Thom's Irish Who's Who/Deane, Sir Thomas Manly

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DEANE, Sir Thomas Manly, B.A., T.C.D., R.H.A., Architect; b. 8th June, 1851; eldest son of Sir Thomas Newenham Deane, R.H.A.. and Henrietta, dau. of Joseph Hutchinson Manly, of Ferney, Blackrock, Co. Cork, and grandson of Sir Thomas Deane, P.R.H.A., of Dundanion Castle, Co. Cork, and Eliza Newenham, his second wife; graduated at T.C.D., June, 1872. Travelling Studentship in Architecture from the Royal Academy, 1876. Architect—in partnership with his father—for Science and Art Museum and National Library of Ireland; for the Lecture Theatre, Royal Dublin Society, and afterwards for the Miltown Galleries, National Gallery of Ireland; Church of Ireland Training College, Dublin, and many other public and private buildings in Ireland, and at Oxford, the Anthropological Museum and Physiological Laboratory; also joint Architect with Sir Aston Webb, P.R.A., for the Royal College of Science and New Public Offices, Merrion Street, Dublin. Knighted by King George V. on the occasion of the opening the R. Coll. Science, 8th July, 1911, thus being the third Knight in succession in his family; m. 17th March, 1888, Florence Mary, only dau. of the late Jas. F. Wright, Esq., M.A., of 58 Lansdowne Road, Dublin, and Mary Anne Bunting, his wife, dau. of Edward Bunting, the celebrated musician and collector of ancient Irish music. Issue: Thos Alexander David, b. 25th Feb., 1893, killed in Action, Gaba Tepe, Gallipoli, 3rd May, 1915; Mary Primrose, m. 10th Dec, 1919, Capt. Andrew Fenwick Thorp, 8th. Lan. Regt., of Denehead House, Ryton, Co Durham.