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Job Bunting Family

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Re: Job Bunting Family

Posted: 1277359878000
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Surnames: Bunting, Barton, Pierce, Ebbott
I am not related to this family, however I am forwarding the following newspaper articles.
Capital Times
July 18, 1940
Page 20
Stoughton Wis. - Amos G. Bunting, 71, well-known life long resident of Albion Prairie, died Wednesday afternoon at the Memorial hospital in Edgerton after a 10 day's illness with pneumonia.
Mr. Bunting, was born March 14, 1869 in the town of Albion and had lived their all of his life. He was married June 7, 1897 to Margaret Marsden who survives him together with one daughter, Vidamae. Miss Bunting teaches in the Oshkosh high school.
Other survivors are two brothers, Joseph Bunting, Redwood Falls, Minn. and Isaac, of Edgerton and a sister, Mrs. D.W. Whitlet, Redwood Falls, Minn.
Funeral services under the direction of E.J. Kjelseth will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. at the Primitive Methodist Church in Albion Prairie with the Rev. A. Tippins, pastor of the church, officiating. Burial will be in the Albion Prairie Cemetery.

Capital Times
Oct. 22, 1929
Page 27
Church Women at Albion Plan Event
Albion Prairie - The Albion Prairie Primitive Methodist Church will hold its annual chicken pie dinner in the church parlors at noon on Thursday.
Mrs. Mary Tall, Edgerton and Mrs. Margaret Bunting were guests of Mrs. Lathema Slagg at dinner Thursday. In the afternoon the party drove to Fort Atkinson, Mrs. Gusta Tall accompanying them.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vickers spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Orlow Moen, Cambridge.
Mrs. Roy Marsden spent several days in Racine last week on business.
Miss Gwendolyn Hanson spent the weekend with her aunt, Miss Emma Moen, Koshkonong Prairie.
Mrs. Lucy Pierce spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Amos Bunting.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vickers, Edgerton, were dinner guests aqt the Calder home Sunday.

Wisconsin State Journal
April 5, 1944
Page 4
Marsden Services
Edgerton - Funeral services for Joseph W. Marsden, 74, Sussex, who died Saturday, were to be held today at 1:30 P.M. at the Marshall Funeral Home, Hartland and at 2 p.m. at the Methodist Church, Sussex. The Rev. Wilford Davies was to officiate.
Mr. Marsden was born at Albion Prairie and was graduated from Albion academy. His wife, the former Evan Jane Moyes, Sussex, died in 1939. He operated a seed and fuel company at Sussex.
Survivors include five sisters, Mrs. Pierce, Mrs. Mae Bussey and Mrs. Margaret Bunting, Edgerton; Mrs. Anna Stark, Piedmont, Calif., and Mrs. Viola Tomhave, Evanston, Ill. and a brother, Rolland Marsden, Fullerton, Calif.

Capital Times
April 13, 1923
Page 5
Thomas Barton
Thomas Barton, 79, Civil War veteran and resident of Edgerton, died at Mercy Hospital, Janesville, Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. Two weeks ago he suffered an attach of influenza and was taken to the hospital, where his weakness prevented a mastoid operation that might have saved his life. Several blood transfusions were made without success.
The deceased is survived by five children, Frank Barton and Mrs. Clark Pierce, Somner; George and Myrtle Barton and Mrs. George Bunting, Edgerton.
Mr. Barton was born in England in October 1843, when two years old came with his parents to America where they settled in Albion. In 1865 he was married to Miss Mary Henthill, with whom he moved to Edgerton in 1908. Since that time he has resided continually in Edgerton.

Wisconsin State Journal
Wed., Dec. 29, 1937
Arthur Vickers, Edgerton, Dies
Edgerton -- Arthur Vickers, 78, died at his home Monday. He was born at New Whittington, Derbyshire. England and was married Oct. 31, 1889 to Elizabeth Bunting. He had been in poor health for several years.
He is survived by four sons, Clifford, Russell and Floyd, Edgerton and Harvey, Lake Geneva; one daughter, Rosamond at home; two brothers, Joseph, Mt. Vernon, S.D., and Samuel, Long Beach, Cal., and five grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the home and 2 at the Albion Prairie Church. The Rev. A.G. Tippins officiating. Burial will be in the Albion Prairie Cemetery.

Capital Times
Madison, WI
Wednesday, May 8, 1940
Mrs. Ebbott Dies At Edgerton Home

Edgerton, Wis. -- Mrs. Henry Ebbott, 86, resident here since 1882, died Wednesday at her home. She had been an invalid for the past three years. Her husband, who died many years ago, was an implement dealer here. Mrs. Ebbott was a native of Albion Prairie.
She is survived by one daughter, Mary, and two sons, Willis and Elmer, all of Edgerton; a sister, Mrs.D.W. Whittet of Redwood Falls, Minn., and three brothers, Isaac Bunting, Edgerton, Joseph, Redwood Falls and Amos, Albion.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 2:30 at the Henry Tellefson Funeral Home. Burial will be at Fassett Cemetery.

Wisconsin State Journal
Aug. 16, 1946
Page 5
Mrs. Bunting Rites
Edgerton -- Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret Isabelle Bunting, 74, who died Tuesday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Ida Mae Naplier, Albion Prairie, were to be held today at 1:30 p.m. in the Bunting home in Albion Prairie and at 2 in the Albion Prairie Church. The Rev. Albin Tippins, Ft. Atkinson, was to officiate with burial in the church cemetery.
Survivors include the daughter, Mrs. Napier; three sisters, Mrs. Lucy Pierce and Mrs. Mae Bussey, Edgerton and Mrs. Viola Tomhave, Evanston, Ill., and a brother, Rollin Marsden, Fullerton, Calif.

Wisconsin State Journal
Feb. 5, 1947
Mrs. Bunting Rites
Edgerton -- Funeral services for Mrs. George Bunting, 67, Edgerton, who died Monday after a long illness, will be held at 2 p.m. in the Ruben Tellefson funeral home.The Rev. Douglas O. Anderson of the Methodist church will officiate. Burial will be in the Albion Prairie Cemetery.
Mrs. Bunting was a lifelong Edgerton resident. She was married Mar. 6, 1901 at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barton.
Survivors include her husband; a brother, George Barton, Fulton and two sisters, Mrs. Clark Pierce, Edgerton and Myrtle Barton, Madison.

I would like to send an article, Albion Prairie Church Revives Good Old Days published in 1948. It is quite interesting. I can send it in a PDF format if you will kindly send me your e-mail address to:

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