- IE OCL P131/2/2/2/2/6
- 29 January 1898-24 December 1900
Part of Loughton Papers
File of business, administrative and personal letters sent to Benjamin Bloomfield Trench.
A large portion of the file concerns Benjamin's interest in horses. Examples of letters dealing with this include a letter dated 23 February 1898 from R. Turnbull, London and North Western Railway, Euston station, London regarding a mare leaving Dublin and traveling to the United Kingdom.
Examples of other letters in the file include an 1898 letter from William Thomas Trench regarding finding a place for a pensioner who is a former police officer; a letter dated 4 April 1898 from Mark King, 16 Seymour Place, Fulham Road,regarding building work; a letter dated 14 December 1900 from A.C Marriott, 12 Werrington street thanking Benjamin for his kindness and three letters from Lady Georgiana Bloomfield regarding a portrait.
File of letters sent to Benjamin Bloomfield Trench upon the death of his wife Dora Trench. The majority of the letters are from Dora's sister Bertha Turnor. Letters of condolence were also sent by K. T Humphreys, The Glebe, Ballynaclough, Nenagh; John H. Montagu, 34. Queen's Gardens, Hyde Park, London, England; Mr Eccles, 37. Buckingham Palace Mansions, London, England; G. Bloomfield, Bloomfield, England; Halton Turnor, Toronto, Canada; and Anna Atkinson, Cangort, Shinrone, Offaly.