Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Joiner, of Dublin, who built No. 66 Capel Street, which, according to Casey, retains 'one of the finest wainscotted interiors in the city'.(1)   Robert Sisson and his wife Frances appear in the registers of St Mary's church, Dublin, as the parents of another Robert Sisson (baptised 7 October 1715) and of  two sons named John, who were baptised in 1714 and 1718, the first having presumably failed to survive.(2) 

See also JOHN SISSON.& JOHN SISSON.& #160;


(1) Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 106.
(2)   Registers of St Mary's church, Dublin, http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie. Other children were Margaret (baptised 1721) and Richard (baptised 1722).