|Last Known Address
|Unit of Service
||Army. 4th (Field) Regiment Royal Artillery
|Number and Rank
|Date & Place of Death
||20 August 1970. Germany.
Section V111, Row A, Grave 11.
Limmer Cemetery, Hanover, Germany.
M.O.D Roll of Honour.
Armed Forces Memorial.
Brothers In Arms Memorial Wall, Burdon Road, Sunderland.
Details of any Medals, conflict, training or operations which the deceased had participated in during service.
Kenneth was serving with $th regiment Royal artillery and was fatally injured in an accident during exercises.
Other general information. online links, images etc.
Kenneth in Uniform.
The MOD Roll of Honour.
Below is Kenneth's Grave.
Below are the Cemetery Details where Kenneth is Buried.
HANOVER WAR CEMETERY (Limmer).
Identified Casualties: 2345
The city of Hannover lies in the north of Germany approx 290kms west of Berlin.
From the A2 motorway Dortmund to Berlin take exit 42 (Ausfahrt 42) HANNOVER-HERRENHAUSEN / GARBSEN-OST (CWGC sign) and follow the B6 direction HANNOVER-ZENTRUM.
Continue along the B6 for approx 1.5kms and turn right onto L395 STOCKNERSTRASSE (CWGC sign) direction AHLEM.
Continue for approx 3.5kms then turn left onto KLOCKNERSTRASSE (CWGC Signposted)
Continue for approx 800m then turn left onto B441 AHLEMERSTRASSE direction HANNOVER (CWGC sign) road name changes to WUNSTORFER LANDSTRASSE. After approx 1km turn right onto RICHARD-LATTORFSTRASSE (CWGC sign) and continue for approx 800m.
Turn right onto HEISTERBERGALLEE (CWGC sign) and continue for approx 1km. The cemetery can be found on the right.
The cemetery address is:-
GPS Location is:-
N 52 22 38
E 09 39 19
Wheelchair access possible via main entrance. For further information regarding wheelchair access, please contact our Enquiries Section on telephone number 01628 507200
Many of the graves in Hanover War Cemetery were brought in from prisoner of war camp cemeteries, small German cemeteries and from isolated positions in the surrounding country.
The cemetery contains 2,407 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War, 62 of them unidentified. There are also 39 non-war burials and 10 war graves of other nationalities, most of them Polish. It was designed by P.D. Hepworth.
Hanover War Cemetery adjoins Hanover Military Cemetery, a substantial post war military cemetery of more than 3,000 burials
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