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Leaf Creamery in the 1960's. They lived at 5039 Emerson Ave., N. Minneapolis in the

1960's and at 4275 Webber Parkway, Minneapolis in 1970.
o WILLIAM H. ARRELL. He m Jeanette M. — -. He was a salesman for American

Bakeries. They lived at 7019 Perry Ave., N., Brooklyn Center, Minnesota in 1959.



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ADDITIONAL ARRELLS - UNITED STATES

o ABLE ARRELL. Winona County, Minnesota (064) Winona, 2nd Ward - 1860 and

JOANNA ARRELL.
o AIME A. ARRELL, Leland Hill, Sutton, Massachusetts
o ALISON ARRELL, Berkshire Drive, Jupiter, Florida
o ARTHUR S. ARRELL, Southwest Cutof, Worcester, Massachusetts
o BARBARA L. ARRELL, Parkside Drive, Saint Paul, Minnesota
o BERNARD ARRELL, Sand Hill Cove, Wakefield, Rhode Island
o CHRIS ARRELL, East 1 1th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon
o DARIN S. ARRELL, West Rapids Road, Saint Johns, Michigan
o DAVID J. ARRELL, Trotters Ridge Lane, Gaithersburg, Maryland
o DEBRA ARRELL, Leland Hill Road, Sutton, Massachusetts
o DENISE ARRELL, Lewis Street, Centralia, Washington
o DONN C. ARRELL, Owens Street, Wheat Rodge, Colorado
o E. L. ARRELL, Hamrick Road, Medford, Oregon
o GARVIN ARRELL, Mesa, Arizona

o GARY ARRELL, West Heather Road, Wilmington, Delaware

o GEORGE ARRELL. Saginaw County, Michigan (167), Saginaw Twp., 1850 & 1854.
o GREG ARRELL, Kaonohi Street, Aiea, Hawaii
o J. L. ARRELL, S. Lansdowne Avenue, Landsdowne, Pennsylvania
o JACQUELIN C. ARRELL, Rodgers Drive, Graham, Texas
o JANET L. ARRELL, Rush City, Minnesota
o JEFF ARRELL, South Waverly Road
o JOANNE P. ARRELL, N. Oregon Avenue, Minneapolis
o JONI ARRELL, Coachman Road, Saint Paul
o JOSEPH A. ARRELL, N. Bryant Avenue, Minneapolis
o K. M. ARRELL, Lanikuhana Avenue, Wahiawa, Hawaii
o KENNETH C. ARRELL, S. Atwood Street
o L.I. ARRELL, East 22nd Street. Minneapolis
o L.T. ARRELL, Surfwood Drive, NE, Salem, Oregon
o LINDA S. ARRELL, N. Brookfield, Oakham, Massachusetts
o M.J. ARRELL, Marian Circle, Mount Holly, New Jersey
o M.D. ARRELL, SE 23rd Avenue, Portland, Oregon
o MARION ARRELL, Salem Street, Winchester, Massachusetts
o MARK J. ARRELL, North Grafton, Massachusetts
o MATTHEW ARRELL, Duquesne Avenue, Dayton, Ohio
o MOLLIE ARRELL, Sunset Street, Abilene, Texas
o N. ARRELL, Voluntown Road, Voluntown, Connecticut
o NANCY ARRELL. Davies County, Indiana (121), Veale Twp. - 1850.
o NATALIE J. ARRELL, Casimir Avenue, Gardena, California
o PAUL V. ARRELL, Silkwood Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado
o RALPH ARRELL, Sinclair Street, Midland, Texas
o RAYMOND E. ARRELL, Glen Road, Kings Park, New York
o ROBERT J. ARRELL, Bryal Drive, Ashland, Texas



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ADDITIONAL ARRELLS - UNITED STATES

o ROBERT ARRELL, Central Avenue, Ocean City, New Jersey

o ROCKY ARRELL, Thomas Street, Graham, Texas

o ROGER ARRELL, N. Ensign Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota

o RUTH ARRELL, River Street, Hastmgs, Mmnesota

o RUTHl ARRELL, 5 1/2 Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois

o S. L. ARRELL, Whitney Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut

o S. ARRELL, Greenwood Street, Millbury, Massachusetts

o SAMUEL H. ARRELL, Kelton Road, West Grove, Pennsylvania

o SAMUEL D. ARRELL, Sycamore Street, Abilene, Texas

o THOMAS A. ARRELL, Perry Avenue, Worcester, Massachusetts

o VERNON M. ARRELL, Silverway Drive, Austin, Texas

o VICKIE ARRELL, Graham, Texas

o WILHELMIN A. ARRELL, 99th Avenue, Pinellas Park, Florida



ADDITIONAL ARRELLS - AUSTRALIA

o DAVID ARRELL, Yawla Street, Bentleighm Victoria

o ELIZABETH L. ARRELL, Park Lane, Wangaratta, Victoria

o GRAHAME L. ARRELL, Koloona Street, Berowra Heights, NS

o IAN J. ARRELL, Railway Place, Belgrave, Victoria

o JAMES ARRELL, William Street, Alexandra, VI

o JAMIE D. ARRELL, James Street, Metung, Victoria

o KAYE D. ARRELL, Byangum Road, Murwillumbahm NS

o MARJORIE ARRELL, Yawla Street, Pascoe Vale, Victoria

o ROGER D. ARRELL, Olivers Road, Lucknow, Victoria



ADDITIONAL ARRELLS - NEW ZEALAND

o C. ARRELL, Thames Street, Ohakune

o D. J. ARRELL, Pomare Road, Russell

o GRENDOLINE J. ARRELL, Totata, Hastings

o J. A. ARRELL, Remuera

o J.J. ARRELL, Bank Street, Te Awamutu

o M.J. ARRELL, Buccaneer Place, Grenada

o R.S. ARRELL, Brookvale Road, Havelock North

o S.H. ARRELL, Westminster Avenue, Greenmeadows

o SCOTT A. ARRELL, Caudron Road, Christchurch

o SHARON E. ARRELL, Erin Street, Palmerston North

o W.M.ARRELL, Avenue Road We, Hastings



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ADDITIONAL ARRELLS - CANADA



o A. ARRELL, Lake Rosseau, Rosseau, Ontario

o D.H. ARRELL, Burma Road, McKenzie Portage, Ontario

o D.J. ARRELL, Donway E. Toronto, Ontario

o D.H. ARRELL West Gate, Winnipeg, Manitoba

o D. KENT ARRELL, Fifth Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba

o E. ARRELL, Ottawa Avenue, Brandon, Manitoba

o G. ARRELL, 9th Avenue, New Westminster, British Columbia

o H.A. ARRELL, Rose Park Drive, Toronto, Ontario

o HARRISON S. ARRELL, Jessie Court, Ancaster, Ontario

o J. ARRELL, Cochrane, Coquitlam, British Columbia

o J.K. ARRELL, Corot Rive, Nuns Island, Quebec

o K. ARRELL, Calgary, Alberta

o R.W. ARRELL, Rarennes, Winnipeg, Manitoba

o ROY ARRELL, Woodside Road, SW, Calgary, Alberta

o S. ARRELL, Queens Cres. Brandon, Manitoba

o V. ARRELL, Port La Prairie, Manitoba



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ADDITIONAL HAREL FAMILIES
IN FRANCE - circa 1706-1871



JEAN HAREL AND SIMONNE RAMINEAU FAMILY

JEAN HAREL, b circa 1681. He m circa 1706 to Simonne Ramineau
(Reminiac/Reminial). They had:

1 PIERRE HAREL, b 8 Jun 1707 at Ploermel, Morbilhan, France

2 VINCENT HAREL, b 20 Feb 1713 at Ploermel, Morbihan, France, He m
circa 1740 to Francoise Perichot. They had:

2-1 ANNE HARELLE, b 24 Nov 1741 at Ploermel, Morbihan, France.
2-2 MARIE-ANNE HAREL, b 2 Jul 1743 at Ploermel, Morbihan, France.
2-3 JOSEPH HAREL, b 26 Apr 1746 at Ploermel, Morbihan, France.

3 FRANCOISE HAREL, b 1 Apr 1716 at Ploermel, Morbihan, France.



FRANCOIS HAREL AND ANNE BROCQUE FAMILY

I FRANCOIS HAREL, b circa 1682. He m circa 1707 to Anne Brocque. They had:

1 ANNE HAREL, b 16 Feb 1708 at Les Baroches, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France

2 FRANCOIS HAREL, b 9 May 1709 at Les Baroches, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France.

3 JEAN HAREL, b 1 Aug 1711 at Les Baroches, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France.

4 NICOLAS HAREL, b 18 Oct 1713 at Les Baroches, Meurthe-et-Moselle,
France.



JEAN-NICOLAS HAREL AND ANNE LAMARCHE FAMILY

I JEAN-NICOLAS HAREL, b circa 1771. He m circa 1796 to Anne LaMarche. They
had:

1 ANNE FRANCOISE HAREL, b 21 Oct 1797 at Affleville, Meurthe-et-Moselle,
France.

2 JEAN-NICOLAS HAREL, b 9 Jul 1799 at Affleville, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France.

3 ANNE ELIZABETH HAREL, b 21 Sept 1802 at Affleville, Meurthe-et-Moselle,
France.

4 ANNE CATHERINE HAREL, b 16 Oct 1804 at Affleville, Meurthe-et-Moselle,
France.

5 JEAN-LOUIS HAREL, b 9 Mar 1808 at Affleville, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France. He
may have m on 23 Jan 1830 to Anne Louis at Luneville, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France.



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ADDITIONAL HAREL FAMILIES
IN FRANCE - circa 1706-1871



LUBIN FERDINAND HAREL AND EUPHRASIE ELISE DELU FAMILY

I LUBIN FERDINAND HAREL, b circa 1836. He m circa 1861 to Euphrasie Elsie
Delu. They had:

1 LUBIN FERDINAND HAREL, b 15 Oct 1862 at Betteville, Siene-Maritime, France.

2 ERNESTINE ELSIE SERAPHINE HAREL, b 8 Sept 1865 at Betteville,
Siene-Maritime, France.

3 DELPHINE JULIE HAREL, b 21 Oct 1867 at Betteville, Siene-Maritime, France.

4 JEAN-BTE ALEXANDRE HAREL, b 8 Apr 1871 at Betteville, Siene-Maritime,
France. He may have m circa 1896 to Emilie Berthe Hervieux. Emilie was b 27
May 1877 at Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France.



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FOOTNOTE REFERENCES
CHAPTER I



1 See Ernest Weekley, MA. Surnames . (John Murbay, Albermarle Street, W.,
London, 1916) and Edward MacLysaght, The Surnames of Ireland . (Iri.sh Academic Press,
Dublin, Sixth Edition, 1985). These sources contain a number of the names shown.
Some of the names were also obtained from the Index to the Birth Records contained at
The General Register Office for Scotland in Edinburgh.

2 See Part II, Section VIII, John Arrol and Jane Howat family. Paragraph 2-2 p
179.

3 Anthony M. Arrol, pseud, (i.e. C.M.A. Pont-Alam), The Best of It, Accounts of
minor happenings in Wartime Guernsey, (Williams & Wardley, Guernsey, 1956).

4 See Part III, The Arrells of Ballymena, Northern Ireland. Paragraphs 2-3, p. 451.

5 John Erroll, Black American Writers . Past & Present : A Biographical and
Bibliographical Dictionary . New York Public Library, RS-NBB, 75-9001.

6 Alfred E. Twomey & Arthur F. McClure. The Versatiles : A Study of Su pporting
Character Actors and Actresses in the American Motion Picture . 1930 - 1955 See Leon
Errol, (South Brunswick, New Jersey and New York.

7 A. Campbell Erroll, A History of Parishes of Sheringham . New York Public
Library, CO (Sheringham), 72-1 171.

8 Sir Robert Purvis, Sir William Arrol, A Memoir . (William Blackwood, Edinburgh
& London, 1913) p. 120.

9 See Part II, Section X, James Arrol, Paragraph 2-5-6-2, pp. 211-212

10 The International Year Book and Statesmen's Who's Who. See Lord Erroll,
Errol of Hale, Frederick James Erroll. (Compiled by Robert M Bradford, West Sussex,
England.) Also listed in Who's Who 1971-72 and in French in Who's Who in Europe,
British Library 1980-81, (Servi-Tech, Bruxelles).

11 See Erroll (Henry) in the Index to Volumes contained in the British Museum
Library. Index in the Newberry Library, Chicago and The British Museum Librar>',
London. Also see Henry Erroll, author, listed in A Supplement to AUibone's Critical
Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors. Two Volumes by
John Foster Kirk, (J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1891, Philadelphia Reprint: Gale Research Co.,
1965).

12 Jameson Erroll, The Corgi Book of Problems, (Transworld Publishers: London,
1964) p. 125. Also Cryptic Crosswords, (Transworld Publishers: London, 1965).

13 Robert Arrol, Comellii Nepotis , (Cornelius Nepos's Lives of the Commanders),
The Fifth Edition (Printed for John Donaldson, John Bell, and Charles Elliot, Edinburgh)
MDCCLXXV; also Robert Arrol, Comelii Nepotis, (Printed by T.W and T. Ruddimans,
Edinburgh and J. Barry, Glasgow) MDCCXLIV.

14 See Part II, Robert Arrol and Elizabeth Nap Family, Section II, Paragraph
1 A-4-3-7, (William John Arrol) pp. 307-308 and: a) William John Arrol, The Extraction
of Phosphorus 32 from Pile-Irradiated Sulphur at the Curie Level of Activity, (Atomic
Energy Research Establishment, Report I/R 748) Harwell, 1951, p. 3, b) WiHiam .lohn



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FOOTNOTE REFERENCES
CHAPTER I - Continued

14 Continued: Arrol. The Production of Iodine 131 from Pile Irradiated Tellurium
at about the Curie Level of Activity, (Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Report I/R
777) Harwell, 1951, p. 2; c) William John Arrol, A Rocking Autoclave for the
Extraction of Phosphorus 32 from Pile-Irradiated Sulphur at the Curie Level of Activity
(With Plates), (Atomic Energy Research Establishment Report, I/R 822) Harwell, 1951,
p. 2; d) William John Arrol, A Rocking Autoclave for the Extraction of Phosphorus 32
from Pile-Irradiated Sulphur at the Curie Level of Activity (With Plates), (Atomic Energy
Research Establishment Report.) Harwell, 1951, pp. 2. All four reports, a through d, are
in the British Museum Technical Library, BS 62/40.

15 See Charles /\rrol. Section XV, p. 264; George Arroll, p. 326; Bruce Arroll,
Section IX, p. 191; Robert Norman Arrol, Section XII, p. 229.

16 Table 89, "Infant Mortality and Toddler Mortality, Selected Years, 1900-1955."
The Third Statistical Account of Scotland - The City of Glasgow . Editors; J. Cunnison
and J.B.S. Gilfillan (Collins, 144 Cathedral Street, Glasgow, C.4) p. 885.

17 Ibid., Table CL, "Known Membership of Christian Churches in Glasgow,
1955/54, p. 726.

18 C. Stewart Black, Ihe Story of Paisley (J. & J. Cook, Ltd., 24 High Street,
Paisley) p. 70.

19 Ibid , p. 79.

20 Ibid., p. 88.

21 John Duncan Mackie, C.B.E.,Hon. LL.D., A History of Scotland (Penquin
Books, The Chaucer Press, Bungay, Suffolk, Reprinted 1982), p. 298.

22 C. Stewart Black, loc cit, p. 147.

23 W.S. Crickett, Biggar: Historical . Traditional and Descriptive (James B.
Watson: Biggar, MDCCCC), p. 62.

24 John Duncan Mackie, loc cit, pp. 298-303, 331-332.

25 The Third Statistical Account of Scotland . Table CL, loc cit, p. 726.

26 John Duncan Mackie, loc cit, p. 253.

27 Ibid., p. 339.

28 Thomas Watson, Kirkintilloch - Town and Parish (John Smith and Son,
Glasgow, 1864), p. 233.

29 George F. Black, Ph.D. The Surnames of Scotland . Their Origin . Meaning , and
History (The New York Public Library', Fifth Reprinting, 1979), p. 32.

30 James Walter Deppa, The Marriage That Did Succeed for Mar>' Queen of Scots
(Ironwood Press, Gaithersburg, Maryland, 1990), p. 269.

31 "Skier's Widow, children to get $1.2 million," The Canadian Press, April 28,
1988.






I



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FOOTNOTE REFERENCES
CHAPTER II

1 Charles A. Hanna, Ihe Scotch - Irish . "Family Names in Scotland", Volume II,
(Genelogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1985), p. 384.

2 Donald Lamond Macnie, Editor, The New Shell Guide to Scotland, (Book Club
Associates, London, 1977) Appendix I: The Clan and the Tartan, p. 452.

3 Lawrence Melville, The Fair Land of Gowrie (William Culross & Son Ltd.
Coupar Angus, Perthshire, 1939, reprinted 1984), p. 1.

4 Kenneth McLennan, The Story of the Hays (Tvlorgantown, West Virginia, 1 984),
p. 4.

5 James B. Johnston, Place-Names of Scotland (John Murry, Albermarle Street,
W. Third Edition, 1934), p. 6.

6 Lawrence Melville, Errol : Its Legends . Lands and People (Thomas Hunter &
Sons, Ltd., Perth. Second Edition, 1935), p. 26.

7 Dr. Edmond J. Mills, Youngs Laboratory Building, 60 John St., Glasgow, from
Letter to Walter Arrol, dated 24 May 1894.

8 James B. Johnston, loc cit, p. 6.

9 George F. Black, Ph. D., The Surnames of Scotland . Their Origin . Meaning , and
History (The New York Public Library, Fifth Reprinting, 1979), pp. 32 and 246.

10 Great Card Index, Lower Library, Ground Floor, Society of Genealogists, 14
Charterhouse Buildings, London ECIM 7BA.

1 1 The Arrol Family of Scotland, Debrett Ancestry Service, Winchester, England,
January 1982, March 1985.

12 Anderson, Indiana Newspaper, Volume 63, No. 90 ff, October 4-16, 1906.

1 3 William Buchanan of Auchmar, An Historical and Genealogical Essay upon the
Family and Surname of Buchanan . "An Account of the Family of Drumikill, (Edinburgh,
1723), pp. 64-66.

14 I. MM. MacPhail, A Short History of Dumbartonshire . (Bennett & Thomson,
Dumbarton, 1962), pp. 13-14.

15 Kenneth McLennan Hay, loc cit, p. 4.

16 Slains and the Errolls . Scots Magazine, Vol 108, No. 1, Oct 1977, pp. 10-17.

17 Charles A. Hanna, loc cit, p. 410, Quote from William Anderson's Genealogy
and Surnames .

18 George F. Black, PhD loc cjt, pp. vii and 32.

19 "Searching for Scottish Ancestors." by A. Maxim Coppage (The Highlander,
Vol 24, No. 6, Nov/Dec 1986), p. 57.

20 Donald Lomand Machie, loc cit, p. 451.

21 Sir Iain Moncreiffe, Ihe Highland Clans . (Bramhall House London, 1967), pp.
194-197.

22 Donald Lomand Machie, loc cit, p. 233.

23 Donald Lomand Machie, loc cit. p. 451.

24 I. M. M. MacPhail, loc cit, p. 29.



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FOOTNOTE REFERENCES
CHAPTER II - Continued

25 James MacFarlane, History of the Clan MacFarlane . (Glasgow, 1922), pp. 156
and 162.

26 Sir Iain Moncreiffe, loc cit, p. 202.

27 James Browne, Esq., LL.D. Advocate, History of the Highlands and of the
Highland Clans , (A. Fullarton & Co. Glasgow, 1838), Vol IV pp. 465-468.

28 James Browne, loc cit. Vol. I, p. xxii.

29 History of the Clan MacFarlane, loc cit, p. 162.

30 Walter MacFarlane, MacFarlane's Genealogical Collections , Vol. I and II.
Genealogical Collections in Scotland made in 1750-51. (University Press, Edinburgh,
1900).

31 Charles A Hanna, loc cit, pp. 386-387.

32 Sir lain Moncreiffe, loc cit, p. 207.

33 Donald A. Tod, The Arrol Family 1498-1900, genealogical search completed
for Archibald T Arrol, 1930, p. 16

34 Donald A. Tod, loc cjt, pp. 1-3.

35 I. M. M. MacPhail, loc cit, p. 16.

36 I. M. M. MacPhail, loc cit, p. 56.

37 The New Statistical Account of Scotland , "The Parish of Buchanan," Vol. VIII,
(William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London, MDCCCXLV), p 107.

38 The New Statistical Account of Scotland . "The Parish of Buchanan," loc cit, pp.
105-107.

39 The New Statistical Account of Scotland . "The Parish of Campsie," loc cit. pp.
234, 235 and 260.

40 The New Statistical Account of Scotland . "The Parish of Row," loc cit., pp.
73-77.

41 The New Statistical Account of Scotland . "The Parish of Kirkintilloch", loc cit.
p. 168.

42 William McFarlane, Searcher of Records, Edinburgh, 16 January 1873.

43 The New Statistical Account of Scotland . "Parish of Buchanan", Vol VIII, loc
cit., pp. 95-98.

44 The New Statistical Account of Scotland . "Parish of Killeam", Vol VIll, pp.
60, 67-68, and 70.

45 The Gordon and Arrol Families of Scotland . (Debrett Ancestry Research
Limited, Winchester, England, March 1985).

46 Ramsey Colles, The History of Ulster, Volume II, (The Gresham Co. Ltd,
London, MCMXIX).

47 John Duncan Mackie, C. BE, Hon LL.D , A History of Scotland (Penquin
Books, Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England, Reprinted 1982), p. 211.

48 P. Hume Brown, MA,, LL.D., Histor>' of Scotland . Vol. II (Cambridge: at the
University Press, Reprinted 1912), p. 265.

49 John Duncan Mackie, loc cjl, pp. 169, 203-215, 237.



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FOOTNOTE REFERENCES
Chapter II - Continued

50 "The Defiant Bass", Archie McKerracher, Ihe Highlander (Vol. 24 No. 6
Nov/Dec 1986), p. 41.

5 1 Joseph Irving, The History of Dumbartonshire . (Dumbarton, MDCCCLX.), p.
210.

52 Joseph Irving, loc cit, p. 211.

53 Laird of Torfoot, an Officer in the Presbyterian Army; Narrative of the Battle
of Drumclog and Bottswell Bridge (Andrew Young, bookseller, 150 Trongate, Glasgow,
1822), p. 22.

54 Sir Robert Purvis. Sir William Arrol : A Memoir (Edinburgh and London, 1913).

55 Alistair Livingstone of Bachuil, Christian W. H. Aikman and Betty Stuart Hart,
Muster Roll of Prince Charles Stuarts ' Army 1745-46 (Aberdeen University, 1984).

56 John Duncan Mackie, loc cit, pp. 322-324.

Chapter III

1 Joseph Irving. The History of Dumbartonshire . (Dumbarton. MDCCCLX"). p 561.

2 Joseph Irving, loc cit, pp. 228-230, 334-355, and the appendix, "Members of
Parliament from Dumbarton County and Burgh," pp 592-586. See also John Irvings 3
volume, Dumbartonshire, County and Burgh (Bennett & Thomson, Dumbarton 1920).

3 Joseph Irving, loc dt, p. 418.

4 Noted in RSlO/9/75 Index to Sasines for Dumbartonshire, 5 May 1757, and in
Index to Service to Heirs, re: Janet or Macauley, wife of John Arroll, Teacher at Row,
to her brother Aulay MacAulay, son of Jn. MacAulay in Caimdow. Hr. Port Glasgow,
22 Mar 1757.

5 William Charles Maughan, Annals of Garelochside (London, 1896), p. 109.

6 William Charles Maughan, loc cit, p. 109.

7 John Fowler Mitchell, CLE. and Sheila Mitchell, Monumental Inscriptions
(pre- 1855) in Dumbartonshire . (Produced for the Scottish Genealogy Society, 1969), pp.
71 & 77.

8 John Fowler Mitchell, loc cit, pp. 176, 183 and 187.

9 John Fowler Mitchell, loc cit, pp. 176, 183 and 187.

10 Glasgow and The Clyde . (Ward and Co., Ltd. London), pp. 112 and 1 13

1 1 I. M. M. MacPhail, A Short History of Dumbartonshire . Bennett & Thomson .
Dumbarton . 1962), p. 46.

12 George Blake, Ihe Firth of Clyde . (Collins, London, 1952), p.
61.

13 George Blake, loc cit, pp 60 and 61.

14 Sir Robert Purvis, loc cit, p. 9.

15 Rev. Robert Douglas, "Parish of Kilbarchan," The New Statistical Account of
Scotland, Vol. VIII (William Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh and London MCCCXLV),
p. 372.



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16 Sir Robert Purvis, loc cjt, p. 16.

17 C.A. Oakley, The Second City (Blackie & Son Limited, London,
Reprint, 1948), pp. 156-157,

18 C.A. Oakley, loc cit, pp. 180-181.

19 C.A. Oakley, loc cit, p. 252.

20 The Third Statistical Account of Scotland, "Glasgow", (Collins, Glasgow 1958),
p. 458.

21 The Third Statistical Account of Scotland, loc cit, pp. 460-461.

22 The Third Statistical Account of Scotland, loc cit, pp. 771-777.

23 The Third Statistical Account of Scotland, loc cit, p. 775.

24 W. S. Crockett, Biggar : Historical . Traditional . Descriptive .
(James B. Watson, Biggar) MDCCCC, p. xv.

25 Ibid., pp. 61-63.

26 Ibid., p. 47.

27 The Third Statistical Account of Scotland, Wishaw and the Parish of
Cambusnethan, Rev. George LB. McAlister, 1951, pp. 315-349.

CHAPTER IV

1 Eric Linklater, The Survival of Scotland (William Heinemann Ltd. 1968), p.
338.

2 Thomas Watson, Kirkintilloch - Town and Parish (John Smith and Son, Glasgow,
1864), pp. 233-235.

3 The Third Statistical Account of Scotland , loc cit, p. 106.

4 The Third Statistical Account of Scotland , loc cit, p. 106.

5 Sir Robert Purvis, loc cit, pp. 7-8.

6 The Third Statistical Account of Scotland , loc cit, pp. 107-109.

7 C. A. Oakley, The Second City, loc cit, p. 21 1.

8 Keith Sinclair, "Renowned Engineers to Close", Glasgow Herald, July, 1986.

9 John Thomas, The Springbum Story (David and Charles, Publishers, Limited,
Dawlish, 1964), pp. 14-15.

10 John Thomas, loc cit, p. 18.

1 1 Automobile Manufacturing - Information for this section reprinted by
permission of the Council of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, History of the
Motor Industn,' in Scotland .

12 Craig MacDonald and A.S.E. Browning, History of the Motor Industry in
Scotland . (The Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1 Birdcage Walk, Westminster,
London, 1961), pp. 3-9.

1 3 Scottish Cars . Their History and a Descriptive Guide to a Few of Those Which
Survive . (The Glasgow Art Gallerj' and Museum, Kelvingrove, Glasgow, 1962), pp.
10-11.

14 The Third Statistical Account of Scotland, Glasgow, loc cit, pp 273-275.

15 Charles McMaster, Alloa Ale : A Histor>' of the Brewing Industry In Alloa .
(Alloa Brewing Company Limited, Orchard Brae House, Edinburgh, 1985), pp. 7-20.



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FOOTNOTE REFERENCES

CHAPTER V

1 G.H.E. Twidale & R.F. Mack, A Nostalgic Look at Glasgow Trams Since 1950.
(St. Michel's On Wyre. Lancashire, 1988), pp 5-7.

CHAPTER VII

1 See Part II, Section II, James Arrol and Elizabeth Nap family. Paragraph 1 A-4-3
through Paragraph 1 A-4-3 -7-1-1, pp. 306-308.

2 See Part II, Section II, John Arrol family, Paragraph 2-1-1-1-2-3 through
2-1-1.1-2-3-3-1-2-1, pp. 140-142.

3 See Part II, Section II, John Arrol family, Paragraph 2-1-1-1-2-5-3 through
2-1-1-1-2-5-3-2, p. 144.

4 See Part II, Section I, John ArroU and Ann Tytler family. Paragraph 1-2-6-6-2,
p. 281.

5 See Part II, Section I, John Arroll and Ann Tytler family. Paragraph 1-2-6-6-5,
pp. 282-283.

6 See Part II, Section XV, Thomas Arrol and Janet Allen family. Paragraph 6-5-9
through Paragraph 6-5-9-1-4, pp. 262-263.

7 See Part II, George Arrol and Betsy Wallace Johnston family. Paragraph 1-2
through 1-2-5, pp. 320-322.

8 See Part II, John Arroll and Agnes Thompson family. Paragraph 1-5-7-3 through
Paragraph 1-5-7-3-2, pp. 314-315.

9 See Part II, Walter Arrol and Robina Hazeldine family. Paragraph 1-4-2 through
1-4-2-6-2, pp. 243-245.

10 See Part II, Walter Arrol and Robina Hazeldine family, Paragraph 1-4-4 through
1-4-4-7, pp. 245-247.

1 1 See Part II, Section I, John Buchanan Arroll and Marion Sneddon family.
Paragraph 4A-3-2-6-1 through 4A-3-2-6-1-3, p. 303.

12 See Part II, Section XV, Thomas Arrol and Janet Allen family. Paragraph
6-5-8-1, p. 261.

13 See Part II, George Arroll and Elizabeth Foster family, pp. 329-331.

14 See Part II, Ralph Arrol and family, pp. 333-336.

15 See Part II, Section X, James Arrol, Paragraph 2-4-2-2 through 2-4-2-2-3, pp.
199-202.

16 See Part II, Section IX, Robert Arrol, Paragraph 2-11-7-1, p 193.



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FOOTNOTE REFERENCES
CHAPTER VIII

1 The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Volume XII, 1888; New
York, 64 Madison Avenue, p. 33.

2 Wilhelmena Enterprises, P.O. Box 195, Great Kills, Staten Island, New York,
10308-0195.

3 Indiana Marriage Records, 1800-1890.

4 Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, First Edition, 1982-85. Edited by P.
William Filby. "An Index of the Naturalizations from the Ledgers of the United States
Circuit Court of Baltimore City, Maryland, Volume One, for the years 1797-1853",
Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin 20:4 (Fall 1979), Gale Research Company. Book
Tower, Detroit, Michigan, 48226, Vol 1, p. 2881.

5 Irish Passenger Lists 1847-1871, compiled by Brian Mitchell. Genealogical
Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1988, p. 105.

6 Michigan Soldiers and Sailors, Lansing, Michigan; Wynkoop Hallenbeck,
Crawford County, 1915, Entry 14 56.

7 See Part II, Section II, Paragraph 2-1-2-1-1-7 ff, p. 146.



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