File of letters sent to Henry Trench between 1853 and 1865.
The majority of the letters within the file concern Henry's son Henry Bloomfield Trench. It appears Henry Bloomfield suffered from an illness which caused fainting and fitting. Much of the letters deal with this issue. Examples include two letters dated from John Congreve regarding Henry Bloomfield Trench fitting and his recovery during his stay with him. The file also includes three letters from J.R Pears, Windlesham regarding a fainting fit that occurred while Henry Bloomfield Trench was away at school. Other letters concerning this issue within this file describe Henry Trench attempts to find a suitable school for his son. Examples of such letters include a letter dated 14 July from F.G Price, Munderfield, Bromyard, England accepting Henry as a pupil.
Typed letter of 20th November 1926 of E. J. Delahunty, Secretary Offaly Joint Committee of Technical Education to R. H. Moore regarding enrolment for classes at Banagher. Letter notes that the small enrolment for Miss O'Mahoney's classes 'raise a very serious question regarding the continuance of the school as a Technical School'. With typed note of 13th December 1926 regarding payment of salaries and bonus by cheque.
Undated handwritten draft address to Dean Monaghan PP from the teachers and pupils of Banagher National School on the occasion of his visit to the school. Address notes, 'the beautiful school in which we at present stand is in itself a lasting testimony of your untiring efforts to secure for us, one of the greatest of earthly blessings, a sound Catholic Education.'