I'm trying to discover what happened to a Gunner MacFarland of 139 Field Regiment Royal Artillery. He was charged with killing Gunner James of the same regiment on 20th April 1940. This is the casualty record for Gnr James. Here are the entries in the War Diary that relate to the case: Haverskerque, 20th April The evening brought the most serious situation yet experienced by the Regiment. At 2130 a Gunner was stabbed to death outside one of the cafes. The M.O. was immediately sent for, but was unable to do anything as the knife had entered the heart. A muster parade of the Regiment was advised and all those present at the stabbing were rounded up. The C.O. held a Court of Enquiry lasting from 2230 until 0200 next morning. As a result of this, one of the other gunners present was put under close arrest. Haverskerque, 21st April The A.P.M. and military police were here all day interrogating witnesses and the prisoner. At 1800 the C.O. took a formal summary of the evidence and the prisoner was charged under Section 41 Army Act. Haverskerque, 24th April The funeral of Gnr. James took place at Outtersteene Imperial War Cemetery by the padre of 56 Med Regt RA; the funeral was a military one and was attended by the C.O., Bty. Commanders and ‘E’ Troop. Haverskerque, 30th April Staff Captain J.A.G. came to take a further summary of evidence in the MacFarland case. Haverskerque, 10th May The Court-Martial of Gnr. MacFarland was put forward so as to enable the witnesses to go forward with the Regt. The court-martial was held in Bethune... The case for the prosecution lasted until 2100 hours... The prisoner was handed over to A.P.M. III Corps for safe custody until GHQ promulgated the sentence. So there was a court-martial on the 10th May 1940, but after that I can find no further reference to him in the diary. Any ideas on how I could find out what might have happened and the fate of Gunner MacFarland? I imagine this must be recorded somewhere, but I have no idea where to look next.