Kenneth A. LITTLE
Margraten Military Cemetery Plot C, Row 15, Grave 20.
Entry sign of the Margraten Military Cemetery
Frontal view of the cemetery
On this page I’ll try to tell the story beyond Kenneth’ grave. His biography and achievements during the war will be spearheaded during my ongoing search for (more) information. This page will be updated regularly. If you are related to Kenneth A. Little, or you know more about him, please contact me through the contactpage. It will be much appreciated.
|Name||Kenneth A. LITTLE|
|Unit||2nd Armored Division|
|Regiment||H Company, 41st Armored Infantry Battalion|
|Date of Birth||April 10, 1910|
|Date of Enlistment||January 12, 1944|
|Place of Enlistment||IL|
|Hometown||Tazewell County, IL|
|Status||Deceased of Wounds (DOW)|
|Died||March 4, 1945|
|Cause of Death||Hit by schrapnel while operating a MG position|
|Burried||American War Cemetery, Margraten (Holland)|
|Plot/Row/Grave||Plot C, Row 15, Grave 20|
Kenneth was born in 1910 as the youngest of two brothers in the small town of Creve Coeur, Illinois. He is the son of father Arthur L. Little and mother Laura (Langdon) Little. Before the war Kenneth married his wife Lois Darlene Little (1912-1991) and together they had a son named Kenneth Roger (1942-2003).