It would seem that Len Wright was probably mistaken then. Maybe the glider he witnessed overturning was a different one from the one piloted by Jim and S.Sgt Waring?............ My belief, exactly, based on what we know. I've yet to read about the 22nd, but I believe that Sgt Sharrock was killed in the fighting and his body, like others, not found in the 'fog of war'. As Jim flew out on the 17th it is probably/possibly correct that the signatures of the 16th were theirs, is it not? Your Uncle and S/Sgt Waring did sign the note. I didn't make it clear that the note belonged to Len Wright and remained in his possession until he died. Steve W.