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1638 List of the names of the Inhabitants of Barbados, in the Year 1638 who then possess'd more than ten Acres of Land.

William Tracey

Memoirs of the First Settlement of the Island of Barbados and other the Carribbee Islands, with the Succession of the Governors and Commanders in Chief of Barbados to the Year 1742

http://www.candoo.com/genresources/1638barbadoslist.txt

 

Administrations relating to West Indies

April 1657. Wm Tracy. 28 to Mary T., wid, ye rel. of W.T., l. of Framingham, Co. Suff. [England], at Jamaica., in ye States Service. folio 79

 

1677-78 census of Montserrat

John Tracey, Montserrat, 1678   

Edmond Tracy, Montserrat, 1678

Mermush Tracy, Montserrat, 1678

St. George’s Parish, in east central Montserrat. Despite the Anglican name, St. George’s was still predominantly Irish—at least 56 per cent by Dr. Pulsipher’s calculation. A conclusion that James Butler was Irish would appear to be warranted by his listing alongside Morris Clonane, and the adjacent pairing of Daniel Dalley with Owen Martin and Mermush (sic) [Maurice?] Tracy with Edmund Tracy.  

http://www.illyria.com/irish/mcginn_butler.html

1677-8 Mounserratt

A list of all the men...Capt Peter Cove's [or Cone's] Division

John Kelly & Owen Hossey 2 white men

Roger Fenane & John Tracy 2 white men

Mermush Tracy & Edm Tracy 2 white men

 

...Sarah Treacey, wife of Mr. John T.,..all of St. Anna, £200 apiece. 20 Feb 1700

1811 John Tracey 150 Crickitt

...Daniel Tracey...

...John Tracey...

Caribbeana: Being Miscellaneous Papers Relating to the History, Genealogy, Topography, and Antiquities of the British West Indies, by Vere Langford Oliver1919

Republished: CanDoo Creative Publishing, 2000

Hon. William Williams of the parish of St. Andrew, Island of Jamaica, Esq. Will dated 15 July 1748.

...In margin... To...Mrs. Sarah Treacey, wife of Mr. John Treacy, ...all of St. Anns, £200 apiece. 20 Feb. 1760.

 

Daniel Tracey

Will (1716) AA. 4400

Catherine Tracey

Does (4) concerning sale, hire, purchase, transfer & bequeathal of sales (1743-1770) AA. 4399

Manuscript Sources for the History of the West Indies: With Special ... edited by Kenneth E. Ingram

 

Marriages In St. George's Parish, Montserrat

Oct. 11 1724 Simon Chilcot & Honora Tracey

1910 Caribbeana.

 

1736 Captain Tracey of the Phoenix

Sir Edward Seaward's narrative of his shipwreck, and consequent discovery of certain islands in the Caribbean Sea: with details of his residence there, and of various extraordinary and highly interesting events in his life, from the year 1733 to 1749, as written in his own diary. J. & J. Harper, 1831

 

Wills on record in the Office of the Island Secretary Jamaica

1737 Richard Tracy

1741 Esther Tracey

1745 Catherine Tracy

1746 Willm Tracey, Junr

1750 Daniel Tracy

 

1754 The Quit Rent Books

Daniel Tracey Junr., St. Ann, 118 acres

Daniel Tracey Senr., St. Ann, 600 acres

Richard Tracey, St. Ann, 800 acres

William Tracey, St. Ann, 878 acres

 

1775/1764

By Indre of 1 June 1775 between Pinnock and Gray...dated 30 Nov. 1764 between Ph. Pinnock of the one pt and Moses Nunes.... in the parish of St Ann called Black Heath containing 435 acres bounding east ...Daniel Tracey...

 

1776 Jamaica

Magistrates...St. Ann...John Tracy...

Military...St. Ann...John Tracy, Major...Captains...T. R. Tracy...

 

1779 Jamaica

Magistrates...St. Ann...John Tracy...

Militia...St. Ann...Major, John Tracey, Esquires...

 

Runaway Slaves in Jamaica

1779 Workhouse Lists

Adam to Mr. Tracey 10/22

1782 Black River Workhouse

Dick to John Tracey, St. Ann or Ichabod Ross, Westmorland, marked on one shoulder H, the other RL, 2 on top. 9/30.

1786 Spanish Town Workhouse

William to Tracey. 7/29

http://aquila.usm.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1002&context=drs

 

1782 Jamaica

John Tracey, magistrate, Parish of St. Ann, Middlesex

John Tracey, Colonel Foot Militia, St. Ann's

1784 Jamaica

Military

St. Ann's Regiment

Colonel, John Tracey

Captains...George Read Tracey...

Ensigns...W. Read Tracey...

Artillery Company...Lieut...Thomas Tracey...

Magistrates

St. Ann...John Tracey...

1787 Jamaica

Military

St. Ann's Regiment

Captains...George Reid Tracey...

Artillery...Second Lieutenant and Fireworker, T. Reid Tracey.

1790 Jamaica

Military

St. Ann's Regiment...Second Troop of Light Horse...Lieutenant, Thomas Reid Tracey...

 

John Tracey senior

The heirs of John Tracey were shown as owners of Liberty Hill and Weir Hill in St Ann Jamaica.

John Tracey junior

Shown as owner of Belle Grove 1787-1793 (as a minor), and of Liberty Hill Pen in 1787 and 1810.

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/lbs/

Residence: Bet. 1839 - 1851, Tracey Villa [or Ville] St. Ann

Liberty Hill Great House sits 1200 feet above sea level on 25 acres, just minutes from the historical town of St. Ann’s Bay... We are told that the place originally belonged to a family, Tracey by name, who also owned the sugar estate of Windsor, not far distant and that it was used by them for a change in the hot weather. The Traceys were the ancestors of the Stennett family and a village nearby is named Traceyville. There was too, a property called Tracey which was run by my grandfather, the late Joseph Dussard Ormsby of Lime Hall and Endeavour, somewhere around the 1880s, which I think may have been this same place. So far as I know it was leased and not owned by him.

http://libertyhillgreathouse.com/history.php

 

1788[Name] New Ground Estate  St. Ann

[Crop] sugar, rum 

Account signed by George Reid Tracey and Thomas Reid Tracey and filed by James Newby. Accounts filed for May 1788 to June 1789 [dates unclear].

Accounts Produce, Jamaica Archives 1B/11/4/17 138-147 [f.70-74]

1789 [Name] New Ground Estate  St. Ann

[Crop] sugar, rum, some cattle 

The property of George Reid Tracey and Thomas Reid Tracey. Account filed by Ronald Campbell as overseer. Accounts filed for 31/12/1788 to 31/12/1789.

Accounts Produce, Jamaica Archives 1B/11/4/16 432

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/lbs/estate/view/2502

 

Samuel R. Helms letter St Pierre-Martinique 10th Ap1. 1790

“...I forgot to inform you in course that-in the last alarm here the Americans were again applied to &c agreed to exert themselves to the utmost in the defence of the Town in case of an attack. They chose Capt. Prince & Capt. Denny of Boston & Capt. Tracy of New London as a committee to wait on the Municipality &c communicate their sentiments & resolution.”

A Yankee Trader Views the French Revolution in Martinique Author(s): Thomas H. Le Duc Source: The New England Quarterly, Vol. 11, No. 4 (Dec., 1938), pp. 802-807

In April 1794, there is a deputation by James Tracy, late master of the brig Falmouth from New London, whose ship was captured at sea by Daniel Morgan and was carried into Montserrat as a prize of the British, in anticipation of war with the United States. In the 3 May 1784 Delaware Gazette, they publish a letter from him in which he states about their actions "My list of prizes is about 400; all of which are condemned." [Traceys of Enniscorthy and Newburyport]

 

28th March 1792 Parish St. Ann

Names of Persons, Etc., Number of Slaves/Stock

John Tracey, 13/1

John Tracey, estate of, 122/28

Thomas Tracey, 92/43

 

May 1797

Died...In St. Ann's...Thomas Reid Tracy, Esq.

May 1797 The Columbian Magazine

Deaths: In St. Ann's...at Belgrove pen, Thomas Reid Tracy, Esq.

 

1797? To the King's most excellent Majesty.

Most gracious Sovereign, We, the principal freeholders, merchants, and other British inhabitants, of the island of Trinidad...[signed]...A.P. Tracey...

A political account of the island of Trinidad, from its conquest by Sir Ralph Abercrombie, in the year 1797, to the present time, in a letter to His Grace the Duke of Portland. By a gentleman of the island ... (1807)

 

December 1779 The Columbian Magazine

Married: At St Ann's Bay, George Stennet, Esq., to Miss Tracy, daughter of the late Col. Tracy...

 

1800? [William Hazlitt] and another clergyman's son, George Dicken, were invited to spend a few weeks in Liverpool as guests of Mrs. Tracey, a widow from Jamaica ...

 

08-11-1801 American (Baltimore, Maryland)

Address of the merchants and citizens of the united states resident in Cape Francois [Haiti] to Thomas Lear, Esq, General Commercial agent of the United States at St Domingo...(signed) - Frederick Tracy, Lewden & Duhamet...Charles Tracy.

06-01-1802 Waterford Gazette (Waterford, New York)

(copy) ...Lear...(signed)...Frederick Tracy...Charles Tracy...

The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: 1 July to 12 November 1802

From Gideon Granger, Washington Augt 23rd 1802...(foot of text...Frederick Tracy to be Consul at Cape Francois, where he has established a firm and carries on business; a staunch republican...

Inscriptions from gravestones in the Old Burying Ground, Norwich Town, Connecticut

In memory of Miss Anne Tracy, daughter of Fredk & Deborah Tracy who died Sept 30 1823 aged 45 years.

In memory of Mrs. Deborah Tracy, who died July 27 1820, aged 71 years

Also of Mr Fredk Tracy who died June 21 1803, at Cape Francois aged 54 years

 

1804 Gazetteer Jamaica Map

Tracey’s Pen St Ann North Middlesex H6

Tracey’s Pen St Ann North Middlesex I6

 

Matson Letters relating to Dominica 1800-1805 [[see http://traceyclann.com/files/Antrim.htm & http://traceyclann.com/files/royal navy.htm]

117. Centaur at Sea. Oct 21 [1804] Jno S. Tracey to J.M. Jr at Dominica

Every ship on this station has appointed me joint agent, with only one other at each of the islands...& from whom I receive 2.5 pr cent.

Endorsed: J.S.T. Secy to Commodore Hood.

1910 Caribbeana.

 

1806 (118) Papers relating to colonies, lately belonging to the Batavian and French Republics, in the West Indies

Colonies of Essequibo and Demerara...Batavian Republic...J.S. Tracey, Naval Sec...

 

17 April 1807 (FJ) Married

In the Island of Antigua, J.S. Tracey, Esq. (Secretary to Rear Admiral Sir A. Cochrane) to Miss Ann Osborne, daughter of - Osborne Esq. of that island.

 

May 21 1808 (Married) Lately, at Antigua, Capt Collier R.N. to Miss Osborn, of that Island and sister to Mrs Tracy, the Admiral's Secretary's Lady.

Caribbeana.

 

Dec 29 1810. Died on the 27th inst., J.S. Tracey, Esq, late Secretary to Vice-Admiral Sir Alexander Cochrane and formerly Secretary to Sir Samuel Hood.

 

Dec 17 1811 (Married) on the 28th ult., at the estate of "Weatherhills" [Weatherells] at Antigua, Dr. Dickson, Physician and Inspector of the Leeward Island Squadron to Miss Agnes Tracey, sister of the late John S. Tracey, Esq.

 

Antigua List of Wills

1811 John S. tracey 150 Crickitt

 

1811

March...At Barbadoes, on his passage to England, John Smith Tracey, Esq. Secretary to his Excellency Sir A. Cochrane.

 

John Smith Tracey, Will, of Basse Terre, Island of Guadeloupe Date 15 March 1811 Catalogue reference PROB 11/1520

 

Naval Chronicle for 1812. Volume 27 (from January to June) London

Marriages

Lately, Dr. D. J. H. Dickson, physician to the Fleet at the Leeward Islands, to Miss Tracey, sister of the late J. S. Tracey, Esq. secretary to Sir Alexander Cochrane.

 

1814-15 (478) Papers relating to the West Indies.

15th Oct 1811, At Antigua, with Mrs. Tracey, widow of the late Mr. Tracy, Secretary to Sir Alexander Cochrane...

 

14th of June 1832 Passeport de Harry Tracey - Antigua (Antigua-et-Barbuda)-Genève (Suisse) [Son of John Smith Tracey?]

English gentleman, 23 years of age, born Antigua

http://gael.gironde.fr/img-viewer/FRAD033/M/4M/4M712/viewer.html?name=FRAD033_4M712_0153_P.jpg

 

John Tracey. Son of John Smith Tracey, Esq. (deceased). Born at Antigua, aged 19. Admitted 10 June, 1830. Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1833. B.A. 21 May, 1834. M.A. 2 June, 1841. account closed Christmas 1841. Vicar of Townstall with St Saviour's, Dartmouth, 1837 to 1871.  Rector of Lesnewtli, Cornwall, 1871 to 1873, where he died in October, 1873.

The registers of Wadham college, Oxford (1895)

 

1841 Census - St Saviour, Devon, England

Harry Tracey                               M            32-36     

Maria Ann Tracey                       F             23-27      Devon

Harry A Tracey                           M            3             Devon

Maria Tracey                               F             2             Devon

John Tracey                 M            6 months               

Sarah Kerswill                            F             25-29      Devon

Elizabeth Bennet                        F             20-24      Devon

Ann Dean                    F             25-29      Devon

Susan Stamp                               F             25-29      Devon

1851 Census - Saint Saviour Dartmouth, Devon, England

Harry Tracey               Head       M            43           Antigua British Subject, General Practitioner M R C S E L A C, residence Hanover Square

Maria Tracey               Wife       F             37           Stonehouse, Devonshire

Osborne Tracey           Son         M            6             Dartmouth, Devonshire

Agnes Tracey              Daughter                F             4             Dartmouth, Devonshire

Charlis Tracey             Son         M            2             Dartmouth, Devonshire

Sarah Stone Servant   F             37           Woodleigh, Devonshire

Elizabeth Pietre           Servant   F             23           Stokenham, Devonshire

Thalia Clarke               Servant   F             19           Kingswear, Devonshire

 

1841 Census - Townstal, Devon

John Tracey                   M         30-34, Vicarage House          

Emma Tracey                 F          30-34  

Emma Tracey                 F          3          Devon

Martin Tracey                M         5          Devon

Osborne Tracey                         M         1          Devon

Allice Cring                   F          30-34   Devon

Ann Cring                      F          20-24   Devon

Amelia Moore                F          30-34  

Samuel Pooke                M         15-19   Devon

1851 Census - Townstal, Devon

John Tracey       Head   M         39        Antigua West Indies, Vicar, widower[?]

Emma Tracey     Daughter         F          14        Dartmouth, Devonshire

Edith Tracey      Daughter         F          8          Dartmouth, Devonshire

Frank Osburn Tracey     Son      M         7          Dartmouth, Devonshire

Janet Wightworth          Visitor             F          26        London, Middlesex

Alice Craing      Servant            F          40        Brixham, Devonshire

Amelia Moore    Servant            F          37        Chelsea, Middlesex

Mary Crispin      Servant            F          24        Dartmouth, Devonshire

1861 Census Dartmouth - Townstal, St Saviours

John Tracey       Head   M         49        vicar    Antigua,W.Indies 

Emma E Tracey             Wife    F          39        Seven Oaks, Kent

Leigh Tracey      Son      M         7          Dartmouth, Devon

Campbell Tracey            Son      M         5          Dartmouth, Devon

Arthur Tracey    Son      M         4          Dartmouth, Devon

Frederick Tracey            Son      M         3          Dartmouth, Devon

Anna Tracey      Daughter         F          2          Dartmouth, Devon

Harry Frank Tracey       Son      M         3M       Dartmouth, Devon

Maria Wagner    Visitor             F          30        ...Germany

Emma Blackler Servant            F          26        Totnes, Devon

Henrietta Blackler         Servant            F          31        Totnes, Devon

Patience Purday             Servant            F          15        Dartmouth, Devon

Sarah Ellis          Servant            F          26        Street, Devon

http://www.dartmouth-history.org.uk/view_doc.html?Id=61&Hrow=0

 

January 7, 1852 London Daily News

TRACEY-SAWERS.^an. 1, at Sutton^n-Hone, Kent, the Rev. J. Tracey, Vicar of Townstal, Dartmouth, to Emira Elizabeth, eldest daughter of J. Sawers, Esq.

 

Winchester College, 1836-1906 : a Register

1866: Tracey, Campbell (+), b. 20 April, 1855, 2nd s. of Rev. John Tracey, V. Of Townstal, Devon, and Emma Elizabeth, his wife, e.d. of John Sawers, Esq., of Sutton, Kent (bro. of John, below, p. 326). Line. Coll. Oxon 1873, Sch. 1874-7, 1 CL Mod. 1875, 2 Cl. 1877, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1880 ; Assist. Master at Westminster 1879-82; Head Master of the Lodge School, Barbados 1882-91. fH Amelia, y. d. of Sir Charles Packer, late Chief Justice of Barbados. Address 13, Claremont Terrace, Exmouth.
1875: Tracey, John (+), b. 29 April, 1862 (6th s .) , bro. of Campbell, above, p. 222. Sch. B.N.C. Oxon 1881, 1 Cl. Mod. 1883, 1 Cl. B.A. 1885, M.A. 1888; Tutor and Librarian Keble Coll. Oxon since 1887, Sub-Warden 1897-8, Pro-Proctor 1891, ’92, ’93, Senior Proctor 1901; Oxford Wykehamical Secretary 1889-99 ; one of the representatives of Oxford University at the King Alfred Commemoration at Winchester 1901; a Delegate for Local Examinations. 1898, Mary Elizabeth, e. d. of Lieut.-Col. the Hon. W. E. Sackville West, of Lime Grove, Bangor, North Wales. Address 5, Crick Rd., Oxford. Club Savile.

 

 

March 6 1805 Brig Rover from Havanah (Havana?) to Philadelphia

John Tracy - Cabbin [Cabin?] Passenger - One Small Trunk & Baggage [only passenger listed]

12 December 1808 Ship Four Friends, Havana To Philadelphia

Mrs Tracy, One Trunk Wearing Apparel One Basket, Household Furniture, Bed & Bedding [only passenger listed]

22 June 1809 Brig Speedwell From Barracoa (Baracoa? Cuba) to Philadelphia

Master: Jeremiah Blanchard. Owned by: S. Tenny & John Noyes of Newbury Port:

Jeremiah Tracy, One Chest One Bed [only passengers listed]

Daniel Tracy, Two Chests One Bed

23 April 1810 Schooner Hannah Lorretta, Havana to Philadelphia

Michl Tracy, One trunk [four passengers]

2 January 1811 Ship Four Friends from Havana to Philadelphia

Mrs Tracy, Four Trunks Wearing (Apparel?) One Basket Bed & Bedding [only passenger listed]

 

Feb 22, 1820 (BL) Jamaica (Port Royal)

The brig Letitia which left Port Royal on Sunday for Dublin and Belfast was discovered on the evening of that day to be leaky...Captain Starks?...About seven next morning she had nearly four feet water in her cabin, at which time Mr. Tracey with the female passengers left the vessel in a boat and proceeding to the shore...- London Ship and Com. List

 

1820 June 9th Limerick General Advertiser or Gazette

In Galway, Michael Tracy Esq formerly of Loughrea but now of Jamaica in the West Indies to Anne fourth daughter of the late Joseph Ormsby, Esq Surveyor of Excise for Galway.

23 January 1828 Dublin Evening Mail

Married. On the 18th inst, in the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas Galway, by the Rev James Daly, Warden, Thomas Mitchell, of Lower Rutland street, in the City of Dublin, Esq. to Anne, widow of Michael Staunton Tracy, late of Kingston, in the Island of Jamaica, Esq.

25 January 1828 Limerick Evening Post

In the Protestant Church of St. Nicholas Galway, Thomas Mitchell, Esq of Roscommon, solicitor, to Anne, relict of the late Michael Tracy, Esq of the Island of Jamaica.

 

1821 Jamaica

Thomas G. Tracey, 4 slaves, St. Ann Middlesex

 

British War Office

James Tracey b. Freshford, Kilkenny enl. 1/21st 1823. Died St Vincent 1824. Brother John in regt.

 

1826 (353) Slave population

Jamaica, 2 August 1818, Betsy Tracy and child Jennett Dollar, £140, Benjamin Scott

 

1823 Slave population. Jamaica, St. Christopher's, and the Bahamas.

1820 Frances Tracey and two children, mulatto woman, £200 consideration

 

1823 Jamaica

T. G. Tracey, 6 slaves, Parish of St. Mary, Middlesex

Thomas G. Tracey, 8 slaves, St. Ann Middlesex

 

1824 Jamaica

T. G. Tracey, 7 slaves, Parish of St. Mary, Middlesex

 

1825 Jamaica

T. G. Tracey, 7 slaves, Parish of St. Mary, Middlesex

 

1826 Slave population

Jamaica, February 8 1824, Peter Tracey and Susannah Scott, blacks, Banns

Jamaica, November 20 1825, Alfred Uter and Marianne Tracey, blacks, Banns

1824/1825, white paupers, Daniel Tracey, 45 years, Parish of Kingston, do. of Saint Ann, £10 per quarter

 

1826 Jamaica

T. G. Tracey, 6 slaves, Parish of St. Mary, Middlesex

 

1827 Jamaica

T. E. Tracey, 12 slaves, Parish of St. Mary, Middlesex

 

1828 Jamaica

T. E. Tracey estate, 10 slaves, Parish of St. Mary, Middlesex

 

1829 Jamaica

T. Tracey estate, 2 slaves, Parish of St. Mary, Middlesex

 

1831 Jamaica

Alexander Ritchie for the Thomas Tracey estate, 2 slaves, Parish of St. Mary, Middlesex

 

1832 Jamaica

Alexander Ritchie for the Thomas Tracey estate, 2 slaves, Parish of St. Mary, Middlesex

 

1833 Jamaica

E. B. Tracey, 4 slaves, Parish of St. George, Surry

Alexander Ritchie for the Thomas Tracey estate, 2 slaves, Parish of St. Mary, Middlesex

 

Civil Service Evidence of Age

Henry Armrott Tracey, b. 1834, Jamaica, West Indies,

 

British Civil Service Evidence Of Age

Henry Armrott Tracey, born 1834 Port Royal Jamaica West Indies

 

1835-1857 Merchant Navy Seamen

Alfred Tracey, b. Barbados

 

14 January 1836

Despatches from Howe Peter Browne, Marquess of Sligo, Governor of Jamaica. Proceedings on trials of convicts Powell, Johnson, Tracey, and Smith who were sent to England for transportation. Howe Peter Browne, Marquess of Sligo, Governor of Jamaica, Jamaica No. 273, folios 55-57

 

1836 Papers presented to Parliament...for the abolition of slavery - Jamaica

T.A. Dillon special magistrate, Henry Tracy, of Retirement, St. Ann parish?, non-praedial, £28 value, not paid.

 

1837-38 (154-I) (154-II) Papers presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's command. In explanation of the measures adopted by Her Majesty's government, for giving effect to the act for the abolition of slavery throughout the British colonies. Part V. Jamaica.

20th May 1837, William Tracy, praedial, seville, £33 paid, Centre District, St. Ann's

 

1837-38 (215) Accounts of slave compensation claims

Jamaica, county Middlesex, St. Annes, 20 Feb 1836, 745-8, Milborough Tracey, 10 slaves, £29.3.1

Jamaica, county Cornwall, St. George, 21 Dec 1835, 311, Elizabeth Blake Tracey, 4 slaves, £92.6.2

Milborough Tracey

Jamaica St Ann 745, Claim 29th Feb 1836 | 1 Enslaved | £29 3S 1D

Elizabeth Blake Tracey

Jamaica St George 311, 21st Dec 1835 | 4 Enslaved | £92 6S 2D

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/lbs/

 

1839 (107-III) Papers relative to the West Indies

Jamaica, St. Catherine Court of Quarter Sessions, January 1839

No. 1 The Queen v. William Lynch, Richard Lewin, Thomas Tracey, James Wilson, for larceny of sugar and rum. Indictment bad, not guilty.

 

1839 [181] Class B. Correspondence Slave trade

Porto Rico, Gojamo, Mrs. Tracey, American Lady

Margaret, b. St. Kitts, 20-22 years old, arrived in Porto Rico three years ago from St. Thomas

Ann, b. Anguilla, 30 to 35 years old

Unknown woman, b. Tortola, 30 to 35 years old

 

1841 Consuls and Commercial Agents of the United States

William M. Tracy, Guayama, Purto Rico - Corrected in the department of State to July 8th 1841

 

1845 Jamaica

T. Tracey, Alexandria, 13 slaves, Dry-Harbour Mountain District, Parish of St. Mary, Middlesex

 

1851 Jamaica

Collector of Transient Tax: T. D. Tracey, Metcalfe Surry

 

1860 Voters

Henry H Tracey, Port Royal Jamaica

Charles Tracy, St. Thomas In The Vale Jamaica

 

1865 Jamaican slave revolt

On the 15th October [1865?] Governor Eyre reached [Port] Antonio...A large number of the principal inhabitants of the place had taken refuge on board the American barque 'Reunion', Captain Tracey, who had taken them out to sea for fear of having his vessel attacked...

The life of Edward John Eyre: late governor of Jamaica By Hamilton Hume 1867

27 November 1865

Despatches. Mostly concerned with the aftermath of the Morant Bay 'rebellion'. Suggested token of acknowledgment to Captain D. Tracey, for providing refuge for some inhabitants of Port Antonio on board American ship Reunion during rebellion.  Edward John Eyre, Governor of Jamaica, Jamaica no. 308, Folios 531-535.

Letters received from 'offices' (government departments and other organisations) on matters relating to Jamaica. Correspondents and subjects are as follows: Foreign Office (thanks to...services of Captain Tracy of US Navy during the 'rebellion'...) CO 137  Colonial Office and predecessors: Jamaica, Original Correspondence

Ernest and Aggie Tracy started the discussion Dennis F. Tracey  11 May 2011

The first History of Eureka Lodge relates how Brother Captain Dennis F. Tracey received a citation in 1865, from the Legislative Council of the island of Jamaica for rescuing nearly 500 men, women, and children. As the story goes, Captain Tracey's barque "REUNION" was loading in Port Antonio, Jamaica when an insurrection broke out on the island. A large number of citizens sought his protection. He received them aboard and put to sea at once. He returned to port the next day but did not deem it safe yet, and returned to sea until a British gunboat arrived and took charge of the refugees. Brother Tracey was raised in Eureka Lodge in 1857.
Dennis F. Tracey, master of the barque "REUNION", died at Savanah, Georgia, November 5, 1866. His body was brought home and buried in Seaside Cemetery with Masonic Honors.

Sandra Tracy 14 May 2011 [see Kilkenny page]

Is this the Dennis F. Trac(e)y, son of Dennis Tracy and Hannah (Nancy) Peabody? I would be his half 2nd great grandniece? He is in fact Buried at Seaside Cemetary, St. George, ME.

Ernest and Aggie Tracy 14 May 2011

That's the one.

 

Denis Tracy b. abt 1798 m. Abigall B. Drisko Aug 1823 and Hannah Peabody 16 January 1831 Columbia Maine (LDS)

1. Dennis TRACY b. ca1798 Ireland (possibly Kilkenny) d between 1835-1849 ME m Abigail Drisko
2. Amos L. TRACY b. 1828 ME, d 31 Jan 1888 ME m Abigail Crowley GRAY
3. John Franklin TRACY b 3 Nov 1863 ME d. 26 Jan 1917 ME m. Flora Rosetta Isabel BUTLER
4. Charles Gilbert TRACY b. 20 Apr 1890 ME, d. 29 Apr 1964 B.C. Canada m. Maggie Craig LEITH
5. Victor Samuel TRACY b. 20 Jul 1928 Man Canada, d 29 Jul 1974 BC Canada m Katerina Weselowski
6. Victor Leigh TRACY b.***

sandra.tracy@fao.org March 09, 2005

 

 

1865 Richard Tracey - Jamaica

9 1 3-27-65 Affidavit of William Dalrymple (with List of Tenants on Hyde Estate, Notice to Claimants, Tenants, and Incumbrancers, Hyde Estate, and List of Small Settlers or Owners of Lands adjoining Hyde Estate) 11P

A Guide To Additional Papers Relating To The Swanswick And Hyde Estates, Jamaica, In The George Hyde Clarke Family Papers, Cornell University, Ithaca, Ny 14853

 

1866 [3595] [3749] Papers relative to the affairs of Jamaica.

The Humble petition of the poor people of Jamaica and parish of Saint Ann's...signed...Richard Tracey +...William Tracey +...

 

1 February 1875 (FJ)

Catholic church, Kingstown, St. Vincent, West Indies...assisted by the Rev. J.R. Tracy...

 

1878 Jamaica

Stoneyfield, Edward McPherson proprietor, Thomas Tracey overseer, Salt Gut St Mary

 

1879 Sadliers' catholic directory,  and clergy list quarterly

Rev. De Tracy. Island of St. Lucia

De Tracy, Georgetown, Island of St. Vincent, W.I.

 

 

1880 US Census

 

Household: Brooklyn, Kings (Brooklyn), New York City-Greater, New York

 Name 

Relation

Marital Status

Gender

Race

Age

Birthplace

Occupation

Father's Birthplace

Mother's Birthplace

 Elizabeth TRACY 

 Self 

 W 

 Female 

 W 

 50 

 CUBA 

 Keeping House 

 ENG 

 ENG 

 Thomas ROCKWELL 

 Other 

 S 

 Male 

 W 

 45 

 NY 

 Broker 

 --- 

 --- 

 Robert MATIER 

 Other 

 S 

 Male 

 W 

 21 

 IRE 

 Merchant 

 IRE 

 IRE 

 Mark FINDLEY 

 Other 

 M 

 Male 

 W 

 35 

 IRE 

 Merchant 

 IRE 

 IRE 

 Mary HARRISON 

 Other 

 W 

 Female 

 B 

 50 

 NY 

 Servant 

 --- 

 --- 

 

 

Household: 6th Ward, District 6, Brooklyn, Kings (Brooklyn), New York City-Greater, New York

 

 Name 

Relation

Marital Status

Gender

Race

Age

Birthplace

Occupation

Father's Birthplace

Mother's Birthplace

 Wm. C. TRACEY 

 Self 

 M 

 Male 

 W 

 45 

 WEST I. 

 Dentist 

 IRELAND 

 IRE 

 Annie TRACEY 

 Wife 

 M 

 Female 

 W 

 31 

 IRE 

 Keep House 

 IRELAND 

 IRE 

 Charles TRACEY 

 Son 

 S 

 Male 

 W 

 13 

 NY 

 School 

 JAMAICA 

 IRE 

 

Thursday, January 24, 1889 Brooklyn Eagle

Obituary - Dr. William C. Tracy

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

 

1881 British Census

 

Household: Barrack Street, Norwich St James, Norfolk, England

 Name 

Relation

Marital Status

Gender

Age

Birthplace

Occupation

Disability

 Mark James TREACEY 

 Head 

 U 

 Male 

 45 

 Bermuda B S, West Indies 

 Pensioner Music Teacher 

 

 

Household: Vessel "Cleopatra" Royal Navy, England

 Name 

Relation

Marital Status

Gender

Age

Birthplace

Occupation

Disability

 Richard RENTON 

 Other

 M 

 Male 

 43 

 Landrake, Cornwall, England 

 Leading Stoker 

 

 Michael COLEMAN 

 Other

 U 

 Male 

 17 

 Cork Co Dunbacon, Ireland 

 Boy 1st Class 

 

 Robert WATSON 

 Other

 U 

 Male 

 17 

 Manchester, Lancashire, England 

 Boy 1st Class 

 

 George COLEMAN 

 Other

 U 

 Male 

 17 

 Greencastle Donnegal, Ireland 

 Boy 1st Class 

 

 James SULLIVAN 

 Other

 U 

 Male 

 17 

 Ardmore Waterford, Ireland 

 Boy 1st Class 

 

 William LEE 

 Other

 U 

 Male 

 17 

 Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland 

 Boy 1st Class 

 

 John T. LUXON 

 Other

 M 

 Male 

 31 

 Devonport, Devon, England 

 Engine Room Artificer 

 

 Edward PENROSE 

 Other

 M 

 Male 

 38 

 Sanwell, Cornwall, England 

 Leading Stoker 

 

 John HAWKINS 

 Other

 M 

 Male 

 35 

 Anthony Passage, Cornwall, England 

 Leading Stoker 

 

 Thomas TYRELL 

 Other

 M 

 Male 

 33 

 Plymouth, Devon, England 

 Leading Stoker 

 

 George JONES 

 Other

 U 

 Male 

 22 

 Sunderland, Durham, England 

 Stoker 

 

 William CHAPPLE 

 Other

 M 

 Male 

 27 

 Plymouth, Devon, England 

 Stoker 

 

 Thomas E. BLYTHE 

 Other

 U 

 Male 

 17 

 Popular, Middlesex, England 

 Boy 1st Class 

 

 Isaac ABBOT 

 Other

 M 

 Male 

 45 

 Canterbury, Kent, England 

 Engine Room Artificer 

 

 Edwin J. WALSH 

 Other

 M 

 Male 

 23 

 Cork Co Cork, Ireland 

 Stoker 

 

 George T. REES 

 Other

 U 

 Male 

 17 

 Tenby, Pembroke, Wales 

 Boy 1st Class 

 

 David DERRY 

 Other

 U 

 Male 

 28 

 St Austell, Cornwall, England 

 Act Engine Rm Artificer 

 

 Arthur A. RAY 

 Other

 U 

 Male 

 18 

 Salisbury, Wiltshire, England 

 Signal Boy 

 

 George TRASEY 

 Other

 M 

 Male 

 24 

 Barbadoes, West Indies 

 Stoker 

 

 John ROSE 

 Other

 U 

 Male 

 26 

 Cork Queenstown, Ireland 

 Leading Stoker 

 

 

George Trasey, 112061

Place of Birth: Barbadoes, West Indies

Date: 25 April 1857

ADM 188/139 Admiralty: Royal Navy Registers of Seamen's Services

 

Household: "Honiton Grammer School" High Street, Honiton, Devon, England

 Name 

Relation

Marital Status

Gender

Age

Birthplace

Occupation

Disability

 Arthur ROGERS 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 12 

 Weston Super Mare 

 Scholar 

  

 Harry Owen TRACEY

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 11 

 Bermuda 

 Scholar 

  

 Harold Charles HILL 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 11 

 India 

 Scholar 

  

 Arthur Henry DOLMAN 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 12 

 Tiverton 

 Scholar 

  

 Martin ASHLEY 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 11 

 Modbury, Devon, England 

 Scholar 

  

 George Boyd WICKER 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 11 

 Burrampore, India 

 Scholar 

  

 Percy Largent BELL 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 12 

 Manea, Cambridge, England 

 Scholar 

  

 Percy Adolphus SIMPSON 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 14 

 Dargeeling, India 

 Scholar 

  

 Neville Gardner HILL 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 12 

 Exeter, Devon, England 

 Scholar 

  

 Stuart Horsfall HALL 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 10 

 Belper 

 Scholar 

  

 Oliver LEIGH 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 12 

 Bridgewater 

 Scholar 

  

 Edward Hugh DOFAX ? 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 11 

 Frome, Somerset, England 

 Scholar 

  

 Cecil Henry WALSH 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 12 

 Southleigh, Oxford, England 

 Scholar 

  

 Edward Lewis HUNT 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 9 

 London, London, Middlesex, England 

 Scholar 

  

 Richard SHEEPSHANK 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 9 

 Bilton 

 Scholar 

  

 Hugh NORTHCOTE 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 12 

  

 Scholar 

  

 Robert Henry NORTHCOTE 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 11 

  

 Scholar 

  

 William Osmonde VENN 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 11 

 Payhembury 

 Scholar 

  

 Robert Warren VENN 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 12 

 Uffculme, Devon, England 

 Scholar 

  

 John SPILLER 

 Scholar 

  

 Male 

 12 

 Queensland, Australia 

 Scholar 

  

 

*Joined Royal Navy [Son of Harry Adair Tracey of Antrim & Cork, Ireland?]

 

 

Michael J. Treacy M.R.C.V.S.

Dr. Treacy, late veterinarian Eight U.S. Cavalry, died of yellow fever at Puerto Principe, Cuba, July 15, 1899. Dr. Tracey was a graduate of the Royal College at Glasgow, class of 1874...[article]

The Journal of comparative medicine and veterinary archives, Volume 20

 

Freemasons

Charles E Tracey, 1899, Unity St Georges Bermuda, Copl R.E.

 

 

1900 Census - Boston city Ward 11, Suffolk, Massachusetts

Joseph Tracy   Lodger, M ,West Indies, 35?, single, black, parents born W Indies, immigrated 1880?, 20 years resident, na, car cleaner

 

Joseph M. Tracy, 31. single, black, of 70 Vileston? St Everest, car cleaner, b. 1871 St. Kitts, B.W.I. (s. of John Tracy & Judith Minter) married Henrietta L. Caines, 20, single, black, of 57 Norwood St Everest, domestic, b. 1882 St. Kitts, B.W.I. (d. of Joseph A. Caines & Margaret Henry) 24 Sep 1902 Everett, Massachusetts

 

Henrietta Tracy, widow, passport application 1922

Husband naturalised Boston Mass Jan 15 1917, father Joseph A Caines signed affidavit

 

pass.jpg

 

SS Admiral Farragut Port Morant, Jamaica to Boston, Massachusetts 18 June 1901

Sidney Tracey; Age: 32; Gender: m; married/single: s; Occupation: traveller; Read/Write: yes; Nationality: British; Last residence: Columbia; Final destination: New York; ticket to final destination? yes; paid by? self; in possession of $30? no; in US before? no; joining? no; never in prison or almshouse, never supported by charity, not a polygamist, not under contract for labour; Health: good; deformed or crippled: no.

 

1914-1918 Jamaica WWI Dead

Mellard Tracey, Pte. B.W.I.R.

1914-1920 British Army medal index cards

Mellard Tracey, British West Indies Regiment 6395 Private

 

1928 Jamaica Wills

Thoas Augustus Tracey 106 [see below]

 

United States Naturalization Petitions

Daniel Tracy, born 4 or 8 Aug 1887 Retreat, St Mary, Jamaica BWI. Naturalised 1933 & 1839 Boston Massachussetts & Los Angeles, CA

 

Gibraltar National Archives – Evacuation Records

EvacId

Surname

Forename

Address

Age

ContingentNo

EmbarkationDate

EmbarkationCardNo

Destination

ShipAndDesignation

No

Notes

1459

TREACY

Blanca

55 Catalan Bay

?

2J

30/10/1940

12647

Jamaica

THYSVILLE

394

No data

1460

TREACY

Maggie

55 Catalan Bay

?

2J

30/10/1940

12648

Jamaica

THYSVILLE

394

No data

2633

TREACY

Elisa

23 Catalan Bay

36

2M

10/08/1940

21029

Madeira

NEURALIA

1247

No data

2634

TREACY

Vincent

23 Catalan Bay

5

2M

10/08/1940

21029

Madeira

NEURALIA

1247

No data

 

1911 Census Gibraltar

 

ID: 13568

Surname: TRACEY

Forename: Blanca

Sex: F

Age: 40

Disabilities: No data

Birthplace: Catalan Bay

Religion: GIBRALTAR

Education: Roman Catholic

Occupation: Unable to read or write

Division: 6th

District: No data

Street: No data

HouseNo: Catalan Bay

NoOfRooms: 18

NoOfPersons: No data

MaritalStatus: 4

FamilyRelationship: Widow

EmploymentPosition: Head of Family

PageNo: Working on her own account

Listname: TRACEY Blanca

Remarks: No data

Notes: No data

Notes1: No data

Notes2: No data

 

ID: 13569

Surname: TRACEY

Forename: Patrick

Sex: M

Age: 18

Disabilities: No data

Birthplace: Isle of Wight

Religion: ENGLAND

Education: Roman Catholic

Occupation: Able to read & write

Division: 6th

District: Dock Yard

Street: No data

HouseNo: No data

NoOfRooms: Catalan Bay

NoOfPersons: 18

MaritalStatus: No data

FamilyRelationship: 4

EmploymentPosition: Single

PageNo: Son

Listname: TRACEY Patrick

Remarks: 44

Notes: No data

Notes1: No data

Notes2: No data

 

ID: 13570

Surname: TRACEY

Forename: Margarita

Sex: F

Age: 16

Disabilities: No data

Birthplace: Isle of Wight

Religion: ENGLAND

Education: Roman Catholic

Occupation: Able to read & write

Division: 6th

District: No data

Street: No data

HouseNo: Catalan Bay

NoOfRooms: 18

NoOfPersons: No data

MaritalStatus: 4

FamilyRelationship: Single

EmploymentPosition: Daughter

PageNo: Working on her own account

Listname: TRACEY Margarita

Remarks: No data

Notes: No data

Notes1: No data

Notes2: No data

 

ID: 13571

Surname: TRACEY

Forename: William

Sex: M

Age: 10

Disabilities: No data

Birthplace: Shonclift

Religion: ENGLAND

Education: Roman Catholic

Occupation: Able to read & write

Division: 6th

District: No data

Street: No data

HouseNo: Catalan Bay

NoOfRooms: 18

NoOfPersons: 1

MaritalStatus: 4

FamilyRelationship: Single

EmploymentPosition: Son

PageNo: No data

Listname: TRACEY William

Remarks: No data

Notes: No data

Notes1: No data

Notes2: No data

 

 

 

 Birth, Marriage and Death Records

 

 

[121 Treacy]

 

Baptisms Of Slaves And Some Free Persons As Recorded In The St. Ann Register

March 3, 1804 Volume IV, page 129

Names of Negroes baptized at Liberty Hill the property of George Stennett

Baptismal Name, Former Name, Age

Thomas Tracey, Pere, 35 years

John Tracey, John Parsons, 30

Richard Tracey, Bush, 30

Mr. Radcliffe’s Negroes

James Tracey, Henry Tracey, mulatto, 50 years

 

??? Tracy (b. about 1781 Jamaica, Caribbean) & Thomas Radcliffe (LDS) July 1801 Pennsylvania

July 1801 Pennsylvania

At Providence, on the 28th ult., by the Rev. Mr. Clarke, Thomas Radcliffe, Jun., Esq., of South Carolina, to the amiable Miss Tracy, of the island of Jamaica.

A Register of Marriages and Deaths, 1800-1801 (continued). The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 23, No. 2 (1899), pp. 241-248

Dec 1807 Lancashire

Married R. Alexander, esq, of the island of Jamaica, to Mrs. Radcliff, youngest daughter of the late Col. John Tracey, of St. Ann's Jamaica

The Athenaeum

 

Ada Treacy & Benjamin Moncriffe

Everard Moncriffe b. 3 Oct 1915 of Mango Valley, Parish of Saint Mary, Jamaica. Alice Moncriffe, aunt.

 

Agatha Tracey labourer

Vincent Augustus Tracey b. 28 Dec 1925 Masons River Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. Mulvina Alexander present at birth.

Agatha Tracey labourer

Wilhelmina Tracey b. 09 Nov 1929 Douglas Castle Masono River Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. Hubert Cameron present at birth.

Agatha Tracey labourer [her mark]

Frederick George Tracey b. 10 Aug 1930 Rio Bueno Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

 

Alexander Tracey (labourer) [his mark] & Esther Williams

Viola Tracey b. 15 Mar 1924 Trout Hall Nears Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica

 

Amelia Tracey cullivalor [her mark]

Ashor Alexander Tracey b. 14 Feb 1926 James Hill Mears Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica

Amelia Tracey labourer

Arold Tracey b. 20 Jun 1929 Johns Hall  A Inon Town Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. Sylvia Tracey occupier.

 

Ann Tracy a labourer

Mary Jane Tracy b. 21 Mar 1882 Tussa Alexandria  Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Joshua Johnson present at birth

Ann Tracey a labourer [mark]

Matthew Tracey b. 25 Nov 1882 Gardenhall Alexandra Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

Ann Tracey labourer [mark]

Nathaniel Tracey b. 01 Mar 1883 Drax Hall Satah St Ann Bay Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

Ann Tracey a labourer

Thedorah Tracey b. 28 Sep 1883 [female] Trisey Alexandria Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Joshua Johnson [cancelled]

Ann Tracey a labourer

Thedorah Tracey b. 28 Sep 1883 [female] Tricey Alexandria Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Joshua Johnson occupier

Ann Tracey

Jessey Tracey (Female) b. 20 Aug 1884 St Ann, Green Hill, Alexandria, Jamaica

Ann Tracey labourer

Charles Tracey b. 23 Oct 1885 Drashall St Anns Bay Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Daniel McLean occupier.

Ann Tracey a labourer

Alfred Tracey b. 07 Mar 1886 Tricey Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Joshua Johnson occupier

Ann Tracey a labourer

Sarah Tracey b. 05 Sep 1886 Green Hill Alexandria Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. John Moses occupier.

Ann Tracey a labourer

Jeumima Tracey b. 01 Oct 1888 Tricey Alexandria Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Joshua Johnson occupier.

Ann Tracey a labourer

Henry John Tracey b. 01 Feb 1889 Green Hill Alexandria Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. John Moses occupier.

 

Beatrice Tracey a labourer [her mark]

Irene Louise Tracey b. 03 Oct 1913 Rio Bueno Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

 

Blanca Treacy, widow, about 70 years, b. about 1872, died 22 Aug 1942 Half Way Tree, Saint Andrew, Jamaica [evacuated from Gibraltar]

 

Cath Tracey of Woodstock m. James Hutcheson, apprentice of Retirement 8/9/1835 St. Ann's Wesleyan Methodist

 

Catherine Tracey a labourer

Maria Tracey b. 28 Dec 1883 of Rattering, Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica. Thomas Linton, occupier Rattering

Catherine Tracy a labourer [her mark]

Ezekiel Tracy b. 05 May 1887 of Clarks? town, Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

Catherine Tracy a labourer [her mark]         

Simeon Adolphus J Tracy b. 10 Aug 1888 Clarks Town Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

Catherine Tracey a labourer [her mark]

Renard Tracey b. 02 Nov 1894 Clarks Town Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

Catherine Trasey a labourer [her mark]

Howard Trasey b. 26 Oct 1899 Clarks Town Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

 

Cathrine Tracy a labourer [mark]

Silvester Tracy b. 02 Jan 1887 Berge Hill Alexandria Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

 

Cecelia Tracey a labourer

Anither Letetia Tracey b. 16 Jun 1881 Comfort Hall Parish of Saint Catherine, Jamaica. Michael Gordon occupier.

 

Charles Rose & Elizabeth Gordon (LDS)

Ann Tracy b. 30 Jul 1878 Port Maria, Saint Mary, Jamaica, Caribbean

 

Clementina Tracey labourer

Ceceline Tracey b. 24 Feb 1919 Maunridge Chapelton Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. Doris Cummings present at birth

 

Charles Wurts Tracy & Mary Manning Salter (LDS)

George Bentley Tracy m. Lillie Frueh 27 OCT 1915 Nueva Gerona, Isle Of Pines, Caribbean

 

Clementina Tracey labourer

Herbie Jeremiah Tracey b. 03 Jul 1923 Mailridge Chapellin Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. Hugh Graham occupier.

Clementina Tracey labourer

Osbourne Simon Tracey b. 09 Apr 1925 Mauiridge Chapillm Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. Esther Lennon present at birth.

 

1. Thomas Treacy & Hanora Connors

2. Daniel Joseph Treacy & ??? [Patrica] McKenna

3. Charles Patrick Treacy (b. 7 Feb 1934 Trindad British West Indies d. July 16 1986 New Port News, Virginia) & ??? Harris

http://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-22098921/edwards?familyTreeID=1&rootIndivudalID=1001110

Colborne 23 Jul 1933 Canada

Dan Treacy, 55, Brewer, of Templemore, lived Sept 1923 to Aug 1931 Canada, Father-in-law Mr. McKenna 189 Laurier Ave East Ottawa, Business: C/o Gordon Grant, Port of Spain, Trinidad.

Patricia Treacy, wife, 33, b. Dundalk Ireland, lived 1904 to Feb 1931 Canada

Nora Treacy, daughter, 2?, b. Tinidad West Indies

'Bayard' Port Au Spain Trinidad to Phil 29 Sept 1936

Patricia B Treacy, 36, b. 1900 Co Lough [Howth Dublin?] Ireland. Husband: D.J. Tracey, Walters Brewery, Trinidad, B.W.I. In transit 1835 frequently on holidays. Father Patrick McKenna 189, Lanrur Ave. Travelling to Attawa Canada via Los Angle Calif. 5'6", fair complexion, brn hair, gray blue eyes. [Emigrated to Canada 1904?]

Nora Kathleen Tracey,4, b. 1932 Trinidad B.W.I. Father: D.J. Tracey, Walters Brewery, Trinidad. to St. Alban Canada. Fair complexion, blonde hair, blue eyes.

Charles Patrick Tracey, 2, b. 1934 Trinidad B.W.I. Father: D.J. Tracey, Walters Brewery, Trinidad. to St. Albans Canada. Fair complexion, blonde hair, blue eyes.

 

Eleanor Tracey         

James Newby Tracey b. 01 Sep 1879 Priory Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. William Newby present at birth.

Eleanor Tracey

Antonette Newby b. 01 Oct 1882 St Ann, Jamaica

Eleanor Tracey labourer

Luna Jane Tracey b. 10 Apr 1885 Priory St Ann Bay Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. William Newby occupier.

 

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.

http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Members/d/dollarFamily.htm

 

Elizabeth Tracey

Delfina Elizabeth Tracey b.13 Nov 1882 St Ann, Jamaica

 

Elizabeth Tracey a labourer

Dorcas Elizabeth Tracey b. 24 Apr 1894 Kemp Rock River Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. Alexander Thomas occupier

 

Elizabeth Tracy a labourer

Adora Tracy b. 17 Jun 1887 Searbrough Alexandria Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Edward Williams present at birth.

 

Elizabeth Tracey domestic

Herbert Vivian Tracey b. 05 Oct 1898 of 1 Courat Land Kingston Gardens Kingston  Parish of Kingston, Jamaica. Robert Samuel Bethune in charge of the child 21 Hannah Street Allman Town Kingstown

 

Elizabeth Tracey a labourer

Alice Maud Victoria Tracey b. 25 Aug 1889 Sturge Town Browns Town Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Patrick Choystie occupier

 

Francella Tracey labourer

Trevnel Tracey b. 28 Sep 1928 [female] Richmond Park Mocho Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. Daniel Reid occupier.

 

Georgiana Tracy labourer

John Tracy b. 28 Jun 1887 St Anns bay Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Elizabeth Aithins present at birth.

 

Grace Tracey & Mallett,

Ernest Daniel, b 3/1876, bap 9/18/1881 Sp. Richard Ewell and Ann Montague.

 

Henry Tracy & Alice Tracy Leffingwell (LDS)

William Henry Tracy (b. 28 FEB 1796 Norwich, New London, Connecticut d. 12 APR 1842 Quiana, Puerto Rico, Caribbean) m. Hetty Ann Coit 1st Dec 1824

 

Hilda Tracy a labourer [her mark]

Theodore Tracy b. 10 Oct 1905 Torn Bell Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

Hilda Tracey a labourer

Ruth Tracey b. 25 Sep 1907 Tom Bell Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

 

Honora Tracey m. Simon Chileot Oct 11 1724 St Georges Parish Monserratt

 

Isaac Tracey (labourer) [mark] & Theodora Wilson

Isaac Samuel Tracey b. 18 Jul 1884 Road Side Retirment Monegue Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

Isaac Tracey (labourer) [mark] & Dora Wilson

Ada Tracey b. 16 Mar 1886 Retisement Moneague Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

Isaac Tracey (planter) [mark] & Dora Wilson

David Tracey b. 11 Aug 1888 Retirement Monegue Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

Isaac Tracey (planter) & Dora Wilson [her mark]

Harris Tracey b. 20 May 1890 Retisement Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

 

James Tracy (b. abt Jan 1809 Galway Ireland d. aft 1881) & Helen ??? (LDS)

Mary Ann Tracey (b. 12 Feb 1845 Trinidad, British West Indies d. abt 1918 Ft. Banks,Winthrop,Mass) m. James J. Broadhurst 12th Jan 1864 Halifax, Nova Scotia

James Tracey was a British soldier 23rd Regiment of Foot, Welsh Fusiliers, born 1809 Galway IRE, discharged Aug 1847 in Nova Scotia, two known children, Mary Ann Tracey (b.1845, Trinidad), my gr-grandmother, married James Broadhurst in Halifax, and second daughter Elizabeth J. Tracey b1846 in one of the Caribbean islands according to British military records. James Tracey’s wife was named Helen, surname unknown, also born Ireland, who was allowed to travel with him from base to base. I am seeking information about Elizabeth J Tracey, who is believed to have married in Halifax, N.S. In 1881 and 1891 McAlpine’s Director James is shown living at 124 Maitland Street, Halifax. If anyone has access to the 1881 or 1891 census (is there an earlier census?), I would appreciate a lookup to determine who is listed in his household. Please contact me at agbroadhurst@hotmail.com

 

Jessie Tracey labourer

Arthur Sylvester Tracey b. 04 Aug 1886 St Anns Bay Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Charles Phillips occupier.

 

Jestina Tracey labourer [her mark]

Inez Maud Tracey b. 20 May 1927 Tombell Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

 

John Tracey (storeman) [mark] & Ellen Boyle

Elizabeth Tracey b. 04 Mar 1891 of 10 Comad Lane Kingston Parish of Kingston, Jamaica

John Tracy (storeman) [mark] & Ellen Boyle

Stanley John Tracy b. 24 Jan 1894 of 10 Comad Lane Kingston Parish of Kingston, Jamaica

John Tracy (stroreman)  [mark] & Ellen Bogle

Alfred Blake Tracy b. 09 Mar 1896 of 18 Cambridge St Kingston Parish of Kingston, Jamaica

 

Joseph Tracey (planter) [mark] & Sarah Grant

- Tracey [female] b. 07 Jul 1878 Good Hope Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

Sarah Grant

- Tracy [female] b. 22 Sep 1879 Good Hope Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Joseph Tracey present at birth [mark]

 

Joseph Tracy & Ann Hinkley (LDS)

Jared Tracy (b. 10 OCT 1741 Norwich, New London, Connecticut d. 25 DEC 1790 Demers, Caribbean) m. Margaret Grant 20th Oct 1765

Frederick Tracy, Captain (b. 03 AUG 1749 Norwich, New London, Connecticut d. 21 JUN 1803 Heiti, Caribbean) m. Deborah Thomas About 1770 Norfolk, Litchfield, Connecticut

 

Isabella Wisdom

Margaret Matilda Tracey b. 4 February 1862 bapt. 08 Oct 1876 Burge Hill St. Ann's Middlesex Jamaica, Blk, Illgit

Isabella Wisdom

Catherine Tracy b. 27 June 1864 bapt. 10 Sep 1876 Burge Hill St. Ann Jamaica, Black, illegit

Robert Augustus Tracy b. 16 August 1866 bapt. 10 Sep 1876 Burge Hill St. Ann Jamaica, Black, illegit

Isabella Wisdom [Note: No. 15 & 16 on same page]

15. Adam Benjamin Tracey b. 15th January 1871, bapt. 11 March 1879 [1877?] Burge Hill St. Ann’s Middlesex Jamaica, Blk, Illgte,

Joseph Tracey (labourer) & Isabella Wisdom

16. William James Tracey b. 28th September 1874 bapt. 11 Mar 1877 Burge Hill St. Ann’s Middlesex Jamaica, Blk, Legte,

 

Hi,
I am doing research on my family name Tracey, It appears that my descendants are linked with the many spellings ie. Tracey, tracey, traci etc. My line goes from Jamaica, to Ireland. I have a name of a William James Tracey born 28t Sep 1874 son of Joseph Tracey, no dates.

Raymond Tracey 2002

 

Julia Tracy [mark]

Samuel Williams Tracy b. 28 Jul 1879 Raymonds Hill Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

 

Julian Tracey            

David Lutor Tracey b. 09 Apr 1882 St Ann Bay Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Henrietta Sharpe present at birth.

 

Letitia Tracy & Robert Allen

James Albert Allen bap 8/11/1926. b 10/14/1878. at 11 Rodney St., was Anglican. ST. ANNE'S RC VII, 38 #262 Jesuit

 

Margaret Tracey a labourer

Charles Samuel Tracey b. 11 Dec 1887 Ararat Browns Town Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica, Henry Lawrence occupier.

 

Margaret Tracey a labourer [mark]

Jane Tracey b. 05 Oct 1889 Sturge Town Browns Town Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

 

Maria Tracy a domestic

Joel Augustus Tracy b. 03 Sep 1886 Clariecdow Rock River Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. Prince William Paluca occupier

Maria Tracey a seamtress [her mark]

Othniel Tracey, male, b. 22 Mar 1900 Dry Hill Rock River Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica

 

Maria Tracy a labourer

Robert Tracy b. 30 Sep 1889 Chalky Hills Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Elizabeth Henry present at birth.

 

Marie Tracey a labourer [her mark]

Rebecca Tracey b. 02 Apr 1915 Rio Bueno Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

Marie Tracey labourer [her mark]

Owen George Tracey b. 02 Jun 1924 Tombell Rio Bueno Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

 

Marion Tracey a labourer

Florena Adina Tracey b. 24 Nov 1913 St Vincent Albert Town Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica. Robert Shaw present at birth.

Marion Tracey a labourer

Kenneth James Adolphus Tracey b. 27 Nov 1915 St Vincent Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica. Robert James Shaw present at birth.

Marion Tracey labourer

Stanford Constantine Tracey b. 19 Apr 1920 of St Vincent, Albert Town Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica. Louise Tracey present at birth.

 

Martha Jane Tracy a domestic

Walter Tracy b. 24 Oct 1903 Rio Bueno Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

Mary Jane Tracy a labourer

Lucille Tracy b. 11 Jan 1909 Rio Bueno Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

 

Martin Tracey (culdivafor) [singed] & Rosey Ellis

Dorcas Elizabeth Tracey b. 03 Jan 1919 Salem Mears Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica

Martyn Tracey (cullivador) [his mark] & Rosey Ann Ellis

Inez Tracey b. 25 Sep 1920 Salem James Hill Mears Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica

Martin Tracey (cullivador) [sign] & Rose Ann Ellis

Elsilina Tracey b. 13 Jan 1923 Salem James Hill Mears Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica

 

Marianne Tracey married Alfred Uter, blacks slaves, Banns, Jamaica, November 20 1825

 

Mary Tracey & John O. Wood

Sarah Wood, free mustee daughter born June 24 1818 bapt 30 August 1818 Port Royal

Mary Ann Tracey [her mark]

Dorcas Maria Tracey b. Nov 1884 of Clark's Town, Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

Marian Tracy a labourer [her mark]

Theresa Adora Tracy b. 01 Apr 1887 of Clark's? Town Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

Mary Ann Tracy [her mark]

Arabella Tracy b. 30 Jun 1888 Clarks Town Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

Mary Ann Tracy a labourer [her mark]

John Tracy b. 12 Sep 1889 Clarks Town Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

Mary Ann Tracey a labourer           

Lucy Elizabeth Tracey b. 18 Sep 1894 Clarks Town  Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

Mary Ann Tracey a labourer [her mark]

Rebecca Tracey b. 14 Jun 1897 Clarks Town Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

 

Mary Ann Tracy a labourer

Jane Tracy b. 03 May 1887 Green Castle Browns Town Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Adam Tracy occupier [mark].

Mary Ann Tracy a labourer

Elizabeth Tracy b. 18 Jun 1889 Shuege Town Browns Town Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Adam Tracy occupier [mark]

 

Mary Tracy a labourer

Hilda Tracy b. 25 Dec 1905 Rio Bueno Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

 

Mary Tracey labourer

Thomas Tracey b. 26 Mar 1884 Mountarrarat St Anns Bay Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. John Mc Kenighh occupier.

 

Peter Tracey married Susannah Scott, blacks slaves, Banns, Jamaica, February 8 1824

 

Princess Elizabeth Tracey seamstress

Robert Archibald Tracey b. 24 Jun 1883 Milford Stann Ocho Rio Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. CL Russell present at birth.

Princess Elizabeth Tracey seamstress

William Alexander Tracey b. 24 Jun 1883 Milford Stann Ocho Rio Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. CL Russell present at birth.

Princess Tracey seamstress

Anne Rebecca Tracey b. 03 Feb 1885 Ocho Rio Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. CL Russell present at birth.

 

Rebecca Ann Tracey a labourer

Tomazania Tracey [female] b. 22 Jan 1887 Green Hills Alexandria  Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. David Ansel Clark present at birth.

 

Robert Tracy (labour) [signed] & Catherine Johnston

Uleannah Tracy (Female) b. 12 Dec 1881 Belfield Dry Harbour St Ann, Jamaica

Robert Tracy (labourer) [signed] & Catherine Johnson       

Samuel Tracy b. 05 Nov 1884 Belfield Dry Harbour Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica.

Robert Tracy (labourer) [signed] & Catherine Johnston      

Richard Edward Tracy b. 20 Jan 1887 Belfield Dry Harbour Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

 

Robert Tracy (labourer) [mark] & Hannah Wilson

Martin Tracy b. 24 Sep 1878 Slurge Town Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

Robert Tracey (labourer) [signed] & Catherine Johnson

Ledora Tracey b. 04 Apr 1879 Belle Field Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

Robert Tracey (labourer) [mark] & Hannah Wilson

Hezekiah Tracey b. 07 Jul 1881 Green Castle Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

Robert Tracey (planter) [mark] & Hannah Wilson

John Richard Tracey b. 12 Jul 1884 Green Castle St Anns Bay Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

Robert Tracy (Planter) [mark] & Hannah Wilson

Simeon Tracy b. 01 Mar 1887 Green Castle Browns Town Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica.

Robert Tracy (planter) [mark] & Hannah Wilson    

Alexander Tracy b. 21 Jul 1889 Green Castle Browns Town Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

 

Princess Henry a labourer

Samuel Tracy b. 01 Sep 1882 Davis Town St Anns Bay  Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Samuel Tracy labourer  present at birth [signed]

Samuel Tracey (labourer) [mark] & Princess Henry

Thadeus Tracey b. 06 Nov 1884 Davis Town Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

Samuel Tracey (labourer) & Frances Henry

Alpheas Adolphus Tracey b. 16 Apr 1888 Hams Town St Ann Bay Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Elizabeth Tulloh present at birth.

 

Samuel Tracey & Emma Walters

Thomas Augustus Tracey bap 6/16/1928. About 42 yrs old. "in articulo mortis," in danger of death at Spanish Town Rd. and Pound Rd. Was Presbyterian. Jesuit VII, 83 #570 [will]

 

Sarah Tracey

Arthur Charles Beecham, b 2/22/1873 Mango Valley, (res). Bap 5/22/1873, brown complexion, St. Mary.

 

Sarah Tracy labourer

Delphina Tracy b. 21 Mar 1890 Greadmuch Hill Ocho Rios Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Joseph Franklin present at birth.

 

Simon Tracey - St. Elizabeth, Jamaica

I am looking for information about my great, grandfather Simon Tracey. He lived in Santa Cruz, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica. He was blind for a period of time.

infoseeker560 on Sun Jan 18, 2009

 

Sophia Tracy a labourer

Amelia Lenora Tracy b. 24 Jul 1887 Stuege Town Browns Town Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. John Lawrence occupier.

Sophia Tracy a labourer

Wilfred Alexander Tracy b. 27 Oct 1890 Struge Town Browns Town Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. John Lawrence occupier.

 

Susan Tracy labourer

Eva Agatha Tracy b. 27 May 1896 Rio Bueno Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

 

Silvian Tracy labourer

Lester Leonard Tracy b. 12 May 1928 John's Hall CSransham Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. Ira Campbell occupier.

Sylvian Tracey a domestic

Daniel Tracey b. 02 Nov 1930 John's Hall Grantham Parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. Ira Campell occupier.

 

Stanley Tracey.

Rudolph George Tracey b 1931.  St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church, Kingston, Jamaica. Jesuit VIII, 36 #259

 

Thomas Tracey (labourer) [mark] & Margaret Anderson

Ann Rebecca Tracey b. 12 Mar 1890 Green Castle Browns Town Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

 

Thomas Tracy (labourer) [signed] & Maria Hanson

Martha Jane Tracy b. 01 Oct 1880 Bethel Town Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

 

Thomas Tracey (labourer) m. Sarah McBean of Orange Grove 12/22/1838 Falmouth Wesleyan Methodist

 

Thomas Tracey (labourer) [signed] & Maria White

Zephaniah Augustus Tracey b. 18 Feb 1883 Bethel Town Dry Harbour Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

Mary Tracy b. 07 Nov 1886 Bethel Town Dry Harbour Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica

 

Elizabeth Syms a labourer

Wilhemina Caroline Tracy b. 06 Dec 1887 Borrow Bridge Cave Valley Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Elizabeth McKensie occupier.

 

Wm Tracy & Frances Edwards [made their marks]

Mary Tracy b. 8 Feb 1880 Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

 

William Tracey (labourer of Freehill) & Sophia Hayley (LDS)

Cornelia Tracey b. 30 Nov 1845 Jamaica 

 

William Tracey (labourer) & Maria Christie

Annie Tracey b. 18 Jan 1880 Grabeful Hill Chalky Hill Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Susan Robinson present at birth.

Eustace Tracey b. 18 Jan 1880 Grabeful Hill Chalky Hill Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Susan Robinson present at birth.

Wm Tracey (labourer) & Maria Christy

Theophilus Tracey b. 12 Aug 1882 Chalky Hill Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Jestina Whitebourne present at birth.

William Tracey & Maria Christy Tracey

Ruth Ann Tracey b. 01 Oct 1884 St Ann, Chalky Hill, St Anns Bay, Jamaica. Eliz Morris occupier

William Tracey (labourer) & Maria Christy

Luther James Tracey b. 01 Oct 1884 Chalky Hill St Anns Bay Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Eliz Morris occupier

William Tracey (labourer) & Maria Christy

Joseph Tracy b. 01 May 1887 Chalky Hill, St Anns Bay Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica. Jestina Whitehorne present at birth

 

Zepheniah Tracy [his mark] & Maria Henlin a labourer [her mark]

Pearline Tracy 08 Oct 1910 Rio Bueno Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

 

Zephaniah Tracy & Miriam Samuels a labourer [mark]

Allan Tracy b. 01 Nov 1910 Rio Bueno Parish of Trelawny, Jamaica

 

 

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Robert Archer Tracy (1878-1937)

 

Doctor Robert Archer Tracy, of Hawkinsville, is a native of Montserrat, British West Indies, where he was born September 25, 1878. His father, William Henry Tracy, was a merchant, and his mother's maiden name was Catherine Richards, the grandfather being a Wesleyan minister. On the paternal side his grandparents were Henry and Sarah Tracy. His grandfather was a landowner.

Dr. Tracy was entered in the public schools of St. Mary's and Kinsale when he was of school age; later studied the classics and languages under private tutors. In this way he received liberal education without difficulty, so far as the financial part of it was concerned ; but later when he came to America, he found conditions so different from those to which he had been accustomed, that he was compelled to work to supply himself with the necessary funds to secure the medical training which he desired. He entered the medical department of Shaw University, at Raleigh, from which institution he was graduated with the degree of M. D. in 1908. Later he took lectures at McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

His taste for reading runs to the substantial things in the way of English classics, including the Bible, Pilgrim's Progress, Shakespeare, Milton, and other authors of that class.

Coming to Georgia after the completion of his education, he located at Monticello and engaged in the general practice of medicine. He remained there until 1912, when he moved to Milledgeville, where he practiced four years and then moved to Hawkinsville.

Dr. Tracy has been twice married : first to Miss Nancy Ellen Teachey of Wallace, N. C. This was on November 24, 1909. One child, a daughter, Catherine Francina, was born to this union. Subsequent to the death of his first wife, Dr. Tracy was married a second time to Miss Josephine Bessie Stiles, of Milledgeville, November 27, 1913. Mrs. Tracy is a daughter of Nathan and Adeline Stiles and a niece of Bishop C. H. Phillips of Tennessee. She was educated at Atlanta University and was formerly a teacher at Helen B. Cobb Institute.

He is a member of the Episcopal church, and among the secret orders is identified with the Odd Fellows and Pythians. Looking back over his life, remembering the early death of his father. Dr. Tracy acknowledges with gratitude the influence upon his life for good of the Christian character of his mother, whose simple Christian life impressed him with a deep reverence for her, and imbued him with a sense of Christian duty and obligation which has become a part of his life.

His experience and observation enable him to make valuable suggestions as to how the best interests of the race in the state and nation may be promoted. He says: "The best interests of the Negro in this State and in the nation can be promoted by an exhibition of merely Human Justice on the part of the white people and true culture and education on the part of the sable brother. Prejudice, a perverse human sentiment born of the guardian's relationship, obtained between master and slave, and of the marked ethnic difference between two races existing under the same government and the same conditions of life can be eradicated. The remedy, however, lies in the domain of the strictly psychologic. It is the religion of Jesus Christ that must lift the human soul from the depths of weakness and intolerance, where the imperfections of the animal nature predominate, and plant it in an atmosphere of love and beauty and human brotherhood. The dominance and racial integrity of the Anglo-Saxon need not necessarily be menaced by conceding to a weaker brother the privileges and opportunities due to every man. There should be mutual harmony, respect and perseverance on both sides, each race endeavoring to develop the best elements constituting its peculiar type, while the strong should lead the weak upwards, towards the eternal goal of human perfection. Segregation to me is not a cherished idea. The Negro must not be banished from the white man's civilization. Although there are individuals capable of leading, the race en masse is still in its swaddling clothes, and must develop its splendid inherent capabilities with the benevolent aid of the Caucasian who has for many centuries led the vanguard. Negro education is imperfect, and its system must undergo radical changes. Pope has well said "a little learning is a dangerous thing," and the truth of this saying is nowhere else more plainly evidenced than among our people. Men who aspire to lead in the church and in the liberal professions, ought to equip themselves with the erudition, culture and refinement compatible with their dignified and responsible positions. If there were more true culture and learning among the leaders of the race, there would be less childishness and clamor for cheap notoriety, and a more tangible result of deep study and reflection would be placed to the credit of the race. Social equality is mutually undesirable; yet the bridge of "deadly hate" can be spanned by a reconcilement born of Christian tolerance and forbearance and a union of all who love and labor in the service of a common humanity."

Dr. Tracy has attracted considerable attention as a writer of short stories. His novel "The Sword of Nemesis" [The Neale Publishing Company, New York 1919] has been well received and widely read.

Caldwell, AB ed (1920) History of the American Negro, Georgia Edition. Volune II.

 

R A Tracy, 53 years, b. 25 Sept 1883 West Indies, married, physician (s. of William Henry Tracy & Cathrine Richards both born West Indies) died 23 Feb 1937 Hawkinsville, Pulaski, Georgia, United States

 

Robert Archer Tracy (1878-1937), African-American physician, married Josephine B. Stiles, resided in Hawkinsville, Pulaski County, Georgia. After Tracy's death, Josephine married again first to Robert Wells, then Z.C. Solomon.

R. Archer Tracy papers http://hmfa-maint.libs.uga.edu/hmfa/view?docId=ead/ms1688-ead.xml;query=;brand=default

 

Ellis Island Records

 

Gerald E. Tracey, Gran Couba Trinidad, 1910, 18 years, Cousin: R.A?. Tracey, M.D. Madison Georgia, b. Gran Couba Trinidad, student, Afr Black, Relative: Mrs Tracey, Gran Couba Trinidad, to Madison Georgia.

 

Robert Archer Tracy, Trinidad [crossed out with Mrd? Inlliz?], 1904, 29 years, single, planter, G Britain, Black African, to Balaogh N.C. [crossed out with New York] to Cou Sarah? Bormlin? 117 W 1? 27th St New York

 

Aug 1911 Vermont, St. Albans Canada Border Crossings

Gerald E Tracey, 19, married, student, nationality BWI, race Afro BesO?, from Montreal Canada, mother Mary Tracey Gran Couva Trinidad BWI, to Monticello S. Afa

 

 

 

 

1812-1834 Slave Registers of former British Colonial Dependencies

http://search.ancestry.com/search/DB.aspx?dbid=1129

- Alphabetical

- By Estate

 

Amelia Tracey, 40 years, African

Amelia Tracey, African

Ann tracey, 33 years, Creole

Anne Tracey, 24 years, creole

Augustin Tracey, 20 years, Creole

Augustus Tracy, 22 years, Creole

Aves Tracey, 22 years, Creole

 

Betsey Tracey, 19 years, Creole

BG Tracey, 50 years, African

 

Caroline Tracey of Trinidad

Catherine Tracey, 13 days, creole

 

Daniel Tracey of St. Ann's Jamaica

Daniel Tracey of St. Ann's Jamaica

 

Elizabeth Tracey, 4 years, Creole

Elizabeth tracy (Sydney), 23 years, Creole

Elsey Tracey of Kingston SY Jamaica

Elsey Tracey of Kingston SY Jamaica

 

Fanny Tracey, 18 years

Flora Tracey, 2 years 11 months, Creole

 

George Wm Tracey, 38 years, Creole

 

Jack Tracey, 18 years, Creole

Jack Tracey, 21 years, Creole

Jane Tracey (Jane), 16 years, Creole

Jane Tracey, 30 years

Jane Tracey, creole

Jane Tracy, 23 years, Creole

John tracey (Douglas), 74 years, Creole

John Tracey (Sampson), 14 years, Creole

John Tracey, 1 year 6 months, Creole

John Tracey, 15 years 9 months, Barbadian

John Tracey, 20 years, Congalese

John Tracey, 25 years, Creole

John Tracey, 28 years 3 months, Creole

John Tracy, 26 years, Congolese

Joseph tracey, 36 years, Creole

 

Mary Tracey of Kingston AB Jamaica

Mary Tracy, 2 years, Creole

 

Milbrough Tracey of St. Ann's Jamaica

Milbrough Tracey of St. Ann's Jamaica

Milly Tracey, 54 years, Creole

Milly Tracey, 63 years, Creole

 

Nancy Tracey, 25 years, Creole

Nancy Tracey, 7 months, Creole

 

Old Mary (Elroy Tracey), 73 years, African

Old? Tracey, 6 years

 

Richard Tracey (Bush), 42 years, Creole

Richard Tracey, 44 years

Richard Tracey, 48 years, Creole

Richard Tracey, 53 years, Creole

Robert Tracey, 1 year, Creole

Robert Tracy, 2 years, Creole

Rose Tracy, 33 years, Grenadines

Rt Tracey (Rugged), 53 years, Creole

 

Sally Tracey (Deligenie), 43 years, Creole

Sally Tracey (Diligenco), 40 years, Creole

Sally Tracey, 39 years, Creole

Sally Tracy, 36 years, Creole

Sam tracey

Sam tracey, 30 years, Creole

Sam tracey, African

Sarah Tracey, 37 years, African

Sarah Tracey, Creole

Sarah Tracey, Creole

September Tracy, 35 years, Gold Coast

 

Thomas G Tracey of St. Mary's RY Jamaica

Thomas Gray Tracey of St. Ann's Jamaica

Thomas Grey Tracey of St. Mary's Jamaica

Thomas Grey Tracey of St. Mary's Jamaica

Thomas Tracey (Apollo), 2 years 3 months, Creole

Thomas Tracey (Pero), 42 years, Creole

Thomas Tracey, 7 years, Creole

Thomas Tracey, Creole

Tom Tracey, 36 years, Creole

Tom Tracey, 40 years

 

William James Tracey, 3 years, Creole

William tracey, 30 years, Creole

William Tracey, 55 years, Creole

 

 

ANTIGUA

 

Lady Colebrooke of St. George Antigua

Tom Tracey, 40 years

Old? Tracey, 6 years

 

BARBADOS

 

Mar 1834 Elizabeth Philips of St. Michael's Barbados

John Tracey, 15 years 9 months, Barbadian

 

JAMAICA

 

1817 Robert Alexander of St. Mary's Jamaica

Sally Tracy, 36 years, Creole

1820 Robert Alexander of St. Mary's Jamaica

Sally Tracey, 39 years, Creole

 

1817 Joseph Allen of St. Mary's Jamaica

Jane Tracy, 23 years, Creole

1823 James Allen of St. Mary's Jamaica

Jane Tracey, 30 years

 

1832 John Anderson of St. Ann's Jamaica

BG Tracey, 50 years, African

 

1826 Andrew Arcedeckrie, esq, St. Thomas in the East, Jamaica

Thomas Tracey (Apollo), 2 years 3 months, Creole

 

1829 James Austin of St. Ann's Jamaica

Sarah Tracey, Creole

 

1826 Alexr Bayley of St. Dorothy's Jamaica

John Tracey, 1 year 6 months, Creole

 

1817 Samuel Betton, esq, of st. Ann's Jamaica

Jane Tracey (Jane), 16 years, Creole

1832 Samuel Betton

Jane Tracey, creole

 

1826 James Betty of St. Ann's Jamaica

Sam tracey, African

 

1817 Grace Bolt of st. Ann's Jamaica

Fanny Tracey, 18 years

 

1832 Elizabeth H Courrie of St. Ann's Jamaica

William James Tracey, 3 years, Creole

 

1826 Ann Crichton of St. Ann's Jamaica

William tracey, 30 years, Creole

 

1819 Jas Frecothick, esq, St. Thomas in the east, Jamaica

Elizabeth Tracey, 4 years, Creole

 

1817 John James Habbard of Kingston EH, Jamaica

Sarah Tracey, 37 years, African

 

1817 Saml S Heming, esq, of St. Ann's Jamaica

Jack Tracey, 18 years, Creole

1823 Samuel S Hemming, esq, of st. Ann's Jamaica

Jack Tracey, 21 years, Creole

 

1823 Honorable John Hiatt of St. Mary's Jamaica

Catherine Tracey, 13 days, creole

1832 John Hiatt of St. Mary's Jamaica

Nancy Tracey, 7 months, Creole

 

1826 John Higgin of St. Ann's Jamaica

William Tracey, 55 years, Creole

 

1826 William Hind/Sophia Wilton Hind of st. Ann's Jamaica

Elizabeth Tracy (Sydney), 23 years, Creole

 

1817 Abraham Hodgson of St. Mary's Jamaica

Sam tracey, 30 years, Creole

Nancy Tracey, 25 years, Creole

John Tracey, 25 years, Creole

1823 Abraham Hodgson of St. Mary's Jamaica

John Tracey, 28 years 3 months, Creole

1832 Honorable A Hodgson of St. mary's Jamaica

Richard Tracey, 44 years

Sam tracey

 

1823 Mrs. Susan Jackson of Port Royal, Jamaica

Mary Tracy, 2 years, Creole

 

1817 James Laing of St. Mary's Jamaica

Thomas Tracey, 7 years, Creole

 

1817 Benjamin Jno Lawrence of Trelawney GL, Jamaica

Tom Tracey, 36 years, Creole

 

1832 William L McCook of St. Ann's Jamaica

Augustus Tracy, 22 years, Creole

 

1823 John Michael Manhertz of St. Georges Jamaica

Flora Tracey, 2 years 11 months, Creole

 

1817 Benjamin Scott of St. Ann's Jamaica

Milly Tracey, 54 years, Creole

Anne Tracey, 24 years, creole

Betsey Tracey, 19 years, Creole

1826 Benjamin Scott Moncrieffe of St. Ann's Jamaica

Milly Tracey, 63 years, Creole

Ann tracey, 33 years, Creole

 

1832 Robert Nasmyth, esq, of St. mary's Jamaica

John tracey (Douglas), 74 years, Creole

 

1829 Robert Barlett Parry of St. Ann's Jamaica

Joseph tracey, 36 years, Creole

 

1829 Messe P Protheroe of Westmoreland MP, Jamaica

Sally Tracey (Diligenco), 40 years, Creole

1832 John B Elin of St. Ann's Jamaica

Sally Tracey (Deligenie), 43 years, Creole

 

1832 Sarah Ridley of St. Ann's Jamaica

Henry Tracy, 1 year, Creole

 

1829 William Ross of St. Ann's Jamaica

Augustin Tracey, 20 years, Creole

 

1817 William Shand of St. Mary's Jamaica

Amelia Tracey, 40 years, African

1832 Spring Valley

Amelia Tracey, African

 

1817 Mr Robert Shedden of Trelawney MO, Jamaica

John Tracey (Sampson), 14 years, Creole

 

1817 George Stennett Of St. Ann's Jamaica

Richard Tracey (Bush), 42 years, Creole

Thomas Tracey (Pero), 42 years, Creole

1820 George Stennett of St. Ann's Jamaica

Thomas Tracey, Creole

1823 Avis Stennett Of St. Ann's Jamaica

Richard Tracey, 48 years, Creole

1829 Avis Stennett Of St. Ann's Jamaica

Richard Tracey, 53 years, Creole

 

1820 Wm Stephenson of St. Ann's Jamaica

Old Mary (Elroy Tracey), 73 years, African

Rt Tracey (Rugged), 53 years, Creole

 

1829 Jno Swaby of Manchester SY, Jamaica

Robert Tracey, 1 year, Creole

 

1817 Deceased John Taylor of St. Ann's Jamaica

Aves Tracey, 22 years, Creole

 

1817 Daniel Tracey of St. Ann's Jamaica

1820 Daniel Tracey of St. Ann's Jamaica

 

1817 Elsey Tracey of Kingston SY Jamaica

1820 Elsey Tracey of Kingston SY Jamaica

 

1817 Mary Tracey of Kingston AB Jamaica

 

1817 Milbrough Tracey of St. Ann's Jamaica

1823 Milbrough Tracey of St. Ann's Jamaica

 

1817 Thomas Gray Tracey of St. Ann's Jamaica

1820 Thomas Grey Tracey of St. Mary's Jamaica

1823 Thomas Grey Tracey of St. Mary's Jamaica

George Wm Tracey, 38 years, Creole

1829 Thomas G Tracey of St. Mary's RY Jamaica

Sarah Tracey, Creole

 

1826 James Trewick of St. Ann's Jamaica

Robert Tracy, 2 years, Creole

 

MAURITUS

 

John Tracey, 20 years, Congalese

 

TRINIDAD

 

1813 Edward Goodwin of Trindad

Rose Tracy, 33 years, Grenadines

 

1825 Robert Neilson of Tinidad

September Tracy, 35 years, Gold Coast

 

1825 Augustus Roget of Trindad

John Tracy, 26 years, Congolese

 

1813 Caroline Tracey of Trinidad

 

 

 

 

1878-1930 Jamaica, Civil Birth Registration

https://familysearch.org/search/collection/show#uri=http://hr-search-api:8080/searchapi/search/collection/1538386

 

 

 

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Adelle Tracey (19), whose father was born in Manchester Jamaica, was one of the seven athletes picked to light the cauldron at the start of the Olympic Games in London 2012.

 

Adelle was born in Seattle, Washington, in the United States in May 1993, when her Jamaican father Nicholas was studying art there on a track scholarship and met her British mother. Nicholas, who was a quarter-miler who was good enough to represent Jamaica College at Boys’ Champs in the 1980s, earned a scholarship to Washington State where he had a decent career, also representing Jamaica at the senior level.

http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/sport/Jamaican-to-the-bone_55249

Nicholas Tracey, under 17, gold medal winner 400m, 4x400m relay at the 1982 Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships in Athletics.

 

14 February 1983 Sports Illustrated

Land Of Sprinters And Dreamers. For decades Jamaicans have excelled in the dashes, perhaps because running is a fast way to a better life. By Kenny Moore

...Spence introduces a boy who had been kicking a soccer ball. "This is Nicholas Tracey," he says. "Fourteen years old, best 400 of 48.6. But Tracey is also an excellent soccer player, and soccer is in season, so he's enjoying the easier training." Tracey gives him a shy smile. To the visitor Spence says, "Don't say, in five years, I didn't warn you. He's tough."...

 

February 2016. Adelle Tracey confounds the field by winning 800m in Sheffield

http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2016/feb/28/adelle-tracey-confounds-field-winning-800m-british-indoor-championships-sheffield

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/othersports/article-3468341/Adelle-Tracey-wins-shock-800m-gold-Indoor-British-Championships.html

 

July 2017 Guildford athlete Adelle Tracey not putting pressure on herself for London 2017 after 'surreal' Team GB call-up

http://www.getsurrey.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/guildford-athlete-adelle-tracey-not-13378561

 

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Nikita Tracey

 

Nikita Bernetta Tracey was born on Sept. 18, 1990. Her parents are Desmond Tracey and Millicent Gallimore-Bailey. She has five brothers and two sisters. Brothers are Quasi Bailey, Clementina Bailey, Shanhai Bailey, James Tracey and Kayan Tracey. Sisters are Rochelle-Ann Bailey and Ristananna Tracey. Her sister, Ristananna, is one of the world's top young professional track and field athletes with personal bests of 51.95 in the 400-meter dash, 54.58 in the 400-meter hurdles and 2:03.97 in the 800-meter run as a 19-year-old. A product of the famed program at Jamaica's Edwin Allen High School. Follows in the footsteps of former Lady Tiger NCAA champion 400-meter hurdler Nickiesha Wilson in attending Oklahoma Baptist University of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics before joining the LSU program. She plans to major in physical therapy at LSU.

 

Nikita Tracey is the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics champion in the 400 meter hurdles after clocking a seasonal best of 58.11 in the final at the 2011 NAIA Outdoor Championships. Shana-Gay Tracey and Nikita Tracey have signed their national letters of intent to join Louisiana State University Lady Tigers for the 2013 season.

 

2017 There was a second victory for Jamaica in Rabat as Ristananna Tracey won the women's 400m hurdles in 55.18, well ahead of Swiss athlete Petra Fontanive (55.35). Nikita Tracey, sister of Ristananna, finished third in 55.50.

Up to 2012, Nikita has won 10 international medals for Jamaica in her career.

2012 NAIA Champion (400 Hurdles, 4x400 Relay, 4x800 Relay)

2011 NAIA Champion (400 Hurdles)

2009 Pan Am Junior Champion (400 Hurdles)

2009 Carifta Games Champion (400 Hurdles)

2008 IAAF World Junior Championships Qualifier (400 Hurdles)

 

 

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Ristananna Tracey

 

Jamaican schoolgirl, Ristananna Tracey, was born in Greenwich Farm in Kingston on the May 9, 1992, and her parents are Millicent Gallimore-Bailey and Desmond Tracey.

 

July 2017 Tracey hoping for good time in Rabat

There was a second victory for Jamaica in Rabat as Ristananna Tracey won the women's 400m hurdles in 55.18, well ahead of Swiss athlete Petra Fontanive (55.35). Nikita Tracey, sister of Ristananna, finished third in 55.50.

In August 2016, she finished 5th place, 54.15, in the final of the 400 metres at the Rio Olympics.

In August 2013, she progressed to the World Championships 400 metre hurdles semi-final.

In March 2012 she made a four-year deal with sports goods manufacturing giants PUMA.

In June 2011, she broke the Jamaican Junior record in the Women's 400 metres hurdles. In April 2011, she was named the Penn Relays Most outstanding female high schools relay athlete after two outstanding legs on the winning 4x800m team and the 4x400m team which was third. She also won the award in 2009 when she led Edwin Allen to two Championships of Americas titles, ran the fastest ever split in the 4x800m at Penn Relays.

She was a 5th place finalist at the 2010 World Junior Championships in the 400 m hurdles.

She fell in the finals of the 2009 World Youth Championships.

 

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http://www.iaaf.org/athletes/biographies/country=jam/athcode=247856/index.html

 

Ristananna Tracey wins Women's 400m Hurdles Final Jamaica Olympic Trials 2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HiQAhZXhhLI

 

Tracey looks to build on 2016 success

http://jamaica-star.com/article/sports/20170320/tracey-looks-build-2016-success

 

 

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Shana-Gaye Tracey

 

Shana-Gaye Tracey was born on Oct. 3, 1990 in Jamaica. Her parents are Ragland Tracey and Vivienne Freeman. Her hometown is Mandeville, Jamaica. She hopes to pursue a degree in nursing at LSU.

 

Shana-Gay Tracey who  is  a  former  Manchester  High athlete is the reigning NJCAA outdoor champion in the 400 meter hurdles following her championship victory as a freshman a season ago. Shana-Gay Tracey and Nikita Tracey have signed their national letters of intent to join Louisiana State University Lady Tigers for the 2013 season.

 

2011 NJCAA Outdoor Champion (400 Hurdles)

2011 NJCAA Indoor Champion (4x400 Relay)

2008 IAAF World Junior Championships Participant (400 Hurdles)

2007 IAAF World Youth Championships Silver Medalist (Medley Relay)

 

 

 

 

 

Tyquendo Tracey

 

Tyquando Tracey of Garvey Maceo high school, was born on the 10.06.1993

 

Jamaica’s male 4x100m relay team made it two medals from two finals for the country on the fifth and penultimate day of the 14th IAAF World Junior Championships in Barcelona Spain in July 2012, as they won silver in a new national junior record. The relay team of Jevaughn Minzie, Odean Skeen, Jazeel Murphy and Tyquendo Tracey combined to stop the clock at of 38.97 seconds eclipsing the previous mark of 39.05 set back in 2006.

 

 

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Last update: 31 July 2017