In army uniform - he was called up at the start of WWII but was returned home due
to illness. He died in late 1940.
The following pages include a profile of his life, a table of information and some
photographs of places he would have known.
There are several photographs of Clement Grundy from the mid 1920’s onwards..
To date only basic knowledge has been gathered. Lorraine Grundy has undertaken more
extensive research on the Grundy branch of the family to date.
Clement Grundy was born in 1901 in Winsford in Cheshire. By 1911 the family had
moved to Oldham and Clement had seven siblings.
He became a bus driver for Oldham Corporation and regularly drove the No 9 route
(from Rochdale through Oldham to Ashton under Lyne & back).
He married Dorothy Alice Ogden in 1927 and they had three children. However he had
recurrent illness and spent some time at the TGWU union convalescence home in Littleport
on the Isle of Ely. He was called up at the outbreak of war in 1939 but was returned
home sick and died before the end of 1940.