Percival Clennell AWMM
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- 3/158A AWMM
- 15/118 AWMM
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He was in the first boats to land at Gallipoli
Lieutenant Colonel Fenwick was the Deputy Assistant Director of Medical Services Headquarters, New Zealand and Australia Division during World War I.
Percival Fenwick married Ellen Mona Wright (her father was Fortunatus Evelyn Wright)
Auckland Museum World War 1 "The First Anzac Day" display includes a quote by Lt. Col. Fenwick.
Auckland Museum World War 1 "Anzac Cove" display. The display item is a model of Anzac Cove made by Colonel Fenwick and his staff namely Staff Sergeant Williams and E.J. Haynes who looked at sketches in Percival Fenwick's diary.
Fenwick, Percival. Documents, 1899-1929. Auckland War Memorial Museum Library. MS 90/82. Includes a newspaper article about his dispatch case which he took to the Boer War and left behind in South Africa. Fiftysix years years later the case was returned to him.
The Auckland War Memorial Museum includes Fenwick's album. Some images are included in Fenton, D., & Higgins, S. (2015). The Anzacs : an inside view of New Zealanders at Gallipoli. Auckland, New Zealand: Penguin. AWMM
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Percival Clennell Fenwick
I am a university student currently writing a paper about the experiences of Australian and New Zealand soldiers during the First World War. While researching, I came across your diary and was moved by your raw honesty about the hardships of war. May you find the peace that you so craved and receive the joy and love that you are so deserving of. Your words live on today and touch the lives of people like myself in a way that you could never have comprehended and I thank you for that. My love, respect and gratitude are with you always,
Public - Grace - Researcher - 5 October 2017
Grace Cuddihy (Fremantle, Australia)
- Stowers, R. (2002). Rough Riders at War: history of New Zealand's involvement in the Anglo-Boer war 1899-1902 and information on all members of the ten New Zealand contingents. Author: Hamilton, N.Z. AWMM
- New Zealand Army Expeditionary Force. (1914-1919). Nominal Rolls of New Zealand Expeditionary Force, Volume I. Wellington, N.Z.: Govt. Printer. AWMM
Vol1: 226 AWMM
- Fenwick, Percival Clennell. Anzac diary, 1915. Auckland War Memorial Museum Library. MS-1497. AWMM
Provides a day to day account of action at Gallipoli from 24 April to 27 June 1915. AWMM
- Fenwick, Percival. Documents, 1899 - 1929. Auckland War Memorial Museum Library. MS 90/82. AWMM
- Fenwick, Percival Clennell. Fenwick Album. Auckland War Memorial Museum. Album 337. AWMM
- Fenwick, P. (c2000). Gallipoli diary, 24 April to 27 June, 1915. Auckland, N.Z.: David Ling in association with Auckland War Memorial Museum. AWMM
- Fenton, D., & Higgins, S. (2015). The Anzacs : an inside view of New Zealanders at Gallipoli. Auckland, New Zealand: Penguin. AWMM
- Beattie, P.J. & Pomeroy, M. (2013-2015). Onward : portraits of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force (vols 1-3). Auckland, New Zealand: Fair Dinkum Publications AWMM
Vol. 1: Includes portrait AWMM
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