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  • A Bunting Murderer (2,095)
    A Bunting convicted for eleven murders
  • A Bunting Will (520)
    A Bunting will from 1823 in South Carolina.
  • Basil Bunting Poetry Centre (802)
    The Basil Bunting Poetry Centre in the University of Durham fosters study and research on Northumbrian poet Basil Bunting, and on poets associated with him through the region, or on the modernist/post modernist tradition. The Centre also continues to promote the practice of "live" poetry reading which Bunting championed, and gives support to the development of the Basil Bunting Poetry Archive in the University Library.
  • Brighton Open Air theatre (277)
    This is all about my son, Adrian Bunting, who died almost 2 years ago, whose vision for an Open Air Theatre in Brighton ( BOAT) has come to fruition. The opening night is 9th May. You can read his story at the reference above or on Facebook.
  • Bunting Ace (677)
    Stanton William Bunting an Ace in the First World war
  • Bunting Family Historic Cemetery in Texas (741)
    This cemetery was established in 1873 four miles west of Moulton, Texas.
  • Bunting Fish Farm in Jamaica (993)
    Donnie Bunting got the inspiration for his fish farm in Jamaica from a 1978 visit to a red telapia farm in Florida that had been introduced to him by a US peace corps worker in Jamaica
  • Bunting Pioneers (468)
    Members of the Bunting family emigrated from England to America in the 17th century and settled in New England. John Antrim Bunting was born about 1801 in New Jersey and grew up to be a successful building constructor. He married Evelina Mitchell in 1854 and they had two sons, John Antrim and James Mitchell. John, Sr. died of a heart attack July 7, 1860. The two sons were educated in New York and came to Centerville (then spelled Centreville) with their mother, Evelina, in 1876.
  • Peter Bunting MP (845)
    The Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ) has confirmed that Comrade Peter Bunting is the Member of Parliament Elect for Central Manchester, after official recounting of the ballot boxes for the constituency ended this evening.
  • William Bunting Killed (1,164)
    Wingate Grange Colliery, Durham
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