“Understanding yesterday, for the benefit of today and tomorrow”
According to Army Records, the following effects were returned to George’s widow on 22nd September 1917:
Cloth pocket case containing letters and photos, 2 religious books, a watch, razor-
Florrie Dunkley was granted a widow’s pension pension of 18s 9d (93p) a week from 17th December 1917, and she received George’s British War and Victory Medals on 6th October 1921.
Private Dunkley is buried at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Poperinge, West-