Did you know Kenneth Alfred Isacc Hunt?

Did you know Kenneth Alfred Isacc Hunt?

Tom Van Mierlo is a member of the board of the Dutch Foundation Stichting Adoptiegraven CWGC Venray War Cemetery. As part of the foundation’s mission to preserve the memory of fallen soldiers who fought in World War II, they are currently searching for a photograph of Flying Officer Kenneth Alfred Isaac Hunt of Mountain Ash, who rests at the Venray War Cemetery.

Lancaster pilot, Flying Officer Hunt bravely gave his life in service to his country during a mission to Cologne on 24 December 1944. The foundation believes that it is important to honor his memory and the sacrifices that he made for the freedom of others.

Kenneth’s parents, Frederick Charles Hunt and Ann Maria Jones Hunt, were also originally from Mountain Ash.

The foundation is appealing to anyone who may have a photograph of Flying Officer Hunt or who knows his family to come forward and get in touch with them. Their goal is to give his grave a face and a personal touch, as well as to learn more about him as a person, and not just as a soldier.

Despite their extensive efforts, the foundation has not yet been able to locate a photo of Flying Officer Hunt. Any assistance that the public can offer in their search would be greatly appreciated. Those with information or a photograph to share can visit the foundation’s website at www.adoptiegraven-venray.nl.

The foundation hopes that with the help of the public, they can preserve the memory of a fallen hero and provide comfort to his family and friends.

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