1894 Apr 23 Born Dublin. He was born Thomas Henry, and in fact is on RIC Roll as Thomas Henry, but joined army as "R Harry Trenaman" His family tree on Ancestry says "Thomas Henry (Rene) Trenaman"
1901 census in Dublin
1911 census in Dublin
1916 Feb 18. Commissioned 2nd Lt
1917 Aug 18. Promoted Lt
1920 Oct 18. Joined ADRIC with service no 772. Posted to A Coy (by implication as Section Leader)
1920 Oct 29. Reverts to T/Cadet
1920 Nov 21 Wounded in Mount St, Dublin along with GE Lissenden. Bloody Sunday
1921 Feb 1 Promoted Section Leader
1921 sep 27 To Belturbet ??? (I cannot read the word after Belturbet - B Coy were at Belturbet at this time)
1921 Oct 7. Reverts to T/Cadet
1922 Jan 27 Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC
1922 Mar. Injunction to stop him leaving Ireland. The right man - MIC address is the same.
1942 Apr 24 Died in London
The family is buried at Mt Jerome in Dublin
No.6907 "Thy will be done" | In Everlasting Remembrance | of | AMELIA (MILLIE) TRENAMAN | A devoted wife and mother | died 18th August 1938 | Also her loving children | CHARLIE, aged 6Â½ years | NELLIE, aged 13Â½ years | DORRIS, aged 1 month | "Sleep in peace beloved ones | forever with the Lord" | HARRY, 24th April 1942, in London | and our beloved Dad | THOMAS HENRY TRENAMAN | 27th May 1942 | "All at Rest" (the last name is his father)