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Another Bunting Reunion in the USA
Authored by: Laverne Bunting Hayes on 08:27PM UTC - Tuesday, 26 April 2005
This is from my cousin Michael Bunting in Albemarle, NC (45 mi from Charlotte). Phillip Bunting is our new vice president of our reunion who lives in West Jefferson (in the mountains of NC). He descends from William Bunting d. 1827 and Abigail______, died after 1860. Solomon Bunting 1822-1889 and Louisa Smith Bunting 1827-1909 Alson Gray Bunting 1847-1919 and Elizabeth Jane Coltrane 1850-1932 Solomon Moody Bunting and Flossie Jones I have met his brother, Paul Bunting, who lives in Kentucky and his sister Becky who lives in Pennsylvania. I will go thru the newsletter to send info on others. The 22nd Bunting Family Reunion was held Saturday, April 16 at Cedar Grove Community Center, 6 miles west of Asheboro, NC. 70 attended. A short business meeting was held and a new president and VP were nominated. President: Robert Wright, Asheboro Bob descends from Solomon thru daughter Elizabeth Jane Bunting. Vice Pres: Phillip Bunting, West Jefferson, NC. Phil descends from Solomon Bunting thru 1st son Alson Gray Bunting. Gary Waisner, descendant of Solomon thru 1st son Alson Gray Bunting, was outgoing president who led the meeting in song and prayer. Flowers were given to the oldest: Preston Shaw, 95, descendant of Solomon's daughter, Elizabeth Jane Bunting, and Ila Bunting Hamilton, 88, descendant of Solomon's 3rd son Jonathan Worth Bunting. Toy ducks and candy were given to the youngest girl and boy: Avery James LeGlue, descendant of Solomon's 3rd son, Jonathan Worth Bunting, and his sister, Laura Elise LeGlue. LaVerne Bunting Hayes, a descendant of Solomon's 5th son, Samuel Franklin Bunting, gave a brief history of the family and displayed Bunting Archives items and many old family picturees and of Bunting Field, our ancestral home in Derbyshire, England. All enjoyed good food and fellowship.

A Bunting In England!
Authored by: Anonymous on 06:43PM UTC - Saturday, 13 June 2009

Hello

My name is Philip Bunting, I live in London, England and I have just stumbled across your site by accident and I am now throughly intrigued! I would really like to find out more about my family name and the fact that it has it's own society! Please e-mail back with any further details you may have

Thank you I l;ook forward to hearing from you

Another Bunting Reunion in the USA
Authored by: Anonymous on 06:46AM UTC - Thursday, 27 August 2009

Hello, I am Charles Henry Hughes IV. My Grandfather was Herman Allen Bunting and my Great Grandfather was James Alson Bunting. My mother Cynthia Bunting Williamson has been to 2 reunions before with my Grandfather Herman Bunting in Asheboro before his death but I did not get to go. I am trying to find out how to get info on my family and maybe a family tree? My email is henrynchlt@yahoo.com . Do I have to join this site??

Another Bunting Reunion in the USA
Authored by: Jerry Green on 09:03AM UTC - Thursday, 27 August 2009

Charles, i have replied to you by e-mail. We have your family tree on this web site going back to Derbyshire, England.

If you join the Bunting Society you will have access to all this information.

Our present subscription is only £6 a year or £60 for life (£6 is about $10 at present).

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Jerry Green Society Webmaster.

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