Source for: William Bunting, 1723 - 1807 Index
Death source: S4
Page: p. 63
Text: Picture of her tombstone was taken in 1960 by J. H. Bunting in the Church
Yard of Quainton Church, Quainton, Buckinghamshire, England; gives dates
of 1731-1817. Rectory gives internment of 22 Oct 1817 in Quainton Church
yard, Quainton, England.General Source: S5
Note: Janet Flowers submitted William Bunting, AFN 1Q25-14F, b. 1723, Tiffield, Northampton, and died 1807 Quainton, Buckinghamshire, England. She also submitted Jane Harris, AFN 1Q25-15M, born 1731 Hardingstone, Northampton, and died 1818, Quainton. She also gave their marriage date as 6 Feb 1756 in Quainton.General Source: S111
Note: Someone had his work done for born abt 1723, Tiffield, Northampton and died 1807 in Quainton, Buckinghamshire, England. They also had William Bunting and Jane Harris, married 6 Feb 1756 in Quainton, Buckinghamshire, England, sealed on 30 Mar 2001 in the Ogden Temple. (2) Probably Parlie Hocking had his William's ordinances completed in 1988-89, listing him as born 1724 in England: baptism on 22 Apr 1988, endowment on 12 Oct 1988, both in the Jordan River Temple where he also had him sealed on 26 Jan 1989 to Mrs. Jane Bunting.General Source: S4
Page: p. 62 also p 121
Text: The birthpalce of William (#8) is unknown- but was possibly Northampshire, as William and Jane resided there as late as 1766. Both their two girls were named Mary and died in infancy. These two girls and John Bunting are only known children of William and Jane Bunting. Information 1966 by Mr. J.H. Bunting of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio to Mrs. J.W. Lamb.
Mr. J.H. Bunting obtained this information personally while in England in 1960. The information on William and Jane Bunting was taken from the Ancient French Norman Abby locateed at Tiffield, Northampshire, England- when they lived there up to at least 1776 and perhaps agg during that little misunderstnading between General Washington and King George It is in the Abbe de al Pre (translated into English means "The Abbey of teh Prarie". Note: Mr. J.H. Bunting speaks French, German, Spanish, and reads ancient Greek and Latin.
Source for: Jane Harris, 1731 - 1817 Index
Burial source: S4
Page: p. 63
Text: In 1960 J. H. Bunting took a picture of Jane's tombstone next to her husband William Bunting in the Quainton Church yard, Quainton, Buckinghamshire, England. Also tombstones for John Bunting and wife Elizabeth Anstiss were in same section.General Source: S5
Source for: William R. Houston, ABT 1826 - Index
Birth source: S202
Note: Mary lived with William R. Houston in 1850 census of Greene Co., Ark. She lived with her daughter Rebecca, wife of James Lamb, in 1860 census of Greene Co., Ark. So William R. Houston probably moved between these two censuses.
Text: William R. Houston, Jr. b. ca. 1826 AL; (Administered his father's will in Lauderdale Co., AL); moved with his mother and married sisters to Greene Co., AR. He purchased and sold land in Greene Co., AR from 1 Mar 1855 thru 1 May 1860, but didn't show up on the 1860 Census for Greene Co., AR. I have not been able to locate him on any 1860 Census in AR. I don't know what happened to him.Birth source: S205
Page: Probate Minute Book A, p. 67.
Note: The will and inventory of Ross Houston, dated 15 July 1848, makes William R. Houston the administrator and gives as legatees names in final settlement Mary Houston, widow; William R. Houston; James Houston; heirs of David Houston; Anny Houston; Rebecca Houston; children of Jane Indman; and Mary Houston. Will probated Dec 1850.
Date: Dec 1850Birth source: S5
Note: This gives his birth about 1826 in ,Madison, Alabama.General Source: S206
Note: William was the administrator of his father's estate in Lauderdale Co., Ala.
Text: The court records name seven children, including William R. Houston, Jr.
Source for: James Monroe Houston, 10 Mar 1814 - ABT 1857 Index
General Source: S206
Text: Will and inventory of Ross Houston names seven children, including James.
Date: Dec 1850