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ANZAC Commemorative Medallion. Following his military service JOHN
became a bank employee and a bank official. He m 1st in 1920 to Emily
Louisa Munro at Brunswick, Victoria. Emily was b circa 1891. She was the
daughter of Andrew Lmb (sic) Munro and Dorothy Holstock. Emily d circa
1939 at Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia of cancer. JOHN lived at 26 Mary
Street, Coburg in 1925. In 1939 he lived at 340 Smith Street, CoUingwood.
JOHN m 2nd on 25 Mar 1942 to Beryl Teresa Griffiths. JOHN was a lift
attendant in 1942. Beryl d 16 Nov 1986. The descendents state that Beryl
raised two foster children after JOHN's death: 1) Patricia Rose was b circa
1941. Patricia was stated to have married and had nine children; and 2)
Margaret, b circa 1946, was stated to have been adopted by Beryl. Beryl had
nursed JOHN's first wife, Emily, when Emily was dying. That is how Beryl
came to marry JOHN She also nursed MARY MAYS ARROLL when she was
dying. (1)

2-8 GEORGE CHARLES ARROLL, b Dec 1895 in Victoria, Australia. He served
as a Sergeant in WW I. He enlisted in the 1st Australian Imperial Force at
Melbourne on 17 Apr 1915. On 17 Jun 1915 he embarked at Melbourne with
the 14th Australian Infantry Battalion on HMAT "WANDILLA". He served
at the Gallipoli Peninsula and in France with the 7th Australian Infantry
Battalion. GEORGE disembarked in Melbourne from France on 7 May 1919
and was discharged from the 1st Australian Imperial Force in Melbourne on 6
Jul 1919. His decorations included the 1914/15 Star, British War Medal,
Victory Medal and the ANZAC Commemorative Medallion. GEORGE
CHARLES was gassed during service in France and did not have good health.
He suffered from psoriasis most of his life. He never married. He lived with
his sister, MARY MAYS ARROLL, at 76 McPherson Street, Essendon.
GEORGE was a carpenter in 1942 and a postal technician when he d on 23
Nov 1950 in Essendon, Victoria, Australia.

2-9 Robert Fordham, a foster child. He married and had a family.

3 JANE ARROL(L), b 24 May 1860 in Helensburgh and m 20 Dec 1887 to John G.
Wood, a gardener. JANE was living at 29 William Street, Helensburgh when she
was married. John was the son of James Wood (dec), a coal merchant, and Agnes
Wood Gibson of Healon, Mersey, Longfield, England.

4 GEORGE WILLIAM HOWAT ARROLL, b 7 Oct 1865 in Helensburgh. GEORGE
was a plumber. He m on 26 Aug 1904 to Mary Allan Hood at The Manse,
Helensburgh. Mary was a laundry maid. She was b circa 1861, the daughter of
Andrew Hood (dec), a farm servant, and Elizabeth Allan (dec). Mary lived at 1 1
Colquhoun Square, Helensburgh and GEORGE lived at 57 East Clyde Street,
Helensburgh when they married. He d 12 Mar 1912 of nephritis. He was living at
59 King Street, Helensburgh when he died. Mary d 9 Oct 1946 at 34 East Argyle
Street, Helensburgh of a cerebral hemmorrhage.

5 JAMES ARROLL, b 1 1 Jun 1867 in Helensburgh and m 26 Jun 1891 to Mary
Walker Cameron at 99 Clyde Street, Helensburgh, In 1892 they lived at 27 Nelson



Street, West Greenock. Mary, a photographic printer, was the daughter of John

Cameron, a joiner, and Mary Cameron Walker. JAMES was an upholsterer. His

hobby was breeding Scotch Terriers. He d 9 Jun 1924 at Dennistoun, Glasgow.

Mary d 5 May 1949 at 74 Hermitage Ave., Glasgow of arterio-sclerosis and cerebral

thrombosis. Mary's usual address was 57 East Clyde Street, Helensburgh. They had:

5-1 JOHN ARROLL, b 29 Sept 1892 at 99 East Clyde Street, Helensburgh. JOHN

was in the British Army during WW I. He served in France with the Royal

Horse Artillery. JOHN was a baker when he married, but later became an

upholsterer. He m on 31 Dec 1920 to Catherine Katie' Henderson Stewart at

Hawthorn Cottage, Limerigg, Slamannan, Scotland. Catherine, a cook, was b

30 Aug 1889, the daughter of James Stewart, a collier engine keeper, and Jane

Hamilton. Katie was living at Hawthorn Cottage, Limerigg, and JOHN was

living at 59 East Clyde Street, Helensburgh when they married. JOHN d 21 Jun

1950 of cerebral hemmorhage at Helensburgh. Katie d 13 Oct 1977 at Vale of

Leven Hospital, Alexandria. She was living at 38 Colquhoun Street,

Helensburgh when she died. Note: 59 East Clyde Street and 99 East Clyde

Street are the same house. The street was renumbered.

5-1-1 JEAN HAMILTON ARROLL, b 1 1 Jan 1922 at 57 East Clyde Street.

Helensburgh. In a WW II mcident, after coming out of an air raid shelter

following the all clear signal, JEAN witnessed the city of Greenock, from

across the Clyde, in flames as the city was being destroyed in a major

conflagration following the bombing of the city by German aircraft. Jean d

12 Jul 1993 of spinal cancer. Her home was in Helensburgh.

5-1-2 JAMES ARROLL, b 1 1 Apr 1926 at 57 East Clyde Street, Helensburgh.

JAMES was a house joiner. JAMES m on 15 Jul 1959 to Mary McMillan

Morrison at Garelochhead Parish Church, Garelochhead Mary, a shorthand

typist, was b circa 1931, the daughter of Norman Morrison, a retired railway

surfaceman, and Mary Ann Nicholson. Mary was living at 18 Lynn Walk

when she married and JAMES was living at 57 East Clyde Street.

5-2 MARY CAMERON WALKER ARROLL, b 26 Jun 1894 at 99 East Clyde Street,

Helensburgh. MARY was known as DAISY. She m 15 Jul 1927 to George

McKechnie at the Douglas Hotel, Blythswood, Glasgow. George, a motor

engineer, was b circa 1891, the son of Donald McKechnie, a calico machine

printer, and Helen Mitchell Robinson. DAISY was living at 59 East Clyde

Street, Helensburgh and George was living at 22 George Place, Bonhill,

Dumbartonshire, Scotland when they married. DAISY d 18 Mar 1974 at

Woodilee Hospital, Lenzie of bronchopneumonia and senile dementia. Her usual

residence was at 3 Alderman Place, Glasgow. They had: Mary who m —

Farquhar. They lived at 31 Mill Lane, Montrose.

NOTE: A) Family of Douglas Ray and Jessie May Wheeler (See Paragraph 2-2, Pages
179-180).

1 Judith Elizabeth Ray, b 12 May 1937 and m 29 Nov 1971 at Methodist Ladies College
Chapel, Kew, Melbourne to Paul Douglas Nathanielsz who was b 6 Sep 1929 in



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Colombo, Sri Lanka. Paul was a captain and navigator of a bunkering barge. He was
a graduate of Royal College and St. Thomas College, Colombo, Sri Lanka. She
attended Methodist Ladies College and was a pharmacist. They had:
1-1 Jacqueline Rachel Ruth Nathaniesz, b 5 Apr 1973 at R.W. Hospital, Carlton. She

was a swimmer and attended Methodist Ladies College in 1987.
1-2 Adrian Robert John Nathanielsz, b 24 Jan 1976 at Royal Womens Hospital,

Carlton. In 1988 Adrian Robert attended the Ivanhoe Grammar School where he

studied Japanese.

2 Douglas Jeffrey Ray, b 29 Dec 1938. He attended Wesley College and m Nov 1962
to Bemice Mahon, a secretary, from Geelong. In 1989 Douglas had his own firm,
"Ray Construction Co." that did building construction in the Melbourne area. They
had:

2-1 Carolyn Michelle Ray, b 13 Feb 1965. Carolyn attended Geelong Grammar School
and took nurses training at Geelong Hospital. Carolyn was a nursing sister (i.e.
Registered Nurse).

2-2 Sonia Therese Ray, b 3 Oct 1967 at Geelong Hospital. She attended Sacred Heart
College and Gordon Technical College in Geelong. She became a beautician and
hairdresser. Sonia traveled extensively throughout the world including extensive
stays in Brazil, South America.

2-3 Natasha Kristen Ray, b 21 Jul 1978 at Geelong.

3 Pauline Lillian Ray. She m on 10 Sept 1966 to Barrie Middleton at Coloc Methodist
Church. Barrie owned and operated the Western Heating and Cooling P.P. The couple
lived in Coloc in Western Australia. Pauline was a doUmaker. Her dolls won many
awards. She sold her dolls throughout Australia. The Country Doll Company of
Bendigo, Australia manufactured her Australia Desert Child exclusively. Pauline was
the subject of a feature article in a 1988 issue of the Australian Doll Digest. They had:
3-1 Daniel James Middleton, b 11 Sept 1970.

3-2 Simon Charles Middleton, b 28 Feb 1971.

3-3 Patrick Samuel Middleton, b 3 Dec 1972. Patrick was knowledgeable in electronics

and computers.
3-4 Michael Jefferson Middleton, b 22 Nov 1979.
3-5 — - Middleton, b 22 Nov 1979. A twin of Michael, the baby d of crib death.



Note B) Family of Douglas Wheeler and Loma Lade (See Paragraph 2-2, Page 180).

1 Gerald Wheeler, m Jean — , a hairdresser. They had:
1-1 Geraldine Wheeler. She m in 1983 to Gregory - — .
1-2 Janella Wheeler, b 1964.

1-3 Mark Wheeler, b 1966.
1-4 Andrew Wheeler, b 1971.

2 William Wheeler. He m Ruby — -. They had:
2-1 William Wheeler.

2-2 Naomi Wheeler.
2-3 Russell Wheeler.



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DC ROBERT ARROLL
AND WALTER ARROLL AND HELENA HUBBARD FAMILY

IX ROBERT ARROLL (See Section V Paragraph 4, Page 164.), b 10 Aug 1785 and bapt
12 Aug 1785 at Helensburgh, Parish of Row, Dumbartonshire. ROBERT ARROLL
was a joiner in Glasgow. ROBERT m 15 Apr 1810 to Jean Caddell. Jean was b
circa 1789, the daughter of Walter Caddell, a valet, and Marggret (sic) Harvey. Jean
d 6 Jun 1884 at 3420 Clyde Street, Helensburgh of old age. They had:

1 JAMES ARROLL, b 8 Nov 1811 at Glasgow.

2 WALTER ARROLL, b 11 Nov 1813 at Glasgow. WALTER was a wood carver
and joiner in Helensburgh. He m on 21 Oct 1849 to Helena Deborah Hubbard of
Barony, Glasgow. Helena, b circa 1825, was the daughter of Richard Hubbard,
poulterer, and Deborah Sallows of Glasgow. WALTER was living at 33 West
Clyde Street, Helensburgh when he d 28 May 1884 at age 71. He died of heart
disease which had been present for 2 years. He also had epilepsy. Helena Deborah
d on 22 Mar 1896 at 45 West Clyde Street, Helensburgh at age 71 of pneumonia.
When Helena died the "whole of the shops along West Clyde Street were closed out
of esteem for the deceased." The couple is believed to have had thirteen children.
2-1 JAMES ARROLL, b 20 Oct 1850 at Helensburgh and d 2 Jan 1864, age 13

years, at 33 West Clyde Street of 'Struma' which he had for "some years".
2-2 RICHARD ARROLL, b 24 May 1852 at Helensburgh, Parish of Row.
2-3 ROBERT ARROLL, b 9 Jun 1854 at Helensburgh and m on 21 Nov 1885 to
Mary Eliza Neville at St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Glasgow. ROBERT was
a commission agent and lived at 12 Wilson Street. Mary Eliza was a
governess, b circa 1860, of 375 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. Mary Eliza was
bom in England, the daughter of Richard Hopley Neville (dec), Custom House
Officer, and the former Miss Ballingall. ROBERT and Mary immigrated to the
United States in 1886.

2-3-1 MARY BALLINGALL KATE ARROLL, b 13 Aug 1887 in Bndgeport,

Connecticut. She m 27 Jul 1909 to George Herbert Lamson II. George was

a professor of Zoology and Dean of Science at the University of

Connecticut. KATE was a Normal School graduate and following her

husband's death in 1931 she taught in the Storrs Grammar Schools for 30

years. They had: Arroll Liscomb Lamson, b 11 Feb 1911. KATE d 25

May 1973. (See note (A) Page 194 for descendents.)

2-3-2 LAURA HELENA HUBBARD ARROLL, b 1 3 Aug 1 887 m Connecticut.

LAURA m circa 1906 Alfred Irving Merkle. They had four children: 1)

Ida; 2) Edward; 3) Richard; and 4) Mary. (See note (B) Page 195 for

descendents.)

2-4 DEBORAH ARROLL, b 6 May 1856 at Helensburgh and m on 14 Apr 1887

to William Laurie McCulloch at Helensburgh. William, b circa 1846, was a

housepainter and a widower. He lived at Millerslee Terrace, 6 William Street,

Helensburgh. She was living at 34 West Clyde Street when they were married.

DEBORAH d 28 Aug 1945 at Lochiel, Suffolk Street, Helensburgh of cardiac



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failure and senile myocarditis. They had; 1) Pinky'; 2) Debbie; and 3) William
(Bill). William lived at 32 Campbell Street, Helensburgh. William m and had
two children: Angela and Arthur.
2-5 JEANIE ARROLL, b 17 Sept 1857 at Helensburgh and d 4 Jun 1882, age 25,
at 34 West Clyde Street, Helensburgh. JEANIE d of epilepsy of 3 months
duration and diffusion of the brain from congestion of blood vessels.
2-6 RICHARD HUBBARD ARROLL, b 24 May 1858 at Helensburgh. RICHARD
attended Billhead High School in Glasgow and Glasgow University.
RICHARD m 19 Jun 1874 to Annie Walker McLay at Hutchesontown,
Glasgow. Annie was the daughter of Samuel McLay, a commercial traveler,
and Mary Walker. In 1884 RICHARD was living at 12 Wilson Street,
Hillhead, Glasgow. Originally a housepainter, RICHARD eventually became
a landscape painter in oil and watercolour and also a pen and ink artist. He
exhibited at the Paris Salon, R.S.A., B.I. His principal works were "Harbour",
"Old Avenue", and "Early Effort". He enjoyed hard walking, reading, and
artistic work. RICHARD HUBBARD ARROLL is listed in the Second Edition,
1929 and Third Edition, 1934 of Who's Who in Art. London; The Art Trade
Press, Ltd, 13 Buckingham Street, Strand, London, and the Dictionary of
British Watercolour Artists Up to 1920 . by H. L. Mallalieu, Woodbridge,
Suffolk, England; and Baron Publishing (for the Antique Collectors Club),
1976. In 1896 RICHARD was living at 18 Wilson Street, Hillhead, Glasgow.
RICHARD d 13 Aug 1939 in Dumfries at the age of 87. Annie d 14 Jul 1942
at 29 Racecourse Road, Ayr of senile decay and disease of the heart. Her usual
address when she died was 1 Blackburn Road, Ayr. RICHARD and Annie had
two sons and four daughters:

2-6-1 MARY AGNES ARROLL, b 8 Jul 1875 at 12 Scotia Street, Glasgow.
She was known as MAYMIE. MAYMIE was a school teacher. She m 3
Sept 1904 to Joseph Proctor Clarke at Stevenson Memorial United Free
Church, Glasgow, according to the forms of the United Presbyterian Church.
Joseph Proctor Clarke, an iron safe manufacturer's agent, was b circa 1873,
the son of Joseph Clarke, a commission agent, and Jessie Proctor.
MAYMIE was living at 212 Wilton Street, Glasgow and Joseph was living
at 16 University Road, Belfast when they married. MAYMIE d 6 May
1959 at 44 Bellevue Crescent, Ayr of cardio-vascular degeneration, cardiac
failure and senility. Her usual address in 1959 was 1 Belmont Road, Ayr.
They had: Josephine who lived at 1 Belmont Road, Ayr.
2-6-2 WALTER ARROLL, b 13 Mar 1877 at 12 Scotia Street, Glasgow.
WALTER graduated from Glasgow University and was a writer. He never
married WALTER d 2 May 1906 at Ochil Hills Sanitorium in Orwell, of
phthisis pulmonitis.
2-6-3 RICHARD HUBBARD ARROLL, b 18 Feb 1879 at Milton, Glasgow.
Richard m on 12 Jun 1906 to Annie Bisland White at Windsor Hotel,
Blythswood, Glasgow. Annie, b circa 1885-86, was the daughter of James
White (dec), a commercial traveler, and Annie McGhie. She lived at 1 1
Holyrood Crescent, Glasgow when she married. RICHARD was a house



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painter and a sportsman. He did much to advance the study and practice of
physical culture long before exercise came into fashion. In 1914-15 he
taught physical exercises to the Citizens' Training Force at the gymnasium
of Church Street School, Glasgow. "DICKIE", as RICHARD was called
when he attended Hillhead High School, Glasgow, joined the Seaforth
Highlanders m 1916 during World War I. RICHARD was a Lance-Corporal
in the Rossshire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's Regiment. He was severely
wounded in action by a gun shot wound to the perineum and right thigh on
15 May 1917 in France and was sent to the Military Hospital in New End
Hospital, Hampstead, London, England. RICHARD d 24 Aug 1917 of
complications from his wounds. ANNIE d 2 Mar 1955 at 55 Ashton Road,
Gourock of carcinoma of the pancreas. They had:

2-6-3-1 ANNIE MARGARET ARROLL, b 23 Aug 1908 at 494 Great
Western Road, Glasgow. ANNIE was a textile designer. She m 3 1
Mar 1945 to Arthur Robert Hughes at George Square, Congregational
Church. Robert, a wages and shipping clerk, was the son of Arthur
John Hughes, a braid manufacturer, and Alice Gertrude Platts. ANNIE
was living at 55 Ashton Road and Arthur was also living at 55 Ashton
Road when they married. In 1955 they lived at 11 Russell Road,
Buckhurst Hill, Essex. ANNIE d 20 Jul 1987 at Dalbeattie of cardiac
arrest.
2-6-3-2 MAYMIE HUBBARD ARROLL, b 26 May 1910 at 494 Great

Western Road, Glasgow and d circa 1980.

2-6-3-3 JANE EILEEN ARROLL, b 27 Jun 1913 and m on 19 Aug 1940

to Robert Alexander Macaskill of Gourock, Scotland. JANE EILEEN

was trained as a mechanic during WW II. She worked for

Addressograph Multilith as a demonstrator. Her husband, Robert, died

from wounds received during WW II. Robert was a wireless operator.

Lance Corporal, Royal Corps of Signals when they married. He lived

at 47 Glock Road, Coumagh. He was b circa 1917, the son of

Alexander Macaskill, a lighthouse keeper, and Christina Macleod. In

1987 JANE lived in Dalbeattie, Kircudbrightshire.

2-6-4 HELENA HUBBARD ARROLL, b 17 Mar 1881 at 31 Bank Street,

Hillhead, Partick, Glasgow. She m on 24 Dec 1910 to William Martin, a

sub editor, at Drumkill, Bridge of Weir. William Martin's home was at

Primvargie Terrace, Oban. His parents were James Martin, farmer, and

Margaret Murray. They had: Duncan, who became a medical doctor.

Helena d 2 Feb 1973 at Royal Alexandra Infirmary Annex, Paisley of

cerebral vascular disease and uraemia. In 1973 her usual address was 260

Neilston Road, Paisley.

2-6-5 JEANNIE ARROLL, b 8 Jun 1882 in Partick, Glasgow. JEANNIE was

a nurse and mid-wife. She never married. JEANNIE d 28 Jul 1977 at age

95. She died at Meamskirk General Hospital, Newton Meams, m the

district of Eastwood and Meams of bronchopneumonia and generalized

arterioclerosis.



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2-6-6 ANNIE ARROLL, b 16 Dec 1886 at 12 Wilson Street, Hillhead,
Glasgow. ANNIE m 20 Jun 1916 to William Forbes at Windsor Hotel,
Glasgow, according to the forms of the United Free Church. He was a coal
merchant. William was b circa 1885, the son of William Forbes, a cashier,
and Maggie Millar. ANNIE was living at Drumikill, Bridge of Weir and
William at Sunnybark, Bridge of Weir when they married. ANNIE d 3 Dec
1965 at 25 Iain Road, Bearsden of cerebral hemmorrhage and hypostatic
pneumonia.
2-7 HELEN ARROLL, b 13 Jun 1859 at Helensburgh. She was known as "Nell".

She m circa 1885 to Thomas Forrester, a plumber. They had: William who m
— , and Walter who m Betty — . Helen d 3 Apr 1937 at Maryhill,

Glasgow of phlebitis and an embolism.
2-8 ELIZABETH ARROLL, b 23 Mar 1861 at Helensburgh. She was known as

"Leba". She worked in the family's fruiterers' business. She never married.

She lived at 70 West Clyde Street, Helensburgh. Elizabeth d 19 Jan 1947 at

Victory Infirmar)', Helensburgh of paralysis. Her nephew, Arthur McCulloch

of 9 Giffrock Garden, was the informant on her death.
2-9 WALTER ARROLL, b 28 Oct 1862 at Helensburgh. WALTER worked with

RICHARD ARROLL (Paragraph 2-6, Page 186) pamting ornate ceilings. He

then came to the United States in 1882 and eventually settled in Mt. Vernon,

New York where he met and married his Welsh wife, Mary Davies, in 1888.

They had;

2-9-1 ROBERT ARROLL, b circa 1889 and d at birth.

2-9-2 JAMES OAKES ARROLL, b 27 Jan 1890 at Westchester County,
New York and d 6 Jan 1962 at Plymouth, New Hampshire. JAMES was a
Y.M.C.A. secretary and a member of the Jamaica, Long Island Masonic
Lodge. As a representative of the American Field Service, JAMES
distinguished himself in WW I for his reconstruction work in Armenia after
the Turkish genocide of the Armenian people. He and an associate, as
Captains in the American Field Service, actually ran Armenia for a number
of months during this period. He m circa 1919 to Ella Davis. Ella was a
Southerner, a pianist and had been an ambulance driver during WW I.
JAMES retired to Plymouth, New Hampshire. He served as development
director of Holdemess School for Boys. Ella d in 1976 in Laconia, New
Hampshire.

2-9-3 HELENA HUBBARD ARROLL, b 21 Jan 1893 in Westchester County,
New York. HELENA was a social worker. She was a 1st grade teacher for
the "Friendless in New York City" and a Parish visitor in "Hells Kitchen"
in New York City. She met Herbert T. Andrews, an artist for Rand
McNally. Herbert later became a minister. The couple married in 1917.
Herbert was b 7 Mar 1884. His first parish was in Bamsville, Minnesota
in 1924. In 1938 he was at the Congregation Church in Ada, Minnesota.
Helena won many prizes for her "quilting". The couple lived at the
Andrews' parental home at 208 Thorpe Ave., Ada, Minnesota. The couple
owned a small department store in Ada. Andrew retired in 1958. HELENA



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d 26 Feb 1987 at age 94. Andrew was 99 years old when he died on 1 Oct

1983. The couple is buried in Ada, Minnesota.

2-10 JAMES ARROLL, b 27 Mar 1864 at Helensburgh. He was known as

"JIMMY". He m on 15 Jun 1892 to Nimmo Neilson at Helensburgh.

Catherine was b circa 1869 at Fairy bank, George Street, Helensburgh, the

daughter of Andrew Neilson, a master baker, and Isabella Forsyth. JAMES

was a poulterer and fruiter. "JIMMY's" sisters, LEBA, BECKY, and ISOBEL,

worked in the fruiterer's shop. Catherine d 18 Apr 1952 at Marisbank Terrace,

34 William Street, Helensburgh of cardio-vascular degeneration. Her

residence was 5a William Street at the time of her death. They had:

2-10-1 WALTER RICHARD HUBBARD ARROLL, b 12 Nov 1893 at 2

William Street, Helensburgh and d 30 Jul 1895 at the hospital in

Helensburgh of scarlet fever.

2-10-2 ISOBEL NEILSON ARROLL, b 12 Jul 1895 at 2 William Street,

Helensburgh. She m 24 Sept 1930 to John Arthur MacFarlane, joiner.

John, b circa 1895, lived at 1 West King Street, Helensburgh. ISOBEL

was a shop assistant and lived at 5a William Street, Helensburgh. In

1987 she was in a nursing home in Helensburgh. Isobel d 18 Mar 1990

and was cremated.

2-10-3 ANDREW NEILSON ARROLL, b 6 Jun 1897 at 2 William Street,

Helensburgh. He m 10 Sept 1934 to Clara King Alexander Hall at

Blythswood, Glasgow. ANDREW was an electrician's mate (Admiralty)

and a maintenance electrician. He lived at 5 Ben Bowie Dr.,

Helensburgh. In 1935 they lived at Osborne Villa, School Road, Rhu.

ANDREW d 19 Apr 1971 at Vale of Leven Hospital, Alexandria,

Dunbarton of cerebral vascular accident and carcinoma of the prostate.

They had:

2-10-3-1 BESSIE CATHERINE ARROLL, b 20 Dec 1935 at the
Maternity Hospital, Glasgow. BESSIE was a stationary shop assistant.
She m 27 Sept 1958 to Thomas Isbister, a confectioner, at St.
Andrew's Church, Helensburgh. Thomas was b circa 1929, the son of
Thomas Isbister and Meta Nina Aus (dec) of 52a Sinclair St.,
Helensburgh. Thomas lived at 5 Ben Bowe Dr., Helensburgh. In
1987 they lived at 2 Castle Avenue, Balloch, Alexandria,
Dumbartonshire.
2-10-3-2 HELENA NEILSON ARROLL. b 8 Feb 1936 and d 5 Oct 1969
of a sudden subarachnoid hemorrhage after attending church services.
She died at Vale of Leven Hospital, Alexandria. She m 8 Feb 1956
to Thomas Trail McKerrow, a steel burner, at St. Andrew's Church,
Helensburgh. Thomas was the son of Thomas Agnes Muir. She lived
at 3 Claddich Cottage, Cardross. HELENA was a chemist's assistant.
Her usual address in 1969 was 5 West Trail, farm labourer, later a
motor driver, and Agnes Christie, later Argyle Street, Helensburgh.
2-10-3-3 ANDREA HALL ARROLL, b 25 Apr 1942 at 5A William
Street, Helensburgh. She was known as "ANGELA." She m 2 Apr



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1966 to Islvan Szabo, furniture paster, in Helensburgh. In 1987 she

resided in Australia.

2-10-4 HELENA DEBORAH HUBBARD ARROLL, b 19 Aug 1898 in

Helensburgh and d 9 Oct 1937, at age 39, at Helensburgh. She was

known as "LENA".

2-10-5 JAMES ARROLL, b 13 Dec 1900 at 70 West Clyde Street,

Helensburgh. JAMES d 30 Mar 1902 in Helensburgh of pneumonia and

cardiac failure.

2-10-6 WILLIAM JAMES ARROLL, b 1 Mar 1905 at 70 West Clyde

Street, Helensburgh. He was known as "BILLY." WILLIAM started

"taking fits" when he was sixteen years of age and d 1 1 Aug 1937.

2-1 1 ARCHIBALD ARROLL, b 20 May 1866 at Helensburgh and d 16 Aug 1935

at Christchurch, New Zealand. ARCHIBALD m on 24 May 1887 to Margaret

Kinghom in Edinburgh. Margaret, b circa 1868, was the daughter of James

Mowbray Kinghom and Elizabeth Ellen Ranson. Margaret d 27 May 1949 at

58 Gardner Street, Glasgow of cerebral thrombosis and hypostatic pneumonia.

ARCHIBALD'S occupation in 1889 is listed as a commercial traveler and was

later listed as Oil Merchant'. It is believed that ARCHIBALD had a business

partner named Johnston. In 1910 ARCHIBALD left his wife and children in

Glasgow and traveled to New Zealand by himself. He returned to Scotland

for a visit in 1912. When ARCHIBALD returned to New Zealand, his son,

JAMES MOWBRAY KINGHORN ARROLL, accompanied him. He was

living at 245 Madras Street, Christchurch, New Zealand when he d on 16 Aug

1935. He was buried at Bromley, Christchurch, New Zealand. ARCHIBALD

and Margaret had:

2-11-1 GERTRUDE MARGARET ARROLL, b 6 Oct 1887 at 3 Henderson



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