Sibbald, William (d. 1809). Scots architect and builder. He was Superintendent of Public Works in Edinburgh from 1790 until his death. He worked with Robert Reid on the layout of the first extension to the New Town. He designed Lady Yester's Church, Edinburgh (1803), in an early version of the Jacobean style. His son, William Sibbald (d. 1823), built the Bank of Scotland on The Mound, Edinburgh (1802–6), to designs by Reid and Richard Crichton (c.1771–1817).
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