The following men, all serving with the 20th Hussars, became Prisoners of War of the Germans before 25th December 1914. In the spirit of Christmas giving, I am also including their home addresses as recorded by the officer in charge of cavalry records (Hussars) when he wrote to Sir Ernest Goodhart in January 1919.
The original documentation is housed at The Imperial War Museum under B.O.2 1/164.
9842 Private E Blackford, 56 Liverpool Road, Watford
6425 Private E Burns, 33 Conway Street, Beswick, Manchester
47336 Private W M Death, 166 Wood Street, Walthamstow
9357 Bandsman G F Foley, 15 Park Street, Windsor
8167 Private B J Guppy, 10 Alexandra Terrace, Teignmouth
4826 Private J Harvey, Yellow Road, Waterford
47322 Private J Hope, 5 London Road, Walton, Liverpool
4893 Private E Kavanagh, 9 Middle Gardener Street, Dublin
7254 Lance-Corporal C H Lloyd, Habblesthorpe Farm, Near Leverton, Notts
4556 Private R Lloyd, 6 Boyne Road, Liverpool
2798 Private J Logan, Union Jack Club, London
8869 Private J Lovell, Crown & Anchor Hotel, Wakefield
47371 Private J P Mason, 19 Honiton Street, Carlton Grove, Peckham, London SE
47378 Private V H McAuley, 27 Castle Road, Grays, Essex
5663 Lance-Sergeant C Nunn, 21 Clarissa Road, Chadwell Heath
804 Lance-Corporal T Ramsbottom, 12 Wooler Street, Scarborough
11183 Lance-Sergeant T Roxby, 291 Heath Street, Winson Green, Birmingham
3303 Private E A Vaughan, 2 Suffolk Cottage, Copse Lane, Freshwater, Isle of Wight
8954 Private R Ward, High Street, Skelton-in Cleveland
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