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8 The Famine Immigrants, Lists of Irish Immigrants, Arriving at the Port of New
York, 1846-1851, Ira A. Glazier, Editor. Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore,
1986, Vol II.

9 Connecticut Census of 1850, p. 311.

10 Scottish American newspaper clipping, date unknown

1 1 See Part 11, Section XV, Thomas Arrol and Janet Allen family. Paragraph 7, pp.
265-266.

12 "The Boston (City) Directory for the years 1882 through 1962 and the Boston
Almanac and Business Directory 1887, Vol. 52, Sampson, Murdock & Co., 155 Franklin
Street, Boston.

13 See Part II, Robert R. ArroU family, p. 325.

14 "The Boston (City) Directory for the years 1887 and 1933-39, 1941-42 and
1947. Sampson, Murdock & Co.

15 See Part II, Sections XI and XII, pp. 225-232.

16 See Part II, Section IX, Robert Arroll, Paragraph 2-9 through 2-9-3, p. 188.

17 See Part II, Section IX, pp. 185, 194-196.

18 See Part II, Section VI, George Arroll, Paragraph 5, p. 172.

19 See Part II, Section X, James Arrol, Paragraph 2-5, pp. 204ff.

20 See Part II, Section V, James Arroll, Paragraph 10-5-1, pp. 167-168.

21 See Part II, Section I, John Arroll and Ann Tytler family, Paragraph 1-2-6-6-8
through 1-2-6-6-8-1, pp. 283-284.

22 See Part II, Section X, James Arrol, Paragraph 2-4-2-2-2, pp. 201-202.

23 See Part II, Section X, James Arrol, Paragraph 2-5-6 through 2-5-6-4, pp.
210-213.

24 See Part II, Section X, James Arrol, Paragraph 2-5-7, p. 213.



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CHAPTER VIII - Continued

25 See Part II, Section X, James Arrol, Paragraph 2-5-9, p. 220.

26 See Part II, John Buchanan Arroll and Marion Sneddon family. Paragraph
4A-3-2-4-2, p. 301.

27 See Part II, Section XIV, Walter Arrol and Robina Hazeldine family. Paragraph
1-3-2 through I-3-2-3-I, pp. 240-241.

28 See Part II, Section X, James Arrol, Paragraph 2-5-8 through 2-5-8-3-5-2, pp
213-220.

29 See Part II, Section X, James Arrol, Paragraph 2-5-5 through 2-5-5-4-2, pp
207-210.

CHAPTER IX

1 See Part II, Section V, James Arroll, Paragraph 2-4, p. 162.

2 See Part II, Section V, James Arroll family. Paragraph 3-6 through 3-6-3, pp.
163-164.

3 See Part II, Robert Arrol and Jane Campbell family, Paragraph 1-1 through
1-1-13, pp. 341-342.

4 See Part II, Section VIII, John Arrol and Jane Howat family, Paragraph 2 through
2-9, pp. 179-181.

5 See Part II, Section XV, Thomas Arrol and Janet Allen family. Paragraph 4-7,
p. 254.

6 See Part II, Section V, James Arroll, Paragraph 2-3-2-1 through 2-3-2-1-3, p.
161.

7 See Part II, Section IX, Robert Arroll and Walter Arroll and Helena Hubbard
family. Paragraph 2-11 through 2-11-3-2-2-3, pp. 190-192.

8 See Part II, Section XVI, John Arroll and Barbara Johnston family including
James Stobo Arrol families. Paragraph 3-3 through 3-3b-7, pp. 268-276.

9 See Part II, Section VI, George Arroll, Paragraph 7-1 through 7-1-2, p 172.

10 See Part II, George Arrol and Betsy Wallace Johnston family. Paragraph 1-1-3,
p. 320.

CHAPTER X

1 See Part II, Section VIII, John Arroll and Jane Howat family. Paragraph 2 and
2-1, p. 179.

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

3 See Part II, John Arrol and Agnes Thompson family, Paragraph 1-5-7-3-2, pp.
315-316.



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CHAPTER X - Continued

4 See Part II, Section XV, Thomas Arrol and Janet Allen family. Paragraph
4-1-6-1-1, p. 252.

5 See Part II, Robert Arrol and Elizabeth Nap family. Paragraph lA-4-3-7-1, p.
308.

6 See Part II, Section II, John Arrol, Paragraph 2-1-1-1-2-3-3-1-1, p. 141.

7 See Part II, Section X, James Arrol, Paragraph 2-1-1-1-2-3, p. 140.

8 See Part II, Section X, James Arrol, Paragraph 2-5-8-2-1 through 2-5-8-2-1-2, p.
218.

9 See Part II, George Arrol and Elizabeth Foster family, Paragraph 5-2-2-1, p. 330.

10 See Part II, Section XV, Thomas Arrol and Janet Allen family. Paragraph 6-6,
p. 263.

1 1 See Part II, Section I, John Arrol and Ann Tytler family. Paragraph 1-2-6-6-8
and 1-2-6-6-8-1-1, pp. 283-284.

12 See Part II, Section IX, Robert Arroll and Walter Arroll and Helena Hubbard
family. Paragraph 2-11-7 and 2-11-7-1, p. 193.

13 See Part II, Section XV, Thomas Arrol and Janet Allen family. Paragraph
6-5-9-1-1, p. 262.

14 See Part II, Section XVI, John Arroll and Barbara Johnston family including
James Stobo Arrol families. Paragraph 3-3a-7-2, p. 272.

15 See Part II, Section XVI, John Arroll and Barbara Johnston family including
James Stobo Arrol families. Paragraph 3-3b-l-l, pp. 274-275.



CHAPTER XI

The following listed sources were used to compile the information on Sir William Arrol:

1 "Arrol 1909 - 1950", (The history of Sir William Arrol & Company, Limited,
Published by Sir William Arrol & Company, Limited).

2 Sir William Arrol, LL. D. F.R.S.E., D.C.L., (Who's Who in Glasgow, 1909).

3 Sir William Arrol and Company, Ltd., Bridges . Structural Steel Work , and
Mechanical Engineering Productions . (Engineering, Ltd., London, 1909).

4 Sir William Arrol and Company, Ltd.. Structural Steel Works . (Engineering, Ltd.,
London, 1908).

5 "William Arrol & Co.", (Industries of Glasgow, 1888).

6 A. S. Biggart, "Sir William Arrol, A Biographical Sketch of the Great Bridge
Builder, Cassier's Magazine, Vol. XV., No. 1, November, 1898.

7 Edward Broomfield, "Bus Driver to Lord Provost," Scots Magazine, 1987, pp.
35-43.

8 Hugh Crichton, "Scots Who Have Made Millions - V. - Sir William Arrol,
Engineer and Bridge Builder", (The Scotsman, Glasgow, December 8, 1928).



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CHAPTER XI - Continued

9 Hugh Douglas, Crossing the Forth , (The story of the construction of the Forth
Bridge), (Robert Hale Ltd, 1964).

10 Leslie Gardiner, "From Cotton Spinner to Captain of Industry, The Arrol Story".
Unidentified Newspaper.

11 Handbook on Structural Steelwork . Properties and Safe Loads, (British
Constructional Steelwork Association, The Fanfare Press Ltd, London, 1962).

12 Margaret Knox, "Seafield's Laird built Forth Bridge". Unidentified periodical.

13 Craig MacDonald, B. Sc. and A.S.E. Browning, History of the Motor Industry
in Scotland, (The Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Westminster, London, 1961).

14 Philip Philips, Ihe Forth Bridge - In Its Various Stages of Construction and
Compared with the Most Notable Bridges of the World . (The Forth Bridge, South
Queensbury, Scotland, circa 1890).

1 5 John Prebble, Ihe High Girders . (The story of the Tay Bridge Disaster), (Seeker
& Warburg, London, 1956).

1 6 Sir Robert Purvis,^ William Arrol . A Memoir . (William Blackwood and Sons,
Edinburgh and London, 1913).

1 7 "Scottish Cars", (The Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum, Kelvingrove, Glasgow,
1962).

CHAPTER XII

1 Arthur Charles Fox-Davies, A Complete Peerage . Baronage , and Knightage , and
a Directory of some Gentlemen of Coat - Armor , and being the First Attempt to show
Which Arms in Use at the Moment are Borne by Legal Authority . (Grange Publishing
Works, Edinburgh, 1895), pp. 40-41.

2 Arthur Charles Fox-Davies, Armorial Families . A Directory of Gentlemen of
Coat - Armour . Volume I, (Charles E. Tuttle Co., Publishers, Rutland, Vermont, 1970).

3 L.G. Pine, Heraldry . Ancestry and Titles , (Gramercy Publishing Company, New
York, 1985), pp. 18 and 25.

4 Fairborn, Book of Crests of the Families of Great Britain and Ireland. Reprint
of the Fourth Edition. (Heraldic Book Company, Baltimore, 1968), Volume I, p. 19.

5 Royal Mail First Day Cover, Scottish Heraldry, 21 July 1987.

6 Correspondence with Donald Archibald Arrol, Shropshire, England, who
provided the author with a copy of the original Archibald Arrol Coat of Arms.

7 Visit to the Court of The Lord Lyon, H.M New Register House, Edinburgh,
Scotland, February 3, 1988.



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PART II
XV THOMAS ARROL AND JANET ALLEN FAMILY - pp. 251-266.

Information on the Thomas Arrol and Janet Allen family was compiled from the
following sources:

1 Personal visits to and correspondence with:

a. James and Rita Arrol and their family, including their son, George Arrol of
Streatham, London, England, and their daughter, Alexandra Mary (Arrol)
Atkins of York, England. (Paragraphs 6-5-9-1 through 6-5-9-1-4, pp. 262-263.)

b. Margaret, Ena and Annette Arrol of Glasgow, Scotland. (Paragraphs 6-5-10-1
through 6-5-10-3, p. 263.)

c. Stuart and Martin Arrol of Glasgow, Scotland. (Paragraphs 6-5-6-2-1 and
6-5-6-2-2, p. 260.)

d. Martine Eunice Arrol of Edinburgh, Scotland and Lusaka, Zambia, Central
Africa. (Paragraph 4-1-6-1-1, p. 252.)

e. Nigel Arrol McLardie of Edinburgh, Scotland. (Paragraph 6-9, p. 265.)

f. Thomas James Arrol of Harrow, Middlesex, England. (Paragraph 4-1-8-1-3, pp.

253-254.)

g. Arthur Hunter and Richard Jackson Arrol Hunter of Killeam, Stirlingshire,
Scotland. (Paragraph 6-3, p. 257.)

2 Family Tree compiled by James Arrol, a County Surveyor of Dingwall, Scotland.

(Paragraph 6-5-6-1, p. 260.)

3 Family Tree compiled by Ellen (Ena) Arrol of Glasgow, Scotland. (Paragraph

6-5-10-2, p. 263.)

4 Microfiches prepared by the Church of Latter Day Saints and obtained from the

London Society of Genealogists, England and the General Register Office for
Scotland, West Register Street, Edinburgh, Scotland.

5 Sir William Arrol . A Memoir , by Sir Robert Purvis, William Blackwood & Sons,

Edinburgh, Scotland, 1913.

6 Records of Births, Marriages, and Deaths contained at the General Records Office,

West Register Street, Edinburgh, Scotland.

7 The Arrol(l) Families of Scotland . Research Report prepared by Debrett Ancestry

Research, Limited, October 1986.

8 Various searches conducted by Danielle Shippey of Edinburgh.



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PART III
THE ARRELLS OF ULSTER

1 John Harrison. The Scot in Ulster . (William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh
and London, MDCCCLXXXVIII), p. 40.

2 W.H. Maitland. History of Magherafelt . 1st published 1916 (reprinted by
Moyola Books, Draperstown, County Londonderry, 1988), p. 4.

3 Rev. George Hill. An Historical Account of the Plantation of Ulster at the
Commencement of the Seventeenth Century . 1608-1620 . (M'Caw, Stevenson & Orr, 61,
Upper Arthur Street, Belfast, 1877), p. 547.

4 A Rentall of yo: Graces Rents accruein out of aM the Lands and Tenements
belonging to the See of Ardmag in Ulster, Commenting May 1661, pp. 8, 9, 1663, pp
27, 28; and 1676, pp. 100, 101. Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, T729/1 1

5 James Barkley Woodbum, MA. The Ulster Scot . His History and Religion
(H.R. AUenson, Limited, Limited, London 1914), p. 66.

6 Ivor Hawe. Town Review . Castledawson ... 1633- 1985 (Hawlocost Publications,
MCMLXXXVII).

7 James Barkley Woodbum, MA, loc cit, p. 66.

8 W.H. Maitland, loc cit, p. 51.

9 From an unsigned paper on Knockloughrim provided by Alexander Arrell of
Rocktown, County Londonderry.

10 Samuel Lewis. A Topgraphical Dictionary of Ireland . ..(S. Lewis & Co., London,
MDCCCXL), p. 165.

1 1 Samuel Lewis, loc cit, p. 330.

12 See The American State Papers (Southern History Press, Inc.), "Early Settlers
of Missouri as taken from Land Claims in the Missouri Territory," by Walter Laurie, p.
41.



THE ARRELLS OF BALLYMENA

1 The information on The Arrells of Ballymena, Northern Ireland came from the
following sources:

a. The family Bible of DOROTHY ARRELL (Paragraph 2-3-1, p. 452.) It
provided the names of the six sons and four daughters and some limited information
about them.

b. An article in the Caledonia Grand River Sachem dated February 8, 1956 that
profiled the Arrell family. Much of the information on Samuel Arrol (Paragraph 2, p.
451.) and his family came from this article.

c. Correspondence between a MAGGIE ARRELL and Maggie Davis (Paragraph
1-1.4_ p. 450), and between Hilda Neill and Florence Metcalfe (Paragraph 1-1-1-5, p.
448.) through 1972.



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PART III - THE ARRELLS OF ULSTER - Continued

d. Correspondence between MAGGIE ARRELL and Pearl Brown (Paragraph
1-1-1-2, p. 447.) and/or Marge Campbell (Paragraph 1-1-1-7, p. 449.) in 1967 and 1972.

e. Correspondence between the author and BRUCE E. ARRELL (Paragraph
1-1-1-1-1, p. 447) and JOHN KENNER ARRELL (Paragraph 2-3-1-1, p. 452).

f. A family tree prepared by John (Jack) Neill, now deceased, husband of HELEN
ARRELL, and supplemented with information supplied by MARGE ARRELL
CAMPBELL (Paragraph 1-1-1-7, p. 449.) of Vancouver, British Columbia.

g. Correspondence between the author and CARLYLE ALLAN ARRELL
(Paragraph 1-1-2-5, p. 450.)

h. Investigation of parish and public vital statistic records by the author in Northern
Ireland, in the Newberry Library, Chicago and in vital statistic records in Canada.

i. Research by Joan Phillipson, Historical Research Associates, Belfast, Northern

Ireland.

j. Profile of HUGH ANTHONY ARRELL (Paragraph 2-3-2-1, p. 453.) in the 1987
Edition of Who's Who, Volume XXII, Kieran Simpson, Editor, University of Toronto

Press, Toronto.

k. Visit by the author to Marge and Charles Campbell (Paragraph 1-1-1-7, p. 449.)

in Vancouver, British Columbia in March 1990.



PART IV
THE FRENCH-CANADIAN ARRELLS

The narrative for the French-Canadian Arrells was prepared from information supplied
by JACK ARRELL of Medford, Oregon and by George E. Christian Jr. and Richard L.
Christian of Louisville, Kentucky. Each of these individuals has done extensive research
into the Arrels, Arels, Harels, and similar spellings of their family's genealogy. The
information concerning the Harels in France was published by George and Richard
Christian in the Winter 1987 edition of Je Me Souviens under the title, "Summer 1987
- Research Update." The Christian Brothers have prepared the definitive study of the
Arels and Arrells in their Dictionnare Genealogique des descendands de Jean-Louis
Harel-dit-Janrel et Marie Pescher.



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FOOTNOTE REFERENCES

I THE JEAN-LOUIS HAREL AND MARIE PESCHER FAMILY

The information for this section was prepared from the extensive research completed
by JACK ARRELL and George and Richard Christian.

II EUCTACHE HAREL AND LOUIS THEROUX-DIT-LAFERTE FAMILY

The information for this section was taken entirely from the research work supplied
by George and Richard Christian.

III THE CHARLES ARRELL AND MARGARITE BADAILLAC FAMILY

The information for this section was taken entirely from the research completed by
JACK ARRELL of Medford, Oregon.

IV THE ISSAC ARRELL AND ANGELE VANASSEE FAMILY
The information for this section was obtain from many sources including:

a. Correspondence and visits with JACK ARRELL of Medford, Oregon. JACK
ARRELL coordinated and arranged interviews with many of his family members for the
author.

b. Letter supplied by FA YE ARRELL, written by GRACE ARRELL (b 1903) on
March 29, 1979, giving dates of birth of her brothers and sisters and some information
in regard to her parents and grandparents.

c. Correspondence with, and family information supplied by, ROBERT M.
ARRELL. Hawaii; BERNADETTE ARRELL (SISTER LUCIENNE), Minneapolis,
Minnesota; WILLIAM HENRY ARRELL, Jr., Big Lake, Minnesota; KENNETH
RUSSELL ARRELL, Tulantin, Oregon, and FA YE ARRELL, Canby, Oregon.

d. Conversations and visits with ROBERT ARRELL, Hawaii and DORCAS
MARSHA ARRELL, Kensington, California.

e. Visit by the author to Sorel, Yamaska, St. Michaels Church, and St. David,
Yamaska, Quebeck including a meeting with M. I'abbe Paul Prouix, Pastor, Saint David
d'Yamaska Parish Church and the author's search of early St. David Parish records on
21-22 July 1987.



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IV THE ISSAC ARRELL AND ANGELE VANASSEE FAMILY - Continued

f. Attendence by the author at the first Arrell family reunion which was held 22-23
August 1987 at Barton Park, Oregon. Personal interviews with all of the Arrell families
in attendance. The reunion was initiated as a result of the authors contacts with Jack
Arrell of Roseburg, Oregon.

g. Information and genealogy for the Eustache Harel and Louis Theroux family
from George E. and Richard L. Christian, Louisville, Kentucky. Their maternal
grandfather was an Arel. See their extensive "DICTIONNARE GENEALOGIQUE and
Repertory of the Descendents of Jean-Louis Harel-dit-Janrel and Marie Pescher", 1990.
For more complete information this work should be consulted

h. The Descendents of Jean Harel . a combined work by Jack Arrell, John Arrol,
George (Arel) Christian and Richard (Arel) Christian, 1990.



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APPENDIX I

THE ARROL FAMILY

By Donald A. Tod 1930

AiTol is an ancient but common surname derived from the lands of Errol on County
Perth, Scotland.

1498 Alexander Earle, was a witness to a charter granted to Sir James Ogilvy of
Deskford, of lands in County Banff. Dated at the monastery (abbey) of
Abbirbrocht (Arboath), 8th March. (Registrum de Aberbrothoc)

The Arrells were settled in the Highland portion of Dumbartonshire, at an early
date.

1553 John Arrell, in Aboquhybeg, born circa 1 500. Precept by Gilbert Buchuhannan
in Sallochee, directed to JOHN ARRELL in Aroquhyb'eg, as baile, for infefting
to granter's cousin, Robert Buchanan alias Thomas-soun, his heirs and
assignees, in the templar-lands called the Spitell of Arrochemoir, in the parish
of Inschecailzeoch and sheriffdom of StirHng Dated at Dumbarton, 14th
February 1556.

1569 John Arrell, servitor of the Laird of Tullichewne, mentioned in the register of
the Privy Council.

1590 Duncan Errole, was Minister of Luss, County Dumbarton. ( Fasti . 2. ed.. Ill, p
333)

1592 Robert Arroll, in Dalnair, Lennox, County Dumbarton. (Register Privy Council)

1592 Thomas Errole, in Blairoule, and others, retainers of Stewart of Ardorlik,
Stratheam, County Perth, were charged for raiding lands of Cunningham of
Drumquhassill, in Stirlingshire. (Register Privy Council, v, p. 28)

1614 Thomas Arroll, in Arochiebeg, County Dumbarton, under the MacFarlane, and
John Errol, in Cashlie, were fined (each 20 merks) by the Privy Council, for
resetting outlawed members of the Glan Gregor. (Register Privy Council, x, pp

225-226)

1619 Duncan Arrell, cordiner in Drumlegark, was put to the horn, in 1619, with the
MacFarlanes of Kepnoch, for raiding (Register Privy Council)

1646 John Arrell. maltman, burgess of Stirling, testament registered 2 May.

1673 William Arrell, merchant, burgess of Stirling, testament 25 July. (Commissariot
of Stirling)



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APPENDIX I - Continued

THE ARROL FAMILY

By Donald A. Tod 1930

1695 Agnes Anal, wife of Archibald Edintone, John, son, bom 10 March.
(Coldingham Baptism Register)

1708 John Arrol, was schoolmaster of Row (Rhu), County Dumbarton.

The form Arrile occurs in the Edinburgh Marriage Register.

1424-1633 Register of the Great Seal of Scotland, no entries.

1751 Mr. Robert ArroU, grammer schoolmaster in Greenock, testaments registered
13 June 1751, 14 June 1753 and 10 July 1756. Commissariot of Glasgow)

1800 Thomas Arrol, merchant. Lady Yester's parish, married Christian Munro, Old
Church Parish, daughter of Daniel Munro of Summerfield, South Leith parish,
1st February. (Edinburgh Marriage Register)

1873 Alexander Arrell,Cabragh,Knockloughrim,CastIedawson, county Londonderry,
7 acres, 5 roods, 1 1 perches,

valuation £6.10.

Henry Arrell, Cabragh, Knockloughrim, Castledawson, 25 acres, 22 perches,

valuation £18.00

James Arrell, Cabragh, 7 acres, 3 roods,

1 1 perches, valuation £6.50

John Arrell, Cabragh, 44 acres, 1 rood, 9 perches valuation £25. 50

William Arrell, Cabragh, 23 acres, 2 roods,

21 perches, valuation £13.00

(From return of Owners of Lands in County Londonderry)

1890 Sir William Arrell, Knt. (Created 1890), Son of the late Mr. Thomas Arroll, by
Agnes, daughter of Mr. Hodgart; bom 1838; married 1864, Miss Elizabeth
Pattison. He is a builder and contractor to the Forth Bridge Company.
Residences, Dennistoun, Glasgow; Seafield, Ayr; 32 Victoria St. London, S.W.
(Walford's Count Families, 1893)

See Morton's Galloway and the Covenanters, p. 155.

See Register Privy Council, vol. 5.

There is a small colony of Arrells in County Londonderry, in Ulster:



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APPENDIX II
THE REGISTER OF MARRIAGES FOR THE PARISH OF EDINBURGH

1595-1700

Arroll, Duncan, tailor; Agnes Lightoun, 22 January 1629.
Arroll, Duncan, tailor; Janet Hardie, 8 March 1649.
Arroll, Isobel; John Balfour, 12 April 1696, m 30 Apr 1696.
Arrile, Nicolas, barber; Margaret Menteith, 14 June 1653.

ErroU, John, servitor to Commissary SmoUet; Helen Currie, daughter of William Currie,
mariner at Dumbarton 27 March 1698, married 19 April 1698.



APPENDIX III
THE REGISTER OF MARRIAGES FOR THE CITY OF EDINBURGH

1751-1800



1791 Errol, Jean; George Christie, tailor, 12 October.

1800 Arrol, Thomas, merchant, Lady Yester's Parish, married Christian Munro, Old

Church Parish, daughter of Daniel Munro of Summerfield, South Leith Parish, 1st

February.



APPENDIX IV

REGISTER OF INTERMENTS IN THE GREYFRIARS BURYING GROUND

EDINBURGH 1658-1700



Arroll (Arall, Arrell), Nicolas, chirurgeon, his child 5 Jan. 1663
Arroll, Nicolas, tailer, his child 31 Mar. 1663

Arroll, Nicolas, tailer, his child 12 Oct. 1663



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APPENDIX V
EARLS OF KINNOUL

Kinnoul, Earl of, a title in the jjeerage of Scotland conferred in 1633 on Sir George Hay
of Kinfauns, second son of Peter Hay of Megginch, descended from William Hay, second
son of Sir David de Haya of Errol, ancestor of the Earls of Errol...

...Thomas, eighth Earl of Kiimoul, bom in 1710 ...died at Dupplm, 27th December, 1787,
in his 78th year. His only son having died an mfant, he was succeded by his nephew,
Thomas Robert, son of his next brother, Robert Hay Drummond, archbishop of York.
It is remarkable that three of the six sons of this eminent prelate came to untimely deaths.
Peter Auriol Hay Drummond, the third son, lieutenant-colonel of the fifth regiment of
West York militia, died m 1799 in consequence of a fall down the staircase of his house.
John Auriol Hay Drummond, the fourth son, master and commander, R.N., was lost in
the Beaver, prize, off St. Lucia, in a hurricane in 1780; and the youngest son, the Rev.
George William Auriol Hay Drummond, editor of his father's sermons, was drowned
while on a voyage from Bideford in Devonshire to Greenock, the ship having been cast
away in a storm on the night of 6 December, 1807,

Robert Auriol Hay Drummond, the archbishop's eldest son, ninth Earl, bom 18 March
1751, signed the protest on the regency bill, 29th December, 1788 He was sworn a privy
councillor on 29 April 1796, and on 8 September, following, the King appointed him
Lord Lyon King at arms for Scotland., (pp 610-612)



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APPENDIX VI

BIRTHS AND MARRIAGES - BY COUNTY

IN SCOTLAND - circa 1700-1855

ABERDEENSHTRF.

Arrol. Alexander Alexander Dyce Arrol & Margaret Simpson - Aberdeen. St

Nicholas, b 26 May 1857.
Arrol, Alexander DyceRobert Arrol & Jane Campbell, Aberdeen, S Nicholas, c 18

September, 1826.
Arrol, Christina Robert Arrol & Jane Campbell, Aberdeen, St. Nicholas b 3 Mav

1856. ' ^

Arrol, Margaret Jane Alexander Dyce Arrol & Margaret Simpson - b 3 May 1856,

Aberdeen, St. Nicholas.
Arrol, Robert Jane Campbell, m 2 December 1825, Aberdeen, St. Nicholas.

Arrol, Robert Alexander Dyce Arrol & Margaret Simpson -ell Sept. 1849,

Aberdeen, St. Nicholas.



No entries



No entries



ANGUS



ARGYLL



AYR



Arroll, Janet Borland John Arrol/Janet King, b 28 Aug 1864, Ayr, Fenwick.
Arroll, John John Arrol/Janet King, b 20 Jun 1856, Ayr, Fenwick.

Arroll, Margaret John Arrol/Janet King, b 4 Sept 1858, Ayr, Fenwick.

Arroll, Peter Johnann Rowan, m 31 Dec 1874, Ayr, Kilmarnock.

Arroll, William John Arrol/Grizel Paton, c 1 1 Jun 1786, Ayr, Kilmarnock.



No Entries



No entries



BERWICK



BUTE



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APPENDIX VI - Continued

BIRTHS AND MARRIAGES - BY COUNTY

IN SCOTLAND - circa 1700-1855

CAITHNESS

Arrol, Mary Alexander Watt, m 13 Jul 1832, Caithness, Wick

Arroll, John John Arroll/Helen Currie, c 25 Aug 1710 Clackmannun, Alloa.

DUNBARTON



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