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 Stone No.986



To the memory of

Ann Hamilton

relict of

John Nicoll

Merchant in Kingston Jamaica

who died here 18th Nov 1805

aged 32 years

leaving two orphan daughters

and many friends

to regret her loss




To the memory of

George Nicoll

Merchant Dundee

who died 12th Decr 1826

aged 65 years

and his spouse

Margaret Ogilvie

who died January 2nd 1856

also their daughter


who died 31st January 1860




To the memory of

Margaret daughter of George

Nicoll and Margaret Ogilvie

who died 3rd Jan 1791 aged 2 1/2 years


their son John

who died 17th Nov 1807 aged 17 years


While he lived he was beloved by his

relations esteemed by his companions

thought well of by all

when he died

tears stole down the cheeks of a few

a pang pass`d through the hearts of many


Their daughter Isabella who died

17th April 1833




Sacred to the memory of

James Nicoll

who through a long life

was beloved and respected

for the simplicity of his manners


The integrity of his conduct, and the faithful discharge of the duties of a husband, a parent and useful tradesman. He died on the 14th of January 1801, aged 80 years. And of Margaret Craik his spouse who was exemplary in her station as a wife and mother, she died 14th August 1797, aged 66 years.

This stone was erected by their surviving children as a testimony of respect, affection and gratitude.

Source: The Book of the Howff, ©Libraries, Leisure and Culture Dundee, Local History Centre & is reproduced with kind permission



Claimant: Mrs George Nicoll, James Nicoll Junr and Misses Nicoll

Source:Register of Tombs and Monuments in Dundee Burial Ground, 1832