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Location : Hawthorn Cottage, 33,  Queen Street

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Location and Old Maps

Latitude, longitude:      56.442306,-2.937448

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):   46 King Street   48 King Street   50 King Street   52 King Street   23 Queen Street   25 Queen Street   27 Queen Street   28 Queen Street   29 Queen Street   30 Queen Street   31 Queen Street   32 Queen Street   34 Queen Street   35 Queen Street   36 Queen Street   37 Queen Street   39 Queen Street   41 Queen Street   43 Queen Street   45 Queen Street   47 Queen Street   49 Queen Street   part of 31, Queen Street   unidentified [? part of 41], Queen Street   (Shed / Stable, Queen Street)   37 Robert Street   39 Robert Street   (former workshop, 40, Robert Street)   41 Robert Street   43 Robert Street   45 Robert 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)

Hawthorn Cottage
Hillside House 1851
Woodside Cottage 1881

 

 

Directory entries (before 1970)      There are 66 entries

SourceEntry 
1957-58 dirHolman, P., Hawthorn cottage, Queen street
1956-57 dirHolman, P., Hawthorn cottage, Queen street
1955-56 dirHolman, P., Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1954-55 dirHolman, P., Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1953-54 dirHolman, P., Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1952-53 dirHolman, P., Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1951-52 dirHolman, P., Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1950-51 dirHolman, P., greenkeeper, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1949-50 dirHolman, P., greenkeeper, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1948-49 dirHolman, P., greenkeeper, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1947-48 dirHolman, P., greenkeeper, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1946-47 dirHolman, P., greenkeeper, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1942-43 dirStark, Walter, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street
1941-42 dirStark, Walter, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street
1940-41 dirStark, Walter, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street
1939-40 dirStark, Walter, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street
1938-39 dirStark, Walter, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street
1937-38 dirStark, Walter, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street
1936-37 dirStark, Walter, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street
1935-36 dirStark, Walter, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street
1934-35 dirStark, Walter, Queen street, East Newport
1930-31 dirKeay, Miss Bella, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1929-30 dirKeay, Miss Bella, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1928-29 dirKeay, Miss Bella, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1927-28 dirKeay, Miss Bella, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1926-27 dirKeay, Miss Bella, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1925-26 dirKeay, Miss Bella, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1923-24 dirKeay, Miss Bella, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1922-23 dirKeay, Miss Bella, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street. East Newport
1922-23 dirKeay, Miss, Queen street. East Newport
1920-21 dirKeay, Miss, Queen street, East Newport
1920-21 dirKeay, David, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1918-19 dirKeay, David, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1918-19 dirKeay, Miss, Queen street, East Newport
1915-16 dirKeay, David, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1914-15 dirKeay, David, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1913-14 dirKeay, David, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1912-13 dirKeay, David, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1911-12 dirKeay, David, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1910-11 dirKeay, David, Hawthorn cottage, Queen street, East Newport
1908 Tayside AnnualShaw, John, cook, 'Mars', Queen St.location 2
1907-08 dirShaw, John, cook, 'Mars' ; h. Hawthorn cottage. East Newportlocation 2
1907 Tayside AnnualShaw, John, cook, 'Mars', Queen St. location 2
1906-07 dirShaw, John, cook, 'Mars' ; h. Hawthorn cottage, East Newportlocation 2
1904-05 dirLow, Andrew, shipmaster, Hawthorne cottage, Queen street
1903-04 dirLow, Andrew, shipmaster, Hawthorne cottage, Queen street
1902-03 dirLow, Andrew, shipmaster, Hawthorne cottage. Queen street
1901-02 dirLow, Andrew, shipmaster, Hawthorne cottage. Queen street
1900-01 dirLow, Andrew, shipmaster, Hawthorne cottage. Queen street
1899-00 dirLow, Andrew, shipmaster, Hawthorne cottage. Queen street
1898-99 dirLow, Andrew, shipmaster, Hawthorne cottage, Queen street
1897-98 dirLow, Andrew, shipmaster, Hawthorne cottage, Queen street
1896-97 dirLow, Andrew, shipmaster, Hawthorne cottage, Queen street
1895-96 dirLow, Andrew, shipmaster, Hawthorne cottage, Queen street
1894-95 dirLow, Andrew, shipmaster, Hawthorne cottage, Queen street
1893-94 dirLow, Andrew, shipmaster, Hawthorne cottage. Queen street
1892-93 dirLow, Andrew, shipmaster, Hawthorne cottage, Queen street
1891-92 dirLow, Andrew, shipmaster, Hawthorne cottage. Queen street
1890-91 dirLow, Andrew, Hawthorne cottage, Queen street
1882-83 dirJackson, Ann, Woodside cottage, East Newport
1880-81 dirJackson, Alexander, clerk, Woodside, Queen street, East Newport
1880-81 dirJackson, Ann, Woodside, Queen street. East Newport
1877 Worrall dirJackson Mr. C, Woodside Cottage
1867 Slater dirJackson Charles, Newport : Coal Merchants
1861 Slater dirJackson Charles, Newport : Boot & Shoe Makers
1853-54 dirJackson, Charles, Woodside Cottages.

 

 

Entries in the Registers of Voters

SourceEnrol DateNameOccup.AddressQualificationPropertyatNotes
1878-1879 Voters Jackson, Charles shoemaker Easter Newport
1874 Voters Jackson, Charles shoemaker
1873 Voters Jackson, Charles shoemaker
1864-1865 Voters 2 September 1859 Jackson, Charles shoemaker proprietor houses and garden at Easter Newport
1862-1863 Voters 2 September 1859 Jackson, Charles shoemaker, Easter Newport proprietor houses and garden at Easter Newport
1846-1862 Voters 2 September 1859 Jackson, Charles shoemaker, Easter Newport proprietor houses and garden at Easter Newport
1844-1861 Voters 2 September 1859 Jackson, Charles shoemaker, East Newport proprietor houses and garden at East Newport

 

Census records

YearHead Notes
1911 Keay David
1901 Low Mary B H View household
1891 Low Margaret B View household
1881 Jackson Ann View household
1871 Jackson Charles View household
1861 Jackson Charles View household
1851 Jackson Charles View household

 

 

Valuation Roll entries      There are 29 entries

YearNo.PropertyProprietorTenantOccupierValue
1967-68353House Sydney B, Norman H & Andrew J Low empty 29View details
1964-65353House Sydney B, Norman H & Andrew J Low empty 24View details
1961-621112House Sydney B, Norman H & Andrew J Low empty 24View details
1957-58534House & Garden Sydney B, Norman H & Andrew J Low Philip Holman 15View details
1952-53505House & Garden Sydney B, Norman H & Andrew J Low Philip Holman 15View details
1947-48479House & Garden Sydney B, Norman H & Andrew J Low Philip Holman 15View details
1942-43478House & Garden Sydney B, Norman H & Andrew J Low Walter Stark 15View details
1937-38481House & Garden Sydney B, Norman H & Andrew J Low Walter Stark 15View details
1932-33445House & Garden Andrew Low, shipmaster & Exrs of late Mrs Margaret B Low Walter Stark 15View details
1927-28431House & Garden Andrew Low, shipmaster & spouse Isabella Keay, dressmaker 13-13-0View details
1922-23394House & Garden Andrew Low, shipmaster & spouse Isabella Keay, dressmaker same 13-13-0View details
1917-18383House & Garden Andrew Low, shipmaster & spouse Isabella Keay, dressmaker same 10-10-0View details
1912-13467House & Garden Mrs Catherine Horsburgh, coal merchant David Keay, retired same 10-10-0View details
1907-08447House & Garden Mrs Catherine Horsburgh, coal merchant John L Shaw, cook 'Mars' same 10View details
1903-04426House and Garden Mrs Catherine Horsburgh, coal merchant Mrs Margaret B Low same 10View details
1900-01999House and Garden Mrs Catherine Horsburgh, coal merchant Mrs Margaret B Low same 10View details
1896-97886House and Garden Mrs Catherine Horsburgh, coal merchant Andrew Low, shipmaster same 10View details
1893-94805House, Outhouses and Garden Mrs Catherine Horsburgh, coal merchant Andrew Low, shipmaster same 10View details
1889-90701House, Outhouses and Garden James Horsburgh, coal merchant Andrew Low, seaman same 10View details
1885-86663House, Outhouses and Garden Miss Ann Jackson proprietor 12-10-0View details
1881-82554House, Outhouses and Garden Miss Ann Jackson Said Miss Jackson 12-10-0View details
1878-79523House, Outhouses and Garden Charles Jackson, retired shoemaker Said Charles Jackson 15View details
1875-76407House, Outhouses and Garden Charles Jackson, shoemaker Said Charles Jackson 15View details
1871-72363House, outhouses and Garden Charles Jackson, shoemaker Charles Jackson, shoemaker 15View details
1867-68329House, Outhouses, and Garden Charles Jackson, shoemaker Said Charles Jackson 15View details
1865-66304House, Outhouses, and Garden Charles Jackson, shoemaker said Charles Jackson 15View details
1864-65285House, Outhouses, and Garden Charles Jackson, shoemaker Said Charles Jackson 15View details
1860-61239House, outhouse and Garden Charles Jackson, shoemaker Charles Jackson 15View details
1855-56146House and Garden Charles Jackson, shoemaker said Charles Jackson 12View details

 

 

Early Sasines:

Sasine Plots:

Plot: 205 Maryton lot 26 (different numbering) 2 roods on W side of Queen Street view plot details
Plot: 270 Maryton lot 26 - S-most 1/3 view plot details

 

Sasine Abridgements:

RefIn BriefAbridgementRecordedPlots
1886.00874John Jackson & Catherine Jackson / Horsburgh to Catherine Jackson / Horsburgh & James HorsburghDisp by John Jackson & Catherine Jackson / Horsburgh & James Horsburgh to Catherine Jackson / Horsburgh & James Horsburgh of item (2) in previous abridgement (1886.00873) [i.e. S-most 1/3 of said piece of ground 'C' : E by Queen Street, : W by King Street, & bldgs t/on]; and the buildings of and connected with the dwelling house at the east end of said ground & partly on their (Horsburgh's) ground by which it is bounded on N27 Aug 1886270, 269
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

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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