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James Bunting, Sr.

The following can be found in "A History of Edwards County, Illinois Volume One 1980"

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Arriving in America

All five sons of John and Elizabeth Anstiss Bunting of Quainton, Buckinghamshire County, England, emigrated to the United States during the 1830's. 

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Bunting Clock Makers.

In searching through my various family history notebooks for a Yorkshire talk I am due to write up I came across a page of a book from the 4th March 2000 written in the Guildhall Library.

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John A. Bunting

I have a deed signed by John A Bunting,builder,selling a tract of land in New York to Moses Lenghi in 1841, the land lies at Thomas Burlings' Lane .
rgds,Dirk Rasschaert,from Belgium.
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MoonWalk 2006

Congratulations to Tina Bunting of Northwood, UK for participating in this charity walk on the night of May 20th.

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The Sheffield Flood

A colleague from the London Group of Yorkshire Family History Societies, UK drew my attention to a web site on which there are a number of Bunting individuals (15) who submitted damage claims following the unexpected breach of Dale Dyke Dam, Bradfield, on March 11th 1864, which flooded the Loxley and Don Valleys including the low lying parts of Sheffield, Yorkshire, UK.

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Workhouse Records

My thanks to Mike Spencer who reported the incidence of a Bakewell, Derbyshire, UK, Bunting.

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Bunting Heritage Destroyed in Darby PA

16th December 2005 was a bad day for Bunting heritage in the USA.
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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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