Wolves fan searching for Norwich relatives

David Dungar as a child with his mother and father in the 1950s. Picture: David Dungar.

David Dungar as a child with his mother and father in the 1950s. Picture: David Dungar. - Credit: Archant

A Wolves fan is hoping to meet up with long lost family when he visits Carrow Road next Tuesday.

David Dungar's father was born in Norwich in the 1920s. He moved to Wolverhampton for work in the 1940s before unfortunately dying young in the 1960s. While David, now 64, was working in Hong Kong during the 1980s, his grandmother passed away, and with her he lost all contact with his Norwich relatives. However, the addition of a new family member has sparked a quest to reconnect.

Mr Dungar said: 'The recent arrival of my granddaughter has motivated me and my son, Stephen, to trace our lost family members. It would mean a lot if we could introduce her to some of her Norfolk ancestory.'

Some of the relatives listed on his grandmother's will include Joy Kemp, Peter Dungar, Lilly Goodman, Hilda Drake and Jean Maidstone. Contact Mr Dungar at david.dungar@nexus-contract.com.


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