After arriving in Liverpool, then Wales with the 83rd Infantry (The Thunderbolt-more information found on Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/83rd_Infantry_Division_%28United_States%29), Terry asked for and received the locations of British Army in the area.
Te. Overton 77 Our Ref:-I/4
Subject-British Army Locations. 20th April 1944
Further to my call on you a few days ago, herewith the information you asked me to let you have:-
Regular Army Troops in the Neighbourhood.
Royal Engineers (Survey Training Centre)
Ruabon. Tel. Ruabon 3163
O.C. Lt. Col. Wheeler
No 5 Infantry Centre,
Horsley [sic] Hall,
OC Lt Col. Price Tel. Rossett 133
Hermitage Camp & The Barracks,
Wrexham. Tel. Wrexham 3088
Now the site of the school https://www.google.com/maps/place/Ysgol+Morgan+Llwydemail@example.com,-2.9786569,7010m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m2!3m1!1s0x487ac72838698fbf:0xe389c0acff7cd975%5D
Oswestry Garrison R.A.
Park Hall Camp,
Oswestry. Tel. Oswestry 593
Command Ordnance Depot (Western Command)
OC Lt Col Martin. Tel. Overton 87.
7th Bn Denflint Home Guard,
Ellesmere Tel. Overton 77
OC Lt.Col. Sir Edward Hanmer Bart,
Adjutant, Capt. R.B. Asterley R. Sussex Regt.
The Commander of “B” Coy of this Bn. in whose area your Camp is situated is:-
Major B.V. Coates,
Whirchurch, Salop. [sic] Tel. Redbrook Maelor 204
Commanding No 7 Battalion Denflint H.G
Then there is some handwritten notes, likely by Frank Tyrrell:
Fenn’s Moss J. 9457
Group Capt. Harmon
Whitchurch RAF 420
Rednold Owestry RAF that use area
130 here Sunday for meeting
Capt Asterley near
Overton across st.
from Potatoes Pack.