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Portrait of Frank Cammock 1

Portrait of Frank Cammock

This portrait is of Frank Cammock, Woodville resident and a labourer in the Kiwi Bacon Factory. He served in World War One. His service record lists him as being "Killed in Action in the field Belgium 14 October 1917". This portrait was passed to the Ian Matheson City Archives as part of the H.H. Mackrell Collection. Frank was H.H. Mackrell's brother-in-law.

 
Huia Mackrell

Huia Mackrell

Huia Heslop Mackrell (18 - 1958) was the husband of Doris (need Cammock) Mackrell. He was an engineer who worked for the Palmerston North City Council as a building inspector 1936 - 1946.

Creator
Date
circa 1930
Place
Napier
 
Employees at building site, Hawkes Bay

Employees at building site, Hawkes Bay

Unknown building site, with large number of employees posed as a group. Huia Mackrell is seated in the front row centre, with cloth cap and white shirt sleeves, directly behind shovel.

 
Francis Cammock

Francis Cammock

Francis (Frank) Cammock (1862-1926) was born in Ireland and came to New Zealand in 1866 as a child. ​ ​

 
Woodlands School Reunion

Woodlands School Reunion

Woodlands School is near Woodville, in the Tararua District. Photograph is of the pupils who attended school between 1901 - 1910. Back row: Unknown; Bert ?; Arthur Walker; Stuart Oxenham; Unknown; Unknown; ? Frazer; ? Frazer. Middle row: Herbert Hammond; Sid Warboys; Les Rendle; Unknown, Daisy Beaumont; Mavis Perfect; Winnie Beaumont; Arnold Garry. Front row: Unknown; Ada Brightwell; Hetty Brightwell; Rose Salmons; Jessie Brighwell; Doris Cammock; Unknown; Ida Perfect; Hilda Barnett.

 
Grave of John Mackrell

Grave of John Mackrell

John Mackrell (c. 1861 - 1897) is the husband of Annie Elenor Heslop, and the father of Huia Heslop Mackrell. He died 18 June 1895 at 35 years of age. The gravesite is in Taradale

 
Huia Mackrell and friend

Huia Mackrell and friend

Huia Mackrell in Napier with his "girl friend", believed to be his wife Doris. Huia Mackrell was an engineer. He served with the Palmerston North City Council as a building inspector 1936 - 1946. This image is believed to be just prior to that time.

Creator
Date
circa 1935
Place
Napier
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Doris Mackrell

Doris Mackrell

Doris Mackrell, nee Cammock, (1898-1976) was married to Huia Mackrell.

Creator
Date
1950
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Army tennis team

Army tennis team

Four men in World War One New Zealand uniform jackets over tennis 'whites', perhaps during WWI. Huia Mackrell is seated at left. The names of the four players are signed on the photograph but are hard to distinguish. On the back is written "Read from top to bottom. Is there a war on? Snowy. 8/6/18"

 
Elizabeth and Frank Cammock

Elizabeth and Frank Cammock

Elizabeth Ann (nee Stevens and her husband, Frank (Francis) Cammock. They were the parents of Doris Mackrell, nee Cammock, of Woodville.

 
Hawkes Bay rugby team

Hawkes Bay rugby team

Presumed to a Hawkes Bay Rugby team, in uniform. Huia Mackrell is standing 4th from left, back row. Huia Mackrell was an engineer. He worked for the Palmerston North City Council as a building inspector 1936 - 1946.

 
Huia Mackrell and others at Catholic Seminary

Huia Mackrell and others at Catholic Seminary

A group of soldiers, ministers and others at a Catholic Seminary in England, during World War One. Huia Mackrell served in the New Zealand army during WWI. He is shown 3rd from right, back row. Handwritten names identify others in the photograph but the writing is unclear. It may include "Ledger", "Father Plater", "Burns", "Parsons" and "Scully Souchon". The image was used as a postcard.

 
H.M.N.Z.T. "Willochra"

H.M.N.Z.T. "Willochra"

Troopship HMNZT 21 (SS Willochra) was used to take New Zealand troops to serve in World War One. This image shows it "camouflaged". The image was held by Huia Heslop Mackrell, who travelled to Egypt in the Willochra to serve in Worlld War One.

Creator
Date
circa 1914 to circa 1919
 
H H Mackrell WWI Photograph Album
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H H Mackrell WWI Photograph Album

An autograph book used as a photograph album. Photographs document Huia Mackrell's service overseas during World War One, including shipboard life, Egypt and Gallipoli. Signed, inside front cover; "Some snaps during my travels, H H Mackrell".

 
Huia Mackrell

Huia Mackrell

Huia Heslop Mackrell in uniform, on service overseas during World War One. Said to be taken prior to Gallipoli so may be in Egypt. Huia Mackrell (1893 - 1958) was an engineer who worked for Councils and private businesses, including the Palmererston North City Council as a building inspector 1936 - 1946. He also served in World War Two.

 
Souvenir from France, embroidered WWI postcard
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Souvenir from France, embroidered WWI postcard

This postcard comes from the Mackrell Archive. They came to be in possession of the Mackrell family by way of Huia Mackrell's wife, Doris Cammock (later Mrs Mackrell, of Woodville). They were sent by Doris' brother Frank while he was serving in the European campaign during WW1. He was killed at Passchendaele in 1917. The postcards in this series are all hand-embroidered, some of them have writing on the reverse, while others contain smaller decorated cards in the silk pouch on the front.

 
Embroidered WWI Postcard
Embroidered WWI Postcard, cardEmbroidered WWI Postcard – reverse

Embroidered WWI Postcard

This postcard comes from the Mackrell Archive. They came to be in possession of the Mackrell family by way of Huia Mackrell's wife, Doris Cammock (later Mrs Mackrell, of Woodville). They were sent by Doris' brother Frank while he was serving in the European campaign during WW1. He was killed at Passchendaele in 1917. The postcards in this series are all hand-embroidered, some of them have writing on the reverse, while others contain smaller decorated cards in the silk pouch on the front.

Creator
Date
circa 1917
 
All Kind Thoughts, Embroidered WWI Postcard
All Kind Thoughts, Embroidered WWI Postcard – reverse

All Kind Thoughts, Embroidered WWI Postcard

This postcard comes from the Mackrell Archive. This and others, came to be in the possession of the Mackrell family by way of Huia Mackrell's wife, Doris Cammock (later Mrs Mackrell, of Woodville). The postcard was sent by Private Frank Harold Cammock, France, during World War One, to  his sister Doris. At the time he was in a convalescent camp after a gunshot wound in the arm. After returning to the front, he was killed in action 14 October 1917. Frank Cammock was a labourer in Woodville when he joined the NZEF "B" Company, 3rd Battalion. He died at 23 years of age and is buried at New Irish Farm Cemetery in Belgium. The postcards in this series are all hand-embroidered, some of them have writing on the reverse, while others contain smaller decorated cards in the silk pouch on the front.

Creator
Date
August 4, 1917
 
Souvenir from France embroidered WWI postcard

Souvenir from France embroidered WWI postcard

This postcard comes from the Mackrell Archive. They came to be in possession of the Mackrell family by way of Huia Mackrell's wife, Doris Cammock (later Mrs Mackrell, of Woodville). They were sent by Doris' brother Frank while he was serving in the European campaign during WW1. He was killed at Passchendaele in 1917. The postcards in this series are all hand-embroidered, some of them have writing on the reverse, while others contain smaller decorated cards in the silk pouch on the front.

Creator
Date
1917
 
Souvenir, Embroidered WWI Postcard
Souvenir, Embroidered WWI Postcard – cardSouvenir, Embroidered WWI Postcard – reverse

Souvenir, Embroidered WWI Postcard

This postcard comes from the Mackrell Archive. They came to be in possession of the Mackrell family by way of Huia Mackrell's wife, Doris Cammock (later Mrs Mackrell, of Woodville). They were sent by Doris' brother Frank while he was serving in the European campaign during WW1. He was killed at Passchendaele in 1917. The postcards in this series are all hand-embroidered, some of them have writing on the reverse, while others contain smaller decorated cards in the silk pouch on the front.

Creator
Date
circa 1917
 
To My Dear Sister, embroidered WWI postcard
To My Dear Sister, embroidered WWI postcard – reverseTo My Dear Sister, embroidered WWI postcard – card

To My Dear Sister, embroidered WWI postcard

This postcard comes from the Mackrell Archive. They came to be in possession of the Mackrell family by way of Huia Mackrell's wife, Doris Cammock (later Mrs Mackrell, of Woodville). They were sent by Doris' brother Frank while he was serving in the European campaign during WW1. He was killed at Passchendaele in 1917. The postcards in this series are all hand-embroidered, some of them have writing on the reverse, while others contain smaller decorated cards in the silk pouch on the front.

Creator
Date
circa 1917