LIEUTENANT PATRICIUS GEORGE CHAWORTH-MUSTERS
11TH JANUARY 1915 AGE 26
BURIED: BETHUNE TOWN CEMETERY, VLAMERTINGHE, FRANCE
A regular soldier, Lieutenant Chaworth-Musters had crossed to France with his regiment on 12 August 1914. He was wounded in September but was able to return to the Front in January 1915. However, soon after this he was severely injured resulting in the amputation of his right arm. He died of blood poisoning in a Casualty Clearing Station a few days later. Pat Chaworth-Musters was one of seven brothers. All but one of them served in the war in which three of them died. Lieutenant Chaworth-Muster's inscription, '1st Battalion' indicated his military record to those who knew about such things.