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Sarah Bunting B1849

I am trying to trace my Great Grandmother, Sarah Bunting and any confirmation of the following. . On 1891 census, there is a James Alsop, b1848 residing at Whatstandwell, Derbys, Head of family, also entered are Sarah Bunting and a nephew, James Bunting, b 1879 at Hayton, Lancs. In the 1901 census, they have all become Alsop's and James Bunting is now Alsop, son. thereafter I have only word of mouth that Sarah committed suicide by hanging herself from a lamp post in Moss Side, Manchester in the early 1900's. James Bunting would be my Grandfather and I would appreciate any help on the whole issue. Jim Alsop
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Sarah Bunting B1841
Authored by: Jim Alsop on 11:25PM BST - Tuesday, 26 September 2006

Michael, I have acquired Sarah's death cert and it is in the name of Sarah Bunting and suggests to me unless there is some code involved, that this was natural causes,  viz.  "Perforation of bowel 29 hours ". Registered in Oldham sub district of Royton, Lancs. 2nd June 1880. Sarah's granddaughter, my Aunt, still believes in the suicide story but we have no way of proving either way now. I have found no newspaper reports, although my Aunt has now found a surviving first cousin thanks to Mary and to genes reunited site members and I hope that I may find more from the cousin soon. Jim

 

 

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