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Location : 1  King Street

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Notes:      downstairs

Other properties at the same location : 3 King Street     

 

Location and Old Maps

Latitude, longitude:      56.440898,-2.938948

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):   1 Gowrie Street   3 Gowrie Street   5 Gowrie Street   7 Gowrie Street   9 Gowrie Street   11 Gowrie Street   13 Gowrie Street   15 Gowrie Street   17 Gowrie Street   19 Gowrie Street   21 Gowrie Street   23 Gowrie Street   8 Hillside Place   10 Hillside Place   2 King Street   3 King Street   (formerly 4, police house, King Street)   5 King Street   (formerly 6, police station, King Street)   7 King Street   (formerly 8, police house, King Street)   9 King Street   (formerly 10, King Street)   formerly 11, King Street   (formerly 16, King Street)   20 King Street   (The Cottage, King Street)   1-9, Maryton   16-24, Maryton   2 Union Street   8 Union Street   10 Union Street   (St Fillans Church, William Street)   St Fillans Church Hall, William Street   St Fillans Church Hall (pt), William Street   10 William Street   12 William Street   14 William Street  

 

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 61 entries

SourceEntry 
1948-49 dirMillar, Miss C. F., teacher, 1 King street
1947-48 dirMillar, Miss C. F., teacher, 1 King street
1946-47 dirMillar, Miss C. F., teacher, 1 King street
1942-43 dirMillar, Miss C. F., teacher, 1 King street
1941-42 dirMillar, Miss C. F., teacher, 1 King street
1940-41 dirMillar, Miss C. F., teacher, 1 King street
1939-40 dirMillar, Miss C. F., teacher, 1 King street
1938-39 dirMillar, Miss C. F., teacher, 1 King street
1937-38 dirMillar, Miss C. F., 1 King street : Teachers.
1937-38 dirMillar, Miss C. F., teacher, 1 King street
1936-37 dirMillar, Miss C. F., teacher, 1 King street
1936-37 dirMillar, Miss C. F., 1 King street : Teachers.
1935-36 dirMillar, Miss C. F., 1 King street : Teachers
1935-36 dirMillar, Miss C. F., teacher, I King street
1934-35 dirMillar, Miss E. F., teacher, 1 King street, East Newport
1934-35 dirMillar, Miss E. F., 1 King street, East Newport : Teachers.
1933-34 dirMillar, Miss E. F., 1 King street, East Newport : Teachers.
1933-34 dirMillar, Miss E. F., teacher, 1 King street, East Newport
1932-33 dirMillar, Miss E. F., teacher, 1 King street, East Newport
1932-33 dirMillar, Miss E. F., 1 King street, East Newport : Teachers.
1931-32 dirMillar, Miss E. F., teacher, 1 King street, East Newport
1930-31 dirMillar, Miss E. F., teacher, 1 King street, East Newport
1929-30 dirMillar, Miss E. F., teacher, 1 King street, East Newport
1928-29 dirMillar, Miss E. F., teacher, 1 King street, East Newport
1927-28 dirMillar, Miss E. F., teacher, 1 King street, East Newport
1912-13 dirGroocock, Herbert, metal finisher, King street, East Newport
1911-12 dirGroocock, Herbert, metal finisher, King street, East Newport
1910-11 dirGroocock, Herbert, metal finisher. King street. East Newport
1909-10 dirGroocock, Herbert, metal finisher. King street, East Newport
1908-09 dirGroocock, Herbert, metal finisher, King street, East Newport
1908 Tayside AnnualCargill, David, gardener, King Street.
1907-08 dirCargill, David, jobbing gardener, 1 King street
1907 Tayside AnnualCargill, David, gardener, King Street.
1906-07 dirCargill, David, jobbing gardener, 1 King street
1905-06 dirCargill, David, jobbing gardener, 1 King street
1904-05 dirCargill, David, jobbing gardener, 1 King street
1903-04 dirCargill, David, jobbing gardener, 1 King street
1902-03 dirCargill, David, jobbing gardener, 1 King street
1901-02 dirCargill, David, jobbing gardener, 1 King street
1900-01 dirCargill, David, jobbing gardener, 1 King street
1899-00 dirCargill, David, jobbing gardener, 1 King street
1898-99 dirCargill, David, jobbing gardener, 1 King street
1897-98 dirCargill, David, jobbing gardener, 1 King street
1896-97 dirCargill, David, jobbing gardener, 1 King street
1895-96 dirCargill, David, jobbing gardener, 1 King street
1894-95 dirCargill, David, jobbing gardener, 1 King street
1893-94 dirCargill, David, jobbing gardener, 1 King street
1891-92 Lamburn dirLindsay, John, King st, E N : Gardeners.
1890-91 dirLindsay, John, gardener, 1 King street
1889-90 dirArmstrong, John, 1 King st. ; Secretary, [under Marytown Bowling Club]location 2
1889-90 dirLindsay, John, gardener, 1 King street
1888-89 dirLindsay, John, gardener, 1 King street
1887-88 dirLindsay, John, gardener, 1 King street
1887-88 dirArmstrong, John, King street; Secretary, [under Marytown Bowling Club]location 2
1885-86 dirLindsay, John, gardener and nurseryman, 1 King street
1885 Clark dirLindsay, John, (and nurseryman), King st, East Newport : Gardeners.
1882 Slater dirLindsay John, gardener, King st : Miscellaneous.[? could be this house]
1878 Slater dirChristie Mr. William, King st
1877 Worrall dirChristie Mr. Wm., King st
1871-72 dirMurray, James, clerk, King Street, East Newport
1862 Fife dirRait, Mrs William, summer lodgings prop., E Newport

 

 

Census records

YearHead Notes
1911 Groocock Herbert
1901 Cargill David View household
1891 Armstrong John View household
1891 Lindsay John View household
1881 UninhabitedView household
1871 Murray James View household
1861 Band Robert View household
1861 Gray Patrick View household
1861 Raitt Betsy View household

 

 

Valuation Roll entries      There are 30 entries

YearNo.PropertyProprietorTenantOccupierValue
1967-68214House William M R Monair, Redcroft, Blairgowrie Mara L & Helen H Miller 32View details
1964-65214House William M R Monair, Redcroft, Blairgowrie Mara L & Helen H Miller 30View details
1961-62713House William M R Monair, Redcroft, Blairgowrie Mara L & Helen H Miller 30View details
1957-58400House & Garden William M R Monair, Redcroft, Blairgowrie Mara L & Helen H Miller 19-3-0View details
1952-53372House & Garden W M R Monair, Redcroft, Blairgowrie Mara L & Helen H Miller 19-3-0View details
1947-48368House & Garden W M R Monair, The Garth, Blairgowrie Mara L & Helen H Miller 19-3-0View details
1942-43369House & Garden Mrs Elspeth M & W M R Monair, The Garth, Blairgowrie Mara L & Helen H Miller 19-3-0View details
1937-38372House & Garden Mrs Elspeth M Monair, The Garth, Blairgowrie as curator bonis for David Gibb Monair Mrs Clementina Miller 19-3-0View details
1932-33348House & Garden David Gibb Monair, editor, The Garth, Blairgowrie Mrs Millar 19-3-0View details
1927-28340House & Garden David Gibb Monair, editor, The Garth, Blairgowrie Mrs Millar 19-3-0View details
1922-23309House & Garden David Gibb Monair, editor, Lyndhurst, Blairgowrie Mrs Millar same 19-3-0View details
1917-18297House & Garden David Gibb Monair, editor, Stormont View, Blairgowrie Mrs McWalter same 14View details
1912-13387House & Garden David Gibb Monair, reporter, Stormont View, Blairgowrie Herbert Groocock, brass polisher same 14View details
1907-08368House & Garden David Gibb Monair, reporter, Stormont View, Blairgowrie David Cargill, gardener same 14View details
1903-04352House and Garden David Gibb Monair, reporter, Elmbank, Blairgowrie David Cargill, gardener same 14View details
1900-01925House and Garden David Gibb Monair, reporter, Elmbank, Blairgowrie David Cargill, gardener same 14View details
1896-97816House and Garden William Raitt, Calcutta per D & S Monair, Holly Cottages, David Street, Blairgowrie David Cargill, gardener same 14View details
1893-94715House and Garden Trs of late William Raitt per William Raitt, manager, Rishton Paper Works, by Blackburn David Cargill, gardener same 14View details
1890-91651House and Garden Trs of late William Raitt per James Henderson, Downie Mount, Tayport John Lindsay, gardener same 14View details
1889-90625House and Garden Trs of late William Raitt per William Gibb, Union St, Newport John Lindsay, gardener same 14View details
1885-86590House and Garden William Raitt, feuar, Muir of Blairgowrie John Lindsay, gardener same 14View details
1881-82482House and Garden William Raitt, feuar, Muir of Blairgowrie 14View details
1878-79457House and Garden William Raitt, schoolmaster, Liff same Mrs George M'Intosh 14View details
1875-76356House and Garden William Raitt, schoolmaster, Liff same William Christie 14View details
1871-72318House and Garden William Raitt, schoolmaster, Nairn James Murray, clerk 13View details
1867-68340House and Garden William Raitt, schoolmaster, Maryhill, Glasgow Mrs Elizabeth Raitt 14View details
1865-66310House and Garden William Raitt, schoolmaster, Partick said William Raitt 8-10-0View details
1864-65291House and Garden William Raitt, schoolmaster, Partick Mrs Raitt 8-10-0View details
1860-61244House and Garden Mrs William Raitt Mrs Raitt 8-10-0View details
1855-56143House and Garden Mrs William Raitt Mrs Jack said Mrs Jack 7View details

 

 

Early Sasines:

Sasine Plots:

Plot: 100 Maryton lot 14 35 falls view plot details

 

Sasine Abridgements:

RefIn BriefAbridgementRecordedPlots
1862.01451apportionment of feu dutues by Church of ScotlandTrs General Assembly of Church of Scotland grant deed of appointment of trust declaring the following plots - plots 1st - 24th described in disp (11 Nov 1862) - held by them for payment out of the rents, feu duties, etc thereof of the annual sum of £80 to minister of parish of Ardallie, and surplus rents etc to Treasurer, Church of Scotland, for endowments of chapels of ease (see 01395)24 Nov 186295, 102, 147, 148, 112, 113, 157, 117, 146, 100, 153, 194, 150, 165, 152, 202, 149, 75, 67
1862.01395Tayfield to Church of Scotland (feu duties, rents) [1-21 Marytown, 22-23 south of Marytown, 24 Craighead, 25-43 St Phillans]Trs General Assembly of Church of Scotland regist disp to themselves by John Berry, Tayfield of the following lands & others, pts of lands of Inverdovat, Craighead & Causewayhead, viz (1) 3 cottages in village of Marytown (now Easter Newport); pce grnd with the 2 cottages t/on on E side of E-most of said 3 cottages; self-contained cottage with attics & garden grnd; 19 falls 5 yd (22 pol 29 yd) grnd with the 2 cottages t/on on S side of road Newport - Ferryport, being all pts of subjects described in the title deeds as 2 roods 4 falls 24 ells grnd pt of lands of Seacraig etc and therein descr as marked no. 1 & no. 2 on a plan; [lot 3 not mentioned]; (2) 42 falls 17 ells (1 rood 13 pol 12 yd) grnd no. 4 on said plan & erections t/on; (3) 52 falls 10 ells grnd no.5 on said plan & ho etc t/on; (4) 52 falls 10 ells (1 rood 25 pol 28 yd) grnd no. 6on said plan & ho etc t/on; (5) 41 falls 31 ells grnd no. 7 on said plan; (6) 2 pces grnd extending to 1 rood 30 falls 34 ells nos. 8 & 9 on said plan & houses t/on; (7) E-most half with the houses etc t/on, and W-most half of 2 pces grnd 80 falls 29 ells no. 10 & 11 on said plan; (8) 29 falls 22 ells grnd lot no. 12 on plan; (9) 35 falls and (10) 35 falls grnd nos. 13 & 14 on plan; (11) 40 falls 4 ells grnd no. 15 on plan & bldgs t/on; (12) 40 falls 4 ells grnd no. 16 on certified copy of said plan; [lot 17 missing]; (13) 40 falls 4 ells grnd no. 18 on plan; (14) 35 falls (41 pol 4 yd) grnd no. 19 on certified copy of plan & ho etc t/on; (15) 49 falls 14 ells grnd no. 20 on plan & houses etc t/on; (16) 40 falls 4 ells grnd lot 21 on cert. copy of plan; (17-20) 4 pces grnd 40 falls 4 ells each nos. 22, 23, 24, 25; (21) 49 falls 14 ells grnd no. 26 all on said plan & houses t/on;
(22) 1 rood 34 falls 18 ells grnd no. 39 on a plan; (23) 3 roods 38 falls 15 ells (4 rood 39 pol & 14 sq yd) grnd to the S thereof with quarry therein, being all pts of lands of Seacraig;
(24) 10 acres 32 falls of lands of Craighead & houses t/on;
(25) lot of 41.66 pol and (26) lot of 42 pol grnd marked no. 1 & 2 of street called Hillside Crescent on a ground plan; (27) lot of 44 pol (28) lot of 34 pol and (29) lot of 35 pol 16 yd grnd nos. 3, 4 & 5 on said ground plan; (30) lot of 44 pol grnd no. 6 on said ground plan on which a ho or cottage has now been erected; (31)lot of 44 pol grnd forming lot 7 & pt of lot 8 on said plan; (32) lot of 39 pol 16 yd pt of lot 8 & pt of lot 9 on plan; (33) 39 pol 16 yd composed of stance marked no. 10 & pt of stance marked no. 9 on said plan; (34-41) lots of 29 pol 28 yd, 33 pol 4 yd, 28 pol 26 yd, 22 pol 14 yd, 22 pol 14 yd, 22 pol 12 yd, 25 pol 23 yd, 30 pol 21 yd of grnd lots 11, 12, 13,14,15,16,17,19 on said plan; (42) lot of 30 pol 7 yd grnd no. 20 on plan & ho etc t/on; (43) 58 pol 15 yd forming 2 lots marked no. 21 & 22 on said plan, being all pts of park or pce grndbewteen village of Easter Newport & t/p Newport - Cupar, & teinds ... reserving the feu rights …
[43 plots listed, but 1863.02082 refers to 45 plots - which is correct? Were lots 3 & 17 of Marytown added later?]
11 Nov 186295, 102, 147, 148, 112, 113, 157, 117, 146, 100, 153, 194, 150, 165, 152, 202, 149, 75, 67, 243, 292, 291, 287, 288, 311, 289, 312, 308, 247, 256, 278, 285, 286, 284, 72, 204, 207, 290
1843.01127Scotscraig to J Raitt to William Raitt & Elizabeth Gibb / RaittWilliam Raitt, mariner residing Newport, as heir to James Raitt, son of William Raitt boatman there, his brother seised 35 falls ground in Maryton on feu ch by Tr seq estate Robert Dalgleish of Scotscraig to said James Raitt, 24 Apr 1832; & ret gen serv 21 Dec 1832; & Elizabeth Gibb his spouse seised eod die in liferent prop manibus William Raitt7 Jul 1843100, 250

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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