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Born in Dallas Texas, lived in Clinton New York, Farmington Conn, Sidney Ohio, Elyria Ohio, Gross Point Michigan, Glendale California, Pacific Palisades California and Ladera Ranch California. Daughter of Phyllis Mercedes Mendham and Walter Arthur Runciman. Brothers - Donald Arthur and Robert Roy. Married Robert Tucker of Bristol England, no children.
musician, singer, violin, guitar, piano, lute - performed as professional Composer, author
Direct descendant of John Howland and Margret Tilley of Mayflower original settlers. This line is through paternal grandmother Kathleen Chipman of John Chipman line, married to Hope Howland.
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On 21 Jul 2017 at 14:01 GMT Lorna Henderson wrote:
Look forward to seeing your Runciman connection develop - suspecting it might be somewhere down this lot?
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