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Tithe Records

Denis Treacy, Ballaghveny, Ballymackey, Tipperary, 1824-1825

Aghnameadle Graveyard

74. Treacy.

Erected by Stephen Treacy in memory of his beloved father Denis Treacy who depd this life Nov. the. 5th 1844 aged 84 years. Also of his mother Judy Treacy who depd this life Jany the 13th 1846 aged 82 years.

http://tipperarystudies.ie

 

1850 Griffiths Valuation

Stephen Tracey, Lackakera Latteragh Tipperary  - 4A landlord Thomas Kirwan, garden 1a1r36p valuation 13s

 

Torphey         Michael            Derreen               Ballingarry     Tipperary

Torphy          Daniel             Lissadonna            Ballingarry     Tipperary

Torpley         John               Creeragh              Ballingarry     Tipperary

Torphy          John               Creeragh                Uskane     Tipperary

 

Stephen Treacy & Catherine Tarpe/Torpy

Denis Treacy b. 2 Aug 1846 of Woodville [Ballymackey] Sp. Danl Horan & Sally Tierney. Toomevara Parish

Thos Treacy b. 11 Jul 1848 of Woodville Sp. Thos Tierney? & Judith Stapleton? Toomevara Parish

Steph Tracy & Cathrin

Dan Tracy b. 30 July 1850 of Wodue? Sp. Jno Pouthe & Elliz? Haplin. Toomevara Parish

Stephen Treacy & Kitty Torpy

Mary Treacy b. 23 Mar 1856 of Emmil [Emmel Templeharry Offaly] Sp. Michael Treacy & Judy Treacy. Moneygall Parish

Stephen Tracy & Catha/Catherine Torpey/Tarpy

Catherine Tracy b. 2 Sep/10 Oct 1862 of Holly Bank Lodge Drumcondra Sp. John Boyce & Mary Holt proxy for Anne Kennedy. St. Michan's, Dublin City

Mary Agnes Tracy b. 25/31 Jan 1866 of Tolka Cottage Cory Lane Sp. Mary Ward. St. Michan's, Dublin City.

Stephen Tracey, servant, & Catherine Tarpey [Turpey LDS]

Mary Agnes Tracey b. 25 January 1866 of Tolka Cottages Drumcondra. Mary Ward [her mark] present at birth Drumcondra Bridge

 

Stephen Treacy died 20? July 1896 Tolka Cottages Drumcondra, married, 75 years, coachman?, hapurd? decay 2 years uncertified no medical attendant, Mary Treacy daughter of deceased Tolka Cottages Drumcondra, [Dublin North PLU]

 

British Civil Service Evidence Of Age

Stephen Tracey/Treacy, born 1854 Woodville, Nr Nenagh Tipperary Ireland

British Postal Service Appointments

S Treacy, 1872, Drumcondra [Dublin]

 

Denis Treacy (s. of Stephen Treacy & Catherine, uterque Tolka Cottages) of 6 Tolka Cottages m. Anne Hanna (d. of Richard Hanna & Anne, uterque Drumnacoyle [Drumanaquoile Kilmegan] Co. Down) of 63 Eccles St on the 25 June 1872 Wit: Daniel Treacy of 6 Tolka cottages & Catherine MacBride of 10 Upper Rutland. St St. Michan’s RC

Denis Tracey, of full age, bachelor, porter, lives 6 Tolka Cottages Drumcondra, (s. of Stephen Tracey, living, coachman) married Anne Hanna, of full age, spinster, servant, lives 63 Eccleds Strt, (d. of Richard Hanna, living, farmer) 25 June 1872 St Minchan N Anne St Wit: Daniel Tracey & Kate McBride [Dublin North PLU]

[see date] Edward Kingswood m. Eliza O'Neil on 20 November 1870 Wit: Denis Tracy of 6 Talka Cottages Drumcondra & Ann Taylor of 30 Mechlenburg St. St. Nicholas RC

Denis/Dennis Tracey/Tracy/Treacy & Ann Hanna

Stephen Treacy b. 1873 Immaculate Conception New York County

James Tracy or Treacy b. 1875 Immaculate Conception New York County

Catherine Tracey b. 1877 Immaculate Conception New York County

Dennis Tracey & Ann Hanna

James Tracey b. 7 Apr 1875 Manhattan New York

 

Denis Treacey/Tracey & Anne Hanna

Richard Treacey b. 6/14 May 1879 of 84 Upper Dorset St Sp. Catherine Treacey. St. Michan's Parish

Catherine Mary Tracey b. 8 April 1884 of 63 Eccles St Sp. William Marks & Catherine McLoughlin. St. Michan’s RC

Denis Tracey & Anne Hanna/Hannon

Thomas Tracey b. 6 December 1886 of 10 Grenville St Sp. Mary Woods. St. Mary Pro-Cathedral [Hannon]

Henry Tracey b. 2 January 1890 of 13 Greenville St Sp. Henry Ward & Cath Roche. St. Mary Pro-Cathedral [Hanna]

Denis Tracey, clerk, of 84 Upr Dorset St & Anne Hanna

Richard Tracey b. 6 May 1879 of 84 Upr Dorset St. Catherine Roche, present at birth, 63 Eccles St

 

June 18, 1904 The Intermountain Catholic. (Salt Lake City [Utah])

A sawyer named Lenis [Denis?] Tracey, 25 Hardwicke street [Dublin], employed at the Beresford Place Sawmills, met with a serious accident on Thursday morning, his left hand being caught in the machine he was working at, crushing the thumb and fingers. He was treated by Dr. JJ Ryan at Jervis street hospital and detained a patient.

 

Denis Treacy from 25 Hardwick St, married, 53 years, vanman, died 23 February 1905 Mater Hospital, from Phthisis, E. Walsh inmate Mater Hosp informant 24 Feb 1905. [Dublin North PLU]

 

September 2nd, 1914 (FJ)

Treacy - Sept 1, 1914, at the Hardwicke Hospital, Anne Treacy, widow of the late Denis Treacy, Dorset street, and daughter of the late James Hanna, Co. Down, and mother of Treacy Brothers, Jervis Lane; regretted by her sorrowing sons and a large circle of friends. R.I.P. Funeral from Aughrim street church at 10.30 o'clock on to-morrow (Thursday) morning for Glasnevin Cemetary. Northern papers, please copy.

 

Glasnevin Record

Anne Treacy of Dublin, died 01-09-1914, age 61, Female

 

Stephen Tracy of 13 Granville St (s. of Denis Tracy & Anna Hanna of 13 Granville St) married Julia Cogan of Obseratory Lane (d. of Richard Cogan & Nora Marshall of City of Coriz?) 4 Jul 1897 Wit: James Masterson of 15 Granville St & Bridget Brennan of 78 Grosvanor Square. Rathmines Parish

 

Denis Treacy, full age, bachelor, mechanic, lives 54 Goldsmith? St (s. of Denis Tracy, vanman) married Nellie Moore, full age, spinster, dress? maker?, lives 54 Goldsmith? St (d. of William Moore, blacksmith) Wit: William Moore & Alice Quinn on the 28 April 1909 RC Church of St. Joseph Berkeley [North Dublin PLU]

May 1, 1909 (FJ) Marriages

Treacy and Moore - April 28 1909, at St. Joseph's, Berkeley road, by the Rev James Dempsey, C.C., Denis, third eldest son of the late Denis Treacy, Drumcondra, to Nellie, youngest daughter, of the late William Moore and Mrs. Moore, 51 Goldsmith street, N.C. road.

 

1901 Census

Denis Tracey, 56, M, 32.4 Upper Dorset Street, Rotunda, Dublin, Van Driver, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Tipperary

Anne Tracey, 50, F, Upper Dorset Street, Rotunda, Dublin, Roman Catholic, Wife, Married, Dublin

James Tracey, 25, M, Upper Dorset Street, Rotunda, Dublin, Wood Cutter, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, New York, America

Denis J Tracey, 18, M, Upper Dorset Street, Rotunda, Dublin, Wood Cutter, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Dublin

Thomas Tracey, 14, M, Upper Dorset Street, Rotunda, Dublin, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Dublin

Henry Tracey, 11, M, Upper Dorset Street, Rotunda, Dublin, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Dublin

1911 Census

Anne, Tracy, 94.5 Dorset Street, Lower, 64, F, Inn's Quay Dublin (widow)

James, Tracy, Dorset Street, Lower, 34, M, Inn's Quay Dublin (b. New York)

 

1901 Census

Stephen Treacy, 27, M, 31.2 Wellington Street, Inns Quay, Dublin, Saw Mill Machinist, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, New York

Julia Treacy, 29, F, Wellington Street, Inns Quay, Dublin, No Occupation, Roman Catholic, Wife, Married, Dublin

Anne Treacy, 2, F, Wellington Street, Inns Quay, Dublin, No Occupation, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Dublin

Stephen Treacy, 1, M, Wellington Street, Inns Quay, Dublin, No Occupation, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Dublin

1911 Census

Stephen, Treacy, 31.1 Wellington Street, Upper, 37, M, Inns Quay Dublin (b. New York USA), sawyer

Julia, Treacy, Wellington Street, Upper, 37, F, Inns Quay Dublin

Anne, Treacy, Wellington Street, Upper, 12, F, Inns Quay Dublin

Stephen, Treacy, Wellington Street, Upper, 11, M, Inns Quay Dublin

Eileen, Treacy, Wellington Street, Upper, 9, F, Inns Quay Dublin

Sheila, Treacy, Wellington Street, Upper, 4, F, Inns Quay Dublin

Denis, Treacy, Wellington Street, Upper, 1, M, Inns Quay Dublin

Electoral Register

1939-1945 Stephen Treacy* address 44 Wellington St, Innis Quay (also Julia Treacy)

 

1911 Census

Denis, Tracey, Oxmantown Road, 29, M, Arran Quay Dublin

Nellie, Tracey, Oxmantown Road, 29, F, Arran Quay Dublin

 

1911 Census

Henry, Treacy, 7.1 Wellington Street, Lower, 21, M, Inns Quay Dublin, border, sawyer

 

1913-1922 Military History - Stephen Treacy, senior, of NY and Dublin and Stephen, Treacy, junior, of Dublin

 

Stephen Treacy (of NY and Dublin), chairman of the Dublin branch of the Amalgamated Society of Wood-cutting Machinists' Trade Union. Both father and son were interred in Ballykinlar Camp, Co. Down in December 1920. On their release in 1921, the train transported them back to Dublin, was fired on by Unionists and Stephen Treacy, senior, was wounded. His son, Stephen, was in the compartment with him. In October 1922, he was awarded £750 compensation for his injury.

 

Jul 1917

Alfred Byrne, MP for Harbour Division, Dublin City, County Dublin: Parliamentary Question to the Chief Secretary, Henry Duke.

As to the imprisonment in Liverpool, England, of Stephen Treacy, chairman, Dublin Branch of the Amalgamated Society of Wood-cutting Machinists’ Trade Union, for travelling to Liverpool without a passport.

1 file CSO/RP/1917/5789

 

Dublin Trade Unionist (Sentence). HC Deb 11 July 1917 vol 95 cc1932-3W 1932W

§ Mr. BYRNE asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland if he will have the case of 1933W Stephen Treacy, chairman of the Dublin branch of the Amalgamated Society of Wood-cutting Machinists' Trade Union, reconsidered; if he is aware that, owing to unemployment in Dublin, Treacy was compelled to leave Ireland to obtain employment to enable him to keep his wife and three children, his travelling expenses being paid by his trade union, and, having obtained employment in Liverpool, was arrested for entering without a passport and sentenced to two months' imprisonment; if he is aware that Treacy was born in America and has been residing in Dublin for the past twenty-six years, and that his sentence is resented by every trade union in Ireland; and if he will see that Treacy obtains his liberty and compensation for imprisonment without delay?

§ Sir G. CAVE My right hon. Friend has asked me to reply to this question I am making inquiries, and will let the hon. Member know the result as soon as possible.

 

Dec 10, 1920 (FJ) Raids and Searches Continue in Dublin

...A large number of arrests were made in Wellington street, including...Stephen Tracey, sen.; Stephen Tracey, jun.;...

Stephen Tracey Srn & Stephen Tracey Jrn of 44 Wellington St, woodcutters, 7 Dec 1920 Daily raid reports, occupants Stephen Tracey (Srn), Stephen Tracey (Jrn), Thomas Murphy, Nicholas Casey & James Ward. Search for arms etc arrest S. Tracey, lodged Royal Bcks

Stephen Tracey of 44 Wellington St, 22 Dec 1920 Daily raid reports, Stephen Tracey to be re-arrested.

25/2/21 Ballykinlar transfers approved No. 1350 OR 1559 Treacy S from Hut 22 G Coy to Hut 25 G Coy

 

33 Hut Ballykinlar Camp 1921 John Kelly Carlow?

 

Hut 33 Ballykinlar No.1 Camp

No.1 Top Row top left to right

1. Paddy Daly, Cavan

2. M Whelan, Dublin

x = 3rd from left unidentified

4.  Lacey or Treacey

5. P. Ryan, Galway

 

No.2 Row Left to Right

1. P Bartley Cavan

2. E Tully Galway

3. D Reilly Dublin

4. W Norris Dublin

5. W Reilly, Dublin

6. S. Sinnot, -

7. M. Matthews, England

8. H. Duffy, Cavan

9. J. Kelly, Clondalkin, Co. Dublin (who ??? picture)

 

No.3 Row Left to Right

1. G. Byrne, Dublin

2. S. Ryan, Athlone

3. D. Butler, Dublin

4. J. Lynch, Dublin

5. T. Leonard, Cavan

6. P. Macshay, Cavan

 

No.4 Row Left to Right

1. S. Treacy, Dublin [junior]

2. T. O Keeffe, Dublin

not identified

4. R. Lynch, Cavan

 

 

 

Original photo of 24 men interned in Ballykinlar camp probably taken in early 1921 and quite similar to the one to be found on the back of the book ‘My dear Eva’ by Peader Kearney. Likely to be taken on a camera apparently smuggled into Ballykinlar camp.


Photograph supplied by Danny Osborne, who is researching John Kelly from no 9 lock, Clondalkin, Dublin.

http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?PHPSESSID=flqmgc5ch33jmn51n0nqr028m0&topic=486740.0

 

 

File Reference           MSP34REF21717

Stephen Treacy

9 Niall Street, Oxmanstown Road, Dublin

Date of birth  : 1899-07-28

Date of death: 1985-01-23

Associated files in MSPA     34SP22295; DP52317

Civilian occupation   Woodcutting Machinist;

Easter rising service   No

Private,  G Company, 1 Battalion, Dublin Brigade

Commanding Officer(s)        Robert Oman (Company Captain); Joseph McGrath (Ballykinlar)

Pension Claim           Yes

Award Pension          Yes

Army Pensions Act 1923/1953         Yes

Type of Award          SPASpecial Allowance (DP file)

Military Service Pensions Acts 1924            No

Military Service Pensions Acts 1934            No

Military Service Pensions Acts 1949            No

MSP34REF21717 Stephen Treacy.pdf
34SP22295 Stephen Treacy.pdf
DP52317 Stephen Treacy.pdf

File dates       28 October 1935 - 6 September 1978

File relates to Stephen Treacy’s unsuccessful application for a military service pension. File also relates to the subject’s successful application for a Service Medal (1917-21) which was issued in October 1942. During the 1916 Easter Rising, the subject states that he carried ammunition to the Four Courts as a boy. Stephen Treacy claims that he joined G Company, 1 Battalion, Dublin Brigade, Irish Volunteers in February 1918 under the command of Captain P. McGuirk, Peadar Clancy (1D412) and Robert Oman (MSP34REF16645). During this period, the subject states that he guarded poll booths during the 1918 General Election and did guard duty at the Wolfe Tone commemoration concert in Mansion House when Sean McGarry (24SP5125) appeared on stage after his escape from Lincoln Jail, England. Further mentions that Pierce Beasley (Piaras Béaslaí) (24SP295) was arrested afterwards at the corner of College Street. On 6 December 1920, Stephen Treacy states that he was arrested and interned in Ballykinlar Camp, [County Down]. The subject claims that his father (also called Stephen Treacy) was arrested at the same time, released but re-arrested again in February 1921. The applicant states that his father was brutally beaten and held in No. 2 Camp, Ballykinlar. Stephen Treacy claims that his father refused to sign any papers for release. When he was released at the General Amnesty in December 1921, the subject states that the train carrying the prisoners was attacked by “Orangemen”. Further claims that his father was shot in the foot during the attacked, needed treatment in the Mater hospital, Dublin and was left a cripple for the rest of this life. Stephen Treacy states that he served in Ballykinlar in the parcels office staff and helped to get parcels through uncensored. Taking the anti-Treaty side in the Civil War (June 1922 – May 1923), the applicant states that he took part in the occupation of Hickey’s, Earl Street. Stephen Treacy states that he resigned from the IRA in December 1922. Material on file shows that Stephen Treacy married Annie Treacy (née Hogan) on 28 October 1929. During the Emergency (Second World War), material on file shows that the applicant served as Company Adjutant, D Company, 41 Battalion, Local Defence Force. File includes signed hand-written statements regarding subject's service M. Horgan (1941); Nicholas Laffan (1942) and PH Holohan (1942). The applicant did not appear before the Advisory Committee. File also contains material relating to Stephen Treacy’s successful application for a Special Allowance including a completed application form; handwritten reports from Social Welfare investigating officers regarding applicant’s financial circumstances (1974-82) (some closed) and material relating to the settlement and closure of claimant's service pension following his death on 23 January 1985. Representations were made on behalf of the applicant by Michael B. O Maoileoin (1972) and Charles J. Haughey TD (1973).

 

Witness to signature:

Hugh Treacy, 11/12 Ryders Row, Dublin. P.C. [Peace Commissioner]. 19th December 1935. [see Agnes Treacy]

 

Treacy (Dublin) - Jan 23, 1985, at the Mater Hospital, Stephen (G Company, 1st Batt., Old I.R.A.), beloved husband of Ann, Niall St., Dublin 7; deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife, sons, daughters-in-law, grand-children, great-grandchildren, brother, sister, relatives and friends. R.I.P. Funeral from the Church of the Holy Family, Aughrim St., this (Friday) morning after 9 o'c. Mass to Glasnevin Cemetery.

 

Treacy (nee Hogan) Dublin - Aug 27, 1993 (peacefully) at Beaumont Convalescent Home, Annie, beloved wife of the late Stephen and formerly of Niall St; deeply regreted by her loving sons, daughters, in-laws, grandchildren, great grandchildren, relatives and friends. R.I.P. Removal today (Saturday) to Convent Chapel, arriving at 5 o'c. Funeral on Monday after 10 o'c. Mass to Glasnevin Cemetery.

 

Witness to signature:

Dermott Treacy, Claragh, Ballyedmonduff Rd, Sandyford, Co. Dublin. 20/11/74

 

Witness to signature of Mrs. Annie Treacy:

B. Treacy, 45 Brookwood Rd, Artane, Dublin 5. 11/3/85 - Brian Treacy (son)

 

Letter 28 February 1979 Robert Molloy, Minister for Defence, to Charles J Haughey, Minister for Health and Social Welfare

...representations at the instance of Mr. Steve Treacy, 86 Eglinton Road, Dublin 4 on behalf of his father Mr. Stephen Treacy...

 

Date of Birth (spouse) 15.12.1903

 

Stephen born 28th July 1899 baptised 31st July 1899 father Stephen Treacey mother Julia Cogan.

 

Address on 11th July 1921:

44 Upr Wellington Street

 

On the following morning the occupants of each line of huts were brought out on parade, numbered and checked and marched to Ballykinlar Railway Halt some half mile from the Camp proper. The men were fully provided for in the way of eatables and refreshments. The Camp supply of food was exhausted in view of the fact that it was closing down. After a delay of an hour or thereabout at Ballykinlar Railway Halt we entrained for Banbridge. The men were very jubilant and were singing and enjoying their new-found liberty. Just as the train was steaming into Banbridge, fire was opened on us from both. sides of the railway embankment, presumably by elements of the Orange Order who, apparently, had received advance information of our arrival and who were out to create as much disturbance as possible. Three of the occupants of the train were seriously wounded, one of whom, as a result of his wounds, was crippled for life and died in September 1953. This man whose name was Tracey subsequently took an action against the Northern Government and was awarded £1,000 compensation for his injury. There was no further incident on the journey from Banbridge where we had a tumultous reception from the local townspeople and various representatives of the local bodies and organisations. After a delay of about an hour we proceeded on our journey and arrived at Amiens Street at about 6.30 that evening where we were further acclaimed by thousands of the population.

Witness: Michael O'Flanagan, Member IV, Dublin, 1916; IRA, 1921

 

December 1921 The Line of Fire

The second special train from Ballykinlar Camp, which arrived in Dublin shortly after 5 p.m. with 450 prisoners, all from Dublin, was also attacked between Ballyward and Banbridge. It was in this train that Mr. Stephen Treacy, senior, was wounded. His son, Stephen, was in the compartment with him...

December 1921 Attacked by Orangemen

...At least four men were wounded...Stephen Treacy (sen), of Wellington st., Dublin...Mr. Treacy was removed in the Fire Brigade ambulance to the Mater Hospital where an operation was performed and the bullet removed. He is said to be progressing favourably...

December 1921 Shot by Orangemen

Mr. Stephen Treacy (senior), who was wounded by a bullet in the foot...

December 1921 Ballykinlar Men Attacked - A Co. Down Outrage

...The first special train contained 413, the second 646 (chiefly from Munster), and the third and last 450 from Dublin...Mr. Stephen Treacy, an elderly gentleman, whose son was also an internee, was struck by a bullet on the foot. He was at once attended by Dr. Reynolds, who had been the internee medical officer in the camp, and the wound was found to be slight...Prominent people included in the release...J. Tracey [Sligo], Acting Commandant Camp I...

15th Feb 1922 (FJ) Ex-Internee’s Claim

A claim for £300 compensation has been lodged with Banbridge Rural Council on behalf of Mr. Stephen Tracy, 44 Wellington street, Dublin, in respect of injuries received by being shot in the left foot at Ballyward railway station when returning from Ballykinlar to Dublin on December 9.

28 Aug 1922 (FJ) Internee Compensated

Stephen Tracey, of Wellington street, Dublin, a Sinn Fein internee, who was shot in the foot at Ballyward Station, Co. Down, as the released internees’ train was passing through from Ballkinlar Camp on December 9 last, was awarded £750 compensation and £30 expenses.

7th October 1922 (IT)

At Newry Special Quarter Sessions last Wednesday before Judge Bates, K.C., S. Tracey, 44 Wellington St, Dublin was awarded £750 compensation and £30 witnesses' expenses for injuries received on 9th December last. The applicant was interned in Ballykinear Camp, and on the date in question, when all the prisoners were released, shots were fired at the train in which the applicant and others were, after passing Ballywood Station, and a bullet penetrated one of his feet, so severely injuring him that he was unable to work at his occupation as a woodworker and machinist with Messrs Scott, church furniture manufacturers, Abbey Street, Dublin.

 

 

Army Pension Application of Christopher Ennis, 27 Temple Street, Dublin...Military Service Pensions Acts 1934...original signed handwritten and copy typed statements regarding subject's service from...Stephen Treacy...

Ref: http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/detail.aspx?parentpriref=#sthash.FeA8b0Hq.dpuf

 

 

 

 

1. Denis Treacy (of Ballingarry, Tipperary) m. Ann Hannon

Denis Treacy and Anne Hannons marriage cert. They married on 25 June 1872 at St Michans on Anne Street Dublin. His father was yet another Stephen Treacy (of whom we have many) and the family lived in the Glasnevin area. I also got Baptismal info for a Denis Treacy baptised 2 August 1846 and his father was Stephen. He was baptised in Toomevara Tipperary which is about 18 miles from Ballingarry which is where we were always told he was from.

1.1 Stephen (b. 8/4/1873 New York) m. Julia Cogan 14/7/1897 in Our Lady of Refuge Catholic Church, Rathmines. (Stephen Tracey/Treacy, Dublin South, 3rd Quarter 1897 2 613)

1.1.1 Anne Treacy, b. 17 Jun 1898, Dublin Ireland, d. 22 Jun 1978, Whitehall Dublin Ireland.

1.1.2 Stephen Treacy, b. 1900, Dublin Ireland, d. 1985, Dublin.

1.1.3 Eileen Clare Treacy, b. 13 Sep 1901, 31 Upp Wellington St Dublin Ireland, d. 08 Oct 1971, St John of God Hospice London.

1.1.4 Sheila Teresa Treacy, b. 22 Jul 1906, Dublin Ireland, d. 02 Sep 1985, Vauxhall London. [Sheelah Teresa Tracy,  Registration district: Dublin North, Registration date - quarter and year: Jul - Sep 1906]

1.1.5 Denis Treacy, b. 1909, Dublin Ireland, d. 19 Dec 1990, Worthing Sussex.

1.2 James (b. 1878 New York)

Barbara Barbara 8 Apr 2005 & 19 Oct 2007 & July 2010

 

 

Thomas Tracey (s. of Stepheni Tracey & Catherinae of Drumcondra) of Drumcondra m. Catherine Hunt (d. of Jacobi Hunt & Catherina of Canon Place) of Canon Place on the 4 August 1872 Wit: Thomas Caldwell of Granby St & Sarah Hunt of ???. St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral.

Thomas/T Tracy/Treacy, full [age], bachelor, porter, lives Drumcondra, (s. of Stephen Tracy, coachman) married Catherine/Kate Hunt, full [age], spinster, servant, lives 1 Cannon Place, (d. of James Hunt, laborer) 04 August 1872 RC Chapel Cathedral Marlboro [St. Mary's] Wit: Thomas Caldwell & Sarah Hunt [Dublin North PLU] [Tracy in online index]

Thomas Tracey/Tracy & Catherine Hunt

Emily Tracey b. 30 September 1872 of 21 Dorset Sp. Teresa Hunt. Mairoc ae??? [Catherine Elizabeth b. 4 October 1872 Dublin City (LDS), mothers name Jane Rebecca Hunt]

Agnes Adelina Tracy b. 11 January 1874 of 4 Gt [Lr] Dorset St Sp. Mary Hunt [Agnes Catherine b. 11 January 1874 (LDS)]

Maria Catharina Tracy b. 15 July 1875 of 2 Cannon Place Sp. Sara Hunt [Mary Catherine b. 16 August 1875 (LDS)]

Anna Tracey b. 20 August 1878 of 2 Cannon Place Sp. Anna Moran

Catherine Tracy b. 4 January 1880 of 1 Cannon Place Sp. Sarah Kavanagh

Julia Tracey b. 24 July 1881 of 2 Cannon Place Sp. Joseph Reilly & Julia Tevlin

Stephen Tracey b. 20 May 1883 of 29 Gardiners Place Sp. Frances Reilly

Helena Tracey b. 9 December 1884 of 2 Cannon Place Sp. Emily Tracey [sister?]

Thomas Joseph Tracey b. 9 May 1886 of 13 Nerneys Court Sp. Agnes Tracey [sister?]

James Joseph Tracey b. 19 August 1887 of 13 Nerneys Court Sp. Mary Tracey [sister?]

Josephine Tracey b. 8 April 1889 of 4 Nerneys Ct Sp. Anne Tracey [sister?]

Thomas Tracey & Jane Rebecca Hunt

Catherine Elizabeth b. 4 October 1872 Dublin City (LDS)

 

Agnes Tracey & William Jenner

William Thomas Jenner b. 24 May 1900 of 4 Granby Place Sp. Anne Tracey

 

Agnes Adelina Treasy (b. 1875 Dublin d. Worcester Park Surrey England) m. William Jenner 2nd April 1894 [State Reg: Agnes Treacy, Dublin North, 2nd Quarter 1894 2 435]

William Jenner b. 24 May 1904 Dublin

James Jenner b. 2 March 1905 Epsom Surrey England

Bernard Jenner b. 19 August 1912 Epsom Surrey England

Leonard Jenner b. 18 August 1912 Epsom Surrey England

Lesley GRAY January 25, 2011

 

Mary Tracey (d. of Thomas Tracey & Kate Hunt of 9 Grailey Pl) of 9 Grailey [Granby?] Pl m. Joseph McCormack (s. of John McCormack & Jane Cooper  of 2 Blessington St) of 2 Blessington St on 6 October 1895 Wit: Edward Byrne & Emily Byrne of 16 Blessington St

 

Catherine Tracey (d. of Thomas Tracey & Catherine [Hunt?] of 4 Granby Place) of 4 Granby Place m. William Barrett (s. of John Barrett & Elizabeth of 2 Rotunda Market) of 2 Rotindi [Rotunda] Market on 7 July 1901 Wit: Francis Rooney of 40 Granbey Place & Elizabeth Myles [Myler] of 1 Mulgrave Place

 

1901 Census

Katherin Treacy, 48, F, 4.1 Granby Place, Rotunda, Dublin, General Servant, Catholice, Head of Family, Widow, Dublin

Amiee Treacy, 21, F, Granby Place, Rotunda, Dublin, General Servant, Catholice, Daughter, Not Married, Dublin

Catherine Treacy, 19, F, Granby Place, Rotunda, Dublin, General Servant, Catholice, Daughter, Not Married, Dublin

Stephin Treacy, 17, M, Granby Place, Rotunda, Dublin, Shoe Maker, Catholice, Son, Not Married, Dublin

Ellina Treacy, 15, F, Granby Place, Rotunda, Dublin, General Servant, Catholice, Daughter, Not Married, Dublin

Agnis Lennard, 25, F, Daughter, Catholice, Soldiers Wife, Married, Dublin

William Lennard, M, Son, Catholice, Dublin

 

 

 

Patrick Mulhall of 3 Church St m. Anne Redmond of 4 Fade St on 9 June 1872 Wit: Daniel Tracey & Kate Cox. St Andrews RC

 

Daniel Tracy of Drumcondra (s. of Stephen & Kate of Drumcondra) married Catherine Cox of 12 Fade St (d. of John & Eliza 12 Fade Street) on 10 January 1874 Wit Patrick Mulhall of 4 Fade St & Anne Mulhall of 4 Fade St. St Andrews RC

Daniel Tracy, full [age], bachelor, BLANK, lives Drumcondra, (s. of Stephen Tracy, BLANK) married Catherine Cox, full [age], spinster, BLANK, lives 12 Fade St, (d. of John Cox, BLANK) 10 January 1874 RC Church St. Andrews Wit: Patrick Mulhall & Anne Mulhall [Dublin South PLU] signed her mark  [signed Daniel Toucesy on PLU Cert]

Daniel Treacy/Tracey & Catherina Cox

John Joseph Tracey b. 20 May 1876 of 12 Fade St Sp. Stephen Tracy & Eliza Cox. St Michaels & John RC.

Stephanus Joseph Tracey b. 24 March 1878 of 12 Fade St Sp. Margarita Bolger. St Michaels & John RC.

Elizabeth Treacy b. 7 or 17 November 1880 of 2 Fade St Sp. Mary Cox. St Michaels & John RC.

Daniel Treacy, vanman, of 10 Bishop St & Catherine Cox

Denis Joseph Treacy b. 1 August 1886 of 10 Bishop Street. Eliza Cox, present at birth, 10 Bishop Street, her mark

 

Stephen Tracey, full age, bachelor. Van Driver, lives 10 Bishop St, (s. of Daniel Tracey, Van Driver) married Maria Thompson, full age, spinster, Machine Hand, lives 16 Bishop St, (d. of Richard Thompson, Van Driver) Wit: William O'Heney & Margaret Gaffney on the 7 May 1905 RC Church of St. Nicholas,  Francis St [PLU South Dublin]

 

1901 Census

Daniel Tracey, 48, M, 10.8 Bishop Street, Mansion House, Dublin, Furniture Porter, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Dublin

Kate Tracey, 48, F, Bishop Street, Mansion House, Dublin, Nil, Roman Catholic, Wife,

Thomas Tracey, 26, M, Bishop Street, Mansion House, Dublin, Porter (Grocers), Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married,

Stephen Tracey, 23, M, Bishop Street, Mansion House, Dublin, Van Driver, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married,

Elizabeth Tracey, 20, F, Bishop Street, Mansion House, Dublin, Shirt Maker, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married,

Dan Joseph Tracey, 18, M, Bishop Street, Mansion House, Dublin, Clerk Gas Company, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married,

James Tracey, 16, M, Bishop Street, Mansion House, Dublin, Clerk Gas Company, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married,

Denis Tracey, 14, M, Bishop Street, Mansion House, Dublin, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married,

William Tracey, 12, M, Bishop Street, Mansion House, Dublin, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married,

Francis Tracey, 10, M, Bishop Street, Mansion House, Dublin, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married,

Christopher Tracey, 8, M, Bishop Street, Mansion House, Dublin, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married,

 

1911 Census

Stephen, Treacey, Fingal St., 33, M, Merchant's Quay Dublin, vanman, 6 years married, 3 children/3 alive (brother-in-laws Richard & Henry Thompson)

Maria, Tracey, Fingal St., 26, F, Merchant's Quay Dublin

Daniel Joseph, Tracey, Fingal St., 5, M, Merchant's Quay Dublin

Stephen, Tracey, Fingal St., 3, M, Merchant's Quay Dublin

Margaret, Tracey, Fingal St., 1, F, Merchant's Quay Dublin

 

1911 Census

Daniel Tracy, 5.1 Charlemont Place, 28, M, Fitzwilliam Dublin, gas fitter

Ellen Tracy, Charlemont Place, 24, F, Fitzwilliam Dublin

 

1911 Census

Willam Treacy, 10.13 Bishop St., 22, M, Mansion House Dublin (brother of Elizabeth Boyne)

Christopher Treacy, Bishop St., 18, M, Mansion House Dublin (brother of Elizabeth Boyne)

 

Catherine Tracey, of full age, spinster, BLANK profession, lives 4 Tolka Cottages, (d. of Stephen Tracey, BLANK profession) married William Marks, of full age, bachelor, sadeler, lives 25 Grogen? Place, (s. of William Marks, deceased, BLANK profession) 08 February 1885 RC Chapel Fairview Wit: Martin Hartigan & Brigid McGurk [Drumcondra Dublin North PLU]

 

January 1887 Letter to the Irish Times

Glasnevin Tram Line

Sir, You would greatly oblige the conductors and drivers on this line by granting them space to return their sincere thanks to the residents and travellers who so generously contributed towards their Christmas Box Fund, more particularly the following gentlemen, who so kindly received subscriptions:- Dr. Finegan, Mr T Dunphy, Mr T Connolly, TC, Mr M'Clelland and Mr JP Camac. - Signed on behalf of the other conductors and drivers.

Stephen Treacy, Conductor, January 14 1887

20 January 1894 Freeman's Journal

...Stephen Tracey, tram conductor, 3 Tolka cottages, Glasnevin, died suddenly at his residence yesterday about twelve o'clock. The deceased was aged about ...

Death Cert

Stephen Treacy died 18 January 1894 Drumcondra, bachelor, aged 30 years, disease of the heart Conserenton? Influenza, Information &c and from Henry Healy Coroner for do Co Dublin [PLU Coolock North Dublin]

 

 

 

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31 July 1915 The Hibernian

 

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1938 Programme - Mercenary Mary by Rathmines & Rathgar Musical Society

 

 

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1981 Treacy’s Sawmills, Jervis Street Dublin

 

Last update: 06 October 2021