with Walter, George, Jane, Elizabeth, Isabella (?so when did Margaret come out?) A newspaper report (Sydney) shows the followiing passengers arr. Auck., from Gravesend 16th Jun: Mr. and Mrs. Runciman, Miss Runciman (Margaret? or Barbara?), the Misses Elizabeth, Jane, and Isabella Runciman, Messrs. B. (sic, s/be R?), Walter, and Master Runciman (George?). 
21 NOV 1817.
Clockmill, Par. of Duns, Berwickshire, Scotland.
banns both Ayton and Duns (5th May, George labourer Cocklaw, Ayton Elizabeth Dalgleish d/o Walter miller Clockmill Wit Walter Dalgleish and David White) Phil's 2001 posting has 21 Nov 1817) others May 1818. 
Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland, England.
RUNCIMAN: George 45 ag lab, Elizabeth 43 b Scotland; Assumed children: Barbara 20, Margaret 15, Walter 12, Elizabeth 9, Robert 5, Jane 4, Isabella 2 all b Scotland. 
Scremerston, Dist of Berwick, Northumberland, England.
RUNCIMAN: George 52 ag lab, wife Elizabeth 50 both b Scotland; Children: Walter 20 ag lab, Elizabeth 18 bondager both b Berwick on Tweed; Robert 15 ag lab b Scotland; Isabella 11 scholar b Berwick on Tweed. 
↑ Source: #S3129 19 Oct 1851 RUNCIMAN family, on "Cashmere" from Gravesend 16 Jun, arr. Auckland, reported as "SHIPS' MAILS". (1851, November 3). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 2, online at http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article31733985, extracted Jan 2013