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
10:47PM UTC - Monday, 20 November 2017     Contact Administrator. Please include your username.

The Bunting Society 20th Annual Gathering and AGM

When? Saturday 10th October 2008

Where? Long Buckby  Community Centre, NN6 7QB(select link to see map and to get directions) Northamptonshire.

Who is it for? All are welcome! You do not have to be a member of The Bunting Society.

What will be happening?
The Bunting Society’s growing collection of Family Trees, Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates, Wills, Census returns, Newspaper and Photo Archives will be on display. We hope to provide copying facilities and internet access. There will be opportunities throughout the day for research.
 

Speakers
We have booked speakers, with a mix of local knowledge and Bunting knowledge. Phil Davis will talk about Long Buckby and Barbara Fuller will tell us about the last Buntings in Long Buckby. There were Buntings in Long Buckby for over 300 years. As an ‘extra’, Phil will lead a visit to the small local Museum and a short walk around the centre of Long Buckby.  Bunting Society member Jerry Green will speak to us about Buntings of Long Buckby, their occupations and migrations. Alan Bunting will tell us about his branch of The Bunting Treee.

Bunting Society records and family trees
The growing collection of Bunting Society records, a veritable forest of Bunting family trees, the Society’s photo and newspaper archives and much, much more will be available. We hope that members will bring along their own Bunting photos etc (copies, not originals) for all to see.

Transport
The village of Long Buckby has exceptionally good transport links.
Long Buckby is on the Northampton loop of the West Coast Mainline. There are two trains an hour from London Euston and also two each hour from Birmingham. See details of rail services linking with all parts of England on this link..
Buses run from Rugby and Northampton to Long Buckby. For full details see Stagecoach web site.


Accommodation
Bed and Breakfast is available locally. The following establishments are all close to, or in, Long Buckby.

Murcott Mill, Long Buckby.

Sunny Meadow, Long Buckby Wharf.

Foxhill Farm, West Haddon.

Kingsthorpe Guesthouse, Daventry.

Drayton Lodge, Daventry.

If on the Friday or Saturday night you want somewhere to meet other Buntings then go to the New Inn at Long Buckby Wharf.



Please join us! To book a place now go to our online shop and you can book your place and pay using Paypal.

or

Complete booking form and post with cheque.

Share
  • Facebook
  • Google Bookmarks
  • Twitter
The Bunting Society 20th Annual Gathering and AGM | 1 comments | Create New Account
The following comments are owned by whomever posted them. This site is not responsible for what they say.
Info required
Authored by: Arthur Bunting on 06:49PM UTC - Thursday, 20 August 2009

Hello, Having some physio right now from Stephen Bunting, no relation, but wondered if there are any trees that are missing a Charles Bunting, originating from Birkenhead but probably originally a Lancashire connection. Also Stephens dad is David Charles. and lives in the Preston area They have no idea about their ancestors but it was pointed out to me that his son is called Noah, very unusual name for these times and I was interested to see if there were many people with that name in their tree. Any assistance will be passed on and appreciated.  Arthur Bunting

PS: he is doing a good job on my back

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