Burial Grounds Search.

THE NEW CEMETERY (New Howff)

in Constitution road

Remaining inscriptions

 


 

 

Surnames from remaining memorials.

BROWN, LOW, NEISH, SMALL, WALKER, WATSON.

 

 

The remaining memorials and inscriptions.

 Sacred

to the memory of

WILLIAM BROWN Esq

flaxspinner

Dundee

who died

on 13th November 1864

aged 73

 


 

In memory

of

JAMES WATSON M.D.

Their beloved son

who died

Edinburgh

on 23rd January 1865

of fever

caught while in the

discharge of his

professional duties

 


 

Erected by

PATRICK and MARGARET WATSON

Dundee

PATRICK WATSON

After a long useful and honourable life

during which he faithfully

served his congregation

and by his life and conversation

adorned the doctrine of God his saviour

died at Bristol 6th June 1886 aged 76 years

and was interred here

here also rest the mortal remains of

MARGARET LOW

his wife and true helpmeet

who died at Bristol 3rd Dec 1887 aged 78 years

Loving and beloved

??

 


 

In loving remembrance

of their younger children

CHRISTINA WATSON

aged 1 month

ANDREW LOW WATSON

aged 3 years and a half

JESSIE WATSON aged nine months

EUPHEMIA WATSON

aged 8 years and a half

 


 

In memory of

DAVID

infant son of

DAVID SMALL

Solicitor Dundee

who died June 1847

and was interred here

 


 

In memory of

MARGARET, JANE and HARRIET

Three beloved children of

HARRY WALKER and ABIGAIL NEISH

who were interred here

ABIGAIL NEISH

died 4th December 1876

and was interred

in the Western cemetery

 


 

In memory of CAROLINE WALKER

Elder daughter of

JAMES NEISH

of Laws and Ormachie

and JANET WALKER

who died 1858 aged 16

MARGARET NEISH

Sister of JAMES NEISH

was interred here