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Letterbook 1911-1912

Routine letters to clients, generally 1 per page. Badly faded and illegible in parts.
Includes letter to Fr. J. Bergin, Philipstown: 'As you are aware a Notice of every Charitable Request has to be published in some newspaper circulating in the District in which the Charity is to be applied - published in 3 successive issues of such newspaper. I had the Notice in this case published in An Claidheamh Soluis, the organ of the Gaelic League which you may have seen. I enclose a copy for reference. The copies of the paper containing the Notice have to be lodged with the Commissioners of Charitable Donations who invariably require some evidence that the paper containing the Notice has some circulation in the District. I know of my own knowledge that the paper does circulate more or less in the District. However, all the evidence the Commissioners require, as you will see from enclosed letter, its a letter from you as parish priest of Philipstown and Clonfert stating that you have seen this notice published. I shall be much obliged if you would kindly write us such a letter.' (7 February 1912)

A, B, D

  • IE OCL P131/2/2/2/1/1
  • File
  • 29 May 1873-27 February 1875
  • Part of Loughton Papers

Letters sent to Benjamin Bloomfield Trench. The letters in the file concern people or topics beginning with the letters A, B or D.

Examples include a copy of an agreement appointing Benjamin as land agent for the Marquess of Bath dated 6 April 1873; a letter from A. Boldero dated 19 October 1872 in which they express their inconsistent feelings about Benjamin working in Carrickmacross and a list of furniture and effects at Essex Castle, Carrickmacross by directions of the executor of the Stewart Trench esq., dated 30 November 1872.

Raheenbeg

Encumbered estates court, rental of the lands of Raheenbeg in the King's County to be sold by the commissioners, at their court

Cure book.

Handwritten book which documents local remedies for illnesses picked up by animals. Examples include Lawrence Kelly's cure for the scab, Mr Dillion’s salve for lambs and recipe for the black leg.

Turnor photograph album.

Photograph album that possibly belonged to Dora Trench. The photograph album mainly consists of photographs of the Turnor family and their friends. Examples of people included in the album are Hatton Turnor, Herbert Turnor, Graham Turnor, The Ladies Mabel and Constance Finch Hatton, Miss Gummen, Mr and Mrs Ponton, Miss Florence Turnor, Fröken Piper and Effie Turnor.

Benjamin Bloomfield, Dora, Sheelah and Theodora Trench.

File of professional photographic portraits of Benjamin Bloomfield, Dora, Sheelah and Theodora Trench. This file includes three copies of a photograph of Dora Turnor and her sister Bertha Turnor. Examples of photographs within the file include portrait of Benjamin Bloomfield Trench and of Dora Trench taken in South Africa, childhood photographs of Dora Turnor, childhood photographs of Sheelah Trench and a photograph of Theodora Trench in her voluntary aid detachment uniform.
Also included in this file are two photographs of a young woman and a child. The young woman in the photos is possibly Dora Trench as indicated by a small note on one of the photos.

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