|Buckinghamshire Yeomanry (Royal Bucks Hussars)||75827||1/1st Battalion|
|Royal Army Service Corps||R/382072|
Walter was born and raised in the parish of Wirksworth, at Homesford. The family later moved to Robin Hood, Whatstandwell. During the war, he served with the 1/1st Royal Bucks Hussars. In 1926; December qtr (Bakewell reg district), he married Bertha Reeds. Walter worked as a wood machinist and lived at Longway Bank and Cromford. His brother Walter is on the Roll of Honour.
Medal Roll Index Card
Walter Edward BUNTING 1/1st Bucks Yeomanry Private 75827 and RASC R/382072
Awarded the Victory and British War Medals.
Derbyshire Courier, 2 August 1919
CRICH, LEA, AND HOLLOWAY
Sapper Charles Greenhough of Whatstandwell, who has been serving with the RFA for about four years mostly in Palestine and Egypt arrived home a few day ago. It is over three years and a half since he was on leave. Pte Walter Bunting of Robin Hood, Whatstandwell, has also arrived home.
Walter Bunting's brother George Bunting is also on the Roll of Honour.
1901: Gregory's Tunnel, Holloway
|George||Bunting||son||14||Stone mason apprentice||Wirksworth|
|George Arnold||Bunting||son||24||Stone mason||Wirksworth|
|Walter Edward||Bunting||son||23||Machinist, wood sawyer||Wirksworth|
|Elsie||Bunting||daughter||17||Folder Lea Mills||Wirksworth|
1918 Voters List
Walter Bunting, Robin Hood, absent on military service.
1939 Register: Wirksworth area
Walter Bunting b.11 January 1888; wood machinist
Bertha Bunting b.27 September 1893; hosiery overlooker