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  1. 'Wilson, Frank Reginald - WW1 12/2616 – Army’, R107881170, Archives New Zealand, Wellington.
  2. Louise Shaw, Making a difference : A history of the Auckland College of Education, 1881-2004, Auckland, 2006, p.38; Auckland Teachers Training College Roll, Faculty of Education and Social Work Archives, University of Auckland.
  3. Auckland Teachers Training College Register, vol. 1, 1906-1913, Faculty of Education and Social Work Archives, University of Auckland;The Manuka : Being the magazine of the Auckland Training College, 6, (1914), p.2.
  4. Auckland Grammar School Chronicle (AGSC), 4, 2, (1918), p.13; 1907 Principal's Report, Auckland Teachers Training College, Faculty of Education and Social Work Archives, University of Auckland; New Zealand Herald, 23 September 1907, p.7, accessed via Papers Past.
  5. Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives, (AJHR), 1919, E-0I, p.80, accessed via AtoJs Online.
  6. Lindsay Knight, All Blacks A to Z, Frank Wilson #166, http://stats.allblacks.com/asp/profile.asp?ABID=969, accessed 26 October 2015; AGSC, p.13.
  7. Paul Neazor, All Blacks A to Z, Victor Macky #198, http://stats.allblacks.com/asp/profile.asp?ABID=522, accessed 5 November 2015.
  8. Knight; The Manuka, 3, (1911), pp.9-11.
  9. The Manuka, pp.9-11.
  10. 'Wilson, Frank Reginald - WW1 12/2616 – Army’; New Zealand War Graves Project, Frank Reginald Wilson, www.nzwargraves.org.nz/casualties/frank-reginald-wilson, updated 2015, accessed 27 October 2015.
  11. ‘Wilson, Frank Reginald - WW1 12/2616 – Army’.
  12. Christopher Pugsley, Gallipoli : The New Zealand story, Rev. ed., Auckland, 1998, p.331.
  13. 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 [N.Z.], 1922, pp.72-76.
  14. ‘Wilson, Frank Reginald - WW1 12/2616 – Army’; AGSC, p.13.
  15. ‘Wilson, Frank Reginald - WW1 12/2616 – Army’.
  16. Burton, p.93; Peter Cooke, John H. Gray, Ken Stead, Auckland infantry : the story of the Auckland (Countess of Ranfurly's Own) and North Auckland regiments and of the citizen soldiers who served New Zealand, Auckland, 2010, p.137.
  17. ‘Wilson, Frank Reginald - WW1 12/2616 – Army’; Frank Reginald Wilson.
  18. The other Collegians known to have died during the Somme offensive, which lasted from 1 July 1916 until 18 November 1916, are: 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, G.B Sheridan, George M. Stewart, Bertram Wallace and Harold J. Worsley.
  19. Ministry for Culture and Heritage, First World War by the numbers, www.nzhistory.net.nz/war/first-world-war-by-numbers, accessed 5 November 2015; A.U.C. roll of honour, 1914 - 1920. MSS & Archives E-2, Special Collections, University of Auckland Libraries and Learning Services.
  20. Shaw, p.57; The Manuka, 9, (1918), pp.1-5.
  21. Ministry for Culture and Heritage, Teachers who served, www.nzhistory.net.nz/war/children-and-first-world-war/teachers-who-served, updated 1 September 2014, accessed 19 March 2015; Shaw, p.59.
  22. Clive Akers, A Wartime World Cup, ww100.govt.nz/a-wartime-world-cup, accessed 26 October 2015; AGSC, p.13; Kiwi : Official organ of the Auckland University College, 10, 1, (1915), p.35; Ron Palenski and New Zealand Rugby, Home and Away, www.nzrugby.co.nz/ww100/rugby-and-the-first-world-war/home-and-away, accessed 26 October 2015; New Zealand Herald, 31 December 2013, p.16, accessed www.nzherald.co.nz.