1830, Subscribers to Robert O’Callaghan Newenham’s (25 years Superintendent Barracks Department of Ireland), Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of Ireland.
Robert O’Callaghan Newenham, Dundanion, Blackrock, Cork (1770-1849), Director and subscriber to Cork Blackrock and Passage Railway. 1850 a bust of him presented to Cork School of Design by Sir Robert Deane
He was active in the Cork Scientific and Literary Society.
Scroll to see subscribers many of those from Cork distinguish themselves for their Civic Spirit:
Newenham Cork Magistrates:
Sir Edward Newenham, Knight, 1766, like the Newenhams of Carrigaline like the Bowens of Doneraile had a reputation for being improving, resident and spending their money locally. Family had extensive property in the South Liberties including Ballyphehane now a local authority estate.
Edward Eyre Newenham, Maryborough, Douglas, 1866 Douglas Petty Sessions, 1870 land Record, 500 acres.
Rev. Edward Henry Newenham (1817-1892), TCD MA,, Coolmore Carrigaline on death of his uncle 1849 Rev. Thomas Newenham, m Lady Helen Adelaide Moore 2nd d 3rd Earl of Mount Cashel, father 1853 of William Thomas Worth Newenham J.P. son of Major Thomas Newenham and mary Anne Hoare d Robert.
John Newenham Esq., Maryborough, Cork, 1827, listed 1838. sitting Passage West, 1835. Ex-Officio Poor Law Commissioner 1839.
John Newenham (Devonsher), 1821, Kilshannig, Fermoy. Abraham Devonsher, the Cork banker and Member of Parliament for Rathcormac, county Cork, died without heirs in 1783 and his estate was inherited by his grand nephew John Newenham, who took the additional name of Devonsher. John Devonsher Newenham married Cornelia Schuyler and had a son Arbraham John Devonsher. Abraham J. Devonsher sold Kilshannig to the Roches when he ran into financial difficulties and at the time of Griffith’s Valuation was resident at Mountain Lodge, Ballyda, Rathcormack. At the time of Griffith’s Valuation Abraham Devonsher held an estate in the parishes of Gortroe, Rathcormack and Carrigtwohill, barony of Barrymore, county Cork. In the 1870s Abraham John Devonshire owned 1,015 acres in county Cork.
Patrick Eyre Newenham, Maryborough, listed 1885-6.
Robert Newenham, 1759, Tide Surveyor, Cork, Subscriber of 1766 ‘The History of the Irish Rebellion’, Cork, 1766.
Rev. Thomas Newenham -1849), 1823, Kilworth. 1824 Pigott. On his death the family estates at Coolmore, Carrigaline devolved to his nephew Rev. Edward Newenham.
William Newenham, 1728. Name appears as trustee projected Limerick to Cork road 1731.
William Worth Newenham, 1794, Coolmore, Carrigaline, Listed supporter of Act of Union, 1799. 1783 William Worth Newenham Esq. and Edward Mullins 1791 churchwarden Carrigaline with Robert Baldwin. 1831 as William H., may be the person who did a census in 1807 with the co-operation of the Catholic Bishop, Dr. McCarthy. Complaint about violence and molestation in running of 1835 election.
William Henry Bert, listed 1838
William Henry Worth Newenham, Coolmore, Carrigaline, Attending 11 Grand Jury presentments. Ex-Officio Poor Law Commissioners 1839.
William Thomas Worth Newenham, Coolmore, Carrigaline, 1908
William Henry Newenham, 1877, Maryborough, Douglas, Resident, £321
William Thomas Worth Newenham, 1881, Coolmore, Carrigaline, son of Rev. Edward Henry Newenham J.P., Coolmore, Carrigaline and Lady Helen Adelaide Moore 2nd d 3rd Earl of Mount Cashel, m 1888, Lillian Maud, odo, Hatton Ronayne O’Kearney, Lochier, Cork.
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