At Green Island, on the 23th inst., the death occurred of Mrs Campbell, relict of John Campbell, storekeeper and postmaster of Green Island for almost half a century. The deceased lady, who was a daughter of the late Mr Richard Runciman. of Kingston Vale, Green Island, arrived at Port Chalmers with her parents in the ship Rajah in 1853. Soon after arrival Mr Runciman, who was an elder of the Free Church of Scotland, Dirlton (sic), Haddingtonshire, where Mrs Campbell was born, took up farming at Green Island. In 1863 deceased was married to Mr Campbell, and had resided in Green Island ever since. The deceased is survived by three daughters, two sons, and six grandchildren. The eldest son (Mr Richard Campbell) manages the business of his late father; and George, the second son, is manager of the firm of Kemp, Campbell, and Co. Young street, Sydney. Mrs Campbell and her husband were attached to the Christadelphian Church. 
Place: Kingston, Par. of Dirleton, East Lothian, Scotland
Note: RUNCIMAN: Richard 41 joiner; Barbary 41 both b ELN; Assumed children: James 14 ap joiner b SCT; Jane 14, Barbry 9, Isabella 7, John 3 all b ELN; Also James MERRELEES 84 ag lab b ELN; Agnes MacKIE 16 b ELN
Source: S103 OPR East Lothian: RUNCIMAN Marriages 1538-1854 Repository: #R146
Source: S3222 "Scotland and Beyond" (2004) Authors: Diane Middleton Jen Jelley, plus subsequent research by Alan RUNCIMAN, Ros RUNCIMAN, Lawrence FLETCHER, Lorna HENDERSON & many, many others Compilers' Addresses: UK, Australia and New Zealand
Source: S3233 Old Parish Record (OPR)
Source: S3236 Our Family Web Site Author: The Bartletts MyHeritage.com family tree
↑ Source: #S201 Kingston, Par. of Dirleton, ELN Par. 705 ED 3 Pg 2, hsehold of Richard & Barbary RUNCIMAN, extracted Mar 2010
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Isabella by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Isabella: