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.
Hi, I am looking for any information on Hannah Bunting born approx 1870 (I believe in Ashover, Derbyshire). I have a sampler Hannah stitched from Ashover in 1884, so I know that she was in this area then. Hannah went on to marry George Heathcote in Keighley York in 1891.
I am looking for a Bunting reunion for any of the four sons (Samuel, William, John, or Job) of Anthony Bunting (1600-1799) who came to New Jersey and Pennsylvania in the latter part of the 17th century.
Dear Buntings: I am interested to know if anyone has come across a family coat of arms of shield related to the Bunting name. If so, I would be grateful for any information at chbunting(at)btinternet.com.
I was very pleased to discover that the Old Bailey has an on-line database containing photographs and transcripts of its ledgers minuting the criminal court's proceedings from 1674-1913. It is free to access and has a superb search engine. I found it really helpful. If you have relatives who might have been found guilty or not guilty there go and have a look or if you are feeling inquisitive simply type in Bunting and look at them all. You can find it at http://www.oldbaileyonline.org/