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Probate Questionaire - Urgent

The UK Probate (Wills) Service has published a questionaire regarding payment for a copy of the Calendar or the Will itself.

This is particularly relevant to non-UK citizens and for those who live outside the London area..

The official closing date for replies is tomorrow 27th March 2009.

I will ask John Briden to postpone closure until after the weekend so keep sending replies until then just in case they are accepted.

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Memorial found in Skelton Church

Found the following memorial in Skelton Church (near York) while recording MIs
recently....

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Buntings of Little Barrington

Looking for the Bunting family of Gloucestershire. Thomas Bunting married Mary Eden in 1873 in Little Barrington and migrated to the USA shortly after. Thomas may have been born in Warwick in 1848 or1849.

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Bonsall History Project

The Bonsall Project has a very interesting website - click on http://www.bonsallhistory.org.uk/

There is a also a photo gallery on the website which includes old photos of Buntings - click on http://www.bonsallhistory.org.uk/picarchive/archiveintro.html

It looks like a great village in Derbyshire and is probably well worth a visit.

Happy viewing

Tony Bunting

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Joseph Bunting of Bonsall

Hi

I'm trying to find information on Joseph Bunting of Bonsall, who married Ruth Smedley in 1768.  I have the names of their children (Dorothy 1779, Job 1780, Mary 1770, George 1772, Henry 1776, Hannah 1778), but am struggling to find records of Joseph's birth date and parents (so I can't actually get any further back at the moment).  

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Charles Bunting - Norfolk

Does anyone know anything about a Charles Bunting who married Susannah Bramble in 1811 in Oulton, Norfolk?  They spent some time in Cumberland County, North Carolina around 1820 with their son William (b.1808) and then returned to Norfolk.  Charles had died before the 1841 census.

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Bunting Vernal(l) Enquiry

Bunting/ Vernal(l). A New Zealand/Scottish enquiry from Sue Vernall. Can anyone help?

I can direct replies to Sue that are needed beyond our usual "Comment" if needed. (Data protection/Privacy!)

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William Henry Bunting

I am trying to find William Henry Bunting on the 1891 census. He was born in 1870 in Eckington, Chesterfield although other census have shown it as Ridgeway or Carter Hall or Cartrow Lane. In 1881 he was living in Sharlston, Yorkshire with his parents William and Martha. 

 

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Find My Past - A Change of Name

The pay per view commercial site "Find My Past" has changed its name to "Bright Solid". Also the firm has revised its Privacy Policy and the Terms and Conditions for the use of its web site. Each may be found at findmypast.com blog, which explains the changes in detail.

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Wells-next-the-sea, a Norfolk port in busier times

You may well have already seen the photograph of Wells in 1933 in the Times newspaper last week (Thursday January 8 2009 - page 63). It was originally published in the Times on 8 November 1933 and shows the quayside at Wells-next-the-sea when sugarbeet still left the quay for Yorkshire. If you have not seen it already try and look at a copy of the Times in your local library.

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