|Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment)||81511||10th Battalion|
Willoughby was born in 1885 and he married Martha Ann Turner in 1908. He enlisted at Matlock, and on 18th October 1917 died of his wounds.
Willoughby was awarded the Victory and British War Medals.
Belper News 2 November 1917
Mrs Willoughby Bunting, of Crich Carr, received news at the end of last week that her husband, Pte Willoughby Bunting, Sherwood Foresters, was seriously wounded in action in France. Information has this week been received that his death has taken place. He enlisted in March last, previous to which he was employed at Messrs Charles Lister and Son’s Stone Yard, Whatstandwell.
|Regiment/Service||Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment)|
|Date of Death||18/10/17|
|Additional Information||Husband of Martha H. Bunting, of Park View, Whatstandwell, Matlock|
|Casualty type||Commonwealth War Dead|
|Grave/Memorial Reference||XII. I. 23.|
|Cemetery||DOZINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY|
1901: Crich Carr
|Joseph J||Bunting||Head||46||Fireman at wireworks||Moorwood Moor|
|Joseph J||Bunting||son||19||Gritstone quarryman||Crich Carr|
|Willoughby||Bunting||son||16||Errand boy||Crich Carr|
|Thomas W||Bunting||son||14||Errand boy||Crich Carr|
|Mary Hh.||Bunting||daughter||12||Crich Carr|
|Emma A||Bunting||daughter||8||Crich Carr|
1911: Crich Carr
|William||Turner||Head (wdwr)||71||Labourer pensioner||Whatstandwell|
|Willoughby||Bunting||son in law||23||Labourer farm||Whatstandwell|