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up an anodising plant in the Peoples Republic of China. JOHN MATHEW
ARROL m 18 Nov 1952 to Alexandra Lynne Morrison in Papakura.
Alexandra was b 16 Feb 1954 in Te Puke, the daughter of Patrick William
Morrison, a motor mechanic from Aberdeenshire, Scotland, and Alice Mary
Smith. Alexandra graduated with a B.A. degree from Waikato University
in 1974 in Hamilton and attended Teachers Training College in Auckland
for her post graduate course work. Lynne was a teacher and an assistant



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department head at Papakura High School, Papakura. She was a resource
teacher for visually impaired students in Manurea, New Zealand. In
Singapore she was active in A.N.Z.A., and in formal children's activities.
The family returned to New Zealand in mid- 1990 and JOHN was
appointed managing director of the firm. In 1993 the family returned
again to Singapore where they made their home. They had:
3-3b-l-l-l JESSICA MARGARET ARROL, b 7 Mar 1985 in Auckland,
New Zealand.

3-3b-l-l-2 MATHEW PATRICK ARROL, b 23 Oct 1990 in Auckland,

New Zealand.

3-3b-l-2 MARIE ARROL, b 4 May 1952 in Bellshill, Scotland. She emigrated

with her family to New Zealand in Aug 1962. They originally settled in

Opotiki. MARIE m circa 1975 to Russell Searle in Whakatane, New

Zealand. Russell was a landscape gardner and MARIE was an assistant

teacher. They had: Leon and John Searle.

3-3b-2 GEORGE ARROL, b 26 May 1923 at 8 Montgomery Street, Bridgeton,

Glasgow. He d on 13 May 1924 at Children's Hospital, Glasgow.
3-3b-3 DOUGLAS ARROL, b 18 Apr 1925 at 75 Eglinton Street, Beith, Ayrshire.
DOUGLAS d 23 May 193 1 in Bridgeton, Glasgow when he was six years old.
3-3b-4 MARGARET ARROL, b 23 Nov 1927 at Blythswood, Glasgow.
MARGARET attended advanced division - Cubie School in Bridgeton,
Glasgow and was a nurse's aide. MARGARET immigrated to New Zealand in
1947 on a New Zealand Government program. She had to work for two years
as part of the program to pay her passage to New Zealand. She m Bill Storer
on 17 Jun 1950 in Opotiki, New Zealand. The couple met in a hospital where
MARGARET was employed and where Bill was a patient for two broken arms
received when he was thrown off a horse. The couple had: 1) Douglas James,
b 24 Oct 1951 at Opotiki. Douglas m 29 Jul 1972 to Valerie May Windle in
Opotiki. Valerie May was b 9 Jun 1955 at Tokoroa. They had: a) Kyra May,
b 9 Jan 1973 at Hamilton; b) Clinton William, b 17 Nov 1974 at Hamilton; and
c) Jovan Luke, b 23 Jan 1980 at Hamilton; 2) Linda Margaret, b 26 Oct 1953
at Opotiki. Linda m 28 Jul 1973 to Gary Wenham, a dairy farmer, and they
had: Jason, Angela, Melissa and Nicole; 3) Maureen Ann, b 29 Oct 1955 at
Opotiki. Maureen m 11 Sept 1982 to James Crosswell. They had: a) Sarah
Ann, b 15 Aug 1984, b) Emma Margaret, b 6 Apr 1986 and c) Rebecca Jane,
b 9 Aug 1988; and 4) Isabella, b 26 Jan 1962 at Opotiki who m 9 May 1981
to Edwin Loynes. They had Isobel and Elizabeth.
3-3b-5 ELIZABETH ORR STOBO ARROL, b 8 Mar 1929 at 166 Claythom Street,
Calton, Glasgow. She was known as "BETTY". She m 16 Mar 1951 to
George McClure, a plumber and gas fitter, at Netherton St. Matthews Church
of Scotland, Glendinning Road, Knightswood, Glasgow. George was b 30 Dec
1925 in Rotten Row Maternity Hospital, Glasgow. The couple met m the
Dennistoun, Glasgow Pli-De-Dance Hall in Dec 1949. BETTY' was an
auxiliary nurse. They lived at 50 Blairdardie Road, Knightswood, Glasgow
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airways' disease. They had: 1) Gordon, b 22 Dec 1951 at 112 Glendinning

Road, Knightswood, Glasgow. Gordon attended Broadholm Primary and

Waverley Senior Secondary Schools, Glasgow. He was junior sports champion

in 1966. He was employed by the post office in 1971 and m 22 Mar 1974 to

Elizabeth Anne Mcllveen at St. Andrews Church, Drumchapel. They had:

David, b 20 Jan 1976 at Glasgow and Alan, b 14 May 1979 at Glasgow. They

resided at 89 Croftfoot Road, Croftfoot, Glasgow; 2) George b 2 Feb 1954. He

attended Broadholm Primary and Waverley Senior Secondary Schools,

Glasgow. George was employed as a service engineer for Taylor Woodworth

Ltd. He m in Sept 1975 to Ann Sargeant at St. Margarets Church,

Knightswood. Ann was a nurse. They had: Jacqueline, b 28 Nov 1976 and

Lynsay, b 19 Aug 1981.

3-3b-6 ISABELLA ISA' SIMPSON STOBO ARROL, b 18 Apr 1931 at 205 Orr

Street, Calton, Glasgow. The middle name SIMPSON came from her maternal

grandfather's 2nd wife's surname. ISA attended Knightswood Secondary School

m Glasgow from 18 Oct 1938 to 29 Jun 1945. ISA was employed at Collars,

Ltd. in Glasgow prior to emigrating to New Zealand in 1958 with her parents

on the "SS Sibajak". She was employed by the post office as a switch board

operator for six months and then at the Opotiki hospital for 10 years as a

domestic after settling in New Zealand. ISA purchased and paid for her own

home in New Zealand prior to her marriage. She m 27 Jul 1968 to Stan Batey

at the Methodist Church in Opotiki. Stan was b 13 Jan 1928 in Opotiki, the

son of George Graham Batey and Eva Storer. Stan served in Korea with the

New Zealand Territorials in an artiller}' unit circa 1953-54. Stan was employed

in forestry, in his own shoe repair business and as a driver of a petrol truck

Stan also owned a roller skating rink. Stan had to close the roller skating rink

as a result of floods in Opotiki He retired on 31 July 1989 following 23 years

of employment with the Milk Products Co., an agent for Shell Oil Company.

They had: Caroline Anne, b 25 Dec 1969. In 1989, Carol, as she was known,

was an office employee for Group Maintenance Ltd. The family lived at 14

Hydro Road, Edgecumbe, Bay-of-Plenty, New Zealand in 1990.

3-3b-7 DOUGLAS ARROL, b 21 May 1933 at 205 Orr Street, Calton, Glasgow.

DOUGLAS was a mail van driver when he m 31 Aug 1957 to May Cheate

Frith at Kelvin, Glasgow. MAY, b circa 1932, a laboratory assistant, was the

daughter of Campbell Houston Frith, a head postman, and Mary Wallan.

DOUGLAS was living at 1 12 Glendinning Road, Glasgow and May was living

at 15 Clelland Avenue when they married. DOUGLAS was a postman. In

1987 they resided at 5 Fereneze Drive, East Crescent, Knightswood, Glasgow.

3-4 JOHN ARROL, b 17 Apr 1889 at 7 Marlborough Street, Glasgow and d 1 May

1889 at age 2 weeks of marasmus. (See RCE, Vol 2, p 236)

4 JOHN ARROL, b 19 Apr 1861. JOHN was an electro-plater. He m on 27 Jun 1888

to Margaret TumbuU at 129 Dundas Street, Glasgow. Margaret, an electro-plate

burnisher, was b circa 1862, the daughter of William Tumbull, a commercial traveler,

and Catherine Eraser. Margaret d 23 Apr 1924 at Cathcart, Glasgow. JOHN d 2 Jul

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was living at 255 Onslow Road at the time of his death. They had:

4-1 JOHN ARROL, b 7 Mar 1890 at 123 John Knox Street, Glasgow. JOHN was a

shipping clerk when he married and later became a shipping company manager. He

was employed by the Anchor-Donaldson Line. He m 7 Mar 1919 to Catherine

Lambert Andrew at 33 Afton Street, Cathcart. Catherine, a typist, was the daughter

of John Andrew, a drapery manufacturer's agent, and Mary Ann Ralston. JOHN d

9 Jan 1952 at 33 Blairbeth Road, Rutherglen of cerebral thrombosis. Catherine d 31

Jan 1959 at Strathclyde Hospital, Motherwell of cerebral thrombosis and chronic

bronchitis. Her usual residence in 1959 was at 33 Blairbeth Road, Rutherglen.

4-1-1 JOHN ANDREW ARROL, b 8 Sept 1924 at 1 13 Kilmarnock Road, Glasgow.

JOHN was a flour miller's traveller. He m 19 Nov 1949 to Constance Mary

Nicol at 19 Gordon Street, Glasgow. Constance, a radiographer (x-ray

technician), was b circa 1 924, the daughter of Jane Campbell Nicol, a paint and

varnish traveller, and Alice Mary Kerr (dec). JOHN was living at 4 Blairbeth

Road, Rutherglen and Constance was living at 22 Blairbeth Road, Rutherglen

when they married. The couple lived at 13 Springfield Park Road in 1952 and

in 1990 they lived at 10 Bradda Ave., Rutherglen. They had:

4-1-1-1 COLIN JOHN NICOL ARROL, b 8 Feb 1951 at Hillhead, Glasgow.

COLIN JOHN, an insurance inspector, m 7 Feb 1976 to Janet Margaret

Angus Ferguson at Rutherglen, Glasgow. She was previously m to —

McKay. They resided at 6 Kilpatrick Gardens, Clarkston. COLIN and

Janet had:

4-1-1-1-1 STEWART JOHN ARROL, b 15 Nov 1977 at Royal Maternity

Hospital, Glasgow.
4-1-1-1-2 KRISTY ANNE ARROL, b 7 May 1980 at Royal Maternity
Hospital, Glasgow.
4-1-1-2 ALISON JOYCE ARROL, b 28 Jan 1954 at Redlands Hospital at
Hillhead, Glasgow. ALLISON was living at 10 Bradda Avenue, Bumside,
Rutherglen in 1 976 when she was a witness to the marriage of her sister,
JUNE CATHERINE.
4-1-1-3 JUNE CATHERINE ARROL, b 7 Aug 1956 at 10 Bradda Ave.
Cambuslang. JUNE was a student of history when she m on 1 Jul 1976
to Andrew Douglas McDougall in Glasgow. Andrew, a civil engineer, was
b 4 Sept 1952, the son of Andrew Wallace McDougall, a chartered
accountant, and Caroline Louise Fenwick. JUNE was living at 10 Bradda
Avenue, Bumside, Rutherglen and Andrew was living at 38 Calderwood
Road, Glasgow when they married.
4-2 CATHERINE ERASER ARROL, b 27 Jan 1892 at 123 John Knox Street, Glasgow.
CATHERINE m 24 Aug 1920 to John Ireland at the Douglas Hotel, Glasgow. John,
a shipping clerk, perhaps for the Anchor-Donaldson Line, was b circa 1890, the son
of James Ireland, a wine and spirit merchant, and Margaret Ireland. CATHERINE
was living at 26 Battlefield Gardens, Glasgow and John resided at 281 Sauchihall
Street, Glasgow, when they married. They had: James Eraser Ireland, b 23 May
1923 at 6 Chatham Place, Glasgow.



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I JOHN ARROLL AND ANN TYTLER FAMILY

I WALTER ARROLL, cotton weaver, b circa 1750. WALTER was believed m circa

1780 to Mary Bazilli(e) who d 9 Apr 1866 at 1 McEwan St., Glasgow of age and

general debility. JOHN ARROLL was the informant on WALTER ARROLL's death.

1 JOHN ARROLL, b circa 1783, a handloom weaver. JOHN m 18 May 1815 to Ann

Tytler at Abbey Parish, Paisley, County Renfrew. Ann was b circa 1785, the

daughter of William Tytler, a writer's clerk, and Christina Langmuir. Ann d 22 Aug

1863 at 69 Causeyside Street, Paisley. JOHN d 15 Oct 1858, age 75, of paralysis,

at 1 1 McEwan Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow. His burial place was at Eastern

Necropolis, Glasgow. (The name was originally spelled with a double 1, i.e. ArroU.)

They had:

1-1 WILLIAM ARROL (ARRAL), b circa 1821. He m 19 Nov 1858 to Ann

McGhee. (See WILLIAM ARROL and ANNIE McGHEE family. Page 293.)
1-2 JAMES ARROL, b circa 1822 at Paisley, County Renfrew. He d 6 Nov 1871
at 176 Stirling Road, Glasgow. JAMES d "of disease of the heart and dropsy".
In 1855 JAMES ARROL was a collier in New Monkland, County Lanark and
in 1863 he lived at 65 Canal St., Paisley. In 1864 he was a shawl weaver. At
his death in 1871 he was a mill warper. The 1871 census showed the family
living at 176 Stirling Road, "a 3 roomed tenement." JAMES m on 16 Jun 1843
to Jean (Jane) Butchert (Jean's surname was variously spelled as Butchert,
Butchart, Butchard, and Butcher. However, it is spelled Butchert in the original
old parish records at the time of their marriage by Rev. D. Macnair.) Both
JAMES and Jean were residing in Charleston, Abbey Parish (Paisley) at the time
of their marriage. Jean Butchert was b circa 1825/26 at Campsie, Stirlingshire.
Jane d 6 Apr 1904 at Auchterderran at 29 South Street, Lochgelly of cardiac
disease and pulmonary edema. Their son, GEORGE, was present at her death.
They had:

1-2-1 CHRISTINA ARROL, b circa 1843. CHRISTINA m 30 Oct 1863 to
Robert Young at Paisley. Robert was a reed maker. In 1934 they lived at
16 Elm Row, Galashiels. CHRISTINA d 14 Sep 1934 at Glashiels.
1-2-2 ANNE ARROL, b circa 1846. ANNE (ANNIE) was a powerloom weaver.
She lived at 24 West Street, Paisley in 1867. ANNIE m 9 Aug 1867 to
Edward Cooney at 121 George Street, Paisley, according to the forms of the
Church of Scotland. Edward was a rope spinner. He was b circa 1847, the
son of Edward Cooney, a mason's labourer, and Sally O'Donnell. In 1919
they lived at 26 Newton Street, Paisley. ANNIE d 3 Oct 1919 of cardiac
failure at Paisley.
1-2-3 JOHN ARROL, b circa 1848 at New Monkland, County Lanark. JOHN
m 31 Oct 1867 to Janet Wilson at 29 Maxwellton, Paisley. Janet, a mill
worker, was b circa 1848, the daughter of Thomas Wilson, druggist, and
Janet Gibb. She lived at 29 Marwelter, Paisley. JOHN, a warper, lived at
64 Matland Street, Paisley. JANET d 6 Jan 1868, age 19, of pleurisy at 29
Maxwellton, Paisley.



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1-2-4 Name unknown.

1-2-5 ELIZABETH ARROL, b circa 1853 in Paisley. ELIZABETH m onl3 Jun

1872 to Andrew Chalmers, a general labourer at High Chruch, Glasgow.

She d 11 Jan 1920 at 13 West High Street, Kirkintilloch as a result of

"incompetence of the heart valves." They had: Andrew Chalmers who lived

at 3 Ettrick Place, Pollokshields in 1920.

1-2-6 ROBERT ARROL, b 4 Apr 1855 at Petersbum, New Monkland.

ROBERT was a carter on the docks in Glasgow. ROBERT m 15 Sept 1874

to Elizabeth Withers, a thread winder. The couple was m at 34 Bright

Street in Springbum, Glasgow in accordance with the forms of the Primitive

Methodist Church. Elizabeth was b circa 1851/53. She was living at 138

Gamgad Road, Glasgow at the time of her marriage. Elizabeth was the

daughter of William Withers, fumaceman, and Elizabeth Findlay. ROBERT

also lived at 138 Gamgad Road at the time of the marriage. They lived at

196 Gamgadhill Road, Glasgow in 1918. ROBERT d 22 Sept 1918 at

Gamgadhill, Glasgow of heart disease. Elizabeth d 12 Sept 1921 at 133

Balamock Road, Glasgow of valve disease of the heart. Elizabeth's usual

address was 250 Gamgadhill. ROBERT and Elizabeth had:

1-2-6-1 JEAN (JEANIE) ARROL, b 30 June 1876 at Tudhope's Land,

Sunnyside, Old Monkland. She m 30 Oct 1896 to Henry McVey, a

carter, of 51 Rosemount Street, Glasgow. Henry was the son of John

McVey, carter, and Mar>' Hasson. The couple was m at St. Mungo's

Chapel, Glasgow. She was living at 176 Gamgad Road, Glasgow when

they were married. JEANIE d 7 Feb 1943 at 10 Tumer Street, Glasgow

(She was last seen alive at 10:25 pm on 6 Feb 1943.) of cardiac syncope

and natural causes. They had: John McVey who lived at 14 Blockhaim

Road, Glasgow in 1943.

1-2-6-2 ELIZABETH ARROL, b 1 Mar 1878 at 21 St. Mungo

Street, Glasgow. ELIZABETH lived at 176 Gamgad Road. She m 22

Mar 1901 to Archibald Kennedy, an iron worker, later a coal miner, at

Lockhart House, Dennistoun, Glasgow. Archibald was b circa 1878, the

son of Robert Kennedy, iron worker, and Martha Morton of 196 Gamgad

Road. A witness to the wedding was Susan Nelson (See Section II,

Paragraph II, Page 289.) and her brother, JAMES (See Paragraph 1-1-6-2

below.). ELIZABETH d 8 Feb 1959 at 177 Motherwell Road, Bellshill

of broncho-pneumonia, chronic bronchitis and myocarditis.

1-2-6-3 JAMES ARROL, b 25 Nov 1879 at Dobbies' Loan, St. Rollox,

Glasgow. JAMES m 13 Sept 1901 to Susan Nelson. He d 26 Jun 1960.

(See JAMES ARROL and SUSAN NELSON family, page 289.)

1-2-6-4 AGNES ARROL, b 15 Sept 1881 at 176 Gamgad Road, Glasgow.

AGNES was a thread mill operator. She m 18 Jul 1913 to John George

Heron at 130 Balgray Hill, Glasgow. John, a steel worker, was b circa

1876, the son of John Heron, a labourer, and Mary Ann Shick. AGNES

was living at Genniston Lodge, Gamgad Road and John at 105 Forge

Street, Glasgow when they married AGNES d 20 Jan 1949 at 52



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Rosemount St., Glasgow of cardiac failure, a senile heart, acute
broncho-pneumonia and chronic bronchitis. They had: Jeanie Heron who
m — Glen.
1-2-6-5 JESSIE ARROL, b 1 Dec 1883 at 176 Gamgad Road, Glasgow.
JESSIE m circa 1908 to John OTMeil, a railway roadman. She d 28 Nov
1944 at 37 Lea Ave., Neilston of carcinoma of the mammae and vascular
degeneration.
1-2-6-6 ROBERT ARROL, b 16 Nov 1885 at Gamgad Road, Mount
Pleasant, Glasgow. ROBERT was a dock labourer and carter on the
docks of Glasgow. The badge permitting one to work on the docks is
passed down from father to son, from one generation to the next.
ROBERT m 24 Jun 1910 to Elizabeth "Lizzie" Ruddy in St. Rollox,
Glasgow. The couple was m at the United Free Church of Scotland on
Hartfield Street. Elizabeth's residence at the time of the marriage was 82
Parliment Road. She was b circa 1888, the daughter of Ennis Ruddy, an
engineer's labourer, and Mary Ann McCanville. Lizzie was a cotton mill
worker at the time of her marriage. She was b circa 1889/90. The couple
had eight children. In 1925 the family lived at 6 Burrell's Lane, Glasgow.
ROBERT spent his summers in Tomitoul, Aberdeenshire and the children
joined him there. Elizabeth d 10 Oct 1947 at Royal Infirmary, Glasgow
of lysol poisoning and broncho-pneumonia. In 1947 they lived at 4
Allander St., Glasgow. ROBERT d 7 Oct 1968 at Stobhill Hospital of
broncho-pneumonia and cancer of the lung. His address in 1968 was 4
Allander Street, Glasgow. They had:
1-2-6-6-1 ROBERT ARROL, b 7 Dec 1912 at 2 Provanhill Street,

Glasgow and d 22 Dec 1912 of icterus.
1 -2-6-6-2 JOHN ARROL, b 28 Apr 1 9 1 4 at 1 03 Kennedy Street, Glasgow.
JOHN, as his father and grandfather before him, was a carter, the
badge being passed down to him from his father. He m on 28 Oct
1944 to Margaret Maggie" Robinson at Skelmersdale Parish Church,
Ormskirk, Lancashire, England. Maggie was the daughter of George
Robinson, a labourer. Maggie was living at Homedale', Marchbank
Road, Skelmorsdale when she married. During WW II JOHN was in
the Medical Corp in the British Army and was stationed in East
Africa. In 1945 he lived at 4 Allander Street, Possilpark, Glasgow.
JOHN d on 27 Feb 1986 m Glasgow after several heart attacks. He
had rheumatoid arthritis during the last twenty-five years of his life.
They had:

1.2-6-6-2-1 ELIZABETH RUDDY ARROL, b 1 May 1945 in
Glasgow. She m 31 Mar 1967 to James Byrne at St. Teresa's
Roman Catholic Church in Glasgow. James, a tile fixer, was the
son of Thomas Bryne, a cable joiner, and Mary Cook MacFarlane.
ELIZABETH was living at 20 Howgate Avenue, Glasgow and
James at 95 Killeam Street, Glasgow when they married.
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Glasgow. JOHN attended Garrioch Primary and Kings Ridge
Schools, Glasgow. He was employed at Bart and Stroud as an
apprentice tool maker. While at Barr and Stroud he met Elsie
Burgess, a wage's clerk. The couple m on 2 Oct 1967 at Partick
East Church, Glasgow. Elsie was b 3 May 1947, the daughter of
James Burgess, a slater/tiler, and Elsie Mills, a shop manageress.
Both of the newly weds soon left Barr and Stroud and relocated to
Dimdee. JOHN played professional football (soccer) as goalie
(1963-81) for East Stirling, Dundee, Dunfermline, Partick Thistle,
and Clyde. JOHN was rated Scotland's most experienced
goal-keeper in Aug 1978. He won two Second Division
Championship badges, the League Cup and the European Cup.
He suffered two serious leg breaks during his football career. He
played on a part-time basis (1974-81) while employed at Barr and
Stroud. Elsie was also employed at Barr and Stroud (1981-86).
During one period JOHN accompanied the team on a five week
tour of the United States to promote soccer in that country.
JOHN and Elsie made their home at 82 Woodhill Road,
Bishopbriggs, Glasgow. They had:

1-2-6-6-2-2-1 ANDREW JAMES ARROL, b 13 Mar 1969 at

Dundee. ANDREW attended Thomas Muir High School,

Glasgow. Prior to leaving school he was chosen to play for

the Scottish School-boys' against England and Eire in 1986.

In 1987 he was an apprentice professional footballer with

Oldham at Lancashire, England.

1-2-6-6-2-2-2 GRAHAM JOHN ARROL, b 3 Dec 1971 at StobhiU

Hospital, Glasgow. He attended Thomas Muir High School,

Glasgow.

1-2-6-6-3 MARGARET ARROL, b circa 1915 in Glasgow. MARGARET

m 1st on 22 Nov 1929 to William Ward, a plasterer's labourer at

Glasgow. They lived at 130 B Saltmarket, Glasgow. The couple

was divorced circa late 1940's. MARGARET m 2nd on 3 Feb 1951

to James 'Jimmy' Quinn, a railway goods clerk. Jimmy was an able

seaman in the Royal Navy during WW 11. The couple had three sons

and a daughter. MARGARET d 4 Apr 1989 at 39 Hamiltonhill

Road, Glasgow of a myocardial infarction. The couple also had:

1-2-6-6-3-1 JAMES ARROL (QUINN), b 13 Feb 1946 at Maternity

Hospital, Glasgow. In 1989 he lived at 71 Broughlin, Glasgow.

1-2-6-6-3-2 ANNIE ARROL (QUINN), b 10 Jun 1948 at Maternity

Hospital, Glasgow.

1 -2-6-6-4 WILLIAM ARROL, b 3 1 Oct 1 9 1 7 at 8 1 Carrick Street, Glasgow

and d 1 Mar 1919 at Blythswood, Glasgow.
1-2-6-6-5 ELIZABETH WITHERS ARROL, b 23 Sept 1919 at 66
McAlpine Street, Glasgow. ELIZABETH was in the WAAF durmg WW
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Stanley Robinson in Yorkshire. Stanley was a flight sergeant in the

Royal Air Force. He was a widower and had been a postman prior to

being in military service. He was the son of Charles Frederick Robmson,

a painter. The couple was m 10 Feb 1943 at Durham, England. They

lived in Hull, Yorkshire, England. They had one son, Stanley Robinson.

1-2-6-6-6 GEORGE ARROL, b 8 Dec 1921 at McAlpme Street, Glasgow.

GEORGE was a farm worker. He lived at 13 Mid Street, Keith.

GEORGE d 10 Mar 1940, at age 18, in Keith Hospital of influenzal

pneumonia.

1-2-6-6-7 JESSIE ARROL, b 1 May 1925 at the Maternity Hospital,

Glasgow. Her birth was recorded in the St. Rollox District of

Glasgow. JESSIE was a house-maid at Comycharmaing when she m

26 Feb 1944 to Harry Myles at Perth. Harry was a fanner at

Kynballoch, near Blairgowrie, Perthshire, until his retirement in 1 983.

After retirement, Harry was employed by a mill and farm supply

store in Blairgowrie. JESSIE retired in 1986 after thirteen years at

Waverly Cameron Stationery Ltd., a manufacturer of fine stationery.

Harry frequently wore his kilt to the pleasure of the many tourists

who visited the Blairgowrie area. The couple had five children: 1)

Harry Myles who relocated to Australia when he was young. He m

Shirley — . Harry and Shirley made their home in Sydney for many

years. Circa 1984 they moved with their family of six children to

Queensland where they lived near Brisbane. Harry was the owner of

a large earth moving equipment business; 2) Ian Myles was an

engineer; 3) Norman Myles was a chef with the rank of Chief Petty

Officer in the Royal Navy. In late 1986 he was serving on the

aircraft carrier, HMS Ark Royal. He served in the Falklands conflict,

the Cameroons, and Gibraltar; 4) Moira Myles who was married; and

5) Morag (Gaelic for Sarah) Myles.

1-2-6-6-8 JAMES ARROL, b 19 Jul 1927 at 25 Portland Street, St.

Rollox, Glasgow. JIM was raised in Keith. He returned to Glasgow

when he was 16 years of age. JIM served an apprenticeship as a

marine engineer. He m 5 Apr 1955 to Margaret Ferguson Campbell

of Greenock. Margaret was the daughter of George Campbell and

Margaret "Peggy" Edwards. The couple met at a dance and were

married at Mid-Kirk, Greenock. Shortly thereafter the couple moved

to India where they lived for seven years. The family lived in

Weymouth, England in 1962 and in Victoria, Vancouver Island,

British Columbia, Canada. They later lived in Japan and Holland.

These various geographic moves were dictated by JIM's employment

in the maritime industry. The couple lived in California where for

many years JIM was the plant manager of Todd's Shipyard Facilities

in Alameda and San Francisco. In 1989 JIM was in charge of the

reconstruction of the former presidential yacht, the USS Potomac.

The couple lived in Alameda, California. They had:



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1-2-6-6-8-1 KEITH ARROL, b 16 Apr 1957 at Calcutta, India.
KEITH was a graduate of the University of California at
Hayward, California where he majored in mass communications.
KEITH m 27 Dec 1980 to Nancy Grey at Treasure Island Naval
Base, San Francisco, California. Nancy was a US Air Force
Officer. She was b 6 Feb 1958 in California, the daughter of
Wallis and Norma Gray. Keith attended the University of
California where he majored in journalism. He was a member of
the US Air Force ROTC while in college and subsequently served
in the US Air Force for seven years, completing his service in
mid- 1986. KEITH was a pilot flying C-141s to many parts of the
world. During the latter part of his Air Force service, KEITH was
an Air Force Pilot Training Instructor at Norton Air Force Base
in Southern California. Nancy attended the University of
California, San Bernardino, after completing her Air Force



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