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Clockmaker

I have just purchased a Grandfather Clock with the name of Jon Bunting Long Buckby inscribed on the face. The clock originally came from England but has made its way to Italy.

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Buntingfields Farm, UK

 

I am contacting  the Society to advise you, and hopefully all of your family members, of the forthcoming sale of Buntingfields Farm, Uppertown, Ashover, near Chesterfield , Derbyshire, UK which we understand is the ancient home of the Buntings dating back to 1638. Members of the family are understood to have emigrated to the US in 1677. The farm also inlcudes an old Quaker burial ground. The sales particulars are available on our web site 

 

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Dartford Bunting Family

Ashen Essex Bunting.

Robert Bunting b 15/10/1876- died Ashford Hospital 13/10/1952, he was my grandfathers oldest brother, born in Ashen, service with the Suffolk Regiment, believed to have held the rank of Sergeant, settled in Ashford, Kent.

 

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Andrew Bunting - Lurgan Ireland 1800's

Hi,

The above Andrew Pickering was a great great grand father of mine. He married Jane Pickering on 17 Feb 1856 at Shankill C of I church.

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Buntains of Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire

I am looking for information about the Buntains of Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire.

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Warrant Officer Robert (Bobby) Bunting DFC

Looking for any information/photographs pertaining to RAAF Pilot  Warrant Officer later Pilot Officer later Flying Officer Bobby Bunting. Awarded Deistinguished Flying Cross and US Distinguished Flying Cross. Serial # 409075

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Malcom Knowles

Whilst the obituary is not a normal item of information we normally print on the web page, Laverne Bunting Hayes , an American Member, rightly has drawn our attention to the matter Malcom dealt with on behalf of our Society, which only she knew about.

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21st Annual Gathering and AGM

Join us to explore the roots, lives and times of the Buntings and to discover the beauty of Cheshire.

When? Saturday 9th October 2010

Where? Abbey Gate College, Saighton, near Chester, Cheshire, CH3 6EN. See map on this link.

Who is it for? All are welcome! You do not have to be a member of The Bunting Society.

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Bonsall

I am looking for anyone who can trace their Bunting family to Bonsall, Derbyshire. Apparently there were 28 Bunting families in Bonsall in the 19th century.  I am looking for the ancestors of Benjamin Bunting born around 1810.

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Found ! Samuel B. b. 1846

Samuel and wife Mary Ann Barber sailed to Rockhampton , Queensland in the Alexandrina as free passengers.  Sadly, Samuel died childless (as far as I can ascertain) in 1879, and Mary Ann remarried in the same year to one George Wareham, who had survived an horrendous voyage in the "Suffolk"in 1874 during which many infants died, including one of his own; (nearly 13 % of infants died during the voyage according to research), only to lose his wife in 1878, after the loss of another two of his children. I am nearly sure that another of Samuel snr and Mary Ann Bird's sons , John, travelled out to Queensland and dies there in 1944.

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