Hi Gents, Interesting looking forum. I’m hoping for some help, might get lucky! A few years ago I found the war graves commission website and discovered that my paternal grandfather had a grave. My Dad was born after his Dad died, so he didn’t really have anything beyond a few medals and a couple of photos. We took a trip to the Uden Cemetry together to pay our respects, it was very moving. I’m curious about trying to find some more information. Someone once pointed me in the direction of a book which contained a reference to my grandfather but I’ve long since lost the email stupidly. I recently happened upon the CWGC website again, and noticed some additional documents had been added, included a register and grave registration report. My query partially relates to these documents. On the register, AJS Bell (Lieutenant in 4th Bttn Northamptonshire regiment) appears out of sync with the alphabetic nature of the register, and indeed the text appears to have been “stuck” onto the page. On the graves registration report, the entry has been written above a crossed out “unknown soldier” entry, and the date of death changed from October 44 to 2.3.45. Additionally the headstone schedule appears to have been ordered in 1982, and built in 1983. I’m interested in trying to find out as much as I can about my grandfather, and I was wondering if it is possible to explain what the above information means. Does it suggest that his remains were found in 1982? The book I referred to earlier mentioned that a shell landed close to an inflatable boat my grandfather was using to cross the river meuse (maas) and he wasn’t seen after that. I’d also really love to know more about what the unit was doing in the period Jan-March 1945. If anyone can shed any light on what was going on around then for me I would be most grateful. Kind regards Patch P.s. as suggested on other threads, I will try to get hold of the service records if I can. [hr] dbf : edited title to incl regt.