For Posterity's Sake
A Royal Canadian Navy Historical Project
In memory of those who have Crossed the Bar
Lewis Kennett is buried in the Regina Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery in the military section.
Ships served in:
(LK01) Sailors on HMCS WETASKIWIN - Lewis Kennett crouched, front centre (LK02) Lewis Kenneth by the depth charge thrower on HMCS WETASKIWIN (LK03) Two unidentified Wrens onboard HMCS WETASKIWIN (LK04) Unidentified sailor on HMCS WETASKIWIN (LK05) Diver exiting the water - believed to have been taken from HMCS WETASKIWIN
Christmas celebration onboard HMCS WETASKIWIN - St. John's, Newfoundland - Dec 1944
(LK06) Christmas onboard HMCS Wetaskiwin - Dec 1944
Lewis Kennett 2nd from right wearing officer's cap.
(LK07) LS Lewis Kennett wearing a Lt's uniform on HMCS WETASKIWIN - Christmas Dec 1944 (LK11) Note the two Christmas tree raised up on the yard arms.
(LK18) Unknown merchant ship (LK19) The Wet-Ass-Queen" gunshield art on HMCS WETASKIWIN (LK20) HMCS LONG BRANCH K487 between Apr-Oct 1944 - photo taken from HMCS WETASKIWIN (LK21) USS TRACY 214 and USS BORIE 215 - location unknown. USS BORIE had been heavily damaged in a running battle with U-405 on 01 Nov 1943 in which U-405 was sunk. On 02 Nov 1943, after her crew was removed, she was sunk by allied ships and aircraft.
(LK22-LK26) Unidentified sailors on HMCS WETASKIWIN