Inscription which is latin.
aureas pulvis circumsacet
ARCH: MacVICAR filii STD aetat 18
EUPH: MacVICAR natae 16
AGNAE: GIBSON conjugis carse 32
EUPH: GIBSON matris 77
CATH: HALLYBURTON amitae 68
in spien resurrectionis
his tunnils condidit
PATRICIUS MacVICAR A.M.D.D
?llius ipsius quoque aetat 78
J.G MacVICAR D.D. filius
et C.H. BECKWITH nata
adhuc vivi miercndes usque
(As far as I could tell this is the correct spelling)
Stop! Traveller! Precious dust lies around, to wit, that of Archibald MacVicar, student of Divine Theology, a son aged 18; Euphemia MacVicar, a daughter, aged 16; Agnes gibson, a beloved wife, aged 32; Euphemia gibson, her mother, aged 77; Catherine Haliburton, a ulation, aged 68;- In Holy blessed resurrection.
Patrick MacVicar, Master of Arts (now D.D.) one of the Ministers of Dundee, erected this tomb. 1819
Source: The Book of the Howff, ©Libraries, Leisure and Culture Dundee, Local History Centre & is reproduced with kind permission.
1855 June 18 revisal dues paid by the Rev J.G. Macvicar DD son, and C.H. Bechwith daughter of the late Rev Dr Patrick Macvicar
Source:Register of Tombs and Monuments in Dundee Burial Ground, 1832