Thomas Manly Deane1

#14466, (8 June 1851-3 February 1933)
FatherThomas Newenham Deane1 (c 1828-8 Nov 1899)
MotherHenrietta Manly1
ChartsDeane Family - descendants
Last Edited28 Nov 2014
Sir Thomas Manly Deane (1851-1933)
(Source: Dictionary of Scottish Architects http://www.scottisharchitects.org.uk/architect_full.php?id=200885)
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Thomas was born on Sunday, 8 June 1851 at Ferney, County Cork.1 He was the son of Thomas Newenham Deane and Henrietta Manly.1 He was a student at at Trinity College, Dublin.1

He was a student of William Burges A.R.A. in.1 He studied architecture in France in 1875.1

Thomas Newenham Deane and Thomas Manly Deane entered into a father-son partnership in 1878.1

His works include the Church of Ireland Training College, the Milltown Galleries in the National Gallery Dublin and numerous other public and private buildings in Ireland, England and Scotland.1

Thomas Manly Deane married Florence Mary Wright, daughter of James Frederick Wright, on Saturday, 17 March 1888.1 Thomas Manly Deane was an architect.1 As of 8 July 1911, Thomas Manly Deane was also known as Sir Thomas Manly Deane after he was knighted by H.M King George V. He retired from his partnership with Sir Aston Webb in 1925.2

Thomas died on 3 February 1933 at Erw-Lyden, North Wales, at age 81.2

Timeline

DateEventPlace
Family
1851BirthFerney, County Cork1
1
EducationTrinity College, Dublin1
Note memo only CR CRLondon1
1875Note memo only1
1878Note memo only CR CR1
Note memo only CR CR1
1888Marriage1
Occupation1
1925Retirement2
1933DeathErw-Lyden, North Wales2

Family

Florence Mary Wright (c 1860-c 1940)
Children

Citations

  1. [S855] Cork Historical and Archaelogical Society, Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaelogical Society, 1919, Vol. 21 No.108 pages 180-186 "Sir Thomas Deane, P.R.H.A."
  2. [S856] Dictionary of Scottish Atrchitects (http://www.scottisharchitects.org.uk/) http://www.scottisharchitects.org.uk/architect_full.php