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Where did they go after 1891
Authored by: Miss Rosemary Bunting on 10:36AM BST - Monday, 01 June 2009

Dear Michael

Thank you for your email. Mary Rix phoned me last night and gave my information about my family going back to the 1600s. Of course the big mystery is what happed to Josph Bunting during 1901. I have contacted a cousin Molly who was the daughter of my father's sister Rose who married Bill Yeomans. Unfortunately, she couldn't shed any light on the matter.

So it seems I have some detective work to do. I will be visiting Stoke on Trent next year, when I retire, so maybe I can get some information from local records.

Mary asked me send photos, so I will do this via email.

Yours truly

Rosemary Bunting

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