Glen, Frank Grenfell
GLEN, Frank Grenfell
GLEN, Frank Grenfell. New Zealander, b. 1933. Genres: History, Military/Defense/Arms control, Theology/Religion, Autobiography/Memoirs, Biography. Career: Ordained Minister of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, 1958. Chaplain to Industry at Manapouri, 1960-62; Chaplain to NZ Territorial Army, 1962-66; Supt., Far West Mission and Flying Padre, NSW, 1966-70; Chaplain, Royal Australian Air Force, 1970-76; with the New Zealand Dept. of Justice, 1976-84; Police Chaplain, 1983-97; Chaplain, Presbyterian Support Services, 1985-86, and Thames Union Parish, 1986-91. Fellow, Australian Institute History & Arts, 1986. NZ Journal of Military History: "Volunteers," editor, 1998-2002. Publications: Methodism in Southland, 1956; Methodist in Auckland during Maori Wars, 1860-64, 1958; Methodism in the Coal Field of Southland, 1960; Journal of Rev. F. Glen 1960-62 in the Fiords of Southland; Rev. J.T. Luxford, Chaplain to the Forces, 1966; (ed.) Journal of Rev. J. Harris under Sail to New Zealand in 1874, 1966; Holy Joe's People, 1968, 3rd ed., 1975; Fly High Reach Far, 1971; Study of the Chaplain's Role and Religion in the R.A.A.F., 1973; Bush in Our Yard, 1981; For Glory and a Farm, 1984; Church Leaders and the First Taranaki War, 1860-61, 1992; New Zealand Army Chaplains at War, 1997; Bowler of Gallipoli Witness to the ANZAC Legend, 2003. Address: 32 Ti Rakau Dr, Woolston, Christchurch, New Zealand.