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 Stone No.441/2

 

Inscription.

 In memory of

WILLm ALLEN FLOWERDEW

writer Dundee

who died 21st January 1853

aged 58 years

and of his wife

MARGARET GRAY

who died 9th February 1836

aged 39 years

also of their eldest daughter ELIZABETH

who died at Munich 20th March 1863

and of their youngest son JAMES GRAY

who died at Portland Oregan 20th July 1872

this stone is raised

as a tribute of affection

by their surviving children

also WILLIAM FLOWERDEW

eldest of the above

who died at SUD EST SEYCHELLES

march 23rd 1891 aged 59


Dundee 29 March 1860, permission granted to the family of the late William Allan Flowerdew, writer, on payment of £5.5/- to erect a monument on a small space of ground immediately to the eastward of the late Bailie James Gray, in terms of minute of a committee of the Town Council of 31 Oct 1859. The base of the monument not to exceed five feet of Eastward from the said Bailie Gray's burying ground, nor be more than five feet from North to South. (441-2)

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