Jacobsen, Theodore (d. 1772). English architect of German descent, he worked in London, where his best-known building was the Foundling Hospital (1742–52—demolished 1928). He is remembered today for the main quadrangle, Trinity College, Dublin (1752–9).
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2004)
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