Trench, Theodora Caroline

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Trench, Theodora Caroline

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1891-1973

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Theodora Trench was the daughter of Benjamin Bloomfield Trench and his wife, Dora, and was born on 17 July 1891. She served as part of the British Red Cross from 1917-1919 and as a chauffeuse with the New Zealand Mechanical Trans. Weybridge. She travelled extensively throughout her life visit places such as Samoa, India, Palestine, and the Rocky Mountains. She never married and spent her later years living at Loughton House.

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Loughton House
Shinrone, County Offaly
New Zealand

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Trench, Benjamin Bloomfield (1846-1926)

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Trench, Benjamin Bloomfield is the parent of Trench, Theodora Caroline

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Trench, Dora (1858-1899)

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Trench, Dora is the parent of Trench, Theodora Caroline

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Lefroy, Sheelah Georgiana Bertha (1890-1972)

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Lefroy, Sheelah Georgiana Bertha is the sibling of Trench, Theodora Caroline

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