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St Nicholas is located in the centre of New Romney. Built in the 12th century by the Normans with some Gothic additions at the east end. It has a large and attractive exterior, with a stout tower that once overlooked the harbour and still bears scars from the great storm of 1287.
48 - Back Cover. St Nicholas New Romney.
05:29AM BST - Friday, 23 October 1998
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47 - The Quaker meeting house, Brigflatts, near Sedbergh in Cumbria, where Basil Bunting visited as a schoolboy and which influenced his writing of "Briggflatts".
07:56PM BST - Friday, 26 April 2013
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46 - Back Cover. The house in Pickering, Ontario, occupied in the 19th century by Brereton Bunting.
05:30PM BST - Monday, 15 October 2012
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Views of St Leonard's Church, Old Warden.
45 - Back Cover
07:12PM BST - Thursday, 19 April 2012
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Buckden Towers, which is close to the Bunting Society's 2011 Annual Gathering Venue, is documented in the Domesday Book of around 1100AD, when the Cambridgeshire village 'was held by the Bishop of Lincoln for the King'.
44 - Back Cover
05:29PM GMT - Monday, 19 December 2011
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The church of St. Mary's, Stockport.
42 - Back cover
08:08PM BST - Friday, 01 October 2010
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The church of St John the Baptist, Clowne, Derbyshire, stands on an ancient ridgeway and dates from Norman times with it's fine south doorway and chancel arch of that period. It was partially rebuilt in the Early English and Perpendicular periods. The Norman chancel was rebuilt and enlarged in 1955 when two side chapels were added, one being a miner's chapel dedicated to those who lost their lives in the coal mines.
41 - Back Cover
02:35PM BST - Monday, 19 April 2010
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St. Michael's Church, Alsop - en - le - Dale
39 - Back Cover
04:55PM BST - Sunday, 17 May 2009
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Lexden Road House, probably the childhood home of Isaac Bunting. Members to find his tree on the website search for Franklin in the ESS Copford tree.
38 - Back Cover
09:26PM GMT - Thursday, 04 December 2008
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Wedding card of Isaac Henry Bunting & Annie May Treen 12th August 1903
37 - Back Cover
09:42PM BST - Saturday, 14 June 2008
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Keywords: Burton-on-Trent
The back cover photograph is of Highams in Goldhanger, Essex. It was the family home of one branch of the Bunting family who descend from Thomas Bunting of Tolleshunts in Tolleshunt D'Darcy. The Goldhanger connection seems to have started with the marriage of John Bunting to Sarah Wakelin in 1881. The house seems to have been in the hands of descendants of this couple ever since. There is a branch of the Bunting family farming in Goldhanger to this day.
10 - Back Cover
03:01PM GMT - Wednesday, 07 March 2007
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The church on the back cover is the parish church of Long Buckby in Northamptonshire, to where numerous Bunting family lines can be traced, including that researched by Joan and John McMillan (see page 2 and the relevant tree on pages 10-11).
31 - Back Cover
06:02PM BST - Saturday, 16 June 2007
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