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"Yorksville"  19. iv. 2011  00.29 am


I am researching my family genealogy and record that one of my relations was Mary Bunting who married one of my relationsJohn Temple, b. 1827. killed in an accident from a falling barrel.Wells-next-the-sea.

I am also aware of a Bunting k. i. a. WW IWells war memorial but not sure if related. Mary and JOHN had two siblings, Mary Ann 1853, Martha 1855.

My other relations in the Wells area were the siblings of Robert and William Temple. William was Wells harbour master 1878. See 2011harbour brochure, p.53.

Would appreciate any further info on Mary Bunting. Mary remarriedafter John's untimely death, Jonas Sanford, in 1877. Wells parish.

Current relations James & Jane Temple of Morston - The Anchor inn.

I am based in Northampton.

01604 713777

Yours respectfully

Geoffrey E. Dixon-Hamilton

( orig. p-gggg-gf Robert Temple of Barton, 1752-1839.

sloop owner. master mariner, waterman.

as were his sons and their sons.

Moved to Wells summer 1841. see 1851 census etc.


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Authored by: Geoffrey E Dixon-Hamilton on 07:10PM BST - Friday, 22 April 2011

"Yorksville" Good Friday 22. iv. 2011 10. 15 am

Good Morning to all Bunting families and associates,

I would just like to record my sincere thanks for the positive

result to my earlier e-mail vis a vis Mary Bunting and Abillet Percy

Bunting, Wells WW I memorial. Ms Mary Rix provided the initial answers

the gaps in my Family Tree. The results now clarify and resolve

several family mysteries. It proves that such a society as the Bunting

Society can provide wonderful results to those who are serious about

their family history be that in England or worldwide. On the basis of the

info given I can now obtain official certificates and visit next week the

WW I memorial to pay my respects to such a brave young man. Two

other men of my Family Tree are also on the Memorial 'list'. COOK /

SOUTHGATE. A high price to pay from one family tree as others in

my family tree also paid the highest price 1914-1918. However, their

memorials are in France, belgium, and Germany ( Hamburg ).

God Bless and thanks again for such a prompt and positive reply.

Yours respectfully,

Geoffrey E. Dixon-Hamilton

Jerry Green Society Webmaster.

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