James Andrew Arndell was born 14 November 1831 in Cattai, New South Wales, Australia to Thomas Arndell (1799-1865) and Sophia Loder (1803-1887) and died 12 August 1894 "Glen Dhu", Blandford, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Louisa McDougall (1839-1888) 9 September 1874 in "Kelso Place", Singleton, New South Wales, Australia.


Offspring of James Andrew Arndell and Louisa McDougall (1839-1888)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Ada Sophia Arndell (1875-1940)
Horace Andrew Arndell (1876-1896)
Alicia Louisa Arndell (1878-1952)
Douglas James Arndell (1879-1901)
Lizette Amelia Arndell (1879-1914)



Another Hawkesbury native passed suddenly away last Sunday at his residence, Glen Dhu, Blandford, in the person of James Andrew Arndell, a former resident and native of Caddai.

Deceased was the youngest son of the late Mr Thomas Arndell, of Caddai, and was brother to Mr Thomas Arndell of the same locality, and Mr Geo Arndell, of Blandford. The family is one of the oldest in the district, deceased's late father being born in the Hawkesbury. Deceased carried on farming pursuits here for some years with his brothers, but after the '67 flood, when the farmers suffered so heavily, he left with his brother George to try his fortune elsewhere, and chose the Muswellbrook district, where they went in for sheep-farming. Deceased was related to the Hall family, and was buried at Murrurundi on Tuesday last. He had attained the age of 62 years.

Windsor and Richmond Gazette, 18 August 1894, page 7

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‡ General
₪ Wedding
  • Married, at the residence of the bride's parents, on the 9th inst, by the Rev. Dr. White, JAMES ANDREW ARNDELL Esq., of Glen Dhu, Trinore, to LOUISA, third daughter of Andrew McDougall, Esq., of Kelso Place, Singleton.
The Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, 16 September 1874, page 2
¶ Death
  • ARNDELL.—On the 12th instant, at Glen Dhu, Blandford, James Andrew, youngest son of the late Thomas Arndell, of Caddai, Hawkesbury River, aged 62 years.
Windsor and Richmond Gazette, 25 August 1894, page 4