Trooper Alexander West Campbell | War Casualty Details | CWGC Trooper Alexander W Campbell was buried near Rees in Groin/Germany in March 1945 - in an isolated grave. A German list made in 1945 records the field graves found in Groin. Trooper Campbell is buried next to some Germans. I cannot make anything of the abbreviation COFS - what could it mean? It was probably written on his cross by a Graves Registraion Unit. And COFS may be corruption or misspelling made by the German who copied the writing on the grave... I saw the abbreviation C of E for Church of England - would C of S be Church of Scotland? Or am I on the wrong track?