Frederick Trench, 3rd Baron Ashtown
At the age of twelve, he became the 3rd Baron Ashtown and inherited a vast estate and reputedly over a million pounds. Some of Lord Ashtown's County Galway estate was located in Killimordaly, County Galway. According to valuation records he was landlord for the following townlands: Caraunbeg, Caraunmore, Creevagh, Dooghloon, Gortnaboha and Island.
He was educated at Eton College.
He was a hard-line Unionist; in 1906-10 he edited a monthly publication, Grievences from Ireland, which denounced all political expressions of Irish nationalism as treasonable.
He was elected a representative peer in 1908. He died in 1946.
- Kieran Jordan (ed.), Kiltullagh Killimordaly As the Centuries Passed: A History from 1500-1900, Kiltullagh/Killimordaly Historical Society (2000), ISBN 0-9538684-0-0
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