List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Supposed Site of ST. SALVATOR'S CHAPEL Supposed site of St. Salvators Chapel
Supposed site of St. Salvators Chapel
Mr. James Thomson Author of History of Dundee
Mr. Charles Rogers - Libn. [Librarian] Dundee Library
054 [Situation] South side of Bank Street within the Corn Exchange
This chapel is supposed to have stood at the north end of St. Salvator's Close. Mr. Thomson states that himself and another man a friend of his examined the remains found here several years ago which consisted of some small old houses & remains of walls which stood upon somewhat elevated rocky ground & which has been since quarried away He states that the remains found appeared plainly to indicate that of a Chapel and that some remains of graves had been dug up. He also states that he considers & believes that St. Thomas's Chapel stood on the east side of St. Salvators Chapel but this appears to be merely an inference from some passages in old writings for which there does not appear to be any proof Mr. Reid a gentleman who has given a good deal of attention to the antiquities of Dundee seems to doubt that a chapel ever stood here. notwithstanding this opinion there is a general belief in the town of Dundee that there was a chapel here
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