1841-1891 Census of Wales
Born in Ireland (approx)
Ship's name: HMS Alfred; Pay book number: SB 36; Rank: Able Seaman; Relation: Wife Margaret; When Alloted: 1797; Remarks: Deserted 11 May 1799 at Swansea.
15th July 1826 The Cambrian
Died. On Wednesday last, at Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire Mr. Tracey, landlord of the Bear-inn, in that town.
19th February 1841 The Welshman
In September last, on board H.M.S. Melville, in his 35th vear, Mr. Henry Tracey, of Llandilo. Mr. Tracey had discharged the duties of Surgeon in the Royal Navy for the last ten years, and during that period he most fully secured the favour of his superior officers, by uniform good conduct; the friendship and esteem of his equals by unvarying amiability, and the possession and exercise of those qualities that adorn the man; whilst his genuine benevolence of disposition, and assiduous attention to all in the hour of sickness, surrounded him with affection and respect. Few men of his years had a larger and warmer circle of friends once made, none were lost. To a dotingly fond parent, and his more immediate relations, his loss is irreparable; whilst all who have known him can, with ourselves, most truly say "take him for all in all, We shall not look upon his like again."
Title: Notebook of Henry Tracey
Reference: RCMS 113/98 (former reference: MSS 5)
Creator: Tracey, Henry, d 1840, surgeon
Covering Dates: 1933
Extent and Medium: 1 folder; photograph; Manuscript
Content and context:
Henry Tracey (d. 1840) was born circa 1804, the son of George Tracey (d. 1826), an innkeeper, and his wife Grace, née Pellow (d. 1855). He was baptised in Uffculme Dissenting Chapel, Devon, on 23 October 1806, and spent his early life in Devon and Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire. Tracey was assistant ship's surgeon on, successively, the 'Cadmus', (1831), 'Donegal' (1832), 'San Josef' (1834), 'Pluto', a steam yacht (1835), and 'Malabar' (1836). His last posting was on the 'Melville' (1837), which was involved in the 1st Opium War, 1839-1842. Tracey died unmarried on 25 September 1840 while at sea off Chusan, China Coast.
Twenty-three prints of a notebook, including sketches, describing a visit to South Africa on H.M.S. 'Melville' in 1838.
The prints were taken from originals collected by Dr J.G. Gubbins in 1932 in his attempts to restore the Library of the University of the Witwatersrand, which had been destroyed by fire that year. They were presented to the R.C.S. by the University of the Witwatersrand Library Appeal Committee, 1933.
'A visit to Cape Town in 1838' by Henry Tracey, edited by Anna M. Cunningham, was published in Johannesburg, 1980.
Donald H. Simpson, ed., 'The manuscript catalogue of the library of the Royal Commonwealth Society' (London, 1975), p. 114. Indexed
Isaac Perry Tracey & Maria Ann Evans
Elizabeth Tracey b. 1842 Wales m. John Thomas [capt] 25 January 1899 Wesley, Fremantle, W.A., Ausl
5th January 1844 The Welshman
Births...On Thursday se'nnight, at the Cawdor Arms, Llandilo, Mrs, Tracey, of a son...
1844 Pigot & Co. South Wales directory
Edward Tracey, Pembroke, Shopkeepers & Dealers In Groceries & Sundries.
James Tracy (& naturalist), Pembrok, Watch & Clock Makers.
12th November 1852 The Welshman
John Ware alias Dwyer, John Flin, and Thomas Tracey, labourers, were committed for re- examination on the 10th inst., charged on suspicion of having committed a burglary in the county of Monmouth.
6th July 1855 The Pembrokeshire Herald and General Advertiser
Births...On Monday last, at Pembroke, the wife of Mr. Tracey, watchmaker, of a daughter...
11th July 1856 The Welshman
Carmarthenshire Quarter Sessions....The Grand Jury consisted of...G. Tracey, Cawdor Arms, innkeeper...
12th March 1858 The Welshman
To the Editor of the Welshman. Sir, In consequence of the irregularity of the arrival of the Mail cart at Llangadock...Messrs. Valentine Rees and Tracey, contractors for the conveyance of the Mail...
12th October 1860 The Welshman
Llandilo Police. On Friday last, before J. L. Thomas, Esq. David Phillip, a servant in husbandry, was brought up charged with deserting the service of Mr. George Tracey, Fairfach. John McKinley deposed: I am a farm bailif to Mr. Tracey. I agreed with the defendant to serve Mr. Tracey as a servant in husbandry, from the 4th of September last to the 1st of February next at 10s. a-week wages. The defendant entered his service as agreed on the 1st of October inst., and absented himself without leave. Ordered to return to his service and pay costs.
23rd August 1861 The Welshman
Deaths...On the 20th inst., aged 44, at the Cawdor Arms, Llandilo, Mrs. Tracey relict of the late Mr. George Tracey.
7th September 1861 The Cardiff and Merthyr Guardian Glamorgan Monmouth and Brecon Gazette
Family Notices...Deaths...TRACEY.-Aug. 20, aged 44, at the Cawdor Arms, Llandilo, Mrs. Tracey, relict of the late Mr. George Tracey.
16th October 1863 The Pembrokeshire Herald and General Advertiser
Pembroke Rifle Contest...3rd Pembroke Rifle Volunteers...Corporal J. Tracey, 2nd...Private G. Tracey, 8th...
Jas Tracey, 1910, Flint
John Tracy, 1864, Pembroke
19th December 1866 Potter's Electric News
Pembroke Rifle Volunteers. The annual prize shooting of this corps was held at their shooting ground. Freshwater East Bay, on Wednesday last. About 30 members attended, under the command of Captain Henry Adams, of Holyland. The prizes in money amounted to £12 13S 6d. The ranges were 200 and 300 yards, five shots at each distance...Corporal G. Tracey £2 5s 0d [second]...
16th March 1867 Monmouthshire Merlin
Important Pilotage Case. John Tracey was summoned for continuing in charge of a ship after a duly licensed pilot had offered his services...Cardiff and Newport...London...Tracey, moreover was engaged at Gravesend...Tracey was notengaged as a pilot but Chief mate..."Casilda"
25th September 1869 The Merthyr Telegraph and General Advertiser for the Iron Districts of South Wales
A Suspicious Case. John Tracey was charged with being in premises at 12.30 on Sunday night, for an unlawful purpose. He said lie was drunk, and got over the wall unknowingly. The landlord of the Bull Inn, Ebbw Vale, on whose premises prisoner was found, said the wall was about seven feet high. Committed for one month.
10th January 1870 The Western Mail
Pembroke. Board Of Guardians...The relieving officers had expended for the first week of 1870 (commencing Dec. 27th) the following amount of money, viz.: Mr. G. Tracey, £74 2s. 6d., being at the rate of Is. 7 1/4d. per head for 918 persons relieved...
1798-1914 Register of Enlisted USA
Walter Tracy, enlisted 2 Dec 1870 Brooklyn NY bt Capt Hamilton for 5 years, born South Wales England, 22 years 5 months, watchmaker, grey eyes, light hair, light complexion, 5’5.5”, 13 Inf, H coy, Deserted Dep 20 ‘71
2nd June 1871 The Pembrokeshire Herald and General Advertiser
Deaths...On the 29th ult at the Crescent, St. Martins, in this town, Mr Tracey, widow, aged 94 years.
20th September 1873 The Cardiff Times
Letters to the Editor. "No Irish Need Apply" To The Editor Of The South Wales Daily News...in consequence of the clergy being ignorant of their language...A few months ago there came to this town the Rev. F. [Felix?] Tracey, an Irish Catholic priest, who exactly suited the wants of the people...as he had received instructions from the Superior, on Monday, the 8th instant, at a late hour in the afternoon, to proceed to Rugby the next day...
10th December 1873 South Wales Daily News
Pembroke Poultry Show...Pigeons-Carriers...Fantails: 1st prize, Mr. James Tracey...Antwerps...2nd, Mr. Robert Tracey; highly commended, Mr. James Tracey...
14th November 1874 The Western Mail
ASSaulting a Policeman. James Tracey, a labourer, of Tidenham, was charged with having, on the night of the 31st ult., assaulting Police- constable Williams whilst In the execution of his duty. Tracey had during the day Imbibed too freely, and on returning to his cottage in an elevated frame of mind, he attracted the attention of the police, with whom he expressed a very ardent desire to try his fistic skill. The officer declined the compliment, which gave offence to the labourer, and he resented the policeman's refusal by knocking him down. Tracey on being appended, seized hold of a garden wall, which fell in consequence of his clinging to it during the disturbance. Fined 10s and costs.
30th December 1876 The Cardiff Times
Glandwr (Pem.) Independent Chapel. This chapel has recently been restored at a cost of £900...presented Mr Tracey, Swansea, the contractor, on behalf of the building committee, with a silver cup. Mr Tracey, in reply, said he felt proud to think that he had received it from the people of the county wherein he was born and bred. He thanked the building committee for their assistance rendered throughout the progress of the work...
23rd April 1878 South Wales Daily News
The Desperate Attempted Murder At Cardiff. On Monday, Hugh Tracey, the poor fellow who was so severely stabbed by the Greek Dovboch onboard the Agnes Sutherland in PenarUi Roads last Thursday, was not so well as on the day before. A slight relapse appeared to have set in, It is hoped that this unfavourable change is merely of a temporary character, and that the young Irishman is likely to recover.
25th May 1878 Wrexham Guardian
Minera And Coedpoeth. Treat To Band Of Hope Scholars. The Band of Hope members, in connection with the Minera Lodge of Good Templars, had the first of their quarterly tea meetings on Saturday last. Tea was provided in the National School, Sisters Jones, S. Williams, A. J. Williams, and Miss Fanny Tracey, presiding at tho tea tables...
20th December 1878 South Wales Daily News
…The prisoner had sold the spoon to Mr James Tracey, jeweller, Pembroke, for 3s 10d…
1st February 1879 Pontypool Free Press and Herald of the Hills
Garndiffaith. On Sunday last, the Primitive Methodists held their chapel anniversary, when three excellent sermons were preached by Mr James Tracey, of Pontnewydd. The services were very thinly attended, and the collections did not amount to Â£2.-0n Monday evening, the Rev J. W. Coad, of Abertillery, delivered another of his popular lectures on Phrenology."
22nd June 1906 Barry Herald
Primitive Methodist Church, Melrose Street, Cadoxton....Sunday School anniversary...evening at 6.30, by Mr J. Tracey, Cardiff…
1880 Census - Middlefield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United States
John Tracy Self M 54 Wales, Father's Birthplace: England, Mother's Birthplace: England, papermaker
Jane Tracy Wife F 56 England
Mari C Tracy Daughter F 21 Massachusetts, United States
Sarah A Tracy Daughter F 13 Massachusetts, United States
George Pyncheon Other M 25 Wisconsin, United States
Clara Tracy Daughter F 23 Massachusetts, United States
1880 Census - Lacon, Marshall, Illinois, United States
William Tracy Self M 36 Wales, Father's Birthplace: Wales, Mother's Birthplace: Wales, C. Minister
H R Tracy Wife F 26 England
Regineld Tracy Son M 6 England
Edith M Tracy Daughter F 5 Illinois, United States
John E Tracy Son M 1 Illinois, United States
20th November 1880 Weekly Mail
Neglect of Children At Pembroke...Mr Edward Tracey. assistant overseer…[workhouse]
1881 Census - The Woodlands, Stanton Upon Hine Heath, Shropshire, England
Kezia Tracy Servant F 26 Wales, single, Sewing Maid Domestic Servant
15th January 1881 The Cardiff Times
Swansea...Young Thieves. Three boys named...John Tracey (13)...were charged, on remand, with stealing two concertinas from a stall in Swansea Market...Tracey, against whom there was no evidence, was discharged...Tracey and the other two were then charged with stealing a quantify of tobacco, of the value of £2, from the shop of Jane Pearson, 16 Wind-street...Detective Smith said that he found some of it upon Tracey, concealed under his belt...All the boys pleaded guilty...sentenced to 14 days, to be followed by three years in a reformatory, whilst Tracey was ordered to receive eight strokes of the birch rod.
29th July 1881 The Cambrian
Swansea Police Court. Robbins A Garden. John Tracey, William Yarwood, and William Lee, Greenhill boys, were brought up for entering the garden of Mr. Bradford, at Brynymor, on the 18th, and stealing therefrom a quantity of fruit. Police-constable 30 saw the boys plucking strawberries, raspberries, and currants in the garden, and when oÂ¡; served, they ran amongst the potatoes to conceal them- selves. They were afterwards followed and apprehended whilst trying to escape. Lee, on account of his youth was cautioned and dismissed Tracey and Yarwood were ordered 7s6d each, or seven days' hard labour.
3rd January 1882 South Wales Daily News
Swansea...Incorrigible. John Tracey (14), and Patrick Kennedy, (another boy), were charged with stealing two boxes containing twine, from the shop of Wm. Hooper, Dillwyn-street. They were seen in the act of taking the boxes. The hoys had been previously convicted, and thev were now sent to prison for 14 days, that punishment to be followed by four years' detention in a reformatory.
21st February 1884 South Wales Daily News
Threatening An Irish Bankruptcy-Court Official. At the borough police-court on Wednesday, before Messrs R. G. Cullum and H. M. Brewer, magistrates, Thomas Burns master of the ship Ellewater, was summoned for using violent threats towards George Davies. The complainant stated that he was a representative of the Dublin Bankruptcy-court, and had been directed to trace the goods of a bankrupt named Matthew Tracey, ship carpenter, of the same city. On Friday it was sworn before Judge Miller that the money for the purchase of the vessel had been paid by certain creditors; and in pursuance of the warrant produced complainant stated that he came to Newport, and with two men went on board the vessel to take possession on behalf of the court. On Tuesday the complainant and defendant had a conversation, during which the latter said he should go to sea, and the former said if he did he must accompany the vessel. Defendant rejoined that if he did so, he would throw him overboard. This was the threat complained of. Mr Handcock, solicitor, questioned the complainant as to his right to seise the ship, and it appeared from the explanation given by the defence, that although Tracey had induced other persons to pay over money as co-partners in the purchase of the vessel, the purchase had not really been effected. Besides, defendant was one of the present owners, and his threat only went to telling complainant he should have to put him over the side, meaning on to the shore. The bench dismissed the case. Complainant then appealed to the court for protection, but was told that the ship's register showed that it did not belong to Tracey, and that he had no interest in it.
24th January 1885 The Cardiff Times
Rhondda Valley...Cruelty To Colliers' Horses...Henry Tracey, employed at the Eastern Pit. (Ocean) was charged with a similar offence: on the 10th inst.
6th November 1885 South Wales Echo
Cardiff. Refuge Assurance Company, Limited...The company has opened large and commodious branch offices at 29, Custom House street, Cardiff, where, under the able superintendence of Mr James Tracey...
10th June 1902 Evening Express
Public Notices. British Workman's and General Assurance Company (Limited) Chief Offices: Broad Street Corner, Birmingham...Assistant Superintendent, J. TRACEY, 106, Broadway. Roath. Cardiff...
19th February 1887 The North Wales Chronicle and Advertiser for the Principality
A Holyhead Will Case. At the Liverpool Assizes last week, before Mr Justice Smith and a special jury, the case of Tracey v. Pim...Mrs Mary Ann Tracey, of Longford-terrace, Holyhead, who sought probate of a will made in her favour on June 28, 1886, by the late James Todd, a Dublin gentleman....Mrs Tracey, whose husband was Martin Tracey was on great terms of friendship with the testator. In 1883...The testator was not the father of any of her children. Her husband never complained of the terms on which she was living with the testator...
28th April 1888 The Western Mail
Yesterdays Police. Cardiff...A boy's escapade. James Tracey, 15, was charged with stealing...from a stable at the back of Llanbleddian gardens...
12th March 1890 South Wales Daily News
Aberdare...Pawning Clothes To Pay The Rent. Mary Jones, an elderly woman, who uutil recently discharged the duty of housekeeper to Dennis Tracey, a labourer in the employ of the local board, was charged by Mr Tracey with pledging his clothes without his authority.-Prosecutor was said in evidence to be a very peculiar old man, and ultimately the magistrates dismissed the charge. Prisoner said she bad often pawned her own clothes to get prosecutor the quantum of rum and milk which he insisted on having before he got out of bed.
23rd May 1890 The Cambrian
Swansea Board Of Guardians...Tenders For A Boiler...John Tracey, Swansea Dry Dock Engineering Co., £53...
28th August 1890 South Wales Daily News
Newport...sailings...Darius, Tracey, New Ross...
27th December 1890 Weekly Mail
Swansea...Drowning Case. On Thursday evening the body of a fireman, named Michael Ttacey, was picked out of the North Dock. Tracey had been in company with a fellowseaman, named Clarke, on Monday evening, and had been the worse for liquor. He was missed by his companion, who afterwards knew nothing of his whereabouts. An inquest was held on Friday, when a verdict of "Found drowned' was returned.
8th October 1892 Evening Express
At Newport County Petty Sessions this afternoon a hawker, named John Tracey, of SaltnMead Cardiff, was charged with obstructing the highway at R imney on Sunday evening, October 2, with a hawker's truck
19th November 1892 The Western Mail
A Woman Burned To Death At Dundee. On Friday afternoon a dwelling-house in Foundry-lane, Dundee, was discovered to be on fire, and on the neighbours forcing an entrance they found an old woman named Tracey, wife of a gas-worker, had been burned to death. The remains were lying on the floor, several of the limbs being reduced to ashes. Mrs. Tracey Was paralysed, and was in the house alone. It is believed that she approached too near the fire and that on her clothes igniting she was unable to extinguish the flames.
29th April 1893 The South Wales Daily Post
Swansea School-Board. Her Majesty's Inspector's Examination, Candidates Selected. [teachers]...Florence Tracey, Trinity-place...
15th May 1893 The South Wales Daily Post
A Non-Efficient Volunteer. Thomas Tracey (19), labourer, Greyhound- street, was summoned for failing to render himself efficient in the Glamorgan Artillery Volunteers for the year 1892. The amount due to the corps on this account was £1 15s. The Bench ordered Tracey to pay the amount and costs.
29th March 1893 South Wales Daily News/28th July 1893 Evening Express
Old Cardiff. Alleged Theft from Ruins in Mill-lane...Thomas Tracey, of 14 Union-buildings, father of Thomas Tracey, jun. [age 11], was brought up charged with receiving about 2cwt. of old timber…and on one occasion Tommy Tracey (who is a diminutive weakly child) carried away a grate on his head. (Laughter.)… Thos. Tracey, sen. (44), was then placed in the dock on a charge of having received a quantity of the old timber, value JB1, knowing it to have been stolen. He pleaded not guilty. Acting-inspector Scott described how he found the timber, which included several rafters, below the stairs in defendant's house at 14, Union- buildings. Thomas Owen, foreman to Wm. Thomas and Co., identified the timber, and prisoner was sentenced to one month's imprisonment.
16th February 1894 Carnarvon and Denbigh Herald and North and South Wales Independent
Tracey V. Maclennan. In this case judgment for £49 had been obtained by Mr M. A. Tracey. 9, Longford- terrace, Holyhead, against George Augustus MacLennan, tailor, Holyhead. who had only paid one installment on a committal order. The Judge made a further order this day, ordering a further payment in two months, or in default 21 days' imprisonment. Mr E. G. Roberts appeared for Mr Tracey.
28th June 1894 South Wales Daily News/12th July 1894 Evening Express
...assaulting Mary O'Brien, a girl of fifteen years of age; indecently assaulting Elisabeth Jones, eleven years of age, and also with wounding James Tracey, a mason, [about 40 years of age]...worker at the Slaughterhouse Pontypridd...Tracey, who kept him in the shed until Police constable Rees Davies appeared...also stated that Tracey was very badly assaulted...
14th May 1895 South Wales Echo
Cardiff Shebeens...James Tracey , 18 Bute-terrace-£5 and costs...
8th August 1896 South Wales Daily News
Newport...Sailings...River Aug 7...Peri, Tracey, Dungarvan....[sunk 1907]
27th November 1896 The North Wales Express
A Naughty Boy. Mr Hugh Lewis, on behalf of the District Counoil, summoned William Tracey, 2, Longford terrace, Holyhead, with unlawfully letting off fireworks in Newry street, on September 15th. Tracey did not appear and a warrant was issued for his apprehension.
24th December 1898 The Cardiff Times
The Coin Of The Realm. Prosecution at Cardiff. At Cardiff Police Court on Thursday (before Messrs F. J. Bsavan Md T. H. Riches) Reginald Tracey (17) was charged with tendering a gildee sixpenny piece, representing the same to be half-sovereign, with intent to defraud, on Wednesday at the Queen's Hotel. Edward John Sander a barmau, said that the defendant entered the hotel at 4.30 on Wednesday afternoon and asked for a stone gingerbeer, which was served to him. Defendant tendered p" coin which had the appearance of a half-sovereign. Upon examination, however, he (witness) found that it wa" gilded sixpence, Defendant said he got the coin at Newport the day before as a Witness sent for the police, and defendant taken in charge by P.C. Wotton (70 A).. Asked if he had anything to say, defendant said he received the com as a half-sovereign.. Defendant was committed to take his trial the Quarter Sessions.
22nd April 1899 The Montgomery County Times and Shropshire and Mid-Wales Advertiser
Garthmyl...Wm Tracey, a boy in the employ of defendant said he was told by his master to take the coal and put it on the boat…
13th May 1899 County Observer and Monmouthshire Central Advertiser Abergavenny and Raglan Herald Usk and Pontypool Messenger and Chepstow Argus
Usk...On the application of Richard Parker, The Rhadyr, an ejectment order was made against William Tracey.
3rd November 1899 The Cambrian
Swansea Police Court...Drunkenness. The following were penalised for imbibing, not wisely, but too well:- Thomas Tracey, labourer, 9. Pottery-street; William Davies, a seaman, of 42, Tontine-st.; Frederick Dalling, Strand; and Michael Correl, 36, Inkerman-street.
19th March 1900 South Wales Daily News
Scalding Accident. On Sunday morning William Tracey (12), of 51, Saltmead-road, was brought to the Infirmary suffering from scalds caused by boiling water. He was attended by Dr. Williams ana detained.
19th October 1900 Evening Express
Newport...Soldiers Run Amuck. George Tracey and John Fitzgerald, gunners in the Mountain Battery (both natives of Limerick) ran amuck on Thursday night, and were now arraigned for being drunk and disorderly in High-street, kicking a woman, malting a row in a fried fish shop at 95 Shaftesbury-street...The sergeant who was sent to speak as to their character said Tracey had only recently returned from the front, having been invalided home. Daring the six weeks he had, been home with the battery there had been one charge against him...
3rd December 1900 The South Wales Daily Post
Successful Eisteddfod At Morriston. List Of Prize Winners...who was awarded a silver medal by Mr. W. Tracey, Morriston...
1900 Census - Manilla Hdqtrs, # District Dept of Southern Luzon, Luzon, Philippines
John B Tracy, 32, single, b. Jun 1868 Wales, Father's Birthplace: Ireland, Mother's Birthplace: England
13th March 1901 Evening Express
Spoiled His New Suit Of Clothes. In the case in which David Tracey, Tonteg, Llantwit, was charged with assaulting John Richards, 90 Richards-street. Pontypridd, on Sunday week, the latter explained that "they" had been for a walk to LIantwit. and, when coming home, they met defendant, who, after telling them to "stop their gab," struck him in the face, knocked him down, and spoilt his new suit of clothes. Cross-examined by Mr. D. Rees, who defended, Richards admitted they were five altogether, and had visited the farm-houses in the district. He admitted that they said they came from Clydach Vale, but did not beg for food, as they paid for what they had. He had not seen in the newspapers there was a strike at Clydach Vale. Richards said that defendant was "cheeking" him and threw stones at him. Tracey was fined 40s. and costs.
5th September 1901 Evening Express
...Mr. George Tracey, registrar of births and deaths, Pembroke Dock...
29th November 1901 The Carmarthen Weekly Reporter
Owmannan...Death Of Mr Tracey.- Mr Joeph Tracey, for many years postmaster at Glanamman Post Office, died last week at the age of 63 years. He was buried on Monday last at the burial ground adjoining Bethesda Chapel, of which chapel he was a devoted member. The Rev J C Rees officiated.
8th February 1902 Evening Express
New Welsh Service Company. Forty Men Attested at Cardiff. [for South Africa]...3rd Glamorgan V.R...W. Tracey, Swansea...
6th February 1904 The Cardiff Times
Honours To Volunteers. 3rd Glamorgan Services...The Mayor expressed his high appreciation of the 3rd Glamorgan its long record in a consolidated battalion and the smartness and efficiency of its members, and then presented the medals. The recipients belonging to the 3rd Service Company were...private...W. J. Tracey…
30th May 1902 The Welsh Coast Pioneer and Review for North Cambria
Abergele..."Tracey" Traced. At a special police court, held on Saturday, before Dr Wolstenholme, Corporal William Tracey, of the 3rd King's Liverpool Regiment, at present located at Warrington, was charged by P.C. Pendlebury with being a deserter from the above regiment. Prisoner pleaded guilty, and was remanded to Ruthin gaol to await an escort.
31st May 1902 Denbighshire Free Press
Abergele Notes...Private William Tracey, of the 3rd King's, Liverpool, may be a crack shot on the battlefield, but he is no great shakes at the game of deserting. On Friday he was walking through Market-street trying to act the innocent, when Police-constable Pendlebury walked up to him, and in a gentlemanly, but convincing manner, told him that he had been looking for him for several days. "What for," queried Tracey. "Come up to the police station, and I will tell you all about it," quoth Pendlebury. "Just my luck," said the unfaithful gentleman in Khaki, I had a presentiment that I was going to be nabbed to-day." Later in the day he was brought up in custody before Dr Wolstenholme charged with being a deserter. He pleaded guilty and was committed to Ruthin gaol to await an escort.
16th January 1903 Evening Express
Nisi Prtus. Ejectment Action. Wm Rixon v Elizabeth Houghton and Jane Tracey. This was an action of ejectment to recover possession of a cottage occupied by the defendant Houghton at Pembroke, Mrs. Tracey, wife of George Tracey, retired relieving officer, defending the action as alleged owner. Mr. Marley -on (instructed by Mr. Jones Lloyd, Pembroke Dock) was for the plaintiff, who is a shipwright residing at Pembroke Dock, and Mr. Arthur Lejns (instructed by Mr. Reed, Pembroke) for the defendants.- J? dement was given in favour of the plaintiff, with costs.
24th January 1903 Weekly Mail
Ejectment Action; Wm Rixon v. Elizabeth Houghton and Jane Tracey. This was an action of ejectment to recover possession of a cottage occupied by, the defendant Houghton. at Pembroke. Mrs. Tracey, wife of George Tracey. retired relieving officer, defending the action as alleged owner. Mr. Marley Sameon (instructed by Mr. Jones Lloyd, Pembroke Dock) was for the plaintiff, who is a shipwright residing at Pembroke Dock, and Mr. Arthur Lewis (instructed by Mr. Reed, Pembroke) for the defendants. Judgegment was given in favour of the plaintiff with costs.
20th February 1903 The Carmarthen Weekly Reporter
Inquest at Glanamman...on the body of Mrs Mary Tracey, (Cross Keys Villa, Glanamman. Mrs Diana Richards, Glanamman Stores, said deceased was her sister, and widow of the late Mr Jo&eph Tracey, postmaster, of Glanamman. Deceased was 65 years of age…
28th August 1903 Carnarvon and Denbigh Herald and North and South Wales Independent
Llandudno Children's Special Service Mission. Thirty-Fifth Anniversary...Athletic Sports...Brother and sister holding hands (under 12)...2, E and D. Tracey...Flat race, bovs. 9 and 10:...2. Dillon Tracey...
11th December 1903 The Welsh Coast Pioneer and Review for North Cambria
LICENSING CASES. On Monday, before Coun- Bulkeley Jones and other Ruthin magistrates, Mr A. O. Evans. solicitor, applied for the transfer of the licence of the Spread Eagle Inn. from James A. Hughes to Mrs Tracey, late of the George Hotel, Aberystwyth, in favour of whom testimonials -were read from the Rev 'D. Williams (Archdeacon of Cardigan), Mr R. M. Jones, a justice of the peace and an ex-mayor of Aberystwyth, and others. The Clerk (Mr E. Roberts) pointed out that at the last annual licensing sessions the Court passed a resolution that no application in respect of the same house would be entertained until the expiration of eight months after the transfer of the licence to the out- going tenant. In the end the application was refused, The licence of the Boar's Head, Ruthin, was temporarily transferred from Mrs Garner to ex- Sergeant-Major Brown.
16th April 1904 Evening Express
Peter Tracey, the Barry. Forward, who recently played for Barry United and Porth, has returned to Barry, where he is working. Peter played one match for the district, and will probably figure in their ranks for the rest of the season. He is a splendid outside left, and a better partner to A. German could not be found.
13th August 1904 Evening Express
Mount Tabor Primitive Methodist Chcrch. Moira-Terrace. Morning Preacher. Mr. T. Tracey...
2nd September 1904 Barry Dock News
It will be learnt with regret by a host of friends that Peter Tracey, the midget forward of Barry District A.F.C., will not be able to play next Saturday owing to the death of a. near 1 relative. Much sympathy is felt with him in his trouble.
22nd July 1905 Rhyl Journal
...Edward Henry St (MrS Sylvia Tracey) [HOTEL]...
20th February 1908 Evening Express
Cardiff Rigger Killed. Terence Tracey, 2. South Luton-place, a chargeman rigger, wae killed at Hillss Dry Dock. Cardiff, on Wednesday. Tracey was engaged in rigging tackle on board the steamship Ermouth, when he fell to the bottom of the after-hold, death being almost instantaneous.
29th August 1908 The Cardiff Times
...was summoned at Caerphilly for assaulting Mrs Susanah Tracey. A fine of 10s was imposed.
12th May 1906 The Aberdare Leader
BETHESDA (P.M.). At this church in Glyngwyn-street, Miskin, special sermons were preached on Sunday last by Mr. Herbert Tracey (of Cardiff) to large congregations. This young man's visits are greatly appreciated here. In the morning he gave a beautiful discourse from Hebrews iv., 15, and at night he gave an exposition of Matthew xv., 22-28, which was very fine indeed. All went away feeling that they had had an intellectual and spiritual treat. The hope is expressed that it may not be long before we shall have the pleasure of hearing Mr. Tracey again. The Sunday School anniversary will take place next Sunday.
12th October 1906 The Glamorgan Gazette
Ogmore & Garw News. Pontycymmer...Harvest Festival. Harvest thanksgiving services were held at the Primitive Methodist Church on Sunday, when powerful sermons were preached in the morning and evening by Mr. James Tracey, Cardiff, and on Sunday afternoon by Mr. Herbert Tracey, pastor of the church. The sacred edifice was prettily decorated. There was a continuation of the services on Monday evening in the form of an entertainment, when songs, recitations, and addresses were given, Mr. H. Tracey presiding.
26th October 1907 The Rhondda Leader
Llwynypia. Anniversary services were held at the Wain Court Primitive Methodist Mission on Sunday and Monday last. The special preacher for the occasion was Mr. Herbert Tracey, lay evangelist, Ogmore Vale. On Monday, the annual tea took place, when a goodly number were present. In the evening, an entertainment was given, Mr. Tracey occupying the chair.
18th January 1909 Evening Express
GARW I.L.P. COMPLAIN A meeting was held at Pontycwmmer on Saturday, under the auspices of the Independent Labour Party, to protest against alleged victimisation in the Garw Collieries. The chair was occupied by Mr. Bottomley, who was supported by Mr. Stanton, miners' agent, Aberdare, the Rev. H. T. Tracey, Pontycwmmer, and others. A resolution was passed protesting aguinst "the systematic victimisation of miners because of their association with and work for the I.L.P.
1st May 1909 Rhondda Leader Maesteg Garw and Ogmore Telegraph
...Wyndham Pits...The last rites were performed by Mr. Tracey, of Bethel Primitive Methodist "Chapel.
10th July 1909 Rhondda Leader Maesteg Garw and Ogmore Telegraph
Ogmore Vale. Farewell Sermon.-The Rev. H. Traeey preaehed his farewell sermon at Bethel (P.M.) Church on Sunday last. Mr. Tracey has made many friends during his three years' stay at Ogmore Yale, and he has conducted his pastoral duties with conspicuous success. A presentation meet- ing takes place on Saturday next.
17th July 1909 Rhondda Leader Maesteg Garw and Ogmore Telegraph
Presentation. A farewell tea was held at Bethel (P.M.) Church on Saturday night last to honour the departure of their minister, the Rev. H. Tracey. Mr. Tracey has carried out pastoral duties at the above church for the past three years and has been eminently successful in his sphere of labour. A large number of friends sat down to tea, and afterwards a presentation meeting was held, when several friends, including the Rev. T. Simpson, of Wesley Church, eulogised the good work of Mr. Tracey. The presentation took the form of a purse of money subscribed for by the members of the church. The presentation was made in a fitting speech by Mr. Burridge, the oldest member present. Afterwards Mr. Tracey suitably responded. Mr. Tracey intends taking up his former profession, that of a journalist.
1st October 1909 The Glamorgan Gazette
Pontycymmer...Presentation to Rev. H. Tracey. The Rev. H. Tracey, formerly of the Primitive Methodist Church, was on the 22nd inst., presented with a purse of gold subscribed for by the church and congregation upon the occasion of his leaving the neighbourhood. The chair was occupied by Mr. S. Stott. The presentation was made by Mr. E. Weilings. Short addresses were delivered by Messrs. H. Denmead, D. Hawkins, J. Lyons, and T. Brake. Mr. Tracey feelingly responded, and wished them every success as a church and congregation. At the same meeting addresses of welcome were made to the new minister, Mr. E. W. Hough.
30th April 1909 The Glamorgan Gazette
Sabbath Observance. To the Editor. Sir, beg leave to use the columns of your widely circulating paper in order to dispel the false impression created in. the minds of many people by the appearance of my name at the foot of the manifesto on Sabbath Observance recently issued by the Ogmore Valley Churches a copy of which I enclose. Know- ing nothing of the discussions which gave rise to the manifesto, and having no opportunity to state my views oil the points involved, I was greatly surprised to find my name appen- ded to a. document that I had never seen, and of which I had only heard a quite casual men- tion certainly no one had any sanction from me to use my name. With two or three of the propositions in the circular, I am in entire agreement; and I share the desire to see a better condition of things in the valley on the Sabbath Day. But I dissociate myself from this particular statement of what is or is not lawful and ex- pedient to men and women with minds of their own and able to order their lives for themselves. The manifesto passes the limits of tolerance, and I shall be grateful if you will give currency to my repudiation of any connection with it. I am. etc., Herbert Tracey. Primitive Methodist Church. 127 John-street, Ogmore Vale, April 28th, 1909.
6th May 1910 Barry Herald
Barry I.L.P...Monday next, 7.30, at Council Square, speaker Rev Herbert Tracey.
15th March 1907 The Glamorgan Gazette
Bridgend Board Of Guardians...Resignation. Mrs. E. A. Tracey: cook and assistant matron, wrote resigning; her appointment by tendering one month's notice. On the motion of the Rev. D. Phillips the resignation was accepted, and the clerk was directed to give Mrs. Tracey a good testimonial.
24th June 1909 The Welsh Coast Pioneer and Review for North Cambria
Denbigh Borough Police Court...Wm. Tracey, a native of Holyhead, was charged on remand with stealing £7 10s from Albert Boucher on the 5th inst. Bouchier said he and defendant were engaged by Mr Arthur Wildman, show proprietor, and whilst in Denbigh lodged in tho same house Defendant disappeared, and immediately afterwards witness missed £7 10s in gold from his purse. Sergt. John Evans said ho received defendant into custody from tho Liverpool police. In the lock-up Tracey adnntted having taken the money. Supt. Woollam said no money was found on prisoner, who admitted having spent 35s of his own money in Rhyl. Defendant was a sailor, and apparently bore a good character. The prosecutor also spoke well of Tracey, and pleaded on his behalf. Defendant was sent to gaol for two months with hard labour.
4th September 1909 The Merthyr Express
Impertinent Tramp at Tredegar. CALLED THE CHAIRMAN A "TOFF." At Tredegar Pokes Court on Tuesday, before Mr. D. Vv. Evans and others, Thomas I Tracey (45), tramping potter, was summoned for begging at Tredegar on the 30th uit. Mrs. Lippiatt, Bridge street, said that the prisoner came to her and asked for potatoes and cold meat, and when she said she had non, he becamo very impudent. Mrs. Price, said the prisoner asked her in the street for cold potatoes, and when ile said she had none, lie threatened to take her life, and followed her about.-P.C. Davics raid complaints were made about prisoner's conduct, and he arrested him. He said if he were convicted, he would "go for" Mrs. Price when h9 came out. Prisoner (who was in a muddled condition) laughed in- credulously and remarked, "Speak the truth." He told the Bench that he was a. potter from Staffordshire, and he admitted begging for food. "My teeth were put into my mouth to eat," he "and if I can't get food, I must take it. I admit. I was 'mouching' about. He was committed for one month's hard labour. Prisoner: One month is it? You are a toff. You a beautiful gentleman. A month hard labour for "mouching." I'll do it manfully, but I'll Tho concluding port of the sentence died away in the distance as he was put into the cells.
13th November 1909 The Cardiff Times
Glamorgan Assizes...Taff Mead Outrage. Frederick Joseph Price (18). Frank Bailey (20), Robert Tracey (21), John Hedges (21), and Dennis Power (20), all labourers, were indicted...
11th December 1909 Rhondda Leader Maesteg Garw and Ogmore Telegraph
Ogmore Vale. Bazaar...Bachelor [stall] Mr. H. Tracey..
1909 Cardiff Directory
Mr Tracey, sub-Post Office, Salisbury Road
7th January 1910 The Pembroke County Guardian and Cardigan Reporter
Pembroke Sessions...Francis Edward Tracey, jeweller, Pembroke, said that he had seen the accused in his shop about three weeks ago. He offered witness some articles for sale as old silver. The accused asked first if witness bought old silver. Witness bought the brooches and gave the accused Is. or Is. 3d. for them. Witness had no recollection of buying the spectacles. Accused: I took them to Mr. Tracey and had Is. 3d. for them, which I brought home...
16th July 1910 Rhyl Record and Advertiser
Rhyl Petty Sessions...The Touting Nuisance. Evan Pendletoa, conductor of a charabanc, Vale Road, was summoned for touting on the Promenade on two occasions, and James Tracey, South Kinmel Street, was charged with one offence.
1910 Census - Philadelphia Ward 27, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
William Tracy Head M 65 Wales, Father's Birthplace: England. Mother's Birthplace: Wales, Immigration Year: 1875
Harriet R Tracy Wife F 55 England
Edith T Gerson Daughter F 35 Illinois
Harriet B Gerson Granddaughter F 15 Pennsylvania
Howard M Gerson Grandson M 11 Illinois
William T Gerson Grandson M 8 Pennsylvania
30th December 1911 The Rhondda Leader
Cymmer Welsh Congregational Chapel on Christmas evening...bass, Mr. Herbert Tracey, London....Mr. Herbert Tracey gave a sonorous rendering of The Lord worketh wonders...solo, "Nazareth," Mr. Herbert Tracey
17th April 1913 Flintshire Observer Mining Journal and General Advertiser for the Counties of Flint Denbigh
Alleged Theft of Sheep. Grave Charge against Three Bagillt Men. At a special sessions at Holywell on Wednesday before Messrs. Samuel Jones and Joseph Jones, Frank Tracey, Joseph Tracey, and W. Boyle, of the River View, New Brighton, Bagillt, were charged with the larceny of a Shropshire ewe, the property of Mr. J. Lloyd-Price, Glyn Abbot, Holywell; and Florence Eugene Tracey (mother of the first two prisoners) was charged with reciving, knowing the sheep to have been stolen.
6th May 1913 The Cambria Daily Leader
W.J. [William James] Tracey FSMC DBOA
20th June 1913 The Cambria Daily Leader
Morriston Bazaar...Graig House, Morriston, on behalf of Zion Baptist Church...There was good- business done, and the sum realised was nearly £40. The bazaar will be opened again on Satur- day afternoon next. by Mrs. Walter Tracey (jeweller), Woodfield-street.
28th November 1913 The Cambria Daily Leader
Postal Demands. Meeting of all grades at Albert Hall [Swansea]...Mr. Tracey, Cardiff (Sub-Postmaster's Federation) proposed the following resolution: "that. while the Postmaster- General's statement had modified the objectionable clauses of the Holt Committee's report, it does not deal properly with tho admitted increase in the cost of living; it gives nothing to the women and many other classes; it doefi not deal with the attack on Trades Unionism, and other objectionable features of the report. This meeting, therefore, declares in favour of an immediate 15 per cent. increase of wages, and the rejection of other clauses of the report above referred to." Mr. Tracey dealt at length with the grievances of his class, and said that all the conccssions they had received under the Holt report, they had already been given, while many others had been withheld, and fresh work put on them. It was impossible for a sub-postmaster to pay his assistants honestly on the present scale of remuneration. They should stand firmly together, and unitedly press forward their demands.
1913-4 Swansea & district directory
Tracey W. (jeweller) 94 Woodfield street, Morriston
25th September 1915 Herald of Wales and Monmouthshire Recorder
The death took place at High-street. Pontardawe, on Friday morning, of Mrs. Mary Ann Morgan, wife of Mr. Daniel Morgan, Registrar of Births and Deaths. The deceased lady, who was 51 years of age, was a native of Glanamman, being the adopted daughter of Mr: Joseph Tracey. She took a keen interest in temperance work, and was highly popular in the locality.
14th October 1915 The Amman Valley Chronicle and East Carmarthen News
Recruited In July, 1915...David Treacy, Hillside View, Pentregwenlais, Irish Guards.
12 October 1916 Cambrian Daily Leader & 20 Oct 1916 Carmarthen weekly reporter
Scroll of Fame...Wounded...Irish Guards.-Treacy, 9154, D., Carmarthen.
20th October 1916 The Carmarthen Weekly Reporter
Local War Items...wounded...D. Tracey, Carmarthen, 9154, Irish Guards...
22nd April 1916 The Cambria Daily Leader
Fire At Morriston...detected by Pte. W. Tracer and Mr. Graham Harris, both of Woodfield-street...
4th September 1916 The Cambria Daily Leader
Morriston. The death oculTcd en Sunday morning, after a brief illness, of Mrs. W. Tracey, wife of Mr Walter Tracey, Woodfield street, Morriston. The deceased was 72 years of age, and was highly esteemed. She was a member of Seion Baptist Chapel, and leaves four daughters and two sons.
9th October 1917 The Cambria Daily Leader
Skewen. At Mooretown Mission Church...to welcome...Pte. Stanley Tracey (discharged suffering from shell shock)...
10th October 1918 The Cambria Daily Leader
Pembroke. An interesting ceremony took place at the monthly meeting of the Pembroke Town Council, when the honorary freedom of the borough was presented to Lieut. Jack Roch, M.C., of the Machine Gun Corps, and Corpl. George Tracey, M.M., of the Welsh Regiment, two Pembroke lads who have achieved distinction on the field.
26th April 1919 South Wales Weekly Post
Swansea...stealing, by means of tricks, two gold and diamond rings, value £14, from Wm. James Tracey. on March 25th...
8th November 1919 The Cambria Daily Leader
Page Boy...William Tracey (15), of 11, Pottery-street, Swansea...charged with stealing a number of letters containing cheques to the value of SUS. from the Castle Hotel, between October 22nd and 28th...The charges against Tracey were dismissed...
September 29, 1922 Evening public ledger (Philadelphia Pa)
Rev Dr Tracy took Christ Memorial Charge when a mission. The Rev Dr William Tracy will celebrate the thirty-fourth anniverary of his assumption of the pastorate of the Christ Memorial Reformed Episcopal Church...Last Monday Dr. and Mrs Tracy who live at 4401 Sansom Street, celebrated their fifieth wedding anniversary... Dr. Tracy was born in Pembrokeshire Wales in 1845 and was educated at Mansfield College Oxford University England...he was pastor for several years at [Cheadle Hulme Church] Manchester England. His first charge in the United States was at Lacon Ill...
1940 Census - Kingston Township, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, United States
Ray Tracy Head M 69 Wales, Widowed
Doris Frace Wife F 42
Edythe Griffith Niece F 26 New York
Mary Annie Tracey married Jul-Aug-Sep 1894 Holyhead, Anglesey, Wales
Owen John Williams
Eliena Tracy b. 1882 Anglesey, Anglesey, Wales
King James Tracey b. 1885 Holyhead, Anglesey, Wales
William Henry M Tracy b. 1881 Anglesey, Anglesey, Wales
Ann Tracy married Oct-Nov-Dec 1863 Brecknock, Brecknockshire, Wales
Catherine Tracey married Michael Carey Jul-Aug-Sep 1867 Crickhowell, Brecknockshire, Wales
Arthur James Tracey b. 13 June 1874 bapt. 5 August 1874 Brecon, St Mary, Brecknockshire, Wales
Arthur James Tracey b. 1874 Brecknock, Brecknockshire, Wales
Elsie May Tracy b. 1890 Builth, Brecknockshire, Wales
Norah Tracy b. 1891 Builth, Brecknockshire, Wales
John Tracey/Tracy & Harriet
Susanna Hariet Tracy bapt. 30 July 1837 Beddgelert, Caernarvon, Wales
Sarah Maria Tracey b. 25 November 1838 Beddgelert, Caernarvon, Wales
Joseph Tracey/Traceey married Jul-Aug-Sep 1859 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Mary Tracey married John Reader (age 49) 27 Jun 1899 Bettws Y Coed, Caernarvonshire, Wales
Walter Tracey married Oct-Nov-Dec 1873 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Anne Tracey married James Edgar 27 Dec 1848 Llandeilo Fawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Anne Tracey/Tracy married Jul-Aug-Sep 1869 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
George Tracey & Elizabetn Stone
Anne Stone Or Tracey b. 28 Mar 1832 Llandilo Fawr, Carmarthen, Wales
George Tracey married Maria Stammers 19 May 1836 Llandeilo Fawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
George Tracey & Maria
George Tracey b. 16 July 1837 Llandilo Fawr, Carmarthen, Wales
Harry George Tracey b. 25 December 1838 Llandilo Fawr, Carmarthen, Wales
Frank Tracey b. 16 August 1842 Llandilo Fawr, Carmarthen, Wales
Agnes Tracey b. 28 March 1846 Llandilo Fawr, Carmarthen, Wales
George Tracey b. 9 April 1847 Llandilo Fawr, Carmarthen, Wales
Georgina Tracey b. 19 April 1852 Llandilo Fawr, Carmarthen, Wales
John Smith Tracey b. 05 Jan 1845 Llandilo Fawr, Carmarthen, Wales
Jone Tracey b. 10 April 1853 Llandilo Fawr, Carmarthen, Wales
Kathleen Tracey b. 27 July 1850 Llandilo Fawr, Carmarthen, Wales
Maria Tracey b. 12 Jan 1840 Llandilo Fawr, Carmarthen, Wales
Rhoda Clarence Tracey b. 26 June 1864 Llandilo Fawr, Carmarthen, Wales
John Tracey married Rachel Thomas 08 Dec 1837 Llandeilo Fawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Mary Tracey married John Nichols (age 47) 16 Feb 1860 Dafen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Agnes Tracey b. 1846 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Francis Tracey b. 1842 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
George Dickson Tracey b. 1844 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Georgina Tracey b. 1851 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Grace Fanny Tracey bapt. 24 October 1841 Llandeilo Fawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Henry George Tracey b. 1838 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
John Smith Tracey b. 1844 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
John Tracey bapt. 26 October 1836 Llandeilo Fawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
John William Tracey bapt. 7 March 1869 Llanelli, St Paul, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Kathleen Tracey b. 1850 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Mary Jane Tracy b. 1875 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Rhoda Clarence Tracey b. 1855 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Rhoda Clarence Tracey b. 1855 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Tom Tracey b. 1853 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Tom Tracey bapt. 10 April 1853 Llandeilo Fawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Anne Maria Tracey married Jul-Aug-Sep 1850 Wrexham, Denbighshire, Wales
Mary Tracey married John Reader Apr-May-Jun 1899 Llanwrst, Denbighshire, Wales
Richard Trecie married Margeret Salesbury 10 Sep 1723 Gresford, Denbighshire, Wales
Thomas Treacy married Apr-May-Jun 1846 Wrexham Denbighshire
Mary Ann Ingman
John Tracy bapt. 5 June 1825 Wrexham, Denbighshire, Wales
William Treacy married Apr-May-Jun 1881 Holywell Flintshire
William Tracy married Bridget Cassidy Jul-Aug-Sep 1871 Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
Catherine Tracey b. 1872 Flint, Flintshire, Wales
Mary Tracey b. 1874 Flint, Flintshire, Wales
John Stephen Tracey b. 1876 Flint, Flintshire, Wales
Ann Tracey (b. 1878 Flint, Flintshire, Wales d. 1967 Holywell, Flintshire, Wales) married Frederick Gibson 1 Sept 1917 St Werburgh's RC Church, Grosvenor Park Road, Chester, Cheshire
Agnes Tracey b. 1880 Flint, Flintshire, Wales
William Tracey, lodger, 22, b. abt 1849 Galway Ireland, Flintshire Wales
William Tracey, head, 36, b. 1845 Ireland, widower, Redfern Row Flint Flintshire
Kate Tracey, daughter, 9, b. 1872 Flintshire, Flint Flintshire
Mary Tracey, daughter, 6, b. 1875 Flintshire, Flint Flintshire
John Tracey, son, 5, b. 1876 Flintshire, Flint Flintshire
Anne Tracey, daughter, 3, b. 1878 Flintshire, Flint Flintshire
Bridget Casidy, Head, 66, b. Ireland, Redfern Row Flint, Flintshire
John Cassidy, Son, 39, b. Ireland
Anne Cassidy, Daughter, 33, b. Ireland
Connor Cassidy, Son, 27, b. Wales
Catherine Green, Daughter, 23, b. Wales
Agnes Tracey, granddaughter, 1, b. 1880 Flintshire, Flint Flintshire
Agnes Tracey, b. 1880 Flint Flintshire, Flint Flintshire
John Stephen Tracey b. 1876 d. Oct-Nov-Dec 1888 Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
William Tomkins Tracy, 37, b. Flint North Wales 1867 (s. of Patrick Joseph Tracy & Catherine Jane Tomkins) married Elend Clara Harriet Evans, 21, b. Sandback 1883 (d. of George Bailey Evans & Elizabeth Walker) 26 Oct 1904 Manhattan, New York, New York [parents moved to Dublin and then Liverpool]
Ann Tracey b. 1866 Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
Elizabeth Treacy b. 1882 Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
James Treacy b. 1886 Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
Mary Tracey b. 1874 Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
Thomas Tracy b. 1885 Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
William J Tracey b. 1866 Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
William Treacy b. 1883 Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
Agnes Tracey married Jul-Aug-Sep 1884 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Anastasia Tracey married Apr-May-Jun 1890 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Ann Tracy married Elijah Parpitt (age 32) 22 May 1858 Roath, Glamorganshire, Wales
Ann Tracey married Apr-May-Jun 1865 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Ellen Theresa Tracey married Apr-May-Jun 1885 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Charles Palmer Hunt
James Tracey m. Catherine Hanlin 31/7/1861, Rathangan Parish Wexford (Wit: James Brian, John Cleary)
1. James Tracey (b.c. 1839 d. 1878) & Catherine (b.c. 1838) [Hanlin?]
1.1 Stephen Tracey (b.c. 1861 Wexford) m. Elizabeth Reardon
1.1.1 Mary Tracey (b.c. 1883)
1.1.2 James Tracey (b. 1886)
1.1.3 Stephen Tracey (b.c. 1890)
1.2 Mary Tracey (b.c. 1865 Swansea)
1.3 Lawrence Tracey (b.c. 1868 Swansea)
1.4 Margaret Tracey (b.C. 1869 Swansea)
1.5 Anastasia Tracey (b.c. 1872 Swansea) m. Daniel O'Driscoll
1.6 Patrick Tracey (b.c. 1874 Swansea)
1.7 Mary Tracey (b. 1877)
Seán Duggan on May 8, 2009
James Tracey (1840-) & Catherine Handlin (1839-)
Steven Tracey (1862 Wexford - 1905 St.Helens Lancs) m. Elizabeth Reardon (1862-1927)
James Tracey (1887-1959) m. Lilian Mary Heaton (1892-) 1912 Lowehouse St.Helens
James Tracey, head, 31, b. 1840 Ireland, labourer, Swansea Glamorganshire
Catherine Tracey, wife, 32, b. 1839 Ireland, Swansea Glamorganshire
Stephen Tracey, son, 9, b. 1862 Ireland, Swansea Glamorganshire
Mary Tracey, daughter, 5, b. 1866 Glamorgan, Swansea Glamorganshire
Samuel Tracey, son, 3, b. 1868 Glamorgan, Swansea Glamorganshire
Margaret Tracey, daughter, 1, b. 1870 Glamorgan, Swansea Glamorganshire
It would appear that Wales was not a popular place for the Traceys to emigrate to. Also around that time, Lawrence was not a popular name with the Traceys.
I could not find Lawrence Tracey in the 1871 census in Wales, but his death may have occured in Jan 1877 in Swansea, Glamorganshire. By elimination, I presume that this must be him:
1871 Census England -
Widnes, Lancashire [see below]
Self Luke Whitney M 25 Wexford, Ireland
Wife Mary A Whitney F 30 Wexford, Ireland
Daughter Bridget Whitney F 5 Widnes, Lancashire
Son Nickolas Whitney M 7 Wexford, Ireland
Lodger Lawrance Treacy M 35 Wexford, Ireland
There was a Laurence Tracy born in 1835 in Wexford, (perhaps near Rathangan Parish).
The best match that I have is for perhaps his brother, although in the 1881 Census there are Traceys from Waterford living in Swansea.
1881 British Census
Household: 12 Llangavelach St, Swansea Town, Glamorgan, Wales
Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
Household: 4 Skinner St, Swansea Town, Glamorgan, Wales
Advice tracing Traceys
Lawrence Tracey was indeed born around 1835-37 and had a younger brother James who married a Catherine. James tragically died in 1879 in Swansea at the age of 32 leaving Catherine with 6 children. Stephen witnessed the accident and the coroners report confirms Stephen is James' son so the information you kindly sent me matches. I also purchased a book called "Little Ireland" about the Irish immigration into Swansea. It briefly mentions the Tracey men, stating they were from Wexford which also tallies with your information so thanks to you - I'm on the right path. I think Margaret Power was born Waterford but I'm still searching for confirmation.
Sian Roderick firstname.lastname@example.org August & September 2013
Operative Society of Masons, Quarrymen and Allied Trades of England and Wales
James Tracey, Cardiff (Central), 59, died 28 Oct 1913 of Heart failure, entitled to £10
Jenett Tracye married Thomas Howell 1592 Wenvoe, Glamorgan, Wales
Jenkin Tracy married Mary ??? 1724 Cadoxton-J-Barry, Glamorgan, Wales
John Tracey & Mary
John Tracey b. 1800 Oystermouth, Glamorgan, Wales
Anne Tracey b. 1802 Oystermouth, Glamorgan, Wales
William Tracey b. 1804 Oystermouth, Glamorgan, Wales
John Treacey married Oct-Nov-Dec 1872 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Lawrence Tracy married Margaret Power Jul-Aug-Sep 1852 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales [of Wexford]
Lawrence Trocey, b. 1831 —, Swansea Swansea Glamorganshire
Margaret Trocey, b. 1832 —, Swansea Swansea Glamorganshire
Thomas Trocey, b. 1853 —, Swansea Swansea Glamorganshire
Ellen Trocey, b. 1855 —, Swansea Swansea Glamorganshire
Michael Trocey, b. 1858 —, Swansea Swansea Glamorganshire
Margaret Trocey, b. 1861 Glamorgan, Swansea Swansea Glamorganshire
1871 Census [Also see above]
Richard Barson/Barron, head, 32, b. 1839 Ireland, Swansea Glamorganshire
Magret Barson/Barron, head, 38, b. 1832 Ireland, Swansea Glamorganshire
Ellen Tracey, stepdaughter, 16, b. 1855 Swansea Glamorgan, Swansea Glamorganshire
Michael Tracey, stepson, 13, b. 1858 Swansea Glamorgan, Swansea Glamorganshire
Ann Tracey, stepdaughter, 7 b. 1864 Swansea Glamorgan, Swansea Glamorganshire
Johana Barson, daughter, 4, b. 1867 Swansea Glamorganshire, Swansea Glamorganshire
Margaret Barnes, head, 48, b. 1833 Waterford Ireland, widow, Fish Hawker, 2 Bridge St Swansea (Town) Glamorganshire
Michael Tracey, son, 22, b. 1859 Glamorgan, single, Furnaceman Copper Works, Swansea (Town) Glamorganshire
Johanna Tracey, daughter, 13, b. 1868 Glamorgan, Swansea (Town) Glamorganshire
James Tracey, son, 9, b. 1872 Glamorgan, Swansea (Town) Glamorganshire
Lawrence Tracy married Jul-Aug-Sep 1852 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Louisa Tracy married Harry Williams (age 25) 25 December 1897 Swansea, St James, Glamorganshire, Wales
Margaret Tracey married 1865 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Mary Tracey married Oct-Nov-Dec 1853 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Mary Jane Tracey married Jan-Feb-Mar 1886 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Henry John Bale
Mary Jane Tracy married Apr-May-Jun 1895 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Walter Lewis Thomas
Michael Tracy married Apr-May-Jun 1840 Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorganshire, Wales
Michael Tracey married Jul-Aug-Sep 1856 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Margaret Evans Jeremiah
Patrick Tracey married Oct-Nov-Dec 1860 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Mary Tracey b. 1798 Swansea St. Mary, Glamorgan, Wales
Stephen Tracey married Elizabeth Reardon Jan-Feb-Mar 1881 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
James Tracy m. Bridget Byrne, 3 October 1859
Myles b. 12 Oct 1864 Arklow (LDS)
[State Reg Marriage: Myles Tracy, Rathdrum Jul - Sep 1899 Volume Number: 2 Page Number: 868]
John b. 12 Feb 1867 Arklow (LDS)
Winifred b. 29 Mar 1871 (LDS)
Terence b. 27 Jul 1874 Arklow (LDS)
Terence Tracey married Mary Foley Jan-Feb-Mar 1896 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales [of Arklow Co. Wicklow]
1901 Census St John The Baptist Cardiff Wales
Terence Tracey, 26, Head, b. Ireland [Marriage: Terence Tracey Cardiff Glamorganshire 1896]
Mary Tracey, 25, wife, b. Ireland
James Tracey, 3, son, b. Cardiff, Glamorganshire
Terence Tracey, 0, son, b. Cardiff, Glamorganshire
Sarah Jane Tracey & William Whitford [see Liverpool]
1881 Census - Western St, Swansea (Town), Glamorganshire, Wales
Wm Whitford Head M 42 Liverpool, Lancashire, England, Watch Jobber
Sarah Jane Whitford Wife F 36 Hull, England
Elizabeth Ellen Whitford Daughter F 10 Ireland
Wm Whitford Son M 8 Ireland
John Henry Whitford Son M 4 Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
Fredrick ? Whitford Son M 6 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Maude Whitford Daughter F 2 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Charles Tracy Whitford Son M 7 M Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
1891 Census - New Oxford Street, Swansea
William Whitford Head M 52 Lancashire, England, Watch Repairer
Sarah J Whitford Wife F 46 Yorkshire, England
Elizabeth E Whitford Daughter F 20 Ireland
William Whitford Son M 18 Ireland
Frederick H Whitford Son M 16 Shropshire, England
John H Whitford Son M 14 Glamorganshire, England
Maud Whitford Daughter F 12 Glamorganshire, England
Charles T Whitford Son M 10 Glamorganshire, England
Alexander Whitford Son M 6 Swansea, Glamorganshire, England
1901 Census - Lower Oxford Street, Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
William Whitford Head M 62 Liverpool, Lancashire, WATCH MAKER
Sarah Jane Whitford Wife F 56 Hull, Yorkshire
Frederick H Whitford Son M 27 Shrewsbury, Salop
Maud Whitford Daughter F 23 Swansea, Glamorganshire
Charles Tracey Whitford Son M 20 Swansea, Glamorganshire
Alexander Whitford Son M 14 Swansea, Glamorganshire
Thomas Tracey married Delinda Elizabeth Evans Jan-Feb-Mar 1897 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Thomas Tracey (Dock Lab) & Delenda Elizabeth
Agnes May Tracey b. 1898 9 Pottery St Swansea St. Mary, Glamorgan, Wales
Thomas Tracy married Apr-May-Jun 1840 Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorganshire, Wales
Thomas Tracey married Oct-Nov-Dec 1873 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Thomas Tracey married Oct-Nov-Dec 1881 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Tom Tracy & Elizabeth
Thomas John Tracy bapt. 1900 Swansea St. Mary, Glamorgan, Wales
Philip Tracy bapt 1645 Wenvoe, Glamorgan, Wales [Note date]
Thomas Tracy (39, b. 1873 Newport Wales, England) & Olive Zaller (39, b. 1873 Springfield, Ohio)
Bernard Tracy b. 21 May 1912 Cook, Illinois, United States
William Trazy, collier, & Eliza
Thomas Henry Trazy b. 15 Jan 1886 Distillery Rd Llanwonno, Glamorganshire, Wales
William Tracey married 1872 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Agnes May Tracey b. 1898 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Agnes May Tracey b. 7 January 1896 bapt. 23 March 1898 Swansea, St Mary, Glamorganshire, Wales
Agnes Tracey b. 1876 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Agnes Tracey b. 1884 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Ambrose Tracey b. 1864 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Anastasia Tracey b. 1872 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Ann Tracey b. 1864 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Annie Tracey b. 1879 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Annie Tracy b. 1881 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Arthur Sydney Tracy b. 1894 Bridgend, Glamorganshire, Wales
Bridget Tracey b. 1863 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Catherine Tracey b. 1889 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Edith Tracy b. 1882 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Florence Tracy b. 1878 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Francis Eugene Tracy b. 1897 Bridgend, Glamorganshire, Wales
Francis John Tracey b. 1885 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Grace Fanny Tracey b. 1841 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Henry Donald Tracey b. 1895 Bridgend, Glamorganshire, Wales
Herbert Trevor Tracey b. 1884 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Honorah Agnes Tracey b. 1865 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
James Tracey b. 1887 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
James Tracey b. 1898 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
James Tracey b. Tracey b. 1873 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Janet Tracey b. 1883 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Johanna Tracey b. 1894 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
John Henry Tracey b. 1884 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
John L Tracey b. 1877 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
John Patrick Tracey b. 1892 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
John Tracey b. 1867 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Julia Tracey b. 1875 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Julia Tracey b. 1888 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Lawrence Tracy b. 1868 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Louisa Tracey b. 1871 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Margaret Tracey b. 1869 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Margaret Tracey b. 1878 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Margaret Tracy b. 1861 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Maria Tracey b. 1839 Llandilofawr, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Mary Agnes Tracey b. 1884 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Mary Ann Tracey b. 1857 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Mary Ann Tracey b. 1863 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Mary Elizabeth Tracey b. 1876 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Mary Ellen Tracey b. 1882 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Mary Ellen Tracey b. 1886 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Mary Tracey b. 1866 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Mary Tracey b. 1869 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Mary Tracey b. 1877 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Mary Tracey b. 1879 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Mary Tracey b. 1883 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Mary Tracey b. 9 January 1798 bapt. 9 February 1798 Swansea, St Mary, Glamorganshire, Wales
Michael Tracey b. 1852 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Michael Tracey b. 1858 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Patrick Tracey b. 1874 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Robert Tracey b. 1891 Pontypridd, Glamorganshire, Wales
Stephen Tracey b. 1889 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Teresa Tracey b. 1892 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Thomas John Tracy b. 17 Jan bapt. 18 April 1900 Swansea, St Mary, Glamorganshire, Wales
Thomas John Tracy b. 1900 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Thomas Timothy Tracey b. 1880 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Thomas Tracey b. 1853 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Thomas Tracey b. 1874 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Thomas Tracey b. 1875 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Thomas Tracey b. 1883 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Walter Trewent Tracy b. 1884 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
William James Tracey b. 1896 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
William James Tracy b. 1887 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
William John Tracey b. 1878 Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
William John Tracey bapt. 2 January 1879 Swansea, Christ Church, Glamorganshire, Wales
William Patrick Tracey b. 1887 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Winafred Louisa Tracy b. 1876 Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorganshire, Wales
Herbert Tracey 1926
Herbert Trevor Tracey, CBE (1884-1955) of Cardiff and London, Trade Union Congress (TUC) Department Head and Labour Party organiser.
Born 13 March 1884 in Cardiff the 3rd son of James Tracey. He married Margaret, d. of William Moore, 1910 Cardiff.
He was educated at the village school for four years; otherwise he was self-educated. He began work as an errand boy, office boy, deputy-foreman in flourmill.
Studied for Methodist ministry and served for six years as pastor of churches in Welsh mining valleys, where he also promoted the Independent Labour Party (ILP); turned to journalism in 26th year; Assistant Editor, Christian Commonwealth, 1911-17.
From 1917 until he retired from full time service in 1949, he was the TUC Publicity Officer. He was a special correspondent to English and Foreign newspapers and news agencies at various periods since 1918.
Organised and directed Labour Party Press Bureau, 1917-20. Visited Canada and U. S. in 1921 for journalism and lecturing Industrial correspondent at Labour headquarters, 1922. Organised and took charge of TUC Publicity Department, 1926.
He joined the staff of the Labour Party in 1917, and created the Party's press and publicity department. In 1921 he became Industrial Correspondent of the Joint Press and Publicity Department of the Labour Party and Trades Union Congress. In 1925/6, when the joint arrangement came to an end, he was appointed Publicity Officer of the TUC, and set up the TUC publicity department. He had control of TUC publicity arrangements during General Strike. Editor of Brotherhood Outlook 1920-5, The British Worker in the General Strike 1926, Industrial News 1926-50 and Labour 1933-50.
During his retirement his services were available to the TUC in an advisory and consultative capacity.
Member of New Welcome Lodge No. 5139, Initiated, 8 Jul. 1932
The British Foreign Office secret department, known as the Information Research Department (IRD) had close links with an anti-communist organisation called "Freedom First," run by Herbert Tracey. IRD publicity material was used in a newsletter published by "Freedom First" and distributed to several hundred key trade union organisers. There was also an international edition of this newsletter.
He was awarded the C.B.E. in 1950.
1921: The coal-war in Britain : a study of working-class economics and trade union organization (April-June, 1921)
1924: From Doughty street to Downing street ; the Rt. Hon. J. Ramsay MacDonald, M.P., a biographical study
1925: The book of the Labour Party, its history, growth, policy, and leaders,
1929: The British press: a survey, a newspaper directory, and a who's who in journalism.
1938: Seventy years of trade unionism, 1868-1938.
1940: Trade Unions Fight--For What? Hardcover
1941: Trade unions fight--for what?
1948: The British Labour Party, its history, growth, policy and leaders.
1952: Trade unionism, its origins, growth and role in modern society
1954: Le mouvement syndical britannique
1954: The British trade union movement.
1955: The British trade union movement / Herbert Tracey.
1956: Die Britische Gewerkschafts-bewegung / Herbert Tracey.
The Society for the Study of Labour History
Whos Who, Men and Women of the Time, 1935
Who was who: A Companion to Who's Who, 1961
Manchester Times 16 March 1844
On the 13 instant, at the office of the Superintendent Registrar, Town Hall, Salford, Mr Bernard Treacy, to Mrs. Rosetta Radford, both of Salford.
Bernard Tracey died 2nd Quarter 1849 Salford Lancashire
Bernard Treacy, of full age, Clogger, Bachelor, Pendleton, (s. of Bernard Treacy, Weaver) married Mary Hughes - (X), of full age, Spinster, Pendleton (d. of John Hughes, Gardener) Wit: John Daley, (X); Margret Daly 1 Jan 1848 St Mary the Virgin, Eccles, Lancashire, England
Tracy & Mary/Maria Hughes
1861 Census - Honduras Street St James Oldham Lancashire
Bernard Tracy, Head, 36, b. 1825 Ireland, Clogans Pattern maker
Mary Tracy, Wife, 33, b. 1828 Manchester
Matthew Tracy, Son, 12, b. 1849 Pendleton, Cotton piecer
James Tracy, Son, 6, b. 1855 Salford
William Tracy, Son, 4, b. 1857 Salford
John Tracy, Son, 1, b. 1860 Oldham
Bernard Treacy, died 1869 Oldham Lancashire, Age 46, b. 1823
Matthew Tracy married Sarah Harrop 1869 Oldham, Lancashire
1871 Census - Oldham, Lancashire, England
Matthew Tracey Head M 23 Salford, Lancashire, Clogger Seatman
Sarah Tracey Wife F 25 Oldham, Lancashire, Cotton Weaver
James Tracey married Elizabeth Ellen Short 1878 Preston, Lancashire, England
1881 Census - 5 Alfred St Chadderton, Lancashire, England
Matthew Tracey Head M 33 Salford, Lancashire, England, Clogg Sole Maker
Sarah Tracey Wife F 34 Oldham, Lancashire, England
William Henry Tracey Son M 6 America
Mary Alice Tracey Daughter F 3 Oldham, Lancashire, England
Robert Tracey Son M 0 Chadderton, Lancashire, England
James Tracey Brother M 26 Salford, Lancashire, England, Life Insurance Agent
Elizabeth Tracey Son In Law M 30 Bristol, Somerset, England
Reginald Tracey Nephew M 0 Chadderton, Lancashire, England
Bernard Tracey, 57, B. 1826, Died 4th Quarter 1883 Oldham Lancashire
1901 Census - 10 Lansdowne Road, Chadderton, Oldham, Lancashire
Mathew Tracey, Head, 52, b.1849 Salford, Clog Maker
Sarah Tracey, Wife, 54, b.1847 Oldham
Robert Tracey, Son, 20, b.1881 Chadderton, Cotton Machinery Painter
1901 Census - 106 Broadway Roath St Margarets Cardiff Wales
James Tracey, head, 48, b. 1853 Salford Lancashire, Assurance Superintendant
Elizabeth Tracey, wife, 50, b. 1850 Bristol Somersetshire,
Reginald Tracy, son, 20, b. 1881 Oldham Lancashire, Hardware Warehouse Assistant
Llewellyn Tracey, son, 18, b. 1883 Lancaster Lancashire, Clerk In Flour Mill
Herbert Tracey, son, 17, b. 1884 Cardiff Glamorganshire, Clerk On Flour Mill
Vivian Tracey, son, 15, b. 1886 Marshfield Monmouthshire, Butcher/Bicycle Shop Assistant
Wilfred Tracey, son, 13, b. 1888 Cardiff Glamorganshire, Stationery Store Office Boy
Reginald Tracey married Jane Lana K Kent Oct-Nov-Dec 1904 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Herbert T Tracey married Maria M Moore 1910 Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
1911 Census - 51 Salisbury Road Cardiff, Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales
Reginald Tracey, Head, 30, b. 1881 Chadderton Oldham Lancs, Hardware And Glass And China Dealer
Jane Eleanor Kate Tracey, Wife, 33, b. 1878 Bristol, Assisting In The Business
1911 Census - 65 Arthur Road Holloway N, Islington, London
Herbert Tracey, Head, 27, Journalist, b. 1884 Cardiff Glamorgan
Margaret Tracey, Wife, 34, b. 1877 Pontypool Mon
Llewellyn Tracey, 1919 5A Reserve Brigade, 26th Reserve Battery Royal Horse & Field Artillery, Merthyr Tydfil, 35, b. 1884 Lancaster, Lancashire, England
Llewellyn Tracey, arrived 5 Oct 1919 Niagara Falls New York, 26, b. 1893 Lancaster England, to brother Vivian
Herbert T Tracy, 15 Nov 1921 Niagara Falls New York, 37, b. 1884 Cardiff, Father James Cardiff
1946 NY: Herbert Tracey, 62, married Foreign Official - Trade U Offr, b. Cardiff Wales, Wife: Mrs M/Margaret Tracey 16 Church rd/Grove Hamptonwick MX, ticket paid by Trade U Congress, Aug 1945 NY, c/o UK Delegation to UNO General Assembly, 5'10", drk complexion, gry hair, brn eyes, mole on right cheek bone
Thomas Tracy & Hannah
Robert Tracy bapt. 8 March 1836 Abergavenny, Monmouthshire
1862 Medical Graduates Queen’s University
Robert Tracey, Feb 1836 Abergavenny Wales, Apr 20, 1912 Belleville ON
1871 Census - Seaforth i, North Huron 26, Ontario
Robert Tracy, 35, b. 1836 Wales, married, Church Of England
1891 Census - Belleville City Hastings West Ontario Canada
Robert Tracy, 54, b. 1837 Wales, married, Church Of England
1901 Census - A, Hastings (west/ouest), Ontario, Canada
Robert Tracy Head M 64 Wales Church Of England
Rachael Tracy Wife F 56 Ontario
Gertrude Tracy Daughter F 27 Ontario
William Stanley Tracey married May Evans 12 June 1894 Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales
William Henry Stanley Tracey bapt. 21 October 1896 Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales
John Tracy married Anne Jones 11 February 1871 Llandysilio, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Mary Jane Tracey married William Lewis Apr-May-Jun Llanfyllin, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Thomas Tracey (age 25) married Sarah Evans 27 November 1859 Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Thomas Tracy (age 21) married Mary Ann Stanley 11 August 1877 Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales
William Treece married Jul-Aug-Sep 1882 Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Mary Elizabeth Evans
Alfred Tracey b. 1859 Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Andrew Tracy b. 1861 Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Charles Henry Tracy b. 1864 Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Frederick Tracy b. 1879 Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Gwyneth Rose G Tracy b. 1879 Forden, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Harriet Tracy b. 1867 Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Henrietta Susannah Tracy b. 1847 Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Henrietta Susannah Tracy bapt. 14 April 1847 Tregynon, Montgomeryshire, Wales
John Tracy b. 1874 Llanfyllin, Montgomeryshire, Wales
John Tracy bapt. 26 August 1874 Llandysilio, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Martha Jane Tracy b. 1872 Llanfyllin, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Martha Jane Tracy bapt. 14 April 1872 Llandysilio, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Martin Tracey b. 1854 Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Mary Ann Tracy b. 1877 Llanfyllin, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Mary Jane Tracy bapt. 21 October 1877 Llandysilio, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Robert Tracey b. 1879 Llanfyllin, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Robert Tracy bapt. 13 May 1880 Llandysilio, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Amelia Tracy married Henry Robt Hood 02 Nov 1874 Pembroke Dock, St John, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Ann Tracey married John Lloyd 1858 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Edward Tracy married Martha Trewent 14 August 1838 Steynton, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Edward Tracey & Margaret/Martha
Edward Tracey b. 14 April 1839 Saint Michaels, Pembroke, Pembroke, Wales
Mary Anne Tracey b. 8 January 1845 Saint Mary, Pembroke, Pembroke, Wales
Janet Tracey b. 28 March 1841 Saint Mary, Pembroke, Pembroke, Wales
George Tracy married Ellen Clare Miller 27 Dec 1864 Pembroke, St Mary, Pembrokeshire, Wales
George Tracy (age 35) married Jane Phillips 29 Jun 1875 Pembroke, St Mary, Pembrokeshire, Wales
James Tracey married Jane Trewent 22 Jul 1832 Pembroke, St Mary, Pembrokeshire, Wales
James Tracey/Tracy & Jane
Mary Tracey b. 08 May 1833 Saint Mary,Pembroke, Pembroke, Wales
James Tracey b. 15 October 1834 Saint Mary,Pembroke, Pembroke, Wales
Joseph Tracey b. 19 October 1836 Saint Mary,Pembroke, Pembroke, Wales
George Tracey b. 28 March 1839 Saint Mary,Pembroke, Pembroke, Wales
William Tracey b. 27 June 1841 Saint Mary,Pembroke, Pembroke, Wales
John Tracy bapt. 26 August 1842 Saint Mary, Pembroke, Pembroke, Wales
Francis Tracy bapt. 30 July 1845 Saint Mary, Pembroke, Pembroke, Wales
Walter Tracey b. 21 July 1848 Saint Mary,Pembroke, Pembroke, Wales
Robert Tracy bapt. 23 August 1850 Saint Mary, Pembroke, Pembroke, Wales
Jane Sophia Tracy bapt. 18 July 1855 Saint Mary, Pembroke, Pembroke, Wales
James Tracey married Apr-May-Jun 1876 Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Janna Tracy married John Sutton Jan-Feb-Mar 1870 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Janette Tracy married Charles Elsdon 29 Oct 1863 Pembroke, St Michael, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Jane Sophia Tracy married Jul-Aug-Sep 1888 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
John Treace married Martha Parell 09 Apr 1822 Steynton, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Joseph Tracey/Tracy married Margaret Griffiths 08 Oct 1807 Robeston West, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Joseph Tracey & Margaret
Edward Tracey b. 30 Jan 1814 Robeston West,Pembroke,Wales
Wm. Tracey b. 11 January 1818 Stackpole Elidor, Pembroke, Wales
Jemima Tracey b. 24 April 1825 Saint Petrox, Pembroke, Wales
Mary Tracy married William Jenkins Oct-Nov-Dec 1848 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Mary Ann Tracy married Henry James Way (age 25) 04 Apr 1869 Pembroke, St Mary, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Mary Tracy married Oct-Nov-Dec 1881 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Robert Tracy married Martha John 16 May 1885 Robeston Wathan, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Ann Tracy b. 1841 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Annie Maria Tracey b. 1885 Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Annie Maria Tracey b. 26 February 1885 bapt. 29 March 1885 Hubberston, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Berty George Tracy b. 1878 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Bridget Tracy b. 1847 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
David Tracy b. 1882 Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales
David Tracy bapt. 21 July 1882 Herbrandston, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Edward Tracy b. 1839 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Eleanor Tracy b. 1889 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Eleanor Tracy bapt. 11 May 1889 Pembroke, St Mary, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Female Tracy b. 1886 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Francis Edward Tracy b. 1875 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Francis Tracey bapt. 30 July 1845 Pembroke, St Mary, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Francis Tracy b. 1845 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
George Tracy b. 1839 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
George Walter Tracey b. 1887 Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales
George Walter Tracey b. 27 September 1887 bapt. 19 October 1887 Hubberston, Pembrokeshire, Wales
George William Tracy b. 1897 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
George William Tracy bapt. 26 September 1897 Pembroke, St Mary, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Henry Tracey b. 1843 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
James Tracey bapt. 19 December 1879 Herbrandston, Pembrokeshire, Wales
James Tracy b. 1880 Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales
James Tracy bapt. 22 January 1809 Robeston West, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Jane Sophia Tracy b. 1855 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Jannette Tracy b. 1841 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Jemima Tracy b. 1849 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
John Tracey bapt. 23 June 1811 Robeston West, Pembrokeshire, Wales
John Tracy b. 1842 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
John Tracy bapt. 26 August 1842 Pembroke, St Mary, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Joseph Berty Tracey b. 1851 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Joseph Tracey b. 1838 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Kezia Tracy b. 1854 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Male Tracy b. 1874 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Margaret Jane Tracey b. 1851 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Mary Ann Tracy b. 1844 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Mary Anne Tracy bapt. 8 January 1845 Pembroke, St Mary, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Mary Jane Tracy b. 1893 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Mary Jane Tracy bapt. 30 April 1893 Pembroke, St Mary, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Mary Tracy b. 1840 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Robert Tracy b. 1850 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Robert Tracy bapt. 23 August 1850 Pembroke, St Mary, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Sarah Cathatrine Hariet Tracy bapt. 12 June 1870 Pembroke Dock, Garrison, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Sarah Catherine H Tracey b. 1870 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Walter Tracy b. 1848 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Walter Tracy bapt. 21 July 1848 Pembroke, St Mary, Pembrokeshire, Wales
William Henry Tracy b. 1871 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
William John Tracey b. 1877 Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales
William Tracey bapt. 4 March 1877 Herbrandston, Pembrokeshire, Wales
William Tracy b. 1841 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
William Tracy b. 1845 Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Wm Tracy bapt. 11 January 1818 Stackpole Elidor, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Andrew Tracey married Mary Prichard/Pritchard Apr-May-Jun 1852 Presteigne, Radnorshire, Wales
Clara Tracey b. 1870 Rhayader, Radnorshire, Wales
Clara Tracey bapt. 7 December 1880 Llanyre, Radnorshire, Wales
William Andrew Tracy b. 1886 Rhayader, Radnorshire, Wales
Last update: 10 March 2017