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
04:06AM GMT - Sunday, 16 December 2018     Contact Administrator. Please include your username.

Bunting in Terrington

I've traced a line back to Frances Bunting, born c.1829 in Terrington, Norfolk. The 1851 census suggests that her parents could have been Thomas and Phoebe, but the IGI gives their children without including Frances. I'd be grateful for any information.
  • Facebook
  • Google Bookmarks
  • Twitter
Bunting in Terrington | 2 comments | Create New Account
The following comments are owned by whomever posted them. This site is not responsible for what they say.
Bunting in Terrington
Authored by: Anonymous on 01:03AM GMT - Saturday, 04 February 2006

I have an index reference for Frances. Her marriage was registered in the June quarter of 1849 at Wisbeach Vol XIV page 217.
My family tree which goes back to John Bunting born c 1809 in Terrington St Clement but I have not made a connection for Frances. The family of Thomas born c 1805 and Phoebe born c1806 were living at Terrington St John in 1841 census. Their children at that time were Charles b 1828, Elizabeth b 1830 Robert b 1832 and Thomas b 1838.


Bunting in Terrington
Authored by: Anonymous on 08:41PM GMT - Wednesday, 15 November 2006


You may be able to assist with the tracking down of a relative of Captain William Bunting MC who was killed in France in 1917. Iam a serving Officer in the British Army, currently working in Washington DC.  A US citizen has been in contact because she is now in the posession of a letter written by William Bunting to the parents of a soldier he believed was killed in 1917.  So far I have found out that Captain William Bunting was killed in Aug 1917 and received a Military Cross for gallant conduct and that the soldier he was writing about was probably not killed but more likely wounded or taken prisoner.  The person that holds the letter would like to return it to William Buntings family.  It is very moving and I believe would mean a great deal to them.  His name appears on the War memorial in Terrington St John and his parents were Joh nand Sarah Bunting.

If you are able to put me in touch via an e-mail address or maybe give them my contact details I would be most grateful. My e-mail address is

Regards  John

Capt John W James

British Army Staff (Washington DC)

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 0.19 seconds
The Bunting Society is Member F107 of The Federation of Family History Societies.