Macdonald Dictionary Record: Frederick Wyatt Francis
George Ranald Macdonald
One record, handwritten in ink on rectangular card, with biographical information for Frederick Wyatt Francis. Written by George Ranald Macdonald for the Macdonald Dictionary of Canterbury Biography project, 1952-1964.
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Marks/Inscriptions: F. 314 F.W. Francis 2 soon after he had to go to Hop. with enteric and was invalid ed bach to N.Z. To convalescent e he, with 640 others , went on atrik to Eng in the Britannica He arrived back in N.Z. Jan 61 , having had recurrence of fever. He went to Wanganui to attend a meeting of the N.Z. Rifle Assoc. and to act as a judge in a rifle shooting match and suffered another attack of fever fr on which he did not recover . He d. at his home Roslyn, Wilsons Rd. Ch Ch. marr. 14.4.80 Katie Julia dau. of Chas Orlando Ge 1 ag. 44 family. daus. Evelyn Lillian G unn marr. 14.8.07 Cecil Lyttelton youngest son Harvey Hawkers of Lylt. Alice Mand Gmez 22.2.1 Wm. W yan son T.T. Hadfield of Auck. Elsie Loraine Gunm 14.7.1 Ernest Elgood son Thos. B roen Craw shaw.; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer
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