In 1786 Wilson writes that Bloomfield Lodge was occupied by Mr. Bloomfield. In 1837 Bloomfield was occupied by Edmund Scully, fifth son of James Scully of Kilfeacle and by Edmund's son, Carbery Scully, in 1840 and at the time of Griffith's Valuation. He held the property from Lady Waller and the buildings were valued at £29. George M. Finch was living at Bloomfield, Newport in the 1870s. Bloomfield is still extant.