Adams - Misc.

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Local newspaper entries indicate that by the 17/10/1914 a number of Huntingdonshire Cyclist have been home on short leave from Yorkshire .  All the men looked bronzed and in excellent health.  Pte. Adams, who has been in hospital at Huntingdon for some time, left Huntingdon for Filey on Monday.

 Pte. Adams - C company - In a local newspaper report of the cricket match played on the 5/6/1915 - they played F company of the H.C.B. by the sea - C company won the match - he scored 8 runs and was caught Woods - bowled by Dockerill.

Pte. Adams - C company - In a local newspaper report of the 25/6/1915 - they played A company of the H.C.B. by the sea - C company won the match - he scored 26 runs and bowled by Watts .

Local newspaper entries indicate that by the 16/10/14 = A number of Huntingdon Cyclists have been home on short leave from Yorkshire . All men look bronzed and in excellent health. Private Adams, who has been in hospital at Huntingdon for some time, left Huntingdon for Filey on Monday.  Two or three of the Brampton boys were home on Sunday on leave of absence, E. and H. Sewell, from the Cyclist Battalion, and Alf Hunter from Aldershot. All were looking fit and well. We hear that every Brampton man in the Cyclists has volunteered for the front.

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If you can help with any data on this Huntingdonshire Cyclist please contact me at huntscycles@btinternet.com

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09/04/2012

. . Martyn Smith