Hi all, been a while, hope you're all well. Bertin (from Poperinge) has asked me to help him gather any info on Trooper Dennis Le Roy, 14272316 ( http://undyingmemory.net/Wixoe/le-roy-dennis.html ), kia 1/4/45. Jan, an ex-colleague of mine remembers Dennis very well as he stayed with his parents late 1944 early 1945. Jan must have been three or four years (old) when Leroy was with his family (who happened to live in the same street as my grandparents and only yards away from Briekedreef where your (grand)dad was billeted upon the Six Wicke family). Apart from the link, I haven't found anything on him, so I've been concentrating on events of 1st April to establish squadron, etc. The WD mentions 1 kia and various wounded, but looking at the Tank Casualties for that day ( 11th Armoured Division, Tank Casualties, 1945 ) it states 6 kia. Trooper Le Roy (according to the bio) was an Operator, which possibly links him to D15, D22, D18 & D49, all of which resulted in the death of the Operators. A bad day for Operators for sure. D15 mentions the attack happening at 'last light', which would imply it was an A Squadron tank: 1800; A Sqn engaged by SPs or tks which KO one tk. 1 OR killed, 4 wounded. However, D15 notes indicate the driver was also killed (maybe later from his wounds?). D18 & D49 both state tanks hit from a range of 10-15 yards, which suggests panzerfausts, so maybe: 1030; Enemy reported in area 945066. B Sqn have two tanks “bazookaed” at road block area 928062. 4 ORs wounded. No mention of any fatalities in WD. (By the way, what does H.C. mean exactly?) D22 mentions tank being hit by A.P from S.P., so could be:1530; A Sqn having party. AP fire in their area, enemy movement from area 899082,engaging inf and bazookas. 1 SP firing from BEVENSEN 8982 KOs one of our tanks. Again, no mention of any fatalities. D13, also listed as being 'bazookaed' on this date, doesn't seem to appear in the WD (unless it was one of the B Squadron tanks, although I tend to think they were D18 & 49) but mentions the gunner as being killed. The War Graves site lists his initial burial site as (rV) 972054, see image, and I guess the incident occured somewhere nearby. I've attached a map indicating where the Squadrons were when attacked (using the WD refs), what do you think? Then again, I could just wait till John's book comes out (next week, I believe!), maybe it's all there! PS: It's also possible that Stanley Varty and Albert Riggs (see previous posts) were the D15 casualties, making them A Squadron.