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MY KILLING COUSIN.

The UK, Sunday Times, News Review for February 19th, 2006, has a two page article beginning on the front page and is a precis of a book to be published on March 2nd, 2006 titled "The Crippling Disadvantage of a Happy Irish Childhood" by author Walter Ellis.

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Quainton Buntings On The Move.

The issue of the Buckinghamshire Ancestor Family History Journal for December 1994 had an item that was collected by Roy Hurst from a newspaper, The Windsor and Eton Express, UK, dated 3rd April 1830. It reported that Mr Bunting of Quainton, plus his family, was emigrating to the USA.

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Bunting born in Whitewill, Norfolk, England

Hello, I'm looking for anybody who is researching Bunting.

My Mary Ann Bunting was a Widow when she married George Wareham 23-5-1879 at Rockhampton, Queensland. Australia.She was 28 years old and born in 1851.

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Belper Buntings

I have traced my tree back to Samuel Bunting, born in Belper in 1810, to parents James and Mary.
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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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John Robert Alexander Bunting

Does anyone have information on John Robert Alexander Bunting who was, I think born in UK but was married in New Zealand and had a son in about 1881 - John Stewart Wellington Bunting born in about 1881 in Balcairn, Canterbury, NZ.
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Buntings in Wednesbury/Walsall

Hi,

I have got my tree to a William Bunting born 1814 Walsall, from birth certificates & census information 1851 onwards.

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Buntings in Portland Jamaica

John Clarke Panton Bunting, my Great -Great grandfather, lived in Jamaica in the 1800 and had two sons, John Clarke Panton Bunting Jr. and Charles Panton Bunting.

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Edwin Brooks Bunting

Hi
Has anyone information on the parents of Edwin Brooks Bunting, known as Don.
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