Robert Clarke Dungey
Full name Robert Clarke Dungey, born in 1892 in Squinton Park, London according to the 1901 Census - in Wormwood Scrubs, London per the 1911 Census. Son of Mary Elizabeth Palmer Dungey nee Burgess born in Woodstock, who in 1901 was stated to be a widow and grocer/shopkeeper on Wheatley's High Street: Kelly's Directory for 1899 also lists her there. In 1911 at the age of 19 Robert was styled grocer and head of the household, which consisted also of an older and a younger brother, one of whom emigrated to Australia. Robert was also a postmaster. He enlisted on 12 December 1915, Regimental No. 032194. An Army storeman, he was promoted Lance Corporal on 11 June 1917. He received an Army Pension as of 9 October 1919, together with a once-off payment of £30 in respect of a femoral hernia. He was left a sum of money by Frederick Shirley. See also references to him in the Wheatley in a World at War chapter.
He was living at 11 High Street.