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Location : Seacraig House [3],  King Street

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= Property demolished or site redeveloped

Notes:      demolished; ground floor

Part of a divided property. Other parts: Seacraig House [1]     Seacraig House [2]     

 

Location and Old Maps

Latitude, longitude:      56.442848,-2.938414

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 James Street   29 King Street   (Garage, formerly 31, King Street)   (Seacraig House [1], King Street)   (Seacraig House [2], King Street)   (Seacraig Cottages [1], King Street)   (Seacraig Cottages [2], King Street)   (Seacraig Cottages [3], King Street)   (Seacraig Cottages [4], King Street)   (Seacraig Cottages [5], King Street)   (Seacraig Cottages [6], King Street)   (Seacraig Cottages [7], King Street)   (Seacraig Cottages [8], King Street)   (Bowling Green, King Street)   (former coal shed, King Street)   21 Robert Street   1 Seacraig Court   2 Seacraig Court   3 Seacraig Court   4 Seacraig Court   5 Seacraig Court   6 Seacraig Court   7 Seacraig Court   8 Seacraig Court   9 Seacraig Court   10 Seacraig Court   11 Seacraig Court   12 Seacraig Court   13 Seacraig Court   14 Seacraig Court   15 Seacraig Court   16 Seacraig Court   17 Seacraig Court   18 Seacraig Court   19 Seacraig Court   20 Seacraig Court   21 Seacraig Court   22 Seacraig Court   23 Seacraig Court   24 Seacraig Court   25 Seacraig Court   26 Seacraig Court  

 

1854 Ordnance Survey Name Book Entry    (originals at ScotlandsPlaces)     (more information on the O.S. Name Books page)

List of names to be corrected if necessaryOrthography, as recommended to be used in the new plansOther modes of spelling the nameAuthorities for these other modes of spelling when knownSituationDescriptive remarks or other general observations which may be considered of interestSource
Seacraig [entry deleted - no explanation given]SeacraigSeacraig; SeacraigMr Rhind, Proprietor; Mr J Young, MarytownA large and commodious dwelling house two stories high and slated, with a good garden attached and occupied by the proprietor Mr Rhind.OS1/13/32/65

 

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)

Seacraig House [3]

 

 

Directory entries (before 1970)      There are 30 entries

SourceEntry 
1956-57 dirMackenzie, Henrietta P. Y., Seacraig house, King street
1955-56 dirMackenzie, Henrietta P. Y., Seacraig house, King st., E. Newport
1951-52 dirMackenzie, George, postman, Seacraig house, King street, East Newport
1950-51 dirMackenzie, George, postman, Seacraig house, King street, East Newport
1949-50 dirGilruth, Alexander (solicitor, Dundee), Seacraig house, King street
1948-49 dirGilruth, Alexander (solicitor, Dundee), Seacraig house, King street, Newport
1947-48 dirGilruth, Alexander (solicitor, Dundee), Seacraig house, King street, Newport
1947-48 dirBell, Miss J., Seacraig house, King street, East Newport
1946-47 dirBell, Miss J., Seacraig house, King street, East Newport
1942-43 dirBrewster, William, civil servant, Seacraig house, King street
1941-42 dirBrewster, William, civil servant, Seacraig house, King street
1940-41 dirBrewster, William, civil servant, Seacraig house, King street
1939-40 dirBrewster, William, civil servant, Seacraig house, King street
1938-39 dirBrewster, William, civil servant, Seacraig house, King street
1937-38 dirBrewster, William, civil servant, Seacraig house, King street
1936-37 dirCharlesworth, Thomas K, Seacraig house, King street
1935-36 dirCharlesworth, Thomas E., Seacraig house, King street
1934-35 dirCruiks, Miss M., dressmaker, Seacraig house, King street, East Newport
1932-33 dirTod, Richard, artist, Seacraig house, King street, East Newport
1931-32 dirTod, Richard, artist, Seacraig house, King street, East Newport
1930-31 dirTod, Richard, artist, Seacraig house, King street, East Newport
1929-30 dirTod, Richard, artist, Seacraig house, King street, East Newport
1928-29 dirTod, Richard, artist, Seacraig house, King street, East Newport
1926-27 dirBarry, J. Armstrong (solicitor, Dundee), Seacraig house, King street, East Newport
1926-27 dirBarry, J. Armstrong, Seacraig house, King street : Solicitors.
1925-26 dirBarry, J. Armstrong (solicitor, Dundee), Seacraig house, King street, East Newport
1925-26 dirBarry, J. Armstrong, Seacraig house, King street : Solicitors.
1922-23 dirWallace, Miss, Seacraig house. King street. East Newport
1920-21 dirWallace, Miss, Seacraig house, King street, East Newport
1918-19 dirWallace, Miss, Seacraig house, King street, East Newport

 

 

Census records

None available yet

 

Valuation Roll entries      There are 9 entries

YearNo.PropertyProprietorTenantOccupierValue
1952-53392House & Garden Agnes Mackay, Lorneville, Tay Street, E Newport John Brace 30View details
1947-48388House & Garden Agnes Mackay, Lorneville, Tay Street, E Newport Alexander Gilruth 30View details
1942-43389House & Garden Agnes Mackay, Lorneville, Tay Street, E Newport William J Brewster 30View details
1937-38392House & Garden William Mackay, 21 South Tay St, Dundee William J Brewster 30View details
1932-33368House & Garden William Mackay, 21 South Tay St, Dundee Richard Tod, artist 28View details
1927-28360House & Garden William Mackay, Lorneville, E Newport empty 27-8-0View details
1922-23328House & Garden William Mackay, Lorneville, E Newport Muriel Wallace same 27-3-0View details
1917-18316House & Garden William Mackay, Lorneville, E Newport Mrs James Porter same 18View details
1915-16312House & Garden William Mackay, Lorneville, E Newport James Porter, retired same 18View details

 

 

Early Sasines:

Sasine Plots:

Plot: 316 Maryton 119.95 pol part of 5 pieces of ground view plot details

 

Sasine Abridgements:

RefIn BriefAbridgementRecordedPlots
1886.00877loan by Andrew Hendry & Ann Mitchell / HendryBond £700 & disp by Robert Brown Wilkins … to Andrew Hendry solicitor Dundee & wife Ann Mitchell … of (1) 119.95 pol, : S by 24' road, : N by 25' road, : E by 30' road, & bldgs t/on; (2) pce grnd 79.36 pol, : S by 24' road, : N by 25' road, : E by (1), & bldgs t/on, all being pts of 5 lots 2-26 of Marytown …28 Aug 1886316, 317
1886.00845Robert Brown to Robert Brown WilkinsDisp by Trs deceased Robert Brown, Seacraig House, Newport to grandson Robert Brown Wilkins … now 25 St James Sq, Edinburgh, of Seacraig House Newport with grnd, bowling green, quarry & pertinents viz (1) 119.95 pol, : S by 24' road, : N by 25' road, : E by 30' road, & bldgs t/on; (2) pce grnd 79.36 pol, : S by 24' road, : N by 25' road, : E by (1), & bldgs t/on, all being pts of 5 lots 2-26 of Marytown …13 Aug 1886316, 317
1867.02211Trs Alexander Rhind to Robert BrownRobert Brown residing lately at Cliff Cottage, Newport now at Sea Craig House, reg disp to himself by Trs seq est Alexander Rhind of 119.95 pol grnd & bldgs t/on, being pt of 5 pieces of ground of Seacraig7 Sep 1867316, 149

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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