There is only a handful of Royal Sussex Regiment other ranks listed in the Imperial War Museum archive of men who were captured before Princess Mary could send them her 1914 gift tin. The men listed below appear in the following two archive sources:
- B.O.2 1/270 which is a single-page, handwritten document dated-stamped 16th January 1919, No 2 Infantry Record Office, Staines, Hounslow
- B.O.2 1/271 which is a two-page, handwritten document. No date or sender.
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7414 Private Harry Bellchamber, 10037 Corporal A A Bond, 8139 Private J H Catchpole, 7709 Private C Dadswell, 10224 Private George Davey, 7850 Lance-Corporal W Day, 7589 Private F Diplock, 8301 Private William J Gardner, 10243 Private A Hadley, 6725 Private A Hall, 7456 Private J Hartson, 7585 Private Charles Hellyer, 6518 Private W Hickmott, 10006 Lance-Corporal Leonard H Humphrey, 9450 Lance-Corporal Ernest J Lindsay, 8374 Private J Marchant, 8754 Private R Miles, 6906 Private William J Milton, 7762 Private George Moy, 8691 Private Bertie F Nobes, 8038 Private Jack Page, 10021 Lance-Corporal David Purkiss, 7842 Private Henry Russell, 9970 Private P T Scrase, 7659 Private Richard C Sinden, 7634 Private George Young
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