List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Supposed site of BLACK FRIARS' MONASTERY Black Friars Convent (Site of)

Monastery or Friary of Dominicans
Mr. C. Rogers. Dundee Library
Mr. James Thomson Small's Wynd
Plan of Hospital Properties of Dundee 1855
Mackie's History of Dundee
054 [Situation] On the west Side of Barrack Street.
The particulars respecting the Dominican Monastery, as to its foundation, extent or revenues &c. &c. are unknown as far back as the records of the Town of Dundee & Dr. [Doctor] Small in his Statistical account of Dundee in 1792 asserts that "the date is unknown" but that "this monastery is said to have been founded by Andrew Abercrombie a Dundee Citizen". It is described as being separated from the Grey-Friars by the lane then called Burial Wynd, Anciently the Friars Wynd from Barrack Street.
Mr. James Thomson states that the site of this building is now partly occupied by Willison Church and that the supposed date of its foundation was between the 14th. & 15th. Centuries, & that with its
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