• [S3] "RUNCIMAN Analysis", Lorna Henderson (http://Runciman.lornahen.com); RUNCIMAN One Name Study, http://RuncimansAll.blogspot.com Hereinafter cited as "RUNCIMAN Analysis."
  • [S4] "RUNCIMAN Conclusions", Lorna Henderson (http://Runciman.lornahen.com); RUNCIMAN One Name Study, http://RuncimansAll.blogspot.com Hereinafter cited as "RUNCIMAN Conclusions."
  • [S5] Ancestry.com online at http://search.ancestry.com,. Hereinafter cited as Ancestry.com.
  • [S15] RUNCIMAN (& variants) Surname DNA Project online at http://dnasurnames.info/lineages/spRUNCIMANLineages.htm,. Hereinafter cited as RUNCIMAN DNA Project.
  • [S16] "RUNCIMAN One Name Study", Lorna Henderson ; Hereinafter cited as "RUNCIMAN One Name Study."
  • [S27] Various, interviews / personal knowledge.
  • [S55] Scottish BMDB entries (to 1854), http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.php,.
  • [S56] Scottish BMDB entries (from 1855), http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.php,.
  • [S102] "OPR East Lothian, Scotland RUNCIMAN Births", 1538-1854 , East Lothian, Scotland, All RUN*MAN*; County = East Lothian (ELN); 293 records in total (less nine duplicates); Earliest 1627, latest 1854; Number of parishes: 20 (out of 25 in all). (In progress, 4 parishes analysed for name variants - refer ELN (SCT) RUNCIMAN)

    For further information on coverage of ELN parish records, eg gaps, see also the Family Search Wiki for East Lothian (Haddingtonshire) Scotlands People Index (http://scotlandspeople.gov.uk); Scotlands People (http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/), Edinburgh, MLN, SCT. Hereinafter cited as "OPR East Lothian, SCT RUNCIMAN Births 1538-1854."
  • [S104] "OPR Berwick, Scotland RUNCIMAN Births", 1538-1854 , Berwick, Scotland, All R*N*M*N*; County = Berwickshire (BEW); 151 records less 3 duplicates, in total; Earliest 1621 (Duns), latest 1854 (Lauder); Number of parishes: 22 (out of 34 listed in all on SctPeople). Refer <../p20.htm>BEW (SCT) RUNCIMAN

    For further information on coverage of BEW parish records, eg gaps, see also the Family Search Wiki for Berwickshire Scotlands People Index (http://scotlandspeople.gov.uk); Scotlands People (http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/), Edinburgh, MLN, SCT. Hereinafter cited as "OPR Berwick, SCT, RUNCIMAN Births 1538-1854."
  • [S105] "OPR Berwick Scotlands People RUNCIMAN Marriages", 1538-1854 , Berwickshire, Scotland, (not yet extracted for this project)

    For further information on coverage of BEW parish records, eg gaps, see also the Family Search Wiki for Berwickshire Scotlands People Index (http://scotlandspeople.gov.uk); . Hereinafter cited as "OPR Berwick, Scotland, RUNCIMAN Marriages 1538-1854."
  • [S200] 1841 Census images, England & Wales, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com USA.
  • [S201] 1841 Census transcripts, Scotland, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com USA.
  • [S202] 1851 Census images, England & Wales, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com USA.
  • [S203] 1851 Census transcripts, Scotland, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com USA.
  • [S204] 1861 Census images, England & Wales, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com USA.
  • [S205] 1861 Census transcripts, Scotland, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com USA.
  • [S206] 1871 Census images, England & Wales, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com USA.
  • [S333] GRO, SCT, BDMs, SCT death indices, & researcher extracts, unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as BDM searches at GRO SCT.
  • [S692] Borders FHS, MIs: BEW Earlston - extracts (Galashiels, SEL, SCT: Borders FHS). Hereinafter cited as MIs: BEW Earlston - extracts.
  • [S699] Borders FHS, MIs: BEW: Earlston - book (Galashiels, SEL, SCT: Borders FHS). Hereinafter cited as MIs: BEW: Earlston - book.
  • [S1045] H D W, "RUNCIMAN Correspondence," e-mail message (Edinburgh, Scotland) to L Henderson (1). Hereinafter cited as "RUNCIMAN Correspondence."
  • [S1105] Author: Paul Richardson, "FT: RICHARDSON, William of Eckford", May 1997 & subsequent (Northumberland, ENG) . Hereinafter cited as "RICHARDSON, William of Eckford."
  • [S1293] Ian FYFE, "EM RUNCIMAN/HERRIOT, ex Fyfe's Lower Hutt, WTN, NZ," e-mail message (Lower Hutt, WTN, NZ (http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/jewelian/Scott.htm)) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "EM RUNCIMAN/HERRIOT, ex Fyfe's Lower Hutt, WTN, NZ."
  • [S1596] Online search: assorted surnames, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (UT, USA: Family Search (LDS)).
  • [S1597] FamilySearch Labs Record Search (LDS) online at http://search.labs.familysearch.org/recordsearch/,. Hereinafter cited as FamilySearch Labs Record Search (LDS).
  • [S1640] Births deaths marriages index (pre 1855), Old Parochial Registers for Parish : Scotland, New Register House, Edinburgh, MLN, SCT , Microfiche and http://scotlandspeople.gov.uk
  • [S1918] Newspaper clippings. Hereinafter cited as Newspaper clippings.
  • [S2021] Alethea, "EMAIL: RUNCIMAN ex Alethea," e-mail message (UK) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "EMAIL: RUNCIMAN ex Alethea."
  • [S2150] Author: Don RUNCIMAN & Marie-Josee, "Family of James RUNCIMAN & Janet HOGG ex Don & Marie", Dec 2007 (?Canada) , Copy of pdf rcvd from Marie-Josee Dec 2007, with acknowledgement by her that Francis' descendants came from Don. Hereinafter cited as "Family of James RUNCIMAN & Janet HOGG ex Don & Marie."
  • [S2195] Www Rootsweb online at http://wc.rootsweb.com/,. Hereinafter cited as www Rootsweb.
  • [S2200] Phil RUNCIMAN, "EM RUNCIMAN/HERRIOT ex Phil R, AK," e-mail message (Waiuki, AKD, NZ) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "EM RUNCIMAN/HERRIOT ex Phil R, AK."
  • [S2333] Rootsweb Msge Board online at http://boards.rootsweb.com,. Hereinafter cited as Rootsweb Msge Board.
  • [S2342] Miscellaneous RUNCIMAN web searches and correspondence . Hereinafter cited as RUNCIMAN Misc. web searches & correspondence.
  • [S2343] James RUNCIMAN (16766) will (Will written Jun 1858 codicil Dec 1867 Inventory 23 Feb 1872 proved 8 Mar 1872), Will & Inventory: RUNCIMAN, James 1858, 1867, 1872 SC60/41/24 (27 pp) & SC60/44/6 (2pp), New Register House, Edinburgh, MLN, SCT. Hereinafter cited as Will: RUNCIMAN, James 1858, 1867, 1872.
  • [S2505] Rootsweb Mailing List online at http://lists.rootsweb.com,. Hereinafter cited as Rootsweb Mailing List.
  • [S2520] OneGreatFamily online at http://OneGreatFamily.com,. Hereinafter cited as OneGreatFamily.
  • [S2562] Ros Runciman, "RUNCIMAN Corres.," e-mail message (NSW, AUS) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "RUNCIMAN Corres."
  • [S2567] David RUNCIMAN, "RUNCIMAN Corres. ex David ESP," e-mail message (Girona, ESP) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "RUNCIMAN Corres."
  • [S2655] Don RUNCIMAN (52338), "RUNCIMAN corres. with Don R.," e-mail message (WA, USA) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "RUNCIMAN corres. with Don R."
  • [S2661] Author: Mary Gorton Runciman BROWN (50226), "The Michigan RUNCIMAN "Wheel" Chart", 1968 (Stockbridge, MI, USA) , copy rcvd from Jerry & Glenna RUNCIMAN, Dec 2007. Hereinafter cited as "The Michigan RUNCIMAN "Wheel" Chart."
  • [S2891] 1797 Farm Horse Tax Rolls-Scotland online at http://www.scotlandsplaces.gov.uk/,. Hereinafter cited as 1797 Farm Horse Tax Rolls - Scotland.
  • [S2903] Lawrence FLETCHER, "RUNCIMAN/WISHART/JAMIESON Corres.," e-mail message (AUS) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "RUNCIMAN/WISHART/JAMIESON Corres. ex Lawrence F."
  • [S2916] London Metropolitan Archives: Birth death marriage (filmed originals), Parish Registers for Parish: , Ancestry.com, USA.
  • [S2921] ELN OPR (transcripts by Barbara Samples) Dunbar, Old Parochial Registers for Parish : Dunbar, ELN, (Bap (1687-1854); Marriages (1651 - 1820); Deaths (1737 - 1819)) , http://www.guernsey.net/~sgibbs/runciman/dunbar-opr.html
  • [S3010] Census index, Scotland, http://ScotlandsPeople.gov.uk, Scotlands People (http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/) Edinburgh, MLN, SCT.
  • [S3109] "FAIRBAIRN One Name Study", Lorna Henderson ; Hereinafter cited as "FAIRBAIRN One Name Study."
  • [S3129] Trove - Digitised Newspapers. Hereinafter cited as Trove - Digitised Newspapers.
  • [S3217] WikiTree online at http://WikiTree.com/,. Hereinafter cited as WikiTree.
  • [S3221] Phyllis RUNCIMAN, "EM RUNCIMAN/WISHART/JAMIESON ex Phyllis R," e-mail message (SCT) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "EM RUNCIMAN/WISHART/JAMIESON ex Phyllis R."
 
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