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Little Kenneth Huntley


Born 25th July 1924 in Launceston Tasmania , the eldest child of Ernest Harold Little and Alice May Brown,  Kenneth grew up on the family farm at Piperís River Tasmania .  He left school at aged 14 and was employed by a Mr Wilks in Launceston as a milkman.  

He was killed in a motor vehicle accident whilst training near Darwin on the 29th April 1944, also killed were Corporal A.S.Timmins and LAC E.W. Webb.  The men were traveling to a concert when the accident occurred.  

Kenneth is buried Adelaide River in the Northern Territory .                 

His cousin Charles Hugh Parish, born Hobart , was also killed during the 2nd World War.  

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