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Wakefield when they married.
10-5-3-3 EVA MAUD ARROLL, b 16 Nov 1903 at 4 High Steet, Calder
Vale Road, Wakefield, Yorkshire, England. EVA MAUD m 1 1 Apr
1925 to Sidney Hinchcliffe at the United Methodist Church,
Crigglestone, Wakefield, Yorkshire, England. Sidney was b circa 1904,


the son of John Henry Hinchcliffe, a coal miner. Sidney was a power

company's electrician. He was living at Great Cliff, Crigglestone and

EVA was living at HoUin Bank, Crigglestone when they married.

10-5-3-4 ALICE ARROLL, b 17 Feb 1906 at 5 Union Square, Kirkgate,

Wakefield, Yorkshire, England. ALICE d 15 Oct 1906 at 3 Union

Square, Kirkgate, Wakefield of infantile diarrhea.

10-5-4 MARTHA McKELLAR ARROLL, b 24 Feb 1878 at 1 Ardgowan Street,

Port Glasgow, Greenock. She m on 15 Jul 1899 to William McNenemy

at St. Peter's Church, Partickhill, according to the forms of the Roman

Catholic Church. MARTHA was living at 9 Strathmore Pardene Hillhead,

Glasgow, and William at 15 Merkland, Partick. William, a bricklayer, was

b circa 1877, the son of Thomas McNenemy, a restaurant keeper, and

Margaret Mclnon. MARTHA d 13 Sept 1914 of septicemia, following a

miscarriage, at 26 Dowanhill Street, Partick, Glasgow.

10-5-5 MARY CAMPBELL ARROLL, b 1 Sept 1880 at 1 Ardgowan Street,

Port Glasgow, Greenock. MARY m 1 1 Feb 1908 to Archibald Brown at

6 Springfield Road, Glasgow. Archibald, a weaver, was b circa 1869, the

son of Archibald Brown, a cloth warehouseman, and Margaret Sellars.

Archibald later became a textile factory manager. MARY was living at 82

Hamilton Road, Cambuslang and Archibald at 6 Springfield Road when

they married. MARY d 1 1 Feb 1942 at 48 The Quadrant, Clarkston of a

cerebral hemorrhage.

10-5-6 MARGARET McCALLUM ARROLL, b 12 Sept 1883 at 54

Drumfrochar Road, Greenock and d 15 Nov 1884 of gastritis.
10-5-7 JAMES ADAMS ARROLL, b 16 Jul 1889 at Hotel Buildings, Clynder,
Roseneath. JAMES was a tramway depot clerk. He m 6 Jun 1928 to
Jessie Elizabeth Heron at Partick Parish Church, Glasgow. Jessie, a clerk,
was b 15 Nov 1896, the daughter of Robert Dickson Heron, a joiner, and
Margaret Ann McCreadie (dec). She lived at 2 White Street, Partick,
Glasgow. JAMES was living at 48 Haybum Street, Glasgow when he
married. He d 2 Feb 1948, age 58, at 119 Cruzon Street, Maryhill of
coronary thrombosis and cardiac failure. JESSIE d 13 Dec 1978, age 82,
at 59 Lowend Road, Dumbarton of heart disease and bronchopneumonia.
10-5-8 FRANCIS MAY LAMONT ARROLL, b 8 Jan 1892 at Hotel
Building, Clynder, Roseneath and d 31 Dec 1894 at Victoria Place,
Clynder of congenital debility and marasmus.
10-5-9 MARGARET McCALLUM ARROLL, b 22 Dec 1895 at Victoria
Place, Clynder, Roseneath. She d of coronary thrombosis and cardiac
10-5-10 LOUIS ALEXANDER ARROLL, b 22 Dec 1896 at Rosneath.
10-6 MARTHA ARROLL, b circa 1842. MARTHA was a domestic servant. She
never married. She d 30 Dec 1940 at 38 James Street, Helensburgh of
11 ARCHIBALD ARROLL, b 15 Feb 1803, bapt 19 Mar 1803 at Helensburgh and
d 19 Mar 1882 at Helensburgh, Parish of Row of cancer of the stomach.


ARCHIBALD m 1st to Janet Eadie circa 1825, daughter of James Eadie and —
Caims. Janet was b circa 1801 and d 10 Feb 1863 of cancer. Janet lived at the
"Hermitage", Helensburgh. ARCHIBALD m 2nd on 13 Dec 1864 to Jane Fraser.
Janet Fraser, b circa 1811, was a domestic servant, the daughter of William Fraser,
a canal lockkeeper, and Jane Cameron, both deceased by 1864. Jane was reported
to be "about 80" years of age when she d 26 Jun 1891 at Anchorage Cottage in
Row of "mental debility etc." ARCHIBALD was a gardener and made his home
at the "Hermitage", Helensburgh. He was living at 2 John Street, Helensburgh
when he died.



I GEORGE ARROLL (See Section V Paragraph 2-1-8, Page 159), b 17 Mar 1860 at
Rockend, Helensburgh. He may have m on either 13 or 18 Aug 1891 to Mary
Anderson at Biggar, Lanarkshire. The birth certificates of their four children each show
one of these dates. The marriage, however, can not be located in the vital statistic
records for Scotland. In addition, his death certificate indicates he was single. (It is
the practice in Scotland to show at a minimum the name of the last spouse, and
generally the names of each spouse.) It is possible that the couple had a Scots
marriage', i.e., a marriage that was accomplished by presenting themselves to the
sheriff, with a witness, and declaring themselves now married. Mary had four
illegitimate children prior to having four children by GEORGE ARROLL. Mary was
b circa 1857 in Glenholm, Peebleshire. She was the eldest child of Stewart Lyon
Anderson, a gardener, of Glamis, Forfarshire, and Marion Alexander of Glenholm,
Peebleshire. In the 1891 Biggar census, Mary and her four children, prior to her
children by GEORGE ARROLL, are listed as residing with her parents. GEORGE and
Mary had separated by the time of GEORGE's death. GEORGE was a house painter.
He was retired and lived at 61 Craigiehall Street, Govan when he d on 28 Nov 1933
at Craigiehill, Govan of cardiac degeneration and hypostatic congestion. Mary d 22
Aug 1936 at the Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh, of a strangulated hernia. She was living
with her son, JAMES, at the time of her death at 30 North Crofts, Biggar. Mary had:

1 JAMES MAXWELL ANDERSON/ARROLL, b 30 Jan 1877 at Biggar. JAMES was

an agricultural worker and a plasterer's labourer. He m on 5 May 1 900 to Bridget
Teresa Buckle at Fauldhouse, according to the forms of the Catholic Church.
Bridget, b circa 1876, was the daughter of William Buckle, a joiner, and Bridget
Redmond (dec). JAMES was living at Townhead, Biggar and Mary at Main Street,
Biggar when they married. JAMES d 23 May 1954 at 3 Northcrofts Road, Biggar
of carcinoma of bowel and myocarditis. They had: William B. Anderson.

2 GEORGE RIACH ANDERSON/ARROLL, b 9 Jan 1879 at Biggar. GEORGE was

the illegitimate son of Mary and Alexander Core, a tailor, of Biggar. (See RCE,
Vol I, Page 54. In an action before the Sheriff Court of Lanarkshire, on 3 Feb
1880, the father was named Alexander Core, Tailor, Biggar.) GEORGE was a
steersman of a traction engine. He never married. GEORGE d 22 May 1901, age
22, at Culterwater, near Birchwood, in Culter. GEORGE d of suffocation produced
by pressure on his chest resulting from an accident to a traction engine at

3 JANE GREENSHIELD ANDERSON/ARROL(L), b 3 Jun 1883 at Townhead,

Biggar. JANE was the illegitimate daughter of Mary and David Greenshields, a
grocer, of Back Road, Biggar. (See RCE, Vol I, p 72. In an action before the
Sheriff Court of Lanarkshire the father named as David Greenshields, Grocer, Back
Road, Biggar.) JANE m 30 Apr 1903 to Archibald Galbraith at Biggar. Archibald
was a gardener. JANE d 17 Aug 1958 at Law Hospital, Carluke of carcinoma of
the right ovary and debility due to a terminal infection.

4 FRANK HADDOW ANDERSON/ARROLL, b 9 Feb 1887 at Townhead, Biggar.


GEORGE and Mary Anderson had:

5 LOUIS STEWART ARROLL, b 1 Jun 1892 at Cross Street, Dunblane. He

emigrated to Canada when he was nineteen years of age. His last known address
was 15544 Cliff Avenue, White Rock, British Columbia. At one time he lived on
Prince Rupert Island. LOUIS is believed to have been deceased by 1950.

6 MINNIE ALEXANDER ARROLL, b 28 Jan 1895 at Perth Road, Dunblane.

MINNIE was married and had two daughters, one of which was killed in an
automobile accident.

7 MABEL DUNCAN ARROLL, b 31 Mar 1897 at Perth Road, Dunblane. She m 7

Feb 1921 to George Wicks Lavin, a baker, at St. Joseph's Chapel, Peebles,
according to the forms of the Roman Catholic Church. George was b circa 1897,
the son of Peter Lavin, a painter, and Margaret Mellon. Mabel lived at
Kingsmeadow Road, Peebles and George at St. Margarets, Kingmeadows Road,
Peebles when they married. The couple had a son, George AW. Lavin, who was
b at 1 1 North Street, Peebles. MABEL was a baker's assistant. She and Peter had;
1) Mary; 2) Heckter; and 3) George. MABEL d 14 Sept 1982, age 85, at Peel
Hospital, Galashiels of breast cancer. She resided at 26 George Street, Peebles.
MABEL'S son was:

7-1 WILLIAM WILSON ARROLL, b 18 Apr 1920 at Townhead, Biggar.
WILLIAM became a butcher at 12 years of age and continued in the profession
until 1976 when he entered public service. Bill, as he was known, was in the
British Army during WW II and served as a private (Reg RA 124 Z BTN) in
North Africa and Italy. He m 31 Mar 1947 to Christina Forrest Watson Adam.
WILLIAM and Christina attended school together in Biggar and lived in close
proximity to each other. BILL played the drums in the Biggar Pipe Band. The
family emigrated to Australia in 1952. BILL d on 27 Jan 1982 at Brisbane
Royal Hospital following a heart attack. In 1991 Chris lived in Caloundra,
Queensland, Australia. They had:

7-1-1 HELEN ARROLL, b 19 Jul 1943 at 42 North Crofts Road, Biggar.
HELEN m 20 Dec 1962 to George Henry Schulz at the Assemblies of God
Church, Windsor, Brisbane, Queensland. George was a pineapple farmer.
Helen and George had: 1) Jo-Anne Joy Schulz who m 1 Dec 1984 to
Howard William Skemman at the United Church, Caloundra, Queensland
and they had a daughter, Haidee Christina Skemman, b 24 Dec 1989 at the
Nambour Hospital, Queensland; 2) Paul George; 3) Rhondda Ruth Schulz
who m 23 May 1987 to Rodney George Brady from New Zealand at the
United Church, Scarborough, Queensland; and 4) David Mark.
7-1-2 GRACE ARROLL, b 4 Apr 1948 at 42 North Crofts Road, Biggar and
d 14 Jun 1948 in Biggar. GRACE d of hydrocephalus and spina bifida.

8 ALFRED JAMES ARROLL, b 28 May 1900 at Perth Road, Dunblane, Perthshire.

He d 29 Sept 1972. ALFRED died one week before his grandson, Ian Arroll Niven,
was bom. ALFRED was a pastry baker. When ALFRED was eighteen he joined
the Seaforth Highland Infantry, No. 16 Platoon. He served in India during and
following World War 1. Upon his return from military service, about 1925, he


settled in Glasgow and became a pastry baker. He lived at 33 Tower Street,

Glasgow, He met his wife, Joanna Stronner Robertson, in a bakery where she was

a confectionery worker. ALFRED m 26 Oct 1928 to Joanna at Craigend,

Ibroxholm, Govan, Glasgow. Joanna lived at Lambhill Street, Govan, Glasgow.

She was b 19 Dec 1905, the daughter of Robert Robertson, an iron turner, and

Joanna Smith Stronner. Joanna d 29 Jan 1991 at Glasgow. They had:

8-1 JANNETTE ESTHER BIRSE ARROLL, b 25 Feb 1944 at 35 Garmouth Street,

Govan, Glasgow. She d 7 Jan 1988 of cancer at her home in Helensburgh.

JANNETTE attended Govan High School (1955-1959). She attended Skerry's

College, Glasgow for commercial studies. JANNETTE was employed as a

shorthand typist and a secretary. Between 1967-1970 she was a secretary for

the Probation Department, Clydebank. JANNETTE earned her R.S.A.

Certificate. She m 3 Oct 1968 to John Niven at Fairfield Church, Glasgow.

John, a joiner, was the son of James Niven, a boilermaker's helper (dec), and

Isabella Dallas Moir. John lived at 59 Kirkwood Avenue, Clydesbank and

Jannette lived at 35 Garmouth Street, Govan, Glasgow when they married.

John was an oil worker and a jetty operator. In 1987 John was an employee

of British Airways. The family resided at 1 Prince Albert Terrace, Victoria

Road, Helensburgh, Dumbartonshire. The couple had two children, Gillian

Joanna Niven, b 3 May 1970, and Ian Arroll Niven, b 3 Oct 1972. Both

children were bom in Redlands Hospital, Glasgow.



I JAMES ARROLL, b 20 Mar 1862, Helensburgh, Parish of Row, Dumbartonshire. (See
Section V Paragraph 2-3-6, Page 163.) JAMES was a painter and decorator. He was
also an artist. He m 30 Oct 1894 to Marion Ure at Garelochhead, Parish of Row.
Marion was b circa 1871, the daughter of James Ure, marine engineer, and Elizabeth
Scott. Marion lived at Springbank, Garelochhead. They resided at 1 Glencaim
Terrace, Garelochhead. JAMES d 20 Mar 1936 at 50 Townsend Road, Dumbarton of
arteriosclerosis and cerebral hemmorrhage. They had:

1 JAMES ROBERT PARLAN ARROLL, b 18 Feb 1898 at Glencaim Terrace,
Garelochhead. JIM, as he was known, served in the Royal Flying Corps during
WW I. In civilian life, JAMES was a chief engineer of a milk draying plant. He
m on 3 1 Aug 1942 to Annie Jeffrey Stromont at Old Parish Church, Grangemouth.
Annie Jeffrey was a school teacher and the daughter of William Jeffrey Stromont,
police sergeant, and Jessie McDonald of 101 Boness Road, Gamesmouth. Annie
Jeffrey was b circa 1908 and d 9 Jan 1965 at 16 Mersecraft, Twynliolm. She was
found dead in her home at 11:10 am. Annie was last seen alive on 8 Jan 1965 at
4:30 pm. She d of acute myocardial failure. JAMES ROBERT PARLAN was
living at 99 Stechford Lane, Birmingham when he married. He d 7 Mar 1956,
aged 58, in Dumfries Infirmary of carcinoma of the pancreas. In 1956 he was
living at Kenmore, Kirkcudbright. They had:

1-1 AILEEN MacDONALD ARROLL, b 9 Aug 1943 at 19 Shelbume Road,
Acocks Green, Birmingham, England. AILEEN was a state enrolled nurse.
She was a good pianist and singer. She was found d 12 Sept 1973 in

2 JOHN SCOTT ARROLL, b 23 Nov 1899 at 1 Glencaim Terrace, Garelochhead.
JOHN SCOTT was in Russia with the Royal Scot Fusiliers in the British Army
during WW I until 1919. He m 30 Sept 1925 to Janet Frew MacDonald at
Smithfield, Garelochhead. Janet (she was known as Jenny) was a domestic
servant, the daughter of William MacDonald and Agnes Allan. William
MacDonald was a purser on the paddle steamer "Lucy Ashton." He was living at
Clyndarg Cottage, Clynder when he was married. JOHN SCOTT was a motor
mechanic and road surfaceman. He was a road department foreman when he
retired. JOHN d 14 Oct 1979, age 79, at Joint Hospital, Dumbarton of
bronchopneumonia and carcinoma of the bronchus. He was living at 20 Linn
Walk, Garelochhead when he died. In 1991, at the age of 90, Jenny was a
member of the Garelochhead Lynch Club and the Women's Guild. Jenny joined
the Women's Guild of the Garelochhead Parish Church in 1916. In 1991 she was
still an active member and regular attender of the Guild, 75 years after she joined!
They had:

2-1 JAMES WILLIAM ARROLL, b 22 Jan 1930 at Glencaim Crescent,
Garelochhead He m 28 Jun 1955 to Janet (Jenny) Logan MacLehose
Ferguson. JIM, as he was known, operated a joiner and glazier business at 4 1
West King Street, Helensburgh. JIM was in the Royal Air Force in the British


National Service. He served as a beadle (a church officer) in the Helensburgh
Church of Scotland since 1961. The couple lived at 17 Kennilworth Avenue,
Colgrain, Helensburgh. They had:

2-1-1 AGNES KING ARROLL, b 18 May 1956 at 77 East Princes Street,

Helensburgh. She was known as NANCY. She was a shop manageress.

She m 27 May 1977 to Ronald Finnighan at the St. Andrews Parish

Church in Helensburgh. Ronald was b 18 Dec 1956, the son of Ronald

Finnighan, a painter and decorator,and Elizabeth Ann Chapman. NANCY

was living at 17 Kenilworth Avenue, Helensburgh and Ronald at 73 West

Princess Street, Helensburgh when they married. NANCY was an avid

reader and an accomplished pianist. They had: Paul James, b 7 Mar 1983,

and David John, b 16 May 1985.

2-1-2 JANET MacDONALD ARROLL, b 10 May 1959 at 77 Princes Street,

Helensburgh. JANET was a bank clerk. She m 6 Sept 1980 to Bryan

William MacDonald in Helensburgh. Bryan was a civil engineer and an

estimator. He was b 16 Aug 1957, the son of Lachlan MacDonald, a

principal scieniific officer of the Ministry of Defence, and Anne McKenna.

JANET was living at 17 Kenilworth Avenue, Helensburgh and Bryan at 65

Sinclair Place, Helensburgh when they married. They had: Jennifer Ann,

b 6 Oct 1985; Stuart William, b 17 Mar 1986; and Alison Arroll, b 7 Sept

1989 at the Vale of Leven Hospital, Helensburgh.

2-1-3 JOHN SCOTT ARROLL, b 15 Nov 1960 at Helensburgh. JOHN

SCOTT was an electronics engineer. He m 4 May 1985 to Loma Russell

at Garelochhead Parish Church, Helensburgh. Loma, agraphic artist, b 29

Mar 1963, was the daughter of Edward Allan Russell, a professional and

technological officer in the Department of the Environment, and Agnes

May McNab. When they married, JOHN was living at 1 1 Striven Gardens,

North Kelvinside, Glasgow and Loma was living at 40 Ferlin Way,

Garlochhead. In 1989 SCOTT was employed at Poloroid in Glasgow. He

had previously been employed by Barr & Stroud.

2-1-3-1 ANDREW JAMES ARROLL, b 29 Aug 1991 at Glasgow.

2-2 JOHN ALLAN ARROLL, b 13 Nov 1937 at Matemity Hospital, College,

Glasgow. The family lived at Oakfield Cottage, Garelochhead. JOHN was

a wages clerk. ALLAN, as he was known, served in the Royal Air Force in

the British National Service (,1955-1957). He was stationed in the north of

England. He m 8 Jul 1960 to Margaret Young Crilley at Port Glasgow.

Margaret was an office employee in the mid-1960's at Faslane, the Clyde

Submarine Base. In 1989 ALLAN was in operations for British Petroleum in

Voe, Shetland Islands. They had:

2-2-1 WENDY MARGARET ARROLL, b 10 Dec 1965 at Bracholm,
Helensburgh In 1985 WENDY was a building society clerk She m on
21 Sept 1985 to Simon Davis in Lerwick, Shetland. Simon was a bank
officer. He was b in England on 24 Aug 1961, the son of Brian William
Davis, a controller, and Sybil Valerie Tibbenham In 1989 the couple
relocated to Kirkcaldy, Fife where Simon was employed in a bank


Simon was killed as a result of an automobile accident on 27 Oct 1989.

In 1989 WENDY was employed in Edinburgh and resided in Kirkcaldy,

Fife. WENDY remarried in 1992.
2-2-2 LYNN JANET ARROLL, b 17 Feb 1967 at Lerwick, Shetland Islands.

LYNN was a dental nurse and receptionist. She m on 12 Aug 1989 to

Carl Thomas Hodson at St. Columba Parish Church, Lerwick, Shetland.

Carl was a bank officer. He was b on 23 Apr 1967 in England, the son

of David John Hodson, a power station engineer, and Priscilla Ann

Coveney (McKenzie).
WILLIAM LYLE ARROLL, b 1 Oct 1902 at Bathhurst Cottage, Garelochead.
His name given at birth was Duncan, but the name was changed to WILLIAM
LYLE. He m 27 Sep 1939 to May Prangrell Whyte at Glasgow. He was employed
as a boatbuilder in Silver's boat yard in Rosneath. William d 25 Dec 1989 at



I JOHN ARROLL, b 21 Feb 1829 and bapt 26 Apr 1829 at Helensburgh, Parish of Row.
(See Section V Paragraph 2-7, Page 163.) JOHN was a gardener. He m 23 Feb 1855
to Jane Howat at 176 West Nile Street, BIythswood, Glasgow. Jane, a servant, was b
circa 1832, the daughter of John Howat, a contractor, and Janet Buchanan. JOHN d
10 Sept 1883. JOHN was a gardener. They lived at 28 East Clyde St., Helensburgh.
Jane d 26 Jan 1897 at 27 Colquhoun Square, Helensburgh of apoplexy. They had:

1 JANET BUCHANAN ARROLL, b 1 Apr 1856 at King Street, Helensburgh and d
25 Jan 1862 at Colquhoun Street, Helensburgh.

2 JOHN ARROLL, b 13 Dec 1857 at East Clyde Street, Helensburgh, Parish of

Row, Dumbartonshire, Scotland. JOHN ARROLL d 29 Sept 1903 of chronic gout
and Brights disease at Moreland Road West, Brunswick, County Bourke, Victoria.
JOHN'S descendents believe JOHN d of lead poisoning. He is buried at Melbourne
General Cemetery. JOHN emigrated to Capetown, South Africa from Scotland. He
m 2 Mar 1882 to Janet (Jessie) Innis Milliken in Capetown. Janet was bom 29 Dec
1856 in New Houses, Cumbernauld, Dumbartonshire, the daughter of a cotton
weaver. It is not known if Janet emigrated with JOHN or at a different time.
Shortly after the birth of their first child (circa 1884) the family emigrated to
Melbourne, Australia. JOHN was a plumber and had a business in Kensington -
Flemington, Melbourne. The business was a partnership, "McKerrow & Arroll".
The firm was a firm of "Sanitary Plumbers and Hot Water Engineers". At one time
the firm had approximately two dozen employees. JOHN was also a singer. Jessie
suffered from varicose ulcers. She lived at 1 16 McPherson Street circa (1920-1925)
and at 76 McPherson Street, Essenden in 1928. Jessie d 28 Jan 1946 and is buried
at Melbourne General Cemetary. They had:

2-1 MARY MAYS ARROLL, b May 1883 in South Africa and d 30 Nov 1951, age
68, in Australia. MARY never married. She lived at 76 McPherson Street,
Essendon. MARY MAYS suffered from terrible psoriasis all of her life.
2-2 JANE HOWAT ARROLL, b 7 Jun 1885 at 165 Queen Street, Melbourne West,
Victoria, Australia and d 29 Jun 1978. JANE m 22 Feb 1907 to Percy Upton
Wheeler. Percy Wheeler was b 27 Oct 1879 at London House, 32 Errol Street,
Hotham. Percy d 9 Nov 1961, age 82, at Coburg, Victoria He is buried at
Fawkner Cemetary JANE was a seamstress and her husband was a carpenter
and lay preacher JANE suffered from varicose veins and thrombosis. She is
buried at Fawkner Cemetery in Melbourne. JANE and her husband had nine
children: 1) William Arroll Wheeler, b 6 Dec 1907 and d 9 Nov 1970, age 63.
He is buried at Tounceston, Tasmania. He attended Wesley College,
Melbourne. He lived in Tasmania and m Lena Symons. There were no
children, 2) Jessie May Wheeler, b 7 Jun 1909 at Essendon and d 30 May 1978
at Colac. She is buried at Colac Cemetery. She was m 18 Jan 1933 at East
Essendon Methodist Church to Douglas Victor Ray, a pharmacist, who had the
largest pharmacy, Ray's Pharmacy", in Colac, Victoria for 25 years. Douglas
was b 24 May 1909 at Coventry Street, Melbourne. He attended Wesley


College and was the winner of a scholarship. Jessie May attended Methodist
Ladies College. (See Note A, page 182, family of Jessie May Wheeler and
Douglas Victor Ray.) Douglas and Jessie May divorced circa 1959 and he later
m Sue Davies; 3) Douglas Wheeler, attended Wesley College and m Loma
Lade of Tasmania. Loma d 28 Mar 1989 of cancer. (See Note B, Page 183,
for descendents.); 4) Dorothy Jean Wheeler, m James Murray, a government
records officer. Dorothy Jean d 9 Feb 1899 of a blood clot to the lung.
Dorothy and James had 2 children; 5) Phyllis Joyce Wheeler attended
Methodist Ladies College and m John Louvain Price. They had 3 children; 6)
John (Jack) Charles Wheeler, a salesman, who m Norma Invermae Walker at
Kew and had a son and a daughter. Charles d 17 Oct 1987 of a blood clot to
the lung; 7) Winifred Merle Wheeler, m Leslie Boyle and had 4 children; 8)
Robert Bruce Wheeler, a plumber, who m Mavis Barry. There were no
children; and 9) Lillian Jane Wheeler, b 12 Oct 1921 and d 13 Oct 1921 at age
13 hours.

2-3 JOHN ARROLL, b 5 Dec 1887 at Williamston, Victoria, Australia and d 7
Dec 1887 m Williamston.

2-4 WILLIAM JOHNSEN ARROLL, b circa 1887 at Williamston, Victoria,
Australia. WILLIAM was adopted, but the family believed that he may have
been related in some manner. WILLIAM was a farrier. He m 9 Aug 1919 to
Emily "Emma" Annie Davies at Brunswick, Victoria Emily was a widow and
a tailoress. She was bom circa 1881 at North Melbourne, Victoria, the
daughter of James Podmore and Emily Buckingham. Emily m 1st to William
Davies circa 1900 at North Melboume. William Davies and Emily had; May
Emily b circa 1901. WILLIAM and Emily did not have any children. They
lived at 28 Vanberg Road, Essendon, Victoria. Emily d 6 Nov 1960 at the
Royal Melbourne Hospital at Parkville, Victoria of cerebellar infarction. She
was buried at Fawkner Cemetary.

2-5 JESSIE ARROLL, b 1889 at Victoria, Australia. She had Down's Syndrome.
She went to stay with friends when her mother was ill. She was perhaps
abused. She was only able to do small jobs, cari7 on short conversations, and
answer simple questions. She stayed at 116 and 76 McPherson Street,
Essendon, and never married. She d 19 Mar 1947 at age 58.

2-6 ELIZABETH ARROLL, b Apr 1891 m Victoria, Australia and d 28 Dec 1892,
at 20 months of age, from diptheria.

2-7 JOHN CHARLES DUNCAN ARROLL, b Dec 1893 at Kensington, Bourke,
Victoria, Australia and d 13 Jun 1951 at 340 Smith Street, CoUingwood,
County of Bourke, Victoria, Australia. JOHN d of a cerebral hemorrhage. He
had had high blood pressure for two years. JOHN enlisted in the 1st Australian
Imperial Force at Essendon on 17 Aug 1914. On 19 Oct 1914 he embarked at
Melboume for service overseas with the 7th Australian Infantry Battalion on
His Majesty's Australian Troopship "HORORATA". He served at the Gallipoli
Peninsula and in France in the 7th Australian Division with the rank of
Corporal. He disembarked in Melboume from France on the HMAT
"LEICESTERSHIRE" on 22 Jan 1919. He was discharged from the 1st


Australian Imperial Force in Melbourne on 23 Mar 1919. His decorations
included the 1914/15 Star, the British War Medal, the Victory Medal, and the

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