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 It may be presumed that the Traceys of Roscommon are descended from the Sil Anmchadha

 

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The Traceys of Roscommon can trace their history back to the beginning of historical records, as Roscommon formed part of the territory of the Sil Anmchadha.

 

 

1607 Depositions

…That there was an English woman murthered by one Teage o Trassy & ffarrell o Bryane servants then to the said William ô Concanon [in his Island one the River of Sucke]

TCD http://1641.tcd.ie/deposition.php?depID=831284r213

 

1749 Elphin Diocesan Census

John Tressy, papist, labourer, 1child under 14 years, Kilmore, Athleague, Co. Roscommon.

Michl Tressy?, Kilmore, Athleague, Co. Roscommon.

 

Patrick & Catharin Tracey, papist, miller, 2 children under 14 years, 1 man & 1 woman papist servants, Cloonagh, Ballintobber (Ballintober), Co. Roscommon.

 

Laurence Treacy & Mary (Papist), 1 child under 14, Carugarry, Baslick, Co. Roscommon

Thos Treacy & Jane (Papist) cottier, 3 children under 14, 1 child over 14, Parish of Gortneselagh, Baslick, Co. Roscommon

 

Bryan & Margaret Trassy, papist, labourer, 2 children under 14 years, Gortoose, Bumlin, Co. Roscommon

Roger & Hanna  Trassy, papist, labourer, 2 children under 14 years, Gortoose, Bumlin, Co. Roscommon

Daniel & Mary Trassy, papist, cotter, 3 children over 14 years, Newtown, Bumlin, Co. Roscommon

 

Edward & Bridget Tracy, papist, Farmer, 1 child under 14 years & 2 papist women servants, Keillmore, Clooncraff, Co. Roscommon.

John & Jane Tracy, papist, Farmer, Cloonshee, Clooncraff, Co. Roscommon.

 

De. Treasey & wi[fe] (Papists) 1 child under 14, 1 man servant (Papist), Aughlard, Parish of Cloonfinlough, Co. Roscommon.

 

William [or Jas] Traccy & wife (Papists) Labr., 2 children under 14, 2 male + 1 female servant (Papists), Runnymeade, Cloonygormican, Co. Roscommon   

 

Thomas Tracy, w. papist, 1 child under 14 years, Dundermott, Drumatemple, Co. Roscommon.

 

Mary Treacy (Papist) cotter, 1 child under 14, 2 children over 14, 1 female servant (Papist), Cloonican, Kilkeevan, Co. Roscommon.

William Tracy, papist, cotter, 2 children under 14 years & 3 children over 14 years, Kilteevan, Kilteevan, Co. Roscommon

Treacy  Laurce      1749  Census  Kilkeevan, Roscommon

 

Andrew Trasy, papist, Labourer, 3children under 14 years, Portron, Portron, Killinvoy, Co. Roscommon.

 

Thady Trassy, papist, begger, Carnagullah, Kiltrustan, Co. Roscommon

Bart.Anne Trassy Lenaghan papist, cotter, 2 children over 14 years, Cloncovanagh, Kiltrustan, Co. Roscommon

 

Thomas Tracy, papist, horse rider, 3 children under 14 years & 1 papist woman servant, Acres, Roscommon, Co. Roscommon

 

Treassey  Mathias      1749  Census  Tisrara, Roscommon

Legg Marie-Louise ed. (2004) The census of Elphin 1749. Irish Manuscripts Commission, Dublin.

Manning, Peter (1947) Elphin Diocesan Census 1749: surname index.

 

17th and 18th Centuries Extract of the parochial registers of Nantes

Hôtel-Dieu (Nantes 's hospital): 27 November 1751 Burial of Guillaume (William) Tracy, priest of Elphin diocese, 27 years old, son of Thomas Tracy and Winifred Kirchey.

 

Canadian military service

Edward Treasy born abt 1809 Creagh, Roscommon - Canadian military service 24 Jan 1826

Edwd Treasy born abt 1809 Creagh, Roscommon - Canadian military service 24 Jan 1826

John Tracey born abt 1802 Ft William Bengal, Roscommon - Canadian military service 28 Jan 1829

John Tracey born abt 1809 Moore, Roscommon - Canadian military service 5 Jun 1826

Patk Tracey born abt 1798 St Peters, Roscommon - Canadian military service 15 Jun 1816

Patk Tracey born abt 1798 St Peters, Roscommon - Canadian military service 31 Aug 1816

Peter Tracey born abt 1763 Ketterston, Roscommon - Canadian military service 1 Apr 1782

William Tracey born abt 1787 More, Roscommon - Canadian military service Jan 1809

William Tracey born abt 1794 Moore, Roscommon - Canadian military service 5 Sep 1809

William Tracey born abt 1808 Tersard, Roscommon - Canadian military service 18 Apr 1829

 

1778-1790 Catholic Qualification Rolls

Andrew Tracy, of Sniphill, at an adjourment of the sessions held at Roscommon thelh January 1794, No 400 [Roscommon]

Bryan Tracy, yoeman, of Lissalveybeg [Lissalway? Baslick], At an adjourment of said sessions 24th Oct 1795, no. 667, Roscommon No. 4 Finished [Roscommon]

John Treacy, of Sanpihill [Snipehill Frenchlawn] Co. Roscommon, Summer 1788 Assises Roscommon

 

British War Office

John Tracey b. Athlone 1778, Cordwainer 5th Dragoons 25th Sept 1793 (age 15) - 24th March 1799. 1st Muster Oct 1795. Attested 12th Oct 1794

Ledwells’ Troop. Recruiting April ’96 -  Sept ’98. Nearly joined 26th in 1796

1st KDGs 25th March 1799 – 1st Oct 1815 incl. Waterloo. Died 1816 Nottingham. (Believed to be Roman Catholic. Married Margaret McNaughton at St Marys Drogheda 13th Jan 1799. Children Anne b. 1799 Croydon; Thomas B 1801 New Radford, Nottingham; John 1804 Arundel died young?; Francis 1808 Newcastle; Sarah 1813; Alexander 1814 Glasgow) Please contact jon.lee63@googlemail.com  if relations known.

5th Royal Irish Dragoons had their headquarters at Athlone in 1770-71 (with troops at Navan, Beltrbert & Roscommon. 1772: Athlone, Dublin, Donaghmore, Roscommon, Belturbet and Cappoquin. 1775: Clonmel, Clogheen, Kilkenny, Carrick, Cashel and Tallow. 1776: one troop was drafted to the infantry and one troop deserted. 1777: Roscommon, Athlone, Ballyraget, Kilkenny. 1778 & 79: Longford, Fermoy, Carlow, Carrick Fergus and Belfast. 1780: Phillipstown, Tullamore and Kilkenny. One Troop charged at Three Bullet Gate on 5th June 1798 and had 28 men killed but the Regiment was rumoured to have Rebels in its ranks and was disbanded in disgrace in March 1799. (The 5th Dragoons had no Tracey appearing in their Musters until Patrick Tracey in 1787.)

Apart from the 5th Dragoons, the 11th Foot was the only regiment stationed anywhere near, or that had cause to pass through, Athlone c.1777-78. (Militia and RoyalArtillery excluded). There was only a Patrick Tracey in the 11th Foot.

 

British War Office

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.

 

1796 Irish Flax Growers

Denis Tracy, Ogulla, Roscommon 
John Tracy, Kiltrustan, Roscommon 
Martin Tracy, Kilglass, Roscommon 
Nicholas Tracy, Fuerty, Roscommon 
Thomas Tracy, Kiltrustan, Roscommon 
William Tracy, Killinvoy, Roscommon 

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

Martin Tracey born Roscommon, Roscommon. Served in 3rd Royal Veteran Battalion; 61st Foot Regiment Discharged aged 53, 1798-1814

Martin Tracey, b. 1761 Roscommon, Roscommon  61st (1798-1811) 3rd Royal Veterans Bttn1811–1814 labourer WO121 WO116/15 discharged 26th July 1814 aged 53 WO116/15

Martin Tracy b. 1781 Roscommon 3rd Royal Veterans Btn till 1815 then 8th RVB. Labourer 16yrs service (FMP)

Martn Tracey, born abt 1761 Roscommon 3rd Veteran Battalion, residence 26 Jul 1814

 

1791 Subscribers...Mr. Flan. Tracy, Mount-talbot [Roscommon]...

Killarney: a descriptive poem

Alumni Duublinenses: Trinity Dublin

Tracy, Flan, Siz. (Mr. O’Connor), June 13, 1797, aged 22; R.C., s. of Flan, Agricola; b. Co. Roscommon. Sch. 1800. B.A. Vern. 1801. (see Thomas Stanley Tracey)

 

1802 Roscommon Census compiled by the Rev C.C. Ellison

In the Parish of Tullamore-Kilbride in Sept 1802 Tracy - Mary, Richard, George infant.  P119

In the parish of Clonmellon Treacy, Thomas.  P123

The Irish Ancestor, 1973

 

1808 (205) (Ireland.) Accounts

Spring & Summer Assizes 1807 - Moycarnon Half Barony Roscommon

Sub-constables - John Kenny, Michael Curly, James Tracy, Timothy Fihelly/Feeheely & Darby Kilduff at £2 each...£10/0/0

 

Freemasons

Andw Treacey, 21 Oct 1818, Lodge 47 Castlerea/Frenchpark [Roscommon],  

Andw Treacy, 26 Jun 1845, Lodge 53 Castlerea Co. Roscommon,  

John Treacey, 2 Mar 1809, Castlerea Roscommon,  M 1809 [Master?]

...dated 27 September 1819. With the exception of the signatures, it is identical with Plate XIII. (Class N) of Brother Robinson's “Masonic Certificates.” It was sent out from Castlerea, and is signed “Jno. Treacy, G.M., and James Foster, G. Sec-Y.” The parchment is in excellent preservation, but the surface is extremely dirty.

Pat Treacey, 21 Nov 1809, Castlerea Roscommon,  

Patrick Treacy, 11 June 1839, Lodge 53 Castlerea Co. Roscommon, 47

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

William Tracet born Moore, Roscommon. Served in 35th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 37, 1809-1831

William Tracey, b. 1794 Ballinasloe, Roscommon

William Tracey b. 1787 More, Roscommon enl. in 35th 1809 With James

William Tracey b. 1793/4 Moore, Ballinasloe, Roscommon 35th Foot 1809 – 1831 Labourer. 28 yrs service (3 yrs underage and 10 in West Indies) Chelsea 12th Sept 1830 WO116/40

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

John Treacy born Creagh, Roscommon. Served in Galway Militia Discharged aged 39, 1810-1829

John Treacy, b. 1790 Ballinasloe, Roscommon

John Treacy b. 1790 Balliniscoe, Creagh, Roscommon 11th Foot and Galway Militia 1810-1825WO97

John Tracey 11th Foot deserted 21st Dec 1813 rejoined WO25/2500

 

Mar 7, 1908 (IT) Final Notice to Claimants...Irish Land Commission

Denis Charles O'Conor (The O'Conor Don) County Roscommon...Theobald A. Dillon of Strokestown...lands of Cornamucklagh and Falmore in the barony of Castlereagh....or in respect of a judgement of Hillary Term, 1809, in the Court of Common Please, recovered by James Tracy against Thomas Dillon for £216, Irish currency, and which was assigned to Daniel Tracy, by Deed of 1st September 1826, and on the foot of which nothing is admitted to be due...

 

The Eudoxologist; Or, An Ethicographical Survey of the Western Parts of Ireland: A Poem. To which are Prefixed the Author's Poems on the Giant's Causeway, and Killarney; with Other Miscellaneous Compositions By Patrick O'Kelly. Published by Printed for the author, by J. Watt, 60, Back-lane, 1812

Tracy, Rev. Andrew, co. Cavan

Tracy, Mr. Pat, Castlerea [Roscommon???]

 

1815 Accounts and Papers relating to Increase and Diminution of Salaries in Public Offices of Ireland

Milltary - Ordance Office

William Weaver, esquire, Storekeeper, Athlone £85

Mr. J. Dupleix, 1st Clerk to ditto £20

Mr. J. Tracy, Assistant Clerk to ditto £20

1820 Accounts and Papers relating to Increase and Diminution of Salaries

Milltary - Ordance Office

Athlone Storekeeper's Department, Joseph Tracey, Late Assistant Clerk-reduced, Annual amount £110

 

British War Office

William Tracey b. 1790 Roscommon. Soldier

William Tracey b. 1790 102nd Foot enlisted at Clonmel 30th July 1815 and deserted 6th August 1815 in Bristol WO25/2907

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

Patrick Tracey born Athlone, Roscommon. Served in 84th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 23, 1816-1821

Pat Tracey, b. 1798 Athlone, Roscommon

Patrick Tracey b. 1798 St Peter’s Athlone, Roscommon. Enlisted at Athlone 84th Foot 1816-1820 labourer WO97 Pensioner but Patrick Tracey b.1798 St Peter’s, Cork 84th and 1stVeterans Btn discharged April 1821 after 7 yrs service aged 23 WO116/31 labourer WO121

Patrick Tracy b.1797 buried  6th Oct 1829, Athlone aged 33. Funeral cost  5s 0d

Pat Tracey, born abt 1798 Ashtone, Roscommon, Private 84th Foot, joined age 18 on the 13 Jun 1816, joined Ashtone, Roscommon

 

Ireland-Australia Transportation

James Tracey b. 23rd Oct 1787 1/26th enlisted 5th July 1805 WO25/951

James Tracey 1/26th court-martialled at Gibraltar 9th Oct 1817 for desertion a second time and transported for 14 years as a felon WO92/1

Name

Age

Reb

Ship

Tried

Trial Place

Term

DOB

Native Place

DOD

Death Place

Remarks

James Tracey

28

 

Isabella I (1) [1818]

1817

Gibraltar Court Martial

14

1790

Athlone Co Roscommon or Westmeath

 

 

Labourer

James Tracey. Per "Isabella", 1818, Feb 6 1822, On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per "Elizabeth Henrietta" (Reel 6008; 4/3504A p.403)

James Tracey, 18 May 1825, Constable at Newcastle

James Treasy (Tracey), Isabella 1818, 10 August 1825 Newcastle, Died aged 37

James Tracey

1825 Apr 22, Town Constable at Newcastle. On return of persons on Police Establishment for the Counties of Northumberland and Durham who are entitled to salaries (Reel 6068; 4/1812 p.51)

1825 May 18, Town constable at Newcastle. On return of constables for the counties of Northumberland and Durham (Fiche 3302; 4/7419.1 p.16)

 

James Tracey, Isabella 1818, 1822 6 February.  On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per 'Elizabeth Henrietta'

James Treasy (Tracey), Isabella 1818, died 10 August 1825 Newcastle aged 37 - Church of England Burials Register Book 1821 – 1825

http://www.jenwilletts.com/searchaction.php?page=6&surname=&ship=isabella%201818&firstname=

 

British War Office to 1860 (WO97) – Chelsea Hospital

James Tracey, b. 1817 Elphin, Roscommon

 

Alumni Duublinenses: Trinity Dublin

Tracy, Patrick Waldron, Pen. (Mr. Willis), May 30, 1820, aged 20; s. of John; b. Roscommon.

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

Patrick Tr(e)ac(e)y born Creagh, Roscommon. Served in 30th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 39, 1822-1843

Patrick Tracey, b. 1804 Ballinasloe, Roscommon

Patrick Treacy Col Sgt b.1804 Creagh/ Lough, Ballinasloe 30th Foot 1822-1843 labourer WO117/4

 

British War Office

Edward Tracey b. 1810 Creagh, Roscommon. Labourer enl 3rd Foot Jan 1826

 

John Treacy, 1828, Prerogative Court will. Exec: Jonathon Treacy, Snipe Hill, Co. Roscommon. IWR/1828/F/43.

 

Kiltoom & Cam

Surnames 1828: Tracy (1)

Surnames 1855: Tracey (1)

Gacquin, William (1996) Roscommon before the famine. The Parishes of Kiltoom and Cam 1749-1845. Irish Academic Press, Dublin.

 

1829-1830 The Law Recorder

Exchequer May 18...Leasor Monroe v. John Tracy and Andrew Tracy...at the last Assizes of Roscommon...

 

1820s-1830s Tithe Records

Alphabetical

 By Area

 

Andrew Tracy [& John Tracy & Owen McQue], Snipe Hill [?], Ballintober, Roscommon, 1832

 

Cathe Tracy, Aughnadrish [?], Kilteevan, Roscommon, 1833

 

Denis Tracy [& Wm Tracy], Moyglass, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

Denis Tracy [& Wm Tracy], Moyglass, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833 [Duplicate]

 

Edmd Tressy [& Leut?], Derreen [Killahorne? (called Derrew?)], Creagh, Roscommon, 1825

Edmd Tressy [& partr?], Derreen [Killahorne? (called Derrew?)], Creagh, Roscommon, 1825

Edward Tracy, Cloonalyons [Cloonylyon], Cloonfinlough, Roscommon, 1824

 

Frank Tracy, Carrowreagh, Aughrim, Galway, [Roscommon] 1826

 

Hugh Tracey, Corbally [Upper, Corboley], Killinvoy, Roscommon, 1827

Hugh Tracey, Corbally [Upper, Corboley], Killinvoy, Roscommon, 1827

 

James Tressy, Cuilleen Wood [Killahorne? wood], Creagh, Roscommon, 1825

Jas Tracy, Carrowreagh, Aughrim, Galway, [Roscommon] 1826

John Tracy [& Andrew Tracy & Owen McQue], Snipe Hill [?], Ballintober, Roscommon, 1832

John Tracy [& Michl Tracy], Rattinagh, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

John Tracy [& Michl Tracy], Rattinagh, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833 [Duplicate]

John Tracy, Apernnon [Moyvannan], Kiltoom, Roscommon, 1828

 

Martin Tracy [sr & Martin Jr Tracy], Drumagissaun, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

Martin Tracy [sr? & Martin J Tracy], Drumagissaun, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

Michl Tracey, Garrynagowna, Moore and Drum [Drum], Roscommon, 1828

Michl Tracy [& John Tracy], Rattinagh, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

Michl Tracy [& John Tracy], Rattinagh, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833 [Duplicate]

Michl Tracy, Carrowreagh, Aughrim, Galway, [Roscommon] 1826

Michl Tracy, Carrowreagh, Aughrim, Galway, [Roscommon] 1826

Michl Tracy, Garrynagawna, Drum, Roscommon, 1833

Michl Treacey, ?arneykelly [Farranykelly], Fuerty, Roscommon, 1825

Michl Tressy [& Patt Tressy], Beagh, Creagh, Roscommon, 1825

Pat Tracy, Knockroe, Kilkeevin, Roscommon, 1832

Pat Treacy, Cornagire [?], Fuerty, Roscommon, 1825

Patt Tressy [& Michl Tressy], Beagh, Creagh, Roscommon, 1825

 

Thady Tressy [& Thos Tressy], Knockall [Knockhall], Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

Thomas Tracy, Drummullen [Drummullin], Clooncraff, Roscommon, 1842

Thos Tracy, Coolnaheava [Cuilnakeava], Taughboyne [Taughboy], Roscommon, 1828

Thos Tressy, [& Thady Tressy], Knockall [Knockhall], Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

 

William Tracey, Tomraver [?], Tisrara, Roscommon, 1836

William Tracy, Weekfield [?], Cloontuskert, Roscommon, 1834

Wm Tracy [& Denis Tracy], Moyglass, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

Wm Tracy [& Denis Tracy], Moyglass, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833 [Duplicate]

Wm Tracy, Weekfield [?], Cloontuskert, Roscommon, 1834

 

 

Frank Tracy, Carrowreagh, Aughrim, Galway, [Roscommon] 1826

Jas Tracy, Carrowreagh, Aughrim, Galway, [Roscommon] 1826

Michl Tracy, Carrowreagh, Aughrim, Galway, [Roscommon] 1826

Michl Tracy, Carrowreagh, Aughrim, Galway, [Roscommon] 1826

 

Andrew Tracy [& John Tracy & Owen McQue], Snipe Hill [?], Ballintober, Roscommon, 1832

John Tracy [& Andrew Tracy & Owen McQue], Snipe Hill [?], Ballintober, Roscommon, 1832

 

Thomas Tracy, Drummullen [Drummullin], Clooncraff, Roscommon, 1842

 

Edward Tracy, Cloonalyons [Cloonylyon], Cloonfinlough, Roscommon, 1824

 

William Tracy, Weekfield [?], Cloontuskert, Roscommon, 1834

Wm Tracy, Weekfield [?], Cloontuskert, Roscommon, 1834

 

Edmd Tressy [& Leut?], Derreen [Killahorne? (called Derrew?)], Creagh, Roscommon, 1825

Edmd Tressy [& partr?], Derreen [Killahorne? (called Derrew?)], Creagh, Roscommon, 1825

James Tressy, Cuilleen Wood [Killahorne? wood], Creagh, Roscommon, 1825

Michl Tressy [& Patt Tressy], Beagh, Creagh, Roscommon, 1825

Patt Tressy [& Michl Tressy], Beagh, Creagh, Roscommon, 1825

 

Michl Tracey, Garrynagowna, Moore and Drum [Drum], Roscommon, 1828

Michl Tracy, Garrynagawna, Drum, Roscommon, 1833

 

Michl Treacey, ?arneykelly [Farranykelly], Fuerty, Roscommon, 1825

Pat Treacy, Cornagire [?], Fuerty, Roscommon, 1825

 

Denis Tracy [& Wm Tracy], Moyglass, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

Denis Tracy [& Wm Tracy], Moyglass, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833 [Duplicate]

Wm Tracy [& Denis Tracy], Moyglass, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

Wm Tracy [& Denis Tracy], Moyglass, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833 [Duplicate]

Martin Tracy [sr? & Martin J Tracy], Drumagissaun, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

Martin Tracy [sr & Martin Jr Tracy], Drumagissaun, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

John Tracy [& Michl Tracy], Rattinagh, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

John Tracy [& Michl Tracy], Rattinagh, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833 [Duplicate]

Michl Tracy [& John Tracy], Rattinagh, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

Michl Tracy [& John Tracy], Rattinagh, Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833 [Duplicate]

Thady Tressy [& Thos Tressy], Knockall [Knockhall], Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

Thos Tressy, [& Thady Tressy], Knockall [Knockhall], Kilglass, Roscommon, 1833

 

Hugh Tracey, Corbally [Upper, Corboley], Killinvoy, Roscommon, 1827

Hugh Tracey, Corbally [Upper, Corboley], Killinvoy, Roscommon, 1827

 

Cathe Tracy, Aughnadrish [?], Kilteevan, Roscommon, 1833

Pat Tracy, Knockroe, Kilkeevin, Roscommon, 1832

 

John Tracy, Apernnon [Moyvannan], Kiltoom, Roscommon, 1828

 

Thos Tracy, Coolnaheava [Cuilnakeava], Taughboyne [Taughboy], Roscommon, 1828

 

William Tracey, Tomraver [?], Tisrara, Roscommon, 1836

 

 

1821-1874 Poverty Relief Loans

With records for Ballymoe, Clonfinlough, Mosshill, Rockville and Tybohan.

1821-1874 Poverty Relief Loans

 

1832-1836 Return of Persons to whom Licenses have been granted to keep Arms

41. William Treacy, Clooncraff Co. Roscommon, Magistrates CG Plunkett of Montplunkett and NS French of Fort William, one gun

 

20 July 1833 Wexford Conservative 

Roscommon Assizes...Michael Lally's wife brought witness a letter from her husband, who was confinded in the jail at Galway for shooting at Mr. Tracy caretaker at Kilmore...

 

British War Office –Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

James Tracey born Kilkenny, Kilkenny. Served in 74th Foot Regiment; Surrey Militia Discharged aged 39, 1833-1854 [b. 1815] [Sergeant Highland Light Infantry - 71st & 74th Foot No.1008]

James Tracey, b. ? Kilkenny, Kilkenny

James Tracy b.1815 St James, Kilkenny 74th till 1854, Surrey Militia 1833 – 1854 b. Elphin, Roscommon 1817?

James Tracey b.1817 Aughrim, Roscommon 2/1st Foot.Alias James Bruan. Deserted 186 and 1840 Labourer FMP

 

British Civil Service Evidence Of Age

Francis Treacy, born 1839 Ballintober Roscommon Ireland

Stephen Tracy/Treacy, born 1832 Ballintubber Roscommon Ireland

 

RIC 16443, Stephen Treacy, Appt. 11 Nov 1852, 19 years, b. Roscommon, RC, single, labourer, stationed Tipperary N.

http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/roscommon/military/ric-roscommon.txt

 

1835 Diocese of Killaloe

Aghnameadle

5. Private school, kept by Michael Treacy, Small payments of children, Summer 50 to 60, Discontinued since Nov., 1834 for want of a school-house, Reading writing and arithmetic

 

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

 

1836 (255) Arms (Ireland.)

William Treacy, Clooncraff, Roscommon, one gun

 

1836 (415) Petty sessions, Ireland

Castlerea...P. Treacy, Clerk

 

20 April 1836 Petty Sessions Castlerea

22 June 1843 - 1842 Petty Sessions, Ballinlough Roscommon

22 June 1843 - 1842 Magistrates Castlerea, Roscommon

1842-44, 1852-54 Fees for Petty Sessions Castlerea

P. Patrick Treacy, Clerk

 

1836-1840 Outrage Reports Ireland

Mary Treacy, 1838, Elphin, Roscommon

 

May 10, 1837 Connaught Telegraph (Mayo)

...P. Tracy, Auctioneer, Ballaghaderreen.

 

1842-44, 1852-54 Fees for Petty Sessions Ballinlough

William Treacy

 

1843 RIC

John Treacy, 5410

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

 

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

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

 

1844 Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC)

5417, Jas Treacy, 24 years, appointed 8 Sep 1843, b. Fermanagh, RC, Labourer, stationed Longford, Reserve, Roscommon 18/2/44

 

December 5 1845 Demand of Arms Carrokeel, Athlone, Co. Roscommon

Wm. Tracy. About half-past 2 o’clock p.m., while Mr. Tracy was out shooting close to his residence, he was met by six men, armed with pistols, who placed him on his knees, and sworn him as to whether he knew of any of them; they then forcibly carried off his gun and powder-horn.

Parliamentary Papers

December 12, 1845 (BL) Robberies of Arms - Roscommon

...a gentleman of the name of Tracey, who was shooting within two hundred yards of this town...five other men seized him, took his gun, powder horn &c...-Boyle Gazette

 

 

1846-1851 New York arrivals

Bridget Tracey, age 17, Servant, Roscommon Ireland to New York, Liverpool: Macedonia 05/07/1846

 

Andrew Tracy, age 20, Carpenter, Roscommon Ireland to New York, Liverpool: Roscius 07/08/1848

Unknown Tracy [Mrs], age 20, Roscommon Ireland to New York, Liverpool: Roscius 07/08/1848

 

William Tracey, age 35, Labourer, Sligo Ireland to Upper-Canada, Liverpool: Roscius 03/07/1849

Patrick Tracey, age 32, Labourer, Sligo Ireland to Upper-Canada, Liverpool: Roscius 03/07/1849

Margt. Tracey, age 13, Labourer, Sligo Ireland to Upper-Canada, Liverpool: Roscius 03/07/1849

Bessy Tracy, age 16, Labourer, Roscommon Ireland to Kentucky, Liverpool: Roscius 03/07/1849

 

Michael Tracey, age 20, Labourer, Roscommon Ireland to New York, Liverpool: Princeton 11/11/1850

 

1846 Return of Assaults

Patt Tracey of Creagh Mycarnin Roscommon, 8 pm 17 March, assult endangering life, originated in a drunken quarrel

 

15 January 1847 (AC) Co. Roscommon

A correspondent of the Evening Post, writing from Elphin states:- "I have ascertained that in a village near this town, a man named Tracy, who died of starvation, is now seven days lying in his cabin, without being buried, under the following circumstances. The day after his death some of the neighbours collected 3s6d to purchase a coffin; but his wife, to save herself and four children from dying, had to buy meal for it. In two days after, the price of a second coffin was collected, but the wife, to save herself and two of the children for some time longer (the other two being then dead), had to purchase another stone of meal - her husband and two children lying dead before her. To remedy such a state of things can any exertion of those in power be too great."

 

1846 Irish Reproductive Loans Fund Records (reports 1848-1854) (PRO) T 91/189c

Ellen Tracy, Drumasine, 1846, in Scotland, [Drumagissaun, Kilglass?]

James Tracey (also listed as Gready), Curskeagh or Corskeagh, 1843, now dead [Corskeagh, Kiltrustan?]

James Tracy, Drumasine, 1846, dead by 1852

James Tracy, Lisheen, 1846, Now in America 1852 [Kiltrustan]

Larry/Laurence/Luke Tracy, Drumasine, 1846, Dead by 1852

Martin Tracy, Drumasine, 1846, in England by 1852

Martin Tracy, Moyglass or Toberpatrick, 1846, Is now at Toberpatrick & Pauper [Toberpatrick, Kiltrustan]

Michl Tracy/Tracey, Ratinagh, 1846 & 1847, in England [Rattinagh, Kilglass?]

Thomas Tracy, Drumasine, 1846, Resides here at present a pauper in 1852.

William Tracy, Moyglass, 1846, Now dead [Kilglass]

 

April 29, 1848 (FJ) The Mahon Evictions - Stokestown, Roscommon

Lugboy...John Tracey 2 persons

Ballinapad...Thomas Tracey 5 persons

 

 

MISSING ADVERTISMENTS NORTH AMERICA

Name of Missing

Home county

Arrival

AD Date

SeEKER

CONTACT

Michael Tracy

Kiltown, Kiltoom, Roscommon

Petersburg PA 7/1848

6/1/1849

Mary Tracy (sister)

Michael Freeman, Roxbury, MA

Bridget Tracy

Patrick Tracy

Peter Tracy

Ballyfeeny, Bumlin, Roscommon

16/4/1859

Michael Tracy (brother)

Pilot Office, Boston, MA

Patrick Tracy (laborer, tunnel)

Kiltrustan, Roscommon

Derry

PA 1/1857

NJ (tunnel)

2/6/1860

Julia Tracy (wife)

Patrick Tobin, 77 Gard, Cleveland, OH

Bridget Tracey

Cooltighe, Kilbride, Roscommon

New York city 1848

Yorkville NY 9/1851

9/4/1853

Hugh Tracey (brother)

Timothy Kearney, 17 City Hall Pla, NYC

Patrick Treasy (with Bill)

Ballfeeny, Kilglass, Roscommon

1851 Prescott, Lancashire, Eng (to Nye)

6/5/1854

Michael Treasy (brother)

Michael Bauhan

2nd St Troy, NY

1849 Boston Pilot

Of MICHAEL TRACY, native of the parish of Kiltown, co. Roscommon, who lived at Petersburg, Pa, in July last. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his sister, Mary, care of Michael Freeman, Roxbury, Ms.

1853 Boston Pilot

OF Bridget Tracey, native of Cooltighe, parish Kilbride [co. Roscommon], who landed in New York about 5 yrs ago; was at Yorkville, N. Y, in Sept. 1851; supposed to be in New York or Brooklyn. Her brother, Hugh Tracey, will be thankful for any information respecting her whereabouts - care of Mr. Timothy Kearney, 17 City Hall Place, New York.

1854 Boston Pilot

OF PATK TREASY, parish of Bunalin, townland of Ballyfeeny; when last heard of was in England, Prescott, Lankinshire; left Liverpool `51 for New York, in company with his wife and brother-in-law, PATK DONNELLY. Information of him will be received by his brother, MICHAEL TREASY, Troy Post-office, care of MICHL BAUHAN, Second st.

1859 Boston Pilot

OF PATRICK, Peter and Bridget TRACY, of Ballyfeeny, parish Bumblin [co. Roscommon]. Any information will be thankfully received by their brother, Michael Tracy. Address The Pilot Office, Boston, Mass.

1860 Boston Pilot

OF PATRICK TRACY, native of Parish Kiltrustin [co. Roscommon], who left his wife and child in Derry, Pennsylvania, and went to New Jersey to work on the tunnel, three years ago last January, and has not been heard from since. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his wife, Julia Tracy, in care of Patrick Tobin, No. 77 Garden street, Cleveland, Ohio.

 

1850 Thoms Directory of Ireland

Petty sessions courts

P. Treacy, Ballinlough, Castlerea, second Wednesday

Patrick Treacy, Castlerea, second Wednesday

 

1851 Census Chester Castle Prison, Cheshire
Ann Tracey, Prsnr, M, 50, Lodging House Keeper, b. Ireland, ROS, Strokestown.

Patrick Tracey, Prsnr, M, 58, Ag. Lab, b. Ireland, ROS, Borfield.

1851 Census - Cellar No. 3 Paradise Court St George Hulme Lancashire

Martin Tracy, Head, 26, b. Roscommon Ireland, Fustian cutter

Sarah Tracy, wife, 21, b. Longford Ireland

Mary Tracy, dau, 1m, b. Hulme Lancashire

1851 Census - West Derby Lancashire

Thomas Tracy, Lodger?, 36 years, born 1815 Roscommon?, farm laborer

1851 Census Westminster St James, Middlesex

William Treasy, born 1795 in Boscomman (Roscommon?), Ireland. Residence:

 

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 39774

Tracey, Tracy or Treacy Patrick Patrick Tracey Mary Tracey Culliagharney Creagh Moycarn Roscommon 1916 - Mr Patrick Tracey, Royal Infirmary, Kilmainham, Dublin. Born about 1844-46. Family - 1st marriage - John, Ann, Edward, Mary, Patrick, Peter. 2nd marriage - Margaret, Bridget, Winifred, Michael, Abbie. 1851 John 16, Ann 14, Edward 12, Mary 8, Patrick 5, Peter 2.

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-6.html?lang=en&limit=100&limitstart=37500

Creagh, Moycarn, Co. Roscommon

Patrick Tracey    Applicant

John Tracey        Born 1825

Edward tracey   Born 1829

Ann Tracey        Born 1827

Abbie Tracey    

Patk Tracey        Father

Mary Tracey       Mother

 

IG Record 39128

Treacy Thomas Martin Treacy Bridget Treacy Drumagissaun Kilglass Ballintober North Roscommon 1917 - Muckinagh, Kilglass, Strokestown, Roscommon.

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Kilglass, Roscommon

Thomas Treacy   Applicant

Martin Treacy    Father

 

IG Record 39019

GANNON Frances James GANNON Catherine GANNON nee TRACEY Lisagallan Fuerty Athlone Roscommon 1917 - Donamon, Roscommon.

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-369.html

Lissagallan, Fuerty, Co. Roscommon             

Catherine Tracey               Mother

 

16th July 1852

Mr. Patrick Treacy, auctioneer, in the town of Castlereagh, [Roscommon]

 

1852 Roscommon

7. Patrick Tracy, Culliagharney called Killahorna Rubble, 9a/0r/3p Irish, 14a/2r/17p Statute, £8.5.0 rent, tenant from year to year

11. Widow Tracy, Culliagharney called Killahorna Rubble, 49a/0r/36p Irish, 79a/2r/38p Statute, £9.12.4 rent, tenant from year to year

 

8 September 1855 (NG) Murder [Shannon]

We have to announce that the peace and harmony which characterised the inhabitants of this county for a considerable period have been signally broken through a brutal murder, which was perpetrated closed to this town, on the evening of the first day of the late races. The deceased man, Martin Tracy, who was in affluent circumstances, and to acknowledged to be of peaceful, industrious habits, living in the island of Cloonye, in the Shannon, when returning from the Races on Wednesday, the 22d ult, with a party of his friends, some of whom were a few yards before him on a car, and himself walking with his cousin, named Michael Hanly, were overtaken by a party of nine or ten men, a short distance beyond the circular road at the foot of Lanesborough st., who struck both of them, when Hanley made his escape, leaving Tracy to his fate...-Roscommon Messenger

9 Jan 1856 (BL) Murder in the County Roscommon

...In the month of August last a man named Martin Tracy was overtaken, when returning from the Roscommon races, and brutally murdered by a party of men, about 100 yards from the scene of the present tragedy...not the slightest evidence could be elicited as to the parties concerned...- Daily Express

 

1798-1914 Register of Enlisted USA

George Tracy, enlisted 26 Oct 1885 San Antonio Tx by Lt Hickey for 5 years, born Roscommon Ireland, 28 years, labourer, brn eyes, dk hair, dk complexion, 5’9.5”, 19 Inf D coy, Des May 8/89 appl’d Oct 6/91 Des Nov 11/91

John Treacy, born Roscommon Ireland, 21 years, labourer, enlisted 13 Jun 1855 New York by Lieut Miller for 5 years, grey eyes, sandy hair, ruddy complexion, 5’8.25”, 9 Inf J, descerted 13 Jany ‘56

John Treacy, enlisted 21 Aug 1865 Newark NJ by Capt Penchief for 3 years, born Athlone [Roscommon/Westmeath] Ireland, 28 years, soldier, grey eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5’7.5”, G.S. Inf 14 Inf, E coy, Des’t’d March 14/66

Martin Tracy, enlisted 6 Dec 1865 At Baltimore Md by Capt N Sratgne? For 3 years, born Roscommon Ireland, 19 years, teamster, grey eyes, dark hair, fair complexion, 5’3.5”, G.S. Cav 5 Cav, A coy, Discharg’d Dec 6/68 exp of service, in the Field, a Pvt

Michael Tracey, enlisted 28 Jul 1866 Cincinati O by Capt Thompson for 3 years, born Roscommon Ireland, 32 years, labourer, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’9.5”, 11 Inf 16 Inf, C coy, Discharged July 28 1869 by exp of service at Jackson Miss, A Pvt

Thomas Treacy, enlisted 19 Jun 1882 at Albany NY by Cpt Davis for 5 years, born Roscommon Ireland, 22 years 2 months, labourer, blue eyes, Br hair, ruddy complexion, 5’4.5”, 23 Inf K coy, Discharged June 1887 exp of service at Ft Mackinae Mich a Pvt Char see Roll

 

Griffiths Valuation Roscommon 1857-58

Alphabetical

By Area

Andrew Tracey Frenchlawn Ballintober Roscommon

Andrew Tracy Shankoagh Drumatemple Roscommon

 

Bridget Tracey Beagh (Brabazon) Creagh Roscommon

Bridget Tracy Knockmeane Kilmeane Roscommon

 

Catherine Tracy Aghmagree Kilteevan Roscommon

 

Francis Tracey Frenchlawn Ballintober Roscommon

 

Honoria Tracy Cloonearagh Cloonfinlough Roscommon

 

John Tracey Lackan Kilmeane Roscommon

John Tracy Garrynagawna Drum Roscommon

John Treacey Clooncah Kilteevan Roscommon

 

Luke Treacey Clooncah Kilteevan Roscommon

 

Mark Tracey Cornaseer Kiltoom Roscommon

Mark Tracey Culliagharny Creagh Roscommon

 

Martin Tracey Toberpatrick Kiltrustan Roscommon

 

Matthew Tracey Culliagharny Creagh Roscommon

 

Michael Tracey Cloonmore Kilteevan Roscommon

Michael Tracey Garrynagawna Drum Roscommon

Michael Tracey Knockmeane Kilmeane Roscommon

Michael Tracy Cloonlaughnan Tisrara Roscommon

Michael Tracy Treanacreeve Lissonuffy Roscommon

 

Patrick Tracey Ballinturly Fuerty Roscommon

Patrick Tracey Cloonmore Kilteevan Roscommon

Patrick Tracey Garrynagawna Drum Roscommon

Patrick Tracey Lackan Kilmeane Roscommon

Patrick Tracey Longford Kilkeevin Roscommon

Patrick Tracey Main Street Kilkeevin Roscommon

Patrick Tracy Cloonmore Kilteevan Roscommon

Patrick Tracy Fearagh (Brackna South) Kilmeane Roscommon

Patrick Tracy Knockcroghery Killinvoy Roscommon

Patrick Tracy Toberpatrick Kiltrustan Roscommon

Patrick Tracy Treanacreeve Lissonuffy Roscommon

Patrick Treacy Clooncah Kilteevan Roscommon

 

Philip Tracey Gorteencloogh or Corra More Athleague Roscommon

 

Terence Tracy Aghmagree Kilteevan Roscommon

 

Thomas Tracey Ballybeg Lissonuffy Roscommon

Thomas Tracy Clooncraff Clooncraff Roscommon

Thomas Tracy Drinaun Elphin Roscommon

Thomas Treacy Drumagissaun Kilglass Roscommon

 

William Tracey Cloonmore Kilteevan Roscommon

Philip Tracey Gorteencloogh or Corra More Athleague Roscommon

 

Andrew Tracey Frenchlawn Ballintober Roscommon

Francis Tracey Frenchlawn Ballintober Roscommon

 

Thomas Tracy Clooncraff Clooncraff Roscommon

 

Honoria Tracy Cloonearagh Cloonfinlough Roscommon

 

Bridget Tracey Beagh (Brabazon) Creagh Roscommon

Mark Tracey Culliagharny Creagh Roscommon

Matthew Tracey Culliagharny Creagh Roscommon

 

John Tracy Garrynagawna Drum Roscommon

Michael Tracey Garrynagawna Drum Roscommon

Patrick Tracey Garrynagawna Drum Roscommon

 

Andrew Tracy Shankoagh Drumatemple Roscommon

 

Thomas Tracy Drinaun Elphin Roscommon

 

Patrick Tracey Ballinturly Fuerty Roscommon

 

Thomas Treacy Drumagissaun Kilglass Roscommon

 

Patrick Tracey Longford Kilkeevin Roscommon

Patrick Tracey Main Street Kilkeevin Roscommon

 

Patrick Tracy Knockcroghery Killinvoy Roscommon

 

Bridget Tracy Knockmeane Kilmeane Roscommon

John Tracey Lackan Kilmeane Roscommon

Michael Tracey Knockmeane Kilmeane Roscommon

Patrick Tracey Lackan Kilmeane Roscommon

Patrick Tracy Fearagh (Brackna South) Kilmeane Roscommon

 

Catherine Tracy Aghmagree Kilteevan Roscommon

John Treacey Clooncah Kilteevan Roscommon

Luke Treacey Clooncah Kilteevan Roscommon

Michael Tracey Cloonmore Kilteevan Roscommon

Patrick Tracey Cloonmore Kilteevan Roscommon

Patrick Tracy Cloonmore Kilteevan Roscommon

Patrick Treacy Clooncah Kilteevan Roscommon

Terence Tracy Aghmagree Kilteevan Roscommon

William Tracey Cloonmore Kilteevan Roscommon

 

Mark Tracey Cornaseer Kiltoom Roscommon

 

Martin Tracey Toberpatrick Kiltrustan Roscommon

Patrick Tracy Toberpatrick Kiltrustan Roscommon

 

Michael Tracy Treanacreeve Lissonuffy Roscommon

Patrick Tracy Treanacreeve Lissonuffy Roscommon

Thomas Tracey Ballybeg Lissonuffy Roscommon

 

Michael Tracy Cloonlaughnan Tisrara Roscommon

 

1857

11, 11 on map, Bridget Treacy, Knockmain, otherwise knockmenagh, [Knockmeane? Roscommon] 0a/1r/25p Statute, 0a/1r/0p Irish, £0.7.0 rent, tenant from year to year

12, 12 on map, Widow Anne Treacy, Knockmain, otherwise knockmenagh, [Knockmeane? Roscommon] 0a/1r/20p Statute, 0a/0r/37p Irish, £0.7.0 rent, tenant from year to year

17, 17 on map, Michael Treacy, Knockmain, otherwise knockmenagh, [Knockmeane? Roscommon] 0a/2r/20p Statute, 0a/1r/22p Irish, £0.5.0 rent, tenant from year to year

 

Cultivator, Liverpool to New York 6 Nov 2 Sep 1858

Patrick Tracey, 18, M, labourer, Roscommon

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

Martin Tracey 4 Oct 1895 Cranaghmore Roscommon, farmer, to Mary Tracey widow

Patrick Tracy 20 May 1899 Cloneagh Roscommon, farmer, to son Patrick Tracy, farmer

 

Hugh Coffey 3 Dec 1920 Killoy Lecarrow Roscommon, to John Treacy, farmer

 

Ellen Lowe 15 May 1866 Newtownsmith Galway, widow, to Rose Treacy of Snipehill (Frenchpark) Roscommon, the residuary legatee

Thomas Keavin 22 Sep 1858 Lacka Galway, MD, to Rose Treacy (wife of Andrew Treacy) of Snipe Hill Roscommon, administrator of  Ellen Lowe, relict of deceased

15 November 1867 (FJ) Court of Probate

To John Ward, William Ward and Christina Ward, spinster, the Residuary Legatees named in the last Will and Testament of Thomas Keavin, late of Lacka, in the County of Galway, M.D., deceased, who died on or about the 22nd day of September 1858. Take Notice...letters of administration...onto Rose Treacy, of Snipehill, in the County of Roscommon, the wife of Andrew Treacy, of the same place the administratrix with the last will and testament annexed of Ellen Lowe, widow, deceased, who was whilst living the lawful mother and the principal legatee named in the said will of said Thomas Keavin...

 

1859 Cavan Observer

Roscommon Assizes Crown Court, Tuesday July 12

Manslaughter

Michael and William Fallon were indicted for that they on the 21st of March last did kill and slay one Michael Tracy, at Monkstown, in this county.

Messrs. Beytagh and Morris prosecuted.

Thomas Stanford examined by Mr. Beytagh--was returning home from the fair of Athlone in company with the deceased and his (witness's) brother, John; when they had come to Monks and a cart with several persons on it overtook and passed them by; shortly after, when they had proceeded a little further, they came up with the cart which had been stopped, and the people on it had got off, and were standing near it; when witness came up he was struck with a stick by the prisoner, William Fallon, and knocked down and his head cut; the deceased did not say a word to the prisoners; the prisoners then went on and shortly afterwards witness again came up with them, and they asked the prisoner William Fallon what his reason was for beating him, when the prisoner's sister replied, "John, they did not know you from Adam."

The witness was not cross examined.

Margaret Tracy examined by Mr. Morris--Is the widow of the late Michael Tracy; remembers the 21st of March; her husband came home in the evening in a very bad state; he had a cut in the head and died about ten days after.

This having concluded the evidence for the crown, his Lordship directed an acquittal.

July 13, 1859 (FJ)

Roscommon...Michael Tracy, and assulted him with intent to commit bodily harm, and also for common assult at Monkland near Athlone.

 

October 13, 1860 (FJ) Catholic Institution for Deaf and Dumb

...William Tracy, do [Castlerea]...

                                                                                           

1860’s The Diaries of John Gregory Bourke

John Gregory Bourke kept a monumental set of diaries as aide-de-camp to Brigadier General George Crook [Indian Wars USA].

…Mr. Treacy, our gentlemanly cicerone, is the senior member of the firm of Treacy and Wilson, horse-dealers; he is a young Irishman who left his native district, - Roscommon – 25 years ago…

 

1860- British War Office (WO97) – Chelsea Hospital

John Treasy, b. 1832, Hockstown, Roscommon

Joseph Treacy, b. 1862 Athlone, Roscommon

Martin Tracey, b. ? Roscommon, Roscommon

Michael Tracey, b. 1839, Ballinsloe, Roscommon 

Patrick Tracey, b. 1837, Ballinidslow, Roscommon 

Patrick Tracey, b. 1845 Ballinasloe, Roscommon

Patrick Tracey, b. 1852 Athlone, Roscommon

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

Thomas Tracey, ?, Roscommon, Roscommon

 

1860

5. John Tracy, Corslira otherwise Corraslira, Roscommon, £5.4.4 rent, 5a/0r/0p, tentant from year to year

 

1860 US Census

Patrick Tracy, The City Of Savannah, 2nd Dist., Chatham, Georgia, 30 years, b. Roscommon Ireland

 

1861 British Census

Andrew Tracey, spouse: Julia, b. abt 1821 Roscommon Ireland, Middlesex England

= Julia Tracey, spouse: Andrew, b. abt 1827 Ireland, Middlesex England

James Tracey, spouse: Mary, b. abt 1820 Roscommon Ireland, Kent England

= Mary Tracey, spouse: James, b. abt 1825 Ireland, Kent England

Thomas Tracey, spouse: Mary, b. abt 1839 Roscommon Ireland, Cheshire England

= Mary Tracey, spouse: Thomas, b. abt 1838 Ireland, Cheshire England

 

1861 - 5 Vickers square, Christchurch, Bolton, Lancashire

Catharine Tracy, lodger, unmarried, 24, b. 1837 Roscommon Ireland, cotton factory worker,

 

1861 Census - 7 East Sculcoates Yorkshire (East Riding) [Army]

Patrick Treacy, head, 57, b. Ireland

Martha Treacy, wife. 50, b. Hedon, Yorkshire

 

1861 Census - Navigation Hill, Sheffied St John Yorkshire

Patrick Tracy, head, 36, b. Roscommon Ireland, labourer,

Bridget Tracy, wife, 34, b. Roscommon Ireland,

Catharine Tracy, daur, 10, b. Roscommon Ireland,

Bridget Tracy, daur, 8, b. Sheffield York

John Tracy, son, 5, b. Sheffield York

Ann Tracy, daur, 2, b. Sheffield York

Patrick Durkin, lodger, unmarried 25, b. Roscoomon Ireland, scale presser

 

1862 Thom's Irish Almanac and Official Directory (Roscommon)

Petty Sessions Courts
Place where held, Day, and Name of Clerk.
Ballintobber, Ballymoe, second Wednesday; W. Treacy.
Ballinlough, Castlerea, second Wednesday; W. Treacy.
Castlerea, second Saturday; W. Treacy.

 

1862 - 1864 National education (Ireland)

G. Tracey, R.C. teacher, ordinary agricultural, Loughglynn, Tiborine, Roscommon.

 

December 19, 1863 Cavan Observer
Firing At Sir Charles Domville's Bailiff - On Thursday morning while passing on a car through Dysart, county of Roscommon, a shot was fired at Mark Tracy, the bailiff of Sir Charles Domville, wounding him in the hand. An inquiry was held by the magistrates of the neighbourhood on Friday, but no clue has yet been obtained to the perpetrator of this outrage.--"Westmeath Independent."

15 December 1863 Cork Examiner

[Dysart, county Roscommon]... at Mark Tracy, the bailiff of Sir Charlea Domville, wounding him in the hand. An enquiry was held by the magiatratea of the neighbourhood Friday, but no clue has yet ...

 

June 22, 1864 Connaught Telegraph (Mayo) [bad copy]

Roscommon Quarter Sessions...appeal broght by Mark Tracy against borough magistrate for Athlone for a fine of 40s or 3 months imprisonment for being drunk and disorderly on horse back on the 14th May within the town of Athlone...was baliff to Sir Comptom Doonvile [Mayo landlord]...

 

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

Tracey, Anne, Roscommon, Roscommon. 13 367

Tracey, Maria, Roscommon, Roscommon. 8 403

Tracey, Maria, Roscommon, Roscommon. 18 361

Tracey, Michael, Roscommon, Roscommon. 8 404

Tracey, Patrick, Ballinasloe, Galway/Roscommon. 4 36

Tracey, William, Athlone, Roscommon/Westmeath. 8 26

Tracey, (female), Athlone, Roscommon/Westmeath. 8 20

Tracy, Honoria, Ballinasloe, Galway/Roscommon. 14 28

Tracy, James, Castlereagh, Roscommon/Mayo. 9 143

Tracy, Mary, Ballinasloe, Galway/Roscommon. 14 35

Tracy, Michael, Ballinasloe, Galway/Roscommon. 14 25

Tracy, (male), Ballinasloe, Galway/Roscommon. 14 26

Trassy, Mary, Glennamaddy, Galway/Roscommon. 19 319

Trasy, Mary, Glennamaddy, Galway/Roscommon. 14 304

Treacy, Martin, Roscommon, Roscommon. 3 330

 

1865

21. 14 on map. Mark Tracy, Moyvannon, Roscommon, £13.2.4 rent, 24a/2r/11p, tenant from year to year

 

1866-1870 The Search for Missing Friends

Of Thomas Tracey and Mary Kelly, natives of Dranny Sane, parish of Kilglass, county Roscommon, Ireland; when last heard from they were in New York city. Any information of them will be thankfully received by their aunt, Ellen Kelly, care of Mrs. Mack, No 208 Seventh street, Cincinnati, Ohio. If they have money let...

 

1866-1914 Dog Licence Registers of Ireland

- Alphabetical

- by County

 

1 Jan. 1867 to Dec. 1869 Returns of all Poor Persons Removed from England and Wales to Ireland

Patrick Tracey from Liverpool parish to Athlone

 

1850-1883 New York Emigrant Savings Bank Records

 

20 Jan 1868 (amended July 20/69) 63309 Michael Treacy of 38 Vandam St, seaman, born 1836 Co Roscommon, ard 1856 per "Stalwart" [crossed out] wife Ann Tracey born 1834 Co Kilkenny, ard 1854 per [blank] bee Mara [Morrissey crossed out]

 

14 Jun 1872 90551 Ellen Tracy, of 241 W 33rd St, housekeeper, born 1826 Co Roscommon, ar 1846 per BLANK, hus Martin nee Naughton or husband, carman, born 1822 Co Roscommon, ar 1853 per "Universe" married Ellen Naughton

 

20 July 1870 (FJ) Roscommon

Moore v. Tracy and Another. This was an action for assualt. Damager were laid at £50. The mother of the plaintiff, who died about 1821, had a large amount of property and house at Portrun and part of the bog at Cloncagh, held by plaintiff, and Crithboy or Half Lacken held by the defendant. A mearing drain separated the present holdings of plaintiff and defendant. On the 30th June 1869, when plaintiff was cutting turf...The defendant case was that the place where the plaintiff was cutting turf had been dismissed to them by a lease dated the 9th November 1839, made by Mr. George Norman, the heir at law of the original owner in fee. The jury found for plaintiff 6d damages and 6d costs.

July 1870 Roscommon Assizes

Moore v Tracey and another...This was an action for damages in consequence of an assault. It appears that the mother of the plaintiff who died about 1821 had a large amount of property including the house at Portran, and part of the bog of Clooncagh now held by plaintiff and Orithboy or Half Lacken held by the defendant. The defendants case was that the place whereon plaintiff was cutting turf had been demised to them by a lease dated 9th November 1839 made by Mr. George Norman, heir-at-law of the original owner.

 

8 October 1870 (FJ) French Ambulanes

Parish of Kilmore, Diocese of Elphin, County Roscommon...Thomas Tracy...

 

1870

Martin Tracey, Toberpatrick, Roscommon, £1.10.0 rent, tenant at will, These tenants are servants or workmen of the owner...

 

8 April 1871 (N) Death

Treacy - March 30, at Castlerea, Charles P Treacy, aged 21 years.

 

1871 Census

James Tracey , Head, M, 47, b. 1824 Roscommon, glazier, Ulverston Lancashire

Mary Tracey , Wife, F, 42, b. 1829 Ireland, Ulverston Lancashire

Ann Tracey , Daughter, F, 21, b. 1850 Wigan, Dressmaker, Ulverston Lancashire

James Tracey , Son, M, 15, b. 1856 Ulverston, Draper, Ulverston Lancashire

Thomas Tracey , Son, M, 11, b. 1860 Ulverston, Ulverston Lancashire

Martin Tracey, Head, M, 44, b. 1827 Ros Common Ireland, labourer, Hulme Chorlton Lancashire

Sarah Tracey, Wife, F, 41, b. 1830 Langford, Hulme Chorlton Lancashire

Josh Tracey, Son, M, 16, b. 1855 Manchester, Hulme Chorlton Lancashire

Thos Tracey, Son, M, 14, b. 1857 Manchester, Hulme Chorlton Lancashire

Richd Tracey, Son, M, 3, b. 1868 Manchester, Hulme Chorlton Lancashire

Robt Tracey, Son, M, 0, b. 1871 Manchester, Hulme Chorlton Lancashire

1871 Census - 5 Golden Lane, St Giles without Cripplegate, London, England

Nicholas Treacy, head, 40, shoe maker, b. Cr Boscommon [Co Roscommon], Ireland

Mary Treacy, wife, 30, shoe makers wife, b. Sussex Brighton

Andrew Treacy, son, 2, b. City Cripplegate

Mary Treacy, dau, 3mo, b. City Cripplegate

1871 British Census

John Tracy, head, 52, b. 1819 Roscomanan Ireland, Llandysilio Montgomeryshire

Anne Tracy, wife, 28, b. 1843 Shropshire, Llandysilio Montgomeryshire

Henry Jones, Stepson, 3, b. 1868 Montgomeryshire, Llandysilio Montgomeryshire

Mary A Jones, Stepdaughter, 0, b. 1871 Llandysilio Montgomeryshire, Llandysilio Montgomeryshire

1871 Census England

Self  John Tracy  M 44 Co Meath, Ireland, Heckmondwike. Yorkshire (West Riding) 

Wife  Mary Tracy  F 45 Rosscommon, Ireland 

Daughter-in-law  Margaret Kelley  F 24 Huddersfield, Yorkshire 

Granddaughter  Mary Kelley  F 2 Heckmondwike, Yorkshire 

Grandson  Martin Kelley  M 0 Heckmondwike, Yorkshire 

Son  Thomas Tracy  M 18 Dewsbury, Yorkshire 

Son  Michael Tracy  M 14 Dewsbury, Yorkshire 

Son  James Tracy  M 9 Dewsbury, Yorkshire 

Daughter  Ellen Tracy  F 3 Dewsbury, Yorkshire 

Mother  Dortherty Tracy  F 89 Rosscommon, Ireland 

Boarder  Martin Horne  M 19 Heckmondwike, Yorkshire 

Boarder  Thomas Horne  M 17 Heckmondwike, Yorkshire 

1871 Census - Sculcoates, Yorkshire (West Riding)

Patrick Tracy         Self         M            67           b. Billinsloe, Ireland [Army]

Martha Tracy         Wife       F             60           b. Hedon, Yorkshire

 

17 January 1874 Pilot (Boston Ma)

Deaths under New York City

Tracy — Jan, 5, Andrew J. Tracy, of Ballinturly, co. Roscommon, Ireland, aged 49.

 

1875 Return of Number of original Civil Bill Ejectment Processes

John Tracey and others claiments, John Frazer respondent, £406/9/0 claimed for improvements, 1872 Athlone Roscommon, not heard

 

1875

Mary Tracey, rep of Catherine Dolan, Brideswell Athlone Roscommon, , £1.5.0, 0a/3r/10p

 

October 28, 1876 Connaught Telegraph (Mayo)

Strokestown Union [Roscommon]...The clerk said that, within the present week, a case hearing on the subject, had occurred, in which a whole family named Tracy had been removed to the fever hospital, from a cabin similar to those noticed by the Chairman.

 

December 09, 1876 Connaught Telegraph (Mayo)

Strokestown Petty sessions...Gillstown...He summoned a man named Martin Tracy, for having allowed seven or eight heifers to wander on the public road at Toberpatrick. Defendant appeared, explaining that the cattle were not his - he was only in charge of them and accordingly the case was dismissed.

 

February 24, 1877 Connaught Telegraph (Mayo)

Strokestown Petty sessions...Trinacreeva is situated a few miles from Strokestown and was always remarkable for the bellicose inclinations of its people...There are two families there named Walsh and tracy, the members of which are nearly related by blood...A young man - Peter Tracy - had his cousin Michael Walsh summoned for assault..

 

16 February 1878 (FJ)

Thursday a farmer named Tracy was proceeding to his home from the fair of Lanesborough, Roscommon, when he was accosted by a man named Duck, with whom he had a dispute about land. Duck stabbed Tracy three times with a penknife, and one stab nearly reached the heart. Tracy is in a dying state. Duck is in custody.

16th February 1878 The North Wales Chronicle and Advertiser for the Principality

Case Of Stabbing. On Thursday night a farmer named Tracey was pro- ceeding to his home from the fair at Lanesboroitgh, Roscommon, when he was accosted by a man named Dick, with whom he had a dispute about laud. Dick stabbed Tracey three times with a penknife, aud one "tab Dearly reacbed the heart. Tracey is in a dying state. Dick is in custody.

February 16, 1878 Connaught Telegraph (Mayo)

Reported stabbing case in Roscommon. - On Thursday night a farmer named tracy was proceeding to his home from the fair of Lanesborough, Roscommon, when he was accosted by a man named Duck, with whom he had a dispute about land. Duck stabbed Tracy three times with a penknife, and one stab nearly reached the heart. Tracy is in a dying state. Duck is in custody.

March 23, 1878 Connaught Telegraph (Mayo)

Stabbing in Roscommon - John Tracy, the man who was stabbed with a knife on the 12th ult, died in consequence, and an inquest was held by Mr TJ Burke near Beechwood on Thursday. Michael Duck, the man accused is in gaol, and awaits his trial at the next sessions.

July 20, 1878 Connaught Telegraph (Mayo)

Michael Duck was indicted for the manslaughter of John Tracy at the house of the father of the deceased about three miles from Roscommon on the 14th of February last...the father and sister and mother of the deceased, who were all present on the occasion, swore to the commission...found guilty and sentenced to five years penal servitude.

1878 Roscommon

Michael Duck convicted Summer Assizes 1878 of the manslaughter of John Treacy on the 13 Mar 1878 and sentenced to five years penal servitude.

Edward Treacy convicted with 8 others, Summer Assizes 1878 of assult on 5 police 30 June 1878 and sentenced to six months imprisonment.

July 1878 Roscommon Assizes

...manslaughter by stabbing of John Tracey on the 12th of last March...

                                   

1878 Return of Infants born in Irish Workhouses

Maria Tracy, 1873, healthy, Stroketown Union

 

May 31, 1879 Connaught Telegraph (Mayo)

...Head-Constable Tracy said he could not give an opinion on the subject, as he has been only a short time in Strokestown...

 

2 April 1881 (N) Ladies Land League

Scramogue, Co. Roscommon...Miss Treacy...

11 March 1882 (N) Ladies Land League

Scramogue, Co. Roscommon...re-elected Miss E. Treacy, president...

25 March 1882 (N) Ladies Land League

Scramogue, Co. Roscommon...re-elected Miss E. Treacy, president...

 

16 April 1881 (N) Land League

Kilglass, Co. Roscommon...committee...Thomas Treacy...

 

July 1881 Boycotting at an Auction

At the Athlone Petty Sessions, Thomas Hogan, Patrick Bohen, Thomas Bohen and Martin Tracey, were charged that in April they did unlawfully assemble at Mount Florance in the county of Roscommon.

16 July 1881 (N) Boycotting at an Auction

Irish Times- At the Athlone petty sessions...Martin Tracey...unlawfully assembled at Mount Florance in the county of Roscommon...prevented John Flynn...[from bidding]...

 

3 September 1881 (N) Land League

Scramogue, Co. Roscommon...Mr. Michael Treacy vice-president...committee...Peter Treacy...

 

17 December 1881 (N) Ladies land League

...Parish of Kiltevan, Knockcroghery, county Roscommon, per Miss E Treacy £4...

 

1881 British Census (LDS)

James Tracey, Lodger, Single, M, 67, Lab At Meat Market, Roscommon; 48 Golden Lane Lodging House, Middlesex

John Tracey, 60 years, born Galway, Labourer Ironworks, 77 Portway Rd Wednesbury Stafford

Mary, 54 years, born Roscommon, wife

Margaret Tracy, 29 years, born Roscommon, single, Unemployed Weaver, 50 Staple St Bradford York

Bridget Muldoon, 46 years, born Mayo, widow, sister, Weaver Worsted

John Muldoon, 26 years, born Bartle York, Unemployed Mason

William Muldoon, 16 years, born Bradford, Unemployed Spinner Worsted

Martin Tracy, Son In Law, Married, M, 28, General Labourer, Roscommon; 23 Thomas Street, Holyhead, Anglesey, Wales

Mary Tracy, Daughter, Married, F, 30, Labourers Wife, Brighton, Sussex

Wm Tracy, Grand Son, Single, M, 0, , Holyhead, Anglesey

Wm Ware, Head, Married, M, 62, Coast Gd Pensioner Navy, Cork

Honora Ware, Wife, Married, F, 62, Coast Gd Pensioner Wife, Cork

Hy Ware, Son, Single, M, 25, Railway Clerk, Brighton, Sussex

Mary Tracey, Head, Single, F, 38, Cotton Spinner, Roscommon; 3 Tideswell Court, Stockport, Chesire

Thos Tracey, Brother, Single, M, 27, Hatter, Stockport, Cheshire

Ann Overton, Sister, Married, F, 29, Cotton Spinner, Stockport, Cheshire

Mary Overton, Daughter Sisters, Single, F, 0, , Heaton Norris, Lancashire

Thomas Treacey, 21 years, born Roscommon, single, Farm Servant, Towbridge Manor St Mellons Monmouth Wales

Thomas Tracey, 41 years, born Roscommon, Tailor, 9 Carter St Manchester Lanc

Mary, 47 years, born Galway, wife,

Winifred Tracey, Pauper, M, Female, 31, Roscommon, Ireland, Domestic Servant, "Stoke Upon Trent Workhouse" Penkhull  

John Tracey, Pauper, Male, 13, Longton, Stafford, England, Scholar      

Michael Tracey, Pauper, Male, 10, Longton, Stafford, England, Scholar                           

Mary Ann Tracey, Pauper, Female, 8, Longton, Stafford, England, Scholar                     

 

7 January 1882 (N) Land League

...Killteevan branch, per Miss Ellen M Tracey £1/8/0...

 

21 June 1882 (NG) Desperate Assault near Athlone

On Saturday evening, a farmer named Patrick Tracey was brutally, and it is feared fatally assaulted at Cranaghmore [Roscommon], three miles distant from Athlone...dispute with a neighbour named John Donnellan...blow with a shovel...

23rd June 1882 Monmouthshire Merlin

Martin Tracy was severely beated with a spade, at Crannagh, Athlone, on Sunday, by a man named Dolan with whom he had a dispute about land. Tracey s dying deposition has been taken.

 

8 July 1882 (N) Ladies Land League

...Scramogue Co. Roscommon...monthly meeting...Miss E Tracy in the chair...

 

9 September 1882 (NG) Narrow escape from drowning

...a tramp had a narrow escape from drowning in the Shannon at Athlone...a young man named Tracy, who was engaged washing a side car, on the Connaught docks...saved him...

 

20 November 1882 Freeman's Journal

...James Tracy, Kluockcrogliery [Knockcroghery], Roscommon...

 

1882 Return of judicial rents

Michael Tracy of Gornagowana Roscommon, landlord James Kelly (receiver of Sullivan Estate), 11a/2r/4p, poor valuation £4/15/0, old rent £9/12/6, new rent £5/10/0

 

1882

7 to 7g. Michael Tracey, Garrynagowna, Athlone, Roscommon, £5.10.0 rent, 10a/2r/22p, Statuatory tenant from year to year, tennancy commenced 1st November. The rent of £5.10.0 payable by this tenant includes the rent of the holding No.4 on Lot 3, part 2. The rent of this holding has been fixed by the County Court Judge by order dated the 18th March 1882, at £5.10.0 under the Land law (Ireland) Act 1881. This tenant has a right of turbary within the limits of his holding for house use only, and the landlord's right of sporting is preserved.

8 to 8c, Patrick Tracey, reps of John deceased, Garrynagowna, Athlone, Roscommon, £8.2.6 rent, 11a/1r/14.5p, Statuatory tenant from year to year

1883

Lot 3 Part 2, Patrick Treacy (representative of John Deceased), Garrynagowna, Roscommon, 1a/3r/14p, tenant from year to year, ...rent £8.2.6 set out in No.8 to 8c on Lot 3 Part 1.

1883

4. Michael Tracey, Carrickynaghten and Garrynagowna Bog, Athlone Roscommon, 0a/3r/39p, Statutory tenant from year to year; tenancy commenced 1st November. The rent of this holding is included in the rent of £5.10.0 set out in respect of the tenancy No. 7 to 7g on Lot 3 Part 1 (see observations thereto as to rent, turbary and sporting which apply to this holding).

 

1883 Return of judicial rents

Martin Tracy of Cranaghmore Roscommon, landlord Andrew Bermingham, 16a/1r/10p, poor valuation £10/5/0, old rent £12/5/10, new rent £10/50/0, by consent

 

City of Berlin, Liverpool & Queenstown to New York 29 Sep 1884

Catherine Tracey, 58, F, wife, Roscommon

Martin Tracey, 30, M, labourer, Roscommon

Catherine Tracey, 25, F, servant, Roscommon

 

1884-9 (1908 Royal Commission on Congestion - Sale of Tenants rights)

Frank Tracey of Coonaflicka Roscommon or Sligo, judical rent £14/0/0, fixed 24/6/1884, sale 5/3/1889, £180, 11 years, landlord W. Barrett Esq

 

1884

6 and 6a. John Kane and Thomas Tracy, Clooncraff otherwise Cloonaffe, Roscommon, Roscommon, £2.11.0 each, 3a/2r/34p, tenant from year to year

 

Baltic, Liverpool & Queenstown to New York 24 April 1885

Bridget Treacy, 21, F, servant, Roscommon

Jane Tracey, 18, F, servant, Queenstown

 

Nevada, Liverpool & Queenstown to New York 29 Sep 1885

Sarah Tracey, 22, F, spinster, Roscommon

 

14 August 1886 (N) Land League

Scramogue, Co. Roscommon...Mr. John Treacy presiding...

 

1886 John Treacy, tenant, Mrs Catherine Digby, landlord, Corry, Roscommon, 7a3r35p, £6.15.0 valuation, £6.0.4 rent, £4.4.0 judicial rent

 

1887 William Treacy, tenant, Colonel JT Davys, landlord, Coolshaughtena, Roscommon, 18a1r0p, £5.5.0 valuation, £6 rent, £4 judicial rent

 

1887 Michael Treacy, Limited Admor. of Pat Treacy, tenant, Earl of Clancarty, landlord, Culliagharney, Roscommon, 16a0r28p, £4.10.0 valuation, £5.15.8 rent, £3.12.0 judicial rent

 

10 March 1888 (N) Irish National League

Scramogue County Roscommon...Messrs Tracy and Saunders were appointed members of committee...

 

4 Aug 1888 New England Naturalization

Patrick Tracy, of Johnston, b. Apr 1853  Roscommon, Ireland 

Arrival in US: May 16, 1870 New York

Witnesses: Laurence J. Coffey, Providence & Peter J. Lannon, Providence

 

10 August 1888 Freeman's Journal

...Wm Tracy, Petty Sessions Clerk of Castlerea, gave evidence...

 

1888? Established Church (Ireland) Commission

Cathedral of Elphin

Treacy and Duffy (joint tennants), Parish of Elphin County Roscommon, no acrage, annual rent £3/4/7, renewal? £3/10/0, 21 years 18 unexpired.

 

1888 Return of judicial rents

Margaret Treacy of Knockmain Roscommon, landlord Major Michael A. Burke, 4a/0r/8p, poor valuation £2/10/0, old rent £2/10/0, new rent £1/16/0

 

Thursday, January 24, 1889 Brooklyn Eagle

Obituary - Dr. William C. Tracy

William C. Tracy, who died at his late residence 319 Court street, on Sunday last, was born in Kingston Jamaica about sixty years ago and came to this country while a young man. His parents were natives of Roscommon in Ireland and were of the best families of that place. The doctor was in favour of every movement looking to Ireland's regeneration. He possessed all the qualities that constitute the gentleman and the Christian. The funeral took place last Wednesday from the late residence and the interment was in Evergreens Cemetery.

 

1889 Return of judicial rents

Margaret Treacy of Cloonloughlin Roscommon, landlord Percy Magan, 17a/0r/0p, poor valuation £10/0/0, old rent £10/0/0, new rent £8/5/0

 

1890 Return of judicial rents

Patrick Treacy of Clooncale Roscommon, landlord Jogn Frazer, 5a/2r/28p, poor valuation £3/0/0, old rent £3/0/0, new rent £2/10/0

 

17 November 1890 Daily Alta California

Diffley-In this city, November 15, Margaret, beloved wife of Thomas Diffley and sister of John and Thomas Curley and Mary Tracy, a native of County Roscommon, Ireland, aged 57 years.

 

January 18, 1896 Connaught Telegraph (Mayo)

Mr. Wm Tracy, Castlerea...shooting at Cleaboy House...publicly compliment Mr. William Tracy (son of Mr Tracy petty sessions clerk) on the highly satisfactory manner in which he had taken down the voluminous evidence of the numerous witnesses examined in the cases...

 

9 June 1909  San Francisco Call

Tracy— In this city. June B, 1909. Mary, beloved wife of the late William Tracy, loving mother of John W., Thomas E. and William H. Tracy, loving grandmother of Edna M. and the late Willlam 1. Tracy, and loving sister of Thomas Curley, Mrs. Sarah GlUlgnn of Boston, and the late John  Curley and Margaret Curley, a native of County Roscommon. (Boston, Mass., papers please copy.) Friends and acquaintanoos are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Wednesday), at 8:30 a. m., from her late residence, CGS Hayes street near Buchanan, thence to Sacred - Heart church; where a requiem high mass will be celebrated ' for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9 a. m. lnterment Holy Cross cemetery, via electric funeral car from Twenty-eighth and Valencia streets.,

 

1891 Census for Leftwich, England

Sch.23:  28 New Street.  Laurence Tracey, H, M, 30, Salt Lab, E, b. Ireland, Roscommon.

Catherine Tracey, Wife, M, 28, b. Ireland, Co. Galway.

Patrick Tracey, Son, S, 19, Bricksetter, E, b. Cheshire, Northwich.

 

1892 Return of judicial rents

Andrew Treacy contd. in name of Martin Treacy of Frenchlawn and another Roscommon, landlord H.L. Jephson/Thomas G.W. Sandford, 40a/0r/20p, poor valuation £20/19/0, old rent £16/6/0, new rent £14/0/0

 

1892-1924 Ellis Island Arrivals

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

 

Annie Tracey, Roscommon Ireland, 1901, 20 years (to Providence RI)

 

Bertha M Tracy, Strokestown Roscommon Ireland, 1907, Hkeeper, 38 years, 5’7”, dark complexion, black hair, grey eyes, Relative/Friend: Michael Donnellan Strokestown Co. Roscommon, b. Strokestown Ireland, resident returning Whitehall New York

 

Bdgt Tracey, Elphin (Roscommon? Ireland), 1901, 18 years, single, Elphin to Mountclair NJ, to sister Mary New York

 

Bridget Tracey, Clooncagh (Clooncah Kilteevan Roscommon Ireland?), 1904, 21 years, Cousin Mrs Trainer (Maggie) 373 Broadway Patterson NJ

 

Edward Tracy, Ballenasloe (Ballinasloe Roscommon) Ireland, 1915, 27 years, father Tracey Killaharna Ballinasloe [Roscommon] Cousin John Fay ??? New York. B. Ballinasloe Ireland [crossed out]

Edward Treacy, Ballinasloe (Roscommon) Ireland, 1915, 27 years, single, farmer. Mark Treacey, Ballinasloe, [Creagh] Co. Roscommon. to John Kay, 118 West 63 St New York, 5’9”, fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes, b. Ballinasloe Ireland.

 

Elizabeth Tracey, Strokestown Roscommon? Ireland, 1907, 29 years, Hmaid, non Immigrant Alien, father Michael Strokestown Co Roscommon. Home: 104 West River St Wilkesbarre Pa,

 

Helena Treacy, Strokestown Roscommon? Ireland, 1910, 20 years, single, Father Jns Treacy, Muckinagh, Strokestown, Ros. sist friend Mary A Washington, 107 S 12th St Newark NJ, 5’4”, fair complexion, fair hair, brown eyes, b. Strokestown Ireland.

 

James Tracey, Glasgow Scotland, 1923, 34 years, 33 years 7 months, Pipemaker, lived Glascow Scotland, Wife: Mary Tracey, 113 North Montrose St Glascow, to Boston Mass, Aunt: Mrs Geo Hull, 5 Putnan Place Rox? Boston Mass USA, b. Roscommon Ireland

 

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

 

John Tracey, Athlone (Roscommon Ireland?), 1900, 20 years, to sister Kate, Hartford Conn – Leetia Forminton ???

Mary Tracey, Athlone (Roscommon Ireland?), 1900, 25 years, to sister Kate, Hartford Conn – Leetia Forminton ??? 

Timothy Tracey, Athlone (Roscommon Ireland?), 1900, 18 years, to sister Kate, Hartford Conn – Leetia Forminton ??? 

 

John Treacy, Roscommon Ireland, 1900, 45 years, Roscommon, to Burlington?, Cousin M? Healhegen? 1108 Chestnut? St, Burlingham? NY?

 

John Tracey, b. Kilrooskey Roscommon? Ireland, 1906, 25 years, single, Sister Margaret??? Brother William 132 Marky St Pitts?, sister Bridget Madden 31 5 W 35st? NY?[multiple contacts], 5’2” dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes, 

 

John Treacy, Strokestown (Roscommon?) Ireland, 1913, 21 years, single, Father Martin Treacy, Ratanagh, Strokestown. Bro Pat Tracy, 10350 12th St Newark NJ. 5’11”, dark complexion, dark hair, black eyes, b. Strokestown Ireland.

 

Katie Tracey, Roscommon Ireland, 1900, 17 years, single, to cousin Kate Mullady? 81 Coahlandance Providence NJ,

 

Kate A. Tracy, Sound Beach USA,1908, 43 years, single, nurse, Mr Francis Tracy, Carrenderry, Co. Galway. resident returning Sound Beach Conn, 5’2”, fair complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, b. Ballymoe Ireland. [Kate A. Tracy 43, Patrick C Tracy 25]

Patrick C. Tracy, Rochester USA, 1908, 25 years, single, Clergyman, lived Rochester New York. Mrs Tracy, Carrenderry, Co. Galway. To  friend Righ Rev Chas H Cotton DD 1025 Delaware Ave Buffalo NY. 5’11”, fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, b. Ballymoe Ireland. [Kate A. Tracy 43, Patrick C Tracy 25]

 

Kate Treacy, Rosscommon, Ireland, 1909, 18 years, single, Mrs J Treacy, Beachwood Roscommon. Aunt Mrs Nano OReely?, 101 Bleumen St, New London, Con. 5’1”, dark complexion, brown hair, brown eyes. b. Roscommon Ireland.

 

Kate A. Tracey, Sound Beach USA, 1910, 45 [50] years, single?, trained nurse, lived various USA since 1883, to Elizabeth A Curdago? Sound Beach Conn, 5’2”, Fresh complexion, greyish hair, grey eyes, b. Ballintubber [Roscommon] Ireland [crossed out]

Kate A. Tracy, Sound Beach USA, 1910, 45 years, single, nurse, Father: Francis Tracy Carrenderry Co Galway. lived 1893 1910 Sound Beach. redident returning Shore Rd Sound Beach Conn. 5’2”, fair complexion, dark hair, Grey eyes. b. Carrenderry Ireland.

 

Katherine Tracey, Sheffield England, 1913, 19 years, single, domestic, Father: Mr J Tracey, 119 Bodmin Street, Attercliffe Sheffield England. To sister, Miss Tracey 37 Warrington Place, East Orange NJ, 5’3”, fair complexion, auburn? hair, blue? Eyes, b. Roscommon Ireland [See 1911 Census]

 

Lizzie Tracey, Kilivoskey (Kilrooskey Roscommon) Ireland, 1913, 18 years, single, servant, 5’4”, fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes, Mother: Catherine Tracey, Clontymullen, Kilroosky Roscommon, b. Roscommon, passage paid by aunt, to aunt Mrs Jn Whieler? Greant? Reach?/Cresent Beach Iowa (abantis? Con crossed out)

 

Louisa Tracey, Sheffield England, 1909, 18 years, single, domestic, Father: John Tracey 133 Novell? St Sheffield, to Uncle William Tracey 180 Valley St Orange NJ, 5’6” fair complexion, auburn hair, grey eyes, b. Roscommon Ireland [see 1901 Census]

 

Maggie Tracey, Stokestoun (Strokestown Roscommon) Ireland, 1907, 26 years, single, Hmaid, 5’7”, fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes, Father: Michael Strokestwon Roscommon, to sister Mrs E Samuel? 442 Coshn? Pensilvania and Westbound?, to Wilkesbawn? PA, b. Strokestown Ireland

 

Margaret Mary Treacy, Strokestown (Roscommon?) Ireland, 1916, 18 years, single, Father Martin Treacy, Rathenagh, Strokestown. brother John Treacy, 103 So 12 Str Newark. 5’4”, fair complexion, fair hair, grey eyes, b. Strokestown Ireland

 

Margaret Treacy, Muckinagh (Muckanagh Strokestown Roscommonnon) Ireland, 1920, 21 years, single, Father Thomas Treacy, Mackinagh, Strokestown, Ireland. Sister Mrs James Smith, 199 Ridge St, Newark NJ. 5’6”, fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes.b. Thuckinagh Ireland. [Margaret Treacy 21, Helen Treacy 25, sisters]

Helene Treacy, Mucknagh (Muckanagh Strokestown Roscommonnon) Ireland, 1920, 25 years, waitress, single, Father Thomas Treacy, Mackinagh, Strokestown, Ireland. Lived 6 yrs Newark NJ. Sister Mrs James Smith, 199 Ridge St, Newark NJ. 5’4”, fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes.b. Muckinagh Ireland. [Margaret Treacy 21, Helen Treacy 25, sisters] [not listed]

 

Margaret Tracey, Cloonloughlin (Cloonfinlough? Roscommon) Ireland, 1920, 25 years, single, 5’2”, fair complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, Father: Thos Tracey, Cloonloughlin, Co. Roscommon. To brother  Pat Tracey 2 Leves Place Roxbury Mass, intends staying seven years, b. Cloonloughlin Ireland

 

Mary Tracey, Athlone (Roscommon Ireland?), 1893, 17 years, spinster, to Waterburg,

 

Mary Treacy, Roscommon (Ireland), 1902, 16 years, single, to Cousin de de Buckley?, 372 Broadway, Patterson N York

 

Mary Treacy, Stokestown (Roscommon Ireland?), 1904, 28 years, single [image not found]

Thomas Treacy, Stokestown (Roscommon Ireland?), 1904, 21 years, single [image not found]

 

Mary Treacy, Kilrooskey (Roscommon?) Ireland, 1907, 22 years, single, to brother John Treacy, 121 East 40th St, New York. 5’10”, fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. b. Kilrooskey Ireland.

 

Mary Tracey, Clovuagh (Clooncah Kilteevan Roscommon?) Ireland, 1908, 25 [22] years, single, 5’2”, fair complexion, fair, hair, blue eyes, lived 6 years Jersey City, Mother: Mrs Tracey, Clooncagh Knockughny. to cousin, Mrs N Duffy, 1273 3rd Ave New York. b. Clooncagh Ireland

 

Mary Tracey, Roscommon Ireland, 1915, 22 years, single, Mother Mrs Tracey Carrowerin Roscommon, to Aunt Mrs O’Neill. 684 Waldon Ave Buffalo [NY] (Written in: Admitted to ??? who has ??? to Buffalo) 5’?”, fair complexion, auburn hair, brown eyes, b. Roscommon Ireland.

Sarah Tracey, Roscommon Ireland, 1915, 20 years, single, Mother Mrs Tracey Carrowerin Roscommon, to Aunt Mrs O’Neill. 684 Waldon Ave Buffalo [NY] (Written in: Admitted to ??? who has ??? to Buffalo) 5’5”, fair complexion, auburn hair, blue eyes, b. Roscommon Ireland. [see Mary Tracey 22]

 

Mary Tracy, Cloantymullen [Cloontimullen] Roscommon Ireland, 1916, 19 years, single, Mother Mrs C Tracey, Cloahymullen, Co. Roscommon. to Sister Lizzie Tracey, 2 Trinity St Hartford Conn, 5’6” fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes, b. Clountmullan Ireland.

 

Michael Tracey, Strokestown (Roscommon Ireland?), 1900, 22 years, single, To sister Mary, Mt? Clair NJ, 65 Mountain Ave

 

Minnie Tracey, Strokestown Roscommon? Ireland, 1923, 25 years, single, waitress, 5’5.5”, pale complexion, black hair, grey? eyes, father Martin Tracy Patenamh? Strokestown Ireland. sister Margt Walsh, 136? Valley Rd, Mont Clair, NJ b. Strokestown Ireland [crossed out]

Minnie Treacy, Ratmagh (Rattinagh Kilglass Roscommon) Ireland, 1923, 25 years, single, Waitress, Father Martin Tracy Ratenagh Stokestown Ireland. Lived US 1912/1919, to sister Margaret Walsh 132 Valley Rd Mount Clair NJ, intends living 4 years in US, 5'5.5", fair complexion, black hair, grey eyes, b. Ratenagh Ireland.

 

Patrick Tracey, Roscommon Ireland?, 1904, 20 years, Sister Sarah Tracey, 118 Hospital St Providence RI

 

Patrick Treacy, Muckinayah ((Muckanagh, Kilglass, Roscommon?) Ireland, 1905, 20 years, single, Muckinagh, to sister Cat Tracy 59 Walnut St Montclair NJ

 

Patrick Treacy, Strokestown (Roscommon?) Ireland, 1907, 24 years, single, father Michael Treacy Strokestown Co Roscommon. To sister Mrs Ed Durent? 443 Park Ave Wicksbure Pa. 5'7", fair complexion, black hair, blue eyes, b. Strokestown Ireland.

 

Patrick Tracy, 1909, 24 years, single, coachman?, non immigrant alien, Father Thomas Tracy, Teachnagh, Stokestown? Co. Roscommon. lived 4 years Rentelar? NJ, Sister Beatrice? Tracy 86 South Fullerton? Ave Montclair? NJ, 5’9”, fair complexion, brown? Hair, brown eyes, b. ??? Ireland

 

Patrick Tracey, Montclair NJ USA, 1910, 25 years, coachman, 5’8”, fair complexion, brn hair, brn eyes, Irish, Non-immigrant alien, lived Montclair USA, Father: John Tracey, Muchinagh, Strokestown. To sister, Mary Washington, 107 Sth 12th Str, Newark NJ. b. Strokestown Ireland.

 

Patrick J. Treacy, East Orange NJ USA, 1914, 25 years, married, Chaffeur, Father: Thomas Treacy, Muckinagh, Strokestown, Co. Roscommon. non immigrant alien, lived 8 years East Orags? NJ. Brother: Martin Treacy, 439 west? 49th Street New York, 5’8”, fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. b. Stokestown Ireland. [Patrick J Treacy 25, Catherine Treacy 25 also Patrick Washington 26 brother-in-law]

Catherine Treacy, East Orange NJ USA, 1914, 25 years, wife, Father Patrick Washington, Kilgarve? Strokestown, Co. Roscommon. non immigrant alien, lived ??? East Orags? NJ. Brother in law do [Martin Treacy, 439 west? 49th Street New York], 5’8”, dark complexion, black hair, brown eyes. b. Stokestown Ireland. [Patrick J Treacy 25, Catherine Treacy 25 also Patrick Washington 26 brother-in-law]

 

Sarah Treacy, Roscommon (Ireland), 1898, 28 years, single, sister paid passage, to sister Ellen 118 Prospect St Providence R.I.

 

Sarah J. Tracey, Hartford USA, 1924, 27 years, single, 5’2”, fresh complexion, auburn hair, blue eyes, domestic, Mother: Mrs N Tracey, Cullenboy, Kilteevan, Co. Roscommon. To sister Mrs Charles Jones, 217 Burnside Avenue, Hartford Conn. b. Kilteevan Co Roscommon.

Sarah Tracey, NY USA, 1924, 30 years, housemaid, 5’9”, fair complexion, auburn hair, blue eyes, Mother, Mrs Tracey, Cullerboy, Roscommon, Co. Roscommon.  Employer, Mrs LF Robinson 45 Forest Street Hartford Conn, b. [crossed out]

 

Teresa Treacy, Strokestown Roscommon? Ireland, 1908, 24 years, single, 3-189903-505-5?/140, Strokestown, (cousin) brother John Ashbrook Strokestown, to (daughter) sister Mrs Mary Daniels 442 North St Wilkesborn Pa. 5'9", fresh complexion, black hair, brown eyes, b. Strokestown Ireland [Theresa Treacy 24, Michael Treacy, 55]

Michael Treacy, Strokestown Roscommon? Ireland, 1908, 55 years, married, father, labr, Strokes, Son do [John Ashbrook Strokestown], to daughter do [Mrs Mary Daniels 442 North St Wilkesborn Pa]. 5'8", fresh complexion, fair hair, blue eyes, b. Strokestown Ireland [Theresa Treacy 24, Michael Treacy, 55]

 

Thomas Treacy, Strokestown (Roscommon) Ireland, 1907, 25 years, single, sister Mary Ann Treacy, 156 Orange Road, Mont Clair New Jersey, 5’8”, fair complexion, brown hair, dark eyes, b. Strokestown Roscommon [Thomas Treacy 25, Lizzie Kate Treacy 19]

Lizzie Kate Treacy, Strokestown (Roscommon) Ireland, 1907, 19 years, single, do [sister Mary Ann Treacy, 156 Orange Road, Mont Clair New Jersey], 5’4”, dark complexion, brown hair, brown eyes, b. Strokestown Roscommon  [Thomas Treacy 25, Lizzie Kate Treacy 19]

 

Thomas Treacy, Strokestown (Roscommon) Ireland, 1907, 21 years, single, farmer, lived 2.5 years Mont Clair, to sister Mary Ann 156 Orange Rd Mont Clair NJ. 5'9", fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes. b. Stokestown Ireland [crossed out]

 

Thomas Treacy, Strokestown (Roscommon) Ireland, 1907, 25 years, single, gardener [crossed out]

 

Willam Tracey, Sheffield England, 1910, 23 years, forgeman, 5’7”, fair complexion, red hair, blue eyes.  Father: Mr Tracey, 119 Bodmin Str, Sheffield. Sister: Miss L. Tracey, Lowell Ave, W Orange, NJ. b. Knockcroghery [Roscommon] Ireland.

 

Winifred Treacy, Strokestown Roscommon Ireland, 1913, 20 years, single, Father Thos Treacy Menchanagh Strokestown, father paid passage, to bro Patre? Treacy 150 So 12th St Newark NJ. 5'6", dark complexion, brown hair, brown eyes.  b. Strokestown Ireland [Winfred Treacy 20, Teresa Treacy 18, cousins]

Teresa Treacy, Strokestown Roscommon? Ireland, 1913, 18 years, single, 2-1018948 11-/30/42, Father Martin Treacy Ratanagh Strokestown, father paid passage, to cousin do [Patre? Treacy 150 So 12th St Newark NJ]. 5'6", fair complexion dark hair, grey eyes. b. Strokestown Ireland [Winfred Treacy 20, Teresa Treacy 18, cousins]

 

United States Naturalization Petitions

Bridget Treacy, born 18 Sep 1874 Roscommon, Ireland. Naturalised 1932 New York

Margaret Traccey/Tracey, born 15 Jan 1894 Roscommon, Ireland. Naturalised 1927 & 1932 Boston, MA

Mary Anne Treacy, born 17 Jul 1916 Roscommon, Ireland. Naturalised 1940 New York New York

Michael J Tracy, born 29 Nov 1879 Roscommon, Ireland. Naturalised 1906 Massachussetts

Michael Tracey, born 01 Oct 1896 Roscommon, Ireland. Naturalised 1932 Newton C MA. Spouse's Bridget Tracey Child Thomas A Tracey born 12 Feb 1926

Michael Treacy, born 06 Aug 1868 Roscommon, Ireland. Naturalised 1919 Somerville, Massachusetts

Patrick Joseph Tracy, born 19 Feb 1883 or 1884 Roscommon, Ireland. Naturalised 1910 & 1918 Boston Rox, MA

Patrick Joseph Treacy, born 29 Aug 1897 Roscommon, Ireland. Naturalised 1925 Marlboro, Massachusetts

Sarah Tracy, born 09 Feb 1900 Roscommon, Ireland. Naturalised 1927 Hartford, CT

William Joseph Tracy, born 15 Oct 1884 Roscommon, Ireland. Naturalised 1917 Boston (rox), Massachusetts. Spouse's Nora Tracy

 

‘British Princess', Queenstown to Phila 29 May 1894

Catherine Treacy, 22, b. 1872, lived Ballintubber [Roscommon], to Sister at 724 62nd St, Chicago, Ill.

 

'Indiana', Queenstown to Phila 6 Aug 1894

John Tracey, 21, b. 1873, lived Tulsk [Ogulla Roscommon], to uncle John New York City

John Tracey, 42, b. 1852, married, lived Burell [Bruff Limerick?], lived 25 yrs New York, to Actna N.J. Burgen Co. New York

 

'Kensington', Queenstown to Phila 7 July 1894

Bgt Treacy, 23, b. 1871, lived Clooneigh [Kilteevan, Roscommon?], to Uncle M. Breheny 113 Hannah St Harrisburg,

Celia Treacy, 22, b. 1872, lived Lennaghmore [Annaghmore Sligo?], Aunt Magg Toole, 1432 South 22nd St Phila. [also Julia 18]

 

1894 Return of Advances made under the Land Act

30 Jan 1894 Martin Tracy of Keelty Roscommon, vendor: A.W. Bermingham, 2a/1r/29p, value £-, rent £1/0/0, price £10, advance £10

 

March 1895 Knockmaroon Hills [Knockaroon, Roscommon?]

Proposed road to cut off above...Michael Tracey 4s...

 

6 Oct 1897 New England Naturalization

John J Tracy, of 105 Hampden St., Boston Mass, b. 2 June 1872 County Roscommon, Ireland 

 

1899 Return of Advances made under the Land Act

July 27 1898 Margaret Treacy of Knockmane Roscommon, vendor: Michael Burke, 4a/0r/20p, value £2/10/0, rent £1/16/0 judical, price £30, advance £30, cash £6

 

1899 Return of judicial rents

Martin Treacy of Garnagowna Athlone Roscommon, landlord Dora and RJ O'Sullivan (Lunatic), 11a/2r/0, poor valuation £4/15/0, old rent £9/12/6, new rent 1 £54/10/0, new rent 2 £4/0/0

 

'Rhynland' Queenstown to Phila 16 May 1900

Bridget Tracy, 30, b. 1870 Ireland, single, lived Roscommon, lived US 4.5 years 1887 to 1892. To cousin Michael Mulhern 1108 Chestnut St Del, there 17 years, heard just before leaving. [with James 45]

James Tracy, 45, b. 1855 Ireland, single, lived Roscommon, to cousin Michael Mulhern 1108 Chestnut St Del. There 17 years, heard just before leaving. [with Bridget 30]

 

August 04, 1900 The Irish standard (Minneapolis, Minn.)

Roscommon. At the last meeting of the Roscommon Board of Guardians, a letter was received from the Local Government Board, signifying their approval of the Guardians' proposal to allow a sum of £2 to a girl named Kate Treacy, from Kilteevan, to assist her to emigrate.

 

18 August 1900 San Francisco Call

Tracy— In this city, August 17, 1900. Eliza, beloved wife of John W. Tracy, mother of Edna M. and William I. Tracy, and sister of Annie Crane, a native of County Roscommon, Ireland, aged 27 years 1 month and 13 days.

 

October 14, 1900 Reynolds's Newspaper (London)

Treacy - News wanted of Michael Treacy and his sister, Mary Treacy; left County Roscommon, Ireland about eighteen years ago. Last heard of in Chicago, U.S.A. working in butcher's stall. Their sister Mrs. Bridget Mannion, care of Editor, Reynolds Newspaper, inquiries. American papers, please copy.

 

1900 Irish Mission for Immigrant Girls in New York City

Louisa Tracey, 1909, 17 years, from Roscommon. Sponsor:            William Tracey 220 Valley St. Orange, N.J. uncle (Arabic - April 25 1909)

 

Mary Tracey, 1902, 16 years, from Roscommon. Sponsor: Maggie Burke 373 Broadway Paterson N.J. Comments: 5:00; D 7:00 (Oceanic 1902-03-27)

 

1901 Return of judicial rents

Mark Treacy of Cuillagharny Ballinsloe Roscommon, landlord Dowager Countess of Clancarty, 16a/0r/14p, poor valuation £2/10/0, old rent £2/6/0, new rent £2/6/0

 

 

 

 1901 Census of Ireland

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

 

 

1901 Census of England

John Tracey, 53, Ireland Roscommon, Night Porter, St Clement Danes, London

 

Partial 1901 Census

 
Townland

 
Parish

 
Barony

 
County

 
Description

Head of household
Surname

Head of household
Given

Head of household
Occupation

Other occupants

Frenchlawn

Ballintober

Castlerea

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

Martin (55)

farmer

Patrick (56) brother/labourer

Friarshill

Castlemore

Costello

Roscommon

St. Francis

Tracey

Annie (13)

student

 

Friarshill

Castlemore

Costello

Roscommon

St. Francis

Tracy

Bridget (14)

student

 

Culliagharny

Creagh

Moycarn

Roscommon

Household

Tracy

Marks (40)

farmer

Margaret (40)

Thomas (19)

John (18)

Bridget (14)

Edward (11)

Margaret (9)

Kate (8)

Michael(4)

Culliagharny

Creagh

Moycarn

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

Michael (32)

farmer

Mary (40) wife

Annie (13)

Mary Agnes (10)

Michael (5)

Katie (4)

Garrynagowna

Drum

Athlone South

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

Bridget (72)

farmer/widow

Martin (40)

Bridget (35)

Ballinturly

Fuerty

Athlone

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

Martin (50)

farmer

Mary (25) wife

Patrick (3)

Norah (1)

Patrick (45) brother

Kate (30) sister

Carrowcrin

Kilbride

Ballintober South

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

Michael (60)

farmer

Ellen (45)

Kate (16)

Margaret (14)

Patrick (10)

Mary (9)

Sarah (7)

Ellen (5)

Hannah (2)

Corry

Kilgefin

Ballintober South

Roscommon

Household

Tracey

Anne (56)

farmer/widow

Michael (30)

Mary (16) seamstress

Muckanagh

Kilglass

Ballintober North

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

Thomas (48)

farmer

Bridget (44)

Thomas (20)

Bridget (18)

Terence (14)

Elizabeth (12)

Elenia (10)

Winifred (8)

Margaret (4)

Rattinagh

Kilglass

Ballintober North

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

Martin (36)

farmer

Bridget (34)

John (9)

Mary A.(7)

Margaret (3)

Columba (2)

Francis (5mo.)

Castlerea T.

Kilkeevin

Castlerea

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

William (72)

C.P.S. pensioner

Catherine (51)

Susan (21)

Knockcroghery Village

Killinvoy

Athlone

Roscommon

Household

Tracey

Betty (50)

widow

Henry (28) pipe maker

Patt (20) pipe maker

Knockcroghery Village

Killinvoy

Athlone

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

Mary (64)

widow

Michael (29) pipemaker

Knockcroghery Village

Killinvoy

Athlone

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

John (42)

pipe maker

Kate (40)

Patrick (18) pipe maker

William (16) pipe finisher

Louisa (12)

John (9)

Kate (6)

Thomas (3)

Lizzie (1 mo.)

Knockmeane

Kilmeane

Athlone

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

Margaret (60)

farmer

widow

Cloonmore

Kilteevan

Ballintober South

Roscommon

Household

Tracey

Michael (46)

farmer

Bridget (57) or (51) wife

Maggie (21)

Patrick (15)

Clooncah

Kilteevan

Ballintober South

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

Catherine (60)

farmer/widow

Mary (27)

John (25)

Patrick (22)

Annie (19)

Clooncah

Kilteevan

Ballintober South

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

Patrick (36)

farmer/not married

Ellen (70) mother

Margaret Dunigan (35) niece/servant

Cloonmore

Kilteevan

Ballintober South

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

Anne (50)

farmer/widow

Patrick (17)

Michael (14)

Ellen Treacy (55) sister in law/not married

Martin Treacy (40) brother in law/not married

Cloontimullan

Kilteevan

Ballintober South

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

Terence? (35)

labourer

Catherine (30)

Kate (15)

James (12)

John (11)

Patrick (8)

Eliza (6)

Mary (4)

Martin (1)

Strokestown T./Elphin St.

Kiltrustan

Roscommon

Roscommon

Household

Tracy

Michael (56)

labourer/widower

Patrick (23)

Maggie (21)

Tessie (19)

Toberpatrick

Kiltrustan

Roscommon

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

John (37)

farm labourer/not married

Margaret (24) sister/seamstres/not married

Bally Beg

Lissonuffy

Roscommon

Roscommon

Household

Tracy

Thomas (87?)

shopkeeper

Thomas (59) son/not married-Mary (53) dtr./not married

Treanacreeve

Lissonuffy

Roscommon

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

John (30)

farmer

Anne (28)

Patrick (4)

Michael (3)

Mary Anne (2)

Margaret (1mo.)

Treanacreeve

Lissonuffy

Roscommon

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

William (45)

farmer/widower

Michael (47) brother/not married

Michael (11)

Bridget (8)

James (6)

Mary Kate (3)

Rathpeak

Moore

Moycarn

Roscommon

Household

Tracey

Bridget (70)

herd/widow

Bridget Calloran (32) dtr./married

Kate Halloran (28) dtr./married

Eliza (24) dtr./not married

Patrick Calloran (9) gs

Mary Halloran (10mo.) gd

Ardsallagh Beg

Roscommon

Ballintober South

Roscommon

Roscommon Workhouse

Tracey

B. (98)

not married

from Formane

Ballytoohey

Termonbarry

Ballintober North

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

Martin (60)

herd/widower

Maria (24) seamstress

Teresa (4) gd

Cloonlaughnan

Tisrara

Athlone

Roscommon

Household

Tracey

Thomas (57)

farmer

Ellie (48)

Michael (21)

William (19)

Patrick (17)

Thomas (15)

Lizzie (13)

Margaret (9)

Francis (7)

 

 

08-23-1902 Irish World (New York)

Recent Deaths...Treacey - July 25, at Shannon View, Mrs E. Treacey, Shannon View House, Clooncagh, Roscommon, age 74 years...

 

1903 Montana

…Domestic jobs paid poorly, however, and women often sought opportunities to improve their economic status. Kate Tracy, for example, worked at a boardinghouse when she arrived in Anaconda in 1903 from County Roscommon, but she soon learned how to sew and hired out as a seamstress…

'We Are Women Irish': Gender, Class, Religious, and Ethnic Identity in Anaconda, Montana, by Laurie K. Mercier © 1994 Montana Historical Society

 

May 27 1904, Catherine Treacy, Longford, Roscommon, 13a1r20p, £5.5.0 valuation, £7.10.0 rent, judicial, £215 purchase price and advance

 

Feb 25, 1905 (IT) RIC

Transfer of Constables...James Tracy, Mayo to Roscommon.

Jan 16, 1909 (IT) RIC

The force at Boyle, County Roscommon has been augmented...Constable Treacy from Hillstreet...

3 July 1909 (IT) Constable James Treacy, of the County Roscommon Force, temporarily attached to the Depot, has been granted leave of absence for one month, and is to rejoin his station on expiration of leave.

 

1905 Return of Advances made under the Land Act

{ May 27 1904 Martin Treacy of Frenchlawn Roscommon, 31a/0r/26p, value £20/19/0, rent £13/19/0, judical, price £308, advance £308

{ May 27 1904 Martin Treacy of Shankoagh Roscommon, 14a/1r/7p,

 

1907 Return of Advances made under the Land Act

May 27 1904 Catherine Treacy of Longford Roscommon, 9a/0r/30p, value £6/15/0, rent £10/0/0 Not judical, price £215, advance £215

 

Mar 23, 1907 (IT) RIC

[recruits allocated to counties]...dating from the 19th inst. to fill vacancies. No.1 Company. Daniel Tracey, to Roscommon.

Apr 12, 1911 (FJ) RIC

Commended...Daniel Treacy, Boyle, Co. Roscommon...

 

Jul 4, 1907 & Sep 2, 1907 (IT)

Wanted situation as Housemaid, town or country; good needlewoman; single, free the 25th; please state terms. - G. Tracy, Greystones Post Office, Co. Wicklow.

Oct 30, 1907 & Nov 14, 1907 (IT)

Two young women require situations one as HP maid of signgle housemaid, good needlewoman, disengaged 21st, wages £18 to £20; country preferred; other as Lady's maid or children's maid, good dressmaker, wages £16 £18, disengaged 11th town or country, highly recommended. Apply G. Tracy and M. Horan, Kilbegnet, Creggs, Co. Roscommon.

 

1903 Return of Advances made under the Land Act

Dec 10 1908 Martin Treacy of Ballinturly Roscommon, 50a/3r/8p, value £28/0/0, rent £21/18/0, Not judical, price £408, advance £408

 

1909 Return of Advances made under the Land Act - Estate of Stanley Victor Coote

Oct 15 1908 Thomas Tracy of Drumagissaun Roscommon, 4a/0r/8p, rent £0/10/0, NOT judical, price £10, advance £10

 

May 1909 - Two dwelling-houses at Corroy about six miles from Roscommon, belonging to farmers named Tracy and Leonard, were destroyed by fire yesterday morning. No one was injured. A claim for compensation for malicious injury will be lodged.

Oct 6, 1909 (IT) Alleged Malicious Fire in Roscommon

...application by Anne Tracey, of Corry, near Roscommon for £150, the value of her dwelling house, furniture etc, alleged to have been maliciously burned on the night of the 26th May...dispute about bog and one of the Commissioners had come down and settle it. John Tracey, son of applicant...James Leonard, a neighbour, and found his house on fire...went to his mothers house and found it on fire...His Honor dismissed the case.

 

August 1909 Irish Postmasters Association

The annual meeting in the Gresham Hotel Dublin...17 members present...Mr. Treacy (Castlerea)...

March 1914 IT

Castlerea...Mr. Tracey, Postmaster...

 

1912-13 [Cd. 6028, 6029, 6096, 6137, 6187, 6263, 6330, 6393, 6403, 6420, 6424, 6443] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish land purchase acts, during the month of November, 1910. - Roscommon

15th December 1910, William Tracy, Treanacreeve, 9a0r35p, £3.10.0 rent, £83 purchase price and advance, 21 years

 

May 11, 1912 (IT)

...a large force of police visited the district of Kilteevan, about four miles from Roscommon and arrested [18 men]...Patrick Tracay...all of Clooncraffe, Ballinaboy, Kilteevan and the townlands adjacent...charged with riot and unlawful assembly...inflicting wounds on two police officers...returned...Assizes and admitted them to bail.

 

 

 

1911 Census of Ireland

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

 

 

1912 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act - Estate of Stanley Victor Coote

17/10/1912 Martin Treacy of Rattinagh Roscommon, 11a/2r/0p, rent £4/1/6, not Judical, purchase £86, advance £86, 21.1 years rent

 

Feb 1, 1913 (LO) Strokestown Petty sessions

Terence Treacy and Thomas Treacy, of Muckinagh [Muckanagh], sued Thomas Madden of Moyglass, Strokestown, for possession of a house. The case was marked withdrawn.

Feb 22, 1913 (LO) ...In reply...Patrick Treacy said that his son [owner of the house] wrote to him from America and told him that he was to look after his business...Thomas Treacy gave evidence as to serving a notice to quit on the 20th January, the rent was 1s6d per week...

 

US State Department records

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

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

 

1914 Michael Treacy, Culliaghary Roscommon, 37a1r38p (Bog) & 4a0r0p, £4.15.0 valuation, £3.12.0 rent, judicial, £74 price and advance, 20.5 years

 

1914-1920 British Army WWI Service & Pension Records

James Tracey, b. abt 1892, Roscommon, Roscommon,  

John Tracey, b. abt 1892, Knockcroghery, Rosscommon,  

 

Sep 6, 1915 (IT) Armed madman's Escapade

...Ballinturly, near Athleague, County Roscommon...Michael Hoare...armed with a gun...fired at a girl named Treacey, who resides conveniently to his farm, wounding her rather seriously in the head...

Sep 18, 1915 (IT) & Sep 25, 1915 (IT) RIC

[Roscommon] On Saturday evening...Michael Hoare of Ballinturly, near Athleague...charged with firing a gun at Nora Tracey, and wounding her, and also with firing at the police...

 

1916-1923 Volunteers

Treacy, Frank (Cloonfree Coy.) 40, 445

Treacy, James (Mountbellew, Ballinasloe) 458

Treacy, John Joseph (Ballinturly, Fuerty) 445

Treacy, Joseph (Dunmore Coy, Co. Galway) 454

Treacy, Michael (North Longford Flying Column) 462

Treacy, Nora (Ballinturly, Fuerty) 445

Treacy, Pat (Ballinturly, Fuerty) 445

Treacy, Patrick (Glenamaddy Coy.) 445, 453, 454

Treacy, Patrick (Kilteevan Coy.) 207, 445

Treacy, Sean (Tipperary) 24, 109

Treacy, Thomas (Cootehall) 141, 165, 194, 445

Thorne, Kathleen Hegarty (2005) They put the Flag a-Flyin’. The Roscommon Volunteers 1916-1923. Generation Publishing, Oregon.

http://www.generationpublishing.com/order.php

Prosecution of Patrick Treacy; IRA Officer; 10th May, 1921; Ballinturly, county Roscommon; recommended for internment. WO 35/131/47

 

1916? Canceled Valuation Books - Cloonmore, Kilteevan, Roscommon

=====================================================================================================================================================

Reference To Map                Occupiers               Immediate Lessors          Description           Comment                                  Observations

=====================================================================================================================================================

6ABCD                                Anne TREACY             John BURNS                 Ho, Off & Land        Anne x'd out, replaced with Patrick      1921

**                                          Patrick

8A to G                Michael TREACY                " "                  Ho & Land             Michael x'd out, replaced with Patrick   "19

** 8ABCDEFG                    Patrick

9A to H                Bridget BRENNAN               " "                        " "             Bridget x'd out, replaced with Patrick's "19

9ABCDEFGH                      Patrick TREACY

10                                          Bridget BRENNAN                                                          Bridget x'd out, replaced with Patrick's "19

**                                          Patrick TREACY                " "                  Land                  ** joined with parenthesis

10                                          Michael TREACY                " "                        " "             Michael x'd out, replaced with Patrick   "19

**                                          Patrick

12                                          Anne TRACEY             John BURNS                                       Anne x'd out, replaced w/ Patrick        1921

                                              Patrick

(no map ref given)                Bridget BRENNAN         (no info given)            (no info given)       Bridget x'd out, replaced w/ Patrick's   "19

                                              Patrick TREACY

(no map ref given)                Michael TREACY          (no info given)            (no info given)       Michael x'd out, replaced w/ Patrick     "19

                                              Patrick

http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/roscommon/land/vals-cloonmore.htm

 

1917 USA Draft Registration  

John Treacy b. 17 Sep 1891 Roscommon Ireland, Alien 1st papers, motorman Public Service, single, no dependants, lives 273 Marren Newark NJ

Michael Tracey b. 27 Dec 1886 Roscommon Ireland, naturalised, longshoreman, single, lives 222 South St NYC

William Joseph Tracey b. 16 Jun 1892 Roscommon Ireland, naturalised, US citizen, Wife & mother dependants, lives 52 Walnut St Newark? NJ, machinest at Edison, served 3 years in the British infantry

Martin Joseph Tracey b. Aug 15 1875 Ireland, lives 196 Ridge St Newark Essex NJ, works Edison Chemical Works Bloomfield Essex NJ, nearest relative Beatrice Tracey Roscommon Ireland.

 

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. - Roscommon

15th March 1917, Patrick Tracy, Moyglass, 10a0r20p, £5.15.0 valuation, £4 rent, judicial, £84 price and advance, 21 years

 

US State Department records

Patrick Dillion resides Lanesboro, Roscommon, son of John Dillion & Catherine Tracy, sister married Patrick Cusack, Stone St, NYC date 1917-05-22

https://sites.google.com/site/irishgleanings/home/1-05-extracts-from-correspondence---part-5

 

17th January 1918

P.B. Treacy (1918, Jan. 17), asking for Redmond’s support in assisting the people of Athlone who propose to erect schools as a monument to the late Monsignor Kelly, Dean of Elphin. Encloses printed flier re the proposed ‘Kelly Memorial Schools’.

MS 15,264 Papers of John Redmond NLI

 

Columbo Treacy, Kiltrustan, Co. Roscommon

Regarding the formation of the Volunteers in Kiltrustan the other members of the company were Michael O'Connor section Frank leader John Rodgers, Matt McCormack, McHugh, Michael Fallon, Patrick Rodgers, Michael Warren, Martin McHugh, John Kelly, Tom Diffley, Peter Lynch, Frank Wynne, Columbo Treacy, Joe Curry, John Caslin, Tom Kelly, Paddy Flanagan, Mick Tiernan, Tom Caulfield, paddy Beirne, Pat Brennan, Peter Carlon, Luke Cox, Dan Sweeney, paddy Sweeney, Tom McHugo, Peter Melia, pat Moore, pat McCormack and Johnny Callaghan.

Witness: Patrick Mullooly, Senior Officer IRA, Roscommon, 1921

 

Frank Treacy, Kiltrustan, Co. Roscommon

In Strokestown proper there was a pretty lively unit - Tom Shevlin, Marty O'Connor, Sean Bermingham, Frank Treacy, Tom Mason and others.

...There in the cells we lingered on in hopes day after day and at least on one night we were assured everything was smooth sailing, when a crowd of storm troopers arrived with a fresh batch of prisoners - some new captures and sone old - including Marty O'Connor of Strokestown and Frank Treacy of Kiltrustan. They were parked in the other spare cells.

Witness: Patrick Mullooly, Senior Officer IRA, Roscommon, 1921

When night came, Captain P. Flanagan, Lieutenant J. Hunt, Torn Dolan and I met and went on foot to Strokestown and met M.R. O'Connor (present Court Clerk), Frank Treacy (since dead) and Jimmie Beirne.

Witness: Stephen Scally, Member IRA, Roscommon, 1920 [signed 2/2/1955]

 

1922 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act - former Estate of Everard Digby and another

31/3/1919 Anne Tracy of Corry Roscommon, 9a/0r/31p, value £6/15/0, rent £4/4/0, Judical, purchase £82, advance £82, 19.5 years rent & Anne Tracy (widow) Drumdaff Roscommon, 14a/2r/25p, purchase £256, advance £256

31/3/1919 Anne Tracey widow of Drumdaff Roscommon, 1a/0r/6p,  purchase £6, advance £6 & Corry Roscommon, 1a/1r/30p, purchase £6, advance £6

 

Mar 22, 1922 (FJ) Connacht

Serious Motor Mishap. - Between Strokestown and Elphin, a horse and cart was run into by a motor going at top speed, the driver of the cart a man named Tracy, having his spine broken and his limbs paralysed...

Mar 23, 1922 (FJ)

Death of victim of Motor Smash. The carter, Tracy, who was severely injured in the motor smash at Strokestown has succumbed to his injuries in the County Hospital.

 

May 9, 1922 (FJ) Presentation top Castlerea Postmaster

Post-Office staff at Castlerea and a host of friends in the town have presented Mr. George Treacy, who has been Postmaster at castlerea for the past fifteen years, with an address and a wallet of Treasury notes on his retirement from the service on superannuation. [Roscommon]

May 13, 1922 (IT) Provincial

Presentation to Postmaster - Post office officials at Castlerea and local friend in the town have presented Mr. George Treacy, who had been postmaster at Castlerea for 15 years with an address and a wallet of treasury notes on his retirement from the services.

 

Feb 9, 1923 (FJ) Boyle Arrests

National troops from Boyle made several important captures this week...TJ Treacy, Cootehall...[Roscommon]

 

Apr 3, 1926 (IT) New Assistant Surveyor

Mr. P. Treacy, B.Sc., B.E., Cootehall, Boyle, has been appointed Assistant Surveyor for North Leitrim.

 

Aug 6, 1927 (WE) Roscommon Circuit Court

...Jury...Thos. Treacy...

 

19 may 1928 (CTr) Roscommon Circuit Court

...James Gilligan, Culliagharney, sued Michael Tracy, of same place, for £2.15s, value of sheep killed by his dog...

 

May 19, 1928 (IT) Irish Police News

7566 Guard Edw. Tracy, Roscommon to Ballinasloe.

Nov 24, 1928 (IT) Irish Police News

7566 Guard E. Tracy, Ballinasloe to Aughrim.

 

2 may 1931 (CTr)

At Roscommon Circuit Court on Tuesday...Francis Tracey, Cloonloughton, Mount Talbot sued...for assaulting him on January 19 at Four Roads by biting the thumb of his right hand, which had to be amputated. Tracey said that he went to America four years ago and had intended to go back there...a decree...for £41 and expenses...by monthly instaments of £5.

 

16 may 1931 (CTr)

Deaths:...Miss Monica Treacy, Knockeroghery?, County roscommon (at St. Louis' Convent, Carrickmacross).

 

30 may 1931 (CTr)

...Roscommon defeated Leitrim...Junior...footbal championships...Tracey [Roscommon] netted with good shot...

 

23 apr 1932 (CTr)

Deaths: Mr. P. Treacy, Athleague, Roscommon.

 

22 oct 1932 (CTr) Control of dance halls

The golden jubilee of the ordination to the priesthood of the Right rev Monsignor M. J. [Michael Joseph] Treacy, Prolonotary Apatone (a native of Clooncagh, Roscommon), has been celebrated by special services in St. Michael's Church, Deneliquin, New South wales, Australia...the Pope sent his photograph...Pius XI...

24 May 1938 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW)

Monsignor Treacey. Deniliquin, Monday

A cable from Ireland announces the death of the Right Rev. Monsignor Michael Joseph Treacey, Prothonotary Apostolic, at the age of 83.

He was born at Rosscommon, Ireland. He studied for the priesthood at. Maynooth Col- lege, and came to Australia 55 years ago, His first mission was in. the. Goulburn diocese, where he remained about four years. He then went to Hay, as curate, and later succeeded Father Kieley as parish priest there. After about ll years at Hay. he came to Deniliquin as parish priest, where, for over 40 years, he guided the affairs of this parish. In February last, Monsignor Treacey left here on a health trip to Ireland,

 

26 nov 1932 (CTr)

At Roscommon District Court...unlighted bicycles...Wm Tracey, Kilrooskey, 1s;

 

Dec 1932 (CTr) In Roscommon County Council worker Injured

When returning home from work on his motor cycle last week, Andrew Treacy, Ballinturley, ganger for Roscommon Co. council, collided with a horse and was rather seriously injured on the head...recovered speedily and was discharged in a few days.

 

1932 London Wills

James Tracy of Cootehall Boyle county Roscommon died 26 March 1932 Administration London 31 May to Mary Tracy widow. Effects £201.5.0 in England.

 

4 nov 1933 (CTr) Masked and Armed men Raid card party

...house of Mr. John Harlow, Kilrocskey...Mr. Hubert Tracey, one of the card players, was the seized and taken outside. Some moments later Mr John T. Tracey and Mr. Casey were ordered to come out. Mr Joseph Tracey ran to the assistance of his brother, Hubert. A scuffle followed and shots were discharged...Mr. Joseph Tracey received injuries on the head and body...

11 Nov 1933 (CTr) Nine Masked Men "You played part of Hero"

Tribute to man who fought raiders...William Tracey at Roscommon District Court...William Tracey deposed...called on the men to arrest witness's brother Hubert Tracey, John P Casey and John Tracey...said Tracey was a credit to the parish he belonged to...

18 Nov 1933 (CTr) Roscommon Raid

...house of John Harlow, Fairymount...they were the recognised Republican Army. The men were taken outside. A brother of one of the men (Tracy)....

Dec 1933 Roscommon Raid Sequel

The Military Tribunal will sit on Thursday next at Collins Barracks...The accused are charged on nine counts in connection with the raid on the farm-house of John Hanlon (or Harlow, Fairymount, Co. Roscommon) by armed men on October 27 last. They are charged with conspiracy, possession of firearms, assault on Hubert (or Herbert) Treacy, John Treacy, William Treacy and John Casey, riotous assembly, etc.

16 dec 1933 (CTr) Roscommon Changes before Military Tribunal

...Dublin...nine counts...farmhouse of John Hanlon...assault on Hubert Treacy, John Treacy, William Treacy...adjourned...

 

18 nov 1933 (CTr)

At Roscommon District Court...Mrs Mary E. McDermott, licensed publican, Prtrun...Patrick Treacy, Cloonmore...on the premises fined 2s6d

 

23 jun 1934 (CTr)

Roscommon Minor footbal team...J. Tracey...

 

11 aug 1934 (CTr) Mayo v. Roscommon [Hurling]

...Tracy (Roscommon) was now seen to advantage. He put his team on the offensive time after time but the forwards failed to do the needful...

 

2 Mr Michael Joseph Treacy made a will on 26 August 1936 and a codicil to this will on 12 February 1938. He died on 20 May 1938. [NSW, Australia]

5 The deceased was a Roman Catholic priest who, judging by the terms of will, came from Ireland. The estate was sworn as under the value of £10,312, which meant at that time that the assets in value added up to about £10,311. This might have created problems as by his will the deceased gave legacies to various relatives, friends and institutions for a total amount of well over that figure but the problem was overcome as I will explain. The gifts included the following gift which forms the subject matter of the present proceedings before me:

TO my sister Mrs. Bridget Watson Ballymurray Roscommon Ireland three thousand pounds (£3-000) ON TRUST the interest accruing from the said sum to be paid to her annually And if it should be less than One hundred pounds (£100) what will required to bring it to that amount will be taken from the (£3-000) on trust and added to the interest so that she may receive One hundred pounds (£100) annually And after her death what will remain of the Three thousand pounds held in trust by my executors will be distributed on the various charities hereafter to be mentioned in this Will.

http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/nsw/supreme_ct/2008/1081.html

 

30 May 1936 (CTr) In Roscommon

Mr Andrew Joseph Heavey, Cloonabricka House, Ballygar, died...and brother-in-law to Right Rev Monsignor Treacey, Pro Mortary Apostolic, Denelquin, New South Wales...

 

1937/8 Schools Collection

Brigid Treacy, Ashbrook, Scramogue, Co. Roscommon. Prayers.

Mamie Treacy, Ashbrook, Strokestown, Co. Roscommon. Folklore - Old Ruin.

Sheila Treacy, Roosky, Co. Roscommon.Story & Cures.

Mairéadh Ní Threasaigh, sixth Class. Informant J. Tracey, Cloonloughlin, Mt. Talbot, Co. Roscommon, age 46 or 56. Local Cures, Lore of Certain Days, The Famine Times & Local Marriage Customs.

http://www.duchas.ie/

 

Clooncah, Kilteevan (Ringforts)

The folklore collections record two ringforts extant in the townland in 1938. One was about 200 yards (183m) north of the river Hind in Treacy’s field, surrounded by a ring of hawthorn. The other fort is recorded one mile west of Shannon View school. It was adjacent to Mrs Clasby’s house with nut trees growing around it. (M.MS. 1270,p.48).

http://www.kilteevancommunity.ie/heritage/kilteevan-history-and-heritage

 

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

Edward Tracy b. 30 Jun 1888 Roscommon, Ireland Residence: Middlesex, Massachusetts

Patrick James Treacy b. 10 Jun 1882 Roscommon, Ireland Residence: Providence, Rhode Island

Patrick Joseph Tracy b. 12 Jun 1880 Roscommon, Ireland Residence: Suffolk, Massachusetts

Patrick Joseph Treacy b. 22 May 1886 Roscommon, Ireland Residence: Essex, New Jersey

William Joseph Tracey b. 16 Jun 1892 Roscommon Co, Ireland Residence: Essex, New Jersey

 

1942 London Wills

Treacy Francis or Tracey Francis otherwise Frank of Rathinagh [Kilglass] County Roscommon died 26 September 1940 at Kilburn High-road London N.W.6 Administration (limited) Llandudno 2 May to Shane Peadar Flynn solicitor attorney of Mary Ellen Tracey widow. Effects £186 14s. 7d. in England.

 

 

 

Bernard Treacy from Drummullin, Elphin was part of a team awarded a silver medal at the Culinary Olympics which took place in Germany in October 2008. The twenty-two-year-old son of Gerard and Mary Treacy was a member of the Irish Junior Culinary Team and they were also awarded a bronze medal in the hot food category; the silver medal was won in the buffet category. A graduate of Galway-Mayo Institute of Techonology, Bernard is at present working in Salthill in Galway, while one of his brother's, Patrick, is also a chef and holds the position of head chef in the Quality Hotel in Youghal, Co. Cork.

 

 

 

 

Right Rev. Monsignor William T. Treacy

The Right Rev. Monsignor William T. Treacy, Protonotary Apostolic Vicar General of Wilcania, Australia. He was a native of Roscommon, and was educated at Summer Hill College, Athlone, and All Hallows Dublin, before his ordination in 1882. For a number of years he worked as a missionary in Goulburn and Deniliquin, New South Wales. He was appointed Vicar general of the Diocese of Wilcania in 1889, and on two occasions he was Administrator of the diocese during the absence of the Bishop. In 1902 he was made a Domestic Prelate to the Pope, and he returned home from Australia some time ago. He died on the 20th May 1938 in Dublin.

Ref: May 21, 1938 Irish Times

 

 

 

 

 FAMILY HISTORIES

 

Name Researchers

 

Surname

County

Townland

Civil Parish

Researcher

TREACY

Roscommon

 

Four roads

Elizabeth Shanley

 

 

Army Birth Registration

Bridget Tracey, Athlone, 1901, 41st, Vol 1327 page 140

Bridget Tracey, Athlone, 1901, 41st, Vol 1328 page 126

Catherine Tracey, Athlone, 1896, R.A., Vol 330 page 240

Elizabeth Tracey, Athlone, 1899, 41st, Vol 1328 page 126

Mary A. Tracey, Athlone, 1897, 41st, Vol 1327 page 140

Mary A. Tracey, Athlone, 1897, 41st, Vol 1328 page 126

 

Victoria Australia Marriages

1873, 00167, F, Tracey, Johanna, Isherwood, John, Cy Roscommon,

 

 

Andrew Tracey m. Julia Bresnan 31 Jan 1848  Spitalfields Christ Church, Stepney, London, England  (see 1861 Census)

Nicholas Charles Tracey (b. 1861 St. Lukes London?) m. Margaret Asley 1887 Peabodys Buildings

Margaret Julia Tracey b.c. 1890 London m. 1910

http://www.british-genealogy.com/forums/showthread.php/72361-Margaret-Julia-Tracey

1861 Census

Andrew Tracey, b.c. 1821, 40 years, St Luke London

Andrew Tracey, b.c. 1859, 2 years, St Luke London (b. 1858 St. Lukes London)

 

Ann Treacy & Patrick Flannery c. 1857; Roscommon (?) migrated to Cincinatti OH c. 1850

Martin E. Cassidy email Livingston, TX, U.S.A.

Beatrice Mary Treacy (aka Bessie) (b. November 26, 1886 Carrowering [Carrowcrin?] Roscommon Ireland d. July 20, 1964 in: Wallum Lake Burrilllville RI) m. Anthony Enos circa 1907

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/n/o/o/Linda-Noonan-mapleville/PDFBOOK1.pdf

[Note: only found this in state registration - Tracey, Beatrice Maud, Dublin South, 4th Quarter 1882 2 613]

 

Bridget Tracey

Patrick b. 18 November 1866 Roscommon Roscommon (LDS)

 

Catherine Treacy

Peter b. 29 October 1866 Roscommon Roscommon (LDS)

 

Anna Marie Craig (b. May 1879 Galesburg, Ill. d. 13 Nov 1923 Galesburg, Knox, Illinois) (d. of Edw. Tracey b. Roscommon, Ireland & Mary Davey b. Roscommon, Ireland)

Occupation: Housewife

Spouse:   William Craig

Burial Date: 15 Nov 1923

Burial Place: St. Joseph

 

Elizabeth Tracy

Looking to research my great grandparents - Michael Finnegan or Finigan or Finnigan and his wife Elizabeth, nee Tracy, they lived in Killtullagh in 1886 and had a son, Michael born 2 Junee 1886

eileen.lovesin@jdwilliams.co.uk Jun 26, 2002

 

James Tracy (b. 1815 County Roscommon d. 1877) & Fanny C. (UNKNOWN) (b: 1813 in County Roscommon)

Children:

Michael TRACY (b: 1837 in County Roscommon) m. Margaret FITZPATRICK (b: 1843 in Cedar County, Iowa) 24 Apr 1859 in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Iowa City, Iowa

 

1. Martin Tracey (b: Abt. 1826 in Roscommon, Ireland) m. Sarah Ward (b: Abt. 1829 in Longford, Ireland) 02 Jun 1850 in Hulme.

2. Richard Tracey (b. abt 1868 Manchester) m. Elizabeth Ann Williams (b. abt. 1870 Salford) m. 31 May 1890 in Hulme

http://gw4.geneanet.org/index.php3?b=ortin2002&lang=en;pz=lee+william;nz=lightfoot;ocz=0;p=martin;n=tracey;oc=1

 

Michael Tracey (b. Roscommon or Sligo) & Anna Mcdonald

John Tracy (b. circa 1884 Illinois d. 12 Oct 1918 Chicago, Cook, Illinois ) (s. of Michael Tracey b. Ireland & Anna Mcdonald b. Ireland) 

Occupation: Operator 

Occupation: Carpenter 

Street Address: 7316 Peona St 

Burial Date: 15 Oct 1918  Mt. Olivet 

Informant: Lilian Tracey, 7316 Peona St

Michael Tracey b. 25 Feb 1889 Chicago Illinois (s. of Michael Tracey & Anne Mc Donnell) d. 15 Dec 1960 5626 S Sangamon Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States

Occupation: Clerk

Cemetery: Mt Olivet

Spouse's Name: Catherine Tracey

Edward Tracey (b. 06 Feb 1891 Chicago, Cook, Ill. d. 17 Nov 1932 Evergreen Pk., Cook, Illinois) (s. of Michael Tracey b. County Sligo, Ireland & Ann Mc Donald b. Couty Mayo, Ireland

Occupation: Motor Man, C.S.L.

Residence: Chicago illinois

Informant's Name: Michael Tracy

Burial Date: 21 Nov 1932 Mt Olivet, Chicago, Cook, Illinois

??? Tracy b. 16 Mar 1898 Chicago, Cook, Illinois  (female, d. of Michael Tracy & Anne Macdonald)

Joseph Tracey (b. 24 Apr 1900 Chicago, Illinois d. 05 Sep 1930 Midlothian Village, Cook, Illinois) (s. of Michael Tracey b. Roscommon, Ireland & Ann Mc Donald b. Roscommon, Ireland)

Occupation: Clergyman

Informant's Name: Edward Tracey  

Burial Date: 09 Sep 1930 Mt. Olivet, Chicago, Cook, Ill.

1900 Census ED 870 Precinct 9 Lake town Chicago city Ward 29, Cook, Illinois, United States

Household Gender Age Birthplace

Head  Michael Tracey  M 49 Ireland, labourer, Naturalised Married: 17  years; Immigration Year: 1880  

Wife  Anne Tracey  F 39 Ireland, Married: 17  years; Immigration Year: 1880  

Son  John Tracey  M 17 Illinois, Messenger Tolgate??? 

Son  Michael Tracey  M 12 Illinois 

Son  Edward Tracey  M 9 Illinois 

Daughter  Annie Tracey  F 6 Illinois 

Daughter  Elizabeth Tracey  F 3 Illinois 

Son  Joseph Tracey  M 0 Illinois 

1910 Census Chicago Ward 30, Cook, Illinois

Household Gender Age Birthplace

Self  Michael F Tracy  M 58y Ireland, Immigration Year: 1882   

Wife  Anna M Tracy  F 48y Ireland, Immigration Year: 1882   

Son  Michael J Tracy  M 21y Illinois 

Son  Edward F Tracy  M 18y Illinois 

Dau  Marie R Tracy  F 15y Illinois 

Dau  Elizabeth D Tracy  F 12y Illinois 

Son  Joseph Tracy  M 9y Illinois 

1920 Census Chicago Ward 30, Cook, Illinois

Household Gender Age Birthplace

Self  Michael Tracy  M 68y Ireland 

Wife  Ann Tracy  F 58y Ireland 

Son  Michael Tracy  M 30y Illinois 

Son  Edward Tracy  M 28y Illinois 

Dau  Marie Tracy  F 25y Illinois 

Dau  Lillian Tracy  F 22y Illinois 

Son  Joseph Tracy  M 19y Illinois 

 

Michael Tracey (b. circa 1851 Ireland d. 26 Dec 1923 Norwood Park., Cook Co., Illinois) 

Father b. Ireland 

Mother b. Ireland 

Occupation: Street Department 

Residence: Chicago 

Spouse: Ann 

Informant's Name: Michael T Tracy

Burial: 29 Dec 1923 Mount Olive

 

Ann Tracey b. 29 Aug 1860 Roscmman Ireland (d. of John Mcdonald & Catherine Mccommick of Roscomman Ireland) d. 03 Apr 1928 Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Spouse's Name: Michael Tracey

Burial Date   06 Apr 1928 Mt Oliver Worth Cook Ill.

 

Michael F Tracey (Mar 1850 County Sligo Ireland - Dec 26 1923 Chicago Cook County Illinois USA)

Anna M McDonald (Aug 29 1860 County Mayo Ireland - Apr 3 1928 Chicago Cook County Illinois USA)

Children:

  John James Tracey (1883 - 1918)

  Edward William Tracey (1892 - 1932)

  Marie Anne Tracey (1894 - 1978)

  Joseph Richard Tracey (1900 - 1930)

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=74913204

 

[see 1871 Census]

Nicholas Treacy, 35, bachelor, shoemaker, lives 18 New Town Garel (s. of John Treacy, deceased, land surveyor) m. Mary Hasley, 24, spinster, lives 14 William street, (d. of John Hasley, coal merchant) on the 25 Apr 1864 St James, Shoreditch, Middlesex. Wit: William Cleland? & Ann Lewis. Married in the Cistral Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church...

 

Mary Patracia Gill  (d. of Mary Tracy  b. Roscommon Co., Ireland  &  John Gill  b. Roscommon Co., Ireland) 

d. 31 Aug 1913 Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio 

Residence Place: New Port, Ky. 

Age: 37 

Marital Status: Single , Sister of Devive Providence

Occupation: Housework 

Birth Date: Mar 1876 Roscommon Co., Ireland 

Burial Date: 01 Sep 1913 Mt. St. Martins Twp. 

 

Mary Tracy & Edward Kenney

In October, 1858, he [Michael Bellew of Meath] married Miss Eliza Kenney, the daughter of Edward and Mary (Tracy) Kenney, who were natives of Roscommon County, Ireland.

Pen pictures from the garden of the world, or Santa Clara county, California

.

Michael Tracy & Sarah Moran

Margaret b. ??? Roscommon m. Edward McKew 24 July 1870 Manhattan NY (LDS)

 

Michael Tracy & Jane Mulvy

Bridget b. 7 July 1866 Leitrim District Roscommon (LDS)

 

1917-1918 Draft Registration

Michael Tracey b. 27 Dec 1886 Roscommon Ireland England, single, 222 South ST New York City no 92 New York, United States, labor longshoreman for Michael Lane? South St

 

Patrick Tracey b. 1821 Roscommon Roscommon (LDS)

 

Patrick Tracy b. 1830 (LDS)

 

Patrick Tracey (s. of James Tracey, 30 years) m. Winny Sharkett  (d. of Laurence Sharkett, 18 years) 04 Nov 1849  [Castlereagh Registration District]

 

Thomas Tracy & Ann Carty
William b. 11 May 1873 (LDS)
 

William John Tracey & Bridget Brady

b. 1802, d. 27 August 1895

William John Tracey was born in 1802 at Roscrea, Tipperary, Ireland. He married Bridget Brady circa 1828 at Roscommon, Ireland. William John Tracey was Census 1841 Living with Laurence and Maria Leavy and their family. Laurence is a coal whipper from Ireland. There were also three other men living there working as a coal stripper.
William Tracey is record as aged 40, coal stripper born in Ireland. Bridget is not listed. In 1841 at Shadwell, London, Middlesex. He was Census 1861 Boarding with Michael and Mary Hunt. Mary was aged 33 and born in Ireland. William is recorded as lodger, 58, Coal Whipper, born Ireland.
Bridget, wife, 62. Born Ireland in 1861 at 7 Morton Buildings, Shadwell, Tower Hamlet, Stepney, London. He emigrated in 1865; Left from London. As of 1878, William John Tracey lived at Block 513, Plymouth & Harrison Street, Wanganui.
1 As of 1882, William John Tracey lived at Harrison Street, Wanganui.2 He died on 27 August 1895 at Wanganui.

Children of William John Tracey and Bridget Brady

Cecilia Tracey+ b. c 1828

Margaret Elizabeth Tracey+ b. bt 1831 - 1832, d. 19 Mar 1889

Citations

[S1128] , NZ Electoral Roll, 1878.

[S1128] , NZ Electoral Roll, 1882.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~janej/Jane/Jane-o/p119.htm

 

William Treacy

Birth: 01 Jan 1852 - Roscommon, Ireland

Death: 22 Aug 1906 - Coonamble, New South Wales, Australia

Tree Name: Turner Family Tree paulturner70 Contact 27 Feb 2008

William Tracey/Treacy & Kate

William Tracey/Treacy (b. Roscommon, Ireland d. 28 August 1906 - Coonamble, NSW, Australia) m. Married 31 December 1876, Gulgong, NSW, Australia, to Ann Nancy Barrett ca 1857-1932 with

MWilliam Barrett Tracey\Treacy 1874-

MJoseph Patrick Tracey\Treacy 1878-1921

MJohn Joseph Tracey\Treacy 1879-

FCatherine Tracey\Treacy 1881

MMichael Tracey\Treacy ca 1883-1885

FElizabeth Mary Tracey\Treacy ca 1885

FAnnie Tracey\Treacy 1887

FMary Ellen Tracey\Treacy 1889-1912

MMartin Joseph Tracey\Treacy

 

William Tracey

I'm looking for information about my grandfather William Tracey (Tracy, Treacy). He was born in Rathdrum, Co Wicklow on 1 January 1903, but his family lived in Roscommon. His father was William and mother Catherine Hughes, siblings: Catherine, Patrick, Andrew, James, Michael, Elizabeth, Margaret. The whole family moved to Scotland (Greenock) circa 1930. I've been searching with no luck for a few years now. Any information would be great relief. Thanks for any clues!
Lynn Ceney Oct 18, 2008

William Tracey and Catherine Hughes - County Roscommon, Ros Comain, ROS (Province of Connaught, Connacht)
I am looking for information about my g. grandfather William and his wife Catherine (nee Hughes), whom I believe came from Roscommon and settled in Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland. They had 8 children: Catherine (Kathleen), William, Patrick, James, Andrew, Margaret, Elizabeth and Michael. All their children I believe were born in Ireland. My grandfather William Jnr married Jean Bryan in Port Glasgow in early 1930's. Does anyone have any clues? I've been trying to trace this line for a long time now without any break throughs. Many thanks - Lynn

William Tracey (aka Treacy) born County Wicklow c.1870. Married Catherine (Kathleen) Hughes on 4 Oct 1896 at Rathgar Chapel, Rathmines, Dublin. Was a Private in the Leinsters between 1889 and 1909 (20 years). Migrated to Greenock (West coast of Scotland) after demobbed from army, with family (Kathleen Jnr, William Jnr, Margaret, James, Patrick, Andrew, Michael and Elizabeth). Any information would be gratefully appreciated! Many thanks - Lynn

James Tracey & Mary ???

William Tracey (b. 1870 d. 1943) m. Catherine (Kathleen) Hughes (b. 1878 d. 1930)

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/e/n/Lynn-Ceney/index.html

Lynn Ceney February 24, 2008 lynn.ceney@talktalk.net

 

 

 Athleague (& Fuerty)

 

Name Researchers

 

Surname

County

Townland

Civil Parish

Researcher

TREACY

Roscommon

Ballinturley

Fuerty & Athleague

A. Treacy

 

The Treacy and Moran families came to Castlestrange with the Mitchell's in the 1750's. As tradesmen (mill wrights) and book keepers they were involved with Athleague and Castlecoote Mills up to the 1900's.

http://www.leitrim-roscommon.com/bbs/viewtopic.php?p=15069

Treacy from Fuerty to Aus. and Marlboro, Ma

In searching for other posts relating to my family, I came across a post from Mark Clarke dated April 6, l997 inquiring about Mary Matthews, nee Treacy from Fuerty who emigrated to Australia. He was looking for a relative in Marlboro, Ma. who lived on Highland St, Marlborough, Ma. His e-mail no longer works. Mark, if you are still reading this board, I grew up on the street next to Highland and I think I know who she was. Can you let me know a little more information? Did she have a sister or other relative named Margaret Goff? Somehow that name comes up in my mind when I think of Dorothy Treacy. Also, you might get more information from the Catholic Parish there - Immaculate Conception Church - the rectory is at Washington Court, Marlborough, Ma 01752. The parish has its own cemetery and if you write to the parish, they will give what information they have on any Treacy's in the cemetery.

Good Luck. Ellen MMitch2782@aol.com Jul 29, 2000

 

Andrew Treacy b. 1821 d. 1902 Roscommon (LDS)

Frances (b. 1851 Emlamore [Emlagh More] d. 1905 Fuerty) m. Peter Cuddy 7 November 1879 Fuerty OR Cloonycolgan Church Cloverhill RC Parish (LDS)

Children:

1. Has ChildrenMICHAEL JOSEPH CUDDY b: 15 AUG 1880 in LISSANEAVILLE, FUERTY, ROSCOMMON,IRELAND

2. JAMES CUDDY b: 22 APR 1882

3. PAT CUDDY b: 1 MAR 1888

4. BRIDGET CUDDY b: 24 JAN 1889

Andrew Treacy (b. 1821) & Bridget ???

Frances Treacy (b. 1851 in Emlamore, Co. Roscommon d. 1905 Fuerty Co. Roscommon) m. PETER CUDDY (b: 1847 in New Village, Fuerty, Co. Roscommon) 7th November 1879 Parish of Cloverhill, Emlamore, Co. Roscommon Wit: William Treacy & Bridget Mulhern.

Children:

1. MICHAEL JOSEPH CUDDY b: 15/AUG/1880 in Lissaneaville, Fuerty, Co. Roscommon

2. JAMES CUDDY b: 22/APR/1882 in Co. Roscommon

3. William Cuddy  b: 9/APR/1885 in New Village, Fuerty, Co. Roscommon

4. PAT CUDDY b: 1/MAR/1888 in Co. Roscommon

5. BRIDGET CUDDY b: 24/JAN/1889 in Co. Roscommon          

I am looking for any information on my uncle, William Cuddy, who was listed in the 1911 census of Fuerty, Co. Roscommon. He had three children, Frances, Michael & Kathleen. He was the son of Peter and Frances (Treacy) Cuddy. He had two brothers, Michael and James, who came to the USA in or about 1903.
Andrew Treacy (b. 1821 in Ireland) m. Bridget ???

Children:

Frances TREACY (b: 1851 in Emlamore, County Roscommon, Ireland) m. Peter CUDDY (b: 1847 in New Village, Fuerty, Co. Roscommon) 7 NOV 1879 in Parish of Cloverhill, Emlamore, Co. Roscommon, Ireland Note: The best man was William Treacy and the maid of honor was Bridget Mulhern.

Children:

Michael CUDDY b: 11 AUG 1880 in Fuerty, Co. Roscommon, Ireland

James CUDDY b: 22 APR 1882

William CUDDY b: 9 APR 1885 in Fuerty, Co. Roscommon, Ireland

Pat CUDDY b: 1 MAR 1888

Bridget CUDDY b: 24 JAN 1889

Andrew Treacy (b. 1821 in Ireland d. 1902 in Roscommon)

Frances Treacy (b. 1851 d. 1905 in Roscommon) m. PETER CUDDY (b: 1847 in Roscommon) 7 Nov 1879 in Cloonycolgan Church, Cloverhill RC Parish

Children

Has ChildrenMICHAEL JOSEPH CUDDY b: 15 AUG 1880 in Lissaneaville, Fuerty, Roscommon

JAMES CUDDY b: 22 APR 1882

PAT CUDDY b: 1 MAR 1888

BRIDGET CUDDY b: 24 JAN 1889

Catherine Hipszer Feb 27 2000

Frances Treacy (b. 1851 Emlamore Roscommon bur. Fuerty Churchyard) m. PETER CUDDY (b: 1847 in New Village, Fuerty, Roscommon) 7 Nov 1879 Parish of Cloverhill, Emlamore, Co. Roscommon

Children

Has ChildrenMICHAEL JOSEPH CUDDY b: 15/AUG/1880 in LISSANEAVILLE, FUERTY, ROSCOMMON, IRELAND

JAMES CUDDY b: 22/APR/1882 in CO. ROSCOMMON, IRELAND

WILLIAM CUDDY b: 9/APR/1885 in NEW VILLAGE, FUERTY, CO. ROSCOMMON, IRELAND

PAT CUDDY b: 1/MAR/1888 in CO. ROSCOMMON, IRELAND

BRIDGET CUDDY b: 24/JAN/1889 in CO. ROSCOMMON, IRELAND

Kathleen Mcguiness 2008-09-20

 

Treaceys of Fuerty, Roscommon Tony Martin yuille (Also LDS)

1. Patrick Tracey born possibly in 1750 Frenchpark, Roscommon. 

1.1 Patrick Treacey, Farmer, (1770-23/2/1859) Fuerty, Roscommon married to Brigit Keane (1787- 9/7/1857)

 

9 June 1859 Geelong Advertiser (Vic.)

Died.

On the 23rd February last, at the residence of his son-in-law, James Gannon, Esq., Clover Hill, County of Roscommon, Ireland, Patrick Treacey,  Esq., aged 89 years, the father of Martin Treacey, of Geelong.

 

1.1.1 Mary Tracey (1804-21/11/1887) Fuerty, Roscommon emigrated to Lara, Victoria, Australia. Married in 1831, St Thomas, CoI, Dublin to William Mathews.

1.1.1.1 Frances 1833-1909

1.1.2 Patrick Bernard (1815-25/1/1899) Fuerty, Roscommon, married to Honoria Gallagher 1829-1892

 

Patrick Tracy/Treacy & Honor Goloher/Gollaher

Bride Tracy b. 8 Aug 1865 Athleague District, Galway, Ireland (LDS)

Catherine Treacy b. 2 Dec 1868 Athleague (LDS)

Ellen Treacy b. 2 Dec 1868 Athleague (LDS)

 

1.1.2.1 Martin TREACY (1850-1919) in Ballinturlym. Mary (Muddie) Brennan (b. 1875)

1.1.2.1.1 Patrick Treacy (b. 1897)

1.1.2.1.2 Norah Treacy (b. 1900)

1.1.2.1.3 Mary (Moll) Treacy m. ??? Nally. Children Padraig Nally

1.1.2.2 John TREACY (1853-1914) His burial was in Marlboro.  [Bishop John Patrick Treacy (1890-1944) of La Crosse, below]

1.1.2.3 Patrick TREACY (1857-1932)

1.1.2.4 Andrew TREACY (1861-1935) [see below]

1.1.2.5 Mary TREACY (1863-1898)

1.1.2.6 Brigid TREACY (1865-1928)

1.1.2.7 Kate TREACY (1869-1931) [1868 twin]

1.1.2.8 Ellen (Nell) TREACY (1869-1955) [1868 twin]

 

Ellen Treacy m. Joseph Moran

http://www.tonylarkin.me/MacFamilyTree/languages/en/persons/Person_I23070828.html

 

1.1.3 Andrew (1816-1896) Died Richmond, Victoria, Australia

1.1.4 Nicholas Treacy (1817-27/6/1852) Fuerty, Roscommon

1.1.5 Martin Augustus [see below] (b. 1817-8 d.16/1/1896) died Best St Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia. Married on 12 July 1841, St Francis, RC Church, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, to Catherine Dowling (1818-1891) (LDS)

1.1.5.1 Richard (c1842-1910)

1.1.5.2 Patrick (1843-1921)

1.1.5.3 Mary (1845-1936) [Mary Brigid Treacey (Mother Angela)]

1.1.5.4 John (1846-1886)

1.1.5.5 Kathleen (1848-1908)

1.1.5.6 Martin (1851-1935)

1.1.5.7 Andrew (1851-1854)

1.1.5.8 Thomas (1853-1854)

 

Martin TREACEY (b: 1817 in Co Roscommon d. 16 JAN 1896 in Best St,Wagga Wagga,NSW.,Australia) m. Catherine Dowling (b: 1 NOV 1818 in Castleconnell, Co. Limerick) 12 JUL 1841 in St Francis,RC Church,Melbourne

Children:

Richard Nicholas Dowling TREACEY b: ABT 1842 in Melbourne,Victoria,Australia

Patrick Denis TREACEY b: 3 JUL 1843 in Melbourne,Victoria,Australia

Mary Brigid TREACEY b: 1 MAY 1845

John Thomas TREACEY b: 1846 in Geelong

Kathleen TREACEY b: 1848 in Corio,Victoria,Australia

Martin Augustine TREACEY b: 1851 in Geelong,Victoria,Australia

Andrew James TREACEY b: JUN 1851 in Ashby,Geelong,Victoria,Australia

Thomas Nicholas TREACEY b: 1853 in Geelong

 

1.1.6 Catherine married to James Gannon

1.1.7 Dennis

1.1.8 John

1.2 John Treacey

1.3 Andrew Treacey

1.4 Bernard Treacey

http://gw.geneanet.org/index.php3?b=yuille&lang=en;m=N;v=tracey

http://gw5.geneanet.org/index.php3?b=yuille&lang=en;pz=thomas;nz=zuill;ocz=0;p=patrick;n=tracey

 

 

Martin Augustus Treacey (1818-1896) [see also Traceys of Australia]

 

Westminster arrived Port Philip 13 Dec 1839

Martin Tracy 23, Single man 40, Carpenter Dublin [see Roscommon]

Historical Records of Vic, Vol 4, immigrants

Martin Tracy 23, Carpenter, employed by Mr Labilliere, came Dec 1839 on the Westminster

Martin Treacy wed Catherine Dowling in 1841 at Roman Catholic Melbourne & Geelong

Martyn Tracy, and Catherine Dowling baptised male Richard at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne born at Melbourne 1842 #36409
christened Patrick 1843, Mary 1845, John 1846

http://vic1847.comlu.com/t/t10.html

 

Murrumbidgee Brewery was founded by Martin Treacy and Sons in 1881. They turn out all kinds of draught and bottle ale and porter, employing an average of eight hands. The brewery is situated on the Esplande, Newtown. The firm import English malt and brew from Tasmanian hops and Mauritius sugar. The cellars are capable of holding sixty hogsheads and the capacity of the brewery is equal to about the same quantity of liquor per week. The liquors brewed have gained many medals and awards among which...

Mr. Martin Treacy is a native of Roscommon County, Ireland, and came to Australia in 1847 [1839], since when he has visited ...

He is assisted in the business by his son, Mr. Martin A. Treacy, who is a native of Victoria. His other son died in 1886.

W. Frederic Morrison, The Aldine centennial history of New South Wales, 1888

 

20 May 1881 Geelong Advertiser (Vic.)

Testimonial To Mr Martin Treacey.

Between 30 and 40 of the friends of Mr Martin Treacey, the well-known brewer, of Latrobe Terrace, assembled in the Mayor's room at the Town Hall last evening, to wish him farewell, prior to his leaving Geelong for Wagga Wagga, N.S.W. The object of the gathering was also to present Mr Treacey with a very elegant silver tea and coffee service, containing, in addition to the usual tea and coffee pots and sugar basin, a milk- jug, kettle, and a cruet stand, the whole being placed upon a massive silver salver. The chair was occupied by Mr George Cunningham, mayor of the town, who was supported on his right hand side by the guest of the evening, and on his left hand side by Mr Denis O'Brien, Mayor of the borough of Geelong West. After the loyal toasts of "The Queen," "The Prince of Wales" and "The Royal Family" had been duly honored, The Mayor said that he had been deputed to be the instrument of conveying the token of friendship entertained by Mr Treacey's friends. The token was in two forms, the first of which was a hand somely framed and illuminated address. The reading of the address was as follows :—"To Martin Treacey, Esq., Dear Sir—On the present occa- sion I have been requested by your friends to present you with this salver and tea and coffee ser- vice, which they hope will in your new home help to keep in your remembrance the many well wishers for your success whom you leave in. this town and district. All of us are sorry to part with you, but trust we shall learn of the well- being and prosperity of yourself and family, which will always afford us much satisfaction. Yours faithfully, (signed) George Cunningham, Mayor, Geelong, 19th May, 1881." It was only a small thing, but it had an object. It would hang in Mr Treacey's room, and show that in leaving Geelong Mr Treacey was esteemed. Every word was felt. He had pleasure, too, in handing the silver set, together with the address, to the recipient of their token of goodwill. It would always remind Mr Treacey of his friends. It was in a shape that would continually remind him of Geelong, and the people in the district. Mr Treacey had been for many years in the town, and had in fact grown up with the place. Mr Treacey had served the pub- lic in various ways, and had always proved a good citizen. Mr Treacey had brought up a family, which was a credit to him, and he had always been a friend to both poor and rich. He was not flattering Mr Treacey ; it was time they all endorsed it. They all wished him health, happiness, and prosperity. The salver bore the following inscription :— " Presented to Mr Martin Treacey, J.P., on the occasion of his leaving Geelong, after a residence of 40 years, during which period he honorably filled the offices of Town Councillor, Alderman, and Justice of the Peace, and also gained the respect of his fellow citizens. Signed (on behalf of the subscribers), GEORGE CUN- NINGHAM, Mayor of Geelong, Geelong, 19th May, 1881." In making the pre- sentations, he felt constrained to say that they were all losing an estimable friend, a warm and generous-hearted townsman.

He propesed : " Health and prosperity to Mr Treacey and family." The toast was drunk with musical honors.

Mr Treacey, in responding, said that he was a plain, blunt man, who loved his friends. He could scarcely find words sufficient to thank them for their kind- ness, both for the wording of the address and the inscription on the salver, and also for the tangible proof of friendship given him. Their unexpected generosity, dis- played in the magnificent gifts, was a token of their kindly feeling. He was sorry to leave Geelong—the birthplace of his children—where he had spent so many years. Nothing but the expectation of advancing the interest of his sons could have made him tear himself away from the town where he had lived so long, surrounded by friends good and true as ever man possessed. He accepted with pride the complimentary remarks and elegant gift. He would not forget Geelong and his friends, and he would inculcate in his children the duty of cherishing the memory of their native town, and of the friends who had honored their father. The recollection of the kindness of his friends would be an incentive to them to try and deserve the esteem of their fellow-citizens in their new home. He thanked his friends from his heart, and in conclusion he proposed the toast of " The Geelong Town and Geelong West Bo- rough." He had been a resident of the town since 1839. He had seen most of the prettiest places in Ireland and Eng- land, and he liked none better than his adopted town.

The Mayor of Geelong, in responding, spoke hopefully of the progress of the town, and pointed out that there were signs of the town improving. They hoped that the future would be brighter.

The Mayor of Geelong West (Mr D. O'Brien) said that he was proud to have the opportunity of endorsing all that had been said with regard to the citizenship of Mr Martin Treacey. Their guest had been respected by everyone. It was something to be able to say of a man who had lived a lifetime in one place. With regard to the prosperity of the town and borough, he believed it would be better and speedier if the place were better represented in Parliament.

Mr J. O. Carr was pleased to see the efforts of Mr Treacey had been appreci- ated. It was only right that a man should have some recognition for the way in which he had worked in the interests of the town. The friends of Mr Treacey were satisfied with the present made, and those who could not attend were sorry.

A pleasant evening was spent in toasts, songs, and recitations, among those who spoke being Messrs Connor, M'Mullen, W. Weire, G. Brown, Hoare, J. Kerley, and J. Noble, all of whom bore high testimony to the worth of the departing guest.

 

18 January 1896 Wagga Wagga Express (NSW)

Death Of Mr. Martin Treacey.

Many were the regrets expressed in Wagga on Thursday evening, when it became known that Mr. Martin Treacey, the senior member of the brewing firm, whose works are situate in Newtown, Wagga, had passed away. Mr. Treacey, senr., had been failing in health for a long period, but owing to careful nursing his life was prolonged several years. About a week since he contracted influenza, and the depressing effects of the ailment told heavily upon his weakened state of health. When it is explained that Mr. Treacey passed his 79th birthday on New Year's Day little wonder will be expressed at the fact that his decease followed so shortly. Mr. Treacey was born in county Ros- common, Ireland, and in 1830 came to the colonies and carried on the business of a builder and contractor for seven years. He was the builder of the first house in Collins street, East Melbourne, for Mr. Andrews, afterwards erecting many public places which are now regarded as landmarks in the Vic- torian city. He was possessed of means, and elected to try the brewing business, and started the West End brewery at Geelong, in which place he resided for a period of

about thirty years. He filled the mayoral chair there for a period of seven years, and during his residence in Geelong took a trip to the land of his birth. In 1881 Mr. Treacey removed to Wagga and commenced the brewery business in the premises now owned by the firm, where he met with considerable success. While on a visit to Ireland he met eleven young Australians, including Mr. John O'Mara, of Wagga, who had been placed in college there. He, being of a kindly and generous disposition, gave the youngsters an excellent entertainment, at the conclusion of which he presented each with a £5 note. The recipients, it is needless to say, thoroughly appreciated this attention, and speak in glowing terms of their benefactor. It being Mr. Treacey's desire to be interred at Geelong, every preparation was made to carry out his wish. The body was removed to St. Michael's Church, where a Requiem Mass was celebrated at 9 o'clock yesterday morning, the Rev. Father Slattery officiating and preaching the funeral sermon, in which he paid a high tribute to the qualities of the departed. Father Dowling assisted at the ceremony. The musical portion was performed by Mrs. O'Connor, whose vocalism was never heard to belter advantage. This lady accompanied herself on the organ, and in the O Salutaris (Novello's edition of the Requiem Mass) her rich voice was heard to great advantage. Mr. Cruickshank was entrusted with the funeral arrangements and prepared the coffin, the body being enclosed in a leaden case, the exterior being of handsomely polished cedar. The remains were removed to the station last evening and conveyed to Albury by the paper train, whence they were transferred to Mel- bourne by the express for iuterment at   Geelong, in which place Mrs. Treacey was   buried not long since.   Mr. Treacey spent 42 years of his life in Victoria and 14 in New South Wales. He   was married at the age of 24 years to Miss Catherine Dowling, and has left a grown-up family of three sons and two daughters. Mr. Nicholas Treacey holds an appointment in the Government Statician's office in Melbourne, the other sons being Mr. Patrick and Mr. Martin Treacey. One of Mr. Treacey's daughters, Miss Mary Bridget, is the Rev. Mother of the Presentation Convent at Hay,   and Miss Catherine lived with her father and dutifully attended to his every requirement up to the time of his death. Mr. Treacey's absence will cause many regrets in the district, where he was so well known and highly esteemed for such a lengthy period. 

 

25 Jan 1896 The Sydney Mail

Wagga Wagga Jan 17. Mr. Martin Treacy, the well-known brewer, and formerly of Geelong, dided to-day, aged 79 years. The remains are to be sent to Geelong to-morrow for internment.

 

Treacey Letters [Richard Nicholas Dowling Treacey]

Ancestor Volume 30 Issue 3 / September, October, November 2010

6 October 1882 The Argus 

Treacy-Walton - On the 27th ult, at St Francis's, by Rev M. M'Kenna, Richard N. D., eldest son of  Martin Treacy, Esq., brewer, Wagga Wagga, late of Geelong, to Minnie, eldest daughter of the late George Walton, chemist, Geelong.

 

Martinus Agustin Tracey  & Maria Charlotte/E.J./V.I. Wilson 

Martinus Cletus Marcillus Josephus Tracey  b. 26 Apr 1882  St. Michael's, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia  (LDS)

Augustine Leonard Joseph Mary John Tracey b. 01 Mar 1885  St. Michael's, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia  (LDS)

Sabestian George Emmet David Treacy b. 18 Sep 1886 St. Michael's, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia  (LDS)

Mary Catherine Sophia Treacy b. 30 Oct 1888 St. Michael's, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia  (LDS)

Francis Xavier Anderson Treacey  b. 13 Dec 1890 St. Michael's, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia  (LDS)

 

 

Treacey_Martin

Martin Augustus Treacey 1872

 

25 January 1896 Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW)

A Veteran Colonist Dead.

The Late Martin Treacey, Of Wagga. He Came To Australia In 1839.

It is with sincere regret that we have to announce the death of Mr. Martin Treacey, senr., the well known brewer of Wagga. Mr. Treacey was born in County Roscommon, Ireland, in 1817, and served his apprenticeship to the building trade in Dublin. He came to Austra- lia in 1839 in the ship Westminster, landing in Mel- bourne, where he at once commenced business as a builder and contractor. At that time trade in the building line in Melbourne was brisk, the city having only been laid out a few years previously by Sir Richard Bourke. Included in the numerous buildings erected in Melbourne by Mr. Treacey was the Crown Hotel, which, although it has since been considerably enlarged, still stands at the corner of Queen and Lonsdale streets. He also erected Murphy's brewery, which was for many years amongst the loading brewing estab- lishments in Melbourne. In 1841, having completed the erection of the Crown Hotel, Mr. Treacey married Miss Catherine Dowling, daughter of Major Dowling, of Castle Connell, County Limerick, who had come out to Melbourne with her brother, Richard Dowling, a well-known contractor, in 1838. After following up his trade for a number of years he leased, and for some time conducted, the business of the Daniel O'Connell Hotel, which stood on the present site of the Mel- bourne Post Office. In 1846 he took tip his residence in Geelong, where he built for himself the Daniel O'Connell Hotel, afterwards named the Royal Mail Hotel. He carried on a successful business in this hotel for a few years, and then retired from active life, and went to reside on a farm he had purchased at Cowie's Creek, about five or six miles from Geelong. At about this time he purchased several allotments of land in Geelong, on which he erected substantial buildings, amongst which were three large villas on the Western Beach and several hotels. In 1857, having amassed a fortune, he took his family for a long trip to Europe, where he remained for four years. During his stay there, his sons, of whom there were   four, finished their education in the Navan College, County Meath, and his two daughters went to a convent-school in Dublin, and afterwards to a convent in Lille, France. He returned with his family to Geelong at the latter end of 1861, and at once took over his hotel (the Royal Mail), and in 1865 he started business as a brewer, opening a new brewery, which he called the West End Brewery. He carried on the business of this brewery till 1881, when he sold out to Messrs. Hodges Brothers, and came to Wagga with his sons, John and Martin, and, in partnership with them, started the Murrumbidgee Brewery, in the Esplanade, which he carried on till his death. His son John died in Wagga in 1887, and Martin Treacey, junr., who is a brewer, then carried on the business with his father. Mrs. Treacey died in Wagga in 1891, and since that time Mr. Treacey's health began to fail. During his residence in Geelong, Mr. Treacey took a lively interest in the affairs of the town, and prior to his trip to Europe occupied the position of councillor for the town, and was subsequently an alderman. Whilst he was resident in Ireland, which was during the regime of the O'Shanaesy Government of Victoria, he was appointed a Justice of the Peace for the town and district of Geelong. After his return to the colony he was for many years a member of the committee of the Geelong Race Club, a member of the Geelong Hospital com- mittee, and treasurer of the H.A.C.B. Society. He was also one of the founders of the Friendly Bro- thers' Society in Geelong, and it is stated that this society at one time gave aid to Sir Roger Tichborne. Mr. Treacey was also one of the promoters of the Victoria Woollen Factory, which was the first es- tablishment of the kind erected in Geelong. He leaves a family of three sons and two daughters, the eldest of whom is Richard Treacey, Assistant Government Statist of Victoria ; the second son, Patrick, is a retired civil servant, and resides at Elsternwick ; and the third son, Martin, resides at Wagga. The eldest daughter, Mary, entered the Sacred Heart Order of Presentation Nuns, and opened the branch convent of that Order at Hay. Her name in religion is Rev. Mother Angela. The other daughter, Kathleen, has always lived with her father. There were also three other children, John, who died in Wagga in 1887, and two who died in their infancy in Geelong. The remains were taken to St. Michael's Church, Wagga, last Friday morning, where a Requiem Mass was celebrated. In the evening, the coffin was taken by train to Albury, whence it was forwarded by express train via Melbourne to Geelong. The funeral took place in Geelong on Saturday after- noon. The remains were interred in the family burying ground in that town, where lie the remains of the late Mrs. Treacey and the late Mr. John Treacey.

 

 

 

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Bishop John Patrick Treacy

 

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Bishop John Patrick Treacy (1890-1944) of La Crosse

 

Most Reverend John P. Treacy, S.T.D., LL.D.: Bishop Treacy was born at Marlboro, Massachusetts, July 23, 1890, the only child of John Tracy and Ann O'Kane, and grandson of Patrick Treacy & Hanora Gallagher of Fuerty, Roscommon.

 

Ordained to the Priesthood Cleveland, Ohio December 8, 1918.

Appointed Coadjutor Bishop of La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA and Titular Bishop of Metelis 22 Aug 1945 
Ordained Titular Bishop of Metelis 2 Oct 1945 
Became the 5th Bishop of La Crosse August 25, 1948.

He founded the Holy Cross Seminary in La Crosse and oversaw the construction of the new Cathedral. In a lighthearted way people speak of him as “Jack the Builder.” Yet, the La Crosse Tribune, at the time of his death, wrote, “He established 47 new churches (including the Cathedral), 47 new rectories, 43 new convents, 42 new schools, and a seminary.”

 

He died Oct. 11, 1964 at La Crosse, La Crosse County, Wisconsin, USA

 

John Tracy 28 years, single, of Marlborough, Shoemaker, b. Ireland (s. of Patrick & Hanora Gallagher) m. Anne O'Kane 25 years of Marlborough, b. Ireland, (d. of Patrick & Mary Shields) 20 April 1881 Marlborough, Massachusetts

 

Andrew M. Treacy, 33 years, single, of Marlborough, Shoe Dealer, b. Ireland (s. of Patrick & Nora Gallagher) m. Jennie A. Mcdonald, 26 years, single, of Marlborough, at home, b. Marlborough  (d. of Michael & Jane Mulcahey)  29 May 1893 Marlborough, Massachusetts 

 

1880 Census - Marlborough, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States

other  John Tracy  M 25 Ireland, single, Works In Shoe Factory

other  Andrew Tracy  M 25 Ireland, single, Works In Shoe Factory

 

1900 Census - ED 860 Marlborough city Ward 6, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States 

Andrew M Treacy, head, b. Aug 1860 Ireland, father's birthplace: Ireland, mother's birthplace: Ireland, married 1893, immigration year: 1880, merchant boot shop, Naturisation: Na

Jennie A Treacy, wife, b. Jul 1867Massachusetts, father's birthplace: Ireland, mother's birthplace: Ireland

 

1910 Census - Marlboro Ward 1, Middlesex, Massachusetts

John Treacy, head, 53 years, b. Ireland, immigration year: 1875, father's birthplace: Ireland, mother's birthplace: Ireland 

Annie Treacy, wife, 49, years, b. Ireland, immigration year: 1876, father's birthplace: Ireland, mother's birthplace: Ireland 

John P Treacy, son, 19 years, b. Massachusetts, Single, father's birthplace: Ireland, mother's birthplace: Ireland 

 

John Treacy  d. 20 Oct 1914 23 Fairmount Marlborough Massachusetts, age: 61, marital status: Married, birth date: 24 Jun 1853 Ireland, shoe merchant, acute dilation of heart, son of Ptrick Treacy b. Ireland & Nora Gallagher b. Ireland, informant Andrew Treacy Marlborough

 

Andrew M Treacy Or Tracy  [see 1900 Census]

event: Naturalization 

event date: 1889 

event place: Massachusetts 

age: 

birth year: 1859 

birthplace: Ireland 

 

John Treacy—Coming to the United States from his native Ireland as a lad of eighteen years, Mr. Treacy settled in Marlborough, Middlesex Coun- ty, Massachusetts, and continued to live there to the time of his death in 1914. Throughout this entire period of over forty years he was connected with the shoe industry, and for the last twenty-seven years of his life he was a member of the firm of Treacy Brothers, retail shoe merchants, with a store in the Warren Block, No 153 Main Street, Marlborough, one of the oldest and most highly reputed retail establishments of the town. He was born in Ire- land in 1854, a son of Patrick and Nora (Gallagher) Treacy, both his parents being natives and lifelong residents of Ireland, where his father was engaged for many years in farming.  John Treacy was educated in the common schools of Ireland, and after coming to this country in 1872 entered the employ of the Abel Howe Shoe Com- pany of Marlborough, with which concern he re- mained until 1887, the last eight years as foreman. In the latter year he formed an association with his younger brother, Andrew M. Treacy (see following biography), the firm of Treacy Brothers, which since then has been engaged with much success in the retail shoe business. The business, which until 1891 was located in the Burke Block, grew rapidly and consistently, and much of its success was due to Mr. Treacy's thorough knowledge of the shoe industry in all its branches and to his untiring energy. It is still being carried on successfully by the surviv- ing partner of the firm and in the same location on Main Street, Marlborough, to which it was moved, in 1891, from its original location. Mr. Treacy was for a number of years a member of Company F of the old Fifth Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. He was also active in the affairs of the Knights of Col- umbus, while his religious affiliations were with the Roman Catholic church, and more particularly with the Church of the Immaculate Conception of Marl- borough of which he was a devout communicant.  Mr. Treacy married at Marlborough in 1881, Annie O'Kane and they were the parents of one son, named after his father, John. The latter, born in Marl- borough, graduated from the public and high schools of his native town and from Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts, after which he studied for the priesthood of the Roman Catholic church at Brighton Seminary, and he is now actively engaged in the ministry of his faith at Cleveland, Ohio, where his mother, Annie O'Kane Treacy, resides with him. Mr. Treacy died at Marlborough, October 22, 1914.

Andrew M. Treacy—A native of Ireland, but a resident of Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, for almost half a century, Mr. Treacy has been connected with the shoe industry in one way or another ever since he came to this country in 1880. Since 1887 he has been in the retail shoe business as a member of the firm of Treacy Brothers, their store being located since 1891 in the Warren Block, No. 153 Main Street, Marlborpugh, where it has become one of the best known and most suc- cessful of the retail establishments of the town. He was born in Ireland, August 17, 1860, a son of Patrick and Nora (Gallagher) Treacy, both his parents being natives and lifelong residents of Ireland, where his father was engaged in farming.  Andrew M. Treacy was educated in the common schools of his native country and came to the United States at the age of twenty years, settling in Marl- borough, May 14, 1880. There he entered the em- ploy of the Abel Howe Shoe Company, of which his older brother, John Treacy (see preceding biog- raphy), who had preceded him to this country by some eight years, was then foreman. Seven years later the two brothers established themselves in the retail boot and shoe business under the firm name of Treacy Brothers, their first store being located in the Burke Block, where they built up an ever-in- creasing trade between 1887 and 1891. In the lat- ter year they removed to the newly built Warren Block where they have continued since then with uninterrupted success, making a specialty of ladies' and men's fine footwear. When John Treacy died in October, 1914. his brother continued the business alone and he is still engaged in it with undiminished vigor and success under his own name. He is also interested in the People's National Bank of which he is one of the largest stockholders and he has been for many years a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. His religious affiliations are with the Roman Catholic church, and more particularly with the Church of the Immaculate Conception of Marl- borough.  Mr. Treacy married at Marlborough, June 7, 1893, Jane McDonald, a daughter of Michael and Jane (Mulcahy) McDonald and a sister of Judge James W. McDonald, justice of the Marlborough District Court and a prominent member of the legal profession. Mr. and Mrs. Treacy have no children and make their home at No. 9 Esterbrook Avenue, Marlborough.  

Middlesex County and its people : a history / by Edwin P. Conklin, assisted by a notable advisory board. 1927

 

 

 

Thomas Treacy (b. abt 1839 in Tipperary d. 16 Jan 1887 Templmore, Co. Tipperary) & Nora Connors (b. c. 1846)

Children

Has ChildrenMary Kate TREACY m. Bartley DOCKREY b: in French Park, Roscommon, Ireland

Has No ChildrenLizzie TREACEY b: Abt 1872 d. 2 Jun 1875 in Templmore, Co. Tipperary

Has No ChildrenJohanna TREACY

Has No ChildrenMargaret TREACY

Has No ChildrenNora TREACY

Has No ChildrenCharles TREACY

Has No ChildrenDaniel TREACY

Kelly Broderick 2007-07-12

 

1901 Census

 
Townland

 
Parish

 
Barony

 
County

 
Description

Head of household
Surname

Head of household
Given

Head of household
Occupation

Other occupants

Ballinturly

Fuerty

Athlone

Roscommon

Household

Treacy

Martin (50)

farmer

Mary (25) wife

Patrick (3)

Norah (1)

Patrick (45) brother

Kate (30) sister

 

 

 Athlone (& Drum) (St. Peters Roscommon) [See also Westmeath]

 

Many thanks to Jon Lee, who has contributed much of the addition details from his research.

 

Bridget Treacy m. Martin Cook and had a son Edward b. 4th Feb 1822

 

Brigide Tracy (nee Golrin) b.1809 died 17th Jan 1857 aged 48 £10 6s 6d

 

Bridget Tracy b. abt 1807 Ballyloughan Athlone m. Charles Kennedy 1 November 1828 Athlone (LDS)

 

Brigidam Thracy m. Gulielmum Lawless 24 FEB 1813 St Peter's Athlone, Westmeath. (LDS)

 

Brigid Tracey b. 1847 died 6th June 1865 aged 18 5s

 

Catherine Treacy m. John Fahey 30th Oct 1816 (Daniel Treacy & John Martin witnesses)

 

Catherine Tracy of Drum was a sponsor of Ben McManus in 1810

Catherine Treacy and John McManus had a daughter Eleanora born in 1815 and Rose born in 1820

Catherine Treacy mother of Edmund McManus Jan 1819

Catherine Tracey m. John McManus and had son Patrick b. 30th Jan 1825 (witnesses Martin Tracy & Bridget Tracey)

 

Catherine Treacy b. 1754 (m. Watch) died 3rd March 1819 of Ardkeenan in Cam Drum 1

 

Christopher Tracy m. Anne Murphy 1827

 

Corny Tracey & Catherine had a child in 1817

 

[Daniel] Tracey m. Maria Curley 12th Sept 1790 (Patrick & Maria Kelly?)

Danielis Tracy & Winifridae Curly

Mariam Tracy b. 13 Jan 1793 St. Peter's Athlone, Drum, Roscommon, Ireland (LDS)

 

Daniel Tracey m. Fanny Monga 12th May 1806 (Artillery drivers Thomas Sexton & Farrel Clannington witnesses.)

Edward Treacy ch. 1st June 1817 at Drum son of Daniel Treacy & Francis Mongan

Eleanor Treacy ch.  Aug 1820 St Mary’s

Danielis Treacy & Franciscae Mongan

Edvardum Treacy b. 01 Jun 1817 St. Peter's Athlone, Drum, Roscommon, Ireland (LDS)

 

Danielis Treacy & Frances Treacy

Timotheum Treacy b. 08 Feb 1807      St. Peter's Athlone, Drum, Roscommon, Ireland (LDS)

 

Daniel Tracy b. 1740 died 29th Feb 1830 aged 70 10s 6d

 

Edward Treacy m Jilian Daniels Aug 1820

 

Ellen Tracey de Gory b. 1771 died 26th April 1859 aged 88 £5 0s

 

Eleanora Treacy of St Peter’s and Michael Moran were sponsors in 1810

 

Flanani Tracy & Brigittae McLaughlin

Margartam Tracy b. 27 Jan 1794 St. Peter's Athlone, Drum, Roscommon, Ireland (LDS)

Flanani Tracy & Brigittae Mc Laughlin 

Margaritam Tracy b. 27 Jan 1794 Bishops Caundle, Dorset, England  (LDS)

 

Helena Tracy of Gorognagourna b.1793 (or 1805?) died 2nd March 1867 aged 74 9s

 

Hugh/Hugonis Tr(e)ac(e)y & Maria Ryan

Margarita b. 13 January 1861 Drum (LDS)

Mary b. 2 September 1865 Athlone (LDS)

Catherine b. 22 February 1867 Athlone (LDS)

William b. 26 March 1869 (LDS)

Hugonis Trac(e)y & Mariae Kegan

Hugo b. 7 December 1857 RC St Peters Athlone and Drum (LDS)

Joseph b. 21 November 1858 RC St Peters Athlone and Drum (LDS)

 

Ian Thracy of Athlone was a sponsor of Michael Daley in 1813

 

Jacob Treacy m. Eleanora Doolan (children Timothy and Maria)

Timothy b.1803 son of Jacob Treacy and Nelina Dooly. (Sponsors: Joan Tinley and Mark McCawley of the Artillery.)

Maria Treacy b. Nov 1804 dau of Jacob Treacy and Eleanora Doolan

Jacobi Treacy & Elenorae Doolan

Mariam Treacy b. 21 Nov 1804 St. Peter's Athlone, Drum, Roscommon, Ireland (LDS)

Jacobi Treacy & Helenae Dooly

Timothem Treacy b. 11 Dec 1803        St. Peter's Athlone, Drum, Roscommon, Ireland

 

Martin Treasy b. Nov 1823 son of Jacob

 

James Tracey / Thracey Hravey Hearny June 1815

 

Joanis Tracy & Mariae Dogherty

Joanem Tracy b. 1 May 1791 St. Peter's Athlone, Drum, Roscommon, Ireland (LDS)

John Tracy m. Maria Dogherty

Joan Tracy ch. 1st May 1791 Drum child of John Tracy & Maria Dogherty

Child b. 15th Nov 1813. Child of John and Maria Tracy, St Peter’s

 

John Tracey & Bridget Dolan

Ellen b. 29 March 1871 Brideswell (LDS)

 

John Tracey 1813/14 – or m. Catherine Feeny

Catherine Tracey Jan 1814

 

Joannis Tracey & Annae McManus

Bridgete Tracy b. 13 Sep 1846 St. Peter's Athlone, Drum, Roscommon, Ireland (LDS)

Margarita Tracey b. 18 Feb 1851 St. Peter's Athlone, Drum, Roscommon, Ireland (LDS)

Maria b. 2 June 1854 Drum (LDS)

 

Joannis Tracy & Mariae Murray 

Maria Tracy b. 24 Jun 1836 St. Peter's Athlone, Westmeath, Ireland

Maria Tracey b. 24th June 1830 dau of John Tracey (18th Royal Irish) & Maria Murray (Sponsors Henry Crozier & Anna McCaliff) John Tracey/Tressy  18th Foot No. 699 Embarked for India 9th June 1840. WO12/3529

 

John/Joannes Treacy/Tracy & Mariae Shine 

Mariam Treacy b. Aug 1817 Drum, Roscommon, Ireland (LDS)

Mariam Treacy b. Aug 1917 BISHOPS CAUNDLE, DORSET, ENGLAND (LDS)

Martinum Treacy b. 20 Oct 1819 St. Peter's, Athlone And Drum, Roscommon, Ireland  (LDS)

Martinum Treacy b. 20 Oct 1819 BISHOPS CAUNDLE, DORSET, ENGLAND (LDS)

Johannes Tracy b. 11 Nov 1830 St. Peter's, Athlone And Drum, Roscommon, Ireland  (LDS)

Thomas Tracy b. 12 May 1833 St. Peter's Athlone, Westmeath, Ireland (LDS)

Winefrida Tracy b. 24 Jun 1834 St. Peter's Athlone, Westmeath, Ireland (LDS)

Ellenora Tracy b. 10 Oct 1836 St. Peter's Athlone, Westmeath, Ireland (LDS)

Patritii Tracy & Maria Shine

Bridgidam Tracy b. 28 Jan 1828 St. Peters Athlone (LDS)

 

Michael Tracey b. 27th Jan 1825 son of John Tracey & Maria Shine (sponsors Joane Tracy & Margarita Leanif)

John Tracy b. 11th Nov 1830 son of John Tracy & Maria Shine (sponsors Michael Boliau and Bridget Tracy)

Thomas Tracy b. 12th May 1833 son of John Tracy & Maria Shine

Winifred Tracey b.4th June 1834 dau of John Tracey & Maria Shine

Eleanora Tracey b. 10th Oct 1836 dau of John Tracey & Maria Shine (sponsors Jan Domillion & Brigid Connoley)

 

John Tracey of Drum died 2nd Dec 1793 in admeriusyns din pauchiasepullus 5s 5d

 

John Tracey b. Athlone 1778, Cordwainer 5th Dragoons 25th Sept 1793 (age 15)

1st KDGs 25th March 1799 – 1st Oct 1815 incl. Waterloo.Died 1816 Nottingham. (Believed to be Roman Catholic.Married Margaret McNaughton at St Marys Drogheda 13th Jan 1799. Children Anne b. 1799 Croydon; Thomas B 1801 New Radford, Nottingham; John 1804 Arundel died young?; Francis 1808 Newcastle; Sarah 1813; Alexander 1814 Glasgow) Please contact jon.lee63@googlemail.com  if relations known.

 

John Fracey b. 1787 died 17th Aug 1847 aged 60

 

John ? Tracy b.1830 of Grnajnaghan d.25th Jan 1867 aged 37

 

Mr J Tracy of Gompangoura b. 1813 died March 1873 aged 60

John Tracey b.1813 of Gorynajowna died 21st Dec 1876 aged 63

 

Laurentii Tracy & Mariae Cargin

Joannes Tracy b. 3 Feb 1809 St. Peter's, Athlone And Drum, Roscommon, Ireland  (LDS)

Lawrence Trace m. Marid Caignos/ Mariae Cargin

John Trace b. 3rd Nov 1809 son of Lawrence Trace and Marid Caignosch at Drum

John Tracey b. Nov 1809 son of Laurence and Maude Coign

Lawrence Treacy of  Pr Athlone was a sponsor of Thomas Larkhen in 1819

John Trace b. 3rd Nov 1809 son of Lawrence Trace and Marid Caignos

John Tracey b. Nov 1809 son of Laurence and Maude Coign