Could someone help me with a query regarding a man who I am researching from my local war memorial in Whitchurch, Cardiff, South Wales please? He is P/JX252698, Leading Seaman, Arthur Gascoyne Rowlands, RN, who died on 23rd November 1941, aged 40. He died at the 54th Indian General Hospital, Trincomalee, Ceylon. I am trying to find the actual cause of death, but also, the CWGC lists him serving at HMS Highflyer, a Royal Navy shore establishment in Trincomalee. However, I understand that the base was not commissioned until July 1943. Would anyone have any thoughts on why the name Highflyer was used for a death in 1941? Could it be that the sailor was working at the shore establishment when it was known under another name and the CWGC has retrospectively used it on Arthur's entry? Many thanks in advance, Ceri.