The Dunkirk Veterans met annually in Worcester, each year they remembered their lost comrades but they never as far as I can tell found the grave of Capt Jimmy Styles Commander of A Troop. His driver did attend at least one meeting where he mentioned that he last saw him advancing towards the enemy with a revolver in his hand but could not recall exactly where. Jimmy Styles was Australian so why he is in the Canadian Cemetery is a little odd. Attached is a paragraph mentioning their activities in the chaos between 15th - 18th May the dates given by the Registration of the CWGC. His gravestone gives the date of 17th May. The 67th Field Regt RA (TA) were part of 1st Infantry Division and apart from this short period withdrew in good order to Bray Dunes with the exception of A Troop who held the canal at Dunkirk. The cause of his death appears to be unknown.