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dau of Alexander Arrol or Errol/ — , c 17 Mar 1771, Tweedmouth
Alexander Arrol/Ann — , c 25 Apr 1784, Tweedmouth
Alexander Arrol/Ann — , c 6 Mar 1791, Tweedmouth
Mary Bizilly, m 15 Oct 1805, Newcastle upon Tyne, All Samts



OXFORD

Arrall, Edward son of Thomas Arrall/ — , c 3 Jan 1613, Banbury

Arrall, Elinor m Edward Cox, 30 Jan 1616, Banbury

Arrall, Joane son of Thaomas Arrall/EM, c 31 Oct 1615, Banbury

Arroll, John m Susanna Richton or Wrighton, 31 Aug 1637, Banbury

Arroll, Mary dau of John Arroll/-—, c 28 Jan 1649, Banbury

Arroll, Samuel son of John Arroll/-—, c 9 Jun 1639, Banbury



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AttoI, Ann



APPENDIX VII - Continued
SOMERSET
Rodger Langdon, m 18 Jun 1799, Bath, Weston
STAFFORD



Arrals, Lydia dau of Samll Arrals/Eliz — , c 30 Nov 1 744, Darlaston near

Wolverhampton

Arriel, Charles

Bowles son of — /Mary Arriel, c 6 Jan 1771, Uttoxeter

SUFFOLK

Arrall, Joseph son of Thomas Arrall/Hannah Cutting, c 3 Apr 1816, Woodbridge,

Saint Mary
Arrall, Thomas Hannah Cuttmg, m 28 Mar 1815

Arrol, William son of — /Mar)' Arrol, c 6 Jun 1762, Naction



SURREY



Arroll, Margaret

Ann Benjamin Grist, m 22 Jan 1832



SUSSEX



Arroll, Robert m Jane Miles, 1567, Petworth



WARWICKSHIRE

Arrall, Harriett dau of Edward Arrall/Lydia — , c 13 Mar 1820, Wolvey

Arrall, John son of Edward Arrall/Lydia — , c 15 Dec 1816, Wolvey



Arrol, Joseph



YORKSHIRE

son of William Arrol/Hannah
Yorkshire



— , c 25 Feb 1798, Greasbrough,



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APPENDIX VIII

INFORMATION TAKEN FROM THE INTERNATIONAL

GENEALOGICAL INDEX - FOR ENGLAND



CORNWALL
Arell, Martha Jacob Guepine m 10 Aug 1710 Budock

CUMBERLAND
Arrell, Elizabeth John Boodhem m 6 Sep 1769 Workington, Saint

Arrell, Isabella Abram Cummings m 21 Jan 1768 Workington, Saint

Arrell, Mary William Hodgeson m 20 May 1716 Crosthwaite

Arrell, Thomas Thomas Arrell and-— c 26 Nov 1 587 Penrith, Saint Andrews

DEVON

Arrell, Charity Arthur Arrell and Petemell cl7Junl664 Cruwys - Morchard

Arrell, Jane James Arrell and Sarah Allen c 13 Jun 1828 Devonport Princes

Street-Independent



Arrell, Sarah Ann James Arrell and Sarah Allen c 12 Dec 1830 Devonport Princes

Street-Independent



Arrell, John



Arell, Mary
Arell, Thomas



DERBY

Elizabeth Manifold m 6 May 1772

GLOUCESTER

John Arell and Martha c 20 Mar 1729 Uley
John Arell and Martha c 22 Sep 1732 Uley



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APPENDIX VIII

INFORMATION TAKEN FROM THE INTERNATIONAL

GENEALOGICAL INDEX - FOR ENGLAND



Arrell, Harriet
Arrell, James
Arrell, John

Arrell, Mary Ann

Arrell, William

Arrell, Alice



LANCASHIRE

James Eccles m 5 Sep 1838 Ley land

Thomas Arrell and Sarah c 13 Jul 1817 Leigh

Benjamin Arrell and Jane c 4 Sep 1871 Liverpool, Saint Peter

James Arrell and Rebecca c 26 Oct 1834 Manchester, Cathedral

Jane Fielding m 17 Dec 1866 Great Harwood.

George Arrell and Alice c 1 1 Feb 1872 Liverpool, Saint Peter



Arrell, Thomas

Arrell, Mary
Arrell, Katherine



LONDON

Thomas Arrell and Mary c 3 Aug 1768 London, St. Giles,

Cripplegate

Jonathan Arrell and Anne c 9 Apr 1640 Stepney St. Dunstan

Robart Jones m 3 Feb 1604 London, Saint Lawrence,

Pountney



Aerell, George John Aerell and Mary

Joseph



c 29 Jul 1832 Isleworth



Arrell, Enoch
Arrell, Richard



NOTTINGHAM

Thomas Arrell and Elizabeth c 12 Mar 1809 Eastwood
Elizabeth Chambers m 7 Nov 1804 Greasley Lincoln



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APPENDIX VIII

INFORMATION TAKEN FROM THE INTERNATIONAL

GENEALOGICAL INDEX - FOR ENGLAND



Arrell, Elizabeth
Arrel, Alexander
Arrel, Hannah
Arrel, Jane
Arrel, Jane



Arrell, Mary



Arriel, Charles
Bowles



Arrell, Emma
Arrel, Robert



Arrell, George
Lisson

Arrell, Josiah



NORTHUMBERLAND

John Storiem 4 Jun 1678 Berwick upon Tweed

Alexander Arrel and —- c 8 Jun 1745 Tweedmouth

Alexander Arrel and — - c 16 Oct 1748 Tweedmouth

Alexander Arrel and -— c 25 May 1740 Tweedmouth

Alexander Arrel and — - c 5 Nov 1752 Tweedmouth

OXFORD

John Griffin m21 Dec 1727 Petworth

STAFFORD

— and Mary Arriel c 6 Jan 1771 Uttoxeter

SUFFOLK

William Samson m 12 Sep 1874 Monk Soham

William Arrel and Hannah c 27 Jun 1872 Suffolk

County BTS

WARWICKSHIRE

Annie Gaskell m 16 Nov 1868Rugby, Saint Andrew

Thomas Arrell and Ellen c 19 Nov 1848 Warwick, Saint Mary



APPENDIX IX
EARLY ARRELL FAMILIES - NORTHERN IRELAND



I JOHN ARREL. He m Jane Campbell of Cabragh They had:
1 HENRY ARREL, b 5 Jan 1821, bapt 7 Jan 1821, Cabragh.



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APPENDIX IX
EARLY ARRELL FAMILIES - NORTHERN IRELAND - Continued

I WILLIAM ARRILL. He m Jean— -of Cabragh. They had:

I HENRY ARRILL, b 2 Sept 1822, bapt 21 Sept 1822, Cabragh.

I WILLIAM ARRELL. He m Jane — of Cabragh. They had:

1 WILLIAM ARRELL, b 2 Oct 1824, bapt 17 Oct 1824, Cabragh.

2 ESTHER JANE ARRELL, b circa 1825, resided in Cabragh. She m 28 Jan 1859 to
Henry Arrell, farmer of Cabragh. Henry was the son of William Arrell, farmer. The
couple was married in Maghera. Witnesses were John Arrell and Sarah Porter.
ESTHER JANE d 6 Feb 1875, Cabragh.

3 MARY JANE ARRELL. b 1 May 1827, bapt 1 May 1827, Cabragh. She m 26 Feb
1857 to Robert Mitchell, farmer, of Cool Sarah. They were married in the Parish of
Termoneeny. Robert was the son of James Mitchell, farmer.

I HENRY ARRELL, farmer. He m SARAH ARRELL — - of Cabragh. They had:

1 WILLIAM JOHN ARRELL, b 7 Oct 1853, bapt 1 1 Mar 1854, Cabragh.

2 (May have had ?) ANNIE ELVEA ARRELL, b 1869. ANNIE resided in Cabragh
when she m John Ewing on 1 1 Nov 1881. John, b 1867, a farmer, was the son of
Robert Ewing, a farmer.

3 (May have had ?) HENRY J. ARRELL, of Rocktown, m 19 Apr 1910 to Jeanie
Arrell of Glasgow. Jeanie was the daughter of Alexander Arrell, a foreman - carter.

I LAVINIA ARROL, b circa 1825, buried 14 Jan 1879, aged 54, Cabragh.

I WILLIAM ARROL, b circa 1826, buried 15 May 1901, aged 75, Cabragh.

I WILLIAM ARRELL, b circa 1830, buried 2 Mar 1894, age 64 - Presbyterian - Cabragh.

I WILLIAM ARRELL, farmer, Cabragh.
1 MARY JANE ARRELL, b circa 1832. MARY JANE was living in Cabragh when she
m on 19 Jul 1872 to Adam McFaddon, a widower and pensioner of Braugh. Adam
was the son of William McFadden, a farmer. MARY JANE was buried 4 Jul 1899,
aged 67, Cabragh.

I JOHN ARRELL, writing clerk. He m and they had:
1 WILLIAM ARRELL. WILLIAM was an office clerk in 1872, a farmer in 1873 and
a linen manufacturer in 1875. He m 25 Feb 1870 to Elizabeth (Lizzie) Robinson.
They had:

1-1 JAMES ARRELL, b 15 Jul 1872, Craigmore, Drummaul.
1-2 JOHN ARRELL, b 10 Nov 1873, Craigmore, Drummaul.
1-3 WILLIAM ROBINSON, b 15 Apr 1875, Craigmore, Drummaul.



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APPENDIX X

INFORMATION FROM INDEX TO REGISTER OF TESTAMENTS

COMMISSARIOT OF STIRLING 1607-1800

I JOHN ARRELL, 2 May 1646, maltman, burgess of Stirling.

II WILLIAM ARRELL, 25 Jul 1673, merchant, burgess of Stirling.

APPENDIX XI
EARLY ARRELL FAMILIES IN SCOTLAND

I JON. ARRELL, m Janet Buchanan. They resided in Cashill, County Stirling. They
had:

1 CHRISTIAN ARRELL, b 8 Jul 1649, Cashill, Buchanan. County Stirling.

2 THOMAS ARRELL, b 21 Jan 1655.

II JON. ARRELL, m Helen Buchanan McWattie. They resided in Cashill, County
Stirling. They had:

1 HELEN ARRELL, b 14 May 1652, Cashill, Buchanan, County Stirling.

III DUNCAN ARRELL, m Mrgret Smyth. They resided in Luss, Buchanan, County
Stirling. They had:

1 CHRISTEN ARRELL, b 14 Oct 1655, Luss, Buchanan, County Stirling.

IV PATRICK ARRELL, m Christian McAuslan. Witnesses, Roberty Smyth and Jon.
Arrell. They resided in Luss, Buchanan, County Stirling. They had:

1 JHONE ARRELL, b 15 Feb 1657, Luss, Buchanan, County Stirling.

2 JONET ARRELL, b 4 Jul 1658, Luss, Buchanan, County Stirling.

3 ROBERT ARRELL, b 14 Apr 1661, Luss, Buchanan, County Stirling.

V ALEXANDER ARRELL, brewery - drayman, m 19 Jul 1881 to Annie Liddell, Partick,
Glasgow. They had:

1 SARAH ARRELL, b 28 Jun 1887, 16 Glenpark Street, Glasgow.

VI SAMUEL ARRELL, b circa 1872, m 9 Oct 1903 to Elizabeth Reid in Hutchenson,
Glasgow. SAMUEL was a steelworker in 1917 and a fumaceman in 1949. Elizabeth
d 1940 in Townhead, Glasgow. SAMUEL d 1968 m Glasgow, age 96. They had:

1 ELIZABETH ARRELL, b 1913, Dennistoun, Glasgow. ELIZABETH was a
shorthand typist. They resided at 160 Roebuck Street, Glasgow and m 4 Apr 1949
to Alexander Donnan at St. Andrews East Church, Glasgow. He was b circa 1911,
the son of Alexander Donnan, a woodturner, and Margaret March.

2 SAMUEL ARRELL, b 25 Aug 1917, 125 Coventry Drive, Dennistoun, Glasgow.
It is believed he m in 1945 to — Gibson, Ardrossan, Scotland.



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I



APPENDIX XI
EARLY ARRELL FAMILIES IN SCOTLAND - Continued



VII SARAH ARRELL, m Nov 1885 to ROBERT ARROL, a general labourer, in
Magerafelt, Count}' Londonderry, Northern Ireland. They had:

1 WILLIAM ARROL, b 22 May 1898, 3 Fairley Street, Glasgow.

VIII JEANIE ARRELL, b 1904, Dennistoun, Glasgow.

IX JOHN ARRELL, b circa 1907 and d 1964, Glasgow, North.

X SARAH MARTHA ARRELL, b 1908 in Dennistoun, Glasgow and m in 1948 to — -
Gillespie in Blythswood, Glasgow.

XI WALTER ARRELL, m Jonet Mcray. They had:
1 MARIE ARRELL, b 16 Feb 1678.

XII JOHN ARRELL (OR ARRAL), souldier, m Janet (or Jonet) Wright. They had;

1 JOHN ARRELL, b 26 Oct 1687.

2 ANDREW ARRAL, b 13 Apr 1689.

XIII ROBERT ARRELL or ARRALL or ARROLL), souldier, m Isobell Mcalpin.
They had:

1 ROBERT ARRELL, b 3 Jun 1687.

2 LILIAS ARRALL, b 28 Nov 1689.

3 WILLIAM ARROLL, b 24 Oct 1694.



APPENDIX XII
McAREL/McARREL'S LISTED IN THE RECORDS OF THE
GENERAL REGISTER OFFICE - EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND

I JOHN McARREL, m 9 May 1879 to Jane — -. They had:

1 JOHN McARREL, b 16 Sept 1882, Main Street, Auchinlick, Scotland.

II WILLIAM McAREL, b 1909, Tannadice, Scotland.



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APPENDIX XIII

INFORMATION TAKEN FROM MICROFICHE
VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

I THOMAS ARRELL, m Isabella White. They had:

1 ISABELLA ARRELL, b 1872 at Broadford Victoria.

2 JANE ARREL, b 1874 at Benalla Victoria.

3 LOVINIA ARRELL, b 1875 at Benalla, Victoria

4 THOMAS BEAZLEY ARRELL, b 1877 at Benalla, Victoria.

5 MARY-ANNE ARRELL, b 1879 at Benalla, Victoria.

6 ELIZABETH (or ELIZA) ARRELL, b 1880, at Benalla, Victoria.

7 SARAH ARRELL, b 1881 and d 1883, age 1 year.

8 WILLIAM JOHN ARRELL, b 1884 at Benalla, Victoria and d 1884, age 9 months.

9 JOHN WILLIAM ARRELL, b 1886 and d 1886, age 8 months.

10 HENRY DAVID ARRELL, b 1889.

11 SAMUEL ARRELL.



APPENDIX XIV
ARRELLS LISTED IN THE QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA POST OFFICE

DIRECTORY
1878-1940



NAME


OCCUPATION


LOCATION




YEAR


Arrell


Wm. John


Cordial and vinegar












manufacturer


Ann St.,




Val 1878/79


Arrell


Mrs. Sarah




10 North St,




S.H.I 883/84


Arrell


Mrs.




7 Little George


St.


S.H.1887


Arrell


William




Little George St




S.H.I 887


Arrell


William Constable




Nerang


1889


Arrell


Wm.




Lit George St.




S.H.I 890


Arrell


Bros.,


Die sinkers, engravers


Adelaide St; p.r




M.H 1890/92


Arrell


Wm.,


French polisher


Lit George St.




S.H.1892


Arrell


Hy.,


C.S.Lds, Dept.


Balmain St.




M.H. 1893


Arrell


Mrs. Sarah




Balmain St.




M.H.1893


Arrell


Bros.,


Engravers


Adelaide St.


Brisbane 1894/95


Arrell


Wm.,


French polisher


Fernberg Rd.


Padngtn


1894/95


Arrell


William


Senior constable


Harrisville




1894/97


Arrell


Mrs. S.


"Cabragh"


Lutwychie St.




M.H. 1895/99


Arrell


Wm.




Fernberg Rd.












Rosalie,


Brisbane 1896/99


Arrell


Bros.,


Engravers


204 Queen St.


Brisbane 1897/99



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APPENDIX XIV

ARRELLS LISTED IN THE QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA POST OFFICE

DIRECTORY - 1879-1940 - Continued



NAME



OCCUPATION



Arrell


, Henry,


Draftsman, Sur. E


Arrell


, Thomas




Arrell


, William


Senior constable


Arrell


, Hen.




Arrell


, Wm.




Arrell


, Wm.


Sergt. police


Arrell


, Thos.,




Arrell


, Wm.


Police sergt


Arrell


, E.


Engraver


Arrell


, W.J.


Police sergt


Arrell


, Wm. Sr.




Arrell


, Thomas G.




Arrell


,Hy.




Arrell


, Thomas G.




Arrell


, W.L.


Tchr


Arrell


, Wm.




Arrell


, Wm.L. Jr




Arrell


, Jno W.




Arrell


, Wm J.




Arrell


, Mrs. G.




Arrell


, Mrs. Lillie E.




Arrell


, Wm.





LOCATION
Logan Road,
Dickson St.

O'Keefe St.
Latrobe Ter.
Campbell St.
Sackville St.
East St.
183 Geo St.



Bank St.
Main St.
O'Keefe St
Earl St.



YEAR
Wool. S.B.I 897/99
ThorToldtownl900
Gatton 1900
Wgabba 1902/06
Paddington 1902/04
T'woomba 1902
Coorparoo 1904/06
Ipswich 1906
Brisbane 1908
Nerang 1908
West End 1910/26



Cooparoo 1910/11

Wgabba 1910/13

Annerley 1912/40

Goondiwindi 1915/16

Rialto St. Cooparoo 1920/22

Bank St. West End 1920/32

428 Upper Edward St.

Spring Hill 1922/26
Bank St. West End 1928/32

Harriet St. Red Hill 1928/40

50 Bank St. West End 1934/40

Bank St. West End 1934/40



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APPENDIX XV
RECORD OF ARROLS AND ARROLLS IN NORTHERN IRELAND

Rentals of the Archbishoprick of Ardmagh in Ulster:

1661 Thomas Arroll for one bamestead close eastward of the school

house in Armagh. 2 Capons and 1 Day's work £0.05.00

1661 Another of the Demeasne lands conteyninge one hundred
and eight three acres and a halfe lying next the town and
disposed of for a year ending at May next to the hereunder
names.
Mr. Arroll 29 acres & 1 rood £4.04.00



1663 The names of the New demesne lands about the City of Armagh.

Mr. Arroll for 29 acres and one rood £4.07.00

1663 Thos Arroll for one bamstead & Close Eastward of the school.
2 Capons and 1 Day's work 0.05.00

1676 Thos Erroll for one bamstead & Close Eastward of the School House.
2 Capons and 1 Day's work £0.05.00

1676 The new Demesnes neare Armagh conteininge about 150 acres,
the same more or less lett aff about 4 shillings per acre. Term of
Years - During the life of Pr: Margetson.
List includes Thos Arroll and 5 additional present tenants'£35.00 00



Marriage Records

20 May 1859 Thomas Arrol of Bready, Tyrone m Susan McAnislan in

Strabane. 10/234

9 Feb 1912 Sarah Arroll of Gourock, Scotland m William Graham

in Magherafelt. 1/800

12 Jul 1919 Mary Arrol of Belfast, m Bertie Quail in Belfast. 1/706

25 Nov 1919 Alice Arrol of Belfast, m Daniel McNamara in Belfast. 1/734



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APPENDIX XV
RECORD OF ARROLS AND ARROLLS IN NORTHERN IRELAND - Continued



Elizabeth Arrol, Strabane, Age 93

John Arrol, Belfast, Age 74

Dora Arrol, Megherafelt, Age 18

Alexander Arrol, Megherafelt, Age 85 1/526

Jane Arrol, Belfast, Age 28



Death I


lecords


1881




2/305


1902




1/176


1908




1/435




1912




1917




1/210





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APPENDIX XVI

JOHN ARROLL

SCHOOLMASTER AT ROW

1709 - 1760

Rhu, or "the Row," as it is termed by the natives, seems to have been fortunate in
securing the services of a succession of good teachers, notwithstanding the indifferent
remunerations which the office yielded. Down almost to the advent of the school board,
teachers as a body all over Scotland were miserably paid, and only too often the dwelling
considered as quite sufficient for such was a "but an' a ben," with the privilege added
thereto of grazing one cow. Yet in spite of these repellant circumstances, educated men
possessing considerable gifts and culture were not mfrequently found discharging
faithfully all the drudgeries of the office for life cheerfully, though ofttimes unthanked
by parents, all but slenderly reverenced betimes by pupils... Row seems to have
possessed the services of a series of such clever teachers.

In 1759, John Arrol, a man over fifty had been for a number of years teacher in "the
Row", as it used to be known. His times were stirring ones in the history of the county.
He had seen the Rebellion of '45, watched with deep interest the sudden rise of Bonnie
Prince Charlie's fortunes, and his equally sudden collapse, with the destruction of all the
long-cherished hopes of the Jacobite party. Whatever John Arrol's sympathies were we
know he swore allegiance to King George on his accession to the throne. John was a
parish schoolmaster, and therefore bound to be a loyal subject of the kmg. John had too
much at stake to allay himself with the malcontents, even had his sympathies gone that
way, for he occupied the very honourable postiion of banker to the neighborhood.

Banks had not covered the land with their branches. The thrifty in remote places, had
as a rule, no more eligible place than the chest for storing their savings of economical
farmers and fisherman. John Arrol would lend money at interest to his customers when
a safe outlet for the money presented itself That Arrol occupied such a position of trust
showed the confidence and esteem in which he was held by the parishioners - a
confidence which many years of upright conduct in the discharge of his trust had
considerably strenghtened. In addition to the office of teacher he had that of session
cltrk, and it is very probably that he also officiated as precentor, that being an
appointment not unfrequently conjoined with the others.

Such was the position of matters in 1759. Occasionally the small sums which Arrol lent
out were difficult to recover. Money was scarce and opportunities of meeting debtors
comparatively few, these being at the Dumbarton Market, Luss Fair, or on rent or Court
Days. On such occasions debtors and creditors met and adjusted accounts. Doubtless,
payment had to be sought for more dililgently and under great difficulty.

Amongst those who had borrowed money from Arrol was a man named Cunningham,
who resided in Dumbarton. Cunningham owed Arrol thirty pounds sterling - a large sum
in those days, when money was more valuable then it is now. Hearing unfavorable



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reports of this man, Arrol started to uplift the money from Cunningham, having
previously called it up. He arrived in Dumbarton safely and was seen by many in the
company of Cunningham to whom he came in quest. Arrol did not reach home that
night. As he was a man of very methodical habits, his non-appearance for several days
caused alarm. The citizens turned out en masse to the country side in search of him,
dead or alive. Their united efforts were in vain - no trace of him could be found. About
three weeks after this search was made, the dead body of the murdered schoolmaster was
found floating in the Leven near the castle. When it was got ashore, it was ascertained
that the mode adopted to give end to poor Arrol was a stab with knife or dagger in the
left breast. There was neither money nor valuables found on his person. It is quite
evident that the body had been recently consigned to the river, as the inside of the
p)Ockets were dry.

It is reported by tradition, that when the relatives and friends of the deceased wished to
carry his body home for internment in the Row Kirkyard, the authorities of the burgh
interfered with their arrangements, and compelled them to inter the body in the parish in
which it was found. The tradition is that the Castle threatened to fire upon them if they
took the body away. Yielding to circumstances too potent for them to resist, they buried
the remains in the south-east postion of the Parish Kirkyard of Dumbarton where the
tombstone can still be seen today.

The man Cunningham, who was owing Arrol the thrity pounds sterling, when lying on
his death- bed confessed that he was the murderer, and stated that he paid over the money
to Arrol, and got a receipt for the same under his hand, and then dispatched Arrol with
a dagger. Cunningham rifled the body, and it up one of the disused chimneys of the
house, where, shortly after, it was discovered by his servant girl, who received such a
shock that, fortunately for him, she went raving mad. At a convenient time, upon a pitch
dark night, he carried off the tell-tale corpse upon his back to the river-side, and lauched
it forth to sink or swim. Having made that revelation, he breathed his last, and went to
where he had to give the deeds done to the body.

Cunningham was suspected from the very first to have been Arrol's murderer, and was
asked, when the body was recovered from the Leven, to undergo the trial by touch, as
it was then the belief that if the murderer but touched the body of his victim, the wound
would bleed. His friend, however, advised him by no means to undergo the test, as the
wound wiykd also bleed if the body ws touched by a man who shaved on Sunday, so that
if he had ever shaved on that day, then the result might fasten the charge of murder upon
him. The Rev. Mr. Freebaim, the parish minister, who was present, stated that he had
in his time shaved on a Sunday, and that he therefore, to test the force of that objection,
would touch the corpse and see what results would follow. He did so, and no wound
bled in response. That difficulty having been got rid of, Cunningham was again urged
to clear himself by the ordeal of touch, but he resolutely declined.

1 Excerpted from "A Nongenarians Reminiscenses of Garelochside & Helensburgh,"
Chapter V; "The Murder of John Arrol, Schoolmaster of Row," by Donald Macleod.



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