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Staff College graduates 1895


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I'd like to see a list of Staff College graduates, particularly for 1895. Can anyone point me in the right direction,please?

Michael

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Michael

There are a series of boards in the Army Staff College building in the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst grounds in Camberley. I was there for a wedding earlier in the year and saw them - they record the officers who graduated and in which year up to WW1. I took photos of them but these have sadly been lost due to phone problem. Otherwise they will probably be this data in the archives at the RMAS.

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Colin

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or .. if no annual lists are easily available/accesible....the Army Lists contain show list of Staff College Graduates. 'Officers now serving who have passed the final examination etc etc ..' I dont have a List pre Feb 1900. is there a specific name you are looking for? as later Army lists will show names of all serving officers who are Staff College graduates - as you may, or may not know.

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Thanks, both. I was wanting to see a list to establish who were the contemporaries of B.R. Mitford at the College. I'll look in Army Lists for 1895 next time I am at TNA.

Michael

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Sandhurst's archive (which covers both Woolwich & Sandhurst ) can be searched here (note payment is required to view a specific record) but unless I'm missing something, although there are some listed for other years, there is no Mitford for 1895.

NigelS

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Sandhurst's archive (which covers both Woolwich & Sandhurst ) can be searched here (note payment is required to view a specific record) but unless I'm missing something, although there are some listed for other years, there is no Mitford for 1895.

NigelS

Staff college is Camberley not Sandhurst? Sandhurst/Woolwich junior officer, Camberly Senior officer. Hence PSC after name.

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