|Buckinghamshire Yeomanry (Royal Bucks Hussars)||75827||1/1st Battalion|
|Royal Army Service Corps||R/382072|
1918 Voters List
Walter Bunting, Robin Hood, absent on military service.
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.
Medal Roll Index Card
Walter Edward BUNTING 1/1st Bucks Yeomanry Private 75827 and RASC R/382072
Awarded the Victory and British War Medals.
1939 Register: Wirksworth area
Walter Bunting b.11 January 1888; wood machinist
Bertha Bunting b.27 September 1893; hosiery overlooker
Walter E Bunting married Bertha Reeds in 1926 December qtr (Bakewell reg district)
On the RASC medal rolls another Crich Parish man (James Stanley Lee) is listed on the same page as Walter, only a few regumental numbers removed.
Both transferred into the RASC on the same day; many men clearly transferred to the RASC from cavalry regiments in March 1918.
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|
Walter Bunting's brother George Bunting is also on the Roll of Honour.