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Stathelle, on the south-east coast, is on the southern shore of Langesundsfiord, opposite Brevnik. From the E18 turn onto the 352 in the direction of Stathelle. Follow the signs to the town and the church is clearly signed along this road. The grave, which is marked by a family memorial, is three quarters of the way down the cemetery to the left of the path.
The Merchant Navy seaman from Norway buried in this cemetery lost his life in a tanker which was sunk by a German submarine in the West Indies. His body was cremated at Kingston, St. Vincent, in the Windward islands and the ashes were later repatriated. The grave, which has a private memorial, is at the far end of the cemetery, on the left hand side.