By Mhairi Pyott
Over many years I have read or been told of incidents and happenings associated with people from the Monifieth area.
You may judge for yourself as to the accuracy of such tales and events written in this recorded version.
Certainly some articles are factually correct, others, well you are left to make your own decision.
Hopefully you will be entertained by reading Monifieth Tales, Fact or Fiction
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Tagged Ashludie, Eglismonichty, Fichem, James Low, Maule, Miss Rattray, Monifieth, Provosts, smuggling, St.Rule, Wm. Low
The bridge over the Dighty, at Monifieth has certainly been a crossing point for many centuries. Since the 15th century, it has been regarded as a strategic crossing, and in the eighteenth century it became a favourite of French smugglers.
The bridge over the Dighty, at Monifieth has certainly been a crossing point for many centuries.