Can anyone help? On August 30th 1944 disaster struck for three members oof the British armed forces. During the advance through the forest surrounding the village of Lyons la Forêt otherwise known as the forêt domainale de Lyons, a vehicle hit a german landmine causing the death of three soldiers. As of yet these three are not identified although there is a strong possibility they are from 53rd (Welch) reconnaissance Regiment. It is believed now that these guys were buried in a field in Lorleau, a small hamlet close to Lyons La Forêt. I recently met the mayor of Lorleau and he in turn introduced me to several residents of the village who seemed to know something about what happened. However, one thing that was mentioned was that there was possibly a fourth person that was buried in an ajoining field. Now, it has been brought to my attention that the fourth person could have been Corporal Thomas Leslie Manders of C company 6th Batallion of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. It appears that he died on August 30th 1944, which is the same date as the other three. Does anyone have copies of documents or other regimental material which confirm details of his death? I know that he was fatally wounded during the battle at Caen but other than that I know nothing else. Any infoormation surrounding this poor unfortunately would be much appreciated. If it can be confirmed that he was buried in Lorleau then I will see that a proposal is put forward to remember him in the hamlet of Lorleau. His body now lies to rest in Bannevill-La-Campagne.