John Clarke Panton Bunting, my Great grandfather, lived in Jamaica in the 1800 and had two sons, John Clarke Panton Bunting Jr. and Charles Panton Bunting. John Bunting Snr. was married to a Ms. Panton, whose family had a Plantation with slaves, which John Bunting snr. and his family had been fighting to abolish. When the abolishion of slaves took place in Jamaica. John Bunting Snr. gave the slaves the name Panton and Bunting then there was this arrange that thereafter, no Bunting was to marry or get involve with a Panton, because they were descendants of Slaves. This was in Portland, Jamaica in a district called Manchioneal, a part of the Bunting Estate is still there as a tourist area, called Ras Craig. It is not known, who now owns it. Other parts of the property is occupied by other persons who have the Bunting name and the Panton Name (they are said to be the descendants of the slaves released from Mr. Buntings plantation). John Bunting Jr. is the father of my grandmother, Mrs. Dorrie Bunting Simpson. John Bunting Snr. later relocated to Boston, Ma of the USA. Charles Panton Bunting (Or Uncle Charlie as my grandmother called him died). John Bunting Jr. visited countries such as Cuba, where it is said that he had a son, called Juan, Panama and Barbados/Bahamas. If anyone identifies with these names and story, I would sure love to here your feedback or follow-up.