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War Pensions Committee Memoranda Book

War Pensions Committee ms Memoranda Book containing draft and copy letters from R. H. Moore Hon. Secretary of Banagher Local War Pensions Committee. Letters chiefly relate to recommendations for acceptance of pension applications and arrangements for the completion of medical reports on applicants.
Contains also requests by Moore for payment for his work carried out on the committee. Letter of 9th May 1918 records the securing of three rooms in Banagher Technical School for the accommodation of Belgian refugees.

W. Callan arranging for settlement of refugee family

Typewritten letter from Walter Callan, Executive Refugee Committee at Secretary's Office, King's County, regarding arrangements for placement of two families of refugees in Banagher and Ferbane. Letter asks for details from Moore as to how much he Banagher committee had raised in subscriptions 'in order to be able to gauge roughly what charge is likely to fall to central funds'.

Truth, War Special, No. 5

  • IE OCL P103
  • Item
  • 1922

Propaganda newspaper issued by Saorstát Éireann (Issue of 1 August 1922), with the headline ‘The Nation over all’ with articles condemning the actions of anti-treatyites.

Saorstát Éireann

Trench family.

File of photographs of members of the extended Trench family. Family members who's photographs appear in the file include Arthur Henry Chenevix Trench, Blanche Helen Trench, [Herbert] Trench and Charles Reginald Chenevix Trench (Reggie) in his army uniform. He was later killed in action on 21st March 1918.

The file also includes members of the Lloyd-Edwards family who were related to the Trench family through Georgina Sarah Lloyd-Edwards, sister of Benjamin Bloomfield Trench. Photographs of Blanche Enrica Lloyd-Edwards and Georgie [Georgina Sarah] Lloyd Edwards are included in the file.


File of items Theodora Trench saved as souvenirs from her attendance at Maori reception to H.R.H the prince of Wales. The reception was held on 28 April 1920 in the Rotorua Jockey club, Rotorua, New Zealand. The file includes a programme and a ticket from the event; a passenger list from S.S Stella D'italia; itinerary from S.S Stella D'italia; dinner menu and concert programme from S.S Stella D'italia; unused luggage tags; R.M.S 'Tofua' Christmas dinner menu; letters to Benjamin Bloomfield Tranch regarding Thora's lost luggage and insuranc; R.M.S 'Tofua' map of saloon and second class passenger accommodation; Thora's passport; leaflets, maps,
and guide books relating to Australia, Samoa, Canada, New Zealand.

Also contains bundle of leaflets, maps, letters and programmes resulting from Theodora Trench's trip to Scotland; passenger list from S.S Bayono; a leaflet for Edinburgh International Music festival Motor Coach Tours 1847.

Also contains bundle of pamphlets and leaflets from the Gallipoli and Salonika pilgrimage from the 1928 cruise; a leaflet from the St Barnabas pilgrimage to Gallipoli and Salonica 1926; and the Order of Service at Capes Helles memorial to the missing [soldiers].

Theodora Trench diaries

  • IE OCL P131/2/3/3
  • Subseries
  • April 1899-December 1925
  • Part of Loughton Papers

Diaries belonging to Theodora Trench. Theodora's diaries listed in Dr. Malcomson's original outline catalogue are missing. The diaries listed here are diaries discovered subsequent to his original listing.

These diaries offer a glimpse into her time working as a Chauffeuse with the New Zealand Mechanical Transport Voluntary Aid Detachment.

Trench, Theodora Caroline

The Daily Sketch 1916

  • IE OCL P127
  • Fonds
  • 1916

Edition of The Daily Sketch, published in London, 10 May 1916, shortly after the Easter Rising.

The Daily Sketch

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