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Memus is a small village in Angus, Scotland, north of Kirriemuir. It is home to the Drovers Pub. A story is told of a kelpie at Shielhill Bridge, leaving its cloven hoofprint behind on a stone as a petrosomatoglyph.
- Buist, J (1835), "Parish of Tannadice", New Statistical Account of Scotland: Forfar, Kincardine, retrieved 5 January 2010
- Jamieson, J (1793), "Parish of Tannadice", Statistical Account of Scotland, retrieved 5 January 2010
- McHardy, S (1999), Scotland: Myth, Legend & Folklore, Edinburgh: Luath Press
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