The Young Colonials: A Social History of Education in Trinidad and Tobago, 1834-1939

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Appendixes

Appendix I
List of Island Scholars 1863-1903
Year Name Class College
1863 J.R. Cadiz Class II QRC
1864 H.C. Bowen Class I QRC
1865 J.R. Fabien Class I QRC
1866 J.N. Rat Class I QRC
J.K. Wright Class I QRC
1867 No nominations
1868 W. Eccles Class II QRC
1869 R.G. Bushe Class I QRC
G.M. Knox Class I QRC
1870 A.W. Wright Class I QRC
J.J. Cornilliac S CIC
L.J. Fabien S QRC
G.L. Latour S QRC
1871 R. Eccles Class II QRC
1872 A.A. Boucaud Class II QRC
1873 No nominations
1874 No nominations
1875 J.A.R. Stollmeyer ----- QRC
1876 W.E. Cleaver Class I QRC
G.S. Dorville Class II QRC
R.S.A. Warner Class III QRC
1877 H.A. Alacazar Class I CIC
A.R. Gray Class I QRC
R.W.C. Norman Class II QRC
1878 A.E. Hendrickson Class III CIC
1879 W.J. Locke Class I QRC
C.R. Alston Class III QRC
L.A. Wharton Class III CIC
1880 J. Cornilliac Class III CIC
1881 C.A. Locke Class II QRC
E.G. Blanc Class III QRC
A.N. Darwent Class III QRC
1882 A.A. Bruére Class II CIC
C.B. Reid Class III QRC
G.G. Savary Class III CIC
1883 S.M. Laurence Class II QRC
E. Prada Class III CIC
C. Williams Class III QRC
C.F. O'Connor Class III CIC
1884 R.A. Falconer Class I QRC
J.R. Dickson Class III QRC

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