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Martha Kennell nee Bunting, c1803-1853

Can anyone help me trace Martha's ancestry, please?  She was born at Watford NTH (adjacent to Long Buckby, a known Bunting "hub") about 1803 according to the 1851 census, and marrried my great-great-grandfather James Kennell (aka Kinning, Kenning) at Piddington NTH on 24.10.1825.  She had been baptised as an adult at Piddington on 22.2.1825, parents Joseph (labourer) and Mary Bunting of Hackleton (then part of Piddington parish).  Although James' abode was given as Daventry NTH, he was a native of Long Buckby and the couple were back there by 1828, some of their children being baptised at the parish church and others at the Independent church.  James died of consumption in 1845, and the 1851 Long Buckby census states Martha to be a pauper working as a shoe-binder.  After James' death, she appears to have joined the Baptist church in Long Buckby.  She died of enteritis aged 50 on 15.12.1853.

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Further Details

Hi,

Thanks to the Bunting Society & it's family tree's I was able to locate myself and my family on the STS Tatenhill Tree. So now I have all the names and dates I wondered if anybody knew of any further details, such as stories and possiblily photos to go with this family or point me in the direction of where I could search myself?

Any help much appreciated.

Thanks

Laura Bunting

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Bunting Family Tree

How would I go about discovering the history of the Bunting Family Tree from the UK ?

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Improved Genealogy Tool on this Web Site

 The research tool, in Family Trees, is now very easy to use and even links to the new FamilySearch.org web site. On some of the sites you need to pay to access the search results.

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Trimdon Buntings

Are there any descendants of Samuel,Anthony and George Bunting coal miner at Trimdon,Durham in 1901? There were also three daughters of Samuel, Frances 18 in 1901,Martha 17 in 1901 and Clara 5 in 1901.

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Bunting Footballer

Is Richard Bunting ex Captain of Long Buckby Football Club who has joined Kings Lynn Town for next season a member of the Long Buckby Buntings?

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Arthur Bunting of Belper

 Hi, I've just found this site and hope that someone out there can help me.  My bunting ancestors are a bit of an enigma.  My great grandfather was Arthur Bunting, 

 

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23rd Annual Gathering and AGM

Join us this year in Cambridgeshire for the Bunting Society Annual Gathering. Everyone is most welcome. You do not need to be a member to attend. We look forward to seeing you!
 

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family link

Hello I have just started looking for my mothers family born Bunting 96yrs ago 1916. Her father died in 1917 at sea during the war, and knows nothing of him or his family.

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Bunting Emigrants to Australia

 Whilst looking for a relative of mine, who was transported to Australia, I came across some Buntings who were transported.

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