Helen MacDonald Rattray1

F, #3619, b. 11 June 1899, d. between 1930 and 1940
Last Edited=14 Dec 2012
     Helen MacDonald Rattray, daughter of Joseph Rattray and Helen MacDonald, was born on 11 June 1899 at Cecil Terrach, Surry, England.1 Helen MacDonald Rattray was the daughter of Joseph Rattray and Helen MacDonald.21

Helen MacDonald Rattray married James Arnott, son of William Arnot and Euphemia Wright, on 12 July 1919 at Scotland.1

Helen MacDonald Rattray immigrated to the United States on 14 April 1925 to New York City, Kings County, New York. She and her two sons arrived aboard the Columbia from Glasgow.2,3

Helen MacDonald Rattray died between 1930 and 1940. This death date is by conjecture only. Helen MacDonald Rattray did not appear with the rest of her family on the 1940 census.4

Helen MacDonald Rattray appeared on the United States census of 15 April 1930 in the household of James Arnott at Brooklyn Borough, New York City, Kings County, New York.3

Children of Helen MacDonald Rattray and James Arnott

Citations

  1. [S415] Paul J. Siemer, "Correspondence with Paul J. Siemer Regarding the Arnott Family," (author E-Mail address private) at unknown address, to this researcher, May 2009, Arnott is his wife's family line.. Hereinafter cited as "Correspondence - Paul J. Siemer."
  2. [S415] Paul J. Siemer, "Correspondence with Paul J. Siemer Regarding the Arnott Family," (author E-Mail address private) at unknown address, to this researcher, May 2009. Hereinafter cited as "Correspondence - Paul J. Siemer."
  3. [S120] 1930 United States Census, population schedule, Burrough of Brooklyn, New York, Kings County, New York, Assembly District 18, Block E, Enumeration District 24-810, Supervisors District 30, printed page 23B, line 77. James was a machinist.; digital image by subscription, The Generations Network (http://www.ancestry.com); from the National Archives microfilm. A printed copy is in the personal records of this researcher.
  4. [S480] 1940 United States Census, population schedule; digital image by subscription, The Generations Network (http://www.ancestry.com); from the National Archives microfilm. A printed copy is in the personal records of this researcher.