This along with some nearby flat monuments are in the positions which are described as tombs rather than slabs. Due to the moss growth now totally covering the memorial no identification can be made, however, the tombs themselves which were in poor condition in 1834 may have been removed with just the covering slab left behind.
Elaborate marble monument erected by Grisell Brown in memory of her husband, Robert Davidson Junior, of Balgay, who frequently held the office of Baillie in Dundee, 1635.
The following latin poem occupied the lower panel:-
"Davididem cernes celebrem recubare comarchum
Marmoreo hoc tumulo munia celso tulit
Praetoris clari qui summa laude sourum
Decessit prudens sobrius innocuus
Mente sagax alacer vultu venerabile morum
Exemplar dormit jussu timore colens
Cui conjunx dilecta sibi vult carmina caedi
Hac fossa ut secum contumulatur humi."
Monteith's An Theater Of Mortality
Roberto Davidsono, juniori, Balgaiæ comarcho &
Prætoris clari qui summa lande suorum.
Exemplar dormit, jussa timore colens :
Cui conjunx dilecta sibi vult carmina caedi,