As the war dragged on the lists of Beds Regiment casualties and prisoners were becoming longer and more frequent.
Included in a list of prisoners of war received from Germany on Thursday, March 18th, were the names of
- Pte Herbert. Banyard, 10279
- Pte Edwin. Russell, 8760 Captured St. Quention 28/08/1914
- Pte Amos. Rogers, 7903, was also officially reported to have died of wounds while a prisoner of war in Germany. Captured Cambrai 29/08/1914
A further list of prisoners of war in Germany was published on Saturday, March 20th. They included
- Pte George. Anderson (8315),
- Pte Edward. Alexander (6601),
- Pte Birt. Chamberlain (8295),
- Pte Albert. French (8915),
- Pte A. George. Hollingsworth (10020),
- Pte Henry. Jackson (9590),
- Pte Frank. McCarthy (9429),
- Pte James. Sambridge (9289),
- Pte Joseph. Short (7147),
- Pte William. Smith (9040),
- Pte Alfred. Sole (10329),
- Pte Frederick. Wells (9673),
- te Herbert. Wilders (9437),
- Pte Charles. York (9794).
- Pte A. Mason (7889) was reported to have died of wounds while a prisoner of war. His POW notes mention him having 'kopfschuss' which, translated means head shot.
Among the officers on the Thursday list, ,
- Second Lieut John Hewitt Sutton Moxley Killed in action on March 14th
- Capt C. B. Cumberledge Wounded
- Capt R. F. Hanbury Wounded
- Major W. H. Donne Wounded
- Capt J. H. G. Baird Wounded.
The Monday [March 22nd] list included
- Second Lieut H. H. C. Stoner who was reported to have been killed after previously being listed as missing.
The following day [March 23rd]
- Second Lieut Alexander Dalzell Sprunt was reported to have died of wounds received at Neuve Chapelle;
- Lieut A. H. Stratford Wounded
- Capt Alan Moray Brown (47th Sikhs and previously with the Beds Regt) was reported to have been killed in action at Neuve Chapelle.
The following men of the Beds Regt were on March 19th reported to have been wounded:
- Pte A. Bingham (7648),
- Pte A. Howard (10471),
- Acting Sgt Tomlin (9406),
- Pte S. A. Young (10071).
The list of men killed in the March 22nd list were:
- Pte F. J. Darlow (8655),
- Pte A. Downes (10274),
- Pte G. Pateman (13260)
- Pte T. Swain ( 10343).
- Company Sgt-Major M. McGinn (5288) was reported to be wounded, and
- Pte M. Maunders (8483) to be missing. Later deduced to have died on the 30th October 1914
- On March 24th, Pte Ernest Thomas. Davis (9981) was reported to have died of wounds.
[The Luton News, March 25th, 1915]