Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect of Cork and Dublin. Thomas Newenham Deane was born on 15 Jun 1828 at Dundanion, Co. Cork,(1) the eldest son of THOMAS DEANE  THOMAS DEANE by his second wife, Eliza Newenham. He was educated at Rugby(2) and attended Trinity College, Dublin, from 1845 to 1849.(3) After receiving his BA degree from Trinity he became a pupil in his father's office in Cork. In 1851 both he and BENJAMIN WOODWARD BENJAMIN WOODWARD , his father's assistant, became partners in the practice, which was re-named DEANE SON & DEANE SON & amp; WOODWARD -  WOODWARD - or, in full, Sir Thomas Deane, Kt, Son & Woodward -, and soon afterwards, in October 1853,(4) Woodward and Deane set up a Dublin office at No. 3 Upper Merrion Street. After the death of Woodward in 1860 and up until the death of Sir Thomas Deane in 1871, the firm went under the name of Sir Thomas Deane & Son, although in fact the elder Deane's involvement in the practice had virtually ceased in the early 1850s. In 1878 Thomas Newenham Deane's eldest son, THOMAS MANLY DEANE THOMAS MANLY DEANE , became his partner. The practice was known as THOMAS DEANE & THOMAS DEANE & amp; SON until 29 August 1890, when, after Deane was knighted at the opening of the National Library and Museum, it again became Sir Thomas Deane & Son.

In 1875, after the passing of the Act for the Preservation of National Monuments, Deane was appointed the first Superintendent of National Monuments.(5) Although doubts as to his qualifications for the post were raised at the time of the appointment,(6) he appears to have been conscientious in the discharge of his duties. In his memoir of Deane, THOMAS DREW  THOMAS DREW writes of his 'genuine and patriotic devotion to his charge…for a mere nominal salary, visiting assiduously remotest places and exposed coasts and islands, and facing western seas in any seasons'. Deane's reports upon conservation work undertaken on national monuments appear in appendices to the annually published Reports of the Commissioners of Public Works, Ireland.(7)

From an early date, Deane was interested in painting, and his father even feared that he might abandon architecture for painting as a career.(8) Between 1863 and 1898 he was a regular exhibitor at the RHA. His earliest exhibits consisted of architectural designs but these were soon exceeded by numerous sketches of Irish and continental views.(9) Deane was one of four architects from Ireland who attended the Architects' Conference in London in 1871.(10). He believed that architects should have a broad education which included fine art and the study of the antique, and in 1875 argued for the establishment of 'a good technical School of Art, where the smith, the carpenter, the carver, the weaver, the builder, the decorator and the architectural student may see the best examples of such objects as may help him to form right conclusions as to what is right and wrong, beautiful and ugly'.(11) When the establishment of a museum of science and art was under discussion in 1876, he supported the idea of amalgamating the collections of the Royal Dublin Society and the Royal Irish Academy.(12) He was on the Fine Arts & Manufactures Committee of the Royal Dublin Society,(13) and in 1878 the Society appointed him its representative on the panel of three judges which was to be responsible for awarding the Taylor Art Scholarships.(14) In January and February 1889 he gave a series of lectures on architecture at Leinster House under the auspices of the Department of Science and Art.(15)

Playing a public role did not come naturally to Deane, who, according to O'Dwyer, suffered from a speech impediment and shyness. 'By his force of character Deane became one of the most widely known of men in Irish society,' Drew wrote in his memoir, 'though he was not of it in one sense. He was not a gregarious man; and absorbed in pursuit of his practice, and living a retired life, he maintained friendship with brother architects and membership of the Irish Institute of Architects and of the Royal Hibernian Academy of Arts, although taking little interest in their corporate acts'.(16)

Deane died suddenly in his office on St Stephen's Green, into which he had only just moved, on 8 November 1899(17) and was buried in Deansgrange cemetery,(18) where his son THOMAS MANLY DEANE THOMAS MANLY DEANE , designed and erected a cross in his memory.(19) He left an estate valued at £13,178.15s.1d.(20) He had married Henrietta, fourth daughter of Joseph Manly of Ferney, Co. Cork, and his wife Deborah (née Newenham) on 29 January 1850, by whom he had seven sons and a daughter. Lady Deane, who was born on 18 December 1827, died on 27 Febrary 1911.(21) Thomas Manly Deane carried on his father's practice.

Deane's pupils and assistants included EDWARD GUY DAWBER EDWARD GUY DAWBER , FREDERICK MORLEY FREDERICK MORLEY , PATRICK F. O'SULLIVAN  PATRICK F. O'SULLIVAN and JOHN HOWARD PENTLAND. JOHN HOWARD PENTLAND.

AAI: founder member; special committee meeting held on 10 November 1899 'to express their sense of the great loss they & the architectural profession generally had sustained'.(22)
GLFI: candidate for admission to Lodge 141, Dublin, 6 March 1863.(23)
Inst.CEI: hon. member, 1891.(24)
RHA: associate, 18 July 1861; member, 18 April 1864.(25)
RIAI: fellow, 1866;(26) council member, 1867-8,1871-5;(27) vice-president, 1870-1;(28) re-elected member, 9 April 1883;(29) fellow, 12 December 1885.(30)
RIBA: fellow, 1863;(31) council member, 1874-5;(32) resigned 1885.(33)
RSAI: elected member, 7 January 1863, proposed by Charles H. Foot;(34) proposed as fellow, 1898.(35)

Addresses:(36) Work: 3 Upper Merrion Street, Dublin, 1853-1899; 37 St Stephen's Green, 1899.(37)
Home: 3 Upper Merrion Street, Dublin, 1853-1868; Dorset Lodge, Killiney, 1869 until death.

See WORKS.

For the purposes of this database all works by Thomas Newenham Deane between 1861, when Woodward died, and 1878, when Thomas Manly Deane joined his father as a partner, are listed under THOMAS NEWENHAM DEANE THOMAS NEWENHAM DEANE . From 1861 until 1871 the practice was officially called Sir Thomas Deane, Kt, and Son despite the fact that Sir Thomas Deane had withdrawn from active participation in the 1850s.



References

All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from the genealogical account of the Deane family in IB 43, 13 Feb 1901, 633-635, which forms the basis of an article in The Cork Historical and Archaeological Society Journal 21 (Oct-Dec 1915), 180-186, from Hector Deane, who owns a Deane family tree compiled by Thomas Manly Deane (Aug 2009), and from Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 18-20, 394, &c.. Another account of Deane's early life and architectural career is in Eve Blau, Ruskinian Gothic: the architecture of Deane and Woodward 1845-1861 (Princeton, 1982), and a good summary of Deane's architectural career is in the memoir by Thomas Drew in RIBAJ 7 (1900), 48-49; other biographies are in IB 41, 1 Dec 1899, 196, and in the Oxford DNB (the entry in the original DNB was by Deane's son-in-law, C.L. Falkiner). A bronze bust of Deane by John Hughes is in the National Gallery of Ireland. A portrait medallion by Thomas Manly Deane was exhibited at the RHA in 1912 (no. 309). A portrait photograph accompanies the article fromThe the Cork Historical and Archeological Society Journal mentioned above (roproduced by O'Dwyer, loc. cit., above). Another is in Building News, 28 Feb 1890, 'Contemporary British Architects' series (not seen).

(1) IB 41, 15 Nov 1899, 180.
(2) Who was Who 1897-1916, 188; he had previously attended a school in Blackrock, Cork (see J.F. Fuller, Omniana (1916), 42, and entry on Fuller).
(3) Alumni Dublinenses, 219.
(4) Blau, 27.
(5) IB 17, 1 Jul 1875, 184; B 33, 10 Jul 1875, 631.
(6) IB 17, 15 Jul 1875, 193.
(7) For summaries of, illustrations from and comments on these reports and other references to Deane in his capacity of Superintendent of National Monuments see also: IB 18, 1 Sep 1876, 249-50,263-4; 19, 15 Feb,1 Jun,15 Aug 1877, 52,157,233-4; 20, 1 Aug,15 Sep,1 Oct 1878, 217,259-60,275-6; 21, 15 Jul,1,15 Aug,1 Sep 1879, 208,225-6,243-4,261-2; 30, 15 Feb 1888, 44(illus.); 36, 1 May 1894, 108; B 34, 2 Sep 1876, 861; 35, 31 Mar 1877, 327; 36, 7 Sep 1878, 929; Architect 17, 24 Feb 1877, 125; 18, 21 Jul 1877, 32-33; 20, 17 Aug 1878, 84; 22, 12 Jul 1879, 21(illus.); 24, 14 Aug 1880, 104; 27, 28 Jan,23 Sep,11 Nov 1882, 59,?(illus.),?(illus.); JRSAI 36 (1894), 108; RIA Proceedings 16 (1882), 201; 17 (1886), 161; 19 (1893), 100; 24 (1894), 92.
(8) Blau, 28.
(9) An album of watercolour views and studies by Deane is in the National Gallery of Ireland (No. 6346).
(10) B 29, 27 May 1871, 397.
(11) IB 17, 15 Dec 1875, ?.
(12) IB 18, 15 Apr 1876, 114.
(13) IB 11, 15 Apr 1869, 91.
(14) B 36, 7 Sep 1878, 944.
(15) IB 31, 15 Jan 1889, 25.
(16) RIBAJ 7 (1899-1900), 49.
(17) IB 41, 15 Nov,1 Dec 1899, 180,196.
(18) Irish Times, 10 Nov 1899.
(19) IB 43, 24 Oct 1901, ?(illus.).
(20) IB 42, 15 Feb 1900, 285.
(21) IA & C, 1, 11 Mar 1911, 91.
(22) Irish Times, 10 Nov 1899.
(23) GLFI archives.
(24) TICEI 22, 16 Dec 1891, ?.
(25) Strickland; but cf. B 19, 24 Aug 1861, 585 which says that he was elected associate 1 Aug 1861.
(26) RIAI council minutes, 21 Jun 1866, 56,190, 15 Nov 1866, 196, ordinary meeting minutes 20 Dec 1866, 198.
(27) Typescript lists of RIAI officers in IAA.
(28) See note 24, above.
(29) RIAI council minutes, 7 Apr 1883, 226.
(30) RIAI council meeting minutes, 9 Nov 1885, 245, general meeting minutes, 12 Dec 1885, 281.
(31) RIBA list of members, 1875.
(32) RIBAJ 25 (1874-5).
(33) RIBAJ 7 (1899-1900), 48-49.
(34) JRSAI 7 (1862-1863), ?.
(35) JRSAI 28 (1898), 83.
(36) Thom's Directories.
(37) O'Dwer, op. cit., above, 394.


94 work entries listed in chronological order for DEANE, THOMAS NEWENHAM (SIR)


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Building: CO. KILKENNY, FERTAGH, GLEBE HOUSE
Date: 1828
Nature: Erected by gift of £323 and loan of £415 from Board of First Fruits, 1828.
Refs: S. Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837), I, 613

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ST ANDREW'S STREET, ST ANDREW'S CHURCH (CI, 3RD)
Date: 1860
Nature: Competition entrant.
Refs: DB 7, 15 Jul 1865, 173

Building: CO. WEXFORD, COURTOWN, INVERMORE (STOPFORD HOUSE HOTEL)
Date: 1860ca
Nature: Attr. to TND by O'Dwyer. For M. Scott, agent to Lord Courtown.
Refs: Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 389,472-3(illus.)

Building: ENGLAND, LONDON, GREAT EXHIBITION BUILDING
Date: 1861
Nature: Design submitted.
Refs: DB 3, 15 Feb 1861, 436

Building: CO. DUBLIN, CRINKEN (SHANKILL), CHURCH OF ST JAMES (CI)
Date: 1861-62
Nature: Works at?. Builder: Douglass. Cost: £700. For Sir C.C.W. Domvile, Bt.?
Refs: IAA, PKS A03 (Mar 1861, p.86v) (?also bills of measurement in PKS [missing] Book 1, 181,229 (1862), wrongly listed as Shankill, Co. Armagh?)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, SHANKILL, THORNHILL? (ST GERARD'S)
Date: 1861-62
Nature: Alterations to shooting lodge, for Sir Charles Domvile
Refs: IAA, PKS A03 (Nov 1861, Sep 1862, p.72v); Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 507

Building: CO. GALWAY, PORTUMNA CASTLE (NEW)
Date: 1861-64
Nature: French Gothic. Contractor: Cockburn(£15,000). For Marquess of Clanricarde. (Burned, 1922)
Refs: IAA, PKS A03 (Sep 1861, pp.30v,41v), L1 (p.774,777); DB 4, 1 Feb 1862, 33; 6, 1 Oct 1864, 201; Building News 8, 21 Feb 1862, 120;  Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 372-376(illus.)

Building: ENGLAND, OXFORD, CHRIST CHURCH COLLEGE
Date: 1861-65
Nature: Appointed architect to Dean and Chapter of Chirst Church, 1861. Extensive additions and alterations, including alts to college library; new residences (Meadow Buildings). Resident architect: W.C.C. Bramwell. Builder: Simms. Amount of tender, £22,000.
Refs: IAA, PKS A03 (Jun,Jul 1862, pp.31, 107v, 108), L1 (pp..278, 286, 292, 295, 306, 313, 318, 325, 328, 329, 333, 336-8, 372, 700 &c.); DB 3, 1 Dec 1861, 692; B 20, 20 Nov 1862, 856(illus.); 23, 21 Oct 1965, 750; 24, 12 May 1866, 337,346,347(illus.); RHA 1863, no. 495; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 371(illus.)373,390

Building: CO. GALWAY, TUAM, CATHEDRAL OF ST MARY (CI)
Date: 1861-78
Nature: Restoration and enlargement to W preserving Norman chancel and chancel arch (used as entrance and porch of existing church).Interior lined with sandstone from Nepah, Castlebar. Memorial stone laid 27 Aug 1863, at ceremony in which Sir Thomas Deane addressed congregation. Exterior completed at cost of £13,000, 1875.Consecrated 9 Oct 1878. Internal fittings presented by Misses Cooper of Markree Castle; carvings 'brought by the late Mr Cooper from abroad, and are considered among the most rare and remarkable specimens of art'.(B 26, 611) Contractor: William Crowe & Son, Brunswick St, Dublin. Clerk of Works: Holloway. (14th century chancel to E of Norman chancel converted to Synod Hall.)
Refs: IAA, PKS A03 (Feb 1863, p.44v); B 19, 28 Sep 1861, 668; 21, 3,10 Jan,21 Feb,7 Mar,22 Aug,5 Sep 1863, 17,33,141-2,177,605,634; 22, 9 Apr 1864, 260,261(illus.); 26, 15 Aug 1868, 611; 36, 19 Oct 1878, 1100; DB 3, 15 Sep 1861, 626; 4, 1,15 Feb 1862, 34,35(illus. between 40 & 41); 5, 15 Jan,1 Mar,15 Apr,1 Sep 1863, 11,?,70,145; 6, 1 Jul 1864, 131; 7, 1 Feb 1865, 34; IB 20, 15 Oct 1878, 305;  Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 4 (no. 32 (15 Feb 1762), 396, quotes description of Deane's design from The Ecclesiologist;  Irish Times, 3 Feb 1863;31 Jan,31 Feb 1865;  Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 17, no. 194, 23 Jul 1875, 156;   Restoration of St Mary's Cathedral, Tuam; APSD, T, 99; Tuam Herald, 23 Sep 1922;  Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (1997), 373,379-80;  exterior and interior illus. in  Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 256-7.


Building: CO. DUBLIN, KILLINEY, DORSET LODGE
Date: 1861ca
Nature: Gothic style alts. & adds., for himself.
Refs: Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 370

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, BISHOP STREET, CATHEDRAL OF ST FINN BARRE (CI)
Date: 1862
Nature: Competition entrant, awarded 2nd prize.
Refs: B 21, 7 Feb 1863, 97; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (1997), 381

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MOLESWORTH STREET, NO. 039-40 (MOLESWORTH HALL)
Date: 1862
Nature: New building in connection with St Ann's school. Estimated cost of Crowe's tender, £2,166. (Demolished, 1978.)
Refs: IAA, PKS B02/10, A03 (Jan 1863, p.44v), L1 (p.409-10,413,419,421,761-2,769,778 &c)

Building: ENGLAND, OXFORD, COWLEY PLACE, HOUSE (ST HILDA'S COLLEGE)
Date: 1862
Nature: Addition., for Sir Benjamin Brodie. Work supervised by W.C.C. Bramwell. Contractor: Wyatt. Capitals in link between old house and additionn said to be by the O'Sheas.
Refs: Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 387(illus.),389,404

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, DERRYLAHAN PARK
Date: 1862-1865
Nature: New house, for William Henry Head. Builder: Cockburn. (House and contents destroyed in 1921-22.)
Refs: IAA, PKS A03 (May-Jul 1862, p.41v), L1 (p.275,277,280-84,310,846,850,864,866,869,875, &c.); Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 101(illus.),102; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 386-8(illus.),598n

Building: CO. DUBLIN, SHANKILL, QUINN'S ROAD, CLONTRA
Date: 1862-63
Nature: New kitchen and conservatory, for Rt. Hon. James A. Lawson, QC
Refs: IAA, PKS B02/11, A03 (Feb 1863, p.41v), L1 (p.791); DB 4, 15 Feb 1862, 43

Building: CO. DUBLIN, KILLINEY, COTTAGE
Date: 1862?
Nature: -
Refs: IAA, PKS B01/ (missing, p. 257)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, KILLINEY, HOUSE
Date: 1862?
Nature: -
Refs: IAA, PKS B01 (missing, pp. 242,266)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CLYDE ROAD, CHURCH OF ST BARTHOLOMEW (CI)
Date: 1863
Nature: Practice among 5 invited to submit portfolio of work prior to choosing architect for church. T.H. Wyatt chosen.
Refs: B 21, 5 Sep 1863, 644; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 380-81

Building: CO. MAYO, TURLOUGH HOUSE (CASTLEBAR)
Date: 1863-65
Nature: For Charles Lionel Fitzgerald. Builder: M. Gahan & Sons. Estimated cost £3,992.
Refs: IAA, PKS B03/33, A03 (Jul 1863, p.97v), L1(pp.501,507,515, 821,858-9, 908,918,936,937-8,940-41,945-8 &c.); Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 278; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 385-7(illus.)

Building: ENGLAND, MANCHESTER, LANCASHIRE INSURANCE OFFICE
Date: 1864
Nature: -
Refs: RHA 1864, no. 413

Building: ENGLAND, OXFORD, CHRIST CHURCH COLLEGE
Date: 1864
Nature: Proposed new roof.
Refs: RHA 1864, no. 402; this may be the Deane & Woodward design in IAA (see Griffin & Lincoln, Drawings from the Irish Architectural Archive (1993), 58).

Building: CO. LOUTH, DROGHEDA, LAURENCE STREET, TOWN HALL (WHITWORTH HALL)
Date: 1864
Nature: Competition entrant (as Sir Thomas Deane & Son)..
Refs: B 22, 12 Mar 1864, 187

Building: CO. WEXFORD, VALENTIA HOUSE (CAMOLIN)
Date: 1864-1865
Nature: Additions, for A.W. Guinness. Builder: Benjamin Webster.
Refs: IAA, PKS B02/50, B03/21, A03 (1864-1866, p.78v), L1 (p.757,768,813,820,833,856,884 &c.); Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 389,453

Building: CO. KILKENNY, KILKENNY, COACH ROAD, CATHEDRAL OF ST CANICE (CI)
Date: 1864-1870
Nature: Restoration.  Plans submitted Jun 1863; estimated cost over £7,000, including heating and tower. Work started 1864 with reroofing of building. Builder: Cockburn. Carving of hammer beams of nave roof by Mr Harris.  Lady chapel completely rebuilt, 1865. Pulpit, 1869, and reredos executed by C.W. Harrison. Prebendal stalls by Mr Digges, Lincoln Place, Dublin.  Oak bishop's throne from Powell & Earley   Marble chancel floor laid by Mr Collis, Kilkenny Marble Mills. N. choir aisle window presented by TND in memory of Woodward and Robert O'Callaghan Newenham. Cathedral reopened, 27 Mar 1870.
Refs: IAA, PKS A03 (Aug 1863, p. 32v), L1 (pp. 667,672,786,791,896,933 &c.); Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 4, no. 48 (15 Jun 1863), 796;  B 21, 5 Sep 1863, 634,636; 22, 13 Aug 1864, 665 (or 605?); 30, 7 Sep 1872, 705,707(illus.);   RHA 1864, nos. 409,411;  DB 6, 1 Jul,1 Sep 1864, 131,176-7; 7, 15 Aug 1865, 201; 8, 1 Apr 1866, 83;  IB 9, 1 Sep,1 Oct 1867, 229,263; 11, 15 Aug 1869, 192-3(illus); 12, 1 Jan,1 Nov 1870, 4,259; 17, 15 Jul 1875, 190(illus.); 32, 15 Dec 1890, 292;  Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 12, no. 131, 23 Apr 1870, 97;  JRSAI 79? (1949), 3; R. Langrishe, Handbook to Cathedral Church of St Canice, Kilkenny (1879), 33; RIBAJ 16 (1865-6), 85-93; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (1997), 367-369,379-80;  exterior and interior illus. in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 328-9.

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, BARNANE (TEMPLEMORE)
Date: 1865
Nature: Works at, consisting of or including Turkish bath, by J. Dwyer, measured Mar-Apr 1865. For John Carden.
Refs: IAA, PKS B03/17, L1 (p.755,759,789,808,811,818,835 &c.)

Building: ENGLAND, LONDON, FLEET STREET, CROWN LIFE ASSURANCE CO.
Date: 1865
Nature: Venetian Gothic. Built to replace Woodward's Blackfriars office. Builder: Piper & Wheeler. Cost:£16,000.
Refs: B 23, 15 Jul 1865, 502,503(illus.); DB 7, 1,15 Jul 1865, 169, 182; Building News, ? ? 1865, 447(illus.); Eve Blau, Ruskinian Gothic (1982), 107; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 382,383(illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, MONKSTOWN, ALMA ROAD, ARRANMORE & WESTON
Date: 1865
Nature: Pair of semi-detached houses, for Frederick Blood and James Haughton attr. to TND by O'Dwyer.
Refs: Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 388; illus. in Peter Pearson, Between the Mountains and the Sea (Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, 1998), 196

Building: CO. CORK, MONKSTOWN, THORNCLIFFE
Date: 1865
Nature: New house with polychromatic façade for John Perrot, ironmaster, 'probably also Deane's work' (O'Dwyer).
Refs: Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 389

Building: ENGLAND, OXFORD, UNIVERSITY MUSEUM
Date: 1865
Nature: Gate lodge
Refs: Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 390(illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, O'CONNELL STREET UPPER, NO. 009 (SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL ASSURANCE CO.)
Date: 1865-67
Nature: New building on part of site of Drogheda House. Estimated cost £3,630. Builder: George Carolin. Carving: Edward Whelan.
Refs: IAA, PKS B03/20, A03 (May, Jun 1865, Aug 1867, pp.30v, 94v), L1 (pp.816,824,828,831,868 &c.); IB 9, 1 Jan 1867, 4,5(illus.); B 26, 18 Apr 1868, 279,281(illus.); E. MacDowell Cosgrave & Leonard R. Strangways, Visitors’ Guide to Dublin and Neighbourhoods (Dublin & London, [1907]), 123; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 382.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUN LAOGHAIRE, YORK ROAD, FAIRYLAND
Date: 1865;1883?
Nature: Semi-detached house for Alexander Findlater.. Estimated cost of Crowe's tender, £3,800.
Refs: IAA, PKS B03/25, A03 (Sep 1865, p.44v)

Building: CO. LAOIS, RATHDAIRE (BALLYBRITTAS)
Date: 1865a
Nature: '[The conservatory] at Bellegrove, Co. Leix, was designed by Sir Thomas Deane with pairs of terracotta pillars, cast from models of those in San Giovanni Laterano in Rome…'  For George Adair.
Refs: E. Malins & P. Bowe, Irish Gardens and Demesnes from 1830 (1980), 56,57(illus.), citing Irish Farmer's Gazette (1865), 63 (date indicates authorship of TND rather than Sir Thomas Deane)

Building: ENGLAND, LONDON, STRAND, LAW COURTS
Date: 1866
Nature: Entrant in limited competition.
Refs: New Courts of Justice. Design submitted by Mr T. Newenham Deane (London: Day & Son, 1867);   New Courts of Justice. Report submitted with Mr T. Newenham Deane's design (London, Edward Eyre & William Spottiswoode, 1867);  DB 8, 15 Mar,1 May 1866, 72,119;  IB 10, 15 Aug 1868, 197; 12, 1 Jan 1870, 4;  Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal 30, 1 Apr 1867, 103;  B 24, 28 Apr 1866, 305; 25, 16 Feb 1867, 108; photographic views of exterior and interior exh. RHA 1868, nos. 380,390 (see IB 10, 15 Aug 1868, 197); RIAI council meeting minutes, 8 Jul 1867, 86, record that Deane presented book containing photographs & description of design to RIAI;  Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 376-379(illus.).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MOLESWORTH STREET, NO. 017-18 (FREEMASONS' HALL)
Date: 1866
Nature: TND wins second prize in competition. (Motto: 'Lux').
Refs: Drawings and description in Grand Lodge of Freemasons, Dublin, Masonic Hall with building committee minutes (information from Marion Gaule), see also Tony Browne, 'A Building Study (2008) of the Freemason's Hall', 25, http://irishmasonicjewels.ie/ (last visited Feb 2010); B 24, 24 Feb 1866, 235.

Building: CO. WICKLOW, BRAY, SIDMONTON PLACE, HOUSES (004)
Date: 1866
Nature: Row of 3 houses and a cottage built for Henry Kingsmill, 1866, attr. to TND by O'Dwyer.
Refs: Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 388

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MOLESWORTH STREET, NO. 039-40 (MOLESWORTH HALL)
Date: 1866-67
Nature: New room, for St Ann's Choral Union. Estimated cost of George Carolin's tender, £1515.
Refs: IAA, PKS A03 (Jun 1966, p.94v); IB 9, 15 May 1867, 125; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 389

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, DAWSON STREET, ST ANN'S CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1866-69
Nature: New Lombardo Romasque front; improvements, including apse. Builder: Cockburn. TND also designed new front to 18th c. vicarage, abutting S tower.
Refs: Drawings for adds. & new vicarage in RCB Library, portfolio 13; design for new front exh. RHA 1868, no. 387; IAA, PKS A03 (1867, p.31v); IB 8, 15 Jul 1866, 185; 9, 1 Sep 1867, 221; 10, 15 Aug,15 Oct 1868, 197,252(illus.); Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (1997), 380(illus.),381;  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 469-470,471.

Building: ?, ?, HOUSE
Date: 1867
Nature: For - Anderson. Builder: William Crowe.
Refs: IAA, PKS A03 (Dec 1867, p.44v)

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, ROCHESTOWN HOUSE
Date: 1867
Nature: Alts. for C.W. Wyse (£8,500 or £10,000?). Contractor: Cockburn.
Refs: IAA, PKS A03 (Mar 1867, p.31v); IB 9, 1 Oct 1867, 263; Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland. (London, 1978), 291.

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, KILLOSKEHANE, HOUSE
Date: 1867
Nature: Cost: £3,000. Builder: Henry. For - Carden.
Refs: IAA, PKS A03 (Jun 1867, p.31v)

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, KILLOSKEHANE CASTLE (TEMPLEMORE)
Date: 1867
Nature: Restoration at cost of  £5,000. Also tenant's house, £1,000. For Colonel (later General) Albert Fytch.
Refs: IB 9, 1 Oct 1867, 263; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 389

Building: CO. KERRY, VALENTIA ISLAND, ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH CO. OFFICES & RESIDENCES
Date: 1867
Nature: Being built for Atlantic Telegraph Co. at cost of £4,700. Builder: Ryan & Sons, Limerick.
Refs: IAA, PKS A03 (1867, p.31v); IB 9, 1 Oct 1867, 263 (illus. in property section of Country Life, 24 May 1973)

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, KILCASH, SLIEVENAMON, SHOOTING LODGE
Date: 1867
Nature: New shooting lodge and offices for Marquess of Ormonde. Builder: Michael Broderick, Portlaw. Estimated cost: £3,000.
Refs: IB 9, 1 Oct,15 Dec 1867, 263,327(illus.); Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 388(illus.),389

Building: CO. DUBLIN, CLONSKEAGH, RICHVIEW
Date: 1867
Nature: Works at same. Estimated cost of Cockburn's tender, £8,800.
Refs: IAA, PKS missing account book (old ref A/8, Mar 1867)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, COLLEGE GREEN, NO. 001 (LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE INSURANCE CO.)
Date: 1867
Nature: New. Builder: Cockburn. Cost:£6,300.
Refs: IAA, PKS A03 (Apr 1867, p.57v); IB 9, 1 Oct 1867, 263; 10. 15 Nov 1868, 280(illus.); E. MacDowell Cosgrave & Leonard R. Strangways, Visitors’ Guide to Dublin and Neighbourhoods (Dublin & London, [1907]), 123; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 386

Building: ENGLAND, OXFORD, UNIVERSITY MUSEUM, CLARENDON LABORATORY
Date: 1867-1870
Nature: 2-storey addition to Chemical Department on S. side of front. Clerk of Works: Bramwell. Builder: Symms.
Refs: B 27, 8 May 1869, 366(plan),367,369(illus.); 36, 26 Oct 1878, 1123; IB 12, 1 Jan 1870, 4; 20, 1 Nov 1878, 309; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 390(illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, BACHELOR'S WALK, NO. 003 (R.& J. TURBETT)
Date: 1868
Nature: Remodelled and enlarged. Builder: John Nolan.
Refs: IB 10, 15 Jun 1868, 157

Building: CO. MEATH, TRIM, ST LOMAN'S STREET, CATHEDRAL OF ST PATRICK (CI)
Date: 1868-69
Nature: Renovation and refitting.
Refs: Signed and dated elevations in RCB Library, portfolio 23; Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 514; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 397

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, O'CONNELL STREET UPPER, NO. 040?
Date: 1869
Nature: Quantities prepared for proposed works for Mssrs. Peyton & Tedcastle, bedstead and cabinet makers, in Sackville St. Estimated cost: £896.
Refs: IAA, PKS A03 (Jun 1869, p.31v); Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 407

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, DAME STREET, NO. 046-47 (CROWN LIFE ASSURANCE CO.)
Date: 1869-1871
Nature: New Lombardesque premises . Builder: Cockburn. Cost:£4,000.
Refs: IAA, PKS missing account book, old ref. A/16, Jan 1869, L1 (p.641); IB 13, 1 May 1871, 112(illus.); Architect 9, 4 Jan 1873, 8(illus.); E. MacDowell Cosgrave & Leonard R. Strangways, Visitors’ Guide to Dublin and Neighbourhoods (Dublin & London, [1907]), 123; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 382,384(illus.),386;  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 415-6(illus.).

Building: CO. MAYO, WESTPORT, NEWPORT ROAD, CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY (CI, AUGHAVAL PARISH)
Date: 1869-1872
Nature: New church on site provided by 3rd Marquess of Sligo, replacing church of 1797 on different site.  Completed and consecrated 26 Sep 1872. For 3rd Marquess of Sligo, who provided site and £1200 towards cost of erection. Builder: Butler & Son, Dublin. Stone carving by William Ridge.
Refs: Incomplete set of contract drawings, 1869, in RCB Library, portfolio 26; IB 14, 1 Jan,1 Oct 1872, 1,273; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (1997), 381; [Harry Speight], A Tourist's view of Ireland/by Johnnie Gray [1885], ?;  Caitriona Hastings, 'A History of Holy Trinity Church, Westport', Cathair na Mart: Journal of the Westport Historical Society No. 27 (2009), 5-27(illus.);  xterior and interior illus in Claude Costegalde & Brian Walker, The Church of Ireland: an illustrated history (2013), 266,


Building: ENGLAND, OXFORD, EXAMINATION SCHOOLS
Date: 1869-873
Nature: TND submitted 6 designs (3 in compeititons) but commission went to T.G. Jackson.
Refs: Architect 10, 2 Aug 1873, 56(illus.); RHA 1877, no. 313; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 375

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, DAME STREET, NO. 007- 9 (MUNSTER & LEINSTER BANK)
Date: 1870-74
Nature: Completion of Lombardesque premises originally designed by his father. Work started 1870. Clerk of Works: Thomas Butler. Builder: John Nolan. Carvings by Harrison.
Refs: IAA, PKS B05/25, B06/02; IB 12, 1 Oct,15 Nov 1870, 228,264; 16, 1 Mar,15 Apr 1874, 76,120; Jubilee No. 1909, 8(illus.); B 31, 17 May 1873, 390; Architect 13, 2 Jan 1875, 8(illus.); E. MacDowell Cosgrave & Leonard R. Strangways, Visitors’ Guide to Dublin and Neighbourhoods (Dublin & London, [1907]), 19; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 382;  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 414.

Building: CO. KILDARE, CASTLETOWN
Date: 1871
Nature: Conversion of first floor of stable wing into bachelors' apartments. Attr. to TND by J. Williams & F. O'Dwyer. Fireplaces dated 1871
Refs:

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, O'CONNELL STREET LOWER, NO. 012-13
Date: 1872
Nature: Shops & dwellings, for J.G. Mooney. Dalkey granite & Portland stone. Builder: Meade. Converted into Hibernian Bank, 1878.
Refs: IB 14, 15 Sep 1872, 254,259(illus.); E. MacDowell Cosgrave & Leonard R. Strangways, Visitors’ Guide to Dublin and Neighbourhoods (Dublin & London, [1907]), 19; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 382.

Building: CO. ROSCOMMON, KILRONAN CASTLE
Date: 1872-73
Nature: Alterations, for Col. Edward King Tenison. Builder: Robinson. Dismissed after row with Lady Louisa Tenison re cost (£20,000 instead of estimated £6,000) and water penetration.
Refs: IAA, PKS B05/49, B06/28; letter from JJF to Utred Knox, 26 Dec 1877, in collection of Maj. R.B. Aldridge, Mount Falcon, Co. Mayo

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, WELLINGTON QUAY, NO. 001 (FERRIER, POLLOCK & CO.)
Date: 1873
Nature: New premises. Estimated cost £3,703. Builder: S. Robinson. (Unexecuted? See directories.)
Refs: IAA, PKS B06/13, A06 (May 1873)

Building: ENGLAND, OXFORD, CHRIST CHURCH COLLEGE
Date: 1873
Nature: Entrant in comptition for completion of bell tower. Italianate design.
Refs: Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 375,390

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, COLLEGE GREEN, TRINITY COLLEGE
Date: 1874
Nature: Proposal for reading room connected with library, chemical laboratory, and chambers facing Campanile submitted in limited competition with John McCurdy.
Refs: IB 16, 1 Feb 1874, 32

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PALACE STREET, NO. 006 (MUNSTER & LEINSTER BANK)
Date: 1874
Nature: Completion of premises originally designed by his father. Builder: John Nolan
Refs: IB 12, 1 Oct,15 Nov 1870, 228,264; 16, 1 Mar,15 Apr 1874, 76,120

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, WESTMORELAND STREET, NO. 041 (SCOTTISH WIDOWS' OFFICE)
Date: 1874-75;1879
Nature: Venetian Renaissance style office. Estimated cost of Bolton's tender,. £11,304. Alts, 1879. Estimated cost of Bolton's tender, £3,880.
Refs: IAA, PKS B09/08, A06 (Nov 1874, Nov 1879); IB 17, 1 Aug 1875, 214; 19, 1 Aug 1877, 220,222,223; E. MacDowell Cosgrave & Leonard R. Strangways, Visitors’ Guide to Dublin and Neighbourhoods (Dublin & London, [1907]), 123; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 386.

Building: CO. SLIGO, SLIGO, CLARION ROAD, DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM
Date: 1875-78
Nature: New wing. Estimated cost , £12,452. Cotnractor: Moyers. Proposed recreation rooms in basement of new building. (Wood Martin & Kilgannon say that 2 wings were built at this time.)
Refs: Specification dated 19 Jan 1876 in IAA, 89/11; IAA, PKS B07/26, B08/14, A06 (Aug 1875);  45th Annual Report of Commissioners of Public Works (Ireland) (1876), 39; William Gregory Wood Martin, History of Sligo, county and town, from the earliest ages to the close of the reign of Queen Elizabeth (to the present time) (Dublin, 1882-92), III, 160-163; 45th Report on District, Criminal and Private Lunatic Asylums (1896), 20; Tadhg Kilgannon, Sligo and its surroundings (Sligo, 1926),  145. 

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, BARNE (CLONMEL)
Date: 1875p
Nature: New high-pitched roof with dormers and (unexecuted) billiard room, for Stephen Moore, MP (Moore was MP for Co. Tipperary, 1875-1880)
Refs: 4 signed undated drawings (3 floor plans and 1 section) in the collection of Mr Thompson-Moore, Barne, Co. Tipperary

Building: CO. LAOIS, RATHDOWNEY, MUNSTER BANK
Date: 1876
Nature: New? bank. Estimated cost £1,900.
Refs: IAA, PKS B06a/30, A06 (Aug 1876)

Building: CO. WICKLOW, DUNLAVIN, MUNSTER BANK
Date: 1876
Nature: New? bank. Estimated cost of T. Pemberton's tender, £2,190.
Refs: IAA, PKS B06a/31, A06 (Jul 1876)

Building: CO. KILDARE, NAAS, MUNSTER BANK
Date: 1876
Nature: New bank. Estimated cost:£2,567.
Refs: IAA, PKS B06a/32, A06(Jul 1876)

Building: CO. CORK, BANDON, PROVINCIAL BANK
Date: 1877
Nature: New? Estimated cost: £2,535.
Refs: IAA, PKS B06a/42, A06 (Feb 1877)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, MONKSTOWN, RICHVIEW
Date: 1877
Nature: Alterations for Mrs O'Connor of French Park, Co. Roscommon. Builder: George Tyrrell.
Refs: IB 19, 15 Mar 1877, 78

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, CLOGHEEN, PROVINCIAL BANK
Date: 1877-78
Nature: New? bank. Estimated cost: £2,721.
Refs: IAA, PKS B06a/46, A06 (Mar 1877)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ECHLIN STREET, FLATS (DUBLIN ARTISANS' DWELLINGS CO.)
Date: 1877-78
Nature: 36 flats, for Dublin Artisans' Dwellings Co. Blocks A & C. Cost: £3,733. Contractor: G. Tyrrell.
Refs: IAA, Catalogue of Dublin Artisans' Dwellings Co. Collection, Accs. 0079/026 and 090/035. Appendix 1;  IAA, PKS B06a/37, A06(Jan 1877).

Building: CO. SLIGO, SLIGO, STEPHEN STREET, PROVINCIAL BANK
Date: 1877-79
Nature: New bank. Estimated cost of Clarence's tender, £4,019.
Refs: IAA, PKS B09/09, A06 (Aug 1877); watercolour drawing, signed and dated 1879, in AIB collection; W.G. Wood-Martin, History of Sligo (1882-1892), III, 177-8; T. Kilgannon, Sligo and its Surroundings (1926), 160

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GEORGE'S STREET SOUTH GREAT, SOUTH CITY MARKETS
Date: 1878
Nature: Placed third in competition.
Refs: B 36, 8 Jun 1878, 605

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GREAT WESTERN SQUARE (PHIBSBOROUGH)
Date: 1878
Nature: Design submitted in competition sponsored by Midland Great Western Railway Co. placed third.
Refs: IB 20, 15 Mar 1878, 95

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, COLLEGE GREEN, TRINITY COLLEGE
Date: 1878
Nature: Proposed bridge linking Museum Building and Library. Estimated cost: £2,200. Proposed residential block containing new museum.
Refs: Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 389-90

Building: CO. KERRY, VALENTIA ISLAND, HOUSES (006)
Date: 1878
Nature: Tenders invited for erecting same, for Anglo-American Telegraph Co.
Refs: Irish Times, 23 Jul 1878.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, WESTLAND ROW, RAILWAY STATION (DUBLIN, WICKLOW & WEXFORD RAILWAY)
Date: 1878-1881
Nature: Enlargement. With John Chaloner Smith. Estimated cost of Meade's tender, £16,000.
Refs: Drawing in sketchbook in NLI, cat. no. 7396; IAA, PKS B08/12, B10/31, A06 (Mar 1878);  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 455, whic gives date as 1884.


Building: CO. TIPPERARY, ROSCREA, CHURCH STREET, CHURCH OF ST CRONAN (CI)
Date: 1879-1880
Nature: Restoration: re-pewing, new vestry, new pulpit, under floor heating and new floor tiling. Church reopened, 10 Mar 1880.
Refs: Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 21, no. 243. 1 Jun 1879, 555; 22, no. 9, 28 Feb 1880, 183;  IB 21, 15 Oct 1879, 323; 22, 15 Mar 1880, 87; B 37, ? Oct 1879, 1182

Building: CO. MEATH, SKRYNE, ST COLUMBA'S CHURCH RUINS
Date: 1879-1880
Nature: Conservation of ruin.
Refs: Architect 23, 14 Aug 1880, 104

Building: CO. CLARE, RUAN, CHURCH (OLD)
Date: 1880
Nature: Repairs to ancient church.
Refs: 48th Report of Board of Public Works Ireland (1880), 74

Building: CO. KILKENNY, FERTAGH, ROUND TOWER
Date: 1880
Nature: Repairs.
Refs: 48th Annual Report of Commissioners of Public Works (Ireland) (1880), 74

Building: CO. TIPPERARY, DONAGHMORE, CHURCH
Date: 1883
Nature: Ancient church taken into state care and repaired under supervision of TND.
Refs: W.P. Burke, History of Clonmel (1907), 417

Building: ENGLAND, OXFORD, UNIVERSITY MUSEUM, PITT-RIVERS MUSEUM
Date: 1885-86
Nature: Added to E of University Museum.
Refs: IB 26, 1 Nov 1884, 323; 43, 27 Feb 1901, 643; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 390(illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, RATHMICHAEL, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1891
Nature: Memorial cross in memory of Rev. E.W. Burton. Inlaid rope pattern with carvings of the 6 acts of mercy on both sides of shaft.  Executant: Harrison & Sons, Dublin. TND gave services free.
Refs: IB 33, 1 Dec 1891, 275

Building: CO. DUBLIN, MALAHIDE, MALAHIDE CASTLE
Date: 1896
Nature: Proposed 3-storey, 3-bay square addition at NW corner of castle.  For Richard Wogan Talbot, 2nd Baron Talbot de Malahide. (Unexecuted.)
Refs: Plans, s. & d. 1896, in Talbot Papers, Bodleian Library MS  b 124 (R) (information from Frank Keohane).

Building: CO. ROSCOMMON, ROSCOMMON, ROSCOMMON CASTLE
Date: 1897
Nature: Repairs.
Refs: Architect 58, 29 Oct 1897, 275.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, COLLEGE GREEN, TRINITY COLLEGE, GRADUATES' MEMORIAL BUILDING
Date: 1899
Nature: One of three architects (with R.J. Stirling and Thomas Drew) to submit proposal for same. Drew's design selected.
Refs: Design in TCD, MS MUN/MC/91/; E. McParland, 'The college buildings' in C.H. Holland, ed., Trinity College Dublin and the idea of a university' (1991), 171(illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, RATHMICHAEL, CHURCH (CI)
Date: 1904a
Nature: North aisle, dedicated 1904.
Refs: IB 46, 9 Apr 1904, 222

Building: CO. DERRY, DERRY, CATHEDRAL OF ST COLUMB (CI)
Date: 1910a
Nature: Chapter house dedicated 25 Nov 1910. Plans by TND, carried out by Batchelor & Hicks. Builder: Laverty, Belfast.
Refs: IB 52, 10 Dec 1910, 755

Building: CO. DUBLIN, SANTRY COURT
Date: ?
Nature: Proposed private chapel
Refs: Sketch design in NLI, AD 2459,3427

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PALMERSTON PARK (RATHMINES), NO. 012 & 13
Date: ?
Nature: Attr. to TND by O'Dwyer.
Refs: Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 388

Building: CO. DUBLIN, KILLINEY, COURT-NA-FARRAGA
Date: ?
Nature: Attr. to TND by O'Dwyer.
Refs: Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 388,432,471-2

Building: CO. DUBLIN, BALDONNEL HOUSE
Date: ?
Nature: Attr. to TND by O'Dwyer.
Refs: Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 388

Building: CO. WEXFORD, COURTOWN, MIDDLETOWN HOUSE
Date: ?
Nature: Attr. to TND by O'Dwyer. For Solomon Richards.
Refs: Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 389,473; David Rowe & Eithne Scallan, Houses of Wexford(Ballinakella Press, 2004), no. 701(illus.)

Building: CO. WEXFORD, COURTOWN
Date: ?
Nature: TND 'was probably Lord Courtown's architect on other improvements in the village, including the erection of a row of four cottages (with the characteristic stepped arches and brick dormers) and a covered well in the middle of the main street.'(O'Dwyer)
Refs: Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 472-3

Author Title Date Details
Blau, Eve Ruskinian Gothic: the architecture of Deane and Woodward 1845-1861 1982 Princeton University Press, 1982.
Deane, Thomas Newenham 'On the cathedral of St Canice and other architectural antiquities, Kilkenny, Ireland' 1866 Paper read to RIBA, 12 Feb 1866., published in RIBAJ 16 (1865-66), 85-93; DB 8, 1 Apr 1866, 81. Abstract in Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal 29, 1 Apr 1866, 95-96.
Deane, Thomas Newenham 'On decorative art' 1883 IB 25, 15 Apr 1883, 117. (Abstract of paper read to RDS.)
O'dwyer, Frederick The Architecture of Deane and Woodward 1997 Cork University Press, 1997.