Dennis Arnell c.1837-c.1853
Mrs Caroline Arnell c.1853-c.1866
Albert Arnell c.1866-c.1901
Miss Lily Caroline Arnell c.1901-c.1931
Dennis (otherwise Denis) Arnell is listed as a jeweller from 1838 until 1844 at 9 Queen Square, Clerkenwell, where, similarly described, he is noted together with his wife, Caroline Mary, at the time of the baptisms at St. Bartholomew the Great of their children, Jane, born 6 November 1837, baptised 17 November 1839, and Charles, born 19 October 1839, baptised on 17 November 1839. Moving to 39 Skinner Street, Clerkenwell, Arnell is again listed as a jeweller from 1845 until 1853. Thereafter Caroline Arnell is recorded at the same address [30.8.1853], where she is listed as a jeweller from 1854 until 1866, and where she was succeeded by Albert Arnell [14.3.1864], similarly listed from 1867 until 1880. In 1875 the latter advertised as a 'working jeweller, etc . . . Roman setting and ornamental engraving for the trade.' He then moved to 13 Brewer Street North, Clerkenwell, EC, where he is listed as a working jeweller from 1881 until 1901. The 1901 Census records him at the age of 59 as a 'gold ring [and] bracelet carver.' Afterwards Miss Lily Caroline Arnell is similarly listed at the same address from 1902 until 1931.
mk: 3, 1637
ref: 6/47/4, 6/129/2
1. Grimwade p.358. See also Grimwade p.375 for Richard Sayer Arnell who may be connected and who by 1867 is listed as a jeweller and furrier at 98 Edgware Road, W.
2. Samuel Starkey entered marks from this address, 1829-1837 (Grimwade p.379)
3. Thomas Green is listed here previously as a goldsmith
4. JM 15.6.1875 p.498
5. Frederick Horne is listed here previously as a watch jeweller
6. 1901 Census reference