Tomb of Ouchterlonys, masons in Dundee, dated 1632, 1689 and 1832.
Figures of youth, time, justice and charity.
Arms of Ouchterlony on end panel.
The figure of time has a wing on one heel and a spur on the other.
A.O.; M.R.; A.O.; E.B.
This stone was revised by Andrew Ouchterlony, mason, in memory of his Grandfather Andrew Ouchterlony, who died 1689, of age 62; and his father Andrew Ouchterlony, mason, who died 1741, his age 64.
Revised by Ann Ouchterlony in memory of her father David Ouchterlony, late merchant in Dundee, who died 14th January 1831, aged 86 years; and also of Duncan Ouchterlony her brother, who died 16th Novr 1831, aged 56 years.
Source: The Book of the Howff, ©Libraries, Leisure and Culture Dundee, Local History Centre & is reproduced with kind permission.
Claimant: Maxwell Adams hatmaker Edinburgh
1832 Miss Ochterlony revised for her father and brother.
Source:Register of Tombs and Monuments in Dundee Burial Ground, 1832