List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
PANMURE TESTIMONIAL on Site of TUMULUS Panmure Live and Let Live Testimonial
Panmure Live and Let Live Testimonial
Panmure Live and Let Live Testimonial
Live and Let Live Testimonial
Live and Let Live Testimonial
Lord Panmure's Monument
Panmure Testimonial
Panmure Testimonial
Panmure Testimonial
Panmure Testimonial
Mr. Alexander, Schoolmaster Craigton
Mr. Anderson, Carlungie
Mr. Fullerton, Ardestie Mains
New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account]
Fullarton's Gazetteer
Admiralty Chart of The Tay
Thomas Collier Esqr. Late Factor to Lord Panmure
Mr. Waugh at present Factor to Lord Panmure
Mr. Kerr - Denfind
Land of the Lindsays
051 [Situation] On Downie Hills
This monument which was erected in 1839, as a tribute of gratitude and respect by the Tenantry of the late Lord Panmure "who is stated to have been a most benevolent man and excellent Landlord." The design was executed by John Henderson Esqr. Edinburgh, The height of this Column is 105 feet, and commands a view of St. Andrews in Front, the old steeple of Dundee on the west, and the Abbey of Arbroath on the East, It is situated a few hundred yards to the west of the Cross of Camus and occupies the most elevated position of the Downie Hills. The name Live and Let Live, no doubt arose from the late Lord Panmure being in the habit of signing his leases with these words attatched to his name. This monument is erected upon the site of a large Tumulus which was excavated for the Purpose of laying the foundation.

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Owing to a late Commu-
nication with Mr. Waugh,
Lord Panmure's Agent
and for reasons assigned
by him the name "Panmure
Testimonial" is written on

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