Frank Newman AWMM
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POW liberation details
POW serial number
- This record has been created from details provided from Archives New Zealand's Archway database http://www.archway.archives.govt.nz/ and indicates a personnel file is available at Archives New Zealand. AWMM
- Frank is the son of Eli Nathaniel, contractor, who died c1902 in NZ aged 68 and Elizabeth (nee POWELL) DIXON, who died 1939, Auckland. They married 25 November 1868 St Pancras Church, Parish of St Pancras, Middlesex, England.
Frank's Paternal grandfather was Benjamin DIXON, Tailor (deceased at time of son Eli's marriage).
Franks Maternal grandfather was Henry POWELL of Clarendon Square, glasscutter. Public - Sarndra - Researcher - 6 September 2015 - ancestry.co.uk: London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921;
Date of death
13 November 1918 Public - Sarndra - Researcher - 6 September 2015 - Headstone
Age at death
47 Public - Sarndra - Researcher - 6 September 2015 - Headstone
Place of death
Auckland, New Zealand Public - Sarndra - Researcher - 6 September 2015 - Headstone
Cause of death
Pneumonia Public - Sarndra - Researcher - 6 September 2015 - Headstone
Waikaraka Cemetery, Auckland, New Zealand Public - Sarndra - Researcher - 6 September 2015 - Personal visit
Area 2 Block Y Lot No 102B Public - Sarndra - Researcher - 6 September 2015 - Auckland City Council Libraries online cemetery database; http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/cemeteries/cemetery.html
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Stowers, R. (2009). Rough riders at war : history of New Zealand's involvement in the Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902 and information on all members of the 10 New Zealand contingents. Hamilton, N.Z.: R. Stowers. AWMM
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