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Michael Charles Treacy (1866-1919)

 

 

 

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Michael Charles Treacy (1866 Derrew, Kilquain, Galway - 1919 Quincy MA)

 

I came across some interesting information about my Grandfather Michael Charles Treacy who was born in Derrew, Kilquain on 7 Nov. 1866. He was the second son of Edward Treacy & Bridget Boland. He came to the USA in 1888. He married in 1896 in Manchester, NH, was a Stonecutter and moved to the Quincy, MA to the house where I grew up. He had 10 children.

 

What I found out then was that Michael C. Treacy became the Secretary of the West Quincy Branch (local) of the Granite Cutters’ International Union from 1903 until 1910 and from 1910 until 1917 he was on the National Executive Council of the Granite Cutters’ International Association of America. Since both my Father and I were long time Union members, that is a big deal to me. Michael C. Treacy died on 26 Aug. 1919 of a Pulmonary Hemorrhage. The Granite Cutters’ Journal published a Death Notice of him in their September 1919 issue. Here is what it says:

 

“A good fellow, and a good union man has left us. Michael Treacy, to whom I refer, died on Tuesday, August 26. For many years he took an active interest in branch affairs, for a long time was a member of the Executive Council. We have missed him from our meetings since he became ill, and his ever ready smile and cheery voice will be missed. He was one of those men who were fearless in expressing their views and sentiments, no matter what the opposition might be, and many of us who have differed with him many times, could not avoid having a strong feeling of respect for the manliness of the man. He leaves a widow and a large family and Quincy branch extends its sympathy to them in their great sorrow, but we feel that they must be comforted by the knowledge that remembrance of him must recall the honest, upright character which was so manifest in all his actions. May he rest in peace. ” N. Williams

Published in the Granite Cutters’ Journal Page 14, September 1919 issue

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I thought that it was a nice write up. The next day I learned that he was also the President of Division 22, West Quincy, MA of the Ancient Order of Hibernians from 1916 to 1918. My Father was only 10 years old when my Grandfather died so we did not know all this information before last summer.

 

I have attached a photo of Michael C. Treacy from about 1903.

 

Regards,

Jim Treacy

4th January 2015

 

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Michael C. Treacy in 1918 on the front porch of his Quincy, MA home.

 

 

 

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Michael Charles Treacy and family 1903

 

 

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Lyons Turning Mill In Quincy, MA probably from the mid 1890’s.

 

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Treacy Brothers Ad (Michael C. & Patrick B.) 1915 Springfield IL City Directory

 

 

 

 

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1.1 Edward Treacy (1830-1916)

 

 

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1.1.2 Bridget Treacy (Sister Martha) a Presentation Nun

 

 

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1.1.3 Edward  & Mary (Larkin) Treacy

 

 

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1.1.4 Catherine Treacy (Sister Domenic) a Poor Clare Nun

 

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1.1.6 Sarah Treacy

 

 

 

 

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1.1.9 Elizabeth Treacy Costello

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Patrick Treacy and Mary Egan of Derrew, Kilquain, Galway

 

Black – 1st Generation

Red – 2nd Generation

Green – 3rd Generation

 

1. Patrick Treacywas possibly born in 1794 probably in Carhoon, Tynagh (also called Carrew). Tynagh is a village approximately 3 1/2 miles West of Derrew, Kilquain. Patrick Treacy’s only proven sibling/relative other than his descendants is Nicholas Treacy (c. 1797-1886) from Carhoon, Tynagh. Family lore is that Patrick Treacy lived in Carhoon before he moved to Derrew and that Nicholas Treacy was his brother. The relationship has been proven though DNA testing of proven descendants of both Patrick and Nicholas. Family Lore also says that the Treacy Family might have originally come from Littleton, County Tipperary before moving to Tynagh. Patrick Treacy married Mary Egan. Patrick moved to the Derrew, Kilquain farm in about the early 1830’s.Patrick is listed in the 1856 Griffith’s Valuation as living in Derrew, Kilquain Parish with a house, offices and land of nearly 60 acres. There are also many references to Patrick Treacy from Derrew in the Irish Petty Court Sessions Records. Patrick divided the 60-acre farm at Derrew between two of his sons, Edward and Patrick after they married in the late 1850’s. Patrick went to Sheeaunrush with the remaining family. He died Nov. 14, 1878 in Sheeaunrush, Portumna, Galway. Nicholas Treacy (his son) was the Informant, present at his death. (Portumna is a market town about 3 ½ miles South of Derrew).He had 9 children.

Patrick Treacy had at least 1 brother, Nicholas.See Note #1.In1852 in addition to Nicholas a Widow Tressy and a John Tressy were renting properties at Carhoon &Skehanagh, Tynagh, Galway. They probably were related to Patrick and Nicholas Treacy.

Mary Egan was probably born about 1809 in Kilmore, Killimor, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway, near Derrew. A Thomas Egan had 46 acres at Ballycahill, Killimorbologue, Galway in the 1824 Tithe Applotments. He might be her father. She married Patrick Treacy and lived at the Derrew farm. She died Oct. 25, 1877 at Sheeaunrush, Portumna, Galway. Nicholas Treacy (her son) was present at her death. She had 9 children.

See Probable/Possible Mary Egan Siblings. See Note #2

 

 

Children of Patrick Treacy & Mary Egan:

 

1.1 Edward Treacy was born circa 1830 in Tynagh or Killimor, Galway, Ireland. He might have joined the Royal Irish Constabulary for a short time. There is a record of an Edward Treacy who enlisted in the RIC in 1854 at age 20. He married Bridget Boland (c. 1831 – Jan. 20, 1907)from Lisinanka in the Killimor area, on Jan. 20, 1857. The Witnesses were John Boland & Michael Burke. They lived at Derrew, Kilquain Civil Parish between Portumna and Killimor. Edward is listed as small farmer on the Irish Birth Certificate of Michael Treacy. He is listed in the 1883 & 1901 Derrew, Galway Land Records, and as living in Derrew, Kilquain Parish in the 1901 & 1911 Irish Censuses. There are also many references to Edward Treacy from Derrew in the Irish Petty Court Sessions Records. Edward died July 12, 1916 in Derrew, Galway. He had 10 children.

Bridget Boland (Bolan) was probably born around 1831in Lissaniska, in the Killimor area. I found records of a Bridget Boland born either on Jan. 15, 1828 in Tynagh, Galway or on July 8, 1834 Ballinasloe, Galway (Ballinasloe is a town about 15 miles North of Derrew).These probably refer to another Bridget Boland.  She married Edward Treacy Jan. 20, 1857 in Killimor, Galway.She is listed in the 1901 Census and Tracey’s of Galway page 2. A living Boland relative told my cousin “she is of the same Boland family and she said that Edward Treacy and his wife Bridget Boland were first cousins of each other,that is all the information she had.”Edward Treacy’s Mother was Mary Egan Treacy and Thomas Boland is married to Margaret Egan Boland. This makes me believe that her parents might have been Thomas Boland& Margaret Egan. She died at Derrew on Jan. 20, 1907, age 67 a farmer’s wife. The informant was Edward Treacy.  She had 10 children.

 

Children of Edward Treacy & Bridget Boland

1.1.1 Mary Anne Treacy was born in Killimor on Jan. 7, 1858. The Sponsors were John Larkin& Mary Larkin. She entered a convent and left. She possibly died in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1935.

1.1.2 Bridget Treacy was born on Feb. 26, 1860 in Killimor. The Sponsors were Martin & Mrs. J. Boland.  She became Sister Martha a nun in the Presentation Convent. She died on Jan. 15, 1951 at the Presentation Convent, St. Joseph's, Shantalla, Galway, Ireland at age 91. The Informant was Sister Mary Mgadalena Occupier.

1.1.3 EdwardTreacy Jr.(Eddy) was born Apr. 26, 1862 Killimor. The Sponsors were Patrick & Bridget Trassy. He is living at Derrew, Kilquain in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He married Mary Larkin (1981-1949) on Jan. 21, 1909 at the Church of Fahy, Galway. The Witnesses were John Treacy & Francisca Larkin. He inherited the Derrew Homestead.  He was also a stone mason. He died on Aug. 22, 1946 in Derrew at age 83. The Informant was his son Patrick. His will was probated on May 9, 1947. He left 55 pounds to his son Patrick J. Treacy. He is buried in the Tiernascragh Cemetery in Ballycrissane. They had 10 children.

1.1.4 Catherine Treacy was baptized on Aug. 14, 1864 in Killimor. The Sponsors were Thomas Bolan & Callagy. Her Civil Birth Registration was on Dec. 15, 1864 the nformant was Edward Treacy of Derrew, her Father. On May 24, 1888 she was vested as Sister Domenic, a Poor Clare nun in Dublin. She died on June 4, 1964 at the Poor Clare Convent, Galway, Ireland,at age 99 years and 10 months. The Informant was Sister Mary Therese Rogers Occupier.

1.1.5 Michael Charles Treacywas baptized in Killimor on Nov. 7, 1866. The Sponsors were Laurence Bolan & Anne Bolan. His Civil Birth was Nov. 8, 1866 in Derrew. The Informant was Bridget Treacy his Mother. He arrived in New York on Mar. 12, 1888 on the SS Alaska. In the 1889 & 1890 Manchester NH City Directories Michael Treacy is working at the Manchester Locomotive Works and was living with his first cousin, Patrick E. Treacy, the son of his uncle Patrick Treacy. Michael Tracy is listed in the 1894 & 1895 Quincy, MA City Directories as a Stonecutter. He was married to Margaret Gertrude Flynn by Bishop Dennis M. Bradley in Manchester, NH on Sep. 3, 1895. He was a member of the Granite Cutters' International Association of America. He worked at Lyons Turning Mill, Quincy, MA. Michael Treacy became the Secretary of the West Quincy Branch (local) of the Granite Cutters’ International Union in about Nov. 1903. He is listed in the September 1904 Massachusetts Labor Bulletin 33 page 279. He was elected to the Union’s National Executive Council on Aug. 22, 1905. In the Apr. 1910 through Dec. 1917 Granite Cutters’ Journal Michael Treacy was listed on the Executive Council of the Granite Cutters’ International Association of America. With his brother Patrick B. Treacy, he started Treacy Brothers Monument Works, a Union Shop, in Springfield, IL in 1915. Michael Treacy is listed in the 1900 & 1910 Quincy, MA Censuses. In the 1894 through 1918 Quincy, MA City Directories as a Stonecutter and in the 1916 & 1918 Quincy Directories Michael is listed as the President of Division 22, West Quincy of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. Michael died Aug. 26, 1919 of Pulmonary Hemorrhage in Quincy, MA. His Aug. 28, 1919 Death Notice in the Quincy Patriot Ledger stated that he was also a member of the Irish National Foresters. In the Sept. 1919 issue of the Granite Cutters’ Journal on page 14, they published his Death Notice and in the Oct. 1919 issue they listed a $200.00 Death Benefit for Michael Treacy. He is buried in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Quincy, MA. He had 10 children.

1.1.6 SarahAngela Treacy was baptized in Killimor on Mar. 22, 1869. The Sponsors were Bernard Bolan & M. A. Treacy. She went to the US with her sister Nora and returned about the mid 1920’s. I found 1900& 1910 US Census Records for a Sarah Tracy, a servant in both Boston, & Quincy, MA, that might be her. She came back to Ireland in the 1920’s and lived for a time at 4 Beach Avenue, Galway City.  She died in Cloncona, Galway on Oct. 18, 1947 at age 79. The Informant was her Nephew Edward Costello. She was unmarried. Her will was probated in Dublin on Nov. 24, 1947. She left 2,484 Pounds, 12 Shillings and 10 Pence to her sister Elizabeth Costello.

1.1.7 Honoria Treacy(Nora) was baptized on June 2, 1871 in Killimor. The Sponsors were John & Honora Treacy. Her Civil Birth was July 2, 1971. The Informant was Bridget Treacy her Mother. She went to the US with her sister Sarah and returned about 1905.  I found 1900 US Census Records for a Nora Tracy, a servant in both Boston, & Quincy, MA, as well as a 1905 returning passenger list that might be her. She married John Kilkenny (born Jul. 2, 1871) on Nov. 25, 1908 in Killimor. The Witnesses were James Gready& Katie Treacy. She is living at Killeen West, Moat, Galway in the 1911 Census. She died on Aug. 16, 1943 at Alloon, Ballinasloe, Galway, Irelandat age 74. The Informant was her daughter Teresa. They had 3 children.

1.1.8 James Treacy was baptized July 12, 1873 in Killimor. The Sponsors were Michael Treacy & Bridget Treacy. His Civil Birth was also on July 12, 1873. The Informant was Edward Treacy his Father. He is living in Derrew in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. Nicholas Treacy mentioned that he had a problem with is back. He died on Nov. 22, 1927 at Derrew, Ballycrissane, Galway. The Informant was Edward Treacy his Brother. He was not married.

1.1.9 Elizabeth Treacy was baptized on Aug. 22, 1875 in Killimor. The Sponsors were Michael Treacy & Mary Campbell. Her Civil Birth was recorded on Aug. 24, 1875. The Informant was Edward Treacy her Father. She is living at Derrew, Kilquain in the 1901 Census. She married John Costello (1867-1948) on Feb. 21, 1905 in Tiernascragh. The Witnesses were Michael Hara & Delia Whelan.  She is living at Clooncona, Moat, Galway in the 1911 Census. Elizabeth died on Apr. 19, 1964 in Clooncona, Killimor at age 86. The Informant was her son Eddie. They had 8 children.

1.1.10 Patrick Boland Treacywas baptized Nov. 1, 1879 in Killimor. The Sponsors were Michael Trassy & Catherine Trassy. His Civil Birth was also on Nov. 1, 1879 in Derrew. The Informant was Edward Treacy his Father. He arrived in Boston from Queenstown, Ireland on Oct. 7, 1899 on the ship SS. Canada. He is listed in the 1900 Quincy, MA Census and his Oct. 6, 1902 Declaration of Intention as living at 27 Robertson St., Quincy, MA and as a Stonecutter. He is listed in the 1901 & 1902 Quincy City Directories as a Stonecutter’s Apprentice living at 10 Perkins St.In Feb. 1903 he was admitted as a New Member in the West Quincy Branch of the Granite Cutters’ Union, Card 8426. He became a U.S. Citizen on July 3, 1905. The witnesses on his petition were his brother Michael C. Treacy and Charles Olsen. He is listed in the 1910 Cincinnati, OH Census as a Carver in a Granite Works. In the March, 1914 Granite Cutters’ Journal, on page 26 of P. B. Tracey card #8426 from Springfield, IL being admitted by card in St. Louis. I think that Patrick Traveled to St. Louis to work in that area and that is a union travel card. His Sept. 12, 1918 WWI Draft Registration lists Patrick Boland Treacy as living at 124 West Jefferson St. Springfield, IL. Michael C. Treacy of 27 Robertson St. Quincy, MA, is his next of Kin. In 1915 with his brother Michael C. Treacy Patrick founded Treacy Brothers Monument Works, a Union Shop, at 213-215 East Monroe St. and residing at 124 West Jefferson, Springfield, IL as P. B. Treacy. From 1915 to 1925 he is listed with Treacy Monument Workseither as P. B. Treacy or Peter B. Treacy. Patrick died in Springfield, Illinois in Dec. 27, 1925. He is buried in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Quincy, MA.

 

1.2 Patrick Treacywas born Jan. 7, 1833 in Killimor. The Sponsors were Michael Gorman & Mary Egan.  He married Mary Stankard (c. 1840 – Nov. 29, 1901), Stankford on Church marriage record,on Feb. 2, 1856. The Witnesses were John Boland & Bridget Broderick. They lived at Derrew, Kilquain Civil Parish between Portumna and Killimor. There are also many references to Patrick Treacy from Derrew in the Irish Petty Court Sessions Records. Patrick probably died around 1867 because Mary Treacy alias Stankard was remarried to Laurence Hogan on the 14th March 1869. He had 5 children.

Mary Stankardwas born circa 1840. Her father was Michael Stankard born circa 1810 who is listed in Griffiths Valuations as occupying a house and land at Ballymartin, just South of Derrew.. She married Patrick Treacy on Feb. 2, 1856. The Witnesses were John Boland & Bridget Broderick. They lived at Derrew, Kilquain. She had 5 children with Patrick Treacy. After Patrick died she was remarried to Laurence Hogan (1831-1900)from Ballinalogue, Ballycrissane (Tiernascragh) in Portumna on Mar. 14, 1869. The Witnesses were Francis Hogan & Bridget Tully. They also lived at Derrew, Kilquain. She is listed in the 1901 Irish Census as living with her son Johnin Derrew, Kilquain. She died on Nov. 29, 1901. The Informant was John Treacy her son. She had 4 children with Laurence Hogan.

 

 

Children of Patrick Treacy &Mary Stankard

1.2.1 Mary Treacy was born on May, 22, 1858 in Killimor. The Sponsors were Patrick & Anne Stankard.

1.2.2 Patrick E. Treacywas born on Feb. 22, 1860 in Killimor. The Sponsors were Michael & Bridget Tressy. He immigrated to the USA in April 1881 according to his Naturalization Records. He married Mary Cullen (1864-1908) on Nov. 4, 1889 in Manchester, NH. In the 1891 & 1892 Manchester Directories he worked at the Manchester Print Works (M.P.W.) and was living at 65 Bath St. In the 1893 – 1908 Directories and the 1900 & 1910 US Censuses he worked as a fireman in the Boiler House at M.P.W. and lived at 140 Kelley St. In the 1913, 1915, 1922 -1924 Directories he was a fireman at Amoskeag Mills, living at 140 Kelley St. In the 1930 & 1940 US Censuses and the 1930, 1932, 1934 & 1936 Directories he is retired living at 140 Kelley St. He died in Manchester, NH on Apr. 28, 1940 of cardio - renal disease. He is buried at St. Joseph's Cemetery, Bedford, NH, McDonough Section, Lot 78. They had 4 children.

1.2.3 John Treacy was born Feb. 11, 1862in Killimor. The Sponsors were John Trassy& Mary Egan. He married Catherine Broderick (1867-1943)on Sep. 14, 1896. The Witnesses were Edward Treacy & Bridget Broderick. They lived in Derrew. He is mentioned in the1901 Irish Land Records. He is living at Derrew, Kilquain in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He died on Feb. 23, 1947. The Informant was his son Patrick Treacy. He is buried in the Tiernascragh Cemetery in Ballycrissane. They had 6 children.

1.2.4 Anne Treacy was born on Dec. 5, 1864in Killimor. The Sponsors were Nicholas & Bridget Trassy.

1.2.5 Winifred Treacy was born on June 26, 1867in Killimor. The Sponsor was Bridget Ridge. She died on Mar. 1, 1900. The Informant was John Treacy.

 

Children of Mary Stankard& Laurence Hogan

Margaret Hoganwas born on Jan. 27, 1880 in Killimor. The Sponsors were Andrew Hogan & Mrs. Hogan. She is living at Derrew, Kilquain in the 1901 Census. She married James Carey on Aug. 13, 1918 in Portumna.

Bridget Hoganwas born on May 6, 1872 in Killimor. The Sponsor was Ellen Hogan. She married Michael Burke (b. 1871) on Jan. 24, 1910 in Portumna. The Witnesses were Pat Horan & Annie Treacy. In the 1911 Census she was living at Magheranearla,Tiranascragh.

Catherine Hoganwas born on Oct. 1, 1874 in Killimor. The Sponsor was Mary Redden. She married Thomas Lowery (b. c. 1871) on June 1, 1906 in Portumna. The Witnesses were Michael Lowery & Mary Agnes Treacy. In the 1911 Census she was living at Clarary, Killimor. They had 3 children.

Ellen Hoganwas born on May 9, 1879 in Killimor. The Sponsor was Margaret Hogan.

 

 

1.3 Mary Treacy was born Mar. 12, 1835 in Killimor. The Sponsors were Thomas Costelloe& Mary Treacy. She probably died as a child since there is another Mary in the Family born in 1846.

 

1.4 John Treacywas born on June 20, 1836 in Killimor. The Sponsors were Martin Keane & Catherine Eagan. According to Nicholas he might have joined the Royal Irish Constabulary for a short time. There is a record of a John Treasy who enlisted in the RIC in 1855 at age 19 (per Ancestry.com). He married Winifred Scully (1837- 1895) on Mar. 5, 1859 in Portumna. The Witnesses were Martin Boland & Mary Broderick. He lived inGraigueakilleen,Lickmolassy Civil Parish near Portumna, Galway. He is listed in the 1886 Graigueakilleen, Galway Land records and in the 1901 & 1911 Irish Censuses. There are also many references to John Treacy from Derrew & Graignakilleen in the Irish Petty Court Sessions Records. John died on Oct. 27, 1916 in Graigueakilleen. The Informant was his son James. He had at least 5 children.

Winifred Scullywas born on June 25, 1837 in Rapla, Cloughjordan, Tipperary. The Sponsors were John Flannery & Judith Scully. Her parents were John Scully & Ellen? She married John Treacy on Mar. 5, 1859 in Portumna. The Witnesses were Martin Boland & Mary Broderick. They lived in Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway. She died on Nov. 2, 1895 in Graigueakilleen. The Informant was John Treacy. She had 5 children.

 

 

Children of John Treacy & Winifred Scully

1.4.1 Michael Treacywas baptized on Mar. 21, 1860 In Portumna. His Father is listed as John Treacy & his Mother is Winifred Scully. The Sponsors were Patrick Treacy & Mary Treacy.

1.4.2Mary Anne Treacywas born on Nov. 2, 1862 in Graigueakilleen. She was baptized on Nov. 3, 1862 in Portumna. The Sponsors were Thomas Broder and Eleanora Broder. She is mentioned in an 1885Irish Petty Court Sessions Records. She is living at Graigueakilleen in the1901 & 1911 Irish Censuses.

1.4.3Bridget Treacywas born on Jan. 12, 1865 in Graigueakilleen. She was baptized in Portumna on June 19, 1865. The Informant was John Treacy. She married Michael McDonagh (1857-1922) from Loughanroe, Tynagh on Jul. 12, 1892 in Portumna. The Witnesses were Michael McDonagh & Annie Treacy. She is living at Loughaunroe West, Ballyglass, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She died on Jan. 2, 1942 In Loughaunroe. The Informant was Mary B. McDonagh.

1.4.4James Treacy was born on May 6, 1868in Graigueakilleen. The Informant was John Treacy. He married Catherine Kemple(1878-1955)on Jun. 14, 1898. The Witnesses were Patrick Treacy & Margaret Kemple. He is listed is living at Graigueakilleen in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He died in Drumscar, Portumna, Galway in June 1950. He is buried in the Churchhill Cemetery in Portumna. They had8 children.

1.4.5Winifred Treacy was born circa 1879 in Graigueakilleen.

 

1.5 James Treacywas born on Sep. 30, 1839 in Killimor. The Sponsors were Ferdinand Ridge & Anne Egan. He married Sarah Howard(1856 – 1933) in Portumna on Feb. 5, 1878. The Witnesses were Nicholas Treacy & Maria Kelly. They lived at Sheeaunrush, Lickmolassy Civil Parish between Portumna and Killimor.There are also many references to James Treacy from Derrew & Sheeaunrush in the Irish Petty Court Sessions Records. He died on Dec. 26, 1899 in Sheeaunrush. The Informant was his brother Edward Treacy. His will left 242 Pounds, 10 shillings to his wife Sarah. He is buried in the Tynagh Cemetery. He had 13 children.

Sarah Howard was born on June 25, 1856 in Portumna. Her parents were Thomas Howard and Mary Ann Kelly. The Sponsors were Michael Kelly & Winifred Burke. Her parents were Thomas Howard (1795-1865) & Maria Ann Kelly (1817-1890). She married James Treacy on Feb. 5, 1878 in Portumna. The Witnesses were Nicholas Treacy & Maria Kelly. They lived at Sheeaunrush.Sarah is listed as living at Sheeaunrush, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses and the 1902 Derrew Galway Land Records. She died on Sept. 6, 1933 at Sheeaunrush. The Informant was Sarah Keary her Daughter. I found this written about her death:  6 Sep 1933 (CTr) Death of Mrs YTreacy, Shaenrush Portumna ...after a long illness at the age of 72 years...her people (Howards)...The burial took place at Tynagh...” She is buried in the Tynagh Cemetery. They had 13 children.

 

Children of James Treacy & Sarah Howard

1.5.1 Mary Treacywas born on Nov. 29, 1878 in Sheeaunrush. She was baptized on Dec. 6, 1878. The Sponsors were Nicholas Treacy & Mary Howard. Her Civil Registration was on Jan. 29, 1879. The Informant was James Treacy.

1.5.2 Patrick John Treacywas born on Oct. 21, 1880 in Sheeaunrush. The Sponsors were Edward Treacy & Mary Anne Horan. He is living at Sheeaunrush, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. Patrick married Bridget Mannion (1894 - 1970) on Feb. 2, 1927 in Boula, Galway. The Witnesses were Laurence Treacy & Mary Mannion. He died May 1, 1953 atSheeaunrush. The Informant was his daughter Dympna (Sarah). He is buried in Calvary Cemetery in Portumna. They had 6 children.

1.5.3 James Treacy was born on June 15, 1882in Sheeaunrush. The Sponsors were James Howard & Bridget Treacy. He is living at Sheeaunrush, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses.He died Feb. 17, 1916 at Sheeaunrush. The Informant was Sarah Treacy his Mother. He is buried in the Tynagh, Galway Cemetery.

1.5.4 Bridget Treacy(Delia) was born on Jan. 28, 1884 in Sheeaunrush. Her Civil Birth was recorded on Mar. 28, 1884. The Informant was Sarah Treacy. She is living at Sheeaunrush, Portumna in the 1901 Census. She immigrated to the USA circa 1901. She married William Fox (1880-1960) from Westmeath, who was a New York City Policeman on Nov. 15, 1908 in the Bronx, NY. In the 1910 U.S. Census they lived at 12 Cambreleng Ave Bronx, NY. In the 1920 U.S. Census they them lived at 76 Syosset St. in Woodhaven, Queens, NY. In the 1930 & 1940 U.S. Censuses they lived at 8516 88th Ave. in Queens. She died on Jun. 23, 1963. She had 8 children.

1.5.5 Edward Treacy(Big Ned) was born the July 26, 1885in Sheeaunrush. The Sponsors were Edward & Sarah Treacy. He is living at Sheeaunrush, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He married Agnes Mahoney (1903-1973) from Gortanummera, Galway on Feb. 8, 1922 in Portumna. The Witnesses were Laurence Treacy & Bridie Nolan. They lived in Ballinahescra, Killimor. He was a farmer and a stone mason. He died on Jun. 27, 1981. He is buried in the Tynagh, Galway Cemetery. They had 7 children.

1.5.6 Sarah Elizabeth Treacywas born on Nov. 20, 1886 in Sheeaunrush. The Sponsors were John & Catherine Treacy. She is living at Sheeaunrush, Portumna in the 1901 Census. She married John Keary (1857-1926) from Graigueagowan on Apr. 29, 1909 in Boula, Galway. The Witnesses were Michael Keary & Christina Treacy. She is living atGraigueagowan in the 1911 Census. Her husband John Keary left her 435 Pounds and 13 Shillings in his 1926 Will. She died in Apr. 2, 1933. She is buried in the Killimor Cemetery in Killimor. They had six children.

1.5.7 Joseph N. Treacywas born on Apr. 5, 1888in Sheeaunrush. The Sponsors were Laurence Whelan & Bridget Treacy. He is living at Sheeaunrush, Portumna in the 1901 Census. He went to the New York in 1910. He died on May 5, 1932 at Sheeaunrush. The Informant was his Brother Laurence. His 1932 will left 63 Pounds and 13 Shillings to his brother Patrick.

1.5.8 Christina Treacywas born on June 4, 1890in Sheeaunrush. The Sponsors were James Tracy & Cecelia Keon. She is living at Sheeaunrush Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She died on Mar. 3, 1921 at Sheeaunrush.The Informant was Joseph Treacy her Brother.

1.5.9 Margaret Treacywas born on Nov. 15, 1891in Sheeaunrush. The Sponsors were James & Anna Treacy. She is living at Sheeaunrush, Portumna in the 1901 Census.

1.5.10 Michael Francis Treacywas born on Oct. 15, 1893in Sheeaunrush. The Sponsors were Thomas Ridge & Bridget Fahy. He is living at Sheeaunrush, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He immigrated to the USA in about 1911. In his WWI Draft Registration he is single, no dependents, naturalized, US citizen, and lives 4535 Park Ave? NY.  He was a Platform man at Aine? Express Co.  He served with the 69th Infantry “Fighting Irish” Regiment in France in WWI. He was a Sargent in Company H, 165th Infantry, 42nd Division.  In the 1920 U.S. Census he lived with his sister Bridget Treacy Fox and her family at 76 Syosset St. in Woodhaven, Queens, NY. On July 2, 1924 he was awarded the “Conspicuous Service Cross” from the State of New York for his Military Service. In the 1930 & 1940 U.S. Censuses he lived with them at 8516 88th Ave. in Queens. He was a New York City policeman. He died on Dec. 17, 1955 in New York. He is buried in Farmington, NY.

1.5.11 Laurence Thomas Treacywas born on Nov. 14, 1895in Sheeaunrush. The Sponsors were Thomas & Margaret Diamond. He is living at Sheeaunrush in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He married Anne Frances Mannion (1902-1986) on Feb. 14, 1935 in Boule, Galway. TheWitnesses were Brendan McLearn & Kathleen Madden. They lived at Heathlawn, Killimor. He died on Mar. 22, 1976. He is buried in Killimor, Galway Cemetery. They had 6 children.

1.5.12 John Peter Treacywas born in Apr. 28, 1897in Sheeaunrush. The Sponsors were John & Mary O’Connell. He is living at Sheeaunrush, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses.

1.5.13 Agnes Treacywas born on Jan. 24, 1900in Sheeaunrush. The Sponsors were Patrick Fahy& Elizabeth Treacy. She is living at Sheeaunrush, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses.

 

Nicholas Treacy

 

1.6 Nicholas Treacywas born on Mar. 13, 1843 Killimor. The Sponsors were Edward Trasy & Honora Egan. He married Mary Walsh(1856 - 1935) in Killimor on May 6, 1880. The Witnesses were Edward Trassy & Margaret Cosgrove. He lived on farms at Cappasallagh,Kilmallinogue Civil Parish, just North of Portumna, Galway, and also Earlstown next toCappasallagh.The Cappasallagh farm was a little over 28 acres. According to the 1893-94 Report of the Evicted Tenants Commission on Aug. 16, 1889 his Family was evicted from their farm at Cappasallagh by the 2nd Marquess of Clanricarde, Hubert George de Burgh-Canning who had a reputation as one of the worst and most repressive absentee landlords in Ireland. The rent before eviction was £16. 10. 0, the amount for ejectment was sought £32. 0. 0 plus costs £2. 19. 7. He was re-instated, re-admitted at old rent and had to pay two years rent and costs. Nicholas Treacy is listed in Tracey’s of Galway, and in the 1893, 1894 & 1900 Cappasallagh Portumna Galway Land Records, and the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. There are also many references to Nicholas Treacy from Derrew &Cappasallagh in the Irish Petty Court Sessions Records. He died in Feb. 11, 1935 inCappasallagh.The Informant was Margaret Treacy his daughter.He had 14 children.

Mary Walsh was born on Dec. 8, 1856 in Killimor. Her parents were James Walsh and Maria Kirwan of Laughil, Killimor. The Sponsors were Timothy Kerwan & Bridget Walsh. Her parents were James Walsh born circa 1820 & Maria Kirwin born in 1832. She married Nicholas Treacy in Killimor on May 6, 1880. The Witnesses were Edward Trassy & Margaret Cosgrove. They lived at Cappasallagh. She is listed in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She on Dec. 27, 1933 in Cappasallagh. The Informant was her son Joe Treacy. She had 14 children.

 

Children of Nicholas Treacy & Mary Walsh

1.6.1 Mary Treacywasborn on Feb. 19, 1881 in Earlston. She was baptized on Feb. 21, 1881. The Sponsors were James Treacy & Mary Walsh. Her Civil Registartion was on Mar. 24, 1881. The Informant was Mary Walsh.  She arrived at Ellis Island in 1904 and went to live with her brother Patrick at 5255 South Halsted St Chicago Ill. She married George J. Wacter (1869-1937)on Mar. 2, 1918 in Plymouth Iowa. In the 1920 Sioux City, IA Census they were living at 209 Kansas St. In the 1925 Iowa State Census they were living in Des Moines, IA. In the 1930 & 1940 US Censuses and the1922 – 1927, 1929 - 1930, 1933 – 1935, 1938 - 1941 Des Moines Directories they lived at 1407 26th St., Des Moines, IA. In the 1943 Directory she lived at 5424 Shriver St. She died on Oct. 25, 1973 in San Francisco, CA. She is buried at Holy Cross Cemetery in Colma, CA. They had one daughter.

1.6.2 John Treacywas born in Jan. 15, 1883 in Cappasallagh. The Informant was Mary Treacy. He is living at Cappasallagh in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He married Margaret Treacy (1910-1940) in 1938. She died in childbirth. John died on Apr. 21, 1972. He is buried in Calvary Cemetery, Portumna. They had 1 child.

 

1.6.3 Patrick J. Treacywas born on Mar. 25, 1884 in Cappasallagh. The Informant was Mary Treacy. He is living atCappasallagh in the 1901 Census.  At age 19 he departed Queenstown, Ireland and landed in New York on 9 Sep. 1903 on the Ship Majestic. A John Sullivan of 5225 South Halstead St., Chicago is listed as his friend. He moved to San Francisco and married Ethel May (1897-1973) in California in about 1916. In the 1917 San Francisco Directory he is a driver living at 151 Coleridge St. In the 1918 – 1919 Directories he is a conductor living at 151 Coleridge St. Inthe 1920 US Census and the 1920 – 1921, 1923, 1925 & 1927 Directories, he is a conductor living at 327A Sanchez St.  In the 1928 – 1934, 1937, 1941 & 1943 Directories and the 1930 & 1940 US Censuses, he is a conductor living at 1430 43rd Ave. He worked as a streetcar conductor for the Municipal Railroad. Patrick died in on Oct. 11, 1943. He is buried at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery, Colma, California. They had 2 children.

1.6.4 Michael Treacywas born on May 15, 1885in Cappasallagh. The Informant was Mary Treacy. He is living at Cappasallagh in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He married Bridget Moloney of Gortanumera (1899-1979) in 1932 in Portumna. Michael died on Apr. 4, 1960 in Oakley, Portumna. The Informant was Bridget Treact his widow.. He is buried in Calvary Cemetery, Portumna. They had 6 children.

1.6.5 Francis Treacywas born on Dec. 29, 1886in Cappasallagh. The Informant was Mary Treacy. He is living at Cappasallagh in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He died Dec. 2, 1937.

1.6.6 Bridget Josephine Treacy(Belle)was born on Mar. 12, 1888 in Cappasallagh. Her Civil Birth Record was on May 2, 1888, the Informant was Nicholas Treacy. She is living at Cappasallagh in the 1901 Census. She immigrated to the New York on Oct. 17, 1908 on the SS Mauretania. Her May 20, 1925 Declaration of Intention says that she is a 35 year old nurse. She was 5’ 5” tall weighed 150 pounds had a fair complexion, brown hair and hazel eyes. On her Jan. 11, 1928 Petition for Naturalization she is a registered nurse living at 5501 West Haddon St., Chicago, IL. On the 1940 US Census she is living at 6540 South Artesian Ave. She moved to California. In the 1945 San Francisco Directory she is a nurse living at 525 Turk St. In the 1948 Directory and on her brother Edward’s 1954 Cemetery Internment Record she is living at 1029 Geary St. San Francisco. She died on Nov. 5, 1979 in San Francisco. She is buried at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery, Colma, California. She was not married.

1.6.7 Alice Treacywas born on May 2, 1889 in Cappasallagh. The Informant was Mary Treacy. She died on Mar. 25, 1900 of Bronchitis at Cappasallagh.

1.6.8 Nicholas Bernard Treacy was born on Jul. 15, 1891in Cappasallagh. The Informant was Mary Treacy. He is living at Cappasallagh in the 1901 Census. He was a priest. He had Doctor of Divinity degree. He was an Oblate of Mary Immaculate (OMI). He died Apr. 21, 1946 in Belkamp, Dublin, Ireland. The Informant was Richard Lonergan of Belcamp College.

1.6.9 James Joseph Treacywas born on May 20, 1894 in Cappasallagh.  The Informant was Mary Treacy. He is living at Cappasallagh in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He immigrated first to Chicago on Apr. 27, 1911. On his June 8, 1917 Naturalization Record his WWI Draft Registration, he was a grocery clerkfor Atlantic & Pacific and is living at 3805 Indiana Ave. He married Catherine B. Clerkin (1885-1943) on Apr. 25, 1923 in Chicago. In the 1930 & 1940 US Census and on his 1942 WWII Draft Registration he was an insurance salesman living at 8935 S. Ada St. in Chicago. He then went to California. He died in San Francisco, California May 13, 1957. He had no children.

1.6.10 Edward Martin Treacywas born on Nov. 11, 1895 in Cappasallagh. The Informant was Mary Treacy.He is living at Cappasallagh in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He immigrated to Chicago on May 9, 1912. On his Mar. 22, 1917 Naturalization Record and his WWI Draft Registration, he was a trucker for Western Electric Co. and is living at 3805 Indiana Ave. He is described as medium height and build with blue eyes and black hair. He served in the US Army in World War I in the 270th MP Company. In the 1940 US Census and on his WWII Draft Registration Record he is a policeman living at 6540 South Artesian Ave. He later moved to CaliforniaIn the 1945 San Francisco Directory he is living at 525 Turk St. In the 1948 Directory he is living at 1029 Geary St. He died on Jan 12, 1954 in San Francisco. He is buried at the Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Bruno, CA. He was not married.

1.6.11 Vincent Treacywas born on Apr. 1, 1897in Cappasallagh. The Informant was Mary Treacy. He is living at Cappasallagh in the 1901 &1911 Censuses. He died on Mar. 3, 1929 in Cappasallagh. The Informant was his brother Michael. He was not married. His will was probated on Apr. 6, 1929. He left 195 Pounds, 17 Shillings & 2 Pence to his father Nicholas Treacy.

1.6.12 Joseph Treacy was born on Apr. 26, 1899in Cappasallagh. The Informant was Mary Treacy. He is living at Cappasallagh in the 1901 &1911Censuses. He married Bridget Hanley (1908-1993) from Loughrea on Nov. 26, 1941. He died on Jan. 23, 1955. They had 4 children.

1.6.13 Margaret Treacy was born on Oct. 30, 1900in Cappasallagh. The Informant was Mary Treacy. She is living at Cappasallagh in the 1901 &1911 Censuses. She married John Connaughton, of Boleyroe, Killimor, Galway on July 1, 1936 in Boula. The Witnesses were Patrick Connaughton & Mary Treacy. She died on Oct. 9, 1939 after a fall from a bicycle. They had 1 son.

1.6.14 Bernard Treacy was born on Aug. 24, 1902in Cappasallagh. The Informant was Mary Treacy. He is living at Cappasallagh in the 1911Census. He died on Apr. 17, 1986. He is buried in Calvary Cemetery, Portumna.

 

Mary Anne Treacy

 

1. 7 Mary Anne Treacywas born on Feb. 24, 1846 in Killimor. The Sponsors were Ferdinand& Mrs. Ridge.  She married John Keon(1841 –1912) from Garraun, Pallas, Tynagh Civil Parish on Jan. 19, 1869 in Portumna.  The Witnesses were Thomas Keane & Bridget Trassy. She is listed in the 1901 & 1911 Irish Censuses. There are a few references to Mary Keon from Gurraun in the Irish Petty Court Sessions Records. She probably died in Portumna in Mar. 1930. They had 9 children.

John Keon was born on Apr. 26, 1841 in Garraun, Tynagh. His parents were John Keon and Mary Larkin.The Sponsor was Mary Quigley. His parents were John Keon (1792-1872) & Mary Larkin (1802-1869). He married Bridget Treacy on Jan. 19, 1869 in Portumna. The Witnesses were Thomas Keane & Bridget Trassy. There are a few references to John Keon from Gurraun in the Irish Petty Court Sessions Records. He is listed in the 1901 & 1911 Irish Censuses. He died on June 22, 1912 in Gurrane. The Informant was his son Edward. He had 9 children.

 

 

Children of Mary Anne Treacy & John Keon

1.7.1 Bridget Keonwas born on Dec. 8, 1871 in Gurraun, Portumna. The Informant was John Keon.  She married Dominick Harrison (1865-1905) from Mayo on Dec. 23, 1894 in Kilkelly, Mayo. The Witnesses were Michael Byrne & Catherine Shiel.  She is living at Kiltimagh, Mayo, Ireland in the 1901 Census. According to Patrick Joseph Treacy’s records “Bridget joined the nuns in France. She left the nuns during World War II and married in England. She had a daughter who was a doctor.” I found a reference on Ancestry.com Tree that she was married to Walter H. French in Islington, England in 1946. She had 1 son.

1.7.2 Celia Keon was born on Oct. 10, 1873in Gurraun. The Informant was John Keon. She went to the USA in 1899.

1.7.3 John Keon was born circa 1876 in Gurraun. He is living atGarraun in the1901 Census.

1.7.4 Mary Anne Keonwas born in Jul. 9, 1877in Gurraun. The Informant was John Keon.  She died on Feb. 2, 1881. The Informant was Mary Keon.

1.7.5 Patrick Keon was born on Oct. 5, 1880in Gurraun. The Informant was John Keon. He died at age 2 on Sep. 8, 1882. The Informant was John Keon.

1.7.6 Mary Keon was born on Oct. 1, 1881. The Informant was John Keon. She is living at Garraun, Pallas, Galway, in the1901 Census. She went to the USA.

1.7.7 Edward Joseph Keonwas born on Apr. 16, 1886 in Gurraun. The Sponsors were Patrick Martin & Mary Anne Whelan. He is living at Garraun in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. On May 30, 1916 in Tuam, the Administration of the Estate of John Keon, Farmer, of Gurraun, Tynagh, Galway, awarded to Edward Keon, Farmer, Effects 367 Pounds and 10 Shillings. He married Mary Brien on July 30, 1930 in Tynagh. The Witnesses were Patrick Whelan & Bridget Brien. They had 5 children.

1.7.8 Anne Teresa Keonwas born on Oct. 3, 1888in Gurraun . The Informant was Mary Keon. She is living at Garraun in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She married John Carolan (born 1880) fromLidsuff on Sept. 27, 1927 in Tynagh. The Witnesses were Edward Coen & Sarah Whelan. They had 1 daughter.

1.7.9 Patrick Francis Keonwas born on Jan. 13, 1891in Gurraun. The Sponsors were James Treacy & Bridget Treacy. He is living at Garraun in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He went to Canada in about 1924. He entered the USA at Noyes, MN from Winnipeg on Sept. 11, 1930. On his July 10, 1933 Declaration of Intention to become a Citizen he was described as a labourer 5’ 11” tall, weighing 176 pounds with blue eyes,black hair and a scar on his right chin . He was then living at South Laflin St., Chicago. He married Margaret Clark from Cavan on Nov. 8, 1934 in Chicago. He became a U. S. Citizen on June 23, 1936 and was living at 6452 Engleside Ave, Chicago, IL. In the 1940 Census he was a Widower and a Bridge Operator for the City of Chicago, living at 449 West Deming Place, Chicago, IL. He died in Aug. 1980 in Des Moines, IA.

 

Bridget Treacy

 

1.8 Bridget Treacywas born on Jan. 7, 1849 in Killimor. The Sponsors were Patrick Treacy & Mary Cain.  She married Laurence Whelan (born 1837) of Barnacullia, Tynagh in Portumna on June 22, 1875. The Witnesses were Patrick Whelan & Bridget Egan. She was living at Garraunnameetagh, Moat,in Tynagh Civil Parish in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses.. She died in 1940.  She had 9 children.

Laurence Whelan was born on July 24, 1837 in Barnacullia, Garraunnameetagh Townland. His parents were Martin Whelan and Anne (Nancy) Fahy. The Sponsors were Laurence Whelan &Peggy ? His parents were Martin Whelan (1799-1869) & Anne (Nancy) Fahy. He married Bridget Treacy on June 22, 1875 in Portumna. The Witnesses were Patrick Whelan & Bridget Egan. He was living at Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. There are a couple of references to Lawrence Whelan from Garraunnameetagh in the Irish Petty Court Sessions Records.The Tynagh mines took over the Whelan land. He had 9 children.

 

 

Children of Bridget Treacy & Laurence Whelan

1.8.1 Mary Anne Whelanwas born on Feb. 28, 1877 in Bornaculla. The Informant was Laurence Whelan. She died at age 11 on Jan. 31, 1888. The Informant was Laurence Whelan.

1.8.2 Bridget Whelan(Delia) was born in Feb. 7, 1879in Bornaculla. The Informant was Bridget Whelan. She is living at Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway, in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She married Coleman Maguire (1883-1922) from Carrowshanbally, Bracklagh, Galwayin Portumna in 1912.

1.8.3 Sarah Whelan was born on Oct. 10, 1880in Bornaculla. The Informant was Laurence Whelan. She is living at Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway, in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She remained at Barnacullia. She died in 1964. She was unmarried.

1.8.4 Martin Whelanwas born on Apr. 14, 1883 in Bornaculla.  The Sponsors were John Treacy & Mrs. L. Noonan. He is living at Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He remained at Barnacullia. He died on May 4, 1961. The Informant was JohnLynn. He was unmarried.

1.8.5 Catherine Whelan was born on Jul. 27 1885in Bornaculla. The Sponsors were Thomas Boughan& Bridget Keon. She died at age 2 months on Dec. 2, 1885. The Informant was Laurence Whelan.

1.8.6 Michael Joseph Whelan was born on Apr. 3, 1887in Bornaculla.  The Informant was Laurence Whelan. He died at age 20 months on June 7, 1889. The Informant was Laurence Whelan.

1.8.7 Anna Maria Whelan (Mary) was born on Apr. 27, 1888 in Bornaculla, Eyrecourt. The Informant was Laurence Whelan. She is living at Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She married James J. Donohoe (1889-1966) from Carrowshanbally, Gurtymadden, Loughrea, in 1923 in Portumna. She died on July 11, 1971. She had 5 children.

1.8.8 Teresa Mary Whelan was on born Feb. 2, 1891in Bornaculla. The Informant was Laurence Whelan. She is living at Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway in the 1901 Census. She went to the USA. She arrived in New York on Dec. 16, 1926 on the SS Baltic. She married John Smythefrom Ballinlawless, Bullaun, on June 8, 1929 in Manhattan, NY. She became a U. S. Citizen on Sep. 1, 1932 in New York City, NY. She died in Mar. 1987 In Nassau, New York, USA. She had 2 daughters.

1.8.9 Patrick Joseph Whelanwas born on July 21, 1893in Bornaculla.   The Sponsors were Edward & Bridget Treacy. He is living at Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He remained at Barnacullia. He died on May 23, 1954. He was unmarried.

 

Michael Treacy

 

1.9 Michael Treacy was born on Mar. 25, 1852 in Killimor. The sponsors were Patrick Trasy & Catherine Martin. He might have joined the Royal Irish Constabulary for a short time.There is a record of a Michael Treacy who enlisted in the RIC in 1870 at age 18. He possibly went to Australia, but Nicholas Treacy and Gerard Treacy say that he went to either Chicago or Springfield, Illinois and was killed by a bull or murdered. He might have had 1 son.

 

Black – 1st Generation

Red – 2nd Generation

Green – 3rd Generation

 

Note #1Patrick Treacy’s Brother:

2. Nicholas TreacyNicholas Treacywas born circa 1797. He lived at Carhoon, Tynagh. He has been proven to be related to Patrick Treacy from Kilquain by a DNA test taken by one of his Great-Great-Grandsons. They share the same Treacy Family DNA markers which prove that they were closely related. Nicholas Tracey is listed in Griffiths Valuationsas living in Carhoon, Tynagh. He was married to Winifred Egan. Nicholas died at Carew (Carhoon) on Feb. 6, 1886, his son Pat was the informant. He had 5 children.

Winifred Eganthe wife of Nicholas Treacy of Carhoon. She was born circa 1815. She is probably also a sister or cousin of our Mary Egan’s Family. She died on Dec. 19, 1876 at Carhoon (Carew). The Informant was Patrick Treacy her son.

 

 

Edward Treacy & Mary Keating Treacy  of Killadullisk, Galway.jpg

2.1 Edward Treacy (c. 1841-1934) and his wife Mary Keating Treacy (1852-1934).Edward lived at Killadullisk.

 

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2.1.5 Edward’s son James Treacy (Big Jim), (1883-1970) and his wife Mary Burke Treacy who also lived at Killadullisk.

 

Children of Nicholas Treacy & Winifred Egan:

2.1 Edward Treacywas born circa 1841 in Tynagh. He married Mary Keating (1852-1917) from Killadullisk, Kilquain Civil Parish near Killimor on Apr. 10, 1875. The Witnesses were James & Bridget Egan. Edward is living at Killadullisk, Derrew, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He died on Jan. 18, 1934 in Killadulisk. The Informant was his son James Treacy. His Apr. 1938 will left 35 Pounds, 11 Shilling and 6 pence to his son James. He had 11 children.

Mary Keatingwas born circa 1852 in Killadullisk. Her father was Michael Keating. She married Edward Treacy on Apr. 10, 1875. The Witnesses were James Egan & Bridget Egan. She is living at at Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She died on Dec. 13, 1934 at Killadullisk.The Informant was her son James Treacy. She had 11 children.

Children of Edward Treacy & Mary Keating:

2.1.1Peter Treacywas born on Jan. 25, 1876 in Killadulisk. The Sponsors were Patrick Treacy & Honora Keating. He died on May 26, 1876. The Informant was Edward Treacy.

2.1.2John Treacywas born on Mar. 13, 1877 in Killadulisk. The Sponsors were Michael Keating & Catherine Finnerty. He is living atKilladullisk, Derrew, Galway in the 1901 Census. He immigrated to the USA and on April 2, 1905 he arrived in the Port of New York, NY from Queenstown on the SS Celtic. In 1907 he was living at 425 South Prangs Pas Newark, NJ. In 1912 he was living at 77 Orland St., Newark, NJ. In about 1915 he married Mary A. Donohue in Jersey City, NJ. On his WWI US Draft Card he was a Police Officer for the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) living at 207 Balwin Ave. Jersey City, NJ. In the 1920 & 1930 US Censuses he was a P.R.R. Police Officer living at 217 South Tenth St., Newark, NJ. In his WWII Draft card he is a Captain for the P.R.R. at the same address. He is also listed there in 1930’s, 1940’s & 1950’s Newark City Directories. He had one son.

2.1.3Mary Anne Treacywas born on Dec. 3, 1878 in Killadulisk. The Informant was Edward Treacy. She is living atKilladullisk, Derrew, Galway in the 1901 Census. She married Patrick Noonan on April 17, 1918 at the Fahy Church. The Witnesses were Willie Staunton & Winifred Treacy.

2.1.4Winifred Treacywas born on Nov. 24, 1880 in Killadulisk. The Sponsors were Thomas & Sabina Madden. She is living at Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She married Patrick Donnellan on June 15, 1921 at the Fahy Church. The Witnesses were John Donnellan & Agnes Treacy.

2.1.5James Treacy(Big Jim) was born on Apr. 3, 1883 in Killadulisk. The Informant was Edward Treacy. He is living at Killadullisk, Derrew, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He married Mary Anne Burke on Feb. 11, 1931 in the Church at Tynagh. The Witnesses were Christopher Treacy & Gretta Molloy. He died on Nov. 1, 1970. He had 6 children.

2.1.6Bridget Treacy was born on Sep. 1, 1885 in Killadulisk. The Sponsors were John Lynch & Mary Larkin.She is living at Killadullisk, Derrew, Galway in the 1901 Census. She arrived at Ellis Island in 1907 to go to her brother John’s home at425 South Prangs Pas Newark, NJ. She was 5’-”, fair complexion, B hair, blue eyes.

2.1.7 Agnes Treacywas born on Dec. 6, 1887 in Killadulisk. The Sponsors were Patrick & Bridget Greaney. She is living at Killadullisk, Derrew, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses.She arrived at Ellis Island in 1907 to go to her brother John’s home at425 South Prangs Pas Newark, NJ. She was 5’1”, fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. She was back in Ireland in 1911.

2.1.8Catherine Treacywas born on Aug. 9, 1889 in Killadulisk. The Sponsors were John & Mary Anna Treacy. She is living at Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway in the 1901 Census. She came to the USA in 1912. In the 1920 US Census she was a Clerk for the Railroad Police living at 217 South Tenth St., Newark, NJ.

2.1.9Sarah Treacywas born on Mar. 17, 1892 in Killadulisk. The Sponsors were John Treacy & Winifred Treacy. She is living at Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses.She married Thomas Burke on Apr. 25, 1923 in Ballinasloe. The Witnesses were John Donelan & Lizzie Treacy.

2.1.10Elizabeth Treacywasborn on Oct. 16, 1894 in Killadulisk. The Sponsors were John & Mary McCoog.  She is living at Killadullisk, Derrew, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She married Patrick Larkin of Deerpark, Killimor on June 2, 1925 at the Church of Eyrecourt. The Witnesses were Patrick Broder & Margaret Treacy.

2.1.11Margaret Treacywas born on Apr. 7, 1898 in Killadulisk. The Informant was Edward Treacy. She is living at Killadullisk, Derrew, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She married James Concannon(1879-1938) of Springrove, Killimor on Sep. 21, 1927 at the Chapel of Quansboro. The Witnesses were James Treacy & Agnes Treacy. She had at least 2 children.

2.2Patrick Treacy was born on Nov. 21, 1842 in Tynagh. The Sponsors were Patrick Treacy & Catherine. He married Bridget Burke(Sep. 21, 1848 – 1910) on Feb. 25, 1878 in Portumna. The Sponsors were Patrick Treacy & Catherine. The witnesses were James Tressy & Kate McDonagh. He is living at Carhoon, Moat, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He died on Feb. 5, 1917 in Carrew (Carhoon). He had 5 children.

Bridget Burke was born on Sept. 21, 1848 in Tynagh. Her parents were Patrick Burke and Mary Keating. The Sponsors were Michael Mitchel & Bridget Donohue. She married Patrick Treacy on Feb. 25, 1878 in Portumna. The witnesses were James Tressy & Kate McDonagh. She is living at Carhoon, Moat, Galway in the 1901 Census. She died on June 17, 1910 at Carhoon. The Informant was her daughter Annie. She had 5 children.

Children of Patrick Treacy & Bridget Burke:

2.2.1Mary Treacy was born on Dec. 5, 1879. The Informant was Patrick Treacy. She is living at Carhoon, Moat, Galway in the 1901 Census.

2.2.2Anne Treacywas born on Feb. 26, 1884. She was baptized in Tynagh on Mar. 2, 1884. The Sponsors were Thomas Keighry & Burke. She is living at Carhoon, Moat, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She arrived at Ellis Island, NY in 1912 and went to live with her cousin John Treacy, at 77 Orleans St, Newark NJ. She was 5’3”, fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes. She married Patrick Murphy(1886-1979), a widowerwith 4 childrenfrom Belfast in about 1920. In the 1930 U. S. Census they were living at 664 Kearney Ave., Kearney, NJ. In the 1940 U. S. Census they were living at 121 Midland Ave., Kearney, NJ. They had 2 sons.

2.2.3Margaret Treacywas born in Feb. 23, 1886. The Sponsors were Peter Carey & Anne Burke.She is living at Carhoon, Moat, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses.She was the Executrix of her father’s 1918 Will. She married Michael O’Meara(1869-1948) on Feb. 17, 1920 in Portumna. They lived on the Treacy Farm in Carhoon. She died in Killimor on Aug. 25, 1949. They had 6 children.

2.2.4Patrick Treacywas born on Jun. 2, 1890. The Informant was Pat Treacy. He is living at Carhoon, Moat, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He enlisted in the Irish Guards of the British Army in World War on Aug. 11, 1914. He was described a 6’0” tall with blue eyes and light brown hair.

2.2.5Bridget Treacy was born circa 1896. She is living at Carhoon, Moat, Galway in the 1901 Census.

2.3James Treacy was born on Feb. 6, 1848 in Tynagh. He was baptized on Feb. 14, 1848. The Sponsors were Edward Treacy & Anne Costello.

2.4Thomas Treacy was born on Dec. 16, 1852 in Tynagh. He was baptized on Feb. 20, 1852. The Sponsors were John &Bridget Head.

2.5Michael Treacy was born on Aug. 18, 1854 in Tynagh. He was baptized on Feb 27, 1854. The Sponsors were Peter & Bridget Gohery.

 

Note #2 Probable/Possible Mary Egan Siblings

Margaret Eganwas born circa 1810. She married Thomas Boland who I believe to be the Father of Bridget Boland.There is a Margaret Boland listed in Griffiths Valuationsliving at Muingbaun. There are references for Margaret Boland from Muingbaun in the Irish Petty Court Sessions Records.She had 6 children.

Catherine Eganwas born circa 1820. She married Michael Ridge (1821-1901) in Killimor on Feb. 9, 1839. The Witnesses were John Egan & Mrs. P. Treacy, who I believe to be Patrick Treacy’s wife, Mary Egan Treacy. They had at least 4 children.

Bridget Ridgewas born circa 1843. She married Martin Dillon (1825-1914) on Nov. 30, 1869 in Portumna. The Witnesses were John Casey & Patrick Ridge. She is living at Oldtort, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She died on Dec. 23, 1929 in Oldthort. The Informant was her son John.. They had 11 children.

Winifred Dillonwas born on Jan. 29, 1870 in Portumna. The Sponsors were Thomas Ridge & Julia Casey.  She arrived in the USA in July 14, 1894 on the SS Magellan. She travelled with her cousin Bridget Delia Treacy.

Bridget Dillon (Bedelia) was born on Jan. 28, 1871 in Portumna. The Informant was Martin Dillon. She married John Walsh from Portumna on June 21, 1900 in Portumna. The Witnesses were John Walsh and Margaret Dillon. They are living at Oultort, Portumna in the 1901 &1911 Census. They had at least 6 children.

Mary Dillon was born on June 19, 1872 in Portumna. The Sponsors were Michael Ridge & Bridget Callagy. She married Patrick Ryan on Aug. 28, 1907 in Portumna. The Witnesses were Thomas Ryan & Margaret Dillon.

James Dillonwas born on May 18, 1874 in Portumna. The Sponsors were John Casey & Catherine Ridge.

Catherine Dillonwas born on June 11, 1875 in Portumna. The Sponsors were William Cormican & Elizabeth Walsh.

Michael Dillon was born on Mar. 3, 1877 in Portumna. The Informant was Martin Dillon.

Bernard Dillonwas born on Jan. 21, 1879 in Portumna. The Sponsors were Michael Glynn & Bridget Walsh. He is living at Oldtort, Portumna in the 1901 & Census. He married Margaret Ross on Apr. 29, 1909 in Fahy. The Witnesses were Francis Dillon & Agnew Mitchell. They had at least 3 daughters.

John Dillonwas born on Jun. 23, 1881 in Portumna. The Informant was Bridget Ridge. He is living at Oldtort, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He married Maria Shiel on July 14, 1920 in Portumna. The Witnesses were Frank Dillon & Margaret Shiel. He died on Dec. 11, 1961 in Oldthort at age 80. The Informant was his son Gerard. He had 8 children.

Margaret Dillonwas born on Dec. 3, 1883 in Portumna. The Informant was Martin Dillon. She is living at Oldtort, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She married Michael Ryan on Jan. 16, 1913 in Boula. The Witnesses were Edward Lynch & Bridget Walsh.

Francis Dillonwas born on Nov. 25, 1885 in Portumna. The Informant was Bridget Dillon. He is living at Oldtort, Portumna in the 1901 &1911 Censuses.

Joseph Dillonwas born on May 15, 1888 in Portumna. The Informant was Bridget Dillon. He is living at Oldtort, Portumna in the 1901 & Census. He died on Apr. 16, 1959 in Oldthort. The Informant was Gerard P. Dillon his nephew. He was not married.

Thomas Ridge was born circa 1847 in Portumna. He married Bridget Keary on Feb. 3, 1894 in Portumna. The Witnesses were Mathew Callagy & Katie Keary. He died on Jan. 1, 1901 at Cahir.

Patrick Ridgewas born on Jan. 20, 1849 in Portumna. The Sponsors were Dennis Calanan & Catherine Baughan. He married Ellen Brodrick (1865-1909) circa 1889. They are living at Curraghmore, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He died on Oct. 19, 1933 in Curraghmore. The Informant was his son James Ridge. He had 8 children.

Mary Anne Ridge was born on Jan. 28, 1890 in Curraghmore. The Informant was Patrick Ridge. She is living at Curraghmore, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses.

Margaret Ridge was born circa 1891. She is living at Curraghmore, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses.

Ellen J. Ridgewas born on Nov. 7, 1892 in Curraghmore. The Informant was Patrick Ridge her Father. She is living at Curraghmore, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses.

Bridget F. Ridgewas born on Aug. 31, 1894 in Curraghmore. The Informant was Patrick Ridge. She is living at Curraghmore, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses.

Martin Michael Ridgewas born on Nov. 10, 1896 in Portumna. The Informant was Michael Ridge. He died on Jan. 27, 1897 at age 2 month. The Informant was his Father Patrick Ridge.

Winifred P. Ridgewas born on Dec. 11, 1897 in Portumna. The Informant was Ellen Ridge. She is living at Curraghmore, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses.

Kathleen Ridgewas born on Dec. 26, 1900 in Curraghmore. The Informant was Patrick Ridge her Father. She is living at Curraghmore, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She married Joseph Williams on Mar. 25, 1920 in Portumna. The Witnesses were Michael Canning & Christina Williams.

James R. Ridgewas born on Oct. 17, 1905 in Curraghmore. He is living at Curraghmore, Portumna in the 1901 Census.

Catherine Ridgewas born circa 1853. She married William Treacy (1849-1905) from Lorrha, Tipperary, on Nov. 11, 1876 in Portumna. The father’s names were Daniel Tressy and Michael Ridge. The Witnesses were Charles Duffy & Bedelia Calinan. William was previously married in 1873 to Sarah Cleary (c.1852-1876) and had 2 children by her Mary Treacy born in 1874 and John Joseph Treacy born in 1875. William worked as a Blacksmith in Portumna. Catherine is living at Old Street, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She died on Jan. 15, 1941 in Portumna. The Informant was her son Daniel.She is buried in Calvary Cemetery, Portumna. They had 9 children.

Bridget “Bedelia” Treacywas born on Feb. 23, 1878. The Sponsors were Daniel Treacy & Bridget Dillon. She arrived in the USA in July 14, 1894 on the SS Magellan. She travelled with her cousin Winifred Dillon. She was working as a servant in New York, NY in 1900. When her sister Catherine arrived from Ireland on Oct. 23, 1902, she was living at 138 West 82nd St., New York, NY. She married Patrick Moran (1869-1956) a widower with 2 young daughters from Portumna on Oct. 4, 1908 in New York, NY. She was living at 138 West 99th St. In the 1910 US Census they are living at 345 Third Ave., New York, NY. In the 1915 & 1925 New York State Censuses and the 1920 US Census they are at 244 East 28th St. New York. In the 1930 US Census they are at 401 Third Ave. In the 1940 US Census they are at 375 28th St. Bridget died on Jul. 5, 1956. She is buried at Section 37, Range 2, Plot D, Grave #18 of Calvary Cemetery, Woodside, Queens, NY. Bridget had 3 daughters.

James Joseph Treacywas born on Apr. 10, 1879.The Sponsors were William Tressy &Catherine Kilfoyle.  He is living at Old Street, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He was a Blacksmith. He arrived in New York on June 26, 1922 on the SS Celtic.His Sept. 1, 1923 Petition of Naturalization list him as a Porter living at 142 West 109th St. New York. He is buried at the Calvary Cemetery in Woodside, Queens, NY.

Daniel Treacywas born on Apr. 11, 1881. The Sponsors were Patrick Ridge & Bridget? He is living at Old Street, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He was a Blacksmith. He married Catherine Kelly(1897-1967) fromAhascragh in 1920 in Ahascragh. The Witnesses were Frank Dillon & Maggie Kelly. They lived on Dominick St. Portumna. He died on Apr. 4, 1958 in Portumna. The Informant was Philomena Sheppard his gaughter.He is buried in Calvary Cemetery, Portumna. He had 8 children.

Catherine Treacy(Kathleen) was born on Oct. 19, 1882 in Portumna. The Informant was Catherine Treacy. She was the twin of Sarah. She is living at Old Street, Portumna in the 1901 Census. She arrived in the USA from Ireland on the SS Majestic on Oct. 23, 1902. She was to live with her sister Bridget at 138 West 82nd St., New York, NY. When her brother Michael arrived in 1906 she was living at 104 West 74th St., New York, NY. In her May 24, 1920 Declaration of Intent to become a US Citizen she was living at 244 East 28th St. In her Sept. 28, 1922 Petition for Naturalization she was living at “The Hedges” Broadwat, Far Rockaway, Queens. In her brother James 1923 Naturalization Petition she is living at 401 Third Ave. She died in Apr. 1983 in Poughkeepsie, NY.

Sarah Treacywas born on Oct. 19, 1882 in Portumna. The Informant was Catherine Treacy. She was the twin of Catherine. She died on Dec. 17, 1882 in Portumna. The Informant was Catherine Treacy.

Michael Joseph Treacywas born on Apr. 27, 1884 in Portumna. The Informant was Catherine Treacy. He immigrated to the USA. He arrived in New York on Oct. 6, 1906 on the SS Majestic. He was listed as a blacksmith and was going to live with his sister Kathleen at 104 West 74th St., New York, NY. In the 1915 New York State Census he is a policeman living at 244 East 28th St. New York with his sister Bridget Treacy Moran and her family.He married Margaret White on Jan. 14, 1919. In the 1920 US Census he was a Policeman living at 119 West 104th St. In the 1925 New York State Census he was living at 179 9th St. In the 1930 US Census he was at 116 West 109th St. In the 1940 US Census he was living at 154 106th St. He died on Apr. 10, 1951. He is buried at Calvary Cemetery in Woodside, Queens. He had 1 son.

William John Treacywas born on Jun. 14, 1886 in Portumna. The Informant was Catherine Treacy. He is living at Old Street, Portumna in the 1901 Census. He died on Apr. 7, 1903 in Portumna. The Informant was Catherine Treacy his Mother.

Sarah Treacywas born on Feb. 20, 1889. The Informant was Catherine Treacy. She is living at Old Street, Portumna in the 1901 Census. She immigrated to New York. She is buried at Calvary Cemetery, Woodside, Queens, NY.

Thomas Treacywas born on Nov. 12, 1890. The Informant was Catherine Treacy. He is living at Old Street, Portumna in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He was a blacksmith. He immigrated to New York City in 1911. His sister Delia Treacy Moran paid for the voyage. He was 5'8", dark complexion, black hair, grey eyes.

John Egan was born circa 1818. I found a Feb. 18, 1829 Church Baptism for Tynagh that might be him. The parents were Thomas Egan and Catherine Higgins. The Sponsors were Thady Treacy & Peggy Higgins.He lived at Kilemore and I believe that he is probably the brother of Mary Egan Treacy. He married Mary McLernan (1825-1893) on Sep. 29, 1845 in Killimor. The Sponsors were John & Mrs. Pat McLernan. John Egan is listed in Griffiths Valuations as occupying a house and 25 acres of land at Kilmore, Killimorbologue. He is also listed in the Irish Petty Court Sessions. He died on Mar. 26, 1903 at age 74, a widower. The Informant was Margaret Egan his daughter. His June 27, 1903 Will left 53 Pounds, 15 shillings to his son John Egan. He had 5 children.

James Eganwas born on May 29, 1849 in Killimor. The Sponsors were John McLernan & Bridget Lantry. He married Honoria Shiel (1866-1923) on Feb. 27, 1887 in Bullaun. The Witnesses were James Treacy & Catherine Shiel.

He is living at Kilemore, Killimor, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He died on Jan. 15, 1907 in Kylemore. The Informant was a Honoria Egan. He had 1 daughter.

Mary Anne Eganwas born on Apr. 2, 1900. The Informant was James Egan. She is living at Kylemore, Killimor, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She married Martin Shiel on June 12, 1922 in Portumna. Mary Anne died shortly after the birth of her third child in 1926. They had 3 children.

Maria Eganwas born circa 1853. She married Denis Keating (1833-1900) from Craughwell on Nov. 12, 1873. The Witnesses were Thomas & Maria Curley. She is living in Craughwell, Lawrencetown in the 1901 Census. They had 6 children.

Bridget Keatingwas born on Apr. 10, 1875 in Craughwell, Laurencetown. The Sponsors were Edward Treacy & Mary Treacy. She married John Corbett on May 25, 1897 in Eyrecourt.

Patrick Keatingwas born on Apr. 25, 1877 in Craughwell, Laurencetown. The Informant was Denis Keating. He is living in Craughwell, Lawrencetown in the 1901 Census.

John Keatingwas born on May 18, 1879 in Craughwell, Laurencetown. The Informant was Denis Keating. He married Mary Coughlan on Feb. 11, 1899 in Ballinasloe. They had 1 son.

Mary Keatingwas born on Sep. 11, 1881 in Craughwell, Laurencetown. The Informant was Maria Keating.

Michael Keatingwas born on Oct. 17, 1890 in Craughwell, Laurencetown. The Informant was Denis Keating. He is living in Craughwell, Lawrencetown in the 1901 Census.

Anne Keatingwas born on Jan. 28, 1894 in Craughwell, Laurencetown. The Sponsors were Patrick Keating & Mary Quirke. She is living in Craughwell, Lawrencetown in the 1901 Census.

Bridget Eganwas born on Sep. 17, 1856. The Sponsors were John & Catherine Lantry. She married James Hynes on Sep. 9, 1888. The Witnesses were John Burns & Bridget Keating. They are living at Craughwell, Lawrencetown, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. She died on Sept. 3, 1924 in Portumna at age 73. The Informant was her son Thomas. They had 4 children.

Mary Hyneswas born on July 17, 1889 in Craughwell, Laurencetown. The Informant was Bridget Hynes. She is living at Craughwell, Lawrencetown, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses.She married Michael Martin on Aug. 12, 1911 in Kiltormer. The Witnesses were John Hynes & Mary Fahey.

John Hyneswas born on Nov. 18, 1891 in Craughwell, Laurencetown. The Informant was Bridget Hynes. He is living at Craughwell, Lawrencetown, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses. He married Margaret Dillon onNov. 26, 1938 in Fahy, Yhe Witnesses were Tom McLearn & Mary Keating. He died on Feb. 1, 1961 in Craughwell. The Informat was his wife Margaret.

Patrick Hyneswas born on Nov. 15, 1893 in Craughwell, Laurencetown. The Sponsors were Michael Hynes & Margaret Egan. He is living at Craughwell, Lawrencetown, Galway in the1901 & 1911 Censuses.

James Hyneswas born on Sep. 4, 1895 in Craughwell, Laurencetown. Sponsors were Thomas Lockes & Mary Coughlan. He is living at Craughwell, Lawrencetown, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses.

Margaret Eganwas born circa 1860. She is living at Kilemore, Killimor, Galway in the 1901 & 1911 Censuses.

John Eganwas born on Apr. 2, 1862. The Sponsors were Patrick Lock & Anne McLernan. He is living at Kilemore, Killimor, Galway in the 1911 Census. He died on Jan. 10, 1919 in Kylemore. He was unmarried.

 

Jim Treacy

Sept. 24, 2016

 

 

 

 

Wedding of Edward  Treacy & Mary Larkin Jan. 1909 Fahy Church.jpg

Edward Treacy – Mary Larkin Wedding Photo 29 Jan 1909  Fahy Church

 

Centre of second line from bottom with cap - Edward Treacy. To his right in picture - His wife Mary Larkin.To Mary Larkin’s right in picture John Treacy, Cappasale, beside him Frances Larkin (Craughwell). I do not know 3 to her right in picture. Man in hat in extreme left John Treacy, Derrew.Below from him in front row Patrick Larkin (with cap). Directly below John Treacy, Cappasale - Martin Larkin with cap & probably some musical instrument in hand. Young girl beside John Treacy, DerrewJanie Larkin (Conroy). Woman above fiddler in front row could be Bridie Larkin (Holden). Second left to Edward Treacy, Katie Larkin (Keegan). Man with hat with hands on Edward’s shoulder John Costello(married to Elizabeth Treacy). Near him left with cap John Kilkenny (married to Nora Treacy). Two old men with bowler hats I think the one with sideburns is Edward Treacy (Ed Treacy’s father, born around 1833).Smaller man with moustache Patrick Larkin, Mary Larkin’s father. I think the tall man beside them with beard is Tein Larkin. Man at the back extreme back uncle of Mary Larkin. Between grandfather Edward Treacy & John Costello with cap Patrick Treacy Sheeaunrush, beside him one of his sisters, either Mrs. Sarah Keary or Agnes), first cousins of groom in picture.Tall man in top left with cap Looks like John Larkin, brother of Mary. At extreme back beside John Larkin, Charlie Nevin, Derrew (in cap, married Annie Treacy).

 

 

 

Treacy Family Homestead Derrew Summer 2011.jpg

Treacy Family Homestead Derrew Summer 2011

 

Nicholas Treacy - wife Mary (Walsh) & son Edward 1927,jpg.jpg

Nicholas Treacy, of Cappasallagh, wife Mary (Walsh) & son Edward 1927

 

Nicholas Treacy of Cappasallagh Family.JPG

The Family of Nicholas Treacy of Cappasallagh, (Edward’s brother). His wife and children, in back are left to right,  Margaret (Treacy) Connaughton,  Nicholas’s wife Mary (Walsh) Treacy, John Treacy, Michael Treacy & Edward Treacy.

The people in front Vincent Treacy, Bernard Treacy, Joseph Treacy, & Francis Treacy.

 

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Edward Treacy and his brother Fr. Nicholas Treacy sons of Nicholas Treacy.

 

John Treacy (Nicholas's son) & wife Margaret.JPG

John Treacy (Nicholas's son) & wife

 

Patrick Treacy (Nicholas's son) & wife Ethel (May) Treacy.JPG

Patrick Treacy (Nicholas's son) & wife Ethel (May) Treacy

 

 

 

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William Treacy (1849-1905) and Catherine Ridge Treacy (1853-1941). I am related to this Treacy branch through Catherine Ridge’s Mother, Catherine Egan, the sister of my Great-Great-Grandmother Mary Egan. William Treacy was a blacksmith in Portumna.

 

Anna Treacy Murphy - Daughter of Patrick Treacy from Carhoon, Tynagh.jpg

Anna Treacy Murphy - Daughter of Patrick Treacy from Carhoon, Tynagh

 

 

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Sarah & Martin Whelan

 

Patrick Whelan, back left, Sarah Whelan centre front & Martin Whelan front right.jpg

Patrick Whelan, back left, Sarah Whelan centre front & Martin Whelan front right

 

 

Anna Maria Whelan & James J. Donohoe Wedding Day June 6, 1923.jpg

Anna Maria Whelan & James J. Donohoe Wedding Day June 6, 1923

 

 

 

Treacy Family Homestead Derrew, Kilquain  1960's.jpg

Treacy Family Homestead Derrew, Kilquain  1960's

 

 

Remains of Treacy homestead, Carhoon, Tynagh 1.jpg

Remains of Treacy homestead, Carhoon, Tynagh 1

 

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Remains of Treacy homestead, Carhoon, Tynagh 2

 

 

 

Historical References

 

1796 Irish Flax Growers

John Tressy, Ballynakill, Galway

Widow Tressy, Ballynakill, Galway

 

1820s-1830s Tithe Records

Widow Treasy, [LrRiverstown, Tynagh, Galway, 1826]

Edmond Freacey [Treacy], CarreelSkyaneRahan [Garraun? SkehanaghRaheen], Tynagh, Galway, 1826

Edmond Treacy, Skyarra [Garraun?SkehanaghRaheen], Tynagh, Galway, 1826

Francis Treacy, Lisduffbana [Lissduff], Tynagh, Galway, 1826

Laurence Treacy & Co, Paultalloon[Polltalloon], Tynagh, Galway, 1826

Lawrence Treacy & Co, Poultaloon [Polltalloon], Tynagh, Galway, 1826

 

***There are actually only 4 Treacy’s named in the 1826 Tithe Applotments from Tynagh, one of the references to Laurence Treacy is a duplicate of the first***

Surname        Forename         Townland/Street        Parish              County            Year

Treacy             Lawrence          Poultaloon               Tynagh            Galway            1826

Treacy             Francis              Lisduffbana         Tynagh            Galway            1826

Treacy             Laurence           Paultalloon              Tynagh             Galway           1826 - duplicate

Treacy             Edmond            Skyarra                    Tynagh            Galway            1826

 

The Lawrence Treacy reference actually says # 7 Townland Poultalloon Tenants & Occupiers Lawrence Treacy Number of Acres 53

 

The Francis Treacy reference actually says # 11 Townland Lisduffbana Tenants & Occupiers Francis Treacy Number of Acres 49

 

The Edmond Treacy reference actually says # 37 Townland Carrew, Skyarra, Raheen Tenants Occupiers Patt Head, Edmond Treacy Number of Acres 226

 

Since in 1826 Edmond Treacy occupied 226 acres of land at Carrew, which is also a name for Carhoon, in my opinion he might be an older generation relative of our Nicholas & Patrick Treacy.  A Patrick Head was the other occupier with Edmond Treacy. A Patrick Head married a Bridget Treacy in Tynagh on Feb. 14, 1814, no parents recorded. They had at least 6 children. A Patrick Head married a Winifred Treacy in Tynagh on Jan. 30, 1825. They had at least 1 son. They were probably 2 different Patrick Heads who married Treacy girls who might have been sisters, who knows?

 

Clonfert Deeds

Patt Tracy, Carrew, Galway, 1846 (bond– [marriage Established Church])

Index to Clonfert marriage licence bonds, wills, and administration bonds. Irish Ancestor, 1970.

 

1852

4. John Tressy, Carhoon (&Skehanagh), Tynagh, Galway, 5a/1r/39p, £6. 14. 3. 5 joint rent, tenant from year to year

5. Widow Tressy, Carhoon (&Skehanagh), Tynagh, Galway, 10a/1r/14p, £6. 14. 3. 5 joint rent, tenant from year to year

20. Nicholas Tressy, Carhoon (&Skehanagh), Tynagh, Galway, 11a/3r/36p, £6 tenant from year to year [Nicholas Treacy (Tracey) of Carhoon is my Gr. Gr. Grandfather Patrick’s brother]

 

Griffiths Valuation - Galway 1855

Michael TreacyDerrewKilquain Galway

Patrick TreacyDerrewKilquain Galway

Anne Tracy Polltalloon West Tynagh Galway

John TraceyCloonnacushaTynagh Galway

John TraceyReaghanTynagh Galway

Nicholas TraceyCarhoonTynagh Galway

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

James Treacy 26 Dec 1899 Sheeonarush Galway, farmer, to Sarah Treacy widow

Patrick Treacy (Senr) 1 Oct 1918 CarreworseCarhoneTynagh Galway, farmer, to Margt. Treacy (He was the son of Nicholas Treacy from Cahoon, Tynagh)

 

4 May 1864 (NG) Portumna Petty Sessions

Ellen Calihan summoned John Tracy for knocking her down with a blow of a shovel. . . 27th of last month. . . fine of 5s. or 14 days, but for the provocation the punishment would have been £5. [I believe that this is probably Patrick’s son John. Here is the actual article:]

 

04 May1864 Nenagh Guardian Portumna Petty Sessions:

Monday - (from our correspondent)

Ellen Calahan summoned John Tracy for knocking her down with a blow of a shovel, with which he struck her while on the ground, on the 27th of last month. Ellen spun out a long and tangled yarn about some family settlements, particularly about a third party (a man), whose services both she and the defendant appeared to have some claim to, the end of which brought her to the field of the defendant, on the day in question, where a wordy war took place, and the assault complained of was perpetrated.  Witness produced, swore that she was not knocked down with the shovel, but that Tracy gave her a poke of it in the ribs while she was on the ground. The defendant said she came to grief by losing her balance, while on her marrow bones, invoking her “seven curses” on his devoted cranium.

Captain McDonogh, in sentencing Tracy to pay a fine of 5 Shillings or 14 days imprisonment, said that the act was very unmanly, and but for the provocation he had received, the punishment was very likely to be 5 Pounds.

Complainant - I was greatly hurt in the side, your worship.

Captain McDonogh – A blister will cure it; and when you get it, I would advise you to reserve a bit for your tongue, which is with you, I think, a very unruly member.

The other cases for hearing were totally devoid of public interest.

 

6 July 1864 (NG) Killimore Petty Sessions

Tracey v. Broderick - Broderick was charged by compliant with cutting his turf bank by force, at Garranameeta. It appeared in evidence that Tracey lives a considerable distance from the bog. . . adjourned for Agents evidence.

6 July 1864 (NG) Killimore Petty Sessions

Tracey v. Broderick - Broderick was charged by compliant with cutting his turf bank by force, at Garranameeta. It appeared in evidence that Tracey lives a considerable distance from the bog...adjourned for Agents evidence.

10 August and 7 September 1864 (NG) Killimore Petty Sessions

Patrick Tracy summoned Thomas Broderick, of Garrinameta [Garraunnameetagh Galway?], for carrying away bog-stuff, his property, for his own use, and for the purpose of selling it to others. It appear in evidence, that a few years ago Tracy [Broderick?] got possession of a farm of 10 acres, formerly held by Broderick. Broderick stated that he retained three acres and the bog in question. John Brishane, the bailiff, stated that three years ago, by direction of his master, Mr. Smyth, of Masonbrook, he gave possession of Tracy's holding to Broderick, who paid up the arrears of rent then due, amounting to £22, except three acres which were to be reserved by Tracy, and which were to be as near his house as possible; no mention was made of the bog.

[All these names fit for my Gr. Granduncles. Here are these articles:]

 

10 Aug 1864 Nenagh Guardian Killimore Petty Sessions:

Saturday- (from our correspondent)

Before Major Patrick Kelly and James McDermott, Esqrs. and Major Percy R. M.

Patrick Tracy summoned Thomas Broderick for carrying away bog stuff, his (complainant’s) property, for his own use, and for the purpose of selling it to others.

It appeared in evidence for complainant that a few years ago Tracy got possession of a farm of 16 acres, formerly held by Broderick, and this bog in which the trespass complained of as being committed, was the turbary allotted to the farm. For the defendant it was urged, that he still retained three acres of the land, and that he required his fair proportion of the turbary, and likewise that Tracy never got possession of the bog in question.

The Bench from the contradictory character of the statements postponed the future hearing of the case for the evidence of John Brislane, the bailiff on the property.

07 Sep 1864 Nenagh Guardian Killimore Petty Sessions:

Saturday- (from our correspondent)

Before James McDermott, Esq. J. P. and Major Percy R. M.

The adjourned case of Patrick Tracy against Thomas Broderick of Garrinameta (Garraunnameetagh is in Moat, Galway due West of Derrew across the N65), for carrying away bog stuff, the particulars which appeared in the GUARDIAN, was gone into.

John Brislane, the bailiff was examined, and stated that three years ago, by direction of his master, Mr. Smyth, of Masonbrook, he gave possession of Tracy’s holding to Broderick who paid up the arrears of rent then due, amounting to 22 Pounds, except 3 acres which were to be reserved by Tracy, and where to be as near his house as possible; no mention of the bog was made at the time of transfer, but he understood that it was included in the term ‘holding. ’

Mr. Coughlan solicitor for the defendant contended that his client was entitled to his proportion of the bog, and he required no more. He questioned the authority of the Bench to interfere, while Mr. Dolphin for the complainant thought they had a perfect right, and contended that as Mr. Smyth made no provision for Tracy about the bog, he (Tracy) set up no title to it now.

Their worships not feeling satisfied with the evidence before them adjourned the further hearing of the case for Mr. Smyth’s evidence, or written statement, on which they would act.

 

19 September and 3 October 1866 (NG) Portumna Petty Sessions

Nicholas Tracy, of Shehanarush [Sheeaunrush], summoned Michael, Patt and Catherine Kelly of Cooldurraghs, for assaulting him with a hurley and other weapons on the 10 inst at Cooldurraght, cutting his head and inflicting other injuries. Cross case of killing [trespassing] geese...Patrick Tracy, father of complainant...one of Tracy's sons had been fractured in another melee a few years ago...Kellys fines and both parties to keep the peace...

14 November 1866 (NG) Portumna Petty Sessions

Edward Burke, an old man, prosecuted John Tracy, of Shehanarush, for assaulting him, by hitting him with a stone which knocked him off a cart, on the evening of the 29th ult, on his way home for Portumna...Witness war carried by a man named Kelly who shouted "blood money" at Tracy (This had reference to a portion of a fine awarded to Tracy, for an assault committed on him by the owner of the cart)...discrepancy in evidence and provocation..case dismissed.

A charge of aiding and abetting against Patt, Nicholas and James Tracy, of Shesbanarush, Michael and Thomas Ridge of Cahir, and Michael Tracy, of Ballymartin [Galway], was likewise dismissed.

[All these names fit for my Gr. Granduncles. Here are these articles:]

 

19 Sep1866 NenaghGuardian, Portumna Petty Sessions:

Petty Sessions, Monday- on the bench- Capt. McDonagh (in the chair); and Major Percy, R. M.

Nicholas Tracy, of Shehanarush [Sheeaunrush], summoned Michael, Patt and Catherine Kelly of Cooldurraghs, for assaulting him with a hurley and other weapons on the 10 inst. at Cooldurraght, cutting his head and inflicting other injuries. The Kellys’ solicitor (Mr. Coughlan) applied for a postponement to bring up a witness who was evading the survace of the summons.

Application granted

. Mr. Percy Dolphin, solicitor for compalainant.

A charge of aiding and abetting against John Egan and his wife was likewise postponed on the same ground, as was also a case of the Kellys against Tracy for maliciously killing geese.

03 Oct 1866 Nenagh Guardian, Portumna Petty Sessions:

Petty Sessions, Monday- on the bench- Capt. McDonagh, J. P. , (chairman) Major Percy, R. M. , and Ambrose O’Kelly, Esq. , J. P.

Assault

Nicholas Tracy of Shenahrush charged Michael and Patrick Kelly, of Cooldaruhs, and Catherine Kelly of committing an assault on him, at the last mentioned place on the 10th ult. , inflicting a severe cut on his head and causing him other injuries.

He was examined by Mr. Percy Dolphin, Solicitor, and stated that on the day in question he went to turn Kelly’s geese out of his land where they were trespassing, when Catherine Kelly, wife of the defendant, came in on his field and began to scold; she was shortly joined by her husband and son, when the former without provaction struck him with a hurl or wattle upon the head inflicting a severe cut and knocking him down.

He was cross-examined by Mr. Coughlan, but there was nothing elicited to shake his direct testimony.

Patrick Tracy, father of complainant, was examined, and stated that on a former occasion Michael Kelly threatened and swore he would crack the skull of one of his sons as he had done before (one of Tracy’s sons had been fractured in another melee a few years ago. )

Several other witnesses were examined on both sides, but there was nothing material solicited.

Kelly senior, after being severely admonished by the Chairman was fined 1 Pound and costs 1 Pound, and to find bail to keep the peace for two years, or in default to be imprisoned for two months in Galway Gaol.

Cross Case

The Tracy’s were put on a similar rule of bail, on a case brought by Kelly.

Aiding and Abetting

A charge of aiding and abetting against Patrick Egan and Sabind Egan in the assault on Nicholas Tracy was dismissed.

14 Nov 1866Nenagh Guardian, Portumna Petty Sessions:

Assault

Edward Burke, an old man, prosecuted John Tracy, of Shehanarush, for assaulting him, by hitting him with a stone which knocked him off a cart, on the evening of the 29th ult, on his way home for Portumna.

Witness said he was being carried by a man named Kelly. The Tracy’s were shouting on the road; John Tracy had a stone in his hand, and when the cart had passed about nine yards, witness got a blow of a stone on the side which knocked him dead; recollected nothing after that.

On cross-examination by Mr. Shepard, he admitted that when the cart came up someone on it shouted “blood money.” (This had reference to a portion of a fine, awarded to Tracy, for an assault committed on him by the owner of the cart).

Mr. Shepherd asked a dismiss(al), on the ground of discrepancy between Burke’s information and his evidence today; and likewise, the provocation given by the Kelly party, to which he (Burke) had attached himself on the evening of the alleged assault.

Case dismissed.

A charge of aiding and abetting against Patt, Nicholas and James Tracy, of Sheshanarush, Michael and Thomas Ridge of Cahir, and Michael Tracy, of Ballymartin, was likewise dismissed,”

 

1881 Slaters Directory

William Tracy, Old St., Portumna, Blacksmith

 

1882 Return of judicial rents

Nicholas Treacy of Cappisle Galway, landlord Marquis of Clanricarde, 30a/1r/20p, poor valuation £17/0/0, old rent £17/10/0, new rent £16/0/0, valuation £50/0/0

1883 Return of judicial rents

Edward Tracey of Derrew Galway, landlord Burton R. B. Persse, 29a/3r/32p, poor valuation £15/15/0, old rent £22/5/6, new rent £21/0/0, 1860 rent £18/4/2, value of tenanct £70/0/0

Edward Tressy of Killedelish [Killadullisk?] Galway, landlord W. C. B. Ruthven, 37a/3r/24p, poor valuation £16/15/0, old rent £20/0/0, new rent £16/0/0, Tenancy £50 [Edward Treacy (born c. 1841- unk. ) of Killadullisk is the son of Nicholas Treacy (c. 1797-1886) & Winifred Egan from Carhoon.

 

1882-1922 Land Records 

Nicholas Treacy, Cappisle Galway, 1882

Edward Tracey, Derrew Galway, 1883

Edward Tressy, Killedelish Galway, 1883

Patrick Tracey, Carhoon or Skehanna Galway, 1888

Nicholas Tracy, [CappasallaghPortumna Galway?] 1893-4

John Treacy, Graignakilleen, Galway, 1886

Nicholas Treacy, CappasallaghPortumna Galway, 1900

John Treacy, Derrew (Parish of Kilquain) Galway, 1901

Edward Treacy, Derrew (Parish of Kilquain) Galway, 1901

Sarah Treacy, Derrew Galway, 1902

 

1886 [C. 4851] Irish Land Commission - Galway

John Treacy, tenant, Marquis of Clanricard, landlord, Graignakilleen, 26a0r31p, £13. 5. 0 valuation, £12. 10. 0 rent, £9. 10. 0 judicial rent, 1876 £10. 5. 0 rent

 

1888 Return of judicial rents

Patrick Tracey of Carhoon or Skehanna Galway, landlord George A. Evans, 17a/1r/24p, poor valuation £9/0/0, old rent £14/10/4, new rent £8/0/0

 

Poor Clares in Galway

Dominic Tracey, laysister, vested 24 May 1888.

Calendar of Hibernia, no. 25, 1983

Poor Clares, Nuns Island, Galway

162-3: A report from David Fleming, O.F.M., commissary visitor, Dublin, 20 Aug. 1895; Latin; a report on his visit to the Poor Clare convent, Nuns Island, Galway; signed by all the members of the community: three lay-sisters, M. Dominic Treacy, M. Paschal Martin and M. Didacus Feely, and thirteen sisters, M. Angela Conry,M . Rose Brislane,M . Bonaventure Donnellan, M . Benedict Shanley, M. Josephine Brennan, M. Catherine MacMahon, M. Raphael O'Donnell, M. Francis Kenny, M. Agnes Kenny, M. Teresa Tierney, M. Joseph Hyland, M. Anthony Clare Kennedy, M. Colette Flinn.

Patrick Conlan. A Short-Title Calendar of "Hibernia," Vol. 5 (1894-9), and of Irish Material in "Saxonia S. Crucis," Vol. 3 (1890-1900), in the General Archives of the Friars Minor, Rome.Collectanea Hibernica, No. 27/28 (1986), pp. 196-231

 

August 15, 1889 (BL) A County Galway man shot dead

Woodford Wednesday - Last night at Killimore, near Woodford, a man named Trassy was shot dead. Details are not yet to hand.

August 1889 Another attempted murder in Galway

. . . A man named Edward Tracey was on his way home to Swingrove, within three miles of Killimore, when shots were fired behind him, and he was severely wounded in the back and side. . . Tracey is son-in-law to a man named Keating and lives with him. He is only a short time in the neighbourhood.

16 Aug 1889 (BL) The Outrage near Woodford

TRACEY is not dead, but he lies in a critical condition. He is a farmer living near Kilmadoolisk [Killadullisk?] between Killimore and Kiltonner. and was fired at by some persons on Tuesday night dangeronsly wounded. . . A telegram from Ballinasloe says. . . A name named Edward Tracey was on his way home to Swingrove, within three mileds of Killimore. . . Tracey is son-in-law to a man named Keating and lives with him. He is only a short time in the neighbourhood. [Swingrove is Killadullisk, I believe this is Edward Treacy mentioned above whose father came from Carhoon.]

 

1892-1924 Ellis Island Arrivals

Agnes Treacy, Killimore (Killimor Galway?)Ireland, 1907, 14 [17] years, Brother John Treacy, 425 South Prangs Pas? Newark NJ. 5’1”, fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, b. Killimore. [Bridget Treacy 19, Agnes Treacy 14] [1901 Census Derrew Galway]

Annie Treacy, Killimore (Killimor Galway), Ireland, 1912, 26 years, single, Father Patk Treacy, Cannow? Tynagh, Loughrea. to cousin John Treacy, 77 Orleans St, Newark NJ, 5’3”, fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes, b. Loughrea Ireland.

Bridget Treacy, Killimore (Killimor Galway?) Ireland, 1907, 19 years, Brother John Treacy, 425 South Prangs Pas?, Newark NJ. 5’-”, fair complexion, B hair, blue eyes, b. Killimore. [Bridget Treacy 19, Agnes Treacy 14] [not listed] [1901 Census Derrew Galway]

Cath Treacy, Portumna (Galway) Ireland, 1902, 18 [28?] years, to sister Delia Treacy, 138 West 82nd St, New York.

Edward Treacy, Portumna (Galway) Ireland, 1911, 24 years, single, Mother Sarah Treacy, Portumna, Co. Galway. brother Joseph, 457 East 186th Sy New York. 5’8”, dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. b. Portumna Ireland.

James Tracy, Portumna Galway Ireland, 1920, 40 years, single, farmer. Mother Catherine Tracy, Portumna, Co. Galway. To sister Bridget Tracy, 244 East 28 Street New York NY. 5’6”, dark complexion, grey hair, grey eyes. b. Portumna Co. Galway Ireland.

Kathleen Treacy, Portumna (Galway? Ireland), 1908, 23 years, single, Catherine Treacy, Portumna. 5 years/1908 New York, Sister Mrs Moran, 304 East 28st New York.5’-“, fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes.b.Portumna Ireland.

Mary Tracy, Portumna (Galway Ireland?), 1904, 22 years, single, to bro Patk, 5255 South Halsted St Chicago Ill

Mary Treacy, Portumna (Galway? Ireland), 1904, 22 years, single, America Ireland, Irish, last residence Portumna, lived New York 1898-1903, Sister Agnes Treacy, 142 West 65 Street New York.

Michael Treacey, Portumna (Galway? Ireland), 1894, 26 years, granite cutter, to Boston?

Michael Treacy, Portumna (Galway Ireland?), 1904, 19 years, single, blacksmith, sister Kathleen Treacy 107 West 74th St New York,

Michael Treacy [overwritten in block letters TRACY], NY USA, 1913, 28 years, single, stock dealer, [following crossed out and overwritten with 1* 222473 NY Sup Ct Septt 21 1911], Mother Mrs Cath Treacy, Old St, Portumna, Co. Galway. Lived 8 years New York. Sister Mrs? Delia Morow? 244 East28 St, New York.  5’8”, dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. b. Portumna Ireland

Patrick Tracy, Portamora (Portumna Galway Ireland?), 1903, 19 years, to friend John Sullivan, 5225 South Halsad St Chicago Ils

Sarah Tracey, Galway Ireland, 1900, 21 years, to sister 146 Bracou, Boston Mass [travelled with Eduard & Norah Tracey of Ballyhaunis]

Sarah Treacy, Portumna (Galway) Ireland, 1904, 17 years, single, sister paid passage, to sister Agnes Treacy 142 West 65th  street New York

Thomas Treacy, Portumna Galway? Ireland, 1911, 20 years, single, blacksmith, mother Kath Tracey Cahe Portumna Co. Galway. sister paid passage. To sister Bgt Tracey 224 East 28th St New York. 5'8", dark complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. b. Portumna Ireland.

Thomas Treacy, Portumna (Galway) Ireland, 1914, 21 years single, mother Mrs Treacy Portumna, to sister Brgt Moran 244 28th St New York. 5'8", dark complexion, black hair, grey eyes. b. Portumna Ireland [traveling with Moran relations from Portumna]

 

1893-94 [C. 6935] [C. 6935-I] Report of the Evicted Tenants Commission.

Estate of the Marquess of Clanricarde, Co. Galway

Nicholas Tracy, 28a3r2p, rent before eviction £16. 10. 0, amount for ejectment was sought £32. 0. 0, costs £2. 19. 7, 16 August 1889, Old tenant re-instated, re-admitted at old rent and had to pay two years rent and costs. [CappasallaghPortumna Galway?]

 

1896 New England Naturalization Petitions

Michael C Treacy, b. 15 October 1867 Galway Ireland, 6 Grove St. Quincy, Court: Boston Massachusetts.

 

1900 Return of judicial rents

Nicholas Treacy of CappasallaghPortumna Galway, landlord Marquis of Clanricarde, 29a/2r/0p, poor valuation £17/0/0, old rent £17/10/0, new rent 1 £16/0/0, new rent 2 £12/19/0

 

1901 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act

23/7/1901 John Treacy of Derrew (Parish of Kilquain) Galway, landlord Baron Ardilann, 29a/1r/9p, poor valuation £17/10/0, rent £12/7/6, Judical, purchase £223, advance £223, cash £45

23/7/1901 Edward Treacy of Derrew (Parish of Kilquain) Galway, landlord Baron Ardilann, 32a/0r/9p, poor valuation £15/15/0, rent £15/15/0, Judical, purchase £283, advance £283, cash £-

 

1901 Census of Ireland – Galway

 

DERREW

 

Edward Treacy, 50, M, 4 Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway, Farmer, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Co Galway

Mary Treacy, 45, F, Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway, Roman Catholic, Wife, Married, Co Galway

John Treacy, 23, M, Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway, Farmes Son, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

Mary Anne Treacy, 21, F, Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway, Farmers Daughter, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Winifred Treacy, 19, F, Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway, Farmer Daughter, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

James Treacy, 17, M, Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway, Farmers Son, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

Bridget Treacy, 15, F, Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Agnes Treacy, 13, F, Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Kate Treacy, 11, F, Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Sarah Treacy, 8, F, Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Elizbeth Treacy, 6, F, Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Margaret Treacy, 3, F, Kiladullisk, Derrew, Galway, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

 

KILMALINOGE

 

Nicholas Treacy, 58, M, 9 Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway, Farmer, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, County Galway

Mary Treacy, 44, F, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway, Roman Catholic, Wife, Married, County Galway

John Treacy, 18, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway, Farmers Son, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, County Galway

Patk Treacy, 17, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway, Farmers Son, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, County Galway

Michael Treacy, 16, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, County Galway

Francis Treacy, 14, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, County Galway

Bridget Treacy, 13, F, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, County Galway

Nicholas Treacy, 9, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, County Galway

James Treacy, 6, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, County Galway

Edward Treacy, 5, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, County Galway

Vincent Treacy, 4, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway, Roman Catholic, Son, County Galway

Joseph Treacy, 2, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway, Roman Catholic, Son, County Galway

Margaret Treacy, 0, F, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway, Roman Catholic, Daughter, County Galway

 

KILQUAIN

 

Edward Treacy, 67, M, 1 Derrew, Kilquain, Galway, Farmer, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Co Galway

Bridget Treacy, 60, F, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway, Roman Catholic, Wife, Married, Co Galway

Edward Treacy, 30, M, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway, Farmer's Son, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

James Treacy, 24, M, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway, Farmer's Son, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

Elizabeth Treacy, 22, F, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway, Farmer's Daughter, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

 

John Treacey, 38, M, 2 Derrew, Kilquain, Galway, Farmer, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Co Galway

Catherine Treacey, 38, F, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway, Roman Catholic, Wife, Married, Co Galway

Mary Agnes Treacey, 2, F, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Catherine Treacey, 1, F, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Mary Treacey, 60, F, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway, Roman Catholic, Mother, Not Married, Co Galway

Margaret Hogan, 28, Female, Step Sister, Roman Catholic, Farmer Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Michael Hogan, 14, Male, Servant, Roman Catholic, Agricultural Labourer, Not Married, Co Galway

 

MOAT

 

Patrick Treacy, 42, M, 1 Carhoon, Moat, Galway, Farmer, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Co Galway

Bridget Treacy, 36, F, Carhoon, Moat, Galway, Farmers Wife, Roman Catholic, Wife, Married, Co Galway

Mary Treacy, 17, F, Carhoon, Moat, Galway, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Anne Treacy, 15, F, Carhoon, Moat, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Maggie Treacy, 13, F, Carhoon, Moat, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Patrick Treacy, 10, M, Carhoon, Moat, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

Bridget Treacy, 5, F, Carhoon, Moat, Galway, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Thomas Burke, 15, Male, Nephew, Roman Catholic, Scholar, Not Married, Co Galway

 

Laurence  Whelan, 61, M, Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway (head, farmer)

Bridget Whelan, 51, F, Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway (farmer’s wife)   

Bridget Whelan, 20, F, Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway (farmer’s daughter)

Sarah Whelan, 18, F,Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway (farmer’s daughter)

Martin Whelan, 17, M, Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway (farmer’s son)

Mary Whelan, 11, F, Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway (scholar)

Teresa Whelan, 9, F, Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway (scholar)

Patrick Whelan,7, M, Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway (scholar)

 

PALLAS

 

John Keon, 59, M, Garraun, Pallas, Galway, Farmer, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Co Galway     

Mary Keon, 54, F, Garraun, Pallas, Galway, Farmers Wife, Roman Catholic, Married, Co Galway

John Keon, 25, M, Garraun, Pallas, Galway, Farmer's Son, Roman Catholic,         Not Married, Co Galway

MaryKeon, 18, F, Garraun, Pallas, Galway, Farmer'sDaughter, Roman Catholic, Not Married, Co Galway

Edward Keon, 15, M, Garraun, Pallas, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Not Married, Co Galway

Anne Keon, 12, F,Garraun, Pallas, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Not Married, Co Galway

Patrick Keon, 10, M,Garraun, Pallas, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Not Married, Co Galway

 

PORTUMNA

 

James Treacy, 28, M, 5 Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway, Farmer, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Galway

Catherine Treacy, 23, F, Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway, Farmer's Wife, Roman Catholic, Wife, Married, Galway

John Dominick Treacy, 0, M, Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Galway

John Treacy, 65, M, Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway, Retired Farmer, Roman Catholic, Father, Widower, Galway

Mary Anne Treacy, 34, F, Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway, Retired Farmers Daughter, Roman Catholic, Sister, Not Married, Galway

 

Sarah Treacy, 44, F, 1 Sheenaunrush, Portumna, Galway, Farmer, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Widow, Co Galway

Patrick Treacy, 19, M, Sheenaunrush, Portumna, Galway, Farmers Son, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

James Treacy, 18, M, Sheenaunrush, Portumna, Galway, Farmers Son, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

Bridget Treacy, 16, F, Sheenaunrush, Portumna, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Edward Treacy, 14, M, Sheenaunrush, Portumna, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

Sarah Treacy, 12, F, Sheenaunrush, Portumna, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Joseph Treacy, 10, M, Sheenaunrush, Portumna, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

Christina Treacy, 9, F, Sheenaunrush, Portumna, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Margaret Treacy, 7, F, Sheenaunrush, Portumna, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Michael Treacy, 6, M, Sheenaunrush, Portumna, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

John Treacy, 3, M, Sheenaunrush, Portumna, Galway, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

Lawerence Treacy, 4, M, Sheenaunrush, Portumna, Galway, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

Agnes Treacy, 1, F, Sheenaunrush, Portumna, Galway, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

 

1902 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act

1/7/1902 Sarah Treacy of Derrew Galway, landlord Baron Ardilaun, 15a/2r/7p, poor valuation £5/0/0, rent £6/0/0, partly Judical, purchase £108, advance £108, cash £22

 

1911 Census of Ireland – Galway

 

DERREW

 

Edward Tracy, 68, M, 6 Killadullisk, Derrew, Galway (head, farmer)

Mary Tracy, 58, F, Killadullisk, Derrew, Galway (married 36 years, 11 children/10 alive)

James Tracy, 27, M, Killadullisk, Derrew, Galway (son, single)

Winifred Tracy, 25, F, Killadullisk, Derrew, Galway (daughter, single)

Agnes Tracy, 19, F, Killadullisk, Derrew, Galway (daughter, single)

Sara Tracy, 15, F, Killadullisk, Derrew, Galway

Elizabeth Tracy, 13, F, Killadullisk, Derrew, Galway

Margaret Tracy, 11, F, Killadullisk, Derrew, Galway

 

KILMALINOGE

 

Nicholas Treacy, 68, M, 4 Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway (head, farmer)

Mary Treacy, 54, F, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway (married 30 years, 14 children/13children/13 alive)

John Treacy, 28, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway (son, farmer’s son, single)

Michael Treacy, 25, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway (son, farmer’s son, single)

Francis Treacy, 24, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway (son, farmer’s son, single)

James Treacy, 17, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway (son, farmer’s son, single)

Edward Treacy, 15, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway (son, farmer’s son, single)

Vincent Treacy, 14, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway

Joseph Treacy, 12, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway

Margaret Treacy, 18, F, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway

Bernard Treacy, 8, M, Cappasallagh, Kilmalinoge, Galway

 

KILQUAIN

 

John Treacy, 49, M, 1 Derrew, Kilquain, Galway (head, farmer)

Kate Treacy, 44, F, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway (married 14 years, 8 children/6 alive)

Mary Agnes Treacy, 12, F, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway

Katie Treacy, 11, F, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway

Annie Treacy, 9, F, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway

Ambrose Treacy, 8, M, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway

Margaret Treacy, 6, F, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway

Patrick Treacy, 4, M, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway

 

Edward Treacy, 79, M, 2 Derrew, Kilquain, Galway (head, farmer, widower)

Edward Treacy, 48, M, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway (son, married)

Mary Treacy, 27, F, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway (daughter-in-law, married 2 years, 2 children)

James Treacy, 36, M, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway (son, single)

Patrick Treacy, 1, M, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway (grandson)

Mary Treacy, 0-1 month, F, Derrew, Kilquain, Galway (granddaughter)

 

MOAT

 

Patrick Treacey, 71, M, 17 Carhoon, Moat, Galway (head, farmer, widower)

Anne Treacey, 24, F, Carhoon, Moat, Galway (daughter, single)

Margaret Treacey, 22, F, Carhoon, Moat, Galway (daughter, single)

Patrick Treacey, 20, M, Carhoon, Moat, Galway (son, single)

 

Laurence Whelan, 72, M, Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway, (head, farmer, married)

Bridget Whelan, 58, F, Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway, (farmer’s wife, married)

Delia Whelan, 28, F, Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway, (farmer’s daughter, single)

Sarah Whelan, 26,Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway, (farmer’s daughter, single)

Martin Whelan, 25, M, Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway, (farmer’s son, single)

Anna Maria Whelan, 21, Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway, (farmer’s daughter, single)

Patrick J Whelan, 17, M, Garraunnameetagh, Moat, Galway, (farmer’s son, single)

 

PALLAS

 

John Keon, 69, M, Garraun, Pallas, Galway, (head, farmer, married)

Mary Keon, 67,         F, Garraun, Pallas, Galway,(farmer’s wife, married)

Edward Keon, 24, M, Garraun, Pallas, Galway,(farmer’s son, single)

Patrick Keon, 20, M, Garraun, Pallas, Galway, (farmer’s son, single)

Annie Keon, 21          F, M, Garraun, Pallas, Galway, (farmer’s daughter, single)

 

PORTUMNA

 

James Treacy, 43, M, 3 Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway (head, farmer)

Catherine Treacy, 33, F, Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway (married 13 years, 7 children/6 alive)

John D Treacy, 11, M, Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway

Christopher Treacy, 9, M, Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway

Ignatious Treacy, 7, M, Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway

Mary Kate Treacy, 4, F, Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway

Patrick Treacy, 2, M, Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway

Bridget Treacy, 0, F, Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway

John Treacy, 74, M, Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway (father, widower)

Maryanne Treacy, 48, F, Graigueakilleen, Portumna, Galway (sister, single)

 

Sarah Treacy, 55, F, 2 Sheeaunrush, Portumna, Galway (head, widow)

Patrick Treacy, 29, M, Sheeaunrush, Portumna, Galway (son, farmer, single)

James Treacy, 27, M, Sheeaunrush, Portumna, Galway (son, labourer, single)

Edward Treacy, 25, M, Sheeaunrush, Portumna, Galway (son, mason?, single)

Cristina Treacy, 18, F, Sheeaunrush, Portumna, Galway (daughter, single)

Michael Treacy, 16, M, Sheeaunrush, Portumna, Galway (son, farmer’s son, single)

Laurence Treacy, 15, M, Sheeaunrush, Portumna, Galway (son, farmer’s son, single)

John Treacy, 13, M, Sheeaunrush, Portumna, Galway

Agness Treacy, 11, F, Sheeaunrush, Portumna, Galway

 

1914-1920 British Army WWI Service & Pension Records

Patrick Treacy, b. abt 1893, Tynagh, Galway

 

1917 USA Draft Registration 

Edward Martin Treacy b. 15 Nov 1895 Portumna Galway Ireland, declarant naturalisation, trucker Western Electric Co, single, no dependants, was private coast artillery USA 6 months, lives 3805 Indianalla Chicargo Ill

James Joseph Tracey b. 14 Apr 1894 Galway Ireland, grocery clerk Atlantic & Pacific, single, no dependants, flat feet, lives 3805 Ind Ave Chicago Ill

Michael Francis Tracy b. 26 Oct 1893 Portumaria [Portumna Galway] Ireland England, single, no dependants, naturalised, US citizen, lives 4535 Park Ave? NY, Platform man at Aine? Express Co

 

1922 Army Census

John Tracy; 22; Sergt, Infantry, home address: Drumrcay (Drumscar?), Portumna, 9114 pay no: 14490, Joined: 15/3/22 Renmore, single, RC, Next of kin: moth, Next of kin: Ketie Tracy, Drumscay? Portumna; -; download file

30 January 1923 Cork Examiner

Kerry Farmer's Fate... John Tracey, Western Division, deposed to seeing deceased brought to the guardroom and heard him being questioned Lieut. Larkin. He saw him threaten Prendeville ...

Nov 8, 1924 (FJ) ...Murder of Thomas Prenderville at Tralee...

...Sergeant John Treacy...said he had been sergeant of a military guard on 1st January 1923 at Hartnetts Post, Castleisland...[of Galway?]

 

25 jun 1932 (CTr)

...for using an unlighted vehicle. P. Treacy, Derrew...1s...Ambrose Treacy, Derrew...2s...

 

15 oct 1932 (CTr) Threats to Shoot

...Ml Treacy, Cappasallagh...the lands of Corr were recently divided and as in some instances the way it was divided did not satisfy certain people....Treacy's brothers...

 

26 aug 1933 (CTr)

...Three year old filly...2. Bernard Treacy, Earlston..

 

6 Sep 1933 (CTr) Death of Mrs YTreacy, Shaenrush Portumna

...after a long illness at the age of 72 years...her people (Howards)...The burial took place at Tynagh.. This is Sarah Howard Treacy the widow of James.

 

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

Edward Martin Treacy b. 11 Nov 1895 Galway, Ireland Residence: Chicago, Illinois

James Joseph Tracey b. 20 May 1894 Portumna, Ireland Residence: Chicago, Illinois

Michael Francis Treacy b. 26 Oct 1893 County Galway, Ireland Residence: Queens, New York

 

Clonfert (& Eyrecourt, Meelick)

Patrick Treacy born around 1790 - 1794 in Tynagh and Mary Egan, born in 1811 in Loughrea. [see Tynagh]

Edward Treacy, born about 1830 probably in Tynagh or Killimor Galway

Michael Treacy/Trasy born in Killimor, Galway on 25 Mar 1852.

Edward Treacy & Bridget Boland 20 Jan 1857 Killimor John Boland & Michael Burke [see Killimorbologue]

Edward Treac(e)y & Bridget Bolan/Boland

Catherine b. 15 December 1864 Eyrecourt (LDS)

Michael b. 8 November 1866 Eyrecourt (LDS)

Honoria b. 2 July 1871 (LDS)

James b. 12 July 1873 (LDS)

Elizabeth Treacey b. 24 Aug 1875 Galway, Ireland (LDS SR) [Boland]

Patt Tracy & Mary Stankard [see Tynagh]

Anne b. 10 December 1864 Eyrecourt (LDS)

Winifred b. 26 June 1867 (LDS)

 

Fahy

Treacy Question, East Galway 24 May 2013 [see Tynagh]

I am looking for information on my Great-Grandfather Edward Treacy, born about 1830 probably in Tynagh or Killimor Galway, near Portumna. His parents were Patrick Treacy born around 1790 - 1794 in Tynagh and Mary Egan, born in 1811 in Loughrea.

He married Bridget Boland in Killimor Galway on Jan. 20, 1857. There were no parents named for either spouse, but the witnesses were John Boland and Michael Burke. I know that she died at age 67 in Derrew, Eyrecourt, Galway on 20 Jan 1907. Edward Teacy was the Informant. He died in Derrew, near Killimor in 1916.

 

Edward Tracey (b. Kiladilisk) [Killadullisk Kilquain] & Mary Kealing/Keating

Peter Treacey b. 25 Jan 1876 Galway, Ireland (LDS SR)

John b. 13 March 1877 (LDS) Keating

Mary Anne b. 6 December 1878 Kiladelisk (LDS) Kealing

Winifred b. 26 November 1880 Kiladelisk, Kiltrisk, Wexford. (LDS) Keating [Error: should read Galway]

 

 

Killimorbologue (&Killimore, Tiranascragh)

Patrick Treacy born around 1790 - 1794 in Tynagh and Mary Egan, born in 1811 in Loughrea. [see Tynagh]

Edward Treacy, born about 1830 probably in Tynagh or Killimor Galway

Edward Treacy & Bridget Boland 20 Jan 1857 Killimor John Boland & Michael Burke

Edward Treacy & Bridget Boland

Bridget Tressy     26 Feb 1860    Killimor     Martin   & Mrs. J Boland

Catherine Trassy 14 Aug 1864    Killimor     Thomas Bolan & Callagy

Michael Treacy     07 Nov 1866    Killimor     Laurence Bolan & Anne Bolan

Sarah Treacy       22 Mar 1869    Killimor     Bernard Boland & M A Treacy

Michael Treacy/Trasy born in Killimor, Galway on 25 Mar 1852.

 

Tirnascragh [Many of these Treacy’s are my Relatives, I have the book & photos]

p. 8 Other residual elements of the Ice Age are those conspicuous rocks, known as Erratics which lie east of Reddy’s Bridge in Pat Joe Treacy’s land.

p. 31 Photo: School Group 1925 Junior Room – Treacys. Photo: School Group 1925 Senior Room – Janie Treacy, Molly Treacy, Beasie Treacy, Kathleen Treacy, Joe Treacy, Ebbie Treacy, Jack Treacy.

p. 35 Photo: Confirmation Group 1964 – Gerard Treacy, Margaret Treacy

p. 37 Photo: Tirnascragh 1949 (Hurling Team) – Thomas Treacy

p. 39 Photo: Tirnascragh School Cup Winners 1988 (Hurling Team) – Philip Treacy, David Treacy. In 1885 a football club was formed in Tirnascragh. The members comprised…Fergus Treacy…

p. 57 Bridget (Beasie) Treacy, Born 1914 Allington, became Sister Bernadette in 1930 in the Order of Jesus and Mary, in Crossmolina, Co. Mayo.

p. 58 1647 Donatus O Trussi (Treacy) Papal provision (Collect. Hibernica, No. 2 44)

p. 75 1991 The seven-a-side Hurling winning team:…David Treacy, Joseph Treacy…The Camogie winning team were:…Marie Treacy…The Football winning team were:… David Treacy, Joseph Treacy…

p. 82 Confirmations: 06-05-1925 Michael Joseph Tracey (b. 1913)

p. 83 July 23, 1901 National School Second Class…Fergus Treacy…

p. 85 1903 School Register…Joseph Treacy b. 2/11/1898 of Earlstown farmer’s son, Ambrose Treacy b. 12/12/1902 of Derrew farmer’s son, Bernard Treacy b. 6/12/1892 of Earlstown farmer’s son…

Hogan, Fr. Ray mhm (2004) TírChínnEascragh.The Land at the Head of the Sand Hills.Tirnascragh.Private Publication.

 

Portumna

Mary Treacy & John Keon

Bridget Keon b. 08 Dec 1871 Portumna No 1, Gal, Ire (LDS)

Celia Keon b. 10 Oct 1873 Portumna No. 1, Gal, Ire (LDS)

William Treacy & Sarah/Serah Cleary

Mary b. 14 July 1874 Portumna No.1 (LDS)

John b. 20 October 1875 (LDS)

William Treacy & Catherine Ridge [State Reg: William Tressy married Catherine Ridge, Portumna 1876 vol 19 page 205]

Bridget b. 2 March 1878 Partumna (LDS)

               Bridget Treacy (d. of William Treacy & Catherene Ridge) m. Patrick Moran (s. of James Moran & Mary Daly) 04 Oct 1908 Manhattan, New York, New York

Mary Treacy b. 21 April 1879 Portumna Galway (LDS)

Treacy / Tracy of Portumna Old Street

I am trying to find out information about my grandfather's family. They lived at 83 Old Street in Portumna according to the 1901 census and in the 1911 census they were listed as living at 52 Old Street in Portumna. My grandfather's name is Michael Treacy. He moved to New York and was a policeman. Micheal was married to Maggie White, from Inistoige and had one son, Edward.

His father was William Treacy, a blacksmith, and was from Tipperary. He married Catherine Ridge in 1873. I think she was a Portumna native. They had the following children: James, Daniel, William, Kate, Sarah, Michael and Thomas. There may have been other children but these are the only ones listed on the 1901 census.

Kate (Kathleen) immigrated to New York and Michael, James, and Sarah followed. She might have been married to a Moran. Michael, James and Sarah are buried together in Calvary Cemetary in Woodside, New York. The name on the headstone is spelled as Tracey.

I am looking for any information available about the family and would like to know if there are any remaining Treacy's from this family left in Portumna.

Thanks,

Mary Anne Tracy 3 April 2012

Hi Mary Anne. Here is some information that may be of help to you. Your grandfather's brother Dan was also a blacksmith in Portumna and one of his sons was married in Ahascragh, Co. Galway, and his son is Philip Treacy the famous hat designer in England. He makes hats for Royalty and anyone who can afford them. Another son of Dan's, called William was married in England and he now lives in Portland, Co. Tipperary, with his two sons, William and Michael. Portland is just 2 miles from Portumna over the river Shannon. My husband Gerard Treacy is a distant cousin of the Treacys.

The Ridges came from outside Portumna if you want to find out more information about them contact Mrs Power, of Powers Post Office, Powers Cross, Portumna as Mrs Power was Ridge.

Hope this information will help.

Mrs. Ann Treacy 1 May 2012

http://www.irelandxo.com/group/portumna-galway/messages/treacy-tracy-portumna-old-street

 

 

 

Last update: 25 March 2017