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1872-1876.

  • IE OCL P131/2/2/1/2
  • File
  • 2 January 1872- December 1876
  • Part of Loughton Papers

Letters sent to and sent from Henry Trench, Cangort Park, Roscrea, Tipperary between 1872 and 1876. The letters within this file deal with personal, community and financial issues.

Examples of personal letters include a letter dated 14 August 1873 which arranges for turf to be sent to Loughton for turf Lord Bloomfield's visit; a letter dated 5 July 1873 from Mr. Taylor regarding Mrs. Francis Hastings Toone's will and a letter from John Harden dated 5 August 1873 in regards to staying at Cangort.

Community issues are also present throughout the letters within the file. Examples of such letters include a letter from J.W Waller, Belfield, Shinrone, King's County in which he writes about Shannon drainage; a letter from Mr Bard, Shinrone regarding admitting Mrs St Ledger to the poorhouse and a five copies of a letter from 1875 from Henry Trench, Cangort Park, Roscrea to W.R. Le Fanu, Commissioner of public work regarding the river Shannon and a memorandum from Henry Trench to W. Harden.

The file also deals with financial issues. Examples include a 1876 a letter from the Grattan monument committee stating that Henry did not pay his subscription and a letter dated 4 January 1876 from Theo Ryan, 7 Leeson Park, Dublin asking for rent

Circular - Establishment of Parish Councils

Printed circular C. L. 80/40 from Department of Local Government and Public Health regarding progress on the establishment of Parish Councils in relation to other bodies such as the Security Forces and the Red Cross.

Commission of the Peace for William Thomas Trench

  • IE OCL P23
  • Fonds
  • 1882

Deed appointing William Thomas Trench, of Loughton, Moneygall, King's County, a commissioner of the peace. Signed by R. W. A Holmes, Clerk of the Crown and Hanaper.

Trench, William Thomas

Grand Jury Presentments Lent Assizes 1899

  • IE OH OHS82
  • Collection
  • 1899

Two volumes, containing abstracts of presentments granted and queries respited and discharged at the Lent Assizes, 28 February to 8 March 1899, the final meeting of the Grand Jury for the discharge of fiscal business, the county councils having been established under the Local Government Act of 1898. One volume with fine leather binding contains a full colour county council map, backed on linen, showing the county electoral divisions, district electoral divisions, the rural and urban districts and union boundaries.

Second volume is a poor copy of first, without map.

King's County Grand Jury

Grand Jury Presentments Summer Assizes 1893

  • IE OH OHS53
  • Item
  • 1893

Bound volume containing book stamp of the Grand Jury Secretary's Office, Parsonstown (Birr), containing an abstract of presentments granted and queries respited and discharged at the Summer Assizes, 1893. Thomas Mitchell of Birr is listed as the grand jury's secretary.

King's County Grand Jury

J. F. Mahon - food and turf production

Memoranda from J. F. Mahon, Secretary's Office Tullamore to the Secretary of each Parish Council requesting details on the number of labourers in the district who desire to cultivate allotments. With letter from T. J. Kelly to the Secretary of each Parish Council regarding proposed strategies increasing turf production.

Letterbook 1927

Copies of approximately 1000 outgoing letters, averaging 1 per page. Good legibility.
Includes letter to the Ministry of Finance, Dublin: 'Dail Eireann 1919-1920. James O'Brien, Walsh Island, Geashill £5, Thomas Wyer Ballykeane, Geashill £5, Patrick Foy, Tubberdaly, Edenderry £1. The above subscribers have asked me to write to you with reference to their subscription to the above. Please let me know when paying orders will be issued.' (27 May 1927)

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