The ONS/DNA Diary may have some relevant notes to explain why items are listed in either of the following indices.
Please note that this list only refers to changes in the lineage section of this website, please also refer to the place analysis changes.
8 Dec 2016
Runciman, James     (Jun 1776 - Dec 1839)
Runciman, John     (Oct 1807 - aft. 1851)
Runciman, John Broome     (Feb 1867 - Jun 1931)
17 Oct 2016
Runciman, Walter     (Apr 1810 - bet. Jun 1878 - Sep 1878)
15 Oct 2016
Runciman, Robert (m. Agnes KING)     (circa 1794 - May 1869)
Runciman, Thomas (m. Jean SIMPSON)     (circa Jul 1762 - bet. 1841 - 1851)
23 Sep 2016
Runciman, David     (Feb 1801 - Aug 1842)
Runciman, David     (say 1800 - bef. 1859)
21 Sep 2016
Runciman, George     (May 1793 - Nov 1877)
Runciman, Thomas     (Sep 1798 - Nov 1866)
13 Jul 2016
16 Jun 2016
5 Jun 2016
7 May 2016
Runciman, Walter 1st Baron Runciman     (Jul 1847 - Aug 1937)
6 May 2016
15 Apr 2016
4 Apr 2016
Rynsiman, William     (say 1675 - )
10 Mar 2016
Runciman, John     (say 1710 - )
9 Mar 2016
Begbie, Katharine     (say 1695 - Dec 1781)
Grieve, Alison     (circa Mar 1720 - )
8 Mar 2016
Runciman, Ann     (circa 1832 - Sep 1917)
6 Mar 2016
Runciman, David Williamson     (Jun 1837 - Jul 1910)
Runciman, James     (Dec 1798 - Feb 1872)
4 Mar 2016
Runcieman, William     (circa Sep 1792 - Feb 1881)
26 Feb 2016
Runciman, Thomas (m. Alison Currie)     (Sep 1811 - bet. Jun 1888 - Sep 1888)
7 Feb 2016
Runciman, Alexander     (circa Aug 1800 - Oct 1858)
Runciman, Robert     (circa 1815 - )
6 Feb 2016
Runchiman, Margaret     (circa 1827 - aft. 1851)
Runciman, Alexander Ewing     (Dec 1850 - Sep 1878)
Runciman, David     (circa Oct 1751 - Jan 1825)
Runciman, David (marr. to Margaret Brown)     (say 1685 - aft. 1734)
Runciman, David D.D.     (1804 - Sep 1872)
Runciman, George     (circa 1801 - aft. 1851)
Runciman, James     (Dec 1800 - Dec 1871)
Runciman, James     (circa 1793 - May 1874)
Runciman, Matthew     (Oct 1829 - Jul 1892)
Runciman, Richard     (Dec 1822 - bet. 1871 - 1881)
Runciman, Susan     (circa 1817 - Aug 1896)
Runciman, William     (Aug 1802 - Jan 1875)
Runciman, William (of Crail)     (Mar 1729 - Jan 1765)
16 Jan 2016
18 Dec 2015
Runciman, William     (circa Jul 1756 - Apr 1803)
3 Oct 2015
31 May 2015
Runciman, George     (bet. 1808 - 1816 - May 1878)
4 Mar 2015
6 Jan 2015
Runciman, Alexander (Scottish artist)     (Aug 1736 - Oct 1785)
5 Dec 2014
Runciman, Phillip C     (circa Aug 1830 - Apr 1876)
Runciman, William Esq     (circa 1758 - Jan 1821)
 
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