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 Stone No.1394

 

Inscription.

 BADLY ERODED

1824 Sacred to the memory of John Watt, Surgeon, who departed this life XVII December MDCCCXXIII in the XXIV year of his age. This stone was erected by his disconsolate father David Watt.
Modest worth shone conspicuous in every stage of his passage thro' this life, he was easly and gently removed to a purer mansion.

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


Sacred

to the memory likewise

DAVID WATT

who died 27th May 1824 aged 49

surviving his dear son

only 5 months

and

to the memory also of the said

MARY AIRTH

who died 21st Jany 1825 aged 54

this was subjoined by her daughter

ISABELLA WATT FYFE

to the memory of the above

ISABELLA WATT FYFE

who departed this life 24th Jan 1829

aged 25 years spouse to

JAMES FYFE shipmaster Dundee

this was added by his afflicted

MARY AIRTH

 

 

 

1824 John Watt, Surgeon Murraygate, by David Watt, Tailor.

Claimant: James Fyfe, Shipmaster, son in law to David Watt.

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