Across the River Ardle from the Cateran Trail, just to the north of Bridge of Cally, is seen an old graveyard, beyond which is part of a hillside traditionally known as Monks Cally. This name tells of a time when the land hereabouts came under the jurisdiction of Coupar Angus Abbey, a little over ten miles to the south. The abbey records speak of there having been a corn mill and fishings at Cally, together with woods which would have been used to supply the abbey. Next to the graveyard at one time was a chapel dedicated to St. Mary, though no trace of this is to be found on the ground today.