Ikerrin (Bar.)

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10 Archival description results for Ikerrin (Bar.)

Amalgamation

File relating to an attempt to amalgamate Borrisnafarney parish with Aghnameadle parish in 1912. Contained within the file are five letters and copies of the letters from Benjamin Bloomfield Trench to the secretary of the Representative Church Body, Anthony Maude, 52 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin. The file also contains numerous documents which raise objections to the union of the parishes, such as two copies of a memo listing reasons why Borrisnafarney refuses to support the union and a memo which states that the main objection to union was the financial difficulty that may result from it. Pamphlet from 'The annual meeting of the Diocesan Synod Killaloe and Kilfenora. Also includes Borrisnafarney parish and Dunkerrin Parish Minutes of Borrisnafarney select vestry meeting 28 July 1915.

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

Dora's church burial plot.

  • IE OCL P131/4/3/6
  • File
  • October 1899- 31 January 1901
  • Part of Loughton Papers

File relating to Dora Trench's burial arrangements.
Included in this file re a Letter from members of the select vestry parishioners of Borrisnafarney thanking Dora for her donation of £100 to the sustentation fund, and assigning Benjamin Bloomfield Trench a family burial plot.
Also included are a letter from Mr Dobbs regarding Dora's lead memorial panel and a photograph of the panel.

Loughane and Finglass

In the court of the commissioners for sale of encumbered estates in Ireland. Rental of parts of the lands of Corville, and its subdenomination, Scart; Cloneen, called Sheehys; and Tullaskeagh; in the county of Tipperary and also the lands of Loughane and Finglass in the King's county.

Photographs of Loughton house and estate.

Photographs and negatives taken of Loughton house and the surrounding estate. The majority of the photographs are of the exterior of the house and of horses kept in Loughton. The file includes one negative of the interior, photographs of Theodora Trench, Sheelah Lefroy and Langlois Massy Lefroy playing and walking dogs, work being carried out on the estate and a negative of Benjamin Bloomfield Trench on a horse. The file includes a Christmas card from Buffy [?] sent to Theodora containing a photograph taken in Loughton of Theodora and an unidentified young boy.
Also included in the file are six glass plate negatives which show the interior of Borrisnafarney Church, a hunt gathered outside Loughton House and two unknown ladies walking their dogs.

Proposed burial plot for Benjamin Bloomfield Trench.

File relating to Benjamin Bloomfield Trench's burial arrangements.
Examples of items contained within this file are a letter from Leonard Howell enclosing scale drawing of the and a plan of part of Borrisnafarney Church Yard Showing plot proposed to be assigned to B. B. Trench.

Records of Roscrea Rural District No: 2

  • IE OCL RRDC33
  • Fonds
  • 1899 - 1917

6 Minute Books -
RRDC33/1/1: April 1899 - February 1901
RRDC33/1/2: March 1901 - May 1905
RRDC33/1/3: June 1905 - February 1908
RRDC33/1/4: March 1908 - January 1911
RRDC33/1/5: January 1911 - November 1913
RRDC33/1/6: December 1913 - March 1917

1 List of Meeting dates -
RRDC33/1/7: taken from RRDC33/1/1-6 Minute Books.

1 Printed Material item -
RRDC33/2: 1898. Featuring a 'Local Government (1) Act, 1898. Adjustments. Portion of the Poor Law Union of Roscrea situated in the King's Co. Order made... adjusting certain balances shown in the final account of the Guardians... before the Local Government (Ireland) Act, 1898, came into operation'.

1 Printed Material Poster -
RRDC33/3: 22 October 1911. Featuring a 'list of applications made by notice of motion for new works or involving new contracts for the quarter ended 31 September 1911, etc.'

1 Printed Material Notice -
RRDC33/4: 31 October 1912. Featuring a 'notice... to receive tenders... for works, 31 October, 1912'.

Roscrea Rural District Council

Repairs

  • IE OCL P131/4/3/7
  • File
  • 21 August 1905-16 August 1907
  • Part of Loughton Papers

The majority of the documents in this file concern the 1906-1907 improvements made to Borrisnafarney church. Examples of such records include a letter from Reverand John D Morrow, Rathenny Cottage, Cloughjordan, to Benjamin Bloomfield Trench regarding painting the church a new baptismal font, a new church window and new pews; specifications for alterations to be carried out in the existing church. Also included in the file is a letter from Benjamin Bloomfield Trench, 41 Onslow square, London regarding his hesitations over church improvements, he believes the congregation should have a say and therefore wants to hold a secret ballot. This is followed by a letter from The Rt Rev. Mervyn Archdall, Clarisford, Killaloe, Co. Carlow which states that according to religious law such a ballot would be illegal and therefore would not be honored. The file also covers topics such as sourcing and dedicating stain glass, raising financial funds and design plans.
The file also deal with other repairs the church required. Examples include an estimate from for supplying and fixing new boiler and case Musgrave & company ltd., Belfast, Northern Ireland .A letter from H. Sibthrope & son limited, 33 Molesworth Street, Dublin regarding repairs to the church sent to the Reverand G.A Earle, The Rectory, Dunkerrin, Roscrea.

Trench, Benjamin Bloomfield

Workhouse accounts

Two volumes March 1857- September 1870 and 25 March 1871-29 September 1878, of workhouse accounts for the Borrisokane, Kildysart, Nenagh, Parsonstown, and Roscrea Poor Law Unions.

The account books were put together and kept by Henry Trench due to his involvement with the Poor Law Unions.