Born: 1908, All Saint’s, Dovercourt, Essex.

Died: 29th October 1943; age: 35.

Residence: 77, Goring Road, Ipswich.


Rank: Lieutenant; Service Number: 226997.

Regiment: Royal Army Service Corps.


Grave Reference:

Bari War Cemetery,



Relatives Notified & Address: Son of George & Mary Ann Dunningham; husband of Dorothy Ann Dunningham, of Ipswich.




1911   Rose Cottage, 18, Manor Road, Dovercourt, Essex.


Reginald was 3 years old and living with his parents & siblings.

George Dunningham, 48, a Coach Builder – employer, born Ardleigh, Essex.

Mary Ann Dunningham (nee Rookard), 46, born Great Bromley, Essex.

Thomas George Dunningham, 17, a Student, born All Saint’s, Dovercourt.

Herbert William Dunningham, 15, Apprentice Blacksmith, born All Saint’s, Dovercourt.

Ernest Alfred Dunningham, 13, born All Saint’s, Dovercourt.

Amy Ellen Dunningham, 10, born All Saint’s, Dovercourt.

Harold Edward Dunningham, 8, born All Saint’s, Dovercourt.


Reginald’s mother, Mary Ann Dunningham, died 1930, Dovercourt. His father, George Dunningham, died 1935, Dovercourt.


Reginald’s brother, Thomas George Dunningham, died in the First World War. KiA 25th September 1915, age 21, a Private, service number 1191, of the London Regiment, 20th (County of London) Battalion (Blackheath & Woolwich). Thomas resided in Blackheath, and enlisted at New Cross. Laid to rest at Arras Road Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.


In 1934, Ipswich, Reginald married Dorothy Annie Hamer, born December 1910, Ipswich.


Probate to Dorothy Ann Dunningham – widow.

One Comment

  • Reginald was my father. I was only 2 when he died.
    My mother never stopped loving and missing him. Many people have told me what a wonderful person he was. Love, Nita


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