I have recently been researching the circumstances of Capt. John Evered Upton's death on May 1940. He is buried in Teralphene and his grave indicates he was KIA on May 16 and that he was with the 2 Searchlight Regiment. After a little digging I confirmed he had been transfer to the 14 Anti-tank Regiment RA and was 2IC of 61 Battery. The 14 AR RA war diaries indicate he was KIA in the fighting in Assche on May 18. He might have been mortally wounded in Assche and later died in Teralphene as 14 AR RA withdrew west to the Dendre. Also the WDs indicated 61 Battery was in Wemmel in reserve on May 16, after withdrawing west from the Willebroeck Canal, so the KIA date on his grave appears incorrect. So just wondering if anyone has come across any information regarding this chap that might shed some light on how he was KIA . Thanks in advance for any assistance.