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Location : Old Granary [11],  High Street

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= Property demolished or site redeveloped

Notes:      

Part of a block. Other parts: Old Granary [1]     Old Granary [2]     Old Granary [3]     Old Granary [4]     Old Granary [5]     Old Granary [6]     Old Granary [7]     Old Granary [8]     Old Granary [9]     Old Granary [10]     

Using the information here, it is impossible to be certain who lived in each property or part of the building before 1885. Other properties involved : Old Granary [1]     Old Granary [2]     Old Granary [3]     Old Granary [4]     Old Granary [5]     Old Granary [6]     Old Granary [7]     Old Granary [8]     Old Granary [9]     Old Granary [10]      One possible interpretation is given below.

 

Introduction

Originally built as granary at the old harbour, converted into housing c.1870. Tenants included workmen on the first Tay Bridge. Demolished 1968. See also article in Jottings.

 

Location and Old Maps

Latitude, longitude:      56.440226,-2.941735

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.

Nearby properties (demolished in red):   2 Blyth Street   4 Blyth Street   1 Cupar Road   3 Cupar Road   6 Cupar Road   4 Cupar Road   formerly 2, Cupar Road   (formerly 5, Granary Lane)   (Burgh Yard, formerly 11, Granary Lane)   (Old Granary [1], High Street)   (Old Granary [2], High Street)   (Old Granary [3], High Street)   (Old Granary [4], High Street)   (Old Granary [5], High Street)   (Old Granary [6], High Street)   (Old Granary [7], High Street)   (Old Granary [8], High Street)   (Old Granary [9], High Street)   (Old Granary [10], High Street)   9 High Street   11 High Street   13 High Street   15 High Street   28a High Street   28 High Street   30 High Street   32 High Street   34 High Street   36 High Street   38 High Street   40 High Street   46 High Street   48 High Street   52 High Street   54 High Street   50 High Street  

 

Information and Photographs on Other Sites (open in a new window)

Granary & old pier     source: Twitter @postcard13

 

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

High Street (Ward 1)

 

 

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

Old Granary [11]
The Granary [11]
Ronald's Land [11] 1870s
Cunningham Buildings [11] 1892-1912
Black's Land [11] 1901

 

 

Directory entries (before 1970)

None available yet

 

Census records

None available yet

 

Valuation Roll entries      There are 6 entries

YearNo.PropertyProprietorTenantOccupierValue
1927-28268House Trs of late James Black per P F & J Husband, solicitors, Dundee John Myles, carter 3-5-0View details
1922-23242House Trs of late James Black per P F & J Husband, solicitors, Dundee John Myles, carter same 3-5-0View details
1917-18232House Trs of late James Black per P F & J Husband, solicitors, Dundee John Myles, carter same 3-5-0View details
1912-13197House Trs of late James Black per P F & J Husband, solicitors, Dundee John Myles, carter same 3-5-0View details
1907-08188House Trs of late James Black per P F & J Husband, solicitors, Dundee John Myles, carter same 3-5-0View details
1903-04179House James Black, retired gas manager per P F & J Husband, solicitors, Dundee David Marshall, labourer same 3-5-0View details

 

 

Early Sasines:

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