 

Son of J. C. Ingram, The Lodge, Milverton, Somerset. 
Class. Middle Vth— Vlth. House Eleven Football ; Ledbury 
Cap. Left Easter 1904. 

Johnston, Alexander Vyvyan ; born 1884. Toppin. 

Son of S. L. Johnston, 20 Croxteth Grove, Sefton Park, 
Liverpool. Army Side— Mod. I. House Prefect; House 
Eleven Cricket ; Forty Cap Football. Left Easter 1902. 

Patent's Address. 

* Member of Qld Malvernian Society. 



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Llewellyn, John Malet ; born 1885. Swann. 

Son of L. Llewellyn, Nethway House, near Dartmouth. 
Army Side. Left Mids. 1901. 

Devonshire Regiment. Parent's Address, 



Longbourne, William Louis Jennings ; born 1887. Foster. 

Son of C. R. Longbourne, Ripsley, Liphook, Hants. Class. 
Lower IVth— Middle Shell. Still in School. 



* Macan. Hugh Turner ; born 1886. Toppin. 

Son of A. Macan, Drumcashel, Castlebellingham, Ireland. 
Lower Mod. III. — Lower Mod. I. House Prefect Left 
Easter 1905. Parent's Address. 

* Mills, John Gawler; born 1885. Faber. 

Son of T. Mills, Longdown Lodge, Sandhurst, Berks. Third 
Form — Middle IV C. House Eleven Football ; Shooting 
Eight. Left Mids. 1902. 

Engineer. Parent's Address, 

Morant, Ernest Edward William ; born 1885. Bullock. 

Son of E. F. Morant, 45 Victoria Road, Kensington, W. 
Lower Mod. III.— Middle IV B. Left Mids. 1902. 

Parent's Address, 

#Pavitt, Leonard Austice ; born 1885. School House. 

Son of J. H. Pavitt, Tarrangower, Willesden Lane, Brondes- 
bury, N.W. Upper Mod. III.— I. School Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1903. 

Student of University College, London. Parent's Address, 



* Prichard, Evan Llewellyn ; born 1885. Bullock. 

Son of E. T. Prichard, Donnington Manor, Stow-on-the- 
Wold. Middle IVth— Mod. II. Left Chr. 1901. 

Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Rae, Gustavus Rockfort ; born 1886. Faber. 

Son of W. A. Shann. St. Anne's, Lowestoft. Army Side. 
House Prefect ; First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1904. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst. c/o above Address. 

* Sands, Samuel Stevens; born 1884. School House. 

Son of Mrs. L. M. Rutherford, 64 Avenue du Bois de Boulogne, 
Paris. Mod. II. — I. School Prefect ; First Eleven Foot- 
ball ; Lieut, in Corps. Left Easter 1903. 

246 East 15/A Street, New York. 

# Sands, George VVinthrop; born 1885. School House. 

Brother of above. Mod. II. — I. House Prefect; Second 
Eleven Football ; Forty Cap Cricket ; Shooting Eight ; 
School Fives Pair. Left Easter 1903. 

246 East 15th Street , New York. 

# Sheild, Thomas Jessop ; born 1886. House. 

Care of E. Hensley, 15 Gledhow Gardens, S.W. Class. 
Middle IVth— Mod II. House Prefect. Left Chr. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

Wickham, Frederic St. Barbe ; born 1885. House. 

Son of F. R. Wickham, Seapoint Lodge, Broadstairs. 
Class. Lower Shell— Upper Shell. Left Easter 1903. 

* Worlock, Ronald Montague ; born 1885. Lyon. 

Son of T. Worlock, 75 Hamilton Terrace, N.W. Mod. III. 
— I. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; Second Eleven 
Football; Shooting Eight; Lieut, in Corps. Left Chr. 
1903. Parent's Address. 

Wright, Sidney Lancelot; born 1886. School House. 

Son of O. Wright, South Wigston, Leicester. Class. 
Lower IVth — Lower Vth. House Prefect; First Eleven 
Football ; Forty Cap Cricket. Left Chr. 1903. 

Parent's Address. 

Wright, Orson Stanley ; born 1887. School House. 

Brother of above. Third Form. Left Easter 1901. 

Parent's Address. 

* Meirber of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Entries in September, 1900. 



Austen, Gordon Lillingston ; born 1885. Swann. 

Son of F. Austen, 15 Aberdeen Park, Highbury, N. 
Mod. III.— II. Left Mids. 1902. Parent's Address. 

* Banfield, Victor Gerald ; born 1887. Foster. 

Son of Col. Banfield, C.B., 10 Cathedral Square, Gibraltar. 
Third Form— Lower Mod. I. Left Chr. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

* Barker, Walter Richard; born 1886. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. F. E. Barker, The Priory, Glastonbury. Army 
Side. Left Mids. 1903. Parent's Address. 

* Barker, Holroyd Birkett; born 1886. Minor Scholar. Spear. 

Son of T. B. Barker, Lapworth Croft, Warwickshire. Class. 
Lower Vth— Vlth. Left Mids. 1903. Parent's Address. 

* Barnes, Benjamin ; born 1886. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. Barnes, Boom House, Brackley. Class. Middle 
IVth— Lower Vlth. House Prefect ; House Eleven Foot- 
ball ; Ledbury Cap. Left Chr. 1903. 
Articled Clerk. Parent's Address. 

Barnett, Edward de Barry ; born 1886. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Barnett, Leeston, Malvern. Third Form — 
Science Form. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1904. 

Parent's Add/ ess. 

Best-Gardner, Charles Clement ; born 1885. Bullock. 

Son of C. S. Best-Gardner, Neath, Ireland. Third Form — 
Middle IVth. Left Mids. 1902. Rook wood, Neath. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Bickham, Arthur Rushton ; born 1885. House Scholar. Swann. 
Son of G. Bickham, Hill View, Alderley Edge, Cheshire. 
Class. Middle Vth — Upper Vth. Gymnasium Team. Left 
Mids. 1902. 

East Indian Shipping. Parent's Address. 

* Blackader, Gordon Home ; born 1885. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Blackader, care of W. G. Taylor, 83 Queen 
Victoria Street, E.C. Class. Middle 1 Vth— Lower Shell. 
Left Mids. 1901. 

236 Mountain Street, Montreal, Canada. 

* Blacker, William Frederick ; born 1885. Lyon. 

Son of Capt. Blacker, St. Helier's, Malvern. Army Side. 
House Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1902. Parent's Address. 

ten Bosch, Lyman ; born 1886. Foster. 

Son of J. M. ten Bosch, 25 Alexandra Drive, Liverpool. 
Third Form. Left Mids. 1901. 

*Boothby, Eric FitzGeorge; born 1886. Minor Scholar. Foster. 
Son of Mrs. F. Boothby, 8 Abbotsford Crescent, St. Andrews. 
Class. Middle Vth— Mod. I. School Prefect ; Second Eleven 
Cricket ; House Eleven Football ; Lambert German Prize ; 
Barker Geography Prize. Left Mids. 1904. 

Reading for Diplomatic Service Examination. 

Parent's Address. 

* Brown, Ivan Crisp; born 1886. Foster. 

Son of J. S. Brown, Brom field Hall, Chelmsford. Third 
Form — Science Form. House Prefect ; Forty Cap Football. 
Left Easter 1905. Parent's Address, 

* Brown, Philip Anthony ; born 1886. House Scholar. Toppin. 

Son of Mrs. A. Brown, Broomhill, Southend Road, Becken- 
ham. Class. Upper Vth— Vlth. School Prefect; Forty 
Cap Football ; English Essay ; Hopkinson Reading Prize ; 
Editor of Malvernian. Left Easter 1905. 

Classical Scholar, New College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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*Brunton, Miles; born 1886. F other. 

Son of S. Brunton, Frogmore House, St. Albans. Mod. 
III. — I. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Foot- 
ball. Left Mids. 1904. 
In Billbroker's Office. Parent's Address. 

* Bryans, Maurice Edward ; born 1887. Swann. 

Son of Rev. J. L. Bryans, St. John's Vicarage, Builth, Wales. 
Third Form — Class. Lower Vth. House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1904. Parent's Address. 

Burnett, Hugh ; born 1885. Swann. 

Care of P. Burnett, 1 Delamere Terrace, Paddington, W. 
Mod. IV. — Class. Upper IVth. Left Easter 1902. 

Above Address. 

* BurrilL, Thomas Frank ; born 1886. Bullock. 

Son of T. O. Burrill, Belle Vue, Mash am, Yorks. Lower 
Mod. II.— Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1903. Parent's Address. 

* Butler, Stanley Gordon ; born 1885. Foster. 

Son of A. W. Butler, 81 Albemarle Road, Beckenham. 
Lower Mod. III. — Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1903. 

Parent's Address. 

* Butler, Hubert Oswald; born 1885. House. 

Son of I. Butler, Panteg House, Newport, Monmouth. 
Lower Mod. III.— I. House Prefect. Left Chr. 1903. 

Engineer. Parent's Address. 

Caldicott, Kenneth Child ; born 1887. Minor Scholar. Foster, 
Son of H. Caldicott, Tredennyke, Worcester. Army Side. 
House Prefect. Still in School. 

* Charriol, Richard Alexandre ; born 1886. School House. 

Son of H. Charriol, Ardmillan, Farraline Road, Watford. 
Class. Middle IVth— Upper Mod. I. Left Mids. 1903. 
Banker's Clerk. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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# Claris, Sydney Dunstan; born 1886. Spear. 

Son of S. Claris, Rowley Bank, Arkley, Barnet. Army 
Side. House Prefect; House Eleven Cricket. Left Mids. 
1903. Parent's Address. 

Collins, Charles Edward Vernon ; born 1886. Faber. 

Son of Rev. E. V. Collins, Blisland Rectory, Bodmin. 

Class. Lower IVth— Upper Vth. House Prefect. Still in 
School. 



* Collins, James Gordon Fenn; born 1885. House. 

Son of W. R. Collins, Heathercroft, Langland Bay, Swansea. 
Lower Mod. III.— Matric. Class. House Eleven Football. 
Left Mids. 1902. 

Articled to a Solicitor. Parent's Address. 



Cook son, Henry Anstey ; born 1886. Bullock. 

Son of Surgeon-Major Cookson, Beech worth Lawn, Chelten- 
ham. Mod. III. Left Chr. 1900. 

King's College, Londpn; Medical Student at Edinburgh 
University. Parent's Address. 

Dawson, Guy de Hoghton ; born 1886. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Dawson, 39 Lansdowne Crescent, Malvern. 
Class. Middle IVth— Lower Vth. Left Easter 1904. 

Medical Student. 39 Lansdowne Crescent, Malvern. 

* Dixon, Askew Beaken ; born 1886. Toppin. 

Son of T. Dixon, 26 Percy Gardens, Tynemouth. Mod. IV. 
—Middle IV C. Left Mids. 1902. Parent's Address. 

*Dodd, Percy Charles Russell ; born 1885. House. 

Son of Colonel C. A. Dodd, Seamount, Preston Park, 
Brighton. Class. Middle IVth — Army Side. House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1902. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
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* Drayson, Walter Francis ; born 1886. School House. 

Son of W. B. H. Drayson, Danes Hill, Stevenage, Herts. 
Mod. IV. — Science Form. House Prefect ; Shooting Eight. 
Left Mids. 1904. Parent's Address. 

Eady, Richard Borlaxe ; born 1886. Faber. 

Son of A. B. Eady, Carfax, Englefield Green, Surrey. 
Class. Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1901. 

Pembroke College, Oxford, 1905. Parent's Address. 

Eliot, Peter Douglas Colin ; born 1885. Lyon. 

Son of Sir J. Eliot, Derwent House Hotel, The Strand, 
London. Army Side. Left Mids. 1902. Parent's Address. 

* Evans, Reginald Francis Mitchell; born 1885. Spear. 

Son of H. M. Evans, Boultibrook, Norton, Radnorshire. 
Mod. IV.— Lower Mod. II. Left Mids. 1902. 

Farming. Parent's Address. 

* Evans-Gordon, Kenmure Alick Garth ; born 1885. School House, 

Son of Lieut. -Col. A. Evans-Gordon, Bright well, Cliftonville, 
Margate. Army Side. Left Mids. 190 1. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst. 

cjo Messrs. Grindlay & Co., 54 Parliament Street, S.W. 

Ferguson, Marmaduke ; born 1886. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. Ferguson, 13 Rectory Road, Beckenham. Class. 
Upper Shell— Matric. Class. Senior Chapel Prefect ; First 
Eleven Football ; Forty Cap Cricket ; Editor of Malvernian. 
Left Mids. 1905. Parent's Address. 

Fishbourne, Charles Eustace ; born 1885. House Scholar. Spear. 
Son of Rev. E. A. Fishbourne, Gresford Vicarage, Denbigh- 
shire. Upper Mod. II. — Army Side. School Prefect ; 
Second Eleven Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left 
Chr. 1902. 

R. M. A., Woolwich. Parent's Address. 

Fisher, Frank Horace; born 1886. Minor Scholar. School House, 
Son of H. A. Fisher, Bramcote Hills, Notts. Army Side — 
Science Form. House Eleven Cricket; Shooting Eight. 
Left Mids. 1904. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Fletcher, Anthony Archibald ; born 1886. Senior Scholar. Swaun. 
Son of A. H. J. Fletcher, Crow Trees House, Ras trick, 
Yorks. Class. Upper Vth— Vlth. House Prefect ; House 
Eleven Cricket; Greek Verse; Greek Prose. Classical 
Exhibitioner elect, Worcester College, Oxford. Still in 
School. ' * 

Foss, Kenelm Frederick ; born 1885. Spear. 

$on of F. Foss, Woodcroft, Penle Hill Road, Groydon. 
Class. Lower IVth— Middle Shell. Left Mids. 190*. 

Parents Address, 

Gqttwaltz, Lewis Herbert ; born 1887. Lyenl 

Son of L. Gottwaltz. HiHside, Pen art h. Lower Mod. III. — 
Class. Middle Vth. House Prefect. Still in School. 

* Hardy, John Clavering ; born 1885. Fabtr, 

Son of R. Hardy, Waverley Mount, Nottingham. Third 
Form— Class. Middle IVth. Left Easter 1902. 

Parent' s Address . 

Harper, Charles Harold Lefebore ; born i88{>. Spear. 

Son of Dr. C. J. Harper, Woodroffe, Milford-on-Sea. Class. 
Lower IVth— Science Form. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Footb.aH ; Ledbury Cap. Still in School. 

Harrison, Michael Charles Cooper; born 1888. School House. 

Son of R. F. Harrison, 17 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin. 
Class. Lower IVth — Army Side. Left Mids. 1902. 

On the Britannia. Parent's Address. 

* Heath, Sidney Howard; born 7886. Spear 

Son. of John H. Heath, Kingsbridge House, Westcombe 
Park, S E. Mod. III.— I. Lett Easter 1903. 

Articled to Surveyor. Parent's Address. 

#Hbywqrth, Harold Philip; born 1886. Faber. 

Son of G. B. Heyworth, Linden House, Sefton Park, Liver- 
pool. Third Form — Class. Lower Shell. House Prefect. 
• , Left Chr. 1903. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Hill, Francis James ; born 1886. Lyon. 

Son of J. C. Hill, The Moors, Barnwood, Gloucester. Third 
Form — Mod. II. Left Mids. 1903. Parent's Address. 

Hooper, Frank Henry ; born 1886. Lyon. 

Son of J. P. Hooper, Deepdene, Streatham Common, S.W.. 
Third Form — Matric. Class. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Football ; House Eleven Cricket ; Lieut, in Corps. Still in 
School. 

Hutchings, Arthur William ; born 1886. Toppbi: 

Son of W. N. Hutchings, Hillsboro, Frodsham, Cheshire. 
Mod. IV. — Science Form. Still in School. 

* Jones, Thomas Anthony ; born 1885. Salisbury. 

Son of Mrs. Jones, 3 Litfield Place, Clifton. Class. Middle 
IVth — Remove. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Easter 1904. 

Magdalen College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 1 

*Kay, John Goodrich ; born 1885. Minor Scholar. Bullock. 

Son of J. C. Kay, 13 Grafton Street, Birkenhead. Mod. II. 
Left Mids. 190 1. 

Apprenticed to Engineer. Parent's Address. 

Keen b, Hugo Nicholson James; born 1886. Lygon Scholar. Toppin. 
Son of Mrs. Toye, Stanhope, Bideford, N. Devon. Class. 
Upper Vth — Army Side. School Prefect ; Forty Cap Cricket 
and Football ; Heywood Prize. Passed into Woolwich. 
Still in School.. 

* Kerwood, Lionel ; born 1886. Minor Scholar. Lyon. 

Son of A. Kerwood, The Bracken, Plymouth Road, Barnf 
Green, Class. Middle Vth — Remove. Lea Shakespeare 
.j. ~ Prize. Left Chr. 1902. 

- Matriculated at London University. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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-#Langton, Ralph Eric; born 1886. Toppi*. 

Son of R. Langton, Ellerslie, London Road, Norbury, S.W. 
Class. Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1901. 

Stock Exchange. Parent's Address. 

Lisle, William Beresford Orde ; born 1886. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Lisle, South View, Alnmouth, Northumberland. 
Class. Middle IVth— Lower Vth. Left Mids. 1903. . 

Marsham, John Ralph Theodore ; born 1885. School House K 

Son of Rev. the Hon. J. Marsham, Barton-Seagrave Rectory, 
Kettering. Class. Middle IVth— Middle Shell. Left Chr. 
1902. Parent's Address. 

i« Martin, Victor Callingham ; born 1887. Toppin'. 

Son of F. W. P. Martin, 8 Amherst Avenue, Ealing, W. 
- Mod. III. — Lower Mod. I. House Eleven Football. Left 
Easter 1903. 

Articled to Surveyor. Parent's Address.- 

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* McC lb vert y, Guy Massy ; bora 1885. Lyon. 

Son of Col. McCleverty, 150 Cambridge Street, London, S.W. 
Army Side. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football ; 
Lambert French Prize. Left Chr. 1904. 

-•■ R. M. C, Sandhurst. Parent s Address. 

Montealegre, Claudio Emilio ; born 1886. House.. 

Son of M. Montealegre, San Jose", Costa Rica. Mod. IV. — 
Middle IV C. Left Mids. 1902. 

Morriss, George Gordon ; born 1885. House. 

Son of Edward Morriss. Mod. IV. — III. Left Easter 1902. 

West Kent Militia. Highfields Park, Withy am , Sussex. 

* • 

Robson-Muller, Oscar Vyvian ; born 1888. Foster. 

Son of (X -Rohson-M tiller, Strathallen, Saltbum-by-the-Sea. 
Third Form— Lower Mod. I. Still in -School; - 



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* Member of OH- Matverntan Society. 



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* Mvlne, Ernest Charles ; born 188$. _ H&s*. 

Son of £. Mylne, Judispore, Beheea, Bengal, India.. ;- Class. 
Lower Shell. Left Mids. 190?. 
Reading for Army. Parent' s Address. 

* Nevinson, Guy Roger Grisewood ; born 1885. Swann* 

Son of B. G. Nevinson, 3 Ted worth Square, Chelsea, S.W. 
Class. Middle IVth— -Middle Vth. Left Chr. 1903. 

University College, London. Parent's Address. 

N*wton, fcoel ; born 1888. Tdppin: 

S6n of Mrs. Newton, Brookfield, Gosforth, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. Class. Lower IVth— Upper Vth. Left Mids. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

* Nicolls, Frank Longhnan ; born 1886. House Scholar. Sfejtr. 

Son of G, W. Nicolls. 9 Park Road, Forest Hill. Class. 
Upper Vth. House Eleven Football. Left Easter 1901. 

Obtained a Scholarship at Winchester. Parent's Address. 

Norsworthy, Harold Mitford ; born 1886. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Eve, Yealmpton, Plymouth. Third Form — 
Class. Shell. Left Chr. 1902. 

Art Student. Harbour Studio, St. Ives, Cornwall. 

Onslow, Arthur Dentil ; bofn 1887. School House. 

Son of W. A. Onslow, Preston Bagot House, Henley-in- 
Arden. Class. Lower Vth — Lower Vlth. House Prefect. 
Still in School. 

*Parkes, Thomas Charles Hardy ; born 1887. Bullock. 

Son of T. F. Parkes, 49 Palace Road, Streatham Hill, S.W. 
Class. Middle IVth — Mod- I. House Prefect; Ledbury 
Cap. Left Mids. 1903. 

Engineering. Parent's Address. 

Pindbr, Albert Humphrey ; born 1887. House Scholar. House. 
Care of J. B. Lnckham, Gorse Cliff, Boscombe. Class. 
Middle Vth — Lower Vlth. House Prefect; Dowdeswell 
Prize. Still in School. 

* Member of Old Malverniaa Spcioty. 



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* Powell, Frank Aubrey ; born 1886. Swann. 

Son of Dr. £. Powell, Mapperley Hill, Nottingham. Class. 
Upper IVth— Matric. Class. School Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football ; School Fives Pair. Left 
Mids. 1904, 
Trinity College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* Quihampton, Harold; born 1885, Spear. 

Son of W. G. Qnihampton, Clevedon House, Isle worth, 

Mod. III.— I. House Eleven Football; Forty Cap Cricket. 

Left Mids. 1902. 

King's College, London. Parent's Address. 

* Reed, Talbot ; born 1886. House Scholar. Swann. 

Son of Mrs. T. B. Reed. 5 North Hill, Highgate, N. Class. 
Upper Vth — Army Side. House Prefect; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1904. 

Passed into Sandhurst. Parent's Address. 

* Robertson, George Strafford ; born 1886. * Spear. 

Son of R. J. Robertson, 9 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin. 
Class. Middle IVth— Upper Vth. Left Easter 1904. 

Trinity College, Dublin. St. Mary's, Temple Road, Dublin. 

* Robson, Miles Conway ; born 1885. Minor Scholar. School House. 

Son of E. H. Robson, Cambria, Shortlands, Kent. Army 
Side. Heywpod Exhibition. Left Mids. 1903. 
Passed into Woolwich ; in L. and N. W. R. Co. 

Patent's Address. 

* Rogers, Edward Ambrose Gordon ; born 1886. Poster. 

Minor Scholar. Son of R. N. Rogers, Tremedden, Fal- 
mouth. Class. Middle Vth — Matric. Class. House Eleven 
Football. Left Mids. 1904. 

Reading for the Law. Parent's Address. 

. * Member of OW Malvernian Society. 



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.* Sassoon, Michael Thornycroft ; born 1884., Foster. 

Son of Mrs. A. S. Sassoon, Weirleigh, Paddock Wood. 

Middle IV B.— Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1903. 

Clare College, Cambridge ; Apprentice in Thornycroft's Works, 

Chiswick. Weirleigh, Paddock Wood, Kent 

If Saunders, John O'Brien ; born 1886. Foster. 

Son of John O'B. Saunders, 9 Hare Street, Calcutta. Class. 
Upper IVth— Mod. I. School Prefect ; First Eleven Cricket ; 
Second Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1904. Parent's Address. 

* Saunders, Cyril Sivenright ; born 1887. Day Boy. 

Class. Lower IVth — Mod. I. 

Spring Bank, Graham Road, Malvern. 

Scott, William McMoran ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of W. Scott, Oak field, Beamsley, Skipton, Yorks. 
Class. Middle IVth— Mod. II. Left Mids r 1902. 

Parenfs Address. 

Sbth-Smith, Hugh Garden ; born 1885. Faber. 

Son of F. Seth-Smith, Upton Grey Lodge, Winch field. 
Army Side. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football. Left 
Mids. 1903. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst. Parent's Address. 



* SissoN, Henry Arrnott ; born 1886. Toppin. 

Son of J. A. Sisson, Hillcroft, Low Fell, Co. Durham. 
Class. Lower IVth— Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1903. 
Durham College of Science. Parent's Address. 



if Sitzler, Edward Albert ; born 1886. School House. 

Son of Mrs. L. Sitzler, Highbury House, Ewell Road, Sur- 
biton. Class Middle Vth — Lower Vlth. Left Mids. 1903. 

. Parens Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Smith, Oliver Alfred ; born 1885. Foster. 

Son of J. M. Smith, The Brooklands, Brorosgrove. Lower 
Mod. III. — Lower Mod. I. Left Easter 1903. 

Parents Address. 

Smvly, Alexander Ferguson ; born 1886. Lyon. 

Son of His Honour Judge Smyly, 84 St. George's Square, 
S.W. Class. Middle IVth -Upper Vth. Still in School. 

Stanbridgb, Guy Copeland ; born 1886. Swan ft. 

Son of Mrs. Stanbridge, 9 Warnborough Road, Oxford. 
Class. Lower Shell— Lower Vlth. Left Mids. 1904. 
St. John's College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

* Stewart, John James Erskine Brown ; born 1885. House. 

Son of Rev. R. S. Stewart, D.D., 18 Royal Terrace, Edin- 
burgh. Class. Upper IVth — Remove. School Prefect. 
Left Mids. 1903. Parent's Address. 

Tkwson, Edward George ; born 1886. Spear. 

Son of E. A. Tewson, 14 Molyneux Park, Tunbridge Wells. 
Mod. IV. — Matric Class. School Prefect; First Eleven 
Football; House Eleven Cricket; Lieut, in Corps. Left 
Mids. 1905. 
Choral Scholar, Caius College, Cambridge. 

*Thong-Chua, Mom Chow; bora 1885. Salisbury. 

Son of H.R.H. Prince Sanpasart, Bangkok, Siam. Lower 
Mod. III.— I. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Left 
Mids. 1904. 
Worcester College, Oxford. 25 Hereford Square, S.W,. 

# Trevor, Arnold William; born 1886. Day Boy. 

Son of W. C. Trevor, Overbeck, Guisborough. Class. 
Lower IVth— Middle Shell. Left Mids. 1903. 

Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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#Waghorn, Henry Webb; born 1886. Bullock. 

Son of J. W. Waghorn, 8 Gtenlcice Road, Blackheatb. Mod. 
II. — Matric. Form. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket 
and Football. Left Mids. 1903. Parents Address. 

* Wilson, George Barnsley Adshead ; born 1885. House.. 

Son of Col. G. A. Wilson, 27 Alexandra Drive, Liverpool. 
Third Form— Class. Upper IVth. Left Easter 1903. 

Shipbroker (Messrs. Watts, Watts, & Co., Liverpool). 

Parents Address. 

* Wood, Herbert Kenneth ; born 1886. Faber. 

Son of H. J. Wood, Rissington, Hcrsham.WaHon-on-Thames. 
Class, Middle IVth —Upper Vth. Sphool Prefect ; House 
Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Mids. 1904. 

Brasenose College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

Woodruff, John Shedden ; born 1887. School House. 

Son of J. W. Woodruff, Quair, Binstead. Isle of Wight. 
Class. Lower Shell— Vlth. School Prefect ; Editor of Mai- 
vernian. Still in School. 



Entries in January, 1901. 

Boden, John Francis Worsley ; born 1886. Bullock. 

Son of Rev. C. J. Boden, North Wingfield Rectory, Chester- 
field. Class. Upper IVth — Middle Vth. House Prefect. 
Still in School. 

*Brigg, Gerald Francis; born 1885. Salisbury. 

Son of T. S. Brigg, 1 Beech Grove Terrace, Leeds. Lower 
Mod. III.— II. Second Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1902. 

Brush Electrical Engineering Company, Loughborough. 

Falcon Works, Loughborough. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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# Brodib, Malcolm William O'Callaghan ; born 1887. School House. 

Son of Capt. E. W. Brodie, 9 Embankment Gardens, 
Chelsea, S.W. Lower Mod. III. — Science Form. House 
Prefect ; Second Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1904. 
' Royal School of Mines, South Kensington. 

Parent's Address. 

# Campbell, St. John Dacres Montgomery; born 1885. Foster. 

Son of Rev. S. M. Campbell, Midhurst Vicarage, Sussex. 
Class. Upper Shell — Army Side. Left Easter 1903. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst. Parenfs Address. 

# Cook, Charles William ; born 1887. Foster. 

Son of E. B. Cook, Moor Drive, Harrogate, Yorks. Mod. IV, 
— II. Left Easter 1903. 
Studying Engineering at Leeds University. Parent's Address. 

# Cooper, William Dermot ; born 1887. Salisbury. 

Son of A. H. Cooper, 54 Manor Place, Edinburgh. Lower 
Mod. III. — Army Side. Left Mids. 1904. Parent's Address. 

Cornelius, Norman Stanley ; born 1886. Toppin. 

Son of F. W. Cornelius, Seathwaite, Blundellsands. Liver- 
pool. Mod. III. — Matric. Class. School Prefect; First 
Eleven Cricket (capt.); First Eleven Football (capt.); 
Ledbury Cap ; Champion Athlete. Left Mids. 1905. 

Clare College, Cambridge. 

Cowpland, William Francis Robert ; born 1886. Lyon. 

Son of Rev. W. E. Cowpland, Acton Beauchamp Rectory; 
near Worcester. Left same term. 

# Dillev, Graham ; born 1886. Swam. 

Son of A. G. Dilley, Connaught House, Church End, 
Finchley, N. Lower Mod. III.— Upper IVB. Left Mids. 
1903. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malverniau Society. 



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* Dresser, Harold Breeden ; born 1885. Salisbury. 

Son of A. R. Dresser, Springfield, Bexley Heath, Kent. 
Lower Mod. III. — Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1902. 

Parent's Address. 

« Hoskins, John Stevens ; born 1886. Spear. 

Son of John E. Hoskins, J. P., The Grange, Yardley, Bir- 
mingham. Mod. IV. — Matric. Class. House Prefect; 
House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1904. Parent* s Address. 

Hughes, Harold Augustus ; born 1887. Lyon, 

Son of G. H. C. Hughes, Trinity Road, Birchfield, Birming- 
ham. Lower Mod. III. Left Easter 1902. Parent's Address. 

Jones, Harry Llewellyn ; born 1886. Sivantt. 

Son of E. O. Jones, Castlefield, Gabalfa, Cardiff. Class. 
Lower IVth.— Matric. Class. School Prefect; First Eleven 
Football ; School Fives Pair; Shooting Eight (capt.) ; Lieut, 
in Corps. Left Mids. 1905. 
Clare College, Cambridge. 

* Jones, Russell Lloyd; born 1S86. Toppin. 

Son of W. T. Jones, 17 Stratton Street, Piccadilly, W. 

, Class. Upper IVth. — Shell. House Prefect. Left Easter 

1905. Parent's Address. 

* Leman, John Frederick ; born 1886. Foster. 

Son of F. G. Leman, 22 Hill Road, Clevedon. Class. Middle 
IVth - Army Side. House Prefect. First Eleven Football. 
Left Chr. 1903. Parent's Address. 

Marshall, Clement ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of J. W. Marshall, Hurst Bank, Heaton, Bolton. Class. 
Upper IVth— Upper Vth. School Prefect; Second Eleven 
Football. Still in School. 

4 McKibbin, George; born 1886. Faber. 

Son of J. C. McKibbin, 16 Holly Road, Fairfield, Liverpool. 
Class. Middle IVth— Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1962. ' 

Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Mbllin, Eric Lawrence ; born 1886. Spear. 

Son of G. Mellin, Wickham Hall; Wickham, Kent. Mod. 
III. — Matric. Class. School Prefect; First Eleven Cricket 
(capt.); First Eleven Football (capt.) ; School Fives Pair. 
Still in School. 

Morris, Charles Philip Scott ; born 1886. Swann. 

Son of E. E. Morris, Cotswold House, Chipping Campden. 
Third Form— Middle IV B. Left Chr, 1903. 

Morris; Lancelot Trevelyan Scott ; born 1887. Swann. 

Brother of above. Third Form — Mod. III. Ledbury Cap. 
Left Easter 1904. Parent's Address. 

Musgrave, John Edward f born 1886. Lyon. 

Son of E. Musgrave, Cockermouth. Class. Lower Vth — 
Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1901. Parent's Address. 

Penny, Frederick Willoughby ; born 1887. Foster. 

Son of S. Penny, 24 Fairmile Avenue, Streatham, S.W. 
Mod. III. — Science Form. Still in School. 

Salt, Robert Shirley MacDonnell ; born 1888. Toppin. 

Son of Sir Shirley H. Salt, Bart., Gliffaes, Crickhowell, 
S.Wales. Class. Lower I Vth — Army Side. Left Mids. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

kTweedalb, Charles Meredith ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of J. A. Tweedale, Corner Croft, Fulshaw Park, Wilms- 
low. Class. Lower IVth — Upper Shell. Left Easter 1905. 

Parent's Address. 

Vlasto, Stephane ; born 1885. House. 

Son of A. Vlasto, 104 Avenue Malakoff, Paris. Class. 
Middle IVth— Middle Shell. Left Easter 1903. 

Ward, Robert Geoffrey ; born 1886. Swann. 

Son of S. Ward, Belmont, Exeter. Third Form— Matric. 
Class. House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1903. 

Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Matvernjan Society. 

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Entries in May, 1901. 

Bassett, Edward Osmond Dollin ; born 1887. House. 

Son of F. Bassett, The Knolls, Leighton Buzzard. Class. 
Middle IVth— Lower Vth. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Football. Left Easter 1905. Parent's Address. 

Cairns, William Edward Plunket ; born 1887. Spear. 

Son of W. P. Cairns, Stameen, Drogheda, Ireland. Mod. 
III. — Army Side. Still in School. 

* Dixon, Reginald Tatton ; born 1886. Lyon. 

Son of F. P. Dixon, Westfield Park, Harold's Cross, Dublin* 
Army Side — Mod. I. Left Chr. 1903. 
Trinity College, Dublin. Parent* s Address. 

Dodgson, Richard Heathfield ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of W. H. Dodgson, Keston, Kent. Lower Mod. III. — 
Lower Mod. II. Left Easter 1904. 

*Goldschmidt, Harold Henry Arthur; born 1886. Lyon. 

Son of S. H. Goldschmidt, 2 Carlton Hill, London, N.W. 
Modern II. — I. Left Mids. 1904. 

2 Carlton Hill, St. John's Wood, N. W. 

* Grant, Henry Lester ; born 1886. Swann. 

Son of H. Grant, Twyford, Caterham Valley, Surrey. 

Parent's Address. 

Green, William Wyndham ; born 1887. House. 

Son of Capt. P. Green, Governor's House, Winson Green, 
Birmingham. Army Side. School Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket. Still in School. 

Hall, John Ashley ; born 1886. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. A. Hall, Shernett House, Erdington, Birming- 
ham. Class. Lower Shell — Remove. Still in School. 

* Member of Old Malvemian Society. 



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*Horsley, Wilfred Palmer; born 1887. School House. 

Son of J. H. Horsley, Southfield House, Cottingham, East 
Yorks. Middle IV B— Mod. II. House Prefect. Left 
Easter 1905. Parent's Address. 

Hubbuck, Rupert Edward ; born 1887. Salisbury. 

Son of Mrs. Hubbuck, Pinehurst, Headley, Hants. Mod. IV. 
Left Chr. 1903. 

Went to Bedale's School, Petersfield. Parent's Address. 

Hussey, Michael Edward Charles ; born 1887. Spear. 

Son of J. F. Hussey, Quatre Bras, Dorchester. Class. 
Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Still in School. 

*Kay, James; born 1887. Bullock. 

Son of Mrs. Kay, Langton House, Leamington Spa. Mod. 
III. Left Chr. 1903. 13 Grafton Street, Birkenhead. 

* Lake, John Strickland ; born 1887. Salisbury. 

Son of A. F. Lake, 12 Park Hill, Clapham Park, S.W. 
Mod. IV.— Matric. Class. House Prefect; House Eleven 
Cricket ; Forty Cap Football. Left Easter 1905. 

Parent's Address. 

Mackenzie, Thomas Chalmers ; horn 1887. Toppin. 

Son of J. H. M. Mackenzie, Calgary, Isle of Mull, Scotland. 
Army Side. Left Chr. 1902. Parent's Add/ ess. 

Mather, Thomas James Elton; born 1886. Faber. 

Son of T. C. Mather, Oakhill, Lydiate, Liverpool. Class. 
Lower IVth— Upper Shell. House Eleven Football. Still 
in School. 

Maxwell, Ronald Erskine Wilford ; born 1886. House. 

Son of R. W. Maxwell, Queen Anne's Mansions, St. James' 
Park, S.W. Class. Shell — Lower Vlth. House Prefect. 
Still in School. 

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Morant, John Gambler; born 1887. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Morant, 18 Victoria Road, Kensington, W. 
Class. Upper IVth — Science Form. Stilt in School. 

* Pelly, Humphry Richard ; born 1886. Swann. 

Son of H. C. Pelly, Kentwins, Nutfield, Surrey. Class. 
Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1903. 

In business. Parent's Address. 

* Preston, Classon O'Driscoll ; born 1886. School House. 

Son of S. Preston, Yates Place, Simla. Army Side. Left 
Easter 1904. 

Reading for Woolwich. Parent's Address. 

Reid, Alvan ; born 1887. School House. 

Son of J. McC. Reid, Estancia Negrete, Estancion Villanueva, 
Buenos Ayres. Mod. IV. — II. School Prefect. House 
Eleven Cricket and Football. Still in School. 

Roberts, Ernest Woolley ; born 1886. House. 

Son of J. W. Roberts, Westfield, Kersal, Manchester. Lower 
Mod. III. — Lower Mod. I. House Prefect ; Forty Cap 
Cricket. Left Chr. 1903. 

Articled Clerk to Solicitor. Parent's Address. 

* Slaughter, Arthur ; born 1886. House. 

Son of W. C. Slaughter, 8 Devonshire Place, W. Lower 
Mod. III.— Class. Middle IVth. House Eleven Football. 
Left Chr. 1903. 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

Smith, Ronald Maskelyne ; born 1886. Spear. 

- Son of Mrs. Smith, Apsey House, Batheaston, Bath. Third 
Form — Class. Upper IVth. Left Chr. 1901. 

Parent's Address. 

* Stanton, Thomas Harrison ; born 1887. Foster. 

Son of J. H. Stanton, Stubb House, Winston, Darlington. 
Class. Lower Vth — Army Side. Left Mids. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

f Member of Old Malvecnian Society. 



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Stephenson -Peach, Robert Louis Symington ; born 1889. Day Boy. 
Son of W. j. Stephenson-Peach, Kirkleatham, Malvern. 
Third Form— Mod. II. Still in School. 

# Thompson, James Leonard ; born 1886. Swann. 

Son oi W. Thompson, Moresdale Hall, Kendal. Class. 
Lower IVth — Lower Mod. II. Left Easter 1904. 

Apprentice at L. & N. W. R. Company's Works, Crewe. 

15 Delamere Street West, Crewe. 

*Wodehouse. Francis Oakley ; born 1886. Bullock. 

Son of C. E. Wodehouse, Woolmers Park, Hertford. Class. 
Middle IVth— Upper Shell. Left Chr. 1902. 

Parent's Address. 



Entries in September, 1901. 

Attfibld, William Henry ; born 1888. Lyon. 

Care of B. May, 50 Frederick Road, Edgbaston, Birming- 
ham. Class. Lower IVth — Matric. Class. House Prefect ; 
House Eleven Football. Still in School. 

*Bell, Wilfred Jeffrey ; born 1887. School House. 

Son of C. J. Bell, Pendarvis, Combermere Road, St. 
Leonard ' s-on-Sea . 

Fruit Grower. Belle Meade Farm, Hazelmere, B.C. 

*Bird, Charles Henry Greenham ; born 1887. School House. 

Son of Rev. H. G. Bird, St. Andrew's Vicarage, Uxbridge. 
Class. Middle Shell — Army Side. House Prefect; First 
Eleven Cricket; First Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

Blanshard, Edward Cust ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of E. Blanshard, London Road, St. Leonard' s-on- Sea. 
Class. Upper IVth — Mod. III. Left Easter 1902. 

Parent's Address. 

•Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Boosey, Leslie Arthur ; born 1887. Foster, 

Son of A Boosey, The Cedars, Bromley Common, Kent. 
Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. House Prefect. Still in School. 

* Bostock, Hugh William ; born 1886. Swann, 

Son of }. S. Bostock, Uplands, Colombo, Ceylon. Class. 

Lower IVth — Army Side. House Eleven Football. Left 

Mids. 1903. 

Studying Civil Engineering. 2 Liverpool Street, Dover. 

Bousfield, Robert Bruce ; born 1886. Spear, 

Son of W. R. Bousfield, K.C.. St. Swithin's, Hendon, N.W. 
Class. Middle IVth— Upper Shell. Still in School. 

Braithwaite, Arthur Cecil ; born 1887. Foster, 

Son of C. Braithwaite (O.M.), Effingham, Surrey. Class. 
Middle Shell— Matric. Class. Still in School. 

*Buck, Edward Martin ; born 1887. Swann. 

Son of H. W. Buck, The Stalls, Worcester. Army Side— 
Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1904. Parent's Address. 

Burrill, William Edward ; born 1888. Bullock, 

Son of T. O. Burrill, Belle Vue, Masham, Yorks. Class. 
Lower IVth— Science Form. Still in School. 

Campbell, Henry Colville Montgomery ; born 1887. Foster, 

Son of Rev. S. M. Campbell (O. M.), Midhurst Vicarage, 
Sussex. Army Side — Remove. House Prefect. Still in School. 

Carpendale, Frederick Maxwell ; born 1887. Swann. 

Son of Col. Carpendale, Shankhill House, Co. Dublin. 
Army Side. House Prefect ; House Eleven Football ; 
Lambert French Prize. Still in School. 

Challinor, Johnson Macmillan ; born 1886. Day Boy. 

Son of Dr. Challinor, The Knoll, Colwall, near Malvern. 
Class. Upper Shell— Lower Vlth. Left Easter 1905. 

Exeter College, Oxford. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvcrnian Society. 



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Clarke, Howard Cyril Chatfield ; born 1888. Spear. 

Son of H. C. Clarke, 6 Kensington Gardens Square, W. 
Class. Upper IVth— Matric. Class. School Prefect ; First 
Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Still in School. 

* Cox, John Holden ; born 1886. Faber. 

Son of J. R. Cox, Boufarik, Algeria, N. Africa. Upper IV B. 
— Lower Mod. I. Left Chr. 1902. 

Agriculturist. Parent's Address. 

* Crisp, Stanley Searle ; born 1887. School House. 

Son of F. Crisp, White House, New Southgate, N. Army 
Side. Second Eleven Cricket. Left Chr. 1903. 
Reading for Army. Parent's Address. 

Davison, Ronald ; born 1887. Spear, 

Son of J. U. Davison, Thornbury, Whyteleafe, Surrey. 
Class. Middle IVth— Lower Vlth. Still in School. 

Dixon, Maurice Frederick ; born 1889. Lyon. 

Son of F. P. Dixon, Westfield Park, Harold's Cross, Dublin. 
Class. Lower Shell— Middle Vth. Still in School. 



Dudley, Robert Roland Waddell ; born 1887. Foster. 

Son of Rev. W. D. W. Dudley, St. Stephen's Vicarage, 
St. Albans. Class. Lower Vth— Vlth. School Prefect; 
School Racquet Pair. Still in School. 

Elsdale, Henry Sefton ; born 1887. Bullock. 

Son of Mrs. Elsdale, Holly House, Spratton, Northants. 
Class. Lower Shell— Army Side. Still in School. 

* Elston, Charles Douglas ; born 1886. Spear. 

Son of C. F. Elston, Hengoed, Walton-on-Thames. Upper 
IVth— Army Side. Left Chr. 1903. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malveraian Society. 



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Esdaile, Robert Sidney ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of C. £. j. Esdaile, Cothelestone House, Taunton. 
Class. Upper IVth— Shell. Still in School. 

Foster, Maurice Kirshaw ; born 1889. Foster, 

Son of Rev. H. Foster, 5 College Grounds, Malvern. Class. 
Upper IVth— Upper Vth. House Prefect ; First Eleven 
Football ; Second Eleven Cricket ; School Racquet Pair. 
Still in School, 

* Gammidge, Francis Norton ; born 1887. School House, 

Minor Scholar. Son of H. Gammidge, Eversley, Bromley, 
Kent. Class. Upper Vth — Lower Vlth. Left Easter 1904. 

Articled Clerk to Chartered Accountant. Parent s Address. 

* George, Anthony Hastings ; born 1886. Swann. 

Son of W. E. George, Downside, Stoke Bishop, Bristol. 
Class. Upper Shell—Mod. I. House Prefect ; House Eleven 
Cricket and Football. Left Easter 1903. 

Reading for Diplomatic Service Exam. Parent's Address. 

Gray, Percival ; born 1889. Swann. 

Son of Rev A. St. John Gray, Abbotsley, Burnham, Somerset. 
Class. Lower IVth — Middle IVth. Left Easter 1903. 

H. M. S. Worcester ; Mercantile Marine (P. and O. Line). 

Parent's Address. 

Griffiths, Richard Evelyn ; born 1888. Lyon. 

Son of Dr. Griffiths, 5 Kensington Square, W. Class. 
Upper IVth— Lower Vth. Still in School. 

*Gurrby, Francis Donald; born 1887. Toppin. 

Son of F. Gurrey, West View, Warlingham, Surrey. Class. 
Lower Vth— Upper Vth. Left Chr. 1902. 

Matriculated (1st Division) London University 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Hammond, Alexander; born 1887. Toppin. 

Son of W. J. Hammond, The Grange, Knockholt, Sevenoaks. 
Class. Lower Vth— Matric. Class. House Prefect; House 
Eleven Cricket. Still in School. 

Hardy, David Waters ; born 1888. House. 

Son of H W. Hardy, Fold House, Heaton Mersey, Man- 
chester. Class. Lower IVth — Lower Mod. II. Still in 
School. 

Harris, Gerald ; born 1887. Foster 

Son of J. Harris, Strathearn, Saltburn-by-the-Sea. Class. 
Lower IVth — Lower Mod. II. Died at School, June 1904. 

*Heald, Norman Frederick ; born 1887. Minor Scholar. Faber. 

Son of F. W. Heald, Tower House, Breakspears Road, 

St. John's, S.E. Class. Middle Vth — Mod. I. House 
Eleven Cricket and Football. Left Easter 1904. 

Merchant. Parent's Address. 

* Heaver, William Gordon Swanton ; born 1887. Spear. 

Son of W. B. Heaver, Beechwood, Leatherhead, Surrey. 
Class. Middle Shell — Lower Vth. Left Easter 1904. 

Parent's Address, 

* Herzberg, Ernest ; born 1887. Bullock. 

Son of B. Herzberg, 12 Lancaster Place, Belsize Park, N W. 
Upper Mod. II. — Mod. I. Left Chr. 1903. Parent's Address, 

* Hills, Cecil Harold ; born 1887. Toppin. 

Son of W. G. Hills, Stechford Hall, Warwickshire. Class. 
Lower IVth — Upper IVth. Left Easter 1904. 

New Hudson Cycle Co., Birmingham. Parent's Address. 

#Hodson, Robert Charles; born 1888. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. Hodson, Fernholme, Christchurch Road, 
Cheltenham. Army Side. Left Easter 1905. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Keep, Leslie Howard ; born 1886. Bullock. 

Son of J. H. Keep, Treeton Hall, Rotherham. Class. 

Lower IVth — Matric. Class. House Eleven Cricket and 

Football. Left Chr. 1904. Parent's Address. 

Kempson, Carteret John ; born 1888. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. D. Kempson, Alexandra House, Dover. Class. 
Upper IVth— Remove. Still in School. 

Kirke, Robert ; born 1887. Spear. 

Son of R. Kirke, Woodthorpe, Walton-on -Thames. Middle 
IVth — Science Form. House Prefect. Still in School. 

Laing, Gerald Ogilvie ; born 1887. School House. 

Son of F. M. Laing, Farnley Grange, Corbridge-on-Tyne. 
Middle IV B — Science Form. Left Easter 1905. 

Lloyd, Llewellyn Sydney ; born 1886. Day Boy. 

Son of Llewellyn Lloyd, Hafod, Mold, Flintshire. Class. 
Lower IVth. Left Chr. 1901. 

Learning Land Agency. Bodlonfa, Mold, Flintshire. 

Longbourne, James ; born 1888. Foster. 

Son of C. R. Longbourne, Ripsley, Liphook, Hants. Class. 
Middle IVth- Mod. II. Still in School. 



Macbeth, Norman Bruce ; born 1887. Foster. 

Son of J. B. K Macbeth, care of Macbeth Bros. & Co., 
Bombay. Class. Upper IVth — Matric. Class. House Pre- 
fect ; House Eleven Football. Still in School. 

* Mackenzie, Roderick Simcox ; born 1887. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. Mackenzie, Somerset Road, Edgbaston. Class. 
Middle Shell— Matric. Class. School Prefect ; Forty Cap 
Cricket ; Second Eleven Football. Left Easter 1905. 

Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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McKibbin, Alexander George ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of G. McKibbin, Broadclyst, 6 Ullet Road, Liverpool. 
Class. Upper IVth— Lower Vth. Still in School. 

Megginson, Ernest Archibald ; born 1887. Toppin. 

Son of W. Megginson, M.D., 13 Lyndhurst Gardens, Ealing, 
W. Class. Lower Vth — Matric. Class. Still in School. 

Miles, Charles Henry Audley ; born 1887. School House. 

Son of A. C. Miles, Merchiston House, Bedford. Class. 
Middle Shell -Lower Vth. Left Mids. 1902. 

Monk, John Magrath : born 1887. Minor Scholar. Lyon. 

Son of H. L. Monk, Rotha, Wilvercote, Oxford. Class. 
Middle Vth— Vlth. School Prefect. Still in School. 

Murray, Archibald ; born 1887. Toppin. 

Son of W. Murray, 2 Gresham Buildings, E.G. Class. 
Middle IVth -Lower Shell. Still in School. 

Napier, Lenox ; born 1887. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. Napier, Braeside, Wimbledon Park, Surrey. 
Class. Lower IVth — Matric. Class. Forty Cap Cricket and 
Football. Still in School. 

#Orde, John Barwick ; born 1886. Minor Scholar. House. 

Son of Major W. Orde, Nunny Kirk, Morpeth. Army Side. 
House Prefect. Left Chr. 1904. Parent's Address. 

Orde, Percy Lancelot ; born 1888. Minor Scholar. House. 

Brother of above. Class. Middle Vth — Lower Vlth. Still 
in School. 

* Pearson, Cecil John ; born 1886. Foster. 

Son of G. F. Pearson, Westland House, Birkdale, Lanes. 
Upper IV B. — Mod. II. House Prefect ; First Eleven 
Cricket. Gymnasium Four. Left Mids. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Maivernian Society. 



'488 The Malvern Rectsteb! 1901* 



Peel, Robert Lloyd ; born 1889. Swatttt. 

Son of H. Peel, Taliaris, Llandilo, S. Wales. Class. 
Middle IVth— Lower Mod. I. Still in School. 

Powell, Francis Cyril ; born 1888. Swann. 

Son of W. P. Powell, Maesydderwen, Hirwain, Glamorgan. 
Middle IV B.— Mod. II. Left Chr. 1902. 

Working for Woolwich. 

Malvern Villa, Path Square, Newport, Monmouth . 

Prain, Theodore ; born 1887. Faber Exhibitioner. Faber. 

Son of Major D. Prain, care of H. S. King & Co., 65 Corn- 
hill, E.C. Class. Upper Vth— Vlth. House Prefect. Left 
Easter 1905. 

* Prior, Arthur Hawtayne; born 1886. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. Prior, 35 Gloucester Road, Kensington, S.W. 
Class. Lower Vth— Upper Vth. Left Mids. 1903. 

Parent's Address. 

* Pulling, John Bernard; born 1887. Lyon. 

Son of H. J. Pulling, 11 Old Steyne, Brighton. Class. 
Middle Vth. Left Easter 1904. 

Christ's College, Cambridge. Parent's Address, 

* Quihampton, Wilfred ; born 1886. Spear. 

Son of W. G. Quihampton, Isleworth, Middlesex. Middle 
IV B— Upper IV C. Left Mids. 1903. Parent's Address. 

Rawcliffe, Charles Barlow ; born 1888. Salisbury. 
Son of C. A. Rawcliffe, The Gables, Blundellsands, Liver- 
pool. Class. Lower IVth— Mod. II. House Prefect. Still 
in School. 

Read, Geoffrey Jervis ; born 1888. Spear. 

Son of J. J. Read (O.M.), High House, Brentwood, Essex. 
Class. Upper Shell— Mod. I. Still in School. 

* Member of Old Malvcrnian Society. 



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Reynolds, Herbert Ramsay Play ford ; born 1887. Foster. 

House Scholar. Son of P. Reynolds, Bryn Cam, The Park, 
Cheltenham. Army Side. School Prefect ; Senior Gym- 
nasium. Still in School. 

# Ridley-Shield, Clement; born 1887. Bullock. 

Son of J . Ridley-Shield, Cardew, Alresford. Class. Lower Vth 
— Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1903. Parent's Address. 

* Ridley-Shield, Norman ; born 1887. Bullock. 

Brother of above. Class. Upper Shell— Lower Vth. Left 
Mids. 1903. Parent's Address. 

Scott, Maurice ; born 1888. Faber. 

Son of W. Scott, Oakfield, Beamsley, Skipton, Yorks. 
Class. Lower IVth— Middle IV B. Left Mids. 1902. 

Parent's Address. 

Smith, William Alfred ; born 1886. Lyon. 

Son of G. F. Smith, Friary Road, Uttoxeter New Road, 
Derby. Class. Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Left Easter 1903. 

Parent's Address. 

Southwell, Arthur Horace Stedman ; born 1887. House. 

Son of Mrs. Southwell, Danesford, Bridgnorth. Class. 
Lower IVth — Lower Mod. II. Left Chr. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

Stallard, George Victor ; born 1887. Bullock. 

Son of J. Stallard, St. John's House, Worcester. Army 
Side— Class. Middle Vth. Still in School. 



Sugden, William Norman ; born 1887. Swann. 

Son of W. Sugden, 1 Sandy Lane, Pendleton, Manchester. 
Class. Upper IVth — Lower Vth. Left Easter 1904. 

Electrical Engineer. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 
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*NaiTom; born 1885. Foster. 

Class. Lower IVth — Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1903. 

c\o The Siamese Legation, 25 Hereford Square, S. W. 

Tyson, Thomas Gerald ; born 1886. School House. 

Son of T. R. Tyson, Gladwyns, Lawrie Park Avenue, Syden- 
ham. Class. Lower IVth -Mod. HI. Left Mids. 1902. 

Parent's Address. 

Vidal, Lancelot Andrewes ; born 1887. School House. 

Minor Scholar. Son of Rev. R. W. Vidal, 164 Banbury Road, 
Oxford. Class. Upper Vth — Lower Vlth. First -Eleven 
Cricket ; House Eleven Football ; Ledbury Ca£. Still in 
School. 

Watson, Thomas Clifford ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of J. C. Watson, The Hall, Stoney Middleton, Sheffield. 
Class. Lower IVth— Mod. II. Still in School. 

Worsley, Ralph Marcus Meaburn ; born 1887. Lyon. 

House Scholar. Son of Mrs. Worsley, Ticehurst, Sussex. 
Class. Upper Vth— Vlth. School Prefect. Still in School. 



Entries in January, 1902. 

Barrett, Ashley Henry ; born 1888. Lyon. 

Son of A. W. Barrett, Castle Hill House, Maidenhead. 
Class. Lower IVth — Matric. Class. House Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Football. Left Chr. 1904. Parent's Address. 

* Browne, Albert Ernest; born 1887. Lyon. 

Son of General H. Browne, Villa Jules, Nice, France. 

Mod. II.— I. Lambert French Prize. Left Mids. 1904. 

Reading for Diplomatic Service. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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By ass, Reginald Cyril ; born 1887. Toppi*. 

Son of R. W. Byass, Belgrave House, Boxmoor, Herts. 
Class. Lower I Vth — Matric. Class. House Prefect ; First 
Eleven Cricket ; House Eleven Football. Still in School. 

Charlesworth, John Caradoc ; born 1886. Foster. 

Son of W. Charlesworth, Westhaye, Axminster. Class. 
Upper Shell. Left Chr. 1902. Parent's Address. 

* Ferguson, George Douglas; born 1887. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. Ferguson, 13 Rectory Road, Beckenham. Class. 
Middle Shell— Matric. Class. House Prefect ; Second Eleven 
Football ; House Eleven Cricket. Left Easter 1905. 

Parent's Address- 

Fisher, Geoffrey Herbert ; born 1888. School House. 

Son of H. A. Fisher, Bramcote Hills, Notts. Class. Lower 
Shell— Middle Vth. Still in School. 

Forrest, William Walter ; born 1886. Foster, 

Son of Mrs. Elton Forrest, Church Crookham, Fleet, Hants. 
Middle IV B — Lower Mod. II. Left Mids. 1903. 

Working for Army Examination. 

Elm Dean, Victoria Rood, Surbiton. 

* Forsyth, Cusack Grant ; born 1887. Bullock. 

Son of Col. F. A. Forsyth, Netherleigh, Leamington. Army 
Side. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket and Football. 
Left Chr. 1904. 

R. M. C, Sandhurst. Parent's Address. 

Gardiner, Arthur James ; born 1887. Foster. 

Son of S. R. Gardiner, 18 Lingfield Road, Wimbledon. 
Class. Lower Shell — Middle Shell. Left Mids. 1902. 

King's College School, Wimbledon. Parent's Address. 

Gee, Charles Dal ton ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of C. D. Gee, Knighton Frith, Leicester. Upper IV B 
—Mod. I. Still in School. . 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Gray, Gerald Cecil Gibson ; born 1888. Swann. 

Son of Cecil Gray, care of Messrs. King & Co., 9 Pall Mall, 
S. W. Army Side. School Prefect ; House Eleven Football ; 
Shooting Eight ; Ledbury Cap. Still in School. 

Hadden, Norman Gavin ; born 1888. Toppin — Day Boy. 

Son of G. Hadden, St Elmo, Malvern. Class. Lower Shell- 
Middle Vth. Still in School. 

Jones, Rex Trevor ; born 1888. House. 

Son of T. B. Jones, Charley Rise, Loughborough. Class. 
Lower I Vth— Mod. I. School Prefect. Still in School. 

Lark, Prosper Frederick ; born 1887. House. 

Son of F. B. Lark, 15 Copthall Avenue, E.C. Class. 
Middle Shell — Army Side. Left Mids. 1903. Parent* s Address. 

Leadbetter, Gerald Douglas Greenshields ; born 1886. Spear. 

Son of Major Leadbetter, Hafod Alyn, Rossett, Wrexham. 
Middle IV B. Left Chr. 1902. Parent's Address. 

Lewis, John William Higson ; born 1887. Swann. 

Son of W. M. Lewis, Elsinore, Llanishen, Glamorgan. 
Upper IV B — Matric. Class. Shooting Eight. Left Chr. 
1904. Parent's Address. 

Perry, Henry Kenneth ; born 1887. Swann. 

Son of H. Perry, Netherleigh, Weston Road, Edgbaston. 
Upper IV B— Matric. Class. House Prefect. Still in School. 

Robinson, Ernest Longton ; born 1887. Bullock. 

Son of S. Robinson, Oaklands, Oakhill Park, Liverpool. 
Mod. II. — Matric. Class. Junior Chapel Prefect; Second 
Eleven Football ; Forty Cap Cricket. Still in School. 

Robinson, Guy St. George ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of St. G. Robinson, Woodville, Sligo, Ireland. Army 
Side. School Prefect ; First Eleven Football ; Forty Cap 
Cricket. Still in School. 



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* von Ronn, Henry Albert ; born 1887. House. 

Lower Mod. II. — Mod. I. House Prefect. Left Mids. 1904. 

Dalhenyian, GUnshce, Blairgowrie. 

Sandpord, Humphrey ; born 1887. Toppin. 

Son of H. Sandford, The Isle, Salop. Middle IV B.— 
Upper IV B. Left Easter 1904. Parent's Address. 

Shaw, Malcolm Frank ; born 1887. School House. 

Son of Dr. Shaw, Hastings. Class. Upper IVth. Left 

Mids. 1902. 

« 

Shearman, Valentine ; born 1888. School House. 

Son of M. Shearman, K.C., 26 Evelyn Gardens, South 
Kensington. Middle IV B— Mod. II. House Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Football. Still in School. 

* Thompson, Reginald Paul; born 1887. Day Boy. 

Son of P. H. Thompson, Malvern. Class. Upper IVth — 
Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1904. Edith Lodge, Malvern. 

Wailes, Francis George ; born 1887. Toppin. 

Son of Mrs. F. Wailes, Beacon Banks, Husthwaite, Yorks. 
Class. Upper Shell— Lower Vlth. Still in School. 

Wardlaw-Ramsay, Arthur Balcarres ; born 1887. Foster. 

Class. Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1902. 

West, Thomas Valentine ; born 1887. School House. 

Son of Mrs. West, 45 Queen's Gardens, Lancaster Gate, 
Hyde Park. Lower Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. Still in 
School. 



Entries in May, 1902. 

Andrbwbs, Claude Lancelot; born 1887. School House. 

Son of C. de J. Andrewes, 24 Onslow Gardens, London, S.W. 
Class. Upper Shell— Lower Vth. Left Chr. 1902. 

cjo W. H. Rawnsley, Well Vale, Alford, Lines. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Birch, Cuthbert Hilary ; born 1887. Toppin. 

Son of H. Birch, Bleak House, Ramie h, Alexandria, Egypt. 
Class. Middle IVth. Left Mids. 1902. Parent's Address. 

Blest, Frank ; born 1887 Faber, 

Son of W. W. Blest, Broomscroft, Wateringbury, Kent. 
Class. Lower Shell — Lower Mod. II. Left Easter 1904. 

Parents Address. 

Burrell, Eric Lionel ; born 1888. School House. 

Son of H. P. Burrell, Brooklands, Alton, Hants. Class. 
Middle IVth— Upper IVth. Forty Cap Football. Still in 
School. 

Burroughs, Noel Gustavus ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of J. B. C. Burroughs. 18 Westbury Park, Clifton. 
Lower Mod. II. — Army Side. School Prefect; Forty Cap 
Cricket; Chance Prize. Died at School, June nth, 1905. 

*Cartwright, Henry Antrobus ; born 1887. Sioann. 

Son of Rev. A. R. Cartwright, St. John's House, Clevedon. 
Army Side. House Eleven Football. Left Mids. 1:904. 

Parents Address. 

Chatterton, William Alleyne ; born 1888. House. 

Son of R. S. Chatterton, Belmont, Raheny, Co. Dublin. 
Class. Upper IVth— Middle Vth. Still in School. 

Clark son, Geoffrey Archibald ; born 1888. House. 

Son of A. Clarkson, The Rowans, Stoneygate, Leicester. 
Class. Lower Shell —Lower Vlth. School Prefect. Still in 
School. 



# Clarkson, Richard Maurice; born 1888. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Clarkson, Clydesdale, Malvern. Class. Lower 
IVth— Upper rvth: Left Chr. 1904. ' Parents Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Clayton, William Witely Ward ; born 1887. Swann. 

Son of Mrs Clayton, The Lodge, Old Park Road, Leeds. 
Class. Lower IVth— Upper IV B. Left Mids. 1904. 
Engineering. Parent's Address. 

Clegg, Bertram ; born 1887. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Clegg, Priory Park, ©lverston, Lancashire. 
Class. Middle IVth— Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Clegg, Frank Cecil ; born 1888. School House. 

Son of C. H. Clegg, Haverbrack, Milnthorpe, Westmore- 
land. Class. Lower Shell —Upper Vth. House Prefect. 
Still in School. 

Collet, Frank Christie ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of H. Collett, Yew House, Hoddesdon, Herts. Class. 
Midcjle IVth— Army Side. Left Chr. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

Dracopoli, Ignazio Nicolas ; born 1887. Foster. 

Son of N. Y. Dracopoli, Holmwood, Parkstone, Dorset. 
Class. Middle Shell— Lower Vlth. School Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Cricket ; Forty Cap Football ; Editor of Malvernian. 
Left Easter 1905. Parent's Address. 

Eade, Christopher Aylmer ; born 1888. Faber. 

Son of A.W. F. Eade, Branson House, Darlington. Class. 
Upper IVth— Lower Vth. Still in School. 

* Ferguson, Frederick ; born 1887. House. 

Son of J. Ferguson, 1 Gloucester Terrace, N.W. Upper 
IV B— Lower Mod. I. Left Easter 1905. 

Parent's Address. 

* Fowler, Arthur Barracliff ; born 1887. Spear. 

Son of Rev. F. H. Fowler (O. M.), Barnwood Vicarage, 
Gloucester; Class. Lower Shell — Lower Vth. House 
Eleven Football ; Forty Cap Cricket. Left Chr. 1903. 

Clerk in London City and Midland Bank (Ltd.), Gloucester. 

Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Francis, Eric Carwardine ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of G. C. Francis, St. Tewdric, Chepstow. Class. Middle 
IVth— Upper Shell. Still in School. 

#Furley, Michael McMaster; born 1888. House. 

Son of F. W. Furley, Sunbury, Canterbury. Upper IV B — 
Mod. I. House Prefect. Left Easter 1905. 

Parent's Address 

Holland, Tom Herbert ; born 1888. Lyon. 

Son of H. C. Holland, Brailsford Hall, Derby. Class. 
Upper IVth— Middle Vth. Still in School. 

Jones, Montague William ; born 1886. School House. 

Son of F. W. Jones, 8 Rawlinson Road, Oxford. Class. 
Upper IVth — Upper Vth. Left Chr. 1904. Parent's Address. 

* Lbvinge, George Marcus Tenison ; born 1888. Lyon. 

Son of G. F. Levinge, Enniscoffy, Killucan, Westmeath, 
Ireland. Upper IV B — Lower Mod. I. Left Mids. 1904. 

Parent '$ Address. 

* Lindsay, Charles Scott ; .born 1888. Toppin. 

Son of C. B. Lindsay, Glenesk, Blackheath Park, S.E. 
Lower Mod. II. — Mod I. Left Easter 1905. Parent's Address. 

*MacEwan, Andrew Kenneth; born 1888. House. 

Son of A. MacEwan, Allan Park Lodge, Stirling. Upper 
IV B. — Mod. I. House Prefect ; House Eleven Cricket. 
Left Mids. 1904. Parents Address. 

* Mack, Arthur Harcourt ; born 1888. Spear. 

Son of A. P. Mack, Collendean, Bromley Grove, Shortlands. 
Lower Mod. II. -Matric. Class. Left Mids. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

Mackay, Alexander Reay ; born 1887. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Mackay, The Grange. Trowbridge.- Class. 
Lower IVth— Mod. III. Still in School. 

* Member of Old Mai vera i an Society. 



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Maxwell, Hugh St. George Harrison ; born 1887. House. 

Son of R. W. Maxwell, care of Messrs. Grind lay & Co., 
54 Parliament Street, S.W. Class. Middle Shell— Lower 
Vlth. House Prefect. Still in School. 

McCormick, Francis ; born 1887. Spear. 

Son of S. S. McCormick, Shandon, Monks town, Co. Dublin. 
Class. Middle IVth— Shell. Left Easter 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

#Middleton, Lucas Neville; born 1887. Toppin. 

Son of Dr. Middleton, Belvedere, Harborne, Birmingham. 
Class. Lower IVth — Matric. Class, Left Chr. 1904. 

Parents Address. 

Morant, Arthur ; born 1888. Foster, 

Son of Mrs. Morant, 18 Victoria Road, Kensington, S.W, 
Army Side — Science Form. Still in School. 

# Palmer, William Victor; born 1887. Spear. 

Son of W. W. Palmer, 18 King's Gardens, Hove. Army 
Side. Left Mids. 1904. Parent's Address. 

* Phillips, Richard Ernest Gilchrist ; born 1887. Bullock. 

Son of Major Phillips, Gaile House, Cashel, Co. Tipperary. 
Class. Middle IVth— Army Side. Left Chr. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

Pickersgill, Stanley Harold ; born 1887. Swann. 

Son of F. Pickersgill, Thornhill Tower. Sunderland. Middle 
IV B.— Lower Mod. II. Still in School. 

# Podmore, John Hammond ; born 1888. Toppin. 

Son of E. B. Podmore, Charlton House, Cheltenham. 
Class. Lower IVth —Middle IV B. Left Mids. 1904. 

With Vickers, Sons, & Maxim, Barrow-in-Furness. 

• Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Revell, John Walter ; born 1887. Bullock. 

Son of J. A. Revell, Co. Wicklow. Upper IV B— Lower 
Mod. I. Left Easter 1904. Upmore, Leamington. 

# Robertson, Howard Morley; born 1888. School House. 

Son of C. L. Robertson, 14 Vicarage Gardens, Kensington, W. 
Lower Mod. II.— Mod. I. Lea Shakespeare Prize; Chance 
Prize. Left Mids. 1904. Parents Address'. 

* Sandiford, Noel Pendlebury ; born 1888. School House. 

Son of N. P. F. Sandiford, Ingledene, Bowdon, Cheshire. 
Class. Lower IVth— Upper IV B. Left Mids. 1904. 

Clerk in Parr's Bank. 

Belle fie Id, Dunham Road, Altrincham, Cheshire. 

Smith, Bernard Harry ; born 1887. Lyon. 

Son of H. Smith, Wood Green, Witney, Oxford. Class. 
Lower IVth— Mod. III. Still in School. 

Smith, Francis Robert Henry ; born 1888. School House. 

Son of F. P. Smith, Greystone Dale, Haltwhistle, R. S. O. 
Class. Middle IVth — Science Form. House Prefect; House 
Eleven Football. Died at School, March 7th, 1905. 

Somervell, Austin ; born 1888. Faber. 

Son of J. Somervell, Broom Close, Kendal. Class. Upper 
IVth — Lower Mod. I. House Prefect. Still in School. 

# Sowter, Gilbert Vernon ; born 1887. Lyon. 

Son of F. L. Sowter, The Poplars, 18 Bass Street, Derby. 
Class. Lower IVth— Middle IVth. Left Mids. 1904. 

Working for Chartered Accountant's Examination. 

Parent's Address. 

#Spofforth, Reginald Markham ; born 1887. Foster. 

Son of F. R. Spofforth, in Broadhurst Gardens, West 
Hampstead. Upper IV B. — Lower Mod. II. Left Mids 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvemian Society. 



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Stkphenson-Peach, William George ; born 1888. Day Boy. 

Son of W. J. Stephenson-Peach, Kirkleatham, Majvern. 
Class. Lower IVth— Middle IVth. Left Chr. 1903. 

Parent's address. 

Symes, Kenneth Phillips ; born 1888. Toppin. 

Son of A. Symes, Thorpe-le-Soken, Essex. Class. Upper IYth 
— Army Side. Left Mids. 1904. Parent's Address. 

Wade, Maurice Charles; born 1888. Spear. 

Son of H. L. Wade, Oaklands, Knowle, Warwickshire. 
Upper IV B- Mod. I. House Prefect. Still in School. 

* Whelon, Basil Roy ; born 1887. Spear. 

Son of C. E. Whelon, Lynton Croft, Caterham, Surrey. 
Class. Lower Shell — Matric. Class. Left Chr. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

Wiley, Arthur Edward ; born 1888. Foster. 

Son of W. Wiley, Briarwood, Four Oaks. Sutton Coldfield. 
Class. Lower IVth— Middle IVth. Left Chr. 1903. 

Parent's Address. 



Entries in September, 1902. 

Abbott, Adrian Augustus ; born 1889. House Scholar. Foster. 
Son of Major-General W. H. Abbott, St. Ives, Burnham, 
Somerset. Army Side. Still in School. 

# Adams, Edward Josceline Percy ; born 1888. School House. 

Son of Rev. J. Adams, Budbrooke House, Warwick. Class. 
Upper IVth — Matric. Class. Left Chr. 1904. 

Villa Concordia, Davos Dorf, Switzerland. 

Adamthwaite, Hugh Augustus ; born 1888. School House. 

Son of J. Adamthwaite. Siddington Lodge, Cirencester. 
Class. Upper IVth — Lower Mod. II. House Eleven Cricket. 
Still in School. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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* Alston, Thomas Rowland ; born 1888. Faber. 

Son of A. W. Alston, Clairville, 18 Conyers Road, Streatham. 
Class. Middle Shell— Middle Vth. Left Easter 1905. 

Parent 's Address. 

*d*Ambrumenil, Lewis; born 1888. Toppin. 

Son of B. H. d'Ambrumenil, 6 Gainsborough Gardens, 
Hampstead, N.W. Lower Mod. II.— Lower Mod. I. Left 
Easter 1905. Parent's Address. 

Aste, Percival John ; born 1888. Toppin. 

Son of J. Aste, The Hawthorns, Foxgrove Road, Beckenham, 
Kent. Class. Lower Vth — Remove. School Prefect ; First 
Eleven Cricket ; Sub-Editor of Malvernian. Left Mids. 1905. 

Parent's Address. 

# Astley, Nelson Theodore ; born 1887. School House. 

Son of G. G. Astley, Park House, Willesden Lane, Brondes- 
bury, N.W. Middle IV B — Lower Mod. II. School Pre- 
fect ; Second Eleven Cricket ; First Eleven Football. 
Left Easter 1905. Parents Address, 

Bates, Kenneth Leslie ; born 1888. School House. 

Son of H. L. Bates, Thorne House, St. Albans. Class. 
Lower Shell— Middle Shell. Still in School. 

Baumann, Archie Bentley ; born 1889. Poster. 

Son of B. M. Baumann; Hove Lawn, Cromwell Road, Hove. 
Army Side. House Eleven Football. Still in School. 

Be ale, William Stuart St. John ; born 1888. Day Boy. 

Son of Mrs. Beale, Mayfield Cottage, Malvern. Class. 
Lower IVth— Middle IVth. Left Mids. 1903. 

Parent's Address. 

Beardmore, Alfred Owen Torrance ; born 1886. School House. 

Son of A. O. Beardmore, 39 Front Street East, Toronto, 
Canada. Class. Middle IVth- Matric. Class. School Pre- 
fect ; House Eleven Cricket ; Shooting Eight ; Lieutenant 
in Corps. Left Mids. 1905. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Berkeley, John Ernest Lee ; born 1888. Foster. 

Son of Rev. G. W. Berkeley, Butleigh Vicarage, Glaston- 
bury. Class. Middle Shell— Lower Vth. Still in School. 

Be van, Edward St. John ; born 1887. House. 

Son of J. Be van, Grove Hill, Golden Grove, Carmarthen- 
shire. Class. Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Bomanji, Jal Khursedji Ruttongi ; born 1886. Salisbury. 

Minor Scholar. Son of K. R. Bomanji, Bijapur District, 
Bombay, India. Class Lower Vth — Math. Vlth. School 
Prefect; Second Eleven Cricket; Forty Cap Football; 
Dowdeswell Prize ; English Essay. Left Mids. 1905. 

Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Booker, Jonas Ralph Gilbert Gervase ; born 1888. School House. 
Son of J. Booker, County Club, Hereford. Class. Upper 
IVth. Left Easter 1903. Parent's Address. 

Boose v, Charles Evelyn ; born 1888. Foster. 

Son of C. T. Boosey, Knighton, Keston, Kent. Class. 
Lower IVth. Left same term, owing to ill-health. 

Parent's Address. 

Boyall, Arthur Vincent ; born 1887. Swann. 

Son of Mrs. Boyall, Ravenscourt, Ealing, W. Class. 
Upper IVth— Mod. I. House Prefect ; Gymnasium Team. 
Still in School. 

Broadmead, Harold Hamilton ; born 1889. Faber. 

Son of Rev. P. Broadmead, Olands, Milverton, Somerset. 
Class. Middle IVth -Lower Shell. Still in School. 

Bullock, Robert Stanley ; born 1889. Minor Scholar. Toppin. 
Son oi F. S. Bullock, 19 The Grove, Boltons, Kensington, 
S.W. Class. Lower Vth— Vlth. Still in School. 

Burnett, Ralph William Ford ; born 1888. Swann. 

Son of R. L. Burnett, 3 Bentinck Villas, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Upp-r IV B— Lower Mod. II. Still in School. 

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Bush, Paul Cromwell ; born 1888. House. 

Son of Rev. T. C. Bush, Bur war ton Rectory, Bridgnorth. 
Class. Lower Shell— Upper Shell. Still in School. 

Butler, Frank Gregory; born 1887. Foster. 

Son of A. W. Butler, 81 Albemarle Road. Beckenham. 
Class. Middle Vth— Vlth. Still in School.' 

Cartwright, Victor Hamilton Aubrey ; born 1887. Toppin. 

Son of A. T. C Cartwright, Edgcott Hall, Banbury. Class. 
Upper IVth— Army Side. Still in School. 

Charrington, Hugh Evelyn ; born 1887. Lyon. 

Son of H. S. Charrington, Dove Cliff, Burton-on-Trent. 
Class. Lower IVth — Army Side. House Prefect; Forty 
Cap Cricket ; LedburyCap. Still in School. 

Cobbold, Montagu Francis Davy ; born 1888. Foster. 

Son of Rev. F. E. D. Cobbold, Ferozapore. India. Army 
Side. Still in School. 



Denny, Gerald Henry Maitland ; born 1888. House. 

Son of C. E. Denny, Ballybrado, Cahir, Co. Tippexary. 
Left same term. 

Dent, Robert Boisragon ; born 1887. ' House. 

Son of Major Dent, Broadleigh, Brockenhurst, New Forest. 
Army Side. House Prefect. Still in School. 

• ..." 

Drysdale, Robert Gillespie ; born 1888. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. Drysdale, 7 Courtenay Road, Waterloo, Liver- 
pool. Class. Middle Shell— Middle Vth. House Prefect. 
Still in School. 

Fletcher, John Douglas; born 1888. Swann. 

Son of A. H. J. Fletcher, Crow Trees House, Rastrick, 
Yorks. Upper IV B— Mod. II. Left Mids. 1904. 



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Foljambe, Hon. Robert Anthony Edward St Andrew Saville; 
born 1887. School House, Son of Lord Hawkesbury, Kirk- 
ham Abbey, York. Upper IV B— Lower Mod. II. Still in 
School. 

Gell, William Charles Coleman ; born 1888. Spear. 

Son of W. J. Gell, in Gough Road, Edgbaston. Class. 
Middle IVth— Lower Vth. Still in School. 

■ 

* Gordon, Stanley Victor; born 1887. Spear. 

Son of J. Gordon, Didmarton, Frant Road, Tunbridge 
Wells. Upper IV B— Mod. I. Left Easter 1905. 

Parent's Address- 

W Graham, Henry Salkeld; born 1888. Swann. 

Son of W. J. Graham, Camethick, Fowey, Cornwall. Class. 
Upper IVth — Matric. Class. Left Easter 1905. 

Parent's Address* 

Green, Gilbert Arthur Lancelyn ; born 1887. Foster. 

Son of Major H. L. Green, Poulton Hall, Bromborough, 
Cheshire. Army Side. Still in School. 

Greville, Percival Eden ; born 1888. Senior Scholar. Swann. 
Son of Mrs, A. L. Wickens, 50 Marine Parade, Lowestoft. 
Class. Lower Shell — Upper Vth. Lea Shakespeare Prize. 
Still in School. 

■ 

*Hall, Malcolm Wilfred Forester; born 1888. .Spear. 

Son of Col. Hall, East View, Monkstown, Co. Dublin. 
Middle IV B— Mod. II. Left Easter 1905. Parent's Address. 

Harding, Thomas Cyril ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of P. W. Harding, Linden House, Brislington, Bristol. 
Mod. II. — I. House Prefect. Still in School. 

Harding, Philip Digby ; born 1889. Faber. 

Brother of above. Class. Lower IVth— Army Side. Still 
in School. 

• Member of Old MalvernUn Society. 



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Harris, Arthur Edward Campbell ; born 1888. Sfear. 

Son of Col. Harris, 14 Russell Street, Calcutta. Army Side. 
Still in School. 

Hart, Leslie Seymour ; born 1888. Senior Scholar. House. 

Son of N. Hart, Megdale, Matlock Bridge. Class. Remove 
— Vlth. Still in School. 

Hawkings, Kenneth Frederick ; born 1887. Faber. 

Son of C. F. Hawkings, 81 Kensington Gardens Square, W. 
Lower Mod. II. — Mod. I. Still in School. 

Heaver, Henry Victor S wanton ; born 1888. Spear. 

Son of W. B. Heaver, Harleyford Lodge, Hartfield Square, 

Eastbourne. Class. Upper IVth — Middle Vth. Still in 
School. 

Hrxtall, Henry Cecil ; born 1888. Toppin. 

Son of H. H. Hextall, 69 Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hampstead, N. 
Class. Lower Vth — Remove. School Prefect ; Second 
Eleven Cricket. Still in School. 

Hill, Henry ; born 1888. Lyon. 

Son of H. W. Hill, 19 Elsworthy Road, Hampstead, N. 
Class. Middle Shell— Middle Vth. Still in School. 

Holmes, Eric Richard Han by ; born 1888. Foster. 

Son of J. H. Holmes, The Grove, Barnard Castle. Class. 
Middle Shell— Upper Vth. Still in School. 

How, William Fitzherbert ; born 1888. Foster, 

Son of Major J. H. How, 8 Abbotsford Crescent, St. Andrew's. 
Army Side. House Prefect Still in School. 

#Hume, Alan James; born 1887. Foster. 

Son of E. Hume, Church House, Oaklands, Weybridge, 
Surrey. Lower IVth — Upper IV B. Left Mids. 1904. 

Training Ship Worcester ; now ranching. 

c/o Capt. Alston, Dehoop, Amsterdam, Eastern Transvaal. 

Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Inch, Cecil William Gason ; born 1888. House. 

Son of Rev. H. G. Ince, Trowbridge Rectory, Wilts. Class. 
Upper IVth— Army Side. Still in School. 

Jbffcock, Philip Eric ; born 1887. Foster. 

Son of C. E. Jeffcock, Wales Manor, Sheffield. Class. 
Lower IVth- Matric. Class. House Eleven Football. Still 
in School. 

Jobling, Harry ; born 1889. School House. 

Son of Lieut. -Col. A. Jobling, The Poplars, Reedley Hallows, 
Burnley. Class. Lower IVth — Lower Mod. II. Still in 
School. 

Johnstone, Vernon Gerald Stewart ; born 1888. Toppin. 

Son of Mrs. Johnstone, Coombe Croft, Kingston-on-Thames, 
Surrey. Class. Lower IVth— Upper IVth. House Prefect. 
Still in School. 

Landon, Arthur Henry Whittington ; born 1889. Spear. 

House Scholar. Son of Col. F. W. B. Landon, O.C. A.S.C., 
Thornhill House, Aldershot. Class. Middle Vth. — Upper 
Vth. Still in School. 

Mann, Francis Thomas ; born 1888. Toppin. 

Son of E. Mann, The Hall, Thelveton, Scole, Norfolk. 
Class. Lower IVth— Upper IVth. School Prefect. First 
Eleven Cricket ; Second Eleven Football. Still in School. 

Manson, Neville Borrodaile ; born 1888. Toppin. 

Son of F. W. Manson, Faircrouch, Wadhurst, Sussex. 
Class. Upper IVth — Remove. Still in School. 

Marsh, Bertie Cecil ; born 1889. Minor Scholar. Swann. 

Son of A. H. Marsh, 10 Park Road, Melton Mowbray. 
Class. Lower Vth— Lower Vlth. Still in School. 

Martin, John ; born 1888. Faber. 

Son of J. Martin, 10 Greenhill Park, Edinburgh. Class. 
Middle IVth-Lower Shell. Still in School. 



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Mather, fid ward Elton ; born 1888. House, 

Son of T. C. Mather, Oak Hill, Lydiate, Liverpool. Class. 
Lower Shell— Lower Vth. Still in School. 

Mjblly, Reginald Ernest ; born 1888. House, 

Son of E. L. Melly, Meriden, Coventry. Class. Middle IVth 
—Upper Shell. Still in School. 

Miers, John Edmund ; born 1889. Foster, 

Son of F. R. Miers, Jaynes Court, Bisley, Stroud. Class. 
Lower Shell— Upper Vth. Still in School. 

Mitchelson, Thomas Kendall ; born 1887. House. 

Son of T. Mitchelson, The Mount, Pickering, Yorks. Class, 

Lower IVth — Upper IVth. School Prefect. First Eleven 
Cricket ; First Eleven Football. Still in School. 

* Mountain, Kenneth Arthur ; born 1888. Toppin. 

Son of W. C. Mountain, South View, Hexham. Upper IV B 
- — Lower Mod. II. Left Mids. 1904. 
Engineer. Parent's Address. 

Nobes, Fortescue Jerman ; born 1887. House Scholar. School House. 
Son of Mrs. Nobes, 33 Copers Cope Road, Beckenham. 
Class. Remove — Vlth. English Verse. Still in School. 

Norton, Frederick Herbert ; born 1888. House. 

Son of R. Norton, 31 Green Street, Park Lane, \V. Class. 
Upper IVth— Army Side. Still in School. 

Oliver, William Edgar; born 1888. Lyon. 

Son of E. Oliver, Red gate, Exmouth. Lower Mod. III. — 
Mod. I Still in School. 

Ottley, Warner Herbert Taylor; born 1889. Bullock. 

House Scholar. Son of Colonel Ottley, Madeley House, 
Ealing. Class. Upper Vth— Vlth. Still in School, . 1 

> . , ■* ~ 

. * Member of Old Malvernian Society. ■<• 



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Paul, James Hugh ; bom 1888. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Paul, 3 Woodland Terrace, Smithdown Road, 
Liverpool. Lower Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. House 
Prefect ; Forty Cap Cricket. Still in School. 

Potter, Mark ; born 1887. Minor Scholar. Spear. 

Son of E. P. Potter, Salwick Hall, Preston. Class. Upper 
Vth— Vlth. House Prefect. Still in School. 



Kawlence, Edward Guy ; born 1887. Day Boy. 

Son of J. E. Rawlence, The Chantry, Wilton, Salisbury. 
Class. Lower IVth — Upper IV th. Left Chr. 1903. 

Parent's Address. 

Rutley, Stephen Frank ; born 1888. Top fin. 

Son of F. Rutley, Birchwood, Caterham Valley, Surrey. 
Middle IV B.— Mod. I. Still in School. 



Seemann, Frank Harold ; born 1887. Lyon. 

Son of A. Seemann, 177 Oakwood Court, Kensington, W. 
Upper IV B— Mod. I. House Prefect. Still in School, 

Seth-Smith, Hugh Eric; born 1887. Fuber. 

Care of E. Wood, The Old Rectory, Bletchingley, Surrey. 
Upper IV B— Lower Mod. I. Still in School. 

Steavenson, Edward John; born 1889. House Scholar. School House. 
Son of Rev F. R. Steavenson, Heathercroft, College Road, 
Cheltenham. Class. Upper Vth— Vlth. Still in School. 

Storrs, Christopher Evelyn ; born 1889. School House. 

Faber Exhibitioner. Son of Rev. J. Storrs, 2 Grosvenor 
Gardens, London, S.W. Class. Remove — Vlth. Latin 
Prose. Still in School. 

Tate, Allen Lacy; born 1888. Lyon. 

Son of A. L. Tate, Holcombe, Dawlish. Lower Mod. II. — 
Lower Mod. I. Still in School. 



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Taynton, Reginald John ; born 1888. Spear. 

Son of H. J. Taynton, St. Aubins, Gloucester. Upper IV B 
—Mod. I. Still in School. 

Trollope, Christopher Joseph ; born 1888. Foster. 

Son of H. W. Trollope, Green Hayes, Banstead, Epsom. 
Upper IV B-Mod. I. Still in School. 

Trotter, James Maitland Yorke ; born 1888. School House. 

Son of Dr. Y. Trotter, 103 Holland Road, Kensington. S.W. 
Class. Middle Shell — Remove. Still in School. 

Walker, Eric Everard ; born 1888. House. 

Son of A. Walker, 210 Bedford Hill, Balham, S.W. Middle 
IV B— Mod. III. Still in School. 

*Weil, Richard James; born 1888. Lyon. 

Son of A. Weil, 3 Mapesbury Road, Brondesbury, N.W. 
Lower Mod. II.— Lower Mod. I. Left Easter 1905. 

Parent's Address. 

Whitfield, Richard Honlbrook ; born 1887. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. Whitfield, Ingleside, Highams Park, Chingford. 
Upper IV B— Matric. Class. Still in School. 

Whitfield, John Burrows ; born 1889. Lyon. 

Brother of above. Class. Middle IVth— Middle Vth. Still 
in School. 

Will, Noel George Hay; born 1887. Day Boy. 

Son of Colonel G. Will, R.A., The Dingle, Christ Church 
Road, Malvern. Army Side. House Eleven Cricket and 
Football. Left Chr. 1904. Parent's Address. 

Williams, Hugh Grenville ; born 1889. Toppin. 

Son of Sir William G. Williams, Bart., Pengwern, Rhuddlan, 
R. S. O., N. Wales. Class. Lower Shell— Lower Vth. Still 
in School. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Woolley, Ernest John ; born 1888. School House. 

Son of E. Woolley, Collingworth, Gayton Road, Harrow. 
Class. Upper IVth— Upper Shell. Still in School. 



Entries in January, 1903. 

Bell, Donald John ; born 1888. Swann, 

Son of Mrs. Bell, Stourcliffe, Southbourne-on-Sea, Hants. 
Lower Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. House Prefect. Still in 
School. 

Berridge, Frank Devereux ; born 1888. Day Boy. 

Son of T. H. D Berridge, 49 Rutland Gate, London, S.W. 
Class. Middle IVth-Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Cartwright, John Campbell ; born 1888. Lyon. 

Son of R. S. Cartwright, Fox warren, Manitoba, Canada. 
Class Middle IVth— Middle Shell. Still in School. 

Cuff, Brian ; born 1889. Swann. 

Son of Dr. R. Cuff, 1 The Crescent, Scarborough. Class. 
Lower Vth — Remove. Still in School. 

Cuthbertson, Edward Hedley ; born 1888. Foster. 

Son of E. H. Cuthbertson, Bushey House, Bushey, Herts. 

Middle IV B — Mod. II. House Prefect ; Second Eleven 
Cricket. Still in School. 

Everett, Reginald Marsh ; born 1889. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Everett, 30 St. Margaret's Road, Oxford. 
Lower IVth -Mod. III. Still in School. 

Foster, Neville John Acland ; born 1890. Foster. 

Son of Rev. H. Foster, 5 College Grounds, Malvern. Class. 
Middle Shell— Army Side. Still in School. 

Heath, Leslie Gerald ; born 1888. Salisbury. 

Son of J. B. Heath, Burvale, Hersham, Surrey. Class. 
Upper IV B— Mod. II. Still in School. 



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Houghton, John Johnson ; born 1888. Fabeti 

Son of J. J. Houghton, Westwood, Nest on, Cheshire. 
Middle IV B-Mod. III. Still in School. 

Killby, Kenneth Thomas ; born 1889. School House. 

Son of E. T. Killby, Oakhurst, Bognor, Sussex. Class. 
Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Lovatt, Ronald Stratford ; born 1888. School House* 

Son of T. W. Lovatt, Wightwick House, Wolverhampton. 
Class. Lower IVrh— Upper IVth Still in School. 

Mozley, Dudley Edward ; born 1887. School House. 

Care of J. Harris Browne, Holmwood, Hadley, Barnet. 
Lower Mod. II.— Lower Mod. I. Still in School. 

* Parkes, Gerald Byerley ; born 1888. Spear. 

Son of E. B. Parkes, Hillside, Caterham Valley, Surrey. 
• Class. Lower Shell— Upper Shell. Left Easter 1905. 

Parent's Address. 

Pulman, William Prockter ; born 1888. Faber. 

Son of Rev. W. W. Pulman, The Vicarage, Wellington, 
Somerset. Class. Lower IVth — Middle IVth. Still in 
School. 

Richards, John Griffiths ; born 1888. School House. 

Son of J. R. Richards, 43 Wellington Square, Hastings. 
Class. Upper IVth — Matric. Class. Still in School. 

Scallon, Ernest Wilmot ; born 189 1. Day Boy. 

Son of E. B. Scallon, St. Martin's, Malvern. Class. Upper 
IVth— Lower Vth. Still in School. 

Simms, Harry Lester '. born 1888. Toppin. 

Son of H. Simms, 12 Fourth Avenue, Hove, Sussex. Class. 
Upper IVth — Lower Shell. First Eleven Cricket. Still in 
School. 

* Member of Old Malverniao Society, y 



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Stewart, Victor James Malet ; born 1888. House. 

Son of Col. H. K. Stewart, 2 Boulevard du Midi, Pau, 
France. Upper IV B— Lower Mod. II. Still in School. 

Taylor, Ronald Francis ; born 1888. Spear. 

Son of A. Taylor, Starston Place, Harleston, Norfolk. Class. 
Upper Shell— Remove. House Prefect ; Forty Cap Ciicket. 
Still in School. 

Thorn hill, George Robert ; bom 1 89 1. Bullock. 

Son of F. £. Thornhill, 13 Linden Road, Bedford. Class. 
Lower IVth— Middle IV B. Still in School. 

Young, Fred Edmund ; born 1888. Lyon. 

Son of Rev. F. W. Young, St. James' Vicarage, Taunton. 
Class. Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Still in School. 



Entries in May, 1903. 

Anderson, Colin Knox ; born 1888. Lyon. 

Son of G. K. Anderson, Hollywood, Rochester, Kent. 
Middle IV B— Matric. Class. House Eleven Football. Still 
in School. 

Archer, Fulbert Radcliffe ; born 1889. Fabef. 

Son of A. E. Archer, Highbury House, Falmouth. Middle 
IV B— Mod. II. Still in School. 

Bagnall, Frederick Percy Dunn ; born 1890. School House. 

Son of G. F. O. Bagnall, The Red House, Shelford, Cam- 
bridge. .Class. Lower IVth-Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Berry, Percy Hay craft ; born 1888. Spear. 

Son of Dr. F. H. Berry, Oxford House, Clarendon Road, 
Watford. Class. Lower Vth — Remove. Still in School. 

Boyle, David Erskine ; born 1889. Swann. 

Son of Rev. R. A. Boyle, Wailington Vicarage, Surrey. 

... . ajydte IV B—Army Side. House Prefect. Still in School. 



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Brodie, Ronald Herman ; born 1891. Toppin. 

Son of G. J. Brodie, 18 Kensington Gate, Kensington, W. 
Class. Lower IVth -Middle IV B. Still in School. 

db Bunsen, Arnold George ; born 1887. Salisbury. 

Son of L. de Bnnsen. Southacre, Cambridge. Army Side. 
House Prefect. Still in School. 

BurnCallander, Frank ; born 1888. School House. 

Son of E. BurnCallander, The Red House, Warwick. Class. 
Middle IVth — Army Side. Gymnasium Colours; Second 
Eleven Football. Still in School. 

Cheadle, John Oscar ; born 1888. Bullock. 

Son of Rev. Canon J. H. Cheadle, The Little Cloisters, 

"Westminster Abbey. Class. Upper IVth — Lower Shell. 
Still in School. 

Cherry, Philip Arthur Barday ; born 1890. School House, 

Son of Col. H. A. Cherry, The Cottage, Upton-on-Severn. 
Middle IV B.— Mod. III. Still in School. 

Clark, Ivan Julius ; born 1889. Bullock. 

Son of J. L. Clark, The Elms, Watford. Class. Upper IVth 
—Lower Vth. Still in School. 



Clarke, Robert Shuttleworth ; born 1890. School House. 

Son of Rev. W. S. Clarke, The Thorn, Marstow, Ross, 
Herefordshire. Class. Upper IVth— Middle Shell. Still in 
School. 

Dawes, George Edward Alley ne ; born 1888. Bullock. 

Son of Col. E. W. Dawes, Brook House, Cropthorne, near 
Pershore. Middle IV B. -Mod III Still in School. 

Dennis, James Owen Cuninghame ; born 1888. Swann. 

Son of Mrs. Dennis, care of Messrs. Cox & Co., 16 Charing 
Cross S.W. Army Side. House Prefect. Still in School. 



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Dixey, John Crosbee ; born 1889. Faber. 

Son of H. E. Dixey, Woodgate, Malvern. Class. Middle 
IVth— Upper Shell. Still in School. 

Donne, Brian George ; born 1889. Lyon. 

Son of E. F. Donne, 10 Oakdale Road, Streatham, S.W. 
Class. Middle Shell— Mod. II. Still in School. 

Eambs, William Stanley ; born 1888. House. 

Son of H. W. Eames, Gapfield, Knighton, Leicester. Class. 
Middle Shell - -Upper Vth. Still in School. 

Edmond, Colin Alexander ; born 1888. Toppin. 

Son of J. Edmond, Fern Bank, Eastbourne. Class. Lower 
Vth — Remove. Left Mids. 1905. Parent's Address. 

English, Gerald Colpoys; born 1889. Foster. 

Son of Lieut. -Colonel A. J. English, 36 Queen's Gate Ter- 
race, South Kensington. Army Side. Left Chr. 1903. 

Parent's Address. 

Exham, Cecil Harmer; born 1888. Swann. 

Son of A. H. Exham, 5 Altar Terrace, Monkstown, Co. Cork. 
Class. Upper IVth— Upper Shell. Still in School. 

Fellowes, Cyril ; born 1888. Bullock. 

Son of Captain C. J. Fellowes, R.N., Ickleford Manor, 
Hitchin. Lower Mod. II. — II. Still in School. 

Grant-Dalton, Harold ; born 1890. Toppin. 

Son of Mrs. Grant-Dalton, Churchfield, Wincanton, Somerset. 
Class. Middle IVth-Upper IVth. Still in School. 

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Hammond, Cyril Elmore ; born 1889. Lyon. 

Son of L. Hammond, 1 St. Alban's Road, Kensington, W. 
Class. Middle IVth -Middle Shell. Still in School. 

Hardy, Donald Brown ; born 1889. House. 

Son of H. W. Hardy, Fold House, Heaton Mersey, 
M mchester. Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Still in School. 

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Harvey, Thomas Miles ; born 1888. Salisbury. 

Son of T. P. Harvey, The Laurels, Morden, Surrey. Lower 
IVth— Upper IV B. House Eleven Cricket and Football. 
Left Mids. 1905. Phrenfs Address. 

Harvey, Bernard Sydney; born 1888. Spear. 

Son of S. Harvey. 85 Finchley Road, N.W. Class. Lower 
Vth — Remove. House Prefect. Still in School. 

Haslehust, Harold Maitland ; born 1888. Bullock. 

Son of E. Haslehust, Claverley, Weybridge. Upper IV B. — 
Modern I. House Prefect. Still in School. 

Haslehust, Wilfrid Basil ; born 1890. Bullock. 

Brother of above. Upper IV B — Lower Mod. I. Still in 
School. 

Hoare, Evelyn Melville Shovel ; born 1889. School House. 

Son of H. E. Hoare, Hurley House, Hurley, Marlow. 
Class. Lower Shell- Upper Shell. Still in School. 

Hughes, Owen ; born 1889. Swann. 

Son of F. Hughes, Fairleigh, Wray Park Road, Reigate. 
Middle IVth— Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Hutchison, John Colville ; born 1890. Spear. 

Son of J. D. Hutchison, 28 Earl's Road, Tunbridge Wells. 
Lower IVth— Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Jackson. Edwin Harley ; born 1888. Toppin. 

Son of E. Jackson, 3 Little Dockary, Penrith. Lower IVth 
—Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Jones, Harold Oliver ; born 1888. Swann. 

Son of E. O. Jones, Castlefield, Gabalfa, Cardiff. Middle 
IVth -Upper IVth. House Prefect. Still in School. 

Kirby, Henry Richard; born 1889. Bullork. 

Son of Rev. J. H. R. Kirby, Mayfield Vicarage, Sussex. 
Class Upper IVth— Lower Shell. Still in School, 



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Laskie, Harry Maclure ; born 1888. Salisbury. 

Son W. A. Laskie, 102 Marina, St. Leonard 's-on-Sea. 
Upper IV B.— Lower Mod. II. Left Mids. 1905. 

Parents Address. 

Lee-Booker, Jocelyn Roderick ; born 1888. Toppin. 

Son of J. Lee-Booker, Swarthdale Hall, Carnforth. Middle 
IV B.— Mod. III. Still in School. 

Lever, Robert ; born 1889. School Home. 

Son of J. D. Lever, Thornton House, Thornton Hough, 
Cheshire. Middle IVth— Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Liddell, Charles Bertram ; born 1889. Faber. 

Son of C. O. Liddell, Shirenewton Hall, Chepstow. Lower 
IVth— Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Lowndes, Richard Charles ; born 1888. School House. 

Son of Rev. W. D. Lowndes, Little Comberton Rectory, 
Pershore. Army Side. Still in School. 

*McCormick, Hilgrove; born 1888. Spear. 

Son of S. S. McCormick, Shandon, Monkstown, Co. Dublin. 
Lower IVth -Upper IVth. Left Easter 1905. 

Parent's Address. 

Mellor, John Stuart ; born 1889. Spear. 

Son of W. R. Mellor, Hale wood, Solihull, Warwickshire. 
Lower Mod. II. — Mod. I. Still in School. 

Noel, Maurice Waldegrave ; born 1888. Foster. 

Son of Col. W. F. N. Noel, R.E., The Great House, North 
Nibley, Dursley, Gloucestershire. Army Side. Still in 
School. 

# Richardson, Evan John ; born 1888. Faber. 

Son of J. Richardson, Sneaton Hall, "Whitby, Yorks. Army 
Side. Left Easter 1905. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malveraian Society. 



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Robinson, Edwin Winwood ; born 1888. Bullock. 

Son of Col. H. J. Robinson, Stanhill Court, Charlwood, 
Surrey. Class. Upper IVth— Lower Shell. Left Mids. 1905. 

Parent's Address, 

Rothe, Bayard ; born 1888. Swann. 

Son of Mrs. A. Toulmiu, Queen Anne's Mansions, S.W. 
Class. Middle IVth— Middle Shell. Still in School. 

Sherwood, John Dudley ; born 1889. Faber. 

Son of J. S. Sherwood, Higham Ferrers, Westcliff-on-Sea. 
Lower Mod. II. Still in School. 

Simpson, Guy Reid ; born 1888. School House. 

Son of W. A. Simpson, Hillsbrow, Red hill, Surrey. Class. 
Upper IVth— Upper Shell. Still in School. 

*Spofforth, Edward Ralph ; born 1889. Foster. 

Son of F. R. Spofforth, n 1 Broadhurst Gardens, W. Hamp- 
stead. Middle IV B.~ Mod. II. Left Easter 1905. 

Parent's Address. 

Taylor, James Bristow ; born 1888. Swann. 

Son of Mrs. J. E. Taylor, March wood, Tower Road, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea. Class. Upper Shell — Matric. Class. 
House Prefect. Still in School. 

Thornton, Cedric Grosvenor ; born 1888. Faber. 

Son of F. L. Thornton, Woodhall Spa, Lincoln. Class. 
Middle Shell — Lower Mod. II. Left Easter 1904. 

Parent's Address. 

Walker, James Folliott Folingsby ; born 1888. Bullock. 

Son of J. F. F. Walker, 1 Lypiatt Lawn, Cheltenham. 
Middle IVth-Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Wodehouse, Percy George; born 1888. Bullock. 

Son of C E. Wodehouse, Woolmers Park, Hertford. Class. 
Upper IVth— Upper Shell. Still in School. Left Mids. 
1905. Parent's Address. 

• Member of Old Malvemian Society. 



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Entries in September, 1903. 

Agar, Willoughby ; born 1889. Spear. 

Son of J. J. Agar, Blackford House, Henley-in-Arden. Class. 
Shell— Upper Vth. Still in School. 

Arch dale, Edward Mervyn ; born 1888. Foster. 

Son of Major M. E. Archdale, St. Briac, Burnham. Somerset. 
Army Side. Still in School. 

Arderne, Ralph Alvanley ; born 1889. Bullock. 

Son of H. K. Arderne, Cape Town. Class. Middle IVth — 
Upper Shell. Still in School. 

Aste, Norman Henry ; born 1889. Topfin. 

Son of J. Aste, The Hawthorns, Foxgrove Road, Beckenham. 
Class. Lower Vth — Remove. Still in School. 

Barratt, Grantley ; born 1888. Foster. 

Son of Mrs. Barratt, The Rookery, Upper Dovercourt, 
Essex. Lower Mod. II. — Matric. Form. Still in School. 

Bevan, Guy Theodore Molesworth ; born 1890. House. 

Son of Ven. Archdeacon H. E. J. Bevan, Chelsea Rectory, 
S.W. Upper IV B.- Mod. III. Still in School. 

Bracher, Guy ; born 1889. Spear. 

Son of H. J. Bracher, Greystone, London Road, Maidstone. 
Upper IV B— Lower Mod. II. Still in School. 

Brooke, Reginald William Acton ; born 1889. Faber. 

Son of J. K. Brooke, Sibton Park, Yoxford, Suffolk. Lower 
IVth. Still in School. 

Chamberlen, Lawrence Godfrey ; born 1890, School House. 

Son of Rev. L. J. C. Chamberlen, Eastry, Malvern. Class. 
Middle IVth— Middle Shell. Still in School, 



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Chandler, John Delisle ; born 1889. Bullock. 

Son of W. K. Chandler, Welbeck, Barbadoes, West Indies. 
Class. Upper Shell— Middle Vth. Still in School. 

Cooper, John Alan Rescorla ; born 1889. House Scholar. Lyon. 
Son of J. F. Cooper, Leicester House, Henley-on-Thames. 
Class. Middle Vth— Upper Vth. Left Chr. 1904. 

Dorman, Richard Brooke ; born 1890. House, 

Son of A. M. Dorman, East Hill, Ashford, Kent. Class. 
Lower Shell— Middle Shell. Still in School . 

Drewry, George Hayward ; born 1889. Foster. 

Son of F. Drewry, Court Heath, Buxton. Upper IVth— 
Matric. Class. Still in School. 

Dwyer, Geoffrey James ; born 1890. Salisbury. 

Son of C. Dwyer, The Butterick Building, New York. 
Lower IVth — Lower Mod. II. Left Mids. 1905. 

Parent's Address. 

Gair, Thomas ; born 1889. Minor Scholar. Faber. 

Son of J. H. Gair, Little Hey, Bromborough, Cheshire. 
Class. Middle Vth— Remove. Still in School. 

Gibson, Daryl Keith ; born 1890. House. 

Son of A. H. Gibson, 39 Waterloo Street, Birmingham. 
Class. Middle IVth— Upper IVth. Still in School. 

* Glover, Arthur Stanley ; born 1889. Swann. 

Son of J. Glover, Melton Mowbray. Lower Mod. II. — 
Mod. II. Left Easter 1905. Parent's Address. 

Gottwaltz, Philip; born 1890. Lyon. 

Son of L. Gottwaltz, Hillside, Penarth, S. Wales. Lower 
IVth— Upper IV A. Still in School. 

* Member of Old Malvernian Society. 



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Graham, Thomas William Hugh ; born 1890. Lyon. 

Son of T. N. Graham, The Fields, Southam, Warwickshire. 
Class. Middle IVth— Middle Shell. Still in School. 

Havbrfibld, John Campbell; born 1887. House. 

Son of Mrs. llaverfield, Marsh Court, Sherborne. Army 
Side. Still in School. 

Higgins, Gordon Lea ; born 1889. Swann. 

Son of T. L. Higgins, 20 Queens wood Avenue, Highgate, N. 
Class. Upper Shell— Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1905. 

Parent's Address. 

Hill, Charles Ernest ; born 1889. Foster. 

Care of Mrs. Francis, Marine Terrace, Portmadoc, N. Wales. 
Class. Middle I Vth— Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1905. 

Parent's Address. 

Hornby, Claude Henry ; born 1888. School House. 

Care of Mrs. Callender, 180 Ferry Road, Leith. Class. 
Middle Shell— Upper Vth. Still in School. 

Jeffcock, William Henry Claude ; born 1889. Foster. 

Son of C. E. Jeffcock, Wales Manor, Sheffield. Class. 
Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Johnson, Alfred de Bouys ; born 1888. Salisbury. 

Son of Mrs. Johnson Crust, Burton Hall, Boston. Lower 
IVth— Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Kesslrr, Charles Edward ; born 1889. Swann. 

Son of P. W. Kessler, Sunbury, Victoria Park, Manchester. 
Lower Mod. II. — Lower Mod. \. Still in School. 

Kirke, George Grieve ; born 1889. Spear. 

Son of R. Kirke, Woodthorpe, Walton-on-Thames. Lower 
Mod. II.— Lower Mod. I. Still in School. 

Knyvett, Godfrey Denzil ; born 1S89. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs Knyvett, care of Messrs. H. S. King & Co., 
65 Cornhill, E.C. Army Side. Still in School. 



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Laidlay, John Christopher ; born 1890. School House. 

Son of J. E. Laidlay, Invereil, Dirleton, Haddington. Lower 
IVth. Still in School. 

Laing, Dudley Ogilvie ; born 1889. Minor Scholar. Toppin. 

Son of F. M. Laing, Farnley Grange, Corbridge-on-Tyne. 
Class. Middle Vth -Upper Vth. Still in School. 

Lee, Ralph Trenchard ; born 1890. School House. 

Son of J. T. Lee, Farleigh Lodge, South Croydon. Lower 
IVth— Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Mallett, Kenneth Lear ; born 1890. Toppin. 

Son of R. H. Mallett, Rozel, Hanwell, W. Class. Middle 
IVth— Lower Shell. Still in School. 

Melly, Charles Francis ; born 1889. House. 

Son of C. H. Melly, Linville, Malvern. Lower IVth. Left 
Mids. 1905. Parent's Address. 

Milburn, Booker ; born 1888. House. 

Son of W. Milburn, Shabden, Cbipstead, Surrey. Class. 
Upper IVth— Middle Vth. Still in School. 

Oliver, Charles Gordon ; born 1890. Lyon. 

Son of E. Oliver, Redgate, Exmouth. Class. Middle Shell — 
Middle Vth. Still in School. 

Paine, Frank Hammon ; born 1889. Lyon. 

Son of Capt. H. Paine, Lunsford House, Lunsford Cross, 
Bexhill-on-Sea. Lower IVth— Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Palmer* Hubert Grayling ; born 1888. Spear. 

Son of W. W. Palmer, 18 King's Gardens, Hove. Lower IVth 
—Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Peacock, Hugo Watson ; born 1889. Bullock. 

Son of Mrs. Peacock, 2 Westbourne Crescent, Hyde Park, 
W. Lower IVth— Middle IV B. Left Chr. 1904. 

Parent's Address. 



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Pearce, Geoffrey Owens ; born 1889. Spear. 

Son of A. Pearce, Bexley House, Beckenham. Class. Middle 
IVth— Lower Shell. Still in School. 

Phillips, George Austin ; born 1889. Lyon. 

Son of W. Phillips, 26 Warwick Road, Coventry. Middle 
IV B. Left Chr. 1903. Parent's Address. 

Picot, Philip Simons ; born 1889. Day Boy. 

Son of Major F. S. Picot, Governor's House, Woking. Army 
Side. Still in School. 

Pitt, Henry Leacroft ; born 1890. Salisbury. 

Son of H. S. Pitt, Oakfield, Stourbridge. Lower IVth— 
Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Pyman, Bertram; born 1889. Toppin. 

Son of J. W. Pyman, Raithwaite, Penarth. Class. Middle 
IVth -Lower Vth. Still in School. 

Renshaw, Cyril Lawrence; born 1889. Spear. 

Son of W. Renshaw, 21 Waldegrave Park, Twickenham. 
Class. Lower Shell— Middle Shell. Still in School. 

Richardson, Stansfield Pirn ; born 1889. House. 

Son of S. Richardson, Thornholme, Sunderland. Class. 
Lower Vth— Upper Vth. Still in School. 

Richards, Thomas Millet ; born 1889. Spear. 

Son of F. M. Rickards, Leverton, Leatherhead, Surrey. 
Class. Lower Shell— Lower Vth. Still in School. 

Robertson-Rodger, George Bertram ; born 1889. Toppin. 

Son of P. Robertson- Rodger, Yewlands, Banstead, Surrey. 
Lower Mod. II. — Lower Mod. I. First Eleven Cricket ; 
Forty Cap Football. Still in School. 

Selwyn, Allen Hammond ; born 1890. Lyon. 

Son of A. H. Selwyn, 4 Long Lane, E.C. Upper IV— 
Lower Mod. II. Still in School. 



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Shakespear, Wyndham Biddulph ; born 1888. Faber. 

Son of Major L. W. Shakespear, 2nd P. W. O. Goorkhas, 
Dehra Dan, Upper Provinces, India. Army Side. Still in 
School. 

Smith, Raymond ; born 1889. School House. 

Son of F. P. Smith. Greystone, Dale, Haltwhistle, R. S. O. 
Mod. III.— Lower Mod. II. Still in School. 

Somerset, Villiers Henry Plantagenet ; born 1890. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. Wilde, Highfield House, Derby. Class. Middle 
IVth. Still in School. 

Southall, Thomas Joseph ; born 1889. Foster. 

Son of J. Southall, Enderlie, Selborne Road, Worcester. 
Mod. III.— II. Still in School. 

Stokes, Stanley Graham ; born 1889. Faber. 

Son of R. S. Stokes, 21 Great St. Helen's, E.C. Upper IVth. 
Left Mids. 1904. Parent's Address. 

Stretton, John Weston; born 1888. Minor Scholar. Spear. 

Son of J. L. Stretton, 27 Church Street, Kidderminster. 
Class. Lower Shell— Matric. Class. First Eleven Football. 
Still in School. 

Thompson, Gerald Lauderdale ; born 1890. Faber. 

Son of W. Thompson, Ashdale, Stamford. Lower IVth — 
Middle IVth. Left Easter 1904. Parent's Address. 

Vickers, Vernon Charles Whitby ; born 1888. Faber. 

Son of Rev. W. V. Vickers, Knowle Grange, Sidmouth. 
Army Side. Still in School. 

Whitelegge, Maurice Horsley ; born 1889. School House. 

Senior and Lea Scholar. Son of B. A. Whitelegge, 3 
Edwardes Place, Kensington, W. Class. Upper Vth— 
Lower Vlth. Still in School. 

Wilkinson, John ; born 1888. Swann. 

Son of J. Wilkinson, Rathbeggan, Dunboyne, Co. Meath. 
Lower IVth— Middle IVth. Still in School. 



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Winterbotham, Geoffrey Leonard ; born 1889. Toppin. 

Son of Sir Henry W. Winterbotham, 36 Clanricarde Gar- 
dens, Bayswater, W. Class. Middle Vth — Remove. Still 
in School. 



Entries in January, 1904. 

Atkins, Frank ; born 1888. Lyon, 

Son of E. R. Atkins, 49 Priory Road, W. Hampstead, 
London. Mod. III. — Lower Mod. II. Still in School. 

Badham, Percy ; born 1888. Salisbury. 

Son of H. A. Badham, The Mythe, Tewkesbury. Mod. 
III. — Lower Mod. II. House Eleven Football. Still in 
School. 

Baily, Philip Pendlebury ; born 1890. Stuann. 

Son of H. M. Baily, Hardwicke, Wells Road, Malvern. 
Class. Middle Shell— Lower Vth. Still in School, 

Barraclough, Ernest ; born 1889. Bullock. 

Son of T. Barraclough, Staincliffe, Seaton Carew, W. 
Hartlepool. Class. Lower Shell — Middle Shell. Still in 
School. 

Barraclough, Alfred ; born 1889. Bullock. 

Brother of above. Middle I Vth. Still in School. 

Bask vi, James ; born 1890. House. 

Son of Capt. W. H. Basevi, Kingsheath, Westbury-on-Trym. 
Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Bhunsri, Mom Chow ; born 1886. Day Boy. 

Care of J. A. Brown, Siamese Legation, 23 Ash burn Place, 
S.W. Lower IVth-Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Crofton, Thomas Horsfall ; born 1889. Faber. 

Son of Sir Malby Crofton, Bart., Longford House, Ballis- 
dare, Co. Sligo. Middle IVth-Mod. III. Still in School. 



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Evan-Thomas, Llewellyn Gerald ; born 1889. Swann. 

Son of L. Evan-Thomas, 141 Rue Van Schoonbeke, Antwerp. 
Class. Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Everest, George Wilfrid ; born 1890. School House. 

Son of L. F. Everest, 5 Pump Court, Temple, E.C. Mod. 
III. Still in School. 

Healey, Geoffrey Forbes Wynn ; born 1889. Foster. 

Son of Col. C. H. Healey, C.M.G., (O.M.), The Firs, Croxley 
Green, R.S.O., Herts. Lower IVth. Still in School. 

Healey, Charles Hugh Courtney ; born 1890. Foster. 

Brother of above. Lower IVth — Upper IVth. Still in 
School. 

Hellyer, Sidney Hannaford ; born 1889. Foster. 

Son of C. Hellyer, Lamwath Hall, Sutton-on-Hull. Lower 
IVth-Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Henderson, Kenneth ; born 1889. Bullock. 

Son of H. W. Henderson, 28 Austin Friars, E.C. Upper 
IVth— Lower Mod. II. Still in School. 

Hill, Arthur Frederick Creery ; born 1889. Lyon. 

Son of T. E. Hill, The Knoll, Caversham, Reading. Class. 
Lower Shell— Middle Shell. Still in School. 

Holmes, Robert Wright ; born 1889. Bullock. 

Son of Mrs. Morsom, Dunster House, Durham. Upper 
IVth. Still in School. 

Hyslop, Robert Edward ; born 1889. Toppin. 

Son of R. Hyslop, Glenholm, West Walk. Leicester. Class. 
Lower Shell— Upper Shell. Still in School. 

Leedam, Gerald ; born 1889. Bullock. 

Son of A. Leedam, The Leasows, Hilderstone, Stone, Staffs. 
Lower Mod. II. Still in School. 



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Portal, Gervas Edward ; born 1890. School House. 

Son of Major E. R. Portal, Eddington House, Hungerford. 
Middle IV B-Upper IV B. Still in School. 

Seemann, Denis Vivian ; born 1889. House. 

Son of A. Seemann, 177 Oak wood Court, Kensington, W. 
Army Side. House Eleven Cricket and Football. Still in 
School. 

Sharp, Cuthbert John ; born 1890. School House. 

Son of J. B. Sharp, Hillbrow, Reigate, Surrey. Class. 
Middle IVth-Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Simms, Harold Marston ; born 1890. Day Boy. 

Son of G. F. Simms, The Farlands, Stourbridge. Middle 
IV B-Upper IV B. Still in School. 

Sisson, James Arnott ; born 1889. Toppin. 

Son of J. A. Sisson, Hillcroft, Salt well, Gateshead. Lower 
IVth— Middle IV B. Still in School. 

Tabberer, Cecil Osmond ; born 1889. Salisbury. 

Son of O. Tabberer, The Holt, Leicester. Class. Middle 
Shell— Upper Shell. Still in School. 

Thomas, Ivor Broadbent ; born 1890. Salisbury. 

Son of T. P. Thomas, Springbank, Barry > Glamorgan. 
Middle IV B— Modern III. Still in School. 

Usher, George Clemens ; born 1889. Foster. 

Son of T. C. Usher, Elmsfield, Hertford, Mod. III.— II. 
Still in School. 



Entries in May, 1904. 

Abbott, Cyril Edward ; born 1889. Day Boy, 

Son of E. J. Abbott, The Austins, Handsworth, Birmingham. 
Lower IVth. Still in School. 

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Abbott, Eric Goward ; born 1892. Day Boy. 

Brother of above. Lower IVth. Still in School. 

Allen, Edward Carlyle ; born 1889. Swanu. 

Son of T. J. Allen, Hereford House, Clifton Down, Bristol. 
Middle IV B. Left Easter 1905. 

Ambler, Eric Frank ; born 1890. Toppin. 

Son of F. Ambler, Westfields, Hatch End, Pinner. Class. 
Upper IVth— Upper Shell. Still in School. 

Bullen, Geoffrey ; born 1889. Toppin. 

Care of E. P. Hollams, St. Andrew's, Bromley, Kent. 
Class. Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Butler, Eustace Norman ; born 1889. School House. 

Son of George Butler, Shanghai. Class Upper IVth — 
Lower Shell. Still in School. 

Cooke, Frederick Francis ; born 1890. Faber. 

Son of F. W. Cooke, Swardeston, Norwich. Class. Middle 
IVth. Still in School. 

Currie, Philip John Reginald ; born 1889. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Currie, Hambledon House, Child Okeford, 
Blandfprd. Army Side. Still in School. . 

Cuthbertson, Hugh ; born 1890. Foster. 

Son of E. H. Cuthbertson, Bushey House, Biishey, Herts. 
Mod. Ill— Lower Mod. II. Still in School. 

Dawson, Beresford Norman ; born 1889. Lyon. 

Son of N. Dawson, The Avenue, Northampton. Upper IV B 
—Mod. III. Still in School. 

Dracopoli, John Chance ; bom 1890. Foster. 

Son of N. F. Dracopoli, Holmwood, Parkstone, Dorset. 
Class. Middle IVth— Upper IVth. Still in School. 



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Echalaz, John Harman ; born 1889. Faber. 

Son of A. C. Ecbalaz, Sister's Cottage, Wargrave-on- Thames. 
Class. Lower Shell— Middle Shell. Still in School. 

Goodwyn, John Lawrence ; born 1889. Spear, 

Son of L. W. Goodwyn, Lensdene, Church Road, Han well. 
Class. Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Hadwen, Frederick Guy ; born 1889. Faker. 

Son of Mrs. Hadwen, Kebroyd, Halifax. Middle IV B. 
Still in School. 

Halsey, Brian Arnold ; born 1888. Salisbury. 

Son of A. Halsey, Westend House, Wickwar. Class. 
Lower Vth -Middle Vth. Still in School. 

Harris, John Anthony ; born 1890. Foster. 

Son of Col. J. Harris, Strathearn, Saltburn-by-the-Sea. 
Upper IV B-Mod. III. Still in School. 

Hill, Frank ; born 1890. Foster* 

Son of J. Hill, Brockley, Saltburo-bythe-Sea. Middle IV B. 
Still in School. 

Jarvis, William Bertie ; born 1889. House. 

Son of W. G. Jarvis, Mayfield, Stoneygate, Leicester. Class. 
Lower Shell— Middle Shell. Still in School. 

Kavanagh, Dermot McMurrough ; born 1890. School House. 

Son of W. Kavanagh, Borris House, Borris* Co. Carlo w, 
Ireland. Lower IVth—Middle IV B. Still in School. 

Kay, Harry de Triogat Wilkinson ; born 1889. Faber. 

Son of H. Kay, Boverton House, Boverton, Glamorgan. 
Lower IVth—Middle IV B. Still in School. 

Langley, Lawrence Eric ; born 1890. Foster. 

Son of Rev. W. Langley, Narborough House, Leamington. 
Class. Middle IVth. Still in School. 



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Mainprice, Christopher ; born 1889. Foster. 

Son of W. T. Mainprice, The Birches, Sutton, Macclesfield. 
Upper IV B— Mod. III. Still in School. 

Pegg, Kenneth Hugh ; born 1891. School Home. 

Son of Mrs. A. E. Saunders, St. Martin's Vicarage, Leicester. 
Class. Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Pidgeon, Geoffrey Denzil ; born 1889. Spear. 

Son of W. R. Pidgeon, 42 Porchester Square, W. Class. 
Upper Shell. Still in School. 

Pritchard, Cuthbert Thomas ; born 1890. Toppin. 

Son of A. E. Pritchard, Dolobran, Wood Green, Wednes- 
bury. Class Upper IVth— Lower Shell. Still in School. 

Roberts, Ernest Handforth Goodman ; born 1890. Foster. 

Son of H. G. Roberts, The Cottage, Mold, North Wales. 
Class. Lower Shell— Middle Shell. Still in School. 

Rutland, Ronald William ; born 1890. Toppin. 

Son of E. Rutland, The Uplands, Stourbridge. Lower IVth. 
Still in School. 

Sambidge, John Raymond; born 1889. Faber. 

Son of H. W. Sambidge, 36 Wellington Road, Edgbaston. 
Middle IV B-Upper IV B. Still in School. 

Simmons, Gerald Henry Hardman ; born 1889. Swann. 

Son of H. T. Simmons, Wychnour, Battle, Sussex. Class. 
Upper IVth. Left Mids. 1904. Parents Address. 

Snape, William Richard Claude ; born 1890. Lyon. 

Son of Mrs. Snape, St. Bees, Beachy Head Road, Eastbourne. 
Class. Upper IVth— Lower Shell. Still in School. 

Spranger, John Alfred ; born 1889. House: 

Son of R. W. Spranger, 81 Via Cavour, Florence. Class. 
Upper Shell. Still in School. 



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Stevens, Henry Francis Bingham ; born 1890. Spear. 

Son of Rev. H. B. Stevens, Darenth Vicarage, Dartford, 
Kent. Upper IV B. Still in School. 

Thomson, George Eric Duguid ; born 1890. Swann. 

Son of G. W. Thomson, 56 Gloucester Terrace, London, W. 
Middle IV B. Still in School. 

Tunnard, Tatton Edward ; born 1890. Bullock. 

Son of C. C. Tunnard, Tyninghame, Preston Kirk, Scotland. 
Class. Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Watson, John Harrison ; born 1889. Swann. 

Son of W. J. Watson, Breaston, Derby. Lower IVth — 
Middle IV B. Still in School. 

Wood, Reginald Townsend ; born 1887. School House. 

Son of S. P. Wood, Hallow Bank, Hen wick, Worcester. 
Middle IV B— Upper IV B. Left Chr. 1904. 

Rosedale, Worcester. 



Entries in September, 1904. 

Adams, John Bernard Pye ; born 1890. House Scholar. Salisbury. 
Son of H. J. Adams, St. John's, Oak wood Avenue, Becken- 
ham. Class. Upper Vth. Still in School. 

Adam son, Charles John Henry ; born 1890. Foster. 

Son of J. H. Adamson, Kirkhill, Cambo, Northumberland. 
Class. Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Ainsley, Alan Col pits ; born 1890. School House. 

Son of Dr. T. G. Ainsley, Greylands, West Hartlepool. 
Class. Lower Shell. Still in School. 

Baird, Hugh Stanley Montagu ; born 1890. Swann. 

Son of M. M. W. Baird, Keppoch, Cardross, Dumbarton- 
shire. Mod. III. Still in School. 



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Bball, Roy Dixon ; born 1890. Minor Scholar. Swann* 

Son of W. J. Beall, Trebarwith, Sanders tead, Surrey. 
Class. Lower Shell — Army Side. Still in School. 

Begbie, George ; born 1889. Toppin. 

Son of J. A. Begbie, 10 Sackville Gardens, Hove, Sussex. 
Class. Lower Shell. Still in School. 

Briggs, Geoffrey Rawdon ; born 1889. Spear. 

Son of G. H. Briggs, 18 Kensington Gate, Kensington, W. 
Class. Lower Shell. Still in School. 

Bury, Charles Rugely ; born 1890. Foster. 

Son of C. Bury, EH field, Wotton-under-Edge. Class. Lower 
Shell. Still in School. 

Butterwick, James Cyril ; born 1890. Minor Scholar. House. 

Son of Rev. J. Butterwick, The Rectory, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, 
Notts. Class. Middle Vth. Still in School. 

Cartland, John ; born 1890. Lyon. 

Son of F. H. Cartland, Apsley House, King's Heath, Bir- 
mingham. Class. Lower Shell. Still in School. 

Cass. Hugh Launcelot ; born 189 1. House Scholar. Swann. 

Son of T. B. Cass, Secunderabad, Deccan. Class. Lower 
Vth. Still in School. 

Cassidv, Arthur Ardagh ; born 1890. Spear. 

Son of Mrs. Cassidy, care of Miss L. Bostock, 154 Portsdown 
Road, Maida Vale, W. Class. Upper I Vth. Still in School. 

Clement, Julian ; born 1891. Lyon. 

Care of Mrs. H. Neaie, Lidsey House, Bognor. Mod. III. 
Still in School. 

Cornelius, Richard Neville ; born 1890. School House. 

Son of Mrs. Cornelius, Seathwaite, Blundellsands, Liverpool. 
Class. Lower Vth. Still in School. 



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Cotton, Alfred Christopher ; born 1890. House Scholar. House. 
Son of Mrs Cotton, Broadway Green Farm, Windlesham, 
Camberley. Class. Upper Vth. Still in School. 

Davey, Roscoe Ellis Boyle ; born 1890. Minor Scholar. Foster. 
Son of G. Davey. Sustead Old Hall, Norwich. Class. Lower 
Shell. Still in School. 

Davies, Edward Smith Thomas ; born 1890. Bullock. 

Son of J. H. Davies, Bryngarw House, Porth, Glamorgan. 
Lower lVth. Still in School. 

Dudgeon, Cyril Henry ; born 1890. Salisbury. 

Son of H. Dudgeon, The Priory, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin. 
Mod. III. Still in School. 

Duke, Leonard Gordon ; born 1890. Minor Scholar. School House. 
Son of Rev. W. Duke, D.D., 123 North Street, St. Andrew's, 
Scotland. Class. Middle Vth. Still in School. 

Eberli, Francis Hermann ; born 1890. House Scholar. Lyon. 

Son of J. F. Eberli, 42 Highbury New Park, N. Army 
Side. Still in School. 

Ewart, Willie Basil ; born 1890. Swann. 

Son of F. W. Ewart, Derryvolgie, Lisburn, Ireland. Middle 
IV B. Still in School. 

Game, Hubert John ; born 1890. Lyon. 

Son of G. B. Game, 41 Devonshire Place, London, W. 
Class. Middle Shell. Still in School. 

Garson. Herbert Leslie ; born 1891. Lygon Scholar. Faber. 

Son of D. W. Garson, Bebington, Cheshire. Class. Upper 
Vth. Still in School. 

Gibbs, John Hugh Geoffrey; born 1889. Bullock. 

Son of G. Gibbs, Kirk Ella, Weston-super-Mare. Class. 
Middle Shell. Still in School. 



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Godsal, Thomas William ; born 1891. School House. 

Son of P. T. Godsal, Iscoyd Park, Whitchurch, Salop. 
Class. Middle IV th. Still in School. 

Hales, Henry Ward ; born 1890. Faber. 

Son of Dr. R. T. Hales, Holt, Norfolk. Class. Middle IVth. 
Still in School. 

Harding, Geoffrey Duncan ; born 1890. Minor Scholar. Spear. 
Son of W. Harding, 61 Beresford Road, Oxton, Cheshire. 
Class. Lower Vth. Still in School. 

Hill, Osmond Percy ; born 1890. Minor Scholar. Lyon. 

Son of H. W. Hill, 19 Elsworthy Road, Hampstead, N. 
Class. Middle Vth. Still in School. 

Holden. Hubert Capel Lofft; born 1890. School House* 

House Scholar. Son of Col. Holden, R.A., Gifford House, 
St. John's Park, Blackheath, S.E. Class. Upper Vth. Still 
in School. 

Houghton, Frederick Leonard ; born 1890. Salisbury. 

Minor Scholar. Son of F. T. S. Houghton, 188 Hagley 
Road, Birmingham. Class. Upper Shell. Still in School. 

Hurt, Eric Francis ; born 1890. Minor Scholar. Swann. 

Son of L. B. Hurt, Ivonbrook, Darley Dale, Matlock. 
Class. Lower Vth. Still in School. 

Ince, Henry Montague ; born 1889. House. 

Son of Rev. H. G. Ince, Trowbridge Rectory, Wilts. Class. 
Middle Shell. Still in School. 

James, Sadler Montague Haughton ; born 1890. School House. 

Son of P. H. James, Paradise Penn, Savannalamar, Jamaica, 
B. W. I. Middle IV B. Still in School. 

James, Edward Philip Haughton ; born 1891. School House. 

Brother of above. Class. Middle IVth. Still in School. 



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Jones, Wilfred Guy ; born 1889. School House. 

Son of F. W. Jones, 8 Rawlinson Road, Oxford. Class. 
Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Lardelli, Maurice Strachan ; born 1890. Foster. 

Son of T. F. Lardelli, 1 Foley Avenue, Hampstead, N.W. 
Class. Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Lee, Edward Owen ; born 1891. Senior Scholar. Bullock. 

Son of Mrs. Lee, Lorndown, Cheltenham. Class. Upper Vth. 
Still in School. 

Lee Booker, Roland ; born 1891. Bullock. 

Son of J. Lee Booker, Swarthdale Hall, Carnforth. Class. 
Lower Shell. Still in School. 

Malcolm-Sim, Hubert John ; born 1891. Salisbury. 

Son of Mrs. Malcolm- Sim, 13 Sussex Square, Brighton. 
Middle IV B. Still in School. 

Marshall, Stewart Ray ; born 1890. Toppin. 

Son of R. Marshall, Santa Rosa, Northwood, R.S. O., 
Middlesex. Class. Lower Vth. Still in School. 

McArthur, Laurence William ; born 1890. Foster. 

Son of M. McArthur, Milfield, Chislehurst. Class. Middle 
Shell. Still in School. 

Owen, Alfred George Llewys; born 1890. School House. 

House Scholar. Son of R. K. W. Owen, Highfield, Upper 
Maze Hill, St. Leonard's. Class. Upper Vth. Still in School. 

Parkes, Richard Godfrey ; born 1890. Spear. 

Son of E. B. Parkes, Hillside, Caterham Valley, Surrey. 
Class. Middle Shell. Still in School. 

Pearson, Robert Tate ; born 1890. School House. 

Son of R. Pearson, The Hermitage, Oswaldkirk, York. 
Upper IVth. Still in School. 



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Pechell, Paul Brooke ; born 1889. Lyon. 

Son of Col. A. A. Brooke- Pechell, The Barracks, Holy wood, 
Co. Down. Mod. III. Still in School. 

Pentland, George Charles Croker ; born 1890. Swann. 

Son of G. H. Pentland, Black Hall, Drogheda, Ireland. 
Class. Upper Shell. Still in School. 

Prbst, Harold Edward West ray ; born 1890. Foster , 

Son of S. Prest, Kavensworth, Beckenham, Kent. Class. 
Lower Shell. Still in School. 

Richards, Charles Ainslie ; born 1890. Faber. 

Son of C. W. Richards, The Hollies, Malvern. Upper IV B. 
Still in School. 

Richards, William Reeves ; born 1891. Salisbury. 

Son of J. W. Richards, Rath, Greystones, Co. Wicklow. 
Mod. III. Still in School. 

Robinson, Graham Crawford ; born 1889, Faber. 

Son of St. G. Robinson, Woodville, Sligo, Ireland. Class. 
Upper IVth. Still in School. 

Robinson, Gerard Andrew Herman ; born 1890. Faber. 

Son of H. A. Robinson, Letterdife House, Roundstone. 
Co. Galway. Lower IVth. Still in School. 

Robinson, Geoffrey Winwood ; born 1891. Bullock. 

Son of Col. H. J. Robinson, Stanhill Court, Charlwood, 
Surrey. Mod. III. Still in School. 

Rombr, Guy Frederick ; born 1890. Minor Scholar. Day Boy. 
H. S. Romer, Greville House, Harrow. Class. Lower Shell. 
Still in School. 

Schwarz, William Henry ; born 1889. Lyon.; 

Care of J. Robertson, Berkeley House, Berkeley Square, W. 
Lower Mod. II. Still in School. 



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Simpson, John Parker Norfolk ; born 1890. Spear. 

Son of R. H. Simpson, Ravensmede, Alnwick. Lower lVth. 

Still in School. 

Skon, Mom Chow ; born 1889 Spear. 

Care of J. A. Brown, 23 Ashburn Place, S.W. Lower IVth. 
Still in School. 

Smart, Geoffrey Percival ; born 1891. Faber. 

Son of H. A. Smart, 40 Compayne Gardens, W. Hamp- 
stead, N.W. Class. Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Tatham, Sherman Trevor ; born 1890. Toppin. 

Son of J. P. Tatham, 16 Lyndhurst Road, Hampstead, N.W. 
Upper IV B. Still in School. 

Thompson, Rowland Guy ; born 1890. Toppin. 

Care of Miss Thompson, Ashburne Cottage, Blandford Road, 
Reigate. Mod III. Still in School. 

Thdrsby, Charlie Pelham ; born 1890. Toppin. 

Son of H. Thursby, Cound Cottage, Cressage, Shrewsbury. 
Lower IVth. Still in School. 

Trouncer, Thomas Geoffrey Beauchamp ; born 1890. Foster. 

Son of P. T. Trouncer, Chester Lodge, Cirencester. Lower 
IV. Still in School. 

Tucker, Robert Lees ; born 1889. House Scholar. Toppin. 

Son of B. Tucker, 51 Belsize Park Gardens, N.W. Class. 
Upper Vth. Still in School. 

Tuff, Frank Noel ; born 1889. Toppin. 

Son of C. Tuff, MP., The Friars, Rochester. Class. Upper 
IVth. Still in School. 

Tyrrell, Herbert Gordon ; born 1891. House Scholar. Spear. 
Son of L. G. Tyrrell, 3 Alfred Place, S. Kensington. Class. 
Upper Vth — Remove. Died November 13th, 1905. 



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Wakley, Ronald Ford ; born 1890. Salisbury, 

Son of W. J. Wakley, The Gables, Dinas Powis, Cardiff. 
Lower Mod. II. Still in School. 

Walker, Joseph Jocelyn Lomax ; born 1888. Foster, 

Son of Mrs. Walker, High field, The Lower Mount, Ramsey, 
Isle-of-Man. Army Side. Still in School. 

Walker, Sydney Edyvean ; born 1890. House, 

Son of A. C. Walker, 84 Oxford Gardens, North Kensington. 
Lower IVth. Still in School. 

Watson, John Edmund ; born 1891. Faber. 

Son of J. C. Watson, The Hall, Stoney Middleton, Sheffield. 
Lower IVth. Still in School. 

Watson, Tertius Thomas Boswall ; born 1890. Bullock. 

Son of T. B. Watson, Great South Hawke, Woldingham, 
Surrey. Class. Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Whitehead, Leonard Hindley ; born 1890. Swann. 

Son of S. Whitehead, Lynnhurst, Farington, Preston. 
Lower Mod. II. Still in School. 

Whitfeld, Arthur Noel ; born 1890. Foster. 

Son of Rev. A. L. Whitfeld, Hughenden Vicarage, High 
Wycombe. Class. Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Whitfeld, Nigel B. ; born 1891. School House. 

Son of T. S. Whitfeld, Dorman's Cross, East Grin stead, 
Sussex. Class. Lower Shell. Still in School. 

Wilson, Alan ; born 1889. Faber. 

Son of Mrs. Wilson, Oakley House, Gledhow, Leeds. Class. 
Middle IVth. Still in School. 

Woolls, George Harman ; born 1890. School House. 

Son of G. H. Woolls, Rusthall, Bath Road, Reading. 
Lower Mod. II. Still in School. 



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ADDENDA. 



Page 
20. A. F. Robinson. Elmcroft, Heath side Park, Wokinq. 

32. H. Goldingham. Innocks, N. Nibley, Dursley, GIos. 

39. W. F. Mills. La Violette, La Tour, Vevey, Switzerland. 

47. A. R. Wilson-Wood (formerly Wilson), Alexander Rigand ; 
born 1853. Estridge. Mod. I. House Eleven Cricket 
and Football. 7 Abbotsford Crescent, St. Andrew's, Fife. 

79. F. Moore. 22 Duke Street, St. James' Street, W. 

80. S. H. Hkrapath. 

10 Northumberland Terrace, West Hoe, Plymouth. 

81. A. T. H. Newnham. Cantonment Magistrate, Lucknow, India. 

121. F. W. Barnes. The Dale, Hoylake, Cheshire. 

169. T. M. Pike. Thanet College, Margate. 

259. H. J. Cardbw. 

Add\ Clare College, Cambridge ; B.A. ; St. George's 
Hospital; M.R. C.S., L. R.C.P. (London); Senior 
House Surgeon, Royal South Hants Hospital, Southamp- 
ton. Royal South Hants Hospital, Southampton ; 
and Royal Societies Club, St. James' Street, S. W. 

273. Field, Henry Robert ; born 1878. Foster. 

Son of A. B. Field, Grimsbury, near Banbury. Third 
Form— Class. Middle Vth. Left Mids. 1896. 

354. For " Spielman," read Spielmann. Son of M. H. Spielmann. 

356. H. W. Winstanley. Carvill Hail, St. John, New Brunswick. 

365. For i€ Spielman," read Spielmann. 

420. M. C. Perks7 Oriel College, Oxford. 

409. * Reynolds, Ronald George; born 1882. Swann. 

Son of F. W. Reynolds, Birch wood, Shortlands, Kent. 
Class. Lower I Vth— Upper Shell. Left Easter 1901. 
Pembroke College, Cambridge. Parent's Address. 

* Member of Old Malverniau Society. 



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HONOURS LIST. 



1870 R. M. Drew, Math. Schol., St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

G. H. White, Math. Exhib., Sidney Sussex Coll., Cambridge. 

1871 H. Haddon, Math. Sizar, St. Catherine's Coll., Cambridge. 

1872 H. Barnes, First Indian Civil Service. 

1873 G. Blomefield, Math. Schol., St. Catherine's Coll., Cambridge. 

E. N. Jones, Class. Schol., Christ's Coll., Cambridge. 

1874 E. H. Jones, Math. Schol., Jesus Coll., Cambridge. 

R. P. Newhouse, Class. Exhib., Worcester Coll., Oxford. 

1875 R. P. Newhouse, Class. Schol., Worcester Coll., Oxford. 
T. G. Sanders, Math. Schol., Jesus Coll., Cambridge. 

F. H. Fowler, Class, Schol., Queen's Coll., Oxford. 
C. W. Bate, Class. Exhib., Queen's Coll., Oxford. 

C. W. Bate, Class. Schol., Hertford Coll., Oxford. 

1876 H. D. Thomas, Math Schol., St. John's Coll., Oxford. 
H. H. Johnson, Class. Schol., St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

D. P. Harrison, Class. Schol., Pembroke Coll., Oxford. 

1877 E. S. W. Johnson, Class. Studentship, Christ Church, Oxford^ 

E. W. Elliott, Class. Schol., St. Catherine's Coll., Cambridge. 
J. T. Laurence, Math. Schol., St. Catherine's Coll., Cambridge. 
E. H. Jones, Wrangler. 

H. D. Thomas, First Class Math. Mods. 

1878 J. T. Laurence, Math. Schol., Merton Coll., Oxford. 
C. W. Bate, First Class Classical Mods. 

W. H. Hadow, Class. Schol., Worcester Coll., Oxford. 
A. J. Cripps, Class. Schol., Lincoln Coll., Oxford. 
E. Buck, Math. Schol., Hertford Coll., Oxford. 

1879 W. H. Hadow, Barnes Schol., Worcester Coll., Oxford. 

G. H. Ward, Math. Schol., Hertford Coll., Oxford. 

1880 R. Thornhill, Math. Exhib., Sidney Sussex Coll., Cambridge. 
E. Trevor, Math. Schol., Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge. 



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1880 G. H. Ward, First Class Math. Mods. 

W. H. O. S. Jobson. Math. Schol., Worcester Coll., Oxford. 

W. H. Hadow, First Class Mods. 

H. Wilson, Class. Schol., Trinity CoH., Dublin. 

H. C. Minchin, Class. Schol., Wadham Coll., Oxtord. 

P. O'Brien, Sixteenth Indian Civil Service. 

1881 H. B. Luard, Class. Schol., Peterhouse, Cambridge. 

H. B. Luard, Class. Schol., St. Catherine's Coll., Cambridge. 
P. M. Wallace, Class. Schol., Lincoln Coll., Oxford. 
E. Buck, First Math. Mods.— First Math. Final Schol. 

E. Buck, Herschel Astronomy Prize, Oxford. 

1882 L. H. J. Minchin, Math. Exhib., Christ Church Coll., 

Oxford. 
H. Wilson, Gold Medal, Trinity Coll., Dublin. 
J. H. C. Moore, Class. Schol., Peterhouse, Cambridge. 
H. C. Saville, Math. Schol., Christ's Coll., Cambridge. 
H. E. Huntington, Class. Exhib., Keble Coll., Oxford. 
W. H. Hadow, First Class Final Class. School. 
R. E. Frampton, Class. Exhib., Wadham Coll., Oxford. 
R. H. M. Cooke, Math. Schol., Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge, 

1883 I*. E. Frampton, Class. Schol., Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 
H. E. Huntington, Taylorian Italian Schol., Oxford. 

1884 L. S. Milward, Math. Schol., Pembroke Coll., Cambridge. 
R. S. Cole, Math. Exhib., Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge. 
J. M. T. George, Class. Exhib., Balliol Coll., Oxford. 

F. H. Kitchin, Math. Schol., Pembroke Coll., Cambridge. 

E. B. Titchener, Class. Schol., Sidney Sussex Coll., Cam- 
bridge. 

1885 E. H. Polehampton, Class. Schol., Queen's Coll., Oxford. 
E. B. Titchener, Class. Schol., Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 
J. G. Buckle, Class. Schol., Magdalene Coll., Cambridge. 

J. B. Luckbam, Class. Exhib., Magdalene Coll., Cambridge. 
T. M. Pike, Math. Schol., Clare Coll., Cambridge. 
R. E. Frampton, First Class Classical Mods. 
H. B. Walton, First Class Classical Final Schs. 
J. M. T. George, Indian Civil Service (4th). 



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1885 C. R. Stevens, Zoological Exhib. and Science Schol., St. 

Bartholomew's Hospital. 
S. G Toller, Science Schol., St. Thomas' Hospital. 
C A. Polehampton, Goldsmith Exhib., Oxford. 

1886 A. W. Wood, Class. Schol., St. Catherine's Coll., Cambridge. 
St. J. E. C. Hankin, Class. Postmaster, MertonColl., Oxford. 
P. W. O'Brien, Class. Exhib., Wadham Coll., Oxford. 

1887 P. W. O'Brien, Indian Civil Service Entrance. 
L. S. Milward, Eleventh Wrangler. 

H. S. Ainslie, Class. Exhib., St. John's Coll., Cambridge. 

1888 W. R. Sands, Math. Schol., Magdalene Coll., Cambridge. 
W. D. Hunt, Math. Schol., Pembroke Coll., Oxford. 

R. S. Cole, Tenth Wrangler. 

G. S. Hadow, Tancred Medical Studentship, Caius Coll., 

Cambridge. 
J. W. Taylor, Math. Schol., Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 
W. H. Hadow, Fellow of Worcester Coll., Oxford. 
H.J. Tiffen, Exhibition Worcester Coll., Oxford. 

1889 J. W. Taylor, Math. Schol., Magdalene Coll., Cambridge. 
J. W. Taylor, Math. Schol., Corpus Christi Coll., Cambridge. 
F. H. Kitchin, 22nd Wrangler. 

E. B. Titchener, First Class Final Class. Schol., Oxford. 
C. A. Polehampton, First Class Final Class. Schol., Oxford. 

1890 H. D. L. Viener, Exhibition, St. John's Coll., Oxford. 
L. B. Corbett, Bible Clerkship, All Souls* Coll., Oxford. 

1891 J. R. H. Newitt, Math. Schol., Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 
H. P. Woodhouse, Class. Schol., Magdalene Coll., Cambridge 
A. H. Thompson, Class. Schol., Magdalene Coll., Cambridge. 
S. R. Hignell, Class. Exhib., Worcester Coll., Oxford. 

A. H. Thompson, Class. Schol., Jesus Coll., Oxford. 
R. Greentree, Class. Schol., Balliol Coll., Oxford. 
A. C. H. Blakiston, Class. Schol., Trinity Coll., Oxford. 
A. J. P. Warlow, Math. Schol., Cains Coll., Cambridge. 

1892 S. R. Hignell, Class. Schol., Exeter Coll., Oxford. 

E. W. Legh, Class. Exhib., University Coll., Oxford. 

J. R. H. Newitt, Math. Schol., Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge. 



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1892 S. Wilberforce, Class. Exhib., Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge. 

R. H. Long-Innes, Law Schol., Lincoln's Inn. 

A. P. Charles, Class. Schol., Trinity Coll., Oxford. 

S. Wilberforce, Class. Schol., Pembroke Coll., Cambridge. 
!893 J. T. P. Hardiman, Class. Schol., Oriel Coll., Oxford. 

T. Phillips, Class. Exhib., Pembroke Coll., Cambridge. 

1894 H. H. Marriott, Class. Schol., Clare Coll., Cambridge. 

R. T. C. Cookson, Class. Schol., Queens' Coll., Cambridge. 

G. C. Shorting, Class. Exhib., Queens' Coll., Cambridge. 

E. W. Legh, First Class Classical Mods. 

R. Greentree, First Class Classical Mods. 

C. M. Collett, Class. Exhib., Hertford Coll., Oxford. 

E. N. C. Andrew, Math. Exhib., Trinity Coll., Cambridge. 

G. O. Smith, Class. Schol., Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford. 

J. A. Watson, Class. Schol., Wadham Coll., Oxford. 

G. F. de Montmorency, Class. Exhib., Pembroke Coll., Cam- 
bridge. 
R. Greentree, Craven Schol., Oxford University. 

1895 F. H. Lindsay, Math. Schol., Clare Coll., Cambridge. 

P. P. Williams, Class. Exhib., Queens' Coll., Cambridge. 
M. G. Apthorp, Class. Exhib., Queens' Coll., Cambridge. 

E. B. Denham, History Schol., Merton Coll., Oxford. 

F. J. A. Mackworth, Math. Schol., Selwyn Coll., Cambridge. 
H. M. Wyatt, Math. Schol., St. Catherine's Coll., Cambridge. 
C. M. Imlach, Scholarship, University Coll., Liverpool. 

R. P. Hills, Class. Exhib., Magdalen Coll.. Oxford. 

R. P. Hills, Class. Schol., St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

H. Costley-White, Minor Class. Exhib., BalliolColl., Oxford. 

C. S. El well, Class. Exhib., Worcester Coll., Oxford. 

1896 H. R. Cowell, Math. Schol., Clare Coll., Cambridge. 

J. W. Simmons, Math. Schol., Corpus Christi Coll., Cam- 
bridge. 

J. W. Simmons, Math. Exhib., Worcester Coll., Oxford. 

J. A. Drake, Warneford Schol., King's Coll., London. 

R. B. Arnold, Class. Demyship, Magdalen Coll , Oxford. 

G. P. Blake, Math. Exhib., Trinity Coll., Cambridge. 



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; 1896 A. G. P. Pullan. Class. Schol., Trinity Coll., Oxford. 

H. Costley-White, Class. Schol., Balliol Coll., Oxford. 
; R. H. Hickman, Class. Schol., Jesus Coll., Cambridge. 

R. Greentree, First Lit. Hum., Oxford. 
J 1897 H. E. Piggott, Math. Schol., Clare Coll., Cambridge. 

' G. C. de J. du Vallon, Class. Schol., Peterhouse, Cambridge. 

E. S. Liddiard, Class. Exhib., Worcester Coll., Oxford. 

H. E. Piggott, Stewart of Rannoch Schol. in Sacred Music, 
Cambridge University. 

\ C. S. Elwell, Abbott Schol. (equal), Oxford University. 

G. P. Blake, Math. Schol., Trinity Coll., Cambridge. 

N. D. Walker, Math. Exhib., Trinity Coll., Cambridge. 

E. W. N. Wyatt, Class. Exhib., Clare Coll., Cambridge. 

1 

S. A. H. Burne, History Schol., Peterhouse, Cambridge. 

1898 G. T. H. Bracken, Class. Schol., Oriel Coll., Oxford. 
G. B. Williams, Class. Schol., Christ Church Coll., Oxford. 
E. A. Dawson, Class. Exhib., Worcester Coll., Oxford. 
E. V. Garratt, Class. Exhib., Worcester Coll., Oxford. 
H. W. Hodges, History Exhib., Lincoln College, Oxford. 

A. J. Ross, Woolwich Entrance (2nd). 
N. D. Walker, Math. Schol., Trinity Coll., Cambridge. 

B. A. Collins, Class. Schol., Brasenose College, Oxford. 
P. N. Wadlow, Class. Schol., Magdalen College, Cambridge. 

A. P. Collett, Class. Schol., Queens' Coll., Cambridge. 

1899 J. Gardner, Class. Schol., Corpus Christi Coll., Cambridge. 

B. E. Crump, History Exhib., Exeter Coll., Oxford. 
G. B. Sanderson, Class. Schol., Brasenose College, Oxford. 
W. H. S. Smith, Class. Exhib., St. Peter's Coll., Cambridge. 
W. le B. Tahourdin, Indian Civil Service. 

C. M. Collett, Indian Civil Service. 
E. B. Denham, Indian Civil Service. 
H. Costley-White, First Class Classical Mods., Oxford. 
R. B. Arnold, First Class Classical Mods., Oxford. 
A. G. P. Pullan, First Class Classical Mods., Oxford. 
G. O. Smith, First Lit. Hum., Oxford. 
W. le B. Tahourdin, First Mod. History, Oxford. 



544 The Malvern Register. 

1899 G. F. de Montmorency, Indian Civil Service. 

1900 H. E. Piggott. Eleventh Wrangler, Cambridge. 

G. B. Canny, Class. Schol., Queen's Coll., Cambridge. 

B. W. Wahl, Taylorian Schol., Oxford. 

H. H. Wilberforce, Class. Schol., Corpus Christi Coll., 

Cambridge. 
W. M. Grundy, Bible Clerkship, All Souls' Coll., Oxford. 
R. P. Hills, First Class Lit. Hum., Oxford. 
G. H. T. Bracken, First Class Classical Mods., Oxford. 

1901 H. F. Sitzler, Class. Schol., University College, Oxford. 
G. Gray, Math. Exhib., Queens' Coll., Cambridge. 

R. V. H. Burne, Hist. Exhib., Keble Coll., Oxford. 
R. B. Arnold, First Class Lit. Hum., Oxford. 

C. Tindall, Home and Indian Civil Service. 

E. S. Liddiard, Home and Indian Civil Sen-ice. 
C. H. Blakiston, Craven University Fellowship, Oxford. 
H. B. Whitehouse, Science Schol., St. Thomas's Hospital. 
S. B. C. Campbell, Class. Schol., Keble Coll., Oxford. 

1902 G. E. Grundy, Class. Schol., Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 
R. N. Reid, Class. Schol., Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

J. R. Birch, Math. Exhib., Clare Coll., Cambridge. 
P. Macqueen, Math. Schol., Selwyn Coll., Cambridge. 

A. G. P. Pullan, Home and Indian Civil Service. 
G. H. T. Bracken, Home and Indian Civil Service. 

B. W. Wahl, Home and Indian Civil Service. 

C. J. N. Longridge, The William Brown Exhibition for 

Research, St. George's Hospital. 

C. F. Smyly, Class. Schol., Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 
E. Gore-Browne, Class. Exhib., Worcester Coll., Oxford. 
G. C. Kerwood, Class. Exhib., Worcester Coll., Oxford. 
J. H. Boraston, Hist. Exhib., Merton Coll., Oxford. 
J. R. Birch, Math. Exhib., Clare Coll., Cambridge. 
B. A. Collins, Home and Indian Civil Service. 
A. P. Collett, Home and Indian Civil Service. 

1903 A.J. Bamford, Math. Schol., Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge. 
R. A. Fawcus, Class. Schol. Oriel Coll., Oxford. 



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1903 F. H. Steavenson, Hulmeian Schol., BrasenoseColl., Oxford. 

A. C. Tyndale, Class. Schol., Worcester Coll., Oxford. 

1904 G. B. Canny, First Class Classical Tripos, Cambridge. 

B. C. Reade, Hulmeian Scholarship, BrasenoseColl., Oxford. 
S. E. Beal, Scholarship, Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 

R. V. H. Burne, First Class Modern History, Oxford. 

G. B. Canny, Home Civil Service. 

P. A. Brown, History Schol., New Coll., Oxford. 

N. B. Michell, Major Schol., Trinity College, Cambridge. 



SCHOLARSHIPS. 



THE BISHOP PHILPOTT. 

Foundation Scholarship of £30 (increased by the Council to £56), 
given by the late Bishop of Worcester, President and 
Visitor of the College. 

1865 E. N. Jones. , H. E. Huntington. 

1868 H. Barnes. 75 j R. Bate. 

1871 E. N. Jones. 1876—82 R. H. M. Cooke. 

1874 E. Buck 1883—85 St. J E C. Hankin. 



THE LYGON. 

Foundation Scholarship of £56, given by the Right Hon. Earl 
Beauchamp, for many years Chairman of the Council. Now 
given in his memory. 



1865 


J. W, Wray. 


i875 




T'. A. Hauxwell. 


1866 


J. Haworth. 


1876- 


-78 


P. O'Brien. 


1869 


R. M. Drew. 


1879- 


-84 


J. G. Buckle. 




T. A. Hauxwell. 


1885- 


-87 


C. G. Pritchard. 


1873 - 


E. Buck. 
R Bate. 


1888- 
1890- 


-89 
-94 


G. F. D. Smith. 
G. O. Smith. 




H. Roden. 


1895- 


-99 


G. B. Sanderson. 


1874 j 


H. Roden. 

T. A. Hauxwell. 


1900- 


-04 


H. N. J. Keene. 



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the LEA. 

Foundation Scholarship of £30 (increased by the Council to £56), 
endowed by Charles Wheeley Lea, Esq., Vice-President, 
in memory of the late J. Wheeley Lea, Esq. 

1865 G. H. White. 

1866 R. M. Drew. 

1867 H. Rolles. 
69-70 C. Lushington. 

W. Smith. 
C. W. Bate. 
W. Tyndall. 
W. H. Hadow. 
73—75 H. Thomas. 



[871 j 
[872 J 



1876—78 


1 A. C. Bird. 
i G. H. Ward. 


1879 


G. H. Ward. 


1880-81 


N. Green. 


1882—85 


P. W. O'Brien. 


1886—89 


F. A. Coleridge. 


1890 — 92 


H. P.J.Charles. 


1893—97 


G. B. Williams. 


1898 — 02 


C. F. Smyly. 


1903-04 


M. H. Whitelegge. 


THE FABER. 





An Exhibition of /12, tenable for one year, awarded to the best 
candidate in the Entrance Scholarship Examination, founded 
in memory of the Headmastership of the Rev. Arthur Faber, 
late Member of the Council, and first Headmaster of the 
School. 



1881 


J. M. T. George. 


1893 


H. Costley-White. 


1882 


P. W. O'Brien. 


1894 


B. M. Wilson. 


83-84 


St. J. E, C. Hankin. 


1895 


N. D. Walker. 


1885 


jS. L. Mc Andrew. 
lw. D. Hunt. 


1896 


H. F. Sitzler. 


1897 


W. R. Reid. 


1886 


H. C. Smith. 


1898 


C. F. Smyly. 


1887 


F. A. Coleridge. 


1899 


E. Gore-Browne. 


1888 


A. H. Blakiston. 


1900 


A. A. Fletcher. 


1889 


R. Greentree. 


1901 


T. Prain. 


1890 


G. H. Cross. 


1902 


C. E. Storrs. 


1891 


W. R. L. Blakiston. 


1903 


M. H. Whitelegge. 


1892 


C. O. Emra. 


1904 


E. O. Lee. 



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LEAVING SCHOLARSHIP. 



1890 


L. B. Corbett. 


1898 


G. P. Blake. 


1 891 


A. H. Thompson. 


1899 


B. A. Collins. 


1892 


R. Green tree. 


1900 


G. B. Sanderson. 


1893 


A P. Charles. 


1 901 


H. F. Sitzler. 


1894 


H. H. Marriott. 


1902 


S. B. C. Campbell 


1895 


G. O. Smith. 


1903 


G. C. Kerwood. 


1896 


R. P. Hills. 


1904 


F. H. Steavenson. 


1897 


H. Costley- White. 







THE HEATH HARRISON EXHIBITION. 

Exhibition of £40, endowed by Heath Harrison Esq., O. M., 
held during residence as an undergraduate at Brasenose 
College, Oxford. 



96—98 H.C. deJ.duVallon. 

1899 B. A. Collins. 

1900 G. B. Sanderson. 



1902 G. E. Grundy. 
°3 — 05 W. E. Pepys. 



THE WARRINGTON EXHIBITION. 

Exhibition of /30, awarded annually on the results of the Summer 
Examination. 



1902 R. N. Reid. 

1903 C. L. Ranger. 



1904 R. A. Fawcus. 



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SCHOOL PRIZES. 



THE WEST. 
Classical Prize, given by the late Dr. West. 

1869 J. P. Haworth. 1878 H. E. Huntington. 

1870 E. N. Jones. 1879 H. Wilson. 

1871 J. D. Faber. 1880 T. G. Johnson. 
F. H. Fowler. 1881 J. C. Moore. 
T. E. Vaughan. 1882 E. B. Titchener. 

1873 D. P. Harrison. 1883 J. G. Buckle. 

1874 C. W. Bate. 1884 C. B. Ker. 

1875 E. S. Johnson. 1885 St. J. E. C. Hankin. 

1876 E. W. Elliott. n (P. W. O'Brien. 

1886 ' 



[872 {; 



f 

I A. 



1877 W. H. Hadow. I A. W. Wood. 

THE INGLEBY. 

Holcombe Ingleby, Esq., O. M., has funded £200 to provide this 
prize for the best Classical Scholar of the year. 

1887 H. S. Ainslie. 1895 G ° Smith. 

1888 S. L. Mc Andrew. 96-97 H. Costley- White. 

1889 J. T. Matchett. 1898 G. H. T. Bracken. 

1890 H. F. Smith. 1899 B. A. Collins. 
91-92 R. Greentree. 1900 G. B. Sanderson. 

1893 A P- Charles. 01-02 S. B. C. Campbell. 

1894 H. H. Marriott. 03-04 F. H. Steavenson. 

THE WILTON. 

Mathematical Prize, given by the late J. R. Wilton, Esq., formerly 
Member of the Council. 

1869 R M. Drew. 1872 A. Blomefield. 

1870 H. Haddon. 1873 T. G. Sanders. 

1871 E. H. Jones. 1874 E. Buck. 



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THE DOWDESWELL. 

Prize given by W. E. Dowdeswell, Esq., for the best Mathematical 
Scholar of the year. 

1875 H. D. Thomas. 1889 J. W. Taylor. 

1876 J. T. Laurence. 1890 J. R. H Newitt. 

1877 C. A - White. 1891 A. J. Warlow. 

1878 W. H. O. Jobson. 1892 J. R. H. Newitt. 

1879 G. H. Ward. 93-94 E- N. C. Andrew. 

1880 E. G. Trevor. 1895 F. H. Lindsay. 

1881 H. C. Saville. 1896 H. R. Cowell. 

1882 R. H M. Cooke. 1897 G p - Blake. 

1883 L. S. Milward. 98-99 N. D. Walker. 

1884 F. H. Kitchin. 1900 G. Gray. 

1885 T. M. Pike. 01 -02 A. J. Bamford. 

1886 W. D. Hunt. 1903 J. T. R. Bomanji. 

1887 W. R. Sands. 1904 A. H. Pinder. 

1888 H. S. Ainslie. 

HEADMASTER'S PRIZE. 

1872 G. G. W. Hayward 1879 H. E. Huntington. 

1873 Not awarded. 1880 T. G. Johnson. 

1874 R. P. Newhouse. 1881 P. M. Wallace. 

1875 H. H. Johnson. 1882 J. K. Homer. 
76.77 E. W. Elliott. 1883 R. E. E. Frampton. 
1878 T. G. Johnson. 1884 E. B. Titchener. 

LEA SHAKESPEARE. 

Charles Wheeley Lea, Esq., Vice-President, has funded /ioo 

to provide this prize for the best Shakespearean Scholar of 
the year. 

1869 J. H. Crump. 1875 J. P. Bowden. 

1870 A. O. Raine. 1876 W. H. Hadow. 

1871 J. D. Faber. 1877 H. E. Huntington. 

1872 W. Cooper. 1878 H. Wilson. 

1873 F. H. Fowler. 1879 H. C. Minchin. 

1874 R. P. Newhouse. 1880 H. B. Luard. 

W W 



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i 88 i 


C. A. Polehampton. 


1882 


E. B. Titchener. 


1883 


A. B. Mynors. 


1884 


G. A. Duncan. 


1885 


R. H. L. Innes. 


1886 


E. C. L. Innes. 


1887 


H. Malins 


1888 


F. A. Coleridge. 


1889 


A. P. Charles. 


1890 


J. T. P. Hardiman. 


1891 


T. Phillips. 


1892 


J. A. D. Philips. 



Lea Shakespeare (continued). 

1893 E. 

1894 R. 

1895 G. 

1896 R. 

1897 G. 

1898 P. 

1899 G. 

1900 A. 

1901 J. 

1902 L. 

1903 H 

1904 P. 



B. Denham. 
H. Hickman. 
B. Williams. 
H. Hickman. 
B. Canny. 
N. Wadlow. 
B. Sanderson. 
A. Barnes. 
H. Boraston. 
Kerwood. 
M. Robertson. 
E. Greville. 



THE CHANCE. 
Prize founded in memory of the late E. Chance, Esq., formerly 
Member of the Council, for the best Modern Scholar of the 
year. 



1870 L. H. Drew. 

1871 C. Horton. 

1872 A. S. George. 

1873 C. Healey. 

1874 W. Barwell. 

1875 E. Q. Louch. 

1876 E. M. Bowden. 

1877 F. Moore. 

1878 L. Fosbrooke. 

1879 F. P. Oakley. 

1880 L. S. Milward. 
H. L. G. Hill. 
V. Murray. 
C. W. Gale. 
A. \V. Francis. 

1884 R. H. Innes. 
18S5 T. O. Ockleston. 



1881 
1882 

1883 



1886 G. E. Standen. 

1887 Not awarded. 

1888 H. R. Walton. 
1889" G. C. Dwyer. 

1890 R. Wood. 

1 891 P. F. Attwood. 

1892 G. H. Nevile. 

1893 A. G. Burnett. 

1894 F. E. O. Tootal. 

1895 M. V. Wilbraham. 

1896 W. N. White. 

1897 B. A. White. 

1898 A. T. Beazley. 
99-00 H. B. Hann. 

1 90 1 J. Willey. 

02-03 C. C. Johnson. 

1904 H. M. Robertson. 



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THE MARTIN HISTORY. 

Prize given by the late G. E. Martin, Esq., Chairman of the 
Council, for the best Ancient History Scholar of the year. 

76—78 W. H. Hadow. 
1879 H. E. Huntington. 

G. F. Bridge. 

H. P. Hansell. 

J. K. Homer. 
M. T. George. 

E. B. Titchener. 

J. M. T. George. 

00 fC. B. Ker. 

1885 \ 
lE.H.Polehampton. 

1886 St. J. E C. Hankin. 

1887 A. W. Wood. 

1888 F. A Coleridge. 



1880 
1881 

1882 

1883 
1884 



<i: 



1889 


A. F. Ridsdale. 


1890 


A. P. Charles. 


91 92 


J. T. P. Hardiman 


1893 


R. P. Hills. 


1894 


R. B. Arnold. 


1895 


R. P. Hills. 


96-97 


A. G. P. Pullan. 


1898 


G. T. H. Bracken. 


1899 


G. B. Canny. 


1900 


G. B. Sanderson. 


01-02 


S. B. C. Campbell. 


1903 


J. H. Boraston. 


1904 


V. D. Harris. 



FRENCH and GERMAN. 

These Prizes for the best French and German Scholars of the year, 
first given by Dr. Gully, were continued by Lady Emily Foley, 
and are now given by Sir Henry Grey. 

FRENCH. 



1868 


J. P. Haworth. 


1878 


H. C. Smith. 


1869 


J. Scholfield. 


1879 


B. Castle. 


1870 


C. Lushington. 


1880 


H. B. Walton. 


1871 


A. O. Raine. 


1881 


J. O. Benwell. 


1872 


G. G. Hay ward. 


1882 


N. Kershaw. 


1873 


R. D. R. Sweeting. 


1883 


H. I. Wilson. 


1874 


R. P. Newhouse. 


1884 


L. S. Milward 


1875 


G. A. Leon. 


1885 


P. O'Brien. 


1876 


C. H. R.Bruce. 


1886 


C. B. Ker. 


1877 


H. E. Huntington. 


1887 


E. Hilliard. 



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French (continued). 



1888 


H. S. Ainslie. 


96-97 


H.C.deJ.duValloi 


1889 


F. H. S. Cator. 


1898 


G. B. Williams. 


1890 


G. H. Nugent. 


1899 


G. J. D. Scott. 


1 891 


R. J. F. Taylor. 


1900 


B. A. White. 


1892 


R. Green tree. 


1901 


H. B. Hann. 


1893 


O. Striedinger, 


1902 


R. N. Reid. 


1894 


CM. Collett. 


1903 


G. M. McCleverty. 


1895 


G. O. Smith. 


1904 
GERMAN. 


A. E. Browne. 


1868 


W. Beresford. 


1884 


F. C. Stroud. 


1869 


J. Darley. 


1885 


J. M. T. George. 


1870 


C. Horton. 


1886 


P. E. Jeeves. 


71-72 


G. Leon. 


87-88 


H. R. Walton. 


1873 


H. C. Steward. 


1890 


H. S. Moberly. 


1874 


C. Healey. 


91—93 O. Striedinger. 


1875 


H. N. Harvey. 


1894 


M. A. Bornholdt. 


1876 


H. E. Huntington. 


1896 


A. H. McCleverty 


1877 


P. O. Laurence. 


1897 


W. N. White. 


1878 


H. C. Smith. 


1898 


P. H. McCleverty 


1879 


P. H. O'Brien. 


1899 


M. B. Williams. 


1880 


W. C. Devereux. 


1900 


R. J. McCleverty. 


1881 


R. M. O'Brien. 


1 901 


H. F. Sitzler. 


1882 


W. L. Evans. 


1902 


C. C. Johnson. 


1883 


P. W. O'Brien. 


03-04 


E. F. Boothby. 



ENGLISH VERSE. 



1867 T. N. F. Bardwell. 

1868 H. Bowen. 

1869 T. N. F. Bardwell. 

1870 Cave Winscombe. 



1871 H. E. Compton. 

1872 J. H. Crump. 

1873 W. Cooper. 

1874 T. F. Paterson. 



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English Verse {continued). 



1875 


E. Johnson. 


1887 


C. Mack ay. 


1876 


A. J. Cripps. 


1889 


A. P. Charles. 


1877 


E. Johnson. 


1891 


C. T. Edge. 


1878 


W. H. Hadow. 


1892 


J. T. Wardlaw. 


1879 


C. H. S. Moore. 


1894 


P. G. Jones. 


1880 


J. C. Moore. 


1896 


H. Costley- White 


1882 


C. de Beaufort. 


1897 


P. G. Jones. 


1883 


C. B. Ker. 


1898 


E. A. Dawson. 


1884 


E. B. Titchener. 


1 901 


G. E. Grundy. 


1886 


St. J. E. C. Hankin. 


1903 


B. C. Reade. 



1871 H. R. Hughes. 

1872 A. O. Raine. 

1873 G. G. Hay ward. 

1875 E. Hull. 

1876 J. P. Bowden. 

1877 E. M. Bowden. 

1878 J. F. G. S. Redmayne. 

1879 B. Castle. 

1880 G. F. Bridge. 

1881 H. P. Hansell. 

1882 A. J. Brown. 

1883 N. T. Kershaw. 

1884 A. W. Francis. 

1885 E. C. Bullock. 

1886 P. E. Jeeves. 

(H. Viener. 
H. J. Tiffen 



ENGLISH ESSAY. 

1889 J. H. Lindsay. 

1890 S. R. Hignell. 
91-92 J. T. Wardlaw. 
1894 E. B. Denham. 

1 E. B. Denham. 
1 95 I R. P. Hills. 

1896 R. P. Hills. 

1897 E. S. Liddiard. 

1898 G. T. H. Bracken. 

1899 B. A. Collins. 
00-01 C. H. Alison. 

1902 R. N. Reid. 

1903 J. Willey. 

1904 P. A. Brown. 



1888 



67—69 J. Haworth. 
1870 E.N. Jones. 
71-72 J. D. Faber. 
1873 G. G. Hay ward. 



LATIN VERSE. 

74—76 H. H. Johnson. 

1877 W. H. Hadow. 

1878 C. R. H. Bruce. 
1880 H. C. Minchin. 



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Latin Verse {continued). 



1882 


R. E. Frampton. 


1895 


J. A. Watson. 


1884 


J. G. Buckle. 


1897 


H. Costley-White. 


1885 


E. H. Polehampton. 


1898 


R. C. Stapylton. 


1887 


H. J. Tiffen. 


1899 


R. A. Cobb. 


1888 


S. L. Mc Andrew. 


1900 


G. B. Canny. 


1889 


H. P. Woodhouse. 


1901 


G. E. Grundy. 


90-91 


A. H. Thompson. 


1902 


S. B. C. Campbell. 


1892 


R. Greentree. 


1903 


C. L. Ranger. 


1893 


A. P. Charles. 


1904 


R. A. Fawcus. 


1894 


G. O. Smith. 








LATIN 


PROSE. 




1869 


J. Corfe. 


1884 


E. H. Polehampton, 


1870 


E. N. Jones. 


1885 


H. Kempson. 


1871 


J. H. Crump. 


1887 


S. L. Mac Andrew. 


1872 


C. M. Lushington. 


89-90 


R. Greentree. 


1873 


A. O. Raine. 


1891 


A. H. Thompson. 


1874 


H. H. Johnson. 


1892 


R. Greentree. 


1875 


C. W. Bate. 




A. P. Charles. 


1876 


H. H. Johnson. 


1893 


) J. T. P. Hardiman. 


1877 


E. W. Elliott. 


1894 


CM. Collett. 


1878 


W. H. Hadow. 


95 — 97 H. Cos tley- White. 


1879 


A. B. Johnson. 


1898 


B. A. Collins. 


1880 


T. G. Johnson. 


99-00 


G. B. Sanderson. 


1881 


H. B. Luard. 


1 90 1 


S. B. C. Campbell. 


1882 


C. A. Polehampton. 


1902 


R. N. Reid. 


1883 


E. B. Titchener. 


03-04 


A. C. Tyndale. 



GREEK VERSE. 

1869 E. N. Jones. 76-77 E. W. Elliott. 

1872 C. M. Lushington. 1879 P. H. O'Brien. 

1873 G. G. Hayward. 1880 T. C Johnson. 

1874 R. P. Newhouse. 1881 R. E. Frampton. 

1875 C. W. Bate. 1883 R. E. Frampton. 



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Greek Verse (continued). 

1885 J. B. Luckham. 96-97 H. Costley-White. 

1890 E. W. Legh. 1898 G. T. H. Bracken 

91-92 R. Greentree. 1899 W. M. Grundy. 

1893 J. T. P. Hardiman. 1900 G. B. Sanderson. 

1894 H. Costley-White. 1901 H. F. Sitzler. 

1895 J- A. Watson. 03-04 F. H. Steavenson. 



GREEK PROSE. 



1869 


J. Haworth. 


1870 


H. Barnes. 


1871 


A. Hill. 


1872 


CM. Lushington 


1873 


D. P. Harrison, 


1874 


F. H. Fowler. 


1875 


D. P. Harrison. 


1877 


A. J. Cripps. 


1878 


C. R. H. Bruce. 


1879 


A. B. Johnson. 


80-81 


W. Salter. 


1882 


J. K. Homer. 


1883 


R. E. Frampton. 


1884 


E. B. Titchener. 



1885 


E. H. Polehampton 


1889 


H. S. Pike. 


1890 


E. W. Legh. 


1891 


A. H. Thompson. 


1892 


R. Greentree. 


1893 


J. T. P. Hardiman. 


1894 


R. T. C. Cookson. 


1895 


G. O. Smith. 


96-97 


H. Costley-White. 


1898 


G. T. H. Bracken. 


1899 


B. A. Collins. 


1900 


W. M. Grundy. 


01-02 


R. N. Reid. 


03-04 


F. H. Steavenson. 



ARMY SIDE PRIZE. 



Given by the late E. Chance, Esq. 
Heywood, 1895 — x 9°4- 

1891 W. L. Foster. 

1892 G. Maxwell. 

1893 F. J. A. Mackworth. 

1894 R- S. Douglas. 

1895 P. G. Molyneux. 
T. H. L. Spaight. 

R. Bassett. 



(T 

896 ij. 



1891 — 1894, and by Colonel 

1897 W. D. Warrington- 

Morris. 

1898 A. J. Ross. 
99-00 J. A. Tulk. 
01-02 F. M. Rideout. 

1903 M. C. Robson. 

1904 H. N. J. Keene. 



556 



The Malvern Register. 



HEADS OF THE SCHOOL. 



69-70 


E. N. Jones. 


1871 


J. H. Crump. 


1872 


J. D. Faber. 




G. H. Prichard. 


1873 


G. G. W. Hayward. 




T. E. Vaughan. 


1874 


F. H. Fowler. 


1875 


A. G. Andrews. 


1876 


E. S. Johnson. 


1877 


E. H. Hill. 


1878 


C. H. R. Bruce. 




P. T. Taylor. 


1879 


W. H. O. S. Jobson 


1880 


H. C. M. Minchin. 


1881 


W. Salter. 


1882 


H. P. Hansell. 




N. Morice. 


1883 


L. S. Milward. 


1884 


A. F. Herbert. 


1885 


E. C. Bullock. 




C. B. Ker. 


1886 


P. W. O'Brien. 



1887 

1888 
1889 

1890 
1891 
1892 

1893 
1894 

1895 

1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 

1900 
1 901 
1902 

1903 
1904 



A. W. Wood. 
H. S. Ainslie. 
H. S. Ainslie. 
H. S. Pike. 
J. C. Wall. 
P. H. Latham. 
J. R. H. Newitt. 
T. B. Rhodes. 

A. G. Pembroke. 
C. J. Burnup. 

I. H. G. White. 
J. C. Gaskell. 

B. G. D. Phillips. 
H. Costley- White. 
G. P. Blake. 

E. H. Wix. 
G. B. Canny. 
W. H. B. Evans. 
A. E. Worsley. 
A. E. Chambers. 
G. N. Foster. 
M. Ferguson. 



CHOIR MASTERS. 

1867 Rev. H. Foster. 1883 E. E. Bowyer, Esq. 

1871 Rev. L. Estridge. 1886 W. F. Newton. Esq. 

1878 Rev. T. H. Belcher. 1887 R. E. Lyon, Esq. 

1881 W. W. Cooper, Esq. 



1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 



SINGING CUP. 

Presented by Sir Ghorge and Lady Innbs. 

Foster's. 94*95 Lyon's. 

Bayfield's. 96-97 House's. 

98—01 Lyon's. 



School House. 

Spear's. 

Huntington's. 



91 — 93 School House. 



1902 House's. 

1903 Day Boys. 

1904 House's. 



The Malvern Register. 



557 



CRICKET. 



1866. 

T. N. F. Bardwell.* 
W. Beresford. 
C. Blathwayt. 
E. Boddington. 
W. Clarke. 
A. Earwaker. 
A. C. Greatrex. 
A. Hart land. 
J. Haworth. 
H. Smith. 
E. Walters. 

1867. 
T. N. F. Bardwell.* 
H. C. Barnes. 
E. Boddington. 
C. Charleton. 
J. Curtis. 
A. C. Greatrex. 
A. Hart land. 
J. Haworth. 
E. Ramsbotham. 
H. Smith. 
J. Smith. 

1868. 
G. Allen. 
E. Boddington. 
H. Bo wen. 
C. Charleton. 
J. Curtis. 
C. Hatchett. 
J. Haworth.* 
C. Hayes. 
H. Jackson. 
J. Nicholls. 
J. C. Robinson. 



THE ELEVENS. 
An asterisk denotes Captain. 

1869. 

E. Boddington. 
H. Bo wen. 
J. D. Faber. 
C. Hatchett. 
J. Haworth.* 
C. Hayes. 
H. Jackson. 
B. King. 
J. Nicholls. 
J. C. Robinson. 

F. Thomas. 



1870. 
H. C. Barnes. 
H. Barrows. 
J. D. Faber. 
J. Haworth.* 
G. Hay ward. 
H. Ingleby. 
H. Jackson. 
J. Nicholls. 
A. Pim. 
R. V. Surtees. 
F. Thomas. 

1871. 
H. Barrows. 
H. E. Compton. 
J. D. Faber.* 
H. Ingleby. 
J. Peake. 
F. F. Persse. 
M. G. Rodgers. 
A. H. Stratford. 
R. V. Surtees. 
T. R. Vickers. 
H. Watson. 



1872. 
J. D. Faber.* 

F. A. Fullerton. 
H. Ingleby, senior. 
H. Ingleby, junior. 
E. W. Jones. 

G. H. Prichard. 
A. H. Stratford. 
R. V. Surtees. 
T. R. Vickers. 
H. B. Watson. 
H. F. Webb. 



1873. 

C. S. Cox. 

F. A. Fullerton. 

H. Ingleby, senior.* 
H. Ingleby, junior. 

E. W. Jones. 
W. G. Newby. 
A. O. Raine. 
S. Smith. 

A. H. Stratford. 
T. R. Vickers. 

D. P. Ware. 

1874. 
A. G. Andrews. 
T. B. Belihouse. 
J. C. Brougham. 

G. B. Colt. 
C. H. Coote. 
C. S. Cox. 

F. Fullerton.* 
H. Ingleby. 
W. C. Newby. 
C. R. Pugh. 
J. J. Read. 



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The Malvern Register. 



1875- 

A. O. Andrews. 

G. B. Colt * 

A. W. Cox. 

A. de Winton. 

H. Harrison. 

F. Fielding. 

F. H. Fowler. 

J. J. Read. 

R. H. S. Scott. 

T. Shaw. 

E. C. B. Tyndall. 



1878. 

W. D. Fox. 
D. H. Greenwood. 
J. Harg reaves. 
A. B. Hull. 
F. T. Humble. 
R. B. King. 
A. Newnham. 
R. M. Parsons. 
J. M. Stewart. 
F. W. Stratford.* 
J. S. Watson. 



1881. 

A. C. Bamford. 
K. S. Barker. 
C. R. B. Bryan. 
H. W. Buck. 
H. A. Drew. 

E. C. Evelyn.* 
J. W. Hussey. 
N. Morice. 

O. T. Pardoe. 
H. C. Saville. 

F. V. Surtees. 



1876. 

A. J. Cripps. 
A. de Winton. 
C. de Winton. 
H. P. Est ridge. 
H. Harrison.* 

E. H. Hill. 
W. Ingle. 

H. W. Steward. 

F. W. Stratford. 
S. Walter. 

G. G. Williams. 



1879. 

A. B. Belcher. 

A. C. Bird. 

M. H. Gem. 

J. Hargreaves. 

N. Harvey. 

W. H. O. S. Jobson. 

R. B. King. 

P. Millard. 

A. H. Newnham.* 

R. Thornhill. 

J. S. Watson. 



1882. 

A. C. Bamford. 
K. S. Barker. 
J. H. Copleston. 
H. P. Hansell. 
H. Harding. 
F. H. Jagger. 
N. Morice.* 
O. T. Pardoe. 
H. C. Saville. 

F. Yardley. 

G. A. Young. 



1877. 

F. Cobbold. 
C. de Winton. 
H. Estridge.* 
F. Hargreaves. 

E. H. Hill. 
W. Ingle. 
T. B. Jones. 
A. Newnham. 
J. M. Stewart. 

F. W. Stratford. 

G. G. Williams. 



1880. 

F. S. Coke. 

E. C. Evelyn. 
M. H. Gem. 

F. K. Healing. 
J. Horsfield. 

W. H. O. S. Jobson. 

F. P. Lemarchand. 
P. C. Millard. 

C. H. S. Moore. 
R. Thornhill.* 

G. F. Wooldridge. 



1883. 

J. H. Copleston. 
H. Harding. 
P. E. Harrison. 
A. W. Lemarchand. 
R. E. Lyon. 

E. C. Marsh. 
N. Morice.* 
T. M. Pike. 

J. B. Rawlinson. 

F. Yardley. 

G. A. Young. 



The Malvern Register. 



559 



1884. 

J. E. Aldridge. 

G. C. Boosey. 

A. D. Clark. 

J. H. Copleston. 

P. E. Harrison. 

A. W. Le march and. 

T. M. Pike. 

J. B. Rawlinson. 

H. J. Sedgwick. 

A. F. Woodhead. 

F. Yardley.* 



1885. 
T. M. Pike * 
J. B. Rawlinson. 
A. W. Lemarchand. 
G. C. Boosey. 
J. E. Aldridge. 
J. H. Carter. 

F. A. Pritt. 

V. M. de. Bartolome, 
J. Wippell. 
H. Kempson. 
M. B. Johnson. 

1886. 
V. M. de Bartolome. * 
M. B. Johnson. 
H. R. Sedgwick. 
A. W. Wood. 
H. H. Hansard. 

G. B. Milne. 
St. J. W. Lea. 
H. G. Harrison. 
G. C. May. 

A. J. Mitchell. 
A. H. Thornhill. 
C. H. Clark. 



1887. 
V. M. de Bartolome.* 
H. R. Sedgwick. 
A. W. Wood. 
H. H. Hansard. 
St. J. W. Lea. 
A. J. Mitchell. 

E. C. Hobson. 
H. S. Ainslie. 
R. M. Harvey. 

C. G Wotherspoon. 
P. H. Latham. 
H. Malins. 

1888. 
H R.Sedgwick.* 
H. H. Hansard. 
H. S. Ainslie. 
R. M. Harvey. 
C. G. Wotherspoon. 
P. H. Latham. 
H. Malins. 
A. Harding. 

F. H. Morris. 
L. B. Corbett. 
P. G. Reynolds. 
C. H. Johnson. 

1889. 
P. H. Latham.* 
A. Harding. 
L. B. Corbett. 
H. S. Pike. 
H. Watts. 
C. G. Willett. 
T. B. Rhodes. 
H. K. Foster. 
F. A. Coleridge. 
W. E. Copleston. 
J. H. Lindsay. 
J. C. Wall. 



1890. 
P. H. Latham.* 
L. B. Corbett. 
H. S. Pike. 
T. B. Rhodes. 
H. K. Foster. 
W. E. Copleston. 
W. L. Foster. 
G. A. Mitchell. 

F. W. Romney. 
W. W. Lowe. 
C. H. Kan some. 
W. P. Godwin. 
J. C. Wall. 

1891. 
P. H. Latham.* 
H. S. Pike. 
H. K. Foster. 
W. L. Foster. 

G. A. Mitchell. 
C. H. Ransome. 
T. B. Rhodes. 

F. W. Romney. 
W. W. Lowe. 
S. R. Hignell. 

G. H. Nevile. 

J. C. Swinburne. 

1892. 
H. K. Foster.* 
W. L. Foster. 
C. H. Ransome. 
T. B. Rhodes. 

F. W. Romney. 
W. W. Lowe. 
S. R. Hignell. 

G. H. Nevile. 
C. J. Burnup. 

J. R. H. Newitt. 
J. H. J. Webb. 
C. J. Jones. 



560 



The Malvern Register. 



1893. 

T. B. Rhodes.* 
W. W. Lowe. 
G. H. Nevile. 
C. J. Burnup. 
H. H. Marriott. 
G. H. Simpson. 
R. B. Porch. 
C. W. B. Elliott. 
E. H. Simpson. 
R. E. Foster. 
A. E. B. Manders. 

1894. 

C. J. Burnup.* 
H. H. Marriott. 
G. H. Simpson. 
R. B. Porch. 

C. W. B. Elliott. 
E. H. Simpson. 
R. E. Foster. 

A. E. B. Manders. 

D. S. Murray. 

A. R. Thompson. 
R. T. C. Cookson. 
M. G. Apthorp. 

1895. 

E. H. Simpson.* 
R. E. Foster. 

D. S. Murray. 
A. R. Thompson. 
M. G. Apthorp. • 
S. H. Day. 
P. N. S. Graeme. 
O. W. Wright. 
A. R. Cuninghame. 
R. S. T. Cochrane. 
A. H. Johnstone. 



1896. 

R. E. Foster.* 
S. H. Day. 
O. W. Wright. 

A. H. Johnstone. 

D. V. H. Short. 
E E. Apthorp. 
W. N. White. 

E. W. N. Wyatt. 
T. W. Mappin. 
H. Wadlow. 

J. M. Gibbons. 

1897. 

S. H. Day* 
E. E. Apthorp. 
W. N. White. 
E. W. N. Wyatt. 
C. A. Rathbone. 

B. A. White. 
W. Stopher. 
M. W. Graham. 

B. L. Williams. 
R. Corbett. 

G. B. Canny. 

1898. 

S. H. Day * 

E. W. N. Wyatt. 

C. A. Rathbone. 
B. A. White. 

G. B. Canny. 
W. H. B. Evans. 
B. S. Foster. 
G. B. Sanderson. 
W. J. L. Poston. 
G. S. Browne. 
B. A. Collins. 



1899. 

B. A. White.* 
G. B. Canny. 
W. H. B. Evans. 
B. S. Foster. 
G. B. Sanderson. 
W. J. L Poston. 
G. S. Browne. 
B. A. Collins. 

A. E. Worsley. 
R. C. Stapylton. 
P. N. Wadlow. 

1900. 

B. A. White.* 
G. B. Canny. 
W. H. B. Evans. 

B. S. Foster. 

G. B. Sanderson. 
A. E. Worsley. 
W. S. Bird. 
H. S. Gunn. 
R. Rogers. 
W. H. Sit well. 

C. H. Osborne. 



19OI. 

W. H. B. Evans.* 

A. E. Worsley. 

R. Rogers. 

W. S. Bird. 

C. H. Osborne. 

J. E. Balfour-Melville. 

C. H. Alison. 

E. L. Wright. 

A. P. Day. 

J. B. Orr. 

A. C. Bird. 

G. N. Foster. 



The Malvern Register. 



561 



1902. 

A. E. Worsley.* 

W. S. Bird. 

A. P. Day. 

A. C. Bird. 

G. N. Foster. 

C. C. Page. 

J. D. Read. 

S. B. C. Campbell. 

A. T. Powell. 

G. L. Mellin. 

H. H. Chipman. 



1903. 

A. P. Day.* 
G. N. Foster. 
A. E. Chambers. 
N. S. Cornelius. 

E. L. Mellin. 
G. Fellowes. 
C. H. Bird. 

F. A. Powell. 

J. O'B. Saunders. 
R. N. Worlock. 
C. J. Pearson. 



1904. 

A. P. Day.* 
G. N. Foster. 
N. S. Cornelius. 

E. L. Mellin. 

F. A. Powell. 
C. H. Bird. 
C. J. Pearson. 
H. L. Simms. 
F. T. Mann. 
P. J. Aste. 

R. C. Byass. 



SCHOOL MATCHES. 



An asterisk denotes 1 


innings declared ; 


, i, 2, etc., show wickets down. 


Year. 


School. 


Result. 


Malvern. 


Opponents 


1870 


Bromsgrove 


... Won 


.. 249 s 


• 154 


1871 


Shrewsbury 


.. Won 


.. 128 - 71 3 ... 


108 - 90 




Repton 


... Drawn 


• 97-85 •• 


116 - 3i a 


1872 


Repton 


... Won 


- *57 - 157 .. 


. "3-159 


1873 


Repton 


... Lost 


87 - 48 


• 83 - 154 


1874 


Repton 


... Lost 


•• 205 - 57 .. 


. 85 - 180 




Shrewsbury 


.. Won 


.. no - 3 


54 - 58 


1875 


Repton 


... Won 


49 - 84 s ... 


56-76 




Shrewsbury 


.. Won 


. 246 


26-118 


1876 


Repton 


.. Lost 


33 - 100 ... 


146 




Shrewsbury 


.. Won 


65 - 112 7 ... 


92 - 82 


1877 


Repton 


.. Lost 


. 82 - 34 ... 


117 - 176 




Shrewsbury 


.. Won 


.. 119 - 148 .. 


• 55 - 32 


1878 


Repton 


.. Won 


. 125 - 747 ... 


122 - 76 




Shrewsbury 


.. Won 


. 166 


I7-3I 


1879 


Repton 


.. Lost 


29-82 


65 -61 




Shrewsbury 


.. Won 


. 121 


32-88 


1880 


Repton 
X X 


Lost 


. 100 - 60 


149 - 201 



562 



The Malvern Register. 



School Matches (continued). 



Year. 


School. 


Result. 


1880 


Shrewsbury 


... Won 


1881 


Repton 


... Lost 


1882 


Repton 


... Lost 


1883 


Repton 


... Lost 


1884 


Bradfield 


. .. Won 




Repton 


. . . Lost 


1885 


Repton 


... Lost 


1886 


Repton 


. . . Lost 




Rossall 


. . . Lost 


1887 


Repton 


... Drawn 




Rossall 


... Won 


1888 


Repton 


... Lost 




Rossall 


... Lost 


1889 


Repton 


... Lost 




Rossall 


... Lost 


1890 


Repton 


. . . Lost 




Rossall 


... Lost 


1891 


Repton 


... Won 




Rossall 


... Won 


1892 


Repton 


... Won 




Sherborne 


... Won 


1893 


Repton 


... Won 




Sherborne 


... Won 


1894 


Repton 


... Drawn 




Sherborne 


... Won 


1895 


Sherborne 


... Won 




Repton 


... Won 


1S96 


Repton 


... Won 




Haverford 


... Won 


1897 


Repton 


... Won 


1898 


Uppingham 


... Drawn 




Repton 


. . Drawn 


1899 


Uppingham 


... Drawn 



Mai 


vern. 


Opponents, 


50 


- 99 


20 


-57 


67 


■ 143 — 


64 


156 


T58- 


■ 80 


197 


- 114 


122 • 


- 138 ... 


138 


- 125 3 


272 


• • ■ 


62- 


- 102 


89 


• 126 ... 


123 


■ 158 


70 


- 97 — 


172 




48- 


48 ... 


342 




202 ■ 


■ 85 ... 


178 


- no 5 


*75- 


185* ... 


219 - 


-256 


127 • 


- 169 ... 


58- 


- 164 


124 • 


-66 ... 


119. 


. 721 


127 ■ 


■99 


183. 


.83 


83" 


117 ... 


255 




I20 - 


83 ... 


158- 


-48* 


144- 


■ 62 ... 


347 




82- 


129 ... 


144. 


75 


68- 


106 3 ... 


106 • 


65 


3 88« 


• • • 


60- 


179 


306 


• • • 


160 - 


■ 140 


177- 


9 


69- 


H6 


190 - 


133 • 


145- 


176 


154- 


51 


67. 


135 


400 


• • • 


3*2- 


288 


3'»i 


• • • 


178 • 


176 


239 


■ • • 


89 - 


123 


211 


• • • 


128- 


83 


273 4 


- 29 ... 


167 - 


134 


I49- 


166 ... 


i88- 


99 


209 - 


23 1 ... 


132- 


96 


l62 - 


343 5 *.-. 


261 - 


125 8 


269 - 


130* ... 


37' 




217 - 


260 7 ... 


324 





The Malvern Register. 



563 



School Matches (continued). 



Year. 


School. 


Result. 


1899 


Repton 


... Won 


1900 


Uppingham 


... Drawn 




Haverford 


... Lost 


* 


Repton 


... Won 


1 901 


Repton 


... Won 




Uppingham 


... Won 


1902 


Repton 


... Won 


I903 


Uppingham 


. . . Drawn 




Repton 


... Lost 


1904 


Uppingham 


... Drawn 




Repton 


... Lost 




Haverford 


... Won 



Malvern. 


Opponents. 


382 


153 - 173 


151 - 158 1 ... 


131 - 224 6 * 


187 


370 


527 


II4 - 127 


229 - 292 7 *... 


l8l -98 


157 - 224 s *... 


i3S - 154 


170 - 295 ... 


179 - 140 


273 - 226**... 


179 - 161 9 


92 - 308 ... 


458 


474 


318- 181 7 


170 - 195 ... 


192 - 176* 


4288 


197 (1 day) 


t home in the 


even years* 



The matches with Repton were played at home in the 

at Repton in the odd years. 



HOUSE CRICKET CUP. 



69—73 
1874 

7576 
1877 
1878 
1879 

1880 

1881 

82—84 

1885 

86-87 



Drew's. 

Belcher's. 

Foster's. 

Estridge's 

Drew's. 

Drew's 

Belcher 

Foster's. 

School House. 

Mackie's. 

School House. 

Foster's. 



■•s.i 



draw. 



88—91 


: Spear's. 


1892 


Foster's. 


1893 


School House. 


1894 


Faber's. 


1895 


Toppin's. 


1896 


Lyon's. 


1897 


Toppin's. 


1898 


Spear's. 


99— O] 


: Toppin's. 


1902 


Spear's. 


1903 


Toppin's. 


1904 


School House. 



1901 Spear's. 

1902 Swann's. 



JUNIOR HOUSE CRICKET. 

1903 Toppin's. 

1904 Foster's. 



5<H 



The Malvern Register, 



FOOTBALL. 

1869—72, Winchester Rules. From 1873, Association Rules. 



1869. 

H. Barnes. 
A. Brocklehurst. 
C. Clay. 
H. E. Compton. 
J. Haworth. 
H. R. Hughes. 
H. C. Jackson. 
J. C. Nicoll.* 
C. W. Parry. 
R. T. Smith. 
J. Scholfield. 
J. Yates. 

1870. 

A. Brocklehurst. 
H. E. Compton. 
M. Curtis. 
J. D. Faber. 
H. R. Hughes. 
H. C. Jackson.* 

E. H. Jellicorse. 
C. W. Parry. 

F. Stratford. 

A. H. Stratford. 
R. V. Surtees. 
J. Yates. 



THE ELEVENS. 

An asterisk denotes Captain. 

187I 

A. Brocklehurst. E. 

J. D. Faber. O. 

H. E. Foil. C. 

A. S. George. W 

H. R. Hughes. H. 

E. H. Jellicorse. A. 

J. Law. C. 

C. W. Parry.* W 
A. O. Raine. T. 
A. H. Stratford. T. 
R. V. Surtees. D. 

D. P. Ware. G. 



1872. 

W. Bowers. 
A. S. George. 
H. E. Hotham. 
E. B. A. Lawford. 
T. J. Martin. 
J. A. Potts. 
A. O. Raine.* 
A. L. Scott. 
A. H. Stratford. 
W. M. Tomlinson. 
D. P. Ware. 
H. R. Webster. 



1873. 
L. Childe. 
R. Coote. 
S. Cox. 
. F. Hamilton. 
E. Hotham. 
H. Stratford.* 
H. Sutton. 
, M. Tomlinson. 
E. Vaughan. 
R. Vickers. 
P. Ware. 
G. White. 



1874. 

A. G. Andrews. 
J. C. Brougham. 
R. C. Cooper. 
T. B. Eastley. 
F. H. Fowler. 
J. Heap. 

E. P. Hebblethwaite. 
H. E. Hotham.* 
W. H. Mahon. 
C. R. Pugh. 
J. Shaw. 
C. J. Shillingford. 



THB MAtVERN REGISTER. 



565 



I875- 
A. G. Andrews.* 
H. Brougham. 

F. Cobbold. 
H. Harrison. 

E.B. Hebblethwaite. 

G. B. Hotham. 
A. G. Kennedy. 

E. L. Louch. 
W. V. Mahon. 

F. A. Pirn. 
C. Potts. 

T. Robinson. 

1876. 

E. H. Andrews.* 
H. Brougham. 

F. Cobbold. 
A. J. Cripps. 

H. P. L. Estridge. 
R. O. Fellowes. 
F. Hargreaves. 

E. H. Hill. 
T. B. Jones. 

F. A. Pirn.* 

A. M. Saunders. 

G. G. Williams. 

1877. 

C. G. Brittan.* 

C. R. H. Bruce. 
R. O. Fellowes. 

D. H. Greenwood. 
J. Hargreaves. 

E. H. Hill.* 

H. E. Huntington. 
R. B. King. 
J. V. Mahon. 
A. Newnham. 
R. M. Parsons. 

F. W. Stratford. 



1878. 

B. Castle.* 

R. O. Fellowes.* 
A. Fit z Herbert. 

D. H. Greenwood. 
J. Hargreaves. 

W. H. O. S. Jobson. 
R. B. King. 
J. V. Mahon. 
W. S. Morice. 
A. H. Newnham. 
R. M. Parsons. 
P. T. Taylor. 

1879. 

G. S. Baillie.* 

F. S. Coke. 

M. H. Gem. 

W. H.O. S. Jobson.* 

F. P. Lemarchand. 

C. H. Moore. 

G. H. Peacock. 
J. A. Rnllo. 

R. Thornhill. 
H. E. Way. 
H. G. Williams. 
G. F. Wooldridge. 

1880. 

F. J. Abbott.* 
C. R. B. Bryan. 

E. C. Evelyn. 

F. N. Harrison. 

E. P. A. Leaf. 

F. P. Lemarchand.* 
P. C. Millard. 

C. H. S. Moore. 
F. P. Oakley. 
F. V. Surtees. 
H. E. Way. 



1881. 

F. N. Harrison.* 
W. Salter. 
F. V. Surtees. 

F. H. Aldrich-Blake. 
J. O. Ben well. 

J. J. Powell. 

C. St. L. de Beaufort. 

R. P. Robinson. 

P. M. Wathen. 

H. C. Lilly. 

H. L. G. Hill. 

H. P. Hansell. 

1882. 

J. W. Aldridge.* 

C.St. L. de Beaufort. 

A. F. Brundrit. 

H. Harding. 

P. E. Harrison. 

A. W. Lemarchand. 

H. C. Lilly. 

R. E. Lyon. 

N. Morice. 

J. J. Powell.* 

A. G. Shirreff. 

G. A. Young. 

1883. 

C. St. L.de Beaufort* 

P. E. Harrison. 

R. E. Lyon. 

A. W. Lemarchand. 

H. Harding. 

J. W. Aldridge. 

H. J. Sedgwick. 

E. C. Bullock. 

R. Hughes. 

M. Morris. 

T. M. Pike. 

M. F. Mteville. 



566 



The Malvbrn Register. 



1884. 

A. W. Lemarchand.* 

EC. Bullock. 

R. Hughes. 

T. M. Pike. 

J. E. Aldridge. 

J. B. Luckham. 

G. C. Boosey. 

J. B. Rawlinson. 

J. H. Box well. 

H. Kempson. 

A. D. Clarke. 

J. Taylor. 

1885. 

R. M. Hansard.* 

F. W. Kendrick. 
P. W. O'Brien. 

G. C. May. 

V. M. de Bartolome. 
G. B. Milne. 
H. R. Sedgwick. 
H. H. Hansard. 
W. C. Deykin. 
H. G. Harrison. 
W. Kirk. 
E. S. C. Hobson. 

1886. 

R. M. Hansard.* 
P. W. O'Brien. 
V. M. de BartolomS. 
H. H. Hansard. 
H. R. Sedgwick. 
G. B. Milne. 
H. G. Harrison. 
E. S. C. Hobson. 
P. T. Jones. 
G. H. Radcliffe. 
R. M. Harvey. 
W. Kirk. 



1887. 

H. H. Hansard.* 
H. R. Sedgwick. 

E. S. C. Hobson. 
R. M. Harvey. 

F. H. Morris. 
W. H. Cooke. 

C. G. Wotherspoon. 
H. J. Tiffen. 
R. H. L. Innes. 

B. H. Wooldridge. 
H. Matins. 

C. J. C. McClellan. 

1 888. 

F. H. Morris.* 
R. H. L. Innes. 
C. E. Gardiner. 
F. Greenall. 
H. C. Frampton. 
H. S. Ainslie. 
A. H. Arden. 
H. S. Pike. 
P. G. Reynolds. 
H. Watts. 
H. M. Webb. 
W. Singleton. 

1889. 

H. Watts.* 
H. S. Pike. 
H. F. Smith. 
R. Neill. 
H. K. Foster. 
L. B. Corbett. 
A. Harding. 
W. W. Lowe. 
S. R. Hignell. 
F. W. Phillips. 
P. B. Strafford. 
C. H. Ransome. 



1890. 

H. F. Smith.* 
H. S. Pike. 
H. K. Foster. 
W. W. Lowe. 
S. R. Hignell. 

F. W. Phillips. 
P. B. Strafford. 
C. H. Ransome. 
W. L. Foster. 
T. B. Rhodes. 

G. A. Mitchell. 
R. J. F. Taylor. 

1891. 

H. K. Foster.* 
W. W. Lowe. 
S. R. Hignell. 
C. H. Ransome. 
W. L. Foster. 
T. B. Rhodes. 
R. J. F. Taylor. 
J. R. H. Newitt. 
J. Arden. 
A. E. Mott. 
E. J. Nell. 

1892. 

W. W. Lowe.* 
T. B. Rhodes. 
W R. Lemarchand. 
C. J. Burnup. 
G. H. Simpson. 
J. Morphew. 
C. G. Macaulay. 
R. W. Buchanan. 
G. B. Kershaw. 
T. Phillips. 
R. J. Kentish. 
J. G. Hopkinson. 



The Malvern Register. 



567 



1893. 

C J. Burnup.* 
G. H. Simpson. 
J. Morphew. 
T. Phillips. 
R. J. Kentish. 
J. G. Hopkinson. 
C. G. Hutchings. 
R. T. C. Cookson. 
F. H. Lindsay. 
F. Mel. Bassett. 
A. E. B. Manders. 
C. H. Horsley. 



1896. 

J. R. Bassett.* 
J. C. Nunneley. 
S. H. Day. 

F. C. Appleton. 

D. B. Williams. 
W. N. White. 
H. M. Smith. 
M. M. White. 
L. W. Kentish. 
W. N. Unwin. 

G. H. Trevelyan. 

E. L. Appleton. 



1899. 

G. B. Canny.* 

J. E. Balfour-Melville 

A. M. Todd. 
G. Gray. 

G. F. Bullock. 
R. N. Balfour. 

B. A. White. 
R. Rogers. 

H. B. Pollock. 
B. S. Foster. 
W. H. B. Evans. 



1894. 

R. J. Kentish* 
F. H. Lindsay. 
F. Mel. Bassett. 
A. E. B. Manders. 
M. G. Apthorp. 
O. W. Wright. 
C. M. Collett. 
W. B. Broughall. 
P. G. Molyneux. 
R. S. T. Cochrane. 
P. P. Williams. 



1897. 

J. C. Nqnneley.* 
S. H. Day. 

F. C. Appleton. 
L. W. Kentish. 

G. H. Trevelyan. 
M. B. Williams. 
D. Ashby. 

H. A. R. Woodward. 
R. Corbett. 
G. B. Canny. 
R. S. Chailands. 



1900. 

J E. Balfour-Melville* 

G. Grav. 

R. Rogers. 

W. H. B. Evans. 

G. L. Mellin. 

AT. Powell. 

E. G. U. Robson. 

J. H. C. Brougham. 

A. E. Chambers. 

C. C. Page. 

C. H. Osborne. 



I895- 
O. W. Wright.* 
R. S. T. Cochrane. 
R. E. Foster. 
R. Ward. 
A. B. Whitfield. 
U. S. Naylor. 
J. R. Bassett. 
J. C. Nunneley. 
S. H. Day. 
F. C. Appleton. 
A. W. S. Paterson. 



1898. 

M. B. Williams.* 

G. B. Canny. 

C. P. Barton. 

C. T. Tuff. 

E. L. Appleton. 

J. E. Balfour-Melville 

H. L. Brutton. 

R. C. Stapylton. 

A. M. Todd. 

G. Qray. 

C. H. Smith. 



1901. 

G. L. Mellin.* 
A. T. Powell. 
A. E. Chambers. 
C. C. Page. 
S. B. C. Campbell. 
W. S. Bird. 
W. H. Ricardo. 
H. H. Cbipman. 
A. E. \Vorsley. 
E. P. Nicholls. 
H. M. James. 



568 



The Malvern Register. 



1902. 

A. E. Chambers.* 
H. M. James. 
G. N. Foster. 
C. T. Tuff. 
H. S. Forster. 
G. H. E. Hudson. 
S. E. Day. 
C. C. Johnson. 
S. L. Wright. 
L. Simpson. 
N. S. Cornelius. 



1903. 

G. N. Foster.* 
C. T. Tuff. 
S. L. Wright. 
L. Simpson. 
N. S. Cornelius. 

E. L. Mellin. 
C. H. Bird. 
A. P. Day. 

J. F. Leman. 

F. A. Powell. 
L. R. Greene. 



1904. 

N. S. Cornelius.* 

E. L. Mellin. 
C. H. Bird. 
M. Ferguson. 
N. T. Astley. 
G. R. Rae. 

F. H. Hooper. 
M. K. Foster. 
E. G. Tewson. 
T. K. Mitchelson. 

G. St. G. Robinson. 



SENIOR HOUSE CUP. 





Christmas. 




1868 McDowall's. 


1892 


Spear's. 


1869 Drew's. 


i893 


Swann's. 


71 72 Drew's. 


1894 


School House. 


73 — 75 School House. 


1895 


Toppin's. 


76 — 80 Belcher's. 


1896 


School House. 


81-82 School House. 


1897 


Foster's. 


1883 Mackie's. 


1898 


School House. 


1884 School House. 


1900 


Toppin's. 


85-86 Spear's. 


1 901 


House's. 


87 — 89 School House. 


1902 


Foster's. 


1890 Spear's. 


1903 


School House. 


1891 Foster's. 


1904 
Easter. 


Lyon's. 


1883 Mackie's 


1896 


Toppin's. 


84-85 School House. 


1897 


School House. 


1886 Spear's. 


1898 


Lyon's. 


1887 Foster's. 


1899 


School House. 


1888 School House. 


00-01 


Foster's. 


89 — 91 Spear's. 


1902 


Toppin's. 


1892 Foster's. 


1903 


School House. 


1894 Swann's. 


1904 


Foster's. 


1895 Spear's. 







The Malvern Register. 



5 6 9 



JUNIOR HOUSE CUP. 

72—78 School House. 1893 Swann's. 

1879 Foster's. 1894 School House. 

80—83 School House. 95— 97 Foster's. 

1884 Mackie's. 1898 Lyon's. 

1885 Foster's. 1899 Toppin's. 
86—88 School House. 1900 House's. 

1889 Spear's. 1901 Lyon's. 

1890 Foster's. 1902 School House. 

1891 School House. 03-04 Toppin's. 

1892 Foster's. 



SCHOOL FOOTBALL. 



Year. 


School. 


Result. 


1882 


Bradfield 


Drawn 


1883 


Bradfield 


... Lost 


1884 


Radley 


Won 


1885 


Radley 


Drawn 


1886 


Radley 


Won 


1887 


Radley 


Won 


1888 


Radley 


Won 


1889 


Radley 


Lost 


1890 


Radley 


Won 


1891 


Radley 


Won 


1892 


Radley 


Won 


1893 


Radley 


Won 


1894 


Radley 


Drawn 




Repton 


Lost 


1895 


Radley 


Won 




Repton 


Won 


1896 


Shrewsbury 


Lost 




Repton 


... ... Lost 




Radley 


Won 


1897 


Repton 


Lost 




Shrewsbury 


Lost 



Score. 

— O 

1 — 2 

3 — J 

— o 

2 O 

4 — O 

1 — o 

1 — 4 

2 — 1 
5 — o 
5 — 1 

5 — 1 

4 — 4 

2 — 6 

3 — 1 

6 — 2 

o — 1 

— 4 
3 — o 

1 - 3 
1 — 3 



57° 



The Malvern Register. 



School Football {continued). 



Year. 


School. 






Result 








Score. 


1897 


Radley 


• • • ♦ 


Won 


» • • 






9 — 


1898 


Radley 


• • 




Won 


* • • 






5—0 




Repton 


... 




Lost 


• • 






1 — 3 




Shrewsbury 


• •< 




Drawn 


• • 






3 •• 3 


1899 


Radley 


• • t 




Lost 


» • • 






1 — 2 




Shrewsbury 


m m 




Won 


» • • 






4 — 




Repton 


.. 




Won 


* • • 






4 — 2 


I9OO 


Repton 


• • 




Won 


■ • • 






4 — 3 




Shrewsbury 


• • 




Drawn 


1 • • 






2 — 2 




Radley 


• • 




Won 


• • • 






8 — 2 


1 9OI 


Radley 


• •< 




Won 


• • 






8 — 1 




Shrewsbury 


• • 




Lost 


» • • 






1 — 2 




Repton 


• • 




Lost 


• • 






— 2 


I902 


Shrewsbury 


• • 




Lost 


• • • 






1 — 3 




Repton 


• • 




Lost 


• • • 






— 4 




Radley 


• •* 




Won 


• • 






16 — 


1903 


Shrewsbury 


• • 




Lost 


»• • 






3 — 5 




Radley 


• • ■ 




Won 


• • 






3 — o 




Repton 


• • 4 




Won 


• • 






2 — 


I904 


Radley 


• • I 




Won 


• • 






4 — 




Repton 


• • 




Lost 


»•• 






2 — 4 




Shrewsbury 


• •« 




Not played 












SWI 

ROYAL HUMAN 


MMING. 


KEDAL. 






E SOCIETY'S 1 




1894 


H. C. de J. duVallon. 


1900 I 


i. 


D. 


Hawkins. 


1895 


E. Allcock. 




1901 1 


-/• 


Whistler 




1896 


R. Prince. 




1902 ( 


-» 


LI 


. Jones 


• 


1897 


C. Beddoes. 




1903 < 


~>* 


B. 


Shann. 


1898 


C. H. Wittenoom. 


1904 I 


-1. 


R. 


Greene. 


1899 


J. A. S. Daniell. 















The Malvern Register. 



571 



HOUSE 

1873 Belcher's. 
74 — 76 School House. 
1877 Drew's. 
78-81 Belcher's. 
82-83 Mackie's. 

1884 School House. 

1885 Foster's. 
86—88 Spear's. 
1889 Faber's. 
90-91 Spear's. 



SWIMMING CUP. 

1892 School House 

1893 Spear's. 

94 — 96 School House. 

1897 Faber's. 

1898 

1899 

00-01 

1002 

1903 

1904 



School House. 

Toppin's. 

House's. 

Toppin's. 

House's. 

Spear's 



RACQUETS. 







THE 


PAIRS. 




1883 


G. A. Young. 
G. dimming. 






1896 


R. E. Foster. 

R. S. T. Cochrane 


1887 


H. S. Ainslie. 
H. Malins. 






1897 


D. V. H. Short. 
W. N. Unwin. 


1888 


H. S. Ainslie. 
H. Malins. 






1898 


B. S. Foster. 
S. H. Day. 


1889 


H. K. Foster.* 
W. L. Foster. 






1899 


B. S. Foster. 
W. J. L. Poston. 


1890 


H. K. Foster. 
W. L. Foster. 






I90O 


B. S. Foster. 2 
W. H. B. Evans. 2 


1891 


H. K. Foster. 
W. L. Foster. 






190 1 


W. H. B. Evans. 
H. B. Spear. 


1892 


H. K. Foster. 2 
VV. L. Foster. 2 






1902 


G. N. Foster. 
H. H. Chipman. 


1893 


C. J. Burnup. 
H. H. Marriott. 






1003 


G. N. Foster. 
W. P. Cowie. 


1894 


C. J. Burnup. 
H. H. Marriott. 






1904 


G. N. Foster. 
A. P. Day. 




1 Amateur 


Champion 1894, 


1900, 1904. 




Amateur Doubles 


Champ! 


ion 1894, 


1896, 1900, 1903. 




x Winners of Public 


j Schoo 


Is Cup, 





572 



The Malvern Register. 



HOUSE RACQUETS CUP. 
Presented by Old Malvernians. 



1884 Mackie's. 

1885 Foster's. 
18S6 Bryans'. 
1887 School House. 
88—92 Foster's. 



93-94 Lyon's. 
95-96 Toppin's. 
97 — 00 Foster's. 
1901 Toppin's. 
02 — 04 Foster's. 



PRICHARD RACQUET. 
Presented by G. H. Prichard, Esq., O.M. 



93-94 


C. J. Burnup. 


99-00 B. S. Foster. 


95-96 


R. E. Foster. 


1901 W. H. B. Evans 


1897 


D. V. H. Short. 


02—04 G. N. Foster. 


1898 


A. N.W. Dudley. 







PUBLIC SCHOOL RACQUETS (QUEEN'S). 


1883 


Winchester 


■ • • • 


Lost 


1887 


Marlborough 


• • • • 


Lost 


1888 


Winchester 


■ • • • 


Won 




Haileybury 


• • • 


Won 




Charterhouse 


■ • • • 


Lost 


1889 


Charterhouse 


» • • • 


Lost 


1890 


Radley 


. 


Lost 


1891 


Eton 


B • • • 


Won 




Winchester 


I • • ■ 


Won 




Wellington 


■ • • • 


Lost 


1892 


Winchester 


• • • 


Won 




Harrow (final) 


■ a • • 


Won 


1893 


Haileybury 


« • • 


Won 




Winchester 


• • • 


Lost 


1894 


Wellington 


1 a • • 


Won 




Clifton 


» • • • 


Won 




Eton 


• • % 


Won 



The Malvern Register. 



573 





Public School Racquets | 


continued 


I. 




1894 


Charterhouse 


•■• ••• ■•■ 


• • • 


Lost 


1896 


Wellington 


• • • • • • 


» • • 




• m 


Won 




Rugby 


• • • • « • 


» • • 




• • • 


Lost 


1897 


Rugby 


• • • • • • 


• • • 




■ • • 


Lost 


1898 


Harrow 


« • • • • • 


► • • 




• • • 


Lost 


1899 


Rugby 


• • ■ • • • 


■ • • 




■ • • 


Lost 


1900 


Winchester 


• « • • • • 


• • ■ 




• • • 


Won 




Harrow 


• • • « « • 


• • • 




• • • 


Won 




Rugby (final) 


• • • • • • 


► • • 




• • 


Won 


1 901 


Marlborough 


• • « • « ■ 


> • • 




• • 


Lost 


1892 


Marlborough 


• • • • • • • 


• • 




• • 


Lost 


1903 


Radley 


• • • • • • 


• • 




• • 


Won 




Wellington 


• • • • • • 


» • • 




• • 


Won 




Harrow 


• • • • • • « 


• • 




• * 


Lost 


1904 


Clifton 


• • • • • ■ 


» • • 




• • 


Won 




Wellington 


• • • • • • 


• • 




■ • 


Won 




Marlborough 


a a • a • a 


• • 




• • 


Won 




Winchester (final) 


• • « • • • ■ 


• • 




• • 


Lost 




Professional 


W. Gray 


1891— 5. 






1 1 


J. Laker : 


1895. 








FIVES. 











HOUSE FIVES CUP. 



72-73 Drew's. 
1874 Estridge's. 
75 — 77 Belcher's 
1878 Bryans*. 
79—84 School House. 
85-86 Mackie's. 
87 — 89 School House. 
Y Y 



1890 


Spear's. 


91-92 


Foster's. 


1893 


Spear's. 


1894 


Faber's. 


95*97 


Swann's 


1898 


House's. 


99—04 


|. Foster's 



574 



The Malvern Register. 



GYMNASTICS. 



HOUSE GYMNASIUM CUP. 
83—85 School House. 96-97 School House. 

86-87 Spear s. 1898 Foster's. 

1888 School House. 1899 Faber's. 

89-90 Spear's. 00—04 Foster's. 

91—95 Faber's. 



ATHLETICS. 



1879 Parsons, 72 mins. 

1881 Way. 

1882 Townley. 
1884 Webb. 
1886 Milne. 

1889 Sant, 63 mins. 

1890 Lowe, 59 mins. 

1891 Lowe, 60 mins. 

1892 Wilberforce, 574 mins. 

1893 Wilberforce, 57 mins. 



LEDBURY RUN. 

1896 Arnold, 51 mins. 45 sees. 

1897 Arnold, 51 mins. 

1898 Dawson, 52 mins. 

1899 Dorman, 51 mins. 10 sees. 

1900 Barnes, 52 mins. 20 sees. 

1901 Barnes, 51 mins. 45 sees. 

1902 Ricardo, 50 mins. 42 sees. 

1903 Simpson, 51 mins. 8 sees. 

1904 Simpson, 51 mins. 34 sees. 



1874 Estridge's. 

1875 Belcher's. 
76-77 Estridges. 
78-79 Drews. 

1880 School House. 

1881 Belcher's. 

1882 Spear's. 
83—87 School House. 

1888 Foster's. 

1889 School House. 



ATHLETIC CUP. 

1890 Spear's . 
91-92 Foster's. 
1893 Spear's. 
95-96 School House. 

1897 Foster's. 

1898 Day Boys and Salisbury's. 
99 — 01 Lyon's. 

1902 Foster's. 
03-04 School House. 



The Malvern Register, 



575 



CHAMPIONSHIP CUP. 
Presented .by Mrs. Gray* 



1893 W. W. Lowe. 
1895 B. G. D. Phillips, 
96-97 R. B. Arnold. 

1898 . E. A. Dawson. 

1899 M. Dormaa. 



1900 H. T. Worlock. 

1901 A. A. Barnes. 

1902 E. P. Nicholls. 

1903 J. M. Ewart. 

1904 N. S.„ Cornelius. 



ARTILLERY CORPS. 
ist Worcester R. G. A. (Volunteers). 



Commanding Officers : 

1883 Rev. H. Foster. 

1884 Rev. M. A. Bayfield. 

1887 R. E. Lyon, Major ist W. R. G. A. (V.) 

Acting Adjutant: 
1889 E. C. Bullock, Major ist W. R. G. A. (V.). 





GUN TROPHY. 




1889 


School House. 


1896 


Lyon's. 


1890 


Faber's (Easter). 


1897 


Faber's. 




School House (Chr.). 


1898 


School House 


1891 


School House. 


99-oa 


Toppin's. 


1892 


Faber's (Easter). 


190 1 


Bullock's. 




School House (Chr.). 


1902 


Faber's. 


1893 


Lyon's. 


1903 


House's. 


1894 


Faber's. 


1904 


Faber's. 


1895 


School House. 







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BEACHCROFT SHIELD. 
Presented by R. M. Bbachcroft, Esq., ii Craven Hill, W. 

1885 Foster's. 1893 Faber's. 

1886 School House. 1894 S warm's. 

1887 Foster's. 97-98 Swann's. 

1888 Bryan's. 1899 School House. 

1889 School House. 1900 Swann's. 

1890 Bayfield's. 1901 School House. 

1891 Faber's. 02—04 Swann's. 

1892 Swann's. 

PHYSICAL DRILL. 
1904 Bullock's. 

SQUAD DRILL. 
Presented by the Headmaster. 

98-99 School House. 1901 — 04 School House. 

1900 Foster's. 



SHOOTING EIGHT. 
* Captain of the Eight. 



1885. 

Score 369. 
A. H. Browne. 
R. Hughes. 
J. St. L. Hansard. 

E. C. L. Innes.* 
R. H. L. Innes. 
J. B. Luckham. 

F. A. Pritt. 
N. H. Pritt. 



1886. 

Score 307. 
E. C. L. Innes.* 
J. St. L. Hansard. 
"N. H. Pritt. 
R. H. L. Innes. 
W. j. H. Cooke. 
H. Sharp. 
W. D. Hunt. 
J. Rew. 



1887. 

Score 366. 
R. H. L. Innes.* 
H. Sharp. 
W. H. J. Cooke. 
W. D. Hunt. 
J. Rew. 
CD. Somers. 
J. M. Bett. 
R. Goodson. 



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577 



1888. 

Score 374. 

H. Sharp* 
W. D. Hunt. 
C. D. Somers. 
J. M. Bett. 
E. W. S. Brooke. 
H. R. Briscoe. 
A. B. Danks. 
S. F. Annandale. 
H. Tireraan. 

1889. 

S. F. Annandale.* 

E. W. S. Brooke. 
G. A. Pritt. 

H. J. Rowlands. 
R. E. Chichester. 

F. H. Preece. 
W. J. Morres. 
C. B. Sells. 



1890. 

S. F. Annandale.* 
E. W. S. Brooke. 
J. P. E. Henery. 
G. A. Pritt. 

E. L. P. Burke. 
R. E. Chichester. 

F. H. Preece. 
E. J. Hulse. 



1891. 
Score 350. 

S. F. Annandale.* 
P. E. Henery. 
G. A. Pritt. 

E. J. Hulse. 
P. R. Warren. 

F. D. Urwick. 

E. L. Cator. 

C. B. Sells. 

G. D. Lister. 

1892. 
Score 382. 

P. R. Warren.* 
P. C. Hunt. 
R. W. Buchanan. 
G. C. Armstrong. 

F. H. Lindsay. 
R. A. Macalister. 

E. M. Currie. 

G. D. Lister. 
L. B. Meredith. 

1893 

Score 398. 

R. W. Buchanan.* 
R. A. Macalister. 
G. C. Armstrong. 

F. H. Lindsay. 

D. S. Hodge. 
H. E. King. 
T. Phillips. 

J. A. Longridge. 



1894 
Score 375. 

F. H. Lindsay.* 
A. J. Molyneux. 
H. M. Wyatt. 
M. G. Apthorp. 
P. G. Molyneux. 
P. P. Williams. 

A. J. Butler. 
T. Phillips. 

1895. 
Score 343. 

F. H. Lindsay.* 
P. G. Molyneux. 
T. L. Jones. 
C. M. Collett. 

F. E. Metcalfe. 

B. Laurence. 
A. B. Whitfield. 

G. C. Gaskell. 



1896. 
Score 341. 

T. L. Jones. 

J. C. Briggs. 

C. F. Phillips. 

W. D. Morris. 

L. Jonas. 

S. E. Lowsley. 

C. P. Barton. 

W. V. Wilbraham. 



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1897. 


1900. 


1903. 


Score 345. 


Score 323. 




W. D. Morris. 


E. A. Jones. 


H. LI. Jones. 


C. F. Phillips. 


G. B. Stanton. 


S. G. Butler. 


C. P. Barton. 


H. D. Hawkins. 


T. Aubertin. 


A. E. Taylor. 


H. H. Wilberforce. 


W. F. J. Bell. 


L. Tunnard. 


S. A. H. Barnes. 


C. T. Tuff. 


C. H. Wittenoom. 


H. L. Jones. 


H. A. Cartwright. 


J. West. 


A. T. Powell. 


H.J. Clement. 


A. W. Maitland. 


A. M. Todd. 


C. F. Smyly. 


1898. 


1901. 


1904. 


Score 356. 


No Eight at Bisley. 


Score 410. 


C. P. Barton. 




H. LI. Jones. 


L. Tunnard. 




H. A. Cartwright. 


C. H. Wittenoom. 




H. J. Clement. 


D. H. Doveton. 




W. H. J. Lewis. 


L. S. Hinks. 




A. O. T. Beardmore. 


T. B. Clayton. 




G. C. Gray. 


£. A. Jones. 




R. S. Dyer-Bennet. 


A. P. Collett. 




F. Fisher. 


1899. 


1902. 




Score 387. 


Score 410. 




D. H. Doveton. 


R. G. Jones. 




T. B. Clayton. 


W. N. Cornelius. 




E. A. Jones. 


R. N. Reid. 




A. P. Collett. 


H. L. Jones. 




D. S. Thorne. 


F. H. Burne. 




H. H. Norsworthy. 


S. G. Mills. 




J. Galloway. 


B. G. Rathbone. 




J. A. S. Daniell. 


G. S. Butler. 





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INSTRUCTORS. 



1883 Sergt. -Major Ricketts, R.A. 

1884 Sergt. -Major Short, R.A. 
85—02 Sergt. -Major Hunter, R.A. 
1902 Sergt. -Major Conner, R.A. 



SANATORIUM MATRONS. 

Mrs. Levy. 1886 Mrs. Male. 

Mrs. Vyne. 1888 Mrs. Coles. 

1868 Mrs. Fuker. 1889 Miss Adams. 

1869 Miss Hewitt. 1903 Mrs. Sache. 
1884 Miss West. 

WORKSHOP INSTRUCTORS. 

1877 J- W. Varnish. 1893 D. Hale. 

1882 J. Curnock. 

COLLEGE PORTERS. 
1866 Radford. 1869 F. Prosser. 1905 F. Smith. 



The Malvern Register. 



58i 



INDEX OF MALVERNIANS. 







PAGE 






PAGE 


Abbott, A. A. 


• • • 


499 


Aldren, B. C. R. 


• • • 


257 


Abbott, C. E. 


• • • 


525 


Aldrich-Blake, F. H. 


• • • 


91 


Abbott, E. G. 


• • • 


526 


Aldridge, C. P. 


• • • 


151 


Abbott, F. J. 


• • • 


117 


Aldridge, J. E. 


• • • 


I 7 8 


Abell, C. 


• • • 


55 


Aldridge. J. W. 


* • • 


131 


Abercrombie, L. 


• • • 


366 


Aldworth, R. H. 


• • • 


151 


Abercrombie, R. 


• • • 


401 


Alison, C. H. 


• • • 


385 


Ackland, K. B. 


• • • 


3H 


Allcock, E. 


• • • 


304 


Adams, E. B. 


• • • 


287 


Alldridge, E. 


• • • 


58 


Adams, E. J. P. 


■ ■ ■ 


499 


Alldridge, E. B. 


• • ■ 


422 


Adams, F. C. 


• a • 


304 


Allen, A. E. 


• • • 


58 


Adams, J. P. B. 


• •• 


529 


Allen, E. C. 


• • • 


526 


Adams, R. J. 


• • • 


304 


Allen, E. O. S. 


• • • 


138 


Adamson, C. J. H. 


• •• 


529 


Allen, G. 


• • • 


12 


Adamson, M. C. 


• • • 


264 


Allen, W. S. 


• • • 


159 


Adamthwaite, H. A. 


• • • 


499 


Alleyne, R. B. S. 


• t • 


84 


Adcock, P. 


• • • 


6 


Alleyne, W. N. 


• • • 


IO5 


Adcock, W. C. 


• •• 


6 


Alston, R. D. 


t • • 


171 


Adkins, H. 


f •• 


18 


Alston, T. R. 


• • • 


500 


Agar, R. C. F. 


• • • 


385 


Ambler, E. F. 


• • • 


526 


Agar, W. 


»•• 


517 


d'Ambrumenil, L. 


• « • 


500 


Agg, A. W. 


• « • 


125 


Anderson, B. K. 


• • • 


422 


Ainsley, A. C. 


• • • 


529 


Anderson, C. K. 


• • • 


511 


Ainslie, F. S. 


• • • 


108 


Anderson, F. J. M. 


* • • 


438 


Ainslie, H. S. 


• • • 


207 


Anderson, P. A. 


• • • 


385 


Aitchison, G. 


• • • 


397 


Anderson, P. H. 


• ■ • 


92 


Aitchison, J. W. 


• •• 


343 


Andrew, E. N. C. 


1 • • 


304 


Aitchison, P. E. 


, m 


343 


Andrew, F. A. W. 


• • • 


394 


Aitken, A. E. 


• • • 


9i 


Andrewes, C. L. 


• •• 


493 


Aitken, D. B. 


• • • 


9i 


Andrews, A. G. 


• • • 


68 


Aitken, G. S. 


• • • 


64 


Andrews, C. F. 


• • • 


47 


Alderson-Smith, A. 


• • 


223 


Andrews, E. H. 


• • • 


73 



582 



Index of Malvernians. 





PAGE 






PAGE 


Andrews, F. L. 


36 


Ashton, R. 


• • • 


288 


Angell, C. R. 


30O 


Aste, N. H. 


• • • 


517 


Angell, H.J. G. 


323 


Aste, P. J. 


• • • 


500 


Angell, H. R. 


422 


Astley, N. T. 


• • • 


500 


Angell, H. W. C. 


3 2 3 


Aston, F. W. 


• • • 


288 


Angell, R. G. 


443 


Aston, H. H. 


• • • 


279 


Angus, A. J. 


443 


Aston, W. G. 


• • • 


443 


Annandale, C. J. R. .. 


223 


Atkins, E. T. 


• • • 


246 


Annandale, S. F. 


233 


Atkins, F. 


• • • 


523 


Ansel 1, A. £. 


454 


Atkins, F. D. 


• • • 


348 


Ansell, H. C. 


315 


Atkins, F. W. M. 


• • • 


27 


Anson, G. L. 


422 


Atkins, R. P. W. 


• • • 


268 


Anwyl, T. S. 


315 


Atkinson, H. A. C. 


• • • 


68 


Aplin, B. D'O. 


45 


Atlay, E. W. 


• • • 


125 


Appelbee, H. E. N. ... 


133 


Attfield, W. H. 


• • • 


481 


Apple ton, A. J. 


• 338 


Attwood, C. N. 


t • • 


239 


Appleton, E. L. 


338 


Attwood, P. F. 


• • • 


265 


Apple ton, F. C. 


328 


Aubertin, T. 


• •• 


401 


Appleton, H. M. 


287 


Auster, L. W. 


• • • 


456 


Appleton, H. S. 


323 


Austin, A. 


• • • 


143 


Apthorp, E. E. 


295 


Austin, G. L. 


• •• 


462 


Apthorp, M. G. 


258 


Austin, H. T. 


• •• 


305 


Arbuthnot, H. A. 


454 


Ay ton, H. R. 


• • • 


348 


Archdale, E. M. 


517 


Bachelor, P. H. W 


• • t 


131 


Archer, F. R. 


511 


Backhouse, H. T. 


• • • 


456 


Arden, A. H. 


218 


Bad ham, P. 


• •• 


523 


Arden, J. H. M. 


246 


Bagnall, F. P. D. 


%•• 


5" 


Arderne, R. A. 


517 


Bailey, C. W. (see 


Puleston) 


Armitage, E. H. 


6 


Bailey, J. C. A. 


• • • 


109 


Armitage, W. S. 


151 


Bailey, J. L. 


• • • 


422 


Armstrong, C. G. 


265 


Baillie, G. S. 


.•• • 


92 


Armstrong, J. H. N. ... 


265 


Baily, P. P. 


• . • 


523 


Arnold, R. B. 


287 


Baines, E. 


. •• 


165 


Ascroft, G. B. 


454 


Haines, H. P. B. 


*• • 


381 


Ash, R. H. F. 


343 


Baird, H. S. M. 


• • • 


529 


Ash by, D. 


366 


Baker, R. H. W. 


• • • 


457 


Ashby, S. J. 


288 


Baker, T. R. 


• •• 


166 


Ashe, E. O. 


152 


Baker, W. 


... 


"5 


Ashley, L. O. R. 


416 


Baldwin, F. L. 


• • • 


438 


Ashton, F. 


215 


Balfour, R. N. 


• . • 


356 


Ashton, P. A. M. 


348 


Balfour- Melville, J . 


£»,••• 


377 



Index of Malvernians. 



583 



Balfour-Melville, J. I 
Ballard, E. 
Bamford, A. C. 
Bamford, A. J. 
Bamford, H. S. 
Bamford, W. H. 
Banaster, G. 
Banfield, V. G. 
Banks, R. G. 
Barclay, F. 
Bard well, T. N. F. 
Barker, C. G. 
Barker, G. L. 
Barker, H. Birkett- 
Barker, K. S. 
Barker, M. G. H. 
Barker, R. S. 
Barker, T. W. 
Barker, W. R. 
Barlow, A. K. 
Barlow, O. 
Barlow, WW. 
Barnard, V. 
Barnes, A. A. 
Barnes, B. 
Barnes, F. W. (<*) 
Barnes, H. C. 
Barnes, H. D. 
Barnes, H. S. 
Barnes, L. E. 
Barnett, B. L. T. 
Barnett, E. de B. 
Barnett, F. de B. 
Barnett, H. C. de B. 
Barnett, W. H. 
Barnitt, H. P. 
Barraclough, A. 
Barraclough, E. 
Barran, P. A. 



PAGE 

357 

2(.>7 

138 

443 

139 

36 

52 
462 

397 
300 
1 
171 
196 
462 
166 

397 
218 

28 
462 

28 
412 

27 
171 
401 
462 
121 

13 

300 

13 

422 

258 
462 

394 
328 

367 
233 
523 
523 
258 



Barratt, C. S. 
Barratt, G. 
Barrett, A. H. 
Barrington, C. V. 
Barrows, H. H. 
Barrows, W. A. 
Bartleet, H. S. 
Bartlett, CM. 
Bartlett, 1. F. N. 
BartolomS, V. M. de 
Barton, C. P. 
Barton, J. H. C. 
Barton, R. C. E. 
Barton, R. E. 
Barwell, C. E. 
Bar well, C. H. 
Barwell, W. 
Basevi, J. 
Bassano, A. H. 
Bassano, C. W. 
Bassett, E. O. D. 
Bassett, F. Mel. 
Bassett, J. R. 
Bassett, L. T. 
Batchelor, W. G. 
Bate, A. T. 
Bate, E. 
Bate, C. W. 
Bate, R. H. 
Bate, R. T. 
Bates, K. L. 
Bath, R. 
Batt, E. A. 
Batty, H. E. J. 
Baumann, A. B. 
Baxter, A. H. 
Baxter, T. 
Bay lis, A. A. 
Baynham, J. H. 



PAGE 

52 

517 
490 

113 

19 

9 

12 

443 

255 
190 

348 
171 

171 

385 
323 

73 

73 

523 
109 

109 

478 

270 

328 

402 

88 

32 

42 

13 

64 

43 

500 

288 
270 
300 
500 
166 
88 
28 
270 



(a) For latest address see Addenda. 



5«4 



Index of Malvernians. 







PAGE 




PAGE 


Bazeley, F. M. 


• • • 


315 


Bellhouse, J. W. 


73 


Bazeley, W. N. 


• • • 


402 


Bellhouse, T. P. 


28 


Beal, S. E. 


• • • 


443 


Bennett, A. P. 


159 


Beale, F. S. 


• • • 


172 


Bennett, L. V. 


159 


Beale, J. F. 


• • • 


256 


Bennitt, A. E. 


178 


Beale, W. S. St. J. 


• « • 


500 


Bent, R. T. 


166 


Beall, R. D. 


• • • 


530 


Benskin, J. P. 


444 


Beamish, W. S. 


• • • 


328 


Benson, R. F. 


433 


Beard, C. E. 


• • • 


121 


Benthall, H. E. 


121 


Beard, M. 


• • • 


361 


Benwell, C. 


166 


Beardmore, A. O. T. 


• • • 


500 


Ben well, C. M. 


152 


Beard more, F. N. 


• • • 


221 


Benwell, J. O. 


126 


Bearne, L. E. 


• • • 


28 


Beresford, W. 


1 


Beaufort, C. St. L. P 


• • • • 


109 


Berkeley, J. E. L. 


501 


Beaufort, L. W. W. 


• • • 


H3 


Bernard, C. R. 


14 


Beaven, L. A. W. 


• • • 


397 


Ber ridge, F. D. 


509 


Beaven, R. A. G. 


• • « 


382 


Berry, C. C. R. 


218 


Beazeley, M. W. 


• • • 


152 


Berry, P. H. 


511 


Beazley, A. T. 


• •• 


377 


Berry, R. L. F. 


109 


Becher, S. J. 


• • • 


92 


Best-Gardner, C. C. . 


462 


Beddoe, B. 


• • • 


J 52 


Bethell, C. 


423 


Beddoes, C. E. W. 


• • • 


357 


Bett, F. B. 


233 


Beddoes, W. F. 


• • • 


56 


Bett, J. M. 


221 


Bedford, J. 


* • • 


339 


Bett, S. H. 


233 


Begbie, G. 


• • • 


530 


Betts, W. P. 


223 


Begbie, H. H. G. 


• • • 


416 


Bevan, E. St. J. 


501 


Belgrave, J. D. 


• • • 


348 


Bevan, G. T. M. 


517 


Bell, A. J. 


• • ■ 


444 


Bhunsri, Mom Chow . 


523 


Bell, D.J. 


• • • 


509 


Bickers, H. A. S. 


416 


Bell, E. J. 


« • • 


386 


Bickers, G. H. 


416 


Bell. E. W. 


• • • 


233 


Bickham, A. R. 


463 


Bell, F. F. 


• • • 


48 


Bid well, A. 


328 


Bell, G. B. 


• • • 


208 


Bid well, C. H. 


230 


Bell, J. C. 


• • • 


48 


Biggs, St. J. A. 


21 


Bell, K. D. 


• • • 


187 


Bilgrami, S. M. A. 


361 


Bell, O. J. 


• • • 


126 


Binns, F. W. 


28 


Bell, W. I. 


• • • 


422 


Birch, C. H. 


494 


Bell, W.J. 


• • • 


481 


Birch, J. H. 


43 


Belcher, A. B. 


• • • 


84 


Birch, J. R. 


402 


Bel combe, F. E. 


• • • 


284 


Birch, L. L. T. 


52 


Bellhouse, C. S. 


• • • 


433 


Birch, L. T. 


20 



Index of Malvernians. 



585 





PAGE 




PAGE 


Bird, A. C. 


412 


Blount, O. 


349 


Bird, A. C. 


98 


Bloxsome, A. H. 


300 


Bird, C. H. G. 


481 


Bloxsome, S. S. 


251 


Bird, F. E. 


117 


Boddington, EH. 


6 


Bird, R. E. O. 


157 


Boden, J. F. W. 


474 


Bird, W. S. 


402 


Bolster, R. 


423 


Birkett, A. 


92 


Bomanji, J. K. R. 


501 


Birkett, E. W. 


92 


Boodle, C. E. 


113 


Birks, T. R. 


402 


Booker, J. R. G. G. 


501 


Bishop, G. H. 


434 


Bookless, J. S. 


271 


Blackader, G. H. 


463 


Boosey, C. E. 


501 


Blackall, J. O. 


134 


Boose v, F. S. 


205 


Blackburn, A. A. 


288 


Boosey, G. C. 


187 


Blackden, L. S. 


92 


Boosey, L. A. 


482 


Blackden, M. W. 


98 


Booth, C. 


202 


Blacker, W. F. 


463 


Boothby, E. F. 


463 


Blackmore, H. S. 


348 


Boraston, J. H. 


444 


Black well, C. 


61 


Bornholdt, M. A. 


305 


Blake, G. K. 


328 


ten Bosch, L. 


463 


Blake, G. P. 


315 


Bosnian, H. F. 


457 


Blake, V. V. 


412 


Bostock, H. W. 


482 


Blakeway, P. J. T. 


131 


Bosvile, G. 


92 


Blakiston, A. C. H. . 


239 


Bottomley, H. C. (see 


Cautley) 


Blakiston, C. H. 


288 


Bottomley, W. T. 


457 


Blakiston, W. R. L. 


279 


Boucher, J. 


36 


Blandy, A. P. 


244 


Bourcicault, P. G. 


457 


Blandy, G. J. D. 


315 


Bousfield, R. B. 


482 


B Ian shard, E. C. 


481 


Bowden, E. M. 


68 


Blathwayt, C. R. 


6 


Bowden, J. P. 


52 


Blathwayt, F. L. 


270 


Bowden, R. T. 


69 


Blathwayt, F. W. 


361 


Bowen, G. C. 


121 


Blathwayt, G. W. 


52 


Bowen, W H D. 


1 


Blencowe, E. P. 


89 


Bowers, W. 


36 


Blennerhasset, J. 


139 


Bowes, R. F. 


343 


Blessig, P. F. 


160 


Bowes, H. 


343 


Blest, F. 


494 


Bowles, C. W. 


36 


Bligh, S. P. M. 


184 


Bowles, L. O. 


152 


Bliss, C. G. 


343 


Bowles, S. S. 


4 


Bliss, J. S. 


323 


Bowser, M. S. 


271 


Blomefield, G. P. A. 


40 


Boxwell, J. H. 


152 


Blount, H. 


349 


Boxwell, W. E. G. , 


153 



z z 



586 



Index of Malvernians. 







PAGE 




PAGE 


Boyall, A. V. 


• • • 


50I 


Broadmead, H. H. 


501 


Boyce, G. S. 


• • • 


444 


Brockbank, C. N. 


434 


Boyce, J. C. 


■ •• 


398 


Brocklehurst, A. J. P.... 


M 


Boyce, T. L. 


• • • 


305 


Brocklehurst, C. 


412 


Boyer, J. S. 


■ ■• 


98 


Brocklehurst, E. A. ... 


98 


Boyes, J. R. 


• • • 


246 


Brocklehurst, T. P. ... 


454 


Boyle, D. E. 


■ • * 


5" 


Brodhurst, H. 


246 


Bracher, G. 


• * • 


517 


Brodie, M. W. O'C. ... 


475 


Bracken, G. T. H. 


• • • 


315 


Brodie, R. H. 


512 


Bracken bury, B. E. 


• • • 


218 


Brom field, C. G. T. ... 


211 


Bradbury, J. K. 


• • • 


227 


Bromfield, H. H. 


210 


Bradley, B. 


• • • 


444 


Bromfield, J. B. 


211 


Bradley, G. S. 


• • • 


258 


Bromfield, R. 


211 


Bradley, W. H. 


• • • 


210 


Brooke, E. W. S. 


234 


Bradley, W. H. C. 


• • * 


233 


Brooke, P. C. 


203 


Bradwell, J. D. L. 


• • • 


328 


Brooke. R. W. A. 


5i7 


Braithwaite, A. C. 


• •• 


482 


Brooke, W. M. 


122 


Braithwaite, C. 


• • • 


109 


Brookes, C. B. 


339 


Bramley-Moore, A. 


• • • 


316 


Brookes, R. M. 


367 


Bram ley -Moore, J. 


• • • 


296 


Brooks, G. L. 


122 


Brandon, C. J. 


• • • 


139 


Brooks, W. P. 


122 


Brandreth. H. F. H. 


■ • • 


394 


Broughall, W. B. 


323 


Branston, P. G. 


• • • 


279 


Brougham, H. de V. ... 


53 


Breslin, E. W. 


• • • 


12 


Brougham, J. C. 


53 


Brewer, R. M. 


* • « 


271 


Brougham. J. H. C. .. 


402 


Briant, F. 


• • • 


122 


Brown, A. J. M. 


113 


Bridge, G. F. 


• • • 


139 


Brown, C. H. 


240 


Brigg, G. F. 


• • • 


474 


Brown, E. L. 


367 


Briggs, G. C. 


• • • 


3 2 9 


Brown, H. A. 


417 


Briggs, G. R. 


• * 


53o 


Brown, H. W, 


208 


Bright, H. Y. 


• • • 


193 


Brown, I. C. 


463 


Bright-Betton, E. A. 


a • • 


20 


Brown, J. C. 


92 


Brinton, A. H. 


• • • 


1 


Brown, P. A. 


463 


Brisco, H R. 


• • • 


240 


Brown, R. R. 


73 


'Briscoe, F. P. 


• • • 


92 


Browne, A. A. H. 


187 


Bristow, E. 


• • • 


73 


Browne, A. E. 


490 


Bristow, W. 


• a • 


73 


Browne, A. H. 


2 


Brittain, T. A. 


• • • 


131- 


Browne, D. H. 


289 


Brittan, C. G. 


• • • 


84 


Browne, D. R. H. 


357 


Brittan, E! P. 


• • • 


84 


Browne, E. C. D. 


457 


Brittan, R. 


• • • 


126 


Browne, F. R. 


187 



Index of Malvernians. 



587 



Browne, G. E. 
Browne, G. H. 
Browne, G. S. 
Browne, H. 
Browne, H. K. 
Browne, S. H 
Browning, C. S. 
Bruce, C. R. H. 
Bruce, F. V. 
Brundrit, A. F. 
Brunton, A. 
Brunton, M. 
Brutton, H. L. 
Brutton, J. C. 
Brutton, R. H. 
Bryan, C. R. B. 
Bryans, H. M. 
Bryans, M. E. 
Bua, Nai 
Buchanan, R. W. 
Buck, E. 
Buck, E. M. 
Buck, H. W. 
Buckle, A. L. 
Buckle, J. G. T. 
Buisson, A. E. du 
Bull, H. F. 
Bullen, G. 
Bullock, E. C. 
Bullock, G. F. 
Bullock, R. S. 
Bullock, W. D. 
Bunbury, G. B. St. P. 
de Bunsen, A. G. 
Burbidge, T. S. 
Burge, R. L. 
Burgess, H. P. 
Burke, E. L. P. 
Burke, J. H. 
Burke, R. C. J. 
Burke, W. C. 



PAGE PAGE 

258 Burlton, A. R. ... 179 
2 Burn-Callander, F. ... 512 

349 Burne, F. H. ... 423 

300 Burne, G. E. K. ... 417 

178 Burne, R. V. H. ... 386 

2 Burne, S. A. H. ... 305 

316 Burne, T. W. H. ... 343 

58 Burness, J. ... 176 

126 Burnet, C. D. ... 211 

176 Burnett, A. G. ... 271 

413 Burnett. E. ... 205 

464 Burnett, H. ... 464 

362 Burnett, N. ... 160 

259 Burnett, R. W. F. ... 501 
126 Burningham, H. R. N.... 316 
134 Burn-Murdoch, J. A. ... 190 
178 Burns, T. B. ... 305 
464 Burnup, C. J. ... 271 
423 Burrell, D. G. T. ... 438 
256 Burrell, E. L. ... 494 

56 Burrill, T. F. ... 464 

482 Burrill, W. E. ... 482 

114 Burroughs, N. G. ... 494 

145 Burrowes, A. R. ... 194 

153 Burrowes,, R. B. ... 199 

53 Burrowes, R. J. G. ... 271 

n8 Burrows, J. H. ... 444 

526 Burton, L. B. ... 367 

153 Bury, C. R. ... 530 

367 Bush, P. C. ... 502 

501 Bush, P. W. ... no 

187 Bushe, R. J. S. ... 92 

402 Bushell, A. R. ... 423 

512 Butler, A. I. R. ... 316 

339 Butler, A. W. ... 301 

413 Butler, B. H. ... 423 

444 Butler, E. D. ... 357 

215 Butler, E. N. ... 526 

215 Butler, F. G. ... 502 

296 Butler, H. O. ... 464 

197 Butler, J. H. ... 324 



588 



Indbx op Malvernians. 







PAGE 






PAGE 


Butler, S. G. 


• • • 


464 


Carson, W. H. 


• • • 


329 


Butt, F. C. 


• •• 


205 


Carter, E. P. 


• • • 


3^2 


Butters ick, J. C. 


• • • 


530 


Carter, J. R. B. G. 


• • • 


I94 


Buzzard, H. L. 


• • • 


423 


Cartland, J. 


• • • 


530 


By ass, A. 


• •• 


423 


Cartwright, H. A. 


• • • 


494 


Byass, J. 


• • • 


357 


Cartwright, J. C. 


• •• 


509 


Byass, R. C. 


• •• 


491 


Cartwright, V. H. A 


• « • • 


502 


Byron, E. M. 


• •• 


349 


Carver, H. P. 


• * • 


3i6 


Caddick, C. J. 


• •• 


240 


Cass, H. L. 


. • . 


530 


Caddick, F. A. 


• •• 


305 


Cassidy, A. A. 


■ • * 


530 


Caddy, J. 


• •• 


329 


Castle, A. 


• • ■ 


127 


Cairns, T. R. 


• •• 


368 


Castle, B. 


• •• 


99 


Cairns, W. E. P. 


• •• 


478 


Castle, H. 


• * • 


208 


Caldicott, K. C. 


• • • 


464 


Castle, W. 


• • • 


191 


Cale, G. H. V. 


• « • 


244 


Catford, G. A. 


• • • 


403 


Campbell, C. S. 


• • • 


114 


Cator, A C. A. 


• • • 


240 


Campbell, C. W. R. 


• • • 


240 


Cator. C. G. L. 


• • • 


230 


Campbell, H. C. M. 


• • • 


482 


Cator, E. H. S. 


• • • 


221 


Campbell, H. F. 


• • • 


199 


Cautley, C. H. B. 


• • • 


93 


Campbell, L. G. 


• • • 


20 


Cave, F. W. 


• • • 


218 


Campbell, S. B. C. 


• • • 


403 


Cave, S C. B. 


• • ■ 


251 


Campbell, St. J. DM 


. . • • • 


475 


Cave-Brown-Cave, N. F. 


438 


Campbell, S. M. 


• • • 


74 


Cawthra, J.J. 


• • • 


349 


Campbell, T. 


• • • 


H5 


Cawthra, W. H. 


• • • 


145 


Campbell, W. 


• • • 


134 


Cazalet, M. H. 


• •• 


240 


Cannv, G. B. 


• • • 


349 


Cazalet, R. H. 


• • • 


24 


Carbutt. E. G. 


• • « 


187 


Cazalet, W. G. 


• •• 


43 


Cardew, C. S. 


• • • 


316 


Cearns, E. 


• • • 


21 


Cardew, G. F. 


• • • 


259 


Chadwick, J. E. 


• • • 


28 


Cardew, H. J. (a) 


• • • 


259 


Chai, Montri 


• • • 


403 


Cardew, S. R. 


• • • 


3i6 


Challands, R. S. 


• • • 


357 


Carless, W. F. 


• • • 


305 


Challinor, J. M. 


• • • 


482 


Carpjndale, F. M. 


• • • 


482 


Chalmers, A. H. 


• • • 


84 


Carpendale, T. M. 


• • • 


457 


Chalmers, G. R. 


• • • 


259 


Carr, A. B. 


• • • 


324 


Chamberlain, C. M. 


• • • 


25 


Carr, F. E. C. 


• •• 


50 


Chamberlain, R. K. 


a • • 


25 


Carr, H. M. 


• • • 


413 


Chamberlen, L. G. 


• •• 


5i7 


Carr, L. B. 


• • • 


386 


Chambers, A. E. 


• • • 


4'3 


Carroll, S. C. 


• • • 


265 


Chambers, A. S. 


• • • 


223 



(a) For latest addsess see Addenda. 



Index of Malvernuns. 



589 





PAGE 






PAGE 


Chambers, D. M. 


434 


Chuladis 


• • • 


417 


Champneys, F. W. 


9 


Circuitt, G. C. P. 


• • • 


211 


Chance, F. S. 


457 


Claris, S. D. 


• • • 


465 


Chance, R. C. 


4i3 


Clark, A. D. 


• • « 


I46 


Chandler, J. D. 


518 


Clark, A. N. 


• • • 


256 


Chandler, N. R. 


434 


Clark, C. H. B. 


• • • 


I46 


Chapman, E. H. 


438 


Clark, H. N. 


• • • 


296 


Charles, A. P. 


240 


Clark, I. J. 


• • • 


512 


Charles, H. P. 


271 


Clark, P. G. 


• • • 


339 


Charlesworth, J. C. 


491 


Clarke, A. H. T. 


• • • 


285 


Charlesworth, W. 


61 


Clarke, E. W. R. 


• • • 


80 


Charlesworth, W. H. .. 


394 


Clarke, F. G. B. 


• • • 


5 


Charleton, C. 


18 


Clarke, H. C. C. 


• • • 


483 


Charrington, H. E. ... 


502 


Clarke, H. T. 


• •• 


386 


Charriol, R. A. 


464 


Clarke, J.M. 


• • 


99 


Charters, J. 


99 


Clarke, M. T. 


• •• 


386 


Charters, J. B. 


99 


Clarke, R. S. 


■ •• 


512 


Charters, J. C. K. H. ... 


458 


Clarke, R. W. 


• • • 


179 


Charters, W. 


99 


Clarke, W. M. C. 


• •• 


5 


Chatfield, C. E. 


93 


Clarkson, G. A. 


• * • 


494 


Chatterton, W. A. 


494 


Clarkson, H. G. 


• •• 


118 


Chave, J. 


74 


Clarkson, J. B. 


• • • 


34 


Cheadle, J. O. 


512 


Clarkson, N. S. 


• • • 


69 


Cheetham, B. C. 


251 


Clarkson, R. M. 


• • • 


494 


Cheetham, R. A. 


251 


Clay, C. B. 


• • • 


67 


Cherry, P. A. B. 


512 


Clay, R. H. 


• •• 


69 


Chesshire, C. B. 


284 


Clay, WW. 


• •• 


6 


Cheston, C. S. 


368 


Clayton, G. E. 


• • • 


29 


Chevers, N. B. 


29 


Clayton, T. B 


• •a 


377 


Cheyne, G. M. 


74 


Clayton, W. W. W. 


• •• 


495 


Chichester, R. E. 


247 


Clegg, B. 


••• 


495 


Child, S. A. 


191 


Clegg, F. C. 




495 


Child, N. G. L. 


160 


Clement, H. J. 


• • • 


458 


Childe, E. F. 


114 


Clement, J. 


• • • 


53o 


Childe, G. D. 


64 


Clements, R. C. 


« • • 


458 


Childe-Freeman, A. J. 


29 


Clerk, R. M. 


• • • 


454 


Childe-Freeman, C. ... 


99 


Clifford, R. W. 


• • • 


434 


Childe-Freeman, E. L. 


29 


Clive, F. W. 


• • • 


317 


Chipman, H H. 


417 


Clutterbuck, N. S. 


• • • 


296 


Christie, A. J. 


289 


Coates, R. 


• • • 


394 


Christie, M. G. 


350 


Cobb, G. P. W. 


• •• 


153 



590 



In-dex of Malvern ians. 







PAGE 






PAGE 


Cobb, R. A. 


• • « 


403 


Cook, A. B. 


*. • • 


77 


Cobb, R. W. 


• • • 


153 


Cook, C W. 


• « • 


475 


Cobbold, CM. 


• • • 


69 


Cook, G. T. R. 


• • • 


296 


Cobbold, F. E. D. 


. m 


69 


Cook, G. W. 


• • • 


2 


Cobbold, M. F. D. 


• • • 


502 


Cook, W. S. 


• • • 


36 


Cochrane, R. S. T. 


• • • 


289 


Cooke, C. E. 


• • • 


434 


Cockburn, J. E. H. 


• ■ • 


329 


Cooke, F. F. 


• •• 


526 


Coke, F. S. 


• • • 


122 


Cooke, F. N. 


• • 


413 


Coke, S. 


• • • 


80 


Cooke, H. F. V. 


• • • 


167 


Colbeck, J. B. 


• • • 


424 


Cooke, H. P. 


• • • 


61 


Cole, C. W. 


• • • 


289 


Cooke, L. A. 


• « • 


362 


Cole, R. S. 


* • • 


166 


Cooke, L. C. H. 


• • • 


317 


Coleman, W. F. 


• • • 


99 


Cooke, P. H. 


• • • 


234 


Coleridge, F. A. 


• • • 


227 


Cooke, R. H. M. 


■ • • 


no 


Coles, C. St. A. 


• • • 


272 


Cooke, S. 


• • • 


12 


Coles, H. A. V. 


• • • 


272 


Cooke, W. J. H. 


• • • 


205 


Collen, P. E. 


• • • 


386 


Cooksey, J. F. 


■ • • 


2 


Collet, F. C. 


• • • 


495 


Cookson, H. A. 


• • • 


465 


Collett, A. P. 


• • • 


317 


Cookson, R. T. C. 


. . 


208 


Collett, C. M. 


• • • 


252 


Coombs, T. B. 


• • • 


424 


Collett, H.C. S. 


• • • 


4 1 


Cooper, A. M. G. 


■ • • 


458 


Collett, H. von B. 


• • • 


100 


Cooper, F. C. 


• • • 


417 


Collier, M. C. 


• • • 


50 


Cooper, H. A. 


• • • 


398 


Collier, R. de la R. 


• • • 


50 


Cooper, J. A. R. 


• • • 


5i8 


Collings, E. B. 


■ • • 


152 


Cooper, R. G. 


• • • 


53 


Collins, B. A. 


• • • 


329 


Cooper, S. C. 


• • • 


445 


Collins, C. E. V. 


• • • 


465 


Cooper, W. 


• • • 


29 


Collins, J. B. 


• • • 


34 


Cooper, W. D. 


■ • • 


475 


Collins, J. G. F. 


• • • 


465 


Cooper, W. J. 


• • a 


417 


Collins, W. L. F. 


• • • 


445 


Coote, C. H. 


• • a 


46 


Colt, G. B. 


• • • 


69 


Coote, O. R. 


• • • 


43 


Colvin-White, G. R. 


• * • 


438 


Cope, A. N. 


• • • 


18 


Comber, E. P. 


• • • 


458 


Cope, F. H. 


• • • 


5 


Comely, H. O. 


• • • 


272 


Cope, R. P. H. 


• • • 


244 


Comely, R. 


• • • 


265 


Cope-Proctor, C. W. 


a • • 


445 


Compton, H. E. 


• • • 


29 


Cope-Proctor, E. G. 


- • • 


424 


Congreve, J. 


• • • 


53 


Cope-Proctor, H. P. 


* a> • 


350 


Connellan, C. L. 


• • • 


61 


Cope-Proctor, T. P. 


• • • 


324 


Connellan, R. S. 


a • 


61 


Copleston, J. H. H. 


• • • 


146 


Conner, D. G. 


• • • 


445 


Copleston, W. E. 


• • . 


228 


Coode, C. L. 


• • • 


272 


Corbett, A. R. U. 


• • • 


434 



Index of Malvernians. 



59i 







PAGE 




PAGE 


Corbett, L. B. 


■ • ■ 


234 


Cross, A. B. 


276 


Corbett, R. 


• • • 


323 


Cross, G. C. ... 


289 


Corfe, E. C. 


• • • 


30 


Cross, G. H. 


265 


Cornelius, N. S. 


• • * 


475 


Crosse, R. E. 


146 


Cornelius, R. N. 


• ■ • 


53o 


Crosssley, A. A. 


33° 


Cornelius, W. N. 


* • • 


439 


Crossley, G. H. I. 


434 


Cornford, C. E. 


• • • 


146 


Crossley, P. P. 


296 


Cornford, W. H. 


• • « 


146 


Crowe, A. F. H. 


445 


Cosens, G. W. 


• • • 


439 


Crowe, T. M. 


445 


Costley- White, H. 


• • • 


329 


Crowley, E. A. 


285 


Coston, J. F. W. 


• • • 


228 


Crowley, J. S. 


247 


Cotching, A. 


• • • 


386 


Crowther, W. 


377 


Cotcbing, C. E. 


• • • 


368 


Crump, BE. 


344 


Cotton, A. C. 


• • • 


53i 


Crump, E. A. 


234 


Cousen, C. 


• • • 


131 


Crump, J. H. 


21 


Cowell, H. R. 


• • • 


330 


Cuff, B. 


5f>9 


Cowie, W. P. 


• •• 


403 


Cullen, E. 


301 


Cowpland, W. F. R. 


• • • 


475 


Cullen, J. B. 


. 358 


Cox, A. W. 


• • • 


67 


Culling, E. C. 


445 


Cox, C. S. 


• • • 


21 


Cumming, CM. 


172 


Cox, J. H. 


• • • 


483 


Cumming, G. 


160 


Cox, R. K. 


• • • 


357 


Cuninghame, A. R. 


3 J 7 


Coyney, W. W. 


• • • 


134 


Cuninghame, G. 


403 


Craig, R. G. 


• • • 


368 


Currey, B. 


74 


Crane, J. H. 


• • • 


21 


Currie, A. E. 


93 


Crawford, G. S. 


■ • ■ 


358 


Currie, E. M. 


265 


Crawshay, C. H. 


• • • 


184 


Currie, P. J. R. 


526 


Crawshay, F. G. 




256 


Curry, M. H. 


387 


Crawshay Williams, 


E. 


301 


Curry, T. A. 


424 


Crawshay-Williams, 


L. 


301 


Curteis, F. A. 


25 


Crawter, F. W. 


1 • • 


199 


Curtis, J. G. C. 


7 


Creasy, R. 


. • • 


134 


Curtis, M. M. 


25 


Creery, J. 




no 


Curtis, S. E. B. 


20 


Crews, R. 


* • • 


205 


Cuthbertson, E. H. . 


509 


Cripps, A. J. 


« • • 


64 


Cuthbertson, H. 


526 


Crisp, S. S. 


• • • 


483 


Cutting, H. M. 


160 


Croft, H. A. 


• « • 


215 


Daines, J. W. 


84 


Crofton, T. H. 


■ • • 


523 


Daines, F. H. 


85 


Croker, R. B. 


• • • 


118 


Dalzell, R. S. 


64 


Crompton, C. R. 


• . . 


215 


Dance, J. F. T. 


74 


Crompton, S. 


• • a 


218 


Danger, J. H. 


172 



592 



Index of Malvbrnians. 



D'Angibau, A. 
D'Angibau, E. 
D'Angibau, G. 
D'Angibau, W. 
Daniell, C. C. 
Daniell, F. £. L. 
Daniell, J. A. S. 
Danks, A. B. 
Danks, R. M. 
Darley, J. W. 
Darley, W. K. 
Darling, A. C. 
Darling, A. G. 
Darling, C. E. 
Darling, L. J. 
Davey, R. E. B. 
Davidson, D. 
Davies, A. K. 
Davies, E. S. T. 
Davies, G. A. 
Davies, J. 

Davies, R. R. P. B. 
Davis, S. P. 
Davison, R. 
Daw, R. S. 
Dawes, G. B. S. 
Dawes, G. E. A. 
Dawson, B. N. 
Dawson, E. A. 
Dawson, G. F. 
Dawson, G. de H. 
Dawson, H. H. 
Dawson, O. E. 
Day, A. P. 
Day, G. C. 
Day, N. 
Day, S. E. 
Day, S. H. 
Day, W. F. 
Deacon, E. 
Deakin, W. A. 



PAGE 




PAGE 


1 60 


Dean, C. F. E. 


279 


131 


Debenham, E. 


199 


184 


Debenham, H. 


200 


122 


Dehn, P. O. 


301 


I IO 


Denham, E. B. 


297 


272 


Den ham-White, A. 


330 


377 


Dennett, F. 


127 


194 


Dennis, H. D. 


167 


160 


Dennis, J. E. 


197 


26 


Dennis, J. E. V. 


61 


26 


Dennis, J. O. C. 


5'2 


289 


Dennis, S. M. 


187 


256 


Dennistoun, J. R. 


417 


285 


Denny, G. H. M. 


502 


403 


Dent, H. F. 


324 


53i 


Dent, R. B. 


502 


317 


D'Esterre, S. B. W. ... 


435 


48 


Devenish, H.N. 


241 


53i 


Devereux, N. 


139 


344 


Devereux, W. C. 


105 


80 


Dew. H. M. 


7 


26 


Dewar, J. E. 


89 


387 


Deykin, W. C. 


205 


483 


Dickenson, F. D. 


58 


368 


Dickinson, A. 


no 


377 


Dickinson, T. L. D. ... 


194 


512 


Dick-Lauder.J.N. D. .. 


404 


526 


Dickson, H. C. 


394 


317 


Digby, E. L. 


368 


218 


Dighton, S. M. 


26 


465 


Dilley, G. 


475 


297 


Dixey, J. C. 


513 


143 


Dixon, A. B. 


465 


424 


Dixon, G. F. 


93 


100 


Dixon, M. F. 


483 


398 


Dixon, R. T. 


478 


424 


Dobbs, St. C. M. 


205 


330 


Dobson, D. 


369 


301 


Dobson, G P. 


369 


244 


Dockery, R. R. 


344 


105 


Dodd, A. H. R. 


424 



Index of Malvernians. 



593 







PAGE 




PAGE 


Dodd, E. N. 


• • • 


188 


Druitt, H. 


272 


Dodd, P. C. R. 


• • • 


465 


Drysdale, R. G. 


502 


Dodgson, R. H. 


• • 


478 


Dudgeon, C. H. 


53i 


Domvile, G. J. 


• • • 


418 


Dudley, A. N. W. 


344 


Donald, L. M. 


• •• 


100 


Dudley, F. G. W. 


394 


Donisthorpe, E. R. 


• • • 


M7 


Dudley, G. P. W. 


446 


Donisthorpe, E. S. 




306 


Dudley, H. D. W. .. 


167 


Donisthorpe, F. W. 


* • • 


306 


Dudley, R. R. W. 


483 


Donne, B. G. 


• • • 


513 


Duff, R. H. ... 369 


Donoghue, A. G. 


• • • 


*55 


Duffield. H. C. 


350 


Donoghue, F. H. 


a • ■ 


155 


Duke, L. G. 


53i 


Dorman, L. C. 


ft ft ft 


339 


Duncan, A. J. 


35o 


Dorman, L. P. 


■ ft • 


418 


Duncan, G. A. 


194 


Dorman, M. 


ft) ft ft 


358 


Dundas, L. M. 


458 


Dorman, R. B. 


ft ft • 


5i8 


Dunkerley, R. ... 378 


Dougall, W. 


ft ft • 


194 


Dunsmuir, R. W. 


306 


Douglas, A. G. G. 


ft ft ft 


435 


Durnford, F. H. 


446 


Douglas, R. S. 


ft ft • 


306 


Dwyer, G. J. 


518 


Doveton, D. H. 


ft • ft 


378 


Dwyer, G. T. C. 


241 


Dowding, C. H. B. 


ft ft ft 


445 


Dyer, W. H. 


387 


Dowie, K. R. 


ft ft ft 


65 


Dyer-Bennet, R. S. 


455 


Downs, A. F. 


• • ft 


279 


Dyke, T. J. M. 


127 


Dracopoli, I. N. 


• •• 


495 


Eade, C. A. 


495 


Dracopoli, J. C. 


ft • ft 


526 


Eady, R. B. 


466 


Drayson, W. F. 


• ft ft 


466 


Eagles, E. A. 


176 


Dresser, A. R. 


ft ft ft 


446 


Eames, W. S. 


513 


Dresser, H. B. 


ft ft ft 


476 


Earle, C. C. 


154 


Drew, A. C. 


• ft ■ 


93 


Earwaker, A. 


7 


Drew, A. H. 


ft ft ft 


12 


Earwaker, R P. 


22 


Drew, A. W. M, 


• * • 


46 


Eastley, T. B. ... 65 


Drew, C. C. 


• ■ ft 


5o 


Eastwood, C. E. 


127 


Drew, F. E. C. 


• ft ft 


153 


Eberli, F. H. 


53i 


Drew, H. A. 


ft • ft 


74 


Echalaz, J. H. 


527 


Drew, H. F. 


• • ft 


172 


Eden, T. McL. 


266 


Drew, J. D. 


• ft ft 


454 


Edge, C. T. 


219 


Drew, J. G. 


ft • ft 


9 


Edge, H. T. 


157 


Drew, L. H. 


ft ft ft 


7 


Edge, N. C. VV. 


259 


Drew, R. M. 


• ft ft 


'4 


Edge, R. C. 


218 


Drew, T. M. 


ft • • 


161 


Edge, S. V. 


157 


Drew, W. J. B. 


ft » • 


247 


Edgell, E. G. 


191 


Drewry, G. 


• *• 


518 


Edmond. C. A. ... 513 



594 



Index of Malvernians. 





PAGE 






PAGE 


Edmonds, C. R. A. 


i 4 


Estridge, H. P. L. 


• • • 


22 


Edmonds, H. C. 


14 


Eustace, H. R. 


• • • 


85 


Edmonds, W. F. 


53 


Eustace, J. G. 


• • . 


85 


Edmunds, C. T. 


35« 


Evans, A. E. B. H. 


• ■ • 


122 


Edward-Collins, G. 


446 


Evans, A. W. 


. • . 


no 


Edwards, A. G. 


106 


Evans, C. W. 


• • • 


273 


Edwards, C. L. 


172 


Evans, E. F. 


• • • 


. IOO 


Edwards, F. 


.. 318 


Evans, E. R. 


• • > 


247 


Edwards, I. A E. 


• 387 


Evans, M. B. 


• • • 


188 


Edwards, W. R. 


106 


Evans, P. C. 


• • . 


67 


Ehrke, F. 


127 


Evans, R. F. M. 


• • • 


466 


Eiffe, L. G. P. 


435 


Evans, W. H. B. 


... 


387 


Eldred, H. VV. 


404 


Evans, W. L. 


• • • 


179 


Eliot, J. A. B. 


330 


Evans, W. T. P. 


• • • 


122 


Eliot, N. 


324 


Evans-Gordon, K. A. 


G. 


466 


Eliot, P. D. C. 


466 


Evan-Thomas, L. G 




5 2 4 


Ellershaw, H. 


344 


Evelyn, E. C. 


• • • 


II 4 


Elliott, C. W. B. 


272 


Everest, G. W. 


* • • 


524 


Elliott, E. W. 


58 


Everett, R. M. 


- • . 


5°9 


Ellis, C. E. L. 


.. 318 


Everitt, A. A. 


• • • 


2 


Ellis, F.W.J. 


53 


Everitt, C. 


• • • 


234 


Ellis, R. L. 


.. 318 


Everitt, F. D. 


• • • 


139 


Ellis, T. A. 


211 


Everitt, R. S. 


• • • 


3 6 9 


Ellison, F. B. 


324 


Evers, H. 


• • • 


188 


Ellman, F. B. 


306 


Eves, E. L. 


• • • 


252 


Elsdale. H. S. 


•• 483 


Eves, G; W. 


• • • 


228 


Elston, C. D. 


483 


Ewart, J. M. 


* • • 


425 


Elton, H. 


48 


Ewart, W. B. 


• • • 


53i 


Elwell, C. S. 


273 


Exham, C. H. 




513 


E] worthy, C. W. 


344 


Eykyn, R. R. 


• • • 


455 


Ely, E. A. S. 


167 


Faber, C. E. 




172 


Ely, H. 


211 


Faber, C. L. 


• • • 


in 


Elv, W. A. S. 


176 


Faber, F. S. 


• • • 


122 


Empson, A. R. 


26 


Faber, J. D. B. 


■ • • 


14 


Emra, C. O. 


306 


Faber, S. C. 


• •• 


404 


English, G. C. 


513 


Faber, T. H. 


• • » 


85 


Erskine 


5 


Faber, W. V. 


• • » 


34 


Esdaile, R. S. 


484 


Fair ley, W. C. 


• • ■ 


273 


Essex, G. B. 


7 


Fairthorne, E. A. 


• • • 


273 


Essex, J. 


34 


Farncombe, E. L. 


■ •• 


266 


Esson, J. 


252 


Farr, R. P. 


• •* 


369 



Index qf Malvernians. 



595 





PAGE 






PAGE 


Farrant, J. 


339 


Fiennes, E. E. 


• • • 


I40 


Farrell, J.W. 


318 


Filgate, C. H. R. M. 


• • • 


188 


Farrer, A. F. C. T. ... 


306 


Filgate, W. T. G. S. 


M. 


l6l 


Farrer, D. H. 


273 


Firth, F. S. 


• • 


331 


Farrer, F. L. 


307 


Fish bourne, C. E. 


. • 


466 


Faskally, J. D. 


307 


Fisher, F. H. 


• • • 


188 


Faskally, P. B. 


3i8 


Fisher, F. H. 




466 


Faulkner, W. C. 


93 


Fisher, G. H. 


• • • 


491 


Fawcett, E. E. L. 


259 


Fisher, H. F. T. 


. .. 


215 


Fawcett, J. H. E. 


259 


Fisher, H. J. 


• • • 


89 


Fawcett, W. C. 


167 


Fisher, H. S. C. S. 


• • • 


122 


Fawcus, H. 


268 


Fisher, H. W. 


. . . 


197 


Fawcus, R. A. 


446 


Fisher, J. C. 


• • • 


l6l 


Fearon, K. O. 


425 


Fisher, J. E. C. 


• • 


2l6 


Fearon, L. 


387 


Fisher, J. T. 


• • • 


398 


Fellowes, C. 


513 


Fisher, W. F. 


. • . 


173 


Fellowes, G. 


425 


Fisher, W. H. 


a • • 


172 


Fellowes, R. O. 


89 


Fitton, G. W. 


• • • 


65 


Fenning, G. S. T. 


297 


Fitz-Herbert. A. 


• • • 


80 


Fenning, W. M. 


224 


Fitz-Herbert, A. F. 


• • 


II 4 


Ferguson, F. 


495 


Fitzherbert, H. 


• • • 


Il8 


Ferguson, G. D. 


491 


Fitzmaurice, D. C. M 


• • • 


IOO 


Ferguson, G. H. F. ... 


100 


FitzPatrick, W. J. 


• • • 


III 


Ferguson, M. 


466 


Fletcher, A. A. 


• • • 


467 


Ferguson, W. H. 


395 


Fletcher, J. D. 


... 


502 


Fergusson, A. 


362 


Flood, W. C. H. 


• • • 


III 


Fergusson, J. N. F. ... 


358 


Flower, C. O. 


• • • 


388 


Fergusson, L. R. 


362 


Flower, I. C. 




413 


Fernie, F. H. 


224 


Flower, R. W. 


• • • 


206 


Fernie, W. J. 


224 


Flower, S. A. 


• • • 


285 


Fetherstonhaugh, S. A. S. 


93 


Foley, R. E. I. 


• ■ • 


395 


ffolkes, G. C. H. 


188 


Foljambe, Hon. R. A. 


E. 




Field, A. J. 


345 


St. A. S. 


• • • 


503 


Field, G. H. 


307 


Foil, H. E. 


• • • 


M 


Field, H. R. (a) 




Foil, H. H. 


• • • 


273 


Fielding, F. 


61 


Forbes, J. F. 


• • • 


154 


Fielding, F. G. 


62 


Forbes, W. A. 


• • • 


216 


Fiennes, A. A. T. W. ... 


139 


Forester, E. 


• • • 


118 


Fiennes, C. W. T. W.... 


161 


Forester, E. L. 


• • • 


78 



(a) For latest address see Addenda. 



596 



Index op Malvernians. 







PAGE 






PAGE 


Forester, G. 


• • • 


78 


Freeman, C. H. E. 


• • • 


447 


Forester, H. C. B. 


• • • 


78 


Friedlander, A. H. 


• • • 


224 


Forrest, W. W. 


• • • 


491 


Friedlander, P. R. 


• •• 


224 


Forster, H. S. 


• • • 


446 


Friend, A. L. I. 


• • • 


459 


Forsyth. C. G. 


• • • 


491 


Friend, J. I. H. 


• • • 


425 


Fosbrooke, L. 


• • • 


89 


Frost, H. K. 


• • • 


459 


Foss, K. F. 


• • « 


467 


Fuller, J. F. C. 


• • • 


325 


Foster, B. S. 


• • • 


307 


Fullerton, F. A. 


• • • 


36 


Foster, G. N. 


• • • 


388 


Fullerton. H. H. 


• • • 


50 


Foster, H. K. 


• • • 


203 


Fulton, E. C. 


• • • 


33i 


Foster, M. K. 


• • • 


484 


Fulton, J. D. B. 


• • • 


269 


Foster, N. J. A. 


• • • 


509 


Fulton, L. J. 


• • • 


331 


Foster, R. E. 


• • • 


228 


Furley, M. M. M. 


• * • 


496 


Foster, W. L. 


• • • 


235 


Gair, T. 


• • • 


5i8 


Foster-Pegg, W. H. 


• • • 


388 


Gale, A C. M. 


• • • 


219 


Fothergill, E. R. 


• • • 


158 


Gale, C. W. 




132 


Fowler, A. B. 


• • • 


495 


Gale, H. J. G. 


• • • 


369 


Fowler, E. F. T. 


• • • 


446 


Gale, J. R. 


• • • 


200 


Fowler, E. S. 


• • • 


173 


Gale, L. F. 


• • • 


425 


Fowler, F. H. 


• • • 


48 


Gale, R. E. 


• • • 


418 


Fowler, H. B. S. 


• • • 


62 


Gale, W. A. 


• • • 


37 


Fowler 


• • • 


100 


Gallop, J. W. 


• • • 


404 


Fox, C. C. 


• • • 


331 


Galloway, G. P. 


• • • 


398 


Fox, F. P. A. 


• • • 


69 


Galloway, J. 


• • • 


382 


Fox. E. 


• • • 


70 


Galsworthy, S. S. 


• • « 


222 


Fox, H. G. 


• • • 


2 


Gamble, H. 


• • • 


179 


Fox, W. D. 


• • • 


80 


Game, H. J. 


• • • 


531 


Foy, J. 


• • • 


395 


Gam midge, F. N. 


• • • 


484 


Frampton, H. H. C. 


• • • 


'95 


Gardiner, A. J. 


• • • 


491 


Frampton, R. E. E. 


• • « 


127 


Gardiner, A. N. 


• • • 


252 


Francis, A. W. 


• • • 


188 


Gardiner, B. C. 


• • • 


184 


Francis, C. J. 


• • • 


54 


Gardiner, F. 


• • • 


T 34 


Francis, E. C. 


• • • 


496 


Gardiner, G. E. 


• • • 


212 


Frank ish, JR. 


• • • 


224 


Gardiner, O. C. 


• • • 


435 


Franks, F. H. 


• • • 


458 


Gardiner, W. D. 


, # 


184 


Fraser, C. H. S. 


• • • 


147 


Gardner, A. E. 


• # • 


62 


Fraser, D. 


• • • 


297 


Gardner, J. 


• • • 


369 


Fraser, D. K. 


• • • 


M3 


Gardner, G. H. 


• • • 


404 


Fraser, E. W. 


• • • 


in 


Gardom, C. 


• • • 


447 


Fraser, G. G. 


• • • 


147 


Gardom, J. C. 


• ■ • 


447 


Fraser, H. G. C. 


• • • 


158 


Garnett, F. H. 


• • • 


94 



Index of Malvernians. 



597 







PAGE 






PAGE 


Garnett, P. F. 


a • • 


93 


Godwin, W. P. 


• • • 


2l6 


Garnett, R. C. C. 


• • • 


94 


Goldingham, H. (a) 


9 • m 


32 


Garratt, E. V. 


• • • 


307 


Goldschmidt, H H. 


A 


478 


Garratt, F. S. 


• • a 


228 


Goldsmid, H. S. 


• • • 


256 


Garson, H. L. 


9 • • 


53i 


Good, W. P. S. 


• • • 


235 


Gaskell. F. H. 


• • • 


307 


Goode, H. 


• • • 


197 


Gaskell, G. W. 


• • • 


439 


Goodson, E. 


• • • 


24I 


Gaskell, J. C. 


■ • • 


273 


Goodson, F. 


• • • 


■ 24I 


Gaskell, J. G. 


• • • 


439 


Goodson, R. 


• • • 


222 


Gee, C. D. 


• • • 


491 


Goodwin, A. R. 


• • • 


345 


Gell, H. M. 


• • • 


459 


Goodwin, D. P. 


■ • • 


30 


Gell, W. C. C. 


■ • • 


503 


Goodwin, J. R. 


• • • 


15 


Gem, E. P. 


• • • 


51 


Goodwyn, J. L. 


<•• 


527 


Gem, Mr H. 


* * • 


70 


Goold, J.H. 


■ • • 


192 


Gem, O. B. 


• • • 


51 


Gordon, A. F. St. J. 


• •• 


34 


George, A. H. 


• • • 


484 


Gordon, J. 


• • • 


94 


George, A. S. 


• • • 


32 


Gordon, S. V. 


• • • 


503 


George, E. H. 


• • • 


26 


Gore, A. E. Pery-Knox- 


435 


George, J. M. T. 


• • • 


167 


Gore, F. L. 


■ • $ 


404 


Gibbons, A. M. 


• • • 


140 


Gore- Brown, E, 


• * • 


447 


Gibbons, J. M. 


• • a 


345 


Gottwaltz, L. H. 


• • • 


467 


Gibbs, A. E. 


• • • 


7o 


Gottwaltz, P. 


• • • 


5i8 


Gibbs, J.H. G. 


• • • 


53i 


Gould, H. J. 


• •% 


70 


Gibson, A. C. 


• ■ • 


70 


Graburn, G. N. 


• • • 


447 


Gibson, A. C. V. 


• • • 


404 


Graeme, A. W. S. 


• • « 


382 


Gibson, D. K. 


• • • 


5 £8 


Graeme, K. M. S. 


• • • 


308 


Gibson, R. J. T. 


• • • 


418 


Graeme, P. N. S. 


• • • 


289 


Gifford, A. L. 


• •« 


179 


Graham, A. 


• • • 


425 


Gifford, E. A. 


• • • 


447 


Graham, D. M. 


• •• 


388 


Gifford, E. H. 


• • • 


161 


Graham, H. S. 


• • • 


503 


Gilbert, F. P. 


• • • 


224 


Graham, J. D. 


■ • 


405 


Giles, H. N. 


• • • 


362 


Graham, M. W. 


a • • 


345 


Gill. R. 


• • • 


2 


Graham, T. W. H. 


• • • 


519 


Gillam, H. 


• • • 


168 


Graham-Clarke, L. ' 


w. 


235 


Gilpin, H. A. 


• • • 


325 


Grant, G. A. M. 


« • • 


350 


Gilpin-Brown, L. G. 


• • • 


455 


Grant, H. L. 


• • • 


478 


Glover, A. S. 


• • • 


518 


Grant-Dalton, H. 


• • • 


513 


Godfrey, A. M. 


■ a • 


33i 


Grant-Suttie, H. F. 


• • 


425 


Godsal, T. W. 


• • • 


532 


Grasett, F. J. 


• • • 


252 



(a) For latest address see Addenda. 



AAA 



598 



Index of Malvernians. 



Gray, A. A. 
Gray, A. C. H. 
Gray, C. B. 
Gray, E. G. 
Gray, G. 
Gray, G. C. G. 
Gray, G. R. 
Gray, P. 
Grazebrook, F. 
Greatrex, A. C. 
Great rex, A. W. 
Greatrex, B. K. 
Greaves, E. N. 
Green, F. R. 
Green, G. A. L. 
Green, G. C. L. S. 
Green, H. 
Green, H. C. N. 
Green, N. W. 
Green, W. 
Green, W. W. 
Greenall, C. E. 
Greenall, F. 
Greene, L. R. 
Greenlees, S. 
Greentree, R. 
Greenway, C. D. 
Greenway, J. J. K. 
Greenway, N. W. 
Greenwell, A. 
Greenwood, D. H. 
Greig, E. A. 
Greig, F. E. 
Greville, P. E. 
Griffith. E. S. C. 
Griffith, F. H. 
Griffith, G. G. 
Griffith, J. L. 
Griffith, W. L. H. 
Griffiths, E.J. 
Griffiths, R. E. 



PAGE 




274 


Griffiths, R. J. G 


297 


Grossmith, S. 


435 


Grover, M. L. 


350 


Grundy, G. E. 


388 


Grundy, N. D. 


492 


Grundy, W. M. 


395 


Grylls, A. R. 


484 


de Guerin, T. R. 


22 


Guinness, W. E. 


3 


Gunn, H. S-* 


297 


Gurney, G. 


339 


Gurney, H. E. 


256 


Gurrey, F. D. 


85 


Gurrey, R. C. 


5°3 


Gutch, H. F. 


3i8 


Gwynne, A. H. E 


219 


G wynne, G. I. 


308 


Hadden, N. G. 


140 


Haddon, H. E. 


33i 


Hadow, G. E. 


478 


Hadow, H. E. 


184 


Hadow, W. H. 


206 


Hadwen, F. G. 


459 


Haggle, K. 


426 


Hale, F. M. 


253 


Hales, H. W. 


100 


Halford, H. S. 


256 


Hall, A. B. 


448 


Hall, E. 


85 


Hall, F. 


118 


Hall, H. B. 


248 


Hall, J. 


225 


Hall, J. A. 


503 


Hall, J. C. A. 


290 


Hall, M. W. F. 


447 


Hall, W. S. 


252 


Hall-Dare, C. 


228 


Halls, H. B. 


252 


Halse. A. K. J. 


339 


Halsey, B. A. 


484 


Hamilton, A. P. 



PAGE 
128 

331 
274 
308 
388 

285 
260 
266 

389 

395 
100 

85 
484 

426 

398 

389 

345 
492 

20 

208 

245 
48 

527 

405 
290 

53-2 
176 

154 
448 

in 

162 

119 

478 

119 

5<>3 
140 

94 
398 
37o 

527 
426 



Index of Malvernians. 



599 







PAGE 






PAGE 


Hamilton, C. A. 


**• 


350 


Hargreaves, J. 


* • • 


94 


Hamilton, H. 


• • • 


54 


Harington, H. H. 


« •• 


176 


Hamilton, J. 


• • • 


56 


Harkness, E. L. 


• •• 


253 


Hamilton. P. McN. 


• • • 


35 « 


Harkness, G. McN. 


• • • 


24 


Hamilton, W. 


• • • 


56 


Harkness, P. Y. 


• •• 


426 


Hamilton, W. F. T. 


• •« 


59 


Harmar, W. R. 


• • « 


206 


Hammond, A. 


• • 


485 


Harneis (formerly Morcom) 


1. 


Hammond, C. E. 


• 


513 


T. W. 


• •• 


253 


Hammond, H. N. 


• • • 


358 


Harper, C. H. L. 


• • • 


467 


Hancock, R. T. \ 


• • • 


290 


Harper, F. S. 


• *• 


203 


Hancocks, F. H. 


• • • 


197 


Harper, M. J. S. 


• «• 


24I 


Hankin, St. J. E. C. 


• • • 


191 


Harper, S. C. 


• • • 


260 


Hann, H. B. 


■ . . 


395 


Harris, A. E. C. 


• • • 


504 


Hannam, R. W. 


• • • 


235 


Harris, G. 


• •• 


485 


Hannam, W. A. 


• « • 


235 


Harris, H. 


• • • 


345 


Hansard, H. H. 


• • • 


197 


Harris, H. E. C. 


• • • 


184 


Hansard, J. St. L. 


• • • 


197 


Harris, J. A. 


• • • 


527 


Hansard, R. M. 


• •• 


179 


Harris, W. M. 


* • • 


30 


H&nschell, H. McC. 


• •* 


35i 


Harris, V. D. 


• • • 


426 


Hanschell, V. C. 


. # 


35i 


Harrison, C. 


• • • 


143 


Hansell, H. P. 


• • • 


134 


Harrison, D. P. 


• •• 


56 


Hanson, E. P. 


• • • 


in 


Harrison, E. R. 


• • • 


308 


Harbord, H. 


• •• 


1 88 


Harrison, F. A. 


• •• 


378 


Harden, W. G 


• • • 


378 


Harrison, F. N. 


• •• 


132 


Hardiman, J. T. P. 


• • • 


260 


Harrison, G. C. 


• • • 


43 


Harding, A. 


• •• 


236 


Harrison, H. 


• • • 


37 


Harding, G. D. 


• • • 


532 


Harrison, H. G. 


■ • • 


M7 


Harding, H. 


• • • 


173 


Harrison, H. W. 


at* 


345 


Harding, L. 


• • • 


173 


Harrison, L. 


• • • 


35 


Harding, P. D. 


• • • 


5°3 


Harrison, M. C. C. 


• • • 


467 


Harding, T. C. 


• • • 


5°3 


Harrison, P. E. 


• ft ft 


132 


Harding, W. 


• • • 


231 


Harrison, R. E. 


• • • 


3o 


Harding, W. 


• • • 


235 


Harrison, R. H. 


• ft • 


128 


Hardinge, H. C. M. 


• • • 


203 


Hart, C. Y. 


ft • • 


370 


Hardy, D. B. 


• • • 


513 


Hart, L. S. 


• ft • 


504 


Hardy, D. W. 


• • • 


485 


Hartcup, J. H. W. 


ft • ft 


455 


Hardy, H. R. 


• • • 


135 


Harte, H. 


• t ft 


439 


Hardy, J. C. 


• •« 


467 


Hart land, A. 


ft • • 


3 


Hardy, M. 


• • • 


426 


Hartley, G. F. L. 


ft 1 


346 


Hare, M. 


• • • 


173 


Harvey, A. G. 


ft ft ft 


280 


Hargreaves, F. W. 


• • • 


94 


Harvey, B. S. 


• ft ft 


5M 



6oo 



Ikmdex of MalvernianS. 







PAGE 






PAGE 


Harvey, E. K. 


■ • • 


173 


Healey, C. 


»• • 


51 


Harvey, F. H. 


* • • 


89 


Healey, C. H. C. 


• •# 


524 


Harvey, H. N. 


• at 


65 


Healey, G. F. W.. 


• • • 


524 


Harvey, J.N. 


• • • 


378 


Healing, F. J. 


• • • 


280 


Harvey, L. S. 


• • • 


426 


Healing, F. K. 


« • • 


128 


Harvey, N. 


* • • 


80 


Healing, L. J. 


• • • 


173 


Harvey, R. M. 


• • ■ 


203 


Healing, S. C. 


• • • 


128 


Harvey, S. G. 


• • * 


274 


Heanley, R. E. M. 


• •• 


332 


Harvey, T. M. 


• • • 


5H 


Heap, J. 


• •• 


51 


Haslam, W. G. 


• • • 


325 


Heath, A. W. 


• • • 


274 


Haslehust, H. M. 


■ » • 


5M 


Heath, F. S. 


• • • 


358 


Haslehust, W. B. 


• • » 


5M 


Heath, J. S. 


■ • 


274 


Haslip, G. H. 




179 


Heath, L. G. 


• • • 


509 


Hassard, D. V. 


• • • 


331 


Heath, M. R. 


• • • 


332 


Hatch, A. H. 


« « • 


162 


Heath, O. 


• • • 


290 


Hatch, H. A. 


• • • 


248 


Heath, S. H. 


• • • 


467 


Hatch, W. 


» . • 


370 


Heathcote, G. S. 


• • • 


439 


Hatchett, C. H. 


• • • 


3 


Heathcote, R. E. M. 


• • • 


448 


Hatchett, J. 


» a • 


3 


Heaton, G. 


• • • 


106 


Hauxwell, T. A. 


• • « 


75 


Heaver, H. V. S. 


• • • 


504 


Haverfield, J. C. 


• • • 


5i9 


Heaver, W. G. S. 


• » • 


485 


Hawkings, K. F. 


• • ft 


504 


Hebbert, J. B. 


• «• 


9 


Hawkins, A. F. 


• • • 


18 


Hebbert, R. F. 


• •• 


426 


Hawkins, A. S. 


• • • 


398 


Hebblethwaite, E. P 


» • •• 


70 


Hawkins, C. E. W. 


• • • 


119 


Hebblethwaite, R M 


• • •• 


101 


Hawkins, H. D. 


• •• 


3 6 3 


Heberden, G. A. 


• •• 


65 


Hawkes, F. W. 


• • • 


208 


Heberden, R. C. 


• • • 


65 


Hawley, C. F. 


• • • 


301 


Heberden, W. S. 


• » • 


132 


Hawley, M.C. 


• •• 


325 


Hedley, H. 


• • • 


85 


Haworth, J. P. 


... 


7 


Heginbottam, H. 


• •• 


32 


Hawtayne, T. M. 


• • • 


75 


Heisch, P. F. 


• • • 


in 


Hayes, C. 


• • • 


24 


Hellman, R. B. 


• •• 


'74 


Hayes, F. G. 


... 


35 


Hellyer, S. H. 


• • • 


524 


Hay man, A. G. 


• • • 


414 


Helm, J. B. 


• •• 


70 


Haynes, C. H. 


• • a 


35 


Helme, C. B. 


• •• 


179 


Haynes, K. E. 


• • • 


219 


Hemingway, J. 


• •« 


180 


Hay ton, R. 


• • • 


308 


Hemsted, J. G. 


• • • 


308 


Hayward, G. G. W. 


• • • 


37" 


Henderson, H. M. 


■ ■ • 


332 


Hay ward, G. T. G. 


• • • 


37 


Henderson, J. 


• •• 


191 


Heal, R. 


• • • 


395 


Henderson, J. P. 


• • • . 


280 


Heald, N. F. 


• •• 


485 


Henderson, K. 


-••• 


524 



Index of MalverniaNs. 



6oj 





PAGE 


* 




PAGE 


Henery, J. P. E. 


24I 


Hill, H. L. G. 


■ • • 


128 


Henson, H. A. 


427 


Hill, H. W. 


• • * 


4<>5 


Herapath, S. H. (a) ... 


80 


Hill, J. N. 


■ • • 


405 


Herbert, A. C. 


I 5 8 


Hill, O. P. 


• • • 


532 


Herbert, A. F. 


147 


Hill, R.C. 


• • • 


275 


Herbert, C. C. 


241 


Hilliam, W. P. 


■ • • 


IOI 


Herbert, P. C. 


191 


Hilliard, E. 


• • • 


l8o 


.Herzberg, E. 


485 


Hilliard, G. E A. 


• • « 


l8o 


Hewett, W. H. 


298 


Hills, C. H. 


• • • 


485 


Hewson, G. F. F. 


3i8 


Hills, H. M. 


• • • 


147 


Hewson, J. G. B. 


248 


Hills. R. P. 


• • • 


290 


Heywood, S. B. 


191 


Hilton, H. P. 


• • • 


236 


Hey worth, G. B. 


15 


Hilton, F. E. 


• •• 


245 


Hey worth, H. P. 


467 


Hind, J. R. 


• • • 


32 


Hextall, H. C. 


504 


Hingston, F. L. 


• • • 


302 


Hibbert, W. J. C. 


427 


Hinks, L. S. 


• • • 


378 


Hickes, G. 


253 


Hitchings, F. N. W. 


• ■ • 


308 


Hickes, T. D. 


274 


Hitchings, R. V. 


• • • 


332 


Hickman, R. H. 


3i8 


Hitchcock, H. K. 


• • • 


378 


Hickman, V. E. 


123 


Hoare, E. M. S. 


• •• 


514 


Hicks, A. L. 


418 


Hoare, R. F. 


• • • 


382 


Hicks, C. H. 


119 


Hobson, E. S. C 


• • • 


200 


Hicks, F. B. 


418 


Hobson, W. 


• • • 


III 


Hicks, L. J. 


439 


Hodge, S. 


• • • 


266 


Higgins, G. L. 


519 


Hodges, H. W. 


• •• 


332 


Hignell, S. R. 


236 


Hodgson, A. T. 


• • • 


260 


Hilder, J. F. 


5i 


Hodson, R. C. 


■ • • 


485 


Hildyard, R. d'A. M... 


185 


Holden, H. C. L. 


. • • 


532 


Hill, A. B. 


405 


Hole, G. B. 


• • • 


363 


Hill. A F. C. 


524 


Hole, J. R. 


• • • 


26b 


Hill, A. F. S. 


24 


Holland, F. A. 


• • • 


15 


Hill, A. W. 


440 


Holland, T. H. 


• • • 


496 


Hill, C E. 


519 


Hollins, E. R. L. 


• • « 


427 


Hill, E. H. ... 


59 


Hollinshead, H.C. B.... 


IO 


Hill, E. P. ... 


35i 


Holme, G. P. 


• • • 


242 


Hill, F. 


5 2 7 


Holme, H. J. 


• •• 


209 


Hill, F. J. 


468 


Holmes, E. R. H. 


■ • • 


504 


Hill, G. A. 


253 


Holmes, J. A. 


• • • 


427 


Hill, H. 


5°4 


Holmes, R. W. 


• • • 


524 



(a) For latest address see Addenda. 



6o2 



Index of Malverniaks. 





PAGE 






PAGE 


Holmes, W. C. F. 


35* 


Hoyle, P. S. 


• • • 


95 


Homan, ML. 


3»2 


Hubbuck, R. E. 


• • • 


479 


Homer, C. 


206 


Hudson, G. B. 


• « • 


455 


Homer, J. K. 


135 


Hudson, G. H. E. 


• • • 


435 


Honywood, C. J. 


359 


Huggins, G. M. 


• •• 


414 


Hooper, A. W. 


7 


Huggins, H. P. 


• • • 


435 


Hooper, E. P. S. 


405 


Hughes, A. N. 


■ • • 


62 


Hooper, F. H. 


468 


Hughes, E. O. 


• • • 


332 


Hooper, F. L. 


112 


Hughes, H. A. 


• • • 


476 


Hooper, G. 


94 


Hughes, H. W. 


• • • 


54 


Hooper, G. 


in 


Hughes, H. W. 


• • • 


xi4 


Hooper, J. H. 


10 


Hughes, J. G. F. 


• • • 


19 


Hope, E L. 


168 


Hughes, O. 


• • • 


5'4 


Hope, H. N. 


405 


Hughes, R. 


• • • 


154 


Hopkinson, J. G. 


275 


Hughes, S. H. 


• • • 


162 


Hopton, W. C. 


37 


Hughes, V. de C. 


■ • 


406 


Hornby, C. H. 


519 


Hughes, W. B. 




427 


Horner, J. F. L. 


95 


Hughes, W. O. M. 


• • • 


78 


Horniblow, F. 


119 


Hull, A. B. 


• • • 


66 


Hornung, C. 


123 


Hull, E. 




65 


Horsfield, J. 


140 


Hull, E. G. 


• * • 


54 


Horsfield, J. T. 


440 


Hulse, E. J. 




261 


Horsley, CD. 


302 


Hulton, G. B. 


• • • 


123 


Horsley, F. N. 


309 


Humble, F. T. 


• •• 


95 


Horsley, G. B. 


414 


Humble, W. J. 


• • • 


154 


Horsley, H. P. 


260 


Hume, A. J. 


• • • 


5°4 


Horsley, W. P. 


479 


Humphreys, E. R. 


* • • 


225 


Horton, C. A. 


32 


Humphreys, F. R. 


• • • 


78 


Horton, R. P. 


302 


Humphries, E. T. 


• • • 


66 


Hoskins, J. S. 


476 


Humphrys, R. A. 


• •• 


389 


Hoskins, W. J. 


459 


Humphrys, H. E. 


■ • • 


418 


Hotham, B. G. 


59 


Hunt, C. H. 


• • • 


280 


Hot ham, H. E. 


37 


Hunt, G. W. 


• • • 


382 


Houghton, F. L. 


532 


Hunt, P. C. H. 


• • • 


248 


Houghton, J. J. 


510 


Hunt, W. D. 


• • • 


209 


How, W. F. 


504 


Hunter, C. P. 


• • • 


298 


Howell, B. C. 


440 


Huntington, E. F. 


• • • 


275 


Howell, N. E. 


379 


Huntington, H. E. 


• • • 


95 


Howes, J. J. G. 


219 


Huntington, L. G. 


DA. 


236 


Hoylake, T. L C. 


M3 


Hurst, A. 


• • • 


41 


Hoyle, F. 


95 


Hurst, C. G. 


• •• 


212 



Index of Malvernians. 



603 





PAGE 




PAGS 


Hurt, E. F. 


532 


James, E. B. 


198 


Hussey, J. W. 


148 


James, E. P. H. 


532 


Hussey, M. E. C. 


479 


James, H. L. 


198 


Hutchings, A. W. 


468 


James, H. M. . 


448 


Hutchirfgs, C. G. 


291 


James, R. A. F. 


406 


Hutchings, W. F. 


332 


James, S. E. 


253 


Hutchinson, 6. 


231 


James, S. M. H. 


532 


Hutchinson, E. 


231 


Jameson, A. H. R. E... 


37o 


Hutchinson, J. 


231 


Jameson, J. B. C. E. . 


370 


Hutchinson, W. 


231 


Jardine, J. A. 


30 


Hutchison, J. C. 


514 


Jarvis, W. B. 


527 


Huth, P. C. 


340 


Jeeves, P. E. 


189 


Hyslop, R. E. 


524 


Jeffcock, C. E. 


43 


Imlach, CM. 


298 


Jeffcock, P. E. 


505 


Ince. C. W. G. 


5°5 


Jeffcock, W. H. C. . 


519 


Ince, H. M. 


532 


Jeffcock, W. P. 


168 


Ingham, W. B. 


8 


Jellicorse, C. E. 


59 


Ingleby, A. 


18 


Jellicorse, E. H. 


22 


Ingleby, A. R. O. 


285 


Jellicorse, J. H. 


22 


Ingleby, C H. E 


285 


Jellicorse, W. A. 


5i 


Ingleby, H. 


18 


Jenkin, N. W. 


325 


Ingleby, H. 


19 


Jenkins, B. O. 


346 


Ingram, A. 1. 


459 


Jenkins. H. M. 


162 


Innes, E. C L. 


185 


Jenkins, R. H. 


319 


Innes, L. J. 


419 


Jennings-Bramly, W. 1 


E. 195 


Innes, R. H. L. 


185 


Jessop, D'A. S. 


346 


Innes-Bathe, J. W. 


302 


Jobling, H. 


505 


Irish, D. J. 


291 


Jobson, J. E. 


168 


Irwin, A. H. 


32 


Jobson, W. H. O. S. . 


106 


Irwin, J. A. 


24 


Johnson, A. de B. 


519 


Iveson, L. C. 


162 


Johnson, A. B. N. 


86 


Jackson, C. G. H. 


406 


Johnson, C. C. 


440 


Jackson, E. H. 


514 


Johnson, C. H. W. 


225 


Jackson, H. C. 


22 


Johnson, E. S. W. 


66 


Jackson, H. C. 


148 


Johnson, G. 


427 


Jackson, S. D. 


370 


Johnson, H. H. 


57 


Jacob, H. F. 


140 


Johnson, M. B. 


. 185 


Jacoby, A. H. M. 


419 


Johnson, T. G. 


114 


Jacomb, F. B. 


406 


Johnston, A. H. 


309 


Jagger, F. H. 


148 


Johnston, A. V. ., 


459 


James, B. C. 


.. 3S9 


Johnston, C. B. 


. 346 



604 



Index op Malvernians. 



Johnston, C. E. 
Johnston, H. T. 
Johnston, L. D. 
Johnston, C. McA. 
Johnstone, G. H. 
Johnstone, S. 
Johnstone, V. G. S. 
Jonas, L. 
Jones, A. 
Jones, A. C. 
Jones, A. W. 
Jones, C. J. 
Jones, C. J. 
Jones, C. W. 
Jones, E. A. 
Jones, E. H. 
Jones, E. H. 
Jones, E. N. 
Jones, F. F. 
Jones, G. A. 
Jones, G. L. 
Jones, H. 
Jones, H. L. 
Jones, H. O. 
Jones, H. P. 
Jones, H. T. B. 
fones, J. S. 
Jones, M. A. 
Jones, M. W. 
Jones, P. G. 
Jones, P. T. 
Jones, P. T. 
Jones, R. 
Jones, R. C. S. 
Jones, R. G. 
Jones, R. L. 
Jones, R N. 
Jones, R. T. 
Jones, T. A. 
Jones, T. B. 
Jones, T. JL. 



PAGE PAGE 

242 Jones, T. R. ... 291 

406 Jones, W. G. ... 533 

406 Jones-Sal toun, C. T. ... 135 

351 J ones- Williams, G. F..„ 351 

192 Jonsson, A. T. ... 266 

212 Joseland, C. ... 129 

505 Joyce, G. M. ... 427 

351 Joynson, A. G. ... 363 

128 Joynson, F. ... 19 

38 Kavanagh, D. McM. ... 527 

269 Kay, H. de T. W. ... 527 

236 Kay, J. ... 479 

291 Kay, J. G. ... 468 

189 Keary, T. P. ... 75 

346 Keeling, E. T. ... 399 

26 Keeling, G. T. V. ... 154 

162 Keeling, J. F. ... 248 

3 Keene, H. N. J. ... 468 

158 Keep, L. H. ... 486 

389 Keep, T. B. ... 440 

436 Keep, W. F. ... 406 

101 Kemmis, T. H. ... 78 

476 Kemp, C. ... 212 

514 Kemp, H. L. ... 195 

370 Kempson, C. J. ... 486 

143 Kempson, E. C. R. ... 389 
148 Kempson, G. C. D. ... 371 

86 Kempson, H. ... 168 

496 Kendall, G. F. ... 81 

298 Kendall, H. ... 81 

176 Kendall, H. ... 135 

144 Kendrick, F. W. ... 163 
38 Kendrick, T. H. ... 163 

140 Kennedy, A. G. O. ... 54 

440 Kennedy, E. A. ... 106 

476 Kennedy, F. ... 75 

280 Kennedy, W. H. ... 291 

492 Kennedy, C. V. ... 185 

468 Kenny, W. G. S. ... 371 

86 Kent, H. B. ... 135 

291 Kentish, G. ... 309 



Index of Malvernians. 



605 







PAGE 




PAGE 


Kentish, L. W. 


• • • 


333 


Knox, G. G. 


428 


Kentish, R. J. 


• • • 


275 


Knyvett, G. D. 


5^9 


Ker, C. B. 


• • • 


*55 


Knyvett, W. A. 


390 


Kerr, G. D. 


• • • 


96 


Koechlin, M. C. 


291 


Kerr, G. R. 


• • 


95 


Kortwright, G. D. 


38 


Kershaw, G. B. de B. .. 


261 


Kyngdon, W. F. R. ... 


382 


Kershaw, G. V. 


• • • 


427 


Laidlay, J. C, 


520 


Kershaw, N. T. 


• • • 


115 


Laing, D. O. 


520 


Ker wood, G. C. 


• • • 


448 


Laing, F. A. O. 


285 


Ker wood, L. 


• • • 


468 


Laing, G. O. 


486 


Kessler, C. E. 


• • • 


5^9 


LvrlKC, J . 0. ... 


479 


Kessler, W. W. 


. • . 


448 


Lakin, E. L. 


3 


Kewley, A. W. R. 


■ « • 


352 


Lamprey, F. W. 


319 


Khem, Nai 


• • • 


448 


Lance, C. C. 


266 


Killby, C. W. 


• • • 


414 


Landon, A. H. W. 


505 


Killby, K. T. 


• • • 


510 


Landon, R. W. 


449 


Killby, T. A. 


• • • 


39o 


Landor, H. S. 


*95 


Kilvert, H. J. M. 


• • • 


169 


Landsberg, F. J. 


455 


Kimpster, J. W. 


• • • 


129 


Lane, N. F. S. 


325 


King, A. E. 


• • • 


34° 


Lane, P. E. 


37i 


King, B. W. 


• • • 


22 


Langhorne, C. E. C. I. 


242 


King, H. E. L Y. 


• • • 


298 


Langley, L. E. 


527 


King, H. S. 


• « • 


280 


Langrishe, H. R. 


59 


King, R. B. 


• • • 


75 


Langton, R. E. 


469 


Kingsford, G. N. 


• • • 


396 


Lardelli, M. S. 


533 


Kirby. H. R. 


... 


5'4 


Lark, F. R. 


414 


Kirby, M. W. 


... 


148 


Lark, P. F. 


492 


Kirby, S. A. 


■ • • 


275 


Larking, L. C. 


212 


Kirby, B. (S. H.) 


■ • • 


419 


Larking, R. N. 


206 


Kirk, W. 


« • • 


198 


Lascelles, F. 


3o 


Kirke, G. G. 


• • • 


5i9 


Laskie, H. M. 


5i5 


Kirke, R. 


• • • 


486 


Latham, P. H. 


229 


Kitchin, F. H. 


• » • 


180 


Laurie, R. H. St. B. ... 


298 


Knapp, S. C. 


■ • • 


101 


Lavelle, S. P. J. 


340 


Knight, A. T. 


• • • 


86 


Lavington, T. H. R. ... 


449 


Knight, H. R. 


• • • 


96 


Law, J. H. 


4i 


Knight, J. T. 


• • • 


180 


Lawford, A. D. 


59 


Knott, T. M. 


• • ♦ 


43<5 


Lawford, E. B. A. 


49 


Knowles, B. W. 


• • • 


112 


Lawrence, B. 


292 


Knowles, E. 


• ■ • 


3<>9 


Lawrence, J. T. 


85 


Knowles, J. 


• • • 


225 


Lawrence, P. O. 


106 


B B B 











6o6 



Index of Malvernians. 





PAGE 




PAGE 


Lawson, G. W. 


407 


Lewes, T. 


212 


Lea, St. J. W. 


l8l 


Lewis, C. 


81 


Leach, A. G. V. 


119 


Lewis, F. W. 


276 


Leach, C. J. 


119 


Lewis, J. W. H. 


492 


Leach, H. S. 


112 


Lewis, W. H. 


38 


Leacroft, F. R. B. 


141 


Ley, G. 


428 


Lead better, G. D. G. ... 


492 


Ley, R. L. 


428 


Leaf, E. A. 


135 


Liddell, C. B. 


515 


Leaf, E. M. 


155 


Liddiard, E S. 


280 


Leakey, CM. 


75 


Lightfoot, C. L. 


IOI 


Learmonth, A. P. L. .. 


455 


Lilly, E. B. 


.. 158 


Lea-Smith, J. 


8 


Lilly, H. C. 


IOI 


Lea-Smith, R. W. ... 


8 


Lilly. J. 


IOI 


Lea-Smith, S. 


60 


Lindsay, C. S. 


496 


Leathes, H. de M. 


141 


Lindsay, D. H. 


3 6 3 


l^CC) V-/ • C* • ••« 


407 


Lindsay, F. H. 


231 


Lee, E. O. 


533 


Lindsay. J. C. H. 


261 


3uAZ%2 1 J • *■ * • • • 


396 


Lindsay, J. H. 


212 


Lee, M. 


319 


Lindsay, M. W. H. . 


213 


L^ee, t\ . x . ... 


520 


Lings, E. M. v 


319 


Lee-Booker, J. R. 


5i5 


Linton, F. H. 


309 


Lee-Booker, R. 


533 


Lisle, W. B. O. 


469 


Leedam, G. 


524 


Lister, G. D. 


286 


Lees, A. R. M. 


455 


Littledale, A. R. C. .. 


225 


Lefroy, H. 


IOI 


Littledale, B. H. 


225 


Legard, T. F. 


428 


Littledale, J. H. 


219 


Leggatt, A. G. S. 


455 


Llewellyn, J. M. 


460 


Legh, E. W. 


242 


Llewellyn, W. W. .. 


371 


Leigh, F. B. 


78 


Lloyd, C. H. 


181 


Leith, A. R. 


340 


Lloyd, CO. 


200 


Lely, K. L. P. 


309 


Lloyd, E. H. D. 


62 


Leman, J. F. 


476 


Lloyd, G. 


428 


Le march and, A. W. .. 


144 


Lloyd, G. E. 


419 


Lemarchand, F. P. ... 


112 


Lloyd, H. M. 


24 


Le march and, H. 


292 


Lloyd, J. D A. T. 


54 


Lemarchand, W. R. .. 


231 


Lloyd, L. S. 


486 


Leon, G. A. 


46 


Lloyd, M. M. 


135 


Lever, R. 


5'5 


Lloyd, R. H. 


• 185 


Levick, H. G. 


. 185 


Lock, J. G. C 


292 


Levick, J. R. 


169 


Lockhart, J. F. K. . 


379 


Levinge, G. M. T. 


496 


Lockley, E. H. 


38 



Index of Malvernians. 



607 







PAGE 




PAGE 


Lockwood, A. G. 


• • • 


319 


Ludlow, H. S. 


75 


Lofthouse, G. H. 


• ••. 


456 


Ludlow, W. R. 


44 


Lorn ax, J. 


• • • 


133 


Luff, H. C. W. 


428 


Lomax (formerly Smith), 


M. 87 


Lumsden, S. C. 


70 


Long, A. J. W. 


• • • 


200 


Lushington, A. W. 


78 


Long, F. F. 


•»• • 


78 


Lushington, C. F. 


371 


Long, R. C. 


« • • 


I02 


Lushington, C. M. 


19 


Longbourne, A. C. 


• * • 


428 


Luxton, F. W. 


225 


Longboume, J. 


• • • 


486 


Luxton, R. C. 


219 


Longbourne, W. L. 


I I'M 


460 


Lyon, R. E. 


148 


Longridge, A. O. C 


• • • 


352 


Lyons, R. de C. 


320 


Longridge, C. J. N. 


• • • 


28l 


Lysons, W. L. G. 


120 


Longridge, J. A. 


• • • 


254 


Macalister, A. I. 


320 


Lonsdale, H. 


• • • 


198 


Macalister, D. K. 


340 


Lorange, A. C. 


• • t 


26g 


Macalister, R. A. D. ... 


276 


Lord, F. E. 


. • . 


325 


Macan, H. T. 


460 


Louch, E. Q. 


• • • 


8l 


Macan, K. 


81 


Louch, H. Q. 


• • • 


129 


Mac Andrew, S. L. 


209 


Lousada, C. 


• • 


319 


Macaulay, C. C. 


269 


Lovatt, R. S. 


• • • 


5IO 


Macbeth, N. B. 


486 


Lovegrove, N. 


• • • 


213 


Macdona, A. L. 


449 


Lovett, B. T. 


. . . 


340 


Mace, C. W. 


37i 


Lovett, J. N. 




28l 


MacGregor, A. R. 


333 


Lovett, W. 


• a • 


2l6 


MacEwan, A. K. 


496 


Lowe, W. W. 


• • • 


248 


Mack, A. H. 


496 


Lower, C. A. 


• • • 


286 


Mackay, A. R. 


496 


Lower, G. E. 


• • ■ 


286 


Mackenzie, E. J. B. ... 


359 


Lowndes. R. C. 


• • • 


515 


Mackenzie, Fitz H. ... 


149 


Lowry, E. N. 


• • • 


I 4 I 


Mackenzie, K. B. 


309 


Lowsley, S. E. 


• • • 


320 


Mackenzie, T. C. 


479 


Lowther, H. C. 


• • • 


46 


MacKenzie, R. S. 


486 


Lowther, L. E. 


• • • 


l8l 


Mackworth, F. J. A. ... 


292 


Loxley, G. H. 


• • 


440 


Mac Lei Ian, P. 


276 


Luard, H. B. 


• • • 


I02 


Maclure, F. 


20 


Lucas, A. E. 


• • • 


23 


Macpherson, A. D. ... 


298 


Lucas, G. W. C. 


• • • 


346 


Macpherson, D. G. ... 


333 


Lucas, J. C. 


• • • 


419 


Macqueen, P. 


429 


Luckham, J. B. 


• • • 


169 


Maddick, D. C. 


419 


Lucy, C. A. 


• • • 


"5 


Maddock, J. F. 


15 


Lucy, E. E. 


• • • 


123 


Madeley, C. F. 


449 


Lucy, R. H. 


• • • 


141 


Madeley, G. H. 


379 



6o8 



Index of MAlvernians. 







PAGE 




PAGB 


Mahon, J. F. 


• * • 


54 


Martin, E. E. 


177 


Mahon, J. V. 


■ • • 


55 


Martin, E. L. 


292 


Mahon, W. H. 


■ • • 


54 


Martin, J. 


505 


Main price, C. 


• • • 


528 


Martin, R. C. 


189 


Maitland, R. W. 


• • • 


346 


Martin, T. I. 


15 


Malcolm-Sim, H. J. 


• • • 


533 


Martin, V. C. 


469 


Maling, C. T. 


• • • 


136 


Martyn, G. S. 


309 


Maling, F. T. 


• • 


136 


Mason, R. C. 


407 


Maling, R. W. E. H 


• • • • 


136 


Mason, W. O. 


3 


Malins, F. A. 


• • • 


15 


Massey, W. F. E. 


245 


Malins, H. 


• ■ • 


192 


Massy, R. 


41 


Mallett, K. L. 


• • • 


520 


Massy-Beresford, J. G 


r. B. 38 


Malley, W. A. D'O. 


• • • 


5 


Masterman, H. 


96 


Manders, A. E. B. 


• • • 


245 


Matchett, A. C. 


174 


Manders, E. I. 


• • • 


299 


Matchett, J. T. 


195 


Manders, R. H. W. 


• • • 


261 


Mather, E. E. 


506 


Mann, F. T. 


. • • 


505 


Mather, T. J. E. 


479 


1 Manners, A. 


• • • 


359 


Matterson, I. G. 


436 


Manning, G. A. 


■ • • 


163 


Matthew, R. W. 


363 


Manson, N. B. 


• • * 


505 


Matthews, F. 


49 


Manton, K. W. 


• • • 


276 


Maxwell, A. H. 


257 


r Mapleton, H. W. 


■ • • 


* 169 


Maxwell, G. 


249 


Mappin, F. C. 


• • ♦ 


429 


Maxwell, H.St. G. H. 


497 


Mappin, G. W. 


• • • 


302 


Maxwell, R. E. W. 


479 


Mappin, T. W. 


• • • 


302 


May, A. A. 


158 


Marden, O. W. 


■ • • 


123 


May, C. D. 


436 


Marden, T. O. 


• • • 


123 


May, G. C. 


155 


Marland, W. M. 


• ■ • 


76 


May, L. T. B. 


96 


Marriott, C. 


• • • 


429 


May, V. D. 


436 


Marriott, H. H. 


• • • 


254 


McAdam, H. C. V. 


261 


Marriott, R. C. E. 


• • • 


102 


McArthur, L. W. 


533 


Marsh, B. C. 


• • • 


505 


McBean, A. H. 


310 


Marsh, E. C. 


• ■ • 


136 


McCausland, O. S. 


149 


Marshall, A. 


• • • 


320 


McClellan, C. J. C 


216 


Marshall, C. 


• • • 


476 


McClellan, J. W. T. 


*55 


Marshall, C. C. 


• • • 


390 


McCleverty, A. H. 


352 


Marshall, S. R. 


• • • 


533 


McCleverty, G. M. 


469 


Marsh am, J. R. T. 


• • • 


469 


McCleverty, P. H. 


372 


Marston, F. J. 


• • • 


46 


McCleverty, R. J. 


396 


Marston, J. A. 


• • • 


407 


McCormick, F. 


497 


Martin, C. H. 


• • • 


242 


McCormick, H. 


515 



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PAGE 




PAGE 


McKay, C. M. 


231 


Mieville, H. C. 


266 


McKay, W. R. 


163 


Mieville, M. F. 


189 


McKenzie, C. F. 


372 


Milburn, B. 


520 


McKibbin, A. G. 


487 


Miles, C. H. A. 


487 


McKibbin, G. 


476 


Miles, E. 


292 


McKie, J. A. 


163 


Miles, H. A. H. 


3IO 


McKie, W. M. 


163 


Millard, P. C. 


123 


McKinlay, F. 


89 


Mills, J. G. 


460 


McLeod, C. E. 


7i 


Mills, W. F. (a) 


39 


McLeod, R. A. 


414 


Milne, G. B. 


200 


Mead, G. G. 


419 


Milner-Jones, E. W. . 


35 


Mealey, F. A. G. 


60 


Milner-Jones, F. E. . 


383 


Mealy, W. A. DO. . 


5 


Milner-Moore, D. O. . 


429 


Megginson, E. A. 


487 


Mil ward, L. S. 


129 


Meiklejon, J. R. C. 


372 


Mil ward, R. S. 


181 


Mellin, E. L. 


477 


Minchin, A. W. T. 


209 


Mellin, G. L. 


396 


Minchin, II. C. M. 


96 


Mellor, H. W. 


38 


Minchin, L. H.J. 


102 


Mellor, J. L. 


456 


Minett, C. F. 


7i 


Mellor, J. S. 


515 


Mitchell, A. J. 


213 


Melly, C. F. 


520 


Mitchell, C. 


310 


Melly, R. E. 


506 


Mitchell, F. C. 


237 


Mence, O. T. 


129 


Mitchell, F. J. 


169 


Meredith, L. B. 


276 


Mitchell, G. A. 


213 


Meredith, R. P. 


320 


Mitchell, f. H. 


81 


Merry, W. M. 


96 


Mitchell, W.F. 


261 


Messiter, F. G. ... 229 


Mitchelson, T. K. 


506 


Metcalfe, F. E. 


325 


Mitford, R. C. 


383 


Meugens, E. E. 


254 


Moberley, G. 


192 


Michael, C. A. 


396 


Moberley, H. S. 


220 


Michell, B. 


107 


Moffat, H. D. 


390 


Michell, J. C. ... 107 


Moilliett, A. K. 


383 


Michell, N. B. 


449 


Molyneux, A. J. 


293 


Michell, W. S. ... 107 


Molyneux, P. G. 


281 


Middleton, C. D. 


123 


Monckton, C. C. F. . 


192 


Middleton, C. W. 


44 


Money-Kyrle, A. G. . 


23 


Middleton, C. W. 


96 


Monk, G. L. 


429 


Middleton, L. N. 


497 


Monk, J. M. 


487 


Miers, J. E. 


506 


Monnington, R. C. 


281 



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PAGE 




PAGE 


Montealegre, C. E. . 


469 


Morrice, C. G. 


242 


de Montmorency, G. F. 267 


Morris, A. II. 


"5 


Moon, Mom R. 


333 


Morris, C. P. S. 


477 


Moore, B. W. 


163 


Morris, C W. C. 


372 


Moore, C. 


136 


Morris, V. H. 


204 


Moore, C. 


181 


Morris, F.J. M. OC- 


269 


Moore, C. A. 


310 


Morris, F. S. 


30 


Moore, C. H. 


281 


Morris, J. E. 


15 


Moore, C. H. S. 


115 


Morris, J. E. P. 


449 


Moore, C. J. L. 


429 


Morris, L. T. S. 


477 


Moore, F. (a) 


79 


Morris, M. 


141 


Moore, F. C. 


359 


Morris, M. L. O'C. ... 


189 


Moore, J. H. C. 


129 


Morris, W. L. 


352 


Moore, N. G. 


203 


Morrison, A. E. H. 


200 


Moore, R. E. 


120 


Morriss, G. G. 


469 


Moore, R. H. 


281 


Morrow, W. 


225 


Moore, S. C. L. 


359 


Morten, R. H. 


67 


Moore, W. T. 


44 


Morton, C. A. 


363 


Moore- Bay ley. J. 


429 


Morton, E. R. 


136 


Morant, A. 


497 


Morton, E. R. 


78 


Morant, E. E. W. 


460 


Morton, G. A. 


299 


Morant, J. G. 


480 


Morton, R. H. A. 


79 


Morcom.T.W. 


253 


Moser, R. C. 


302 


More, A. R. 


430 


Moss, H. K. 


226 


More, J. W. 


399 


Moss-Blundell, R. S. ... 


390 


More, L. D. 


399 


Mossman, F. A. T. ... 


310 


Morecroft, H. C. 


254 


Mott, A. E. 


254 


Morgan, C. J. 


130 


Mott, E. A. 


282 


Morgan, M. W. 


281 


Mott, W. S. 


310 


Morgan, R. 


262 


Mountain, F. A. R. ... 


90 


Morgan, T. 


262 


Mountain, H. 


363 


Morice, CD. 


107 


Mountain, K. A. 


506 


Morice, H. H. 


78 


Mousley, M. T. 


97 


Morice, N. 


158 


Mousley, T. P. 


76 


Morice, W. S. 


102 


Mouton, C. H. L. 


276 


Morley, R. A. 


209 


Mozley, D. E. 


510 


Morphew, H. 


340 


Mozley, J. K. 


39o 


Morphew, J. 


267 


Robson-Muller, K. R.... 


407 


Morres, W. T. 


220 


Robson-Mttller. O. V. ... 


469 



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i 





PAGE 




PAGE 


Mullings, F. T. 


229 


Newnham, C. E. 


■ 15 


Mullings, R. J. 


243 


Newnham, P. F. 


201 


Mullings, T. O. 


269 


Newton, H. 


372 


Munby, J. E. 


363 


Newton, N. 


470 


Munro, A. McL. 


189 


Newton, R. 


391 


Muntz, D. 


15 


Newton, W. 


130 


Murley, R. de C. 


383 


Nicholls, E. P. 


399 


Murray, A. 


487 


Nicholson, D. U. S. ... 


373 


Murray, A. H. 


396 


Nicholson, H. H. 


407 


Murray, D. S. 


310 


Nicholson, J. S. 


372 


Murray, L. McK. 


333 


Nickels, T. A. 


399 


Murray, T. O. 


449 


Nicoll, G. C. 


282 


Murray, V. 


181 


Nicolls, F. L. 


470 


Musgrave, J. E. 


477 


Nicolls, f.G. 


.23 


Musson, S. P. 


130 


Nisbett, W. G. 


132 


Mylne, C. E. 


470 


Nobes, F. J. 


506 


Mynors, A. B. 


174 


Noel, M. W. 


5i5 


Napier, L. 


487 


Norbury, B. 


326 


Nash, A. P. 


141 


Norman, D. G. 


45o 


Nash, E. R. 


3H 


Norman, G. B. B. 


13 


Nattriss, J. H. 


49 


Norris, E. E. 


174 


Naylor, U. S. 


311 


Nors worthy, F. W. ... 


39i 


Negretti, H. N. 


364 


Norsworthy, II. H. ... 


364 


Negretti, P. E. 


364 


Norsworthy, H. M. ... 


470 


Neill, J. 


320 


Norton, F. II. 


506 


Neill, R. 


229 


Nothwanger, C. If. 


373 


Nell, E.J. 


262 


Nothwanger, R. G. ... 


299 


Nell, H.W. 


286 


Nott, F. R. II. 


124 


Nevinson, G. R. G. ... 


470 


Nugent, G.R. H. 


249 


Nevile, C. J. 


45o 


Nunneley, C. F. 


407 


Nevile, G. II. 


276 


Nunneley, J. C. 


347 


Newby, W. C. 


62 


Nussey, T. W. 


189 


Newham, (1. B. G. 


286 


Nutt, H.J. 


87 


Newhouse, R. P. 


57 


Oakey, G. J. 


286 


Newill, C. E. 


66 


Oakley, F. P. 


115 


Newitt, J. R. H. 


249 


O'Brien, P. H. 


103 


Newland, C. F. W. ... 


io 3 


O'Brien, P. W. 


149 


Newland, J. C. 


450 


O'Brien, R. M. 


149 


Newnham, A. T. H. (a) 


81 


Ockleston, T. O. 


196 



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PAGE 






PAGE 


O'Donoghue, A. G. 


• • • 


155 


Palmer, S. E. 


• • • 


41 


O'Donoghue, F. H. 


• • • 


155 


Palmer, W. V. 


• • • 


497 


O'Farrell, E. H. M. 


• • • 


39 1 


Pardoe, E. W. 


• • • 


450 


Ogden, E. C. 


• • • 


2O4 


Pardoe, J. H. 


* • • 


169 


Ogden, F. W. M. 


• • • 


204 


Pardoe, O. T. 


» • • 


137 


Ogilvie, A. W. 


• • • 


407 


Parker, A. C. 


• ■ • 


232 


Oliver, C. G. 


• • • 


520 


Parker, H. S. W. 


• * • 


379 


Oliver, F. S. 


• • • 


436 


Parker, H. W. 


• • • 


379 


Oliver, J. S. 


• • • 


44I 


Parkes, A. F. U. 


• » • 


34i 


Oliver, W. E. 


• • • 


506 


Parkes, G. B. 


• « • 


510 


Olivier, J. 


• • • 


8l 


Parkes, R. G. 


• • • 


533 


O'Neill, H. du B. 


. • . 


262 


Parkes, T. C. H. 


• • • 


470 


Onslow, A. D. 




470 


Parky n, D. A. 


« • • 


267 


Oppenheim, E. C. 


• • • 


192 


Parkyns, G. A. 


• • • 


82 


Ord, J. W. B. 


• • • 


82 


Parlby, W. C. H. 


• • • 


97 


Ord, S. 


• • • 


82 


Parrott, W. L. 


• • • 


277 


Orde, J. B. 


• • » 


487 


Parnall, T. M. 


• • • 


132 


Orde, P. L. 




487 


Parry, G. W. 


■ • • 


15 


Orgill, F. T. 


• • • 


333 


Parsons, H. 


• ♦ • 


90 


Orr, J. B. 


• • • 


430 


Parsons, J. A. 


• • • 


373 


Osborne, C. H. 


• • • 


399 


Parsons, R. M. P. 


• • • 


90 


Osborne, S. M. 


• • • 


216 


Parsons, W. J. 


• • • 


34i 


Ottley, W. H. T. 


♦ • • 


506 


de Pass, C. 


• • • 


359 


Ould, S. E. 


• • • 


352 


de Pass, H. 


• • • 


359 


Owen, A. de B. 


• • • 


76 


Paterson, A. W. S. 


• • 


334 


Owen, A. G. L. 


• • • 


533 


Paterson, T. F. 


• • • 


46 


Owen, S. 


• • • 


46 


Paton, J. S. 


• • • 


97 


Owen, O. 


• • • 


414 


Pattisson, W. E. L. 


• • • 


4*5 


Oxenham, A. K. N. 


• • • 


39i 


Pavitt, L. A. 


• ■ • 


460 


Page, A. J. 


• • • 


112 


Payne, K. B. T. S. 


• • • 


441 


Page, C. C. 


» • • 


408 


Paynter, E. C. 


* • • 


379 


Paget, G. L. 


• • • 


420 


Paynter, F. B. de F. 


• ■• 


267 


Paine, F. H. 


• • • 


520 


Paul, G. D. 


• ♦• 


116 


Palliser, H. A. P. 


• » • 


341 


Paul, J. H. 


• •• 


507 


Palm, H. L. 


• • • 


415 


Peacock, C. F. 


• •• 


19 


Palmer, C. E. 


• • • 


333 


Peacock, G. A. 


• • • 


103 


Palmer, C. H. 


• * • 


87 


Peacock, H. B. 


• • • 


347 


Palmer, C. H. 


• • • 


400 


Peacock, H. W. 


• • * 


520 


Palmer, E. L. 


• • • 


44 


Peake, J. 


• • • 


33 


Palmer, H. G. 


, . 


520 


Peake, J. D. 


• • • 


5i 


Palmer, J. H. G. 


• • • 


415 


Pearce, G. O. 


• •• 


521 



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PAGE 






PAGE 


Pearse, F. W. 


• • • 


277 


Perks, W. 


• • • 


60 


Pearse, S. W. 


• • • 


229 


Perrins, R. 


• •• 


255 


Pearson, C. H. 


« • • 


277 


Persse, F. F. 


• • • 


41 


Pearson, C. J. 


• • ♦ 


487 


Perry, A. W. 


• • • 


I30 


Pearson, F. H. 


• • • 


334 


Perry, G. H. P. 


• ■ • 


226 


Pearson, G. P. R. 


• • • 


277 


Perry, G. S. 


• • • 


262 


Pearson, M. C. 


• • • 


380 


Perry, H. 


• • • 


415 


Pearson, R. T. 


• •♦ 


533 


Perry, H. K. 


• • • 


492 


Pease, J. E. 


• • • 


196 


Perry, J. E. 


• • • 


243 


Peatfield, C. D. 


• • • 


334 


Peters, E. G. S. 


• •• 


198 


Pechell, P. B. 


• • • 


534 


Peters, G. H. B. 


• « • 


359 


Pedder, E. W. N. 


• • • 


149 


Peters, J. S. 


• • 


120 


Peel, L. M. 


• • • 


3" 


Peters, W. H. S. 


• • • 


! 59 


Peel, R. L. 


• • • 


488 


Petheram, F. H. 


. • . 


347 1 


Peel, W. 


• • « 


213 


Petrie, A. R. 


• •• 


408 


Peele, R. de C. 


• • • 


120 


Petrie, A. S. 


• • • 


3" ! 


Pegg, K H. 


• • • 


528 


Phelips, G. E. F. 


• • • 


326 | 


Pelling, R. 


• • • 


380 


Phelps, R. W. 


■ • • 


434 


Pelly, H. R. 


• • • 


480 


Philipps, A. P. C. 


• • • 


334 


Pelly, V. G. 


• • « 


373 


Philips, J. A. D. 


• • • 


277 


Pemberton, F. P. C. 


• • • 


441 


Phillimore, P. 


• • * 


441 


Pemberton, T. E. 


• • • 


334 


Phillips, A. W. 


• • • 


7i 


Pembroke, A. B. 


• • • 


267 


Phillips, B. J. D. 


• • • 


311 1 


Pembroke, A. G. 


• • V 


267 


Phillips, F. W. 


« « • 


237 


Pembroke, P. J. 


• •• 


159 


Phillips, G. A. 


• • 


521 


Pennefather, E. C. 


• * 


364 


Phillips, G. F: 


• • • 


311 


Pennington, J. H. 


• • ■ 


222 


Phillips, HA. 


■ • • 


103 


Pennington, T. S. 


• • • 


222 


Phillips, H.J. 


• • • 


293 


Penny, F. W. 


• • • 


477 


Phillips, J. H. 


• • • 


293 


Pentland, G. C C. 


• • • 


534 


Phillips, J. H. 


♦ • • 


326 


Pepys, W. E. 


• • • 


430 


Phillips, J. R. 


• • • 


132 


Perceval, A. S. 


• • • 


27 


Phillips, M. A. 


• V • 


45o 


Percival, H. S. 


• • • 


192 


Phillips, R. E. G. 


• • » 


497 


Peren, R. H. 


■ • • 


137 


Phillips. R. K. 


• • • 


44 


Perkins, H. W. 


• • • 


192 


Phillips, T. 


• • • 


249 


Perks, A. 


• • • 


8 


Pickersgill, S. H. 


• • • 


497 


Perks, E. K 


• • 


420 


Picot, P. S. 


• • • 


521 


Perks, J . 


■ • 


44 


Pidcock, A. de H. P. 


• • • 


if) 


Perks, M. C. (a) 


• • • 


420 


Pidgeon, G. D. 


• • • 


528 



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Piggott, H. E. 

Pigot, T. C. W. 

Pike, H.S. 

Pike, S. W. 

Pike, T. M. (a) 

Pilkington, G. 

Pirn, A. H. 

Pim, A. W. 

Pirn, F. A. 

Pinder, A. H. 

Pine-Coftin, R. 

Pinhorn, P. R. 

Pinkerton, E. C. E. 

Pirouet, H. G. 

Pitman, A. C. 

Pitt, H. L. 

Piatt, R. E. 

de Pledge, H. G. 

Plumptre, J. V. N. 

Podmore, J. H. 

Pole, C E. van N. 

Polehampton, C. A. 

Polehampton, E. H. 

Pollock, H. B. 

Pollock, M. G. 

Ponsonby, A. 

Ponsonby, C. P. 

Ponsonby, G. 

Pontifex, H. A. 

Poole, I. M. C. 

Poom 

Popham, E. H. 

Popham, H. E. H.N. 

Poppelwell, H. F. W 

Porch, R. B. 

Porch, R. C. 

Portal, G. E. 

Porter, G. 

Porter, H. 



PAGE 

352 Porter, R. H. 

277 Post, R. M. 

170 Poston, W. J. L. 

103 Potter, C. K. 

169 Potter, G. L. 

103 Potter, G. P. 

52 Potter, S. H. 

41 Potter, M. 

39 Potter, W. E. 

470 Potter, W. N. 

237 Potts, C. 

436 Potts, F. H. 

408 Potts, J. A. 

293 Powell, A. T. 

182 Powell, E. D. M. 

521 Powell, F. A. 

303 Powell, F. C. 

97 Powell, G. R. 

182 Powell, J. J. 

497 Powell, J. L. H. 

237 Powell, L. V. 

141 Power, F. D. 

163 Power, J. D. 

408 Pownall, C. G. P. 

373 Powys, W. R. L. 

1 6 Powys-Keck, H. J. 

16 Prain, T. 

16 Prasob 

383 Pratt, B. 

312 Pratt, B. W. H. 

408 Pratt, E. S. 

41 Pratt, W. B. T. 

341 Preece, F. H. 

90 Prest, H. E. W. 

245 Preston, A. J. D. 

326 Preston, C. O'D. 

525 Preston, E. C. 

133 Prichard, E. L. 

326 Prichard, E. T. 



PAGE 

326 

373 

364 

303 

341 
408 

282 

507 
420 

420 

55 
8 

33 

409 

277 

47i 
488 
144 

130 

312 

45o 

7i 

44 
204 

55 
226 

488 

450 
380 
380 
380 
249 

237 

534 

45i 
480 

149 

460 

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615 



Prichard. G. H. 
Price, W. H. 
Pridmore, G. E. 
Prince, A. L. 
Prince, R. 
Pring, H. R. 
Pring, W. J. 
Pringle, N. D. 
Prior, A. H. 
Prior, H. M 
Prior, J. 
Pritchard, C. G 
Pritchard, C. T. 
Pritt, E. H. 
Pritt, F. A. 
Pritt, G. A. 
Pritt, G. C. 
Pritt N. H. 
Prothero, J. E. D. 
Puckle, J. 
Pugh, C. R. 
Pugh, H. R. 
Pulestoh, C. W. 
Pullan, A. G. P. 
Pullan, H. A. S. 
Pullan, H. W. 
Pullan, P. D. 
Pulling, J. B. 
Pulman, W. P. 
Purcell, G. 
Purnell, W. J. G. 
Purnell, W. O. U. 
Pybus, W. H. L. 
Pyman, B. 
Quartermain, J. S. 
Quihampton, H. 
Quihampton, W. 
Raban, R. B. C. 
Radcliffe, G. H. 
Radford, L. C. 
Rae, G. R. 



PAGE 






PAGE 


5 


Raine, A. O. 


• • • 


25 


IO 


Raine, J. 


• • • 


66 


155 


Ramsbotham, E. 


• • • 


8 


320 


Ramsbotham, E. G. 


• • ♦ 


41 


334 


Ramsbotham, H. 


• • • 


57 


174 


Ramsbotham, P. B. 


• • * 


39 


174 


Ranger, C. L. A. 


• ■ • 


45« 


437 


Ran some, C. A. H. 


• • • 


262 


488 


Ran some, V. A. C. 


■ • • 


262 


352 


Ratcliff, L. S. 


■ • 


262 


76 


Rathbone, C. A. 


• • • 


312 


220 


Rath bone, C. E. 


• • • 


353 


528 


Rathbone, G. B. 


• • • 


430 


250 


Rawcliffe, C. B. 


• • • 


488 


159 


Rawlence, E. G. 


■ • * 


507 


250 


Rawlins, M. N. M. 


• • • 


380 


213 


Rawlinson, C. C. 


• • • 


97 


193 


Rawlinson, C. R. 


« • • 


353 


451 


Rawlinson, G. C. 


• • • 


182 


206 


Rawlinson, J. B. 


• • • 


186 


33 


Rawson, CD. 




409 


33 


Rea, J. T. R. 


• • • 


116 


39 


Read, G. J. 


• • • 


420 


3^i 


Read, J. D. 


• • • 


420 


293 


Read, J. J. 


• • • 


57 


182 


Reade, B. C. 


• ■ • 


45i 


201 


Reader, G. E. H. 


• • • 


437 


488 


Redfern, A. F. 


• • • 


360 


5io 


Redmayne, J. F. S. 




76 


293 


Redmayne, R. N. 


• ♦ • 


76 


282 


Redmayne, T. F. 


• m m 


76 


360 


Reece, E. L. B. 


• • • 


245 


226 


Reed, F. H. E. 


■ • • 


441 


521 


Reed, T. 


• • ■ 


47i 


90 


Reeves, E. H. 


• • • 


263 


471 


Reeves, R. C. 


• • • 


277 


488 


Reeves, T. S. 


• • • 


232 


360 


Regester, O. 


• • • 


282 


196 


Reid, A. 


• • • 


480 


198 


Reid, J. C. C. 


• • • 


383 


461 


Reid, J. H. W. 


• • • 


137 



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PAGE 


Reid, R. N. 


• • • 


409 


Ridley-Shield, C. 


■ • • 


4OO 


Reid, W. R. 


• • ■ 


326 


Ridley-Shield, C. 


• • • 


489 


Remington, E. 


• ■ • 


71 


Ridley-Shield, G. E. 


• • * 


353 


Remington, J. S. 


• • V 


222 


Ridley-Shield, N. 


• • • 


489 


Renshaw, C. L. 


• • • 


521 


Ridsdale, A. F. 


• • • 


217 


Re veil, J. W. 


♦ • ♦ 


498 


Ridsdale, C. H. 


• • • 


226 


Rew, J. 


• • • 


193 


Rigby, W. J. E. 


■ ■ 


451 


Reynolds, C. E. 


• • • 


373 


Rivington, R. C. 


• • • 


189 


Reynolds, D. 


• • • 


409 


Roberts, A. 


• • • 


144 


Reynolds, F. L. 


.. 


409 


Roberts, A. S. 


• • • 


353 


Reynolds, H. R. P. 


• • • 


489 


Roberts, E. H. G. 


• • • 


528 


Reynolds, P. G. 


• • • 


214 


Roberts, E. W. 


■ • • 


480 


Reynolds, R.G. (see Addenda) 537 


Roberts, F. E. 


• •• 


321 


Reynolds, S. 


• • • 


210 


Roberts, H. 


• • • 


312 


Rhodes, G. A. 


• • • 


250 


Roberts, H. A. 


• • • 


144 


Rhodes, T. B 


• •• 


243 


Roberts, J. B. 


• ■ * 


400 


de Rhodes, S. M. H 


• • • 


360 


Robertson, F. T. 


• • • 


67 


Rhys, O. L. 


• • • 


270 


Robertson, G. D. 


• • • 


210 


Ricardo, W. H. 


• • • 


43o 


Robertson, G. S. 


• • • 


47i 


Richards, A. E. 


• • • 


156 


Robertson, H. M. 


♦ ♦ • 


498 


Richards, C. A. 


• • • 


534 


Robertson, M. W. 


• • • 


45i 


Richards, C. E. 


• • • 


430 


Robertson -Rodger, G. B. 


52i 


Richards, E. W. 


• » • 


47 


Robins, W. H. R. 


• • * 


293 


Richards, J. G. 


• • • 


510 


Robinson, A. F. [a) 


• •• 


20 


Richards, L. 


• • • 


196 


Robinson, A. H. 


• • • 


232 


Richards, W. R. 


• • • 


534 


Robinson, C. R. 


• •• 


383 


Richardson, E. J. 


. • • 


5i5 


Robinson, E. A. 


• • • 


43i 


Richardson, F. G. 


• • • 


334 


Robinson, E. H. 


• • • 


400 


Richardson, S. P. 


• • • 


521 


Robinson, E. L. 


• • ♦ 


492 


Rickards, M. C. A. 


• •• 


312 


Robinson, E. W. 


• • • 


516 


Rickards, T. M. 


• • • 


521 


Robinson, G. A. H. 


• • • 


534 


Ricketts, G. 


• • • 


299 


Robinson, G. C. 


• •• 


534 


Ricketts, L. 


• • • 


374 


Robinson, G. H. 


• • • 


3i 


Ricketts, W. B. 


• • V 


133 


Robinson, G. H. 


• • • 


441 


Riddle, H. A. 


• •• 


326 


Robinson, G. St. G. 


• • • 


492 


Rideout, F. M. 


• • • 


431 


Robinson, G. W. 


• • • 


534 


Ridley, E. H. 


• • • 


150 


Robinson, H. W. 


> • • 


39 


Ridley, F. 


• • 


149 


Robinson, J. B. 


. . • 


124 


Ridley, P. W. 


• • « 


150 


Robinson, J. C. 


• « • 


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PAGE 


Robinson, L. F. T. 


• • • 


20I 


Rothwell, C. F. U. 


• • 


4OO 


Robinson, L. N. 


• • • 


20I 


Routh, R. A. 


• • • 


. 43' 


Robinson, R. P. 


• • • 


137 


Routley, R. H. C. 


• • • 


431 


Robinson, S. M. 


• • • 


232 


Rowlands, H. J. 


• • • 


186 


Robinson, T. A. 


• • • 


177 


Rowlands, O. W. 


• • 


2IO 


Robinson, T. H. 


1 1 • 


60 


Rowlands, R. 


• • • 


177 


Robinson, T. H. 


• • t 


I 5 6 


Rowlandson, G. D. 


• # • 


IO4 


Robinson, W. A. B. 


• • • 


321 


Rudgard, H. J. 


• • • 


182 


Robinson -Embury, R. P. 


137 


Russell, J. S. 


• • • 


I30 


Robson, A. B. U. 


• • • 


327 


Russell, L. 


• • • 


299 


Robson, E. G. U. 


• t • 


380 


Russell