Those killed from A and C companies would not have been carried far from where they died. The terrain is very difficult to traverse even without carrying a dead weight. Those doing the burials had just fought a five day battle and were tired. The casualties from B and D were buried (and successfully recovered later) in the area where they were killed not far from the Japanese bunkers on the west of the Ridge so it’s reasonable to assume the same for A and C except 3813 is extremely steep so I’m not sure how close they got to the bunkers. The Gurkhas on KOSB right flank also attacking bunkers at 3813 were unsuccessful. I wonder if they were buried near where C Company had their positions on the next knoll west from 3813. GRU’s recommendations for burials to be near tracks or roads if possible. The map shows tracks in the area of their attack. Good luck and enjoy yourselves.