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  1. David Allison, Raymond Richards & Fleet Air Arm Museum of New Zealand,Flying navy: the story of New Zealanders who flew in the Fleet Air Arm in World War I and World War II and the Roll of Honour of those who died in action and on active service, Auckland, 2009, p.13; Collegian Samuel Jackson Hanna was in the RNAS armoured car unit.
  2. Births, deaths and marriages online, Department of Internal Affairs.
  3. King's College Old Boys' Association, King's College register, 1896-1984, 1987, p.213.
  4. Calendar, Auckland University College, University of New Zealand, Auckland, 1913, pp.141, 152-153; ‘Davenport, Norman Reginald’, A.U.C. roll of honour, 1914 - 1920. MSS & Archives E-2, Special Collections, University of Auckland Libraries and Learning Services.
  5. Auckland Star, 19 May 1916, p.4, accessed via Papers Past.
  6. New Zealand Herald, 10 November 1915, p.8; New Zealand Herald, 11 June 1915, p.9, accessed via Papers Past.
  7. Auckland Star, 15 June 1915, p.4, accessed via Papers Past.
  8. R. L. Williams, 'Walsh, Austin Leonard and Walsh, Vivian Claude', from the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, updated 1 April 2014, accessed 25 September 2015; 'Royal New Zealand Air Force', available online at NZHistory http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/war/rnzaf, updated 20 December 2012, accessed 25 September 2015.
  9. Royal Air Force Museum, ‘Royal Flying Corps Centenary’, online exhibition 2013, http://www.rafmuseum.org.uk/research/online-exhibitions/rfc_centenary.aspx, accessed 20 September 2015; Fleet Air Arm Officers Association, ‘Fleet Air Arm History’, http://www.fleetairarmoa.org/fleet-air-arm-history-timeline, accessed 20 September 2015.
  10. Auckland Star, 5 October 1915, p.6, accessed via Papers Past.
  11. New Zealand Herald, 10 November 1915, p.8, accessed via Papers Past.
  12. New Zealand Herald, 30 March 1916, p.4, accessed via Papers Past.
  13. Harkness taught engineering at Auckland University College from 1925 until his death in a flying accident near Devonport in 1929. Bruce W. Harkness, A World War 1 adventure : the life and times of RNAS Bomber pilot Donald E. Harkness, Bloomington, 2014, p.157.
  14. Harkness, p.149.
  15. Auckland Star, 10 June 1916, p.16, accessed via Papers Past.
  16. Auckland Star ,19 July 1916, p.9, accessed via Papers Past; The Kiwi: Official Organ of the Auckland University College, 11, 1916, p.33.
  17. Harkness, p.149.
  18. ibid; Auckland Star, 22 October 1917, p.2, accessed via Papers Past.
  19. Auckland Star, 3 November 1919, p.7, accessed via Papers Past.
  20. New Zealand Electoral Rolls, 1853–1981 [database online], 2010, accessed via Ancestry.com.au; Auckland Star, 24 July 1941, p.1, accessed via Papers Past.
  21. New Zealand Herald, 15 Dec 1941, p.3; Auckland Star, 20 April 1944, p.7, accessed via Papers Past.
  22. Births, deaths and marriages online, Department of Internal Affairs.