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Buntings of Drumlin, Magheralin, Co. Down

My grandfather John Bunting (born 1879 at Drumlin) migrated to Australia around 1904 together with 4 brothers - James, Samuel, Thomas & Joseph. A brother Henry migrated to the USA & the eldest brother Alexander and a sister remained in Northern Ireland in the Banbridge area.

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John Bunting Robinson of Nottingham

I am trying to find information on John Bunting Robinson who married Jane Spooner Oct 03 1816 at St Nicholas, Nottingham.

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Lost Bunting

Recently My Mother and I have inherited a book full of poetry writen in the 1st world war. One particular poem stood out from all the rest .... "my pal Jack"

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Distribution of the Surname Bunting

The National Trust has a web site which gives the distribution of surnames in 1881 and 1998. The map below shows distribution of the Bunting surname for 1998. To find out more go to The National Trust Website. It is especially interesting to look at the distribution of all the variants of the Bunting name.

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Obtaining Post 1837 English & Welsh Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates

The cheapest and easiest way to obtain copies of Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates now that the Family Records Centre in London is closed.

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Sheffield built treadle lathe

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I have an old treadle lathe with a makers plate which reads  " J H Bunting    Makers   Sheffield"

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Buntings of Asthall, Oxon

It has happened at last!   I have never had a squeak about my BUNTINGs - Richard b 1828 in Asthall being my first relative.

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Bunting, Sarah - Ireland

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I am attempting to track down some of the family history which relates to Sarah Bunting of Ireland (Ballymena area).
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Cry Baby Bunting

What is this nursery rhyme about?  Who was baby bunting supposed to be?
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Henry Bunting/Henry Humphrey

I would be interested to know whether any members have Henry Humphrey in their family tree.
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