Born at East Charleston, Victoria, CoE. Enlisted 3 August 1915 age 35, blacksmith. Nok sister, Mary Wookey of Warburton, Victoria. Embarked at Fremantle 13 October 1915 per A32 Themistocles. In France on 29 July 1916, he suffered a gunshot wound to the left arm. RTA A18 Wiltshire in December 1916 and hospitalised at the Military Hospital Fremantle. Discharged medically unfit 28 February 1917 and received a war pension of 30 shillings per fortnight. Service medals: 1914-1918 Star, BWM and VM. Cottesloe and district Honour Rolls. Only four Arundell recorded in the ANA WW1 Military list only one Arundell R.