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My Ancestors "The Buntings of Erie and Crawford County, PA"

Samuel Bunting and his wife Septama (Cowgill) Bunting, in company with Jonah Cowgill (Septama's brother), moved by ox-cart from Bucks County, Pennsylvania to Le Bouef Township, Erie County in northwestern Pennsylvania about 1797.

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Quainton, BKM, UK Aug. 2005

We have a number of Members with Quainton, BKM interests so whilst this notice is obviously commercial I hope that it will be of interest too in providing background material for their family history. My thanks to Stan Cook for drawing it to my attention

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Christopher Evelyn Bunting MBE, Obituary.

The Daily Telegraph for August 10th, 2005, in its obituary section has an article about the life of the cellist, Christopher Bunting and who died on July 28th, 2005 following a long illness.

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Asheboro, North Carolina - A Bunting Wedding in 1846

This is an 1846 wedding picture and it was found in 1996 by Solomon's granddaughter, 150 years old when found.

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Another Bunting Reunion in the USA

Re-union for descendants of Solomon and Louisa Smith Bunting
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New Member Introduction

I'm very new to family history research, but I'm gradually finding my way around. I was delighted to discover (and join) The Bunting Society
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Diamond Wedding Aniversary - George and Mabel Bunting.

Congratulaions to our President, George Bunting and his wife Mabel, who celebrated their Diamond wedding anniversary on Thursday, March 10th.

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Inventive Bunting

Trevor Baylis, inventor of the clockwork radio, has set up an organisation to help other, especially young, budding inventors. His partner in this enterprise, who is said to have the financial and commercial know-how is one David Bunting.
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Buntings in a Book - A Review.

For those Members of the Society with Hertfordshire, UK interests from 1925 onwards, there is a book titled- A Century Remembered, A Celebration of the Millennium in Little Gaddesden -, which is well worth browsing or reading, particularly if you have Buntings in the village after 1925.

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Obituary, Group Capt. "Mac" Bunting

Almost a half page of the obituary columns in the Daily Telegraph of Friday, November 26th, 2004 described the career of Group Captain Malcolm "Mac" Bunting.
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