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Lost Bunting
Authored by: Anonymous on 07:05PM GMT - Wednesday, 16 January 2008

Hi again.

On the Beckingham memorial John is listed above an Earnest Bunting who was killed in action in 1917. His age also fits with the Earnest on the 1901 census. Could this be his brother. I intend to explore John further by purchasing the relevant certificates when i have a bit more time. My first stop will be Johns birth certificate. I am also going to get intouch with the Regiment historian to see if he can tell me anything.



Lost Bunting
Authored by: Michael Bunting FSG on 11:45PM GMT - Wednesday, 16 January 2008

Dear Barbara & Gemma,

The Bromley Local studies library has done you proud in going beyond confirming that I had remembered that J Bunting was the owner of 32 Chancery Lane by looking at the Electoral rolls to give you the occupiers, Charles and Mary. I believe there was a Lloyd George Land Tax around about 1910. These usually give the owners and occupiers detail too.

I may not get the opportunity to look at the Society records for them for about a week now and then to see if they can show lead to a modern descendant. At least you have saved me a trip to the Guildhall Library tomorrow to verify the owner of no. 32. You could save time and write to Mary Rix, our Record Keeper (her link is on the "About Us" page in the header above)!

I have applied for the military death certificate for John Henry (listed on the "Find My Past" site) in the hope that it might show something useful that is not on either Commonwealth Wargraves or Soldiers Killed in the First World War sites. So don't waste your money on that as I will send you a copy.

That is all for now. Michael.

Lost Bunting
Authored by: Michael Bunting FSG on 12:02AM GMT - Tuesday, 12 February 2008

Dear Gemma and Barbara,

The forces death certificate, perhaps understanably, has the bare minimum of information on it and so is less valuable than that obtained from the "Commonwealth War Graves" source but for completeness sake I will let you have a copy.

I think you may be wrong in surmising that "Earnest" was killed in the war as the Bunting Society records show that he married, with the classic spelling of the name, Ernest and produced a son John F, probably named in honour of his Uncle. In turn one of his daughters, with the slightly unusual but attractive name of Alicia lives in the Bromley, UK, Registration district. Perhaps you can now complete the story and find the lost Buntings?


Lost Bunting
Authored by: Anonymous on 09:51AM GMT - Tuesday, 12 February 2008


Thankyou for all the work you have done to help us.

This has been something that i have dipped in and out of for many years but it looks like you have brought it to a conclusion.

I will get in touch with the family and let you know what happens.

Best wishes.

Barbara and Gemma.

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