Upon investigation concerning the country of origin of the surname Bunch, one finds its source in English.The surname Bunch has its etymological origin in the nickname for a”hunchback” from the Middle English word ‘bunche’, meaning ‘hump’, ‘swelling’. It is also one of the least popular surnames of the British Isles. The ravages of time are the worst enemies of written documents; while the stone that was used to construct castles, towers and other structures often assured that these precious monuments were to survive to the present day, old scrolls were more often than not lost or even destroyed without leaving a trace. Nonetheless, careful research has revealed the following: probably one of the first individuals bearing the surname at the seventeeth century were a ‘John Butcher’, and a ‘Jane Bunce’ are recorded between sixteen hundred and seventy-one, and sixteen hundred and seventy-two, as getting married in Canterbury Cathedral. America but It is believed that the forefather’s of this surname were part of the exodus of migrants that followed the Treaty of Peace signed in Paris in 1763…
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