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Old Postcard

Colin Buck is a professional collector of postcards in the UK and the Society is on his distribution list to be notified when any bearing the surname Bunting or its variants come into his possession. He currently charges 1 for each plus package and posting.

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John Feast Bunting

It is sometimes useful being moderately extrovert and thus becoming known to most of the people at a family history conference.

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From the Antipodes

Attention Ms. Prue James, An extraordinary coincidence from the antipodes.

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Quainton Bunting Information

Stan Cook, who lives in Quainton, Buckinghamshire UK recently wrote to me about his village web site http://www.quainton.net

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Basil Bunting

My daughter (Charlotte Bunting Floyd) has a friend who vacationed in Durham, England, and found a postcard with the picture of Basil Bunting, poet.
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1851 Stray, Durham to Sheffield.

My thanks to John Bailey of Sheffield for this snippet. (I met John at the Federation Conference at the end of August which we each thoroughly enjoyed from the point of view of the accomodation at Loughborough University, the excellent food and unexpectedly good talks belying their subject titles.)

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A shy lot

Where is everybody? I don't seem to be getting very far with the Bunting family. I did find a marriage between Mahala Evans and Thomas Bunting 29 December 1841 Doveridge, Derby. Mahala's parents were John and Ann Evans. Mahala was baptised 20 February 1808 in Doveridge.
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FONS

The half day meeting shown in the "Events" for September 18th will have a talk decribing what it is in full.

You still want to know more about it because you can't attend?

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Journal of One Name Studies

The Goons have just issued the July-September Qtr,2004 edition. It contains articles on the following topics:- One-name studies without a computer: Intelligent searching of 1837 online.com: The Oxford Seminar about DNA as well as many more smaller articles and readers comments.
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Half Day Regional Meeting DBY & STS

A half day, Regional meeting, for Derbyshire and Staffordshire Guild members, is planned for Saturday, September 18th, 2004 at the Priory Centre, Stretton, near Burton on Trent. Talks about the Guild and the FONS organisation will be given and the afternoon concludes with a question and answer session. For more detail contact Ron Duckett, through me, by selecting my name above.

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