Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of Dublin, active from the 1830s to the early 1850s. Robert Doyle was still living on 18 May 1852, when he wrote his will,(1) but appears to have died before the year was out.(1) He may be the Robert Doyle who was admitted to the Royal Dublin Society's school of drawing in architecture in 1822.(2)

Address:(3) 15 Moore Street, 1832-1852.

See also ROBERT DOYLE[1]. ROBERT DOYLE[1].



References


(3) Index of Irish Wills 1484-1858 (Eneclann CD-ROM), Document ID 19890.
(2) The Post Office Dublin Directory for 1853 does not name him in the alphabetical list and describes No. 15 Moore Street as 'Tenements'.
(3) MS. transcript from Royal Dublin Society minutes of School of Drawing in Architecture admissions and prizewinners (in IAA); according to Gitta Willemson, The Dublin Society Drawing Schools 1746-1876 (2000), 28, he was also admitted to the schools of figure drawing, landscape and ornament drawing and modelling in the same year.
(4) From Wilson's, Post Office, Pettigrew & Oulton's and Thom's directories.