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1 ROBERT ARROL, b 9 Feb 1890 in Alton, Illinois. As a boy he was called
"Robbie", as a young man he was called "Rob" and after the death of his father, he
was called "Skotty" (He always spelled it with a "K"). He was 5 foot 9 inches tall
and weighed about 160 lb. At age 14 he went to work for the American Steel and
Wire Co. in Anderson, Indiana. He worked there for 24 years before moving to
Kokomo, Indiana in 1928 and going to work for Continental Steel Company. He
retired on 31 Mar 1955 after working for 50 years in steel mills. He m 2 May 1914
at 633 Greenup Street, Covington, Kentuck7 to Anna Leone Fischer, daughter of
John Fischer and Ida Mae Paschal. They were both living in Anderson, Indiana at
the time and eloped on a motorcycle to get married. They kept their marriage secret
for a while until they could establish a place to live. They made their final home at
210 S. Phillips in Kokomo, Indiana. Anna was b 13 Nov 1894 in Anderson, Indiana
and d 9 Aug 1958 of a cerebral hemorrhage at her home in Kokomo. Eventually
ROBERT moved into a house at 256 West Main, Areola, Illinois that was purchased
for his use by his son. Several months before his death he sustained a fractured
vertebra that necessitated his move into the Edna Davis Nursing Home in Areola,
Illinois He d on 3 Nov 1974. ROBERT and Anna are buried in the Maplewood
Cemetary, Anderson, Indiana. They had:

1-1 ROBERT NORMAN ARROL, b 15 Jun 1920 in Anderson, Indiana. In Kokomo,
Indiana he was a member of the runner-up team in the Indiana State Y
Basketball Tournament and was a frequent high scorer (1934-38). He was a
member of the National Honor Society while in Kokomo High School, as was
his future bride. On 26 Nov 1938 he m Betty Jo Hancock, daughter of Ennis
Cleo Hancock and Elsie Mane Kerby, at Westfield, Indiana. Betty was b 22 Jan
1922 in Kokomo, Indiana ROBERT attended the Indianapolis College of



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Pharmacy (now Butler University) 1938/42 and graduated as valedictorian of his
class. While in school he was awarded the Trustee's Scholarship Award for
outstanding work in the department of Pharmacy. For one year he was president
of Kappa Psi Professional Fraternity. He served in the U.S. Army during WW
II as a pharmacist in various U.S. Army general hospitals in the
China-Burma-India Theatre of Operations. He was the owner of the Arrol Drug
Store in Areola, Illinois from 1948 to 1984. ROBERT attained international
recognition for his Arrol Coffee Club featured on the CBS National Television
in 1977 by Charles Kuralt. He also appeared in Kuralt's book, "On the Road"
and the June 1986 issue of Reader's Digest. ROBERT and Betty Jo were
honored in 1985 by the City of Areola by being selected the Grand Marshalls
of the annual Areola Broomcom Festival. ROBERT was an Areola City
Alderman for 8 years, Mayor Pro-Tem of the City of Areola (1960-61), President
of the Areola Chamber of Commerce, and an elected member of the Douglas
County Board of Supervisors (1986 thru 1994). He was an original member of
the Areola School Board Selection Committee and one of the founding members
of the East Central Illinois Pharmaceutical Association. He was also a member
of the Indiana and Illinois Pharmaceutical Associations. He was respected for
his views and opinions. He was a sound, logical thinker, seldom allowing
emotions to enter into his very reasonable thought process. He was known for
his bold signature. He enjoyed golfing and bowling. ROBERT and Betty had
one son:

1-1-1 ROBERT NORMAN ARROL, b 19 Nov 1939 at St. Joseph's Hospital in
Kokomo, Indiana. He started first grade in Kokomo, Indiana, attended school
in Gary, Indiana for part of the third grade, and finished the rest of grade
school in Areola, Illinois where he graduated on 26 May 1953. He attended
high school in Areola where he graduated on 28 May 1957, first in his class
with a straight A average. ROBERT attended Tulane University in New
Orleans, Louisiana (1957) and received his B.S. on 28 May 1962 with a
major in pyschology and a minor in Chemistry. On 1 June 1964 he received
his M.D. degree from Tulane Medical School. While in undergraduate
school at Tulane he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity,
serving as its secretary in 1959. As an alumni he remained active, becoming
first a Century Member, then a Mosely Member, and finally a Founder
Member in 1987. While in medical school he was a member of Nu Sigma
Nu Medical Fraternity. On 19 Oct 1963 he m Priscilla Joyce Bolles,
daughter of James Coy Bolles and Leona Marian Day, at St. Matthew's
United Methodist Church in Metairie, Louisiana. "Pris" was b 31 Aug 1942
in Plainfield, New Jersey. ROBERT served a one year rotating internship in
Decatur Macon County Hospital in Decatur Macon County Hospital in
Decatur, Illinois from 30 June 1964 to 30 June 1965. On 13 June 1964 he
became licensed to practice medicine in Louisiana and on 20 July 1965 he
became licensed to practice medicine in Illinois. ROBERT began the private
practice of medicine at 126 South Locust, Areola, Illinois on 9 August 1965.
In March 1966 he entered active service with the United States Air Force as



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Captain (MC), FV3 187508. He did his military orientation at Gunter AFB
in Montgomery, Alabama and then served as Base Surgeon, Manzano AFB,
Albuquerque, New Mexico (an atomic weapons storage base requiring top
secret clearance) until March of 1968. After being released from active
service he became a member of the inactive reserve until his final discharge
on 14 April 1968. On 1 March 1968 the Base Commander at Manzano AFB
presented him with the Joint Service Commendation Medal for his
contributions to his country. The medal was awarded for his part in greatly
reducing the medical budget and waste of the facility. On 1 April 1968 he
resumed his practice in Areola, Illinois, doing general medicine, obstetrics,
pediatrics and general surgery. On 31 January 1971 they purchased their
home at 244 South Ridge in Areola, Illinois where the family lived until the
present (1993). ROBERT was elected to the Areola Board of Education from
1971 to 1977 and served as its secretary (1975-76). In 1972 he was
appointed a member of the Douglas County Board of Health, a position he
served (except from 1976-78) until the present (1993). He served as its
president from 1972 to 1976. In 1973 ROBERT received the Outstanding
Young Men of America award. On 1 May 1973 he was apponted City
Health Officer of Areola, Illinois and retained that office until the present
(1993). From 1975 to 1976 he served as a Clinical Associate, and from 1976
to 1989 he served as a Clinical Instructor, in the school of Basic Medical
Science at the University of Illinois Medical School. On 6 June 1 975 he was
elected membership into the American Academy of Family Physicians,
attending convocation in September 1981 in Las Vegas, Nevada. On 1 April
1988 he was appointed as the Plant Physician for the USI Division of
Quantum, a chemical plant, in Tuscola, Illinois, a position he retained to the
present (1993). On 8 February 1989 he was appointed Coroner's Physician
for Douglas County, Illinois. Since 1965 he was a member of the Douglas
County Medical Society and served as president in 1975, 1976, 1981, 1982
and the last half of 1988; as vice-president in 1973, 1974, 1979 and 1980;
and secretary-treasurer from 1985 thru the present (1993). Since 1965 he
was a member of the lllmois State Medical Society and from 1981 thru the
present (1993) served as its delegate from Douglas County. Since 1965 he
was a member of the American Medical Association and received the three
year AMA Physician's Recognition Award in 1979, 1982, 1985, 1988, and
1991. ROBERT was a member of the Douglas County Jarman Memorial
Medical Staff from 1965 until its closure in 1 June 1990. He served as chief
of staff in 1975, 1976, 1981 and 1982; vice president in 1973, 1974, 1979
and 1980; and secretary treasurer in 1985, 1986, 1987 and last half of 1988.
He was a member of the active medical staff at Covenant Hospital in Urbana,
Illinois from 1990 to present (1993). He was a member of the courtesy
medical staff of Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center in Mattoon, Illinois from
1990 to present (1993). He was a member of the American Legion Post
#639 since 1969 and was a sustaining member of the Republican Party since
1972. He was a member of the Areola Chamber of Commerce since 1969.



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ROBERT and Priscilla had:

1-1-1-1 TRACY LEIGH ARROL, b 25 May 1964 at New Orleans,
Louisiana. On 29 Dec 1987 at the First Christian Church in Areola,
Illinois she m to Michael Harold Icenogle, son of Harold Icenogle and
Barbara Shields. Mike graduated from Millikin University in Decatur,
Illinois in 1985 in Medical Technology. TRACY attended two years at
the University of Illinois in interior design and one year at Parkland
College in Champaign, Illinois where she received her licensed practical
nurse degree in 1986, followed by two years of nursing school at the
same facility. In 1992 TRACY was a licensed real estate agent and
Michael was a pharmaceutical representative with Lederle Laboratories.
They had: 1) Kerby Alisabeth, b 20 May 1989 at Urbana, Illinois and 2)
Aubrey Cathleen, b 5 Mar 1991 at Urbana, Illinois.

1-1-1-2 ROBERT NORMAN ARROL, b 17 Jun 1968 at Tuscola, Illinois.
ROBERT attended Areola grade and high school where he was an honor
student and a member of the National Honor Society. He majored in
Communications at Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois and graduated
on 20 May 1990 with a B.A. degree. In 1990 ROBERT was employed
by Covenant Hospital in Urbana, Illinois and then worked as a marketing
associate with Health Images Inc., working out of Effingham, Illinois.
In 1992 he entered the University of Illinois to obtain his MBA. degree.
His main interest was music and he formed and played bass and lead
guitar in several bands.

1-1-1-3 KERRI JO ARROL, b 26 Dec 1969 in Tuscola, Illinois, She
attended Areola grade and high school where she was an honor student
and a member of the National Honor Society. She attended Eastern
Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois and graduated on 9 May 1992
with a B.A. degree in English While in school she was a member of
Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority where she served as vice-president (1990-
91) and president (1991-92). In 1992 she was employed as a marketing
representative for Health Images Inc., working out of Effingham, Illinois.
On 5 Jun 1993 she married Bradley (Brad) Mitchell at the First Christian
Church in Areola, Illinois. He was b 17 Sept 1970, the son of Dennis
Eugene Mitchell and Sandra Jean Perdew of Tremont, Illinois. Brad
graduated from Eastern Illinois University on 13 Dec 1992 with a B.A.
degree in English. Brad was an insurance agent for County Companies
Life Insurance Company.

1-1-1-4 SCOTT KERBY ARROL, b 13 Jun 1972 in Tuscola, Illinois. In

1973 he developed acute myelognous leukemia and in 1974 he was the

youngest patient ever to receive a bone marrow transplant. The donor

was his sister, TRACY. He d 1 Feb 1975 of leukemia at his home at

244 S. Ridge, Areola, Illinois.

1-2 PHYLLIS JANE ARROL, b 14 Apr 1923 in Anderson, Indiana and m 12 Sept

1943 to Henry Addison Harris at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, when he was in the

U.S. Army Air Force. Henry was b 9 Nov 1924 in Kokomo, Indiana, the son



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of Henry Harris and Lucy Mae Thatcher. They had one child, Carol Jane Harris,

b 26 Sept 1944, m 18 June 1966 to Clifford Thorbum Loder (who died of a

massive heart attack on 24 Dec 1981 at Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey) and

who had two children: 1) Terrance Clifford Loder, b 5 Dec 1966; and 2) their

adopted son, Edward Clifford Loder, b 5 Jan 1968. Terrance m 9 Aug 1986 at

Kokomo, Indiana to Rebecca Sue McCain. They divorced in 1990. Phyllis and

Henry lived most of their lives at 210 S. Phillips in Kokomo, Indiana (the home

of her parents, ROBERT and Anna ARROL) until 1990 when they moved to

Naples, Florida.

THOMAS EDWARD ARROL, b 18 or 20 Aug 1892 at Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

He m Myrtle Stoker and later divorced. He d in Dec of 1961 at Marion, Indiana and

is buried there. Myrtle is buried in an unmarked grave beside him. During

prohibition TOM became involved as a "runner" for the Al Capone group, carrying

boot-leg liquor in the rumble seat of his car. He became quite wealthy. During one

of his "runs" he was stopped in Peru, Indiana and subsequently served a short time

in prison in Michigan City, Indiana. About 1935 he and a friend, "Babe" Moreland,

opened a luxurious dance-hall and bar in Marion, Indiana named ARMO (for

Arrol-Moreland). He later lost this and opened a small tavern-restaurant. During this

time he continued working for Standard Oil Company, driving trucks, filling tanks,

etc. He died penniless.

3 GORDON ARROL, b circa 1895 and d 7 Oct 1906 of mushroom poisoning at
Anderson, Indiana. He is buried in grave #88, Section #27, in the East Maplewood
Cemetary, Anderson, Indiana.

4 MYRTLE ARROL, b circa 1899 and d 6 Oct 1906 of mushroom poisoning at
Anderson, Indiana. She is buried in grave #82, Section #27, in the East Maplewood
Cemetary, Anderson, Indiana.

I Continued: ROBERT ARROL m 2nd on 8 Dec 1908 to Emma Oxley, the daughter of
Enos Oxley and Rachel Jones. She was b 5 Mar 1873 in Delaware Co. Indiana. They
lived in Reading, Ohio for a short time before moving to Portland, Indiana. In Sept
1910 they moved to Marion, Indiana where ROBERT worked as a glassblower for
Foster Forbes. Except for a short time when they lived in a home on a small island
on Lake Manitau, Rochester, Indiana, they lived at various addresses in Marion,
Indiana. They eventually settled at 612 N. McClure Street where he died suddenly of
a "stroke" on 21 Jun 1941. Emma d 26 Dec 1964 at the Kokomo Convalescent Center
in Kokomo, Indiana. They are both buried in the I. OOF Cemetary in Marion,
Indiana. At age 61, ROBERT was listed on a hunting and fishing license as "weight
175 lb., height 5 foot 8 inches, black hair, brown eyes, and light complexion." Robert
and Emma had:

1 WALTER ARROL, b 18 Sept 1909 in Reading, Ohio and d 21 Apr 1929 at the home
of his parents at 612 N. McClure, Marion, Indiana. He is buried beside his parents.



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Xffl THE ERROLS

WALTER ARROL/ERROL AND MARION GARTSHORE FAMILY

WALTER ARROL (See Section X, Paragraph 3, Page 222.), b circa 1823 at
Kirkintilloch, Dumbartonshire. In the 1851 census the name is spelled ARREL.
However, after WALTER married the family spelled their name ERROL. WALTER
was a cotton weaver in 1851 and in 1867 he was a fireman. Later he was a forger
in a locomotive works and then a gardener. He m circa 1843/44 to Marion Gartshore.
Marion was b circa 1821 in Kirkintilloch. They had:

1 JANET ERROL, b circa 1845. JANET was a cotton handloom weaver. She m 8
Nov 1867 to James Christie. James was a miner and collier enginekeeper. James
was b circa 1845, the son of John Christie (dec), labourer and a railway platelayer,
and Margaret Prentice. JANET d 1 1 Aug 1912 at Back OLock Road, Kirkintilloch
of carcinoma. Her usual address was 763 Hawthorn Street, Springbum. They had:
John Christie who lived at 106 Bucchech Street, Glasgow.

2 JOHN ERROL (also spelled ARLL), b 27 Apr 1848 at Waterside, Kirkintilloch.
JOHN was a cotton handloom weaver and later he was railway platelayer. JOHN
d at age 26 on 18 Jul 1874 as a result of being struck by a locomotive engine. He
died on a part of the North British Railway at or near East Bridge, Woodlie in
Kirkintilloch. (RCE, Volume I, page 173, 7 Aug 1874.)

3 JAMES ERROL, b 24 May 1852 at Waterside, Kirkintilloch. JAMES was a miner
who lived at Waterside, Kirkintilloch when he m 1st on 6 Mar 1874 to Isabella Jack
in Kirkintilloch. Isabella, b circa 1851, was the daughter of Alexander Jack,
ploughman, and Margaret McLaren. She lived at Hayston, Campsie when she
married. They lived at 85 Drumbottie Road when their children were married. In
1899 he was living at 21 King Street, Wishaw. They had:

3-1 WALTER ERROL, b 18 Mar 1876 at Waterside, Kirkintilloch. WALTER was
an iron forger. He m 24 Jun 1898 to Elizabeth Jane McLaughlin (McLauchian)
at 3 Bedlay Street, Dennistoun, Glasgow. He lived at 258 Springbum Road,
Glasgow. Elizabeth "Jeanie" was b circa 1867, the daughter of John
McLaughlin, carter, and Elizabeth Haggerty. She lived at 274 Springbum
Road, Glasgow. WALTER d 2 Oct 1934 of arteriosclerosis and cerebral
hemorrhage. They had:
3-1-1 JEANIE ERROL, b 19 Sept 1899 at 264 Springbum Road, Glasgow.

JEANIE d 2 Oct 1978.
3-1-2 JAMES McLaughlin ERROL, b 20 Jul 1902 at 252 Spnngbum Road,
Dennistoun, Glasgow. JAMES was a butcher. He m 20 Sept 1939 to
Rachel Mary Walker at The Church of Scotland, at Fallin, Bannockbum,
Scotland. Rachel was b circa 1914, the daughter of George Walker, an
engineer-fitter, and Jane Sharp. She lived at 21 Kersie Road, Throsk,
Stirling, Scotland. JAMES lived at 85 Drumbottie Road, Glasgow when
he married. He later lived at 16 Eldon Gardens, Bishopbriggs and 10 Park
Road, Elgin. JAMES d 3 Jul 1974 at Spyrie Hospital, Elgin of cerebral



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thrombosis. They had:

3-1-2-1 JEAN ERROL, b 9 Sep 1940 at 16 Eldon Gardens, Bishopbriggs,

Glasgow. JEAN was a staff nurse. JEAN m on 20 Jun 1963 at the

Church of Scotland, Burghead to Charles Edward Marshall. Charles,

a farmer, was b circa 1935, the son of Charles Marshall, a farmer, and

Elizabeth Taylor. JEAN and Charles had: 1) Pamela Ann, b Apr 18

1965 at Elgin, 2) Colin Ian, b 17 Mar 1968 at Elgm, and 3) Gail, b 16

Jun 1970.

3-1-2-2 LORNA ERROL, b 8 May 1944 at 16 Eldon Gardens,

Bishopbriggs, Glasgow. LORNA was a registered nurse. LORNA m

1st on 24 Mar 1966 to Frank Coutts at the Church of Scotland,

Burghead. Frank, a van salesman, was b circa 1921, the son of James

Coutts and Christie McKenzie. LORNA was living at 20 Grant Street,

Burghead and Frank at 35 Fourteenth Street, Burghead, when they

married. Frank was a baker's vanman and a butcher. The couple was

divorced 27 Apr 1978. They had: 1) Lorraine Ann, b 17 Jun 1966 at

Forres and d 16 Apr 1971 and 2) Wendy Mhairi, b 19 Nov 1967 and

d 1 Mar 1974 at Elgin. LORNA had two adopted daughters.

3-1-3 WALTER McLAUGHLIN ERROL, b 16 Apr 1905 at Helenslea,

Auchinaim. He was a motor van driver and a newsagents' assistant.

WALTER m 7 Aug 1931 to Marion Riddell Brett at 27 Angus Street,

Glasgow according to the forms of the Church of Scotland. Marion was

a flesher's saleswoman. Marion was b circa 1903 and lived at 436

Springbum Road, Glasgow. She was the daughter of William Brett, a

mason, and Marion Riddell (previously McCallum). The couple was

married at 27 Angus Street, Glasgow. WALTER lived at 85 Drumbottie

Road, Glasgow. WALTER d 28 Sep 1944 at Provan, Glasgow of coronary

thrombosis. Marion m 2nd on 27 Oct 1950 to Samuel Wheatley at

Blythswood, Glasgow. Samuel, a blacksmith, was the son of Samuel

Wheatley, a blacksmith, and Isabella Turner. Samuel had been married

previously and divorced. WALTER and Marion had:

3-1-3-1 MARION RIDDELL ERROL, b 28 Jan 1937 at 468 Springbum

Road, Glasgow. MARION was a clerkess. She m 20 Aug 1959 to

Ian Marshall at Sighthill Church, Springbum, Glasgow. Ian, a civil

engineer, was the son of James Wightman Marshall, a rate fixer at the

Ministry of Supply, and Helen Paterson Scouller They had: 1)

Douglas Britt, b 9 Oct 1963 at Glasgow and 2) Karen Beverley at

Glasgow.

3-1-4 MARION ERROL, b 3 Nov 1907 at 29 Galloway Street, Glasgow.

3-1-5 JOHN ERROL, b 6 May 1911 at 13 Reid Street, Springbum, Glasgow.

JOHN was in the RAF during WW II and served overseas. JOHN was a

masseur and a lay preacher. He never married. He d 29 Apr 1953 at

Hillhead, Glasgow of cerebral thrombosis and hypertension.

3-1-6 DAVID ERROL, b 12 May 1916 at 28 Adamswell Street, GamgadhiU,

Glasgow. DAVID was a butcher. He m 24 Feb 1944 to Mabel Monica



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Sequin at 85 Drumbottie Road, Glasgow. Mabel was a milliner. When
the couple was married, David was a Private in the Army Catering Corps
and Mabel was a Private in the Auxiliary Territorial Service. Mabel's
usual address was 32 Delamere Terrace, Harrow Road, London. Mabel
was bom circa 1918 in England, the daughter of Wilfred Seguin, a hotel
chef, and Elizabeth (Lizzie) Sarah Gaylor. Elizabeth was from Essendon,
Hertfordshire, England. Wilfred was French-Canadian. He arrived in
England after being wounded in WW I in France. DAVID served in
Ireland and m Belgium durmg WW II. He was a cook in the prison where
Lord Haw Haw was imprisoned. In 1947 Mabel was a dairy assistant.
DAVID d 22 Oct 1981 at St. Mary's Hospital, London. Mabel d 12 Dec
1987 at Hendon. They had:

3-1-6-1 MARGARET JANET ERROL, b 10 Mar 1947 at Paddington,
London. MARGARET lived at 32 Delamere Terrace, Paddington.
When MARGARET was 12 the family moved to Burnt Oak,
Middlesex. MARGARET m on 15 Mar 1964 to Derek John Spender
at the Parish Church, Hendon, Middlesex. David was b circa 1945,
the son of Frederick William Spender. David was a printer. In 1989
he and some associates started their own print business. MARGARET
resided in London. In 1989 she was membership secretary and
London Branch Secretary for the Clan Hay Society, and was employed
by Boosey & Hawkes, a musical instrument and music publishing
company. They had: 1) Julie, b 1 Feb 1965, who resided in Hong
Kong in 1990, and 2) Georgina, b 6 Nov 1971.
3-1-6-2 IRENE ERROL, b 6 May 1954 at Paddington, London. Irene m
circa 1975 to Ilkin Giritlioglou at London. They had: 1) Janan, b 19
Oct 1976; 2) Sarah, b 13 Apr 1980; and 3) Keven, b 30 Apr 1984.
3-2 MARION GARTSHORE ERROL, b 2 Mar 1878 at Waterside, Kirkintilloch.
3-3 ALEXANDER JACK ERROL, b 5 May 1880 at Waterside, Kirkintilloch and

d 25 Oct 1880 at Irvine of whooping cough.
Continued: JAMES ERROL, m 2nd on 5 Jun 1881 to Agnes Jane Sellars at
Waterside, Kirkintilloch. Agnes was b circa 1857, the daughter of Daniel Sellars
(dec), engineer, and Elizabeth Campbell of Waterside, Kirkintilloch. JAMES was
now a railway plate layer. They had:

3-4 ELIZABETH HAMILTON ERROL, b 5 Mar 1882 at Kirkintilloch. She m 1
Jun 1904 to James McNair, Jr. at Cambusnethan. James was an ironmonger,
b circa 1881, the son of James McNair, gas engineer, and Agnes Jamieson.
Both ELIZABETH and James lived at 8 Lighton Street, Wishaw when they
married.
3-5 JANET ERROL, b 27 Jun 1884 at Waterside, Kirkintilloch.
3-6 JAMES ERROL, b 18 Oct 1897 at 2 Young Terrace, Glasgow.
WALTER ERROL, b 16 Dec 1854 at Waterside, Kirkintilloch. He was an iron
forger. WALTER m 1 Jun 1877 to Jane Chapman at the Parish Church, Govan,
Glasgow. He lived at 489 Govan Road. Jane was a domestic servant. She was b
circa 1859, the daughter of Robert Chapman, a shoemaker, and Jane Maxwell. She



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lived at 34 Elder Street, Govan, WALTER d 17 Jan 1903 at 254 Caledonian Road,
Wishaw of acute meningitis. They had:

4-1 WALTER ERROL, later ARROL, b 27 Sept 1879 and d 27 Sept 1961 in

Glasgow. (See Section XIV, Paragraph I, Page 239.) WALTER was the

informant on his father's death. WALTER was a Sergeant Major in the British

Army during WW I. WALTER m 3 Dec 1897 to Robina Hazeldine at

Glasgow.

4-2 JANE CHAPMAN ERROL, b 25 Oct 1881 at Waterside, Kirkintilloch and d

6 Jul 1957 at Hill Hospital, Hartwood, Calderhead. Jane was a seamstress who

lived at 38E Academy Road, Wishaw.

4-3 JOHN ERROL, b 3 Jul 1883 at Coatdyke, New Monkland.

4-4 GEORGE CHAPMAN ERROL, b 15 Mar 1888 at Barmulloch, Glasgow.

GEORGE was a hammerman and a blacksmith. In 1908 he was a blacksmith

striker in an engine works. He was not married. GEORGE d circa 1945 at

Townhead, Glasgow. He and Annie McClymont, a baker's daughter, had three

children. Annie was a confectioner's assistant. They had:

4-4-1 WILLIAM ERROL, b 15 May 1908 at 14 Hercules Street, Darlington,

Durham, England. He was a blacksmith hammerman. He m 26 Jun 1931

to Mary Paterson Jeffrey Norris, a woolen winder, at 3 Leithenrood,

Innerleithen, Peebleshire. Mary was b circa 1908, the daughter of Mary

Jeffrey Norris, a woolen mill worker. She later m William Gall. Mary

lived at 3 Cathen Road, Innerleithen. It is believed that WILLIAM was

the father of AGNES ERROL and that Agnes Mount was the mother.

Agnes Mount, daughter of a labourer, was m to John Mount, a labourer.

Agnes, a shop assistant, with the consent of John Mount, sued WILLIAM

ERROL, of 78 Goulds Land, Cambusnethan, Wishaw, with the consent of

GEORGE ERROL, blacksmith, his father. The judge found the child

(AGNES) was illegitimate. (RCE, Volume 9, Page 202, 22 Sept 1926)

Agnes Mount and WILLIAM ERROL had:

4-4-1-1 AGNES ERROL, b 19 Jul 1926 at 7 Reid Street, Motherwell.



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