Peter Kinloch, Merchant, 1641.
Stone in fielded panels with figures of Justice, charity, life and time.
Latin inscription now defaced, was in the following terms:-
"Peter Kinloch, merchant and citizen of Dundee, frequently in commercial intercourse with foreigners, and skilled in seven foreign languages, having undergone many trials by sea and land, at length desires to rest in his native city, on the 27th day of the month of October in the year of the Christian era 1641, after he had lived 51 years."
Arms of Kinloch and Ogilvie marshalled on one side of the end panels.
The faithful neids not fear death becaus Christ haith taken away the sting thereof.
Source:Register of Tombs and Monuments in Dundee Burial Ground, 1832
Remember thy Creatour in the dayis of thy youth.
With my wholl hart I will serve the, O God.
Mercie and truh shall meit, Righteousnes and
Peice shall kis on another.
Source: The Book of the Howff, ©Libraries, Leisure and Culture Dundee, Local History Centre & is