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Sergeant John Cummings


Harrogate Herald - 25th December 1918

W H Breare letter

Sergeant John Cummings, 14 Chestnut Grove, of the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, has been in. He was taken prisoner on the 30th November, 1917, at Eppy. He was five months in Sennelager, likewise in Cootbus, Brandenburg, East Prussia. At first he suffered much through want of food, but the parcels came to his rescue. His people did not hear where he was from November to the beginning of February. Cummings looks well and of course was radiantly happy at being at home.


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