I have been trying to complete my grandmother's quest to find my great-uncle Norman McLeod MacFie. He was her favorite uncle but they somehow lost touch during or after WWII. My Mom had thought he may have died in the war but I have found travel records showing he traveled a lot between New York and the UK after the war but I've never been able to find a death record. I need a death record to order his records, right? Any idea how to find it? His photo is my picture in case his uniform helps me identify his unit. I know he was born in London 1903-1904 and immigrated with his family to NY in 1912. He's living with his parents through the 1940 census. In one of his travel records he listed living in NY through 1942. Family legend had him joining the War for the British which his travel records seem to support. On 10/24/1943 he sails from Greenock, Scotland to NY on the Queen Mary and is listed as Lieut. British Army. On 3/8/1946 he arrives in NY from Singapore traveling under orders from British War Office to Washington, D.C. and is listed as Major. There are two more travels between NY and Glasgow in 1947 where he is listed as a civil engineer and discharge date of 6/25/1946. In 1948 he traveled from Canada to Manchester, England and after that trip I can find no further records at all. Would the travel in 1943 and/or 1946 help me figure out his regiment? Does his listing as Civil Engineer mean he was likely a Royal Engineer? Any advice on what else I need to know to order his record? Thank you!