General > Councillor George Mudie, 1899-1968
Councillor George Mudie, 1899-1968

George Mudie represented Murroes & Tealing on Angus Council from 1945 until 1968. He had a keen interest and affection for Tealing and was instrumental in having the council houses built at Inveraldie. He served on a number of committees, but his greatest interests were in education and housing.

As a young man he lived in the farmhouse at Whitehouse which his parents rented until May 1924, when the grandparents of the present Nicoll family took over the property. In 1932 he moved to the Newbigging Road. He was very active in the community, highly regarded and well respected. During his stewardship of the area he staunchly represented the interests of Tealing at Angus County Council and with many others. It is widely believed that the Dalziel place names in Inveraldie are so called after his wife's maiden name.

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