1841-1891 Census of Lancashire
Born in Ireland (approx)
Daniel Treacy, taylor, Bolton-le-Moor, Lancashire
January 10, 1845 Vermont Phoenix
A Constable made an Earl.
A Liverpool police man, named James Tracy, has been elevated to the Irish Peerage, as Earl Tracy. His history is curious. He was born in a peasant's cot in King's county, Ireland. There was a large family of little Tracvs, and a gentleman taking fancy to the boy, gave him a liberal education. He subsequently married a lady of beauty and considerable fortune; but reduced himself by prosecuting the peerage claim, until he. was obliged to seek employment as a policeman. The claim has been decided in his favor, and he is now a peer. His story certain ly contains in abundance the raw materials for a romance.
[see Tracy Peerage Case]
1853 Gore's Directory of Liverpool
James Tracey, 171 London Road
James Tracey, 3 Falkland Street
James Tracey, victualler, 171, London road
John Tracey, 93 Chester Street
John Tracey, book keeper, 92. Chester street
Thomas Tracey, cartowner, 10, Love lane
Thomas Tracey, shipping agent, 54, Regent street
Tracey shipping office, 62 Waterloo road
Patrick Tracy & Thomas Tracy of Longford, New York and Liverpool, Emigration Agents.
August 26, 1873 The London Gazette,
Notice is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, carrying on business as Emigration Agents, at Waterloo-road, Liverpool, under the firm of Tracy and Baldwin, was this day dissolved by mutual consent the said Joseph Baldwin retiring, and the said Patrick Tracy carrying on the said business on his own account.—Dated this 15th day of August, 1873.
8 April 1854 The Citizen 12 August 1854 The Citizen
16 September 1857 Liverpool Mercury
At St. Jamses, Birkdalw...Henry oldest son of Mr Richard Dandy, of Upper King street, Southport, to Elizabeth, third daughter of Mr. Philip Treacy, cattle dealer, Castle Douglas [Scotland].
23 March 1858 The London Gazette
On their own petitions...James Tracy, late of the Chatsworth Arms, Harbord-street, Wavertree-street, Liverpool, Lancashire, not in any business.—In the Gaol of Liverpool.
11 May 1858 The London Gazette
Court For Relief Of Insolvent Debtors. Saturday the 8th day of May, 1858...James Tracy, late of the Chatsworth Arms, Harbnrd-street, Liverpool, Lancashire, not in any business, Insolvent, No. 86,529 C.; John Sykes Gardner, Assignee.
24th October 1862 The Cardiff Times
The Recent Riots At Birkenhead. The prisoners remanded from Birkenhead, on the 10th inst., on a charge of being concerned in the recent disgraceful riots in that town, occasioned by an attack of the Roman catholic party on the local "parliamentary debating society",...The following is a list of the prisoners apprehended...James Tracey...
21st March 1863 The Tablet
His Lordship the Bishop of the Diocese held an Ordination in the Chapel of the Convent, at Holt Hill, on the 12th of March, when the Rev. Patrick Tracy, of the Diocese of Limerick, received sub-Deaconship, having on the previous day received the Tonsure and the Four Minor Orders. On Sitientes Saturday he will be ordained Deacon, and on notion Sunday he, will be advanced to the Priesthood. He will be appointed to the Church of St. Werburg, Birkenhead.
7th January 1882 The Tablet
Death of a Shrewsbury Priest At Kilmallock.—The name of the priest of the diocese of Kilmallock, co. Limerick, as stated in our last issue, was incorrectly given. It should have been the Rev. Patrick Tracy, of St. Paul's, Newton Moor, Manchester.
17 September 1864 (N) O'Brien Monument Committee
...Rev. John Tracy, St. Augustine's Manchester £1...
1865 Catholic directory, almanac and registry of Ireland, England and Scotland.
Manchester, St. Augustine's Granby-rown Rev...John Tracey...[of Waterford]
Stockport...St. Josephs Rev...P. Tracey...[of Limerick]
Shropshire, Oswestry, Rev. P. Tracey
Diocese of Salford, Heaton Norris, John Tracy
7th April 1866 The Tablet
Presentation to The Rev. John Tracy, Late Of St. Augustine's, Manchester. (From Our Own Correspondent.)
On Sunday last, a deputation from the congregation of St. Augustine's consisting of Messrs. Brady, Kelly, M‘Coy, J. Brady, Blanchflower, and R. Clayton, waited upon the Rev. J. Tracy, at Heaton Norris, to present him with an address of affection expressing their regret at the separation, and wishing him happiness and success in the new mission to which he has been recently appointed by the Bishop. Accompanying the address was a purse of gold. The Rev. gentleman returned his grateful thanks, and acknowledged with much feeling the kindness which he had experienced during the years he laboured at St. Augustine's, both from the clergy and laity.
Diocese of Salford, Heaton Norris, Rev John Tracy
25 May 1872 (FJ)
We deeply regret the death of a good priest and a good Irishman, the Rev. John Tracy, of Manchester, who expired suddenly at Lismore on the 22nd inst...he had lately visited Cork for the purpose of inviting prominent Home Rulers to the Manchester meeting...
08 January 1866 Liverpool Daily Post
Treacy —January 5, Mr. John Treacy, secretary to the United Assurance Sick and Burial Society of St. Patrick, aged 57 years.
12 November 1869 Liverpool Daily Post
M'Lean - Treacy. November 10 at St Alexanders Bootle...James eldest son of Captain Peter M'Lean, Bootle, to Catherine, eldest daughter of the late John Treacy, Esq., of this town [Liverpool].
23 January 1869 Flag of Ireland (Dublin)
Funeral a Deceased Member of the Irish Brigade. — On Sunday afternoon the remains of Patrick Tracey, one of the band of the Liverpool Irish Brigade (64th L. R. V.) were interred in the Catholic Cemetery, at Ford, with military honours. Early in the afternoon...
1869 Slaters Directory
William Treacy, baker, 5 Pomona St
Jan 24th, 1870 Liverpool Mercury
Awful Catastrophe In Liverpool. False Alarm Of Fire And Terrible Panic In A Roman Catholic Chapel. 15 Persons Crushed Or Trampled To Death. A Number Injured...the injured...John Tracey, aged 18, baker, 29 Comus St...
4 July 1871 (FJ) The Sisters of Mercy, Ballinrobe, County Mayo
...Beautiful Album and Embroidered Pin Cushion - T. Tracy, Esq, Liverpool.
8 July 1871 Ballinrobe Chronicle
The Sister of Mercy Ballinrobe...Bazaar...Beautiful Album & Embroidered Pin Cushion - T Tracy Esq., Liverpool...
Royal Navy (RN) Records
Andrew Tracy. Official Number: 198967. Place of Birth: Liverpool, Lancashire. Date of Birth: 06 July 1881.
Arthur Ewart Tracy. Official Number: F52523. Place of Birth: Liverpool. Date of Birth: 05 April 1884.
John Tracey. Official Number: 293466. Place of Birth: Liverpool, Lancashire. Date of Birth: 28 December 1874.
1875 Liverpool Commercial Directory
Tracey/Tracy Daniel G„ plumber, painter, &c, 35 Gt. Crosshall Bt. N
Tracey/Tracy and Co., emigration agents, 60A. Waterloo road N
Treacy Michael, greengrocer, 170 Walton road N
7 May 1880 Otago Daily Times
Liverpool, Feb. 13. Crown Court.—(Before Lord Coleridge.) The trial of Hugh Burns, Patrick Kearns, and Mary Anne Tracey for the murder of Patrick Tracey [Chemical worker], at Widnes, on the 24th of October last, was continued this morning, the jury having been locked up for the night. The facts are stated in our yesterday's report, and it will be remembered that the deceased was found murdered in his bed, the male prisoners being in the house, and one of them,'Kearns, being, as was suggested, on intimate terms with the female prisoner, wife of the deceased...Mr Commins, on behalf of the female prisoner pleaded that she was quick with child, and asked that a jury of matrons might be empanelled to try the question. His Lordship said that it was not necessary. He would take it upon himself to see that the sentence was respited, as he was satisfied of the prisoner's condition.
Patrick KEARNS, aged 21, Hugh BURNS, aged 30, for the murder of Patrick TRACEY at Widnes on 24th Oct 1879, hanged 2nd March 1880, reporters refused admission.
Jan 1st 1881 Liverpool Journal
HACKNEY / TRACEY, Dec 25th, Joseph Henry HACKNEY to Jessie TRACEY
William Tracey, b. 1847 Liverpool Lancashire, AB, Newport Monmouthshire, Wales
Annie Tracey, 1918, Liverpool
Charles K Tracy, 1937, Liverpool
Charles K Tracy, 1940, Liverpool
Charles K Tracy, 1940, Liverpool
Charles R Tracy, 1940, Liverpool
Eric L Tracy, 1928, Liverpool
Eric L Tracy, 1936, Liverpool
Eric L Tracy, 1936, Liverpool
Mary Tracey, 1946, Liverpool
Thos Tracy, 1881, Liverpool
Thos Treacy, 1882, Liverpool
1883 Slater - Liverpool
Furniture & Clothes Broker - Tracey Daniel G, l4 Breckfield road North N
Linen Draper - Tracy Joseph B. 131 Walton Rd N
11th December 1886 Weekly Mail [Wales]
Capture of a Notorious Forger. At Manchester City Police-court on Tuesday morning a man named George Tracey, known also as William Edward Bailden, Arthur Foster, Walter Nicolls, William Crawley, and Frank Falkland, who is a convict licence-holder, was placed in the dock on a charge of forgery, by which ho obtained Prisoner is a middle aged, clerical looking man. Detective > amenada said he saw the prisoner 011 Monday standing outside the Bank of England, and, recognising him as a man whose portrait had appeared in the Police Gazette, he followed him, and at night apprehended him as he was leaving the Queen's Theatre, where he had occupied a. box with a lady, to whom he had made some valuable presents. Prisoner, after a while, admitted that he was the mart wanted, and said the woman knew nothing of him. She was, therefore, discharged. On the prisoner was found Â£320 in notes, and at his lodgings, in a portmanteau, £3,826 in gold. He was wanted in Birmingham for not complying with the condition of his convict's licence. Ten years ago at Liverpool he was sentenced to ten years' penal servitude for a similar offence. Detective Camenada applied that the prisoner should be discharged, in order that he might be handed over to the London or Birmingham police. The magistrates made an order to that effect.
5 July 1889 - Belfast News-Letter
A middle-aged man named Andrew Tracey fatally wounded his wife yesterday in their house in the north end of Liverpool, and then cut his own throat.
17 December 1889 - Cork Constitution
Manslaughter of a wife.—At the Liverpool assizes yesterday. Andrew Tracey, labourer, was placed his trial charged with the wilful murder of his wife. Deceased was very much addicted to drink and frequently pawned or sold articles belonging to the prisoner belonging to the prisoner and his children. In the course of the quarrel the prisoner exasperated cut the womans throat and then his own. She died immediately and he was in hospital for months. The jury found a verdict of manslaughter and judge passed a sentence of six months imprisonment.
18th December 1889 South Wales Daily News
Six Months For Killing A Wife. At the Liverpool Assizes, on Monday, Andrew Tracey, labourer, was placed on his trial, charged with the wilful murder of his wife. The deceased was of very drunken habits, and continually sold and pawned the things belonging to the prisoner and his children. In the course of a quarrel the prisoner, in a state of exasperation, cut the woman's throat and then his own. She died immediately, and be was in the hospital for some months. The jury brought in a verdict of man- slaughter, and the judge sentenced the prisoner to six months' imprisonment.
17 September 1890 - Belfast News-Letter
Murderous assault on a stepfather. Liverpool Tuesday. At Liverpool to-day Andrew Tracey Obas charged, with murderously assaulting his stepfmather, John Maher. breaking some of his teeth and otherwise injuring him so that he lies in hospital in a critical condition. Tracey was charged with the attempted murder of his wife six months ago, but the jury returned a verdict of manslaughter, and he was sentenced to six months hard labour. On coming out of prison he committed the assault on Maher. He was remanded.
Frank Tracey, 22, b. 1869 or 1871 Liverpool Lancashire, Servant, Denbighshire, Wales
Jan 21st 1892 Liverpool Mercury
The recent storm at St Helens, missing body found. The body of Mary Ann TRACEY, aged 15, daughter of Patrick TRACEY, a labourer of Stone St, St Helens was found in the Sankey Brook, near the Havanna Colliery, Parr, on Tuesday night. On the 10th December last, several girls including TRACEY, were picking up cinders from the waste heaps near Baxter's Chemical Works. The girls attempted to cross the swollen Sankey Brook by means of a plank bridge, and all succeeded in doing so with the exception of the deceased, who was blown into the water by the gusty wind, and her body was washed down the stream. Attempts were made to recover the body by the use of grappling irons, but without success. On Tuesday night a workman passing along the side of the brook saw a body "jammed" against the stump of an old tree, and on being got to the side it was found to be that of the missing girl. The body was removed to the Ship Inn, Newton Common, awaiting the inquest.
1892-1924 Ellis Island arrivals
Daniel Tracey, Liverpool England, 1911, 24 years, Cousin? Daniel Tracey 202 L? 90 St New York, b. Galway Ireland, Policeman, wife Ethel? Tracey 43 Morris Green Liverpool
Edward Tracey, NY USA, 1922, 31 years, waiter, Irish b. Gars on L’pool, lives New York 1920-1922, John Tracey Doewell Rd Mossley Hill Liverpool, friend Mr Friekean 427 W 23rd St New York
Frank Tracey, Liverpool England, 1914, 20 years
George J. Tracey, 1918, 39 years, fireman, English
George J. Tracey, Liverpool England, 1919, UK Passport 50060W?, fireman, b. Liverpool, last address: 54 Stranhope? St, Liverpool
George Joseph Tracey, Liverpool England, 1918, 39 years, fireman English
George Tracey, 1918, 40 years, Donkeyman, Liverpool, English, Rose at back of left? fham?
George Tracey, 1919, 39 years, of 149 Haigh St, [Liverpool]
J.J. Tracey, Kent [error] England?, 1919, British, Seamans Registration 843086, b. 25/12/87 L'pool, Baker [on ship], lived 22 Portland Place Liverpool
James D. Tracy, Liverpool England, 1892, 22 years,
James Tracey, Lackawanna USA, 1919, 38 years, passage paid by British Govt, lived Lackawanna 8 years, Friend: Mrs Higgins, 422 3rd St Lackawanna N.Y., b. Liverpool England, single, A.B. [profession], Aunt: Mrs Higgins, 19 Albert Street Bury
James Tracey, Liverpool England, 1919, Discharge Book 863492?, b. Widnes? 4/12/98?, lived 44? Ryford? St Liverpool
James Tracey, Liverpool England, 1919, 30 years, British 803492, b. 4/12/88 Widnes, Lived 44 Byford St L'pool
John Tracey, 1920, sailor, b. 2/4/91, lives 10 Elm St, Bootte [Liverpool?]
John Tracey, Boosb (Boosbeck England?), 1919, 655767, b. Liverpool 2/4/1891, lives 10 Elm Street Booth?
John Tracey, b. Liverpool England, 1919, 27 years, 2/4/1891, 655767, father British, lives 19 Westhapton? St Liverpool
John Tracy, Bootle England?, 1920, b. 2/5/91 Liverpool, 5’4”, 180lb, lives 10 Ellan St Bootle [crossed out]
Louis Tracy, London England, 1921, 58 years, married, author, Friend JW Clark Whitby York. lived NY, Friend Mr EJ Clode, 156 5 Ave NY City. 5’6”, Drk complexion, brn hair, grey eyes. None. b. Liverpool England.
Louis Tracy, NY USA, 1920, 57 years, married, author, JW Clarke, Barclay’s Bank, Whitby, Yorks. lived 1920 NY. To Lotus Club, New York City. 5’8”, fair complexion, brwn hair, blue eyes. Slight scar under chin. b. Liverpool England.
Louis Tracy, Whitley England, 1916, 52 years, married, author, Wife: Ethel Tracy Whitby. lived 1896 1897 1902 1911 NY City, Friend Edward J Clode, 156 5 Ave NY City. 5’8”, fair complexion, grey hair, blue eyes. Slight scar under chin. B. Liverpool England.
[see Louis Tracy, CBE (1863 - 1928) was a English journalist of Irish parents, and prolific writer of fiction. He used the pseudonyms Gordon Holmes and Robert Fraser, which were at times shared with M. P. Shiel, a collaborator from the start of the twentieth century. His father was Thomas Tracy, a Yorkshire policeman. It may be that he was born in Liverpool as Patrick or Joseph Tracy. He may have trained for the priesthood as he is stated to have attended the French Seminary at Douai. His first novel, The Final War, was published in 1896…]
Margaret Tracey, Boston USA, 1914, 39 years, single, English, Friend: Chris Thompson 1079 Roylston St Boston, 5’3.5”, Dr complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, b. Liverpool England
Margaret Tracey, London England, 1912, 36 years, single, housekeeper, 5’4”, fair complexion, bro hair, bl eyes, Father: Thomas Tracey, Romford. Lived Boston 1907, To friend Mrs Chisholm Golden gates Boston Mass, b. Liverpool England
Michael John Tracey, 1918, 42 years, Elic greaser, (Liverpool) English, 5’5”, 168lb
Owen Tracey, 1923, 31 years, Master at Arms, Liverpool, English, 6’1”, 175lb
Owen Tracey, 1924, 32 years, Bosun Mate, Liverpool, English, 6’0” 200lb
Peter Tracey, Liverpool England, 1920, 16 years, scholar, 5’?”, fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes, Father: Richard Tracey, 4 Pope St Liverpool. Uncle Henry Tracey, 24? Linden Court, Detroit, Mich. b. Liverpool England
Rose Tracey, Ambleside England, 1911, 26 years, waitress, 5’5”, fresh complexion, fair hair, blue eyes, Father: J Tracey ? Colens St Liverpool. to Aunt Miss S Tracey, 37? West 3rd? St New York, b. Consett England
Thomas Tracey, Weston Super England, 1918, 36 years, married, fish buyer, 5’5”, fair complexion, brn hair, blue eyes, Scar right eye, CM Tracey 8 Milburn Rd West Super Mare, in transit to St. Johns Newfoundland, b. Liverpool England
William Tracey, Liverpool England, 1920, 29685, 3? Baker, 5’7”, 140lb, lives 48 Harwood? St, Lpl
1st May 1899 Evening Express [Wales]
Lamp As Missile. A Liverpool Woman Charged With Murder. At Liverpool on Monday Catherine Levens. a married woman, aged 26, was charged with the wilful murder of Mary Tracey, and causing grievous bodily injury to John Tracey, her husband. The parties live in a court house, and on Saturday night some drinking had been going on in the place. Tracey, who was in bed with his wife, called upstairs to prisoner to make less noise. Some words ensued, and prisoner brought a lighted lamp down, which she threw at Tracey and his wife. The lamp struck Mrs. Tracey on the face and broke, setting fire to the bed. Both Traceys were shockingly burnt, and the woman died some hours later, Tracey remains in a critical state. Prisoner was remanded.
2nd May 1899 The South Wales Daily Post
At Liverpool, on Monday, Catherine Levens was remanded, charged with the, willful murder of Mary Tracey, and wich having caused grievous bodily harm to John Tracey. Tracey and his wife occupied & room below that tenanted by the prisoner. The latter, on Saturday night, had been quarrelling, and Tracey called up to her to be quiet. Prisoner took a lighted lamp and hurled it at the couple in bed, Mrs. Tracey being burnt to death, and her husband seriously injured.
16th July 1902 Evening Express [Wales]
The Bar Tragedy. Exoneration Of Salford Publican. Verdict Recilved With Cheers. Conflicting evidence was given at the inquest at Salford yesterday on the body of Patrick Veldon, the local hooligan who was shot dead across the counter of the British Queen Public- house. A music-hall artiste, Agnes Tracey, who accompanied the deceased to the house...
30th May 1902 The Welsh Coast Pioneer and Review for North Cambria
Abergele..."Tracey" Traced. At a special police court, held on Saturday, before Dr Wolstenholme, Corporal William Tracey, of the 3rd King's Liverpool Regiment, at present located at Warrington, was charged by P.C. Pendlebury with being a deserter from the above regiment. Prisoner pleaded guilty, and was remanded to Ruthin gaol to await an escort.
31st May 1902 Denbighshire Free Press
Abergele Notes...Private William Tracey, of the 3rd King's, Liverpool, may be a crack shot on the battlefield, but he is no great shakes at the game of deserting. On Friday he was walking through Market-street trying to act the innocent, when Police-constable Pendlebury walked up to him, and in a gentlemanly, but convincing manner, told him that he had been looking for him for several days. "What for," queried Tracey. "Come up to the police station, and I will tell you all about it," quoth Pendlebury. "Just my luck," said the unfaithful gentleman in Khaki, I had a presentiment that I was going to be nabbed to-day." Later in the day he was brought up in custody before Dr Wolstenholme charged with being a deserter. He pleaded guilty and was committed to Ruthin gaol to await an escort.
22nd August 1908 Cheshire Observer
Hawarden. Radical Picnic.The annual picnic of the Liverpool Northern Group of Federated Liberal Clubs took place on Wednesday...J. B. Tracey...After tea a meeting was held at the hotel under the presidency of Mr. Tracey...
13th May 1910 The South Wales Daily Post
Haunted By A Child's Cry. Co-Respondent's Passionate Letter Of Penitence. Pleads To Husband To Forgive His Wife. In the Divorce Court on Friday, Mr. William Tomkins Tracey, chief steward on one of the liners running between Liver-pool and New York, was granted a decree nisi on the ground of the misconduct of his wife, Eleanor Clara with Mr. William Walden, described as a director of Messrs. William Walden and Co., of Liverpool, and against whom damages were assessed at £1000. Respondent was chief stewardess on another steamer.
The marriage took place at New York in October, 1904, and Mrs. Tracy came back to England and went to reside in Liverpool with her husband's mother. Counsel said in consequence of a piece of paper which was put into his hands petitioner went to an address and found respondent. bad stayed there during the night and that die had been with co-respondent. Mr. Tracy was fond of his wife and did all he could to bring about a reconciliation. She, however told him practically that she could not return to him because co-respondent had threatened to shoot her if she did so. Co-respondent, continued counsel, wrote a remarkable letter to petitioner. After stating ho had done him (Mr. Tracy) great injury, which it would take a life- time's repentance to wipe out, Mr. Walden proceeded:
"Last Saturday night I arrived at Orrell-lane. While Clara went in I waited outside. About half an hour later, when Clara was leaving to rejoin me I heard a child's voice - your son calling (Mamma, Mamma; in such a plaintive tremor that it went straight to my heart. That child's wailing cry has haunted me ever since. I cannot sleep at night. I cannot attend to my business during the day. It rings constantly m my ears that cry, “Mamma! Mamma!' Your dumb, dignified sorrow touches me. If I was to part from Clara, it would no doubt shorten my life because, I love her to distraction. Yet for the sake of those innocent children I would ask you to take her back. 'Go and see her because she won't come to you. Plead with her for the sake of the children. If you should succeed I promise you as man to man she shall never see me again. If you should fail then I shall have won her by fair means, and I shal1 be happier with her knowing she loves me only."
Petitioner having given evidence the decree nisi was granted and damages assessed as stated.
William Tomkins Tracy, 37, b. Flint North Wales 1867 (s. of Patrick Joseph Tracy & Catherine Jane Tomkins) married Elend Clara Harriet Evans, 21, b. Sandback 1883 (d. of George Bailey Evans & Elizabeth Walker) 26 Oct 1904 Manhattan, New York, New York
30th July 1910 Weekly Mail [Wales]
Sequel To Card Quarrel. At the Lriverpool Assizes Nicholas Power, a labourer, was tried for the alleged wilful murder of Patrick Tracey. It was stated that during a game of cards a quarrel arose between prisoner's wife and deceased's sister. The women fought, and prisoner intervened to help his wife, while Tracey took sides with his sister. Later the same night Power was alleged to have attacked deceased and his sister in the street with a double-edged knife. Deceased was fatally stabbed in the neck. Prisoner was found guilty of manslaughter, and sentenced to twelve years' penal servitude.
31 December 1914 - Liverpool Echo
Treacy—In loving memory our dearest Elizabeth, wbo died her residence 31, 1913. regretted.) R-U
02 January 1914 Liverpool Echo
Treacy - December 31, at 20 St. John's avenue, Walton, Lizzie, the dearly beloved daughter of James and Mary Treacy...
1915 Merchant Navy
? Tracy; rank/rating, Fireman; age, 36; place of birth, ? Liverpool; previous ship, Lusitania. Ship: Corsican 1915
Albert Tracey; rank/rating, Fireman and Trimmer; age, 28; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, Harlech Castle. Ship: Quernmore 1915
Andrew Tracey; rank/rating, Cattleman; age, 32; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, first. Ship: Sagamore 1915
C Tracey; rank/rating, Able Seaman; age, 40; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, Appalachee. Ship: Counsellor 1915
Cornelius Tracey; rank/rating, Seaman; age, 36; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, Vaderland. Ship: Arakaka 1915
Cornelius Tracey; rank/rating, Seaman; age, 39; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, Vaderland. Ship: Saint Bede 1915
Edward Tracy; rank/rating, Fireman; age, 32; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, Derwent. Ship: Metagama 1915
George Tracy; rank/rating, Fireman; age, 36; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, Haverford. Ship: Adriatic 1915
J Tracey; rank/rating, 3rd Baker; age, 27; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, same. Ship: Lapland 1915
J Tracey; rank/rating, Ex 2nd Baker; age, 27; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, Olympic. Ship: Lapland 1915
J Treacy; rank/rating, Fireman and Trimmer; age, 31; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, Austrian Prince. Ship: Dorothy 1915
James Tracey; rank/rating, Engineer's Steward; age, 60; place of birth, Dumfries; previous ship, Corcovado. Ship: Flamenco 1915
James Tracey; rank/rating, Fireman and Trimmer; age, 31; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, Saxonia of Liverpool. Ship: Agenoria 1915
John A Tracy; rank/rating, 1st Assistant Refrig Engineer; age, 42; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, Levuka. Ship: Clan Macewen 1915
John Tracey; rank/rating, 2nd Baker; age, 29; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, same. Ship: Lapland 1915
M Tracey; rank/rating, Greaser; age, 39; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, Hesperian. Ship: Megantic 1915
M Tracey; rank/rating, Greaser; age, 39; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, Oriana. Ship: Hesperian 1915
M Tracey; rank/rating, Leading Fireman; age, 39; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, same. Ship: Oriana 1915
M Tracy; rank/rating, Leading Fireman; age, 38; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, Sorata. Ship: Oriana 1915
Patrick Treacy; rank/rating, Night Watchman; age, 52; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, same. Ship: Orduna 1915
T Treacy; rank/rating, Fireman and Trimmer; age, 30; place of birth, Liverpool; previous ship, Dorothy. Ship: Algiers 1915
13 November 1916 Liverpool Echo
TRACY, Nov 7th, 40 County Rd, Jessie, interred Anfield Cemetery Nov 10th.
Eric Henry Treacy, Liverpool Regiment 2681 Private Loyal North Lancashire Regiment Second Lieutenant [father came from Laois]
18 December 1916 Liverpool Echo
Treacey - December 14, killed in action, aged 22 years, Eric H. Treacey, second lieutenant Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, eldest son of John and Margaret E. Treacey, Farnworth Widnes.
20 April 1918 Liverpool Daily Post
Mr and Mrs John Treacy, Farnwortb, Widnes, have word that their second son, Donald, serving as a private in the K.L.R., is seriously wounded and missing, presumed prisoner. It is little over a year since their eldest ton, Lieut. Eric H. Treacy, was killed in the Somme offensive.
Thomas Treacy. Reg. No. 14185. Rank Private, Royal Munster Fusiliers 1st batt. Died of wounds France 2/6/1918. Born Ahascragh, Co. Galway.
Age 34, Son of Michael and Bridget Treacy, of 28, Brown St., Moss Bank, Widnes, Lancs.; husband of Gladys Treacy, of River View Cottage, Compass Hill, Kinsale, Co. Cork. Son Thomas M born 7/6/1916.
Bagneux British Cemetery (Gezaincourt) (Somme France) Treacy, T, United Kingdom Private 14185 Royal Munster Fusiliers 02/06/1918 Age: 34 II. E. 25.
Inscription ordered: For in life we loved him dearly and we love his memory still (Mrs Treacy, 169 Cresent Road, Brentwood, Essex)
1917 USA Draft Registration
Francis John Tracey b. 15 Dec 1893 Consett Durham England, declared naturisation, bus conductor 5th Ave Coach Co, single, no dependants, lives 501 W 134 St NY
James Tracey b. 12 Aug 1886 Liverpool England, declared naturalisation, helper America Express, single, no dependants, lives 349 E51 st [NY]City
John H Tracy b. 05 Sep 1886 Liverpool England, naturalised, Miner Kansas State Penitentiary, single, no dependant, served 4 years US navy, lives Lansing Kansas
John Tracey b. 27 Nov 1891 Scarborough [Yorkshire] England, alien, labourer unemployed, single, no dependants, lives 283 Detroit Mich
18 February 1918 Liverpool Echo
Port Sunlight Thefts. Steals Electric Globes. Michael Joseph Tracey (34), until recently employed at Messrs. Lever Bros., Port Sunlight, was fined £5 or forty-six...
28th June 1918 Liverpool Echo
William Burrows, aged 25, 50 Edge St was presented with an awards of 10s for saving the life of a boy named John Tracy, aged 6, of 65 Union St, who fell into a culvert on June 22nd.
Philip Treacy. Official Number: J105646. Place of Birth: Glasgow, Lanarkshire. Date of Birth: 26 April 1905.
Hull Daily Mail 27 January 1932
Vessel feared lost...M2 [submarine]...Philip Treacy (leading seaman, seaman torpedoman)...
8 March 1932 The Western Morning News
M2 Widows Pension...Commons Questions...Mrs Alice Treacey, of Liverpool, whose husband lost his life in Submarine M2 and who was awarded a widow persion of 19s perweek, plus 5s each for twins 11 months old, total pension 29s weekly; if he was aware that her rent is 14s per week and milk costs 7s6d weekly for the children leaving her with 7s6d per week, which she seeks to supplement from the public assistance committee, and would he be prepared to uncreas the pension?...
September 29, 1922 Evening public ledger (Philadelphia Pa)
Rev Dr Tracy took Christ Memorial Charge when a mission. The Rev Dr William Tracy will celebrate the thirty-fourth anniverary of his assumption of the pastorate of the Christ Memorial Reformed Episcopal Church...Last Monday Dr. and Mrs Tracy who live at 4401 Sansom Street, celebrated their fifieth wedding anniversary... Dr. Tracy was born in Pembrokeshire Wales in 1845 and was educated at Mansfield College Oxford University England...he was pastor for several years at [Cheadle Hulme Church] Manchester England. His first charge in the United States was at Lacon Ill...
British Civil Service Evidence Of Age
Ann Tracey, born 1902 Liverpool Lancashire England
1942 US Draft
John Tracey, 251 Irvington St New Bedford Bristol Mass, 48, b. Nov 21 1893 Preston England, contact wife Mrs Margaret Tracey, work Goshard Mill
1741-73 Registers of St. Mary's Highfield Street, Liverpool
14 Jan 1748/9 ware married John Malloy & Ann Taylor. Wittnesses Rice Bellis, Edwd Tracey, Mary Walsh & Ann Burn.
24 Feb 1747/8 ware marred Tho : Mercer & Elizabeth Tracey Jn presence of Miss Eaton
7 Feb 1748/9 ware married James Clancy & Serah Trasier, wittnsses Wm Burn, Mrs Drumgold, Mr Rob' Rothwell, & M. Washington.
18 December 1758 Was baptd Denis Betts child Mary Godfr John Murray, Godmr Cecily Traisy.
21 January 1760 Was baptd Dan' Northon's child Eliz Godfr Davd Tressy, Godmr Cisy Tressy
3 August 1760 Was baptd Fredrick Davies's Child Eliz, Godfr Thos Tressey, Godmr Mary Handish
8 February 1761 Was Baptd Jn Lovelady’s child Jn Godfr Wm Thracy godmr Mary Leatherbarrow.
28 March 1762 Was Bapd Jno lindals Child Mary Godfr Thos Tracy Godmr Ailes Howard
6 August 1762 Was Baptd Jos. Parkinson's Child Rich Godfr Thos Bride Godmr Cicily Tracy.
Trac[e]y, Traisy, Trasier, Tress[e]y,
C[ecil]y, 255, 259, 271 ; David, 259 ;Edward, 198; Elizabeth, 197 ; Sarah, 198 ; Tho[ma]s, 262, 269
Miscellanea. Catholic Record Society (Great Britain)
Samuel Treacy b. 23 Jun bapt. 13 Jul 1773 St Nicholas Liverpool
Thomas Treacy b. 28 Aug bapt 27 Sep 1788 St Nicholas Liverpool
George Stanley Tracey b. 1894 St Michael
Adam Edward Tracey - [Child] of [unnamed] bapt 21 Oct 1808 St Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Occupation: Servant. Notes: A Native of the Gold Coast Africa Supposed about 19 years old [or Edward Tracey LDS]
Adam Edward Tracy (X), Servant of Liverpool married Ann Brown Spinster of Liverpool 30 May 1811 St Paul, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Witness: Edward Coventry, Jnr.; Richd. Barrow
Adam Edwd. Tracey & Ann Brown
Mary Tracey bapt. 23 August 1811 St Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Alfred Clarke Tracey - 24, Seagoing Engineer, Bachelor, 40 Mulgrave St (s. Alfred Tracey, Master Mariner) of married Marguerite Anna Gordon - 24, Spinster, 40 Mulgrave St (d. of Frederick Wilson Gordon, Engineer) Wit: Henry Soden; Mary Isabella Duncan 7 May 1908 St Margaret, Toxteth, Lancashire
Alice Treacy, born abt 1852, married Henry Bagot 5 Aug 1888 St Simon Liverpool
Andrew Tracy married Elizabeth Shore 1876 St Anthony
Andrew Tracey/Treacy & Elizabeth Shaw/Shore
Susannah Tracey b. 1884 Ol Reconciliation
James Treacy b. 1885 Ol Reconciliation
Jane Treacy b. 1888 St Anthony
Ann Tracy married Julius J Henry Buss 1886 St Patrick
Anne Treacey, full age, spinster, dressmaker, of Coolcullen Co Kilkenny, (d. of Edwd Treacey, cattle dealer) married John Nicholas Duggan, full age, widower, labourer, of Liverpool England, (s. of Edward Duggan, officer in Army) Wit: Robert Macartney & Sarah Maria Macartney on the 14 August 1882 RC Chapel of Coon [Muckalee] Co. Kilkenny Ireland.
Ann Teresa Tracy & John Gibney
Ann Teresa Gibney b. 1887 Ol Mount Carmel
Ann Tracy married James Hogan 1859 St Nicholas
Ann Tracey married John Quinlan 1863 St Anthony
Ann Tracey married Thomas Sharkey 1872 St Alban
Bartholomew Tracey & Mary Gibbons
Joseph Tracey b. 3 Feb 1806 bapt 16 Feb 1806 St Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Of Crosbie St., Tailor
John Tracy (X), Full, Tailor, Widower, Banastre St (s. of Bartholomew Tracy, Shoemaker) m. Mary Gannon - (X), Full, Spinster, Bispham St (d. of John Gannon, Labourer) 22 May 1851 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Witness: Michael Fox, (X); Mary Lalley, (X)
Mary Tracy b. 1884 St Francis Xavier
Bridget Tracey married Patrick Jennings 1842 St Anthony
Bridget Tracey married Patrick Kelly 1867 St Augustine
Bridget Tracey/Tracy & Patrick Levins/Levens
George Levins b. 1884 St James
James Joseph Levens b. 1886 St James
John Levens b. 1889 St James
Margaret Levins b. 1891 St James
Ada Levins b. 1894 St James
Sara Levins b. 1897 St James
Bridget Treacey married Matthew Nolan 1879 St Augustine
Caroline Treacy confirmation 25 Mar 1881 - St Anthony
David Tracy b. 1883 St Mary Highfield St
Anne Tracy b. 12 August 1848 bapt. 27 August 1848 Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Catherine Tracy married James Cosgrove 1882 St Francis Xavier
Catherine Tracey married Thomas Francis Dowling 1892 St Augustine
Catherine Tracey/Tracy/Treacy & Thomas Francis Dowling
Thomas Francis Dowling b. 1894 St Augustine
Ann Mary Dowling b. 1895 St Augustine
Catherine Elizabeth Dowling b. 1896 St Augustine
Catherine Tracey married Henry Goff 1852 St Anthony
Catherine Tracey married John Horan 1896 St Brigid
Catherine Tracey/Tracy & John Horan
Mary Horan b. 1898 St Joseph
Sara Horan b. 1900 St Joseph
Catherine Horan b. 1896 St Joseph
Catherine Tracy married John Newing 1873 Holy Cross
Catherine Tracey/Tracy & Adam Skelly
Mary Elizabeth Skelly b. 1894 St James
Adam Skelly b. 1896 St James
William Skelly b. 1899 St James
Cecilia Tracy married Bernard Coyne 1846 St Mary Highfield St
Christopher Tracey/Tracy & Sara Guilfoil/Guilfoile
Frederick Tracy b. 1883 St Nicholas
Thomas Edward Tracey b. 1885 St Peter
Denis Treacy married Ellen Rigan 9 Dec 1833 St Paul Liverpool
Dennis Tracy & Ellen Regan
Denis Tracey B. 15th July 1836 Bapt. 17th July 1836. Sp. Chas. Muraghan And Ann Duffy. St Anthony's
Geoe. Tracy b. 6th August 1839 bapt. 17th August 1839 Sp. Jas. Farris And Maryann Fay. St Anthony's
George Tracy Buried 2nd October 1839, Age: 2m, Of Swaney Pope St. Son Of Denis Tracy/Trasy & Alice. St Anthony's
Dennis Treacey & Alice Regan
Ann Treacey b. 17th September 1840 bapt. 27th September 1840 Sp. Phillip Kevana and Ann Kevena. St Anthony's
Dennis Tracey & Ellen
Mary Tracey b. 14th July 1846 bapt. 19th July 1846 Sp. Martin Ferris and Jane C. Jordan. St Anthony's [St. Mary's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England LDS]
Dennis Tracey & Charlotte
William Tracey b. 2 October 1796 bapt. 24 October 1796 Saint Peter, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Edward Treacy married Mary Leonard 1843 St Nicholas
Edward Tracey, Tailor Bachelor of Liverpool married Ann Milus, Spinster of Liverpool 12 Dec 1831 St Martin in the Fields, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Witness: James Armstrong; Ann Barry, (X) Notes: With consent of such as the law requires
Edward Tracey married Ellen Scanell 1895 Holy Cross
Margaret Tracey of Cumbermere St. (d. of Edward Tracey & Julia) married Samuel Carter of Cumbermere St. (s. of Samuel Carter & Anne of Ireland) 27 Nov 1859 St Patrick, Toxteth, Lancashire, England. Witness: James Kelly of Cumbermere St.; Catharine Kelly of Cumbermere St. Notes: ['Dead' entered for the bride's parents. It is not absolutely clear whether this applies to one or both of the parents. Bride's maiden name written Fitzsimmons then corrected and initialled:]
Eliza Ann Tracey/Tracy & Stephen Joseph Fay
Stephen Fay b. 1883 Sacred Heart
Sara Fay b. 1884 Sacred Heart
Stephen Joseph Fay b. 1885 St Philip Neri
Elizabeth Tracy (X), Widow, the Parish of Liverpool m. Thomas Fairclough, Cordwainer, the Parish of Liverpool. 10 May 1819 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Witness: Ralph Cash, (X); William Hamilton, (X)
Elizabeth Tracy married Thomas Holden 1857 Holy Cross
Elizabeth Tracy (Wiclow) [Wicklow] m. Thomam Holden, Holy Cross, Liverpool England. 19th Century.
Ellen Tracey married Thomas Fannon 1871 St Alban
Ellen Tracey married Thomas Costello 1852 St Anthony
Emeline Tracy & William John Lowry
William John Lowry bapt 16 Apr 1899 St Michael in the Hamlet, Aigburth, Lancs. Abode: 114 Belgrave Road. Occupation: Engineer
Esther Tracey & Mcdonald
John Mcdonald b. 1888 St Anne
Gerald Tracey & Elizabeth Canavan
Julia Mary Tracey b. 1898 Ol Mount Carmel
Herbert Tracy & Mary Alice Tracey
Thomas Henry Tracy b. 7 April 1895 Larch Gro bapt. 24 April 1895 St Peters, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Frank Tracey b. 30 September 1896 bapt. 21 October 1896 Liverpool, Lancaster, England (LDS)
Hugh Treacy married Mary Reyley Or Riley 1841 St Nicholas
Hugh Tracey & Mary Riley
Mary Ann Tracey b. 7 April 1842 bapt. 10 April 1842 St. Anthony's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
James Tracey b. 1895 Holy Cross
James Patrick Tracey b. All Saints
John Tracy married Ann Abernethy 1863 O L Reconciliation
James Tracy & Ann Abernethy
Catherine Tracy b. 1885 St John
James Tracy & Ann Abernethy
Catharine Tracy Born 31 May 1885 Baptised 10 Jun 1885 St. John, Kirkdale. Adddress 13 Pluto St. Godmother Mary Tracy. Catherine Tracey/Tracy married John Dempsey 01 Aug 1914
John Tracey & Ann Abernethy
Joseph Tracey b. 1883 St John
James Tracey (b. 1841 England) m. Anne Abernathy?
John Tracey b. 01 Jan 1847 Liverpool, England...
James Tracey (b. 1863 Liverpool, England d. 24 Mar 1938) m. Maria Robinson
May Tracey b. 01 Jan 1890
Anne Tracey b. 18 Aug 1894
James (Jimmy) Tracey b. 25 May 1911 Belfast
Mary (Polly) Tracey b. 1880 Liverpool, England...
Michael (Sony) Tracey b. 1883 Liverpool, England...
Joseph Tracey b. 1885 Liverpool, England...
Catherine Tracey b. 1887 Liverpool, England...
James Tracy married Mary Bridges 1859 St Augustine
James Tracey & Alice Coghan
Teresa Mary Tracey b. 1897 Ol Immaculate
James Tracey married Jane Alice Dalton 1897 All Souls
James Tracey/Tracy & Jane Alice Dalton
James Patrick Tracy b. 1897 All Souls
Edward Tracey b. 1898 All Souls
William Tracy b. 1900 All Souls
James Tracy & Amelia Jones
Elizth Tracy b. 14 Apr 1842 bapt 16 May 1842 St. Anthony’s Liverpool Lancashire England [Jones]
Elizabeth Tracy b. 14 Apr 1842 bapt 31 Jul 1842 St Mary, Walton on the Hill, Lancashire, England. Abode: Walton Occupation: Police Man
James Tracy, French Polisher, This Parish married Esther Kelly - Minor, Spinster, This Parish. 14 Feb 1836 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Witness: Francis Hamilton; Archibald Kelly. Notes: With consent of Sarah Kelly, Widow Mother of the said Esther Kelly [see Daniel O'Connell Tracy]
James Tracy married Margaret Kelly 1893 St Sylvester
James Tracey/Tracy & Margaret Kelly
Edward Tracey b. 1893 St Sylvester
Catherine Tracy b. 1895 St Sylvester
Margaret Tracey b. 1896 St Sylvester
James Tracey b. 1898 St Sylvester
Thomas Tracey b. 1900 St Sylvester
James Tracey married Mary Murphy 1864 St Joseph
James Treacy married Ann Jane O'Hanlon 1894 O L Mount Carmel
James Tracy married Eliza Sinnott 1844 St Mary Highfield St
James Tracy & Mary Robson
Ann Tracy b. 1893 St John
James & Anne
James Tracy b. 27 September 1849 bapt. 11 October 1849 Liverpool, Lancashire, England
James & Cath
Edmund Tracey b. 15 December 1848 bapt. 11 February 1849 Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
James Tracey & Eliza
John Tracey b. 26th September 1845 bapt. 5th October 1845 Sp. Edwd. County and Mary Johnson. St Anthony's
James Tracy/Teacy & Emma Juliana Tracy
Emma Adelaide Tracy bapt. 20 May 1852 St. Peter's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS) Emma Adelaide Teacy b. 30 Nov 1851 bapt 20 May 1852 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Abode: London Road Occupation: Victualler
James Tracy & Emma
Mary Ann Tracy b. 26 Feb 1844 bapt 20 May 1846 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Abode: Moor Place Occupation: Victualler
Henrietta Tracy b. 21 Mar 1846 bapt. 20 May 1846 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Abode: Moor Place Occupation: Victualler
Arthur Tracy bapt. 20 Apr 1848 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Abode: Parker St. Occupation: Victualler
Ellen Tracey bapt. 12 March 1850 St. Peter's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
John Treacy, Full, Joiner, Bachelor, Norris St (s. of James Treacy, Joiner) m. Martha Brownbill, Full, Spinster, Norris St (d. of Robert Brownbill, Labourer) 12 May 1850 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Witness: Thomas Bailey; Mary Bailey
Margaret Tracey (X), full, Spinster, Gt Howard St (d. of James Tracey, Slater) married Edward Smykle - full, Mariner, Bachelor, Gt Howard St (s. of Edward Smykle, Soldier) 27 Sep 1854 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Witness: Thomas Kafel; Taborah Stanley, (X)
Jane Tracey b. 1895 Holy Cross
Jane Tracey married Matthew McCarty 1864 St Anthony [Oct-Nov-Dec 1864]
Jane Tracey, (X), Spinster, this Parish married Hugh Parks, Watch-maker, this Parish 11 Dec 1826 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Witness: W. Maybrick; Robert Johnson
Jane Tracey, Spinster of the same Parish married John Pickering, Miller of the
Parish of Liverpool, 14 Jul 1823 St Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Jane Agnes Tracy & James Taunton
Henry Edward Taunton b. 1886 St John
Jeremiah Treacy married Margaret Horgan 1896 St Augustine
Jeremiah Treacy & Margaret Horgan
Jeremiah Treacy b. 1897 St Augustine
John Treacy & Maria Blake
Joseph Pat. Treacy b. 18 Mar 1853 bapt. 27 Mar 1853 St. Patricks, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
John Tracy Kenny & Sara Brotherton
Thomas Tracy Kenny b. 1886 Ol Good Help
John & Mary Burns
John Tracey b. 24 September 1844 bapt. 29 September 1844 St. Anthony, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
John Tracey & Martha Cheatham, Widow
William Tracey b 17 Jul 1807 bapt. 17 Jan 1808 St Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Of Prussia Street, Mariner
John Tracy married Maria Clark 5 May 1839 Wit: Dennis Quirk & Mary Hoctor Borrisokane Parish, Tipperary
John Tracy/Treacy & Maria Clarke/Clerke of Crotta Borrisokane, Tipperary
William Tracy b. 20 Jul 1844 Sp. Michl Carrol & Hanna Dougham. Borrisokane Parish
Cathe Treacy b. 11 Sep 1840 Sp. Mary Norton?. Borrisokane Parish
John Tracey/Tracy & Maria/Mary Clarke
William Tracy b. 8 September 1846 bapt. 10 September 1846 St Patrick, Liverpool, Lancashire (LDS)
Mary Ann Tracey b. 18 February 1848 bapt. 28 February 1848 St Patrick, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
John Tracey b. 21 January 1850 bapt. 31 January 1850 St Patrick, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Maria Tracey b. 26 October 1851 bapt. 9 November 1851 St Patricks, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Agnes Tracey b. 25 Jul bapt. 3 Aug 1854 St Patrick, Toxteth, Lancashire Sp. James Mc Guiness & Mary Judge
St Patrick's Sick and Burial Society...in July 1849 at which it was proposed to dissolved the society. From the floor, John Treacy, formerly a day laborer in the Irish ordinance survey, voiced his opposition....Under Treacy's entrepreneurial management, the Society enjoyed remarkable growth and commercial success...Within a few years, the society was mired in legal disputes - by 1865 there were six separate actions at law and a chancery suit...'Mister Thrasey'...within the Society the 'principal paerties' were 'all related to Treacy; they were either cousins, or married to nieces, or were brothers-in-law'...Treacy himself was a rags-to-riches role model. Having come to Liverpool as a day-labourer with 'nothing', he confessed in the legal actions to being 'middling': his salary, originally 8 schillings a week, was now £400 per year; he lived in a house built by the Society; had sent two of his daughters to be educated privately in Belgium; own property in Scotland Road (six houses bought for £900 [£800]); and had £1200 [about £1000...4 or 5 houses £200-300] vested in mortgages, while his savings amounted to between £200 and £300 [£100 and £400 other]. His health failed, however, during the course of the legal actions and he died a few months later. 'A perfect martyr to the society', Treacy was revered in death, his legacy being upheld by a corp of relatives, friends, collectors, agents and publicans (including his Fenian brother-in-law, Martin Clarke)...Treacy was an honest man...Treacy, indeed, was a victim of his own sucess...John Baldwin, Treacy's cousin...Patrick Phinn, the Birmingham agent married to Treacy's second cousin..there was a vote of confidence in Tracey ('the meeting decided that Thrasey done roight')...
John Belchem (2007) Irish, Catholic and Scouse: The History of the Liverpool-Irish, 1800-1939. Liverpool University Press.
Dr Enda Delaney, Donald M. MacRaild (2007) Irish Migration, Networks and Ethnic Identities Since 1750. Routledge.
Reports from the Commissioners. Friendly and Benefit Building Societies. 5 March - 7 August 1874 Vol XXIII - Part II [online book]
The first document appended is the case Sweeney v. Treacy. It is taken from a report in the "Northern Press" (a Liverpool paper) of'the 15th October 1864. The Mr. Judge mentioned is the same that gave evidence before the Commission.
The second is the case of Caraher v. Treacy, from the " Northern Press " of October 22nd, 1864. It sets out the pleadings against Treacy, and the agreement to refer the accounts of the society.
The third document is the report of Mr. Cottam, the accountant appointed by the court, to go through the books of the society, and ascertain the amount due by Treacy, dated 29th January 1865.
The fourth is a manifesto by Mr. Treacy, dated May 1, 1865.
The fifth document is the order of the Liverpool County Court against Treacy for 7,477/. 14s. Gd., dated 10th May 1865.
The sixth is a report of an action for libel brought by Mr. Treacy, copied from the " Northern Press " of August 19th, 1865.
The seventh is a report from the "Liverpool Mercury" of 26th April 1867, of a meeting of St.Patrick's Society at the Odd Fellows' Hall, St. Anne Street.
The eighth gives an account of a subsequent meeting in 1868, and is taken from the "Liverpool Courier " of 21st September 1868.
Denis Baldwin a cousin, John Baldwin a cousin, Patrick Finn married to a second cousin, William Kane a nephew, Martin Clark brother-in-law, John Treacy had five children eldest 20 youngest 7 four daughters 20 16 13 7, two were educated at a boarding school [Belgium 3 years] two were attending a day school education costing £120 a year,
1861 Census - Strickland Street St Peters Everton Lancashire
John Baldwin, 37, born Galway Ireland, Collector For Friendly Society
1861 Census - Westmoreland Place St Martin Liverpool
Dennis Baldwin, 32, born Ireland, Collector For Barial Society
08 January 1866 Liverpool Daily Post
Treacy —January 5, Mr. John Treacy, secretary to the United Assurance Sick and Burial Society of St. Patrick, aged 57 years.
January 8, 1866 Liverpool Mercury (Liverpool, England)
Treacy - Jan 5, aged 57, Mr. John Treacy, secretary to the United Assurance Sick and Burial Society of St. Patrick. Fortified with all the rites of Holy Church.
12 Jan 1866 The Belfast Morning News
Death of Mr John Tracy - The Liverpool Daily post, in announcing the death of Mr J Tracy, secretary and Manager of the St. Patrick Burial Society, says :- "The lamented deceased was no ordinary man. He possessed great original energy, and this energy served to lift him above the humble position which he at first occupied. Being among his class remarkable for a capacity for business, the members of the St. Patrick Burial Society elected him secretary, and the advantage of the choice was soon manifested by a wonderful improvement in the condition of the society, by bringing within its range a larger number of subscribers, the consequences of which was a vast increase of funds. Mr Tracy was a self-educated man, and conscious, as it were, of his honesty, his accounts were not kept with the regularity and precision of a merchant's office. The funds being large, suspicion was aroused as to their safety, and zeal or malice impugned the conduct of the secretary. He defended himself with great energy, and the dispute remained undecided at his untimely death. He has left the society rich in funds."
12 November 1869 Liverpool Daily Post
M'Lean - Treacy. November 10 at St Alexanders Bootle...James eldest son of Captain Peter M'Lean, Bootle, to Catherine, eldest daughter of the late John Treacy, Esq., of this town [Liverpool].
1871 Census - Wavertree, Wavertree, Lancashire, England
James M Lean Head M 32 Liverpool, Lancashire
Catherine M Lean Wife F 25 Carmly, [Carney?] Tippreary
Frederick M Lean Son M 0 Liverpool
Dora Lennard Servant F 21 Wenford, Crunbrow
1881 Census - Dublin St Liverpool, Lancashire,
James Mc Lean Head M 42 Glasgow, Scotland, engine fitter
Catherine Mc Lean Wife F 42 L'Pool, Lancashire, England, Dressmaker
James Mc Lean Son M 11 New York, America
Catherine Mc Lean Daughter F 3 L'Pool, Lancashire, England
1891 Census – Latham Street Kirkdale Lancashire
James Mclean Head M 49 England, Engine Fitter
Catherine Mclean Wife F 48 England
Catherine Mclean Daughter F 12 England
John Tracey & Catherine Dankel
Edward Tracey b. 1873 Holy Cross
John Tracy married Mary Devanney 1898 St Sylvester
John Tracey/Tracy & Catherine Fitzpatrick
Mary Jane Tracey b. 1884 Ol Reconciliation
Winifred Tracy b. 1889 St Alphonsus
John Tracey & Margaret Gordon
John Tracey b. 31 Dec 1829 bapt. Baptism: 2 Jan 1830 St Patrick, Toxteth, Lancs. Sp. Thomas Murphy & Margaret Murphy
1841 Census - Clemments Street Jackson'S Court, Liverpool, Lancashire
John Tracey M 30-34 Ireland
Margeret Tracey F 27-31 Lancashire
Daniell Tracey M 16-20 Lancashire
John Tracey M 10 Lancashire
William Tracey M 7 Lancashire
1851 Census - Charter Street, Liverpool, Lancashire
John Tracey Head M 50 Ireland, blacksmith
Margaret Tracey Wife F 49 Ireland
John Tracey Son M 20 Liverpool, Lancashire, unmarried, smith
William Tracey Son M 18 Liverpool, Lancashire, unmarried, ship wright
Mary Hape Niece F 50 Wales, widow
1861 Census - Charter Street Vauxhall Liverpool Lancashire
John Tracy Head M 60 Ireland, dock labourer
Margaret Tracy Wife F 58 Ireland
John Tracy Son M 31 Liverpool, Lancashire, blacksmith
John Tracey, Head, M, 70, b. 1801 Ireland, labourer, Howard Street Liverpool Lancashire
Margt Tracey, Wife, F, 66, b. 1805 Ireland, Howard Street Liverpool Lancashire
William Tracey, Son, M, 34, unmarried, b. 1837 Liverpool, Shipwright, Howard Street Liverpool Lancashire
Margt Ann Tracey, Granddaughter, F, 11, b. 1860 Liverpool, Howard Street Liverpool Lancashire
Daniel Tracey, Full, Plumber Bachelor of Charter St (s. of John Tracey, Smith) married Sarah Knowles (X), Full Spinster of Mill Lane (d. of Thomas Knowles, Warehouseman) 24 May 1846 St Bartholomew, Vauxhall, Lancashire, England. Witness: Sarah Bevan, (X); Thomas Bradshaw
Daniel Tracey & Sarah
Margaret Annie Tracey b. 27 December 1847 bapt. 10 January 1848 St Johns Old Haymarket, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Gulielmus Gordan Tracey b. 16 Aug 1857 - St Mary's RC Liverpool
1851 Census - - Charter Street, Liverpool, Lancashire
Esther Brohill Head F 67 Ireland, widow, washer woman
Daniel Tracy Lodger M 28 Liverpool, Lancashire, plumber
Sarah Tracy Wife F 28 Litherland, Lancashire
Margaret Ann Tracy Daughter F 4 Liverpool, Lancashire
John Tracy Son M 1 Liverpool, Lancashire
Daniel Tracey, Head, b. 1823 Ireland, St Albans Liverpool Lancashire.
Sarah Tracey, Wife, b. 1824, Liverpool Sefton, St Albans Liverpool Lancashire.
Margaret Ann Tracey, Daughter, b. 1848, Liverpool, St Albans Liverpool Lancashire.
John Tracey, Son, b. 1850, Liverpool, St Albans Liverpool Lancashire.
Samuel Tracey, Son, b. 1856, Liverpool, St Albans Liverpool Lancashire.
William Gordon Tracey, Son, b. 1857, Liverpool, Lancashire, Liverpool Lancashire.
Thomas Tracey, Son, b. 1852, Liverpool, St Albans Liverpool Lancashire.
Daniel Gordon Tracey, Head, M, 48, b. 1823 Ireland, plummer, Dale Street Liverpool Lancashire
Sarah Tracey, Wife, F, 47, b. 1824 Sefton, Dale Street Liverpool Lancashire
John Tracey, Son, M, 21, b. 1850 Liverpool, Shipwright, Dale Street Liverpool Lancashire
Thomas Tracey, Son, M, 18, b. 1853 Liverpool, plummer, Dale Street Liverpool Lancashire
Samuel Tracey, Son, M, 16, b. 1855 Liverpool, office boy, Dale Street Liverpool Lancashire
William Gordon Tracey, Son, M, 13, b. 1858 Liverpool, Dale Street Liverpool Lancashire
James Tracey, Son, M, 6, b. 1865 Liverpool, Dale Street Liverpool Lancashire
Mary Knowles Barton, Niece, F, 13, b. 1858 Liverpool, Dale Street Liverpool Lancashire
1881 Census - West Derby Rd, West Derby, Lancashire
Daniel Gordon Tracey Head M 58 Ireland, Plumber & Furniture Dealer
Sarah Tracey Wife F 57 Litherland, Lancashire, England,
Wm Gordon Tracey Son M 24 Liverpool, Lancashire, England, single, Warehouseman Paper Factory
James Tracey Son M 16 Liverpool, Lancashire, England, single, Assistant To Tobacco Spinner
Margaret Tracey Mother F 76 Ireland
William Plare Lodger M 22 Australia
John Tracey, single (s. of Daniel Gordon Tracey) married Annie Hollis, single, (d. of Richard Hollis) 18 Oct 1874 St. Simon, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Samuel Tracey, 22 Years Clerk Bachelor of 11 Jefferson Street (s. of Daniel Tracey, Painter) married Elizabeth Ann Ashton - 21 Years Spinster of 11 Jefferson Street (d. of James Ashton, Deceased, Butcher) 19 Aug 1877 St George, Everton, Lancashire, England Witness: John Williams; Phoebe Davies
Samuel Tracy & Elizabeth Ann
Ada Louise Tracy b. 3 February 1880 bapt. 19 September 1880 St Timothy's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
William Gordon Tracey & Sarah Ellen
Florence Tracey b. 22 Dec 1889 - Everton, St Augustine CoI, Lancashire
Margaret Ellen Tracey b. 10 Sep 1893 - Everton, St Augustine CoI, Lancashire
Harold Tracey b. 12 Jul 1896 - Everton, St Augustine CoI, Lancashire
Edith Tracey bapt. 17 Aug 1898 St Augustine, Everton, Lancs. Abode: 5 Lavan St Occupation: Commercial Traveller
Daniel George Tracey b. 7/16 Aug 1899 - Everton, Emmanuel CoI, Lancashire
James Tracey, 31 Freight Clerk Bachelor of 91 Herschell St (s. of Daniel Gordon Tracey, Deceased, Master Plumber) married Emily Rebecca Cook - 22 Spinster of 91 Herschell St (d. of Henry Cook, Deceased, Blacksmith) 7 Jul 1896 St Cuthbert, Everton, Lancashire, England. Witnesses: William Gordon Tracey & Elizabeth Tring
John Tracey married Mary Hart 1870 St Patrick
John Tracey & Mary Hart
Albert Tracey b. 1883 St Patrick
John Tracey married Alice Hoffen 1869 St Anthony
John Tracey & Catherine Hynes
Joseph Nicholas Tracey b. 1900 St Clare
John Tracey married Ellen Kelly 1837 St. Michael in the City Liverpool, Lancashire
John Tracey married Margaret Mccabe 1895 St Francis Xavier
John Tracey/Tracy & Margaret McCabe/MacCabe
Margaret Tracey b. 1895 All Souls
John William Tracy b. 1899 All Souls
John Tracey (X), Mariner of Liverpool married Elizabeth McKadom (X), Spinster of Liverpool 23 Dec 1803 St Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Witness: Edward Coventry; Ls. Pughe
John Tracy married Mary Mitchell 1845 St Mary Highfield St
John Tracey married Mary Ann Scott [maiden name Smith] 24 Jan 1861 Saint Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
John Treacy, Head, 45, 1816, Mercantile clerk?, Athol Street, Liverpool, Lancashire
Mary Treacy, Wife, 40, 1821, Athol Street, Liverpool, Lancashire
Sarah Jane Treacy, Daughter, 16, 1845, Athol Street, Liverpool, Lancashire
Mary Anne Scott, Stepdaughter, Athol Street, Liverpool, Lancashire
Jane Scott Stepdaughter, Athol Street, Liverpool, Lancashire
Stephen Scott, Stepson, Athol Street, Liverpool, Lancashire
Sarah Jane Tracy, Birth Registration Oct-Nov-Dec 1844 Hull, Yorkshire, England Volume 22 Page 414 Line Number 5
Hello, I'm looking for Mary Howard and John Tracy who were in HULL at the time of the birth of Sarah Jane Tracy November 6, 1844, born at 35 Great Passage Street, Kingston upon Hull, in the sub-district of Myton. Jan in Oz
Sarah Jane Tracey & William Whitford
Elizabeth Ellen Whitford b. 20 May 1870 Clonmel
William Whitford b. 27 May 1872 Clonmel
Whitford and Tracey, Tipperary
William Whitford born 1838 Liverpool, married Dorothea Stewart born 1839 Liverpool, 1859 Liverpool (details obtained). Have found him1841/51/61 census Liverpool, last one includes their firstborn; between 1860 and 1867 they had 5 children.
My problem is I cannot find him or Dorothea 1871. Dorothea appears in 1881 and 1901 in Liverpool again; 1881 states her to be "MARRIED", 1901 "WIDOW". She died 1903 in a Liverpool workhouse. Can't find 1891 for her.
William appears in 1881 in Swansea, Glamorgan, with 2nd "WIFE" Sarah Jane born 1844 Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, and 6 children, first two born Clonmel, Tipperary, middle two Shropshire, last two Swansea, Glamorgan. Found William and Sarah Jane 1891 and 1901 - he died 1906.
I cannot find a marriage in U.K. for William and Sarah Jane. Not found a divorce either.
William was for certain in Liverpool with Dorothea c 1866, then in Clonmel 1870 when his first child with Sarah Jane was born.
1881 Census - Western St, Swansea (Town), Glamorganshire, Wales
Wm Whitford Head M 42 Liverpool, Lancashire, England, Watch Jobber
Sarah Jane Whitford Wife F 36 Hull, England
Elizabeth Ellen Whitford Daughter F 10 Ireland
Wm Whitford Son M 8 Ireland
John Henry Whitford Son M 4 Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
Fredrick ? Whitford Son M 6 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Maude Whitford Daughter F 2 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Charles Tracy Whitford Son M 7 M Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
1891 Census - New Oxford Street, Swansea
William Whitford Head M 52 Lancashire, England, Watch Repairer
Sarah J Whitford Wife F 46 Yorkshire, England
Elizabeth E Whitford Daughter F 20 Ireland
William Whitford Son M 18 Ireland
Frederick H Whitford Son M 16 Shropshire, England
John H Whitford Son M 14 Glamorganshire, England
Maud Whitford Daughter F 12 Glamorganshire, England
Charles T Whitford Son M 10 Glamorganshire, England
Alexander Whitford Son M 6 Swansea, Glamorganshire, England
1901 Census - Lower Oxford Street, Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
William Whitford Head M 62 Liverpool, Lancashire, WATCH MAKER
Sarah Jane Whitford Wife F 56 Hull, Yorkshire
Frederick H Whitford Son M 27 Shrewsbury, Salop
Maud Whitford Daughter F 23 Swansea, Glamorganshire
Charles Tracey Whitford Son M 20 Swansea, Glamorganshire
Alexander Whitford Son M 14 Swansea, Glamorganshire
John Tracey & Ann/Annie Tracey
William Daniel Tracey bapt.15 October 1876 St. Stephen's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
John Tracey b. 12 August 1878 bapt. 29 September 1878 St. Stephen's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Mary Jane Tracey b. 20 February 1880 bapt. 11 April 1880 St. Stephen's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Richard Hollis Tracey b. 27 April 1881 bapt. 19 June 1881 St. Stephen's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Ada Shaw Tracey b. 5 March 1883 bapt. 22 April 1883 St. Stephen's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Annie Hollis Tracey b. 6 December 1884 bapt. 1 February 1885 St. Stephen's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Elizabeth Hollis Tracey b. 4 September 1887 bapt. 23 October 1887 St. Stephen's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Tracey Family - New York, Marriage, Death & Naturalization Records Needed!
Hope someone can help me with this!
The Tracey Family in question are:
William Daniel Tracey b1876/78 Liverpool, Lancs, England & d? Brooklyn, New York, USA
Emily Florence Tracey b14th July 1880, Liverpool, Lancs, England & d? Brooklyn, New York, USA
Colin Gordon Tracey b4th May 1917, Liverpool, Lancs, England & d28th July 1993 New York, USA
William Daniel seems to have travelled across 2 or 3 times between 1918 & 1920 as i have 3 passenger lists for him, Florence & Colin followed in 1925 & i have that passenger list as well.
The 1930 US Census has the 3 of them in Brooklyn, Kings County, NY (Districts 1251-1500), i only have a printed transcription of this one, so don't have an actual address for them!
This is where things get a little tricky!
On a family tree i found, Florence was shown as having died in 1931 in Buffaloe Bay, USA. I have since found Florence on the 1940 US Census & taking out US Naturalization in 1943, so the tree must be wrong unless they were naturalizing ghosts! lol ;D
1940 US Census has them at 2563, East 27th Street, Brooklyn, NY, with William Daniel listed as a Carpenter, Industry shown as Steamship. Florence is shown as Emily Florence aged 59 with no occupation. Colin Gordon is 22 & shown as being a distributor & industry shown as Motion Picture Film Company! I wonder what he did exactly? Colin is also shown as being married but no wife shows up with him. Could sks possibly find a marriage for him probably between 1935 & 1940.
All 3 took out US Naturalisation in 1943, Colin Gordon on 12th Aug 1943 & still at the East 27th Street address, but Florence when she did hers on Dec 16th 1943 was residing 4677 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY. I have the Nauralisation cards for these 2. However i did find one for William Daniel also in 1943 but haven't got the card for him & i don't have the date of it to hand either. If anyone can help with this record it would be appreciated.
Finally the death records of William Daniel & Florence Emily, which i have not been able to locate. both died sometime between 1943 & 1962 when i believe the US social security numbers started. The family tree that had Florence Emily dying in 1931 (which is quite obviously wrong!) also states that William Daniel died in 1953 but doesn't say where. However with one wrong it is quite possible that the other could quite well be wrong as well!
Sorry if this rambles a bit, quite a bit of info fit in!
Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
John Tracey & Mary Ann Wright
Mary Tracey b. 19 November 1848 bapt. 9 December 1848 St Patrick, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
John Tracey & Mary/Maria
Maria Tracey b. 9 June 1843 bapt. 9 June 1843 St. Patrick, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Margt Tracey b. 6 May 1849 bapt. 20 May 1849 Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
John Tracey & Martha Tracey
Mary Ellen Tracey bapt. 16 March 1851 Saint Peter, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Jno Tracy & Mary [moved from Ballinrobe Co. Mayo LINK]
Jno Tracy b. 3 Jun 1851 of Friarsquarter Sp. David & Mary Kelly. Ballinrobe Parish
Thos Tracy b. 11 Jan 1854 of Glebe St? Sp. Jno Gill & Mary Ann Keasy? Ballinrobe Parish
John Tracy [b. 1851 Ballinrobe Co. Mayo] married Margaret Maclin 1877 St Francis Xavier [moved from Ballinrobe Co. Mayo LINK]
John Tracey/Tracy & Margaret Macklin/Maclin
Ellen Tracy b. 1883 St Francis Xavier
John William Tracey b. 1887 St Francis Xavier
Florence Tracey b. 1889 St Francis Xavier
Edward Macklin Tracey b. 1892 St Francis Xavier
William Tracy [b. c. 1852 Ballinrobe Co. Mayo] married Margaret Kelly 1878 St Mary Highfield St
William Tracey/Tracy & Margaret Kelley/Kelly
John Tracy b. 1884 St Oswald
Ann Mary Tracey b. 1885 All Souls
John Joseph Tracy b. 1887 St Patrick
Margaret Tracy b. 1889 All Souls
James Tracey b. 1892 St James
Teresa Tracey b. 1894 All Souls
Bridget Tracey/Tracy [b. c. 1859 Ballinrobe Co. Mayo] & Alexander Garraty/Garrity [moved from Ballinrobe Co. Mayo LINK]
Alexander Garrity b. 1887 St Sylvester
Cornelius Garraty b. 1890 St Anthony
Alexander Garrity b. 1895 St Francis Xavier
John Tracey & Sarah
John Tracey bapt 21 Feb 1894 St Bridget, Wavertree, Lancashire, England. Of 7 Mill Row, Baker
Catherine Treacy, born abt 1858 (d. of John Treacy) married Joseph Walker 24 Sep 1879 St Nicholas Liverpool
Daniel Tracey, (X), Full Age, Labourer, Bachelor, Pool Lane? (s. of John Tracey, Labourer) m. Barbara Callaghan, (X), Minor, Spinster, Jamaica St (d. of Michael Callaghan, Book Keeper) 20 May 1839 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Witness: Thomas Holmes, (X); Mary Ann Molloy, (X)
Daniel Tracey & Bab Callohan
John Tracey b. 24 Jul 1840 bapt. 2 Aug 1840 St Patrick, Toxteth, Lancashire Sp. John Scott & Mary Scott
Daniel Tracy & Margaret Callaghan
Catherine Tracy b. 12 Jul 1842 bapt. 31 Jul 1842 St Patrick, Liverpool Lancashire (LDS)
John Octavius Treacy, born abt 1870, (s. of John Treacy) married Sarah Lewis 30 Nov 1892 St Cyprian Edge Hill Lancashire
John Tracey, (X), full, Mariner, Bachelor, White St. (s. of John Tracey, Labourer) Married Jane Robinson, full, Widow, White St. (d. of William Hudson, Gentleman) 10 Apr 1859 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Witness: John Mellor, (X); Alice Campbell
Margaret Treacy, born abt 1852, (d. of John Treacy) married John Pritchard 19 or 29 Apr 1878 St Nicholas Liverpool
Mary Treacy, single (d. of John Treacy) married John Fogarty, single (s. of Thomas Fogarty) 30 May 1842 St. Peter's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Patrick Tracey (X), Full, Mariner, Bachelor, Pall Mall (s. of John Tracey, Farmer) married Sarah McCune - (X), Full, Spinster, Pall Mall (Patrick McCune, Warehouseman) 7 Oct 1859 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Witness: Thos. Kelly; Ann Nolan, (X)
Sarah Tracey, Cotter St. (d. of John [Tracey], Dead & Honor of Cotter Street) married Edmund Murray, Cotter St. (s. of John [Murray], Dead & Bridget 31 May 1858 St Patrick, Toxteth, Lancs. Witness: Janett Condon of Cotter St.; Mary Finlay of Great Oxford St.
Catherine Treacy (d. of John Treacy) married Joseph Walker (s. of Charles Walker) 24 Sep 1879 St Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Catherine Tracey & Joseph Walker
Louisa Ann Walker b. 1893 Ol Star Of The Sea
William Tracey 23, Labourer, Bachelor, 83 Rose Vale (s. of John Tracey, (Deceased), Labourer) married Isabella Moulsdale 20, Spinster, 54 Rose Vale (Thomas Moulsdale, Carpenter) 25 Dec 1900 St Peter, Everton, Lancs. Witness: James Goodwin; Mary Margery Wolfe
Joseph Tracey, Tailor, This parish married Susannah Johnson, Spinster, This Parish. 20 Aug 1834 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Witness: Elijah Airey; Sarah Airey
John Tracey b. 7 Mar 1780 bapt 2 Apr 1780 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Of Preston Street, Tailor
Margaret Tracey married Michael Caldwell 1868 St Alban
Margaret Tracey married Samuel Carter 1859 St Patrick
Margaret Tracey married Mark Doyle 1843 St Mary Highfield St
Margaret Tracey, (X), Widow, This Parish married Patrick Fleming, (X), Tailor, This Parish. 7 Dec 1835 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Witness: Thomas Burns, (X); Ann Owens
Margaret Tracey married Daniel Murray 1865 St Augustine
John Tracey, single, white (s. of Mark Tracey) married Mary Ann Conolly single, white (d. of William Conolly) 15 Oct 1849 St. John's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
26 October 1849 Liverpool Mercury
Oct 20, at St. John's Church, Mr. John Treacey to Miss Mary Ann Conolly.
Mark Tracy & Elizabeth Casidy
Mary Tracy b. 1884 All Souls
Mary Tracey married Patrick Egan 1896 St James Bootle
Mary Tracy & Patrick Egan
Andrew Egan b. 1899 St Winifred
Mary Tracey married Michael Graham 7 Feb 1859 Saint Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire [see 1871 census]
Mary Ann Tracey & James Graham
James Graham b. 1897 St Joseph
Mary Tracy married Michael Jacob 1838 St Peter
Mary Tracey married Patrick Kiernan 1863 St Mary Highfield St
Mary Nora Tracey & Patrick Lenane
Frances Lenane b. 1899 Workhouse
Mary Tracey married George Little 1852 St Mary Highfield St
Mary Treacey married James Lundy 1876 St Augustine
Mary Tracey/Tracy & James Londy/Lundie/Lundy
Ellen Lundy b. 1884 St Augustine
James Lundy b. 1885 St Anthony
Mary Catherine Londy b. 1887 St Anthony
Thomas Lundie b. 1889 St Alban
Mary Ann Tracey/Tracy & Christopher Mcaardle/Mcardle/Mccarroll
Edward Mcaardle b. 1884 St Joseph
James Mcardle b. 1887 St Joseph
Michael Mccarroll b. 1890 St Joseph
Mary Tracy married Daniel McCormick 7 September 1847 St Patrick, Liverpool Wit: John McCormick & Martha Eustace
Mary Ann Tracey & James Mcdonald
James Edward Mcdonald b. 1883 St Patrick
Alice Mcdonald b. 1885 St Anne
David Mcdonald b. 1888 St Anne
Mary Jane Tracy (X), 38 Widow of 7 Beau Street (d. of Patrick McLoughin, Deceased, Lock Smith) married Abraham Williams - 58 Labourer Widower of 5 Court 7 House Beau Street (s. of John Williams, Deceased, Carter) 17 Mar 1902 All Saints, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Witness: Thomas Duncan, (X); Emma Ross
Mary Tracey married James William Reston 1898 St Alphonsus
Mary Tracey married Peter Whelan 1878 St Joseph
Mary Tracy & Peter Whelan
Daniel Whelan b. 1885 St Anthony
Mary Ann Whelan b. 1888 Ol Reconciliation
Mary Tracey & Decimus Warrey
Decima Tracey bapt 31 Jul 1852 St John the Baptist, Toxteth, Lancashire, England. Abode: Toxteth Park. Occupation: Druggist. Notes: [mother's occupation] servant
Matthew Tracey & Mary Anne
Margret Tracey b. 5th December 1846 bapt. 6th December 1846 Sp. James Reiley and Bridget Jackson. St Anthony's
Michael Tracy & Judith Bryan
William Tracy b. 1st April 1840 bapt. 26th April 1840 Sp. Pat Mcdonnel and Margt. Maher. St Anthony's
Michael Treacy, Tailor, of Liverpool married Ann Carty, (X), Spinster, of Liverpool 27 Sep 1802 St Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, England Witness: Edward Coventry; Robert Hill
Michael Tracey married Ann Leadbetter 1888 Sacred Heart
Michael Tracey married Bridget Reeves 1898 St Francis Xavier
Michael Tracey & Julia
Margaret Tracey b. 10th February 1845 bapt. 9th March 1845 Sp. Thomas Myer and Margaret Mayer. St Anthony's
Michael Tracey & Johanna
Margret Tracey b. 26th June 1847 bapt. 4th July 1847 Sp. John Bryan and Anna Cashen. St Anthony's
Micheal & Joanna
William Treasey buried 24th Sep 1840, age 6m, of Ford St. St Anthony's. paid by Judeath Treasey
Thomas Tracy, full, Mariner, Bachelor, Ray St. (s. of Michael Tracy, Gardener) m. Jane Williams, (X), full, Spinster, Ray St. (d. of Watkin Williams, Mariner) 14 Jul 1856 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Witness: William Williams; Mary Thomson
Patrick Tracey married Mary Butterworth 1886 O L Good Help
Patrick Tracy married Catherine Fitzpatrick 1883 St Anthony
Patrick Tracey married Ann Kavanagh 1882 St Alban
Patrick Tracey & Ann Cavanagh
Mary Tracey b. 1883 St Anthony
Patrick Tracy & Mary Ann Futhey
Margaret Tracy b. 1884 St Sylvester
Patrick Tracey married Ann Magee 1849 St Anthony
Patrick Tracey married Teresa Mcloughlin 1897 St Anthony
Patrick Treacy married Margaret Murphy 1864 O L Reconciliation
Patrick Tracy married Frances Page 1876 St John Kirkdale
Patrick Tracy & Ann Page
William Shepherd Tracy b. 1897 St John
Patrick Joseph Tracey/Tracy & Frances Page
Clara Mary Tracy b. 1886 Ol Immaculate
Ellen Elizabeth Tracy b. 1889 Ol Immaculate
Henry George Tracy b. 1892 St John
Eulalie Gertrude Tracy b. 1893 St John
John Joseph Tracey b. 1895 St John
Patrick Tracy married Mary Ann Walsh 1885 St Michael
Patrick Tracy & Mary Ann Walsh
Eleanor Tracy b. 1887 St Michael
Patrick Tracey & Mary
Wm. Tracey b. 3rd April 1848 bapt. 9th April 1848 Sp. Bernard Ward and Jane Ross. St Anthony's
Peter Tracey married Jane Brindle 1861 St Peter
Peter Tracy married Elizabeth Murphy 1858 St Joseph
Peter Tracy married Esther Lovelady 1868 Ss Peter & Paul Crosby
John Treacy buried 3rd May 1841, Age: 9m, of Hodson St., Son of Peter Treacey & Bridget. St Anthony's
Richard Tracey & Alice Felton
Richard Edward Tracey b. 1900 Ss Peter & Paul
Richard Tracy married Mary Jane Woods 1899 St Thomas Waterloo
Robert Tracy m. Rose Ann Lynch 02 Sep 1863 Saint Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, England [see 1871 census] [from Clondalkin Dublin?]
Edmund Treacy (s. of Robert Treacy) married Mary Abram 21 Oct 1840 St Nicholas Liverpool
Christopher Tracey, 21, b. 1865, single, (s. of Robert Tracey) married Margaret Ann Eaton, 18, b. 1868, single, (d. of Thomas Eaton) 12 May 1886 St. Anne's Church, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Christopher Tracey/Tracy & Margaret Eaton/Eton
Rose Ann Tracy b. 1887 St Joseph
Margaret Tracy b. 1889 St Joseph
Mary Tracy b. 1891 Sacred Heart
Robert Tracey b. 1892 Sacred Heart
Elizabeth Tracey b. 1895 Sacred Heart
Jane Tracey b. 1897 Sacred Heart
Josephine Tracey b. 1899 Sacred Heart
Robert Tracey & Marie
Frederick Tracey bapt 31 Jul 1867 Christ Church, Hunter Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. of 7 Kellet Buildings Clare St., Interpreter. Notes: P.
Samuel Tracey (X), this parish married Elizabeth Fryer (X), this parish 19 Jun 1768 St Thomas, Liverpool, Lancs. Witness: Thos. Wainwright; Thomas Smithen
Samuel Treacy b. 23 Jun 1773 bapt. Jul 1773 St Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Samuel Tracey & Elizabeth Ann Tracey
Sarah Ann Tracey b. 2 July 1878 bapt. 4 August 1878 St. Stephen's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
James Ashton Tracey b. 25 September 1883 bapt. 24 December 1883 St. Peter's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Samuel Edward Tracey/Tracy & Emma
Edith Margaret Tracy b. 18 Apr 1910 bapt. 3 May 1911 St Cuthbert, Everton, Lancashire, England. Abode: 31 Hartnup Street. Occupation: Labourer
Grace Douglas Tracey b. 15 Mar 1914 bapt 13 May 1914 St Cuthbert, Everton, Lancashire, England. Abode: 1 Varthen Street. Occupation: Labourer
Sara Tracey married Edmund Murray 1858 St Patrick
Simon Tracey & Emily
Cyril Tracey b. 5 February 1893 bapt. 31 May 1893 Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Susannah Tracey married John Meagher 1871 St Joseph
Thomas Treacy married Ann Caulfield 1842 St Mary Highfield St
Thomas & Ann Cawlfield
John Tracy b. 16 February 1843 bapt. 19 February 1843 St. Patrick, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Timothy Tracey b. 12 January 1845 bapt. 19 January 1845 St Patrick, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Thomas Treacy married Catherine Devine 1867 St Augustine
Thomas & Catherine Dowd
Maria Tracey b. 18 April 1843 bapt. 30 April 1843 Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Thomas Tracey & Catharine Duck [see Longford]
Francis Tracey b. 10th March 1838 bapt. 25th March 1838 Sp. James Lee And Elizth. Lee. St Anthony's
Thomas Tracy married Rose Fleming 1891 St Joseph
Thomas Tracey/Tracy & Rose Ann Fleming/ Flemming
Sara Tracey b. 1900 All Souls
Margaret Ann Tracy b. 1892 St Anthony
Thomas Tracey b. 1894 All Souls
Patrick Tracy b. 1896 All Souls
Rose Tracy b. 1898 All Souls
Thomas & Mary Haland
James Tracy b. 11 December 1838 bapt. 23 December 1838 St Anthonys, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Thomas Tracey & Catharine Kelly
Catherine Tracey buried 8th September 1836, aged 1y3m, of Chadwick St
Catharine Tracey b. 20th August 1837 bapt. 27th August 1837 Sp. James Conerty and Hanah Blundell. St Anthony's. buried 30th August 1837, age 7d, of Porter St
Thomas Tracey b. 3rd September 1838 bapt. 9th September 1838 Sp. Thomas Murphy and Mary Hart. St Anthony's. buried 11th January 1840, age 16m, of Porter Street
John Treacey Buried 23rd February 1841, Age: 5y, Of Stewart St., of Thomas Treacey & Catherine. St Anthony's
James Mathew Tracey b. 28 November 1843 bapt. 10 December 1843 St. Anthony, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
James Andrew Tracey buried 22nd December 1843, age 2y5m, of Porter St. [parents not stated]
Thomas Tracy married Bridget Madden 1861 St Nicholas
Thomam Tracy (Waterford) m. Birgittam Madden, St. Nicholas', Liverpool England. 19th century.
Thomas Tracey married Julia Ann Nolan 1898 St Augustine
Thomas Tracey & Ann Nolan
John Tracey b. 1898 St Alban
Ellen Ann Tracey b. 1900 St Alban
Thomas Tracey & Mary Nyland
James Tracey b. 11th December 1838 bapt. 23rd December 1838 Sp. Patk. Carroll and Ann Tobin. St Anthony's
Thomas Tracy married Marcella Reilly 1861 St Augustine
Thomas Tracey married Elizabeth Rossiter 1863 St Anthony
Thomas Tracey & Elizabeth Rossiter
Mary Grace Tracey b. 1882 Ol Immaculate
Thomas Tracey & Catharine Smete
John Tracey b. 2 February 1851 bapt. 9 February 1851 St. Patricks, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Thomas Tracey, 21, married Jane Southward, 21, single, 16 Aug 1866 Cheshire, England [see 1871 census]
Annie Southward Tracey b. 3 May 1874 St. Mary's, Kirkdale, Lancashire, England
Thomas Tracey & Jane Tracey
Daniel Tracey bapt. 7 July 1867 Grove Street Chapel, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Arrabella Tracey bapt. 11 May 1871 Grove Street Chapel, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Joseph Tracey bapt. 11 May 1871 Grove Street Chapel, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Thomas Tracey & Catharine Tracey
William Tracey b. 9th November 1839 bapt. 17th November 1839 Sp. Michl. Mcdonnell and Mary Higgins. St Anthony's
Thomas Tracey/Treacey & Catherine
Thomas Treacey b. 28 November 1841 bapt. 12 December 1841 St. Anthony, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
James Tracey b. 18th May 1845 bapt. 25th May 1845 Sp. Wm. Cherr and Jane Noble. St Anthony's
John Tracey b. 18th May 1845 bapt. 25th May 1845 Sp. John Farrell and Bridget Maher. St Anthony's
Mary Elizab Tracey b. 11th January 1848 bapt. 30th January 1848 Sp. Bart Dowd and Martha Curran. St Anthony's
Margh Tracey b. 24 July 1855 bapt. 6 August 1855 Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Thomas Tracy & Jessie
Margaret Tracey bapt. 31 July 1894 St. Peter's, Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
Thomas Tracy bapt. 15 April 1896 Liverpool, Lancaster, England (LDS)
Thomas Treacy & Sarah
Thomas Treacy b. 28 Aug 1788 bapt 27 Sep 1788 St Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Of Norfolk street, Mariner
Thos & Marget
Pat Tracey b. 24 June 1851 bapt. 3 August 1851 Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
William Tracy married Margaret Branigan 1896 St Francis Xavier
William Tracey & Ann Carrall
Robert Newton Tracey b. 17 November 1828 bapt. 30 November 1828 Liverpool, Lancashire, England (LDS)
William Tracey/Tracy & Mary Ann Dwyer
Ann Tracey b. 1883 St Sylvester
John Tracy b. 1886 St Sylvester
William Tracy b. 1886 St Sylvester
William Tracey married Louisa Flynn 1854 St Anne
William Tracy (d. 1881) & Anne Lyndon
Michael Tracy b. 31 July 1874 Dungarvan (LDS)
William b. 22 April 1876 Dungawan (LDS)
Johana Tracy b. 14 November 1877 Dungawan (LDS)
Hannah Tracey b c1878 [see Dungarvan Waterford]
William Tracey (let me call him William 1) who married Anne Linden. William 1 was a jobbing tailor, who may have died in 1881. Anne Tracy moved with her three children to Liverpool, England where she remarried to a Charles Kelly.
They had a son Michael who married Ellen, who then had two children, Ann and William (William 3rd). William 3 married Sophie. The story about William 3's death is that he was knocked down by a car and buried in Vladivostok! Apparently, the local consulate was involved, but I can find no records. William 3 and Sophie had a son Michael who married someone called Judy.
They also had a son William (William 2nd) who apparently didn't marry. We believe he was a tailor in the Irish Guards.
Anne's daughter, Hannah Tracy, my grandmother, was born in Dungarvin in c1878. She was married on 10 Feb 1901 to John Dunn, who had come over from Forkhill, County Armagh with his 4 brothers (Richard, Matthew, Michael and Hugh) who all became bus drivers (then horse drawn). Her 1901 wedding certificate is attached. John and Hannah had 4 boys and 2 girls. One of the boys was my Dad William (the 4th?). John died in 1928 and Hannah remarried a Patrick McGlade. Hannah died in Liverpool in 1958.
Tony email@example.com 13 September 2010
William Tracey (s. of William Tracey, Deceased) married Mary Ewart Mcfall (d. of James Mcfall) 16 Nov 1890 St Mary Kirkdale, Walton On The Hill, Lancaster, England
William Tracey married Grace Mckea 1848 St Peter
Anne Eliza Tracy, 21, Spinster of Lucerne St (d. of William Tracy, Rope Maker) married James Hampson 23 Whitesmith Bachelor of Lucerne St (s. of John Hampson, Rope Maker) 5 Aug 1878 St Michael in the Hamlet, Aigburth, Lancs. Witness: John Willis; Annie Parry
William Tracy 23, Baker, Bachelor, 15 Guildford St. (s. of William Tracy, Deceased, Baker) married Mary Lloyd 23, Spinster, 135 Field St. (d. of George Lloyd, Joiner) 5 Sep 1904 St Augustine, Everton, Lancs. Witness: George Lloyd; Annie Tracey. Notes: [Groom signed Tracey]
Thomas Eaton & Margaret Woods
Margaret Tracey b. 1868 Sacred Heart
Bridget Tracy buried 19th Jul 1848, age 5y, of North St. St Anthony’s
Catherine Tracey buried 16th Jun 1849, age 40y, of Norris St. St Anthony’s
Dennis Tracey buried 18th August 1845, age 2y9m, of Adlington St. St Anthony's
Edmund Tracey buried 10th Mar 1847, age 1m16d, of Upper Frederick.St Anthony’s
Edmund Tracy buried 29th Aug 1849, age 1y6m, of Norris St. St Anthony’s
Edward Tracey buried 2nd Apr 1851, age 10m, of Thomas St. St Anthony’s
Eliza Tracy buried 20th Jan 1850, age 2y, of Atherton St. St Anthony’s
Elizabeth Tracey buried 1st February 1848, age 23y, of Slade St. St Anthony's
James Tracey buried 16th Apr 1848, age 6y, of Truman St. St Anthony’s
James Tracey buried 26th July 1846, age 26y, of Sherwood St. St Anthony's
James Treacey, buried 29th January 1857, Age: 25 years, of Carlton. St Anthony's
John Tracey buried 14th Nov 1850, age 20m, of Atherton St. St Anthony’s
John Tracey buried 21st Jul 1847, age 28d, of Addison. St Anthony’s
John Tracey buried 21st October 1844, age 6m, of Princes St. St Anthony's
John Tracey buried 25th Sep 1847, age 3d, of Frederick. St Anthony’s
John Tracey buried 26th Mar 1847, age 9m of North. St Anthony’s
John Tracey buried 28th Jul 1849, age 6m, of Addison St. St Anthony’s
John Tracey, buried 12th September 1845, age 28y [calculated], of workhouse. St Anthony's
John Tracey, buried 14th September 1846, age 12m, of Sherwood St. St Anthony's
Margaret Tracey buried 23rd February 1848, age 8m, of Charter St. St Anthony's
Margaret Tracey buried 7th Jul 1850, age 14m, of Portland St. St Anthony’s
Margret Tracey buried 29th November 1846, age 2y, of McGuire ST. St Anthony's
Martin Tracey buried 1st Jun 1847, age 4y, of Addison. St Anthony’s
Mary Tracey buried 17th Aug 1847, age 23y, of Workhouse. St Anthony’s
Mary Tracey buried 17th September 1848, age 28y, of Sherwood St. St Anthony's
Mary Tracey buried 1st Jul 1851, age 4m, of Banastre St. St Anthony’s
Mary Tracey buried 21st December 1846, age 12m, of Rosemund Place. St Anthony's
Mary Tracey, buried 18th July 1844, age 48y, of Chadwick St. St Anthony's
Mary Tracy buried 31st Jan 1851, age 12, of Workhouse. St Anthony’s
Michael Tracey buried 10th Mar 1851, age 24, of Workhouse. St Anthony’s
Michael Tracy buried 17th May 1849, age 1 day, of Lace St. St Anthony’s
Micheal Treacey buried 2nd December 1857, Age: 3 years, of Saltney. St Anthony's
Owen Tracy buried 27th Jun 1847, age 2y, of Addison. St Anthony’s
Patrick Tracey buried 17th Feb 1848, age 1 day, of Industrial School. St Anthony’s
Patrick Tracey buried 27th May 1847, age 30y of North. St Anthony’s
Patrick Tracy buried 15th Feb 1848, age 12y, of Industrial School. St Anthony’s
Robert Tracy Alias Hinch buried 8th Nov 1846, age 1m3d, of Gildart St. St Anthony's
Sarah Treacy, died 21 May 1865, age 31, of Hornby St, burial: 24 May 1865 St Anthony, Vauxhall, Lancashire, England. Cemeterio apud Anfield
Stephen Tracey buried 21st Apr 1847, age 37Y of Johnson. St Anthony’s
Thomas Tracey buried 9th Jun 1847, age 23y, of Workhouse. St Anthony’s
Thos. Tracey buried 28th June 1846, age 44y, of Thomas St. St Anthony's
Timothy Tracy? buried 4th Oct 1848, age 4d, of Workhouse. St Anthony's
William Tracey buried 12th Feb 1847, age 2m 1d, of Porter. St Anthony’s
William Tracy buried 8th Aug 1848, age 3m28d, of Sherwood St. St Anthony’s
William Treacey buried 30th November 1857, Age: 6 months, of Saltney. St Anthony's
John Tracey buried 17 Mar 1782 St John, Old Haymarket, Liverpool,
Lancashire, England. Notes: Belonged to the Westminister Militia
Wm. Tracey - son of Jno. Tracey buried 19 Mar 1782 St John, Old Haymarket, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Notes: Belonged to the Westminister Militia
Professor Ian Graham Tracey, DL, Mus Doc., FRCO, FRSCM, FGCM, FTCL, FLCM, FLJMU, FRSA.
Ian Graham Tracey was born in Liverpool on 27 May 1955 the son of William Tracey and Helene Mignon Harris. His family originally came from Fermanagh, migrating to Scotland in the 1850s before settling in Liverpool.
He attended Highfield School (1966-1973). Studied organ with Lewis Rust & Noel Rawsthorne, before going up to Trinity College of Music, London (1973-1975).
Studied in Paris with Andre Isoir and Jean Langlais under a scholarship (1976).
Studied choral techniques at Liverpool Cathedral with Ronald Woan and orchestral conducting with Vernon 'Tod' Handley at Liverpool Philharmonic.
Qualified as a teacher in St. Katharine's College, Liverpool in 1976. (PGCE).
Assistant Organist (from 1976), Organist (from 1980) and Organist & Master of the Choristers (from 1982-2008) of Liverpool Cathedral.
Chorus Master to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society since 1985.
Professor, Fellow & Organist, Liverpool John Moore’s University (Formerly Liverpool Polytechnic) since 1988.
Liverpool City Organist (Formerly Consultant Organist), since 1986.
Guest Music Director BBC Daily Service, since 1991.
President, Incorporated Association of Organists of Great Britain 2001-2003.
Organist Titulaire of Liverpool Cathedral, since 2008.
Tonal Director for Makin Organs & Copeman Hart, since 2011.
Deputy Lieutenant of Merseyside, since 2015.
North West Arts Award for Classical Music, 1994.
Hon FRCO 2002.
Hon DMus, Liverpool University, 2006.
Professor Ian Tracey has had a life-long association with Liverpool Cathedral and its music and, with his two illustrious predecessors, continues the tradition of an almost apostolic succession. He studied organ with Lewis Rust and then with his immediate precursor Dr. Noel Rawsthorne. Studies at Trinity College, London, culminated in Fellowship, after which, scholarship grants enabled him to continue his studies in Paris, with both Andre Isoir and Jean Langlais.
In 1980 he became the youngest Cathedral Organist in the Country, and in 2007 after 27 years service, the Dean & Chapter created the post of ‘Organist Titulaire’, allowing him the freedom to devote more time to playing, lecturing, recording and writing. Since his appointment in 1980, he has played most of the major venues in this country, and an increasing number in Europe; very much in demand in the U.S.A., he has made 23 extensive tours, playing in all the major Cities and in 1999 & 2003 undertook major tours of Southern Australia, recitaling, examining and teaching. The past two seasons have included concerts in New York, Seattle, San Francisco, Bermuda, Paris, Holland, Germany, Jersey & Spain; he returns again to Germany and Holland in 2015.
On the wider musical canvas, he is a frequent broadcaster with the B.B.C., and his recordings on the Cathedral Organ have met with wide acclaim from the critics, recording for E.M.I., CHANDOS and PRIORY. He regularly examines and adjudicates and, over the past 28 years, has conducted over 250 concerts with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra & Chorus. He holds Fellowships from 20 prestigious musical institutions both here and abroad, including the Royal College of Organists, as one of only 28 Honorary Fellows worldwide. In 2006, the University of Liverpool conferred upon him Doctor of Music, in recognition of his long and distinguished service to music in Liverpool and of his national and international reputation. In 2008, the Royal School of Church Music and in 2009, the Guild of Church Musicians, awarded him Fellowships for distinguished services to church music and his international reputation as a church musician. He was commissioned as a Deputy Lieutenant for the County of Merseyside in 2015.
His other posts include: Organist to the City of Liverpool; at St. George's Hall; Chorus Master to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society; Guest Director of Music for the BBC Daily Service, Professor, Fellow and Organist at Liverpool, John Moores University, Tonal Director for Makin Organs & Copeman Hart Ltd. and past president of the Incorporated Association of Organists of Great Britain.
His compositions include a Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (Fauxbourdons) and Responses for Men's voices. He has composed several carols and many descants and arrangements, including a version of the popular football song 'You'll never walk alone' which caught the national imagination at the moving Memorial Service for the victims of the Hillsborough Stadium disaster.
Maggie Humphreys, Robert Evans (1887) Dictionary of Composers for the Church in Great Britain and Ireland
Vince Tracy was born on Wirral, Merseyside and enjoyed the Merseybeat Years at The Cavern and Iron Door in Liverpool. He played harmonica in several groups before becoming one of the first professional disc-jockeys on Merseyside at the Cabin then Hamilton clubs. He worked freelance with the BBC at Radio Merseyside and as a professional DJ and entertainer in the North-West of England. Moving to Cornwall in the 80s Vince qualified as a teacher and ran his entertaining career alongside a teaching career. He had a daily show with Spain's national broadcaster Onda Cero and presents his cabaret shows around Benidorm, Spain. These days he travels extensively creating various podcasts and jamming with other musicians when possible.
Book: The Long and Winding Road: from Beatles to Benidorm. 2013
James Tracy, 24 years Estate Clerk Bachelor of 33, Symons Street, Gt. Cheetham St. Higher Broughton (s. of Lord James Tracy, Engineer) married Mary Alice Willox Thwaites, 31 Years Spinster of 17, Boothroydon (d. of James William Thwaites, (deceased), Cotton Manufacturer) Wit: George William Hellawell; William Firby; Willox Cookson Thwaites; James Henry Thwaites on the 7 Apr 1900 St Paul, Blackpool, Lancashire, England [see Honor Lilbush Wingfield Tracy]
WW1 Pension Records British Army [1901 Census Capel Street/1911 Census Abbey street]
William Gatrick [Patrick] Treacey, 191289/876741 gunner 3rd Red Battery Royal Field Artillery (RC, b 25-11-1892 Dublin, s. of William & Lily) married Lily Elsworth 26 Jul 1916 RO Chorlton Manchester
Residence Place: 1918 117 Upper Abbey St, Dublin/69 Robert St Canho Manchester/1 Walford Villas Splinghead Anbaby Street [all crossed out] 11 Clifford Street Chorlton-on-Medlock Manchester
Maya Treacey, b. 18/6/1917 59 Hull
Stage Carpenter, 23Y11M, 5'5", 34-37 Chest, 115lb, dk brown hair, grey eyes, fresh complexion, served 2 years 56 days India & South Africa, defective vison, no disability
Health: Seaman's and Firemans Union
Employer: Mr. Mc Cren, Carpenter, Moss Side Manchester.
Trade: Carpenter, Seaman (Mercantile)
Barnard Treacy Married Elsie Edge Or Ellen Marsh Or Mary Ann Smith Or Ann Costhelo 3rd Quarter 1846 Leigh Lancashire
Daniel Tracey, 39, widowed, a finisher of 3 Parliment Square, son of Daniel Tracey, a groom deceased, married 31 May 1883 at All Souls, established church, Manchester to Catherine Hannay, 28, widowed, of 17 North Street, dau of Edward Thompson, a tailor. Witness: Thomas Colman & Elizabeth Colman. [her mark] [wifes marriage in 1873 to Thomas Hannay]
1798-1914 Register of Enlisted USA
John Tracy, enlisted 18 Nov 1879 Ft Oincha? Nebraska by Lt Fort for 5 years, born Manchester England, 31 years, painter, hazel eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5’5”, 9 Inf, deserted Jan 18 1880
John J Trasey, enlisted 14 Feb 1882 at Albany NY by Capt Davis for 5 years, born Manchester England, 22 years, labourer, grey eyes, bro hair, ruddy complexion 5’4”, 5 Cav B coy, discharged Aug 22/85 disability at Fort Reno I.T, [Oklahoma] a Pvt char fair D.Cuc’d
Thomas Treacy [of Galway] married Margaret Dogherty [of Clare] Barton Upon Irwell, Lancashire, England Jan-Feb-Mar 1865 [moved to Chicago Ill – see Galway]
1881 Census - Green Lane Barton Upon Irwell, Lancashire
Thomas Tracey Head M 44 Ireland, carter
Margaret Tracey Wife F 41 Ireland
Hugh Tracey Son M 15 Patricroft, Lancashire, England, book keeper
Mary Ellen Tracey Daughter F 12 Patricroft, Lancashire, England, dress maker
Susannah Tracey Daughter F 10 Patricroft, Lancashire, England
John Thos Tracey Son M 8 Patricroft, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Tracey Daughter F 5 Patricroft, Lancashire, England
Philip Tracey Son M 3 Patricroft, Lancashire, England
Thomas Tracy, Head, b. 1817 Ireland, St Barnabas Manchester Lancashire.
Elizabeth Tracy, Wife, b. 1834 Ireland, St Barnabas Manchester Lancashire.
Lydia Tracy, Daughter, b. 1847 Manchester, St Barnabas, Manchester, Lancashire.
Margaret Tracy, Daughter, b. 1850 Manchester, St Barnabas Manchester Lancashire.
Lusia Tracy, Daughter, b. 1852 Manchester, St Barnabas Manchester Lancashire.
Anne Tracy, Daughter, b. 1855 Manchester, St Barnabas Manchester Lancashire.
James Tracy, Son, b. 1860 Manchester, St Barnabas Manchester Lancashire.
1881 Censu - Heath St, Manchester, Lancashire
Thomas Tracy Head M 64 Ireland
Elizabeth Tracy Wife F 46 Ireland
John Tracy Son M 19 Manchester, Lancashire, England
Thomas Tracy Son M 15 Manchester, Lancashire, England
Dennis Tracy Son M 13 Manchester, Lancashire, England
Elizabeth Tracy Daughter F 11 Manchester, Lancashire, England
Francis Tracy Son M 9 Manchester, Lancashire, England
Alfred Tracy Son M 6 Manchester, Lancashire, England
Henry Plant Boarder M 20 Manchester, Lancashire, England
Thomas Connelly Boarder M 24 Manchester, Lancashire, England
1901 Census - St Barnabas, Manchester, Lancashire
Dennis Tracey Head M 32 Manchester, Lancashire
Mary Tracey Wife F 31 Manchester, Lancashire
John Tracey Son M 12 Manchester, Lancashire
Thos Tracey Son M 9 Manchester, Lancashire
Alfred Tracey Son M 7 Manchester, Lancashire
Mary Elizh Tracey Daughter F 2 Manchester, Lancashire
Norah Tracey Daughter F 0 Manchester, Lancashire
John Treacy married Mary Feeny OR Bridget Murphy 4th Quarter 1861 Oldham Lancashire
1942 Draft Registration
John Tracey, b. 21 Nov 1893 Preston Lanc England, Mrs Margaret Tracey (wife) 251 Irvington St, New Bedford, Bristol, Massachusetts
Arthur Tracy, (1893-1962) champion welterweight boxer, of Darwen Lancashire England, whose family came from Ireland.
Pat McAllister v Arthur Tracey May 16, 1923 Croke Park Dublin
June 25, 1920 Evening public ledger, Philadelphia Pa
1940 Census - Ward 21, Detroit, Detroit City, Wayne, Michigan, United States
Arthur E Tracy Head M 46 England, foreman steel wholesale warehouse
Annie Tracy Wife F 46 England
Arthur Tracy jr Son M 14 England, apprentice pattern maker automobile factory
Joan M Tracy Daughter F 6 Michigan
5 Nov 1920 Hull Daily Mail (Yorkshire)
Return of Tracy. Arthur Tracy, welter-weight boxing champion North England, arrived home yesterday after an extended American tour...
Arthur Tracy, Darwin England, 1920, 26 years, 5'8", fresh complexion, blk hair, blue eyes, married, Warehouse man, Father: Mr W Tracy, 5 Sunstock Rd, Darwen. Brother-in-law: Mr W Banks, 3009, Nth Swanson Phila. b. Preston England.
Annie Tracy, Darwen England, 1920, 25 years, Father: Mr Anthony Reeday, 23 Bedford St, Darwen. Husband: Mr Arthur Tracy, 3009 Swanson St, Phila, PA. 5'3", Frash complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, b. Darwen England.
Elsie Tracy, Darwen England, 1920, 4 years, G’Father: Mr Anthony Reeday, 23 Bedford St, Darwen. father: Mr Arthur Tracy, 3009 Swanson St, Phila, PA. 5'3", Frash complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, b. Darwen England.
Arthur Tracy married Annie Reeday Jul-Aug-Sep 1914 Blackburn, Lancashire, England
Ann E Tracy b. Oct-Nov-Dec 1915 Blackburn, Lancashire, England
Arthur Tracy b. Apr-May-Jun 1925 Blackburn, Lancashire, England
Joan Marie Tracy b. ??? married Robert Chambers True
1911 Census – Darwen Lancashire
William Tracy, head, 40, b. Darwen
Sarah Ellen Tracy , Wife, 41, b. Darwen
Margarate Mary Tracy, Daughter, 19, b. Preston, married James Jones. She passed away on 1 Aug 1979 in St Petersburg, Florida, USA
Arthur Tracy, Son, 17, b. Preston
Jane Tracy, Daughter, 16, b. Preston, married Dick Parsons.
Gilbert Tracy, Son, 13, b. Preston
Isabella Tracy, Daughter, 12, b. Preston, married Jack Flynn and had 4 children.
William Tracy , Son, 8, b. Preston, married Eileen and had 3 children.
Winifred Tracy, Daughter, 5, b. Darwen, married John Noonan and had 4 children.
Annie Tracy, Daughter, 2, b. Darwen, married Herbert Blackburn and had 3 children.
Aloysuis Tracy b. ???
John Tracy b. ??? (mother Margerison) married Maureen.
1911 Census – Darwen Lancashire
Gilbert John Tracy, Head, 33, b. Preston
Elizabeth Ellen Tracy, Wife, 33, b. Preston
Elsie Tracy, Daughter, 6, b. Preston
Gilbert Tracy , Son, 2, b. Darwen
1901 Census - Muncaster Road, Preston, Lancashire
William Tracy Head M 29 Preston, Lancashire, Confectioner
Sarah E Tracy Wife F 31 Preston, Lancashire
Margaret M Tracy Daughter F 9 Preston, Lancashire
Arthur Tracy Son M 7 Preston, Lancashire
Jane Tracy Daughter F 6 Preston, Lancashire
Gilbert Tracy Son M 3 Preston, Lancashire
Elizabeth Tracy Daughter F 2 Preston, Lancashire
Sarah E Tracy Daughter F 1 Preston, Lancashire
Margaret A Tracy Sister F 24 Preston, Lancashire, Cotton Winder
1901 Census - Kent Street, St Thomas, Preston, Lancashire
Annie Gregson Head F 45 Preston, Lancashire, Cotton Weaver
Robert Gregson Son M 15 Preston, Lancashire, Iron Moulders Apprentice
Gilbert J Tracey Son-In-Law M 22 Preston, Lancashire, Bread Baker
Ellen Tracey Daughter F 22 Preston, Lancashire, Cotton Weaver
Elsie Tracey Grand Daughter F 2 Preston, Lancashire
Ellen Tracey Grand Daughter F 0 Preston, Lancashire
Gilbert John Tracey married Elizabeth Ellen Gregson Jan-Feb-Mar 1900 Preston Lancashire
Mary Ellen Tracey, 25, b. 1868, single (d. of William Tracey) married Robert Clarkson, 29, b. 1864, single, (s. of James Clarkson) 06 May 1893 All Saints, Preston, Lancashire, England
William Tracy married Sarah Ellen Nowlan Jul-Aug-Sep 1891 Preston, Lancashire, England
1891 Census - James Street North, All Saints, Preston Lancashire
Margaret Tracey Head F 49 Lancashire, England, widow, charwoman
William Tracey Son M 19 Lancashire, England, Bread Baker
Margaret A Tracey Daughter F 13 Lancashire, England,
Gilbert Tracey Son M 12 Lancashire, England, Tobacconists Assistant
1881 Census - Preston Lancashire
William Tracey Head M 38 Ireland, Cotton Weaver
Margaret Tracey Wife F 39 Chorley, Lancashire, England, Cotton Weaver
Emma Tracey Daughter F 18 Preston, Lancashire, England, Cotton Tenter
Anne M Tracey Daughter F 16 Preston, Lancashire, England, Cotton Weaver
Mary E Tracey Daughter F 14 Preston, Lancashire, England, Cotton Weaver
William Tracey Son M 10 Preston, Lancashire, England
Margaret A Tracey Daughter F 4 Preston, Lancashire, England
Gilbert J Tracey Son M 2 Preston, Lancashire, England
Ann M Tracey Sister F 32 Ireland, single, Cotton Tenter
William Tracey, Head, M, 26, b. 1845 Ireland, Hooker, Preston Preston Lancashire
Margaret Tracey, Wife, F, 27, b. 1844 Chorley, Weaver, Preston Preston Lancashire
Emma Tracey, Daughter, F, 10, b. 1861 Preston, Preston Preston Lancashire
Annie M Tracey, Daughter, F, 6, b. 1865 Preston, Preston Preston Lancashire
Mary E Tracey, Daughter, F, 3, b. 1868 Preston, Preston Preston Lancashire
Annie W [or M] Tracey, Sister, F, 22, b. 1849 Ireland, Tenter, Preston Preston Lancashire
William Tracy, b. 1845, 20 years, single, (s. of James Tracy) married Margaret Whittle, b. 1842, 23 years, single (d. of David Whittle) 20 Feb 1865 St. John's, Preston, Lancashire, England
Margaret Whittle & Unknown
Emma Whittle b. 28 Oct 1860 St. John, Preston, Lancashire, England
Margaret Tracey (born Whittle) was born circa 1841, to David Whittle and Jane Whittle (born Aspinal).
David was born on February 1 1809, in Chorley, Lancashire, England.
Jane was born in 1816, in Chorley, Lancashire, England.
Margaret had 5 siblings: John Whittle, Maria Bibby (born Whittle) and 3 other siblings.
Margaret married William tracey in 1865, at age 24 at marriage place.
William was born in 1843, in ireland.
They had 7 children: Ann Maria Pearson (born Tracy), Mary Ellen Clarkson (born Tracey) and 5 other children.
Margaret passed away in 1897, at age 56
Manchester Times 16 March 1844
On the 13 instant, at the office of the Superintendent Registrar, Town Hall, Salford, Mr Bernard Treacy, to Mrs. Rosetta Radford, both of Salford.
Bernard Tracey died 2nd Quarter 1849 Salford Lancashire
Bernard Treacy, of full age, Clogger, Bachelor, Pendleton, (s. of Bernard Treacy, Weaver) married Mary Hughes - (X), of full age, Spinster, Pendleton (d. of John Hughes, Gardener) [see Cardiff Wales] Wit: John Daley, (X); Margret Daly 1 Jan 1848 St Mary the Virgin, Eccles, Lancashire, England
Bernard/Bernardus Tracy & Mary/Maria Hughes
Matthew Tracy b. 26 Mar 1848 bapt. 8 Oct 1848 Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, Salford, Lancashire Sp. Anthony Mullalley & Margaret Daly
Maria Alicia Tracey b. 17 Nov 1850 [sic] bapt. 20 Jan 1850 Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, Salford, Lancashire Sp. Edwardus McGinty & Marg. Maguire
Bernard Tracy, Head, b. 1825 Ireland, St James Oldham Lancashire.
Mary Tracy, Wife, b. 1828 Manchester, St James Oldham Lancashire.
Matthew Tracy, Son, b. 1849 Pendleton, St James Oldham Lancashire.
James Tracy, Son, b. 1855 Salford, St James Oldham Lancashire.
William Tracy, Son, b. 1857 Salford, St James Oldham Lancashire.
John Tracy, Son, b. 1860 Oldham, St James Oldham Lancashire.
Bernard Tracey married Mary Connell Or Jane Lawton 2nd Quarter 1862 Ashton Under Lyne Lancashire
Bernard Treacy, died 1869 Oldham Lancashire, Age 46, b. 1823
Jacobum Tracey (s. of Jacobi Tracey & Annae Tracey) married Margaritam Fagan (d. of Patritii Fagan & Annae Fagan0 Witness: Patritio Cullen of Salford; Susanna Gilespie of Salford. 27 Sep 1858 Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, Salford, Lancashire
Jacobi Tracey & Margaret Fagan
Jacobus Tracey b. 17 Jan 1860 bapt. 15 Aug 1861 of 1 Cannon C. Sp. Honora Fagan Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, Salford, Lancashire, England
Margarita Tracey b. Feb 1862 bapt. 29 Mar 1862 of 1 Pyn Str. Sp. Anna Fagan Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, Salford, Lancashire, England
Anna Tracey b. 18 Sep 1866 bapt. 18 Feb 1867 of 5 North Charles St. Sp. Elisabeth McLindon Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, Salford, Lancashire, England
1861 Census - Cannon Court, Salford, Lancashire
Patric Tagar Head M 40 Ireland [Fagan?]
Hannah Tagar Wife F 40 Ireland
Mary Tagar Daughter F 15 Ireland
Owen Tagar Son M 14 Ireland
Mark Tagar Son M 12 Ireland
Hannah Tagar Daughter F 10 Ireland
James Tagar Lodger M 20 Ireland
Margaret Tracy Visitor F 17 Salford, Lancashire, unmarried[?], Flax Doffer
James Tracy Son M 1 Salford, Lancashire
James Tricey, Head, M, 30, b. 1841 Ireland, Boot Maker, Broughton Salford Lancashire
Margaret Tricey, Wife, F, 28, b. 1843 Ireland, Cotton Spinner, Broughton Salford Lancashire
James Tricey, Son, M, 10, b. 1861 Salford, Broughton Salford Lancashire
Margaret Tricey, Daughter, F, 8, b. 1863 Salford, Broughton Salford Lancashire
Patrick Tricey, Son, M, 6, b. 1865 Leeds Yorkshire, Broughton Salford Lancashire
Hannah Tricey, Daughter, F, 4, b. 1867 Salford, Broughton Salford Lancashire
Mary Tricey, Daughter, F, 2, b. 1869 Salford, Broughton Salford Lancashire
1881 Census - Ravald St Salford, Lancashire
James Tracey Head M 49 Ireland, shoemaker
Margt Tracey Wife F 34 Ireland, spinner
James Tracey Son M 19 Salford, Lancashire, England, shoemaker
Margt Tracey Daughter F 17 Salford, Lancashire, England, spinner
Hannah Tracey Daughter F 14 Salford, Lancashire, England, spinner
Mary Tracey Daughter F 12 Salford, Lancashire, England
Eliza Ann Tracey Daughter F 10 Salford, Lancashire, England
Jane Tracey Daughter F 6 Salford, Lancashire, England
Alfred Tracey Son M 4 Salford, Lancashire, England
Agnes Tracey Daughter F 2 Salford, Lancashire, England
1891 Census - Duke Street, Salford, Lancashire
Margaret Tracey Head F 40 Newry Ireland, widow
James Tracey Son M 26 Lancashire, England, shoemaker
Margaret Tracey Daughter F 24 Lancashire, England, laundress
Patrick Tracey Son M 22 Yorkshire, England, labourer
Annie Martin Daughter F 20 Lancashire, England, paper works
Mary Tracey Daughter F 18 Lancashire, England, Paper Works Finisher
Elizabeth Ann Tracey Daughter F 16 Lancashire, England, Paper Works Sorter
Janet Tracey Daughter F 14 Lancashire, England
Alfred Tracey Son M 12 Salford, Lancashire, England
Agnes Tracey Daughter F 10 Salford, Lancashire, England
Grace Anne Martin Granddaughter F 1 Lancashire, England
Name Alfred Vivian Tracey
Event Type Marriage
Registration Quarter Jan-Feb-Mar
Registration Year 1901
Registration District Salford
Event Place Salford, Lancashire, England
Line Number 87
Mary Agnes Nealis
1901 Census - Lawson Street, Broughton, Lancashire
Peter Nealis Head M 49 Manchester, Lancashire, Warehouseman (Shipping)
Margaret Nealis Wife F 48 Ormskirk, Lancashire
Alfred Tracy Son-In-Law M 20 Salford, Lancashire, Fault Finder In Cable Works
Mary Agnes Tracy Daughter F 20 Salford, Lancashire, Tailoress
1911 Census - Broughton Salford, Lancashire
Alfred Tracey, 30, b. Salford, Lancashire
Agnes Tracey, 31, b. Salford, Lancashire
Alfred Tracey, 9, b. Salford, Lancashire
James Tracey, 7, b. Salford, Lancashire
Mary Tracey, 5, b. Salford, Lancashire
Josephine Tracey, 2, b. Salford, Lancashire
Alfred Tracey, Royal Field Artillery 24288 Driver
Photos: Carol (29 May 2017)
Mary M [Margaret] Tracey married Williams Lenegan Jan-Feb-Mar 1929 Salford Lancashire
William/ Gulielmus/William Thomas Tracy
& Anne Farrow/Farrell
Mary Tracey b. 3 Jan 1845 bapt. 28 Sep 1845 Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, Salford, Lancashire, Sp. Matthew Keary & Frances Kelly
William Tracey b. 9 Jan 1849 bapt. Baptism: 21 Oct 1849 Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, Salford, Lancashire Sp. Edward Lavey & Maria Lily
Mathew Thomas Tracy b. 3 Oct 1851 Bbapt 16 Nov 1851 Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, Salford, Lancashire, Sp. Edward Levy & Esther Levy
William T Tracey, Head, b. 1815 Ireland, Silk Weaver, Holy Trinity Salford Lancashire.
Anna Tracey, Wife, b. 1817 Warwick Coveney, Holy Trinity Salford Lancashire.
Mary Tracey, Daughter, b. 1844 Salford, Holy Trinity Salford Lancashire.
Matthew T Tracey, Son, b. 1852 Salford, Holy Trinity Salford Lancashire.
William Tracey, Son, b. 1858 Salford, Holy Trinity Salford Lancashire.
James Tracey, Son, b. 1857 Salford, Holy Trinity Salford Lancashire.
Henry Tracey, Grandson b. 1861 Salford, Holy Trinity Salford Lancashire.
Bernard Tracey married Mary Mooney 2nd Quarter 1859 Warrington Lancashire
Dennis Treacey, 20, (s. of Dennis Treacey) married Margaret Appleton, 20, (d. of Michael Appleton) 26 Feb 1865 St. Thomas, Eccleston (Near Prescot), Lancashire, England
William Tracy & Mary Ann Carmichael [of Timogue Laois and Athy Kildare?]
1871 Census Widnes Lancashire
William Treacy, Head, 42, b. 1829 Ireland, clerk Alkali Works, Widnes Lancashire
Mary A Treacy, Wife, 40, b. 1831 Ireland, Widnes Lancashire
William Treacy, Son, 18, b. 1853 Ireland, clerk Soapers, Widnes Lancashire
George Treacy, Son, 14, b. 1857 Ireland, clerk Copper?, Widnes Lancashire
Joseph Treacy, Son, 12, b. 1859 Ireland, Widnes Lancashire
Alfred Treacy, Son, 9, b. 1862 Ireland, Widnes Lancashire
John Treacy, Son, 5, b. 1866 Ireland, Widnes Lancashire
Henry Treacy, Son, 1, b. 1870 Widnes Lancashire, Widnes Lancashire
Mary A Treacy, Daughter, 0, b. 1871 Widnes Lancashire,, Widnes Lancashire
Elizabeth Driscole, Visitor, 40, b. 1831 Ireland, nurse, Widnes Lancashire
Lefroy, 0, b. 1871 Ireland,, Widnes Lancashire
Mary Keefe, Servant, 32, b. 1839 Ireland, Widnes Lancashire
1881 Census - Mersey Road, Widnes, Lancashire, England
William Treacy Head M 52 Ireland, Commercial Clerk Alkali Works
Mary Ann Treacy Wife F 50 Ireland
Elizabeth Treacy Daughter F 30 Ireland
Alfred Treacy Son M 19 Ireland, Builders Apprentice
John Treacy Son M 15 Ireland, Oil & Grease Manufacturers Commercial Clerk
Henry Treacy Son M 11 Widnes, Lancashire, England
Louisa Treacy Daughter F 8 Widnes, Lancashire, England
Alfred Treacy, 22, single (s. of William Treacy) married Phoebe Ellen Fowls, 20, single, (d. of William Fowls) 25 Sep 1883 St. Peter, Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Alfred Treacy, born abt 1862, (s. of William Treacy) married Margaret Nicholl 15 Jul 1915 St Anne Stanley Lancashire
1911 Census of England - 3 Jubilee Terrace Halebank Nr Widnes Lancashire
Alfred Treacy, 49, head, b. Timogue Queens Ireland, Manager Water Traffic
Phoebe Ellen Treacy, 47, wife, b. Runcorn Cheshire
Elizabeth Treacy, 59, visitor, b. Timogue, Queens, single, Nurse (Sick)
Alfred Reginald Tunley, 12, adopted, b. Woolton Nr L'Pool
Mary Ann Treacy, 81 years, Mother, b. Athy Kildare Ireland, widow
Louisa Treacy, 29, single (d. of William Treacy) married William Jackson Elliot, 31, single (s. of Jackson Elliot) 16 Jun 1902 Liverpool, Lancashire, England
31 August 1918 Liverpool Echo
Treacy - August 28, at 145 Mersey road, Widnes, aged 88 years, Mary Anne, wife of William Treacy...
Leeds Times 06 September 1851
On Tuesday, at the same place [St. Patrick's Chapel, York Road]...Mr Cornelius Treacy to Miss Maria Landy, both of Leeds.
Leeds Times 19 December 1874
Treacy - Donlon. Dec 11th at St Marie's Catholic Church, Halifax, Thomas Treacy to Bridget Donlon, both of Halifax.
Kendal Mercury 08 April 1837
At Lancaster, On Monday last, M John Treacy, accountant, to Miss Alice Green, both of that town.
Manchester Times 11 March 1843
On the lst inst., at Chester, of consumlption, aged 31 years, Alice, wife of Dir. John Treacy, and niece to the late Mr. W. Bontham, of the Greaves Farme, near Lancaster.
Cheltenham Chronicle 17 August 1848
...Bethel? Union house, aged 26, Mr. O. Treacy.
Stamford Mercury 30 May 1856
In St Mary Mafdalen's, Margaret Treacy, widow, aged 77.
Henry Barnard Tracy & Mary Williamson Banns: 10 Nov 1839 Sculcoates, All Saints & St Mary's, Yorkshire (East Riding)
Last update: 04 November 2017