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John Bunting (1836-1919) and his wife Sarah Bunting ( nee Allen) and their 10 children outside Tower House in Hunstanton which now has a heritage plaque on it saying John Bunting lived here.

John Bunting (1836-1919) and his wife Sarah Bunting ( nee Allen) and their 10 children outside Tower House in Hunstanton which now has a heritage plaque on it  saying John Bunting lived here.
 
 

John and Sarah Bunting with their 10 children outside their house in Hunstanton on the occassion of their golden wedding. They married on 2nd May 1858. See Bunting Story "Heritage Plaque for John Bunting's House" ((August 2008) for further information. John Bunting is the great great great grandson of Charles Bunting who was born in Gayton Thorpe in 1671.

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