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Other Genealogy Sites
A to Z Links at ABCgenealogy.com (947)
A lot of useful genealogy links
Ancestry Connections - Surname Registry (675)
This site is to help online genealogists contribute data and find data on specific surnames.Ancestry Connections does not have connections to the names submitted to this site.
Antigua Bunting 1728 (640)
Baptisms Parish of St. Peter
10 ? 1728 SARAH daughter of ROBERT BUNTING and BRIDGET his wife.
Australian Cemeteries with Buntings (671)
This link has transcripts and images of headstones in a lot of country New South Wales, Australia cemeteries....including a number of BUNTINGs
Bucks County PA - Land and Deeds (734)
Some early Buntings mentioned.
Colonial Families of Philadelphia (1,120)
This file contains a part of the every name index to "Colonial Families
in Philadelphia", edited by John W. Jordan, published by Lewis Publishers
of New York in 1911 in 2 volumes.
Distant Cousin Genealogy (572)
DistantCousin is an online archive of genealogy records and scanned images of historical documents from a wide variety of sources, such as newspaper obituaries, city directories, census records, ship lists, school yearbooks, military records, and more. In all there are more than 6 million genealogy records from over 1,500 sources online. There are no fees or memberships required to use the records at DistantCousin.
Donaghadee Parish Headstones (537)
This photo-catalogue of the memorials in Donaghadee Parish, Co. Down, N.Ireland, is intended for family historians. It includes most pre-1900 memorials, but I can never be certain of having them all.
Encyclopedia of Genealogy (404)
Dick Eastman has created The Encyclopedia of Genealogy were you can look up references to the techniques and tools of genealogy. If you are stuck on a term or have a `how to' question this site
is a great starting point. It provides explanations of terms found in genealogy research, including obsolete medical and legal terms.
You can add to his list or edit data already on the list, similar to Wikipedia. Over time this will become one of the most sought after sites for
genealogists when they need answers to genealogy related questions.
Please note: It is not a place where you can look for John Doe. There are enough sites already for researching people. This site is strictly for genealogy terms, techniques and tools.
Find a Grave (601)
Many Bunting graves especially in USA and Australia.
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