In the 1870s Marcus Anthony Levinge of Carnagh, Kiltoom, Athlone, county Roscommon and Enniscoffey House, Miltownpass, county Westmeath, owned 794 acres in county Roscommon and smaller acreages in counties Westmeath and Meath. He may have bought some of his county Roscommon lands from the sale of the Smyth estate in 1860. His county Roscommon estate was in the parishes of Kiltoom and St. Johns, barony of Athlone. By the early 20th century he was residing at New Park.
- Local History File - New Park; Roscommon County Library
- New Park photos. 060/089; Irish Architectural Archive
- Documents relating to the Levinge family of Mullingar, including correspondence and estate papers, 1750 - 1909. Levinge Papers, Ms. 8731 ; National Library of Ireland
Contemporary printed sources
- HUSSEY DE BURGH, U. H. ''The Landowners of Ireland. An alphabetical list of the owners of estates of 500 acres or £500 valuation and upwards in Ireland''. Dublin: Hodges, Foster and Figgis, 1878. [available online at www.askaboutireland.ie] : 270
- PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS. ''Return of owners of land of one acre and upwards, in the several counties .... in Ireland''. HC 1876, LXXX: 317
- PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS. ''Return of Untenanted Lands in Rural Districts, Distinguishing Demesnes on Which There is a Mansion...'', HC 1906, c, 177: 373-374
Modern printed sources
- MOSLEY, Charles (ed). ''Burke's Peerage and Baronetage''. Crans, Switzerland: Burke's Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 1999: II, 1694-1696
- NATIONAL LIBRARY OF IRELAND. Reports on Private Collections: National Library Report on Private Collections, No. 301: Report on the Levinge Papers (from 1627), formerly at Violetstown, Mullingar, now in the National Library of Ireland, relating to the Levinge family and to lands in Co. Westmeath, Longford and Cork.