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Bunting Reunion
Authored by: Anonymous on 05:18AM GMT - Saturday, 07 November 2009

I am a decendant of the Bunting Family - specifically to this branch mentioned. Samuel Bunting (son of William and Mary Bunting) born in Derbyshire on 9/9/1692 and came to America to settle in Darby Pennsylvania would be my Great-great-great-great-great-great Grandfather.  I have in my possession a HUGE Bunting genelogical chart that was drawn by Morgan Bunting in 1895. I have some extremely old photographs (some on metal plates)  that I am trying to figure who the family members are for record keeping. I would love help if anyone as any answers. The branches would be - Samuel and Sarah Bunting ----> Samuel Bunting (1762 - 1807) - Hannah Hunt -----> John Bunting - Martha Heacock (married 1810)  ------> Jesse D. Bunting - Lucy Antrim (the photos could start in this era ) ------> Lewis Bunting - Sarah Pearce  (besides Lewis, they had Franklin Bunting, Laura Bunting (which my great Aunt thinks is a woman in some of the photos), Martha Bunting, John Bunting)-----> Lowella Bunting - Calvin Webster Amos -----> Gladys Amos (my paternal grandmother). If anyone is from this branch, please email me at Thanks! 

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