RE: [dundee-history] Re: Craigie Terrace
The map section shows Craigie Terrace where I know it is, but is earlier than the date the houses in question were built, east of those shown on the map. They were built just before the end of the 19th century.
This street name has vanished on modern maps, and these houses are now referred to with Broughty Ferry Road addresses instead, and my family left number 13 around 1906 so I have no other references.
I can tell from old photographs that it is one of four houses, but as I said earlier I’m not sure which one.
I have a vague recollection that one of the four was formerly the manse of Baxter Park Church (now demolished). If anyone has access to records which show the address of that manse – both the Craigie Terrace and Broughty Ferry Road addresses – then I could work out which house was number 13.
Thanks to everyone who replied.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of tis_peter
Sent: 03 December 2009 03:35
Subject: [dundee-history] Re: Craigie Terrace
Ken, I thought that Craigie Terrace ran along Broughty Ferry Road between Murray Streeet and Dalgleish Road . That makes it opposite the strip of grounds of the old Carolina House Orphanage building at number 133 Broughty Ferry Road . There is a wonderfully detailed 1872 1:500 scale map available as map segment LIV.6.14 of the Town Plan of Dundee (east part) on the website http://www.nls.uk/maps/townplans/dundee_2_east.html
Looking at this map, it seems that the first two buildings to the east of Dalgleish Road [towards Greendykes] might also be a part of the Terrace. As I have to go past that area tomorrow, I shall have a look.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Ken Anton" <ken.anton@...> wrote: ...
> It concerns the row of houses on BroughtyFerry Road , between Dalgleish Road and Greendykes Road . In 1906, this was known as Craigie Terrace. I'm trying to work out which one of four houses was number 13 Craigie Terrace. The same house now has an address on Broughty Ferry Road , and would be one of the four houses numbered 232 to 238 Broughty Ferry Road . The next house on the west side is number 230, now Aberlaw Guest House, and formerly Rubislaw Nursery School