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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.


Summers traveling, Lough Derg, Mrs Austin Boyle, Ennistymon Clare, Cliffs of Moher, Quilty Clare, Glendalough
Sheelah at the bay, Rock of Cashel','picnic on Lough Derg'

Letter from Gay White to Tom.

Letter from Gay White , Lissiniskey, Nenagh dated 13 July 1922. The letter describes Gay experience during the Irish Civil War.

'My dear Tom,
Yours of the 10th to hand. I think since the 29th of June we have had no post here. Dreadful things have happened since I wrote you April 25th. I left Rathurbet April 30th & went to Ballygibbon. On May 15th a body of men took forcible possession of 30 acres of land there. They cut trees down, yet returned. We were left with 9 cows to milk, calves & all sorts of fowl, young & old to feed. Over 90 sheep & lambs to care, all the work of the house to do. Well we did it. The sheep were the great trouble, it was the time for them to be dipped, washed & shorn. They could not be dipped or washed but Betty, Lilla & David sheared all the sheep, but we lost a good many on account of the sheep not being dipped. They got full of maggots. It was dreadful. The cows were easily managed, we all milked them. I got quite good at it I did two night & morning. We just worked all day. On the night of June 14th we had dreadful raid starting about 2.30. The raiders smashed every window & the hall door first. We had collected in one room, they rushed into it. David & Betty were badly beaten by them with their clenched fists. Lilla was not so badly beaten & Poll only got one blow on her face, we were in a dark room most of the time, it was hell. I escaped without a blow. Over & over they held revolvers & shotguns at us & said they would shoot us. They did awful mischief in the house, breaking china & table glass, drank all whiskey & claret. They emptied every drawer out on the floor, Oh such a state - the dirty swine- they left the place in. They stole heaps of things, especially belongings, one thing was my dressing case.'

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.

Papers of George and Toler R. Garvey Senior and Junior, land agents (ex Birr)

Letters and papers of the successive Rosse agents, George and Toler R. Garvey Senior and Junior, in their capacity as agents for other estates, mainly in King's County and Tipperary, 1840-1945.

King's County estates other than the Rosse estate include the Bannon estate at Broughall; the Bennett estate at Thomastown; Malone Barrett estate at Temora; Biddulph estate at Coolinariney; the Drought estate at Whigsboruogh; Hacektt estate of Moore Park, Birr; Kemmis estate at Coolnahely and other areas; King estate at Ballylin; Head estate at Derrylahen; Holmes estate at Moneygall; Mooney estate at The Doon; and the Piggott estate at Shragh.

Outside of King's County, the Garveys represented the Briscoe Eyre estate at Eyrecourt, Co Galway; Galbraith estate at and around Loughrea, Co Galway; Kingscote estate at Newport, Co. Tipperary; Holmes estate at Nenagh Co. Tipperary; Lodwick estate at Lisheen, Co Tipperary; Piggott estate at Dundrum, Co Down and Tincurry , Co Tipperary; Purser estate of Arborhill and Clonmona, Co Tipperary; and the Toler estate at and around Nenagh, Co. Tipperary.

Garvey, George

Photograph of A Scott.

Photographic portrait of A Scott. Printed by Webster and Company at Clonmel and Nenagh, County Tipperary, Ireland.

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.

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