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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MONIFIETH SANDS Monifieth Sands
Monifieth Sands
Monifieth Sands
Sands of Monifieth
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Young
James Webster
James Low
Chart of Frith of Tay 1816
054; 055 [Situation] Along the southern side of the parish
A large extend of sands forming the foreshore of Monifieth parish and stretching from almost opposite Bent Ho. [House] to the eastern boundary of the Ph. [Parish] - they are interspersed with numerous patches of boulders & shingle. Near Milton, the foreshore at low water extends a considerable distance into the Tay, forming a bank or bar, named "Lady Bank"
MONIFIETH LINKS Monifieth Links
Monifieth Links
Monifieth Links
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Young
James Webster
James Low
055 [Situation] Along the south side of the parish.
These links are situated at the south side of the parish, contiguous to the H.W. [High Water] mark, and stretch along the foreshore for a considerable distance. They are defined on the east by the parish boundary, on the south by H.W. [High Water] mark, and terminate on the west near to Broughty Ferry opposite Bent House - the northern limit is defined on traces by yellow dots.
These links are wholly Rough pasture, interspersed with furze
FIRTH OF TAY Firth of Tay See Name Sheets for plans of Fife and Kinross

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