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Bunting - Easington/Seaham

Hi,

I am trying to trace back my family tree but am stuck on the Bunting side. My grandmother was Elizabeth Bunting born 1908 she had a sister, Harriet born 1910/11 they were the daughters of John and Mary Ann  (nee Moran).  John was born 1882 and was killed in action in France in 1916. He had a sister by the name of Sarah-Jane, I know that their father was Henry Bunting but don't have a year of birth, he had a sister called Sarah-Ann.


Elizabeth and Harriet were born in Seaham, County Durham

Elizabeth was married twice, her first marriage was to Robert Ellwood and her second to my grandfather Arthur Wheatley, I know that Elizabeth and Arthur moved to Kingston-upon-Thames in the late 1930's

These are only details myself and my Mum have managed to find.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Carrie

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Bunting - Easington/Seaham
Authored by: Anonymous on 05:31PM UTC - Wednesday, 16 December 2009

I just read your comment regarding Sarah-Jane Bunting. My Grandmother's maiden name was Sarah-Jane and she was born in Minster Lovell in Oxfordshire.

Christine Neill

 

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