the memory of
who died in infancy in 1836
and 1837, children of
Edward Smith and Catherine Miller.
The grave dissolves each social tie,
And tells us too that we must die,
And then corruption see;
Happy they are where hopes do rise,
High as the honours of the skies,
Where joys immortal be.
Claimant: George Murdoch, Dundee & London Shipping Company Office.
Source:Register of Tombs and Monuments in Dundee Burial Ground, 1832