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McCorquodale Alexander Croal, solicitor,
High street
McCorquodale David A. agent for Bank of
Scotland (branch), High street
McGregor Mary (Mrs.), laundry, Philip at
M'lnroy John, blacksmith, Park avenue
McKay David, plumber &c. High street
McLeod Alex, clerk, Millar street
McRitchie Alex, plasterer, Ireland street
Manders Alex, photographer, Ferrier street
Masterton Helen <Mrs.), apartments, Rose-
neath, Church street
Mathewson Robert, manager, Collier street
Matthewson Edwin W. painter & paper-
hanger, Dundee street
Meekison Agnes (Miss), aparts.Dalhousie st
Menzies John, commercial traveller.Rowans,
G-uthrie street
Mill Isabella (Miss), apartments.The Links
Mill Peter A. confectioner, Dundee street
Millar G. & Sons, butchers, High street
Millar Alexander Brown, ship master, Ash-
lea, Burnside street
Millar Innes, job master, Ferrier street
Millar Robert (Mrs.), confectioner, High st
Miller James, joiner, William street
Mills Prank, ship master,Norwhin, Lochty st
Mitchell Samuel, boot & shoe dlr. High st
Morison John P. agent for North of Scot-
land Limited (branch), High street
Morris Alex, solicitor, Balfour place
Morrison James Petrie, registrar of births,
deaths & marriages, & inspector for Pan-
bride, William street
Muir Thomas, Son & Patton Lim. coal &
lime merchants (Thomas Watson, agent),
High street
Murdoch Wm. grocer & spirit dlr.Ireland st
National Telephone Call Office (Mrs. Ann
Gibson, in charge), Dundee street
Napier John, grocer, Kinloch street
kelson Isabel (Mrs.), apartments, Millar st
"Nicol Jeannie (Mrs.), shopkpr. Dundee st
Nicoll & Son, bakers & confectioners,
Dundee street
Nicol William, coal salesman, Queen st
INicoll Jane (Miss), milliner, Dundee street
[North of Scotland Bank Limited (branch)
(John P. Morison, agent), High street;
draw on Union of London & Smiths
Bank Lim. & Barclay & Co. Limited
Osier Margaret (Miss), apartments, Noran
bank, Philip street
Oswald John, boot repairer, Dundee st
Panmure Works Institute (Jas.Rae, sen. sec)
Panton William, householder, 2 Bona vista
Paris Miss, householder, Lochty street
Paterson Ann (Mrs-.), grocer & spirit dlr.
Kinloch street
Paterson Robert, zincographer, Dundee st
Paton David M.D., CM. surgeon & paro-
chial medical officer & public vaccinator
for Barry, Villa Rosa, Philip street
^Patterson George, apartments, Teoman vil.
Collier street
Phinn James, hair dresser & tobacconist,
High street
Prain Helen (Miss), dress maker, see Gal-
braith & Prain
Rae Archibald F. sec. of the National In-
surance Co. of Great Britain Limited
(Dundee), Stanstead villa, Sth.Kinloch st
Ramsay David, market gardener, Barry rd
Ramsay James Taylor, confctnr. Victoria st
Ramsay John, tobacconist, Barry road
Ramsay Margaret (Mrs.), grocer, Millar st
Ramsay William, watch maker, High st
"Reid George, manager, 3 Bona vista
Reid Robert, coach builder, Dundee street
Rennie Alexander (Mrs.) (trustees of), cart-
ing contractor, Ferrier street
Rennie Mary & Jessie J. (Misses), dress-
makers, Kinloch street
Richardson Peter, apartments, Tay street
Ritchie & Co. aerated water manufacturers
& beer bottlers, Brae Foot
Ritchie David Alexander, aerated water
manufacturer (Ritchie & Co.),Beechwood
Robb Fredk. W. grocer & spirit dlr.High st
Robb Jane (Miss), dress maker, Millar at
Robb John, apartments &, bathing machine
proprietor, Bay house, Park avenu'e
Robb John, Golf inn, Park avenue
Robertson Andrew & Sons, stone masons
& builders, Lower Kinloch street
Robertson George, stone mason & builder,
Camus street
TRobertson Jas. grocer & spirit dlr. High st
Robertson John, market gardnr. William st
Robertson William, slater, Church street
Ross Grace (Miss), teacher of music, 1
Buller terrace
Ross Thomas, carrier, Burnside street
Samson Alexander, jobbing gardener,
Houstonlea, Maule street
Sanderson John, Beatons hotel. Brawn st
Savings Bank (Barry & Panbride United)
•(A. B. Walker, sec. ; John Lowson,
treasurer), 20 Kinloch street
Scott Elizabeth M. (Miss).aparts.The Links
Scott Alex, news agent & tobacconist,
Dundee street
Scott George, confectioner, Ireland street
Scott Maggie (Mrs.), refreshment rooms,
Queen street
Scroggie Brothers, boot & shoe manufctrs.
& leather merchants, Dalhousie works
Scroggie David, boot & shoe manufacturer
(Scroggie Brothers), Glenconner
Scroggie Edward, boot & shoe manufac-
turer (Scroggie Brothers), Elm bank,
West path
Seller Margaret (Mrs.), aparts. Church si
Suand George, draper, Dundee street
Shepherd Wra. grscer & spirit dlr.Barry rd
Shiell John, factor to the trustees of the late
Earl of Dalhousie. High street
Simpson Alex, joiner, Fern bank, Collier st
Simpson Andrew, bookseller &o. & news
agent, High street
Simpson George, gardener, Kinloch street
Simpson Robt. golf club &c. ma. The Links
Small Isabella (Miss), draper, Queen .street
Smieton James & Sons, linen & jute manu-
facturers. Panmure works
Smith, Hood & Co. Limited, coal mer-
chants, High street
Smith David, grocer &c. & spirit dealer.
High street & Queen street
Smith Georgina (Miss),aparts. Terrace bank
Smith Robert, station master
Smyth Alex. Neil, traveller, Ferniebank
Spark Charles, apartments, Agricola vils.
Maule street
Spark Chas. G. boot & shoe ma. High st
Stewart Betsy (Mrs.), confectioner, Barry rd
Stewart Donald, sheriff clerk deputy, Carl-
syde, Terrace road
Stewart John, fruiterer & market gardnr.
View bank & High street
Stirling Cecilia (Mrs.), aparts. Ireland st
Strachan Annie (Mrs.), Dalhousie hotel,
Church street
Strachan James, cashier, Philip street
Sturroch William, boot maker, Dundee st
Sturrock John & JameB, painters, &c.
Dundee street
Sturrock George, fruiterer & greengrocer,
High street
Sudney William, ship master, Arbroath rd
Tennant Charles & Co. Limited, chemical
manufacturers (vitriol & chemica.
manure) (George Hall, sec); T N 1713
Thompson Lily(Mrs.), shopkeeper, Church st
Thomson Alexander M.B., CM. surgeon,
Scotswood house, Lochty street
Thow Christina (Miss), laundress, Tay st
Thow John, joiner, Church street
Tosh William, boot maker, Queen street
Tulloch Walter, Forester's Arms.Dundee st
Tyrie Ann (Mrs.), shopkeeper), Millar st
Union Club Limited (George Gibson, treas. ;
Wm. Cassar, hon. sec), Park avenue
Watt Alexander & Son, joiners & wheel-
wrights, Terrace road
Webster James M. draper &c. Dundee st
Webster William, printer, stationer & news
agent, High street
Whyte Charles C. grocer, Ireland street
Wighton Elizabeth (Mrs.), apartments, Ire-
land street
Will George, carting contractor, Dundee st
Wilson Alexander Y.H. monumental mason,
Dundee street
Wilson Charles, carting con-
tractor & wood merchant &c.
estab. 20 years, Dundee st
Wilson David T. cabinet maker & uphol-
sterer, Queen street
Wilson J. W. teacher of music, Belview,
Green lane
Wilson Joseph W. spirit dealer (Golf Arms
inn), Ferrier street
Winter John & Son Limited, boot & shoe
manufacturers. Park avenue
Wood Robert (Mrs.), fruiterer & seedsman,
Dundee street & Terrace road
Tool Mary (Mrs.), apartments, Taymouth
cottage, Kinloch street
Young George & Son, tailors, Queen street
Post Office; Miss Ann Pyott, sub-postmis-
tress. Letters through Arbroath. Dis-
patched, 1.45 p.m. The nearest money
order & telegraph office is at Arbroath
Established Church, Rev. Alex. Mills M.A
United Free Church, Rev, Andrew Morris
Board School (under the School Board of
St. Vigeans), Richard S. Armit, master
Station, George M'Laren, station master
Mills Rev. Alexander M.A. (Established)
Morgan James, East Grange of Conon
Morris Rev. Andrew (U. F. C)
Peebles-Chaplin John Hoome A. Colliston
Smith Mrs. The Woodlands
Armit Richard S. schoolmaster, ^School ho
Campbell Alexander, blacksmith
Edwards William, blacksmith, Colliston mill
Fyffe Charles, joiner, Colliston mill
Gibson John, boot & shoe maker
HarriB Mary Ann (Miss), Colliston Inn
M'Laren George, station master
Mitchell Alexander, tailor
Nairn James, grocer
Paul George, blacksmith, Grange of Conon
Pyott Ann (Miss), grocer & suh-postmistrss
Anderson John, Boysack hill
Braid Andrew, Cotton of Colliston
Bowie John, Woodlands
Braid William, Westerton
Cooper David, Gowanbank
Deuchars James, Grange of Conon
Findlay George, Denside
Grant Mrs. James, Firthmuir
Heggie Maurice, West Mill of Colliston
Hendry David, West Mains of Colliston
Howie Thomas, Beechwood
Jamieson John, Mid Peebles
Lumgair Andrew, Grange of Conon
Lumgair Stewart, Grange of Conon
McBay William, jun. Upper Newbigging
McEwan William, Burnspark
Martin Peter, Berryhill
Middleton George, Parkconon
Morgan James Weir, Grange of Conon
Nairn William (reps, of), Whitehall
Pattison William, Firthmuir
Paul J. Grange of Conon
Peebles-Chaplin John H. A. Colliston house
Petrie David, Grange of Conon
Ramsay David, East Mains of Colliston
Ritchie David, Cairnconon
Robbie William, Grange of Conon
Smith James, Grange of Conon
Thomson David, Cotton of Letham
Todd William, Cottage farm, Brax
Weighton David (reps, of), Brax
CHAPELTON, see Inverkeilor.
CHARLESTON, see Glamis.
CLOVA, see Cortachy.
COLLISTON is a quoad sacra parish
formed from and situated in the parish of
St. Vigeans, and a village, 3£ miles north-
west from Arbroath and 12 east from Forfar,
on the road from Forfar to Arbroath, with
a station on the joint line of the Caledonian
and North British Railwav Companies' from
Dundee to Forfar; it is in the small debt
court district of Arbroath. The country
round i3 a fertile agricultural district. Sir
Leonard Lyell bart. of Kinnordy, and J. H.
A. Peebles -Chaplin esq. of Colliston House,
and Mrs. Fitzroy C. Fletcher, of Letham
Grange, are the principal landowners. The
population in 1901 was 549.
parish, including part of the quoad sacra
parish of Glenprosen, is the most extensive
parish in the county; it extends nearly 19
miles from north-west to south-east and has
a breadth varying from 1 mile to 8; itl is
bounded on thei north by the parishes of
Loches and Crathie (Aberdeen), on the east
by Lethnot and Tannadice, on the south by
Kirriemuir and on the west by Lintrathen;
it is in the small debt court district of
Kirriemuir, which is also the nearest rail-
way station, and is on the Caledonian line.
Clova is 174 miles north-west from Forfar,
and 14J miles north-west from Kirriemuir.
Glenprosen is 14£ mile3 north-west from
Forfar, and 11 north-west from Kirriemuir.
There are Established churches at Cortachy,
and in the small villages of Clova and
Glenprosen. Cortachv Castle, the summer
residence of the Earl of Airlie, was par-
tially destroyed by fire in 1833, but has
since been restored. The Tutors of the
Earl of Airlie (a minor) and Mrs. Ogilvy,
of Balnaboth, are the principal landowners.
The area comprises 62,924 acres; rateable
value, £11,030; the population in 1891 was
C15, and in 1901, 569 the civil parish, and
313 in Cortachy ecclesiastical parish. The
population of Clova ecclesiastical parish in
1901 was 115. The population of Glen-
prosen ecclesiastical parish in 1901 was
Post, M. O. 0., T. 0., S. B- & A. & I. 0.
Cortachy ; James Winter, postmaster.
Letters through Kirriemuir. Delivery,
10.20 a.m.; dispatch, 4.15 p.m
Chairman, John Black
Clerk, T. P. Black
Collector of Rates, Cortachy & Clova, John
Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages,
Cortachy & Clova, Thomas P. Black

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