List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KINGENNIE Kingennie Revd. [Reverend] J G. Young
James Webster
Rent Receipt
050 [Situation] In the northern portion of the parish.
A farm house with garden and extensive Outhouses attached. All in good repair. Occupied by James Webster and the property of F.L.S. Wetherburn Esqr.
Site of KINGENNIE CHAPEL Kingennie Chapel (Site of) New Stat: [Statistical] Account
James Webster (Farmer Kingennie)
R. Arklay Esqr.
050 [Situation] At the west side of the farm steading of Kingennie
"(Chapels) Kingennie in the northern district of the present parish is also mentioned in the same roll as one of the 34 churches belonging to the Abbey - The ruinous remains of it were removed about twelve years ago during repairs made on the farm steading and stackyard occupying its site" N Stat: Act: [Statistical Account] Mr Webster, the farmer, who removed the remains, showed its site to me, but could not with certainty trace the foundations of the walls. The Centre of the building is marked on the trace thus +

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Parish of Monifieth -- Sheet 50 Plan 12 Trace 5

Kingennie Chapel [notes]
The name Kingennie appears to be from the
Gaelic Ceann gaineich i.e The Sand Head, or Hill.

The occupier of Kingennie farm Mr. Webster speaks
about the site of a Castle which he says was called Castle Gothrough
from which he traces the origin of the name Guthrie and points out the site in a
field close to the farm steading, but no other person could be found who knew
anything concerning this castle for which reason it has not been written.

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