Collection of Epitaphs and Monumental Inscriptions Chiefly in Scotland 1834 (R Monteith)
Wants the Latin verses, being not legible.
Monumentum Georgii Brouni, Deidonani prætoris meritissimi; qui hoc præturæ munere per decennium feliciter defunctus, undique pugnando lethaliter ab hostibus vulneratus: quibus vulneribus per martem languidus, mortem, naturæ debitum, pro civitate & patria, reddidit 2do nona,, Octobris, anno Dom. 1651. .Ætatis sexagesimo.
The monument of George Brown, a most meritorious Bailie of Dundee, who, having
hapily discharged this office for the space of ten years, was mortally wounded by the enemy in
the heat of the fight, of which wounds, having become faint in fighting, by death he paid his debt
to nature, and to his city and country, on the second of the nones of October, in the year of the
Lord 1651, and of his age sixty.
Old tomb, inscription worn out
Source:Register of Tombs and Monuments in Dundee Burial Ground, 1832