[A] We interviewed each individual member of the community. (OALD)
For they have this meaning for ‘each’: “used to refer to every one of two or more people or things” in OALD, isn’t it proper to write [B] “~each individual members of the community~” instead of the above clause? If there isn’t the typo, can we use either singular or plural after each, for each means the individual members of a set”(CGEL, p.378)? If it’s possible, how about their meaning difference?
If your answer is we can’t use the plural of [B] grammatically, what about this?:
[C] to tell two or more people who have not met before what each other's names are (OALD)
For [C], other's names is the set, so it ought to be plural; but for [A] the community is the set, so we can't use plural form of members that is not part of the set?