Genealogy for Sydney Nathaniel Arnott (1867 - 1924) family tree on Geni, with over 190 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. William Arnott died at his residence ‘Arnottholme’ 65-7, Albert Rd in 1901 and his widow, Margaret died in the following year. Louise was the daughter of architect Harry Chambers Kent, who lived at ‘Kelmswood’ in Redmyre Rd. I’m searching for evidence of my Grandmother’s cousin being married to a Arnott son. I have a lot of information on the descendants of John and Agnes McLean. The death of Effie Gladys Shaw was recorded on 22 July 1923 (father Edward and mother Eliza) and she is buried at Woronora Cemetery, Sutherland, New South Wales. I’d like to congratulate you on this terrific website. My Grandmother’s Aunt was born a Murphy and she married a soldier (Clark) they were the Publicans at the Prince of Wales Hotel (White Horse Hotel) in Innisfail, Queensland prior to their daughter getting married to a Arnott. I was told that SAO name came from Salvation Army Officer. Hi Allison I am also looking for more info on Margaret’s family. Strathfield-Homebush District Historical Society, Find the name of your house in Strathfield, Flats, Apartments and Units in Strathfield, ‘Windsor Flats’ 8 Loftus Crescent Homebush, Sands Strathfield & Homebush Directory 1880, Sands Strathfield & Homebush directory 1882, ‘Glen Marvis’ 59-61 Abbotsford Road Homebush, ‘Goongirwarrie’ 55-57 Abbotsford Road Homebush, ‘Hawthorne’ 78-80 Abbotsford Road Homebush, ‘Florenceville’ 44 Abbotsford Rd Homebush, ‘Milroy’, ‘Elwood House’ and ‘Chepstowe’, Albert Rd, Catholic Institute of Sydney, 99 Albert Rd, Strathfield, ‘Arnottholme’ 67-69 Albert Road Strathfield, ‘Ovalau’ Albert Rd Strathfield (demolished), ‘Bickley’ and former 20 Albyn Road Strathfield, ‘Camden Lodge’ 102 Burlington Rd Homebush, ‘Marlborough’ 94-96 Burlington Road Homebush, ‘The Parsonage’ 51 Burlington Rd Homebush, ‘Glen Luna’ 2-4 Carrington Ave Strathfield, ‘Allerton’ 78 Churchill Avenue Strathfield, ‘Glennifer Brae’ 71 Churchill Ave Strathfield, ‘Inglewood’ 59 Churchill Avenue Strathfield, ‘Mozart House’ 57 Albert Road, Strathfield, ‘Cotswold’ 7-11 Cotswold Road Strathfield, Former Presbyterian Church, 90 Homebush Rd, ‘Brockby Lodge’ 123-127 Homebush Road Strathfield, ‘Huntingtower’ 33-35 Homebush Road Strathfield, ‘Terry-Hi-Hi’ 44-45 Homebush Rd Strathfield, ‘Hornsey’ 17-19 Kingsland Road Strathfield, ‘Ingleburn’ 13-15 Kingsland Road Strathfield, ‘Dunrobbin’ 52-54 Llandilo Ave, Strathfield, ‘Greystanes’ 101-103 Redmyre Road Strathfield, ‘Heaton Lodge’ 64 Redmyre Road Strathfield, ‘Inglethorpe’ 95 Redmyre Road Strathfield, ‘Springfort’ 108 Redmyre Road Strathfield, Strathfield Croquet Club, 50 Redmyre Road Strathfield, ‘The Rectory’ 23 Vernon Street Strathfield, ‘St Vigeans’ 12 Vernon Street Strathfield, ‘Dalmeny’ 18 Wakeford Road Strathfield (Demolished), Welfare St and Flemington Road Homebush West, Columbia Grammophone/EMI Records Homebush, Mayors, Deputy Mayors & Aldermen of Strathfield, Strathfield Council – history of council amalgamations, Strathfield Council Chambers and Town Hall, Recollections of C A Henderson Sydney to Homebush 1855, St Ann’s Catholic Church Strathfield South, St Martha’s Church and School Strathfield, The Parish of Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral of the Russian Orthodox Church, ‘Mount Royal’ Australian Catholic University, Former Leigh College, Liverpool Rd Strathfield Sth, 'Camden Lodge' 102 Burlington Rd Homebush. The author of specific articles should be correctly attributed. Sharon Arnott Photography. It is located at 11-13 Beresford Road was originally built for John Morrison, who had associations with NSW Railways. The house is still there, owned by OTEN. Arnott married Monica Sinclair, who died in 1865 and later Margaret Fleming who died in 1902. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. All about the history and heritage of Strathfield. To avoid confusion between members of the family, I have detailed the line of decadency in this article. Yes, I would like to receive marketing communication and updates from Arnott’s* You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our … ( Log Out / It was sold in late 1920s to the International Bible Students Assocation, better known as Jehovah’s Witnesses and remained in their possession until the early 1980s. The Strathfield-Homebush District Historical Society has been working with Strathfield Council in developing an exhibition on WWI, which is focused on the Strathfield district and its people who participated in the war effort. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Hello everyone, Many years ago I met with “Nip & Bill” Arnott at Clifton Gardens In North Queensland and ended up They were good friends of Beresford’s. We lived in Newcastle. Not too clear on the era. ( Log Out / Bringing all of these influences together is what created Morpeth Sourdough in 2002. There is a marriage recorded in 1921 of Effie G Piper and Edward Shaw at Sutherland in NSW. His son Percival Sinclair Arnott [1889-1950] was a resident of Strathfield. Together, with exterior & interior design, they captured the essence of our heritage and baking expertise. Colonel John Mclean Arnott [1869-1945] was the Managing Director of Arnott’s Biscuits. If you wish to use or republish material please contact [email protected] The Arnott’s Foundation "CREATING MOMENTS OF REAL CONNECTION FOR AUSTRALIAN FAMILIES WHEN THEY NEED IT MOST" Learn More > Sign up for updates. I remember John Reed, whose father owned Reeds Bakery which used to be just down the street from the school. Very confusing! Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. If you would like to know more please contact me. Harold Arnott [1888-1971]. The saying used throughout the family is “on her tee sits the best polly”-Honesty is the best policy. He had children by both his wives and descendents of both his families lived in Strathfield and most appear to be involved with the running of Arnott’s Biscuits. I went to McDonald College at Beresford Rd Strathfield starting in 1987 & the school was originally in the old Arnotts House. Colonel John McLean Arnott served in the AIF with much distinction during World War I earning the rank of Colonel. Arnott married Monica Sinclair, who died … ‘Waratah’ 37 Homebush Road was built for Janet by William Arnott and shares a boundary with Arnott’s ‘Arnottholme’ property in Albert Rd. I was wondering if anyone knew of a Arrnot girl become a Webb. I am looking for more information on Margaret and her family. 10, June 1989. Arnott’s became well known for its bread, cake and particularly its biscuits – which, from 1882, were shipped to Sydney. His family home, named for eldest son, was built on Union Street (then Melville Street), next door to the William Arnott’s Steam Biscuit Factory that opened in 1877. Hello, My great great .. ect grandfather was George William Webb, 1887 mayor of Newcastle. Permission must be sought prior to use of material from this site, which are subject to copyright protection. I think it was the Arnotts family home?? The Arnott’s Biscuit Factory and later Arnott’s headquarters were moved to Homebush NSW. In 1847, Scottish immigrant William Arnott opened a bakery in Morpeth, New South Wales. My nan is Hazel Stewart 93. The July/August Newsletter has been published. Another son of the Arnott/Sinclair marriage was Samuel Sinclair Arnott [1861-1934. ( Log Out / My mum lived there for 67 years from 1937. This is where she developed her expertise in large-scale bread production. Same age as me probably. Stay up to date with new products, delicious recipes, exciting promotions and more! After viewing the dilapidated bakehouse, Stephen and Allison purchased the site and moved to Morpeth. Walter Esmond Arnott [1879-1955] was a solicitor and married Mary Patterson Ross in 1905. He married Nina Boden in 1915 and in 1916 built ‘Wawona’ at 96 Albyn Rd [cnr Chalmers Rd]. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! We believe her birth surname was Clark or Clarke. Arnotts Board of Directors (Arnotts Family) William Arnott [1827-1901] founded Arnott’s Biscuits near Newcastle NSW. she is also listed as Margaret Fleming aged 1 on the 1841 Census. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Margaret McLean Fleming was the daughter of John and Agnes McLean who were Scottish immigrants who came to Australia as assisted immigrants in October 1858 with their seven children.