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Belper Buntings

I have traced my tree back to Samuel Bunting, born in Belper in 1810, to parents James and Mary. I am now stuck. I believe there were a lot of Buntings from Belper, does anyone have any information regarding this clan?
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Belper Buntings
Authored by: Anonymous on 08:50PM GMT - Saturday, 11 February 2006

Hello! That's very interesting. I've just logged onto this site for the first time. I have a family tree, passed on to me by my great-uncle. The oldest ancestor is a William Bunting, born in about 1800 in Belper. I know nothing else about him, except that he married Mary Cooper, also from Belper, in Duffield in 1820. They must have moved up to Hyde, near Manchester, as that is where their children were born. Hope this is useful! I think I shall have to join this society and see what else I can find out...

Andy Quarmby (great-grandson of Edith Bunting).

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