Hi, all! Hands up from me - I was looking for the "wrong" Idris in two older, previous posts, in search of the Best Man (and greatest friend) of my Great Uncle James W. Love, who himself began RAF service pre-war as an Ambulanceman, volunteering for aircrew duties as Air Gunner during 1942 (KIA March 1944 with 78 Sqdn)... Turns out that the wedding certificate (recently found by a family member) shows I. M. Davies (not Williams, as previously thought), and so, I set about initially asking a few friends on Facebook, one of whom (Jim Sewell) turned up four Idris Davies', three having the middle initial 'M', one of those being Pilot Officer Idris Morgan Davies, 48094, of 82 Sqdn. The others are a Sgt Flight Engineer Idris Davies 1456033, 102 Sqdn., Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, and two others named Idris M. Davies (see list image). The thing is, although we know the squadrons of two, there doesn't seem to be any available information on where the other two I.M.Davies served...or if any of them survived the war... My challenge and query is to try to determine which Idris M Davies was the most likely chap to have been James W Love's closest friend, and perhaps find out why James gave his son Alan the middle name of Idris: perhaps in memory, if the "right" Idris may have died in action before May 1942 (Alan's birthdate) - or did the daft duo simply stop off at the pub en route to the registry office and decide it (according to family joke!)? In short, can anyone help with narrowing down the Idris Davies saga by providing any connection and/or information of their survival or demise, so that I might somehow set about contacting the right family just to tie up a nagging loose end to our family saga. I do have two edited photos of the "right" Idris, also posted hereabouts in the hope of better identification. Any help, advice or guidance would be very much appreciated!