The Bunting Society
for those interested in the name Bunting and its variants.
About Us |  Apply to Join Us |  Pay Us via PayPal |  Members Interests |
The Bunting Society-First Place in the One-Name Society category of the FFHS Website Award
Home | Links | Gallery | Family Trees |  Most Popular |  Diary of Stories/Queries | -  | Add a Story/Query | Add a Link | Add an Event |

Welcome to The Bunting Society
04:54PM GMT - Tuesday, 18 December 2018     Contact Administrator. Please include your username.

BUNTING - Horstead, Norfolk

Hi - Just joined after recently confirming the maiden name and birthplace of my Great Grandmother Susannah Bunting born 1854 Horstead, Norfolk.

Her parents were Joseph born c1822 Horstead & Elizabeth (maiden name unknown)born c1825 Frettenham.

Other children of James & Elizabeth were:

Amelia born c1847, George c1850, William James c1852, Mary Ann c1860 & James Arthur c1863.

George married Martha Maria PELL in Dewsbury, Yorkshire 1870.

Welcome contact from anyoneconnecting to the above or with further information.



  • Facebook
  • Google Bookmarks
  • Twitter
BUNTING - Horstead, Norfolk | 1 comments | Create New Account
The following comments are owned by whomever posted them. This site is not responsible for what they say.
BUNTING - Horstead, Norfolk
Authored by: Michael Bunting FSG on 07:51PM GMT - Saturday, 05 March 2005

Welcome to the Bunting Society.
It was good to read that in talking to Mary Rix, our Record Keeper, that you had been able to help the Society link up your family to data we hold.
Reading your statement made me realise that it is hightime I asked her for a modern "Backup CD". That way if a disaster did occur then there would not be too much typing to catch up with.
I think you have made a typing error in your website article as you have written "Other chidren of "James" and Elizabeth are..". Presumably you meant Joseph? If you ask the Webmaster, Jerry Green to amend it he will do so. His name is underlined in the page header. Click on that and you can send him an e-mail.
Now you are into Parish records gleaning family information will become tougher but if you are a member also of your local family history society then their lectures will help you to develop the techniques for coping with this situation.
Good hunting, Michael

The Bunting Society is Member 1696 of The Guild of One-Name Studies.
The Bunting Society News Feed. The Bunting Society Website is a Family Friendly Website
 Copyright © 1990-2017 The Bunting Society
 All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective owners.
Geeklog Created this page in 0.12 seconds
The Bunting Society is Member F107 of The Federation of Family History Societies.