I have just come across this site and am still stumbling my way through the wealth of information it seems to contain so I apologise if this is posted in the wrong area. I am researching those named on our local war memorial and one of the names is that of Robert John Pollok-Morris. I have some personal information but am struggling with the military side. I cannot access his official war records as I am not a family member so all I know is that at the outbreak of the Second World War he joined 'a battalion' of the Royal Scots Fusiliers. The CWGC site has this recorded as the 6th battalion but whether this was just at the time of his death or for the duration is unclear. He became a Major, Service Number 98449 and appears to have remained in the UK until D-Day. He was killed on the 16 Sep 1944, aged 27yrs, and was originally buried in Gooreinde then relocated to Kosterlee, 21 Jun 1945. Any information, or pointers as to where I might find more information, regarding his journey from June to September 1944 will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.