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Nottingham/Mansfield Buntings

Have got back to Walter Bunting b circa 1828 in Mansfield. I believe he may have been the son of William and Mary Bunting. Walter married Louisa (from Somerset I think) and they settled in Nottingham and had three little Buntings: William, Edward and Alice. Would love to hear from anyone who may have a connection to this branch. Email -
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Nottingham/Mansfield Buntings
Authored by: Michael Bunting FSG on 06:49PM GMT - Thursday, 10 March 2005

I think you may have missed one of the children of Walter and Louisa!
Anyway from which of them are you descended? You may well be able to help the Society to improve its more modern records.
Walter has lots of siblings too.
E-mail our Record Keeper, Mary Rix and perhaps you can share some information. But why not join the Society anyway - it's cheap enough - only 4pa if you live in the UK. Mary's contact link is on "About Us" reached from the page header above. Michael

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