Born: 1876, St. Peter’s, St. Alban’s, Hertfordshire.

Baptised: 29th April 1877, at St. Alban’s, Hertfordshire. Parents: John & Emliy Warwick.

Died: 12th December 1900; age: 24; Died of Disease at Braberton, Mpumalanga, South Africa.

Residence: 6, Virginia Terrace, Freehold Road, Ipswich.

Enlistment Date: 18th January 1897.


Rank: Acting Bombardier; Service Number: 18191.

Regiment: Royal Field Artillery, 20th Battery, South Africa Field Force.


Clasps Awarded: Cape Colony, Orange Free State & Transvaal.




1881   Inkerman Road, St. Peter’s, St. Alban’s, Hertfordshire.


Harry was 5 years old and living with his parents & siblings.

John Bry Warwick, 36, a Straw Hat Blocker, born St. Alban’s.

Emily Warwick (Keys), 36, a Straw Hat Finisher, born St. Alban’s.

John Bry Warwick, 11, born St. Alban’s.

Christina Warwick, 7, born St. Alban’s.

Alfred George Warwick, 8 months, born St. Alban’s.


1891   30, Boundary Road, Sandridge, Hertfordshire.


Harry was 14 years old, a Hat Blocker. He was living with his father, brothers, his father’s wife & step brother.

John, 46, a Hat Blocker.

Emily Warwick (nee Shepherd), 28, a Needlewoman – shirts, born Baldock, Hertfordshire.

John, 19, a Hat Blocker.

Alfred, 11.

Frank Charles Warwick, 8, born St. Alban’s.

William Walter Warwick, 1, born St. Alban’s.


In 1899, Ipswich, Harry married Maud Emma Crane, born May 1880, Ipswich – daughter of George Crane, a corporation labourer and Martha Crane (nee Crisp), of 6, Virginia Terrace, Freehold Road, Ipswich.

They had 1 son:

Harry Frederick George Warwick, born 1899, Ipswich.


Soldiers’ Effects to Maud E. Warwick – widow.


Harry’s brother & step brother were both lost during the First World War:


Frank Charles Warwick was KiA on the 8th December 1917. He was ranked a Private, service number 8527, for the Bedfordshire Regiment, 2nd Battalion. Frank is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.


William Walter Warwick died from Influenza on the 28th October 1918. He was ranked a Rifleman, service number 51842, for the London Regiment (Post Office Rifles), 8th Battalion. William was laid to rest at St. Alban’s Hatfield Road Cemetery, Hertfordshire.

The Boer War.

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