Emigration to Australia
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Bounty immigrants were free immigrants whose passage was paid by the colonial government under the `bounty scheme'. Under this scheme, an incentive or reward (i.e. bounty) was paid to recruiting agents in Britain to find suitable skilled labour and trades people, then ship them out to the new colony.
1921-1949 Passenger arrivals index – Australian Archives
Victoria Australia Registrations
Births (ongoing list)
'The Explorers & Early Colonists of Victoria' whose portrait appears on the Photo Mosaic prepared by Thomas Foster Chuck in the 1870s.
R.M. Treacy, of Offaly, emigrated 1841
Martin Treacey, of Roscommon, emigrated 1839
John Tracey, of Leighlin Bridge Co Carlow emigrated 1841
1838 – 1918 Irish Nuns and Sisters of the Catholic Church in Australia
Father's Christian Name
County of Birth
Date of Death
Buried Mgc. Died Malvern. Entered Fitzroy.
Buried Woronora. Entered Wilcannia.
An ONGOING selection of Newspaper references from the National Library of Australia http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/
Government Gazette November 9, 1841
Unclaimed Letters - General Post Office Sydney for the month of October 1841
...Matthew Treacy, Esq, surgeon, William Treacy...
1849...Mary Hughes aged fifteen was employed as a nursemaid for six pounds for two years to Honora Treacy wife of Matthew Treacy, a surgeon in Little Lonsdale St Melbourne.
[Note: May be the same person as the following]
23 November 1877 London Gazette
MATTHEW TREACY, Esq., Deceased. Pursuant to the Act of Parliament of the 22nd and 23rd Victoria, cap. 35, intituled " An Act to further amend the Law of Property, and to relieve Trustees."
NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and others having claims or demands against the estate of Matthew Treacy, formerly of Dunston Lodge, but late of Dinsdale Park, Darlington, both in the county of Durham, Surgeon, deceased (who died on the 10th day of January, I876, and of whose personal estate and effects letters of administration, with the will annexed, have been granted by the District Registry at Durham of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice, Probate Division, on the 22nd day of March. 1870, to John Treacy. now of Park-place, Munkgate, in the suburbs of the city of York. Esq), are hereby required to send in the particulars of their debts, claims, or demands, and the nature of the securities (if any) held by them, to the said John Treacy, the said administrator, with will annexed, at our offices, No. 12, Pavement, in the city of York, on or before the 5th day of January, 1878, at the expiration of which time the said administrator will distribute the assets of the said deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the debts, claims, or demands of which he shall then have had notice; and the said administrator will nor be liable for the assets, or any part thereof, so distributed to any person of whose debt, claim, or demand he shall not have said notice at the time of such distribution of the said assets.—Dated this. 17th day of November, 1877
J., J. P. and H. WOOD, Solicitors to the said Administrator.
1842 Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command, Volume 24
Leighlin Bridge...At the re-formation of the [loan] society in the year 1839, when the trustees became connected with the Central Loan Fund Board, the Honorable and Very Teverand Dean Bernard declined to become bound to the Clerk of the Peace, pursuant to the Acts in that case required, and the Board called for other sufficient Securities, and Mr John Magee and Mr John Treacy, merchants, living in Leighlin Bridge, in large commercial prosperity, were accepted as Securities, jointly and severally, in the sum of £70 sterling. The first of whom unfortunity became involved by Crown Boands, which swept all his property away; the other party is now in Australia...On the removal of edward Styles from the office of Clerk and Receiver, Mr James Treacy was appointed to the office, who has given his entire time to unravel this complicated state of affairs, with whose assistance, and the constant and persevering aattenance of the Trustees, the affairs have been brought into as good order as things will bear...
20 September 1842 The Sydney Morning Herald
List of persons who claim to have their names inserted in the Citizen list of the City of Sydney...John Treacy, Philip-street, Bourke's Ward...
23 November 1844 Morning Chronicle
We, the undersigned, inhabitants of the city of Sydney...sympathy with Daniel O'Connell...James Treacy...
1845 Port Phillip Merchants and Settlers Directory
TRACEY, Martin - "Daniel O'Connell Inn" - Bourke Street
TRACY, John - Collingwood
11 April 1846 South Australian Register
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. General Post Office, April 7, 1846...Patrick Treacy...
27 January 1847 The Sydney Morning Herald
POLICE BEYOND THE BOUNDARIES.—His Excellency the Governor has appointed the following persons to be Chief Constables at the places mentioned in connexion with their respective names, viz :... Mr. Patrick Treacy ; Binalong,
The first Chief Constable was Patrick Tracey, who left Sydney on January 28, 1847, reaching Tumut on February 1, where he reported his arrival to Henry Bingham, Commissioner of Crown Lands, by whom he was instructed to proceed to the...
Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, Volume 38, 1955
It appears that there was a police presence in Deniliquin dating from February 1847 when Chief Constable Patrick Treacy was appointed. However, he was stationed at Moama and left the area in August 1847.
George Seward Treacy and son George Seward Treacy
13 February 1847 Sydney Chronicle
PETTY SESSIONS.-PORT PHILLIP...His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned gentlemen to be clerks of petty sessions at the places mentioned in connexion with their respective names :-...Pyrenees, Mr. George Seward Treacy;...
18 April 1848 The Melbourne Argus
DISMISSAL FROM OFFICE.-Tracey, who has for some time held the office of chief constable at the Pyrenees station, has been sus pended from office. Numerous candidates have presented themselves for the appointment, and amongst others Swindell formerly of the Melbourne police, who is spoken of as likely to be the successful candidate.
1 June 1852 The Argus (Melbourne)
CAUTION. THREE Blank Printed Receipts, headed "Melbourne Morning Herald Office," bearing the signature of the undersigned, having been stolen from the office receipt book, on Saturday last, the public are cautioned against paying money due to the Herald newspaper, to any one, (out of the office.) but to my collector. Mr George Seward Treacy, who alone is authorised to give Herald office receipts on his behalf. G. CAVENAGH. Herald office, 31st May.
20 July 1852 The Argus (Melbourne)
MARRIED. On Monday the 19th inst, at St Peters Church, Mr George Seward Treacey, to Julia, youngest daughter of Daniel O'Reilly, Esq, of Elizabeth street, Melbourne.
20 April 1855 The Argus (Melbourne)
LOST. on Easter Monday, a Bundle containing silk, lace, and muslin dresses ; children's dress pieces, cushion with red tassels and lining, portfolios with letters, &c. The finder will be rewarded on delivering it to Mr. G. S. Treacy, Herald Office, Melbourne, or Mr. R. M. Treacy. Customs Shed, Geeelong.
23 October 1857 The Argus (Melbourne)
MARRIED. On the 20th inst., by the Rev. Alex. Morrison, at the Independent Chapel, Melbourne, Mr. George Seward Treacy, to Catherine, second daughter of Colin McRae, Esq., late of South Yarra, Melbourne.
11 January 1864 The Argus (Melbourne)
LADIES' COLLEGS, Royal-terrace, Nicholson street, Fitzroy, fronting Carlton gardens. Lady principal, Mrs. G. S. TREACY, assisted by an efficient staff of superior masters and governesses. The course of education embraces, belies the ordi- nary branches, all modern language, drawing, paint- ing, music, singing, and dancing. Class re-opens on the 12th of January. Vacancies for a limited number of boarders, who will find a comfortable home combined with a first class education. Prospectuses on application.
27/11/1916 TREACY George Seward : Service Number - 6647 : Place of Birth - Marrickville VIC : Place of Enlistment - Kalgoorlie WA : Next of Kin - (Wife) TREACY Eva http://naa12.naa.gov.au/scripts/Imagine.asp?B=8393612
17 December 1916 Sunday Times (Perth)
Matrimonial. The following marriages are arranged to take place at an early date:...George Seward Treacy. Perth, to Eva Wallace, Perth.
29 December 1917 The Argus (Melbourne)
Western Australia...WOUNDED...G. S. Treacy (sev.)...
13 February 1945 The West Australian (Perth)
The engagement is announced of Joy, only daughter of Mrs H. M. Lovelock, and the late Mr R. C. Lovelock, of 23 Seventh-avenue, Bassendean, to Robert Wallace (Bob), only son of Mr and Mrs G. S. Treacy, of Townsville, late of Bassendean.
8 October 1949 The Courier-Mail (Brisbane)
MR. AND MRS. G. S. TREACY AND MR. AND MRS. A. W. BOX AND FAMILY desire to THANK relations and Friends for telegrams, letters, and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement, please accept this as our personal thanks.
Richard Moore Treacy, son
20 March 1849 The Argus (Melbourne)
To the Worshipful the Mayor of Melbourne.
WE, the undersigned Colonists, have the honour to request that your Worship will convene a public meeting of the inhabitants of this province, to consider the steps necessary to be taken in reference to the suppression of the remonstances of the inhabitants against the introduction of British Criminals, and for exonerating his Honor the Superintendent from the censure cast upon him, under erroneous impressions at the public meeting on the 6th instant...R. M. Treacy...
8 November 1853 The Argus (Melbourne)
BIRTHS. On the 7th inst., at Melbourne, Mrs. R. M. Treacy, of a daughter.
Maria Thomasina Treacy b. abt 1850 d. abt 1893 (d. of Richard Moore Treacy & Ellen Cowen/Cowan) m. William Gilbert Collins 1886 lived Prospect Road Geelong
Maria's parents m 1848 Independent Church Melbourne.
Ratepayer William Gilbert Collins woollen manufacturer was an older brother to Marcus of Prospect Road and son of Maria
[Gilbert] Collins also a signatory.
Sons born Newtown/Geelong 1888 and 1893.
William then remarried and is buried alongside both wives.
1 March 1854 The Argus (Melbourne)
DIED. At the residence of G. F. A. Wilson, Esq., Mrs. Margaret Flattery, grandmother of R. M. Treacy, Esq., Melbourne.
25 April 1855 The Argus (Melbourne)
BIRTHS. On Sunday, the 22nd inst., at Aberdeen-street, Geelong, the wife of R. M. Treacy, Esq, of a son.
4 January 1864 The Argus (Melbourne)
LADIES' SCHOOL, corner of Rowena-parade and Gratton terrace, Richmond. Conducted by Mrs. R. M. TREACY.
25 April 1874 The Argus (Melbourne)
IF JESSIE CAMFRON TREACY will send address, or call upon J. H., Scott's Hotel, she will hear of something to her advantage.
25 April 1874 The Argus (Melbourne)
TRACEY-On the 22nd inst, accidentally killed whilst crossing the railway line at Jolimont, Richard Moore, youngest son of Mr R M Tracey, H M Customs, Portland, aged 14 years.
4 May 1875 Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser (Vic.)
Richard Moore Treacy, landing waiter, to be Acting Collector of Customs at Portland, during the absence of Mr W. A Moore, on leave from 29th April.
24 March 1876 Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser (Vic.)
Mr Richard Moore Treacy has been appointed Collector of Customs &c., Portland, vice W, A. Moore, who retires on 21st March.
30 September 1876 The Argus (Melbourne)
Government Gazette. The following appointments have been:-- F. H. Braford, clerk and landing-waiter, Warrnambool, to be acting collector of customs and acting-keeper of the powder-magazine at Portland, during the absence of Mr. R. M. Treacy;...
11 June 1879 The Argus (Melbourne)
HARTMANN-TREACY -On the 28th ult, at St Stephen's Church, Portland, by the Rev. J. Norton, the Rev. Ernest William Frederick Hartmann, incumbent of the Episcopalian Church, Bairnsdale, Gipps Land, eldest son of Frederick Armin Hartmann, Esq., merchant, London, to Jessie Cameron, second daughter of Richard Moore Treacy, collector of customs, Portland
11 March 1882 The Argus (Melbourne)
HARTMANN. —On the 3rd inst., drowned while crossing the Mitchell River, on his way to, preach at Dargo, the Rev. Ernest W. F. Hartmann, aged 39, incumbent of St John's, Bairnsdale, Gippsland, eldest son of C. F. A. Hartmann Esq., merchant, London, and son-in-law of R. M. Treacy, Customs, Portland. Sincerely mourned.
7 November 1882 The Argus (Melbourne)
TREACY—SWYER.—On the 6th inst., at St. Peter's Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. Joseph Carlisle, Richard Moore Treacy, of H.M. Customs, Echuca, to Clara Ellen, relict of the late Charles R. Swyer, M.I.C.E., of Melbourne. Manchester papers please copy.
Clara Ellen Hall - "Old Gran Treacy" http://www.portphillippioneersgroup.org.au/pppg5cr.htm
22 July 1886 The Argus (Melbourne)
COLLINS-TREACY. -On the 17th inst, at Trinity Church. East Melbourne, by the Rev. H. N. Wollaston, William Gilbert, eldest son of W. H. Collins, of Geelong to Ina, eldest daughter of R. M. Treacy, Esq. , of Echuca. No cards.
22 August 1893 The Argus (Melbourne)
COLLINS.—On the 17th inst., at her residence, Sutherland, Prospect-road, Newtown, Geelong, the wife of W. Gilbert Collins, and beloved eldest daughter of R. M. Treacy, late of H.M. Customs, Victoria.
29 July 1898 The Argus (Melbourne)
TREACY.-On the 28th July, at his late residence, Charleston. Coleridge-street, Kew. Richard Moore Treacy late H. M. Customs Echuca, dearly beloved father of Mrs D. F. Minnitt of New Caledonia, and Mrs C. G. Riley, of Geelong, in his 73rd year.
William Winter Treacy, son
22 April 1852 The Argus (Melbourne)
FOUND, A CHESNUT HORSE, branded CS on the near shoulder, with a saddle on when found. The owner can have the same by paying expenses. W. TREACY, Crown Livery Stables. April l8, 1852.
20 November 1852 The Argus (Melbourne)
STRAYED in the Crown Stable, November 9th, a Bay Horse, aged, branded M off shoulder ID near shoulder, hind letlucks white, star in forehead, coilar marked.
If the same is not claimed within seven days from this date, he will be sold to defray expenses.
Wm. W. TREACY, Crown Hotel Lively Stables. Melbourne, Nov 19th, 1852
4 January 1859 The Argus (Melbourne)
On the 3rd inst., at St. John's Church, by the Rev. James Darling, William Winter Treacy, Esq., of this city, to Jane, second daughter of Freeman Hardy, Esq., of Belfast, Ireland, and niece to John Gardner, Esq., of Moorelbank station, Upper Yarra.
26 January 1859 The Argus (Melbourne)
AUCTIONEERS' LICENCES. The following persons applied for renew- als of their annual auctioneers' licences: William W. Treacy. Granted...
8 November 1859 The Argus (Melbourne)
On the 6th inst., at Carlton, Mrs. W. W. Treacy, of a daughter
30 November 1859 The Argus (Melbourne)
An adjourned Licensing Bench sat yesterday at the City Court, at 12 o'clock, for the purpose of hearing applications for auctioneers' licences. The following were granted...William Winter Treacy...
24 May 1861 The Argus (Melbourne)
INSOLVENT COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 23.
(Before W. B. Noel, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.)
ADJOURNED FIRST AND ONLY MEETINGS. IN RE WILLIAM WINTER TREACY.
Mr. Macgregor for the official assignee, Mr. Edwards for the insolvent.
The insolvent was further examined. In answer to Mr. Macgregor, he stated that last year he had about 150 acres of land, on part of which stood the Robert Burns Hotel, at Kinlochewe. Bought it three or four years ago of Mr. Thomas Graham, for £3,000; half paid in cash, and the remainder secured by a mortgage on the property for five years. No part of the mortgage was ever paid off, but the interest was paid regularly quarterly until shortly before the insolvency. Sold the equity of redemption, in September last, to Mr. Ruck, for £50. Ruck was at the time a moneylender living in Sandridge, and, so far as insolvent knew, did not follow any other business. Insolvent after the sale to Ruck, let the place for £200 a-year, and subsequently £250, by Ruck's instructions, Ruck having left the place in insolvent's hands to let. The agreement to let the place to the tenant was made out in insolvent's name, and he continued to collect the rents-for Ruck. Insolvent denied that there was any understanding between Ruck and himself to the effect that he was to receive back the rents (collected) after he had gone through the court. The money was paid by Ruck in notes, and insolvent has not given him the money back, but had spent it on his own account. Before this transaction, in- solvent had assigned his furniture to Ruck for an advance. Omitted the furniture from the schedule because he thought the Bill of sale stood good. Had not made any entries in his books of any transaction with Ruck. In answer to Mr. EDWARDS, the insolvent stated that he doubted whether the land at Kinlochewe would fetch £1,500, if it were sold. A vote respecting the insolvent's furniture was taken, but the majority in number of the creditors being one way, and the majority in value being the other, the final disposition of the furni- ture was postponed to the 5th June, to which day the meeting was further adjourned.
19 July 1861 The Argus (Melbourne)
Judicial and Law Notices. IN the SUPREME COURT of the COLONY of VICTORIA: Insolvency Jurisdiction-In the Estate of WILLIAM WINTER TREACY, of Bourke-street west, in the City of Melbourne, in the County of Bourke. In the Colony of Victoria, Auctioneer.- Notice is hereby given, that the above named William Winter Treacy intends to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates for the colony of Victoria, on Monday, the nineteenth day of August now next ensuing, at the hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon, that a CERTIFICATE of DISCHARGE under the Act of Council 7 Victoria, No. 19, be granted to him.
Dated this fifteenth day of July, 1861. JOHN EDWARDS the Younger, 55 Bourke-street West, Melbourne, attorney for the above-named insolvent.
3 May 1862 The Argus (Melbourne)
NOTICE.-I will NOT hold myself RESPONBIBLE for any DEBTS contracted on my account without my written authority. WILLIAM WINTER TREACY, Bourke street West
15 January 1864 The Argus (Melbourne)
TREACY. -On the 12th inst., at Jolimont, the wife of W. W. Treacy, Esq., of a daughter.
16 January 1867 The Argus (Melbourne)
FIVE POUNDS REWARD.-Parties are cautioned NOT to PURCHASE a light chestnut cob HORSE, M over W near shoulder, white face, the same having been stolen from Kinlochewe on the 11th inst. W.W. Treacy.
4 November 1867 The Argus (Melbourne)
Australian Horse Bazaar, 59 and 61 Bourke street West.
To Squatters, Horse Breeders, and Others.
WW. TREACY having leased the above premises, formerly occupied by him, wishes to inform his friends and the public that he intends holding SALES DAILY by AUCTION of HORSES, and other Live Stock ; the yard and stabling being the most extensive and best arranged in the city. The proprietor's long experience as an auctioneer will, it is hoped, be a sufficient guarantee that parties placing stock in his hands for sale will have them sold to the best advantage. Every attention will be paid to the classing and sale of mobs.
22 July 1869 The Argus (Melbourne)
TO LET, furnished, six-roomed detached COTTAGE, stabling, fronting Fitzroy-gardens, Jolimont. Treacy, 119 Swanston-Street
6 September 1872 The Argus (Melbourne)
At the City Court yesterday, Jane Dempster, a tall young woman of some personal attractions, was charged by William Treacy, livery stablekeeper in Swanston-street, with insulting behaviour...he was married and had children...
30 November 1875 The Argus (Melbourne)
Yesterday afternoon as Mr. Treacy, livery- stable keeper, Swanston-street, was driving a horse and buggy down Barkly-street, Carlton, the horse bolted, and became unmanageable. Mr. Treacy asked the owner of the horse, who was with him, to catch hold of the reins, but the gentleman only catching one, pulled the horse round, and the trap was overturned at the kerb. Both gentlemen were thrown out, and the horse and buggy going over Mr. Treacy, he was severely cut and bruised. He was taken home and attended to. The owner eacaped without material Injury.
20 June 1876 The Argus (Melbourne)
LIVERY and Letting STABLES, Swanston street. We are instructed by Mr. Treacy to SELL privately all that fine BUSINESS, so long and success- fully conducted by him, with horses, carriages, plant, &c. Full particulars given Oxtoby and Co., next Scott's Hotel.
3 July 1876 The Argus (Melbourne)
THURSDAY, JULY 6.
Treacy's Horse Bazzar, Swanston-street
To Cab Proprietors, Liverystable Keepers, Commer-cial Travellers, and Others.
M'CULLOCH, CAMPBELL, and Co. are instructed by Mr. W. W. Treacy, in consequence of his having finished his contract for the conveyance of the city mails, to SELL by AUCTION, on the premises, 119 Swanston-street,
The whole of the plant used by him In connexion with the said mails, viz :-
16 horses, all well broken and seasoned to their work
2 covered express waggons, nearly new, built to order
6 strong hooded tilburies
10 sets of harness
Handsome carriage to close or open, with glass front, made to order, and in excellent order Well matched pair carriage horses, 16 hands, young, and thoroughly good in harness.
All to be sold without the slightest reserve. Sale at One O'clock.
30 July 1877 The Argus (Melbourne)
INSOLVENT COURT. General Meetings at 11...W. W. Treacy...
31 July 1877 The Argus (Melbourne)
RE WILLIAM W. TREACY. A general meeting of creditors was held in the estate of W. W. Treacy, of Melbourne, livery-stable keeper, at which proofs of debt to the amount of £470 9s 7d- were presented. It was proposed that Mr Frank J Smith, of Melbourne, accountant, be appointed trustee of the estate, to which an amendment was moved that no trustee be appointed. The amendment was carried, and the meeting
6 July 1878 The Argus (Melbourne)
RE W WINTER TREACY. His Honour also delivered his reserved decision on the certificate application of W. W. Treacy, of Melbourne, livery- stablekeeper, and stated that the certificate would be granted on payment of a dividend of 5s to the creditors who had proved on the estate.
6 March 1879 The Argus (Melbourne)
JAMES-TREACY -On the 27th ult, at the residence of the bride's parents, Richmond, by the Rev A Hardie, Charles William Homewood James to May Frances Crossley, eldest daughter of Willlam Winter Treacy.
4 October 1879 The Sydney Morning Herald
CORONER'S INQUESTS. The City Coroner, yesterday, held an inquest, at the Land's End Hotel, Pyrmont, on the body of Winter Tracey, the late landlord of that hotel. The evidence was as follows:- Charles Burton deposed that he had been recently residing at the Land's End Hotel for a few nights; deceased was a native of the North of Ireland, and aged about 45 or 46 years; he was a married man; his widow is in Melbourne; he left one child that witness knew of, who is also in Melbourne; he had been in this Sydney about 12 months, but over 30 years in the Australian colonies; witness knew him about 20 years...
14 April 1888 The Argus (Melbourne)
SMITH—TREACY.—On the 29th ult., at St. John's, Darlinghurst, by the Rev. Arthur W. Pain, B.A., Eustace Lyndon Smith, C.E., eldest son of John Lowe Smith, Cambock, Tasmania, to Florence, second daughter of the late William Treacy, King's Co., Ireland.
22 November 1906 The Argus (Melbourne)
TREACY-On the 21st November at the residence of her son in-law Mr C. H. James, Hazelhurst, Woorsley road East Malvern. Jane relict of the late Winter Treacy, and dearly loved mother of Mrs. C. H. James, Mrs F. Lyndon-Smith and Mrs P. Macleod, aged 75 years. Private Interment.
Ellen M Treacy
I wonder if you could help me please? My great great grandmother was buried in 1913 in a grave in the Melbourne General Cemetery which was already occupied by the remains of Richard M Tracey (buried 25 April 1874) and Ellen M Treacy (buried 23 April 1874).
I have researched Richard and Ellen on Trove Newspapers and it would seem to indicate that Richard died tragically on 22 April, and that Ellen, most probably his mother, died the day before.
As they were buried on the 23rd and 25th April 1874 in the same grave, then Catherina Dorothea Schultz (written as Dara Schultz in the cemetery records) was put on top of them in 1913, it all seems very strange to me.
Would you have any idea at all of the connection between the Treacys and Catherina Dorothea (usually called Doras - probably problems with her strong German accent)? Do you have any information on Mrs Ellen M Treacy? I note a person by that name who lived in Richmond (perhaps near the Schultz family) in the 1860s - is that the same Ellen M Treacy who was married to R M Tracey? (without getting too hung up about the problem of the spelling of the name)
Janine Wood firstname.lastname@example.org 17 June 2012
6 October 1848 The Argus (Melbourne)
PORT PHILLIP GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.(Published by Authority.) No. 9.]
POST OFFICE, MELBOURNE, 30th September, 1848...Dennis Tracey, Michael Treacy...
13 August 1849 The Argus (Melbourne)
The lands advertised in the "Government Gazette"...23rd May 1849...sold to the undermentioned parties...27th June 1849...
45. Grant? County, 31a.2r.0p. Martin Treacy, £200, £118.9.0[?]
16 October 1850 The Argus (Melbourne)
By special license, at Belfast [Melbourne], on the 9th inst. by the Rev. Dr. Brain, Mr. T. H. Osborne, Proprietor and Editor Belfast Gazette, to Eliza Helena, seventh daughter of the late William Treacy, Esq. Merchant, Leighlin Bridge, County Carlow, Ireland.
7 July 1851 The Argus (Melbourne)
We the undersigned electors of Melbourne…William Treacy…
16 August 1851 South Australian Register (Adelaide)
Letters detained for Sea-postage...Mrs. John Treacy, Melbourne...
3 June 1852 The Argus (Melbourne)
GEELONG. Wednesday, 2nd June, 1852.
At a meeting of the Town Council held yesterday afternoon, at which the following members were present:...Councillors...Treacy...
26 January 1853 The Argus (Melbourne)
CLARE HOUSE, TO BE LET
THIS SPLENDID MANSION, shunted in Victoria-terrace, fronting the Bay, containing seven large rooms, stables, coach- house, outhouses, and every convenience, with pump and permanent water. This large range of property is well situate for a family hotel, and to persons desirous of opening in that line the proprietor would treat liberally for a term of years. As a private residence, ¡t is unequalled in the district, tho neighbourhood being respectable, and site extremely healthy.
Apply to Mr. M. Treacy, next Clare House.
5 August 1854 The Sydney Morning Herald
John Treacy, of Parramatta-street, labourer. Liabilities , £203 10s. 2d. Assets-Value of personal property, £26. Deficit, £177 10s. 2d.
19 January 1855 The Argus (Melbourne)
WANTED a Groom who thoroughly understands his business. Apply to Mr. Treacy, Mac's Hotel livery Stables, Franklyn-street, North Melbourne.
27 February 1855 The Argus (Melbourne)
TO Let, at Hawthorne, a gentleman's Residence, containing six rooms, passage and cellar, with Water tank whick supplies the house all through the I year, stable, fowl house, flower garden, &c. Rent very low. Apply to Mr. Treacy, on the premises, near Fletcher's Hotel.
24 August 1855 The Argus (Melbourne)
Unclaimed Letters - Richmond
207 Treacy, Catherine
19 September 1855 The Argus (Melbourne)
Letter List...70. WW Treacy 71. William Treacy...
22 December 1855 The Argus (Melbourne)
TREACY, DANIEL,-call upon Mr. Gledhill, hill, 74 Queen-street.
16 March 1856 The Argus (Melbourne)
Missing Friends. Messages, Sec.
CELINA TREACY, now in Melbourne, please communicate with your sister, Maria Treacy, No. 5 Elizabeth-terrace, Wool-loomooloo, Sydney, New South Wales.
2 February 1857 The Star (Ballarat, Vic)
Geelong...The following motion was proposed by Mr Alderman Treacy, and after some amendment was duly carried....
20 October 1864 The Argus (Melbourne)
The Bench at Richmond Police Court were occupied for some time yesterday in investigating a charge against Francis Bell, of stealing a sofa, tables, carpets, chairs, pictures, vases, a lamp, and a quantity of bedroom furniture from the dwelling of Mrs. Ellen Treacy in Barney street. The prosecutrix stated in evidence that she had known Bell for about five months, and that she had let furnished apartments to him some time ago. Her landlord, however, had given her notice recently to quit the house...
17 November 1849 (N)
Patent Window Blind Manufactory and Iron Bedstead Warehouse, No.5, Harcourt-street, Dublin. J. Tracey (Sucessor to R. Telford)
November 15, 1849 (FJ) Patent Window Blind Manufacture
No. 5 Harcourt street J. Tracey (successor to R. Telford)...
January 11, 1851 (FJ) Patent Window Blind Manufactory and Iron Bedstead Warehouse
5 Harcourt Street from 109 Stephen's Green West
J. Tracy, proprietor, successor to R. Telford, having nearly 2o years experience with Mr. Telford and his predecessor, Mr. J. Barron of London and Birmingham...
August 27, 1853 (FJ) Window Blinds
Exhibited in the Machinery Court of the Great Exhibition - John Tracey, 5 Harcourt street, Dublin...
1853 83. John Tracey, Harcourt-street, Dublin. — Venetian shade, worked by a spring roller, rendering side hooks or knobs unnecessary; Louvre shutters, made to slide; patterns of brass wires, viz., gauze, fancy lace, and embroidered.
The resources and manufacturing industry of Ireland: as illustrated by the exhibition of 1853...John Sproule, 1854
October 27, 1860 (FJ) Bankrupts
John Tracy/Tracey, of 5 Harcourt street and 1 Middle Synge street, in the city of Dublin, window blind manufacturer and builder, to surrender himself on Tuesday, the 6th day of November and on Friday, the 23rd of November.
John Tracey, Window blind manufacturer, and builder of Harcourt Street (Dublin)
December 8, 1860 (FJ) In re Tracy
...The bankrupt explained that the mortgage was upon premises which he had taken out for building purposes, and stated that the payments alluded to were for materials, but were not preferential payments. The final examination was then passed.
4 January 1861 (FJ) In the matter of John Tracey, a bankrupt
To be sold, a policy of Assurance of £400, subject to half-yearly premium of £8/9/4; a sum of £50/16/0 has been paid in premiums, and the age of the insured (about 49) is admitted...
20 March 1861 (FJ)
In the matter of John Tracey, of No.5 Harcourt-street and of No.1 Middle Synge-street, window blind Manufacturer and Builder, a bankrupt
29 August 1861 (FJ) Patent Window Blind Manufactory 5 Harcourt street
John Tracey begs to state to his customers and the Public that the landlord of his premises No.5 Harcourt street having disposed of his interest in the lease, he is obliged to give immediate possession, but all commands will be received at No.1 and 2 Harcourtt street and will be promptly attended to during the fitting of new premises, which will be duly announced...To Military genelemen...camp bedstead...To Capenters, buildersand others...boring machine..sash frames...
10 January 1865 Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser
Venetian Sun Shades
JOHN TRACEY begs to inform the inhabitante of Rockhampton and its vicinity that be intends paying them a visit carly in January, (whose arrival wilt be duly announced,) to take orders for window blinds of various des- criptions, of which he will bring patterns to show. Ile will also bring with him about thirty VENETIAN SUN SHADES to draw up. The sizes aro 311. 4in. x 6ft. 4in., 3ft. x 6ft., aud 2ft. lOin. x 6ft. 8in. They will be sold at moderate prices, or perbepB by auction, as J. TRACEY'S stay must be as Bhort es possible.
Patent and General Window Blind Manufacturer, Queen-street, Brisbane.
P.S.--J. T. will bring with him tapes, cords, &c., to refit old Venetians.
30 December 1869 & 4 June 1870 The Brisbane Courier
JOHN TRACEY, Patent Window Blind Manufacturer, Elizabeth-Btreet, begs to intimate that he is obliged, in consequence of ill health, to RELINQUISH his BUSINESS, and that it is now transferred to Mr. JOHN PETRIE, Queen-street.
With reference to the above, the Undersigned is prepared to Bupply VENETIAN and every other DESCRIPTION of BLINDS, of superior workmanship and material, at moderate prices. Repairs, Painting, and Refitting execnted.
5798 JOHN PETRIE.
1869 NSW Registrations of Inventions
215 John Tracey. Improvement in the manufacture of Venetian window-blinds. 18 June 1869.
In 1869 no less than four Victorian patents were issued in relation to Venetian blinds...and no 1334 to John Tracey for Tracey's improved venetian blinds...In 1870 John Tracey of Sydney exhibited blinds, including his newly invented and patented form of venetian,
[At the 1866-7 exhibition...John Tracey of Sydney also exhibited blinds, including his newly invented and patented form of Venetian... http://mileslewis.net/australian-building/pdf/climatic-design/climatic-design-blinds-louvres.pdf]
7 May 1875 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW)
Tracey.—April 18, at his residence, Brisbane, Queensland, in the 64th year of his age, John Tracey,formerly of Harcourt-street, Dublin, Ireland. May he rest in peace.
1866-67 Directory of Victoria
Laurie and Tracy, slaters, Lydiard st
Magistrates...Justices of the Peace...M. Tracey...
Tracey, John, tanner, Haw
Tracey, Martin, brewer, Latrobe terrace
Tracey, Wm., Marco Polo hotel, Grant st, Em'H
Tracey, Wm., Punt road, Rd
Tracy, C.W. [GW?] dentist, Hargreaves st [see Honor Lilbush Wingfield Tracy]
Tracy, Lucinde, dressmaker, Autumn st
Tracy, Richard T., M.D., surgeon, 188 Collins St east
Treacy, J., Railway hotel, Miller st, W M
Treacy, William Winter, auctioneer, 31 Bourke st west
Treacy, Wm., farrier, 14 and 20 Little Lonsdale st west
1871 Census England
Joseph Tracey , Head, M, 52, widower, b. 1819 Liverpool, Labourer, St Martin Liverpool Lancashire
Henry Tracey , Son, M, 19, b. 1852 Melbourne Australia, Billiard Marker, St Martin Liverpool Lancashire
23 April 1875 Evening Post (NZ)
"On Thursday last," writes the Mount Alexander Mail, " a man named George Tracy met with a very ugly accident in a rather singular manner. He had been staying at an hotel on the Heathcote Road, and on the morning in question was passing in front of the kitchen window, which happened to be open, when one of the servants threw out a saucepan of boiling water at the very moment. The unfortunate man received the contents full in the face, and was terribly scalded both on his features and down his neck. The occurrence was purely accidental, and every means was used to allay the pain ; after remaining two days, however, at the house, and finding he was getting no better, he came to Castlemaine, and was yesterday admitted to the hospital. The left side of his face and one of his eyes is considerably injured, and it will be some time before he recovers the full use of hisl visual organ.
1875-1884 Index to Registers of Rations Issued to Immigrants - Maryborough
Family Name First Name Mess No/ Category Ship / Page No Date Item ID Pre Sys M/Film No
Tracey Peter 22 18 Apr 1883 18419 IMA3/19 N/A
Traise John Assisted Indus 26 Feb 1876 18418 IMA3/18 Z6612
Treacey - 7 Queensland 18 Nov 1875 18418 IMA3/18 Z6612
Treacey - (wife of - ) 7 Queensland 18 Nov 1875 18418 IMA3/18 Z6612
Treacy Alice Single Girls 8 Silver Eagle 1880 18418 IMA3/18 Z6612
29 January 1876 The South Australian Advertiser
TREACY-SHAW.—On the 13th of January, at Pichirichi, North, by the Rev. Father Nevin, Edward Treacy, second son of Mr. Thomas Treacy, Ballinasloe, Ireland, to Mary Jane, eldest daughter of the late Levi Shaw, of Woodside South Australia, Adelaide.
3 March 1876 The Brisbane Courier
To the Worshipful the Juatices of the Peace acting m and for the District of Brisbane, in Queensland
I WILLIAM TRACEY, now residing it the Big Hill, Durundur road, in the District of Brisbane, do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply, at the next Meeting for the granting of Publicans Licenses, to be holden for this district on the 14th da) of March next ensung for a COUNTRY PUBLICANS LICENSE for the Sale of Fermented and Spirit uous Liquor, in the house and appurtenances thereunto belonging, situated at the Big Hill, on the Durundur road, and containing four bed rooms and two sitting rooms, exclusive of those required by my family. The house is my own property, and is at present occupied by me, and is not now licensed, and which I intend to keep under tho sign of "The Bushman s Arms." I am married, and have a family, I have never held a license before.
Given under my hand this 28th day of February, 1876
2807 (Signed) WILLIAM TRACEY
28 October 1899 The Brisbane Courier
THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND.
In the LANDS and GOODS of MARGARET TRACEY, late of Gipps-street, Brisbane, in the Colony of Queensland, Spinster, De- ceased, Intestate.
Notice is hereby given that, after the expiration ot fourteen days from the publication hereof, application will be made to this Honourable Court that ADMINISTRATION of the Real and Personal Estate of the abovenamed Margaret Tracey, decoased, who, died Intestate may be granted to WILLIAM TRACEY, of Hopetoun Hotel Hopetoun, in the Colony of Queensland, Licensed Victualler, Brother of the said deceased.
Dated this Twenty-sixth day of October, A.D. 1899.
J. P. FORDE, Solicitor for the said William Tracey, 78 Queen-street, Brisbane.
9 October 1900 The Brisbane Courier
Electorial District Fortitude Valley
William Tracey, 62 years, Hopetown Hotel Kilcoy, Grasier, Freehold Gipps street resubdiv B of subdiv 26 north-eastern suburban allot 87 Par North Brisbane, 14 Sep 1900
British Civil Service Evidence Of Age
John Joseph Treacy, born 1880 North Melbourne Victoria Australia
17 March 1883 The Sydney Morning Herald
TREACY.-March 14, at Hawthorn, near Melbourne, Victoria. John Treacy, aged 71 years, father of R. B. Treacy, of this city
1 February 1904 The Argus (Melbourne)
TREACY.—On the 30th January, at his residence, Nelson Bay-road, Waverley, Sydney, Richard Bradley, second son of the late John Treacy, Hawthorn, brother of Kate Treacy and William Treacy, Camberwell, and Henry Alfred Treacy, Fiji.
TREACY.—On the 30th January, at Waverley, Sydney, Richard B., second son of the late John Treacy, of Hawthorn, Victoria, aged 56.
14 July 1911 The Sydney Morning Herald
TREACY.-July 13, at Suva, Fiji, Henry Alfred Treacy, aged 60 yeans
18 July 1911 The Argus (Melbourne)
TREACY. —On the 12th July, at Suva, Fiji, Henry Alfred Treacy, son of the late John Treacy, of Hawthorn, brother to W Treacy, of Melbourne, and Kate Treacy, of Sydney, aged 60 years. (By cable.)
October 5, 1883 The Colonies and India (London)
...Melbourne...Mr. P.A. Tracey
...Bombay...Lieut C.E. Tracey
Patrick Tracey (b. 1863 Co. Wicklow d. November 19, 1918 in Bombala, NSW) m. of Amy Constance Cootes December 30, 1891 in St. Matthias' Church of England, Bombala, NSW
4 November 1893 Freeman's Journal
The Evicted Tenants Fund... Francis Treacy, Willcannia, as NSW
June 25, 1898 The Catholic Journal
Fermanagh. Patrick Treacy, who left Aughoo about 1864, for Australia, and who is supposed to be somewhere on the Pacific slope, is sought after by his friends in Ireland His cousin, Peter Cosgrove would be pleased to learn of his whereabouts.
1 November 1916 The Argus (Melbourne)
STRUGNELL.-In loving memory of my dear daughter, Ada Strungnell, who died at Coburg on the 1st November, 1915.
We cannot see your face, dear Ada, Your voice we cannot hear,
But with Jesus in Heaven, whose glory you share, ln that beautiful mansion you roam,
And there so fair, free from sorrow and care, You are waiting to welcome us home.
-(Inserted by her loving mother, M. A. Treacy.)
STRUGNELL.-In loving memory of our dear sister Ada, who died at Coburg, November 1, 1915.
Just when her life was brightest,
Just when our hopes were best,
She was called from this world of sorrow To a horne of eternal rest.
Died, beloved by all.
-(inscribed by, her loving brother and sister, George Treacy, Auckland, N.Z. ; Minnie Trim, Perth, W.A.)
1 November 1921 The Argus (Melbourne)
STRUGNELL-TREACY.-In loving memory of my dear daughter, Ada Strugnell, died 1st November, 1915; also my dear husband, John Treacy, died 11th December, 1881.
Sadly missed. (Mother.)
STRUGNELL-TREACY.-In loving memory of our dear sister, Ada Strugnell, died 1st November, 1915; also our dear father, died 11th December, 1881. Reunited. (George Treacy and Minnie Trim.)
15 May 1918 Cairns Post (Qld)
Corporal Treacy Gassed. Mrs. K. Treacy, Grimshaw-street, has been advised that her son, Corporal T. F. Treacy, of the 15th Field Ambulance, France, has been gassed.
Thomas Francis Treacy
The personal diary of Thomas Francis Treacy kept during the First World War. It records his journey from Cairns 29th January 1916 to Europe and details action in the war to the last entry 16 January 1919. Private Treacy enlisted aged 25 in January 1916. He served with the 15th Field Ambulance Brigade in France. He was admitted to hospital with gas poisoning in April 1918 before returning to his unit where he remained until returning to Australia in 1919.
...He returned to Australia in July 1919 and married Gloria Philippa McPherson in 1924, together they had five children....
30 January 1939 Cairns Post
Mr. Thomas Francis Treacy.
Thomas Francis Treacy, many years ago a very prominent athlete in Cairns, having taken a keen interest in football, cricket and footrunning, passed away after a long illness in the Rosemount Military Hospital, Brisbane, yesterday morning. Prior to the Great War he was one of the leading sportsmen of this city. He voluntered to fight for his country and after his return he suffered from the effects of the war.
Deceased was a son of Mrs. K. Treacy, of Grimshaw-street, Cairns, and the late Mr. Thomas Treacy. His brother is Mr. Moss Treacy and his sisters are Mrs. Ivy M. Forward and Miss L. Treacy, of Cairns. He leaves a wife and a family of five, who reside in Brisbane. The funeral took place yesterday.
May 10, 1922 (FJ) Boxing In America
Jim Tracy, the Australian heavyweight...Tracy's objective is to battle his way to a bout with Jack Dempsey for the world's title.
Nov 16, 1922 (FJ) Munster
Death of a Redemptorist - News has reached his relatives of the death at Perth, Western Australia of Rev. Cornelius Treacy, CSSR, who waw born near Loughgar, Co. Limerick in 1877, was ordained in 1904, and went to Australia in 1911.
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...
17 Feb 1933 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.)
CHURCH DISPUTE. PRIEST AND LAYMEN CONCERNED
Trouble Due to Misunderstanding:.
DENILIQUIN (NSW), Thursday.
In the police court to-day a case was called in which the Right Rev. Monsignor Michael Joseph Treacy, of St Michael's Roman Catholic Church Deniliquin was proceeded against by Patnck William Maher, a for mer mayor of Deniliquin on a charge of having used insulting words inside the church on January 1. A further charge was laid by Maher against Monsignor Treacy of having used abusive language out side the church on the same day. Maher also charged Monsignor Treacy with having unlawfully assaulted him and James Michael Maher, son of Patick William Maher, also laid a charge against Monsig nor Treacy of having used insulting words. A counter-summons was issued by Mon signor Treacy against J. M. Maher that he had allegedly used insulting words on Jan uary 1. On the application of Mr Eugene Gorman. K.C. (instructed by Messrs Sullivan and Kelly), who appeared for Mon signor Treacy, and of Mr. J. Y. Davidson (for Maher) Mr. G. Johnstone, P.M., agreed to strike the cases out.
Mr Gorman said that Mr. Maher and Monsigno Treacy desired the cases to be stuck out ,accompanied by the following statement Mr. Gorman said:-
"The two parties are members of the one congregation. Both are very estimable people, each affectcd with a certain strong will of his own. It is a blend of classic simplicity and Celtic expansiveness. The dispute arose at the church among the congregation concerned. In consequence of the dis turbance of his church services at a time which was regarded as very sacred, Monsignor Treacy wrongly considered that Mr Maher had deliberately left the church at the time. In consequence, certain remonstrances were instituted in the course of which the cause of mutual complaint occurred. Monsignor Treacy wished to say that from the information in his possession he now realised that Mr. Maher had no intention what ever of deliberately disturbing the services. It was a misapprehension on his part, which he was unable to correct at the time. Things which ensued included the stopping of Mr. Maher from entering the church. This was based on something which Monsignor Treacy thought to be a fact, but which he knew now was not. He had been under a misapprehension, and now wished to express his regret to Mr. Maher. Mr Maher wished to say that any expression which he be used under provocation arose through a misunderstanding.
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...
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 College, 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 May 1938 Riverine Herald (Echuca, Vic.)
Tho death occurred in Ireland, last Friday, of the Rt. Rev. Monsignor Treacy, of Doniliquln, who was well and favorably known In Echuca and district.
The deceased prelate left Australia a few months ago on a visit to Ireland, in the hope that the trip would improve his health, following a serious accident in Melbourne last year. The late Monsignor studied for the priesthood in Ireland, and 56 years ago he came to Australia and was stationed for practically the whole of that time in the Hay and Denlliquln districts. He was also Vicar-general In Wilcannla Diocese for some time. He also held tho very high honor of being a Prothonotary Apostolic, be stowed upon him by His Holiness The Pope.
The decensed was 84 years of ago, and he will be mourned by a very wide circle of his parishioners and members of the Protestant donomina tions. A man of outstanding ability, he possessed: a genial personality, and although outspoken at times ho al ways took a broad view of life and a sympathetic understanding for those who differed with him.
1938-39 All Hallows Annual
It was granted to Monsignor Michael J. Treacy, P.P., of Deniliquin, Wilcannia-Forbes, to die in Ireland after more than half a century of priestly work in Australia. The privilege of dying in Holy Ireland was not sought by him. He was still active and vigorous and had merely come to visit some relatives. Despite his apparent health and energy, the long journey must have taxed his strength and the end came in May, 1938.
We cull the following from the obituary notice that appeared in the Melbourne Advocate :
“ A native of Roscommon, Monsignor Treacy was eighty-three years of age. Coming to the Australian mission fifty-five years ago, his first labours were in the Goulburn diocese. After four years at Goulburn, he transferred to the diocese of Wilcannia-Forbes, which had just been established, with the late Dr. John Dunne as the first Bishop.
“ Father Treacy, as he then was, was appointed assistant priest at Hay, later becoming pastor. After eleven years at Hay, he went to Deniliquin as parish priest. For forty years he was in charge of the parish—a record seldom equalled. In 1901 he was appointed a Domestic Prelate to the Holy Father with the rank and title of Monsignor— a Papal honour he had held longer than any other living priest in Australia. In 1926 he was appointed a Protonotary Apostolic.
“ A man of very strong personality and force of character, the deceased prelate had a brusquerie and directness of speech and manner which masked his essential kindliness of heart. He had definite opinions, and was not afraid to express them in any company—for he had the courage of these opinions.
“ Many stories are told of Monsignor Treacy, for he was, in many ways, an original, and it is around such striking and picturesque personalities that stories tend to gather.
“ But the best stories, and those by which his memory will most enduringly be kept green, are accounts of his real generosity and genuine, impulsive kindness. Living as he did so long in the West and Far West of New South Wales, he knew many types of people—and all sections of the community respected him. To pastoralists, selectors, bushmen, his was a well-known figure. And not merely a well-known one, for, knowing his true worth, they esteemed him, and not least for the bluff manner that was a mark of his character.
“ A worthy and zealous priest, Monsignor Treacy will be sincerely mourned.”
His Lordship Right Revd. Dr. Fox, Bishop of Wilcannia-Forbes, celebrated a Solemn Pontifical Requiem at the Cathedral in the presence of a large gathering of clergy and laity.
October 17, 2008 The Sydney Morning Herald - Harriet Alexander
Thy will be done - and it took only 70 years
The estate of a Catholic priest who died in 1938 will finally reach the people to whom it was bequeathed after 70 years of legal wrangling and inaction.
The gap between the death of Michael Joseph Treacy and the distribution of his assets is long even by the standards of a legal system marked by seemingly interminable pauses between court dates.
It has outlasted the executor of the estate, several solicitors, the judge who originally ruled on how it should be divided, Mr Treacy's sister, who was the primary beneficiary, and three of the charitable organisations that were to receive legacies after herdeath.
But Justice William Windeyer made orders in the Supreme Court yesterday that the fund - now worth $213,645 - be distributed to most of Mr Treacy's chosen organisations, saying he wished to bring the matter to a conclusion before he retired.
The 23 beneficiaries include the Pope, Catholic priesthoods and churches in Ireland, Italy and four Australian states. The bequests to an orphanage and a home for young mothers, long since gone, have been dispersed to the charitable funds that succeeded them.
Mr Treacy died with assets amounting to £10,312.
His dying wishes were complicated because he promised more than he could afford and his older sister had left him her estate, confusing which assets were his and which he held in trust for his sister.
A judicial enquiry settled that matter in 1948, but further questions over how the funds should be distributed arose, leading to a judge ordering that the disparate claimants be identified and consulted.
The Deniliquin solicitor who had handled the matter until that point "either gave up practising or gave up trying to bring the matter to any conclusion" when faced with this challenge, Justice Windeyer said in yesterday's judgment, and the will lay dormant for 15 years.
There was another burst of activity in 1970 when a new solicitor suggested that since that judge had retired, a new equity judge might make some more practical orders, but the matter petered out again in 1971.
"It might well have been a matter which … was handed to any new solicitor happening to arrive in that office as a new recruit who was told to do something to bring it to a head and failed to do that before he or she left that employment," Justice Windeyer said.
New proceedings were not commenced until last year.
17 dec 1932 (CTr)
...Corofin has lost within the last few seasons other prominent players...Rev A Treacy (Australia)...
Dan Tracey [view file]
An American who was renowned as one of the finest exponents of Irish characterisations and witticisms to tour Australia and New Zealand during the minstrel era from 1885. He was also a specialist clog dancer.
1848-1850 Famine Orphan Girls to Australia
Little Jane 16 Enniskillen, Fermanagh Mary RC PRONI BG14/G/5 (3000) 13 yr old, Union at large, entered workhouse with mother Mary 54 yr old widow and William 14 yr old on 16 May 1848. She left 3 Oct 1849. Empl. Richard Tracey, Port Office, £6, 12 mths., apprentice. For an example of an apprentice's indenture see Barefoot & Pregnant? vol.2, p.32.
Conaughton/Coulaghan Catherine 17 Galway NA RC Empl. RM Tracey Newtown £10 6 mths.
Kenny Johanna 17 Temple Shambo, Wexford NA RC Empl. Richard Tracey, Collingwood, £8, 3 mths.
Hughes Mary 15 Tipperary NA RC Empl. Honor Tracey, Little Lonsdale St., £6, 2 yrs.
Griffin Biddy 15 New Ross, Wexford NA RC Empl. Dennis Tracey, cooper, Little Lonsdale St., £10, 12mths.
MacDowal/McDowal Catherine 16 Fermanagh NA CofE Empl. John Tracey, farmer, Richmond, £9, 3 mths.
McCabe Mary Ann 17 Enniskillen, Fermanagh NA RC PRONI BG14/G/5 (41) servant, out of place, Union at large, entered workhouse 2 January 1849, left 26 Oct 1849. Empl. John Treacy, Richmond, £10, 6 mths.
TRACY, William de T., Sale, 1863, has been in government service for ten years, for Clerk of Petty Sessions there, 7 pages, List 35.
TRACY, William De Y. Sale, 1856, for Clerk of Petty Sessions, 4 pages, List 40.
Context and Mission of Catholic Schools 150 years after Edward Tracey
...Around the time the widow Girard was acquiring the Lismore station, Fr Timothy McCarthy was serving as first parish priest of the district and Mr Edward Tracey was establishing the first Catholic school on the North Coast. In 1860, on the corner of Skinner and Ryan Streets here in Grafton, he opened his little school in a weatherboard church with a few children and himself as the teacher...When Edward Tracey established his school it was not unusual for a sole operator, with no formal qualifications, little or no accountability and resources no better than a roof and a blackboard, to set up a shingle as a school...
N.S.W. Railways' Salaried Officers as at 31 December 1887
Thos. Treacy, b. 14/1/1865, Traffic Branch, G.N.R., West Maitland, 3rd Class District Clerk, 31/3/1880, 1/8/1883, 125
Midwives in Western Australia - Supplement to the Government Gazette of Western Australia, 7 February 1913.
Eliza Tracey: Perth
Mount Magnet is an old Western Australian gold rush town...
John Denis Treacey bur 3 Aug 1937 – age 32
ASH, Mrs. Margaret, wife of Frank, wrote in 1892 from Providence Rhode Island, re her brother John TRACY, whom she has not seen in 29 years. 1 page, List 3.
1894/5 Mr Alfred Martin Treacy - Transfer from Public Service to Naval Forces [See Royal Navy]
LILLIS, Lance Corporal Richard, of R.E. Cairo, Egypt, wrote in 1895 re Patrick O’SULLIVAN, who died at Sandringham. He seeks information about the circumstances on behalf of relatives, mother, two sisters and a brother in Ireland, another brother and sister in U.SA. It was believed O’Sullivan was wealthy. Report gives true story. His body had been identified by Daniel TRACEY of Brunswick. 5 pages, List 30.
BRUNT, Mrs. Allen. Wrote two letters from Burwood near Sydney in 1903; she had seen a newspaper report of a Kate MORGAN deserting her adopted child and wonders if this is her sister Kate Margaret HALL, who is ‘mentally afflicted’ and was last heard of going to Melbourne. Police report it is not the same person – Morgan was the wife of a farmer at Nar Nar Goon, and her maiden name was TREACY. 8 pages, List 6.
1904 Specifications for registration of patent by Enoch Spiller and Thomas Waters Treacy titled - The Spiller Treacy Mining and Health Apparatus - Patent not registered
18 June 1904 The Sydney Morning Herald
A wedding was celebrated at St. Vincent's Church, Ashfield, on the 1st instant, when Mr. Alfred Treacy, only son of Mr. D. J. Treacy of Picton, was married to Misa Katie Collins, second daughter of the late Mr. Phillp Collins, of Bega. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Byrn, In the presence of a large number of friends. The bride wore white Japanese silk, trimmed with chiffon and white jet ornaments, and a wreath of orange blossoms and veil. She also carried a lovely shower I bouquet, and wore a cable bangle, the 'gifts of the bridegroom. Miss Alicia Collins (sister) was chief bridesmaid, and wore cream voile, with lace and chiffon, and a black picture hat. She carried a crook, ornamented with flowers and buttercup streamers, which latter, with a gold chased cable bangle, were the gifts of the bridegroom. Miss Thelma Schick (niece) acted as train boarer, in crenm silk, with a wreath of blue and white flowers, and a gold cable bangle, the gift of tho 'bridegroom, and Master Clarence Hatterly, as page, also In cream, and was presented with a sliver cup from the bridegroom. Mr. Dennis Treacy, Jun., acted as best man. After the ceremony the guests adjourned to the residence of the bride's mother, where a few intimate friends were entertained. Later the happy couple left for Katoomba, where the honeymoon was spent. The bride's travelling dress was blue tweed, with a picture hat, The presents were numerous and costly.
Mercantile Navy list and Maritime directory
1904 Sawmiller, Sydney NSW 1896, Gunblower Island, 1894, Wood, John W. Treacy, Gunblower, Victoria
1923 Valencia, Sydney NSW, 7 tons, Harold B. Treacy, "Taviuni" Bronte Rd, Waverley, Sydney, NSW.
TREACY, T.P., of Collingwood, to adopt Margaret Nancy DOBINSON, child of Elsie, in 1905. 7 pages, List 7.
CAHILL, Miss Mollie, of Cork Ireland, wrote in 1913 re her uncle James Cahill, born in 1854 and formerly of Mallow, who went to Melbourne years ago, also her sister Mrs TRACEY. Police find James served in the Victorian police force, but left in 1879 and can’t be located. 8 pages, List 12.
Thomas Tracey of Woodford, Queensland March 1915
Young Thomas Tracey joined the AIF later in 1915, in the same year of this photograph. Thomas used his mother's maiden name O'Sullivan to enlist. He was wounded in France and lost his right foot during the War. He was born 27 July 1896. (Description supplied with photograph.)
State Library of QLD
1 November 1915 The Sydney Morning Herald
TREACY - The friends of Mr DANIEL JOSEPH TREACY are kindly invited to attend his Funeral; to move from his late residence, 24 Mullens street, Balmain To Day, Monday, at 12.30pm , for Rookwood Cemetery W N Bull, Funeral Director
TREACY - The friends of Mrs SUSAN TREACY are kindly invited to attend the funeral of her late husband; to move from his residence 24 Mullens street, Balmain, To Day, Monday, at 12 30 p.m. for Rookwood Cemetery. W N Bull, Funeral Director
TREACY - The friends of Mr and Mrs Alfred J TREACY are kindly invited to attend the funeral of their late dearlv loved FATHER, Daniel Joseph Treacy; to move from his late residence, 24 Mullens Street, Balmain, To Day, Monday, at 12.30 p.m. for Rookwood Cemetrery. W.N. Bull. Funeral Director
TREACY - The friends of Mr DENIS TREACY are kindly invited to attend the funeral of his late dearly loved BROTHER, Daniel Joseph Treacy, to Fix this text move from his late residence, 24 Mullens Street, Balmain,
1917 Pugh's Almanac & Queensland Directory
1918-1941 Merchant Navy Seamen
Harry Thomas Tracy, b. 1905 New South Wales Australia
Tracy, Pte, Albert James, 1672. 45th Bn Australian Inf. Died of wounds 28th Feb 1917, age 32. Son of Robert Thomas and Catherine Tracy. Native of Coonabarabran, New South Wales. V. D. 28.
East Maitland General Cemetery
Treacy John 19 Nov 1918 80y h/Margaret; father RC 24
Treacy Margaret 23 Nov 1918 81y w/John; mother RC 24
Treacy John Francis 7 Apr 1938 60y son/John & Margaret RC 24
Treacy John William 15 Feb 1924 9 Mar 1989 65y QX55952 Gnr; husband; father; gf Mth O
TRACEY: Augustine C: m Bridget M.A. (Delia) LYCET/ LYSAGHT, at Ipswich, Queensland, 1891. Children born (1893-1907) Pauline; Sylvia M.A.; Cyril J.L. (m Yvonne E.O.H. STRANTZHN 1927); Augustine J. (m Laurie A. ANDERSON 1930) and Veronica. Descendants believed to have lived in northern suburbs of Sydney and also Maclean (NSW). Seeking information for family history. Contact Joanne Mitchell, 4 Darling Street, East Geelong, Victoria 3219. (Published 26JUL2000)
13 March 1926 The Register (Adelaide)
BUTLER (me Treacy): — On the 3rd March, at Rose Park Private Hospital. Kensington road, Rose Park; to Mr. and Mrs. A. Butler, 4 Fisher street. Norwood — a. son (Edward James).
23rd October 1926 The Tablet
The Acta. The latest number of the Acta Apostolicae Sedis has Apostolic Letters by which the Benedictine Priory of Ryde is erected into an Abbey sui juris; the Vicariate Apostolic of Suanhwafu is taken from the Vicariate Apostolic of Pekin and entrusted to native Chinese clergy; St. John of the Cross is declared a Doctor of the Universal Church. Among nominations are: Protonotary Apostolic ad instar Mgr. Michael Joseph Treacy, of Wilcannia-Forbes;...
November 06, 1931 (IP) Death
Treacy - Nov. 5th 1931, at Marlenella, Rathgar, the Very Rev. Wm. Treacy, CSSR, Rector, brother of Rev. B. Treacy, CSSR, Dundalk, and Rev. J. Treacy CSSR, Australia. Deeply regretted. Remains will be removed to-day (Friday) to Maiens street Station for 5.30 pm train to Dundalk. Funeral after 11 o'clock Mass, Dundalk, on Saturday morning.
14th November 1931 The Tablet
A Redemptorist Loss.—The Redemptorists in Ireland have suffered a loss by the death of the Rev. William Treacy, one of three priest brothers in that Congregation, the others being Father Brendan Treacy, of Dundalk, and Father John Treacy, who for many years past has laboured in Australia. Father William Treacy, a native of Birr, was ordained in 1909, and had served in a number of Redemptorist centres. He was a fluent Gaelic speaker, and liad given missions, not only in Ireland's ancient tongue, but also in Scottish Gaelic to Catholics living in the Hebrides. For the last three years of his life he had been rector at Rathgar, where death took place.
Tracey/Treacy family in Cooma
I am researching a new line of the Tracey (Treacy) family who were in Cooma between 1860-1890 and possibly continued to live there after this date. My link is to Thomas Treacy who married Margaret Scully in 1860 in Cooma. There were 12 children who I have listed below. There is also a James Treacy (married to Julia) and a Bridget Treacy who may be related to Thomas.
The children are generally listed as "Tracey" from the mid 1860's onwards.
Does anyone have any links to this family, or suggestions where I can find more information on pioneer families in Cooma?
Children of Thomas and Margaret
i. Ellen Tracey, born 1862 in Cooma.
ii. Thomas P Tracey, born 1864 in Cooma.
iii. Mary Tracey, born 1866 in Cooma; died 1880 in Burrowa.
iv. Patrick Tracey, born 1869 in Cooma;
v. Mathew Tracey, born 1871 in Cooma.
vi. Sarah Tracey, born 1875 in Cooma.
vii. Johanna Tracey, born 1877 in Cooma.
viii. Julia Tracey, born 1879 in Cooma.
ix. James Tracey, born 1881 in Cooma.
x. Clare Tracey, born 1884 in Cooma; died 1885.
xi. Timothy John Tracey, born 1884 in Cooma; died 1941
xii. John J Tracey, born 1887 in Nimitybelle.
Susan MacAlpine View profile Jul 24 1999
Josephus Tracey (s. of Johannis Tracey & Mariannae of Queensland) of 28 Upr Lane St m. Matilda Savage (d. Andrei Savage & Mariannae of 22 Lr Candem St) of 22 Lr Candem St on 15 February 1865 Wit: Thoma Dunne of Fin??? & Eliza Byrne of 83 Jo??? St Nicholas parish Dublin
I am searching for information on these two individuals:
Eliza, from Dublin via Hobart Town arrived 24 November 1833 Sydney
Passengers from Ireland...Arthur Tracey, whitesmith, and Jane Tracey...
25 November 1833 The Sydney Herald (NSW)
Arthur Trasey & Jane (Hunter)
Amelia Tracey bapt. 20 Dec 1836 St. Andrews, Sydney, Cumberland, New South Wales, Australia [Hunter]
Isabella Trasey bapt. 17 Feb 1839 Scots Church, St. Andrews, Sydney, Cumberland, New South Wales [Hunter]
George Frederick Tracey b. 26 Apr 1842 bapt. 29 May 1842 St. Philip, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Alfred Trasey b. 15 July 1844 bapt. 11 Aug 1844 St. Philips, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Mary Jane Trasy b. 20 Sep 1846 bapt. 26 Oct 1846 St Andrews Sydney N.S.W. Ausl [Hunter]
Jessy Trasey b. 18 Mar 1849 batp. 24 Apr 1849St Andrews Sydney N.S.W. Ausl [Hunter]
Helen Trasey bapt. 08 Aug 1851 St. Andrews Scots Church, Cumberland, Kew & Wales, New South Wales, Australia [Hunter]
Horatio Tracy b. 25 May 1853 bapt. 15 Jul 1853 Saint Andrew, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Camperdown Cemetery, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia,
Jane Trasey, wife of Athur Trasey & mother of Emma Creer, died 17th Oct 1868 aged 55 years
Ada Trasey, youngest daughter, D. 5th July 1861 age 1 year & 7 months
Arthur Trasey died 31st July 1889 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, aged 74, Camperdown Cemetery
Capt Henry Creer, Died 20th Sept 1898 aged 59 years
Emma Creer, wife D. 7th Oct 1860, aged 23 years
John or William Treacy (d. Carlow, Ireland) & Anne Hovenden (d. 1853)
Son William Treacy Born June 21, 1845 in Melbourne, Australia; died August 10, 1918 in Prarahn, Victoria
Who married Marian Bartlam
[Note: Lease of twenty acres of land in lower Ballylehane [Killabban Laois] from Henry Hovenden to William Treacy]
Hugh Tracey and Ann White
Mary Tracey born c1830 Queens County (Laois) IRE, married Joseph Boyd in 1854 in Victoria, Australia. Her parents were Hugh Tracey and Ann White.
Pauline Turner May 14, 2013
Elizabeth Tracey & Andrew Dollar
15. Andrew DOLLAR; born 27 May 1791 Kirkintilloch Dumbartonshire Scotland. Bap 19 June, 1791 (see birth extract Scotlandspeople.gov.uk19/6/1791 Dollar, Andrew Births 498/00200246 Kirkintilloch). Subsequently moved to Jamaica. Merchant of the Parish of St Ann’s in the Island of Jamaica died 1872. Will dated 9 May 1833 probate entered 30 September 1872 in Kingston, Jamaica. Renunciation of Executors and Trustee dated 3 October 1836 also shows named children. Married Elizabeth Tracey had child (James) with her
James; born abt 1831 Jamaica son of Andrew Dollar & Elizabeth TRACEY died 1869 Victoria, Australia aged 38, occupation labourer. Arrived in Victoria abt 1865.
John Treacy m. Mary Margaret Hogan (b. Clare) 1864 (LDS) [John Treacy m. Mary Hogan (d. of Martin Hogan) 07 Jun 1865 Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia]
John Thomas b. 1865 (LDS)
Mary Ellen b. 1867 (LDS)
Alfred Martin b. 1869 (LDS)
James Michael b. abt 1871 (LDS)
Margaret Matilda b. abt 1873 (LDS)
Blanche Sarah b. abt 1875 (LDS)
Cornelius Denis b. abt 1877 (LDS)
22 May 1869 Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers (Melbourne)
TREACY. — On the 28th April at the Crown Hotel, Newstead, the wife of Mr John Treacy, of a son. Both doing well.
7 July 1890 The Argus (Melbourne)
Deaths...Treacy.-Mr J. Treacy, late of Newstead, by drowning.
15 June 1883 The Argus (Melbourne)
...Newstead Police Court...At the same court, John Anglin, inspector of excise, sued John Treacy for placing inferior spirit in bottles bearing superior trade marks. There were three charges against the defendant. Mr. Mansfield Bruce, an export, deposed that the contents of No. 1 bottle was a firy raw spirit, very inferior, and 82·8deg. under proof, No. 2 was a bad liquor, 26·3deg. under proof, and No. 3 was very bad and firy, 24·3deg. under proof. On the first charge defendant was fined £5 ; on the second 10s., and on the third £5, with costs amounting to £12 19s. 6d. The liquors were ordered to be confiscated.
Treacey John Newstead 1884-85 Wise's Post Office Directory
Treacey John Newstead 1888-1889 Wise's Post Office Directory
Treacy John Newstead Newstead State School Register
Treacy John Crown Hotel Newstead 1877-1885 Newstead Licensing Court
Treacy Miss C Crown Hotel Newstead 1899-1900 Wise's Post Office Directory
4 August 1888 The Argus (Melbourne)
THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.
...J. Kyd, J. C House, J. M'Guinness, J. Sheehan, and J. Treacy to be trustees of the racecourse, Newstead...
Crown Hotel - Lyons Street
The first business on this site was a Bakery commenced by Joseph Day in 1857. His plans for a brewery seem to have been abandoned in favour of an hotel (or licensed store) - ’The Ship Inn’. Named ‘Crown’, it seems, by the new owner, John Treacy (previously the mounted police constable) after his purchase in December 1866.
19 October 1894 The Argus (Melbourne)
GOLD DISCOVERY AT NEWSTEAD. FOURTEEN CLAIMS ALREADY PEGGED OUT. NEWSTEAD, THURSDAY. A very rich discovery of gold was made about two miles from here to-day du) by a young man named C. Treacy, who has working for the past week or so prospecting near Johnson's paddock, Sandy Creek. The find is on a line supposed to be a continuation of the old Welshman's Reef, which a number of years ago yeilded something like 20oz to the ton. The specimens brought into town to-day were very rich and 14 claims were peggid out today.
Newstead Newstead and District Historical Society: newsletter APRIL 2010:
Cornelius (Con) Treacy, soldier in Boer War p2.
Newstead Newstead and District Historical Society: newsletter May 2004:
Con Treacy was a stockbroker based in Newstead and promoter of the mine in 1900. The outbreak of the Boer War at that time saw Con enlist to serve and newspaper articles reveal how patriotic the people were and how popular a figure Con was. He returned the next year safely although his horse had been killed. However he then returned to South Africa as he had arranged to get a position with the diamond mines in the Kimberley.
7 February 1900 Bendigo Advertiser (Vic)
A Newstead VOLUNTEER. Newstead, 6th February,
A most enthusiastic farewell was tendered Mr. C. Treacy, of this town, who departs with the Bushmen's Corps en route to South Africa. The district being canvassed, a purse of 30 sovs. was handed to him in consequence.
28 February 1900 The Argus (Melbourne)
THE BUSHMEN'S CORPS FUND...TO BE CORORALS...Con. Treacy, 22, horse dealer, Newstead...
14 January 1901 Bendigo Advertiser (Vic.)
A returned Soldier. Newstead, 10th January.
Newstead was ed lete last evening the occasion being the welcome home of Sergeant Con. Treacy, who left here some 12 months ago with the Victorian Bushmen's Corps to fight in the Boer war. The railway station oa the arrival of the 8.40 train from Melbourne was lined with anxious spectators, there being about 400, all of whom sang "Home, Sweet Home," concluding with three hearty cheers as the warrior alighted from the carriage. He was then carried through the crowd to a buggy, and his fellow comrades
unharnessed the horse, and six of them took hold of the shafts and drew the vehicle at a great rate of speed for about three quarters of a mile to the Crown hotel, where he was again cheered lustily. Sergeant Treacy was, later on in the evening, made the guest, together with his two comrades, Private Walton, of Bendigo, and Private Johnston, both of the first Victorian. Contingent. There was a gathering of about 100 gentlemen, and the chairman was Sir. Geo. M'Kay, manager of the Byron Beef Company. Various toasts vera honored during the evening, whilst vocal and musical items came in their order, the evening proving most enjoyable.
10 August 1938 The Argus (Melbourne)
Captain A. M. Treacy
Paymaster - Captain Alfred Martin Treacy (R.A.N., retired) died at his home, Jandra, Clendon road, Toorak, early yesterday morning. For the last 16 years Captain Treacy had been secretary of the Melbourne Club.
Bom in 1869, he entered the Victorian Navy in 1894, and passed through the ranks of assistant paymaster and pay- master. He accompanied the Victorian Naval contingent to China in 1900. In 1911 he went to England, and was attached to the Admiralty for Instruction. On his return in 1912 he was appointed Director of Naval Stores and Victualling, a post which he held during the war. He also served on the Coal Board, which controlled all supplies of coal and electric power during that period. He was ap- pointed paymaster-captain in 1916.
For a period of 16 months in 1920-21 ho was secretary of the Department of the Navy, and early in 1922 he retired to take up a position as secretary of the Melbourne Club.
He was a patron of the Ex-Naval Men's Association, which will be represented at the funeral.
Captain Treacy's death was unexpected. He is survived by his widow, who Is at present in hospital.
The funeral will leave his home at 3.30 p.m. to-day for the Springvale Crematorium. Arrangements are in the hands of A. A. Sleight Pty. Ltd.
11 August 1938 The Argus (Melbourne)
Captain A. M. Treacy
A large representative gathering at- tended the funeral at the Springvale Crematorium yesterday of Paymaster Captain Alfred Martin Treacy (R.A.N., retired), secretary of the Melbourne Club, who died at his home In Clendon road, Toorak, on Tuesday. The service was conducted by the Moderator-General of the Presbyterian Church of Australia (the Right Rev. Dr. John Mackenzie). Members of the Ex-Naval Men's Association, of which Captain Treacy was a patron, formed a guard of honour from the crematorium gates to the chapel.
The pall-bearers were Major-General Sir Brudenell White, General Sir Harry Chauvel, the President of the Legislative Council (Sir Frank Clarke), Brigadier General J. P. McGlinn, representing the Naval and Military Club; Messrs. Richard Turnbull (president of the Melbourne Club), E. H. Richardson, and J. Staugh- ton, and Paymaster-Commander H. M. Ramsay.
Vlce-Admlral Sir Ragnar Colvin was represented by Paymaster-Captain J. B. Foley, and the Navy Office was represented by the secretary of the Naval Board (Mr. G. L. Macandie), Paymaster-Commander C. A. Parker, and Paymaster-Commander H. M. Ramsay.
The Melbourne Rowing Club was rep- resented by the senior vice-president (Mr. P. Matthews) and the secretary (Mr. F. Watts). Others who attended the funeral Included tile secretary of the Victoria Racing Club (Mr. A. V. Kewney), the starter for the Victoria Racing Club and the Victoria Amateur Turi Club (Mr. Rupert Greene), and Mr. A. Bonville Were, chairman of the Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Co. Ltd.
15 September 1945 Advocate (Burnie, Tas)
Left Estate Valued at £105,424
MELBOURNE, Friday.- Mrs. Alice Keilora Treacy, of Clendon Road, Toorak, who died on July JO, left gross estate, including assets in other States, valued at £105,424. It consists of £100,999 personally and £4425 real estate. She was the widow of Paymaster Captain Alfred Martin Treacy, R.A.N., O.B.E. Bequests include one of £10,000 to tho Commonwealth of Australia to build a chapel at the Flinders Naval Depot in memory of her husband.
Ruby Beatrice Treacy m. Ernest Hubert Stephens Sydney New South Wales (s. of Charles Stephens & Marion Stevens) (d. 08 Jun 1951 Maseru Oranfe Free State South Africa, age 75, b. 1876 Australia)
19 Mar 1954 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW)
Stephens, Ruby Beatrice (Treacy).—March 16, 1954, at Maseru, Basutoland, South Africa, widow of Ernest H. Stephens, O.B.E.
1923 Ellis Island
Thomas A. Treacy, Sydney Australia, 1923, 31 years [31y3m], Com Trav, Friend: F.H. Ya?sechi, 41 Croftdown Rd, Kentish Town, N. to (uncle) Patrick Treacy 2731 Broadway NYC, New York. 5'11.5", fair complexion, bwn hair, blue eyes. b. Ouea Australia.
Wagga Wagga Victoria
Newsletter of the Wagga Wagga and District Historical Society. June-July 1987 No. 247, pp.7-9
The Murrumbidgee Brewery
This was situated on one acre of ground on the Esplanade in Newtown, on the south side of the Woliundry Lagoon and was formerly the site occupied by Crawford and Connelly as coaching stables (now the site of The Old Wagga Brewery). A "capacious" wooden building with reputedly the largest cellar in town, it had been built by Martin Treacy at a cost of three thousand pounds.
Martin Treacy, born In County Roscommon, Ireland in 1817, was a builder by trade. After emigrating to Melbourne on the ship Westminster in 1839, he did commence business as a builder and contractor but soon decided the hotel trade was more lucrative. After making a snail fortune from his hotel at Geelong he took the family on a trip for four years. In 1865 he and his brother, John, turned to brewing and soon won many awards, a Gold Medal for their bulk ale at the London Annual Intercolonial Exhibition of all Fine Arts, Industries and Inventions; a bronze medal at the International Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia for ale and stout in glass in 1876, and a silver medal at the Geelong Industrial Exhibition for light draught ale in 1879/80
He and his sons, Martin and John, started the Murrumbidgee Brewery in 1881. Before long it was servicing the Riverina area; it had a large staff and like Eaton and Co did its own carting. Unlike Batons though it used English malt for its brewing; it obtained its sugars.. from Mauritius and its hops from England, Victoria, Tasmania and New Zealand. Its brewing method was similar to that used by the Batons -
1. On the first floor the malt was ground by passing it through A mill like a large coffee mill. The crushed malt was next mashed in a large tun filled with boiling water for twelve hours. The whole was: then thoroughly agitated until every particle of the malt was brought into contact with the water. After it is sufficiently soaked, the water called "goods", which by then was very sweet, was drawn off into a large vessel called the "underback" from which it was pumped into a huge copper on the second floor.
2. Here the hops were added and the mixture boiled by steam until the hops yielded their aromatic and bitter principles and until the liquor had been concentrated to the extent required by the brewer. It was then run into the "cooler" or refrigerator consisting of a framework or tray of forty copper tubes, each one having above it a ridge of metal with a serrated edge, similar to an ordinary saw. Cold water was continually running through these pipes, and as the hot "worts" as they were termed, dropped upon the tubes they gradually became cool The water used in cooling the copper pipes was then discharged into a tank on the ground floor where it was used for cleansing the casks etc. The cooling room was fitted with louvre blinds so arranged that the draught could be controlled according to the state of the weather. From the refrigerator the liquid ran into the fermenting vat where it was mixed with the yeast. The whole contents of the tun began to pass into a state of commotion, much gas was evolved, and this, tending to escape, caused a frothing on the surface called the "rocks" from the irregular. mountainous appearance of the masses of froth piled on each other.
3. When fermented it was placed in casks like hogsheads called "rounds" where the remaining traces of fermentation proceeded and the beer became fined down and clear, when it was at once placed in the casks in which it was sent into market.
Like at Eatons a large cooperage was attached. There was also a bottling rack nearby and a double action force pump by which water was either drawn from the well which was thirty feet deep and five feet wide or, for cleaning purposes, from the Woflundry Lagoon, on the other side of the Esplanade.
On January 28, 1896 the Murrumbidgee Brewery was completely destroyed by fire. Martin Treacy sen had died less than two weeks before the fire and had left his share of the business to his daughter, Kathleen had after the death of his wife in 1891. Martin's son, John had died in 1881 and it was strongly suspected that Martin junior, who had been seen leaving the premises just before the fire, had burnt it down to obtain the insurance of over two thousand pounds. However the jury at the Inquest was unable to reach a decision and the depositions were forwarded to the Crown Law Department.
Martin Treacy. Born in county Rosscommon, Ireland, in 1817. Served apprenticeship to building trade in Dublin. Emigrated in 1839 on Westminster, landing in Melbourne, Victoria. Commenced business as a builder and contractor. Married Catherine Dowling. Moved to Geelong and built and ran a hotel; became wealthy; and took family on a trip to Europe for four years. Returned to Geelong in 1861 and four years later started business as a brewer, winning many prizes. Moved to Wagga Wagga in 1881 with sons, John and Martin, and started the Murrumbidgee Brewery in the Esplanade. Lived in Best Street, Wagga Wagga. Died in January 1896; buried at Geelong (WWA May 16, 1893; and Jan 18, 1896; Morris NWWDHS No.247 June/July 1987; and Morris The Brewing Industry in Wagga). Children: John Thomas; Richard (Assistant to the Government Statistician, Victoria); Patrick (retired civil servant); Martin (Wagga Wagga); Mary, (a nun); and Kathleen (Wagga Wagga)
Catherine Treacy. Wife of Martin; daughter of Major Dowling of Castle Connell, County Limerick. Emigrated with her brother, Richard, a well known contractor in Melbourne, Victoria, in 1838. Died in 1891.
Martin Augustine Treacy. Son of Martin. Brewer, Wagga Wagga. Brewery destroyed by fire in January 1896; arson suspected (WWA Jan 30, 1896; Feb 4, 1896; and Feb 8, 1896).
John Thomas Treacy. Son of Martin. Brewer. Genial good hearted man. Died in January 1887 at the age of forty (WWA Jan 22 & 25, 1887)
1.1.5 Martin Augustus [see Roscommon and picture above] (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)
18.104.22.168 Richard (c1842-1910)
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.
Richard Nicholas Dowling Tracey & Madelene Amy Walton
22.214.171.124.1 Richard Eustace Sarsfield Marie Tracey (b. 15 Jul 1883 bapt. 09 Sep 1883 St Paul, Coburg, Victoria, Australia d. 1973) m. Annie Grace Bruce
126.96.36.199.1.1 Eustace Richard Tracey (b. 23 February 1910 Windsor Victoria Australia d. 30 August 1998 Elsternwick Victoria Australia)
Major General the Hon Justice Richard Ross Sinclair Tracey, AM RFD 1999, OC. LLB (Hons), LLM (Melb.), LLM (Illinois).
He was born in Melbourne the 18 August 1948 the son of Eustace Richard and Jean Eason Tracey. On 16 May 1975 he married Hilary Frances Cain and they had four children: Jack, Philip, Fiona and Rosemary.
He was educated at Melbourne High School. He graduated from the University of Melbourne as a Master of Laws and also holds the degree of Master of Laws from the University of Illinois. Between 1972 and 1987 he taught at the Law School of the University of Melbourne. He was called to the New South Wales Bar in 1975 and the Victorian Bar in 1982. He took silk in 1991. On 24 July 2006 Richard Ross Sinclair Tracey RFD QC was sworn in as a judge of the Federal Court of Australia.
He has over 35 years military experience, beginning with his involvement in the Australian Army Legal Corp, holding the ranks of Captain, Major, Lieutenant Colonel, Colonel, Brigadier and Major General. In 1985, Justice Tracey was appointed as a Judge Advocate and Defence Force Magistrate and he became a Reviewing Judge Advocate in 1990. In 1997, Justice Tracey was awarded the Reserve Force Decoration medal in recognition of his years of diligent service in the Defence Force. He was Deputy Judge Advocate General (Army), in 2006 and 2007, and has been Judge Advocate General of the Australian Defence Force since 2007. The Hon. Justice Richard Tracey was appointed President of the Defence Force Discipline Appeal Tribunal on 16 February 2009.
Between 1970-1972 his Honour was Associate to Sir Richard Eggelston, a judge of the Commonwealth Industrial Court. Between 1972-1987 he held various academic positions within the Faculty of Law in the University of Melbourne. He was Sub-Dean of the Faculty between 1977-1980.
On 20 January 1975 his Honour was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory. He was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria on 1 May 1975 and as a Barrister of the Supreme Court of New South Wales on 3 June 1975. He signed the roll of counsel in Victoria on 1 February 1982. In his first year at the Victorian Bar he read with Mr A G Uren QC. He practised mainly in the areas of constitutional law, administrative law and industrial law. He took Silk in Victoria in 1991 and, in 1993, became one of the first Senior Counsel appointed in New South Wales. During his time at the Victorian Bar he was actively involved in its affairs. He chaired his List Committee for over 10 years and was also chair of the public law section of the Commercial Bar Association. He represented the Bar on various external bodies.
After he moved to the Bar full time in 1987 his Honour maintained his interest in legal education. He continued to teach on a part-time basis and was a visiting fellow in the Faculty of Law between 1995-1998. Between 1997-2003 he was a member of the Legal Profession Tribunal in Victoria. He was a Hearing Commissioner of the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Committee between 1997-2000. Between 2001-2003 he was Senior Counsel assisting the Royal Commission into the Building and Construction Industry. He has published a large number of books and articles on administrative law and industrial law.
His Honour’s recreational interests include bushwalking, reading and supporting the Collingwood Football Club.
He was named in the Australia Day Honours List February 2014 for exceptional service in the field of military law, as a consultant for the Director o Army Legal Services, and as Judge Advocate General of the Australian Defence Force. Later in the year, he became a fellow of the Australian Academy of Law.
188.8.131.52 Patrick (1843-1921)
184.108.40.206 Mary (1845-1936)
Iona Presentation College is a prestigious independent, day and boarding school for girls, located in Mosman Park, an affluent suburb of Perth, Western Australia. Treacey House is named after Mother Angela Treacey, one of the founding Sisters.
Mary Brigid Treacey (Mother Angela) (1845-1936)
In March 1874, in response to an urgent appeal from Bishop Lanigan of Goulburn for religious communities of women for his diocese, five Presentation Sisters under the leadership of Mother John Byrne, left Kildare, Ireland, for the mission at Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. Mt. Erin Presentation Convent Wagga Wagga, was officially opened in 1876. On 15 August 1877 the first Australian born postulant entered. She was Mary Brigid Treacey (Mother Angela), a highly educated, musically talented woman who was then 32 years of age. She was destined to become the foundress of two independent communities - Hay in 1883 and Southern Cross in 1900 - and eventually the foundress of the Perth Congregation of Presentation Sisters.
In 1900, Mother Angela Treacy, an Australian, led five Presentation Sisters from Hay in New South Wales to the goldfields at Southern Cross at the request of Bishop Matthew Gibney who was very short of teachers for his schools since government aid had ceased in 1895. The sisters arrived in Albany onboard RMS Orizba before setting out on the two-day train trip to Southern Cross where it seemed that the priest had forgotten they were coming.
As the annalist wrote: “Our hearts were sad indeed when we saw the fields of our labours.” However, by the end of 1900, 100 children were enrolled in the school and a good beginning had been made. A postulant joined them there and they remained until 1904 with some moving to the mining town of Collie in 1902.
220.127.116.11 John (1846-1886)
18.104.22.168 Kathleen (1848-1908)
22.214.171.124 Martin (1851-1935)
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)
Died November 12, 1957 in Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia
126.96.36.199 Andrew (1851-1854)
188.8.131.52 Thomas (1853-1854)
James Treacy. Born in Beechworth, Victoria. Moved to Wagga Wagga with his parents at the age of ten. Married Sarah Ann Woods. Champion pigeon shot at Wagga Wagga in the 1890s. Died at the Gundagai Hospital in January 1922 at the age of fifty-six (DA Jan 20, 1922) . Children: Bert; Charles; Fred; Eileen; John Henry A. ("Jack); and Jim.
Sarah Ann Treacy. Wife of James; daughter of James Woods. Born near Maitland, New South Wales, in 1870. Tailoress, Wagga Wagga. Died in June 1941 at the age of seventy-one (DA June 30, 1941; and July 4, 1941)
Jim Treacy. Son of James. Enlisted during World War I; aviator; captain.
John Henry A. ("Jack") Treacy. Son of James. Enlisted on July 3, 1916 during World War I; lieutenant; attached to 69th Squadron, the Royal Flying Corps (AWM Nominal Roll; and DA June 3, 1918); seems to have died of wounds in 1919 (DA July 4, 1941)
James Treacy & Sarah Anne Wood
John Henry Arther Treacy b. 13 Jul 1895 bapt. 03 Oct 1895 St. Michael's, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia (LDS)
James Edward Treacy b. 27 Mar 1897 bapt. 24 Jun 1897 St. Michael's, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia (LDS)
Ida Treacy b. 17 Mar 1898 bapt. 13 Oct 1898 St. Michael's, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia (LDS)
Albert William Francis Treacy b. 22 Jul 1899 bapt. 07 Dec 1899 St. Michael's, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia (LDS)
Trade or Calling
Lady Macnaghten/McNaughton (1835)
Convict Muster -Tracey/Treacy
1. William Tracey (s. of Luke Treacy) was born 1814 in County Wicklow, Ireland Arr. 'Lady McNaughton' 26.10.1835, and died 28 January 1888 in Deep Creek, Peelwood. He met (1) MARY GRANT, daughter of JAMES GRANT and ANN ROBERTSON. She was born Abt. 1790 in Isle of skye, Scotland Arr. ‘William Nichol' from Isle of Skye Scotland as a emigrant, and died 11 January 1883 in Monks Gully. He married (2) ELIZA ANN MILLS 06 May 1851 in Ss Peter and Pauls RC Rg. Goulburn, daughter of JOHN MILLS and MARY GRAY. She was born 10 April 1833 in County Tipperary, Ireland Arr 'Glenswilly' 11.3.18411, and died 18 April 1920 in Deep Creek, Peelwood (87).
William Treacy received a life sentence for being in possession of a firearm, tried at County Kildare, Ireland 12 July 1834, (he was a White-boy) he was transported from Dublin aboard the "Lady McNaughton". He went into service of Sir Thomas Livingstone Mitchell, the Surveyor- General he was sent to 'Clifton' at Picton. William was put in charge of droving stock for Mitchell from Sydney area through Bathurst to Big Meadow. Thomas Mitchell's also owned a large estate in Laggan district, which stretched from Laggan to Limerick and the 'Big Meadow'. He sent William to manage "Big Meadow" until the c1840's.
While he was working at "Clifton" he met Mr. and Mrs. Lachlan Morrison who had were also working on the property with their children, the Morrison's had came out on the 'Willian Nichol' from Isle of Skye during the highland clearances. Lachlan died 7 April 1840 and on 9 September 1841 a son, James Tracey, was born to William Tracey and Mary Morrison, nee Grant, the widow of L Morrison (vide Baptism certificate of James Tracey, Campbelltown Shire. There is no evidence of any marriage between Mary.
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William Treacy (b. 1814 Wicklow, Ireland d. d. 1888 Deep Creek Fullerton, NSW)
1st Mary Grant (b. 1815 d. 1883)
2nd m. Eliza Ann Mills (b. 1831 Tipperary, Ireland d. 1920 Laggon, NSW) 1851 kangoola, Crookwell, NSW
William Treacy (b. 30 Jul 1855 Deep Creek, Limerick, NSW d. 12 Nov 1947 Deep Creek, Limerick, NSW) m. Catherine HEARN (d. 16 Sep 1947) 08 Mar 1886 Crookwell, NSW
Cirrelia Rose `Cecelia` Treacy b. 1886 Carcoar, NSW...
Ernest William Treacy b. 1888 Carcoar, NSW...
Agatha Kathleen `AG` Treacy b. 1892 `Deep Creek`, Limerick, NSW...
Phillip Joseph Ambrose Treacy b. 1894...
Cecily Grace ` Dolly` Treacy b. 1897...
Stanley Sylvester Treacy b. 18 Jun 1899 Deep Creek, Limerick, NSW...
Eliza Ann Mills:
Eliza came with her parents, who were assisted passengers aboard the "Glenswilly" which arrived 11 March 1841. Her father John Mills gave his occupation as a farmer, from Barnanely Ikeerin County Tipperary, Ireland he arrived with his wife and four children.
The witnesses at Marriage: Patrick & Bridget Connor
Eliza and William Treacy reared a very large family of which four sons died of Scarlet Fever. William was bedridden for several years before his death and Eliza suffered a hip operation at 70-years which left her with a permanent limp.
When John Mills who came to NSW on the ship "Glenswilly" as bounty immigrants bringing with him his wife and four children, he came to the district and took over the holding from William. William Treacy then moved to Deep Creek at Limerick and married Eliza Mills, a daughter of John Mills. William Treacy took up three, thirty acre blocks of land, which is still held by some of the Treacy family today.
Age 22 years, education reads and writes, Religion Roman Catholic. Single status, Native place County Wicklow, trade shoemaker - good. He was tried at County Kildare 12 July 1834 and sentence to life, he had no former convictions, and his height was 5 ' 4 1/2". His complexion was dark with brown hair, grey eyes and he had a small, mole on the side of his neck. His ticket of leave was granted 1843 number 2959 and he received his conditional pardon 1853 number 132. Four of Williams’s country man were also sentence at the same sittings, and sent on the "Lady McNaughton" On arrival William Tracy was aged 22 years, so his birth is about c1812.
Burial: 30 Jan 1888, Laggan
Children of ELIZA MILLS and WILLIAM TRACEY are:
i. MALE4 TREACY1.
18. ii. LUKE TREACY, b. 05 Jul 1851, Deep Creek, Limerick; d. 10 Oct 1927, Thalaba NSW.
iii. JOHN TREACY, b. 29 Jun 1853, Cooks Vale Creek; d. 01 Oct 1872, Rg. 3702 Carcoar. Burial: 03 Oct 1872, Laggan Cemetery
19. iv. WILLIAM TREACY, b. 30 Jul 1855, Deep Creek, Limerick; d. 12 Nov 1947, Deep Creek, Limerick.
20. v. MARY ANNE TREACY, b. 08 Oct 1857, Deep Creek, Limerick; d. 1943, Randwick Rg 23635.
21. vi. THOMAS TREACY, b. 24 Oct 1859, Deep Creek, Limerick; d. 27 May 1936, Crookwell NSW District Hospital.
vii. PHILLIP TREACY1, b. 23 Dec 1861, Deep Creek NSW1; d. 26 Oct 1884, Deep Creek, Peelwood1.
Phillip died from a very virulent strain of Malignant Scarlet Fever. One of the sons of this Tuena Road, Peelwood family, returned home from sheep droving, and the following day was down with this fever. Six other members of this family contracted this disease. Luke the elder brother, returned home to help his mother, as the father had been bed-ridden for some time. Three other members died from this disease, including Isaac and Henry, two very young boys.
22. viii. ELIZA JANE TREACY, b. 09 Jul 1864, Limerick; d. 06 Nov 1951, " Pine Hill " Bigga.
23. ix. CATHERINE TREACY, b. 13 Mar 1866, Deep Creek, Limerick Rg Carcoar; d. 24 Mar 1947, 'Winterdyne' Binda.
24. x. SARAH AGNES TREACY, b. 17 Apr 1868, Carcoar Rg 8125; d. 05 Jan 1953, Wheeo .
25. xi. ELLEN TREACY, b. 14 Oct 1870, Deep Creek, Rg Carcoar; d. 18 Aug 1907, Laggan NSW.
26. xii. JOHN PATRICK TREACY, b. 16 Mar 1873, Deep Creek, Peelwood; d. 14 May 1932, Crookwell NSW.
xiii. ISAAC TREACY1, b. 21 Apr 1875, CarcoarNSW2; d. 23 Oct 1884, CarcoarNSW3. Isaac died from Scarlet Fever.
xiv. HENRY TREACY3, b. 1879, Middle Creek, Peelwood3; d. 22 Oct 1884, CarcoarNSW3.
[NOTE:: Further information is included on all those numbered above]
Maurice Austin "mokki" Treacy MC.
2/14th Australian Infantry Battalion.
Bomana War Cemetery
Row C5 F14
Killed in action Gona on 29 November 1942, aged 27. Son of Daniel Ernest and Adelaide Treacy of Mildura, Victoria.
Isaac Perry Tracey & Maria Ann Evans
Elizabeth Tracey b. 1842 Wales m. John Thomas [capt] 25 January 1899 Wesley, Fremantle, W.A., Ausl
born 10 Mar 1858 Dartmouth Devon died 10 Dec 1938 Exeter Devon
fourth son of the Revd John TRACEY
& Emma Elizabeth nee SAWERS;
married 30 Jun 1890 All Saints East St Kilda Victoria
Lilian Mary ELDER
born Mar . 1864 London died 10 Oct 1932 Pensford Somerset
youngest daughter of Alexander Lang ELDER of Kensington London
& Mary Eliza nee AUSTIN
1872-1873 Uppingham school
1882 BA university of London
1882-1883 Exeter college Oxford
1884 BA Oxford
1885 ad eundem gradum MA Sydney
1898 MA Oxford
27 Sep 1885 deacon Sydney
10 Jun 1900 priest Bathurst
01 Oct 1885-30 Jun 1886 curate S James city and diocese Sydney to reside at S Paul's college
1885-1886 vice-warden S Paul's college Sydney
1886-1887 second master Colston’s school Bristol
05 May 1888 curate All Saints Bathurst
1889-1898 head master All Saints college Bathurst
1899-1900 master Chatham House Ramsgate (his brother’s school)
1891-1903 chaplain bishop of Bathurst
12 Apr 1900- general licence Bathurst
10 Jun 1900-1902 honorary curate Kelso diocese Bathurst
1900-1902 examining chaplain bishop of Bathurst
1900-1902 traveling chaplain bishop of Bathurst
16 Oct 1903 permission to officiate Colonial Clergy Act province Canterbury, at Cornworthy
22 Sep 1906 permission to officiate Colonial Clergy Act province Canterbury permanent
04 Dec 1903-24 Jun 1907 vicar Cornworthy co Devon diocese Exeter
29 Nov 1907-14 Dec 1911 incumbent Cheddington co Dorset
1907-1911 rural dean Cheddington
1908 delegate for Bathurst at Pan-Anglican Conference
14 Dec 1911-30 Sep 1912 rector S Peter Marlborough co Wiltshire diocese Salisbury
04 Sep 1913-07 Jun 1919 rector Flax Bourton co Somerset diocese Bath & Wells
1919 general licence
1927-1931 residing Bristol
31 May 1934-1938 curate Crediton S Boniface diocese Exeter
maths and chess player
TRACY, ROY DICKSON
born 16 Dec 1907 Tamworth NSW died 22 Jul 1974 Myrtleford Victoria
son of Reginald Roy TRACY
& Millicent Bla… nee BROWNE;
married 01 Oct 1940 Victoria
Sybil Pascoe TEAGUE
born 1907 Coleraine Victoria
daughter of Dr Daniel Gilbert Miller TEAGUE
and Agnes ROBERTSON
1929-1930 S Stephens House and S John's College Morpeth
1930 ThL Australian College Theology
21 Dec 1930 deacon Armidale for Newcastle
20 Dec 1931 priest Armidale
21 Dec 1930-1933 curate parish Quirindi diocese Armidale
with no positions available diocese Armidale served temporarily deacon diocese Armidale
01 Feb 1933-1934 assistant priest cathedral church S Peter Armidale
22 Feb 1934-1935 priest-in-charge parochial district Boggabri
1935-1936 incumbent Aberdare diocese Newcastle
01 Jan 1936-1938 curate Morpeth
-31 Jan 1937 locum tenens Wingham
14 Feb 1937- locum tenens Coopernook
01 May 1937-15 Jan 1938 rector St Albans
02 Mar 1938 curate S Cuthbert Brunswick diocese Melbourne
1938-1940 with Brotherhood of S Laurence Melbourne
25 Sep 1939- assistant chaplain Mission to Seamen diocese Melbourne
03 Nov 1940-1943 vicar parochial district Charlton diocese St Arnaeud
1943-1946 chaplain Australian military forces
05 May 1946-29 Apr 1951 vicar parish Birregurra diocese Ballarat
1951 YMCA camp Yallourn diocese Gippsland
15 Dec 1952- general licence Gippsland
1956 residing Myrtleford
1961-1963 general licence Wanagratta
1974 sales representative
1974 residing Myrtleford
Treacys of Gunbower
Gunbower is a town in northern Victoria, located in the Shire of Campaspe on the banks of Gunbower Creek. The Gunbower run of 180,000 acres was licensed to James Hutton Rowan in 1846. The Gunbower Post Office opened on 8 March 1876.
John Treacy & Catherine Tomlinson
John Treacy b. 1806 Athy County Kildare, Ireland d. 1869 Ondit, Victoria, Australia
John Tracey married Mary Loughnan on the 8 Apr 1845 Wit: Hugh? Tomlinson & Mary Tomlinson. Athy Parish
John Tracey & Mary Loughnan
John Tracy b. 1 Mar 1846 Sp. Edward Loughnan & Catherine Tomlinson. Athy Parish
James Tracey b. 13 Feb 1848 of Nicholastown [Tankardstown] Sp. Bartholemew McDonald & Bridget Philips. Athy Parish
Mathew Tracey b. 3 Feb 1850 of Nicholstown Sp. Patt & Ellen Kavanagh. Athy Parish
Mary Anne Louisa Treacy b. 1860 Australia d. Victoria Australia
Daniel Treacy Family Tree
Mary Ann Treacy (born Loughnan), 1814 - 1905
Mary Ann Treacy (born Loughnan) was born 1814,
Mary married John Treacy 1845, at age 31
John was born on September 25 1805, in Nicholastown, Tankardstown, Kildare, Ireland.
His occupation was Farmer.
They had 5 children: John Treacy, Matthew Treacy and 3 other children.
Mary passed away 1905, at age 91
Victorian Deaths Index
1870, 00519, , Treacy, John, Mcmahon, Mary Anne, Kildare,
John Treacy & Mary Ann Mcmahon
Mary Ann Peevers (born Treacy), 1870 - 1902
Mary Ann Peevers (born Treacy) was born in 1870 to John Treacy and Mary Anne Treacy (born McMahon).
Mary was born on June 1 1850, in Barrabool Hills, Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
Mary had 13 siblings: James Matthew Treacy, Teresa Sarah Ann Burke (born Treacy) and 11 other siblings.
Mary married James Peevers 1892, at age 22.
James was born in 1862, in Ballarat East, Victoria, Australia.
His occupation was Blacksmith.
They had one daughter: Olive Mary Higgins (born Peevers).
Mary passed away in 1902, at age 32.
Clara May Fahey (born Treacy), 1881 - 1938
Clara May Treacy was born in 1881, to John Treacy and Mary Anne Treacy (born McMahon).
Mary was born on June 1 1850 Barrabool Hills, Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
Clara had 13 siblings: James Matthew Treacy, Mary Ann Peevers (born Treacy) and 11 other siblings.
Clara married James J. Fahey on month day 1918, at age 37
They had one child.
Clara passed away in After 1938, at age 57.
Alice Maud Treacy b. 18 Mar 1883 Saint Marys Catholic, Echuca, Victoria, Australia
Adeline Treacy b. 18 Aug 1884 Saint Marys Catholic, Echuca, Victoria, Australia
Evelyn Anne Treacy, 1886 - 1900
Evelyn Anne Treacy was born in 1886, at birth place, to John Treacy and Mary Anne Treacy (born McMahon).
Mary was born on June 1 1850, in Barrabool Hills, Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
Evelyn had 13 siblings: James Matthew Treacy, Mary Ann Peevers (born Treacy) and 11 other siblings.
Frances Treacy, 1890 - 1901
Frances Treacy was born 1890, to John Treacy and Mary Anne Treacy (born McMahon).
Mary was born on June 1 1850, in Barrabool Hills, Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
Frances had 13 siblings: James Matthew Treacy, Mary Ann Peevers (born Treacy) and 11 other siblings.
Frances passed away on month day 1901, at age 11 at death place.
Agnes Treacy born 1892
James Treacy (b. abt 1850-1855 in Kildare Ireland? or Victoria, Australia? d. 1918-1933 ? in Kerang or Bendigo or Melbourne?, Victoria?, Australia) m. Mary Jane Helms (b: Abt 1856 in Geelong, Victoria, Australia) 1879
(poss d recs inc 1918 age 68 Arm p John & Mary Loughnan; 1933 age 85 N Fitz p Martin & Cath Maher)
1. Mary Elizabeth Treacy b: 1882 in Kerang, Northern Victoria, Australia
2. John William Treacy b: 1885 in Kerang, Northern Victoria, Australia
3. Matthew Treacy b: 1895 in Kerang, Northern Victoria, Australia
Victorian Deaths Index
1918,00055,,Treacy,James,Treacy John,Loughnan Mary,Arm,68,
15 Jan 1889 Riverine Herald (Echuca, Vic)
IMPROVEMENTS AT GUNBOWER.
Mr. M. Treacy evidently deems that Gun bower is Likely to prosper and has been making a number of improvements which help to make a country life more endurable and among .which will be found some conveniences for which visitors at the forthcoming race meeting will.bo very grateful. Mr. Treacy has been enlarging' his house by the addition of several rooms all substantially brick built and with plastered walls in pleasing contradistinction .to slab or weatherboard. and hessian and . which. means an immunity from the possibility of fire which will be reassuring, Not the least useful of the addition is a bathroom from which all the luxuries of a showerbath will be obtainable To secure this; result in a lesser degree and to enter upon irrigation of an orchard and kitchen garden in a larger way, Mr. Treacy has had erected at an altitude of some twenty feet upon staging a' corrugated: galvanised iron tank capable of holding 8000 gallons of water. This is fed from the Gunbower Creek by means of pipes, the agent for raising the water to the tank being an althouse windmill which easily keeps the tank full and supplies all wants. Pipes from this tank reach all over, the orchard and garden and are also carry to the houses and horse trough ;so that the laborious work of carting and carrying water about is dispensed with. The orchard and garden under the care of a son of the celestial land looks in capital order. A peach tree was bearing splendidly for its first season and a patch of onions had given a great yield. . Cabbages, cauliflowers, vegetable-marrows and other vegetables are. grown and Mr Treacy customers when getting their joint from his butcher. on his round in the cart can at the same time select vegetables as he pleases a privilege which is not ordained to every country township and farming village. The barn in, which, the usual dance is held each year is being enlarged to 40x20 feet so that those who attend at the races and who. stay for the dancing will be gratified, with more space and a new floor to dance upon. In the blacksmith; slop which Mr. Treacy has attached to his business he has very extensive stock and excellent appliances tor coping with work that may be ordered of him or repairs that may want executing. He has a very large quantity, of bar iron, rod iron, sheet iron of all sizes and thickness and quite a stock of bolts, nuts and screws etc., necessary for his work. A patent .drilling machine which cuts a hole through an inch of .iron with as much ease as if it were soft wood, is a great convenience. Indeed the appliances at hand enable Mr. Treacy to do a great amount of work that farming communities always require and whether it is new plough shares, mould boards harrows, or repairs to' harvesting. machines the appliances and the skill are both there to execute them. Mr. Treacy finds enough work in the ^district to keep four hands constantly employed4 and often turns; out work and repairs of a very superior kind. Generally he is building up about himself a small township and has apparently abundant faith m the future prosperity find progress of the Gunbower district.
13 February 1905 Riverine Herald, Monday
Obituary – MARY ANN TREACY 1814-1905
We have to chronicle the death of Mrs. Mary Ann Treacy, mother of Mr. M. Treacy, of Gunbower, at the ripe age of 91 years. She was the widow of the late John Treacy, of Beeac, who predeceased her 36 years, he being then 65 years of age. She came to the district about 22 years since, and has been active until a couple of years ago, never requiring the advice of a doctor. There were three other sons, John, Wee-Wee-Rup, and Michael, Kerang, both deceased ; and James, of Kerang (Lake Charm), and one daughter, Mrs. Chamberlain, of Wangaratta. The body is being conveyed to Colac today (Monday) for burial with the remains of her late husband. The deceased lady was a native of Co. Kildare, Ireland, and a colonist for 48 years.
14 May 1918 Kerang New Times (Vic Aust)
PURSUANT to the provisions of the " Trusts Act 1915," notice is hereby given that ALL PERSONS HAVING ANY CLAIMS against the estate of JAMES TREACY, late of Lake Charm, in the State of Victoria, farmer, deceased, who died on the twenty fifth day of February, 1918, and probate of whose will a was on the 8th day of May, 1918, granted to Mary Jane Treacy, the widow of deceased, and James Matthew Treacy and Matthew Treacy, sons of the deceased, all of Lake Charm, aforesaid, three of the executors named in the said will, leave being reserved to John William Treacy, formerly of Lake Charm aforesaid, farmer, son of deceased, but now on active service with the Imperial Forces overseas, the other executor named therein, to come in and prove the same', are hereby required to SEND PARTICU LARS in writing of such claims to the said executors care of the undersigned, on or before the 30th day of June, 1918, after which date the said executors will in proceed to distribute the assets of the said James Treacy, deceased, having regard only to the claims of which they shall the have had notice, and the said - executors will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof to any person of whose claim they shall not then have had notice as aforesaid. Dated this 13th day of May, 1918. MYLES O'BRIEN, of Victoria Street, Kerang, Solicitor for the Executors.
Treacy, James & H.
Gunbower Island, Vic
John William Treacy
Regimental number 1705
Place of birth Kerang Victoria
Religion Roman Catholic
Address Lake Charm PO, Lake Charm, via Kerang, Victoria
Marital status Single
Age at embarkation 30
Next of kin Father, J Treacy, Lake Charm, via Kerang, Victoria
Enlistment date 1 March 1916
Rank on enlistment Private
Unit name 38th Battalion, B Company
AWM Embarkation Roll number 23/55/1
Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A54 Runic on 20 June 1916
Rank from Nominal Roll Lance Corporal
Unit from Nominal Roll 38th Battalion
Fate Returned to Australia 9 December 1918
5 December 1910 Riverine Herald, Monday
Obituary - MR. MATHEW TREACY 1848-1910
Another well-known pioneer of this district, Mr. Mathew Treacy, died on Saturday at his home at Gunbower. Mr. Treacy had been ill for some months, and quite lately had been in Melbourne under medical treatment, but was apparently in much improved health. On Friday he was moving about and talking cheerily with his family, and speaking on the telephone with a gentleman in Echuca, and expressed his intention of coming in to to the town on Saturday to attend the sales. Early in the morning he appeared to be fairly well, and drank a cup of tea which his wife brought in to him at about 7 o'clock. When she went in about an hour later to continue preparations for his trip to Echuca it was found that he had suddenly expired, apparently without pain, heart failure being the cause of death. The late Mr. Treacy was born in Ireland, and at the age of four years came with his parents to Victoria and settled at Colac. That would be 58 years ago, the deceased gentleman being
62 years of age.
In 1876 he first came to this part of the country, settling on land at the Terricks. Not many years later he moved to Gunbower, and commenced business there as an hotel and store keeper, and by his ability and enterprise built up the large commercial interest which he held in that township. Mr. Treacy was of a sterling, genial disposition, which endeared him to the people of the district, and made for him hosts of good friends. He was ever ready to assist in a practical way anything that was mooted for the benefit of his district, and in most instances took the initiative in these matters himself. His was a personality, which will be greatly missed in the Gunbower district, where the name of Mathew Treacy had imprinted itself on the hearts of all sections of' that community. A striking evidence of the popularity of the deceased gentle-man was indicated at his funeral, where representative men; from all parts of the surrounding district were to be seen.
The charitable side of the late Mr.Treacy's character was evidenced through-out his life. He was ever a leading spirit in all movements for the benefit of the Echuca hospital, and the Hospital Sundays held at Gunbower will always be remembered, by those taking part in them, while the hospitality extended by Mr. Treacy to members of the Echuca band, who frequently gave their services on those occasions, is cherished as a pleasant memory. On account of his special services Mr. Treacy was made a life governor of the hospital. For several years the late Mr, Treacy represented the north-east riding in the Kerang Shire Council, but relinquished his connection with this body when the needs of his business demanded closer personal attention. The multitudinous businesses carried on by Mr. Treacy at Gunbower gained for that township the affectionate name of Treacy Town.
He leaves a widow, three sons - Messrs. Mathew, John and James Treacy - and two daughters -the Misses May and Rubie Treacy, the latter being still a pupil at the local Brigidine Convent. The funeral took place at the Echuca cemetery yesterday afternoon, and was very largely attended by friends of the deceased from far and near. The funeral cortege left Gunbower shortly after 9 o'clock, a number of friends marching at the head for some distance, and about 60 vehicles following all the way to the Echuca cemetery. Numbers of Echuca residents joined in the procession on the way. Quite a number of deceased's old friends from Box Creek locality formed part of the funeral procession as far as Torrumbarry, whence they had to return home to take part in a Hospital Sunday, gathering. Enroute the remains were removed into the Torrumbarry church, where a solemn requiem mass was held, the Rev. Prior Laffan officiating there and at the grave. The pall-bearers were Messrs. H.M'Kenzie, M.L.A., A. W. H. White, W. Tainsh, H. Wells, James 'M'Mahon, and James Ryan. The numerous employees of Mr. Treacy at Gunbower showed their special respect by supplying a beautiful immortelle wreath.
Photos: State Library Victoria & Museum Victoria.
1877, 03068, M, Treacy, Mathew, Mooney, Margaret, Kildare,
Matthew Treacy & Margaret Mooney
Mary Adeline Treacy b. 14 Jul 1878 Saint Marys Catholic, Echuca, Victoria, Australia
24 Apr 1907 Bendigo Advertiser (Vic)
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE CONFLAGRATION AT GUNBOWER TREACY'S HOTEL AND POST OFFICE BURNT. Echuca, 23rd April.
A disastrous fire occurred at 2 o'clock this morning at Gunbower, bv which Mr. Matthew Treacy's hotel and store, post office and offices of the National Bank and Co-operative Butter Factory Company were burned to the ground.
The occupants of the hotel were awakened by a crackling noise, apparently in the store, and almost immediately the rooms of the licensed premises were ablaze. Mr. Treacy and his household together with some visitors and employees, had barely time to escape from the burning building, and in their hurried exit only managed to se- cure a few articles of clothing. The ladies lost the whole of their jewellery. The safe, containing money and other valu- ables, was got out with difficulty. It was in a room off the bar, and two men who essayed the task of removing it were al- most suffocated.
In the grocery shop, in which the fire is believed to have started, 3000 cartridges were storcd, and the noise caused by their discharge was like a military fusillade. The office of the National Bank is only open about once a week, and fortunately the day on which the fire occurred was not one of its business days. A good deal of inconvenience will be occasioned the Butter Factory Co., which has lost all its papers. A start had only the previous day been made with the erection of the factory. A strong wind was blowing from the north-west at the time of the outbreak, but later it changed to north-east. Had it not been for this the butcher's and baker's shops adjoining, together, with the stables at the rear of the burning buildings, would have been demolished. Altogether five business premises and four bedrooms were destroyed.
It is not known how the fire originated. The store was locked up at 6 o'clock last evening, and was not again re-opencd. No wax matches were kept on the premises. The buildings are believed to have been in- surcd for £700 in the Royal and Norwich, offices, but this amount will not nearly cover the loss. It is not known if the con- tents were insured. Mr. Treacy will be a heavy loser by the fire. The property was one of the landmarks of Gunbower.
29 Sep 1943 Riverine Herald (Echuca, Vic)
Margaret Mary Treacy
After a short illness. Mrs Margaret Mary Treacy passed peacefully away at 1.30 a.m. on Monday, at the home of her daughter, Mrs T. L. Grange. The deceased lady was a well-known and respected lady was a well-known the older generation, who were more in contact with her during her long business career-covering close upon 60 years of residence.
Born at Yangera, via Koroit, she was among the first settlers who came to Torrumbarry. After her marriage at Echuca, to Matthew Treacy, who predeceased her about 33 years ago, she returned for a | time to the Koroit district before taking up her abode at Gunbower. Together with her husband she managed the hotel, store, butchery and baker's shop until these were gradually taken over by other proprietors. Her practice of inviting all roadmen to dinner each Christmas reflected her generosity and kindly nature. In addition clergymen of all denominations were accommodated and provisioned free of charge. Commercial travellers always made the hotel their headquarters during those early years, such was the consideration and attention they received at her capable hands. After retiring from business she enjoyed good health until about 13 years ago, since when she bore her failing health cheerfully and continued to take interest in the township's pro gress.
The funeral took place yesterday afternoon at Echuca, where a large number of relatives and old friends attended at the graveside to pay their last tribute of respect. There were many floral offerings on the casket, which was borne to the grave by Messrs M. O'Brien, Dave Peevers, Thos. Perkins and J. E. Treacy. The pall-bearers- were Messrs T. L. Grange, Leo. Diviny, John Dunlea, John Gleeson, Thos. Poxon, Thos. Burke. Father Dunn of Eaglehawk, an old friend of the family, officiated at the graveside, assisted by Rev. Prior Maddock of Echuca. The funeral arrangements were carried out by J. W. Vevers.
3 Aug 1951 Riverine Herald (Echuca, Vic)
MR. J. J. TREACY
One of Gunbower's best known and most respected residents, Mr John James Treacy, died at Echuca District Hospital on Wed nesday at the age of 72 years. A member of one of the district's most well known pioneer ing families, Mr Treacy was born at Pine Grove but moved to Gunbower with his parents at an early age.
Educated at Echuca, the late Mr Treacy showed early ability as a footballer while at school, and after leaving school he played with Gunbower for some years, captaining the premier ship side in 1906.
For some time he was post, master, and an agent for Shack- ell White and Co, rendering ex- cellent service to all sections of the community in both these capacities, until he selected land on the Gunbower Island. Keenly interested in the wel- fare of the community, he was one of the prime movers in the establishment of the Gunbower and District Cooperative Butter Factory, and was appointed the first secretary of the factory, holding this position until the factory was working satisfactorily and the first manager secretary was employed.
The late Mr Treacy's father was mainly responsible for having land on the Fox Island declared a recreation reserve for a race course in 1897. Prior to that, races were conducted on station property in the Taylor's Creek area.
Mr Treacy was appointed secretary of the trustees prior to the first meeting held on the new course in July of 1898 and established a record for the office, holding it until his death, a period of 53 years. In addition to holding the secretarial position for the trustees, Mr Treacy, who was keenly interested in racing, was secretary of the Gunbower Race Club for a period of 15 years, holding several other executive positions with the same organisation.
The esteem in which the late Mr Treacy was held was summed up by one of the district's residents who said, "Mr Treacy was a man who gave a great deal of his time to helping others and helping the progess of the district. His efforts were such that he leaves behind him a record that will make the young men of today look to their laurels if they are to emulate him".
Mr Treacy is survived by his wife, six sons, Matt, Murray, Kevin, Alton, Jack, and Barney and three daughters, Joyce, Margaret (Mrs O'Meara) and Joan (Mrs. Pranse). His funeral will take place today after Requiem Mass commencing at 10 a.m, at St. Mary's Church, Echuca.
Some info on Marguerita Agnes Ruby Treacy - b 1894 Gunbower Vic to parents Mathew Treacy 1851Kildare Ireland - 1910 Gunbower Vic - arrived 25 May 1854 Port Philip on "Martin Luther" from Liverpool & Margaret Mooney 13 sept 1849 Southern Cross Vic - 27 Sept 1943 (married 28 Aug 1877 Echuca) and their children:
on Aust Birth Index.
Mary Adeline Treacy b 1878 Pi Ne Vic - dies 1970 Echuca as Grange - married Lenox Thos Grange in 1920
John James Treacy b 1880 Gunbower Vic - dies 1951 Echuca married a Margaret Ellen Williams
Matthew Garen Treacy b 1881 Cranborne Vic - dies 1913 as Mattw Gavin Treacy Eca Vic
James Denis Treacy b 1884 Gunbower Vic married Alice Irene Tolhurst 22 Oct 1914 dies 5 April 1953 Echuca
Michael Mooney Treacy b 1886 Gunbower Vic - dies as Michl Hooney Treacy 1913 Melb Vic
Margureta Ruby Agnes Treacy b 1894 Gunbower Vic married Leo Diviny. dies 1987
Argus Tuesday 13 Dec 1910
TREACY - on the 3rd December 1910 at his residence Gunbower, Mathew dearly beloved husband of Margaret Treacy and father of May, John, Matthew, James and Ruby Treacy, aged 60 years RIP.
Aust Death Index has him showing parents John Treacy & Mary Loughan reg no 12485.
Argus Tuesday 5 Oct 1943
TREACY - On September 27 at her late residence Gunbower, Margaret the widow of the late Mathew Treacy and beloved mother of May (Mrs Grange), John, Matthew (deceased), James Michael (deceased) and Ruby (Mrs L Diviny) RIP
Aust death Index
1919 ER Cohuna Wimmera Vic
Margaret Treacy Gunbower Licensed Vitualler with Margaret Ellen, John James a clerk (son), Marguerita Ruby a music teacher (daug), Mary Adeline h/d (daug).
Val HuggableMontie 24/04/11
I am researching John James Treacy
who married Margaret Helen Williams in Echuca Vic Aust in 1912.
John (1880-1951) was born in Pinegroves Victoria & was the son of Matthew Treacy & Margaret Mary Mooney.
Margaret Helen Williams (1886-1960) was born & died in Echuca Victoria & was the daughter of James Louis Williams & Ellen Lindsay.
I think they had 5 children in Echuca.
It seems you have been researching my family.
My father, Bernard whom is not mentioned in your research was one of nine children.
If you want to correspond further please feel free to contact me.
Gavin Gavin Treacy
Last updated 19 September 2017