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  1. A.U.C. Roll of Honour. MSS & Archives E-2. Special Collections, University of Auckland Libraries and Learning Services; Andrew Fordyce letter transcript, 25 June 1917, accessed 20 July 2014 via Cenotaph Database, Auckland War Memorial Museum.
  2. A.U.C. Roll of Honour; ‘Steele, Robert Blackwood - WWI 12/604, WWII 801761 – Army’, R24063700, Archives New Zealand, Wellington; ‘Hayter, Ernest - WW1 12/129 – Army’, R16793527, Archives New Zealand, Wellington; ‘Mackenzie, John - WW1 12/160 – Army’, R10921876, Archives New Zealand, Wellington; ‘Fordyce, Andrew Bruce - WW1 12/102 – Army’, R21004119, Archives New Zealand, Wellington; ‘Frater, Robert Andrew - WW1 12/1026 – Army’, R21005037, Archives New Zealand, Wellington.
  3. Births, deaths and marriages online, Department of Internal Affairs; New Zealand Herald, 27 February 1942, p.7, accessed via Papers Past.
  4. Auckland Star, 11 July 1906, p.5, accessed via Papers Past; ‘Hayter, Ernest’, A.U.C. Roll of Honour. MSS & Archives E-2. University of Auckland Libraries and Learning Services.
  5. Auckland Star, 16 April 1913, p. 5, accessed via Papers Past.
  6. ‘Hayter, Ernest - WW1 12/129 – Army’.
  7. ‘Mackenzie, John - WW1 12/160 – Army’, R10921876, Archives New Zealand, Wellington.
  8. ibid.; ‘Alexander Fraser McKenzie’, Cenotaph Database, Auckland War Memorial Museum.
  9. ‘Fordyce, Andrew Bruce - WW1 12/102 – Army’, R21004119, Archives New Zealand, Wellington; ‘Fordyce, Andrew Bruce, 1890/5383’, Births, deaths and marriages online, Department of Internal Affairs; ‘Fordyce, Andrew Bruce’, A.U.C. Roll of Honour.
  10. ‘Frater, Robert, 1891/1194’, Births, deaths and marriages online, Department of Internal Affairs; Auckland Grammar School, The Kiwi; official organ of the Auckland University College, 11, 1916, pp. 23-24; ‘Frater, Robert Andrew’, A.U.C. Roll of Honour; ‘Frater, Robert Andrew - WW1 12/1026 – Army’.
  11. ‘Steele, Robert Blackwood - WWI 12/604, WWII 801761 – Army’, R24063700.
  12. `Steele, Robert Blackwood, 1890/9183’, Births, deaths and marriages online, Department of internal Affairs; Evening Post, 3 February 1908, p. 3, accessed via Papers Past.
  13. ‘Steele, Robert Blackwood’, A.U.C. Roll of Honour.
  14. Auckland Libraries heritage images database, accessed 2 August 2014.
  15. Peter Cooke, John Gray, Ken Stead, Auckland infantry, Auckland, 2010, p.96; Christopher Pugsley, Gallipoli : the New Zealand story, 5th edition, Auckland, 2014, p.366.
  16. ibid.
  17. Robert Steele in Richard Stowers, Bloody Gallipoli, Auckland, 2005, p.41.
  18. Ormond Burton, The Auckland Regiment: being an account of the doings on active service of the First, Second and Third Battalions of the Auckland Regiment, Auckland, 1922, p. 29.
  19. ‘Frater, Robert Andrew - WW1 12/1026 – Army’; Cooke, Gray, Stead, 2010, p.96; Listen to a Radio New Zealand Spectrum documentary about Robert Frater here.
  20. Auckland Weekly News, 20 May 1915, p.44, accessed via Papers Past.
  21. Andrew Fordyce letter, 25 June 1917,Cenotaph Database, Auckland War Memorial Museum, accessed 28 July 2014.
  22. Northern Advocate, 21 May 1917, p.2, accessed via Papers Past; Cooke, Gray, Stead, 2010, p.141.
  23. Cooke, Gray, Stead, 2010, pp.127-128.
  24. ‘Hayter, Ernest - WW1 12/129 – Army’; Northern Advocate, 21 May 1917, p.2, accessed via Papers Past.
  25. ‘Hayter, Ernest - WW1 12/129 – Army’.
  26. Ormond Burton, 1922, p.127; Cooke, Gray, Stead, 2010, p.141.
  27. The Manuka, 1919, 10, p.13; The Manuka,1920, 11, p.4-5. NZP 378.95 M26.
  28. ‘Fordyce, Andrew Bruce - WW1 12/102 – Army’.
  29. The Manuka,1920, 11, p.63; ‘Hayter, Ernest - WW1 12/129 – Army’.
  30. The Manuka, 1919, 10, p.13; The Manuka, 1920, 11, p.4-5. ‘Steele, Robert Blackwood - WWI 12/604, WWII 801761 – Army’; `Steele, Robert Blackwood, 1976/28679’, accessed via Births, deaths and marriages online, Department of internal Affairs.
  31. The Manuka, 1920, 11, p.63; Cooke, Gray, Stead, 2010, p.93; New Zealand Herald, 27 September 1924, p.1, accessed via Papers Past. Cenotaph Database, Auckland War Memorial Museum.