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RUGBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



VOLUME III. 



FROM MAY, 1874, TO MAY, 1904. 




REVISED AND ANNOTATED BY 
REV. A. T. MICHELL, O.R., M. A 

FELLOW OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES. 



PRINTED FOR SUBSCRIBERS BY 

A. J. LAWRENCE, MARKET PLACE, RUGBY. 

MDCCCCIV. 



RUGBY : 

A. J. LAWRENCE, PRINTER, 
MARKET PLACE. 




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PREFACE. Ill 



PREFACE. 



THIS volume comprises a second edition of the portion of the 
School Register printed in 1891, and a continuation of the list of 
admissions from Easter, 1887, to the present term. The names, as 
is well known, are taken from the Headmaster's Album, and the 
revision consists in replacing, where possible, by full names the 
initials by which alone some of the parents have been registered ; 
in adding changes of their rank or title ; in inserting the letters O.R., 
followed by the dates of their entering the School, when the fact 
of their being themselves Old Rugbeians has been ascertained ; 
in correcting mistakes in the names of the sons, and in stating the 
order of their birth, whenever this information has been supplied ; 
and lastly, in. giving the date of leaving. In the annotation the 
design has been to append to each name the principal School, 
College, and other educational honours or distinctions; the entry 
upon any profession or business, with dates ; and the present 
address. An Athletic Record is also included, but is confined to 
the principal School Events, the Football XV., the Cricket XL, 
the Shooting VIII., the Racquet Pair, and the Crick Run. An 
asterisk following the numerals denotes the position of twelfth man 
for cricket, or its equivalent in football or shooting. 

The Register Forms, instituted in 1891, to be filled up by boys 
in their first term, and to supply details not contained in the Album, 
have proved of great value in revising the entries, which ought to 
be now nearly perfect. For the annotation, circulars have been 
posted to all Old Rugbeians of the period embraced, but the 
percentage of replies has been very low, and many of the replies were 
incomplete. To trace the careers of those who failed to reply, lists 
have been sent to all House Masters ; and local lists to Old 
Rugbeians in some thirty of the large towns ; and the Editor has 
received much help from these sources. 



IV PREFACE. 



Among the entries of those who are still in the School, it will 
be observed that in some instances the name of the House Master 
is not given. In recent years it has been customary for boys to 
board for their first term or more in what are known as Small 
Houses, awaiting a vacancy in the House for which their names 
have been entered. These Small Houses are all reckoned as 
" Town," but that word is only printed when a boy has left the 
School before a vacancy in a Boarding House occurred. In these 
cases an asterisk follows the word Town. Where no House is 
inserted, it must be understood that the boy is still waiting for a 
vacancy. 

Besides those mentioned above, the Editor's thanks are specially 
due to Dr. James for his appeal to the Press, and other help ; to 
Morris Davies, O.R., for his untiring zeal in this, as in all Rugby 
interests ; and to A. J. Lawrence, O.R., whose readiness to under- 
take the publication of books relating to the School deserves the 
fullest recognition ; and above all to W. G. Michell, who, though 
not an O.R., has taken the greatest interest in the work, and who 
not only afforded very considerable help in the collection of inform- 
ation, but, by brushing aside certain difficulties which stood in the 
way of a revision of the entire Register, made the issue of this 
edition practicable, and may thus be considered the father of 
the work. 

SHERIFFHALES, 

July, 1904. 



CONTENTS. 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME III, 



TRUSTEES OF THE SCHOOL - vi 

GOVERNING BODY - vii 

HEADMASTERS - - viii 

ASSISTANT MASTERS AND TUTORS - ix 

BOARDING HOUSES XV 

ENTRANCES UNDER 

YEAR. 

1874. THOMAS WILLIAM JEX-BLAKE, D.D. - I 

1887. JOHN PERCIVAL, D.D. - 133 

1895. HERBERT ARMITAGE JAMES, D.D. - - 2l8 

ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA - 307 

FURTHER ADDENDA TO VOLS. I. AND II. - 309 

INDEX 312 

LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS - - 350 



VI TRUSTEES. 



TRUSTEES OF RUGBY SCHOOL. 



1874. 

Henry Christopher Wise, Esq., M.P., Woodcote, Leamington. Died 1883. 

Most Hon. Francis George Hugh, 5th Marquis of Hertford. Died 1884. 

Right Hon. George Guy, 4th Earl of Warwick, Warwick Castle. Died 1893. 

Right Hon. William Henry, 2nd Baron Leigh, Stoneleigh Abbey. 

Right Hon. Charles Bowyer, ist Baron Norton, Hams Hall. 

Right Hon. Charles Newdigate Newdegate, M.P., Arbury, Nuneaton. Died 1887. 

Ven. Archdeacon Charles William Holbech, Farnborough. Died 1901. 

His Grace John Winston, ;th Duke of Marlborough, K.G. Died 1883. 

William Bromley Davenport, Esq., M.P., Baginton Hall, Coventry. Died 1884. 

Colonel John Sidney North, M.P., Wroxton Abbey, Banbury. Died 1894. 

Right Rev. Henry, Lord Bishop of Worcester. Died 1891. 

Evelyn Philip Shirley, Esq., Eatington Hall, Stratford-on-Avon. Died 1882. 

The following were appointed in the years stated : 

1883. Right Hon. Victor Albert, ;th Earl of Jersey, Middleton Park, Bicester. 

1883. Right Hon. Francis Richard, 5th Earl of Warwick, Warwick Castle. 

1884. Right Hon. Sir Frederick Peel, K.C.M G., Hampton-in-Arden. 
1884. John Stratford Dugdale, Esq., Recorder of Birmingham. 
1884. Sir Philip Albert Muntz, Bart., M.P., Dunsmore, Rugby. 

1887. Right Hon. John Poyntz, 5th Earl Spencer, K.G., Althorp Park. 

1890. Most Hon. Hugh de Grey, 6th Marquis of Hertford, Ragley Hall. 

1890. Rev. Canon Charles Evans. Resigned July, died 18 August, 1904. 

1894. Francis Alexander Newdegate, Esq., M.P., Arbury, Nuneaton. 

1901. Sir John Arthur Godley, K.C.B. 

1904. Alfred Fowell Buxton, Esq. 



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GOVERNING BODY. 



1874. 

Right Rev. Henry, Lord Bishop of Worcester. Died 1891. 

Most Rev. Frederick, afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury. Died 1902. 

Most Hon. Francis George Hugh, 5th Marquis of Hertford. Died 1884. 

His Grace John Winston, ;th Duke of Marlborough, K.G. Died 1883. 

Right Hon. William Henry, 2nd Baron Leigh. 

Right Hon. Charles Bowyer, ist Baron Norton. 

Very Rev. George Granvillc Bradley, Dean of Westminster. Died 1903. 

Rev. William Henry Bateson, D.D , Master of St. John's College, Cambridge. 

Died 1881. 

Right Hon. Charles Newdigate Newdegate, M.P. Died 1887. 
Professor Henry John Stephen Smith, F.R.S. Died 1883. 
Sir George Ketilby Rickards, K.C.B. Died 1889. 
Right Hon. Ralph Wheeler Lingen, ist Baron Lingen. Resigned 1901. 

The following were appointed in the years stated : 

1881. Rev. Joseph Bickersteth Mayor, Cambridge. 

1883. Right Hon. Francis Richard, 5th Earl of Warwick. Resigned 1901. 

1883. Right Hon. John, 3rd Baron Rayleigh, F.R.S. Resigned 1892. 

1884. Theodore Walrond, Esq., C.B , Civil Service Commissioner. Died 1887. 
1887. Right Hon. John Poyntz, gth Karl Spencer, K.G. 

1887. Right Hon. George Joachim, ist Viscount Goschen. Resigned 1895. 

1890. Sir John Arthur Godley, K.C B. 

1890. Rev. Canon Charles Evans. Resigned July, died 18 August, 1904. 

1892. Sir Arthur William Rucker, F.R.S. 

1895. Right Hon. Sir Frederick Peel, K.C M.G. 

1902. Henry Lee Warner, Esq., Swaffham, Norfolk. 

1903. Right Rev. Archibald, Lord Bishop of Exeter. 
1903. Right Hon. William, 2nd Baron Sandhurst. 
1903. Arthur Sidgwick, Esq.. Oxford. 



V11J HEADMASTERS. 



HEADMASTERS OF RUGBY SCHOOL. 



1874. Thomas William Jex-Blake, D.D. 

Entered Rugby School, August, 1844. Third School Exhibitioner, 1851. 
Scholar of University College, Oxford, 1851, First Class Classical 
Moderations, 1853, B.A., First Class Final Classical School, 1855. 
Fellow and Tutor of Queen's College, 1855, M.A. 1857. Assistant 
Master at Rugby School, 1858-68. Principal of Cheltenham College, 
1868-74. B. and D.D. 1874. Elected Headmaster of Rugby School, 
1874. Resigned 1887. Rector of Alvechurch, 1887. F.S.A. 1889. 
Dean of Wells, 1891. Athenaeum Club. For list of published works 
see Crock ford, 1904. 



1887. John Percival, D.D. 

Educated at Appleby Grammar School. Scholar of Queen's College, 
Oxford, 1854, Junior Mathematical Scholar, 1855, Double First Class 
Moderations, 1856, B.A., Double First Class, 1858, M.A. 1861, Fellow 
1858-63. D.D. by Diploma, 1895. Hon. LL.D. of St. Andrew's, 1875. 
Headmaster of Clifton College, 1862-78. President of Trinity College, 
Oxford, 1878-87. Canon of Bristol, 1882-87. Elected Headmasterof 
Rugby School, 1887. Resigned 1895. Consecrated Lord Bishop of 
Hereford, 1895. Athenaeum Club. 



1895. Herbert Armitage James, D.D. 

Educated at Abergavenny Grammar School. Scholar of Lincoln 
College, Oxford, First Class Classical Moderations, 1865, B.A., First 
Class Final Classical School, 1867, Fellow of St. John's College, 1869-87, 
M.A. 1870, B.D. 1874, D.D. 1895. Assistant Master at Marlborough 
College, 1872-75. Headmaster of Rossall School, 1875-86. Dean of 
St. Asaph, 1886-89. Headmaster of Cheltenham College, 1889-95. 
Elected Headmaster of Rugby School, 1895. Athenaeum Club. For 
list of published works see Crock ford, 1904. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS. IX 



ASSISTANT MASTERS AND TUTORS. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS TO DR. JEX-BLAKE. 

1874. George Nutt, M.A., appointed Easter, 1874. Died 2 March, 1895. Winchester 
College, 1858-64. Scholar of New College, Oxford, 1864. First 
Class Classical Moderations, 1866, Greek Verse, 1866, First Class Final 
Classical School, 1868, B.A. 1869, Craven Scholar, 1869, Fellow of 
Exeter College, 1869, M.A. 1871. Assistant Master at Cheltenham 
College, 1870-74. 

1874. The Rev. Francis David Morice, M.A., appointed September, 1874. Left 1895. 

Uppingham School, 1860-64. Winchester College, 1864-66. Scholar 
of New College, Oxford, 1866, Second Class Classical Moderations, 1868, 
First Class Final Classical School, 1870, B.A. 1871, Fellow of Queen's 
College, 1871, Lecturer, 1871-74, latin Essay, 1871, Craven Scholar, 

1872, M.A. 1873. 

1875. Arthur Edward Donkin, M.A., appointed Easter, 1875. Eton College, 1859-62. 

Scholar of University College, Oxford, 1866, First Class Mathematical 
Moderations, 1867, B.A., First Class Final Mathematical School, 1869, 
Fellow of Exeter College, 1870, M.A. 1872. Tutor of Keble College, 

1873. Master at Magdalen College School, 1873-75. 

1875. George Lovett Bennett, M.A., appointed Easter, 1875. Left July, 1877. 
Rugby School, 1861-65. Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
1867, B.A., Second Class Classical Tripos, 1869, M.A. 1872. Head- 
master of Plymouth College, 1877. Headmaster of Sutton Valence 
School, 1883. Constitutional Club. 

1875. Linnaeus Gumming, M.A., appointed September, 1875. Persse Grammar 

School, 1853-59. Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, Seventh 
Wrangler, 1865, B.A. 1865, M.A. 1868. Science Master at Cheltenham 
College, 1869, Head Mathematical Master, 1872. A Member of the 
"Eclipse" Expedition to Sicily, 1870, 1871. 

1876. John Collins, M.A., appointed January, 1876. Rugby School, 1863-67. 

Second Rugby Exhibitioner, 1867. Scholar of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, 1867, B.A., Sixth Classic, 1871, Fellow, 1874, M.A. 1874. 
Assistant Master at Clifton College, 1871-75. United University Club. 

1877. Walter Gordon Michell, M. A., appointed September, 1877. Wellington College, 

Scholar and Exhibitioner, 1867-73. Scholar of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, 1872, B.A., Fourth Classic, 1877, Fellow 1879, M.A. 1879. 
Union Club, Trafalgar Square. 

1877. Henry Whitehead, M.A., appointed September, 1877. Left Easter, 1878. 
Sherborne School. Scholar of Trinity College, Oxford, 1873, First 
Class Classical Moderations, 1874, B.A., First Class Final Classical 
School, 1877, Fellow, 1877, Lecturer, 1878-82, Ordained, 1879, M.A. 
1880, Bursar, 1881, Tutor, 1882. Principal of Bishops College, 
Calcutta, 1883-99. Consecrated Lord Bishop of Madras, 1899. 

6 



ASSISTANT MASTERS. 



1878. George Campbell Macaulay, M. A., appointed Easter, 1878. Left July, 1887. 
Eton College, 1863-72. Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1872, 
B.A., Third Classic, 1876, Fellow, 1878, M.A. 1878. Professor of 
English in the University College of Wales, Aberystwith. 

1878. Charles Godfroy Steel, M.A., appointed Easter, 1878. Rugby School, 1867-73. 

Head of the School. Exhibitioner, 1873. University College, Oxford, 
First Class Classical Moderations, 1875, B.A., First Class Final Classical 
School, 1877, M.A. 1880. 

1879. William Wallis English, M.A., appointed Easter, 1879 Left 1893. Died 

1900. Shrewsbury School, 1868-74. Scholar of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, 1874, B.A., Third Classic, 1878, Chancellor's Classical 
Medallist, 1878, Fellow, 1878, M.A. 1880. 

1879. Charles Henry Hodges, M.A., appointed Easter, 1879. Left September, 1888. 
Carlisle Grammar School. Exhibitioner of Queen's College, Oxford, 
1872, First Class Mathematical Moderations, 1874, B.A., First Class 
Final Mathematical School, 1876, M.A. 1879. Assistant Master at 
Radley College, 1876-79. Headmaster of the Grammar School, Towns- 
ville, Queensland, 1888-1901. Headmaster of the Church of England 
Grammar School, North Shore, Sydney, from 1901. 

1879. William Parker Brooke, M.A., appointed September, 1879. Haileybury College, 

1864-69. Scholar, 1864. Exhibitioner, 1869. Exhibitioner of King's 
College, Cambridge, 1869, B.A., Eighth Classic, 1873, Fellow, 1873. 
Assistant Master at Fettes College, Edinburgh, 1876-79. 

1880. Thomas Mitchener Lindsay, appointed March, 1880. Teacher of Drawing and 

Curator of the Art Museum. Medallist, South Kensington, 1861. 
Queen's Medallist, South Kensington, 1862. Headmaster of the School 
of Art, Cape Town, 1864. Headmaster of the Government School of 
Art, Belfast, 1870. Art Examiner, Intermediate Education, Ireland, 1881. 

1883. George Stallard, M.A., appointed Easter, 1883. Hurstpierpoint School, 

'865-73. Keble College, Oxford, B.A., First Class Natural Science 
School, 1876, M.A. 1879. A Master at Bedford County School, 1877-79. 
At St. Paul's School, 1879-83. 

1884. The Rev. William Henry Payne-Smith, M.A., appointed January, 1884. 

Marlborough College, 1864-71. Exhibitioner, 1871. Scholar of Trinity 
College, Oxford, 1871, First Class Classical Moderations, 1873, Second 
Class Final Classical School, 1875, B.A. 1876. Senior Student of Christ 
Church, 1875. Assistant Master at Marlborough College, 1876. M.A. 
1878. Ordained, 1878. Vice-Principal of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, 
1880-83. Tutor of Christ Church, 1882-84. 

1884. The Rev. Frederick Brooke Westcott, M. A., appointed January, 1884. Left 1892. 
Cheltenham College, 1871-77. Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
1877, Bell University Scholar, 1878, B.A., Senior Classic, 1881, Latin 
Essay, 1882, Fellow, 1883, M.A. 1883, Ordained, 1884. Examining 
Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Durham, 1890. Headmaster of Sherborne 
School, 1892. 

1886. Walter Noel Wilson, M.A., appointed January, 1886. Merchant Taylors 
School, 1869-76, Scholar of Queen's College, Oxford, 1876, First Class 
Mathematical Moderations, 1878, B.A., First Class Final Mathematical 
School, 1879, First Class Natural Science School, 1881, M.A. 1884. 
Assistant Master at Repton School, 1881-85. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS. XI 



1886. Basil Johnson, B.A., appointed September, 1886. Organist and Music Master. 

Malvern College, 1874. Academical Clerk, Magdalen College, Oxford, 
1880, Second Class Classical Moderations, 1882, B.A. 1883. Royal 
College of Music, 1883-85. 

ASSISTANT MASTERS TO DR. PERCIVAL. 

1887. Basil Bentham Dickinson, M.A., appointed September, 1887. Newcastle, 

Staffs, School 1876, Exhibitioner 1881, Exhibitioner and Scholar of 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1881, B.A , First Class Natural Science, 
1884, M.A. 1888. Assistant Master at Sutton Valence School, 1884-87. 

1888. Godfrey Fox Bradby, M.A., appointed April, 1888. Entered Rugby School, 

January, 1876 (see page 22, bt-low). Balliol College, Oxford, First 
Class Classical Moderations, 1884, B.A., Second Class Final Classical 
School, 1886. 

1888. William Dewar, M.A., appointed April, 1888. Aberdeen Grammar School, and 
Aberdeen University, M.A. 1872. Assistant Master at Cheltenham 
College, 1883-88. 

1888. John Lewis Alexander Paton, M.A., appointed September. 1888. Shrewsbury 
Schoo', 1879 82. Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge, 1882, B.A., 
Senior Classic, 1886, and First Class, Part ii., 1887, Chancellor's Medal 
for Classics, 1887, Fellow, 1887. Headmaster of University College 
School, London, 1898-1903, and of Manchester Grammar School from 
1903. 

1888. Samuel Barnard, M.A. , appointed September, 1888. Mathematics. Wesley 
College, Taunton. Scholar of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1882, 
B.A., Fourth Wrangler, 1885, M.A. 1889, Fellow, 1886. 

1888. Hugh Percy Highton, M.A., appointed September, 1888. Marlborough 

College, 1876-83. Scholar of Magdalen College, Oxford, 1884, B A M 
First Class Natural Science, 1888, M.A. 1895. 

1889. Rev. William Fenwick Stokes, M.A., appointed September, 1889. BlundelPs 

School, Tiverton, 1870-77. Scholar of Sidney Sussex College, Cam- 
bridge, 1877, B.A, Eighth Wrangler, 1881, M.A. 1884, Fellow, 1881-87. 
Assistant Master at Blundell's School, 1883. Ordained, 1884. Incum- 
bent of Clonoe, Armagh, 1887, and of Clogherny, 1888-89. 

1890. Henry Tull Rhoades, M.A., appointed January, 1890. Left 1902. Entered 

Rugby School, February, 1847. Scholar of University College, Oxford, 
1856, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1864. Assistant Master at Clifton College, 
1865-66. Headmaster of the Lower School of Lawrence Sheriffe, 
1878-90. Of 4, Arnold Villas, Rugby. 

1891. Arthur Kenelm Watson, M.A., appointed September, 1891. Harrow School, 

1880-85. Exhibitioner of Balliol College, Oxford, 1885, First Class 
Classical Moderations, 1887, B.A.. Second Class Final Classical School, 
1889, M.A. 1895. 

1892. George Smith, M.A., appointed January, 1892. Left 1898. Ayr Academy, 

1880-84. Edinburgh University, 1884, M.A., First Class Classics, and 
Mackenzie Scholar, 1888. Scholar of Trinity College, Oxford, 1887, 
First Class Classical Moderations, 1889, First Class Final Classical 
School, 1891, B.A. 1892, M.A. 1895. Headmaster of Merchiston Castle 
School, Edinburgh, 1898. 



xil ASSISTANT MASTERS. 



1892. Henry Christopher Bradby, B.A., appointed September, 1892. Entered Rugby 
School, January, 1882 (see page 84 below). New College, Oxford, 
First Class Classical Moderations, 1889, B.A., Second Class Final 
Classical School, 1891. 

1892. Rev. Albert August David, M.A., appointed September, 1892. Left 1899. 

Exeter Grammar School. Scholar of Queen's College, Oxford, 1885, 
First Class Classical Moderations, 1887, B.A., First Class Final Classical 
School, 1889, M.A. 1894, Fellow and Tutor, 1899. Assistant Master at 
Bradfield College, 1890-92. 

1893. Rev. Reginald Waterfield, M.A., appointed January, 1893. Left 1899. 

Winchester College, Scholar, 1 881-86. Scholar of New College, Oxford, 
1886, First Class Classical Moderations, 1888, First Class Final Classical 
School, 1890, B.A. 1891, M.A. 1895. Principal of Cheltenham College, 
1899. 

1894. Frank Fletcher, M.A., appointed May, 1894. Left 1903. Rossall School, 

1882-89. Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford, 1889', First Class Classical 
Moderations, 1891, Craven Scholar, 1890, Ireland Scholar, 1891, Derby 
Scholar, 1894, B.A., First Class Final Classical School, 1893, M.A. 1896. 
Headmaster of Marlborough College, 1903. Alpine Club. 

1895. Edward Ashton St. Hill, M.A., appointed January, 1895. Bath College, 

1878-86. Scholar of Trinity College, Oxford, 1886, First Class Classical 
Moderations, 1888, B.A., Second Class Final Classical School, 1890. 
Fellow of New College, 1891-94, M.A. 1892. 

1895. Charles Edward Mackenzie Hawkesworth, M.A., appointed January, 1895. 
Clifton College, 1880-87. Exhibitioner and Scholar of Queen's College, 
Oxford, 1887-93, Second Class Classical Moderations, 1889, B.A., First 
Class Final Classical School, 1891, First Class Modern History, 1892. 
Assistant Master at Bradfield College, 1893, M.A. 1901. 

1895. Elliott Kitchener, M.A., appointed January, 1895. Bedford Grammar School. 
Exhibitioner of Christ's College, Cambridge, 1884-87, B.A., Senior 
Optime, 1887, M.A. 1890. Assistant Master at Dulwich College, 
1892-94. Headmaster of Greenbank School, Liverpool, 1903. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS TO DR. JAMES. 

1895. Robert Edward Prior, appointed a Modern Language Master, September, 1895. 

Educated abroad. Assistant Master at Ipswich School, 1886-88, and at 
Cheltenham College, 1888-95. 

1896. William Henry Denham Rouse, M.A., appointed January, 1896. Left 1902, 

Doveton College, Calcutta, 1874-77. Scholar of Christ's College, 
Cambridge, 1882, B.A., First Class Classical Tripos, Parti., 1885, First 
Class, Part ii., 1886, Fellow, 1888-90, M.A. 1889. Assistant Master at 
Cheltenham College, 1890-95. Headmaster of Perse Grammar School, 
Cambridge, 1902. Litt.D. 1903. University Teacher of Sanskrit, 1903. 
Author of " A History of Rugby -School," 1898. 

1896. Godfrey Bowden Smith, M.A., appointed January, 1896. Entered Rugby 
School, September, 1877 (see page 41 below). Balliol College, Oxford, 
First Class Classical Moderations, 1886, B.A., First Class Final Classical 
School, 1888, M.A. 1890. Assistant Master at Repton School, 1888-95. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS. Xlll 



1896. Charles William Little, M.A., appointed January, 1896. Left 1904. Winchester 

College, Scholar, 1882-89. Scholar of New College, Oxford, 1889-93, 
Second Class Classical Moderations, 1891, B.A., Second Class Final 
Classical School, 1893, M.A. 1899. Assistant Master at Winchester 
College, 1904. 

1897. Charles Paget Hastings, M.A., appointed September, 1896. Rossall School. 

Scholar of Keble College, Oxford, 1884, B.A., First Class Modern History, 
1886, M.A. 1897. 

1897. Ernest Cuthbert Atkinson, M.A., appointed January, 1897. Left 1900. 

Merchant Taylors School, Scholar, 1885. Scholar of St. John's College, 
Oxford, 1891, First Class Mathematical Moderations, 1892, B.A., First 
Class Final Mathematics, 1894, Senior Mathematical Scholar, 1895, 
First Class Natural Science, 1896, M.A. 1897. Appointed Assistant to 
the Trigonometrical Survey of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony, 
1903. 

1898. Edward Launcelot Davey Cole, M.A., appointed September, 1898. Bath 

College, 1885-94. Exhibitioner of Balliol College, Oxford, 1893, Craven 
Scholar, 1894, Ireland Scholar, 1895, First Class Classical Moderations, 
and Gainsford Prize, Greek Verse, 1896, Gainsford Prize, Greek Prose, 
1897, B ' A ' first Class Final Classical School, 1898, M.A. 1901. 

1899. Rev. St. John Basil Wynne Willson, M.A., appointed January, 1899. 

Cheltenham College. Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge, Browne 
Medallist, 1889, and First Class Classical Tripos, 1890, M.A. 1894. 
Ordained, 1903. Assistant Master at the Leys School, Cambridge, 
1891-98. 

1899. Rev. John Manisty Hardwich, M.A., appointed January, 1899. Durham 
School, Scholar 1886. Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge, Bell 
University Scholar, 1893, B.A., First Class Classical Tripos, Parti., 1895. 
Second Class, Part ii., 1896. Assistant Master at Durham School, 
1896-98. Ordained, 1899, M.A. 1902. 

1899. Rev. Frederick Farewell Sanigear Williams, M.A., appointed September, 1899. 

King William's College, Isle of Man, 1881-89. Scholar of Jesus College, 
Cambridge, 1889, Bell University Scholar, 1890, B.A., First Class 
Classical Tripos, 1892, M.A. 1896. Assistant Master at King's School, 
Canterbury, 1892-99. 

1900. Rudolf Gustav Karl Lempfert, M.A., appointed September, 1900. Left 1902. 

Manchester Grammar School, Scholar, 1889-94. Scholar of Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge, 1894, First Class Natural Science Tripos, Part i., 
1896, and Part ii., 1898, B.A. 1898, M.A. 1904. Assistant to the 
Secretary, Meteorological Council, London, 1902. 

1901. Rev. Denys Edward Shorto, M.A., Mathematics, appointed September, 1901. 

Exeter Grammar School, 1880-86, Exhibitioner, Scholar of Exeter 
College, Oxford, 1886, First Class Mathematical Moderations, 1887, B.A., 
First Class Final Mathematical School, 1890, Second Class Natural 
Science, 1891, M.A. 1893. Mathematical Master at King Edward's 
School, Birmingham, 1891-1901. Ordained, 1898. 

1902. Frederick James Kittermaster, M.A., appointed September, 1902. Shrewsbury 

School, 1883-88. King's College, Cambridge, 1888, B.A., First Class 
Classical Tripos, 1891, Browne Medallist, 1890 and 1891, Second Class 
Theological Tripos, 1893, M.A. 1895. Assistant Master at Clifton 
College, 1893-4. At Uppingham School, 1895-190%. 



XIV ASSISTANT MASTERS. 



1902. Rev. Llewellyn Christopher Watson Bullock, B.A , appointed September, 1902. 
Madborough College, 1880-84. King's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1895. 
Assistant Master at Liverpool College, 1895-1902. Ordained, 1899. 

1902. Oliver Herbert Prior, appointed September, 1902. Educated abroad. Assistant 
Master at Forest School, Berkhampstead School, and Dulwich College. 

1902. Ralph Bushill Henderson, B.A., Mathematics, appointed September, 1902, 
Bristol School, 1894-98, Scholar of New College, Oxford, 1898, 
Goldsmith Rxhibitioner, 1899, First Class Mathematical Moderations, 
1899, B.A., First Class Final Mathematical School, 1901. Assistant 
Master at King Edward's School, Birmingham, 1901-02. 

1902. Claude Pilkington Kvers, M.A., appointed September, 1902. Entered Rugby 

School, May, 1890 (see page 165 below). Scholar of Queen's College, 
Oxford, 1895, Second Class Classical Moderations, 1897, B.A., Second 
Class Final Classical School, 1899, Second Class Modern History, 1900. 

M.A. 1902. 

1903. Rev. Harold Costley White, B.A., appointed September, 1903. Malvern 

College, Scholar, 1893-97, Exhibitioner, 1897. Scholar of Balliol 
College, Oxford, 1897, First Class Classical Moderations, 1899, B.A., 
Second Class Final Classical School, 1901. Ordained, 1902. Assistant 
Master at Sherborne School, 190 [-03. 

1903. Oswald Massey Samson, B.A., appointed September, 1903. Cheltenham College, 
1895-99. Hertford College, Oxford, 1899, First Class Mathematical 
Moderations, 1900, Mathematical Exhibitioner, 1901, B.A., First Class 
Final Mathematical School, 1902. 



BOARDING HOUSES. 



XV 



BOARDING HOUSES. 



18741904. 



WITH PREVIOUS HOUSEMASTERS. 



4, Hillmorton Road. 



1 6, Sf 1 8, Hillmorton Road, 
and School Field. 



Lawrence Sheriffe Street, 
and 3, Hillmorton Road. 



1803 


Moor, J. H. C. 


1831 


Lee, J. P. 


1841 


Highton, H. 


*i8n 


Moor, J. H. C. 


1838 


Merivale, A. F. 


1852 


Burrows, L. F. 


1832 


Bird, R. 


1841 


Arnold, C. T. 


1872 


Green, W. C. 


1841 


Mayor, C. 


"1853 


Arnold, C. T. 


1882 


Michell, W. G. 


1846 


Mayor, R. B. 


.878 


Scott, E. A. 


*i884 


Michell, W. G. 


1863 


Wilson, J. M. 


1892 


Brooke, W. P. 






1879 


Whitelaw, R. 














10, 


Hillmorton Road. 


33 


, Rilton Road, and 




Barby Road. 






i, 


Hillmorton Road. 






1836 


Powlett, R. W. 






1828 


Anstey, C. A. 


184.0 


Cotton, G. E. L. 


1841 


Penrose, J. 


854 


Bowclen Smith, P. 


1850 


Compton, B. 


1846 


Bradley, G. G. 


1891 


Steel, C. G. 


1858 


Smythies, R. B. 


*i8 4 8 


Bradley, G. G. 






1861 


Anstey,C. A.(pj otem) 


1858 


Jex-Blake, T. W. 






1862 


Moberly, C. E. 


1868 


Elsee, C. 




Barby Road. 


1874 


Phillpotts, J. S. 


1889 


Collins, J. 






875 


Lee Warner, H 






1830 


Price, B. 


1884 


Morice, F. D. 






1850 


Evans, C. 


1895 


Payne Smith, W. H. 




Horton Crescent. 


1862 


Hutchinson, C. B. 


1902 


Wilson, W. N. 






1884 


Donkin, A. E. 






1893 


Stallard, G. 



* Removed to present site. 



The name of House printed after the entries signifies, as a rule, the House in which boys 
came. But in cases in which boys were temporarily in the Town, it is the House to which they 
were eventually admitted. A House Master's name may therefore appear at a date earlier than 
the above list indicates, 



A Standing Committee of Masters and Old Rugbeians 
ivas appointed by the Headmaster in 1899, to consult on the 
printing of the School Register, and all communications 
relating to entries should be addressed to the " REGISTER 
COMMITTEE, RUGBY SCHOOL." 



RUGBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



THOMAS WILLIAM JEX-BLAKE, D.D., 

ELECTED HEADMASTER IN 1874 



ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1874. 

Bateson, Walter Edward, son of William Gandy Bateson, Esq., New Heys, 
Allerton, Liverpool, aged 13, October 1. Left 1879. 3 School 

XV., 1877, 1878. Admitted a Solicitor, January, 1886. Of 14, Castle Street, 
Liverpool, and 1, Alma Road, Aigburth. 

Fitzgerald, Brinsley John Hamilton, fourth son of Peter Fitzgerald, The 
Knight of Kerry, afterwards Baronet, Glanleam, Valencia, 
Ireland, aged 14, September 25. Left 1878. 2 School 

XI., 1877, 1878. University College, Oxford, B.A., Third Class Mod. Hist. School, 
1882. Land Agent to the Earl of Listowel and others, 1884. Of 63, Duke Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London, W. White's Club. 

Hall, John Herbert, only son of John Hall, Esq., Chorley New Road, 
Bolton, Lancashire, aged 12, September 18. Left 1877. 2 School 

Admitted a Solicitor, December, 1882. Prosecuting Solicitor for Borough of 
Bolton. Of Intack, Rivington, Bolton. 

Blackwell, Charles Robert, son of Thomas Francis Blackwell, Esq., 
Harrow Weald, Middlesex, aged 13, May 9. Left 1877. 2 School 
Died at Davos Platz, March 19, 1882. 

Macpherson, Duncan Haldane, son of Colonel Sir Herbert Taylor 
Macpherson, V.O., K.C.B., K.C.S.I , 31, Belsize Park Gardens, 
London, N.W., aged 11, June 7. Left 1878. 2 School 

Gazetted to 2nd Batallion The Seaforth Highlanders, May 10, 1882. Served in 
the Egyptian Campaign, 1882, and present at Tel-el-Kebir. Medal and Clasp, 
and Khedive's Star. Afterwards on a horse ranche in the Rocky Mountains. 

Mann, John James, son of Henry Mann, Esq., Wallfield, Stand, Man- 
chester, aged 15, June 17. Left 1876. 2 School 
In business at Salford. 

Eraser, John Alexander, son of Thomas Fraser, Esq., 10, Vanbrugh Park, 
Blackheath, Kent, aged 12, December 14 Left 1878. 3 School 

Admitted a Solicitor, October, 1884. Of Dacre House, Victoria Street, London. 
S.W., and Wimbledon. 

Tindall, Walter Sewallis Shirley, son of Robert Tindall, Esq., Scarborough, 
aged 14, May 15. Left 1875. 3 School 

A Mechanical Engineer. 
VOL. III. A 



2 Jex-Bla&e, 1874-87. 



Oldham, Thomas Bagot, son of Thomas Oldham, Esq., LL.D., 18, Hill- 
morton Road, Rugby, aged 12, August 18. Left 1880. 8 Town 

Died in India, July 10, 1884. 

Collinson, John, eldest son of the late John William Sowden Collinson, 
Esq., of Beltoft House, Doncaster, care of Mrs. Collinson, 8, 
Moreton Terrace, Rugby, aged 14, Dec. 26. Left 1877. 3 Town 

XV. 1876, 1877. VIII. 1877. Sandhurst, 1878. Gazetted to the Northampton- 
shire Regiment, January 22, 1879. Served in the Zulu War, 1879. Present at 
battle of Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). Served with the Mounted Infantry in the 
Boer War, 1881. Served in the Dongola Expedition, 1896, mentioned in des- 
patches, Brevet of Lieut. -Colonel, and British and Khedive s Medals. Commanded 
an Egyptian Brigade at the Battle of Khartoum ; C.B. and two Clasps. Governor 
of Kassala, Upper Egypt, where he died, 29 August, 1901. 

Blakiston, Ralph, son of John Richard Blakiston, Esq., 19, Warwick 
Street, Rugby, aged 13, April 2. Left 1877.* Town 

A Mechanical Engineer, at Waterloo, Liverpool. 

Hughes, Reginald George Hutton, fourth son of the late George Edward 
Hughes, Esq., (O.R. 1834), care of Mrs. Hughes, Offley Place, 
Luton, Bedfordshire, aged 13, November 22. Left 1879. 2 Arnold 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1879. Sandhurst, 1880. Gazetted to 2nd Battalion 
The Oxfordshire Light Infantry, January 22, 1881. Captain, 1892. Major, 1900. 
Naval and Military Club. 

Landor, Richard Henry, son of R. Landor, Esq., Church Street, Rugeley, 
aged 13, August 5. Left 1878. 2 Arnold 

XV*. 1877. St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1882, LL.M. 1892. Admitted a 
Solicitor, 1884. Junior Travellers Club. Of The Biddings, Rugeley, Staffordshire. 

Baily, Arthur James, son of the Rev. Kitelee Chandos Baily,the Vicarage, 
Bradwell, Stony Stratford, aged 13, May 30. Left 1878. 2 

Bowden Smith 

XI. 1877, 1878. XV. 1877. In Baily's Brewery, Brighton. 

Booker, William Thomas, son of William Henry Booker, Esq., Castlefield, 
Bingley, Yorkshire, aged 15, Nov. 29. Left 1875. 3 Bowden Smith 

Seems to have entered first in 1873 . 3 Admitted a Solicitor, August, 1881. 
Practising at Wellington, Somerset. 

Fordham, Wolverley Attwood, son of Edward King Fordham, Esq., J.P., 
Ashwell, Baldock, aged 14, Sept. 9. Left 1877. 3 Bowden Smith 

In business as a Brewer. Member of the firm of E. K. and H. Fordham. J.P. 
for Beds, and Cambridgeshire. Of Ashwell Bury, Ashwell, Baldock, Herts. 
Wellington Club. 

Fordham, Rupert Oswald, third son of the above Edward King Fordham, 
Esq., aged 13, March 23, Left 1876. 1 Bowden Smith 

A Partner in the family Brewery as above. J.P. for Beds. Of 7, Argyll 
Road, Kensington, and Broom Hall, Biggleswade. 

Evans, Sebastian, son of Sebastian Evans, LL.D., St. Ives, Highgate, 
Birmingham, aged 15, January 20. Left 1875. 2 Hutchinson 

In business as a Corn-broker. Of Abbot's Barton, Canterbury. 

Russell, Edward Hope, son of John Alexander Russell, Esq., 32, Pembridge 
Gardens, London, W., aged 13, Nov. 30. Left 1877. 2 Hutchinson 
Died at Shanghai, April 10, 1882. 

Lawrence, Hubert, son of Edward Lawrence, Esq., afterwards Knight, 
Beech Mount, Aigburth, Liverpool, aged 15, August 23. Left 
1876. 2 Moberly 

A Merchant in Liverpool. Of The Grange, St. Michael's Hamlet, Liverpool. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Keller, Hermann Louis Arthur, fourth son of Leopold Keller, Esq., 
Hornsey, London, N., aged 14, June 5. Left 1875. 3 Wilson 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1878. B.A., Charsley Hall, 1884. Isthmian Club. 

Lund, Herbert, second son of Edward Lund, Esq., Victoria Road, Whalley 
Range, Manchester, aged 15, May 14. Left 1876. 2 Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class Natural Science Tripos, 1881, 
M.A. 1885, M.B. and B.C. 1886, F.R.C.S. Eng., 1887. Practising in Manchester, 
and Hon. Assistant Surgeon at Salford Hospital. Of Fernhill, Pendleton, 
Manchester. 

Ashwell, James Henry, son of Henry Ashwell, Esq., Mount Street, New 
Basford, Nottingham, aged 15, November 7. Left 1875 3 Wilson 

In business at Nottingham. Of Woodthorpe Grange, Nottingham. 

Bellairs, William Gibbons, son of Colonel William Bellairs, afterwards 
K.C.M.G-., 76, St. George's Road, Warwick Square, London, 8. W., 
aged 14, March 23. Left 1875. 8 Wilson 

Leversoil, Louis George, eldest son of James Leverson, Esq., 29, Abbey 
Place, London, N.W., aged 15, April 7. Left 1877. 2 Wilson 

VIII. 1876, 1877. A partner in the firm of Leverson, Forster & Co., London, 
since 1883. Of 48, Hamilton Terrace, London, N.W. Isthmian Club. 

Turner, Thomas George, son of George Turner, Esq,, 26, Derngate, 
Northampton, aged 14, January 30. Left 1876 l Wilson 

A Manufacturer. Of The Elms, Billing Road, Northampton. 

Valentine, George Frederick, eldest son of Thomas Valentine, Esq., The 
Moat, Strandtown, Belfast, Ireland, aged 15, Sept. 30. Left 1876. 3 

Wilson 

Oriel CoUege, Oxford, 1877. 

Adamson, Laurence Arthur, second son of Laurence William Adamson, 
Esq., Whitley House, Whitley, Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 14, 
April 20. Left 1879.' Wilson 

XV. 1878. Oriel College, Oxford, 1879. B.A. Charsley Hall, 1884. Called to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, 1885. M.A. Melbourne University, 1886, Hon. Fellow, 1903. 
Headmaster, University High School, 1898-1901, and of Wesley College, Melbourne, 
from 1902. 

Rigby, John, son of the late W. Rigby, Esq., care of Mrs. Rigby, Dunard 
House, Row, Helensburgh, Dumbartonshire, N.B., aged 14, 
May 15 Left 1878. 3 Elsee 

Died, July, 1882. 

Melly, Ernest Louis, third son of Charles Pierre Melly, Esq., (O.K. 1844), 
Riversley, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, aged 14, June 27. Left 1876.* 

Elsee 

Formerly in business in Liverpool. Of Meriden, Coventry. 

Bolton, Francis Cheney, fifth son of Joseph Cheney Boltou, Esq., 27, 
West George Street, Glasgow, aged 14, March 23. Left 1877. 1 

Elsee 

A Stockbroker at Brisbane. Of Mia Mia, Inderoopilly, Brisbane. 

Dugdale, Sydney, fourth son of John Dugdale, Esq., 9, Hyde Park 
Gardens, London, W., aged 14, April 23. Left 1878. 2 Elsee 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1879, B.A. Second Class Theological School, 1882, 
M.A. 1885, Ordained, 1884. Vicar of Motcombe, Dorset, 1892-98, and of West- 
bury, Wilts, from 1898. 

Darcus, Solomon Henry, sou of Major Solomon Darcus, Gardenmore, 
Lame, Co. Antrim, aged 14, October 20. Left 1876. 3 Elsee 

Qf Holyweil, Dundrum, Co. Dublin. 



Jex-Blake, 18U-S7. 



Macan, Thomas Townley, son of the late Rev. Thomas Townley Macau, 
care of Mrs. Macau, 23, King Henry's Road, Regents Park, 
London, N.W., aged 13, July 10. Left 1875. 2 Green 

Gazetted to 1st Battalion The Cameronians (26th), October 23, 1880. Captain, 
1891. Major, 1899. Served in the South African War, 1899-1902. 

Mackenzie, James Kenneth Douglas, only son of Captain James Dixon 
Mackenzie, afterwards Baronet, (o.u. 1846), Mountgerald, Ding- 
wall, Ross-shire, aged 14, August 31. Left 1875. 1 Wilson 

Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1877-79. Studied Engineering at Blswick. 
Succeeded his father as tenth Baronet of Tarbat, and eighth of Scatwell, 1900. 
M.Inst.C.E. Of 8, Bramham Gardens, South Kensington. Caledonian Club. 

Bishop, Charles Rosser, son of W. Bishop, Esq., 20, Craven Hill, Hyde 
Park, London, W., aged 14, July 1. Left 1875. 3 Wilson 

M.B.C.S., England, 1887. Of Eden Grove House, Shepton Mallet, Somerset. 

Teage, John Land, second son of John Land Teage, Esq., Oporto, Portugal, 

aged 13, November 23. Left 1877. 2 Bowden Smith 

In the Wine Trade at Oporto. Of Villa Nova de Taya, Portugal. Isthmian Club. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1874. 

Cholmondeley, Randal Berners, third son of Colonel the Hon. Thomas 
Grenville Cholmondeley, (o R. 1832), Abbott's Moss, Northwich, 
Cheshire, aged 14, June 21. Left 1879.* School 

Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1879. New College, Oxford, B.A., Third Class 
Law School, 1882. Farming in Western Virginia, U.S.A., since 1883. 

Marsh, James Ernest, third son of John Marsh, Esq , J.P., Rann Lea, 
Rainhill, Lancashire, aged 14, July 5. Left 1879. 2 School 

Scholar, 1874. Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1879. Balliol College, Oxford, 
B.A., First Class Natural Science, 1882, M.A. 1891. University of Bonn, 1882. 
Chemistry Master at Exeter Grammar School, 1883-1885. Demonstrator of 
Organic Chemistry at Oxford University, 1885. 

Hart, William Tibbetts, second son of Edward Hart, Esq., Alderman of 
London, 156, Highbury New Park, N., aged 14, April 3. Left 
1877. 3 School 

Formerly a Solicitor. Admitted 1883. 

Hartley, William Gibson, second son of Francis Blackburne Martley, Esq., 
10, Herbert Street, Dublin, aged 14, Nov. 21. Left 1875. 1 School 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1881, M.A. 1884. Incorp. Balliol College, Oxford, 
1882, Second Class Classical Moderations, B.A., First Class, Theological School, 
1885, M.A. 1888. Ordained 1885, but renounced Holy Orders under the Act in 
1897. Engaged for the Charity Organisation Society from 1888. Of 184, High 
Street, Poplar, London, E. 

Satterthwaite, Sidney Clement, second son of Clement Satterthwaite, Esq., 
Spring Hill, Bromley, Kent, aged 14, Aug. 11. Left 1878. 3 School 
VIII., 1878. On the London Stock Exchange. Of Brierton, Bromley, Kent. 

Bay, Herbert Allen, son of Gerard James Day, Esq., (O.K. 1847), Horsford, 
Norwich, aged 14, March 12. Left 1878. 2 School 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1880. A Working Associate at Toynbee Hall, 1891, 
Of Woodhurst, Newmarket Road, Norwich. National Liberal Club. 

Jones, George, eldest son of George Jones, Esq., Stareton, Kenilworth, 
aged 14, July 4. Left 1879. 2 School 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A., Second Class Theological School, 1883, M.A. 1886. 
M.B. 1891. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P., London, 1891. Barriater-at-Law, Gray's Inn, 
1903. Of 8, Church Terrace, Le, London, S.B. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Bell, Humphrey Patricias, eldest son of Richard Boll, Esq., M.D., the 
Fitz, Cockermouth, aged 14, August 16, Left 1878. 2 School 

Changed his name to SENHOUSE, 1875. Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1881, M.A. 
1896. Medical Student, Guys Hospital, 1891. J.P. for Cumberland. Of The 
Fitz, Cockermouth. 

Conybeare, Charles Henry, second son of the Rev. Charles Ranken 
Conybeare, Vicar of Itchen Stoke, Hants, (o.a. 1835), aged 13, 
September 5. Left 1879. 3 School 

Scholar, 1876. XV. 1879. Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. Third Class Natural 
Science, 1884, M.A. 1889. Ordained, 1885. Vicar of Itchen Stoke, 1886-1903. 
Vicar of Rostherne, Knutsford, Cheshire, from 1903. 

Shawe, Charles Henry, youngest son of the late William Shawe, Esq., 
care of Mrs, Shawe, Wellesley House, Bolton, aged 13, December 
26. Left 1878. 2 School 

XV. 1878. Formerly in business as a Cotton Spinner. Of Edenhall, Langwathby, 
Cumberland. 

Cannon, Ronald, son of General Cannon, of Chateau de Fourchette, Poce, 
Indre et Loire, France, and of 14, Manor Road, Folkestone, 
aged 14, December 11. Left 1875. 2 School 

Hoyle, James Smallpage, third son of Isaac Hoyle, Esq., (afterwards M.P. 
for Heywood), the How, Prestwich, Manchester, aged 12, May 7. 
Left 1880. 2 School 

In business as a Cotton Spinner and Manufacturer. J.P. for Lancashire. Of 
Bassneld, Bury. Clarendon Club, Manchester. 

Keir, Adam, youngest son of John Lindesay Keir, Esq., 92, Gloucester 
Place, Hyde Park, London, and of the Quarry, Bideford, Devon, 
aged 13, June 25. Left 1877. 1 School 

Crick, 1877. Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B A. 1881, M.A. 1887. Admitted a 
Solicitor, December, 1884. Ordained, 1891. Assistant Curate of Portsea, 1891- 
1901. Rector of Alverstoke, Hants, from 1901. 

Cross, Carlton, eldest son of John Kynaston Cross, Esq., M.P., Fernclough, 
Bolton-le-Moors, Lancashire, aged 15, August 30. Left 1877. 1 

Arnold 

XV. 1876. New College, Oxford, B.A., Fourth Class Modern History School, 
1881, M.A. 1887. J.P. for Lancashire. Of Crooke Hall, Chorley, Lancashire. 
Boodle's Club. 

Sharp, William James, son of Edward Sharp, Esq., Lindon Hall, Burton, 
Westmoreland, aged 15, June 2. Left 1877. 2 Arnold 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1889. Of Rosetrees, Portinscale, 
Keswick. Conservative Club. 

Sharp, Henry Turner, son of the above Edward Sharp, Esq., aged 14, 
August 12. Arnold 

Died at School, March 29, 1875. 

Browett, Walter, third son of Thomas Browett, Esq., Kadford Road, 
Coventry, aged 14, February 3. Left I876. 3 Hutchinson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1882. Of Highfield, Coventry. 

Calvert, Henry, junior, second son of Henry Calvert, Esq., Barfield House, 
Pendleton, Manchester, aged 15, June 19. Left 1877. 2 Hutchinson 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1884. In business as a Cotton Spinner and 
Manufacturer. Of Walton-le-Dale, near Preston, Lancashire. 

Hurrell, Arthur, son of Henry flurrell, Esq.,'Harston, Cambridge, aged 14, 
January 19. Left 1877. 1 Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambrid B.A. 1882. Of Harston, Cambridge. 



6 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



fiowden Smith, Frederic Herbert, third son of the Rev- Philip Bowden 
Smith, Rugby, (o.R. 1844), aged 13, June 17. Left I860. 2 

Bowden Smith 

Scholar 1874. XI. 1878,* 1879, 1880. XV. 1879. Racquets 1880. Minor Ex- 
hibitioner 1880. Trinity College, Oxford, B.A., 1885. A Master at Shrewsbury 
School, 1886-1891. The Master of a Preparatory School at Bengeo, from 1891. 

Bartlett, William, eldest son of the Rev. Robert Edward Bartlett, Great 

Waltham, Chelmsford, (O.E. 1843), aged 13, February 17. Left 

1879 2 Bowden Smith 

Scholar 1874. Head of School. Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1879. Scholar 

of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1880. First Class in Classical Moderations. 

B.A., Second Class Final Classical School, 1883. Chancellor's Prize, English 

Essay, 1884. Denyer and Johnson Theological Scholar, 1885. Ellerton Essay, 

1886. M.A. 1886. Ordained 1886. Vicar of St. Barnabas, Sutton, Surrey, from 

1896. 

Gair, John Hamilton, son of Thomas Gair, Esq., Albury House, Fulwood 
Park, Liverpool, aged 14, March 23. Left 1877.' 1 Elsee 

Admitted a Solicitor, November, 1883. Of 13, Union Court, Castle Street, 
Liverpool, and Little Hey, Bromborough, Cheshire. 

Dawkins, Charles Tyrwhitt, second son of the Rev. James Annesley 
Dawkins, Daylesford, Chipping Norton, (O.K. 1843), aged 15, 
November 22. Left 1876. 3 Elsee 

VIII. 1876. Gazetted to 2nd Battalion The King's (Shropshire Light Infantry), 
May 1, 1878. Captain 1886. Major 1898. Lieut. -Colonel 1902. Served in the 
Afghan War, 1879-1880. Medal. Served in the South African War, 1899-1901. 
Severely wounded. Present at several actions. Queen's Medal and three Clasps. 
Mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lieut. -Colonel. 

Atkinson, Laurence, only son of the Rev. Frederick W. Atkinson, Long 
Eaton, Nottingham, aged 14, September 23. Left 1878.3 Wilson 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1883, M.A. 1887. Ordained 1884. Rector of Drayton 
Bassett, Tamworth, from 1897. 

La Motte, Digby Holden Rose Hardwick, eldest son of the Rev. George 

Thomas Crospigny La Motte, 27, Montagu Square, London, W., 

aged 12, October 23. Left 18S0. 2 Wilson 

Scholar 1875. Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1880. Exhibitioner of Trinity 

College, Oxford. First Class in Classical Moderations, 1882. Chancellor's Prize, 

Latin Verse, 1884. B.A. 1885. M.A 1891. A Master at St. Paul's since 1886. 

Of 3, Park Row, Albert Gate, London, S.W. 

Knight. Joseph Guy, son of Joseph Knight, Esq., Hartshill, Stoke-on- 
Trent, aged 14, February 19. Left 1877 3 Wilson 

Admitted a Solicitor, July, 1883. Offices at Newcastle, Staffordshire. Of Aston, 
Stone, Staffordshire. 

Hughes, Robert Alexander, son of Mrs. Hughes, New Street, Rugby, 
aged 13, June 5. Left 1877. 2 Town 

Hall, Edward Marshall, younger son of Alfred Hall, Esq., M.D., Old 

Steine. Brighton, aged 16, September 16. Left 18 76. 3 Phillpotts 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1882. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 

June, 1883. K.C. 1898. M.P. for Southport Division of Lancashire, from 1900. 

Of 75, Cambridge Terrace, London, W. Carlton Club. 

Harris, George William, fourth son of Alfred Harris, Esq,, Lunefield, 
Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmoreland, aged 14, November 6. Left 
1878. 3 Bowden Smith 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1883. Corn Merchant, London and Liverpool. 

Died at Hawkshead, Cumberland, 30 October, 1903. 

Carleton, Lancelot Richard, son of Colonel George Carleton, late R.A., 
Hillmorton Road, Rugby, aged 13, Sept. 15. Left 1879 . 2 Town 
Sandhurst, 1881. Gazetted to 1st Battalion Essex Regiment, 1882. Captain, 
1888. Major, 1902. Served in the South African War, on Staff, January, 1900, 
to the end of the War. Two Medals and five Clasps. D.S.O. Mentioned in 
despatches. United Service Club. 



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Paliologus, Augustus Lower, son of Nicholas Paliologus, Solicitor, 2, 
Garstins Buildings, Calcutta, aged 14 Sept. 15. Left 1877. 1 Town 
Practising as a Physician. L.R.C.P. and L.B.C.S., Edinburgh, 1889. Of 14, 
Beckenham Road, Beckenham, Kent. 

Cordiner, Robert Charles, only son of the late Captain Robert Cordiner, 
lost at sea, care of Mrs. Cordiner, 25, Sheep Street, Rugby, aged 
13, September 22. Left 1879. 3 Town 

Keble College, Oxford, B.A. 1884, Ordained, 1884, M.A. 1888. Sometime Chaplain 
at Bologna, and at Algiers. Assistant Curate of Burghclere-with-Newtown, 
Newbury, from 1903. 

Cross, Charles Francis fourth son of the Right Hon. Richard Assheton 

Cross, M.P , afterwards created Viscount Cross (o n. 1836), Eccle 

Riggs, Broughton-in-Furness, and 53, Eccleston Square, London, 

aged 14, September 22. Left 1879. 2 Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1883, M.A. 1886, Ordained, 1884. Held various 

Assistant Curacies. Vicar of Shotwick, 1891-97, and of Stretton, Cheshire, 

from 1897. 

Allan, Andrew Alexander, son of Andrew Allan, Esq., lononteh, Montreal, 
Canada, aged 14, June 16. Left 1877. 2 Arnold 

Address, as above. 

Stewart, Alan Keith, son of Charles P. Stewart, Esq., 192, Lancaster 
Gate, London, W., aged 13, October 5. Left 1875. 3 Arnold 

In business, Atlas Works, Manchester. 

Holland, Alfred Valentine, son of Walter Holland, Esq., J.P., Rose Hill, 
Worcester, aged 13. February 14. Left 1879. 1 Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1887. Called to the Bar, 1885. Of 
4, Harcourt Buildings, Temple, London, E.G. 

Nash, Zacchary Hubert, sixth son of John Nash, Esq., The Rectory, 
Langley, Bucks, aged 14, January 28. Left 1876. 3 Bowden Smith 
Of 9, Drayton Terrace, South Kensington. New Constitutional Club. 

Norton, Alexander, second son of Charles Norton, Esq., The Elms, Mount 
Pleasant, Swansea, aged 13, March 29. Left 1877. 3 Bowden Smith 

Non-Collegiate, Oxford, 1878. 

Nash, Albert, seventh son of John Nash, Esq., The Rectory, Langley, 
Bucks, aged 12. February 8. Left 1879. 2 Bowden Smith 

Owner of a Station in Victoria. Of Bellarto, Cranbourne, Victoria. 

Cochran, John Augustus, son of James Cochran, Esq., 17, Pittville Parade, 
Cheltenham, aged 15, January 5. Left 1877. 2 Bowden Smith 

Residing in Australia, 1891. 

Mackenzie, John Edmund, son of the late William Mackenzie, Esq., care 
of Mrs. Mackenzie, 2, Claremont Gardens, Glasgow, aged 14. 
July 26. Left 1877. 2 Hutchinson 

VIII. 1876, 1877. Gazetted to the 2nd West India Regiment. June 17, 1885. 
7th Dragoon Guards, 1888. Captain, 3rd Hussars, 1895. .Retired 1901. 

Cassels, Herbert Wentworth, second son of Andrew Cassels, Esq., 51, 
Cleveland Square, Hyde Park, London, W., aged 14, October 9. 
Left 1877. 3 Hutchinson 

In business at Calcutta. Of 2, Circular Road, Calcutta. 

Halm, Frederick Alexander, only son of the late John Frederick Hahn, Esq., 
of Mexico, care of Mrs. Hahn, St. George's Villa, Queen's Road, 
Richmond, Surrey, aged 14, May 17. Left 1877. 2 Hutchinson 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1882. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, June, 1888. Of 
8, New Court, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. Oriental Club. 



8 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Hopkins, Ernest Threlfall, eldest son of John Satchell Hopkins. Esq., 
Jesmond Grove, Edgbaston, aged 13, September 12. Left 
1880. 2 Hutchinson 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A., Second Class Modern History School, 1884. In 
business as a Brewer at Oldbury. Of 20, Harborne Road, Edgbaston. 

Kearsley, Robert, son of Robert Kearsley, Esq , J.P., Highfield, Ripon, 
aged 15, June 7. Left 1876. 1 Wilson 

Left England before 1891. 

Brown-Westhead, George Montague, only son of Marcus Brown- 
Westhead, Esq., Brook Street Mills, Manchester, aged 15, 
February 21. Left 1877. 1 Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1881, LL.M. and B.A. 1885. Called to the 
Bar, 1884. Of Erskine House, Colwyn Bay, North Wales. 

Monk, Richard Fowls, son of Richard Powis Monk, Esq., Penshurst 
Lodge, Balham Hill, London, S.W., aged 15, July 14. Left 
1876. 8 Wilson 

Gazetted to 2nd Battalion The Lancashire Fusiliers, October 23, 1880. Captain 
1st Battalion, March, 1890. Reserve of Officers. 

Alamayu, Simyen, only legitimate son of the late Theodore, King of 
Abyssinia, and Teruwark, Princess of Simyen, Queen of 
Abyssinia; since March 4, 1872, ward under the British Govern- 
ment of Dr. Jex-Blake, School House, Rugby, aged 13, April 23. 
Left 1877. 3 Elsee 

Sandhurst, 1878. Died at Headingley, near Leeds, November 14, 1879, and was 
buried in St. George's Chapel, Windsor, November 21. The coffin bore the 
following inscription : 

PRINCE ALAMAYU, 

Of Abyssinia, 

Born April 23rd, 1861, 

Died November 14th, 1879. 

A Memorial Tablet was placed in the School Chapel in 1880. 

Bodley, Edward Ridgeway, son of Edward Fisher Bodley, Esq., Devon- 
shire Place, Han ley, Staffordshire, aged 14, September 23. 
Left 1878.* Elsee 

A China Manufacturer in the Potteries. 

Cox, Kenneth Murchison, son of Major-General William Hamilton Cox, 
Brandon Villa, The Park, Cheltenham, aged 14, September 24. 
Left 1878. 3 Elsee 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1880. Gazetted to the Royal Highlanders (Black 
Watch), May 10, 1882. Served in the Egyptian War, 1882. Present at the battle 
of Tel-el-Kebir. Medal with Clasp. Captain, March 14, 1888. Assumed the 
additional surname of MURCHISON after Cox, 1888. Reserve of Officers. 

Dunell, Cyril, son of Henry James Dunell, Esq., of Barton Court, 
Hungerford, aged 14, March 18. Left 1877. 1 Elsee 

A Civil Engineer. Junior Carlton Club. 

Hadden, Frederick, third son of Frederick John Hadden, Esq., Wykeham 
Abbey, York, aged 15, February 27. Left 1877. 1 Elsee 

A Planter in Ceylon. Of Kotiyagalla, Bogawantalawa, Ceylon. 

Hadden, Thomas, fourth son of the above Frederick John Hadden, Esq., 
aged 12, December 23. Left 1877 1 . Elsee 

Conservative Club, St. James' Street, London, S.W. 

Mercer- Adam, Maughan Mercer, third son of Andrew Mercer-Adam, Esq., 

M.D., Bargate Lodge, Boston, aged 14, April 26. Left 1877 3 Elsee 

Student of the Inner Temple. Gazetted to 3rd Battalion The Berkshire Regiment. 



Jex-BlaTce, 1874-87. 



Parker, William Herbert, eldest son of James Smith Parker, Esq., (O.K. 
1846), Freeland House, Iflfley, Oxford, aged 15, August 16 
Leffel875. 3 Elsee 

Non-Collegiate, Oxford, 1880. Has settled in America. 

Menzies, John Graham, third sou of Graham Menzies, Esq., 32, Queen's 
Gate, London, aged 15, October 11. Left 1875. 3 Elsee 

;. Brasenose College, Oxford, 1879. Turf Club, Piccadilly. 

Drake, Henry Harcourt, only son of the late Henry Drake, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Drake, 42, Russell Street, Beading, aged 14, April 23. 
Leftl877. 3 ' Elsee 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1878. A Landowner at Sioux City, Iowa, U.S.A. 

Mills, Henry Trueman, eldest son of Joseph Trueman Mills, Esq., Gler- 
mont, Thetford, aered 13, October 23. Left 1878. 8 Green 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1880. J P. for Leicestershire. Of Lubenham, 
Market Harborough. Junior Carlton Club. 

Fison, Walter Cornell, third son of Cornell Henry Fison, Esq., King's 
House, Thetford, aged 14. August 4. Left 1878. 3 Green 

In business from 1878. J.P. for Norfolk, 1898. Of Ford Place, Thetford, Norfolk. 

Anderson, William, younger son of Charles Anderson, Esq., 2, Zingara 
Terrace, Farnham, aged 15, August 15. Left 1877. 2 Green 

Farming in Warwickshire. Of Hockley House, Marton, Rugby. 

Boyer, Joseph Stanborough, son of Joseph Boyer, Esq., Ringwood, 
Dulwich Wood Park, Upper Norwood, aged 14, May 15. Left 
1875. 3 Green 

Drowned on the voyage to Australia, February 9, 1880. 

Smallwood, Ernest Edward, son of Joseph Smallwood, Esq., J.P., Stich- 
, ford Hall, Birmingham, aged 15. March 15. Left 1876. 1 Green 

Was on the Stage. Died from the result of a fall from an omnibus in Oxford 

Street, December, 1897. 

Downing, Arthur Joseph, son of Samuel Downing, Esq., the Hill, Monks- 
town, Co. Dublin, Ireland, aged 14, August 17. Left 1878. 3 

Phillpotts 

XV. 1877, 1878. Crick, 1878. Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. Associate of 
Institute of Civil Engineers. Of 94, Lo^er Baggot Street, Dublin. 

Cowan, Robert Bruce, son of John Cowan, Esq., 3, Park Circus Place, 
Glasgow, aged 12, January 7. Left 1877. 1 Phillpotts 

Falk, Herbert Eugene, son of Hermann Eugene Falk, Esq., Meadow Bank, 
Winsford, Cheshire, aged 12, April 1. Left 1876. 3 Phillpotts 

Formerly a partner in the Firm of South wood & Co., Merchants, London. Farm- 
ing at Bellevue, near Lincoln, California, U.S.A. 

Eustace, John James Hardy Rowland, eldest son of Hardy Eustace, Esq., 
J.P., of Tullow, Co. Carlo w, Ireland, aged 14, September 19. 
Leftl876. 3 Phillpotts 

Jesus College, Cambridge, 1877-1880. Gazetted to the 8th Battalion King's 
Royal Rifle Corps, 1877. Lieutenant-Colonel. J.P. for Co. Carlow. High Sheriff, 
1895. Of Castlemore, TuUow, Co. Carlow. Junior Carlton, and Kildare Street 
Clubs. 

Cochran, James Alfred, second son of James Cochran, Esq., 17, Pittville 
Parade, Cheltenham, aged 14, July 18. Left 1877. 2 Phillpotts 
Exeter College, Oxford, 1879. Residing in Australia, 1891. 

Gordon, Alexander Stuart, fifth son of John Gordon, Esq.. Aikenhead 
House, Cathcarfc, Glasgow, aged 14, June 24. Left 1875. 3 Green 

Sheep Farming in Queensland since 1880. Of Brisbane, Queensland. 
VOL. III. B 



10 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Smith, Cecil, son of Cecil Smith, Esq., Lydeard House, Bishops Lydeard, 
Taunton, aged 14, January 5. Left 1878. 2 Bowden Smith 

Magdalen College, Cambridge, B.A., Senior Optime, 1883, M.A. 1886. Called to 
the Bar, Inner Temple, 1886. Residing in London. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1875. 

Simpson, Walter Henry, third and youngest son of Charles Turner 
Simpson, Esq., 14, Cornwall Gardens, London, S.W., aged 14, 
June 12. Left 1876. 3 School 

Sandhurst, 1879. Gazetted to the 39th Foot, August, 11, 1880. Bengal Staff 
Corps, 1883. Served with the 43rd Ghoorkas Light Infantry against the Akhas 
in 1883-1884, and in the Burmese War, 1886-1887. Medal with Clasp. Adjutant, 
1886-1890. Killed in the Manipur Massacre, April, 1891. 

Bashall, Henry St. John Hick, second son of the Rev. William Bashall, 

Deane, Bolton le Moors, aged 13, April 23. Left 1877. 1 School 

Admitted a Solicitor, November, 1883. Of Elm Grove, Ockham, Ripley, Surrey. 

Pattinson, James Pearson, eldest son of Thomas Pattinson, Esq., 
Moss Grange, Whalley Range, Manchester, aged 14 February 8. 
Left 1878. 3 School 

XV. 1877. Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1881, M.A. 1886. A Merchant in Man- 
chester. Of Newton Hall, Mobberley. Reform Club. 

Warde, Charles Aprilis Sutton, son of the late Charles Thomas Warde, 
Esq., of Clopton House, Stratford-ou-Avon, ward of W. K. 
Thompson. Esq , (o.u 1862), 44, Russell Road, Kensington, aged 
14, April 26. Left 1877 a School 

Gazetted to the 7th Dragoon Guards, August 1st, 1882. Captain 5th Battalion 
Royal Fusiliers, June 8, 1885. Captain, Royal Irish Regiment, 1900. Major 1902. 
Reserve of Officers. 

Lees, Charles Percy, son of John William Lees, Esq., Waterhead House, 
Oldham, ward of the Rev. T. Davies, Woodside Bank, Darwen, 
aged 15, May 25. Left 1877. 8 School 

J.P. for Cheshire, and Lieutenant-Colonel in the Cheshire Militia. Of Herne 
Lodge, Oundle, Northants. Constitutional Club. 

Benyon-Winsor, Benyon Reeve, second son of William Henry Benyon- 
Winsor, Esq., 29, Kensington Gardens Square, London, W., aged 
13, September 19. Left 1879. 3 School 

In business as a Brewer. Of Bryn-y-mor Villas, Swansea. 

Blakiston, Aubrey, son of John Richard Blakislon, Esq., 19, Warwick 
Street, Bugby. aged 12, August 26. Left 1878. 3 Town 

L R.C.P. and L.R.C.S., Edinburgh, 1885. Practisingin London. Of 5, Grosvenor 
Street, Grosvenor Square, London, W. 

Speed, Lancelot, son of William Speed. Esq., 13, Devonshire Place, Portland 
Place, London, W., aged 14, June 13. Left 1878.* Arnold 

XV. 1877. Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1885. An Artist in Black and White. 
Of 2, -Gray's Inn Square, London, W.C. 

Firth, John Loxley, son of Edward Firth, Esq., Tapton Lodge, Sheffield, 
aged 15, January 23. Left 1877. 3 Arnold 

Died 24 December, 1897. 

Payne, Peter George Stanhope, third son of Sir Salusbury Payne, Bart , 
(O.K. 1845), Blunham House, Sandy, Bedfordshire, aged 13, July 16. 
Left 1880. 2 Arnold 

University College, Oxford, B A., Second Class, Law, 1884. Called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, Civil Law Scholar, 1884. Midland Circuit. Served in the South 
African War in Paget's Horse. Of Library Chambers, Temple, London, E C. 
Oxford and Cambridge Club. 



Jex-Bla-ke, 1874-8?. 11 



Baskerville, Henry Joseph North, son of Henry Baskerville, Esq., 
Orowsley Park, Henley- on-Thames, aged 13, January 26. 
Left 1877. 1 Arnold 

Address as above. 

Forrest, James, son of James Forrest. Esq., Nullamore, Milltown, Co. 
Dublin, aged 15, May 29. Left 1875. 3 Arnold 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1881. Sandhurst 1881. Gazetted to 1st Battalion 
The Lincolnshire Regiment (10th), February 2, 1882. Captain 1893. Served in 
the Soudan in 1898. Present at the battles of Atbara and Khartoum. British 
Medal and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps. Served in the South African War, 
1899 1902. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 

Schofield, Thomas Dodgson, eldest son of Frank Schofield, Esq , Alderley 
Edge, Cheshire, aged 15, August 13. Left 1876. 2 Arnold 

A Partner in the Firm of Schofield Brothers, Wine Merchants, Manchester. Of 
Oakfield, Alderley Edge. 

Swinburne, John Castleman, eldest son of the late Major John Swinburne, 
18th Royal Irish, ward of Captain Hanham, R.N., Manston, 
Blandford, aged 14, December 17. Left 1877. 3 Bowden Smith 

Entered the Merchant Service, Second Mate's Certificate. Called to the Bar, 
July, 1889. Western Circuit and J.P. for Dorset. Hon. Secretary for Cremation 
Society. Assumed the additional surname of HANHAM after SWINBURNE, 1883. 
Of 106, Goldhurst Terrace, South Hampstead, London, N.W. National Liberal Club. 

Tinker, Edward, son of James Tinker, Esq., New York, U.S. A , aged 14, 
March 24. Left 1876. 1 Bowden Smith 

Woolwich, May, 1878. Gazetted to Royal Artillery, February, 1880. Captain, 
May, 1888. Major 1897. Retired 1902. Naval and Military Club. 

Cumberbatch, Carlton Parry, son of Laurence Henry Cumberbatch, Esq., 

Queen's House, Lyndhurst, Hants, aged 13, March 15. Left 

1878. a Bowden Smith 

Royal Agricultural College, Cirencestef. Diploma. In Office of a Firm of 

Surveyors and Land Agents in London. Of 9, Whitehall Place, London, S.W., 

and 30, Westbourne Park, London, W. Constitutional Club. 

Ockleston, John, eldest son of William Henry Ockleston, Esq., Alder Hey, 
Knotty Ash, Liverpool, aged 15, July 19. Left 1876. 1 Bowden Smith 
In business as a Tanner at Runcorn. J.P. for Cheshire. Of Oakdale, Five 
Crosses, Overtoil, Warrington. 

Robinson, William John, son of W.Robinson, Esq., The Glebe, Lightwood, 
Longton, aged 14, September 2. Left 1877. 1 Bowden Smith 

In business as a Brewer. A partner in the Firm of Bindley and Co., Burton-on- 
Trent. Of Saverley House, Cresswell, Staffordshire. 

Andrew, Walter Jonathan, son of Eli Andrew, Esq., Mere Bank, Fairfield, 
Manchester, aged 15, November 24. Left 1877. 1 Hutchinson 

Admitted a Solicitor, December, 1882. Practising at Manchester and Whalley 
Range. 

Stolterfoht, Edward Herman, son of Joachim Nicholas Stolterfoht, 
Esq., Sandown Park, Wavertree, Liverpool, aged 13, September 
15. Left 1878. 3 Hutchinsion 

Formerly in business in Liverpool. Residing at Sydney, New South Wales. 

Martin, Frederick William, son of William Martin, Esq., Bournbrook Hall, 
Stirchley, Birmingham, aged 15, Nov. 8. Left 1877. 1 Hutchinson 
Architect and Surveyor. Of 196, Hagley Road, Birmingham. 

Rhodes, George Wood, son of Thomas Rhodes, Esq., J.P.. Mersey Bank, 
Hadfield, Manchester, aged 14, September 4. Left 1878. 1 Wilson 

In business in Manchester. Chairman of T. Rhodes & Co., Limited. J.P. for 
Cheshire. Of 27, Kensington Court, London, and Mottram-in-Longdendale, 
Cheshire. 



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Firth, John Bradley, eldest son of Mark Firth, Esq., J.P., Page Hall, 
Sheffield, aged 15, November 2. Left 1877. 3 Wilson 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1879. Of Idsworth House, Horndean, Hants. Oxford 
and Cambridge Club. 

Firth, Mark, second son of the above Mark Firth, Esq., aged 14, December 
31. Leftl879. 2 Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1886. J.P. for Leicestershire. Of 
Wistow Hall, Leicestershire. Junior Carlton Club. 

Gait, Herbert, son of Edwin Gait, Esq., Catisfield House, Fareham. 
Hants, aged 12, July 24 Left 1877. 2 Elsee 

Melly, George Henry, son of George Melly, Esq., J.P., Liverpool, (o.R. 
1844), aged 14, March 5. Left 1877. 1 Elsee 

A Shipowner in Liverpool. Of Water Street, Liverpool. 

Dyer, Thomas Swinuerton, only son of Captain Swinnerton Halliday 
Dyer, afterwards Baronet, Westcroft, Bagshot, Surrey, aged 15, 
October 6. Left 1875. 3 Lee Warner 

Magdalen College, Cambridge, 1880. Succeeded his father as eleventh Baronet, 
March 16, 1882. Of 20, Cadogan Place, London, S.W. Junior Carlton Club. 

Williams, Frederick McDougal, son of John Thomas Williams, Esq., 
M.D., 75, Cambridge Terrace, London, W., aged 13, September 
29. Left 1877. 3 Lee Warner 

In business as a Paper Manufacturer. Of Esk Vale, Pennycuik, Edinburgh. 

Jackson, Percy Edward, son of E. Jackson, Esq., 76, Huskisson Street, 
Liverpool, aged 12, July 18. Left 1875. 1 Lee Warner 

A Company Promoter. 

Boughton Leigh, John -Hugh, son of the Rev. Theodosius E. B. Ward 
Boughton Leigh, Newbold-upon-Avon, aged 14, February 29. 
Left 1876. 8 Lee Warner 

Entered first in January, 1874. Captain in 4th (Militia) Battalion, The Eoyal 
Warwickshire Regiment, March 5, 1887. Of Ullesthorpe Hall, Rugby. 

Ware, John, second son of the late George Ware, Esq., and ward of 
J. C. Jervis, Esq., 25, Westbourne Park, London, W., aged 15, 
July 27. Left 1876. 2 Lee Warner 

Magdalen College, Oxford, 1879. Residing in Australia since 1880. 

Robinson, William Peart, eldest son of William Kobinson, Esq., Keedley 
Bank, Burnley, aged 13, October 22. Left 1880. 8 Lee Warner 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1886. J.P. for Lancashire. Director of the Craven 
Bank. Of Reedley Hall, Burnley. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Edwards, Llewellyn, son of Edward Edwards, Esq., Kidbrooke Lodge, 
Blackheath, Kent, aged 15, July 23. Left 1877. 3 Lee Warner 
In business in London. Of 4, Vanbrugh Park Road East, Blackheath. 

Stokes, Frederick Charles, third son of Stephen Stokes, Esq., Fairy Field 
House, Great Barr, Birmingham, aged 14, February 13. Left 
1877. 8 Green 

In business as a Tanner. Of Knowle Hurst, Lichfield. 

Reed, Alfred Stephen, third son of Charles John Heed, Esq., C.B., New- 
biggen House, Kinton, Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 14, August 8. 
Left 1877. 3 Arnold 

In British Columbia, 3891. 

Barwick, William Murgatroyd, second son of the late John Marshall 
Barwick, Esq., of Glen View, Shipley, Leeds, aged 14, Jan. 22, 
1874. Left 1878- 3 Green 

XV. 1878. St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1884. Of Glen View, Shipley. 
Oxford and Cambridge Club. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 13 



dirtier, Henry Hoskins, second son of the Rev. Thomas Gale Curbler, 
(O.K. 1841), Bevere Knoll, Worcester, aged 15, December 9. 
Left 1876. 1 Wilson 

St. Mary Hall, Oxford, 1879. 

Squire, William Harold Stevens, eldest son of William Stevens Squire, 
Esq., 37, Acacia Road, Regents Park, London, N.W., aged 13, 
February 14. Left 1S78. 3 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1877, 1878. VIII. 1878. St. John's College, Oxford, B.A., Casberd Scholar, 
1884, M.A. 1889. Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 1886. Of 3, Hare Court, 
Temple, London, EC. Junior Carlton Club. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1875. 

Austen, Ei-nest Edward, eldest son of Ambrose Austen, Esq., 1, Clifton 
Road, Rugby, aged 7, October 19. Left 1886. 2 Town 

Heidelberg University, 1886. University College, London, 1888. Assistant 
Curator, Natural History Department, British Museum, passing First in Civil 
Service Examination, 1889. Author of "A Monograph on the Tsetse Flies," 1903. 
Served with the City of London Imperial Yeomanry in the South African War, 1900. 
Medal with Four Clasps. Address British Museum, Cromwell Road, London, 
S.W. Imperial Service Club. 

Grant, Patrick Charles Murray, second son of Patrick Grant, Esq., 
98. Cornwall Gardens, South Kensington, aged 14, August 11. 
Left 1879. 3 ' School 

Scholar 1875. Balliol College, Oxford. B.A. 1884. Residing at Bakersfield, 
California, U.S.A. 

Ecroyd, William, second son of William Farrer Ecroyd, Ksq., J P., Spring 
Cottage, Burnley, afterwards of Credenhill, Hereford, aged 14-, 
February 28. Left 1879. 2 School 

VIII. 1878, 1879. A Member of the Firm of W. Ecroyd & Sons, Worsted Spinners 
and Manufacturers, Burnley and Bradford. Assumed the name of FARRER in 
lieu of Ecroyd, 1896. Of Thornburgh House, Leyburn. Constitutional Club. 

FelloWCS, Evelyn Napier, eighth son of the Kev. Thomas Lyon Fellowes, 
Vicar of Honingham and Hon. Canon of Norwich, (O.K. 1830), 
aged 12, June 3. Left 1881. 2 School 

XV. 1880. XI. 1881. Trinity College, Oxford, B.A., Third Class Law, 1884. 
Admittdd a Solicitor, March, 1888. Of 1, Great Winchester Street, London, B.C. 
Wellington Club. 

Spence, Albert Carter, only son of William Alillihorpe Spence, Esq., 
Weston, Otley, Yorkshire, aged 15, Nov. 9 Left 1877. 3 Arnold 
f Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1882, M.A. 1885. Of Weston Manor, Otley. 

Beeton, Arthur Channing, son of Henry Coppinger Beeton, Esq., 2, 
Adamson Road, South Hampstead, London, N.W., aged 14, 
December 8. Left 1878. 1 Arnold 

Died at Victoria, British Columbia, October 22, 1882. 

PreVOSt, Francis Augustin, younger son of Lieut.-Colonel Thomas William 
Prevost, Carlisle, aged 14, March 30. Left 1878. 3 Bowden Smith 
XV. 1877, 1878. XI. 1878. Secretary to the Standard Life Insurance Office, 
Bombay. 

Burnham, Henry Charles, son of George Hodson Burnham, Esq., (O.LI. 
1842),Welringborough,agedl4,Feb.lO. Leftl878. 3 Bowden Smith 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1886. Practised until 1893. Entered the Oratory of St. 
Philip Neri, 1893, and ordained a Priest of the Church of Rome, 1897. Of the 
Oratory, South Kensington, London, S.W. 

Hodge, Kgerton Francis, son of John Hodge, Esq., 57, Russell Square, 
London, aged 13, July 27. Left 1880 2 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1879. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B., Second Class Law 
Tripos, 1883. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1885, but admitted a Solicitor, 
November, 1890. Of 15, Ranelagh Avenue, Hurlingham, London, S.W. 



14 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Jackson, William Gardiner, stepson of the Rev. W. H. Marsh, Little 
Oorapton, Moreton-in-the- Marsh, aged 13, Nov. 3. Left 1876. 1 

Bowden Smith 

Scott, Edmund Ernest, son of Mrs. Scott, 12, Bays Hill Terrace, Chelten- 
ham, aged 14 February 12. Left 1877. 2 Bowden Smith 

In business. Went to San Francisco. 

Swetenham, James Hubert, son of Major James Swetenham, Moston Hall, 
Chester, aged 13, June 8. Left 1878. 1 Elsee 

Died in 1881. 

Agnew, Ernest, eldest son of John Henry Agnew, Esq., the Elms, Eccles, 
near Manchester, aged 14, July 2. Left 1878. 3 Hutchinson 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1883. Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1880. In business 
in Manchester. Of Ranfurly, Alderley Edge. 

Wilkes, Hubert Hope, son of the Rev. Robert Wilkes, Lofts Hall, Saffron 
Walden, aged 14, April 21. Left 1880. 2 Hutchinson 

Died before 1891. 

Calvert, Edmund Percy, only son of the late Edmund Calvert, Esq., of 
Walton-le-Dale, Lancashire, care of Mrs. Calvert. 30, Kensington 
Gardens Square, London, aged 14, Oct. 17. Leftl879. 2 Hutchinson 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1886. Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 

1886. Junior Carlton Club. 

Bosaiiquet, Augustus Percival, eldest son of Percival Bosanquet, Esq., 
(o.u. 1845), Dacre Lodge, East Barnet, Herts, aged 14, October 26. 
Left 1877. 3 Hutchinson 

Studied Languages two years at Wurtemberg and Tours. Sometime orange- 
growing in Florida. Eeturned to England in ill-health. Address, Ponfield, 
near Hertford. 

Allen, Russell, eldest son of Peter Allen, Esq., Sedgley Park. Prestwich, 

Manchester, aged 14, May 11. Left 1876. 3 Wilson 

Studied at Hesse Cassel. A Partner in Evans and Co., " Manchester Evening 

News." D.L. for Anglesea. High Sheriff, 1902. Of The Cedars, Heaton-on- 

Mersey, and Beaumaris, Anglesea. 

Tennant, Robert Hugh, fourth son of Robert Tennant, Esq., M.P., 
Scarcroft Lodge, Shadwell, Leeds, aged 14, November 20. 
Left 1878 2 Wilson 

Managing Director of Stretton's Brewery, Derby. Boodle's Club. 

Lee, Turner, son of James Holwell Leo, Esq., Lentou Field, Nottingham, 

aged 13, December 6. Left 1879 3 Wilson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1884. Served with the 1st Notts Volunteers in the South 

African War. Queen's Medal with Three Clasps. Of 9, Clarendon Road, 

Nottingham. 

Copeland, William Henry Laurence, son of Captain William Henry Cope- 
land, 6, St. Peter's Terrace, Hammersmith, aged 13, March 18. 
Left 188 1. 2 Lee Warner 

XV. 1880. King's College, Cambridge, B.A., M.B., B.C., 1884, M.A. 1889. 
M R.C.S. and L.R.C.P., 1888. Of 4, Bolton Gardens, South Kensington, S-W. 

Forbes, Patrick William, third son of Alexander Clark Forbes, Esq., Whit- 
church, Reading, aged 13, August 31. Left 1877. 1 Lee Warner 
Sandhurst, 1880. Gazetted to 6th Inniskilling Dragoons, April 23, 1881. Captain, 
1887. Retired, 1894. Served with British South Africa Company, 1889-1902. 
Of Whitchurch, Reading. 

Bateson, Thomas Blaikie, son of William Gandy Bateson, Esq., Ne,w Heys, 
Allerton, Liverpool, aged 13, Nov. 18. Left 1878. 1 Lee Warner 
A Cotton Merchant in Liverpool. Of 6, Oldhall Street, and Elmhurst, Aigburth, . 
Liverpool. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 15 



Edmunds, John Masters, son of Mr. John Edmunds, 14, High Street, 
Kugby, aged 12, December 6. Left 1877.* Town 

Engaged with the North Eastern Steel Works, Middlesborough. Of 71, Wood 
Street, Middlesborough-on-Tees, Yorkshire. 

Hall, Charles Ernest, son of Mr. Charles Hall, Lawford Street, Rugby, 
aged 9, August 30. Left 1881. 1 Town 

In the Cement Trade at Hong Kong. 

Hall. Thomas Herbert, son of the above Mr. Charles Hall, aged 12, 
July 16. Left 1878. 1 Town 

Owen's College, Manchester. An Analytical Chemist. 

CollillSOn, Christopher Barber, second son of the late John William 
Sowton Collinson, Esq , of Doncaster, care of Mrs. Collinson, 
8, Moreton Terrace, Rugby, aged 11, Jan. 28. Left 1880. 3 Town 

Passed final examination for Solicitor, 1886, Pembroke College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1891. Ordained, 1893. Vicar of Laxton, near Newark, Notts, from 1898. 
Of Beltoft, Belton, Doncaster. Address, Laxton Vicarage. 

Woodward, Charles Robert John, son of Mr. Charles John Woodward, 

Oliver Street, Rugby, aged 8, March 26. Left 1876. 2 Town 

In the service of the L. and N.-W. Railway, Monument Lane Station, Birmingham. 

Beasley, Ernest Frank, son of Mr. Beasley, 22, High Street, Rugby, 
aged 13, March 5. Left 1877. 2 Town 

South American Railway, Rosario, Argentine Republic, 1891. An Accountant 
on the Vera Cruz Railway, Mexico. 

Campbell, Douglas Walter, son of the late Mr. John Campbell, 31, Hi^h 
Street, Rugby, aged 9, October -27. Left 1881. 1 Town 

Sometime a Banker's Clerk at Coventry. Afterwards a Journalist in America. 

Levett, Charles Arthur John, eldest son of Captain Charles Richard 
Levett, King's Dragoon Guards, The Lawn, Rugby, aged 14 
May 5. Left 1877 3 Town 

Farming at Fielding, New Zealand. 

Levett, Edward Henry, second son of the above Captain C. R. Levett, 
aged 13, May 20. Left 1878. 3 Town 

Farming at Bulls, Rangitikie, New Zealand. 

Levett, Richard Douglas, third son of the above Captain C. R. Levett, 
aged 12, July 18. Left 1878. 3 Town 

Formerly farming in Warwickshire. Of Julian Road, Trent Boulevards 
Nottingham. 

Molesworth, Herbert Crofton St. George, son of the late Captain Morgan 
Crofton Molesworth, R.E., (O.R. 1849), care of Mrs. Molesworth, 
Dover Lodge, Rugby, aged 12, February I. Left 1878. 2 Town 

Went to Cheltenham College. Woolwich, 1880. Gazetted to Royal Artillery 
February 14, 1883. Captain, 1892. Major, 1901. At St. George's, Bermuda 1904 
Of The Hollies, Rugby. Naval and Military Club. 

Haddock, Sydney George, son of Mrs. James Haddock. 40, Albert Street, 
Rugby, aged 12, May 24. Left 1876. 3 Town 

Assistant Engineer, R.N. (H.M.S. Cura?oa), 1887. Promoted to rank of Engineer 
February 1, 1889. Staff Engineer, with rank of Captain, 1903. Of 5. Roebuck 
Road, Rochester. 

ThornMll, John Cecil, son of the late Rev. W. Thornhill, care of Mrs 
Thornhill, Bilton Rond, Rugby, aged 12, July 28. Left 1878 3 Town 

Farming in Manitoba, 1S86-89. Managing Director, Castle Bellingham Breweries 
Lieut -Colonel, late 6th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles. Of Rathmullen Drosrheda' 
* -- \ Ireland. 



16 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Joicey, James, eldest son of the late James Joicey, Esq., of Newcastle, aucl 
of Mrs. R. S. Arnold, Clifton Road, Rugby, aged 14, February 13. 
Leffc 1877. 2 Town Lee Warner 

Jesus College, Cambridge, 1881. Captain, Koyal Wiltshire Imperial Yeomanry. 
J.P. for Gloucestershire. Of Poulton Priory, Fairford, Gloucestershire. Carlton 
Club. 

Joicey, John George, second son of the above James Joicey, Esq., aged 12, 

May 14. Left 1876. 1 Town 

Jesus College, Cambridge, 1882. Address, Poulton Priory. Junior Carlton Club. 

Sargent, Julian Hilton, elder son of William Sargent, Esq., Assistant 
Master at Rugby School, aged 11. April 8. Left 1883. 2 Town School 

Scholar, 1878. Major Exhibitioner, 1883. Scholar of Exeter College, Oxford, 
18S3, First Class Classical Moderations, 1885, B.A., Second Class Final Classical 
School, 1887, Chancellor's Prize, Latin Essay, 1888. Died at Costebelle. near 
Hyeres, March 6, 1891. 

Sargent, Walter Dmitri, younger son of the above William Sargent, Esq., 
aged 9, May 29. Left 1884. 2 Town Bowden Smith 

Scholar, 1879. Major Exhibitioner, 1884. Postmaster of Merton College, Oxford, 
1S83, Second Class Classical Moderations, 1886, B.A. 1888, M.A. 1891. Ordained, 
1889. Vicar of Wolvercot, Oxon, 1895-1901. Of 24, Farndon Road, Oxford. 

Boycott, Arthur St. John, son of the late Rev. Arthur William Boycott, 
Vicar of Aldeby, ward of Miss Turnor, Rugby, aged 11, July 13. 
Left 1876. 3 Town 

Went to Clifton College. Manager of an estate in Virginia, U.S.A., 1891. With 
Messrs. Grand, of New York, 1904. Of 274, Jamaica Avenue, Flushing, Long 
Island, U.S.A. 

Boycott, William Douglas, son of the above Rev. A. W. Boycott, aged 10, 
November 20. Left 1876. 3 Town 

Selwyn College, Cambridge, B.A., 1887. Ordained 1887. Rector of Burgh St. 
Peters, 1890-1899. Vicar of Upton and Fishley, Norfolk, from 1902. 

Magan, Francis William, son of the late Captain Thomas Tilson Magan, 
and ward of Miss O'Grady, Rugby, aged 14, January 31. Left 

1878. 1 Town 

Formerly Farming in Manitoba. Cattle-ranching at Lyle, Klickitat, Washington 

State, U.S.A. 

Richards, George Chatterton, third son of the late John Richards, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Richards, 12, Russell Street, Rugby, aged 7, August 
24. Left 1885 2 Town School 

Scholar, 1882. Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1885. Scholar of Balliol College, 
Oxford, 1883. First Class Classical Moderations, 1887. Ireland Scholar, 1887. 
B.A , First Class Final Classical School, 1889. Fellow of Hertford, 1889-91. Derby 
Scholar, 1890. Craven University Fellow, 1890-91. M.A. 1892. Professor of 
Greek, University College, Cardiff, 1891-98. Ordained, 1895. Assistant Curate 
of St. John Baptist, Cardiff, 1895-98. Fellow and Tutor of Oriel College, 
from 1898. Of 13, Canterbury Road, Oxford. 

Faith full Wyndham James Hamilton, third son of the Rev. George 
Faithfull, Storrington Rectory, Sussex, aged 14, March 30. 
Left 1876. 3 Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1881. Ordained, 1885. Has held various 
Assistant Curacies. Rector of Oaksey, Malmesbury, from 1890. 

Wolton, John Hyem, son of John Hyem Wolton, Esq., Woodlands, Peck- 
ham Rye. aged 13, November 30. Left 1878. 1 Elsee 
A member of the London Stock Exchange, but has retired from business. Of 
23, Hanover Square, London, W. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1875. 

Paine, William Worship, third son of Thomas Paine, Esq., 9, Albert Road, 
Regents Park, afterwards Knight, aged 13, November 2. Left 

1880. 2 School 

New College, Oxford, B.A., First Class Law School, 1884. Admitted a Solicitor, 
1887. 14, St. Helen's Place, E.G. Of 19, Lyndhurst Road, Hampstead. City of 
London Club. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 17 



Sadler, Michael Ernest, eldest son of Michael Thomas Sadler, Bsq , M.D., 
21, Church Street, Barnsley, aged 14, July 3. Left 1880. 2 School 

Scholar, 1876. Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1880. Scholar of Trinity College, 
Oxford, 1880, First Class Classical Moderations, 1882, B A., First Class Final 
- Classical School, 1884, M.A. 1887. Secretary to the Oxford University Extension, 
1885-95. Student and Steward of Christ Church, 1890-95. Director of Special 
Inquiries and Reports to the Board of Education, 1895-1903. Professor of History, 
Victoria University, Manchester, 1903. Of Eastwood, Weybridge. Athenaeum Club . 

Story-Maskelyne, Antony St. John, only son of Edmund Mervyn Booth 

Storey, afterwards Story-Maskelyne, of Lincoln's Inn,- Barrister- 

\. . ,at-Law, arid of the Manor House, Lydiard Milicent, Wilts, Esq., 

(O.K. 1842), aged 14, July 31. Left 1879. 3 School 

King's College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class History Tripos, 1882. Diplomatic 
Service, 1884. Medical Student, St. Bartholomew's, 1885-1889. A Clerk in 
H.M. Record Office, 1890. National Liberal Club. 

Walrond, Seymour Henry, second son of Theodore Walrond, Esq., O.B., 
(O.K. 1834), Calder Lodge, Maidenhead, aged 13, October 13. 
Leftl880. 2 School 

XI. 1879, 1880. XV. 1879. Balliol College, Oxford, 1880. In business in London 
from 1881. Of 13, Chester Square, London. 

Trimmer) Edward Douglas, eldest son of Edward Trimmer, Esq., College 
Green, Gloucester, aged 13, March 8. Left 1879. 3 School 

XV. 1879. Qualified for a Solicitor, January, 1887. Inland Revenue Law 
Department, Somerset House. 

Soames, Gordon, second son of the Rev. Charles Soames, Rector of Milden- 
hall. Marlborough, aged 14, July 15. Left 1880. 2 School 

; VIII. 1880. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1883, M.A. 1889. Ordained, 1887. 
Rector of Mildenhall, Marlborough, from 1894. New Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Sellar, William Cross, son of Thomas Sellar, Esq., Hall Grove, Bagshot, 
Surrey, aged 13, July 16. Left 188 1. 2 School 

Union Club, Trafalgar Square, London, S.W. 

Walrond, Arthur Francis, third son of Theodore Walrond, Esq., C.B., (O.B. 
1834), Calder Lodge, Maidenhead, aged 12, May 17. Left 
1880. 3 School 

.. ,. .; The original founder of the Netting Hill Club, taken over by Rugby as part of 
the Rugby School Mission. Sub- Agent of the Bank of England, Burlington 
Gardens, London, W., from 1893. 

Fayrer, James Outram Spens, son of Joseph Payrer, Esq., M.D., F.R.S., 
afterwards K.C.S.I., 16, Granville Place, London, W., aged 14, 
February 20. Left 1878. 3 School 

Sandhurst, 1879. Gazetted to the Suffolk Regiment, July 1, 1881. Captain, 
Indian Staff Corps, 1892. Major, 1901. Served in the Black Mountain Expedition, 
1888. Medal with Clasp. In the Hazara Expedition, 1891. Clasp. With the 
second Miranzai Expedition, 1891. Clasp. And with the Waziristan Expedition, 
1894-5. Clasp. 

Blackwell, William Ernest, son of Thomas Francis Blackwell, Esq., The 
Cedars, Harrow Weald, aged 13, Dec. 27. Left 1880. 1 School 

VIII. 1879. Died before 1891. 

Heycock, John Hippisley, eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Heycock, Rector 
of Seaton, Uppingham, aged 14, May 15. Left 1878. 3 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1880. Gazetted to the 1st Battalion The Leicester- 
shire Regiment, May 12, 1883. Captain. 1893. Retired, 1903. Army and Navy 
Club. 

Ezham, Alfred Harmer, son of T. Exham, Esq., Alta Terrace, Monkstown, 
Go. Cork, aged 14, March 3. Left 1878. 1 School 

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18 Jex-Blalce, 1874-87. 



Longman, John Frederick, son of William Longman, Esq., Abbess Grange, 
Leckford, Stockbridge, aged 15, Sept. 12. Left 1877. 3 School 

Died in New Zealand, before 1891. 

Stone, Samuel Francis Montagu, son of Samuel Francis Stone, Esq., 
Woodlands, Knighton, Leicestershire, aged 14, July 17. Left 
1877. 3 School 

Admitted a Solicitor, May, 1884. Firm of Stone, Willcox and Button, Leicester. 
Of Kirby Frith HaU, Leicester. 

Dealtry, Thomas, son of the Ven. Thomas Dealtry, Swillington, Leeds, 
formerly Archdeacon of Madras, aged 13, October 11. Left 
1877. 3 School 

Residing in America, 1891. 

Arnold, Franck Thomas, son of the Rev. Charles Thomas Arnold, Assistant 
Master at Rugby School, (O.B. 1831), aged 14, September 6. 
Left 1880. 2 Arnold 

Scholar, 1875. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1889. Lecturer in 
German at University College, Cardiff. Of St. Margaret's, Llandaff. 

Mackenzie, Kenneth John, eldest son of Sir Kenneth Smith Mackenzie, 
of Gairloch, Bart., Conan House, Dingwall, N.B,, aged 13, 
October 6. Left 187 7.* Arnold 

Non-Collegiate, Oxford, 1880. Gazetted to the 4th Battalion Prince Consort's 
Own Rifle Brigade, March 10, 1883. Captain 1891. Served in the Burmese War. 
Medal with Clasp. Retired with rank of Major. King's and Lord Treasurer's 
Remembrancer for Scotland, from 1900. Succeeded his father as Seventh Baronet, 
1900. Of Conan House, Ross-shire, and 10, Moray Place, Edinburgh. Naval and 
Military Club. 

Lea, John, son of the Rev. Frederick Simcox Lea, Rector of Tedstone 
Delamere, Worcester, aged 14, January 14. Left 1878. 3 Arnold 

In Messrs. Baring Brothers, 1879-1894. Sub- Agent, Bank of England. Newcastle. 
1895-1902, and at Liverpool from 1902. 

Home, William Edward, son of W. Home, Esq., M .D,, Inspector-General 
of Hospitals, A.M.D., 6, Royal Park, Clifton, Bristol, aged J5, 
June 21. Left 1878 Arnold 

Minor Exhibitioner, 1878. B.Sc., Edinburgh, 1882. M.B. and O.M., Bdinbuigh, 
1885. M.D. 1895. Staff Surgeon, Royal Navy. 

Harrison, Bernard, son of Arthur Harrison, Esq., Qottingham, Hull, aged 
14, April 3. Left 1876.' Arnold 

Address, as above. 

Weisse, Henry Victor, second son of Trangott Heinrich Weisse, Esq., 
1, Darnaway Street, Edinburgh, aged 16, May 1. Left 1878 2 Arnold 

Exhibitioner of Christ Church, Oxford, 1879, B.A. 1886. A Master at Sherborne, 
1885-1889. Headmaster of the Lower School of Lawrence Sheriffe, Rugby, from 
1890. National Liberal Club. 

Grahame, Alexander Monteith Brown, son of John Grahame, Esq., White- 
cross, Dunblane, N.B., aged 12, Nov. 15. Left 1881.* Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1881. A Partner in the Firm of Hirst, Nelson and 
Co., Engineers, &c., Glasgow. 

Grahame, John Buchanan, eldest son of the above John Grahame, Esq., 
aged 14, August 81. Left 1880.* Arnold 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1886. In Australia, 1891. 

Jones, Arthur Morgan Bulkeley, son of James Cove Jones, Esq., Loxley 
Hall, near Warwick, aged 13. Dec. 26. Left 1878. 3 Arnoltf 

Gazetted to the 20th Hussars, October, 1883. Captain, 1889. Major, 1899. 
Present at the engagement of Ginnis, Upper Nile, 1885, as Orderly Officer to 
Sir Frederick Stephenson. Medal and Khedive's Star. Served in the South 
African War, 1902. Mentioned in despatches. Cavalry Club. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 19 



Wayne, William Henry Foskefct, eldest sou of the Rev. William Henry 
Wayne, Sheinton Rectory, Shrewsbury, aged 13, April 19. 
Left 1879. 1 Arnold 

Scholae Cane , Truro, 1882. Ordained, 1885. Vicar of Sheldon, 1890-92. Chaplain, 
St. Mary's, High Legh, Cheshire, 1892-1901. Rector of St. Mawgan, St. Columb, 
Cornwall, from 1901. 

Ratllbone, Frederick, third son of Benson Rathbone, Esq., Aigburbh, 
Liverpool, aged 14, February 15. Left 1878. 2 Bowden Smith 
Studied in Germany, 1878. In business, from 1879. Of Oakwood, Aigburth, 
Liverpool. 

Walker, Gibson, son of Joseph Walker, Esq., Douro House, Wolverhampton, 
aged 15, May 3. Left 1877. 2 Bowden Smith 

A partner in T. W. and J. Walker, Merchants, Wolverhampton. 

Johnson, John Bromwich, only son of Thomas John Johnson, Esq., Manor 
House, Willoughby, Rugby, aged 14, April 14. Left 1877.* 

Bowden Smith 

Farming in Warwickshire. Of Chesterton Fields, near Leamington. 

Agnew, Walter, third Son of William Agnew, Esq., afterwards a Baronet, 

Summer Hill, Pendleton, Manchester, aged 14, April 29. Left 

1880. 2 Hutchinson 

XV. 1878, 1879. Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1883. Called to the Bar, 

Inner Temple, 1886. A partner in Christie, Manson, and Woods. Of 7, Bryan 

ston Square, London, W. 

Bateson, William, son of the Kev. William Henry Bateson, D.D., 
Master of St. John's College, Cambridge, aged 14, August 8. 
Left 1879. 2 Hutchinson 

Scholar. 1875. Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge, 1882, B.A. First Class 
Natural Science, 1883, Balfour Student, 1887-1890, Fellow and Steward, 1885. 
F.R.S. Of Merton House, Grantchester, Cambridge. 

Calyert, Frank, son of Henry Calvert, Esq., Pendleton, Manchester, aged 
14, April 9. Left 1879. 2 Hutchinson 

A Cotton Spinner and Manufacturer. Of Ashton Park, Preston. 

G-edge, Sydney Francis, eldest son of the Rev. William Wilberforce Gedge, 
Malvern Wells, aged 14, April 3. Left 1879. 8 Hutchinson 

VIII. 1878, 1879. New College, Oxford, B.A. 1883. Formerly a Solicitor. 
Admitted August, 1886. 

NeWton, Henry Alfred, fourth son of Frank Newton, Esq., Maimo, Sweden, 
and nephew of Miss Newton, Blandford, Dorset, aged 14, March 
10. Leftl879. 1 Hutchinson 

Scholar, 1875. Scholar of Magdalen College, Cambridge, 1880, B.A. 1883, M.A. 
1887. Secretary, County Brewers' Society, from 1893. Of 21, Ovington Square, 
London, W. 

Behrens, Walter Lionel, son df Edward Behrens, Esq., Fallowfield, 
Manchester, aged 14, July 15. Left 1879. 3 Wilson 

A Merchant in Manchester. Of Bettisfield Park, Whitchurch, Salop. 

Cobb, John Gerard, eldest son of Thomas Fix Cobb, Esq., 18, Craven Hill 
Gardens, London, W., aged 13, June 22. Left 1881. 3 Wilson 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1884. Admitted a Solicitor, 1888. Of 22, College 
Hill, London, B.C. New Universities Club. 

Millet, Reginald Walter, son of William Walter Miller, Esq., Western 
Terrace, Nottingham, aged 15, May 14. Left 1878. 3 Wilson 

Admitted a Solicitor, April, 1884. Practising at Nottingham. 

Rothera, Frank, youngest son of George Bell Rothera, 17, Waverley Street, 

Nottingham, aged 14, February 19. Left 1877. 3 Wilson 

Edinburgh University, M.B. and C.M., 1883, M.D. 1887. M.R.C.S. Studied also 

at Prague, Leipzig, and Berlin. Medical Officer of Health, Beeston Urban 

District. Of The Old Manor House, Beeston, Notts. 



20 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Shaw, William Rawson, son of Thomas Shaw, Esq., M.P., Allangafce, 
Halifax, aged 15, May 1. Left 1877. 2 Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B. A. 1890, M. A. 1894. J.P. for West Biding. M.P. 
for Halifax, 1893-97. Of Oakes House, Halifax. Reform Club. 

Stutfield, William Gerald, son of William Stutfield, Esq., Netherdale, 
TurrifE, N.B., aged 13, April 28. Left 1879. 3 / Wilson 

Racquets, 1879. Died in Brazil before 1891. 

Allen, Charles Peter, second son of Peter Allen, Esq., Sedgeley Park, 
Manchester, aged 13, December 2. Left 1880. 3 Wilson 

XV. 1878, 1879, 1880. University College, Oxford, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1888. Called 
to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1888. A Journalist in Manchester. M.P. for Stroud 
Division of Gloucestershire, from 1900. Of Farmhill Park, Stroud. 

Tobin, Edwin Wodehouse, son of James Aspinall Tobin, Esq., Eastham, 
Cheshire, (O.K. 1832), aged 14, June 16. Left 1879 * Elsee 

VIII., 1879. Died April, 18?5. 

Swann, Harington, son of the Rev. John Bellingham Swann, 9, Vernon 
Street, Derby, aged 14, April 14. Left 1878. 1 Elsee' 

Gazetted to the 1st Battalion The King's (Liverpool) Regiment, April 23, 1881. 
Captain, 1890. Major, 1900. 

Leslie, Charles EYederick Henry, third son of Henry David Leslie, Esq., 
59, Conduit Street, London, W., aged 13, Dec 8. Left 1880.* Elsee 

Scholar, 1875. XI. 1877, 1878, 1879, 1880. Racquets, 1878, 1879, 1880. XV. 1879. 
Oriel College, Oxford, 1880. A Member of the Firm of Fenwick-and G&., 
Abchurch Lane, London, B.C. Arts and Lyric Clubs. 

Haddeu, Francis John fifth son of Frederick John Hadden, Esq., Wyke- 
ham Abbey, York, aged 13, December 15. Left 1879. 1 Elsee 

A Tea Planter from 1879. Of Hunugalla, Blkadua, Ceylon. Badminton Club. 

Forget, Alfred Edward, only son of Charles Isaac Forget, Esq., Chateau 

Banquet, Geneva, aged 14, December 25. Left 1878 Elsee 

Residing in South America. Estancia Floraire, Entre Rios, Argentine Republic. 

Cubitt, Bertram Blakiston, eldest son of Major Frank Astley Ciibitt, 
(O.K. 1848), Great Yarmouth, afterwards of Thorpe Hall, Norwich, 
aged 13, August 20. Left 1881. 2 Lee Warner 

Scholar, 1877. Major Exhibitioner, 1881. Balliol College, Oxford, Second Class 
Classical Moderations, 1882. B.A., Second Class Final Classical School, 1685; 
Passed 30th for Indian Civil Service, 1881. Resident Clerk, War Office, since 
1886. Union Club. 

Dixou, Thomas, son of Thomas Dixon, Esq., Eheda, Carnforth, aged 14 

June 9. Leftl878. 1 Lee Warner 

Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1895. J.P. for Cumberland. Of Rheda, Cleator 

Moor, Cumberland. New University Club. , ,. .. ; .,.,,. .s .- 

Erskine, Malcolm Henry, son of Claude Erskihe, Esq., late Bombay C.S., 
87, Harley Street, London, W., aged 13, Nov. 18. Left 1880. 1 

Lee Warner 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1883, M.A. 1887. On the London Stock Exchange. 
Of Lincoln Lodge, St. Margarets, Twickenham. 

Donnison, Thomas Edward, son of Thomas Donnison, Esq., 196, Grove 
Street, Liverpool, aged 15, Aug. 20. Left 1878. 8 ' Lee Warner 

Admitted a Solicitor, July, 1884. Subsequently an Artist. . ..? 

Harvey, John Robert, eldest son of Major John Edmund Harvey, 49, 
Gloucester Terrace, St. Heliers, Jersey, aged 14, July 30. 
Leftl877. 3 Lee Warner 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1879. Gazetted to the 5th Lancers, June 3, 1885. 
Lieut. -Colonel, commanding the 43rd Suffolk Yeomanry and 25th Battalion 
Imperial Yeomanry in South African War, 1900-1902. D.S.O. King's Medal with 
two Clasps. Of Holmwood, Thorpe, Norwich. Army and Navy Club. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 21 



Keep, Ernest Edward, eldest son of Edward Keep, Esq., Westmere, 
Edgbaston, aged 15, June 12. Left 1879 2 Lee Warner 

Corpus Christ! College, Oxford, B.A., Second Class Modern History, 1882, M.A. 
. - , , . 1887. Admitted, a Solicitor, 1886. Practising in Australia. MA. ad eundem. 
Melbourne University, 1888. Of Witchwood, Punt Hill, 8. Yarra, Melbourne, 
{ ', ,: Australian Club. 

Lupton, Hugh, fifth son of Francis Lupton, Esq., Beechwood, Leeds, aged 
14, May 11. Left 1879. 3 Lee Warner 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1884. A Civil Engineer. Of The Acacias. 
Roundhay, Leeds. 

Ransome, James Stafford, second son of Allen Kansome, Esq., Eukestons, 
Clapham Common, London, S.W., aged 14, December 6. 
Left 1877. 8 Lee Warner 

An Engineer. Assoc. Member Inst. Civil Engineers, 1883. Subsequently a 

Journalist and Special Correspondent. Illustrator and part Author of " Clara 

r .,- , in Slunderland." Of 16, Carlisle Mansions, London, S.W. Constitutional Club. 

Ransome, Lewis Henry, fourth son of the above Allen Ransome, Esq., 
aged 13. June 21. Left 1880. 3 Lee Warner 

, : vAn Engineer. Member Inst. Civil Engineers. F.R.C.S. Has explored 
Madagascar, and the Antananbalana River. Of Farndon, Newark-on-Trent. 

Simey, Ralph Iliff, eldest son of Ralph Siraey, Esq., Ashbrooke Road, 
Sunderland, aged 13, March 28. Left 1881. 2 Lee Warner 

Scholar, 1875. Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1881. Head of School. Scholar of 
Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1881, First Class Classical Moderations, 1882, B.A. , 
. Second Class Final Classical School, 1885. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1887. 
North-Eastern Circuit. Of 11, King's Bench Walk, Temple, London, E.G. 

Smith, John Leslie, son of the late John Smith, Esq., 27, Princes Gate, 

'London, ward of Dr. Dyce Duckworth, ll,0!rafton Street, London, 

< aged 13, November 17. Left 1878. 3 Lee Warner 

XI. 1878. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, February 23, 1881. Captain, August 
24, 1889. Reserve of Officers, 1897. 

Wood, Arthur Thorley, third son of John Richard Wood, Esq., Melton 
Hall, Woodbridge, aged 15. July 7. Left 1877. 3 Lee Warner 

St. George's Hospital, 1880. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1886. Of Elm House, 
. ; Ipswich, Suffolk. 

Fletcher, John Henry, second son of John Fletcher, Esq., Springfield 
House, Ashton-under-Lyne, aged 15, Dec. 31. Left 1878. 3 Green 
XI. 1878. Called to the Bar, 1884, but admitted a Solicitor, February, 1890. Of 
Stamford Villa, Ashton-under-Lyne. 

Murdock, John, eldest son of William Mallaby Murdock, Esq.. Whinsfield, 
Barrow-in-Furness, aged 14, May 23. Left 1876. 1 Green 

An Analytical Chemist. At the Tredegar Ironworks, till 1898. Afterwards at 
the Western Tinplate Works till 1902. Of Cooper's Hill, Englefield Green. 

Stone, William Henry, only son of William Stone, Esq., Mackworth, 

Swansea, aged 14, October 9. Left 1879. 2 Green 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1883, M.A. 1887. Ordained 1883. Rector of 

Charleton, Devon, 1888. Vicar of St. James, Hatcham, 1891-96. Vicar of St. 

Mary, Kilburn, from 1896. 

Radley, Charles Ernest, eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Radley, Ashton- 
under-Lyne, aged 15, July 16. Left 1879. 2 Green 

.f.--f> : ;- Brasenose College, Oxford, 1879. Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1881. 

Bird, William Arthur, son of Mr. A. Bird, 33, Princes Street, Rugby, 
aged 12, May 1. Left 1877. 3 Town 

... 7r . , Hatfield Hall, Durham, 1889. Residing at Geneva, Illinois, U.S.A. 

Blakiston, (Jlarence, son of John Richard Blakiston, Ksq., Warwick 
- - Street, Rugby, aged 11, April 23. Left 1878. 2 Town 

An Actor. Of 79, St. George's Square, London, S.W. 



22 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Burbidge, Albert Edward, son of Mr. John Burbidge, 30, Sheep Street, 
Rugby, aged 12, July 26. Left 1878. 2 Town 

Poultry Farming in South California, U.S.A. 

Carrington, James Henry, son of Mr. Joseph Carrington,8, Newbold Road, 

Rugby, aged 13, December 30. Left 1877. 1 Town 

In the Postal Service at Stoke Newington. Of Church Street, Stoke Newington. 

Gardner, Richard Titley, eldest son of the Rev. James Cardwell Gardner, 
Hillmorton Lodge, ttngby, aged 13, Sept. 29. Left 1878. 1 Town 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1889. Wells Theological College, 
1885. Ordained 1886. Incumbent of Darling Downs, Brisbane, 1888. Vicar of 
Pilling, Lancashire, 1893-97. Chaplain to the Forces in South Africa, 1900-1902. 
Mentioned in despatches. Two Medals and Five Clasps. Of Fluke Hall, 
Garstang, Lancashire. 

Griffin, John Thomas, son of Mr. G. T. Griffin, 5, High Street, Rugby, 
aged 12, January 23. Left 1878. 2 Town 

A Civil Engineer. On the Lombardy Roads Railway Company, 1891. Of Casa 
Marina, La Madalena, Sardinia. 

Taylor, Arthur Robert, son of Mr. It. Taylor, 1, St. Matthew's Street, 
Rugby, aged 12, December 6. Left 1877. 3 Town 

In business at 2, Lawrence Sheriffe Street, Rugby. 

Ward, William Percy, son of W. Ward, Esq., I.C.S., card of Mrs. 
Ward, Hillmorton Terrace, Rugby, aged 13, October 13. Left 
1880. 3 Town Green 

XI. 1879, 1880. XV. 1880. Gazetted to the 1st Battalion The Cameronians 
(Scottish Rifles), February 19, 1881. 

Oldham, Henry Yule, fifth son of Thomas Oldham, Esq , LL.D., Hill- 
morton Road, Hugby, aged 12, December 14. Left 1881. 3 Town 
Exhibitioner of Jesus College, Oxford, 1882. B.A. 1886. F.R.G.S. 1889. Tutor 
to the Due d'Orleans, 1886. A Master at Harrow School, 1890-91. Reader in 
Geography, Cambridge University, 1893-98. Of King's College, Cambridge. 
Royal Societies Club. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1876. 

Samuelson, Francis Arthur Edward, second son of Bernhard Samuelson, 
Esq., M.P., F.R.S., (afterwards created a Baronet), Bodicote 
Grange, Banbury, aged 14, February 26. Left 1879.* School 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1886. Student of Inner Temple, 1882. Chairman 
of Sir B. Samuelson and Co., Limited, Middlesborough, from 1895. Of 
Breckenbrough Hall, Thirsk. 

Samuelson, Godfrey Blundell, third son of the above Sir B. Samtielson, 

aged 12, June 3. Left 1881. 2 School 

VIII. 1881. Balliol College, Oxford, Second Class Classical Moderations, 1883. 

M.P. for Forest of Dean Division of Gloucestershire, 1887-1892. Of Kenfield 

Hall, Canterbury. Reform Club. 

Bradby, Godfrey Fox, eldest son of the Rev. Edward Henry Bradby (O.K. 
1839), Headmaster of Haileybury College, Hertford, aged 12, 
May 21. Left 1882 s School 

XV. 1881. Balliol College, Oxford, First Class Classical Moderations, 1884, B.A.. 
Second Class Final Classical School, 1886, M.A. 1889. An Assistant Maiter at 
Rugby School, from 1887. Of 80, Dunchurch Road, Rugby. 

Biggs, Thomas Porter, son of James Biggs, Esq., Oak Hall, Wanstead, 
aged 14, December 9. Left 1877.* School 

Died in 1883. 

Benyon-Winsor, George Norman, third son of William Hettry Benyon- 
Winsor, Esq., 29, Kensington Gardens Square, London, W., aged 
13, December 3. Left 1880,* School 

Farming in Manitoba, 1801. 



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Bandars, Frederick Eustace, son of Thomas Collett Sandars, Esq., (O.K. 
1836), 45, Westbourne Terrace, London, W., aged 14, May 15. 
Left 1877. 8 Arnold 

Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1887. Died at Caracas, Venezuela, 17 Nov., 1891. 

Bowden Smith, Ernest, fourth son of the Rev. Philip Bowden Smith, (O.K. 
1844), aged 13, January 6. Left 1882. 2 Bowden Smith 

XI. 1881, 1882. R.A.C. Cirencester. Formerly a Tea Planter in Ceylon. Of The 
Cedars, Norwood Green, Middlesex. 

Capron, Frederick William, eldest son of Frederick Lucas Capron, Esq., 
17, Warwick Square, London, S.W., aged 15, October 1. 
Left 1879. 2 Bowden Smith 

XI. 1877, 1878, 1879. XV. 1878. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1883, M.A. 
1887. Admitted a Solicitor, February, 1886. Of 187, Queen's Gate, London, S.W. 
Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Perot, Charles Grandbury, son of William Henry Perot, Esq., 263, Charles 
Street, Baltimore, U.S.A., aged 14, March 17. Left 1879. 2 

Bowden Smith 

A Merchant in Demerara. Of George Town, Demerara, British Guiana. 

Shaw, John Standen, son of Mrs. Shaw, 8, St. Catherine's Terrace, 
Brighton, aged 15, May 30. Left 1877- 3 Bowden Smith 

Gardner, Willoughby, elder son of Henry Gardner, Esq., Sunnyside, 
Higher Tranmere, Birkenhead. aged 15, February 23. Left 1877. 1 

Bowden Smith 

In business in Liverpool, F-R.G.S., and F.L.S., Author of papers in "Science 
Gossip," and other periodicals. Of Daganwy, North Wales. Royal Societies Club. 

BoggS, Ernest de Blois, third son of the late Henry Boggs, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Boggs, 36, Argyll Road, Kensington, aged 13, March 20. 
Left 1879. 1 Hutchinson 

Adopted the surname of BRENTON instead of BOGGS, April, 1883. Of the Cunard 
Steamship Company, London. 

Forshaw, George Alfred, fifth son of John Forshaw, Esq , 29, Grove Park, 
Liverpool, aged 14, April 23. Left 1879. 2 Hutchinson. 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A , 1883. Admitted a Solicitor, July, 1888. Of 21, Sefton 
Drive, Liverpool, Royal Societies Club. 

Tall, William John, eldest son of William Tall, Esq., Hessle, Hull, aged 14, 
Oct. 8. Left 1879. 3 Hutchinson 

A Merchant in Hull. Hull and Bast Riding Club. 

Martin, Herbert, son of William Martin. Esq. , Bournbrook Hall, Stirchley, 
Birmingham, aged 13, April 17. Left 1881. 3 Hutchinson 

XI., 1881. An Architect and Surveyor. Of Barnt Green, Worcestershire. 

Hone, Nathaniel Thomas, son of the late Thomas Hone, Esq., Yapton, 
Monkstown, Co. Dublin, aged 14, June 21. Left 1879. 2 Hutchinson 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1880, 1881. Died at Dublin, September 1881. 

Sidebotham, Frank Hop wood, fourth son of Edmund Clegg Sidebotham, 
Esq., 3, Balmoral Place, Old Ti afford. Manchester, aged 14, 
July 27. Left 1879. 1 Hutchinson 

In Business. - Of Blkstone, Sherborne, Dorset. 

Sugden, Edgar Brewitt, son of the late John Greenwood Sugden, Esq. 
care of Mrs. Sugden, The Mount, York, aged 14, July 23. Left 
1878. 3 Hutchinson 

M.R.C.S., 1686. L.S.A., 1884. Of Burletts, Steyning, Sussex. 

Homfray, Popkin, son of Jeston Homfray, Esq., Colman Hill, Halesowen, 
aged 12, September 2. Left 1878. 3 Hutchinson 

Dead. 



24 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Cohen, Benjamin Arthur, eldest son of Arthur Cohen, Esq., Q.O., 6, Holland 
Park, London, W., aged 13, December 24. Leffc 1881.* Wilson 
Xt. 1881. Minor Exhibitioner, 1881. Exhibitioner of Balliol College, Oxford, 
1881. Second Class Classical Moderations, 1882, B A., Second Class Final 
Classical School, 1886. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, November, 1887. 2, Paper 
Buildings, E.G. Of 11, King's Bench Walk, Temple, London, E.G. Oxford and 
Cambridge Club. 

Lund, William, youngest son of Edward Lund, Esq., F.R.C.S., Whalley 
Range, aged 15, September 12. Leffc 1878 l Wilson 

In business as a Shipping Agent in Liverpool and Manchester. Of Lloyds' 
Buildings, Albert Square, Manchester. 

Johnson, Henry Fielding, fourth son of William Groode Johnson, Esq., 
Park Hill, Nottingham, aged 14, April 22. Left 1878. 1 Wilson 

In business. Of Briar Cottage, Radcliffe-on-Trent, Notts. 

Power, Arthur William Lucy, son of Edward Power, Esq. ,45, Belsize Park, 
London, N.W., aged 14, January 14. Left 1879. 1 Wilson 

Died March 4, 1882. 

Simpson, John Woodhouse, second son of William Simpson, Esq , 100, 
New Walk, Leicester, aged 14, December 7. Left 1878. 8 Wilson 
An Architect and Surveyor. Of Guildford Road, Leicester. : r '; . i- 

Titley, Richard, son of the Rev. Richard Titley, Rector of Barwell, Hinckley, 
aged 14, January 1. Left 1879. 3 Wilson 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A., Junior Optime, 1883, M.A. 1888. Ordained 1886. 
Assistant Curate of Holy Trinity, Selhurst, 1888. 

Wright, Malcolm William Zorapore, son of John William Zorapore 
Wright, Esq., Barton Fields, Canterbury, aged 14, August 11. 
Left 1879. 2 Wilson 

Care of Bernard Wright, Esq., Coltishall, Norwich. 

Bristow, Henry Essex, son of William Bristow, Esq., 2, Vanbnigh Park 
East, Blackheath, aged 13, May 25. Left 1879. 1 % Wilson 

Formerly a Solicitor. Admitted 1887. 

Cuningham, Arthur Mactier, second son of James MacNabb Ouningham, 
M.D , care of General Fooks, Bexley Heath, Kent, aged 14, Dec. 8. 
Left 1877. 2 Wilson 

A Merchant in Melbourne. Hammill and Forrester, Melbourne, Victoria.' . . 

Crouch, Charles Percival, eldest son of Charles W. Crouch. Ksq., 35, Fellows 
Road, Harnpstead, London, aged 15, Aug. 26 Left 1878. 3 Elsee 

St Bartholomew's Hospital, 1881. Brackenbury Scholar at London University, 
M.B. 1887, F.R.C.S., 1890. Honorary Surgeon, Weston Hospital. Of 1, Royal 
Terrace, Weston-super- M are. 

Hannay, Anthony Dixon, son of the late Peter Mann Dixon Hannay, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Hannay, 13, Victoria Crescent, Glasgow, aged 15, 
Jan. 1. Left 1878. 3 Elsee 

In business as a Cotton Merchant, Liverpool and New Orleans. Died 10th April, 

1903. 

Keen, Arthur Thomas, son of Arthur Keen, Esq., Ellesmere House, 
Edgbaston, aged 14, June 14. Left 1880. 2 Elsee 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1884. Called to the Bar, 1885. Oxford Circuit. 
Of 5, Crown Office Row, Temple, London, E.G. 

Leggatt, Charles Ashley Scott, son of Alfred Leggatt, Esq., F.R.C.S 
13, William Street, Lowndes Square, London, S.W., aged 14, 
April 12. Left 1879. 3 Elsee 

XI.. 1877. 1*78, 1879. Edinburgh University, M.B. and C.M., 1885, M.D. 1888. 
One of the Visiting Medical Officers of the Pimlico Dispensary from 1887. Of 
2, Walton Place, London, S.W. 



Jex-BlaJce, 1874-87. 25 



Mason, Henry Gurney, son of T. G. Mason, Esq., St. Mary's Hill, Stamford, 
aged 16, August 26. Left 1877.* Elsee 

Myrtle, Andrew Scott, son of Andrew Scott Myrtle, Esq., M.D., Harrow- 
gate, aged 13, February 21. Left 1878.* Elsee 
Died in 1887. 

Rigky* William Graham, second son of the late William Rigby, Esq., and 
of Mrs. Napier, Dunard, Row, Helensburgh, N.B.. aged 14, 
March 26. Left 1878. 3 Elsee 

J.P. for Denbighshire. Of Pentre Mawr, Trefnant, B.S.O., Denbighshire. 

Sadler, Samuel William Stanley, son of Mrs. Sadler, Purton, Swindon, 
aged 13, February 14. Elsee 

Died at School, June 4, 1877. 

Edwards, Francis Harold, second son of the late Thomas Grandage 
Edwards, Esq., care of Mrs. Edwards, 13, Croxteth Road, Liver- 
pool, aged 14, January 20. Left 1880. 2 Lee Warner 

Crick, 1879. Major Exhibitioner, 1880. University College, Oxford, B.A., 1884. 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1891. Of 7, Fulwood Park, Liverpool. 

Manley, William George, son of William Hewett Manley, Esq., Bridport, 

Dorset, aged 14, June 8. Leffc 1879. 2 Lee Warner 

Scholar of Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1883. B.A. 1885. Hulseian Prize, 

1885. Burney Prize, 1886. Ordained, 1885. M.A. 1889. Died, Assistant Curate 

of Leeds, September 14, 1889. 

Morison, Ernst, son of Henry Geddes Morison, Esq., Madras, India, aged 
13, September 12. Left 1878. 3 Lee Warner 

Formerly in business at Bangalore. 

Robertson, Francis Andrew, son of Captain A. Robertson, Army and Navy 
Club, London, S.W., aged 14, Sept. 16. Left 1877. 2 Lee Warner 
Gazetted to the Royal Marine Light Infantry, February 1, 1881. Captain, 
February 25, 1890. Retired, 1898. 

Smith, Herbert William, son of J. G. Smith, Esq., 177, Renfrew Street, 
Glasgow, aged 13, March 13. Left 1878. 1 Lee Warner 

Of Lake Tatira, Napier, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. 

Wilson, Robert Walton Williams, son of R. Wilson, Esq., Gothic Tower, 
Hoylake, Birkenhead, aged 14, Feb. 1. Left 1880. 2 Lee Warner 
Died llth September, 1887. 

Hobley, Walter, son of Mr. Charles Hobley, 51, James Street, Rugby, 
aged 13, February 5. Left 1878. 2 Town 

London and North- Western Railway. Of 5, Abbey Terrace, Northampton. 

Webb, Francis Macklin, eldest son of Mr. William Webb, 20, William 
Street, Rugby, aged 14, January 9. Left 1877. 2 Town 

Secretary to Amies & Sons, Limited. Of 145, Corporation Street, Stafford. 

Webb, Charles Lee, second son of the above Mr. William Webb, aged 9. 
July 28. Leftl880. s Town 

In the Postal Service from 1885. Of Hawkstone House, Coton Field, Stafford. 

Williams, Arthur Edwin, son of Mr. Henry Thomas Williams, 2, Stephen 
Street, Rugby, aged 10, March 3. Left 1878. 1 Town 

In the G.P.O. Telegraph Department. Of 5, Vaughan Road, Romford Road, 
London, E. 

Gaddiim, Frederick Ducange, second son of George Henry Gaddum, Esq., 
Withington, Manchester, aged 15, June 28. Left 1878.* Elsee 

XI., 1877, 1878. St. John's College, Cambridge, 1878. B.A. 1881. A Merchant 
in Manchester. Died from the result of a bicycle accident, October, 1900. 
VOL. III. D 



26 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1876. 

Dawson, John Sharp, fourth son of the late Joseph Dawson, Esq., and of 
Madame Noirtin, Chateau de la Chambrerie, Tours, aged 13. 
October 11. Left 1877. 2 School 

Pattison, Stanley, son of H. J. Pattison. 13, Avenue Elmers, Surbiton, 
aged 14, October 15. Left 1878. 1 School 

Bagge, Henry Theodore James, son of the late Rev. James Bagge, Rector 
of Crux Easton, Newbury, aged 14, March 12. Left 1877. 1 School 

Tanner, Robert Ernest, eldest son of Robert Pinckney Tanner, Esq., 
Ogbourne Maisey, Wilts, aged 14, June 14. Left 1880. 2 Arnold 

XV., 1879. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1884. M.A., 1887. Ordained, 
1884. Vicar of Motcombe, Shaftesbury, from 1899. 

Snelgrove, John Sidney, son of John Snelgrove, Esq., 13, Holland Park, 
London, W., aged 14, October 26. Left 1880. 1 Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1884. M.A. 1891. Called to the Bar, 1886. 
Of Kingswood, Tunbridge Wells Devonshire Club. 

Cobb, Charles Edward, eldest son of Timothy Edward Cobb, Esq., Bodicote, 
Banbury. aged 13, May 24. Left 1880. 3 Bowden Smith 

XI., 1878, 1879, 1880. XV., 1879, 1880. A Banker. Of 71, Lombard Street, 
London, B. Wellington Club. 

Ritchie, James Wadsworth, second son of the late Montgomery Ritchie, 
Esq., and of Mrs. Adair, Rothdaire, Monasteravan, Ireland, aged 
14, May 24. Left 1877. 2 Bowden Smith 

J.P. for Co. Donegal, and D.L. for Rutland. Served in the South African War as 
Lieutenant Leicestershire Imperial Yeomanry. Captain, 1903. Queen's Medal 
with three Clasps. Of Ashwell, Oakham. White's Club. 

Eden-Hiron, John, son of T. Eden-Hiron, Esq., The Manor House, Shipston- 
on-Stour, aged 13, June 7. Left 1878. 2 Bowden Smith 

Admitted a Solicitor, December, 1883. Clerk to the Guardians and other Boards 
at Shipston. Of Tidmington Cottage, Shipston-on-Stour. 

Ogilvie, Fergus Menteith, son of the late Alexander Ogilvie, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Ogilvie, Sizewell House, Leiston, Suffolk, aged 14, November 
2. Left 1877. 3 Hutchinson 

Left on account of ill health. King's College, Cambridge, B. A., 1884. M.A. and 
M.B., 1890. F.R.C.S., 1898. Practising as an Opthalmic Surgeon. Of 72, 
Woodstock Road, Oxford. Garrick Club. 

Clegg, Frederick, son of the late John Clegg, Esq., care of Mrs. Clegg, 
Broomhirst, Oldham, aged 15, Sept. 4. Left 1878. 2 Hutchinson. 

Of Mumps Mills, Oldham, 1891. Sports Club. 

Burton, Bramwell Charles, third son of David Burton, Esq , Cherry Burton, 
Beverley, aged 13, October 13. Left 1879. 2 Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B. A., 1884. M.A., 1886. Ordained, 1885. Rector of 
Cherry Burton from 1889. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Holme, Clinton James Wilson, son of James Wilson Holme, Esq., M.A., 
83, St. George's Square, London, S.W., aged 13, August 31. 
Left 1878.' Wilson 

A Civil Engineer. 

Evans, Robert, only son of Robert Evans, Esq., The Park, Nottingham, 
aged 13, February 26. Left 1880. 3 Wilson 

An Architect and Surveyor. Of Ravine House, The Park, Nottingham. 



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Bennett, William Wilkie, son of Mrs. F. G. Bennett, St. Helens, Mer- 
chiston, Edinburgh, aged 13, August 23. Left 1877. 3 Blsee 

Cook, Sam, son of the late Thomas Cook, Esq., care of Mrs. Cook, Bill- 
morton House, Rugby, aged 14, May 9. Left 1878. 2 Elsee 

Admitted a Solicitor, February, 1885. Of 238, Edgware Road, London, W. 

Cox, Herbert Louis Noel, son of Herbert Edward Cox, Esq., Reigate, aged 
15, December 11. Left 1877 2 Elsee 

Admitted a Solicitor, February, 1886. Assumed the additional surname of NOEL 
before Cox in 1883. M.B. Durham. F.B.A.S. Of 29, Vicarage Road, Eastbourne. 

Brooke Smith, William, eldest son of Brooke Smith, Esq., Edgbaston, 
Birmingham, aged 14, May 4. Lee Warner 

In the School only a few days. Afterwards went to Clifton and University 
College, Oxford. A Journalist. Of 162, Adelaide Road, London, N.W. 

Donisthorpe, Frederick Russell, son of Alfred Russell Donisthorpe, Esq., 
Oadby, Leicester, aged 12, February 18. Left 1879. 1 Lee Warner 
Has studied in Germany. In business at Leicester as a Cotton and Wool Spinner 
from 1882. Of Coleorton Hall, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. 

Gilmour, James Patrick Eden, son of James Gilmour, Esq., nephew and 
ward of H. B. Gilmour, Esq., Fulwood Park, Liverpool, aged 13, 
September 1. Leftl881. 3 Lee Warner 

XV. 1880. Trinity College, Cambridge, 1881. Sandhurst, 1884. Gazetted to the 
37th Regiment, February 7, 1885. Transferred to the 2nd Battalion King's Royal 
Rifles (60th), May 30, 1885. 3rd Battalion, Malta, 1890. Captain, 1893. Retired, 
1901. Bachelors' Club, Piccadilly, London, W. 

Higgin, Thomas Housman, son of Thomas Higgin, Esq., Huyton, Liver- 
pool, aged 14, November 30. Left 1879. 2 Lee Warner 
Of Hurst Wood, Victoria Road, Freshfield, Liverpool. 

Martineau, Ernest, son of Thomas Martineau, Esq., (afterwards Sir T. 
Martineau, Knight), 26, Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston, aged 15, 
February 23. Left 1879. 2 Lee Warner 

VIII. 1879. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., Historical Tripos, 1882, M.A. 1886. 
Admitted a Solicitor, January 1886. Of 7, Cannon Street, Birmingham. 

MorisOU, Henry Norman, son of Henry Geddes Morison, Esq., Madras, 
aged 12, March 27. Left 1879. 2 Lee Warner 

Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, November, 1887. Practising at Calcutta. Bar 
Library, Calcutta. 

Fearce, William George, son of William Pearce, Esq., afterwards created 
a Baronet, Elm Park, Govan, Glasgow, aged 14. July 23. Left 
1878. 3 Lee Warner 

Trinity CoUege, Cambridge, B.A., and LL.B., 1884. M.A. 1888. Called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple. November, 1885. Succeeded as Second Baronet, 1888. M.P. for 
Plymouth, 1892-95. Of Chiltoii Lodge, Hungerford. Carlton Club. 

Ctuiunell, Roland, eldest son of Richard James Quinnell, Esq., M.D., 
Dharmsala, Punjab, India, aged 14, June 14. Left 1878. 3 Lee Warner 
Indian Forest Service, 1886-98. Of Dewbrook, Blackboys, Sussex. 

Scott, Joseph Marland, son of William Henry Scott, Esq., St. Oswins, 
Tynemouth, aged 14, April 5. Left 1880 2 Lee Warner 

XV. 1879. XI. 1880. In business as a Shipowner. Died 14 April, 1896. 

Williams, John Charles, second son of John Michael Williams, Esq., 
Caerhays Castle, St. Austell, Cornwall, aged 14, September 30. 
Left 1878. 1 Lee Warner 

High Sheriff, Cornwall, 1888. M.P. for Truro Division, 1892-1895. Of Caerhays 
Castle, St. Austell, Cornwall. Brooks' Club. 



28 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Kirk, James Pilling, eldest son of James Kirk, Esq., Killingbeck Hall, 
Leeds, aged 14, May 13. Left 1878. 3 Green 

In business as a Brewer. Of Sherburn, York. 

Alcock, Charles Oughton, son of Mr. James Oughton Alcock, Rugby, 
aged 10, September 23. Left 1878. 2 Town 

In business in Liverpool. Of 38, London Grove, Princes Park, Liverpool. 

Bayliss, Ebenezer James, son of Mr. James Theophilus Bayliss,15, Market 
Place, Rugby, aged 11, February 27. Left 1880. 1 Town 

In business in Rugby. Of 87, Cambridge Street, Rugby. 

Coppock, John Charles, son of Mr. John'Coppock, 3, Albert Street, Rugby, 
aged 10, January 7. Left 1878. 2 Town 

Reporter to the South 3uck Standard. Of 16, St. Paul's Row, High Street, 
High Wycombe. 

Dainty, George Edward Goodall, son of George Goodall Dainty, Esq., 
9, Albert Street, Rugby, aged 15, November 5. Left 1877. 3 Town 

Ayerst College, Cambridge, 1886. Ordained, 1888. Rector of Wentworth, New 
South Wales, from 1899. 

Treaddell, William Harry George, son of Mr. William Treaddell, 
20, Warwick Street, Rugby, aged 11, October 3. Left 1878. 1 Town 
Died at 26, Devonshire Place, Forest Hill, London, October 25, 1888, aged 24. 

WillCOX, Tyrrell Swan, son of Mr. Tyrrell Willcox, 1, Charlotte Street, 
Rugby, aged 12, March 18. Left 1879. 3 Town 

Owner of Stone Quarries at Kasota, Minnesota, U.S.A. 

Newton, Henrv Charles, son of Arthur Henry Newton, Esq., 23, Church 
Row, Hampstead, aged 14, June 19. Left 1879. 1 Green 

In business in London. 37, Rathbone Place, S.W. 

Hoyle, Joshua Fielding, second son of Isaac Hoyle, Esq. (afterwards M.P. 
for Hey wood), The How, Prestwich, Manchester, aged 15, March 7. 
Leftl876. 3 School 

Pembroke College, Cambridge, B.A., 1887. M.A., 1891. Ordained, 1888. Vicar 
of St. Chads, Far Headingley, 1890-96. Rector of Saxby All Saints, Lincoln, 
1896-1902. Vicar of Stoke Pogis, Bucks., from 1902. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1876. 

Cadle, Harry Sidney, son of Miles Cadle, Esq., Coatham, Redcar, aged 13, 
August 16. Left 1882. 2 School 

Scholar, 1876. Head of the School, Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1882. Minor 
Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge, 1882. B A., Second Class Classical 
Tripos, 1885. Admitted a Solicitor, 1889. Of 13, Clifford's Inn, Fleet Street, 
London, E.G. 

Cave, Harold Watkins, eldest son of Lewis William Cave, Esq., Q.C. 
(afterwards Sir L. W. Cave, a Justice of the High Court, 1881, 
O.K., 1847), 15, Southwell Gardens, South Kensington, aged 14, 
August 18. Left 1881. 2 School 

Scholar, 1876. XI., 1879, 1880, 1881. XV., 1879, 1880. Racquets, 1881. Balliol 
College, Oxford, Second Class Classical Moderations, 1882. B.A., Second Class 
Law, 1885. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, November, 1888. Admitted a 
Solicitor, 1895. Of The Hermitage, Broxbourne, Herts. Oxford and Cambridge 
Club. 

Hart, Alfred John, third son of Edward Hart. Esq., 156, Highbury New 
Park, London, N., aged 14, April 6. Left 1881. a School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A., 1885. M.A., 1888. Student of the Inner Temple, 
1884. Admitted a Solicitor, August, 1890. Practising at Eastbourne and 
Brighton. Of Crayford, Saffrons Road, Eastbourne. 



fax-Blake, 1874-87. 29 



Sullen-Smith, Charles, son of James Richard Sullen-Smith, Esq., C.S.I., 
Calcutta, aged 13, January 25. Left 1878. 3 School 

In the Bank of China, Japan, and Straits Settlements. Of 5, Neville Streeti 
Onslow Gardens, London, S.W. 

Dawson, John, son of the late John Dawson, Esq., and nephew of 
E. Dawson, Esq., Hors worth, Leeds, aged 15, November 7. 
Left 1877. 3 School 

Of Kirkstall, Three Kings, Auckland, New Zealand. 

Bowker, Charles Chappe, son of Charles Hardy Bowker, Esq., Pendleton, 
Manchester, aged 15, August 18. Left 1878. 2 School 

Roscoe, Alfred, son of Henry Roscoe, Esq., Roehampton, Surrey, aged 13, 
March 16. Left 1882. 2 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class Historical Tripos, 1885. Called 
to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1888. Of 11, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Appleby, Arthur Bellasyse, son of the late F. R. Appleby, Esq., arid 
nephew of Miss Lee Bellasyse, Cefn-y-Wern, Ruabon, aged 15, 
August 12. Left 1878. 2 School 

Flavelle, John Mason, son of Henry Flavelle, Esq., 79, Hamilton Terrace, 
London, N.W., aged 13, March 5. Left 1878. 2 School 

M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P., 1896. Junior Athenaeum Club. 

Hannen, Benjamin, eldest son of Benjamin Hannen, Esq., 4, Pembridge 
Place. London, W., aged 13, November 11. Left 1880. 3 School 

XV., 1880. Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A., 1884. A partner in Cubitt & Co., 
Grays Inn Road. Of 8, St. Andrews Place, Regents Park, London, N.W. 

Allan, James Bryce, fifth son of Andrew Allen, Esq., lononteh, Montreal, 
Canada, aged 14, June 13. Left 1881. 2 Arnold 

Oriel CoUege, Oxford, B.A., 1885. M.A. and B.C.L., 1895. Student of Lincoln's 
Inn, 1883. Practising as a Barrister and Solicitor at Montreal. L.L.B. Laval 
University, Montreal. Called to the Bar of the Province of Quebec, 1889. Of 
lie Ste Gilles, St. Anne de Bellevue, Canada. 

Bealey, Richard Nowell, son of Samuel Bealey, Esq., 30, Linden Gardens, 
London, W., aged 14, December 29. Left 1879. 2 Arnold 

Clare College, Cambridge, 1880. Sheep farming in New Zealand. Of Riverside, 
Canterbury, New Zealand. 

Challinor, Edward, son of Joseph Challiuor, Esq., Leek, Staffordshire, 
aged 14, February 16. Left 1878. 3 Arnold 

Admitted a Solicitor, September, 1884. Firm of Challinor and Shaw, Leek. 
Of Ball Haye Park, Leek, Staffordshire. Junior Conservative Club. 

Crawford, Claude Melville, son of Arthur Crawford, Esq., (O.K. 1847), 
Bombay, care of Mrs. Crawford, 20, Rue Louis du Flos, Boulogne, 
aged 13, July 31. Left 1878. 1 Arnold 

Scholar, 1876. Gazetted to the East Yorkshire Regiment, September 9, 1882. 
Bombay Staff Corps. Captain 1893. Major 1901. Served with the Burmese 
Expedition, 1887-89. Medal with Clasp. With the Hazara Expedition, 1891, and 
the Isazai Expedition, 1892. Mohmand, 1897-8. Medal with Clasp. Tirah, 
1897-8. Clasp. China Expedition, 1900. Medal. 

Coote, Chidley Eyre, third sou of the late Cornet Eyre Coote, and of Mrs. 
Selby Lowndes, Aspley House, Woburn, Beds, aged 14, April 15. 
Left 1877. 3 Bowden Smith 

Died 22 May, 1879. 

Heynemann, Ernest, son of Leonard David Heynemann, Esq., 14, Pembridge 

Place, London, W., aged 14, June 11. Left 1879. 3 Bowden Smith 

In business as a Yarn Merchant at Bradford. Of 69, St. Mary's Terrace, Bradford. 



30 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



William Fleetwood, third surviving son of Henry Fleetwood Nash, 
Esq., Upton Lea, Slough, aged 14, September 27. Left 
1878. 2 Bowden Smith 

Gazetted to the Border Regiment, January 22, 1881. Captain 1st Battalion, 1889. 
Major 1898. Served with the Tonhon Expedition, Burma, 1889-90. Medal with 
Clasp. In the South African War, 1899-1900. Present at Spion Kop, Vaal Krantz, 
and Pieter's Hill, and at the Relief of Ladysmith. Mentioned in despatches and 
D S.O. Queen's Medal with five Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Newton, John Horton, eldest son of John Newton, Esq., Park Hill, East 
Groydon, aged 14, August 8. Left 1880. 3 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1880. VIII. 1879, 1880. Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1885, M.A, 1888. Of 
8, Bickenhall Mansions, London, W. Junior Carlton Club. 

Whetstone, Walter, son of W. Whetstone, Esq., Broom Leys, Coalville, 
Leicester, aged 13, June 29. Left 1880. 1 Bowden Smith 

Admitted a Solicitor, November, 1885. Died at Knighton, 3 January, 1904. 

Adams, Henry Fox, son of Henry Adams, Esq., Wick House, Brislington, 
Bristol, aged 13, June 21. Left 1878. 3 Hutchinson 

Address, Cannon Hill, Maidenhead. 

Stolterfoht, Perring Thomas son of Herman Stolterfoht, Esq., Sandown 
Park, Wavertree, Liverpool, aged 13, December 8. Left 
1879 2 Hutchinson 

A Merchant in Liverpool. Of 8, Cook Street, Liverpool, and Oakfield, Crompton's 
Lane, Wavertree. 

Atkinson, Joseph Richard, eldest son of Charles R. Atkinson, Esq., O.E., 
Windsor, Belfast, aged 14, Sept. 23. Left 1878. 3 Hutchinson 

VIII. 1878. Sheep Farming in Australia. Died January, 1902. 

Bennett, Arthur Cochrane, son of Peter Duckworth Bennett, Esq., Church 
Road, Edgbaston, aged 16, May 22. Left 1877. 1 Hutchinson 

In business at Patoka; New Zealand. 

Clark, Arthur Lyndon, son of Charles Clark, Esq., Heathfield, Brom- 
borough, aged 13, October 20. Left 1879. 2 Hutchinson 

Court, Edward Darlington, third son of William Roylance Court, Esq., 
Newton Manor, Middlewich, aged 14, June 22. Left 1881. 2 

Hutchinson 

XV., 1880. New College, Oxford, B.A., 1884. In the Civil Service. Local 
Government Board, Whitehall, London, S.W. 

Kirkpatrick, Alexander Thomas, son of Alexander Richard Kirkpatrick, 
Esq., Donacomper, Celbridge, Kildare, aged 13, December 18. 
Left 1880 3 Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Dublin, R.A., 1885. Ordained, 1886. Assistant Curate of 
Dorking, 1886. Incumbent of North Pine, Brisbane, 1889-92. Assistant Curate 
of Loughton, Essex, 1903. 

Lay ton, Henry James Norman, son of James Norman Lay ton, Esq. 
(O.K., 1842), 6, Sussex Place. Hyde Park, London, W., aged 12, 
May 12. Left 1879 . 2 Hutchinson 

In the British Army. In India, 1891. 

Norwood, Charles Henry, son of Charles Morgan Norwood, Esq., M.P., 
23, Queen's Gate Gardens, London, S.W., aged 14, November 22. 
Left 1879. 1 Hutchinson 

An Insurance Broker. Union Club, Trafalgar Square, London. 

Pike, Warburton Mayer, fourth son of the late John William Pike, Esq. 
Westport, Wareham, Dorset, aged 14, September 25, Left 
1879. 2 Hutchinson 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1880. Of Saturna Island, British Columbia. 

Union Club. 



Jex-BlaJce, 1874-87. 31 



Saunders, Cornelius Hale, eldest son of Cornelius Thomas Saunders, Esq., 
Church Hill, Handsworth, aged 14, September 3. Left 1880. 8 

Hutchinson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1886. Of Ashley Grange, Moseley, Birmingham. 

Elsee, Henry John, son of the Rev. Charles Elsee, Assistant Master at 
Rugby School, aged 13, September 2. Left 1S82. 2 Elsee 

Minor Exhibitioner, 1882. St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A., Senior Optime, 
1885. M.A., 1889. Ordained, 1886. Vicar of St. George's, Bolton, from 1896. 

Bentley-InneS, Frederick Dunbar Sinclair, son of Frederick Stocks 
Bentley-Innes, Esq. (O.K., 1852), 107, St. George's Square, 
London, S.W., aged 12, September 21. Left 1881. 3 Elsee 

Sandhurst. 1883. Gazetted to the 14th Hussars, August 23, 1884. Was killed by 
lightning at Hyderabad, May 28, 1885. 

Greg, Ernest William, sou of Edward Hyde Greg, Esq., Handforth, 
Cheshire, aged 14, March 27. Left 1879. 3 Elsee 

XV., 1879. In business at Bolton. Of Egerton Hall, Bolton. 

Kempson, Edwin Hone, eldest son of the Rev- Edwin Alfred Kempson, 
Vicar of Claverdon, Warwick, aged 14, April 16. Left 

1881. 2 Elsee 

Scholar, 1876. XI. 1879, 1880, 1881. Minor Exhibitioner, 1881. Junior Student 
of Christ Church, Oxford, 1881. First Class Mathematical Moderations, 1883. 
B. A., First Class Mathematics, 1885. M.A. 1890. Ordained 1889. A Master at 
Clifton College, 1887. A Master at Harrow, 1888-99. Principal of King William's 
College, Isle of Man, from 1899. 

Kelly, Andre Leonard, fourth sou of Charles Pierre Melly, Esq., 
(O.K. 1844), Riversley, Liverpool, aged 13, November 2. Left 

1880.3 Elsee 

XI. 1880. In business in Liverpool. Of Riversley, Aigburth. 

Salomons, Charles Edward William, son of E. Salomons, Esq., Fallowfield, 
Manchester, aged 14, September 7. Left 1877. 2 Elsee 

Bayley, Francis Henry, eldest son of Captain Frank Bayley, Point de 
Galle, Ceylon, aged 14, December 28. Left 1878 2 Wilson 

In the service of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company. Died 
in Australia, 25 June, 1901. 

Baldwin, John Herbert Lacy, son of John Baldwin, Esq., Clay House, 
Halifax, aged 13, January 28. Left 1882. 2 Wilson 

Chairman of Baldwin and Co., Worsted Spinners, Halifax. 

Bruce, George Lewis, eldest son of Alan Cameron Bruce-Pryce, Esq., 
Duffryn, Cardiff, aged 13, December 17. Left 1881. a Wilson 

Scholar, 1876. Balliol College, Oxford. Second Class Classical Moderations, 1882. 
B.A., Second Class Final Classical School, 1885, M.A. 1888. Member of London 
School Board, 1891 and 1900. Of Woodberrie Knoll, Loughton, Essex. 

Clifford, Henry Charles, son of Henry Clifford, Esq., Lansdowne Place, 
Blackheath, Kent, aged 15, September 10. Left 1879. 2 Wilson 
An Artist. Of 57, Addison Gardens, London, W. 

Coles, Henry Hartland, son of John Henry Campion Coles, Esq., East- 
bourne, aged 14, January 31. Left 1879. 2 Wilson 
Admitted a Solicitor, April, 1886. Of Claremont House, Eastbourne. 

Campbell, John Stratheden, eldest son of John Scarlett Campbell, Esq., 
B.C.S., Chief Judge of Punjanb, aged 13, January 21. Left 
1879. 2 Wilson 

Scholar, 1876. Passed 8th in Indian Civil Service Examination, 1881. Balliol 
College, Oxford, 1881. Student of the Inner Temple, 1882. Magistrate and 
Collector, N.-W. Provinces, and Oudh from 1898. 



32 Jex-BlaJce, 1874-87. 

Firth, Alfred, son of Mark Firth, Esq., Oak Brook, Sheffield, aged 14, 
April 16. Left 1879. 3 Wilson 

Drowned in New Zealand in 1883. 

Jacomb-Hood, Charles John, eldest son of John Kemp Jacomb Hood, Esq., 
Broadwater House, Tonbridge Wells, aged 14, July 4. Left 
1880. 2 Wilson 

M.B.C.S., 1884, and L.R.C.P., 1887. Late House Surgeon, King's College Hospital. 
Hon. Surgeon, Principal Brighton Hospitals. Of 8, St. George's Place, Brighton. 

Lee, James Percy, son of James Holwell Lee, Esq., Lenton Field, 
Nottingham, aged 13, J uly 2. Left 1882. 2 Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1885. Ordained, 1887. Assistant Curate of 
Alfreton, Derby. Died April 17, 1889. 

Miller, Hubert William, second son of William Walter Miller, Esq., 
Western Terrace, Nottingham, aged 15, July 17. Left 1879. 3 Wilson 

Admitted a Solicitor, January, 1884. Of Hatton Hall, Wellingborough. 

Monk, George Christopher, son of Richard Powis Monk, Esq., Penshurst 
Lodge, Balham Hill, London, aged 14, Jan. 20. Leftl879. 1 Wilson 

Died March 24, 1887. 

Tennant, Frederick William, fifth son of Robert Tennant, Esq., M.P., 
iScarscroft Lodge, Leeds, aged 14, June 25. Left 1879. 1 Wilson. 

Of Rosegarth, Chapel Allerton. Leeds. Isthmian Club. 

Whatman, Edward Meyrick Dew, son of Charles E. Whatman, Esq., 

Breemore, Salisbury, afterwards of Pembrey, South Wales, aged 

15, June 23. Left 1878. 2 Wilson 

A Sheeprun Holder in New Zealand. Abbotsford Station, Masterton, Wellington, 

New Zealand. 

Andrew, Walter, son of Frederick Andrew, Esq., Harpurley, Manchester, 
aged 15, January 15. Left 1878. 1 Lee Warner 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1884. Of 89, Gresham Street, London, B.C. 

Downing, Henry John, son of Samuel Downing, Esq., L.L.D., The Hill, 
Monkstown, Co. Dublin, aged 14, Jan. 20. Left 1879. 3 Lee Warner 

VIII., 1879. Trinity College, Dublin, 1880. Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion The 
Royal Irish Regiment, July 29, 1882. Interpreter to the Regiment, 1886. Served 
in the Black Mountain Expedition, 1888. Present at the action of Kot Kai. 
Captain, 1889. Major, 1901. Served in the South African War 1899-1902, 
including actions at Belfast, Lydenberg, Bethlehem, Wittebergen, and Colesberg. 
Twice mentioned in despatches. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. D.S.O. 

Forbes, Eustace Macleod, fourth son of Alexander Clark Forbes, Esq.. 
Dunskey, Portpatrick, N.B., aged 13, November 21. Left 1878. 2 

Lee Warner 

Went to Repton School and Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A., 1887. An 
Electrical Engineer. Joined the British South Africa Company's Service, and 
served in Matabeleland, 1893. Wounded, and drowned in a flooded river on the 
way home, llth February, 1894. 

Hiley, Louis Richard Trevenen, son of the late Rev. John Simeon Hiley, 
and of Mrs. Hayes, Woodhouse, Loughborough, aged 14, June 27, 
Left 1877. 2 Lee Warner 

A grandson o f Dr. Arnold. Died 20 June, 1897. 

Stevenson, William John, son of William Stevenson, Esq., Craigend 
Castle, Milngavie, N.B., aged 15, June 9. Left 1879. 3 Lee Warner 

Has travelled in East Africa for the African Lakes Company. Was a member of 
the Firm of Stevenson, Carlile and Co. Of 7, Melville Terrace, Stirling. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 33 



Wellby, Edward Henry, son of John Henry Wellby, Esq., 12, Russell 
Square, London, W.O., aged 14 July 21. Left 1880. 3 Lee Warner 
Engaged in Commerce. Of 18 and 20, Garrick Street, London, W.C., and 12> 
Porchester Square, W. 

Young, Thomas Simpson, son of James Simpson Young, Esq., Abbotb 
Hall, Grange-over-Sands, Lancashire, aged 14, August 23. 
Left 1879 2 Lee Warner 

Gazetted to the South Lancashire Regiment, May 23, 1885. Madras Staff Corps. 

Captain. 1896. Served in the Burmese Expedition, 18S7-88. Medal with Clasp. 

Fison, John, son of Cornell Henry Fison, Esq., The King's House, Thetford, 
aged 14, April 29. Left 1880. 2 Green 

Has been in New Zealand. Farming in the West of England, 1891. 

Sadd, George Beaumont, son of Frederick George Sadd, Esq., 50, Church 
Street, Rugby, aged 15, August 22. Left 1877. 2 Town 

Entered first in 1872. 3 H.M.S. Con way, 1879. Joined the Merchant Service in 
1880, but was lost at sea on his second voyage. 

Mackenzie, John Charles Ingleby, son of John Ingleby Mackenzie, Esq., 
Crescent House, Rugby, aged 14, February 1. Left 1877. 2 Town 

Sometime in the British Army. Died of typhoid fever 12 Augnst, 1891. 

Barratt, Edward John Reynolds, son of Mr. Edwin Barratt, 8, Arnold 
Street, Rugby, aged 13, August 1. Left 1878 2 Town 

In the General Post Office. Of 51, Villiers Road, Willesden Green. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1877. 

Vivian, Herbert Leigh, fifth son of William Vivian , Esq. ,15, Bol ton Gardens, 
South Kensington, aged 15, August 31. Left 1880. 3 School 

XV. 1880. Trinity College, Oxford, B.A., 1884. Was on the London Stock 
Exchange. Died in March, 1886. 

Trimmer, Charles Henry, second son of Edward Trimmer, Esq., 14, College 
Green, Gloucester, aged 13, January 7. Left 1878. 3 School 

Passed Final Solicitor's Examination, 1888. In business in London. Of 
24, Coleman Street, London, E.G. 

Holland, Bernard William Stott, son of Thomas Joseph Bolland, Esq., 
Broome House, Didsbury, Manchester, aged 14, February 9 
Left 1880. 1 School 

An East India Merchant. Of The Brook, Sandbach, Cheshire. 

Birdwood, Herbert Christopher Impey, son of Herbert Mills Birdwood 
Esq., Bombay Civil Service, aged 13, Dec. 26. Left 1879. 3 School 

Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, September 15, 1884. Assistant Engineer, 
Sind-Pishin Railway, northern section. Died at Umballa, 15th October, 1894. 

Hale, John Henry, son of John Hinde Hale, Esq. (O.R., 1843), County Club, 
Old Steine, Brighton, aged 14, January 8. Left 1878. 3 School 

Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion The East Lancashire Regiment, September 9, 1882. 
Captain, April 15, 1891. Major, 1900. Served in the South African War 1899- 
1902. Actions at Wittebergen and Colesberg. Despatches. Brevet of Major. 
Queen's Medal with three Clasps. Ordnance Department, War Office, 1902. 

Maxwell, Frederick Doveton, son of Major General William Maxwell, 
R.A., 5, Herne Villas, Worthing, aged 14, April- 19. Left 1878. 1 

School 

East Norfolk Militia, 1879. Gazetted to the Cheshire Regiment, July 29, 1882. 
Indian Staff Corps, 1883. Captain, 1893. Major, 1901. Assistant Commissioner 
in Burma, July 9, 1885. Deputy Commissioner, 1891. East India United 
Service Club. 
VOL. III. E 



34 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 

Garnett, G-eorge William, eldest son of William Stawell Garnett, Esq., 
Williamston, Kells, Meath, Ireland, aged 13, April 8. Left 1878. 2 

School 

Barnsley, Milne, son of the late George Barnsley, Esq , care of Mrs. 
Barnsley, St. Michael's Hamlet, Liverpool, aged 12, February 13. 
Left 1881. 1 School 

Thorpe, William Jarratt, only son of Thomas Thorpe, Esq., Theresa Place, 
Gloucester, aged 13, December 7. Left 1879. 3 School 

In business as a Timber Importer. Of Gransmoor, Hucclecote, Gloucester. 

Dale, Charles Alfred, youngest son of Robert Dale, Esq., 13, Bootham 
Terrace, York, aged 16. December 1. Left 1879. 2 Arnold 

Admitted a Solicitor, August, 1884. Firm of Cleverdon, Westley & Dale, 
373, Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

Cox, Henry Morton, son of the late Thomas Cox, Esq., nephew of Miss 
Cox, Eliot Bank, Forest Hill, London, aged 15, October 10. 
Left 1878. 3 Arnold 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1882. Was in the Tea Trade, 1891. 

Bradwell, Charles Dennis, son of Dennis Bradwell, Esq., Higher Daisy 
Bank, Congleton, aged 15, April 18. Left 1879. 1 Arnold 

In business as a Silk Spinner at Congleton. J.P. for Cheshire. Of Higher 
Daisy Bank, Congleton. 

Lawless, William Burnett, younger son of the late Paul Lawless, Esq., of 
Boonbyjan, Queensland, and of Cloyne, Co. Cork, care of Mrs. 
Lawless, Headington, Oxford, aged 14, November 18. Left 

1881. 2 Arnold 

Stock Farming in Queensland. Of Boonbyjan, Maryborough, Queensland. 

Birkin, Alexander Russell, son of Thomas Birkin, Esq., Ruddington, 
Nottingham, aged 15, September 9. Left 1877. 3 Arnold 

In business at Nottingham. 

Curteis, Henry Herbert, eldest son of the Rev. George Herbert Curteis, 
Canon of Lichfield, aged 13, November 8. Left 1877. 2 Arnold 
Left in ill health. Hertford College, Oxford, B.A., 1890. A Private Tutor in 
Switzerland, 1891. Afterwards went to New Zealand. 

Tinker, William, son of James Tinker, Esq., 80, Cromwell Road, South 
Kensington, and Hordle Cliff, Lymington, aged 14, February 3. 
Left 1879. 2 Bowden Smith 

St. George's Hospital, 1881. L.R.C.P., London, and L.JR.C.S., Edinburgh, 1887. 
Senior Assistant Medical Officer, Holloway Sanatorium, St. Anne's Heath, 
Virginia Water. 

Simpson, William Dean, eldest son of Benjamin William Simpson, Esq., 
14, Westbourne Park, London, W., aged 15, November 13. 
Left 1878. 3 Bowden Smith 

Farming in Iowa, since 1881. 

Ludlow, Henry John, only son of the late General John Ludlow, Yates 
Court, Mereworth, Maidstone, aged 15, January 22. Left 

1879. 3 Bowden Smith 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1881. Died on return voyage from India in September, 

1884. 

Swinburne, Surtees, son of the late Major John Swinburne, and stepson 
of Captain Hanham, R.N., Manston House, Blandford, aged 14, 
January 1. Left 1878. 8 Bowden Smith 

Accidentally killed at Seguin, Texas, June 1, 1885. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 35 



Barton, Henry Alexander, fourth son of John Everard Barton, Esq , 
Prescot House, Stourbridge, Worcestershire, aged 14, September 
24. Left 1879. 1 Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A., 1884. M.A. 1888. Admitted a Solicitor. In the 
Attorney-General's Office at Victoria, British Columbia. Acting Deputy 
Attorney-General, 1891. Called to the Bar, Gray's Inn, 1895. 

Agnew, Harold, second son of John Henry Agnew, Esq., The Elms, Eccles, 
Manchester, agad 14, May 27. Left I880. 3 Hutchinson 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1887. Admitted a Solicitor, 1887. Of 
Warford Hall, Alderley Edge. 

Samson, Herbert, eldest son of Henry iSamson, Esq., Bowdon, Manchester, 
aged H, December 5. Left 1881. 3 Hutchinson 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1885. Student to the Tnner Temple, 1884. Farming 
in Nebraska, U.S. A, 1891. 

Bennett, William Bernard Somerville, fifth son of Peter Duckworth 
Bennett, Esq., 13, Church Road, Edgbaston, aged 14, September 2. 
Left 1878. 3 Hutchinson 

Sub-Manager of Washburn Mills, Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A. 

Wright, Bernard Duncan Zorapore, son of John William Zorapore Wright, 
Barton Fields, Canterbury, aged 14, Jan. 16. Left 1879. 2 Wilson 

M.R.C.S. England. L.E.C.P. London, 1887. Of The Old House, Coltishall, 
Norwich. 

Pratt, Ernest St. George, son of Spencer Pratt, Esq , Stanwick, Higham 
Ferrars, aged 13, September 3. Left 1879. 1 Wilson 

Sandhurst, 18S3. Gazetted to the 68th Durham Light Infantry, August 23, 1884. 
Captain, 1894. Major. Served in the South African War, 1899-1902. Relief of 
Ladysmith, including actions at Colenso, and Spion Kop, Vaal Kranz, and Pieter's 
Hill. Also operations in Natal, and action at Laing's Nek. In command of 13th 
Battalion Mounted Infantry, 7 November, 1900, to 31 May, 1902. Despatches. 
Brevet of Major. Queen's Medal with six Clasps. King's Medal with two 
Clasps. D.S.O. 

Cuningham, John Fairlie, third son of Surgeon-General James MacNabb 
Cuningham, Bombay, aged 13, June 23. Left 1877. 1 Wilson 

Sheep Farming in New South Wales, from 1880. 

Melly, Hugh Mesnard, son of George Melly, Esq., (o.u. 1844), 90, Chatham 
Street, Liverpool, aged 13, July 23. Left 1878. 2 Elsee 

In business as a Woolbroker in Liverpool. Of 24, Chanel Street, and Beechwood 
Road, Aigburth, Liverpool. 

Lockhart, Laurence Archibald Somerville, son of Major Laurance Lock- 
hart, of Milton Lockhart, Carluke, Lanarkshire, aged 15, November 
24. Left 1878. 1 Elsee 

In Australia, 1891. 

Stevenson, Frederick Earcourt, son of Nathaniel Stevenson, Esq., 51, 
Wimpole Street, London, aged 15, Nov. 15. Left 1877. 1 Elsee 

Gething, Anhur Edwards, son of James Edwards Gething, Esq., Newport, 
Monmouth, aged 14, December 28. Left 1879. 1 Elsee 

Settled in Texas. Mobertie, Wheeler County, Texas, U.S.A., 1891. 

Bolton, Edgar Ormerod, son of Henry Har greaves Bolton, Esq., Hightside, 
Newchurch, Manchester, aged 14, July 28. Left 1877. 2 Elsee 
A Mining Engineer. Of Bank Parade, Burnley. 

Dixon, Anthony Joseph Steele, second son of Thomas Dixon, Esq , llheda, 
Cumberland, aged 14, December 22. Left 1878. 2 Lee Warner 
J.P. for Cumberland. Of Lorton Hall, Cockermouth. 



36 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Mason, Francis Woodley, eldest son of William Woodley Mason, Esq., 
West Hill, Sydenham, Kent, aged 13, November 22. Left 1882. 2 

Lee Warner 

Scholar of Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1882. A member of the firm of Mason 
& Son, 61, King William Street, B.C. 

Evans, Thomas Arkwright, son of Thomas Evans, Esq., Pen-y-bryn, 
Derby, aged 14, May 7. Left 1878. 2 Lee Warner 

Jesus College. Cambridge, 1880. Died on board the P. & O. SS. " Massilia," 
returning from Melbourne, January 30, 1891. 

Trenchard, Arthur, son of Edward Pewsey Trenchard, Esq., 9, Dartmouth 
Row, Blackheath, aged 13, June 6. Left 1880. 3 Lee Warner 

In business in London, 1891. 

Denny, Edward Henry Marland. son of Edward Maynard Denny, Esq., 
55, Manchester Street, London, W., aged 13, April 12. Left 
1880. 1 Lee Warner 

Of 11, Bryanston Square, London, W. Reform Club. 

Blew-Jones, Walter Bethune, second son of William Blew-Jones, Esq., 
90, Lansdowne Place, Brighton, aged 13, March 18. Left 1878. 3 

Green 

On the London Stock Exchange, 1882-95. Captain 5th Rifle Brigade Militia. 
Retired 1890. Of Woodtown, Bideford, North Devon. 

Pope, Reginald Henry, younger son of John Pope, Esq., Shrubbery, 
Exeter, aged 13, July 28. Left 188 1. 3 Green 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A., 1886. M.A. 1889. Ordained 1888. Of The 
Anchorage, Northchurch, Berkhampstead. 

Newton, Arthur Henry, son of Arthur Henry Newton, Esq., Church Row, 
Hampstead, aged 13, July 25. Left 1880. 3 Green 

In business in London. 37, Rathbone Place, S.W. 

Halsey, William Stirling, only son of William Stirling Halsey, Esq., North- 
West Provinces, India, aged 13, February 6. Left 1879. 2 Green 
An Electrical Engineer, Port Commissioner's Office, Calcutta. 

Williams, Walter Frederick, son of Mr. Henry Thomas Williams, 
2, Stephen Street, Rugby, aged 9, June 21. Left 1878. 1 Town 
An Accountant. Of 18, Benbow Road, The Grove, Hammersmith. 

Ryan, John Hugh MacAnley, son of J. Ryan, Esq., C.E., 5, Delamere 
Orescent, Bayswater, London, aged 12, Aug. 7. Left 1878. 3 Elsee 

Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, January 26, 1886. Practising at Madras. 

Eraser. Hugh Stein, son of James Fraser, Esq., Newfield, Blackheatb Park, 
London, S.E., aged 13, March 5. Left 1879- 1 Arnold 

Formerly in business in London. In the firm of Gordon Woodroffe & Co., 
Madras, from 1891. 

Daymond, Herbert George, elder son of the Rev. Albert Cooke Daymond. 
Reading, aged 14, December 7. Left 1880. 3 Elsee 

Keble College, Oxford, 1881. An Army Tutor. Of Timsbury, Eastbourne. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1877. 

Barkworth, Frank, son of Harold Barkworth, Esq., Beverley, aged 13, 
July 19. Left 1880. 1 School 

An Underwriter at Lloyds. Of Fordham House, Fordham, Cambridgeshire. 

Addington, Edgar John, son of L. D. Addington, Esq., Carlton Road, 
Putney Hill, London, S.W., aged 13, Jan. 18. Left 1880. 1 School 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 37 



Napier, George Samuel Frederick, third son of George Webster Napier, 
Esq., Merohistoun, Alderley Edge, Cheshire, aged 15, April 11. 
Left 1879. 3 Arnold 

Gazetted to the Royal Sussex Regiment, November 12, 1884. In India, 1891. 
Captain 2nd Oxfordshire Light Infantry, 1894. Passed Staff College, 1894. Prize 
Medallist, United Service Institution of India, 1897. Served with the China Field 
Force, 1900-01. Despatches. Medal. Served in the South African War, March to 
May 31st, 1902. Medal with three Clasps. Retired December, 1902. Of 
Kalangadoo, South Australia. 

Fenwick, William, son of the late Joseph Penwick, Esq., and grandson of 
Mrs. Making, Castle Terrace, Berwick-upon-Tweed, aged 14, 
December 10. Left 1877. 3 Arnold 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1882. 

Sanderson, Stephen Goodman, second son of Stephen Sanderson, Esq., 
The Elms, Berwick-upon-Tweed, aged 12, December 24. Left 
188L 2 Arnold 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1891. Served as a Trooper in the Imperial Yeomanry in the 

South African War, 1900-02. Two Medals and five Clasps. Has remained at 

Johannesberg. 

Alexander, Boyd William John, son of the late Captain John Alexander, 
R.N., C.B., and nephew of Colonel Claude Alexander, M.P., 
Ballochmyle, Mouchliue, N.B., aged 14, June 4. Left 
1878 2 Bowden Smith 

Gazetted to the 3rd Battalion The Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own), 
November 12, 1884. 

Rathbone, Arnold Richard, son of Benson Rathbone. Esq., Oak Wood, 
Aigburth, Liverpool, aged 13, Sept. 8. Left 1881. 3 Bowden Smith 

In business as a Cotton Broker. Of 14, Elmsley Road, Liverpool. 

Agnew, Philip Leslie, fourth and youngest son of William Agnew, Esq , 
afterwards a Baronet, Pendleton, Manchester, aged 13, June 30. 
Left 1 882. 2 Hutchinson 

New College, Oxford, Sacond Class Classical Moderations, 1884. B.A., Second 
Class Modern History, 1886, M.A. 1890. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1890. 
Of 18, Gloucester Square, London, W. New Universities Club. 

Bradbury, William Laurence, son of William Hardwick Bradbury, Esq., 
Nightingale Lane, Clapham, London, 8. W., aged 14, October 31. 
Left 1881. 2 Hutchinson 

Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, June, 



Gill, 



Trinity College, Cambridge, LL B. 1884. 

1887. Of 9, King's Bench Walk, Temple, London, E.G. Ga'rrick Clnb. 

Arthur Percy, son of Isham Henry Edward Gill, Esq , Eock Ferry, 
Birkenhead, aged 13, May 11. Left 1881. 2 Hutchinson 

XV. 1880. Died at Birkenhead, March 28, 1882. 

Rhodes, Herbert, son of Thomas Rhodes, Esq., Mersey Bank, Hadfield, 
Manchester, aged 13, July 8. Left 1879. 1 Wilson 

In business at Hadfield. Dead. 

Maxse, Frederick Ivor, eldest son of Rear- Admiral Frederick Augustus 
Maxse, 67, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, aged 14, December 
22. LeftlSSO. 2 Wilson 

Gazetted to the Royal Fusiliers, February 19, 1881. Captain 2nd Battalion 
October, 1889. Coldstream Guards, May 29, 1891. Major 1897, Brevet Lieut - 
Colonel 1900. Served in the Nile Expedition, 1897, on the Staff. Present at 
the action of Abu Hamed. Despatches. Egyptian Medal with two Clasps 
British Medal. Served in the Soudan, 1898. Battles of the Atbara and 
Khartoum. Despatches. D S.O. T*vo Clasps to Egyptian Medal. Served in 
the Soudan, 1899, in command of the 13th Soudanese Battalion, at final defeat of 
Khalifa. Despatches. Brevet of Lieut. -Colon el. Two Clasps to Egyptian Medal 
Medal. Served in the South African War. Relief of Kimberley, operations at 
Paardeberg, actions at Poplar Grove, Vet River, and others. Despatches 
Queen' s Medal with three Clasps . C. B . Of 2, Gloucester Street, Portman So uare 
London, W. Guards Club. 



38 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Harvey, Samuel, son of the late Samuel Harvey, Esq., care of Airs. 
Harvey, Warbreak Moor House, Aintree, Liverpool, aged 15, 
November 7. Left 1878. 3 Elsee 

Jaffray, Edward Woodriff, son of the late A. W. Jaffray, Esq., and of Mrs. 
Moir, Retreat. Reigate, aged 13, June 4. Left 1878. 3 Elsee 

Gazetted to the 3rd (Prince of Wales) Dragoon Guards, March 12, 1881. Captain 
13th Hussars, August 1, 1890. Reserve of Officers. 

Ol'inond, Edward Brooks, son of Edward Ormoud, Esq., Wantage, aged 13, 
August 17. Left 1880. 3 Elsee 

Admitted a Solicitor, March, 1887. Practising at Wantage, Berks. 

WMtelegge, William, son of the late James Whitelegge, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Whilelegge. Yew Tree, Northenden, Manchester, aged 14, 
March 23. Left 1879. 2 Elsee 

Sparrow, Alan Bertram Hanbury, fourth son of Arthur Sparrow, Esq., 
Preen Manor, Shrewsbury, aged 14, Feb. 23. Left 1881. 3 Elsee 
Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1885. Admitted a Solicitor, 1889. Has assumed the 
name of HANBURY SPARROW. Of Tettenhall, Wolverhampton. 

Inglis, Rupert Edward, fourth son of the late Sir John Inglis, care of the 
Hon. Lady Inglis, 7, Eaton Square, London, S.W., aged 13. May 17. 
Left 188 1. 2 Lee Warner 

XV., 1879, 1880. XI., 1881. University College, Oxford, B.A. 1885. M.A. 1895. 
Ordained 1889. Rector of Frittenham, Staplehurst, Kent, from 1900. 

Hirst, Philip Leslie, fifth son of William Edward Hirst, Esq., Lascelles 
Hall, Huddersfield, aged 13, July 1. Left 1880 2 Lee Warner 

XI., 1880. Balliol College, Oxford, 1883. Residing in London. 

Donuison, James Oldaker, son of Thomas Donnison, Esq , 196, Grove 
Street Liverpool, aged 14, August 26. Left 1880. 2 Lee Warner 
In the Shipping Trade since 1880. Manager of a Steamship Line, 1891. 

Wrigley, Arthur Harold, son of Arthur Wrigley, Esq, Wavertree, Liver- 
pool, aged 14, February 1. Left 1880. 1 Lee Warner 
In business as a Cotton Broker. Of 28, The King's Gap, Hoylake. 

Worthington, James Kennedy, son of James Worthington, Esq., Sale 
Hall, Manchester, aged 13, May 11. Left 1882. 2 Lee Warner 

Died at Sale Hall, July 15, 1885. Bequeathed his Geological CoUection to the 
Arnold Museum. 

Egerton, Charles Philip, son of Robert Eyles Egerton, Esq., Lieut.- 

Governor of the Punjab, aged 14. March 7. Left 1880 * Green 

Gazetted to the Cheshire Regiment, February 6, 18 >4. Bengal Stsff Corps. 

Captain. 1895. Major, 1903. Deputy Commissioner 3rd Grade, Punjab, from 1898 

Bird, Edward Alexander, son of Edward John Bird, Esq., Barton Hall, 
Barton-under-Needwood, aged 14, Nov. 21. Left 1879. 2 Green 

In business as a Brewer. Of Nuttall House, Barton-under-Needwood. 

Longman, Francis Pemberton, fourth son of William Longman, Esq , 
Abbess Grange, Leckford, Stockbridge, Hants, aged 14, February 
11 Left 1879. 3 Green 

Of Abbess Grange, as above. 

Bayliss, Vincent George, son of Mr. James Theophilus Bayliss, Market 
Place, Kugby, aged 11, March 29. Left 1881. 1 Town 

In the Postal Service. Of 33, Grosvenor Road, Rugby. 

MacMicken, Arthur Henry, son of Mr. William MacMicken, William 
Street, Rugby, aged 9, March 6. Left 1878. 1 Town 

In the Foreign Branch, G.P.O. Of 20. Tufnell Park, London, N. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 39 



Treaddell, Arthur John, son of Mr. Henry Treaddell, 20, Warwick Street, 
Rugby, aged 11, November 29. Left 1878. 1 Town 

An Artist and Designer. Of 246, West 51st Street, New York, U.S.A. 

Webb, Richard William, third son of Mr. William Webb, 20, William 
Street, Rugby, aged 9, February 21. Left 1883. 1 Town 

In the Postal Service from 1883. Of Glasbury, Church Road, Redditch. 

Wright, George Arthur, son of the Rev. George Farncomb Wright, 
Overslade, Rugby, afterwards Rector of Lambourne. Romford. 
aged 14, May 25 Left 1881. 2 Town 

XI., 1881. "Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, B.A., 1885. M.A. 1888. An 
Assistant Master at the High School, Gateshead, 1885-93. Diocesan College, 
Cape Town, 1893-1901. Headmaster of the Grammar School, Harrissmith, and 
Inspector of Schools, from 1901. Of Harrissmith, Orange River Colony, South 
Africa. 

Griffin, Albert Edwin, son of Mr. George Thomas Griffin, High Street, 
Rugby, aged 9, May 11. Left 1878. 1 Town 

A Civil Engineer. In Ireland, 1891. In China, 1904. Care of Butterfield & Son, 
Hong Kong. 

Myrtle, Frederick Septimus, seventh son of William Myrtle, Esq , Park- 
field Road, Liverpool, aged 14 October 7. Left 1881. 1 Arnold 
Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1881. 

Harvey, Henry Samuel Bourn, son of Enoch Harvey, Esq., 12, Riversdale 
Road, Aigburth, aged 14, March 6. Left 1879. 3 Elsee 

Admitted a Solicitor, June, 1886. Accidentally killed on the railway, October, 
1897. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1877. 

HodgSOU, Evan Lake, elder son of John Evan Hodgson, Esq., R.A., 5, Hill 
Road, Abbey Road, London, N.W. (O.K., 1846), aged 13, August 26. 
Left 1881. 3 School 

In the Colonial Bank, Barbados, 1887-91. Resided at Coleshill, Bucks, 1891, 
until his death, June, 1901. 

Gellatly, Christopher Charles, son of Peter Gellatly, Esq., Loughton, 
Essex, aged 13, October 6. Left 1880. 3 School 

Died at Antwerp, October 6, 1890. 

Dent, Harry, son of W. Dent Dent, Esq., Oxford Road, Aigburth, aged 13, 
December 19. Left 188 1. 3 School 

King's College, London, 1882-84. Assistant Civil Engineer to North-Eastern 
Railway Company, 1891. 

Stamer, William Edward, third son of the Ven. Archdeacon Sir Lovelace 
Tomlinson Stamer, Bart., afterwards Bishop Suffragan of Shrews- 
bury, (O.B. 1843), Cliffville, Stoke upon-Trent, aged 13, January 25. 
Leftl881. 3 School 

Admitted a Solicitor, April, 1887. Agent for the Sutherland Shropshire Estate, 
from 1903. Of Littlehales, Newport, Salop. 

Dawson, James Lofthouse, filth son of the late Joseph Dawson, Esq., of 
London, and of Madame Noirtin, Chateau de la Chambrerie, Tours, 
France, and 46. Onslow Gardens, London, aged 12, January 23. 
Left 188 1. 2 School 

Scholar, 1877. Residing in France. 

Satterthwaite, Harold, son of Clement Satterthwaite. Esq., Spring Hill, 
Bromley, Kent, aged 14. March 7. Left 1879. 3 School 

A Stockbroker in London. Of Sundridge Park Farm, Bromley, Kent. 




40 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Terry, Douglas, third son of the Rev. Charles Terry (O.R. 1836), Tostock, 
Bury St. Edmunds, aged 13, October 15. Left 1S82. 2 School 

Scholar, 1877. XV., 1881. Scholar of Hertford College, Oxford, 1882. Ordained 
1891. Assistant Curate of Bridport. Died October, 1893. 

Railtoii, Frank, son of Henry Railton, Esq., Snittlegarth, Mealsgate, 
Carlisle, aged 13, November 4. Left 1880. 3 School 

Articled to a Civil Engineer, 1881. District Engineer, Buenos Ayres Great 
Southern Railway, 1887. 

Feuerheerd, Ferdinand Mabhias, son of Hermann Lorenz Feuerheerd, Esq., 
The Hermitage, Snaresbrook, aged 13, June 27. Lefb 1879. 2 School 
An Oporto Merchant. Of 47, Mark Lane, London, E.G. 

Brocklebank, Charles Henry, youngest son of Thomas Brocklebank, Esq., 
afterwards a Baronet, Springwood, Allerton, Liverpool, aged 13, 
June 27. Left 1880. 3 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1885. M.A. 1889. Ordained 1888. Vicar of 
Pampisford, 1891-97. Of Bartlow House, Cambridge. United University Club. 

Sayle, Charles Edward, fifth son of Robert Sale, Esq., Trumpington, 
Cambriplge, aged 12, December 6. Left 1883. 2 School 

New College, Oxford, B.A., 1887. M.A. 1890, and incorporated same year M.A., 
St. John's College. Cambridge. Author of "Bertha," and other work Co- 
Editor of the Wyclif Society's Publications. Of 9, Brookside, Cambridge. 

Mieville, John Frank, son of John Francis Mieville, Esq. (o,R. 1851), 
Duncrofb, Staines, aged 13, February 29. Left 1881. 2 School 

In business as a Bill Broker. Died 1902. 

Hall, Harry Garforth, eldest son of Henry Hall, Esq., Fairfield, Manchester, 
aged 14, January 20. Left 1880. 3 Arnold 

Admitted a Solicitor, April, 1887. In the Estates Office of the Earl of Stamford 
and Warrington. Of Ashton-under-Lyne. 

Allan, William Bae, fifth son of Andrew Allan, Esq., lononteh, Montreal, 
Canada, aged 13, March 9. Left 188 1. 2 Arnold 

In business at Winnipeg, from 1893. Manitoba Club, Winnipeg, Canada. 

Baker, Herbert Midelton, eldest son of Thomas Baker, Esq., College Road, 
Clifton, Bristol, aged 14, April 24. Left 1881. 3 ' Arnold 

In business at Bristol. Of The Hollies, Stoke Bishop, Bristol. 

Bradley, Frederick Lewis, third son of William Henry Bradley, Esq , 
Alderley Edge, Cheshire, aged 14, Sept. 21. Left 1879. 3 Arnold 

St. John's College, Oxford, 1882. Formerly a Land Agent. Of Ingleside, 
Malvern Wells. 

Demuth, Lewis Henry, eldest son of Lewis Demuth, Esq., Edgbaston, 
Birmingham, aged 14, March 26. Left 188 1. 2 Arnold 

In business at Edgbaston. Of Eldon House, Castle Bromwich. 

Kilvert, Harry Yernon, son of Nicholas Kilvert, Esq., The Lodge, Ashton- 
on-Mersey, aged 15, June 28. Left 1879 2 Arnold 

In business at Ashton-on-Mersey. Address, as above. 

Mellor, Salusbury Manners, son of Abel Mellor, Esq., Madras Civil Service, 
Cardington, Bedford, aged 15, September 16. Left 1879. 1 Arnold 

A Partner in Mellor and Company, Merchants, Lime Street Square. 

MacMullen, John Alexander, second son of Alexander Peter MacMullen, 
Esq., Hertford Castle, Berts, aged 13, Nov. 5. Left 1881. 2 Arnold 

An Electrical Engineer. Of the Billet, Hornchurch, Essex. Automobile Club. 

Ranken, Walter, son of Peter Kanken, Esq., Blaokheath Park, London, 
S.E., afterwards of Furness Lodge, East Sheen, aged 13, January 
2. Left 1881. i Arnold 

Farming in the United States, 1891. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 41 



SculL Walter Delaplaine, eldest son of Gideon Delaplaine Scull, Esq., 

Hillmorton Road, Rugby, aged 14, Feb. 9. Left 1881. 2 Arnold 

Lincoln College, Oxford, B.A. 1885. Student of the Inner Temple, 1883. Author 

of " Life of B. W. Leader ; R.A." Of The Pines, Crowborough, Sussex. New 

Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Smith, Robert Summers, eldest son of William Joseph Smith, Esq. 
Alvaston Fields, Derby, aged 13, March 1. Left 1882. 2 Arnold 
Worcester College, Oxford, B.A. 1886. Formerly a Solicitor. Admitted 1890. Of 
Whittington House, Lichfield. 

Tooth, Percy Ernest, third son of Frederick Tooth, Esq., 36, St. Aubyu's, 
Hove, Brighton, aged 14, June 3. Left 1879. 2 Arnold 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1887, M.A. 1896. Of 36, St. Aubyns, Hove, 
Sussex. 

Wilkinson, Leonard, son of William Wilkinson, Esq., (afterwards King- 
Wilkinson), Middlewood, Clitheroe, aged 14, August 9. 
Left 1878. 2 Arnold 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1883. Assumed the additional name of KING 
before WILKINSON, 1883. Admitted a Solicitor, 1885. Practising at Blackburn. 

Bowden Smith, Grodfrey, sixth son of the Rev. Philip Bowdeu Smith, 
Assistant Master at Rugby School, (O.K. 1844), aged 11, November 
27. Left 1884. 2 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1883. XI. 1883, 1884. Racquets 1883, 1884. Head of the School. Minor 
Exhibitioner, 1884. Balliol College, Oxford. First Class Classical Moderations, 
1886, B.A., First Class Final Classical School, 1888. M.A. Assistant Master at 
Repton, 1888-95, and at Rugby School from 1896. 

Madeley, Walter, eldest son of Frederick Madeley, Esq., Ashill, Hands- 
worth, Birmingham, aged 12, June 2. Left 1884. 2 Bowden Smith 

Major Exhibitioner, 1884. Scholar of New College, Oxford, 1884. First Class 
Classical Moderations, 1886. B.A., First Class Final Classical School, 1888. M.A. 
1891. Senior Classical Master at Bradford Grammar School, 1890-1900. Ordained 
1901. Headmaster of Wood bridge School, from 1900. Royal Societies Club. 

Moore, Robert, son of John Moore, Esq., Ullcoats, Egremont, Carnforth, 
aged 15, June 15. Left 1880. 3 Bowden Smith 

A Brewer in Australia, 1891. 

Nishet, Harry Bruce, eldest son of Harry Curtis Nisbet, Esq. (o R., 1844), 
The Manor House, Sidcup, Kent, aged 13, April 26. Left 1883. 2 

Bowden Smith 

Scholar, 1878. XV., 1882. Head of the School, Minor Exhibitioner, 1883. 
Scholar of Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1883. B.A. 1886. Admitted a Solicitor, 
1890. Of 11, Hanover Terrace, London, W. 

Piggott, George Thomas, eldest son of the late Joseph Piggott, Esq., and 
ward of H. Bewley. Esq., 242, Moseley Road, Birmingham, aged 13, 
March 31, Left 1881. 2 Bowden Smith 

A Manufacturer. Of Newlands, Park Hill, Moseley. 

Piggott, Walter Joseph, second son of the above Joseph Piggott, Esq., 
aged 12, April 22. Left 1882." Bowden Smith 

Farming in the United States. Of Irvington, Kentucky, U.S.A. 

Schreiher, Thomas Henry Clarke, son of Mrs. Schreiber, Farren, County 
Cork, Ireland, aged 13, May 19. Left 1879. 2 Bowden Smith 

Wood, Charles, son of Charles Wood, Esq., 5, St. Stephen's Square, Bays- 
water, London, W., aged 13, July 27. Left 1882. 1 Bowden Smith 

Platts, Alfred, fourth son of Matthew Platts, Esq., Fairmount, Bingley, 
Yorkshire, aged 15, April 10. Left 1879. 2 Bowden Smith 

Admitted a Solicitor, November, 1884. Clerk to Bingley Urban District Council, 
&c. Of Wingfield, Bingley, Yorkshire. 
VOL. Ill, * 



42 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 

Holding, John Frederick, only son of George Frederick Bolding, Esq., 
Hagley Road, Birmingham, aged 14,June 29. Left 1881. 2 Hutchinson 

A Manufacturer. Of 14, Rotton Park Road, Birmingham. 

Brierley, Sydney Herbert, third son of Leonard Brierley, Esq., Pakenham 
Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, aged 14, November 21. Left 
1879. 2 Hutchinson 

A Manufacturer. Of Westholme. Farquhar Road, Edgbaston. 

Cartmell, James, only son of the Rev. James Oartmell, D.D., Master of 

Christ's College, Cambridge, aged 15, Aug.12. Left 1881. 2 Hutchinson 

Scholar, 1877. Major Exhibitioner, 1881. Scholar of Christ's College, Cambridge, 

1881. B A., Second Class Classical Tripos, 1885. M.A. 1889. Called to the Bar, 
Lincoln's Inn, Trinity, 1889. Assumed the additional surname of AUSTEN 
before CARTMELL, in 1886. Of 31, Campden House Court, Campden Hill, 
London, W. United University Club. 

Couchman, Ernest Henley, third son of Thomas Barnes Couchman, Esq., 
Beaudesert, Henley-in-Arden, aged 14, October 10. Left 
188L 2 Hutchinson 

Scholar, 1877. Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford, 1881. Second Class Classical 
Moderations, 1882. B.A., Second Class Final Classical School, 1885. Sometime 
Assistant Master at Uppingham School. Ordained, 1891. Vicar of Packwood, 
Hockley Heath, from 1894. 

Couchman, Bertram Cornish, son of the late Colonel Edward H. Couchman, 
nephew of C. Couchman, Esq., Temple Balsal), Birmingham, aged 
13, October 12. Left 1878. 3 Hutchinson 

Gazetted to the Royal Marine Light Infantry, September 1, 1881. Served in the 
Soudan Campaign 1884-85. Egyptian Medal and Khedive's Star. Captain 1895. 
Died at Plymouth 12th November, 1897. 

Grierson, William Wylie, eldest son of James Grierson, Esq., 4, Holland 
Villas Road, London, W., aged 13, Dec. 9. Left 1882. 2 Hutchinson 

XV. 1881. London University 1882-86. A Civil Engineer. Chief Engineer 
Great Western Railway from 1903. 

Pearce, Francis Henry, son of John Pearce, Esq., Pendleton, Manchester, 
aged 14, August 3. Left 1882. 2 Hutchinson 

Scholar 1878. Minor Exhibitioner 1882. Scholar of Christ's College, Cambridge, 

1882, B.A. 1885, M.A. 1889. A Master at a Preparatory School. 

Austin, George Arthur, son of George Austin, Esq , 3, Lansdowne Place, 
Blackheath, aged 14, August 25. Left 1879. 2 Wilson 

In business in Liverpool. C. 14 and 15, Exchange Buildings, Liverpool. 

Behrens, Oliver Philip, second son of Edward Behrens, Esq., The Oaks, 
Fallowfield, Manchester, aged 14, August 21. Left 1879. 3 Wilson 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A., Second Class, History, 1885. A Merchant in 
Manchester. 

Baker, Hiatt Cowles, eldest son of William Mills Baker, Esq., Moorland 
House, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, aged 14, June 30. Left 1880. 3 Wilson 

Of Oaklands, Almondsbury, Gloucestershire. 

Cobb, Thomas Hugh, son of Thomas Pix Cobb, Esq., 18, Craven Hill 
Gardens, W., aged 14, June 23. Left 1881. 2 Wilson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1888. Of 22, College Hill, London, E.G. 

Garnett, Charles James William, son of Jeremiah Garnett, Esq., Rawden 
Hill, Harewood Hills, Leeds, aged 14, May 17. Leftl878. 2 Wilson 

A Mechanical Engineer. Died about 1901. 

Haines, Ernest Alfred, son of the late Henry Haines, Esq., care of Mrs. 
Haines, The Pool House, Stourport, Worcestershire, aged 13, 
December 10 Left 1880. 2 Wilson 

. '-Bought land and settled at Seattle, Washington Territory, U.S.A. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 43 



Macneal, Hector, son of Captain Macneal, Ugadale, Losset Park, Camp- 
belton, Argyleshire. KB., aged 14, Dec. 27. Left 1878. 2 Wilson 

Gazetted to the Gordon Highlanders, May 14, 1884. Captain 1894. Retired 1903. 
Served in the South African War, 1901-2. Medal with four Clasps. Of Losset 
Park, Campbeltown, Argyle. Naval and Military Club. 

May, Chichester Gould, son of the Right Honourable George Augustus 
Chichester May, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, 13, Fitzwilliara 
Square, Dublin, aged 14, February 28. Left 1880 s Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., Natural Science Tripos, 1884. M.B. and M.A. 

1888. M.D. 1822. M.R.C.S. and M.R.C.P. Of 59, Cadogan Road, London, S.W. 

Marrable, Arthur George, eldest son of George Man-able, Esq.. 25, Onslow 
Square, London, S.W., aged 14, April 26. Left 1882. 2 Wilson 
University College, Oxford, 1882. Sandhurst 1884. Gazetted to the 1st Battalion 
The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, May 9, 1885. Captain 1893. Major 
1902. Served in the Burmese Expedition, 1886-7. Aledal with two Clasps. 
Served in the South African War, 1899-1901. Queen's Medal with four Clasps. 
Brevet of Major, 1900. 

Speed, Walter Hamlyn, eldest son of Robert Henry Speed, Esq., The Park, 
Nottingham, aged 14- September 4. Left 1881. a Wilson 

Scholar 1878. Admitted a Solicitor, July, 1885. Of 36, Sackville Street, Piccadilly, 
London, W. 

Verity, Arthur Wilson, fifth son of George Hamilton Verity, Esq., Bourn- 
side, Cheltenham, aged 14, June 20. Left 1882. 2 Wilson 
Major Exhibitioner, 1882. Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1884, B.A., First 
Class Classical Tripos, Part I., 1885, M.A. 1889. Editor of " The Student's 
Shakespeare." National Liberal Club, 

Arnall, Harry Thompson, eldest son of Joseph Arnall, Esq., Stoneygate, 
Leicester, aged 13. April 7. Left 1882. 2 Elsee 

XI. 1880, 1881, 1882. XV. 1881. Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1887. Student 
of the Inner Temple. Has assumed the additional surname of THOMPSON after 
ARNALL. Of Ansty Frith, near Leicester. Isthmian Club. 

Farquhar, William, son of W. Farquhar, Esq., M.D., 24, Pembroke Gardens, 
Kensington, aged 13, July 24. Left 1880. 3 Elsee 

James, Bernard Ramsden, son of John Henry James, Esq., (O.R. 1841), 
Kingswood, Watford, aged 13. February 26 Left 1879. 3 Elsee 

Sandhurst 1881. Gazetted to the 1st Battalion The East Surrey Regiment, 1882. 
Captain 2nd Battalion, 1889. Major Royal Warwickshire Regiment, 1903. 
Headquarters' Staff of Army from 1899. Army and Navy Club. 

Underbill, George Frederick, son of William Underbill, Esq., Penu Hall, 
Wolverhampton, aged 13, May 16. Left 1879 2 Elsee 

Called to the Bar, Inner Tsmple, 1886. Author of " Literary Epochs." 

Wilson, George Adshead, eldest son of William Henry Wilson, Esq., 
St. Michael's Hamlet, Liverpool, aged 15, September 5. Left 
1879. 2 Elsee 

A Merchant in Liverpool. Lieut. -Colonel 2nd V.B. The Liverpool Regiment. Of 
27, Alexandra Drive, Liverpool. Isthmian Club. 

Harrison, Francis Capel, second son of Edward Francis Harrison, Esq., 
(O.K. 1844), Thornley, South Norwood Hill, London, S.E., aged 14, 
June 21. Left 1881. 1 Lee Warner 

Passed 14th in Indian Civil Service Examination, 1882. Balliol College, Oxford, 
1883. In the Financial Department of the Government of India, 1885. Of 23, 
Cole Street, London, E.G. Junior Athenaeum Club. 

Lee Warner, Ohandos Brydges, son of the late Rev. Septimus Lee Warner, 
care of Mrs. Lee Warner, Stiffkey, Wells, Norfolk; aged 14, 
June 11. Left 1879. 3 Lee Warner 

Gazetted to the 3rd (Militia) Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment, December 

25, 1886. Of Tibberton Court Hereford. 



44 Jex-Blake, 1874-8?. 



Morgan, Conway John, son of John Morgan, Esq., Forebridge, Stafford, 
aged 14, July 3. Left, 1877. 3 Lee Warner 

Went to Malvern and Heidelberg. In business as a Wine Merchant at Stafford. 

Acton, Edward Hamilton, son of T. Bennion Acton, Esq., Grove Road, 
Wrexham, aged 14, November 26. Left 188 1. 2 Green 

Scholar 1877. Minor Exhibitioner 1881. Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge. 
1884. B.A., First Class Natural Science Tripos, 1885. Fellow 1888. M.A. 1889, 
Died 15th February, 1895. 

Hart, Bertram Albert Edward, son of Charles Hart, Esq., The Hall, 
Harborne, Birmingham, aged 14, February 14. Left 1879. 2 Green 

In business in Birmingham. Of Chetwynd House, Selly Oak. 

King-King, James Gurwood, only son of Captain Francis James King-King, 
Kirby Hall, Melton Mowbray, aged 14, September 2. Left 
1879. 3 Green 

Sandhurst 1882. Gazetted to the Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment, 1883. 
Captain 1891. Major 1900. Served with the Malakand Field Force and Tirah 
Expedition, 1897-98. Despatches. Brevet of Major. Medal with two Clasps. 
Served in the South African War 1899-1902. Despatches. Two Medals with 
five Clasps. D.S.O. 1900. Of Mayfield House, Cork. Army and Navy Club. 

Kingdon, Stephen Murray, fourth son of Paul Augustine Kingdori, Esq., 

29, Marlborough Hill, St. John's Wood, London, N.W., aged 13, 

April 26. Left 1883. 3 Green 

Scholar 1878. Major and Minor Exhibition, 1883. Scholar of Christ's College, 

Cambridge, 1883. B.A. 29th Wrangler, 1886. Of Bridgerule, Lindley, Orange 

River Colony, South Africa. 

Potts, Hubert, son of Charles William Potts, Esq., (O.K. 1829), Heron 
Bridge, Chester, aged 14, July 25. Left 1880. 2 Green 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1886. Practising at Chester. 

Campbell, Dougal John, son of James Archibald Campbell, Esq , (o.R. 
1822), of Inverawe, and of Tower Lodge, Rugby, aged 13, January 
24. Left 1878. 8 Town 

Went to Uppingham School. Farming in Manitoba, 1891. CJ.A.C. Railway Offices, 
Germiston, South Africa, 1904. 

Dadley, John Arthur Sabin, son of Mr. John Dadley, New Bilton,aged 12, 
January 9. Left 1880. 2 Town 

A Music Teacher. Of The Holly Bush, New Bilton, Rugby. 

Gillson, Frank, eldest son of Henry Thomas Gillson, Esq , Hillmorton 
Road, Rugby, aged 12, Nov. 1. Left 1883. 2 Town Lee Warner 
XL 1882, 1883. XV. 1882. King's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1888. Admitted a 
Solicitor, 1891. Practising at Fareham, Hants. 

Hobley, Arthur James, son of Mr. Charles Hobley, 51, James Street, 

Rugby, aged 12, November 6. Left 1878. 2 Town 

London and North- Western Railway. Of Springfield, Longwood, Huddersfield- 

King, Philip Alexander, son of Richard King. Esq., Staff Surgeon, R.N., 

Rugby, aged 13, May 20. Left 1880. 1 Town 

In Ship Broker's Office at Antwerp, 1891. 

King, George Chetwode, son of the above Richard King, Esq., R.N., aged 
11, December 19. Left 1882.* Town 

In business at Coventry, 1891. 

Willcox, Frederick, son of Mr. Tyrrell Willcox, Charlotte Street, Rugby, 
aged 10, August 15. Left 1878.* . Town 

A Merchant at Bahia, Brazil, South America. 

Smith, Cyril, third son of the Rev. Henry Fielding Smith, The Castle, 
Lancaster, aged 14, February 28. Left 1882. 2 School 

Scholar 1879. Entered the School in October. Exhibitioner of Queen's College, 
Oxford, 1882. Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. Headmaster of Bray Preparatory 
School, 1891. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 45 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1878. 

Stanhope, Charles Hay Scudamore, sixth son of Sir Henry Edwyn 

Ohandos Scudamore Stanhope, Bart., afterwards ninth Earl of 

Chesterfield. Holme Lacy, Hereford, aged 13, August 24. Left 

1882. 1 School 

XV. 1881. New College, Oxford, B A. 1888. On the London Stock Exchange. 

Of 59, Montagu Square, London, W. Bachelors' Club. 

Thorold, John Leofric de Buckenhold, third son of the Rev. William 
Thorold, Warkleigh, South Molton, Devon, aged 13, July 13. 
Left 1883 2 School 

Scholar 1879. XV. 1882. New College, Oxford, B.A., Second Class Final 
Classical School, 1887, M.A. 1800. Ordained 1888. Rector of Warkleigh, North 
Devon, from 1891. 

Mitchell, Thomas Wilfred Howe, eldest son of Joseph Mitchell, Esq., 
Worsboro' Dale, Barnsley, aged 14, April 13. Left 1881. 3 School 

Crick 1880. XV. 1881. A Civil and Mining Engineer. J.P. for the West Riding. 
Of Westville, West Melton, Rotherham. 

Samuel SOU, Herbert Walter, fourth son of Bernhard Samuelson, Esq., of 
Bodicote Grange, Banbury, afterwards created a Baronet, aged 13, 
January 23. Left 188 1. 2 School 

A partner in the Firm of Baker, Buncombe and Co., 36, Lombard Street, and of 

19, Pont Street, London, W. White's Club. 

Hart, Ernest Joseph, fourth son of Edward Hart, Esq., 156, Highbury 
New Park, London, N., aged 14, Dec. 31. Left 1880. 1 School 

Admitted a Chartered Accountant, November, 1885. 

Maxwell, Wellwood, third son of Wellwood Maxwell, Esq., 14, Abercromby 

Square, Liverpool, and Glenlee Park, New Galloway, N.B., aged 

14, June 10. Left 1881. 8 Arnold 

XI. 1881. Racquets 1881. Trinity College, Cambridge, 1882. Formerly 

Lieutenant, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Of Rhyl, North Wales. 

Chance, Arent Schuyler de Puyster, son of Arent dePuyster Chance, Esq., 
Shirley, Birmingham, aged 14, November 3. Left 1881. 3 Arnold 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B A., 1885. Of Wheatfield, Powyke, Worcester. 

Aitkin, George Herbert, eldest son of .Robert Aitken, Esq., Growcroft, 
Levenshulme, Manchester, aged 14, May 17. Left I8b2. 2 Arnold 
Crick 1881. Oriel College, Oxford, B.A., 1885. Student of the Inner Temple, 
1884. Ordained 1886. Rector of Haslemere, Surrey, from 1896. 

Pernley, Thomas, sou of Mrs. Fernley, 14, Clarendon Koad, Chorton-on- 
Medlock, Manchester, aged 13, April 19. Left 1879. 2 Arnold 

Fowle, Thomas Ernie, second son of the late Thomas Everett Fowle. Esq., 

care of Mrs. Fowle, Chute Lodge, Andover, aged 15, March 26. 

Left 1881. x Bowden Smith 

VIII. 1880. Trinity College, Cambridge, B. A. 1893. Gazetted to the Bedfordshire 

Regiment, December 5, 1883. Captain 1st Battalion, 1889. Major 1902. Served 

with the Chitral Relief Force, the storming of the Malakand Pass, and action 

near Khar. Medal with Clasp. Of Charlton Manor, Wilts. Army and Navy Club. 

Watson, Herbert Harrison, eldest son of John Harrison Watson, Esq., 
28, Queensborough Terrace, London, W., aged 15, October 14. 
Left 1831. 2 Bowden Smith 

In business in London. 

Pack-Beresford, Denis Robert, eldest son of Denis William Pack-Beresford, 
Esq., Fenagh House, Bagnalstown, Ireland, aged 13, March 23. 
Left 1880. 3 Bowden Smith 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1888. Student of the Inner Temple, 1834. J.P. and 
D.L. for Co. Carlow. High Sheriff 1891. Of Fenagh House, Bagnalstown. 
Kildare Street Club. 



46 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Castle, Sidney, son of Sidney Nash Castle, Esq., Kingston-on-Thames, 
aged 14, January 21. Left 1879. 2 Bowden Smith 

In business as a Timber Merchant. Of 1, Glenluce Road, Blackheath, Kent. 

Spencer, Charles George, son of C. Spencer, Esq., Gravesend, aged 13, 
May 6. Left 1880. 3 Bowden Smith 

Jones, Walter Buckley, son of Richard Edward Jones, Esq., Cefn-Bryn- 
Talch, Abermule, Montgomeryshire, aged 13, August 16. Left 
1880. 3 Hutchinson 

Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1891. Address as above. 

Tall, Harry, son of William Tall, Esq., Hessle, Hull, aged 14, November 7. 
Left 1880. 2 Hutchinson 

Sheep Farming in Queensland. Of Jireena, Hughenden, North Queensland. 

Priestman, Lewis, second son of Jonathan Priestman, Esq., Shotley 
Bridge, County Durham, aged 14, Dec. 22. Leftl882. 3 Hutchinson 

XV. 1882. In business. Of Shotley Bridge, Co. Durham. 

Booth, Charles Joseph White, son of the late Thomas Booth, Esq., Learn 
Hall, Sheffield, aged 15, December 14. Left 1880. 2 Wilson 

Admitted a Solicitor June, 1887. Owns a Sheeprun at Craigburn, Launceston, 
Tasmania. 

Combe, George, son of the late James Combe, Esq., care of Mrs. Combe, 
Ormiston, Belfast, aged 13, October 11. Left 1880. 3 Wilson 

B.I.E. College, Cooper's Hill, 1885. Studied also at Darmstadt under Professor 
Killer. An Electrical Engineer. Of Elm wood Avenue, Belfast. 

Unwin, Robert, only son of Henry Unwin, Esq., Broom Cross, Sheffield, 
aged 14, December 17. Left 1879. 2 Wilson 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1881. Died 13th May, 1898. 

Burgess, Ernest Richard Fraser, son of R. Burgess, Esq., Mount Eagle, 
Grange Hill, Jamaica, aged 14, September 29. Left 1880. 3 Elsee 

Dngdale, James Henry, fifth son of John Dugdale, Esq., 9, Hyde Park 

Gardens, London, W., and of Llwyn, Llanfyllin, Oswestry, aged 

14, January 3. Left 1882. 3 Elsee 

Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, 1882-84. Gold Medal 1886. Agricultural 

Lecturer Warwick County Council 1891. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1898. 

J.P. for Herts. Of Rowney Priory, Ware. Junior Carlton Club. 

Hall, Walter Graham, second son of Walter Hall, Esq., 12, Holland Park 
Road, Kensington, aged 14. January 25. Left 1879. 3 Elsee 

A Merchant in London. Of 4, Great Winchester Street, London, E.G. Isthmian 
Club. 

McKerrow, William John, son of John Begg McKerrow, Esq., Broughton 
Park, Manchester, aged 14, July 27. Left 1879. 3 Elsee 

In business at Dunedin, New Zealand, 1891. 

Tumour, Edward Adolphus, son of Arthur Edward Tumour, Esq., Grove 
House, Denbigh, aged 13 May 13. Left 1881 2 Elsee 

Admitted a Solicitor. Practised at Denbigh. Died 8th June, 1899. 

Wing, William, son of Henry Wing, Esq., 12, Park Terrace, Nottingham, 
aged 14, June 5. Left 1879. 3 Elsee 

Admitted a Solicitor February, 1885. Practising at Nottingham. 

Chanler, John Armstrong, son of J. W. Chanler, Esq., 192, Maddison 
Avenue, New York, aged 15, October 10. Lett 1879. 1 Elsee 

Returned to New York before 1891. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 47 



Firth, Henry Branson, son of Charles Henry Firth, Esq., Riversdale, 
Sheffield, aged 14, July 22. Left 1880. 1 Elsee 

Formerly a Merchant in Sheffield. Of Down House, Andover, Hants. 

Smith. Francis Buchanan, son of G. Smith, Esq., 18, Ullet Road, Liverpool, 
aged 13, July 12. Left 1881. 2 Elsee 

Qualified as a Marine Engineer, but no longer in business. 

Garrett, Hugh Littlewood, eldest son of Edmund Garrett, Esq., Shrews- 
bury House, East Ham, London, E., aged 14, June 22. Left 
1881. 3 Lee Warner 

VIII. 1880. In business as a Brewer, 1883-95. Managing Director of Dunville 
and Co., Distillers, from 1895. Of St. Valentine's, Holy wood, Co. Down. 

Johnson, James, son of Samuel Waite Johnson, Esq., Lenton Hill, 
Nottingham, aged 14, March 5. Left 1880. 3 Lee Warner 

Locomotive Superintendent of the Great North of Scotland Railway, 1890-95. 
Care of Spencer, Moulton and Co., Bradford -on -A von, Bath. 

Michelmore, Henry William, eldest son of Henry Michelmore, Esq., 
Newton Abbot, Devon, aged 13, Oct. 5. Left 1882. 1 Lee Warner 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1887. Deputy Clerk of the Peace for Devon. Of 20, 
Cathedral Yard, Exeter. 

Macrae, Allan, son of Mrs. Macrae, 12, Richmond Street, New Brighton, 
Cheshire, aged 13, July 23. Left 1879. 3 Green 

King, Arthur Herbert, son of Richard King, Esq., R.N., Rugby, aged 10, 
September 30. Left 1882. 3 " Town 

King, William Charles Dumas, son of the above Richard King, Esq., 
aged 8, July 23. Left 1881. 3 Town 

Morgan, Richard Alfred, son of Mr. James Morgan, Oliver Street, Rugby, 
aged 13, February 20. Left 1879. 2 Town 

Surveyor and Draughtsman. Sometime in Melbourne. In the Public Works 
Department, Perth, Western Australia, from 1891. Of Blairmore, Old Street, 
Perth, Western Australia. 

Bosanquet, Eugene Percival, son of Percival Bosanquet, Esq., (o.R. 1845), 
Buckskin Hall, East Barnet, Hertfordshire, aged 15, October 13. 
Leftl878. 3 Hutchinson 

Died from the bite of a rattlesnake at Daytone, Florida, February 2, 1891. 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1878. 

Cartwright, William John Gratrex, son of William George Cartwright, 
Esq., 7, Victoria Place, Newport, aged 14, March 23. Left 
1882.' School 

Died in 1887. 

Pearce, Charles Marshall, son of R. W. Pearce, Esq., East India Railway, 
Calcutta, aged 15, August 11. Left I860. 3 School 

Care of Thacker and Co., 2, Creed Lane, Ludgate Hill, London, E.G. 

Lister, Hon. Reginald, third son of the late Lord Ribblesdale, care of 
Lady Ribblesdale, Gisburne, Skipton, aged 12, May 19. Left 
1881 . 3 School 

Scholar 1878. In the Foreign Office. Attach^ July 24, 1886. Promoted to be a 
Second Secretary, 1893. Appointed to Paris 1898. 

Jackson, Edward Alexander, son of the late Sir Charles Jackson, and 
ward of Miss Armitage, Farnley Lodge, Cheltenham, aged 13, 
August 5. Left 1879. 1 School 

Residing at Truro, Cornwall. 



48 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Torry, Henry John Claude, eldest son of John Berry Torry, Esq., Shrubb 
Hill, Sunningdale, Berks, aged 14, November 13. Left 1882. 2 School 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1837. M.A. 1892. Ordained 3888. Held various 
Assistant Curacies 1888-95. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Hassall, Charles Mynors Piercy, second son of the Rev. Thomas Hassall, 
Rearsby, Leicester, aged 14, February 26. Left 1883. 2 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1884. Gazetted to the 17th Leicestershire Regiment, 
May 9, 1885. Retired 1892. Died at Alexandria 22nd June, 1900. 

Holt, William Burning, eldest son of William Darning Holt, Esq., Sand- 
field Park. Liverpool, aged 13, June 18. Left 1880. 2 School 

Farmed at Castle Gary, Somerset. Died about 1900. 

Farquharson, William George Robertson, son of James Miller Farqu- 
harson, Esq., Jamaica, and 49, Jeffrey Square, London, B.C., aged 

13, August 9. Left 1879. 1 School 

M.R.C.S and L.R.C.P., 1891. House Surgeon at St. Mary's Hospital, 1891. 
Practising at Lucea, Hanover, Jamaica. 

Castle, Arthur, son of Arthur Castle, Esq., Burgess Hill, Sussex, aged 13, 
January 27. Left 1832. 1 Arnold 

On the London Stock Exchange. 

Drummond, Huntley Redpath. son of George A. Drummond, Esq , 11, 

Avenue de Martigriy, Champs Elysees, Paris, aged 14, March 3. 

Left 1882. 2 Arnold 

XV. 1880, 1881. In business at Montreal. Of 24, McTavish Street, Montreal, 

Canada. 

Henderson, George, son of John Henderson, Esq., Cornhill, Northumber- 
land, aged 13, October 22. Left 1880. 2 Arnold 

Formerly Farming in Northumberland. 

Moody, John Frederick Badger, eldest son of John Moody, Esq. ,4, Vernon 

Street, Derby, aged 13, July 28. Left I881. a Arnold 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1883. Diploma, Royal Veterinary College, 1889. Fellow 

of the Royal Veterinary Association. Served with the Devon Artillery Militia in 

the South African War, 1902. 

Whitaker, James, eldest son of John Whitaker, Esq., Winsley Hall, 
Shrewsbury, aged 14, August 2. Left 1880. 1 Arnold 

Gazetted to the 20th Hussars, November 25, 1885. Captain 1894. Retired 1902. 
Master of the Albrighton Hunt, 1903. Of Albrighton, Wolverhampton. Naval 
and Military Club. 

Castens, Herbert Hayton, eldest son of Emilius M. I. Castens, Esq., of 
Port Elizabeth, South Africa, nephew of Mrs. Colquhoun, 

14, Western Street, Bedford, aged 13, November 23. Left 
1883. 2 Bowden Smith 

XI. 1882, 1883. XV. 1881, 1882. Brasenose College, Oxford, 1884. Called to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, 1889. Government Secretary at Buluwayo, Rhodesia, 1903 

Holt, Frank, son of George Edward Holt, Esq., Fern Hill, New Brighton, 
Cheshire, aged 14, May 21. Left 1880. 2 Bowden Smith 

Admitted a Solicitor 1891. A Chartered Accountant from 1894. Of 6, Cook 
Street, Liverpool. 

Fallows, John Arthur, only son of Thomas Stratton Fallows, Esq., 48, 
Frederick Road,Edgbaston, aged 13.Dec.22. Left 1883. 2 Hutchinson 
Scholar of Queen's College, Oxford, 1883. Second Class Classical Moderations, 
1884 B A Second Class Final Classical and Final Law Schools, 1887, M.A. 1890. 
Ordained 1691, bnt renounced Holy Orders 1894. Of 19, Calthorpe Road, 
Birmingham. 

Hill, Henry Ernest, son of Arthur Hill, Esq., Heatherside, Wokingham, 
aged 15, April 13. Left 1881. 2 Hutchinson 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1888. Ordained 1890. Principal 
of the Abbey School, Beckenham, Kent. 



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Law, John Aughtry, son of Hugh Law, Esq., Q.O., M.P., (afterwards Lord 
Chancellor of Ireland), 9, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, aged 14, 
December 23 Left 1880 . 3 Hutchinson 

Woolwich 1881. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1883. Resigned his Commission 
1887. Of Ardbraccan, Co. Meath, Ireland, 1891. 

Bond, Henry Coulson, eldest son of Frank Walters Bond, Esq., Forest 
Hill, London, S.E., aged 13, July 27. Left 1882. 3 Wilson 

Formerly in business at Llanelly. J.P. for Carmarthenshire. Of 85, Onslow 
Gardens, London, S.W. Isthmian Club. 

Buckley, Cecil Arthur Stirling, second son of John Arthur Buckley, Esq., 
Hampton Wick, Middlesex, aged 14, May 19. Left 1880. 1 .Wilson 
A Member of the London Stock Exchange. Of 13, Bruton Street, London, W. 
Isthmian Club. 

Rumney, Abraham Wren, only son of Oswald George Rumney, Esq , M.D., 
Keswick, aged 14, August 1. Left 1881. 1 Wilson 

Scholar 1879. Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1885. M.A. 1889. Admitted a 
Solicitor June, 1889. Of The Bungalow, Keswick. 

Stoehr, Emil Moritz, third son of the late Emil Moritz Stoehr, Esq., care 
of Mrs. Stoehr, Alderley Edge, aged 14, January 27. Left 

1880. 2 Wilson 

Owen's College, Manchester, 1881-84. Balliol College, Oxford, 1887-89. In 
business in London. Of Elm Bank, Alderley Edge. 

Coote, Howard, son of Thomas Coote, Esq., Oaklands, St. Ives, Hunts, 
aged 14, February 11. Left 1882. 2 Elsee 

J.P. and D.L. for Cambridgeshire and Hunts. Of The Rookery, Fenstanton, St. 
Ives, Hunts. 

Elsee, Arthur, second son of the "Rev. Charles Elsee, Assistant Master at 
Rugby School, aged 12, March 19. Left 1884. 1 Elsee 

Scholar 1880. St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1887. M.A. 1894. Assoc. 
Member, Inst. Engineers 1904. Of Burlington House, Hampton Hill, Middlesex. 

Hadden, Henry Alexander, sixth son of Frederick James Hadden, Esq., 
Wykeham Abbey, York, aged 14, February 1. Left 1882. 1 Elsee 
University College, Oxford, B.A. 1887. M.A. 1890. Junior Carlton Club. 

Melly, Augustus George, fifth son of Charles Pierre Melly, Esq., (O.B., 
1844), Aigbnrth, Liverpool, aged 13, Nov. 8. Left 1882. 3 Elsee 
Admitted a Solicitor November, 1887. Of Riversley, Aigburth, Liverpool. 

Mott, Charles Cheape, son of Charles John Mott, Esq., (O.K., 1840), Clifton, 
Rugby, aged 13, April 6. Left 1884. 2 Elsee 

XI. 1884. Selwyn College, Cambridge, B.A. 1887. M.A. 1891. Assistant Master 
at Cheltenham College 1887-88. Of Berth, Ruthin, North Wales. 

Wrigley, Harry Cecil, second son of the late David Wrigley, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Wrigley, Aigburth Hall, Liverpool, aged 14, April 30. Lefb 

1881. 3 Elsee 

Died at Rosehill, St. Asaph, about 1897. 

Ripley, George Eustace, third son of the Rev. Canon William Nottidge 

Ripley, Earlham Hall, Norwich, aged 14. January 10. 

Left 1881. 3 Lee Warner 

XV. 1881. Gazetted to the 48th Northamptonshire Regiment, 1884. Captain 

1892. Retired 1903. Served in the South African War 1899-1902. Mentioned in 

Despatches. Queen's Medal and four Clasps. King's Medal and two Clasps. 

Of Dalliugton, Northampton. Naval and Military Club. 

Ronald, Arthur Edwin, second son of Robert Bruce Ronald, Esq., Sutton 
Place, Dartford, aged 15, March 24. Left 1881. 2 Lee Warner 

XV. 1880. VIII. 1880, 1881. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and M.B. 1884. 
M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. Practising in New Zealand. Of Shakespeare Road, 
Napier, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. 
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50 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 

Jones, Willoughby, third son of Sir Willoughby Jones, Bart., Cranmer 
Hall, Fakenham, aged 13, May 18. Left 1879. 2 Lee Warner 

Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion The Norfolk Regiment, February 7, 1885. Died in 
Burma, 1888. 

Bence-Jones, Reginald, second son of William Bence-Jones, Esq., 34, 
Elvaston Place, Queen's Gate, London, S.W., aged 12, November 4. 
Left 1881. 1 Lee Warner 

St. John's College, Oxford, 1884. Of Lisselan, Clonakilty, Co. Cork. 

Harrison, Marmaduke Cecil Orofton, eldest son of the late Laurence John 
Harrison, Esq., care of Mrs. Harrison, Leyden House, Mortlake, 
aged 13, July 14 Left 1882. 1 Lee Warner 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1887. M.A. 1889. In business as a Brewer. Of 
Braemar, Winchester. 

MacMahon, William Hastings, son of Colonel Alexander Ruxton MacMahon, 
Simla, India, aged 14, February 13. Left 1879. 2 Lee Warner 

Atter, Francis Ward, youngest son of the late James Atter, Esq , Stamford, 
aged 12, July 10. Left 188 1. 3 Green 

Admitted a Solicitor April, 1889. Practising at Peterborough. 

Groldy, Arnold, son of Major Arnold Goldy, The Maples, Lewisham, Kent, 
aged 15, March 9. Left 1881. 8 Green 

XV. 1881. R.A C., Cirencester, First Scholar, 1882. Orange growing in Florida. 
Osceola Club, St. Augustine, Florida, U.S.A. 

Solly, Ernest, third son of Arthur Isaac Solly, Esq., Heathfield, Congleton, 
aged 15, April 12. Left 1881. 3 Green 

St. Thomas' Hospital, College Prize, 1884. Solly Medal and Prize 1886. M.B- 
London 1887. F.R.C S. 188S. Senior Resident Medical Officer, Royal Free 
Hospital, 1890-91. Practising at Harrogate from 1893. Of Strathlea, Harrogate. 

Haddock, James Kudolph, son of Mrs. Haddock, Rugby, aged 13, April 20. 
Left 1878. 2 Town 

Left from ill health same Term. On H.M.S. " Conway," but disqualified from 
same cause. Resided in America, where he died, about 1897. 

Line, James Barnard, son of William Robert Line, Esq., Bilton Hill, 
Rugby, aged 14, May 25. Left 1880. 2 Town 

Farming in Manitoba, Of Bird's Hill, Manitoba, Canada. 

Mackenzie, Kenneth Walter Ingleby , second son of John Ingleby Mackenzie, 
Esq.. M.D., Rugby, aged 14, March 2. Lett 1881> Town 

L.R.C.P. and M.R.C.S. 1886. Practising as a Physician and Surgeon at Ryde. 
Of Lansdowne House, Ryde. Royal Victoria Yacht Club. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1878. 

Townend, Harry, third son of Joseph Wrigley Townerid, Esq., Culling- 

worth. Bingley, aged 14, August 17. Left 1883. 2 School 

Scholar 1879. Head of the School. Scholar of Hertford College, Oxford, 1882. 

Second Class Classical Moderations. 1885. B.A. Third Class Final Classical 

School, 1887. A Private Tutor 1891. 

Burn, John Henry, eldest son of John Henry Burn, Esq., Tynemouth, 
aged 14, March 24. Left 1883. 2 School 

VIII. 1881, 1882. Minor Exhibitioner 1883. University College, Oxford, First 
Class Classical Moderations, 1884. B.A. First Class Final Classical School, 1877. 
M.A. 1890. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1890. Of Beaconsfield, Cullercoats, 
Northumberland. 

Martley, Francis Charles, third son of Francis Blackburne Martley, Esq., 
3, Herbert Street, Dublin, aged 13, Jan. 20. Left 1884. 2 School 
Minor Exhibition 1884. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1887. M.A. and M.B 
1891. M.D. 1895. Of 32, Upper Merrion Street, Dublin. 



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King, Thomas Edward, second son of Robert King, Esq., Fern House, 
Upper Clapton, London, B., aged 15, May 27.' Left 1881. 1 School 

XIII. 1880. Farming in Virginia 1891. Of Covington, Virginia, U.S.A. 

Wootten-Wootten, Herbert Edward, fourth son of William Wootten- 
Wootten, Esq., Headington House, Oxford, aged 14, April 3. 
Left 1882 3 School 

Braseuose College, Oxford, 1883. A partner in the Camden Brewery Company, 
London. Of 4, Phillimore Gardens, London, W. Reform Club. 

Greville, Ronald Henry Fulke, eldest son of Captain The Hon. Algernon 
William Fulke Greville, afterwards 2nd Lord Greville, 52, Great 
Cumberland Place, London, W., aged 13, October 14. Left 1880. 2 

School 

Gazetted to 1st Life Guards 1886. Captain 1892. Retired 1896. M.P. for East 
Division of Bradford from 1896. Of 11, Charles Street, Berkeley Square, 
London, W. Carlton Club. 

Lawrance, Thomas Dalton, eldest son of John Compton Lawrance, Esq., 

Q.C , Dunsby Hall, Bourne, Lincolnshire, afterwards Judge of the 

High Court, aged 13, January 26. Left 1883. 2 School 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1886. M.A. 1890. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 

1890. Address, 7, Onslow Square, London, 8 W. 

GrUSCOtte, Leonard John, son of John Guscotte, Esq., 47, Onslow Square, 
London, S.W., aged 13. February 24. Left 1881. 2 School 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1887. Died about 1898. 

Ecroyd, Edward, third son of William Farrer Ecroyd, Esq., Spring 
Cottage, Burnley, aged 13, October 9. Left 1879 1 Srhool 

Sheep-farming in America. 

Hannen, Edward Charles, son of Benjamin Hannen, Esq., 4, Pembridge 
Place, London, W., aged 13, October 14. Left 1879. 2 School 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1886. A Partner in Holland and Hannen, Duke 
Street, Bloomsbury. 

Hughes, Alan Edward, son of Thomas Hughes, Esq., J.P., Wychden, 
Stafford, aged 12, October 17. Left 1882. 1 Bowden Smith 

In business at Stafford. 

Young, William Young, stepson of the Rev. John Abbott, Halifax, Nova 
Scotia, aged 12, January 9. Left 1883. 1 Bowden Smith 

Studied for the Colonial Bar, and went to Canada. 

Arbuthnot, Keith Fraser, son of William Reierson Arbuthnot, Esq.,Piaw- 
hatch, East Griristead, aged 14, May 27. Left 1879. 2 Bowden Smith 

A Produce Broker. Of 39, Mincing Lane, London, B.C. 

Edwards, Roderick Mackenzie, son of Roderick Mackenzie Edwards, Esq.. 
(O.K. 1839). Naini Tal, North West India, aged 14, July 26, 
Left 1881. 2 Bowden Smith 

Gazetted to the West Surrey Regiment, February 7, 1885. Bengal Staff Corps. 
Captain 1896. Major 1903. Served in the Burmese Expedition, 1886-89. Medal 
with two Clasps. Manipur 1891. Lushai 1892. South African War, 1901. 
Despatches. Engaged with the South African Constabulary, 1903. 

Howell, Edward Rawson, son of the Rev. Alfred William Howell, 
Aylesbury, aged 13, October 30. Left 188 1. 3 Bowden Smith 

In Western Australia, 1891. 

Kendall, John Frederick William, only son of Colonel John Kendall, Gordon 
House, Scarborough aged 13, July 15. Left 1884. 2 Bowden Smith 

Hertford College, Oxford, 1885, B.A. 1889. Died 21 March, 1893. 



52 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Marchant, Francis, son of Stephen Walter Marchant, Esq., Matfield, 
Brenchley, Staplehurst, aged 14, May 22. Left 1878 3 Bowdeu Smith 

King's Scholar at Eton. Cricket and Football Elevens, 1882. Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1887. In business as a Paper Maker in Upper Thames Street. 

Stewart, Hugh Fraser, second son of Surgeon-General Ludovick 
Charles Stewart, Poonah, India, aged 14, October 27- Left 
1881 - 2 Bowden Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class Natural Science Tripos, 1886, 
M.A. 1891. Hulsean Prize, 1883. Author of " Boethius, an Essay." An Assistant 
Master at Marlborough College, 1889-95, Ordained 1894. Precentor at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, from 1902. Savile Club. 

Tait, Adam Duncan, son of the Rev. Walter Tait, St. Madocs, Glencarse, 
Perth, N.B., aged 14, December 20. Left 1882. 1 Bowden Smith 

Edinburgh University. Admitted a Writer to the Signet, 1889. Of 69, Prince of 
Wales Mansions, Battersea Park, London, S.W. 

Towsey, Francis William, son of the late Captain F. Towsey, B.N., care 
of Mrs. F. Towsey, *2, Belgrave Terrace, Clifton, Bristol, aged 13, 
October 6. Left 188 1. 2 Bowden Smith 

Gazetted to 2nd Battalion The 14th West Yorkshire Regiment, November 25, 1885. 
Captain 1892. Served in the Lushai Operations, 1892. In the Ashanti Expedition, 
1895-96. Star. Served in the South African War, 1902, in command of Imperial 
38th Yeomanry Battalion. 

Bonham-Carter, Gerard, son of Henry Bonham-Carter, Esq., 91, Gloucester 
Terrace, London, W., aged 13, Aug. 1 . Left 1884. 2 Bowden Smith 

In business as a Brewer, 1877-99. Commissioner to British Bed Cross Society in 
South Africa, 1899-1900. Mentioned in despatches. Of 5, Hyde Park Square, 
London, W. 

Cumberbatcli, Laurence Charles, son of Laurence Henry Cumberbatch, 
Esq., Queen's House, Lyndhurst, aged 13, October 1. Left 
1881. 3 Bowden Smith 

In Mercantile Office in London, 1881. At Bangkok, Siam, 1885. In the Borneo 
Company, London, 1891. Of 79, Exchange Buildings, Liverpool. 

Kitson, James Clifford, second son of James Kitson, Esq., Spring Bank, 
Headingley, Leeds, afterwards created a Baronet, aged 13, 
December 6. Left 1882. 3 Wilson 

In Australia, 1891. Care of Sir J. Kitson, Gledhow Hall, Leeds. 

Allen, John Edward Taylor, third son of Peter Allen, Esq., Overbrook, 
Keraall, Manchester, aged 14, September 11. Left 1882. 3 Wilson 
XV. 1881, 1882. University College, Oxford, B.A. 1888, M.A. 1893. Of the 
Guardian Printing Works, Blackfriars Street, Manchester. 

Cobb, John Henry, son of Henry Peyton Cobb, Esq., Walton-on-Thames, 
afterwards M.P. for Rugby Division of Warwickshire, aged 14, 
July 7. Left 1880. 3 Wilson 

Studied at Dresden, 1880-2. Admitted a Solicitor, February, 1888. Of 53, 
Lincoln's Inn Fields, and 61, Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, London, W. 

Jacomb-Hood, Robert Gordon, second son of John Kemp Jacomb Hood, 
Esq., Tunbridge Wells, aged 13, June 3. Left 1884. 2 Wilson 

VIII. 1884. Exhibitioner of Clare College, Cambridge, 1884. Scholar 1885. 
B.A., First Class Classical Tripos, 1887, M.A. 1891, and M.A. of Melbourne, 1891. 
Headmaster Queen's School, Adelaide, South Australia. Adelaide Club. 

Schiller, Canning Ferdinand Scott, eldest son of John Christian P'erdinand 
Schiller, of Othmarchen, in Holstein, sometime of 16, Cavendish 
Place, Eastbourne, aged 14, August 16. Left 1882. 2 Wilson 

Scholar 1879. Major 'and Minor Exhibitioner, 1882. Exhibitioner of Balliol 
College, Oxford, First Class Classical Moderations, 1883, B.A., First Class Final 
Classical School, 1886, Taylorian Scholar, 1887, M.A. 1891. Tutor of Corpus 
Christ! College, from 1903. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 53 



Stoehr, Oscar Heinrich, son of the late Emile Moritz Stoehr, Esq., care of 

Mrs. Stoehr, AldeHey Edge, Cheshire, aged 13, August 6. 

Left 1882. 3 Wilson 

Scholar 1879. Woolwich 1883. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers December 9, 

1884. Died from the effects of a gun accident at Kalandanda in June, 1889. 

Kitson, Albert Ernest, eldest son of James Kitson, Esqi, Spring Batik, 
Eeadingley, Leeds, afterwards created a Baronet, aged 14, October 
7. Leftl882 2 Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1886. Reform Club. 

Withers, George Harold, son of Samuel Withers, Esq., 15, Abercromby 
Square, Liverpool, aged 14, December 9. Left 1881. 2 Hutchinson 
A Wine Merchant. Of Piercefield Road, Freshfield, Lancashire. 

Greg, Edward Hyde, son of Edward Hyde Greg. Esq., Quarry Bank, 
Bandforth. Manchester, aged 14, January 30. Left 1882. 2 Elsee 
A Mechanical Engineer. Of Oakleigh, Ellesmere Park, Eccles. 

Cox, Alfred Richardson, son of Mrs. Cox, Croxhall flail, Lichfield,aged 13, 
March 14. Left 1880. 1 Elseo 

Richardson, Robert Lyman, eldest son of Thomas William B/ichardson, 
Esq., 26, Sussex Square, Brighton, aged 14, November 14. 
Left 1882.2 IClsee 

XI. 1882. A Merchant in London and China. Of 27, Hramham Gardens, 
London, S.W. Thatched House Club. 

Muriel, Frank Charles, son of the late William Muriel, Esq., Wickham 
Market, Suffolk, stepson of R. H. Joynson, Esq., Richmond Hill, 
Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 14, December 3. Left 1881. a Elsee 

Of 23, West Cromwell Road, London, S.W. Constitutional Club. 

Hayashi, Jukichi Atsyoski, ward of Moki Asso Hachisuka, 2, Pall Mall 

Place, London, S. W., adopted son of Atsunosi Hayashi, Tokio, Japan, 

aged 14, October 5, or by English Calendar, November 16. 

Left 1879. 2 Elsee 

Scholar 1878. Second son of Takanori Inouye, whose family name he resumed, 

and is now JUKICHI INOUYE. King's College, London, 1879. Royal School of 

Mines, 1881. Master at Tokyo University Preparatory School, 1884. Sub-editor 

of "Japan Gazette," 1893. Japanese Foreign Office, from 1894. Secretary of 

Legation at Brussels, 1898, and Washington, 1900. Foreign Office, Tokyo, 1904. 

Brooke, Alexander Trafford, son of Alexander Brooke, Esq., (o.R. 1850), 
Muswell Hill Road, Highgate, London, N., aged 14, May 14. 
Left 1881.2 Scott 

Bill, Arthur Leslie, second son of John Bill, Esq., Radford Road, Coventry, 
aged 14, March 7. Left 1880. 3 Scott 

Studied Modern Languages abroad, 1881-84. In business, Raw Silk trade. Of 
Radford Road, Coventry. 

Heatley, John, son of John Heatley, Esq., Eaton, Market Drayton, Salop, 
aged 14, September 13. Left 188 1. 1 Scott 

Of The Chestnuts, Eaton, Market Drayton. 

Ormiston, Walter, eldest son of Walter Ormiston, Esq., 17, Belsize Park, 
London. N.W., aged 14. May 29 Left 1880. 3 Scott 

Passed Final Examination for Solicitor, but never practised. A Tea Planter in 
Ceylon. Of The Kalupahani Estate, Haldummulla, Ceylon. 

Chamberlain, Joseph Austen, eldest son of Joseph Chamberlain, Esq., 
M.P., Birmingham, aged 14, October 16. Left 1882 2 Lee Warner 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1885. M.A. 1889. M.P. for East Worcestershire 
ord of 



from 1892. A Civil Lord of the Admiralty 1895. Financial Secretary of the 
Treasury 1900. Postmaster-General and a Privy Councillor 1902. Chancellor of 
the Exchequer 1903. Of Highbury, Moor Green, Birmingham. 



54 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Kelsall, John Edward, eldest son of William Kelsall, Esq., Fareham, 
Hants, aged 14, January 5. Left 1882. 2 Lee Warner 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1885. M.A. 1889. Ordained 1889. Vicar of East 
Boldre 1893-97. Rector of New Milton, Hants, from 1897. 

Richardson, Philip, eldest son of John Wigham Richardson, Esq., 
Newcastle on -Tyne, aged 13, January 26. Left 1883. 1 Lee Warner 
VIII. 1881. King's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1886. M.A. 1890. A Shipbuilder 
at Newcastle. Of 4, Fen Court, London, B.C. 

Ronald, Angus Cameron, son of Robert Bruce Ronald, Esq., 29 Fembridge 
Square, London, W., aged 13, May 6. Left 1882. 2 Lee Warner 
XV. 1881. Sheep-farming in New South Wales. Address, Nap Nap Station, 
Murrumbidgee River, New South Wales. 

Greaves, John Hall, second son of tlilton Greaves, Esq., Decker Hall, 
Oldtuim. aged 14, December 26. Left 1882. 1 Green 

Hertford College, Oxford, B.A. First Class Final Law School, 1887. Called to the 
Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1^-89. Died about 1898. 

Fison, Edward Lorimer, eldest son of Edward Fison, Esq., Burlington 

Road, Ipswich, aged 13, July 31. Left 1883. 3 Green 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1888. An Engineer. Of 69, East Avenue 
South, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. 

Hamilton, Fraser Grant,, son of Robert Wallace Hamilton, Esq., Llyn 
A rihan, Castleton, Cardiff, aged 13 June 20. Left 1880 l Green 

Wayne, Francis Herman Milford, eldest son of Captain Herman Wayne, 
Tickwood Hall, Much Wenlock, Salop, aged 15, July 14. 
Left 1880. 1 Green 

Magdalene College, Cambridge, B.A. 1883, M.A. 1893. In business in America 
since 1883. Windham Club. 

Haswell, Edward William, eldest son of Mrs. Haswell, North Street, 
Rugby, aged 12, March 3. Left 1883 s Town 

Wadham College, Oxford, 1887. B.A., Non-Collegiate, 1891. Ordained 1891 
Assistant Curate of Watford, Herts, from 1901. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1879. 

Bateson, James, son of William Gandy Bateson, Esq., New Heys, Allerton, 
Liverpool, aged 14. November 14. Left 1881. 2 School 

In Bombay, 1891. A Merchant. Of 19, Huskisson Street, Liverpool. 

Birch, George, only son of the late George Birch. Esq., care of Mrs. Birch, 
Weston, Bath, a ed 14, September 30 Left 188 1. 1 ftchool 

Sandhurst 1884. Gazetted to the 18th Hussars. January, 1885. Captain, \ugust 
1, 1890. Died of fever at Poona, 25 September, 1891. 

Higginbotham, Robert Ker, eldest son of Charles Titus Higginbotham, 

" Esq., Craigmaddie, Milngavie, N.B., aged 14, December 25. 

Left 1883. a 8cliool 

XV. 1882. VIII. 1882, 1883. Of Westwood, Drumchapel, Dumbartonshire. 
Western Club, Glasgow. 

St. Glair Ford, Anson.son of Captain St. Glair Ford. J.P., Zeeluyt House, 
Cheltenham, aged U, October 7. Left 1880. 2 School 

In Florida, 1886. 

Stamer, Reginald Dent, fourth son of the Venerable Sir Lovelace Tomlin- 
son Stamer, Bart , (OR 1843), afterwards Bishop Suffragan of 
Shrewsbury, Stoke-upon-Trent, aged 13, September 2. Left 
1884. 3 School 

XV. 1883. Pembroke College, Cambridge, B.A. 1887, M.A. 1894. Ordained 1888 
Vicar of Lydbury North, Shropshire, from 1900. 



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Smyth, Robert McClintock, son of the late John Acheaon Smyth, Esq., 
(O.K. 1848), care of Mrs. Smyth. Ardmore, Londonderry, Ireland, 
aged 14, February 19. Left 1881. 2 School 

In the Timber Trade in Argentina. 

Stokoe, John Herbert, son of the Rev. Thomas Henry Stokoe, D D., 
Tooting Common, aged 14. January 5. Left 1879. 3 School 

King's College School, 1882. Assistant Master at Rottingdean School, near 
Brighton, 1891. Died about 1900. 

Tooth, Adolphus, son of Arthur Tooth, Esq., 21, Cumberland Terrace, 

Regents Park, London, N.W., aged 14, Oct. 18. Left 1882 2 School 

Admitted a Solicitor February, 1888. Of 36, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C. 

Vanghan, William Wyamer, only sou of Henry Halford Vaughan, Esq., 
(O.K. 1822), Upton Castle. Pembroke, aged 13, February 25. Left 
1884 2 - School 

XV. 1882, 1883. New College, Oxford, Second Class Classical Moderations, 1885. 
B.A. Second Clasa Final Classical School, 1888. Assistant Master at Clifton 
College. Of 4, Albert Road, Clifton. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Wardlaw, George Lake, second son of the late Major James Wardlaw, 
care of Mrs. Wardlaw, Belmaduthy, N B., aged 14, April 19. Left 
1881. 2 School 

Farming in New Zealand 1891. Of Belmaduthy, Gayndah, Queensland, 1904. 

Colls, Arthur Stanley, son of Thomas Colls, Esq.. Hagley Road, Birming- 
ham, afterwards of Beacon Wood. Bromsgrove, aged 13, February 
27. Left 1880. 3 Bowden Smith 

District Engineer under the Government in Ceylon, 1886. Took up an appoint- 
ment at Pretoria, Transvaal, 1902. 

Colt, Francis Dymock, son of Frederick Hoare Colt, Esq, 6, A damson 
Road. South Hampstead, aged 15. Jan. 2. Left 1883. 2 Bowden Smith 

Racquets 1883. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1886. M.A. 1890. Of Central 
Hill House, Upper Norwood. 

Hodson, Laurence William, eldest son of William Hodson, Esq., Wolver- 
hampton, aged 15, July 28. Left 1880. 2 Bowden Smith 

In business as a Brewer. Chairman and Managing Director of Butler & Co. , 
Wolverhampton. Of Compton Hall, Wolverhampton. 

Lowenthal, Frank, third son of Joseph Lowenthal, Esq , The Grange, 
Huddersfield, aged 14, December 2. Left 1883. 1 Bowden Smith 
Of Westmead, Huddersfield. 

Pattinson, Harry, son of Hugh Lee Pattinson, Esq., Scots House, West 
Bolden, Newcastle on-Tyne, afterwards of 136, Fellows Road, 
Hampstead, aged 14, November 29. Left 1882. 1 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1881. Died at Valparaiso, July 5, 1888. 

Wise, Arthur Boyer, son of John Wise, Esq , Redlands, Heading, aged 14, 
June 2. Left 1883. 1 Bowden Smith 

VIII. 1881, 1882. In business at Macclesfield. 

Bate, William Corn wall is, son of W. A. Bate, Esq., Beech wood, Knutsford, 

aged 14, August 11. Left 1881 l Hutchinson 

In Manitoba 1891. 

Brierley, Shirley Howard, fourth son of Leonard Brierley, Esq., Edgbaston, 
Birmingham, aged 14. May 10. Left 1880 l Hntchinson 

A Manufacturer. Of Fritton, Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston. 



56 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Burton, Arthur Robinson, fourth son of David Burton, Esq , Cherry 
Burton, Beverley, aged 14, September 17. Left 1880. 2 Hutchinson 
Died 10th April, 1899. 

Evans, Martin Llewellyn, eldest son of the late John Llewellyn Evans, 
Ksq., care of Mrs. Evans, 2, Nanton Park Villas, Cheltenham, 
aged 14, June 21. Left 1883. 2 Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1886. M.A. 1890. Admitted a Solicitor July, 1890. 

Of 10 and 11, Walbrook, London, E.C. 

Hudson, John Harold, son of John Anthony Hudson, Esq., Longcroft, 
Boverley, aged 14, July 1. Left 1881. 1 Hutchinson 

Studied painting at the Dresden Academy, and in London. Of Longcroft, 
Beverley, Yorkshire. 

Leitch, Hugh Quiniin son of James Leitch, Esq., Claughton, Birkenhead, 
aged 13. February 18. Left 1882. 2 Hutchinson 

Was in the Cotton Trade. Died at Birkenhead February, 1900. 

Marigold, Percy Frederick, son of James Marigold, Esq., Edgbaston, 
Birmingham, -ged 13. July 1. Left 1882. 1 Hutchinson 

Farming in Warwickshire. Of The Uplands, Fillongley, near Coventry. 

Rowley, Oldham Whitaker, son of Alexander Butler Rowley, Esq., Whalley 
Range Manchester, aged 14. July 29. Left 1882. 2 Hutchinson 
Formerly in business as a Cotton Spinner. Residing in Jersey. 

Thomson, Charles, son of William Thomson, Esq., Moss Side, Manchester, 
aged 14, December 2. Left 1881. 3 Hutchinson 

In business in Manchester. 

Fowler, Archibald Robert, son of Robert Fowler, Esq., Petersham, aged 
14, October 7. Left 1881. 3 Wilson 

XV. 1881. Admitted a Solicitor 1888. Of 28, Victoria Street, Westminster. 

Burton, Edward, eldest son of Edward Burton, Esq., Tyldesley, Man- 
chester, aged 14. August 23. Left 1882 3 Scott 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1886, M.A. 1890. Associate Member of Institute 
of Civil Engineers, 1891. Of Frieston, Hulse Road, Southampton. 

Callender, Eustace Maude, son of the late Samuel Pope Callender, Esq., care 

of Mrs. Callender. "Rugby, aged 14, Oct. 31. Left 1881. 2 Scott 

VIII. 1881. Medical Student, St. Mary's Hospital. 1882. M.R.C.S. 1886. Held 

offices at St. Mary's, 1886-90. L.R.C.P. 1890. Of 40, Connaught Square, London, W. 

Kelvey, Charles James, eldest son of Charles Kelvey, Esq., 29, Norfolk 
Road, St. John's Wood, London aged 14, September 1. 
Leftl882 1 Scott 

In ill-health and residing abroad, since 1884. 

Sykes, Harold Platt, eldest son of Thomas Hardcastle Sykes, Esq., 
(0.11.1847). Cheadle, Cheshire, aged 13, Feb. 19. Leftl882. 3 Scott 
St. John's College, Oxford, 1884. Gazetted to the 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's 
Bays), November 16, 1887. Captain 1896. Served in the South African War 
1899-1902. Mentioned in despatches. Retired 1903. Major Denbighshire 
Imperial Yeomanry. Of Longford Hall, Newport, Salop. Army and Navy Club. 

Arton, William Denby. only son of Thomas Arton, Esq., Micklefield, 
"Rawdon, Leeds, aged 14. June 17. Left 1883 * Elsee 

Hertford College, Oxford, B.A. 1887. M.A. 1891. Called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, January, 1889. Of Tanfield Lodge, Bedale, Yorkshire. 

Brown, Henry Rowland, only son of Henry Rowland Brown, Esq., Oihey 

Grove, Stanmore, aged 13, May 19. Left 1883. 8 Elsee 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1887. M.A. 1891. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's 

Inn, 1889. South-Bastern Circuit. Of 5, Pump Court, Temple, and Oxhey 

Grove, Harrow Weald, Middlesex. 



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Martin, Ernest Edward, son of Edwin Martin, Esq., North Crawley, 
Sussex, aged 13, August 23. Left 1879. 2 Elsee 

MacMaster, Alexander Antony, son of Alexander MacMaster, Esq., Park 
House, Stranraer, N.B., aged 15, September 26. Left I860. 2 Elsee 
Has settled in New Zealand. 

Heginbottom, William, son of Thomas Heginbottom, Esq., Ashton-under- 
Lyne, aged 14, November 18. Left 1883. 1 Elsee 

In business as a Cotton Spinner. Died 1900. 

Miller, William, eldest son of William Miller, Esq., Woodhall, Pinner, 
aged 14, December 8. Left 1883. 2 Elsee 

Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1883. Scholar of Hertford College, Oxford, 1882, 
First Class Classical Moderations 1884. B.A. First Class Final Classical School 
1887. Called to tha Bar, Inner Temple, 1889. A Journalist and Foreign Corres- 
pondent. Author of " Travels and Politics in the Near East" 1898, and other 
works. Devonshire Club. 

Simpson, Frank Robert, eldest son of John Bell Simpson, Esq., Hedgefield 
House, Blaydon-on-Tyne, aged 14, April 12. Left 1882. 3 Elsee 

XI. 1882. XV, 1882. Durham University 1884. A Mining Engineer. J.P. for 
Co. Durham. Of Hedgefield House, Blaydon-on-Tyne. 

Edwards, Charles Frederick, son of the late Thomas Grandage Edwards. 
Esq., care of Mrs. Edwards, 13, Croxteth Road, Liverpool, aged 14, 
May 12. Left 188 1 2 Lee Warner 

A Merchant in Liverpool. Of 7, Fulwood Park, Liverpool. 

Higgin, Charles Ernest, fourth son of Thomas Higgin, Esq., Ethersall, 
Roby, Liverpool, aged 15, December 20. Left 188 1. 1 Lee Warner 
A Salt Proprietor. Of Highfield, Alvanley, Warrington. 

Moody, Henry de Clervaulx, son of General Moody, Caynham House, 
Ludlow, aged 14, February 8. Left 1880. 3 Lee Warner 

Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment), 
August 25th, 1883. Captain 1892. Served in the Burmese Expedition 1885, 1887. 
Medal with Clasp. Served in the South African War 1900. Killed in action at 
Nooitgelacht 13th December, 1900. 

Wilson, Cecil, only son of the Rev. Daniel Frederick Wilson, Vicar of 
Mitcham. aged 14, October 30. Left 1882. 3 Lee Warner 

XV. 1882. An Electrical Engineer. Of Heathside, Norwich. 

Downing, Geoffrey, son of Samuel Downing, Esq., Monkstown, Co. Dublin, 
aged 13, May 9. Left 1879.' Lee Warner 

Trinity College, Dublin, 1883. Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion Royal Dublin 
Fusiliers, May 6, 1885. Captain 1894. 

Phillips, Thomas, son of Charles Phillips, Esq., Willenhall, and nephew of 
Mrs. Spittle, West Bromwich, aged 14, Dec. 24. Left 1880.* Green 
Was in business at Wolverhampton. Of Shorecliffe, Clifton Road, Llandudno. 

Foster, Alfred James, only son of James Foster, Esq., Hindley Hall, 
Stocksfield-on-Tyne, aged 14, February 1. Left same Term. Green 

J.P. for County of Durham. Major, Northumberland Artillery fMilitia). Of 
Anick Cottage, Hexham. Junior United Service Club. 

Haswell, Joseph Stenson, son of Mrs. Haswell, North Street, Rugby, and 
" the late William Haswell, aged 11, Nov. 6. Left 1880. 3 Town 

An Electrical Engineer. Travelling abroad 1903. Care of Rev. E. H. Haswell 
Marlborough Road, Watford, Herts. 

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IS Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1879. 

Bates, William, son of W. Bates, Esq., Dale Hall, Burslem, aged 14, 
January 23. Left 1881. * School 

Died in Switzerland in 1882. 

Davey, Horace Scott, eldest son of Horace Davey, Esq., Q.O., afterwards 
Lord Davey, (O.K. 1848), 10, Queen's Gate Gardens, South 
Kensington, aged 14, April 25. Left 1883. 8 School 

VIII. 1883. Oriel College, Oxford, 1883. Gazetted to the 18th Hussars, 
September 14, 1887. Captain 1894. Major 1901. Served in the South African 
War 1899-1900. Action at Talana and Defence of Ladysmith. Queen's Medal 
with two Clasps. 

Roscoe, Henry Lincoln, son of Henry Roscoe, Esq., Roehampton Park, 
London, S.W., aged 14, April 16. Left 1884. 2 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B A. 1887. Admitted a Solicitor 1894. Of 36, 
Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C. 

De Candolle, Eaymond, son of Mons. Casimir de Candolle, 11, Rue Massot, 
Geneva, aged 14, August 24. Left 1883. 2 Bowden Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1886. A Civil Engineer. In Mexico 1891. 

Penyn, Richard George Henry, elder son of Richard Henry Perry n, Bsq. 
(O.B. 1845), Hatfield House, Twickenham, aged 14. December 25. 
Left 1879. 3 Bowden Smith 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1888. Practising as a Barrister in Canada 1891. 
Admitted a Solicitor 1898. Of Carisbrooke House, Twickenham. 

Haddock, Lorents Braun, son of James Haddock, Esq., Windle Cottage, 
St. Helens, Lancashire, aged 14, March 26. Left 1883 3 Hutchinson 

XV. 1883. VIII. 1880, 1881, 1882, 18?3. In business as a Shipowner and Insur- 
ance Broker in Liverpool. Served in the South African War as a Trooper in the 
23rd Imperial Yeomanry, and rose to be Major in the Prince of Wales Light 
Horse. Died 21st August, 1903. 

Haworth, Arthur Adlington, eldest son of Abraham Haworth, Esq., Hilston 
House, Altrincham, aged 13, August 22. Left 1884. 3 Hutchinson 

In business in Manchester A Governor of the Manchester Grammar School 1902. 
Of Normanby, Altrincham. 

Lees, Robert Percy, son of John Lees, Esq., Primrose House, Oldham, 
aged 13, August 6. Left 1884. 1 Hutchinson 

Martin, Harry, son of William Martin, Esq., Stirchley, Birmingham, aged 

14, July 22. Left 1881. 3 Hutchinson 

Formerly in business in Birmingham. Of Carmel Wood, Chester Road, Erdington. 

Samson, Walter, second son of Henry Samson, Esq., Green Walk, Bowden, 
Cheshire, aged 14, July 9. Left 1883. 2 Hutchinson 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1886. Was in business. Dead. 

Seeker, William Henry, eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Jackson Seeker, 
Sunderland, aged 13, November 3. Left 1880 2 Hutchinson 

At Rossall School, 1881-84. Scholar of St. John's College, Oxford, 1884. First 
Class Classical Moderations, 1886, B.A.. Second Class Final Classical School, 1888. 
A Master at Aysgarth School, from 1890. Address, Aysgarth, Newton-le- Willows, 
Yorkshire. 

Jessel, Herbert Merton, second son of the Right Hon. Sir George Jessel, 
Master of the Rolls, 10, Hyde Park Gardens, London, W., aged 
12, October 27. Left 1883. 3 School 

Scholar 1881. New College, Oxford, 1884. Gazetted to the 17th Lancers, 
November, 1886. Captain 1896. M.P. for South St. Pancras from 1896. Of 50, 
Mount Street, Park Lane, London, W. 



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Payne, Frederick Gillies, son of Sir Salusbury Gillies Payne, Barb., (o.R. 

1845), Blunham House, Sandy, Bedfordshire, aged 14, November 

7. Left 1882. 1 Scott 

Went to America in 1886. Manager at Bridgeport, U.S.A., of branch mills of 

Messrs. J. and N. Phillips, Manchester, 1891. 

Roche, Charles Hubert, son of Charles Bennett Roche, Esq., Daventry, 
aged 14, August 8. Left 1882. 2 Scott 

Admitted a Solicitor, December, 1887. Practising at Daventry. 

Simpkinson, Theodore, son of the Rev. John Nassau Simpkinson, (o.R. 
1831), Rector of North Creake, Fakenham, aged 13, April 12, 
Left 1882. 2 Scott 

An Agricultural Settler in North- West Territory, Canada, 1885. 

Coote, Charles Harold, son of Charles Coote, Esq., Christchurch, Hants, 
aged 14, October 13. Left 1882. 1 Elsee 

Was in business as a Coal Merchant. Of Houghton Grange, Huntingdon. 

Griffith-Boscawen, Arthur Sackville Trevor, youngest son of Boscawen 
Trevor Griffith-Boscawen, Esq., (o.R. 1849), Trevalyn Hall, 
Wrexham, aged 13, October 18. Left 1884. 1 Elsee 

Scholar 1880. Exhibitioner of Queen's College, Oxford, 1884. Second Class 
Classical Moderations, 1886, B.A., First Class Final Classical and Second Class 
Modern History, 1888, M.A 1896. M.P. for Tonbridge Division of Kent from 1892. 
Parliamentary Charity Commissioner from 1900. J.P. for Kent, and Captain 3rd 
(Militia) Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment. Of Harwarton, Speldhurst, 
near Tonbridge Wells. Carlton Club. 

Hayward, Charles Wiltens Andree, second son of Johnson Frederick 
Hayward, Esq., Freshford, Bath, afterwards of Limpley Stoke, 
Wilts, aged 12, July 21. Left 1884. 3 Elsee 

Scholar 1881. XV. 1884. Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1888. Called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, 1890. 

May, John, second son of George May, Esq., Sherwood Lodge, Reading, 
afterwards of The Warren, Caversham, aged 13, February 5. 
Left 1882.2 Elsee 

Scholar 1880. University College, London, 1882. A Civil Engineer. 

Peterson, Frederick Hopewell, son of Frederick William Voysey Peterson, 
Esq., Bengal Civil Service, aged 14, Sept. 5. Left 1881. 3 Elsee 
XV. 1881. Gazetted to the Yorkshire Light Infantry November 25, 1885. Bengal 
Staff Corps. Captain 1896. Served in the Sikkim Expedition 1888. Medal with 
Clasp. In the Hazara Expedition 1891. Clasp. Chitral 1895. Despatches. 
D.S.O. Medal with Clasp. 

Thompson, Astley John Onslow, son of Astley Thompson, Esq., Glyn 
Abbey, Kinevelley, Caermarthenshire, aged 14. January 3. 
Left 1882. 3 Elsee 

Manager of Camden Park Estate, and J.P. New South Wales. Australian Club, 
Sydney. Of Camden Park, Menangle, New South Wales. 

Winterbotham, Arthur Strachan, eldest son of Arthur Brand Winter- 
botham, Esq., Norman Hill, Dursley, Gloucestershire, aged 14, 
June 28, Left 1882. 3 Elsee 

XI. 1882. A Manufacturer. Of Cam, Dursley, Gloucestershire. 

Maclnnes, Neil, son of Miles Maclnnes, Esq , M.P., (o.R. 1843), Eickerby, 
Carlisle, aged 14, January 11. Left 1883. 8 Lee Warner 

VIII. 1883. J.P. for Cumberland. Of Rickerby, Carlisle. 

Sandars, Hanmer Llewellyn, son of Thomas Collett Sandars, Esq. (o.R. 1836), 
46, Cleveland Square, London, W., aged 14, July 9. Left same 
Term. Lee Warner 

Died in October, 1886. 



60 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Watson, Archibald Watson, eldest son of the late Archibald Watson, Esq., 
of Stroquhan. Dumfriesshire, aged 14, November 13. Left 
1883. 2 Lee Warner 

XI. 1882, 1883. XV. 1882. Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1887. Called to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, November, 1890. Of 28, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh. 

Broadbent, John Francis Harpin, eldest son of William Henry Broadbent, 
Esq., M.D., 34, Seymour Street, London, W., aged 13, October 16. 
Left 1884. a Whitelaw 

Scholar of Hertford College, Oxford, 1884. Second Class Classical Moderations 
1886. B.A. 1888. New Oxford and Cambridge Club. Of 35, Seymour Street, 
Portman Square, London, W. 

Culshaw, George Harold, fourth son of the late William Culshaw, Esq., 
and brother of A. Culshaw, Esq., Park Avenue, Mossley, Liver- 
pool, aged 15, January 18. Left 1881. 1 Green 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1888, M.A. 1889. Ordained 1890. Rector of Iver 

Heath, Bucks, from 1902. Blenheim Club. 

Hechle, James Herbert, son of J. Hechle, Esq., Calcutta, aged 14, May 14. 
Left 1881.* Green 

A Solicitor in Calcutta. Of 238, Lower Circus Road, Calcutta. 

Campbell, Evan Cameron Bracken, seventh son of James Archibald 
Campbell, Esq., (O.K. 1822), Rugby, and New Inverawe, Argyle- 
shire, aged 13, January 22. Left 1885. Town 

1, Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, London, S.W., 1903. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1879. 

Benyon-Winsor, Walter John, fourth son of William Henry Benyon- 
Winsor, Esq., 23, Pembridge Gardens, London, W., aged 14, 
February 20. Left 1882. 3 School 

Farming in Manitoba 1891. Still abroad 1904. 

Blackwell, Edmund Alfred, fourth son of Thomas Francis Blackwell, Esq., 
The Cedars, Harrow Weald, aged 13, March 18. Left 1882. 8 School 
A Merchant in Soho Square. Died 24th November, 1891. 

Bolckow, Henry William Ferdinand, eldest son of Carl Ferdinand Henry 
Bolckow, Esq., Marton Hall, Middlesborough, aged 14, August 22. 
Left 1884. 2 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1887. J.P. for North Riding of Yorkshire. 
Of Brackenhoe, Marton, R.S.O , Yorkshire. 

G-ellatly, Herbert, son of Peter Gellatly, Esq., Loughton, Essex, aged 14, 
May 16. Left 1882. 3 School 

Admitted a Solicitor January, 1891. In business in London. Firm of Gellatly, 
Hankey, Sewell & Co. 

Hopkins, Henry, son of H. Hopkins, Esq., Worthing, aged 14, August 28. 
Left 1882* School 

Parkin, William, eldest son of William Parkin, Esq., Blaithwaite House, 
Aspatria, Carlisle, aged 14, July 12. Left 1S83. 2 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1884. Has assumed the additional surname of 
MOORE after PARKIN. J.P. and D.L. for Cumberland. High Sheriff 1899. Of 
Whitehall, Mealsgate, Carlisle; 

Smith, Cecil Raby, son of C. Chaloner Smith, Esq., Belmont Hill, Lee, 
Kent, aged 13, December 31. Left 1880. a School 

Farming in Argentina 1891. 

Bryce Smith, Norgrave James, son of Bryce Smith, Esq., Rye Bank, 
Charlton, Manchester, aged 14, Sepb. 20. Left 1882. 3 Bowden Smith 

In business in Manchester. Of 16, Nicholas Street, Manchester. 



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Hargreaves, Arthur Shepherd, fourth son of James Hargreaves, Esq., 

Hey wood, Manchester, aged Id', Sept. 12. Left 1882. 1 Bowden Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B. 1885. M.A. 1889. Called to the 

Bar, Inner Temple, 1886. Northern Circuit. Of Gooden House, Harrow-on-the- 

Hill. 

Harper, George, son of G. Harper, Esq., 8, Chepstow Yillas, London, W., 

aged 14, August 30. Left 1883. 3 Bowden Smith 

XI. 1863. XV. 1883. Jesus College, Cambridge, 1884. A Medical Student 1891. 

Home, Ernest Worthy, son of Frederick Home, Esq., Betilah Spa, Upper 
Norwood, aged 14, July 10. Left 1882. 2 Bowden Smith 

King's College, London, 1882'85. An Engineer at San Francisco, U.S.A. 

Scott, William Campbell, son of William Scott, Esq., 92, Gloucester Terrace, 
London. W., aged 13, February 1. Left 1884. 3 Bowden Smith 
In business at Madras. Care of Binny & Co., Madras. 

Surtees, Aubone Alfred, son of Alfred Wright Surtees, Esq., 32, Queens- 
borough Terrace, London, W., aged 13, October 2. Left 
1884. 2 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1882, 1883. XI. 1884. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1887. Admitted a 
Solicitor 1891. Of 35, Bedford Row, London, W.C. 

Wintle, FitzHardinge, son of General Edmund Wintle, Brynhir, Tenby, 
aged 13, November 30. Left 1882. 1 Bowden Smith 

Gazetted to the Border Regiment,* August 29, 1885. Bengal Staff Corps. Captain 
1896. Served in Chitral 1895. Medal with Clasp. N.W. Frontier 1897-98. Two 
Clasps. Tirah 1897-98. Clasp. 

Bowden Smith, William, seventh son of the Rev. Philip Bowden Smith, 
(O.K. 1844), Assistant Master at Rugby School, aged 12, February 
15. Left 1886. 2 Bowden Smith 

XI. 1885, 1886. Racquets 1884, '85, '86. Sandhurst 1886. Gazetted to the 4th 
Royal Lancaster Regiment 1887. Died of enteric fever at Ahmednagar, India, 
5th July, 1892. 

Atkinson, Charles Edmund, second son of Charles R. Atkinson, Esq., 
Windsor, Belfast, Ireland, aged 13, Nov. 30. Left 1882. 2 H utchinsoii 
VIII. 1880, 1881, 1882. A Civil Engineer. Died in Ireland. 

Foden, Edward Antrobus, son of Edward Antrobus Foden, Esq., Teddesley, 
Penkridge, Stafford, aged 14, October 18. Left 188 1. 3 Hutchinson 
A Land Agent. Address as above. 

Gardner, James Cardwell, son of the Rev. James Card well Gardner, 

Rugby, afterwards Vicar of Butlers Marston, aged 15, June 29. 

Left 1881. 8 Hutchinson 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. and M.B. 1894. The well-known Oarsman 

and Sculler. Practising as a Doctor at Amersham, Bucks. 

Hopkins, Percy Alfred, son of Alfred Nind Hopkins, Esq., Oversley, 
Birmingham, aged 14, May 28. Left 1883.* Hutchinson 

In business in Birmingham. Of Vernon Road, Edgbaston. 

Kirkpatrick, Richard Trench, son of Alexander Richard Kirkpatrick, Esq., 

Donacomper, Celbridge, Kildare, aged 13, September 25. Left 

1884. 2 Hutchinson 

Gazetted to the Leicester Regiment August, 1885. Served in Uganda 1897. 

Twice mentioned in Despatches. D.S.O. May, 1898. F.RG.S. Murdered in 

Africa 26th November, 1898. 

Simon, Francis Rupert Powell, sixth son of George Simon, Esq., Heckley, 
Kent, aged 13, January 23. Left 1884. 1 Hutchinson 

Scholar 1880. Merton College, Oxford, 1884. In business as a Wine Merchant in 
London. Reform Club, Pall Mall, London. 



62 Jex-BlaJce, 1874-87. 

Smethurst, Frank Ronaldson, second son of Arthur Olough Sraethurst, 

Esq., Chorley, Lancashire, aged 13, Nov 5. LeffclSSS. 1 Hutchinson 

A Tea Planter in Ceylon from 1888. Of the Somerset Estate, Talawakelle, Ceylon. 

Tabor, Edward Henry, son of Henry Samuel Tabor, Esq., 44, Lansdowne 
Road, Notting Hill, London, W., aged 13, February 3. Left 
1883. 1 Hutchinson 

At Locomotive Works of L. and N.-W. and other Railways 1883-1890. In 
Locomotive Department of the Pennsylvania Eailway at Altoona, U.S.A., 1891. 

Walker, Herbert Sutherland, son of William Walker, Esq., M.D., Nainital, 
India, aged 14, September 29. Left 188 1- 8 Hutchinson 

XL 1881. Gazetted to the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), August 23, 1884. 
Major 1901. Retired as Lieut.-Colonel 1903. Served in the Benin Expedition 
1897. Brevet of Major. Medal with Clasp. Served in West Africa, Gold Coast, 
1897-99. Despatches. Brevet of Lieutenant-Colonel. Clasp. Chief Constable 
for Worcestershire 1903. 

Baker, Thomas Tiver, second son of Thomas Baker, Esq., Durdham Park, 
Redlands, Bristol, aged 14, March 12. Left 1883.* Scott 

Crick 1882. A Member of the London Stock Exchange. Badminton Club. 

Bill, Arnold Francis, third son of John Bill, Esq., Coventry, aged 13, 
October 8. Left 1884.* Scott 

Scholar 1879. Scholar of Brasenose College, Oxford, 1884. Second Class Classical 
Moderations, 1886. B.A. 1886. M.B. 1893. M.D. M.R.C.P. 1896. Practising 
at Coventry. 

Castle, Michael Bowring, son of Michael Castle, Esq., Clifton, Bristol, 
aged 14, April 27. Left 1883. 2 Scott 

VIII. 1882, 1883. Captain in the Cardigan Artillery Militia, March 16, 1839. 

Fairclough, Edgar Musgrave, son of James Stanley Fairclough, Esq., 
Aughton, Ormskirk, aged 13, November 4. Left 1881.* Scott 
Died at Hoylake from the effects of a gun accident, October 5, 1883. 

Leather, Gerard Frederick Towlerton, eldest son of Frederick John 
Leather, Esq., Tickhill, Rotherham, aged 14, August 16. 
Left 188 1. 3 Scott 

Gazetted to the 1st Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers, 1886. Captain 1895. 
Major 1900. Of Middleton Hall, Belford, Northumberland. Army and Navy Club. 

MacMullen, Leonard, third son of Alexander Peter MacMullen, Esq., 
Hertford Castle, Herts, aged 14, June 22. Left 1883. 2 Scott 

In business as a Brewer until 1900. A Member of the London Stock Exchange, 
1903. Of 16, Tokenhouse Yard, E.G., and Woodbury, Denmark Avenue, Wimbledon. 

Ramsden, William Hesketh, eldest son of William Ramsden, Esq., 
Tyldesley, Manchester, aged 14, January 22. Left 1882. 3 Scott 
In business as a Colliery Proprietor. Of The Laburnums, Atherton. 

Todd-Newcomb, Robert Nicholas, son of the late John Todd-Newcomb, 
Esq., care of Mrs. Todd-Newcomb, Guards, Sandside, Carnforth, 
aged 14, December 2. Left 1882. 1 Scott 

Wigan, Ernest Edward, third son of James Wigan,Esq., Cromwell House, 
Mortlake, Surrey, aged 14, October 22. Left 1883.* Scott 

XI. 1882, 1883. University College, Oxford, B.A. 1886. Admitted a Solicitor, 
1891. Of 34, Clement's Lane, London, E.G., and Oakley Lodge, Weybridge, Surrey. 

G-arnett, Newstead, son of James Garnett, Esq., Waddow, Clitheroe, aged 
14, April 18. Left 1882. 1 Scott 

In business as a Cotton Manufacturer. Of Church Brow, Clitheroe. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 63 

Bright, Henry Yates, son of Henry Arthur Bright, Esq., (o.u. 1844), 
Ashfield, Knotty Ash, Liverpool, aged 14, August 21. Left 
1880. 1 Lee Warner 

Tn a Mercantile Office at Lima, South America. 

Cross, Francis John Kynaston, second son of Edward Cross, Esq., Pendle- 
bury, Manchester, aged 13, Nov. 14. Left 1880. 1 Lee Warner 

Went to Harrow School and Oriel College, Oxford. At Oxford House, Bethnal 
Green, and of Aston Tirrold Manor, Wallingford. 

Greg, Henry Philips, son of Henry Russell Greg, Esq., Lode Hill, Hand- 
forth aged 14, August 13. Left 1884. 1 " Lee Warner 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1887. M.A. 1892. In business as a Cotton 
Manufacturer. Of Oak Brow, Handforth. 

Mapleton, David Hubert, son of the Rev. David Mapleton, Meanwood, 
Leeds, aged 14, June 22. Left 1880. 2 Lee Warner 

Ransome, James, son of Allen Ransome, Esq., 1, Claphara Common, aged 
14, July 6. Left 1880. 1 Lee Warner 

An Architect. Offices, 11, Argyll Place, W. 

Rathbone, Robert Cuthbert, second son of Samuel Greg Rathbone, Esq., 
Woolton, Liverpool, aged 14, August 4. Left 1882. 1 Lee Warner 
In business. Of Croxeter Drive, Sefton Park, Liverpool. 

Simey, George Iliff, second son of Ralph Simey, Esq., Sunderland, aged 
13, February 25. Left 1885.2 Lee Darner 

Scholar 1880. Head of the School. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1885. 
Exhibitioner of Balliol College, Oxford, 1885. First Class Classical Moderations 
1887. B.A. Second Class Final Classical School 1889. Admitted a Solicitor 1892. 
Of 59, John Street, Sunderland. 

Williams, Herbert Augustus McDougal, son of John Thomas Williams, 
Esq., M.D., St. Heliers, Jersey, aged 14, May 31. Left 
1882. 8 Lee Warner 

XV. 1882. Sandhurst 1884. Gazetted to the Princess Louise's (Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders), October 14, 1885. Captain 1896. Reserve of Officers. 
Served in the South African War April to 31st May, 1902. Of Bedford House, 
Helenborough. 

Baldwin. Arthur Reginald, son of John Baldwin, Esq., Clays House, 
Halifax, aged 14, September 29. Left 1883. 8 Whitelaw 

Farming in Yorkshire. Of Muston Hall, Hunmanby. 

Coles, Frederick William, son of John Henry Campion Coles, Esq., Clare- 
mont House, Eastbourne, aged 15, Oct. 22. Left 1880 Whitelaw 
Admitted a Solicitor, July, 1887. Practising at Hastings. 

"Coulthard, Frank, only son of HiramCraven Coulthard, Esq. ,13, Kensington 
Park Gardens, London, W., aged 14, July 29. Left 1881. 2 Whitelaw 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1893. Of 9, Montpelier Square, London, S.W. 

Harrison, Sydney Nevill, son of Charles Harrison, Esq., M.P., Aveley 
Court, Stourport. aged 14. May 24. Left 1884. 2 Whitelaw 

XV. 1882, 1883. XI. 1882, 1883, 1884. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1887, 
M.B. 1891. Of 460, West Street, Durban, South Africa. 

Mayall, Reginald, son of George Mayall, Esq., Allerton House, Woolton, 
Liverpool, aged 14, March 23. Left 1882. 3 Whitelaw 

Trinity CoUege, Cambridge, B.A. 1886. Has left England. 

Robinson, James Edward Grant, eldest sou of John Park Robinson, Esq , 
78, Gloucester Crescent, London, W., aged 13, October 27. 
Left 1884. 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1879. New CoUege, Oxford, B.A. 1887. 



64 Je&Blalce, 1874-87. 

Tagart, Frederick Ohgley, son of Francis Tagart, Esq., 99, Queen's Gate, 
London, S.W., aged 13, December 13. Whitelaw 

Died at Dulverton in the holidays, September 18, 1880. 

Bishop, William Hill, son of W. Bishop, Esq., Brick House, Stroud, 
Gloucestershire, aged 15, April 13. Left 1881. 2 Elsee 

In business as a Wool and Cloth Dyer. Of Brick House, Stroud. 

Cassels, John Kennedy, eldest son of John Cassels, Esq., Bournemouth, 
aged 15, May 23. Left 1882. 3 Elsee 

XI.* 1882. Manager of Ashworth and Co., in Buenos Ayres, from 1896. 

Cooke, Sidney Fitzwyman. eldest son of Robert Thomas Cooke, Esq., 
Elmhurst, Castle Bar, Baling, aged 14, May 17. Left 1883. 1 Elsee 
Gazetted to 1st Battalion The 24th Regiment, November 10, 1886. Captain 1893. 
Adjutant, 4th Battliou South Wales Borderers, 1901. Army and Navy Club." 

Cooper, Edward Trenchard, son of Robert Aspland Cooper, Esq., Aspland 
House, Norwich, aged 14, July 6. Left 1881. 2 Elsee 

In business at Norwich. 

Nugent-Dunbar, Robert Lennox, only son of the late Robert Nugent- 
Dunbar, Esq., of Machermore, care of Mrs. Nugent- Dunt^ar, 59, 
Brompton Square, London, aged 1 5, Sept, 23. Left 1882. 2 Elsee 

Gazetted to the 4th (Militia) Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers 1883. Captain 3rd 
Battalion 1887. Major 1902. J.P. for Kirkcudbrightshire. Of Machermore 
Castle, near Newton Stewart, N.B. 

Walker, George Townshend Forestier, son of Colonel E. Walker, R.E., 
Old Cliarlton, Kent, aged 13, August 2. Left 1881. 8 Elsee 

Woolwich 1883. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1884. Royal Horse Artillery 
1889. Captain 1895. Major 1900. Served in the South African War 1899-1900. 
On Staff. Present at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein. Also 
at Paardeberg, Poplar Grove and Vet River. Despatches. Queen's Medal with 
four Clasps. Chief Staff Officer Somaliland Field Force 1903. Wounded at 
Jidballi January, 1904. 

Barlow, George Edmund Joseph Hilaro. son of the Rev. George Hilaro 
Philip Barlow, Chardstock, Chard, aged 13, October 21. Left 
1883. 2 Green 

Admitted a Solicitor 1889. Of 165, Fenchurch Street, London, B.C. 

Fischer, Charles Terreneau. son of Thomas Halhed Fischer, Esq., Q.C., 
Walton Oaks, Epsom, aged 13, April 22. Left 1883.' Green 

Farming 1884-94. In business in London 1894-1904. Farming at Nairobi 
British East Africa, 1904. 

Solly, Charles Edward, fourth son of Arthur Isaac Solly, Esq , Heathfield, 

Congleton, Cheshire, aged 15, August 30. Left 1882. 3 Green 

Was Manager of Cressbrook Mills, Bakewell, Derbyshire. Died 5th January, 1898. 

Buchanan, John Penruddocke, son of David Buchanan, Esq., (O.K. 1845), 
Northfield House. Rugby, aged 15, August 16. Left 1883. 2 Town 

VIII. 1883. Care of Mrs. Buchanan, Rugby. 

Sapte, Douglas, sixth son of Captain William Sapte, Rugby, aged 13, June 6. 
Left 1883. 2 Town 

Sandhurst 1884. Gazetted to the 1st Battalion Fifth Fusiliers May, 1885. Captain 
1892 Major 1900. Served in the Nile Campaign 1898, including Battle of 
Khartoum. British Medal and Egyptian Medal with Clasp. District Commis- 
sioner in Crete during the Occupation 1898-99. Served in the South African War 
1899-1900 Severely wounded at Belmont. Despatches. Queen's Medal with 
two Clasps. Junior United Service Club. 

Wise, Alexander Gordon Hay, son of the late Chief Justice Edward Wise, 
(O.R. 1831), Rugby, aged 13, March 1. Left 1882. 1 Town 

Scholar 1879. In the Office of the Agent-General for New South Wales, 9, Victoria 
Street, Westminster, London, S.W. 



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Thompson, Alfred Edward, only son of William Thompson, Esq., 
Walton Grange, Stone, Staffordshire, aged 14, June 14. Left 
1882. 2 Hutchinson 

XI. 1882. Manager of Westbrook Mills, Sheffield. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1880. 

Engleheart, Victor Frederick, fourth son of John Gardner Dillman 
Engleheart, Esq., C.B., (O.K. 1837), Duchy of Lancaster Office, 
London, aged 12, March 4. Left 1885. 2 School 

New College, Oxford, 1886. A Clerk in the Probate Office, Somerset House. 

Burn, Frank Hawthorn, second son of John Henry Burn, Esq., Tynemouth, 
aged 13, December 18. Left 1885. 3 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1888. M.A. 1892. A Mining Engineer and Coal 
Owner. J.P. for Co. Durham. Of Bolam Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Herron, Herbert George Whitley, eldest son of George Oliver Mellick 
Herron, Esq., Richmond Hill, Surrey, aged 14, January 8. Left 
1884. 2 School 

VIII. 1884. Indian Civil Service 1885. Exeter College, Oxford, 1885. India 1888 
Joint Magistrate and Collector, Bengal, from 1896. 

Bouth, Arthur Hampson Delamere, eldest son of Frederick William 
Delamere Bouth, Esq., M.D., Woodfields, Leigh, Lancashire, aged 
14, September 17. Left 1883. 2 School 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1886. In business as a Cotton Spinner at Leigh, 
Lancashire. Of The Firs, Leigh, Lancashire. 

Cooke-Hurle, Edward Forbes, third son of Joseph Cooke-Hurle, Esq., 
Brislington Hill, Bristol, aged 13, June 3. Left 1885. 2 School 

Sandhurst 1886. Gazetted to the Somerset Light Infantry February, 5, 1887. 
Captain 1896. Served in Burma 1892-93. Severely wounded in the operations in 
the Kachin Hills. Served in the Mohmand Expedition 1897-98. Medal with 
Clasp. Of Frethey, Bishops Hull, Taunton. Army and Navy Club. 

Cholmondelay, Thomas Tatton Reginald, son of Colonel the Hon. Thomas 
Grenville Cholmondeley, (o.R. 1832), Abbotts Moss, Northwich, 
aged 14, October 9. Left 1884. 2 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1884. Was a Banker's Clerk in London. Dead. 

Higginbotham, Charles Ernest, second son of Charles Titus Higgin- 
botham, Esq., Craigmaddie, Milngavie, N.B., aged 13, July 4. 
Left 1884. 2 School 

XI. 1884. Sandhurst 1886. Gazetted to the Northamptonshire Regiment (58th), 
1887. Captain 1899. At Pretoria 1903. Army and Navy Club. 

Latham, John Mere, eldest son of Francis Law Latham, Esq., (o.R. 1848), 
Bombay, and grandson of Mrs. Hutchinson, Pevensey Road, St. 
Leonards, Sessex, aged 13, June 22. Left 1885. 2 Bowden Smith 

Exhibitioner of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1886. Second Class Classical 
Moderations 1887. B.A. 1889. M.A. 1892. Ordained 1891. Vicar of Letcombe 
Regis, near Wantage, Berks, from 1898. 

Watson, George Harrison, second son of John Harrison Watson, Esq., 
28, Queensborough Terrace, London, W., aged 14, August 10. 
Left 1882 . 3 Bowden Smith 

Formerly on a Sheep-run in Queensland. A Banker's Clerk and Branch Manager 
in New South Wales from 1891. Of Rozelle, Sydney, New South Wales. 

PMlbrick, Ernest Frederick Adolphus, son of Frederick Adolphus /**r~ 
Philbrick, Esq., Q 0., 28, Avenue Road, Regents Park, London, 
N.W., aged 14, April 4. Left 1882.' Hutchinson 

Address, Oldfield, Bickley Park, Kent. 

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Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



MacMllllen, Osmund Robert, only son of Osmund H. MacMullen, Esq., 
Westfield House, Hertford, aged 14, August 29. Left 1883. 2 Scott 

A Brewer at Hertford from 1884. Of Rush Green Lodge, Hertford. 

Schwabe, Frank Burdett, son of Henry Albert Schwabe, Esq., Dingle 
Bank, Lymm, Cheshire, aged 14 March 5. Left 1882. 3 Scott 

Died November, 1897. 

Hargreaves, Frederick, second son of George Hargreaves, Esq., Somerset 

House, Shipley, aged 14, July 5. Left 1880. 3 Elsee 

In the Bradford Banking Co. from 1885. Of 26, Birkland Road, Shipley, Yorkshire. 

Walker, William, son of Joseph Walker, Broomhurst, Eccles, aged 14, 
March 7. Left 188 1. 3 Elsee 

A Corn Merchant in Manchester 1891. 

Wilmot-Sitwell, Francis Stannton, son of Eobert Sacheverel Wilmot- 
Sitwell, Esq., Stainsby House, Derbyshire, aged 14, September 21. 
Left 1882. 2 Lee Warner 

Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1895. Of Coxbench Hall, Derby. 

Rogerson, George Foster, son of George Russell Rogerson, Esq., Allerton, 
Liverpool, aged 14, May 7. Left 1882. 3 Lee Warner 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1883. Admitted a Solicitor September, 1889. Dead. 

Brandram, Francis William, son of Samuel Brandram, Esq., Dynevor 
Gardens, Richmond, Surrey, aged 14, November 21. Left 
1881. l Lee Warner 

Cattle Ranching in Texas, U.S.A., 1904. 

G-arrett, Richard, son of Henry Garrett, Esq., Baddow Court, Chelmsford, 
aged 15, May 25. Left 1883. 2 Whitelaw 

A Mechanical Engineer. Of 37, Freie Strasse, Magdeburg-Buckau, Prussia. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1880. 

Donald, Archibald Douglas, fourth son of the late William Donald, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Donald, Lisle House, Cheltenham, aged 13, November 
13. Left 1884. 2 School 

Edinburgh University 1885, 1887. A Tea Planter in Ceylon from 1889. Of 
Knuckles Group, Madulkelle, Ceylon. 

Hodgson, Harold, second son of John Evan Hodgson, Esq., R.A., (O.K. 1846), 
5, Hill Road, St. John's Wood, London, N.W., aged 13, December 
7. Leftl884. 3 School 

M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1890, and M.B., London, 1891. Practised at Blisworth 
1893-1902. Of The Lindens, Alresford, Hants. Junior Conservative Club. 

North, Frederic Dudley, son of Charles Augustus North, Esq., (O.K. 1843), 
56, York Terrace, Regents Park, London, N.W., aged 13, November 
9. Left 1885. 2 School 

XI. 1884, 1885. In the Crown Lands Commissioner's Office, Perth, Western 
Australia. Address, Government Buildings, Perth, Western Australia. 

Standring, Walter, only son of John Standring, Esq., Dunstervillo. 
Rochdale, aged 14, December 7. Left 1883. 3 School 

XV. 1883. Admitted a Solicitor February, 1889. Of Roach Bank, Rochdale. 

Rathbone, Mark Philip, youngest son of Benson Rathbone, Esq., Oakwood, 
Aigburth, Liverpool, aged 14, January 6. Left 1882. 3 Bowden Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1887. M.A. 1892. An Electrical Engineer. 
Captain 4th (Militia) Battalion, Cheshire Regiment. Served in the South African 
War 1899-1902. Queen's and King's Medals. Palatine Club, Liverpool. 



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Ravenhill, Frederick Thornhill, eldest son of Lieut. -Colonel Frederick 
George Ravenhill, R.H.A. Barracks, Canterbury, aged 14, 
December 5. Left 1882. 1 Bowden Smith 

Woolwich 1884. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery September, 16, 1885. R.H.A. 
February, 1891. Captain 1896. Major 1901. Served in the Tirah Expedition 
1897-98. Medal with two Clasps. Junior United Service Club. 

Smyth, Ralph George, eldest son of Ralph Smyth, Esq., Drogheda, aged 
15, December 1. Left 1882. 2 Bowden Smith 

Merton College, Oxford, 1886. Of Newtown House, Termonfeckin, Drogheda. 

Ashworth, Richard Redfern, son of Edward Lewis Ashworth, Esq., J.P., 
Boothfield, Knutsford, Cheshire, aged 15, February 23. ^ Left 
1882. 2 Hutchinson 

Admitted a Solicitor 1888. Of 100, Mosley Street, Manchester. 

Bartleet, Arthur Middlemore, elder son of Thomas Saunders Bartleet,Esq., 
7, Duchess Road, Edgbaston, aged 13, November 13. Left 
1885. 2 Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge. B.A. and LL.B. 1888. M.A. 1895. Admitted a 
Solicitor 1892. Called to the' Bar, Inner Temple, 1896. Of 5, New Court, Carey 
Street, London, W.C. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Bate, Ernest Seddon, son of W. A. Bate, Esq., Beechwood, Knutsford, 
Cheshire, aged 14, November 28. Left 1882. 1 Hutchinson 

In Manitoba 1891. 

Coode, William Melvill, son of William Goode, Esq., Trevarna, St. Austell, 
aged 13, July 21. Left 1884. 2 Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1887. A Banker and Solicitor. Admitted a 
Solicitor October, 1890. Practising at St. Austell, Cornwall. 

Philbrick, Arthur James, second son of Frederick Adolphus Philbrick, 
Esq., Q.C., 28, Avenue Road, London, N.W., aged 13, August 7. 
Left 1884. 2 Hutcbinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1887. Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 1889. 

A District Land Commissioner, Gold Coast. Of Sekondi, Gold Coast. 

Woodyatt, Roger Gresley, second son of the Rev. George Woodyatt, 
(O.R. 1842), Lichfield, afterwards Vicar of Repton, Burton-on- 
Trent, aged 13, July 25. Left 1882. 1 Hutchinson 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1888. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1893. 

Of 35, Brunswick Square, Hove, Brighton. 

Aitken, Robert Bruce, second son of the late Robert Aitken, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Aitken, Levenshulme, Manchester, aged 14, March 29. 
Left 1834. 2 Scott 

Admitted a Solicitor 1891. Of 46, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C., and 
Woodlawn, Bickley. 

Badley, John Haden, only son of James Pay ton Badley, Esq., M.D., Dudley, 

aged 15, February 21. Left 1884. 2 Scott 

Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1884. Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1886. 

B.A. First Class Classical Tripos 1887. M.A. 1892. Headmaster of Bedales 

School, Petersfield, from 1903. 

Burton, Oliver, second son of Edward Burton, Esq., Tyldesley, Manchester, 
aged 14, January 12. Lett same Term. Scott 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1888. M.A. 1892. Ordained 1892. Assistant 
Curate of St. Denys, Southampton, from 1902. 

Sargant, Walter Lee, third son of the late Henry Sargant, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Sargant, 56, Belsize Park Gardens, London, N.W., aged 13, 
June 13. Left 1884. 2 Scott 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 29th Wrangler 1888. M.A. 1892. A Master at 
Brighton College 1890, and Fettes College 1892. Headmaster of Oakham School, 
Rutland, from 1902. 



68 Jex-Bla'ke, 1874-87. 



Homer, Thomas, son of T. Homer, Esq., Colley Gate, Cradlej, Brierley 
Hill, aged 14, January 8. Left same term. Elsee 

May, Robert George, eldest son of Edwin May, Esq., Oaklands, Reading, 
(O.R. 1850), aged 14, August 26. Left 1883. 2 Elsee 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1886. Admitted a Solicitor 1889. Of 8, 
Coleman Street, London, E.G., and Grena Lodge, Richmond, Surrey. 

Simpson, Charles Young, son of John Bell Simpson, Esq., Hedgefield 
House, Blaydon-on-Tyne, aged 14, May 13. Left 1882. 2 Elsee 

A Clerk on the Solicitor-General's Staff at Perth, Western Australia. 1891. 

Blunt, Graham, eldest son of Frederic William Blunt, Esq., (O.K. 1853), 
Flaw Hatch, Bishops Stortford, aged 13, December 6. Left 
1885. 1 Lee Warner 

Admitted a Solicitor 1890. Of 95, Gresham Street, London, B.C. 

Brandram, Henry Webb, son of Samuel Brandram, Esq., Dynevor Gardens, 
Eichmond, Surrey, aged 13, November 21. Left 1883. 2 Lee Warner 

Died 21st June, 1893. 

Kennedy, James Montagu Bowie, son of Admiral James Bowie Kennedy, 
39, Onslow Square, South Kensington, aged 13, January 29. 

Lee Warner 



Gazetted to the 1st Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry May 9, 1885. 
Captain 1893. Retired 1896. Of 39, Onslow Square, London, S.W- 

Birkin, Charles Wilfrid, son of Thomas Birkin, Esq., Ruddington Grange, 
Nottingham, aged 14, February 11. Left 1883. 3 Whitelaw 

In business. Of Newcastle Circus, The Park, Nottingham. 

Bond, Ernest Walter, fourth son of Henry Cooper Bond, Esq., West Wood, 
Ipswich, aged 14, April 6. Whitelaw 

Placed in the First Form, but did not stay. 

Campbell, Robert Vivian Douglas, son of Robert Orr Campbell, Esq., 
Kempton Hoo, Bedford, aged 14, November 7. Left 1881. 2 Whitelaw 

Entered a Mercantile Office in 1884, but invalided and abroad 1891. 

Cohen, William Herbert, son of Arthur Cohen, Esq., Q.O., M.P., 6, Holland 
Place, London, S.W., aged 13, August 2. Left 1884. 1 Whitelaw 

A Member of the London Stock Exchange. Of 26, Great Cumberland Place, 
London, W. Isthmian Club. 

Coles, Percival, fourth son of John Henry Campion Coles, Esq., Eastbourne, 
aged 14, May 2. Left 1884. 3 Whitelaw 

XI. 1883, 1884. XV. 1883. University College, Oxford, B.A. 1888. 

Markham, Arthur Basil, son of Charles Markham, Esq., Tapton House, 
Chesterfield, aged 13, August 25. Left 1884. 2 Whitelaw 

XV. 1883. VIII. 1883, 1884. M.P. for Mansfield Division of Notts, from 1900. 
Of Stuffynwood Hall, Mansfield. 

Radley, James Trench, eldest son oi the late James Radley, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Radley, 4, Abercrombie Square, Liverpool, aged 14, September 
3. Left 1883. 1 Green 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1889. Died November, 1893. 

Rhoades, Walter James, eldest son of Henry Tull Rhoades, Esq., (O.R. 1847), 
Headmaster of the Lower School of Lawrence Sheriff, Rugby, 
aged 13, March 10. Left 1886. 1 Town Whitelaw 

XV. 1885. Was in the Merchant Service and rose to Second Officer in P. and O. 
Of Millar and Co., Kalgoordie, Western Australia. 



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Browne, John James, son of Mrs. Browne, Kilsby, aged 14, March 81. 
Left same Term. Town 

M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P., London, 1892. Practising at Wigton, Cumberland. 

Mee, Henry Sidney Cowper, elder son of the late John Oowper Mee, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Mee, Clifton Road, Rugby, aged 13, August 11. 
Left 1881. 2 Town Green 

Manager of a Poultry Farm 1891. A Tea Planter in Ceylon 1894. Died of enteric 
fever 29th November, 1894. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1880. 

Whately, George Pepys, son of the Rev. William Joseph Whately, 
(O.K. 1833), Rector of Rise, Hull, aged 13, September 27. Left 
1884. 1 School 

Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1895. M.A. 1899. Ordained 1896. Assistant 
Curate of Weston, Bath, 1902. United University Club. 

Bradby, Edward Hugh Falkwin, second son of the Rev. Edward Henry 
Bradby, (O.K. 1839), Headmaster of Haileybury, aged 13, November 
8. Left 1885. 2 School 

XI. 1883, 1884, 1885. Oriel College, Oxford, B A. 1888. Admitted a Solicitor 1891. 
Of 19, Linden Gardens, Bayswater, London, W. 

Jackson, George Herbert, eldest son of William Lawies Jackson, Esq., 
M.P., (afterwards Lord Allerton), Allerton Hall, near Leeds, aged 

13, January 20. Left 1882. 2 School 
In business in Leeds. Of Walton House, Boston Spa. 

Hippisley, Richard John Bayntun, only son of Captain John Hippisley, 
(O.R. 1846), Ston Easton, Bath, aged 15, July 4. Left 1882. 2 School 
Captain in North Somerset Yeomanry Cavalry. J.P. for Somerset. Of Ston 
Easton Park, Bath. 

Heath, John Everard, fourth son of Robert Heath, Esq., Biddulph Grange, 
Congleton, aged 14, May 29. Left 1883. 1 School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1885. In business at Congleton. Died 30th March, 
1894. 

Isaacs, Wilfrid Henry, only son of the Rev. Albert Augustus Isaacs, Christ 
Church, Leicester, aged 14, May 24. Left 1885. 2 School 

Scholar 1830. Exhibitioner of King's College, Cambridge, 1885. B.A. First Class 
Classical Tripos, 1888. M.A. 1892. Ordained 1890. Head Master of Trent College, 
1890. Assistant Master Dean Close School, Cheltenham, from 1896. 

Best, William Jenner, son of Palemon Best, Esq., East Gate, Lout-h, aged 

14, November 10. Left 1882. 2 School 

M.B.C.S. and L.S.A. Sometime Surgeon on the "Albert," of the Deep Sea 
Mission. Practising at St. Ives, Cornwall. 

Wood, Walter Birbeck, eldest son of the Rev. Matthew Wood, Kington, 
Herefordshire, aged 14 April 15. Left 1885. 2 School 

Scholar 1880. Scholar of Worcester College, Oxford, 1884. First Class Classical 
Moderations 1887. B.A. First Class Final Classical School 1889. M.A. 1896. 
Assistant Master at Kelly College, Tavistock, from 1891. 

Hill, Arthur Norman, son of Thomas Gray Hill, Esq., 67, Holland Park, 
London, W., aged 14, January 24. Left 1882. 2 School 

An East India Merchant in Manchester. Of Brentholme, Woodland Bank, 
Timperley, Cheshire. 

BengOUgh, Ernest Henry, fourth son of John Charles Bengough, Esq., 
(O.R. 1842), The Ridge, Wootton-under-Edge, aged 13, November 
29. Left 1885. 3 School 

Crick 1884. Oriel College, Oxford, 1886. Died before 1891. 



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BengOUgh, Charles William, fifth son of the above John Charles Bengough, 
Esq., aged 12, November 22. Left 1886. 2 School 

XI. 1885, 1886. Sandhurst 1889. Gazetted to the 1st Battalion The Leicestershire 
Regiment, March 21st, 1890. Died 27th January, 1897. 

CMnn, Alan Edward, son of Henry Sinclair Chinn, Esq., Lichfield, aged 
15, September 13. Left 1883. 3 Bowden Smith 

Admitted a Solicitor December, 1890. Of The Close, Lichfield. 

Greg, Gerald Rathbone, son of Eustace Greg, Esq., (o.E. 1850), Putney 
Heath, aged 14, August 20. Left 1883. 3 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1883. Died at Sibley, U.S.A., in 1887. 

Lamport, William, son of Charles Lamport, Esq., Biudon House, Welling- 
ton, Somerset, aged 15, March 12. Left 188 1. 3 Bowden Smith 
Died before 1891. 

Shore-Smith, Louis Hilary, second son of William Shore-Smith, Esq., 
30, York Place, Portman Square, London, aged 14, July 2. Left 
1885. 2 Bowden Smith 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1889. Admitted a Solicitor, 1891. Assumed 
the name of NIGHTINGALE, instead of Smith, 1893. In the Lunacy Office, Koyal 
Courts of Justice. Of 1, Devonshire Place, Portland Place, London, W. 

Garnett, Peter Percy Kobert, son of Jeremiah Garnett, Esq., Ramsden 
Hill, Harewood, Leeds, aged 14, May 4. Left 1883. 8 Hutcbinson 
A Paper Manufacturer. Of Lea Side, Lancaster Park, Harrogate. 

Johnson, George William, son of John Henry Johnson, Esq., Mountains, 
Tonbridge, aged 14, June 12. Left 1884. 2 Hutchinson 

R.I. B.C., Cooper's Hill, 1885-87. In business as a Patent Agent. Of Mountains, 
Hildenborough, Kent. 

Martin, George Ernest, son of William Martin, Esq., Bournebrook Hall, 
Birmingham, aged 14, February 17. Left 1882. 2 Hutchinson 

A Manufacturer. Of Vernon Eoad, Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

Rivis, Thomas William Preston, son of the late John William Rivis, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Rivis, 31, Cambridge Gardens, Netting Hill, London, 
aged 13, October 1. Left 1883. 3 Hutchinson 

Clare College, Cambridge, 1835. J.P. for East Riding of Yorkshire. Of Newstead 

House, Malton, Yorkshire. 

Rivis, John Charles, son of the above John William Rivis, Esq., aged 12, 
January 26. Left 1883. 3 Hutchinson 

Gazetted to the 4th (Militia) Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, 1859. Major 1902. 

Bradley, Thomas Addison, son of William Henry Bradley, Esq., Bel Air, 
Alderley Edge, aged 15, July 28. Left 1882. 2 Scott 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1886, M. A. 1890. Formerly a Solicitor. Address 
Dinford Ash, Raunds, Wellingborough. 

Drummond, Edgar Lorn, son of George A. Drummond, Esq., 864, 
Sherbrooke Street, Montreal, Canada, aged 14, February 27. 
Left 1884. 2 Scotfc 

Address, as above. 

Henderson, William, son of the late John Henderson, Esq., care of Mrs. 
Henderson, Cornhill on-Tweed, aged 14, July 28. Left 1883. 8 Scott 
Orange-growing in Florida 1891. 

Kent, (Sydney, fourth son of the late William Kent, Esq., of Queensland, 
care of Mrs. Kent, Bell Green, Lower Sydenham, aged 15, May 10. 
Left 1884. 2 Scott 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1888. M.B. 1892. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1892. 
Practising at Bexhill-ou-Sea, Sussex. 



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Kent, Irving, fifth son of the above William Kent, Esq., aged 14, June 17. 
Left 1885. 2 Scott 

XV. 1884. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1885. New College, Oxford, B.A. 
Second Class Final Classical School 1889. Second Class Law School 1890. Called 
to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1892. Practised in Sydney, New South Wales, where 
he died of typhoid fever, 1899. 

Scovell, George Vance Fielding, son of Fielding Scovell, Esq., Ryecroft, 
Bray, Ireland, aged 14, April 21. Left 1882. 2 Scott 

Student of St. Thomas' 1883-87. Has had a Cattle and Sheep Ranche in Florida 
since September, 1887. 

ChiltOJl, Thomas, son of Thomas Chilton, Esq., Gresford, Wrexham, aged 

13, November 22. Left 1885. a Elsee 

XV. 1884. An Underwriter at Lloyds, and afterwards in business in Liverpool. 
Retired in ill health and is resident in Switzerland. 

Gates, Howard Francis, second son of George Gates, Esq., Ohesham House, 
Brighton, aged 15, September 8. Left 1882. 3 Elsee 

Admitted a Solicitor 1888. Clerk to the Hove Justices. Of Heatherwode, 
Buxted, Sussex. 

Head, Robert Trevelyan, son of Robert Wiliam Head, Esq., The Briars, 
Exeter, aged 12, November 2. Left 1882. 2 Elsee 

Renter's Agent at Hong Kong, where he died, October, 1902. 

Heginbottom, Alfred, son of Thomas Heginbottom, Esq., Ashton-under- 
Lyne, aged 14, February 2. Left 18S2. 1 Elsee 

In business as a Cotton Spinner. Of Woodlands, Hooley Hill, Manchester. 

Holmes, Thomas Daniel Hill, son of Francis Holmes, Esq., The Upper 
Grange, Stroud, aged 13, September 30 Left 1882. 3 Elsee 

Edinburgh University, M,B. and C.M. 1837. M.D. 1891. Practising at Woburn 
Sands, Bedfordshire. 

Melly, Albert, sixth son of Charles Pierre Melly, Esq., (o.R. 1844), Liver- 
pool, aged 14, April 4. Left 1883. 1 Elsee 

In business in Liverpool. Of Lodge Lane, Liverpool. 

Ohren, Cecil, eldest son of John Ohren Ovington, Esq., and ward of W. I. 
Arliss, Esq., 3, Oakfield Terrace, Forest Hill, London, S.E., aged 

14, March 30. Left 1885. 2 Elsee 

University College, Oxford, B.A. Second Class Modern History School, 1889. 
Assumed the additional surname of OVINGTON after OHREN. 

Lloyd-Roberts, Gabriel Henry, son of the late Rev. G. Lloyd-Roberts, 
Rector of Ryton, aged 14, June 11. Left 1884. 1 Elsee 

Clare College, Cambridge, 1886. Of Llanbedr, Vale of Clwyd. 

Wing, Charles, son of Henry Wing, Esq., 12, Park Terrace, Nottingham, 
aged 13, February 25. Elsee 

Died at School, Lent Term, 1881. 

Anders, Oscar Lewis, eldest son of Henry William Anders, Esq., Mount 
Edgerton, Huddersfield, aged 14, June 11. Left 1883. 3 Lee Warner 
A Worsted Spinner. Of 17, Rhodesia Avenue, Halifax. 

Bradwell, Dennis William, son of Jacob Brad well, Esq., Ashfield House, 
Feltham, aged 13, October 22. Left 1885. 1 Lee Warner 

An Bast India Merchant. 

Drummond, Duncan Powys, eldest son of William Venn Drummond, Esq., 
of Shanghai, 1, Rockstone Terrace, Southampton, aged 13, 
December 30. Left 1883. 2 Lee* Warner 

Admitted a Solicitor of the Supreme Court in China and Japan 1890 Died 

23rd October, 1892. 



72 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Greg-, John Ronald, son of Albert Greg, Esq., Hatton Park, Lancaster, 
aged 13, November 22. Left 1882. 1 Lee Warner 

A Civil Engineer. Of Hilltop, Oxenholme. 

Le Mesnrier, Havilland, eldest son of Edward Algernon Le Mesurier, Esq., 

Banker, Genoa, aged 14, June 22. Left 1883. 3 Lee Warner 

Passed 21st in Indian Civil Service Examination 1884. Balliol College, Oxford, 

1884, 1885. India 1^86. Magistrate and Collector, Bengal, 1897. C.I.E. 1903. 

Of Houral, Bengal. 

Manley, Harry, son of William Hevvett Mauley, Esq., The Grove, Bridporb, 
aged 15, July 20. Left 1884. 2 Lee Warner 

Scholar of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1884. B.A. 1887. A Master at a 
Private School, Cordwalles, Maidenhead. 

Homer, Mark Lemon, son of Robert Romer, Esq., afterwards a Justice of 
the High Court, 5, Grenville Place, South Kensington, aged 14, 
August 9. Left 1883. 3 Lee Warner 

Scholar 1881. Exhibitioner and Scholar of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1888. 

Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1890. Of 3, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 

Seebohm, Hugh Exton, only son of Frederick Seebohm, Esq., The 
Hermitage, Hitchin, aged 13, April 5. Left 1885. 2 Lee Warner 
King's College, Cambridge, 1885-87. A Banker at Hitchin. Of The Hermitage, 
Hitchin. Royal Societies Club. 

Wood, Lewis Ironside, son of John Richard Wood, Esq., Melton Hall, 
Woodbridge, aged 14, September 11. Left 1881. 2 Lee Warner 

Sandhurst 1886. Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion The Border Regiment, February 
5. 1887 Captain 1896. Attached to the 2nd Madras Infantry, with the Chin 
Lushai Expedition 1889, 1890. Medal with Clasp. The Waziristan Expedition 
1894-95. Of Melton Hall, Woodbridge. 

Bayley, Thomas Henry, second son of Captain Frank Bayley, Point de 
Galle, Ceylon, "aged 15, August 5. Left 1882. 2 Whitelaw 

Formerly in the Service of the P. & O. S. N. Company, at Bombay. In South 
Africa from 1891. Of 28, Kimberley Road, Bertram's Town, Johannesburg. 

Carson, Richard Duncan, son of R. Carson, Esq., 49, Onslow Gardens, 
South Kensington, aged 13, November 19. Left 1884. 2 Whitelaw 

Cobb, Herbert Enfield, second son of Henry Peyton Cobb, Esq., M.P., 
Harrow Weald, aged 14, February 15. Left 1884. 3 Whitelaw 

XI. 1883, 1884. XV. 1883, 1884. On the London Stock Exchange from 1887. Of 
Wealdstone House, Middlesex. Reform Club. 

Coles, John Howell, son of John Coles, Esq., 39, Throgmorton Street, 
London, E.G., aged 14, June 9. Left 1881. 1 Whitelaw 

In Mashonaland 1891. 

Firth, Bernard Alexander, fourth son of Mark Firth, Esq., Oak Brook, 
Sheffield, aged 14, January 14. Left 1883. 2 Whitelaw 

A Steel Manufacturer. J.P. for Sheffield. Of Norton Hall, near Sheffield. 
Isthmian Club. 

Fowler, Arthur John, fifth son of the late Rev. Robert Fowler, care of 

Mrs. Fowler, High Week, Newton Abbott, Devonshire, aged 12, 

February 29. Left 1885 3 Whitelaw 

Went to Sedbergh School. Scholar of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, First Class 

Classical Moderations 1889. B.A. 1892. Assistant Master at Sedbergh School 

from 1891. 

Hall, Arthur John, second son of John Hall, Esq., 1, Victoria Street, 
Sheffield, aged 14, July 27. Left 1883. 2 Whitelaw 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class Natural Science Tripos, 1887. 
M,B. and B.C. 1889. M.A. 1900. St. Bartholomew's, 1887. L.R.C.P. and M.R.C.S. 
1889. M.R.C.P. 1894. Honorary Physician to the Sheffield Hospital. Of 342, 
Glossop Road, Sheffield. 



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Hemming", Arthur George, third son of George Wirgman Hemming, 
Esq., Q.O., 87, Lancaster Gate, London, W., aged 14, July 12. 
Left 1883. 3 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1880. An Actuary in London. Of Orpington, Kent. 

Highley, Herbert, third son of Thomas Sutcliffe Highley, Esq., Saville 
Crescent, Halifax, aged 15, August 24. Left 1884 s Whitelaw 

XV. 1884. XI. 1883, 1884. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1888. Ordained 
1890. Vicar of Stoke-by-Clare, Suffolk, from 1902. 

Jecks, Harold Harry Eobertson, eldest son of Charles Jecks, Esq., of 
Clifton, Bristol, nephew of John Horsey, Esq., Northampton, aged 
14, October 2. Left 1883.' Whitelaw 

Passed final Solicitor's Examination, 1890. Scholar, Durham University, B.A. 
1893, M.A. 1900. Ordained 1895. Of 47, Argyle Street, Northampton. 

Knight, John Hall, son of Joseph Knight, Esq., Newcastle-under-Lyne, 
aged 15, June 9. Left 1882. 2 Whitelaw 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1888. Of Aston, Stone, Staffordshire. 

Pridmore, Eric Leonard Norman, son of George Alexander Pridmore, Esq., 

Coventry, aged 16, August 12. Leftf 1882. 3 Whitelaw 

XV. 1882. M.B.London. M.R.C.S.andL.R.C.P. Of 22, Trinity Road, Weymouth 

Ward, George Whiteley, son of Christopher Ward, Esq., Saville Place, 
Halifax, aged 14, March 14. Left 18gl. 3 Whitelaw 

Mitchell- Withers, John Brightmore, son of John Brightmore Mitchell- 
Withers, Esq., 5, Surrey Street. Sheffield, aged 15, July 8. 
Left 1883.2 Whitelaw 

An Architect. A.R.I.B.A. 1891. Of Millhouses, near Sheffield. 

Wrigley, Ernest Albert, son of James Albert Wrigley, Esq , Field Head, 
Netherton, Huddersfield. aged 14, Sept. 5. Left 1883. 1 Whitelaw 

Almandbury, Huddersfield. Died December, 1902. 

Johnstone, Douglas Vaughan, only son of Alfred Smeaton Johnstone, Esq., 
Harborne, Birmingham, aged 14. August 13. Left 1885. 1 Green 
In business in Birmingham. Of Lode Lane, Solihull. 

Peake, John Harvey Nash, son of John Nash Peake, Esq., Congleton, aged 

13, October 16. Left 1884. 2 Green 

In business at Llangollen. "Of Bellevue, Congleton. 

Andrews, Septimus Geoffrey, son of Mrs. Andrews, 42, Pennington Street, 
Ruyby, aged 14, June 20. Left 1883.* Town 

Scholse Cane., Lincoln, 1886. Durham University. Ordained 1889. Formerly 
Assistant Curate at St. Luke's, Torquay. Died at Rugby 5th October, 1892. 

Hutchinson, Gerald Pemberton, fourth son of the Rev. Thomas Neville 

Hutchinson, Assistant Master at Rugby School, aged 14, August 

12. LeftlSSS. 1 Town 

VIII. 1882. Bristol School of Art, and South Kensington 1884-89. A Designer of 

Stained Glass. Of Abbeymead. Chislehurst. 

Deakin, Ernest Newton, son of the late Colonel James Henry Deakin, care 

of Mrs. Deakin, Mossley Park, Cheadle, aged 14, October 26. 

Left 1883.* Bowden Smith 

Merton College, Oxford, 1891. Student of Lincoln's Inn. Died. 10 November, 1900. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1881. 

Bouth, Reginald Myddelton Hampson, second son of Frederick William 
Delamere Bouth, Esq., M.D., Woodfields, Leigh, Lancashire, aged 

14, Jan. 21. Left 1885. 2 School 
Lincoln College, Oxford, B.A. 1892. M.A. 1889. Ordained 1890. Rector of 
Elkestone, Cheltenham, from 1893. 

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74 Jex-Blalce, 1874-87. 

Bouth, Osmund Norman Delamere, third son of the above Frederick W. 
Delamere Bouth, Esq., aged 13, December 20. Left 1882. 3 School 
Lincoln College, Oxford, 1886. Articled to a Solicitor. Died 1893. 

Simpson, Clement Bell, eldest son of Clement Simpson, Esq., Madras, 
aged 14, July 25. Left 1882. 2 School 

A Merchant and Banker at Madras. Address, Binney & Co., Madras. 

Stevenson-Hamilton, JamesTson of James Stevenson, Esq., (O.K. 1853), 
Fairholme, Larkhall, N.B., aged 13, October 2. Left 1883. 3 School 

Sandhurst 1887. Gazetted to the Inniskilling Dragoons March, 1888. Captain 
1898. Major 1902. Served in Zululand 1888. Served in the South African War 
1899-1902, including actions at Vet River, Zand River, Diamond Hill, Riet Vlei, 
Belfast, Colesberg, &c. Despatches. Brevet of Major. King's Medal with two 
Clasps. Cavalry Club. 

White, James Dundas, son of the late John Orr White, Esq., of Glasgow, 
care of Mrs. White, Kingswood Road, Upper Norwood, aged 14, 
July 10. Left 1884.' School Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B. Second Class Law Tripos 1888. 
M. A. 1892. LL.M. 1894. LL.D. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1891. South 
Wales Circuit. Of 3, Paper Buildings, Temple, London, E.G. 

Jevons, Henry Hanson, only son of Henry Jevons, Esq., Cuttlestone House, 
Penkridge, aged 13, February 20. Left 1886.* School 

University College, Ox "ord, B.A. 1889. M.A. 1898. Lichfield Theological College 
1890. Ordained 1890. Vicar of All Saints, Wolverhampton, from 1901. 

Reynolds, Arthur, son of Sylvanus Reynolds, Esq., Latchford, Warrington, 
aged 15, October 14. Left 1881. 3 School 

Bonham-Carter, Norman, fourth son of Henry Bonham-Carter, Esq., 
91, Gloucester Terrace, London, W., aged 13, December 29. Left 
1885. 3 Bowden Smith 

Scholar 1882. Passed Indian Civil Service Examination 1886. Balliol College, 
Oxford, 1886. India 1888. Junior Secretary Board of Revenue, Bengal, from 1900. 

Capron, George, second son of Frederick Lucas Capron, Esq. ,17, Warwick 
Square, London, S.W., aged 14, Sept. 14. Left 1884. 1 Bowden Smith 

Gazetted to the York and Lancaster Regiment (late 84th), November 9, 1889. 
Captain 1900. Served in the South African War 1899-1902. Relief of Ladysmith. 
Actions at Pieter's Hill, Laings Nek, &c. King's Medal with two Clasps. Army 
and Navy Club. 

Grilbb, Louis Henry, only son of Henry Samuel Grubb, Esq., Clashleigh, 
Clogheen. Cahir, aged 15, July 27. Left 1883. 3 Bowden Smith 
Crick 1883. Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1888. M.A. 1892. J.P. for Co. 
Tipperary. High Sheriff 1897. Of Ardmayle House, Cashel, Co. Tipperary. 

Murray, James Harry Stewart, eldest son of Major Harvey Young Murray, 
Nusserabad, aged 14, September 4. Left 1883. 2 Bowden Smith 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery February 17, 1886. Captain 1896. Elected for 
Continuous Indian Service. 

JReeves, Henry, son of H. Reeves, Esq., 34, New Cross Road, London, S.E., 
aged 13, September 22. Left 1884. 1 Bowden Smith 

Couchman, Philip Holbech, fifth son of Thomas Barnes Couchman, Esq., 
Henley-in-Arden, aged 14, September 29. Left 1882. 2 Hutchinson 
Keble College, Oxford, B.A. 1887. Formerly a Tea Planter in Ceylon. Of 27, Milverton 
Crescent, Leamington. 

Elin, Henry Dyne, son of George Elin, Esq., M.D., Lea Hoe, Hertford, 
aged 13, September 22. Left 1884. 2 Hutchinson 

Engaged with the British South Africa Company's Pioneer Force in Mashonaland 
1891. 



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Grierson, James, second son of James Grierson, Esq., 4, Holland Villas 
Road, London, W., aged 14, November 19. Leffc 1884. 3 Hutchinson 

XV. 1884. Died 30th September. 1895. 

Withers, Frank Charlton, son of Samuel Withers, Esq., 15, Abercrombie 
Square, Liverpool, aged 13, Sept 15. Left 1885. 2 Hutchinson 
XV. 1884. In business as a Cotton Broker in Liverpool. Of Glencairn, Freshfield 
Road, Freshfield, near Liverpool. 

Poore, Edward Wright, son of Edward Chapman Poore, Esq., Rainhill, 
Lancashire, aged 15, September 18. Left 1882. 1 Scott 

Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1891. Ordained 1891. Vicar of Ellingham, 
Ringwood, Hants, from 1898. 

Wellby, Montagu Sinclair, fourth son of John Henry Wellby, Esq., 

12, Russell Square, London, W.C., aged 14, October 10. Left 
1884. 1 Scott 

Sandhurst 1885. Gazetted to the 18th Hussars 1886. Captain 1894. Served with 
the Tochi Field Force 1897. Travelled extensively in Tibet and China. Tii 1898 
he travelled alone through Abyssinia, finally joining the Anglo Egyptian Forces 
on the Nile. Served in the South African War, and was in Ladysmith during 
the Siege. Died 5th August, 1900, of wounds received near Standerton 30th July. 

Binnie, William James Eames, eldest son of Alexander Richardson Binnie, 
Esq., afterwards Knight, 15, Park Drive, fleaton, Bradford, a^ed 

13, October 10. Left 1885. 2 Elsee 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. Second Class Natural Science Tripos 1888. A 
Civil Engineer. Of 9, Great George Street, Westminster. St. Stephens Club. 

Cooke, Reginald Walter, son of Robert Thomas Cooke, Esq., Elmhurst, 
Castle Bar, Baling, aged 14, October 12. Left 1881. 3 Elsee 

At the Agricultural College, Christchurch, New Zealand, 1891. 

Curry, Granville Edward, son of E. Curry, Esq., 7, Ampthill Square, 
London, N.W., aged 14, April 20. Left 1883.* Elsee 

Residing in New Zealand 1891. 

Lees, Lawrence William, eldest son of William Lees, Esq., The Larches, 
Wolverhampton, aged 13, May 8. Left 1885. 2 Elsee 

Scholar 1881. A Merchant and Manufacturer at Wolverhampton. Of Old Ivy 
House, Tettenhall, Wolverhampton. 

Fell, Basil Haig, son of the Rev. James Alexander Fell, The Knells, 
Carlisle, aged 13, March 27. Left 1886. 2 Lee Warner 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. Second Class Law Tripos 1889. Died April, 1901. 

Goschen, George Joachim, eldest son of the Right Hon. George Joachim 
Goschen, M.P., (O.K. 1845), afterwards Viscount Goschen, Seacox 
Heath, Hawkhurst, Kent, aged 14, Oct. 15. Left 1884. 2 Lee Warner 

Balliol College, Oxford, 1885. Formerly Secretary to his father, the Chancellor 
of the Exchequer. Private Secretary to the Earl of Jersey, Governor of New 
South Wales. 1890. M.P. for East Grinstead Division of Sussex from 1895. 
Lieut. -Colonel 3rd V.B. East Kent Regiment. A.D.C. to Commander-in-Chief. 
Of 20, Cadogan Gardens, London, S.W. Carlton Club. 

Hancocks, Annesley John, son of Arthur Annesley Hancocks, Esq., 
Broomy Hill, Hereford, aged 16, Sept. 13. Left 1881. 3 Lee Warner 

Sandhurst 1884. Gazetted to the 1st Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, February 7, 
1885. Captain 1891. Major 1902. Served in the South African War 1899-1900. 
Relief of Ladysmith, including action at Colenso (dangerously wounded.) 
Queen's Medal with two Clasps. 

Lea, James Herbert, eldest son of Richard Lea, Esq., Now-gong, Assam, 

aged 13, April 27. Left 1885. 2 Lee Warner 

Scholar 1881. Passed Indian Civil Service Examination 1886. Balliol College, 

Oxford, 1886. India 1888. Magistrate and Collector, Bengal, from 1900. Of 

Purnea, Bengal. East India United Service Club. 



76 Jex-Blake$1874-87. 



Madimes, John, son of Miles Maolnnes, Esq., M.P., (O.K. 1843), Rickerby, 
Carlisle, aged 14, September 4. Left 1883. 8 Lee Warner 

Pembroke CoUege, Cambridge, B.A. 1887. M.A. 1892. Ordained 1894. Rector 
of Watton, Hertford, from 1901. National Club. 

Wilson, George Rowland Holt, eldest son of George Holt Wilson, Esq., 
Redgrave Hall, Botesdale, Suffolk, aged 13, February 26. Left 
1886. 2 Lee Warner 

XI. 1886. Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1890. A Land Agent. J.P. for Norfolk 
and Suffolk. Of Burgate Hall, Diss. 

Birch, Charles Grant Francis Grey, only son of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles 
Birch, (O.K. 1851), Ryll Court, Exmouth, aged 14, November 18. 
Left 1883.2 Whitelaw 

Oxford Military CoUege. Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion South Lancashire 
Regiment (Prince of Wales' Volunteers), 1888. Captain 1898. Served in the 
South African War 1899-1900. Killed at Spion Kop 24th January, 1900. 

Hall, Marriott Firth, only son of Mrs. Hall and the late Marriott Hall, 
Glossop Road, Sheffield, aged 13, March 19. Left 1883. 3 Whitelaw 
Admitted a Solicitor June 1889. Of 27, Low Cay Road, Southsea. 

Evers-Swindell, Harold, eldest son of James Swindell Evers-Swindell, 
Esq., J.P., Clent House, Stourbridge, aged 14, September 21, 
Left 1883. 2 Whitelaw 

Queen's College, Cambridge, B.A. First Class Applied Mechanics Special 1887. 
A Manufacturer at Stourbridge. Of Pedmore, Stourbridge. 

Stephenson, Henry Kenyon, son of Henry Stephenson, Esq., afterwards 
Knight, Endcliffe Vale, Sheffield, aged 15, August 16. Left 
1883. 2 Whitelaw 

In business in London and Sheffield. Lieutenant in 4th West York Volunteer 
Artillery 1886. Major 1897. J.P. for West Riding of Yorkshire. Of Bents Green, 
Ecclesall, Sheffield. Devonshire Club. 

Edwards, Isaac Newton, son of Isaac Newton Edwards, Esq., Westminster 
Lodge, St. Albans, aged 15, December 30. Left 1883. 3 Green 

Christ's CoUege, Cambridge, B.A. 1888. A Banker's Clerk. Of The Laurels, 
Woodrille Road, New Barnet. 

Green, Charles Everitt, third son of the Rev. George Clark Green, 
Vicar of Modbury, Ivy Bridge, Devon, aged 13, June 8. 
Left 1886. 2 Green 

Scholar of Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Glass in Classical Tripos, 1889. 
Ordained 1892. Vicar of Brixton, Plymouth, from 1900. 

Sevestre, Robert, only son of Robert Thomas Sevestre, Esq., Burdwan, 
India, aged 12, February 3. Left 1886. 2 Green 

Trinity CoUege, Cambridge, B.A. 1889, M.A. and M.B. 1894. M.D. 1896. 
M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1893. Practising at 119, London Road, Leicester. 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1881. 

Gill, Benjamin Kemp, son of William Henry Gill, Esq., J.P., St. John's, 
Wakefield, aged 14, April 22. Left 1884. 2 School 

Formerly a SoUcitor. Admitted 1891. 

Learoyd, Harold Johnson, third son of N- Learoyd, Esq., Ashley House, Tun- 
bridge Wells, aged 13, July 3. Left 1884 2 . School 

VIII.* 1884. On the Stage, 1886-89. Mining in Colorado, U.S.A., 1889-92. A 
Journalist from 1893. City Editor of the New York Evening Post. Of 206, 
Broadway, New York. 

Nicholson, Charles Archibald, eldest son of Sir Charles Nicholson, Bart , 
Totteridge, Herts, aged 14, April 27. Left 1886. 8 School 

New College, Oxford, B.A., 1S89. M.A. 1893. An Architect. Succeeded his father as 
Second Baronet, 1903. Of Poynetts, Chilworth, Surrey. 



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Wootten-Wootten, Aubrey Francis, fifth son of William Wootten-Wootten, 
Esq., Headington, Oxford, aged 14, Sept. 19. Left 1885. 3 School 

XV 1883, 1884, 1885. VIII. 1884, 1885. Oriel College, Oxford, B.A., Second Class 
Law School, 1889. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1892. Of 1, Temple Gardens, 
London, E.G. 

Crawford, Richmond Shakespeare, son of Mrs. A. Crawford, 81, 
Cadogan Place, London, S.W., aged 15, February 17. Left 
1883.* Bowden Smith 

Sandhurst 1886. Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion The Welsh Regiment, February 
11, 1888. 

Robinson, John Gorges, second son of the late William Robinson, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Robinson, Reedly Bank, Burnsley, aged 14, June 29. 
Left 1885. 2 Bowden Smith 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1885. Of Cragdale, Settle. 

Agnew, Charles Leonard, son of Charles Swain Agnew, Esq., Prestwich 
Manchester, aged 13, May 24. Left 1886. 2 Hutchinson 

In business in Manchester. Of The Pole, Northwich, Cheshire. 

Housley, Samuel John, son of Samuel John Housley, Esq., 70, Boundary 
Road, London, N.W., aged 13, Sept. 19. Left 1886. 2 Hutchinson 
Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1889. M.A. 1893. A Master at a Preparatory 
School 1891. 

Baker. Henry Mills, third son of Thomas Baker, Esq., Durdham Park, 
Bristol, aged 14, October 24. Left 1885. 2 Scott 

VIII. 1885. Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1889. M.A. 1892. Admitted a Solicitor 
1893. Of 7, Union Court, Old Broad Street, London, E.G., and Clementsdene, 
Oxted, Surrey. 

Braby, Cyrus, eldest son of Frederick Braby, Esq., Cathcart House, South 
Kensington, aged 13, May 26. Left 1884. 8 Scott 

King's College, London. Managing Director of F. Braby & Co., London. Of 
Slynfredi, Sutton, Surrey. City Carlton Club. 

Close, Francis Archibald, son of Admiral Francis Arden Close, Stoke Park, 
Stapleton, Bristol, and grandson of Dean Close, aged 16, December 
24. Left 1883. 8 Scott 

Emigrated to Texas, U.S.A. 

Dowdall, Thomas Percy, second son of the late Thomas Dowdall, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Dowdall, Alexandra Drive, Liverpool, aged 14, 
August 14. Left 1886.* Scott 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1887. Sandhurst 1888. Gazetted to the King's Own York- 
shire Regiment (51st), 1889. Zohb Valley Expedition 1890-91. Killed in action 
near Shin Kamar, Indian Frontier, while gallantly leading his men, 29th January, 
1898. 

Ramsden, Joseph, second son of William Ramsden, Esq., Tyldesley, 
Manchester, aged 14, January 6 Left 1882. 3 Scott 

A Partner in W. Ramsden & Sons, Colliery Proprietors. Of Primrose Hill, Hilton 
Lane, Little Hulton, near Bolton. 

Martin, John Claude, son of W. Martin, Esq., Mount Radford, Exeter, 
aged 13, February 21. Left 1884.' Elsee 

Residing at Netherwood, Dumfries, N.B. 

Mott, Arthur John, son of Charles John Mott, Esq., (O.K. 1840), Clifton, 
Rugby, aged 13, August 29. Left 1885. 1 Elsee 

A Clerk in the Bank of England 1885, 1886. Selwyn College, Cambridge, B A. 1891. 
A Schoolmaster at Mostyn House, Parkgate, Chester. 

Whiteley, Warwick, third son of the Rev. John Henry Whiteley (O.K. 1813), 
St. Laurence, Chepstow, aged 16, October 3. Left 1881 1 Elsee 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1889. M.A. 1893. Ordained 1890. General 
License for Dioceses of Gloucester and Peterborough. Of Narborough, Leicester. 



78 Jex-BlaJce, 1874-87. 



Barbour, William, son of James Dunlop Barbour, Esq., Ardville, Holy- 
wood, Go. Down, Ireland, aged 15, March 31. Left 1884. 2 Lee Warner 

XV. 1883. XI. 1884. A Mechanical Engineer, Belfast. Held temporary appoint- 
ment in Sydney, New South Wales, 1891, 1892. Is dead. 

Bateson, Alexander Ding wall, seventh son of the late William Gandy 
Bateson, Esq., care of Mrs. Bateson, New Heys, Allerton. Liver- 
pool, aged 15, April 30. Left 1885. 2 Lee Warner 

XV. 1884. XI. 1885. Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1888. Called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, 1891. Northern Circuit. Of 2, King's Bench Walk, Temple, 
London, B.C. 

Clayton, John Hunt, eldest son of Sands Clayton, Esq., 34, Kensington 
Gardens Square, London, aged 14, July 16. Left 1883. 1 Lee Warner 
On the London Stock Exchange. Of 16, Lower Sloane Street, London, S.W. 
Junior Carlton Club. 

Graddum, Frank Ernest, second son of Henry Theodore Gaddum, Esq., 
Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 13, October 15. Left 1886. 2 Lee Warner 

XV. 1885. XI. 1885, 1886. Farming at Mahia, New Zealand. 

Howard, Charles James Stanley, eldest son of George James Howard, Esq., 
afterwards Earl of Carlisle, of Naworth Castle, and 1, Palace 
Green, Kensington, aged 14, March 8. Left 1884. 1 Lee Warner 

Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. First Class Modern History School 1889- 
Became VISCOUNT MORPETH by courtesy on his father's succeeding to the Peerage 
in 1889. Lecturer Oxford University Extension. Member of London School 
Board 1894-3904. M.P. for South Birmingham, 1904. Brooks' Club. 

Keep, Ronald, son of Edward Keep, Esq., 1, Park Field Road, Liverpool, 
aged 13, August 26. Left 1885. 3 Lee Warner Michell 

Scholar 1882. Transferred to become Head of Mr. Michell's House 1884. A 
Merchant in Australia since 1885. 

Marshall, Alfred Henry, son of John Marshall, Esq., Headingley, Leeds, 
aged 14, March 31. Left 1884. 2 Lee Warner 

A Land Agent at Guisborough. Is dead. 

Sheppard, Harry Edward, only son of Henry Wilson Sheppard, Esq., 
Ross, Herefordshire, aged 13, May 20. Left 1886. 1 Lee Warner 
New College, Oxford, B.A. First Class Modern History 1890. J.P. for Hereford- 
shire 1894. Of The Shawe, Crowborough, Sussex. 

Allen, Arthur Acland, youngest son of Peter Allen, Esq., Overbrook, 
Kersal, Manchester, aged 12, August 11. Left 1887. 8 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1883. XV. 1884, 1885, 1886. XI. 1887. Scholar of University College, 
Oxford, 1887. First Class Classical Moderations 1889. B.A. 1891. M.A. 1895. 
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1893. Of 47, Onslow Square, London, S.W. 
Reform Club. 

Baker, Maurice Mills, second son of William Mills Baker, Esq., Stoke, 
Bishop, Bristol, aged 14, March 8. Left 1886. 2 Whitelaw 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1891, M.A. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1898. 
Of Rodgate House, Congresbury, Somerset. 

Button, John Victor, son of William Henry Button, Esq., Newcastle, 
Staffordshire, aged 15, April 10. Left 1883. 1 Whitelaw 

Meakin, George Elliot, eldest son of George Meakin, Esq., The Hayes. 
Stone, Staffordshire, aged 16, November 24. Left 1882. 1 Whitelaw 
A Manufacturer in the Potteries. Of Creswell Hall, Stafford. 

Meakin, James Henry, second son of the above George Meakin, Esq., aged 
15, April 28. Left 1885. 3 Whitelaw 

XV. 1884. Trinity College, Cambridge, 1885. A Manufacturer in the Potteries. 
Of Consall Hall, Stoke-on-Trent. Raleigh Club. 



Jex-BlaJce, 1874-87. 79 



Morris, Frederick Arnold, eldest son of Thomas Morris, Esq., Oxfcon, 
Cheshire, aged 14, January 2. Left 1884 3 Green 

A Member of the London Stock Exchange from 1893. Of 1, Drapers' Gardens, 
London, B.C. 

Callender, Reginald, fifth son of the late Samuel Pope Callender, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Callender, Rugby, aged 14, Jan. 8. Left 1884-. 8 Town 

Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1890. M.A. 1903. C.M S. Niger Mission 1891. 
Ordained 1898. Senior Assistant Curate of St. Matthews, Bayswater. Of 44, 
Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill, London, W. 

Hards, Leo Arthur, son of Mr. Leonard Hards, George Hotel, Rugby, aged 
12, May 5. Left 1885. Town 

An Electrical Engineer. Of Sarum, Southfield Gardens, Strawberry Hill, 
London, W. 

McKinnell, James Jesse, son of Mrs. McKinnell, 37, Albert Street, Rugby, 
aged 12, January 11. Left 1884.* Town 

In business at Rugby from 1885. Of 41, Clifton Road, Rugby. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1881. 

Battine, Cecil William, son of Colonel William Alexander Battine, 
(o.ti. 1845), 2nd Dragoon Guards, Willenhall, Coventry, aged 14, 
February 14. Left 1884.* School 

Gazetted to the 7th Dragoon Guards 1887. Captain 1897. 15th Hussars 1900. 
Railway Staff Officer, China Field Force, January to February 1901. Home 
address, Langley, Bucks. 

Best, Palemon Harris, son of Palemon Best, Esq., M.D., Louth, Lincoln- 
shire, aged 13, May 22. Left 1883. 3 School 

Cavendish College, Cambridge, B.A. 1888. London University, M.B. 1889. A 
Medical Student of University College, London, 1891. Of St. Ives, Cornwall. 

Boswell, John Douglas, second son of Patrick Charles Douglas Boswell, 
Esq , (o it. 1830), Garrallan, Cumnock, N.B., aged 14, February 16. 
Left 1882. 2 School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1888. LL.B. Glasgow, 1891. 

Fletcher, Lancelot Holstock, eldest son of William Fletcher, Esq., M.P., 
Brigham Hill, Carlisle, aged 14, September 24. Left 1886. 2 School 

XV. 1885. Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1886. A Coal Owner in Cumberland, and 
J.P. for the County. Of Brigham, Cockermouth, New Oxford and Cambridge 
Club. 

Herron, Robert Douglas, son of George Oliver Mellick Herron, Esq., 
Harbord House, Richmond Hill, aged 14, August 30. Left 
1884. 3 School 

Sandhurst 1886. Gazetted to the 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays), 1887- 
Captain 1897. Retired 1902. 

King, Philip Scarborough, second son of Robert King, Esq., Fern House, 
Upper Clapton, London, E., aged 13, October 17. Left 1884. 3 School 
In business as a Timber Merchant in London. Of Fern House, Upper Clapton. 

Pease, Leonard Joseph, younger son of Arthur Burton Pease, Esq., 
(O.K. 1840), Melton Hill, Brough, Yorkshire, aged 14, April 29. 
Left 1883. 1 School 

Sadler, Francis Joseph, younger son of Michael Thomas Sadler, Esq., M.D. 
Barnsley, Yorkshire, aged 14, June 16. Left 1886. 2 School 

Crick 1885. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1886. Scholar of Wadham College, 
Oxford, 1886. B.A. 1890. M.A. 1893. M.B. 1894. Practising at Barnsley. Of 
21, Church Street, Barnsley. Royal Societies Club. 



80 Jex-Bla-Jce, 1874-87. 

Sarel, Clement Vincent Molyneux, eldest son of Major-General Henry 
Andrew Sarel, O.B., (O.K. 1839), Rollesby Hall, Great Yarmouth, 
aged 13, December 16. Left 1883. 3 School 

Sandhurst 1886. Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion The Fifth Fusiliers, September 14i 

1887. Died of cholera at Singapore 20th July, 1895. 

Sawers, Robert James Maxwell, son of the late Robert Orr Sawers, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Sawers, 7, St. John's Park, Blackheath, aged 13, 
February 15. Left 1885. 2 School 

LL.B. London, 1890. Admitted a Solicitor February, 1891. Practising at 

Coventry. 

Thursfield, Richard Cecil, younger son of the Rev. Richard Thursfield. 
St. Michaels, Worcester, aged 15, September 12. Left 1883. 1 School 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1890. M.A. 1894. Ordained 1890. Vicar of 
Naseby 1895-1903. Rector of Cranford, Kettering, from 1903. 

Tooth, Artemus, son of Arthur Tooth, Esq., 21, Cumberland Terrace, 
Regents Park, London, N.W., aged 14, Dec. 18. Left 1883. 1 School 
In business in London. 

Blackwell, Richard Giraud, eldest son of Samuel John Blackwell, 
Esq., Brookshill, Harrow Weald, aged 15, May 6. Left 
1884. 2 Bowden Smith 

A West India Merchant 1891-93. Of Down Place, South Hastings, Sussex. 

Cofrb, Cecil Henry, third son of Timothy Edward Cobb, Esq., Cotefield, 
Banbnry, aged 14, November 27. Left 1884. 2 Bowden Smith 

Gazetted to the 1st Battalion Oxfordshire Light Infantry 1888. Captain 1898. 
Major 1900. Served in the South African War 1899-1902, at battles of Klip Drift, 
Paardeberg, Dreifontein, and other actions. Despatches. Brevet of Major. 
Queen's Medal with four Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. Of Hill House, 
High Wycombe. 

Garnett, William, son of James Garnett, Esq., Waddow Hall, Clitheroe, 
aged 14, May 23. Left 1883. 3 Bowden Smith 

In the Cotton Trade. Of Waddow Hall, Clitheroe. 

Latham, Henry Guy Dampier, second son of Francis Law Latham, Esq., 
(O.K. 1848), Bombay, aged 12, Oct. 28. Left 1885. 2 Bowden Smith 

University College School, London, 1885. Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1890. 
M.A. 1894. Ordained 1892. Warden of Inns of Court Mission 1897. Of 12, 
King's Bench Walk, London, B.C. 

Phillpotts, Henry Robertson, eldest son of the Rev. Henry John Phillpotts, 
Vicar of Lamerton, Tavistock, aged 13, October 12. Left 
1886. 2 Bowden Smith 

Keble College, Oxford, B.A. 1890. M.A. 1894. Ordained 1891. Assistant Curate 
at Pittsworth, Queensland, 1899-1904. 

Statham, Francis, son of William Statham, Esq., St. Mary's House, 
Bedford, aged 14, October 4. Left 1885. 3 Bowden Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1887. LL.M. 1893. Called to the Bar, 
Lincoln's Inn, June 1891. Midland Circuit. Of 3, Paper Buildings, Temple, 
London, E.G. 

Cartwright, Theodore John, only son of the late Rev. Theodore John 
Cart wright, Rector of Preston Bagot, care of Mrs. Cartwright, 
Claverdon, Warwick, aged 13, March 28. Left 1887. 2 Hutchinson 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1891. M.A. 1895. Ordained 1893. Vicar of St. John 
the Baptist, Leamington, from 1902. 

Ellis, John Christopher Radclyffe, second son of the Rev. Arthur Ayres 
Ellis, Vicar of Stotfold, Baldock, Herts, aged 15, August 29. 
Left 1885.* Hutchinson 

Minor Exhibitioner 1885. Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. Second 
Class Classical Tripos 1888. M.A. 1893. Principal Bowden House Preparatory 
School, Sudbury Hill, Harrow, from 1902. 



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Jackson, St. George Hay Smither, son of George Thomas Jackson, Esq., 
Lucknow, Oudh, India, aged 14, May 13. Left I884. 2 Hutchinson 
Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, November, 1888. Practising at Lucknow. 

McClure, William Lees, son of William Lees MoClure, Esq., The Lathams, 
Prescot, aged 14, May 25. Lefb 1882 . 2 Hufcchinson 

Residing in Australia. 

Peebles, John Mure Steel, son of Kobert D. Peebles, Esq., Craignethan 
Lodge, Blackheath, aged 12, December 29. Left 1882. 2 Hutchinson 

In America 1891 . 

Banks, William Hartland, only son of Richard William Banks, Esq., 
(O.K. 1832), Kidgebourne, Kington, aged 13, November 14. Left 
1886. 3 Scott 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1889. M.A. 1893. J.P. for Co. Hereford. High 

Sheriff 1902. Of Hergest Croft, Kington, Herefordshire. 

Bill, Herbert Edward, fourth son of John Bill, Esq., Coventry, aged 14, 
September 19. Left 1883 2 Scott 

Owen's College, Manchester, and King's College, London. Assoc. Member 
Inst. C.E. 1892. Of Lea Road, Wolverhampton. 

Drummond, Arthur Lennox, fourth son of George A. Drummond, Esq., 
Montreal, aged 13, March 1. Left 1885. 2 Scott 

Of 180, Mansfield Street, Montreal, Canada. Mount Royal Club. 

Hall, Arthur Kobinson Kay, son of T. P. Hall, Esq., Effingham House, 
Leatherhead, aged 1 4, October 29. Left 1884. 2 Scott 

XV. 1883. Gazetted to the Royal Irish Rifles November 16, 1887. Captain 1897. 
Served in the South African War 1899-1901. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. 

Harrison, Frank Hyde, son of Alfred Hyde Harrison, Esq., The Lodge, 
Dunchurch, aged 14, January 17. Left 1884. 2 Scott 

In Lloyds, London, B.C., 1891. Is dead. 

Kent, Crofton, sixth son of the late William Kent, Esq., of Johndaryan, 
Queensland, care of Mrs. Kent, Elyston, Woollabra, Sydney, aged 
13, October 12. Left 1885.* Scott 

Downton Agricultural College, 1885-1888. Farming in Queensland since 1888. 
Government Inspector of Stock. Of Johndaryan, Queensland. 

Skinner, Sidney Hawkins, son of James Skinner, Esq., Bramley Hill 
House, Croydon, aged 15, August 8. Left 1883 1 Scott 

XV. 1884. Formerly on the London Stock Exchange. Farming in Colorado, 
U.S.A., 1891. 

Sykes, Alan John, second son of Thomas Hardcastle Sykes, Esq., (o.B, 1847), 
Cheadle. Cheshire, aged 13, April 11. Left 1H86 2 Scott 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1889. M.A. 1897. Major 3rd V.B. The Cheshire 
Regiment. J.P. for Cheshire. Of South View, Cheadle. Carlton Club. 

Mann-Thomson, William Dixon, son of John Mann-Thomson, Esq., 
Kilkerran House, Maybole, Ayrshire, aged 14, March 9. Left 
1886. 2 Scott 

VIII. 1885, 1886. Major Exhibitioner 1886. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 
and LL.B. 1889. Sandhurst 1890. Gazetted to the Royal Horse Guards May 1, 
1891. Captain 1896. Served in the South African War 1899-1900. Queen's Medal 
with three Clasps. 

Thompson, William Briggs, eldest son of James Hetheringtou Thompson, 
Esq., Warren Bank, Brampton, Carlisle, aged 14, July 13. Left 
1886.* Scott 

VIII. 1884, 1885, 1886. Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. and B.C.L. 1890. M.A. 1893. 
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1892. Of Brampton, Cumberland, and 2, Temple 
Gardens, B.C. Devonshire Club. 
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82 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Armitage, Frederick Rhodes, son of Thomas Rhodes Armitage, Esq., M.D., 
23, Cambridge Square, London, W., aged 14, August 11. Left 

1884. 1 Elsee 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1888. Yorkshire College, Leeds, 1888. Engi- 
neering Pupil, Midland Railway, 1889. Civil Engineer 1893. Of Noan, Thurles, 
Co. Tipperary. 

Blackburn, Ernest Woodhead, second son of John Blackburn, Esq., Ivy 
House, Barnsley, aged 13, December 31. Left 1886. s Elsee 

Scholar 1881. Minor Exhibitioner 1886. Scholar of St. John's College, Oxford, 
1886. Second Class Mathematical Moderations 1837. B.A. First Class Natural 
Science School 1890. M.A. and M.B. 1895. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1895. Of Ivy 
House, Barnsley. 

Dowson, Erasmus Charles Head, son of Thomas Erasmus Head Dowson, 
Esq., fo.R. 1853), Lattendales, Penrith, aged 14, August 9. Left 

1885. 2 Elsee 

Demonstrator of Mechanism and Applied Mechanics at Cambridge 1887. Tn 
Melbourne 1891. An Engineer. Of 83, Mance Street, Montreal, Canada. 

Firmstone, Harold William, sixth son of the late William Charles Firm- 
stone, Esq., and brother of the Rev. Charles Henry Firmstone, 
Westbury, Brackley, aged 13, May 28. Left 1887. Elsee 

Scholar 1881. XV. 1886. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1887. Scholar of 
Hertford College, Oxford, 1887. First in Examination for Eastern Cadetships, 
and appointed to Straits Settlements 1890. Municipal Commissioner, Penan?, 
from 1898. Sports Club. 

Michel, John Henry Forbes, son of John Michel, Esq., C.E., North- West 
Provinces, India, aged 13, January 18. Left 1884. 2 Elsee 

Went to India. 

Stephens, Michael Edmund, son of Henry Charles Stephens, Esq., M.P., 
Avenue House, Finchley, London, N., aged 13, September 10. 
Left 1885. 1 Elsee 

In business in London. Of 11, Mount Street, London, W., and Cholderton, near 
Salisbury. Union Club. 

Swinton, Ernest Dunlop, fourth son of Robert Blair Swinton, Esq., 
25, Kandolph Crescent, London, afterwards of 105, Shooter's Hill 
Road, Blackheath, aged 12, October 21. Left 1882.* Elsee 

Went to Cheltenham College 1883. Woolwich 1886. Gazetted to the Royal 
Engineers 1888. Captain 1899. Served in the South African War 1899-1902 
Despatches. D.S.O. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. King's Medal with two 
Clasps. Of Greenhill, York Road, Woking. Grosvenor Club. 

Blunt, Charles Mortimer, second son of Frederick William Blunt, Esq., 
(O.K. 1853;, Plaw Hatch, Bishops Stortford, aged 13, June 27 
Left 1885.2 Lee Warned 

XI. 1885. Manager Rugby Netting Hill Club 1894 In Wilson's Brewery, Newton 
Heath, Manchester. Of the Manor House, Ashton-on-Mersey. 

Dawkins, Thomas Frederick, fourth son of the Rev. James Annesley 
Dawkins, (o.R. 1843), Daylesford, Chipping Norton, aged 14 
August 22. Left 1886. 2 Lee Warner 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. Second Class Law School 1890. Care of Messrs. 

Weatherley, Burlington Street, London, W. White's Club. 

Garrett, Newson Littlewood, son of Edmund Garrett, Esq., Shrewsbury 
House, East Ham. Essex, aged 15, Oct. 17 Left 1884. a Lee Warner 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1887. Admitted a Solicitor 1891. Of 9, Fenchurch 
Street, London, E.G., and Sonning, Platts Lane, Hampstead. 

Haines, Cecil Evered, son of the late Henry Haines, Esq., care of Mrs 
flaines, Sandfield,Reigate, aged 14, April 8. Leftl884. 2 Lee Warner 
On the London Stock Exchange. Of 16, Tokenhouse Yard, London, B.C. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 83 

Lascelles, William Frank, eldest son of Right Hon. Frank Cavendish 
Lascelles, British Consul at Sophia, afterwards, G.C.M.G., aged 
13, March 21. Left 1885. 1 Lee Warner 

Sandhurst 1887. Gazetted to the Scots Guards May 15, 1889. Captain 1899. 
Served in the South African War 1899-1902. Despatches. Queen's Medal with 
two Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Malcolm, George, son of General Sir George Malcolm, K.C.B., 13, Crom- 
well Crescent, South Kensington, aged 14, February 15, Left 
1882. 1 Lee Warner 

A Settler in Canada 1891. 

Morris, Charles Hopkins, younger son of Mrs. Morris, and the late 
Arthur Morris, Esq., Hall End, Tarn worth, aged 14, August 21. 
Left 1884. 1 Lee Warner 

Of Higham Hall, Nuneaton. 

Slagg, William Crighton, son of the late W. Slagg, Esq., care of Mrs. Slagg, 
Didsbury, Manchester, aged 14, May 4. Left 1885. 2 Lee Warner 
Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, January 28, 1889. Subsequently on the 
London Stock Exchange. Of Shepperton, Middlesex. 

Farmer, William Alfred, only son of William Farmer, Esq., afterwards 
Knight, Summerhill, Chislehurst, aged 13, January 1. Left 
1884. 1 Whitelaw 

Gazetted to the 4th Hussars June 24, 1890. Ketired 1892. Secretary of Farmer 
& Co. from 1897. Of Elm Lodge, Winkfield, Berks. Constitutional Club. 

Ivens, John Howard, second son of William Ivens, Esq., Harboro' Parva, 
Rugby, aged 13, February 26. Left 1886. 8 Whitelaw 

XV. 1885. In business from 1886. Of Fawsley House, Hillmorton Road, Rugby. 

Joynson, Harold Mead, eldest son of Tertius Joynson, Esq., Ivy Lodge, 
New Brighton, Cheshire, aged 14, Feb. 23. Left 1882. 1 Whitelaw 

A Doctor, but not practising. Of Tilston, Malpas, Cheshire. 

Rendall, Godfrey Arthur Harding, sixth son of the Rev. Henry Rendall, 
Rector of Great Rollright, Chipping Norton, aged 14, June 30. 
Left 1 886. 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1881. Head of the School. Tait Scholar. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 
1886. Scholar of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1886. First Class Classical 
Moderations 1888. Second Class Law School 1891. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1894. 

Sprague, John Alexander Davies, eldest son of John Daniel Sprague, Esq., 
Beulah Hill, Upper Norwood, aged 15, May 7. Leftl883. 2 Whitelaw 

Jackson, George Frederick, eldest son of George Jackson, Esq., Selby 
Park, Birmingham, aged 13, January 1. Left 1884. 1 Green 

Of Norton Grange, Knowle, Warwickshire. 

Radley, Edward Yelf, second son of the late James Radley, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Radley, 4, Abercromby Square, Liverpool, aged 14, April 28. 
Left 1884.2 Green 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1889. A Civil Engineer. Of 27, Albert Hall 
Mansions, London, W. New Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Smallwood, Frank Graham, son of A. Smallwood, Esq., Barikshall Street, 
Calcutta, aged 14, February 10. Left 1S82. 3 Green 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery July 24, 1886. Captain 1897. Served in the 
Sikkim Expedition 1888. Medal with Clasp. Operations in Chitral 1895. Army 
and Navy Club, 

Watson, Ernest, son of James Watson, Esq., 32, Gloucester Crescent, 
London, W., aged 13, May 31. Left 1884. 2 Green 

An East India Merchant. Of 19, Strand Road North, Calcutta, 1904. 



84 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 

Furness, John Monteith, eldest son of the Rev. John Monteith Furness, 
Rugby, aged 12, May 16. Left 1888. 2 Town 

Scholar 1883 Head of the School. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1888. Scholar 
of King's College, Cambridge, 1888. B.A., First, Class Classical Tripos, part 1, 
1891, M.A. 1903. Headmaster Richmond School, Yorkshire, from 1903. Of The 
Friary, Richmond, Yorkshire. 

Gillson, Godfrey, second son of Henry Thomas Gillson, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 13, December 15. Left 1884.' Town Lee Warner 

Jesus College, Cambridge, 1886. Woolwich 1888. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 
November 13, 1889. Lieutenant 1892. Captain 1900. Served on the N. W. 
Frontier of India 1897-98. Medal with Clasp. Nile Expedition 1899. Egyptian 
Medal with Olasp. Mudeford, Christchurch, Hants. 

Mee, Colin Oowper, fourth son of the late John Cowper Mee, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Mee, Rugby, aged 13, December 24. Left 1884. 3 Town 

A Tea Planter in Ceylon from 1888. Of Neuchatel, Neboda, Ceylon. Badminton 
Club. 

Rhoades, Edmund Lushington, second son of Henry Tull Rhoades, Esq., 
(O.K. 1847), Rugby, aged 13, January 25. Left 1886. 3 Town 

In the Merchant Service 1886-94. In Command of a Gunboat on Lake Nyassa 
(Foreign Office), from 1894. Fort Johnston, Lake Nyassa, British Central Africa. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1882. 

Ainsworth, Percy, sou of Charles Frederick Ainsworth, Esq., Lower 
Brazley, Horwich, Bolton, Lancashire, aged 14, February 10. 
Left 1883. 8 School 

Cotton Spinner. Of Ramwells, Bromley Cross, Bolton. 

Bradby, Henry Christopher, third son of the Rev. Edward Henry Bradby, 
(O.K. 1839), Headmaster of Haileybury College, Hertford, aged 13, 
December 28. Left 1887. 3 School 

XI. 1885, 1886, 1887. XV. 1886. Racquets 1887. New College, Oxford, First 
Class Classical Moderations 1889. B.A. Second Class Final Classical School 1891. 
Assistant Master at Rugby School from May, 1892. Author of " Rugby," in Bell's 
" Handbooks to the Great Public Schools," 1900. Of 46, Church Street, Rugby. 

Newman, Edward, son of Thomas James Newman, Esq., Barnsley, York- 
shire, aged 13, June 30. Left 1886. 2 School 

A Solicitor at Barnsley. Accidentally killed on the Railway 19th June, 1893. 

Phillipps, Grismond, eldest son of Captain Grismond Phillipps, J.P., Bron- 
wydd Arms, Carmarthenshire, aged 14, Nov. '24. Left 1886. 1 School 

Gazetted to the Carmarthen Artillery Militia March, 1887. Captain 1892. J.P. 
for Carmarthenshire. Of Cwmgwilly, Bronwydd Arms. 

Ridgway, Herbert Gainsford, son of Tobias Gainsford Ridgway, Esq., 
2, Waterloo Place, London, S.W., aged 14, November 6. Left 
1885.1 School 

Formerly in business in the Bombay and Burma Trading Corporation. 

Wilson, Rowland Alwyne, son of the Rev. William Reginald Wilson, 
Bolsterstone, Sheffield, aged 13, July 18. Left 1887.* School 

XI. 1885, 1886, 1887. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1890. M.A. 1894. 
Ordained 1894. Vicar of Hints, Tamworth, from 1900. 

Cartwright, Thomas George, eldest son of William George Cartwright, 
Esq., Springfield, Newport, Monmouthshire, aged 14, March 10. 
Left 1885. 8 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1885. VIII. 1884. Christ Church, Oxford, 1887. In business at Newport. 
Of Fairwater, Cardiff. 



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De Rivaz, Charles Henry Chevally, son of Victor 0. de Rivaz, Esq., 
Northbrook House, Grove Road, London, N.W., aged 14, August 
30. Left 1884 s Bowden Smith 

In business as a Stock Jobber 1891. 

Oldrey, Eustace Nugent, -son of the late Robert Oldrey, Esq., and brother 
of H. B. Oldrey, Esq., Northampton, aged 13, March 11. Left 
1886. 1 Bowden Smith 

Of 69, Prince of Wales Mansions, Battersea Park, London, S.W. 

Watson, Edward Alexander, fourth son of Robert Brown Watson, Esq., 
Sudworth,NewBrighton,agedl4,Oct.7. Left 1883. 2 BowdenSmith 

Residing in America. Of Nimrod Hall, Bath County, Virginia, U.S.A. 

Balderson, Claude Henry, son of Henry Balderson, tiemel Herapstead, 
aged 14, March 14. Left 1885. 1 ' Hutchinson 

Enlisted in the 6th Royal Warwickshire Regiment. At Moultau, India, 1891. 

Hutchinson, Edward Percy, son of the late William Henry Heap 
Hutchinson, Esq., care of Mrs. Hutchinson, Cottingham Hall. 
Hull, aged 13, January 30. Left 1884. 3 Hutchinson 

XV. 1884. VIII. 1883, 1884. In his brother's Shipping Office at Hull. 

Lloyd, Frederick Henry, son of the late Rev. Maurice Lloyd, Rector of 
Montgomery, and ward of the Rev. Robert More White, Church- 
stoke, aged 14, October 13. Left 1883. 3 Hutchinson 

Constitutional Club, Northumberland Avenue, London. 

Scotter, Frederick Charles, only son of Charles Scotter, Esq., afterwards 
Knight, Bowdon, Cheshire, aged!3, June 29. LeftlSS?. 1 Hutchinson 
Racquets 1887. A Member of the London Stock Exchange from 1900 Of 75, 
Lombard Street, London, B.C., and 7, Park Lane, W. Constitutional Club. 

Baines, Henry Yerdon, son of William Mortimer Baines, Esq., (O.K. 1844), 
Bell Hall, York, aged 13, February 13. Left 1884. 2 Scott 

Admitted a Solicitor February, 1891. Of 29, Coleman Street, London, E.G. 

Hill, Charles Alexander, only son of the late Kly Hill, Esq., care of Mrs. 
Hill, The Hollies, Croxtebh Road, Liverpool, aged 14, December 5. 
Left 1886. 8 Scotb 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1889. M.B. 1894. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 
Practising at Liverpool. Of 13, Rodney Street, Liverpool. Conservative Club. 

Kingsley, Charles William Manuel, son of Mrs. Kingsley, 3, Ovington 
Square, South Kensington, aged 13, Feb. 19. Left 1885. 3 Scott 
At Rondebosch, Cape of Good Hope, 1891. 

Rodger, George Douglas, son of George Rodger, Esq., 3, Sandford Place, 
Cheltenham, aged 14, April 26. Left 1884. 8 Scott 

In Buenos Ayres since 1886. 

Sykes, Percy Molesworth, only son of the Rev. William Sykes, (OR. 1812), 
Chaplain bo the Forces, Canterbury, aged 14, February 28. Left 
1886. 2 Scott 

Racquets 1886, 1886. Sandhurst 1887. Gazetted to the 2nd Dragoon Guards, 
February 28, 1888. Captain 1897. Temporary Major 1899. Transferred to Indian 
Army 1902. Served in the South African War 1899-1901, in command of 
Montgomeryshire I.Y. Wounded. Despatches. Received the Royal Geographical 
Society's Back Grant 1899, and Royal Gold Medal 1902. C.M.G. 1902., for service 
in Persia. Author of " Ten Thousand Miles in Persia," 1902. H.B.M.'s Consul at 
Kerman and Persian Baluchistan 1903. Royal Societies Club. 

Allen, Edward Lynn, eldest son of Bulkeley Allen, Esq., J.P., (O.K. 1853), 
West Lynn, Albrincham, aged 13, February 7. Left 1885. 2 Elsee 

Sandhurst 1896. Gazetted to the 1st Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment 
June 5, Is89. Captain 1896. Served in the South African War January to May, 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Boughton-Leigh, Percy Wilfrid, son of the Rev. Theodosius Egerton 
Boughton Ward Boughton -Leigh, Newbold-on-Avon, aged 14, 
October 31. Left 1885. 2 Elsee 

XV. 1885. XI. 1885. Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1892. M.A. 1898. Farming 
at Shiprode, Slinfield, Horsham. 

Cockburn, Hampden Zane Churchill, only son of George Ralph Richardson 
Cockburn, Esq., Toronto, Canada, aged 14, November 16. Left 
1886. 2 Elsee 

XV. 18S5. London University January, 1887. Returned to Canada 1887. M.A. 
Toronto University 1891. Admitted a Solicitor, and called to the Canadian 
Bar, 1894. Served in the South African War 1899-1900 as Captain, Eoyal 
Canadian Dragoons. Slightly wounded. Brevet of Major. Victoria Cross. 
' ' In the action at Komati River, November 7, 1900, Lieutenant Cockburn with a 
handful of men held off the Boers to enable the guns to be saved. Every man of 
his party was either killed, wounded, or captured, but the guns were held." 
Address, Toronto Club. 

Hatch, Charles Wycliffe, eldest son of Samuel Charles Hatch, Esq., 
Headingley, Leeds, aged 14, September 12. Left 1885. 1 Elsee 

Pembroke College, Oxford, 1885. Was on the Stock Exchange. 

Anders, Francis Robert, son of Henry William Anders, Esq., Thornleigh, 
Huddersfield, aged 13, February 14. Lefb 1885. 3 Lee Warner 

In the Wool business in Manchester 1887. In Australia for the sake of his health 
since 1890. Of Wandeen, Semiphore, Adelaide, South Australia. 

Turner, Christopher Edward, son of John Pemberton Turner, Esq., 
Leamington, aged 14, February 19. Left 1884. 3 Lee Warner 

Farming in North- West America 1891. A Journalist at Bella Vista, U.S.A. 

Heaton, Alan Baldwin, son of John Deakin Heaton, Esq., M.D., Claremont, 
Leeds, aged 13, October 26. Left 1887. 2 Lee Warner 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. Second Class Natural Science Tripos 1890. 
Student at St. Thomas' Hospital. Is dead. 

Stevenson, Charles Lorimer, son of William Stevenson, Esq., Cumber- 
nauld, Glasgow, aged 13, June 2. Left 1883. 2 Lee Warner 

A Tea planter in Assam. Divisional Manager, Consolidated Tea and Land Co., 
Kalighat, Sylhet, Assam. 

Bond, Frederick Edward Vivian, second son of Frank Walters Bond, Esq., 
Wargrave Hill, Henley-on-Thames, aged 14, May 5. Left 
1884.* Whitelaw 

Formerly in business at Saltburn. Of Burmer Hall, King's Lynn, Norfolk. 

Whittaker, Thomas Sherren, son of Thomas Earle Whittaker, Esq., 
Fernleigh, Beckenham, Kent, aged 14, January 26. Lefc 

1887. 1 Whitelaw 

XV. 1886. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. Second Class Law Special 1890. 
Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 1892. Of 3, Brick Court, Temple, E.G. 

Callender, David Aubrey, son of the late Samuel Pope Callender, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Callender, Rugby, aged 13, Nov. 11. Left 1883. 1 Town 
Went to Wellington College and Sandhurst. Gazetted to the 1st Battalion Royal 
Scots 1887. Captain 1896. Served in the operations in Zululand 1888. 

Wreford-Brown, Louis, third son of Captain William Wreford-Brown, 
4, Worcester Villas, Clifton, Bristol, aged 14, December 9. Left 

1885. 2 Hutchinson 

XI. 1885. A Stock Broker in Bristol. Of The Cottage, Wroxall, Nailsea, Bristol 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1882. 

filandford, Joseph John Gubhrie, son of the Rev. Josias Jessop Blandford, 
(O.K. 1829), Spondon, Derby, aged 14, Jan 2. Left 1886. 1 School 

Scholar 18S2. VIII. 1885. Pembroke College, Cambridge, B.A. 1889. M.R.C.S. 
and L.R.C.P. 1893. Practising at Whittingnam, Lancashire. 



Jex-BlaJce, 1874-87. 87 



Bolland, James Wyllie, son of Thomas Joseph Bolland, Esq., Broome 
House, Didsbury, Manchester, aged 13, July 24. Left 1885. 2 School 

A Produce Broker in London 1891. Of Holy well, North Wales. 

Ellison, Henry Richard Nevile, eldest son of the Rev. Charles Christopher 
Ellison, (O.K. 1849), Bracebridge, Lincoln, aged 13, July 16. Left 
1886. 1 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1890. Ordained 1898. Vicar of Savernake, 
Marlborough, from 1901. 

Browning, Edward Eustace, eldest son of Edward Charles Browning, Esq., 
The Woodlands, near Redditch, aged 14, July 10. Left 
1883. 1 Bowden Smith 

Admitted a Solicitor 1894. Practising at Redditch. 

Capron, Charles, third son of Frederick Lucas Capron, Esq., 17, Warwick 
Square, London. S.W., aged 14, Sept.14. Leftl884. 3 BowdenSmith 

A Civil Engineer. Of Portswood Road, Southampton. 

Harrison, Oswald, son of Edward Hodgson Harrison, Esq., Breck Hay, 
Liscard, Cheshire, aged 14, May 17. Left 1883. 3 BowdenSmith 
In business in Liverpool. Of Plymyard, Eastham, Cheshire. 

Hessey, James Dodson, son of the Rev. Robert Falkner Hessey, Basing, 
Basingstoke, aged 14, July 3. Left 1884. 3 Bowden Smith 

Magdalen College, Oxford, 1886. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1892. Practising at 
Hastings. Of Torfield House, High Street, Hastings. 

Slater, John William, eldest son of William Slater, Esq., J.P., Holmses, 
Sharpies, Bolton, aged 14, June 14. Left 1884. 3 Bowden Smith 

In business. Major 2nd V.B. Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Of Dunscar, 
Bolton. 

Burnett, Charles Kenyon, only son of Charles Burnett, Esq., Biggleswade, 
aged 13, June 20. Left 1886. 2 Hutchinson 

Sandhurst 1888. Gazetted to the 18th Hussars, January 23, 1889. Captain 1898. 
Major 1900. Served in the South African War, 1899-1902. Talana and Lombard's 
Kop, Defence of Ladysmith. Laing's Nek, Belfast, Lydeuburg. Despatches. 
Brevet of Major. Queen's Medal with five Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 
Of Campden House, Aldershot. Cavalry Club. 

Mothersill, Herbert Johnson, third son of Christopher Mothersill, Esq. 
Woodburne, Brooklands, Manchester, aged 14, July 28. Left 
1886. 1 Hutchinson 

XV. 1884, 1885. In business. Of Parney, near Macclesfield. 

Preston, Henry Chippendale, son of Robert Wheeler Preston, Esq., Clare 
Lodge,Wallasey,Cheshire,aged 13,Aug. 18. Left 1883. 1 Hutchinson 
In business in Liverpool. Of Clare Lodge, Wallasey. 

Rawlinson, Abram Leonard, only son of Abram Creswicke Rawlinson, 
Esq., (O.K. 1851), Chipping Norton, aged 13, May 20. Left 
same Term. Hutchinson 

At Fort Atkinson, Jefferson Co., Wisconsin, U.S.A. 

Dowdall, Harold Chaloner, youngest son of the late Thomas Dowdall, Esq., 

care of Mrs. Dowdall, Alexandra Drive, Princes Park, Liverpool, 

aged 14, March 7. Left 1887. 2 Scott 

Minor Exhibitioner, 1887. Scholar of Trinity College, Oxford, 1887. B.A. 1890, 
M.A. and B.C.L. 1892. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1893. Of 28, Alexandra 
Drive, Liverpool. St. James' Club. 

Firth, Edward Willoughby, second son of Edward Firth, Esq., Tapton 
Edge, Sheffield, aged 15, April 7. Left 1885. 3 Scott 

A Steel Manufacturer, Norfolk Works, Sheffield. J.P. for West Biding of 
Yorkshire. Of Tapton Edge, Sheffield. Isthmian Club. 



88 Jex-Blalce, 1874-87. 



Wellby, Edwin Victor, fourth son of John Henry Wellby, Esq., 12, Rnssell 
Square. London, W.C., aged 14, March 18. Left 1884.' Scott 

Studied in Germany, 1885-6. In business from 1888. Lieutenant-Colonel 1st 
Tower Hamlets' Volunteers. Served with C.I.V. in the South African War, 1900, 
commanding Machine Gun Section. Despatches. Queen's Medal with three 
Clasps. Of 5, Upper Avenue Koad, London, N.W. Imperial Service Club. 

Gaddum, Arthur Louis Roger, third son of George Henry Gaddum, Esq., 
Withington, Manchester, aged 13, July 6. Left 1886. 1 Elsee 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B., Second Class Law Tripos, 1890. 
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, June, 1891. Of West View, Lymm, Cheshire. 
Isthmian Club. 

G-rice, James Elliott, son of Edwin James Grice, Esq., C.E., The Field, 
Newport, Monmouth, aged 14, April 13. Left 1886. 3 Elsee 

A Student at Leipsig 1891. 

Martyn, Richard Linnington, second son of the late Richard Martyn, Esq., 
of Broadclyst, brother and ward of H. M. Martyn, Esq., Countess 
Weir, Exeter, aged 13, August 28. Left 1886. 2 Elsee 

Pembroke College, Oxford. B.A. 1898. M.A. 1900. Ordained 1898. Vicar of 
Badwell Ash, with Hunston, Bury St. Edmunds, from 1902. Has assumed the 
additional surname of LINNINGTON after MARTYN. 

Snewin, Percy, son of Charles Boyes Noel Snewin, Esq., Back Hill, Hatton 
Garden, London, aged 13, December 26. Left 1885. 1 Elsee 

In business in London. Of 9, Alwyne Mansions, Alwyne Road, Wimbledon. 

Brandram, George Alfred, son of Samuel Brandram, Esq., Fawley, 
Dynevor Gardens, Richmond, Surrey, aged 14, March 30. Left 
1885. 3 Lee Warner 

Proprietor and Manager Grand Theatre, Croydon. Of 28, Ellerker Gardens* 

Richmond, Surrey. 

Chamberlain, Arthur Neville, second son of the Right Hon. Joseph 
Chamberlain, M.P., Birmingham, aged 13, March 18. Left 
1886. 3 Lee Warner 

A Manufacturer. Of Highbury, Moor Green, Birmingham. 

Granet, William Guy, second son of the late William Augustus Granet, 
Esq., (O.K. 1833), care of Mrs. Granet, Salita san Bartolomeo degli 
Armeni, Genoa, aged 14, October 13. Left 1884. 2 Lee Warner 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. Second Class Modern History School 1889. Called 
to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1893. Secretary to the Railway Companies Association 
from 1900. Of 53, Parliament Street, London. S.W. Brooks' Club. 

Barker, Peter William, son of the Rev. John Thomas Barker, Rushden 
Rectory, Higham Ferrers, aged 13, May 9. Left 1884. 1 Whitelaw 
An Indigo planter in India. Of Neeschindipore, near Calcutta. 

Dulley, Herbert, son of the late William Dulley, Esq., care of Mrs. Dulley, 
The Lindens, Wellingborough, aged 13, June 6. Left 
1886 - Whitelaw 

In business as a Brewer, 1891. 

Firth, Charles Henry Bramley, fifth son of the late Mark Firth, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Firth, Oak Brook, Sheffield, aged 14, April 21. Left 
1884 3 Whitelaw 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1886. Formerly in business in Sheffield. Of 
Ashwicke Hall, Marshfield, Chippenham, Wilts. 

Foster, Kenric George, third son of George Anthony Foster, Esq., Chilton 
Lodge, Southsea, aged 15, January 30. Left 1886. 2 Whitelaw 

VIII. 1884, 1885, 1886. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1889. M.A. 1893. 
Ordained 1892. Chaplain, Bengal Ecclesiastical Establishment, from 1900. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Wrigley, Louis Comyns, second son of James Albert Wrigley, Esq., 
Fieldhead, Netherton, Huddersfield, aged 13, June 20. Left 
1885. 3 Whitelaw 

XV. 1884. A Land Agent. Of Trelleck Grange, Chepstow. 

Deakin, William Kothschild, eldest son of Joseph Deakin, Esq., Eller How, 
Grange-over-Sands, aged 13, May 20. Left 1885. 3 Green 

Of Eller How, Grange-over-Sauds. 

Andrews, Octavius Charles, son of Mrs. Andrews, Pennington Street, 
Rugby, aged 14, November 2. Left 1884. 2 Town 

L.R.G.P., London, 1902. Of 21, Pennington Street, Eugby. 

Dennis, Stanley Martyn, son of James Hawke Dennis, Esq., Marlfield, 
West Derby, Liverpool, aged 13, May 11. Left same Term. Elsee 

In business in Liverpool. Of Bridgefield, Halewood, near Liverpool. 

Haworth, Alfred, second son of Abraham Haworth, Esq., Hilston House, 
Altrincham, aged 14, February 7. Left 1886. 1 Hutchinson 

Victoria University, Manchester, B.A. 1890. Partner in James Dilworth & Son. 
Of The Knoll, Altrincham. 

Jackson, John Michel, second son of George Thomas Jackson, Esq., 
Lucknow, India, aged 13, June 20. Left 1887. 3 Hutchinson 

Called to the Bar November, 1890. Practising in Oudh from 1893. Of 10, Outram 
Road, Lucknow, India. 

Le Mesurier, Claude William, second son of Edward Algernon Le Mesurier. 
Esq., Banker, 39, Oorso Magenta, Genoa, aged 14, September 23. 
Left 1883. 2 Lee Warner 

Has lived in Australia for health. Of Coolgardie, Western Australia. . 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1882. 

Darnell. Charles Knapp, son of the Rev. Daniel Charles West Darnell, 
(O.K. 1857), Cargilfield, Edinburgh, aged 13, February 2. Left 
1886- 1 School 

L.R.C.P. and L.R.C.S., Edinburgh, 1898. Practising at Bangor, Co. Down, 
Ireland. 

Davidson, Frank James, son of James Davidson, Esq., Bank House, 
Acklington, aged 14, May 2. Left 1886. 2 School 

Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1889. In South Africa, 1904. 

Evans, Granyille Pennefather, son of Matthew Pennefather Evans, Esq., 
17, Airlie Gardens, Campden Hill, London, W., aged 13, December 
9. Leftl886. 1 School 

Gazetted to the 1st Battalion 24th Regiment July 16, 1890. Indian Staff Corps. 
Captain 1901. 

Hartley, Henry, only son of Milham Hartley, Esq., Larkfield, Chepstow, 
aged 13, December 2. Left 1886. 1 School 

Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester. Diploma 1889. Farming in Italy. Of 
Villa Santa Cristina, Vareggi, Florence, Italy. 

Hill, Ninian Crawfurd, son of Thomas Hill, Esq., Dean Park House, 
Edinburgh, aged 14, June 24. Left 1884. 1 School 

Residing in Australia 1891. 

Moultrie, Hugh Crawford, son of George William Moultrie, Esq., 
(O.K. 1843), Bank of England, Manchester, aged 13, September 23. 
Left 1885. 2 School 

Woolwich 1886. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery February, 1888. Captain 1898. 
Served in Chitral 1895. Storming of Malakand, Passage of Swab River, and 
action at Panjkera River. Medal with Clasp. With Tirah Expedition 1897-98. 
Dargal and Saran Sar. Two Clasps. 
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90 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 

Naylor, Charles James, eldest son of James Richard Naylor, Esq., C.S.I., 
Bombay Civil Service, aged 13, July 20. Left 1884. 3 School 

Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1890. Practising at Bangkok, Siam. 

Ormerod, Ernest William, elder son of the late Edward Latham Ormerod, 
Esq., M.D., F.R.S., (O.R, 1833), care of Mrs. Ormerod, 14, Old 
Steyne, Brighton, aged 13, November 17. Left 1887. 2 School 

Scholar 1883. Major Exhibitioner 1887. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1890. 
M.A. and M.B. 1895. M.D. 1901. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1894. Of 87, Lansdowne 
Place, Hove, Brighton. 

Pirie, Francis David, eldest son of Alexander George Pirie, Esq., (O.K. 1850), 
Leckmelm, Garve, Ross-shire, and 26, Queen's Gate, London, S. W., 
aged 14, March 29. Left 1885. 3 School 

Jesus College, Cambridge, 1886. In business. Of Stoney Wood House, Bucks- 
burn, Aberdeenshire. 

Reynolds, Ernest Edward, son of Edward Reynolds, Esq., Paxton Hall, 
St. Neots, aged 14, April 26. Left 1886. s School 

In Pretoria, Transvaal, 1891. 

Soames, Harold, fifth son of the Rev. Charles Soames, Mildenhall, 
Marlborough, aged 14, September 10. Left 1883. 1 School 

Farming in the Transvaal, near Johannisburg, 1891. In South Africa 1904. 

Stephens, Archibald Collingwood, only son of the Rev. William Henry 
George Stephens, St. John's Darlington, aged 13, November 18. 
Left 1887. 2 School 

XV. 1886. VIII. 1887. Scholar of Jesus College, Oxford, 1887. Second Class 
Classical Moderations, 1889. Second Class Final Classics, 1891. B.A. 1892, M.A. 
1895. Ordained 1896. Assistant Curate of Cirencester, from 1898. 

Till, Ernest Wentwortb, son of Edward Till, Esq., Canbury Lodge, 
Kingston-on-Thames, aged 15, September 3. Left 1883. 2 School 
Of 20, Court Yard, Eltham, Kent. 

Townend, William, son of Joseph Winsley Townend, Esq., Cullingworth, 
Bingley, Yorkshire, aged 15, September 4. Left 1883. 3 School 
In business at Bradford. 

Whishaw, Alfred Bertram, son of Alfred Henry Whishaw, Esq., St. Peters- 
burg, care of J. Todd, Esq., All Hallow's Chambers, Lombard 
Street, London, E.C., aged 13, February 7. Left 1887. 2 School 

XV. 1885, 1886. A Medical Student. Returned to St. Petersburg, August, 1891. 

Bell, Charles Meredith, son of G. M. Bell, Esq., Manor House, Hook, 
Surbiton, aged 16, June 14. Left 1884. 3 Bowden Smith 

Manager of Estates, Wentwood, Otago, New Zealand. 

Bird, Francis Charlton, son of Edward Johns Bird, Esq., Barton Hall, 
Burton-on-Trent, aged 13, Oct. 5. Left 1885. 3 Bowden Smith 

Of Hatton House, Tutbury. 

Bowden Smith, Harold, eighth son of the Rev. Philip Bowden Smith, 
(O.K. 1844), Assistant Master at Rugby School, aged 14, July 5. 
Left 1887. 8 Bowden Smith 

XI, 1886, 1887. Keble College, Oxford, B.A. 1892, M.A. 1894. Ordained 1895 
Chaplain, R.I.E. College, Cooper's Hill, 1897-1900. Rector of Yattendon, 
Newbury, Berks, from 1900. 

Dixon, Lennox Burton, eldest son of James Willis Dixon, Esq , West- 
bourne, Sheffield, aged 14, June 2. Left 1886. 3 Bowden Smith 

In business. Of More Hall, Bolsterstone, Sheffield. 



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Dllffield, Arthur Stewart, son of William Ward Duffield, Esq., Brownings, 
Ohelmsford, aged 15, September 6. Left 1885. 3 Bowden Smith 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1889, M.A. 1895. Admitted a Solicitor, 1894. Of 
40, New Broad Street, London, E.G., and Chelmsford. 

Murray, Alan Beville, son of Major Harvey Young Murray, Nusserabad, 
India, care of T. W. Flavelle, Esq., 14, Devonport Street, London, 
W., aged 14, September 8. Left 1883. 2 Bowden Smith 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery February 17th, 1891. Indian Staff Corps. 
Captain 1899. Served in Burma 1892, and 1895-96. 

Pattinson, Kichard Everard, son of Hugh Lee Pattinson, Esq., Scots 
House, West Boldeu, Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 13, November 27. 
Left 1883. 2 Bowden Smith 

In business. Of Fenchurch House, 5, Fenchurch Street, London, B.C. 
Adams, William, eldest son of William Adams, Esq., (o.n. 1849), Stoke- 
upon-Trent, aged 14, August 12. Left 1887. x Hutchinson 

A Colliery and Pottery Owner at Tunstall, Staffs. Of Moreton House, Wolstanton, 
Stoke-upon-Trent. 

Cassels, Kenneth Scougall, son of Andrew Cassels, Esq., 51, Cleveland 
Square, London, W., aged 13, June 5. Left 1885. 3 Hutchinson 

Sandhurst 1888. Gazetted to the 1st Battalion The Hampshire Regiment, 
October 23, 1889. Lieutenant 1891. Captain, Indian Staff Corps 1900. Junior 
United Service Club. 

Onions, John Coilingwood, eldest son of John Collingwood Onions, Esq., 
J.P., The Grange, Tyseley, Birmingham, aged 13, November 29. 
Left 1886. 3 Hutchinson 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1890. M.A. 1895. Ordained 1891. Rector of 
Ashton, Chudleigh, Devon, from 1897. 

Speed, Edwin Arney, son of Robert Henry Speed, Esq., The Park, 
Nottingham, aged 13, March 11. Left 1887. 8 Hutchinson 

Scholar 1882. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1887. Scholar of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, 1883. B.A. First Class Classical Tripos 1890. LL.B. and M.A. 1894. 
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1893. Attorney-General, Lagos, West Africa, 
from 1900. 

Weeden, Edward St. Clair, only son of Edward Charles Weeden, Esq., 
Park Villa. Eastbourne, aged 15, July 12. Left 1886. 2 Hutchinson 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1890. M.A. 1893. Ordained 1895. Minor Canon of 
Chester Cathedral, 1QOO-03. Vicar of Canon Frome, and Rector of Munsley, 
Hereford, from 1903. 

Murray-Browne, Cecil, son of Thomas Lloyd Murray-Browne, Esq., 47, 
West Parade, Ehyl, aged 13, November 17. Left 1885. 1 Scott 

Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 1894. 

Chamberlin, Robert Marshall, son of Alexander Robert Chamberliu, Esq., 
The Grove, Norwich, aged 14, March 21. Left 1884. Scott 

In business at Norwich. Of Christchurch Road, Norwich. 

Fairclough, James Stanley, son of James Stanley Fairclough, Esq., 
Ellerslie, Aughton, Ormskirk, aged 14, Aug. 7. Left 1883. 2 Scott 

Tn business as a Cotton Broker in Liverpool. 

Parran, George Erie, eldest son of Francis Henry Farran, Esq., Belcamp, 
Wimbledon, aged 14, June 14. Left 1886. 2 Scott 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1891, M.A. 1894. Ordained 1892. Diocesan Missioner 
at All Saints, Chiswick, from 1901. 

Harding, William Grosvenor, eldest son of William Septimus Harding, 
Esq., Englefield, Harborne, Birmingham, aged 14, July 26. 
Left 1886. 2 Scott 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1886. Gazetted to the 1st Battalion The Lincolnshire 
Regiment, December 21, 1889. Captain 1897. Served in the South African War, 
1902, April and May. 




92 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Hay, John James, only son of the late James Hay, and ward of J. Pringle, 
Esq., Glaremont Park, Leith, Edinburgh, aged 15, May 20. 
Left 1884.* Scott 

University College, Oxford, 1887. 

Kelvey, Arthur Robert, second son of Charles Kelvey, Esq., 29, Norfolk 
Road, Avenue Road, London, N.W., aged 13, October 8. 
Left 1886. 1 Scott 

In an Auctioneer's Office, 1891. 

Howard, John Cephas, son of Edward Carrington Howard, Esq., Poynton 
Birches, Stockport, aged 14, March 26. Left 1884. 1 Scott 

Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion The Cheshire Eegiment, March 9, 1891. Captain, 
Lancashire Fusiliers, 1898. Reserve of Officers, 1903. Of Brinnington, Mine- 
head, Somerset. Wellington Club, London. 

Lomax, Charles Edward, second son of Thomas Openshaw Lomax, Esq., 
(O.K. 1852), Bodfaoh, Llanfyllin, R.S.O., Montgomeryshire, aged 
14, January 20. Left 1886* Scott 

Of Villa Norge, Llanfyllin, near Oswestry. 

Schwabe, Herbert Priestley, second son of Henry Albert Schwabe, Esq., 
Lymm, Cheshire, aged 14, March 9. Left 1883. 3 Scott 

In business in Manchester. Of Heathwaite, Knutsford, Cheshire. 

Bond, Reginald, eldest son of the Rev. John Bond, Anderley, Alford, 
Lincolnshire, afterwards Archdeacon of Stow, aged 13, January 
24. Leftl888. 2 Elsee 

Magdalen College, B.A. 1891, M.A. 1901. Ordained 1892. Vicar of St. Mark's, 
Holbeach Marsh, from 1897. 

Fairhurst, James Ashton, only son of Thomas Fairhurst, Esq., Kilbey, 
Worthington, Wigan, aged 15, February 16. Left 1885. 2 Elsee 

Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1888, M.A. 1892. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
1892. Of Walton -on-the -Hill, Stafford. Junior Athenaeum Club. 

Lees, Arthur John, son of John Lees, Esq., Slade Hill, Wolverhampton, 
aged 14, October 4. Left 1884. 3 Elsee 

Admitted a Solicitor April, 1890. Birmingham Law Society's Gold Medal. Of 
54, Parliament Street, Westminster, London, S.W. 

Livingstone, William Ramsay, eldest son of George Ramsay Livingstone, 
Esq., Sandy way, Claughton, Birkenhead, aged 14, June 11. Left 

1886. 2 Elsee 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1890. M.A. 1894. Ordained 1893. Assistant Curate 
at Preston, Lancashire, 1903. 

Melly, Henry Greg, seventh son of Charles Pierre Melly, Esq., (O.K. 1844), 
Riversley, Aigburth, Liverpool, aged 13, October 23. Left 

1886. 3 Elsee 

An Electrical Engineer. Of Riversley, Aigburth. 

Bateson, Edward, son of the late Rev. William Henry Bateson, D.D., 
Master of St. John's College, Cambridge, care of Mrs. Bateson, 
12, Queen Anne Terrace, Cambridge, aged 13, September 29. 
Left 1885. 1 Lee Warner 

Exhibitioner of King's College, Cambridge, 1888. Scholar 1889. B.A. First Class 
Historical Tripos 1890. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1896. Stipendary at 
Mauritius 1901. Attorney -General of St. Lucia from December, 1903. 

Drummond, James Iver Macpherson, son of William Venn Drummond, 
Esq., Shanghai, China, aged 13, October 4. Left 1885. 2 Lee Warner 
In the Chinese Maritime Customs Department 1891. 



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Mander, John Harold, son of the late Charles B. Mander, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Mander, The Mount, Wolverhampton, aged 13, August 3. 
Left 1888. 1 Lee Warner 

XV. 1886, 1387. VIII. 1886, 1837. Racquets 1883. Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
1888. Gazetted to the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry July 16, 1890. Captain 
1899. Served in the South African War 1899-1900. Slightly wounded at Paarde- 
berg. Despatches. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. Care of Cox & Co., 
16, Charing Cross. 

Ramsay, George, son of William Ramsay, Esq., (o R. 1844), Nasik, Bombay 
Civil Service, aged 13, October 25. Left 1886. 3 Lee Warner 

King's College, London, Medical Student, 1887. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1892. 
Captain, Indian Medical Service. Residency Surgeon and Political Agent at 
Baghdad, where he died 24th March, 1902. 

Ratcliff, William Milner, eldest son of Daniel Rowlinson Ratcliff, Esq., 
Great Alne Hall, Alccster, aged 14,May 12. Left 1887. 2 Lee Warner 

XI. 1887. Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1891. M.A. 1895. Admitted a Solicitor 
1896. Of 1, Campden Hill Gardens, London, W. New Oxford and Cambridge 
Club. 

Homer, Ralph Cudworth, son of Robert Romer, Esq., Q.C., (afterwards 

Sir R. Romer, a Justice of the High Court), Grenville Place, 

South Kensington, aged 14, June 22. Left 1885. 2 Lee Warner 

Articled to a Solicitor. In the Lunacy Office, Royal Courts of Justice. Of Oak 

Dene, Tanbridge, near Oxted, Surrey. 

Allman, James Abraham, only son of Richard Lane A 11 man, Esq , Wood- 
lands, Bandon, aged 15, June 15. Left 1885. 2 Whitelaw 

Of Woodlands, Bandon, Co. Cork, Ireland. 

Ashby, Harold Glover, son of W. G. Ashby, Esq., St. John's Common, 
Burgess Hill, Sussex, aged 16, April 13. Left 188i. 3 Whitelaw 

Died October 4, 1887. 

Whitelaw, 1'rancis, eldest son of Robert Whitelaw, Esq., Assistant Master 
at Rugby School, aged 14, May 22. Left 1887. 5 Whitelaw 

M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P., 1896. Practising at Black Torrington, N. Devon. 

Leverson, Harry Adolphe, second son of James Leverson, Esq., 1, Marl- 
borough Gate, London, W., aged 14, May 3. Leftl886. 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1882. Sandhurst 1890. Gazetted to West India Regiment, 1892. Royal 
Inniskilling Fusiliers, 1895. Captain 1899. Served in the South African War, 
1899-1900. Relief of Ladysmith, and Battle of Colenso. Severely wounded. 
Queen's Medal with two Clasps. Army and Navy Club. 

Haggle, Charles James, son of Peter Haggle, Esq., Cleadon Park, South 
Shields, aged 15, June 13. Left 1883. 2 Michell 

Died in 1887. 

Harrison, Willoughby Hyde, son of Alfred Hyde Harrison, Esq., 
Dunchurch, aged 14, February 16. Left 1884. 3 Michell 

XV. 1884. Oxford Military College, 1885. Gazetted to the 1st Battalion The 
Border Regiment (34th), 1890. Army Service Corps, May 19, 1891. Captain 1895. 
Served in the South African War, 1899-1900 and 1902. Came home with sun- 
stroke, and is hopelessly invalided. Retired 1903. 

Jobling, John Beresford, son of Major Alfred Jobling, Seaton Lodge, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 12, October 21. Left 1885. 1 Michell 

Gazetted to the 4th (Militia) Battalion The Liverpool Regiment, January 9. 1889. 
Captain 1891. Served in the South African War, 1900-1902. 

Piffard, Guerard Robert Eyre, son of Albert Piffard, Esq., Felden, Box- 
moor, Herts, aged 13, April 29. Michell 

Died at School, July 5, 1883. 

Seckham, Gerald James Thorne, third son of Samuel Lipscomb Seckham, 
Esq., Beacon House, Lichfield, aged 14, Oct. 21. Left 1885. 2 Michell 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1889, M.A. 1898. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1891. Of 4, Stone Buildings, London, W.C. Junior Athenaeum Club. 



94 Jen-Blake, 1874-87. 

Austen, Frank, second son of Ambrose Austen, Esq., Hillmorton Road, 
Rugby, aged 12, January 13. Left 1886. 3 Town 

Heidelberg 1887. On a Tea Estate, 1890-94. In Ceylon and Australia, 1895-1901. 
Address, care of Messrs. Mander Bros., Wolverhampton. 

Lowndes, John Gordon, son of Colonel John Henry Lowndes, Rugby, 
aged 13, September 27. Left 1883. 8 Town 

Gazetted to the 1st Battalion The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment July 30, 
1890. Captain 1901. Served in the South African War 1899-1900. Defence of 
Kimberley. Severely wounded in a sortie. 

Wright, Charles Lingham, second son of the Rev. George Farncomb 
Wright, Overslade, Rugby, afterwards Rector of Lamborne, 
Romford, aged 15, June 4. Left 1886. 2 Town 

Assistant Master 1889-1903, and Headmaster from January, 1904, of a Preparatory 
School at May Place, Malvern Wells. Blenheim Club. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1883. 

Adkins, Arthur Sutton, son of George Adkins, Esq., The Lightwoods, 
Birmingham, aged 14, November 6. Left 1886. 3 School 

Sandhurst 1888. Gazetted to the 1st Battalion The Sherwood Foresters (45th) 
Regiment, November 9, 1889. Captain 1897. Retired. 

Blyth, Herbert William, son of James Blyth, Esq., 2, Park Crescent, 
Portland Place, London, W., aged 14, March 1. Left 1885. 2 School 
In business. A Member of the Firm of W. and A. Gilbey, Pantheon, London. 
Devonshire Club. O; 33, Portland Place, London, W. 

Burgess, Gilbert Turner, second son of John Bagnold Burgess, Esq., 
A.R.A., 205, Maida Vale, London, W., aged 14, May 29. Left 
1884. 3 School 

In a Mercantile Office 1891. Afterwards a Journalist. Of 12, Ovington Gardens, 
London, S.W. Devonshire Club. 

Hill, Alfred Rowley, son of the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Sodor 
and Man, Bishop's Court, Isle of Man, aged 14, December 24. 
Left 1883. 3 School 

Postlethwaite, John Harold, son of the Rev. John Postlethwaite, Wreaks 
End, Broughton-in-Furness, aged 13, June 7. Left 1883. 3 School 

Farming in New Zealand 1887. Manager of a Fruit Farm 1904. Rhodes' Fruit 
Farm, Vredenberg, P.O., Bosnian's Siding, Cape Colony. 

Stamer, Arthur Cowie, fifth son of the Venerable Sir Lovelace Tomlinson 
Stamer, Bart., afterwards Bishop Suffragan of Shrewsbury, 
(O.K. 1843), Cliffville, Stoke-upon-Trent, aged 13, March 7. Left 
1887. 2 School 

A Mechanical Engineer and Member of the Institution. Locomotive Superin- 
tendent, Southern Division, N.E. Railway. Of Stamford House, Holgate, York. 

Bryce-Smith, A mold, third son of Bryce-Smith, Esq., Rye Bank, Ghorlton- 
cum-Hardy, Manchester, aged 14, May 6. Left 1885. 3 Bowden Smith 
In business in Manchester. Of 16, Nicholas Street, Manchester. 

Davies, Cyril Proodvale, eldest son of John Morgan Davies, Esq., Frood- 
vale, Llandilo, aged 15, January 11. Left 1885. 1 Bowden Smith 

R.A. College, Cirencester, 1889. Diploma 1891. Fellow of the Surveyors' 
Institution and a Land Agent. J.P. for Carmarthenshire. Of 10, Spilman Street, 
Carmarthen. 

Nisbet, Francis Courtenay, son of Harry Curtis Nisbet, Esq., (o.R. 1844), 
Manor House, Sidcup, Kent, aged 14, January 18. Left 
1888. 2 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1886, 1887. Sandhurst 1889. Gazetted to 1st Battalion The Gloucestershire 
Regiment (28th), March 29, 1890. Captain 1900. Served in the South African 
War 1899-1901. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. Home address, The Old House, 
Wimbledon. 



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Agnew, Frank, second son of Charles Swain Agnew, Esq., Beechwoods, 
Prestwich, aged 13, April 20. Left 1888. 1 Hutchinson 

XV. 1886, 1887. Of 5, Mount Street, Manchester. 

Howard, John Grantley, son of George Howard, Esq., Oaklands, Crickle- 
wood, Middlesex, aged 12, February 20. Left 1887. 3 Hutchinson 
XI. 1887. Of 7, Lyndhurst Road, Hampstead, London, N.W. 

Overton, George Cecil Eudall, son of William Henry Overton, Esq., J.P., 
(O.K. 1850), Frimstone Lodge, Liphook, Hants, aged 13, October 8. 
Left 1888. 3 Hutchinson 

XV. 1888. VIII. 1888. Gazetted to The Royal Fusiliers 1893. Captain 1899. 
Served in the South African War 1899-1902. Relief of Ladysmith, including 
Tugela Heights, and Pieter's Hill, and operations in various parts to end of war. 
Despatches. Queen's Medal with five Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 
Home address, as above. 

Smith, Harold Duke, son of Aston William Smith, Esq., 3, Merton Road, 
Bootle, Liverpool, aged 15, October 31. Left 1885. 3 Hutchinson 

A Civil Engineer, Telford Prizeman. Engaged on Manchester Ship Canal and 
various Railways 1889. On the Staff of the Great Western Railway, Engineers' 
Office, Paddington, London, W. 

Addington, Luke Danby, son of L. D. Addington, Esq., Carlton Road, 
Putney Hill, London, S.W., aged 14, January 20. Left 1883. 3 Scott 
Died before 1891. 

Dowson, Edgar Enfield, eldest son of the Rev. Henry Enfield Dowson, 
Unitarian Manse. Gee Cross, Manchester, aged 14, January 19. 
Left 1887. 8 Scott 

Of Shaw Lane, Dinting, near Manchester. 

Hilleary, George Edward, son of Frederick Edward Hilleary, Esq , Blake 
flousei Stratford, Essex, aged 13, January 28. Left 1884. 2 Scott 

Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1889. M.A. 1893. Admitted a Solicitor 1893. 
Coroner for West Ham. Of 5, Fenchurch Buildings, London, E.G. 

Hodgson, Charles Greaves, son of the Rev. Francis Greaves Hodgson, 
(O.R. 1856), Pilton, Oundle, aged 13, March 14. Left 1882. 2 Scott 
Oriel College, B.A. 1892. M.A. 1895. Ordained 1894. Assistant Curate of St. 
Wilfrid's, Haywards Heath, from 1894. 

Binney, James, youngest son of the late E. W. Binney, Esq., ward of the 
Rev. William Price Jones, Glee, Grimsby, aged 14, August 14. 
Left 1885. 3 Elsee 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1892. M.A. 1898. Called to the Bar, Middle 
Temple, 1894. J.P. and D.L. for Cambridgeshire. Of Pampisford Hall, Cambridge. 
Union Club. 

Ritchie, Harry Oliphant, fourth son of William Ritchie, Esq., Dunnottar 
House, Stonehaven, N.B., aged 15, August 18. Left 1885. 3 Elsee 

Merton College, Oxford, B.A. 1890. 

Ritchie, Frederick, fifth son of the above William Ritchie, Esq., aged 13, 
November 8. Left 188 5. 2 Elsee 

Merton College, Oxford, B.A. 1890. 

Brown, Gilbert Noel, third son of John Henry Brown, Esq., Pelham 
Crescent, Nottingham, aged 15, May 20. Left 1885. 2 Whitelaw 

In business at Nottingham from 1886. Of Wheeler Gate, Nottingham. 

Fowler, William Edward Eddison, son of Robert Fowler, Esq., Hillsboro', 
West Dulwich, aged 14, March 22. Left 1884. 3 Whitelaw 

In a Stockbroker's Office in London 1891. 

Hill, Richard, son of James Hill, Esq., Riga, Russia, aged 14, June 9. 
Left 1884. 3 Whitelaw 

Sheep Farming in Australia 1891. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Beale, Hubert Kenrick, eldest son of Charles Gabriel Beale, Esq., 51, 
Carpenter Road, Birmingham, aged 13, November 13. Left 
1887. 3 Lee Warner 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1891. M.A. 1901. Admitted a Solicitor 1895. 
Of Maple Bank, Bdgbaston, Birmingham. 

Lascelles, Gerald Claud, son of the Right Hon. Frank Cavendish Lascelles, 
British Consul at Sophia, afterwards G.C.M.G., British Minister 
at Teheran, aged 13, July 19. Left 1887. 2 Lee Warner 

In the Foreign Office from 1894. Vice Consul at Tunis 1897. Transferred to 
Messina 1901. 

Pirie, Arthur Murray, son of Gordon Pirie, Esq., Stoneywood, Aberdeen- 
shire, and Chateau do Varennes, La Poissonniere, Maine et Loire, 
France, aged 13. May 3. Left 1886. 3 Lee Warner 

VIII. 1885, 18S6. Sandhurst 1888. Gazetted to the 21st Hussars, January 30, 

1890. Captain 1899. Served in the Nile Expedition, 1898. Battle of Khartoum. 
Slightly wounded. Despatches, D.S.O. Egyptian Medal with Clasp, and 
British Medal. Fourth Class Medjidie. 

Wood, Guy Edward Mills, son of Thomas Wood, Esq., Upper Montague 
Street, Russell Square, London, W.C., aged 13, February 5. 
Left 1885. 2 Lee Warner 

Durham University, M.B. 1890. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1890. House Physician 
at University College Hospital. 1891. Of 49, Gordon Square, London, W.C. 

Jessop, John Reginald, second son of William Jessop, Esq., (o R. 1851), 
Wargrave, Henley-on-Thames, aged 15, September 13. Left 
1885. 1 Michell 

Farming in Norfolk. Of Blofield, Norwich. 

Lloyd, Walter Evans, third son of Abraham Evans Lloyd, Esq., Brackley 
House, Worsley, Manchester, aged 14, July 18. Left 1885.* Michell 

Owens College, Manchester (Chemistry). In business from 1885. Of Stoneleigh, 
Swinley Road, Wigan. 

Basset-Lewis, Ilbert Cornish, only son of Major Charles Basset- 
Lewis, 46, Marine Terrace, Aberystwith, aged 14, April 28. 
Left 1886. 2 Michell 

Died July 29, 1890. 

Webb, Montague Edward, eldest son of Arthur William Webb, Esq., Bore- 
ham Wood, Elstree, Herts, aged 14, Dec. 3. Left 1884. 2 Michell 

Ordained 1893. Working in Diocese of Nassau, from 1893. In charge of St. 
Stephen's, Bimini, Bahamas, 1901. Of Fresh Creek, Andros, Bahamas, 1904. 

Vicars, Edward Robert Eckersall, son of the late Edward Armstrong 
Vicars, Esq., care of Mrs. Vicars, Woodville House, Rugby, aged 
13. March 6. Left 1887. 2 Town 

In the Diplomatic Service, Foreign Office, since May, 1889. A Second Secretary 
from 1896. Has been Secretary to Delegates at various Conferences. An 
Assistant Clerk, Foreign Office, from 1903. 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1883. 

Courage, Harry Ernest, eldest son of Henry Courage, Esq., The Red 
House, Leatherhead, aged 13, July 17. Left 1885. 3 School 

Gazetted to the 3rd (Militia) Battalion The Northamptonshire Regiment, May 5, 

1891. Of Pitsford Hall, Northampton. White's Club. 

Inman, Harold Stanley, third son of Charles Inman, Esq., Old Hall, Spital, 
Birkenhead, aged 13, May 12. Left 1883 3 School 

In the Bank of England from 1887. Assistant Secretary, 1903. Of Tattenham 
Lodge, Tadworth, Epsom. 



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Eustace-Smith, Lancelot, son of Thomas Eustace- Smith, Esq., M.P., 52, 
Prince's Gate, London, S.W., aged 14, May 15. Left 1887. 1 School 
Director of a Dock Company. Of Benton, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Castens, George Emil, second son of Emilius Castens, Esq., Port Elizabeth, 
Cape of Good Hope, aged 14, Sept. 27. Left 1886.* Bowden Smith 

XV. 1885. Formerly in business at Port Elizabeth. In Rhodesia, 1904. Umtali 
Club, Rhodesia. 

Greg, Percival Henry, son of Eustace Greg, Esq., (O.K. 1850), Ashburton 
House, Putney Heath, afterwards of 21, Kensington Gore, London, 
S.W., aged 14, December 28. Left 1884. 2 Bowden Smith 

Address, 21, Kensington Gore, London, S.W. 

Scott, Leslie Frederic, eldest son of the Hon. Mr. Justice John Scott, 
Bombay, aged 13, October 29. Left 1888, 2 Bowden Smith 

Scholar 1884. Exhibitioner of New College, Oxford, 1889. Second Class Classical 
Moderations, 1890. B.A., Second Class, Final Classical School, 1892, M.A. Called 
to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1894, Northern Circuit. Of Hilgrove, Bidston. Birken- 
head. 

Cayley, Hugh Charles, only son of Sir Richard Gayley, 16, Morland Road, 
Addiscombe, aged 13, August 6. Left 1888. 2 Hutchinson 

Scholar 1884. At Trinity College, Cambridge, B. A., Second Class, Classical Tripos, 
Part I., 1891. Of Riverside, California, U.S.A. New University Club. 

Coode, Charlie Louis, second son of William Coode, Esq., Trevarner, St. 
AustelPs, aged 13, August 20. Left 1884. 8 Hutchinson 

At R.I.E.C., Cooper's Hill, 1891. Assistant Engineer, Bengal Assam Railway. 
Died in Assam, 1894. 

Hanson, Francis Stanhope, son of Sir Reginald Hanson, afterwards Lord 
Mayor of London and created a Baronet, (O.K. 1856), 47, Botolph 
Lane, London, E.C., aged 14, October 3. Left 1887. 1 Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1891. One of H.M.'s Lieutenants for the City. 
Of 43, Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, London, W. 

Harvey, Henry Paul, ward of C. Lethbridge, Esq., 25, Abingdon Street, 
Westminster, aged 13, October 1. Left 1888. 2 Hutchinson 

Scholar 1833. XV. 1887. VIII. 1888. Minor Exhibitioner, 1883. New College, 
Oxford, Second Class, Classical Moderations, 1886, B.A., First Class, Final Classics 
1892. Passed for Home Civil Service, 1893. A Senior Clerk, War Office. Was 
Private Secretary to Lord Lansdowne when War Minister, 1895-1900. Of The 
Close, Salisbury. 

Knowles, Edgar, third son of John Knowles, Esq., Westwood, Pendlebury, 
Manchester, aged 14, April 5. Left 1886. 1 Hutchinson 

In business 1891. Farming in New Mexico, 1904. 

Ellis, Thomas, eldest son of Thomas RatclifEe Ellis, Esq., The Hollies, 
Wigan, aged 14, April 15. Left 1887. 2 Scott 

Admitted a Solicitor 1893. Of 6, Strand, London, W.C., and Wigan. 

Sargant, Francis William, son of the late Henry Sargant, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Sargant, 56, Belsize Park, London, N.W., aged 13, January 
10. Leftl887. 3 Scott 

New College, Oxford, 1889. A Sculptor in Italy. 

Erichsen, Frederick Ole, son of Hermann Ghastav Erichsen, Esq., Upper 
Tooting, London, S.W., aged 13, August 3. Left 1887.* Elsee 

A Mechanical Engineer. 

Harland, Albert, second son of the Rev. Albert Augustus Harland, Vicar 
of Harefield, Uxbridge, aged 13, September 6. Left 1884.* Elsee 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 1889. A Managing Director, Westbrook Mills, 
Sheffield. Of 10, Psalter Lane, 
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98 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 

Herapath, Alfred Edward, son of Alfred Newton Herapath, Esq,, Canynge 
Road, Clifton, Bristol, aged 14, February 16. Left 1886. 3 Elsee 

Merton College, Oxford, 1838. Candidate for Royal Irish Constabulary 1891. 

Mappin, Walter John, eldest son of John Newton Mappin, Esq., Southgate, 
Middlesex, aged 15, February 16. Left 1888. 2 Elsee 

In business in London. Of Mount Grace, Potter's Bar, London, N. 

Michel, Charles Louis Jackson, son of John Michel, Esq., Mussorie, 
Dasnah,Gazabad,KW.P.,India,agedl4,Aprilll. Left 1884. 2 Elsee 
Went to India. 

Reid, Philip John, eldest son of Hugh Gilzean Reid, Esq., afterwards 
Knight, Middlesborough, aged 15, March 3. Left 1885. 2 Elsee 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1888. A Journalist. Of Germain Cottage, 
Marske-by-Sea, Yorkshire, 

Smith, Charles Henry, son of Henry Smith, Esq., Ellerker Hall, Hull, 
aged 14, October 30. Left 1885. 3 Elsee 

In business as a Timber Merchant. Of Ellerker Hall, Hull. 

Evers, Frank Percival, eldest son of Frank Evers, Esq., White Hall, 
Stourbridge, aged 14, October 26. Left 1886. 3 Lee Warner 

Admitted a Solicitor 1892. Practising at Stourbridge. Of Thicknall Rise, Clent, 
Stourbridge. 

Gaddum, George Percy, third son of Henry Theodore Gaddum, Esq., 
Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 13, July 1. Left 1886. 2 Lee Warner 

A Tea Planter in Ceylon. Of Goua Adika Estate, Gampola, Ceylon. 

Gwyn, Reginald Preston Jermy, only son of Captain Reginald Thursby 
Gwyn, Denes, Great Yarmouth, and 7, Belmont, Bath, aged 13, 
July 7. Left 1884. 3 Lee Warner 

Sandhurst 1889. Gazetted to the 5th Lancers May, 1890. Captain 1900. Served 
in the South African War 1899-1901, including actions at Elandslaagte, Rietfon- 
tein, and Lombards Kop. Defence of Ladysmith, including sortie of 10th 
December, 1899, and action of 6th January, 1900. Later operations in various 
parts. Queen's Medal with five Clasps. Of Plumstead, Norfolk. 

Marshall, John, second son of John Marshall, Esq., Headingley, Leeds, 
aged 14, March 12. Left 1888 2 Lee Warner 

King's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1891. Of Derwent Island, Keswick. 

Bond, William Cotesworth, third son of Frank Walters Bond, Esq., Wargrave, 
Henley-on-Thames, aged 14. January 5. Left 1885. 2 Whitelaw 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 1888. In business in London. Of 21, Kensington 
Court, London, S.W. Reform Club. 

Edlin, Edward Frederick Holberton, son of Edward Holberton Edlin, Esq., 
6, Seaton Terrace, Plymouth, aged 16, July 2. Left 1885. 2 Whitelaw 

Admitted a Solicitor 1890. Practising at Singapore from 1893. 

Jackson, George Frederick, second son of John Jackson, Esq., Wilbury 
Rocks, Eastbourne, aged 14, June 22. Left 1887. 2 Whitelaw 

XI. 1885, 1886, 1887. XV. 1886. Of Says Law, Eastbourne. 

James, William Edward, son of Levi James, Esq., J.P., St. Mary Street, 
Cardigan, aged 15, September 16. Left 1886. 2 Whitelaw 

XV. 1884,* 1885. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. Third Class Law School 
1889. Admitted a Solicitor 1896. Practising at Cardigan. 

Lambert, Edward Frank, son of Thomas Lambert, Esq., 39, Upper Talbot 
Street, Nottingham, aged 15, March 9. Left 1885. 1 Whitelaw 

A Musical Composer. Of 20, Woronzow Road, St. John's Wood, London. Cocoa 
Tree Club. 



Jex-Bla~ke, 1874-87. 99 

Wadlow, Francis Thomas, son of Thomas Wadlow, Esq., The Uplands, 
Shifnal, Salop, aged 14, November 3. Left 1885. 1 Whitelaw 

In business at Melbourne, Victoria. Died at Paramatta, 8th May, 1902. 

Blasson, Cecil, second son of William Blasson, Esq., M.D., Ivy House, 
Edgware, aged 14, December 26. Left 1886. 1 Michell 

Farming in Manitoba since 1888. Home address, 23, Seymour Sti'eet, London, W. 

Clayton-Browne, William Dealtry, son of Captain Clayton-Browne, 
28, St. Aubyn's Road, Norwood, S.E., aged 14, September 29. 
Left 1884. 1 ' Michell 

Fison, Harry Leonard, second son of Edward Fison, Esq., Ipswich, aged 
14, January 11. Left 1885. 2 Miehell 

In business at Ipswich from 1885. Of Allington House, Ipswich. 

Keogh, Hugh Clopton, son of Colonel John Henry Keogh, Kilbride, Carlow, 
aged 13, January 4. Left 1885. 1 Michell 

Of Kilbride, Tullow, Co. Carlow. Died about 1900. 

Palmer, Walter Orbell Horace, only son of Walter Orbell Palmer, Esq., 
Bradfield St. George, Bury St. Edmunds, aged 14, December 20. 
Left 1887. 2 Michell 

VIII. 1887. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1890. Student of the Inner Temple 
1890. Of 22, Northgate Street, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. Junior Constitutional 
Club. 

Parker, John Gerald Skipwith, son of the late John Skipwith Parker, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Parker, Horton Crescent, .Rugby, aged 13, October 20. 
Left 1885. 3 Town 

A Clerk in the Bank of England 1885-1888. A House Clerk on the London Stock 
Exchange. Of 9, Eaton Rise, Baling. 

Rhoades, Henry Gabriel, third son of Henry Tull Khoades, Esq., (o.n!847), 
Headmaster of the Lower School o Lawrence Sheriff, Rugby, 
aged 13, April 11. Left 1889. 1 Town 

Militia 1889-1891 . An Assistant Master in a Private School in Hamilton. Of 108, 
Maria Street, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. 

Rundle, Charles James Frank Skyring, son of the late Major Aldborough 
Richardson Bundle, care of Mrs. Rundle, Horton Crescent, Rugby, 
aged 13, August 2. Left 1886. 1 Town 

On a Cattle Ranche in California till 1899. Served in the South African War 
1900-1902, as a Trooper in the Natal Carbineers, and subsequently with a Com- 
mission as Lieutenant in the Volunteer Composite Regiment. Farming near 
Vreiheid, Natal, from 1903. Vreiheid Club, Natal. 

Sadd, Herbert John, son of Frederick George Sadd, Esq,, 50, Church 
Street, Rugby, aged 14, July 26. Left 1885. 2 Town 

Died of Rheumatic fever in September, 1886. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1883. 

Calderon, George Leslie, fifth son of Philip Hermogenes Calderon, Esq., 
R.A., 16, Grove End Road, London, N.W., aged 14, December 2. 
Left 1887. 2 School 

Scholar 1883. Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1887. Exhibitioner of Trinity 
College, Oxford, B.A. 1891, M.A. 1894. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1894. 
Civil Service, British Museum, 1900-3. Author of " The Adventures of Downy 
V. Green," 1902, " Dwala," 1904. Of Heathland Lodge, Vale of Health, Hampstead. 

Lingard-Guthrie, Roger Christian, son of the Rev. Roger Rowson 
Lingard-Guthrie, Taybank, near Dundee, aged 14, June 20. 
Left 1887. 3 School 

Edinburgh University, M.B. 1895. 



100 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Henderson, John George Barren, eldest son of William Horn Henderson, 
Esq., Nether Parkley, Liulithgow, aged 13, June 26. Left 
1887.* School 

Edinburgh University, M.A. 1891. Writer to the Signet, 1894. County Clerk, &c., 
of Linlithgowshire, from 1901. Of Nether Parkley, Linlithgow. 

King, Leonard William, third son of Robert King, Esq , Fern House, 
Upper Clapton, London, aged 13, Dec. 8. Left 1888. 8 School 

King's College, Cambridge, B.A., First Class, Theological Tripos, 1891, M.A. 1895. 
F.S.A. Assistant to Keeper of Assyrian and Egyptian Antiquities, British 
Museum, from 1892. Author of Works on Assyrian Subjects. Of 36, Great 
Ormond Street, London, W.C., and as above. 

MacEwen, Maurice Lilburn, son of the late William Lilburn MacEwen, 
Esq., and of Mrs. Syme, 10, Buckingham Terrace, Edinburgh, 
aged 14, April 13. Left 1887. 8 School 

XV. 1886, 1887. Sandhurst 1888. Gazetted to the 16th Lancers, April 13, 1890. 
Captain 1897. Majer 1900. Served in the South African War, 1899-1901. 
Despatches. Brevet of Major. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 

Rawlins, Richard Walter, son of Lieutenant-Colonel John Rawlins, Earls 
Barton, Northampton, aged 13, March 15. Left 1886. 8 School 

Gazetted to the 1st Battalion (48th) Northamptonshire Regiment, June 28, 1890. 
Captain 1899. Served on the N.-W. Frontier of India, 1897-98, and with the Tirah 
Expedition. Medal with Clasp. In the South African War, 1900-1, including 
actions at Venterskroon. Lindsey, and Rhenoster River. Despatches. Queen's 
Medal with three Clasps. 

Richardson, Edwin Backhouse, son of Joseph Richardson, Esq., Potto 
Hall, Northallerton, aged 14, May 22. Left 1887. 3 School 

XV. 1886, 1887. In business as an Iron Ship-builder. J.P. and D.L. for North 
Riding of Yorkshire. Of Potto Hall, Northallerton. 

Sawers, John Lorimer, third son of the late Robert Orr Sawers, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Sawers, 7, St. John's Park, Blackheath, London, 
S.E., aged 14, August 19. Left 1886. 2 School 

M.B, London, 1893, M.D. 1897. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. Of 29, Grosvenor Road, 
Margate. 

Soames, Ward, sixth son of the Rev. Charles Soames, Mildenhall, 
Marlborough, aged 13, January 6. Left 1888. 2 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1891. A Land Agent. Of Badminton, 
Gloucestershire. New Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Stearns, William Alfred, son of Alfred Charles Stearns, Esq., Radnor 
House, Twickenham, aged 14, May 24. Left 1887. 3 School 

A Clerk at Lloyds 1888. Of The Lodge, Englefield Green, Staines. 

Wilkins, Cecil Francis, eldest son of Robert Francis Wilkins, Esq., 
10, Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Park, London, N.W., aged 13, 
May 3. Lef 1 1887. 1 School 

Crick 1886. Studied at Paris and Frankfort. Served in the South African War 
1899-1902. In Natal Mounted Rifles 1899. Commission in 6th Dragoons 1900. 
Actions at Elandslaagte, Rietfontein, Lombard's Kop. Defence of Ladysmith, 
andLaing's Nek. Queen's Medal with five Clasps. King's Medal with three Clasps. 

Bonneijee, Kamelkrishna Shelley, son of Woomesh Chunder Bonnerjee, 
Esq., 3, Hastings Street, Calcutta, aged 13, March 5. Left 
1888. 2 Bowden Smith 

Scholar 1883. New College, Oxford, B.A. 1891. Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 
1893. Practising at Calcutta. 

fiowden Smith, James Robertson, ninth son of the Rev. Philip Bowden 
Smith, (O.R. 1844), Assistant Master at Rugby School, aged 13, 
December 28. Left 1888. 3 Bowden Smith 

XI. 1887, 1888. XV. 1888. Racquets 1888. In Baring Bros. 1889-96. On the 
London Stock Exchange from 1896. Of North Looe House, Ewell, Surrey. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 101 



Chinn, Maurice Henry, son of Henry Sinclair Ghinn, Esq., The Close, 
Lichfield, aged 15, July 13. Left 1886. 2 Bowden Smith 

In a Bank at Hong Kong. Died there 1894. 

De Candolle, Richard Emile Angustin, second son of Casimir Pyramus 
DeCandolle,Esq.,Geneva,agedl4,Dec.8 Leftl887. 2 BowdenSmith 

A Law Student at Heidelberg 1891. Of Cour St. Pierre, Geneva. 

Milne, Bertram Henry Milne, eldest son of Samuel Milne Milne, Esq., 
Calverley House, Galverley, Leeds, aged 14, April 14 Lefb 

1856. 2 Bowden Smith 

XI. 1886. A Director of the Bradford Dyers' Association. 

Newbery, Stobart Bryce, eldest son of Joseph Vickers Newbery, Esq., 
Bigs weir House, Goleford, Gloucestershire, aged 14, February 24 
Left 1888. 8 Bowden Smith 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1892. Admitted a Solicitor 1896. Practising at 
Mmehead, Somerset. 

Owen, Christian Olgar Victor Foulkes, eldest son of Hugh Wynne Owen, 
Esq., 3, Park Place, St. James, London, S.W.,aged 14, August 14 
Left 1888. 3 Bowden Smith 

XI. 1888. Gold Mining in Transvaal and Rhodesia from 1892. 

Faget, Gharles John, son of the late John H. Paget, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Paget, Quorn Court, Loughborough, aged 13, September 22. 
Left 1886. 1 Bowden Smith 

Formerly in the Militia. Learning Land Agency, 1891. 

Humphreys, Cyril, son of George Humphreys, Esq., 9, St. German's 
Place, Blackheath, London, S.E., aged 13, November 11. Left 

1886. 3 Hutchinson 

Was Articled to a Chartered Accountant. 

Slaughter, Edward Mihill, eldest son of Edward Slaughter, Esq., 4, Clifton 
Park, Bristol, aged 16, July 16. Left 1884. 3 Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1889. Civil Service, Land Registry. Of Queen 
Anne's Mansions, London, S.W. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Tonks, William Henry, son of William Henry Tonks, Esq., The Rookery, 
Sutton Coldfield, aged 13, May 12. Left 1887. 3 Hutchinson 

Was apprenticed to Messrs. Tonks, Limited, Birmingham. 

Whitelock, Arthur Radclyffe, son of William Edmund Whitelock, Esq., 
The Elms, Wimbledon, aged 14, Aug. 1. Left 1887. 2 Hntchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B., 1890. M.A. and LL.M. 1894. 
Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1890. Admitted a Solicitor, 1896. Of 65 and 66, 
Chancery Lane, London, W.C., and Birmingham. 

Cochrane, Walter Neville, son of the late George Cochrane, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Cochrane, Otho Villa, Scarborough, aged 14, August 15. 
Left 1886. 1 Scott 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 13. A., Third Class Law Tripos, Part I. 1890, 
Part II., 1891. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1897. Of 2, Dr. Johnson's 
Buildings, Temple, London, E.G. 

Bradwell, Tom Barber, son of Dennis Brad well, Esq., Higher Daisy Bank, 
Congleton, aged 14, July 26. Left 1887. 1 Scott 

On the London Stock Exchange. Of 24, Warwick Road, Earls Court, London, S. 

Essex, Malcolm, sou of Alfred Essex, Esq., Arkwright Road, Hampstead, 
London, N.W., aged 14, July 7. Left 1885. 3 Scott 

Wilts Militia, 1889-91. 



102 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Maw, Arthur Matthew, son of Matthew Maw, Esq., Cleatham Hall, Kirton 
Lindsay, Lincolnshire, aged 13, October 31. Left 1886. 1 Scott 

Farming in Lincolnshire 1891. 

McMullen, Murray, fourth son of Alexander Peter McMullen, Esq., 
Hertford Castle, Hertford, aged 15, October 16. Left 1886. 3 Scott 
In South America 1891. Home as above. 

Scriven, John Barclay, son of John Barclay Scriven, Esq , 95, Oxford 
Gardens, London, W., aged 14, April 3. Left 1887. 1 Scott 

Gazetted to the 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers, March 26, 1890. Captain 1899. Major 
1902. Served in the South African War 1899-1900. Slightly wounded. Despatches. 
Queen's Medal with four Clasps. 

Mann-Thomson, Harry Douglas, son of John Mann-Thomson, Esq., 
Kilkerran, Maybole, N.B., aged 13, October 31. Left 1886. 3 Scott 

Formerly in business in Glasgow. Of Dankeith, by Kilmarnock, N.B. Cavalry 
Club. 

Bacon, John Ceesar, son of the late John Joseph Bacon, Esq., care of Mrs. 
Bacon, Seafield, St. Anne, Isle of Man, aged 13, February 26. 
Left 1886. 1 Elsee 

Hertford College, Oxford, 1888. 

Buckley, James Francis Hughes, eldest son of James Buckley, Esq., 
Bryncaerau, Llanelly, South Wales, aged 14, February 12. Left 

1888. 2 Elsee 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1892. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1894. J.P. 
for Carmarthenshire. Major Pembroke Imperial Yeomanry. Served in the 
South African War as Captain 34th LY. Of Bryncaerau Castle, Llanelly. Cavalry 
Club. 

Buckley, Joseph Henry Prichard, second son of the above James Buckley, 
Esq., aged 13, May 29. Left 1887. 2 Elsee 

Accidentally killed while walking on the Railway near Llanelly, December 30, 
1890, having saved his companion's life. 

Davies, Edward Fox St. Aubrey, son of John S. Davies, Esq., Ramsden 
Hall, Billericay, Essex, aged 14, August 31. Left 1885. 1 Elsee 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1889. On a Farm in Canada since 1890. 

Green, Charles Stevenson, son of Charles Green, Esq., 49, Carpenter Road, 
Edgbaston, aged 15, August 31. Left 1885. 1 Elsee 

A Manufacturing Jeweller. Of Selborne Road, Handsworth, Birmingham. 

Grun, Robert Honneffer James, son of M. Grun, Esq., Strawberry House, 
Chiswick, aged 14, November 9. Left 1885. 3 Elsee 

How, John Gibbon, eldest son of Frederick How, Esq., The Firelands, 
Chesham, aged 15, June 26. Left 1885. 2 Elsee 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1892. Of Kenworth, Bois Common, Bucks. 

Lewis, Robert Glynn, son of Robert Lewis, Esq., Fitzjohn's Avenue, 
Hampstead, London, N.W., aged 14, June 12. Left 1886. 2 Elsee 

XI. 1886. In the Alliance Assurance Company, 1891. 

Sloane, John Stretton, son of John Sloane, Esq., 13, Welford Place, 
Leicester, aged 13, February 18. Left 1887. 2 Elsee 

Scholar 1884 London University, B.Sc , 1891. Foster and Harvey Prizeman, 
1890, Senior Scholar 1891, at St. Bartholomew's Hospital. M.B. 1894. F.RC S 
1895. Of 82, London Road, Leicester. 

Whiteley, Arthur Sale, third son of the Rev. John Henry Whiteley, 
(o.R. 1844), St. Laurence, Chepstow, aged 14, March 31. Left 

1885. 3 Elsee 

West York Militia. Reading for the Army 1891. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 103 



Bilinski, Severin, son of His Excellency Nihad Pacha (Bliniski of Solt- 
zack de Soltzack. Galicia, Poland), Sofia, Bulgaria, aged 14, 
March 11. Left 1885. 2 Lee Warner 

In a Bank at Dundee, 1891. Has assumed the additional Surname of SANDISON 
after DE BILINSKI. 

Earle, Walter Standly, eldest son of the Rev. Walter Earle, Yarleb, 
Stafford, aged 14, June 28. Left 1886. 3 Lee Warner 

A Mining Engineer. Address, The Old House, Betchworth. 

GrOSChen, William Henry, second son of the Right Hon. George Joachim 
Goschen, M.P., afterwards Viscount Goschen (o.u. 1845), Seacox 
Heath, Hawkhurst, Kent, and 69, Portland Place, London, W., 
aged 13, June 7. Left 1889. 2 Lee Warner 

New College, Oxford. A Partner in the family business. Of 7, Warwick Square, 
London, S.W. 

Lamb, Cyril Gordon, eldest son of the late Rev. John Lamb (O.K. 1841), 
and ward of the Rev. Henry Latham, Southacre, Cambridge, aged 
13, September 27. Left 1886. 3 Lee Warner 

A Settler in California, U.S.A. With the South West Land and Cattle Company. 
Of Alisal Ranche, Gaviota, California, U.S.A. Santa Barbara Club. 

Mortimer, Charles Henry, eldest son of Charles Mortimer, Esq., J.P., 
(O.K. 1851), Woodfield, Streatham, Surrey, aged 13, January 4. 
Left 1889. 1 Lee Warner 

Racquets 1889. Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1892. Called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, 1895. Of Wigmore, Holmwood, Surrey. 

Wilmot-Sitwell, Degge, son of Robert Sacheverel Wilmot-Sitwell, Esq., 
Stainsby, Derbyshire, aged 14, June 8. Left 1886. 3 Lee Warner 

Gazetted to the Royal Irish Rifles June 1890. Captain 1900. Major 1901. Served 
in the South African War 1899-1902. Staff. Brevet of Major, "for consistent 
good work in night operations with M.I., and especially in his capture of Steyn's 
Laager, 12th September, 1901." Queen's Medal with two Clasps. King's Medal 
with two Clasps. 

Astley, Delaval Graham L'Estrange, eldest son of the late Major Frederick 
Bernard Astley, and of Mrs. Carmichael, 17, West Cromwell Road, 
London, S.W., aged 14, December 7. Left 1888. 1 Whitelaw 

XV. 1886, 1887. XL 1887. VIII. 1885. Gazetted to the Welsh Regiment (41st) 
June 28, 1890. Retired 1895. Captain North Somerset I.Y. 1895. Of Plumstead 
Hall, Norfolk. Army and Navy Club. 

Barker, Henry Shelley, son of the late Henry Barker, Esq , care of Mrs. 
Barker, Broomhall Park, Sheffield, aged 15, August 5. Left 
1885.2 Whitelaw 

Admitted a Solicitor 1893. Practising at Sheffield. 

Bayley, Charles, third son of Captain Frank Bayley, Nutwall, Colombo, 
Ceylon, aged 15, September 17. Left 1885. 2 Whitelaw 

A Tea Planter. Manager of the Pedro Estate, Newera Eliya, Ceylon. 

Dugdale, John, son of Joseph Dugdale, Esq., Park House, Blackburn, 
aged 14, October 9. Left 1886. 1 Whitelaw 

In the Cotton and Iron Trades. Died 1893. 

Harrison, James Molyneux Hyde, son of Alfred Hyde Harrison, Esq., 
Dunchurch Hall, Rugby, aged 14, May 28. Left 1884. 2 Whitelaw 

Oxford Military College 1836. Warwickshire Militia 1887. Gazetted to the 1st 
Battalion The Dorsetshire (39th; Kegiment, December 21, 1889. Captain Army 
Service Corps 1895 Served hi Sierra Leone 1898-99. Despatches. Medal with 
Clasp. In the South African War 1899-1901. Queen's Medal. 



104- Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 

Hodgson, Charles William Allan, only son of Charles Barnard Hodgson, 

Esq., Barker Grange, Carlisle, Clerk of the Peace for Cumberland, 

aged 15, June 3. Left 1886. 2 Whitelaw 

In his Father's Office. Admitted a Solicitor 1891. Clerk to various Public Bodies 

in Cumberland. Address, The Courts, Carlisle. 

Oakshott, George Herbert, fourth son of Thomas William Oakshott, Esq., 
Derby House, Rock Ferry, Cheshire, aged 15, July 18. Left 
1886 3 Whitelaw 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1890. M.A. 1894. Ordained 1892. Vicar of 
Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex, from 1901. 

Smedley, Arthur Stanley Marsden, second son of John Thomas Marsden 
Smedley, Esq., Branksome, Bournemouth, aged 13, October 15. 
Left 1884. 1 Whitelaw 

Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1891. M.A. 1898. A Manufacturer. Of Gable- 
hurst, Bournemouth. New University Club. 

Turner, Walter George, third son of Richard Turner, Esq., Cliftonville, 
Northampton, aged 14, May 25. Left 1887. 8 Whitelaw 

XI. 1887. A Brewer at Leicester. Of Humberstone Lodge, Leicester. 

Worship, Hugh, second son of the late William Worship, Esq., 
Ormesby St. Michael, Great Yarmouth, aged 14, March 28. 
Left 1886.* Whitelaw 

A Planter at Singarawatte, Bogawantalawa, Ceylon. 

Kendall, Vernon Horace, seventh son of the Rev. Henry Kendall, 
Great Rollright, Chipping Norton, aged 14, January 14. 
Left 1888. 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1883. XI. 1888. Major Exhibitioner, 1888. Trinity College, Cambridge, 
Major Scholar 1889, B.A., First Class, Classical Tripos, Part I., 1891. Joint Editor 
of " Notes and Queries," from 1899. Editor of " Athenaeum," from 1901. Edited 
" Tom Brown' School-Dayi," 1904. Of 15, Wellesley Mansions, West Kensington, 
London, W. 

Craig, Herbert James, elder son of James Craig, Esq., M.P., Tynemouth, 
aged 13, September 30. Left 1888. 1 Michell 

XV. 1887. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class, Law Tripos, Part II., 
1891. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1892. Reform Club. 

Kingdon, Philip, sixth son of Paul Augustine Kingdon, Esq., 29, 
Marlborough Hill, London, N.W./aged 13, March 14. Left 
1887. 1 Michell 

In a Railway Managers Office, 1891. Of 2, Wellesley Road, Button, Surrey. 

Newton, Horace Edward, eldest son of Lieutenant-General Horace Parker 
Newton, West Hoe Terrace, Plymouth, aged 15, June 10. 
Left 1887. 1 Michell 

On a Ranche in Canada since 1887. Residing at Victoria, British Columbia. 

Travellers' Club. 

Poulsom, Frederick Ambrose John, second son of William Poulsom, Esq., 
Atworth House, Bootle, Liverpool, aged 14, November 16. 
Left 1886.3 Michell 

XV. 1886. In the Shipping business in Liverpool. Of 50, Merton Road, Bootle, 

Liverpool. 

Robinson, Alfred Fothergill, son of Joseph Henry Robinson, Esq., Sefton 
Park, Liverpool, aged 15, May 2. Left 1887. 3 Michell 

Gazetted to the 1st Battalion, 19th (Prince of Wales' Own) Yorkshire Regiment. 
June 28, 1890. 

Terry, Henry John, son'of Henrv Terry, Esq., Lockwood House, Hudders- 
field, aged 14, May 27. "Left 1884. 2 Michell 

Residing in Paris. 



Jex-BlaJce, 1874-87. 105 

Richards, Arthur, son of the late John Richards, Esq., care of Mrs. 

Richards, Albert Street, Rugby, aged 12, September 1. Left 

1887. 3 Town 

Scholar 1886. Assistant Staff Clerk London & North-Western Railway, 

Abergavenny. Died 24th January, 1894. 

Rundle, William Brook Aldborough, son of the late Major Aldborough 
Richardson Rundle, care of Mrs. Rundle, Horton Crescent, Rugby, 
aged 12. March 21. LeftlBS? 1 Town 

A Tea Planter in Ceylon. Died at Rugby 26th July, 1894. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1884. 

Davey, Arthur Jex, son of Horace Davey, Esq., M.P., afterwards Lord 
Davey, (OR. 1848), 10, Queen's Gate Gardens, South Kensington, 
aged 14, October 26. Left 1886.2 School 

In business in Glasgow ; London Road Ironworks 1891. 

Francis, Walter Richardson Grant, son of John Richardson Francis, Esq., 
J.P.. Gwydir Gardens, Swansea, aged 14, June 30. Left 1888. 2 School 
XV. 1887. VIII. 1886, 1887, 1888. Student at the University of Clausthal, Hartz, 
Germany, 1891. 

Hogarth, Arthur, son of Alexander Pirie Hogarth, Esq., Crown Terrace, 
Aberdeen, aged 14, November 8. Left 1886. 2 School 

In business. Of 12, Fonthill Terrace, Aberdeen. 

Hunter, Patrick Francis, son of the late Patrick Hunter, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Hunter, Monkmoor, Shrewsbury, aged 14, January 14. Left 
1889 2 School 

University College, Oxford, 1889. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1896. 

Salisbury, Edmund Roswell, son of Edward Salisbury, Esq., Folly Court, 
Wokingham, aged 14, November 16. Left 1888. 2 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1892. 

Wilson. Malcolm, son of Arthur Wilson, Esq., Lynwood, Horsham,aged 14, 
November 2. Left 1888. 3 School 

Gazetted to Scottish Borderers' Militia October 6, 1888. Entered the Royal Irish 
Fusiliers October, 1891. Lieutenant May, 1894, and took part in the Nile 
Expedition of 1898. Rewarded for service in the Niger Territories April, 1899- 
Captain February, 1900. Killed in action in Ashanti 16th June, 1900. 

Dixon, Archibald Willis, second son of James Willis Dixon, Esq., Hills- 
borough Hall, Sheffield, aged 13, Feb. 8. Left 1880 . 2 Bowden Smith 

XI. 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889. XV. 1887, 1888. A Mechanical Engineer. Manager 
Bolton Iron and Steel Co., Bolton. Automobile Club. 

Surtees, Henry Patrick, second son of Alfred Wright Surtees, Esq., 

32, Queensborough Terrace. Kensington Gardens, London, W., 

aged 15, August 24. Left 1885. 3 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1885. Admitted a Solicitor 1891. Of 46, Campden Hill Square, London, W. 

Wild, Bernard, fourth son of James Anstey Wild, Esq., 104, Westbourne 

Terrace, London, W., aged 14, May 30. Left 1887. 3 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1887. Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1891. M.A. 1896. Admitted a 

Solicitor 1897. Ordained 1902. Assistant Curate of St. Edmund, Forest Hill, 

from 1902. 

Brierley, Ronald Beswicke, elder son of Abram Brierley, Esq., Broadfield 
Still, Rochdale, aged 13, July 25. Left 1887. 1 Bowden Smith 

Studied at Vevey, Switzerland, 1886-88. A Cotton Manufacturer from 1888. Of 
Falinge Lawn, Rochdale. 

Smith, John Lees, son of Samuel Smith, Esq., Cross Bank House, Oldham, 
aged 14, November 21. Left 1887. 3 Bowden Smith 

An Electrical Engineer 1891. 
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106 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 

Tooth, Ashley, son of Arthur Tooth, Esq., 21, Cumberland Terrace, Regents 
Park, London, N.W., aged 15, Decembers. LeftlSSB. 1 Hutchinson 
In a Stockbroker's Office in London 1891. 

Welsh, Frank Stuart, son of F. F. Welsh, Esq., Rockleaze Point, Clifton, 
Bristol, aged 13, May 31. Left 1887. 2 Hutchinson 

Died at St. Mary's Vicarage, West Cowes, September 10, 1887. 

Garrett, Frank, eldest son of Frank Garrelt, Esq., (O.K. 1860), Aldringham 
House, Saxmundham, aged 14, December 9. Left 1888. 1 Scott 

Studied Modern Languages and Engineering at Halberstadt, in Prussia, 1888-89. 
In the Works of Richard Garrett and Sons, Leiston, since 1889. Captain 1st V.B. 
Suffolk Regiment. J.P. for Suffolk. Of New Haven, Leiston. 

Harding, Reginald Tuffley, second son of William Septimus Harding, Esq., 
Englefield, Harborne, aged 13, February 9. Left 1887. 2 Scott 
Admitted a Solicitor 1892. Of 56, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C. Isthmian 
Club. 

Hulse, Harold Hatton, son of William Wilson Hulse, Esq., Withington, 
Manchester, aged 14, November 17. Left 1887. 3 Scott 

Sandhurst 1888. Gazetted to the 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers January, 1889. 
Captain 1901. Served in the South African War 1899-1900, including actions at 
Elandslaagte, Rietfontein, and Lombard's Kop. Defence of Ladysmith. Slightly 
wounded. Despatches. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. 

Ramsden, Arthur Henry, son of William Ramsden, Esq., Tyldesley, 
Manchester, aged 14, March 23. Left 1886. 3 Scott 

Was in South Africa when the War broke out, 1899, and joined the Imperial 
Light Infantry. Came home hopelessly invalided. 

Paul, Dudley Moore, son of William Paul, Esq., Waltham Cross, London, 
aged 15, September 21. Left 1885. 3 Elsee 

Admitted a Solicitor 1892. Of 17, Fenchurch Street, London, E.G. 

Twist, Cecil Frederick, eldest son of George Francis Twist, Esq., Quadrant* 
Coventry, aged 14, December 24. Left 1886. 2 Elsee 

Admitted a Solicitor 1891. Of 5, Bedford Row, London, W.C., and 164, 
Gloucester Terrace, W. Automobile Club. 

Wrigley, Clement Carr, third son of James Albert Wrigley, Esq., Netherton, 
Huddersfield, aged 13, February 8. Left 1888. 2 Whitelaw 

VIII. 1887. Sandhurst 1888. Gazetted to the 1st Battalion (6th) Royal Warwick- 
shire Regiment September 21, 1889. Captain 1898. Major 1902. Served in the 
South African War 1899-1901. Despatches. Brevet of Major. Queen's Medal 
with three Clasps. 

Blood, John Neptune, only son of the late Major Francis Gamble Blood, 
care of Mrs. Blood, Ferney Field, Micheldean, aged 14, November 
9. Left 1888. 2 Morice 

VIII. 1888. Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A., Second Class Law School 1891 
B.C.L. and M.A. 1898. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1893. Of Huntley 
Court, near Gloucester. 

Rutter, Eustace Frederick, son of Frederick John Rutter, Esq., (O.K. 1853;, 
Hillingdon, Uxbridge, aged 13, June 20. Left 1889. 2 Morice 

XI. 1887*, 1888, 1889. Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 18S9. Sandhurst 1891. Gazetted 
to East Lancashire Regiment 1892. Captain 1901. Served on N.W. Frontier of 
India 1897-98. Medal with Clasp. Tirah 1897-98. Clasp. South African War 
1899-1900, and 1902. Relief of Ladysmith. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 

Needham, Ronald Allport, third son of Edward Moore Needham, Esq., 
The Cedars, Belper, aged 13, April 19. Left 1887. 1 Michell 

VIII. 1886. With Messrs. Harland & Wolff, Belfast, 1891. 

Cox, Edwin Arthur Russell, eldest son of Arthur Russell Cox, Esq., Lloyds 
Bank, Rugby, aged 14, November 21. Left 1885. 2 Town 

A Planter in Ceylon. Of Beddegama, Madulkele, Ceylon. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 107 

Loverock, James Harry, son of Mr. George Loverock, Dunchurch Road, 
Rugby, aged 14, January 23. Left 1885. 3 Town 

Farming in Bilton. Of 8, St. Matthew's Street, Rugby. 

Wright, Cecil Middleton, son of the Rev. George Farncomb Wright, Over- 
slade, Rugby, afterwards Rector of Lambourne, Romford, aged 15, 
July 22. Left 1886. 3 Town 

A Tea Merchant at Colombo, Ceylon. 

Dixon, Olive Macdonnel, son of RayJton Dixon, Esq., (afterwards Sir R. 
Dixon, Knight), Gunnersgate Hall, Middlesborough, aged 14, 
February 10. Left 1887. 3 Bowden Smith 

Gazetted to the 16th Lancers October 8, 1890. Served with the Chitral Relief 
Force 1895. Medal with Clasp. Retired 1903. Of Langborough Hall, Great 

Ay ton, Yorkshire. 

Beasley, Fiennes Arthur Noble, son of Joseph Noble Beasley, Esq., 
(o.n. 1853), Chapel Brarnpton, Northampton, aged 13, August 25. 
Left 1887. 2 Hutchinson 

An Art Student 1891. 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1884. 

Benham, Charles Daniel, third son of Henry Benham, Esq., 5, Roland 
Houses, South Kensington, aged 13, September 7. Leffc 
1889. 2 School 

New College, Oxford, 1889. B.A. Second Class History 1892. Called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, 1893. Of ], Dr. Johnson's Buildings, Temple, London, B.C. 

Clarke, George Hodges, eldest son of Joseph Crisp Clarke, Esq., Birstall 
Hall, Leicester, aged 12, June 29. Left 1887. 2 School 

Studied in Germany and France 1888-90. A MiU owner. Of Birstall Hall, 
Leicestershire. 

Foster, Hugh Cunliffe, son of Charles Finch Foster, Esq., Pinehurst, 
Cambridge, aged 13, June 15. Left 1888. 2 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1891. M.A. 1895. Of Pinehurst, Cambridge. 
Alpine Club. 

Deacon, Stuart, son of the late Henry Deacon, Esq., care of Mrs. Deacon, 
Appleton House, Widnes, aged 15, May 29. Left 1887.* School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B. Second Class Law Tripos 1890 
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1892. Northern Circuit. Of 9, Cook Street 
Liverpool. National Liberal Club. 

Whitlam, George, son of the late George Whitlam, Esq., of Gayton-le- 
Wold, and ward of H. S. Haxby, Esq., Hatcliffe, Grimsby, aged 14, 
August 9. Left 1886. 3 Bowden Smith 

Address, Westminster Drive, Pannal, Harrogate. 

Adams, Hugh Worthington, second son of William Adams, Esq., (OR. 1849), 
The Oaks, Woolstanton, Staffordshire, aged 14, February 12. 
Left 1887. 1 Hutchinson 

Admitted a Solicitor 1893. One of the Coroners for the County of Stafford from 
1901. Of Springfields, Newcastle, Staffs. 

Bartleet, Hubert Humphrey Middlemore, younger son of Thomas Saunders 
Bartleet, Esq., 7, Duchess Row, Edgbaston, aged 14, June 29. 
Left 1886. 3 Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1891. M.A. 1895. Ordained 1893. Senior 
Assistant Curate at the Priory Church, Great Malvern, from 1901. 

Cotton, Lionel Francis, son of Henry Morten Cotton, ESQ., 8, Eccleston 
Square, London, S.W., aged 13, Jan. 25. Left 1889/ Hutchinson 

XI. 1889. Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1892. Admitted a Solicitor 1897. 
Of 4, Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane, London, E.G. 



108 Jex-Blake, 1874-8?. 

Mothersill, George Christopher, fourth son of Christopher Mothersill, Esq., 
Brooklands, Sale, Manchester, aged 14, August 6. Left 
1887. 1 Hutchinson 

In business in Manchester 1891. Served in the South African War 1901, in the 
South African Constabulary. Of St. Margarets, Farnborough, Hants. 

Overton, Harry Rudall, sou of William Henry Overtoil, Esq., J.P., 
(O.K. 1850), Frimstone Lodge, Liphook, Hants, aged 12, May 30. 
Left 1888. 3 Hutchinson 

Woolwich 1889. Gazetted to the 1st Field Battery Royal Artillery February 13. 
1891. Captain 1900. Retired 1901. 

Smith, Wilfrid Duke, second son of Aston William Smyth, Esq., 3, Merton 
Eoad, Bootle, aged 14, March 11. Left 1887. 2 Hutchinson 

A Railway Contractor. Of The Old Hall, Bootle, Liverpool. 

Smyth, Hugh Lyle, eldest son of Hugh Lyle Smith. Esq., (O.K. 1849), 
Barrowmore Hall, Chester, aged 14, February 11. Left 
1888. 3 Hutchinson 

XV. 1886*, 1887, 1888, VIII. 1887, 1888. Sandhurst 1889. Gazetted to the 1st 
Battalion Shropshire Light Infantry 1890. Captain 1899. 

Burton, James Alfred, third son of Edward Burton, Esq., Eaves Hall, 
Clitheroe, Lancashire, aged 15, December 21. Left 1887. 8 Scott 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1891. M.A. 1896. Ordained 1892. Assistant 
Curate of St. Michael, Penkridge, Stafford, from 1902. 

Bulmer, Thornton Bulmer, elder son of George Edwards Bulmer, Esq., 
Parrock Lodge, Gravesend, aged 15, Dec. 21. Left 1887.* Elsee 

Hertford College, Oxford, B.A. 1891. Called to the Bsr, Lincoln's Inn, 1892. 
Killed in a Railway accident at Sydney, New South Wales, 31st October, 1894. 
Tablet in School Chapel. 

Mills, William Neild, son of tha late William Mills, Esq., and ward of 
T. H. Mills, Esq., Bredbury, Stockport, aged 14, January 20. 
Left 1885. 3 Elsee 

In business in Natal 1891. 

Oliver, Charles Frederick, son of George Oliver, Esq., J. P., Hughenden, 
Knighton, Leicester, aged 16, February 1. Left 1886. 2 Elsee 

Admitted a Solicitor 1892. Practising at Leicester. 

Buckland, Lionel, son of Stephen Vine Buokland, Esq., of Gee Long. 
Victoria, care of Mrs. Buckland, 14, Thicket Road, Anerley, 
London, S.E., aged 13, December 10. LeftlSSS. 1 Whitelaw 

Was articled to a Solicitor in Melbourne. 

Meakin, Arthur William, third son of George Meakin, Esq., The Hayes, 
Stone, Staffordshire, aged 14, December 16. Left 1886. 3 Whitelaw 
An Earthenware Manufacturer. Of The Toft, Dunston, Staffordshire. 

Micklethwait, John Leonard, second son of Eichard Micklethwait, Esq., 

J.P., Ardsley House, Barnsley, aged 14, Dec. 1. LeftlSSS. 1 Morice 

Crick 1887. Training for a Mining Engineer. Barrow Collieries, near Barnsley. 

Wilmot-Sitwell, Charles John, son of Robert Sacheverel Wilraot-Sitwell, 
Esq., Staiusby, Derby, aged 13, December 14. Left 1889. 3 Morice 

XV. 1888, 1889. Sandhurst 1890. Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion The Worcester- 
shire Regiment, June 17, 1891. Retired 1894. Address, Stainsby, Derby. 

Whipham, Thomas Rowland Charles, eldest son of Thomas Tillyer 
Whipham, Esq., M.D., (O.K. 1854), 11, Grosvenor Street, London, 
W., aged 13, January 4. Left 1889. 2 Morice 

New College, Oxford, B.A. Second Class Physiology 1893. M.A. and M.B. 1897. 
M.R.C.P. 1900. Of 11, Grosvenor Street, London, W. Oxford and Cambridge 
Club, 



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Wood, Ralph Mills, son of Thomas Wood, Esq., 1, Upper Montague Street, 
London, W., aged 14, April 13. Left 1885. 3 Morice 

In South Africa 1904. Address, The Band Club, Johannesberg, Transvaal. 

Blaber, William Henry, eldest son of William Blaber, Esq., Beokworth, 
Lindfield, aged 15, May 2. Left 1887. 2 Michell 

VIII. 1886, 1887. A.K.C. King's College, London. Admitted a Solicitor 1893. 
Of 12, Great Castle Street, Regent Street, London, W., and Claremont, Sutton, 
Surrey. Royal Societies Club. 

Christy, Walter Arthur Chetwynd, son of the late Arthur Do Home 
Christy, Esq., care of Mrs. Christy, Falkoners, Edenbridge, Kent, 
aged 13, January 6. Left 1884-. 3 Michell 

In the Merchant Service. 

Cook, Joseph, eldest son of Joseph Cook, Esq., North Biddick Hall, 
Washington, R.S.O., Durham, aged 14, Feb. 15. Left 1885. 2 Michell 

A Mechanical Engineer. Major 4th V.B. Durham Light Infantry. Served in 
the South African War. Operations in the Transvaal April, 1901 to April, 1902. 
Queen's Medal with five Clasps. Of North Biddick Hall, Co. Durham. 

De Renzy, Annesley St. George, only son of Surgeon-General Sir Annealey 
Charles Castriott De Renzy, K.C.B., Bray, Ireland, aged 15, 
December 28. Left 1887. 2 Michell 

Trinity College, Dublin, 1887. First Class Classical Honours 1888 and 1889. 
Scholar 1890. B.A. 1891. Called to the Bar, King's Inns, 1893. Of 3, Barlsfort 
Mansions, Dublin. University Club, Dublin. 

Lund, Reginald William, only son of James Lund, Esq., D.L.,Malsis Hall, 
Cross Hills, Leeds, aged 14, December 9. Left 1888. 2 Michell 

At Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1893. In business from 1892. Of Knowles 
House, Qargrave-in-Craven, Yorkshire. 

Sharp, Henry, second son of Henry Sharp, Esq., Newbrook, Atherton, 
Manchester, aged 14, June 1. Left 1888. 2 Michell 

Minor Exhibitioner 1888. Exhibitioner of New College, Oxford, 1889. Second 
Class Classical Moderations 1891. B.A. First Class Final Classical School 1892. 
Assistant Master at Rugby School 1893. Indian Education Department from 
1894. Of Jubbulpore, India. East India United Service Club. ' 

Swan, Stanley Gale, second son of Herbert Arthur Swan, Esq., East- 
brooke, Middlesbrough,aged 13, September 19. Left 1888. 3 Michell 

XV. 1888. In business. Of Eastbrooke, Middlesbrough. 

Pridmore, John Walter, son of Mr. John Pridmore, Clifton Road, Rugby, 
aged 13, May 8. Left 1887. 1 Town 

M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1896. Served in the South African War as Civil Surgeon. 
Queen's Medal with three Clasps. Of Villa d'Este, Ryde, Isle of Wight. 

Rickard, John Lucas, son of Mr. John J. Rickard, Clifton Road, Rugby, 
aged 14, January 14. Left 1887. 3 Town 

A Civil Engineer. In the Estates Department L. & N.-W. Railway. Of 35, 
Clifton Road, Rugby. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1884. 

Anderson, John Pratt, eldest son of the late William Anderson, Esq., of 
Glentarkie, care of Mrs. Anderson, 3, Montague Terrace, Edinburgh, 
aged 14, November 10. Left 1888. 2 School 

University College, Oxford, 1889. Died from injuries received by being thrown 
from a horse 2nd July, 1898. 



110 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Beaclicroft, Charles Porten, fourth son of Francis Porten Beachcroft, Esq., 
(o.R. 1855). Ferozepore, Punjab, India, aged 13, March 13. Left 
1890. 2 School 

Scholar ls85. XI. 1889", 1890. Head of the School. Major and Minor Exhibi- 
tioner 1890. Passed Indian Civil Service Examination July 1890. Clare College, 
Cambridge, 1890-92. India 1892. Officiating District and Sessions Judge 1900. 
Care of King, Hamilton & Co., Calcutta. 

Bousfield, Wilfrid Lyndon, third son of Charles Edward Bousfield, Esq., 
St. Mary's Mount, Leeds, aged 15, July 29. Left 1886. 2 School 

Studied in Germany 1887. In business as a Woollen Manufacturer since March, 
1888. Died 3rd October, 1900. 

Clifford, George Henry, son of the Eev. Henry Marcus Clifford, (O.K. 1848), 
Heatherbank, Bournemouth, aged 13, Oct. 25. Left 1888. 3 School 

Scholar 1884. New College, Oxford, Second Class Classical Moderations 1891. 
Died 20th October, 1892. 

Corbett, Edward Corles, son of Frederick Corbett, Esq., Ravensnest, 
Worcester, aged 14, August 10. Left 1887. 1 School 

Admitted a Solicitor 1893. Practising at Worcester. 

Courtenay, Charles Pepys, eldest son of Henry Reginald Courtenay, Esq., 
afterwards Lord Courtenay by courtesy, Edgerton House, Exeter, 
aged 14, July 14. Left 1887. 2 



School 

Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion Somerset Light Infantry December 29, 1888. 
Captain 3rd Battalion 1893. Inspector, Board of Agriculture, from 1895. 
Succeeded his grandfather as Earl of Devon 1904. 

Hill, Christopher John, son of T. E. Hill, Esq., West Worthing, aged 14, 
September 18. Left 1887. 1 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1892. 

M inland, Charles, son of the late James Murland, Esq., of Castle Wellan, 

Ireland, care of Mrs. Murland, Trillington, Morpeth, aged 14, 

August 10. Left 1888. 1 School 

A Planter in Ceylon. Served in the South African War with the Ceylon Mounted 

Infantry 1900. 

Ormerod, Arthur Latham, son of the late Edward Latham Ormerod, Esq., 
M.D., F.E.S., (O.R. 1833), care of Mrs. Ormerod, 14, Old Steyne, 
Brighton, aged 14, July 14. Left 1889. 2 School 

XV. 1888. Minor Exhibitioner 1889. Scholar of New College, Oxford, 1889. 
B.A. First Class Natural Science 1892. M.B. 1897. M.D. 1900. M.R.C.S. and 
L.R.C.P. Of 99, Holywell, Oxford. 

Pearson, Charles Harold, son of Edward Pearson, Esq., Morton House, 
Gainsborough, aged 14, September 9. Left 1885. 1 School 

Residing in Canada 1891. 

Rawstorne, Edward Buckley, third son of the Rev. William Edward 
Rawstorne, (O.R. 1831), Vicar of Penwortham, and Hon. Canon of 
Manchester, aged 14, July 13. Left 1889. 2 School 

Scholar 1884. Balliol College, Oxford, Second Class Classical Moderations, 1891. 
B.A. 1893. An Army Tutor. Of Burton Lodge, East Putney, London, S.W. 

Wason, Rigby, eldest son of Eugene Wason, Esq., (o.R. 1861), 63, Belsize 
Avenue, London, N.W., afterwards of Blair Girvan, N.B., M.P. 
for South Ayrshire, aged 13, July 26. Left 1889. 3 School 

XV. 1889. VIII*. 1889. Institute of Technology, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A., 
1891. B.Sc. 1894. An Electrical Engineer. Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 
1902. Northern Circuit. Served in the South African War with the C.I.V. 1900. 
Medal with four Clasps. Of 8, Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, London, W. 
Reform Club. 

Bell, Arthur George, son of G. M. Bell, Esq., Melbourne, Australia, aged 
15, May 2. Left same Term. Bowden Smith 

A Solicitor at Dunedin, New Zealand. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. Ill 



Delay, Herbert Walter, son of W. Delay, Esq., Upper Tooting, London, 
S.W., aged 15, May 22. Left 1886. 3 Bowden Smith 

Died January 27, 1891. 

Bodley, Edwin Frederick Blaker, son of Edwin James Drew Bodley, Esq., 
Longport House, Burslem, aged 14, September 11. Left 

1886. 1 Bowden Smith 

In business at Longport. 

Scott, Edward Spencer, eldest son of the late Edward Scott, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Scott, 4, Lulworth Road, Southport, aged 14, June 12. Left 

1889. 2 Bowden Smith 

Exhibitioner at Pembroke College, Cambridge, B.A. Second Class Classical 
Tripos 1892. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1902. House Surgeon, London Hospital. 
Of 26, Denning Road, Hampstead, 

Tinker, Henry Archibald, son of James Tinker, Esq., Hordle House, 
Milford, Hants, and 80, Cromwell Road, London, S.W., aged 14, 
June 6. Left 1886. 1 Bowden Smith 

An Architect. Member of London Architectural Association. 

Alison, Arthur James, eldest son of Arthur Alison, Esq., 3, Moray Place, 
Edinburgh, aged 14, March 26. Left 1889.* Scott 

Head of the School. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1889. Scholar of Corpus 
Christi College, Oxford, 1888. First Class Classical Moderations 1891. B.A. 
Second Class Final Classical School 1893. LL.B. Edinburgh, 1896. Advocate of 
Scottish Bar 1896. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1898. Of 3, Moray Place, 
Edinburgh. 

Barton, Robert Maurice, son of Augustus P. Barton, Esq., Moo Woolaraan, 
Bundaberg, Queensland, aged 14, February 20. Left 1887. 3 Scott 
Returned to Queensland 1888. Of Mon Repos, near Bundaberg, Queensland. 

Cave, Edward Watkina, son of Sir Lewis William Cave, Justice of the 

High Court, (O.K. 1847), aged 13, August 1. Left 1887. 3 Scott 

Scholar 1884. Scholar of Oriel College, Oxford, 1890. Second Class Classical 

Moderations 1892. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1897. Midland Circuit. Of 

21, Bennett's Hill, Birmingham. 

Firth, Thomas James, son of Edward Firth, Esq., Tapton Edge, Sheffield, 
aged 15, April 18. Left 1886. 2 Scott 

At the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, 1890. Farms his own land at 
Stanton Woodhouse, Rotherham. 

Lloyd, John Arthur Thomas, son of Arthur Rickard Lloyd, Esq., Bere- 
mont, Ballybrach, Co. Dublin, Ireland, aged 14, September 22. 
Left 1885. 3 Scott 

In Canada, 1891. 

MOSS, Edward Whibaker, eldest son of Edward Hugh Moss, Esq., North 
Ferriby, Brough, East Yorkshire, aged 13, December 10. Left 
1888. 2 Scott 

XI. 1888. In Perak Oivil Service, January, 1890-96. Assumed the additional 
name of BLXJNDELL, 1892. An Inspector, Board of Agriculture, from 1896. Of 
Dunton House, Thorpe Road, Peterborough. New Club. 

Schwabe, Cecil Langshaw, third son of Henry Albert Schmibe, Esq., 
Dingle Bank, Lymm, Cheshire, aged 14, Oct. 11. Left 1885. 1 Scott 
Oriel College, Oxford, 1888. Died at College, May 5, 1891. 

G-iithrie-Smith, Wilfred Marshall, son of John Guthrie-Smith, Esq., 
Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh, aged 14, July 20. Left 
1887 1 Scott 

XV. 1886. Sandhurst 1-90. Gazetted to the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), March, 
ls>91. Indian Staff Corps, 1892 Captain 1901. Served in Burma, 1893-94. In 
the South African War, 1899-1900. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. 



112 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 

Albury, Frederick Howard, son of Frederick William Albury, Esq., Park- 
side, Reading, aged 14, August 7. Left 1887. 1 Scott 
At Dana Chambers, Shrewsbury, 1891. 

Allen, James Lynn, second son of Bulkeley Allen, Esq., J.P., (O.K. 1853), 
West Lynn, Altrincham, aged 14 October 20. Left 1888 a Elsee 

King's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1891, M A. 1899. M.B. 1898. M.R.C.S. and 
L.R.C.P. Served in the South African War as a Civil Surgeon, 1900-1902. Of 
West Lynn, Altrincham. Isthmian Club. 

Bayly, Lancelot Francis Saunderson, only son of Mrs. Bayly, and the 
late Lancelot Gilbert Alexander Bayly, 8, Augusta Gardens, 
Folkestone, aged 14, October 16. Left 1885. 2 Elsee 

Author of " A cross the Zodiac," and other works, under the name of " Edwin 
Pallander." Of 8, Rue Laurent Pichat, Bois de Boulogne, Paris. 

Cayzer, Charles William, eldest son of Charles William Cayzer, Esq., 
Milliken House, Renfrewshire, N.B., aged 15, July 19. Left 
1887. 3 Elsee 

XV. 1887. Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. Ship Owner. Authur of " M Attra," 
1900, and other works, under the name of ''Charles Whitworth Wynne." Of 
Dunsdale, Frodsham, Cheshire. Constitutional Club. 

Lemonius, Gerald Maclean, son of Augustus Hervey Lemonius, Esq., 

Stonehouse, Allerton, Liverpool, aged 14, September 10. Left 

1887. 3 Elsee 

In the Elder Dempster Steamship Company, Bristol. 

Whiting, Francis Arthur, son of Clifton Whiting, Esq., (o.R. 1855), Osborne 
House, Walton-on-Thames, aged 13, Dec. 21. Left 1885. 3 Elsee 

Blake, Charles Frederick Sapte, eldest son of Edward Frederick Blake, 
Esq., Shanklin Tower, Isle of Wight, aged 14, December 31. 
Left 1887. 3 Whitelaw 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1888. 

Jevons, Edward Russel, second son of Frederick Jevons, Esq., 18, Palm 
Grove, Birkenhead, aged 13, July 10. Left 1885. 2 Whitelaw 

In business as a Contractor in Birkenhead. Of 1, Cannon Mount, Birkenhead. 

Pridmore, Malcolm Kennett, fourth son of George Alexander Pridmore, 

Esq., J.P., Brooklyn House, Coventry, aged 14, October 8. Left 

", 1888. 2 Whitelaw 

Admitted a Solicitor 1893. Of The Hollies, Coventry. 

Kendall, Seymour Henry, eighth son of the Rev. Henry Rendall, Rector 
of Great Rollright, Chipping Norton, aged 14, January 4. Left 
1889 . 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar of Hertford College, Oxford, Second Class Classical Moderations 1891. 
B.A. 1893. M.A. 1896. Ordained 1894. Vicar of Wye, Ashford, Kent, from 1902. 

Conrtauld, William Julien, eldest son of Sydney Courtauld, Esq., J.P., 
Booking Place, Braintree, aged 14. June 6. Left 1889.' 2 Morice 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 1889. Of Booking Place, Braintree. 

Earle, Frank Cornish, second son of the Rev. Walter Earle, Yarlet, 
Stafford, aged 13, December 17- Left 1889. 2 Morice 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1892. Address, Bilton Grange, Rugby. 

Harrison, Arthur Hugo, son of Edward -Francis Harrison, Esq., fo.R. 1844), 
late Bengal Civil Service, Thornley, South Norwood Hill, London, 
S.E., aged 13. December 13. Left 1887. 2 Morice 

Learning Mining in Cornwall 1891. Exploring for Gold in the Yukon Valley. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 113 

Richards, Whitmore Lionel, fourth son of John Henry Richards, Esq., 
Treholford, Bwlch, Brecknockshire, afterwards County Court 
Judge for County Mayo, aged 15, September 12, Left 1887. 3 Morice 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1891. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1895. Of 
23, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Wilmot-Sitwell, William Sacheverel, second son of the Rev. Degge Wilmot- 
Sitwell, (O.K. 1852), Leamington Hastings, aged 13, December 18. 
Left 1888. 3 Morice 

Admitted a Solicitor 1897. Served in the South African War with the City of 
London Imperial Yeomanry. Of The Osiers, Chiswick Mall, London, W. 

Solano, Enrique, eldest son of Enrique Solano, Esq., Arrah, Bengal, India, 
care of Agra Bank, London, E.G., aged 14, June 25. Left 

1888. 2 Morice 

Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1892. Of 4, Park Lane, London, W. 

Haworth, John Goodier, third son of Abraham Haworth, Esq., J.P., Hilston 
House Altrincham, aged 13, November 1. Left 1889 2 Donkin 

XI. 1887*, 1888. New College, Oxford, B.A. 1892. M.A. 1895. Of Pall Mall 
Court, Manchester. 

Maxwell. William George, eldest son of Well wood Maxwell, Esq.,Holmfield, 
Aigburth, Liverpool, aged 14, March 7. Left 1888. 2 Donkin 

Admitted a Solicitor 1894. Of Holmfield, Aigburth, Liverpool. 

McNeill, Elliott, eldest surviving son of John McNeill, Esq., Hillmount, 
Larne, Uo. Antrim, aged 14, January 24. Left 1887. 2 Donkin 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1891. Admitted a Solicitor 1895. Practising in 
Dublin. Of 21, Highfield Road, Dublin. 

Balcher, Percy Fritz Rosencrantz, son of P. F. Balcher, Esq., 8, Cullen 
Place, Hourali, India, aged 14, November 17. Left 1885. 1 Michell 

Cowlishaw, Francis Ion, second son of William Pattern Cowlishaw, Esq., 
Christchurch, New Zealand, aged 15, September 10. Left 

1888. 3 Michell 

XV. 1887. Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1893. Called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, 1893. Practising at Christchurch, New Zealand. 

Cazalet, Clement Haughton Langston. only son of William Clement 
Cazalet, Esq., Grenehurst, Dorking, aged 15, July 16. Left 
1886. 2 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1887. Of Grenehurst, Dorking. 

Morgan, Matthew Rees, only son of the late Isaac Morgan, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Morgan, The Hill, Neath, South Wales, aged 14, December 1. 
Left 1887. 3 Michell 

Admitted a Solicitor 1895. Of Gnollview, Neath. 

Paul, James Arthur, younger son of William Paul, Esq., Farfield, Moor 
Allerton, Leeds, aged 13, September 21. Left 1889. 2 Michell 

XI. 1889. A Manufacturer in Leeds. Of West Lea, Mean wood, Leeds. 

Gillson, Maurice Paget, third son of Henry Thomas Gillson, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 14. June 21. Left 1888. 3 Town Morice 

University College, Oxford. B.A. 1894. Ordained 1896. Resident Chaplain to 
the Bishop of London from 1903. Address, Fulham Palace, London, S.W. 

Over, Samuel, son of Mr. Samuel Over, 19, High Street, Rugby, aged 13, 
October 16. Left 1889. 2 Town 

In business in Eugby. Of Trescawen, Hillmorton Eoad, Rugby. 
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114 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1885, 

Benham, Arthur Moses, son of Fenry Benham, Esq., 5, Roland Houses, 
South Kensington, aged 13, October 26. Left 1889. 2 School 

Scholar 1886. XI. 1888*, 1889. In business in London. Wrote some successful 
plays. Died at Brighton 8th September, 1895. 

Bridge, Frederick Maynard, eldest son of Major John Bridge, F.R.G.S. 
Marlborough House, Sale, Manchester, aged 14, April 27. Left 

1886. 1 School 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1891. Student of the Inner Temple 1892. A 
Master at St. George's School, Windsor Castle. 

Day. Charles Nevile, son of Nevile Day, Esq., Easton, Stamford, aged 13, 
July 10. Left 1890. 2 School 

XV. 1889. XI. 1890. Trinity College, Oxford, 1890. With the Oxford and 
Cambridge Golf Team in America 1903. Of Easton, Stamford. 

Higginbotham, John Ronald Kei% third son of Charles Titus Higgin- 
botham, Esq., Oraigmaddie, Milngavie, N.B., aged 13, February 
10. Left 1888. 1 School 

Engaged in Commerce. Served in the South African War with the South 
Rhodesian Volunteers. 

MacGusty, Henry Alexander, son of Alexander Delan MacGusty, Esq., 
Langholme House, Road Hill, Bath, aged 13, January 31. Left 
1887. 3 School 

On a Cattle Station in North- West Canada 1891. 

Wilkins, Philip Aveling, second son of Robert Francis Wilkins, Esq., 
10, Cornwall Terrace, Regents Park, London, N.W., aged 13, 
October 7. Left 1887. 2 School 

Studied at Paris and Frankfort. A Bullion Broker in London. Of 18, Great 
Winchester Street, London, B.C. 

Blackwell, Francis Samuel, second son of Samuel John Blackwell, 
Esq., Brookshill, Harrow Weald, aged 15, August 13. Left 

1888. 2 Bowden Smith 

A Merchant in Soho Square from 1890. Of 23, Queensborough Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London, W. 

Gunter, Richard Francis, son of Richard Gunter, Esq., Pearcelands, 
West Hoathby, East Grinstead, aged 14, December 14. Left 
1887. 2 Bowden Smith 

Pugh, Edgar William, son of William Pugh, Esq., 10, Queen's Gardens, 
Hyde Park, London, W., aged 13, September 27. Left 
1888. 2 Bowden Smith 

Bond, Wilfrid, second son of the Rev. John Bond, Anderby, Alford, after- 
wards Archdeacon of Stow, aged 14, May 3. Left 1 888. 2 Elsee 

An Architect and Diocesan Surveyor, Diocese of Lincoln. Of 11, Elmer Street, 
Grantham, Lincolnshire. 

Morrell, Mark, eldest son of Charles Morrell, Esq., (O.K. 1857), Burcote, 
Abingdon, afterwards of Milton Hill, Steventon, Berks, aged 13, 
March 2. Left 1888. 1 Elsee 

Learning Farming in Canada 1891. At Buluwayo, Ehodesia, 1904. Home 
Address, Clifton Hampden, Abingdon. 

Allen, Herbert Elliston, fourth son of Elliston Allen, Esq., Ballingdon 
Grove, Sudbury, aged 14, September 9. Left 1888. 1 Scott 

Admitted a Solicitor 1893. Of 6, Strand, London, W.C., and Wigan. 



Jett-Blake, 1374-87. 115 

Breeks, Charles Wilkinson, second son of the late James Wilkinson Breeks, 
Esq., Madras Civil Service, care of Mrs. Breeks, Edengate, 
Warcross, Penrith, aged 14, August II. Left 1886 . 2 Scott 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1889. M.B. Edinburgh, 1898. Tropical Diseases 
Certificate 1902. Of Silver King Camp, Kafur River, South Africa. Isthmian 
Club. 

Trayner, Eobert Wyld Maxwell, son of Sheriff John Trayner, afterwards 

Lord Trayner, a Judge of Session, 27, Moray Place, Edinburgh, 

aged 14, December 25. Left 1888. 2 Scott 

Gazetted to the 3rd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders (Highland Rifle Militia), 1888. 

Burke. Edward Estcourt, son of S. C. Burke, Esq., Kingston, Jamaica, 
aged 14, April 28. Left 1888. 1 Whitelaw 

Hall, John, eldest son of John Hall, Esq., The Grange, Hale, Cheshire, 
aged 14, March 27. Left 1889. 2 Morico 

Racquets 1889. An Iron Merchant in Manchester. Of The Grange, Hale, 
Altrincham. 

Hollebone, Stanley William Verner,son of Alfred Richard flollebone, Esq., 
Lynton Croft, Caterham, aged 13, September 4. Left 1889. 3 Morice 

XV. 1888, 1889. Of 2, Cedar Gardens, Richmond, Surrey. 

Rowlands, Christopher Henry, sou of Arthur Rowlands, Esq., The 
Marians, Elstree, aged 13, June 4. Left 1890. 1 Donkin 

Barlow. Philip Babington, son of the Rev. George Hilaro Philip Barlow, 
Lyme Regis, aged 14, October 12. Left 1887. 3 Michell 

In Ceylon. Of Hellbodie, Pusselawa, Ceylon. 

Finch, Frederick Richard, eldest son of Richard Finch, Esq., 34, Queen's 
Road, Southport, aged 13, October 1 Left 1890. 3 Michell 

Exhibitioner of Balliol College, Oxford, 1889. Scholar 1890. B.A. 1894. Called 
to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1898. Of 4, Stone Buildings, London, W.C. 

Herbert-Stepney, Cecil Champagne, second son of the late Captain Herbert 
Stepney, and stepson of the Hon. William Monk Jervis, Quarndon, 
Derby, aged 13, June 3. Left 1889. 3 Michell 

XV. 1889. Sandhurst 1889. Gazetted to the 60th Rifles July, 1891. Captain 
1900. Served in the Isazai Expedition 1892. Chitral Relief Force 1893. Medal 
with Clasp. In the South African War 1902. Army and Navy Club. 

Brooks, Ernest Walter Guardner, son of Isaac Brooks. Esq., Hillmorton 
Road, Rugby, aged 13, March 24. Left 1887. 1 Town 

Formerly in L. & N.-W. Railway Co.'s Service. With the Rugby Cement Co 
from 1899. Of Holywood, Rugby. 

Mackenzie, Donald Ingleby, son of John Ingleby Mackenzie, Esq., 
Hillmorton Road, Rugby, aged 13, December 3. Left 1886. 1 Town 

A Tea Planter in Ceylon. 

Stewart, Robert Tomlinson, son of Mr. William Stewart, Clifton Road, 
Rugby, aged 12, May 30. Left 1888. 1 Town 

Surveyor, Tendring, Essex, R.D.C. Of Orsett, Essex. 

Rhoades, Theodore William, fourth son of Henry Tull Rhoades, Esq., 
(o.R. 1847), Headmaster of the Lower School of Lawrence Sheriff, 
Rugby, aged 12, September 13. Left 1889. 2 Town 

VIII. 1889. A Medical Student at Edinburgh University 1889. Served in the 
South African War 1900, in the Imperial Yeomanry. Died September, 1901. 

Walrond, Theodore Hunter Hastings, eldest son of Francis Charles 

Walrond, Esq., (O.R. 1851), Hillmorton Road, Rugby, aged 12, 

Decembers. Left 189 1. 2 Town 

Foundationer. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1891. Exhibitioner of Balliol 

College, Oxford, 1891. B.A. 1895. M.A. 1898. Organist and Choirmaster at 

various Schools from 1895, and of Giggleswick School, Settle, Yorkshire, from 1899. 



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Wratislaw, Theodore William Graf, eldest son of Theodore Marc 
Wratislaw, Esq., (O.R. 1837), Church Street, Rugby, aged 13, 
April 27. Left 1888. 1 Town 

Admitted a Solicitor 1893. In the Estate Duty Department, Somerset House, 
London, W.C. 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1885. 

King, Henry Frederick, son of the Rev. Frederick King (O.R. 1852), South 
Molton, North Devon, aged 14, December 12. Left 1887. 3 School 
A Coffee Planter. Care of, Kabula Stores, Blantyre, British Central Africa. 

Owen, Edward Tudor, only son of Daniel Owen, Esq., Ash Hall, Oowbridge, 
Glamorganshire, aged 14, November 18. Left 1889. 2 School 

VIII. 1889. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1893. Assistant Inspector, Board 
of Agriculture, 1895-96. J.P. for Glamorganshire. Of Ash Hall, Cowbridge. 

Reynolds, Herbert Edward, son of Edward Reynolds, Esq., Paxton Hall, 
St. Neots, Hunts, aged 14, January 24. Left 1886. 3 School 

On a Tea Estate in Ceylon 1891. 

Taylor, John Francis White, third son of Richard Stephens Taylor, Esq., 
J.P., Huntsmoor Park, Iver, Bucks, and Field Court, Grays Inn, 
London, aged 13, March 27. Left 1890. 3 School 

XV. 1888, 1889, 1890. XI. 1890. Trinity College, Oxford, 1891. Migrated to 
Downing College, Cambridge, 1892. 

Wilson, George Herbert, third son of Hon. Arthur Wilson, afterwards 
K.C.I.E., Judge in the High Court, Calcutta, aged 13, May 16. Left 
1888. 3 School 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1894. Admitted a Solicitor 1900. At Cape Town, 
South Africa, 1904. 

Clarke, Walrond Bernard, son of Edward Clarke, Esq., Avishays, Chard, 
aged 15, December 23. Left 1886. 3 Scott 

Articled to a Solicitor 1891. Of 46, Blomfield Road, Uxbridge Road, London, W. 

Mather, Arthur Harold, eldest son of Arthur Stanley Mather, Esq., 
(O.R. 1857), Woolton, Liverpool, aged 14, April 20. Left 1890. 1 Scott 

King's College, Cambridge, 1890. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1897. 
Practising in Liverpool. Of Craigside, Wallasey, Cheshire. 

McMullen, Kenric James, fifth son of Alexander Peter McMullen, Esq., 
The Castle, Hertford, aged 14, October 5. Left 1888. 1 Scott 

An Electrical Engineer. Served in the South African War with Cape Mounted 
Rifles 1900. Of 99, Clifton Road, Rugby. 

Townsend, Henry William Worth, son of William Henry Worth Townsend, 
Esq., (O.R. 1857), Kings Newnham, Rugby, aged 14, March 11. 
Left 1889. 2 Scott 

VIII. 1889. Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1892. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1897. 
A Surgeon, Royal Navy. 

Woodd-Smith, Bernard Basil, eldest son of Basil Woodd- Smith, Esq., 
Branch Hill Lodge, Hampstead Heath, London, N.W., aged 14, 
June 17. Left 1889. 1 Scott 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1892. M.A. 1896. Ordained 1895. Assistant 
Chaplain, Missions to Seamen, East India Dock Road, Poplar, London, E. 

May, Henry Ernest, third son of Edwin May, Esq., (O.R. 1850), Oaklands, 
Beading, aged 14, July 7. Left 1887. 2 Elsee 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1891. M.A. 1895. M.B. 1898. Medical Officer of 
Health, St. Albans District Council. Of Victoria Street, St. Albans, Herts. 

Ohren, Spencer, son of John Ohren, Esq., afterwards Ohren Ovington, 

Rio de Janeiro, aged 14, March 13. Left 1888. 3 Elsee 

XV. 1887, 1888. Has assumed the additional surname of OVINGTON after OHREN. 



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Roberts, Arthur John Bodvel, son of John Hugh Roberts, Esq., Clerk of 
the Peace for Carnarvon, Dinas, Carnarvon, aged 13, August 31. 
Left 1888. 2 Elsee 

Admitted a Solicitor 1894. Of Cefny Coed, Carnarvon. 

Scott-Turner, Montagu Cecil, third son of Mrs. Scott-Turner, and the late 
Henry Scott, Esq., South Field, Uxbridge, aged 14, December 1. 
Left 1889. 2 Elsee 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1892. 

Dawson, Vincent Osborne Cort, son of Osborne Edward Dawson, Esq., 
(O.R. 1856), Elstree, Herts, aged 14, Jan. 19. Left 1888. 3 Whitelaw 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1892. 

Dugdale, William, son of Joseph Dugdale, Esq., Blackburn, aged 14, July 
31. Left 1887. 1 Whitelaw 

In the Cotton and Iron Trades. Died 1894. 

Litkie, Maximilian Mackenzie, eldest son of Valerian Arnold Litkie, Esq., 
Hornsey, London, N., aged 14, February 8. Left 1888. 2 Whitelaw 
In the 1st Derby Militia 1891. Junior Constitutional Club. 

Oakshott, Walter Escott, son of Thomas W. Oakshott, Esq., J.P., Rock 
Ferry, Cheshire, aged 15, March 11. Left 1888. 3 Whitelaw 

XI. 1888. Sandhurst 1889. Gazetted to the 1st Battalion The Lancashire 
Fusiliers October 29, 1890. Captain 1899. 

Worship, Verelst Turner, second son of the late William Worship, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Worship, Ormsby St. Michael, Great Yarmouth, 
aged 14, February 20. Left 1887. 2 Whitelaw 

Sandhurst September, 1890. Gazetted to the Royal Mounted Fusiliers 1892. 
Captain 1901. Served in the Niger Territories Expedition 1898. Despatches. 
D.S.O. Of Ormesby St. Michael, Great Yarmouth. 

Westcott, Robert Basil, seventh son of the Rev. Brooke Foss Westcott,D.D., 

Regius Professor of Divinity, Cambridge, afterwards Lord Bishop 

of Durham, aged 13, October 14 Left 1890. 2 Whitelaw 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1894. M.A. 1898. Ordained 1896. Cambridge 

Delhi Mission 1896. Died of Cholera at Delhi August, 1900. 

Dalby, John, eldest son of Robert Dalby Dalby, Esq., (O.R. 1849, as R. D. 
Blunt), Charnwood, Wimbledon, aged 13, May 27. Leftl889. 1 Morice 

Woolwich 1889. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery February, 1891. Captain 1900. 
Served in the Tirah Expedition 1897-98. Medal with two Clasps. Of Castle 
Donington, Leicestershire. Army and Navy Club. 

Nevill, Robert Charles Reginald, eldest son of Robert Whately Nevill, Esq., 
Perry Crofts, Tarn worth, aged 14, March 13. Left 1889. 1 Morice 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B. Third Class Law Tripos 1894. 
Admitted a Solicitor 1898. Practising in London. Of Croft Cottage, Elmstead 
Lane, Ghislehurst. 

Stevenson, Ernest Bruce, third son of Nathaniel Stevenson, Esq., 
51, Wimpole Street, London, W., aged 14, January 27. Left 
1889. 2 Morice 

A Dental Surgeon, St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Of 54, Brook Street, Grosvenor 
Square, London, W. Royal Societies Club. 

Alston, Edward Gardiner, third son of Francis "Beilby Alston, Esq., after- 
wards K.O.M.G., of the Foreign Office, 69, Eccleston Square, 
London, S. W., aged 13, August 27. Left 1S89. 3 Donkin 

XV. 18S9. Sandhurst 1890. Gazetted to the Coldstream Guards March 1891. 
Selected for employment in the British Central African Protectorate, in the 



suppression of the Slave Trade, 1894, where his services were specially 
commended. Appointed Vice-Consul for South Nyassa. Died of Fever at 
Blautyre 14th May, 1897. 



118 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Hoasley, Charles, second son of John Housley, Esq. , Crowhurst, West End 
Lane, London, N.W., aged 13, December 15. Left 1890. 3 Donkin 

Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1890. 

Fagge, Robert Hilton, elder son of Herbert William Fagge, Esq., Lutter- 
worth, aged 13, August 10 Left 1888. 2 Michell 

A Medical Student, Guy's Hospital, 1891. M.E.C.S. and L.R.C P. 1894. In 
practice at Latham House, Melton Mowbray. 

G-oode, Thomas, elder son of Charles Vickery Goodo, Esq , Dunedin, 
Twickenham, aged 15, December 2. Left 1887. 2 Michell 

On the London Stock Exchange from 1887. Of Dunedin, Twickenham. 

Lowther, Claude William Henry, only son of Captain Francis W. Lowther, 
R.N., 63, Pont Street, London, S.W., aged 14, June 26. Left 
1887. 3 Michell 

Diplomatic Service 1894. M.P. for the Eskdale Division of Cumberland from 
1900. Served with the Imperial Yeomanry in the South African War 1900. 
A.D.O. to Sir Charles Warren, who recommended him for the Victoria Cross for 
gallantry at the Battle of Faber's Point. Despatches. Queen's Medal with Clasp. 
Of The Albany, Piccadilly, London, W. 

Ogle, William Hall, eldest son of Richard Ogle, Esq., Wood End, 
Altrincham, aged 14, December 19. Left 1888. 1 Michell 

On a Cattle Kanche in America. Of Hinsdale, Montana, U.S.A. 

Poulsom, Harrison Hale, third son of William Poulsom, Esq , Bootle, 
Liverpool, aged 14, December 28. Left 1889. 2 Michell 

An Estate Agent. Of Seaton, Agnes Road, Blundellsands, Liverpool. 

Ranking, George Harvey, only son of Harvey Ranking, Esq., Buckingham 
Gate, London, aged 14, April 7. Left 1888. 3 Michell 

In business in London 1889. Manager, Rugby Notting Hill Club. New College, 
Oxford, from 1903. Reading for Holy Orders. 

Low, Charles Ernest, eldest son of the Rev. Charles Low, Borthwick Road, 
Stratford, London, E., aged 15, November 29. Left 1888. 2 Michell 

Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1888. Scholar of Wadham College, Oxford, First 
Class Classical Moderations 1890. B.A. 1892. Indian Civil Service 1892 
Assistant Commissioner Central Provinces 1893. Settlement Officer 1898. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1885. 

Abbott, Edwin Alexander, son of John Abbott, Esq., Braemar House, 
Bayawater Road, London, W., aged 13, November 25. Left 
1888. 1 School 

A Student of Agriculture 1891. 

Beloe, Edward Milligen, elder son of Edward Milligen Beloe, Esq., F.S.A., 
Kings Lynn, Norfolk, aged 13, November 1. Left 1889. 3 School 

Admitted a Solicitor 1894. Practising at Hunstanton, and Kings Lynn. 

Bouth, Eustace Frederick Delamere, fourth son of Frederick William 
Delamere Bouth, Esq., Woodfields, Leigh, Lancashire, aged 14, 
April 2. Left 1888: 2 School 

In business as a Cotton Spinner. J.P. 1903. Of Parkfield, Leigh, Lancashire. 

G-ardiner, Joseph Napier, eldest son of John William Gardiner, Esq., 
Shahpur, Punjab, India, aged 13, November 28. Left 1890. 2 School 

Scholar 1886. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1890 Scholar of Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, B.A 1893. M.B. 1898. M.D. 1902. Served in the South African 
War 1900, attached to General Hospital at Kroonstad and Rondebosch. Of 
Glen wood, Auckland Road, Upper Norwood. 



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Higginbotham, George, third son of the late Edwin Higginbotham, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Higginbotham, 17, Westbourne Terrace, Glasgow, 
aged 14, April 8. Left 1889. 2 School 

A.M.I. Mechanical Engineers. Chief Engineer to the Calico Printers' Association, 
Manchester. Of Abbotsleigh, Knutsford, Cheshire. 

Nicholls, Francis John, second son of Edward William Nicholls, Esq., 
21, Haringay Park, Crouch End, London, N., aged 15, July 4. 
Left 1889.a School 

Scholar 1885. XI. 1888, 1889. Major Exhibitioner 1889. Scholar of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, 1889. M.B. 1900. M.B.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1899. In practice 
at Ellerslie, Eltham, Kent, from 1901. 

Thomson, George Cockburn, son of Spencer Campbell Thomson, Esq., 
(O.R. 1858). 10, Eglinton Crescent, Edinburgh, aged 13, February 
4. Left 1888. 1 School 

Wilson, Charles Eustace, eldest son of Charles Eustace Wilson, Esq., 
Forest Glado, Leytonstone, nged 13, July 15. Left 1890. 3 School 
XV. 1890. Admitted a Solicitor 1896. Offices, 20, Basiughall Street. Of Durban 
House, East Ham, Essex. Gresham Club. 

Bartlett, Frank, third son of the Rev. Robert Edward Bartlett, (O.K. 1843), 

Rainsford Lodge, Chelmsford, aged 13, January 27. Left 

1891. ' Bowden Smith 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1895. Ceylon Civil Service 1895. Police Magistrate, 

Kandy, Ceylon, from 1902. 

Davies, Ottley Wilding, second son of John Morgan Davies, Esq., Frood- 
vale. Llandilo, aged 15. June 18. Left 1887. 2 Bowden Simth 

Passed Solicitor's Final Examination 1893. Farming in Wales. Of Aberduhonw. 
Builth Wells, S. Wales. 

Lassen, Camil Charles, younger son of Edward Samuel Lassen, Esq., 
Bradford, aged 14, August 13- Left 1886 3 Bowden Smith 

Studied Languages in Germany 1891. A Merchant in Bradford. 

Powell, Edward Athelstane Lewis, only son of William Beauclerc Powell, 
Esq., Nant Eos, Aberystwith, aged 14, November 12. Left 
1888. 3 Bowden Smith 

University College, Oxford, 1899. J.P. for Cardiganshire. Late Captain 3rd 
Leicestershire Regiment. Of Nant Eos, Aberystwith. Badminton Club. 

Schreiber, Charles Shuldham, son of the late Captain Charles Albert 

Schreiber, 34th Regiment, care of Mrs. Schreiber, Roundwood, 

Ipswich, aged 14 May 17 Left, 1888. 2 Bowden Smith 

In the Suffolk Militia 1891. Gazetted to the 1st Life Guards 1893. Captain 1898. 

Baker, Ernest Arthur, fourth son of Thomas Baker, Esq., Wallcroft, 
Durdham Park, Bristol, aged 15, August 17. Left 1888. 3 Scott 
A Member of the Bristol Stock Exchange from 1895. Of 33, Westbury Road, 
Westbury-on-Trym, Gloucestershire. 

Burton, Frank, son of Edward Burton, Esq , Eaves Hall, Clitheroo, aed 
14. April 10. Leftl889. 2 Scott 

VIII. 1888, 1889. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1893 An Engineer. Of 
Hillside, Park Road, Hale, Cheshire. 

Jessop, Thomas Harvey, son of Thomas Richard Jessop, Esq., Roundhay 
Mount, Leeds, aged 15, September 10. Left 1889. 2 Scott 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 18S9. Of 32, Park Square, Leeds. 

Sykes, Herbert Rushton, eldest son of Arthur Henry Sykes, Esq., (o.n.1855), 
Edgeley Mount, Stockport. aged 14. October 12. Left 18K9. 3 Scott 
Christ Church, Oxford, B-A andM.A. Address, Lydham Manor, Bishops Castle, 
Salop. Junior Carlton Club. 



120 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 

Allen, William Lynn, third son of Bulkeley Allen, Esq., J.P., (O.K. 1853), 
West Lynn, Alfcrincham, aged 14, May 8. Left 1888. 3 Elsee 

Gazetted to the 3rd (Militia) Battalion, The King's Own Yorkshire Light 
Infantry, March 21, 1891. Border Regiment 1893. Captain 1902. Retired 1903. 
Served in the South African War 1899-1902. Despatches. D.S.O. Queen's 
Medal with five Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. Of West Lynn, 
Altrincham. 

Heginbottom, George Assheton, fourth son of Thomas Heginbottom, Esq., 
Ashton-under-Lyne, aged 14, January 20. Lefb 1888. 3 Elsee 

Pembroke College, Oxford, 1890. A Cotton Spinner. Of Stamford House, 
Ashton-under-Lyne. 

Twist, Arthur Cyril, second son of George Francis Twist, Esq., Keresley, 
Coventry, aged 13, December 25. Left 1886. 3 Elsee 

Of El Toro, Orange County, California, U.S.A. 

Behrens, Olive, fifth son of Edward Behrens, Esq., Fallowfield, Manchester, 
and Oorby Castle, Carlisle, aged 13, Nov. 14. Left 1888. 3 Whitelaw 

VIII. 1888. Woolwich 1889. Gazetted to the 77th Field Battery, Royal Artillery, 
February, 1891. Captain 1899. Retired 1902. Of The Holt, Scalby, R.S.O., 
Yorkshire. 

Birkin, Philip Austen, fifth son of Thomas Birkin, Esq., Ruddington 
Grange, Nottingham, aged 15, September 24. Left 1887. 2 Whitelaw 
In business at Nottingham. Of Gartree House, The Park, Nottingham. 

Hobsoii, Henry Overton, son of William Henry Hobson, Esq., Berkhamp- 
stead, aged 14, June 10. Left 1887. 3 Whitelaw 

Studied abroad 1888-9. Edinburgh University 1890. M.B. 1899. Of 38, Leineter 
Gardens, Hyde Park, London, W. 

Marshall, Louis, eldest son of Henry Marshall, Esq., Barcelona, aged 14, 
December 9. Left 189. 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1885. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1889. Passed 2nd in Indian Civil 
Service Examination 1888. At Balliol College, Oxford, 1888. India 1891. 
Joint Magistrate N.W. Provinces and Oudh 1898. 

Penn-G-askell, William, son of Peter Penn-Gaskell, Esq., Shanagarry 
House, Middleton, County Cork, and Junior Carlton Club, 
London, aged 13, November 9. Left 1886. 1 Whitelaw 

In Messrs. A. Gibbs & Co., Iquique, West Coast of S. America. 

Reynolds, Walter Hugh, son of W. Reynolds, Esq., Highgate, London, N., 
aged 14, February 2. Left 1889. 2 Whitelaw 

Mitchell- Withers, Arthur, son of John Brightmore Mitchell- Withers, Esq., 
Ecclesall, Sheffield, aged 14, January 6. Left 1888. 2 Whitelaw 
Admitted a Solicitor 1895. Practising at 115, Norfolk Street, Sheffield. 

Dunkerley, William Charles, son of Charles Chorlton Dunkerley, Esq., 
Hurst Dale, Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 15, Aug. 20. Left 1888. 2 Morice 
XI. 1888. In the Iron and Steel Trade. Of Hurst Dale, Bowdon, Cheshire. 

Moss, Henry Seymour, son of John Seymour Moss, Esq., Buttfield, Hessle, 
Yorkshire, aged 13, December 6. Left 1890. 2 Morice 

Scholar 1885. Major Exhibitioner 1890. Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge, 
1889. B A. 1893. LL.B. 1894. LL.M. and M.A. 1898. LL D. 1904. Called to 
the Bar, Inner Temple, 1895. Assumed the additional name of BLUNDELL 1892. 
Of 4, Brick Court, Temple, London, B.C. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Peters, Thomas Entwistle, son of the late Ralph Entwistle Peters, Esq., 
and of Mrs. Yine. Eastington Rectory, Stonehouse, Gloucester- 
shire, aged 13, April 1. Left 1889. 2 Morice 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 1890. Of Park Postyn, near Crawley. 
Arthur's Club. 



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Wood, Kyrle Mills, son of the late Thomas Wood, Esq., care of Mrs. Wood, 
1, Upper Montague Street, Russell Square, London, aged 14, 
July 9. Left same Term. Morice 

A Clerk in the Bank of England. Of 49, Gordon Square, London, W.C. 

Hawtrey, Seymour Henry Coleridge, son of the Rev. Henry Oourtenay 
Hawtrey, Nursling Rectory, Southampton, aged 13, January 9. 
Left 1886. 1 Donkin 

In a Mercantile Office in Auckland, New Zealand, 1891. In South America 1904. 
Home address, The Cottage, Windsor. 

Speed, George Harry, third son of Robert Henry Speed, Esq., Cavendish 
Road East, The Park, Nottingham, aged 14, February 19. Left 
1887. 2 Donkin 

Residing in Western Australia. Home address, as above. 

Bainton, James Hubert, second son of Henry William Bainton, Esq , 
Beverley, aged 14. May 20. Lef b 1888. 3 Michell 

In business as a Maltster. Of 87, Bailgate, Lincoln. New Club. 

English, Alexander Emmanuel, eighth son of Joseph Thomas English, 
Esq., J.P., Wayfield, Stratford-on-Avon, aged 13, November 5. 
Left 1889. 3 Michell 

Exhibitioner of St. John's College, Cambridge, 1889. Passed Indian Civil Service 
Examination July, 1890. India 1892. Assistant Commissioner First Grade, 
Burma. East India United Service Club. 

Sharp, George Edward, third son of Henry Sharp, Esq., Newbrook, 
Atherton, Manchester, aged 14, March 13. Left 1889. 3 Michell 

Sandhurst 1889. Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion East Lancashire Regiment May 
28, 1891. Captain 1897. Served in the South African War 1900-02, including 
actions at Karee Siding, Vet River, and Zand River. Queen's Medal with three 
Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. Sports Club. 

Rhodes, William Heaton, third son of the late Robert Heaton Rhodes, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Rhodes, Elmwood, Christchurch, New Zealand, aged 
15, May 2. Left 1888. 2 Michell 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1890. Died from a fall from a ladder in College, 
October, 1894. 

Hudson, Norman Westlake, second son of the late Rev. Albert Hudson, 
care of Mrs. Hudson, The Crescent, Rugby, aged 33, February 6. 
Left 1890* Town 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1893. Farming in Kent. Of Willow Island 
Farm, near Edenbridge, Kent. 

Maffey, Henry Howard, elder son of Mr. Thomas Maffey, Hillmorton 
Road, Rugby, aged 13, October 11. Left 1890. 1 Town 

In the London and County Bank, 21, Lombard Street, B.C., from 1890. Address, 
South Corner, Rugby. 

Pridmore, William Henry, second son of Mr. John Pridmore, Clifton Road, 
Rugby, aged 13, October 30. Left 1889. 2 Town 

Jesus College, Oxford, B.A. and M.A. In business as a Corn Merchant, Rugby 
and Dunchurch. Of Chislehurst, Hillmorton Road, Rugby. 

Boyce, Francis Stewart, son of the Rev. Francis Bertie Boyce, St. Pauls, 
Redfern, Sydney, New South Wales, aged 13, June 26. Left 
1889.' Whitelaw 

Sydney University, March, 1890. Residing at Sydney, New South Wales. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1886. 

Francis, Reginald John Edwards, son of John Richardson Francis, Esq., 
J.P., Llwyn Derw, Swansea, aged 14, April 18. Left 1888. 3 School 

Student at the University of Liege 1891. 
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122 Jex-BlaJce, 1874-87. 



Furber, Albert Leslie, son of Charles Furber, Esq., 6, Upper Hamilton 
Terrace, London, N.W., aged 13, January 10. Left 1888. 1 School 
In business in London. 

Henderson, Michael William, son of William Horn Henderson, Esq., 
Nether Parkley, Linlithgow, N.B., aged 14, June 20. Left 

1888. 1 School 

A Chartered Accountant 1894. Served in the South African War 1900-01 with 
the 1st Royal Scots and 12th Mounted Infantry. Queen's Medal with four Clasps. 
Of Bank House, Linlithgow. 

Menzies, Frederick William, son of W. J. Menzies, Esq., Canaan House, 
Grangetown, Edinburgh, aged 14, Nov. 11. Left 1889. 2 School 
XI. 1889. In business in New York, U.S. A. 

Parsons, John Francis, eldest son of John Parsons, Esq., (o.R. 1848), 11, 
Norham Gardens, Oxford, aged 13, March 19. Left 1889. 3 School 
Merton College, Oxford, B.A. and M.A. 1897. Of Tubney House, Abingdon. 

Swan, Nathaniel Clayton, second son of Eobert Swan, Esq., (O.R. 1848), 
The Quarry, Lincoln, aged 13, September 16. Left 1888. 2 School 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1895. Of Atherstone House, Lincoln. 

Wood, Harold Rowley, son of the late Arthur Wood, Esq., care of Mrs. 
Wood, Tendring, Riggindale, Streatham, aged 13, July 22. Left 

1888. 2 School 

Thornton, Charles, son of C. Thornton, Esq. ,10, Courtfield Gardens, South 
Kensington, aged 15, August 26. Left 1889. 2 Bowden Smith 

Minor Exhibitioner 1889. Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1892. Called to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, 1896. Reform Club. 

Croft, Frank Garrett, son of the late John Croft, Esq., nephew of Frank 
Garrett, Esq., (O.R. 1860), Aldringham, Saxmundham, aged 14, 
January 22. Scott 

Died at School December 7, 1889. Memorial Tablet in the School Chapel. 

Dove, Percy Matthew, son of John Matthew Dove, Esq., 21, Devonshire 
Place, Claughton, Birkenhead, aged 14, March 18. Left 1888. 2 Scott 
Gazetted to the Derby Regiment 1893. Captain Notts and Derby Regiment 1900. 
Served in South Africa 1896. In West Africa 1897-98, Gold Coast and Karaga. 
Medal with Clasp, In the South African War 1899-1901, including Colenso, Spion 
Kop, Yaal Krantz, and Pieter's Hill. Queen's Medal with five Clasps. 

Garraway, Harry Stephenson, son of T. Garraway, Esq., Barbadoes, West 
Indies, aged 14, April 17. Left 1888. 2 Scott 

XI. 1888. Sandhurst 1891. Gazetted 2nd Lieutenant Unattached List 1893. 

Hodgson, Frederick James , second son of the Rev. Francis Greaves Hodgson , 
(O.R. 1856), Pilton Rectory, Oundle, aged 14, December 16. Left 
1889. 8 Scott 

Gazetted to the 4th (Militia) Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment 1891. An 
Indigo Planter. Died at Bussawn, India, 15th September, 1897. 

Peck, Frederick Garrett, son of the late Frederick Peck, Esq., care of Mrs. 
Peck, Alma Cottage, Leiston, Suffolk, aged 14, January 8. Left 
1890.1 Scott 

University College, London, 1891. St. George's Hospital. Entrance Scholar and 
Brodie Prizeman. Died January, 1900. 

Bischoff, Charles Edward, eldest son of Thomas William Bischoff, Esq., 
(O.R. 1858), Long Ditton Hill, Surrey, aged 12, February 24. 
Left 1891.' Elsee 

Scholar 1886. Trinity College, Oxford, B.A., M.A. Second Class Law School 1894. 
Admitted a Solicitor 1898. Of 4, Great Winchester Street, London, B.C. Union 
Club. 



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Hawthorn, William Van Haansbergen, son of William Hawthorn, Esq., 
Wreighburn House, Rothbury, aged 14, July 30. LeftlSSS. 1 Elsee 

Farming in Canada 1891. 

Blake, Edward Algernon deader, son of Edward Frederick Blake, Esq., 
Shanklin Tower, Isle of Wight, aged 14, August 27. Left 
I887. 3 Whifcelaw 

Gazetted to 2nd Durham Light Infantry 1893. Captain 1900. Major 1902. Served 
in the South African War 1899-1902, including Battles of Colenso and Vaal Kranz. 
Severely wounded. Despatches. Brevet of Major. Queen's Medal with two 
Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Durham, Frank Rogers, son of Arthur Edward Durham, Esq., 82, Brook 
Street, London, W., aged 13, July 10. Left 1889. 3 Whitelaw 

London University 1891. Of 13, Erlenstrasse, Frankfort-on-Maine. 

Mappin, Herbert Joseph, third son of John Newton Mappin, Esq., South- 
gate, Middlesex, aged 14, October 24. Left 1890. 2 Whitelaw 
XV. 1888, 1889. Served in the South African War 1900, with the Special Corps, 
Imperial Yeomanry. Of Headley Park, Epsom. 

Harrison, Charles Holmes, son of Edward Francis Harrison, Esq., 
(O.R. 1844), Thornley, South Norwood Hill, London, S.E., aged 13, 
April 11. Left 1890. 3 Morice 

Passed 16th for Indian Civil Service Examination 1891. King's CoUege, 
Cambridge, 1891. India 1893. Assistant Commissioner, Punjab. 

McKenzie, Alexander Gordon, son of Alexander George McKenzie, Esq., 
Gray Road, Sunderland, aged 14, June 23. Left 1889. 3 Morice 
Christ Church, Oxford, 1890. Of Silksworth Hall, Sunderland. 

Strachan, William Hearfield, son of Alexander Strachan, Esq., Ivy House, 
Willerby, Hull, aged 14, July 27. Left 1889. 2 Morice 

Of Ivy House, Willerby, Hull. 

Maxwell, Wellwood James, second son of Wellwood Maxwell, Esq., 
Holmfield, Aigburth, Liverpool, aged 13, March 31. Left 
1890. 1 Donkin 

A Chartered Accountant from 1896. Of Holmfield, Aigburth. 

McNeill, John Hill Trevor, son of John McNeill, Esq., Hill Mount, Larne, 
County Antrim, aged 14, September 10. Left 1888. 1 Donkin 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1892. Called to the Bar, King's Inns, Dublin, 1894. 
Of 52, Leeson Park, Dublin. 

Onions, Simon Alfred, second son of John Oollingwood Onions, Esq., The 
Grange, Tyseley, aged 13, June 14. Left 1889. 3 Donkin 

Articled to a Chartered Accountant. 

Beale, Stanley Leonard, third son of William Lansdowne Beale, Esq., 
Waltham St. Laurence, Berks, aged 14, January 19. Left 
1888. 1 Michell 

Merton College, Oxford, 1891. New Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

G-addum, Alfred Edward, fourth son of Henry Theodore Gaddum, Esq., 
Green Walk, Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 13, July 23. Left 
1889. 1 Michell 

Scholar 1886. In business in Manchester. Of Oakley, Bowdon, Cheshire. 

Michell, John Colloryan, eldest son of John Michell, Esq ., Consul-General, 
St. Petersburg, aged 15, September 22. Left 1887. 3 Michell 

Gazetted to the Worcestershire Regiment, from Ranks Rhodesian Protectorate 
Regiment, 19th May, 1900. Captain Royal Garrison Regiment 1902. Served in 
the South African War 1899-1902. Relief of Maf eking. Action at Blands'a River 
Queen's Medal with four Clasps. 



124 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Moxon, Archibald James, eldest son of Mr. William Moxon, Thurlaston, 
aged 13, March 3. Left 1890. 2 Town 

Tait Scholar 1890. Keble College, Oxford, B.A. 1893. M.A. 1895. Ordained 1895. 
Vicar of Sibford Gower, Oxon, from 1899. 

Moxon, Harold, second son of the above Mr. William Moxon, aged 12, 
February 18. Left 1888. 1 Town 

A Land Agent and Surveyor 1891-98. King's College, London, 1898-1900. 
Ordained 1900. Rector of Thorpe Mandeville, Banbury, from 1904. 

Tupper, John Holman Eyre, only son of Mrs. Tupper and the late John 

Lucas Tupper, Esq., Rugby, aged 13, Oct. 9. Left 1891. 2 Town 

Scholar 1887. Scholar of Queen's College, Oxford, Second Class Final Classical 

School 1895. B.A. 1896. Passed into Indian Civil Service 1895. India 1896. 

Assistant Collector and Magistrate, Bombay. 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1886. 

Chalmers, Patrick Reginald, eldest son of Patrick Chalmers, Esq., Aldbar 
Castle, Brechin, N.B., aged 12, June 27. Left 1892. 1 School 

Of 11, Hyde Park Chambers, Albert Gate, London. White's Club. 

Kittermaster, Arthur Noel Colley, second son of the Rev. Frederick 
Wilson Kittermaster, Bayston Hill, Shrewsbury, aged 14, October 
14. Left 1890. 2 School 

Scholar of Christ's College, Cambridge, 1890. B.A. Second Class Classical Tripos, 
Part I., 1893. M.A. 1900. Assistant Master, Dulwich College, from 1896. 

Mackinnon, William, eldest son of William Mackinnon, Esq., 12, fluntly 
Gardens, Billhead, Glasgow, aged 14, Aug. 7. Lef fc 1889. 8 School 

Glasgow University 1890. A Chartered Accountant. Of 34, West George Street, 
Glasgow. 

Salt, Frederick John, only son of John Charles Salt, Esq., fo.R. 1853), 
38, Gloucester Square, London, W., aged 13, June 25. Left 
1891. 2 School 

XV. 1890. Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1896. M.A. 1898. Ordained 1897. 
In charge of Gwelo, Diocese of Mashonaland, 1903. Of The Church House, Gwelo, 
Rhodesia. 

Smales, Harold Wakefield, son of Charles Smales, Esq., 1, Magdala Place, 
Whitby, aged 13, November 7. Left 1889. 1 School 

In business as a Timber Merchant at Whitby. 

Gibb, Alexander, eldest son of Alexander Easton Gibb, Esq., Beamsley 
Hall, Skipton, aged 14, February 12. Left 1890. 8 Bowden Smith 
University College, London, 1890-91. A Civil Engineer. Constructed the new 
Kew Bridge. Caledonian Club. 

Jones, John Hanmer flylton, son of Hanmer Hylton Jones, Esq., 
Shelbrooke Hill, Ruabon, aged 15, December 11. Left 
1888. 1 Bowden Smith 

Allen, Sydney Elliston, son of Elliston Allen, Esq., Ballingdon, Sudbury, 
Suffolk, aged 14, February 25. Left 1888. 1 Scott 

Hall, William Grey, second son of Henry Hall, Esq.,Parkfield, Handforth, 

Cheshire, aged 14, November 22. Left 1888. 8 Scott 

Owen's College, Manchester, 1888-1890. Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, 

1891. Diploma 1893. Agent from 1898 for the Winstanley Estates. Of Park 

House, Winstanley, Wigan. 

Mather, Walter Stanley, second son of Arthur Stanley Mather, Esq., 
(O.K. 1857), Beechwood, Woolton, Liverpool, aged 13, June 4. 
Left 1889. 2 Scott 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1892. Ordained 1903. A Missionary in South Africa. 
Address, 44, Freehold Street, Fairneld, Liverpool. 



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Bond, Frank, fourth son of Frank Walters Bond, Esq., Wargrave Hill, 
Henley-on-Thames, and 48, Portland Place, London, W., aged 14, 
December 14. Left 1890. 2 Whitelaw 

In the Bank of Mexico 1891. Address, as above. 

Buckland, Leonard Vine, son of the late Stephen Vine Buckland, Esq., 
of Geelong, Victoria, care of Mrs. Buckland, 8, St. Aubyn Road, 
Upper Norwood, aged 13, July 24. Left 1889. 1 Whitelaw 

Admitted a Solicitor in Melbourne 1896. Of Camperdown, Victoria, Australia. 

Feldenheimer, Willy Moses, son of Ferdinand Feldenheimer, Esq., 
11, Fitzjohns Avenue, London, N.W., aged 12, May 31. Left 
1890. 2 Whitelaw 

A Merchant in London 1891. 

Lee, Arthur Herbert, eldest son of Arthur Lee, Esq., (O.K. 1859), Lewes, 
aged 13, June 16. Left 1891. 2 Whitelaw 

Admitted a Solicitor 1897. Of Westfield House, Lewes. 

Whitelaw, Arthur Robert, second son of Robert Whitelaw, Esq., Assistant 
Master at Rugby School, aged 14, Dec. 3. Left 1889. 2 Whitelaw 

Agricultural College, Qu'Appelle, North- West Canada. Fruit Farming, Ontario, 
from 1895. Of Grimsby, Ontario, Canada. 

James, William Ashton, son of the Rev. Alfred James, (o.n, 1848), Rector 
of Burwarton, Bridgnorth, aged 14, Oct. 15. Left 1889. 2 Morice 
A Clerk in Messrs. Childs' Bank, 1, Fleet Street, London, E.G. 

Beale, Edmund Phipson, second son of Charles Gabriel Beale, Esq., Maple 

Bank, Edgbaston, aged 14, March 7. Left 1890. 1 Morice 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1890. Admitted a Solicitor 1901. Address, as above. 

King, Robert Harry, son of William Hartley King, Esq., Wychbury, 
Stourbridge, aged 13, July 18. Left 1889. 2 Morice 

In business. Address, Wollescote House, Stourbridge. 

May, Frederick Albert Wolff, son of Frederick Albert May, Esq., Laurie 
Park Gardens, Sydenham, aged 13, October 10. Left 1889.* Morice 

In the Shipping Trade. Of 10, The Boltons, London, S.W. 

Richardson, George Beigh, fourth son of John Wigham Richardson, Esq., 
Wingrove House, Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 13, November 26. 
Left^l890. 2 Morice 

VIII. 1889, 1890. Winner of the Spencer Cup at Wimbledon 1889, and Bisley 1890. 
Worcester College, Oxford, B.A. 1896. M.A. 1900. Called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, 1901. Of Hindley Hall, Stocksfield, R.S.O., Northumberland. 

Cayzer, John Sanders, second sou of Charles William Cayzer, Esq., 
Clevedon, Cove, Dumbartonshire, aged 14, October 24. Left 
1887. 2 Elsee 

Sandhurst 1889. Gazetted to 4th Dragoon Guards 1891. Captain 1898. Major 
1901. Served in the South African War 1899-1900. Relief of Ladysmith. 
Despatches. Brevet of Major. Queen's Medal with six Clasps. 

Brodhurst-Hill, Robert, eldest son of Alfred Brodhurst-Hill, Esq., 
(O.K. 1848), 5, Avenue Elmers, Surbiton, and Junior Carlton Club, 
aged 13, September 18. Left 1888. 1 Donkin 

Has gone to Australia. 

Brook, Charles Herbert, eldest son of William Henry Brook, Esq., 
Sunnyside, Blundellsands, Liverpool, aged 14, November 22. 
Left 1888. 1 Michell 

Admitted a Solicitor 1895. Of 1, Southwark Bridge Road, London, S.B. 



126 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Blaber, Percy Leonard, third son of William Blaber, Esq., Beckworfch, 
Lindfield, Sussex, aged 14, October 8. Left 1889* Michell 

A Medical Student at St. Thomas's Hospital 1890. M.R C.S. and L.R-C.P. 1895. 
Of Sunny Bank, Shoot-up-Hill, Brondesbury, London, N.E. 

Broadbent, John Wilfrid, second son of Charles Broadbent, Esq., Latch- 
ford, Warrington, aged 14, September 21. Left 1888. 5 Michell 

In business. Served in the South African War, 1900, with the Cheshire Yeomanry. 
Killed at Celegenfontein, 24th November, 1901. 

Loweutlial, Sidney Joseph, fourth son of Joseph Lowenthal, Esq., The 
Grange, Huddersfield, aged 14, August 24. Left 1890. 2 Michell 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1894. Student of the Inner Temple. In 
the Office of Land Registry, London. New University Club. 

Norbury, George Fletcher, only son of George Norbury, Esq., Prestwich 
Park, Manchester, aged 15, November 5. Left 1888. 3 Michell 

In business as a Stock and Share Broker in Manchester from 1889. Of 1, Police 
Street, Manchester, and as above. 

Morris, Thomas Coppell, son of Thomas Morris, Esq., Brynnie House, 
Oxton, Cheshire, aged 13, August 20. Left 1889. 1 Michell 

On the Liverpool Stock Exchange. Of Newfleld Hall, Middlewich, Cheshire. 

Wilson, Arthur Wellesley, sixth son of Henry Charles Wilson, Esq., 
Prestwich, Manchester, aged 13, June 18. Left 1887. 3 Michell 

Gazetted to the 3rd (Militia) Battalion The Lincolnshire Regiment 1890. Of 
Moss Pitt, Stafford. 

Austen, Sydney, third son of Ambrose Austen, Esq., 26, flillmorton Road, 
Rugby, aged 13, April 30. Left 1889. 1 Town 

H.M.S. " Conway," 1889. In the National Provincial Bank, Manchester. 

Cox, George Darrell, third son of Arthur Russell Cox, Esq., The Old Bank, 
Rugby, aged 14, April 19. Left 1889. 2 Town 

A Life Insurance Inspector. Of Ward End. Warwickshire. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1886. 

Baylis, Henry Edward Montgomery, son of Mrs. Baylis, 27, Werter Road, 
Putney, aged 14, August 24. Left 1890. 2 School 

VIII. 1890. M.B. Durham 1898. M.R C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1897. F.8.A. 1899. Of 
Broadclyst, Ray Park Avenue, Maidenhead. 

Betterton, Henry Bucknall, eldest son of Henry Inman Betterton, Esq., 

Thorndale House, Woodville, Burton-on-Trent, aged 14, August 

15. Left 1890. 2 School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1893. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1896. Of 

16, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. Wellington Club. 

Bou.th, Rollo Delamere, fifth son of Frederick William Delamere Bouth, 
Elsq., Woodfields, Leigh, Lancashire, aged 14, September 2. Left 
1888. 2 School 

Admitted a Solicitor 1899. Died 1902. 

Bryden, Charles Lumsdaine, only son of the late James Lumsdaine 
Bryden, Esq., M.D., care of Mrs. Bryden, 35, Holland Villas Road, 
Kensington, aged 13, November 19. Left 189 1. 2 School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1895. 

Courtenay, Henry Hugh, second son of Henry Reginald Conrtenay, Esq., 
afterwards Lord Courtenay by courtesy, Mill Brook, Exeter, aged 
14, August 1. Left 1890. 1 School 

Ordained 1895. Rector of Powderham, Devon, from 1904. 



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Davy. George Charles Hague, eldest son of David Davy, Esq., Parkhead, 

Sheffield, aged 13, September 28. Left 1891. 1 School 

Director of Manvers Main and other Collieries. Of Skellow Grange, Doncaster. 

LangWOrthy, Edward Southwood, fourth son of James William Lang- 
worthy, Esq., 15, Princes Gardens, London, S.W., aged 14, 
October 10. Left 1890. a School 

St. George's Hospital 1891. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1897. Of 44, Brook Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London, W. 

Langworthy, Geoffrey Parker, fifth son of the above James William 
Langworthy, Esq., aged 13, October 9. Left 1891. 2 School 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1891. 

Marshall, Hannath Douglas, third son of the Rev. Charles James Marshall, 
Bengeo, Hertford, aged 14, July 29. Left 1889. 3 School 

A Tea Planter in India since 1890. Manager of the Majagram Tea Estate, 
Udarbund P.O., Cachar, Assam, India. 

Moultrie, Steuart Bullen, son of George William Moultrie, Esq., (o R. 1843), 
Bank of England, Manchester, aged 13, November 6. Left 
1890. 2 School 

Racquets 1890. A Civil Engineer. 

Nicholls, Irving Hugh, third son of Edward William Nicholls, Esq. 
21, Haringay Park, Crouch End, London, W., aged 13, July 15. 
Left 189 1. 2 School 

Racquets 1890, 1891. XI. 1891. On the London Stock Exchange. Of 13, 
Copthall Court, London, E.G. 

Smith, Harold Lea, only son of John Lea Smith, Esq., 6, Ormonde Terrace, 
Regents Park, London, N.W., aged 13, July 13. Leftl890. 2 School 

Director of Rickett, Smith & Co. Of 40, Trinity Square, London, E.G., and 
Burchet House, Dorking, Surrey. 

Walker, James Ronald, eldest son of James Douglas Walker, Esq.. Q.O., 
(o R. 1855), Blairton, Aberdeenshire, and 5, Oxford Square. 
London, W., aged 13, February 5. Left 189 1. 2 School 

VIII. 1890. Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1894. M.A. 1898. Called to the Bar, 
Lincoln's Inn, 1899. Of 4, Brick Court, Temple, London, E.G. Savile Club. 

Ghinn, Harold William, son of Henry Sinclair Chinn, Esq., The Close, 
Lichfield, aged 14, November 27. Left 1890. 2 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1889. A Solicitor. Great Western Railway Office, 10, Argyll Mansions, 
Hammersmith Road, London, W. 

Davies, Arthur Gerald Capel, son of Arthur Capel Davies, Esq., The Glen, 
Duppas Hill, Oroydon, aged 13, Jan. 14. Left 1887- 2 Bowden Smith 

Reading for Oxford 1891. 

Hurlbutt, Charles, third son of Henry Hurlbutt, Esq., J.P., Queen's Ferry, 
Flint, aged 14. September 30. Left 1889. 2 Bowden Smith 

In business from 1889. Captain 2nd V.B. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Of Dee Cottage, 
Queen's Ferry, Flintshire. 

Bayley, Kennett Champaiii, eldest sonofKennett Bayley, Esq., (O.K. 1852), 

Sevenoaks, Inchicore, Dublin, aged 13, May 23. Left 1889. 2 Scott 

Dublin University 1889. Admitted a Solicitor 1896. Of 53, Old Elvet, Durham. 

Breeks, William Denison, third son of the late James Wilkinson Breeks, 
Esq., Madras Civil Service, care of Mrs. Breeks, Hellbeck Hall, 
Brough, Westmoreland, aged 14, November 4. Left 1888. 2 Scott 
New College, Oxford, B.A. 1896. An Artist. Isthmian Club. 



128 Jex-BlaJce, 1874-87. 



Briggs, William Hilton, son of Colonel Charles James Briggs, J.P., D.L.j 
Hylton Castle, Co. Durham, aged 15, June 13. Left 1887. 3 Scott 

Gazetted to the 3rd (Militia) Battalion Durham Light Infantry February 25, 
1891. Captain 1893. Served in the South African War 1899-1902. Despatches. 
Queen's Medal with five Clasps. 

Bros, Henry Alwyn, eldest son of James Reader White Bros, Esq., 
(o.R. 1857), 31, Elm Park Gardens, London, S.W., aged 14, 
August 1. Left 1890. 3 Scott 

XV. 1890. Magdalen College, Oxford, 1891. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
1897. Of 2, Paper Buildings, Temple, London, E.G. 

Ellis, Arthur, second son of Thomas RatclifEe Ellis, Esq., The Hollies, 
Wigan, aged 13, December 4. Left 189 1. 2 Scott 

XI. 1890, 1891. Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. Third Class Law 1895. M.A. 1899. 
Admitted a Solicitor 1899. Of The Hollies, Wigan. New University Club. 

McMllllen, Alan, sixth son of Alexander Peter McMullen, Esq., The 
Castle, Hertford, aged 14, May 28. Left 1890 2 Scott 

Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1890. Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford, 1890. 
B.A. First Class Natural Science 1894. Brewer to Guinness & Co., Dublin, from 
1895. Of 108, James Street, Dublin. Kildare Street Club. 

Middleton, Gilbert William, eldest son of Sir Arthur Edward Middleton, 
Bart., (O.K. 1848), Belsay Castle, Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 14, 
August 23. Left 189 1. 1 Scott 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1891. Died at Belsay Castle 1st January, 1896. 

Ramsden, Charles Hesketh, fourth son of William Ramsden, Esq., 
Tyldesley, Manchester, aged 13, July 30. Left 189 1. 1 Scott 

Farming in Herefordshire. Of Hampton Place, Tupsley, Hereford. 

Sidgwick, Nevil Vincent, eldest son of William Carr Sidgwick, Esq., 
32, Russell Road, Kensington, aged 13, May 8. Left 1892. 2 Scott 

Scholar 1887. Major Exhibitioner 1892. Junior Student, Christ Church, Oxford, 
1892. B.A. First Class Natural Science 1895. First Class Final Classical School 
1897. M.A. 1901. Fellow and Lecturer, Lincoln College, Oxford, from 1901. 

Whitthlg, Edward Jewel, only son of Charles Edward Whitting, Esq., 
J.P., (O.K. 1860), Glandores, Weston-super-Mare, aged 14, 
September 1. Left 1891. s Scott 

XI. 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891. Trinity College, Cambridge, 1891. Captain late 
3rd Somerset Light Infantry. Served in the South African War 1900. Of Uphill 
Grange, Weston-super-Mare. 

Carritt, John Price, eldest son of Frederick Blasson Carritt, Esq., South- 
wood Lane, Highgate, Middlesex, aged 14, February 19. Left 
1887. 2 Whitelaw 

Entered the Church of Rome in August 1887. A Student of Lincoln's Inn. Has 
been a Master in various Schools at home and abroad. Of the Ecole St. Louis, 
Villemomble, Paris. 

Headlam, Cecil, fifth son of the late Edward Headlam, Esq., Barrister-at- 
Law, and ward of Miss S. F. Spedding, Brundholmes, Tunbridge 
Wells, a^ed 14, September 19. Left 1891. 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1886. XI. 1889, 1890, 1891. Head of the School. Major and Minor 
Exhibitioner 1891. Demy of Magdalen College, Oxford. 1891. B.A. 1895. 
Novelist and Historical Writer. Union Club. 

Jeudwine, John Henry Wynne, eldest son of William Wynne Jeudwine, 
Esq., Holywell House, Chesterfield, aged 14, July 13. Left 
1891. 2 Whitelaw 

Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, 1893. A Land Agent. 



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Law, Hugh Alexander, second son of the lafce Right Hon. Hugh Law, 
Lord Chancellor of Ireland, and ward of Miss McCance, Larkfield, 
Dunmnrry, Co. Antrim, aged 14, July 28. Left 1890. 8 Whitelaw 

University College, Oxford, 1890. M.P. for West Donegal from 1902. Of Marble 
Hill, Ballymore, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal. 

Kendall, Hugh Davey, ninth son of the Rev. Henry Rendall, Great Roll- 
right, Chipping Norton, aged 13, Dec. 28. Left- 1891. 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1886. XV. 1890. XI. 1889, 1890, 1891. Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A Second Class Classical Tripos 1894. Passed Indian Civil Service 1895. India 
1896. Under Secretary to Government of Bombay from 1903. Compiler of 
Famine Report 1903. East India United Service Club. 

Wrigley, Harold Carr, son of James Albert Wrigley, Esq., Fieldhead, 
Netherton, Huddersfield. aged 13, October 30. Whitelaw 

XV. 1889. Died at Paris April 17, 1890. Tablet in School Chapel. 

Bond, Cyril, third son of the Rev. John Bond, Prebendary of Lincoln, 
Anderby, Alford, aged 14, September 2. Left 1891. 2 Blsee 

Scholar 1887. Scholar of Magdalene College, Cambridge, 1891, B.A., Second Class 
Classical Tripos, Part I , 1894, M.A. 1898. Ordained 1899. Assistant Chaplain, 
Railway Mission, Grahamstown, South Africa, from 1903. 

Davies, William, younger son of William Davies, Esq., Caerblaidd, 
Festiniog, North Wales, aged 13, October 13. Left 1891. 1 Elsee 
St. John's College, Oxford, 1891. J.P. for Merioneth. As above. 

Hack, Bartle Starmer, second son of Matthew Hack, Esq., Millstone Lane, 
Leicester, aged 14, March 29. Left 1889. 3 Elsee 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1894, M.A. 1898. Ordained 1896. Of Christ Church 
House, Follett Street, Poplar, London, E. 

Squire, Paul, eldest son of Anson Squire, Esq., Port Said, aged 14, 
January 21. Left 1887. 2 Elsee 

Served in the South African War, 1900-01, in Brabant's Horse. Care of London 
and River Plate Bank, Buenos Ayres. 

Hunter, Alfred Curling, eldest son of Curling Hunter, Esq., Purley Lodge, 
Boscombe, Bournemouth, aged 13, March 17. Left 1891. 3 Morice 
On the London Stock Exchange. Of 6, Westbourne Terrace, W. 

Ramsay, Arthur Dennys Gilbert, second son of William Ramsay, Esq., 
Highfield, Southampton, aged 13, October 9. Left 1889. 2 Morice 

Sandhurst 1891. Gazetted to the Worcester Regiment, 1892. Indian Staff Corps, 

1894. Captain 1901. 

Simey, Athelstane Iliff, third son of Ralph Simey, Esq., The College, 

Durham, aged 13. January 27. Left 1892. 2 Morice 

Scholar 1886. Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1892. Head of the School. 

Exhibitioner of King's College, Cambridge, B.A., First Class Classical Tripos, 

1895. M.B. 1901. M.R C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1901. Receiving-Room Officer, London 
Hospital, from 1903. 

Steel, Edwin Bedford, son of Charles Steel, Esq., 190, Conliffe Road, 
Dublin, aged 15. September 16. Left 1889. 1 Morice 

Crick 1888. Trinity College, Dublin, 1889. M.B. 1895. Captain, R.A.M. Corps. 

Thompson, Percy, sixth son of Richard Thompson, Esq., Bramley Mead, 

Whalley, Lancashire, aged 13. December 18 Left 1889. 2 Morice 

Scholar 1886. Brasenose College, Oxford, Second Class Mathematical Moderations, 

1892, B.A. 1894. Home Civil Service, Inland Revenue, from 1897. Of 185, 

Oakwood Court, Addison. Road, London, W. 

Wilson, Basil Holt, son of George Holt Wilson, Esq., Redgrave Hall, 
Diss, aged 1 4. September 7. Left 1889. 2 Morice 

Opened a Private School at Marton, New Zealand, where he died, 1902. 
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130 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 

Bush. Montague, son of William John Bush, Esq., Thornleigh, Sydenham 
Hill, aged 15, May 19. Left 1887. a Donkin 

Reading to qualify for Civil Engineer 1891. 

Brodrick-Smith, Harold Gilbert, eldest son of George Brodrick-Smith, 

Esq., Streonshalh, Birkdale, Lancashire, aged 14, April 20. Left 

1889. 2 Donkin 

Christ Church, Oxford, B A. 1694. Called to the Bar, Gray's Inn, 1897. Assumed 

the name of BRODRICK after Smith, 1892. Of 25, Lord Street, Liverpool, and 7, 

Aughton Road, Birkdale. 

Hosford, Earls Ainslie, son of T. Stroud Hosford, Esq., M.D., Tulse Hill, 
London, S.W , aged 14, July 27. Left 1888. 1 Donkin 

A Student at Heidelberg University 1891. 

Thomas, Charles, ward of James Thomas, Esq., Penlands, Swansea, aged 
14, May 20. Left 1888. 1 Donkin 

Watson, William James, son of the late George Peregrine Watson, Esq., 

care of Mrs. Watson, Anerley Road, Penge, aged 15, August 13. 

LeftlSSS. 1 Donkin 

At the School of Practical Engineering, Crystal Palace, 1889. In Demerara, 

British Columbia, 1891. 

Deighton, Richard Mather, eldest son of the late Christopher Deighton, 
Esq., M.D., care of Mrs. Deighton, Elmsfield, Milnthorpe, West- 
moreland, aged 15. May 9. Lefb 1887. s Donkin 
At the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, since October, 1888. Diploma of 
Associateship 1891. Of Elmsfield, Milnthorpe, Westmoreland. 

Duke, Ernest Hamilton, fourth son of the Rev. William Duke, D.D., 
St. Vigeans, Arbroath. N.B., aged 13, May 25. Left 1889. 2 Michell 

Entrance Exhibitioner of St. Andrew's University October 1890. M.A. 1895. 
Ordained 1903. Of Middlebie, Dumfriesshire. 

King, Thomas Arthur, only son of John King, Esq., M.D., St. Cyprians, 
Stratton, North Devon, aged 13, January 1. Left 1891. 2 Michell 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 1891. St. Thomas' Hospital, M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 
1899. Practising at Bude, Cornwall. 

Poulsom, Walter Kegg, fourth son of William Poulsom, Esq., Bootle, 
Liverpool, aged 13, August 5. Lefb 1890. 1 Michell 

In business in Liverpool. Of Overdale, Acrefield Road, Woolton. 

Ollivant, John Spencer, eldest son of Major Edward Albert Ollivant, 
R.H.A., (O.K. 1856), Offcote Hurst, Ashbourne, aged 14, July 31. 
Left 1890. 2 Michell 

Woolwich 1891. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1892. Captain 1900. Served in 
the South African War 1899-1902, including Relief of Ladysmith, and action at 
Val Kranz. Despatches. Queen's Medal with five Clasps. King's Medal with 
two Clasps. D.S.O. Of Elliotts, Fleethurst, Horsham, Sussex. 

Russell, Charles Lennox Somerville,' second son of Captain Theodosius 
Stuart Russell, St. John's, Wakefield, aged 14, July 10. Left 
1890. 8 Michell 

Scholar 1886. Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge, 1890. Passed 27th in 
Indian Civil Service Examination June, 1891. India 1893. Foreign Under- 
secretary to Government of India, Calcutta, from 1903. Travellers' Club. 

King, Hubert Atwood, sixth son of the late Robert King, Esq., care of 
Mrs. King, 20, Upper Clapton Common, aged 14, June 17. Left 
1890. 2 School 

In business from 1891. Of 44, Clapton Common, London, N.B. 

Mitchell, Joseph Ebor, second son of Joseph Mitchell, Esq., Bolton Hall, 
Rotherham, aged 13, June 7. Left 1890. 8 School 

XV. 1889. Articled to a Civil and Mining Engineer 1891. 



Jex-BlaJce, 1874-87. 131 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1887. 

Clarke, Arthur Lionel Crisp, second son of Joseph Crisp Clarke, Esq., 
Birstall Hall, Leicester, aged 12, August 30. Left 1887. 3 School 

Gazetted to the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 1896. Served in the South 
African War 1899-1900, including actions at Modder River, Magersfontein, 
Paardeberg, Poplar Grove and Dreifonteiu. Despatches. Queen's Medal with 
five Clasps. Army and Navy Club. 

Fletcher, William Frederick Ashby, younger son of William Fletcher, 

H)sq., Bingham Bill, Carlisle, aged 13, May 18. Left 1891.* School 

XV. 1890. Racquets 1891. Admitted a Solicitor 1897. Of Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. 

Guedalla, Florence Monlefiore, elder son of Joseph Guedalla, Esq., 
36, Hyde Park Square, London, W., aged 13, June 23. School 

Scholar 1887. Balliol College, Oxford, 1892. Admitted a Solicitor 1901. Winchester 
House, Old Broad Street, London, E.G. 

Lloyd, Pryse, eldest son of Llewellyn Lloyd Lloyd, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 
Glangwili, Llanpumpsaint, Caermarthenshire, aged 13, September 
12. Left 1H91. 2 School 

Of Glangwili, as above. 

Topham, John William, son of William Hampson Topham, Esq., 2, Gliddon 
Road, West Kensington, aged 14, Dec. 23. Left 1890. 3 School 
XV. 1890. A Civil Engineer. 

Slake, Thomas, eldest son of William Greaves Blake, Esq., Mylnhurst, 
Millhouses, Sheffield, aged 14, Mar. 17. Left 1890. 1 Bowden Smith 

Merton College, Oxford, B.A. 1896. Sports Club. 

Cartwright, Frederick Sheward, third son of the late William George 
Uartwright, Esq., care of Mrs. Cartwright, Newport, Monmouth- 
shire, aged 14, February 18. Left 1889. 3 Bowden Smith 
King's College, London, 1890. Captain, late 4th Battalion The Connaught 
Rangers. Of Stafford House, Hatch End, Middlesex. Junior United Service Club. 

Lilly, Harold Walsh, son of John Lilly, Esq., Moor End, Kersal, Man- 
chester, aged 12, April 1. Left 1891. 1 Bowden Smith 

An Electrical Engineer. Of 17, MinshuU Street, Manchester. 

Rowley, Theobald Walter, eldest son of Walter Thomas Rowley, Esq., 
The Grange, Hurst, Ashton-under-Lyne, aged 14, September 26. 
Left 1891 a Bowden Smith 

XI. 1890, 1891. XV. 1890. On a Sheep Farm in South Africa. 

Thomson, Arthur Ramsay, eldest son of John Thomson, Esq., Bowdon, 

Cheshire, aged 16, October 10. Left 1889.* Bowden Smith 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1890. A Merchant. Of Beechbank, Bowdon, Cheshire. 

Christie, William Charles, elder son of John Robert Christie, Esq., 
Baynton House, Llandaff, aged 14, Dec. 13. Left 1891 3 Elsee 

Crick 1890, 1891. Sandhurst 1892. Gazetted to the 1st Royal Warwickshire 
Regiment, 1893. Captain 1900. Major 1902. Served in the Nile Expedition, 
1898, Battles of Atbara and Khartoum. Despatches. British Medal, Egyptian 
Medal with two Clasps. Fourth Class Medjidie. In the South African War, 
1899-1901, including actions at Vet River and Zand River, Diamond Hill, Belfast. 
Despatches. Brevet of Major. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. King's Medal 
with two Clasps. Agents, Cox & Co., Charing Cross. 

Cooke, Harry Nickson, eldest son of Alfred Cooke, Esq., Far Headingley, 
Leeds, aged 15, August 3. Left 1890. 2 Elsee 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1890. In business from 1891. Of Woodfield, Newton 
Hill, Leeds. 

Dugdale, Joseph, son of Joseph Dugdale, Esq., Claremont, Blackburn, 
aged 14, June 5. Left 1889. 1 Whitelaw 

Learning Cotton and Iron Trades, 1891. 



132 Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 



Hawkins, Arthur, eldest son of Joshua Hawkins, Esq., Bedford, aged 15, 
May 22. Left 1890. 2 Whitelaw 

XV. 1888, 1889. VIII. 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890. Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1896. Of Woodlands, Brockham, Surrey. 

Reid, Joseph Dodds, second son of Hugh Gilzean Reid, Esq., afterwards 
Knight, Warley Hall, Birmingham, aged 14, April 13. Left 
1838. 1 Whitelaw 

St. Andrew's University, 1889. English Instructor at a School at Lyons. 

Taylor, Henry Claude, eldest son of Henry Enfield Taylor, Esq., Aston 
Hall, Hawarden, Chester, aged 14, July 23. Leftl891. 2 Whitelaw 

A Civil and Mining Engineer, 6, Queen Street Place, London. Isthmian Club. 

Wyatt, Charles Henry, son of the late Colonel James Henry Wyatt, C.B., 
(O.K. 1839), care of Mrs. Wyatt, Wansford House, Watford, Herts, 
aged 14, February 3. Left 1888. 1 Whitelaw 

Charlton, Francis Hartley, son of the late Francis Price Charlton, Esq., 
care of Mrs. Charlton, Broad Oak Park, Worsley, Lancashire, 
aged 14, February 15. Left 1890. 3 Morice 

Gazetted to the 1st Dragoon Guards, 1900. Served in the South African War, 
1901. Severely wounded. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. Of 28, Evelyn 
Gardens, London, S.W. Wyndham Club. 

Earle, John Bernard, third son of the Rev. Walter Earle, Bilton Grange, 
Rugby, formerly of Yarlet, Stafford, aged 14, March 17. Left 
1889. 3 Morice 

An Engineer. Of Waterhouses, Ashbourne, Derbyshire. 

Nevill, Dudley Frederic, second son of Robert Whatley Nevill, Esq., 
Perry Crofts, Tarn worth, aged 14, Nov. 2. Left 1891. 3 Morice 

New College, Oxford, 1891. An Architect. Of The Hurst, Mottingham, Kent. 

Alston, Conyers William, fourth son of Sir Francis Beilby Alston, 
K.C.M.G., 69, Eccleston Square, London, S.W., aged 13, February 
12. Left 1888. 1 Donkin 

Scholar 1887. Queen's College, Oxford, 1891. Served in the South African War, 
with the 10th Imperial Yeomanry, 1900. 

Clive, Herbert Reginald, son of Mrs. Clive, Barston Hall, Warwick, aged 
14, November 3. Left same Term. Donkiri 

Edward, Allan Philip Kenrick, eldest sou of Allan Edward, Esq., 
Farington Hall, Dundee, N.B., aged 14, December 6. Left 
1888. 3 Donkin 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1891. 

Higgins, Herbert Oliver William, sou of Thomas Higgins, Esq., Aberdeen 
House, Maida Hill, London, W., aged 13, April 13. Left 
1888. 3 Donkin 

* Studying Farming in Canada 1891. 

Irvine, James Pearson, only son of the late James Pearson Irvine, Esq., 

M.D., care of Mrs. Irvine, Bank Hall, Ingleton, Yorkshire, aged 

14, January 2. Left 1890. 1 Donkin 

A Student of Civil Engineering at University College, Liverpool, 1891. A Civil 

Engineer, L. & N.-W. Railway. Of Cromartie, Torquay. 

Vaughan, James, ward of Hugh Vaughan Vaughan, Esq., The Castle, 
Builth, aged 15, November 14. Left 1888. 1 Donkin 

Queen's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1893. Of Llansaintfread, Builth. 

Vickers, Thomas, son of William Vickers, Esq., Rose Hill, Smedley Lane, 
Manchester, aged 13, January 17. Left 1888. 3 Donkin 

A Manufacturing Chemist. Of Wilton Polygon, Cheetham Hill, Manchester. 



Jex-Blake, 1874-87. 133 



Kenrick, Wilfred Byng, elder son of William Kenrick, Esq., The Grove, 
flarborne, Birmingham, aged 14, December 4. Leftl891. 2 Michell 
Major Exhibitioner 1891. Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1895. In business at 
West Bromwich. Address, as above. 

Marriott, Herbert de Warren, eldest son of John Slack Marriott, Esq., 
The Elms, Alderley Edge, aged 14, July 8. Left 1889. 1 Michell 

In business. Owen's College, Manchester, 1891. Of 25, Park Road East, 
Birkenhead, Cheshire. 

Haigh, Lionel Clifford, eldest son of Jonathan Haigh, Esq., St. Johns, 
Wakefield, aged 14, August 24. Left 1889 * Michell 

A Student of Engineering at Yorkshire College, Leeds, 1889-1891. On Staff of 
Willans & Robinson, Engineers. Of Hursley, Rugby. 

Rhoades, James Frederick, fifth son of Henry Tull Rhoades,Esq.,(o.R. 1847), 
Headmaster of the Lower School of Lawrence Sheriff, Rugby, 
aged 12, November 23. Left 1893 3 Town 

XI. 1893. Studied abroad. Assistant Master at Trinity College, Glenalmond, 
Perthshire, from 1900. Union Club. 

Law, Arbuthnot Patrick Astley, son of the Rev. Robert Arbuthnot Law, 
(O.K. 1857), Rector of Gunthorpe cum Bale, East Dereham, Norfolk, 
aged 14, July 5. Left 1889. 1 Whitelaw 



JOHN PERCIVAL, D.D., 

ELECTED HEADMASTER IN 1887. 



ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1887. 

Eley, Charles Cuthbert, third son of Mrs. Eley and the late William 

Thomas Ely, Esq., Oxhey Grange, Watfod, Herrts, aged 14, 

February 4. Left 189 1. 1 School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1896. M.A. 1901. Called to the Bar, Inner 

Temple, 1898. J.P. for Suffolk. Director of Eley Brothers 1902. Of East 

Bergholt Place, Suffolk. Garrick Club. 

Pryse, Herbert William, fifth son of Sir Pryse Pryse, Bart , Grogerddan, 
near Aberystwith, aged 14, November 4. Left 1888. 3 School 

Of Ystradwralt, Nantgaredig, R.S.O., Carmarthenshire. 

Davies, Oswyn St. Leger, third son of John Morgan Davies, Esq., Frood- 
vale, Llandilo, aged 14, April 29. Left 189 1. 3 Bowden Smith 

Of Trows House, Castle ton, Lancashire. 

Reid, Nevile, elder son of Nevile Reid, Esq., The Oaks, Hanworth, 
Middlesex, aged 13, June 30. Left 1891. 3 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1890, 1891. Brasenose College, Oxford, 1893. In business from 1896. 
Address, as above. 

Visger, Harman, eldest son of Barman Visger, Esq., (O.K. 1862), 279, High 
Street, Lewisham, aged 14, June 23. Left 1890. 1 Bowden Smith 

Studied at Hanover. Assistant Engineer with Siemens Bros., London, from 
1892. Of 19, Clock House Road, Beckenham, Kent. 

Stuart, John Frederick William, elder son of James Chambers Stuart, 
Esq., Grove House, Altrincham, Cheshire, aged 14, February 23. 
Left 1890. 2 Bowden Smith 

A Bank Secretary from 1897. Of Pembroke House, Bramhall, Cheshire. 



134 Percival 1887-95. 



Croft, Peter, fifth son of the late John Croft, and ward of Mrs. Frank 
Garrett, Aldingham House, Saxmundhara, aged 14, June 30. 
Left 1889. 1 Scott 

In business in London 1889-1899. Served in the South African War as 
Lieutenant, C.I.V., 1900, transferred to Army Service Corps August, 1900, and 
resigned his commission at the end of the War. Queen's Medal with three 
Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. Transport Inspector, Repatriation 
Commission, Bloemfontein, Orange River Colony, from 1902. 

Dove, John, second son of John Matthew Dove, Esq., 21. Devonshire 
Place, Birkenhead, aged 14, November 16. Left 1890. 1 Scott 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1895. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1898- 
Deputy Town Clerk, Johannesburg, 1904. Rand Club, Johannesburg. 

McClean, William Newsam, second son of Frank McCleau, Esq., F.R.S., 
Rusthall House, Tonbridge Wells, aged 12, June 7 Left 1892. 2 Scott 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. First Class Mechanical Science Tripos 1895. 
Apprenticed to and afterwards in the service of Sir J. W. Barry. Served in the 
South African War as Lieutenant, Railway Pioneer Regiment, 1900-1902. Civil 
Engineer to Bristol Corporation from 1903. Of 42, Durdham Park, Bristol. New 
University Club. 

Paterson, Robert Stanley, elder son of John Paterson, Esq., 13, Sisters 
Avenue, Lavender Hill, London, S.W., aged 14, March 12. Left 
189 1. 2 Scott 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, B.A. 1894. M.A. 1898. A Chartered 
Accountant. Of 1, Walbrook, London, B.C. 

Barker, Frank Ernest, son of William Barker, Esq.. Hawthorn Lodge, 
Wild Green, Erdington, near Birmingham, aged 13, July 16. 
Left 1889. a Donkin 

Tawke, Reginald, second son of Lieut.-Colonel Arthur Christian Tawke, 
The Lawn, Rochford, Essex. Left 1889. 1 Donkin 

Went to South Africa and died at Stellenbosch 9th May, 1898. 

Blunt, Robert Bruce, eldest son of George Henry Blunt, Esq., 9, Belmont 
Villas, Leicester, aged 13, May 17. Left 1891. 2 Donkin 

VIII. 1889, 1890, 1891. Sandhurst 1891. Gazetted to 2nd Battalion Lancashire 
Fusiliers, 1892. Captain 1899. Served in the Soudan Expedition, 1898. Medal 
and Khedive's Medal with Clasp. Occupation of Crete. Served in the South 
African War from 1899. Severely wounded at Venters Spruit, January, 1900. 
Despatches. Brevet of Major. Queen's Medal with four Clasps. King's Medal 
with two Clasps. Died from wounds received at Langelegan, Transvaal, 
20 February, 1902. 

Grierson, Douglas, fourth son of James Grierson, Esq., 4, Holland Villas 
Road, London, N.W., aged 14, February 28. Left 1890. 1 Donkin 
New College, Oxford, 1891. Called to the Bar, Tuner Temple, 1901. Of 3, Temple 
Gardens, London, E.G. 

Humphery, John Edward, son of Robert Peel Humphery, Esq. .Northlands, 
Warnham, Horsham, Sussex, aged 13, Nov. 9. Left 1891. 1 Donkin 

Smith, Gilbert Rippon, youngest son of Aston William Smith, Esq., 3, 
Merton Road, Bootle, Liverpool, aged 14, June 5. Left 1889. 2 Donkin 
Owen's College, Manchester, 1890. A Railway Contractor. Address, Old Hall, 
Bootle. 

Swaby, Sydney Temple, younger son of Rev. William Proctor Swaby, 
Millfield Vicarage, Sunderland, afterwards Bishop of Barbados, 
aged 12, July 31. Left 1892. 3 Donkin 

XV. 1892. New College, Oxford, B.A. 1896. 

Watson, Charles Edward Samuel, son of Mrs. Watson, and the late George 
Peregrine Watson, Avenue Road, Penge Road, Anesley, aged 14, 
January 27. Left 1889. 3 Donkin 



Percival, 1887-95. 135 



Hadrill, Henry Clement, elder son of Henry John Hadrill, Esq., 53, 

Belsize Avenue, London, N.W., aged 13, November 16. Left 

1890.* . Michell 

A Partner in Cockburn Smithes & Co., Oporto and London. Residing at 

Chislehurst. Isthmian Club. 

Hulton, Arthur Hyde, fourth son of William Wilbraham Blethyn Hulton, 
Esq., (o.u. 1858), Hulton Park, Bolton-le-Moors, aged 13, October 
16. Left 1892 2 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1895. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1897. 
Northern Circuit. Of 41, John Dalton Street, Manchester. 

Rushton, James Lever, eldest son of Thomas Henry Rnshton, Esq., 
flallewell Hall, Bolton, aged 14. May 24. Left 1891. 2 Michell 
XI. 1891. Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1895. M.A. 1898. In business as a 
Textile Engineer from 1895. Of Barnacre, Garstang. Junior Carlton Club. 

Steel, Richard Alexander, eldest son of Lieut-Colonel Edward Harris 
Steel, Cheveney, Hunton, Maidstone, aged 13, October 6. Left 
1891. 2 Michell 

Sandhurst 1891. Gazetted to 7th Dragoon Guards 1892. 1st Irish Fusiliers 1893. 
17th Bengal Lancers 1897. Captain Indian Staff Corps 1901. Served in 
Mohmand 1897-98. Medal with Clasp. In China Expedition 1900. A.D.C. to 
General Gaselee. Despatches. Medal with Clasp. 

Barkworth, Alfred Montgomery, eldest surviving son of Thomas Bark- 
worth, Esq., West Hatch, Chingwell, Essex, aged 13, July 16. 
Left 189 1- 1 Whitelaw 

A Member of the London Stock Exchange from 1895. Of Alenho, Wimbledon. 
Sports Club. 

Knight, Charles Vaughton, fourth son of Joseph Knight, Esq., Hartshill, 
Stoke-on-Trent, aged 14, July 11. Left 1890. 2 Whitelaw 

St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1891. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1898. M.B., London, 
1900. Of Newland House, Gloucester. 

Noakes, Sydney Neville, third son of Wickham Noakes, Esq., Fairfield, 
Heckenham, Kent, aged 14, September 10. Left . Whitelaw 
In business as a Brewer. Of Selsdon Park, Croydon. 

Pike, William Bennett, only son of the late Rev. William Bennett Pike, 
Paston House, Cambridge, aged 13, July 12. Left 1892 2 Whitelaw 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1895. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1898. 
Of 5, Crown Office Row, Temple, London, E.G. 

Whitelaw, Walter Hugh, third son of Robert Whitelaw, Esq., Assistant 
Master at Rugby School, aged 14. March 30. Left 1892. 8 Whitelaw 
New College, Oxford, B.A., Third Class History 1897. A Schoolmaster. Of 
Moorland House, Heswall, Cheshire. 

Bowman, James Malcolm, son of Dr. Bowman, West Mount, Halifax, 
aged 16, June 18. Left 1888. 1 Elsee 

Bowman, Frederic Edmund, son of the above Dr. Bowman, aged 14, 
November 13. Left 1889. 2 Elsee 

Hatch, Samuel Wilberforce, son of Samuel Charles Hatch, Esq., Clyde 
House, Blackheath, aged 13, September 2. Left 1887. 3 Elsee 

Crawley-Boevey, Edward Martin, second son of Sir Thomas Crawley 
Boevey, Bart , Flaxley Abbey, near Newnham, Gloucestershire, 
aged 14. March 26. Left 1892. 2 Morice 

Sandhurst 1894. Gazetted to the 1st Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment, 1895. 
Captain 1902. Served in the South African War, 1900-1902, including actions at 
Houtnek, Vet River, Diamond Hill, Wittebergen, and Ladybrand. Queen's 
Medal with four Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 



136 Percival, 1884-95. 



Dalby, Alan, second son of Robert Dalby Dalby, Esq., (O.K. 1849), Charn- 
wood, Wimbledon, Surrey, aged 13, July 30. Left 1889. 2 Morice 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1894, M.A. 1898. Ordained 1899. Assistant 
Curate at St. Andrew's, Rugby, from 1899. 

Draper, Warwick Herbert, elder son of Edward Herbert Draper, Esq., 
52, Doughty Street, London, W.C., aged 14, April 4. Left 
1892. 2 Morice 

Scholar 1887. Major Exhibitioner, 1S92. Scholar of University College, Oxford, 
1892, Second Class Classical Moderations, 1894, B A., Third Class Final Classics, 
1896, M.A., 1901. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1898. Of 12, New Square, 
W.C., and 20, Hammersmith Terrace, London, W. 

Everett, Isaac Arthur Huskisson, eldest son of Isaac Edward Everett, 
Esq., Abbeylands, Stafford, aged 14, May 7. Left 1889. 3 Morice 

Worcester College, Oxford, B.A. 1894. Admitted a Solicitor, 1898. Practising at 
Stafford. 

Kellett, Edward Bromley, third son of William Kellett, Esq., Portland 
Bank, Southport, aged 14, January 25. Left 1890. 1 Morice 

Crick 1889. A Surveyor in South Africa. P.O. Box 1132, Pretoria. 

Ratcliff, Frederick Rowlinson, second son o Daniel Rowlinson Ratcliff, 
Esq., 24, Lancaster Gate, London, W., aged 14, January 27. 
Left 1890. 2 Morice 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1892. Address 24, Lancaster Gate, London, W. 

Denton, John, elder son of Mrs. Denton, and the late John Denton, Bilton 
Road, Rugby, aged 13, July 15. Left 189 1. 2 Town 

A Mining Engineer. Of Montgomery Chambers, Hartshead, Sheffield. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1887. 

Abell, William Henry, second son of the late Martin Abell, Esq., and Mrs. 
Caroline Abell, Be vere* Knoll, Worcester, aged 14, September 20. 
Left 1S90. 3 School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1892. Gazetted to the Middlesex Eegiment 1896. 
Captain 1900. Served in the South African War 1902. In St. Helena March to 
May 31st, 1902. 

Calderon, Frederick Elwyn, sixth son of Philip Hermogenes Calderon, 
Esq., R.A., Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W., aged 14, 
July 5. Left 1890. 2 School 

Studied at the Royal Academy Schools. Exhibited 1896-99. Settled in Canada 
as a Painter, chiefly of portraits, 1899. Of 177, Sparks Street, Ottawa. 

Christopherson, Horace, ninth son of Derman Christopherson, Esq., 
Grove House, Kidbrooke, London, S.E., aged 15, June 2. Left 
1S89. 2 School 

Of 10, St. Stephen's Crescent, Bayswater, London, W. 

Cruso, Henry Alfred Antony, only son of Rev, Henry Edmund Tilsley 
Cruso, Branford Vicarage, Ipswich, aged 13, January 5. Left 
1892. 2 School 

Scholar 1897. Major Exhibitioner 1892. Exhibitioner of Balliol College, Oxford, 
1892. First Class Classical Moderations 1894. B.A., Second Class Final Cissies, 
1896. Tenth in Civil Service Examination. Principal Clerk, Inland Revenue, 
Somerset House, from 1903. Royal Societies Club. 

Dilke, Charles Wentworth, only son of the Right Hon. Sir Charles Went- 
worth] Dilke, Bart., 76, Sloane Street, London, S.W., aged 13, 
September 19. Left 1 889 2 School 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1895. Of 76, Sloane Street, London, S.W. 



Percival, 1887-95. 137 



Gaitskell, Herbert Ashley, eldest son of Edward Forbes Gaitskell, Esq., 
Catfcon, Crystal Palace Park, Sydenham, aged 14, June 5. Left 
1891. School 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. (Science), 1894. M.A. 1898. M.B. 1899 M D 
1902. Guy's Hospital 1895. Practising in Sussex from 1903. Of Shannleigh, 
Burgess Hill, Sussex. 

Furber, Montague, son of Charles Furber, Esq., 6, Upper Hamilton 
Terrace, London, N.W., aged 13, April 23. Left 1888. 1 School 

Gazetted to the Eoyal Irish Regiment 1897. Served with the Tirah Expe- 
ditionary Force 1897-98. Medal with Clasp. 

Guedalla, Herbert, second son of Joseph Guedalla, Esq., 21, Essex Street, 
Strand, London, aged 13, September 12. Leffc 1891. 3 School 

A Chartered Accountant, and Partner in Deloitte, Dever, Griffiths & Co from 
1902. Of 2, Hay Hill, Berkeley Square, London, W. 

Holford, James Henry Edward, eldest son of Thomas Holford, Esq., 
Castle Hill, Cerne, Dorset, aged 13, Dec. 22. Left 1892. 2 School 

XV. 1891. Gazetted to the 7th Hussars 1894. Captain 1900. Served on Staff in 
Ashanti 1900. Relief of Kumasi. Despatches. M edal with Clasp. D.S.O. 

Oppenheim, Frederic Sigismund, eldest son of Siegmund Oppenheim, Esq., 
York House, Oxford Road, Manchester, aged 14, January 26. 
Left 1891. 2 School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1894. M.A. 1898. Admitted a Solicitor 1898. Of 
Porthgwarra, Didsbury, Lancashire. 

Perciyal, Arthur Jex Blake, fourth son of Rev. John Percival, Headmaster, 
School House, Rugby, afterwards Lord Bishop of Hereford, aged 
16, December 1. Left 1889. 3 School 

XV. 1889. Gazetted to the 5th Fusiliers 1892. Captain 1900. Served in the Nile 
Expedition 1898. Battle of Khartoum. Egyptian Medal with Clasp. Medal. 
In the South African War 1899-1902, including action at Modder River. 
Despatches. Queen's Medal with four Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 
D.S.O. Army and Navy Club. 

Sturton, Douglas Phipps, only son of John Phipps Sturton, Esq., Holbeach, 
aged 14, August 6. Left 1892. 2 School 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1895. Admitted a Solicitor 1898. Practising at 
Lancaster. 

Spencer, John Aubrey Berkley, eldest son of John Watson Spencer, Esq., 
Millfield House, Newbarn-on-Tyne, aged 14, June 12. Left 
189 1. 2 School 

Marine Engineering Pupil 1892-96. Manager of Steel Works from 1896. Of 
Newbiggen Hall, Kenton, Northumberland. 

Thomson, Spencer Aubrey, son of Spencer Campbell Thomson, Esq., 
(O.K. 1858), 3, George Street, Edinburgh, aged 14, June 14. Left 
1888. 2 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1891. 

Whitehead, Wilfred James, fourth son of Sir James Whitehead, Bart., 
Highfield House, Catford Bridge, S.E., aged 14, January 6. 
Left 1891. 3 School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1895. M.A. 1899. A Member of the London Stock 
Exchange 1898. Of 7, Drapers' Gardens, London, E.G., and Wilmington Manor, 
Kent. City Liberal Club. 

Husbands, Frederick Newton, only son of Mrs. Husbands, and the late 
John Frederick Husbands, Burton-on-Trent, aged 14, July 26. 
Left 1890. 1 Bowden Smith 

Of Kottingham House, Burton-on-Trent. 

Miller, Hubert James, elder son of Charles James Miller, Esq., Heathfield, 
Lancaster Road, Eccles,agedl5,May 12. Leftl890. 2 Bowden Smith 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1899. Of Hill End, Bowdon, Cheshire. 
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138 Perwoal, 1887-95. 



Pank, John Reginald, eldest son of John Lovell Pank, Esq., Somerset 
Road, New Barnet, Herts, aged 13, October 27. Left 
1891. 3 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1890, 1891. In business from 1892. Of Bay Tree Cottage, Church End, 
Finchley, London, N. 

Trimble, Charles Edward, youngest son of Mrs. Trimble and the late 
Edward Trimble, Green Lane, Dalston, near Carlisle, aged 15, 
September 26. Left 1890. 2 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1888, 1889. L.R C.P. and L.R.C.S., Edinburgh, 1898. Lieutenant Royal 
Army Medical Corps 1899. Served in the South African War 1899-1902. 
Despatches. Resigned Commission August, 1902. Of Ellerslea, Dalston, 
Cumberland. 

Vesey, Sidney Philip Charles, elder son of Mrs. Vesey and the late 
William Muschamp Vesey, Dunleckney, Bagenalstown, Ireland, 
aged 14, March 9. Left 1891. 2 Bowden Smith 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. and M.A. 1901. Of Dunleckney Manor, Bagenals- 
town, Ireland. Kildare Street Club. 

Bennett, Samuel Barker, son of Mrs. L. E. Meeking, Tylney House, 
Snaresbrook, aged 14. June 23. Left 1890. 3 Elsee 

Jesus College, Cambridge, 1892. 

Hankey, Hugh Mostyn Alers, eldest son of Robert Alers Hankey, Esq., 
(O.K. 1853), 27, Eaton Place, Brighton, aged 14, November 27. 
Left 189 1 2 Elsee 

Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion Warwickshire Regiment 1893. Served with the 
Egyptian Army 1897-98. Served in the South African War from 1899. Killed at 
the Battle of Paardeberg while in command of the Mounted Infantry Detach- 
ment of his Regiment 17th February, 1900. 

Markham, Nigel Ivan, nephew and ward of Colonel E. Markham, 82, 
Belgrave Road, London, S.W., aged 14, Nov. 10. Left 1888 s Elsee 

Captain, New Zealand Mounted Infantry. Retired 1903. Served in the South 
African War, 1901-02. 

Meeking, Frank Cecil, son of F. Meeking, Esq., Tylney House, Snares- 
brook, aged 14, July 4. Left 1890. 2 Elsee 

Ohren, Arthur, son of John Ohren, Esq., Lower Sydenham, Kent, aged 13, 
August 27. Left 1890. 3 Elsee 

Perhaps a brother of C. Ohren, 1880, and of S. Ohren, 1885, but none of them 
have answered. 

Good, Francis Stafford, son of Surgeon-Major James Good, British Medical 
Service, aged 15, September 3. Left 1888. 3 Scott 

Gray, Percival, second son of Edward Benjamin Gray, Esq., M.D., 19, 
Beaumont Street, Oxford, aged 13, October 1. Left 1892. 8 Scott 
New College, Oxford, 1892. Drowned at Barmouth, 1 August, 1894. 

Maxsted, Philip Temple Sperling, son of Edward Philip Maxsted, Esq , 
The Cliffe, Hessle, Yorkshire, aged 14, May 31. Left 1889. 3 Scott 

Captain, 3rd Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment. Served in the South African 
War, 1900-02. Attached to Army Service Corps. Actions at Houtnek and 
Wittebergen. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Middleton, Charles Arthur, second son of Sir Arthur Edward Middleton, 
Bart., (O.K. 1848), Belsay Castle, Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 13, 
October 22. Left 189 1. 1 Scott 

Christ's College, Cambridge, 1894. Address, as above. 

Wilson, Francis Adrian, third son of Colonel Sir Charles Wilson, K.C.B., 
Ordnance House, Southampton, aged 12, Oct. 12. Left 1891." Scott 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1894. Captain 1901. Served in the South African 
War 1899-1900, and 1902, including actions at Talana and Lombard's Kop. 
Defence of Ladysmith. Despatches. Queen's Medal with six Clasps. D.S.O. 



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Woodd-Smith, Wilfrid Basil, second son of Basil Woodd-Smith, Esq., 
Branch Hill Lodge, Hampstead Heath, aged 14, March 28. Left 
1892. 2 Scott 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1895. Passed Law Final 1899. Of 6, Worsley 
Road, Hampstead, London, N. 

Blair, George Maclellan, third son of George Maclellan Blair, Esq., Lily- 
bank Terrace, Billhead, Glasgow, aged 12, January 17. Left 
1891 - 1 Whitelaw 

Glasgow University, M.B. 1897. Surgeon St. John's Wood Dispensary. Of 93, 
Maida Vale, London. Northern Counties Club, Westminster. 

Collier, Bertram William, only son of Thomas Collier, Esq., Broughty 
Ferry, Dundee, aged 13, March 18. Left 1891. 2 Whitelaw 

Gazetted to the South Wales Borderers, 1895. Served in the South African War, 
1900-02, actions at Karee Siding, Vet River, and Zand River. Queen's Medal 
with three Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Gregson, Henry Guy Fulljames Savage, son of Captain Matt/hew Henry 
Gregson, (o R. 1860), 7, Lexham Gardens, London, S.W., 
aged 14, October 28. Left 1889. 2 Whitelaw 

Gazetted to the East Kent Regiment 1892. Captain 1899. Served in the South 
African War 1899-1900, and 1902. Severely wounded. Queen's Medal and Clasp. 

Hogarth, Joseph Hatchell, only son of Mrs. Hogarth and the late Joseph 
Hogarth, Esq., 28, Linden Road, Bedford, aged 13, December 23. 
Left 1891. 8 Whitelaw 

Russel, Michael Alexander, elder son of the late Alexander Russel and 
Mrs. Helen Russel, 11, Hope Street, St. Andrews, aged 13, 
November 18. Left 1891. 2 Whitelaw 

St. Andrew's University 1891. Took a degree in Science. A Tea Planter in 
India. Died of Fever at New Glencoe Tea Estate, Bengal, llth June, 1900. 

Warner, Pel ham Francis, third son of the late Charles William Warner, 
care of Mrs. E. R. Warner, 22, South wick Street, London, W., 
aged 13, October 2. Left 1892. 8 Whitelaw 

XI. 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892. Oriel College, Oxford, 1892. Called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, 1900. Author of " Cricket Across the Seas," Captain of M.C.C. Team in 
Australia 1903. Address, 7, St. Leonard's Terrace. Chelsea, S.W. 

Weatherley, Alec John Frederic Hugh, only son of Frederic Edward 
Weatherley, Esq., Seven Springs, Oxford, aged 13, December 9. 
Left 1891, 2 Whitelaw 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1892. Went on the Stage. 

Young, George Eldred, eldest son of Robert William Young, Esq., 
Sketchley Hall, Hinckley, aged 13, November 21. Left 
1891. 2 Whitelaw 

Tn the Royal Bank of Scotland 1891, and in the Standard Bank of South Africa, 
Retermaritzburg, Natal, from 1896. 

Cozens-Hardy, Edward Herbert, younger son of Herbert Hardy Cozens- 
Hardy, Esq., M.P., afterwards a Justice of the High Court, 
50, Ladbrook Grove, London, W., aged 14, June 28. Left 
1892. 2 Morice 

XV. 1891. Central Technical College, South Kensington, 1892-94. Consulting 
Engineer and Partner, Brush Electric Co., from 1898. Of 82, Victoria Street, 
London, S.W. Reform Club. 

Jevons, John Francis, fourth son of Henry Jevons, Esq., Liverpool, aged 14, 
November 10. Left 1889. 3 Morice 

In business in Liverpool. Died 17 February, 1904. 



140 Percival, 1887-95. 



Robertson, James Miller, eldest son of James Robertson, Esq., Struan 
Lodge, Altrincham, aged 15, May 9. Left 1890. 3 Morice 

In business in Manchester. Address, as above. 

Samuelson, Bernhard Martin, only son of Martin Samuelson, Esq., Hessle, 
near Hull, aged 13, February 27. Left 1891. 2 Morice 

Address, as above. 

Bridge, Eric Andrew, only son of Alfred John Bridge, Esq., Oldfields, 
Ditchling, Sussex, aged 16, January 29. Left 1888. 1 Donkin 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1890. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1903. Junior 
Army and Navy Club. 

Dallin, Francis Thomas, only son of the late Rev. Thomas Francis Dallin, 
and Mrs. Dallin, 13, Norham Gardens, Oxford, aged 13, December 
15. Left 1892 . 2 Donkin 

Scholar 1897. XV. 1891. Scholar of Queen's College, Oxford, 1892. First Class 
Classical Moderations, 1894. B.A. 1896. Egyptian Civil Service from 1897. 
Inspector, Ministry of Finance, 1900. Turf Club, Cairo. 

Dyke, John Ewart, son of Mrs. L. Dyke, 10, Ladbroke Gardens, London, 
W , aged 14, August 31. Left 1888. 1 Donkin 



Westropp, Richard Gibbings, son of Mrs. Westropp, Sunny Hill, Mallow, 
Uo. Cork, Ireland, aged 14, November 5. Left 1889. 3 Donkin 
Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1892. Captain 1900. Egyptian Army. 

Johnson, Frederick, son of J. Henry Johnson, Esq., Mountains, Tonbridge, 
aged 14, February 23. Left 1889.* Donkin 

Address, as above. 

Gwyther, Edward Newill, second son of the late Frederick George Gwy ther, 
Esq., and nephew and ward of Joseph Beattie, Esq., Overley, 
Wellington, Salop, aged 13, December 8. Left 1892. 1 Michell 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1892. 

Harding, George Herbert, son of Thomas Harding, Esq., Rydal House, 
fluyton, Liverpool, aged 15, August 31. Left 1890. 2 Michell 

A Dentist. Of 101, Mostyn Street, Llandudno. 

Harding, Charles Copeley, only son of Charles Harding, Esq., 11, Augustus 
Road, Edgbaston, aged 14, July 16. Left 189 1. 3 Michell 

Passed Solicitor's Final Examination, 1896. Of Knutsford Lodge, Edgbaston. 

Kingdon, William Fortescue, seventh son of Paul Augustine Kingdon, 
Esq., 29, Marlborough Hill, London, N.W., aged 14, June 29. 
Leftl892. 2 Michell 

Scholar 1887. Minor Exhibitioner, 1892. Mus. Bac., Oxford, 1899. Of 29, 
Marlborough Hill, London, N.W. 

Le Mottee, Edward D'Albret, eldest son of Colonel John Edward 
Le Mottle, 1, Grange Terrace, Guernsey, aged 13, October 20. 
Left 1891. 2 Michell 

Sandhurst 1891. Gazetted to the Gloucester Regiment 1893. Captain 1902. 
Served in the South African War 1899-1902. Despatches. Queen's Medal with 
four Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. D.S.O. Army and Navy Club. 

Lees, Eustace Graham, second son of William Lees, Esq., Claregate, 
Tettenhall, Wolverhampton, aged 15, August 28. Left 
1889. 3 Michell 

Sandhurst 1891. Gazetted to the Royal Berkshire Regiment 1892. Captain 
Army Pay Department, 1899. Portsmouth, 1904. 

Morris, Edgar Pape Ford, third son of Joseph Morris, Esq., Farndon 
House, Rusholme, Manchester, aged 13, May 20. Leftl892. 2 Michell 
Minor Exhibitioner 1892. Balliol College, Oxford, 1892. 



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Mort, John Chester, son of Mrs. Morfc, Walton, Stone, Stafford, aged 14, 
October 26. Left 1889. 2 Michell 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1894. A Printer at Stafford. 

Newman, John Campin, elder son of John Campin Newman, Esq., Moss 
Hall, Finchley, Middlesex, aged 15. Aug. 14. Left 1891. 2 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1894. M.B. 1900. St. Bartholomew's Hospital 
1894. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1900. F.R.C.S. 1902. Of Moss Hall, Finchley. 

Seckham, Douglas Thome, sixth son of Samuel Lipscomb Seckham, Esq., 
Beacon Place, Lichfield, aged 14, May 1. Left 1891. 1 Michell 

XV. 1889, 1890. Gazetted to the North Staffordshire Regiment 1895. Captain 
The Lancashire Fusiliers 1900. Served in the South African War 1899-1900. 
Actions at Karee Siding, Vet River, and Zand River. Qneen's Medal with three 
Clasps. Of Hopefield, Eccles Old Road, Manchester. 

Thornton, Henry Grenfell, eldest son of Henry Edward Thornton, Esq., 
58, The Ropewalk, Nottingham, aged 14, Peb 9. Leftl889. 2 Michell 

Served in the South African War, 1901-02, in Paget's Horse. Living in 
Johannesburg. Home address above. Isthmian Club. 

Crofts, Thomas Robert Norman, only son of John Crofts, Esq., Long 
Lawford Hall, Rugby, aged 13, July 16. Left 1893. 1 School Town 

Scholar 1889. Scholar of Caius College, Cambridge, 1893, B.A. 1896. Assistant 
Master, Trinity College, Glenalmond, 1897-1902, and at Merchant Taylors' school 
from 1902. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1888. 

Boxwell, Philip Reginald, younger son of John Harvey Boxwell, and 
grandson of John Williams, Esq., Croftdown Road, Highgate Road, 
N.W., aged 12, September 19. Left 1894. 2 School 

Royal Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill, 1894. Public Works Depart- 
ment, Egypt, from 1897. Cairo 1904. 

Cass, Benjamin Croft, only son of John Cass, Esq., Claremont, Bradford, 
Yorkshire, aged 14, May 10. Left 1890 3 School 

Hanover Polytechnic, 1891. Director, Pearson and Son, Contractors, from 1901. 
Of 10, Victoria Street, London, S.W. 

Clarke, Alfred Etheldred, son of Leonard Alfred Clarke, Esq., The Old 
Hall, Belgrave, Leicestershire, aged 13, Dec. 26. Left 1888. 2 School 

Macdonald, Herbert Lindsay, eldest son of John Mackenzie Lindsay 
Macdonald, Esq., and nephew of W. K. Macdonald, Esq., Wind- 
mill House, Arbroath, N.B., aged 15, Oct. 1. Left 1890. 3 School 
Merton College, Oxford, 1891. A Squatter at WaUabadah, New South Wales. 

Style, Arthur Hurrell, son of the Rev. George Style, Headmaster of 
Giggleswick School, Settle, aged 14, Aug. 28. Left 1890. 3 School 

Emmanuel College, College, Cambridge, B.A. 1897. M.A. and M.B. 1901. 
Practising at Avonmouth, Gloucestershire. 

Walker, Kenneth, second son of James Douglas Walker, Esq., (O.R. 1855), 
of Blairtown, Aberdeen shire, aged 13 March 2. Left 1890. 1 School 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1896. Of Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. 

Gibbs, John Slater, son of Charles Gibbs, Esq., South Bank, Pendleton, 
Manchester, aged 15, November 24. Left 1891. 1 Bowden Smith 
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1898. 

Scott, Arthur Norman Spencer, younger son of Mrs. Scott and the late 
Edward Scott, Esq., Lulworth Road, Southport, aged 14, October 
3. Left 1892. 2 Bowden-Smith 

Pembroke College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class, History Tripos, 1895, M.A. 
1899. Ordained 1897. Assistant Curate of St. Mark's, Woodhouse, Leeds, from 
1901. Of 4, Providence Avenue, Woodhouse, Leeds. 



142 Percival, 1887-95. 

Hart, John Russell, only son of John William Hart, Esq., 54, Albany 
Road, London, N.W., aged 14, November 2. Left 1892. 2 Scott 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1895. 

Heron, John Speir, son of Mrs. Heron, and the late John Speir Heron, 
Esq., Southport, aged 15, May 27. Left 1890. 1 Scott 

Took up land for Fruit Growing in Australia, 1890. Of Pennant Hills, New 
South Wales. 

Hodgson, George Francis, third son of the Rev. Francis Greaves Hodgson, 
(O.K. 1856), Pilton Rectory, Oundle, aged 13, September 1. 
Left 1893. 2 Scott 

With a Land Agent in Kent. Captain, 3rd Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment. 
Home address, Aldwincle, Thrapston. 

Ubsdell, Thurlow Richardson, son of .John A. Ubsdell, Esq., Port Eads, 
Louisiana, U.S.A., aged 15, December 31. Left 1891. 1 Scott 

Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1894. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1898- 
Western Circuit. 

Williamson, Henry Davenport, son of D. F.Williamson, Esq., 12, Fulwood 
Park, Liverpool, aged 13, February 12. Left 189U. 3 Scott 

Bickford, Oscar Leonard, son of E. 0. Bickford, Esq., Bank of Montreal, 
22, Abchurch Lane, London, E.G., aged 14, December 31. Left 
1890 2 . Whitelaw 

Charles, John Roger, eldest son of John Smith Charles, Esq., Pelsall Hall, 

Walsall, Staffordshire, aged 15, October 12. Left 1890. 2 Morice 

Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class Natural Science Tripos, 1894, 

M.B. 1898, M.A. and M.D. 1901. M.B.C.P. 1900. Of Peolsford, Pelsall, and 95, 

Cornwall Street, Birmingham. 

Moss, Frederick Blundell, second son of John Seymour Moss, Esq., 

Butlfield, Hessle, Bull, aged 14, Sept. 21. Left 1891. 1 Morice 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL B. 1894. M.A. and LL.M. 1898. LL.D. 

1904. Admitted a Solicitor, 1897. Assumed the name of Moss BLUNDELL, 1892. 

Of Tranby Rise, Hessle, Hull. 

Blunt, George Edward, second son of George Henry Blunt, Esq., 9, Bel- 
mont Villas, Leicester, aged 13, June 21. Left 1891. 2 Donkin 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 1892. Entered the Theatrical Profession 1898. 
Proprietor of Prince of Wales' Theatre, Liverpool, from 1903. 

Burgoyne, Gerald Achilles, eldest son of Peter Bond Burgoyne, Esq., 

Isleworth, aged 13, February 2. Left 1891. 8 Donkin 

VIII. 1890, 1891. Gazetted to 3rd Dragoon Guards 1896. Captain 1900. Served 

in the South African War 1900-02. Queen's Medal with four Clasps. King's 

Medal with two Clasps. Cavalry, and Army and Navy Clubs. 

Davies, James Arthur, eldest son of John Acworth Davies, Esq., M.C.S., 
Madras, India, aged 14, June 1. Left 1892* Donkin 

XV. 1890, 1891. New College, Oxford. B.A. 1896. Called to the Bar, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1900. Deputy Registrar, High Court, Madras. The Club, Madras. 

Edgington, Herbert, son of Rev. Charles Nattali Edgington, St. Peters' 
Rectory, March, aged 16, December 1. Left 189 1. 1 Donkin 

Peterhouse, Cambridge, 1891. Allagaishwara Estate, Sulabele, Kadur, North 
Mysore, India. 

Noton, Cecil, son of G. W. Noton, Esq., Leagate, Heaton Mersey, 
Manchester, aged 15, November 12. Left 1888. 1 Donkin 

Ruddock, Ernest Noblett, eldest son of Noblett Surrage Ruddock, Esq., 
Stockland, Palace Road, Streatham Hill, S.W., aged 14, April 6. 
Left 1891. 8 Donkin 

An Electrical Engineer. Address, as above. 



Percival, 18S7-95. 143 



Ruddock, Percy Grevile, second son of the above N. S. Ruddock, Esq., 
aged 13, April 7. Left, 1891. 2 Donkin 

Admitted a Solicitor 1897. Of 23, Palace Road, Streatham Hill, London, S.W. 

Stewart Richardson, Edward Austin, eldest sou of Sir James Thomas 
Stewart Richardson, Bart., Pitfour Castle, Perth, N.B., aged 15, 
July 24. Left 1888. 1 Donkin 

Gazetted to the 3rd Battalion Black Watch. Captain 1900. Succeeded his 
father as 15th Bart. 1895. Served in the South African War 1899-1901, 
including actions at Vet River, Rhenoster River, Wittebergen and Witpoort. 
Queen's Medal with five Clasps. Address, as above. 

Wheatley, Robert Albert, only son of Joseph Larke VVheatley, Ksq., 
Road, Cardiff, aged 14, March 27. Leftl891. 2 Donkin 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1894. M.A. and B.C.L. 1899. Admitted a Solicitor 
1897. Deputy Town Clerk of Swansea from 1901. The Guildhall, Swansea. 



117, Newport 

Exeter Colle 
1897. Depu' 

Pipe-Wolferstan, Humphrey Frank, sixth son of Francis S. Pipe-Wolfer- 
stan, Esq., Statford,Tamworth,aged 13, Mar. 13. Left3892. 2 Donkin 

VIII. 1892. Sandhurst 1892. Gazetted to King's Own Borderers 1894. Served 
in the Chitral and Tirah Campaigns 1895, and 1897-98, and the South African 
War 1899. Killed at Spion Kop 24th January, 1900. 

Nelson, Arthur Campbell, second son of John Nelson, Esq., Mere Old Hall, 
Knutsford, aged 14, March 4. Left 1889. 1 Michell 

Natal Mounted Police, 1897. Served in the South African War, 1899-1901. 
Killed at Mahlabatini 28th April, 1901. 

Nettlefold, Godfrey, fifth son of Mrs. Neltlefold and the late Edward 
John Nettlefold, Hallfield, Edgbaston, aged 13, April J8. Left 
189 1. 3 Michell 

Gazetted to 5th Imperial Yeomanry 1900. Served in the South African War 
1900-01. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. Of Peachfield, Edgbaston. Imperial 
Service Club. 

Wallace, John Stuart, third son of William Wallace, Esq., Heatherley, 
Crosby Road, Liverpool, aged 14, October 5. Left 1891. 3 Michell 
Manager of a Steamship Company. Of 141, West George Street, Glasgow. 
Conservative Club. 

Cox, Henry Leonard, fourth son of Arthur Russell Cox, Old Bank, Rugby, 
aged 14, May 22. Left 1890 1 . Town 

A Planter in Ceylon. Of Kepitagalla, Matale, Ceylon. 

Cheese, Edward Alfred, son of Rev. James Albert Cheese, (O.K. 1842), 
New Bilton Vicarage, Rugby, aged 13, April 12. Left 1889 1 . Town 
St. Catharine's College, Cambridge, 1892. 

Lawrence, Alfred William, eldest son of Mr. Alfred James Lawrence, 
fo.R. 1859), Rugby, aged 13, May 30. Left 1890.* Town 

In business in Rugby. 

Over, Reginald Henry Holman, son of Mr. William Henry Over, 12, High 
Street, Rugby, aged 15, October 28. Left 1889. 3 Town 

A Veterinary Surgeon. M.R.C.V.S. Of 24, North Street, Rugby. 

Pamell, Frederick Wood, eldest son of Mr. John Parnell, (O.K. 1855), 
Rugby, aged 14, October 8. Left 1890. 2 Town 

A Contractor. Of Vicarage Road, Rugby. 

Simpson, Cyril Charles, son of Mr. Charles Simpson, 2, Market Place, 
Rugby, aged 13, April 19. Left 1890. 3 Town 

A Clerk in London and Westminster Bank, Lothbury Branch. Of Copthorne, 
Park Road, Forest Hill, London. 

Walrond, Francis Ernley, second son of Francis Charles Walrond, Esq., 
(O.K. 1851), 24, Hillmorton Road, Rugby, aged 12, October 16. 
Left 1892. 3 Town 

In the London and County Bank, Head Office, 1895-1903. Of The Standard Bank 
of South Africa, Capetown, from 1904. 



144 Percival, 1887-95. 



ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1888. 

Alexander, William Nathaniel Stuart, son of N. Stuarb Alexander, Esq., 
O.S.L, Bengal, aged 13, May 8. Left 1890. 3 School 

Gazetted to the Connaught Rangers, 1894. Captain 1901. Served in the South 
African War, February to May, 1902. 

Burnyeat, William John Dalzell, eldest son of William Burnyeat, Esq., Mill- 
grove, Whitehaven, aged 14, March 13. Left 1893. 2 School 

Scholar 1888. Exhibitioner of Corpus Christi College, 1893, Second Class 
Classical Moderations, 1895, B.A., Third Class Final Classics, 1897, M.A. 1901. 
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1899. Of Goldsmith Buildings, London, E.G. 
Reform Club. 

Clark, John Norman D'Arcy, eldest son of George D'Arcy Clark, Esq., 
Highfield House, Derby, aged 14, March 29. Lefb 189 1. 1 School 
Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. Of Burnaston House, Etwall, Derby. 

Mackinnon, Andrew, second son of William Mackinnon, Esq., 12, Huntley 

Gardens, Hill Head, Glasgow, aged 14, April 30. Left 1890. 3 School 

XV. 1890. A Stockbroker. Of 20, Roland Gardens, London, S.W. Sports Club. 

Cartwright, Hervey Edward, third son of Mrs. Oartwright, and the late 
William George Cartwright, Springfield, Newport, Monmouth- 
shire, aged 14, June 1. Left 1891.* Bowden Smith 

Residing at Uffington, Shrewsbury. 

Cranmer Byng, Hugh Edward, second son of Colonel Alfred Molyneux 
Cranmer Byng, Quendon Hall, Newport, Essex, aged 14, Dec. 10. 
Left 1891 . 2 Bowden Smith 

Dixon, Wynyard. third son of James Willis Dixon, Esq., Hillsborough 
Hall, Sheffield, aged 14, January 13. Left 189 1. 2 Bowden Smith 
XI. 1890, 1891. XV. 1890. A Land Agent. Of Wadsley Bridge, near Sheffield. 

Gibb, John George Paton, younger son of Easton Gibb, Esq., Beamsley 
Hall, Skipton, aged 14, October 14. Left 1891. 2 Bowden Smith 

In business as a Flax Spinner. Of Ravenswood, Hillside, Montrose, N.B. 

GrOSlett, Maynard Gordon, eldest son of Edward Maynard William Goslett, 
Esq., Marlborough House, St. Albans, aged 14, June 13. Left 
189 1. 2 Bowden Smith 

In business. Of Loscombe, Stanmore, Middlesex. 

Norman, James Martin, eldest son of James Norman. Esq., The Laurels, 
Southgate, Middlesex, aged 14, Feb. 24. Left 1891. 2 Bowden Smith 

Onslow, Arthur John Macarthur, second son of Mrs. Onslow, and the late 
Captain Arthur Walton Onslow, R.N., Camden Park, Menangle, 
N.S. Wales, aged 14, April 29. Left 1891. 1 Bowden Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1893. Served with the New South Wales Contingent 
in the South African War 1899-1900. Severely wounded. Address, as above. 

Bickley, Edward Robert, son of Edward Bickley, Esq., 233, Bristol Road, 
Birmingham, aged 16, April 20. Left 1890. 1 Scott 

Admitted a Solicitor 1895. Practising at Birmingham. 

Christy, Sydney Richardson, eldest son of Wakefield Christy, Esq., 
29, Collingham Road, London, S.W., aged 14, March 7. Left 
1893 ' Scott 

Assumed the name of CHRISTIE MILLER 1889. Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1897. 
M.A 1901. J.P. for Bucks and Co. Down. High Sheriff of Co. Down 1898 
Served in the South African War as Lieutenant 3rd Oxfordshire L.I., 1900. Of 
Britwell Court, Burnham, Bucks. Junior Carlton Club. 



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Gray, James Mackey, son of S. W. Gray, Esq., Sydney, Australia, aged 14, 
January 5. Left 1890. 8 Scott 

Hall, William, only son of the late Peter Hall, Esq., and Mrs. Agnes Hall, 
Torrisdalo Castle, Kintyre. aged 15, December 11. Left 1890. 8 Scott 
Pembroke College, Oxford, 1892. 

Harding, Cecil Redfern, fourth son of William Septimus Harding, Esq., 
Englefield, Harborne, Staffordshire, aged 14, September 24. Left 

189 1. 1 Scott 

A Member of the London Stock Exchange from 1898. Of 13, Bruton Street, 
Berkeley Square, London, W. Isthmian Club. 

Marshall, Charles Henry, fourth son of the late Charles Henry Marshall, 
and stepson of William Knighton, Esq., The Cedars, Sydenham, 
London, S.E., aged 13, December 2. Left 1891. 8 Scott 

Richardson, James Herbert, eldest son of James Theodore Richardson, 
Esq., Killowen, Lisburn, Co. Antrim, aged 13, July 6. Left 

1893. 2 Scott 

New College, Oxford, 1893. Address, as above. 

Wingate Saul, Ernest, eldest son of Dr. William Wingate Saul, Lancaster, 
aged 15, March 25. Left 1891. 2 Scott 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1895. M.A. 1901. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
1897. Northern Circuit. Conservative Club, Manchester. 

Roberts, Hugh Francis Bodvel, second son of John Hugh Roberts, Esq., 
Dinas, Carnarvon, aged 13, June 22. Left 1892. 1 Elsee 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1899. 

Bond, Charles Pendennis, son of Frank Walters Bond, Esq., 2, Hyde Park 
i Square, London, aged 14, January 11. Left 1888. 3 Whitelaw 

Carter, John Gordon, eldest son of John Francis Carter, Esq., Broadlands, 
Langley Park, Watford, aged 14, March 16. Left 189 1. 8 Whitelaw 
A Chartered Accountant 1898. Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Worship, Noel, son of Mrs. Worship, and the late William Worship, Esq., 
Ormsby St. Michael, Great Yarmouth, aged 14, December 25. 
Left 1889. 2 Whitelaw 

A Planter in Ceylon. Of the Singarawatta Estate, Bogawantalawa, Ceylon. 

Crawley-Boevey, Arthur Curtis, third son of Sir Thomas H. Crawley- 
Boevey, Bart., Flaxley Abbey, Newnhara, Gloucestershire, aged 13, 
July 10. Left 1893 2 Morice 

New College, Oxford, 1893. B.A. 1901. R.I.E.C. Cooper's Hill 1897-1900. 
Railway Engineering. Assoc. Member, Institute C.E., 1903. 

Norman, John, only son of the late John Norman, Esq., Solway Terrace, 
Mary port, aged 15, December 2. Left 1889. 8 Morice 

Gazetted to 3rd Battalion Border Regiment (Militia), 1891. Captain 1896. Hon. 
Major 1903. Served in the South African War 1899-1901. Two Medals and four 
Clasps. Grosvenor Club. 

Donald, Douglas, fifth son of Robert Bruce Donald, Esq., Pembury Grange, 
Tunbridge Wells, aged 13. May 11. Left 1889. 3 Morice 

A Partner in E. Whitney & Co., Sheep Farmers, Nebea, near Coonamble, New 
South Wales. 

Alston, Rowland Ernest, fifth son of Sir Francis Beilby Alston, K.C.M.G., 
69, Eccleston Square. London, S.W., aged 13, June 7. Left 
1891. 2 Donkin 

Gazetted to 3rd Bedfordshire Regiment (Militia), 1891, and to the Royal Fusiliers 
1899. Junior Naval and Military Club. 
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146 Percival, 1887-95. 



Clarke, Charles Samuel, son of Thomas Clarke, Esq., Ivy Bank, Aigburth, 
Liverpool, aged 14, December 14. Left 1889. 3 Donkin 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1892. A Merchant. Of Ellsbridge House, Keynsham, 
Somerset. 

Gilfillan, Robert, elder son of Samuel Gilfillan, Esq., Ashbridge House, 
Thurlow Road, Hampstead, London, aged 13, August 14. Left 

1892. 1 Donkin 

Gilfillan, Farleigh, younger son of the above Samuel Gilfillan, Esq., aged 
12, January 30. Left 1891. 2 Donkin 

Haworth, Frank Abraham, fourth son of Abraham Haworth, Esq., Hilston 
House, Altrincham, aged 13, April 30. Left 1893. 2 Donkin 

XV. 1891, 1892. Victoria University 1894. 

Hunter, Douglas Hamilton Keats, eldest son of Alexander John Hunter, 
Esq., Endsley, Irlam's o' th' Height, Manchester, aged 14, June20. 
Left 1890. 2 ' Donkin 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1900. Served with the Imperial Yeomanry in 
the South African War 1899-1900, and 1902. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 

Hunter, A lick Guy Bayntun Field, second son of the above Alexander 
John Hunter, Esq., aged 13, July 4. Left 1891. 3 Donkin 

VIII. 1891. XV. 1891. A Merchant, China and Japan. Of Highfield, Alderley 
Edge, Cheshire. 

Gaddum, Arthur Graham, fifth son of Henry Theodore Gaddum, Esq., 
Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 14, January 9. Left 1892. 1 Michell 

In business. Of Bowdon, Cheshire. 

Holmes* Harry James Carleton, only son of Edward Carleton Holmes, Esq., 
(O.K. 1856), Frondeg, Shortlands, Kent, aged 14, March 17. Left 

1890. 2 Michell 

Ostrich Farming from 1903.* Of Kendrew, Cape Colony, South Africa. 

Ollivant, Alfred, second son of Major Edward Albert Ollivant, (O.R. 1856), 
R.A., Offerton Hurst, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, aged 13, May 4 
Left 1891. 2 Michell 

Woolwich 1891. Passed out, Senior Gunner, 1893. Gazetted to Royal Artillery 
1893. Resigned through illness 1895. Began to write 1898. Author of " Danny." 
and other Works. Of Elliotts, Nuthurst, Horsham. 

Hudson, Albert Wilfrid, third son of Mrs. Hudson, and the late Rev. 
Albert Hudson, Horton Crescent, Rugby, aged 13, August 23. 
Left 1893. 2 Town 

XV. 1892. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. Second Class Classical Tripos 1896. 
Studied languages abroad. Modern Language Master at Fettes College, Edin- 
burgh, from 1901. 

Hudson, Arthur Cyril, fourth son of the above Rev. Albert Hudson, aged 
12, November 30. Left 1895. 2 Town 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. Second Class Science Tripos 1898. M.B. 1899 
St. Thomas' Hospital 1899. Ophthalmic Surgeon, St. Thomas' Hospital, from 1903. 

Lindsay, Courtenay Traice, only son of Thomas Mitchener Lindsay, Esq., 
Art Museum, Rugby, aged 13, December 11. Left 1892. 2 Town 
Assistant Examiner Royal College of Arts. Drawing Master at Seafield Park 
Engineering College, Hants. Of Lee-on-the-Solent, Hants. 

Moxon, Leonard, third son of William Moxon, Esq., Biggen Hall, 
Thurlaston, aged 13, October 22. Left 189 1. 1 Town 

Ordained 1899. Curate of Uitenhage, Cape Colony, 1899-1903. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1888. 

Baker, William Thomas Webb, eldest son of Henry Laurence Baker, Esq., 
Pentre Court, Abergavenny, aged 14, Dec. 6. Left 1892. 2 School 

Scholar 1888. Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. Passed Indian Civil Service 1896. 
India 1897. Assistant Collector and Magistrate, Bombay. 



Percival, 1887-95. 147 

Beachcroft, Richard Owen, fifth son of Francis Porten Beachcroft, Esq., 
E.O.S-, Punjab, (o.it. 1855), aged 13, Nov. 26. Left 1891. 2 School 

Worcester College, Oxford, Organist 1893. B.A. and Mus. Bac. 1897. Address, 
Clifton College, Bristol. 

Davies, Henry Eustace, only son of Rev. Sidney Edmund Davies,(o.R. 1858), 
Broad Windsor Rectory, Bearainster, Dorset, aged 14, January 9. 
Left 1893. 2 School 

Scholar 1888. Head of the School. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1893. Scholar 
of New College, Oxford, 1893. First Class Classical Moderations 1895. B.A. 
Second Class Final Classical School 1897. Private Secretary to Lord Stanley, 
M.P., 1901. 

Davies, Dudley Oliveira, only son of Mrs. Davies, and the late Oliveira 

Davies (o.u. 1859), 71, Gloucester Place, London, W., aged 14, 

September 22. Left 1890. 1 School 

Studied four years in Switzerland and Germany. In business from 1894. Of 

Blandy Brothers, Las Palmas, Grand Canary. 

Hays, Francis Reginald, son of Walter Hays, Esq., Rockleigh, Townsvillo, 
North Queensland, aged 13, August 4. Left 1891. 1 School 

Has settled in Australia. 

Hollams, William Ernest, only son of Frederick William Hollams, Esq , 
Marloes House, Marloes Road, Kensington, W., aged 14, May 31. 
Left 1893. 8 School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A., Second Class Law 1897. Called to the Bar, 
Lincoln's Inn, 1899. Of Dene Park, Tonbridge, Kent. 

Moss, William Edward, only son of William Richardson Moss, Esq., 
Burnthwaite, Heaton, Bradford, Yorkshire, aged 13, May 20. 
Left 1894.* School 

Exhibitioner of Trinity College, Oxford, 1894, B.A., Second Class Natural Science, 
1898. In business as a Cotton Merchant. Of The Oaks, Upton Heath, Chester. 
Automobile Club. 

Nicholls, Richard William, fourth son of Edward William Nicholls, Esq., 
21, Haringay Park, Crouch End, London, aged 13, July 23. 
Left 1893. 2 ' School 

XI. 1892, 1893. Racquets 1893. A Brewer in Dublin. Of 95, Phibsboro' Road, 
Dublin. 

Parsons, William Herbert, second son of John Parsons, Esq., (O.R. 1848), 
11, Norham Gardens, Oxford, aged 14, Aug. 4. Left 1891. 3 School 
Address, Tubney House, Abingdon. 

Peel, Alfred Michael John Russell, fourth son of Archibald Peel, Esq., 
The Gerwyn, Wrexham, aged 15, September 16. Left 1892. 2 School 

Served in B.S.A. Police in Mashonaland Rebellion 1897. Medal. Rhodesian 
' Civil Service 1898. Chief Clerk to Magistrates, Gwelo, 1902. Served in the South 
African War 1900, in Plumer's Rhodesian Regiment. Medal with three Clasps. 
Of Gwelo, Rhodesia. New Club. 

Wainewright, Arthur Reginald, second son of John Hertslet Wainewright, 
Esq., Belmont, Lee, S.E., aged 14, Sept. 16. Left 1892. 2 School 

Woolwich 1893. Gazetted to Royal Artillery 1894. Captain 1900. Served in the 
South African War 1899-1900, including actions at Magersfontein, Dreifontein, 
&c. Despatches. Of 6, Grand Avenue, Hove, Sussex. 

Westmacott, Richard, eldest son of Edward Vesey Westmacott. Esq., 
I.C.S., Bengal, (O.R. 1853), aged 13, Dec. 26. Left 189 1. 2 School 
Assistant, Sanderson & Co. , Calcutta. 

Goslett, William Bernard, second son of Edward Maynard Goslett, Esq., 
26,Soho Square, London, aged 13, Feb. 14. LeftlS93. 3 Bowden Smith 
In business. Of Lime Place. Great Stanmore, Middlesex. 



148 Percival, 1887-95. 

Lepper, Robert Stewart, eldest son of Francis Robert Lepper, Esq., 
Elsinore, Crawfordsburn, Co. Down, aged 17, November 14. Left 
1889. 3 Bowden Smith 

Exhibitioner of King's College, Cambridge, B.A. Second Class History Tripos, 

1892. LL.B. 1893. M.A. 1898. LL.M. 1903. Principal of Pachaizappa's College, 
Madras, 1896-1900. Travancore Educational Service 1901. Of Trivandrum, 
Travancore, South India, and as above. 

Lepper, George Chapman, second son of the above Francis Robert Lepper, 
aged 16, November 28. Left 1889. a Bowden Smith 

Royal University of Ireland, B.A. 1893. Admitted a Solicitor 1897. Of Elsinore, 
Crawfordsburn. Co. Down, Ireland. 

Haddock, Arthur Henry, eldest son of James Haddock, Esq., The Cedars, 
Alsager, aged 15, May 7. Left 1890. 8 Bowden Smith 

A Manufacturer. Of Osborne Lodge, Alsager. 

Murray, Edmund MacKenzie, only son of the late MacKenzie Murray, 
and Mrs. Murray, Woodside, Coupar Angus, N.B., aged 14, June 
3. Left 1891. 8 Bowden Smith 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1896. Of Woodside House, Coupar Angus. 

Sleight, Ernest, eldest son of George Frederick Sleight, Esq., Grimsby, 
aged 14, October 14. Left 1892. 8 Bowden Smith 

Captain, 3rd V.B. Lincolnshire Regiment. Of Hatherton, Grimsby. 

Wicksteed, Henry Arthur Hedon, elder son of the Rev. John Henry 
Wicksteed, Pocklington Vicarage, York, aged 14, September 25. 
Left 1893.* Bowden Smith 

Scholar 1888. Major Exhibitioner, 1893. Scholar of Hertford College, Oxford, 

1893, Second Class Classical Moderations, 1895, Third Class Final Classics, 1897, 
B.A. 1899. In business from 1899. Address Vicarage, Bexley, Kent. 

Dow SOD, Percy Enfield, second son of the Rev. Henry Enfield Dowson, 
Unitarian Manse, Gee Cross, Manchester, aged 15, July 24. 
Left 1892.' Scott 

Minor Exhibitioner 1892. Scholar of Trinity College, Oxford, 1892, B.A. 1896, 
M.A. 1900. Of Gee Cross, Hyde, Cheshire. 

Dowson, Aubrey Osier, third son of the above Rev. Henry Enfield Dowson, 
aged 13, November 10. Left 1893. 2 Scott 

XI. 1892, 1893. XV. 1892. New College, Oxford, 1893-97. In business from 1897. 
Of Carlton Lodge, Khowle, Warwickshire. 

Isaacson, Arthur Spencer, eldest son of Henry Whitehead Isaacson, Esq., 
Lima, Peru, aged 14, December 19. Left 1891. 3 Scott 

Munby, Henry Edwin, elder son of Rev. George Frederick Woodhouse 
Munby, (O.K. 1846), Turvey Rectory, Bedford, aged 14, April 6. 
Left 1892. 2 Scott 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1895. M.A. 1899. Ordained 1898. Assistant 
Curate of St. John's, Red Lion Square, Holborn, London, W.C., from 1903. 

Munby, Ernest John, younger son of the above Rev. George Frederick 
Woodhouse Munby, aged 13, May 19. Left 1891 .* Scott 

Royal Humane Society's Medal 1891. A Mechanical Engineer. Stevens' Institute, 
Hoboken, New Jersey, 1892-97. M.E. Degree. Has been employed in many 
parts of the world. Of 7, Moorgate Street, E.G., and Cambridge House, Camber- 
well, London, S.E. 

Talboys, Harold Ivo, son of Mrs. Morse, 13, Oxford Gardens, Notting 
Hill, W., aged 14, July 2. Left 1889. 3 Scott 

Scholar 1888. 

Elsee, Charles, third son of Rev. Charles Elsee, Assistant Master at 
Rugby School, aged 12, January 12. Left 1895. 2 Elsee Town 

Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge, 1895. B.A. First Class Classical Tripos, 
Part 3, 1898, and First Class Theological Tripos, Part 2, 1900, M.A. 1903. 
Ordained 1901. Of St. John's College Mission, Walworth, S.E. 



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Motile, Gerard Bannatyne, eldest son of Horace D'Oyley Moule, Esq., 
Cawnpore, aged 14, August 1. Left 1896- 1 Elsee 

Sandhurst 1893. Gazetted to Bedfordshire Regiment 1894. Served in the Chitral 
Expedition 1895. Medal. Died at Umballa, June, 1896. 

Nicholson, John Alidgley, only son of Joseph Nicholson, Esq., Wheat/field 
Lodge, Wood Lane, Headingley, Leeds, aged 14, March 18. Left 
1891. 2 Elsee 

A Manufacturing Chemist. Address, as above. 

Smith, Alfred Braithwaite, third sou of Rev. Edward Braithwaite Smith, 
Gresford Vicarage, Wrexham, aged 13, October 23. Left 
1893. 2 Elsee 

Scholar 1888. Major Exhibitioner 1893. Scholar of Oriel College, Oxford, 1893. 
Second Class Classical Moderations 1895. B.A. Third Class Final Classics 1897. 
Assistant Master, The Oratory School, Birmingham, from 1902. 

Acland, Francis Dyke, only son of Arthur Herbert Dyke Acland, Esq., 
M.P., (on. 1861), 35, Cadogan Terrace, London, S.W., aged 14, 
March 7. Left 1893.* Whitelaw 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. Second Class History 1897. Has held Educational 
Appointments in Yorkshire. Of 2, Weaponness Park, Scarborough. Brooks' 
Club. 

fiarnett, Leslie Winterton, third son of the late Henry William Barnett, 
ward of S. Hoffanny, Esq., 3, Hyde Park Gate, London, S.W., 
aged U, October 11. Left 189 1. 1 ' Whitelaw 

XV. 1890. Royal School of Mines 1902. Of Bramshot, Surbiton. 

Behrens, Harold Lucas, sixth son of Edward Behrens, Esq., 22, Oxford 
Street, Manchester, aged 14, March 29. Left 1892. 3 Whitelaw 
In business. Of West View, Victoria Park, Manchester. 

Crosbie Dawson, George, only son of George James Crosbie Dawson, Esq., 
Stoke-on-Trent, aged 15, May 3. Left 1891. 3 Whitelaw 

XV. 1891. VIII. 1891. An Estate Agent and Surveyor. Fellow Surveyors' 
Institution 1900. Of May Place, Newcastle, Staffordshire. 

Forwood, Sydney Brittain, fourth son of Sir William Bower Forwood, 
Knight, Blundellsands, Liverpool, aged 14, July 27. Left 
1892. 2 Whitelaw 

A Cotton Broker. Address, Heswall, Cheshire. 

Gregsoii, Bryan Padgett, eldest son of Bryan Padgett Gregson, Esq., (o.u. 
1856), Caton, Lancaster, aged 15, Jan. 16/ Left 1893. 3 Whitelaw 
A Mechanical Engineer. County Club, Lancaster. 

Knowles, Hugh Charles, elder son of Charles Julius Knowles, Esq., 
Shaftesbury House, Kensington, aged 13, March 29. Left 
1893. 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1888. Minor Exhibitioner, 1893. Postmaster of Merton College, Oxford, 
1893, Second Class Classical Moderations, 1895, Second Class Law, 1896. B.C.L. 
1897. Admitted a Solicitor, 1899, but does not practise. Of Inverness Lodge, 
Inverness Terrace, London, W. 

Leach, Richard Ernest Uowell, only son of Richard Howell Walker Leach, 
Esq., (o.R. 1856), Registrar's Chambers, lloyal Courts of Justice, 
London, aged 13, November 21. Left 1893. 2 Whitelaw 

Merton College, Oxford, B.A. 1898, M.A. and M.B. 1903. M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 

1902. Of 18, Kensington Mansions, Earls Court, London, S.W. 

Mappin, Douglas, fifth son of John Newton Mappiu, Esq., Southgate 
House, Southgate, Middlesex, aged 14, Jan. 14. Leftl892. 2 Whitelaw 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 1892. An Artist. 

Miller, Cecil Anders, son of William Miller, Esq., 2, York Mansions, Earls 
Court, Kensington, aged 14, June 2. Left 1890. 3 Whitelaw 



150 Percival 1887-95. 



Russell Roberts, Frederick Villeneuve, second son of Edward Russell 
Roberts, Esq., 35, Lexham Gardens. Kensington, aged 15, Jan. 1. 
Left 1891. 2 Whitelaw 

Served in the South African War, in Paget's Horse. 

Russel, Alexander Carter, younger son of Mrs. Russel, and the late 
Alexander Russel, 11, Hope Street, St. Andrew's, N.B., aged 13, 
July 5. Left 1892. 3 Whitelaw 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1895. Captain 1901. Served in West Africa, 
Expedition to Lapai, 1898. Medal with Clasp. In the South African War, 
1899-1902, including actions at Belfast and Lydenberg. Died at Jamaica, 
November, 1903. 

Shiell, James G-uthrie, eldest son of John Shiell, Esq., Dundee, N.B., 
aged 13, November 3. Left 1893. 1 Whitelaw 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1897. Passed as Law Agent, Edinburgh, 

1899. In practice at Dundee. Of 5, Bauk Street, Dundee. 

Lovatt, John Vincent Stafford, son of Henry Lovatt, Esq., Low Hill, 
Bushbury, Wolverhampton, aged 14, Sept 7. Left 1891. 1 Morice 

Wilmot Sitwell, John Knightley, seventh son of the Rev. Degge Wilmot 
Sitwell, Leamington Hastings, aged 14, June 28. Leftl892. 1 Morice 
Trinity College, Cambridge. B.A. 1896. Assistant Locomotive Superintendent, 
Eastern Bengal State Railways, Kanchrapara, India, from 1900. 

Stevenson, Francis Oswald, son of William Stevenson, Esq., Auchinbervie, 
Stirling, N.B , aged 14, March 1. Left 1890.' Morice 

Thompson, Charles, seventh son of Richard Thompson, Esq., Whalley, 
Lancashire, aged 13, November 14. Left 1892.* Morice 

Esson, William, elder son of William Esson, Esq., 13, Bradmore Road, 
Oxford, aged 15, August 28. Left 1891. 2 Donkin 

Gazetted to the Royal Marine Light Infantry, 1893. Captain 1900. Forton 
Barracks, Gosport, Hants. 

Okell, George, eldest son of George Okell, Esq., Barrow, Chester, aged 14, 

July 27. Left 1893. 2 Donkin 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1896. Admitted a Solicitor, 1899. Address, as above. 

Raikes, Hugh Percival, elder son of Colonel George Whittington Raikes, 
(O.K. 1860), Dunnington Heath, Alcester, aged 11, August 30. 
Left 1892. 8 Donkin 

A Civil Engineer, 1893, Member of the Institute, 1899. Of 63, Temple Row, 

Birmingham. 

Caldecott, Ernest Lawrence, third son of Henry Galdecott, Esq., (o.u. 1844), 
Bridge House, Broxbourne, Herts, aged 14, August 31. Left 
1893. 2 Michell 

Scholar 1888. Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1896. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 

1900. Quettal904. 

Crewdson, Joseph, third son of Alfred Crewdson, Esq., Alderley Edge, 
Cheshire, aged 14, August 28. Left 1892. 1 Michell 

XV. 1891. In business. Of 11, Rumford Place, Liverpool. 

Deakin, Carrick Ransome, second son of Joseph Deakin, Esq., Eller How, 
Grange-over-Sands, aged 16, September 4. Left 1891. 2 Michell 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1896, M.A. 1898. Ordained 1897. Assistant 
Curate of Penrith, Cumberland. 

Dukes, Clement, eldest son of Clement Dukes, Esq., M.D., Sunnyside, 
Rugby, aged 13, October 16. Left 1893. 3 Michell 

Assistant Paymaster to Harbour Board, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 



Percival, 1887-95. 151 



GrOOde, Albert, third son of Charles Vickery Groode, Esq., Dunedin, 
Twickenham, aged 15, July 24. Left 1890. 8 Michell 

In business from 1891. Of Dunedin, Twickenham. 

Haes, John Andrew, son of Andrew Haes, Esq., Putney, aged 13, May 29. 
Left same Term. Michell 

On the London Stock Exchange. 

Jones, Philip Astell Temple, eldest son of Griffith Jones, Esq., The Bury, 

Goldington. near Bedford, aged 13, March 29. Left 1893. 3 Michell 

Sandhurst 1894. Gazetted to the 8th Hussars 1895. Served in the South African 

War from November, 1899. Despatches. Medal with seven Clasps Killed in action 

near Machadodorp 13th October, 1900. 

Russell, Wilmot Peregrine Maitland, third son of Captain Theodosius 
Stuart Russell, St. Johns, Wakefield, aged 14, June 6. Left 
1893 Michell 

Scholar 1889. Major Exhibitioner 1893. Scholar of Exeter College, Oxford, 
1893. First Class Classical Moderations 1895. Student Interpreter, China, under 
the Foreign Office, 1898. Took part in defence of Legation, Pekin, 1900. Medal 
and Clasp. Vice Consul at Hanko from 1902. New University Club. 

Stebbing, Henry Mark, second son of William Stehbiug, Esq., 79, Glou- 
cester Terrace, Hyde Park, London, aged 14, September 10. Left 
1893* Michell 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A., Second Class Law 1897. M.A. 1899. Called to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, 1899. Of 54, Portsdown Boad, London, W. Oxford and 
Cambridge Club. 

Wood-Smith, Robert Francis, elder son of Robert Wood Smith, Esq., 
39, Wilbury Road, Brighton, aged 13, May 31. Leftl891. 3 Michell 
A Bacteriologist. Of 89, Bartholomew Close, London, B.C. 

Haslam, Bernard John, elder son of John Bailey Haslam, Esq., (O.K. 1857), 
3, Bilton Road, Rugby, aged 13, March 31. Left 1892. 3 Town 

Scholar 1888. Woolwich 1893. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers 1895. Public 
Works Department, Secunderabad, India, from 1895. 

Kelsey, Henry Thomas, second son of Henry Kelsey, Esq., Cobden Street, 
Loughborough, aged 16, March 27. Left 1891. 3 Scott Town 

Scholar 1888 Exhibitioner 1891. Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1891. 
B.A. llth Wrangler 1894. M.A. 1898. Senior Mathematical Master at Leeds 
Grammar School from 1895. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1889. 

Brewin, Julius Arthur, second son of Arthur Brewin, Esq., 19, Straw- 
berry Hill Road, Twickenham, aged 13, March 8. Left 
1891. 8 School 

A Member of the London Stock Exchange from 1896. Of 6a, Austin Friars, 
London, B.C. 

Chaplin, Alfred Ernest, fourth son of Ernest Chaplin, Esq., Brooksby 
Hall, near Leicester, aged 14, May 12. Left 1893. 2 School Town 
Farming in the United States of America. 

Christopherson, Derman, tenth son of Derman Christopherson, Esq., 
Grove House, Kidbrook, London, S.E., aged 13, March 24 Left 
1894 2 School 

XI. 1892, 1893, 1894. University College, Oxford, B.A. 1899. M.A. 1901. Ordained 
1900. Assistant Curate of St. Andrews, Battersea. Of 2, Clyston Street, 
Wandsworth Road, London, S.W. 

Newton, Harry Kottingham, only son of Alfred James Newton, Esq., 
Northwood, Chislehurst, aged 13, April 2. Left 1893. 3 School 

XV. 1892, 1893. New College, Oxford, B A. 1897, M.A. 1901. Called to the Bar, 
Lincoln's Inn, 1899. 



152 Percival, 1887-95. 



Simpson, William Reid, eldest son of William Augustus Simpson, Esq., 
Tudor House, Hendon, N.W., aged 14 Sept. 8. Left 1891. 3 School 
Studied in France and Germany. A Member of the London Stock Exchange, 
1899. Of Westthorpe, Claygate, Surrey. 

Susmann, Walter James, third son of Paul Susmann, Esq., Holstein 
House, The Polygon, Ardwick, Manchester, aged 14, Juue 10. 
Left 18P3. a School 

XV. 1892. Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1896, M.A. and M.B. 1903. M.R.C.S. 
and L.R.C P., 1900. Of Brchfont, Henley-on-Thames. 

Beit, Henry Harold, son of Mrs. Sherrard, Blarney Castle, Co. Cork, 
aged 14, April 30. Left 1890. 3 Bowden Smith 

Blake, Robert Greaves, third son of William Greaves Blake, Esq., 
Mylnhurst, Millhouses, Sheffield, aged 13, April 9. Left 
1892. 8 Bowden Smith 

In business in Sheffield. Address, as above. 

Jones, David Jones Treleath, son of J. W. Jones, Esq., The Grange, 23, 
Highbury New Park, London, N., aged 13, March 23. Left 
1890. 2 Bowden Smith 

Jones, Frank Harding, second son of Henry E. Jones, Esq., Marden Ash, 
Ongar. Essex, aged 15, September 3. Left 1890. 3 Bowden Smith 

An Engineer, as above. Raleigh Club. 

Nelson, Herbert, third son of John Nelson, Esq., Toft Hall, Knutsford, 
aged 13, September 3. Left 1893. 2 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1891, 1892. Sandhurst 1894. Gazetted to the Border Regiment, 1895. 
Captain 1903. Address, Crownhill, R.S.O., South Devon, 1904. 

Eckersley, Walter Hubert, fourth son of Charles Eckersley, Esq., Fulwell 
House, Tyldesley, aged 13, April 7. Left 1893. 2 Scott 

XI. 1893. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1896, M.A. 1902. Address, as above. 
New Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Galloway, Reginald, son of James Galloway, Esq., 66, Hamilton Terrace, 
St. John's Wood, London, aged 13, Sept. 25. Left 1891. ! Scott 

Mather, Charles Leonard, third son of Arthur Stanley Mather, Esq., (O.K. 
1857), Beechwood, Woolton, Liverpool, aged 14, January 18. 
Left 1 892. 2 Scott 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1898. Of 13, Harrington Street, Liverpool. 

Marshall, Kenneth McLean, third son of Francis Marshall, Esq., 16, 

Carlton Terrace, Edinburgh, aged 14, May 16. Left 1893. 2 Scott 

VIII. 1892, 1893. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B. 1896. Called to 

the Bar, Inner Temple, 1900. North Eastern Circuit. Of Farrar's Buildings, 

Temple, London, E.G. Union Club. 

Clifford, Alexander, son of Henry Clifford, Esq., 1, Lansdowne Place, 
Blackheath, S.E., aged 13, April 20. Left 1889. 3 Whitelaw 

Ferrand, Joshua Gerard, son of Captain Gerard Thomas Worthington 
Ferrand, Maple Croft, Henley-on-Thames, aged 14, September 4. 
Left 1890.3 Whitelaw 

Went to South Africa 1896. Served with the Mashonaland Mounted Police in the 
risings of 1896-97, and in the South African War 1900-02, with the Natal Scouts 
and Natal Carbineers. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. Joined the Govern- 
ment Service, Pretoria, Transvaal, 1903. 

Knight, Francis William, fourth son of Joseph Knight, Esq., Hartshill, 

Stoke on -Trent, aged 15. January 16. Left 1891. 3 Whitelaw 

A Mining Engineer. Lieutenant 1st V. B . North Staffordshire Regiment, and 

Hon. Lieutenant in Army. Served in the South African War 1901-02. Queen's 

Medal with three Clasps. Address, as above. 



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May all, Charles Gosset, second son of Mrs. Mayall, and the late George 
Mayall, Esq., Clairville, Birkdale, Southport, aged 15, January 7. 
Leffcl890. a Mofice 

Gazetted to Royal Artillery 1899. R.H.A. 1901. Of Burnford, Bramshaw, near 
Lyndhurst, Hants. 

Salt, Alexander Edward Wrottesley, eldest son of Rev. Edward Salt, 
Standon Rectory, Eccleshall, Staffs., aged 14, June 9. Left 
1892. 8 Morice 

Balliol College, Oxford, 1892. B.A. 1897. Ordained 1898. Assistant Curate of 
Christ Church, West Bromwich, 1898-1903. 

Hargrove. Reginald, filth son of James Sydney Hargrove, Esq., 25, Lancaster 
Gate, London, aged 14, November 8. Left 1891. 3 Donkin 

Readhead, Roberb, only son of Robert Readhead, Esq., 28, Sea View, 
South Shields, aged 16, December 8. Lefb 1890. 3 Donkin 

VIII. 1889, 1890. New College, Oxford, B.A., Second Class History 1902. In 
Shipbuilding business. Of South Garth, South Shields. 

Steenstrand, George, son of William Steenstrand, Esq., Parkside, 
Liverpool, aged 15, May 19. Lefb 1890. 2 Donkin 

Walker, Gerard Philbrick, third son of Frederick Walker, Esq., Carl ton 
House, Halifax, aged 14, April 30. Lefb 1891. 3 Donkin 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1896. Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 1898. 
North Eastern Circuit. Of 1, Cloisters, Temple, London, E.G. 

Walker, Charles Selbourne, fourth son of the above Frederick Walker, 
Esq., aged 13, May 25. Left 1892. 1 Donkin 

Concannon, Edmund George, son of J. B. Concanuon, Esq., Albert 
Gate Mansions, Hyde Park, London, aged 13, June 24. Left 
1889. 2 Michell 

On the London Stock Exchange. 

Dorman, Arthur Charles, eldest son of Arthur John Dorman, Esq., Rush- 
ball Hall, Saltburn - by - the - Sea, aged 14, April 21. Left 
1892. 1 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1895. M.A. 1903. In the Iron and Steel trade 
from 1895. Of Grey Towers, Nunthorpe, R S.O., Yorkshire. 

Needhain, James Ernest, fourth son of Edward Moor Needham, Esq., 
The Cedars, Belper, aged 13, April 30. Lefb 1891. 3 Michell 

VIII. 1891. In business at Calcutta. Of 13, Store Road, Ballygunge. 

Newman, Walter Pecke, second son of John Campin Newman, Esq., 

Moss Hall, Nether Street, North Finchley, Middlesex, aged 14, 

February 28. Left 1892. 2 'Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B., Second Class Law Tripos 1895. 

Admitted a Solicitor 1899. Died February, 1901. 

Denton, William, younger son of Mrs. Denton and the late John Denton, 
25, Bilton Road, Rugby, aged 13, March 9. Left 1892. 3 Town 
A Mining Engineer and Surveyor. Fellow of the Surveyors' Institute 1903. Of 
Raisen Hall, Sheffield. 

Pridmore, Charles, third son of Mr. John Pridmore, Clifton Road, Rugby, 
aged 13, May 12. Left 1894. 2 Town 

Minor Exhibitioner 1894. Scholar of Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1897. 
M.A. 1901. Assistant Master at Trent College, 1897-99, and at Rochester 1899- 
1903. Of 19, Warwick Street, Rugby. 

Smith, Edgar Capper Lehman, fourth son of Mr. George Smith, of Coal- 
ville, Rugby, aged 14, January 18. Left 1893. 3 Town 

Assistant Master at the South African College School, Cape Town. 
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154 Percival, 1887-95. 



WratislaWi Marc Eugene Townsend, second son of Theodore Marc 
Wratislaw, Esq., (O.K. 1839), Rugby, aged 13, January 28. Left 
1892. 3 Town 

Admitted a Solicitor 1899. Practising at Rugby. 

Elderton, Arthur, son of Major General Arthur Elderton, aged 13, 
February 6. Left 1889. 8 Collins 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1889. 

Betterton, Arthur Herbert, second son of Henry Inman Betterton, Esq., 
Thorndale House, Woodville, Burton-on-Trent, aged 14, September 
22. Left 1890 * School 

Managing Director of Brunt, Bucknall & Co., Burton. Of Overseale, Ashby-de- 
la-Zouch. 

Hill, Hugh, son of J. E. Hill, Esq., 6, Oxford Square, London, W.,aged 13, 
May 16. Left 1890. 3 School 

Gazetted to the Royal Welsh Fusiliers 1895. Served in the South African War 
1899-1900. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. 

Nicholson, Sydney Hugo, third son of Sir Charles Nicholson, Bart., The 
Grange, Totteridge, Herts, aged 14, February 9. Left 1893. 8 School 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1897. M.A. 1898. Mus. Bac. 1902. Organist of the 
Lower Chapel, Eton College, from 1903. 

Farie, Robert Gladstone Sydney Cotton, elder sou of Robert Farie, Esq., 
Crossbasket House, High Blautyre, Co. Lanark, aged 14, June 1. 
Left 1892.* Bowden Smith 

Died at the Colonial Agricultural College, Hollerton Bay, 15th September, 1893. 

Onslow, George Macleay Macarthur, third son of Mrs. Onslow and 
the late Captain Arthur Alexander Walton Onslow, R.N., 
Camden Park, New South Wales, aged 14, May 2. Left 
1893. 3 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1892, 1893. Of Camden Park, as above. Australian Club, Sydney. 

Pearson, Edward Ernest, second son of George Pearson, Esq., Manningham, 
Bradford, aged 14, May 10. Left 1892. s Bowden Smith 

A Contractor. J.P. for Hertfordshire. Of Brickendonbury, Hertford. 
Reform Club. 

Persse, Cecil de Burgh, fourth son of Henry Sadleir Persse, Esq., 
Glenardy, Galway, aged 13, July 17. Left 1890. 3 Bowden Smith 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1898. 

Slater, Sam, youngest son of William Slater, Esq., Holmses, Sharpies, 
Bolton, Lancashire, aged 14, July 28. Left 1892. 2 Bowden Smith 

XI. 1890, 1891, 1892. In business. Address, as above. 

Smith, John Walker, eldest son of Alexander Smith, Esq., 6, Albemarle 
Terrace, Anlaby Road, Hull, aged 14, March 15. Left 
1892. 8 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1892. 

Dykes, Douglas Edward Pellew, only son of Edward Pellew Dykes, Esq., 
Eddlehurst, Hamilton, N.B., aged 13, May 5. Left 1891. 2 Scott 
VIII. 1891. Admitted a Solicitor, 1901. Of 115, Hanover Street, Edinburgh. 

Macdonald, Arthur Gabell, second son of Lieut.-General Robert Mackenzie 
Macdonald. 80, Oxford Gardens, North Kensington, aged 14, 
December 6. Left 1892. 2 Scott 

Gazetted to Royal Berkshire Regiment, 1893. Served in the South African War. 
1900-02, on Staff. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. 



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Wingate-Saul, William Wingate, second son of Dr. William Win gate- Saul, 
Fenton Cawthorne House, Lancaster, aged 14, August 24. 
Left 1892. 2 Scott 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1895, M.A 1899. M.B. 1902. M.R.C,S. and 
L.R.C.P. 1902. Travelling in Central Africa, 1903-4. Home address, as above. 

Fletcher, Henry Rivers, eldest son of Benjamin Edgingfcon Fletcher, Esq., 
Marlingford Hall, Norwich, aged 13, Dec. 19. Leftl893. 3 Whitelaw 
In business. Captain, 4th V. B. Norfolk Regiment. Of Christchurch Road, 
Norwich. 

Lee, Percy, second son of Arthur Lee, Esq., (o.it. 1859), Westfield House, 
Lewes, aged 14, December 20. Left 1893. 2 Whitelaw 

XI. 1892, 1893. Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1898, M.A. 1900. A Clerk in the Land 
Registry Office from 1901. Home address, as above. Union Club. 

Taylor, Arthur Enfield, third son of Henry Enfield Taylor, Esq., Aston 
Hall, Hawarden, Chester, aged 13, Aug. 4. Left 1893. 3 Whitelaw 
XV. 1893. A Mining Engineer. Of Littleholm, St. Albans, Herts. 

Charles, Michael Thomas, younger son of John Smith Charles, Esq., 
Pelsall Hall, Walsall, aged 14, Dec. 20. Left 1892. 2 Morice 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class Natural Science Tripos, 1898. A 
Land Agent and Associate, Surveyors' Institute, 1901. Address, as above. 

Eccles, Thomas, eldest son of Joseph Eccles, Esq., Myerscough House, 
near Garstang, aged 14, November 2. Left 1892. 2 Morice 

VIII. 1890, 1891, 1892. Address, as above. 

Hughes, John, eldest son of John William Hughes, Esq., Wavertree, 
Liverpool, aged 14, October 8. Left 1891. 3 Morice 

In business. Address, Aigburth Hall Road, Liverpool. 

James, Philip Henry, fifth son of Rev. Alfred James, (o.u. 1848), Burwarton 
Rectory, Bridgnorth, aged 13, August 2. Left 1889. 2 Morice 

Wilson, Leonard Holt, fourth son of George Holt Wilson, Esq., Redgrave 
Hall. Diss, Norfolk, aged 14, January 11. Left 1893. 1 Morice 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A 1896. Ordained 1899. Of Hillside, Binfield, Berks. 

Adams, Percy Walter Lewis, fourth son of William Adams, Esq., (O.K. 1849), 
The Oaks, Woolstanton, Staffs., aged 14, January 24. Left 

189 1. 1 Donkin 

A Colliery and Pottery Proprietor. Of Moreton House, Woolstanton, Staffs. 

Jones, Stanley, younger son of John Alfred Jones, Esq., Woodlands, 
Sutton Coldfield, aged 14, April 7. Left 1892. 1 Donkin 

Musgrave, Charles Fletcher, elder son of James Musgrave, Esq., Knowsley 
Grange, Heaton, Bolton, Lancashire, aged 15, January 5. Left 

1892. 2 Donkin 

Address, as above. Auxiliary Forces Club. 

Nevile, George, eldest son of George Nevile, Esq., Gateforth, near Selby, 
aged 14, October 25. Left 1892. 2 Donkin 

In a Bank. Died in South America March, 1896. 

Tonks, Percy, younger son of William Henry Tonks, Esq., The Rookery, 
Sutton Coldfield, aged 14, December 31. Left 1892. 2 Donkin 

Whitaker, Frederick, second son of Joseph Whitaker, Esq., Craven Lodge, 
Halifax, aged 14. December 13. Left 1892. 3 Donkin 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1896. 

Wood, William Miller Sewell, son of Mrs. Huddlestone Wood, Haigborough 
House, near Maryport, Cumberland, aged 15, November 17. Left 

1889. 3 Donkin 



156 Percival, 1887-95. 

Benson, Percy George, son of Mrs. Benson, care of National Bank, Leaden- 
hall Street, London, aged 16, September 14. Left 1890. 3 Collins 

Cook, James Falshaw, second son of Joseph Cook, Esq., North Biddick 
Hall, Washington, R.S.O., Durham, aged 14, February 4. Left 
1890. 1 Collins 

A Mechanical Engineer. Of Picktree Hall, Chester-le-Street, Co. Durham. 

Hoskyns, Henry Charles Walter, only son of Rev. Charles Henry William 
Hoskyns, (O.K. 1846), Holy well Rectory, St. Ives, Hunts, aged 13, 
June 28. Left 1891. 3 Collins 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1896. Gazetted to the Lincolnshire Regiment 
1898. Served in the South African War 1900. Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, Karee 
Siding, Vet River and Zand River. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. Royal 
Humane Society's Bronze Medal. Of 16, Manor Road, Folkestone. Junior 
Naval and Military Club. 

McCleau, David, elder son of Robert Allan McClean, Esq., 59 Cromwell 
Road, West Brighton, aged 15, December 19. Leftl891. 3 Collins 
XV. 1891. Of 46, Cromwell Road, Hove. Royal Societies Club. 

Shuter, Charles Henry, son of William Shuter, Esq., 22, Belsize Grove, 
London, N.W., aged 13, August 22. Left 1890- 1 Collins 

Jesus College, Cambridge, 1893. 

Craig, Clive, younger son of James Craig, Esq., M.P., Tynemouth, 
Northumberland, aged 14, January 1. Left 1892. 3 Michell 

In business from 1893. Of 11, Pryor's Terrace, Tynemouth. 

Hoysted, Desmond Murree Fitzgerald, third son of Deputy Surgeon 
General Thomas Norton Hoysted, Peshawar, aged 14, August 7. 
Left 1892. 1 Michell 

Gazetted to the Royal Engineers 1894. Served in the South African War 1899- 
1902, including actions at Poplar Grove, Colesberg, and others. Queen's Medal 
with three Clasps. 

Smith, Leonard Eaton, younger son of Elisha Smith, Esq., 27, Alexandra 
Drive, Liverpool, aged 14, September 17. Left 1893. 2 Michell 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. Second Class History 1897. M.A. 1699. Called to 
the Bar, Middle Temple, 1899. Of 60, Grosvenor Street, London, W. Union Club. 

Stilwell, Henry Francis, only son of Henry Stilwell, Esq., (o.u. 1849), 
flillingdon, near Uxbridge, Middlesex, aged 14, November 9. 
Left 1890. 3 Michell 

L.R.C.P. and L.R.C.S., Edinburgh. Of Barnwood House, Gloucester. 

Elkington, Charles John, second son of Mr. Charles John Elkington, 
(O.K. 1858), 3, Lawrence Sheriffe Street, Rugby, aged 14, November 
11. Lel'tl892. 1 Town 

A Pharmaceutical Chemist at Umtali, Rhodesia. Box 57, Umtali, Rhodesia, 
South Africa. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1889. 

Bannatyne, Robert Reid, second son of Mark Bannatyne, Esq., 15, Windsor 
Terrace West, Glasgow, aged 13, November 29. Left 1894. 2 School 

Scholar 1889. XV. 1893. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1894. Scholar of New 
College, Oxford, 1894. First Class Classical Moderations 1896. B.A. First Class 
Final Classical School 1898. In the Home Civil Service. 

Chalmers, Arthur George de Montmorency, son of Patrick Chalmers, Esq., 
Aldbar Castle, Brechin, N.B., aged 14, September 1. Left same 
Term. School 

Danson, Arthur Llewellyn, eldest son of Rev. James Myers Dauson, 
Ingleboro' House, Aberdeen, aged 14, May 18. Left 1894. 2 School 
Scholar 1889. Crick 1893. Head of the School. Major Exhibitioner 1894. 



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Davie, Bertie George, second son of George Christopher Davie, Esq., 
Bishop Tawton, Barnstaple, aged 14, Nov. 16. Left 1891. 3 School 

Of 24, Eccleston Square, London, S.W. 

Hammond, Henry Francis, eldest son of Henry Halbury Hammond, Esq., 
Aigburth Drive, Sefton Park, Liverpool, aged 13, December 9. 
Left 1894. 3 School 

In business in South America. Graham, Rowe, and Co., Lima. 

Marshall, Francis James, only son of Mrs. Riddell Webster, and the late 
James Marshall, Esq., Duncrievie, Milnathort, N.B., aged 13, 
August 20. Left 1893. 3 School 

VIII. 1893. Gazetted to the Seaforth Highlanders, 1895. Captain 1901. Served 
in the Nile Expedition, 1898. Battles of the Atbara, and Khartoum. 

Nicholls, William Henry, fourth son of Henry Nicholls, Esq., 66, Wood- 
stock Road, Oxford, aged 14, July 5. Left 1894 s School 
Scholar 1889. Scholar of Hertford College, Oxford, 1894. An Architect. Of 19, 
Old Queen Street, Westminster, and Wellington House, Mill Road, Deal. 

Oppenheim, Ernest Ferdinand, second son of Siegmuud Oppenheirn, Esq., 
York House, Oxford Road, Manchester, aged 14, July 3. Left 
1894. 2 School 

Scholar 1889. XV. 1893. Exhibitioner of Balliol College, Oxford, 1894, B.A. 1897. 
Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1899. Passed Indian Civil Service, 1898. India 
1899. Assistant Magistrate and Collector, N.-W. Provinces, and Oudh. 

Waller, Maurice Lyndham, only son of Samuel Edmund Waller, Esq., 
58, Circus Road, St. John's Wood, London, aged 14, January 16. 
Left 1893. 2 School 

Scholar 1889. Major Exhibitioner, 1893. Scholar of Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford, 1893, First Class Classical Moderations, 1895, B.A., First Class Final 
Classics, 1897. Ninth in Civil Service Examination, 1897. In the Home Office. 
Of 58, Circus Road, London, N.W. 

Watson, Douglas Percival, second son of the Rev. Henry Charles Watson, 
Clifton College, Bristol, aged 13, October 22. Left 1893. 2 School 

VIII. 1892, 1893. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1896, M.A. and M.B. 1899. 
Royal Army Medical Corps, 1903. Home address, Gainsford Vicarage, Darlington. 

Wilson, Archibald Edward, fourth son of Arthur Wilson. Esq., afterwards 
K.G.I.E., Bengal Civil Service, aged 14, August 1. Left 

1894. 2 School 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1893. Assistant Master at Merchiston Castle School, 
Edinburgh. 

Blackwell, Thomas Charles, third son of Samuel John Black wall, Esq., 
Brookshill, Harrow Weald, Stanmore, aged 14, October 30. Left 

1891. 3 Bowden Smith 
Address, as above. 

Blackwell) Walter Reginald, sixth son of Thomas Francis Blackwell, Esq., 
The Cedars, Harrow Weald, Stanmore, aged 14, December 25. 
Left 1890. 3 Bowden Smith 

Address, as above. 

Carslake, Hugh Barham, only son of John Barham Carslake, Esq., 
(O.K. 1860), 30, Westfield Road, Edgbaston, aged 14, February 17. 
Left 1893. 2 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1891, 1892. VIII. 1892, 1893. University College, Oxford, B.A. 1896. 
Admitted a Solicitor 1899. Of 7, Cannon Street, Birmingham. 

Gibbs, Charles Frederic, younger son of the late Charles Gibbs, and ward 
of Frederick Marton, Esq., Dunscar, Bolton, aged 15, June 9. 
Left 1892. 2 Bowden Smith 

In business. Address, Ascott, Shipston-on-Stour, Oxon. 



158 Percival, 1887-95. 



Hamley, Walter Raleigh Thornhill, son of the late Walter Raleigh Hamley, 
and ward of Rev. Kenriok Prescot,Lapworth Rectory, Birmingham, 
aged 14, October 27. Left 1890. 2 Bowden Smith 

Keble College, Oxford, 1893-96. Joined the Rhodesian Horse 1896. Died of 
Enteric fever at Gwelo 16th April, 1897. 

Humphry, Lawrence, seventh son of Frederick A. Humphry, Esq., 
25, Marine Parade, Brighton, aged 14, August 30. Left 
1893. 1 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1892. Gazetted to Royal Army Medical Corps 1899. Captain 1902. Served 
in the South African War 1901-02. King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Jones, Stanley Hunter, third son of Henry Edward Jones, Esq., Marden 
Ash, Ongar, Essex, aged 14, Jan. 24 Left 1893. 3 Bowden Smith 

An Engineer. Chief Engineer to Commercial Gas Co., of London, from 1903. 
Address, as above. Sports Club. 

Miller, Charles Hewitt, younger son of Charles James Miller, Esq., 

Heathfield, Lancaster Road, Eccles, Manchester, aged 14, May 17. 

Left 1894. 1 Bowden Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1897. M.A. and M.B. 1901. M.R.C.S. and 

L.R.C.P. 1901. Of Oughtrington House, Lymm, Cheshire. 

Nicholson, Wilfrid Ernest, son of J. C. Nicholson, Esq., Ashfield, Head- 
ingley, Leeds, aged 13, October 31. Left 1890. 2 Bowden Smith 

Hill, James Leslie, only son of Henry William Joseph Hill, Esq., Chim- 
paran, Bengal, aged 14, June 11. Left 1893. 8 Scott 

Assistant Manager, Turcouleah Indigo Concern, Burhurwar, Chimparan, Behar, 
India. 

McMulleu, Norman, seventh son of Alexander Peter McMullen, Esq., 
Hertford Castle, Hertford, aged 15, December 18. Left 1892. 2 Scott 

Served with the Imperial Yeomanry in the South African War 1900. Managing 
Director of McMullen & Co., Hertford. Of St. Leonards Place, Bengeo, Hertford. 

Wilson- Johnston, Joseph, elder son of Surgeon Major John Wilson- 
Johnston, 43, Shrewsbury Road, Birkenhead, aged 13, June 12. 
Left 1893. 3 Scott 

XV. 1893. Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1897. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 
1899. Passed Indian Civil Service 1898. India 1899. Assistant Commissioner, 
Punjab. 

Allen, Alfred Lynn, fourth son of Bulkeley Allen, Esq., (O.K. 1853), West 
Lynn, Altrincham, aged 14, August 30. Left 1894. 2 Whitelaw 

XI. 1893, 1894. Magdalen College, Oxford, 1895. Gazetted to the Suffolk 
Regiment 1897. Captain, Army Pay Department, 1902. Served in the South 
African War 1899-1901. Slightly wounded. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. 
Colchester 1904. Grosvenor Club. 

Ashworth, Annine Pipon, son of Caldwell Ash worth, Esq., 10, Eaton 
Gardens, Brighton, aged 14, October 30. Left 1890. 8 Whitelaw 

Blathwayt, Charles Hugh, second son of Charles George Blathwayt, Esq., 
Bombay Civil Service, aged 13, June 22. Left 1895. 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1889. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1895. Scholar of Corpus Christi 
College, Oxford, 1894 First Class Classical Moderations 1897, B.A. Second Class 
Final Classics 1899. Passed into Indian Civil Service 1899. India 1900. Assistant 
Collector and Magistrate, Bombay. 

Bonnerjee, Kalikrishna Wood, second son of Womesh Chunder Bonnerjee, 
Esq., Kidderpore House, Bedford Park, Croydon, aged 14, 
December 4. Left 1893. 3 Whitelaw 

Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 1899. Practising at Calcutta. 



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Macdonald, Charles Reginald, only son of Charles Macalister Macdonald, 
Esq., Kincouth, Forres, N.B., aged 14, October 16. Left 

1893. 2 Whitelaw 

Newstead, George Pope, only son of James Newstead, Esq., 9, York Place, 
Clifton, Bristol, aged 14, September 23. Left 1894. 2 Whitelaw 

XV 1893. XI. 1894. Gazetted to the Suffolk Regiment 1897. Served in the 
South African War 1899-1902. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. King's Medal 
with two Clasps. 

Noakes, Stuart Bertram, fourth son of Wickham Noakes, Esq., Fairfield, 
Beckenham, Kent, aged 13, October 3. Left 1893. 1 Whitelaw 

On the London Stock Exchange. Of Selsdon Park, Croydon. 

Wrigley. Francis Carr, sixth son of James Albert Wrigley, Esq., Netherton, 
near Huddersfield, aged 13, May 10. Left 1894. 1 Whitelaw 

XV. 1893. An Architect. Of Bedford Park, Chiswick. 

Clarke, Charles Wentworth, fifth son of Thomas Wilson Clarke, Esq., 
Southfield, Hessle, aged 13, November 19. Left 1893 . 2 Morice 

Articled to a Civil Engineer 1899. Address, as above. 

Courage, Anthony, fourth son of Henry Courage, Esq., The Bed House, 
Leabherhead, aged 13, October 22. Left' 1892. 3 Morice 

Gazetted to the 15th Hussars 1896. Captain 1903. 

Fox, Edmund John, only son of John Henry Fox, Esq., Governor of 
Schavli Groozdie, Kovno, Russia, aged 15, April 21. Left 

1892. 3 Morice 

Associate Member, Institutions of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. With 
Willans & Robinson, Rugby, 1904. Whitehall Club. 

Ward, Harold Rogers, only son of John Edward Ward, Esq., Cefn Coed, 
near Newport, Monmouthshire, aged 14, June 6. Left 1894 2 Morice 

Scholar 1889. Crick 1892. Major Exhibitioner 1894. Scholar of New College, 
Oxford, 1894, First Class Classical Moderations, 1896, B.A., Second Class Final 
Classics, 1898. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1900. Served in the South 
African War, January to 31st May, 1902, in the Worcestershire Militia. Hon. 
Captain in the Army. Of 3, Pump Court, Temple, London, E.G. 

Beard, Robert Stanley Sampey, son of R. J. Beard, Esq., The Bank, 
Newark, aged 13, October 3. Left 1889. 3 Donkin 

Ellis, Bernard Pemberton, fourth son of Alexander Adcock Ellis, Esq., 
Wychall, King's Norton, Birmingham, aged 14, August 15. 
Left 1892. 2 Donkin 

A Mechanical Engineer. Address, as above. 

Forshaw, John Horrocks, elder son of John Forshaw, Esq., Hurst Grange, 
Preston, Lancashire, aged 14, February 8. Left 1892. 2 Donkin 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1897. Gazetted to West India Regiment, 1900. 
Home as above. Union Club. 

Guun, Arthur Hill, second son of John Gunn, Esq., Llandaff House, 
Llandaff, aged 14, December 31. Left 1892. 3 Donkin 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B .A. 1896. 

Harrison, Cecil, third son of Arthur Harrison, Esq., Cottingham, aged 13, 
February 5. Left 189 1. 1 Donkin 

Manager, Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, Hull Branch, 1899. 
Of Brough, East Yorkshire. 

Kislingbury, William Charles, second son of Arlhur Kislingbury, Esq., 
Parkside, Hendon Lane, Finchley, aged 15, May 15. Left 
1893.2 Donkin 

Scholar 1889. Minor Exhibitioner 1893. XI. 1892. Scholar of Queen's College, 
Oxford, 1893, B.A. 1897. Assistant Master, Bancroft's School, Woodford Green, 
from 1899. Of 7, Hendon Lane, Finchley. 



160 Percival, 1887-95. 



Pirie, George Lawrence, second son of Alexander George Pirie, Esq., (O.K. 
1850), 26, Queen's Gate, London, S.W., aged 13, February 2. 
Left 1894. 1 Donkin 

University College, Oxford, 1894. Director of Piries, Aberdeen. 

Thompson, Gerald Monteath, third son of Fendall Thompson, Esq., OfEham 
House, Lewes, Sussex, aged 14, August 11. Left 1892. 3 Donkin 

XI. 1891. New College, Oxford, 1893, B.A. 1897, M.A. 1900. Ordained 1898. 
Assistant Curate of St. Mark's, Swindon, from 1902. Of St. Martin's, Goddard 
Avenue, Swindon. 

Bolckow, Charles Frederick Henry, second son of Oharles Ferdinand 

Henry Bolckow, Esq., Marbon Hall, Middlesborough, aged 14, 

December 2. Left 1891. 2 Collins 

An Iron and Steel Merchant, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Of Stanhope Road, Darlington. 

Cobb, Francis Cecil, eldest son of Francis Marsden Oobb, Esq., Bank House, 
Margate, aged 14, February 25. Left 1894. 3 Collins 

A Brewer at Margate, from 1893. Address, as above. 

Cowan, Percy John, third son of Thomas William Cowan, Esq., Comptons 
Lea, Horsham, aged 13, April 11. Left 1892. 3 Collins 

George, Alfred Otway, eldest son of William Edwards George, Esq., 
Downside, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, aged 13, November 30. Left 
1893. 2 Collins 

Merton College, Oxford, 1894. 

Hankey, Clement Theodore Alers, second son of Robert Alers Hankey, 
Esq., (O.K. 1853), 27, Eaton Place, Brighton, aged 14, September 
15. Left 1894. a Collins 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1893. Home address, 1, Chesham Place, Brighton. 
United University Club. 

Lewis, Henry, son of S. Lewis, Esq., 3, Fitz Johns Avenue, Hampstead, 
aged 14, March 25. Left 1891.* Collins 

Marks, Seaborn Edward, eldest son of David Marks, Esq., 4, Cornwall 
Mansions, South Kensington, aged 15, April 9. Left 1893. 2 Collins 

XV. 1892. A Mining Engineer, and Associate of the Royal School of Mines, 
South Kensington. At Sydney, New South Wales, 1904. 

Marks, Gerald Nathan, second son of the above D. Marks, Esq., aged 14, 
July 11. Left 1893. 3 Collins 

A Mining Engineer. At Sydney, New South Wales, 1904. 

Moule, Hugh Elliot, second son of Horace D'Oyley Moule, Esq., Bengal 
Civil Service, aged 13, November 5. Left 1890. 1 Collins 

Sandhurst 1894. Gazetted to North Staffordshire Regiment 1896. Indian Army 
1900. At Bakloh, Punjab, 1904. 

Newton, George Edgar, elder son of George Barnes Newton, Esq., 
52, Toxteth Road, Liverpool, aged 14, June 19. Left 1891. 3 Collins 

Paul, Stanley Evan, fourth son of William Paul, Esq., Waltham House, 
Waltham Cross, aged 13, February 16. Left 1892. 3 Collins 

Pugh, Herbert Owain, fourth son of Lewis Pugh Pugh, Esq., Abermard, 
Aberystwyth, aged 15, July 9. Left 189 1. 2 Collins 

A Merchant in India 1891-1900. Served in the South African War, in Lumsden's 
Horse, 1900. D.S.O. Address, Harrissmith, South Africa. 

Rickey, James Alexander, eldest son of James Bellett Richey, Esq., C.S.I., 
afterwards K.C.I.E., aged 15, March 8. Left 1893. 2 Collins 

Balliol College, Oxford, 1893. A Schoolmaster. 



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Slater, Arthur Edward, only son of John Samuel Slater, Esq., Professor 
of English, Seebpore College, Calcutta, aged 14, June 11. Left 
1893. 2 Collins 

XI. 1892, 1893. Articled to a Solicitor. Died*at Calcutta 1897. 

Ashton, Thomas Wingrave, eldest son of Edward Ashton, Esq., Northcotes, 
Hatfield, aged 14, December 16. Left 1892. 2 Michell 

An Estate Agent. Of Bandon, Co. Cork, Ireland. 

Gowers, William Frederick, eldest son of Dr. William Richard Gowers, 
afterwards Knight, 50, Queen Anne Street, London, W., aged 13, 
December 31. Left 1895. 2 Michell 

XI. 1893, 1894, 1895. Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., First Class 
Classical Tripos, Part 1., 1898. In Civil Service of British South Africa Co. in 
Rhodesia, 1898-1902. Resident, Tola, Northern Nigeria. Bath Club. 

Macpherson, William Eobert, son of John Macpherson, Esq., Glenavon, 
Clifton Down, Bristol, aged 14, September~13. Left 1891. 2 Michell 

Penton, Edward, only son of Edward Penton, Esq., 70, Gower Street, 
London, W.C., aged 14, June 18. Left 1894. 2 Michell 

XV. 1893. New College, Oxford, B.A., Third Class History, '1897. In business 
from 1897. Of 53, Harley House, Regents Park, London, N.W. Garrick Club. 

Poulsom, Robert Douglas, fifth son of William Poulsom, Esq., Atworth 
House, Bootle, aged 14, September 11. Left 1893. 3 Michell 

An Estate Agent. Of 10, St. Catherine's Road, Bootle, Liverpool. 

Steel, Arthur Herbert Drummond, younger son of Lieut. -Colonel Edward 
Harris Steel, Royal Bengal Artillery, Bengal Staff Corps, aged 13, 
July 5. Left 1895. 2 Michell 

Scholar 1889. Head of the School. Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1895. 
Racquets 1894. Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford, 1895, First Class Classical 
Moderations, 1897, B.A., First Class Final Classics, and Eldon Scholar, 1899, First 
Class Law, and Fellow of All Souls, 1900. Private Secretary to the Chancellor of 
the Exchequer, 1902, and from 1903. Assumed the name of RAMSAY STEEL- 
MAITLAND, 1901. Of Sauchieburn, Stirling, N.B.. and 72, Cadogan Square, 
London, S.W. 

Tanqueray, Charles Henry Drought, only son of Charles Waugh Tanqueray, 
Esq., (O.K. 1864), Sandridge Bury, St. Albans, aged 14, August 19. 
Left 1892. 3 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1894. Address, 109, Ashley Gardens, London, S.W. 
Conservative Club. 

Lyons, John Ross Cormack, only son of Richard Thomas Lyons, Esq , 
M.D., The Limes, Rugby, aged 13, A pi. 5. Left 1894. 2 Town-Stallard 

Science Exhibitioner, 1894. Pembroke College, Cambridge, B.A., Third Class 
Natural Science Tripos, 1899. Called to the Bar, 1900. South Eastern Circuit. 
Of 2, Pump Court, Temple, London, E.G. 

Moorsom, Constant! ne Warren Maude, eldest son of Warren Maude 
Moorsom, Esq., 18, Warwick Street, Rugby, aged 15, December 29. 
Left 1892. 3 Town 

XV. 1892. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1896. Also took a degree at Paris. 
Assistant Master at Radley, 1902-04, and at the Royal Naval College, Osborne, 
from 1904. 

Moorsom, Charles John Eustace, second son of the above W. M. Moorsom, 
Esq., aged 14, June 20. Left 1892.3 Town 

Served in the Matabeleland Mounted Police in the Matabele War, 1896. Served 
in the South African War, 1899-1900, in Baden Powell's Protectorate Regiment. 
Railway Surveying in South Africa, 1901-03. Of 25, Lulworth Road, Birkdale, 
Southport. 
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162 Percival, 1887-95. 



ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1890. 

Boyd, Francis Walter, fifth son of James Boyd, Esq., 4, Moray Place, 
Edinburgh, aged 1^-, April 20. Left 1893. 5 School 

XV. 1892. Keble College, Oxford, B.A. 1900. Ordained 1900. Assistant Curate 
of All Saints, Clifton, Bristol. 1904. Of 7, Duchess Road, Clifton. 

Grover, Percival Charles, third son of Lieut.-Coloriel George Edward 
Grover, R.E., 34, The Waldrons, Croydon, aged 14, March 16. 
Left 1893. 2 School 

Gazetted to the King's Shropshire Light Infantry, 1895. Served with the 
Malakand Field Force, and afterwards with Buner Field Force, 1897-98. Served 
in the South African War, from 1899. Died of wounds received in the action 
at Bloemfontein Waterworks, 30 March, 1900. 

Hargreaves, Oliver Brandwood, elder son of the late Thomas Hargreaves, 
and ward of Arthur J. Robinson, Esq., Olitheroe Castle, Clitheroe, 
aged 13, February 28. Left 1895. a School 

Gazetted to the Bast Lancashire Regiment, 1900. Served in the South African 
War, 1899-1902. Queen's Medal with three Claps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Ross, Henry Duncan, eldest son of Henry Thomas Ross, Esq., I.C.S., 
Madura, Madras Presidency, aged 13, April 16. Left 1895.' School 
XV. 1894. Queen's College, Oxford, Third Class Classical Moderations 1897. A 
Master at a Preparatory School. 

Ward, Alfred Marcus, only son of William Hardcastle Ward, Esq., 
Combe Mavis, Chislehurst, aged 14, July 4. Leftl894. 1 School 

VIII. 1892, 1893. A Mechanical Engineer. Certificate, Finsbury Technical 
College, 1894-96. Of 34, Craven Street, Charing Cross, London, W.C. 

Wells, Charles Ernest, eldest son of Charles Wells, Esq., Newnham House, 
Bedford, aged 14, April 19. Left 1892. 3 Bowden Smith 

XV. 1891, 1892. Address, as above. 

Baker, Sidney Edgar, sixth son of Thomas Baker, Esq.. Wallcroft, Durdham 
Down, Bristol, aged 14, February 24. Left 1894. 2 Scott 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1898. Admitted a Solicitor 1901. Of 16, Great George 
Street, Westminster, London, S.W. 

Q-arrett, Alfred Stead, second son of Frank Garrett, Esq., (O.E. 1860), 

Aldringham House, Saxmundham, aged 14, February 28. Left 

1891.* Scott 

University College, London, 1892-94. An Engineer, Leiston, Suffolk, from 1894- 

Gray-Buchanan, Thomas Farie, eldest son of Lieut.-Colonel James Ross 
Gray- Buchanan, Eastfield House, Cambuslang, N.B., aged 14, 
July 29. Left 1894. 2 Scott 

Sandhurst 1894. On a Sheep-run in Queensland. Died from an accident at 

Eastfield, Muttaburra, Queensland, 27th April, 1895. 

Farran, Frederick St. Clair, eldest son of Charles Frederick Farran, Esq., 
Stags End, Gaddesden Row, Hemel Hempstead, aged 13, March 5. 
Left 1895. 2 Whitelaw 

XV. 1893, 1894. R.I.E. College, Cooper's Hill, 1896. Public Works Department, 
Bombay, 1898. Assistant Engineer, Third Grade. Invalided home December, 
1900. Of Ombersley, Cheltenham. 

Draper, Bernard Montagu, elder son of Henry Montagu Draper, Esq., 
(O.K. 1858), Locker's Park, Hemel Hempstead, aged 14, April 9. 
Left 1894. 8 Whitelaw 

Scholar of University College, Oxford, 1894. B. A., Second Class Final Classics 
1898. Appointed Clerk, Higher Division, War Office, 1899. New University Club. 

Barbour, Thomas, third son of James Dunlop Barbour, Esq., Ardville, 
Holywood. Co. Down, Ireland, aged 12, Aug. 15. Left 1895. 1 Morice 

A Mechanical Engineer. Falls Foundry, Belfast. 



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Clark, Charles Edward, younger son of John Percy Clark, Esq., North 
Ferriby, East Yorkshire, aged 14, April 21. Left, 1892. 3 Morice 

Ferrar, Michael Lloyd, only son of Michael Lloyd Ferrar, Esq., Bengal 
Civil Service, aged 13, April 16. Left 1894. 2 Morice 

Sandhurst 1894. Gazetted to Indian Army 1896. Served on the N.W. Frontier 
1897-98, on the Samana and in the Kurrum Valley. Medal with two Clasps. In 
the Tirah Expedition 1897-98. Clasp. Punjab Commission 1901. At Dera 
Ghazi, Khan Punjab, 1904. 

Fraser, Wallace, fifth son of William Fraser, Esq., Oriel Row, Bootle, 
aged 14, November 30. Left 1893. 2 Morice 

Admitted a Solicitor 1899. Of 48, Balliol Koad, Bootle, Liverpool. 

Sykes, Walter, fourth son of Benjamin Sykes, Esq., 3, West Cliff, Preston, 
aged 14, June 2. Left 189 1. 1 Morice 

Owen's College, Manchester, and Edinburgh University. L.E.C.P. and L.R C S. 
1901. Resident Surgical Officer, Birmingham and Midland Eye Hospital. Of 
Prior's Lea, Broughton, Preston, Lancashire. 

Allison, Herbert, second son of Robert Andrew Allison, Esq., M.P., 
(O.R. 1853), Scaleby Hall, Carlisle, aged 14, November 27. Left 
1894. 2 Donkin 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1898, Ordained 1899. Home address, as above. 

Beaven, Alfred Disraeli Park, eldest son of Rev. Alfred Beaven Beayen, 
Headmaster of Preston Grammar School, aged 14, December 31. 
Left 1894.* Donkin 

Scholar 1890. Scholar of Hertford College, Oxford, 1894. Second Class Mathe- 
matical Moderations 1896, B.A., Second Class Final Mathematics 1898, M.A. 1901. 
Assistant Master, Government Schools, Cairo, from 1898. Turf Club, Cairo. 

Bourne, Stanley, only son of Samuel Bourne, Esq., The Park, Nottingham, 
aged 14, September 18. Left 1893. 2 Donkin 

Scholar 1890. Scholar of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 1893. B.A. Second 
Class Classical Tripos 1896. M.A. 1899. Of The Park, Nottingham. 

Burgoyne, Cuthbert John, younger son of Peter Bond Burgoyne, Esq., 
Fairleigh, Isleworbh, aged 14, October 11. Left 1892. 3 Donkin 

VIII. 1892. In business. 

Clarke, Henry Herbert, fourth son of Thomas Clarke, Esq., Allerton Hall, 
Wooltou, Liverpool, aged 15, October 28. Left 1892. 3 Donkin 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1S97. Registered as a Medical Practitioner 
1903. Address, as above. 

King 1 , Robert Neal, only son of Robert King, Esq., Moulton, Spalding, 

aged 13, September 14. Left 1891. 2 Donkin 

Gazetted to the Lincolnshire Regiment 1896. Served in the Nile Expedition 

1898. Battle of the Atbara. Medal and Egyptian Medal with Clasp. In the 

South African War 1902. Care of Cox & Co., Oharing Cross. 

Readhead, John, elder son of John Beadhead, Esq., 18, Thomas Street, 
South Shields, aged 13, July 4. Left 1892. 3 Donkin 

In business. Address, Rockcliffe, Westoe, South Shields. 

Bayley, Gerald Edward, son of Captain F. Bayley, Westwall, Colombo, 
Ceylon, aged 15, March 6. Left 1890. 3 " Collins 

Gazetted to the 2nd York and Lancaster Regiment 1894. Captain 1902. 
Adjutant, Ceylon Volunteer Forces, Colombo, Ceylon, from 1902. 

Binnie, Thomas Alexander, younger son of Alexander Richardson Binnie, 
Esq., 14, Park Drive, Heaton, Bradford, aged 14, August 19. 
Left 1892. 3 Collins 

A Civil Engineer. Address, 77, Ladbroke Grove, London, W. 



164 Percival, 1887-95. 



Blunt, Leslie, sixth son of Frederick William Blunt, Esq., (O.K. 1853), 
8, Westbourne Crescent, London, W., aged 13, December 29. 
Left 1894. 2 Collins 

Admitted a Solicitor 1900. Of 95, Graham Street, London, E.G. 

Collinson, Walter Waller, fourth son of Francis Weightman Collinson, 
Esq., Rookfield, Muswell Hill, London,; N., aged 14, February 7. 
Left 1892. 2 Collins 

Address, 31, Marlborough Hill, St. John's Wood, London. 

Dobson, Robert Nelson, eldest son of Nelson Congreave Dobson, Esq., 
27, Victoria Square, Clifton, Bristol, aged 14, November 11. 
Left 1892.' Collins 

Gazetted to the Royal Lancashire Regiment 1897. Captain 1902. Served with 
the Mounted Infantry in the South African War 1901. 

Fane, Cecil, second son of Frederick Arthur Fane, Esq., 94, Piccadilly, 
London, aged 14, September 14. Left 1893. 3 Collins 

Gazetted to the 12th Lancers 1897. Captain 1903. Served in the South African 
War 1899-1902. Despatches. Queen's Medal with six Clasps. D.S.O. Of 
Brownsover Hall, Rugby. Cavalry Club. 

Hamer, David John, son of Rev. Meredith Earner, Maer Hall, Newcastle, 
Staffs, aged 15, January 1. Left 1891. 1 Collins 

Hamer, Meredith Ashton, eldest son of John Hamer, Esq., 9, York 
Terrace, Blackburn, aged 12, August 12. Left 1896. 3 Collins 

Gazetted to the Indian Army 1899. 

Jones, Arthur Sidney Champion, third son of Senor Don R/icardo James 
Jones, Panulcillo, Coquimbo, Chili, S.A., aged 15, January 14. 
Left 1892. 2 Collins 

Creswick, Francis Nathaniel, only son of Colonel Nathaniel Creswick, 
Chantrey Grange, Norton, Sheffield, aged 14, December 25. Left 

1893. 1 Michell 

Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B. 1896, M.A. and LL.M. 1900. 
Admitted a Solicitor 1899. Of Moorseats, Hathersage, Derbyshire. 

Hodgkinson, Robert Frank Byron, only son of Robert Hodgkinson, Esq., 
Winthorpe, Newark-on-Trent, aged 13, March 27. Left 

1893. 2 Michell 

Admitted a Solicitor 1900. Of Northgate House, Newark. 

Levy, Walter Henry, eldest son of Henry Levy, Esq., 20, Hyde Park 
Place, London, W., aged 13, November 1. Left 1895. 1 Michell 
A Member of the London Stock Exchange 1898. Of 10, Gloucester Square, 
London, W. 

Walker, Archibald William, only son of William Wentworth Walker, Esq., 
Oaken Manor, Wolverhampton, aged 14, May 15. Left 
1893. 2 Michell 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1893. Staffordshire Yeomanry. In business. Of Woodfield, 
Oaken, Wolverhampton. 

Seabroke, George Tertius, elder son of George Mitchell Seabroke, Esq., 
(o.R. 1863), Rugby, aged 14, September 15. Left 1893. 3 Town 
Sandhurst 1894. Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, 
1895. Lieutenant 1898. Address, Rosemont, Rugby. 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1890. 

Beloe, John Seppings, second son of Edward Milligen Beloe, Esq., Kings 
Lynn, aged 13, August 13. Left 1894. 2 School 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1903. Admitted a Solicitor 1900. Reading for 
Holy Orders 1904. Address, Paradise, Kings Lynn. 



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Fellowes, Thomas Lyon, only son of Re 7. Edward Lyon Fellowes, 
Wimpole Rectory, Royston, Herts, aged 14, March 27. Left 

1894. 2 School 

An Engineer. Humber Bank Foundry, Hull. 

Watson, Henry, third son of Peregrine Watson, Esq., Hey House, 
Ramsbottom. aged 14, November 19. Left 1893. 1 School 

A Mechanical Engineer. Of 21, Mawdsley Street, Bolton. 

Westmacott, Thomas Horatio, second son of Edward Vesey Westmacott, 
Esq., (o.R. 1852), Bengal Civil Service, aged 13, November 18. 
Leffcl894. 2 School 

Admitted a Solicitor and Attorney of the High Court at Fort William, Bengal, 

1900. At Calcutta 1904. 

Bury, William Stanley, son of Mrs. Hodges, The Knapp, Charlton Kings, 
Gloucestershire, aged 14, December 21. Left 1891. 2 Bowden Smith 
Balliol College, Oxford, B A. 1898. 

Harrison, David, only son of Thomas Ashton Harrison, Esq., 35, Victoria 
Street, Tenby, aged 14, November 2. Left 1892. 3 Bowden Smith 
Magdalene College, Cambridge, 1896. Pembroke Imperial Yeomanry. 

Hardman, William Henry Edward, only son of Mrs. Hardman and the 
late Edward Hardman, 15, Royal Avenue, Chelsea, aged 13, 
September 24. Left 1892. 1 Scott 

Macliver, Peter Stewart, son of the late David Macliver, Esq., of Bristol, 
care of Mrs. Broadley, Bromlea, Bearsden, near Glasgow, aged 14, 
January 29. Left l91. a Scott 

Marshall, John Frederick, only son of Charles Marshall, Esq., (o.R. 1858), 
69, Holland Park, London, W., aged 15, September 5. Left 

1893. 3 Scott 

XI. 1892, 1893. Racquets 1892, 1893. Minor Exhibitioner 1893. Scholar of 
King's College, Cambridge, 1893, B. A., First Class Mechanical Science Tripos, 
Part 1, 1896, and Part 2, 1898, M.A. 1899. Of Somerleyton, Haling Park Road, 
Croydon. 

Mather, Norman, fourth son of Arthur Stanley Mather, Esq., (O.K. 1857), 
Beechwood, Woolston, Liverpool, aged 13, October 19. Left 
1893. 8 Scott 

An Iron Merchant in Liverpool. Address, as above. 

Wilson, Arthur Carew, fourth son of Colonel Sir Charles Wilson, Ordnance 
House, Southampton, aged 14, March 14. Left 1894. 3 Scott 

XV. 1893. A Tea Planter, Mahagala Estate, Norwood, Ceylon. 

Bond, Otho Cowan, sixth son of Frank Walters Bond, Esq., Wargrave 
Hill, Henley-on-Thames, aged 14, Oct. 18. Left 1892. 3 Whitelaw 

Heath, Robert William, elder son of Robert Heath, Esq., (o.R. 1865), 
Greenway Bank, Stoke-on-Trent, aged 14, February 9. Left 
1895. 2 Whitelaw 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1899, M.A. 1902. Address, as above. Isthmian 
Club. 

Eddison, Harold Tatham, son of R. W. Eddison, Esq., The Manor, A del, 
Leeds, aged 14, May 15. Left 1891. a Morice 

Evers, Claude Pilkington, fourth son of Frank Evers, Esq., White Hall, 
Stourbridge, aged 13, July !4. Left 1895. 2 Morice 

Scholar 1890. XV. 1893, 1S94. Scholar of Queen's College, Oxford, 1895, Second 
Class Classical Moderations, 1897, B A., Second Class Final Classics, 1899, Second 
Class History, 1900, M.A. 1902. Assistant Master at Fettes College, 1900-02, and 
at Rugby School from 1902. 



166 Percival, 1887-95. 



Hurst, James, eldest son of William John Hurst, Esq., Drumaness, 
Bally nahinch, Co. Down, Ireland, aged 13, June 15. Left 
1894. a Morice 

Man, Harry Morgan Stowe, second son of Edward Garnet Man, Esq., 
24, Belsize Square, London, N.W., aged 15, April 25. Left 
1892.2 Morice 

In London Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China, 1893. At Hong 
Kong, 1904. 

Man, Hubert William, third son of the above Edward Garnet Man, Esq., 
aged 13, July 14. Left 1894. 2 Morice 

Gazetted to the Hampshire Regiment, 1896. Served in the South African War. 
1899-1901, abvance on Kimberley, and action at Magersfontein. Queen's Meda 1 
with three Clasps. Volunteered for Somaliland, 1904. Home address, Cambridge 
House, Walton-on-Thames. 

Parkin, Albert John, elder son of John Samuel Parkin, Esq., (O.K. 1857). 
Stanwell House, Stanwell, Staines, aged 14, January 3. Left 
1895 3 Morice 

Scholar 1890. Minor Exhibitioner 1895. XV. 1894. Scholar of Trinity College, 
Oxford, 1894, B.A., Second Class Natural Science, 1898. Captain 3rd Battalion 
Royal Sussex Regiment, 1902. Served in the South African War, 1899-1902. 
Queen's Medal with five Clasps. Consolidated Gold Fields, Johannesburg, 
South Africa. 

Robertson, Norman Donald, only son of Mrs. Robertson, and the late 
Major Norman Donald Robertson, 11, Cambridge Place, 
Kensington, aged 15, December 18. Left 1892. 2 Morice 

On the London Stock Exchange. Windham Club. 

Brinton, Oswald Walter, fifth son of John Brinton, Esq., Stourport, aged 
14, April 27. Left 1894.' Donkin 

Gazetted to the 21st Lancers 1897. Captain 1901. Served in the Nile Expedition 
1898. Battle of Khartoum. Medal, and Egyptian Medal with Clasp. 

Housley, Harold, third son of Mrs. Housley and the late Samuel John 
Housley, Crowhurst, West End Lane, London, N.W., aged 14, 
September 21. Left 1892. 3 Donkin 

Ravenscroft, Lionel Babington, only son of Mrs. Ravenscroft and the late 
Hon. William Henry Ravenscroft, of Colombo, 33, Eaton Place, 
Brighton, aged 13, October 4. Left 1892. 1 Donkin 

Gazetted to the Royal Scots, Lothian Regiment, 1897. 

Whitaker, Rowland, third son of Joseph Whitaker, Esq., Craven Lodge, 
Halifax, aged 13, September 23. Left 1894. 1 Donkin 

Deacon, Harold Albert, third son of Mrs. Deacon and the late Ernest 
Deacon, 8, Devonport Street, Hyde Park, London, aged 14, April 
13. Left 1892. 3 Collins 

On the London Stock Exchange. Address, as above. 

de Lissa, Arthur Rene, third son of Samuel de Lissa, Esq., The Court, 
Maidenhead, aged 13, April 2. Left 1893. 3 Collins 

Fenton, James Marriott, only son of Mark Anthony Fenton, Esq., M.D., 
Grey Friars Green, Coventry, aged 13, March 2. Left 1894. 1 Collins 
Admitted a Solicitor 1900. Address, as above. 

Hankey, Maurice Pascal Alers, third son of Robert Alers Hankey, Esq., 
(O.K. 1853), Eaton Place, Brighton, aged 13, April 1. Left 
1895. 2 Collins 

Gazetted to the Royal Marine Artillery 1895. Lieutenant 1896. Captain 1900. 
In the Intelligence Department at the Admiralty 1902. 



Percival, 1887-95. 167 



Jeffcoat, Cyril Hear, fifth son of Deputy Surgeon-General Henry Jeffcoat, 
Newlands, Maidstone Road, Rochester, aged 13, May 17. Left 
1891. s Collins 

Died in the Rocky Mountains. 

Jeffcoat, Algernon Cautley, sixth son of the above Surgeon-General Henry 
Jeffcoat, aged 12, August 14. Left 1895. 2 Collins 

Gazetted to the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 1897. Captain 1901. Served in the 
South African War 1899-1902, including Relief of Ladysmith, actions of Colenso, 
Spion Kop, Vaal Krantz, Belfast, and Lydenberg. Despatches. Queen's Medal 
with four Clasps. D.S.O. 

McLean, Andrew Douglas, third son of Robert Allan McLean, Esq., 
59, Cromwell Road, West Brighton, aged 14, November IS. Left 
1891. 3 Collins 

In Canada. Manitoba Club, Winnipeg, and Sports Club, London. 

Meakin, Alfred John, eldest son of Alfred Meakin, Esq., Henshall Hall, 
Congleton, aged 14, June 17. Left 1891. 2 Collins 

A Manufacturer at Tunstall. Of Horton, Wolstanton, Stoke-on-Trent. 

Teschemaker, Harold John, third son of Mrs. Teschemaker and the late 
William Henry Teschemaker, care of Major Teschemaker, 
Castellan, Teignmouth, aged 14, January 27. Left 1893. 2 Collins 

Emigrated to New Zealand. 

Wright, Godfrey Fitzherbert, fifth son of Philip Wright, Esq., Rydal 
Bark, Lee Glebe, Black heath, aged 15, December 11. Left 
1893 2 Collins 

Served in the South African War in Rimington's Guides. 

Ashton, Reginald, second son of Edmund Ashton, Esq., Northcotes, 
Hatfield, Herts, aged 14, April 24. Left 1895. 2 Michell 

Manager of a Brewery at Lima, Peru. 

Dukes, William Battley, second son of Clement Dukes, Esq., M.D., Rugby, 
aged 13, June 19. Left 1893. 2 Michell 

An Architect. Of 8, West Bank, Stamford Hill, London, W. 

Jones, Frederick Darcy, second son of Griffith Jones, Esq., The Bury, 
Goldington, near Bedford, aged 13, July 30. Left 1894. 2 Michell 
Director of Border Brewery Co. Of 10, North Terrace, Berwick-on-Tweed. 

Smale, John Noel, third son of John Smale, Esq., The Brooklands, 
Macclesfield, aged 12, May 8. Left 1895. 2 Michell 

At Cape Town, South Africa, 1904. Served in the South African War in the 5th 
Imperial Yeomanry. 

Chaplin, Godfrey Ramsay, sixth son of Ernest Chaplin, Esq., Bilton Road, 
Rugby, aged 14, January 17. Left 1895. 2 Town 

XV. 1894. An Electrical Engineer. With the General Electric Power Company, 
Germiston. Transvaal, South Africa, from 1902. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1890. 

Ascroft, William Fawell, younger son of William Ascroft, Esq., Overleigh 
House, Preston, aged 13, October 1. Left 1895. 2 School 

XV. 1894. XI. 1895. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A., Second Class Law 
1898. Admitted a Solicitor, Atkinson Gold Medal, 1901. Practising at Preston, 
as above. 

Brierley, Gerald Frank, only son of Frank Brierley, Esq., Bridgfold, 
Rochdale, aged 13, October 21. Left 1894. 3 School 

Drake, Bernard Harpur, second son of Henry Drake, Esq., 23, Upper 
Phillimore Gardens, London, W., aged 14, JuneS. Leftl894. 2 School 

XV. 1893. VIII. 1893, 1894. New College, Oxford, B.A 1897. Admitted a 
Solicitor, 1900. Of 24, Rood Lane, London, B.C. 



168 Percival, 1887-95. 



Grylls, John Bere, second son of Lieut.-Colonel Grylls, Liskeard, aged 14, 
March 3. Left 1893. 2 School 

Scholar 1890. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 2 November, 1895. Lieutenant 
2 November, 1898. Served with the 16th Battery in the South African War, 
1899, 1900, and was wounded at the Battle of Colenso, 15 December, 1899. Died 
of dysentery at Johannesburg, 3 July, 1900. 

Machell, Hugh Wells, only son of Thomas Machell, Esq., The Bank. 
Whitehaven, aged 13, July 2. Left 1895. 2 School 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Admitted a Solicitor, 1901. Address, as above. 
Primrose Club. 

Mackinnon, John Marr, youngest son of William Mackinnon, Esq., 115, 

St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, aged 14, July 10. Left 1892. 2 School 

A Stockbroker. Of 20, Rowland Gardens, South Kensington. Caledonian Club. 

McBride, Charles Gordon, only son of Captain Ernest Ehlers McBride, 
(0.11. 1861), Glendonagh, Midleton, Co. Cork, aged 14, March 18. 
Left 1893. 1 School 

Settled at Gala, Cape Colony, 1899. Died there 3 February, 1902. 

Peel, Fergus John Russell, fifth son of Archibald Peel, Esq., The Gerwyn, 
Wrexham, aged 13, October 17. Left 1895. 3 School 

Gazetted to Oxfordshire Light Infantry 1901. Served in the South African War, 
1899-1902. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 
Retired 1903. 

Parsons, Guy Cecil, third son of John Parsons, Esq., (o.n. 1848), Tubney 
House, Abingdon, aged 14, May 8. Left 1893. 8 School 

Merton College, Oxford, 1894. 

Rilltoul, Alexander Vannan Dunlop, younger son of Andrew Rintoul, Esq., 
Junior Carlton Club, London, aged 1 3, Jan. 29. Left 1893. 2 School 

Sawers, Norman Clive, fourth son of Mrs. Sawers.and the late Robert Orr 
Sawers, Esq., St. John's Park, Blackheath, aged 13, October 14. 
Left 1894. 3 School 

Central Technical College, South Kensington, 1896-99. An Electrical Engineer. 
With the Silvertown Company, and in charge of its Agency, 1, Fairlie Place, 
Calcutta, from 1903. 

Simpson, Harold Reid, son of William Augustus Simpson, Esq., West- 
thorpe House, Hendon, aged 14, March 23. Left 1890. 3 School 
Address, as above. 

Tidman, Oscar Paul, third son of Mrs. Tidman and the late Paul Frederick 
Tidman, Esq., C.M.G., Fairlight, Chislelmrst, aged 13, November 
30. Left 1894. a School 

XI. 1894. Of Fairlight, Meads, Eastbourne. 

Bradford, Percy Richard, third son of William Bradford, Esq., Arnprior, 
Baling, aged 13, January 18. Left 1893. 1 Bowden Smith 

Campbell, Hugh Roy, only son of Mrs. Daw and the late Hugh 
Campbell. Esq., Norrington, Baling, aged 16, P'ebruary 18. Left 
1891. 3 Bowden Smith 

An Architect. Address, 28, Blakesley Avenue, Baling. 

Fladgate, Stanley Gauntlett, younger son of the late Francis Pedro 
Gauntlett Fladgate, Esq., (of Cundal), Villa nova de Torra, 
Portugal, aged 14, May 26. Left 1892. 2 Bowden Smith 

Geoghegan, Norman Meredith, fifth son of Stannus Geoghegan, Esq., 
8, Piazza Miratore, Floriana, Malta, aged 14, September 7. Left 
1894. 2 Bowden Smith 

Gazetted, Unattached List, 1896. Indian Army 1897. 



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Smith, Gilbert, third son of William Herbert Smith, Esq., Cavehurst, 
Mansfield Road, Nottingham, aged 14, May 8. Left 
1893. 1 Bowden Smith 

In business at Nottingham. Address, as above. 

Akerman, Charles Savidge Annand, eldest son of William Savidge 
Akerman, Esq., Oakfield, Wembdon, Bridgwater, aged 13, 
December 17. Left 1894. 2 Scott 

Scholar 1890. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers 1896. 

Dunbar-Brander, James, eldest son of Captain James Brander Dunbar- 
Brander, Pitgaveny, Elgin, aged 14, October 10. Left 1893. 3 Scott 

Jager, George Harold, third son of George Jager, Esq., Lingdale, Birken- 
head, aged 13, January 9. Left 1894. 1 Scott 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1899. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1902. 
Northern Circuit. Of Lingdale, Birkenhead. 

ItcMullen, Alexander Percy, eighth son of Alexander Peter McMullen, 
Esq., Hertford Castle, Herts, aged 14, October 9. Left 1894. 2 Scott 

Minor Exhibitioner 1894. Postmaster of Merton College, Oxford, 1894. B.A. 
First Class Natural Science 1898. Assistant Master at Bradfield College 1900-04, 
and at Royal Naval College, Osborne, from 1904. 

Meiklejohn, Ronald Forbes, eldest son of Lieut.-Colonel John Forbes 
Meiklejohn, New Milne, Guildtown, Perth, aged 13, October 9. 
Left 1894. 8 Scott 

Gazetted to the Royal Warwickshire Regiment 1896. Captain 1900. Served in 
the Nile Expedition 1898. Battles of the Atbara, and Khartoum. Medal, and 
Egyptian Medal -with two Clasps. In the South African War 1899-1900. Relief 
of Ladysmith. Despatches. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. D.S.O. 



Shepherd, Frederick Hawksworth Sinclair, younger son of the late Rev. 

Frederick Shepherd, Stoke-under-Ham, Somerset, aged 13, 

February 26. Left 1895. 3 Scott 

Corpus Christ! College, Oxford, B.A. Third Class History 1898. Of 3, Warwick 

Square, London, S.W. 

Cotterill, John Clement Chawner, only son of the late Alfred Cotterill, 
Esq., M.D., Newcastle under-Lyne, aged 14, August 16. Left 
1893. 8 Whitelaw 

Assumed the name of COTTERILL PHILLIPS. A Solicitor at Grayswood, Tittensor, 
Stoke-on-Trent. 

Delmege, Edward Collis, elder son of Antony Ansdale Delmege, Esq., of 
Ceylon, and 17, St. Helen's Place, London, aged 14, May 11. 
Left 1892. 3 Whitelaw 

Dead. 

Ellis, Thomas Arthur McMahon, younger son of Thomas Ellis, Esq., 

Penticton, British Columbia, aged 13, October 17. Left 

1 892. 3 Whitelaw 
Dead. 

Eyers-Swindell, Laurence, younger son of James Swindell Evers-Swindell, 
Esq., Clent House, Stourbridge, aged 15, September 13. Left 

1893. 2 Whitelaw 

A Land Agent. Of Sherington, Newport Pagnell, Bucks. 

Jackson, Frederic Lloyd, only son of Charles Frederic Jackson, Esq., 
Etchingham House, Finchley, aged 13, September 28. Left 

1893. 3 Whitelaw 

Address, 3, Whitehall Court, London, S.W. 

Litkie, Charles Edgar, third son of Valerian A. Litkie, Oakley, Bromley, 
London, aged 13, December 18. Left 1892. 1 Whitelaw 

Served in the South African War 1899-1900 as Corporal in Thorneycroft's Mounted 
Infantry. Killed at Spion Kop 24th January, 1900. 
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170 Percival, 18S7-95. 

Moir, John Elliot, third son of Dr. Robert Moir, 46, South Street, St. 
Andrews, Fife, aged 14, August 13. Left 1894. 8 Whitelaw 

Sandhurst 1895. Gazetted, Unattached List, 1897. Indian Army, 10th Bengal 
Lancers, 1898. Cawnpore, India, 1903. 

MOSS, Cuthbert Blundell, elder son of Frederick Blundell Moss, Esq., 

(O.K. 1867), 20, Carnalt Gardens, Putney, aged 13, June 21. Left 

1893.' Whitelaw 

Assumed the name of MOSS-BLUNDELL 1892. St. Thomas' Hospital. M.R.C.S. 

and L.R.C.P. 1899. Of 51, Moffatt Road, Thornton Heath, Surrey. 

Aron, Leonard James, second son of Maurice Aron, Esq., May bridge 
Lodge, 33, Addison Road, Kensington, aged 14, December 6. 
Left 1892. 3 Morice 

In business. Of 394, -Uxbridge Road, London, W. 

Attenborough, George, only son of Henry Arthur Attenborough, Esq., 
Wantage House, Ladbroke Road, London, aged 14, April 20. 
Left 1895. 1 Morice 

Crick 1894. University College, Oxford, B.A. 1898. In business from 1898. Of 
10, Pembridge Place, London, W. New Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Courtauld, Samuel, second son of Sydney Courtauld, Esq., Booking Hall, 
Braintree, Essex, aged 14, May 7. Left 1894. 3 Morice 

Address, as above. 

Fullager, Francis John, elder son of Walter Palmer Fullager, Esq., West 
Bank, Lytham, aged 14, April 5. Left 1895. 1 Morice 

Address, as above. 

Hadwen, Herbert Seymour, third son of Joseph Had wen, Esq., Fairfield, 
Manchester, aged 14, August 12. Left 1894. 1 Morice 

In business as a Cotton Spinner and Manufacturer. Address, as above. 
Harrison, Herbert Champion, sixth son of Mrs. Harrison and the late 
Edward Francis Harrison, (O.K. 1844), Thornleigh, South Norwood 
Hill, London, aged 13, October 4. Left 1895. 2 Morice 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1899. 

Hunter* Edward William, second son of Curling Hunter, Esq., Purley 
Lodge, Boscombe, Bournemouth, aged 14, July 16. Left 
1893,* Morice 

Marston, Frederick Milward, fourth son of John Marston, Esq., The Oaks, 
Wolverhampton, aged 15. September 8. Left 1893. 3 Morice 

Admitted a Solicitor 1899. Of 9, New Clive Road, West Dulwich, London, S.B. 

Mills, Harold Oldham, only son of Mrs. Mills and the late William George 
Mills, Grove Lodge, Thames Ditton, aged 15, July 15. Left 
1893.' Morice 

Of Hurst Cottage, Hampton-on-Thames. 

Phillipps, John Nugent, only son of Richard Phillipps, Esq., Penrhiewtyn 
House, Neath, Glamorgan, aged 13, April 28. Morice 

Died in the holidays 3rd August, 1891. 

Voight, Johann Friedrich, only son of Siegfried Eberhardt Voight, Esq., 
65, Fellows Road, London, S.W., aged 14, September 30. Left 
1894. 8 Morice 

Consul for Peru in Calcutta from 1903. Of 4, Mission Row, Calcutta. 

Wallis, Harry Boyd, eldest son of Henry Boyd Wallis, Esq., Addington, 
St. Mary's Road, Wimbledon, aged 15, July 25. Left 1891. 3 Morice 

Whitaker, Robert James, eldest son of Rev. Charles Whitaker, Natlands 

Parsonage, Kendal, aged 14, October 1. Left 1894. 5 Morice 

Scholar 1890. Minor Exhibitioner 1894. St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1897. 



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Williams, Geoffrey Charapneys, son of Ralph Champneys Williams, Esq., 
Colonial Treasurer, Gibraltar, aged 14, Jan. 17. Left 1890. 3 Morice 
Brasenose College, Oxford, 1894. 

Ashton, Percy, elder son of Captain William Francis Ashton, (O.K. 1858), 
Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall, London, aged 14, September 24. 
Left 1892. 1 Donkin 

Of Morton House, Fernhill Heath, Worcester. Windham Club. 

Bros, Harold Kemmis, only son of Rev. Arthur Finchley Quayle Bros, 
(O.K. 1861), Shabbington Vicarage, Thame, aged 14, April 14. 
Leftl894. 3 Donkin 

University College, Oxford, 1896. In business 1897-1902. Ordained 1903. 
Assistant Curate of St. Peter's, Wolverhampton, from 1903. 

Edgington, Walter, fourth son of the Rev. Charles Nattali Edgington, 
March, Cambridgeshire, aged 13, Feb. 3. Left 1894. 1 Donkin 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1898. A Land Agent. Sub- Agent of the Benham 
Estate. Address, Boxford Vicarage, Newbury. 

Ruxton, Robert Minturn Clarges, third son of Admiral Fitzherbert 

Ruxton, 41, Cornwall Gardens, Queen's Gate, London, aged 14, 

September 26. Left 1894. 1 Donkin 

Gazetted to the Essex Regiment, 1897. Served in the China Expedition, 1900. 

Medal. 

Tomkinson, Gerald, second son of Michael Tomkinson, Esq., Franche Hall, 
Kidderminster, aged 14, August 31. Left 1894. 1 Donkin 

In business . Address, as above. 

Wallace, Charles Redwood Vachell, elder son of Thomas Wallace, Esq., 
Howard Lodge, Newport Road, Cardiff, aged 13, April 3. Left 
1894. 2 Donkin 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A., Third Class Law, 1899. Admitted a Solicitor, 1903. 
Of the Solicitors' Department, Treasury, Whitehall, London, S.W. 

Haslam, John Frederick Myddelton, eldest son of the Rev. Arthur Brook 
Haslam, (O.K. 1862), Grammar School, Ripon, aged 13, Nov. 24. 
Left 1895. 1 Collins 

Scholar 1890. St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A., First Class Classical Tripos, 
1898. Assistant Master at Cheltenham College, from 1899. Of 1, Shelburne Villas, 
Cheltenham. 

Hibbert, George Frederic, younger son of Colonel Hugh Robert Hibbert, 
Broadgate, Barnstaple, aged 15, August 11. Left 1894. 8 Collins 

Gazetted to Royal Fusiliers, 1896. Captain 1898. Served in the South African 
War, 1899-1900. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. Home address, as above. 
Army and Navy Club. 

Humphry's, William Evans Hugh, eldest son of theEev. Hugh Huraphrys, 
Coan, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, aged 14, February 11. Left 
1893. 1 Collins 

Queens' College, Cambridge, B.A. 1900. A Journalist. Of 10, Gray's Inn Place, 

London. Primrose Club. 

Maclaren, Norman, eldest son of Roderick Maclaren, Esq., 23, Portland 
Square, Carlisle, aged 14, June 12. Left 1894. 2 Collins 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. First Class Natural Science Tripos 1897. B.C. 
1901. F.E.C.S. 1903. L.R.C.P. 1901. Of 23, Portland Square, Carlisle. 

Russell, William Allison, fourth son of George Russell, Esq., 12, Sidonia 
Strasse, Dresden, aged 14, November 17. Left 1894. 2 Collins 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B. 1897. Called to the Bar, Inner 
Temple, 1900. Of 3, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 



172 Percival, 1887-95. 



Hadrill, Arthur William, younger son of Henry John Hadrill, Esq., 
53, Belsize Avenue, London, N.W., aged 13, November 25. Left 
1895. 1 Michell 

Scholar 1890. Admitted a Solicitor 1900. Of The Chestnuts, Chislehurst, Kent. 
Isthmian Club. 

Hancock, Herbert, third son of Mrs. Hancock and the late William 
Hancock, Esq., The Bosquet, Putney Hill, London, S.W., aged 14, 
July 11. Left 1893. 1 Michell 

Mahon, Heabhfield MacMahon, third son of William Henry Cortlandt 
Mahon, Esq., Ridgemount, North Dulwich, London, S.E., aged 13, 
November 2. Left 189 5. 2 Michell 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. Third Class Law 1898. Admitted a Solicitor 1903. 
Address, as above. 

Atterbury, Herbert HeydoD, second son of John Herbert A tterbury, Esq., 
Welford, Rugby, aged 13, October 27. Left 1895. 2 Town 

Farming his own land at Welford, Eugby. 

Austen, Arthur Stuart, fifth son of Ambrose Austen, Esq., 19, Hillmorton 
Road, Rugby, aged 13, June 18. Left 1894. 2 Town 

Engineering Pupil at Willans and Robinson, Rugby, 1897-1900. Assistant, 
National Electric Supply Co., Preston, 1900-03. Of 26, Hillmorton Road, Rugby. 

Blandy, Oswald Ridpath, eldest son of R. Ridpath Blandy, Esq., Grand 
Canary, and Madeira, aged 13, October 10. Left same Term. Town 
Some time in the Wine Trade, as above. Subsequently with Elder, Dempster & 
Company, Liverpool. 

Martin, William, only son of Mrs. Martin and the late William Martin, 
Clifton Road, Rugby, aged 13, September 24 Left 1895. 1 Town 
An Artist and Designer in London. Of 2, Melrose Road, Barnes, Surrey. 

Petterson, Otto Gustavo Alexander, only son of Andreas Petterson, Esq., 
Rugby, aged 13, October 12. Left 1892. 3 Town 

A Mechanical Engineer. Of 44, Hall Road, Handsworth, Birmingham. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1891. 

Ball Acton, Charles Annesley, eldest son of Colonel Charles Ball Acton, 
(O.K. 1842), 51st Light Infantry, aged 14, February 14. Left 
1891. 3 School 

Sandhurst 1895. Gazetted to Royal Welsh Fusiliers 1896. Served in the China 
Expedition 1900. Medal. 

Ball Acton, Reginald Thomas Annesley, second son of the above Colonel 
Charles Ball Acton, aged 13, October 2. Left 1892. 2 School 

Gazetted to the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry 1897. Served in the South 
African War 1899-1900. At Barberton, Transvaal, 1903. 

Cawley, Harold Thomas, second son of Frederick Cawley, Esq., M.P., Moss 
House, Blackley, aged 12, June 12. Left 1895. 3 School 

New College, Oxford, B.A. Second Class History 1900. Called to the Bar, 
Inner Temple, 1902. Northern Circuit. Of 78, King Street, Manchester. 

Ellison, William Reynolds, fifth son of Rev. Charles Christopher Ellison, 
(o.n. 1849), The Manse, Bracebridge, Lincolnshire, aged 13, April 
19. Leftl895. 2 School 

VIII. 1894, 1895. Address, as above. 

Gaitskell, Charles Edward, younger son of Edward Forbes Gaitskell, Esq., 
M.D., Catton, Crystal Palace Park Road, Sydenham, aged 14, 
December 6. Left 1892. 1 School 

Bromsgrove School 1892. A Medical Student, Guy's Hospital. L.R.C.P. and 
M.R.C.S. 1902. Of 63, Crystal Palace Park Eoad, Sydenham. 



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Hargreaves, John Hoyle, younger son of the late Thomas Hargreaves, 
Esq., The Lindens, Haslingden, Lancashire, aged 13, March 16. 
Left 1894. 2 School 

A Civil Engineer. Address, as above. 

Holford, Thomas Pryse Arthur, second son of Thomas Holford, Esq., 
Castle Hill, Cerne, Dorset, aged 14, August 7. Left 1895. 2 School 
Of Kilcairne House, Navan, Co. Meath, Ireland. 

Littleton, Henry John, eldest son of Alfred Henry Littleton, Esq., 
22, Hyde Park Square, London, W., aged 14, March 24 Left 
1893. 3 School 

Practising as a Solicitor in London. 

Nickalls, Patteson Womersley, eldest son of Patteson Nickalls, Esq., 
afterwards Knight, Chislehurst Common, aged 14, January 23. 
Left 1894. 2 School 

XI. 1892, 1894. XV. 1893. New College, Oxford, B.A. 1897. Gazetted to the 
Durham L.I. 1899. Served in the South African War 1899-1900. Relief of Lady- 
smith and Battle of Colenso. Medal. Retired 1902. A Member of the London 
Stock Exchange from 1901. Of 53, Camden Hill Court, London. White's Club. 

Watson, Harold Farnell, eldest son of Mrs. Watson and the late William 
Farnell Watson, Felix Hall, Kelvedon, Essex, aged 14, July 25. 
Left 1894. 3 School 

XV. 1894. Gazetted to Sherwood Foresters 1897. Captain 6th Battalion 
Lancashire Fusiliers 1902. Retired 1903. Served in the Tirah Expedition 1897- 
98. Medal with Clasp. In the South African War 1899-1902. Despatches. 
Queen's Medal with three Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. D.S.O. Of 1, 
Wallands Crescent, Lewes, Sussex. 

Western, Hugh, second son of Lieut. -Colonel James Halifax Western, 
Langdale, Clipstone Rise, Croydon, aged 14, March 19. Left 
1894 3 School 

University College, London, 1895-96. A Mechanical Engineer. Egyptian State 
Railways 1900-04. Assuan Line from 1904. Turf Club, Cairo. 

Davies, Arthur Henry, second sou of the late Henry Jackson Davies, Esq., 
Excelsior House, Wylde Green, Birmingham, aged 15, October 18. 
Left 1894. 2 Bowden Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B. 1897. Admitted a Solicitor 1902. 
Of 15, John Street, Bedford Row, London, W.C. 

Fletcher, Edwin Howard, only son of the late Thomas Christopher 
Fletcher, Esq., 5, Stratford Place, London, aged 14, August 10. 
Left 1894. 8 Bowden Smith 

Godfrey, Francis William, second son of Francis William Godfrey, 
Esq., Church Street, Tewkesbury, aged 14, July 15. Left 
1893. 2 Bowden Smith 

Of The Cross, Tewkesbury. 

Harland, Henry Peirson, fifth son of Rev. Albert Augustus Harland, 
flarefield Vicarage, Uxbridge, aged 14, September 1. Left 
1892. 2 Bowden Smith 

Address, Queen's Island, Belfast, Ireland. 

Jones, William Travers Watson, son of Henry E. Jones, Esq., Harden Ash, 
Ongar, Essex, aged 14, September 20. Bowden Smith 

Died at School 5th June, 1891. 

Kosher, Claude William, son of Alfred Kosher, Esq., The Grange, Rosher- 
ville, Gravesend, aged 14, July 8. Left 1893. 1 Bowden Smith 

Smith, Alexander, second son of Alexander Smith, Esq., Hessle, Yorkshire, 
aged 13, May 25. Left 1893. 8 Bowden Smith 



174 Percival, 1887-95. 



Annandale, Thomas Nelson, eldest son of Professor Thomas Annandale, 
24, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, aged 14, June 15. Left 
1894 2 Scott 

Balliol College, Oxford, Second Class Natural Science 1898. B.A. 1900. 

Baker, Roland Midelton, seventh son of Thomas Baker, Esq., Wallcroft, 
Durdham Park, Bristol, aged 14, February 25. Left 1894.* Scott 
A Member of the Bristol Stock Exchange from 1903. Address, as above. 

Finlay, Robert Francis, only son of William Alexander Finlay, Esq., M.D., 
St. Helens, Russell Place, Edinburgh, aged 13, June 30. Left 
1895. 3 Scott 

XV. 1894, 1895. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1897. Indian Staff Corps 1901. 
5th Punjab Infantry, India, 1904. 

Rothera, Percy, only son of Charles Lambert Rothera, Esq., (o.R. 1864), 
Forest Green, Nottingham, aged 13, February 9. Left 1894. 1 Scott 
An Engineer. Engaged on the South Indian Railway 1903. Tinnevelly Bridge, 
South India. 

Black, Maurice Adam, elder son of Adam William Black, Esq., 44, Hyde 
Park Square, London, aged 14, August 19. Left 1895. 2 Whitelaw 

XI. 1895. XV. 1893, 1894. Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1898. Gazetted to 
the 5th Dragoon Guards 1900. Served in the South African War 1899-1902. 
Queen's Medal with three Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. Cavalry Club. 

Brocklehurst, Edward Howard, eldest son of Edward Brocklehurst, Esq., 
Kinnersley Manor, Reigate, aged 13, July 12. Left 1894. 3 Whitelaw 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1893. M.A. and LL.B. 1903. Admitted a Solicitor 
1903. Address, as above. 

Griffiths, Cecil Hubert Morgan, eldest son of William Morgan Griffiths, 
Esq., Lime Grove, Carmarthen, aged 15, August 14. Left 
1894. 1 Whitelaw 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B. 1897. Admitted a Solicitor, 1900. 
Practising at Carmarthen. 

Blyth, Ernest Blackstone, fourth son 9f Thomas Philip Blyth, Esq., 
Birdingbury Hall, Rugby, aged 14, Sept. 19. Left 1893. 3 Morice 

Royal College of Science, South Kensington. Assoc. Member Institute 
Mechanical Engineers, 1902. 

Burgess, Julian Gulson, eldest son of John Gulson Burgess, Esq., Lough- 
borough, aged 14, December 10. Left 1894. 3 Morice 

An Architect. Address, Beaconsfield, Bucks. 

Foster, Frank Broome, second son of Charles William Foster, Esq., 
Southernhay, Didsbury, aged 12, July 27. Left 1895. 3 Morice 

XV. 1895. With Messrs. Broome and Foster, Manchester. Clarendon Club, 
Manchester. 

Norton, Harry Egerton, eldest son of Robert Norton, Esq., Coombe Crofts, 
Norbiton, aged 14, July 17. Left 1893. 1 Morice 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1898. Served in the South African War in the 
Imperial Yeomanry. Gazetted to the Manchester Regiment, 1901. 

Wilmot-Sitwell, Richard Degge, eighth son of the Rev. Degge Wilmot 
Sitwell, (OR. 1852), Leamington Hastings, Rugby, aged 13, 
February 15. Left 1892. 3 Morice 

A Civil Engineer, 1896. Home address, as above. 

Gover, William Welch Barrows, third son of the Rev. William Gover, Hon. 
Canon of Worcester, (O.K. 1835), Saltley Lodge, Worthing, aged 14, 
November 8. Left 1893. 1 Donkin 

Gazetted to the Cheshire Regiment, 1897. 



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Fane, Julian, third son of Captain Frederick Arthur Fane, Villa Touralza, 
Pau, France, aged 14, December 19. Left 1893. 2 Collins 

Gazetted to the Gloucester Regiment, 1898. Served in the South African War, 
1899-1902. Relief of Kimberley, actions at Poplar Grove and Dreifontein. Queen's 
Medal with four Clasps. 

Fletcher, Norman, eldest son of Walter Fletcher, Esq., (o.u. 1864), 5, Cross 
Street, Manchester, aged 13, April 19. Left 1896 2 Collins 

XI. 1894, 1895, 1896. XV. 1895. A Mining Engineer. Of The Hollies, Bolton. 

Gofiey, Thomas, sou of Thomas GofEey, Esq., Amalfi, Blundellsands, 
Liverpool, aged 13, June 18. Left same term. Collins 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1901. Practising at Liverpool. 

Pearson, Fairlie Cunningham, sixth son of the late Alexander Littlejohn 
Pearson, Esq., Walkinshaw, near Paisley, N.B., aged 15, Dec. 2. 
Left 1892. 2 Collins 

Smyth, Godfrey Lyle, second son of Hugh Lyle Smyth, Esq., (O.K. 1849), 
Barrowmoor, Chester, aged 13, May 4. Left 1894. 3 Collins 

In business as a Corn Merchant. Address, as above. 

Schwahe, Horace Foster, fifth son of Henry Albert Schwabe, Esq., Dingle 
Bank, Lymm, Cheshire, aged 14, March 16. Left 1892. 3 Collins 

Admitted a Solicitor 1898. Served in the South African War, in the 3rd 
Cheshire Yeomanry, and was gazetted to the 103rd Warwickshire Yeomanry 
17th April, 1901. Died at Johannesburg, 26th September, 1901. 

Finch, William Gerard, younger son of Richard B. Finch, Esq., 34, Queen's 
Koad, Southport, aged 13, January 4. Left 1894. 2 Michell 

Admitted a Solicitor, Atkinson Gold Medallist, 1899. Of 14, Rose Terrace, 
Ashton-on-Ribble, Preston. 

Kenrick, Gerald William, younger son of William Kenrick, Esq., M.P,, 
The Grove, Harborne, Birmingham, aged 14, September 25. 
Left 1894. 8 Michell 

Of The Grove, Harborne, Birmingham. 

Lassen, Edward Albert, eldest son of Albert William Lassen, Esq., (O.K. 
1861),3.MountRoyal,Bradford,agedl4,Aug. 12. Leftl895. 2 Michell 
XI. 1895. In business. Of Clifton House, Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Swan, Norman Edward, fourth son of Herbert Arthur Swan, Esq., East- 
brook, Middlesborough, aged 14, Sept. 27. Left 1894.* Michell 
VITI. 1894. Gazetted to the Yorkshire Regiment, 1897. Served in the Tirah 
Expedition, 1897-98. Medal with two Clasps. Home address, as above. 

Johnson, Wilfred Athelstan, only son of Edmund George Johnson, Esq., 

(O.K. 1861), 29, Fopstone Road, Earls Court, London, aged 14, 

September 24. Left 1895. 2 Scott 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1900. Assumed the name of ATHELSTAN-JOHNSON, 

1895. Diplomatic Service. Attache at Berlin from 1902. St. James' Club. 

Onions, James Bernard, third son of John Oollingwood Onions, Esq., 
Tysley Grange, near Birmingham, aged 14, April 15. Left 
1892. 2 Donkin 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1891. 

Clegg, Edmund Barwick, eldest son of Calder Hurst Clegg, Esq., Shore, 

Littleborough, Lancashire, aged 14, Jan. 29. Left 1894 2 School 

In business as a Cotton Manufacturer at Littleborough. Of Shore, Littleborough. 

Lee Warner, Philip Henry, eldest son of William Lee Warner, Esq., 
afterwards K.C.S.I., (O.K. 1859), Bombay, aged 13, June 5. Left 
1893. 2 School 

University College, Oxford, B. A., Third Class History, 1900. A Publisher's Reader 
from 1901. Of 24, Bedford Street, Strand, London, W.C. 



176 Percival, 1887-95. 



Marsh, Harold Graham Cilfton, second son of James Marsh, Esq., Broom- 
bank House, Sheffield, aged 15, April 21. Left 1893. 3 School 

Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 1902. Of Rostrevor, Spring Grove, Isleworth. 

Marsh, Avenal Dudley Beauclerc, third son of the above James Marsh, 
Esq , aged 13, October 12. Leffc 1893. 3 School 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1901. Of Rostrevor, Spring Grove, Isleworth. 

Stigand, Almar Gordon, eldest son of William Stigand, Esq., English 
Consul, Palermo, aged 14, August 1. Left 1894. 1 School 

VIII. 1892, 1893. In the Cape Police, 1896-98. Bechuanaland Civil Service, 
Mafeking, 1898. Served in the South African War, in the defence of Mafeking, 
1899-1900. Transferred to Gaberones, 1902. Acting Assistant Commissioner, 1904. 

Sutcliffe, John Garvey, second son of Jack Sutcliffe, Esq., Field House. 
Dudley Street, Grimsby, aged 12, November 26. Left 1891. 3 
Re-entered 1894. 1 Left 1895. 3 School 

Walker, Nigel Ouchterlony, youngest son of James Douglas Walker, Esq., 
(O.K. 1855), of Blairton, Aberdeenshire, and 5, Oxford Square, 
London, aged 13, July 15. Left 1893. 3 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1898. Served in the South African War, in the 
llth Imperial Yeomanry. Medal with four Clasps. Of 20, Queen's Gate Gardens, 
London, S.W. Reform Club. 

Goslett, Alfred Harold, third son of Edward William Maynard Goslett, 

Esq., Marlborough House, St. Albans, aged 13, September 12. 

Left 1895. 2 Bowden Smith 

An Architect. Associate Royal Inst. British Architects. Of Lime Place, Stanmore, 

Middlesex. 

Robertson, George Norman, elder son of George Pringle Robertson, Esq., 
(O.K. 1858), Colac, Victoria, Australia, aged 15, February 7. 
Left 1892. 8 Bowden Smith 

Tanner, Hubert O'Shaughnessy Fearnley, only son of Edward Fearnley 
Tanner, Esq., Hawson Court, Buckfastleigh, S. Devon, aged 14, 
January 9. Left 1893. 2 Bowden Smith 

Jesus College, Cambridge, 1894. Studied in Germany and France. Gazetted to 
the 19th Hussars 1900. Served in the South African War, 1899-1902. Quean's 
Medal with Clasp. 

Wand, Percy Renton, only son of Horace Christopher Waud, Esq., 14, 
Spring Bank, Bradford, aged 14, Dec. 18. Left 1892. 3 Bowden Smith 

Alldridge, Thomas Evelyn Leslie, only son of Mr. Commissioner Thomas 
Joshua Alldridge, West Coast, Africa, aged 16, November 24. 
Left 1892. 3 Scott 

Studied in Germany. Private Secretary to Sir W. R. Austen, Royal Mint, 1897-99. 
Supervisor of Customs, Gold Coast Colony, from 1899. Lagos, West Africa. 
Home Address, Sunnybank, Godalmiug. 

Cross, William Coats, eldest son of Alexander Cross, Esq., 14, Woodlands 
Terrace, Glasgow, aged 13, May 28. Left 189 1. 3 Scott 

A Merchant. Address, as above. 

Macdonald, Clarence Reginald, third son of Major-General Robert 
Mackenzie Macdonald, 80, Oxford Gardens, North Kensington, 
London, aged 15, February 4. Left 1893. 2 Scott 

Gazetted to the Leinster Regiment, 1895. Captain 1902. Served in the South 
African War 1899-1902. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. 

Marshall, George McLean, fourth son of Francis Marshall, Esq., 
16, Carl ton Terrace, Edinburgh, aged 13, June !9. Left 1894.* Scott 
Called to the Bar, 1904. Union Club. 



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Jeudwine, Richard William Rice, younger son of William Wynne 
Jeudwine, Esq., Chesterfield, aged 13, Aug. 5. Left 1895. 1 Whitelaw 

Gazetted to the Royal Irish Fusiliers 1899. Served in the South African War 
1899-1902, including actions at Talana, Lombard's Kop, and Reit Vlei. Queen's 
Medal with three Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. Sports Club. 

Marrable, Thomas James, third son of George Marrable, Esq., 25, Onslow 
Square, London, S.W., aged 14, March 13. Left 1894. 3 Whitelaw 

Gazetted to the Lancashire Fusiliers 1898. Captain 1900. Served in the Nile 
Expedition 1893. Battle of Khartoum. Medal, and Egyptian Medal with Clasp. 
In the South African War 1899-1901, including action at Laing's Nek. Queen's 
Medal with three Clasps. 

Blair, David, elder son of John Blair, Esq., Newlands, Hitchin, Herts, 
aged 14, November 10. Left 1893. 3 Morice 

Draper, Roland Herbert, younger son of Edward Herbert Draper, Esq., 
52, Doughty Street, London, E.G., aged 14 July 18. Left 
1894. 2 Morice 

Magdalene College, Cambridge, B.A. 1898. Of Ravenroyde, Southend-on-Sea. 

Fowler, George Herbert, only son of George Fowler, Esq., Basford Hall, 
Nottingham, aged 14, January 8. Left 1895. 2 Morice 

New College, Oxford, B.A., Second Class Natural Science 1898. A Mining 
Engineer. Address, Hall End, Tamworth. New Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Read, Harold Dunlop, only son of William Henry Read, Esq., 16, Wood- 
land Road, Rock Ferry, Birkenhead, aged 13, May 18. Left 
1894 3 Morice 

Captain, 1st V.B. Liverpool Regiment. Served in the South African War 1902. 

Bridge, Reginald Turle, only son of John Frederick Bridge, Esq., Mus. D., 
afterwards Knight, The Cloisters, Westminster Abbey, aged 14, 
March 5. Left 1896 2 Donkin 

Scholar 1891. Major Exhibitioner 1896. Scholar of Oriel College, Oxford, 1896. 
First Class Classical Moderations 1898, B.A., First Class Final Classics 1900. 
Assistant Master at Charterhouse from September, 1900. Oxford and Cambridge 
Club. 

Hamilton, Clarence Haslewood, elder son of the late Charles Clowes 
Hamilton, Esq., Solicitor, Brighton, aged 13, July 25. Left 
1895. 2 Donkin 

XI. 1895. Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A., 1898, M.A. 1902. Ordained 1901. 
Assistant Curate of Farnham, Surrey, from 1901. 

Milward, Clement Arthur, fifth son of Victor Mil ward, Esq., The Holloway, 
Redditch, aged 13, May 20. Left 1895. 1 Donkin 

Gazetted to Unattached List 1897. Indian Staff Corps 1899. 

Barton, Dudley, elder son of Samuel Josiah Barton, Esq., M.D., 34, Surrey 
Street, Norwich, aged 13, May 28. Left 1895. 1 Collins 

Sandhurst 1896. Gazetted to the 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Regiment 1897. 
Engaged in the Frontier War. Died at Mhow 27th December, 1899. 

Cobb, Francis Mervyn Chippendale, second son of Francis Marsden Cobb, 
Esq., Bank House, Margate, aged 13, June 19. Left . Collins 

A Brewer. Gazetted to Royal East Kent Imperial Yeomanry 1901. 

Keen, Harry Augustus, fourth son of Arthur Keen, Esq., Sandyford, 
Augustus Road, Edgbaston, aged 14, May 28. Left 1893. 3 Collins 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1898. Address, as above. 

Macaiidrew, Ernest Henry, only son of Joseph Macandrew, Esq., 
6, Leinster Square, London, W., aged 14, January 6. Leffc 
1892. 1 Collins 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A., 1898. Of Dudley Lodge, Harrow. 
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178 Percival, 1887-95. 

Wanton, Charles Arthur Neville, only son of Charles Joseph Morrison 

Wanton, Esq., (O.K. 1861), Tonbridge Castle, Tonbridge, aged 13, 

August 28. Left 1894. s Collins 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A., 1899, M.A. 1902. Address, The Towers, 

Wellington College, Berks. 

Woodcock, Edward Ralph Holme, eldest son of Edward Holme Woodcock, 
Esq., (O.K. 1859), 23, Queen's Road, Southport, aged 14, Dec. 6. 
Left 1893. 3 Collins 

Accidentally killed in the hunting field. 

Harding, Thomas, fourth son of Thomas Harding, Esq., Rydal House, 
fluyton, Liverpool, aged 13, September 30. Left 1894.* Michell 

Cattle farming in Australia, from 1904. 

Bell, Edward Scott Moberly, eldest son of Charles Frederick Moberly Bell, 
Esq., 72, Portland Place, London, aged 14, February 3. Left 
1894. 2 Michell 

New College, Oxford, 1896-1900. Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1902. Of 22, 
Park Crescent, London, W. 

Wasif AH Mirza, eldest son of H.H. the Nawab Bahadoor of Moorshedabad, 
Bengal, aged 16, January 17. Left 1893. 1 Town 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1893-95. Represented Bengal at the Coronation Durbar, 
1903. Address The Palace, Moorshedabad. 

Nasir All Mirza, second son of the above Nawab Bahadoor of Moorshedabad, 
aged 15, March 15. Left 1893. 1 Town 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1893-95. Attended his brother at the Coronation Durbar, 
1903. Address The Palace, Moorshedabad. 

Graham, William Fergus, eldest son of Major-General John Gordon 
Graham, Bilton Road, Rugby, aged 16, Sept. 13. Left 1891 . 3 Town 

Gazetted to the 3rd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1900. Served in the 
South African War, 1900-1902, and obtained a Commission in the 1st Battalion. 
Wounded. King's Medal with two Clasps. Home address, Moss Know, 
Ecclefechan, N.B. 

Graham, John Gordon, second son of the above Major General Graham, 
aged 15, September 26. Left 1895. 1 Town 

Died 8th January, 1900. 

Graham, Malcolm Hay, third son of the above Major General Graham, 
aged 13, September 26. Left 1895. 2 Town 

Edinburgh University 1897-1901. A Metallurgist. Home address, Moss Know, 
Ecclefechan, N.B. 

Moxon, Hugh, fourth son of William Moxon, Esq., Biggen Hall, Thurlaston, 
aged 13, February 16. Left 1894.* Town 

In a Bank at Oolesberg, Cape Colony, South Africa. 

Blunt, John Warden, third son of George Henry Blunt, Esq., 7, Belraont 

Villas, Leicester, aged 14, June 11. Left 1895. 2 Donkin 

Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A., 1898. M.A. 1903. Gazetted to 3rd Militia 

Battalion Leicestershire Regiment 1898. Captain 1900. Served in the South 

African War 1902. Medal with two Clasps. Imperial Service Club. 

Swan, Kenneth Raydon, third son of Joseph Wilson Swan, Esq., Lauriston, 
Bromley, Kent, aged 14, March 13. Left 1896. 2 Michell 

Balliol College, Oxford, Second Class Classical Moderations 1898. B.A., Second 
Class Law 1900. Called to the Bar 1902. Of 58, Holland Park, London, W. 

Brounlie, George de Bels, fifth son of Charles de Bels Brounlie, Esq., 
Gothic House, Richmond, Surrey, aged 12, June 18. Left 
1896.1 Whitelaw 



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ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1891. 

Bannatyne, Douglas Alexander, third son of Mark Bannafcyne, Esq., 
15, Windsor Terrace West, Glasgow, aged 13, January 7. Left 
1896.' School 

Major Exhibitioner 1896. Scholar of Exeter College, Oxford, 1896. First Class 
Classical Moderations 1898. B.A.. First Class Final Classics 1900. LL.B., 
Glasgow University, 1903. Law Apprenticeship 1900-03. Address, as above. 

Seattle, Ernest Halden, eldest son of William Halden Beattie, Esq , 
11, Glencairn Crescent, Edinburgh, aged 14, September 27. Left 
1895. 2 School 

Queen's College, Oxford, B.A., 1899. M.A. 1902. Ordained 1900. Assistant 
Curate of Billinge, Wigan, from 1900. 

Beattie, Alfred Jordan, second son of the above William Halden Beattie, 
Esq., aged 13, November 12. Left 1896.* School 

Address, 11, Glencairn Crescent, Edinburgh. 

Butler, Harold Edge worth, only son of Rev. Arthur Gray Butler, (O.K. 1844), 
Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, aged 13, May 8. Left 1896. 2 School 

Scholar 1891. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1896. Scholar of New College, 
Oxford, 1896. First Class Classical Moderations 1898. Newdigate Prize Poem 
1899. B.A., First Class Final Classics 1900. M.A. 1903. Fellow of New College 
from 1902. 

Dean, Charles Geoffrey, third son of the late Rev. C. K. Troughton Dean, 
Highfield, Ashton-on-Ribble, Preston, aged 15, June 23. Left 
1894. School 

Bishop, Dunbar Frederic Watson, eldest son of James Watson Bishop, 
Esq., Oulton House, Stone, Staffordshire, aged 14, June 8. Left 
1896. 2 School 

Scholar 1891. Minor Exhibitioner 1896. Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A., 
28th Wrangler 1899, M.A. 1903. In business at Hanley from 1899. Address, as above. 

McCowan, John Marshall Bunten, second son of William McCowan, Esq., 
Roseneath, Whitehaven, aged 14, Dec. 29. Left 1895. 2 School 
VIII. 1894, 1895. Exeter CoUege, Oxford, B. A. , Third Class Law, 1899. Admitted 
a Solicitor, 1903. Address, as above. 

Pepys, Walter, only son of Edmund Pepys, Esq., 115, Sloane Street, 
London, W., aged 15, August 8. Left 1895 School 

Gazetted to the 19th Hussars, 1897, and to the 13th Hussars, 1898. Served in the 
South African War, 1899-1902. Queen's Medal with Clasps. King's Medal with 
two Clasps. 

Sample, Thomas Norman, fifth son of Thomas Sample, Esq., Bothal Castle, 
Morpeth, aged 14, January 5. Left 1894 2 School 

XI. 1892, 1893, 1894. Served with the Elswick Battery, Volunteer Artillery, in 
the South African War, 1900. 

Hawes, Henry Gurney Travers, younger son of Alexander Travers Hawes, 
Esq., Nizels, Chislehurst, aged 13, October 31. Left 1896. 2 School 
Racquets 1895, 1896. Hertford CoUege, Oxford, 1897-99. On the London Stock 
Exchange, from 1901. Address, as above. 

Anderson, William Guy Embleton, elder son of William Mortimer 
Anderson, Esq., 12, Longridge Road, Earls Court, London, aged 
13. December 9. Left 1895. 3 Scott 

Died 1897. 

Aspinall, Cecil Faber, younger son of Henry Edward Aspinall, Esq., 

Rutleigh, Upper Tooting, Surrey, aged 13, February 8. Left 

1894. 2 Scott 

Gazetted to the Royal Munster Fusiliers, 1900. Served in Ashanti, 1900. 
Despatches. In the South African War, 1901-02, attached to Army Service Corps. 
Queen's Medal. 



180 Percival, 1887-95. 



Bles, George Marcus, younger son of Marcus Bles, Esq., The Beeches, 
Broughton Park, Manchester, aged 13, October 31. Left 
1895. 2 Scott 

A Merchant. Address, as above. 

Drummond, Charles, only son of William Drummond, Esq., 4, Learmouth 
Terrace, Edinburgh, aged 14, July 25. Left 1894. 2 Scott 

Mackenzie, Robert Duncanson, elder son of Robert Mackenzie, Esq., 
Achenfrae, Cardross, N.B., aged 14, June 4. Left 1895. 2 Scott 
Address, Caldarvan, Alexandria, Dumbartonshire. 

Marshall, Walter John, elder son of John Charles Robson Marshall, Esq., 
Crookfur, Newton Mearne, aged 14, June 5. Left 1896. 1 Scott 

Gazetted to Lanarkshire Yeomanry 1899. Served in the South African War in 
the Imperial Yeomanry 1900-01. Settled at Ventersfontein, Arundel, Cape Colony. 
Imperial Service Club. 

Ogston, Charles, second son of Alexander Milne Ogston, Esq., Ardoe 
House, near Aberdeen, aged 14, September 14. Leftl895. 2 Scott 

Gazetted to the Gordon Highlanders 1897. Captain 1902. Served with the latter 
part of the Tirah Expedition 1897-98. Medal with Clasp. In the South African 
War 1899-1902, including Paardeberg, Houtnek, Vet River, Zand River, Belfast, 
Lydenberg, &c. Queen's Medal with four Clasps. King's Medal with three 
Clasps. 

Otter, Francis Robert, elder son of Francis Otter, Esq., (O.K. 1844), Ranby, 
near Lincoln, aged 13, November 25. Left 1895. 2 Scott 

Gazetted to the 5th Dragoon Guards 1899. Served in the South African War 
1901-02. Medal. Retired 1902. Home address, Chelsea Court, London, S.W. 
Raleigh Club. 

Pownall, Assheton, elder son of Charles Assheton Whately Pownall, Esq., 
(O.K. 1862), Imperial Government Railways, Tokio, Japan, aged 13, 
October 3. Left 1894. 2 Scott 

A Wine Merchant, London and Australia. Of 15, St. John's Park, Blackheath, 
London, S.B. Conservative Club. 

Wilson Johnston, Walter Edward, younger son of John Wilson Johnston, 
Esq., M.D., Dacre House, Oxton, Cheshire, aged 12, October 27. 
Left 1896. 2 Scott 

XV. 1895. XI. 1896. Racquets 1895, 1896. Gazetted to Unattached List 1898. 
Indian Staff Corps 1899. 36th Sikhs, Punjab, India. Junior Naval and Military 
Club. 

Beddington, Reginald, eldest son of D. Lionel Beddington, Esq., 4, Sussex 
Square, London, W., aged 14, August 15. Left 1896. 2 Whitelaw 
Address, as above. 

Blathwayt, Henry Wynter, third son of Charles George Blathwayt, Esq., 
Bombay Civil Service, aged 14, Sept. 19. Left 1896. 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1891. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1900. 

Best, Henry Reginald, eldest son of Charles Winterborn Best, Esq., 
1, Ovington Square, Kensington, London, aged 13, February 28. 
Left 1895. 1 Whitelaw 

Address, as above. 

Chamberlin, Frederick George, eldest son of George M. Chamberlin, Esq., 
Bixley Lodge, near Norwich, aged 14, January 21. Left 
1892.' Whitelaw 

Cohen, Harry Montefiore, third son of Arthur Cohen, Esq., Q.C., 6, Holland 
Park, London, aged 14, August 3. Left 1895. 1 Whitelaw 

Address, 26, Great Cumberland Place, London, W. 

Combe, James, eldest son of Abram Combe, Esq., (o.R. 1866), Arlington, 
Belfast, aged 14, May 24. Lefb 1894. 3 Whitelaw 

In business. Address, as above. 



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Greaves, John, eldest son of William Greaves, Esq., Bankfield, Beaton, 
Bradford, Yorkshire, aged 15, August 25. Left 1892. 2 Whitelaw 
Admitted a Solicitor 1897. Practising at Bradford. Of 11, Kirklands Avenue, 
Baildon, Yorkshire. 

Ralli, Antonio Michael, only son of Michael Antonio Ralli, Esq., Brynbella, 
St. Asaph, aged 15, August 3. Left 1894. 3 Whitelaw 

An Electrical Engineer. 

Ramsden, Henry Helm, only son of Henry Helm Ramsden, Esq., Albion 
Villa, Freemantle Square, Bristol, aged 14, August 15. Left 
1896 2 Whitelaw 

Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1901. 

J, Wethereld Arthur, elder son of William Adolphus Ross, Esq., 56, Pine 
Street, New York, U.S.A., aged 13, Nov. 16. Left 1894. 2 Whitelaw 

Of Bard Avenue, Livingston, Staten Island, New York, U.S.A. 

Grodman, Arthur Lowthian, eldest son of Arthur Fitzpatrick Godman, Esq., 
Smeaton Manor, Northallerton, aged 14, Sept 20. Left 1895. 2 Morice 

Gazetted to the Yorkshire Regiment 1898. 

Gray, Duncan Mackinnon, fifth son of the late Archibald Gray, Esq., 
37, Holland Park, London, aged 14, May 30. Left 1894. 3 Morice 
XV. 1894. Gazetted to the 1st Dragoon Guards 1897. Served in the South African 
War 1901-02. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 

Greer, John Arthur, eldest son of George Greer, Esq., Woodville, Lurgan, 
Ireland, aged 14, May 31. Left 1895. 3 Morice 

Sandhurst 1896. Gazetted to West India Regiment 1897. Served in Sierra 
Leone 1898. Medal. And in the Ashanti Expedition 1900. Killed at Kumasi 
7th August, 1900. 

Man, Morrice Lionel, fourth son of Edward Garnet Man, Esq., Barrister- 
at-Law, Rangoon, aged 13, December 5. Left 1895. 3 Morice 

XV. 1895. Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class History Tripos 
1899. Ordained 1901. Assistant Curate of Hale, Surrey, from 1901. 

Robinson, John Speir, third son of Stephen Robinson, Esq., Lynhales, 
Kington, Herefordshire, aged 14, October 18. Left 1895. 1 Morice 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A., 189S. 

Saunders, Hugh Alban, third son of Edward Saunders, Esq., St. Ann's, 
Woking. aged 14, June 17. Left 1896. 2 Morice 

Keble College, Oxford, B. A., 1900. A Master at a Preparatory School, Cairnburn, 
Upper Norwood. Home address, as above. 

Forshaw, Henry Philip, younger son of John Forshaw, Esq., Hurst Grange, 
Penworlham, Preston, aged 14, June 23. Left Ib92. 2 Donkin 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1895. 

Gunn, Ernest, eldest son of Marcus Gunu, Esq., Preswylfa, Cardiff, aged 
13, April 27. Left 1895. 3 Donkin 

A Shipowner. Of 1, Llandaff Place, Llandaff. 

Mackwortk, Harry Llewellyn, fourth son of Sir Arthur William Mackworth, 
9, Campden House Road, London, W., aged 13, March 17. 
Left 1895. 3 Donkin 

Scholar 1891. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 1898. Served in the South 
African War, 1899-1902. Despatches. Queen's Medal with six Clasps. King's 
Medal with two Clasps. D.S.O. 

Norwood, John, only son of John Norwood, Esq., Pembury Lodge, New 
Beckenham, aged 15, September 8. Left 1894. 2 Donkin 

VIII. 1894. Gazetted to the 1st Dragoon Guards, 1899. Served in the South 
African War, 1899-1902, including actions at Elandslaagte and Lombard's Kop, 
Defence of Ladysmith, including sortie of 7 "December, 1899, and action of 6 
January, 1900. Queen's Medal with four Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 
V.C. for conspicuous act of bravery on patrol duty in returning under heavy fire 
to pick up a fallen trooper, 30 October, 1900. 



182 Percival, 1887-95. 



Reckitt, Albert Leopold, younger son of George Reckitt, Esq., Mayfield, 
Dulwich Wood Park, Upper Norwood, aged 14, May 24. Left 

1894. 2 Donkin 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class Natural Science Tripos, 1898, 
M.A. 1902. Address, as above. 

Williams, John Montague, only son of John Williams, Esq., 17, Ports- 
down Road, Maida Yale, London, W., aged 14, June 25. Left 

1894. 3 Donkin 

Wright, Edward Oliver, eldest son of Edward Thomas Wright, Esq , 
Hillville, Old Swinford, Stourbridge, aged 14, Jnne 7. Left 
1893. 1 Donkin 

Bisclioff, Hugh Crompton, second son of Thomas William Bischoff, Esq., 
(O.K. 1858), Long Ditton Hill, Surrey, aged 13, October 15. 
Left 1896 2 Collins 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A., Third Class Law, 1899, M.A. 1903. Called to the 
Bar, Inner Temple, 1901. Of 1, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Christie, Stanley Percy, younger son of John Robert Christie, Esq., 
Bayntou House, Llandaff, aged 13, October 17. Leftl895. Collins 
Served in the South African War, in Eimington's Guides. Queen's Medal with 
three Clasps. Address, as above. 

Hart, Robert Edward, eldest son of Thomas Hart, Esq., Brooklands, 
Blackburn, aged 13, April 16. Left 1894. 2 Collins 

Pembroke College, Cambridge, B. A., 1899. M.A. 1903. In business from 1899. 
Address, as above. 

MacAllan, William Henry, elder son of the late Allan Bertram MacAllan, 
Esq., Writer to the Signet, Edinburgh, aged 13, December 14. 
Left 1895. 2 Collins 

VIII. 1894, 1895. Gazetted to the Scottish Rifles 1893. Served in the South African 
War 1899-1902. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Neilson, William Chalmers, only son of Walter Neilson, Esq., Ewenfield, 
Ayr, N.B., aged 14, July 9. Left 1895. 8 Collins 

Address, as above. 

Newton, Herbert Lawrence, younger son of George Barnes Newton, Esq., 
52, Croxteth Road, Liverpool, aged 13, March 25. Leftl894. 8 Collins 

Chapman, John Abel, third son of Captain Abel Henry Chapman, Belle 
Vue, Low Fell, Gateshead-on-Tyne, aged 14, March 1. Left 
1895. 1 Michell 

Royal Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill, 1896-99. A Civil Engineer on 
the Burmah Railway 1904. 

Hennell, Thomas Blackburn, only son of Thomas Hennell, Esq., Burnham, 
St. Johns Road East, Putney, aged 15, August 21. Left 
1894. 1 Michell 

Trained for an Engineer, and Assoc. M. Inst. C.E., 1902. A Journalist in 
Scotland 1903. Of 18, Airlie Place, Dundee. 

Jones, Harold Robert, third son of Griffith Jones, Esq., The Bury, 
Goldington, near Bedford, aged 13, Dec. 12. Leftl896. 3 Michell 

XV. 1895. VIII. 1894, 1895, 1896. Gazetted to the Hampshire Regiment 1899. 
Served in the South African War 1900-02. Wounde'd. Actions at Poplar Grove, 
Bothaville, and Caledon River. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. King's Medal 
with two Clasps. Home address, as above. 

Kenney Herbert, Aubrey Edward, only son of Edward Maxwell Kenney 
Herbert, Esq., (O.K. 1857), The Old House, Aylesbury, aged 14, 
July 29. Left 1896. 2 Michell 

XI.*1896. Balliol College, Oxford, B.A., 1900. Diploma in Theory and Practice 
of Education, Oxford, 1903. A Junior Inspector, Board of Education, 1904. 
Address, 6, Prince's Avenue, Liverpool. 



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Levy, Herbert Henry, second son of Henry Levy, Esq., 20, Hyde Park 
Place, London, W., aged 13, April 6. Left 1895. 2 Michell 

On the London Stock Exchange. Of 11, Hyde Park Place, London. 

Scott, Arthur Trayer, second son of the Hon. Justice Sir John Scott, 
K.C.M.G., Cairo, aged 13, October 12. Left 1896. 2 Michell 

Scholar 1891. Minor Exhibitioner 1896. Scholar of Oriel College, Oxford, 1896. 
B.A., Third Class Final Classics 1900. Passed Indian Civil Service Examination 
1900. India 1903. Meerut, N.W. Provinces. 

Stanning, John, eldest son of John Stannirig, Esq., (o.R. 1856), Broadfield, 
Leyland, Preston, aged 13, October 10. Left 1896. 3 Michell 

XI. 1894, 1895, 1896. Trinity College, Cambridge, B A., 1899. In business. 
Address, as above. 

Grove White, William Ernest, eldest son of William James Grove White, 
Esq., 18, Elgin Boad, Dublin, aged 13, February 13. Left 
1894. 2 Michell 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A., 1898. Died 24th October, 1900. 

Blackwell, Robert Arthur, fourth son of Samuel John Blackwell, Esq., 
Brookshill, Harrow Weald, Stanmore, aged 15, September 15. 
Left 1895. 2 Steel 

A Member of the London Stock Exchange 1898. Address, as above, 

Doig, John Alexander, eldest son of Dr. Alexander Doig, Palace Road, 
Ross, Herefordshire, aged 14, January 26. Left 1895. 2 Steel 

Gazetted to the King's Own Scottish Borderers 1897. Served with the Tirah 
Expedition 1897-98. Medal with Clasp. 

Hamilton, Claude Melville Bruce, only son of Richard Fisher Hamilton, 
Esq., Carisbrooke House, Pembroke Road, Dublin, aged 14, June 
17. Leftl893. 2 Steel 

Gazetted to the Leinster Regiment 1899. Employed with the West African 
Frontier Force 1902. 

Kent, Percy Horace Braund, eldest son of Horace Kent, Esq., 53, St. 
Margaret's Road, Overie Park, London, S.E , aged 15, September 
11. Leftl895. 1 Steel 

Called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn, 1900. Of 12, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, 
London, W.C. 

Lenwood, Frank, only son of Rev. Walter Lenwood, Congregational 
Minister, 449, Crookes Moore Road, Sheffield, aged 16, October 16. 
Leftl893. 2 Steel 

Scholar 1891. Exhibitioner (Hon.) 1893. Scholar of Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford, First Class Classical Moderations 1895. B.A., First Class Final Classics 
1897. M.A. 1900. Tutor of Mansfield College, at Oxford, from 1900. Of 1, Alfred 
Street, St. Giles, Oxford. 

Robertson, Henry George, eldest son of Henry James Robertson, Esq., 
Grove House, East Molesey, aged 13, December 8. Left 
1896. 2 Steel 

Scholar 1891. Head of the School. Major Exhibitioner 1896. XV. 1895. Scholar of 
University College, Oxford, Second Class Classical Moderations 1898. B.A Second 
Class Final Classics 1900. Called to the Bar 1903. Address, as above. 

Sellman, Edgar Nevil Newmarch, elder son of Rev. Edward George 
Sellman, Great Casterton Rectory, Stamford, aged 15, July 22. 
Left 1894. 3 Steel 

Lincoln College, Oxford, B.A., 1900. Assistant Master at Felsted School 1901 , 
and at Exeter Grammar School from 1901. 

Sleight, Rowland, second son of George Frederick Sleight, Esq., Grimsby, 
aged 14, March 18. Left 1894. 3 Steel 

XV. 1894. Commission in Queensland Defence Force 1900. Home address, 
Weelsby Hall, Grimsby, Lincolnshire. 



184 Percival, 1887-95. 



Thompson, John Furnivall, eldest son of Joseph Thompson, Esq , Wauldby, 
Brough, Yorkshire, aged 14, January 30. Left 1895. 3 Steel 

XI. 1894, 1895. XV. 1894, 1895. Address, as above. 

Wilson, Eric, eldest son of John Walter Wilson, Esq., 10, Leigham Villas, 
Plymouth, aged 14, November 6. Left 1895. 2 Steel 

Admitted a Solicitor 1901. Of 6, Princess Square, Plymouth. 

Cheese, John Ethelstan, fourth son of the Rev. James Albert Cheese, 
(O.K. 1842), New Bilton Yicarage, Rugby, aged 13, November 19. 
Left 1896. 2 Town 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A., Third Class Classical Tripos, 1900. Ordained 
1901. Assistant Curate of All Saints, Freshwater, Isle of Wight, from 1901. 

Eckersley, Arthur, only son of Mrs. Eckersley, and the late Walter 
Eckersley, Whitehall Road, Rugby, aged 16, April 27. Left 
1894. 2 Town 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A., Third Class History School, 1898. Student of the 
Inner Temple. Of 5, Bilton Road, Rugby. 

Walrond, Charles Welles, third son of Francis Charles Walrond, Esq., 
(O.K. 1851), Rugby, aged 12, May 6. Town 

Died at School 28 July, 1894. 

Littleton, Alfred Joseph Brooke, second son of Alfred Henry Littleton, 
Esq., 22, Hyde Park Square, London, aged 14, June 12. Left 
1896. 2 School 

Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A. 1902. Of 19, Devonshire Place, London, W. 

Nash, Edmund Humphrey Hollick, only son of Edmund Nash, Esq., M.D., 
123, Lansdowne Road, Notting Hill, London, aged 14, August 4. 
Left 1895. 2 School 

St. John's College, Cambridge, 1895-98. An Actor from 1903. Address, as above. 

Robertson, George St. Clair, second son of James Robertson, Esq.,Struan 
Lodge, Grey Road, Altrincham, aged 14, December 17. Left 
1894* Morice 

A Member of the Manchester Stock Exchange, 1901. Address, as above. 

Cooke, Jack Hewson, second son of Alfred Cooke, Esq., Weetwood Hall, 
Leeds, aged 14, March 27. Left 1894.* Collins 

In Australia. G.P.O. Sydney, New South Wales. 

George, Christopher, second son of William Edwards George, Esq., Down- 
side, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, aged 13, Sept 26. Left 1895.* Collins 

Rundhir Sinha, Kumar, elder son of Rajah Jagat Singh, Bahadur of 
Taj pore, District Bijnore, N.W.P., aged 14, February 4. Left 
1895. 2 Donkin 

Now KUMAR RANDHIE SINGH of Sherekot. Hon. A.D.G. to Brigadier-General 
Kemball, West African Frontier Field Force, Northern Nigeria, 1900. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1892. 

Bowring, Clive, eldest son of the late George Edward Bowring, Esq., 
Saxonbury, Upper Long Ditton, Surrey, aged 14, December 18. 
Left 1896. 1 School 

In business. Of Saxonbury, Ditton Hill, Surrey. Sports Club. 

Curtis-Hayward, Thomas, eldest son of Arthur Cecil Curtis-Hayward, 
Esq., 27, Chancery Lane, London, aged 14, October 19. Left 
1896. 2 School 

In business at Calcutta. Of 100, Clive Street, Calcutta. 



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Lea, Henry Crane, only son of Reginald Stephen Lea, Esq., (O.K. 1861), 
Lindley Lodge, Nuneaton, aged 14, July 16. Left 1896. 2 School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A., Third Class History 1899. A Master at Hertford 
House School, Winchfield, 1900-02. Address, as above. 

MacWhirter, Ulric George, elder son of John MacWhirter, Esq., A.R.A., 
1, Abbey Road, London, N.W., aged 13, March 19. Left 
1892. 8 School 

McCaul, Gilbert Cooper, eldest son of Gilbert John McCaul, Esq., 
Creggan Darroch, Chislehurst, aged 13, October 7. Left 

1895. 1 School 

A Medical Student. Address, as above. 

Nickalls, Cecil Patteson, second son of Patteson Nickalls, Esq., afterwards 
Knight, Chislehurst, Kent, aged 14, Sept. 8. Left 1896. 3 School 

XI. 1894, 1895, 1896. XV. 1894, 1895. In business at 28, Threadneedle Street, 
London, E.G. Reform Club. 

Rawlinson, Hugh William, only son of William George Rawlinson, Esq , 
Hill Lodge, New Road, Campden Hill, London, W., aged 14, 
July 1. School 

VIII. 1893, 1894.* Trinity College, Oxford, B.A., 1901. Address, ss above. 
Savile Club. 

Her, Robert McNeil, elder son of Thomas Ripley Ker, Esq., (O.R. 1869), 
Dougalston, Milngavie, Stirlingshire, aged 13, February 18. 
Left 1896. 1 Scott 

Gazetted to the Royal Garrison Regiment 1903. Served in the South African 
War 1902, February to 31st May in the Stirlingshire Militia. Queen's Medal with 
two Clasps. 

Thorburn, Walter Milne, elder son of Robert Thorburn, Esq., Springwood, 
Peebles, N.B., aged 14, July 17. Left 1893. 3 Scott 

St. Andrew's University. In business. Address, as above. 

Walker, Herbert Corny n, second son of Theodore Walker, Esq., Glen Hall, 
near Leicester, aged 14, June 29. Left 1896. 8 Scott 

Royal Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill, 1897-1900. Appointed to 
Forests Service, Rangoon, Burma, 1901. 

Brooke, John Walsh, younger son of Colonel William Saurin Brooke, 
Coolmain House, Avenue Road, Brondesbury, London, aged 14, 
July 27. Leftl893. 3 Whitelaw 

Lester, Bertram, eldest son of Rev. John Moore Lester, (O.R. 1865), The 
Vicarage, Shifnal, aged 13, May 21. Left 1897. 2 Whitelaw 

University College, Oxford, B.A., 1900. Ordained 1901. Assistant Curate of 
Upton-cum-Chalvey from 1901. Of Park Street, Slough. 

Scott, Laurence Prestwich, eldest son of Charles Prestwich Scott, Esq., 
The Firs, Fallowfield, Manchester, aged 14, December 5. Left 

1896. 2 Whitelaw 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1896. A Journalist in Manchester. Address, 
as above. 

Todd, Frederick Gavin, second son of Gavin Thomas Todd, Esq., 
Craiglarrick, Aboyne, aged 14, June 18. Left 1893. 2 Whitelaw 

Dennis, Sydney, third son of James Hawk Dennis, Esq., Bradstones, 
West Derby, Liverpool, aged 14, October 26. Left 1893. 1 Morice 

In business as a Chemical Manufacturer at Liverpool. 

Kershaw, James, eldest son of James Kershaw, Esq., Holly House, Bury 
Old Road, Manchester, aged 13, March 1. Left 1897. 1 Morice 
Racquets 1897. Admitted a Solicitor 1902. Of 5, Heaton Terrace, Bury Old Road, 
Manchester. 
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186 Percival, 1887-95. 



Paddock, George Arthur, only son of George Frank Paddock, Esq., 
Barlaston, Stoke-on-Trent, aged 13, February 4. Left 1896. 3 Donkin 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A., 1900. M. A. 1903. Admitted a Solicitor 1903. Of 
Hartwell Hall, Barlaston, Stoke-on-Trent. 

Tremearne, Harry, second son of Shirley Newman Tremearne, Esq., late 
Assistant Registrar, High Court of Calcutta, aged 13, August 7. 
Leftl894. 2 Donkin 

Wigan, John Tyson, only son of Michael Charles Wigan, Esq., Mayfield, 
Decker, Oldhara, aged 14, July 31. Left 1894. 2 Donkin 

Gazetted to the 13th Htrssars 1897. Captain 1902. Served in the South African 
War 1899-1902. Severely wounded. Queen's Medal with four Clasps. King's 
Medal with two Clasps. 

Wyatt, Stuart Crole, only son of Hugh Wyatt, Esq., Rusthall, Highland 
Road, Bromley, Kent, aged 14, March 14. Left 1895. 3 Donkin 

A Member of the London Stock Exchange. Of Barnfleld, Bromley, Kent. 

Brierly, Harry Lawrance, only son of John Brierly, Esq., Newnham Hall, 
Rugby, aged 13, February 12. Left 1895. 1 Collins 

Of The Hall, King's Newnham, Rugby. 

Hampson, James Frederick, elder son of Thomas Arthur Hampson, Esq., 
Woodlands, Cheddleton, near Leek, Staffs, aged 14, December 19. 
Left 1894.* Collins 

In business. Address, Beech House, Lymm, Cheshire. 

Neilson, Walter Mpntgomerie, only son of the late Colonel Walter 
Montgomerie Neilson, Queenshill, Kirkcudbright, aged 14, July 14. 
Left 1895. 3 Collins 

Address, as above. 

Butcher, Charles Leslie, younger son of Charles Fosbury Butcher, Esq., 

Richmond Hill, Sheffield, aged 14, January 21. Left 1894. 8 Michell 

Studied in Germany 1895. Under-Manager of Steel Works. Address, as above. 

Deakin, Frederick Fairer, fourth son of Joseph Deakin, Esq., Eller How, 
Grange-over-Sands, aged 13, April 7. Left 1895. 3 Michell 

Gazetted to the Manchester Regiment 1898. Captain 1901. Served in the South 
African War 1899-1902. Dangerously wounded. Actions at Blandslaagte and 
Lombard's Kop. Defence of Ladysmith. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 
King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Donald, Thomas Walter, eldest son of Colin Dunlop Donald, Esq., 
172, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, aged 14, January 5. Left 
1895. 8 Michell 

Glasgow University, M.A., 1898. LL.B. 1901. Admitted a Solicitor 1902. Of 
8, Clarence Drive, Glasgow. 

Bratby, William, eldest son of William Bratby, Esq., Oakfield, Hale, near 
Bowdon, aged 15, June 23. Left 1893.* Steel 

An Engineer. Of 3, Hotham Place, Stoke, Devonport. 

Burnett, Arthur Mowbray, eldest son of John Alexander Burnett, Esq., 
Braehead, Bridge of Don, Aberdeenshire, aged 13, December 24. 
Left 1893. 8 Steel 

Dobie, James Jardine, only son of the Rev William Jardine Dobie, Glass- 
mount, Kirkcaldy, aged 14, July 28. Left 1896. 2 Steel 

XV. 1894, 1895. Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1899. Gazetted to the 3rd Hussars 
1900. Served in the South African War, 1901-02. Despatches. Queen's Medal 
with three Clasps. Home address, as above. 

Holme, Hugh Basil, younger son of the Rev. Christopher Holme, Catthorpe 
Rectory, Rugby, aged 13, February 18. Left 1894. 3 Steel 

Passed Indian Civil Service Examination, 1901. 



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Lawton, Arthur, elder son of John Edward Lawfcon, Esq., Glenorchy, 
Matlock Bath, aged 14, August 14. Left 1894. 3 Steel 

Called to the Bar, 1902. Of Wood Bank, Matlock Bath, Derbyshire. National 
Liberal Club. 

Leresche, Alfred Sunderland, youngest son of Charles Samuel Leresche, 
Esq-i 2, Maynesbury Road, Brondesbury, London, N.W., aged 15, 
November 15. Left 1893. 2 Steel 

Moss, Bryan Seymour, third son of John Seymour Moss, Esq., Hull, aged 
13, March 14. Left 1893. a Steel 

Assumed the addititional surname of BLUNDELL, 1892. Gazetted to the Yorkshire 
Regiment, 1900. 

Taylor, Sancroft Grimwood, younger son of Adolphus Grimwood Taylor, 
Esq., 36, St. Mary's Gate, Derby, aged 13, April 10. Left 
1896. 1 Steel 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1902. Junior Conservative Club, and as above. 

Yates, Clive Charles McKay, second son of Leopold Arthur Yates, Esq., 
54, Cornwall Gardens, London, S.W., aged 16, December 9. 
Left 1894. a Steel 

A Tea Planter in India, 1895-8, and subsequently in business in Manchester. 
Served in the South African War, in the Imperial Yeomanry, 1901-02. Practising 
as an Auctioneer in Cape Colony. Address P.O. Box 718, Capetown. 

Loveday, William Taylor, second son of John Edward Taylor Loveday, 
Esq., The Lodge, Rugby, aged 13 October 14. Left 1895. 2 Town 

An Architect. Address, Williamscote, Banbury. 

Molony, Walter William, only son of William Walter Francis Molony, 
Esq., Bilton Road, Rugby, aged 13, April 3. Left 1895 3 Town 

Gazetted to the Connaught Rangers, 1897. Served in the South African War, 
1899-1902, including Relief of Ladysmith, actions of Coleuso and Pieter's Hill. 
Army Service Corps, 1901. Captain 1902. Queen's Medal with five Clasps. 
King's Medal with two Clasps. Staff College, Camber-ley, 1904. 

Wratislaw, Wenceslas Ernest Wratislavia, third son of Theodore Marc 
Wratislaw, Esq., (O.K. 1839), 16, Church Street, Rugby, aged 13, 
December 12. Left 1894. 2 Town 

In the Merchant Service. Of Onley, near Rugby. 

Falk, Oswald Toynbee, elder son of Herman John Falk, Esq., (O.K. 1868), 
9, Normanton A venue, Sef ton Park, Liverpool, aged 12, May 25. 
Left 1898. 2 Whitelaw 

Exhibitioner of Balliol College, Oxford, 1898, B.A. 1903. Of 36, Bloomsbury 
Square, London, W.C. 

Lambert, John Henry, elder son of John Lambert, Esq., (o.R. 1864), 
Ellesmere House, Clarendon Street, Nottingham, aged 15, Nov. 7. 
Leffcl895. s Brooke 

Associated Member Inst. Mechanical Engineers. On the South Indian Railway, 
Negapatam, South India. 

Lambert, Eric Tom, elder son of Tom Lambert, Esq., Sherwood Rise, 
Nottingham, aged 14, January 5. Left 1896. 3 Whitelaw 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B. 1900. Admitted a Solicitor 1903. 
Address, as above. 

Aitchison, William, eldest son of the late William Aitchison, Esq., 
3, Inverleith Place, Edinburgh, aged 13, March 18. Left 
1896. 3 Scott 

XV. 1886. 

Ramsden, Cecil Sidney, fifth son of William Ramsden, Esq., Guest 

Fold, Tyldesley, Manchester, aged 14, January 14. Left 

1894. 3 Scott 

Address, Wigshaw Grange, Culcheth, Warrington. 



188 Percival, 1887-95. 



ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1892. 

Hemingway, Ralph Eustace, tenth son of the late James Angus Heming- 
way, Esq., Foden Bank, Macclesfield, aged 14, December 15. 
Left 1895. 3 School 

Associate Royal Institute of British Architects 1901. Of 2, St. James Terrace, 
Standard Hill, Nottingham. 

Holford, John Oarbery, third son of Thomas Holford, Esq., Castle Hill, 
Cerne, Dorset, aged 14, January 26. Left 1896. 2 School 

VIII. 1S95, 1896. Gazetted to the 8th Hussars 1899. Served in the South African 
War 1901-02. Address, as above. 

Thomson, Andrew Forrester, only sou of Alexander Thomson, Esq., 

Trinity Grove, Edinburgh, aged 14, December 16. Left 1896. 1 Scott 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A., 1900. Of 4, Eglinton Crescent, Edinburgh. 

Lee, Reginald Tilson, third son of Arthur Lee, Esq., (O.K. 1859), Westfield 

House, Lewes, aged 13, July 2. Left 1897. 2 Whitelaw 

XI. 1897. Oriel College, Oxford, B.A., 1900. Gazetted to the Eoyal West Surrey 

Regiment 1901. Served in the South African War 1902. Home address, as above. 

Union Club. 

Walford, George Henry, eldest son of Lieut.-Colonel Henry Alexander 
Walford, (O.K. 1849), Harston Hall, Bury St, Edmunds, aged 13, 
November 3. Left 1896. 2 Morice 

XI. 1896. Sandhurst 1896. Gazetted to the Suffolk Regiment 1898. Served with 
the Somaliland Field Force 1903-04. Junior United Service Club. 

Atkinson, Arthur Edward Tindal, eldest son of Edward Tindal Atkinson, 
Esq., Q.O., Fairbank, Crystal Palace Road, Sydenham, aged 14, 
December 14. Left 1894.3 Donkin 

Of The Avenue, Datchet, Bucks. Isthmian Club. 

Martin, Noel, sixth son of William Martin, Esq., Bournbrook Hall, 
Stirchley, Birmingham, aged 14, December 31. Left 1895. 1 Donkin 

Swanwick, Philip Doyle, only son of Philip Gibbons Swanwick, Esq., 
Heathfield, Wilmslow, Manchester, aged 14, February 16. Left 

1895. 1 Donkin 

Wallace, John, younger son of Thomas Wallace, Esq., M.D., Howard 
Lodge, Newport Road, Cardiff, aged 14, March 18. Left 

1896. 2 Donkin 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A., 1900. A Medical Student at St. Thomas' Hospital. 
Home address, as above. 

Chalk, Charles Launder, only son of William Chalk, Esq., 2, Priory 
Gardens, Birkdale, Southport, aged 13, July 13. Left 1894. 3 Collins 

Lloyd, Herbert Fetherston, elder son of George Herbert Lloyd, Esq., 
(o.R. 1864), Maney House, Sutton Coldfield, aged 13, January 15. 
Left 1897. 1 Collins 

A Mechanical Engineer. Of Coleshill Lodge, Sutton Coldfield. 

Ryley, Herbert Frank Brownlow, only son of . Major Frank Eyley, 
(O.R. 1862), Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, aged 13, September 
11. Leftl895. 1 Collins 

Gazetted to the North Lancashire Regiment 1899. 

Bayly, Robert, third son of Robert Bayly, Esq., Torr Grove, Plymouth, 
aged 13, November 13. Left 1897. 2 Michell 

New College, Oxford, B.A., 1900. Called to the Bar 1903. Of 45, Connaught 
Square, London, W. Union Club. 

Bennett, Charles Stewart, third son of Henry Mellor Bennett, Esq., Grove 
House, Twickenham, aged 15, April 29. Left 1893. 2 Michell 



Percival, 1887-95. 189 



Farrant, Henry, eldest spa of Major Henry Cecil Binsteed Farrant, Loyal 
North Lancashire Regiment, aged 13, November 19. Left 
1896. 2 Michell 

VIII. 1896. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1899. A Civil Engineer. Of 
Brook Heath, Sarisbury, Southampton. Union Club. 

Hall, Ernest Byfield, second son of John Hall, Esq., The Grange, Hale, 
Altriucham, aged 14, November 23. Left 1896. 2 Michell 

A Tea Merchant from 1896. Of The Grange, Hale, Altrincham. 

Swan, Percival, fourth son of Joseph Wilson Swan, Esq., F.R.S., 
Lauriston, Bromley, Kent, aged 13, September 16. Left 
1896. 1 Michell 

Engineering Pupil 1897-99. King's College, Cambridge, B.A., 1902. Holds an 
appointment as Steelwork Assistant under London County Council Of 
58, Holland Park, London, W. 

Lawson, Alexander Henry Drummond, only son of Alexander Lawson, 
Esq., The Grange, Ashton-on-Mersey, aged 14, November 3. 
Left 1894 3 Steel 

Admitted a Solicitor 1899. Address, as above. 

Rogers, Walter Lacy Yea, second son of the late Walter Lacy Rogers, Esq., 
Ranscombe,Pusey, Wilts, aged 13, September 20. Left 1897. 2 Steel 

XV. 1896. XI. 1897. Trinity College, Oxford, B.A., 1903. Gazetted to Royal 
Field Artillery 1900. B.H.A. 1902. 

Smith, Eustace John, elder son of the Rev. Frederick John Smith, 
28, Norham Gardens, Oxford, aged 15, June 9. Left 1894. 1 Steel 

Balliol College, Oxford, 1899. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1900. 

Lawrence, Harry Llewellyn, younger son of Mr. Alfred James Lawrence, 
(O.R. 159), Rugby, aged 13, January 21. Left 1895. 2 Town 

An Auctioneer and Land Agent. Member of the Institute of Auctioneers. Of 
Sleaford, Lincolnshire. 

Ashton, Harold Edward, third son of the late Captain William Francis 
Ashton, (o.n. 1853), Rosedale, Worcester, aged 13, June 29. Left 
1893. 1 Donkin 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A., 1902. 

Osborne, James Bunbury Nott, fifth son of Patrick Hill Osborne, Esq., 
Karenza, Cheltenham, aged 13, May 14. Left 1894. 3 Donkin 

Served in the South African War 1899-1900 with the New South Wales 
Contingent. 

Tsaw Loo, Tsawbwa, second son of The Tsawbwa of Theebaw, Theebaw 
Myo, Northern Shan States, Upper Burma, aged 14, November 
12. Left 1892. 2 Town 

Trained for Military Command in the State, of which his brother is Tsawbwa or 
Ruler. 

Walton- Wilson, Christopher Thomas, younger son of John Wilson 
Walton- Wilson, Esq., Shotley Hall, Northumberland, aged 13, 
February 19. Left 1895. 1 Brooke 

At Keble College, Oxford, from January, 1901. Home address, as above. 

Onslow, Arthur William Macarthur, fourth son of the late Captain Arthur 
Alexander Walton Onslow, Camden Park, Menangle, New South 
Wales, aged 14, May 27. Left 1896. 1 Steel 

XV. 1895. Magdalen College, Oxford, Third Class Law 1899. B.A. 1901. Gazetted 
to the 16th Lancers 1900. Served in the South African War 1899-1900, and 1902 
Queen's Medal with three Clasps. Cavalry Club. 



190 Percival, 1887-95. 



Ouslow, Francis Arthur Macarthur, fifth son of the late Captain Arthur 
A. W. Onslow, Camden Park, Menangle, New South Wales, aged 
12, June 7. Left 1896. 1 Steel 

Served in the South African War in the New South Wales Lancers. 

Colville, John Ross, elder son of John Colville, Esq., Milrig, Galston, 
aged 14, April 12. Left 1896. 1 Brooke 

Magdalen College, Oxford, 1897-98. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1898. 
Served in the South African War 1900-02, including actions at Belfast and 
Lydenburg. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 
Of 4, Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh. Junior Naval and Military Club. 

Robertson, Divie Andrew, elder son of Colonel Wheatley Robertson, 
St. Clears, Great Malvern, aged 14, March 21. Left ]896. 3 Morice 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1892, 

Davenport, Henry Reginald, eldest son of Thomas Marriott Davenport, 
Esq , (O.K. 1856), Headington Hill, Oxford, aged 14, July 14. Left 
1897. 8 School 

Oriel College, Oxford, October, 1897. Died of typhoid fever in the Vacation 
10th January, 1900. ' 

Davenport, John Archibald, only son of John Davies Davenport, Esq., 
(O.K. 1854), 17, Kensington Park Gardens, Netting Hill, London, 
aged 14, August 14. Left 1897. 2 School 

XI. 1897. University College, Oxford, B. A., 1901. Gazetted to the Lancashire 
Fusiliers 1900. Home address, as above. 

Fergusson, Alan Walter John, third son of the Right Hon. Sir James 
Fergusson, Bart., M.P., (O.K. 1845), Kilkerrau, Maybole, N.B., 
aged 14, August 16. Left 1894. 2 School 

Ormerod, George Milner, eldest son of Joseph Arderne Ormerod, Esq., 
M.D., (O.K. 1862), 25, Upper Wimpole Street, London, aged 13, 
February 8. Left 1897. 1 School 

Queen's College, Oxford, 1897. Gazetted to Royal Artillery 1900. R.H.A. 1901. 
Home address, as above. 

Parsons, Alfred Woodis, fourth son of John Parsons, Esq , (O.K. 1848), 
Tubney House, Abingdon, aged 14, June 17. Left 1895. 3 School 
Gazetted to the 19th Hussars 1898. Served in the South African War 1899-1902, 
including actions at Rietfontein and Lombard's Kop, Defence of Ladysmith, 
actions at Laing's Nek, Belfast and Lydenberg. Despatches. Queen's Medal 
with four Clasps. 

Sawei'S, James, fifth son of the late Robert Orr Sawers, Esq., 7, St John's 
Park, Blackheath, London, aged 14, August 12. Left 1896. 1 School 

Served in the South African War, Lieutenant 2nd V.B. West Kent Regiment, 
1902. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 

Shand, William Jorie, younger son of Thomas Livingstone Reid Shand, 

Esq., Fawside, Bervie, N.B., aged 14, March 27. Left 1895. 3 School 

Gazetted to the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders 1899. Served in the South 

African War, and was attached to Damant's Horse 1901. Despatches. Killed in 

action at Tafelkop 20th December, 1901. 

Bosworth-Smith, Mervyn Henry, fifth son of Reginald Bosworth-Smith, 
Esq., The Knoll, Harrow, aged 14, July 31. Left 1896-* School 

Served with the Matabele Police in Rhodesia. Joined the Imperial Forces as 
Scout in the South African War. Invalided with typhoid fever. Partner in a 
Store at Makhalaneganes, Masera, Basutoland, from 1903. Home address, 
Bingham's Melcombe, Dorchester, Dorset. 

Temple, Frederick Charles, elder son of the Right Rev. Frederick Temple, 

Lord Bishop of London, afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury, 

Fulham Palace, London, aged 13, June 25. Left 1898. 2 School 

XV. 1897. Balliol College, Oxford, 1893-1900. Served in the South African War 

in the Imperial Yeomanry. Of 8, Keble Road, Oxford. 



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Barker, Cecil Charles, fourth son of Alfred Barker, Esq., Director of the 
Societe Ottoraane, Constantinople, aged 14, April 2. Left 
1897.* Whitelaw 

University College, Oxford, B.A., 1901. 

Behretis, Noel Edward, seventh son of Edward Behrens, Esq., The Oaks, 
. Fallowfield, Manchester, aged H, March 16. Leftl897- 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1892. Head of the School. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1897. Corpus 
Christi College, Oxford, B.A., 1903. Home Civil Service 1901. Treasury 1903. 
Of 79, Albert Hall Mansions, London, S.W. 

Francis, Arthur Bruce Charles, only son of Arthur Stopford Francis, Esq., 
(O.R. 1868), 2, Berkeley Street, Piccadilly, London, aged 13, May 25. 
Left 1898. 1 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1892. XV. 1895, 1896, 1897. In the Mounted Police, and A. B.C. to the 
Governor, Borneo. 

Jacomb-Hood, Walter George, third son of the lato John Kemp Jacomb- 
Hood, Esq , Broadwater House, Tunbridge Wells, aged 14, 
February 25. Left 1895. 3 Whitelaw 

Admitted a Solicitor 1901. Address, as above. 

Lees, Gerald Oscar, third son of William Lees, Esq., Claregate, Tettenhall, 
Wolverhampton, aged 15, May 30. Left 1894. 3 Whitelaw 

In business. Manager at Montreal of Mander Brothers, Wolverhampton. Home 
address, as above. 

Procter, Hawsthorne, elder son of Foster Wilfred Procter, Esq., (O.K. 1862), 
25, Elm Park Gardens, London, aged 14, January 17. Left 
1896 s Whitelaw 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1900. Admitted a Solicitor 1904. Address, as 

above. 

Shiell, John Anthony, second son of John Shiell, Esq., Solicitor. Dundee, 
aged 14, July 26. Left 1896.* Whitelaw 

University of Oxford, B.A., 1902. Of Cairney, Cupar, Fifeshire. 

Wllitaker, Norman Munn, youngest son of John Whitaker, Esq., Winsley 
Ball, Shrewsbury, aged 14, May 7. Left 1S96. 3 Whitelaw 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1897-1900. Gazetted to the 21st Lancers 1900. Home 
address, as above. Junior Naval and Military Club. 

Godman, Hubert, second son of Arthur Fitzpatrick Godman.Esq., Smeaton 
Manor, Northallerton, aged 14, September 15. Left 1896. 2 Morice 
A Land Agent at Guisborough. 

Grieve, William Robert, only son of Norman William Grieve, Esq., High 
Field, East Grinstead, Sussex, aged 14, May 18. Left 1895. 1 Morice 

Hepburn, John Patrick, elder son of Thomas Henry Hepburn, Esq., 

Bradninch, Cullompton, Devon, aged 13, October 13. Left 

1897. Morice 

Address, as above. 

Johnson, Reginald Tavernor, eldest son of Henry James Johnson, Esq., 
Bode Heath. Stoke on-Trent, aged 13, June 1. Left 1898. 2 Morice 

Lieutenant 1st V.B. North Staffordshire Regiment, and Hon. Lieutenant in 
Army. Served in the South African War 1901-02. Queen's Medal with three 
Clasps. 

Levinstein, Herbert, younger son of Ivan Levinstein, Esq., Hawkesmoor, 
Wilbraham Road, Fallowfield, Manchester, aged 15, February 2. 
Left 1895.3 Morice 

Address, as above. 

Payne, John Jasper, eighth son of Sir Salisbury Gillies Payne, Bart., 
(on. 1845), Blunham House, Sandy, Bedfordshire, aged 14, 
November 25. Left 1894. 3 Morice 

In business in Manchester from 1895. Union Club, Manchester. 



192 Percival, 1887-95. 

Sidebottom, Ralph Percival, eldest son of Ralph Yardley Sidebottom, Esq., 
(O.K. 1868), Alderley Edge, Cheshire, aged 14, February 10. Left 
1896.2 Morice 

Wilmot Sitwell, Arthur Trevor, fifth son of the Rev. Degge Wilmot 
Sitwell, (O.R. 1852), Leamington Hastings, aged 14, June 21. 
Leffc 1896 s Morice 

At the School of Mines, Freiburg, Germany, from 1901. 

Thompson, Basil, elder son of Bennett Thompson, Esq., 35, Leeson Park, 
Dublin, aged 14, July 1. Left 1890. 1 Morice 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A., 1900. Admitted a Solicitor 1900. Of 79, Pembroke 
Road, Dublin. 

Wells, Edward Glossop, eldest son of Rev. Edward Wells, West Dean 
Rectory, Salisbury, aged 13. October 13. Left 1897. 2 Morice 

Scholar 1892. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Second Class Moderations, 1899. 
B.A., Third Class History 1901. Assistant Master, Merchiston Castle School, 
Edinburgh, from 1903. Home address, as above. 

Bartlett, Charles Frederick Napier, third son of the late John Edward 
Hartlett, Esq., Peverel Court, Aylesbury, aged 14, April 12. Left 
1895. 2 Donkin 

Gazetted to Royal Berkshire Regiment 1900. 

Bmnton. Nigel William Montague, only son of James Brunton, Esq., 

Broomlands, Kelso, aged 14, June 23. Left 1895. 2 Donkin 

Gazetted to the 3rd Kings Own Scottish Borderers, Militia, Lieutenant 1901. 

Served in the South African War 1899-1902. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 

King's Medal with two Clasps. Address, as above. 

Butt, Glyn Kingsley, elder son of George Frederick Butt, Esq., Ingleside, 
Selwyn Road, Eastbourne, aged 13, October 31. Left 1894 3 Donkin 
Served in the South African War, C.I.V.. 1900. Despatches. Gazetted to the 
1st Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, 1902. Secunderabad 1904. 

Carmichael, Alastair Drummond, younger son of James Stewart 
Carmichael, Esq., Mayfield, Dundee, aged 13, October 4. Left 
1897- 8 Donkin 

VIII. 1897. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1900. Of Arthurstone, Meigle, 
Perthshire. 

Gowan, Hyde Clarendon, eldest son of Bowie Campbell Gowan, Esq., M.D., 
Ravendene, Stanmore, Middlesex, aged 14, July 4. Left 
1897. 2 Donkin 

Scholar 1892. XV. 1896. Scholar of New College, Oxford, 1897. First Class 
Classical Moderations 1899. B.A., Second Class Final Classics 1901. Indian 
Civil Service 1902. Assistant Commissioner, Central Provinces, Nagpur, India. 

de Havilland, Ivon Molesworth Charles Jason, eldest son of Rev. Charles 
de Havilland, Abbey Vicarage, Nuneaton, aged 13, April 9. Left 
1896. 1 Donkin 

An Electrical Engineer, and Associate of the Institution, 1900. Home address, 
Crux Easton, Whitchurch, Hants. 

Deighton, William Christopher, third son of the late Christopher Deighton, 
Esq., M.D., Clapham, Yorkshire, aged 14, October 11. Left 
1894 2 . Donkin 

An Electrical Engineer. Address, Elmsfield, Milnthorpe, Westmoreland. 

O'Hanlon, Alfred, third son of William O'Hanlon, Esq., Westthorpe, 
Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 14, May 22. Left 1896. 8 Donkin 

Rivington, William Geoffrey, only son of William John Rivington, Esq., 
(O.R. 1859), 21, Gledhow Gardens, S. Kensington, aged 13, October 
27. Left 1896 2 . Donkin 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1899, M.A. 1903. Address, as above. 



Percival, 1887-95. 193 



Cartwright, Thomas William, eldest son of William Thomas Cartwright, 
Esq., 7, Newcastle Drive, Nottingham, aged 14, June 9. Left 
1895. 3 Collins 

Scholar 1892. Admitted a Solicitor 1901. Practising at Nottingham. 

Cartwright, George Ambrose, second son of the above W. T. Cartwright, 
Esq., aged 13, September 12. Left 1897*. Collins 

Innes, Sydney Armitage, third son of the late Alexander Innes, Esq., 
Cowie House, Stonehaven, aged 13, April 24, Left 1896. 3 Collins 

Sandhurst 1897. Gazetted to the Black Watch 1898. Served in the South African 
War 1899-1900. Wounded at Magersfontein. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 

James, Christian Wilfred, only son of Christian Hugh Septimus James, 
Esq., Rudchester, Wyburn-on-Tyne, aged 13, March 1. Left 
1897. 3 Collins 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1900. Served in the South African War 1901-02. 
Retired 1903. Address, as above. 

Peel. Reginald, elder son of Frederic Peel, Esq., (O.K. 1862), Cheynehurst, 
Beckenham. Kent, aged 13, December 9. Left 1895. 3 Collins 

In the Survey Department, North Bast Rhodesia. Address, Port Jameson, 
N.E. Rhodesia. 

Woodcock, Hugh Frazer Holme, second son of Edward Holme Woodcock. 
Esq., (o.u. 1859), Wigan, aged 14, August 7. Left 1895 s . Collins 

Amphlett, Richard Ferrand, elder son of Richard Holmden Amphlett, 
Esq., K.C., Wychbold Hall, Droitwich, aged 13, September 6. 
Left 1898*. Michell 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A., 1902. Address, as above. 

de la Condamine, Robert Coutart, only son of the late Robert Coutart de 
la Condamine, Esq., 14, Prince Arthur Road, Hampstead, aged 14, 
November 6. Left 1893. 3 Michell 

Address, Bromley, Kent. 

Ogilvie, Douglas Graeme, eldest son of Arthur Graeme Ogilvie, Esq.., 
(O.K. 1864), 8, Grove End Road, St. John's Wood, London, aged 13, 
March 31. Left 1897. 2 Michell 

Scholar 1893. Trinity College, Cambridge, October, 1897. B.A., First Class 
Mechanical Engineering Tripos 1900. Died from the result of an accidental 
explosion in a Laboratory 16th December, 1900. 

Staniland, Meaburn, elder son of Robert William Staniland, Esq., 
(O.K. 1855), Boston, Lincolnshire, aged 12, December 5. Left 
1895. 3 Michell 

Admitted a Solicitor 1903. Of Hussey House, Boston. 

Stobart, John Clarke, younger son of Rev. William James Stobart, 
St. Augustine's Vicarage, Bermondsey, London, aged 14, March 5. 
Left 1897. 2 Stallard Michell 

Scholar 1892. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1897. Scholar of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, 1897. Bell Scholar. B.A., First Class Classical Tripos 1901. Assistant 
Master at Merchant Tailors' School from 1902. Royal Societies Club. 

WilsOHt Evelyn Rockley, fifth son of Rev. William Reginald Wilson, 
Bolsterstone Vicarage, Sheffield, aged 13, March 25. Left 

1898. 1 Michell 

Scholar 1893. Head of the School. XI. 1895, 1896, 1897. Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A., Second Class Classical Tripos 1901. Assistant Master at 
Winchester College from 1903. 

Wood Smith, Henry Stephen, younger son of Robert Wood Smith, Esq., 
11, Earl's Court Square, London, aged 13, January 16. Left 

1894. 2 Michell 
Of Wallington, Norfolk. 

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jft 1896. 3 isrooKe 

Address, as above. 

Coles, Philip Bartlett, younger son of the Rev. John Jefferis Bartlett Coles, 

Crescent House, Rugby, aged 13, March 7. Left 1898. 2 Town-Brooke 

Scholar of Hertford College, Oxford, 1898, First Class Classical Moderations, 1900, 

B.A., Third Class Final Classics, 1902. A Master at Hartford House School, 

Winchfield, Hants. 

Heron, Montagu Freeman, son of Henry Heron, and ward of Thomas 
Arnold Wise, Esq., (O.K. 1873), Oakfield, Rugby, aged 13, December 
12. Town 

Died at School, November 5, 1892. 

Menneer, Edgar Arthur, fourth son of Nicholas Tonkin Menneer, Esq., 
Coombe Hurst, Torquay, aged 1 4. June 7. Left 1 895.* Brooke 

Scholar 1892. Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1805. Scholar of Corpus Christi 
College, Oxford, 1897, B.A., First Class Final Classics, 1899, M.A. 1902. Assistant 
Master at Cheltenham College, 1900-03, and at Royal Naval College, Osborne, 
from 1903. 



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Pearson, Herbert Gray hurst, second son of Sir Charles John Pearson, 
7, Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh, aged 14, August 5. Left 
1897. 1 Brooke 

Scholar 1892. XV. 1895, 1896. In Calcutta 1904. 

Rogerson, William Drought, elder son of Colonel William Rogerson, 
Gilbesbie, Locherbie, aged 14, May 26. Left 1896. 1 Brooke 

Sinclair, Thomas Charles, eldest son of Thomas Sinclair, Esq., Hopefield, 
Belfast, aged 13, May 18. Left 1897 2 Brooke 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, October, 1897. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 
1900. Home address, as above. 

Wingate-Saul, Arthur Wingate, third son of William Wingate Wingate- 
Saul, Esq., M.D., Fenton-Cawthorne House, Lancaster, aged 15, 
August 7. Left 1894. 3 Brooke 

With the Barrow Shipbuilding Company, 1895, and afterwards at King's College, 
London. A Civil and Mechanical Engineer. Of The End House, Gisburn, 
Yorkshire. 

Maffey, John Loder, younger son of Mr. Thomas Maffey, New Street, 
Rugby, aged 15, July 1. Left 1896. 2 Town 

XI. 1896. Scholar of Christ Church, Oxford, 1896, B.A. 1900. Indian Civil 
Service, 1899. Assistant Magistrate, Saharanpur, United Provinces, India. ,,^^ 

Coates, Thomas Linnaeus, eighth son of Edward Coates, Esq., Selbourne, 
Church Fields, South Woodford, Essex, aged 15, July 18. 
Left 1893. 3 Stallard 

Scholar 1892. 

Lavy, Ernest Edward, fifth son of Charles Lavy, Esq., 26, Highbury Grove, 
London, aged 14, October 19. Left 1895. 2 Stallard 

Vaughan, Frederick Clifford, only son of Frederick Vaughan, Esq., 
Solicitor, Bute Docks, Cardiff, aged 14, Jan. 24. Left 1895. 2 Stallard 

Studied in France and Switzerland. London University, 1897. Admitted a 
Solicitor, 1902. Of Rosetta, Stow Park, Newport, Monmouthshire. 

Peachell, Frederick Harry, eldest son of George Joseph Peachell, Esq., 
Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe, aged 17, June 28. 
Left 1894. 3 Donkin 

King's College, Cambridge, B.A., 1st Junior Optime, 1897. Senior Mathematical 
Master at Blackburn Grammar School, from 1903. 

Morcom, Norman Alfred, second son of Alfred Morcom, Esq., Trelawne, 
24, Augustus Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, aged 14, April 26. 
Left 1896 s Steel 

Royal Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill, 1896-99. Irrigation Service, 
Alexandria, Egypt. Turf Club, Cairo. 

Gary-Barnard, Hubert Vyel Juan, third son of Charles Gary-Barnard, 
Esq., (o.n. 1841), 96, Marina, St. Leonards-on-Sea, aged 14, March 
26, Left 1894. 2 Collins 

Hutchison, Charles Stuart, eldest son of the Rev. Robert Hutchison, 

Woodeaton Rectory, Oxford, aged 14, Sept. 1 1 . Left 1896. 3 Brooke 

Scholar of Oriel College, Oxford, 1897, Second Class Classical Moderations, 1899, 

B.A., Third Class Final Classics, 1901. Assistant Master at King Edward's 

School, Norwich, from 1902. 

Tinn, Farquhar Gray, elder son of George Tinn, Esq., Bristol Iron Works, 
Bristol, aged 13, September 25. Left 1893. 1 Town 

In business. Address, 9, Ruthven Street, Glasgow. 

Webster, Alexander McCallum, only son of the late Alexander McCallum 
Webster, C.S.I., Invercrevan, Ledaig, N.B., aged 14, April 8. 
Left 1896.' Steel 

Gazetted to the North Lancashire Regiment, 1898. Served in the South African 
War, Ib99-1902, defence of Kimberley. Despatches. Queen's Medal with three 
Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 



196 Percival, 1887-95. 



ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1893. 

Curtis-Hayward, Reginald, second son of Arthur Cecil Curtis-Hayward, 
Esq., 27, Chancery Lane, London, aged 13, January 26. Left 

1897. 1 School 

Racquets 1897. Admitted a Solicitor, 1903. Of Didcombe, Longton Avenue, 
Sydenham, 

Ball-Acton, Vere Annesley, third son of Colonel Charles Ball Acton, (O.K. 
1842), The Blanquettes, Worcester, aged 13, April 22. Left 

1894. 2 Whitelaw 

Gazetted to the Oxfordshire Light Infantry, 1899. Served in the South African 
War, 1899-1900, and was killed at Paardeberg, 16-18 February, 1900. 

Twist, Ernest Frederick, eldest son of Frederick Twist, Esq., Dalecote, 
Coventry, aged 14, April 27. Left 1895. 1 Whitelaw 

Gazetted to the 13th Hussars, 1898. Served in the South African War, 1899-1902. 
Queen's Medal with five Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Courtauld, Richard Minton, fifth son of George Courtauld, Esq., Cut Hedge, 
Halstead, Essex, aged 14, April 15. Left 1896. 8 Morice 

Pembroke College, Cambridge, B.A. 1900. A Medical Stndent. Of Cut Hedge, 
Gosfield, Halstead, Essex. 

Mitchell- Withers, George, fifth son of John Brightmore Mitchell-Withers, 
Esq., Parkhead, Sheffield, aged 14, Nov. 16. Left 1896. 1 Morice 

In business, Abercromby Square, Liverpool. 

Clark, Edward Stuart, elder son of Edwin Stanley Clarke, Esq., Oak 
Alyn, near Wrexham, aged 15, Sept. 28. Left 1895. 2 Donkin 

A Mining Engineer. Address, as above. 

Cock, James Harold, eldest son of James Cock, Esq., Ridgebourne, Shrew- 
bury, aged 14, September 16. Left 1894. 3 Donkin 

In business. Address, as above. 

Rait, Walter Garnet, only son of Lieut.-Colonel Rait, C.B., Arniston, 
Arbroath, N.B., aged 14, November 16. Left 1897. 2 Donkin 

Gazetted to the King's Own Scottish Borderers August, 1898. Served in the 
South African War 1899-1900. Died of enteric fever at Wynberg 22nd June, 1900. 

Shelmerdine, Nathaniel, elder son of Rev. Nathaniel Shelmerdine, 
(O.K. 1868), Great Comberton Rectory, Pershore, aged 14, January 
14. Leftl897. 2 Donkin 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A., Third Class Theological School, 1901. Address, as 
above. 

Ager, Richard Lester Stride, only son of Richard Stride Ager, Esq., 
2, Duke Street, Bedford, aged 14, November 11. Left 1897. Collins 

Scholar 1893. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1897. Scholar of Corpus Christi 
College, Oxford, 1896. B.A. 1902. Assistant Master at Bishops Stortford College 
from 1901. 

Cobb, Francis Harold, third son of Francis Marsden Cobb, Esq., Margate, 
aged 13, May 10. Left 1897. 1 Collins 

XV. 1896. In business as a Brewer at Margate. 

Schwabe, Septimus Burdett, youngest son of Henry Albert Schwabe, Esq., 
Dingle Bank, Lymm, Cheshire, aged 14, August 4. Left 
1894. 2 Collins 

Served in the South African War with 3rd Cheshire Yeomanry 1901, and was 
afterwards in Baden-Powell'* Police. Has remained in South Africa. 

Fleischmann, Friedrich Noel Ashcroft, elder son of Friedrich Christian 
Karl Fleischmann, Esq., 11, Collingham Gardens, South 
Kensington, aged 14, August 28. Left 1897.* Michell 

Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A., First Class Natural Science, 1901. Address, as 
above. 



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Schiele, Arthur Bernhard, second son or Edward Constantine Schiele, Esq., 
Villa San Gustavo, La Paz, Entre-Rios, Argentina, aged 14, April 
10. Left 1895. 3 Michell 

Johnson-Houghton, Harold Ben, second son of John Johnson- Houghton, 
Esq., Westwood, Neston, Cheshire, aged 14, October 9. Left 
1896. 3 Steel 

Walker, Thomas Wilbraham, elder son of Thomas Walker, Esq., Two 
Gates, Altrincham, Cheshire, aged 14, November 23. Left 
1894. 1 Stallard 

Farming. Address, 6, Bank Street, Manchester. 

Bayliss, Howard John, younger son of Thomas Richard Bayliss, Esq., 
Belmont, Northfield, near Birmingham, aged 14, November 11. 
Left 1893.* Steel 

Henty, Arthur Frank, elder son of Arthur Henty, Esq., (O.K. 1862), Broad- 
water Hall, Worthing, aged 14, March 15. Left 1896. * School 
Gazetted to the Middlesex Regiment 1900. 

Cockerell, Laurence Homan Mulock Pepys, third son of Mrs. Cockerel!, 
Chilham, Canterbury, and the late Frederick Pepys Cockerell, 
Esq., aged 14, October 15. Left 1896. 2 Brooke 

Sandhurst 1896. Gazetted to the Royal Berkshire Regiment 1898. Served in 
the South African War 1899-1900. Despatches. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 
Served in Northern Nigeria and Arc Expedition 1900-02. Severely wounded. 
Medal with Clasp. Egyptian Army 1903. 

Medhurst, Walter Cope, eldest son of Walter Cope Medhurst, Esq., 
National Provincial Bank House, Rugby, aged 13, July 11. Left 
1897. 1 Town 

In the National Provincial Bank of England from 1897. Brighton Branch 1900. 
Of 33, St. Andrew's Road, Portslade-by-Sea, Sussex. 

BOSS, Arthur Murray, second son of Henry Thomas Ross, Esq., I.C.S., 
Madras Presidency, India, aged 13, March 9. Left 1897. 3 Town 

VIII. 1896, 1897. Gazetted to the West York Regiment 1899. Served in the 
South African War 1899-1902. Slightly wounded. Relief of Ladysmith, actions 
of Colenso, Vaal Krautz, and Pieters Hill. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. 

Morris Davies, James George, eldest son of Morris Davies, Esq., (O.K. 1857), 
Ffosrhydgaled, Aberystwith, and 12, Hillmorton Road, Rugby, 
aged 13, April 25. (Admitted in March, 1893.) Left 1898. 2 Town 

A Land Agent. Address, Troy House, Rugby. 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1893. 

White, Henry Herbert Ronald, only son of Major-General White, Talgarth 
Hall, Machynlleth, North Wales, aged 14, February 9. Left 
1896. 3 School 

Sandhurst 1896. Gazetted to the 60th Rifles 1898. Served in the South African 
War 1901-1902 with the Mounted Infantry. Serving in the Somaliland Campaign 
1903-1904. Severely wounded. 

Heape, Bernard, only son of Joseph Robert Heape, Esq., Glebe House, 
Rochdale, aged 14, April 28. Left 1898. 2 Whitelaw 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A., 1901. Address, as above. 

Seabroke, Claude, younger son of George Mitchell Seabroke, Esq., 
(O.K. 1863), Rugby, aged 14, November 7. Left 1897. 2 Whitelaw 
Admitted a Solicitor 1903. Address, Rosemount, Rugby. 

Holland, Walter Willoughby, eldest son of Walter Holland, Esq./Carnatic 
Hall, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, aged 14, July 30. Left 1896. 3 Morice 
In business as a Shipowner in Liverpool. 



198 Percival, 1887-95. 

Marsden, Harold Ross, only son of Joseph Marsden, Esq., Horton Street, 
Rugby, aged 13, May 5. Left 1895. 1 Morice 

Bivington, Edmund Eustace, younger son of Septimus Rivington, Esq., 
Kilmeny, Arterberry Road, Wimbledon, aged 13, August 18. 
Left 1898. 2 Morice 

New College, Oxford, October, 1898, Second Class History, 1902. Entered the 
Family Publishing Firm 1903. Address, as above. 

Barnett, Samson Frazer, elder son of Samson Barnett, Esq., 1, Courtney 
Terrace, Hove, aged 14, June 15. Left 1896. 8 Donkin 

Clarke, Ernest Joseph, fifth son of T. Clarke, Esq., Allerton Hall, Liver- 
pool, aged 14, March 21. Left 1896. 2 Donkin 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1900. Address, as above. 

Tremearne, Richard Hastings, third son of Shirley Newman Tremearne, 
Esq., late Assistant Registrar, High Street, Calcutta, aged 13, 
July 16. Left 1894. 1 Donkin 

5th Royal Warwickshire Militia. Served in the South African War, and died of 

enteric fever, 14 April, 1902. 

Stringer, Howard Selwyn, second son of Edwin Henry Stringer, Esq., 
Edgbaston Hall, Birmingham, aged 1 3, J uly 4. Left 1895. 8 Collins 

Address, as above. 

Vachell, Arthur Cadogan, only son of Ivor Vachell, Esq., Park Place, 
Cardiff, aged 14, June 6. Left 1896. 1 Collins 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1901. Of The Grange, Wenvoe, Glamorganshire. 

Agnew, John Stuart, elder son of George William Agnew, Esq., (O.K. 
1865), Gorsefield, Pendleton, Manchester, aged 13, September 16. 
Left 1897. 8 Michell 

Scott, John Willoughby, youngest son of the Hon. Mr. Justice John Scott, 
Cairo, aged 14, January 25. Left 1895. 8 Michell 

Woolwich 1895. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1897. Served in the South 
African War, 1899-1900, and 1902. Despatches. Queen's Medal, and King's 
Medal with five Clasps. Rawul Pindi, 1904. 

Corry, Herbert William, third son of John Corry, Esq., Park Hill Road, 
Croydon, aged 14, July 14. Left 1896. s Steel 

A Shipowner. Of Rosenheim, Croydon. 

Usmar, Rupert Grant, eldest son of John Henry Usmar, Esq , Heather 
Lodge, Barnes Common, Surrey, aged 14, June 6. Left 1895. 3 Steel 
In business, 22, Billiter Street, London, E.O. 

Vaughan, Walter Frederick Hamilton, only son of Walter Filmer Vaughan, 
Esq., Legacy Duty Office, Somerset House, London, aged 14, 
March 1. Left 1893. 8 Steel 

Jager, Bertram Maurice, second son of George Jager, Esq., jun., Lingdale, 
Birkenhead, aged 13, February 15. Left 1895. 2 Brooke 

Address, as above. 

Thomas, Henry Evan Patishali, only son of Lieut.- Colonel Henry Evan 
Patishall Thomas, (o.u. 1858), Rugby, aged 13, July 27. Left 
1897. 3 Town 

Sandhurst 1898. Gazetted to the East Yorkshire Regiment, 1900. Served in the 
South African War, 1900-02, including actions at Houtnek, Biddulphsberg, and 
Wittebergen. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Young 1 , Frederick William, eldest son of Mr. Joseph Young, Elm Cottage, 
Hillmorton Road, Rugby, aged 13, July 30. Left 1896. 1 Town 

A Contractor at Rugby. Address, as above. 



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Wanstall, Hugh Cotterill, eldest son of the late Rev. Richard Cotterill 

Wanstall, Condover Rectory, Shrewsbury, aged 15, September 16. 

Left, 1896.= Town 

Keble College, Oxford, B A. 1899, M.A. 1903. Assistant Master, Lower School of 

Lawrence Sheriffe, 1899-1903. Leeds Clergy School, 1903. Home address, 

Broughton House, Rugby. 

Hartley, Walter Edward Thomson, only son of Edward Thomson Hartley, 
Esq., School House, Skipton in-Craven, Yorkshire, aged 14, 
October4. Left 1896. 1 Stallard 

Kingan, Wm. Sinclair, elder son of Samuel Kingan, Esq , Glenganagh, 
Bangor, Co. Down, aged 16, December 6. Left 1895. 8 Brooke 
In business from 1898. Address, as above. 

Neilson, Thomas Paterson, second son of George Neilson, Esq , Crosbasket, 
Blantyre, N.B., aged H, August 19. Left 1895. 3 Brooke 

Wason, Eugene Monier, third son of Eugene Wason, Esq., M.P., (o R. 1861), 
Blair, Girvan, N.B., aged 14, April 28. Left 1894 1 School 

Bankes, John Herbert, only son of Thomas Bankes, Esq., llnncorn, Weston, 
Cheshire, aged 14, February 3. Left 1896. 2 Brooke 

Knowles, Guy John Fenton, second son of C. J. Knowles. Esq., Lindwood 
House, Cottesmore Gardens, Victoria Road, Kensington, London, 
aged 13, July 1. Left 1898. 1 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1893. Scholar of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class 
Natural Science Tripos 1901. Of Park Lodge, Albert Gate, London, S.W. 

Little, Eric Archibald, younger son of James Little, Esq., M.D., 
14, St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, aged 13, October 12. Left 
1897.* School 

Trinity College, Dublin, M.A. and LL.D. Address, as above. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1893. 

Chatwin, Greville Augustus Francis Mason, only son of Francis Augustus 
Chatwin, Esq., Russell Terrace, Leamington, aged 12, March 6. 
Left 1900. 2 School 

Scholar 1893. Head of the School. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1900. Scholar 
of Trinity College, Oxford, 1900. First Class Classical Moderations 1902. Home 
address, as above. 

Crawley-Boevey, Charles Arthur, elder son of James Henry Crawley- 
Boevey, Esq., 25, West Cromwell Road, Kensington, London, 
aged 13, December 8. Left 1897. 1 School 

Gazetted to the Middlesex Regiment 1900. Woolwich 1904. 

Grenside, Harold Cutcliffe, third son of Henry Nicholas Grenside, Esq., 
Brockhurst, South End, Beckenham, Kent, aged 13, January 9. 
Left 1899.* School 

Scholar 1893. XI. 1898, 1899. Exhibitioner of Trinity College, Oxford, 1899. 
B.A. 1902. Of Ringwood, Beckenham, Kent. 

Holford, Charles Frederick, fourth son of Thomas Holford, Esq., Castle 
Hill, Buckland Newton, Dorset, aged 14, September 2. Left 
1896.* School 

XV. 1896. Woolwich 1897. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1898. R.H.A. 1901. 
Served in the South African War 1899-1902. Dangerously wounded. Relief of 
Ladysmith, and action at Colenso. Despatches. D.S.O. Of Kemberton Hall, 
Shifnal. Cavalry Club. 

Lucas, Keith, second son of Francis Robert Lucas, Esq., Forest Row, 
Sussex, aged 14, March 8. Left 1898. 2 School 

Scholar 1893. VIII. 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1901. 



200 Percival, 1887-95. 



Mayhew, Evelyn Hill, only son of the Rev. Caleb Baskett Mayhew, Loddon 
Vicarage, Norfolk, aged 13, November 7. Left 1898. 2 School 

Crick 1897. Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1902. A Medical Student, 
London Hospital, 1902. Home address, as above. 

Oppenheim, George Emil, third son of Siegraund Oppenheim, Esq., 
York House, Oxford Eoad, Manchester, aged 13, November 6. 
Leftl898. 2 School 

XV. 1897. In the Shipping Trade. Of Parkfield, Didsbury. 

Ormerod, Edward Waring, second son of Joseph Arderne Ormerod, Esq., 
M.D., (O.B. 1862), 25, Upper Wimpole Street, London, W., aged 13, 
May 18. Left 1899. 2 School 

Queen's College, Oxford, October, 1899. 

Rawlinson, Hugh Augustus, second son of Mrs. Rawlinson, and the late 
Captain Edward Cuthbert Brooks Rawlinson, Upton Park, Slough, 
aged 14, December 18. Left 1896. 3 School 

Trinity College, Cambrige, B.A. 1900. 

Watson, Forrester Colvin, second son of Mrs. Watson, and the late William 
Farnell Watson, Little Hookesley Hall, Colchester, aged 15, July 
26. Left 1895. 1 School 

Gazetted to the 7th Dragoon Guards, 1900. Served in the South African War, 
1900-01. Queen's Medal with four Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Webb, Harold Edward, eldest son of Edward Alfred Webb, Esq., Cookham 
Dene, Chislehurst, aged 15, July 29. Left 1895- 2 School 

Director of Evans, Sons, Lescher and Webb, London and Liverpool. Address, 
as above. 

Webb, Geoffrey Fuller, second son of the above Edward Alfred Webb, 
Esq., aged 14, August 5. Left 1897. 2 School 

Apprenticed to C. E. Kempe, (O.K.), Artist and Designer, 1899-1902. In that 
profession from 1902. Address, as above. 

Whitfield, George Arthur, eldest son of William Henry Whitfield, Esq., 
Abbotsford, Woodside, Wimbledon, aged 14, May 25. Left 
1898. 2 School 

Solicitor 1904. Of 7, Darlaston Road, Wimbledon. 

Wilson, Basil, fourth son of Charles Eustace Wilson, Esq., Durban House, 
East Ham, Essex, aged 14, November 5. Left 1897. 3 School 

Articled to a Solicitor. Of 20, Basinghall Street, London, E.G., and as above. 

Cobb, William Grahame, fifth son of Henry Peyton Cobb, Esq., M.P., 
Wealdstone House, R.S.O., Middlesex, aged 15, September 23. 
Left 1897. 2 Whitelaw 

XI. 1896, 1897. A Medical Student, Edinburgh, from 1902. Home address, as above. 

Burton, Richard, only son of Lady Buckley, and the late Arthur Jackson 
Burton, Plas, Dinas Mawddwy, aged 14, March 10. Left 
1895. 2 Whitelaw 

Knox-Little, Walter Laurence Wood, fourth son of the Rev. Canon 
William John Knox-Little, The College, Worcester, aged 15, 
September 4. Leftl897. 2 Whitelaw 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1897. Served in the South African War in the Bucks 
Yeomanry. Address, Cleveland, near Johannesburg, South Africa. 

Luther, Alan Charles Grenville, second son of M. Fletcher Luther, Esq., 
8, Adelaide Crescent, Brighton, aged 13, September 17. Left 
1898. 2 Whitelaw 

XI. 1897, 1893. Racquets 1898. Sandhurst 1898. Gazetted to King's Own 
Yorkshire Light Infantry 1899. Served in the South African War 1899-1902, 
including actions at Belmont, Enslin, Modder Eiver, and Magersfontein. 
Queen's Medal with four Clasps. Home address, as above. 



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Procter, Christopher John, younger son of Foster Wilfred Procter, Esq., 
(O.K. 1862), 25, Elm Park Gardens, London, S.W., aged 14, August 
3. Left 1895. 3 Whitelaw 

Scott, John Russell, second son of Charles Prestwich Scott, Esq., The 
Firs, Fallowfield, Manchester, aged 14, July 12. Left 

1898. 2 Whitelaw 

Crick 1898. Minor Exhibitioner 1898. Trinity College, Cambridge, B. A., 1901. 
An Engineer. 

Sidgwick, Frank, elder son of Arthur Sidgwick, Esq., (O.K. 1853), 
64, Woodstock Road, Oxford, aged 14, July 7. Left 1898. 2 Whitelaw 

Trinity College, Cambridge, Chancellor's Medal for English Verse 1900, B A. 1901. 
Partner in a Publishing Firm 1902. Of 47, Great Russell Street, London, W.C. 

Simon, Ernest Emil Darwin, second son of Henry Gustav Victor Herman 
Amandus Simon, Esq., Darwin House, Didsbury, aged 13, 
October 9. Left 1898. 2 Whitelaw 

VIII. 1898. Scholar of Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1898. First Class Mechanical 
Science Tripos 1901. Of Lawnhurst, Didsbury. 

Crofton, Morgan George, younger son of Mrs. Crofton and the late Captain 
Edward Hugh Orofton, East Hill House, Colchester, aged 13, 
November 27. Left 1898. 2 Morice 

Gazetted to the Lancashire Fusiliers 1899. Trish Guards 1901. 2nd Life Guards 
1903. Served in the South African War 1899-1900. Severely wounded at Spion 
Kop. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. Succeeded his brother as Sixth Baronet 
1902. Of Woodside Lodge, Marchwood, Southampton. Marlborough Club. 

Geddes, John, eldest son of Alexander Geddes, Esq., Blairmore, Huntley, 
N.B., aged 14, November 6. Left 1896. 3 Morice 

XV. 1896. Address, as above. 

Hunter, Hugh Nathaniel, fourth son of Curling Hunter, Esq., Purley 
Lodge, Boscombe, Bournemouth, aged 13, May 9. Left 1899. 1 Morice 

XV. 1897, 1898. 

Lane, Charles Cyril Pelham, second son of Charles Pelham Lane, Esq., 
(OR. 1866), Moundsley Hall, Kings Norton, aged 14, August 19. 
Left 1898. 2 Morice 

University College, Oxford, B.A., 1902. Address, as above. 

Thompson, Couway Bennet, younger son of Bennet Thompson, Esq., 35, 
Leeson Park, Dublin, aged 13, February 16. Left 1896. 1 Morice 

Gazetted to the Middlesex Regiment, 1900. Served in the South African War, 
1899-1902. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Berkeley-Hill, Owen Alfred Rowland, third son of Mrs. Berkeley-Hill and 

the late M. Berkeley-Hill, M.D., Mount Pleasant, Harrow-on-the- 

Hill, aged 13, December 22. Left 1897. 3 Donkin 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1902. Address, 59, Gloucester Terrace, London, W. 

Gribbon, William Lancaster, elder son of Walter Gait Gribbon, Esq., 
Combe Lea, Kingston Lea, Surrey, aged 14, April 23. Left 

1895. 3 Donkin 
Musgrave, Jonathan Firth, younger son of James Musgrave, Esq., jun., 

Knowsley Grange, Heaton, near Bolton, aged 14, Sept. 1. Left 
1898. 2 Donkin 

Studied in Hanover, 1899-1900. In business as a Cotton Spinner from 1900. 
Address, as above. Auxiliary Forces Club. 

Brentnall, Harold Cresswell, only son of Thomas Brentnall, Esq., 27, 
Sackville Street, Manchester, aged 14, July 16, Left 1898 2 Collins 

Scholar 1893. Head of the School. Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1898. Scholar 
of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1902. Of Bowdon, Cheshire. 
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202 Percival, 1887-95. 



Daniell, Cecil Norman, elder son of Edward Cecil Daniell, Esq., 40, Queen's 
Gardens, Lancaster Gate, London, W., aged 13, May 30. 
Left 1898. 2 Collins 

Scholar 1893. Major Exhibitioner, 1898. 

Dixon, Herbert, fourth son of Sir Daniel Dixon, Knight, Bally menock, 
Holywood, Co. Down, aged 13, Jan. 23. Left 1898. 3 Collins 

XV. 1896, *1S9T, *1898. Gazetted to the 6th Dragoons, 1900. Served in the South 
African War, 1901-02. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 

Goff, Thomas Crosbie, eldest son of John Crosbie Gofll, Esq., Clonard, 
Killiney, Co. Dublin, aged 13, December 19. Left 1897. 3 Collins 

Woolwich 1898. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1899. Served in the South 
African War, 1899-1900. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. Junior Army and 
Navy Club. 

Hendriks, William Chaises, elder son of Augustus Hendriks, Esq., 198, 
Earls Court Road, London, S.W., aged H, July 6. Leftl895. 3 Colliins 
Gazetted to the Middlesex Regiment, 1900. Served in the South African War, 
1902. Qneen's Medal with three Clasps. 

Marks, Oscar Sydney, third son of David Marks, Esq., 4, Cornwall 
Mansions, South Kensington, London, aged 13, December 26. 
Left 'I897. 3 Collins 

A Mining Engineer, and Associate, Royal School of Mines, South Kensington^ 
At Sydney, New South Wales, 1904. 

Singh. Shumshere (Kanwar), third son of Kanwar Sir Harnam Singh, 
K.O.I.E., of Kassurthala, aged 14, June 21. Left 1897. 1 Collins 

XI. 1896. XV. 1896. Pembroke College, Cambridge, B.A. 1900. Medical Student, 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, E.G. Address, St. Luke's Vicarage, 
Ramsgate. Royal Societies Club. 

Coriant, Eric Edward Wake, eldest son of Henry John Conant, Esq., 
WilloughbyHall,Grantham,agedl3,Nov.l8. Leftl897. 3 Michell 

Gazetted to the Prince of Wales' North Staffordshire Regiment, 1899. Served in 
the South African War, 1900-01. Retired 1901. Acting Assistant Magistrate at 
Berbera, 1904. 

Donald, Colin Dunlop, second son of Colin Dunlop Donald, Esq., 117, St. 
Vincent Street, Glasgow, aged 14, Sept. 11. Left 1897. 2 Michell 
Care of Messrs. Bulloch and Co., Rangoon, Burma. 

Doiman* Bedford Lock wood, second son of Arthur John Dorman, Esq., 
KushballHall, Saltburn-on- Sea, aged 14. Apl. 6. Leftl897. 2 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1900. Called to the Bar, 1902. 

Grove- White, John Alexander, second son of William James Grove-White, 
Esq., 18, Elgin Road, Dublin, aged 13, Dec. 24. Leftl896. 3 Michell 
Royal Humane Society's Silver Medal, 1896. Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1900. 
Of St. Helens, Lucan, Ireland. University Club, Dublin. 

Owen, Sydney Arthur, elder son of Francis Arthur Owen, Esq., Malabar 
Hill, Bombay, aged 13, December 6. Left 1898. 8 Michell 

XV. 1897. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., First Class Natural Science Tripos, 
1901. F.R.C.S. 1902. University College Hospital, from 1902. 

Levy, Ralph Henry, third son of Henry Levy, Esq., 11, Hyde Park Place, 
London, W., aged 13, April 13. Left 1896. 3 Michell 

Studied in Switzerland and Germany. On the London Stock Exchange from 
1899. Served in the South African War, in the Imperial Yeomanry, 1900-01. 
Address, as above. 

Riddick, John Galloway, only son of Robert Falkner Riddick, Esq., Home 
Acre, Ashley, Cheshire, aged 14, February 2. Left 1896. 2 Michell 

A Manufacturer. Of Ashley, near Altrincham, Cheshire. 



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Smale, Ronald Jules, fourth son of John Smale, Esq., The Brooklands. 
Macclesfield, aged 14, May 28. Left 1894. 3 Michell 

Address, as above. 

Stanning, Joseph Edward, second son of John Stanning, Esq., (O.K. 1856), 
Broadfield, Ley land, Preston, aged 13, March 5. Left 1897. 2 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1898. In business. Address, as above. 

Herbert Stepney, Herbert Arthur, sldest son of George Herbert Stepney, 
Esq., The Lodge, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow, aged 14, January 10. 
Left 1897.' Michell 

Gazetted to the Coldstream Guards, 1898, Irish Guards, 1902. Served in the 
South African War, 1900-01. Slightly wounded. 

Crosthwaite, Hugh Stuart, third son of Hobert Joseph Crosthwaite, Esq., 
afterwards K.O.S.I., India, aged 13, October 20. Left 1898. 2 Steel 

Scholar 1893. Major Exhibitioner 1898. Scholar of New College, Oxford, 1898. 
First Class Classical Moderations 1900, B.A., First Class Final Classics 1902. 
Indian Civil Service 1902. Home address, Elwell, Buckland, Devon. 

Ellis, Gerald Hubert Leigh Wyburne, younger son of Hubert Dynes Ellis, 
Esq., (O.K. 1855), 26, Emperor's Gate, London, aged 14, May 31. 
Left 1895. 3 Steel 

Died 24th February, 1896. 

Haig, Kenneth George, only son of Alexander Haig, Esq., M.D., 7, Brook 
Street, London, W., aged 14, February 20. Left 1897. 2 Steel 

Swanzy, Andrew James, eldest son of Francis Swanzy, Esq., (O.K. 1869), 

Heathfield, Sevenoaks, aged 13, April 2. Left 1899. 2 Steel 

Scholar 1893. XV. 1897, 1898. University College, Oxford, from October, 1899. 

Second Class Classical Moderations 1901. Third Class Final Classics 1903. In 

business. Died at Accra, Gold Coast, 25th April, 1904. 

Thomas, John Rowland Leigh, only son of Mrs. Thomas and the late 
Thomas Rees Thomas, Brynllefrith, Nelson, Treharris, B.S.O., 
aged 13, January 22. Left 1898. 2 Steel 

New College, Oxford, B.A., 1902. Address, as above. 

Vaughan, Percy Cecil, third son of Cedric Yaughan, Esq., Leyfield House, 
Millom, Cumberland, aged 13, October 15. Left 1897. 2 Steel 

Buckland, Frederick Macintosh, elder son of George William Frederick 
Buckland, Esq., (O.K. 1867), Esplanade West, Calcutta, aged 13, 
November 14. Left 1898. 2 Brooke 

Gaskell, Holbrook, elder son of Holbrook Gaskeil, Esq., junr., Clayton 

Lodge, Aigburth, Liverpool, aged 14, November 12. Left 

1897. 3 Brooke 

Scholar 1893. Minor Exhibitioner 1897. Exhibitioner of Trinity College, 

Cambridge, 1897, B.A., First Class Mechanical Science Tripos 1900. Of Bridge 

House, Sefton Park, Liverpool. 

Hind, Harold Ashover, fourth son of Jesse Hind, Esq., Popplewick Grange, 
Nottingham, aged 13, November 20. Left 1898 2 Brooke 

Scholar 1893. XV. 1897. King's College, Cambridge, B.A., 1901. New Oxford 
and Cambridge Club. 

Zer, Ronald Scott, younger son of Thomas Ripley Ker, Esq., fo.R. 1869), 
Dongalston, N.B., aged 14, April 22. Left 1897. 1 Brooke 

Brasenose College, Oxford. Home address, as above. 

Orr, William James Johnson, elder son of .Robert Harrison Orr, Esq., 
Tudor Park, Holywood, Co. Down, aged 14, May 4. Left 
1896.* Brooke 



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Saul) John Wingate, only son of John Saul, Esq., Waiufleet, Lincolnshire, 
aged 14, July 17. Left 1896. 2 Brooke 

Ziegler, Clifford Wilson, eldest son of John Hastings Ziegler, Esq., 
46, Shrewsbury Road, Oxton, Cheshire, aged 13, June 6. Left 

1898. 2 Brooke 

In the Cotton Trade from 1898. Served in the South African War in the 9th 
Imperial Yeomanry. Of Gorsefield, Noctorum, Birkenhead. 

Bowers, Percy Lloyd, only son of Rev. Percy Harris Bowers, The Rectory, 
Market Bosworbh, aged 14, March 19. Left 1896. 2 Stallard 

City and Guilds Engineering College 1897-1900. Public Works Department, India, 
from 1902. 

Burnyeat, Miles Fleming, second son of William Burnyeat, Esq., Mill- 
grove, Whitehaven, aged 14, April 11. Left 1895. 2 Stallard 
Address, Low Farm, Waresley, Bedfordshire. 

Coates, John Spencer, third son of Mrs. Coates and the late Joseph Edward 
Coates, 39, Petworth Street, Cheetham, Manchester, aged 15, 
April 20. Left 1896. 2 Stallard 

Scholar 1893. Minor Exhibitioner 1896. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1899. 
Served in the South African War with the Cambridge University Volunteers. 

Lawton, Albert Edward, younger son of John Edward Lawton, Esq., 
Woodbank, Dukinfield, Cheshire, aged 14, March 31. Left 

1895. 1 Stallard 

McGowan, William Hew, third son of William McCowan, Esq., Roseneath, 
Whitehaven, aged 14, October 6. Left 1896. 3 Stallard 

XV. 1896. Gazetted to the Cameron Highlanders 1899. 

Oakes, Henry James Lionel, eldest son of Major Orbell Henry Oakes, 2nd 
Worcester Regiment, 1, Battenhall Villas, Worcester, aged 14, 
April 30. Left 1895. 2 Stallard 

Gazetted to the West Riding Regiment 1899. Served in the South African War 
1899-1901. Severely wounded. Despatches. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 

Parry, Edward Arthur, eldest son of Edward Parry, Esq., Lucknow Drive, 
Mapperly Park, Nottingham, aged 14, July 21. Left 1898. 1 Stallard 

XV. 1897. King's College, Cambridge, B.A., 1902. Of Woodthorpe Grange, 
Nottingham. New Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Richardson, Arthur Valentine, elder son of Maurice Henry Richardson, 
Esq., 13, Exbury Road, Catford, S.E., aged 13, February 26. Left 

1896. 3 Stallard 

Gazetted to the Cheshire Regiment 1900. Served in the South African War 1900. 
Queen's Medal with two Clasps. 

Soames, Cecil Alfred, third son of Walter Kolle Soames, Esq. ,16, Stephens 
Park, Blackheath, London, aged 14, May 5. Left 1897. 3 Stallard 

Died 30th October, 1900. 

Stebbing, Nigel Austin, third son of William Stebbing, Esq., 79, Gloucester 
Terrace, Hyde Park, London, aged 14, January 14. Left 

1895. 2 Stallard 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1900. 

Wright, Ernest Edward Vleminckz, only son of William Edward Wright, 
Esq., West Hall, Middleton, Kings Lynn, aged 14, September 29. 
Left 1897. 2 Stallard 

Keble College, Oxford, B.A., 1900. Assistant Librarian, St. Deiniel's Library, 
Hawarden, from 1902. 



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Nicholls, Hubert Augustus, fifth son of Edward William Nicholls, Esq., 
Rokesly, Middle Lane, Hornsey, London, aged 14, April 15. 
Left 1897. 3 School 

XI. 1897. In Lloyds, London, E.G., from 1898. Of 62, Queen's Gardens, Lancaster 
Gate, London, W. 

Noble, Walter Jeffery Wheelock, only sou of Walter Elliot Wheelock 
Noble, Esq., 86, Manchester Road, Southport, aged 14, May 24. 
Left 1896. 2 School 

Woolwich 1896. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers 1898. Port Royal, Jamaica, 1904. 

Brown, Lionel Clifford, younger son ef Horace Tabra Brown, Esq., 47, High 
Street, Burton-oii-Trent, aged 13, December 10. Left 1897. 2 Brooke 

University College, London. 1897. Wine growing in South Africa. Of Beyers 
Kloof, Klafmuts, Cape Colony. 

Lee, Philip Douglas, elder son of Arthur Morier Lee, Esq., 21, Campden 
Bill Road, Kensington, London, aged 14, December 20. Left 
1896. 2 Michell 

Doughty, Charles, only son of Mrs. W. N. Walker, and the late Charles 
Doughty, Esq., Bank House, Horsforth, Leeds, aged 15, July 27. 
Left 1896. 8 Brooke 

Wedgwood, Bertram Hensleigh, eldest son of the late Alfred Allen 
Wedgwood, Esq., 31, Queen Anne Street, London, aged 16, 
December 27. Left 1894. 3 Whitelaw 

Morris Davies, Percy Meyrick, second son of Morris Davies, Esq., 
(O.K. 1857), Troy House, Rugby, aged 13, June 5. Left 1899. 2 Town 
XI. 1898, 1899. A Mining Engineer. Home address, as above. 

Elsee, Herbert, fourth son of Rev. Charles Elsee, Rugby, aged 14, July 12. 
Left I895. 3 Town 

A Mechanical Engineer. Address, 16, Bilton Road, Rugby. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1894. 

Cawley, John Stephen, third son of Frederick Cawley, Esq., Blackley, 
Lancashire, aged 14, October 27. Left 1897. 2 School 

Sandhurst 1897. Gazetted to the 20th Hussars 1898. Served in the South African 
War 1902. Queen's Medal with four Clasps. Cairo 1904. 

Nickalls, Morres, third son of Sir Patteson Nickalls, Fallowfield, Chisle- 
hurst, aged 14, March 11. Left 1897. 2 School 

New College, Oxford, B.A. Reform Club. 

Powell, Charles Folliott Borrodaile, second son of Richard Douglas Powell, 
M.D., afterwards Baronet, 62, Wimpole Street, London, aged 14, 
December 19. Left 1898. 2 School 

VIII. 1897, 1898. Gazetted to the Yorkshire Light Infantry 1899. Served in the 
South African War, and was killed at Rietfontein, 13th July, 1901. 

Bayley, Arthur Frederick, sixth son of Captain Frank Bayley, Nutwall, 
Colombo, Ceylon, aged 15, March 8. Leftl896. 2 Whitelaw 

Gazetted to the Royal Field Artillery 1900. At Bangalore 1904. 

Best, Keith, second son of Charles Winterborn Best, Esq., 1, Ovdngtoii 
Square, London, S.W., aged 13, August 27. Left 1897. 2 Whitelaw 

Cooke, Henry Harwood, third son of the late Henry James Cooke, Esq., 
Summerfield, Ilkley, near Leeds, aged 14, May 10. Left 
1898. 2 Whitelaw 

New College, Oxford, B.A., Second Class Natural Science, 1901. Assistant Master 
at Fettes College, Edinburgh, from 1902. 



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Cox, Charles Henry Fortnom, only son of Samuel Herbert Cox, Esq., 
35, Edwardes Square, Kensington, London, aged 13, April 3. 

Left 1897. 2 Whitelaw 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1900. Served in the South African War 1902. 

Sidebottom, John Chappe, second son of Ealph Yardley Sidebottom, Esq., 
(o.n. 1868), Alderley Edge, Cheshire, aged 14, October 25. Left 
1897. 2 Morice 

Gilkison, Dugald Stewart, eldest son of D. S. Gilkison, Esq., 7, Palace 
Road, Surbiton, aged 13, March 5. Left 1897. 3 Donkin 

Gazetted to the Scottish Rifles, 1899. Served in the South African War, 1899-1902, 
in eluding Relief of Ladysmith, and actions at Colenso, Spion Kop, and Vaal Kranz. 
Queen's Medal with four Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Owtram, Cyril Lawrence, sixth son of Charles Henry Owtram, Esq., 
Ryleston, Beckenham. Kent, aged 14, Jan. 10. Left 1896.3 Donkin 

Crystal Palace School of Engineering, 1897. Associate, Royal School of Mines, 
1902. Electric Engineer, Mining, 1904. Address, Gwynfryn, Llan Festiniog, 
North Wales. 

Beamish, William Robert Delacour, only son of Captain James Caulfield 
13eamish, Lough Mask House, Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo, aged 14, 

September 29. Left 1897 2 Collins 

Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 1699. Served in the South African War, 1902. 
Queen's Medal. 

Dugdale, John Percy, eldest son of John Marshall Dugdale, Esq., (o.n. 
1866), Llwyn, Llanfyllin, aged 14, Sept. 28. Left 1898. 2 Collins 

New College, Oxford, October, 1898. Died about 1900. 

Remer, Geoffrey, only son of Herbert Arthur Remer, Esq., The Brook, 
Sandbach, Cheshire, aged 13, February 1. Left 1897. 1 Collins 

Hertford College, Oxford, B.A. 1903. A Student of the Middle Temple, 1900. Of 
56, Onslow Gardens, London, S.W. 

Gaddum, Russell Charles Sydney, only son of Theodore Gaddum, Esq., 
7, South Street, Manchester, aged 13, Mar. 31. Left 1898. 2 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1899. In business from 1902. Address, as above. 
Harding', Lawrance, fifth son of William Septimus Harding, Esq., Harborne, 
Birmingham, aged 14, October 17. Left 1897. 3 Michell 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1903. Of 48, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C., and 15, 
Campden Hill Court, Kensington, W. 

Wood, Henry Cooper, eldest son of Henry Joseph Wood, Esq., Boundes 
Park, near Tunbridge Wells, aged 15, Aug. 30. Left 1895. 3 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1900. A Merchant. Of Fernshaw, Limpsfield, 
Surrey. City Carlton Club. 

Lanyon, Charles Valentine, eldest son of Louis Mortimer Lanyon, Esq., 
Dundrum, Co. Dublin, aged 13, March 28. Left 1898. 2 Steel 

VIII. 1898. Gazetted to the Norfolk Regiment, 1899. 

Cooper, Olive Foster, only son of John Foster Cooper, Esq., 30, Devonshire 
Place, London, W., aged 13, April 3. Lett 1897. 2 Steel 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1901. Address, as above. 

Duke, Reginald Hare, eldest son of the Rev. Canon John Hare Duke, The 
Vicarage, Craigavad, Co. Down, aged 16, July 25. Left 1896. 2 Steel 

Royal Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill. In Egypt 1904, Turf Club, Cairo. 
Herbert, William Henry, elder son of William Henry Herbert, Esq., 
Fairhill, Coventry, aged 14, January 19. Left 1896. 2 Steel 

Of The Grange, Coventry. 

Wingate-Saul, Norman Wingate, fifth son of Dr. William Wingate 

Wingate-Saul, Fentoii Cawthorne House, Lancaster, aged 14, 

March 6. Left 1896. 3 Brooke 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A., 1901. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1901. Home 

address, as above. 



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Charlton, Frederick William, elder son of Frederick Charlton, Esq., 
Bickerton House, Birkdale, near Southport, aged 14, August 24. 
Left 1897. 2 Stallard 

Minor Exhibitioner 1897. Postmaster of Merton College, Oxford, B.A., Second 
Class Natural Science 1900, Second Class Law 1901. Home Civil Service 1903. 
Of Weathercote, Foxley Lane, Rusley, Surrey. 

Harland, Percy Sawdon, sixth son of Rev. Albert Augustus Harland, 
Harefield Vicarage, "Oxbridge, aged 14, July 26. Left 1897. 2 Stallard 

Oriel College, Oxford. Gazetted to the East Kent Regiment 1900. Served in the 
South African War 1899-1902. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. King's Medal 
with two Clasps. 

Malcolm, Frederick Charles, second son of James Malcolm, Esq., Lurgan, 
Ireland, aged 14, May 21. Left 1896. 2 Stallard 

Scott-Anderson, Henry, only son of Thomas Scott- Anderson, Esq., Glen- 
burn Hall, Jedburgh, aged 14, April 19. Left 1895. 2 Stallard 
Dead. 

Scott, Alexander Hatrick, eldest son of Alexander Scott, Esq., Denniston, 
Greenock, aged 14, February 26. Left 1896. 1 Stallard 

At Davos Platz in iU-health, 1903. 

Ward, William, only son of William Henry Ward, Esq., Stafford House, 
Handsworth, Staffs, aged 14, May 31. Left 1896. 2 Stallard 

Seattle, Leslie Hay, third son of William Halden Beattie, Esq., 11, Glen- 
cairn Crescent, Edinburgh, aged 14, January 7. Left 1897. 3 School 

Hall, Frederick Robert, only son of Mrs. Hall and the late Frederick John 

Hall, 62, Clifton Road, Rugby, aged 13, March 9. Left 1897. 1 Town 

In business as a Colliery Agent. Of Lichfield Villa, Avenue Road, Leamington. 

Ross, Thomas Erskine, third son of Henry Thomas Ross, Esq., Indian 
Civil Service, Madras Presidency, aged 11, January 22. Left 
1900.2 Town 

Keble College, Oxford, B.A., 1903, Cuddesdon Theological College, 1903. 
Morris, Arthur Edward, only son of Prof. Edward Ellis Morris, (O.K. 1859), 
The University, Melbourne, Australia, aged 14, November 16. 
Left 1 898. 3 School 

XI. 1898. XV. 1898. University of Melbourne, M.B. and B.S. 1903. Address, as 
above. 

Combe, Samuel Barbour, third son of Abram Combe, Esq., (O.R. 1866), 
Arlington, Belfast, aged 13, January 20. Left 1897. 1 Whitelaw 
In business. Address, as above. 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1894. 

Murray, Antony Stoddard, only son of David Murray, Esq., LL.D., 169, 
West George Street, Glasgow, aged 14, Mar. 16. Left 1897. 2 School 

St. Andrew's University, M.A. 1901. Of Moor Park, Cardross, Dumbartonshire. 

Rogers, John Edmund Morewood, only son of John Henry Rogers, 
Esq., (O.K. 1863), Glyncoed, Llanelly, aged 14, April 21. 
Left 1895. 3 Whitelaw 

Wrigley, Frederick Charles Carr, seventh son of James Albert Wrigley, 
Esq., Fieldhead, Netherton, Huddersfield, aged 14, October 30 
Left 1897. 3 Whitelaw 

XV. 1897. A Woollen Manufacturer. Of Netherton, Huddersfield. 

Adam, Thomas Livingston, only son of Thomas Adam, Esq., 16, Albyn 
Place, Aberdeen, aged 14, January 15. Left 1897. 2 Morice 



208 Percival, 1887-95. 



Bankart, Arthur Sydney Blundell, only son of James Bankart, Esq., M.D., 
19, Southernhay, Exeter, aged 14, Sept. 26. Left 1898. 2 Morice 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1901. Address, as above. 

Duncan, John, eldest son of John Duncan, Esq., Llwyn yr Eryr, Llandough* 
near Cardiff, aged 13, November 23. Left 1899. 1 Donkin 

XV. 1897, 1898. Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1903. A Student of the Inner 
Temple. In Journalism 1903. Served in the South African War, 1900, in 
Transport Service. Medal with four Clasps. Of Penarth, near Cardiff. 

Dunkley, Edward Yincent, second son of Henry Dunkley, Esq., The 
Manor House, Thurlaston, aged 14, Ang. 19. Left 1896. 3 Donkin 

A Medical Student, St. George's Hospital, 1904. Address, 37, Montserrat Road, 
Putney, London, S.W. 

Edmondson, James Townley, third son of John Edmoridson, Esq., Groby 
Road, Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 14, June 23. Left 1897. 3 Donkin 

Address, Limehurst, Bowdon, Cheshire. 

Hathornthwaite, James Carnegy, only son of Jas. Thomas Hathornthwaite, 
Esq., Elphinstone College, Bombay, aged 13, November 29. 
Left 1898. 2 Donkin 

Sandhurst 1899. Gazetted to Unattached List, 1900. Indian Staff Corps, 1901. 

Reserve Force, Somaliland Field Force, 1902-03. Home address, Raeburn, 

Boscombe, Hants. 

Macaulay, Kenneth Lancelot, only son of W. M. Macaulay, Esq., 44, 
Cleveland Square, London, W., aged 14, Oct. 27. Left 1897. 1 Donkin 

Peacey, Howard Marriott, only son of William Peacey, Esq., M.B., 11, 
Breakspeare Road, Brockley, London, S.E., aged 13, November 20. 
Left 1899. 2 Donkin 

Minor Exhibitioner, 1899. King's College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class, 
Historical Tripos, 1902. Articled to a Chartered Accountant, 1902. Home address, 
Rydal Mount, Meads, Eastbourne. 

Spencer, Hugh Victor Berkley, third son of John Watson Spencer, Esq., 
Nelobiggen House, Kenton, Northumberland, aged 14, May 24. 
Leftl897. 2 Donkin 

XI. 1895, 1896, 1897. A Land Agent. Address, as above. 

Gainsford, Thomas Alan, third son of Thomas Robert Gainsford, Esq., 
Bramley Hall, Sheffield, aged 13, June !4. Left 1896. 1 Collins 

Articled to a Solicitor. Of Woodthorpe Hall, near Sheffield. 

Hendriks, Augustus Mark, younger son of Augustus Hendriks, Esq., 
198, Earls Court Road, London, S.W., aged 13, October 15. Left 
1897. 1 Collins 

Served in the South African War in Paget's Horse. 

Wallace, Aylmer Fitzgerald Willoughby, son of Col. Nesbit Willoughby 
Wallace, (O.K. 1855), St. John's, Bishopstoke, aged 14, February 8. 
Left 1897. 2 Collins 

In the Cape Mounted Rifles 1899, and gazetted to the King's Own Yorkshire 
Light Infantry 1900. Served in the South African War 1899-1901, and died at sea 
on his way home, 9th October, 1901. 

Baker, Roger Dyke, third son of Rev. Henry Defoe Baker, Thruxton 
Rectory, Andover, aged 14, July 24. Left 1897. 2 Steel 

Gazetted to the East Lancashire Regiment 1898. 

Hey wood, George Guy, elder son of Frank Hey wood, Esq., Holly Bank, 
Sale, ased 12, May 23. Left 1898.2 Sfceel 

Removed to a Preparatory School and returned to Rugby January, 1896. Gazetted 
to the Hampshire Regiment 1901. Home address, Brenton, Surbiton, Surrey. 



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Hnddart, Lindow Hereward Leofric, second son of James Huddart, Esq., 
17, Kensington Court, London, aged 14, Nov. 2. LeftlSQS. 1 Steel 

XV. 1897. Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A., 1901. Associate. Royal School 
of Mines, 1903. Appointed to Mineral Survey, South Nigeria, 1903.' Colonial Club. 

Parton, Ernest George, elder son of George Adolphus Parton, Esq., 
(O.K.. 1867), Five Oaks, Streatham Common, London, aged 15, 
December 10. Left 1899. 2 Steel 

XL 1896. University College, Oxford, B.A., 1903. 

Parton, Cyril John, younger son of the above George Adolphus Parton, 
Esq., aged 13, November 29. Left 1896 2 Steel 

XI. 1898, 1899. Address, Shenley, Leigham Court Road, Streatham. 

Tillard, Philip Henry, third son of Philip Edward Tillard, Esq., The 
Holme, Godmanchester, aged 13, May 20. Left 1899. 2 Steel 

Royal Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill, 1899-1902. India 1902. Assistant 
Engineer, Third Grade. King, King & Co., Bombay. 

Isaacson, Rupert John, third son of Henry Whytehead Isaacson, Esq., 
215, Cromwell Road, London, S.W., aged 13, August 14. Left 
1896. 2 Collins 

Kelly, Harry Holdsworth, fourth son of Lieut.-Col. Henry Holdsworth 
Kelly, KM. A., 11, Merton Road, Southsea, aged 14, April 24 
Left 1896. 3 Stallard 

Scholar 1894. Woolwich 1897. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers 1898. Egyptian 
Army, Cairo. 

Milburn, Charles Stamp, eldest son of John Davidson Milburn, Esq., 
Barnhill, Acklington, Northumberland, aged 15, December 5. 
Left 1897. 2 Stallard 

XV. 1896. Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. and MA. 1904. In business. Address, 
as above. 

Phillips, Douglas Grant Dallas, elder son of Decimus Faudry Phillips, Esq., 
25, Michaels Grove, South Kensington, aged 14, April 2. Left 
1897.' Stallard 

Address, 76, Cheyne Court, Chelsea, London, S.W. 

Sawdon, Frank Reginald, elder son of Richard Ainsworth Sawdon, Esq., 
58, Claremont Road, Alexandra Park, Manchester, aged 14, August 
13. Left 1896. 1 Stallard 

Victoria University, Manchester, 1896. M.B. 1901. House Surgeon, Rotherham 
Hospital, 1902-1903. Of Claremont, Stanley Road, Whalley Range. 

Whittall, Arthur George, eldest son of Frederick George Whittall, Esq., 
Stamford Lodge, Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 13, August 28. Left 
1897. 2 Stallard 

XI. 1897. In business from 1897. Address, as above. 

Roberts, Harold Owen Bodvel, third son of John Hugh Bodvel Roberts, 
Esq., Cefnycoed, Carnarvon, aged 13, May 12. Left 1898 2 Collins 
New College, Oxford, 1898-99. Called to the Bar 1902. Of 3, Temple Gardens, 
London, B.C. 

Chamberlain, Percy Garratt, only son of Mr. Arthur Garratt Chamber- 
lain, F.C.8., Church Street, Rugby, aged 13, September 21. Left 
1899. 1 Town 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class Natural Science Tripos, 1902. In 
business. Of 3, Market Place, Rugby. 

Linuell, William Henry, only son of Mr. William Henry Linnell, Rugby, 
aged 14, February 23. Left 1896. 3 Town 

A Builder and Contractor. Of 1, Railway Terrace, Rugby. 
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210 Percival, 1887-95. 



Swinson, John Hall, third son of Mrs. Swinson, Bilton Road, Rugby, and 
the late Thomas Spilsbury Swinson, M.R.O.S., aged 15, March 26. 
Left 1898.' Town 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1901. In a Chartered Accountant's Office, 1903. 
Of 24, Holland Road, London, W. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1894, 

Beachcroft, Gerald William, fourth son of Francis Porten Beachcroft, Esq., 
C.S.I., (O.R. 1855), Shelton, Sydenham Hill, London, aged 13, 
October 28. Left 1899. 2 School 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1903. 

Birchenoilgh, Godwin, only son of Walter Edwin Birchenough, Esq., 
Foden Bank Cottage, Macclesfield. aged 13, October 27. Left 
1895. 1 School 

Oriel Collge, Oxford, B.A., Second Class History. Address, as above. 
Campbell, Duncan, elder son of Captain Edward Parker Campbell, Ross- 
garth, Dunoon, N.B., aged 13, October 24. Left 1899. 1 School 
Gazetted to the Royal Highlanders, 1900. Served in the South African War, 
1899-1902. Queen's Medal with five Clasps. 

McCanl, Gilbert Cooper, eldest son of Gilbert John McCaul, Esq., 27, 
Walbrook, London, aged 16, October 7. Left 1895. 1 School 

Evans, William, elder son of Arthur Evans, Esq., Llangibby Castle, near 
Newport, Monmouthshire, aged 13, Jan. 25. Left 1898. 1 School 
Address, 15, Wilton Place, Belgrave Square, London, S.W. 

Grover, Charles Walter, elder son of Walter Grover, Esq., Hemel 
Hempstead, aged 14, April 20. Left 1895. 3 School 

Sandhurst 1898. Gazetted to the King's Own Royal Lancashire Regiment, 1899. 
Served in the South African War, 1899-1902, including Relief of Ladysmith, 
actions at Spion Kop and Pieter's Hill. Severely wounded. Despatches. 
Queeen's Medal with two Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. Junior Naval 
and Military Club. 

Grylls, Horace Bere, third son of Lieut.-Colonel Shadwell Morley Grylls, 
Broomhall, Woking, aged 13, October 13. Left 1899 * School 

XI. 1898, 1899. Trinity College, Cambridge, 1899. 

Hutchison, Robert Oliphant, eldest son of Henry William Hutchison, Esq., 
Ingleside. Kirkcaldy, N.B., aged 13, Nov. 1. Left 1899. 2 School 
XV. 1898. XI. 1899. Minor Exhibitioner, 1899. Hertford College, Oxford, 
B.A. 1904. 

Jacqitier, Antoine Francois Fre*de*ric, elder son of Francois Jacquier, Esq., 

4, Rue de la Bourse, Lyon, France, aged 13, July 1. Leftl896. 3 School 

A French Subject. Diploma, Institute Commercial de Paris, 1901. Served one 

year in the 96th Regiment of Infantry (French). Entered the Banking business, 

1902. Of 31, Avenue de Noailles, Lyon, France. 

Lee Warner, William Hamilton, third son of William Lee Warner, Esq., 
afterwards K. C.S.I., (O.R. 1859), Secretary to the Government, 
Bombay, aged 13, October 14. Left 1899.' School 

Scholar 1894. Racquets 1899. Scholar of University College, 1899, First Class 
Classical Moderations, 1901, B.A., Second Class Final Classics, 1903. Address, 
Bickley, Kent. 

Macdonald, Reginald Lindsay, second son of the late John MacKenzie 
Macdonald, and nephew of W. K. Macdonald, Esq., Windmill 
House, Arbroath, aged 14. September 14. Left 1895. 8 School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, from Easter, 1900. 

MacLeod, John Christie, eldest son of Dr. Kenneth MacLeod, 39, Clarri- 
caide Gardens, Bayswater Road, London, aged 14, August 8. 
Left 1897. 1 School 

Served in the South African War in Paget's Horse. 



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Orphoot, Barnett Napier Henderson, only son of Thomas Henderson 
Orphoot, Esq., 3, Rothsay Place, Edinburgh, aged 14, April 13. 
Left 1898. 1 School 

Rawnsley, Noel Hardwicke, only son of the Rev. Canon Hardwicke 
Drummond Rawnsley, Crosthwaite Vicarage, Keswick, aged 13, 
December 14. Left 1897. 3 School 

VIII. 1896, 1897. 

Smith, Arthur Lionel Forster, elder son of Arthur Lionel Smith, Esq., 
The King's Mound, Oxford, aged 14, August 19. Left 1899. 2 School 

Scholar 1895. XI. 1899. Major Exhibitioner 1899. Scholar of Balliol College, 
Oxford, 1899. B.A., Second Class Final Classics, 1903. Address, as above. 

Temple, William, younger son of the Right Hon. the Right Rev- the Lord 
Bishop of London, afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury, Fulham 
Palace, London, S.W., aged 12, October 15. Left 1900.' School 

Scholar 1895. Major Exhibitioner 1900. Exhibitioner of Balliol College, Oxford, 

1900, First Class Classical Moderations 1902. 

Wheler, Frederick Trevor, only son of Oapt. William Alfred Wheler, 
Abbot's Field, St. Albans, aged 14, April 27. Left 1897. 1 School 

Camborne School of Mines. In business. Address, as above. 

Beattie, Maurice Alexander, eldest son of John Labouchere Beattie, Esq., 
40, Chancery Lane, London, aged 14, April 11. Left 1897. 2 Whitelaw 
Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1899. Served in the South African War 1900-01. 
Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 

Drinkwater, George Carr, only son of Harry George Walter Drinkwater, 
Esq., 1, Farndon Road, Oxford, aged 14, July 10. Left 
1897.* Whitelaw 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A., 1903. Served in the South African War with the 
Oxford University Volunteers. An Architect. 

Le Patourel, Arthur McGregor, only son of Mrs. Le Patourel, 65, Elm 
Park Gardens, London, and the late Major Arthur Le Patourel, 
aged 14, May 10. Left 1895. 8 Whitelaw 

Paige, Grylls Phillips, eldest son of Henry Paige, Esq., Trengweath House, 
Redruth, Cornwall, aged 14, July 19. Left 1898.* Whitelaw 

University College, Oxford, B.A., Second Class Law, 1901. Address, as above. 

Simon, Heinrich Helmuth, third son of Henry Gustav Simon, Esq, Darwin 
House, Didsbury, aged 13, October 19. Left 1899. 2 Whitelaw 

VIII. 1899. King's College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class Natural Science 
Tripos, 1902. Of Lawnhurst, Didsbury. 

Tawney, Richard Henry, second son of Charles Henry Tawney, Esq., 
(O.K. 1851), Librarian to the India Office, aged 13, November 30. 
Left 1899 .* Whitelaw 

Scholar 1894. Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1899. Exhibitioner of Balliol 
College, Oxford, B.A. 1903. Home address, Southlands, Weybridge. 

Crowe, Frank, only son of George Francis Crowe, Esq., The Elms, 
Kirkstall, Leeds, aged 14, June 20. Left 1898. 3 Morice 

XV. 1898. 

Dillon, Eric Fitzgerald, younger son of the Hon. Conrad Adderley Dillon, 
53. Oakley Street, Chelsea, London, aged 13, April 4. Left 
1898. 3 Morice 

Scholar 1894. Gazetted to the Army Service Corps, 1900. Served in the South 
African War, 1899-1901. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. Badminton Club. 
Agents, Cox and Co. 

Godman, Laurence, third son of Arthur Fitzpatrick Godman, Esq., Smeaton 
Manor, Northallerton, aged 14, September 4. Left 1898. 2 Morice 
Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1899. 



Percival, 1887-95. 



Millar, Edrio William Hoyer, eldest son of Henry Edward Millar, Esq.. 
Heathdown, tiampstead Heath, London, N.W., aged 14, Sept. 5. 
Left 1899. 2 Morice 

Scholar 1894. Major Exhibitioner, 1899. Exhibitioner of Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford, 1899, First Class Classical Moderations, 1901, B.A., First Class Final 
Classics, 1903. Passed 3rd in Civil Service Examination, 1903 . Address, as above. 

Beaven, Harold Oastlereagh, third son of the Rev. Alfred Beaven Heaven, 
Grammar School, Preston, aged 15, Sept. 12. Left 1898. 2 Donkin 

Scholar 1894. Minor Exhibitioner, 1898. Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford, 1898, 
First Class Mathematic Moderations, and Junior Mathematical Scholar, 1900, 
B.A., First Class Final Mathematics, 1901. Assistant Master at Clifton College, 
from 1901. 

Behreus, Harold Jacob, eldest son of Gustav Behrens, Esq., Holly Royde. 
Withington, Manchester, aged 14, August 14 Left 1898. 2 Donkin 
In business. At Calcutta 1904. 

Gubbitas, Gerald William Bassett, only son of John Gabbitas, Esq., 
36, Sackville Street, London, W., aged 13, March 28. Left 
1898. 2 Donkin 

Scholar 1894. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1902. Served in the South African 
War 1901-02. 

GribbOD, Walter Harold, second son of Walter Gait Gribbon, Esq., Combe 
Lea, Kingston Hill, near London, aged 13, January 29. Left 
1897.* Donkin 

Gazetted to the Royal Lancashire Regiment 1901. Tn Calcutta 1904. 

Ingledew, Norman Murray, fourth son of John Pybus Ingledew, Esq., 
Angleham, Cathedral Road, Cardiff, aged 14, February 2. Left 
1897. 8 Donkin 

Admitted a Solicitor 1903. Practising at Cardiff and Swansea. Of 57, Monnt 
Stuart Square, Cardiff. 

Moberly, Charles Noel, only son of George Ernest Moberly, Esq., (O.R. 1859), 
Cottesmore, Tuddenham Road, Ipswich, aged 13, December 24 
Left 1898. 2 Donkin 

Pupil at Brush Electric Co. 1898. Address, as above. 

Paul, Arthur Edward, third son of Robert Macleane Paul, Esq., (O.R. 1854), 
South Leigh, Truro, aged 14, June 2. Left 1898. 3 Donkin 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A., 1903. 

Attenborough, Robert Harold, eldest son of Robert Percy Attenborough, 
Esq., Haydon Hill, Bushey, Herts, aged 13, November 25. 
Left 1898. 2 Collins 

Studied in Germany. Tn business from 1899. Address, as above. 

Baker, Lionel Gray, third son of the late William Mills Baker, Esq., 
Hallen Lodge, Henbury, Gloucestershire, aged 14, September 9. 
Left 1896. 3 Collins 

Sandhurst 1899. Gazetted to the Gloucestershire Regiment, 1900. Served in the 
South African War, 1900-02. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. King's Medal with 
two Clasps. 

Daniell, Gilbert Lindsay, younger son of Edward Cecil Daniell, Esq , 40, 
Queen's Gate Gardens, Lancaster Gate, London, aged 13, Sept. 25. 
Left 1897. 1 Collins 

Scholar 1894. 

Lomer, Sydney Frederick Mclllree, third son of Cecil Wilson Lomer, Esq., 
Rossmore, Shirley, Southampton, aged 14, May 21. Left 
1896. 8 Collins 

Gazetted to the Lancashire Fusiliers, 1899. Junior Naval and Military Club. 



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Mac Allan, Alan Ronald, son of Mrs. MacAUan, 8, Washington Terrace, 
Southampton, and the late Alan Bertram Mac Allan, YV.S.,aged 14, 
December 19. Left 1896. 3 Collins 

Gazetted to the Scottish Rifles, 1899. 

Preston, Frank Matthew, eldest son of Alfred Kley Preston, Esq., Words- 
worth House, Manningham, Bradford, aged 13, January 31. 
Left 1897. 1 Collins 

Address, St. George's Island, Looe, Cornwall. 

Treves, Frederick Boileau, elder son of William Knight Treves, Esq., 

31, Dalby Square, Margate, aged 14, January 5 Left 1898. 1 Collins 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A., 1901. A Medical Student, St. Thomas' Hospital. 

Venables, Gilbert Rowland, eldest son of Rowland George ^enables, Esq , 
(O.K. 1859), The Lodge, Ludlow, aged 13, Oct. 7. Left 1899. 2 Collins 

University CoUege, Oxford, B.A., 1902. 

Baynes, Geoffrey, elder son of Frederick Baynes, Esq., (o.n. 1863), 
Samlesbury Old Hall, Preston, aged 14, July 20. Left 1899. 2 Michell 

Gazetted to the 3rd Hussars 1900. Served in the South African War 1901-1902. 
Queen's Medal with four Clasps. 

Chamberlain, Herbert Reginald, eldest son of Walter Chamberlain, Esq., 
Harborne Hall, Harborne, Birmingham, aged 14, June 15. Michell 
Died at School 25th November, 1897. 

Dukes, Laurence, third son of Dr. Clement Dukes, Rugby, aged 13. October 
20. Left 1898. 2 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1901. Natural Science Tripos 1901. A Student 
and Entrance Scholar at University College Hospital, London, 1902. Of 44, 
Emperor's Gate, London, S.W. 

Lamb, John, younger son of Mrs. Hausell, Holly Lodge, Thorpe, Norwich, 
and the late Rev. John Lamb, (o.u. 1841), aged 14, September 21. 
Leftl897. 3 Michell 

A Mining Engineer. Mashonaland Agency, Buluwayo, South Africa. 

Parson, George, only soif of Francis John Parson, Esq., M.D., New 
Somerset Hospital, Cape Town, S. Africa, aged 14, October 8. 
Left 1898. 2 Michell 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1900. Served in the South African War. Retired 
1903. Took up an appointment in the Survey Department, Salisbury, Rhodesia, 
1904. 

Owen, Douglas Charles, younger son of Francis Arthur Owen, Esq , 
Malabar Hill, Bombay, aged 13, December 17. Leftl899. 2 Michell 

Trinity CoUege, Cambridge, 1899. Gazetted to the Middlesex Regiment 1901. 
Served in the South African War, March to May, 1902. Medal. Of 35, Rosary 
Gardens, London, S.W. Isthmian Club. 

Richardson, Nowell, younger son of William Richardson, Esq., Kainford 
House, near St. Helens, Lancashire, aged 15, August 9. Left 

1898. 1 Michell 

Queen's CoUege, Oxford, B.A., 1902. Articled to a Solicitor. Address, as above. 

Vickers, Henry Reginald, eldest son of Charles Edmond Vickers, Esq., 
Manor House, Ecclesall, Sheffield, aged 14, December 24. Left 

1898. 2 Michell 

University College, Oxford, B. A., Third Class Law, 1901. Articled to a Solicitor. 
Address, as above. 

Wilson, Ralph Woempener, only son of Prof. John Cook Wilson, 12, Fyfield 
Road, Oxford, aged 14, September 6. Left 1898.* Michell 

Scholar 1898. Balliol College, Oxford, Second Class Classical Moderations 1900, 
B.A. 1902. Cape Civil Service from 1903. Address, Treasury, Cape Town, South 
Africa. 



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Black, Patrick, third son of Arthur Black, Esq., 36, Princes Square, 
Bays water, London, aged 14, July 8. Left 1897. 3 Steel 

Scholar 1894. Caius College, Cambridge, B.A., 1901. A Student of St. Bartholo- 
mew's Hospital 1902. Address, as above. 

Chamberlain, Arthur, eldest son of Arthur Chamberlain, Esq., Moor 
Green Hall, Birmingham, aged 14, February 12. Left 1897. 2 Steel 

VIII. 1895, 1896, 1897. In business in Birmingham. Address, as above. 

Curell, Andrew Cottrell, eldest son of Andrew Ourell, Esq., Ballygarvey, 
Ballymena, Ireland, aged 14, May 31. Left 1898. 3 Steel 

Gazetted to the 8th Hussars 1900. Served in the South African War 1901-1902. 

Hadley, Felix Cyril Timmins, eldest son of Felix Hadley, Esq., junr., and 
nephew of Miss Alice Hadley, 15, Vicarage Road, Edgbaston, 
Birmingham, aged 13, August 29. Left 1900. 2 Steel 

Queen's College, Oxford, from October, 1900. 

Pearson, Frederic George Waites, third son of George Pearson, Esq., 
2, Parkfield Road, Bradford, aged 14, April 30. Left 1898. 1 Steel 
A Contractor. Address, Brickendoubury, Hertford. 

Anderson, Neville, younger son of William Mortimer Anderson, Esq., 
12, Langridge Road, S. Kensington, London, aged 13, January 11 
Left 1899. 1 Brooke 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A., 1902. Bath Club. 

Campbell, Duncan, eldest son of Capt. Duncan Campbell, of Inverneill, 
Ardrishaig, N.B., aged 14, January 15. Left 1899. a Brooke 

Scholar 1894. VIII. 1898, 1899. Head of the School. Scholar of Pembroke College, 
Oxford, 1899. In the Shipbuilding business from 1902. Address, as above. 

Dowson, Oscar Follett, fourth son of the Rev. Henry Enfield Dowson, The 
Unitarian Manse, Gee Cross, Hyde, Cheshire, aged 14, October 23. 
Left 1897.* Brooke 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1902. Address, as above. 

Geddes, Guy Westland, only son of Charles Turner Geddes, Esq., I, 

Hastings Street, Upper Wood Street, Calcutta, aged 14, August 8. 

Left 1897. 1 Brooke 

Gazetted to the Royal Munster Fusiliers, from ranks New Zeaalnd Contingent, 

1900. Served in the South African War, 1899-1902. Despatches. Queen's Medal 

with four Clasps. 

Gordon, John Steuart, only son of John Patrick Gordon, Esq., Cairnfield, 
Buckie, N.B., aged 14, August 15. Left 1898. 1 Brooke 

Hannay, Charles Scott, third son of Thomas Scott Hannay, Esq., Green 
Bank, Upton, Birkenhead, aged 14, Nov. 2. Left 1898. 2 Brooke 

XI. 1897, 1898. XV. 1897. Racquets 1898. Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1902. 
In a Cotton Broker's Office, from 1902. Address, as above. 

Hearfield, John, eldest son of Thomas Ward Hearfield, Esq., Melton 
House, Brough, East Yorkshire, aged 14, June 21. Left 
1894. 3 Brooke 

Mills, John Kane, third son of the Rev. Lawrence Heyworth Mills, D.D., 
19, Norham Road, Oxford, aged 13, Jan. 12. Left 1896. 1 Brooke 

Otter, William Henry, younger son of Francis Otter, Esq., (O.K. 1844), 
Ranby Sail, near Lincoln, aged 14, March 6. Left 1897. * Brooke 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1902. Of 12, Chelsea Court, London, S.W. 
Raleigh Club. 

Thwaites, Arthur Percival, only son of Thomas Hurst Thwaites, Esq., 
fledonville, Harrogate, aged 14, January 23. Leftl897. 1 Brooke 



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Young, James Reid, elder son of Archibald Young, Esq., Woodhall, Port 
Glasgow, N.B., aged 15, September 26. Left 1897. 3 Brooke 

Angus, Reginald George, eldest son of William Mathwin Angus, Esq., Fen- 
ham Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 14, July 21. Left 1896. 1 Stallard 
Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1900. 

Blandy, Claude Melbourne, second son of Richard Ridpath Blandy, Esq., 
Las Palmas, Grand Canary, aged 15, July 15. Left 1897. 1 Stallard 

Studied in Germany and France two years. Fruit Farming in Spain, 1899-1900. 
Holds an appointment in Jersey, 1904, but shortly sailing for West Indies. 

Christie, Harold Douglas, second son of John Alexander Christie, Esq., 
Cranethorpe, Guy's Cliff Road, Leamington, aged 15, June 2. 
Left 1896. 2 Stallard 

Associate, Institute of Chartered Accountants. Of The Chantry, Stanmore, 

Middlesex. 

Cox, Frederick Hugh, elder son of Harry Cox, Esq., Comilla District. 
Tippera, Eastern Bengal, aged 14, October 16. Left 1896. 3 Stallard 

Gazetted to the Royal Marines 1898. 

Goff, John Talbot. second son of JohnCrosbie Goff, Esq., Clonard, Killiney, 

Co. Dublin, aged 13, December 12. Left 1898. 2 Collins 

Gazetted to the Worcester Regiment 1900. Served in the South African War 1902. 

Gotto, James Porter Corry, second son of Arthur Charles Gotto, Esq., 

Rnshmere, Malone Road, Belfast, aged 15, June 7. Left 

1896. 3 Stallard 

Greenway, Edwin Ricketts, eldest son of Edwin C. Greenway, Esq., Cawn- 
pore, India, aged 15, September 18. Left 1896. 3 Stallard 

Marshall, Henry, second son of Henry Marshall, Esq., Calle de Valentia, 
301, Barcelona, aged 15. March 15. Left 1895. 2 Stallard 

Rollasoil, George, elder son of George Rollason, Esq.. Wood End Hall, 
Erdington, aged 14, September 14. Left 1897. 3 Stallard 

Wormald, William Francis, only son of the late Edmund Wormald, Esq., 
The Rise, Swanningdale, Ascot, aged 14, July 24. Left 
1896. 3 Stallard 

Address, Horncastle, Guildford. 

Bowden Smith, Walter Adrian Carnegie, only son of the late Walter 

Baird Bowden Smith, 8, de Beauvoir Terrace, Guernsey, aged 13, 

September 25. Left 1899. 3 Dickinson 

VIII 1899. Sandhurst 1899. Gazetted to the Royal Fusiliers 1900. Junior Naval 

and Military Club. 

Bush, Paul Francis Wheler, eldest son of Mrs. Bush, Little Church Street, 
Rugby, and the late Robert Francis Evans Bush, aged 13, August 
26. Left 1898. Town 

An Electrical Engineer. Outside Department, Messrs. Willans & Robinson, 
Rugby. 

Cox, Lionel Maidstone, fifth son of Mr. Arthur Russell Cox, The Old Bank, 
15, Church Street, Rugby, aged 14. Nov. 19. Left 1896. 3 Town 

An Engineer. Outside Department, Messrs. Willans & Robinson, Rugby. 
Address, as above. 

Heron, George Wykeham, fourth son of the late John Eden Heron, Esq., 
Oakfield, Rugby, and ward of Thomas Arnold Wise, Esq., aged 
13, October 16. Left 1899. 1 Town 

Scholar, Westminster Hospital, 1899. Address, as above. 

Loveday, Henry Doddington, third son of John Edward Taylor Loveday, 
Esq., The Gate House, Rugby, aged 13, January 11. Left 
1896.* Town-Donkin 

Passed Law Final 1902. Home address, Williamscote, Banbury. 



216 Percival, 1887-95. 



Roberts, Percival, third son of Mrs. Emily 0. Roberts, 19, Hillmorton 
Eoad, Rugby, and the late John Milton Roberts, aged 14, 
April 22. Left, 1899. 2 Town Whitelaw 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1902. Reading for Law School at Harvard 
University, 1904. Of 16, State Street, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 

Wilson, Ambrose Cyril, eldest son of the Rev. Ambrose John Wilson, D.D., 
Rugby, aged 13, July 13. Left same term. Town 

At Lancing College, 1895-1900. A Medical Student at St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital, from 1900. Tackley Rectory, Oxford. 

Hurdle, F. O. N., son of Frederick Hurdle, Esq., Westcombe, Westover 
Road, Wandsworth, aged 13, Nov. 19. Left after one week. Donkin 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1895. 

Carnelly, Stephen Henry, elder son of the late Professor Thomas Carnelly, 
Birch wood House, Cults, Aberdeen, aged 14, September 22. 
Left 1897. 2 School 

Gray, Francis James, only son of Mr. Alderman James Walter Gray, 
afterwards Knight, 1, St. Margaret Road, Oxford, aged 14, Aug. 31. 
Left 1897. 1 School 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1903. Of 23, Downshire Hill, Hampstead, London, N.W. 

Henderson, Charles Raymond Barren, fourth son of William Horn 
Henderson, Esq., Nether Parkley, Linlithgow, aged 13, March 24. 
Left 1900, 2 School 

XI. 1898, 1899, 1900. XV. 1899. Gazetted to the Black Watch, 1901. Served in 
the South African War, 1901-02. Agents, Cox and Co. 

McKelvie, John, third son of the late John McKelvie, Esq., The Cross, 
Whitehaven, aged 13, February 14. Left 1899. 2 School 

Staples-Brown, Richard Charles, only son of Frederick John Staples- 
Brown, Esq., (O.K. 1858), St. Stephen's, Bampton, Oxfordshire, 
aged 13, June 29. Left 1896. 3 School 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1902. Address, as above. 

Stiebel, Ernest Arthur, younger son of Bernard Franz Stiebel, Esq., 
LucknowAvenue, Nottingham, aged!4, April28. Leftl897. 1 School 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1902. Of 23, Downshire Hill, Hampstead, London, N.W. 

Wing", Arthur, younger son of Henry Vincent Wing, Esq., 1, Gray's Inn 
Square, London, W.C., aged 14, Sept. 3. Left 1898 2 School 

Articled to a Solicitor. Of 10, Ridgmount Gardens, London, W.C. 

Buer, Arthur Knill, younger son of John Butler Buer, Esq., Oakfield 
Lodge, Tulse Hill, London, aged 13, June 15. Left 1899. 1 Whitelaw 

Farran, George Lambert, second son of Charles Frederick Farran, Esq., 
Stags End, Hemel Herapstead, aged 13, January 30. Left 
1897. 1 Whitelaw 

Gazetted to the Unattached List 1900. Indian Army 1901. 

Griffiths, Gerald William Percival Morgan, second son of W. Morgan 
Griffiths, Esq., Lime Grove, near Carmarthen, aged 14, February 
25. Left 1897. 3 Whitelaw 

Articled to a Solicitor. Address, as above. 

Hodges, Thomas Oliver, only son of Oliver Thomas Hodges, Esq., Lachine, 
Chislehurst, aged 13, May 19. Left 1900. 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1895. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1900. Exhibitioner of Balliol 
College, Oxford, 1900. First Class Classical Moderations 1902. Home address, 
Bramley Hill, Croydon. 



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Micholls, Maurice Gilbert, eldest son of Edward Montefiore Micholls, Esq., 
(O.R. 1867), 2, Talbot Square, London, W., aged 13, July 2. 
Leftl900. 2 Whitelaw 

New College, Oxford, B.A., 1903. Address, 11, Queen's Gate, London, W. 

Shackleford, Arthur Neville, only son of Arthur Lewis Shackleford, Esq., 
223, Bristol Road, Birmingham, aged 14, December 20. Left 
1897. 3 Whitelaw 

In business at Lancaster. 

Harrison, John Broadley, only son of Henry Broadley Harrison, Esq., 
Tickton Grange, Beverley, Yorka, aged 14, December 17. 
Left 1896. 3 Donkin 

Shelmerdine, Francis Claude, younger son of the Rev. Nathaniel 

Shelmerdine, (O.R. 1868), Great Comberton Rectory, Pershore, 

aged 13, October 25. Left 1899. 3 Donkin 

Sandhurst 1899. Gazetted to the Unattached List 1901 . Alexandra Princess of 

Wales' Own Yorkshire Regiment 1901. Home address, as above. 

Walker, Robert, only son of James Walker, Esq., (O.R. 1872), 30, Norham 
Gardens, Oxford, aged 14, Ausr. 20. Left 1895. 3 Donkir, 

Royal Naval Engineering College, Devonport, 1898. Engineer Sub-Lieutenant 
1902. Home address, as above. 

Cobb, Francis Marsden Reginald, fourth son of Francis Marsden Oobb, 
Esq., The Bank House, Margate, aged 13, March 7. Left 
1898. 1 Collins 

Dugdale, William Marshall, second son of John Marshall Dugdale, Esq., 
(O.R. 1866), Llwyn, Llanfyllin, Oswestry, aged 14, January 13. 
Leftl898. 3 Collins 

Learning Land Agency, 1899-1901. Served in the South African War, 1901-02, in 
the Imperial Yeomanry. Captain 1902. Home address, as above. 

Pass, Herbert Ernest, fourth son of Adolph Fass, Esq., 32, Queen's Gate 
Gardens, London, S.W., aged 13, May 15. Left 1899. 1 Collins 
Corpus Chrlsti College, Oxford, B.A. 1903. Address, as above. 

Frankau, George Neuberg, eldest son of Frederick Joseph Frankau, Esq., 
(o.R. 1869), 26, Steele's Road, Haverstock Hill, London, aged 13, 
February 15. Left 1897. 3 Michell 

Address, 9, Lancaster Road, Hampstead, London, N.W. 

Gowers, Ernest Arthur, second son of Dr. William Richard Gowers, F.R.S., 
afterwards Knight, 50, Queen Ann Street, London, aged 14, 
June 2. Left 1899* Michell 

XI. 1897. Scholar of Clare College, Cambridge, 1899, B.A., First Class Classical 
Tripos, Part I., 1902. Clerkship in the Inland Revenue Department, Somerset 
House, 1903. Address, as above. 

Sanderson, Arthur Buchanan, eldest son of Arthur Sanderson, Esq., 25, 
Learmouth Terrace, Edinburgh, aged 14, November 22. Left 
1899. 3 Michell 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1902. In business. Address, as above. 

Thompson, Thomas Raikes Lovett, elder son of Sir Thomas Raikes 
Thompson, Bart., Junior Carlton Club, aged 13, May 12. Left 
1897. 3 Michell 

Scholar 1895. Woolwich 1898. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 1899. Served in 
the South African War, 1901-02. Queen's Medal with Clasp. Junior Naval and 
Military Club. 

Cay, Albert Jaffray, only son of Albert Cay, Esq., Woodside, Kenilworth, 
aged 14, March 9. Left 1897. 3 Steel 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1902. Address, as above. 
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218 Percival, 1887-95. 



Nairn, Robert Spencer, second son of Michael Berkley Nairn, Esq., 
Rankeilour, Cupar, Fife, aged 14 July 11. Left 1897. 2 Steel 

Smalley, Frederick William, only son of Richard Smalley, Esq., Lime 
Yilla, Lancaster, aged 14, October 21. Left 1898. 2 Steel 

VIII. 1898. Wadham College, Oxford, 1898. Of Challan Hall, Silverdale, near 
Carnforth, Lancashire. 

, Norman, only son of James Kennedy, Esq., Chesters, New 
Kilpatrick, near Glasgow, aged 13, March 17. Left 1899. 2 Brooke 

XV. 1898. University College, Oxford, B.A. 1902. In business in Glasgow. Of 

Doonholm, Ayr. 

Ogston, James Norman, third son of A. M. Ogston, Esq., Ardoe, near 
Aberdeen, aged 13, February 15. Left 1898. 3 Brooke 

Orr, Robert Clifford, younger son of Robert H. Orr, Esq., Holywood, Co. 
Down, Ireland, aged 14, September 17. Left 1897. 3 Brooke 

Address, 7, Lower Crescent, Belfast, Ireland. 

Grischotti, William, younger son of Rudolph Oscar Grischotti, Esq., 15, 
Grosvenor Terrace, Kelvinside, Glasgow, aged 13, April 21. 
Left 1899. 2 Stallard 

XV. 1897, 1898. Address, as above. 

Marshall, Alfred Harold, elder son of Alfred William Marshall, Esq., 
The Towers, Pinner, aged 14, December 16. Left 1897. 1 Stallard 

Moyna, Edward Gerald James, only son of Edward Sandford Moyna, Esq., 
Casilla 586, Valparaiso, Chili, aged 14, Sept. 3. Left 1899. 2 Stallard 

Minor Exhibitioner, 1899. New College, Oxford, First Class History, 1903. Of 
Sandymount, Dundalk. Bath Club. 

Cobb, Robert, eldest son of Herbert Mansfield Cobb, Esq., (o.R. 1866), Gads 
Hill House, Higham, Rochester, aged 15, November 1. Left 
1897. 8 Payne Smith 

A Land Agent at Higham, near Rochester, 1903. 

Cobb, Henry Frederick, second son of the above Herbert Mansfield Cobb, 
Esq., aged 13, March 11. Left 1899. 2 Payne Smith 

XI. 1898. XV. 1898. Fellow, Surveyors' Institute, 1903. Address, Mockbeggar, 
near Rochester, Kent. 

Medhurst, William, second son of Walter Cope Medhurst, Esq., National 
Provincial Bank House, Rugby, aged 13, September 14. Left 
1898. 2 Town 

Engineering Pupil, Apprentice, S.E. Railway Company, from 1899. Of 33, St. 
Andrew's Road, Portslade-by-Sea, Sussex. 



HERBERT ARMITAGE JAMES, D.D., 

ELECTED HEADMASTER IN 1895. 



ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1895. 

Burnyeat, Hugh Ponsonby, fourth son of William Burnyeat, Esq., Mill- 
grove, Whitehaven, aged 13, May 5. Left 1898. 2 " School 

Woolwich, 1898. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1899. R.H.A. 1901. 

Davenport, Gilbert Capell, second son of Thomas Marriott Davenport, 
Esq., (O.R. 1856), Headington Hill, Oxford, aged 14, April 17. 
Left 1898. 1 School 

Address, as above. 



James, 1895. 219 



Batt, Bernard Edward Augustine, eldest son of Charles Dorrington Batb, 
Esq., M.B., The Hill, Witney, Oxon, aged 13, July 1. Left 
1900. 2 Whitelaw 

Trinity College, Oxford, from October, 1900. Home address, as above. 

Gremmell, Alan Cecil, elder son of the late Thomas Gemmell, Esq., (O.K. 
1862), Hawksview, Cobhara, Surrey, aged 14, June 10. Left 
1899. 2 Whitelaw 

XI. 1898. Trinity College, Cambridge, from October, 1900. Home address* 
Dalkeith House, Bnglefield Green, Surrey. 

Stirling, Kenneth, second son of Hugh Stirling, Esq., 2, Vanbrugh Park, 
Road, Blackheath, London, aged 14, Feb. 8. Left 1899. 2 Whitelaw 

XV. 1898. Articled to a Solicitor. 

Behrens, Frank Edward, second son of Gustav Behrens, Esq., Holly Royde, 
Withington, Manchester, aged 13, July 1. Left 1900 2 Donkin 
New College, Oxford, B. A., Third Class History, 1903. In business in Manchester. 
Address, as above. 

Goode, Hugh Rhonold, son of the late William James Goode, Esq., Tudor 
House, Hampstead Heath, London, aged 14, January 22. Left 
1897. 2 Donkin 

Harben, Guy Philip, youngest son of Henry Andrade Harben, Esq., 107, 
Westbourne Terrace, Hyde Park, London, aged 13, October 28. 
Left 1899. 2 Donkin 

Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, 1899-1902. Slade School of Art, from 
1902. Address, as above. Bath Club. 

Oswald, William Digby, son of Thomas Ridley Oswald, Esq., Castle Hall, 
Milford Haven, S. Wales, aged 15, January 20. Leftl898. 1 Donkin 
Served in the South African War, in the Railway Pioneer Regiment. D.S.O. 

Benjamin, Ashley Floriau, younger son of Eugene Benjamin, Esq., 
30, Hamilton Terrace, London, aged 13, December 31. Left 

1898. 2 Collins 

Fletcher, Cyril, younger son of Walter Fletcher, Esq., (O.K. 1864), 
26, Haworth Buildings, Manchester, aged 13, July 22. Left 

1899. 3 Collins 

VIII- 1899. Loyal North Lancashire Militia, 1901. Address, as above. 

Holden, Kalph Ainsworth, third son of the late Charles Henry Holden, 
Kilnfield, Bromley Cross, Bolton, aged 14, October 11. Left 
1896. 2 Collins 

Tait, William Alfred, only son of William Chester Tait, Esq., 155, Entre 
Quintas, Oporto, Portugal, aged 14, Dec. 23. Left 1898. 2 Collins 

A Merchant. Address, as above. 

Ollivant, Edward, third son of Lieut. -Colonel Edward Albert Ollivant, 
H.H.A., (O.K. 1856), R.A. Barracks, Woolwich, aged 13, July 9. 
Left 1900. 2 Michell 

King's College, Cambridge, B.A., 1903,- Second Class Historical Tripos, 1903. 
Member of Lloyds, 1903. Address, Elliotts, Nuthurst, Horsham. 

Schiele, Harold, third son of Edward Constantino Schiele, Esq., Villa San 
Gustavo, Entre Rios, Argentine Republic, aged 15, April 10. 
Left 1896. 1 Michell 

Address, Estacion Alejo Ledesma, F.C.R., Argentine Republic. 

Atkinson, Evelyn Rupert John, younger son of Henry Lee Atkinson, 
Esq., M.D., Sandhurst, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia, aged 14, 
February 3. Left 1897. 2 Steel 



220 James, 1895. 



Slack, Clulow Orme, elder son of Francis Alexander Slack, Esq., Chupra, 
Sarun, Bengal, India, aged 14, November 19. Left 1898. 2 Steel 

Wilkinson, Rowland, third son of Thomas Wilkinson, Esq., Upper wood 
Hall, Barnsley, aged 15, January 20. Left 1897. 3 Steel 

Address, Ardsley House, near Barnsley. 

FargUS, Nigel Harry Skinner, son of Henry Robert Fargus, Esq., Milton 

House, Strawberry Hill, Middlesex, aged 13, July 2. Left 

1898. 3 Brooke 

Gazetted to the Royal Scots 1900. Served in the South African War 1899-1902 

including actions at Belfast and Lydenberg. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 

King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Lambert, Dudley Davies, younger son of John Lambert, Esq., (O.K. 1864), 
Ellesmere House, Nottingham, aged 14, August 26. Left 
1899. 2 Brooke 

VIII. 1897, 1898, 1899. Address, as above. 

Annandale, William Stanley O'Neil, third son of Thomas Annandale, M.D., 
Professor of Surgery, Edinburgh University, aged 13, May 8. 
Left 1897. 2 Stallard 

Bolton, William Agnew, elder son of Joseph John Bolton, Esq., Heath- 
field, Lancaster Road, Eccles, aged 13, Oct. 5. Left 1900. 2 Michell 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1903. Address, as above. 

Clarke, Alan Strafford, fourth son of Theophilus Hughes Clarke, Esq., 
Atlingworth, Beckenham, Kent, aged 13, August 23. Left 
1898. 1 Stallard 

Clare College, Cambridge, 1900. 

Denton, George Clarke, only son of George Ohardin Denton, Esq., 
(O.K. 1866), afterwards K.C.M.G., Lagos, West Africa, aged 14, 
April 22. Left 1899. 2 Stallard 

Gazetted to the Yorkshire Regiment 1901. Served in the South African Wa' 
1900-01. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. 

Marshall, William Edward, younger son of Alfred William Marshall, Esq., 
The Towers, Pinner, Middlesex, aged 13, April 10. Left 
1896. 8 Stallard 

Officer, Adam Cairns, youngest son of the late Henry Suetonius Officer, 
Esq., of Melbourne, Australia, aged 14, Jan. 2. Left 1896. 3 Stallard 

Stallard, George Willes, eldest son of George Stallard, Esq., Horton 
Crescent, Rugby, aged 12, May 31. Left 1899. 2 Stallard 

An Engineer. Address, as above. 

Staniland, Geoffrey, younger son of Robert William Staniland, Esq., 
(O.K. 1855), Boston, Lincolnshire, aged 14, February 18. Left 
1897. 1 Michell 

Admitted a Solicitor 1903. Of 1, Eton Avenue, North Finchley. 

WMttall, Harold Frederick, fourth son of Richard Watson Whittall, Esq., 
Smyrna, aged 15, January 16. Left 1897. 3 Stallard 

Carver, Sydney Ralph Pitts, only son of Sydney Henton Carver, Esq., 
Alexandria, Egypt, aged 14, Sept. 7. Left 1898. 2 Payne Smith 
Christ Church, Oxford, B.A., Third Class History, 1901. In business in Egypt 
from 1901. Address, Oasis, Ramleh, Egypt. 

Conant, Harry Charles, second son of Henry John Conant, Esq., Willoughby 
Hall, Grantham, aged 13, June 17. Left 1898 l Payne Smith 

Gazetted to the East Lancashire Militia 1900. Served in the South African War 
1900. Offered a Commission in the Army. Accidentally killed at Cape Town by 
being run over by an Electric Tram Car 1902. 



James, 1895. 221 



Courtauld, John Sewell, third son of Sydney Courtauld, Esq., Booking 
Place, Braintree, aged 14, August 26. Left 1899. 2 Payne Smith 
King's College, Cambridge, B.A., 1902. 

Dyer, George Nowers, third son of Frederick Dyer, Esq., The Pent- 
lands, Park Eill Road, Croydon, aged 13, May 21. Left 
1899. 2 Payne Smith 

Gazetted to the Royal West Surrey Regiment 1900. 

Eddy, Kenneth Lewis, elder son of Raymond Thomas Eddy, Esq., 
Montford, Altrincham, Cheshire, aged 14, October 23. Left 
1898. 1 Payne Smith 

XV. 1897. 

Leuchars, Alan Edgar, only son of Edgar Leuchars, Esq., Grayshot, 
Liphook, Hants, aged 13, March 21. Left 1896. 2 Payne Smith 

Linton, Denys, eldest son of the late Right Rev. Sydney Linton, (O.K. 1855), 
Bishop of Riverina, New South Wales, aged 15, September 30. 
Left 1897. 3 Payne Smith 

In business from 1898. Of 37, St. Margaret's Road, Oxford. 

Johnson, Ernest James, third son of Robert Lewis Johnson, Esq., The 
Watlands, Longport, Stoke-on-Trent, aged 14, February 15. 
Left 1899. 2 Payne Smith 

XI. 1899. In business in the Potteries from 1899. Of Buttertou Hall, Newcastle, 

Staffordshire. 

Robertson, Alan Douglas, third son of James Robertson, Esq., Struan 
Lodge, Altrincham, Cheshire, aged 15, January 30. Left 

1898. 1 Pay rie Smith 
In business in Manchester. Address, as above. 

Rosten, Leslie Martin, only son of William Rosten, Esq., M.D., Carlton 
House, Acock's Green, Birmingham, aged 14, July 11. Left 

1898. 2 Payne Smith 
Address, as above. 

Cossar, George Carter, only son of the late Thomas Cossar, Esq., M.D., 
East Craigs, Corstorphine, Midlothian, aged 14, September 16. 
Left 1897. 1 School 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A., 1903. Address, as above. 

Fleischmann, Oscar Sheridan, younger son of Frederick 0. K. Fleischmann, 
Esq., 11, Collingham Gardens, South Kensington, aged 14, March 
21. Left 1900. 2 Michell 

Racquets 1900. Magdalen College, Oxford, from October, 1900. Home address, 
6, Collingham Gardens, London, S.W. 

Graham, Claude, fourth son of Major-General John Gordon Graham, 
Gillshaw Lodge, Rugby, aged 13, September 4. Left 1898. 3 Town 

Gazetted to the Northamptonshire Regiment 1901. India 1903. Home address, 
Moss Know, Ecclefechan, N.B. 

Wanstall, Arthur Carmichael, second son of the late Rev. Richard Cotterill 
Wanstall, Condover Rectory, Salop, aged 13, February 8. Left 
1900. 2 Town 

Keble College, Oxford, 1900. Assistant Master at Merchiston Castle School, 
Edinburgh, from 1903. Home address, Broughton House, Rugby. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1895. 

Arnold-Forster, William Howard, second son of Edward Pen rose Arnold- 
Forster, Esq , (O.K. 1865), Cathedine, Burley-iii-Wharfdale, Leeds, 
aged 14, August 30. Left 1898. 1 School 



222 James, 1895. 



Bazely, George Henry Boothby, only SOD of the late Rev. Henry Carson 
Barnes Bazely, of Oxford, aged 14, August 10. Left 1900. 2 School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, from October, 1900. 

Blackwood, Henry Conor Tumour, elder son of James Black wood, Esq., 
Summerhill Cottage, Chislehurst, aged 13, January 31. Left 
1900 2 School 

XI. 1900. Racquets 1900. Oriel College, Oxford, 1900. Of Homecroft, Foots 
Cray, Kent. 

Boyd, Arthur Octavian, seventh son of James Boyd, Esq., 17, Queen's 
Gate Gardens, London, aged 13, September 29. Left 1898. 3 School 
Woolwich 1898. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1900. R.H.A. 1902. Meerut 1904- 
Junior Naval and Military Club. 

Field, Sydney Riach, eldest son of Edward Field, Esq., (O.R. 1864), Strath- 
field. Leamington, aged 13, March 20. Left 1900. 2 School 

Trinity College, Oxford, from October 1900. Home address, as above. 

Hales, Arthur John Shirley Hoare, elder son of Major- General Arthur 
Hales, (O.K. 1850), Belvedere, Crystal Palace Park Road, Sydenham, 
aged 13, November 27. Left 1900. 2 School 

XV. 1899. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, from October, 1900. 

Hattersley-Smith, Wilfrid Percy Ashby, second son of Rev. Percy 
Hattersley-Smith, Hazelwell, Cheltenham, aged 13, December 8 
Left 1898. 3 School 

Woolwich 1899. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1900. Burma 1904. Home address, 
Claremont, Cheltenham. 

Knox, Edmund George Valpy, son of the Right Rev- Edmund Arbuthnob 
Knox, afterwards Lord Bishop of Manchester, St. Philip's Rectory, 
Birmingham, aged 14, May 10. Left 1900. 2 School 

Scholar 1895. Scholar of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, October, 1900. 

Muir, George Basil Fairlie, son of John Faiiiie Muir, Esq., (o.a. 1859), 
Crofton Lodge, The Park, Cheltenham, aged 13, August 29. Left 

1901. 1 School 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, from October, 1901. 

Bellringer, Hubert Ernest, only son of Thomas Bellringer, Esq., Godwyn 
House, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, aged 14, November 19. Left 

1899. 2 Whitelaw 

University College, Oxford, B.A., 1902. Address, as above. 

Dillon, Edward Wentworth, second son of Harry Wentworth Dillon, Esq., 
Park Hill Lodge, Sydenham, London, aged 14, February 15. 
Left 1900. 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1895. XI. 1899, 1900. XV. 1899. University College, Oxford. In Lloyds, 
London, E.C. 

Eccles, Percy, fifth son of Joseph Eccles, Esq., Myerscough House, 
Garstang, aged 13, October 14. Left 1900. 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1895. Exhibitioner of Oriel College from October, 1900. 

Falk, John Howard Toynbee, younger son of Herman John Falk, Esq., 
(o .11. 1868), Thorshill, West Kirby, Cheshire, aged 14, July 22. 
Left 1899. 2 Whitelaw 

Balliol College, Oxford, 1899. In business in Liverpool. In Odessa for his Firm 
1904. Of Thorshill, West Kirby, Cheshire. 

Giegson, Richard Eustace Stockdale, only son of Samuel Gregson, Esq., 
1, Crumpsall Crescent, Cheetham Hill, Manchester, aged 14, 
September 23. Left 1900. 2 Whitelaw 

XV. 1898, 1899. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A., 1903. 



James, 1895. 223 



Trevelyan, Henry, only son of the Hon. Mr. Justice Ernest John Trevelyan, 
(O.K. 1865), Judge of the High Court. Calcutta aged 13, November 
22. Left 1899. 2 Whitelaw 

Woolwich 1899. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers 1900. 

Bean, George Reginald, elder son of Rev. Benjamin Makin Bean, Vicar of 
Cubbington, near Leamington, aged 14, May 26. Left 1897. 2 Donkin 

Duncan, James Grant, elder son of John Duncan, Esq., 6, Blackheath 
Rise, London, aged 14 May 12. Left 1899. 3 Donkin 

Pembroke College, Cambridge, B.A., 1902. A Student of the Inner Temple 1901. 
Of 5, Aberdeen Terrace, Blackheath, London, S.E. 

Loveday, John, fourth son of John Edward Taylor Loveday, Esq., 
Williamscote, Banbury, aged 13, March 20. Left 1897. 1 Donkin 
University College, Durham, 1903. 

Powlett, Charles Horatio Armand, son of Rear-Admiral Armand Temple 
Powletfc, 10, Bilton Road, Rugby, aged 16, June 7. Left 
1897. 2 Donkin 

Gazetted to the Royal Warwickshire Regiment, 1898. 

Thomas, Basil, third son of Harry Edgecumbe Thomas, Esq., Rockleaze 

Point, Clifton. Bristol, aged 14, June 14 Left 1900* Donkin 

Magdalen College, Oxford, 1900-02. Gazetted to the Gloucestershire Regiment, 1903. 

Tremlett, George Washington, eldest son of Washington Tremlett, Esq., 
Rue Auber 13, Paris, aged 14, Sept. 17. Left 1897. 2 Donkin 

Address, 66, Rue de Paris, Asnieres, Seine, France. 

Turner, John Fisher, eldest son of Alweyne Turner, Esq., Lahore, Punjab, 
India, aged 14, April 24. Left 1898. 2 Donkin 

Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 1900. 

Barker, Henry Sandys, younger son of Frederick Barker, Esq., (o.R. 1864), 
Longlands, Granga-over-Sands, Carnforth, aged 14, September^. 
Left 1897 * Collins 

Heidelberg College, 1899-1902. A Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1902. Home address, 
as above. 

Cartwright, Arthur James, third son of William Cartwright, Esq., 7, 
Newcastle Drive, Nottingham, aged 14, June 13. Left 1899. 3 Collins 

XV. 1899. 

Cartwright, Vincent Henry, fourth son of the above William Cartwright, 
Esq, aged 13, September 10, Left 1901. 2 Collins 

XL 1900, 1901. XV. 1898, 1899, 1900. At Corpus Christi College, Oxford, from 
October, 1901. 

Higson, Frank, only son of Frederic Stanley Higson, Esq., The West 
House. Buxton, aged 14, May 25. Left 1899.* Collins 

Jesus College, Cambridge, 1899-1901. Gazetted to the Northumberland Fusiliers, 
1901. At Wynberg, Gape Colony, 1904. 

Heming- Johnson, Basil Gore, second son of Henry Heming- Johnson, Esq., 
Champions, Limpsfield, Surrey, aged 13, Oct. 27. Left 1900. 8 Collins 
University College, Oxford, B.A. 1903. Address, as above. 

Mackennal, William Leavers, third son of the Rev. Alexander Mackennal, 
D.D., Beech wood, Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 14, February 2. 
Left 1898. 3 Collins 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Homeaddress, The Downs Cottage, Bowdon, Cheshire. 

Steel, Claude Godt'roy, elder son of Charles Godfrey Steel. Esq., (o.R. 1867), 

Barby Road, Rueby. aered 14, June 11. Left 1900. 2 Collins 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1904. 



224 James, 1895. 



Hardy, Henry Harrison, younger son of the Rev. Arthur Octavius Hardy, 
(o.u. 1852), Smarden Rectory, Kent, aged 13, January 2. Left 
1901. Michell 

Scholar 1895. Head of the School. Major Exhibitioner, 1901. Scholar of New 
College, Oxford, 1901, First Class Classical Moderations, 1903. Home address, 
The Rectory, Lydd, Kent. 

Donald, William Francis Maxwell, third son of the late Colin Dunlop 
Donald, Esq., 172. St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, aged 14, June 3. 
Left 1898 2 . Michell 

A Civil Engineer, 1902. Address, 14, Huntly Gardens, Glasgow. 

Kill 1m arm, Herbert Charles Raymond, only son of Julius Kullmann, Esq., 
Manilla Lodge, Fallowfield, Manchester, aged 13, January 28. 
Left 1899. 1 Michell 

Neuchatel Commercial School. A Merchant in Manchester, as above. 

Tufton, Cecil George, second son of Alfred Charles Tufton, Esq., 56, 

Leinster Square. London, aged 15, August 3. Left 1897. 3 Michell 

Reading for the Diplomatic Service, 1902. Address, 43, Palace Court, London, W. 

Cayzer, Herbert Robin, son of Charles W. Cayzer, Esq., M.P., afterwards 
Knight, Ralston, Renfrewshire, aged 14, July 23. Left 1898. a Steel 

Chamberlain, John, son of Arthur Chamberlain, Esq., Moor Green Hall, 
Birmingham, aged 13, December 22. Left 1899 .* Steel 

In business at Kynoch's, Birmingham. Address, as above. 

Dix, Robert Malam, only son of George Dix, Esq., Merton Cottage, 
Croydon, aged 13, August 24. Left 1897- 3 Steel 

Address, as above. 

Foote, Archibald Murray, son of Alexander Foote, Esq., Mall Park, 
Montrose. N.B., aged 14, March 27. Left 1898. 1 Steel 

An Accountant in London. Home address, as above. 

Gouldesbrough, Claude, second son of the late Thomas Gouldesbrough, 
Esq., Highfields, Worksop, aged 14. April 12. Left 1899.' Steel 
Christ Church, Oxford, from October, 1900. Medical Student. 

Jury, Edward Cotton, son of Charles Cotton Jury, Esq., Airfield House, 
Dnndrum, Co. Dublin, aged 13. October 20. Left 1899. 2 Steel 
Gazetted to the 18th Hussars, 1900. Served in the South African War, 1901-02. 
Queen's Medal with five Clasps. 

Hemp, Claude Whitfield, only son of Archer Claude Hemp, Esq., 55, 
Cavendish Road, Brondesbury, London, aged 14, March 18. Left 
1899. 3 Steel 

Gazetted to the Royal Berkshire Regiment, 1901. Served in the South African 
War, 1901-02. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. In Egypt, 1904. 

Shaw, Frank, only son of Frank Shaw, Esq., Ellerslie, Sefton Park Road, 
Liverpool, aged 14. February 4. Left 1899 . 2 Steel 

Address, as above. 

Whyte, Cecil Harman Baldwin St. George, son of Charles Cecil 
Beresford "Whyte, Esq.. Hatley Manor, Carrick-on- Shannon, aged 
14, July 24. Left 1896. 2 Steel 

Gazetted to 5th Conuaught Rangers, Militia, 1901. Served in the South African 
War, 1901. Queen's Medals. 

Banks, Reginald Mitchell, only son of Wm. Mitchell Banks, Esq., after- 
wards Knight, 28, Rodney Street, Liverpool, aged 15, August 26. 
Left 1899. 2 Brooke 

Scholar of Christ Church, Oxford, 1899, Second Class, Classical Moderation, B.A. 
Second Class, Final Classics, 1903. Address, as above. 



James, 1895. 225 



Deuchar, Leslie Robertson, second son of David Deuchar, Esq., 12, Hope 
Terrace, Edinburgh, aged 14, January 4. Left 1897. 3 Brooke 

Edelstein, Adolph Julius, only son of Victor Edelstein, Esq., German 
Consul, Oaklands, Bradford, aged 14, July 30. Left 1898. 8 Brooke 

Hannay, Alexander Kay, younger son of Anthony Scott Hannay, Esq., 
Mossley Hill Drive, Liverpool, aged 14, Mar. 30. Left 1899. 2 Brooke 

XI. 1899. XV. 1897, 1898. Trinity College, Oxford, B.A., 1903. Address, as above. 

Hughes, Thomas Harrison, second son of John William Hughes, Esq., 
New Heys, Allerton, Liverpool, aged 14, Apl. 13. Leftl899. 1 Brooke 

XV., 1898. Racquets, 1899. In business in Liverpool from 1899. Of Mersey 
Chambers, Liverpool. 

Marshall, John, eldest son of the late Arthur John Marshall, Esq., 16, 
Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square, London, aged 15, July 21. 
Left 1898. 2 Brooke 

In business from 1898. Captain, 5th West Middlesex Volunteers. Of 11, Vere 
Street, London, W. 

Rowell, Richard Rouse Sydenham, eldest son of Richard Sydenham 
Rowell, Esq., Cherwell Croft, Summertown, Oxford, aged 14, 
September 9. Left 1897. 3 Brooke 

In business at Oxford. Address, as above. 

Thomson, William, eldest son of David Thomson, Esq., Greenfield, Alloa, 
N.B., aged 15, August 20. Left 1897. 3 Brooke 

de Vere, Gaston Le*on du Che"ne, second son of the late Hippolyte de Vere, 
Esq., Florence, Italy, aged 13, October 14. Left 1900. 2 Brooke 

Scholar 1895. XV. 1899. Exhibitioner of Balliol College, Oxford, October, 1900. 

Angus, William Gordon, third son of Colonel William Mathwen Angus, 
Fenham Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 14, July 12. Left 
1896.* Stallard 

Served in the South African War in the 16th Imperial Yeomanry, 1900-01. Killed 
in action, 3 June, 1901. 

Edmondson, Robert Holt, third son of Robert Holt Edmondson, Esq., 
Golborne, Newton-le- Willows, aged 14, August 13. Left 
1900. 2 Stallard 

XV. 1899. VIII. 1899, 1900. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1900. Agents, Cox 
and Co., Charing Cross. 

Forrest, George Fitz-George, third son of Henry Vaughan Forrest, Esq., 
Royal Naval Hospital, Plymouth, aged 13, October 21. Left 
1900. 2 Stallard 

Scholar 1895. Scholar of Christ Church, Oxford, from October, 1900. 

Grove-White, Robert, third son of William James Grove- White, Esq., 
18, Elgin Road, Dublin, aged 14, Sept. 9. Left 1899. 2 Stallard 
Scholar of Trinity College, Dublin, 1899. A Student of the King's Inns, Dublin, 
1903. Address, as above. 

Haggle, Peter Norman Broughton, elder son of Peter Sinclair Haggie, 
Esq., Whitburn, Sunderland, aged 14, July 8. Left 1898. 8 Stallard 

Jones, Edward Tudor, third son of the late Edward John Jones, Esq., 
Aberystwith, aged 14, October 28. Left 1897. 3 Stallard 

An Mining Engineer. Of Plaspadarn, Llanbadarn Fawr, Aberystwith. 

Knapman, Herbert, second son of John William Knapman, Esq., 11, 
Abersham Road, Dalston, London, aged 15, October 14. Left 
1898. 2 Stallard 

Scholar 1895. Minor Exhibitioner, 1898. Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1901, Fellow 1903. Of 59, Heathland Road, Stamford Hill, London, N. 
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226 James, 1895. 



Knott, Thomas Garbutt, eldest son of James Knott, Esq., Manor House, 
Jesmond, Newcastle on-Tyne, aged 16, July 14. LeftlSQG. 1 Stallard 

Leuchars, Raymond, younger son of William Leuchars, Esq., Chester 
House, Wimbledon Common, London, S.W., aged 13, October 3. 
Left 1900. 2 Stallard 

Exeter College, Oxford, from October, 1901. Home address, as above. 

Morison, Cecil Graham Traquair, only son of John Morison, Esq., M.D., 
St. Albans, Herts., aged 14, Jnly 12. Left 1899. 2 Stallard 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. Second Class, Natural Science, 1903. Address as 
above. 

Richardson, Noel Walter, only son of Walter Henry Richardson, Esq., 
Rookwood, Court Road, Eltham, Kent, aged 13, December 4. 
Left 1897. 1 Stallard 

Address, as above. 

Samman, Henry, only son of Henry Samman, Esq., Walkergate House, 
Beverley, aged 14, February 18. Left 1897. 1 Stallard 

A Ship Owner in Hull. Served in the South African War in the Militia, 1902. 
Queen's and King's Medals with five Clasps. Address, as above. 

Shepheard-Walwyn, Alfred Irving, second son of Arthur Walwyn 
Shepheard-Walwyn, Esq., Broadwath, Carlisle, aged 13, October 
29. Left 1897. 3 Stallard 

Soames, Lancelot Henry, fourth son of Walter Kolle Soames, Esq., Maze 
Hill House, Blackheath, aged 14. July 31. Left 1897. a Stallard 

Sandhurst, 1900. Gazetted to the East Kent Regiment, 1900. Served in the 
South African War, 1899-1902. Severely wounded. Queen's Medal with five 
Clasps. 

Thompson, George, elder son of Alfred Thompson, Esq., Knottsall Lodge, 
Warley, Oldbury, aged 14. June 20. Left 1898. 2 Stallard 

Whittall, Donald, fifth son of Richard Watson Whittall, Esq., Smyrna, 
Asia Minor, aged 14, Feb. 25. Left 1899. 8 Stallard 

XV. 1898. 

Woodyatt, Walter Philip, younger son of John Woodyatt, Esq., 1 and 2, 
Gt. Winchester Street, London, aged 15, August 29. Left 
1897. 1 Stallard 

Barton, Robert Childers, eldest son of the late Charles William Barton, 
Esq., G-lendalough Bouse, Annamoe, Co. Wicklow, aged 14, March 
14. Left 1897. 1 Payne Smith 

Courage, Douglas Knyvett, sixth son of Henry Courage, Esq., Graven- 
hurst, Bolney, Sussex, aged 14, Aug. 15. Left 1898. 3 Payne Smith 
Christ Church, Oxford, 1900. 

Evers, Hugh Lancelot, fifth son of Prank Evers, Esq., White Hall, Stour- 
bridge, aged 14, July 8. Left 1899.3 Payne Smith 

In business from 1900. Address, as above. 

Holden, Hugh Shuttleworth, third son of Rev. John Shuttleworth Holden, 
(O.K. 1861), Lackford Manor, Bury St. Edmunds, aged 14, June 6. 
Left 1898. 3 ' Payne Smith 

Holland, Franklin, third son of Walter Holland, Esq., Carnatic Hall, 
Mossley Hill, Liverpool, aged 14, Aug. 21. Left 1900. 2 Payne Smith 
King's College, Cambridge. 

Jackson, William Edmund, only son of Rev. Edmund Jackson, Gilmorton 
Rectory, Lutterworth, aged 15, July 30. Left 1898. 1 Payne Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1903. Address, as above. 



James, 1895. 227 

Marsden, George William, only sou of George William Marsden, Esq., 
Bryntirion, Datchet, Bucks, aged 13, November 15. Left 

1898. 2 Payne Smith 

Articled to a Solicitor. Address, as above. 

McKenzie, Kennebh Buchanan, younger son of Alexander George 
McKenzie, Esq., 16, The Oaks, Sunderland, aged 14, July 8. 
Left 1899. 3 Payne Smith 

Gazetted to the Imperial Yeomanry 1902. Served in the South African War 1902. 
Of 9, The Esplanade, Sunderland. 

Price, Frederick Talbot, fourth son of Arthur Henry Price, Esq., 
Valparaiso, Chili, South America, aged 14, October 19. Left 

1897. 3 Payne Smith 

Scott-Gatty, Charles Comyn, second son of Alfred Scott-Gatty, Esq., 
York Herald, 71, Warwick Road, Earl's Court, aged 14, October 5. 
Left 1897. 2 Payne Smith 

On the London Stock Exchange from 1901. Of 13, Moore Street, Lennox 

Gardens, London, S.W. Cocoa Tree Club. 

Trench, Claud William, third son of Louis Trench, Esq., Croft House, 
Gomersal, Leeds, aged 13. October 23. Left 1900. 2 Payne Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1903. Of 3, St. John's Wood Park, London, N.W. 

Akenhead, Francis, elder son of Rev. Edmund Akenhead, (O.K. 1864), 
Vicar of Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, aged 14, June 9. Left 
1900. 2 Brooke 

New College, Oxford, from October, 1900. 

Bousfield, William Eric, second son of William Robert Bousfield, Esq., 
St. Swithins, Hendon, N.W., aged 13, November 21. Left 
1900. 2 Brooke 

VIII. 1900. Minor Exhibitioner 1900. Caius College, Cambridge, B.A., 1903. 

Dormau, Arthur John, fourth son of Arthur John Dorman, Esq., Rush- 
pool Hall, Saltburn-on-Sea, aged 14, September 21. Left 
1900. 2 Michell 

XV. 1899. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1903. In the Iron and Steel Trade. 
Of Grey Towers, Milnthorpe, R.S.O., Yorkshire. 

Smale, Oswald Ridley, fifth son of John Smale, Esq., The Brooklands, 
Macclesfield. aged 13, January 21. Left 1898. 3 Brooke 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A., 1903. A Medical Student, St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital, 1904. Home address, as above. 

Rivington, Reginald Thurston, only son of Rev. Thurston Rivington, 
St. Nicholas Yicarage, Warwick, aged 13, November 4. Left 
1900. 2 Whitelaw 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1903. 

Fletcher, Horatio John Walpole, eldest son of Major John Lynch Fletcher, 
Eldon Place, Hillmorton Road, Rugby, aged 13, November 18. 
Left 1897 2 Town 

Address, 7, Beauchamp Avenue, Leamington. 

Sery, Gaston Edward, younger son of the late Theodore Henri Sery, of 
Marseilles, France, aged 13, January 12. Left 1899. 2 Town 

Address, 26, St. Mary's Grove, Gunnersbury, London. 

Tayler, George Arthur, third son of the late Rev. George Wood Henry 
Tayler, Chaucer Road, Bedford, aged 13, July 30. Left 1900. 1 Town 

Scholar 1896. A Clerk in the Bank of England, Leeds, from 19Q1, 



228 James,^1896. 



Watt-Smyrk, Hamilton Charles, only son of Rev. Charles Watt-Smyrk, 
The Congregational Manse, Rugby, aged 13, September 4. Left 
same Term. Town 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1896. 

Beattie, William Adam, son of William HaldenBeattie, Esq., 11, Glenoairn 
Crescent, Edinburgh, aged 14, September 4. Left 1898. 2 School 

Colmore, William Thomas, only son of Thomas Milnes Colmore, Esq., 
(o.R. 1859), The Warren, Knowle, Warwickshire, aged 14, 
December 9. School 

Died at School 27th February, 1898. 

Garforth. William, only son of Fred Garforth, Esq., Johannesburg, South 
Africa, aged 13, July 20. Left 1899. 3 School 

Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 1901. 

Walker, Ronald Ralph, second son of William Ralph Walker, Esq., Ellerslie, 
Leicester, aged 13, May 24. Left 1900. 1 School 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1903. Address, Ratcliffe Hall, Leicester. 

Dizon, Percy, son of Sir Daniel Dixon, Knight, Ballymenock, Holywood, 
Co. Devon, Ireland, aged 13, February 8. Left 1899. 8 Collins 

Died soon after leaving School. 

Henderson, Everard Francis Scotb, son of the late Charles James 
Henderson, Esq., Edinburgh, aged 14, Sept. 6. Left 1897.' Collins 

Gazetted to the Leicester Regiment, 1900. Served in South African War, 1900, 
including actions at Houtnek, Biddulphsberg, and Wittebergen. Queen's Medal 
with two Clasps. 

Hipwell, Harry Reginald, only son of Henry George Hipwell, Esq., 
Emberton Manor, Newport Pagnell, aged 15, November 22. 
Left 1898. 8 Collins 

A Brewer. Of Emberton House, Bedford. 

Holland, Gerard Middleton, son of Tom Wilkinson Holland, Esq. (O.R ., 
1861), Eydon Hall, By field, Northants, aged 14, December 10. 
Left 1896. 2 Collins 

Irwin, Clinton Delacherois, eldest son of Delacherois Hastings Irwin, 
Esq., Woodville Road, Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 13, March 3. 
Left 1899.* Collins 

Sandhurst, 1900. Gazetted to the Manchester Regiment, 1901. Home address, 
Heyeswood, Hartford, Cheshire. 

Lloyd, Henry David Llewellyn, second son of George Herbert Lloyd, Esq. 
(O.K., 1864), Coleshill Lodge, Sutton Coldfield, aged 14, Aug. 15. 
Left 1900. 8 Collins 

XV., 1899, 1900. An Engineer. Address, as above. 

Williams, John Clive, elder son of Hubert John Williams, Esq., 

Hookstyle, South Godstone, Surrey, aged 13, March 31. Left 

1898. 2 Payne Smith 

Exeter College, Oxford, from October, 1902. Home address, as above. 

Knox-Little, William John, son of Rev. Canon William John Knox-Little, 
The Cottage, Worcester, aged 14, Feb. 7. Left 1898. 3 Whitelaw 
Served in the South African War, in Paget's Horse. Address, Cleveland, near 
Johannesburg, South Africa. 

Maude, Henry Owen Hamer, son of John Maude, Esq., Redclyffe, Redhill, 
aged 14, December 10. Left 1900.* Whitelaw 

New College, Oxford, from October, 1900. 

Townshend, George Marsden, son of Chambrey Corker Townshend, Esq., 
Frenohgate, Richmond, Yorkshire, aged 14, August 5. Left 
1899.' Whitelaw 



James, 1896. 229 



Allan, James Cyril Dalmahoy, second son of Alexander Allan, Esq., 

Coonoor, Madras, India, aged 13, Feb. 13. Left 1899. 8 Donkin 

Edinburgh University, Medical Course. Address, 4, Hillside Crescent, Edinburgh. 

Botsford, Robert Simpson, eldest son of Charles Smith Botsford, Esq., 
Queen Street West, Toronto, Canada, aged 14, December 19. 
Left 1897. 3 Donkin 

Howell, Owen Bulmer, eldest son of Buhner Ho well, Esq., Cnmbrae, 
Ditton Hill, Surrey, aged 14, October 29. Left 1899. 8 Donkin 
Merton College, Oxford, B.A. 1904. 

Robertson, Archibald Mainwaring, only son of Herbert Mainwaring 
Eobertson, Esq., Boyle Farm, Thames Ditton, aged 14, Dec. 24. 
Left 1899. 3 Donkin 

XI. 1899. XV. 1899. University College, Oxford, from Lent, 1901. 

Spilsbnry, Lionel Bruce, son of Major-General Edgar John Spilsbury, 4, 
Brunswick Road, Brighton, aged 14, Sept. 2. Left 1899. 2 Donkin 

Lake, Evelyn George Hathaway, only son of George Edward Lake, Esq., 
(o.R. 1862), Edenlea, Watford, aged 13, Aug. 18 Left 1899. 3 Michell 

Address, as above. 

Lee, Archibald Edward John, second son of Arthur Morier Lee, Esq., 16, 
Kensington Square, London, aged 14, Oct. 29. Left 1896. 2 Michell 
Balliol College, Oxford, October, 1900. 

Lewthwaite, William, elder son of William Lewthwaite, Esq., (O.K. 1868). 
Broadgaie, Broughton-in-Furness, aged 13, June 20. Left 
1900 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Home address, as above. 

Herbert-Stepney, Guy Standish, second son of George Herbert-Stepney, 
Esq., The Lodge, Enniskerry, Ireland, aged 14, (September 26. 
Left 1898. 8 Michell 

Gazetted to the King's Royal Rifle Corps, 1902. 

Davies, Earl Bourne, third son of the late Henry Jackson Davies, Esq., of 
Cheltenham, aged 14, March 31. Left 1896. 3 Steel 

In a firm of Architects in Birmingham from 1901. Of The Grove, Erdington, 
Birmingham. 

Leon, Reginald Herbert, son of Herbert Samuel Leon, Esq., Bletchley 
Park, Bucks, aged 13, May 13. Left 1899. 1 Steel 

On the London Stock Exchange. Home address, as above. 

Whitton, Harold William, son of Thomas Whitton, Esq., Caswell, 
Towcester, aged 14, June 11. Left 1898. 2 Steel 

MacLeod, Malcolm Neynoe, eldest son of Malcolm Neyuoe MacLeod, Esq., 
Rajpore, Barah P.O., Bengal, aged 13, May 23. Left 1898. 3 Stallard 
Gazetted to the Royal Engineers 1900. Care of Grindlay & Co., Bombay. 

Smith, Osmond Thompson, eldest son of Edward Thompson Smith, Esq., 
Colchester, aged 14, August 10. Left 1898. 3 Stallard 

Admitted a Solicitor June, 1904. Practising at Colchester. 

Jager, Arthur Noel Richardson, son of George Jager, Esq., junr., Lingdale, 
Birkenhead, aged 14, December 29. Left 1899. 3 Brooke 

XV. 1899. In business at Liverpool. Address, as above. 

Best, Stuart, third son of Charles Winterborn Best, Esq., 1, Ovington 
Square, London, aged 13, June 13. Left 1899. 1 Whitelaw 

Address, as above. 



230 James, 1896. 



Leverson, Elmer James Earned, eldest son of Louis George Leverson, Esq., 
(O.R. 1874), 48, Hamilton Terrace, Regents Park, London, aged 13, 
March 20. Left 1900. 2 Wbitelaw 

Address, as above. 

Magor, Philip, third son of Richard Blarney Magor, Esq., Redbourne 
House, St. Albans, aged 14, December 2. Left 1899. 1 Whiielaw 
In the Argentine Republic 1904. 

Brown, Charles Sydney, eldest son of John Brown, Esq., 36, North Street, 
Rugby, aged 13, January 29. Left 1899. a Town 

Address, as above. 

Morris Davies, Hugh Vernon, third son of Morris Davies, Esq., (O.R. 1857), 
Troy House, Rugby, aged 13, January 24. Left 1901.* Town 

Articled to a Solicitor. Home address, as above. 

Rundell, William Westcott Oram, only son of Richard Cooper Rundell, 
Esq., 58, Albert Drive, Pollokshields, aged 14, March 11. Left 
1898. 2 Stallard 

Brasenose College, Oxford, from October, 1901. 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1896. 

Armitage, Sugden Elkanah, elder son of William Sydney Armitage, Esq., 
Lancing Manor, Sussex, aged 13, July 29. Left 1900. a School 

Gazetted to 3rd Loyal North Lancashire Militia 1901. Gazetted to 7th Dragoon 
Guards 1903. 

Caffyn, Harold Hunt, eldest son of Stephen Mannington Caffyn, Esq., M.D., 
6, Cedar Gardens, Putney, aged 14, Feb. 18. Left 1898. 1 School 

Gazetted to the Unattached List 1901. North Staffordshire Regiment 1901. 
Served in the South African War 1901-02. Queen's Medal with two Clasps. 

Dashwood, Arthur Paul, third son of Sir George John Egerton Dashwood, 
Bart., 2, Jury Street, Warwick, aged 13, July 17. Left 1900. 1 School 
Articled to a Civil Engineer, and admitted Student of the Institution, 1900. 
Home address, Kirtlington Park, Oxford. 

Levin, William FitzGerald, younger son of the late William Hort Levin, 
Esq., Wellington, New Zealand, aged 16, Dec. 6. Left 1897. 1 School 

Gazetted to the 1st Dragoon Guards, 1902. 

Nalder, Gerald Frederick, only son of Frederick Nalder, Esq., 5, Wood- 
lane Crescent, Falmouth, aged 13, March 14. Left 1900. 1 School 

Address, as above. 

Singer, Arthur Leonard, younger son of George Singer, Esq., Ooundon 
Court, Coventry, aged 14, August 11. Left 1900.* School 

King's College, Cambridge, B A. 1903. Address, as above. 

Lloyd, John Hastings, eldest son of Edward Wynell Mayow Lloyd, Esq., 
(O.R. 1858), Hartford House, Winchfield, aged 14, October 11, 
Left 1900.* Whitelaw 

Scholar of Queen's College, Oxford, 1900. Home address, as above. 

Paige, Cyril Penrose, second son of Henry Paige, Esq., Tengweath House 
Redruth, aged 13, July 7. Left 1900. 2 Whitelaw 

Exeter College, Oxford. Gazetted to the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 1902. 

Carr, Eric Walter, eldest son of Walter Carr, Esq., Hove, Upper Long 
Ditton, aged 13, June 25. Left 1899. 1 Donkin 

Address, Maybury Rough, Woking. 

Keun, George Benjamin Edward, only son of Alfred Augustus Keun, Esq., 
Smyrna, aged 15, March 22. Left 1900. 1 Donkin 

In business at Smyrna, from 1900. 



James, 1896. 231 



Tindall, Hugh, eldest son of Henry Edward Tindall, Esq., Arnside, Meade 
Road, Chislehursfc, aged 14, September 12. Left 1899. 1 Donkin 

Address, as above. 

Wilson, William Mackean, second son of William Wilson, Esq., Brablock, 
Paisley, aged 14, May 21. Left 1898. 3 Donkin 

A Manufacturer. Of Castlehill, Ayr, N.B. 

Furlong, Alfred William, only son of Robert O'Brien Furlong, Esq., C.B., 
Cloncavin, Killiney, Ireland, aged 13, Oct 28. Left 1899. 1 Collins 
Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1903. Address, as above. 

Hart, Thomas Clifford, second son of Thomas Hart, Esq., Brooklands, 
Blackburn, aged 13, March 15. Left 1901. 2 Collins 

Pembroke College, Cambridge. Home address, as above. 

Anderson, Thomas McCall, only son of Thomas McCall Anderson, Esq., 
M.D., 2, Woodside Terrace, Glasgow, aged 14, February 8. Left 
1899. 3 Michell 

In Chemical Works at Toronto, Canada. 

Stanning, Henry Duncan, third son of John Stanning, Esq., (o.u. 1856), 
Broadfield, Leyland, Preston, aged 14, November 14. Left 
1900. 8 Michell 

XI. 1900. Trinity College, Cambridge, October, 1900. Address, as above. 

Wilson, Hugh Radcliffe, only son of the late William Kadcliffe Wilson, 
Esq., Walton, Wakefield, aged 14, April 5. Left 1900. 1 Michell 
Address, Prestwick, Witley, Surrey. 

Lanyon, Owen Mortimer, son of Louis Mortimer Lanyon, Esq., Dundrum, 
Ireland, aged 13, September 13. Left 1899. 8 Steel 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1900. 

Peace, Hubert Kirkby, third son of Hugh Kirkby Peace, Esq., 10, Tapton 
House Road, Sheffield, aged 14, October 16. Left 1899. 1 Steel 

Reid, Eric Oswald, younger son of Nevile Reid, Esq., The Oaks, Hanworth, 
Middlesex, aged 14, April 29. Left 1899* Steel 

Entered Merton College, Oxford, 17th October, 1902, and died two days after in 
the Acland Home. 

Wilkinson, Edgar William, eldest son of John Brocksopp Wilkinson, Esq., 
Oakmount, Manchester Road, Sheffield, aged 14, July 16. Left 

1899. 1 Steel 

Addre&s, Tapton Grange, Banmore, Sheffield. 

Carrick, Lawrence Stanley, third son of the late John Carrick, Esq., The 
Grange, Brampton, Carlisle, aged 13, June 26. Left 1899. 3 Brooke 

Flint, Algernon Horace, elder son of Benjamin Henry Flint, Esq., 
10, Victoria Parade, Ramsgate, aged 13, October 22. Left 

1900. 2 Brooke 

Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Hey worth, George Alexander Frederick, elder son of George Bevan 
Hey worth, Esq., Linden House, Aigburth Drive, Sefton Park, 
Liverpool, aged 14, September 11. Left 1900. 1 Brooke 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., Third Class Natural Science Tripos, 1903. 
Address, as above. 

Hill, Philip Geoffrey Powys, elder son of Alfred Biscoe Hill, Esq., Manor 
House, Burnharn, Somerset, aged 14, Nov. 3. Left I898. s Brooke 

Gazetted to the 3rd Welsh Regiment, Militia, 1900. Gazetted to the Worcester- 
shire Regiment 1901. Served in the South African War 1899-1902. Queen's 
Medal with Clasp. King's Medal with two Clasps. Junior Conservative Club. 



232 James, 1896. 



Mitchell, Alexander Cameron, only son of Alexander Cameron Mitchell, 
Esq., Weston House, Halewood, Liverpool, aged 13, May 24. 
Left 1899. 1 Brooke 

Batchelor, Vivian Allan, only son of George Benjamin Batohelor, Esq., 
Park Lawn, Cheltenham, aged 13, August 24. Left 1899. 3 Stallard 
Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1900. 

Cox, Douglas Howard, son of Robert Cox, Esq., M.P., 34, Drumsheugh 
Gardens, Edinburgh, aged 14, Feb. 6. Left 1899. a Payne Smith 
Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1903. 

Kershaw, Harold Slaney, third son of James Kershaw, Esq., Holly House, 
Bury Old-Road, Manchester, aged 14, Mar. 9. Leftl900. 3 Payne Smith 
Articled to a Solicitor, 1900. Address, as above. 

Rodwell, Arthur Christopher, elder son of the Rev. Christopher Rodwell, 
Kimcote Rectory, Lutterworth, aged 14, December 11. Left 
1900.* Payne Smith 

Scholar 1896. Articled to a Solicitor, 1900. Address, as above. 

Rutter, James Anthony, son of Frederick John Rutter, Esq., (O.K. 1853), 
West Heath, Abbey Wood, Kent, aged 14, April 17. Leffc 
1897. 1 Payne Smith 

Whitefoord, Caleb Alan Bryce, elder son of Samuel Charles Whitefoord, 
Esq., Whitton Paddocks, Ludlow, aged 14, June 17. Left 
1898. 1 Payne Smith 

Engineering Pupil at Vickers and Maxim, Erith, Kent. Served in the South 
African War, with Kent Yeomanry. 

Allen, Vernon Moor, elder son of Vernon Allen, Esq., (o.R. 1860), Belgrave 
House, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, aged 14, February 13. Left 
1899. 3 Michell 

Woolwich 1900. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1901. At Esquimault, British 
Columbia, 1904. 

Barton, Claud, younger son of Samuel Joseph Barton, Esq., M.D., 
34, Surrey Street, Norwich, aged 13, Aug. 21, Left 1901. 1 Collins 
Trinity College, Oxford, from October, 1901. Home address, as above. 

Cayzer, Harold Stanley, son of Charles William Cayzer, Esq., afterwards 
Knight, Ralston, Renfrewshire, aged 13, Aug. 8. Leftl898. 3 Steel 
Gazetted to the Unattached List 1901, and to the llth Hussars 1901. 

Gregson, Geoffrey Kirkes, son of Captain Matthew Henry Gregson, 
(O.R. 1860), Ardkeen Lodge, Putney, aged 14, September 8. Left 
1897. 1 Whitelaw 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1900. 

Ogilvie, Alexander, second son of Arthur Graeme Ogilvie, Esq., (o.R. 1864), 
8, Grove End Road, St. John's Wood, London, aged 13, June 8. 
Left 1900. 3 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge. To be an Engineer. Address, 13, Holland Villas 
Road, London, N.W. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1896. 

Bremner, Athelstan Dermot St. George, elder son of William Pitt 
Bremner, Esq., 43, Waterloo Place, Dublin, aged 14, Feb. 28. 
Left 1899. 2 School 

Woolwich, 1899. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 1900. Agents, Cox & Co., 
Charing Cross. 



James, 1896. 233 



Butler, Ralph Lewis Giberne, sixth son of Spencer Perceval Butler, Esq. 

(O.K., 1841), 55, Harrington Gardens, London, S.W., aged 13, 

April 19. Left 1902. 2 School 

Scholar, 1896. Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1902. Person Scholar, 1904. 

Campbell, James Clark, only son of Matthew Fearce Campbell, Esq., 9, 

Lynedoch Crescent, Glasgow, aged 13, Dec. 28. Left 190 1. 2 School 

VIII., 1901. Articled to a Chartered Accountant, 1901. Address, as above. 
Cawley, Oswald, fourth son of Frederick Cawley, Esq., M.P., Brooklands, 
Prestwich, Manchester, aged 13, Oct. 7. Left 1900. 8 School 

Exhibitioner of New College, Oxford, 1901. 

Clark, George Ernest, elder son of George Smith Clark, Esq., Dunlambert, 
Belfast, aged 14. July 25. Left 1900. 2 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1904. To be a Marine Engineer. Home address, 
as above. 

Evans, Arthur Percivale, younger son of Arthur Evans, Esq., Llangilly 
Castle, Newport, Mon., aged 13, Oct 3. Left 1900 * School 

Gazetted to the King's Royal Rifle Corps, 1901. Served in the South African 
War, 1899.1902. 

Gordon, Alexander Robert Gisborne, eldest son of Alexander Hamilton 

Gordon, Esq., Delamount House, Killyleagh, Ireland, aged 14, 

July 28. Left 1900.* School 

Sandhurst 1900. Gazetted to the Royal Irish Regiment 1901. Junior Naval and 

Military Club. 

Ghlbbins, Launcelot Russell, son of John Russell Gubbins, Esq., Lima, 
Peru, aged 14, March 22. Left 1900. 1 School 

Hutchison, Henry Oliphant, second son of Henry William Hutchison, Esq., 
Eastbank, Kirkcaldy, aged 13, July 3. Left 190 1. 3 School 

XV. 1900. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1903. 

Jacquier, Leon Auguste Etienne, younger son of Francois Marie Jacquier, 
Esq., 31, Avenue de Noailles, Lyon, France, aged 13, September 
25. Left 1899.* School 

Address, as above. 

Mackenzie, Kenneth Alistair. only son of the late Walter Scott Mackenzie, 
Esq., Iweetpore, India, aged 13, December 22. Left 1899. 8 School 
Address, 12, Cheniston Gardens, London, W. 

Newall, Geoffrey Stirling, son of Frederick Stirling Newall, Esq., Birtley 
Hall, Chester-le- Street, aged 14, June 21. Left 1897.* School 
Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Pearson. Weetman Harold Miller, eldest son of Sir Weetman Dickinson 
Pearson, M.P., Bart-, 16, Airlie Gardens, Kensington, London, 
aged 14, April 18. Left 1900. 1 School 

Christ Church, Oxford, from October, 1901. 

Spens, William, eldest son of John Alexander Spens, Esq., 14, Woodside 
Crescent, Glasgow, aged 14. May 31. Left 1901* School 

Minor Exhibitioner 1901. Scholar of King's College, Cambridge, 1901, First Class 
Natural Science Tripos, Part 1, 1903. Home address, 25, Park Circus, Glasgow. 

Welsh, Anthony Reginald, only son of William Welsh, Esq., (O.K. 1866), 
Knutsford. Cheshire, aged 12, December 27. Left 1902. 2 School 

Scholar 1996. Crick 1901, 1902. Major Exhibitioner 1902. Scholar of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, 1901. Home address, Bifrons, Fleet, Hants. 

Anderson, Edward Philip, only son of James ft d ward Anderson, Esq., 
11, Alexandra Drive, Princes Park, Liverpool, aged 13, March 30. 
Left 1899. 3 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1893. Woolwich 1899. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers 1901. Junior 
Army and Navy Club. Home address, as above. 
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234 James, 1896. 



Cramer-Roberts, Frank William, younger son of the late Lieut. -Colonel 
Charles John Cramer- Roberts, (O.H. 1849), 8, Augusta Gardens, 
Folkestone, aged 14, June 26. Left 1898. 2 Whitelaw 

Student of Engineering, Chrystal Palace School, and King's College, London. 
Address, as above. 

Smith, George Francis Rawdon, eldest son of Francis Rawdon Smith, Esq., 
(O.K. 1866), Eastfield, Ironbridge, Salop, aged 14, May 8. Left 
1900. s Whitelaw 

A Medical Student, University College, Liverpool. 

Wrigley, Ronald, fourth son of Henry Wrigley, Esq., Hillside, Chislehurst, 
Kent, aged 13, May 8. Left 1902. 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1897. Exhibitioner of New College, Oxford, 1902, Second Class Classical 
Moderations 1904. 

Buckley, John Philip, son of Samuel Buckley, Esq., M.D., 2, Ebor Villas, 
Broughton Park, Manchester, aged 13, Oct. 11. Left 1899. 2 Donkin 
Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Clarence, Arthur Arderne, son of Arthur Clarence, Esq., Kimberley, South 
Africa, aged 14, February 12. Left 1899. 3 Donkin 

At Exeter College, Oxford, from Easter, 1901. 

Fabling, John Roy, only son of John Fabling, Esq., 33, Comeragh Road, 
West Kensington, aged 14, May 13. Left 1900. 8 Donkin 

Magdalen College, Oxford, from October, 1900. Home address, as above. 

Gay-Roberts, Edmund Lionel, son of the late Edmund Coplestone Gay. 
Roberts, Esq., Exeter, aged 14, March 1. Left 1901. a Donkin 
Crick 1899. At Queen's College, Oxford, from October, 1901. 

O'Hanlon, Harry Denis, fourth son of William O'Hanlon, Esq., West 
Thorpe, Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 14, July 4. Left 1900. 2 Donkin 
In business. Address, as above. 

Stocks, John Leofric, sixth son of the Rev. Canon John Edward Stocks, 
St. Saviour's Vicarage, Leicester, aged 13, October 26. Left 
1901 Donkin 

Scholar 1896. XI. 1901. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1901. Scholar of Corpus 
Christi College, Oxford, 1901, First Class Classical Moderations 1903. Home 
address, Misterton Rectory, Lutterworth. 

Baynes, Humphrey, fourth son of Frederick Baynes, Esq., (o.R. 1863), 
Samlesbury Old Hall, Preston, aged 14, Sept. 19. Left 1899. 8 Collins 

Q-air, Henry Burgh, only son of Walter Burgh Gair, Esq., (O.R. 1869), 8, 
Bishopsgate Within, London, E.G., aged 14, July 10. Left 
1899. 2 Collins 

Merton College, Oxford, from 1902. Home address, Kestrel Grove, Bushey Heath, 
Hertfordshire. 

Montagu, Richard Headley, third son of the late Hyman Montagu, Esq., 
34, Queen's Gardens, London, aged 14, Sept- 16. Left 1901. 2 Collins 

Scholar 1896, Oxford. Honour Moderations, aegrotat, 1903. Articled to a Solicitor. 
Address, as above. 

Seeds, William, only son of the late Robert Seeds, Esq., 11, Fitzwilliam 
Square, Dublin, aged 14, June 27. Left 1899. 2 Collins 

Scholar 1896. Address, as above. 

Tomasson, James Frederick Hugh, only son of Captain William Hugh 
Tomasson, Standard Hill House, Nottingham, aged 13, March 25. 
Left 1900. 2 Collins 

Woolwich 1900. Gazetted to Royal Artillery 1902. 



James, 1896. 235 



Agnew, Charles Gerald, eldest son of Charles Morland Agnew, Esq , (O.K. 
1869), 22, Upper Hamilton Terrace, London, aged 14, July 30. 
Left 1 901. 3 Michell 

XI. 1900. Racquets 1901. Trinity College, Cambridge, 1901-02. In business. 
Address, 70, Westbourne Terrace, London, W. 

Agnew, George Colin, younger son of George William Agnew, Esq., (O.K. 
1865), Summer Hill, Pendleton, Manchester, aged 13, October 28. 
Left 1900. 3 Michell 

King's College, Cambridge, Second Class History Tripos 1903. 

Frankau, Claude Howard Stanley, younger son of Frederick Joseph 
Frankau, Esq., (O.K. 1869), 1, Elm Court, Temple, London, aged 13, 
February 11. Left 1901. 2 Michell 

University of London, St. George's Hospital, 1901. Address, 9, Lancaster Road* 
London, N.W. 

Hutchinson, John Summerscales, eldestson of Henry Ormerod Hutchinson, 
Esq., Elderslie, Prestwich, Manchester, aged 14, September 2. 
Left 1900. 2 Micheli 

Gazetted to the South Lancashire Regiment 1901. Served in the South African 
War 1901-02. King's Medal with four Clasps. 

Johnston, Edward John Farquharson, elder son of Edward Farquharsou 
Johnston, Esq., Balgourie Lodge, Aberdeen, aged 14, May 17. 
Left 1899. 2 Michell 

Gazetted to the Royal Scots 1901. Served in the South African War 1900-02. 
Queen's Medal with three Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps. 

Davis, Rush worth Kennard, only son of Shelley Kennard Davis, Esq. 
Roehampton Park, London, aged 13, March 2. Left 1902. 2 Steel 

Scholar 1896. Minor Exhibitioner 1902. Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford, 1902, 
First Class Classical Moderations 1904. Home address, Old Vicarage, Roehampton. 

Bickersteth, Edward Monier, eldest son of the Rev. Samuel Bickersteth, 
Vicarage, Lewisham, Kent, aged 13, Nov. 20. Left 1900. 2 Steel 

Christ Church, Oxford, from Lent, 1901. 

Hawson, William Graf ton, only son of William George Hawson, Esq., 
The Mount, Worksop, aged 14, August 6. Left 1899. 2 Steel 

Articled to a Chartered Accountant. Address, as above. 

Henderson, John Allardice, only son of William Ritchie Henderson, Esq., 
3, Fenwick Street, Liverpool, aged 14, March 2. Left 1900. 2 Steel 
VIII. 1900. Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A., 1903. Address, Mento, Oxton, 
Cheshire. 

Hillerns, Oswald Hero Wilheim, elder son of Oswald Carl Englebert 
Hillerns, Esq., Oldenberg Villa, Hessle, aged 14, May 30. 
Left 1900. 2 Steel 

Articled to an Architect 1900. Address, as above. 

Holmden, Herbert Winterbotham, only son of James Isbell Holmden, 
Esq., Bank of Tarapaca and London, Iquique, Chili, aged 13, 
September 29. Left 1898. 2 Steel 

Patry, Robert Edward Patry, eldest son of James Henry Pafcry, Esq., 
(O.K. 1870), 38, Mincing Lane, London, aged 13, March 6. Steel 

Died at School 17th April, 1899. 

Roe, Arthur Robert Montgomery, third son of Charles Arthur Roe, Esq., 
afterwards Knight, Lahore, Punjab, India, aged 14, September 6. 
Left 1899. 3 Steel 

Sandhurst 1900. Gazetted to the Dorset Regiment, 1900. Ferozepore, 1904. 



236 James, 1896. 



Bahr, Philip Heinrich, only son of Louis Friedrich Bahr, Esq., Rockfield. 
Crompton's Lane, Wavertree, Liverpool, aged 14, November 26. 
Left 1900. 1 Brooke 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class Science Tripos, 1903. 

Cruickshank, Fletcher Cecil Macdonald, eldest son of Alexander Walmesley 
Cruickshank, Esq., Allahabad, India, aged 14, August 17. 
Left 190 1. 2 Brooke 

Scholar 1896. XI. 1900. XV. 1899, 1900. Major Exhibitioner, 1901. Demy of 
Magdalen College, Oxford, from October, 1901. 

Mather, Ernest Gerald, sixth son of Arthur Stanley Mather, Esq., (o.R. 
1857), Beech wood, Woolton, Liverpool, aged 13, November 25. 
Left 1901. 1 Brooke 

: Trinity College, Cambridge, 1901-02. In the Bank of Liverpool from 1902. 

Address, as above. 

Hollo, George, eldest son of George Rollo, Esq., The Park, Waterloo, 
Liverpool, aged 14, December 23. Left 1899. 1 Brooke 

In the Engineering business at Liverpool. 

Ronald, Outhbert Arthur, second son of Arthur Wilson Ronald, Esq., 

Mandeville, Aigburth Road, Liverpool, aged 13, February 15. 

Left 1902.* Brooke 

Demy of Magdalen College, Oxford, from October, 1902, Second Class Classical 

Moderations, 1904. 

Thorburn, John Milne, younger son of Robert Thorburn, Esq., Spring- 
woods, Peebles, Scotland, aged 14. May 6. Left 1900. a Brooke 

Edinburgh University, B.Sc. in Engineering. Address, as above. 

Ziegler, Alexander Caryl, second son of John Hastings Ziegler, Esq., 
Gorsefield, Noctorum, Birkenhead, aged 13, May 2. Left 
1901. 8 Brooke 

In the Cotton Trade from 1901. Address, as above. 

Bowen, Cuthbert Edward Latimer, elder son of the Rev. Thomas James 
Bowen, Llangattock Rectory, Crickhowell, aged 15, September 23. 
Left 1899. a Stallard 

Gazetted to the the Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment, 1903. Peshawur, 1904. 
Home address, as above. 

Cochran, George Walker, second son of James Taylor Cochran, Esq., 
Sandyholme, Hoylake, Cheshire, aged 14, January 13. Left 
1900. 2 Stallard 

Sandhurst 1900. Gazetted to the Unattached List, 1901. Indian Army, 1902. 
21st Madras Pioneers, Secunderabad, 1904. 

Landauer, Alfred Max, elder son of David Landauer, Esq., 41, Lancaster 
Road, Belsize Park, London, aged 13, Dec. 4. Left 1899. 3 Stallard 
In business. Address, 53, Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hampstead, London, N.W. 

Maitland-Heriot, Frank de Courcy, eldest son of Frederick Maitland- 
Heriot, Esq., British Bank of South America, Buenos Ayres.aged 
13, November 30. Left 1899. 8 Stallard 

River Plate Trust, &c., Limited, 645, Avenida de Mayo, Buenos Ayres, Argentine 

Republic. 

Marshall, Ernest, third son of Henry Marshall, Esq., Barcelona, Spain, 
aged 14, June 27. Left 1898. 1 Stallard 

Parry, Charles Bernard, third son of Edward Parry Esq., Woodthorpe 
Grange, Sherwood, Nottingham, aged 14, March 28. Left 
1899. Stallard 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1903. To be a Naval Architect. 



James, 1896. 237 



Parry, Francis Alexander, twin brother* of the above, and second son of 
Edward Parry, Esq. Left 190 1. 1 Stallard 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1901. To be a Mining Engineer. 

Wimbush, Henry Laurence, eldest son of Henry Bowser Wimbush, Esq., 
The Garple, North Finch ley, London, aged 15, July 14. Left 
1899. 2 Stallard 

Scholar, 1896. Address, 43, Emperor's Gate, London, S.W. 

Burridge, Arthur Charles, elder son of Arthur Francis Burridge, Esq., 
Elmington, Bexley, Kent, aged 13, Jan. 7. Left 1899. 3 Payne Smith 

Hellawell, James Herbert, elder son of Thomas Hellawell, Esq., Heath 
Villa, Brooklands, Manchester, aged 15, August 4. Left 
1899. 1 Payne Smith 

In business in Manchester. Address, Eversley, Brooklands, Cheshire. 

Humbert, Gordon Johnston, eldest son of Ernest Humbert, Esq., 4, Field 
Court, Gray's Inn, London, aged 13, Nov. 3. Leftl899. s Payne Smith 
Address, Fray's Brook, West Drayton, Uxbridge. 

Parkin, Reginald Thomas, younger son of John Samuel Parkin, Esq., 

(O.K. 1857), 11, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, aged 14, April 

12. Left 1900. 1 Payne Smith 

Clare College, Cambridge. Home address, 59, Barkstone Gardens, London, S.W. 

Slaney, John Cobley, only son of the late John tiiatt Slaney, Esq., 
The Vineyard, Wellington, Salop, aged 14, September 8. Left 
1900. 1 Payne Smith 

Address, Sunnycroft, Wellington, Shropshire. 

Whelon, George William Herbert, eldest son of Charles Edmund Whelon, 
Esq., Cockfosters, New Barnet, aged 14, November 25. Left 

1899. 1 Payne Smith 

In business. Address, Lyntoncroft, Caterham, Surrey. 

Young, Allan Edwin, younger son of Robert William Young, Esq., 
Bitteswell Manor, Lutterwortb, aged 14, September 25. Left 

1899. 2 Payne Smith 

A Mining Engineer. Address, as above. 

Rouse, Philip Graves, younger son of John William House, Esq., Wilford 
Lodge, Ipswich, aged 12, May 21. Left 1902. 2 Town 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Home address, as above. 

Attenborough, Cyril Percy, second son of Kobert Percy Attenborough, 
Esq., Haydon Hall, Bushey, Herts, aged 14, May 1. Left 

1898. 3 Collins 

Studied languages in Germany 1899. A Member of Lloyds from 1903. Address, as 
above. 

Deacon, Reginald Evelyn, sixth son of the late Ernest Deacon, Esq., 8, 
Devonport Street, Hyde Park, London, aged 13, October 23. Left 
1901 .! Collins 

XV. 1900. Address, as above. 

Stuart, Whitewright, younger son of the late Ruthven Stuart, Esq., 102, 

Ebury Street, London, aged 13, Jan. 19. Left 1900. 1 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Address, 24, Lower Belgrave Street, London, S.W. 

Taylor, Alan Everley, only son of William Charles Ifiverley Taylor, Esq., 
M.D., 34. Queen Street, Scarborough, aged 13, November 27. 
Left 1901. 2 Michell 

Trinity College, Oxford, from October, 1901. Home address, as abore. 



238 James, 1896. 



Woodley, Francis Richard, only sdu of the late Francis Richard Woodley, 
Esq., Miramar, Queenstown, Ireland, aged 15, Sept. 16. Left 

1899. 2 Stallard 

Johnson, Frank Garnet, third son of Henry James Johnson, Esq., Oulton 
Hocks, Stone, aged 13, Nov. 21. Left 1901. 2 Payne Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge. 

O'Malley, Charles Arthur Gerald, son of Lieut.-Col. George Hunter 
O'Malley (o.u. 1858), ShornclifEo, aged 14, Septembsr 23. Left 

1899. 3 Brooke 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1900. 

Potter, Richard James Keith, eldest son of Edwin Walter Potter, Esq., 
Denham, Totteridge, Herts, aged 14, May 25. Left 1900. 1 Stallard 
Gazetted to the 7th Dragoon Guards, 1902. Served in the South African War, 
April and May, 1902. 

Holt, Joseph, eldest son of Edward Holt, Esq., Woodthorpe, Prestwich, 
aged 14, Nov. 10. Left 1899. 8 Whitelaw 

Christ Church, Oxford, from October, 1900. 

Radcliffe-Sinith, Noel Mervyn Radcliffe, only son of Radcliffe William 
Smith, Esq. 3, Normanton Avenue, Sefton Park, Liverpool, aged 
14, May 21. Left 1900. 2 Whitelaw 

Gazetted to the Lancashire Fusiliers, 1901. 

Stirling, Hugh William, third son of Hugh Stirling, Esq., 2, Vanbrugh 
Park Road, Blackheath, London, aged 14, August 4. Left 
1901 . 2 Whitelaw 

XV. 1900. Articled to a Solicitor. Address, as above. 

Lawrie, John Fulton, only son of the late John William Lawrie, Esq , 15, 

Greenhill Gardens, Edinburgh, aged 14, November 29. Left 

1900.' Collins 

VIII. 1898, 1899, 1900. Trinity College, Cambridge. Home address, Gowan 

Bank, Avonbridge, N.B. 

Macnab, Alister Marcell, fourth son of Robert Macnab, Esq., M.D., 
Penmore, Tobermorry, Isle of Mull, N.B., aged 14, Feb. 9 Left 
1900.* Stallard 

VIII. 1900. 

Ozanne, Edward Graeme, only son of Edward Chepmell Ozanne, Esq., Pierre 
Percee, Guernsey, aged 13, April 5. Left 1900. 2 Donkin 

Gazetted to the Royal Fusiliers 1901. 

Ash, Edward John Heneage, seeond son of Philip James Ash (O.K. 1860), 
Dorset House, Whitehall Road, Rugby, aged 14, March 3. Left 

1898. 2 Town 

Served in the South African War 1901-02 with the Cape Mounted Rifles. At 
Umtata, Pondoland West, South Africa, 1904. 

Fletcher, Owen Heaton Lynch, younger son of Major John Lynch Fletcher, 
Eldon Place, Rugby, aged 13 Mar. 13. Left 1899. 1 Town School 
Learning Sugar Planting in Peru 1904. Home address, 7, Beauchamp Avenue, 
Leamington. 

Furness, Robert Allason, third son of Rev. John Monteith Furness, 
Overslade, Rugby, aged 13, March 20. Left 1902. 3 Town 

Scholar 1897. Head of the School. Major Exhibitioner 1902. Scholar of King's 
College, Cambridge, 1901. Bell University Scholar 1903. 

Graham, Cecil Erskine, fifth son of Major-Gen. John Gordon Graham, 
Gillshaw Lodge, Bilton Road, Rugby, aged 13, June 9. Left 

1898. 3 Town 

Sandhurst 1901. Gazetted to the Border Regiment 1902. At Thyetmyo, Burma, 
1903. 



James, 1897. 239 



Griffith, Charles Edward, eldest son of Major-Gen. Charles Matthew 
Griffith, The Gate House, Rugby, aged 13, January 3. Left 
1898. 3 Town 

Gazetted to Antrim E.G. Artillery, Militia, 1900. Address, Wynberg, Winchester- 

Wilcox, Lionel Harold, younger son of Rev. Henry Augustus Mortimer 
Wilcox, Wolston Vicarage, Rugby, aged 14, May 14. Left 
1900. 1 Town 

Crick 1901. Gazetted to the 6th Royal Warwickshire Militia. Address, as 
above. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1897. 

Ashby, Arthur Brian, only son of Arthur George Ashby, Esq., Manor 
House, Reigate, aged 13, March 20. Left 1901 . School 

New College, Oxford, from October, 1901, Third Class Classical Moderations 1903. 
Home address, as above. 

Bolton, Frederic William, elder son of Frederic Bolton, Esq., 31, Highbury 
Hill, London, aged 14, December 10. Left 1901. 2 School 

XI. 1901. XV. 1899, 1900. Address, Westridge, Prince Arthur Road, Hampstead 
London. W. 

Taylor, Charles Henry Shinglewood, only son of Henry Shinglewood 
Taylor, Esq., M.D.,Ficksburg, Orange Free State, Africa, aged 14, 
November 5. Left 1900. 2 School 

Caius College, Cambridge. 

Williams, Gerald Anthony Walter, eldest son of Gerald Walter Williams, 
Esq., Piggott's Manor, Elstree, Herts, aged 13, October 25. 
Left 1899. 2 School 

Maude, Evelyn John, younger son of John Maude, Esq., Redclyffe, Redhill, 
aged 13, May 15. Left 1902. 2 Whitelaw 

Scholar of Exeter College, Oxford, from October, 1902. 

Tawney, Stephen Edward, third son of Charles Henry Tawney, Esq., 
(O.K. 1851), Southlands, Weybridge, aged 14, October 30. 
Left^OO. 1 Whitelaw 

Home address, as above. 

Clark, Henry Denton, second son of Edwin Stanley Clark, Esq., Oak Alyn, 
Wrexham, aged 14, September 17. Left 1899. 3 Donkin 

VIII. 1899. A Land Surveyor. Of 34, Great George Street, London, S.W. 

Eley, Edward Thomas, son of Henry Eley, Esq., Bittacy House, Mill Hill, 
N.W., aged 14, January 15. Left 1897. 3 Donkin 

Fletcher, Philip Cawthorne, eldest son of Philip Fletcher, Esq., Briarcroft, 
Atherton, Manchester, aged 14, November 4. Left 190 1. 2 Donkin 

Scholar of University College, Oxford, 1901, First Class Classical Moderations 
1903. Home address, as above. 

Slaughter, Mihill Lorraine, son of William Capel Slaughter, Esq., 102, 
Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, London, aged 14, July 9. Left 

1900. 1 Donkin 

Gazetted to the Royal Berkshire Regiment 1902. Served in the South African 
War 1902. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. 

Johnson, Alfred George, fourth son of Robert Lewis Johnson, Esq., The 
Watlands, Wolstanton, Staffordshire, aged J3, April 30. Left 

1901. 2 Donkin 

A Manufacturer in the Potteries. Of Butterton Hall, Newcastle, Staffordshire. 
Rushton, Harold Lever, younger son of Thomas Henry Rushton, Esq., 
Halliwell Hall, Bolton, aged 13, January 30. Left 1898. a Michell 
Trinity College, Cambridge. 



240 James, 1897. 



Stuart, Ruthven, son of William Whitewright Stuart, Esq., 102, Ebury 
Street, London, aged 16, October 28. Left 1899. 3 Michell 

Brasenose College, Oxford. 

Mair, Brodie Valentine, second son of John George Mair Rumley, Esq., 
(o.n. 1859), 43, Palace Court, London, aged 14, December 30. 
Left 1898. 3 Steel 

Gazetted to the Royal Manchester Regiment 1903. 

Phillips, Frank Raymond, only son of Frank Phillips, Esq., Ashleigh 
House, Coventry, aged 14, April 5. Left 1899. 3 Steel 

Maton, Leonard Evelyn Leigh, eldest son of Leonard James Maton, Esq., 
(O.K. 1860), Grosvenor Lodge, Wimbledon, aged 14, January 3. 
Left 1901.' Steel 

At Oriel College, Oxford, from October, 1901. 

Yonng, George Campbell, only son of Robert William Young, Esq., The 
Hough, Stafford, aged 14, July 20. Left 1901 .* Steel 

An Architect. Address, as above. 

Cook, Arthur Edwin, elder son of Arthur Cook, Esq., Aigburth Hall, 
Liverpool, aged 14, October 28. Left 1899.* Stallard 

In a Shipowner's Office from 1901. Address, as above. 

Guthrie, Seton Charles Baillie, only son of Charles Seton Sinclair Guthrie, 
Esq., 9, Idol Lane, London, aged 13, November 24. Left 
1899. 1 Stallard 

Lees, Ronald, younger son of the late Edward Brown Lees, Esq., Thurland 
Castle, Kirkby Lonsdale, aged 14, Oct. 29. Left 1901. 1 Stallard 
Electrical Engineering Student in Germany. Home address, as above. 

Lewis, Percy Wyndham, only son of Captain Charles Edward Lewis, 
Amherst, Mount Avenue, Baling, aged 14, November 18. Left 
1898. 8 Stallard 

Matthyssens, Frank Alexander, second son of Alexander Matthyssens, 
Esq., 4, Avenue de la Bourdonnais, Paris, aged 13, April 17. Left 
1900. 8 Stallard 

Braunstein, Ralph Alexis Bernard, only son of Maurice Alfred Braunstein, 
Esq., 15, Hyde Park Gate, London, aged 14, March 22. Left 
1900.* Stallard 

Challinor, William Francis, eldest son of William Edward Challinor, Esq., 
(O.R. 1868), St. Edward Street, Leek, Staffs, aged 14, June 20. 
Left^OO. 1 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1903. Address, Pickwood, Leek. 

Steinthal, Paul Telford, eldest son of Francis Frederick Steinthal, Esq., 
Wharfmead, Ilkley, Yorkshire, aged 13, February 12. Left 
1900. 8 School 

Victoria University, B.Sc., 1903. Address, as above. 

Clayton, Frank, son of Charles Harold Clayton, Esq., Meadowside, Wood- 
side Park, North Finchley, London, aged 14, April 3. Left 
1900 s Payne Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1903. 

Walker, Cecil Edward, son of the Right Hon. Lord Justice Samuel Walker, 
Pembroke House, Upper Mount Street, Dublin, aged 14, August 
6. Left J900. a Payne Smith 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1901. 

Atkinson-Jowett, John Gordon, only son of the late John Hodgson 
Atkinson- Jowett, Esq., Grove House, Bolton, Bradford, aged 14, 
May 17. Left 1897. 2 Brooke 



James, 1897. 241 



Dougherty, John Gerald, only son of James Brown Dougherty, Esq., 
6, Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin, aged 14, Oct. 19. Left 1901. 1 Brooke 

Trinity College, Dublin, from June, 1901. Address, as above. 

Johns, William Herbert, only son of Andrew Johns, Esq., Glencoe, Short- 
lands, Kent, aged 15, December 27. Left 1900. 2 Brooke 

Hertford College, Oxford, 1900. 

Sabel, Percy Pierettes Ernest, son of Paul Ferdinand Sabel, Esq., 20, Abbey 
Koad, London, N.W., aged 13, July 28. Left 1901. 2 Brooke 

Short, Albert Edward, fourth son of John Young Short, Esq., Ashbrook 
Hall, Sunderland, aged 14, March 4. Left 1900. 1 Brooke 

FitzRoy, Robert Hope, son of Major-General William FitzRoy, Northcote 
House, Rugby, aged 15, September 10. Left 1900. 2 ' Town 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1902. 

Griffiths, Claud Yernon Philipps, son of William Morgan Griffiths, Esq., 
Lime Grove, Carmarthen, aged 1 3, July 1 7. Left 1898. a Whitelaw 

Holt, Edward, second son of Edward Holt, Esq., Woodthorpe, Prestwich, 
Manchester, aged 13, April 16. Left 1900. 1 Whitelaw 

Exeter College, Oxford, from October, 1902. Home address, as above. 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1897. 

Betterton, Frederick Archibald, third son of the late Henry Inman 
Betterton, Esq., Woodville, Burton-on-Trent, aged 14, December 
29. Left 1898. a School 

Brewin, George Merriman, third son of Arthur Brewin, Esq., 19, Straw- 
berry Hill Road, Twickenham, aged 13, Nov. 21. Left 1899. 3 School 

Macpherson, Duncan Ivor, eldest son of John Archibald Iver 
Macpherson, Newcourt, Topsham, Devon, aged 13, June 17. 
Leftl898 1 School 

Sandhurst 1901. Gazetted to the South Staffordshire Regiment 1902. Agra 1904. 
Home address, 68, Chaucer Road, Bedford. 

Morris, Frederick George Carnac, third son of Malcolm Alexander Morris, 
Esq., M.D., 8, Harley Street, London, aged 13, September 16. 
Left 190 1. 2 School 

VIII. 1901. Articled to a Solicitor. 

Fetch, Charles Henry Lambert, younger son of Richard Fetch, Esq., 7, 
Kensington Court Mansions, London, aged 14, November 1. 
Left 1900. 3 School 

A Medical Student, St. Thomas' Hospital, 1901. Address, 36, Castle Hill Avenue, 
Folkestone, Kent. 

Farrau, Edmund Darley, third son of Sir Charles Frederic Farran, 
Malabar Hill, Bombay, India, Chief Justice of Bombay, aged 13, 
March 13. Left 1903. 1 Whitelaw 

Address, Ombersley, Hatherley Road, Cheltenham. 

French, Reginald, son of John Richard French, Esq., Allesley, Coventry, 
aged 14, April 20. Left 1900. 1 Donkin 

Tindall, Cuthbert, second son of Henry Edward Tindall, Esq., Arnside, 
Mead Road, Chislehurst, aged 14, Feb. 7. Left 1898. 3 Donkin 

Oundle School 1899. Christ's College, Cambridge, from October, 1902. Home 
address, as above. 
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242 James, 1897. 



Browne, Percival Leathley, younger son of Rev. Samuel Benjamin 
Browne, Plumtree Rectory, Nottingham, aged 13, July 11. Left 
1899. 1 Collins 

Gazetted to the Lincolnshire Regiment 1902. 

Holland, Ernest Stephen, fifth son of Tom Wilkinson Holland, Esq., (O.K. 
1861), Eydon Hall, Byfield, aged 13, Oct.21. Leftl901. 2 Collins 

Clare College, Cambridge. 

Leslie, David Henry, fourth son of the late Henry David Leslie, Esq., 
Bryn Tanat, Oswestry, aged 14, Feb. 15. Left 1899. 3 Collins 

Gazetted to the Shropshire Light Infantry 1901. 

Smyth, Maxwell Lyle, third son of Hugh Lyle Smyth, Esq. (O.K. 1849), 
Barrowmore, Chester, aged 14, April 17 Left 1900. 2 Collins 

Christ Church, Oxford, from October, 1901. Home address, as above. 

Stringer, Charles Page, third son of Edward Henry Stringer, Esq., 
Edgbaston Hall, Birmingham, aged 14, Apl. 4. Left 1898. 1 Collins 
Address, 43, Ashley Gardens, Westminster, London, S.W. 

Venables, James Douglas, second son of Rowland George Venables, Esq , 
(O.K. 1859), Oakhurst, Oswestry, aged 14, April 5. Left 
1900.' Collins 

Sandhurst 1900. Gazetted to the Royal Welsh Fusiliers 1901. Home address, as 
above. 

Michell, Gilbert Arthur, only son of Rev. Arthur Tompson Michell (o.n. 
1866), Sheriffhales Vicarage, Newport, Shropshire, aged 13, June 
25. Left 1902. 2 Michell 

Scholar of Lincoln College, Oxford, 1902. Home address, as above. 

Balfour, Alexander, elder son of Robert Balfour, Esq., 3, Fen wick Street, 
Liverpool, aged 14, September 8. Left 1900. 2 Steel 

Trinity College, Oxford, from October, 1901. Home address, Avonhurst, 
Chislehurst. 

Barlow, Frank Lewis Thornhill, elder son of Edward Percy Barlow, Esq. 
(O.K. 1870), 24, Waterlow Crescent, Dover, aged 13, August 31. 
Left 1901. 2 Steel 

VIII. 1900, 1901. 

Goldie, Noel Barre, only son of John Henry Goldie, Esq., 1, Sunderland 

Terrace, Bayswater, London, W,, aged 14, December 26. Left 

1901. 2 Brooke 

Trinity College, Cambridge, from October, 1901. A Student of the Inner Temple 

1902. Home address, Whitacre Lodge, Leamington. 

Henderson, Algernon Charles Francis, elder son of Francis Henderson, 
Esq., 4, Alexandra Drive, Liverpool, aged 14, May 12. Left 
1899. 8 Brooke 

In the Anchor Line, Glasgow, 1900-03. In the New York Office, of same Line, 

1903. Home address, Heathfield, Kilcreggan, Dumbartonshire, N.B. 

Pferdmenges, Harold Eric William, eldest son of William Pferdmenges, 

Esq., 4, Livingston Drive, Sefton Park, Liverpool, aged 14, June 

12. Left 1900. 1 Brooke 
In the Cotton Trade in Liverpool. 

Thomson, Neale, only son of Neale Thomson, Esq., Woodhill, Blairgowrie, 
Perthshire, aged 14, April 21. Left 1900. 1 Brooke 

Gazetted to the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 1903. 

Emrys- Jones, Mansel Franklin, son of Abraham Emrys- Jones, Esq., M.D., 
Brynderw, Fallowfield, Manchester, aged 14, December 5. Left 
1899. Stallard 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. and M.B. 1903. Home address, 10, St. John 
Street,'.Manchester. 



James, 1897. 243 



Johnson, Leslie Walter, sixth son of Henry William Johnson, Esq., The 
Homestead, Hornsey Lane, London, N., aged 13, July 12. Left 
1900. 2 Stallard 

Articled to a Solicitor 1901. Address, as above. 

Middleton, Herbert Douglas, son of James Sherers Middleton, Esq., 
Cadamaney, Saklaspur, Hassan District, South India, aged 14, 
July 4 Left 1899. 2 Stallard 

Nesbitt, James Victor, only son of Robert Nesbitt, Esq., M.D., Sutton-in- 
Ashfield, Notts., aged 13, July 22. Left 1902. 2 Stallard 

XV. 1900. 1901. Racquets 1902. Scholar of Christ Church, Oxford, 1902. 

de Wolf, Hugh Francis, son of Thomas Andrew de Wolf, Esq., 68, Billiter 
Square Buildings, London, aged 14, May 4. Left 190 1. 1 Stallard 

Church, Leslie Humphrey, only son of Alfred Church, Esq., Oheyne Walk, 
Northampton, aged 14, Sept. 3. Left 1900. 2 Payne Smith 

In business at Northampton. Address, as above. 

Hepburn, Maurice Gotch, sou of Thomas Henry Hepburn, Esq., Brad- 
ninch, Cullompton, Devon, aged 14, Apl. 3. Left 1901.* Payne Smith 

Hunter, George Noel, fourth son of Curling Hunter, Esq., 29, Westbourne 
Terrace, London, aged 13, Dec. 11. Left 1902. 3 Payne Smith 

Address, as above. 

Bacon, Eustace Vivian, son of the Rev. Harry Vivian Bacon, Barrowden 
Rectory, Stamford, aged 16, April 12. Left 1900. 2 Payne Smith 

Scholar of Hertford College, Oxford, 1900. 

Kidd, Walter Shirley, eldest son of Walter Aubrey Kidd, Esq., M.D., 12, 
MontpelierRow, Blackheath,aged 13, Mar. 27. Leftl902. 2 Whitelaw 

London University, for Medical Degree. Address, as above. 

Sykes, William, sixth son of Benjamin Sykes, Esq., West Cliff House, 
Preston, aged 15, March 25, Left 1899.* School 

Address, Priors Lea, Preston, Lancashire. 

Vaudrey, Claude Henry Slade, elder son of Wm. Henry Vaudrey, Esq., 
11, Lancaster Road, Eccles Old Road, Manchester, aged 14, 
June 3. Left 1899. 1 Steel 

Gazetted to the 6th Militia Battalion, The Manchester Regiment, 1900. Served 
in the South African War 1902. 

Vaudrey, Norman, younger son of the above Wm. Henry Vaudrey, Esq., 
aged 13, October 6. Left 1901. 1 Steel 

Allen, Guy Oldfield, younger son of Vernon Allen, Esq., (O.K. 1860), Heath 
Mount, East Liss, Hants, aged 13, Nov. 7. Left 1902. 2 Michell 

New College, Oxford, from October, 1902. Home address, as above. 

Chamberlain, Walter Basil, younger son of Walter Chamberlain, Esq., 
Harborne Hall, Birmingham, aged 14, Mar. 17. Left 1900. 1 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Home address, Thorngrove, Worcester. 

Somervell, John Malcolm, elder son of John Somervell, Esq., Broom Close, 
Kendal, aged 13, September 1. Left 1901. 2 Michell 

In business. Address, as above. 

Tillie, Frederick William, only son of Marshall 'lillie, Esq., Oakfield, 
Londonderry, Ireland, aged 14, Jan. 18. Left 1900. 1 Brooke 

Studied in Germany 1901-02. Address, as above. 

Crowther, Guy Fenwick, younger son of Edward Crowther, JBsq., Moor 
Allerton, Leeds, aged 15, January 6. Left 1900.* Brooke 



244 James, 1897. 



Orpen, James Denys, third son of Rev. Thomas Herbert Orpen, Binnbroke, 
Cambridge, aged 13, August 1. Left 1902. a Donkin 

University College, Oxford, from October, 1902. Home address, as above. 

Ash, George Arthur, son of Philip James Ash, Esq. (o.u, 1860), Whitehall 
Koad, Rugby, aged 13, June 2. Left 1899. 3 Town 

Farming near Adelaide, South Australia. 

Brown Thomas Percy, son of John Brown, Esq., 36, North Street, Rugby, 
aged 13, July 9. Left 1900. 2 Town 

A Dental Student. Address, as above. 

Chaplin, Clement O'Neal, son of Ernest Chaplin, Esq., The Firs, Rugby, 
aged 14, January 29. Left 1901. 8 Town 

Learning Farming at Cardington, Bedfordshire. Home address, Clifton-on- 
Dunsmore. 

Dainton, Sydney Herbert George, son of George Dainton, Esq., 5, Lower 
flillmorton Road, Rugby, aged 13, May 19. Left 1900. 8 Town 

In the G.P.O. London Special Inquiry Branch. Of 7, Shalimar Road, Acton, 
London, W. 

Heathcote, Herbert Cecil, son of the late Herbert William Heathcote, Esq., 
Carrington, Nottingham, aged 13, Sept. 17. Left 1900. 1 Town 

A Clerk in Lloyds Bank. Address, Beechfield Higher Downs, Bowdon, Cheshire. 

Parsons, Alfred Over, second son of William Howkins Wall Parsons, Esq., 

3, Pennington Street, Rugby, aged 13, Aug. 25. Leftl902. Town 

XI. 1901, 1902. XV. 1900, 1901. Address, 42, Albert Street, Rugby. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1897. 

Bankes, Conrad Douglas Richard Oakeley, son of the Rev. Richard Henry 
Oakeley Bankes, Chicheley Vicarage, Newport Pagnell, aged 14, 
September 16. Left 1898. 1 School 

At Christ Church, Oxford, from October, 1902. 

Bolton, Louis Hamilton, son of Frederic Bolton, Esq., Westridge, 3, Prince 
Arthur Road, Hampstead, aged 13, Feb. 14. Left 1902.* School 

XI. 1901, 1902. XV. 1901, 1902. Address, as above. 

Duncan, George Bruce, younger son of John Duncan, Esq., 5, Aberdeen 
Terrace, Blackheath, aged 14, May 14. Left 1901.' School 

Pembroke College, Cambridge, from October, 1901. Home address, as above. 

Field, Henry St. John, eldest son of Henry Field, Esq., (O.K. 1867), The 
Quarry, Leamington, aged 13, November 22, Left 1902.* School 
Scholar 1897. XV. 1901. Major Exhibitioner 1902. Exhibitioner of Balliol 
College, Oxford, from October, 1902, First Class Classical Moderations 1904. 

Filley, Oliver Dwight, only son of the late Oliver Brown Filley, Esq., St. 
Louis, Missouri, U.S.A., aged 14, Jan. 15. Left 1901. 3 School 

XV. 1900, 1901. Racquets 1901. Harvard University, U.S.A., from September, 
1902. Home address, as above. 

Joynson, Cyril Bright, eldest son of Edward Joynson, Esq., The Firs, 
Kenilworth, aged 14, March 18. Left 1901. 1 School 

Lawrence, Arthur Lyndon, eldest son of Basil Edward Lawrence, Esq., 

4, Strathray Gardens, South Hampstead, aged 14, June 18, 
Left 1901. 8 School 

XI. 1901. XV. 1900, 1901. Trinity College, Cambridge, from October, 1902. 

Lawrence, Frank Crispian, fourth son of Alfred Tristram Lawrence, Esq., 
K.C., 21, Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, aged 13, Oct. 25. School 
Died at School 20th November, 1899. 



James, 1897. 245 



Macanlay, Robert Keith Agnew, eldest son of Robert Helenus Macaulay, 
Esq., (O.K. 1869), Wheatfield, Belfast, aged 13, March 26. Left 
1900. 3 School 

Woolwich 1901. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers 1902. 

Poole, Gilbert Sandford, eldest son of Hugh Ruscombe Poole, Esq. (O.K. 
1861), The Old House, South Petherton, Somerset, aged 14, July 
8. Leftl901. 3 Left again, 1 90S. 1 School 

Articled to a Solicitor 1902. Home address, as above. 

Seattle, Robert John, second sou of John Labouchere Beattie, Esq., 4, 
Albany Road, St.-Leonard's-on-Sea, aged 14, May 27. Left 
1902 Whitelaw 

Articled to a Solicitor 1903. Address, as above. 

Gray, Donald Christopher, elder son of James Gray, Esq. (o.R. 1870), 1 , 
Vanbrugh Park Road, Blackheath, London, aged 14, May 10. 
Left 1902. 3 Whitelaw 

University College, Oxford, from October, 1902. Home address, 53, Montagu 
Square, London, W. 

Lester, Harold Francis, son of Horace Frank Lester, Esq. (O.K. 1866), 45, 
Upper Grosvenor Road, Tunbridge Wells, aged 15, September 8. 
Left 1901. 2 Whitelaw 

VIII. 1901. Pembroke College, Cambridge, Medical Course. 

Lloyd, Arthur Wynell, son of Edward Wynell Mayow Lloyd, Esq. (o.R. 
1858), Hartford House, Winchfield, Hants, aged 14, April 4. 
Left 1902. 8 Whitelaw 

Scholar of Queen's College, Oxford, 1902. Home address, as above. 

Saxon, William, second son of the late William John Saxon, Esq., Park- 
dale, Altriricham, aged 13, October 22. Left 1901. 3 Whitelaw 
Scholar 1897. London University. Killed by a fall from the Cliffs at Llandudno 
llth August, 1903. 

Scott, Edward Taylor, third son of (Jharles Prestwich Scott, Esq., The 
Firs, Fallowfield, Manchester, aged 14, November 15. Left 
1901.' Whitelaw 

Corpus Christi College. Oxford. 

Shiell, Alexander Guthrie, third son of the late John Shiell, Esq., Cairney, 
Cupar, Fife, aged 14, Aug. 21. Left 1902. 3 Whitelaw 

Christ Church, Oxford, from October, 1902. Home address, as above. 

Steel, Gerald Arthur, second son of (Jharles Godfroy Steel, Esq., (o.R. 
1867), Barby Road, Rugby, aged 13, Oct. 14. Left 1902. 3 Whitelaw 
XV. 1902. University College, Oxford, from October 1903, Second Class Classical 
Moderations 1904. 

Harris, Douglas Gordon, third son of Arthur Harris, Esq. (O.K. 1867), 2, 
Lindum Terrace, Bradford, aged 13, Oct. 19. Left 1900. 8 Donkin 

List, John Napier, only son of John List, Esq., 3, St. John's Park, Black- 
heath, aged 12, Nov. 19. Left 1901. 1 Donkin 

VIII. 1900. King's College, Cambridge. 

Okell, John Cecil, second son of George Okell, Esq., Barrow, Chester, aged 
15, June 21. Left 1900. 3 Donkin 

In business in Liverpool. Address, as above. 

Pershouse, Arthur Penrose, fourth son of Edward Pershouse, Esq., Beach 
Lawn, Waterloo, Liverpool, aged 14, Aug. 15. Left 190 1. 1 Donkin 

University College, Oxford, from October, 1901. Home address, as above. 



246 James, 1897. 



Pooley, Hugh Francis, youngest son of Henry Fletcher Pooley, Esq., 
Scotter, Well Walk, Hampstead, aged 13, October 2. Left 
1902.* Donkin 

XV. 1900, 1901. University College, Oxford, from October, 1902. Home address, 

as above. 

Poulton, Edward Palmer, eldest son of Professor Edward Bagnall Poulton, 
Wykeham House, Oxford, aged 13, Oct. I. Left 1902. a Donkin 

Minor Exhibitioner 1902. Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford, from October, 1902. 

Tregarthen, John Bevan Coulson, only sou of John Coulson Tregarthen, 
Esq., Trinity College, Stratford-on-Avou, aged 13, September 28. 
Left 1898. 2 Donkin 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1902. 

Willans, Kyrle William, eldest son of the late Peter William Willans, 

Esq., The Wilderness, Pirbright, Surrey, aged 14, August 18. 

Left 1901.2 Donkin 

Liverpool University, Engineering Course, 1902-1903. Address, Nan Tan House, 

Wortley, Leeds. 

Bury, Philip Entwisle, eldest son of Henry EntwisleBury, Esq., (O,R. 1868), 
41. Rutland Gate, London, aged 13, Oct. 16. Left 1900. 8 Collins 

Clare College, Cambridge. 

Eddis, Bruce Lindsay, second son of William Kearns Eddis, Esq., (O.K. 
1865), 1, Esplanade West, Calcutta, aged 14, Aug. 17. Left 
1900. 8 Collins 

Scholar 1897. Woolwich 1901. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 1903. 
Powell, Grandage Edwards, only son of the Rev. Astell Devaynes Powell, 
Fallowfield Rectory, Manchester, aged 14, November 20. 
Left 1901. 2 Collins 

University College, Oxford, from October, 1901. Home address, as above. 
Sale, John Ford, only son of Colonel Matthew Townsend Sale, (O.K. 1849), 
The Grange, Belvedere, Kent, aged 13, Feb 20. Left^OS. 1 Collins 
Scholar 1887. Emmanuel College, Cambridge, from October, 1903. Home address, 
as above. 

Stott, Sydney Reginald, eldest son of John Robert Stott, Esq., Bardsley 
House, Ashton-under-Lyne, aged 14, March 1. Left 1900.* Collins 

Address, Bardsley House, Bardsley, Lancashire. 

Taylor, Daniel Brumhall, third son of the late Daniel Taylor, Esq., M.P., 
Millburne, Coleraine, Co. Derry, Ireland, aged 14, June 4. 
Left 1900. 8 Collins 

Trinity College, Dublin, from 1901. Home address, as above. 

Treves, Harold Thomsett, second son of William Knight Treves, Esq., M.D., 
31, Dalby Square, Margate, aged 14, Sept. 4. Left 1901.* Collins 

XI. 1900. A Medical Student at St. Thomas' Hospital, London. 

Whitehead, Harold John Baskerville, eldest son of Edward Hugh 
Whitehead, Esq., (O.K. 1868), 20, Old Queen's Street, London, aged 
15, August 16. Left 1899 3 Collins 

Gazetted to the 3rd Gloucestershire Regiment, Militia, 1900, and to the 7th 
Hussars 1901. Served in the South African War 1901-02. Home address, as above. 

Boltoil, David Cheney, younger son of Joseph John Bolton, Esq., Heathfield, 
Lancaster Road, Eccles, Manchester, aged 13, March 1. Left 
1902. 1 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Home address, as above. 

Ford, Richard Nagle, third son of Edmund Sal way Ford, Esq., (o.n. 1852), 
Pengreap. Cornwall, aged 13, June 19. Left 1902. 2 Michell 

Sandhurst 1903. Home address, 17, Hyde Park Square, London, W. 



James, 1897. 247 



Hart-Davis, Hugh Vaughan, only son of the Eev. Kichard Hart Hart- 
Davis, (O.K. 1856), Dunsden Vicarage, Beading, aged 14, July 25. 
Left 1900. 2 Michell 

Address, as above. 

Tapp, Theodore Arthur, elder son of Charles James Tapp, Esq., The Hill, 
Bromley, aged 14, April 5. Left 1901.* Michell 

XI. 1900. Caius College, Cambridge. 

Blackwell, Charles, sixth son of Samuel John Blackwell, Esq., Brookshill, 
Harrow Weald, Middlesex, aged 14, October 16. Left 1900 a Steel 

Address, as above. 

Cooper, William Wilfrid, younger son of the late Arthur Cooper, Esq., 
Thistleworth, Park Road, Twickenham, aged 14, May 4. Left 
1899. 3 Steel 

Gardner, Arthur Duncan, younger sou of James William Gardner, Esq. 
(O.R. 1864), The Stone House, Rugeley, aged 13, March 28. 
Left 1902.* Steel 

XV. 1901. University College, Oxford, from October, 1903. 

Mills, Duncan, fourth son of Thomas Mills, Esq., Longdawn Lodge, Sand- 
hurst, Wokingham, aged 14, April 26. Left 1901. 1 Steel 

Gazetted to the Hampshire Regiment 1903. 

Spilsbury, Leonard Joy, younger son of James Spilsbury, Esq., Mayfield 
Road, Moseley, Birmingham, aged 13, May 30. Left 1903. 2 Steel 

Scholar 1897. XT. 1903. Minor Exhibitioner 1903. Scholar of Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge, 1902. Home address, as above. 

Stoop, Adrian Dura, elder son of Frederic Cornelius Stoop, Esq., 5, Coll- 
ingham Gardens, Kensington, aged 14, Mar. 27. Left 1901.* Steel 

XV. 1900. Minor Exhibitioner 1901. University College, Oxford, from October. 
1901. Home address, Byfleet, Surrey. 

Thompson, Alec, third son of Joseph Thompson, Esq., Wauldby, Brough, 
East Yorkshire, aged 14, August 28. Left 1901. 3 Steel 

XV. 1901. Sandhurst 1902. Gazetted to the Unattached List for Indian Army 
1903. Home address, as above. 

Buckland, Gerald Charles Balfour, younger son of George William 
Frederick Buckland, Esq. (o.n. 1867), 1, Esplanade West, Calcutta, 
aged 13, May 18- Left 1902. 8 Brooke 

Sampson, Samuel John Marton, eldest son of Samuel Arthur Sampson, 
Esq. (O.R. 1864), 5, Campden Hill Gardens, Kensington, aged 14, 
August 11. Left 1902. 2 Brooke 

Trinity College, Cambridge, from October, 1902. Home address, as above. 

Sinclair, William Richardson, second son of the Right Hon. Thomas 
Sinclair, Hopefield, Belfast, aged 13, Sept. 17. Left 1901. a Brooke 
Queen's College, Belfast. In business. Address, as above. 

Walker, Robert Wynne Stanley, third son of Theodore Comyn Walker, 
Esq., Glenn Hall, Leicester, aged 14, May 28. Left 1901. 1 Brooke 

Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Wyer, John Francis Wilson, elder son of Frederick Wyer, Esq., Kenil- 
worth, aged 13, February 11. Left 1898. 3 Brooke 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge. 

Clark, William Harold, second son of the late James Clark, Esq., Oak 
Bank, Nelson, Lancashire, aged 15, June 26. Left 1899. 3 Stallard 



248 James, 1897. 



Jolliffe, Cyril Edward, only son of William Davies Jolliffe, Esq., Claverton, 
Westminster Park, Chester, aged 14, May 1. Left 1900. 3 Stallard 
Woolwich 1901. Gazetted to Devon E.G. A. Militia 1902. Address, as above. 

Kneeshaw, Wilfred Shafto, only son of Henry Kneeshaw, Esq., D.L., 
Graiglwyd, Penmaenmawr, North Wales, aged 14, June 5. 
Left 1902. 1 Stallard 

Oriel College, Oxford, from October, 1902. Home address, as above. 

Mvlchreest, Thomas Moore, elder son of the late Joseph Mylchreest, Esq., 
The White House, Kirk Michael, Isle of Man, aged 14, Sept. 14. 
Left 1900. 2 Stallard 

Address, as above. 

Reddie, Robert Alexander, only son of William Graham Reddie, Esq., 12, 
Cleveland Gardens, Bayswater, London, aged 15, September 10. 
Left 1900.* Stallard 

Sandhurst 1900. Gazetted to the 16th Lancers 1901. Served in the South African 

War 1901-02. Slightly wounded. Cavalry Club. 

Roberts, Edward Dorling, elder son of Charles Tanner Kingdon Roberts, 
Esq., Fairhill, Exeter, aged 13, June 12. Left 1898. 2 Stallard 

Left in ill health. Exeter Grammar School. Sandhurst 1901. Gazetted to the 
Devonshire Regiment 1903. India 1904. 

Satterthwaite, Clement Richard, elder son of Colonel Edward Satterthwaite 
(O.K. 1871), Windermere, Bromley, Kent, aged 13, February 21. 
Left 1900. 8 Stallard 

Scholar 1897. Woolwich 1901. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers 1902. 

Shewell, Marten William, fifth son of the late Rev. Frank Shewell, 
Lidderwell Vicarage, Plymouth, aged 13, September 29. Left 
1902. 2 Stallard 

Lincoln College, Oxford, from October, 1902. Home address, Gedney House, 
Greenhithe, Kent. 

Walton, Joseph, only son of Joseph Walton, Esq., Glenside, Saltburn-by- 
the-Sea, aged 14, Nov. 5. Left 190 1. 8 Stallard 

In business. Address, as above. 

Courtauld, Stephen Lewis, fourth son of Sydney Courtauld, Esq., Booking 
Place, Braintree, aged 14, Feb. 27. Left 1901. 2 Payne Smith 

King's College, Cambridge. 

Millar, Gilbert Henry, third son of Henry Edward Millar, Esq., Heathdown, 
Hampstead, London, aged 13, June 2. Left 1903. 2 Payne Smith 
Scholar 1897. Scholar of Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1903. Home address, as 
above. 

Porter, Robert Guy, only son of Frederick Porter, Esq., Haselwood, 
Enfield, Middlesex, aged 13, Nov. 6. Left 1899. 2 Payne Smith 

Chase, Charles Allen, second son of Rev. Frederick Henry Chase, D.D., 
16, Brookside, Cambridge, afterwards President of Queen's 
College, aged 14, April 3. Left 1901. 3 Brooke 

Address, The Lodge, Queen's College, Cambridge. 

Collins, Philip, eldest son of Philip George Collins, Esq., 21, The Avenue, 
Beckenham, aged 14, November 8. Left 1901. 2 Michell 

London University 1901. Articled to a Solicitor. Address, as above. 

Sykes, Claud Walter, eldest son of Lt.-Col. Walter Harry Sykes (O.K. 1862), 
Hill House. Guilford. aged 13, October 21. Left 1901. 2 Brooke 

In business at Frankfort-on-Maine from 1903. Home address, Firfield, Merrow, 
Guildford. 



James, 1897. 249 



Barker, Eric Clement, son of Alfred James Frederick Barker, Esq., 11, 
Throgmorton Avenue, London, aged 13, September 27. Left 
1902* Whitelaw 

Royal Agricultural College, Cireucester. 

Douglas, Archibald John Angus, only son of Charles John Cathcart 
Douglas, Esq., 22, Belgrave Crescent, Edinburgh, aged 14, 
January 31. Left 1900. 2 Whitelaw 

Sandhurst 1901. Gazetted to the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders 1903. 
Home address, Haylee, Largs, Ayrshire, N.B. Malta 1904. 

Hett, Henry Alexander, son of Henry Herbert Hett, Esq., Highfield, 
Shoreham, Sevenoaks, aged 14, June 24. Left 1900. 2 Whitelaw 
Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Lambert, Leslie Harrison, son of Thomas Harrison Lambert, Esq., 44, 

Buckingham Palace Mansions, London, aged 13, November 11. 

Left 1900. 1 Whitelaw 

Blomfield, Hugh Massie, younger son of Rear- Admiral Richard Massie 

Blomfield, Port House, Alexandria. Egypt, aged 15, Nov. 17. 

Left 1900. 2 Donkin 

Previously at Cheltenham College. 

Blyth, Alexander, only son of Alexander Blyth, Esq., Liberton, Aigburth, 
Liverpool, aged 14, May 30. Left 1900. 1 Collins 

Gazetted to the 3rd South Lancashire Regiment, Militia, 1902. Served in the 
South African War 1902. Of The Priory, Grassendale, Liverpool. 

Kelham, Robert Cecil, elder son of Robert Maunsell Kelham, Esq., 4, 
Sente du Moulin S te Adresse, Seine Inferieure, France, aged 14, 
June 5. Leftl899. 2 Donkin 

In business. Address, 17, Rue Mare, Havre, France. 

Stevenson, William Sinclair, son of the late Rev. William Fleming 

Stevenson, D.D., Orwell Bank, Dublin, aged 14, May 25. Left 

1901. 1 Brooke 

Ball, Crispin Alfred, eldest son of Thomas Allen Ball, Esq., Architect, 

Chester Street, Rugby, aged 13, September 26. Left 1902. 2 Town 

Minor Exhibitioner 1902. Exhibitioner of Lincoln College, Oxford, 1902. Home 

address, as above. 

Harris, William Evelyn Arnold, only son of the late William Grwilym 
Harris, Esq., Lawford Road, Rugby, aged 13, Sept. 29. Left 
1902. 3 Town 

Reading for the Consular Service. Of 21, Clifton Road, Rugby. 

Isaacson, Colin de Stuteville, only son of Major John de Stuteville 
Isaacson, 14, Bilton Hoad, Rugby, aged 13, December 3. Left 
1901 Town 

Passed into Sandhurst 1901, but failed in eyesight (Medical Tests). Gazetted to 
the 3rd Battalion Royal Scots 1902. Address, Tower Lodge, Rugby. 

Medhurst, James Charles, third son of Walter Cope Medhurst, Esq., Bank 
House, Rugby, aged 13, March 25. Left 1899 2 Town 

A Clerk in the National Provincial Bank of England from 1901. Hove Branch 
1902. Of 33, St. Andrew's Road, Portslade-by-Sea, Sussex. 

Ransoine, Arthur Michel!, elder son of the late Professor Cyril Ransome, 
Clifton Road, Rugby, aged 13, Jan. 18. Left 1901. 2 Town Whitelaw 

Yorkshire College, Leeds, 1901-02. A Journalist in London. Of 67, Huron Road 
Upper Tooting, London, S.W. 

Richardson, Hugh Baird, fifth son of the late Rev. Thomas Richardson, 
Rhyl Vicarage, Flintshire, aged 12, June 19. Left 1902. 2 Town 

Went to a Private Tutor to read for Oxford. Home address. 2 Arnold Villas 
Rugby. 



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250 James, 1898. 



Simpson, James Herbert, elder son of James Herbert Simpson, Esq., M.D., 
21, Hillmorton Road, Rugby, aged 13, November 11. Left 
1902. 8 Whitelaw Town 

Pembroke College, Cambridge, from October, 1902. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1898. 

Bartlett, Alfred James Napier, fourth son of the late John Edward 
Bartlett, Esq., Peverel Court, Aylesbury, aged 13, June 29. Left 
1901. 1 School 

Sandhurst 1902. Gazetted to the Oxfordshire Light Infantry 1903. 

Dashwood, Wilfred James, fourth son of Sir George John Egerton Dash- 
wood, Bart., Kirtlington Park, Oxford, aged 14, December 3. 
Left 1898.* School 

Ellison, Guy Moreton, sixth son of Rev. Charles Christopher Ellison (O.K. 
1849), Rector of Boultham, Bracebridge, Lincolnshire, aged 14, 
February 5. Left 1901. 2 School 

Sandhurst 1901. Gazetted to the Lincolnshire Regiment 1902. Home address, 

as above. 

Gatacre, John Kirwan, younger son of Major-General William Forbes 
Gatacre, C.B., 86, Brook Street, London, W., aged 14, Sept. 6. 
Left 1901.' School 

Gazetted to the Unattached List 1902. 

Hulbert, Francis, third son of Rev. Charles Augustus Hulbert, Rector of 
Nether Broughton, Melton Mowbray, aged 14, Nov. 3. Left 
1902.' School 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Home address, The Vicarage, Towcester. 

Jackson, George Julius, son of Thomas Jackson, Esq., afterwards Knight, 
St. John's Place, Hong Kong, aged 14, Jan. 4. Left 1899. 3 School 
Gazetted to the Northumberland Fusiliers 1902. 

Phillips-Dickson, George Armitage, only son of Rev. John Phillips- 
Dickson, Vicar of Dudleston, Ellesmere, Salop, aged 13, Feb. 23. 
Left 1900. 1 School 

Address, as above. 

Bright, John Leatham, elder son of William Leatham Bright, Esq., 48, 
Queen's Gate Gardens, London, W., aged 13, February 6. Left 
1901. 8 Whitelaw 

In the Shipping Trade. Address, as above. 

Beaven, Cecil Livingstone, fourth son of Rev. Alfred Beavon Beaven, 
Headmaster of the Grammar School, Preston, aged 15, January 2. 
Left 1901. 2 Donkin 

Scholar 1898. Minor Exhibitioner 1901. Scholar of University College, Oxford, 
1901. First Class Mathematical Moderations 1903. Home address, Greyfriars, 
Milverton, Leamington. 

Gilkison, James David Ralston, younger son of Dugald Stewart Gilkison, 
Esq., 7, Palace Road, Surbiton, aged 13, Aug. 1. Left 1902. 2 Donkin 
At Trinity College, Oxford, from October, 1903. 

Hill, Arthur Charles Percival, only son of Charles Paffarel Hill, Esq., 3, 
Rawdon Street, Calcutta, aged 14, Oct. 21. Left 1902. 2 Donkin 

At Balliol College, Oxford, from October, 1902. 

Wright, Walter Evelyn, elder son of Walter Wright, Esq., Elm Grove, 
Halifax, aged 13, September 14. Left 1901. 2 Donkin 



James, 1898. 251 



Evans, Charles Gilbert, eldest son of Charles Evans, Esq., 6, Park Place, 

Cardiff, aged 14, April 2. Left 1901. 2 Oollins 

Gazetted to Royal Monmouth R.E. Militia 1901. Hon. Lieutenant in the Army. 

Served in the South African War April to 31st May, 1902. Home address, as 

above. 

Ramsay, John Richard, third son of Captain John Ramsay, R.E., Fareham, 
Hants, aged 14, November 15. Left 1901. 5 Collins 

Woolwich 1901. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery 1903. 

Trevor, Herbert Edward,, second son of Brigade-Surgeon Lieub.-Colonel 
Francis Wollaston Trevor, Karachi, India, aged 13, May 26. 
Left 1898. 2 Collins 

Gazetted to the Northumberland Regiment 1903. 

Rees, John Gordon, younger son of William Thomas Rees, Aberdare, aged 
13, November 22. Left 1900. 3 Collins 

Sandhurst 1903. Home address, Maesyffynon, Aberdare. 

Bradbury, John Fowler, only son of John Gilbert Bradbury, Esq., 
Glenthorne, Farquhar R,oad, Edgbaston, Birmingham, aged 13, 
July 30. Left 1903. 2 Michell 

XV. 1902. Crick 1903. King's College, Cambridge, from October, 1903. 
Brock, .Roy Gerard Corcor, only son of Colonel Thomas Herbert Brock, 
Royal West Kent Regiment, Peshawar, India, aged 13, Feb. 22. 
Lett 1901. 2 Michell 

Gazetted to Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment 1902. 

Fletcher, Henry Field, son of Rev. William Henry Fletcher, Canon 
Residentiary of St. Asaph's Vicarage, Wrexham, aged 13, 
February 3. Left 1901. 2 Michell 

At Brasenose College, Oxford, from October, 1902. 

Lewis, Henry William Larkin, eldest son of Allan Wellesley Lewis, Esq., 
St. George's, Grenada, aged 14, April 2. Left 1901. 3 Michell 

XI. 1900. Died in London 29th April, 1904. 

Woodall, John Corbet, son of Corbet Woodall, Esq. ,69, Fitzjohn's Avenue, 
London, aged 14, November 8. Left 1901. 3 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Slack, George Cave, younger son of Francis Alexander Slack, Esq., 
39, Colville Gardens, Bayswater, London, aged 13, February 26. 
Left 1899. 3 Steel 

Swanzy, Francis Hugh, second son of Francis Swanzy, Esq., (O.K. 1869), 
Sevenoaks, aged 13, April 7. Left 1902. 2 Steel 

In business in London. Address, The Quarry, Sevenoaks. 

Walker, John Campbell, youngest son of Melville Mitchell Walker, Esq., 
Hedonville, York Place, H arrogate, aged 13, May 16. Left 
1900. 3 Steel 

Baker, Clifford Tiver, ninth son of the late Thomas Baker, Esq., Wallcroft, 
Durdham Park, Bristol, aged 14, November 5. Left 1901. 3 Brooke 

Address, as above. 

Barrett, John Henry, only son of Alfred Barrett, Esq., Gosbury Hill, 
Hook, Surbiton, aged 14, September 9. Left 1901. 3 Stallard 

Caro, Alfred Haldinstein, younger son of Jacob Caro, Esq., 51, Great 
Cumberland Place, London, aged 13, Dec. 18. Left 1902. 3 Stallard 

Landauer, Bernard, younger son of David Landauer, Esq., 53, Fitzjohn's 
Avenue, Hampstead, London, aged 13, May 4. Left 1902. 1 Stallard 

In business. Home address, as above. 



252 James, 1898. 



Mackinnon, William, eldest son of Duncan Mackinnon, Esq., 16, Hyde 
Park Square, London, aged 14, October 7. Left 1902. 2 Stallard 
At Magdalen College, Oxford, from October, 1902. 

Milburn, Leonard John, second son of John Davidson Milburn, Esq., 
Guyzance, Acklington, Northumberland, aged 13, February 14. 
Left 190 1. 2 Stallard 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Home address, as above. 

North, John Tom, elder son of Gamble North, Esq., Queenswood, Eltham, 
Kent, aged 14, January 17. Left 1900. 1 Stallard 

Gazetted to the 2nd Dragoon Guards 1903. 

Corah, John Reginald, only son of John Arthur Corah, Esq., Oadby Hill, 
Leicester, aged 14, August 22. Left 1900. 1 Payne Smith 

Address, as above. 

Cunliffe, Robert Neville Henry, youngest son of Sir Robert Alpin Cunliffe, 
Bart., Acton Park, Wrexham, aged 13, February 8. Left 
1900. 2 Payne Smith 

Prance, Basil Camden, younger son of Rev. Lewis Newcomen Prance, 
(O.K. 1854), Stapleford Tawney Rectory, Romford, aged 14, January 
23. Left 1902. 2 Payne Smith 

Minor Exhibitioner 1902. Scholar of Christ Church, Oxford, 1902. Home address, 

as above. 

Wells, Leonard Alban, third son of Rev. Edward Wells, Rector of West 
Dean, Salisbury, aged 14, August 8. Left 1901. 1 Payne Smith 

At Hertford College, Oxford, from October, 1902. 

Cruickshank, Arthur Henry Prinsep, second son of Alexander Walmesley 
Oruickshank, Esq., C.S.I., Allahabad, India, aged 14, September 9. 
Left 190 1. 2 Brooke 

Ellis, Everett Wodehouse, only son of Edward Ellis, Esq., Garston Park, 
Godstone, Surrey, aged 14, July 8. Left 1899. 2 Town* 

Lambert, Kenneth Norman, eldest son of Harry William Lambert, Esq., 
(O.K. 1874), 26, Bedford Court Mansions, London, aged 14, May 16. 
Left 1898. a Town* 

Silva, John Wheen, only son of Frederic Silva, Esq., 31, Leinster Gardens, 
Hyde Park, London, aged 14, Feb. 17. Left 1899. 3 Brooke 

Address, as above. 

Naismith, John Campbell Dalrymple, only son of William John Naismith, 
Esq., M.D., 13, Alloway Place, Ayr, aged 13, March 7. Left 
1902. 2 Whitelaw 

In business from 1902. Of Ravenscroft, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire. 

Bonnerjee, Ratnakrishna Curran, fourth son of Woomesh Chunder 
Bonnerjee, Esq., 6, Park Street, Calcutta, aged 14, July 28. 
Left 1902.' Whitelaw 

Balliol College, Oxford, from October, 1903. 

Bates, Ulysses Ewart, son of the late Bates, Esq., ward of J. C. 
Vocotopoulos, 2i, Chorlton Street, Manchester, aged 15, Feb. 28. 
Left 1899. 8 Collins 

Cowley, George Hamilton Ivens, only son of George Charles Cowley, Esq., 
The Hollies, Kilsby, Northants, aged 13, Apl. 18. Left 1902. a Town 

Articled to a Solicitor. Address, Kilsby Hall, Northants. 



James, 1898. 255 



ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1898. 

Barnett, Leslie Winterton, third son of Henry William Barnett. Esq., 
Bramshott, South Bank, Surbiton, aged 14, April 4. Left 
1901 . School 

Royal School of Mines, London, 1902. Address, as above. 

Brook, Arthur Charles, eldest son of the late Arthur Charles Brook, Esq., 
Woodhouse, Weybridge, aged 13, June 18. Left 1903. 2 School 

At Exeter College, Oxford, from October, 1903. 

Butt, Geoffrey Crawford, younger son of George Frederick Butt, Esq., 

Ingleside, Selwyn Road, Eastbourne, aged 13, June 7. Left 

1901.* School 

Articled to a Chartered Accountant 1902. Of 3a, Crediton Road, Hampstead, 

London, N.W. 

Garrett, Douglas Thornbury, eldest son of Samuel Garrett, Esq. (O.K. 1865), 
13, Nottingham Place, London, aged 14, July 23. Left 1902. 5 School 

Scholar of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1902. Home address, as above. 

Greenwood, Robin, youngest son of James Greenwood, Esq. (O.K. 1859), 
Crow Wood House, Burnley, aged 13, April 6. Left 1903. 1 School 

A Milling Engineer. Of Edenholme, Clayton-le-Dale, Blackburn. 

Gemmell, Kenneth Thomas, younger son of the late Thomas Gemmell, 
Esq., (O.K. 1862), Hawksview, Cobham, Surrey, aged 14, Nov. 25. 
Left 1902. 8 Whitelaw 

Exhibitioner of Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1902. Home address, Dalkeith 
House, Englefield Green, Surrey. 

Allan, Patrick Alexander, third son of Alexander Allan, Esq., Coonoor, 
Madras, aged 13, July 4. Left 1901. 2 Donkm 

Sandhurst 1902. 

Freeman, Noel William, eldest son of William Robert Freeman, Esq., 
29, Cambridge Square, London, aged 14, Jan. 12. Left 1902. 1 Donkm 

At University College, Oxford, from October, 1902. 

Pegler, William, elder son of William Pegler, Esq., The Cross, Pontypool, 
aged 14, April 28. Left 1901. 1 Donkin 

A Merchant. Address, as above. 

Dugdale, Gerald, son of John Marshall Dugdale, Esq. (o.R. 1866), Llwyn, 
Llanfyllin, aged 14, March 19. Left 190 1. 2 Collins 

Graham, Christopher Norman, eldest son of Christopher Colborne 
Graham, Esq., Highmoor, Ilkley, Yorks, aged 13, July 30. Left 
1900.3 Collins 

Studied at Cologne 1901 . Address, as above. 

Baird, Joseph Franklin Montagu, elder son of Montagu Martin Weller 
Baird, Esq., 13, Park Circus Place, Glasgow, aged 14, March 25. 
Left 1900. 2 Michell 

In business as a Maltster in Glasgow. Of Keppoch, Cardross, Dumbartonshire. 

Powell, Leslie, eldest son of James Powell, Esq., Ivanhoe, Heigate, aged 14, 
November 1 7. Left 1902. 2 Michell 

King's College, Cambridge, from October, 1902. Home address, as above. 

Rothwell, Richard Rainshaw, only son of Captain Richard Rainshaw 

Rothwell, 88, Marine Parade, Brighton, aged 14, February 12. 

Left 1899. 8 Michell 

Mason, Humphrey Francis, elder son of Frank William Mason, Esq., 

Felixstowe, Essex, aged 14, March 8. Left 1901. 3 Steel 

King's College, London, Engineering Course 1902-04. Home address, North* 

cliff e, Felixstowe. 



254 James, 1898. 



Smith, Ian Mackintosh, elder son of Ian Mackintosh Smith, Esq., Wood- 
lands, Inverness, aged 14, January 29. Left 1901. 2 Steel 
Gazetted to the Somerset Light Infantry 1902. 

Teage, Arthur William Land, elder son of Dixon William Arthur Teage, 
Esq., (O.R. 1870), Haversham Manor, Wolverton, Bucks, aged 14, 
April 26. Left 1902. 1 Steel 

In business in London. Of 14, Arlington Road, Surbiton, Surrey. 

Wilkinson, Frederic Harrison, younger son of John Brocksopp Wilkinson, 
Esq., Tapton Grange, Sheffield, aged 14, June 4. Left 1900. 8 Steel 
In business in Sheffield. Address, as above. 

Williams, Evelyn Hugh Watkin, only son of Charles Henry Bennet 
Williams, Esq., Knolton Hall, Ellesmere, Salop, aged 14, March 21. 
Left 190 1. 8 Brooke 

Gazetted to the 10th Hussars 1903. 

Clark, Francis Allen, third son of the late James Clark, Esq., Oak Bank, 
Nelson, Lancashire, aged 14, Decbmber 11. Left 1901 . 3 Stallard 

Thompson, Frederick Samuel, younger son of Alfred Thompson, Esq., 
Knottsall Lodge, Langley, Worcestershire, aged 14, September 28. 
Left 1901. 3 Stallard 

Willett, Herbert William Mills, elder son of William Willetb, Esq., The 
Cedars, Chislehurst, aged 13, July 28. Left 1901.* Stallard 

Address, as above. 

Bacon, Harold Medley, younger son of the Rev. Harry Vivian Bacon, 
Barrowdeu Rectory, Stamford, aged 14, July 30. Left 

1901. 1 Payne Smith 

Birkett, Richard Maule, only son of Daniel Maule Birkett, Esq., Gordon 

Lodge, St. Anne's Road, Eastbourne, aged 16, January 2. Left 

1900. 8 Payne Smith 

XV. 1900. Sandhurst 1900. Gazetted to the Royal Sussex Regiment 1902. Served 

in the South African War 1902. Medal. Bengal 1904. Home address, Leigh 

Holme, bexhill, Sussex. 

Compton, Cuthred, only son of Rev- William Cookworthy Compton, Head- 
master of Dover College, aged 13, July 2. Left 1903. 2 Payne Smith 
Trinity College, Oxford, from October, 1903. Home address, as above. 

Lees, John, only son of John Bayley Lees, Esq., Oaklands, Handsworth, 
Staffs., aged 15, March 27. Left 1901. 8 Payne Smith 

Gottingen University 1902. In business from 1903. Address, as above. 

Scarborough, Walter Howard, younger son of Walter Scarborough, Esq., 
Alyn Bank, Crouch End, London, aged 13, June 9. Left 

1900. 2 Payne Smith 

Robinow, William, elder son of Max Emil Robinow, Esq., Hawthornden, 
Didsbury, Manchester, aged 15, Nov. 8. Left 190 1. 2 Payne Smith 
Christ Church, Oxford, from October, 1901. 

Fleming, Ernest Cole, fourth son of William James Fleming, Esq., M.D., 
3, Woodside Terrace, Glasgow, aged 13, May 27. Left 
1901.* Payne Smith 

Hunt, George Herbert, only son of George Stratford Hunt, Esq., Sandfield, 
Chislehurst, Kent, aged 14, April 9- Left 1902. 1 Whitelaw 

At Christ Church, Oxford, from October, 1902. 



James, 1898. 255 



Parry, Nevill Edward, eldest son of Edward Hagarty Parry, Esq., Stoke 
House, Stoke Pogis, Bucks, aged 13, July 3. Left 1902. 3 Miohell 

Home Civil Service. 

Butter, Algernon Gascoigne, third son of Frederick John Rutter, Esq., (o.R. 
1853), West Heath, Abbey Wood, Kent, aged 14. Sept. 7. Left 

1901. 2 Steel 

A Submarine Cable Engineer. Address, as above. 

Stallard, Robert Humphry, second son of George Stallard, Esq., Horton 
Crescent, Rugby, aged 13, Nov. 12. Left 1901. 3 Stallard 

Woolwich 1902. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers 23rd December, 1903. 

Woodward, Sydney, only son of Frank Woodward, Esq., Peveril Drive, 
Nottingham, aged 14, March 9. Left 1900. 3 Brooke 

Bottomley, Clifford Hodgson, son of the late Thomas Bottomley, Esq., 
Manorley Hall, Buttershaw, Yorks, aged 13, November 8. Left 

1898. 3 Town* 

Chaplin, James Gottingham, tenth son of Ernest Chaplin, Esq., Bilton 
Road, Rugby, aged 13, August 13. Left 1902. 3 Town 

XV. 1902. Learning Land Agency. Home address, Clifton, Rugby. 

Cory, Edgar Myrie, second son of the late John Myrie Cory, Esq., Shanghai, 
aged 13, January 6. Left 1901. 2 Town 

Central Technical College, 1903-04. Address, 19, Palace Mansions, Addison 
Bridge, Kensington, London, W. 

Griffith, Llewelyn, second son of Major-General Charles Matthew Griffith, 
The Gate House, Rugby, aged 13, November 13. Left 1900. 1 Town 

Sandhurst 1902. Gazetted to the Welsh Regiment 1903. Address, Wynberg 
Winchester. 

Loverock, Cecil Victor, eldest son of Lewis Loverock, Esq., (o.u. 1869), 
flillmorton Road, Rugby, aged 13, June 29. Left 1900. 1 Town 
With the Eastern Telegraph Co., London, B.C. Gibraltar 1903. Address, Grey- 
lands, Hillmorton Road, Rugby. 

Tayler, Alfred Edersheim, fourth son of the late Rev. George Wood Henry 

Tayler, Chaucer Road, Bedford, aged 12, November 20. Left 

1903* Town 

Scholar 1900. Passed 16th Civil Service Examination 1903. Assistant Clerk, 

Royal Navy. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1898, 

Edwards, Douglas Bruce, fourth son of William Peacock Edwards, Esq., 
17, Belgrave Crescent, Edinburgh, aged 13, October 15. Left 
1902. 3 Whitelaw 

Sandhurst 1903. Home address, as above. 

Lee, Henry, fourth son of Arthur Lee, Esq., (o.R. 1859), Westfield House, 
Lewes, aged 14, February 22. Left 1902. 2 Whitelaw 

Home address, Westfield House, Lewes. 

Ricardo, Harry Ralph, only son of Halsey Ralph Ricardo, Esq., (o.R. 1869), 
13. Bedford Square, London, aged 13, January 26. Left 
1903. 1 Whitelaw 

Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Robertson, Colin Charles, third son of Rev- James Robertson, Whittlesford 
Vicarage, Cambridge, aged 13, November 1. Left 1902. 3 Whitelaw 
In the Government Forestry Department, Thaba'nchu, Orange River Colony 
South Africa. 



256 James, 1898. 



Scott, Geoffrey, fourth son of Russell Scott, Esq., The Hoo, Lyndhurst 
Gardens, Hampstead, aged 14, June 11. Left 1902 3 Whitelaw 
Exhibitioner of New College, Oxford, 1903. Home address, Darent Hulme, 
Shoreham, Sevenoaks. 

Wilkinson, James Vere Stewart, fourth son of Rev. John Henry Wilkinson, 
Woodcote House, Woodcote, Reading, aged 13, February 21. 
Left 1903. 3 Whitelaw 

Scholar 1898. XV. 1901, 1902, 1903. Scholar of University College, Oxford, 1904. 

Bihney, Charles Newton, younger son of Charles Hibbert Binney, Esq., 
4, Tavistock Road, Westbourne Park, London, aged 15, July 11. 
Leftl901. 2 Donkin 

At Corpus Chiisti College, Oxford, from October, 1901. 
de Wend-Fenton, William Ross, second son of William Fenton de Wend- 

Fenton, Esq., Oldbury Grange, Bridgnorth, aged 15, September 20. 

Left 1900. 2 Donkin 

Hollond, Henry Arthur, elder son of Arthur Edward Hollond, Esq., Great 

Ashfield House, Bury St. Edmunds, aged 13, October 14. Left 

1903. 2 Donkin 

Scholar 1898. Head of the School. VIII. 1903. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 
1903. Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1903. Home address, as above. 

Tomkins, Albin George, only son of Albin Bourton Tomkins, Esq., Walmer 
House, Surbiton, aged 13, April 22. Left 1902. 1 Donkin 

Address, as above. 

Primrose- Wells, Joseph Hamilton, eldest son of Albert Primrose-Wells, 
Esq., M.D., 16, Albemarle Road, Beckenham, Kent, aged 14, Jan. 26. 
Left 1901. 2 Donkin 

Vaughan, Arthur Dale, eighth son of the late James Henry Dale Yaughan, 
Esq., Spencer House, Weybridge, aged 14, September 6. Left 

1900. 3 Donkin 

Gazetted to the 5th Royal Warwickshire Regiment, Militia, 1902. Reading for 
the Army. Home address, as above. 

Burney, Cecil Stanley, elder son of the late James Edward Burney, Esq., 
Ashleigh, Ross, Herefordshire, aged 14, June 2. Left 1899. 3 Collins 

Address, Box Cottage, Northchurch, Berkhampstead. 

Barker, John Rowland Palgrave, eldest son of the Rev. Rowland Vectis 
Barker, Bramford Vicarage, Ipswich, aged 14, July 30. Collins 

Died at School 26th March, 1900. 

Hankey, Donald William Alerr,, fourth son of Robert Alers Hankey, Esq., 
(O.K. 1853), Chesham Place, Brighton, aged 13, October 27. 
Left 1901. 2 Collins 

Woolwich 1903. 

Jewitt, Reuben James Charles, eldest son of James Jewitt, Esq., Bedford 
Cottage, Newmarket, aged 14, August 8. Left 1900. 3 Collins 

Sloman, Harold Newnham Penrose, elder son of the Rev. Arthur Sloman, 
Kingslee, Farndon, Chester, aged 13, April 22. Leftl904. 2 Collins 

Scholar 1898. XI. 1903, 1904. Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford, 1904. 

Turner, Maurice, younger son of Montagu Charles Turner, Esq., 8, Wood 
Street, Calcutta, aged 14, July 21. Left 1901. 3 Collins 

At Merton College, Oxford, from October, 1903. 

Whitehead, Hugh Christopher, younger son of Edward Hugh Whitehead, 
Esq , (O.K. 1868), Old Queen Street, Queen Anne's Gate, London, 
aged 14, August 24. Left 1902. a Collins 

Articled to a Solicitor. Of 20, Old Queen Street, London, S.W. 



James, 1898. 257 



Woodhouse, Ernest, elder son of Percy Woodhouse, Esq., Longraead, 

Marple Bridge. Stockport, aged 14, May 25. Left 1901. 2 Collins 

Woolwich 1901. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers 1903. Home address, as above. 

Q-amlen, John Charles Blagdon, only son of William Blagdon Gamlen, Esq., 
1, Salisbury Gardens, Oxford, aged 13, Jan. 25. Left 1903. 2 Miohell 

Exhibitioner of Balliol College, Oxford, 1903. 

Clayton, Geoffrey Hare, youngest son of Rev. Canon Lewis Clayton, 
Precincts, Peterborough (afterwards Suffragan Bishop of Leicester) 
aged 13, December 12. Left 1903. 3 Michell 

Scholar 1898. Major and Minor Exhibitioner 1903. Scholar of Pembroke College, 

Cambridge, 1903. 

Lewthwaite, Charles Gilfrid, younger son of William Lewthwaite, Esq. 
(O.K. 1868), Broadgate, Broughton-in-Furness, aged 14, April 15. 
Left 1902. 8 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Address, as above. 

Maude, Christian George, only son of Lieut.-Col. Aubrey Maurice Maude, 
Clarence House, Windsor, aged 14, Sept. 4. Left 1901. 3 Michell 

Miller-Hallett, George, eldest son of Alexander Miller-Hallett, Esq., 
Goddington,Chelsfield, Kent, aged 14, Nov. 29. Left 1902. a Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Ogilvie, George Norman, third son of the late Arthur Graeme Ogilvie, 
Esq. (O.K. 1864), 8, Grove End Road, St. John's Wood, London, 
aged 13, December 22. Left 1903. 2 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Reading for Diplomatic Service. Home address, 
13, Holland Villas Road, London, N.W. 

Ogilvie, Sholto Stewart, younger son of Glencairn Stuart Ogilvie, Esq. 
(O.K. 1873), The Lodge, Woodbridge, Suffolk, aged 14, July 81. 
Left 1903. 8 , Michell 

At University College, Oxford, from October, 1903. 

Owen, Arthur Lewis Scott, elder son of William Scott Owen, Esq., 
Cefngwifed, Newtown, Montgomeryshire, aged 13, June 1. Left 
1903. 3 Michell 

XI. 1902, 1903. XV. 1903. 

Beazley, John Godfrey, fourth son of James Henry Beazley, Esq., 
Noctorum, Cheshire, aged 13, Feb. 9. Left 1903. 2 Steel 

Scholar 1898. VIII. 1902, 1903. XV. 1902. Major Exhibitioner 1903. Scholar of 
Trinity College, Oxford, 1903. 

Binney, Edward Victor, second son of Thomas Godfrey Binney, Esq., 
Houghton Green, Rye, Sussex, aged 13, Mar. 4. Left 1901.* Steel 

Scholar 1898. Woolwich 1902. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers 1903. 

Campbell, Donald MacGregor, elder son of Robert MaoGregor Campbell, 
Esq., (O.K. 1865), Huntley Hall, Cheadle, Stoke-on-Trent, aged 14, 
August 10. Left 1903. 8 Steel 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1903. 

de Rin, Angelo Victor John, only son of Lucian de Rin, Esq., 31, 
Gt. St. Helen's, London, aged 14, Jan. 18. Left 1901. 1 Steel 

Student at Lausanne University 1901-02. In business in London. Address, 45, 
Dover Street, London, W. 

Fitzpatrick, Richard William, younger son of Rev. Nicholas Richard 
Fitzpatrick, Woodford Green Parsonage, Essex, aged 13, Jan. 4. 
Left 1902. 5 Steel 

Woolwich 1903. 
TOL. III. II 



258 James, 1898. 



Hillerns, Karl Franz Friedrich, younger son of Carl Engelbert Oswald 
Hillerns, Esq., Oldenburg Villa, Hessle, East Yorkshire, aged 13, 
Oct. 25. Leftl902. 1 Steel 

In business in Berlin 1902-04. Home address, as above. 

Lester, Ralph, third son of Rev. John Moore Lester (o.R. 1865), Vicarage, 
Shifnal, aged 13, Feb. 28. Left 1903 2 Steel 

At Keble College, Oxford, from October, 1903. 

Raley, William Henry George, eldest son of William Emsley Raley, Esq., 
Darley Hall, Barnsley, aged 13, May 3. Left 1903. 1 Steel 

Articled to a Solicitor. Home address, as above. 

Anderson, Stuart Knox, eldest son of George Knox Anderson, Esq., 
Hollywood, Rochester, aged 14, March 8. Left 1902.* Brooke 

XI. 1900, 1901, 1902. Queen's College, Oxford, from October, 1902. 

Beavan, John Franklin, only son of the late Jeffrey Beavan, Esq., 6, Ullet 
Road. Liverpool, aged 14, February 8. Left, 1901. 2 Brooke 

In business in Liverpool. Of 12, Ullet Road, Liverpool. 

Campbell, Torquil Lome, second son of Colonel Duncan Campbell, Inver- 
neill, Ardrishaig, Argyle, aged 13, April 6. Left 1901. 2 Brooke 

Dalton, Basil Imlay, elder son of Witton Dalton, Esq., Sheffield Bank, 
Gainsborough, aged 16, January 3. Left 1901. 2 Brooke 

Scholar 1893. Scholar of Hertford College, Oxford, 1901. 

Hough, Owen Vernon Lacy, elder son of Alfred Lacy Hough, Esq., Akyab, 
Burma, aged 15, July 17. Left 1899. 3 Brooke 

Studied in Hanover. In the Bombay and Burma Corporation. Home address, 
Eyarsh Place, West Mailing, Kent. 

Edwards, Walter Mansel, eldest son of Major Eustace Gresley Edwards, 
The Elms, Wincanton, Somerset, aged 13, February 17. Left 
1902.* Stallard 

Scholar 1898. Woolwich 1902. Home address, 61, Clifton Park Road, Clifton, 
Bristol. 

Haggle, Oswald Sinclair, younger son of Peter Sinclair Haggie, Esq., 
Whitburn, Sunderland, aged 13, November 16 Left 1901. 3 Stallard 

Longmore, Philip Elton, elder son of Charles Elton Longmore, Esq., 
Porthill House, Hertford, aged 13, October 13. Leftl902. 2 Stallard 
Exeter College, Oxford, from October, 1903. Home address, as above. 

Politzer, Herbert Edwin, only son of Joseph Roderick Politzer, Esq., 
35, Fitzjohns Avenue, London, aged 13, December 11. Left 
1901. 3 Stallard 

Address, as above. 

Willes, George Chicheley, elder son of Rev. George Willes, Ellel Vicarage, 
Lancaster, aged 13, March 28. Left 190 1. 3 Stallard 

Address, as above. 

Bnllivant, Eitchie Pelham, elder son of William Pelham Bullivant, Esq., 
24, Palace Court, Bayswater Hill, London, aged 14, June 25. 
Left 1902.* Payne Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, from October, 1903. Home address, 7, Bays- 
water Hill, London, W. 

Butcher, Arthur Douglas Deane, second son of William Deane Butcher, 
Esq , Holyrood, Baling, London, aged 14, July 16. Left 
1903.* Payne Smith 

Scholar 1898. XV. 1901, 1902.* Scholar of Christ's College, Cambridge, 1903. 
Home address, as above. 



James, 1898. 259 



Cunliffe, Harold Hastilow, son of William Joseph CunlifEe. Esq., Hatton 
Fold, Brooklands, Manchester, aged 13, February 18. Left 
1903. 3 Payne Smith 

Edgar, Robert Gerald, only son of Robert Ashburn Edgar, Esq., Seymour 
Lodge, Heaton Moor, Stockport, aged 13, May 10. Left 

1904. 1 Payne Smith 

Heberden, Henry William, second son of Rev. Henry Buller Heberden, 
Esq., Oddington Rectory, Stow-on the-Wold, aged 13, February 
24. Left 1903. 2 Payne Smith 

At Corpus Christ! College, Oxford, from October, 1903. 

Negus, Robert Bssington, eldest son of Thomas Addison Negus, 
Esq., Shenstone Lodge, Lichfield, aged 14, May 4. Left 
1901.* Payne Smith 

VIII. 1901. 

Preston, Ivor Kerrison, only son of Donald William Preston, Esq., Penryn, 
Bournemouth, aged 14, May 21. Left 1902. 8 Payne Smith 

Articled to a Solicitor 1902. Address, as above. 

Sankey, Geoffrey Charles, elder son of Charles Sankey, Esq., West Hill, 
Harrow, aged 14. April 28. Left 1903. 2 Payne Smith 

Scholar 1898. Scholar of Queen's College, Oxford, 1903. 

Cadle, Lawrence Miles, elder son of Charles Ernest Cadle, Esq., I, Pimlico, 
Durham, aged 13, March 16. Left 1900. 3 Dickinson Stallard 
At Pembroke College, Oxford, from October, 1903. 

Curtis-Hayward, Charles Miles, son of Arthur Cecil Curtis- Hay ward, Esq., 
Didcombe, Lay ton Avenue, Sydenham, aged 14, June 2. Left 
1901.' School 

Ogle, Christopher, elder son of William Slingsby Ogle, Esq., Delville, 
Reigate, aged 13, December 25 Left 1902. 2 Donkin 

At Exeter College, Oxford, from October, 1902. 

Blaikie, Thomas Hugh Conolly, only son of the late Thomas Blaikie, Esq., 
Dray ton Gardens, South Kensington, London, aged 14, August 1. 
Left 1903.2 Whitelaw 

VIII. 1902. University College, Oxford, from October, 1903. Home address, 14, 
Cornwall Gardens, London, S.W. 

Ewiug, John Ludwic Stewart, younger son of Colonel John Ewing, 
Stroquhan, Dumfries, aged 13, May 21. Left 1903. 2 Stallard 

VIII. 1902. 

Roffe, Charles Geoffrey, only son of the late Rev. Alfred Augustus Roffe, 
Wingates Vicarage, Bolton, Lancashire, aged 14, August 30. 
Leftl902. s Whitelaw 

Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Beattie, Ivor Hamilton, only son of William Hamilton Beattie, Esq., 13, 
Douglas Crescent, Edinburgh, aged 12, November 23. Left 

1904. 2 School 

Scholar of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1904. 

Bond, Alfred Dalton, eldest son of George Alfred Bond, Esq., The Grove 
Barnsley, aged 14, November 7. Left 1901.* Town* 

Crawshaw, John Charlesworth, only son of Charles Brooke Crawshaw, 
Esq., Dewsbury, aged 14, September 22. Left 1901. 3 Stallard 
VIII. 1901. Address, Rufford Lodge, Dewsbury. 

Don, Alan Campbell, second son of Robert Bogle Don, Esq., The Lodge, 
Broughty Ferry, N.B., aged 13, Jan. 3. Left 1903. a Whitelaw 
XI. 1902, 1903. Magdalen College, Oxford, from October, 1903. Home address, 
as above. 



260 James*1898. 



Pearson, Wilfred John, third son of Charles Fellows Pearson, Esq., 
Redington Lodge, Hampstead, London, aged 14, June 23. 
Left 1903. 9 Collins 

XI. 1903. University College, Oxford, from October, 1903. Home address, as 
above. 

Welch, John, elder son of William Gibbins Welch, Esq., Forton Lodge, 
Garstang, aged 13, October 8. Left 1903. 1 Whitelaw 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Home address, Hampson, Lancaster. 

Wallis- Wilson, Eric, fourth son of Robert Bedford Wallis-Wilson, Esq., 
(OR. 1859), Newbold Beeches, Leamington, aged 13, November 28. 
Leftl902. 8 Whitelaw 

At St. John's College, Oxford, from Michaelmas, 1903. 

Attenborough, James, eldest son of Stanley James Attenborough, Esq., 
Clifton, Park Road, Watford, aged 14, Aug. 7. Left 190 1. 8 Collins 

Cobb, Francis Arthur, son of Francis Marsden Cobb, Esq., Bank House, 
Margate, aged 14, July 24. Left 1901. 3 Collins 

Cassels, John Hugh Houston, elder son of John Houston Cassels, Esq., 
Sandyhills, Shettlestone, Lanarkshire, aged 14, October 27. 
Left 1901. 1 Collins 

Mechanical Engineering Pupil 1901. Address, as above. 

Cooke, Alf, third son of Alf Cooke, Esq., Weetwood Hall, Leeds, aged 13, 
February 8. Left 1903. 1 Collins 

Address, as above. 

Maclaren, Malcolm, third son of Roderick Maclaren, Esq., 23, Portland 
Square, Carlisle, aged 14, April 3. Left 1900. 1 Collins 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Home address, as above. 

Batchelor, Tremlett Brewer, only son of Frank Isaac Batchelor, Esq., 
Hopwood, Alvechurch, aged 14, June 22. Left 1903. 8 Donkin 

XV. 1902. University College, Oxford, from October, 1903. 

Shennan, Hubert Bromfield, second son of Joseph Shennan, Esq., Roselee, 
Christchurch Avenue, Brondesbury, London, aged 14, March 18. 
Left 1900. 8 Donkin 

Address, as above. 

Adams, John Goold, only son of Rev. Canon John Michael Goold Adams, 
Rossdowney Vicarage, Londonderry, aged 14, October 10. Left 
1900. 1 School 

Sandhurst 1901. Gazetted to the Leiuster Regiment 1903. Pretoria 1904. 

Amphlett, Edward Paul Charlton, only son of Edward Greenhill Amphlett, 
Esq. (O.K. 1867), 3, Union Place, Worthing, aged 13, March 23. 
Left 1899. 1 School 

Went to Clifton College. Sandhurst 1903. 

Crawley-Boevey, Leslie, younger son of the late James Henry Crawley- 
Boevey, Esq., 18, Nevern Square, Kensington, aged 14, Sept. 17. 
Leftl900. 3 School 

An Engineer and Surveyor. Address, 20, Harrington Gardens, London, S.W. 

Daniel, Illtyd Arthur Evan, only son of Rev. Canon Evan Daniel, Horsham 
Vicarage, Sussex, aged 14, June 18. Left 1903. 8 School 

VIII. 1902, 1903. At Trinity College, Oxford, from Michaelmas 1903. 

Field, Mark Gwendwr, second son of Henry Field, Esq., (O.K. 1867), The 
Quarry, Leamington, aged 13, December 2. Left 1903. 8 School 

XV. 1901, 1902. Trinity College, Oxford, October, 1903. 



James, 1899. 261 



Hammond, Arthur Edward, second son of Henry Halbury Hammond, Esq., 
Valparaiso House, Sefton Park, Liverpool, aged 13, Nov. 21. 
Left 1902.' School 

In business in Liverpool. Address, as above. 

Ritson, Robert, only son of Thomas Smith Ritson, Esq., Ridgemount, 
Maryyort, Cumberland, aged 14, Sept. 6. Left 1902. 1 School 

Address, as above. 

Spens, Hugh Baird, second son of John Alexander Spens, Esq., Kippen- 

davie Lodge, Dunblane, aged 13, Jan. 1. Left 1904. 2 School 

Scholar 1898. Head of the School. Scholar of King's College, Cambridge, 1904. 

Wheatcroft, Cyril John, fourth son of George Hanson Wheatcroft, Esq., 
Waltham House, Wirksworth, aged 13, Nov. 18. Left 1903 2 School 

Merton College, Oxford, from October, 1903. Home address, as above. 

Whinyates, Guy, elder son of Rev. Edward Henry Whinyates, Esq., (o.R. 
1851), Fretherne Rectory, Stonehouse, aged 14, Jan. 18. Left 
1902. 1 School 

Christ Church, Oxford, from October, 1902. Home address, as above. 

Whinyates, Ralph, younger son of the above Rev. Edward Henry W hin- 
yates, aged 13, July 12. Left 190 1. 2 School 

Sandhurst 1903. Home address, as above. 

Brown, Eric Carmichael, third son of the late Col. Francis David Millett 
Brown, Sandown, Isle of Wight, aged 13, Jan. 17. Left 1903. 2 Town 
Woolwich 1902. Home address, The Homestead, Crowthorne, Berkshire. 

Morris Davies, Cyril Thomas, fourth son of Morris Davies, Esq. (O.R. 1857), 
Troy House, Rugby, aged 13, Oct. 15. Left 1902. 2 Town 

In a Stockbroker's Office in Birmingham. Home address, as above. 

Stubbs, Thomas Shaney Dugdale, son of Thomas Dugdale Stubbs, Esq., 
52, Hillmorton Road, Rugby, aged 14, Aug. 30. Left 1899. 2 Town 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1899. 

Dewar, John, only son of John Alexander Dewar, Esq., Balcraig, Perth, 
aged 13, March 17. Left 1903. 2 School 

McCowan, Robert David, fourth son of William McCowan, Esq., Roseneath, 
Whitehaven, Cumberland, aged 13, May 6. Left 1902. 1 School 

Address, as above. 

Ormerod, Henry Arderne, third son of Joseph Arderne Ormerod, Esq., 
M.D. (O.R. 1862), 25, Upper Wimpole Street, London, aged 12, 
March 16. School 

Scholar 1900. 

Filter, Robert, elder son of Robert Filter, Esq , 176, Avenue de Neuilly, 
Neuilly sur Seine, France, aged 14, Aug. 14. Left 1903.* School 

Address, as above. 

Steward, Arthur Eric Willoughby, only son of Arthur Bennett Steward, 
Esq., (O.R. 1861), Ensham, Eastbourne, aged 13, April 23. 
Left 1902. 8 School 

Address, as above. 

Duncan, David Rosa, second son of John Duncan, Esq., Llandough, Cardiff, 
aged 14, September 13. Left 1899. 3 Donkin 



262 James, 1899. 



Hartley, George Rathbone Addison, elder son of the Rev. Rathbone 
Hartley, Simpson Hill, Hey wood, Manchester, aged 14, Dec. 15. 
Left 1903. 8 Donkin 

University College, Oxford, from October, 1903. Home address, as above. 
Smyth, Robert, elder son of Colonel James Smyth, Gaybrook, Mullingar, 
Ireland, aged 13, February 19. Left 1902. 3 Collins 

Address, as above. 

Garrod-Thomas, Richard Noel, only son of Abraham Garrod-Thomas.Esq., 
M.D., Cardigan House, Newport, Monmouthshire, aged 14. Dec. 
15. Leftl903. a Michell 

Minor Exhibitioner 1903. Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford, 1903. 

Stanning, Charles Gordon, youngest son of John Stanning, Esq., (o.R. 
1856), Leyland Preston, aged 13, Feb. 26. Left 1902. 3 Michell 
Trinity College, Cambridge. Home address, as above. 

Herbert, Gerald Oscar, younger son of William Henry Herbert, Esq., 
Fairhill, Coventry, aged 14, February 18. Left 1901. 2 Steel 

Address, The Grange, Coventry. 

Lanyon, Louis Frank, third son of Louis Mortimer Lanyon, Esq., Belmont 
Villa Dnndrum. Ireland, aged 13, May 26. Left 1903. 2 Steel 

Pawle, John, second son of George Strachan Pawle, Esq., Widford, Ware, 
Herts, aged 14, August 19. Left 1900. 8 Steel 

Went to Haileybury College 1900. Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Henderson, John Wishart, eldest son of John Henderson, Esq., Oakdene, 
Beckenham, aged 14-, February 3. Left 1901. 8 Brooke 

Light, James Corbett, only son of James Barclay Light, Esq., Riversdale, 
Waterloo, Liverpool, aged 14, June 19. Left 1901 l Brooke 

In the Shipping Trade. Of 3, Alexandra Drive, Sefton Park, Liverpool. 

Short, Alfred Gordon, fifth son of John Young Short, Esq., Ashbrooke 
Hall, Sunderland, aged 14, September 25 Left 1901.* Brooke 

Worthington, Samuel, only son of Samuel Worthington Worthington, 
ttsq. (O.K. 1863), Carperby, Outram Road, Addiscombe, Surrey, 
aged 14, March 24. Left 1902 > Brooke 

Oriel College, Oxford, from October, 1903. Home address, as above. 

Miller, Roland Bryce, third son of the late Bryce Alan Miller, Esq., 
18, Queen's Gate Gardens, London, aged 13, Aug. 8. Left 
1899. 2 Stallard 

Oke, Robert William Leslie, only son of Alfred William Oke, Esq., 8, 
Cumberland Place, Southampton, aged 14, Feb. 12. Left 
1900 3 Stallard 

Swayne, Henry Ashton Hornby, elder son of William Henry Swayne, 
Esq., Haslemere, West Marlands, Southampton, aged 14, April 
26. Left 1900. 3 Stallard 

Articled to a Chartered Accountant. Address, as above. 

Anderson, Desmond Francis, only son of Frank Herbert Anderson, Esq., 
Plumley, Bovey Tracy, South Devon, aged 13, July 5. Left 
1903.' Payne Smith 

Address, as above. 

Duthy, George Walter, only son of John Walter Brand Duthy, Esq., 
Cronberg, Arterberry Road, Wimbledon, aged 13, May 24. Left 
1903.* Payne Smith 

Royal Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill, 1903. Home address, Islip 
Grange, Thrapston, Northants. 



James, 1899. 263 



Ellis, Henry Radcliffe, third son of Thomas Radcliffe Ellis, Esq., The 
Hollies, Wigan, aged 13, April 8. Left 1903.* Payne Smith 

Articled to a Solicitor 1903. Address, as above. 

Nicholson, Guy, second son of Hugh Nicholson, Esq., Sutton Hall, Little 
Sutton, Cheshire, aged 14. Nov. 5. Left 1902.* Payne Smith 

A Mining Engineer. Address, as above. 

Young, Edmund Turner, elder son of Col. Thomas Pilkington Young, 
Wallfield. Stand, Manchester, aged 14, August 26. Left 

1902. 2 Payne Smjth 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Home address, The Mount, Marple, Cheshire. 

Carritt, Hugh Blayson, eldest son of Thomas Carritt, Esq., College View, 
Alleyn Park, West Dulwich, aged 13, Aug. 2. Left 1902. 3 Miohell 

In business. Address, Arden, College Road, Dulwich. 

Soutliam, Eric George, elder son of Frederic Armitage Southam, Esq. 
(O.K. 1866), Highlea, Nelson Steet, Manchester, aged 14, May 24. 
Left 1903. 2 Payne Smith 

Christ Church, Oxford, from Michaelmas, 1903. 

Witts, John Travell, third son of Rev. Francis Edward Broome Witts 
(O.R. 1853), Upper Slaughter Manor, Bourton-on-the- Water, aged 
13, Sept 13. Left 1902* Donkin 

Dickinson, James, younger son of John Dickinson, Esq., 21, Greenhays 
Road, Liverpool, aged 13, Feb. 18. Left 1903.* Whitelaw 

Middleton, Alfred, younger son of John Shearer Middleton, Esq., Cada- 
maney, Saklaspur, Hassan District, S. India aged 14, Feb. 8. 
Left 1901. 1 Stallard 

Spittle, Thomas Stanley, elder son of Thomas Spittle, Esq., Cambrian 
House, Maindee, Newport, Mon., aged 14, May 16. Left 
1902 s Stallard 

Address, as above. 

Wilkinson, Cecil Spencer, seventh son of William Wilkinson, Esq., New- 
townards, Cholmeley Park, Highgate, London, aged 14, Dec. 1. 
Left 1902.* Stallard 

In the Alliance Assurance Co. from 1902. 

Bush, Raymon Wheler Gordon, second son of the late Francis Evans 
Bush, Esq., Rugby, aged 13, March 30. Left 1902* Town 

In the Office of the British and South African Export Gazette. Address, 22, 
Bath Road, Hedford Park, London, W. 

Morse, Lionel Henry, only son of Col. Henry Charles Morse, 3, Arnold 
Villas, Rugby, aged 13, Sept. 12. Left 1903 3 Town Whitelaw 
Sandhurst 1904. Home address, 28, Hove Park Villas, Hove, Sussex. 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1899. 

Bateson, Cecil William, only son of Harold Dingwall Bateson, Esq. (OR. 
1869), Ashleigh, Woolton, Liverpool, aged 14, February 25. 
Left 1903.* School 

Articled to a Solicitor. Address, as above. 

Hyde, Henry Armroid, only son of Henry Thomas Hyde, Esq. (o.R. 1867), 
Bar Library, High Court, Calcutta, aged 14, January 17. Left 

1902. 3 Donkin 

Learning Engineering. Address, Woodslee, Canonbie, N.B. 



264 James, 1899. 



Hutchinson, William Henry Heap, eldest son of William Henry Heap 
Hutchinson, Esq. (O.K. 1864), Cottingham, Hull, aged 13, Sept 11. 
Left 1903. 1 Donkin 

Brasenose College, Oxford, from October, 1903. 

Kelson, Dudley, only son of Thomas James Nelson, Esq., 1, Botanical 
Avenue, Old Trafford, Manchester, aged 14, March 6. Left 
1901. 1 Collins 

Symonds, Henry Herbert, only son of Henry Symonds, Esq., (o.R. 1872), 
30, Bolton Gardens, South Kensington, London, aged 14, Feb. 4. 
Left 1904. 2 Steel 

Scholar of Oriel College, Oxford, 1904. 

Todd, George Hall, eldest son of George Todd, Esq., Preston Lea, Abbey 
Wood, Kent, aged 14, September 8. Left 1902 2 Steel 

King's College, London, from October, 1902. Address, as above. 

de Fonblanque, Philip, elder son of Lester Ramsay de Fonblanque, Esq., 
22, Upper Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, aged 13, November 16. 
Left 1902. 8 Brooke 

Woolwich 1903. Home address, Barton Hatch, Horsell, Surrey. 

Layard, Charles Peter Julius, eldest son of Charles Peter Layard, Esq., 
afterwards Knight, Attorney-General of Ceylon, Colombo, aged 14, 
January 14. Leftl902 2 Brooke 

Woolwich 1903. Home address, Belmont, Church Road, Richmond, Surrey. 

Snowden, Arthur Owen, elder son of the Rev. Harcourt Charles Vaux 
Snowden, Esq., St. Peter's, Broadstairs, aged 13, May 7. Left 
1903. 9 Brooke 

XI. 1901, 1902, 1903. Address, Hildersham House, St. Peter's, Kent. 

Thompson, Leslie Collingwood, eldest son of the late William Thompson, 
Esq., 42, Chiswell Street, London, aged 14, January 26. Left 
1902. 1 Brooke 

Address, St. Peter's Road, South Croydon, Surrey. 

Bray, Eustace Arthur, younger son of Arthur Bray, Esq., The Hermitage, 
Walton Heath, Epsom, aged 14, August 6. Left 1902.' Stallard 
Sandhurst 1902. Gazetted to the Bast Yorkshire Regiment 1903. Home address, 
as above. 

Park, James Allan, only son of Major Cecil William Park, Jullundar, Punjab, 
India, aged 13, June 24. Left 1901. Payne Smith 

Address, 9, Victoria Park, Dover. 

Robertson, Wheatley Alexander, second son of Colonel Wheatley 
Robertson, Hollyhurst, East Liss, Hants, aged 13, August 4. 
Left 1 903. 2 Payne Smith 

R.I.E. College, Cooper's Hill, 1904. 

Goslett, Raymond Gwynne, fourth son of Edward Maynard William 
Goslett, Esq., Lime Place, Stanmore, Middlesex, aged 13, Sept. 21. 
Leftl903 2 Dewar 

Address, as above. 

Thacker, Dudley Hewitt, fourth son of Samuel John Thacker, Esq., 
Rottingdean, Brighton, aged 14. March 9. Left 1902. 1 Whitelaw 
Royal School of Mines, South Kensington, 1903. Address, 22, Montague Street, 
Russell Square, London, W.C. 

Draper, Alick Darby, younger son of Henry Montagu Draper, Esq., 

(O.K. 1858), Lockers Park, Hemel Hempstead, aged 15, February 

24. Left 1901.2 Whitelaw 

Engineering Pupil and Yorkshire College, Leeds. Home address, 74a, Lezham 

Gardens, Kensington, London, W, 



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Matthyssens, Robert Walter, third son of Alexander Matthyssens, Esq., 
4, Avenue de la Bourdonnais, Paris, aged 14, July 22. Left 
1900.* Stallard 

Herbert, Percy Mark, second son of General the Hon. William Henry 
Herbert, Prestfelde, Shrewsbury, aged 14, April 24. Collins 

Pferdmenges, Paul Hermann, second son of Friedrich Wilhelm Pferd- 
menges, Esq., 4, Livingstone Drive, Liverpool, aged 14, Dec. 29. 
Left 1902.2 Brooke 

In a Mercantile Office at Bremen, Germany. 

Lamb, John Singleton, elder son of Hubert Lamb, Esq., Melbourne House, 
Rugby, aged 13, May 13. Left 1901. 3 Town 

At Persse School, Cambridge, 1902. Articled to a Solicitor 1903. Address, 6, New 
Street, York. 

Macaulay, Donald, younger son of the late Colin Alexander Macaulay, 
Esq. (O.K. 1849), Rhyl, and Lismore, Clifton Road, Rugby, aged 
15, April 19. Left1903. 3 Town 

Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge, 1902. Home address, as above. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1899. 

Bowring, Harvey, fifth son of the late George Edward Bowring, Esq., 
Saxonbury, Upper Long Ditton,aged 14, July 7. Left 1903. 3 School 

XI. 1901, 1902. XV. 1901, 1902, 1903. 

Browne, Harold Thomas Thirlwall Gore, only son of Rev. Thirlwall Gore 
Browne, (O.K. 1864), Fareham Vicarage, Hants, aged 13, Jan. 27. 
Left 1903. 9 School 

XV. 1902. Trinity College, Cambridge, 1904. Home address, Fawley Rectory, 
Southampton. 

Cunningham, James Cyril, eldest son of Dawson Cunningham, Esq., 
Eddesbury, West Derby, Liverpool, aged 14, July 22. Left 
1903. 2 School 

In the Cotton business. Address, as above. 

Pranklyn, Harold Edmund, elder son of Col. William Edmund Franklyn 
(O.K. 1870), Yorks Regiment, aged 13, Nov. 28. Left 1903. 3 School 

Sandhurst 1904. 

Garrett, Henry Fawcett, second son of Samuel Garrett, Esq., (O.K. 1865), 
13, Nottingham Place, London, aged 13, Nov. 13. Left 1904. 2 School 
XV. 1903. Scholar of Pembroke College, Cambridge. 

Gordon, Cosmo Alexander, only son of Arthur John Lewis Gordon, Esq., 
C.M.G., Elton Castle, Aberdeenshire, aged 13, June 13. Left 
19042 School 

King s College, Cambridge. 

Kirwan, Cecil Hastings, only son of Arthur William Blacker Kirwan, 
Esq., 14, Dean Park Crescent, Edinburgh, aged 14, September 20. 
Leftl901. 8 School 

Knox, Wilfred Lawrence, third son of the Bishop of Coventry, afterwards 
Lord Bishop of Manchester, St. Philip's Rectory, Birmingham, 
aged 13, May 21. School 

Lyle, Philip, elder son of John Lyle, Esq., Penmon, Weybridge, aged 13, 
November 26. Left 190 1. 2 School 

Studied abroad. At University College, London, 1903. Address, Finnart House, 
Weybridge, Surrey. 

Meredith, Arthur Elsdale, eldest son of Samuel Redhead Meredith, Esq., 
The Cottage, Bramley, Leeds, aged 13, Nov. 30. Left 1904. 2 School 

University College, Oxford. 
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266 James, 1899. 



Spens, William Patrick, elder son of Nathaniel Spens, Esq., 13, Queen's 
Gate Terrace, London, aged 14, August 9. Left 1903. 3 School 

Scholar 1899. New College, Oxford, 1904. 

Townsend, Thomas Ainsworth, only son of Thomas Sutton Townsend, Esq., 
(O.K. 1858), Clifton Manor, Rugby, aged 13, March 4. School 

Warner, Christopher Brooks, younger son of Edward Handley Warner, 
Esq., (O.R. 1864), Quorn Hall, Loughborough, aged 14, June 15. 
Left 1901. 3 School 

Evelegh, Rosslyn Ourzon, elder son of Major Frederick John Evelegh, 
Oxfordshire Light Infantry, aged 14, May 13. Left 1902.* Whifcelaw 

Sandhurst 1902. Gazetted to the Oxfordshire Light Infantry 1903. 

Gray, James Neville, younger son of James Gray. Esq., (O.R. 1870), 
1, Yanbrugh Park Road, Blackheath, London, aged 14, 
April 17. Left 1904. 8 Whitelaw 

University College, Oxford. 

Eidd, Edward Aubrey, second son of Walter Kidd, Esq., M.D., 12, Mont- 
pelier Row, Blackheath, London, aged 14, September 27. Left 
1902. 2 Whitelaw 

In the Timber Trade. Address, as above. 

Norris, Francis Edward Boshear, only son of Francis Boshear Norris, Esq., 
Hill View, Ryde's Hill, Guildford, Surrey, aged 14, May 17. Left 

1902. 1 Whitelaw 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Home address, as above. 

Procter, Geoffrey Cecil, elder son of Christopher William Cecil Procter, 
Esq., (O.K. 1867), 8, Fellows Road, Hampstead, London, aged 14. 
January 24. Left 1903. 1 Whitelaw 

A Chartered Accountant. Address, as above. 

Behrens, Edgar Charles, third son of Gustav Behrens, Esq., Holly Royde, 
Withington, Manchester, aged 14, May 13. Left 1903. 2 Donkin 
In business from September, 1903. Of Colliergate, Bradford, Yorks. 

Graham, Francis Noel, third son of James George Collins Graham, Esq., 
Whitley, Coventry, aged 14, December 31. Left 1902. 1 Donkin 

In a Merchant's Office from 1902. Address, as above. 

O'Hanlon, Geoffrey, fifth son of William O' Hanlon, Esq., Bowdon, Cheshire, 
aged 14, August 2. Left 1904. 2 Donkin 

Scholar of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1904. 

Stirling", Archibald, only son of James Stirling, Esq., (o.u. 1859), Garden, 
Port of Menteith, N.B., aged 13, November 29. Left 1903. 1 Donkin 
Address, as above. 

Waterlow, Clive Maitland, elder son of David Sydney Waterlow, Esq., 
The Thorns, Northwood, Rickmans worth, aged 14, September 9. 
Left 1902. 3 Donkin 

Woolwich 1903. Home address, as above. 

Toller, Edward Northcote, only son of Edward Paul Toller, Esq., The 
Orossways, Kettering, aged 14, June 13. Left 1903. 3 Donkin 
Address, as above. 

Weber, Henry Guy, elder son of Henry Frederick George Weber, Esq., 
10, Cavendish Square, London, aged 13, November 5. Left 

1903. 2 Donkin 

Clare College, Cambridge, from October, 1903. Home address, as above. 



James^l899. 267 



Bischoff, Thomas Hume, fourth son of Thomas William Bischoff, Esq., 
(O.K. 1858), Upper Long Ditton, Surrey, aged 13, January 9. Left 
1904. 2 Collins 

Trinity College, Oxford. 

Bendy, Murray Heathfield, eldest son of Charles Heathfield Bendy, Esq., 
(O.K. 1867), Crofton Court, Orpington, Kent, aged 13, November 

12, Left 1902. 3 Collins 

Address, Coleshill House, Amersham, Bucks. 

Morrell, Harold George, third son of Charles Morrell, Esq., (O.R. 1857), 
Milton Hill, Steventon, aged 13, November 19. Left 1904. 2 Collins 

Sandhurst 1904. 

Farrant, Melvil, second son of Lieut.-Col. Henry Cecil Binstead Farrant, 
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment aged 14, July 23. Left 
1903. 2 Michell 

Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Jennens, Keith, second son of William Jennens, Esq., Rainthorpe, West- 
field Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, aged 14, April 8. Left 
1900. 8 Michell 

In business. Address, as above. 

Joynson, William, eldest son of Edward Walter Joynson, Esq., (O.R. 1855), 
Dunham House, Altrincham, Cheshire, aged 13, April 29. Left 
1904.' Michell 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1904. 

Morgan, Llewellyn Hees, eldest son of Rees Powell Morgan, Esq., 
(O.R. 1858), Brynhypyd, Neath, aged 14, October 20. Left 
1902. 8 Michell 

Articled to a Solicitor. Address, as above. 

Moss, Geoffrey Cecil Gilbert, only son of the late Captain Gilbert Moss, 
Dorsetshire Regiment, 19, Victoria Street, London, S.W., aged 

13, December 11. Left 1900 . 3 Michell 
Sandhurst 1904. Home address, The Beach, Aigburth. 

Powell, Kenneth, second son of James Powell, Esq., Ivanhoe, Reigate, 
aged 14, April 8. Left 1904. 1 Michell 

XV. 1902, 1903. Racquets 1903, 1904. King's College, Cambridge. 

Stone, Charles Graham, only son of Colonel John Graham Stone, R.A., 
St. Giles, Maidstone Road, Rochester, aged 13, March 15. Michell 

Scholar 1899. 

Bickersteth, Kenneth Julian Faithfull, third son of the Rev. Samuel 
Bickersteth, Vicarage, Lewisham, aged 14, July 5. Left 1904. 1 Steel 
XV. 1903. Christ Church, Oxford, 1904. 

Chittick, Hubert Stanley, only son of Charles Chittick, Esq. ,63, Shooters' 
Hill Road, Blackheath, aged 14, June 6. Left 1904. 2 Steel 

Scholar 1899. VIII. 1904. Scholar of Caius College, Cambridge, 1904. 

Clarke* Edward Montagu Campbell, younger son of Colonel Tredway 
George Clarke, Meriden, Bath, aged 13, Nov. 20. Left 1903. 2 Steel 
Woolwich 1904. 

Collin, Francis Spencer, elder son of Edward Woodville Collin, Esq., 5, 
Strathmore Gardens, Kensington, London, aged 14, August 5. 
Left 1903. 2 Steel 

Woolwich 1904. 

Field, John, younger son of John Field, Esq., The Hollies, Rochdale, aged 

14, May 6. Left 1902.' Steel 



268 James, 1899. 



Knyvett, Carey Frederick, elder son of Seymour Henry Knyvetfc, Esq., 
(O.H. 1864), Metchley Cottage, Edgbaston, Birmingham, aged 13, 
October 13. Left 1904. 2 Steel 

Trinity College, Oxford. 

Maude, Alan fiamer, elder son of Edmund Maude, Esq., (O.R. 1869), 11. 
Broadlands Road, Highgate, aged 14, Aug. 18. Left 1904. 8 Steel 
Scholar 1899. VIII. 1903, 1904. Scholar of Oriel College, Oxford, 1904. 

Nye. Reginald Rayner, fifth son of Edwin Nye, Esq., Swainsthorpe, Ditton 
Hill, Surrey, aged 13, April 1. Left 1903. 3 Steel 

Ruault, Claude Edwyn, only son of John Ruault, Esq., The End House, 
Woodridings, Pinner, aged 14, July 20. Left 1904. 2 Steel 

XI. 1904. Sandhurst. 

Rutherfurd, Henry George Gordon, elder son of the Rev. Henry Rutherfurd, 
Redclyffe, Torquay, aged 14, September 13. Lefc 1902. 1 Steel 
Went to Sherborne School 1902. Queen's College, Cambridge. 

Webb, Cecil Dunstan, only son of Warwick Webb, Esq., Etchingham, 
Bromley, Kent, aged 14, September 28. Left 1904. 2 Steel 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford. 

Lister-Kaye, George Lister, son of Charles Wilkinson Lister-Kaye, 
Esq., Osberton, Worksop, aged 14, March 19. Left 1902. 2 Brooke 

Downton Agricultural College, Salisbury. 

Meiklejolm, Kenneth Forbes, second son of Lieut.-Colonel John Forbes 
Meiklejohn, 129, Ashley Gardens, Westminster, London, aged 14, 
June 18. Left 1902. 2 Brooke 

Sandhurst 1902-03. Address, as above. 

Nickols, Noel Fraser, third son of Harold Nickols, Esq., Sandford House, 
Kirkstall, Leeds, aged 13, December 26. Left 1902. 3 Brooke 

In business from January, 1903. Address, as above. 

Robson, Basil Alexander, son of John Robson, Esq., M.D., Englewood, 
Rock Ferry, Cheshire, aged 14, October 6. Left 1901. 8 Brooke 

In business at Liverpool. Address, as above. 

Ross, John Estcourt Creswell, son of the Rev. Frederick John Ross, 
Staunton Rectory, Nottingham, aged 13, January 26. Brooke 

Archer, Charles William, only son of John William Archer, Esq., Gledhow 
Mount, Harehills Lane, Leeds, aged 14, Jan. 18. Leftl901. 3 Stallard 

Trinity College, Cambridge, from October, 1903. Home address, Windlesham, 
Braidley Road, Bournemouth. 

Bishop, Harry Coghill Watson, second son of James Watson Bishop, Esq., 
Oulton House, Stone, Staffs, aged 14, April 15. Left 1903. 2 Stallard 

Scholar 1899. Dalton Scholarship at Owen's College, Manchester, 1903. Home 
address, as above. 

Drummond, Norman Maurice, eldest son of Charles Henry Drummond, 
Esq., Birk Lea, Harrogate, aged 13, December 25. Stallard 

Died at School 21st February, 1902. 

Mitchell, Godfrey William, second son of William Mitchell, Esq., Chats- 
worth Square, Carlisle, aged 14, March 26. Left 1903. 1 Stallard 

Clare College, Cambridge, Medical Course. Home address, as above. 

Roberts, Geoffrey Darling, younger son of Charles Tanner Kingdom 
Roberts, Esq., Fairhill, Exeter, aged 13, August 27. Stallard 

XV. 1903. 



James, 1899. 269 



Watson, Herbert Sanderson, youngest son of the late Robert Lowson 
Watson, Esq., 5, Clarendon Terrace, Dundee, aged 14, October 21. 
Left 1903. 1 Stallard 

Address, as above. 

Chadwick, Rohan Mackenzie, fourth son of Joseph Chadwick, Esq., 
Bidston Bill, Birkenhead, aged 14, September 11. Left 
1904.* Payne Smith 

XI. 1902, 1903, 1904. Trinity College, Oxford. 

Cobb, John Mansfield, fourth son of Herbert Mansfield Cobb, Esq., (O.K. 
1868), Mockbeggar, Higham, Kent, aged 13, February 3. Left 
1903. 2 Payne Smith 

Address, as above. 

Frith, William Robert, second son of Rev. William Robert Frith, Swyn- 
nerton Rectory, Stone, Staffs, aged 13, November 25. Left 

1904. 2 Payne Smith 
Scholar 1899. XV. 1903. Scholar of Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1904. 

Hellawell, Henry Swindells, second son of Thomas Hellawell, Esq., Heath 
Villa, Brooklauds, Manchester, aged 13, October 27. Left 
1903. 8 Payne Smith 

In business in Manchester. Address, Eversley, Brooklands. 

Milnes, Charlton, only son of Edwin Milnes, Esq., 15, Alfred Road, 
Birkenhead, aged 14, November 16. Left 1902. 2 Payne Smith 
Articled to a Surveyor and Land Agent 1903. Address, 57, Hamilton Square, 
Birkenhead. 

Fickard, Jocelyn Arthur Adair, only son of Rev. Henry Adair Pickard, 
(O.R. 1844), Airedale, Oxford, aged 14, July 23. Left 

1902. 3 Payne Smith 

Scholar 1899. Woolwich 1903. Home address, as above. 

Walford, Alexander Ellis, third son of the late Lieut.-Ool. Henry Alexander 
Walford, (O.R. 1849), 20th Hussars, Farnham, Surrey, aged 13, 
October 24. Left 1903. 1 Payne Smith 

Address, Wrecclesham Grange, Farnham, Surrey. 

WMtefoord, Charles Blaquhan, younger son of Samuel Charles White- 
foord, Esq., Whitton Paddocks, Ludlow, aged 14, January 5. 
Left 1902. 3 Payne Smith 

Merton College. Oxford, 1903. 

Wilson, Arthur Kingsford, only son of John Kingsford Wilson, Esq , 
Ecclesall, Sheffield, aged 14, February 27. Left 1903. 1 Payne Smith 

In business from 1903. Address, Kingscote, Ecclesall, Sheffield. 

Clayton, Jonathan Maurice, only son of Robert Clayton, Esq., The Turrets, 
Rishton, Blackburn, aged 14, December 8. Left 1902. 2 School 

Reading for the Army. 

Wainewright, Eric Herbert, elder son of Herbert George Wainewright, 
Esq., Millbrook, Church End, Finchley, aged 14, May 31. Left 
1902. 3 Brooke 

Engineering Pupil, London & S.-W. Railway Works, Nine Elms. Home address, 
Oatlands Wood, Weybridge, Surrey. 

Brown, Thomas Stanley, elder son of Thomas Wright Brown, Esq., 
68, Palatine Road, West Didsbury, Manchester, aged 14, December 
16. Left 1902. 8 Donkin 

Student of Civil Engineering 1903. Address, as above. 



270 James, 1899. 



Chrystal, George Gordon, only son of John George Ohrystal, Esq., Bloom 
Hill, Oardross, N.B., aged 14, August 18. Left 1904.* Donkin 

Scholar of Trinity College, Oxford, 1904. 

Grace, Herbert Stanley, younger son of John Dibble Grace, Esq , 
15, Gloucester Place, London, aged 13, May 31. Left 1901 s Whitelaw 

King's College, Cambridge. 

Craven, Harold Evelyn Andrew, only son of Alfred Graven, Esq., 70, Rue 
Albert, Ostend, aged 14, July 6. Left 1903. 1 School 

At Gwelo. Rhodesia, 1904. 

Davis, b'rank Prosser, eldest son of Edward Prosser Davis, Esq., 17, Lenton 
Road, The Park, Nottingham, aged 13, June 18. Left 1904. 2 Michell 

Thompson, Herbert, third son of John Henry Thompson, Esq., Woodlands, 
Knighton, Leicester, aged 13, May 14. Left 1904. 2 Donkin 

Exeter College, Oxford. 

Williams, Frank Ainstie, elder son of Frank Williams, Esq., Sunnydene, 
Valley Road, Streatham, aged 14, July 5. Left 1904. 8 Donkin 

University College, Oxford. 

Carte, Geoffrey Williams, only son of Henry William Garte, Esq , 20, Fitzroy 
Street, London, aged 14, November 27. Left 1902. 2 Michell 

At New College, Oxford, from October, 1903. 

Henderson, William Thomson, second son of John Henderson, Esq., 
North of Scotland Bank, Aberdeen, aged 14, March 31. Left 
1901. 3 Brooke 

Lupton, Arthur Michael, only son of Arthur Greenhow Lupton, Esq., 
Roundhay, Leeds, aged 13, September 29. Left 1903. 1 Collins 

Address, as above. 

Ogilvie, James Farquhar White, elder son of James Swan Ogilvie, Esq., 
Brackenhae, Broughty Ferry, N.B., aged 14, March 16. Left 
1902. 3 Donkin 

Sandhurst 1904. 

Stott, Arnold Walmsley, second son of John Robert Stott, Esq., Bardsley 
House, Ashton-under-Lyne,aged 14, July 12. Left 1902. 3 Collins 

Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Woodcock, John Burreli Holme, third son of the late Edward Holme 
Woodcock, Esq., (O.K. 1859), Worthington Lodge, Wigan, aged 14, 
December 26. Left 1903. 1 Collins 

At Oriel College, Oxford, from October, 1903. 

Boyd, Arnold Whitworth, only son of James Boyd, Esq., The Alton, 
A Itrincham, aged 14, January 20. Left 1903. 2 Donkin 

University College, Oxford, from October, 1903. Home address, as above. 

Broster, Richard Arthur, eldest son of Arthur Erdswick Broster, Esq., 
M.D., Wirksworth, Derbyshire, aged 14, September 1. Left 
1902. 2 Collins 

Address, as above. 

Cochrane, Russell Duff, third son of Archibald Cochrane, Esq., Abbots- 
hall, Galashiels, aged 14, March 28. Left 1903. 1 Brooke 

Gordon, James Edgar, elder son of James Edgar Gordon, Esq., Dudlow 
House, Wavertree, Liverpool, aged 13, June 14. Brooke 

XI. 1904. 

Hess, Arthur Frank, eldest son of Adolph Hess, Esq., North Hill Road, 
Headinsley, Leeds, aged 14, November 14. Left 1902. 2 Brooke 
Lincoln College, Oxford, from October, 1903. Home address, 22, The Crescent, 
Filey. 



James, 1900. 271 



Nicholson, Arthur Falkner, eldest son of Arthur Nicholson, Esq., High- 
field Hall, Leek, Staffs, aged 14, June 9. Left 1903. 2 Brooke 

Studied in Germany 1903 04. Home address, as above. 

Osmond, Leonard John, eldest son of John Osmond, Esq., Clifton, Black- 
heath Park, London, aged 14, July 8. Left 1903. 2 Brooke 

Address, as above. 

Smyth, James, younger son of Colonel James Smyth, Gaybrook, Mullingar, 
Ireland, aged 13, January 24. Left 1903. 3 Collins 

Trinity College, Oxford. 

Tripp, Geoffrey Charles, eldest son of Charles Howard Tripp, Esq., North 
Lees, Derby, aged 14, June 16. Left 1904. 2 Collins 

XI. 1901, 1902, 1903. 1904. XV. 1903. 

Newton, Horace Gerard Townsend, onlv son of Rev. Canon Horace Newton, 
Holmwood, Redditch, aged 14/July 7. Left 1904. 1 School 

St. John's College, Cambridge. 

Richardson, Guy Carleton, younger son of Colonel John Mervyn Archdall 
Carleton Richardson ,Rossf ad, Ballinamallard, aged 14, May 4. Left 
1902.3 Whitelaw 

Trinity College, Cambridge, from October, 1903. Home address, as above. 

Howe, Felix Charles, only son of the late Charles James Rowe, Esq., 

16, The Grove Boltons, London, aged 13, January 24. Left 

1904. 2 Whitelaw 
University College, Oxford. 

Traill, Gilbert Barsham, elder son of Gilbert Francis Traill, Esq., 
15, Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, aged 13, December 9. Left 

1903. 3 Stallard 

In business. Address, as above. 

Vesey FitzGerald, Gerald Arthur, elder son of William Gerald Vesey 
FitaGerald, Esq., (o.R. 1863), Ellesmere, Rugby, aged 13, 
September 11. Town 

Cox, Guy Russell, fifth son of Arthur Russell Cox, Esq., 15, Church Street, 
Rugby, aged 13, May 8. Left 1902. 3 Town 

Studying Chemistry. Address, as above. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1900. 

Ashton, John Frederick Burchardt, elder son of Arthur Godfrey Bnrchardt 
Ashton, Esq., (O.R. 1869), Cleddon Hall, Monmouth, aged 14, 
January 14. Left 1903. 8 ' School 

O'Brien, Aubrey William Vere, elder son of Robert Vere O'Brien, Esq., 
Bally Alia, Ennis, Ireland, aged 14, Nov. 29. Left 1904. 2 School 
University College, Oxford. 

Poole, Gerard Evelyn, second son of Hugh Ruscombe Poole, Esq., (O.R. 
1861), South Petherton, Somerset, aged 14, October 15. Left 
1903.' School 

In the Shipping business. Address, as above. 

Webb, Christopher Rahere, third son of Edward Alfred Webb, Esq., 
Cookham Dene, Chislehurst, aged 13, Feb. 5. Left 1903. 2 School, 

Field, Archibald William, third son of Edward Field, Esq., (O.R. 1864) 
Strathfield, Leamington, aged 14, Jan. 14. Left 190 1. 2 School 

Don, Francis Percival, third son of Robert Bogle Don, Esq., The Lod^e, 
Broughty Ferry, N.B., aged 13, Feb 27. Left 1903. 2 Whitelaw 

Address, as above. 



272 James, 1900. 



Holland, Kenneth George, eldest son of Stephen George Holland, Esq., 
(O.K. 1863), 22\, Sussex Square, London, W., aged 13, April 6. 
Left 1904. 2 Collins 

University College, Oxford. 

Lowe, Robert Dillon Trinder, only son of Dillon Ross-Lewin Lowe, Esq., 
85, Holland Road, Kensington, aged 13, April 1 . Left 1904. 8 Collins 

XV. 1903. Trinity College, Oxford. 

Cunliffe, Thomas Henry Withers, only son of Robert Ellis CunlifEe, Esq., 
Croft, Ambleside, aged 14, July 9. Left 1903. 3 Michell 

Militia. Reading for the Army. 

Sanderson, Ian Cuthbertson, second son of Arthur Sanderson, Esq., 25, 
Learraouth Terrace, Edinburgh, aged 13, April 3. Michell 

XV. 1903. 

Turner, Kenneth Walford, eldest son of Hugh Turner, Esq., Park Cottage, 
Bentley, Ipswich, aged 13, February 20. Left 1902. 3 Michell 

Address, as above. 

Johnson, Thomas Paget Fielding, eldest son of Thomas Fielding Johnson, 
Esq., fo.a. 1870), Goscote, Leicester, aged 14, November 20. Left 
1903 s Steel 

Royal Engineering College, Leeds, 1904. 

Lambert, Guy Fitzroy, eldest son of Frank Fitzroy Lambert, Esq., Lang- 
holm, Beverley, aged 14, June 10. Left 1903. 1 Steel 

Oliphant, Marcus Francis, elder son of Rev. Francis George Oliphant, 
Teston Rectory, Maidstone, aged 14, December 15. Steel 

Stevenson, George Charles Burton, eldest son of George Frederick 
Stevenson, Esq., 118, Regent Road, Leicester, aged 14, May 14. 
Left 1902. 3 Steel 

Articled to a Solicitor. Address, as above. 

Wilmot, Sacheverel Darwin, younger son of Rev. Darwin Wilmot, Head- 
master of Macclesfield Grammar School, aged 14, February 
22. Leftl902. a Steel 

Woolwich 1902. Home address, Westbrook, Macclesfield. 

Mills, Henry Forster, son of Robert Fenwick Mills, Esq., (O.K. 1865), 
Tapton Grove, Chesterfield, aged 14, Sept. 24. Left 1900. 8 Brooke 
Went to Sedbergh School. 

Parry, George Williams Randolph Marriott, son of George Williams Parry, 
Esq., Llydiardan, Llaridiloe, Aberystwith, aged 14, September 14. 
Leftl902. 2 Brooke 

Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester. 

Chubb, Clifford, son of Harry Withers Chubb, Esq., Burlingham, Chisle- 
hurst, aged 14, May 14. Left 1903. 1 Stallard 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Home address, as above. 

Milburn, John Davison, third son of John Davison Milburn, Esq., Guy 
zance, Acklington, Northumberland, aged 14, January 9. Left 
1904. 1 Stallard 

Mousley, John Harold, only son of James Alfred Mousley, Esq., St. Ger- 
main's, St. Albans. aged 14 August 26. Left 1903. 2 Stallard 

University College, London, Engineering Student, from October, 1903. Home 
address, as above. 



James, 1900. 273 



C6zens-Hardy, Basil, eldest son of Sydney Cozens-Hardy, Esq., 72, Bracon- 

dale, Norwich, aged 14, February 4. Leffc 1903. 2 Payne Smith 

XI. 1901, 1902, 1903. XV. 1901, 1902. Trinity College, Oxford, from October, 1903. 

Millar, Geoffrey Hoyer, eldest son of Charles Christian Hoyer Millar, Esq., 
Feldon, Boxmoor, Herts, aged 13, March 24. Left 1903. 2 Payne Smith 

Whelon, Charles Eric, second son of Charles Edmund Whelon, Esq., 
Lyntoncroft, Caterham, aged 14, Sept. 26. Left 1903. 2 Payne Smith 
Address, as above. 

Catterall, Charles, only son of the late Charles Catterall, Esq., 13, 
Winckley Square. Preston, aged 14, Nov. 29. Left 1903.' School 
Hertford College, Oxford, from October, 1903. Home address, as above. 

Dixon, Ernest Leslie Bassett, elder son of James Bassett Dixon, Esq., 
Ribblesdale House, Preston, aged 14, Oct. 15. Left 1903. 2 School 
Hertford College, Oxford, from October, 1903. Home address, as above. 

Manger, Charles Harwood, eldest son of Alfred Thomas Manger, Esq., 
Stock Hill, Gillingham, Dorset, aged 14, Aug. 25. Left 1904. 1 School 
New College, Oxford. 

Cassels, James Houston, younger son of John Houston Cassells, Esq., 
Sandyhills House, Shettleston, N.B., aged 14, July 19. Left 
1902. 2 Collins 

Studied in France 1902-03. In business from 1904. Address, as above. 

Richardson, Edward Theodore Haughton, younger son of James Theodore 
Richardson, Esq., Lissue, Lisburn, Ireland, aged 14, June 10. 
Left 1903. 8 Brooke 

Armstrong-Lushington-Tnlloch, Graham de Montmorency, eldest son of 
William Cairns Armstrong-Lushington-Tulloch, Esq., Shanbolard 
Hall. Moyard, Letterfrack, Co. Galway, Ireland, aged 14, Nov. 27. 
Left 1903.' Donkin 

Sandhurst 1904. 

Tolson, Joseph, only son of Charles Guthrie Tolson, Esq., Blackstone, 
Ilkley, Yorks. aged 14, May 3. Left 1902. 3 Michell 

XV. 1903. In business. Address, Endsleigh, Alderley Edge. 

Richardson, Alexander Armitage, eldest son of Capt. Arthur Johnson 
Richardson, 151, Clifton Road, Rugby, aged 14, December 8. 
Left 1904. 2 Town 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1900. 

Haughton, William Theodore Hoghton, only son of William Hoghton 
Haughton, Esq., The Highlands, Gt. Barford, Bedfordshire, aged 
13, June 14. Left 1903.* School 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Home address, as above. 

Phayre, Robert Bernard, only son of the late Robert Phayre, Esq., I.C.S. 
(O.K. 1865), Deputy Commissioner, Minbu, Upper Burmah, aged 14, 
January 2. Left 1903. 3 School 

VIII. 1902, 1903. Sandhurst 1904. 

Fletcher, Basil Lindley, younger son of Philip Fletcher, Esq., Briarcroft, 
Atherton, Manchester, age*d 14, Sept. 16. Left 1904. 2 Donkin 
Corpus Christi College, Oxford. 

Lupton, Francis A shford, eldest son of Francis Martineau Lupton, Esq., 
11, Wellington Street, Leeds, aged 14, January 31. Left 
1904. 1 Collins 

TOL. III. LL 



274 James, 1900. 



Sim, George Edward Herman, elder son of Lieut.-Col. George Hamilton 
Sim, R.E. (O.K. 1866). Mountjoy Barracks, Dublin, aged 13, Aug. 
15. Leftl903. 8 Collins 

Woolwich 1904. 

Agnew, Kenneth Morland, second son of Charles Morland Agnew, Esq. 
(O.K. 1869), 70, Westbourne Terrace, Hyde Park, London, aged 
13, May 25. Left 1904. 2 Michell 

XV. 1903. Racquets 1903, 1904. 

Carritt, Frederick Wilson, second son of Thomas Carritt, Esq., College 
View, Alleyn Park, Dulwich, aged 13, December 18. Left 
1903.* Michell 

Address, Arden, College Road, Dulwich. 

Dukes, Maurice, fourth son of Clement Dukes, Esq., M.D., Sunnyside, 
Rugby, aged 13, October 1. Left 1902. 1 Michell 

Farming in Suffolk. Home address, as above. 

Owen, Gerald Napier, second son of William Scott Owen, Esq., Cefngwifed, 
Newtown, Montgomeryshire, aged 13, Nov. 11. Michell 

Esdaile, Arthur James, fourth son of Charles Edward Jeffries Esdaile, 
Esq., Cothelstorie House, Taunton, aged 14, April 7. Left 
1903. 8 Steel 

Learning Brewing at Bridgwater 1903. Home address, as above. 

Mason, Eustace Charles, younger son of Frank William Mason, Esq., 
North Cliffe, Felixstowe, aged 14, April 19. Left 1903. 1 Steel 

In business at Ipswich. Home address, as above. 

Teage, Henry Dixon, younger son of Dixon William Arthur Teage, Esq., 
(O.K. 1870), Haversham Manor, Wolverton, Bucks, aged 18, June 
7. Left 1903. 2 Steel 

Address, as above. 

Hughes, Geoffrey, son of John William Hughes, Esq., New Heys, Allerton. 
Liverpool, aged 14. Nov. 23. Left 1902. 8 Brooke 

In business in Liverpool. Address, as above. 

Stutchbury, George Hugh, son of George Frederick Stutchbury, Esq., 
Carnanton, Hampton Hill, Middlesex, aged 14, June 2. Left 
1903. 8 Brooke 

XI. 1903. 

Ludlow, Nevile Broughton, only son of Henry Walton Ludlow, Esq., 
Hawksley Hall, Kings Norton, Birmingham, aged 14, June 11. 
Left 1902. 3 Stallard 

Address, Diddington Hall, Meriden, Coventry. 

MacLachlan, Andrew Kenneth Werring, only son of Andre wMacLachlan, 
Esq., M.D., St. Brelades, West Dulwich, aged 13, Septem- 
ber 28. Stallard 

Cams-Wilson, Charles Denny, eldest son of Rev. Frederick Neville 
Carus- Wilson, Sundridge Rectory, Sevenoaks, aged 13, Septem- 
ber 2. Left 1904. 3 Payne Smith 

VIII. 1904. 

Douie, Francis McCrone, elder son of James McCrone Douie, Esq ,B.G.S., 
Simla, Bengal, aged 14, March 20. Left 1904* Payne Smith 

Lee Warner, Edward Henry, only son of Edward Lee Warner, Esq., 
68, St. George's Road, London, S.W., aged 13, January 
22. Payne Smith 



James, 1900. 275 



Baring, John Henry, younger son of the Eon. Francis Henry Baring, 
(O.K. 1863), 34, Great Cumberland Place, Hyde Park, London, aged 
14, December 3. Left 1904. 1 Payne Smith 

Harrison, William Philip, elder son of William Popham Harrison, Esq., 
Clyst Lea, Church End, Finchley, aged 14, November 13. Left 
1903. 2 Payne Smith 

XI. 1902, 1903. Home address, North Foreland Lodge, St. Peters, Thanet. 

Holland, Leonard Menzies, youngest son of Walter Holland, Esq., Carnatic 
Hall, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, aged 14, August 2. Left 

1903. 1 Payne Smith 

Address, as above. 

Layard, Raymond Julius, second son of Charles Peter Layard, Esq., 
Torrington Place, Colombo, Ceylon, aged 14, April 22. Left 

1904. 2 Donkin 

Address, Belmont, 63, Church Road, Richmond. 

Scott, Gerald Edward, only son of Edward Scott, Esq., Elmhurst, St. Albans, 
aged 14, April 12. 'Left 1901. 3 Brooke 

In business in London from 1903. Address, as above. 

Burn-Callender, Cuthbert, eldest son of Edward Burn-Callender, Esq., 
Newbold Grange, Warwick, aged 14, Feb. 5- Left 1902. 1 Collins 

Cobb, Francis Rupert Victor, ninth son of Francis Marsdeu Cobb, Esq., 
Bank House, Margate, aged 14, Oct. 23. Left 1902. 3 Collins 

In business. Address, as above. 

Stanger, Geoffrey, only surviving sou of Henry Yorke Stanger, Esq., Q.C., 
29, Kensington Park Gardens, London, aged 15, April 16. Left 

1903. 2 Collins 

Lincoln College, Oxford, 1904. Address, Hill Brow, Northwood, Middlesex. 

MacGrregor, Colin Alexander, only sou of Alexander MacGregor, Esq. 
(O.K. 1867), 3, Collingham Gardens, London, aged 13, May 
21. Whitelaw 

XV. 1903. 

Milne, Robert Morton Richmond, eldest son of Robert Oswald Milne, Esq. 
(O.K. 1867), Oakfield, Leamington, aged 14, March 3. Left 

1902. 3 Collins 

Magdalen College, Oxford. 

Cattell, John Francis, only sou of John Crisp Cattell, Esq., 46, Clifton 
Road, Rugby, aged 13, August 25. Town 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1900, 

Bishop, Theodore Bendysh Watson, third son of James Watson Bishop, 
Esq., Oulton House, Stone, Staffs, aged 13, Dec. 13. School 

Bremner, Harold Noel Keble, second son of William Pitt Bremner, Esq., 
43, Waterloo Place, Dublin, aged 14, March 3. School 

XV. 1903. 

Bucknill, Edwin George, eldest son of George Edward Bucknill, Esq., 
126, Inverness Terrace, London, W., aged 14, Aug. 24. School 

Castle, Godfrey Ernest, only son of Septimus Castle, Esq., 12, Devonshire 
Place, Birkenhead, aged 13, July 3. School 

Dewar, Michael Bruce Urquhart, only son of William De war, Esq., Horton 
House, Rugby, aged 14, August 5. School 



276 James, 1900. 



G-arnett, Francis Charles Humfrey, elder son of Harry Wharf edale Tennant 
Garnett, Esq., Southfield,Burley-in-Wharfedale, aged 13, November 

16. LeftlOOi. 1 School 

An Engineer. Address, Wharfeside, Otley, Yorkshire. 

Gow, Andrew Sydenham Farrar, eldest son of James Gow, Esq., High 
School, Nottingham, aged 14, August 27. School 

Johnson, Edmund, only son of Edmund Littler Johnson, Esq., Heathdene, 
Watford, Herts, aged 13, April 27. Left 1904. 3 School 

Lemon, Philip Henry, elder son of Henry Strode Lemon, Esq., Bank of 
Bengal, Rangoon, aged 13, July 22. Left 1901. 3 School 

Went to Cheltenham College. 

Rea, John George Grey, only son of George Grey Rea, Esq., Middleton, 
Wooler, Northumberland, aged 14, May 31. Left 1904.* School 

XI. 1904. Jesus College, Cambridge. 

Tatham, Cautley, elder son of Percy Charles French Tatham, Esq., Thorn- 
croft, Bromley, Kent, aged 14, June 1. School 

Walker, Robin Ernest Gordon, younger son of Thomas Gordon Walker, 
Esq., I.C.tt., Lahore, Punjab, India, aged 14, April 4. Left 
1903. 3 School 

Reading for Civil Service. 

Williamson, George Evans, only son of George Henry Williamson, Esq., 
Granta Lodge, Malvern, aged 13, January 14. School 

Beattie, Harold Francis, third sou of John Labouchere Beattie, Esq., 
14, Albany Road, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, aged 14, April 23. Whitelaw 

Bird, Percy Carr, only son of Samuel Bird, Esq , 61, Cleveland Square, 
Hyde Park, London, aged 13, October 7. Left 1904. a Whitelaw 

At a Private Tutor's, for Lincoln College, Oxford. 

d'Ambmmenil, Ernest, third son of Benrice Henry d'Ambrumenil, Esq., 
Gainsborough House, Hampstead, aged 14, October 6. Left 
1903.' Whitelaw 

Address, as above. 

Egerton, Charles Caledon, third son of Major-General Charles Cumming 
Egertou, Murree, Punjab, India, aged 13, November 17. Left 
1903. 8 Whitelaw 

Sandhurst 1904. Address, 41, Roland Gardens, London, S.W. 

Harrowing, Robert Guy, eldest son of John Henry Harrowing, Esq., 
Turnesdale Hall, Whitby, aged 14, August 4. Whitelaw 

MacLehose, James Alexander, elder son of Norman Macmillan MacLehose, 
Esq., Little Heath Farm, Berkhampsted, aged 13, December 

17. Whitelaw 

Simon, Victor Henry, fourth son of the late Henry Gustav Victor Herman 
Simon, Esq , Lawnhurst, Didsbury, Manchester, aged 14, February 
12. Left 1903. 8 Whitelaw 

Woolwich 1904. 

Milroy, George William Wink worth Wallace, fourth son of Rev. Andrew 
Wallace Milroy, Carisbrooke Vicarage, Isle of Wight, aged 13, 
September 4. Whitelaw 

Thompson, Reginald, fifth son of John Thompson, Esq., Beardwood Cliff, 
Blackburn, aged 14, May 2. Left 1902. 8 Whitelaw 

Studying in Germany 1904. 



James, 1900. 277 



Beaman, Ardern Hulme, only son of Francis Cornelius Offley Beaman, 
Esq., Hulrae Park, Belgaum, Bombay, aged 14, August 18. Left 
1903. 3 Donkin 

Sandhurst 1904. 

Clark, Francis Hartley Hall, second son of Lieut.-Col James Jackson 
Clark, Largantogher, Maghera, Belfast, aged 14, June 22. Left 

1902. 1 Donkin 

Cullimore, James, eldest son of John Cullimore, Esq., Christleton, Chester, 
aged 13, September 28. Left 1904. 2 Donkin 

Caius College, Cambridge. 

d'Ambrumenil, Philip, fourth son of Benrice Henry d'Ambrumenil, Esq., 
Gainsborough House, Hampstead, aged 13, December 28. Left 
1903. 3 Donkin 

In business in London. Address, as above. 

Entwisle, Thomas, elder son of Arthur John Entwisle, Esq., Roy House, 
Heaton, Bolton, aged 13, February 21. Donkin 

Hoyle, Arthur Lascelles, eldest son of Edward Lascelles Hoyle, Esq., Poll 
Hall, Shrigley, Macclesfield, aged 13, January 18. Donkin 

Huston, Cecil Harold Sowerby, elder son of Arthur Harold Ruston, Esq., 
Aylesby House, Chatteris, Cambridge, aged 14, July 29. Left 

1903. 2 Donkin 

Address, as above. 

Browett, Arnold Thackhall, only son of William Thackhall Browett, Esq., 
(O.K. 1870), St. Nicholas, Coventry, aged 15, August 23. Left 
1904 2 Donkin 

Baggallay, Frederick Wilson, only son of Rev. Frederick Baggallay, 
(O.K. 1870), Vicarage, Oakham, aged 14, August 1. Collins 

Grundy, Geoffrey Stewart, only son of George Graham Stewart Grundy, 
Esq., 15, Burlou Crescent, Leeds, aged 13, December 1. Collins 

Hughes, Thomas Geoffrey, younger son of Thomas Raffles Hughes, Esq., 
Q.C., High Ridge, The Drive, Wimbledon, aged 14, July 11. Collins 

Peter, Apsley Kenelm, only son of Apsley Petre Peter, Esq., Holsworthy, 
N. Devon, aged 14, May 29. Left 1903. 2 Collins 

Articled to a Solicitor 1903. Address, as above. 

Cory, Ivan Rupert, eldest son of Herbert Beyiion Cory, Esq., Langley 
Broom, Langley, Bucks, aged 14, July 16. Left 1902. 2 Michell 

Address, Beechen, Lyndhurst, Hants. 

Fowle, William Thomas, eldest son o William Hugh Fowle, Esq., (O.K. 1868), 
Chute Lodge, Andover, aged 14, October 9. Left 1902. 1 Micheli 
A Civil Engineer. Address, as above. 

Giffard, George James, eldest son of George Campbell Giffard, Esq., 
Bulkeley House, Englefield Green, aged 14, Sept. 27. Michell 

Schloss, Sigismund David, eldest son of David Frederick Schloss, Esq., 
Hill House, Wimbledon Hill, S.W., aged 13, March 19. Michell 

Scholar 1900. 

Sealy, Humfrey Newnham, eldest son of Lieut.-Col. Henry Humfrey Sealy, 
Elmhurst, Batheaston, Bath, aged 13, February 7. Michell 

Watt, William Pettie, fourth son of Alexander Pollock Watt, Esq., Abinger 
House, 29, Abbey Road, London, N.W., aged 13, September 
28. Michell 



278 James, 1900. 



Beazley, Walter Edwin, fifth son of James Henry Beazley, Esq., Nootorum, 
Cheshire, aged 14, June 26. Steel 

Beckley, Thomas Henry, only son of the late Lieut. -Col. Beckley, R.E., 
21, Rosslyn Hill, Hampstead, N.W.^aged 14, February 8. Left 
1903.* Steel 

Reading for the Army. 

Hookham, George Richard, only son of Philip Hookham, Esq.,Denehurst, 
Midleton Hall Road, King's Norton, aged 14, April 19. Left 
1904. 2 Steel 

Home, Geoffrey Scott, eldest son of Thomas Walters Home, Esq., (O.K. 1869), 
Bound Oak, Weybridge, aged 13, January 27. Left 1902. 8 Steel 
Went to Sherborne School 1902. 

Smeathman, Lovel Francis, eldest son of Lovel Smeathman, Esq., South 
Hill, Kernel Hempstead, aged 14, May 31. Left 1904 2 Steel 

Smith, Donald Nohle Graham Mackintosh, younger son of John Macintosh 
Smith, Esq., Woodlands, Inverness, aged 13, January 6. Steel 

Anderson, Laurence Robert Dacre, younger son of Rev. William Paley 
Anderson, Winsford Vicarage, Dulverton, aged 14, Aug. 10. Brooke 

Scholar 1900. 

Francis, Guy Lancelot Brereton, eldest son of George Carwardine Francis, 
Esq., S. Tewdric, Chepstow, aged 14, August 4. Leftl903. 8 Brooke 

At a Private Tutor's, for Cambridge. 

Ireland, Frederick Hugh, elder son of Frederick Schomberg Ireland, Esq., 
43, Lee Road, Blackheath, aged 14, May 24. Left 1904. 1 Brooke 

Jesus College, Cambridge. 

Reid, Alexander Arthur, only son of Arthur Alexander Archibald Reid, 
Esq., Ledsham Hall, Chester, aged 14, June 25. Left 1903. 3 Brooke 

Clare College, Cambridge. 

Smale, George Neville, sixth son of John Smale, Esq., The Brooklands, 
Macclesfield, aged 14, April 16. Left 1902. 8 Brooke 

Reading Horticultural College 1904. Home address, as above. 

Bloxam, Owen Astley, only son of John Astley Bloxam, Esq., 75, Grosvenor 
Street, London, aged 13, March 31. Left 1903. 3 Stallard 

To be an Architect. Address, Vine Leigh, Bourne End, Bucks. 

Chaning-Pearce, Wilfrid Thomas, son of Joseph Chaning-Pearce, Esq., 
M.D., Montagu House, Ramsgate, aged 15, April 8. Left 
1902. 1 Stallard 

Address, as above. 

-Dew, Noel Aylmer, son of William Arthur Dew, Esq., Wellfield, Bangor, 
N. Wales, aged 13, April 19. Left 1901. 8 Stallard 

Fisher, George Edwin, son of George Arthur Fisher, Esq., 9, Linden 
Gardens, London, aged 14, April 18. Left 1901. 8 Stallard 

Reading for Oxford. Address, as above. 

Hetley, Henry Edward, eldest son of Henry Hetley, Esq., M.D., 114, Church 
Road, Norwood, S.E., aged 13, December 30. Left 1904. 1 Stallard 

Margoliouth, Herschel Moses, eldest son of Rev. George Margoliouth, 
2, Lansdown Road, Lee, S.E., aged 13, February 22. Stallard 

Scholar 1900. 



James, 1900. 279 



Owen, Harold, son of Evan Eoger Owen, Esq., The Knoll, Bickley Park, 
Kent, aged 14, June 17. Left 1902.* Stallard 

In business. Address, as above. 

Parry, Norman Cecil, fourth son of Edward Parry, Esq., Woodthorpe 
Grange, Nottingham, aged 14, September 19. Stallard 

Cunliffe, William Richard, second son of William Joseph Cunliffe, Esq., 
Hatton Fold, Brooklands, Cheshire, aged 14, Aug. 14. Payne Smith 

Heberden, Arthur Clements, youngest son of Rev. Henry Butler 
Heberden, Oddington Rectory, Stow-in-the-Wold, aged 13, April 
12. Payne Smith 

Scholar 1900. 

Millar, Ion Keith, fourth son of Henry Edward Millar, Esq., Heathdown, 
Hampstead Heath, aged 13, June 17. Payne Smith 

Scholar 1900. 

Squarey, Robert Owen, elder son of Tucker Fulton Squarey, Esq., 
(O.K. 1867), The Red House, Epsom, aged 14, July 13. Payne Smith 

Wartnaby, John Edward Holdich, second son of William Wade Wartnaby, 
Esq., Clipston, Market Harborough, aged 14, June 4. Payne Smith 

Wright, Neville Graham, only son of Harry Graham Wright, Esq., Park 
Lodge, Bidston, Birkenhead, aged 14, February 7. Left 
1900. 3 Payne Smith 

Went to Clifton College 1901. 

Baker, Robert Percival, eldest son of George Percival Baker, Esq., Ivydene, 
Bexley, aged 13, May 11. Donkin 

Briscoe, Ralph Benjamin Cay, only son of the late Captain Benjamin 
Briscoe, Firwood, Halstead, Essex, aged 14, March 14. Left 

1904. 2 Payne Smith 

Chase, George Armitage, third son of the Rev. Frederic Henry Chase, 16, 
Brookside, Cambridge, aged 14, September 3. Brooke 

Kessler, Edgar, second son of Philip William Kessler, Esq., Sunbury, 
Victoria Park, Manchester, aged 14, July 16. Collins 

ReltOM, Trevor Lyons, elder son of Arthur John Relton, Esq., Charleville, 
Elmfield Road, Bromley. Kent, aged 13, January 17. Left 

1903. 3 Payne Smith 

Sanders, Donald James Gerhardt, elder son of James Sanders, Esq., I.C.S., 
Oawnpore, India, aged 14, August 3. Left 1904. 2 Michell 

Woolwich. 

Swinburne, Thomas Anthony Stewart, only son of Major Thomas Robert 
Swinburne, 3, Park Terrace, Beverley, aged 13, December 20. 
Left 1903. 3 Donkin 

Woolwich 1904. Home address, Reeds, Liss, Hants. 

Tompson, Frederic John, only son of Frederic William Tompson, Esq., 
Crockham Hill, Edenbridge, Kent, aged 13, November 11. Left 
1904.2 Collins 

London University. 

Rait-Kerr, William Charles, eldest son of Sylvester Rait-Kerr, Esq., 
Rathmoyle, Edenderry, King's County, Ireland, aged 14, 
August 6. Donkin 



280 James, 1900. 



Attenborough, Eric George, third son of Koberb Percy Attenborough, Esq., 
flaydon Hill, Bushey, aged 13, November 7. Left 1901. 2 Collins 
In business. Address, as above. 

Cartwright, Cecil Bayley, fifth son of William Thomas Oartwright, Esq., 
7, Newcastle Drive, Nottingham, aged 12, October 7. Collins 

Died at School 13th December, 1901. 

McEwen, William Lachlan, only son of the late William McEwen, Esq., 
3, Lynedoch Place, Glasgow, aged 14, Aug. 8. Left 1903. 2 Brooke 

Reading for the Army. 

Russell-Smith, William, eldest son of Henry Russell-Smith, Esq., Aubert 
Park, Highbury, N., aged 14, July 6. Left 1904. 1 Brooke 

Inkster, George Leonard Macaulay, only son of Samuel Macaulay Inkster, 
Esq., M.D.,Broomhill, Sheffield, aged 14, Dec. 27. Left 1904. 2 Steel 

Balliol College, Oxford. 

Raveuscroft, Martin, eldest son of Samuel Ravenscroft. Esq., Brathay, 
Oxton, Birkenhead, aged 14. February 2. Left 1903. 2 Steel 

Studying Architecture at University College, Liverpool. Address, as above. 

Sharp, Cyril Everard, younger son of Frederick Sharp, Esq., Pelham, 
Branksome Park, Bournemouth, aged 14, July 10. Stallard 

White, James Lumsden Colvin, second son of George Colvin White, Esq., 
Stewart Lea, Ayr, aged 14, July 22. Left 1902 s Collins 

Woolwich 1904. 

Bently, Harold Rothwell, only son of the Rev. Henry Rothwell Bently, 
Farringdon Cottage, Farringdon, Hants, aged 13, December 22. 
Left 1901.* Steel 

Cook, Philip Howard, younger son of Arthur Cook, Esq., Aigburth Hall, 
Liverpool, aged 14, May 13. Left 1903. 2 Stallard 

Studying for business. Address, as above. 

Dickinson, George Fryer, eldest son of George Dickinson, Esq., 23, 
A bercromby Square, Liverpool, aged 1 4, July 26. Left 1904. 1 Steel 
Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1904. 

Dugdale, Walter Geoffrey, elder son of Walter Dugdale, Esq., (O.K. 1869), 
Meeson Hall, Wellington, Shropshire, aged 13, September 28. 
Left 1901. 3 Collins 

Address, as above. 

Gorton, Geoffrey Poole, only son of John Edward Gorton, Esq., Bayhara, 
Alexandra Road, Epsom, aged 14. Sept. 20. Left 1902. 3 Stallard 

In business from 1903. Address, as above. 

Giiterbock, Paul Julius Gottlieb, eldest son of Alfred Giiterbock, Esq., 
Newington. The Firs. Bowdon, Cheshire aged 14, Sept. 13. Donkin 
Scholar 1900. 

Philips, Herbert Nathaniel, fifth son of the Rev. Edward Philips, The 
Long Close, Hollington, Stoke-on-Trent, aged 13, October 6. 
Left 1902. 3 Whitelaw 

Jury, Gibson Fairbairn, younger son of Charles Cotton Jury, Esq., 1, 
Wellington Place Tunbridge Wells, aged 13, December 1. Steel 

Bush, John Wheler, third son of the late Robert Francis Evans Bush, Esq., 
Rugby, aged 14, August 30. Left 1903. 1 Town 

King's College, London, 1903. Home address, 22, Bath Road, Bedford Park, 
London, W. 



James, 1901. 281 



Cory, Arthur Myrie, youngest son of the late John Myrie Cory, Esq., of 

Shanghai, China, 60, Dunchurch Road, Kugby, aged 14, Sept. 2. 

Left 1903. 3 Town 

In business in London. Address, 19, Palace Mansions, Addison Bridge. London, W. 

Dainton, Arthur Harold, younger son of George Dainton, Esq., 5, Lower 
Hillraorton Road, Rugby, aged 13, May 28. Town 

Darbishire, Robert Shelby, only son of the late Godfrey Darbishire, Esq., 
(O.K. 1868), Fort Mead, Florida, U.S. A ., and 11, Bilton Road, Rugby, 
aged 13, October 4. Town 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1901. 

Glimmer, Herbert Ingram, son of John Rowland Grummer, Esq., 21, 
Manchester Road, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, aged 13, April 16. 
Left 1901. 2 School 

Purdey, Lionel Bateson, son of James Purdey, Esq., 28, Devonshire Place, 
Portland Place, London, aged 14, February 16. Left 1901. 2 School 

distance, Studley Neville, younger son of Henry Neville Custance, Esq., 
(O.K. 1849), 34, Tregunter Road, London, S.W., aged 13, 
April 22. Donkin 

Wise, Anthony Forster, only son of the Hon. Bernard Ringrose Wise, 
(O.K. 1870), Attorney-General of New South Wales, Sydney, N.S.W., 
aged 14, July 2. Donkin 

Beck, Maurice Graeme, younger son of Ralph Coker Adams Beck, Esq., 
(o.R. 1863), 13, Park Crescent, Portland Place, London, aged 13, 
April3. Left1902. 3 Collins 

In business. Address, as above. 

Gubbins, Thomas Russell, younger son of John Russell Gubbins, Esq., 
Lima. Peru, aged 14, September 27. Left 1904. 2 Collins 

London University 1904. 

Sneyd-Kynnersley, Thomas Ralph, only son of Charles Walter Sneyd- 
Kynnersley, Esq., C.M.G., (O.K. 1865), Boughton Lodge, Chester, 
aged 14, December 23. Collins 

Branson, Frederick Hastridge, only son of Frederick Woodward Branson, 
Esq., Wynneholme, Far Headingley, Leeds, aged 14, Novem- 
ber 30. Michell 

Scrimgeonr, Geoffrey Cameron, only son of the Rev. Ronald Tameron 
Scrimgeour, Sibston Vicarage, Yoxford, aged 13, March 14. Michell 

Smith, Norman Mitchell Robertson, only son of William Robertson Smith, 
Esq., 4, Windsor Terrace, Kelvinside, Glasgow, aged 14, 
October 20. Michell 

Lambert, Kenneth, second son of Frank Fitzroy Lambert, Esq., Langholm, 
Beverley, aged 14, August 28. Steel 

Austen-Leigh, Lionel Arthur, second son of the Rev. Arthur Henry 
Austen- Leigh, Wargrave Vicarage, Twyford, Berks, aged 14, 
September 22. Left 1904. 2 Brooke 

Ridsdale, John Langford Disturnal, elder son of John Langford Ridsdale, 
Esq., Ingleside, Tamworth. aged 14. March 28. Left 1904. 2 Brooke 

Birmingham University. Address, Kelfield Lodge, Streetly, Sutton Coldfield. 
YOL. III. MM 



282 James, 1901. 



Callard, Percy Reid, son of James Percy Callard, Esq., The Priory, 
Monken Hadley, Herts, aged 14, Nov. 14. Left 1902. 1 Stallard 

Spittle, John Trevor, younger son of Thomas Spittle, Esq., Cambrian 
House, Maindee, Newport, Mon., aged 14, May 10. Stallard 

Thompson, Charles Gordon, elder son of Edwin John Thompson, Esq., 
Aspley, Dudley, aged 14, October 17. Left 1903. 3 Stallard 

Voss, Gordon Phillips, only of William Voss, Esq., Acryse, Watford, 
Herts, aged 14, Nov. 27. Left 1904.* Stallard 

To be articled to a Solicitor. 

Wade, Richard Blaney, son of Frederick Sidney Wade, Esq., R.I. Con- 
stabulary, Newry, Ireland, aged 14, Aug. 6. Left 1902. 2 Stallard 

Barbonr, Walter Terence, third son of James Barbour, Esq., Ardville, 
Holywood, Co. Down, Ireland, aged 15, December 5. Left 
1903. 1 Payne Smith 



Charles, Allen Aitchison Havelock, elder son of Surgeon-Major Richard 
Havelock Charles, I. M.S., 8, Middleton Street, Calcutta, aged 13, 
February 19. Collins 

Cox, Keith Trenchard, eldest son of Edward Alfred Cox, Esq , Woodstock 
House, Hendon, aged 13, April 18. Donkin 

Purves, Harry de Burgh, younger son of the late George Hurdis Purves 
(O.K. 1864), Melbourne, Australia, aged 14, August 10. Left 
1904. 2 Whitelaw 

At an Army Tutor's. 

MacDaniel, James Richard Lane, elder son of Jeremiah James MacDaniel, 
Esq. (O.K. 1869), Woodlands, Bandon, Co. Cork, aged 14 
June 10. Donkin 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1901. 

Martin, Erskine Thackeray, only son of Lieut-Col. Gerald Ward Martin, 
8, Petersham Terrace, Gloucester Road, London, aged 13, 
January 31. School 

Pearson, Bernard Clive, second son of Sir Weetman Dickinson Pearson, 
Bart., 16, Carlton House Terrace, Glasgow, aged 13, Aug. 12. School 

Percival, Frank Neville, elder son of Alfred Reginald Percival, Esq., 
Sprangewell, Ware, aged 14, February 9. School 

Percival, Arthur Ernest, younger son of Alfred Reginald Percival, Esq., 
Sprangewell, Ware, aged 13, December 26. School 

Duncan, Joseph Hugh, third son of John Duncan, Esq., Dros y Mor, 
Penarth, aged 14, February 27. Donkin 

Barker, Geoffrey Palgrave, second son of the Rev. Rowland Vectis Barker, 
Bramford Vicarage, Ipswich, aged 14, March 22. Collins 

Dendy, Norman Heathfield, younger son of Charles HeathfieldDendy, Esq., 
(O.R. 1867), Crof ton Court, Orpington, Kent, aged 1 3, May 30. Collins 

Dugdale, John Sydney, elder son of Rev. Sydney Dugdale, (O.K. 1874), 
Westbury Vicarage, Wilts, aged 14, February 17. Collins 

Melly, Charles Travers, elder son of Edward Ferdinand Melly, Esq., 
(O.K. 1872), The Close, Nuneaton, aged 13, June 20. Collins 



James, 1901. 283 



Partington, James Foster Edge, third son of James Edge Partington, Esq., 
(O.R. 1868), Park Hall, Great Bardfield, Braintree, aged 14, January 
16. Collins 

Agnew, Victor Charles Walter, elder son of Walter Agnew, Esq., (O.R. 1875), 
7, Bryanston Square, London, aged 13, June 21. Michell 

Hope, Owen Morley, second son of Arthur Hope, Esq., (O.R. 1868), Gladdis- 
woode, Torquay, aged 14, November 16. Left 1902. 3 Steel 

Dowson, Robert, second son of Walter Dowson, Esq., 46, Alleyn Road, 
West Dulwich, London, S.E., aged 13, April 30. Leftl902. 3 Stallard 
Went to Oundle School. Home address, Newcome, Stanley Road, Sutton. 

English, Richard Cornforth, only son of Richard Mills English, Esq., 
Bleak House, Stamford, aged 14, April 19. Left 1903. 3 Stallard 

Milburn, Archibald William, fourth son of John Davison Milburn, Esq., 
Guyzance, Acklington, aged 14, April 14. Stallard 

Rigby, Francis John, only son of John Richard Rigby, Esq., Ashbourne, 
Derbyshire, aged 13, January 31. Stallard 

Stathers, Gerald Nicholson, eldest son of George Nicholson Stathers, Esq., 
M.D., Park Lodge, Brackley, aged 14, Dec- 9. Left 1903. 8 Stallard 

Burrell, James Bowen, second son of John Hearn Burrell, Esq., 29, Ivan- 
hoe Road, Sefton Park, Liverpool, asred 14, July 22. Left 
1903. 2 Payne Smith 

Address, as above. 

Evers, Ralph Wentworth, eighth son of Frank Evers, Esq., White Hall, 
Stourbridge, aged 14, January 21. Payne Smith 

Fryer, John Claud Fortescue, only son of Herbert Fortescue Fryer, Esq., 
J.P., The Priory, Ohatteris, aged 14, August 13. Left 

1904. 1 Payne Smith 

Beck, Charles Arthur, eldest son of Charles Proctor Beck, Esq., Bloem- 
fontein, South Africa, aged 14, Feb. 17. Town Whitelaw 

Chaplin, Leonard Chippendall, ninth son of Ernest Chaplin, Esq., The 
Firs, Rugby, aged 13, September 26. Town 

Hunter, Thomas Henry Victor, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Hunter, Elm- 
hurst, Rugby, aged 13, June 21. Town 

Richardson, Ulick Forster, second son of Major Arthur Johnstone 
Richardson, 151, Clifton Road, Rugby, aged 13, July 27. Left 

1904. 2 Town 

Simpson, Anthony Henry, younger son of James Herbert Simpson, Esq., 
M.D.,21, Hillmorton Road, Rugby,agedl3,Dec.28. Town- Whitelaw 

Baxter, George Edgar, only son of James Edgar Baxter, Esq., Oaklands, 
Faringbon, Lancashire, aged 14, Nov. 19. Left 1903. 2 Donkin 

Gill, Francis Hartley, eldest son of Robert Hartley Gill, Esq., Kelvedon, 
Woodside Park, London, N., aged 14, Jan. 15. Leftl904. 2 Donkin 

Millar, Christian Hoyer, eldest son of Robert Hoyer Millar, Esq., The 
Links, Montrose, aged 14, March 26. Payne Smith 

NegUS, Arthur Victor, third son of Thomas Addison Negus, Esq., Shen- 
stone Lodge, Lichfield, aged 14, December 28. Payne Smith 

VIII. 1904, 




284 James, 1901. 



Novikoff, Alexander, eldest son of Jacob Novikoff, Esq., Odessa, Russia, 
aged 14, March 20. Donkin 

Died at Cannes, 27 March, 1904. 

Shirley, Archibald Vincent Shirley, elder son of Walter Rayner Shirley* 
Esq., The Woodlands, Leckwith, Cardiff, aged 13, May 17. Donkin 

Johnson, Frederic Victor, son of Frederic George Johnson, Esq., Clayton 
Hall, Newcastle-under-Lyme, aged 14, November 15. Left 
1901. 3 Payne Smith 

Prescot, Cynric Puleston, eldest son of Charles Warre Prescot, Esq. (O.K. 
1851), King's Pyon House, Weobley, aged 14, October 4. Steel 

Thornhill, Henry Elliott Blundell, only son of William Blundell Thorn- 
hill, Esq. (O.K. 1873), Castle Cosey, Castle Bellingham, Ireland, 
aged 13, June 11. Left 1903. 3 Steel 

Browne, Christopher, only son of James William Browne, Esq. ,37, Holland 
Park Avenue, London, aged 13, July 5. Collins 

Jackson, Charles William Gidlow, eldest son of Charles Gidlow Jackson* 
Esq., llookwood Hall, Chorley, Lancashire, aged 14, April 30* 
Left 1904. 2 Doukin 

To be a Mechanical Engineer. 

Scott, Edward Cumin, fourth son of Charles James Scott, Esq. (o.R. 1860), 
Hilgay, Guildford, aged 14, Feb. 22. Left 1904. 2 Brooke 

Macgeorge, Andrew Morrison, eldest son of William Robert Macgeorge, 
Esq., 20, Woodside Terrace, Glasgow, aged 13, May 31. Michell 

Adam, Frederick Edward Fox, only son of Charles Fox Frederick Adam, 
Esq. (O.R. 1866), 65, Lexham Gardens, London, aged 14, Feb. 9. 
Left 190 1. 2 Town* 

Left in ill-health. Address, as above. 

Macpherson, Norman Charles, second son of John Molesworth Macpherson, 
Esq., C.S.I., Grand Avenue Mansions, Brighton, aged 14, Deo. 26. 
Left 1904. 1 Stallard 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1901. 

Balme, Charles, only son of Charles Balme, Esq., 82, Cromwell Road, 
South Kensington, London, aged 14, Sept. 6. School 

Bellew, Froude Dillon, only son of Harry Borden Bellew, Esq., The Croft, 
Wiveliscombe, Somerset, aged 13, February 22. School 

Bushell, Christopher, younger sou of Reginald Bushell, Esq., Hindertou 
Lodge, Nestou, Cheshire, aged 13, October 31. School 

Cruttwell, Charles Robert Mowbray Fraser, elder son of Rev. Canon 
Charles Thomas Cruttwell, Ewelme Rectory, Wallingford, aged 14, 
May 23. School 

Cunningham, Tom Eric, second son of Dauson Cunningham, Esq., Eddes- 
bury, West Derby, Liverpool, aged 14, January 17. School 

Forman, Dudley Perry, only son of James Forman, Esq., (O.K.. 1870), 
Cavendish Crescent North, The Park, Nottingham, aged 14, 
May 13. School 



James, 1901. 285 



Gibb, Paul, second son of George Stegraan Gibb, Esq , 5, Holbeck Hill, 
Scarborough, aged 14, July 27. School 

Hardy, Olive, only son of Oswald Henry Hardy, Esq., Pencraig, Knuts- 
ford, aged 14, August 15. Left 1903. 2 School 

At a Tutor's, for Cambridge. 

Hirst, Charles Julius, second son of Thomas Julius Hirst, Esq., Meltham 
Hall, Huddersfield, aged 13, December 31. School 

Hugh-Jones, Llewellyn Arthur, eldest son of Llewellyn Hugh Jones, Esq., 
Brynmally, Wrexham, aged 13, May 18. School 

Scholai 1901. 

Hutchison, Ronald George Oliphant, third son of Henry William Hutchi- 
son, Esq., Eastbank, Kirkcaldy, Fife, aged 14, June 2, School 
Leonard, Hugh Robert, eldest son of Charles Hare Leonard, Esq., 

20, Princess Road, Finsbury Park, London, aged 14, July 

21. School 

North, Oharles Frederic John, elder son of Frederic Dudley North, Esq., 
(O.K. 1880), Perth, West Australia, aged 14, September 14. School 

Fownall, Henry Royds, younger son of Charles Assheton Whately 
Pownall, Esq., (O.K. 1862), 15, St. John's Park, Blackheath, aged 
13, November 19. School 

Rennoldson, Henry Francis, only son of James Henry Rennoldson, Esq., 
Ingleside, Westoe, South Shields, aged 14, September 5. School 

Simcox, John Lea, elder son of John Walford Simcox, Esq., Hall Green, 
Birmingham, aged 14, July 16. School 

Wallace, William Ernest, elder son of Roger William Wallace, Esq., K.C., 
36, Campden Hill Gardens, Kensington, London, aged 13, 
April 28. School 

Whitaker, Victor, youngest son of Jeremiah Whitaker, Esq , Esscroft, 
Burley-in-Wharfedale, aged 13, November 26. School 

Benn, Ion Bridges Hamilton, only son of Ion Hamilton Benn, Esq,, 42, St. 
John's Park, Blackheath, aged 14, June 14. Whitelaw 

Hornby, Hugh Leycester, eldest son of the Rev. Phipps John Hornby, 
(O.K. 1866), Vicarage, St. Michael's on- Wy re, aged 12, Novem- 
ber 20. Whitelaw 

Power, Edward George Hugh, eldest son of Edward John Power, Esq., 
(OR. 1873), "8, Gledhow Gardens, London, S.W., aged 14, 
July 23. Whitelaw 

Ransome, Geoffrey Cyril, younger son of the late Cyril Ransome, Esq., 22, 
Clifton Road, Rugby, aged 13, October 10. Whitelaw 

Russell, Andrew Laurence Noel, only son of George Alexander Russell, 
Esq., Glen Douglas, Jedburgh, N.B., aged 13, Nov. 17. Whitelaw 
Scholar 1901. 

Brown, James Cyril, younger son of Thomas Wright Brown, Esq., Wood- 
heys, 68, Palatine Road, West Didsbury, aged 14, May 25. 
Left 1902. Donkin 

Address, as above. 

Legge, Arthur Marston, younger son of Charles John Legge, Esq., 3, 
Grosvenor Place, Claughtou, aged 13, September 27. Donkin 

Scholar 1901. 



286 James, 1901. 



Novikoff, Maximilian, second son of Jacob Novikoff, Esq., Odessa, Russia, 
aged 13, June 6. Left 1904. 1 Donkiu 

Ogilvie, David Douglas, younger son of James Swan Ogilvie, Esq., 
Brackenbrae, Broughty Ferry, N.B., aged 14, Sepfc. 9. Donkin 

Okell, Frank Jackson, third son of George Okell, Esq., The Manor Bouse, 
Barrow, Chester, aged 14, Feb. 3. Donkin 

Rait-Kerr, Sylvester Cecil, second son of Sylvester Rait-Kerr, Esq., 
Rathmoyle, Edenderry, Ireland, aged 13, Oct. 14. Donkin 

Bailward, Theodore, third son of Henry Bail ward, Esq., Horsington Manor, 
Temple Combe, Somerset, aged 13, March 9. Collins 

Davies, Charles Hugh, eldest son of Thomas Davidson Davies, Esq , 9, 
Albert Road, Clifton, Bristol, aged 14, May 28. Collins 

G-arrett-Smith, Louis, eldest son of Godfrey Garrett- Smith, Esq., Suden- 
burg, Magdeburg, Germany, aged 15, Sept 12. Collins 

McMaster, Hugh, only son of Hugh Dunbar McMast.er, Esq , Gilford, Co. 
Down, Ireland, aged 14, March 11. Collins 

Ovens, Alexander Rutherford, second son of the late John Roberts Ovens, 
Esq., Edinburgh, aged 15, Sept. 6. Collins 

Scholar 1901. 

Podmore, Hubert, third son of George Podmore, Esq., Charney Hill, 
Grange-over- Sands, aged 13, November 21. Collins 

Scholar 1901. 

Stott, Edgar Shirley, fourth son of John Robert Stott, Esq., Bardsley 
House, Ashton-under-Lyme, aged 14, Feb. 28. Left 1904. 2 Collins 

Cairnes, Tom Algar Elliott, eldest son of William Plunket Cairnes, Esq , 
Stameen, Drogheda, Ireland, aged 13, June 7- Michell 

Crockford, Leslie Charles, elder son of Arthur Leslie Crockford, Esq , 
Hawthorn Lodge, Wylde Green, Birmingham, aged 14, 
June 4. Michell 

Dunlop, William Eric Brook, elder son of Arthur Brook Dunlop, Esq., 
The Howe, Windermere, aged 14, Dec. 13. Left 1904. 1 Michell 

Griffard, Campbell Walter, second son of George Campbell Giffard, Esq., 
Bulkeley House, Englefield Green, Surrey, aged 13, January 
31. Michell 

Ripley, Oswald Harbord, eldest son of Philip Edward Ripley, Esq., Bow- 
thorpe, Anglesea Road, Ipswich, aged 13, December 4. Michell 

Walker, James Scarlett Ascroft, eldest son of Thomas Ascroft Walker, 
Esq., 7, Cambridge Road, Southport, aged 13, Nov. 1. Michell 

Archer, Henry Allan Fairfax Best, eldest son of Major Henry Fairfax 
Best Archer, Thurston House, Bury St. Edmunds, aged 14, 
August 5. Steel 

Colmer, Graham John, only son of Joseph Grose Colmer, Esq , C.M.G., 
29, Eldon Road, Kensington, London, aged 14, July 13. Steel 

Duke, Reginald Franklyn Hare, only son of Rev. John Robert Hare Duke, 
Esq., Stevington Vicarage, Bedford, aged 13, December 29. Steel 

Scholar 1901. 



James, 1901. 287 



Eraser, James Howie, only son of Edward Cleather Fraser, Esq., The 
Castle, Beau Bassin, Mauritius, aged 13, April 4. Steel 

Micklem, Nathaniel, eldest son of Nathaniel Micklem, Esq., Northridge, 
Boxmoor, aged 13, April 10. Steel 

Rowden, Aldred Clement, only son of Aldred William Rowden, Esq., K.C., 
(O.K. 1864), 40, Cornwall Gardens, London, aged 12, Oct. 2. Steel 

Bell, Guy Kenyon, only son of the late John Kenyon Bell, Esq., Caron- 
delet, Cressington, Lancashire, aged 14, February 28. Brooke 

Bloxam, Richard Noel, only son of Francis Richard Turner Bloxam, Esq., 
(O.K. 1865), 12, Gordon Road, Baling, W., aged 13, December 25. 
Left 1902. 2 Brooke 

Went to Bradfield College. 

Brooke, Rupert Chawner, second son of William Parker Brooke, Esq., 
School Field, Rugby, aged 14, August 3. Brooke 

Scholar 1901. 

Bur t-Mar shall, David Bannerman, second son of the late James Burt- 
Marshall, Esq., Luncarty, Perth, aged 14, July 14. Brooke 

Bart-Marshall, William Marshall, third son of the late James Burt-Marshall, 
Esq., Luncarty, Perth, aged 14, July 14. Brooke 

Cornwall, James Handyside Marshall, only son of James Cornwall, Esq., 
Postmaster-General of the North-West Province of Oudh, India, 
aged 14, May 27. Brooke 

de Pass, Frank Alexander, second son of Eliot Arthur de Pass, Esq., 91, 
Lexham Gardens, Kensington, aged 14, April 26. Brooke 

FargUS, Frederick Brian Arthur, younger son of Henry Robert Fargus, 
Esq., Milton House, Strawberry Hill, Middlesex, aged 14, 
June 8. Brooke 

G-arrett, Victor Richard, fourth son of Frank Garrett, Esq., (O.K. 1860), 
Aldringham House, Saxmundham, aged 13, October 21. Brooke 

Keynes, Geoffrey Langdon, younger son of John Neville Keynes, Esq., 
M.D., 6, Harvey Road, Cambridge, aged 14, March 25. Brooke 

North, Kenneth Croft, elder son of Arthur North, Esq., Field Head, 
Stanby, Wakefield, aged 14, March 31. Brooke 

Russell-Smith, Hugh Francis, second son of Henry Russell-Smith, Esq., 
East View, Broadstairs, aged 14, August 11. Brooke 

Snowden, Harcourt John, younger son of the Rev. Harcourt Charles Vaux 
Snowden, Hildersham House, Sfc. Peter's, Kent, aged 13, 
December 12. Brooke 

Bowley, Alexander, eldest son of Albert Alexander Bowley, Esq., Flora 
Villas, Henfield, Sussex, aged 13, November 20. Stallard 

Scholar 1901. 

Christie, Lionel Ronald, fourth son of Jack Alexander Christie, Esq., The 
Chantry, Stan more, Middlesex, aged !4, August 15. Left 
1903. 3 Stallard 

Tatham, Cecil Francis, younger son of Rev. Francis Henry Tatham, Wing 
Vicarage, Leighton Buzzard, aged 14, August 20. Stallard 

Kershaw, Geoffrey Goodier, fifth son of James Kershaw, Esq., Holly 
House, Bury Old Road, Manchester, aged 14, July 18. Payne Smith 



288 James, 1901. 



Rendel, Andrew James, second son of James Meadows Rendel, Esq., 
1 5, Melbury Road, Kensington, London, aged 13, Apl. 9. .Payne Smith 

Bennett, Clement Wheeler, only son of John Wheeler Bennett, Esq., 
Ravensbourne, Keston, Kent, aged 14, March 8. Collins 

Barton, Philip Augustine, third son of Frederick Merryweather Burton, 
Esq., (O.K. 1842), Highfield, Gainsborough, aged 14, August 26. 
Leftl903. 3 Donkin 



Cott, Alfred William, eldest son of Rev. Arthur Mackenzie Cott, Ashby 
Magna Vicarage, Lutter worth, aged 14, March 8. Left 
1902. 2 Payne Smith 

Davis, Bernard Eric, second son of Edward Prosser Davis, Esq., 17, Lenton 
Road, The Park, Nottingham, aged 13, December 7. Michell 

Gurney, Kenneth Gerard, eldest son of Walter Gerard Gurney, Esq., 
12, Wellington Square, Cheltenham, aged 14, June 6. Donkin 

Hartigan, Dermot McKnight, only son of William FTartigan, Esq., M.D., 
Hong Kong, aged 14, October 16. Donkin 

Roderick, Hume Buckley, eldest son of William Buckley Roderick, Esq., 
Fronheulog, Llanelly, aged 14, June 17. Collins 

Swindells, Francis Harold, second son of Francis Edward Swindells, Esq., 
Longton Hall, Preston, aged 14, July 22. Donkin 

Chapman, Harry, only son of the late Frederick Chapman, Esq., Rue des 
Tribunaux, Dieppe, France, aged 14, Aug. 12. Left 1902. 3 Town* 

Dhani, Mom Chow, second son of Krom Mune Bidyalabh, Banghok, Siam, 
aged 15, Nov. 7. Town* 

Fabricius, Leslie, second son of the late Hans Ditlev Fabricius, Hamar, 
Norway, aged 13, Nov. 12. Stallard 

Barbrook, Leslie Gordon, only son of the late William Henry Barbrook, 
Esq., Shepperton, Middlesex, aged 13, April 15. Collins 

Blatherwick, Thomas, eldest son of Thomas Blatherwick, Esq., Oakfield, 
Knutsford, Cheshire, aged 14, Aug. 31. Donkin 

Levinstein, Gerald Edward, third son of Ivan Levinstein, Esq., Hawkes- 
moor, Fallowfield, Manchester, aged 14, June 24. Brooke 

Sing, Laurence Millington. elder son of Alexander Millington Sing, Esq., 
Fernlea, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, aged 13, Oct. 5. Donkin 

Turner, Arthur George, eldest son of Charles Walter Turner, Esq., 
Selwyn Lodge, Solihull, aged 14, Sept. 23. Town* 

Died at School, December, 1902. 

Dickinson, Ronald Francis Bickersteth, second son of George Dickinson, 
Esq., 23, Abercromby Square, Liverpool, aged 13, Jan. 19. Steel 

Macdonald, James Leslie Auld, only son of Thomas Macdonald, Esq., 13, 
Howard Place, St. Andrew's, Fife, aged 14, March 27. Stallard 

Jarrold, Esmond Vavasseur, second son of the late Samuel John 

James Jarrold, Esq., Lowestoft, aged 14, February 1. Left 

1904. 2 Stallard 
Armstrong and Whitworth's Works, Manchester. 



James, 1902. 289 



Taylor, James Wood, only son of Colin Taylor, Esq., The Bury Cottage, 
Rickmans worth, aged 14, May 22. Left 1904. 2 Stallard 

In business. 

Ede, Cuthbert, youngest son of the Rev. Canon William Edward Moore 
Ede, Whitburn Rectory, Sunderland, aged 14, February 17. Steel 

Sharp, John Herbert, eldest son of John Sharp, Esq., Balmuir, Dundee, 
aged 14, May 11. Watson Stallard 

Yates, John Henry Samuel, only son of Albert Henry Samuel Yates, Esq., 
167, Lodge Lane, Sefton Park, Liverpool, aged 14, Feb. 9. Donkin 

Duke, Mervyn Oliver Molesworth, only son of Thomas Duke, Esq., 
33, Bilton Road, Rugby, aged 14, October 17. Town 

Ganderton, Martin Noel, eldest son of the late Martin Ganderton, Esq., 
of Clifton House, Pershore, and 32, Clifton Road, Rugby, aged 14, 
September 12- Left 1904. 2 Town 

To be an Electrical Engineer. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1902. 

Hancock, Ralph Ernest, only son of Frank Escott Hancock, Esq., Ford, 
Wiveliscombe, aged 14, December 28. School 

Percival, Charles Arthur Ernest, only son of Charles Ernest Percival, 
Esq., 42, Highbury Park, London, N., aged 14, Nov. 10. School 

Filter, Charles, younger son of Robert Filter, Esq , 176, Avenue de 
Neuilly, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, aged 14, August 9. School 

Steell, John Walter Graham, only son of Graham Steell, Esq., M.D., 75, 
Nelson Street, Manchester, aged 14, Sept. 5. School 

Webb, Stephen Foster, sixth son of Edward Alfred Webb, Esq., Cookham 
Dene, Chislehurst, aged 1 3, February 10. School 

Don, Frederick William Robertson, eldest son of Gilbert William Don, 

Esq., Clocksbriggs House, Forfar, aged 13, January 24. Left 

1904. 2 Whitelaw 
Left in ill-health. 

Eccles, Joseph Louis, elder son of Alexander Thomas Eccles, Esq., The 
Grange, Darwen, aged 14, December 5. Whitelaw 

Burton, Cecil David Fowler, eldest son of David Fowler Burton, Esq., 
(O.K. 1872), Cherry Burton, Beverley, aged 14, Sept. 13. Donkin 

Pope, Philip Gladstone, only son of Sydney Philips Pope, Esq., 5, Manaton 
Terrace, Exeter, aged 14, August 11. Collins 

Agnew, Alan Graeme, third son of Charles Morland Agnew, Esq., (O.K. 
1869), 70, Westbourne Terrace, London, aged 14, Dec. 6. Michell 

Ellis-Danvers, Gerald Rochfort, eldest son of Edmund Henry Ellis- 
Dan vers, Esq., (o.R. 1855), 17, Elm Park Gardens, Chelsea, London, 
aged 13, June 30. Michell 

Hirst, Gerald Scott, elder son of Colonel Thomas Edward Hirst, 5, 
Bramham Gardens, London, S.W., aged 14, Dec. 27. Michell 

Holt, Frederic Appleby, eldest son of Edwyn Holt, Esq., Appleby House, 
Rusholme, Manchester, aged 13, May 7. Michell 

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290 James, 1902. 



Pawling, Claud Heaton, only son of Sydney Southgate Pawling, Esq., 55, 
Frognal, Hampstead, London, aged 14, October 21. Steel 

Siiieathman, Julian Missenden, second son of Lovel Smeathman, Esq., 
South Hill, Herael Hempstead, aged 14, Dec. 26. Steel 

Gllliatt, Harold, elder son of Arthur Gilliatt, Esq., Allerton Lodge, Moor 
Allerton, Leeds, aged 13, Jan. 24. Brooke 

Goldie, George Henry, only son of Robert Henry Goldie, Esq., Caradi- 
goody Estate, Travancore, India, aged 13, June 1. Brooke 

Lysaght, Edgeworth, elder son of Sidney Royse Lysaght, Esq., Banwell 
Castle, Somerset, aged 14, Nov. 6. Brooke 

Oliver, Thomas Herbert, elder son of Thomas Andrew Oliver, Esq., South- 
field House, Bramcote, Notts, aged 14, Dec. 31. Brooke 

Rutherford, John Hughes, only son of William Watson Rutherford, Esq., 
Heathfield House, Wavertree, Liverpool, aged 14, October 31. 
Left 1903. 1 Brooke 

A Student in the University of Liverpool. Address, as above. 

Brock, Arthur Gordon, only son of Rev. Frederick Davies Brock, Kirk- 
levington Yicarage, Tarm, Yorkshire, aged 14, Aug. 25. Stallard 

Cobb, Herbert Edmund, fifth son of Herbert Mansfield Cobb, Esq. (O.K. 
1866), Mockbeggar, Rochester, aged 13, Sept. 9. Payne Smith 

Hett, Leonard Keir, second son of Henry Herbert Hett, Esq , Hapstead, 
Ardingley, Sussex, aged 14, Sept. 9. Payne Smith 

Nalder, Leonard Fielding, eldest son of Fielding Herbert Nalder, Esq., 28, 
Draycott Place, Cadogan Gardens, London, aged 14, Jan. 1. Steel 

Daw, Charles Bennett, eldest son of William Adams Daw, Esq., The 
Grange, Baling, aged 14, Nov. 5. Michell 

Kilvert, Vernon, elder son of Nicholas Kilvert, Esq., Woodcourt, Brook- 
lands, Cheshire, aged 14, June 30. Donkin 

West, John Frankland. eldest son of Samuel Hatch West, Esq., M.D., 15, 
Wimpole Street, London, aged 13, February 8. Payne Smith 

Kent, Geoffrey Harcourt, elder son of Captain Herbert Harcourt Kent, 
Stoborough, Sandgate, aged 14, May 19. Collins 

Kent, Leighton Udall, son of Walter George Kent, Esq., Ben Hale, 
Stanmore, aged 14, April 16. Collins 

Millar, Arthur Liberty, only son of James Millar, Esq., M.D., Glenbarr, 
2, Mapperley Road, Nottingham, aged 14, September 22. Stallard 

Entwisle, Arthur, second son of Arthur John Entwisle, Esq., Roy House, 
Heaton, Bolton, aged 14, January 4. Donkin 

Williams, William Willoughby, eldest son of Sir William Grenville 
Williams, Bart., Pangwern, Rhuddlan, Flintshire, aged 13, 
February 11. Donkin 

Norton, Bernard George, elder son of the Rev. George Norton, 38, Albert 
Street, Rugby, aged 13, May 29. Town 

Vesey-PitzG-erald, William Herbert Leslie, second son of William Gerald 
Vesey-FitzGerald, Esq., (O.K. 1863), Ellesmero, Rugby, aged 12, 
October 23. Town 



James, 1902. 291 



ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1902. 

Bowring, Trevor, third son of the late George Edward Bowring, Esq., 
Saxonbury, Upper Long Ditton, aged 14, November 8. School 

XV. 1903. XI. 1904. 

Rewcastle, Cuthberfc Snowball, only son of Cuthbert Rewcastle, Esq., 5, 
Brandling Park, Newcastle-on-Tyne. aged 14, Feb. 21. School 

Satterthwaite, Reginald Edward, younger son of Colonel Edward 
Satterthwaite, (O.K. 1871), Windermere, Bromley, aged 13, 
March 6. School 

Lester, Edward Gabriel, fourth son of the Rev. John Moore Lester, (O.K. 
1865), Hazel wood, Shooter's Hill, Kent, aged 14, March 11. 
Leftl902. 2 Whitelaw 

Home address, Yarcombe Vicarage, Chard. 

Smith, William Herbert Rawdon, second son of Francis Rawdon Smith, 
Esq., (O.K. 1866), 14, Bertram Road, Sefton Park, Liverpool, aged 
14, October 24. Left 1904. 1 Whitelaw 

Chaworth-Musters, George Patricius, eldest son of John Patricius 
Chaworth-Musters, Esq., Annesley Park, Nottingham, aged 13, 
June 14. Collins 

Tilden, Philip Armstrong, only son of Professor William Augustus Tilden, 
The Oaks, Northwood, Middlesex, aged 14, May 31. ~ Collins 

Joynson, Ralph, younger son of Edward Walter Joynson, Esq., (O.K. 1855), 
Dunham House, Altrincham, aged 13, September 28. Michell 

Turner, Ronald Walford, second son of Hugh Turner, Esq., Bentley, 
Ipswich, aged 14, March 22. Michell 

Pitt, Robert Brindley, only son of Walter Pitt, Esq., South Stoke House, 
Bath, aged H, April 18. Steel 

Allan, Alexander Claud, younger son of Major-General William Allan, 45, 
Manor Place, Edinburgh, aged 14, February 10. Brooke 

Harvey, James, eldest son of James Eugene Harvey, Esq., Elmsdale, 
Sefton Park, Liverpool, aged 13, May 6. Left 1904. 2 Brooke 

Ellis, Charles Swinford, only son of Charles Frederic Ellis, Esq., Minster 
Lodge, Ormskirk, aged 13, September 6. Stallard 

Mackinnon, Duncan, third son of Duncan Mackinnon, Esq., 16, Hyde Park 
Square, London, aged 14, September 29. Stallard 

Musson, Eric Mebhven, younger son of Christopher Joseph Musson, Esq., 
London, aged 14, March 18. Stallard 

Phillips, Louis Patrick Charles, son of the late Decimus Faudrey Phillips, 
Esq., 21, Ranelagh Grove, Buckingham Palace Road, London, 
aged 14, March 1. Left 1904. 1 Stallard 

Wodehouse, Philip Edward Berkeley, son of Colonel R. B. Wodehouse, 
12, Stanhope Gardens, London, aged 14, November 20. Left 
1903. 1 Stallard 

Pattinson, Hugh Lee, eldest son of Hugh Lee Pattinson, Esq., 7, Windsor 
Crescent, Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 13, August 21. Payne Smith 



292 James, 1902. 



Southam, Arthur Hughes, younger son of Frederic Armitage Southam, 
Esq., M.D., (O.R. 1866), Highlea, Nelson Street, Manchester, aged 
13, June 27- Left 1904. 1 Payne Smith 

Evans, Lionel Thorngate, second son of Charles Evans, Esq., 6, Park 
Place, Cardiff, aged 14, January 15. Collins 

Ferguson, Robert Hamilton, eldest son of Harold Stuart Ferguson, Esq., 
Travandrum, Travancore, India, aged 13, June 6. Donkin 

Macdonell, Hamish, only son of Alexander Macdonell, Esq., Patna, Bengal, 
India, aged 12, May 16. Brooke 

BengOUgh, John Crosbie, elder son of the late John Alan George Bengough, 
Esq., The Ridge, Wootton-under-Kdge, aged 13, Oct. 26. Stallard 

Irwin, Patrick Hugh, third son of Delacherois Hastings Irwin, Esq., 
Hayeswood, Horlford, Cheshire, aged 14, March 20. Collins 

Welch, James Johnson, youngest son of William Gibbins Welch, Esq., 
Hampson, Lancaster, aged 13, June 10. Whitelaw 

Lupton, Maurice, second son of Francis Martineau Lupton, Esq., Rock- 
land, Newton Park, Leeds, aged 14, June 4. Collins 

Ruddock, Cyril Beadon Surrage, third son of Noblett Surrage Ruddock, 
Esq., Stookland, Palace Road, Streatham Hill, London, aged 13, 
May 13. Donkin 

Willis, George Bertram, only son of George Harry Willis, Esq., Dorunda, 
Castelnau, Barnes, Surrey, aged 14, November 12. Brooke 

Brown, John Clifford, third son of John Brown, Esq., 36, North Street, 
Rugby, aged 13, November 14. Town 

Gooke, Cyril John Shapleigh, only son of Captain William Nevinson 
Macdonald Cooke, Clevedon Lodge, Rugby, aged 13, June 13. Town 

Eaton-Shore, Norbury, fourth son of James Eaton-Shore, Esq., Ditton 
House, Rugby, aged 14, Angust 27. Town 

Hobley, Wallis Edward, youngest son of the late Edward Hobley, Esq., 
18, High Street, Rugby, aged 14, December 14. Town 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1902. 

Butler, Leonard Gray, eighth son of Spencer Perceval Butler, Esq., (o.R. 
1 84 1 ), 2, Collingham Place, London, aged 1 2, No v. 1 . School 

Scholar 1902. 

Ewens, Bernard Creasy, only son of Creasy Ewens, Esq., Hong Kong, 
aged 13, December 14. School 

Franklyn, Geoffrey Ernest Warren, younger son of Colonel William 
Edmund Franklyn, (o.R. 1870), Redoubt House, Shorncliffe, aged 
13, August 26. School 

Hughes, Norman Alfred, only son of the Rev. Joshua Pritchard Hughes, 
Yicarage, Llantrisant, Glamorgan, aged 14, Sept. 6. School 

Macfarlane-Grieve, Reginald William, eldest son of William Alexander 
Macfarlane-Grieve, Esq., Impington Park, Cambridge, aged 15, 
February 8. School 

Sharpe, Lancelot Arthur Basil, only son of the late Rev. Lancelot Lambert 
Sharpe, Vicar of Brixton, aged 14, January 15. School 



James, 1902. 293 



Simcoz, William Martin, younger son of John Walford Simcox, Esq., J.P., 
Kyott's Lake, Hall Green, Birmingham, aged 13, June 28. School 

Wootten, Richard Montague, elder son of Montagu William Wootten, Esq., 
(O.K. 1865), White Lodge, Headington, Oxford, aged 13, June 
19. School 

Freeman, Wilfred Rhodes, third son of William Robert Freeman, Esq., 
29, Cambridge Square, London, aged 14, July 18. Donkin 

Hancock, William Frederick Watkins, eldest son of William Frederick 
Watkins Hancock, Esq., Glebe Fields, Guildford, aged 14, 
February 17. Donkin 

Patrick, Paul Joseph, only son of Rev. John Arthur Patrick, Wangford 
Vicarage, Suffolk, aged 13, October 6. Donkin 

Pitt, James Maxwell, younger son of Colonel William Pitt, R.E., Wood- 
lands, South Farnborough, aged 14, August 23. Donkin 

Arnold, Ferdinand Franck William, eldest son of Franck Thomas Arnold, 
Esq., Ph.D., (o.R. 1875J, St. Margaret's, Llandaff, aged 14, March 
19. Whitelaw 

Batt, John Dorrington, second son of Charles Dorrington Batt, Esq., 
Witney, Oxori, aged 14, April 18. Whitelaw 

Foster, Henry Evans, only son of the late Frederick William Foster, Esq., 
Twickenham, aged 13, January 29- Whitelaw 

Scholar 1902. 

Goodwin, Henry Arthur Christopher, only son of John Henry Herbert 
Goodwin, Esq., Jesus College, Cambridge, aged 14, February 
28. Whitelaw 

Humphry, Alexander Murchison, third son of Alfred Paget Humphry, 
Esq., (O.R. 1863), Foxton House, Royston, aged 14, September 
17. Whitelaw 

Langdon, Wilfrid Max, second son of Edward Henry Langdon, Esq., 

13, Palatine Road, West Didsbury, Manchester, aged 13, February 

14. Whitelaw 
Scholar 1902. 

MacLehose, Norman Crawford, younger son of Norman Macmillan Mac- 
Lehose, Esq., 13, Queen Anne Street, Cavendish Square, London, 
aged 13, April 21. Whitelaw 

Pattisson, Frederick Edward, elder son of Frederick Luard Pattisson, Esq., 
New House, Sevenoaks, aged 13, October 21. Whitelaw 

Pinkerton, Cecil Eustace Hill, only son of Eustace Pinkerton, Esq., 
87, Vanbrugh Park, Blackheath, London, aged 14, December 3. 
Leftl902. 8 Whitelaw 

Left in ill-health after three weeks. 

Powell, Lawrence, only son of Herbert Andrew Powell, Esq., M.D., 
Piccard's Rough, Guildford, aged 13, December 11. Whitelaw 

Procter, Roger Cecil, younger son of Christopher William Cecil Procter, 
Esq., (O.K. 1867), 8, Fellows Road, S. Harnpstead, aged 13, 
October 23. Whitelaw 

Smith, Arthur Gilliat, only son of Harold Gilliat Smith, Esq., St- 
Leonard's-on-Sea, aged 14, July 3. Whitelaw 



294 James, 1902. 



Swanzy, Robert Edward, third son of Francis Swanzy, Esq., (O.K. 1869), 
Heathfield, Sevenoaks, aged 14, July 17. Whitelaw 

Jackson, Bertram Washington, elder son of the late James Washington 
Jackson, Esq., Town Thorns, near Rugby, aged 13, February 
19. Whitelaw 

Ghiedalla, Philip, only son of David Guedalla, Esq., 9, Marlborough Road, 
St. John's Wood, London, aged 13, March 12. Collins 

Scholar 1902. 

Hartcup, Roderick Edward, younger son of William Thomas Hartcup, 
Esq., (O.K. 1862), Eastwood, Old Oatton, Norfolk, aged 13, 
January 20. Collins 

Collins, Geoffrey Abdy, third son of Philip George Collins, Esq., The 
Park, Beckenham, aged 14, June 5. Michell 

Cowley, George Evelyn only son of Arthur Cowley, Esq., Elmwood, Hill- 
bury Road, Balham, London, aged 14, April 18. Michell 

Scholar 1902. 

Ellis, Walter Affleck, only son of Commander Gerald Arthur Ellis, R.N., 
Halton House, Spilsby, aged 13, February 28. Michell 

Isaacs, Gerald Rufus, only son of Rufus Daniel Isaacs, Esq., K.O., 24, 
Palace Court, London, aged 13, January 10. Michell 

Maxwell, Archibald Basil Henry, only son of Lieut.-Colonel Archibald 
Boyd Maxwell, Manchester Regiment, aged 14, May 4. Michell 

Penny, Thomas Edward Eraser, only son of the Rev. Fraser Hyslop Penny, 
11, Banbury Road, Oxford, aged 13, October 10. Michell 

Watson, Charles Challinor, elder son of Charles Watson, Esq., Wood 
View, Leek, Staffs, aged 13, April 28. Michell 

Campbell, Aubone Charles, younger son of Robert Macgregor Campbell, 
Esq., (o.R. 1865), Huntley Hall, Cheadle, aged 14, July 31. Steel 

Conybeare, John Josias,only son of Frederick Cornwallis Conybeare, Esq., 
Norham Gardens, Oxford, aged 13, December 13. Steel 

Hatton, George Arthur Lyon, younger son of George Hatton, Esq., Salt- 
wells House, Brierley Hill, aged 14, May 15. Steel 

Monier-Williams, Oraufurd Victor, fourth son of Monier Faithful Monier- 
Williams, Esq., (o.n. 1862), The Lammas, Esher, aged 14, February 
18. Steel 

Siepinann, Harry Arthur, elder son of Otto Siepmann, Esq., Percival 
House, Clifton, Bristol, aged 12, October 1. Steel 

Scholar 1902. 

Stoop, Frederick Macfarlane, younger son of Frederick Cornelius Stoop, 
Esq., West Hall, Byfleet, Surrey, aged 14, September 17. Steel 

Cardew, John Westbury, third son of Major Philip Cardew, R.E., May- 
bury Wood, Woking, aged 13, July 3. Brooke 

Dawson, Harry, younger son of Charles William Dawson, Esq., 65, Shooter's 
Hill Road. Blackheath, aged 14, April 25. Brooke 

Scholar 1902. 



James, 1902. 295 



Eden, Henry Charles Hamilton, only son of Charles Hamilton Eden, Esq., 
Penallt, Sketty, R.S.O., Glamorganshire, aged 13, Marchl2. Brooke 

Ross Hume, Percy Gilbert, younger son of Capb. James Alexander Ross 
Hume, Golden Farm, Cirencester, aged 14, September 13. Brooke 

MacCunn, Francis John, elder son of Professor John MacCunn, 20, Croxteth 
Road, Liverpool, aged 14, September 13. Brooke 

Scholar 1902. 

Pillman, Joseph Hnrrell, eldest son of Joseph Charles Pillman, Esq , The 
Cottage, Footscray, Kent, aged 14, June 7. Brooke 

Russell-Smith. Denham, third son of Henry Russell-Smith, Esq., East 
View, Broadstairs, Kent, aged 13, December 16. Brooke 

Saunt, William Henry Gatty, only son of Thomas Ernest Saunt, Esq , 
12,Telford Avenue, Streatham Hill, London, aged 13, Oct. 1. Brooke 

Scholar 1902. 

Sinclair, Kenneth Duncan Lecky, third son of the Right Hon. Thomas 
Sinclair, Hopefield, Belfast, aged 13, June 13. Brooke 

Wright, George William Barrington, only son of the Hon. Mr. Justice 
George Wright, 1, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, aged 13, March 
13. Brooke 

Gri'ierson, John Armitage, elder son of Charles Edward Grierson, Esq., 
Walton Hall, Walton-le-Dale, aged 13, November 3. Stallard 

Hay, Alexander Cyril, younger son of James Malcolm Hay, Esq., Brathay 
Hall, Ambleside, aged 14, June 6. Stallard 

MacGregOr, Malcolm, only son of Peter MacGregor, Esq., Albert House, 
Rashcliffe, Huddersfield, aged 14, September 2. Stallard 

Owston, Clifford Scott, only son of William Albert Owston, Esq., Barrow- 
dale, West Hill, Sydenham, aged 13, June 8. Stallard 

Pilkington, Frederick Mervyn Fosbery, only son of William Handcock 
Pilkington, Esq., Haggard, Carbury, Ireland, aged 13, October 
26. Stallard 

Scougal, Kenneth Hirst, elder son of the late Edward Fowler Scougal, 
Esq., M.D , Huddersfield, aged 15, June 13. Stallard 

Sewell, Thomas Jackson Elliott, third son of Rev. Thomas Jackson Sewell, 
Lynsted Vicarage, Sittingbourne, aged 13, October 25. Stallard 

Scholar 1902. 

Wilson, Bassett Fitzgerald, only son of Maurice Fitzgerald Wilson, Esq., 
Castle Avenue, Dover, aged 14, September 1. Stallard 

Buist, Alexander Allardice, eldest son of John Charles Buist, Esq.,Balgillo, 
Broughty Ferry, N.B., aged 13, March 20. Wilson 

Carus- Wilson, Frederick Maynard, second son of Rev. Frederick Neville 
Cams - Wilson, Sundridge Rectory, Sevenoaks, aged 14, 
July 3. ' Wilson 

Marshall, Walter Kinsman, only son of Lewis Walter Marshall, Esq., 
Ropewalk, Nottingham, aged 14, March 26. Wilson 

Percival, Helier George, only son of Rev. Charles James Percival, 
Nassington Vicarage, Wansford, aged 14, June 12. Wilson 



296 James, 1902. 



Wane, Horace Basil, elder son of Rev. Innes Bourguine Wane, Castle 
Ashby Eectory, Northampton, aged 14, April 11. Wilson 

White, Edward John, second son of George White, Esq., Rawcliffe, Skelton 
Road, York, aged 15, October 8. Wilson 

Scholar 1902. 

Booth, Allen Lay land, only son of Allen Lister Booth, Esq., Stourton 
Ford, Ilkley, aged 13, October 17. Collins 

Hume-Gore, Gavin Robert Vernon, elder son of the late Capt. George 
Robert Vernon Hume-Gore, Seaforth Highlanders, 21, Royal 
Crescent, Clifton, Bristol, aged 14, July 23. Stallard 

Bradshaw, James Sutcliffe, only son of James Arnold Bradshaw, Esq., 
Blundellsands, Liverpool, aged 15, August 18. Left 1903. 3 Town* 

Leechmau, Colin Barclay, younger son of George Barclay Leechman, Esq., 
The Ridge House, Wimbledon, aged 14, May 8. Donkin 

Smith, William Francis Bensted, only son of the late William Bensted 
Smith, Esq., Kirtle House, Bromley, Kent, aged 14, March 
14. Collins 

Butler, Arthur Stanley George, only son of Professor Arthur Stanley 
Butler, St. Andrew's University, aged 14, September 23. Whitelaw 

Crosse, Richard Banastre, elder son of Capt. Robert Legh Crosse, 36, Park 
Avenue, Southport, aged 14, April 17. Donkin 

Johnstone, John CunlifFe, elder son of John Dodds Johnstone, Esq., The 
Tower, Pool, Leeds, aged 14, May 12. Michell 

Leckie, John Harvey, only son of Charles Stuart Leckie, Esq., Little 
Cassiobury, Watford, aged 13, July 16. Donkin 

Miller, Charles Cecil, only son of George Miller, Esq., 36, Queen's Gardens, 
Lancaster Gate, London, aged 14, July 20. Michell 

Norie-Miller, Stanley, younger son of Francis Norie- Miller, Esq., Cleeve, 
Perth, N.B., aged 14, August 4 Donkin 

Cook, Adrian Henry, third son of Henry Cook, Esq., 22, Eglinton Crescent, 
Edinburgh, aged 13, January 2. Wilson 

Pearson, Hugh Watson, only son of Hugh William Pearson, Esq., West 
Garth, Malton, Torks, aged 14, August 27. Donkin 

Drinkwater, John Roddam, third son of George Drinkwater, Esq., Kirby, 
Douglas, Isle of Man, aged 14, April 20. Steel 

Ravenscroft, Stanley, second son of Samuel Ravenscroft, Esq., Brathay, 
Oxton, Cheshire, aged 14, May 21. Wilson 

Ball, Harold, third son of Thomas Allen Ball, Esq., 4, Murray Road, Rugby, 
aged 12, February 2. Town 

Ball, Percy, fourth son of the above Thomas Allen Ball, Esq., 4, Murray 
Road, Rugby, aged 12, February 2. Town 

Tayler, Ralph Winstanley, fifth son of the late Rev. George Wood Henry 
Tayler, 22, Chaucer Road, Bedford, aged 12, March 31. Town 

Scholar 1902. 



James, 1903. 297 



Wanstall, Humphrey John Boraston, son of the late Rev. Richard Cotterill 
Wanstall, Condover Rectory, Salop, aged 13, May 28. Town 

Gumming, Charles Linnaeus, only son of Linnaeus Gumming, Esq., East- 
field, Rugby, aged 13, October 15. Town 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1903. 

Clark, Henry Douglas, younger son of George Smith Clark, Esq., Dun- 
lambert, Belfast, aged 13, February 9. School 

Cunningham, Robert, third son of Danson Cunningham, Esq., Eddesbury, 
West Derby, Liverpool, aged 13, February 25. School 

Dickson, Joseph William Edmund, only son of Edmund Dickson, Esq., 
2, Starkie Street, Preston, aged 13, February 28. School 

Garrett, Ronald Thornbury, third son of Samuel Garrett, Esq.,(o.n. 1865), 

13, Nottingham Place, London, aged 14, November 5. School 

Barker, Raymond Inglis Palgrave, third son of the Rev. Rowland Vectis 
Barker, Bramford Vicarage, Ipswich, aged 13, April 3. Whitelaw 

Broadbent, William Keighley Benedict, only son of Benjamim Broadbent, 
Esq., Gatesgarth, Lindley, Huddersfield, aged 14, January 

14. Whitelaw 

Eckhard, Oscar Philip, only son of Gustav Conrad Eckhard, Esq., Ford 
Lane, Didsbury, Manchester, aged 14, September 3. Whitelaw 

G-rierson, Frederick Vedast, third son of Sir Alexander Davidson 
Grierson, Bart., Paragon House, Blackheath, London, aged 14 
November 28. Whitelaw 

Irvin, Ardern Douglas, only son of Joseph Henry Irvin, Esq., M.D., Queen 
Square, Lancaster, aged 13, February 2. Whitelaw 

Williams, Eric Hugh, only son of Hugh John Marcus Williams, Esq., 3, 
Cambalt Road, Putney, London, S.W., aged 13, June 2. Whitelaw 

Collis, Maurice Stewart, eldest son of William Stewart Collis,Esq.,Kylmore, 
Killiney, Co. Dublin, aged 14, January 10. Collins 

Daw, William Fabyan Bennett, third son of William Adams Daw, Esq., 
The Grange, Baling, aged 13, February 24. Michell 

Perkins, Francis Arthur, eldest son of John Edward Sharman Perkins, 
Esq., Park Road, 'Peterborough, aged 13, February 26. Michell 

Walker, Basil Scarisbrock, second son of Thomas Ascroffc Walker, Esq., 
7, Cambridge Road, Southport, aged 13, July 6. Michell 

Curwen, Cecil Niel, elder son of Thomas Cecil Curwen, Esq., 9, Oak Hill 
Park, Hampstead, London, aged 13, February 27. Brooke 

Hess, John Mark Livingston, second son of Dr. Adolphus Hess, 1, North 
Hill Road, Headingley, Leeds, aged 13, April 23. Brooke 

Kaye, Henry Gordon, only son of Joseph Henry Kaye, Esq., Norwood, 
Huddersfield, aged 13, February 24. Brooke 

Andrewes, Hugh William, younger son of Claude de Jamineau Andrewes, 
Esq., 24, Onslow Gardens, London, S.W., aged 13, Feb. 24. Steel 

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Maude, Ronald Edmund, younger son of Edmund Maude, Esq., (O.K. 1869), 
11, Broadlands Road, Highgate, aged 14, November 5. Leffc 
1904. 3 Steel 

Address, Hampton Hill, Middlesex. 

Davenport, Frank Maturin, only son of Alfred Davenport, Esq., (o.R. 1863), 
43, Evelyn Gardens, London, S.W., aged 14, August 30. Stallard 

Hammond, Charles Petrie, third son of Henry Halbury Hammond, Esq., 
Valparaiso House, Sefton Park, Liverpool, aged 14, November 
14. Stallard 

Hodgson, George Graham, elder son of George Goodfellow Graham 
Hodgson, Esq., M.D., The Cedars, Chertsey, aged 13, March 
20. Stallard 

Sawdon, George Ernest, youngest son of Richard Ainsworth Sawdon,Esq., 
31, Stanley Road, Whalley Range, Manchester, aged 14, June 
9. Stallard 

Heywood, Cyril Garnett, elder son of the late James Garnett Heywood, 
Esq., Sutherland Avenue, London, aged 14, Nov. 5. Steel 

Prescot, Rupert Warre Keir, second son of Charles Warre Prescot, Esq., 
(o.u. 1851), King's Pyon House, Weobley, aged 14, Dec. 13. Steel 

Thomson, John Bathurst, only son of David George Thomson, Esq., M.D., 
Thorpe End, Thorpe, Norwich, aged 13, Jan. 29. Wilson 

Armstrong Lushington Tulloch, Kinmont Willie, younger son of the late 
Willie Armstrong Lushington Tulloch, Esq., Shanbolard, Moyard, 
Letterfrack, G-alway, Ireland, aged 13, March 1. Donkin 

Hartley, Bernard, younger son of Rev. Rathbone Hartley, Simpson Hill, 
Heywood, Manchester, aged 14, August 16. Donkin 

Ridsdale, Harold Hyde, younger son of Langford Ridsdale, Esq., Kelfield 
Lodge, Streetly, Sutton Coldfield, aged 13, Nov. 10. Brooke 

Turner, Thomas Edwin, elder son of Charles Walter Turner, Esq., Selwyn 
Lodge, Solihull, aged 13, January 27. 

Wheatcroft, George Hanson, fifth son of George Hanson Wheatcroft, Esq., 
Waltham House, Wirks worth, aged 14, August 26. School 

Pearson, Robert Chilton, only son of Alfred Chilfcon Pearson, Esq., Nateby, 
Warlingham, Surrey, aged 14, June 8. Wilson 

Gruppy, Francis Henry, eldest son of Henry Charles Guppy, Esq., Bank 
House, Rugby, aged 13, July 6. Town 

Henderson, Hamilton Brown Lord, only son of Robert Wilson Henderson, 
Esq., M.D., 77, Clifton Road, Rugby, aged 13, August 10. Town 

Hunter, Samuel Arthur, second son of Thomas Hunter, Esq., Elmhurst, 
Rugby, aged 13, April 30. Town 

Simmonds, William Alfred, son of William Thomas Simmonds, Esq., 
Elborow School, Rugby, aged 12, March 15. Town 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1903. 

Meredith, Hugh Redhead, second son of Samuel Redhead Meredith, Esq., 
The Cottage, Bramley, Leeds, aged 14, February 6. School 



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Paton, Edward Richmond, elder son of James Richmond Paton, Esq., 
Brookdown, Grassendale, Liverpool, aged 13, May 16. Whitelaw 

Sadler, Michael Thomas Harvey, only son of Michael Ernest Sadler, Esq., 
(O.K. 1875), Eastwood, Weybridge, aged 14, Dec. 25. Whitelaw 

Higgins, Percy Clynton, only son of the late Lieut. -Colonel Richard 
Higgins, King's Own Scottish Borderers, aged 14, June 11. Donkin 

Davies, John Christopher, second son of Thomas Davidson Davies, Esq., 
9, Albert Road, Clifton, Bristol, aged 14, February 2. Collins 

Pell, Michael Edwin, elder son of Lieut.-Colonel Edwin James Fell, Tilley 
House, Wem, aged 13, August 8. Collins 

Mein- Austin, Reginald, eldest son of James John Mein- Austin, Esq., 51, 
Bromham Road, Bedford, aged 14, December 9. Collins 

Brunton, Douglas, only son of Hubert Bruuton, Esq., Hillingdon, St. 
Albans, aged 14, April 25, Steel 

Mitchell, Robert Noel, only son of Robert Mitchell, Esq., Ailesbury House, 
Merrion, Co. Dublin, aged 13, December 4. Steel 

Tylden, James Richard, only son of Richard James Tilden, Esq., (O.K. 1867), 
Milsted Manor, Sittingbourne, Kent, aged 14, April 26. Brooke 

Armitage, Stephen Cecil, elder son of Stephen Armitage, Esq., Epperstone, 
Nottingham, aged 13, July 16. Stallard 

Stallard, Godfrey Bradby, third son of George Stallard, Esq., Horton 
Crescent, Rugby, aged 13, September 15. Stallard 

Stathers, George Sydney, younger son of George Nicholson Stathers, Esq., 
Park Lodge, Brackley, aged 14, September 23. Stallard 

Davenport, Leonard Marriott, fourth son of Thomas Marriott Davenport, 
Esq., (O.K. 1856), Headington Hill, Oxford, aged 14, April 8. Wilson 

Weightman, John, only son of William Arthur Weightman, Esq., 
43, Bidston Road, Oxton, Birkenhead, aged 14, March 30. Steel 

Bailey, Cecil Henry, elder son of Thomas Henry Bailey, Esq., 33, Portland 
Road, Edgbaston, aged 14, August 31. 

Dormer, Cecil Rhodes, only son of Francis Joseph Dormer, Esq., 
33, Collingham Road, South Keesington, aged 13, Sept. 10. 

Helme, James Milner, only son of James Milner Helmes, Esq., M.D., 
Silverdale, Carnforth, aged 14, February 18. 

Jackson, Arthur Herbert Conway, only son of Arthur Jackson, Esq., M.D., 
The Limes, Shrewsbury, aged 14, April 18. Donkin 

Schuster, Leonard Francis, only son of Professor Arthur Schuster, Kent 
House, Victoria Park, Manchester, aged 13, June 22. Donkin 

Northcott, Arthur Gordon, younger son of James Northcott, Esq., 
12, Herne Hill, London, S.E., aged 13, May 17. Steel 

Somerset, Arthur Plantagenet Francis Cecil, elder son of Arthur FitzRoy 
Somerset, Esq., Castle Goring, Worthing, Sussex, aged 13, 
September 28. Michell 

Mills, Robert Nicholas Fenwick, younger son of Robert Fenwick Mills, 
Esq., (O.R. 1865), Tapton Grove, Chesterfield, aged 13, December 
30. Brooke 



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Tait, Geoffrey Alurat, only son of the late George Dawson Tait, Esq., 
Carreiros, Oporto, Portugal, aged 14, March 25. 

Hands, Arnold James Garratt, eldest son of Frederick Ernest Hands, Esq., 
34 Sheep Street, Rugby, aged 13, August 26. Town 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1903. 

Boddy, Guy Gerald Dalrymple, only son of Lieut. -Col. Owen Vidal Boddy, 
R.E., aged 14, September 12. School 

Bretherton, Humphrey, eldest son of Rev. Humphrey William Bretherton, 
(o.B. 1871), Eccleston Rectory, Chorley, Lancashire, aged 14, 
Aug. 24. School 

Collier, William Tregonwell, elder son of William Collier, Esq., M.D., 
St. Mary's Entry, Oxford, aged 13, October 12. School 

Gotch, Roby Myddleton, only son of John Alfred Gotch, Esq., Elm Bank, 
Kettering, aged 14, September 4. School 

Hardy, Claude Arthur, only son of Ernest George Hardy, Esq., Apple- 
garth, Bardwell Road, Oxford, aged 13, November 27. School 

Hutchison, William Oliphant, fourth son of Henry William Hutchison, 
Esq., Eastbank, Kirkcaldy, N.B., aged 14, July 2. School 

Macnamara, Hugh John, younger son of Hugh Winkworth Macnamara, 
Esq., Surgeon, Royal Navy, Ruthin, aged 13, March 15. School 

Manger, Alfred Stuart, second son of Alfred Thomas Manger, Esq., Stock 
Hill, Gillingham, Dorset, aged 14, December 24. School 

Peto, Walter Samuel, younger son of Frank Kelsall Peto, Esq., The 
Rangers, Dursley, Gloucestershire, aged 13, May 13. School 

Poulton, Ronald William, younger son of Professor Edward Bagnall 
Poulton, Wykeham House, Oxford, aged 14, Sept. 12. School 

Sandford, Foiliott Hugh Blakelock, elder son of the Rev. Folliott George 
Sandford, Vicarage, Huddersfield, aged 14, July 9. School 

Spens, Robert Francis Connal, younger son of Nathaniel Spens, Esq., 
Frimley Park, Surrey, aged 12, October 11. School 

Wheatcroft, Ronald Duncan, sixth son of George Hanson Wheatcroft, 
Esq., Waltham House, Wirksworth, aged 13, April 27. School 

Firth, Alec Mark Bernard, eldest son of Bernard Alexander Firth, Esq., 
(O.K. 1880), Norton Hall, Sheffield, aged 14, Sept. 1. Whitelaw 

Harrowing, John Stanley, second son of John Henry Harrowing, Low 
Stakesby, Whitby, aged 14, May 7. Whitelaw 

Harvey, John Wilfred, youngest son of William Harvey, Esq., The Grove, 
Rouudhay, Leeds, aged 14, February 16. Whitelaw 

Hornby, Geoffrey Phipps, second son of Rev. Phipps John Hornby, 
(O.K. 1866), Vicarage, So. Michael's-on-Wyre, Garstang, Lancashire, 
aged 13, September 1. Whitelaw 

Lawrance, John Bidwell, only son of John Lawrance, Esq., Shortacre, 
Peterborough, aged 13, September 29. Whitelaw 

Lloyd, Edward Mayow Hastings, third son of Edward Wynell Mayow 
Lloyd, Esq., (O.K. 1858), Hartford House, Winchfield, Hants, aged 
13 November 30. Whitelaw 

Ogle, William Maurice, younger son of William Sliugsby Ogle, Esq., 
Dolville, Reigate, aged 13, January 14. Whitelaw 



James, 1903. 301 



Taylor, Guy Sydney Maxwell, elder son of Edward Sydney Taylor, Esq., 
Little Aston, Hawarden, Chester, aged 13, Sept. 28. Whitelaw 

Heath, Roger Meyrick, only son of Meyrick William Heath, Esq., 
Mortimer House, Clifton, Bristol, aged 14, August 3. Donkin 

Denis Browne, William Charles, younger son of William Denis Browne, 
Esq., Lynwood, Leamington, aged 14, November 3. Collins 

Faber, Geoffrey Gust, second son of Rev. Henry Mitford Faber, 1, College 
Grounds, Malvern, aged 14, August 23. Collins 

West, Kenneth Samuel, second son of Samuel Hatch West, Esq., M.D., 

15, Wimpole Street, London, W., aged 13, October 18. Collins 

Bibby, Arthur Harold, only son of Arthur Wilson Bibby, Esq., (o.R. 1858), 
Hill Foot, Woolton, Liverpool, aged 14, February 18. Michell 

Boswell, Philip Rutherford, only son of Henry St. George Boswell, Esq , 
Brougham Terrace, Hartlepool, aged 14, September 21. Michell 

Dunlop, Launcelot Lindsay Brook, second son of Arthur Brook Dunlop, 
Esq., The Howe, Troutbeck, Windermere, aged 14, April 
19. Michell 

Macgeorge, William Buchanan, second son of William Robert Macgeorge, 
Esq., 20, Woodside Terrace, Glasgow, aged 13, March 7. Michell 

Rodgers, Joseph, only son of the late Maurice George Rodgers, Esq., 
Sheffield, aged 14, January 10. Michell 

Sanders, Douglas Francis, second son of James Sanders, Esq., Benares, 
India, aged 13, February 19. Michell 

Schloss, Arthur David, second son of David Frederick Schloss, Esq., Hill 
House, Wimbledon Hill, aged 14, August 19. Michel! 

Tufton, Alfred Guy, third son of Alfred Charles Tufton, Esq., 43, Palace 
Court, London, W., aged 14, September 11. Michell 

Brierley, Horace James, elder son of Edgar Brierley, Esq., (o.R. 1872), 
Sandfield, Rochdale, aged 13, February 13. Steel 

Colpoys, Henry Theodore, second son of William Colpoys, Esq., River- 
bank, Hampton Wick, Middlesex, aged 13, November 16. Steel 

Cope, Geoffrey Silverwood, elder son of William Silverwood Cope, Esq., 

16, Bina Gardens, South Kensington, London, S.W., aged 14, 
February 15. Steel 

Fraser, Denholm De Montalt Stuart, eldest son of Stuart Mitford Fraser, 
Esq., 17, Redcliffe Square, London, S.W., aged 13, Oct. 5. Steel 

Mason, Frank Noel Macfarlane, eldest son of David James Mason, Esq., 
M.D., Kindowie, Maidenhead, aged 13, October 23. Steel 

Micklem, Thomas Esmond, second son of Nathanael Micklem, Esq., 
Northridge, Boxmoor, aged 13, May 24. Steel 

Miley, Miles, eldest son of Miles Miley, Esq., 21, Belsize Avenue, H amp- 
stead, London, N.W,, aged 14, July 1. Steel 

Pargiter, Robert Beverley, only son of the Hon. Mr. Justice Frederick 
I'Jden Pargiter, Calcutta, aged 14, July 11. Steel 

Smeathman, Cecil, third son of Lovel Smeathman, Esq., South Hill, Hemel 
Hempstead, aged 14, May 20. Steel 



302 James, 1903. 



Brooke, Geoffrey, elder son of Robert Grundy Brooke, Esq., Upton 
Grange, Macclesfield, aged 13, October 3. Brooke 

Oliver, Harold Gordon, second son of Thomas? Andrew Oliver, Esq., 14, 
Villa Eoad, Nottingham, aged 14, February 5. Brooke 

Wainwright, Ronald Charles, younger son of Herbert George Wainwright, 
Esq., Oatlands Wood, Wey bridge, aged 13, October 21. Brooke 

Woodward, William Edward, third son of Professor William Harrison 
Woodward, Red Gables, Hoylake, Cheshire, aged 14, Mar. 29. Brooke 

Bolton, Claude Leslie, younger son of Charles Walter Bolton, Esq., 19, Hove 
Park Villas, Hove, Sussex, aged 13, December 27. Stallard 

Chawner, William Rupert, eldest son of Alfred Chawner, Esq., Hill House, 
Clay Cross, Chesterfield, aged 13, November 15. Stallard 

Scholar 1904. 

Grove- White, James Herbert, fourth son of William Grove-White, Esq., 
18, Elgin Road, Dublin, aged 13, November 23. Stallard 

Maitland-Heriot, Frederick Melville, third son of Frederick Maitland- 
Heriot, Esq., Buenos Ayres, aged 14, December 16. Stallard 

Vines, Walter Sherrard, elder son of Professor Sydney Howard Vines, 
Headington Hill, Oxford, aged 13, March 3. Stallard 

Alston, William Hamilton Stirling, elder son of John Stirling Alston, Esq., 
Newark Castle, Ayr, N.B., aged 14, September 20. Wilson 

Altounyan, Ernest Huie Riddall, only son of Dr. A. A. Altounyan, Aleppo, 
Syria, aged 13, November 7. Wilson 

Scholar 1904. 

Braham, Lewis Frederick, third son of Harry Chard Braham, Esq., 
Edgemount, Whyteleafe, Surrey, aged 14, January 23. Wilsou 

CollingWOOd, Robin, only son of William Gershom Collingwood, Esq., 
Lane Head, Coniston, aged 14, February 22. Wilson 

Evelyn, Francis Heron Lyndon, only son of Frank Lyndon Evelyn, Esq., 
(O.K. 1872), Kinsham Court, Presteign, Radnorshire, aged 13, 
July 30. Wilson 

Garratt, Geoffrey Theodore, sixth son of the Rev. Charles Foster Garratt, 
Little Tew Grange, Enstone, Oxon, aged 14, Nov. 7. Wilson 

Glendinning, Halbert James, younger son of George Peter Glendinning, 
Esq., Alston Hall, Newark, Notts, aged 14, March 17. Wilson 

Grant, Jack McOlean, only son of John Grant, Esq., Hurstwood, Bexley, 
Kent, aged 14, February 16. Wilson 

Hepburne-Scott, Walter Thomas, eldest sou of the Hon. Walter George 
Hepburne-Scott, Humbie House, Upper Keith, East Lothian, N.B., 
aged 13, April 22. Wilson 

Marriott, William Mason, eldest son of William Hall Marriott, Esq., 
Hopton Grange, Mil-field, Yorkshire, aged 14, February 23. Wilson 

Millar, Herbert Frederick, fourth son of Henry Edward Millar, Esq., 
Heathdown, Hampstead Heath, London, N.W., aged 14, 
March 12. Wilson 



James, 1904. 303 



Poole, Edward Humphrey Lane, elder son of Reginald Lane Poole, Esq., 
Mansel House, Oxford, aged 14, November 25. Wilson 

Tillard, John Arthur Stuart, fourth son of Philip Edward Tillard, Esq., 
The Holme, Godmanchester, Hunts, aged 13, Nov. 24. Wilson 

Wane, Frank Innes, younger son of Rev. Innes Burguine Wane, Castle 
Ashby Vicarage, Northampton, aged 14, April 23. Wilson 

Knight, Frederic Guy, only son of Joseph Guy Knight, Esq., (O.K. 1874), 
The Ivy House, Aston-by-Stone, Staffs, aged 14, July 6. Whitelaw 

Jackson, Francis James Gidlow, second son of Charles Gidlow Jackson, Esq., 
Rookwood Hall, Chorley, Lancashire, aged 14, Sept. 16. 

Townsend, Ronald Travis, elder son of Joseph Travis Townsend, Esq., 
19, Huntly Gardens, Glasgow, aged 14, June 10. 

Dugdale, Richard William, younger son of Rev. Sydney Dugdale, (O.K. 1874), 
Westbury Vicarage, Wilts, aged 13, November 9. Collins 

Giiterbock, John Alfred, second son of Alfred Giiterbock, Esq., Newington, 
Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 13, January 13. 

Sing, Richard Millington, younger son of Alexander Millington Sing, 
Esq., Fernlea, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, aged 14, Aug. 10. Donkin 

Hancocks, William, only son of William Hancocks, Esq., Blakeshall 
Hall, Wolverley, Kidderminster, aged 13, January 12. Wilson 

Heap, Joseph Milne, eldest son of Joseph Heap, Esq., Outwood, Birken- 
head, aged 14, March 20. Donkin 

Simpson, Gerald William Ackroyd, only son of William Simpson, Esq , 
The Gables, Halifax, aged 14, August 15. Michell 

Tritton, Julian Seymour, elder son of Seymour Biscoe Tritton, Esq., 
Beaconsfield, Surbiton, aged 13, October 31. School 

Morton, William Ronald, only son of William Henry Morton, Esq., 
Washingboro' Manor, Lincoln, aged 13, March 13. 

Spence, Lionel Ormiston, second son of Albert Carter Spence, Esq., 
(O.K. 1875), Weston Manor, Otley, Yorkshire, aged 14, August 
29. Brooke 

Watson, Darsie, younger son of John Jabez Watson, Esq., Ballinard, 
Broughty Ferry, N.B., aged 14, July 15. Donkin 

Harris, Alfred Peter, second son of Alfred Harris, Esq., 72, Dunchurch 
Road, Rugby, aged 13, June 7. Town 

Morson, Richard Frederick, eldest son of Arthur Morson, Esq., 15, Newbold 
Road, Rugby, aged 13, October 6. Town 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1904. 

Adam, Robert William Wyllie, elder son of the late William Keith Adam, 
Esq.. Katanning, West Australia, aged 14, October 28. School 

Bradford, Ernest Cordley, only son of Cordley Bradford, Esq., M.B., 
Merstowe, Acock's Green, Birmingham, aged 14, Aug. 23. School 

Jackson, Walter David Russell, third son of Sir Thomas Jackson. Bart., 
Stansted House, Stansted, Essex, aged 13, March 8. School 



304 James, 19C4. 



Spens, John Ivan, third son of John Alexander Spens, Esq., 25, Park 
Circus, Glasgow, aged 13, February 22. School 

Wilson, Clyde Tabor, only son of Foden Wilson, Esq., M.D., 14, Reedville, 
Claughton, Birkenhead, aged 14, September 21. School 

Isham, Vere Arthur Richard, elder son of the late Arthur Charles Isham. 
Esq.,(o.R. 1861), The Elms, Hillmorton, Rugby, aged 14, September 
27. Whitelaw 

Moore, Basil Gates, elder son of the late Edward Holmes Moore, Esq., 
Amesbury, Bickley Hall, Kent, aged 14, January 19. Whitelaw 

Peterson, Maurice Drummond, younger son of William Peterson, Esq., 
LL.D-, Principal of the Gill University, Montreal, Canada, aged 
14, March 10. Whitelaw 

Churchward, Percy Alaric, son of Captain Alario Watson Churchward, 
6, Hue de Consoles, Paris, aged 13, January 24. Steel 

Gedge, Francis Escombe, eldest son of the late Sydney Francis Gedgo, 
Esq., (O.K. 1875), Horton, Slough, aged 14, January 16. Steel 

Symonds, Charles Putnam, elder son of Charters James Symonds, Esq., 
58, Portland Place, London, W., aged 13, April 11. Steel 

Scholar 1904. 

Osmond, Eric Alexander, second son of John Osmond, Esq., Clifton, 
Blackheath Park, London, S.E., aged 14, January 12. Brooke 

Roberts, James Ronald, second son of the late David Thomas Roberts, 
Esq., C.S-I., Nainital, India, aged 14, July 16. Brooke 

Smith, Isham Percy, third son of the late Major-General Percy Trevelyan 
Smith, Bournemouth, aged 13, January 25. Brooke 

Britten, Wallace Ernest, only son of Wallace Britten, Esq., Rozel, Straw- 
berry Hill, Twickenham, aged 13, February 26. Stallard 

Carter, Stanley Cyril, second son of Frederic Houston Carter, Esq., 
Lawrie Park Avenue, Sydenham, London, S.E., aged 13, July 
19. Stallard 

Cole, Charles Livesey, only son of the late Henry Livesey Cole, Esq., 
Kinloch House, Sutton, Surrey, aged 14, October 2. Stallard 

Matthews, John Burnett, younger son of William Henry Matthews, Esq., 
Brookfield, Grange Road, West Kirby, Cheshire, aged 14, 
December 7. Stallard 

Grasemann, Cuthbert, only son of Carl Edward Grasemann, Esq., 
2, Regents Park Eoad, London, N,W., aged 13, Dec. 1. Wilson 

Martineau, Wilfrid, elder son of Lieut. -Col. Ernest Martineau, (o.R. 1876), 
West Hill, 39, Augustus Road, Edgbaston, aged 14, December 
11. Wilson 

Rowe, Reginald Havelock Graham, only son of Charles Graham Rowe, 
Esq., Alscott, Aigburth, Liverpool, aged 14, November 3. Wilson 

Alcock, Empson, only son of Empson Alcock, Esq., Blackwood, Endon, 
Stoke-on- Trent, aged 14, December 1. 

Elder, Alexander Lang, only son of Frederick Elder Esq., 21, Cleveland 
Gardens, London, W., aged 12, January 26. 



James, 1904. 305 



Smallman, Spencer, only son of Herbert Spencer Smallman, Esq., Devon 
Lodge, Sandwell Road, Handsworth, Staffordshire, aged 14, July 
28. Stallard 

White, Frederic William, elder son of Frederic White, Esq., Oaklee, 
Allertoii, Liverpool, aged 14, August 14. 

Ganderton, Charles Milner, younger son of the late Martin Ganderton, 
Esq., Pershore House, Clifton Road, Rugby, aged 13, May 6. Town 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1904. 

Cassidi, Francis Laird, eldest son of Francis Richard Cassidi, Esq., M.D., 
(O.K. 1873), Trinity Terrace, Derby, aged 14, December 20. School 

Leslie, Hubert John, only son of Major John Henry Leslie, late R.A., 
Hady House, Chesterfield, aged 13, September 8. School 

Sargant Florence, Philip, only son of the late Henry Florence, Esq., of 
Nutley, New York, U.S.A., aged 13, June 26. ' School 

Fuller, Charles Drury, elder son of Herbert Henry Fuller, Esq., 31, Palace 
Court, London, W., aged 14, March 23. Whitelaw 

Lloyd, Ernest Alfred Collyer, eldest son of Ernest Octavius Lloyd, Esq , 
68, Warwick Square, London, S.W., aged 14, April 30, Collins 

Milbourne, Edward Kingsley, eldest son of Charles Kingsley Milbourne, 
Esq., late of Oaklands, Westend, Hants, aged 14, Jan. 8. Collins 

Deakin, George Vyvyan, eldest son of George William Deakin, Esq., 
Blawith, Grange over-Sands, aged 14, March 9. Michell 

Ridley Thompson, Thomas, elder son of Percy Ridley-Thompson, Esq., 
Croft, D unchurch, Rugby, aged 14, February 27. Steel 

Lascelles, Edwin Charles Griffith, only son of Edwin John Lascelles, Esq., 
Dorking, aged 14, April 10. Brooke 

Sampson, Frederic Arthur, second son of Samuel Arthur Sampson, Esq., 
(O.K. 1864), 5, Campden Hill Gardens, London, W., aged 13, 
November 8. Brooke 

Grand age, Donald, only son of Frederick William Grandage, Esq., Queen's 
Gate, Savile Park, Halifax, aged 14, July 25. Stallard 

Martin, Edward Walter, only son of Walter Edward Martin, Esq., West- 
minster Lodge, St. Albans, aged 14, December 31. Stallard 

Stott, Arthur Bryce, only son of Thomas Henry Stott, Esq., Ivy Dene, 
Huddersfield, aged 13, May 24. Stallard 

Anderson, Robert Cunningham, elder son of Alexander Cunningham 
Anderson, Esq., The Homestead, Prestwich, Ayrshire, aged 13, 
November 21. Wilson 

Copeland, William Brian, eldest son of William Henry Laurence Cope- 
land, Esq., M.D., (O.K. 1875), 4, Bolton Gardens, London, S.W., 
aged 13, July 15. Wilson 

Tooth, Ernest Anthony, only son of Anthony Tooth. Esq., 79, Aberdare 
Gardens, Hampstead, London, N.W., aged 13, May 11. Wilson 

Barker, Henry Arundel Keith, second son of Rev. Henry Auriol Barker, 
St. Matthew's Vicarage, Rugby, aged 13, August 2. Town 

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306 James, 1904. 



Bullock, Walter Llewellyn, elder son of Rev. Llewellyn Christopher 
Watson Bullock, 9, Hillmorton Road, Rugby, aged 14, Mar. 7. Town 

Hands, Paul Telford, only son of Joseph Thomas Hands, Esq., (O.K. 1866), 
Ep worth, Clifton Road, Rugby, aged 13, January 19. Town 

Hunter, Wilfred Cleaver, third son of Thomas Hunter, Esq., Elmhurst, 
Rugby, aged 13, January 10. Town 

Mark, Thomas, only son of the late Thomas Gongh Mark and Mrs. Burton 
Claremont, 38, Windsor Street, Rugby, aged 14, June 21. Town 

Bakewell, Brian, elder son of James Henry Bakewell, Esq., Madras, aged 
14, April 5. 

Champion, Alan Treweeke, second son of the late Francis Coveley Cham- 
pion, Esq., 58, St. John's Park, Blackheath, aged 13, May 21. 

Gordon, Stanley Edgar, younger son of James Edgar Gordon, Esq., 
Dudlow House, Wavertree, Liverpool, aged 14, March 7. 

Zossenheim, Douglas Stanley, only son of Leopold Zossenheim, Esq., 
45, York Terrace, Regents Park, London, aged 14, April 7. 

Davies, John Charles Silvester, only son of Rev. William Henry Silvester 
Davies, (O.K. 1859), Horsley Vicarage, Stroud, aged 13, Jan. 24. 

Purvis, Arthur Frederic, eldest son of William Herbert Purvis, Esq , 
10, Hope Street, St. Andrew's, N.B., aged 14, March 8. 

Ascroft, Robert William, younger son of the late Robert Ascroft, Esq., 
M.P., 41, Park Hill Road, East Croydon, Surrey, aged 13, Aug. 7. 

Dodgson, Reginald Charles Frederick, elder son of the late Charles Heath- 
field Dodgson, Esq., of Braishfield House, Romsey, Hants, aged 
13, May 12. 

Hennessy, George Thomas, only son of George Thomas Hennessy, Esq., 
Muttrapore, Manichuck, Molda District, Bengal, India, aged 14, 
August 22. 

Leng, Douglas Christopher, only son of Christopher David Leng, Esq., 
Sandygate, Sheffield, aged 14, October 6. 

Tabbush, Cecil Wilfred, third son of Albert Joseph TabbuSh, Esq., 
45, Cleveland Square, London, W., aged 13, June 5. Michell 

Thoday, Leslie Raymond, only son of Albert Edward Thoday, Esq., 
21, Ashby Road, Burton-on-Trent, aged 14, February 26. 



Addenda. 307 



ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA. 



Page 1. Tindall, W. S. S. Died 26 July, 1899. 
3. Boltou, F. C. Died June, 1889. 

25. Morison, E. A Real Estate Broker at Johannesburg, South Africa. Served in the 

South African War with the Scouts. King's Medal with three Clasps. 
,, 29. Crawford, C. M. Fourth son. Representing the Indian Army with the Japanese 

Forces in the Russian War, 1904. 
,, 40. Mieville, J. F. A Mining Engineer in Canada. Served with the Canadian 

Contingent in the South African War. Died of dysentery at Vet River 

23 February, 1902. 

,, 42. Behrens, O. P. Address, Worleston Grange, Nantwicb, Cheshire. 
,, 52. Towsey, F. W. Only son of the late Captain G. W. Towsey, Royal Navy. 
58. De Candolle, Charles R. Pyramus. Eldest son of Anne Casimir Pyramus. At Tao 

Kow, China, 1904. Junior Athenaeum Club. 
62. Bill, A. F. At Davos Platz, 1904. 
,, 66. Walker, W. Address, High Canons, Shenley, Herts. 
,, 70. Drummond, E. L. Died 21 September, 1691. 

,, 77. Crawford, R. S. Fifth son of Arthur Travers Crawford, (O.K. 1847). Died 1896. 
79. Callender, R. Rector of St. Leonard's, Exeter, 1904. 
85. Balderson, C. H. Served in the South African War from October, 1899. Present at 

Paardeberg, and many other battles. Medal with six Bars. Quarter-Master- 

Sergeant, Army Service Corps. Accidentally killed at Johannesburg, 1 

June, 1901. 
102. Whiteley, A. S. Assumed his Mother's family name of WARWICK, 1903. Captain, 

3rd West Yorkshire Regimeat, 1893. Served in the South African War, 

1899-1901. Despatches. Queen's Medal with three Clasps. Junior United 

Service Club. 

112. Albury, F. H. Died 28 April, 1901. 
122. Wood, H. R. Served in the South African War as Sergeant in the South African 

Constabulary. Killed at Rooeval, Transvaal.il April, 1902. 
,, 131. Topham, J. W. Only son. At Cape Town, 1904. Badminton Club. 
139. Collier, B. W. Army and Navy Club. 

140. Morris, E. P. F. Address, Grey House, Barrington Road, Altrinchain. 
,, 145. Hall, W. Has assumed the name of MACALISTER HALL. Captain 4th Argyll 

and Sutherland Highlanders. Of Torrisdale Castle, Carradale, N.B. Oriental 

Club. 
,, 145. Alston, R.E. Died of pneumonia on the march from Darjeeling to Gyantse with 

his regiment, on their way to join the Thibet Expedition 3 June, 1904. 
149. Barnett, Leslie. Delete in Entry, " Winterton, third son of the late H. W. Barnett,' 1 

and in Note all but " XV. 1890." 
152. Galloway, R Second son. Studied at Heidelberg, 1892. Passed for Sandhurst, 

1893. In business from 1895. Address, 78, Chauss6e de Vleurgat, Avenue Louise, 

Brussels. 
,, 153. Hargrove, R. Assistant District Commissioner, Southern Nigeria, 1903. Blenheim 

Club. 



308 Addenda. 



Page 156. Danson, A. L. Exhibitioner, Balliol College, Oxford. First Class Classical Moder- 
ations, Second Class Final Classical School. Indian Civil Service, 1899. Punjab 
Commission. 

158. Ashworth, Armine P. 

169. Delmege, E. C. Died September, 1894. 

200. Wilson, B. Admitted a Solicitor June, 1904. 

256. Sloman, H. N. P. Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1904. 

259. Beattie, I. H. Minor Exhibitioner, 1904. 

,, 264. Symonds, H. H. Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1904. 

266. O'Hanlon, G. Major Exhibitioner, 1904. 

267. Chittick, H. S. Minor Exhibitioner, 1904. 

271. Rowe, F. C. XI. 1904. 

276. Beattie, H. F. XI. 1904. 

280. GUterbock, P. J. G. VIII. 1904. 

282. Cox, K. T. XL 1904. 

289. Burton, C. D. F. XL 1904. 

293. Goodwin, H. A. C. VIII. 1904. 

293. Humphry, A. M. VIII. 1904. 

296. Drinkwater, J. R. VIII. 1904. 



Further Addenda. Vol. I. 309 



FURTHER ADDENDA TO VOL. I. 



Page 43. Colquitt, J. Succeeded his father as Collector of Customs at Liverpool. Died 1773. 

104. Jesse, W. Grandfather of John Disney Jesse (1855), and George Jesse (1861). 

182. Presland, T. P. Of Cosford Grange, Albrighton, Shifnal. Died in London, 

4 August, 1855. 

,, 209. Borrowdale, G. The family now Borrodaile. He was A.D.C. to Governor-General 

Bentinck in India. Died on his way home. 

239. Thornhill, C. B. Died 10 March, 1904. 

246. Deane, F. H. Died 12 March, 1904. 

259. Marshall, Jenner. Died 27 April, 1904. 

266. Webster, M. Died 31 January, 1904. 

,, 270. Isham, C. B. Died at Horsham, 7 April, 1903. 

271. Mildmay, C. A. St. J. Died at Hazlegrove, March, 1904. 

273. Hardy, B. A. Died at Clifton, 12 May, 1903. 

288. Fenwick, J. E. A. Died 10 May, 1903. 

288. Martindale, B. H. Died 26 May, 1904. 

294. Bradley, G. G. Died 13 March, 1903. 

303. Browne, D. Died 1 March, 1903. 

307. Lloyd, R. J. Died 19 June, 1904. 

310. Silvester, J. Died 10 October, 1889. 

320. Hardy, J. B. Died at Totnes, 25 November, 1902. 

320. Feilding, Hon. P. R. B. Died in London, 9 January, 1904. 

321. Sandford, C. W. Died at Cannes, 8 December, 1903. 

322. Dacre, W. Died in London, 14 November, 1903. 

331. Harman, R. J. S. Died 26 November, 1902. 

332. Acton, W. M. C. Died at Torquay, 22 April, 1904. 



310 Further Addenda. Vol. II. 



FURTHER ADDENDA TO VOL. II, 



Page ix. Temple, Frederick. Died 23 December, 1902. 
ix. Hayman, Henry. Died 11 July, 1904. 
xiii. Robertson, James. Died 29 October, 1903. 
xiii. Brandreth, Henry. Died 27 June, 1904. 
9. Moultrie, G. W. Died at Surbiton, 12 February, 1904. 
18. Kettlewell, T. Died at Cheltenham, 9 April 1903. 
,, 20. Douglas, J. Died at Thursday Island, 22 July, 1904. 
,, 20. Salt, T. Died at Weeping Cross, 8 April, 1904. 
,, 24. Cotterill, J. M. At Brighton College, 1847-9. Went to New Zealand among the 

Canterbury Settlers, 1851. Returned, 1860. Ordained, 1861. Incumbent of St. 

Mark's, Portobello, Edinburgh, 1873. Hon. D.D., St. Andrew's, 1896. 
25. Crealock, W. S. Died October, 1903. 
,, 26. Thompson. A. At Brighton College, 1847-50. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 

1855. Cornet, 6th Dragoons, 1855, Retired 1857. A Dramatic Author and Critic. 
28. Milligan, C. Died November, 1902. 
30. Miller, A. E. Died at Ballycastle, 13 September, 1903. 
31. Brooksbank, A. Died 21 December, 1903. 
,. 41. Baker, R. L. Died 23 January, 1904. 
44. Perryn, R. H. Died 19 February, 1904. 

,, 45. Cole. R. E. G. Was in Penrose's House, though the School List has Anstey's. 
45. Percival, L. Died at Cheltenham, 27 September, 1903. 
46. Fryer, C. W. H. Died at Bath, 27 April, 1874. 
53. Hoskins, read Hoskyns, C. H. W. University College, Durham, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1861. 

Rector of Holywell, St. Ives, Hunts, 1872. Died 21 May, 1893. 
53. Weston, J. S. Cambridge Eleven, 1851-52. Curate of Monmouth. Died 26 

December, 1858. 

56. Monk, T. J. Died about 1900. 
58. Cave, L. W. Read " aged 14, July 3." 
59. Monk, E. Of 31, Montpelier Crescent, Brighton. 
71. Maclnnes, J. R. Died November, 1865. 

,, 71. Philpot, H. J. A Physician at Vancouver, British Columbia. 
72. Lane, W. G. L. Died in London, 23 December, 1902. 
77. Phipps, P. W. Died at Slough, 30 May, 1903. 
81. Smith, H. In Bradley's not Walrond's House. 

,, 83. Overton, J. H. Canon of Peterborough, 1902. Died 15 September, 1903. 
93. Hales, A. Died at Bath, 20 April, 1904. 
96. Bullock Hall, W. H. Died at Valescure, 21 April, 1904. 
,, 99. Jukes, J. H. Died at Oxford, 14 March, 1903. 
105. Mieville, J. F. Died 1903. 
126. Boddington, T. F. Died 29 March, 1904. 
127. Blunt, read Frederic William, second son. Admitted a Solicitor, 1861. Of 95, 

Gresham Street, London, E.G., and Culcheth Hall, Teddington. 
141. Wallace, N. W. C.M.G., 24 June, 1904. 
144. Jesse, J. D. Second son. Left Christmas, 1858. Studied in Germany and France. 

Of Treburage, Victoria Road, Exmouth. 



Further Addenda. Vol. II. 311 



Page 148. Stanning, J. Died at Luxor, April, 1904. 

155. Bros, J. R. W. St. John's not Trinity College. 

158. Darnell, D. C. W. Died 6 January, 1903. 

161. Patey, George Edward, School Marshal, died 2 June, 1902, aged 80. A Brass Tablet 

commemorating his tenure of office, was erected by the Old Rugbeian Society 

in April, 1903. 

,, 161. Scott, W. C. Son of J. Nairne Scott. LeftlSGl. 3 

177. Hanbury, R. W. Died in London, 28 April, 1903. 

,, 178. Wainwright, J. S. Of 41, Francis Street, Chelsea. 

182. Morgan, E. S. Wine growing at Monte Piano, Florence. 

191. Royds, C. E. Died at Morecambe, 4 December, 1902. 

,, 194. Selfe, S. Gerard F. Has Medal with two Clasps. 

,, 200. Steward, A. B. Died at Eastbourne, 31 August, 1903. 

201. Holbeche, T. V. Died 16 January, 1904. 

,, 202. Leather, A. H. Read Leventhorpe Hall. Delete first sentence of note. 

,, 205. Pearson, A. Ashley, not Ast'.ey. 

,, 207. Jesse, G. Studied in Germany and France. In the Devon Constabulary from 1881. 

Deputy Chief Constable for Devon. 

207. Clark, G. T. Died February, 1897. 

211. Peile, C. J. Died about 1899. 

215. Dickinson, F. B. Died 1903. 

,, 222. Briggs, W. E. Died in London, 1 November, 1903. 

223. Arnold, R. A. Eldest son. High School, Carlsruhe, 1865. Returned to New South 

Wales, 1866. Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, from 1903. 

227. Stansfeld, J. B. E. Delete last sentence of note, and add, Joined the Church of 

Rome, 1895. Of 20, Sumner Place, London, S.W. Junior Carlton Club. 

,, 233. Tobin, Frank. Of 27, Grove Park, Liverpool. 

240. York Powell, F. Died at Oxford, 8 May. 1904. 

243. Schalch, V. A. C.B. 24 June, 1904. 

247. Pycrott, F. Died at Bakewell, 10 January, 1904. 

252. Sneyd-Kynnersley, C. W. Died at Wimbledon, 11 July, 1904. 

,, 254. Hannen, J. C. Died 4 April, 1903. 

256. Warrington, T. R. A Justice of the High Court, 1904. 

,, 258. O'Connell, W. B. H. Settled in Queensland. Sometime in the Bank of N.S.W. at 

Bundaberg, and afterwards for five years Inspector of the Pacific Islanders. 

Again went into business at Bundaberg. Member of the Legislative Assembly, 

1888-1903. Minister for Lands, 1899. Died at Bundaberg, 1903. 

266. Arnold, W. T. Died at Croydon, May, 1904. 

266. Denton, E. F. In Arnold's, not School House. 

,, 269. Bassett, R. T. Died at Crossways, 26 November, 1903. 

270. Cochrane, H. H. Of Eshwood, not Eastwood Hall. 

280. Williamson, T. Delete last word of note. 

281. Moore, A. W. In note, for R.V.O. read C.V.O. 

,, 300. Boggs, F. G. Now Breuton, not Brinton. 

,, 309. Boggs, H. S. Now Brenton, not Brinton. 

312. Peel, E. L. Died at Bedford, 18 May, 1903. 

,, 320. Stirling, J. A. Died in London, 14 January, 1904. 

,, 326. Varley, G. In practice as a Surgeon at 1, Belvedere, Weymouth. 

326. Bond, H. K. Of Oantley Manor, Norfolk. 

,, 330. More, R. Eldest sou. Of 30, Evelyn Gardens, London. Badminton Club 

,, 333. Ogilvy, A. Trefusis Eldest sou. At Santa Barbara, California, 1904. 

336. Waugh, C. Liddell. Died at The Burroughs, 8 April, 1904. 

,, 338. Parr, A. D. Of Bank House, Chippenham. 

,, 342. Dawson, H. Of Mercury Island, New Zealand. 



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INDEX. 



ABBOTT, Edwin Alexander, 118 
Abell, William Henry, 136 
Acland, Francis Dyke, 149 
Acton, Edwaid Hamilton, 44 
Acton, see also Ball Acton 
Adam, Frederick Edward Fox, 284 

Robert William Wyllie, 303 

Thomas Livingston, 207 
Adam, see also Mercer Adam 
Adams, Henry Fox, 30 

Hugh Worthington, 107 

,, John Goold, 260 

Percy Walter Lewis, 155 

,, William, 91 
Adamson, Laurence Arthur, 3 
Addington, Edgar John, 36 

,, Luke Danby, 95 
Adkins, Arthur Sutton, 94 
Ager, Richard Lester Stride, 196 
Agnew, Alan Graeme, 289 

,, Charles Gerald, 235 

,, Charles Leonard, 77 

Ernest, 14 
Frank, 95 

George Colin, 235 
Harold, 35 

John Stuart, 198 

Kenneth Morland, 274 

Philip Leslie, 37 

Victor Charles Walter, 283 

,, Walter, 19 
Ainsworth, Percy, 84 
Aitchison, William, 187 
Aitken, George Herbert, 45 

,, Robert Bruce, 67 
Akenhead, Francis, 227 
Akerman, Charles Savidge Annand, 169 
Alamayu, PIUNCE Simyen, 8 
Albury, Frederick Howard, 112,307 
Alcock, Charles Oughton, 28 

Empson, 304 
Alexander, Boyd William John, 37 

William Nathaniel Stuart, 144 
AH Mirza, Nasir, 1 78 

Wasif, 178 
Alison, Arthur James, in 
Allan, Alexander Claud, 291 

,, Andrew Alexander, 7* 

James Bryce, 29 

James Cyril Dalmahoy, 229 

Patrick Alexander, 253 

William Rae, 40 
Alldridge, Thomas Evelyn Leslie, 176 
Allen, Alfred Lynn, 158 

Arthur Acland, 78 



Allen, Charles Peter, 20 

,, Edward Lynn, 85 

Guy Oldfield, 243 

Herbert Elliston, 114 

James Lynn, 1 12 

John Edward Taylor, 52 

,, Russell, 14 

Sydney Elliston, 124 

Vernon Moor, 232 

,, William Lynn, 120 
Allison, Herbert, 163 
Allmann, James Abraham, 93 
Alston, Conyers William, 132 

,, Edward Gardiner, 117 

,, Rowland Ernest, 145, 307 

William Hamilton Stirling, 302 
Altounyan, Ernest Huie Riddall, 302 
Amphlett, Edward Paul Charlton, 260 

Richard Ferrand, 193 
Anders, Francis Robert, 86 

Oscar Lewis, 71 
Anderson, Desmond Francis, 262 

Edward Philip, 233 

John Pratt, 109 

Laurence Robert Dacre, 278 
Neville, 214 

Robert Cunningham, 305 
Stuart Knox, 258 
Thomas McCall, 231 
William, 9 

,, William Guy Embleton, 179 
Anderson, see also Scott Anderson 
Andrew, Walter, 32 

,. Walter Jonathan, 1 1 
Andrewes, Hugh William, 297 
Andrews, Octavius Charles, 89 

,, Septimus Geoffrey, 73 
Angus, Reginald George, 215 

William Gordon, 224 
Annandale, William Stanley O'Neill, 220 

,, Thomas Nelson, 174 
Appleby, Arthur Bellasyre, 29 
Arbuthnot, Keith Fraser, 51 
Archer, Charles William, 268 

Henry Allan Fairfax Best, 286 
Armitage, Frederick Rhodes, 82 

,, Stephen Cecil, 299 

Sugden Elkanah, 230 
Armstrong Lushington Tulloch.Graham 
de Mop.tmorency, 273 

,, Kinmont Willie, 298 
Arnall, Harry Thompson, 43 
Arnall Thompson, see Arnall 
Arnold, Ferdinand Franck William, 293 

Franck Thomas, 18 



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313 



Arnold Forster, William Howard, 221 
Aron, Leonard James, 170 
Arton, William Denby, 56 
Ascroft, Robert William, 306 

,, William Fawell, 167 
Ash, Edward John Heneage, 238 

,, George Arthur, 244 
Ashby, Arthur Brian, 239 

Harold Glover, 93 
Ashton, Harold Edward, 189 

,, John Frederick Burchardt, 271 
Percy, 171 

,, Reginald, 167 

Thomas Wingrave, 161 
Ashwell, James Henry, 3 
Ashworth, Armine Pipon, 158,308 

Richard Redfern, 67 
Aspinall, Cecil Faber, 179 
Astley.Delaval Graham L' Estrange, 103 
Athelstan Johnson, ,vee Johnson, W. A. 
Atkinson, Arthur Edward Tindal, 188 

,, Charles Edmund, 61 

Evelyn Leigh, 194 

,, Evelyn Rupert John, 219 

Joseph Richard, 30 

Laurence, 6 

Atkinson-Jowett, John Gordon, 240 
Attenborough, Cyril Percy, 237 

Eric George, 280 

,, George, 170 

,, James, 260 

,, Robert Harold, 212 
Alter, Francis Ward, 50 
Atterbury, Herbert Heydon, 172 
Austen, Arthur Stuart, 172 

,, Ernest Edward, 13 

Frank, 94 

Sydney, 126 
Austen Leigh, Lionel Arthur, 281 
Austen Cartmell, see Cartmell 
Austin, George Arthur, 42 
Austin, see also Mein-Austin 

BACON, Eustace Vivian, 243 

Harold Medley, 254 

,, John Caesar, 102 
Badley, John Haden, 67 
Baggallay, Frederick Wilson, 277 
Bagge, Henry Theodore James, 26 
Bahr, Philip Heinrich, 236 
Bailey, Cecil Henry, 299 
Bailward, Theodore, 286 
Baily, Arthur James, 2 
Baines, Henry Verdon, 85 
Bainton, James Hubert, 121 
Baird, Joseph Franklin Montagu, 253 
Baker, Clifford Tiver, 251 

Ernest Arthur, 1 19 

Henry Mills, 77 

Herbert Midelton, 40 

VOL. III. 



Baker, Hiatt Cowles, 42 

,, Lionel Gray, 212 

Maurice Mills, 78 

,, Robert Percival, 279 

Roger Dyke, 208 

Roland Midelton, 174 

Sidney Edgar, 162 

,, Thomas Tiver, 62 

,, William Thomas Webb, 146 
Bakewell, Brian, 306 
Balcher, Percy Fritz Rosencrantz, 1 1 3 
Balderson, Claude Henry, 85, 307 
Baldwin, Arthur Reginald, 63 

John Herbert Lacy, 31 
Balfour, Alexander, 242 
Ball, Crispin Alfred, 249 

Harold, 296 

Percy, 296 
Ball Acton, Charles Annesley, 172 

Reginald Thomas Annesley, 172 

Vere Annesley, 196 
Balme, Charles, 284 
Bankart, Arthur Sydney Blundell, 208 
Bankes, Conrad Douglas Richard Oake- 
ley, 244 

John Herbert, 199 
Banks, Reginald Mitchell, 224 

William Hartland, 81 
Bannatyne, Douglas Alexander, I 79 

Robert Reid, 156 
Barbour, Thomas, 162 

Walter Terence, 282 

William, 78 
Barbrook, Leslie Gordon, 288 
Baring, John Henry, 275 
Barker, Cecil Charles, 191 

Eric Clement, 249 

Frank Ernest, 134 

Geoffrey Pal grave, 282 

Henry Arundel Keith, 305 

Henry Sandys, 223 

Henry Shelley, 103 

John Rowland Palgrave, 256 

Peter William, 88 

Raymond Inglis Palgrave, 297 
Barkworth, Alfred Montgomery, 135 

Frank, 36 
Barlow, Frank Lewis Thornhill, 242 

GeorgeEdmundJosephHilaro,64 

Philip Babington, 115 
Barnard, see Gary Barnard 
Barnett, Leslie, 149, 307 

Leslie Winterton, 253 

Samson Frazer, 198 
Barnsley, Milne, 34 
Barratt, Edward John Reynolds, 33 
Barrett. John Henry, 251 
Bartleet, Arthur Middlemore, 67 

Hubert Humphrey Middlemore, 
107 



314 



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[BAB BES 



Bartlett, Alfred James Napier, 250 

Charles Frederick Napier, 192 

Frank, 1 19 

William, 6 
Barton, Claud, 232 

Dudley, 177 

Henry Alexander, 35 

Robert Childers, 226 

Robert Maurice, 1 1 1 
Barwick, William Murgatroyd, 12 
Bashall, Henry St. John Hick, 10 
Baskerville, Henry Joseph North, 1 1 
Basset Lewis, Ilbert Cornish, 96 
Batchelor, Vivian Allan, 232 

Tremlett Brewer, 260 
Bate, Ernest Seddon, 67 

,, William Cornwallis, 55 
Bates, Ulysses Ewart, 252 

William, 58 
Bateson, Alexander Dingwall, 78 

Cecil William, 263 

Edward, 92 

James, 54 

Thomas Blaikie, 14 

Walter Edward, i 

William, 19 
Batt, Bernard Edward Augustine, 219 

John Dorrington, 293 
Battine, Cecil William, 79 
Baxter, George Edgar, 283 
Bayley, Arthur Frederick, 205 

Charles, 103 

Francis Henry, 31 

Gerald Edward, 163 

,, Kennett Champain, 127 

Thomas Henry, 72 
Baylis, Henry Edward Montgomery, 1 26 
Bayliss, Ebenezer James, 28 

Howard John, 197 

,, Vincent George, 38 
Bayly, Lancelot Francis Sanderson, 112 

Robert, 188 
Baynes, Geoffrey, 213 

,, Humphrey, 234 
Bazeley, George Henry Boothby, 222 
Beachcroft, Charles Porten, no 

Gerald William, 210 

Richard Owen, 147 
Beale, Edmund Phipson, 125 

,, Hubert Kenrick, 96 

Stanley Leonard, 123 
Bealey, Richard Nowell, 29 
Beaman, Ardern Hulme, 277 
Beamish, William Robert Delacour, 206 
Bean, George Reginald, 223 
Beard, Robert Stanley Sampey, 159 
Beasley, Ernest Frank, 15 

,, Fiennes Arthur Noble, 107 
Beattie, Alfred Jordan, 179 

Ernest Halden, 179 



Beattie, Harold Francis, 276, 308 

Ivor Hamilton, 259, 308 

Leslie Hay, 207 

,, Maurice Alexander, 211 

Robert John, 245 

William Adam, 228 
Beavan, John Franklin, 258 
Beaven, Alfred Disraeli Park, 163 

,, Cecil Livingstone, 250 

Harold Castlereagh, 212 
Beazley, John Godfrey, 257 

Walter Edwin, 27*8 
Beck, Charles Arthur, 283 

Maurice Graeme, 281 
Beckley, Thomas Henry, 278 
Beddington, Reginald, 180 
Beeton, Arthur Channing, 13 
Behrens, Clive, 120 

Edgar Charles, 266 

Frank Edward, 219 

,, Harold Jacob, 212 

Harold Lucas, 149 

,, Noel Edward, 191 

Oliver Philip, 42, 307 

,, Walter Lionel, 19 
Beit, Henry Harold, 152 
Bell, Arthur George, no 

Charles Meredeth, 90 

Edward Scott Moberly, 178 

Guy Kenyon, 287 

Humphrey Patiicius, 5 
Bellairs, William Gibbons, 3 
Bellew, Froude Dillon, 284 
Bellringer, Hubert Ernest, 222 
Beloe, Edward Milligen, 118 

,, John Seppings, 164 
Bence-Jones, Reginald, 50 
Bengough, Charles William, 70 

Ernest Henry, 69 

,, John Crosbie, 292 
Benham, Arthur Moses, 114 

,, Charles Daniel, 107 
Benjamin, Ashley Florian, 219 
Benn, Ion Bridges Hamilton, 285 
Bennett, Arthur Cochrane, 30 

Charles Stewart, 188 

Clement Wheeler, 288 

Samuel Barker, 138 

William Bernard Somerville, 35 

William Wilkie, 27 
Benson, Percy George, 156 
Bentley-InneSjFrederick Dunbar Sinclair, 

S 

Bently, Harold Roth well, 280 
Benyon-Winsor, Benyon Reeve, 10 

George Norman, 2 

Walter John, 60 
Beresford, see Pack Beresford 
Berkeley- Hill, Owen Alfred Rowland, 201 
Best, Henry Reginald, 180 



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Index. 



315 



Best, Keith, 205 

Palemon Harris, 79 

Stuart, 229 

William Jenner, 69 
Betterton, Arthur Herbert, 154 

Frederick Archibald, 241 

Henry Bucknall, 126 
Bibby, Arthur Harold, 301 
Bickersteth, Edward Monier, 135 

Kenneth Julian Faithful!, 267 
Bickford, Oscar Leonard, 142 
Bickley, Edward Robert, 144 
Biggs, Thomas Porter, 22 
Bilinski, Severin, 103 
Bill, Arnold Francis, 62, 307 

Arthur Leslie, 53 

,, Herbert Edward, 81 
Binney, Charles Newton, 256 

,, Edward Victor, 257 

James, 95 
Binnie, Thomas Alexander, 163 

William James Eames, 75 
Birch, Charles Grant Francis Grey, 76 

George, 54 
Birchenough, Godwin, 210 
Bird, Edward Alexander, 38 

Francis Charlton, 90 

Percy Carr, 276 

,, William Arthur, 21 
Birdwood, Herbert Christopher Impey, 33 
Birkett, Richard Maule, 254 
Birkin, Alexander Russell, 34 

Charles Wilfrid, 68 

Philip Austen, 120 
Bischoff, Charles Edward, 122 

,, Hugh Crompton, 182 

Thomas Hume, 26; 
Bishop, Charles Rosser, 4 

Dunbar Frederic Watson, 179 

Harry Cognill Watson, 268 

Theodore Bendysh Watson, 275 

William Hill, 64 
Blaber, Percy Leonard, 126 

,, William Henry, 109 
Black, Maurice Adam, 174 

Patrick, 214 
Blackburn, Ernest Woodhead, 82 
Blackwell, Charles, 247 

Charles Robert, I 

Edmund Alfred, 60 

Francis Samuel, 114 

,, Richard Giraud, 80 

,, Robert Arthur, 183 

Thomas Charles, 157 

Walter Reginald, 157 

,, William Krnest, 17 
Blackwood, Henry Conor Tumour, 222 
Blaikie, Thomas Hugh Conolly, 259 
Blair, David, 177 

George Maclellan, 139 



Blake, Charles Frederick Sapte, 112 

Edward Algernon Cleader, 123 

Robert Greaves, 152 

,, Thomas, 131 
Blakiston, Aubrey, 10 

,, Clarence, 21 

Ralph, 2 

Blandfoni, Joseph John Guthrie, 86 
Blandy, Claude Milbourne, 215 

Oswald Ridpath, 172 
Blasson, Cecil, 99 
Blatherwick, Thomas, 288 
Blathwayt, Charles Hugh, 158 

,, Henry Wynter, 180 
Bles, George Marcus, 180 
Blew-Jones, Walter Bethune, 36 
Blomfield, Hugh Massie, 249 
Blood, John Neptune, 106 
Bloxam, Owen Astley, 278 

Richard Noel, 287 
Blunt, Charles Mortimer, 82 

George Edward, 142 

Graham, 68 

John Warden, 178 

,, Leslie, 164 

Robert Bruce, 134 
Blyth, Alexander, 249 

Ernest Blackstone, 174 

Herbert William, 94 
Boddy, Guy Gerald Dalrymple, 300 
Bodley, Edward Ridgeway, 8 

,, Edwin Frederick Blaker, 1 1 1 
Boevey, see Crawley-Boevey 
Boggs, Ernest de Blois, 23 
Bolckow, Charles Frederick Henry, 160 

Henry William Ferdinand, 60 
Bolding, John Frederick, 42 
Bolland, Bernard William Stott, 33 

James Wyllie, 87 
Bolton, Claude Leslie, 302 

David Cheney, 246 

Edgar Ormerod, 35 

,, Francis Cheney, 3, 307 

,, Frederic William, 239 

,, Louis Hamilton, 244 

William Agnew, 220 
Bond, Alfred Dalton, 259 

,, Charles Pendennis, 145 

Cyril, 129 

Ernest Walter, 68 

Frank, 125 

Frederick Edward Vivian, 86 

Henry Coulson, 49 

Otho Cowan, 165 

Reginald, 92 

Wilfrid, i 14 

William Cotesworth, 98 
Bonham Carter, Gerard, 52 

Norman, 74 
Bonnerjee, Kalikrishna Wood, 158 



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Bonnerjee, Kamelkrishna Shelley, 100 

Ratnakrishna Curran, 252 
Booker, William Thomas, 2 
Booth, Allen Layland, 296 

,, Charles James White, 46 
Booth, see also Bouth 
Bosanquet, Augustus Percival, 14 

Eugene Percival, 47 
Boscawen, see Griffith Boscawen 
Boswell, John Douglas, 79 

Philip Rutherford, 301 
Bosworth-Smith, Mervyn Henry, 190 
Botsford, Robert Simpson, 229 
Bottomley, Clifford Hodgson, 255 
Boughton-Leigh, John Hngh, 12 

Percy Wilfrid, 86 
Bourne, Stanley, 163 
Bousfield, Wilfred Lynden, no 

,, William Eric, 227 
Bouth, Arthur Hampson Delamere, 65 
,, Eustace Frederick Delamere, 1 18 
Osmund Norman Delamere, 74 
,, Reginald HampsonDelamere,73 
Rollo Delamere, 126 
Bowden Smith, Ernest, 13 
Frederic Herbert, 6 
Godfrey, 41 
Harold, 90 
James Robertson, 100 
Walter Adrian Carnegie, 215 
William, 6 1 

Bowen, Cuthbert Edward Latimer, 236 
Bowers, Percy Lloyd, 204 
Bowker, Charles Chappe, 29 
Bowley, Alexander, 287 
Bowman, Frederic Edmund, 135 

James Malcolm, 135 
Bowring, Clive, 184 
,, Harvey, 265 
Trevor, 291 
Boxwell, Philip Reginald, 141 
Boyce, Francis Stewart, 121 
Boycott, Arthur St. John, 16 
William Douglas, 16 
Boyd, Arnold Whitworth, 270 
Arthur Octavian, 222 
Francis Walter, 162 
Boyer, Joseph Stanborough, 9 
Braby, Cyrus, 77 
Bradbury, John Fowler, 251 

William Laurence, 37 
Bradby, Edwin Hugh Falkwin, 69 
Godfrey Fox, 22 
Henry Christopher, 84 
Bradford, Ernest Cordley, 303 

Percy Richard, 168 
Bradley, Frederick Lewis, 40 
Thomas Addison, 70 
Bradshaw, James Sutcliffe, 296 
Bradwell, Charles Dennis, 34 



Bradwell, Dennis William, 7 1 

Tom Barber, 101 
Braham, Lewis Frederick, 302 
Brander, see Dunbar-Brander 
Brandram, Francis William, 66 
George Alfred, 88 
,, Henry Webb, 68 
Branson, Frederick Hastridge, 281 
Bratby, William, 186 
Braunstein, Ralph Alexis Bernard, 240 
Bray, Eustace Arthur, 264 
Breeks, Charles Wilkinson, 115 
William Dennison, 127 
Bremner, Athelstan Dermot St. George, 

232 

Harold Noel Keble, 275 
Brentnall, Harold Cresswell, 201 
Brenton, see Boggs 
Bretherton, Humphrey, 300 
Brewin, George Merriman, 241 

Julius Arthur, 151 
Bridge, Eric Andrew, 140 

Frederick Maynard, 1 14 
Reginald Turle, 177 
Brierley, Gerald Frank, 167 
,, Horace James, 301 
Ronald Beswicke, 105 
Shirley Howard, 55 
,, Sydney Herbert, 42 
Brierly, Harry Lawrance, 186 
Briggs, William Hilton, 128 
Bright, Henry Yates, 63 

John Leatham, 250 
Brinton, Oswald Walter, 166 
Briscoe, Ralph Benjamin Cay, 279 
Bristow, Henry Essex, 24 
Britten, Wallace Ernest, 304 
Broadbent, John Francis Harpin, 60 
,, John Wilfrid, 126 
William Keighley Benedict, 297 
Brock, Arthur Gordon, 290 

Roy Gerard Corcor, 251 
Brocklebank, Charles Henry, 40 
Brocklehurst, Edward Howard, 174 
Brodhurst-Hill, Robert, 125 
Brodrick-Smith, Harold Gilbert, 130 
Brook, Arthur Charles, 253 

Charles Herbert, 125 
Brooke, Alexander Trafford, 53 
Geoffrey, 302 
John Walsh, 185 
Rupert Chawner, 287 
Brooke-Smith, William, 27 
Brooks, Ernest Walter Guardner, 115 
Bros, Harold Kemmis, 171 
Henry Alwyn, 128 
Broster, Richard Arthur, 270 
Brounlie, George de Bels, i 78 
Browett, Arnold Thackhall, 277 
Walter, 5 



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Index. 



317 



Brown, Charles Sydney, 230 
Eric Carmichael, 261 
Gilbert Noel, 95 
Henry Rowland, 56 
James Cyril, 285 
John Clifford, 292 
Lionel Clifford, 205 
Thomas Percy, 244 
Thomas Stanley, 269 
Brown, seealsi Murray-Brown, Wreford- 

Brown, Staples-Brown 
Browne, Christopher, 284 

Harold Thomas Thirlwall Gore, 

265 

John James, 69 
Percival Leathley, 242 
Browne, see also Clayton-Browne, Denis- 
Browne, Murray-Browne 
Browning 1 , Edward Eustace, 87 
Brown-Westhead, George Montagu, 8 
Bruce, George Lewis, 3 1 
Brunton, Douglas, 299 

Nigel William Montague, 192 
Bryce-Smith, Arnold, 94. 

Norgrave James, 60 
Bryden, Charles Lumsdaine, 126 
Buchanan, John Penruddocke, 64 
Buchanan, see also Gray-Buchanan 
Buckland, Frederick Macintosh, 203 
Gerald Charles Balfour, 247 
,, Leonard Vine, 125 
Lionel, 108 
Buckley, Cecil Arthur Stirling, 49 
,, James Francis Hughes, 102 
John Philip, 234 
Joseph Henry Prichard, 102 
Bucknill, Edwin George, 275 
Buer, Arthur Knill, 216 
Buist, Alexander Allardice, 295 
Bullen-Smith, Charles, 29 
Bullivant, Ritchie Pelham, 258 
Bullock, Walter Llewellyn, 306 
Bulmer, Thornton Bulmer, 108 
Burbidge, Albert Edward, 22 
Burgess, Ernest Richard Fraser, 46 
Gilbert Turner, 94 
Julian Gulson, 174 
Burgoyne, Cuthbert John, 163 

Gerald Achilles, 142 
Burke, Edward Estcourt, 115 
Burn, Frank Hawthorn, 65 

John Henry, 50 
Burn-Callender, Cuthbert, 275 
Burnett, Arthur Mowbray, 186 

Charles Kenyon, 87 
Burney, Cecil Stanley, 256 
Burnham, Henry Charles, 13 
Burnyeat, Hugh Ponsonby, 218 
Miles Fleming, 204 
William John Dalzell, 144 



Burrell, James Bowen, 283 
Burridge, Arthur Charles, 23- 
Burt-Marshall, David Bannerman, 287 

William Marshall, 287 
Burton, Arthur Robinson, 56 

Bramwell Charles, 26 

,, Cecil David Fowler, 289, 308 

,, Edward, 56 

,, Frank, 1 19 

,, James Alfred, 108 

Oliver, 67 

Philip Augustine, 288 

Richard, 200 
Bury, Philip Entwisle, 246 

William Stanley, 165 
Bush, John Wheler, 280 

Montague, 130 

Paul Francis Wheler, 215 

Raymon Wheler Gordon, 263 
Bushell, Christopher, 284 
Butcher, Arthur Douglas Deane, 258 

,, Charles Leslie, 186 
Butler, Arthur Stanley George, 296 

,, Harold Edgeworth, 179 

,, Leonard Gray, 292 

Ralph Lewis Giberne, 233 
Butt, Geoffrey Crawford, 253 

,, Glyn Kingsley, 192 
Byng, see Cranmer-Byng 

CADI,E, Harry Sidney, 28 

Lawrence Miles, 259 
Caffyn, Harold Hunt, 230 
Cairnes, Tom Algar Elliott, 286 
Caldecott, Ernest Lawrence, 150 
Calderon, Frederick Elwyn, 136 

,, George Leslie, 99 
Callard, Percy Reid, 282 
Callender, David Aubrey, 86 
Eustace Maude, 56 
Reginald, 79, 307 
Callender, see also Burn-Callemler 
Calvert, Edmund Percy, 14 
,, Frank, 19 
Henry, 5 

Campbell, Aubone Charles, 294 
,, Donald MacGregor, 257 
Douglas Walter, 15 
,, Dougal John, 44 
Duncan, 210 
Duncan, 214 

Evan Cameron Bracken, 60 
Hugh Roy, 1 68 
James Clark, 233 
,, John Stratheden, 31 
Robert Vivian Douglas, 68 
,, Torquil Lome, 258 
Cannon, Ronald, 5 
Capron, Charles, 87 

Frederick William, 23 



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Index. 



[CAP CHU 



Capron, George, 74 
Cardew, John Westbury, 294 
Carleton, Lancelot Richard, 6 
Carmichael, Alastair Drummond, 192 
Carnac, see Rivett-Carnac 
Carnelly, Stephen Henry, 216 
Caro, Alfred Haldinstein, 251 
Carr, Eric Walter, 230 
Carrick, Lawrence Stanley, 231 
Carrington, James Henry, 22 
Carritt, Frederick Wilson, 274 

,, Hugh Blayson, 263 

John Price, 128 
Carslake, Hugh Barham, 157 
Carson, Richard Duncan, 72 
Carte, Geoffrey Williams, 270 
Carter, John Gordon, 145 

,, Stanley Cyril, 304 
Cartmell, James, 42 
Cartwright, Arthur James, 223 

,, Cecil Bayley, 280 

Frederick Sheward, 131 

George Ambrose, 193 

,, Hervey Edward, 144 

Theodore John, 80 

,, Thomas George, 84 

Thomas William, 193 

Vincent Henry, 223 

William John Gratrex, 47 
Carus-Wilson, Charles Denny, 274 

Frederick Maynard, 295 
Carver, Sydney Ralph Pitts, 220 
Cary-Barnard, Hubert Vyel Juan, 195 
Cass, Benjamin Croft, 141 
Cassels, Herbert Wentworth, 7 

,, James Houston, 273 

John Hugh Houston, 260 

John Kennedy, 64 

,, Kenneth Scougall, QI 
Cassidi. Francis Laird, 305 
Castens, George Emil, 97 

Herbert Hay ton, 48 
Castle, Arthur, 48 

Godfrey Ernest, 275 

Michael Bowiing, 62 

Sidney, 46 
Cattell, John Francis, 275 
Catterall, Charles, 273 
Cave, Edward Watkins, 1 1 1 

Harold Watkins, 28 
Cawley, Harold Thomas, 172 

John Stephen, 205 

Oswald, 233 
Cay, Albert Jaffray, 2 1 7 
Cayley, Hugh Charles, 97 
Cayzer, Charles William, 112 

Harold Stanley, 232 

,, Herbert Robin, 224 

John Sanders, 125 
Cazalct,Clement H au ghton Lai igston, 113 



Chadwick, Rohan Mackenzie, 269 
Chalk, Charles Launder, 188 
Challinor, Edward, 29 

William Francis, 240 



Chalmers, 



Arthur George 
morency, 156 



de Mont- 



,, Patrick Reginald, 124 
Chamberlain, Arthur, 214 
Arthur Neville, 88 
Herbert Reginald, 213 
John, 224 
Joseph Austen, 53 
Percy Garratt, 209 

Walter Basil, 243 
Chamberlin, Frederick George, 180 

Robert Marshall, 91 
Champion, Alan Trcweeke, 306 
Chance, Arent Schuyler de Puyster, 45 
Chaning-Pearce, Wilfrid Thomas, 278 
Chanler, John Armstrong, 46 
Chaplin, Alfred Ernest, 151 

,, Clement O'Neal, 244 

,, Godfrey Ramsey, 167 

James Cottingham, 255 

,, Leonard Chippendall, 283 
Chapman, Harry, 288 

John Abel, 182 
Charles, Allen Aitchison Havelock, 282 

,, John Roger, 142 

,, Michael Thomas, 155 
Charlton, Francis Hartley, 132 

Frederick William, 207 
Chase, Charles Allen, 248 

,, George Armitage, 279 
Chatwin, Greville Augustus Francis 

Mason, 199 

Chawner, William Rupert, 302 
Chaworth- Musters, George Patricias, 29 1 
Cheese, Edward Alfred, 143 

John Ethelstan, 184 
Chilton, Thomas, 71 
Chin i), Alan Edward, 70 

Harold William, 127 

Maurice Henry, 101 
Chittick, Hubert Stanley, 267 
Cholmondeley, Randal Berners, 4 

Thomas Tatton Reginald, 65 
Christie, Harold Douglas, 215 

Lionel Ronald, 287 

Stanley Percy, 182 

William Charles, 131 
Christie-Miller, see Christy, S. R. 
Christopherson, Derman, 151 

Horace, 136 
Christy, Sydney Richardson, 144 

Walter Arthur Chetwynd, 109 
Chrystal, George Gordon, 270 
Chubb, Clifford, 272 
Church, Leslie Humphrey, 243 
Churchward, Percy Alaric, 304 



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Index. 



319 



Clarence, Arthur Arderne, 234 
Clark, Arthur Lyndon, 30 

Charles Edward, 163 

Edward Stuart, 196 

,, Francis Allen, 254 

Francis Hartley Hall, 277 
George Ernest, 233 
Henry Denton, 239 
Henry Douglas, 297 
John Norman D'Arcy, 144 

,, William Harold, 247 
Clarke, Alan Strafford, 220 

Alfred Etheldred, 141 

,, Arthur Lionel Crisp, 131 

Charles Samuel, 146 

Charles Wentworth, 159 

Edward Montagu Campbell, 267 

Ernest Joseph, 198 

,, George Hodges, 107 

Henry Herbert, 163 

Walrond Bernard, 1 16 
Clayton, Frank, 240 

Geoffrey Hare, 257 

John Hunt, 78 

,, Jonathan Maurice, 269 
Clayton-Brown, William Dealtry, 99 
Clegg, Edmund Barwick, 175 

Frederick, 26 
Clifford, Alexander, 152 

George Henry, 1 10 

Henry Charles, 31 
Clive, Herbert Reginald, 132 
Close, Francis Archibald, 77 
Coates, John Spencer, 204 

Thomas Linnaeus, 195 
Cobb, Cecil Henry, 80 

,, Charles Edward, 26 

Francis Arthur, 260 

Francis Cecil, 160 

Francis Harold, 196 

Francis Marsden Reginald, 217 

Francis Mervyn Chippendale, 
177 

Francis Rupert Victor, 275 

,, Henry Frederick, 218 

,, Herbert Edmund, 290 

Herbert Enfield, 72 

,, John Gerard, 19 

,, John Henry, 52 

John Mansfield, 269 

Robert, 218 

Thomas Hugh, 42 

William Grahame, 200 
Cochran, George Walker, 236 

,, James Alfred, 9 

,, John Augustus, 7 
Cochrane, Russell Duff, 270 

,, Walter Neville, 101 
Cock, James Harold, 196 
Cockburn, Hampden Zane Churchill, 86 



Cockerell, Laurence Homan Mulock 

Pepys, 197 
Cohen, Benjamin Arthur, 24 

,, Harry Montefiore, 180 

,, William Herbert, 68 
Cole, Charles Livesey, 304 
Coles, Frederick William, 63 

Henry Hartland, 31 

John Howell, 72 

,, Percival, 68 

Philip Bartlett, 194 
Collier, Bertram William, 139, 307 

William Tregonwell, 300 
Collin, Francis Spencer, 267 
Collingwood, Robin, 302 
Collins, Geoffrey Abdy, 294 

Philip, 248 
Collinson, Christopher Barber, 15 

John, 2 

Walter Waller, 164 
Collis, Maurice Stewart, 297 
Colls, Arthur Stanley, 55 
Colmer, Graham John, 286 
Colmore, William Thomas, 228 
Colpoys, Henry Theodore, 301 
Colt, Francis Dymock, 55 
Colville, John Ross, 190 
Combe, George, 46 

James, 180 

Samuel Barbour, 207 
Compton, Cuthred, 254 
Conant, Eric Edward Wake, 202 

Harry Charles, 220 
Concannon, Edmund George, 153 
Conybeare, Charles Henry, 5 

John Josias, 294 
Coode, Charles Louis, 97 

William Melvill, 67 
Cook, Adrian Henry, 296 

Arthur Edwin, 240 

James Falshaw, 156 

Joseph, 109 

Philip Howard, 280 

Sam, 27 
Cooke, A If, 260 

Cyril John Shapleigh, 292 

Harry Nickson, 131 

Henry Harwood, 205 

Jack Hewson, 184 

Reginald Walter, 75 

Sidney Fitzwyman, 64 
Cooke-Hurle, Edward Forbes, 65 
Cooper, Clive Foster, 206 

Edward Trenchard, 64 

William Wilfrid, 247 
Coote, Charles Harold, 59 

Chidley Eyre, 29 

Howard, 49 
Cope, Geoffrey Silvervvood, 301 
Copeland, William Brian, 305 



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Index. 



[COP DAL 



Copeland, William Henry Lawrence, 14 
Coppock, John Charles, 28 
Corah, John Reginald, 252 
Corbett, Edward Corles, no 
Cordiner, Robert Charles, 7 
Cornwall, JamesHandysideMarshall, 287 
Corry, Herbert William, 198 
Cory, Arthur Myrie, 281 

Edgar Myrie, 255 

Ivan Rupert, 277 
Cossar, George Carter, 221 
Cott, Alfred William, 288 
Cotterill, John Clement Chawner, 169 
Cotterill-Phillips, see Cotterill 
Cotton, Lionel Francis, 107 
Couchman, Bertram Cornish, 42 

Ernest Henley, 42 

Philip Holbech, 74 
Coulthard, Frank, 63 
Courage, Anthony, 159 

Douglas Knyvett, 226 

Harry Ernest, 96 
Court, Edward Darlington, 30 
Courtauld, John Sewell, 221 

Richard Minton, 196 

Samuel, 170 

,, Stephen Lewis, 248 

William Julien, 1 12 
Courtenay, Charles Pepys, no 

,, Henry Hugh, 126 
Cowan, Percy John, 160 ^ 

,, Robert Bruce, 9 
Cowley, George Evelyn, 294 

George Hamilton Ivens, 252 
Cowlishaw, Francis Ion, 113 
Cox, Alfred Richardson, 53 

Charles Henry Fortnom, 206 

,, Douglas Howard, 232 

Edwin Arthur Russell, 106 

,, Frederick Hugh, 215 

George Darrell, 126 

,, Guy Russell, 271 

,, Henry Leonard, 143 

,, Henry Morton, 34 

Herbert Louis Noel, 27 

,, Keith Trenchard, 282, 308 

,, Kenneth Murchison, 8 

,, Lionel Maidstone, 215 
Cox-Murchison, see Cox, K. M. 
Cuzens-Hardy, Basil, 273 

,, Edward Herbert, 139 
Grace, Herbert Stanley, 270 
Craig, Clive, i 56 

Herbert James, 104 
Cramer-Roberts, Frank William, 234 
Cranmer-Byng, Hugh Edward, 144 
Craven, Harold Evelyn Andrew, 270 
Crawford, Claude Melville, 29, 307 

Richmond Shakespeare, 77, 307 
Crawley-Boevey, Arthur Curtis, 145 



Crawley-Boevey, Charles Arthur, 199 

Edward Martin, 135 

Leslie, 260 

Crawshaw, John Charlesworth, 259 
Creswick, Francis Nathaniel, 164 
Crewdson, Joseph, 150 
Crockford, Leslie Charles, 286 
Croft, Frank Garrelt, 122 

Peter, 134 
Crofton, Morgan George, 201 
Crofts, Thomas Robert Norman, 141 
Crosbie-Dawson, George, 149 
Cross, Carlton, 5 

Charles Francis, 7 

Francis John Kynaston, 63 

William Coats, 176 
Crosse, Richard Banastre, 296 
Crosthwaite, Hugh Stewart, 203 
Crouch, Charles Percival, 24 
Crowe, Frank, 21 1 
Crowther, Guy Fenwick, 243 
Cruickshank, Arthur Henry Prinsep, 252 

Fletcher Cecil Macdonald, 236 
Cruso, Henry Alfred Antony, 136 
Cruttwell, Charles Robert Mowbray 

Fraser, 284 

Cubitt, Bertram Blakiston, 20 
Cullimore, James, 277 
Culshaw, George Harold, 60 
Cumberbatch, Carlton Parry, n 

Laurence Charles, 52 
Gumming, Charles Linnaeus, 297 
Cuningham, Arthur Mactier, 24 

John Fairlie, 35 
Cunliffe, Harold Hastilow, 259 

Robert Neville Henry, 252 

Thomas Henry Withers, 272 

William Richard, 279 
Cunningham, James Cyril, 265 

Robert, 297 

,, Tom Eric, 284 
Curell, Andrew Cottrell, 214 
Curry, Granville Edward, 75 
Curteis, Henry Herbert, 34 
Curtis- Hay ward, Charles Miles, 259 

Reginald, 196 

Thomas, 184 
Curtler, Henry Hoskins, 13 
Curwen, Cecil Niel, 297 
Custance, Studley Neville, 281 

DADLEY, John Arthur Sabin, 44 
Dainton, Arthur Harold, 281 

,, Sydney Herbert George, 244 
Dainty, George Edward Goodall, 28 
Dalby, Alan, 136 

John, 117 
Dale, Charles Alfred, 34 
Dallin, Francis Thomas, 140 
Dalton, Basil Imlay, 258 



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Index. 



321 



d'Ambrumenil, Ernest, 276 

Philip, 277 
Daniel, Illtyd Arthur Evan, 260 
Daniel), Cecil Norman, 202 

Gilbert Lindsay, 212 
Danson, Arthur Llewellyn, 156, 308 
Danvers, see Ellis-Dan vers 
Darbishire, Robert Shelby, 281 
Darcus, Solomon Henry, 3 
Darnell, Charles Knapp, 89 
Dashwood, Arthur Paul, 230 

Wilfrid James, 250 
Davenport, Frank Maturin, 298 

,, Gilbert Capell, 218 

,, Henry Reginald, 190 

,, John Archibald, 190 

,, Leonard Marriott, 299 
Davey, Arthur Jex, 105 

,, Horace Scott, 58 
Davidson, Frank James, 89 
Davie, Bertie George, 157 
Davies, Arthur Gerald Capel, 127 

Arthur Henry, 173 

Charles Hugh, 286 
Cyril Froodvale, 94 
Dudley Oliveira, 147 
Earl Bourne, 229 
Edward Fox St. Aubrey, 102 
Henry Eustace, 147 

James Arthur, 142 

John Charles Silvester, 306 

,, John Christopher, 299 

Oswyn St. Leger, 133 

Ottley Wilding, 1 19 

William, 129 
Davies, see also Morris-Davies 
Davis, Bernard Eric, 288 

Frank Prosser, 270 

,, Rushworth Kennard, 235 
Davy, George Charles Hague, 127 
Daw, Charles Bennett, 290 

William Fabyan Bennett, 197 
Dawkins, Charles Tyrwhitt, 6 

Thomas Frederick, 82 
Dawson, Harry, 294 

James Lofthouse, 39 

John, 29 

John Sharp, 26 

Vincent Osborne Cort, 117 
Dawson, see also Crosbie-Dawson 
Day, Charles Nevile, 114 

Herbert Allen, 4 
Daymond, Herbert George, 36 
Deacon, Harold Albert, 166 

Reginald Evelyn, 237 

,, Stuart, 107 
Deakin, Carrick Ransome, 150 

Ernest Newton, 73 

Frederick Farrer. 186 

,, George Vyvyan,' 305 
VOL. III. 



Deakin, William Rothschild, 89 

Dealtry, Thomas, 18 

Dean, Charles Geoffrey, 179 

De Candolle, Charles RaymondPyramus 

58. 37 

Richard Emile Augustine, 101 
de Fonblanque, Philip, 264 
DC Havilland, Ivon Molesworth Charles 

Jason, 192 
Deighton, Richard Mather, 130 

,, William Christopher, 192 
De la Condomine, Robert Coutart, 193 
Delay, Herbert Walter, 1 1 1 
De Lissa, Arthur Rene, 166 
Delmege, Edward Collis, 169, 308 
Demuth, Lewis Henry, 40 
Dendy, Murray Heathfield, 267 

Norman Heathfield. 282 
Denis Browne, William Charles, 301 
Dennis, Stanley Mertyn, 89 

Sydney, 185 
Denny, Edward Henry Marland, 36 
Dent, Harry, 39 
Denton, George Clarke, 220 

John, 136 

William, 153 
de Pass, Frank Alexander, 287 
De Renzy, Annesley St. George, 109 
de Rin, Angelo Victor John, 257 
de Rivaz, Charles Henry Chevally, 85 
Dt-uchar, John Seaton, 194 

Leslie Robertson, 225 
de Vere, Gaston Le'on du Chene, 125 
Dew, Noel Aylmer, 278 
Dewar, John, 261 

Michael Bruce Urquhart, 275 
de Wend Fenton, William Ross, 256 
De Wolff, Hugh Francis, 243 
Dhani, Mom Chow, 288 
Dickinson, George Fryer, 280 

,, James, 263 

,, Ronald Francis Bickersteth, 

288 
Dickson, Joseph William Edmund, 

297 

Dilke, Charles Wentworth, 136 
Dillon, Edward Wentworth, 222 

Eric FitzGerald, 211 
Dix, Robert Malam, 224 
Dixon, Anthony Joseph Steele, 35 

Archibald Willis, 105 

Clive Macdonel, 107 

Ernest Leslie Basset, 273 

Herbert, 202 

Lennox Burton, 90 

Percy, 228 

Thomas, 20 

Wynyard, 144 
Dobie, James Jardine, 186 
Dobson, Robert Nelson, 164 

BB 



322 



Index. 



BOD EDW 



Dodgson.ReginaldCharles Frederick, 306 
Doig, John Alexander, 183 
Don, Alan Campbell, 259 

,, Francis Percival, 271 

Frederick WilliamRobertson, 289 
Donald, Archibald Douglas, 66 

Colin Dunlop, 202 

Douglas, 145 

Thomas Walter, 186 

William Francis Maxwell, 224 
Donisthorpe, Frederick Russell, 27 
Donnison, James Oldaker, 38 

Thomas Edward, 20 
Dorman, Arthur Charles, 153 

Arthur John, 227 

Bedford Lockwood, 202 
Dormer, Cecil Rhodes, 299 
Dougherty, John Gerald, 241 
Doughty, Charles, 205 
Douglas, Archibald John Angus, 249 
Douie, Francis McCrone, 274 
Dove, John, 134 

Percy Matthew, 122 
Dowdall, Harold Chaloner, 87 

,, Thomas Percy, 77 
Downing, Arthur Joseph, 9 

Geoffrey, 57 

Henry John, 32 
Dowson, Aubrey Osier, 148 

,, Edgar Enfield, 95 

,, Erasmus Charles Head, 82 

Oscar Follett, 2 1 4 

Percy Enfield, 148 

Robert, 283 
Drake, Bernard Harpur, 167 

,, Henry Harcourt, 9 
Draper, Alick Darby, 264 

,, Bernard Montagu, 162 

Roland Herbert, 177 

Warwick Herbert, 136 
Drinkwater, George Carr, 21 1 

John Roddam, 296 
Drummond, Arthur Lennox, 81 

Charles, 180 

,, Duncan Powys, 71 

Edgar Lorn, 70, 307 

Huntly Redpath, 48 

,, James Iver Macpherson, 92 

,, Norman Maurice, 268 
Duffield, Arthur Stewart, 91 
Dugdale, Gerald, 253 

James Henry, 46 

John, 103 

John Percy, 206 

John Sydney, 282 

Joseph, 131 

Richard William, 303 

Sydney, 3 

Walter Geoffrey, 280 

William, 117 



Dugdale, William Marshall, 217 
Duke, Ernest Hamilton, 130 

Mervyn Oliver Molesworth, 289 

Reginald Franklyn Hare, 286 

,, Reginald Hare, 206 
Dukes, Clement, 150 

Laurence, 213 

Maurice, 274 

William Battley, 167 
Dulley, Herbert, 88 
Dunbar, see Nugent Dunbar 
Dunbar-Brander, James, 169 
Duncan, David Ross, 261 

George Bruce, 244 

,, James Grant, 223 

,, John, 208 

Joseph Hugh, 282 
Dunell, Cyril, 8 

Dunkerly, William Charles, 120 
Dunkley, Edward Vincent, 208 
Dunlop, Launcelot Lindsay Brook, 301 

William Eric Brook, 286 
Durham, Frank Rogers, 123 
Duthy, George Walter, 262 
Dutton, John Victor, 78 
Dyer, George Nowers, 221 

Thomas Swinnerton, 12 
Dyke, John Ewart, 140 
Dykes, Douglas Edward Pellew, 154 

EAULK, Frank Cornish, 112 

John Bernard, 132 

,, Walter Standley, 103 
Eaton-Shore, Norbury, 292 
Eccles, Joseph Louis, 289 

,, Percy, 222 

,, Thomas, 155 
Eckersley, Arthur, 184 

,, Walter Hubert, 152 
Eckhardt, Oscar Philip, 297 
Ecroyd, Edward, 51 

,, William, 13 
Eddis, Bruce Lindsay, 246 
Eddison, Harold Tatham, 165 
Eddy, Kenneth Lewis, 221 
Ede, Cuthbert, 289 
Edelstein, Adolph Julius, 225 
Eden, Henry Charles Hamilton, 295 
Eden- H iron, John, 26 
Edgar, Robert Gerald, 259 
Edgington, Herbert, 142 

Walter, 171 

Edlin, Edward Frederick Holberton, 98 
Edmondson, James Townley, 208 

Robert Holt, 225 
Edmunds, John Masters, 15 
Edward, Alan Philip Kenrick, 132 
Edwards, Charles Frederick, 57 

Douglas Bruce, 255 

Francis Harold, 25 



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Index , 



323 



Edwards, Isaac Newton, 76 

Llewellyn, 12 

,, Roderick Mackenzie, r I 

Walter Mansel, 258 
Egerton, Charles Caledon, 276 

Charles Philip, 38 
Elder, Alexander Lang, 304 
Elderton, Arthur, 154 
Eley, Charles Cuthbert, 133 

Edward Thomas, 239 
Elin, Henry Dyne, 74 
Elkington, Charles John, 156 
Ellis, Arthur, 1 28 

Bernard Pemberton, 159 

,, Charles Swinford, 291 

Everett Wodehouse, 252 

Gerald Hubert Leigh Wyburne, 
203 

,, Henry Radcliffe, 263 

John Christopher Radclyffe, 80 

Thomas, 97 

,, Thomas Arthur McMahcn, 169 

Walter Affleck, 294 
Ellis-Danvers, Gerald Rochfort, 289 
Ellison, Guy Moreton, 250 

Henry Richard Nevill, 87 

William Reynolds, 172 
Elsee, Arthur, 49 

Charles, 148 

Henry John, 31 

Herbert, 205 
Emrys-Jones, Mansel Franklin, 242 
Engleheart, Victor Frederick, 65 
English, Alexander Emmanuel, 121 

,, Richard Cornforth, 283 
Entwisle, Arthur, 290 

Thomas, 277 
Erichsen, Frederick Ole, 97 
Erskine, Malcolm Henry, 20 
Esdaile, Arthur James, 274 
Essex, Malcolm, 101 
Esson, William, 150 
Eustace, John James Hardy Rowland, 9 
Eustace-Smith, Lancelot, 97 
Evans, Arthur Percivale, 233 

Charles Gilbert, 251 

Granville Pennefather, 89 

,, Lionel Thorngate, 292 

Martin Llewellyn, 56 

Robert, 26 

Sebastian, 2 

,, Thomas Arkwright, 36 

,, William, 210 
Evelegh, Rosslyn Curzon, 266 
Evelyn, Francis Heron Lyndon, 302 
Everett, Isaac Arthur Huskisson, 136 
Evers, Claude Pilkington, 165 

Frank Percival, 98 

Hugh Lancelot, 226 

Ralph Wentworth, 283 



Kvers-Swindell, Harold, 76 

,, Laurence, 169 
Ewens, Bernard Creasy, 292 
Ewing, John Ludwig Stewart, 259 
Exham, Alfred Harmer, 17 

FABER, Geoffrey Cust, 301 
Fabling, John Roy, 234 
Fabricius, Leslie, 288 
Fagge, Robert Hilton, 118 
Fairclough, Edgar Musgrave, 62 

James Stanley, 91 
Fairhurst, James Ashton, 92 
Faithfull,Wyudham James Hamilton, 16 
Falk, Herbert Eugene, 9 

John Howard Toynbee, 222 

Oswald Toynbee, 187 
Fallows, John Arthur, 48 
Fane, Cecil, 164 

Julian, 175 
Fargus, Frederick Brian Arthur, 287 

Nigel Harry Skinner, 220 
Farie, Robert Gladstone Sydney Cotton, 

"54 

Farmer, William Alfred, 83 
Farquhar, William, 43 
Farquharson, William George Robertson, 

48 
Farran, Edmund Darley, 241 

Frederick St. Clair, 162 

,, George Erie, 91 

George Lambert, 216 
Farrant, Henry, 189 

Melvil, 267 
Farter, see Ecroyd, W. 
Pass, Herbert Ernest, 217 
Fayrer, James Outram Spens, 17 
Feldenheimer, Willy Moses, 125 
Fell, Basil Haig, 75 

Michael Edwin, 299 
Fellowes, Evelyn Napier, 13 

,, Thomas Lyon, 165 
Fenton, James Marriott, 166 
Fenton, see also de Wend-Fenton 
Fenwick, William, 37 
Ferguson, Robert Hamilton, 292 
Fergusson, Alan Walter John, 190 
Fernley, Thomas, 45 
Ferrand, Joshua Gerard, 152 
Ferrar, Michael Lloyd, 163 
Feuerheerd, Ferdinand Mathias, 40 
Field, Archibald William, 271 

Henry St. John, 244 

John, 267 

Mark Gwendwr, 260 

Sydney Riach, 222 
Filley, Oliver Dwight, 244 
Finch, Frederick Richard, 115 

William Gerard, 175 
Finlay, Robert Francis, 1 74 



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Index. 



[FIB GAB 



Firmstone, Harold William, 82 
Firth, Alec Mark Bernard, 300 

Alfred, 32 

Bernard Alexander, 72 

Charles Henry Bramley, 88 

Henry Branson, 47 

Edward Willoughby, 87 

John Bradley, 1 2 

John Loxley, 10 

Mark, 12 

,, Thomas James, i ii 
Fischer, Charles Terreneau, 64 
Fisher, George Edwin, 278 
Fison, Edward Lorimer, 54 

Harry Leonard, 99 

John, 33 

Walter Cornell, 9 
Fitzgerald, Brinsley John Hamilton, I 
FitzGerald, see also Vesey FitzGerald 
Fitzpatrick, Richard William, 257 
FitzRoy, Robert Hope, 241 
Fladgate, Stanley Gauntlett, 168 
Flavelle, John Mason, 29 
Fleischmann, FriedrichNoelAshcroft, 196 

,, Oscar Sheridan, 221 
Fleming, Ernest Cole, 254 
Fletcher, Basil Lindley, 273 

Cyril, 219 

Edwin Howard, 173 

Henry Rivers, 155 

Henry Field, 251 

Horatio John Walpole, 227 

,, John Henry, 21 

,, Lancelot Holstock, 79 

Norman, 175 

Owen Heaton Lynch, 238 

Philip Cawthorne, 239 

William Frederick Ashby, 131 
Flint, Algernon Horace, 231 
Florence, see Sargant- Florence 
Foden, Edward Antrobus, 61 
Foote, Archibald Murray, 224 
Forbes, Eustace Macleod, 32 

Patrick William, 14 
Ford, Richard Nagle, 246 
Ford, see also St. Clair Ford 
Fordham, Rupert Oswald, 2 

Wolverley Attwood, 2 
Forget, Alfred Edward, 20 
Forman, Dudley Perry, 284 
Forrest, George FitzGeorge, 225 

,, James, 1 1 
Forshaw, George Alfred, 23 

Henry Philip, 181 

John Horrocks, 159 
Forster, see Arnold-Forster 
Forward, Sydney Brittain, 149 
Foster, Alfred James, 57 

Frank Broome, 174 

Henry fcvans, 293 



Foster, Hugh Cunliffe, 107 

Kenric George, 88 
Fowle, Thomas Ernie, 45 

William Thomas, 277 
Fowler, Archibald Robert, 56 

,, Arthur John, 72 

George Herbert, 177 

William Edward Eddison, 95 
Fox, Edmund John, 159 
Francis, Arthur Bruce Charles, 191 

,, Guy Lancelot Brereton, 278 

Reginald John Edwards, 121 

Walter Richardson Grant, 105 
Frankau, Claude Howard Stanley, 235 

,, George Neuberg, 2 1 7 
Franklyn, Geoffrey Ernest Warren, 292 

,, Harold Edmund, 265 
Fraser, Denholm de Montalt Stuart, 301 

Hugh Stein, 36 

James Howie, 287 

John Alexander, I 

Wallace, 163 
Freeman, Noel William, 253 

Wilfred Rhodes, 293 
French, Reginald, 241 
Frith, William Robert, 269 
Fryer, John Claud Fortescue, 283 
Fullagar, Francis John, 170 
Fuller, Charles Drury, 305 
Furber, Albert Leslie, 122 

,, Montague, 137 
Furlong, Alfred William, 231 
Furness, John Monteith, 84 

Robert Allason, 238 

GABBITAS, Gerald William Bassett, 212 
Gaddum, Alfred Edward, 123 

Arthur Graham, 146 

Arthur Louis Roger, 88 

Frank Ernest, 78 

Frederick Ducange, 25 

,, George Percy, 98 

Russell Charles Sydney, 206 
Gainsford, Thomas Alan, 208 
Gair, Henry Burgh, 234 

,, John Hamilton, 6 
Gaitskell, Charles Edward, 172 

Herbert Ashley, 137 
Galloway, Reginald, 152, 307 
Gait, Herbert, 12 

Gamlen, John Charles Blagdon, 257 
Ganderton, Charles Milner, 305 

,, Martin Noel, 289 
Gardiner, Joseph Napier, 118 
Gardner, Arthur Dancan, 247 

James Cardwell, 61 

Richard Titley, 22 

Willoughby, 23 
Garforth, William, 228 
Garnett, Charles James William, 42 



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Index. 



325 



Garnctt, Francis Charles Humfrey, 276 

George William, 34 

Newstead, 62 

Peter Percy Robert, 70 

,, William, 80 
Garratt, Geoffrey Theodore, 302 
Garraway, Harry Stephenson, 122 
Garrett, Alfred Stead, 162 

Douglas Thornbury, 253 

Frank, 106 

Henry Fawcett, 265 

Hugh Littlewood, 47 

,, Newson Littlewood, 82 

Richard, 66 

Ronald Thornbury, 297 

,, Stephen, 194 

Victor Richard, 287 
Garrett-Smith, Louis, 286 
Garrod-Thomas, Richard Noel, 262 
Gaskell, Holbrook, 203 
Gaskell, see also Penn-Gaskell 
Gatacre, John Kirwan, 250 
Gates, Howard Francis, 71 
Gatty, see Scott-Gatty 
Gay-Roberts, Edmund Lionel, 234 
Geddes, Guy Westland, 214 

John, 201 
Gedge, Francis Escombe, 304 

Sydney Francis, 19 
Gellatly, Christopher Charles, 39 

Herbert, 60 
Gemmell, Alan Cecil, 219 

Kenneth Thomas, 253 
Geoghegan, Norman Meredith, 168 
George, Alfred Otway, 160 

,, Christopher, 184 
Gething, Arthur Edwards, 35 
Gibb, Alexander, 124 

John George Paton, 144 

Paul, 285 
Gibbs, Charles Frederic, 157 

John Slater, 141 
Giffard, Campbell Walter, 286 

George James, 277 
Gilfillan, Farleigh, 146 

,, Robert, 146 
Gilkison, Dugald Stewart, 206 

James David Ralston, 250 
Gill, Arthur Percy, 37 

,, Benjamin Kemp, 76 

Francis Hartley, 283 
Gilliat, Harold, 290 
Gilligan, John Vanner, 194 
Gillson, Frank, 44 

,, Godfrey, 84 

Maurice Paget, 1 13 
Gilmour, James Patrick Eden, 27 
Glendinning, Halbert James, 302 
Godfrey, Francis William, 173 
Godman, Arthur Lowthian, 18 1 



Godman, Hubert, 191 

Laurence, 2 1 i 
Goff, John Talbot, 215 

Thomas Crosbie, 202 
Goffey, Thomas, 175 
Goldie, George Henry, 290 

Noel Barre', 242 
Goldy, Arnold, 50 
Good, Francis Stafford, 138 
Goode, Albert, 151 

Hugh Rhonold, 219 

Thomas, 118 

Goodwin, Henry Arthur Christopher, 293 
Gordon, Alexander Robert Gisborne, 233 

Alexander Stuart, 9 

Cosmo Alexander, 265 

,, James Edgar, 270 

,, John Steuart, 214 

,, Stanley Edgar, 306 
Gore, see Hume-Gore 
Gorton, Geoffrey Poole, 280 
Goschen, George Joachim, 75 

William Henry, 103 
Goslett, Alfred Harold, 176 

Maynard Gordon, 144 

Raymond G wynne, 264 

William Bernard, 147 
Gotch, Roby Myddleton, 300 
Gotto, James Porter Corry, 215 
Gouldesbrough, Claude, 224 
Gover, William Welch Barrows, 174 
Gow, Andrew Sydenham Farrar, 276 
Gowan, Hyde Clarendon, 192 
Cowers, Ernest Arthur, 217 

,, William Frederick, 161 
Graham, Cecil Erskine, 238 

Christopher Norman, 253 

Claude, 221 

Francis Noel, 266 

John Gordon, 178 

Malcolm Hay, 178 

,, William Fergus, 178 
Grahame, Alexander Monteith Brown, 18 

John Buchanan, 18 
Grandage, Donald, 305 
Granet, William Guy, 88 
Grant, Jack McClean, 302 

Patrick Charles Murray, 13 
Graseman, Cuthbert, 304 
Gray, Donald Christopher, 245 

,, Duncan MacKinnon, 18 1 

,, Francis James, 216 

James Mackey, 145 

James Neville, 266 

Percival, 138 
Gray-Buchanan, Thomas Fade, 162 
Greaves, John, 181 

John Hall, 54 
Green, Charles Everitt, 76 

Charles Stevenson, 101 



326 



Index. 



[GEE HAN 



Greenway, Edwin Ricketts, 215 
Greenwood, Robin, 253 
Greer, John Arthur, 181 
Greg, Edward Hyde, 53 

Ernest William, 31 

Gerald Rathbone, 70 

,, Henry Philips, 63 

John Ronald, 72 

Percival Henry, 97 
Gregson, Bryan Padgett, 149 

Geoffrey Kirkes, 232 

,, Henry Guy Fulljames Savage, 

39 

Richard Eustace Stockdale, 222 
Grenside, Harold Cutcliffe, 199 
Greville, Ronald Henry Fulke, 51 
Gribbon, Walter Harold, 212 

William Lancaster, 2OI 
Grice, James Elliott, 88 
Grierson, Douglas, 134 

Frederick Vedast, 297 

James, 75 

John Armitage, 295 

William Wylie, 42 
Grieve, William Robert, 191 
Grieve, see also Macfarlane-Grieve 
Griffin, Albert Edwin, 39 

John Thomas, 22 
Griffith, Charles Edward, 239 

Llewelyn, 255 
Griffith -Boscawen, Arthur Sackville 

Trevor, 59 
Griffiths, Cecil Hubert Morgan, 174 

Claud Vernon Philipps, 241 

GeraldWilliamPercival Morgan, 

216 

Grischotti, William, 218 
Grover, Charles Walter, 210 

Percival Charles, 162 
Grove White, James Herbert, 302 

, John Alexander, 202 
Robert, 225 

William Ernest, 183 
Grubb, Louis Henry, 74 
Grun, Robert Honneffer James, 102 
Grundy, Geoffrey Stewart, 277 
Grylls, Horace Here, 210 

John Bere, 168 
Gubbins, Launcelot Russell, 233 

Thomas Russell, 281 
Guedalla, Florance Montefiore, 131 

Herbert, 137 

Philip, 294 
Gummer, Herbert Ingram, 281 
Gunn, Arthur Hill, 159 

Ernest, 181 
Gunter, Richard Francis, 114 
Guppy, Francis Henry, 298 
Gurney, Kenneth Gerard, 288 
Guscotte, Leonard John, 51 



Giiterbock, John Alfred, 303 

,, Paul Julius Gottlieb, 280, 308 
Guthrie, Seton Charles Baillie, 240 
Guthrie, see also Lingard Guthrie 
Guthrie Smith, Wilfred Marshall, in 
Gwyn, Reginald Preston Jermy, 98 
Gwyther, Edward Newill, 140 

HACK, Bastle Starmer, 129 
Hadden, Francis John, 20 

Frederick, 8 

,, Henry Alexander, 49 

Thomas, 8 
Haddock, James Rudolph, 50 

Lorents Braun, 58 

Sydney George, 15 
Hadley, Felix Cyril Timmins, 214 
Hadrill, Arthur William, 172 

,, Henry Clement, 135 
Hadwen, Herbert Seymour, 170 
Haes, John Andrew, 151 
Haggie, Charles James, 93 

Oswald Sinclair, 258 

Peter Norman Broughton, 225 
Hahn, Frederick Alexander, 7 
Haig, Kenneth George, 203 
Haigh, Lionel Clifford, 133 
Haines, Cecil Evered, 82 

,, Ernest Alfred, 42 
Hale, John Henry, 33 
Hales, Arthur John Shirley Hoare, 

222 

Hall, Arthur John, 72 

,, Arthur Robinson Kay, 8 1 

,, Charles Ernest, 15 

Edward Marshall, 6 

Ernest Byfield, 189 

Frederick Robert, 207 

Harry Garforth, 40 

John, 115 

John Herbert, i 

Marriott Firth, 76 

Thomas Herbert, 15 

Walter Graham, 46 

William, 145, 30