BUNTING – Vincent

Flight Lieutenant – fighter pilot – 611 Sqn – Spitfire
Warrant Officer – 132 Sqn – Spitfire / 154 Sqn – Mustang
Pilot Officer – No. 1 Sqn

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[Source: CG, UC, MOD/AHB]

Vincent Bunting flew in 611 Sqn during the Battle of Britain. Several pictures in the IWM.

The photograph shows Flight Sergeant Vincent Bunting with  Station Commander
RAF Biggin Hill – Group Captain A.G. ‘Sailor’ Malan – with No 611 Squadron in January 1943.

Bunting

[Photograph: Air Historical Branch; courtesy of Mrs. Audrey Dewjee]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Melissa Gordon adds to the listing of E.A. Gordon and the group-picture on the home-page:
The 2nd row 1st on the left is my Dad, F/O Egbert A Gordon from Jamaica. He left Jamaica to join the RAF with his lifetime friend, Vincent A Bunting and they flew and served with distinction together. Both married British ladies and had British born children, Dad had 3 in England 1 in New York, Vin had 1 in England, 1 in Antigua and 1 in Jamaica. At the end of the war, Dad took his family to New York where his Mother had migrated, and Vincent Bunting moved to Antigua, and then later back to Jamaica. This photo has always been in our family along with many more from Dad’s RAF days and we are proud of his service and to identify our loving Father on this site. [posted: October 13th, 2013 at 9:30 pm]

3 additions to “BUNTING – Vincent”

  1. Patric Tariq Mellet adds:

    Thank you for providing the full caption for this picture.

  2. Ron Bunting adds:

    I am a direct descendant of the Rev Jabez Bunting DD of the methodist Church.
    I understand one of Jabez’s Children is Buried in the Caribbean after serving as Church missionary and I was wondering if Vincent was related. Would he be the father of Peter Bunting MP ?
    Kind Reagards Ron Bunting
    briskiwi@bigpond.com.au

  3. Jerome Lee adds:

    Combat report via MOD Tumblr http://defencehq.tumblr.com/post/130267346970/flight-lieutenant-vincent-bunting-originally

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