My father in law's father was discharged in 1941 as unfit for service, presumably on health grounds, and eventually died of tuberculosis in August 1945 in Bovey Tracey hospital, Devon. However, he is present on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission list, and has what looks like a military headstone in a cemetery in Exeter (near the hospital). He was neither serving while he died, nor died before the end of the war, so I'm confused why he would be included in this - was it extended to any soldier who served during the war who died within a certain amount of time of the war ending? Was Bovey Tracey a military (or military funded) hospital? We're not sure how he ended up there as he was living in London prior to this. I do have basic service records but they basically stop at 1941, so the period from there to his death are a bit of a black hole. Is there any way of getting medical records out of the MOD these days, particularly for next of kin (my wife is the soldier's granddaughter)?