The Newport, Wormit & Forgan Archive

Location : cottage beside Craighead Cottage,  Tay Street

Historic Property ImageProperty Image

Photo / old map: Map, Steedman 1825. Reproduced with the permission of the National Library of Scotland.

= Property demolished or site redeveloped

Notes:      demolished; located east of Craighead Cottage


Location and Old Maps

Latitude, longitude:      56.446353,-2.936753

View location on the 1855 6-inch map, the 1895 25-inch map, the 1914 25-inch map, the 1966-73 25-inch map, or a 1944-50 aerial photograph at the National Library of Scotland website.

Nearby properties (demolished in red):   103 Tay Street   (107 Tay Street)   109 Tay Street  


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



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

Craighead Cottage [2]



Directory entries (before 1975)



Census records

YearAddress Head NotesRooms
1841 Craighead Farm Key William View household



Valuation Roll entries



Railway Map References:

PlanYearRefDescriptionOwner or reputed ownerOccupier[Comments]
RHP85254 (G & D J)18456Dwelling house and garden groundJames Wilson (proprietor), William Berry (superior)William Kay[another cottage at Craighead, to the east]


Other Sightings:

1825 Building shown on map: Craighead National Library of Scotland, Plan of the coast from Newport to Craighead, 1824-25, John Steedman


Early Sasines:



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