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Buntings in Birmingham and Bradford
Authored by: Anonymous on 01:36AM UTC - Monday, 26 April 2004

The site has not recognised my name or password for some reason so, I am typing this for the second time.

This is a treasure of a find, I can see you are descended from the gentry. A lot of our ancestors struggled just to survive and their children had a very bleak future. Very few could read or write and often travelled miles looking for any sort of work.

Buntings in Birmingham and Bradford
Authored by: Jerry Green on 07:58PM UTC - Friday, 17 December 2004

I have received two responses from Australia on this article and I would love to hear more.

It appears that Jonathan Craven Bunting was the Bunting in the firm "Cliff & Bunting" Agricultural Engineers In Melbourne.

On this link you can see models of one of their products from 1902

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Buntings in Birmingham and Bradford
Authored by: Jerry Green on 10:37PM UTC - Monday, 10 January 2005
The story of finding and restoring a Cliff & Bunting engine can be found here

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