I have just discovered that 6099827 Lance Corporal George James Gatty, killed at Argenta Gap on 13 April 1945, was my relative, a cousin. This weekend I did a search on the CWGC site for my surname, also Gatty, and seven names came up. I hadn’t done this before as I hadn’t really expected anyone with my name to be there, it not being that common. No logic to that really. Casualty I think the CWGC has his age (32) wrong as his baptism record on Ancestry clearly says he was born in December 1913, which surely means he was still only 31 when he died. That’s another issue, of course, but having looked at the thread on amending CWGC records I’m not sure they would act upon what I say anyway given I am not immediate family and/or have no official documentation to support being a relative. His recruitment roll of 17 July 1940 is, according to Ancestry, that of the Queens Royal (West Surrey) Regiment. I think that the “L A.A.” stamped on his entry, presumably from 1 December 1941 to 22 August 1944, suggest he was part of a Light Anti-Aircraft unit, which I presume would be the 99th LAA Regiment? The two handwritten entries suggest he was transferred back to the West Surreys on 22 August ‘44 and then to the Buffs on 12 December’44. Would this be a correct assumption? I intend to request his service records once the current situation has eased, so it is pretty much guesswork right now from reading some of the threads on here. I strongly suspect that George was killed in the action on Lake Comacchio but, again, at the moment I can only guess at that. I do not know much about the Argenta Gap battle or, indeed, his Regiment(s) but will have a browse here and also seek out some good books on the battle, especially by anyone who actually participated. I would also very much like to visit his headstone one day and pay my respects to him and to his comrades. As I am not able to do this for now, is there any member here who has visited the Argenta Gap Cemetery and perhaps has a photo of his burial place? Unlikely, but you never know. CWGC also revealed another cousin I never knew I had, Able Seaman William Ernest Gatty who served on HMS Encounter. Sadly he died as a prisoner of the Japanese in 1945, but that is for another thread. The “Encounter” story and the rescue of her crew is most interesting.