Private H Warren Injured in Action, 1916

His wife being resident in Chicheley, in October 1916 Private H. Warren, of the Northants. Regiment, was wounded in action in France, where, having joined up some 17 months ago, from employment in the North Western goods shed at Northampton, he had been for about a month. Shrapnel had removed portions of two fingers on his left hand, and other wounds included those to the left leg, hands, waist and chest. He was sent to the hospital at Rednal,  near Birmingham, for treatment.