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Location : unidentified [? part of 41],  Queen Street

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= Location of property uncertain

Notes:      [Probably a part of 41 Queen St. Possible link to shed / stable 1878-1885.]

 

Location and Old Maps

Latitude, longitude:      56.442554,-2.937402

View location on the 1855 6-inch map, the 1895 25-inch map, the 1966 25-inch map, or a 1944-50 aerial photograph at the National Library of Scotland website.

 

Old Addresses (any dates are approximate and are usually the latest occurence of the address)

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House Names (any dates are approximate and are usually the latest occurence of the name)

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Directory entries (before 1970)      There are 3 entries

SourceEntry 
1874-75 dirLindsay, John, jobbing gardener, Woodside, East Newport
1869-70 dirJackson, John, porter, Tay Ferries ; h. Woodside, East Newportlocation 2
1867-68 dirJackson, John, Woodside, East Newport

 

 

Census records

YearHead Notes
1871 Lindsay John View household

 

 

Valuation Roll entries      There are 4 entries

YearNo.PropertyProprietorTenantOccupierValue
1875-76406House and Garden John Jackson, boatman same Miss - Nicol 5View details
1871-72362House and Garden John Jackson, boatman Mrs Margaret Nicol 5View details
1867-68328House and Garden Ground John Jackson, boatman Said John Jackson 8View details
1865-66303House and Garden Ground John Jackson, boatman said John Jackson 8View details

 

 

Sasines pre-1900:

Sasine Plots:

Plot: 206 Maryton lot 26 - 1/4 part piece of ground on W side of Queen Street view plot details

 

Sasine Abridgements:

RefIn BriefAbridgementRecordedPlots
1886.00873Ann Jackson to heirs: John Jackson & Catherine Jackson / HorsburghExtract decr sp serv … John Jackson boatman Newport & Catherine Jackson / Horsburgh, spouse of James Horsburgh coal merchant … now Newport, heirs of sister Ann Jackson of
(1) 1/3 piece of ground (of 2 roods) lot 26 … of Marytown;
(2) S-most 1/3 of said piece of ground 'C' : E by Queen Street, : W by King Street, & bldgs t/on
27 Aug 1886205, 206, 268, 270
1878.03475Agreement: north 1/3 to John Jackson, mid 1/3 to Catherine Jackson / Horsburgh, south 1/3 to Ann JacksonMinute of agreement & disp by and between John Jackson boatman Newport, Ann Jackson Newport, and Catharine Jackson / Horsburgh Broughty Ferry (spouse of James Horsburgh), containing
(1) disp by all parties to John Jackson of N-most 1/3, marked 'A' & bldgs t/on, of 2 roods Scots [the whole area], part of Marytown, this N-most portion : E by Queen Street, : W by King Street;
(2) disp by all parties to Catherine Jackson / Horsburgh & James Horsburgh in liferent & fee of middle 1/3, 'B', & bldgs t/on, this middle portion : E by Queen Street, : W by King Street;
(3) disp by all parties to Ann Jackson of S-most 1/3, 'C', & bldgs t/on, : E by Queen Street, : W by King Street;
under exceptions of liferent to Ann Jackson to the bidgs t/on, and 1/4 subfeued to John Jackson
26 Sep 1878205, 206, 268, 269, 270
1878.03423Charles Jackson to Margaret Bruce / Jackson in liferent (ground & buildings); then to Annie Jackson (liferent of buildings); and to Annie, Catherine (Horsburgh) & John Jackson equal thirdsDisp & settlement by Charles Jackson, shoemaker, Marytown containing disp to
(1) spouse Margaret Bruce / Jackson, liferent of pce grnd, 2 roods Scotch, lot 26 & bldgs t/on, : E by a new street called Queen Street, : W by new street called King Street, pt of Marytown (under exception of a 4th part of said ground subfeued to his son John Jackson, boatman, Newport)
(2) on her death to daughter Anne Jackson, while unmarried, liferent of buildings on said land (exception as before)
(3) and to Anne Jackson, Catherine Jackson / Horsburgh (spouse of James Horsburgh coal merchant Ferryport, the granter's youngest daughter), and said John Jackson, equally of said piece of ground (exception as before) & declaring that the part already sub-feued to John Jackson shall be part of his third share …
5 Sep 1878205, 206, 268, 269, 270
1867.01913loan by William & Helen BruceWilliam Bruce & daughter Helen Bruce get bond & disp £650 by John Jackson of pce grnd & ho t/on part of 2 roods of land No. 26 on plan on W side of Queen Street; & lot of 36pol 22yd No. 2 on plan and the SW lot of a field on S side of King Street, Maryton16 May 1867206, 272
1864.02760Dundee Property & Investment Co loan repaidDundee Property & Investment Co grant discharge of bond & disp £75, 25 Sep 1851, by John Jackson, residing Maryton & declare lands etc in Forgan parish disburdened thereof (see vol. 6, 591)27 Aug 1874206
1851.00591loan by Dundee Property & Investment CoDundee Property & Investment Co get bond & disp £75 by John Jackson residing Marytown over 2 roods grnd no 26 on a plan, & dw ho etc t/on on W side of Queen Street, Maryton4 Oct 1851206
1851.00346Thomson loan repaidRobert Thomson grants discharge of bond & disp (11 May 1850) £50 by John Jackson & declares pce grnd on W side of Queen St & dw ho t/on disburdened (see v5, 2889)29 May 1851206
1850.02889loan by Robert ThomsonRobert Thomson gets bond & disp £50 by John Jackson over pce grnd on W side of Queen Street, Maryton & dw ho t/on26 Jun 1850206
1850.02774Charles Jackson to John JacksonJohn Jackson seised pce grnd on W side of Queen Street in Maryton on disp by Charles Jackson11 May 1850206, 205

Brief explanation of sasine abridgements     Explanation of the format of a sasine

Abbreviations in the notes
t/on - thereon;   t/p - turnpike;   dw - dwelling;   ho - house;   pt - part;   pce - piece;   grnd - ground;   bldg - building;   Tr/Trs - Trustee/Trustees;   ... - words omitted;   pol - poles;   yd - square yards;   : - bounded

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