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The two Robert families, one with children by Janet Sinclair from 1713 (Dirleton) to 1720 (Prestonpans), the other with children to Katharine Begbie are believed to be one and the same Robert, Janet having presumably died in childbirth, or shortly thereafter.
The timeline is:
Mar 1720 a son Thomas is born in Prestonpans, father Robert is a gardner, and a witness to the baptism is one James Begbie, weaver.
Nov 1720 a Robert of Prestonpans marries a Katharine Begbie in Pencaitland
Feb 1722 a son Richard is born in Prestonpans to this latter couple, father Robert a gardiner, witnesses include a James Begbie weaver 
Runciman, Robert (I62530)
 
2
This will was proven London the twenty ninth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and four before the worshipful George Olgivie Doctor of Law Surrogate of ?? & Honourable Sir William Wy?? Knight also Doctor of Said Master Keeper of Commissary of the prerogative Court of Canterbury lawfully constituted by the oath of Mary Ann Runciman widow the relict of the deceased and the sole executrix named in the said will to whom Administration of all and Singular ? Goods Chattels and Credits of the deceased was granted having been first sworn duly to adminstering 
Runciman, William (I16604)
 
3
Which Richard is William of Crail's father?
Tentative id from extant established church registers is the Richard married to Jennet GOURLAY who married in North Berwick (Jennet's parish?) but baptised their children in Whitekirk & Tyninghame - which parish registers do not survive for the time period of interest - although Kirk session records do.
Assuming William was baptized shortly after birth (Mar 1729), this would however mean he married at 19. Not impossible, just a little unusual.
Aiding this id is the marriage of a Helen at Whitekirk in 1768, of an age to be William's daughter 
Rynsiman, Richard (I66823)
 
4 " Jane Elizabeth Runciman, born at Waterford, County Waterford, Ireland, on 4 June 1873, was the eldest child of Susan Propert Williams and her husband, William Edward Runciman, a grocer. Susan Runciman and four daughters, including Jane, travelled to New Zealand to join William in Timaru in 1883. A fifth daughter, Violet, was born there in 1885. " Williams, Susan Propert (I62716)
 
5 " William Runciman and Janet Paxton his wife had a son born the 25th and baptized this day in the church in presence of the congregation and named William" Runciman, William (I62694)
 
6 "2 or 3 rows behind the John Knox's memorial, by the Cathedral" Runciman, David D.D. (I41524)
 
7 "aged 50 years" Thomson, Jane (I62492)
 
8 "aged 86 years" Runciman, Thomas (I62493)
 
9 "Alexander (my grandfather) born June 30 1855 in East Barns, East Lothian,
died June 1935 in Edinburgh where he moved as a young man. Worked as
municipal carter (horse/cart)"
Nearest dth reg. is 1934 Canongate, aged 79 
Runciman, Alexander (I62834)
 
10 "And I am glad to state that Mrs. Runciman got a fine son last week and they are both doing well. Mrs. Muir was out and seen it. She says it is a fine baby." (however the letter was dated Sep 1866, and there are no RUNCIMAN births reg. 1866 online bdms, John Jacob 1865. I have assumed a letter date error) Runciman, John Jacob (I63683)
 
11 "at either Whitburn, Edinburgh or Berwick on Tweed" Runciman, William (I62694)
 
12 "at home' Runciman, Walter 1st Baron Runciman (I41614)
 
13 "At Kingston Vale, Green Island, on the 13th instant, by the Rev. J. McNaughton, Mr. John Runciman, youngest son of Mr. Richard Runciman, to Elizabeth Mitchell, second daughter of Mr. Jacob Mitchell, Longbyre, Wishaw, Scot."
(not immediately obvious in BDM Historical indices) 
Family F55
 
14 "Baptized David to David Runciman in Ligerwood" Runciman, David (I67963)
 
15 "Baptized William to David Runciman weaver in West Moristoun Runciman, William (I41521)
 
16 "Barbara Runciman's obituary in the Elyria (Ohio) Chronicle Telegram. It indicates that she died on 25 Aug. 1972 at age 93 in a nursing home in Lorain, where she had been a patient for 7 years. It says she was born in Scotland, came to Lorain in 1944, and was predeceased by husband John in 1960. She was going to be buried in Ridge Hill Memorial Park. No survivors were mentioned." Watt, Barbara (I72506)
 
17 "Cara D RUNCIMAN, widow Louis S" Baxter, Cara Dana (I42340)
 
18 "Contracts" entry for Dec 14th reads: "William Runsyman & Eliz. Jamison married Decr 30th" Family F13
 
19 "David S. to William Runchiman Weaver in Earlstoun bapt" Runciman, David (I64127)
 
20 "died of haemorrhage following a tooth extraction at the age of about 10" Runciman, Dorothy Finlay (I72530)
 
21 "Elizabeth died first" O'Connell, George John (I41626)
 
22 "Elspath D. to William Runchiman weaver in Earlstoun baptd" Runchiman, Elspath (I41522)
 
23 "Eodem die Baptised Elspeth to David Runchiman weaver" Runchiman, Elspeth (I67962)
 
24 "Eodem die Baptized Margarat to David Runchiman in Ligterwood" Runchiman, Margarat (I67965)
 
25 "from St Bride's" Runciman, John (I67945)
 
26 "George Smith was described as of Rotherham, Yorks" Family F126
 
27 "James Mirralees labourer and Issobell Barrie daughter to James Berrie labourer gave up their names for marriage"at Canongate Church in Edinburgh on 23 November 1781" Family F26
 
28 "March 29th this day...
ditto Walter Richardson, hind in Bankhead son called Robert, witnesses James Hunter and William Richardson Elders" (I assume the latter is Walter's brother) 
Richardson, Robert (I11323)
 
29 "Margaret D to William Runchiman weaver in Earlstoun bapt" Runchiman, Margaret (I64053)
 
30 "Mary Runciman died in Waterloo, Jackson County, Michigan June 8, 1879 aged 65 years. The subject of this notice was born in Berwickshire, Scotland. At the early age of 16 she embraced religion and joined the Presbyterian Church in which she remained a constituent and faithful member until the year 1851 when with her husband William Runciman, she emigrated to America and settled on thef arm where she was taken from her labor to reward.
Soon after their arrival in Waterloo she joined the Wesleyan Methodist Church and remained a member as long as the organisation remained in that place. In 1860 she joined the church of the United Bretheren in Christ. She was always faithful in her attendance upon the means of grace, and liberal with her means to support eh Gospel of Jesus christ.
She was always ikind, cheerful and happy, scattering sunshine and cheerfulness on all around. The weary itinerant who has traveled Jackson Circuit, as well as the writer of this notice will deeply feel this great loss to us, but gain to her. Her husband died a few years ago, a faithful Christian, and they are now, we trust united again in the great church triumphant above. May God comfort the five remaining children who morun the loss of a dear mother."
Mortality schedule shows Mary RUNCIMAN as 65 b. Scotland F/M b.Scotland, d. June of congestion & chills, resid. county 27 yrs
Dth index (as Remcenion) shows Mary as 65 housewife d. 8 Jun 1879 Jackson Co., MI, dtr of Andrew & Annie BROWN 
Brown, Mary (I41720)
 
31 "Mrs Louis T Runciman, a daughter" Runciman, Annie Louise M (I55099)
 
32 "Nessie ANDERSON" according to niece Margaret TAYLOR/BLAKE; Agnes Anderson HUNTER according to Jen, but no immediately obvious marriages on either SCtP or FMP around this time Family F123
 
33 "never rallied post partum" Sheldon, Mary Ann (I62494)
 
34 "On John Scotts death cert it states, in brackets his former name was Runciman and forename John Paul, it also states his mum and dad were Thomas and Jane. This is signed by my father. I simply checked my G/F date of birth (23/07/1889)and found John Paul Runciman. My G/F died 14/05/1978" Runciman, John Paul (I66482)
 
35 "parents married Jun 1854, East Barns" Runciman, Alexander (I62834)
 
36 "Robert Runciman Gardner and Janet Sinclair had a Son born March 7th 1720 and baptized Thomas Apr: 10th Witnesses James Forrest sievewright and James Begbie weaver Runciman, Thomas (I62533)
 
37 "St Bride's" Runciman, John Millington (I66807)
 
38 "The Bride's Father declard all her relations and himself were well pleased with the Marriage and became caut. for his Daughter" Family F7
 
39 "WEST AUSTRALIAN VICTIMS.
Tragedy on Honeymoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans L. Gloe were the
only West Australians aboard the airliner Kyeema. They were a young couple who had been married only three days, the wedding having taken place at Bunbury last Saturday afternoon. They left Perth on Monday morning by the airliner Bungana, having arranged to travel by air to Tasmania, where their honeymoon was to have been spent.
Mr. Gloe, who was aged 26 years, was
the elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Gloe, of 20 Cooper-street, Nedlands. He was educated at the Perth Modern School and at the University of Western Australia where he took the degree of Bachelor of Science in 1934. At the University he was active in the affairs of the Guild of Undergraduates and a member of the University hockey team. After taking his science degree he entered the Australian School of Forestry at Canberra, and took his Diploma in Forestry. He joined the State Forests Department in 1935, as an assistant divisional officer and, according to the Conservator of Forests (Mr. S. L. Kessell) showed great promise in his work. Before going on leave he was stationed at Mundaring and, on his return, was to have been transferred to the Pemberton district.
Mr. Gloe's wife was formerly Miss Stella
Runciman, aged 22 years, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Runciman, of The
Towers, Wilga."
"HONEYMOON COUPLE
Mr. G. H. Gloe was a graduate of
the University of Western Australia.
He was married at Bunbury (W.A.) on
Saturday to Miss Stella Runciman.
The young couple were flying to Tas-
mania on thelr honeymoon."

"It is with deep regret that we hear
of the deaths of Mr. and Mrs. Hans
Gloe, of Perth, who were aboard the
airliner Kyeema. Mrs. Gloe, formerly
Miss Stella Runciman, was a
sister of Sister Runciman of, Albany,
and Mr. Gloe will be well remem-
bered among the younger circles of
Albany as a scholar of the High
School." 
Runciman, Stella (I76170)
 
40 "William Jnr. was a member of parliament for 17 years and on the Cape School Board for 30 years and Simon's Town Municipality for 40 years. He started the first school in Simon's Town. He did much for the town and was always available to listen to the people. "
Other sources state he was "five times mayor" of Simon's Town 
Runciman, William (I63191)
 
41 #500: Erected by George RUNCIMAN ILMO his wife Bessie FLEMING who died at Wantonwalls 29.4.1920 aged 58 yrs also the above George RUNCIMAN farmer Wantonwalls who died at West Mains 5.1.1931 aged 76 rys also their dtr Eliza RUNCIMAN who died at Leaderview Earlston 27.11.1962 aged 66 yrs Isabella Lees RUNCIMAN who died 13.2.1968 aged 80 yrs Fleming, Jessie Elizabeth Thomson (I41484)
 
42 #500: Erected by George RUNCIMAN ILMO his wife Bessie FLEMING who died at Wantonwalls 29.4.1920 aged 58 yrs also the above George RUNCIMAN farmer Wantonwalls who died at West Mains 5.1.1931 aged 76 rys also their dtr Eliza RUNCIMAN who died at Leaderview Earlston 27.11.1962 aged 66 yrs Isabella Lees RUNCIMAN who died 13.2.1968 aged 80 yrs Runciman, George Wight (I41483)
 
43 #61 Runciman, Janet (I11359)
 
44 #61: IMO William MERCER who died at Earlston 26.5.1837 aged 73 yrs also his wife Janet RUNCIMAN who died 24.2.1829 aged 70 yrs and of William MERCER their son who died 8.10.1855 aged 58 yrs also Helen Wight his wife who died 7.7.1876 aged 79 yrs also Janet Mercer their dtr wife of Mungo Wilson, merchant in Hawick who died 3.7.1857 aged 30 also Helen Wilson their dtr who died 7.10.1857 aged 6 mths Runciman, Janet (I11359)
 
45 #61: IMO William MERCER who died at Earlston 26.5.1837 aged 73 yrs also his wife Janet RUNCIMAN who died 24.2.1829 aged 70 yrs and of William MERCER their son who died 8.10.1855 aged 58 yrs also Helen Wight his wife who died 7.7.1876 aged 79 yrs also Janet Mercer their dtr wife of Mungo Wilson, merchant in Hawick who died 3.7.1857 aged 30 also Helen Wilson their dtr who died 7.10.1857 aged 6 mths Mercer, William (I11358)
 
46 #671: ILMO William STEWART farmer Craigsford who died 23.11.1948 aged 72 yrs also his wife Margaret Lauder RUNCIMAN who d. at Leaderview 30.1.1982 aged 85 yrs Stewart, William (I41811)
 
47 #671: ILMO William STEWART farmer Craigsford who died 23.11.1948 aged 72 yrs also his wife Margaret Lauder RUNCIMAN who d. at Leaderview 30.1.1982 aged 85 yrs Runciman, Margaret Lauder (I41677)
 
48 'spouse to John Runchiman portioner of Earlston' Familton, Elizabeth (I16548)
 
49 (1 Jul 1890 on son John's birth cert, 1 Jul 1891 on son Andrew Wylie's, but indexed for 1890, and married in 1891 census in Apr) Family F47
 
50 (15 Apr Canongate and 7 May Dirleton) Family F19
 

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