Thomas White Manning

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     Yvonne Deegan

    I am looking for the ancestors of Thomas White Manning (about 1802 – 1856). He was a Clerk of Petty Sessions in Rathdrum Co Wicklow and petitioned for better conditions for the Clerks. He married Martha Susanna Henry in Rathdrum in 1833. Her death notice in the Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier reads, “22 March 1856. Death. On 2 Inst. at James’s Park, Rathdrum, Martha Susanna, wife of Thomas White Manning, youngest daughter of the late Henry Rowley Henry, Solicitor, Dublin, and grand-daughter of the late Rev. Robert Henry, Vicar of Rathkenny.” His Will  record in the Calendar of Wills reads, “MANNING,Thomas White  24 July 1858. The Will of Thomas White Manning of James-park Rathdrum in the county of Wicklow Gentleman who died 12 May 1858 at James-park aforesaid was proved by oath of Archibald Manning of Ovoca in the county of Wicklow Gentleman one of his executors. Effects under £200.” They had a son, also Thomas White Manning, who became a Church of Ireland Clergyman and married into the Mannings of Rathdrum family but I cannot fit Thomas White the elder into this very large family.


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