Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Engineer, of Dublin. Isaac Mann, a son of Frederick Mann, of Dublin, was born in Dublin circa 1835, and entered Trinity College in 1857.(1) He obtained the Licentiate in Civil Engineering in 1862.(2) In about 1864, after serving as assistant engineer on the Newry & Armagh Railway and the Swansea section of the Lllanelly Railway in Wales, he was appointed assistant engineer to the Dublin Ballast Board (known as the Dublin Port and Docks Board from 1867).(3) He was still in the post in 1881(4) but had ceased to be so by 1883.(5)

ICEI: admitted member, 1865, having been proposed by BINDON BLOOD STONEY BINDON BLOOD STONEY ; delivers paper 'On the repair of the River Wall at Burgh Quay, Dublin', 8 January 1868;(6) council member, 1871.(7)

Addresses: Seafort Lodge, Blackrock, 1865; 42 Cullenswood Avenue, 1874-1875;(8) Lismore, Knocknaree Road, Dalkey, 1883.(9)



All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from ICEI membership applications, I, 79.

(1) Alumni Dublinenses III, Supplement 1846-1860, 79.
(2) R.C. Cox, compiler, Trinity College School of Engineering: 'Graduates' in Engineering 1843-1992 (1993), unpaginated.
(3) Jones transcripts from Thom's directories.
(4) Thom's Directory (1881).
(5) Thom's Directory (1883).
(6) TICEI 9 (1866-70), 17-28.
(7) See note 3, above.
(8) Post Office Dublin Directory for 1874 and 1875.
(9) See note 5, above.

Author Title Date Details
Mann, Isaac John 'On the repair of the river wall at Burgh Quay, Dublin' 1868 TICEI 9 (1866-70), 17-28.