was born at Glossop in late 1849, one of at least three sons of Joshua
Bunting, a shoemaker from Little Moor and Green Vale, Glossop, and his
wife Betty. J.H. Bunting operated a studio from premises at
Street, Glossop Dale at least as early as 1878 (Adamson,
Census night (3 April) 1881
shows Joseph, with wife Sarah Ann and widowed mother, at this address,
presumably in rooms above or behind the shop. Between 1887
his studio was at 103 Victoria Street, where he was shown living with
daughter Florrie (aged 7) and mother, on 5 April 1891. The
again shows him in Glossop with wife and daughter - his mother had died
in early 1898. A Souvenir & Guide for a Bazaar held
Church in 1901 (Courtesy of Graham Hadfield & the Glossop
Centre) contains an advertisement for J.H. Bunting then shown at 83
Street. He was still in business as late as 1912, when
shows his studio still at number 83.
It is interesting to note that Joseph's brother Charles (b. 1839) was listed as a photographer at 700 Napier Street in the 1881 Census for Normanby in Middlesbrough, Yorkshire. By 1891 he had moved to 72 Nelson Street in the same town, next door to the Globe Hotel, and was still practising as a photographer.
(1859-1939) & Margaret Ogden née Wharmby
by J.H. Bunting of 120 Victoria Street, Glossop
Undated, but probably taken c. 1881
Format: Carte de visite
Size: Mount 63 x 105.5 Photo 56.5 x 94.5 mm
Image © & courtesy of David Wood
Notes by DW: The attached photograph was taken at J H Bunting's studio at 120 Victoria Street probably around 1881, the marriage of John and Margaret Ogden, my great grandparents. John Ogden was born in Birmingham in 1859 and moved to Glossop to work at Turnlee Paper Mill. He died in 1939. Margaret Wharmby was born Glossop in 1857 and died 1941. They married at St. John the Baptist, Godley on 2 February 1881.
probably Lucy Ford née Slaney (1870-1941), taken by J.H.
of 103 Victoria Street, Glossop
Undated, but probably taken c. 1888-1891
Size: 65 x 105 mm Format: Carte de Visite
Image © & courtesy of Ian Ford
by Ian Ford: The
photograph is in a collection inherited from
my [Ian's] grandfather via my Dad. On the back is written,
(I think). Unfortunately, I don't know who wrote
it. If it
was my Dad or one of his cousins, then the woman is Lucy Ford
Slaney), who was born at Hayfield, Derbyshire on 3 Feb 1870, and died
Auckland, New Zealand on 28 Jan 1941. If it was my
Ford) or one of his siblings who wrote it then she would be one
Sarah Lomas Slaney (née Hadfield), born at Little Hayfield,
on 23 Feb 1839, and died at Hayfield Derbyshire on 25 Feb 1912; or
Elizabeth Ford (née Rogers), born at Whitehough Head,
on 28 Feb 1839, and died at Hayfield Derbyshire about 1901.
|Unidentified young man and woman, by
J.H. Bunting of
103 Victoria Street, Glossop
Undated, but probably taken in the late 1880s or early 1890s
Format: Carte de visite Size:
Image © & collection of Brett Payne
with grape vines, by J.H. Bunting of 103 Victoria Street, Glossop
Image © & courtesy of John Bradley
Nothing further is known about this photo
by J.H. Bunting of 103 Victoria Street, Glossop
Undated, but probably taken in the mid-1890s
Format: Cabinet Card
Size: Mount 108.5 x 164.5 Photo 101 x 149.5 mm
Image © & collection of Brett Payne
|This advertisement was extracted by Graham Hadfield from a 1901 Souvenir & Guide for a Bazaar at Whitfield Church, which he came across while assisting the Glossop Heritage Centre by scanning some of their old books and other ephemera.|
Images provided by David Wood, Brett Payne, John Bradley, Ian Ford and Graham Hadfield
1841 Census of Glossop & Whitfield - by Marjorie Ward
1861 Derbyshire Census - CDROM published by ArchiveCD Books
1881 UK Census - online from the LDS church
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1901 UK Census index - online from the PRO
The Ancient Parish of Glossop - by Graham Hadfield
Pigot & Co. (1841) Derbyshire Trade Directory. University of Leicester's Digital Library of Historical Directories
Bagshaw (1846) History, Gazetteer and Directory of Derbyshire. Collection of Brett Payne.
Anon (1855) The Post Office Directory of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. University of Leicester's Digital Library of Historical Directories
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