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There are 92 Family Trees on the web site and over 22,300 individuals appear on these trees. 

If you are a paid up Society member and you cannot see yourself or close relations in your family tree let me know where you fit in and I will configure your log in to enable you to see details of yourself and close relatives. Without this set up you may find the family trees difficult to use.

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Buntings of Bonsall

Would love to find information for John/Jack Bunting born 1883 Bonsall. .
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Arthur Bunting

 My Great Grandfather Arthur Bunting. Born 1876. Died 1964. Marred to Emma Silman. Had 7 children. George. (My Grandad) Tom. Frank. Bill. Jim. Edie. Ethel. Lived  at 18 School Lane. Cirencester. Arthur was Forman at Cirencester Railway Yard. In WW1 he joined Bettalion 8 of the Glosters. (Service number 23449) as a private. They were sent to the Somme. The battalion were right in the thick of the battle. Arthur was In charge of the donkeys. He never spoke about what he saw out there. 

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Walter Bunting

 Walter Bunting b May 1890 at 42 Dolphin Street, Attercliffe, Sheffield. Grandson of William (b.1848 Belper) & Martha Bunting. Married to Rebecca Calow Mar 1910 Worksop.

6157 Pte Walter Bunting, 9th Batt Sherwood Foresters attached to 13th Royal Irish Rifles, Accidently killed 20th Aug 1916. Court of Inquiry statement reads: No 4705 Rifleman A.J.Vickers states that at 4.30am on the 20/8/16 I had a jam with the Lewis Gun and rectified the stoppage. Between 12 noon & 1pm I stripped the gun to clean it and put it together again. I put a magazine on the gun, placed it onto the parapet to fire a burst to test the gun. As I pressed the trigger, the sandbag on which the gun was resting gave way and the gun fall to the right. Before I could get my finger off the trigger, Rifleman Bunting who was standing on the right of the gun was shot and killed instantly.

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William Bunton

I'm hoping someone can point me to some clues as to who my ancestor might have been. 
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Mary Knowles

Does anyone have any further information regarding the two Mary Knowles' in the Matlock 1 tree?  In 1845, Mary Knowles from Staffordshire bacame the 2nd wife of Adam Bunting, but it seems that his Grandfather also married a lady of the same name.  This is such a strange coincidence and I would like to find out more about the first Mary Knowles if anyone could help me please.

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25th Annual Gathering and AGM

Advance information on this years Annual Gathering

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George 'Bunting' Stanley

 I am trying to trace a George Stanley who married in 1924 in Nuneaton aged 24. He was known as George 'Bunting' Stanley. I wondered if anyone in the society could shed any light on him. It is believed that he had family connections in Towcester in Northants. An Eli Bunting lived in Towcester with his family I have discovered but can find no family links. To make matters more complicated George is believed to be of a Romany gypsy family background.  Any assistance would be much appreciated.  Julian

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