List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SCHOOL [Monifieth] School (Parish)
School (Parish)
School (Parish)
Mr Smith
Revd. [Reverend] Mr Young
Thomas Kerr
055 [Situation] In the central portion of the village
A very good substantial building with a good dwelling and garden attached It accommodates 68 pupils of both sexes of which twenty three are females and the subscription for each varies from 2/ [£0.2.0] to 5/ [£0.5.0] per Quarter. The branches taught are Latin, Greek, French, Mathmatics, reading writing, arithmetic, grammar & geography William Smith is teacher who recieves a salary of £34 per annum with a free house from the heritors
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL [Monifieth] Industrial School
Industrial School
Industrial School
Mr Smith
Mr Erskine
Valuation roll
055 [Situation] In the SE [South East] end of the village
A small school with a dwelling and garden attached erected by Mr Erskine of Linlathen. It is attended by about sixty younger children of both sexes who are taught reading, writing, sewing & knitting and their subscriptions vary from 1/ [£0.1.0] to 3/ [£0.3.0] per Quarter. Miss Morrison is the teacher who has a grant of about £15 per annum from Mr Erskine. It was erected in 1827

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