List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Ferry House
Ferry House
Major Archibald Douglas
Valuation Roll
Mr Martin
054 [Situation] At the south side of the village fronting the shore
A good two story house, with garden and stabling.
Property and residence of Major Archibald Douglas.
Site of CHAPEL [Broughty Ferry] Chapel (Site of)
Chapel (Site of)
Chapel (Site of)
Statistical Acct. [Account] of Parish
Mr James Lindsay
Mr Andrew Spence
054 [Situation] In the SW [South West] end of the village close to the parish boundary
This is the site of one of the four Chapelries mentioned in the Statistical account of the Ph. [Parish] Was used as a place of Worship during the time the Roman Catholic religion prevailed in this Country. The foundation is entirely ereased. The burying ground is still used.
LONG LANE [Broughty Ferry] Long Lane
Long Lane
Long Lane
Valuation Roll
Mr W. Baillie
Mr James Lindsay
054 [Situation] Extending east & westward through the southern side of the village
A narrow thoroughfare, extending from Church St. Eastward past St Vincent St, the whole length of the village

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[Page] 89
Parish of Monifieth -- Sheet 54.8. trace 4

Site of Chapel [note]
See extract in opposite page [page 88]

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