“Most of the content of this page, the linked photographs and other material was originally published in very limited edition book form by Gill Martin of Stonehaven in the furtherance of family history studies.”
“The graveyard closed in the 1860’s because of an outbreak of cholera. …After this outbreak of cholera, burials were supposed to take place at St. Aiden’s until the opening of Barnhill in the early 1870’s.”
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2 responses to “Old Burial Ground at Broughty Ferry, Dundee, Scotland”
We are staying in Dundee for next 3 days ,do you think we could get permission to visit this Monday afternoon much appreciated but realise at such short notice might not be allowed ,many thanks Martin Gerrie
I believe you need to contact the City Council’s office at +44 1382 434000 or email@example.com to arrange for private entrance to the burial grounds.
Best with your research,