SENNEVILLE-SUR-FECAMP CHURCHYARD

 

 

Seine-Maritime

 

 

France

 

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Location Information

Senneville-sur-Fecamp is a village and commune 23 miles (37 kilometres) north-east of Le Havre, and 2.50 miles (4 kilometres) north-east of Fecamp, which is a fishing port on the Le Havre, St. Valery, Dieppe railway. The Fecamp to Dieppe bus route passes a few yards from the churchyard. Near the south-east corner of the church are the graves of 2 airmen of the Royal Air Force, and 4 soldiers of the British army. The latter are not identified.

 

Burial Details

36139 Flying Officer Derek Charles McCaw, Pilot in 238 Squadron, Royal Air Force, died 8th August 1940, aged 24. Son of Capt Guy Hardy McCaw, M.C., formerly of the 3rd Hussars, and Renee Minna MacCaw, of Victoria, London. B.A. (Cantab.): King's College.

741305 Sergeant Herbert Francis Montgomery, Pilot in 43 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, died 14th August 1940.