The Society aims to collect, collate and disseminate ALL information concerning the surname BUNTING and its variants from all sources worldwide. The Bunting Society was started at an informal gathering on 23rd September 1989 at Alpheton Village Hall in Suffolk, England. Sixteen people interested in the name BUNTING met as a result of a letter in the East Anglian Daily Times written by Christine Grayson-Toms. Since then our membership has grown steadily. Our Constitution can be seen here.
- you never know, we may already have your family tree! Membership is open to all who have a genuine interest in the name BUNTING and its variants. There are many variations on the name - here are a few we've come across:
Buntyng, Bunton, Buntin, Buntain, Buntaine, Buntine, Buntyne, Bonteine, Bontine, Bountine, Bunten
Contact us to see if the name you're interested in is included. Membership is open to all who have a genuine interest in the name BUNTING and its variants.
Why not contact us now - you never know we may already have your family tree.
We subscibe to the Guild of One-Name Studies.
We are member No. F107 of the Federation of Family History Societies
Benefits of membership include:
Subscriptions are due annually on 1st January at a rate determined by the Committee and confirmed at the A.G.M.
Apply for Membership by selecting "Apply to Join Us" .
"Gone A-Hunting" - the official journal of the Bunting Society - is published twice-yearly - Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter.
Copies of all articles that have been published are being added to this website but they are only accessible to Society Members.
The Annual Gathering
An Annual Gathering is held in South-East England every Autumn for all those interested in the name BUNTING and its variants. Members and their families are welcome to attend on that day.
The Bunting Society