Chatteris WW1 Soldier Thomas Warth (7070). Chatteris Remembers Biography
Staff Sgt Thomas Warth Kings African Rifles 7070 Died on the 12th of January 1918 In 1891 Thomas was 17 he lived with four sisters and one brother his mother was called Louisa Cawthorne Warth and his father was called John Warth. His brother, Bernard also died in the war. Thomas was born in Chatteris Cambridgeshire ,England We think Thomas moved to South Africa. He was buried in Nairobi South Cemetery. Through the war he got two medals called the Victory Medal for being there and trying hard, most soldiers got that. He also got the British medal it is the same type of medal and loads of soldiers got it too. There is a memorial stone in Chatteris New Road Cemetery Project File contains: • CWGC certificate • Medal Card • 1891 census
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