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 It may be presumed that the Traceys of Offaly are descended from the Uí Bairrche.

 

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The Traceys of Offaly can trace their history back to the beginning of historical records, as they are of the Uí Bairrche.

 

Liber Regalis Visitationis of 1615 - Kilclonfert

Vicarius Edwardus Tracy Minister legens valor 10 le. Ecclia et Cancella bene repantur cum communionis Hibernice.

 

Lists of Irish Clergy in 1646-7

Mr. Edward Tracey, V. of Ballynakill, lives Edenderry, Diocese of Kildare

The Church of Ireland Gazette 9 May 1913

 

Census 1659

Barony Ballcowen, Kings (Offaly) (pp.439)

Trassey (7)

 

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

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

 

1727 George Treacy, Tullamore, King’s county, merchant (Perogative Will) Prerogative will book/F/257a.

 

1730

Lot 1. Great House &c. - Is held under a lease renewable for ever, bearing the date the 19th day of October 1730, from Sir William Parsons and Laurence Parsons, his eldest son, to Edward Tracey, of All That and Those "The great House and gardens near the bridge with the two parks adjoining the Green of Parsonstown [Birr], as formerly held by Laurence Bettridge and Doctor Peter Ganserane, mearing on the South with a street that leads from one end towards Siffin, frontward with a street that led from the Correction house over the Bridge, and as far on the said bridge as the Dial was formerly erected on; on the North surrounded by the river and the said Parks, bounded on the South with part of the Green aforsaid; On the North with part of the lane leading towards the Parks, then held by Mr. Edmond Burke, merchant; on the east with the Parks then held by Edward Tracey and Michael Malone; and on the West with the Park and gardens then held by Thomas Jessop...The last renewal of said Lease bears date the 21st day of August 1838...to George Hanks and Samuel Hanks...  

 

Tracy Peerage Case

CL & 7 Vol 10

1. William Tracy of Canelly (Ross), Kings Co. d. 1734 married Mary O’Brien

1.1 James of Gurteen, Kings Co. b. 1729 d. 1794

1.1.1 Joseph

1.1.1.1 James

1.1.2 BLANK

1.1.3 BLANK

1.2 Timothy of Coole, Co. Westmeath. b. 1730 d. 1799 (~~ unreadable)

1.3 Anne m. Casrole of Killoughy, Kings Co.

(The following was included on the same page but may not be connected to the above)

1. July 1724 Wm Tipper of Tipperstown, Co. Kildare and Edward T. Now of Dublin set to Benj.Gale of Dublin lands of Tippertown for 3 lives (?).

GO Ms 576 Sadleir Pedigree Notebook, page 206.

(Included in the index of GO Ms 470 with the following in pencil “JA 2/9/44”)

Evidence of Barrakia Lowe Tarlton...heard of other claimants...knew old Patrick Tracy of Tullamore, now dead...William Welden Tracy of Ard [Geashill]...present claimant was a Wine Merchant in Dublin...my Aunt was married to William Tracy...

Evidence of Patrick Boyne...I married a daughter of Mr. Wyer [of Dureen near Portarlington in the Kings County]...my father-in-law's mother was a Tracy and connected with the Tracys...

Statement of Joseph Tracy made in 1836...formerly of Geashill in the King's County Ireland now of Chapel Place North, South Audley Street, London...aged seventy years and upwards...I was principally reared by my uncle, the late Timothy Tracy of Coole in the County of Westmeath Ireland...that on the 10th day of August 1796 he gave me a Prayer Book...In 1798 I married the daughter of Mr. Philip Tracy of Castlebrack in the Queen's County, by whom I have a family of four sons and two daughters. In the year 1815, I gave the aforesaid Prayer book to my eldest son James...on his going to reside in Dublin...

Statement of William Carroll made in 1836...will be 72 years of age the eight day of August next ensuing...[lived at the age of six or seven] in the townland of Bonatern, Parish of Killoughy, Barony of Ballyboy, in the Kings County in Ireland...mothers maiden name was Ann Tracy...was born in the Parish of Lismally [Lynally?] in the King's County...his uncles James Tracy [and] Timothy Tracy...[grandparents] William Tracy and Mary Tracy...his uncle Timothy, who was at that period abroad, engaged in the German War...Deponent was about twelve or Fourteen years of age his Uncle Timothy came home, accompanied by his wife, an English Woman...gave money to his mother...and was afterwards a Clerk in the General Post Office in the City of Dublin...became agent to Lord Boyne, who had an estate in the Parish of Lanelly...employed for many years by Lord Portarlington, near Spire Hill at Portarlington, but his uncle not considering the salary sufficient entered into the service of Mr. Smyth of the county of Westmeath, member of parliament, who gave him a freehold in the townland of Coole, county Westmeath, where he settled, died and was buried around 1799...Uncle James living in Gurteen in the Barony of Geashill on Lord Digby's Estate...wife maiden name was Carrier...had one child named Joseph... Mr. O'Brien, a merchant in Dublin, came to London on mercantile business with his daughter Mary...William Tracy made his acquaintance with her there...and came over to Dublin and married her...they settle in Dublin and Mr. O'Brien took him in as a partner, they failed in Business and that William Tracy and his wife, with his two sons, went to the country, to the Parish of Lanelly, in about 1731 and settled on Lord Boyne's Estate where Ann was born...William Tracy died 1734...James Tracy died 1794 and was buried in Castlebrack...His children...Joseph the eldest son and two other sons Andrew and Patrick and one daughter...Timothy was a protestant and James a catholic - he went with his wife.

April 7, 1848 (FJ) Died

At Geashill, in the King's County, of Fever, Mary Anne, daughter of James Tracy, Esq, the claimant to the Tracy Peerage.

(see Tracy Peerage Case I and II)

 

2 Oct 1736 & 28 Oct 1740

Leased of Moore Park for 3 lives. Lease later assigned

Simon Moore of Parsonstowne, OFF Weaver, William Jones of Parsonstowne, OFF Innkeeper, Richard Moore, Simon Moore of Parsonstowne, OFF Son, William Moore, Son,

Isaac Moore, For lives of George Tracy son of Edward Tracy, Bridget Gorman of Parsonstowne, OFF, Thomas Loe of Birr. OFF Gent, John Humphrys of Bushnal. LEX Gent  

 

29 Jun 1743

Edward Tracy of City Dublin, gent, witness to Egan will Ballyaghter, co Tipperary & Nugent will Tihilly, Kings Co, land Division agreement. 100 acres plant.meas. Gurteen ; 100 acres Killishell ; 215 acres Curraghmore ; 194 & 1/2 and 2 acres Killcormick called Frankford, Kings Co

 

1745 Deed

Thomas Tracy, cloathier, of Birr Offaly and Miss Mary Ann Clarke of Rath Offaly (d. of George) 28 Feb 1745 Pre-Marriage Settlement registered 19/01/1746. 84929

George Clarke to pay £500 marriage dowery, Thomas Tracy pledged a £600 lump sum or annuity thereon should Mary Ann Clarke be widowed.

Rev Robert Maw witness to deed, Thomas Armstrong, gent, of Killhibbert Island, Offaly witness to deed, Edward Molloy, gent of Clonbeale, Offaly witness to deed & memorial, John Lynch witness to memorial

 

1745 Edwd. Tracey, Birr, King’s co., merct. (Perogative Will)

 

2/6/1758 Indented Deed Lease & Release

Edward Tracy, Occupier, 1758-8-16, Edward Tracy & Michael Mallonon formerly in possession of parks to the east of Bettridges Parks in Parsonstown, Kings Co

 

1758 Thomas Tracey, Parsonstown, King’s county, merchant (Perogative Will)

 

Faulkner's Dublin Journal

Mrs Tracy of Kings m. Minchin Jackson Jul 1759

 

1763 Tenants of the earl of Charleville, Tullamore, Kings County

Edward Tracy

T. U. Sadleir. Manuscripts at Kilboy, Co. Tipperary. Analecta Hibernica, No. 12 (Jan., 1943), pp. 129, 131-154

 

12 October 1765 (FJ)

A well dressed young man went to the House of Mr. Shee, in Abbey-street [Dublin]...He says his name is John Tracy, by trade a shoe-maker, and was born at Birr in the Kings County.

 

1766 Religious Census

Thomas Treacy, papist, 2 people, Ballycommon, Kings Co.

GO Ms. 536-7 National Library of Ireland

 

4 Jun 1768 & 14 Dec 1782 Deed

...Witness: Joseph Tracy servant to trustee William Peisley Vaughan Esq of Golden Grace, Co Offaly (King's Co) [Goldengrove alias Knocknamease Ettagh]

 

1772-1876

3g. Lewis F. Goodbody, Kilcoursey [Offaly], £5.12.0 rent, 3a/3r/3p, Fee farm grant, in lieu of lease for lives renewable for ever, dated 24th March 1793, from Rev. C.E. Bagot to Mathias Treacy, from Chas. Bagot to Michael Telford, dated 7th October 1855...Ball's Hill...

15a. Patrick Johnstone, Kilcoursey [Offaly], £1, 0a/3r/2p, Lease from charles Emilius Bagot to Thomas Johnston, 1st April 1801, for three lives, viz, Thomas Johnson, John Johnson and John Treacy, one of whom is believed to be still in existance, viz, John Treacy, who if living is 82 years.

22. Reps of Mathias Treacy, £3.13.9, 1a/0r/21p, Lease from Daniel Bagot to Mathias Treacy, dated 24th september 1772, for lives renewable for ever, at the yearly rent of £4 late currency, and subject to the renewal fines of £2 late currancy on the fall of each life, last renewal 1st June 1830 from Charles Bagot to Wm. M'Can and John Fannin...There is a covenant in this lease binding  the said Mathias Treacy, his heirs and assigns, to grind all the corn...at the mill of Charlestown...

 

24 Sep 1772 Deed

Premises in Clara, Offaly. Daniel Bagot of Kilcoursey, Offaly Esq. & John Beaty of Clara, Offaly  & William Beeford of Clara, Offaly  & Arthur Geoeghegan of Clara, Offaly Esq. & Francis Forster of Clara, Offaly Merchant. Lives of John Forster of Clara, Offaly Son & John Armstrong of Ballycumber, Offaly Eldest son & George Armstrong of Ballycumber, Offaly Esq. Witnesses: Andrew Slattery & Mathew Treacy     

 

5 March 1774 (F) Royal Sport of Cock Fighting

On Monday the 7th of March, 1774, a Cock Match will be fought between the Gentlemen of the Co. Galway and King's County, at Robert Tracy's new Cock Pit in Birr, for five Guineas a Battle, and 100 Guineas the Main. N.B. An Assembly the second Night of fighting and good Ordinaries every Day at said Tracy's.

 

1. The Parsonstown Loyal Independents; associated the 15th of February 1776. Scarlet faced black; silver lace. Colonel Sir William Parsons, Baronet. Major L. Parsons (afterwards Earl of Eosse). Captain B. B. Warburton. Lieuts. Treacy and Kearney. Surgeon William Wilkinson.

Francis Ryan Montgomery Hitchcock (1908) The Midland Septs and the Pale: An Account of the Early Septs and Later. Sealy, Bryers, and Walker

Thomas Lalor Cooke, William Antisell Cooke (1875) The Early History of the Town of Birr, Or Parsonstown

The medals and Gorgets of the Irish Volunteers and Militia

…Parsonstown Volunteers...The regiment was formed on February 15th 1776, by Sir William Parsons, bart. Its major was Laurence Parsons; captain, B. B. Warburton and lieutenant, Edward Tracey...

Journal of the Cork Historical and archaeological society, 1899, Vol 5, No. 43

 

1778 Thomas Hanks, Birr, Kings Co. (Offaly) Holding under Edward Treacy on the Bridge.

 

29 June 1778 (FJ)

On Friday evening last, Mr. Thomas Tracy, of Edenderry, dancing-master, was thrown from his horse, by...was unfortunately drowned...

 

1778-1790 Catholic Qualification Rolls

Bryan Yreacy, Philipstown 16th July 1796 [Offaly]

Loughlin Treasy, Shopkeeper, of Horseleap, 5th Aug 1782 Assizes Mullingar

Wiiliam Tracy, gent, Jun, of Ballylavin Kings County, 28th Nov 1778 City of Dublin [Same time and place: Jo Tracy, gent, of Rosskeen Queens County, 28th Nov 1778 City of Dublin]

 

Walkers Hibernian Magazine 1771 to 1812

Wm. Tracy, Ballylevin, King's co. m. Elinor Tarlton, d. of Gilbert, of Killeigh June 1779 p. 375

14? June 1779

William Tracy, of Ballylevin, King's County, Esq; to Miss Elinor Tarlton, daughter to the late Gilbert Tarlton, of Killeigh, Esq;

The Gentleman's and London magazine: or monthly chronologer, 1741-1794

Wm Tracy, Ballylevin, Kings Co. = Elinor Tarlton, d. of Gilbert, of Killeigh, June 1779

Hibernian Magazine

15 June 1779 Saunders's News-Letter

Married...a few days ago, William Tracy of Ballylevin, in the King's co. Esq; to Miss Eleanor Tarlton, daughter to the late Gilbert Tarlton, of Killeigh, esq...

 

10 Sep 1779

Release Richard Tyrrell of Gort, Co Galway & Tyrrell Evans of Ballynacourthy, Co Limerick for £200 house between the house wherein Edward Tracy & John Tracy his son lived and John Vaughan's gateway + plot of ground on map annexed in the town of Tullamore. Witness John Rose & Geoege Alps of Limerick City & John Evans of Ballynacourthy, Co Limerick.

 

26 October 1779 Dublin Evening Post

Kings County. At a meeting of the Gentlement of the Barony of Kilcoursey Union, held at Tracy's in Charlestown...

 

Peter Tracey - NSW

Religion: Catholic
Marital status: Single
Calling/trade: Soldier ploughman & reaper
Born: 1779 Kings Co
Tried: 1829 Queens Co

Sentence: 7

Former convictions: 2
Ship: Larkins (2) [1829]
Crime: Stealing clothes
 

 

Tullamore 1780

The house known as Elmfied stood alone on this road for almost 100 years from the 1780s to the 1890s. The original lease from Charles William Bury first earl of Charleville was for three lives from the 29th of September 1795 at a yearly rent of £12. The property was described as bounded on the north by the High Road leading from Tullamore to Birr, on the South by a road leading to a bog, on the east by the widow Mary Tracy's fields and on the west by part of Spollenstown Park.

 

Freemasons

Denis Tracy, 8 Apr 1840, Tullamore Kings Co Offaly,  

Edw Tracey, 18 Jan 1781, Birr Offaly,  

Geo Treacy, 24 Aug 1823, Bannagher Kings Co Offaly,  

Pat Tracey, 13 Jul 1792, Clara K County Offaly,  

Richd Tracey, 25 Oct 1813, Kings Co Militia  Banagher Offaly,  

Simon Tracey/Treacey, 8 Jun 1801, Birr Kings Offaly, Warden 1813/4

Simon Treacy, 21 Jul 1838, Lodge 163 Birr Offaly,  

Thos Treacy, 27 Jan 1838, Lodge 163 Birr Offaly, Certified 21 July 1830

Wm Tracey, 2 Oct 1807, Tullamore Offaly,  

Wm Treacey, 14 Jan 1822, Tullamore Offaly, 858

1839 Birr Free Masons

One interesting letter found on file in Molesworth Street, under the bell seal of “Birr Royal Arch Lodge No 163” is a Demit [resign] issued by the Companions to their Brother Companion Simon Treacey, who was about to emigrate to The United States of America. This is probably the same Simon Treacey, whose occupation was that of “Gent” related to both Edward and Thomas Treacey, merchants from the town of Birr. The Demit dated June 1839 bears the well known abbreviated heading I.T.N.O.T.G.A.O.T.U. [In the Name of the Great Architect of the Universe] and contains some interesting references as follows – I respectfully recommend Bro Companion Simon Treacey to you and all sublime Lodges Chapters and Brethren who understand the angles and squares of III by III.

irishfreemasonry.com/Birr.pdf

 

19 October 1782 (F)

Notice is hereby given that a Board or Meeting of the Trustees of the Turnpike Road, leading from Maryborough to Toomivara, is appointed to be held at the House of Robert Tracy, in Borris, on Tuesday 21st October next, between twelve and one o'Clock at Noon, in order to set, by public Cant, for one year, from the 1st of November next, the Tolls of the Gates from Maryborough to Toomivara. Thomas Morris, Treasurer. Borris, September 20, 1782.

 

2 Nov 1782 Deed

A to B rents of lands of Cloghanclany to B's use until three bonds enter in and payable to C for sum of £83

William Midgway of Wilton, Co Offaly (King's Co) Esq & Thomas Daly of Cleatarug, Co Offaly (King's Co)  Richard Brinon of Tullanore, Co Offaly (King's Co) Mr Witness: Bryan Tracy of Cloatanny, Co Offaly (King's Co) yeoman & Thomas Toy of Wilton, Co Offaly (King's Co) Gent. Nicholas Boys of Dublin city Gent

 

1782 Volunteers

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

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

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

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

 

26 February 1785 (FJ) Excise Office

...a numerous mob from Roscrea, many of them with fire arms, assembled at Borris and fired several shots into the house of lodge...and seized five hogheads of whiskey distilled by Christopher Dewnes of Roscrea, which had been seized...Patrick McCan and Edward Bradley, both of Roscrea, butchers, Denis Fehan of Roscrea, Daniel Tracy of the same place, blacksmith, and - Hough, were concerned in the said outrage...reward of Fifty Pounds [for their capture]...

 

British War Office

Thomas Tracy b.1770/1 Rahen, Tullamore, King’s Offaly 52nd (6th Jan 1794-Oct 1799), 2nd Foot (3rd Oct 1799- Oct 1802), King’s Offaly Fencibles and 44th (6th April 1803 – 1816 including Waterloo). Aged 16, stout and well made in 1797. Labourer. Discharged 6th Apr 1816 WO119WO25/981

Thomas Tracey 44th Foot WO118/40 index saysp.284 (discharges 1832-34)

Description: about 46 years, 5’3”, l brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion, a labourer.

Total service: 23 years.

Discharged at Strabane 6th April 1816.

 

Thomas Tracy - NSW

Alias: Tracey Treacy

Religion: Protestant
Marital status: Married 1 child
Calling/trade: Physician
Born: 1788 Kings Co
Tried: 1827 Dublin

Sentence: 7
Ship: Mangles (5) [1828]
Crime: Shoplifting
Died:
1828 Sydney Hospital

December 12, 1817 Freemans Journal

Births - On Monday last, in York street, the Lady of Dr. Tracy of a son.

17 November 1827 (F) The Late charge of Shop-Lifting in Dublin

The unfortunate individual (Dr. Tracy) who was lately apprehended under the above charge, remains in custody. - His house was searched since we last mentioned his apprehension by peace officer Galogly, and a vast quantity of articles of a most varied description found in one of the closets. It is, perhaps, possible that those articles, or some of them, might have been purchased by him; but it is rather singular that he never mentioned having them in his possession to any member of his family. In fact, the waiting room of the Head-Police-office bears a stronger resemblance to a fancy shop in Home's Arcade, than a place of official business, the room being strewn with rich shawls, pieces of silk, fashionable and costly china ornaments, a quantity of silver bladed fruit knives, ostrich feathers, artificial flowers, plated coasters, branch and plain candlesticks, ribbons, laces, and a multitude of other articles, which would puzzle the ingenuity of an auctioneer to classify under their proper heads. The informations are not yet complete, and he remains over for further examination.

21 November 1827 (F) Recorders Court, Dublin

Yesterday, Doctor Thomas Tracy, M.D. pleaded "Not Guilty" to the Indictment for stealing in the shop of Mr. Tuthill. At the sitting of the Court this day, Mr. Hamilton, said he was desired by the Prisoner to apply to the Court, to withdraw the plea of "Not Guilty". The prisoner was again arraigned - the Indictment was read to him - in it he stood charged for stealing 3 yards of Linen, the property of Henry Tuthill, of Dame-street, and to which the Prisoner pleaded "Guilty". The Recorder then proceeded to give Judgement, and Sentenced the Prisoner to 7 years Transportation.

9 February 1828 (F) Doctor Tracy - Captain Beggs

Nearly thirty convicts wer conveyed from Newgate to the hulk, at Dunleary, on Sunday morning, amongst whom were Dr. Tracy and Capt. Beggs.

Newry Commercial Telegraph Feb. 8, 1828:
Nearly thirty convicts were conveyed from Newport to the hulk, at Dunleary [Co Dublin], on Friday morning, amongst whom were Doctor Tracy and Captain Beggs.

8 December 1827 (F)

Among the extraordinary cases which are continually exciting our wonder in the police reports, we have met with none more remarkable than those of Dr. Tracy of Dublin, who had contrived a large camlet cloak full of pockets to receive the booty recruining from his long unsuspected cruises...but we really think it worth serious consideration, whether there are not many "cases punished by Botany Bay, or the halter, which are fitter for St. Luke's"

1829 July 10th Limerick Evening Post and Clare Sentinal

Death On 16th last September at Botany bay, Doctor Traecy, formerly of York street Dublin. He was transported for stealing from a shop.

 

21 May 1790 Indented deed - Registered 31 January 1798

Edward Tracy of Town of Birr, Kings County, Gent, for considerations, granted to Jonathan Kent, & sons James & William Kent, the dwelling house in the Main Street of Birr for their lives, for yearly rent of 34 lb ster. Witness Thomas Miller of Town of Birr, Kings County Gent & Henry Palmer of City of Dublin Gent. John Moore Esq, Deputy Registrar  

 

British War Office - Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

John Tracey born Tullamore, Offaly. Served in 8th Dragoons; 7th Royal Veteran Battalion Discharged aged 33 after 11 years 4 months of service, 1807

John Tracey b.1782 Killbride, Tullamore 31st Light Dragoons (1794-96), 8th Dragoons (1796 [with Patrick] -1805 wounded in arm at Laswaree) 7th Royal Veterans Btn 1805-1811, enlisted 2/73rd Foot at Athlone April 1811 and discharged 21st June 1817.John Tracey b. 1784 Tullamore, King’s 2/73rd (6.5 yrs and at Waterloo incl 3 in India) also Veteran Btn. Discharged 1st June 1807 and July 1817 after 14 yrs service to reside at Athlone WO120/17

The 31st Dragoons were raised in 1794 and disbanded in 1796.

The 8th Dragoons served in South Africa in 1796, Suez/Egypt in 1801, India in 1802 and returned to England in 1823.

Jno Tracey, born abt 1774 Sullamore, Kings, 7th Veteran Battalion, residence 1 Jun 1807, Regimental Registers of Pensioners

 

British War Office - Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

David Tracey born Rahue, Offaly. Served in 6th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 39 1795-1817

David Tracey/Treasy b. 1776 Rahue, King’s (Offaly) 6th Foot in 1795 Discharged 1817 Military General Service medal bars RVCVPNO

Davd Treasy, 41, 21 7/12 service, born abt 1776 Rehue, Kings, 6th Regiment of Foot, residence 25 Jun 1817, labourer, 5’7”, bro hair, grey eyes, fresh complexion

 

1794-1816 Thomas Tracy alias Treasy, Treces, Tracey, Treacy.

Born Rahen, Offaly.

Served in 52nd Foot Regiment; Leinster Rangers; 2nd Foot Regiment; 44th Foot Regiment.

Discharged aged 46.

Covering dates give year of enlistment to year of discharge.

Kilmainham Reference: A9856.

British Army Pensioners - Royal Hospital Kilmainham Ireland, 1783-1822 (WO119)

Thomas Tracy b. 1770 Rahen Kings Co. (Offaly), 52nd Foot, Fencible Regiments, 2nd Foot, 44th Foot

 

1796 Irish Flax Growers

John Tracey Clonmacnoise Offaly 

 

1796-1852

1. Catherine Clark, Cloncraff, Kilcoursey, King's County, 18a/2r/3p & 6a/3r/2p, £12.2.0 rent, Lease from John Judge, esq, to Loughlan Tracy, dated 13th september 1796, for three lives, or 31 years from 1st day of May 1796; two of the lives, Mrs. Catherine Clarke alias Tracy and Martin Tracey, supposed to be in America, now in being, and the present tenant Mr. Edward Dillon; with a right of sufficiuency of turbery on the bog of Gageboro' for the use of said premises. These premises are held under the same lease with those on Russagh, Lot 2, and No. 2 and the rent has been appointed by the Commissioners.

2. Catherine Clark, Russagh, Kilcoursey, King's County, 10a/1r/5p, £4.19.6.5 rent, Lease from John Judge, esq, to Loughlan Tracy, dated 13th september 1796, for lives of Catherine Tracy, Martin Tracy and William Tracy (William Tracy is dead, Martin supposed to be in America, and Catherine, now Mrs Clark, still living) with sufficiency turbery on the bog of Gageboro' for to the said Loughlin Tracy and his assigns for the use of said demised premises and liberty to them to cut and carry away the same. There is also a covnant on part of said Loughlin Tracy, his heirs and assigns, to give...six horses...This holding and another on Cloncraff are held under this lease. the rent has been apportioned by the Commissioners.

 

1799 Darby Tracy of Edenderry

Letter [A] from Darby Tracy, chairman in London, to Mr Denis Feagan, breeches-maker at Edenderry, wherein is clearly proved the effects which an union with Great Britain will have on the interest and happiness of the common people of Ireland. 36pp.

Denis Feagan was his kinsman, He also had a nephew Dick and a cousin Molly. A Judy is also mentioned.

http://books.google.ie/books?id=3-A1AAAAMAAJ&pg=RA1-PA5&source=gbs_toc_r&cad=0_0

 

British War Office - Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

James Tracy/Treacy born Clara, Offaly. Served in Offaly Militia Discharged aged 44, 1801-1829 [b. 1785]

James Tracey, b. 1783 Clara, Kings (Offaly)

James Tracey/ Treacy b. 1783/5 Clara, King’s Offaly. Royal King’s County Militia labourer discharged 1829 12 yrs service Chelsea 9th Jan 1823 WO118/14 Chelsea 17th June 1829 with 26 yrs service as Treacy WO116/39

 

British War Office - Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Peter Tracey born Rayow [Reynagh], Offaly. Served in 16th Foot Regiment; 90th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 37, 1801-1819

Peter Tracey, b. 1781 Birr, Kings (Offaly)

Peter Tracey, b. Rayow near Birr Kings, enlisted 19th Reg Light Infantry at Saint Vincent West Indies on the 24th April 1812 at the age of Thirty One for unlimited service.Served 17 years 347 days: 16th Regiment 2 May 1801 to 23 April 1812; 90th Regiment 24th April 1812 to 14th April [1819]. That inconsequence of 'a reduction in the establishment and impained health by servatude in the W Indies & America' He is herby discharged. He is about thirty seven years of age, 5'8", dark hair, hazel eyes, dark complexion, labourer. Dated 14th April 1819. Served 7; 16 Foot 10 11/12 total 17 11/12; India? 10 3/12 - 52/12 total 23 1/12.

Peter Tracey b. 1781 Rayon, Birr, King’s Offaly 16th or 15th Foot (10 yrs) then 90th Foot (13 yrs) 1795/1801 – 1818/9 labourer WO120/29 Pensioner

Peter Tracey 1/16thenl.  In 1802

Peter Tracey Rayon, Birr, Kings 90th Regiment of Foot, residence 15 Apr 1819

Peter Tracey, born abt 1781 Rayon Berr, Kings 90th Regiment of Foot, residence 15 Apr 1819

 

1801 Patrick Tracy, Ballydownen, [Geashill], King's County

Index to the Wills of the Diocese of Kildare

 

1802 Rev. Charles Emilius Baggot, Kilcoursey, Kings. (Offaly) Witness & memorial: Mathias Tracy, Kilcoursey. Farmer.

 

1806 George Treacy, Kilcoursey (Perogative Will)

 

British War Office - Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Patrick Tracey born Killbride, Offaly. Served in 89th Foot Regiment; 4th Royal Veteran Battalion Discharged aged 43, 1807-1817

Patrick Tracey b. 1774 Clearagh/Killbride, King’s Offaly 89th Foot 4th Royal Veterans Btn 1807-1817 WO97 Desetred from 6th Garrison Btn WO25/2700 Patrick Tracey b, 1773 Kilbridge Clara. 89th Foot (6yrs) 4th V Btn. 9 yrs total service. Fractured arm in the King’s Works Point Henry June 1813. Chelsea 28th Mar 1817 WO116/24

Patrick Tracey b. Killbridge, Queen’s [Kilbride Laois] 8th Dragoons enlisted 11th April 1796. [With John b.1782 Killbride, Tullamore and who returned to Athlone] India 28th Jan 1803 WO25/890 labourer. Died as an invalid at Calcutta 20th Nov 1817. His £3 10s 8.5d Prize Money for the Capture of the Gunge and Fortress of Rahah was paid to another invalid Nath Kelly WO25/1419

Patrick Tracey, born Clearagh, Kings, Ireland, Private 4th Veteran Battalion, discharged age 43 on the 20 Sep 1816, Soldier's Service Documents

 

1808 (205) (Ireland.) Accounts

Spring Assizes 1807 Kings County - Barony of Ballybrit

To Michael Rigney & William Rigney, to repair 70 perches road from Mount Mellick to Roscrea, between Martin Tracy's house and Mich. Rigneys at 4s6d per perch £15/15/0

 

1808-1859

11. John Murray and John Horan, representatives of John and Patrick Murray, Gurteen [Offaly], £24.18.8 rent, 67a/1r/38p, Lease dated 20th January 1808...and also a right of passage through that part of the lands of Gurtacurka then in the possession of Patrick Stapleton, Edward Stapleton, John M'Cain, Darby Gorman and John Tracy...

 

3/10/1812 Marriage Settlement

John Tracy, Merchant , Edenderry, Kings Co , 14 November 1812 , & Margaret Fawsett, Spinster, Kilmalog, Kings Co.

George Fawsett, merchant, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary

Cotrell Mercier, Esq, Kilamlog, Kings Co.

Joshua Bourdager, gent, Portarlington, Queens Co.

 

British war Office

John Tracy b. 1793 (or earlier?) Tullamon [Tullamore]. At Vitoria [1812] and Toulouse [1814] with Waggon Train, King’s Co. Militia

 

26 May 1814

Edward Tracey, Will, Wine Cooper of Cappenagaera, Kings County, Catalogue reference PROB 11/1557

 

1814 John Tracy, Edenderry, Kings Co. (Prerogative Will)

 

1814

Mr. M. Tracy, Meldrum, Kilbeggan, Westmeath

William Tracy, esq, Ard, Philipstown, Kings

Ambrose Leet (1814) A Directory to the Market Towns: Villages, Gentlemen's Seats, and Other Noted Places in Ireland. Dublin.

 

Alumni Duublinenses: Trinity Dublin

Tracey, Daniel, Pen. (Mr Morris), Dec 5, 1814, aged 20; R.C., s. of Denis, Mercator; b. King’s Co. (Offaly) (see Daniel Tracey and family of Roscrea, Montreal and Albany)

 

Canada, British Regimental Registers of Service

Denis Treacey, 19, b. abt 1796 Birr Bings [Kings], Military Date: 26 May 1815 74th Foot Soldiers, 5'5", sallow skin, blue eyes, brown hair, long face, labourer, enlisted 25 May Galway

 

1821 Census Fragment

Alphabetical

 By Area

 

Anne Jane Treacy, 2, -, Grand Daughter, 6 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

Anne Tracy, 14, Daughter, -, 17, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

Anne Tracy, 50, Wife, -, 17, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

Anne Treacy, 19, Daughter, -, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

Anne Treacy, 26, -, Daughter, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Anne Treacy, 40, -, Wife, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

 

Bridget Treacy, 1, Daughter, -, 17, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

Bridget Treacy, 6, Daughter, -, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Catherine Fracey [Tracey], 20, 32 Burkeshill, Birr, Birr, King's

Catherine Treacy, 15, Daughter, -, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Catherine Treacy, 18, Daughter, -, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

Catherine Treacy, 53, Wife, -, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

 

Daniel Tracy, 60, -, Farmer, 17, Part Of Gurtun [Gorteen], Roscrea, King's [5.5 acres]

Danuel Treacy, 28, Son, Labourer, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's [page]

Dorinda Treacy, 9 months, -, Daughter, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

 

Edward Tracey, 69, Gentleman, 20 Charles Street, Birr, Birr, King's

Edward Treacy, 17, Son, Labourer, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's


Edward Treacy, 65, -, Farmer, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's [20 acres]

Eleanor Treacy, 13, Daughter, -, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Eleanor Treacy, 75, Mother, -, 10, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

Eliza Treacy, 11, -, Daughter, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

 

Hanora Treacy, 11, Daughter, -, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

 

James Treacy, 21, Son, Carpenter, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Jane Treacy, 3, -, Daughter, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

John Tracy, 17, Step Son, Labourer, 18, Part Of Gurtun [Gorteen], Roscrea, King's

John Treacy, 35, -, Farmer, 10, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

John Treacy, 4, -, Grand Son, 6 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

John Treacy, 60, Farmer & Carpenter, -, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's [12 acres]

Judy Tracy , 32, Sister In Law [to Patrick Stapleton], 16, Part Of Gurtun [Gorteen], Roscrea, King's

Judy Tracy, 16, Daughter, -, 17, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

Judy Treacy, 17, Daughter, -, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Judy Treacy, 50, -, Wife, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

 

Margaret Tracy, 12, Daughter, -, 17, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

Margaret Treacy, 24, -, Daughter, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Margret Treacy, 16, Daughter, -, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

Martha Pound, 29, Daughter,

Martin Treacy, 19, Son, Labourer, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Martin Treacy, 21, Son, Labourer, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

Mary Anne Treacy, 21, -, Daughter, 54 Main Street, Birr, King's

Mary Treacy, 22, -, Daughter, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Mary Treacy, 65,  8 Chapel Lane, Birr, King's

Mary Treacy, 9, Daughter, Pupil, 17, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's [page]

Matilda Treacy, 13, -, Daughter, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

Matilda, Toacy [Tracy], 14, 13 Church Lane, Birr, Birr, King's [Dooly household]

Michiel Treacy, 11, Son, -, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

 

Patrick Treacy, 16, -, House Servant, 10, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

Patrick Treacy, 4, Son, -, 17, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

 

Robert Treacy, 44, Son, 8 Chapel Lane, Birr, King's

Robert Treacy, 8, -, Son, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

Sally Altimas, 15

 

Sarah Treacy, 14, Daughter, -, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

Sarah Treacy, 9, Daughter, -, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Simon Treacy, 15, -, Son, 54 Main Street, Birr, King's

Simon Treacy, 46, Shoemaker & Farmer, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's  [4 acres Parish of Birr]

 

Thomas Treacy, 17, -, Son, 54 Main Street, Birr, King's

Timity Treacy, 30, Son, Labourer, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

William Treacy, 9, Son, -, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

 

 

 

Catherine Fracey [Tracey], 20, 32 Burkeshill, Birr, Birr, King's

 

Edward Tracey, 69, Gentleman, 20 Charles Street, Birr, Birr, King's

 

Mary Treacy, 65,  8 Chapel Lane, Birr, King's

Robert Treacy, 44, Son, 8 Chapel Lane, Birr, King's

Martha Pound, 29, Daughter,

Mary Anne Pound [Treacy?], 7, [his] Daughter, -

Hanah Pound [do], 6, [her] Daughter, -

Matilda Pound [do], 5, [do] Daughter, -

Catherine Manion, 30,

 

Matilda, Toacy [Tracy], 14, 13 Church Lane, Birr, Birr, King's [Dooly household]

 

Anne Geer, 92,

Anne Geer, 30, Daughter,

Anne Jane Treacy, 2, -, Grand Daughter, 6 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

John Treacy, 4, -, Grand Son, 6 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

Sally Altimas, 15

 

Simon Treacy, 46, Shoemaker & Farmer, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's  [4 acres Parish of Birr]

Anne Treacy, 40, -, Wife, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

Mary Anne Treacy, 21, -, Daughter, 54 Main Street, Birr, King's

Thomas Treacy, 17, -, Son, 54 Main Street, Birr, King's

Simon Treacy, 15, -, Son, 54 Main Street, Birr, King's

Matilda Treacy, 13, -, Daughter, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

Eliza Treacy, 11, -, Daughter, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

Robert Treacy, 8, -, Son, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

Jane Treacy, 3, -, Daughter, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

Dorinda Treacy, 9 months, -, Daughter, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

 

 

John Treacy, 60, Farmer & Carpenter, -, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's [12 acres]

Judy Treacy, 50, -, Wife, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Anne Treacy, 26, -, Daughter, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Margaret Treacy, 24, -, Daughter, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Mary Treacy, 22, -, Daughter, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

James Treacy, 21, Son, Carpenter, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Martin Treacy, 19, Son, Labourer, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Judy Treacy, 17, Daughter, -, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Catherine Treacy, 15, Daughter, -, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Eleanor Treacy, 13, Daughter, -, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Hanora Treacy, 11, Daughter, -, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Sarah Treacy, 9, Daughter, -, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

Bridget Treacy, 6, Daughter, -, 31, Clashroe, Roscomroe, King's

 

 

John Treacy, 35, -, Farmer, 10, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

Eleanor Treacy, 75, Mother, -, 10, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

Patrick Treacy, 16, -, House Servant, 10, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

 

Judy Tracy , 32, Sister In Law [to Patrick Stapleton], 16, Part Of Gurtun [Gorteen], Roscrea, King's

 

Daniel Tracy, 60, -, Farmer, 17, Part Of Gurtun [Gorteen], Roscrea, King's [5.5 acres]

Anne Tracy, 50, Wife, -, 17, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

Judy Tracy, 16, Daughter, -, 17, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

Anne Tracy, 14, Daughter, -, 17, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

Margaret Tracy, 12, Daughter, -, 17, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

Mary Treacy, 9, Daughter, Pupil, 17, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's [page]

Patrick Treacy, 4, Son, -, 17, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

Bridget Treacy, 1, Daughter, -, 17, Part Of Gurtun, Roscrea, King's

 

John Tracy, 17, Step Son, Labourer, 18, Part Of Gurtun [Gorteen], Roscrea, King's

 

 


Edward Treacy, 65, -, Farmer, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's [20 acres]

Catherine Treacy, 53, Wife, -, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

Timity Treacy, 30, Son, Labourer, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

Danuel Treacy, 28, Son, Labourer, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's [page]

Martin Treacy, 21, Son, Labourer, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

Anne Treacy, 19, Daughter, -, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

Catherine Treacy, 18, Daughter, -, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

Edward Treacy, 17, Son, Labourer, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

Margret Treacy, 16, Daughter, -, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

Sarah Treacy, 14, Daughter, -, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

Michiel Treacy, 11, Son, -, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

William Treacy, 9, Son, -, 4, Longford, Seirkieran, King's

 

 

 

1823 Directory Offaly

Bahagher - Shopkeepers and Traders

Geo. Treacy, Linen Draper.

Birr - Boot and Shoe Makers

Simon Treacy, Main Street.

Michael Tracey, Rosemary Street

Thomas Lalor Cooke, William Antisell Cooke (1875) The Early History of the Town of Birr, Or Parsonstown

 

Names of the Principal Inhabitants of Banagher and Neighbourhood in the year 1823

Linen Draper: Geo. Treacy

Names of the Principal Inhabitants of Birr and Neighbourhood in the year 1823

Boot and Shoe Makers: Simon Treacy, Main Street.

Names of the Principal Inhabitants of Roscrea and Neighbourhood in the year 1823

Iron Merchant: Michael Tracey, Rosemary St.

Leather Sellers: John Tracey, Limerick Street.

Tanners: Michael Tracey, Rosemary Street.

Thomas Lalor Cooke, William Antisell Cooke (1875) The Early History of the Town of Birr, Or Parsonstown

 

1824 House of Lords Papers 18/6/1823-1/2/1824 Insurrection Act

James Tracey, out at improper hours, tried 1 October 1823 Birr Kings Co, acquited

Philip Tracey, out at improper hours, tried 19 January 1824 Birr Kings Co, acquitted

 

British War Office - Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

John Trac(e)y born Rhode, Offaly. Served in 99th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 41, 1824-1847

John Tracy, b. 1806 Phillipstown, Kings (Offaly)

 

1824-1855

4 on map. 1 on rental.  Michael Treacy, Rossnagowloge or Tirinchinan, Ballycowan, King's County, 12a/2r/25p Irish, 20a/2r/0p Statute, £7.4.0, Lease dated 13th July 1855, from Sir William Cox to Michael Treacy, for the life of Matthew Treacy, eldest son the leasee, then aged about 34 years; the life is still in being...

5 on map. 4 on rental.  Laurence Lynham, Rossnagowloge or Tirinchinan, Ballycowan, King's County, 18a/0r/0p Irish, 29a/0r/0p Statute, £10.14.0, Lease dated 4th February 1826, from Sir William Cox to William Lynham, for the life of Matthew Treacy, eldest son of Michael Treacy, the leasee of the adjoining property then aged about five years;...the life is still in being and is now aged 34 years...

6 on map. 7 on rental.  Matthew Tracy, Rossnagowloge or Tirinchinan, Ballycowan, King's County, 4a/0r/7p Irish, 6a/3r/0p Statute, £1.2.6, Lease dated 13th July 1855, from Sir William Cox to Matthew Treacy, eldest son of the leasee, then aged 40 years; the life is still in being...

2 on map. 12 on rental.  William Shaughnessy, Ballycosney [King's County], 7a/2r/22p Irish, 12a/1r/20p Statute, £6.3.0, Lease dated 13th July 1855, from Sir William Cox to William Shaughnessy, for the life of Matthew Treacy, eldest son of Michael Treacy, the leasee of the adjoining property then aged about 30 years; the life is still in being...

3 on map. 13 on rental.  Michael Treacy, Ballycosney [King's County], 2a/3r/5p Irish, 4a/2r/0p Statute, £1.16.0, Lease dated 13th July 1855, from Sir William Cox to Michael Treacy, for the life of Matthew Treacy, eldest son the leasee, then aged about 34 years; the life is still in being...

4 on map. 14 on rental.  Matthew Tracy, Ballycosney [King's County], 10a/1r/21p Irish, 16a/3r/10p Statute, £7.11.0, Lease dated 13th July 1855, from Sir William Cox to Matthew Tracy, for the life of Matthew Tracy, the leasee, then aged about 13 years; or for the term of 21 years from the 29th September 1824; the life is still in being, and is aged about 43 years...

 

Edward Tracy, DMP 3042, born 1825, Castlejordan, King’s County

The Dublin Metropolitan Police: A Short History and Genealogical Guide by Jim Herlihy. Four Courts, 2001

 

1826 Tenants of Prittie Estate, Tipperary & Offaly .

Tenant – Place – Rent (£.s.d)

Roger Tracy – Loughane – 0.11.4

Michael Treacy – Killawardy (Tipp) – 16.3.3

Michael Treacy – Wood (Tipp) – 7.10.3

http://www.flyleaf.ie/blog/

 

British War Office - Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Peter Tracey born Ballyboy, Offaly. Served in 75th Foot Regiment; 91st Foot Regiment Discharged aged 39, 1827-1848

Peter Tracey, b. 1808 Frankford, Kings (Offaly)

British Army Pensioners in South Africa 19th Century

Name

Pension Awarded

Unit/Regiment

Residence

Source

Volume

Page

Index No.

Died

Death Place

Peter Tracy

6 Jun 1848

91st Foot

Auckland, Cape

WO120

70

113

6220

1851

 

17th April 1827 Clonmacnoise [Offaly parish]

George Tracy churchwarden

 

20 June 1829 (FJ) O'Connell Fund

From Tullamore and Durrow, King's County...Wm. Tracy...

 

1829-1833 Juvenile association for promoting the education of the deaf and dumb poor of Ireland

Mrs. Treacey, 2s 6d, Diocesan School, Ballymena

Mrs. Tracey, 1s 6d, Mrs C and Mrs Montgomereys Card, Ballymena

Master R. Tracy, 3d, Rebecca Parkers Card, Banagher

Mr. Tracy, 1s, Master Robert Deverells Card, Tullamore

Mrs. Tracy, 6d, Mis Welchs Card, Maryborough

M. L. Tracey, Esq, 2s 6d, Miss E Cuppaidges Card, Galway

 

British War Office

Patrick Tracey b. 1810 Lusmaugh, King’s enl. 36th Foot in 1829 Temporary pension paid at Athlone 6th Dec 1859 to 28th March 1860 WO22/144

 

1820s-1830s Tithe Records

Alphabetical

 By Area

 

Andrew Trassy, Ballinakill, Dunkerrin, King's [Rathnaveoge, Tipperary], 1825

 

Barny Tracy, Gorteen, Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny, [Offaly] 1833

 

Catherine Tracy [widow], Charles Town (part of Clara town), Kilbride (Kilcoursey), King's, 1826

Catherine Tracy [widow], Charles Town, Kilbride (Kilcoursey), Meath, [Offaly], 1825

 

Daniel Trassy, Killooly, Killoughy, King's, 1825

Darby Trassy, Loglass, Killoughy, King's, 1825

Denis Tracey, Ballingrawn [Ballingorraun], Cullenwaine, King's, 1824

 

Hugh Tracy, Cappineur [Cappancur], Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny, [Offaly] 1833

 

J Tracy, Derry Holmes [Derryholmes or Timolin & Derryharan], Tisaran, King's, 1828

J Tracy, Derry Holmis [Derryholmes or Timolin & Derryharan], Tisaran, King's, 1828 [dulicate]

Joe Tracy, Ballydownan, Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny [Offaly], 1833

John Tracey, Fancroft, Seirkieran, King's, 1833

John Tracey, Wilton, Kilmanaghan, King's, Westmeath, [Offaly] 1827

John Tracey, Wilton, Kilmanaghan, King's, Westmeath, [Offaly] 1827

John Tracy, Bowness [Boroniss?], Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny [Offaly], 1833

John Tracy, Wilton, Kilmanaghan, King's, Westmeath, [Offaly] 1827

Judath Treacy, Sereggan and Ross [Ross], Lynally, King's, 1825

 

Michael Tracey, Tinnacree [Tinnycross], Kilbride (Ballycowan), Meath [Offaly], 1825

Michael Tracey, Tinnycross [Tinnycross], Kilbride (Ballycowan), King's, 1826 [duplicate]

Michael Tracy [& others], Dernanough [Derrynanagh], Rahan, Meath [Offaly], 1830

Michael Tracy, Gar [Garr], Castlejordan, King's, 1828

Michael Tracy, Tipperary? [Barnagrotty?], Borrisnafarney, King's, 1828

Michael Treacy, Glassloon And Ballynacard [Glascloon], Aghancon, King's, 1828

Michl Tracy, Cool West [Coole], Ballyburly, King's, 1830-1836

Michl Tracy, Cool West [Coole], Ballyburly, King's, 1830-1836

Michl Treacy, Glascloon And Ballynacard [Glascloon], Aghancon, King's, 1828

Patt Trassy, Rosamina [Rossamine], Shinrone, King's, 1824 [twice]

 

Simon Treacy, Parsonstown Parks, Birr, King's, 1823 [landlord of Thomas Woods?]

 

Thomas Tracey, Tinnacree [Tinnycross], Kilbride (Ballycowan), Meath , [Offaly], 1825

Thomas Tracey, Tinnacross [Tinnycross], Kilbride (Ballycowan), King's, [duplicate]

Thomas Tracy, Ballyduff, Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny [Offaly], 1833

Thomas Tracy, Cappineur [Cappancur], Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny [Offaly], 1833

Thomas Tracy, Derry Holmes [Derryholmes or Timolin & Derryharan], Tisaran, King's, 1828

Thomas Tracy, Derry Holmis [Derryholmes or Timolin & Derryharan], Tisaran, King's, 1828 [dulicate]

Thomas Tracy, Erry Chashawaun [Erry], Kilbride (Kilcoursey), Meath [Offaly], 1825

Thomas Tracy, Erry Chishawaun [Erry], Kilbride (Kilcoursey), King's, 1826 [duplicate]

Thomas Treacey, Aughanaugh [Aghnananagh?], Kilbride (Ballycowan), Meath [Offaly], 1825

Thomas Treacey, Aughanaugh [Aghnananagh?], Kilbride (Ballycowan), King's, [duplicate]

Thomas Treacey, Aughanaugh [Aghnananagh?], Kilbride (Ballycowan), King's, 1826 [duplicate]

Ths Tracy [Reps of], Erry Closhawaun, Kilmanaghan, King's, Westmeath, 1827 [Kilbride (Kilcoursey), Offaly]

Timothy Tracy, Coulish [Clonlisk], Kilcommon [Kilcomin], King's, 1838

Tom Tracey, Ballingrawn [Ballingorraun], Cullenwaine, King's, 1824

 

Tracy [Mrs], Gurteen [Gorteen], Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny [Offaly], 1833

Tracy [Wd], Ard, Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny [Offaly], 1833

Trassy [NONE], Loughane [Loughan], Dunkerrin [Finglas], King's, 1825

Treacy, [Glebe] Castle, Aghancon, King's, 1828

 

William Treacy, Endrim, Wheery, King's, 1830

Willm Trassy, Clyduff, Dunkerrin, King's, 1825

Willm W Tracy, Aghanvilla And Down [Aghanvilla], Ballykean, King's, 1825-1828

Wm Treacy [& Co], Endrim, Wheery, King's, 1830 [Duplicate Wherry]

Wm Treacy [& Co], Wherry, Wheery, King's, 1830 [Duplicate Endrim]

 

 

Treacy, [Glebe] Castle, Aghancon, King's, 1828

 

Michael Tracy [& others], Dernanough [Derrynanagh], Rahan, Meath [Offaly], 1830

 

Barny Tracy, Gorteen, Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny, [Offaly] 1833

Hugh Tracy, Cappineur [Cappancur], Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny, [Offaly] 1833

Joe Tracy, Ballydownan, Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny [Offaly], 1833

John Tracy, Bowness [Boroniss?], Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny [Offaly], 1833

Thomas Tracy, Ballyduff, Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny [Offaly], 1833

Thomas Tracy, Cappineur [Cappancur], Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny [Offaly], 1833

Tracy [Mrs], Gurteen [Gorteen], Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny [Offaly], 1833

Tracy [Wd], Ard, Gaulskill [Geashill], Kilkenny [Offaly], 1833

 

John Tracey, Wilton, Kilmanaghan, King's, Westmeath, [Offaly] 1827

John Tracey, Wilton, Kilmanaghan, King's, Westmeath, [Offaly] 1827

John Tracy, Wilton, Kilmanaghan, King's, Westmeath, [Offaly] 1827

 

Michael Treacy, Glassloon And Ballynacard [Glascloon], Aghancon, King's, 1828

Michl Treacy, Glascloon And Ballynacard [Glascloon], Aghancon, King's, 1828

 

Michl Tracy, Cool West [Coole], Ballyburly, King's, 1830-1836

Michl Tracy, Cool West [Coole], Ballyburly, King's, 1830-1836

 

Willm W Tracy, Aghanvilla And Down [Aghanvilla], Ballykean, King's, 1825-1828

 

Simon Treacy, Parsonstown Parks, Birr, King's, 1823 [landlord of Thomas Woods?]

 

Michael Tracy, Tipperary? [Barnagrotty?], Borrisnafarney, King's, 1828

 

Michael Tracy, Gar [Garr], Castlejordan, King's, 1828

 

Denis Tracey, Ballingrawn [Ballingorraun], Cullenwaine, King's, 1824

Tom Tracey, Ballingrawn [Ballingorraun], Cullenwaine, King's, 1824

 

Andrew Trassy, Ballinakill, Dunkerrin, King's [Rathnaveoge, Tipperary], 1825

Trassy [NONE], Loughane [Loughan], Dunkerrin [Finglas], King's, 1825

Willm Trassy, Clyduff, Dunkerrin, King's, 1825

 

Catherine Tracy [widow], Charles Town, Kilbride (Kilcoursey), Meath, [Offaly], 1825

Thomas Tracy, Erry Chashawaun [Erry], Kilbride (Kilcoursey), Meath [Offaly], 1825

Ths Tracy [Reps of], Erry Closhawaun, Kilmanaghan, King's, Westmeath, 1827 [Kilbride (Kilcoursey), Offaly]

 

Michael Tracey, Tinnacree [Tinnycross], Kilbride (Ballycowan), Meath [Offaly], 1825

Thomas Tracey, Tinnacree [Tinnycross], Kilbride (Ballycowan), Meath , [Offaly], 1825

 

Thomas Treacey, Aughanaugh [Aghnananagh?], Kilbride (Ballycowan), Meath [Offaly], 1825

 

Catherine Tracy [widow], Charles Town (part of Clara town), Kilbride (Kilcoursey), King's, 1826

 

Michael Tracey, Tinnycross [Tinnycross], Kilbride (Ballycowan), King's, 1826 [duplicate]

Thomas Tracey, Tinnacross [Tinnycross], Kilbride (Ballycowan), King's, [duplicate]

Thomas Tracy, Erry Chishawaun [Erry], Kilbride (Kilcoursey), King's, 1826 [duplicate]

 

Thomas Treacey, Aughanaugh [Aghnananagh?], Kilbride (Ballycowan), King's, [duplicate]

Thomas Treacey, Aughanaugh [Aghnananagh?], Kilbride (Ballycowan), King's, 1826 [duplicate]

 

Timothy Tracy, Coulish [Clonlisk], Kilcommon [Kilcomin], King's, 1838

 

Daniel Trassy, Killooly, Killoughy, King's, 1825

Darby Trassy, Loglass, Killoughy, King's, 1825

 

Judath Treacy, Sereggan and Ross [Ross], Lynally, King's, 1825

 

John Tracey, Fancroft, Seirkieran, King's, 1833

 

Patt Trassy, Rosamina [Rossamine], Shinrone, King's, 1824 [twice]

 

J Tracy, Derry Holmes [Derryholmes or Timolin & Derryharan], Tisaran, King's, 1828

J Tracy, Derry Holmis [Derryholmes or Timolin & Derryharan], Tisaran, King's, 1828 [dulicate]

Thomas Tracy, Derry Holmes [Derryholmes or Timolin & Derryharan], Tisaran, King's, 1828

Thomas Tracy, Derry Holmis [Derryholmes or Timolin & Derryharan], Tisaran, King's, 1828 [dulicate]

 

William Treacy, Endrim, Wheery, King's, 1830

Wm Treacy [& Co], Endrim, Wheery, King's, 1830 [Duplicate Wherry]

Wm Treacy [& Co], Wherry, Wheery, King's, 1830 [Duplicate Endrim]

 

 

1830 Royal Commission for inquiring into the condition of the poorer classes in Ireland

Plantiff: Patrick Treacy, Defendant: Catherine Delany, House, Dunkerrin Clonisk Kings Co, £0/18/0 rent, Overholding, Pliant dismissed, Issued

 

British War Office - Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

James Treacy born Kilbride, Offaly. Served in 30th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 42, 1831-1853

James Treacy, b. 1810 Tullamore, Kings (Offaly)

 

British War Office

John Tracey b. 1813 Kilmalogue, King’s 27th Foot deserted 1832 Servant FMP

 

1833 Detailed Account of Expenses incurred under Population Act for Ireland, 1831 [census]

Enumerator: George Tracy, King's County £37/0/0 [highest amount for the county]

 

19 November 1833 Pawnbroking in Ireland

Pawnbroker: Patrick Carroll of Birr

Surities: Simon Treacy gentleman, Stephen Woods grocer & Denton Hemsworth appraiser, all Birr

 

1833-1856

...The last renewal of the lease is dated 19th July 1833, from Lord Downes to Thomas Neville Bagot and William Bigoe Armstrong, esquires, and is for the lives of William Weldon Tracy, William Tracy, his son, and the present King of Hanover, of whom the said william Tracy and the King of Hanover are living...The Portarlington and Tullamore Railway runs through the lands, on which is also situated the Geashill station...

 

British War Office

Patrick Tracey b. 1812 Sailrone [Shinrone?], King’s. 59th Foot deserted 1833 labourer FMP

 

British War Office

Patrick Tracey b. 1816 Scarry, King’s (Offally) 22nd Foot

 

1834 Statement of outrages in baronies of Ballyboy, Ballybrit, Eglish and Garrycastle in the King's County from 1 january to 12 April 1834

17 January. Same evening, an armed party entered the house of Martin Killan of Charlestown; beat him, and cautioned him against teling lies of his neighbours. They taxed Killan with being the cause of a man being turned out of a Mr. Tracey's employment.

 

1835 State of religious and other instruction now existing in Ireland

Diocese of Meath

Killoughy. Hedge school at Pallas kept by John Tracey, payments by children of 1.5d to 2d per week, school open three months, reading writing and arithmetic Roman Catholic catechism.

Diocese of Killaloe

Roscomroe [Offaly]: Private day school kept by John Tracy. Small quarterly payments of children. Males 49 Females 39. Summer about 40. Reading writting arithmetric and bookkeeping.

 

British War Office - Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

John Tracey/Treacy born Birr, Offaly. Served in 49th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 32, 1835-1853

John Tracey, b. 1821 Birr, Kings (Offaly)

John tracy (private 49 Reg no 758), b. Birr Kings, joined at Maryareebough Bengal on the 10 August 1835 at the age of fourteen years 28 days, served 14 years 85 days abroad East Indies 1 year 3 months, China 2 years 10 months, Ioman Isles 2 years 1 months, Malta 7 months. Being unfit for further service (unsound mind). Expelled Kilmainham House 4 May 1850 for disrespectful conduct to an officer. Discharged at Charham 23 December 1853 aged 32 years 6 months. 5'6.5", light hair, blue eyes, fresh complexion.

John Tracey b. 1821 Ballinasloe/Birr, King’s Offaly 49th Foot 1835-53 Pension transferred from Belfast to Athlone temporarily 27th Dec 1853 WO22/144

John Tracey, born abt 1821 Birr, Kings, No. 758 Private 49th Foot, joined age 14 on the 10 Aug 1835 Ivayarubaugh, Bengal

 

1835-1857 Merchant Navy Seamen

John Tracy, b. Woodfield [Clare, Galway or Offaly?]

 

1836 Royal Commission for inquiring into the condition of the poorer classes in Ireland

Plantiff: John Drought, Defendant: Patrick Treacy and 3 others, Lands, 18/0/0 plantation, Aughancon Ballybrit Kings Co, £30/0/0 rent, Overholding, Decreed on hearing, Issued

1832 Plantiff: Daniel Delany, Defendant: Barnabas Tracy, House and Lands, - acres, Geashill Geashill Kings Co, £15/0/0 rent, Overholding, Plaint dismissed, Not Issued

 

1836-37 Electors registered

John Tracey, freeholder, £10

Thomas Tracey, leaseholder, £10

 

1836-1840 Outrage Reports Ireland

Denis Treacy, 1838, Cullenwain, Offaly (King's)

Pat Tracy, 1836, Corbally, Offaly (King's)

Susanna Tracy, 1838, Same, Offaly (King's)

 

12 May 1837 & 4 May 1839 Deed [26 Feb 1801 & 6 Jul 1762]

Witness: William Weldon Tracy of Ards, Kings Co solicitor

 

1837 Simon Treacy, Prerogative Court will. Exec: A Treacy, Parsonstown, (Birr, Co. Offaly). IWR/1837/F/638.

 

1837 Lewis's Topographical Dictionary of Ireland

Rathcoole…This place formerly gave the title of Viscount to the family of Tracey, to which James Tracey, Esq., of Geashill, in King's county, is at present prosecuting his claim before the House of Lords. (see Tracy Peerage Case I and II)

 

15 November 1837- 16 August 1838 Pawnbrokers in Ireland

27 Mar, 1818 Bond

Pawnbroker: Christopher Wall, 18 Mary's Abbey

Sureties: - - Thomas Tracy, Mabbot Street; (Dublin)

Christopher Hodgers, 167 Church Street;

and John Scott of Kildare, Hotel-keeper

June 8 1829 Pawnbroker application

Applicant: William Treacy, jun Mountrath

Sureties: Charles Pim of Mountrath, Gentleman

James Demsey of Mountrath, Shopkeeper

John Cunningham, of Derrough, Esq.

25 May 1833 Pawnbroker application

Applicant: Henry Jones Edenderry

Sureties: John Walker, Tullamore, Publican

James Clarke, Gallen, Collector

Thomas Hackett, Ballydaly, Farmer

Simon Treacy, Birr, Gentleman

29 April 1835 Pawnbroker application

Applicatant: John Phelan of Roscrea

Sureties: Thomas Mockham, John Hart & Michael Treacy, Shopkeepers of Roscrea

21 April 1838 Returns from the Marshal of the City of Dublin

Pawnbroker: William Tracey of Montrath, May 1829, 15000 tickets

21 April 1838 Returns from the Marshal of the City of Dublin

Pawnbroker: William Tracey of Montrath, May 1829, 20,000 tickets

21 April 1838 Returns from the Marshal of the City of Dublin

Pawnbroker: William Tracey of Montrath, May 1829, 19,872 tickets, £2263s19d-

21 April 1838 Returns from the Marshal of the City of Dublin

Pawnbroker: William Tracey of Montrath, May 1829, 26,884 tickets, £3565s7d7

Parliamentary Papers of Great Britain

 

1798-1914 Register of Enlisted USA

Dennis F Triacy, 34 years, hazle eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5’5”, born Kings Ireland, stonecutter, enlisted 28 Dec 1839 New Orleans by Lt Blanchard for 5 years, 3 Inf I, deserted 16 Sept 41

Edward Tracey, 23 years, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’8”, born Kings Co Ireland, labourer, enlisted 16 Aug 1848 Louisville by Capt Whiting, 8 Inf K, died 19 Mch 49, At New Orleans Bks, A Private

Edward Treacy, 25 years, grey eyes, fair hair, fair complexion, 6’-“, born Kings Ireland, labourer, enlisted 16 Sep 1851 by Capt Smith, Rifle F, discharged 16 June ’55, having been appointed 2nd Lieutenant in Rifle Regiment to date from May 2d 1855 at Fort Merrill Texas, A Sergeant.

EDWARD TREACY. [Born in Ireland.-Appointed from the Army.] MILITARY HISTORY. - Served as a Private and Sergeant -U. S. Army. Second Lieutenant U. S. Mounted Rifles, May, 1855. In New Mexico and Texas. First Lieutenant 3d U. S. Cavalry, May, 1861. Engaged at the actions of Valverde, Peralta, and Albuquerque, N. M. Captain 3d'U. S. Cavalry, November, 1861. Died at Cincinnati, O., February 15, 1864. [Military record of civilian appointments in the United States Army. By Guy V. Henry.]

Michael Tracey, 27 years, blue eyes, black hair, florid complexion, 5’3.5”, born Kings Ireland, stonecutter, enlisted 21 Aug 1837 Philadephia by Capt McCall for 3 years, 4 Art C, discharged 21 Aug ’40 exper of service, P.O. July 23/52 at Camp Fenwick Michigan (A Private)

Michael Treacy, enlisted 18 may 1865 Cornwall NY by Capt Arnold for 3 years, born Kings Co Ireland, 25 years, labourer, blue eyes, lt brown hair, ruddy complexion, 6’, G.S. N, dischagd May 18/68 exp of service at West Pt NY, a Pvt 

Thomas Treacy, born Tollamore [Tullamore Offaly] Ireland, 22 years, blacksmith, enlisted 28 April 1855 at New Haven by Lieut Bifrell for 5 years, blue eyes, brown hair, light complexion, 5’8.5”, discharged 16 July 55 Civic Authority, deserted 30 Apr 55 apprehended 25 June 55, at Ft Columbus NY ct

Thomas Tracy, born Kings Ireland, 21 years, blacksmith, enlisted 14 Aug 1855 at Chicago by Lieut Collins for 5 years, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’8.5”, Rifle A, 14 Aug ’60 exp of service, at Hatch’s Ranch N.M., a blacksmith

William Treacy, born Kings Ireland, 21 years, Turner, enlisted 1 Dec 1854 New York by Lieut Garnett for 5 years, hazel eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’10”, 1 Arty A, 1 Dec ’59, exp of service, At Fort Monroe Va, a private, P.O. No 319,097 Supt 34/63

William Tracy, enlisted 4 Feb 1865 New York NY for three years, born Kings Co Ireland, 30 years, solier, hazel eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’10.5”, 2 G.S. Inf, Discharged Feby 4/68 exp of service at Ft Columbus, b. F If, a

 

24th of February 1838 Hue and Cry

12. Description return of Patrick Cornelius and Andrew Tracy, of Lugglass, King's County, for a murderous assault on James Looby, on the 24th February last.

 

1838 The Catholic Directory, Ecclasiastical Register, and Almanac

Diocese of Ossory

Chapter – Treasurer: Rev. Wm. Tracey.

Northern District

Wm. Tracey, Parish priest, Rathdowney

Diocess of Dromore

Newry

Convent Sacred Institute of Saint Clare - Mother Abbess is Mrs. MM Tracy.

Diocess of Kildare and Leighlin

Wm Tracy, Curate Kilcock

F Tracy, Curate Ballyfin

Felix Tracy, Curate, Mountmellick

Diocess of Killaloe

Patrick Tracy, Parish Priest, Toomgreary, Scariff

 

1 May 1839 (FJ) Fabricated Outrages

Quarter sessions of Birr...alledged assult on Hoskins by Tracy...Patrick Tracy, the father of the prisoner...verdict of not guilty...perjury procedings...

 

British War Office - Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Thomas Tracey born Birr, Offaly. Served in 17th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 23 1839-1848

 

Ireland-Australia Transportation Database (1780-1868)

SURNAME: TREACY

OTHER NAMES: JOHN

AGE: 19                 

PLACE OF TRIAL: Kings County     

TRIAL DATE: 07/03/1839

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Malicious Assault

SENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: Tr 3, p 100

 

1839 Kings County Gaol

Patrick Tracey

Andrew Tracey

Sessional Papers

 

10 July 1841  Wexford Conservative

Threatening Notices - Discharge of firearms. A few nights ago an armed party visited the houses of James Toohy, Michael Gleeson and William Tracey near Dunkerrin, and served them with threatening notices.

 

1841 Naturalization Delarations Albany NY

John Tracey, 31, Co Offaly, Dublin, Albany, Aug 19

http://www.connorsgenealogy.com/Albany/AlbanyIrishBorn1841.htm

 

1841 & 1851 Census - 1908 Pensions Act

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

 

IG Record 21547

Treacy John John Treacy Mary Treacy nee SWEENEY Gorteen Roscrea Ballybritt Kings 1917 - Mr E.J. Guilmartin, Rosemary Street, Roscrea, Kings.

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-6.html?lang=en&limit=100&limitstart=20200

Gorteen, Roscrew, Co. Offaly

John Treacy        Applicant                             

John Treacy        Father                                   

Mary Sweeney   Mother

 

IG Record 21546

FITZPATRICK Margaret William FITZPATRICK Ann FITZPATRICK nee Tracy Ballyduff Roscrea Ballybritt Kings 1917 - Mrs Margaret Fitzgibbon, 803 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y. Born 1838. William dead in 1851. Ann Tracy, widow, head in 1851. 1841 Mary 6, Ann 4, Margt. 3. Ballyduff. 1851 Margt. 12, Peter 7, Anne 14. Gorteen.

Ballyduff, Roscrew, Co. Offaly

Margaret Fitzpatrick         Applicant                                             

Mary Fitzpatrick                               6            

Peter Fitzpatrick                                                            

Ann Fitzpatrick                                4            

Margt Fitzpatrick                             3            

Margt Fitzpatrick                             12          

Peter Fitzpatrick                               7            

Anne Fitzpatrick                              14          

Cons Fitzpatrick                               41          

William Fitzpatrick                                                         

Margt Fitzpatrick                             51          

Mary Anne Fitzpatrick                                                   

William Fitzpatrick           Father                                   

Ann Tracy                         Mother                  

 

21 Jan 1842 Loyal National Repeal Association

...John Tracy, Frankford, Kings County...

 

British Civil Service Evidence Of Age

Cornelius Treacy, born 1852 Moneygall King's County Ireland

Patrick Tracy, born 1840 Tullamore King's County Ireland

 

5 July 1843 Wexford Conservative

[Birr]...Mr. Thomas Tracy, deposed to finding the body in the river...- Leinster Express

 

19 August 1843 (N) Inquest at Parsonstown

jury...Robert Tracy...

19 August 1843 Wexford Conservative 

Assassination of the adjutant of the 5th Fusiliers...Parsonstown...inquest...Jury...Robert Tracey...

 

14 October 1843 Persons murdered

Margaret Tracey, poor woman, Ballybritt, Kings Co.

Parliamentary Papers

 

September 12, 1844 (FJ) Victory of O'Connell

Dunkerrin and Moneygall...A man by the name of Tracy was dragged and beaten by the police, whom he will summon to the next petty session at Moneygall.

 

October 5, 1844 (FJ) The Shinrone Police - Government Investigation

...Denis Tracey...examined...I am a constable stationed at Cooraclavin [Corraclevin Dunkerrin, Offaly]...

5th October 1844 The Tablet

…Sub-Constable Mathew Copeland sworn and examined by Mr. Corballis—I am a member of the King's County Constabulary; I was stationed in Cooraclavin, in October, 1843 ; there were at the station four sub-constables and one coeetable ; their names were Carroll, Burke, Tracy [Denis Tracey], and myself, sub-constables, and the constable (Brophy); Brophy had the command of the Cooraclavin station ; Cooraclavin is in the Shinrone district, and under the command of Sub-Inspector Parker;...

7 Oct 1844 (CE) The Shinrone Police-Government Investigation at the castle

Denis Tracey was then called and examined. He deposed as follows ; I am a constable ; I was stationed at Cooraclavin in September and October last under Constable Brephy's command; I know Martin White ; 1 never saw him in the plantation with Brophy...

 

5th October 1846 Loans made by Commission of Public Works

John Treacy, Clonlisk, Kings Co, £9/17/111

Sessional Papers

 

1846 Slater's national commercial directory of Ireland

Birr

Robert Treacy, boot and shoe makers, Cumberland st

Thomas Treacy, boot and shoe makers, Cumberland st

Tullamore

Andrew Treacey, eating and lodging house, Bridge st

 

1846-1851 New York arrivals

John Tracey, age 22, Labourer, Offaly Ireland to New York, Liverpool: Swan 11/30/1848

 

December 17, 1847 (FJ) Death from Exposure to cold

Thursday morning information reached this town that a car-driver named Treacy, who left this on a previous day, was found lying dead in a moor, at Ballincard, near Frankford...his wife and relations...- King's County Chronicle

 

December 23, 1847 (FJ)

Acting Constable M'Donald of the Emill station, arrested Denis Treacy in a bog near Dunkerrin, who has been fully identified and committed to gaol by the Moneygall bench of magistrates to stand trial for attacking Mr. Burris, jun, and robbing him of his gun. - Nenagh Guardian

 

Ireland-Australia Transportation Database (1780-1868)

SURNAME: TRACY

OTHER NAMES: DENIS

AGE: 19                 

PLACE OF TRIAL: Kings Co             

TRIAL DATE: 28/02/1848

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Robbery with violence

SENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 7, p 93

 

1848 Kilcommon

Teachers: Con O'Brien and Sarah Treacy.

 

1848? Dunkerrin Auxiliary Workhouse under the care of Mr Treacy, schoolmaster and an assistant matron.

Dunkerrin By Seamus O Riain, Dunkerrin History Committee, 1988

 

1848-9

30. 33 on map. Thomas Tracy, Moneygall, Kilkearan, otherwise Rathkearan & Gurrane, Clonlisk [Offaly], House and garden in town, 0a/1r/21p, £3 rent, Lease; Rev William Minchin to Thomas Tracy, dated 21st February 1849 for 21 years from 1st November 1848.

1850-1

5. 5 on map. James Tracy, Moneygall, Kilkearan, otherwise Rathkearan & Gurrane, Clonlisk [Offaly], garden in Town, 0a/0r/22p, £0.18.5.5 rent, Lease; Rev William Minchin to James Tracy dated 30th October 1850 for the lives of James Tracy the leasee and of George Gresson and William Gresson, esqrs, the two only sons of the rev William Gresson of Larchvale, near Moneygall, with covenant for perpetual renewal on payment of 1s renewal fine on the fall of each life. This lease gives the tenant liberty to cut, save and carry away turf on and from the Bog of Green Hills...

 

1849

6. Edward Tracy, Rogerstown [Coolestown Offaly], 5a/0r/11p, 3a/3r/0p plantation, £6.3.3 rent, Lease dated 14th December 1849 for 31 years from March 1849. In this lease are excepted...

 

8th May 1849 Commissioners of Public Works - Drainage, Naviagtion and Waterpower

Treacy's Mills, Shinrone, King's County

 

June 16, 1849 (FJ) Marriages

May 14, in New York, George Bennett, Esq., Lieutenant in the 2d West India regiment, to Dorinda, youngest daughter of the late Simon Treacy, of Parsonstown.

Dorinda Tracy & George Bennett (Lieutenant 2nd W.I. Regt, Spanish Town)

William Tracy Bennett b. 2 Mar 1850 Jamaica Church of England Parish

 

Memphis to New York, 27th July 1842

Mathilda Treacy, 24, Last Place of Residence: Gt Brit 

Jane Treacy, 19, Last Place of Residence: Gt Brit 

Dernida Treacy, 17, Last Place of Residence: Gt Brit 

 

November 8, 1849 (FJ) The National Conference

...John Treacey, mill owner, Kilcommon, Shinrone...

10 November 1849 (N) National Conference

John Treacey, mill owner, Kilcommon, Shinrone. [Offaly]

 

1 December 1849 (N)

The Nenagh Guardian gives an account of an incendiary fire near Ross at the borders of the Kings County, upon the property of a Mr. Kennedy...There can be no doubt but the fire was malicious, because Kennedy had taken, about five years ago, an extensive farm from Mr. Hackett, of Parsonstown, from which a tenant named Tracy was dispossessed...

 

1849 Loans - Commissioners of Public Works

John Treacy, Clonlisk, Kings. £9/17s/11d

1852 Return of Works of Drainage executed

John Treacy, Clonlisk, Kings. £9/17s/11d, 2a/0r/0p subsoiling

 

April 18, 1850 (FJ) Death

April 15, in Eccles street, aged 87 years, William W. Tracy, esq.

1850 William Tracy, Kings Co. & Eccles St, Dublin (Prerogative Will)

September 5, 1860 (FJ) Marriage

August 28, in Monkstown Church, John Hunter, of Great Denmark street, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late William Weldon Tracy, of Ard, in the King's County.

Tracy, October 29th 1874, at 27 Leeson Park, Martha, daughter of the late William Weldon Tracy, of Ard, in the King's County, Esq.

 

1851 Tullamore - Wesleyan Methodist Preacher (see Richard Taylor Tracey)

 

1851

13. John Bridle and Bernard Cannon Representatives of Patrick Treacy, Ballysheil [Gallen Offaly], 3a/0r/22p, £1.17.7.5 rent, Under the Court pending the cause

 

1851

5. John Tracy and Andrew Mara, Cush, King's County, 5a/2r/20p, £1.10.0 rent each, Under the Court pending the Cause.

 

Adelaide, London/Plymouth 8th November 1851, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 31st January 1852.

John Freacy (Treacy?), 19, Agr. Labourer - Kings county

Edward Freacy (Treacy?), 23, Agr. Labourer - Kings county

3 February 1852  South Australian Register (Adelaide)

Passangers per Adelaide..John and Edward Treacy...

 

May 6, 1852 (FJ) Manufacture Movement

...The Secretary next proposes Mr. Tracy, miller, of Shinrone...

 

June 10, 1852 (FJ) Court of Chancery

Henry Sandes and William Tracy, Petitioners; Charles Osborne, Repondent...Lands of Ballymagarvey, situated in the Barony of Duleek and County of Meath, containing 128 Acres or thereabouts...apply to Mr. William Tracy, Solicitor for Petitioners, 34 Eccles street...

 

1850-1883 New York Emigrant Savings Bank Records

 

8 Mar 1853 3844 James Treacy, clerk, Cor 38th St & 8th Ave?, Nat of Tullamore Kings Co. Arrd NY apr 30/46 per the Remittance from Lpool? fam Io Miche Mo dead Margt Daly &? Bros Denis in NY Michl & Peter & Patk, Jno in Mass, Sisin B Maria "As Single" (8 Mar 1853 - 22 Jul 1854 balance $367.68)

10 Jul 1855 9546 James Tracey & Jno Grimmon, Policman, of 8th Avenue, 708, Same as 3844, J Grimman is from Aharney Kings Co & ard March 25/49 per ship "Columbia" from Liverpool, parents dead Fa Hugh Mo Ellen O Brien & single

 

29 Dec 1853 6123 Denis Tracy, policeman, of Elizabeth St, 178, native of Tullamore Kings Co Ireland, ard NY apr 7/1841 per ship "Cambridge" from Lpool Fa? in Ballydaly Kings Co Michl Mo dead Margt Daly & married to mary AnnEgan 2 child Mary Ann & Margt

13 Dec 1854 8278 Denis Tracey, Policeman, of Elizabeth St, 178, Native of Tullamore Kings Co Ireland. Arrived NY 15 years ago per ship "Cambridge" from Lpool, fa living Michael, Mo dead Margt Daly - is married to Mary Egan, 2 child

31 Oct 1855 10243 Denis Tracy, policeman, of Elizth St, 178, same a 8278

29 Dec 1855 10569 Denis Tracy, policeman, Elizibeth St, 178, same as 6123

30 Apr 1864 40384 Denis C Tracy, of 181 Elizabethet, policeman, born 1825 Co Kings, ard 1842 per "Cambridge" married Mary Ann Egan, 3 child

 

14 Feb 1865 45102 William Tracy, of Co A Permot Party, born 1835 Kings, ard 1851 per "John Lucy" single

 

21 May 1868 64972 Jeremiah Treacy born 1836 Co Kings, of Westpoint NY, labourer, arr 1868 May per "Helvitia" single

 

 

Griffiths Valuation Offaly 1854

Alphabetical

By Area

Anne Tracey Cappancur Geashill Offaly

 

Bernard Tracey Gorteen Geashill Offaly

Bernard Tracy Gorteen Geashill Offaly

 

Bridget Tracey Compton Row, (Townparks) Birr Offaly

Bridget Tracey Wilton Kilmanaghan Offaly

Bridget Tracy Fancroft Seirkieran Offaly

 

Catherine Tracy Fancroft Seirkieran Offaly

Catherine Tracy Town of Tullamore (Part of) Kilbride Offaly

Cornelius Tracy Clonlisk Kilcomin Offaly

 

Denis Tracey Franckfort Dunkerrin Offaly

 

Edward Tracey Franckfort Dunkerrin Offaly

Edward Tracey Rogerstown Monasteroris Offaly

 

Francis Tracey Barnagrotty Borrisnafarney Offaly

 

Hannah Tracy Glasshouse Kilcomin Offaly

 

James Tracey Clashroe Roscomroe Offaly

James Tracey Coolroe Ettagh Offaly

James Tracey Market Lane Off Church Street, Tullamore Kilbride Offaly

James Tracey Town of Moneygall, Moneygall Cullenwaine Offaly

James Tracy Town of Moneygall, Moneygall Cullenwaine Offaly

James Tracy Village of Ballyboy Ballyboy Offaly

James Tressy Town of Cloghan, Magherabane Gallen Offaly

 

John Tracey Drumroe Castletownely Offaly

John Tracey Lemanaghan Lemanaghan Offaly

John Tracy Derrinclare Kilcomin Offaly

John Tracy Kilcomin Kilcomin Offaly

John Tracy Mucklone, East Kilcomin Offaly

 

Judith Tracy Gerryhinch Clonyhurk Offaly

 

Julia Tracy Drumakeenan Ettagh Offaly

 

Lack Tracy Townparks Killaderry Offaly

 

Margaret Tracy Mrs. Town of Portarlington, Kilmalogue Clonyhurk Offaly

 

Martin Tracy Cullenwaine Cullenwaine Offaly

 

Mary Tracey South West Fair Green St., Town of Clara Kilbride Offaly

Mary Tracy Gorteen Roscrea Offaly

 

Matthew Tracy Ballycosney Kilbride Offaly

Matthew Tracy Rosnagowloge or Tirinchinan Kilbride Offaly

 

Michael Tracey Ballyrickardmore Aghancon Offaly

Michael Tracey Garr Castlejordan Offaly

Michael Tracy Ballycosney Kilbride Offaly

Michael Tracy Rosnagowloge or Tirinchinan Kilbride Offaly

 

Patrick Tracey Franckfort Dunkerrin Offaly

Patrick Tracey Ruddock's Lane, Tullamore Kilbride Offaly

Patrick Tracey Wheelwright Lane, Tullamore Kilbride Offaly

Patrick Tracy Crogan Demensne Croghan Offaly

Patrick Tracy Franckfort Dunkerrin Offaly

Patrick Tracy Gorteen Roscrea Offaly

Patrick Tracy Springfield Drumcullen Offaly

 

Rev. R. F. Tracey Tullamore Church Street Kilbride Offaly

 

Robert Tracey Cumberland Street,(Townparks) Birr Offaly

Robert Tracey Townparks Birr Offaly

 

Thomas Tracey Compton Row,(Townparks) Birr Offaly

Thomas Tracey Cumberland Street,(Townparks) Birr Offaly

Thomas Tracey Town of Moneygall,Moneygall Cullenwaine Offaly

Thomas Tracey Village of Geashill,Geashill Geashill Offaly

Thomas Tracey Woodfield or Tullynisk Eglish Offaly

Thomas Tracy Cullenwaine Cullenwaine Offaly

Thomas Tracy Moneygall Cullenwaine Offaly

Thomas Tracy Town of Moneygall, Moneygall Cullenwaine Offaly

 

Tiernan Tracy Kilcummin Tisaran Offaly

 

Timothy Tracey Ballyrihy Dunkerrin Offaly

Timothy Tracey Franckfort Dunkerrin Offaly

 

William Tracey Clyduff Dunkerrin Offaly

William Tracey Coole Ballyburly Offaly

William Tracey Cush East Gallen Offaly

William Tracey Kilcummin Tisaran Offaly

Michael Tracey Ballyrickardmore Aghancon Offaly

 

James Tracy Village of Ballyboy Ballyboy Offaly

 

William Tracey Coole Ballyburly Offaly

 

Bridget Tracey Compton Row, (Townparks) Birr Offaly

Robert Tracey Cumberland Street, (Townparks) Birr Offaly

Robert Tracey Townparks Birr Offaly

Thomas Tracey Compton Row, (Townparks) Birr Offaly

Thomas Tracey Cumberland Street, (Townparks) Birr Offaly

                        

Francis Tracey Barnagrotty Borrisnafarney Offaly

                      

Michael Tracey Garr Castlejordan Offaly

 

John Tracey Drumroe Castletownely Offaly

                      

Judith Tracy Gerryhinch Clonyhurk Offaly

Margaret Tracy Mrs. Town of Portarlington, Kilmalogue Clonyhurk Offaly

                              

Patrick Tracy Crogan Demensne Croghan Offaly

 

James Tracey Town of Moneygall, Moneygall Cullenwaine Offaly

James Tracy Town of Moneygall, Moneygall Cullenwaine Offaly

Martin Tracy Cullenwaine Cullenwaine Offaly

Thomas Tracy Cullenwaine Cullenwaine Offaly

Thomas Tracy Moneygall Cullenwaine Offaly

Thomas Tracey Town of Moneygall,Moneygall Cullenwaine Offaly

Thomas Tracy Town of Moneygall, Moneygall Cullenwaine Offaly

 

Patrick Tracy Springfield Drumcullen Offaly

 

Denis Tracey Franckfort Dunkerrin Offaly

Edward Tracey Franckfort Dunkerrin Offaly

Patrick Tracey Franckfort Dunkerrin Offaly

Patrick Tracy Franckfort Dunkerrin Offaly

Timothy Tracey Ballyrihy Dunkerrin Offaly

Timothy Tracey Franckfort Dunkerrin Offaly

William Tracey Clyduff Dunkerrin Offaly

 

Thomas Tracey Woodfield or Tullynisk Eglish Offaly

 

James Tracey Coolroe Ettagh Offaly

Julia Tracy Drumakeenan Ettagh Offaly

                              

James Tressy Town of Cloghan, Magherabane Gallen Offaly

William Tracey Cush East Gallen Offaly

 

Anne Tracey Cappancur Geashill Offaly

Bernard Tracey Gorteen Geashill Offaly

Bernard Tracy Gorteen Geashill Offaly

Thomas Tracey Village of Geashill,Geashill Geashill Offaly

 

Catherine Tracy Town of Tullamore (Part of) Kilbride Offaly

James Tracey Market Lane Off Church Street, Tullamore Kilbride Offaly

Mary Tracey South West Fair Green St., Town of Clara Kilbride Offaly

Matthew Tracy Ballycosney Kilbride Offaly

Matthew Tracy Rosnagowloge or Tirinchinan Kilbride Offaly

Michael Tracy Ballycosney Kilbride Offaly

Michael Tracy Rosnagowloge or Tirinchinan Kilbride Offaly

Patrick Tracey Ruddock's Lane, Tullamore Kilbride Offaly

Patrick Tracey Wheelwright Lane, Tullamore Kilbride Offaly

Rev. R. F. Tracey Tullamore Church Street Kilbride Offaly

 

Cornelius Tracy Clonlisk Kilcomin Offaly

Hannah Tracy Glasshouse Kilcomin Offaly

John Tracy Derrinclare Kilcomin Offaly

John Tracy Kilcomin Kilcomin Offaly

John Tracy Mucklone, East Kilcomin Offaly

 

Lack Tracy Townparks Killaderry Offaly

 

Bridget Tracey Wilton Kilmanaghan Offaly

 

John Tracey Lemanaghan Lemanaghan Offaly

 

Edward Tracey Rogerstown Monasteroris Offaly

 

James Tracey Clashroe Roscomroe Offaly

 

Mary Tracy Gorteen Roscrea Offaly

Patrick Tracy Gorteen Roscrea Offaly

 

Bridget Tracy Fancroft Seirkieran Offaly

Catherine Tracy Fancroft Seirkieran Offaly

                              

Tiernan Tracy Kilcummin Tisaran Offaly

William Tracey Kilcummin Tisaran Offaly

 

1855 Kilcoursey King's County

Widow Elizabeth Tracey [& 7 others],  Tullygawne, Tullyhanbriney otherwise Tullyaganblaney, otherwise Tullaghanbenbreena, otherwise Clootanny, otherwise Cloghetaney, otherwise Clogherahincy, otherwise Cloghanblaney, otherwise Wilton, 6a/0r/11p Irish, 9a/3r/12p Statute, [combined] £3.8.6 rent, tenant from year to year, lands subject to land improvement loan of £1.19.0 for 22 years

 

1856 Royal Hospital Chelsea Pensioner Registers of Soldiers Who Served in Canada,

William Treacey, 19, b. abt 1830 Dunkerrin Roscray Tipperary, Private 23rd Foot 3463, Attestation 17 Jan 1849 Birr, shoemaker, discharged at Chathlam 29 July 1856 aged 26y5m, 5'7.5" 

William Treacey, born abt 1830 Roscray, Tipperary, No. 3463 Private 23rd Foot, joined age 19 on the 17 Jan 1849 Birr

served nil years abroad, discharged in consequence of disability & unfitness for further military service apld medical certificate...his general character is good & is in posession of one good conduct badge tried of a regimental court marial 2 May 55 for absence without leave bestow 30 days imprisonment.

 

November 28, 1857 (BL) Royal Flax Society of Ireland

...John Tracy, King's county...

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

Edward Treacy 30 Mar 1904 Main Street Birr King's, licensed pawnbroker, to Emily Treacy the widow and Kate Ryan widow

James Tracey 15 Oct 1883 Moneygall King's, farmer, to Thomas Tracey, retired National School Teacher

John Treacy 3 Apr 1865 Kilcommon King's, miller and farmer, to Philip Fanning junior of Castleroan, the substitute of Edward Kirwan

John Treacy 1920 Gurteen Roscrea King's, farmer, to Norah Treacy widow

Joseph Treacy 1920 Shinrone King's, farmer, to Annie Treacy widow

Margaret Treacy 18 Feb 1880 Parsonstown King's, spinster, to nephew James Nolan, labourer

Matthew Treacy 12 May 1897 Ballydaley Tullamore King's, to Margaret Treacy widow

Michael Tracey 9 May 1908 Corrieview Tullamore King's, labourer, died The Workhouse Hospital Tullamore, to Margaret Tracey widow

Michael Tracey 1 Apr 1915 Gau Rhode King's, farmer to James Tracey, labourer

Michael Treacy 1920 Ballydalys Tullamore King's, farmer, to John Treacy, farmer

Patrick Tracey 7 Nov 1901 Cappancur King's, farmer, to Julia Tracey widow

Patrick Treacy 23 Dec 1892 Kilcummin Belmount King's, farmer, to Catherine Treacy widow

Thomas Michael Treacy 8 Jul 1899 Palmerstown Kings Co and late 33 Moyne road Dublin, boot maker, to Thomas Keele, merchant, and Charles W. Scott, gas company, Parsonstown

William Treacey 21 Oct 1893 Kilcummin Belmont King's, farmer, to Margaret Treacey widow

 

Anne Kelly 29 Dec 1895 Moynure King's, widow, to Ellen Treacy (wife of D Treacy)

Patrick Kelly 29 Aug 1895 Moynure King's, farmer, to Ellen Treacy (wife of D Treacy)

Margaret Coghlan 11 Jul 1890 Fever Hospital Birr King's, to Rev Robert H Little of Six Mile Bridge Clare & Edward Treacey of Birr, merchant

Edward Walsh Rev 16 Oct 1901 Clonbullogue King's, to Rev Matthew Tracy RCC

Mary Bannon 25 Mar 1893 Gurteen King's, widow, to John Treacy, farmer

Edward Gilmoure 7 Jun 1882 Tullamore King's, civil bill officer, to Ellen Tracey (wife of Christopher Tracey) of Tullamore, civil bill officer

 

1858 RIC

Michael Tracy, 23863

Michl Tracy, 23863, 20 (b.c. 1838), enlisted 11 Sep 1858, b. Kings [Offaly], RC, married 10/11/1880, wife from Waterford, Labr, to Waterford 12/2/59 Waterford City

Michael Treacy, 23074

Michl Tracy, 23074, 21, (b,c, 1837), enlaited 17-Mar 1858, b. Kings [Offaly] Tipperary S, RC, Labr, to Wexford 16/7/58 Reserve 1/5/62

 

1860- British War Office – Chelsea Hospital

Christopher Tracey, b. 1883 Tullamore, Kings (Offaly) WO96 Militia  

David Tracey, b. 1776 Rahue, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea  

Edward Tracey, b. 1872 Bannagher, Kings (Offaly) WO96 Militia  

Edward Treacy, b. 1869 Banagher, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea  

Edward Treacy, b. 1879 Tullamore, Kings (Offaly) WO96 Militia  

Edward Treacy, b. 1879 Tullamore, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea  

James Tracey, b. ? Kilkenny, Kilkenny WO97 Chelsea  

James Tracey, b. 1783 Clara, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea  

James Tracey, b. 1858 Birr, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea [see Birr]

James Tracy, b. 1838 Kinnelty, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea  

James Treacy, b. 1810 Tullamore, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea  

John Tracey, b. ? Tullamore, Kings WO121 Chelsea  

John Tracey, b. ? Tullamore, Kings WO121 Chelsea  

John Tracey, b. 1821 Birr, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea  

John Tracy, b. 1806 Phillipstown, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea  

Michl Tracey, b. 1863 Cloghan, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea  

Patrick Tracey, b. ? Clearagh, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea  

Peter Tracey, b. 1808 Frankford, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea  

Thomas Treacy, b. ? Cloohan, Kings (Offaly) WO96 Militia  

William Tracey, b. 1807 Philips Town, Kings (Offaly) WO131 Chelsea  

William Tracey, b. 1837 Partarlington, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea  

William Tracey, b. 1857 Birr, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea [see Birr]

William Tracey, b. 1875 Roscrea, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea  

William Tracey, b. 1883 Burr, Kings (Offaly) WO96 Militia  

 

October 1859 The Transatlantic Packet Station - Galway to America

...additional shareholders...Miss M. Tracy, Ballyduff, Tullamore[?]...

 

10 December 1859 (N) The Macmahon Sword

...Mounthrath Contribution...Philip Tracey...

 

2 February 1860 Freeman's Journal

Tullamore, Mr. Tracy, professor of music, and organist for many years to the Roman Catholic Chapel of that town.

 

July 14, 1860 (FJ) The Papal Fund

Birr...Thomas Tracy 5s...

 

16 July 1860 Irish Times

Kings County

On the night of Tuesday last, on the townland of Bollrihy, near Dunbkerrin, in this county, the house of a small farmer named Thomas Tracey was burned to the ground. To the motives which induced the commission of this outrage there is as yet not a clue; but the fact remains that Tracey refuses to swear information and declines seeking compensation for the injury sustained has given rise to strong suspicions as regards the probable perpetration.

 

25 September 1861 (NG) Steam Thrashing

...references...Mr. John Tracey, Kilcommon Mills...

 

1861 Census - 5 Salisbury St, Bermondsey St. James Surrey

John Tracy, head, 60, labourer, b. Kings County

Ellen Tracy, wife, 58, b. Middx Westminister

Edward Tracy, son, 22, Plumber ct, b. Surrey Barmondsey

 

Petty Sessions

10 Apr 1861 Anne Treacy of Moynure Kings Co., case dismissed of having arms

22 Dec 1861 Denis Treacy of Frankfort Kings Co., discharged of dangerous assault on Michael Dooley

 

1862 From King's County to "Quinnsland"

Between the years 1862 and 1865, over six and a half thousand Irish people sailed from Queenstown, Co. Cork to Queensland, Australia. Nearly two thousand of these settlers originated from the midland counties being recruited by parish priest, Father Patrick Dunne, operating from Tullamore, King's County. Mr William Tracey, a native of the King's County, was one of the passengers by the Erin-go-bragh in 1862.

The Age [Brisbane], 21st November 1903.

4 December 1875 (N) The Irish Immigrants in Queensland

[letter]...immigrants of the Erin-go-Bragh, who were mostly from the King's county...William Tracy, as fine a specimen of an Irishman as ever crossed the line, has 1,500 acres of purchased land well stocked...

 

1862 - 1864 National education (Ireland)

Thomas Tracy R.C., Head, R.C., 3 EC/116 RC, Emili, Templehanny, Offaly

Andrew Tracey R.C. teacher, Emili, Templehanny, Offaly

Joseph Tracey R.C., Head, R.C., 10 EC/128 RC, Killeigh, Geaskill, Offaly

 

31 January 1863 (NG) Cloughjordan Petty Sessions [Offaly]

...held an inquiry into an alleged grievous assault committed on Timothy Tracey, living near Dunkerrin, who on leaving Cloughjordan on the evening of the 1st inst...

14 February 1863 Irish Times

Injuries received in an affray

Last new Years day…Timothy Treacy who resided with his father at Frankford, a townland adjoining cloughjordan…until Sunday last, the 8th inst., when he expired…

12 September 1863 (NG) Cloughjordan Petty Sessions

Disturbing the Peace of the Town. Constable Davis charged James and Richard Abbot and John Maher with shouting and disturbing the peace of the town...went through the town shouting for Hogans. That was in allusion to the case of the man Tracey, who was stabbed in Cloughjordan, some time before that, and who died of the injuries he received. The Hogans were suspected of having inflicted the wounds, and the Abbotts who were relatives of Tracey, endeavored to create a row...

 

30 January 1863 (FJ) King's County

We believe there is no doubt that Mr. Treacy, of the firm of Kernan and Treacy, has been appointed Clerk of the Crown for the King's County, in the room of the late Mr. Pemberton. From the character of Mr. Treacy, and the high standing in the profession of the firm to which he belongs, the appointment cannot fail of giving general satisfaction.

January 1863

We believe there is no doubt that Mr. Treacy, of the firm of Kiernan and Treacy, has been appointed Clerk of the Crown for King’s County, in the room of the late Mr. Pemberton. From the character of Mr. Treacy, and the high standing in the profession of the firm to which he belongs, this appointment cannot fail of giving general satisfaction.

17 March 1864 (FJ) King's County

...sworn by Daniel Treacy, Esq, Clerk of the Crown...

26 September 1865 (FJ) Vacant Clerkship of the Crown

The Lord Lieutenant has sanctioned the transfer of Daniel Treacy, Esq, for the Clerkship of the Crown for the King's County to that held by the late George Pilkington, Esq, for the Queen's County. His Excellency has conferred the appointment rendered vacant by Mr. Treacy's transfer on Joseph Lyons, Esq, of Maryborough.

March 1863 Tullamore

The following gentlemen were this day sworn on the grand jury...by Daniel Tracy, Clerk of the Crown...

10 March 1865 (FJ) Kings Co

...Daniel Tracey, Esq., clerk of the crown...

21 July 1865 (FJ) King's County

...clerk of the crown, Daniel Tracy, Esq...

1865 Kings County

Daniel Treacy, Clerk of the Crown (see Daniel Thomas Treacy)

 

 

18 April 1863 Dublin Weekly Nation

Tracey — Of a lingering illness, Miss Matilda Tracey, late of King’s County, Ireland, in the 50th year of her age.

 

1864 List of Teachers

Joseph Tracey, 4th class teacher, Killeagh, Kings

 

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

Tracey, John, Roscrea, Tipperary North/Offaly. 8 736

Tracey, Margaret, Edenderry, Kildare/Meath/Offaly. 8 593

Tracey, Margaret, Mountmellick, Laois/Offaly. 18 564

Tracey, Patrick, Roscrea, Tipperary North/Offaly. 8 731

Tracy, Mary, Tullamore, Offaly/Westmeath. 13 750

Tracy, Michael, Parsonstown, Offaly/Tipperary North. 8 697

Tracy, Patrick, Mountmellick, Laois/Offaly. 8 653

Tracy, Thomas, Mountmellick, Laois/Offaly. 3 538

Treacy, Alice, Parsonstown, Offaly/Tipperary North. 18 614

Treacy, John, Roscrea, Tipperary North/Offaly. 18 631

Treacy, (male), Mountmellick, Laois/Offaly. 13 594

 

Saint Mark, Liverpool to New York 22 May 1865

William Treacy, 20, M, labourer, Kings county

Mary Tracy, 48, F, servant, Galway

 

19 August 1865 (N) New York City Deaths

Tracy - July 21st James Tracy, in the sixty-eight year of his age; a native of Tullamore, King's County.

 

1866-1914 Dog Licence Registers of Ireland

- Alphabetical

- by County

 

23 February 1867 (N) Marriage

Egan and Tracey - Feb. 14 at the Catholic Chapel, North Anne street, by the Rev Canon M'Mahor, Matthew Egan, Esq, Bolton street, youngest son of the late Michael Egan, Ballydonagh House, King's County, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Michael Tracey, Esq, Cloughjordan, county Tipperary.

 

27 April 1868 (FJ)

...Mr Robert Aungier bought 21 do [hoggets] from Mr John Tracey of Killer, King's County at 35s, and 23 do from Mr Joseph Tracey at 33s.

 

1868 Final Examination

1417 – Thomas Treacy, 22, Parsonstown Y.M. Chr. Assoc. grocer's assist - Bkpg. (3d)

12 June 1868 Journal of the Society of Arts

 

24 July 1869 (NG) Parsonstown Board of Guardians

...case of Margaret Tracy, an applicant for relief...her connection with Portumna Union...

 

31 August 1870 (FJ) Aid for the French

From the men employed at Ballyduff Quarries, Tullamon [Tullamore?]...Mick Tracy...Thomas Treacy...

 

September/October 1870 Ambulance Committee in aid of the French Army

...Killeigh [Offaly?]...Joseph Tracy...

...from Terlane and Tirean, Kings County...Patt Treacy...

28 September 1870 (FJ) French Ambulances

...Kiileigh [Offaly?]...J. Treasy...

 

September 17, 1870 (FJ) Arrivals at the Gresham Hotel

...Joseph Treacey, Mullingar;...

 

17 September 1870 (N) Wounded of the French Army

Tullamore...Christopher Tracy...Patt Tracey...Paddy Tracy...

 

1871 Census

Patrick Tracy , Head, 30, b. 1841 Ireland, Customs Officer, Everton West Derby  Lancashire [see Tullamore]

Rose M Tracy , Wife, 27, b. 1844 Ireland, Everton West Derby  Lancashire

Margaret Elizabeth Tracy , Daughter, 6, b. 1865 Ireland, Everton West Derby  Lancashire

Mary Josephine Molloy , Sister-in-law, 21, b. 1850 Ireland, Everton West Derby  Lancashire

 

26 June 1872 (FJ) Galway Vindication Fund

Tullamore...Patrick Tracey

 

1872

5. John Tracey, representative of William Tracey, Endrim, Garrycastle, King's County, 20a/2r/16p, £7.3.9 rent, tenant from year to year.

 

1873 2nd Rifle Brigade Regimental Orders Book

In 1873 the 2nd Battalion, the Prince Consort’s Own (Rifle Brigade) put on garrison theatricals at Birr...The 2nd Rifle Brigade had detachments at Nenagh and Roscrea (both in County Tipperary), and Portumna (County Galway)...For drunkenness, Ptes A. Brown and M. Tracey were referred to a regimental court martial, while I. Todd was locked up for seventy-two hours for “disrespectful language” to the sergeant-major. In March, Tracey was then given forty-eight hours hard labour for refusing to do the extra parades given to him by his company commander for the offence in January.

Legg, P. (2014) Army, police and society in Ireland: Civil, military and police relations in King’s County and County Donegal c1870-1902. PhD, University of the West of England.

 

1873-74 Teachers and Monitors Ireland

Jos Treacey, Killeagh, Kings Co

Bt Treacy - Ind, Mt Mellick F – nuns, Queens Co

 

Tracy and McKenna - January 29th 1874, at St. Laurence O'Toole Catholic Church, Dublin [Stillorgan?] by Rev James Moonan CC St. Peters Drogheda...Mary Anne Tracy, second daughter of William Tracy, of Cylduff Roscrea to Thomas McKenna, merchant, Drogheda.

 

7 November 1874 Pilot (Boston Ma)

Of Daniel Tracey, or auy of his children; his wife’s name was Hannah Kennedy, and her sister's name Annie; they left Glasshouse, near Shirone. county Tipperary, about 24 years ago, for the United States; the last we heard from them, about 15 years since. Daniel Tracey and bis wife and family were in Cascade, Dubuque co., Iowa; Anne Kennedy was doing housework for a priest in New York State. Information of them, or any of their family. will be received bv the sons and daughters of their brother, John Kennedy, from the Four Roads of Laughane, near Moneygall, King’s couuty, Ireland. Address William Kennedy, No. 10 Mill street, Lowell, Midelesex comity, Mass

 

6 October 1875 (NG) Estate of Rev. Thomas Booth and Catherine Elizabeth Booth [Kings County]

...the piece of ground situated in the Main-street, formerly in the possession of Edward Tracy, containing in breadth 60 feet or thereabouts, bounded on the north by a holding formerly called Marcus Archer's holding, then in possession of James Jackson and his under tenants;...Parsonstown...dated 8th day of October 1806...

 

1876

Simon Molloy’s uncommunicative father, Maurice Treacy Molloy was born in 1876 and educated at the noted Oratory School founded by Cardinal Newman. He became a land agent, and in that capacity went to the United States to work for Howard Gould the millionaire. World War I saw him claimed by the British Army and serving later in Naval Intelligence. Invalided out towards the end of the conflict, he resumed his former profession as land agent and died in 1965 aged 88.

 

1876 Landowners in Ireland (over 1 acre)

Robert Treacy, Parsonstown, Offaly. 2a/2r/10p. £40.15.0

Simon Treacy, Seffin, Parsonstown, Offaly. 2a/3r/20p. £7.10.0

 

20 February 1878 (FJ) Pawnbrokers Assistant

Will be disengaged...Address JC care of Mr Edward Treacy, Pawnbroker, Parsonstown.

 

Invercargill arrived Canterbury 29 Sep 1879 (assisted emigration)

Wm Treacy, 21 years, Single, Farm Labourer, of Kings

 

27 November 1880 (N) Demonstations at Birr

...platform...Edward Tracy TC...speakers...Messrs. E. Tracy and W. Kilroe.

 

October 1880 Land League Meeting at Maryborough

On the platform...Philip Treacy...

 

22 January 1881 (N) Sir Patrick O'Brien

At the last meeting of the Birr branch of the Landleague, Edward Treacy, Esq., T.C. presiding, a resolution from the Tullamore branch [calling on Sir Patrick O'Brien MP to resign]- Irish Times

15 March 1884 (N) Land League

Birr...Mr Edward Treacy, TC, vice-president presided...

 

22nd June 1881 The Western Mail [Wales]

Death of a Woman Through Excitement. A woman named Tracey, residing at Phihpstown, near Tuliamore, was, with several other tenants, served on Tuesday with writs for rent. When the sheriff and police proceeded to the place Tracey became very excited, and soon after dropped down dead.

July 1, 1881 (FJ) An Extraordinary case

On yesterday, an adjourned inquest took place at Creghan, near Philipstown, on the body of a woman named Eliza Treacey, who dropped dead some days previously when an announcement was made to her that the sheriff was about to make a seizure for rent...estate of Lady Emily Bury...tenants including W. Treacey...

July 1881 Death from Fear of a Writ

An inquest was opened at Philipstown Kings County...Margaret Tracey who died suddenly. It appears that the tenants on the Croghan portion of the estate of Lady Emily Bury, having refused to pay their rents were served with writs. At the last quarter sessions a decree had been obtained against Mrs. Tracey and she believing that the sherrif was about to seize her cattle dropped dead.

1st July 1881 The Western Mail [Wales]

A Coroner On The Government. At the adjourned inquest. on Thursday on Eliza Treacy, who dropped dead at Whilipstown, near Tullamore, through fear of the sherif, the coroner said people could expect no redress in Parliament as the Government were humbugs. Tho verdict was "Died from fear," the jury censuring the agent.

 

25 Aug 1881 King’s County Chronicle

In August 1881, James Flattery, John Loonam and James Tracy were found guilty of boycotting, by scaring a blacksmith at Cloghan out of fixing some wheels for Bryan Reddan.Reddan was boycotted for receiving money after his house was burnt, and the blacksmith, John Feighery, said: “Take these wheels away I dare not do them, I wouldn’t be allowed.”

Legg, P. (2014) Army, police and society in Ireland: Civil, military and police relations in King’s County and County Donegal c1870-1902. PhD, University of the West of England.

 

18 October 1881 Freeman's Journal

King's County Land Convention ...Mathew Tracy and Peter Mlahon. Ballycumber Branch...

 

October 1881 Birr Branch of the Land League

Motion of Edward Treacy, Esq., T.C. passed unanimously condeming the arrest of Parnell.

 

24 October 1881 (IT) The Clergy of Kildare and Leighlin

Rev. M. Tracy, C.C. Clonbullock [Offaly]

 

December 1881 Maryborough Land Commissioners

John Tracey, landlord. Margaret Dooley, tenant of 11 years. Garryford, 33 acres, rent £49 6s. 8d, valuation £22 10s.

 

December 1881 Sub-Commission No.10 Abbeyleix

John Treacy, Landlord

Timothy Maher, tenant, 15 acres, valuation £7.10s, rent £9

Margaret Dooley, tenant, 33 acres, rent £49.0s.8d, valuation £22.10s, fixed rent £27

 

1881 British Census

George Tracy, 49 years, born Kings Co. married, tailor, 2 Noel St London Middlesex

Ann, 38 years, born Limerick, wife, tailoress

Ann, 18 years, born Bloomsbury, daughter, tailoress

Hugh Tracy, 50 years, born Kings Co, married, border, pensioner, 79 East St, London

Joseph Tracey, 25 years, born Kings Co, married, labourer, 9 Park Row Camberwell Surrey

Patrick, 23 years, born Kings Co, brother, single, labourer

Patrick Tracy, Head, Married, M, 36, Licenced Victualler, Fullamore; 15 Prospect Road Royal Oak Inn, Tunbridge, Kent.

Sarah Jane Tracy (nee Terry), Wife, Married, F, 39, Drivlsden ?, Lancashire

Henry G. Tracy, Son, Single, M, 4, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Cecily M. Tracy, Daughter, Single, F, 2, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Edith Tracy, Daughter, Single, F, 0 (September 1880), Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Bridget Tracy, Sister, Single, F, 37, Fullamore

Isaac Terry, Father In Law, Married, M, 59, Retired, West Hoathly, Sussex

Harriet Terry, Mother In Law, Married, F, 60, London, Middlesex

Alfred Love, Servant, Single, M, 17, Potman Hotel, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Harriett Chesson, Servant, Single, F, 17, Domestic Servant, Lamberhurst, Kent

Patrick Tracy, Head, M, Male, 40, Ireland, Asking-Examining Officer Of H.M.C. (Gs), 3 Bodley St, Everton, Lancashire, England [See Tullamore]

Frances Tracy, Wife, M, Female, 28, Ireland 

Frances H. Tracy, Daur, U, Female, 4, Ireland 

Charles A. Tracy, Son, U, Male, 3, Ireland 

Catherine Tracy, Daur, U, Female, 1, Ireland 

Patrick J. Tracy, Son, U, Male, 1, Ireland

Sarah Tracy, Daur, U, Female, 1 m, Ireland

 

January 20 & 23, 1882 (FJ) Parsonstown Sub-Commission

Denis Treacey V. Barrett W Holmes estate near Moneygall...Ballinakill?...The rent is £5.4.0, valuation £4 and acerage 9a1r7p.

Denis Treacey V. J A Holmes. Area 8a0r15p; old rent £5.10.0; valuation £5.5.0; judicial rent £4.10.0

Thomas Treacey v. J A Holmes. area 7a; old rent £5.4.0; valuation £4; judicial rent £4.4.0

 

March 1882 Land Act No.10 Maryborough

John Treacy, Landlord

Denis Delaney, tenant, old rent £11.16s.4d, new rent £6

John Selvey, tenant, old rent £16.12s.4d, new rent £8

James Hegarty, tenant, old rent £30.13.2d, new rent £17

 

November 1882 Return of judicial rents

Anne Treacy of Moynure Kings Co, Landlord Earl of Rosse, 26a/3r/21p, Valuation £15/10/0, old rent £22/0/0, new rent £17/0/0, rent 1874 £20/0/0

Philip Treacy of Monfadda Kings Co, Landlord Henry S. Palmer, 4a/3r/17p, Valuation £3/10/0, old rent £4/10/0, new rent £4/0/0, by consent

 

1882 Return of judicial rents

T. Treacy of Cullenwaine Offaly, landlord Bassett Holmes, 7a/2r/0, poor valuation £4/0/0, old rent £5/4/0, new rent £4/4/0

Thomas Treacy of Cullenwaine Offaly, landlord James A Holmes, 9a/0r/0, poor valuation £6/10/0, old rent £7/16/0, new rent £7/7/0, by consent

Denis Treacy of Cullenwaine Offaly, landlord James A Holmes, 11a/2r/39p, poor valuation £6/15/0, old rent £8/10/0, new rent £8/0/0, by consent

 

1882 Irish Exhibition of Arts and Manufactures

A M Treacy, Miss, Naas, 1

Edward Treacy, Main street Birr, 5

John Tracy, Cork, 912 Tanned and Curried Leather.

M Tracy, Rickardstown, Nurney, Co. Kildare 1

Maria Tracy, Tullow street, carlow 2

Michael Treacy and Thomas Hall Lucan, 1

Thomas Tracy, Mary street, Galway, 3

 

November 21, 1883 (FJ) Marriage

Lacy and Hume - Nov 15 1883, at the Roman Catholic Church, Clonbollogue, by the Rev Denis Lacy, brother to the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev Matthew Treasy, cousin to the bride, and the Rev Luke Dillon, PP, Clonbollogue, Patrick Lucy, Ballyheshall, Kings County, to Bride, youngest daughter of John Hume, Clonerane, King's County.

 

May 1883 Kings County

Patrick C??? and Anne Tracy, Tenants; Earl of Rosse, landlord

...judicial rent £17...

 

Deaths – Newspaper Notices

James Tracy; 37; OFF IRL>NYC NY; Irish-American; 1884-3-15; dja

 

11 October 1884 (N) Marriage

Treacy and Delaney - September 30, at St. Michaels RC Church, Limerick, by the Rev C Conway, Adm, Edward J Treacy, TC, Main-street, Birr, to Emily, daughter of the late William Delaney, Esq, 23 Thomas-street, Limerick.

 

1884 Return of judicial rents

Ellen Treacy of Clyduff Offaly, landlord Elizabeth Spunner, 12a/3r/33p, poor valuation £9/0/0, old rent £10/0/0, new rent £8/0/0

 

7 July 1886 (NG) Arrests [Offaly]

Five men were arrested on Saturday night on informations of a man named Boylan, living at Cullenwain, who deposed that he was waylaid and beaten by them while on his way home from Moneygall. Four of them not being able to procure bail were transmitted to Parsonstown prison, namely James Gleeson, sen, James Gleeson, jun, Tracy of the Wood, and a strange man. Tracy of Fox-burrow had friends who went bail for him.

July 28 1886 (NG) Moneygall Petty Sessions

John Boyton, Michael Ryan and Thomas Ryan summoned James Gleeson, sen, James Gleesson, jun, Michael Gleeson, Richard Tracey, John Tracey, H. Holmes and others for a grievous assault at Cullenwaine, on the 29th of June last. Timothy Tracey had a cross case against John Boyton for assaulting him at Cullenwaine, on the same day. Plaintiffs noticed the defendants following them for a half a mile outside Moneygall, this not been their way home. Sentenced to be imprisoned for two months each in Tullamore Gaol with hard labour. Patrick Tracey, Timothy Tracey, Daniel Keeshan, Jeremiah Gleeson and Michael Guirins fined £1 and costs.

 

8th August 1886 Pilgrimage...to Clonmacoise

Amongst the many present on that memorable occasion, the local papers published the following names...E. Treacy C.T.C...[Commissioner Town Councilor?]

John Monahan (1886) Records Relating to the Dioceses of Ardagh and Clonmacnoise. M.H. Gill and Son.

 

20th December 1886 South Wales Daily News

Attack On Process Servers. While attempting to serve processes at Rahan, near Tallamore, on Saturday, two process servers named Memanns and Treacy were set upon and badly beaten, the processes being taken from them and destroyed. One man was so seriously hurt that be had to be removed to the hospital. Informations have been sworn before the magistrates.

January 22, 1887 The Irish standard (Minneapolis, Minn.)

King's County. While attempting to serve processes at Rahan, near Tullamore, on December 18, two process-server's named McManus and Treacy were set upon and badly beaten, the processes being taken from them and destroyed. One man was so seriously hurt that he had to be removed to the hospital. Informations have been sworn before the magistrates.

23 Dec 1886 King’s County Chronicle

In December 1886, the Chronicle had claimed that King’s County “has hitherto enjoyed a remarkable immunity from agitation” – but that was soon to change. Process-server Treacy tried to serve eviction notices at Glaskill, but was deterred by a crowd summoned by horns. He seems to have been popular, and so there was no violence, but Daniel Quin at Ballycumber was obstructed and stoned…

Legg, P. (2014) Army, police and society in Ireland: Civil, military and police relations in King’s County and County Donegal c1870-1902. PhD, University of the West of England.

 

16 Jul 1887 (BL) Extensive Fires in the Kings County

...Edenderry...Lisheen...a fire broke out in the house of Mrs. Mary Ryan, distant a few miles from here...Mr. A. F. Treacy, who fortunately happened to have been on the spot, the fire, which was rapidly spreading...- Irish Times

 

1899 Return of judicial rents

Bryan Treacy of Ballycleary Roscrea Offaly, landlord John Drought, 57a/0r/24p, poor valuation £20/0/0, old rent £20/0/0, new rent £20/7/0

 

1889 [C.5853] Calendar and general directory of the Department of Science and Art for the year 1890

E. Treacy, Secretary, Presentation Schools/St. Brendan National school, Moor Park Street, Parsonstown.

 

13 December 1890 (N) Parnell

A public meeting of the people of the united parishes of Dunkerrin, Moneygall and Barna, King's County and Tipperary...present...P. Tracey...

 

1890 King's County Directory

High Constables From 1817...March 1830, Geo Treacy, Garrycastle

Clerks of The Crown And Peace. Clerks of Crown. The names of these functionaries appear in the County Presentment Books of the dates named...March, 1863, Daniel Treacy...

King's County Process Servers - Division Of Tullamore...Christopher Treacy, Tullamore

Parsonstown Young Men's Christian Association. Committee...T. Treacy...

Town and County Club...Edward Treacy, Hon. Treasurer...

First Parsonstown Commissioners...1885-7, Edward Treacy, Two Years...

…Birr Town Commissioners, of which, in that year, Mr Edward Treacy was the Chairman…

Parsonstown

Edward Treacy, pawnbroker, Main street

Henry Treacy, cattle dealer, Cumberland street

Simon Treacy, refreshment rooms, Seffin.

Thomas Treacy, bootmaker, Cumberland street

Thomas Treacy, leather stores, Main street

Portarlington

E Tracey, publican

Parsonstown Municipal Voters

Edward Treacy, Main street

Henry Treacy, Cumberland street

Robert Treacy, Cumberland street

Simon P Treacy, Seffin

Thomas Treacy, Main street

Shinrone Polling District

Jeremiah Treacy, Clonlisk

Timothy Treacy, Clyduff

William Tracey, Ballycleary

Moneygall Polling District

Denis Tracey, Cullenwaine

Thomas Tracy, Cullenwaine

Tullamore Polling District

Mathew Tracy, Ballycosney

Michael Tracy, Rosuagowloge

Patrick Tracy, Cappincur

Fahy Polling District

Michael Treacy, Garr

Philipstown Polling District

William Tracy, Cool

 

1891 Census

Patrick Tracy, Head, M, M, 45, Hotel Proprietor (Em'er), Ireland - Tullamore

Sarah J Tracy, Wife, M, F, 38, Lancashire, - Manchester

Edith Tracy, Dau, - F, 10, Scholar, Kent, - Tunbridge Wells

Charles Tracy, Son, - M, 3, Sussex, - East Grinstead

John Tracy, Son, - M, 7m, Sussex, - East Grinstead

Maud Jury, Niece, S, F 21, Living On Her Own Means Kent - Tunbridge Wells (Originally: Sussex - Tunbridge Wells)

Piece: RG12/788 Place: East Grinstead -Sussex Enumeration District: 1
Civil Parish: East Grinstead Ecclesiastical Parish: East Grinstead
Folio: 8 Page: 9 Schedule: 45
Address: 58 High St, Dorset Hotel

 

4 April 1891 (N) Irish National Federation and Independent Leagues

Edenderry Branch...E. Treacy...

11 July 1891 (N) Irish National Federation

Edenderry...Edward Treacy...

 

1892-1924 Ellis Island Arrivals

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

 

Andrew F. Treacy, Moneygall (Offaly) Ireland, 1901, 45 years, to brother Michl Treacy, 723 St Johns Place, Brooklyn NY

 

Beatrice Tracy, Tullamore [Offaly] Ireland, 1909, 20 years, single, 5'2", fair complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, Ellen Tracy, O'Connell St, Tullamore. passage paid by sister. To Sister: Mrs Margt Sheehan, 108W 102nd Street, New York. b. Tullamore. [crossed out]

Beatrice Tracy, Tullamore [Offaly] Ireland, 1909, 20 years, single, 5'-", fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes, Mrs Tracy, Barrack St, Tullamore. passage paid by sister. To Sister: Mrs Margt Sheehan, 108 West 102nd Street, New York. b. Tullamore.

 

Bgdt Tracey, Kingsles (Kings Co Ireland), 1893, 22 years, to New York

 

Bridget Tracy, Tullamore [Offaly] Ireland, 1904, 16 years, to sister Mrs Blacker, Mary, 159 East 106 Street New York

 

Christopher Treacy, Tullamore [Offaly] Ireland, 1902, 19 years, sister Mary, 200 west 97th St New York.

 

Edward Tracey, Bunnagher [Banagher Offaly] Ireland, 1911, 36 years, brother James tracey 539 Lanask Av New York, b. Bannagher, sister Bridget Tracey Bunnagher Kings Co

 

Elizabeth Tracey, Horseleap Kings Co (Offaly or Westmeath Ireland?), 1905, 32 years, servant, to New York, Sister Mrs George? Judge, 302 East 24th St New York

 

Elizabeth Tracey, Clara Offaly Ireland, 1924, 22 years, Father Patrick Tracey Clara Offaly, to Cousin Joseph Armstrong, 250 East 52nd Street, New York City

 

Jane Tracey, Horseleap Roscommon Ireland, 1897, 27 years (Offaly or Westmeath?), Horseleap Co. Ros, To New York, do [US Resident] [Crossed out]

 

John Tracey, Ireland, 1906, 17 years, b. Tullamore? Ireland to New York, Sister: Mary Sleehan? 322 W. 107th St New York, 5’3”, fair complexion, brown hair blue eyes,

John Tracey, b. Tullamore Tipperary? Ireland, 1906, 18 years, single, Sister: Margt Sheehan, 322 W 117th St New York. 5’3” fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes,  [crossed out]

 

Liggie [Lizzie] Treacy, Dunkeernin Offaly? Ireland, 1910, 29 years, single, father Denes, Rufirmfahills, Dunkerrin. lived 1907 New York, sister Annie 52nd St, Long island, NY. 5’5”, fresh complexion, fair hair, blue eyes. b. Dunkerrin Ireland. [name crossed out]

 

Magt. Treacy, Tullamore (Offaly Ireland), 1899, 17 years, single, to sister Mary, 205 W 56 St, New York.

 

Mary Jane Tracy, Tullamore (Offaly) Ireland, 1893, 19 years, to New York

 

United States Naturalization Petitions

Anne McGowan nee Treacy, born 27 Jul 1903 Offaty [Offaly], Ireland. Naturalised New York, Br, NY. Spouse's Patrick McGowan born 18 Dec 1901 Children Patrick McGowan born 22 Jan 1932, Catherine McGowan born 01 May 1933, Anne McGowan born 03 Jan 1941

Beatrice or Bridget Raftery nee Treacy, born 18 May 1907 Skennrone [Shinrone Offaly], Ireland. Naturalised 1939 Jackson Heights, NY. Spouse's Joseph Raftery born 18 Dec 1907

Eliazbeth Tracey, born 14 Oct 1901 Kings, Ireland. Naturalised 1926 New York NY

Elizabeth Tracey, born 14 Oct 1901 Clara, Kings, [Offaly] Ireland. Naturalised 1933 New York, NY

James Tracy/Treacy, born 01 Jul 1880 Roscomeve Kings, [Offaly], Ireland. Naturalised 1908 & 1913 New York City, NY. Spouse's Mary Treacy, children Mary Treacy born 19 Jan 1908, Ann Treacy born 10 Jan 1911

Margaret Sheehan nee Tracy, born 22 Jun 1882 Fullamore, [Tullamore Offaly], Ireland. Naturalised 1942 New York, NY. Spouse's Thomas Sheehan born May/1867 Children Mary Sheehan born 28 Sep 1903, Irene Sheehan born 23 May 1909

Patrick H Tracy, born ? Mar 1833 King, [Offaly] Ireland. Naturalised 1868 Suffolk, Massachusetts

 

10 March 1893 New Zealand Tablet

King's County.— The committee of the Edenierry Branch of the Irish National League met recently, Rev J. Kinsella in the chair. Also present :— Rev P. O'Donnel, Terence Groome, Joseph Hackett, E. Treacy, P. Ennis, M. Costello, T. Hughes, D K Kennedy, T. Groome was elected a oounty delegate. The following resolution was adopted unanimously:— That, notwithstanding the judges' decision in the recent County Meath election petition, we heartily approve of the action taken by the venerated and patriotic Bishop of Meath and his faithful clergy, and we denounce in the strongest possible manner the tactics of the so-called Catholics and their Orange and Freemason Allies in South Meath.

 

1893-1894 Schools Ireland - Kings County

Parsonstown: St. Brendan's male National School, Moor Park Street, est. 1881, Secretary E. Treacey

 

1898 Birr

Parsontown Methodist Society, Brother Thomas Treacy

 

March 1899 Industrial Schools

...Mr. Edward Treacy, J.P., chairman Birr Urban District Council...

 

April 1899 Dictrict Councils

Mountmellick...John Treacy J.P. (N.)...

 

12 May 1899 (IT) Changing of the Banks

...special meeting of Birr Urban District Council, Mr. Edward Treacy, J.P., chairman, presiding...

10 July 1899 Freeman's Journal

... Edward Treacy, JP, remarking that he was delighted to preside at a meeting at which the old town of Birr was voted its proper title.

 

1899 Birr

Mr. Edward Treacy, Chairman Birr District Council

At a meeting of the Tullamore branch of the Irish National Foresters held on July 8th, Brother Michael Treacy, Chief Ranger, presided.

 

2/9/1899 Midland Tribune

Moneygall V Boheraphooka

A very social and interesting cricket match between the above teams, was witnessed by some hundreds of spectators at Moneygall on Sunday last, the 27th August, in a field kindly given for the occasion by Mr. Bergin, Cullenwaine. The only drawback to the day's amusement, was the absence of Mr. Lambe, which was greatly regretted by the Moneygall boys. The day being exceptionally fine, there was a good sprinkling of the fair sex, which greatly contributed to the day's enjoyment. The game, which was a very exciting one, resulted in a victory for the home team by twenty runs. Much credit is due to the batting of Cormack, Treacy, Meara, and Troy for the home team; while Colliton, P. Whelan, and Byrne did good work for the visitors. The bowling of Meara and Ryan, deserves special praise, while that of Aherne and Colliton was equally up to the standard.

 

February 17, 1900 Kentucky Irish American

Ireland: Edward Treacy and William Lowry were unanimously elected Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Birr Urban Council.

October 30 1900 (IT) Compulsory Education in Birr

...Mr. Edward Treacy, JP, Chairman Birr Urban District Council, was unanimously elected chairman of the committee...

 

10 May 1900 King’s County Chronicle

A resolution from the “Protest Against the War Committee” – to stop the war and reach a settlement – was put before Birr Urban Council in May 1900. Mr Treacy (the Chairman) and Mr Lowry (the proposer) supported this, as did Messrs Browne, Donnely, Ryan, Delaney, Meara, Walsh, Molloy and Hickey. W. O’Meara JP, Messrs Hoctor and Dooly were opposed, and put forward an amendment – but the original motion was passed.

Legg, P. (2014) Army, police and society in Ireland: Civil, military and police relations in King’s County and County Donegal c1870-1902. PhD, University of the West of England.

 

May 19, 1900 (MC) Mullingar Asylum

...Miss Mary Treacey having completed three months probation...[not] placed on the permament staff.

 
1900 Irish Mission for Immigrant Girls in New York City
Annie Tracy, 1929, 25 years, from Offaly. Sponsor: Mary Cleary, 21 E. 87 St. New York City. aunt (President Harding - April 05 1929)
 
Bridget Tracy, 1904, 16 years, from King's Co. Sponsor: Mary J. Blaker 159 E. 106 St. (Baltic - August 05 1904)
 
Margaret Trasy [Tracy], 1899, 20 years, from King's. Sponsor: May J. Tracy 205 W. 56th St. N.Y. (Germanic - October 06 1899)
 
 

 

 1901 Census of Ireland

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

 

 

1901 Census of England

Kate Tracy, 42, Kings County Ireland, Parlour Maid, Refuge for Penitent Women Arno's Court, Bath Road, Knowle, Bistol

S Treacy, 23, Ireland Roscrea, Assistant Room, Wakefield, Yorkshire

 

1901

The following exhibited brood sows in competition for the prizes offered - Win Dunne, Mountbbolus; T Brien, Cloncon; P Connors, Ballyallen; Hugh Treacy, Cappancur; B Coghlan, Ballydaly (2); Patk Flanagan, Cloonagh (2).

 

March 08, 1903 New York Times

Treacy. March 2, at 59 Vandam Street Martin Treacy, aged 24 years, of Clonlisk, Kings County, Ireland. [Buried Calvary Cemetery 2nd March 1903]

 

15 October 1904 (NG) Licensing transfers to the following were granted

...Martin Tracey, Kilcommon.

 

Oct 10, 1906 (IT) ...Kilmaine House, about six miles from Birr...The fire was discovered by a painter named Treacy, who was one of a staff of decorators engaged in renovating the house...

 

Jul 22, 1907 (IT) Anti-Grazing Movement

Birr...defendants...Joseph Treacy, Shinrone...

 

June 1907 Result of Grand Drawing of Prizes

Rook Rifle, presented by M.A. Hennessy, Esq., National Bank, Roscrea - Won by Michael Treacy, Ballinamoe, Dunkerrin.

 

1907 Return of Advances made under the Land Act - Estate of Thomas Spunner

Sept 29 1904 Philip Tracey of Clyduffe Offaly, 12a/3r/10p, value £7/14/0, rent £7/0/0, judical, price £161, advance £161

 

Glasnevin Cemetery Dublin

Henry Tracey, of King's County, died 1907 13 years

 

Sep 22, 1908 (IT) Stableman, single young man, good discharges - E. Greacy, Kilcommon, Shinrone, King's County

 

1908 Return of Advances made under the Land Act

July 2 1908 Michael Treacy of Garr Offaly, 41a/0r/22p, value £27/10/0, rent £25/12/0, judical, price £590, advance £590

 
1908 [Cd. 4359, 4375, 4394, 4410] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish Land Act, 1903, during the month of January, 1908. - Kings Co.
Jan 9 1908, William Tracey, Cullenwaine, 16a0r39p, £5.15.0 valuation, £8.0.0 rent, not judicial, £184 purchase price and advance
 
Oct 30, 1909 (FJ) Irish Party
Eglish and Drumcullen Branch (King's County) U.I.L...1s...John Treacy
 
Apr 5, 1911 (FJ) Edenderry
An interesting slander action...Shinrone Branch UIL...Michael Treacy, Councillor for the division...
 
 

 

1911 Census of Ireland

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

 

1912 Return of Advances made under the Land Act - Estate of Lady Howard-Bury

25 April 1912 John Tracey of Clonad Offaly, 15a/0r/20p, value £8/5/0, rent £5/10/0, judical, price £135, advance £135, 24.5 years

25 April 1912 William Tracey of Coole Offaly, 7a/0r/5p & 4a/3r/0p, value £11/10/0, rent £9/0/0, not judical, price £222, advance £222, 24.6 years

 

9th October 1913, Loughlin Tracy, (trustee of the children of William Tracy), Coole, 14a3r0p, £13 valuation, £9 rent, £222 purchase price and advance, 24.6 years

 

British Postal Service Appointments

Denis Treacy, 1913, Mullingar

 

1914-1918 Ireland’s Memorial Records

William Treacy. Reg. No. 9113. Rank Private, Royal Irish Regiment 6th batt. Died of wounds France 3/9/1917. Moneygall, King’s County.

Age 42. Son of Michael Treacy, of Moneygall; husband of Norah Treacy, of Moneygall, King's Co.

Next of kin: Mr R Treacy, Moneygall, King’s Co, Ireland.

Treacy, William. Rank: Private. Regiment or Service: Royal Irish Regiment. Unit; 6th Bn. Date of Death: 3-9-1917. Service No: 9113. Formerly he was with the Royal Field Artillery where his number was 134399. Born in Moneygall, Kings Co. Enlisted in Roscrea while living in Moneygall. Died of wounds. Age at Death, 42. Supplementary information; Son of Michael Treacy, of Moneygall; husband of Norah Treacy, of Moneygall, King's Co. Grave or Memorial Reference: I. L. 3. Cemetery: Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux in France

Tom enfield 17 April 2010

 

1914-1920 British Army WWI Service & Pension Records

Thomas Treacy, b. abt 1860, Frankford, Kings

 

March 1914 IT

Tullamore...the larceny of two asses at Shinrone...the property of Joseph Treacy and Patrick Dee..."He has a great weakness for asses" added the Crown counsel...

 

Dec 5, 1914 (WE) Alleged Larceny of Two schillings

A respectable looking girl named Margaret Tracey, a native of Tullamore, was charged...O'Connors Licensed premises, Kilbeggan....sold delph...two schilling, six pence in copper and a schilling...[dismissed].

 

1914 Mary Treacy, Clashroe & Beagh Kings Co., 36a3r15p & 1/20 342a0r34p, £258 price and advance

 

1915 Return of Advances made under the Land Act - Estate of Frances Elizabeth Atkinson

October 21 1915 Margaret Treacey of Derrinclare Offaly, 11a/2r/34p, value £9/5/0, rent £6/15/0, judical, price £151, advance £151, 22.2 years rent

October 21 1915 Christopher Treacy of Toora Offaly, 5a/0r/30p, value £-, rent £3/6/0, judical, price £70, advance £70, 21.2 years rent consolidated with October 21 1915 Christopher Treacy of Toora Offaly, 1a/1r/21p "parcel", value £0/10/0, price £5, advance £5

October 21 1915 Christopher Treacy of Toora Offaly, 22a/2r/6p, value £10/5/0, rent £9/10/0, judical, price £190, advance £7190, 20 years rent

 

1919 [Cmd. 57, 68, 370] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish Land Purchase Acts, during the months of January, February and March, 1917. - Kings co

14th June 1917, John Tracey, Island, 23a3r17p (Turbary) 1a1r30p, £14.5.0 valuation, £10.10.0 rent, judicial, £262 price and advance, 23.8 years

 

Dec 19, 1922 & Dec 22, 1922 (IT)

While a collection in aid of the Republican Prisoners' Dependents' Fund was being made at the chapel gate in Ballinagar, King's County, National troops...four men were arrested and taken to Tullamore:- Messrs. Thomas Dunne, MCC/Co.C.; Tracey, P. McElduff and Kelly./and released.

 

Mar 27, 1923 (FJ)

At Birr fair, Denis Treacy...Shinrone...

 

June 7, 1939 Irish Press

Offaly Bathing Tracedy Mr. Patrick Joseph Tracey, son of Mrs. Annie Tracey, publican, Shinrone, Offaly was drowned last night in a lake near his home. He: was swimming with his cousin and sank in a swallow hole. Mr. Tracey was 23. The body was found in 15 feet of water.

 

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

James Treacy b. 1 Jun 1881 Kings County, Ireland Residence: Bronx, New York

John Joseph Tracy b. 28 Dec 1887 Offaly, Ireland Residence: New York, New York

 

 

 

 FAMILY HISTORIES

 

Army Birth Registration

John Tracey, Birr, 1821, 49th, Vol 1363 page 29

 

Victoria Australia Marriages

1881, 01479, M, Treacy, Robert James, Young, May, Kings Co,

1882, 04913, M, Treacy, Richard Moore, Swyer, Clara Ellen, Banagher,

1891, 03226, F, Tracey, Elizabeth, Tierney, James, Kings Co,

 

1841- 1887 Interment Records St. John’s Cemetery, Albany, NY
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nytigs/StJohnsCemetery_Albany/StJohnsCemetery-Albany-Tom-Ty.htm

LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

NAMES OF PARENTS

COUNTY / CITY

NATION / STATE

DIED AT

DATE

AGE

LETTER

NO.

RANGE

REMARKS

PAGE

Tracy

Catherine

Andrew & Mary

Kings

Ireland

Albany

August 14, 1849

37 years

 

 

F

 

42

 

Andrew Tracy and Mary Kennarney [Note: It is presumed that this family came from Offaly as the surname Kennarney is usually only found here.]

Margaret Tracy was born in Ireland abt. 1830, the daughter of Andrew and Mary (Kennarney) Tracy. Margaret left Ireland after the death of her father, Andrew Tracy. She left Liverpool aboard the "Coromandel" and arrived in New York on January 18, 1850. According to the ship's manifest, she sailed with her mother, Mary Kennarney Tracy, and three siblings. Her mother, Mary, died on the ship at age 55 and was buried at sea. Several months later, her brother James Tracy and a younger brother and sister left Ireland for America, arriving October 30, 1850. They sailed on the American ship "William Hitchcock".
The 1850 census shows Margaret Tracy, age 23, (?) working for a 57-year old widow named Alicia Mills.
The 1880 census shows Margaret, age 55, "keeping house" with her husband, Thomas, son Andrew (28), daughter Elizabeth (16),a Miles Costello, age 70, listed as a boarder, and a William Norton, age 13, a "laborer on the farm".
It is not known if she met Thomas in Ireland before coming to America, or whether they met first in Stockbridge. They were likelymarried about 1851.
Their first son, Dennis, was born in Stockbridge in 1852. She had eight children in the space of nine years.
At least three of her siblings also settled in Stockbridge. Bridget Tracy (b. 1822), James Tracy (b. 1829), and Bernard Tracy (b.1830) all lived their lives in Stockbridge. James and "Barney" each had six children.
(It's interesting to wonder whether Thomas and Margaret came to Stockbridge because HIS Kinsella siblings were there, orwhether HER Tracy siblings arrived first!)
Margaret died in Pittsfield in August of 1896. Her age was reported as 64. (However, if she was 23 in 1850 as the census records show, she would have been 69).
At the time of her death, she was living on Goodrich street.
The Kinsella Family of Stockbridge Massachusetts
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/i/n/Kimberly-Kinsella/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-Index.html
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:QX7uX80q61wJ:familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/i/n/Kimberly-Kinsella/PDFBOOK1.pdf+Kennarney+tracy&cd=4&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ie
http://www.myheritage.com/person-1000141_46654431_46654431/andrew-tracy
 
Michael Leigha and Mary Joint 
Mary b. June 17, 1847 Killina sp. Michael Monaghan and Katy Tracy

 

Cornelius Tracey (b. Ireland*) & Hanora McManus (b. Tipperary 1786 d. 1872 Cincinnati Ohio)

Anne (b. 1835 Kings d. 1894 Cincinnati Ohio) m. Patrick Flannery (b. 1832 Roscommon d. 1906 Cincinnati Ohio) 28 May 1857 St. Francis Xavier, Cincinnati Ohio.

* May have moved to Cork

 

William Daly of Mounthrath & Ballinkill m. Marion Kirwan of Roscrea Wit: Edwd Treacy of Mullingar & Agnes Kirwan of Roscrea. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

 

Ward, Patrick, S. of Roger/Elizabeth (Tracey) of King's Co., Ireland; married Halifax 17 Feb. 1829 Mary Hickey; entire entry ruled out in register (q.v.) (32:120).

Leonard H. Smith (1994) Nova Scotia Immigrants to 1867, Volume 2

 

Honora Tracey b. 1803 Tipperary d. 18 November 1889 m. Philip Flannery about 1840 Offaly.

 

James Treacey & Margaret Kelly

Julia Treacey b. 10 Nov 1879 Banagher, Parsonstown, King's, Ireland

 

James Tracy (s. of John Tracy) 26 years, single m. Margaret Carroll (d. of Daniel Carroll) 26 years, single on 24 Nov 1864 St Michaels, Kings, Ireland

 

James Treacy & Kate Kinarny

Sarah b. 16 July 1870 (LDS)

 

Mary Tracey or Quaney (b. 19 Feb 1837 in County Queens or Kings, Ireland d. 2 Dec 1908 in Meriden, Kansas)

1870 Census: Philadelphia Ward 10 District 28, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1880 Census: Kentucky, Jefferson, Kansas, United States

1900 Census: Fairview, Jefferson, Kansas

http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=lisablundell&id=P2303671059

 

Michael Tracy & Mary Devine

Michael b. ??? m. Mary Brown 8 May 1884 Manhattan NY (LDS)

 

Michael Threacy

Registration District: Parsonstown

Event Type: Marriages

Registration Quarter and Year: Apr - Jun 1889

Volume Number: 3

Page Number: 404

 

Patrick Tracy & Mary Malloy

Catherine b. 3 February 1841 (LDS)

...On April 13, 1858, Mr. [Orin S] Kittell was married, in St. Nazianz, Wis., to Miss Catherine Tracy, who was born February 3, 1841, in Kings county. Ireland, daughter of Patrick and Mary (Malloy) Tracy. They came to the United States in 1851, sailing from Liverpool on the "William Rathbone. " a Black Star liner, and, after a voyage of eight weeks, landed in New York City. From there they proceeded to Buffalo, N. v., where they remained one year, and in 1854 came to Liberty township, Manitowoc Co., Wis., locating on an unimproved farm, where Mrs. Kittell resided until her marriage...

Commemorative Biographical Record of the West Shore of Green Bay, Wisconsin (1896)

Patt Tracy, age 38, Labourer, Ireland to USA, Liverpool: William Rathbone 01/27/1851

Mary Tracy, age 36, Labourer, Ireland to USA, Liverpool: William Rathbone 01/27/1851

Michl Tracy, age 12, Labourer, Ireland to USA, Liverpool: William Rathbone 01/27/1851

Patrick Tracy, age 08, Child, Ireland to USA, Liverpool: William Rathbone 01/27/1851

Cathn. Tracy, age 10, Immigrant, Ireland to USA, Liverpool: William Rathbone 01/27/1851

Daniel Tracy, age 05, Child, Ireland to USA, Liverpool: William Rathbone 01/27/1851

Edward Tracy, age 03, Child, Ireland to USA, Liverpool: William Rathbone 01/27/1851

 

Patrick Treacey & Catherine Morris

Michael b. 14 July 1875 (LDS)

 

James Tracy - of Salford Barracks (Groom's Parents: Patrick Tracy & Elizabeth of King's County) m. Mary McLynn - of Regent Road (Bride's Parents: Patrick McLynn & Anne of County Antrim) Witness: John McGee of Barracks; Bridget O'Neill of Seddon St.
Married by: James Wilding
Marriage: 30 Aug 1848 Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, Salford, Lancs.
Source: Original Register at LRO Preston

http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/Salford/Salford-Central/cathedral/marriages_1845-1850.html

 

William Treacy & Honora Ryan

Ellen b. 28 December 1872 (LDS)

Catherine b. 27 March 1876 Ballycleary (LDS)

Maryanne b. 31 October 1878 (LDS)

 

William Tracey

Birth: 11 Jun 1837 - Croghan, Ireland

Death: 08 Apr 1906 - Brisbane, Queensland

Tree Name: Tracey Family Tree

Invite 28 Jun 2008

 

Balliboy and Killoughy

 

Thomas Treacy & Nannie Slamon

Mary Bridget b. 22 April 1880 Frankford (LDS)

 

St. Isidore Catholic Cemetery Meeme Township, Manitowoc Co., Wisconsin

Mary/Nee MALLOY/wife of/P. Tracy Born/in the Parish of Killochey/Kings Co., Ireland in the year A.D. 1811/ Died/Jan. 1, 1887/Aged 76 years, ossw:

Patrick Tracy/Born in the Parish of Killochey/Kings Co.,Ireland/ March 7, 1810/Died/May 16, 1892/Aged 82 years.

William MORRISEY/Died/May 29, 1894/Aged/26 yrs. 1 mo. 21 ds, ossw:

Daniel Tracy/Born/Oct. 8, 1843/Died/Oct. 2, 1919

   (Erected by his uncle and aunt), next to separate stone:

Daniel Tracy (broken off at base), next to:

Catharine Tracy/1850-1928

http://www.2manitowoc.com/60.html

February 18, 1928 Manitowoc Herald News, Saturday, Page 2

Catherine Tracy Widow Of Old Hotelman Here Dead, Aged 82

After a two months illness, Mrs. Catherine Tracy, widow of the late Dan Tracy, pioneer Manitowoc hotel man who died ten years ago, passed away this morning at her home, 909 Huron street of diseases incident to old age. She was 82 years of age. Her maiden name was Catherine Morrissey, she having been born at Maple Grove. Following her marriage to Mr. Tracy they located on a farm in the town of Liberty near Pigeon Lake and about 35 years ago moved to this city where Mr. Tracy conducted a hotel on South Tenth street for a number of years until he retired from active business.

Since the death of her husband Mrs. Tracy continued to make Manitowoc her home. One sister, Mrs. Lawrence Gill of the town of Maple Grove, survives. Burial will take place Tuesday morning at nine o’clock from the Sacred Heart church, with burial at Osman.

 

 

 Banagher

 

 

 

Wallace to Port Philip, arrived 27 November 1841 [see Traceys of Australia for Newspaper references for the family]

George Tracey / Tracy 38 hus (family 61) Kings Co.
Maria Tracey / Tracy 36 wife of George (family 61)
Richard Tracey / Tracy 14 son of George (family 61)
William Tracey / Tracy 12 son of George (family 61)
Margaret Tracey / Tracy 10 dau of George (family 61)
Seward Tracey / Tracy 8 son of George (family 61)
Charles Tracey / Tracy 7 son of George (family 61)
Robert Tracey / Tracy 4 son of George (family 61)

Johanna Tracey / Tracy 15 dau of George (single woman 36) Kings Co.

http://www.oocities.com/vic1840/41/wa41.html?20116

 

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R.M. Treacy 1872

 

George Seward/ Seaward Treacey/Treacy (b. abt 1803 in Banagher, Kings Co (Now Offaly) d. Richmond?, Victoria?, Australia?) & Maria Winter (b: Abt 1804 in Banagher, Kings Co (Now Offaly), Ireland?).

Arrived Victoria 1841 on the 'Wallace'

Children:

Johannah Or Johanna Or Joanna 'Anna' Treacy b: 23rd Dec 1823 in Banagher, Kings Co (Now Offaly), Ireland

Richard Moore Treacy b: Abt 1826 in Banagher, Kings Co (Now Offaly), Ireland [Also http://home.vicnet.net.au/~pioneers/pppg5cr.htm]

William Winter Treacey Or Treacy b: Abt 1829 in Charlestown, Kings Co (Now Offaly), Ireland

Margaret (Henrietta?) Treacy b: Abt 1831 in Charlestown?, Kings Co (Now Offaly), Ireland

George Seward Or Seaward Treacey b: Abt 1833 in Charlestown?, Kings Co (Now Offaly), Ireland

Charles Edward Treacey Or Treacy b: Abt 1834 in Charlestown, Kings Co (Now Offaly), Ireland

Robert James Treacy b: Abt 1837 in Charlestown?, Kings Co (Now Offaly), Ireland

George Seward Tracy/Tracey/Treacy
George Seward Tracy arrived at Port Phillip, Australia in 1841 on the ‘Wallace’ with his wife, Maria Winter, and seven children, from King's County, Ireland. When his wife died in 1845 his occupation was listed as Constable. In 1847 he was appointed a Chief Constable of Police by the Governor. From 1847 I have been unable to find any trace of him, as yet I haven't located a death or burial. I have found deaths for all his children but one son William Winter Tracy. George Seward's occupation on one of his son's marriage certificates was listed as 'High Constable of the Barony'. This could be 'romantic' version of Chief Constable or I thought he may have returned to Ireland. Hope you may be able help me or point me in the right direction. Any assistance would be much appreciated.

Johannah b. 1823, Banagher m. 1845 Charles HOLMER.

Richard Moore b. c1826, Banagher m. Ellen Moore COWAN,

*William Winter b. c1830, Charlestown. m. Jane HARDY.

Margaret Henrietta b. c1831, King's County m. 1848 George Frederick Augustus WILSON.

George Seward b. c1834, Ireland m. 1857 Catherine MCRAE.

Charles Edward (b. c1836, Charlestown d. 1907 Corowa, NSW)

*Robert James (b. C1838, King's County d. 1916 Brisbane, Qld) m. 1881 Mary SCARBOROUGH.

Ruth. Ruth O'Connor 31 Jul 2003 rocdo 17 Feb 2008

MARRIED On Monday the 19th inst. At St Peter’s Church, Mr George Seward Treacey, to Julia, youngest daughter of Daniel O’Reilly, Esq, of Elizabeth Street, Melbourne

‘The Argus’ newspaper, Tuesday 20th July 1852.

I have been unable to match this with a marriage in Digger’s Pioneer Index or a certificate from Victorian BDM’s. George Seward Treacy/Tracy/Tracey born Circa 1803, arrived at Port Phillip in 1841 with his wife Maria Winter and their seven children. George’s wife, Maria died in 1845, leaving him in a position to remarry. I have been unable to find a death for George Seward Treacy. George also had a son named George Seward Treacy born Cir 1834 in Ireland. George Seward would have been old enough to marry in 1852. He married Catherine McRae on 20th October 1857 at the Independent Church, Collins St, Melbourne. From the Index of the Divorce Cause Book, I was able to find that George Seward and Catherine were divorced in 1861. On George Seward Treacy’s Victorian Death Certificate in 1910, it states under: If Married – Single. Information is needed please for where and how to gain access to marriage records for 1852 at St Peter’s Church, Melbourne. Contact with other researchers with a Daniel O’Reilly or Julia O’Reilly in their family trees, who lived in Melbourne around 1852, would be appreciated.

Ruth O’Connor, 1 Morton St. Rochester, 3561 Victoria, Australia. rocdo@bigpond.net.au March 2006

Digger - Pioneer Index. Victoria 1836-1888
George Treacy & Maria Winter

Johanna b. 1824 Kings Co. (Reg Number: 2869) m. Charles Holmer 1845 Melbourne Independent Congregational (Reg Number: 3814) Fiche: 903

Lesley Anderson

1847 Directory for the Town and District of Port Phillip.

Martin Tracy, publican, Bourke street

George Seward Treacy, Chief constable, Mount Macedon

1863-1864 Australians in the Waikato War

George Seward Treacey 65

3 and 4 May 1866 Catherine Treacy v. George Seward Treacy

A petition was filed by a husband (July 1863), praying a divorce, on the grounds of adultery by the wife. An answer was filed by the wife and co-respondent, denying the charges on oath, and the petition was subsequently dismissed for want of prosecution. The wife afterwards petitioned for divorce on grounds of adultery by the husband, cruelty, and desertion. The husband did not answer or defend the suit. the wife and the former co-respondent were examined and denied on oath the adulteries charged by the husband's petition. The court being satisfied with their denials and explanations, made a decree for divorce. Supreme Court Australia

George Steward TREACY

Regimental number, 6647

Religion, Church of England

Occupation, Miner

Address, Boulder City, Western Australia

Marital status, Married

Age at embarkation, 34

Next of kin, Wife, Mrs E Tracey, 96 Palmerston Street, Perth, Western Australia

Enlistment date, 28 December 1916

Date of enlistment from Nominal Roll, 27 November 1916

Rank on enlistment, Private

Unit name, 28th Battalion, 19th Reinforcement

AWM Embarkation Roll number, 23/45/4

Embarkation details, Unit embarked from Fremantle, Western Australia, on board HMAT A28 Miltiades on 29 January 1917

Rank from Nominal Roll, Lance Corporal

Unit from Nominal Roll, 28th Battalion

Fate, Returned to Australia 12 October 1918

Studio portraits of George Seward Treacy and Mrs Eva Treacy [picture] http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/37512865?q=treacy&c=picture#rtop489

 

John Tracy (abt 1790- abt 1835) Farmer, Galway Shipping Co m. Ellen abt 1809

Ellen Tracy (1814-22/1/1893) Shannon Harbour to Prahan, Victoria, Australia married Thomas Curley (Market gardener) abt 1834 Ballinasloe, Kilcloony Parish, Galway. (LDS)

1. John & Ellen Tracey Ballinasloe died around 1835

1.1  Ellen Tracey, born Shannon Harbour, Roscommon around 1814 (but I believe Shannon Harbour didn't exist until 1850!), married Thomas Curley in 1834 in Kilclooney parish, Ballinasloe, and emigrated to Australia where she died in 1893.

Kate Vines, silkworm@netvision.net.il

[Note: Shannon Harbour is listed as being located in Co. Offaly]

John TRACEY worked for Galway Shipping Co. about 1820, He and wife Ellen died of typhus in 1835. Daughter Bridget orphaned and eventually went to Australia as assisted immigrant.), Galway Bay, Ballinasloe, 1820-1840.

1.1 Ellen (b. abt. 1814 Shannon Harbour, Galway d. 22nd January 1893 Prahan, VIC, Australia) m. Thomas Curley abt 1834 Ballinasloe, Kilcloony Parish)

1.2 Bridget/Biddy Mary (b. abt 1819 Ballinasloe d. 11 May 1890 Eumemmering VIC Australia) m. John Andrews 18 December 1841 St. Francis RC Melbourne Australia). She lived in a convent and with "Aunt Ellen" prior to immigrating. She arrived in Victoria on the ship ‘England’ in 1841.

1.3 Ann (b. abt 1832 Galway) m. John Shaw 1852 Brighton

1.4 Brother (not named) went to sea.

Peter Andrews, pandrews@melbpc.org.au, http://www.ozemail.com.au/~pjandrew/andrews.html PO Box 89, Mount Macedon, 3441, Australia

 

James Tracy

James Tracy b. 1811 Gallen Parrish, immigrated Liverpool to Philadelphia US in June 1836.

http://www.irelandxo.com/ireland-xo/message-board/tracy-james-b-1811-gallen

 

Arrival Date: 06 Dec 1928 Niagara Falls, New York from Canada

Mrs Catherine Treacy b. 09 May 1881 Banagher [Offaly] Ireland 

Children:

Catherine  b. 31 Aug 1915 Tollznedoll Ireland 

Mary Agnes Treacy b. ??18 Jul 5 Shankill Ireland 

Rose

Patrick b. ??09 Jun 22 Pollalesbows Scotland 

James b. ??13 Oct 1 Tollynadoll Ireland 

Departure Contact: Brother/Friend Mrs. Alex Partwright/Caitwright/Cartwright

Arrival Contact: Husband/Father Patrick 

 

William Tracey & Margaret Connolly

Elizabeth b. 15 December 1864 Banagher (LDS)

Margaret b. 1 October 1867 (LDS)

Bridget b. 15 April 1870 (LDS)

William b. 26 August 1872 (LDS)

Catherine b. 6 March 1875 (LDS)

Sarah b. 11 July 1877 Kilcummin (LDS)

Mary b. 24 March 1880 Kilcummin (LDS)

 

 

 

Aidan Treacy, Banagher College, St Rynagh’s,, Offaly U21 Hurling Team 2012 and 2013, Senior Team 2016, 2917

2010 All-Ireland Colleges Title for Banagher

2016 St Rynagh’s win Robbins Cup, Offaly senior hurling championship title

 

https://twitter.com/aidantreacy2

 

 

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 Birr and Loughkeen

 

November 06, 1931 (IP) Death

Treacy - Nov. 5th 1931, at Marlenella, Rathgar, the Very Rev. Wm. Treacy, CSSR, Rector, brother of Rev. B. Treacy, CSSR, Dundalk, and Rev. J. Treacy CSSR, Australia. Deeply regretted. Remains will be removed to-day (Friday) to Maiens street Station for 5.30 pm train to Dundalk. Funeral after 11 o'clock Mass, Dundalk, on Saturday morning.

14th November 1931 The Tablet

A Redemptorist Loss.—The Redemptorists in Ireland have suffered a loss by the death of the Rev. William Treacy, one of three priest brothers in that Congregation, the others being Father Brendan Treacy, of Dundalk, and Father John Treacy, who for many years past has laboured in Australia. Father William Treacy, a native of Birr, was ordained in 1909, and had served in a number of Redemptorist centres. He was a fluent Gaelic speaker, and liad given missions, not only in Ireland's ancient tongue, but also in Scottish Gaelic to Catholics living in the Hebrides. For the last three years of his life he had been rector at Rathgar, where death took place.

 

Jul 6, 1939 The Irish Times
Mr. A. Treacy And Miss A Crean
At the Church of the Holy Name, Beechwood avenue, the wedding took place of Mr. Alphonsus Treacy, of the Revenue Commissioners Office, Dublin Castle, son of the late Edward Treacy, of Birr, and Mrs Emily Treacy, of 13 Victoria road, Rathgar, Dublin, and Miss Angela Crean, daughter of Mr. J.B. Crean (late of the Irish land Commission) and the late Mrs crean of 65 Palmerston road, Dublin....assisted by the Rev Father J. Treacy, C.SS.R. (brother of the bridegroom)...

 

31 July 1777 (FJ) Married

Mr. Edward Tracy, merchant in Birr, to Miss Sally Baily of Meath-street

Edward Tracy, Mr of Offaly m. Sally Baily Aug 1777 Hibernian Chronicle/Cork Evening Post

 

 

John Tracy

Born at Parsonstown, Ireland

Died at Lansingburgh, N.Y.

November 27, 1842

In the 57th year of his age.

 

Tracy Mausoleum. Erected in 1904, the Tracy Mausoleum is made of Westerly granite and designed in the Classical style. The mausoleum features a distinctive beehive roof and an interior dome of mosaic. It was built for Sarah Tracy and her family. Raised in Lansingburgh, Sara was educated at Manhattan’s Sacred Heart Convent and taught in Lansingburgh for many years. Upon inheriting her brother’s vast fortune, she became a major benefactor to the Catholic Church in the Wheeling Charleston, West Virginia Diocese as a result of her friendship with the Bishop of Wheeling. Her bequest led to the founding of Wheeling College.

Oakwood Cemetery, Troy, Rensselaer County, New York

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=149437902

 

About the year 1822, when his son-in-law John Tracy, husband of Sara Rawson, came to Lansingburgh to live, Mr. Rawson entered with him into the business of malt-brewing, and built the malting houses now known as Nos. "I" and " II" The firm name was Rawson and Tracy. Subsequently, this was after the death of both Keating Rawson and John Tracy, the latter' s son Edward built two other malt-houses now numbered “III" and "IV."

John Tracy was a son of Edward Tracy, a rich farmer in King's County, Ireland, and his wife Catharine. Both were Catholics. John was born in 1785 at Birr, or Parsonstown, and received a good education. At a later period, Edward Tracy having become impoverished chiefly, it is said, through his wife's extravagance, his son John was compelled to seek a living in the New World. He came to New York city; (the year of his arrival is not known); and, in 1820, married, as we have said, Sara Rawson, the eldest child and only daughter of Keating and Annie Eustace Rawson, at the bride's home at Lansingburgh. The officiating priest was Rev. Wm. Hogan, whom we have already named in connection with the church troubles in Philadelphia. At this time, however, Fr. Hogan was in good standing. For two years after their marriage, John and Sara Tracy lived in New York city, and then transferred their residence to Lansingburgh at Keating Rawson's urgent request, where John Tracy entered into business with his father-in-law. Five children were the issue with which Providence blessed the marriage of John and Sara Tracy, namely, Anna Eustace, Edward, Sara Catharine Aloysia, Enstace Rawson and John Keating.

Anna Eustace was born in New York in 1821, and the other four in Lansingburgh. Anna married William Caggar in February, 1847. She is said to have been a woman of many ennobling qualities, patient under trials, and amidst her many bereavements a model of long suffering. Successively she lost all her children, (except one,) her husband, her health and her property; and yet, while for years an invalid in health, was always smiling and sweet-tempered. She died in Brooklyn, on Saturday, January 13, 1883, leaving one child William, now in business in New York city, who was born on iSiesday, August 7, 1849.

John Keating Tracy, the youngest child of John and Sara, died at Lansingburgh on Saturday, April 5, 1834, aged 5 months and 23 days, and is buried in “the old graveyard.” The other three children of John and Sara Tracy are still living.

…But in 1820, as has been said, she was married at Lansingburgh to John Tracy; thence removed with her husband to New York city, and returned from there to Lansingburgh in 1822, where she continued to live until her death on Saturday, October 26, 1839. She is said to have been a woman of refined, amiable and pious feelings. She is buried alongside her mother in "the old graveyard" at Lansingburgh.

John Tracy survived his wife three years. He, too, died at Lansingburgh a few days only after the demise of his worthy father-in-law Keating Rawson, on Saturday, November 27,' 1842, at the age of fifty-seven, and is buried alongside his wife.

On the death of his wife, Keating Rawson being now entirely alone took up his residence with his son-in-law John Tracy who was a resident of Lansingburgh since about the year 1822.

Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia, 1896, Volume 7

 

 

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1. Edward Tracey (b. circa 1750) m. Mary Prescott1774 Birr Church of Ireland

1.1 Simon Prescott Tracey b. 1775 Birr Church of Ireland

 

1821 Census

Simon Treacy, 46 [b. 1775], Shoemaker & Farmer, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's  [4 acres Parish of Birr]

Anne Treacy, 40 [b. 1781] -, Wife, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

Mary Anne Treacy, 21 [b. 1800], -, Daughter, 54 Main Street, Birr, King's

Thomas Treacy, 17 [b. 1804], -, Son, 54 Main Street, Birr, King's

Simon Treacy, 15 [b. 1806], -, Son, 54 Main Street, Birr, King's

Matilda Treacy, 13 [b. 1808], -, Daughter, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

Eliza Treacy, 11 [b. 1810], -, Daughter, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

Robert Treacy, 8 [b. 1813], -, Son, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

Jane Treacy, 3 [b. 1818], -, Daughter, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

Dorinda Treacy, 9 months [b.1820], -, Daughter, 54 Main Street, Birr, Birr, King's

 

Simon Prescott Treacy and Hannah Heenan 1830 (Dublin Marriage Licence)

 

1.2 Robert Tracey b. 1777 Birr Church of Ireland

1.3 Edward Tracey b. 1780 Birr Church of Ireland

1.4 John Tracey b. 1783 Birr Church of Ireland

1.5 Martha Tracey b. 1784 Birr Church of Ireland

1.6 Joseph Tracey b. 18 September 1785 Birr Church of Ireland

1.7 Thomas Tracey b. 8 June 1789 Birr Church of Ireland

1.8 Noble Tracey (b. 31 July 1790 d. 1843 Dublin [Glasnevin record])

Married (1): Jemima Williams

Children of Noble and Jemima (Williams) Tracey:

1.8.1 Anne Jane Tracy (b. 2 February 1819 Birr d. before 1822)

1.8.2 Anne Tracy b. 14 July 1822 Ss. Michael and John RC Church Dublin. Sp. Marian Gibbons.

Married (2): Jane Nowland (or Knowls) (33) Noble Tracey m. Jane Nowten 9 Sep 1823 at German Lutheran Church, Dublin

Children of Noble and Jane (Nowland/Knowls) Tracy:

1.8.3 Rose Tracy b. 17 October 1824 Ss. Michael and John RC Church, Dublin. Sp. John Corcoran and Ann Campbell.

1.8.4 Nicholas Tracy b. December 1826 Ss. Michael and John RC Church, Dublin. Sp. Mary Ann Gillon (probably his father’s third wife).

1.8.5 Noble Tracy (b. circa 1827 Dublin City d. 25 July 1900 181 Warren Street, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey of “Pyonephrosis” (renal infection)).

Immigration: From Ireland to the United States in 1853 (record not found). Naturalized as an American citizen on 8 October 1866, Essex County, New Jersey Court of Common Pleas. His naturalization was witnessed by James McCauley.

Occupation: Hatter

Military: Union Army, Civil War. Enlisted 5 January 1861, and was mustered into NY 71st Regiment, Company A. Discharged 30 July 1864. Re-enlisted 8 October 1864, NJ 1st Regiment Light Artillery. Discharged 22 June 1865. Filed with the Federal government as an invalid due to wounds received in 1882; granted access into the Home for Disabled Soldiers in Elizabeth City, Virginia in 1889.

Buried: 28 July 1900 Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Newark, New Jersey

Married (1): Mary Ann Reilly (b. abt. 1827, d. 1853, Dublin) 

Children of Noble and Mary Ann (Reilly) Tracy:

1.8.5.1 William John Tracey, b. 25 March 1852 Dublin, d. 14 Jan 1930 Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

They had several older children (fate as yet unknown), youngest of whom was William John Tracey, b. March 1852,Dublin.

William John emigrated to Montreal, Canada, 1874. Worked as carpenter, then undertaker. 1901 Census chef [link]

Married (1): Mary Jane McMahon, b. 10 March 1856, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, d. 1883, Montreal, Canada

Children of William John and Mary Jane (McMahon) Tracey:

1.8.5.1.1 Mary Ann “Mame” Tracey (b. 1877, Montreal, d. 1922, Montreal) m. 1907 William Patrick Sheridan (b. 1876, Montreal, d. 1951, Montreal)

        Children:

        a) William John Pat Sheridan (b. 1909, Montreal, d. 1996, Montreal)

        b) (Rev.) Edward F. Sheridan (b. 1912, Montreal, d. 1999, Pickering, Ontario, Canada)

        c) (Rev.) T. Gerald Sheridan (b. 1917, Montreal, d. 1964, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)

1.8.5.1.2 Edward Noble Tracey (b. 1878, Montreal, d. unknown) m. 1906 Jennie B. Murison

        Children:

        a) Jessie Norma Tracey (b. 1907, Montreal, d. unknown)

        b) Edward Lorne Tracey (1916, Montreal, d. unknown)

Married (2): Bridget McNerney b. Clifton, Gloucestereshire, England(parents John McNerney (1831-1893) and Catherine Hennessey (1836-1888) from Co. Clare, Ireland) 10 Apr 1862; died 3 Jan 1925, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Children of William John and Bridget (McNerney) Tracey:    

1.8.5.1.3 William John (1885 - 1965) m. 1911 Caroline Neil (1889-1925); m. 1940 Elizabeth Postgate (no children)

        Children of William John and Caroline Neil Tracey:

        a) Doris Frances Mary Tracey (b. 1913, Montreal, death unknown)

        b) John Leo Tracey (b. 1916, Montreal, d.1970, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada)

1.8.5.1.4 Agnes Theresa (b. 1886, Montreal, d. 1975, East Aurora, New York, USA) m. 1918 John Francis Maguire Cahill (b. 1878 Cornwall, Ontario, d. 1955, Warsaw, New York, USA)

        Children:

        a) Moira Katherine Cahill (b. 1920, Wyoming, New York – living)

        b) Kevin Tracey Cahill (b. 1921, Wyoming, New York, d.2005, Orchard Park, New York)

        c) Brian Gerald Joseph Cahill (b. 1923, Warsaw, New York, d. 2006, Hamburg, New York)

        d) Brenda Eileen Cahill (b.1924, Warsaw, New York, d. 1975, Gorham, Maine)

        e) Kathleen Helen Cahill (b. 1926, Warsaw, New York – living)

1.8.5.1.5 Catherine Bridget “Kate” (b. 1888, Montreal, d. 1925, Montreal) m. Benjamin Watt (no known children)

1.8.5.1.6 Helen Elizabeth “Nell” (b. 1890, Montreal, d. 1934, Montreal) (never married)

1.8.5.1.7 Winifred Gertrude “Gert” (b. 1894, Montreal, d.1994, Toronto, Ontario, Canada) (never married)

1.8.5.1.8 Albert Gerald (b. 1896, Montreal, d. 1968, Montreal) m. 1936 Marie-Anne SimonneGignac (1911 - 1987)

        Children:

        a) Eileen Tracey (1938-?)

        b) Marion Geraldine Tracey (1941-?)

1.8.5.1.9 Eileen Emerie (b.1906, Montreal, d. 1931, Montreal) (never married) 

Married (2): about 1853 Ellen Callaghan (she died 28 October 1867)

Children of Noble and Ellen (Callaghan) Tracy:

1.8.5.2 Mary Ellen Tracy (b. 15 August 1854 Orange, New Jersey d. 1860s Harrison, New Jersey)

1.8.5.3 Catherine Ann Tracy (b. October 1855 Orange, New Jersey d. after 1920 Kearny, New Jersey) m. 15 November 1882 Patrick Joseph Brosnan (no children)

1.8.5.4  Paul Noble Tracy (TWIN) (b. 17 October 1857 Orange, New Jersey d. between 1920 and 1929 Livingston, New Jersey)  m. 12 June 1882 Rosanna Ward

Children:

a) Mary Blanche Tracy, 8 August 1884;

b) Paul Leo Tracy, 29 August 1886;

c) John Ambrose Tracy, 5 April 1888;

d) Walter Egan Tracy, November 1892; and

e) Joseph Dunn Tracy, 18 November 1898.

1.8.5.5 (MALE) Tracy (TWIN) (b. 17 October 1857 Orange, New Jersey d. on or soon after 17 October 1857 Orange, New Jersey)

1.8.5.6  Elizabeth Tracy ( b. 30 November 1860 Orange, New Jersey d. after 1930 Newark, New Jersey) m. 8 June 1886 James Francis Donnelly

Children:

a) Florence Donnelly, 10 May 1887;

b) Francis Henry Donnelly, 19 September 1889;

c) Ella Donnelly, 1892;

d) Loretta Donnelly, 26 April 1895; and

e) Joseph Donnelly, 1901.

Married (3): about 1868 Bridget Barton (b. March 1837 Greaghnaslieve, Innishmagrath, County Leitrim, d. 18 July 1877 Newark, Essex County, New Jersey) (Parents: George Barton & Bridget Guckeen)

Children of Noble and Bridget (Barton) Tracy:

1.8.5.7 Alice Maria Tracy (b. 18 June 1869 Newark, New Jersey d. after 1930 Newark, New Jersey)

Married (1): 1889 Jessie Hendrickson

Child: a) Alice Hendrickson, 19 October 1890 – before 1895.

Married (2): 1918 Patrick Degnan

1.8.5.8  John Ambrose Tracy

1.8.5.9  GeorgeAloysious Tracy (b. 11 February 1873 Newark, New Jersey d. after 1930 Newark, New Jersey) (never married)

1.8.5.10  Edward Tracy (b. 1875 or 1876 Newark, New Jersey d. 30 January 1876 Newark, New Jersey)

Married (4): 9 February 1880 Mary (Higgins) Peacock, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Newark, New Jersey (she died 19 August 1890)

Married (3): 1829 Mary Anne Gillon [Noble Tracy m. Anne Gillon 23 June 1829 St. Peter's Church of Ireland, Drogheda Co. Louth]

Children of Noble and Mary Anne (Gillon) Tracy

1.8.6 Patrick Tracy b. 17 March 1830 Ss. Michael and John RC Church, Dublin. Sp. John Alwright and Anne Parviso.

1.8.7 Mary Anne Tracey b. 15 December 1834 Ss. Michael and John RC Church, Dublin. Sp. Thos Nugent & Margt Trace

1.9 Mary Tracy b. 14 August 1791 Birr Church of Ireland

1.10 Martha Tracy b. 19 December 1793 Birr Church of Ireland

Attached is the family history (without first marriage to Mary Anne Reilly and descendants through William John Tracey (1852 – 1930), later confirmed through DNA evidence), created by genealogist, Sean Curry [Link]

Deirdre Godfrey deirafrica@yahoo.com November 2013

NOTE: The DNA analysis of the descendants of Noble Tracy, b. circa 1827, Dublin, is fairly unique showing very limited matches even at the 12 marker level.

 

Account of Persons conveyed from the Port of Liverpool to Ireland

25 Nov 1831 Noble Tracey wife & 3 children, 5 in total, total expenses 17s6d, Remarks: Heaton Norris [Stockport Lancashire]

 

Edward Tracey/Treacy married Emily Delany [State Reg: Limerick, 4th Quarter 1884 5 205] [Moved to Birr Offaly 1901 Census and the widow back to Limerick 1911 Census]

 

Isle of Man Times

Mr and Mrs Edward Treacy, Birr, Ireland visited the Isle of Man from 1889 to 1899

 

Ellen Tracey & William Parker of Crinkle

Charlotte Parker b. 04 Jan 1877 Parsonstown, Kings, Ireland

 

Oct 10, 1924 (IT) Death

Treacy - October 8, 1924 at Kilcummin , Birlmount?, Sarah Treacy, widow of the late Henry Treacy, Birr. Funeral to Moystown, 3 o'clock, today (Friday).

 

James Tracy & Margaret Brannon

Michael b. 2 May 1864 Parsonstown (LDS)

 

James Treacy & Mary Anne Lally

Alice b. 29 July 1864 Parsonstown (LDS)

Catherine b. 8 April 1868 (LDS)

 

James Tracey, b. 1858 Birr, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea

James Tracey of Birr Kings, age 14 years, 15 Regiment, joined at Dublin, 11 June 1872. Discharged 2 Dec 1890 after 18 years service. Boy to drummer to corporal. Served home from 11 June 1872 to 16 March 1885, Gibralter from 17 mar 85 to 12 Nov 86, West Indies 13 Nov 86 to 22 Oct 88, South Africa 23 Oct 88 to 13 Nov 90, home 14 No 90 to 2 Dec 90. Next of kin: Mary Ann Tracey, Military road, Birr, mother (deceased); Jane Tracey wife [all crossed out]; son Ignatius Tracey 34 Senior [crossed out] 99 Murray street, Preson, Lancashire. married Jane McCort, Preston Lancashire, December 30th 1878 (deceased) [all crossed out]. Children Mary Josephine 14.4.82; Ignatus William Henry 5.9.83; James Michael 28.1.85.

 

Ignatius William H Tracey b. Jul-Aug-Sep 1883 Beverley, Yorkshire, England

1901 Census

Ignatius Tracey, 17, b. Beverley Yorkshire, Drummer, St Oswald'S Fulford York

WWI British Army Service Records

Ignatius Tracey, b. abt 1884, Beverley, Yorkshire.

1914-1920 British Army medal index cards

Ignatius Treacy, Royal Field Artillery L/2779 Corporal

 

Monica Tracey & John Eustace

John Eustace married Monica Tracey on 19 August 1847 at Birr, County Offaly; no further record has been found.

http://www.roneustice.com/Family%20History/IrishFamiliessub/EustaceFamilyOffaly.html

 

Simon R Treacy (s. of Robt Treacy, farmer) esqre of 9 B.View Avenue m. Ellen E Butler (d. of Henry W. Butler, farmer) of 14 Upr Sackville St on 19 October 1861 Wit: HM Butler & Wm? Treacy (by licence) St. Thomas CoI North Dublin City [b. Birr lived Dublin, shop in Westmorland street moved to Kingstown]

 

Simon Treacy married Nannie Eades or M'Cormack [State Reg: Parsonstown, 1874 13 429]

 

Thomas Tracy, cloathier, of Birr Offaly and Miss Mary Ann Clarke of Rath Offaly (d. of George) 28 Feb 1745 Pre-Marriage Settlement registered 19/01/1746. 84929

George Clarke to pay £500 marriage dowery, Thomas Tracy pledged a £600 lump sum or annuity thereon should Mary Ann Clarke be widowed.

Rev Robert Maw witness to deed, Thomas Armstrong, gent, of Killhibbert Island, Offaly witness to deed, Edward Molloy, gent of Clonbeale, Offaly witness to deed & memorial, John Lynch witness to memorial

Thomas Tracy (d. Birr, King's Co) & Mary Ann Clarke (b: between 1720 and 1728 in Ireland)

Children

Alice Tracy b: in Ireland

Lynne 2010-07-25

 

William Tracey, b. 1857 Birr, Kings (Offaly) WO97 Chelsea  

William Tracey, b. Birr county Monegal [crossed out] Kings, age 21 years 6 months, trade spinner, joined Coldstream of guards at London 17th Sept 1878 n. 4549 2nd Batt, served 3 months Royal Westmeath Militia, rejected for Coldstream Guards at Burnley on 11th Sept 1878

21 years, 5'8.25", 35.5" chest, fresh complexion, blue eyes, brown hair, Roman Catholic,

Served to 12 Sep 1890. Home 13.9.78-31.7.82; Egypt 1.8.82-16.11.82; Home 17.11.82-12.9.84, 13.9.84-12.9.90.

Next of kin: brother J Tracey, 11 Mount Pleasant, Blackburn. Notes: Not on the married eotalilopunity?

 

Protestant Marriages Roscrea Registrar District

Eliza Treacy daughter of Thomas Treacy (Shoemaker) Married Thomas Keele (Shoemaker) of Birr, son of Thomas Keele (Shoemaker) Dec. 14 1855 Ettagh licence.

Eliza Treacy (d. of Thomas Treacy) m. Thomas Keele (s. of Thomas Keele) 04 Dec 1855 Ettagh, Kings, Ireland  [State Registration: Eliza Treacy, Roscrea, 1855 10 15]

 

 

 Edenderry

 

Edward Tracey & Catherine Hill

Mary Jane b. 4 March 1866 Edenderry (LDS)

Edward b. 20 June 1868 Edenderry (LDS)

James Thomas b. 1 September 1871 (LDS)

 

Michael Tracy & Marcella Dunn

Maria Tracy b. 30 Apr 1825 Sp. Thomas Glissy? & Elizabeth Conlan. Edenderry Parish

Johannes Tracy b. 2 Sep 1827 Sp. Thomas Cossans & Catharina Forby. Edenderry Parish

 

Erin go Bragh 1862

The following is an extract from the paper by Ms Jennifer Harrison "From King's County to "Quinnsland" -

"Nearer home [Brisbane] can be seen another worthy specimen of an Irishman who frequently takes his seat beside the stipendiary magistrates in Brisbane, honourable and independently differing in opinion from them occasionally. This is Mr William Tracey, a native of Kings County, and one of the passengers by the Erin-go-bragh in 1862".

William, born about 1838 in Coole, Crogan, Lower Philipstown, Ballyburly, Edenderry, Kings County [Coole & Crogan, Ballyburly], was the son of Michael Tracey and Marcella Dunne. He married Mary Kelly in Ireland and she was born about 1840. As far as I can ascertain, they had seven children - 4 sons and 3 daughters - born in Queensland, Australia, between 1867 and 1882.

There are also Catherine and Maria Tracey on board that ship. They were born about 1838 and 1842 respectively. Nothing is known about these two ladies.

Can anyone help with these folk please?

Many thanks

Bev <kerlindavidbev@ozemail.com.au> 21 May 2003

 

 

 Ferbane (& Gallen)

 

James Tracy (b. 1811 or 1815 Gallen) m. Lucinda Mulford 20 February 1840 Mason Co. WV

Children:

  1. Has No ChildrenThomas Tracy b: ABT 1842 in Ohio
  2. Has No ChildrenAnne Tracy b: ABT 1840 in Ohio
  3. Has No ChildrenJames Tracy b: ABT 1844 in Ohio
  4. Has No ChildrenJohn Tracy b: ABT 1846 in Ohio
  5. Has No ChildrenWilliam Tracy b: ABT 1849 in Ohio

He emigrated Liverpool to Phily 1836 on the NorthStar; married Lucinda Mulford in Mason Co (W)Va 1840; they settled on Ball Run Rd. near Pomeroy, Meigs Ohio raised their family and are buried Beech Grove Cemetery Pomeroy Meigs Ohio.

 

Montcalm 28 Jul 1928 Canada

Michael Treacy, 30,  b. Clogher, Co. Tyrone

Brother-in-law: Mr. Ptk. Brown, Box 392, Stettler, Alta

Brother: Mr. John Treacy, Cloghan, Offaly.

 

Patrick Tracy

Death: 29 Jan 1881 Essex Canada, Age: 78

Birth Location: Cloghan Kings Co, Ireland

 

William Tracey & Margaret Connolly

Elizabeth b. 15 December 1864 Banagher (LDS)

Margaret b. 1 October 1867 (LDS)

Bridget b. 15 April 1870 (LDS)

William b. 26 August 1872 (LDS)

Catherine b. 6 March 1875 (LDS)

Sarah b. 11 July 1877 Kilcummin (LDS) Ferbane

Mary b. 24 March 1880 Kilcummin (LDS)

 

 Horseleap, Clara, Kilbride (see Westmeath)

 

See Westmeath

 

 Killeigh

 

Thos Tracey & Mary Quinne

Mary Tracey b. Dec 1843 Sp. Thomas Purcell & Ann Quin Killeigh Parish

 

Ellen Tracy

Birth:  1771 - of Gurteen, County Offaly, Ireland

Death:  17 Oct 1831 - Killeigh, County Offaly, Ireland

 

24 June 1909 Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW)

Mr. James Tracy, Goulburn.

Mr. James Tracy, of Hilltop, Cowper street, Goulburn, died at Prince Alfred Hospital on Sunday morning, 13th inst., from pneumonia following an operation. Mrs. Tracy and family were summoned to Sydney by wire on Saturday night. Deceased, who was born at Gazehill, near Tullamore, King's County, Ireland, arrived in this country in 1859 and entered the mounted police. He was in the force during the exciting period of the Lambing Flat (Young) riots, and took an active part in the bushranging days-— those of Frank Gardiner, Gilbert, Ben Hall, Lowry, and others — having many exciting and thrilling adventures. Afterwards Mr. Tracy saw service in many places, including Dfyburgh, Taralga, Braidwood, Goulburn, Yass. and Binalong, where he also filled the position of C.P.S. for nine years. He retired on a pension, and has since resided in Goulburn. He leaves a widow and three daughters. Mr Tracy was of a happy, genial dis position, and a great favourite with all who knew him. In his last hours he received spiritu'ai consolation from the Rev. Father Martin, Camperdown. The remains were in ter 'ed at Rook wood. — R.I.P.

 

Margaret Treacy, b. Garrymore, Geashill, Ireland on 14 Nov 1911, married William Harrison Benedict and had 3 children. She passed away on 12 Dec 1995 in Long Island NY Westbury Nassau, New York, USA.

 

Michalem Tracy married Mariam Ryan 10 Nov 1880 Wit: Martine Dalton & Ellene Donally Portlaw Parish

 

Tracy family

My great grandfather Michael Tracy/Tracey was born in 1838 in Kings County according to the 1901 census. On Michael's marriage cert his father's name is down as Bernard. This is the man I am interested in finding any information on!

I found a Bernard Tracey on Griffith's Valuation in the parish of  Geashill , town of Gorteen. I am assuming this is Michael's father as I did not find another Bernard Tracy/Tracey in Kings County/Offaly.

On the Griffith's cancelation books Bernard Tracy/Tracey's name was cancelled in 1858. So either he died or moved away? But the fact that he was listed on his Son Michael's marriage cert in 1880 makes me think he was still alive at the time of the marriage?

Michael married a Mariam/Mary Ryan in Portlaw, Co Waterford in November 1880.

Yarrumjane 14th September 2016

 

 

 Moneygall/Dunkerrin/Barna (See also Tipperary)

 

Andrew Treacy and Bridget Ganon married in Dunkerrin parish on 5 March 1821.

parenting five children (Judith, John, Dennis, Anne, Michael) in Dunkerrin RC parish between 1822 and 1832.

"Lorraine Eachus" <LorraineE@worldnet.att.net> 31 Oct 2000

 

Michael Treacy/Treasy & Honora/Onny Tobin

John b. 2 October 1864 Shinrone (LDS)

Richard b. 14 January 1866 Shinrone (LDS)

Thomas b. 12 June 1867 (LDS) Onny

James b. 22 June 1870 (LDS) Onny

Michael Tr(e)acey & Honor(a) Tobin

Bridget b. 28 March 1873 (LDS)

Joseph b. 23 April 1876 Moneygall (LDS)

Margaret b. 28 December 1879 Moneygall (LDS)

 

Mary Anne Treacy, 22, spinster, house maid, of Ballinascarry (d. of Michael Treacy, gardener) married Joseph Whyte, 35.5, bachelor, labourer, of Ballinascarry (s. of John Whyte, mason) Wit: Thomas Foley & Mary Anne Foley on the 4 October 1908 RC Chapel Castletown [Granard Westmeath]

Mary Tracy & Joseph White, labourer

John White born 15 July 1909 of Wilton [Enniscorthy Wexford]

Michael White born 23 April 1911 of Behamore [Borrisokane Tipperary]

[1911 Census both born Offaly - Behamore (Hawkshaw) Cloughjordan, Tipperary]

 

I Found more information on the Tracys etc. I had sent away for some family history in County Offaly and some of these may be your relatives.

Thomas Maher of Cullenwayne married a Mary Tracy on Feb. 22, 1846. Con and Mary Ryan were witnesses.

1857, Jan.18, Denis Tracy and Mgt. Bohan were sponsors at a wedding in Dunkerrin for Dinis Maher of Ballinamohill and Margaret Ormond.

May 3, 1891, Judith Maher and Nicholas Tracy, North Riding in Dunkerrin . John Treacy and Kate Maher were sponsors.

Hope this is of use. Sharon slinares_1 28 May 2004

 

Patrick Tracey b. about 1803 in Loughan m. Mary Carroll. Emigrated to US via New York City in 1820's. Ended up in Essex Co., Ontario, Canada.

Tracey of Loughan County Offaly, Uibh Fhaili, King's County, Offally, OFF (Province of Leinster, Laighin)

 

1912 Emmel School Group

Back row…John Treacy, Cullenwaine…

Dunkerrin By Seamus O Riain, Dunkerrin History Committee, 1988

 

June 25, 1938 Nenagh Guardian

Death Of Mr. R. Treacy, Moneygall. The death of Mr. Richard Treacy, an old and respected resident of Moneygall, took place at his residence on last Friday. The deceased belonged to a very old and respected Moneygall family, and was always held in high esteem by the people of his native parish. Requiem High Mass was offered for the repose of his soul in Moneygall Church on Saturday morning. The funeral, which left the Church grounds on Sunday afternoon for the family burial place, at Castletown, was of an extremely representative character. The parochial clergy conducted the burial service at the gtavesidel with his brothers and relatives. Sincere sympathy is felt throughout the parish.

 

 Philipstown

 

Lack Tracey & Mary Dunn
James Tracey b. 26 Jul 1828 of Ballyslass? Sp. Mathew Kirwan & Bess? Geraghty. Philipstown Parish

 

Lack Tracy & Elene Dunn
Mary Tracy b. 15 Jun 1833 of hallycloss? Sp. Denis Smith? & Dorethea Dunn. Philipstown Parish

 

Pat Treacy married Julia Kavanagh 17 Oct 1855 Wit: Pat Whelan & May Corcoran Philipstown Parish

 

Bernard Tracy & Catherine McNamera

John b. 14 March 1865 Philipstown (LDS)

Eliza b. 9 February 1867 Philipstown (LDS)

Bridget b. 12 June 1870 Philipstown (LDS)

 

 Rahan

 

Catherina Tracey (d. Michaelis & Catherinae Tracey of Rahan Kings Co) of 23 St Dominick St m. Joannes Grendon (s. of Patritii & Mariae Grendon of Palmerstown Rolestown[or Garristown]) of Coffey's Ct Greggs Lane on 5 November 1858 [or 30 October 1859]  Wit: Anna Garry of 33 Constitution Hill & Elizabeth Lyons of 32 Bolton street. Greious antea in mater con junalis sunt???? [Jossitan in libo jam inscrifslunn???]

http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/st.mary%27s-pro-cath_mf_1800-1862_ma_0577.pdf

http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/st.mary%27s-pro-cath_mf_1800-1862_ma_0581.pdf

 

 

 

 Rhode

 

William Tracey & T(h)eresa Forbes [see also Rosenallis, Laois]

Margt b. 22 May 1864 Rhode (LDS)

Lac b. 28 July 1867 (LDS)

??? Tracy bapt. 4-Aug 1867 of Coole (Cool) Sp. John Nowlan & Catherine Murphy

William b. 5 July 1870 Rhode (LDS)

Teresa Tracy b. 14/23 Aug 1873 Sp. Peter Quinne & Eliza Kelly of Coole. 17 August 1873 Rhode (LDS)

http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/offaly/church.htm

 

 

 Roscrea

 

Daniel Tracy (b. 1805 in Nenagh, County Tipperary d. 6 APR 1885 in Iowa Burial: Cherry Mound Cemetery, Linton Township, Allamakee County, Iowa) m. Hannah Mary KENNEDY (b: 1814 in County Tipperary) abt 1832 in County Tipperary (See also Nenagh Tipperary)

Children:

1. Has ChildrenJames Francis TRACY b: 12 FEB 1855 in Ohio

2. Jane TRACY

3. Mary TRACY

4. Honora TRACY

5. Timothy TRACY

6. Has ChildrenDaniel TRACY Jr. b: 4 MAR 1843 in Offaly or Kings, near Roscrey, Ireland d. 27 JUL 1927 in Spokane, Washington) m. Mary Ann O'HARA (b: 1 MAY 1850 in Limerick) 27 JUL 1873 in West Newton Twp, Nicollet, Minnesota. Military Service: Civil War, Co. I, 27th Iowa Volunteers

Children:

6.1. Hanna Frances Frankie TRACY b: 4 MAY 1874 in Minnesota

6.2. James Robert TRACY b: 27 APR 1876 in Minnesota

6.3. Daniel Patrick TRACY b: 25 SEP 1878 in Minnesota

6.4. Jane Bridget Jennie TRACY b: 13 APR 1879 in Minnesota

6.5. Margaret Agnes TRACY b: ABT 1882 in Minnesota

6.6. Mary Honora May TRACY b: 25 FEB 1883 in Minnesota

6.7. Anna Isabel Belle TRACY b: 8 MAY 1887 in Minnesota

7. Robert J. TRACY

8. William TRACY

9. John TRACY

OR

Children

Has ChildrenJohn Timothy TRACY b: 21 MAY 1833 in Roscrae, County Tipperary or County Offaly, Ireland

Has ChildrenMary TRACY b: ABT 1837 in Tipperary, Ireland

Has ChildrenWilliam TRACY b: BET 1837 AND 1839 in Tipperary?, Ireland

Has ChildrenJane A. TRACY b: ABT 1840 in Ireland

Has ChildrenDaniel TRACY b: 4 MAR 1842 in Tipperary, Ireland

Has ChildrenTimothy TRACY b: 1848 in Tipperary?, Ireland

Has ChildrenHonora TRACY b: BET 1850 AND 1852 in Tipperary?, Ireland

Has ChildrenRobert Joseph TRACY b: 14 MAR 1853 in Columbus, Ohio

Has Children+James Francis TRACY b: 12 FEB 1855 in Columbus?, Ohio

 

Daniel Tracy & Nary Lupton

Ellen b. 20 September 1874 Roscrea No. 2 (LDS)

 

 

Edward Tracey married Margt Delahunty 30 May 1854 Wit: William Maher & Anne Whitaker. Roscrea Parish

Edw/Ned Tracey & Marg Delahunty/Dealahunt of Mt Heaton/totHenton/Mount Heaton [Corbally Offaly]

Anne Treacy b. 11 Jul 1854 Sp. Patt Bohan & Honora Delahunty. Roscrea Parish

Michl Tracey b. 16 Oct 1856 Sp. Patt Reardon? & Sarah Corbett. Roscrea Parish

John Treacy b. 12 May 1857 Sp. John Cussen & Anne Cussen. Roscrea Parish

James Treacy b. 2 Aug 1859 Sp. Michael Delahunt & Margaret Garvin. Roscrea Parish

 

Treacy/Delahunty of Mountheaton

Both Names were changed to Tracy & Delahanty when they immigrated to New York City. I have been told by my older family members, that they were from Tipperary and that Edward had a brother, James, and Margaret had a sister, Mary. Good possibility that James and Mary married and went to New York City too. In 2003, my family received papers from Nenagh, Tipperary North Designated Centre, with marriage and baptism information on our family. It mentions that the family address was Mountheaton. I have just found out that Mountheaton is in County Offaly. It also says that the marriage and baptisms were at the R.C. parish in Roscrea. Here is the info we received:
Edward Treacy m. Margaret Delahunty 1854. Witnesses: William Maher & Anne Whitaker
Anne Sp: Patrick Bohan & Honora Delahunty
Michael Sp: Patt Reardon & Sarah Corbett
John Sp: John Cussin & Anne Cussin
James Sp: Michael Delahunty & Margaret Gavin
I believe they immigrated to NY City between 1856 & 1861, but I can't find them on the passenger lists. Any ideas? Maybe you have a connection with my family or one of the witnesses or sponsors? I am open to any suggestions.
Best Regards, Kathleen Tracy, New Canaan, CT. KTRACY 11/7/2004

My 2nd great-grandfather, husband of Margaret Delahunty. He died at the Almshouse Hospital on Blackwell's Island in Manhattan. He was born with the spelling of his surname - Treacy, but at some time when living in New York City, he changed it to Tracy. On his death certificate, his surname is spelled incorrectly as 'Tracey.' 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Margaret Delahunty Treacy (1827 - 1887)
 Children:
  Anne Elizabeth Treacy O'Mara (1854 - 1893)*
  Michael J. Treacy (1855 - 1888)*
  John Tracy (1857 - 1863)*
  James Tracy (1859 - 1863)*
  James T. Tracy (1862 - 1936)*
  John Peter Tracy (1865 - 1915)*
  Rhody Tracy (1870 - 1872)*
  Maggie Tracy (1872 - 1874)*

 

Mary Tracey/Treacy [of Toomavarra Tipperary?] & Patrick Delaney (b. Enniscorthy)

Michael Delaney b. 27 Feb 1877 Roscrea, Kings, Ireland

Margaret Delany b. 30 Aug 1878 Enniscorthy, Wexford, Ireland

James Joseph Delaney b. 13/10/1880 of Ballycarney (Spon: David Motiarty & Joann Byrne) [Donal O’Neill] (LDS)

 

 

Daniel Tracey (c1795-1832), physician, journalist and politician.

The details of his life in Ireland are sketchy. According to Mullally, the following account was printed in The Vindicator in 1833 after his death. He was born in Roscrea, Co. Tipperary, in May, 1795, the son of Michael Tracey, a merchant and ??? Mainfold of Erescourt, Birr Co. Offaly. He was orphaned at a young age and an uncle on his father’s side raised him and a brother and sister. At the age of ten he was removed from a seminary in his native town to a school in Clonmel. He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, and after graduation studied medicine at the Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin. He practiced medi­cine in Dublin for several years; but in 1825 he emigrated to Canada with his brother and sister. According to Reynolds, Dr. Daniel Tracey (who changed the spelling of the name) was of an Irish branch of the well-known English family, and by much the eldest of four orphaned children, a graduate of Trinity College and of its medical school, he was a practicing physician residing in Offaly county, Ireland, when the accidental death by drowning of a younger brother, to whom he was fondly attached, led him to decide on a change of residence to Canada. After a shipwreck in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, he arrived in Montreal in the year 1825, having with him his brother, John, then a lad of fourteen years, and his sister, Ann, aged fifteen. The Trinity College record is as follows: Daniel Tracey, Pen. (Mr Morris), Dec 5, 1814, aged 20; R.C., s. of Denis, Mercator; b. King’s Co. (Offaly). A French reference states that his father was Denys (Denis) Tracey a merchant of Offaly and his mother was Anne Manford. The obituary of John Tracey, his brother, says that he was born in Frankfort, Offaly.

His life in Canada is well documented. He began the practise of his profession in Montreal in 1825 and lived in either on St. James Street or in the then St. Antoine Suburbs. In 1828 he established the Vindicator, a Reform newspaper, and became its editor. When news of O’Connell's electoral victory arrived in Lower Canada in September 1828 Tracey organized the province’s first Friends of Ireland Society. In May 1832, he was elected to represent the west ward of Montreal in the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada. He died of cholera in Montreal on July 18, 1832.

(see Daniel Tracey and family of Roscrea, Montreal and Albany)

Ref: Finnegan, Mary (1985) Irish-French Relations in Lower Canada. CCHA Historical Studies, 52, 35-49

Galarneau, France, Tracey, Daniel, DBC, PUL, 1966, vol.6: 864-865.;

Galarneau, France, L'élection dans le quartier-ouest de Montréal en 1832: analyse politico-sociale, RHAF, vol.32 (1978-1979), 4 :565-584.;

Lapalice, Ovide (1927) Le docteur Daniel Tracey, Bulletin des recherches historique, 33: 492-493.;

Mullally, Emmet J. (1934-5) “Dr. Daniel Tracey – A Pioneer Worker for Responsible Government in Canada,” CCHA Report,.

Reynolds, Cuyler ed. (1911) Hudson-Mohaw Genealogical and Family Memoirs. Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Vol. I pp.255-7

 

 

 Roscumroe

 

Jas Tracey & Judith Delany of P. Dufe [Pollduff? Roscomroe]

Malachy Tracey b. 18 Mar 1838 Sp John Booley & Eliza Delaney. Roscumroe Parish

 

John Tracey & Anne Welsh

James b. 29 June 1878 Clashroe (LDS)

Mary b. 14 January 1881 Clashroe (LDS)

 

 Shinrone

 

Denis Treacy/Tracy & Judy/Judith/Julia Doughan/Dugan/Dohan/Dugin

Timothy Tracy 28 Jun 1863 of Clonlisk [Kilcomin, Offaly] Sp. Martin Dohan & Margt Tracy. Shinrone Parish

Timothy Treacy born 28 Jun 1863 Ireland (s. of Dennis Treacy & Julia Dugin) died 16 Feb 1946 1887 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States

Age 72

Marital Status Married

Occupation   Retired Hostler

Burial Date   19 Feb 1946 Calvary Cemetery

Spouse's Name Bridget

Michael b. 23 March 1865 Shinrone (LDS)

Edward b. 30 July 1867 (LDS)

Edward Treacy (son of Dennis Treacy and Julia Doneghan)98 was born Abt. 1870 in Clonlesh [Clonlisk], Kings County, Ireland, and died July 16, 1940 in Inwood, New York, New York. He married Elizabeth Daly on April 18, 1894 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, daughter of (E.Daly's Father) Daly and (E.Daly's Mother) Prandergast.

Margaret b. 23 August 1869 (LDS)

Mary Anne b. 1 September 1871 (LDS)

Catherine b. 22 July 1873 m. Thomas Kelly 9 April 1899 Manhattan NY (LDS)

Martin Treacy b. 2th December 1875, Offaly (LDS)

Denis b. 3 March 1878 Clonisk d. 6 January 1952 NY Calvary Cemetery (LDS)

 

John Treacy, single, (s. of Denis Treacy) married Ellen Dooley, single (d. of Thos Dooley) 08 Feb 1869 Roscrea, Ballybritt Dist., Kings Co., Ireland

John Tracey/Treacy & Ellen Dooley

Denis b. 2 December 1869 Shinrone (LDS)

Mary b. 23 November 1870 (LDS)

Anne Treacy b. 16 Mar 1873 Ireland (LDS)

Ellen b. 8 March 1874 (LDS)

Thomas b. 27 April 1875 (LDS)

Hugh b. 18 June 1877 Moynure (LDS)

 

Thomas Tracy, 38, single, b. 1885, Ireland (s. of John Tracy & Ellen Dooley) married Mary Russell, 32, single, b. 1891 Ireland (d. of Richard Russell & Ellen Devaney) 7 Apr 1923 Manhattan, New York, New York, United States

 

10 August 1839 (FJ) Marriages

On the 4th instant, in Mountrath, John Fitzpatrick, Esq., eldest son of Wm Fitzpatrick, Esq, of Deer Park, Queens county to Johanna, only daughter of the late John Tracy, Esq., of Kilcommon, King's County.

Johanna Tracy Miss of Offaly (d. of John) m. John Fitzpatrick Esq of Lex (s. of William) Bef 10 Aug 1839 Nenagh Guardian

 

5 March 1864 (NG) Death

February 26th, at the residence of her son, Mr. John Tracy, Kilcommon Mills, Mrs. Mary Tracy, in the 77th year of her age, deservedly regretted.

5 April 1865 (FJ) Deaths

April 8, at Kilcommon, near Shinrone, King's County, in the prime of life, Mr John Treacy, proprietor of the flax works. His death has cast a gloom over all who knew him. He was unanimously respected, and has died regretted. May his soul rest in peace.

12 October 1865 (FJ) Kings County - In Chancery

Stackpoole v. Treacy. The Subscribers have received instructions...

Auction at the Residence of the late Mr. John Treacy at Kilcommon (Within one mile of Shinrone);

On Friday, October 20th 1865. The following property, viz: About 180 tons of flax, 60 tons of which are steeped and ricked; a few tons of tow, 62 brood ewes now running with a first class tup. 66 superior hoggets, 8 fat sheep, 6 1.5 year old heifers, 1 bullock, 4 excellelent draft horses, 2 donkeys, 1 store pig, 33 stacks of oats, 11 do barley, 10 tramps cocks of hay, 3 acres of turnips, 2.5 do potatoes, carts, cars, ploughs and harrows, winnowing machine, turnip sowing do, weighing machine, 2 ouncels, two jaunting cars, two gigs, several sets of harness, a quantity of turf and manure, set of foirge tools complete, with anvil and bellows; old iron and metal, timber and slates, &c, &c.

Also the Interest in the Lands of Mucklone, containing 20 acres, all in grass, and the grazing of Kilcommon farm (35 acres, including 8 acres of aftergrass) up to the 24th December next, also some articles of Household Furniture, at the Cottage in the Mill Yard...The caretaker will show the flax...

23 December 1865 (FJ) In the Matter of Stephen Stackpoole, William Keevey, James Hodgins, Edward Kirwan, and Robert S. Pyke

…creditors of John Treacy deceased...Catherine Treacy, John Treacy jun., Mary Anne Treacy, Margaret Treacy, Johanna Treacy, Catherine Treacy, jun., Agnes Treacy and William Treacy, Minors, by the said Mary Anne Treacy, their guardian ad litem and Philip Fanning, jun., and Thomas Treacy...Respondents.

I hereby require all persons claiming to be next of kin of John Treacy, late of Kilcommon, in the King’s County, Miller and Farmer, deceased…in writing to the Respondent, Philip Fanning jun, of Castleroan, Dunkerrin, in the King’s County, gentleman, the administer of the said John Treacy…

24 May 1866 (FJ) ...Catherine Treacy and others, Respondants

…known as the Mill and Mill Lands of Kilcommon, containing in the whole 4 acres, Irish Plantation measure, situated in the Townland of Kilcommon and Kings county, together with the Weirs, Waters and Water courses thereunto belonging with the appurtenances, held under lease bearing the date 24 July 1824…

May 1866 King's County ...Catherine Treacy and others, Respondant

Important sale by auction, pursuant to orders of the High Court of Chancery in Ireland date 23rd December 1856 and 13th April 1866. Mill and Mill lands of Kilcommon, [five acres?] lately in possession of John Treacy, deceased, Kilcommin large farm and buildings containing 63a1r33p held from November 1859 for thirty one years...

27 July 1866 (FJ) Death

July 14, Mrs. Catherine Treacy, widow of Mr. John Treacy, Kilcommon Mills, Shinrone, in the 48th year of her age. R.I.P.

4 October 1871 (FJ) Death

Treacy - September 28, at Moate, aged 23, Margaret Mary Aloysius, second daughter of the late Mr. John Treacy, Kilcommon Mills, Shinrone, King's County, deeply and sincerely regretted. R.I.P.

 

May 16, 1921 (FJ) Death

Treacy (England) - May 6 1921 at Nazareth House, Bexhill-on-Sea, England, after a long illness, Jessie, third daughter of the late John treacy, Kilcommon Mills, Shinrone, King's Co.

 

8th March 1903 The New York Times

March 2, at 59 Vandam Street, Martin Treacy, aged 24 years, a native of Clonlisk, Kings County, Ireland.

 

Mary Treacy and Daniel Sammon

Looking for info re William Sammon born 1861 Shinrone Kings co. Parents Daniel Sammon and Mary Treacy. Came to Brisbane Queensland in 1885 with Patrick Sammon, born Birr 1864, parents Michael Sammon and Mary Tierney.

Tricia Naylor (View posts) 24 Apr 2004

 

Interviewee: Jim Treacy 

Interview location: 

Audio series: Offaly county, first series

Product ID: CDOF01-08

Subject: Parishes of Shinrone and Ballingarry

Recorded by: Noel MacMahon

Recording date: 

Length: 45:22

Jim Treacy was born on the 27th July 1915. He was a member of the farming community and was involved in all the farming activities in his local area. He was a founder member of Ballingarry I.F.A in the early sixties. Jim was a keen GAA player and follower. He was a member of Knockshegowna GAA club which he founded with locals in 1934, and with whom he had the honour of winning the North Tipperary Junior Championship in the same year. As it was Silver Jubilee year victory was very sweet. He was a selector in 1965 when Knockshegowna won the North Tipperary Under 15 Juvenile Championship. Two of his sons played on the team. Jim played an active part in securing free transport to Borrisokane Community College in the early seventies. He died on the 14th October 2000.

Irish Life and Lore Series - Offaly Collection www.irishlifeandlore.com

 

JIM TREACY

 

 

 Tubber

 

John Tracy

Bridget b. about 1837 m. Jerome (Jeremiah) Delany 29 January 1864 Tubber (LDS)

 

 Tullamore

 

In the Griffiths Valuation of 1854 the following was recorded:

Church Street, Tullamore townland of the Parish of Kilbride, Co. Offaly

Map No. 17