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 It may be presumed that the Traceys of Derry are descended from the Cenél Eóghain

 

 

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The majority of the Traceys of Derry are of Gaelic origin and can trace their history back to the beginning of historical records, as Derry formed part of the territory of the Cenél Eóghain. It is likely that the Tracy family of Artrea parish came from England, and the name Humphry is also found with the Tracys of Stanway (Sir Humphrey Tracy, Sheriff of Gloucestshire 1639).

 

The placename Listress (Liostrassa) (Cumber Lower) may be named after the Traceys, meaning fort of the Traceys. Joyce, has it listed as fort of the battle (treas).

 

1662 p.650

A true abstract of the several debentures of the officiers and soldiers belonging to Captain John Gallands company for their services since 1649 and their claims that are added thereunder...John Tracy...Certifified and examined by (Sir) John Pettie; ans with note signed by same, that this list contains several debentures satisified in Captain John Gallands lot. In part satisfaction of his debt there was set out 5,597 acres, 2 rods in the liberties of Coleraine and Co. of Londonderry and 2169 ¼ acres in the barony of Kilconway, Co. Antrim.

 
1662 Subsidy Rolls for Co. Londonderry

282. Humphrey Tracy, Ballyneill Beg [Ballynealebeg] Artrea Loughinsholin, valuation on Goods £5.00, subsidy levied £2.67

http://www.billmacafee.com/1660ssubsidyrolls/1662subsidyrollsname.pdf

 

1663 Hearth Money Rolls

2480. Humphrie Tracy, Ballyneill Beg [Ballynealebeg] Artrea Loughinsholin

2133. Tirlogh m'Tresson, Ballyforlea [half Berferlea] Lissan Loughinsholin

2134. Patrick Tresson, Ballyforlea [half Berferlea] Lissan Loughinsholin

http://www.billmacafee.com/1660shearthmoneyrolls/1663hearthmoneyrollsderry.pdf

 

1689 Citizens and Defenders of The City of Londonderry who signed a petition to King William III after the lifting of the Siege (Letter dated 29th July 1689)

James Trac(e)y

 

9 June 1693. Royal warrant, under the Queen's sign manual, to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to pay 2,423l. 6s. 8d. to the several officers and widows of officers as follows who were of the garrison of Londonderry at the time that city was besieged, as royal bounty, without account, viz.:…

Lieutenants: Robert Louther, John Fuller, Richard Kean, James Tracey, William Mason, William Stuart, Richard Coomes, Bernard Smith, John Cooke, Roger Holland, Daniell Sherrard, Robert King, Thomas Adderton, Francis Butler, James Wallace, James Gardner, Patrick Doran, Andrew Hunter, 20l. each

'Entry Book: June 1693, 1-10', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 10: 1693-1696 (1935), pp. 223-238.

 

1600 to 1799 Irish Wild Geese at the Hôtel Royal d'Invalides Paris

William Tracy aged 32 of County Obredary [Londonderry or Edenderry Offaly?], grenadier of Sr. Galfer, Dillon's Regiment, in which he has served 12 years, confirmed by his certificate. His right arm is crippled from a musket shot at Chiari. Catholic Received 28th July 1701. Died 12 October 1719. at Nantes ATD.

 

Alumni Duublinenses: Trinity Dublin

Tracy, John, Pen. (Mr. Martin, Armagh) Mar. 10, 1711-12, aged 18; s. of Humphry, Generosus; b. Magherafelt, Co. Derry. B.A. Æst. 1716.

 

24th September 1731 Old Bailey - Ordinary's Account

…Three Men, viz. Robert Irwin, Richard Davis, and William Tracey, were by the Jury found Guilty of Capital Offences, and receiv'd Sentence of Death accordingly…Richard Davis and William Tracey, of St. Paul's Covent-Garden… William Tracey about 50 Years of Age, of honest Parents, but had no Education at School. When he was a Boy of seven or eight Years of Age, as he said, he was with his Father in the Seige of Londonderry, where he continu'd till the City was reliev'd. His Father was Poor and did not put him to any Trade; when of Age, he serv'd as a Soldier for several Years in Ireland, Flanders and Spain. Afterwards being weary of the Army, he came to London, married a Wife and kept House in and about Hedge-lane, for Twentyfive Years past, and said he serv'd sometimes as Watchman, and that he was well known in the Parish, and several People in the Neighbourhood could testify, that he carried himself well, kept a good House and was of a good Character. He kept a Fruit-stand, and sometimes drove a Barrow about the Streets, and his Wife and he liv'd well and bred up a good Family of Children, by following that Business. He let out his House to such Lodgers as he could get, and said, he never knew any of them Dishonest, but those who were taken up on this Occasion, in company of one of whom he died. He reflected bitterly (and I believe unjustly) on a certain Gentleman. He confess'd that he had been a great Swearer and Drinker, and very cruel and barbarous in abusing his Wife, whom he call'd his Poor Woman, in a loving Way. He profess'd himself Penitent, but was grosly Ignorant in Religion. At First he gave out, that he was of our Communion; but the Day before he died, he own'd himself of another.... Tracey said, he believ'd in Christ, repented of his Sins, and died in Peace with all the World…

Robert Irwin, 57 Years of Age, of honest creditable Parents, in the County of Fermenagh, had good Education… his Father rais'd a Troop of Horse, and join'd the brave Iniskilling Men, and was one of those Officers, who march'd to the Relief of London-Derry: At this Time Robert was about 17 Years of Age, and attended his Father in the Expedition, and was One of them, who, in Company with his Father, defended the City, till King William sent them seasonable Relief, when they were reduc'd to the greatest Extremity; and at last, the Enemy fearing the King's Arrival in that Kingdom, were oblig'd to raise the Seige…

http://www.oldbaileyonline.org/browse.jsp?id=OA17310924n45-1&div=OA17310924#highlight

 

6 Sep 1737 & 19 Jun 1738 Deed Pool

William Tracy of Ballyneill, Londonderry gent son and heir conveyed by James Tracy of Ballyneill, Londonderry lands which had previously been demised to John Graves of Castledawson, Co. Antrim by Daniel Waller of Derrygarve, Co. Antrim. Witnesses Thomas Graves of Castledawson, Co. Antrim, linen draper, Neale O'Quinn of Ballagher, Londonderry, & Gabriel As Rainey of Maghrafelt, Londonderry. Many of the details regarding the witnessing of these documents is unreadeable

31 Jan 1743 Deed & earlier 8 Jul 1732 Deed

Ballyneil, parish Artrea, co Londonderry

William Tracy of Ballyneilmore, parish Artrea, co Londonderry gent & Robert Johnston of Little Bridge, co Londonderry  & Thomas Webster & John Rawlinson Esq

Witnesses: Henry Woods of Moneymore, co Londonderry merch & John Kidd of Moneymore, co Londonderry Innholder & Richard Mountney of Circuit Court, Omagh Commissioner

 

21 Oct 1737 & 20th Jan 1740/1

Pre-marriage settlement between William (Jun) Jackson of Fortwilliam. LDY Son, & Martha Cornwall of Fortwilliam. LDY Daughter, William Jackson of Fortwilliam. LDY Gent, Walter Lindsay of Cahow. TYR Esq. Exec, Barbara Cornwall of Cornwalls Grove. TYR Exec,  John Cornwall of Cornwalls Grove. TYR Deceased. Witness Rev John Tracy of Moneymore. LDY & H WD William Fleming of Moneymore. LDY Gent & Andrew Carmichael of Dungannon. TYR Scrivener

 

1738 Humphrey Tracy, Ballyneil, co. Londonderry, gent. (Perogative Will) [Moved from Antrim?]

 

1740 Protestant Householders (Tithes?)

Mr Tracy, Artrea, Loughinsholin, Londonderry

Mr Tracy, Kilcronaghan, Loughinsholin, Londonderry

Widow Tracy, Ballinderry, Loughinsholin, Londonderry

William Tracy, Artrea, Loughinsholin, Londonderry

1740 Protestant Returns Derry

2210. Mr Tracy, Artea Loughinsholin, Not specified

2223. Will Tracy, Artea Loughinsholin, Not specified

2813. Wid Tracy, Ballinderry Loughinsholin, Not specified

1395. Mr Tracy, Kilcronaghan Loughinsholin, Not specified

www.billmacafee.com/1740returns/1740religiousreturnsulster.xls

 

[1745]...militia of the City and County of Londonderry...Ensigns...Francis Tracy...Wm Tracy...A regiment in the Barony of Loughinsholin...Ensigns...Tony Tracy...

Mina Lenox-Conyngham (2005) Springhill: An Old Ulster House and the People who Lived in it

 

1752 The Terrier published by the Suiters' Company

Ballymultrea [Ballinderry Derry] (O'Multrea's Town.) Andrew Bell, Widow Tracey, Bryan M'Guckin, Widow Taylor and Others, 258a.; rent, £29 2s O.5d

In this town stands the walls of Salterstown Castle, which was burnt in 1688, with two tolerable farm houses and a corn mill ; great part shrub of wood, whins and some bog.

1766 Religious Denomination Magherafelt...Protestants...Tracey Dawson...Arthur Tracey...

June, 1773 "First Magherafelt Volunteers"...Captain, A Tracy…

May 1782 Belfast News Letter...A meeting of the inhabitants of the Parish of Magherafelt...gentlemen...Captain Tracy...

Maitland WH (1916) History of Magherafelt. The Mid-Ulster Printing Works, Cookstown.

 

1756

Close copy bill, Rev. John Tracy, Moybeg, Co. Londonderry, husband of the late Elizabeth Tracy (née Wilson), against John Wilson, regarding a dispute over Richard Wilson's will of 1711. D1018/G/11

 

...Their eldest son, named Tracy, after his relative, the Rev. John Tracy, rector of Kilcronaghan, was bred to the medical profession...

John Wesley Etheridge (1858) The life of the rev. Adam Clarke

 “…He went and settled in an obscure village called Moybeg, township of Cootinaglugg, in the parish of Kilchronaghan, in the barony of Loughinshallin, in the county of Londonderry. In this obscure district, the names of which almost bid defiance to enunciation, his second son Adam, the subject of this Memoir, was born, either in the year 1760 or 1762, most probably the former, but neither the year nor the month can be ascertained. He was baptized in the parish church by his uncle, the Rev. John Tracy, the Rector, who had married his mother's sister (MacLeans of Mull Scotland). On application to the late worthy incumbent, the Rev. Mr. Bryan, to obtain a copy of the baptismal register, the following answer has been obtained: — ‘The archives of the church have been carefully searched, but no register during Mr. Tracy's incumbency has been found; none having been kept during that period; or if kept, since irrecoverably lost.’
As Mr. Tracy died sometime between 1760 and 1762, and Adam Clarke was baptized by him, he must have been born within that period.

It may not be improper to say a few words here of his brother, who was born about three years before him. He was called Tracy, at the instance of his uncle the Rev. J. Tracy, already mentioned; who, having no child, promised to be at the expence of his education, &c. Such promises are rarely fulfilled ; but this pledge would probably have been redeemed, had Mr. Tracy lived, for he had already taken the child to his own house, but dying shortly after, the young lad, already spoiled by indulgence, was restored to his parents…”

An Account of the Infancy, Religious, and Literary Life of Adam Clarke ...: by Adam Clarke, Richard Smith, Joseph Butterworth Bulmer Clarke. T. S. Clarke, 1833

 

Elizabeth Tracy of Mawbeg/Mowbeg [Derry?]

Occupation: Widow

Will Date: 1764

Index: Dio Admons – Armagh

 

Freemasons

Arth Tracey, 7 Oct 1777, Chapel of Artrea Magherafelt Derry,  

Jno (Jns) Tracey, 7 Oct 1777, Artrea Derry,  

John Tracey, 7 Oct 1777, Chapel of Artrea Magherafelt Derry,  

Michl Tracey, 27 Jul 1792, Cahore Tubbermore Derry,  

Oliver Tracey, 5 Jan 1765, Chapel of Artrea Magherafelt Derry,  Certified 4 Oct 1768

Oliver Tracy, 5 Jan 1765, Artrea Derry,  Certified 4 Oct 1768

Oliver Tracy, 3 Aug 1769, Lodge 470 Coagh Tyrone,  Founding member? Made Warden 3 Aug 1769.

Willm Tracy, 5 May 1829, Lodge 169 Magherafelt Derry,  

 

1766 Religious Census

Oliver Tracy, Ballyneals, Artrea, Manor of Salters, Co. Derry.

Jane Tracy, Widow, protestant, Desertmartin, Co. Derry.

Arthur Tracy, protestant, Magherafelt, Co. Derry.

GO Ms. 536-7 National Library of Ireland

2737.      Oliver Tracy, Prot. Est. Ch., Ballyneill Beg & More Artrea Loughinsholin, Landholder

1463.      Jane Tracy, widow, Prot. Est. Ch., Desertmartin Loughinsholin, Not specified       

1912.      Arthur Tracey, Prot. Est. Ch., Magherafelt Loughinsholin, Not specified    

www.billmacafee.com/1766census/1766religiouscensusderry.xls

 

1767-1797 Belfast Newsletter

Arthur Trac(e)y, Magherafelt (various references) 1771-1797

James Tracy, Magherafelt 1796

John Tracy 1785

Oliver Tracy, Ballynail Magherafelt 1767

http://www.traceyclann.com/files/1737-1800 Belfast Newsletter.htm

January 30, 1767 (BL)

...James Dunbar in Coagh...Patrick Breean of Ballymurphy...Joseph Holland of Coagh...silver watch...returning said watch anytime within three months after the date therof to Mr. benjamin Waters of Lisnamorrow, Mr Oliver Tracy of Ballynad, both near magherfelt or Mr Michael Johnston of Moneymore...Mr. Alexander Alexander...and no questions asked...

October 24, 1788 (BL)

Notice is hereby given. To all persons who hold my drafts on Messrs. Mussenden and Hamilton of dublin, to call on William Walker Esq No. 44 William Street, who will discharge them as they become due. Arthur Tracy, Magherafelt, 23 Oct 1788

January 16, 1789 (BL)

...Arthur Tracy, justice of the peace for London-derry...

Mar 6, 1789 (BL) Proposed linen market at Toome

At a meeting of a very considerable number of gentlement in the linen trade at the new inn at Toome...Arthur Tracy...

Sep 18, 1789 (BL) A barbarous murder

Was committed on the body of John Devlin of Lisnarorra, parish of Ardtre and county of Londonderry...subscribers...Arthur Tracy £5.13.9...[top subscriber]

11 Feb 1791 (BL) An English-bred Horse

Which for figure and performance cannot bee excelled, and master of 16 stone and any hounds, for sale by Arthur Tracy, Esq, Magherafelt, who will take bills or notes at long date in payment. 9th February 1791

2 March 1792 (BL) Notice

That all persons indepted to me, are requested to pay the amount of their respective accounts to Mr. David Tomb, Magherafelt, to who all accounts against me are to be furnished, that they may be discharged.

Highly sensible of the kind support I have experienced from my friends and the publin for 23 years in business, I return my sincere acknowledments, and beg leave to recommend my sucessor Mr. John Smyth to their future favours. Magherafelt 20th Feb 1792 Arthur Tracy.

Apr 27, 1792 (BL) The Magherafelt Monthly Assembly

Will be held at Mr. Huey's on Monday the seventh of May next. Arthur Tracy, Steward.

Feb 12, 1793 (BL)

At the first meeting of the Magherafelt Loyal Volunteers...present 553 effective men...Resolved...our loyalty to our King and our attachment to the genuine spirit and principals of our happy constitution...2ndly...the civil magistrate...for the safety, Peace and Subordination of Society. 3rdly...reform of parliament. 4thly, That with the most heart felt satisfaction, we congratulate our Roman Catholic brethren on the appraoching happy period, when we hope, a just and enlightened parliament, through the truly affectionate recommendation of our most gracious Sovereign, will fully emancipate them from laws, which however necessary when formed, are now by their approved good conduct, become entirely useless. 5thly, That we return our most sincere thanks to Arthur Tracy, Esq, for his care in convening and conducting this meeting. Doctor Wall having left the Chair and Arthur Tracy Esq being called to it...

20 May 1794 (BL) Dissolution of Partnership

The partnership carried under the form of John Smyth and Co, is this day by mutual consent dissolved; it is requested that all depts due to said firm be paid to John Smyth, who will discharge all debt due by said house. Magherafelt 19th May 1794. John Smyth. Arthur Tracy.

Oct 20, 1797 (BL) Notice

The public are hereby cautioned not to take in payment or give any value for the undermentioned bills, as they are several years since paid in full; and I have given my law agent directions to file a bill next term against any parties to compel them to give up paid bills.

John Glenholm's draft in favour of Athur Tracy Esq on Margaret M'Quid, Belfast, indorsed, 'Arthur Tracy'. Pay Mr. William Stevenson on order. Dawson Downing. Payable 21st April 1793, for 150l.

The same on the same, in favour of Anthony Magee, indorsed 'Anthony Magee, Arthur Tracy'. Pay Mr. William Steveson on order. Dawson Downing. Payable 21st May 1793, for 100l.

The same on the same, in favour of Quintin Dick Esq, indorsed 'Quintin Dick, Arthur Tracy'. Pay Mr. William Steveson on order. Dawson Downing. Payable 21st June 1793, for 150l.

The same on the same, in favour of Quintin Dick Esq, indorsed 'Quintin Dick, Arthur Tracy'. Pay Mr. William Steveson on order. Dawson Downing. Payable 21st July 1793.

The indorsements on those bills after Arthur Tracy have been defaced.

The above bills are at present in the hands of Mr. Jmaes Tracy, Magherafelt, Attorney, who has been served with a notice of the same geing fully paid.

Dated Belfast this 16th Day of October, 1797. Margaret M'Quoid.

22 Ooctober 1802 (BL) To be sold by public auction

The following lands and tenements, late the property of Mr Arthur Tracy (if not previously disposed of by private contract)

No.1 - 73 acres of land, or thereabouts, English measures, being part of the Lands of Derrygarve, in the county of Londonderry, situated within one mile of Castledawson, and held under Arthurs Dawson, Esq, by virtue of a lease for lives renewable for ever, subject to the yearly rent of 3l.9s. and producing as now set a profit rent of about 80l.

No.2 - 63 acres of thereabouts in the Creagh near Toome held for ever under said Arthur Dawson Esq subject to a yearly rent of 36l and producing as now set a profit rent of about 34l.

No.3 - 70 acres or thereabouts in Creagh aforsaid held under Robert Maxwell Esq for three lives or 41 years subject to 42 yearly rent and producing a yearly profit of about 24l.

No.4 - A large and very commodious dwelling house in a most eligible situation for any kind of business and tenement in the town of Magherafelt aforesaid with a distillery and two malt kilns and several tenements in said town, with about 40 acres of land annexed thereto, held for a term of years under Lord Londonderry and Thomas Bateson esq.

Proposals in writting will be received by said Arthur Tracy; D. Downing, Rowesgift; or Mr. John Smyth, Magherafelt, who will shew the premises.

26 November 1802 (BL) Adjourned Sale

Mr Arthur Tracy's concerns...Jennings Magherafelt...till 22nd Day of December...

Apr 26, 1803 (BL) To be sold

...in the county of Londonderry, very contiguous to Toome-bridge, on the old and new road to Castledawson...No. 9 - 10 A held under Arthur Tracy Esq for three lives and 31 years, from November 1790; yearly rent 5l.13s.9d.

20 November 1804 (BL) To be sold by Public Auction

On Thursday the 1st of December, That valuabe freehold in Derrygarve, near to the town of Castledawson, containing between 70 and 80 acres, English statue measure, held for lives renewable foe ever, under Arthur Dawson, Esq, at the yearly rent of 3l5s with half-a-year rent at the fall of a life, well supplied with water and turhary, the property of Arthur Tracy, Esq, producing a very handsome profit rent yearly. It would be an eligible situation for a bleach green. Same day will be sold all his houses and land, in and about the town of Magherafelt. The fourth part of the purchase-money will be required at the time of sale and remainder on perfecting the deeds.

1 May 1804 (BL) A shop in an elegant Situation

To be let in the town of Magherafelt for a term of years that may be agreed upon from the first of may next.

The shop-end of Mr. Tracy's house containing on the first floor, a commodious shop, back room, kitchen and pantry, with a capacious cellar underneath opening in front. Second floor, a large dinning room and two bed chambers. third floor, one large room. Immediately in the rear a store room, two stories high, 24 feet by 16, with a suitable yard and large garden. Application to William Corry, on the premises. An apprentice wanted to the grocery and Spirit business - apply as above. Magherafelt April 24.

 

1776 Arthur Galbraith, Riverstown, Co. Tyrone, Esq. 26 Aug. 1776 Full 2½ p. 11 Jan 1825

My body to be buried in the churchyard of Clogher.

To my wife Rebecca Galbrath the farm I now live in called Riverstown of about 50 acres, and the hill called Crocknamona held by Hugh McIlleer, with my plate, stock of cattle, crops and household furniture, and £50 per annum for life, and then to my three nieces, daughters of my brother John Galbraith deceased, Catherine, wife of Robert [? Porter or Pasler], Anne Galbraith wife of Mathew Small and Mary Galbraith, now unmarried, in equal parts, in addition to £200 each.

£100 to my nephew James Tracey, Dungannon, £200 to my nephew John Tracy, Dungannon, £200 to Arthur Tracy, Magherafelt, and £60 to the children of my niece Elizabeth Tracy who was married to Richardson.

My gold watch to my nephew George Galbraith, and £200 to my nephew John Forbes. A small annuity to my sister Rebecca Galbraith for life, and £20 to my couzen Pierse Quinland. Bequests to my friends John Martin, Drumcock, Archibald Irvine, Kaney.

The remainder of my estate called Clannybogan [Clanabogen, Co. Tyrone], to my nephew James Galbraith, Rascommy, Esq., and Samual Galbraith Greenmount, gentleman, provided they pay off all my legacies in one year after my death, but should they fail to do so, then the lands are to be sold for the same purpose. Exors. My wife and said James and Samual Galbraith who are residuary legatees.

Witnesses: John Buchanan, John Mitchell, John Hendersonm.

P.S. The lands of Clanebogan are not to be sold till one year after the death of my wife, or any legacy paid till one year after the decease of us both. £60 to my niece Anne Tracey who married a soldier.

Codicil, 3Jan. 1782. A sum of money bequeathed to my niece Anna Maria Small otherwise Galbraith, then wife of Mathew Small, Shancrackan, Co. Armagh, and now deceased, to be paid to her children share and share alike.

Witnesses: Sinclair Perry, John Wilson and Margaret Perry.

Memorial witnessed by: Thomas Grier, city of Dublin, attorney, and Thomas Dunne, Upper Dominick Street, gentleman.

798, 578, 539313

Samuel Galbraith (seal) Newgrove

John Galbraith (seal) Greenmount,

Both of Co. Tyrone, Esqrs., great grand nephews of said Arthur Galbraith

 

1782 Volunteers

Magherafelt (First) Volunteers. June 1773; scarlet, faced black. Captain A. Tracy; Lieutenant Richard Dawson; Ensign R. Montgomery.

Parsontown Loyal Independents. Feb. 15th 1776; scarlet, faced black, silver lace. Colonel Sir William Parsons, Bart.; Major L. Parsons; Captain B.B. Warburton; Lieutenant Edward Tracy

Rosanallis Volunteers. July 1st 1774; scarlet, faced blue, silver lace. Colonel Richard Croasdale; Majo George Sandes; Captain L. Sandes; Captain J. Sabatier; Captain A. Johnson; Lieutenant William Tracey.

MacNevin, Thomas (1846) The History of the Volunteers of 1782. 5th Edition. James Duffy, Dublin.

 

6th May 1782 Magherafelt Meeting

…Captain Tracy…

A compleat collection of the resolutions of the volunteers, grand juries, &c. of Ireland, with the history of volunteering By Charles Henry Wilson, 1782

 

14 June 1785

Draft from the Earl of Bristol on Robert Alexander, Londonderry, favour of A. Tracy for £45 14s.0d. for malt. D1514/1/1/17/9

 

18 June 1792 Mortgage to Arthur Tracy Esq, Magherafeld, Co. Londonderry [46096/456/112/291134]

John McMurray of C-Dawson, Co. Londonderry leased to Arthur Tracy lands under lease to Arthur Dawson of Co. Down Esq.

 

1796 Irish Flax Growers

James Tracy, Ballynascreen, Derry
Oliver Tracy, Artrea, Derry
Henry Tressy, Cumber Upper 
Hugh Tressy, Cumber Upper 
Manus Tressey, Cumber Upper, Derry
Michael Tressy, Cumber Upper 
Owen Tressey, Cumber Upper, Derry

Philemy Tressy, Cumber Upper, Derry

274. Oliver Tracy, Artrea Loughinsholin, 2 wheels.

1415. James Tracy, Ballynascreen [Bellnascreen] Loughinsholin, 1 wheel.

1516. Manus Tressey, Cumber Tirkeeran, 2 wheels.

1517. Owen Tressey, Cumber Tirkeeran, 2 wheels.

1674. Philemy Tressy, Cumber Tirkeeran, 1 wheel.

1677. Hugh Tressy, Cumber Tirkeeran, 1 wheel.

1679. Michael Tressy, Cumber Tirkeeran, 1 wheel.

1809. Henry Tressy, Cumber Tirkeeran, 1 wheel.

www.billmacafee.com/1796flaxgrowerslist/1796flaxgrowersderry.xls

 

Canadian military service

William Tracey born abt 1798 M R Fett Maghercefelt, Londonderry - Canadian military service 5 Apr 1814

 

Michael Tracy, 1839. Was born June 24, 1800, in Derry, County Derry, Ireland, and came to Philadelphia in 1810. He was a wholesale and retail dealer in foreign fruits and a manufacturer of confectionary, and subsequently was Foreign Fruit Inspector in the Custom House. He…

History of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick and of the Hibernian Society by John Hugh Campbell, 1892

 

15 April 1803 Londonderry

A list of passengers who intend going to New York in the ship Cornelia of Portland

James Tracy 30 farmer

Margaret Tracy 2 a child

Rose Tracy 32 spinster

 

1805 Finance Accounts - Ballances due from Collectors

Limerick 1805 Arthur Tracy £12/2/1

1812-3 Commissioners of Inquiry into Fees and Emoluments received in Public Offices

Arthur Tracy, Bond £600, [balance] £12/2/1 1805

[Bond] 2nd August. Rebecca Murray of Bishop-street, Dublin, widow; William Tracy of Magherafelt, County :Londonderry, Lieutenant in Derry Militia.

The Solicitor states, that Tracy is dead, and proceedings having been had against Rebecca Murray, one of his Sureties, and Judgement had thereon. The sum is too small to bear the expense of further proceedings.

 

Return of Persons examined and certified as Qualified by Apothecaries' Hall in Dublin 1829

Dec 4 1807 Charles Tracey, Magherafelt, Derry

Nov 16 1810 Daniel Tracey, Nenagh [no county stated]

Dec 21 1810 Mark Tracey, Feymore, Mayo

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Michael Tracey born Drumholme, Donegal. Served in 31st Foot Regiment Discharged aged 23, 1813-1818

Michael Tracey, b. 1795 Ballintra, Donegal

Michael Tracey b. 1800 Drumholme 31st till 1827 Pensioner in DON. Pension transferred from Sligo to Londonderry 30th June 1856 permanent WO22/184 Chelsea 11th Nov 1818 as Treacy. Labourer served in Sicily WO116/28

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

William Tr(e)acey born Magherafelt, Londonderry Served in 13th Foot Regiment; 17th Foot Regiment; 86th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 38 1814-1838 WO97/348/28

William Tracey, b. 1799 Castle Dawson, Derry (Londonderry)

William Treacey, b. 1799 Castle Dawson, Derry (Londonderry)

Wm Treacey, b. 1803 Makerefelt, Derry (Londonderry)

William Treacey b.1799 Magherafolt, Castle Dawson, Dery17th Foot (3 yrs, 3 underage) , 86th Foot (5 yrs), 13th Foot (15 yrs) . Total 31 yrs with 21 in India. Weaver Chelsea 8th Aug 1838 as Tracey WO116/46 William Treacey /Tracey b.1803 Makerefelt, Derry 13th, 17th Foot with Arthur (and 86th Foot?) 1814 – 8th Aug 1838 Army of India Medal bar Ava (in 13th Foot)

 

Arthur Tracey of Cum [Cumber Derry?]

Occupation: Test Annexer

Will Date: 1815

Index: Dio Admons – Armagh

 

Oliver Tracy of Ballyneal [Derry]

Occupation: Farmer

Will Date: 1817

Index: Dio Admons – Armagh

 

19 May 1817 Ship Susquehannagh, Londonderry to Philadelphia 

John Tracy, One Box

 

12th May 1820 Ship Conestoga, Londonderry to Philadelphia

Catherine Tracy, 20, Female, Ireland, U. States

 

1820 The commercial directory of Scotland, Ireland, and the four most Northern counties of England for 1821-22 & 23, etc

John Tracy, Esqrs. Assessor of Taxes, Excise Office, Londonderry

 

1823-1838 Tithe Applotment Books

Henry Treacy, Altaghoney, Cumber Upper, Derry, 1828

Hugh Treacy, Gortilea, Cumber Upper, Derry, 1828

James Tracy, 19, Dunmurry, Ballynasscreen, Derry, 25a0r32p, 1825

James Tracy, Sawlawilly, Cumber Upper, Derry, 1828

James Treacy, Altaghoney, Cumber Upper, Derry, 1828

John Treacy, Gortilea, Cumber Upper, Derry, 1828

Manus Treacy, Gortilea, Cumber Upper, Derry, 1828

Michael Treacy, Gortilea, Cumber Upper, Derry, 1828

Patrick Treacy, Carnanreagh, Cumber Upper, Derry, 1828

Bryan Tracy 1827

Charles Tracy 1827

Francis Tracy 1825

Humphry Tracy 1825

James Tracey 1827

James Tracy 1825

James Tracy 1826

James Tracy 1830 

John Tracey 1825

Michael Tracy 1830 

Neal Tracy 1827

Peter Tracy 1830                     

Peter Treacy 1825

Stephen Treacy 1825

Thomas Tracy 1830 

Widow Treacy 1825

 

John Tracey of Derry

Occupation: Dealer

Will Date: 1826

Index: Dio Admons – Derry

 

1826-7 Coleraine - Wesleyan Methodist Preacher (see Richard Taylor Tracey)

 

August 21 1827 Louisiana Advertiser

On Monday, the 20th inst at 9 o'clock P.M. of the prevailing epidemic, after an illness of four days, Mr. Henry Tracy, of County Derry, Ireland; and for the last twelve months a resident of Mobile Ala...

 

November 1827

Lease of a holding in Dunmurry [Derry?] from the Drapers' Company to James Tracy. D3632/B/29/5

 

Army Deserters

William Tracy, b. 1828 Derry (Londonderry)

William Tracy b.1809 Artray, Londonderry 77th Foot deserted 1828 tailor FMP

 

1830, 1834, 1836 Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Parishes of County Londonderry I,

Ancient Cave

In Ballygillen More and holding of John Tracy there stands the ruins of a cave. It was built with rough land stones and roofed with long flat stones and seemed to divide into different apartments. There are 68 feet of the ruins at ...

 

1831 Census Returns

http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/search/ & http://www.billmacafee.com/1831census/1831derrycensusindex.pdf

Alphabetically

By Area

 

Name, Townland/Street, Parish, County, males in family, females in family, RC, CoI, Pres, male servants, female servants

 

Bernard Treacy, 10 Moneyneeny, Ballynascreen, Londonderry, 2, 5, 7, -, -, -, -

Bryan Treasy, 19 Claudy Village, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 2, 1, 3, -, -, -, -

Bryan Treasy, 31 Craig, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 1, 3, 4, -, -, -, -

Bryan Treasy, 33 Craig, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 4, 1, 5, -, -, -, -

 

Dennis Tracy, 3 Tullans, Coleraine, Londonderry, 4, 2, -, 1, 6, -, 1

 

Eliza Tracy, 27 Magherafelt, Magherafelt, Londonderry, 4, 2, -, 6, -, -, -

 

Fras Tracey, 45 Ballyneal Beg, Artrea, Londonderry, 5, 1, -, 7, -, -, 1

 

Henry Treasy, 47,Tulleintrain, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 4, 2, 6, -, -, -, -

Henry Treasy, 53 Altehoney, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 5, 4, 9, -, -, -, -

Hugh Treasy, 23 Gorteley, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 3, 3, 6, -, -, -, -

Humphry Fracy [Tracy], 20 Ballyneal Beg, Artrea, Londonderry, 1, 1, -, 2, -, -, -, -

 

George Fracy [Tracy], 21 Ballyneal Beg, Artrea, Londonderry, 1, 2, -, 3, -, -, -, -

 

James Treacy, 11 Dunmurry, Ballynascreen, Londonderry, 6, 5, 11, -, -, -, -

Jane Troey [Tracy?], 256 Killowen Part Of Coleraine Tn, Killowen, Londonderry, 2, 4, 6, -, -, -, -

Jas Tracy, 5 Ardground, Cumber Lower, Londonderry, 4, 3, 7, -, -, -, -

Jas Treasy, 54 Altehoney, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 5, 7, 12, -, -, -, -

John Tracey, 27 Brackfield, Cumber Lower, Londonderry, 4, 5, 9, -, -, -, -

John Tracy, 22 Brackfield, Cumber Lower, Londonderry, 1, 1, 2, -, -, -, -

John Trarey [Trasey], 12 Ballygillan More, Artrea, Londonderry, 3, 3, -, 6, -, -, -

John Treasy, 1 Carnan Middle, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 2, 1, 3, -, -, -, -

John Treasy, 22 Gorteley, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 3, 6, 10, -, -, 1, -

John Treasy, 24 Ballygarton, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 1, 1, 2, -, -, -, -

Js Treasy, 28 Salawilly, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 3, 3, 6, 1, -, 1, -

 

Manus Treasy, 37 Gorteley, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 4, 3, 8, -, -, 1, -

Mary Tracy, 561 Coleraine Town Commons, Coleraine, Londonderry, -, 3, -, -, 3, -, -

Mary Tracy, 95 Ferry Key St, Templemore [Londonderry], Londonderry,-, -, 2, 2, -, -, -, -

Mary Triacy, 15 Altinure, Banagher, Londonderry, 1, 5, 6, -, -, -, -

Michl Treasy, 38 Gorteley, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 7, 5, 12, -, -, -, -

 

Owen Treasy, 2 Ballyholly, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 5, 2, 7, -, -, -, -

 

Pat Treasy, 23 Carnan Middle, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 4, 3, 7, -, -, -, -

 

Robt Treasy, 10 Kitcatton Upper, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 6, 2, 8, -, -, -, -

Robt Treasy, 2 Carnan Middle, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 2, 5, 7, -, -, -, -

Robt Treasy, 4 Kellycorr, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 3, 2, 5, -, -, -, -

Roger Tracey, 31 Craigadick, Maghera, Londonderry, 4, 3, 7, -, -, -, -

 

Thomas Treasy, 38,Craig, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 3, 2, 5, -, -, -, -

 

Wm Tracy & Margt McIldowny, 1 Goshedon, Cumber Lower, Londonderry, 6, 4, 4, -, 6, -, -

Wm Tracy, 43 Ballyneal Beg, Artrea, Londonderry, 1, 3, 1, 4, -, -, 1

 

 

Name, Townland/Street, Parish, County, males in family, females in family, RC, CoI, Pres, male servants, female servants

 

John Trarey [Trasey], 12 Ballygillan More, Artrea, Londonderry, 3, 3, -, 6, -, -, -

Fras Tracey, 45 Ballyneal Beg, Artrea, Londonderry, 5, 1, -, 7, -, -, 1

George Fracy [Tracy], 21 Ballyneal Beg, Artrea, Londonderry, 1, 2, -, 3, -, -, -, -

Humphry Fracy [Tracy], 20 Ballyneal Beg, Artrea, Londonderry, 1, 1, -, 2, -, -, -, -

Wm Tracy, 43 Ballyneal Beg, Artrea, Londonderry, 1, 3, 1, 4, -, -, 1

 

James Treacy, 11 Dunmurry, Ballynascreen, Londonderry, 6, 5, 11, -, -, -, -

Bernard Treacy, 10 Moneyneeny, Ballynascreen, Londonderry, 2, 5, 7, -, -, -, -

 

Mary Triacy, 15 Altinure, Banagher, Londonderry, 1, 5, 6, -, -, -, -

 

Dennis Tracy, 3 Tullans, Coleraine, Londonderry, 4, 2, -, 1, 6, -, 1

Mary Tracy, 561 Coleraine Town Commons, Coleraine, Londonderry, -, 3, -, -, 3, -, -

 

Jas Tracy, 5 Ardground, Cumber Lower, Londonderry, 4, 3, 7, -, -, -, -

John Tracy, 22 Brackfield, Cumber Lower, Londonderry, 1, 1, 2, -, -, -, -

John Tracey, 27 Brackfield, Cumber Lower, Londonderry, 4, 5, 9, -, -, -, -

Wm Tracy & Margt McIldowny, 1 Goshedon, Cumber Lower, Londonderry, 6, 4, 4, -, 6, -, -

 

John Treasy, 24 Ballygarton, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 1, 1, 2, -, -, -, -

Owen Treasy, 2 Ballyholly, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 5, 2, 7, -, -, -, -

Henry Treasy, 53 Altehoney, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 5, 4, 9, -, -, -, -

Jas Treasy, 54 Altehoney, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 5, 7, 12, -, -, -, -

John Treasy, 1 Carnan Middle, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 2, 1, 3, -, -, -, -

Robt Treasy, 2 Carnan Middle, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 2, 5, 7, -, -, -, -

Pat Treasy, 23 Carnan Middle, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 4, 3, 7, -, -, -, -

Bryan Treasy, 19 Claudy Village, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 2, 1, 3, -, -, -, -

Bryan Treasy, 31 Craig, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 1, 3, 4, -, -, -, -

Bryan Treasy, 33 Craig, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 4, 1, 5, -, -, -, -

Thomas Treasy, 38,Craig, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 3, 2, 5, -, -, -, -

John Treasy, 22 Gorteley, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 3, 6, 10, -, -, 1, -

Hugh Treasy, 23 Gorteley, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 3, 3, 6, -, -, -, -

Manus Treasy, 37 Gorteley, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 4, 3, 8, -, -, 1, -

Michl Treasy, 38 Gorteley, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 7, 5, 12, -, -, -, -

Robt Treasy, 4 Kellycorr, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 3, 2, 5, -, -, -, -

Js Treasy, 28 Salawilly, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 3, 3, 6, 1, -, 1, -

Henry Treasy, 47,Tulleintrain, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 4, 2, 6, -, -, -, -

Robt Treasy, 10 Kitcatton Upper, Cumber Upper, Londonderry, 6, 2, 8, -, -, -, -

 

Jane Troey [Tracy?], 256 Killowen Part Of Coleraine Tn, Killowen, Londonderry, 2, 4, 6, -, -, -, -

 

Roger Tracey, 31 Craigadick, Maghera, Londonderry, 4, 3, 7, -, -, -, -

 

Eliza Tracy, 27 Magherafelt, Magherafelt, Londonderry, 4, 2, -, 6, -, -, -

 

Mary Tracy, 95 Ferry Key St, Templemore [Londonderry], Londonderry,-, -, 2, 2, -, -, -, -

 

 

 

 

Rent and Valuation of £10 County Electors - County of Londonderry 1841

Michael Tracy of Gortaten Tirkerran Newtown Limavady Union, 1832, house and lands, 16a/3r/15p, rate £12/6/0, rent £11/19/0, registered in 1832 and not since

 

1833 and 1834 OS Memoirs Emigration List

James Tracy, 18, Roman Catholic, from Carrowreagh to Quebec. 1833.

Joseph Tracy, 20, Roman Catholic, from Carrowreagh to Quebec. 1833.

Parish of Desertoghill. Ordnance Survey. Memoirs of Ireland, Parishes of Co Londonderry VIII
1830. 1833-37. 1839 East Londonderryx Vol. 27. Memoir by W. W. Ligar, April 1836

 

1834 Passenger lists

Cahery, Quebec,

Jonathan (or Joseph) Tracey, R.C., 20, Aghadowey         
Margaret Tracey, R.C. (or Presbyterian), 20 (or 21), Aghadowey

1834-1835 Emigration from Aghadowey Parish

References: Ordinance Surveys for Aghadowey Parish

Joseph Tracy, 20, Roman Catholic, from Caheny to Quebec. - 1834

Margret Tracy, 21, Presbyterian, from Caheny to Quebec. - 1834

Extract From Ordnance Survey Notes. (Royal Irish Academy).

 

1835 State of religious and other instruction now existing in Ireland

Diocese of Derry

Errigall: Bellrath school Alicia Tracy mistress. Rates from 1s3d to 1s6d per quarter. Males 24 Females 7. Reading writting arithmetric and needlework.

 

1835 Condition of the poorer classes in Ireland

Par. Drumachose including Town of Newtown Limavaddy

...A begger named Tracy purchased an annuity for £30 or £40; upon being asked how he had become possessed of so large a sum, he at one time said he owned land which he sold; at another, that he acquired the money by begging.

 

1835-1857 Merchant Navy Seamen

Peter Tracy, b. Derry Derry (Londonderry)

Phili Treacy, b. 1833 Derry Derry (Londonderry)

 

13 June 1836 Ship Courage
Londonderry, Ireland to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
125 Catherine Tracy 40

126 Felix Tracy  20

 

August [1839?] Barque Bradshaw, Londonderry to Philadelphia

Ann [Tracy?] 22 Spinster Ireland United States

 

6-Aug-1841 Freemans Journal

Repeal Philadelphia

The following are the names of the Friends of Ireland in Philadelphia, who subscribed the magnificent sum of £200, noticed in Monday's proceedings at the Association.

Philip Treacy, Derry.

 

Boarding Pupils of Loughash Agricultural School
James Tracy of County Derry, entered Sep 1839, father is patron, attended 2 years and went home, emigrated by 1854?
James Tracey of County Derry, entered May or Nov 1849, mother is patron, attended 3 years, emigrated by 1854?
1850 [1231] [1231-II] The sixteenth report of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland.
Boarding pupils at Loughash Agricultural College, James Tracey, entered May 1849, resides Co. Derry, mother is patron, still at school.
Rev. W. Treacy, Tiermohan, Clonunry, Kildare 
1851 [1405] [1405-II] The seventeenth report of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland. (For the year 1850.) 
Scholarship to agricultural college, James Tracey
1852-53 [1582] [1583] The eighteenth report of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland. (For the year 1851.) 
Loughash agricultural college, James Tracey, still at school
1852-53 [1688] [1689] The nineteenth report of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland. (For the year 1852.) 
Loughash agricultural college, James Tracey, entered Dec '49, Emigrated to America, left June '52
 

1843 RIC

John Treacy, 5410

Jno Treacy, 5410, 20 (b.c. 1823), 17 Feb 1843, b. Londonderry, RC, married April 1848, wife b. Mayo, Lab, to Reserve Roscommon 18/2/44

 

Am looking for more information on a John Treacy #5410 to determine if he is indeed "our" john Treacy. specifically death date, wife name, where pension sent to after his death (wifes name etc I have other possiblities but this is most likely

thanks katy siswo...@aol.com july 17, 2000

 
 

1846-1851 New York arrivals

 

Edward Tracey, age 44, Labourer, Ireland to USA, Londonderry: Marion 04/12/1847

Rose Tracey, age 44, Spinster, Ireland to USA, Londonderry: Marion 04/12/1847

 

Laurence Tracy, age 30, Labourer, Great Britain to USA, Liverpool & Londonderry, Cambria 03/07/1849

Mrs. Tracy, age 30, Servant, Great Britain to USA, Liverpool & Londonderry, Cambria 03/07/1849

John Tracy, age 02, Child, Great Britain to USA, Liverpool & Londonderry: Cambria 03/07/1849

Peggy Tracy, Born at Sea (died), Great Britain to USA, Liverpool & Londonderry: Cambria 03/07/1849

 

Hanah, Tracy, age 55, Spinster, Ireland to New York, Londonderry: March of Clysdale 05/01/1849

Cath. Tracy, age 17, Spinster, Ireland to New York, Londonderry: March of Clysdale 05/01/1849

 

Betty Tracy, age 18, Immigrant, Ireland to USA, Londonderry: Java 05/28/1849

 

Cornelius Treasy, 20, M, farmer, Derry, Fanny, Londonderry to New York 1 May 1850

James Treasy, 9, M, child, Derry, Fanny, Londonderry to New York 1 May 1850

 

Honora Tracy, age 25, Labourer, Ireland to USA, Londonderry: Enterprise 01/27/1851

 

 

1847 Alexander Tracy, born Derry, Ireland.

Attestation papers to serve in the Royal Marines at Woolwich 1847 (when aged 19).

Discharged [discharge date not given] as [discharge reason not given].

Admiralty: Royal Marines: Attestation Forms ADM 157/48/365

 

1798-1914 Register of Enlisted USA

John Tracy, 25 years, grey eyes, brown hair, light complexion, 5’7”, born Londonderry Ireland, tailor, enlisted 19 Apr 1847 Providence by Capt Dewolf, 9 Inf, deserted 21st April 47

John Tracy, enlisted 7 Oct 1861 at Longansport [Indiana] for 3 years, born Londonderry Ireland, 30 years, labourer, grey eyes, brown hair, dark complexion, 5’7”, 16 Inf A, Dischrd June 24/62 for disabilirty D, at Flareude Ala, a Private [double entry]

Thomas B Tracy, enlisted 12 June 1866 Dubuque Ia by Lieut Arnold for 3 years, born Londonderry Ireland, 21 years, farmer, blue eyes, light hair, ruddy complexion, 5’11”, 1 Inf, B? coy, Dis 15 sep 66

 

Michael Tracy, Derry – matriculated 12/9/1849 (Students of Maynooth)

Royal College of Maynooth

Michael Treacy, age 20, entered 12 September 1849, studying Logic, elected Dunboyne student 1855, continued in residence, 1856 to Derry

31st December 1869 Principal Officers of District Asylums

Londonderry, Rev. M. Tracey, Roman Catholic Chaplain, £25 salary

29th June 1871, 1st July 1872, 1st August 1873 District Asylum

Londonderry, Rev. M. Tracey, Roman Catholic Chaplain, appointed 10 June 1869, £25 salary

1871 & 1872 Londonderry County Goal - Accounts

Rev. Michael Treacey, Roman Catholic Chaplain £43/3/1 salary

1874 Return of Grants by Irish National Education Board to Convent and Monastic Schools

Rev. M. Tracy, manager St. Columb's, nuns, male & female, 3 or 7 teachers

Rev. M. Tracy, manager Shantallow

Michael Tracy P.P.: Letters of Administration (with the Will annexed) of the personal estate of Thomas Falkner late of Londonderry County Londonderry Labourer deceased who died 13 December 1870 at same place were granted at Londonderry to the Reverend Michael Tracy of Londonderry aforesaid R.C. Clergyman the Residuary Legatee in trust. Date Of Grant: 21/11/1874 Effects: Effects under £200

27 March 1875 (N) Killeenan (from the Ulster Examiner)

...procession...5000 persons present. They assembled in an adjoining field, in which a suitable platform was previously erected...On the motion of James m'Analey, Killeenan, seconded by Mr James M'Cracken, Mr Patrick Tracey, Cloghfin (brother to the Rev Michael Tracey, Adm, Londonderry) was called to the chair...

Michael Tracey PP: The Will (with one Codicil) of Roger M'Cormick late of Wapping-lane Londonderry Dealer deceased who died 21 January 1881 at same place was proved at Londonderry by Michael Tracey of Dungiven in said County Parish Priest Joseph Mullen Draper and Bernard Hannigan Pawnbroker both of Londonderry aforesaid the surviving Executors. Date Of Grant: 16/02/1881 Effects: Effects under £4,000

Michael Tracy P.P.: The Will of Henry Mullan late of Gortgarn County Londonderry Farmer deceased who died 23 February 1882 at same place was proved at Londonderry by the Reverend Michael Tracy P.P. and the Reverend Francis Healy C.C. both of Dungiven in said County the Executors. Date Of Grant: 05/04/1882 Effects: Effects £170

15 February 1890 (N) Death

The death is announced of the Rev. Michael Tracey, P.P. V.F., of Dungiven. The senior members of the community in Desertmartin, where he first officiated, and many more of the people of Derry, where he ministered afterwards for about eighteen years, will hear of the event with feelings of unfeigned respect for his memory. Born in the year 1826 in Lower Badony, he became an ecclesiastical student of the Brow of the Hill Seminanry, under the presidency of Father Patrick Campbell. He passed thence with credit to the college of Maynooth. Having served in Desertmartin as curate for some years, the late reverend prelate Dr. Kelly brought him to the City of Derry, where he officiated for about eighteen years. He then appointed him to the important charge of Dungiven parish about the year 1876. After the death of Father Daniel Magee (who, with Rev. William M'Laughlin, was his colleague in the ministry in Derry City), he succeeded him as Master of Conference of the county Derry Deanery. Under his pastorate in Dungiven, which extended over thirteen years, the new church of St. Patrick was erected cl;ose to the town on the noble site procured by his predecessor, Very Rev. Father Dan Mooney, and of this undoubtedly fine building Father Tracey was justly proud, being heard now and then to put forward its claim to be the second best Catholic Church in this diocese of Derry.

1890 Irish Society and London companies (Irish estates) - Paper handed in by Mr. E.H. Draper 14 July 1890

Indenture made between the Skinners' Comapany, the Irish Land Commission and the Rev. M. Tracey of Dungiven [Londonderry] 1888

[The priest house at] Dungiven is being claimed by his sister...The house of the priest, for which he paid a rent...to Dr. Todd...an application was made by Father Tracey or his representatives [to buy]...Father Tracey's family, as I understand, have not given it to the church, but have kept if for themselves.

Deed of sale in April 1888, as between the company and the Rev. Michael Tracey of Dungiven; terms under which an advance is made to the latter by the Irish Land Commission for the purchase of his holding, App. 594, 595. ...Father Tracey died about a year ago...

1894 Return of advances under Purchase of Land

16 Mar 1894, Patrick Tracy and Mary Tracy of Dungiven Londonderry, Vendor: The Skinners Company, 14a/3r/38p, value £15/10/0, rent £18/18/0, gross £285, cash £285, deposit £57

 

1850 Superior to Philadelphia

Bernard Tracy of Claudy

Ship Superior, Londonderry to Philadelphia Sep [September?] 13 1850

Bernard Tracy 17 Male  Ireland USA

1851 Mary Ann to Philadelphia

Hugh Tracy of Claudy

Susan

Margaret

1852 Mary Ann to St. John

Anne Tracey of Enniskillen

Pat (13)

Peter (11)

Thomas (9)

Catherine (5)

1852 Barbara to Philadelphia

Charles Tracy of Moville

1852 Anne to Philadelphia

Ann Tracey of Omagh

Bark Anne, Liverpool & Londonderry To Philadelphia, May 29 1852

130 Ann Tracy  16 F Servant Londonderry Irish Philadelphia

1853 Mary Anne to St. John

Nancy Tracey (30) of Learmount

Winfreda (10)

John (8)

William (6)

1853 Mary Ann to St. John

Bessy Tracy of Enniskillen

1854 Aldolph Werner to Quebec

Jane Tracey (28) of Omagh

Thomas (7)

Ellen (5)

Ann (3)

Edward (1)

1855 Superior to Quebec

Michael Tracey (28) of Omagh

1856 Mary Ann to St. John

Mary Treasy (20) of Tempo

1859 Elizabeth to St. John

Margaret Tracey (19) of Tempo

3/64 5/64 Mohongo

Ferrard Tracy

4/65 5/65 Lady Emily Peel

Mary Tracy?, Ferrar P.O. Co. Tyrone

February 4, 1867 Village Belle Londonderry Engaged at Philadelphia

Jane Tracy, Gortleigh Cumber Clady PO

Irish Passenger Lists 1847-1871 Londonderry. Genealogical Society.

 

1851 Census

John & Nancy Tracey, Children Margaret (8) Mary (8)

Londonderry, Tirkeeran, Clondermot, Knockbrack

Claimant M Edwards

James Tracy (60) & Nancy (57) - Children Nancy (19) Unity (17) Ned (8) Hugh (7)

Londonderry, Tirkeeran, Cumber Lr, Crossballycormick

Index to appendix

Tracey, 456 Bridget, Edward, George, Henry, John, Mary

Tracey, 472 Rosey

Masterson, Josephine (1996) Census of Ireland Abstract 1841/1851. Indianapolis.

The Old Age Pension Act was introduced in 1908. Pension claimants had to prove their age. Those born before 1864 used the 1841 and 1851 census.

Annie Tracey, Londonderry

Catherine Tracey nee Mullan (Londonderry)

Margt. Edwards nee Tracey (Londonderry)

 

IG Record 7851

Tracey John Henry Tracey Margaret Altahoney Cumber Upper Tirkeeran Londonderry Or with Moses ELLIS head of house. Family - John, Mary Jane, Henry. 1851 Found Moses ELLIS 52 head not married, Margt. 25 sister not married, Mary 38 sister married, George 15 nephew, John 3 nephew, Henry 43 brother in law absent? (or died).

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-6.html?lang=en&limit=100&limitstart=7800

 

IG Record 8055

Tracey Annie John Tracey Kate Fairney Cumber Lower Tirkeeran Londonderry Please search for James and Nancy (Ann) Tracey, Altaghoney, Cumber Upper. 1851 Found James 60 and Nancy 57 Tracy married 1820, unmarried daughters Nancy 19 and Unity 17, visitors Ned Tracy 8yrs and Hugh Tracy 7yrs.

 

IG Record 8068

Tracey nee MULLAN Catherine John MULLAN Sarah Ervey Cumber Lower Tirkeeran Londonderry 1851 Mary 12, John 10, Margt. 6, Wm. 3, Susan 3, Cath not on form.

 

IG Record 8081

EDWARDS nee Tracey Margt. John Tracey Nancy Knockbrack Clondermott Tirkeeran Londonderry 1851 Parents married 1850, Margaret not on form.

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-6.html?lang=en&limit=100&limitstart=8000

 

IG Record 27941

DEVINE Mary Patrick DEVINE Martha DEVINE nee Treacy Sallowilly Cumber Upper Tirkeeran Londonderry 1920 - Agent, Glenrandle N.S., Claudy, Derry. Family - Eleanor, Nancy, Mary, Patrick, James, Bridget, John. 1851 Eleanor 5, Nancy 2, Mary 6mos.

Sallowilly, Cumber Upper, Co. Londonderry

Martha Treacy    mother

 

IG Record 27903

MORAN Hugh --- --- Altahony Cumber Upper Tirkeeran Londonderry 1917 - Kangaroo Hills, via Ingham, N. Queensland. Head of family - James Tracy, grandfather. 1851 James 60 and Nancy 57 Tracy married 1820, with Ned Tracy 8, visitor, Hugh Tacy 7, visitor, no Hugh Moran.

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-6.html?lang=en&limit=100&limitstart=39400

 

1851 UK Census

William Tracy, 38 years, married, Shoemaker Journeyman, Londonderry C Umbar, Royal Infirmary, Lady Yesters, Edinburgh - Midlothian

 

Apr 1851 to Jul 1853 Deposit Account Bishops Philadelphia Bank Volume 2 page 501 [page]

Philip Tracey, 30 years, Derry

http://digital.library.villanova.edu/Item/vudl:202764

 

MISSING ADVERTISMENTS NORTH AMERICA

Name of Missing

Home county

Arrival

AD Date

SEEKER

CONTACT

George Treacy

(Policeman* 1839 Dundalk)

Cumber, Cumber Upper, Londonderry

Liverpool

Philadelphia, PA

7/10/1854

 Bridget Treacy (sister)

Andrew Connerton

310 Wa, Cincinnati, OH

* No listing for a George Treacy in the RIC, may be James Tracey see below.

Of Geo Treacy, of parish Cumber, co Derry, who went to Dundalk in `31, joined the police, and remained until 39, when he went to Liverpool and thence to New York, - now supposed to be in Philadelphia. Information will be received by his sisters, Bridget and Elizabeth, addressed to the care of Andrew Connerton, 410 Walnut st, Cincinnati, O.

1837-1840 Assizes

Louth Constabulary...Sub-Constable 1st Class...James Tracey/Tracy

1840-7 Assizes

Louth Constabulary...George Tracy, Constable 1st Class & Constable

 

1856 Subscriber

Rev. James Tracy, Dunboyne, Student, from Derry

Bourke, Ulick Joseph (1856) The college Irish grammar: compiled chiefly with a view to aid the students of St. Patrick's Maynooth. Dublin.

 

September 4, 1856 (BL) Popish Idolatry in Glasgow - Procession of an Image

(From the Glasgow Free Press - Roman Catholic Organ)...Mr. Tracy of All Hallows, Drumcondra, was cross bearer...

[1857] Certainly, a decade later, similar complaints were being relayed to All Hallows. From the Salford diocese, Bishop William Turner wrote that he was unable to accept one student priest, even on a short-term basis, 'for six months or any period'. In refusing him, he said, 'I am sorry that Mr Tracey is so ultra-Irish but I hope that the advice and caution you will deem it necessary to give him would have its due effect'. [AHC Salford. Bishop William Turner to Reverend Dr Woodlock, 14 December 1857]

McNicholas. Anthony (2007) Politics, Religion and the Press: Irish Journalism in Mid-Victorian England. Peter Lang, Oxford.

11 April 1858 (N) Ecclesiastical

The Rev J Treacy...appointed by the Bishop of Pittsburgh, US, to solicit aid towards defraying the debt incurred in the erection of the Cathedral...Kilkenny...

All Hallows College...the Archbishop of Dublin conferred tonsure on...John Tracy...Bernard Tracy...

2 April 1859 (N) Ecclesiastical

All Hallows College...Annual Report...John Tracy, Sub-deacon, to Salford, England...Bernard Tracy, Deacon, to the Seminary of St. Sulpice, to prepare for Scotland, W.D.

...Dean Bernard Tracy was born in Claudy, Co. Derry on April 24, 1832 and studied for the priesthood at All Hallows College, Dublin and St. Sulpice, Paris. He was ordained priest for the Western District of Scotland...

Ulster folklife, Committee on Ulster Folklife and Traditions, 1993

11 March 1867 (FJ) All Hallows College, Dublin

...Rev Bernard Tracy, Pollockshaw, NB £1...

7th July 1866 The Tablet

Address And Presentation To The Rev. Bernard Tracy, Of Pollokshaws.

On Friday the Catholics of Pollokshaws, Thornliebank, Cathcart, and Crossmyloof met in the school-room attached to the church, and presented their pastor, the Rev. Bernard Tracy, with a gold chalice, a handsome suit of vestments, and a purse of fifty sovereigns.

The chair was occupied by the Rev. Thomas Keane, Barrhead, besides whom we observed on the platform the Rev. Messrs. M'IsTainara, Cronin, Tracy, Duffy, &c.; Dr. George Smith, Messrs. M‘Aleer, Connolly, Houston, and Montague.

The CHAIRMAN, cm rising to introduce the business of the evening, expressed his gratification at the excellent assembly before him. He believed it was no exaggeration to say that the improvements in Pollokshaws were at least equal to those of any other place in Scotland, hence the desire of those present to mark their sense of these by presenting their pastor with a testimonial, or rather testimonials, as a proof of their esteem and regard for him. He then called on the secretary to read the address.

The address was printed on pink satin. The vestments and chalice are chaste works of art and design.

After the presentation, the Rev. BERNARD TRACY rose to reply, and was warmly applauded be all present. He referred to that part of the address which spoke of his labours among them. He acknowledged there was some selfishness in his desire to build the new church. No one suffered more than he did, even after having built a gallery and removed the vestry of the old church, in which they then were gathered. He asked advice, and being urged by the necessities of his congregation commenced to build. True, he might have been satisfied and contented with four bare walls, like the old place, fit enough for a Scottish congregation. But, travelling through France, he saw a venerable church with a motto on it, which he always endeavoured to fulfil—" Let there be nothing trivial in the service of God." The church they had erected would speak and preach to generations yet unborn.

After some further remarks, the rev. gentleman referred to the good dispositions of many of the parochial boards—especially the City Board—who kindly allowed Catholic children to be boarded with Catholic families, and, in fact, preferred them for this class of children. The speaker paid a high, and, we believe, a well-deserved compliment, to the Inspector of the City Board.

The proceedings of the evening were enlivened by some excellent singing by the popular favourites, Miss Johnstone, Mr. Thompson, and others.—Glasgow Free Press.

1st April 1893 The Tablet

Glasgow Clerical Appointments.—The following appointments have been made : The Rev. B. Tracy to Barrhead...

 

5th March 1927 The Tablet

CLERICAL APPOINTMENTS.—In the Diocese of Plymouth, it is announced, the following appointments have recently been made : the Rev. B. Tracy goes to Tavistock, where he will be chaplain to the Carmelite convent and also have pastoral charge

22nd October 1932 The Tablet

In the Diocese of Plymouth the Rev. Charles Scanlan has been transferred to Lulworth from Bridport; he is succeeded in the latter town by the Rev. Bernard Tracy, from Lulworth.

20th March 1937 The Tablet

Catholics who would like to know more about this attractive little town should write for particulars to the Rev. Bernard Tracy, Catholic Church, Victoria Grove, Bridport, Dorset.

 

Griffiths Valuation Derry 1858-59

[IMPORTANT: Please note that the continuation of the land records to 1933 is now available at the PRONI http://www.proni.gov.uk/index/search_the_archives/val12b.htm]

Alphabetical

By area

Bernard Tracey, Dunmurry Ballynascreen Derry

 

Bridget Treacy, Gortilea Cumber Upper Derry

 

Eliza Tracey, Ballyneill Beg Artrea Derry

 

Francis Tracey, Ballyneill Beg Artrea Derry

Francis Tracy, Clady Cumber Upper Derry

 

George Tracy, Lisglass Clondermot Derry

 

Hugh Tracy, Sallowilly Cumber Upper Derry

 

James Tracy, Altaghoney Cumber Upper Derry

James Tracy, Gosheden Cumber Lower Derry

James Tracy, Sallowilly Cumber Upper Derry

 

John Tracey, Ballymore Carrick Derry

John Tracey, Knockbrack Clondermot Derry

John Tracy, Brackfield Cumber Lower Derry

John Tracy, Fawney Cumber Lower Derry

John Tracy, Gosheden Cumber Lower Derry

John Treacy, Gortilea Cumber Upper Derry

 

Manus Treacy, Kinculbrack Cumber Upper Derry

 

Margaret Treacy, Gortilea Cumber Upper Derry

 

Mary Treacy, Teeavan Banagher Derry

 

Robert Tracy, Kilcattan Cumber Upper Derry

 

Thomas Tracy, Cregg Cumber Upper Derry

 

William Tracey, Killyfaddy Artrea Derry

William Tracy, Gosheden Cumber Lower Derry

Eliza Tracey, Ballyneill Beg Artrea Derry

Francis Tracey, Ballyneill Beg Artrea Derry

William Tracey, Killyfaddy Artrea Derry

 

Bernard Tracey, Dunmurry Ballynascreen Derry

 

Mary Treacy, Teeavan Banagher Derry

 

John Tracey, Ballymore Carrick Derry

 

John Tracey, Knockbrack Clondermot Derry

George Tracy, Lisglass Clondermot Derry

 

James Tracy, Gosheden Cumber Lower Derry John Tracy, Brackfield Cumber Lower Derry

John Tracy, Fawney Cumber Lower Derry

John Tracy, Gosheden Cumber Lower Derry

William Tracy, Gosheden Cumber Lower Derry

 

Bridget Treacy, Gortilea Cumber Upper Derry

Francis Tracy, Clady Cumber Upper Derry

Hugh Tracy, Sallowilly Cumber Upper Derry

James Tracy, Altaghoney Cumber Upper Derry

James Tracy, Sallowilly Cumber Upper Derry

John Treacy, Gortilea Cumber Upper Derry

Manus Treacy, Kinculbrack Cumber Upper Derry

Margaret Treacy, Gortilea Cumber Upper Derry

Robert Tracy, Kilcattan Cumber Upper Derry

Thomas Tracy, Cregg Cumber Upper Derry

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

Betty Tracey 12 May 1903 Orchard Row Londonderry, spinster, to Henry F. Harkin, law clerk

Felix Tracy 7 May 1883 Gortilea Londonderry, Robert James Craig of Craigdarragh and Daviv Craig of Oaks Lodge

George Tracey 16 Dec 1899 Lisglass Londonderry, farmer, to Joseph Deehan, Farmer

Henry Tracey 11 Feb 1877 Altahoney Londonderry, farmer, to daughter Bridget Feeny of Craig Claudy

John Tracey 16 Oct 1916 Ballymaclenaghan late of Gortilea Londonderry, farmer, to Robert Tracey and Frank tracey, farmers

John Tracey 24 Jan 1893 Lower Craig Claudy Londonderry, farmer, to James Tracey, farmer

John Tracey 4 Apr 1883 Mulderg Londonderry, farmer, to Mary Tracey, daughter

John Tracy 10 Apr 1917 Mulderg Claudy Londonderry, farmer, to Thomas McLaughlin, farmer

John Tracy 4 Apr 1883 Mulderg Londonderry, farmer, to nancy Tracy widow

Mary Tracy 3 Mar 1909 Dungiven Londonderry, spinster, to The Reverend Peter Tracy RCC

Michael Tracey Reverend 5 Feb 1890 Dungivin Londonderry, by Reverand Francis Healy Dungivin CC

William Tracey 29 Nov 1905 Lisglass Londonderry, farmer, to Joseph Deehan, farmer and Michael Tracey, merchant

 

Patrick Conway 21 Aug 1877 Londonderry, to Michael Tracey of Dungiven, guardian of Mary Conway a minor

Roger M'Cormick 21 Jan 1881 Londonderry [Rev] Michael Tracey of Dungiven, Joseph Mullen Bernard Hannigan

James Lynch 13 Aug 1908 Londonderry, to Thomas Tracey Shoe Merchant

Thomas Falkner 13 Dec 1870 Londonderry, to Reverend Michael Tracy of Londonderry

Henry Mullan 23 Feb 1882 Londonderry , to Reverend Michael Tracy P.P. and the Reverend Francis Healy C.C. both of Dungiven

James Barr 12 Dec 1913 Londonderry, to Michael Tracy Merchant

 

January 8, 1859 (FJ) Propagation of the Faith

Diocese of Derry, Parish of Faugh, per the Rev Michael Tracy CC...

5 February 1861 (FJ) Marriage

January 30, in the Catholic Church, Derry, by the Rev. M. Tracey...

12 August 1861 (FJ) Catholic Intelligence

...conferred priest's orders on...Michael Tracy...-Derry Journal

1861 Ulster Street Directory

Londonderry

Roman Catholic Chapel, Long Tower - …Rev. Michael Tracey…Parochial House, Ship quay Street.

20 November 1862 (FJ) Catholic Deaf & Dumb, Cabra

...Rev. M. Tracy CC, Derry 2s6d...

1863 Subscriber: Rev M. Tracy CC, Londonderry.

Malone, Rev Sylvester (1863) A Church History of Ireland … Kelly, Dublin.

18 December 1869 (FJ) from the Derry Journal

...the Rev. Michael Tracey, sermon...[Orange parade]...

15 February 1870 (FJ)

...the Rev. Michael Tracey, one of the Catholic curates of Derry, addressed the congregation...in terms of praise of the exertions of the Catholic people of Derry at the last elections...

1875 (451) National Education (Ireland)

Rev. M. Tracy, Manager, St. Columb's Convent?, Londonderry

4 March 1876 (N) The Ulster Catholic Association

...Derry...Rev. M. Tracy, Adm. Derry...-Ulster Examiner

1870 Londonderry Asylum

Rev M Tracey (RC)

 

Bark Prima Donna, Londonderry to Philadelphia 11 June, 1860

Rosanna Tracey 30 Spinster Ireland United States

 

1850-1883 New York Emigrant Savings Bank Records

 

5 Mar 1860 23111 George Tracy, jonta, nat Londonderry and with his wife, of Gayard St, 73, is single, parents dead, Charles & Williamina or wife Mary Tracy, housekeeper, nat Ardee Louth Ireland ard 1848 per "Masque Norna?" is married to George Tracy no child

28 Jan 1868 63436 Mary Tracy of 35 Market St same as 23111 or husband George Tracy of 35 Market St

28 Jan 1868 63437 Mary Tracey, of 73 Payaret St, HK [house keeper], born Louth, ard 1849 "Masque Norna" hus George or Mary J Tracey, of 73 W 46th Sy, domestic, born Co Derry, ard 1855 Fa Jno Mo McCaughney

 

28 Jan 1868 63437 Mary J Tracy, of 73 West & 6th, domestic, born 1840 Derry, ard 1855 per BLANK Fa John Mo Martha Caughney

 

1860- British War Office (WO97) – Chelsea Hospital

Hugh Tracey, b. 1857 Derry, Derry (Londonderry)

William Tracey, b. 1879 Londonderry, Derry (Londonderry)

William Tracey, b. 1887 Londonderry, Derry (Londonderry)

Militia Service Records (WO96) [Home Guard/Territorial Army]

Patrick Tracey, b. 1886, Londonderry, Derry (Londonderry)

William Tracey, b. 1886, Londonderry, Derry (Londonderry)

 

1860 US Census

Oliver Tracy, 42 years, b. Londonderry Ireland, Buxton, York, Maine

Margaret Tracy, 38 years, b. Londonderry Ireland, Buxton, York, Maine

Mary J Tracy, 17 years, b. Londonderry Ireland, Buxton, York, Maine

 

1861 Census New Brunswick, Canada

Ann, Tracy, 1854, 38, Bapt, Lincoln, Sunbury, From Derry

 

1861 [2873] [2873-I] The twenty-seventh report of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland, (for the year 1860.)

Michael Tracy, third class, Glendermott, Londonderry, £1.10.0

 

British Civil Service Evidence Of Age

Robert Tracey, born 1861 Knockbrack Londonderry Ireland

 

Matoaka arrived Canterbury 10 Feb 1862 (assisted emigration)

John Tracey, 22 years, single, farm labourer, of Londonderry

15 February 1862 Lyttelton Times, NZ

The Matoaka. The following is a list of the Provincial Government immigrants:-...single men...John Tracey, Londonderry, farm labourer...

7 May 1868 Otago Daily Times, NZ

Missing Friends...John Tracey, native of Bally Neil, County Londonderry, Ireland, who came to New Zealand by the Matoaka, in 1861, is requested to write to his Brother, Francis Tracey, Maitland street, Dunadin, Otago, N.Z. Nelson and Canterbury papers please copy.

 

1862 - 1864 National education (Ireland)

Catherine Tracy R.C., principal, female R.C., 5 EC/99 RC/11 Pres, Waterside, Glendermott, Londonderry

Michael Tracey R.C., principal, R.C., 3 EC/95 RC/1 Pres, Glendermott, Glendermott, Londonderry

 

4 February 1864 (FJ) Tracy v. Irwin [Derry]

This was an action brought by the plaintiff, an aged man, to recover damages for the seduction of his daughter by the defendant. The parties live in Craig, in the county of Londonderry. The plaintiff is a labourer, and his daughter works in a factory in the neighbourhood. The defendant keeps a grocery and provisions store in the village of Craig...Rose Tracy, a young woman...In November 1862, she went one day as usual to the store...dealt in the defendant's store for nine years...went to Craig National School...her parents knew nothing of the matter till the child was born...

 

1864 – State Registered Births (See HOME for full list of Births and Marriages up to 1899)

Tracey, Ellen, Londonderry, Donegal/Derry. 2 162

Tracey, Patrick, Londonderry, Donegal/Derry. 17 201

Tracey, Thomas, Londonderry, Donegal/Derry. 17 204

Tracy, Mary, Magherafelt, Derry. 11 682

Tracy, William, Newtownlimavady, Derry. 16 856

 

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

Felix Treacy, Balyna, Enfield, Kildare & Leighlin

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

John Tracy, Cappoquin, Waterf. & Lism.

Michael Tracy, Derry, Derry

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

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

Wm. Treacy, Kilcock, Kildare & Leighlin

 

1870

Letters of Administration (with the Will annexed) of the personal estate of Thomas Falkner late of Londonderry County Londonderry Labourer deceased who died 13 December 1870 at same place were granted at Londonderry to the Reverend Michael Tracy of Londonderry aforesaid R.C. Clergyman the Residuary Legatee in trust.

 

1871 British Census

Elizabeth Tracy, b. abt 1839 Londonderry Ireland, Herefordshire England

 

John Davis, Head, 48, b. 1823 London, Leather And Cloth Japanner, Regent Road Salford Lancashire

Margaret Davis, Wife, 44, b. 1827 Derry Ireland, Cotton Mill, Regent Road Salford Lancashire

Margaret Tracy, Step-Daughter, 19, unmarried, b. 1852 Drogheda Ireland, Cotton Mill, Regent Road Salford Lancashire

 

1871 & 1872 Commissioners of National Education in Ireland: thirty-eighth report

Catherine Tracy, teacher of 12 year old females, Waterside, Londonderry, in receipt of Good Service Salary

 

'Appendix: The Ulster estates'. City of London Livery Companies Commission. 1884

D.) Memorial to the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers, London, from their Tenantry on the Manor of Walworth, County of Londonderry.

That memorialists pray your Worshipful Company will take the premises into your favourable consideration, and memorialists, as in duty bound, will ever pray.

20th September 1872.

John Tracey, Mulderg. old rent £5/15/0, new rent £8

Felix Treacy/Tracy, Gortilea. Old rent £10 new rent £14

 

Janet Court, Glasgow to Otago 29 May 1874 (assisted emigration)

Michael Tracy, 32 years, married, farm labourer, Londonderry (promisary note £21)

Catherine Tracy, 32 years

James Tracy, 10 years

Thomas Tracy, 9 years

Francis Tracy, 7 years

Mary Tracy, 5 years

George Tracy, 4 years

Cath A Tracy, 2 years

 

22 October 1874 (FJ) Londonderry 21st October 1874

The business of Seed Merchants and Nurserymen hitherto carried on by Blayney Leslie, James M'Cann, Daniel Treacy (the executors of Michael Farrell, deceased) and John Farrell trading under the name and style of Fergus Farrell and Son at 119 and 120 Capel street, Dublin, will, on and after this date be continued under the same name and style by the undersigned, to whom the debts due to the said late firm are payable. J. and R. Wilson.

 

1874 The Prisons of Ireland - Parlimentary Papers

Londonderry Gaol...Officers and Salaries, Non-Resident...Rev. Michael Treacey, Roman Catholic Chaplain £46.3.1

 

Bebington arrived Auckland 15 Jul 1876 (assisted emigration)

Thos G Trassey, 22 years, single, farm laborer, Londonderry

Richd Trassey, 20 years, single, farm laborer, Londonderry

16 September 1876

Letter from John Gilmore, Tauranga [New Zealand] to his parents….'strange to say that 2 of the young men that went from Belfast was the first that died and 2 brothers. Their (?) name was Trassy; Robert seen them in Belfast… ' T1611/2

Bebington Gravesend to New Zealand 26 February 1876

(Passenger) John Gilmore...wrote...17 died and strange to say that 2 of the young men that went from Belfast was the first that died and 2 brothers. There name was Trassy. Robert seen them in Belfast...22 year old Francis and 20 year old Richard Tracey died from Typhus fever on 8 and 12 April respectively. For a list of those who died during the passage see the New Zealand Herald 17 July 1876 p.2

Proceedings and Debates of the British Parliaments Respecting North America By Great Britain Parliament, Scotland Parliament, Leo Francis Stock Published by The Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1924

Arrival of the Bebington July 15

April 8, Francis Tracey, 22 years typhus fever;

April 12, Richard Tracey, 20 years, typhus fever;

29 July 1876 Daily Southern Cross, NZ

 

1880 Return of crimes

20 Oct 1878, Intimidation, Samuel Caldwell R.I.C. & John Tracey, Londonderry

 

British Postal Service Appointments

James P Tracey, 1913, Londonderry

James P Tracey, 1914, Boyle [Longford]

James P Tracey, 1920, Londonderry

James P Tracey, 1924, Belfast

James P Tracey, 1942, Northern Ireland

R Tracey, 1887, Londonderry

Robt Tracey, 1880, Londonderry to St Johnston  [Donegal]

Robt Tracey, 1884, Londonderry; Cullion  [Donegal]

 

1881 British Census (LDS)

F Tracy, 34 years, born Derry, single, Bommardier RA, No 6 Tower Cheriton Kent

Henry Tracey, 23 years, born Londonderry, single, Police (Constable), 39 King St Stafford Lanc

 

The Will of Henry Mullan late of Gortgarn County Londonderry Farmer deceased who died 23 February 1882 at same place was proved at Londonderry by the Reverend Michael Tracy P.P. and the Reverend Francis Healy C.C. both of Dungiven in said County the Executors.

 

15 February 1890 (N) Death

The death is announced of the Rev. Michael Tracey, P.P. V.F., of Dungiven. The senior members of the community in Desertmartin, where he first officiated, and many more of the people of Derry, where he ministered afterwards for about eighteen years, will hear of the event with feelings of unfeigned respect for his memory. Born in the year 1826 in Lower Badony, he became an ecclesiastical student of the Brow of the Hill Seminanry, under the presidency of Father Patrick Campbell. He passed thence with credit to the college of Maynooth. Having served in Desertmartin as curate for some years, the late reverend prelate Dr. Kelly brought him to the City of Derry, where he officiated for about eighteen years. He then appointed him to the important charge of Dungiven parish about the year 1876. After the death of Father Daniel Magee (who, with Rev. William M'Laughlin, was his colleague in the ministry in Derry City), he succeeded him as Master of Conference of the county Derry Deanery. Under his pastorate in Dungiven, which extended over thirteen years, the new church of St. Patrick was erected cl;ose to the town on the noble site procured by his predecessor, Very Rev. Father Dan Mooney, and of this undoubtedly fine building Father Tracey was justly proud, being heard now and then to put forward its claim to be the second best Catholic Church in this diocese of Derry. [see also Cloghfin, Donegal]

22 August 1890 Freeman's Journal

... of miss Tracy, who holds the parochial house of Dungiven and certain lands attached under a will of her brother, the late parish priest. The house and lands have ...

 

Peter Tracy, Derry - matriculated 29/8/1890 ordained 20/6/1897 (Students of Maynooth)

 

1892 Return of judicial rents

George Tracey Of Lisglass Londonderry, landlord Robert Stevenson, 26a/0r/0p, poor valuation £21/10/0, old rent £14/4/0, new rent £17/0/0. These towo cases were consolidated and the rent fixed by consent at the court in Dublin

George Tracey Of Lisglass Londonderry, landlord Robert Stevenson, 10a/0r/0p, poor valuation £-, old rent £4/18/8, new rent £-

 

1892-1924 Ellis Island Arrivals

The records have been corrected for typographical errors according to best estimates for placenames. In addition, an attempt has been made to correctly identify place names for Ireland. As such, the originals should be checked for accuracy.

 

Annie Treacy, NY USA, 1907, 35 years, single, Non immigrant alien. Mother: Ann Treacy, Tonagh Fermanagh. lived 1891-1907 New York, to Mrs M Glads, 515 Madisn ave, New York. 5’8”, dark complexion, black hair, brown eyes, b. Derry Ireland.

 

Mich. Tracey, Derry Ireland, 1892, 20 years, to New York

 

Susan Tracey, Derry Ireland?, 1903, 18 years, to Phila, to aunt Margu? Condon, 1519 Alter? St Phila

 

William Tracy, Derry Ireland, 1907, 19 years, single, tailor, John Tracy, 22 Marggut St Derry. Aunt Miss? [Lucas?] 4 Leonard Place. Joy St Somerville Boston, 5’6”, dark complexion, black hair, brown eyes, b. Derry Ireland.

 

United States Naturalization Petitions

Robert Tracey emigrated from Moville 1 June 1888 on the Scandinavan, born 15 May 1870 Brackfield, [Derry] Ireland. Naturalised 1912 Philadelphia, Pa. Spouse's Martha Tracey Children Mary Tracey born 20 Sep 1889, Annie Tracey born 15 Jul 1891, Edward Tracey born 23 Dec 1895

 

John Tracey: Administration (with the Will) of the Estate of John Tracey late of Lower Craig Claudy County Londonderry Farmer who died 24 January 1893 granted at Londonderry to James Tracey Farmer. Date Of Grant: 04/02/1910 Effects: Effects £220

 

3 September 1894 Freeman's Journal

... Joseph Tracy, and John Armstrong, young fellows living in Londonderry, were arrested by District Inspector O'Connell and other officers on the charge of having...

 

Anne Sarah Treacy Harte: The Will of William Harte late of 10 Clarendon-street City of Londonderry County Surveyor who died 15 March 1895 at same place was proved at Londonderry by Anne Sarah Treacy Harte of 10 Clarendon-street Londonderry Spinster the sole Executrix. Date Of Grant: 08/05/1895 Effects: Effects £450

 

14 June 1895 Freeman's Journal

[Prizes]...William Tracey, Duke st, Waterside...

 

18 Jul 1895 (BL) The General Election

North Derry...Absentors...George Tracey, Lisglass.

 

16 Sep 1895 (BL) Intermediate Examinations

...Awards for the following students...Treacy, William A., St Columb's College, Derry 2208

 

Waesland, Liverpool to Phila 15 Oct 1895

Margt A Tracy, 29, b. 1866, single, lived Derry, to cousin Wm McNemamine 4520 Ogden St Phila

 

27 Jan 1897 (BL) Limavady Petty Sessions

...Robert Scott against John Tracy for assault a fine of 5s and costs were inflicted...

 

June 1897 Incorporated Law Society of Ireland

Final examination of Apprentices...John Tracy, junior... [see John Tracy]

 

1 Mar 1898 (BL) Larcenies in Londonderry

...premises of William M'Closkey, 109 Foyle Street...bicycle left at gateway by Thomas Tracy a lodger in the house. He was keeping it for his brother who had recently gone to Belfast...

 

1898 Birth (Australian Archives)

William Tracey

Service Number - N40171

Date of birth - 17 Apr 1898

Place of birth – Laudguderry (Londonderry?) Ireland

Place of enlistment – Arncliffe NSW

Next of Kin – P Baily

 

3rd December 1901 Board of Guardians of Londonderry Union

Henry Tracey, Caretaker (Claudy), appointed 1 December 1892, salary £5/4/0

 

 

 

1901 Census of Ireland

Full listings alphabetically and by area as published by the National Archives 1901 Census of Ireland
 

 

1901 Census Dennistoun Lanarkshire Scotland

Sinclair Tracey, 23 M [State Reg: Tracey, Sinclair, Limavady, 1877 16 599]

1905 Quebec

William Tracey, 28, labourer, of Derry Ireland 05 August 1905 Bavarian, to Quebec [Note: Trasey LDS]

Sinclair Tracey, 27, labourer, of Derry Ireland 05 August 1905 Bavarian, to Quebec

James Tait, 26, labourer, of Derry Ireland 05 August 1905 Bavarian, to Quebec

 

1901 Census - Inverkip Renfrewshire Scotland

James Tracey, father [TRACEY JAMES & MCKEE ELLEN 1888 M]

Helen Tracey, mother

Stephen Tracey, 9, b. abt 1892 - Ireland [Tracey, Stephen Mackey, Londonderry, 4th Quarter 1891 2 151]

 

March 12, 1904 The Irish standard (Minneapolis, Minn.)

The following changes have been made In the diocese of Derry: Rev. Father Treacy from Culdaff to Iskabeen, and Rev. Father Fanning from Iskaheen to Culdaff.

 

1905 Kelly's Directory

John Tracy, jun. Newtowncunningham, Londonderry

 

Derry Journal, 12 July 1905

The previous parish priest of Strabane, Fr Hugh O'Hagan PP VF. His curates were Hugh McGlynn, Peter Tracy and Anthony O'Neill.

 

Corinthian Apr 1906 - Canada Passenger Lists

Hy Treacy, 27, single, of Londonderry Ireland, miner, to Elar Bay?

 

1907 Ulster Street Directory

Londonderry

John Tracy, solicitor, Northern Bank Buildings, Shipquay Place

Michael Tracy, Publican, Bishop Street
Michael Tracy, Publican, Waterloo Street

 

Thomas Tracey: Probate of the Will with one Codicil of James Lynch late of Duke Street Londonderry Retired Labourer who died 13 August 1908 granted at Londonderry to Thomas Tracey Shoe Merchant. Date Of Grant: 28/08/1908 Effects: Effects £1,034 0s. 2d.

 

1909 Dungiven (Derry) Messrs. Michael Tracy...

Jun 10, 1909 (IT) Irish Vintners and the Budget

...M. Tracy, Londonderry...

Jun 12, 1909 (FJ) Licensed Trade and the Budget

Representatives...M. Tracy (do.) [Londonderry]...

 

1910 Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory

Londonderry

John Tracy, solicitor, Custom house street

Michael Tracy, Bishop street
Michael Tracy, Waterloo street

 

 

1911 Census of Ireland

Full listings alphabetically and by area as published by the National Archives 1911 Census of Ireland
 

 

1912 The Ulster Covenant

George Tracey, Ballyneal, Londonderry: South

Lillie Tracey, Ballyniel, Londonderry: South

Margaret Tracey, Coleraine, Londonderry: North

Robert John Tracey, Dromore, Londonderry: North

Violet Millicent Tracey, Coleraine, Londonderry: North

William James Tracey, Dromore, Londonderry: North

 

Jan 31, 1913 (IT) Derry Election. The Polling. Extraordinary Scenes

...Another Nationalist voter named Bernard Tracy was carried from a motor into the booth by four men, and voted.

 

Michael Tracy: Probate of the Will of James Barr late of Spencer Road Londonderry Coal Dealer who died 12 December 1913 granted at Londonderry to Michael Tracy Merchant. Date Of Grant: 11/02/1914 Effects: Effects £38 17s. 5d

Michael Tracy. Joseph Deehan of Ardmore county Londonderry farmer died 7 April 1925 Probate Londonderry 5 October to George Deehan national teacher and Michael Tracy merchant. Effects £166 6s.

 

Dec 16, 1913 (FJ) & Dec 20, 1913 (IT) A "Spree" at the Publican's Expense

...Derry Petty Sessions...the larceny of twelve glasses of whiskey, the property of Michael Tracy, publican, Bishop's Gate...This is a lock-up shop. Next morning, when the barman opened the premises...lying on the floor drunk...

 

US State Department records

Mrs John Treacey with her son, 24 yrs, of Marlborough, MA visiting at Ballinturley, Co Roscommon, sister Mrs Brewin, Foyle St, Londonderry date 1914-08-07

https://sites.google.com/site/irishgleanings/home/1-21-extracts-from-correspondence---part-21

 

1914-1918 Ireland’s Memorial Records

Francis Tracey. Reg. No. 22316. Rank Private, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 1st batt. Died of wounds France 8/7/1916.

In his will he left all to his cousin Alice Connor, 27 Long Tower? Londonderry Ireland [bad copy] [Will]

Memorial Record signed by Frank Connor, cousin, 27 Long Tower Street Londonderry.

Harry Tracey, Reg No 18832, Rank Private, 1st Bn Canadian Infantry. Died Ussiny 15 June 1815. Lived 5 Dervock Place Waterside [Derry]

Memorial Record signed by M J Cunningham, sister, 5 Dervock Place Waterside Londonderry.

Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France [as H. Trecy]

Canadian Expeditionary Force. 4th Infantry Brigrade, Headquarter Staff and 9th Battalion. Nominal Roll of Officers Non-Commioned Officer and Men. Issued with Militia Orders 1915.

18832. Private. Trecy, Henry. Next of kin: Trecy, John, No. 5 Dervock Place, Waterside, Londonderry, Ire. b. Ireland. To Valcartier Sept 22.

6th December 2006 Dix Noonan Webb (DNW) Auction

Canadian Memorial Cross, G.V.R., the reverse officially inscribed ‘18832 Pte. H. Trecy’,

Henry Trecy was born in the parish of Cumberclaudy, Co. Derry, Ireland in April 1880 and enlisted in the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force at Edmonton, Alberta in September 1914. Posted to the 1st (Western Ontario) Battalion, Canadian Infantry, he was killed in action at Givenchy on 15 June 1915. He has no known grave and is commemorated on the Vimy Memorial, France.

Patrick Henry Tracey. Reg. No. 21662. Rank Lance Corporal, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 8th batt. Died of wounds France 26/7/1916. Born Londonderry.

Will of 21662 Lance Corporal Patrick Harry Tracey, 8th Bn., Royal Dublin Fusiliers, Cause of death: Died, France, 26 Jul 1916. National Archives of Scotland SC70/8/446/14

Stephen Tracey. Reg. No. 1508. Rank Private, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 1/5th batt. Died Egypt 9/9/1915. Born Londonderry.

Recorded on the Helles Memorial, Turkey.

 

1914-1920 British Army WWI Service & Pension Records

Manasses Tracey, b. abt 1898, 1 Eglinton Terrace Londarderry

William Tracey, b. abt 1887, Templemore, Londonderry,

William Tracey, b. abt 1888, Templemore, Londonderry,

Presbyterian Church In Ireland -- Roll of Honour 1914-1919

Extract for the Congregation of Macosquin, Derry

Tracey, Robert J., Dromore, Private, R. In. Fus., Wounded

Nov 10, 1916 (IT) Wounded, Shock-Shell

Tracey, 7977, P. (Waterside, Derry)

 

war4

The Diamond, Derry City

To our honoured dead and those who served 1914-1918 1939-1945

…Private Francis (Frank) Tracey, 22316, July 8, 1916. (Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers)

Private Harry Tracey, 18832, June 15, 1915…. (1st Canadians)

http://www.irishwarmemorials.ie/

 

29 Jan 1916 Strabane Chronicle

Derry Nationalist's Death In Glasgow.

A Glasgow correspondent says: St. Patrick's congregation, Glasgow, has lost an esteemed Irishman by the death of Mr. James Tracey. He was a native of Derry and was 54 years of age. He was a member of the Branch Thomas Sexton of the U.I.L., and of Division 306 of the A.O.H. The funeral took place to St. Kentigern's Cemetery, where the funeral Service was recited by Rev. A. Lynch and Rev. N. H. Power. The Irish Societies of the district were represented at the funeral. Amongst those present were—Mrs. Tracey (widow), Mrs. Donaghy, Waterside, Derry (sister), Mr. Wm. Tracey (brother), Mr. P. M'Laughlin, Derry (brother-in-law), Mr. John Keily (cousin), Mr. William Martin (nephew), Messrs. James Mullen, Philip Keane, P. Healy, J. Doherty, T. Doherty, Bernard M'Laughlin. P. Molloy, W. Parkee, P. Mcgrath, T. Mines, P. O'Donnell, and M. M'lvor. The funeral was one of the largest seen in the district for some years, and testified to the great respect to which the deceased Nationalist was held.

 

Feb 14, 1916 (IT) ...Derry Corporation...

...The Nationalists generally have given their approval of the nominations of Mr. John Tracy, solicitor...former members of the Corporation.

 

John Tracey: Probate of the Will of John Tracey formerly of Ballymaclenaghan late of Gortilea County Londonderry Farmer who died 16 October 1916 granted at Londonderry to Robert Tracey and Frank Tracey Farmers. Date Of Grant: 22/02/1917 Effects: Effects £74 16s. 3d.

 

 

Board of Trade – Central Register of Seamen

Tracey P P R 21/06/1921 Londonderry R510651

 

1928 Glendermott Parish

The Mass Rock at ‘Birchwood’ dates back to 1720 and is known locally as the ‘old altar’. It is in the townland of Glenkeen near Nicholson Gardens. The cross at the Birchwood Mass Rock site was erected after Mass was celebrated there in March 1928. It was made by William Patrick Treacy and paid for by Teddy Kearney

 

17 September 1930-18 April 1932

Letter from Thomas A. Tracey, Londonderry, who was seeking employment, and subsequent correspondence. (7 items). PM/2/21/96

 

17 April 1931 Belfast Gazette

Estate of William Frederick Alexander

Holdings subject to rents other than Judicial Rents

Thomas Tracey, Dring, Claudy, Co. Londonderry, map 2a, 2b, 14a1r0p, rent £5.10.6, annuity £4.12.4, purchase £97.3.10

James Tracey, Dring, Claudy, Co. Londonderry, map 3a, 3b, 14a1r8p, rent £5.12.0, annuity £4.13.8, purchase £98.11.11

 

22 May 1931 Belfast Gazette

Estate of Ernest De Silly Hamilton Brown

Holdings subject to Judicial Rents fixed between the 15th August 1896 and the 16th August 1911

Thomas Tracey, 1 John Street, Londonderry, Binn, map 6, 29a0r13p, rent £3.15.0, annuity £3.2.8, purchase £65.19.4

Holdings subject to Judicial Rents fixed between the 15th August 1896 and the 16th August 1911

Thomas Tracey, 1 John Street, Londonderry, Cumber, map 6, 18a3r0p, rent £6.15.0, annuity £5.12.10, purchase £118.15.5

 

Aug 22, 1931 (MC) Derry?

...inquest...of a child, Mary Teresa Tracey, 10 Meehans's Row, Waterside, who succumbed to illness which she contracted subsequent to being vaccinated. Mrs. Sarah Tracy said that her child was aged three years and eight months. On August 3rd, the child, with two of her other children were vaccinated...the father, John Tracy...

 

Mulhern Felix of 27 Strand Road Londonderry wine and spirit merchant died 27 August 1933 at Dublin Probate Belfast 5 January to John Tracy solicitor and James Sweeney factory owner. Effects £3443 14s. 7d.

 

24 Oct 1930 The London Gazette

Regular Army...Y. & L.R. [The York & Lancaster Regiment] — Lt. F. C. Tracey is secd, for serv. with the R.A.F. 27th Sept, 1930.

2 Oct 1931 Flight

Flying Officers: F. C. Tracey, to No. 13 Sqdn., Netheravon, 8.9.31

1933 The Aeroplane

Tracey - On Dec. 11. 1932. at Clooney Park. Londonderry, to Barbara, wife of F. C. Tracey. The York and Lancaster Regt. and R.A.F.— a son.

19 Sep 1940 Flight

Capt F. C. Tracey, R.A.O.C.. is granted a temporary commission as Flying Officer on being employed with the Royal Air Force, August 20. [The London Gazette]

 

1942 US Draft (born between 28 April 1877 and 16 February 1897)

Thomas Sinclair Tracey b. 27 Dec 1885 Calms [Camlin? – Antrim or Derry], Ireland Residence: Baltimore, Maryland

2632 Harford Ave, Baltimore, Md

5'10.5", 140 lb, light skin, bald

Mrs Rose Tracey

Employer: RH Bozman Bros, 1050 Granby St, Batto, MD

 

1957 Derry

George Tracey, 12 Hayesbank Park

James Tracey, 2 Meehan’s Row, Off Dungiven Road

John Joseph Tracey, 72 Bridge Street

Kathleen Tracey, 102 Cochrane’s Row, Off Duke Street

Kathleen Tracy, Mrs, 75 Hayesbank Terrace

Lawrence Tracey, 7 Donegal Place (Boal’s Terrace) Off Lecky Road

Mary Tracy, Mrs, 6 Ulsterville Ave, Off Bond’s Street

Patrick Tracey, 158 Spencer Road, Bridge To Clooney Terrace

Sarah Tracey, Mrs, 10 Meehan’s Row, Off Dungiven Road

Thomas Tracy, 8 Margaret Street, Off Chapel Road

William Tracey, 8 Florence Street, Off Bond’s Hill

http://www.derryjournal.com/news/community/the-streets-of-derry-in-1957-1-6229228

 

21 February 1983 Sydney Morning Herald, Australia

Evan Howard Tracy, died 16 February 1983, 60, late of Londonderry, formerly of Sydney.

 

 

 

 

Tommy Tracey

Among the men who talked little about their wartime experiences was Tommy Tracey who fought in Burma as a member of the King's Own Scottish Borderers. A quiet, softly-spoken and gentle-mannered individual, he did not even count his war service as having been of any great value. His medals remained in the boxes in which they arrived and his real pride resided in the Great War medals of his uncle, with whom he had lived in Glasgow before joining the Army. But speaking about his wartime experiences for a BBC Radio Ulster programme in early 1989, he, too, touched on some of the things that remained in his mind about the aftermath of war. Wounded in the advance through Burma, Tommy Tracey had been hospitalized and was on his way back to rejoin his battalion when he heard that the war had ended:

 

We just couldn't believe it, couldn't believe it. I was getting set to go back, up to Burma again, to the battalion, but instead of that I went up to Peshawar, up to the Frontier. There [were] so many of the boys I'd come out with [who] had all gone, and I was still there. But I never thought I would have survived and I'm sure most of the fellas in Burma didn't think they were going to survive either.

 

When I was coming home altogether we used to sleep in hammocks on the boat. I couldn't sleep this night and I got up. I was sitting on the deck coming through the Indian Ocean, big moon, water lapping on the sides, and the first thing I heard was one of the crew putting on a record ... `Home, Sweet Home', Deanna Durban.

 

And as he recalled that long-ago night in the Indian Ocean, Tommy Tracey wept at the memory. His thoughts were back with the men who rest to this day in Burma, those fellow soldiers for whom there was to be no return to a home, sweet home.

Irish volunteers in the Second World War By Richard Doherty Published by Four Courts Press, 2002

 

 

 

 

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Mike (Michael Matthew John) Treacy

Professor Diffraction Physics, Complex Materials

Department of Physics, Arizona State University

http://physics.asu.edu/home/people/faculty/mike-treacy

Born: 13th October 1954 Londonderry, Northern Ireland

 

Appointments:

2006–present Professor, Dept. of Physics Arizona State University

2003–2006 Professor, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy Arizona State University

1990–2002 Senior Research Scientist, Physical Sciences, NEC Research Institute, Princeton, NJ

1984–1990 Senior Physicist, Exxon Research & Engineering Company, Annandale 1982–1984 NJ, Physicist, Exxon Chemical Company, Linden & Annandale NJ,

1981–1982 Engineer Gr. 2, Centre National D’Etudes des Télécommunications Bagneux France

Education:

1980 IBM Thomas J. Watson Laboratories, World Trade Postdoctoral position

1980 University of Cambridge, Research in Electron Diffraction Physics, PhD.

1976 University of Cambridge, Natural Sciences, B.A.

1973 & 1971 St. John’s College, Southsea, U.K. A & O levels

Numerous publications

 

 

 

 FAMILY HISTORIES

 

CHURCH RECORDS – Baptism & Marriage Derry Genealogy Centre

 

              TRACY JOHN & KANE JANE 1783 M

TRACEY NOT RECORDED 1785 B

TREASEY MARY 1789 B

TRACY RICHARD 1790 B

              MCFARLAND SAMUEL & TRACEY ROSE 1818 M

TRACY JOHN 1824 B

TRACEY ELIZABETH 1827 B

TRACY RACHAEL 1828 B

TRACY BELL 1829 B

              TRACEY GEORGE & CLEMENTS ELISABETH 1830 M

TRACEY SARAH JANE 1831 B

TRACEY MARGARET 1835 B

              MCCRISTAL JAMES & TRACY BETTY 1837 M

TRACY MATILDA 1838 B

TRACEY SARAH 1839 B

TRACEY ANNE 1840 B

              TRACEY OLIVER & BERRYMAN MARGARET 1842 M

TRACEY ISSAC 1842 B

TRACEY MARY JANE 1842 B

TRACEY MARIA 1843 B

TRACEY JAMES ALEXANDER 1843 B

TRACEY JANE 1843 B

              TRACY JOHN & SINCLAIR MARGARET 1844 M

TRACEY ELEANOR 1844 B

TRACEY WILLIAM OLIVER 1844 B

              TRACEY JOHN & MCKENNA SUSAN 1845 M

              MCNALLY JAMES & TRACEY MARGARET 1845 M

TRACEY JOHN 1845 B

TRACEY JOHN 1845 B

              HENRY PATRICK & TRACEY MARY 1846 M

              TRACY CHARLES & HENRY MARGARET 1846 M

              SARSON FRANCIS & TRACEY NANCY JANE 1846 M

TRACEY JAMES 1846 B

TRACEY MARY JANE 1846 B

TRACEY CATHERINE 1847 B

TRACEY MICHAEL 1848 B

TRACEY BRIDGET 1848 B

TRACEY JAMES 1848 B

TRACEY PAT 1849 B

TRACEY CATHERINE 1850 B

TRACEY MARY 1850 B

TRACEY ANN 1850 B

              PLATT CHARLES & TRACY ANN 1851 M

TRACEY THOMAS 1851 B

              NICHOLAS JAMES & TREACY SUSAN 1852 M

              MORRIN MICHAEL & TREASY MARGARET 1852 M

TRACEY CATHERINE 1852 B

TRACEY JOHN 1852 B

TRASEY MARY J. 1852 B

              BATES THOMAS & TRACY RACHEL ANNE 1853 M

TRACEY HENRY 1854 B

TRACY MARY 1854 B

TRACEY WILLIAM 1854 B

TRACY BRIDGET 1854 B

TRACY CHARLES 1854 B

TRACY MARGARET 1854 B

              GORMAN PATRICK & TRACY ANN 1855 M

TRACEY 1855 B

              MENAGH MICHAEL & TRACEY CATHERINE 1856 M

              TRACY JAMES & CLERY ELLEN 1856 M

TRACEY JAMES 1856 B

TRACEY ROSE 1857 B

              TRACEY PETER & SMYTH MARY 1859 M

TRACEY ROSE 1859 B

TRACEY ROSE 1859 B

              TRACY FRANCIS & TONER ANN 1860 M

              TRACY OWEN & HARVEY SARAH 1861 M

TRACEY WILLIAM 1861 B

              TRACEY BERNARD & LOAN ROSY 1862 M

              TRACY JAMES & DEMPSEY SUSAN 1862 M

TREACY MARIAN 1862 B

TRACEY MICHAEL 1862 B

TRACEY JOHN 1863 B

TRACEY JANE 1863 B

TRACEY JANE 1863 B

TRACEY THOMAS 1863 B

TRACEY THOMAS 1863 B

TRACEY MARY JANE 1863 B

              TRACY JOHN & BEATTY JANE 1864 M

              JOHNSTON WILLIAM & TRACEY MARGARET ANN 1864 M

TRAC(E)Y ELLEN 1864 B

TRACEY PATRICK 1864 B

TRAC(E)Y WILLIAM 1864 B

TRACY MARY JANE 1864 B

TRACY CATHERINE 1864 B

TRAC(E)Y THOMAS 1864 B

TRESSY BRIDGET 1865 B

TRACY FRANCIS 1865 B

TRACY MARY 1865 B

TRACEY MARTHA 1865 B

TRACY MICHAEL 1865 B

TRACY PATRICK 1865 B

TRACEY MICHAEL 1865 B

TRACEY BRIDGET 1865 B

TRACY MARY 1865 B

TRACY FRANCIS 1865 B

              TRACY JAMES & O'NEIL JANE ANNE 1866 M

              TRACEY PATRICK & SHEERIN ELIZABETH 1866 M

TRACEY JAMES 1866 B

TRACEY ROBERT 1866 B

TRACEY ELIZABETH 1866 B

TRACEY ROSAN 1866 B

TRACEY JOSEPH 1866 B

TRACY ELLEN 1866 B

TRACEY ELEANOR 1866 B

TRACEY FRANCIS JOSEPH 1866 B

TRACEY ELIZABETH 1866 B

TRACEY JAMES 1866 B

TRACEY JAMES 1866 B

TRACEY ELEANOR 1866 B

TRACEY ELIZA 1866 B

TRACEY JAMES 1866 B

TRACEY FRANCIS JOSEPH 1866 B

TRACY ELIZABETH 1866 B

TRACY JOSEPH 1866 B

TRACY ROBERT 1866 B

TRACY ROSE ANN 1866 B

              TRACEY ISAAC & LONDON MARY ANNE 1867 M

TRACY JAMES 1867 B

TRACEY MARY CATHERINE 1867 B

TREACEY ELLEN BRIDGET 1867 B

TRACY ELIZABETH 1867 B

TRACEY MARY CATHERINE 1867 B

TRACEY JAMES 1867 B

              MCQUISTON JOHN & TRACY ELIZA 1868 M

              TRACY THOMAS & MCCARTNEY MARGARET 1868 M

TRACY ANNE 1868 B

TRACEY JOSEPH 1868 B

TRACEY CATHERINE 1868 B

TRACEY HUGH 1868 B

TRACEY MARY 1868 B

TRACEY MARY 1868 B

TRACEY HUGH 1868 B

TRACY ELLEN ANN 1868 B

TRACY JOSEPH 1868 B

TRACY CATHERINE 1868 B

              TRACEY PATRICK & LOGUE ELEANOR 1869 M

              TRACEY JAMES & CARLIN ISABELLA 1869 M

              TRACEY PATRICK & LOGUE ELEANOR 1869 M

TRACY ROBERT 1869 B

TRACEY ELIZABETH 1869 B

TRACY CATHARINE 1869 B

TRACY THOMAS 1869 B

TRACEY GEORGE AUSTIN 1869 B

TREACY SUSAN 1869 B

TRACEY GEORGE 1869 B

TRACY JOHN 1869 B

TRACEY ROBERT 1869 B

TRACEY CATHERINE 1869 B

TRACEY ELIZABETH 1869 B

TRACEY THOMAS 1869 B

              MCMENAMIN DANIEL & TRACEY ANNE 1870 M

              MULLIGAN JAMES & TRACEY MARYANNE 1870 M

              TRACEY JAMES & O'NEILL JULIANNA 1870 M

              TRACEY JAMES & CAROLAN ISABELLA 1870 M

              REDFERN JOSEPH & TRACY CATHERINE 1870 M

              SHEPHERD GEORGE & TRACY MARGARET 1870 M

TRACEY HUGH 1870 B

TRACY ELLEN 1870 B

TRACEY ISABELLA 1870 B

TRACEY ELLEN 1870 B

TRACY ISABELLA 1870 B

TRACY HUGH 1870 B

TRACY JAMES & BROWNE ANNE 1871 M

TRACEY JOHN & KIRGAN MARY 1871 M [State Reg: James Tracy, Londonderry, 1871 17 221 (possible error should read 1871 17 226)]

TRACY JAMES & TRACY SARAH 1871 M [State Reg: James Tracy, Londonderry, 1871 17 221 & Sarah Tracy, Londonderry, 1871 17 221]

TRACY JAMES & BEATY ELIZA 1871 M

TRACY ELIZABETH 1871 B

TRACEY MARGARET 1871 B

TRACEY THOMAS 1871 B

TRACEY CATHERINE ANNE 1871 B

TRACEY WILLIAM 1871 B

TRACY JAMES 1871 B

TRACY THOMAS 1871 B

TRACEY CATHERINE ANNE 1871 B

TRACEY WILLIAM 1871 B

TRACEY MARY ANNE 1871 B

TRACEY ELIZABETH 1871 B

TRACEY MAGARET 1871 B

TRACEY THOMAS WILFRED 1871 B

              TRACEY DANIEL & DUNSEATH MARGARET 1872 M

              TRACEY EDWARD & MULLAN CATHERINE 1872 M

              TRACEY EDWARD & DEERY ALICE 1872 M

              TRACEY WILLIAM & NOCHER NANCY 1872 M

TRACEY ELIZABETH 1872 B

TRACEY MARY AGNES 1872 B

TRACEY JOHN 1872 B

TRACY ANN 1872 B

TREACY PATRICK 1872 B

TRACEY PATRICK 1872 B

TRACY JOHN 1872 B

TRACY ELIZABETH 1872 B

TRACY MARY AGNES 1872 B

TRACEY ELIZA 1872 B

              TREACY JOHN & HEGARTY MARY 1873 M

              TRACEY EDWARD & MCDERMOT MARY 1873 M

              TRACEY JAMES & MCCONNELL CATHERINE 1873 M

TRACY JAMES 1873 B

TRACEY ELLEN JANE 1873 B

TRACEY ANNIE 1873 B

TRACEY EDWARD 1873 B

TRACY JOHN 1873 B

TRACEY AMY 1873 B

TRACEY ELLEN JANE 1873 B

TRACEY JAMES 1873 B

TRACEY HENRY 1874 B

TRACEY MARY ANN 1874 B

TRACEY ELLEN 1874 B

TREACY JOHN JOSEPH 1874 B

TREACY MICHAEL 1874 B

TRACEY ELLEN 1874 B

TRACEY ELLEN 1874 B

TRACY MARY 1874 B

TRACEY JOHN 1874 B

TRACY HENRY 1874 B

TRACY MARY ANN 1874 B

              MCMEMAMIN JOHN & TRAC(E)Y ELIZABETH 1875 M

TRACY CHARLES 1875 B

TRACY CATHERINE 1875 B

TRACY ANNIE 1875 B

TRACEY MARY JANE 1875 B

TRACEY MARY JANE 1875 B

TREACY MICHAEL 1875 B

TRACY JAMES 1875 B

TRACEY CHARLES 1875 B

TRACEY CATHERINE 1875 B

TRACEY MARY JANE 1875 B

TRACEY ANNE 1875 B

              DE(E)HAN JOSEPH & TRACEY MARGARET 1876 M

              TRACEY FRANCIS & BRADLEY ANNE 1876 M

              TRACEY JAMES & MORRIS MARY 1876 M

TRACEY JOSEPH 1876 B

TRACEY SUSAN 1876 B

TRACEY JOHN 1876 B

TRACEY JOHN 1876 B

TRACEY JAMES 1876 B

TRACY MARY ANN 1876 B

TREACY ANN 1876 B

TRACY CATHERINE 1876 B

TRACEY JOHN 1876 B

TRACY JOHN 1876 B

TRACY FRANCIS JOSEPH 1876 B

TRACY SUSAN 1876 B

TRACEY WILLIAM 1876 B

              EDWARDS JAMES & TRAC(E)Y MARGARET 1877 M

              CONWAY JOHN & TRACEY MARY A 1877 M

              MCLAUGHLIN PATRICK & TRACEY MARY 1877 M

              CLEMENTS WRIGHT & TRACEY SARAH 1877 M

TRACY JANE 1877 B

TRACY SINCLAIR 1877 B

TRACEY JOSEPH 1877 B

TRACY ELLEN 1877 B

TRACEY MARY FRANCES 1877 B

TRACY ELLEN 1877 B

TRACY JANE 1877 B

              TRACY JOHN & HASSON CATHERINE 1878 M

TRACY MARY JANE 1878 B

TRACEY MARGARET 1878 B

TRACEY BERNARD 1878 B

TRACY CATHERINE 1878 B

TRACY CATHERINE 1878 B

TRACEY MARGARET 1878 B

TRACY BERNARD 1878 B

TRACY JOHN 1879 B

TRACY JOHN 1879 B

TRACEY ELLEN 1879 B

TRACEY MICHAEL 1879 B

TRACY JOHN 1879 B

TRACY JOHN 1879 B

TRACEY ELIZABETH 1879 B

TRACEY JAMES 1879 B

TREASY CAROLINE LUCY 1879 B

TRACEY MICHAEL 1879 B

TRACEY PATRICK 1879 B

TRACEY MARY JANE 1879 B

TRACY CATHERINE 1879 B

TRACEY MARY 1879 B

TRACEY JAMES 1879 B

              HAUGHEY PETER & TRACEY MARY 1880 M

              MCCRORY FRANCIS & TRACY ROSE 1880 M

              QUIGLEY JOHN & TRACEY BRIDGET 1880 M

TRACY JAMES 1880 B

TRACEY CATHERINE 1880 B

TRACY MARGARET 1880 B

TRACY BRIDGET 1880 B

TRACY CATHARINE 1880 B

TRACY JOHN 1881 B

TRACEY ROBERT JAMES 1881 B

TRACY DAVID JOHN 1881 B

TRACEY MARGARET 1881 B

TRACEY JOHN 1881 B

TRACY JOHN 1881 B

TRACEY JOHN 1881 B

TRACY CHARLES 1881 B

TRACEY MARY 1881 B

TRACY MARY 1881 B

              MCDONAGH MICHAEL & TRAC(E)Y ROSE ANN 1882 M

              SHIELDS RICHARD & TRACEY MARTHA 1882 M

TRACEY MARY JOSEPHINE 1882 B

TREACY MARTHA 1882 B

TRACEY PATRICK 1882 B

TRACY MARY ANN 1882 B

TRACY BRIDGET 1882 B

TRACEY MARTHA 1882 B

TRACEY PATRICK 1882 B

TRACY EDWARD 1882 B

              MCCORMICK CHARLES & TRACEY WINFRED 1883 M

              TRAC(E)Y JAMES & DONAGHY MARGARET 1883 M

              TRACEY JOHN & CLEMENTS ELIZABETH 1883 M

TRACEY DANIEL 1883 B

TRACEY JOHN 1883 B

TRACEY CATHERINE 1883 B

TRACY JAMES MICHAEL 1883 B

TRACEY JOHN 1883 B

TRACY BERNARD 1883 B

TRACY ELLEN 1883 B

              TRACY ALEXANDER & GRAHAM MARY 1884 M

TRACY MARGARET 1884 B

TRACEY MARY ANNE 1884 B

TRACY MARGARET 1884 B

              MCCORMICK JAMES & TRAC(E)Y MARY JANE 1885 M

              DONNELLY THOMAS & TRACY CATHERINE 1885 M

              TRACEY JOHN & DICKMAN ELIZABETH 1885 M

TRACEY JOHN 1885 B

TRACY EDWARD 1885 B

TRACEY THOMAS SINCLAIR 1885 B

TRACEY RACHEL 1885 B

TRACEY EDWARD 1885 B

TREASY MARIA TERESA 1885 B

TRACY JOHN 1885 B

TRACY PATRICK 1885 B

TRACEY JOSEPH 1885 B

              TRACEY THOMAS & KEENAN BRIGID 1886 M

              DARRAH HENRY & TRAC(E)Y ELIZA 1886 M

              RUSH JAMES & TRACEY ISABELLA 1886 M

              TREAC(E)Y JOHN & MCFETRIDGE MARGARET 1886 M

TRACEY MARY A 1886 B

TRACEY CATHERINE 1886 B

TRACEY ANNE 1886 B

TRACEY PATRICK 1886 B

TRACEY ANNE 1886 B

TRACEY ANNE 1886 B

TRACEY WILLIAM 1886 B

TRACEY MARGARET 1886 B

TRACEY WILLIAM 1886 B

              MCCLOSKEY PATRICK & TRAC(E)Y MARY 1887 M

              TRAC(E)Y JAMES & PLATT MARY ANNE 1887 M

TRACY ANNIE 1887 B

TRACEY MARY JANE 1887 B

TRACEY WILLIAM JAMES 1887 B

TRACEY WILLIAM 1887 B

TRACY WILLIAM 1887 B

              TRACEY JAMES & MCKEE ELLEN 1888 M

              MCKEEVER JOHN & TRACEY MARY CASSIE 1888 M

              KELLY JOHN & TRACEY MARY JANE 1888 M

              GORMELY JAMES & TRACEY ELIZABETH 1888 M

TRACY PATRICK 1888 B

TRACEY WILLIAM 1888 B

TRACEY AMELIA ALICE 1888 B

TRACEY MARGARET JANE 1888 B

TRACEY MARGARET 1888 B

              TRAC(E)Y WILLIAM & COGHLAN ROSE 1889 M

              MCKELORY JOHN & TRACEY JOSEPH 1889 M

              MCKEEVER JOHN & TRACEY CATHERINE 1889 M

              TRACEY HUGH & BURKE ELIZABETH 1889 M

              MCKELVEY JOHN & TRACEY SARAH 1889 M

TRACEY ROBERT 1889 B

TRACY ELEANOR JEAN 1889 B

TRACEY ROBERT 1889 B

TRACY MARY MARGARET 1889 B

TRACEY JAMES 1889 B

TRACEY JAMES 1889 B

TRACEY MARY MARGARET 1889 B

              FEENY MICHAEL & TRAC(E)Y BRIDGET 1890 M

              MCGIRR FRANCIS & TRACEY CATHERINE 1890 M

              TRACEY JAMES & QUINN MARY 1890 M

TRACEY JAMES 1890 B

TRACEY ROSE ANN 1890 B

TRACEY JAMES 1890 B

TRACY ROBERT JOHN 1890 B

              TRACEY THOMAS WILFORD & O'DONNELL MARY 1891 M

              BRYSON PATRICK & TRACEY MARGARET 1891 M

              TRACEY PATRICK & MAHON MARY 1891 M

TRACY ESTHER 1891 B

TRACEY MICHAEL 1891 B

TRACEY STEPHEN 1891 B

TRACY THOMAS 1891 B

TRACY JOHN PATRICK 1891 B

TRACEY MICHAEL 1891 B

TRACEY MARY 1891 B

TRACEY STEPHEN 1891 B

TRACEY MARY 1891 B

TRACEY MARY 1891 B

TRACEY JOHN PATRICK 1891 B

TRACEY THOMAS 1891 B

              DONAGH(E)Y WILLIAM JOHN & TRACEY ELLEN 1892 M

              TRAC(E)Y WILLIAM & MULLAN MARY 1892 M

              TRACEY PATRICK & MCRORY MARY 1892 M

              TRACEY MICHAEL & CLARKE MARGARET 1892 M

TRACEY JULIA 1892 B

TRACEY ALICE JOSEPHINA 1892 B

TRACEY EDWARD 1892 B

TRACEY EDWARD 1892 B

TRACY ROSE 1892 B

TRACEY FRANCIS 1892 B

TRACEY ALOYSIA 1892 B

TRACEY JULIA 1892 B

TRACEY ROSE 1892 B

              TRACEY THOMAS & MCCLOSKEY ELLEN 1893 M

              MCSHANE FRANCIS & TRACEY MARY 1893 M

TRACEY BERNARD 1893 B

TRACEY MARIA ANNE 1893 B

TRACEY JANE 1893 B

TRACEY MARY CATHERINE 1893 B

TRACEY JANE 1893 B

TRACEY ANNA MARIA 1893 B

TRACEY BERNARD 1893 B

TRACEY MARY CATHERINE 1893 B

              SLEVIN EDWARD HUGH & TRACEY ROSANNE (ROSEANNA) 1894 M

TRACY MARY ANN 1894 B

TRACEY SARA 1894 B

TRACY LIZZIE 1894 B

TRACEY CATHERINE 1894 B

TRACEY WILLIAM JAMES 1894 B

TRACEY MICHAEL 1894 B

TRACEY WILLIAM 1894 B

TRACEY MARY ANNE 1894 B

TRACEY SARAH 1894 B

TRACEY WILLIAM 1894 B

              HARE THOMAS JAMES & TRACEY ANNIE MCNEILL 1895 M

TRACY FRANCIS 1895 B

TRACEY ROBERT ALEX. 1895 B

TRACEY CATHERINE 1895 B

TRACY FRANCIS J. 1895 B

TRACEY HENRY JAMES 1895 B

TRACEY THOMAS 1895 B

TRACY FRANCIS 1895 B

TRACEY THOMAS 1895 B

TRACEY JAMES 1895 B

TRACY CATHLEEN RISETTA 1895 B

TRACY FRANCES JOSEPH 1895 B

TRACEY ROBERT 1895 B

TRACEY HENRY JAMES 1895 B

              MCPHELIMY WILLIAM & TRACEY CATHERINE (CASSIE) 1896 M

              CHERRY THOMAS & TRACEY ELIZABETH 1896 M

              BRADLEY JOHN & TREASY NORAH 1896 M

              FOSTER JAMES & TRACEY BRIDGET 1896 M

TRACEY JOHN 1896 B

TRACY SARAH JEMIMA 1896 B

TRACY CATHERINE 1896 B

TRACY JOHN 1896 B

TRACEY ELIZABETH 1896 B

TRACEY MANASSES 1896 B

TRACEY WINIFRED 1896 B

TRACEY FRANCIS 1896 B

TREACY MANASSES JOSEPH 1896 B

TREACY WINIFRED 1896 B

TRACY WILLIAM 1896 B

TRACY CATHERINE 1896 B

              TRACEY JOHN & SMALLS ELLEN 1897 M

              TRACEY WILLIAM & MCGLINCHEY ELLEN 1897 M

              MORROW JOHN & TRACEY MARGARET 1897 M

TRACEY JAMES PATRICK 1897 B

TRACEY MARGARET 1897 B

TRACEY JOHN COLUMBA 1897 B

TRACEY JOHN 1897 B

TRACY MARGARET ALEQUAY 1897 B

TRACEY JOHN 1897 B

TRACEY JAMES PATRICK 1897 B

TRACY WILLIAM 1898 B

TRACEY JANE ANNE 1898 B

TRACEY MARGARET 1898 B

TRACEY CHARLES 1898 B

TRACEY ANN JANE 1898 B

TRACEY WILLIAM 1898 B

TRACEY CHARLES 1898 B

TRACEY FRANCIS 1898 B

TRACY MINNIE ANNA 1898 B

TRACEY FRANCIS 1898 B

              MCCLOSKEY PATRICK & TRACEY ISABELLA 1899 M

              TRACEY JOHN & CLARKE MARY ANN 1899 M

TRACY JOHN COLUMBA 1899 B

TRACEY JOHN 1899 B

TRACEY MARY JOSEPHINE 1899 B

TRACY JOHN COLUMBA 1899 B

TRACEY MARY JOSEPHINE 1899 B

TRACEY WINIFRED 1900 B

TRACEY MARY ELLEN 1900 B

TRACEY JENNIE 1900 B

TRACEY ANNIE 1900 B

TRACEY BRIDGET JOS. 1900 B

TRACEY WINIFRED 1900 B

TRACEY BRIGID JOSEPHINE 1900 B

TRACEY MARY ELLEN 1900 B

TRACEY ANNE 1900 B

TRACEY HUGH 1900 B

TRACEY SUSAN AGNES 1900 B

              MCKINNEY PATRICK & TRACEY AGNES 1901 M

TRACEY HUGH 1901 B

TRACY MARGARET 1901 B

TRACY THOMAS MC MURTRY 1901 B

TRACEY EMILY 1902 B

TRACY HUGH 1902 B

TRACY JOHN JOSEPH 1902 B

              TRACEY PATRICK & MCNALLY ELLEN 1903 M

TRACEY GEORGE JOSEPH 1903 B

TRACEY WILLIAM PATRICK 1903 B

              GILLESPIE THOMAS & TRACY MARY ANN 1904 M

              MORROW SAMUEL & TRACEY ELIZABETH 1904 M

              TRACEY JAMES & DEENEY MARY 1904 M

TRACEY JAMES 1904 B

TRACY JOSEPH 1905 B

TRACY LAURA 1905 B

TRACEY JAMES 1906 B

              MCSHANE JOHN JOSEPH & TRACY MARY AGNES 1907 M

              TRACY JAMES & DEVINE MARY ANN 1907 M

TRACEY THOMAS 1907 B

              TRACEY MANASSES & MCGUINNESS ANN 1908 M

              MAGEE WILLIAM & TRACEY MARY 1908 M

              DEVINE PATRICK & TRACEY JANE 1908 M

TRACEY BERNARD CHARLES 1908 B

TRACEY MARY KATHLEEN 1908 B

              TRACEY PATRICK & GALLAGHER MARY 1909 M

TRACEY THOMAS JAMES 1909 B

              TRACEY EDWARD & FANNING MARGARET 1910 M

TRACEY PATRICK 1910 B

TRACEY JOHN EDWARD 1910 B

              TRACEY JOHN & MCCORMICK SARAH 1911 M

              DONNELLY ROBERT & TRACEY MARY 1911 M

TRACEY JOHN JAMES 1911 B

TRACEY JOHN 1911 B

              TRACEY JOHN & MCMENAMIN KATHLEEN 1912 M

              GOSS HERBERT & TRACEY MARY 1912 M

              CUNNINGHAM FRANCIS & TRACEY MARY JANE 1912 M

              TRACEY HUGH & MCCORMACK MARY 1912 M

TRACEY MARY JANE 1912 B

TRACEY WILLIAM JOSEPH 1912 B

              TONER JOHN & TRACEY JULIA 1913 M

TRACEY MARGARET 1913 B

TRACY ELIZABETH 1913 B

TRACEY MANASSES 1913 B

TRACEY WILLIAM 1914 B

              MAGILL THOMAS & TRACEY SARAH 1915 M

              MCDERMOTT PATRICK HENRY & TRACY ELLEN 1915 M

              MURPHY PATRICK & TRACY CATHERINE 1915 M

              STEELE JOHN & TRACEY MARY 1915 M

TRACEY MARY ELIZABETH 1915 B

TRACEY ALEXANDER 1915 B

TRACEY MALE 1915 B

TRACEY JOSEPH ANTHONY 1916 B

TRACEY DENIS 1916 B

TRACEY WILLIAM PATRICK 1917 B

TRACEY JANE 1917 B

              TRACEY ROBERT & MCLAUGHLIN SARA 1918 M

TRACEY ROSE 1918 B

TRACEY FRANCIS 1918 B

TREACY FLORENCE VERDUN 1918 B

              MCFADDEN THOMAS & TRACEY WINIFRED 1919 M

              HARKIN PATRICK & TRACEY JANE 1919 M

              TRACY WILLIAM & MCINTOSH ELIZABETH 1920 M

              TRACEY CHARLES & HOGAN AGNES 1920 M

TRACEY MARY KATHLEEN 1920 B

TRACEY ANNIE 1920 B

TRACEY PETER PAUL R 1921 B

TRACEY MARY 1921 B

              TRACEY PATRICK & CUNNINGHAM MARY 1923 M

              TRACEY AUSTIN PATRICK & VICTORIA MAY 1925 M

              BEATTIE THOMAS & TRACEY ESTHER 1928 M

              BROWN JOHN & TRACEY MAY A. L. 1929 M

              KELLY DANIEL & TRACEY MARY JOSEPHINE 1933 M

              TRACEY PATRICK & WARD ANNIE KATHLEEN 1939 M

*Source : B = Baptism/Birth M = Marriage

 

Army Birth Registration

Mary J. Tracey, Londonderry, 1882, 15th, Vol 895 page 52

 

Anne Tracey

Joseph b. 31 January 1877 (LDS)

 

Edward Tracy & Catherine Mullin

Ellen Jane b. 29 June 1873 (LDS)

Susan b. 1 September 1876 (LDS)

Catherine b. 11 December 1880 (LDS)

 

Ellen Tracey & Hugh Eaton

Hello, I was wondering if you could help me,i was looking at the marriages on the Tracey Clan web page and noticed a marriage of Ellen Tracey 3rd quarter 1898(1 325) in Belfast, I think this might be my great grandmother. Would the clan have a record of her husband, if it is my great grandmother she married Hugh Eaton. They were married in Belfast but lived in Derry.

Any info would be great. Many thanks.

Paul Simpson 30 August 2006 paul.simpson1609@hotmail.co.uk

 

Ellen Tracy (b. 1827 Cork d. 7 May 1892 Attica Harper Kansas) m. Thomas Gordon Hoban 1850 NY (LDS)

Mary Ellen Tracy (b. abt 1830 Co Derry or Co Cork d. 7 May 1892 in KS Harper Co Attica) m. Thomas Gordon Hoban/Hoben/Hobin (b: 1826/1827 Co Galway) 20 Apr 1856 in MO St Louis St Louis or NY

Children:

Thomas Hoban(Hoben) b: 1854 in MO St Louis

Has ChildrenMARY Ann Hoban(Hoben) b: 19 MAR 1857 in MO St Louis, St Louis

Margaret(Maggie) Ellen Hoban(Hoben) b: 12 AUG 1861 in MO St Louis Maplewood

Theresa(Tesse) Hoban(Hoben) b: 3 NOV 1867 in MO StLouis St Louis

James MichaelFrancis Hoban(Hoben) b: 16 FEB 1871 in MO Andrew Co Amazonia

 

TRACEY JAMES & O'NEILL JULIANNA 1870 M Derry

James Tracey & Juliana Neil (May have moved to Donegal)

William b. 27 October 1871 (LDS) Derry

Ellen b. 5 February 1874 (LDS) Derry

James Tracy & Juliana Neil (May have moved from Derry)

James b. 21 September 1876 (LDS) Donegal

James Tracey & Julia Neil

Mary b. 7 December 1879 (LDS) Derry

 

James Tracy & Sarah

Mary Ann b. 1 May 1874 (LDS)

 

John Tracy & Catherine Carland

James b. 22 April 1867 (LDS)

 

John Tracey & Catherine Hassan

Michael b. 11 November 1879 Drumard (LDS)

 

John Tracy & Mary McFall

Francis b. 12 June 1865 (LDS)

 

John Tracey & Margaret Sinclair

Martha b. 24 April 1865 (LDS)

 

John Treacy

Am looking for John Treacy born in Londonderry, 1823 joined the RIC in 1843, married 1848. Katy 

 

Matilda Tracy (b. abt. 1819 Londonderry) & Jeremiah Dunn (b: abt 1817 Londonderry)

Children:

Robert DUNN b: ABT 1845 in Pennsylvania

Mary A. DUNN b: ABT 1847 in Pennsylvania

Sarah M. DUNN b: ABT 1851 in Pennsylvania

William H. DUNN b: ABT 1853 in Pennsylvania

Elizabeth R. DUNN b: ABT 1857 in Pennsylvania

Jeremiah DUNN b: ABT AUG 1859 in Pennsylvania

Julia A. DUNN b: ABT 1861 in West Buxton, York, Maine

 

Unity Tracey & Hugh Mc Closkey 

Michael Mc Closkey  b. 01 Jan 1868  Londonderry, Ireland (LDS)

 

Elizabeth Tracy

Death: 22 Nov 1911, Carleton, Canada

Age: 71

Birth Location: Co Derry, Ireland

Parents: William Tracy & Margaret Green

Certified by: James Tracy, Montreal Road


William Tracey & Mary Mullan [Married 1892?]

Annie Tracey (d. 9 Jan 1945 in L'Derry N Ireland) m. Bernard Logue

Children

*       Living LOGUE

Updated: Aug 25 2001

 

William Tracey & Catherine Tracey

James b. 18 November 1866 (LDS)

 

William Joseph Tracy (s. of Wm. J. Tracy b. Co. Derry, Ireland & Mary Murphy b. Co., Derry, Ireland) b. 19 Sep 1881 Philadelphia, Pa d. 09 Jul 1927 Washington, D.C. buried 09 Jul 1927 Philadelphia, Pa. Age: 46. Occupation: Secretary, Labor Union Of. Spouse's Name: Josephine V. Wilson [William J. Tracy, Secretary-Treasurer, Building Trades Department, Union Labor Life Insurance Company 1927]

 

 

 Ardtrea & Desertlin (& Moneymore)

 

Elizabeth Tracey. Tracey Elizabeth of Ballyneill Beg Loop Moneymore county Londonderry widow died 4 October 1942 Administration Belfast 18 January to George Tracey farmer. Effects £405.

 

George Tracey b. abt 1805 Ardtrea (LDS)

 

George Tracey m. Elizabeth/Eliza Clements 27 April 1830 Ballinderry by Moneymore (LDS)

Sarah Jane b. 4 January 1831 Ballinderry by Moneymore d. 14 March 1838 (LDS)

Margaret b. 31 May 1835 Ballinderry by Moneymore (LDS)

Sarah b. 13 December 1839 Ballinderry by Moneymore (LDS)

Isaac b. 21 January 1841 Ballinderry by Moneymore (LDS)

Lucinda b. 1 February 1844 Ballinderry by Moneymore (LDS)

 

James Tracey & Anne

Elizabeth b. 18 March 1827 Ballinderry by Moneymore (LDS)

 

Nancy Jane Tracey or Jamieson m. Francis Sarson 20 December 1846 Woods Chapel Ardtrea (LDS)

 

Oliver Tracey m. Margaret Berryman 9 August 1842 Ballinderry by Moneymore (LDS)

Mary Jane b. 5 October 1842 Ballinderry by Moneymore (LDS)

James Alexander b. 25 December 1843 Ballinderry by Moneymore (LDS)

 

Rachel Anne Tracy (d. of George Tracy, 20 years) m. Thomas Bates (s. of Thomas Bates, 21 years) 22 Sep 1853 Arthea, Derry, Ire

Rachael Ann Tracey & Thomas Bates

[Male] Bates b. 29 Jul 1864 Moneymore [Artrea], Londonderry (LDS)

Sarah Matilda Bates b. 3 Nov 1866 Ballymenagh/Moneymore, Londonderry (LDS)

Rachel Bates b. 7 May 1869 Moneymore Londonderry (LDS)

Maria Bates b. 20 Dec 1871 Moneymore Londonderry (LDS)

Jemima Bates b. 20 Dec 1871 Moneymore Londonderry (LDS)

Hugh Bates b. 4 Jul 1877 Ballynenagh [Artrea], Londonderry (LDS)

 

Richard Tracey & Sarah Ann

Maria b. 30 July 1843 Ballinderry by Moneymore (LDS)

 

William Tracey & Anne

Anne b. 23 August 1840 Ballinderry by Moneymore (LDS)

 

William Tracey & Ann Jane

William Oliver b. 12 August 1844 Ballinderry by Moneymore (LDS)

 

 

 Ballinascreen (& Draperstown)

 

Catherine Tracey. Tracey Catherine of Drumard Draperstown [Ballynascreen] county Londonderry widow died 30 June 1925 Administration Londonderry 9 March to Daniel Donaghy farmer. Effects £3.

 

Patrick Tracey of Drumard Draperstown county Londonderry farmer died 25 December 1933 Administration Londonderry 2 March to Daniel Donaghy farmer. Effects £3.

 

 

 Banagher (& Feeny)

 

James Trac(e)y & Jane Ann O’Neill

Elizabeth b. 22 July 1866 Feeny (LDS)

Elizabeth b. 11 December 1869 (LDS)

James b. 1 November 1873 (LDS)

Mary Jane b. 27 May 1875 (LDS)

 

Manus/Manasses Trac(e)y & Jane Neill

William b. 17 December 1864 Feeny (LDS)

Joseph b. 26 December 1866 Feeny (LDS)

Robert b. 10 April 1869 (LDS)

Thomas b. 22 January 1871 (LDS)

 

 

 Colraine

 

Catherine Treacy b. abt 1750-1770 in Aghadowney?, Co Londonderry? & Thomas Budds

Has Children Mary Budds b: Abt 1795 in Aghadowney?, Co Londonderry?, Ireland

 

James and Mary Tracey.

I am trying to trace James and Mary Tracey. Their son William settled in Greenock, Scotland, but I think the family originated from Coleraine. I have no other information about their origins or other family members. Can anyone help please?

Lynn Ceney May 7, 2006

MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS

Eleanor Tracey, 1956, Ballyaghran Derry

 

MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS

John Tracey, unknown, Macosquin Derry

Peter Tracey, 1991 Macosquin Derry

 

 

 Cumber Upper (& Claudy)

 

The Will of Felix Tracy late of Gortilea County Londonderry Farmer who died 7 May 1883 at same place was proved at Londonderry by Robert James Craig of Craigdarragh and David Craig of Oaks Lodge both in said County Farmers the Executors. Date Of Grant: 04/10/1884 Effects: Effects £205 10s [Will: farm of land at Gortilea, tenant of the Fishmongers Company to sister Betty Tracy, to brother Neil Tracy £1, to brother Barney £1, brother-in-law Thomas Hays? £1, brother-in-law Denis Delaney £1, dated 1st January 1880]

1884 Felix Tracy of Gortilea, farmer, probate copy of will and letters of administration. D1118/14/T/11

 

8 Dec 1884 Derry Journal

Claudy Petty Sessions...appeared to answer a charge the larceny of two head of cattle. Mr. Maxwell, solicitor, Derry, was concerned for the defence. Betty Tracey deposed that she was the owner of farm and cattle, which had been left her by her brother, Felix Tracey; that the prisoner...

 

Frank Tracey. Tracey Frank of Gortilea county Londonderry farmer died 28 March 1938 Probate Londonderry 4 March to John McMenamin farmer. Effects £89 5s.

 

Francis Tracey & Ann Deerey

Ellen b. 10 February 1864 Clady District (LDS)

 

Ann Tracey, Death Date: 11 Nov 1864, Death Place: Clandy, Cumber, County Londonderry, Ireland, Age: 35, Occupation: Labourer'S Wife, Spouse's Name: Francis Tracey

 

Henry Tressy & Mary Lynch

Bridget b. 6 October 1865 Clady District (LDS)

 

Henry Tracey: Administration of the estate of Henry Tracey late of Altahoney [Altaghoney] County Londonderry Farmer who died 11 February 1877 granted at Londonderry to Bridget Feeny of Craig Claudy said County Married Woman the Daughter. Date Of Grant: 20/09/1898 Effects: Effects £90

 

Hugh Tracy & Mary Sharkey

Rose Ann b. 24 October 1866 Clady District (LDS)

Hugh b. 26 February 1870 (LDS)

 

James Tracy & Mary Kane

Robert b. 14 May 1866 Clady District (LDS)

Elizabeth b. 4 October 1871 (LDS)

John b. 4 March 1876 (LDS)

 

Pearl arrived 1841 NSW (Bounty immigrants)

James Tracy (s. of James Tracy & Nancy O'Neil) RC, farm servant, 19 years of Claudy, Londonderry,

 

James Tracy & Sarah Tracy

Catherine b. 26 September 1875 (LDS)

Jane b. 13 April 1877 Cumber (LDS)

John b. 4 April 1879 Gortnarane (LDS)

 

Administration of the Estate of James Tracey late of Sallowilly County Londonderry Farmer who died 3 December 1921 granted at Londonderry to Margaret Tracey Spinster Effects £60 10s.

 

John Tracy & Catherine Carlin

Mary b. 5 June 1865 Clady District (LDS)

Catharine b. 29 August 1868 (LDS)

Elizabeth b. 13 August 1872 (LDS)

 

 

John Tracy & Mary Kirgan [John Tracey m. Mary Kirgan 1871]

John b. 11 July 1872 Claudy, Derry (LDS)

Henry b. 3 May 1874 Claudy, Derry (LDS)

John Tracy & Mary Kergan

James Tracy b. 18 Aug 1876 Tyrone (LDS)

John Treacy and Mary Kergan

James Tracey was born near Derry on 18/08/1876. Throughout the family both spellings of the surname are used. He moved to Scotland and married at the age of 28. He worked in the steelworks around Motherwell. He died on 12/06/1964.

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/rosaleen.lofnes/traceys.htm

http://www.lofnes.co.uk/traceys.htm

 

 

http://www.lofnes.co.uk/traceys/grandatracey.jpg

James Tracy 1876-1964

 

James Tracey and Sarah Nicholas

1. James Tracey (b.c.1796-1863) m. Sarah Crawford [James Trasy m. Sarah Crawford 13 Aug 1833 Old Kilpatrick, Dunbarton, Scotland]

1.1 Hannah Tracey 1828? Derry – m. Patrick McGlinchy Barony Lanark Scotland

Hannah Tracy m. Patrick Mcglinchy 15 June 1849 Barony, Lanark, Scotland

1.2 Sarah Tracey 1831? Duntocher Dumbartonshire Scotland – 1881 m. Hugh McGill

Sarah Tracey m. Hugh Mac Guill 26 January 1849 Old Kilpatrick, Dunbarton, Scotland

2. Henry Tracy (b.c.1805-1869) m. Elizabeth McLaughlin

2.1 Sarah Tracy (b.c. 1831 Ireland – 1918 Boston MA) m. William McDevitt

2.2 Bernard Tracy, Rev (b.c. 1832 Claudy Derry – 1912 St.John's Barrhead Glasgow) ordination All Hallows Drumcondra Dublin

2.3 Daniel Tracy (b.c. 1835 Ireland – 1895 Asylum Gourock)

2.4 Elizabeth Tracy (b.c. 1837 Ireland)

12 May 1860 Catholic Telegraph, Dublin

…in France, is Miss Elizabeth Tracy; in religion, Sister Alphonse, daughter of Mr. H. Tracy, Glasgow, and sister of the Rev. Bernard Tracy, young priest, lately ordained by the Cardinal…

2.5 Bridget Tracy (b.c. 1838 Ireland – 1857 Glasgow, Lanarkshire)

2.6 Henry Tracy (b.c. 1842 Ireland – 1887 82 Main St. Pollokshaws Glasgow) m. Margaret McAllister

Henry Tracey m. Margaret Mcallister 18 April 1866 High Church, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland

2.6.1 Henry Alexander Tracy (1867 Clyde Glasgow Lanark – 1945 Wandsworth London) m. Ellen Elizabeth Tully

Henry Alexander Tracy b. 17 May 1867 Clyde, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland

2.6.2 Alice Elizabeth Tracy (1868 High Church,Glasgow,Lanark – 1892) m. Joseph Henry Tully

Alice Elizabeth Tracy b. 8 October 1868 High Church, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland

2.6.3 Mary Ann Tracy (1869 High Church Glasgow Lanark – 1942 Humboldt USA) m. TJ Rath Brown

Mary Ann Tracy b. 27 December 1869 High Church, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland

2.6.4 Bernard Maria Josef Tracy (1871 Eastwood Renfrew – 1872)

Bernard Maria Tracy b. 14 August 1871 Eastwood, Renfrew, Scotland

2.6.5 John Tracy (1873 Eastwood Renfrew – 1895)

John Tracy b. 17 January 1873 Eastwood, Renfrew, Scotland

2.6.6 Margaret Tracy (1874 Eastwood Renfrew – 1889)

Margaret Tracy b. 16 November 1874 Eastwood, Renfrew, Scotland

2.6.7. Rose Mary F Tracy (1883 Eastwood Pollokshaws Glasgow – 1956 Bournemouth) m. John Forde Dockery

2.6.8 Catherine Tracy (1885 1 Bengal St. Pollokshaw Eastwood Glasgow  – 1965 Bournemouth)

2.7 Mary Ann Tracy (b.c. 1846 Ireland – 1869 Shawhills Pollokshaws Glasgow) m. Patrick Fletcher

Mary Ann Tracy m. Patrick Fletcher 24 September 1866 Eastwood, Renfrew, Scotland

3. Bernard Tracey (b.c.1808-1862) m. Sarah McCluskey (b.c.1811-1869)

3.1. James Tracey (b. c. 1833 in Co. Derry d. 23 Feb 1890 in Dublin, Ireland) m. Jane Campbell (1844 – 1918)

James Tracey m. Jane Campbell 06 Jun 1865 Greenock Old Or West, Renfrew, Scotland

3.1.1. Mary Tracey 1866 – 1867 Port Glasgow, Renfrew, Scotland

Mary Tracey b. 02 Mar 1866 Port Glasgow, Renfrew, Scotland 

3.1.2. Christina Sarah [also known as Mary] Tracey 1867 Dublin – 1931

Christina Sara Tracey b. 26 December 1867 bapt. 3 January 1868 of Archbold Place Sp. Catharina O Neille. St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral.

Mary b. 25 December 1867 North Dublin (LDS)

3.1.3. Mary Jane Tracey 1870 Dublin – 1942 m. Denis Treacy

Mary Jane Tracey b. 2 March 1870 of 11 L Green Sp. Mary Commins. St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral.

Denis Treacy (s. of Joseph Treacy & Elizabeth Finigan, dead) of 58 Florinda Pl Nea [NCR] m. Mary Jane Treacy (d. of James Treacy & Jane Cambell, dead) of 59 Capel St on 29 August 1897 Wit: Michael Kane of 23 Hardunelle? St & Maria Devlin of 1 North Anne St. St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral.

3.1.4. Sarah Tracey 1872 Dublin – 1890

Sarah Treacy b. 16 January 1872 of 1 Anne St Sp. Kate Dunne. St. Michan’s RC [State reg: Tracey, Sarah, Dublin North, 1872 2 635]

3.1.5. John Tracey 1874 Dublin – 1875

John b. 14 February 1874 North Dublin (LDS)

3.1.6. Elizabeth Mary Tracey 1876 Dublin – 1879

Elizabeth Mary Tracy b. 3 December 1876 of 3 Lisburne St Sp. Joseph & Mary Campbell. St. Michan’s RC

3.1.7. James Christopher Tracey 1879 Dublin – 1948 m. Mary Raynor

James b. 6 June 1879 Dublin (LDS) James Christopher Tracy b. 12 June 1879 of 3 Lisburne St Sp. James Cummins & Christina Tracy [COMMENT ???] St. Michan’s RC

James Tracey (s. of James Tracey & Jane Campbell of 3 Little Britain St) of 3 Little Britain St m. Mary Rayner [Raynor] (d. of George Rayner [Raynor] & Elizabeth Harry [Hoey] - dead) of 45? Synge Street on 30 June 1904 Wit: Patrick Stringer 9 Lwr Liffey Street & Elizabeth Holbin? of 18 Aungiers Street. [see St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral]

3.1.8. Joseph Tracey 1882 Dublin

Joseph Tracey b. 23 September 1882 of 3 Old Lisburn St Sp. Mary Jane Tracey. St. Michan RC

3.2. Mary Ann Tracey (b.c. 1835 in Co. Derry d. 9 Dec 1871 North America) m John Bain (1834-1916)

3.3. Elizabeth Tracey (b.C. 1840 in Co. Derry d. 10 Oct 1893  Edinburgh St Andrew, Midlothian, Scotland) m. John Fairley (1843-1890)

3.4. John Tracey (b. 20 Jul 1842 in Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland)

 

Henry Tracy

Pseud. ‘Peregrinus’. Brother of the Rev Bernard Tracy [of Derry], Mount St. Mary’s, Pollockshaws, Glasgow, Scotland. Henry was a historical fiction writer and published the following in book form when he resided in Glasgow 1863, although the preface is dated 1st August 1864 Lille, France. Also published in the Dublin Saturday Magazine supplement 1865-1867.

“The adventures of Bernard O’Loughlin: A tale of the north of Ireland, illustrative of the character and condition of the people some years back…”

“The groundless accusation: or, the sufferings of Bernard O’Loughlin, a successful candidate for the priesthood”

4 July 1867 Holograph letter from Bernard Tracy, [Rome], Pollokshaws, Glasgow, to Kirby: Putting in writing faculties already requested - 1. Powers to bless beads etc. 2. Invest in the various scapulars [here listed]. 3. Faculties to start confraternities of the Sacred Heart. Request similar faculties for Rev. James McNamera, Neilston, Glasgow. 3pp

The Kirby Collection Catalogue Irish College Rome Part 4 Years 1867-1873

18 February 1868 (FJ) Publications

Impressions of a Voyage in Italy and a visit to Rome on Occasion of the late Centenary Celebrations by the Rev. Bernard Tracy. 6d post free. Dublin: T. Richardson and Son, 9 Capel street.

04 September 1869 Paisley Herald and Renfrewshire Advertiser

At the residence of his son, the Rev. Bernard Tracy, sen., Pollokshaws, on the 28th ultimo, Mr Henry Tracy, bookseller, Glasgow, aged 70 years.

 

TRACEY:

I have been researching my family tree for a few years now and found that my grt.grt.grandfather Bernard Tracey (1808-1862) was from Derry. His parents names were James Tracey and Sarah Nicholas. He married Sarah McCluskey (1811-1869) (Her parents were John McCluskey & Mary McDonald) and the family moved to Scotland about 1839. His occupation is given as Flax Dresser on the 1840 Scottish Census.

I found the death certs of 3 brothers Bernard (abt.1808-1862), James (abt.1796-1863) and Henry Tracey (abt.1805-1869) in Scotland. Their parents are given as James Tracey & Sarah Nicholas.Their birth dates are approx.

James (married Sarah Crawford) seems to have been the first to emigrate about 1830. His daughter Sarah was born In Dumbartonshire in 1831 according to the 1841 census. Possible other daughter Hannah but no verification as yet except that a Hannah Tracey appears as a witness on Sarah's wedding record to Hugh McGill (copy on my ancestry site)

Henry (married Elizabeth McLaughlin). In all records he spells his name Tracy. They had 7 children one of whom was Fr. Bernard Tracy (born in Derry)

Bernard (married Sarah McCloskey) was my gt.gt.grandfather. They first appear in Scottish records on the 1841 census. They had 4 children.

I found that I am related to Henry Tracy who wrote The adventures of Bernard O'Loughlin as listed in your Artists section. Henry's father also Henry Tracy (1805-1869) was the brother of my gt.gt.grandfather Bernard Tracey. I also found another brother, James. I have a lot of info on the 3 brothers as they all went to live in Scotland and as you may know Scottish records are really a bit of a gold mine. On the 3 Death records for Bernard, James and Henry (sen) their parents are given as James Tracey & Sarah Nicholas.

Henry (jun) had a brother named Bernard who became a priest. I note you mention him in relation to his brother's book and that he was from [Claudy] Derry. As he left Ireland  around the time of the Famine his memories of his life in Ireland would not have been great. He probably heard stories from his parents which made their way into his book and there might be some family genealogy too. He was born 1842 in Ireland and died 1887 in Glasgow. His brother Bernard was born 1833 [1832] and died 1912 again in Glasgow.

Henry (sen) [& Junior] listed in the Post Office annual Glasgow directory as bookseller & picture frame maker.

Kevin Tracey March 2014

1863-1864 POST OFFICE GLASCOW DIRECTORY

Tracy, Henry, bookseller, picture frame and looking-glass maker; works, 13 Rottenrow; house 343 High Street

Tracey, Peter, Victoria Turkish Baths, 106 West Nile Street; House, 24 Garscaddenstreet

1865/1866 Glasgow Postal Directory

Tracy, Henry, bookseller and looking-glass, and picture-frame maker, 343 High Street

Tracy, Henry, jun., furniture polish manufacturer, 45 Duke street; house 343 High Street

Tracy, Henry, photographer, 150 stockwell street

Tracey, Thomas, Victoria Turkish Baths, 106 West Nile Street

Dublin Traceys

I have confirmed that they were at 97.7 Capel St. in the 1901 census, and 190.1 North King St. in 1911.Also my grandfather James and his family were living in 30 Temple St. at the 1911 count. I have also been able to trace burial records in Glasnevin Cemetry which show my great grand-father (also James) and other members of his family. Sad reading the death of the young ones even at this remove of time.

For the best part of 50 years (at least) my family were living in the area around the Vegetable Market (Green st. Lisburn st.).

I may have to go to Dublin again as I am determined to go as far back as I can. Having first started this journey in the early 1970s I need to conclude it.T here are many loose strands.

I can confirm that the names above as I have the burial records.

Mary d. August 1869

John d. Nov. 1875

Eliza d. Feb. 1879

Sarah d. Jan. 1890

James d. Feb. 1890 (father of the above) aged approx 49.

Jane d. July 1918 (wife & mother of the above) aged approx.75

Like you I cannot find birth date for Christine. (approx.1868)

The other named James b.1879-d.1948 was my grandfather.

Kevin Tracey 21 April 2011

 

John Tracy: Letters of Administration of the personal estate of John Tracy late of Mulderg County Londonderry Farmer who died 4 April 1883 at same place were granted at Londonderry to Nancy Tracy of Mulderg the Widow. Date Of Grant: 01/09/1886 Effects: Effects £80

John Tracey: Administration of the unadministered estate of John Tracey late of Mulderg County Londonderry Farmer who died 4 April 1883 granted at Londonderry to Mary Tracey of Mulderg the Daughter. (Former Grant 1 September 1886) Date Of Grant: 27/04/1899 Effects: Effects £80

 

Administration (with the Will) of the Estate of John Tracey late of Lower Craig Claudy County Londonderry Farmer who died 24 January 1893 granted at Londonderry to James Tracey Farmer.

 

Probate of the Will of John Tracey formerly of Ballymaclenaghan late of Gortilea County Londonderry Farmer who died 16 October 1916 granted at Londonderry to Robert Tracey and Frank Tracey Farmers.

 

John Tracy: Probate of the Will of John Tracy late of Mulderg Claudy County Londonderry Farmer who died 10 April 1917 granted at Londonderry to Thomas McLaughlin Farmer. Date Of Grant: 18/07/1917 Effects: Effects £14 4s. 9d.

 

Manasses Tracey of Claudy married Anne McGuinnes [daughter of Neal McGuiness & Catherine Mullan of Slaghtmanus bapt 18 Oct 1875. Waterside Parish] 6 Aug 1908 at Claudy [see 1911 Census]

 

Margaret Tracey of Sallowilly Claudy county Londonderry spinster died 17 April 1937 Probate Londonderry 4 August to John Kelly junior public elementary teacher. Effects £25.

 

Mary Tracy, full age, spinster, of Sallowilly?, d. of James Tracy, living, farmer married Patrick McCloskey, full age, batchelor, farmer, of Flehiney? s. of James McCloskey, dead, farmer. Wit: Bernard? Dirine? & Catharine Tracy. RC Church of Claudy 6 January 1887 [their marks]

 

Robert Tracey of Gortilea county Londonderry farmer died 31 October 1940 Probate Londonderry 4 March to John McMenamin farmer. Effects £227 5s.

 

Susan Tracey of Gortilea county Londonderry spinster died 22 January 1939 Probate Londonderry 4 March to John McMenamin farmer. Effects £135 7s. 6d.

 

MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS

Alexander Tracey, 1987, Cumber Upper Derry

Annie Tracey, 1900, Cumber Upper Derry

Annie Tracey, 1917, Cumber Upper Derry

Cassie Tracey, 1886, Cumber Upper Derry

Elizabeth Tracey, 1867, Cumber Upper Derry

Elizabeth Tracey, 1895, Cumber Upper Derry

Ellen Tracey, 1900, Cumber Upper Derry

Ellen Tracey, 1940, Cumber Upper Derry

Henry Tracy, 1905, Cumber Upper Derry

James Tracey, 1915, Cumber Upper Derry

James Tracey, 1940, Cumber Upper Derry

Jane Ann Tracey, 1922, Cumber Upper Derry

John J. Tracey, 1958, Cumber Upper Derry

John Tracey, 1938, Cumber Upper Derry

John Tracy, 1917, Cumber Upper Derry

Margaret Tracey, 1897, Cumber Upper Derry

Mary Ellen Tracey, 1981, Cumber Upper Derry

Mary Ellen Tracy, 1902, Cumber Upper Derry

Mary Jane Tracey, 1947, Cumber Upper Derry

Rose Brigid Teresa Tracey, 1982, Cumber Upper Derry

Thomas A. Tracey, 1938, Cumber Upper Derry

Thomas Tracey, 1939, Cumber Upper Derry

 

 

 Derry City: Waterside (& Glendermott)/St. Columbs/St. Eugenes

 

Waterside records begins 1864

St. Columbs 1823 - 1880

St. Eugenes 1873 – 1880 No records

 

Mary Tracey & Phillip McShane

Margaret McShane b. 18 Apr 1847 Sp. James McShane & Margaret Feeney St. Columb's Parish

 

John Tracey & Biddy Doherty

Pat Tracey b. 22 Oct 1849 Sp. Mary Currin St. Columb's Parish

 

Anne Tracy (d. of Francis Tracy) m. Charles Platt (s. of Robert Platt) 11 Aug 1851 Londonderry, Derry, Ire

 

Francis Trasey & Ann Deesy

Mary L Trasey b. 28 Mar 1852 Sp. Mrs McDermott & Susan McDermott St. Columb's Parish

 

Marg? Tracey

Henry Tracey b. 31 Jul 1854 Sp. John McCaison & Mary McCaison St. Columb's Parish

 

William Tracy & Catharin Tracy

William Tracy b. 3 Aug 1861 Sp. Joanna Kimimed St. Columb's Parish

James Tracey b. 18 Nov 1866 Sp. Catherine Cavanagh St. Columb's Parish

 

Michael Tracy & Catherine McCormac

Thomas Tracy b. 12 Oct 1864 of Fountain Hill Sp. Patrick McNutty & Ellen McCormac. Waterside Parish (11 October 1864 LDS)

Francis Joseph Tracey b. 29 August 1866 of Fountain Hill  Sp. Francis McCormac & Mary McCormac. Waterside Parish (28 August 1866 Glendermot (LDS)

Mary Tracey b. 8 Jan 1868 of Fountain Hill Sp. Ellen McCormac. Waterside Parish (7 January 1868 LDS)

George Augustine Tracey b. 29 Aug 1869 of Fountain Hill Sp. George Tracy & Anne Tracy. Waterside Parish (George Austin b. 22 August 1869 LDS)

Catherine Anne Tracey b. 23 Mar 1871 of Fountain Hill Sp. Joseph Curry & Mary Anne Curry (23 March 1871 LDS)

Michael Tracy & Catherine McCormick

Patrick b. 12 October 1872 (LDS)

 

15 October 1864 (N) Births

Tracy - October 11 at Waterside, Derry, the wife of Mr. Michael Tracy, of a son.

23 Aug 1866 Belfast Neswletter

Tracy - August 23, at Waterside, Derry, the wife of Mr. Michael Tracy, of a son.

 

George Tracey & Anne McLaughlin [see Bernard

Michael Tracey b. 3 Feb 1865 of Lisglass Sp. Mary Elliott. Waterside Parish (b. 15 May 1865 Glendermot LDS)

Mary Catherine Tracey b. 23 Apr 1867 of Lisglass Sp. John McLaughlin & Catherine Tracey. Waterside Parish (20 May 1867 LDS)

Mary Catherine Tracey married John McKeever Londonderry Apr - Jun 1888 Volume 2 Page Number 205 [emigrated to NY & SF]

Mary Catherine Tracey, full age, spinster, of Lisglass Derry, d. of George Tracey, farmer married John McKeevir, full age, batchelor, mason, of Lisdillon Derry, s. of James McKeevir, farmer, Wit: Hugh McGlinchey & Catherine Doherty on the 1 April 1888 RC church of St Columba, Derry

 

George Tracey: Probate of the Will of George Tracey late of Lisglass County Londonderry Farmer who died 16 December 1899 granted at Londonderry to Joseph Deehan Farmer. Date Of Grant: 23/01/1900 Effects: £315

 

George Tracey died Oct - Dec 1899 Londonderry, Ireland, age 77

 

Ann Tracey & John Orr

Jane Orr b. 10? Jan 1865 of Slaghtmanus Sp. Elizabeth Friel. Waterside Parish

 

John Tracey & Anne/ Nancy Egan/ Edgar

Eleanor Tracey b. 8 July 1866 of Knockbrack Sp. Hugh McLinchey & Anne McLinchy. Waterside Parish (4 July 1866 Glendermot LDS)

Elizabeth Tracey b. 8 July 1866 of Knockbrack (these children are twins) Sp. James Gallagher & Mary Anne Gallagher. Waterside Parish (4 July 1866 Glendermot LDS)

 

Unity Tracy & Hugh McCosky

William McCosky b. 8 Dec 1867 Sp. Margaret Kelly St. Columb's Parish

 

Rose Tracey &John McLaughlin

John McLaughlin b. ??? Aug 1868 Sp. George? Tracy & Anne McLaughlin. Waterside Parish

 

Patrick Tracey of Gortin married Eleanor Logue of Knockbrack Wit: James Logue & Elizabeth Brittan 11 Mar 1869. Waterside Parish

 

James Tracey of Drumahoe married Isabella Carolan of Drumahoe Wit: Catherine Tracey & Sophia Carolan 30 Nov 1870. Waterside Parish (Note: Both Catholics yet married by Register Faculties from Bishop Rt Rev O'Kelly)

James Tracey & Bella/Bell/Isabella Carlane/Carland/Corlin/Carlins/Carlin

Ellen Tracey b. 17 Sep 1870 of Drumahoe Sp. Edward Tracy & Mary Tracy. Waterside Parish (LDS)

Anny Tracey b. 19 Oct 1873 of Workhouse Row Sp. Margaret Gormley. Waterside Parish (Annie b. 10 October 1873 Glendermot (LDS)

John Tracey b. 17 Sep 1876 of Cross St Sp. Catherine Tracey. Waterside Parish

James Tracey b. 23 Mar 1879 of Cross St West? Sp. Catherine Brysore?. Waterside Parish (18 March 1879 LDS)

 

Anne Tracey of Lisglass married Daniel McMenamin of Waterside? Wit: George Tracey & John McLaughlin 9 Nov 1870. Waterside Parish

 

John Tracey & Rose Boyle

Isabella Tracey b. 16 Nov 1870 of Fawney [Fawney Cumber Lower] Sp. Robert Keogh & Margaret Rush. Waterside Parish  (26 November 1870 LDS)

Joseph Tracey b. 9 Jan 1876 of Oaks Sp. Robert Keogh & Mary Keogh. Waterside Parish (Francis Joseph b. 2 January 1876 LDS) (note: married Margaret Cairns in church of St. Paul Shettleston Glasgow 1st December 1911)

Bernard Tracey b. 9 Jun 1878 of Cross? Sp. James Quigley? & Mary Bradley. Waterside Parish (3 June 1878 LDS)

John Trac(e)y & Rose Boyle

Patrick b. 11 September 1864 (LDS)

James b. 30 April 1866 Glendermot (LDS)

Hugh b. 22 September 1868 (LDS)

Mary b. 27 January 1874 (LDS)

 

Isabella Tracey, Ireland, 1892, 18 years, Ireland, to New Brunswick (Mary A. Tracey 16) [born Derry?]

Mary A. Tracey, Ireland, 1892, 16 years, to New Brunswick (see Isabella Tracey, 18)

 

James Tracey of The Cross married Juliana O'Neill of The Oaks Wit: Robert Keogh & Catherine Jameson? 26 Nov 1870. Waterside Parish

James/J Tracey & Susanna/Juliana/M Neill/O'Neill

William Tracey b. 29 Oct 1871 of Spencer Road Sp. Catherine Gomaly. Waterside Parish

Ellen Tracy b. 6 Feb 1874 Sp. Miss O'Neill. Waterside Parish

Elizabeth Tracey b. 8 Dec 1879 of Waterside Sp. Ellen Neill . Waterside Parish

 

Edward Tracey of Drumahoe married Catherine Mullan of Gortnessy Wit: George Kilty? & Mary Anne McClilland 30 Jun 1872. Waterside Parish

Edward Tracy & Catherine Mullan

Ellen Jane Tracey b. 6 July 1870 of Gortnessy Sp. John McGeoghagan & Sara Gara. Waterside Parish

Anne Tracey b. 7 Mar 1875 of Gortnessy Sp. Hugh Murray & Mary Anne Mullan. Waterside Parish

Susan Tracey b. 3 Sep 1876 of Gortnessy Sp. Michael Sminll? & Susan Molloy. Waterside Parish

Margaret Tracey b. 20 Oct 1878 of Gortnessy Sp. Johnney Tracy & Sarah Jane Kearney. Waterside Parish

 

Robert Treacy & Susan Doherty

Ann Treacy b. 23 Sep 1872 Sp. Ann Doherty St. Columb's Parish (note: illigimate)

 

Margaret Tracey married Joseph Deehan Wit: James McLoughlin & Ellen McMinamin 16 Jan 1876. Waterside Parish (note: The Bishops dispensed on 2nd 3rd grade insurauginitits?)

Margaret Tracey & Joseph Deehan

Michael James Deehan b. 3 Dec 1876 of Ardmore Sp. James McLaughlin & Margaret Flanagan. Waterside Parish

George Deehan b. 9 Mar 1879 of Ardmore Sp. John Tracy & Biddy Deeham. Waterside Parish

Margaret Tracey & Joseph Deehan

Patrick Deehan b. 29 Oct 1880 Ardmore Londonderry (LDS)

 

Margaret Tracey m. Joseph Deehan (ca 1848-1925 see note) about 1876 to with

MMichael Deehan 1876-1956

MGeorge Deehan 1879-1952

MPatrick Deehan 1880-1961

FAnna Deehan 1885-

MJohn Joseph Deehan 1889-1959

MThomas Francis Deehan 1892-1953

FMargaret Mary Deehan 1896

 

Anne Tracey & [blank] Cunningham

Joseph Cunningham b. 4 Feb 1877 Sp. Catherine Tracy. Waterside Parish (note: illegitimate)

 

Margaret Tracey married James Edwards of Knockbrack Wit: Andrew Shankey & Jane Duggan 2 Feb 1877. Waterside Parish

Margaret Tracey & James Edwards

Thomas Edwards b. 23 May 1877 of Knockbrack Sp. James Tracey & Anne Camford. Waterside Parish

Robert Joseph Edwards b. 26 Nov 1880 of Top of Hill Sp. Ellen Tracey. Waterside Parish

 

Mary Tracey married Patrick McLaughlin of Bunport? & Knockmill? Wit: William Ward & Mary Connor 7 Jul 1877. Waterside Parish

Mary Tracey & Patrick McLaughlin

James McLaughlin b. 30 Jan 1879 of Fountain Hill Sp. Robert Tracy & Hannah Cortins. Waterside Parish

 

Mary Tacey & John Glenn

William Glenn b. 25 Feb 1878 Sp. Catherine Tracy. Waterside Parish (note: illegimate Drumahoe)

 

Betty Tracey: Probate of the Will of Betty Tracey late of Orehard [Orchard]-row Londonderry Spister [Spinster] who died 12 May 1903 granted at Londonderry to Henry F. Harkin Law Clerk. Date Of Grant: 27/06/1903 Effects: Effects £56 0s. 6d.

 

William Tracey: Probate of the Will of William Tracey late of Lisglass County Londonderry Farmer who died 29 November 1905 granted at Londonderry to Joseph Deehan Farmer and Michael Tracey Merchant. Date Of Grant: 11/06/1906 Effects: Effects £355

               William Tracey died Oct - Dec 1905 Londonderry Ireland, age 43

 

Manasses Tracey of Claudy married Anne McGuinnes [daughter of Neal McGuiness & Catherine Mullan of Slaghtmanus bapt 18 Oct 1875. Waterside Parish] 6 Aug 1908 at Claudy [see 1911 Census]

 

Thomas Treacy, 4137, The Conaught Rangers (Special Reserve), discharged July 1913

19 years b. 1893, RC, Town labourer, 5'7.75", 143 lbs, 37" chest, hazel eyes, black hair, single, scar back of neck, father James & sister Sarah (E) Fawn Street Derry next of Kin

born St. Michaels, near Derry, Donegal

Reference: John Moran, Fish Dealer, Dunlo Street, Ballinasloe, Galway. Thomas Treacy worked Driving Fish Cart for 10 months until 5/12/1912 [before joining up]

 

John Treacy of 5 Dervock Place Waterside Londonderry labourer died 19 February 1919 Administration (with Will) Londonderry 26 March to Mary Jane Cunningham married woman. Effects £35.

 

May 1924 - While playing cricket at Ardmore, Joseph Tracey, Ardhill, burst a blood-vessel, and died the following day in Derry Infirmary.

 

Dec 12, 1934 (IP) Death

Tracy (Derry) December 9 1934, at his residence, Ardkill, Derry, John Tracy formerly of High St., Wexford. RIP. Funeral took place to family burial ground, Ardmore, Derry, yesterday (Tuesday). Queen of the Most Holy Rossary, pray for him. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul.

[May be connected] 1915 Army Application - Not approved.

James Tracy, 10080, The Army Service Corps

39 years 280 days, b. 1876, Shoeing Smith?, married, RC, 5'4.25", 40" chest, mark on inside of right thigh, fit for service at home or abroad, Annie Tracy 12 high street Wexford wife 1895? next of kin

Address: 12 High Street, Wexford

Family: Annie Morris, Spinster, married at Wexford 7/9/1889, lives at 12 high Street Wexford, Child: Catherine Tracy, b. 7/12/1903 at Wexford

8/12/1915 Discharged - Not being likely to become an efficient soldier.

 

Thomas Tracey of Canadian House 72 Bridge Street Londonderry retired boot and shoe maker died 17 December 1939 Probate Londonderry 30 May to James Patrick Tracey post office official. Effects £1349 3s. 6d.

Ellen Tracey. Tracey Ellen of Canadian House 72 Bridge Street Londonderry widow died 12 April 1940 Probate Londonderry 13 September to James Patrick Tracey post office official. Effects £827 12s. 8d.

 

11 December 29, 1945

Tracy (Londonderry) Dec 28 1945, at his nephews residence, Hayesbank Ave., Waterside, Londonderry, Michael Tracey, publican (late of William St., Londonderry). RIP. Remains will be removed to St. Columb's Church, Waterside, to-day (Saturday) at 4.30 pm. Funeral tomorrow (Sunday) to Ardmore Cemetery immediately after 10.30 o'c Mass in St. Columb's Church Waterside.

 

 

MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS

??? Tracey, unknown, Clondermot Derry

??? Tracey, unknown, Clondermot Derry

Ann Tracy, 1913, Clondermot Derry

Brigid Tracy, 1984, Clondermot Derry

Frank Tracey, unknown, Clondermot Derry

George Tracy, 1899, Clondermot Derry

George Tracy, 1969, Clondermot Derry

Kathleen Tracy, 1984, Clondermot Derry

Kevin Tracey, unknown, Clondermot Derry

Margaret Tracy, 1951, Clondermot Derry

Mary Tracey, 1969, Clondermot Derry

Mary Tracy, 1916, Clondermot Derry

Maureen Tracey, 1934, Clondermot Derry

Michael Tracy, 1945, Clondermot Derry

Nanna Tracey, 1990, Clondermot Derry

Patrick Tracey, 1947, Clondermot Derry

Patrick Tracey, 1988, Clondermot Derry

Patrick Tracey, unknown, Clondermot Derry

Rose Tracey, 1903, Clondermot Derry

William Tracy, 1905, Clondermot Derry

 

 

 

 

Tracy's Bar, Derry / Londonderry

 

 

Tracy's Bar, on the corner of Waterloo and William Streets, Derry, established 1889.

on the corner of Waterloo and Williams Streets. Derry

 

 

 Dungiven

 

Administration of the Estate of Mary Tracy late of Dungiven County Londonderry Spinster who died 3 March 1909 granted at Londonderry to The Reverend Peter Tracy R.C.C.

 

The Will (with one Codicil) of Roger M'Cormick late of Wapping-lane Londonderry Dealer deceased who died 21 January 1881 at same place was proved at Londonderry by [Rev] Michael Tracey of Dungiven in said County Parish Priest Joseph Mullen Draper and Bernard Hannigan Pawnbroker both of Londonderry aforesaid the surviving Executors.

 

Patrick Tracy of Derry; born 1783 Dungiven, Co. Londonderry, Ire.; at early age carried by parents to Scotland; 1813 sailed from Scotland in ship Wellington to Canada; lived 9 years in Canada; about 16 years ago came to Derry; age now 42 (Feb. 1838)

National Genealogical Society Quarterly, 1978

 

MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS

Ellen Tracy, 1885 Dungiven Derry

Mary Tracy, 1909 Dungiven Derry

Michael Tracy, 1890 Dungiven Derry

Paul Tracey, unknown Dungiven Derry

 

Dungiven Graveyard

Ellen Tracy died November 1885 aged 65

Rev. Michael Tracy, Dungiven died February 1890

Mary Tracy died March 1909

 

 Faughanvale

 

3.  WILLIAM3 MCGINNIS (JAMES MAGENNIS/2 MCGINNES, JAMES1 MAGENNIS) was born 1806 in Dungillion, and died 30 Apr 1888.  He married Jane Tracey, daughter of William Tracey and Mary Mullan.  She was born 1820, and died 24 Jun 1893 in Dungillion, Faghanvale.

Notes for WILLIAM MCGINNIS:

General Valuation of Ireland, 1958.

Parish of Faughanvale, Co.Derry, states that William Maginness of Dungillion and Wshful Co. of Fishmongers leased 43 acres, 2 roods and 38 perches at a total annual valuation of 16.15.

William remains untill 1888 when he is replaced by Joseph Maginness who continues until end of series in 1931.

Children of WILLIAM MCGINNIS and JANE TRACEY are:

4.            i.             JOSEPH4 MCGINNIS, b. Dungillion; d. 09 Nov 1936.

5.            ii.            WILLIAM MCGINNIS, d. 29 Mar 1928, Duke St, Co. Derry.

6.            iii.           TOMMY MCGINNIS, b. 1857; d. 29 Apr 1929, Seattle, WA.

               iv.           GEORGE MCGINNIS, d. USA.

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/c/g/Patrick-T-Mcginnis/FILE/0005text.txt

 

 Limavady

 

Elizabeth Tracy b. about 1845 Drumsurn d. before 1883 (LDS)

 

Elizabeth Tracy b. 1844 Newton Limavady d. 1864 m. John McQuiston (LDS)

 

TRACEY DANIEL & DUNSEATH MARGARET 1872 M [State Reg: Daniel Tracey, Newtownlimavaddy, 1872 1 1121]

Daniel Tracey & Mary Anne Dunseith/Dunceith

Eliza b. 3 December 1872 Ballykelly (LDS)

John b. 24 March 1874 (LDS) [State Reg: Tracey, John, Newtownlimavady, 1874 6 943]

William b. 16 February 1876 Newtown Limavady (LDS)

Ellen b. 26 November 1879 Carrick (LDS)

 

Cameronia 31 Mar 1929 Canada

Robert Tracey, Age: 39, farm labourer, b. Co. Derry, Northern Ireland

Wife Sarah Tracey, Greysteel, Eglinton, Co. Derry

 

Another American..

My grand father was born in the District of Bally Kelly in the union of Limavady 24 March 1874. John Tracey. I can't find any info, do you have any thoughts? He married in Glasgow on December 23 1903 to Elizabeth Quinton Burton. He had a brother Daniel who was deceased at the time of the wedding. He was a train engineer who may have died in a train accident in South America.
Tracey White Tracey white May 28, 2011
(My mothers brother Jack Tracey never married so I got to carry the name one more generation. Jack, Ruth and Ena were children of John Tracey. I believed they emigrated to Canada in the early 1900s)

 

 

 Maghera & Killylough

 

Bernard Tracy & Rose Loan

Mary b. 13 August 1864 Maghera (LDS)

 

 

 Magherafelt

 

Arthur Tracy of Maghorelett County Lorry (Kerry?) [Magherafelt County Derry] Ireland (s. of Wm & Elizabeth Patterson) married Julia Murphy of Desert, County Cork, Ireland (d. of  Peter & Ellen Murphy) on the 26th April 1847 Kingston, Ontario

 

1. Humphr(e)y Tracy, Ballyneil, Magherafelt, Co. Derry, gent. (Perogative Will) d. 1738

1.1 John Tracy, born c. 1694. B.A. Æst. 1716.

 

William Henry Tracy, b Mugherafelt, Co. Derry, Ire, 5 May 1832 - 16 Jan 1893, buried Beechwood. [#5801] Family is in 1881 Census, St. George Ward, Ottawa married Catherine Combs b. 21 Feb 1833, Ottawa, d. 5 Jun 1917, age 84 in Ottawa, buried Beechwood. [16048]. She lived in Sault Ste. Marie when she died. Parents surname only, Coombs.

http://www.globalgenealogy.com/LCGS/articles/A-COOMBS.HTM

 

 

 Tamlaghtard

 

 

Thomas Tracy, single (s. of Thomas Tracy) m. Margaret Mccartney, single (d. of Charles Mccartney) m. 11 Jan 1868 Ireland [State Reg: Thomas Tracy m. Margaret M'Cartney Marriage 1868 Londonderry Vol 2 Page 306]

 

Thomas Tracy & Margaret Carton/Carten/Cartin

Thomas b. 12 December 1869 (LDS)

Mary Agnes b. 10 August 1872 (LDS)

John b. 16 May 1879 Craig (LDS)

 

MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS

Robert Tracey, 1948 Tamlaghtard Mcgilligan Derry

Sarah Tracey, 1975, Tamlaghtard Mcgilligan Derry

 

 

 GENERAL REFERENCES FOR DERRY

 

Ferguson W.S., Rowan A.J. and John Joseph Tracey (1970) List of historic buildings, groups of buildings, areas of architectural importance in and near the City of Derry. Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, Belfast

 

A Register of Trees for Co. Londonderry, 1768-1911, PRONI, Belfast, 1984.

"Provisional list of pre-1900 School Registers in the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland", UHGGN, 9, pp 60-71

Bernard, Nicholas (ed.) The Whole Proceedings of the Siege of Drogheda [&] Londonderry, Dublin, 1736.

Boyle, E.M.F-G. Records of the town of Limavady, 1609-1808, Londonderry, 1912.

Carson, W.R.H. A bibliography of printed material relating to the county & county borough of Londonderry, 1969

Colby, Col. Ordnance Survey Memoir of the county of Londonderry, Dublin, 1837.

Ewart, L.M. Handbook to the dioceses of Down, Connor & Dromore,

Ferguson, Rev. S. Some items of Historic Interest about Waterside, Londonderry, 1902.

Graham, Rev. John Derriana, a History of the Siege of Derry and the Defence of Enniskillen in 1688 and 1689, with Biographical Notes, 1823.

Henry, Samuel The Story of St Patrick's Church, Coleraine, n.d..

Hughes, Samuel City on the Foyle, Londonderry, 1984.

Innes, R. Natural History of Magiligan Parish in 1725,

Kernohan, J.W The County of Londonderry in Three Centuries, Belfast, 1921.

King, R.G.S A particular of the houses and families in Londonderry, 15/5/1628.,

Maitland WH (1916) History of Magherafelt. The Mid-Ulster Printing Works, Cookstown. [link]

Martin, Samuel Historical gleanings from Co. Derry, and some from Co. Fermanagh, Dublin, 1955.

Masterson, Josephine (1996) Census of Ireland Abstract 1841/1851. Indianapolis.

Mirchell, Brian Derry - Sources for Family History, Derry, The Genealogy Centre, 1992

Mirchell, Brian Derry, A City Invincible, Eglinton, 1990

Moody, T.W. The Londonderry plantation, 1609-41, Belfast, 1939.

Mullin, T.H. Ballyrashane, 1969.

Mullin, T.H. Ulster's Historic City, Derry, Londonderry, Coleraine, 1986.

Mullin, T.H. Aghadowey,

Mullin, Julia The Presbytery of Limavady, Limavady, 1989.

Munn A. M. Note on the placenames (...) of Derry,

O'Laverty, Rev. James An Historical Account of the Dioceses of Down and Connor, Dublin, 1878-89.

Phillips, Sir Thomas Londonderry and the London Companies, PRONI, Belfast, 1928.

Reeves, William Ecclesiastical Antiquities of Down, Connor and Dromore, 1847.

Shearman, H Ulster, London, 1949.

Simpson, Robert The Annals of Derry, Londonderry, 1847.

Witherow, Thomas Derry and Enniskillen, in the year 1689, 1873, 1885.

Witherow, Thomas A True Relation of the Twenty Week Siege, London, 1649.

Last update: 21 March 2017