The 96-year-old is accused of murdering his wife
Jack Tindall appeared at court in a wheelchair charged with killing his 92-year-old wife Ernestine.
He is accused of murdering his wife of 68 years at their home in Perlethorpe, near Ollerton in Nottinghamshire, on August 3 last year.
Dressed in a blue blazer, a cardigan and a white shirt with a green tie the pensioner did not enter a plea at Nottingham Crown Court on Tuesday.
The OAP did not enter a plea during a hearing at Nottingham Crown Court yesterday
Judge Gregory Dickinson granted Tindall bail ahead of his next court appearance on June 9.
Britain's oldest killer is Bernard Heginbotham who stabbed to death wife Ida, 87, in an “act of love” when he was 99 on April 1 2004.
The great grandfather could not face his partner of 67 years being moved to a fifth care home in three months and so killed her in their bungalow in Preesall, Lancashire.
Tindall was married to his wife for 68 years
He was handed a 12-month community order after admitted manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.
Heginbotham died in a care home aged 102 in February 2007.