Round about the Round-O 1880. Arbroath's yesteryear in print

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'West Haven'

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NARRATIVE ON PRINT - Westhaven is the eastern limit of the modern and thriving village of Carnoustie. Carnoustie was founded toward the close of last century by a person of the name of Thomas Lowson, who survived till 1856. It was he who built the first house of a village which at the census of 1881 had a population of 3348.

Carnoustie, which possesses some manufacturers, is a good deal resorted to in the summer months as a watering-place. The eastern part of the village is in the parish of Panbride ; the larger part, erected a few years ago into a parish 'quoad sacra', is in Barry, which is the most westerly parish in the Presbytery of Arbroath.
(Notes by George Hay, 1883)
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