Thomas Runciman1,2

(circa Dec 1728 - aft. 1770)
Father*Alexander Runciman (at Meikle Pinkerton)1 (say 1695 - circa 1770)
Mother*Janet Hendrie1 (say 1700 - )

BDMs

     Thomas Runciman was born circa Dec 1728 Dunbar, ELN, SCT.1 He was baptized on 22 Dec 1728 at Dunbar, East Lothian; Alexander RUNSIMAN & Janet HENDRIE his spouse had a son baptised named Thomas. Witnesses James TURNBULL & James ALLAIN.3
     Thomas Runciman married Barbara Wallace on 21 Sep 1753 at Dunbar, East Lothian, Thomas RUNCIMAN & Barbara WALLACE both of this parish 12/-.4,5,6
     Thomas Runciman died aft. 1770.7

Names/other info

     It is possible that Thomas Runciman witnessed the baptism of Alexander Runciman on 10 Feb 1751 Dunbar, ELN, SCT; Ja. RUNCIMAN & Eliz. LYLE had Alexr. baptised. Wit. Alexr. RUNCIMAN, Tho. RUNCIMAN (assumed to be father/brother, or possibly both siblings?)8
     It is possible that Thomas Runciman witnessed the baptism of Janet Runciman on 25 Jan 1763 at Dunbar, East Lothian; Wm. RUNCIMAN & Janet ALLAN had Janet baptised. Wit. Ja. & Thos RUNCIMAN (assumed to be William's siblings.)9
     It is possible that Thomas Runciman witnessed the baptism of Margaret Runciman on 19 Jul 1767 at Dunbar, East Lothian; Wm. RUNCIMAN & Janet ALLAN had Margt. baptised. Wit. Ja. & Tho. RUNCIMAN.10,11 In 1760 his surname was recorded as Ransoman.12

Links

     Click here to see Thomas's page on WikiTree, a (free) collaborative on-line tree.13

Family

Barbara Wallace (say 1730 - )
Children
  • Helen Runciman14 (circa Sep 1754 - )
  • Margaret Runciman15 (May 1757 - )
  • Barbara Ransoman12 (circa Jan 1760 - )
  • Thomas Runciman (m. Jean SIMPSON)+2,3 (circa Jul 1762 - bet. 1841 - 1851)
  • Helen Runciman16 (circa Oct 1765 - )
  • Alexander Runciman17 (May 1770 - )
ChartsLineage 1d: Alexander & Janet (HENDRIE) RUNCIMAN of Dunbar, ELN
Last Edited23 Jun 2012

Citations

  1. [S102] Scotlands People Index, "OPR East Lothian, SCT RUNCIMAN Births 1538-1854", Birth (Bap.) 22 Dec 1728 Thomas s/o Alexander RUNSIMAN & Janet HENDRIE, Dunbar, ELN, 706/ 0020 0099, extracted from index Jun 2010.
  2. [S102] Scotlands People Index, "OPR East Lothian, SCT RUNCIMAN Births 1538-1854", Birth (Bap.) 11 Jul 1762 Thomas s/o Thomas RUNCIMAN & Barbara WALLACE, Dunbar, ELN, 706/ 0020 0227, extracted from index Jun 2010.
  3. [S2921] ELN OPR (transcripts by Barbara Samples) Dunbar: Dunbar, ELN, Bap. 22 Dec 1728 Thomas s/o Alexander RUNSIMAN & Janet HENDRIE, extracted Jun 2010 (Bap (1687-1854); Marriages (1651 - 1820); Deaths (1737 - 1819)).
  4. [S103] Scotlands People Index, "OPR East Lothian SctP RUNCIMAN Marriages 1538-1854", Marr. 21 Sep 1753 Thomas RUNCIMAN & Barbara WALLACE, Dunbar, ELN, 706/ 0050 0024, extracted from index Jun 2010.
  5. [S2921] ELN OPR (transcripts by Barbara Samples) Dunbar: Dunbar, ELN, Marr. 21 Sep 1753 Thomas RUNCIMAN & Barbara WALLACE (botp), extracted Jun 2010 (Bap (1687-1854); Marriages (1651 - 1820); Deaths (1737 - 1819)).
  6. [S2562] Ros Runciman, "RUNCIMAN Corres.," e-mail to Lorna Henderson, Transcr. Marr. 21 Sep 1753 Thomas RUNCIMAN & Barbara WALLACE, Dunbar OPR rcvd/extracted Jun 2010.
  7. [S2921] ELN OPR (transcripts by Barbara Samples) Dunbar: Dunbar, ELN, Birth 29 May Bap. Jun 1770 Alexander s/o Thomas RUNCIMAN & Barbara WALLIS, extracted Jun 2010 (Bap (1687-1854); Marriages (1651 - 1820); Deaths (1737 - 1819)).
  8. [S2921] ELN OPR (transcripts by Barbara Samples) Dunbar: Dunbar, ELN, Bap. 10 Feb 1748 Alexr s/o James RUNCIMAN & Eliz LYLE(Wit: Alexr RUNCIMAN, Thos RUNCIMAN), extracted Jun 2010 (Bap (1687-1854); Marriages (1651 - 1820); Deaths (1737 - 1819)).
  9. [S2921] ELN OPR (transcripts by Barbara Samples) Dunbar: Dunbar, ELN, Bap. 25 Jan 1763 Janet d/o Wm RUNCIMAN & Janet ALLAN (Wit: Ja. & Thos RUNCIMAN), extracted Jun 2010 (Bap (1687-1854); Marriages (1651 - 1820); Deaths (1737 - 1819)).
  10. [S102] Scotlands People Index, "OPR East Lothian, SCT RUNCIMAN Births 1538-1854", Birth (bap.?) 19 Jul 1767 Margaret d/o William RUNCIMAN & Janet ALLAN, Dunbar, ELN 706/ 0030 0005, extracted from index Jun 2010.
  11. [S2921] ELN OPR (transcripts by Barbara Samples) Dunbar: Dunbar, ELN, Bap. 19 Jul 1767 Margaret d/o Wm RUNCIMAN & Janet ALLAN(Wit: Ja. RUNCIMAN, Tho. RUNCIMAN), extracted Jun 2010 (Bap (1687-1854); Marriages (1651 - 1820); Deaths (1737 - 1819)).
  12. [S2921] ELN OPR (transcripts by Barbara Samples) Dunbar: Dunbar, ELN, Bap. 7 Jan 1760 Barbara d/o Thomas RANSOMAN & Barbara WALLACE, extracted Jun 2010 (Bap (1687-1854); Marriages (1651 - 1820); Deaths (1737 - 1819)).
  13. [S3217] WikiTree online at http://WikiTree.com/, Oct-11.
  14. [S102] Scotlands People Index, "OPR East Lothian, SCT RUNCIMAN Births 1538-1854", Birth (Bap.) 8 Sep 1754 Helen d/o Thomas RUNCIMAN & Barbara WALLACE, Dunbar, ELN, 706/ 0020 0211, extracted from index Jun 2010.
  15. [S55] Scottish BMDB entries (to 1854), http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.php, Bap. 22 May 1757 Margaret d/o Ja: (sic) RUNCIMAN & Bar: WALLACE, Dunbar, ELN 706/ 0020 0217, copy d/loaded Jun 2010.
  16. [S102] Scotlands People Index, "OPR East Lothian, SCT RUNCIMAN Births 1538-1854", Birth (Bap.) 20 Oct 1765 Helen d/o Thomas RUNCIMAN & Barbara WALLACE, Dunbar, ELN, 706/ 0020 0233, extracted from index Jun 2010.
  17. [S102] Scotlands People Index, "OPR East Lothian, SCT RUNCIMAN Births 1538-1854", Birth (Bap.) 29 May 1770 Alexander s/o Thomas RUNCIMAN & Barbara WALLIS, Dunbar, ELN, 706/ 0030 0011, extracted from index Jun 2010.
 
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