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Benjamin Bloomfield Trench.

Benjamin Bloomfield Trench's school report from December 1857 to July 1858. The report lists the subject Benjamin took and also listed his grades.
Two copies of a newspaper article which appeared in 'The Sporting Life' on 6 May 1888, discussing Benjamin Bloomfield Trench's accomplishment of walking 100 miles in twenty-five hours.
Accident certificate issued by Dr Andrews. The certificate states that he attended to Benjamin Bloomfield Trench after a fall on board the R.M.S Doune Castle.
Passage written by Benjamin Bloomfield Trench on the topic of death: 'Fate was bringing death. We were guarding. We were fortifying the city. The enemies were fleeing. The giants were throwing darts. They were concealing the treasures. The physicians were healing. The clouds were covering the moon. I will lead you. I will speak to you I will remain within. You will fare well.'
Copy of 'A lecture on the history of the church of St. Mary of Ottery' delivered at the Church Institute on the 4th March 1897 by the Rev. F.B Dickinson, MA.
Army and Navy Cooperative Society Shareholder's ticket.
Catalogue of Antique and Modern furniture.
2 newspaper obituaries of Prebendary Webb Peploe.

Trench, Benjamin Bloomfield

Benjamin Bloomfield Trench and Dora Turnor's marriage settlement.

File of records created in order to secure the marriage of Benjamin Bloomfield Trench and Dora Turnor. The majority of the documents are from Weston & Sons 35, Essex street strand, London who acted as Benjamin's solicitors.

The file includes proposals for the marriage settlement, terms of settlement to be executed on the marriage of Benjamin Bloomfield. Trench and Dora Turnor from , a copy of the epitome of Mr & Mrs Benjamin Bloomfield Trench's marriage settlement and a copy of the costs owed to Weston & Sons.

Trench, Benjamin Bloomfield

Benjamin Bloomfield Trench correspondence.

Letters sent to Benjamin Bloomfield Trench between 1864 and 1919.

The letters in this series cover a wide variety of topics. During this time period Benjamin forged a career and created a family. The letters reflect this and as such cover personal issues such as his the death of his wife and business issues such as time working in South Africa.

Trench, Benjamin Bloomfield

Borrisnafarney/ Loughton Church

  • IE OCL P131/4/3
  • Subseries
  • 15 January 1873-November 1911
  • Part of Loughton Papers

Files relating to Borrisnafarney Church which was built in 1829 with funding from Thomas Ryder Pepper. This subseries deals with church funding, repairs and an attempt to join Borrisnafarney with Aghnameadle.

Trench, Benjamin Bloomfield

Catalogues, inventories and financial records.

This file contains material relating to financial and legal matters.

Examples of records include bank records kept by Theodora Trench and Sheelah Lefroy., valuations and inventories of belongings of the Trench family used for insurance and inheritance purposes and records created in order to secure the marriage of Benjamin Bloomfield Trench and Dora Turnor.

Trench, Theodora Caroline


  • IE OCL P131/2/2
  • Subseries
  • 3 September 1853-14 March 1960
  • Part of Loughton Papers

This subseries contains correspondence belonging to Henry Trench, Benjamin Bloomfield Trench, Dora Trench (née Turnor), Theodora Trench and the extended Trench family. The subseries contains letters sent by Sheelah Trench to Theodora Trench; letters sent to Sheelah have been placed with series 8 along with letters concerning her husband Langlois Lefroy.

The letters within this series cover a wide variety of topics and events. Dora Trench and her daughter Theodora cover mainly personal events of significance such as their travelling and family milestones. Theodora's letters also briefly cover her experience as an ambulance driver during the First World War with the Voluntary Aid Detachment. Benjamin Bloomfield Trench's and Henry Trench's letters concern mostly business topics such as rent collection and trespassing. However they too occasionally touch upon personal topics such as the death of Dora Trench.

Trench, Henry

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