Sainte-Adresse, next to Le Havre (Upper Normandy, France). 1940... The French port of Le Havre serves to land many British troops and vehicles of the BEF. On the heights of the city, the British Army set up a camp in the lighthouse area of Sainte-Adresse. With the near arrival of the German troops, the British Army left the camp to cross the Seine river. With the hastiness, many stuffs are abandoned in the camp. The inhabitants visit the empty camp to find anything that can help them for their daily lifes. With them, the young girl Yvette, 10, is looking for in the camp too. Like all the girls of her age, she interests about everythings that shines, like shrapnels that she collects. Their eyes are attracted by a small brass plate on the ground and she picks it up. She has just found the bed plate of the Fusiliers J. MORRISON (S/N: 3131050), The Royal Scots Fusiliers, and kept it until today. I have the account of the finding and about the second owner, but I would like to know who was the first owner. I checked in the CWGC, MORRISON didn't died during the war. Can you help me to know more about him please? Photo 1: The place where the plate was found in the heights of Sainte-Adresse. Photo 2: The brass bed plate of the Fusiliers J. MORRISON (S/N: 3131050).