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Bunting in Terrington

I've traced a line back to Frances Bunting, born c.1829 in Terrington, Norfolk.
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Buntain

Would love to hear from anyone that has connections to my illusive Buntain Family:

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FFHSs NEWSFLASH

The Society has just received its copy, no. 72b, of the NEWSFLASH. It occured to me that rather than wait for the Journal Editor or me to read it and extract items that you might wish to have your own copy. I down loaded the procedure for doing this from the Federation Web Site.

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Jeanne Buntings 'Why Can't I Find Them'

Some of the suggestions and tips that Jeanne gave, in her very informative talk at Tissington last October, were of immense value.
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FFHSs NEWS: Has the ITV Takeover Affected the Online, UK, 1901 Census Service?

You will already be aware that QinetiQ recently sold its rights as licensee for the UK 1901 census online to Friends Reunited. It was confirmed today that ITV has bought Friends Reunited, and with it the right to operate the UK 1901 census service.

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Quainton Parish Register CD of B,M and D 1599-1900.

Our contact in Quainton, Stan Cook, has kindly forwarded the following extract from his Parish Magazine.

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William, With Nelson at Trafalgar

Whilst browsing on The National Archives, UK, site I inevitably searched for the surname Bunting and I was pleasantly surprised that Marine, Private William Bunting appeared on the screen.

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FFHS-NEWS, A petition from the UK National Council on Archives

Society Members, both in the UK and Overseas, are invited to complete the petition form available on the web site link given below. In the line for "Organisation" fill with The Bunting Society for "Position" fill in with Member.

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Do You Have Royal Connections?

Shine Limited, a TV production company are looking for people who think they may have a royal or aristocratic connection in their family tree.

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FFHS News - Civil Registration Modernisation.

Ministers and the Registrar General have since agreed that changes to the governance arrangements should be subject to consultation.

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