Offaly (King's)

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  • King's County reverted to County Offaly in 1920.

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Equivalent terms

Offaly (King's)

  • UF County Offaly
  • UF Co. Offaly
  • UF Uibh Fhaili
  • UF King's County

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Offaly (King's)

1603 Archival description results for Offaly (King's)

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Records of Daingean Town Hall Committee

  • IE OCL P2
  • Fonds
  • 1915-1975

Minute books and general accounts books of Daingean Town Hall Committee between 1915 and 1975 with a gap for the years 1951-1952. Daingean's town hall was formerly the courthouse built c.1807 and situated on the main square in Daingean. Early entries for the years 1915-1937 contain accounts such as 'Young Men's Hall' and 'General Hall' accounts. Includes details of expenditure on items such as a billiard table (£1 15 0) and a piano (£7 7 0). General hall accounts included details of monies received from local football club, agricultural shows and dances. Minutes of meetings commence in 1938 and are signed by Rev. P. Kavanagh, Rev. J. G. Moran and Rev. E. J. Kinsella.

Daingean Town Hall Committee

Loughton Papers

  • IE OCL P131
  • Fonds
  • 1798 - 1976

The Loughton papers are comprised of the records of the successive owners of Loughton, Moneygall, Co. Offaly and of other properties in the surrounding area including one in Co. Tipperary. The families documented within the fonds are the Bloomfields, the Trenches and the Atkinsons. The fonds mainly consists of documents originating from Benjamin Bloomfield Trench, his wife Dora Trench (neé Turnor) and their daughter Theodora Trench. The material dates from 1798 until the 1970s.

Trench, Henry

Sheelah and Langlois Massy Lefroy's honeymoon.

Photographs taken during Sheelah and Langlois Massy Lefroy's honeymoon trip to Loughton, King's County and Carriglas Manor, Longford. The photographs show the couple enjoying walks and a 'céad míle fáilte' sign welcoming the couple.

Photographs of Loughton house and estate.

Photographs and negatives taken of Loughton house and the surrounding estate. The majority of the photographs are of the exterior of the house and of horses kept in Loughton. The file includes one negative of the interior, photographs of Theodora Trench, Sheelah Lefroy and Langlois Massy Lefroy playing and walking dogs, work being carried out on the estate and a negative of Benjamin Bloomfield Trench on a horse. The file includes a Christmas card from Buffy [?] sent to Theodora containing a photograph taken in Loughton of Theodora and an unidentified young boy.
Also included in the file are six glass plate negatives which show the interior of Borrisnafarney Church, a hunt gathered outside Loughton House and two unknown ladies walking their dogs.

Loughton estate and household accounts.

This series contains records relating to Loughton household and estate accounts.

Examples of records include workmen's time books, personal account books and household accounts.

Trench, Benjamin Bloomfield

Land Commission.

File of documents relating to the land commission.

Included in this file are two copies of Court of the Irish land commission land act 1923 and a schedule of areas for Townlands, Ballinlough, Clynoe and Moneygall.

Loughton drainage and sanitation.

  • IE OCL P131/4/2/2
  • Item
  • 2 February 1896-25 May 1916
  • Part of Loughton Papers

File of plans showing the drainage and sanitation of Loughton House.

Included in the file are items such as a plan showing drainage system drawn up by The London Sanitary Protection Association, 4 Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster, London and a sanitary report of Loughton dated 25 May 1916.

Loughton letters.

  • IE OCL P131/4/2/5
  • File
  • 24 April 1897-13 December 1905
  • Part of Loughton Papers

File of letters relating to Loughton House.

Examples of letters include a letter from the Irish Agricultural Organisation Society to Benjamin Bloomfield Trench dated 20 November 1900
'Dear Sir,
Your letter of 16th inst. received, and I send you herewith for your information some copies of audited balnce sheets of Co-operative Dairy Societies which I hope will be useful to you. I hope the project of starting a co-operative Creamery for MoneyGall may prove successful. We shall be glad at any time to give you any information or advice in our power.'

Also included is a letter from James Guilfoyle, John Murphy, and John Healy dated 25 November 1895
'Sir,
We the undersigned having had the misfortune of being found trespassing on part of your property known as the lands of Clinoe with dogs in our possession on the 20th inst by Mr George [Frend] of Silver Hills, and for which we tender an apology to your honor and by to assure you that it being our first time in trespassing on your property that during our natural life we shall never attempt to repeat such an act. By hoping that this apology will satisfy your honour and again we say that we [resoundingly] report what we have done. With profound respect we beg to remain yours honour's most obedient servants.'

Trench, Benjamin Bloomfield

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