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Declan Tracey (b.c. 1791 d. 1865)

Patrick Tracy (b.c. 1814 d.1885), rev, curate Ballybrickan 1840, 1846 Butlerstown 1845, Trinity Without 1844, 1849 & 1851 (all around Waterford City) Modeligo 1851 (west Waterford) Tallow 1853, Kilrosenty 1856, 1858, 1861, 1865, 1866, 1867

John Tracy, student of the Irish College Rome 1843, CC, rev, Cahir to Ardmore 1853, left 1858, CC Clogheen, Tipperary? 1858, Carrick-on-Suir (Tipperary) 1861, 1865 or Cappoquin 1865, Tallow 1866, 1867, 1868

Thomas Treacy, rev, CC Cahir to Portlaw 1853, d.1872

Bridget Tracey entered convent 1840

Ellen Mary Tracy (d. between 1867 and 1871) married Alderman Andrew Ryan, of Waterford

Margaret Tracy married William Condon Piltown 1868

Margaret Tracy, single, (d. of Dalan [Declan?] Tracy) m. William Condon, single, (s. of Patrick Condon) 25 Jan 1868 Piltown, Co. Waterford, Ireland

Anne Tracy d. 24 October 1873 at Piltown, Youghal

DAUGHTER married 1859

DAUGHTER married Jeremiah O'Brien, Ballimacart, Dungarvan, their daughter entered convent 1860

Michael Gerard Tracy m. Teresa Mary Fitzgerald (d. of late Maurice Fitzgerald Esq., Rockview, Cloyne, County Cork) April 1887

Matthew Lewis Tracy (born c. 1829 d. 1862?)

          Kings Inns Admission Papers 1607-1867

Tracy, Matthew Lewis, s. of Declan, Piltown, Youghal, Co. Cork; under 26; aft. Maurice, brother. H 1855.

Nov 15 1862 Medical Times and Gazette

Tracey.— October 27, at Piltown, Ireland, Mr. Matthew Tracey, Medical Student. He had completed his studies, and was on the eve of going up for his examination for the Diploma of the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland.

Declan Tracy (b.c. 1829 d. 1885)

Maurice Charles Tracy (b.c. 1837 d. 1873), Army Medical Staff, youngest son of Declan Tracy, Esq, Piltown, County Waterford, to Mary, eldest daughter of Charles Honsley, Esq, surgeon, Port Elizabeth, May 12 1863 at St. Augustine's Catholic Church, Port Elizabeth, Algoa Bay, Cape of Good Hope

Tracy and Howard - August 12 1868, at St Johns PQ...Maurice Charles Frederick Tracy, Staff Assistant Surgeon, son of the late Declan Tracy, Esq of Pilltown House, Waterford to Cherrie Elizabeth Mary, daughter of Henry Howard Esq MD of St Johns and granddaughter of the late Rice? Meredith Esq of Riary? Vally, Queen's County.

17 Aug 1868 BL

Tracy and Howard - August 12 1868, at St Johns P.Q. Duddin? ...Maurice Charles Frederick Tracy, Staff Assistant Surgeon, son of the late Declan Tracy, Esq of Pilltown House, Waterford to Cherrie Elizabeth Mary, daughter of Henry Howard Esq MD of St Johns and granddaughter of the late Rice Meredith Esq of Reary Valley, Queen's County.

17 August 1868 Cork Examiner

Cherry Elizabeth Mary Howard was born circa 1841. She married Maurice Charles Frederick Tracy on 15 August 1868 in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Québec.

http://irish-merediths.com/g0/p73.htm#i3645

 

 

1861 census shows the family living in Montreal, at 132 Craig St. It shows the parents and 8 children  and states that all family members are accounted for. Age is shown as that of “next birthday”.

The census was taken on Sunday, 13/1/1861.

Henry [Howard] – surgeon, b. in Ireland, Catholic, 46 (“personal estate”, $2,500)

Charlotte – wife, b. in Ireland, Anglican, 45

Cherrie – dau., b. in Ireland, Anglican, 20

Other mentions:

1868 - Cherrie Eliz. Mary = Dr. Charles Frederick Tracy at St John’s, P.Q. on 15/8/1868. Tracy is a “Staff Assistant Surgeon”, son of Deacon Tracy of Pievelltown (?) House, Waterford.(source for marriage: Cork Examiner, 17/8/1868, page 4)

Other mentions of Tracy: (seen by Madeleine Égré-Howard on a Waterford site)

1858 – Dublin Hospital Gazette. Maurice Charles Frederick, of Pilltown, County Waterford, appears on “a list ( of the Royal College of Surgeons) of gentlemen who obtained the diploma in the previous year”. (another source states it was awarded in 1858)

1859 - A Maurice Tracey (sic) was appointed to Canterbury Station , Army Medical Dept., Cape of Good Hope.

1863 – Maurice Tracey (sic), who was commissioned on 20th April, 1859, was named Ass’t Surgeon , staff, 21st Foot (?)

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Declan Tracy, Date of Death 29 Mar 1867, aged 76 years, Piltown Clashmore, married, farmer, informant Declan Tracy

Declan Treacy; 75; Piltown Youghal COR IRL; Cork Examiner; 1865-4-8; dja

Declan Treacy; Piltown Youghal COR IRL; Cork Examiner; 1865-4-3; dja

Declan Tracy, Date of Death 02 Oct 1885, aged about 56 years, Piltown Clashmore, bachelor, farmer.

James Tracey, Date of Death 03 Apr 1911, 71 years, Ballycurrane Kinsalebeg Ardmore, farmer, widower, son-in-law Michael Barron.

Patrick Tracy, Date of Death 06 Jun 1864, 33 years, Shanacoole Clashmore, farmer, bachelor, brother Roger Tracy.

Patrick Tracy, Date of Death 29 Nov 1885, 71 years, Piltown Clashmore, RC priest, bachelor.

 

Name: Tracy, Bridget

Inscription: Erected by Declan Tracy in memory of his wife Bridget Tracy who departed this life February 21, 1876, aged 29 years. R.I.P. Amen.

Graveyard: Clashmore

Source: The Irish Genealogist Vol.2 No.8 1950

 

 

 

 

[1819] October 25, 1854 (FJ) Incumbered Estates

In the Matter of John Walsh and Thomas Lalor v. the Estate of Anne Power, continued in the name of Edmond Power...lands of Scartlea, Upper Third, Waterford; Richardstown, Iffa and Offa East, Tipperary...Judgement obtained by Deaglin Treacy, in the Court of Queen's Bench, as of Easter Term, 1819, against Richard Power, jun, for the penal sum of £500.

 

23 May 1828 An Act for the Erection of a Bridge across the River Blackwater [at Youghal]

County of Waterford, Kinsalabeg or Clashmore, Charles Edward Kennedy Esq, owner, Declan Tracy [x 2], occupier

 

1823 Tithe Valuation of Ireland

Deglan Treacy, Bishops-Grove, Ardmore, Waterford, 29th January 1827, Charles E. Kennedy Esq, 92 & 100 acres first quality land [written in: OS 37 Garranaaspick 185, Wm Anderson Esq]

Deighlin Tracey, Pilltown, Kinsalebeg, Waterford, 1833, 20 & 70 & 40 & 14 & 10 acres (Total 154a/1r19p),

Deighlin Tracey, Kilgabriel, Kinsalebeg, Waterford, 1833, 42 acres

 

1836 (582) Tithe suits (Ireland.)

26 May 1835

Rev. John Burke Wallace, plaintiff, Deglan Treacy, defendant [Declan?]

Hon and Rev. George Theobald Burke, plaintiff, Teglan [Declan?] Treacy defendant

 

11 January 1839 (FJ) O'Connell

Clashmore and Kinsale Beg, county of Waterford...Declan Tracy, Esq...

 

Thomas Tracy, Waterford – matriculated 11/9/1837 (Students of Maynooth)

Royal College of Maynooth

Thomas Tracey, 25 years, appointed by Right Rev. Dr. Foran his ordinary, entered 1837 for 7 years, Waterford Diocese

30 September 1837 (FJ) The Catholic Church (Waterford Chronicle)

The Right Rev. Doctor Foran, held an ordination in the chapel of St. John, Bowling-green-lane...Minor Orders...Patrick Tracy...

31 May 1839 (FJ) The Catholic Church

The Right Rev. Dr. Foran, Bishop of Waterford has conferred Deacon's orders on...Tracey...The Rev. Messrs...Tracey subsequently received Priest's orders.

16 November 1844 & 1849 (N) Waterford

...Rev. Patrick Tracy, Trinity Without, Waterford...

4 January 1845 (N) O'Connell Tribute

Parish of Butlerstown [Waterford] - Rev. Mr. Tracey, R.C.C...

25 October 1845 (N) Loyal National Repeal Association

Trinity Without, Waterford, per Rev. P. Tracey

1846 Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory of Ireland

Patrick Tracey (rev), clergy, Airmount.

Patrick Tracy (rev), curate, Mayor's Walk Waterford. Curate Trinity Without, Airmount.

1846 Roman Catholic Diocese Of Waterford & Lismore

Parish Trinity without or Ballybricken, Bishop Flynn, M., Curate Tracy, Patrick, Post town Waterford

1846 Charitable Donations and Bequests (Ireland)

Mary Malone, of the Mayor's Walk, City of Waterford: To Rev. Patrick Tracy, to be distributed amongst the poor of the parish of Trinity in said city.

Parliamentary Papers, Great Britain Parliament. House of Commons

1850 Thoms Directory of Ireland

M. Tracy, Curate, Tramore, Waterford

Patrick Tracy, Curate, Trinity Without or Ballybrikan, Waterford

3 February 1851 Cork Examiner

... Patrick Tracey, C.C., Trinity Without, been removed to Modrligo.

February 7, 1851 (FJ)

The Rev Patrick Tracey, CC, Trinity Without has been removed to Modeligo - Waterford News

October 11, 1853 (FJ) Catholic Church

...Rev P Treacy, CC. Modeligo to Tallow...Rev Thomas Treacy, CC Cahir to Portlaw...Rev John Treacy, CC, Cahir to Ardmore...

16 February 1856 (N) Ecclesiastical

...the exemplary curate of Modeligo, the Rev. P. Tracy, has exchanged to Kilrosenty. [county Waterford]

27 December 1856 (N)

A deputation from the parishioners of Portlaw and Ballyduff waited, a few days since, on the Rev Thomas Tracy, their late curate, with an address and a liberal donation of £70...-Waterford News

1856 Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory Of Ireland

Thomas Tracey (rev), Portlaw, Waterford. Catholic Curate

July 1, 1858 (FJ) Catholic Church

The Rev J. Tracey, CC, was presented on Sunday last, at Ballyneale, with an address and purse, containing fifty sovereigns to mark the appreciation of his worth and the regret felt for his departure by the inhabitants of Ardmore. The deputation was most hospitably entertained by the truly Irish P.P. of Ballyneale.

1858 Members:

John Tracy, Rev CC Clogheen, Tipperary?

Patrick Treacy, Rev CC, Kilrosenty, Lamybrien, Co. Waterford

Transactions of the Ossianic Society 1858, Dublin 1861

4-7 March 1859 Cork Examiner

... Rev. P. Tracy, C.C., Kilrosenty, brother to the bride, assisted the Rev. Gerald F. Long, P.P.. Clashmore, the Rev. John Mullins, P.P., Old Pariah, and the Rev. P. ...

December 19, 1860 (FJ) Catholic Intelligence

...Presentation Convent, Lismore. The young lady who had the supreme happiness to register her vows on this occasion was Miss Bridget O'Brien, elder daughter of Mr. Jeremiah O'Brien, Ballimacart, Dungarvan and niece to the Reverends Patrick, Thomas and John Tracey, all Catholic curates in this diocese...

1861 Subscribers:

Rev P Treacy CC, Killresenty (Kilrossanty, Waterford?)

Rev J Treacy CC, Carrick-on-Suir (Tipperary)

Rev R? Treacy CC, Ring Dungarvan (Waterford)

Fitzpatrick WJ (1861) The Life, Times & Correspondence of the Right Rev. Dr Doyle, Bishop of Kildare & Leighlin. Duffy, Dublin.

February 1864 to 1868 London Gazette

Inland Revenue - Copy of Bankers Returns - Persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists...Thomas Tracy, Rev., Ring, County Waterford

31 Mar 1865 Waterford News

On Wednesday, at his residence, Piltown, near youghal, advanced age. Declan Tracey, Eeq . a respectable and truly upright inhabitant, father the Rer. Messrs. Tracey, fatherin-law Alderman Andrew Ryan, this city. the Presentation Convent, in this

3 April 1865 Cork Examiner

... Declan Treacy. Esq., father of the Revs. Patrick, Thomas, and John Treacy. C.C.'s, and father-in-law of Alderman Ryan, of Waterford ...

5 May 1865 Freemans Journal

The month's mind for the late lamented Declan Tracey, Eeq, father of the Revs. Messrs Tracey, of the dioceie of Waterford, took place at the parish church of Pliltovn on the 27th ultimo, where

1865 Catholic Directory, Almanac and Registry of Ireland, England and Scotland

John Tracey, Carrickbeg, Carrick-on-Suir, Waterf. & Lism.

John Tracy, Cappoquin, Waterf. & Lism.

Pat. Tracy, Kilrosanty and Fews, Kilmacthomas, Waterf. & Lism.

Thos. Tracey, Kill and Newtown, Kilmacthomas, Waterf. & Lism.

15 December 1866 (N) Saint Joseph's Convent, Tallow, Co. Waterford

...present...Rev J. Tracey, C.C., Tallow...

10 August 1867 (FJ) Carmelite Convent Tallow, County Waterford

...Rev P. Treacy, CC, Kilrosenty; Rev J. Tracy, OD, Tallow...

10 February 1868 (FJ) The Limerick Declaration

...John Tracey, C.C., Tallow, County Waterford...

22 June 1868 (FJ) Deaf & Dumb, Cabra

...Rev Dr Tracey, CC, do [Tallow]...

14 November 1868 (N) St. John's College, Waterford

...Rev Thomas Tracey, CC, Kill...Rev P. Tracey, CC, Kilrosenty...Rev John Tracey, CC, Slievegue...

1869 Catholic Clergy Waterford

Patrick Tracy, curate, Aglish

Thomas Tracy, curate, Kill

7 July 1870 (FJ)

...Rev. T. Treacy, C.C., Knockmahon [Waterford]...

7 July 1870 (FJ)

Rev. P. Tracy, CC, Aglish, Cappoquin

1870 Slaters

Bonmahon Co. Waterford - Rev Thomas Tracy

17 July 1871 (FJ) Deaf & Dumb, Cabra

Rev. Thos Tracy, CC, Bunmahon, do [Waterford?]...

15 July 1872 (FJ) Deaf & Dumb, Cabra

...Rev. Patk Treacy, CC, Aglish, Cappoquin...

Thomas Tracey Rev 30 Jan 1872 Seaview Cottage Bonmahon Waterford, RC Clergyman, by Rev Roger Power of All Saints near Kill PP and John O’Brien of King Street Waterford, solicitor

22 February 1875 (NJ) Rolls Court [Waterford]

Chatteris v. Tracey...against the Rev. Patrick Tracey and Mr J Ryan of Waterford as representatives of the late Andrew Ryan, Esq., of Waterford [died March 1867]...His widow, Mrs Ellen Mary Ryan, took administration, and distributed his assets, reserving, however a sum of £430...Marseilles Company. She died before any claim was made, and although her brother, the Rev. Thos. Tracey, took out administration to her, the money was allowed to remain in the bank undisturbed for two years, when he died, and his brother, the Rev. Patrick Tracey, then took out administration, and in the month of Febraury 1873...drew the money out of the bank...Money will be paid.

25 May 1877 (FJ) Jubilee of Pope

...Patrick Tracy, CC, Aglish [Waterford]...D Tracy, AB, TCD, do [Clashmore, county Waterford]...

March 1886 Donahoe's Magazine, Boston

The Rev. Patrick Tracy, of the diocese of Waterford, Ireland, died recently, aged seventy-three years. He was ordained in 1837, and up to 1848 was connected with the parish of Trinity Without, Waterford, as a zealous and devoted missionary curate. He took an active and earnest interest in the 1848 movement, and was intimately associated with the late General T. F. Meagher, on which occasion, fortunately, his great influence over the masses saved that city from a sanguinary conflict, as the rescue of Meagher on the morning of his arrest was fully determined. In other parishes of the diocese he was distinguished for his zeal and charities, and had been a hard-working priest for nearly fifty years.

[Thomas Francis Meagher’s arrest] With the assistance, however, of the Rev. Mr. Tracy, who sat upon the box of the chaise, some order was restored, and the harness replaced. Mr. Meagher s faithful followers, the Ballybricken men, again exerted themselves to the utmost to see that his instructions were carried out...

[John O Mahony's Personal Narrative] "Meagher arrived alone He said, that on coming to Waterford at night, he had sent for the chief men of his club, and. (I believe) Father Tracy. The men came to him, Tracy did not. On his asking them to march, they said they could not without Father Tracy s advice and consent. Too late then to look for it, or to muster the club-men. Meagher not encouraged to wait. This Tracy, I afterwards understood, was the Byrne of Waterford Primum Mobile and chief adviser of the clubs, though not personally presiding over any club himself. (Meagher does not seem to blame this man. 1 do from the circumstance that his conduct on this first appeal to him was exactly the counterpart of Byrne's)."

Cavanagh, Michael (1892) Memoirs of Gen. Thomas Francis Meagher : comprising the leading events of his career chronologically arranged, with selections from his speeches, lectures and miscellaneous writings, including personal reminiscences.

 

 

 

October 6, 1840 (FJ) The Catholic church

On Thursday, the 24th ult...received into the convent of St. Joseph, at Tallow, Miss Bridget Tracey, daughter of Declan Tracey, Esq., of Piltown, in this county...-Waterford Chron.

29 Sep 1841 (CE) Catholic Intelligence

Miss Tracy, daughter of a Mr. Declan Tracy, and sister of the Rev. P. Tracy, curate of Ballybricken, in this city, was professed in the convent of Tallow.

September 30, 1841 (FJ)

On Saturday morning last, Miss Tracy, daughter of Mr. Declan Tracy, and sister of the Rev. P. Tracy, curate of Ballybricken, in this city, was professed a nun in the Convent of Tullow. The solemn ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. Condon, attended by several clergymen, and was witnessed by a respectable attendance of the lady's own friends, and many who were invited from the town and vicinity. Every part of the sacred service was truly imposing, and the music and singing very select. - Waterford Chronicle.

The Convent of St. Joseph's, Tallow…About the year 1877, and for some years before this period, there were but few of the religious able to attend school. Death deprived the community of three or four members in little more than the space of a year. As might be expected, with such little help in school, the children were not up to the standard required by the results' programme, which came into operation in or about this time. The Mother Prioress who had charge of the community at this period was M. Clare Treacy (sister to the three Fathers Treacy, late of this diocese), a person of great prudence and foresight ; she wisely determined on seeking subjects more capable of school work. After fervent prayer she succeeded in a short time in getting postulants who were both classified teachers and most desirous of entering the Carmelite Order. These good sisters in a short time by their zeal and diligence worked up the school and raised the classes to the requirements of the programme. 

N. Harvey (1912) Parochial history of Waterford and Lismore during the 18th and 19th centuries.

 

February 4, 1842 (FJ)

On Wednesday last a man was killed at Piltown, near Youghal, by the falling of a ton slate upon his head. His name was Kelly, a father of seven children, a labouring man in the employment of Mr. Declan Tracy.

 

March 25, 1842 (FJ) Waterford Repeal Association

...the Rev. Mr. Tracy, R.C.C. of Butlerstown...

 

9 September 1843 Holograph letter from George D Fottrell, 54 Old Dominick Item Street, Dublin to (Dr. Cullen, Irish College Rome.) Fottrell has asked Rev. Christopher Burke of the Metropolitan who is travelling to Rome to pass on this letter. He has received £31 from Rev. P Tracy for his brother John who is a student of the college. [Presumed Rev Patrick Tracy of Waterford]

Pre-Cullen Series Irish College Rome

 

7 October 1843 (N) Repeal Association

...Lismore...Clashmore, per D. Tracy, Esq., 10l. 12s....

4 November 1843 (N) Repeal Association

...Rev. Patrick Tracey, P.P. Ballybricken, Waterford...Piltown, Kilkenny, per Mr. D. Tracy £2/3/6...

20 July 1844 (N) Repeal Association

Clashmore and Piltown, Waterford...Doolan [Declan] Tracy, Esq.

15 March 1845 (N) O'Connell Tribute

Clashmore and Piltown, county Waterford...Piltown...D. Tracy, Esq., 1l...

6 December 1845 (N)

Clashmore and Pilltown, Co. Waterford...Declan Treacy, Esq., 1l...

 

July 19, 1844 (FJ) Repeal

Clashmore and Piltown, Waterford...D. Tracy, Esq.

 

1844

Others came out openly in favour of some form of state-assisted colonization from Ireland. Rev. Patrick Tracey, a co. Waterford priest, made his position quite clear: 'I consider it my duty to recommend what . . . would ameliorate the condition of the poor man, and I consider that emigration would be a mode of doing it'.' Similar attitudes were not uncommon during the famine. While it is rather strange that only those who did in fact support emigration were asked directly for their views upon it, this divergence of opinion may have fairly reflected that amongst the clergy as a whole.

MacDonagh, Oliver (1947) The Irish Catholic Clergy and Emigration during the Great Famine. Irish Historical Studies, Vol. 5, No. 20 (Sep., 1947), pp. 287-302

1845 Law and practice in respect to the occupation of land in Ireland

Waterford list of Witnesses

Rev. Patrick Trac(e)y curate of Trinity Without and Butlerstown, evidence on Kinsale Beg near Youghal 9th October 1844

1845 Report from Her Majesty's Commissioners...Occupation of Land in Ireland

The Reverend Patrick Tracey, sworn and examined

1. Are you a parish priest ?—I am coadjutor curate to the Rev. Martin Flynn, who was examined here today, the parish priest of Trinity Without and Butlerstown. [full text]

 

February 23, 1846 (FJ)

Rev. Mr. Tracy, R.C. priest of Ballybricken, Waterford has been presented by his friends with a gold watch, chain and seal, for having restored accord among the agitating Repealers of that locality.

 

18 July 1846 (N) John Jack v. Patrick Rourke

John Jack, leasee of the Earl and Countess of Huntingdon...It was an action of ejectment on the title, brought to recover possession of the lands of Kilgabriel, now in possession of Declan Tracy and his sub-tenant...His Lordship...the jury had a right to satisfy themselves that a notice was given to each of the parts for the entire farm, and that Rourkle was the under-tenant of Mr. Tracy...The jury returned a verdict for the defendant, with 6d. costs.

22 Jul 1846 (CE) County Waterford Assizes

...Declan Tracy and his sub-tenants. The declaration contains two demises, one in the name of the Earl of Huntingdon and the second of both the Countess and Earl of Huntingdon. Both date the Ist of April, 1846...

...Tracey, and who, during a portion of that time paid rent for the whole of those lands, and receipts had been given to Tracey as representing the others. Notice to quit was served on the 24th of September. That was served on Tracey, and also on ...

 

1847 Index to correspondence on measures for relief of distress

October 23 1846. Letter from Mr. Tracy of Green Vale, Youghal, to Lord Russel, asking for a grant of £2500 for the construction of a Roman-catholic chapel, 151 - Treasury Minute refusing the application

http://www.eppi.ac.uk/eppi/digbib/view?did=c1:203084&p=173&sdid=c1:203257

17 March 1852 Cork Examiner

Youghal Union—Friday...Declan Tracey, Piltown...

21st January 1859 Board of Guardians Youghal Poor Law Union

...Declan Treacy...

1855-6?, 1858, 1859, 1860, 1861, 1862 Elected Board of Guardians Youghal Poor Law Union

...Declan Tracy...Resolutions and Correspondence on filling Vacancy in Roman Catholic Chaplaincy to Workhouse

 

1851 Griffiths Valuation

Garranaspick, Ardmore, Co. Waterford  

Map (# of 40)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

1 a

David Hurley

Declan Tracey

House offices &Land

16.1.1

£5.5.0

3 A&B

Thomas Connell

Declan Tracey

House, offices & land

21.3.7/6.0.19

£11.15.0

3 A

Margaret Quinn

Declan Tracey

House

4.2.29

£3.5.0

3 B

Eleanor Kinnure

House

£0.6.0

4

John Curtain

House, offices & land

5.2.7

£2.10.0

5

Michael Curtain

House, offices & land

10.2.11

£4.10.0

6 A&B

Mary Quinn

House, offices orehanl & land

14.1.0/11.1.16

£12.15.0

7 a

Denis Foley

House and land

4.1.21

£2.15.0

7 b

Maurice Power

Lee-House

£12.0.0

8

Edmond Foley

House, offices and land

17.0.24

£8.5.0

9 a

Patrick Quinn

House, offices and land

27.0.17

£13.0.0

10 a

Patrick Foley

House, offices and land

0.1.7

£0.15.0

11 a

Michael Neil

land

10.3.8

£6.15.0

12

Honoria Broderick

land

10.3.33

£6.10.0

13 A&B

Patrick Seyward

House office and land

2.0.31/1.3.0

£3.5.0

14

Ellen Thornton

House office and land

3.2.38

£2.15.0

15 a

Mary Barron

House office and land/Pound

13.3.28

£9.15.0/£2.0.0

Kilgabriel, Kinsalebeg, Co. Waterford  

Map (# of 40)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

23 A&B

Declan Treacy

Reps. Sir J Kennedy, Bart

Houses, Offices, Land

12.3.3/1.3.10

£11.0.0

Pilltown, Kinsalebeg, Co. Waterford  

Map (# of 40)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

1

John Foley

Declan Tracy

Land

 2.0.27

£1.5.0

1 a

Patrick Foley

Declan Tracy

Land

 0.2.11

£0.5.0

2

John Hickey

Declan Tracy

Houses, offices and land

 5.2.30

£3.12.0/£0.18.0

3 a

Honoria Neale

Declan Tracy

House, offices and land

13.2.28

£3.5.0/£1.15.0

6 a & b

Maurice Connery

Declan Tracy

Land

4.3.25/3.2.1

£4.10.0

7 a

Maurice Connery

Declan Tracy

Houses, offices and land

18.2.36

£14.10.0

7 b

Thomas Mansfield

Declan Tracy

Houses, offices and land

£0.8.0

7 e

Edmond Noonan

Declan Tracy

Houses, offices and land

0.0.16

£1.15.0

7 i

William Gorman

Declan Tracy

Houses

£0.8.0

7 j

Thomas Nagle

Declan Tracy

House and garden

0.0.19

£0.16.0

7 k

Thomas Flahavan

Declan Tracy

House and garden

0.0.14

£1.0.0

7 l

Margaret Purceil

Declan Tracy

House

£0.10.0

7 m

Michael Carroll

Declan Tracy

House and garden

0.0.14

£0.13.0

7 o

Malachy Carroll

Declan Tracy

House offices and yard

0.0.0

£0.0.0

8

John Power

Declan Tracy

land

0.0.19

£0.17.0

9

John Shea

Declan Tracy

House offices and land

2.0.26

£2.15.0

10 a & b

Patrick Neale

Declan Tracy

Land

2.0.26/1.2.4

£2.5.0

13 a

Patrick Broderick

Declan Tracy

House and garden

0.0.19

£0.16.0

13 b

Margaret Kelly

Declan Tracy

House

£0.12.0

14 a

Michael Cunningham

Declan Tracy

House and land

1.2.15

£2.0.0

14 b

Patrick Kennedy

Declan Tracy

House, offices and garden

0.0.35

£1.0.0

14 c

James Bombster

Declan Tracy

House, offices and garden

1.0.23

£1.5.0

15

Matthew Bombster

Declan tracy

House and land

1.0.23

£1.10.0

16 a

Declan Tracy

Reps. Sir J. Kennedy, Bart

House, offices orchard and land

165.2.3

£137.10.0

John Power

Declan Tracy

House and garden

0.2.0

£1.10.0

William Ormond

Declan Tracy

House, forge & garden

0.0.11

£1.0.0

Bridget Kennedy

Declan Tracy

House, office and garden

0.2.0

£0.15.0

Patrick Neale

Declan Tracy

House, office and garden

0.0.21

£1.10.0

Vacant

Declan Tracy

House

£0.8.0

Patrick Kennedy

Declan Tracy

Garden

0.0.13

£0.1.0

17

James Bombster

Declan Tracy

Land

11.1.5

£7.15.0

18

William Ormond

Declan Tracy

Land

1.0.24

£1.0.0

19

R.C. Chapel

Declan Tracy

R.C. Chapel and yard

0.2.13

£8.5.0

20

John Fitzgerald

Declan Tracy

House and land

0.3.13

£1.5.0

21

Patrick Mannion

Declan Tracy

House, office and land

5.1.0

£1.10.0

22

Patrick Kennedy

Declan Tracy

Land

5.1.0

£3.10.0

23

Margaret Kelly Patrick Neale

Declan Tracy

Declan Tracy

Land

1.1.20

1.1.20

£1.5.0

£1.0.0

Rath, Kinsalebeg, Co. Waterford  

Map (# of 40)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

1

Declan Tracy

Pierce S. Smith Esq (minor)

Land

17.0.1

£6.0.0

Toberagoole,  Kinsalebeg, Co. Waterford  

Map (# of 40)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

1

Patrick Foley

Declan Tracy

Land

4.1.0

£3.0.0

2

James Foley

Declan Tracy

House, offices & land

6.3.0

£7.0.0

3

John Hickey

Declan Tracy

Land

4.2.29

£3.5.0

Pilltown House, Pilltown, Kinsalebeg, Waterford

Declan Tracy was leasing this property from the Kennedy estate at the time of Griffith's Valuation, when it was valued at over £12. Smith refers to it as "Pilltown, not long since the estate of the Walshes". The house is labelled Pilltown House on the 25-inch map of the 1890s. It is no longer extant. Tracy is noted as the owner of over 450 acres in county Waterford in the 1870s. A substantial mill, valued at £39, in the same townland was being leased by Peter Moore Fisher [X129800]. It was included in the sale of Fisher property in the Landed Estates Court in November 1865. The mill appears to have fallen into disuse by the end of the nineteenth century though the ruins remain.

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23-5 May 1855 Cork Examiner

... Declan Tracy, Piltown, near Youghal, or at the Quarries.

 

1858 The Dublin Hospital Gazette

Royal College of Surgeons. List of gentlemen who obtained the diploma in the previous year

Maurice Charles Tracy, Pilltown, county Waterford.

1858 Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland. The following gentlemen have obtained the Diploma of the College during the present year:

Maurice Charles Tracy, Pilltown, county Waterford

The British Medical Journal, Vol. 2, No. 98 (Nov. 13, 1858), pp. 956-957

1859 Bulletins and Other State Intelligence

Maurice Tracey, Gent., vice Chalmers, appointed to the 17th Foot. Dated 20th April 1859.

Maurice Tracey, 20 Apr 1859, C. of G. Hope.

1861 [2853] Army Medical Department

...M. Tracy, appointed 20 April 1859, Canterbury station...

1865 [3566] Army Medical Department

Maurice Tracey, commissioned 20th April 1859, assistant surgeon 1863, staff [21st Foot?]

26 June 1863 Cork Examiner

... Charles Tracy, Esq., Army Medical staff, youngest son of Declan Tracy. Esq., Piltown, Co. Waterford, to Mary, eldest daughter of ...

30 June 1863 (FJ) Married

May 12 at St. Augustine's Catholic Church, Port Elizabeth, Algoa Bay, Cape of Good Hope, by the Most Rev. Thomas Murphy, D.D., Maurice Charles Tracy, Army Medical Staff, youngest son of Declan Tracy, Esq, Piltown, County Waterford, to Mary, eldest daughter of Charles Honsley[?], Esq, surgeon, Port Elizabeth.

Tracy and Housley - May 12 1863, at St Augustine's Catholic Church, Port Elizabeth, Algos Bay, Cape of Good Hope, by the Right Rev Thomas Murphy, DD, Maurice Charles Tracy, Esq, Army Medical Staff, youngest son of Declan Tracy, Esq, Piltown, County of Waterford, to Mary elder daughter of Charles Housley, Esq, Surgeon, Port Elizabeth. No cards sent.

1863 Medical Register

Maurice Charles Tracy, registeredd 21 June 1859, Army, Lic. R. Coll. Surg. Irel. 1858

1866 The New Army List

Maurice Tracey, Ass. Surg. 20 Apr 1859, stationed at Jersey

December 1867

Staff Assistant Surgeon Tracey in charge of the troops at the Linenhall Barracks and Commissariat Staff Corps at Aldborough House has been released from duty and granted leave until required to embark for Canada.

17 August 1868 Cork Examiner

Tracy—Howabd—Aug. at St. John's. P.Q., Maurice Charles Frederick Tracy, Staff Assistant Surgeon, son of the late Declan ...

Tracy and Howard - August 12 1868, at St Johns PQ...Maurice Charles Frederick Tracy, Staff Assistant Surgeon, son of the late Declan Tracy, Esq of Pilltown House, Waterford to Cherrie Elizabeth Mary, daughter of Henry Howard Esq MD of St Johns and granddaughter of the late Rice? Meredith Esq of Riary? Vally, Queen's County.

1871 Canada Census - St-Louis c, Quebec

Maurice Chs Tracy, 34, Ireland, Catholic, Surgeon 

Elizabeth M. Tracy, 29, Ireland, Catholic

Maurice Charles Tracy 9 Apr 1873 Marlborough Street Cork, assistant surgeon in HM army unattached a widower, to brother Declan Tracy of Piltown (Clashmore County Waterford), gentleman

1874 The Medical Register

June 21 Maurice Charles Tracy

Staff Assistant Surgeon, Army - Lic. R. Coll. Surg. Irel. 1858

1881 The Medical Press and Circular

Maurice Charles Tracey, Army Medical Department. Dead.

 

1850 Second & 1856 Eight & 1859 Ninth Report of All Hallows College Drumcondra Dublin

Correspondence:

6 Nov 1854 letter from J.A. Tracy [James Austin Tracy], Cathedral House Calcutta East Indies

Students in the House:

Mr. J. Tracey of Waterford Diocese, from Mount Melleray School, to Calcutta E. Indies

Mr. B. Tracey/Tracy of Derry Diocese or Scotland (w.D.) Diocese, from Mr. M'Leery's School Glascow, to Glascow

Mr. J Tracey of Waterford Diocese, from Mount Mellary School, to Salford England

Missions:

Rev James Tracy, departed April 1844 to Dacca Bengal or St. John's College Calcutta

Rev John Tracey, departed May 1858, to Salford England

Rev Bernard Tracy, departed September 1858, to St. Sulpice Paris for Scotland (W.D.)

Subscriptions in 1850

Mr DT Tracy, Rathmines £1

Calcutta, per Rev J.A. Tracy £7.15.10

Rev T Tracy, CC, Portlaw £1

Subscriptions in 1856

Rev Thomas Tracey, CC, Portlaw, Co. Waterford £1

Subscriptions in 1859

Rev Pat Tracy, CC, Kilrosenty £1

Mr. Deaclan Treacy, Ardsallagh £1

 

1862 Landed Estate

Declan Tracy, Kilgabriel, Decies & Drum, Waterford, £89.7.6 rent, 88a/3/12p, £63 valuation, Lease dated 4th November 1862 made by Sir Charles Edward Kennedy to said Declan tracey for 31 years from the 29th of September 1862. Lease reserves...public right of way...

1863 Landed Estate

Declan Tracy, Garrananaspick & Kilmaloo West & Pilltown (sub-denominations of Ballalag, Ringawn and Widow's farm), Decies & Drum, Waterford, £307 rent, 454a/0r/37p, £347.11.0 valuation, Lease dated 20th March 1833 made by Charles Edward Kennedy to said Declan Treacy for the life of Augustus Frederick Duke of Leinster or 100 years from the 25 March 1833. The lease reserves...[6 rights of way]...

 

Deelan [Declan] Tracy 29 Mar 1865 Piltown Waterford, gentleman farmer, to son Michael Gerard Tracy, gentleman farmer

Declan Tracy d. 1867 Yonghal [Youghal] Ireland, age 76 [b.c. 1791] (LDS)

 

28 January 1868 Cork Examiner

... Conpox—Tracy—On the 25th inst, at the Catholic Church of Pil1town, Waterford. the Rev. P. Tracy. Kiin-s--sputy, brother to the bride ...

 

1 November 1873 Freeman's Journal

Tracy-Oct. 24, at Piltown, Youghal, Anne. daughter Of the Late Declan Tracy Esq., Pilltown Co. Waterford.

29 November 1873 Pilot (Boston Ma)

Oct. 24, st Piltown, Youghal, Anne, daughter of the late Declan Tracey, esq., Piltown, co. Waterford.

 

1876 Landowners in Ireland (over 1 acre)

Declan Tracy, Piltown, Youghal, Waterford. 453a/0r/0p. £537.0.0

 

1881 Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory Of Ireland

Declan Tracey, Piltown, Youghal. Gentry & Clergy.

 

1882 Return of Payments to Landlords

Declan Treacy, 4 holdings, annual rent £65/5/8, amount paid £51/19/2

1883 Return of judicial rents

Declan Fitzgerald of Garranspot Waterford, landlord Declan Treacy, 17a/1r/3p, poor valuation £10/10/0, old rent £13/6/0, new rent £12/5/0

1884 [C.4059] Arrears of Rent (Ireland) Act, 1882 - Landlords

Declan Treacy, Waterford, 4 holdings, £63.5.8 rent, £108.8.10 arrears 1880, £51.19.2 paid by commission

 

Declan Tracy 2 Oct 1885 Piltown Waterford, farmer, to Catherine Tracy, spinster and universal legatee

Declan Tracy, d. Oct - Dec 1885 Yonghal [Youghal] Ireland, Age 56 [b.c. 1829] (LDS)

 

Week ending April 23, 1887 “Irish Marriages” extracted from the “Irish American”

Tracey-Fitzgerald - March 21, by special license, at Cork. M.G. Tracey, Bawnalog, Piltown, County Kilkenny, son of the late Declan Tracey, Esq., to Teresa Mary, daughter of the late Maurice Fitzgerald Esq., Rockview, Cloyne, County Cork.

(Michael Tracy/Treacy, Cork, 2nd Quarter 1887 Vol. 5, page 94 Marriages Register)

 

16 July 1889 Freeman's Journal

Law Intelligence ...Declan Tracy...

 

1894 Egan's Waterford Directory

Michael Gould Tracy, Piltown, Youghal, Cork. Juror

 

 

Last update: 18 February 2017