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Biography Elizabeth Mary Runciman
She was the twin of Malcolm. She suffered years of ill health.
Husband: Kenneth Comin Runciman
Wife: Gladys Amy Stanfield
Child: Pixie Gladys Runciman
Child: Bruce David Runciman
Child: Celia Mirelle Runciman
Child: Malcolm John Runciman
Child: Elizabeth Mary Runciman
?Pietermaritzburg, NAT, SAF
↑ Source #S1: Family Knowledge / records of Tim Gallwey
↑ Source: #S2333 RUNCIMAN mailing list resources, ( http://www.guernsey.net/~sgibbs/runciman/) pdf file on brothers John and William RUNCIMAN in Sth Africa, written by Mrs Mary RUNCIMAN, extracted Sep 2005
↑ Source #S1: Family Knowledge / records of Tim Gallwey ↑ Source: #S2333 RUNCIMAN mailing list resources, ( http://www.guernsey.net/~sgibbs/runciman/) pdf file on brothers John and William RUNCIMAN in Sth Africa, written by Mrs Mary RUNCIMAN, extracted Sep 2005
Source: S2333 Rootsweb Msge Board, Url: http://boards.rootsweb.com
WikiTree profile Runciman-267 created through the import of RUNCIMANDavidBROWNMargaretLineage1a4MyHeritageWikiTree.ged on Oct 22, 2011 by L Henderson.
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