• [S57] BDM: NZ historical indexes (online) online at http://bdmhistoricalrecords.identityservices.govt.nz/Search,. Hereinafter cited as BDM: NZ historical indexes.
  • [S59] Certified copies BDMs , Births, Deaths, Marriages, Registrar General, Wellington, WTN, NZ. Hereinafter cited as BDM: NZ Certificates.
  • [S103] "OPR East Lothian Scotlands People RUNCIMAN Marriages", 1538-1854 , East Lothian, Scotland, All RUN*MAN*; County = East Lothian (ELN); 140 records in total; Earliest 1603 (Pencaitland), latest 1854 (5 over 3 parishes); Number of parishes: 19 (out of 25 in all). (In progress)

    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 SctP RUNCIMAN Marriages 1538-1854."
  • [S208] 1881 Census images, England & Wales, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com Ancestry.com.
  • [S209] 1881 Census transcripts, Scotland, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com Ancestry.com.
  • [S211] 1891 Census images, England & Wales, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com Ancestry.com.
  • [S213] 1901 Census images, England & Wales, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com Ancestry.com.
  • [S215] 1911 Census images, ENG, http://www.findmypast.co.uk/CensusPersonStartSearchServlet , http://ancestry.com, findmypast.co.uk ENG.
  • [S303] 1860 Census images, Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com via ancestry.
  • [S801] 1851 Census (images for ENG, transcriptions for SCT), UK, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com Ancestry.com.
  • [S808] Census images, Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com via Ancestry.com.
  • [S809] Census image, Canada, via Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com Ancestry.com.
  • [S820] Census image, SCT, Scotlands People (http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/) Edinburgh, MLN, SCT.
  • [S1034] NZSG, NZ Cemetery H/stone & Burial record transcriptions (Auckland, NZ: NZ Society of Genealgists). Hereinafter cited as NZ Cemetery/burial transcriptions.
  • [S1595] Www FreeBMD ENG online at http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl,. Hereinafter cited as www FreeBMD ENG.
  • [S1599] Findmypast online at http://www.findmypast.com,. Hereinafter cited as findmypast.
  • [S1610] FreeCensus, UK online at http://www.freecen.org.uk/,. Hereinafter cited as FreeCensus, UK.
  • [S1783] Ellis Island Immigration Records online at http://www.ellisislandrecords.com/,. Hereinafter cited as Ellis Island Immigrations.
  • [S1793] http://familysearch.com/Eng/Search/ : Death index (Utah, USA: Church of the Latter Day Saints) also at http://ancestry.com/ and http://resources.rootsweb.com/USA/CA/SanFrancisco/#ssdi . Hereinafter cited as SSDI.
  • [S1844] Borders web searches & misc. correspondence online at various web sites & correspondents,. Hereinafter cited as Borders web searches & correspondence.
  • [S2052] NZ Society of Genealogists, NZ Soc. Gen. Index., CD-ROM (Auckland, NZ: NZ Society of Genealogists, Vol 1:1999 Vol 3: 2003 Vol 5:), assorted indexes. Hereinafter cited as NZ Soc. Gen. Index.
  • [S2124] GenesReunited online at http://www.genesreunited.co.uk/,. Hereinafter cited as GenesReunited.
  • [S2166] Jim RUNCIMAN (32713), "EMails re Archibald RUNCIMANex Jim R," e-mail message (Perth, WA, AUS) to L McIntosh. Hereinafter cited as "EMails re Archibald RUNCIMANex Jim R."
  • [S2243] GenCircles online at http://www.gencircles.com/,. Hereinafter cited as GenCircles.
  • [S2301] USA Immigration Records ex Ancestry . Hereinafter cited as USA Immigration Records ex Ancestry.
  • [S2329] USA census images, Various, Ancestry.com Ancestry.com.
  • [S2355] The Scotsman (Current and Archive s), Scotland. Hereinafter cited as The Scotsman (Current and Archive s).
  • [S2446] Sally HAW, "RUNCIMAN/AITHCESON Corres.," e-mail message (Cape Schanck, VIC, AUS) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "RUNCIMAN/AITHCESON Corres. ex Sally H."
  • [S2449] Wikipedia online at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page,. Hereinafter cited as Wikipedia.
  • [S2473] Tim Gallwey, "RUNCIMAN/GALLWEY Corres.," e-mail message (Oloron-Ste Marie, FRA) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "RUNCIMAN/GALLWEY Corres. ex Tim G."
  • [S2623] Auckland City Libraries online at http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz,. Hereinafter cited as Auckland City Libraries.
  • [S2637] Whitepages, USA online at http://www.whitepages.com/,. Hereinafter cited as Whitepages, USA.
  • [S2640] Papers Past (NZ National Library) online at http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/,. Hereinafter cited as Papers Past (NZ National Library).
  • [S2693] Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, online ed online at http://www.oxforddnb.com/,. Hereinafter cited as Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, online ed.
  • [S2903] Lawrence FLETCHER, "RUNCIMAN/WISHART/JAMIESON Corres.," e-mail message (AUS) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "RUNCIMAN/WISHART/JAMIESON Corres. ex Lawrence F."
  • [S2913] Bronwen DEMMOCKS, "RUNCIMAN/WEATHERLY Corres.," e-mail message (Blenheim, NZ) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "RUNCIMAN/WEATHERLY Corres."
  • [S2914] Peter RUNCIMAN, "EM RUNCIMAN/WEATHERLY ex Peter R," e-mail message (UK) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "EM RUNCIMAN/WEATHERLY ex Peter R."
  • [S2923] Author: Steve GIBBS (d. 2009), "RUNCIMAN/GRIEVE ex Steve G's RUNCIMAN pages" (unknown compiler address) , Extracted and published under the sources page of the RUNCIMAN One Name Study (http://runciman.lornahen.com/lineages/s1.htm#s2923)
    WayBack machine has an archived snapshot from Steve Gibbs pages here:
    http://web.archive.org/web/20051028052515/http://…. Hereinafter cited as "Family of Thomas RUNCIMAN and Alison GRIEVE ex Steve G's RUNCIMAN pages."
  • [S2926] Frank NEATE (63262), "EM RUNCIMAN/HENDRIE/KING/DARLING ex Frank N," e-mail message (SRY, ENG) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "EM RUNCIMAN/HENDRIE/KING/DARLING ex Frank N."
  • [S3027] Alan RUNCIMAN, "EM RUNCIMAN/WISHART/JAMIESON ex Alan R," e-mail message (Ayr, SCT) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "EM RUNCIMAN/WISHART/JAMIESON ex Alan R."
  • [S3043] Jennifer Jelley & Diane Middleton, Scotland and Beyond (Australia: self published, 2004). Hereinafter cited as Scotland and Beyond.
  • [S3062] Project Gutenberg Online Book Catalog online at http://www.gutenberg.org/,. Hereinafter cited as Project Gutenberg Online Book Catalog.
  • [S3066] Author: Lorna Henderson & others, "Family of George & Jennet (FINLAY) RUNCIMAN of Westruther", 1996 and ongoing (Waikanae, New Zealand) , Personal research, supplemented, encouraged and helped immensely over the years by many other researchers and correspondents, chief amongst whom are fellow descendants, Harry D W (Edinburgh), and David RUNCIMAN (Spain), and the ever helpful Robert McC. Hereinafter cited as "RUNCIMAN, George of Westruther."
  • [S3082] Rootsweb: RUNCIMAN Mailing List online at http://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/index/surname/r/…,. Hereinafter cited as Rootsweb: RUNCIMAN Mailing List.
  • [S3122] WeRelate Genealogy Wiki online at http://WeRelate.org,. Hereinafter cited as WeRelate.
  • [S3143] The University of Glasgow Story online at http://www.universitystory.gla.ac.uk/,. Hereinafter cited as The University of Glasgow Story.
  • [S3188] Electric Scotland online at http://www.electricscotland.com,. Hereinafter cited as Electric Scotland.
  • [S3266] Mary Denley Runciman nee Drury, "RUNCIMAN/SMITH & family, from Mary R via Ros," e-mail message (SAF) to Lorna Henderson. Hereinafter cited as "RUNCIMAN/SMITH, from Mary R via Ros."
  • [S3289] Index of births, marriages and deaths, , Ancestry.com , Ancestry.com.
  • [S3594] Family Search, New York Births and Christenings, 1640-1962, unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as New York Births and Christenings, 1640-1962.
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