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Relationship of Samuel and Daniel Bunting

I am requesting  assistance in locating any documentation/information on the following individuals.  If you have a copy of "Anthony Bunting and Ellen Barker of Matlock, England: descendants of sons in America.  William Bunting, John Bunting, Samuel Bunting, Job Bunting" by Elizabeth Potts Koleda the information may be there. Your assistance would be greatly appreciated and I will be more than happy to pay any reasonable fees.


It is said that Samuel Bunting was born on 29 July 1743 in Falls Township Bucks County, PA and married Septama Cowgill on 5 May 1773 in     Burlington County, NJ. It is also said that Samuel Bunting and his wife Septama (Cowgill) Bunting, in company with Jonah Cowgill (Septama's brother), moved by ox-cart to Le Bouef Township, Erie County in northwestern Pennsylvania about 1797. Samuel and his wife Septama are listed in the1790 Census for Bucks County, PA and the 1810 and 1820 Census for Le Bouef Township in Erie County, along with Septama's brothers Johan and Joseph Cowgill. Children of Samuel and Septama were John 1780, Tamazine 1791,Edmund 1798, Margaret 1779, all born in Bucks County, PA and their youngest child Daniel who was born in 1808 in LeBeouf Township, Erie County, PA.    
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