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  1. A.U.C. roll of honour. MSS & Archives E-2, Special Collections, University of Auckland Libraries and Learning Services; `New Zealand's Somme experience’, accessed via www.nzhistory.net.nz.
  2. Births, deaths and marriages online, Department of Internal Affairs; Waikato Argus, 30 May 1913, p.2, accessed via Papers Past; The Cyclopedia of New Zealand : Auckland Provincial District , Christchurch, 1902, p.735.
  3. Calendar, Auckland University College, University of New Zealand, Auckland, 1903, pp.69-70, 76; 1904, pp.73-75, 79; 1905, pp.75,79-80; Allan Davidson & St. John the Evangelist College, Selwyn's legacy : The College of St John the Evangelist, Te Waimate and Auckland, 1843-1992 : A history, Auckland, N.Z., 1993, p.335.
  4. Marte Nostro, the A.U.C. Chronicle, July, 1903, 1, 1, np, p.38.
  5. Calendar, Auckland University College, University of New Zealand, Auckland, 1906, p.76; Church Gazette, Auckland, 1 March 1905, p.45, accessed via Church Papers Online.
  6. Calendar, Auckland University College, University of New Zealand, Auckland, 1903, pp.59, 70.
  7. Kenneth Trembath & Wynne Colgan, Ad Augusta a centennial history of Auckland Grammar School, 1869-1969, Auckland, 1969, pp.147, 152.
  8. `Dinneen, James Dalton – WW1 66239 – Army', R7879858, Archives New Zealand, Wellington.
  9. ibid.
  10. Ormond Burton, The Auckland Regiment, Auckland, 1922, p.115.
  11. `New Zealand's Somme experience’; Peter Cooke, John Gray, Ken Stead, Auckland Infantry, Auckland, 2010, pp.143-147; Burton, 1922, pp.114-115.
  12. Chronicles of the N.Z.E.F., II, 15, 28 March 1917, p. 65, accessed via Adam Matthew Digital.
  13. `Dinneen, James Dalton - WW1 66239 – Army’, R20997409, Archives New Zealand, Wellington.
  14. `James Dalton Dinneen’, accessed via Auckland War Memorial Museum Online Cenotaph; `Dinneen, James Dalton – WW1 66239 – Army', R7879858.
  15. Collegians who were killed in action or died from wounds received at the Somme were: Cedric G. Adams, William M. Alexander, Colvin S. Algie, Geoffrey C.W. Armstrong, Leslie R. Bremner, Alexander C. Cardno, Albert M. Cranwell, James D. Dinneen, Samuel [Stanley] O. Esam, Joseph F. K. Hunter, Donald L. Jack, John D. Macleod, Henry S. McLean, Alfred J. Powley, George B. Sheridan, George M. Stewart, Bertram Wallace, Frank R. Wilson and Harold J. Worsley. A.U.C. roll of honour.