WW1 1st Battalion, King’s Liverpool Regiment Officer’s Order of the Egyptian Nile Group of (4) Medals
Awarded to Captain Thomas Marshall Warburton, who was appointed Provost Marshal of the Port of Alexandria. Comprising:
1914/15 Star “2.LIEUT T.M. WARBURTON L’POOL R”, British War Medal, Victory Medal, MID Oak Leaf (Tailor's example), “CAPT”, Egyptian Order of the Nile 4th Class (Reverse stamped LATTES).
Group mounted for display Spink's style, EF, lacquered.
Order of the Nile London Gazette 26th November 1919.
MID on two occasions.
Captain Thomas Marshall Warburton was commissioned into the 1st Garrison Bn King’s Liverpool Regiment on the 5th March 1915 and embarked for Egypt on the 9th October 1915. During his service with the Egyptian Expeditionary Force served as Adjutant at Sidi Bishr and was appointed Provost of the Port of Alexandria. He returned to the UK in November 1919. His post war career included employment as a Master of Epsom College. He died on 3rd July 1952 at Bootle, Lancasire.
Accompanied by Original box for the Order of the Nile and a large quantity of research including copy group photos of him.