We have recently returned from the Arnhem commemoration and we visited Driel. Apologies for this long post! The brother of my aunt is buried at Oosterbeek and I have applied for his service records Although from Liverpool and enlisted in RE (TA) in 39, at time of his death he was in the 5th battalion Dorsets at Driel. We visited the Keep about 2 years ago and exchanged emails this week. I am trying to find any further information. There are a couple of discrepancies which I have found ie possible christian name spelling error and date of death (24th on grave concentration report and 25th on the CWGC headstone) The CWGC grave concentration report stated he was originally buried at Driel and querying the CWGC they have said The map reference in the Concentration Report Form refers to a US Army Map used at the time, 4427, which can be purchased from the Airbourne Museum in Oosterbeek. Within our records, we have a map reference referring to the original burial location which is given as 679755 and is situated in a wooded area near the centre of Driel. The report also states ISOL and In orchard behind school. Whilst I could only find 4427 maps for Arnhem east and Ginkel on line, another map seemed to tie up with the co-ordinates and if I am correct it is actually the centre of Driel where the RC Church and Polish Memorial is today. I do not know which company he was in but the 5th Dorsets book says that the 4 company's were split up over a wide area - about 2000m x 1000m The questions I would like help with if possible are: Is there any way of finding which company he was in - or is that likely to be in his service record. The Keep do not know. In searching on the internet I have found this (in Dutch) http://liberationroute.nl/media/1037352/lesbrief-driel.pdf Page 46 shows a school on the first picture and then the lower one is what I think is a schoolroom with several soldiers - 2 with aprons Can anyone identify where this school was and could this school have been a medical station where we was brought and then died and was buried next to it? Can anyone identify the soldiers? I have also emailed the Airborne Museum and the Liberation route asking if they have any further information about this document. Any assistance would be very much appreciated.