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It may be presumed that the Traceys of:

 East Waterford are descended from the Uí Bairrche

 West Waterford are descended from the Uí Fidgeinti.

 

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The Traceys of Waterford can trace their history back to the beginning of historical records, as they are of the Uí Bairrche or Ui Fidegeinti. In Waterford, there is Treacy's Hill (Kilmacthomas), named after the Traceys.

 

1312 Waterford

Yet of please of the Crown and Delivery of gaol at the same

Walter Ohatherne and William Otrassy, charged that they on Trinity Sunday at the ninth hour, entered the Church at Holy Trinity, Waterford, and there broke a chest before the alter of St. John Baptist and out of said chest robbed a breviary worth two marks and a chalice worth 20s., come and say they are clerks and neither can nor ought to answer here. And thereupon come one Henry, commissary of Mathew, Bishop of Waterford, with letter patent of the bishop by which the bishop assigned Henry as his commissary, to demand all and singular clerks charged at please of the crown at this day before the judiciary and demand Walter and William in the bishops name to be delivered to him as clerks. And that it may be known why they ought to be delivered to the said commissary inquiry proceeds more fully into the truth of the premises by the underwritten jurors to wit, Jordan de Bristoll, Robert de Gloucestre, Robert Toukere, David Tayllour, Robert le Marischall, William le Tylere, Henry Goer, Walter Large, John son of Richard, Richard le Tayllour, Robert le Rede and Walter le Keu who say that Walter is not guilty therefore he is quit. They say that William is quilty therefore let him be delivered to the commissary to be kept in the bishops prison as are convicted under fitting penalty. He has no chattels.

Calandar of the Justiciary Rolls Ireland Vol I 1295-1303 p.391,394 Vol II 1305-7 p.280,349. HMSO 1914

 

October 1537

Item, the saide Jurye present that ther ar many other merchauntmen of the Citie of Waterford do use lyke grey merchauntes, whose names ensue, vizS Patrik Welche, Thomas Lumbard, Henry Welche, younger, Henry Welche, senr., Patryk Welche the younger, James Welche, Sherlok, Edward Shyrlok, Jamys Sherlok, junr., Richard Lombard, David Baylif, William Madan, Jamys Baylif, Morice Wyse, William Lyncoln, Mallage Tressey, goldesmyth. Piers Dobin, Denys Porsell, John Neyle, John Lee, Nicholas Lee, Robert Lee, and many other whose names they knowe not, and use also to forstall the marketes, and also regrated the same ; so that there is not unethes a hide to be boughte in no market ne elsewhere but at ther handes and at ther pleasure, ne wolle, vytalles, ne other thinges.

Hore, H.J. The Social State of the Southern and Eastern Counties of Ireland in the Sixteenth Century, 1870. [Online Book]

 

29/9/1601 Waterford p.88-9

The Mayor of Waterford and others to the English Privy Council

Relates the arrival of the Spaniards at Kinsale:- Pray send us help here. We have always been loyal and will do our best to defend this city with the last drop of our blood. Pray deliver to the bearer, Nicholas Luke, 300 pikes 50 halberts and two last of powder for provision and defence of the city, for which we pay Her Majesty Treasurer of War here.

Signed by Edward Geoghe, Mayor of Waterford, George Sherloke (county) Sheriff and Thomas Tracy Borough Sheriff

 

1705 “The Ouzel Galley Society”

Striding down the street came Captain Eoghan Massey of Waterford to take command of The Ouzel galley-his first command, for he had only recently been appointed to senior rank on the retirement of the aged and respected Captain Tracy…Captain Tracy had too much confidence in his old ship, in his former mate who now commanded her, and in her crew, to accept her loss as possible. He went out into the streets of Water ford and Dublin proclaiming his confidence. The underwriters, the insurers of the galley, were not slow to profit by the talkative ness of the garrulous captain. They claimed that he had constituted sufficient doubt to exempt them from paying compensation under this condition of uncertainty. The Law loomed large. But one Mr. 'Thompson, representative of the underwriters, more fearful of legal avarice than of parting with the more limited compensation, pleaded for arbitration. The parties agreed and a meeting was called. Six men representing the shippers and six the underwriters, with an independent chairman, met in solemn conclave. The case was heard before them. It proved a triumph for Messrs. Ferris, Twigg & Cash, for as a result of the judgment the insurance was paid in full. The experience of arbitration thus gained was to stand them good stead at a later and more important day…All these activities were to have their being under the title "The Ouzel Galley Society." This Society first saw the light in 1705, with Tracy*, as reward of loyalty, its first captain.

*The names of the first two Captains of the Society are ascertained from W. H. G. Kingston who states in his preface that the log was owned by Captain Massey whose greatgrandfather had been in the mercantile service. It was then ascertained that this was the actual Massey spoken of in his book as captain of the galley. If his name is correct then it maybe considered as fairly certain that Captain Tracy's name is also correct. It may be well to note that the names Tracy and Massey were unlikely names for an English writer to have given to two Irish seamen if they were not those of actual people.

The Ouzel Galley, Old Dublin Society, Special Issue Vol.3, no.2, p. 9,11,20

The Missing Ship or The Log of the "Ouzel" Galley: William Henry Giles Kingston (1814-1880) [Online Book]

 

1749 Secretaries of State: State Papers Foreign, France SP 78

Petition for release of Susanna Tracy. Received from the Bishop of Waterford July 12/23.

 

1778-1790 Catholic Qualification Rolls

Michael Treacy, farmer, Ballinapark [Ballynaparka] Co Waterford, 11 March 1779 Munster Circuit Clonmel assises

Thomas Treacy, farmer, Ballinapark [Ballynaparka] Co Waterford, 11 March 1779 Munster Circuit Clonmel assises

William Treacy, farmer, Ballinapark [Ballynaparka] Co Waterford, 11 March 1779 Munster Circuit Clonmel assises

 

25 Jan 1785 Saunders News-Letter

Married...Edmund Dunn of Dungarvan, Esq, to Miss Mary Tracy, of Clobrack [Clonbrock? Galway]

 

17 July, 1786.

Admon of last to Johanna Reyley, 0rs renouncing. Will of Leonard Parker, Killwiney. To Revd James Kesting £l 2s. 9d. immedy after my decease. To wife £15 yearly on K.yiney Nephew, Nicholas parker, shopkeeper Tallow, son to my bror John parker, Lismore, taylor; wife also grass & keep of 1 cow, wet & dry, & acre of K.winey-to be seeded, tilled & brought home to her by nephews Leonard & William Parker of Lismore. Nephew Nicholas Parker, Upr Tircullen, son of my b r o F ~ o b ~ Parker, decd, £1 yrly. during term of K.winey lease in Charitable uses as Revd James Keating & nephew Nichs P. direct. Execrs Geo. Drew, Tallow, Esq., Geo. Botes, Mount Prospect, Co. Cork, Esq. Prest Wm Long, Danl Treassy, Wm Evans

 

16th March [1791]. Petition of John Hobson, Esq; complaining of an undue election and return for the borough of Tallagh in the county of Waterford…Capt. John Towell, John Courtney, Esq and Daniel Tracey, appeared to the said committee… Capt. John Towell and John Courtney having disobeyed the said summons…Daniel Tracey attended for several days…absented himself…Daniel Tracey, publican, of Tallagh…severally guilty of a gross contempt of the privileges of this House…

31st March…had surrendered themselves into the custody of the Serjeant at arms…Ordered…be discharged from the custody of the Serjeant at arms attending this house, paying their fees.

Votes of the House of Commons, in the Second Session of the fifth Parliament of Ireland, in the reign of his present Majesty. [1791].

 

Reward For The Apprehension Of Those Deemed Guilty Of Contempt Of Parliament In Respect Of Tallow Borough, County Waterford, Election Petition 17 March 1791

By The Lord Lieutenant And Council Of Ireland, A Proclamation

Westmorland

Whereas the chairman of the select committee, appointed by the House of Commons to try and determine the merits of the petition of John Hobson, esq., complaining of an undue election and return for the borough of Tallagh, in the county of Waterford, informed the House of Commons, that the said committee had directed him to report to the said house, that Captain John Towell, John Courtney, esq., and Daniel Tracy, publican of Tallagh, appeared to the said committee to have been duly summoned to attend and give evidence before the said committee, on the part of the petitioner. That the said Captain John Towell, and John Courtney, having disobeyed the said summons, were by the house severally ordered into the custody of the sergeant at arms. That it appeared to the said committee, that the said Daniel Tracy attended for several days among the witnesses who were summoned to give evidence before the said committee; but the said Daniel Tracy, without the permission of the said committee, and without submitting to be examined, absented himself, and was for such, his misconduct, ordered by the house into the custody of the sergeant at arms. That the committee have reason to believe the said John Towell, John Courtney, and Daniel Tracy, could give material evidence on the matter of the said petition to them referred, and that they have wilfully absented themselves; and the said committee therefore directed him to report the said matter specially to the house, for the interposition of its authority to enforce the attendance of the said Towell, Courtney, and Tracy.

And whereas it was, on the 16th day of March instant, resolved by the House of Commons, that the said Captain John Towell, John Courtney, esq., and Daniel Tracy, have been severally guilty of a gross contempt of the privileges of the house.

And whereas an humble address hath been presented to us by the knights, citizens, and burgesses in parliament assembled, that we would be graciously pleased to issue our proclamation for apprehending the said Captain John Towell, John Courtney, esq., and Daniel Tracy, with a promise of reward for the same:

Now we, the Lord Lieutenant and Council, have thought fit to issue this our proclamation, hereby requiring and commanding all persons whatsoever, to discover and apprehend, or cause the said Captain John Towell, John Courtney, esq., and Daniel Tracy, to be discovered and apprehended, and carry them before some of our justices of the peace, or chief magistrates of the county, town or place, where they shall be apprehended, who are respectively required to secure the said John Towell, John Courtney, and Daniel Tracy, so apprehended, and thereof to give speedy notice to the right honourable the Speaker of the House of Commons, the serjeant at arms attending the said house, and to the clerk at the Council, to the end they may be forthcoming, to be dealt withall and proceeded against according to law. And for the prevention of the escape of the said John Towell, John Courtney, and Daniel Tracy, into parts beyond the seas, we do require and command all officers of the customs, and other officers and subjects of and in the respective ports and maritime towns and places within the kingdom of Ireland, that they, and every of them, in their respective places and stations within the said kingdom, be careful and diligent in the examination of all persons that shall pass, or endeavour to pass beyond the seas; and if they shall discover the said John Towell, John Courtney, and Daniel Tracy, then to cause them to be apprehended and secured, and to give notice thereof as aforesaid.

And we do hereby strictly charge and command all persons, as they will answer the contrary at their perils, that they do not anyways conceal, but do discover them the said John Towell, John Courtney, and Daniel Tracy, to the end they may be secured. And for the encouragement of all persons to be diligent and careful in endeavouring to discover and apprehend the said John Towell, John Courtney, and Daniel Tracy, we do hereby further declare, that whosoever shall discover and apprehend them, the said John Towell, John Courtney, and Daniel Tracy, or any of them, and shall bring them before some justice of the peace or chief magistrate as aforesaid, shall have and receive as a reward for the discovery, apprehending, and bringing them the said John Towell, John Courtney, and Daniel Tracy, before such justice of the peace or chief magistrate as aforesaid, the sum of one hundred pounds sterling.

Given at the Council chamber in Dublin, the 17th day of March 1791.

 

The election returns for the borough of Tallow (Tallagh), county Waterford, were contested on eight occasions in all between 1713 and 1790 because the dukes of Devonshire, who were purportedly the ‘commanding influence’, were unable to maintain their ascendancy in the borough. In 1790, in response to John Hobson’s challenge to the return of John Egan, the House of Commons ordered a new election in which Egan (who ran contrary of the duke’s interest) was successfully returned: HIP, ii, 344–5.

John Towell, John Courtney, and Daniel Tracy were deemed guilty of ‘gross contempt’ by the House of Commons arising out of the inquiry into the contested election petition in respect of the borough of Tallagh, because, in the case of Towell and Courtney, they not only failed to respond to the summons to attend to give evidence to the committee appointed to determine the petition, but also evaded the efforts of the serjeant at arms ‘to capture them’. Daniel Tracy, who attended the committee hearings for several days before absenting himself without permission, likewise evaded the serjeant at arms: Commons Journal, xiv. 389.

Kelly, James & Lyons, Mary Ann (2014) The Proclamations Of Ireland 1660–1820. Volume 5. Irish Manuscripts Commission, Dublin

 

24 September 1791 (F) Married

In Waterford, Mr. John Tracy, to Miss Mary Proudfoot, daughter to Mr. Thomas Proudfoot, of Parliament-street.

 

1796 Thomas Treasy, Ballinaparky, Parish of Agliss, Co. Waterford. (Will)

 

24 February 1796 The Times (London) & 27 February 1796 Caledonian Mercury

Lloyd's List Feb 23...The Tracey, Sinnett, from Waterford, are lost near Wexford. The cargoes expected to be saved...

 

[1798] Register of deaths of Irish residents in Cadiz

Diego Trecy, Thomatown, Waterford [Thomastown Kilkenny?], son of Juan Trecy and Ana O’Donovan, age 72, bachelor, 1798.

Samuel Fannin,BA,DipEd. Spanish Archives of Primary Source Material for the Irish. http://www.irishancestors.ie/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Fannin-Spanish-Archives-of-Primary-Source-Material.pdf

 

Ship Polly, Waterford to Philadelphia, November 16th 1805

Thomas Tracy, no baggage

 

Bristish War Office

John Tracey, Cpl  b. 1775 Dublin. Waterford Militia and Nova Scotia Fensibles.Labourer.12 yrs service Chelsea on 30th Oct 1816 WO116/23

 

[1819] October 25, 1854 (FJ) Incumbered Estates [see Declan Treacy of Waterford and Youghal Cork]

In the Matter of John Walsh and Thomas Lalor v. the Estate of Anne Power, continued in the name of Edmond Power...lands of Scartlea, Upper Third, Waterford; Richardstown, Iffa and Offa East, Tipperary...Judgement obtained by Deaglin Treacy, in the Court of Queen's Bench, as of Easter Term, 1819, against Richard Power, jun, for the penal sum of £500.

 

1821 Census Extract County of Waterford

Townland and Parish of Faithlegg

Power, Nicholas, 34, 4 story house

Margaret, 21, wife,

Margaret, 2,

Kate, 1,

Maturn (?), Margaret, 20, cousin-in-law

Tracy, Steward

Butler, Coachman, Gardner

 

27 Apr 1822 Mortgage & 12 Dec 1840 Deed

(a) 27 Apr 1822 B lent E&F £8,000 secured against land in Upperthird barony, Waterford (Coolnamuck, Barnagihy, Sheskin & Carrickbeg) and Iffa & Offa barony, Tipperary (Figlash, Mainstown, Clogastilly, Mucknerymore, Mucknerybegg & Rathclarish), (b) 27 Apr 1825 D was appointed mortgage trustee, and H now pays A (as exec of B) £2,000 for that share as co-mortgagee

Grice Blakeney Smyth of Templemichael, Waterford Rev., admin B Rowland Smyth of Castlewidenham, Cork Will 25 Apr 1825, DSP 1836 Richard Smyth of Ballinatray, Waterford Esq., eldest brother/heir B Richard Butler Hamilton II Lowe of Kenilworth, Tipperary Esq,, trustee Charles William Wall of Coolnamuck, Waterford Esq, James William Wall of Coolnamuck, Waterford Esq,, eldest son/heir E Charles William John Wall of Coolnamuck, Waterford Esq, Martin Cormack of Ennisnag, Kilkenny Esq, John Clancy of City of Dublin Esq, James Shannan  Richard Power of Upperthird Barony, Waterford Head Tenant Witness: Thomas Tracey of Coolnamuck, Waterford Carpenter & Michael Walsh of Carrick on Suir, Tipperary Baker. George Christian of Carrick on Suir, Tipperary Commissioner Oaths 26 Jan 1841

 

Michael Tracey, from Waterford, settled in Kilbride about 1825 (MUN Folklore).

Sheila M. P. Lynch, E. R. Seary (1998) Family Names of the Island of Newfoundland. Mc Gill-Queen's Press.

 

 

1820s-1830s Tithe Records

Alphabetical

 By Area

 

Deglan Treacy, Bishops-Grove [?], Ardmore, Waterford, 1827

Deighlin Tracey, Kilgabriel, Kinsalebeg, Waterford, 1833

Deighlin Tracey, Pilltown, Kinsalebeg, Waterford, 1833

 

John Heasy [Treasy?], Coolishal [Coolishal], Czoumgloun, Lismore and Mocollop, Waterford, Cork, [Waterford] 1825

John Tracey, Coolrae [Coolroe], Clonagam, Waterford, 1827 [dead in pencil]

John Tracey, Coolroe, Clonagam, Waterford, 1827

John Tracy, Commons [?], Templemichael, Waterford, 1830

John Treacy, Ballingowan East, Aglish, Waterford, 1830

 

Marce Tracy, Shannacoole [Shanacoole], Clashmore, Waterford, 1834

Mary Freasey [Treasey], Ballingown, Aglish, Waterford, 1830

Mauce [Maur] Tracy, Killwatermoy, Kilwatermoy, Mayo, [Waterford]

Michael Tracy, Shanballagh [Shanbally], Lismore and Mocollop, Waterford, Cork, [Waterford] 1825

Michl Tracy, Shanballagh [Monroe – Monvore?], Lismore and Mocollop, Waterford, Cork, [Waterford] 1825

Micl [Tracey & Partner, Coolroe, Clonagam, Waterford, 1827]

 

Patrick Tracey, Ballynakill, Ballynakill, Waterford, 1834

Patrick Tracey, Ballynakill, Ballynakill, Waterford, 1834

Patrick, Juasy [Treasy, labourer] Ballynakill, Ballynakill, Waterford, 1834 [1828-1832]

Patt Thracy, Currahaly[?], Kilmoleran, Waterford,

 

Thomas Fracy [Tracy], Shannacoole [Shanacoole], Clashmore, Waterford, 1834

Thomas Tracy, Knockaderry, Newcastle, Waterford,

Thomas Tracy, Woodstown, Islandikane, Mayo, [Waterford]

Thomas Treacey, West Island [?], Stradbally, Waterford, 1834

Thos Tracy, Tinnock [Tiknock], Clashmore, Waterford, 1834

 

William Tracy, Waterford, St Johns Without, Waterford, 1835

 

 

Mary Freasey [Treasey], Ballingown, Aglish, Waterford, 1830

John Treacy, Ballingowan East, Aglish, Waterford, 1830

 

Deglan Treacy, Bishops-Grove [?], Ardmore, Waterford, 1827

 

Patrick Tracey, Ballynakill, Ballynakill, Waterford, 1834

Patrick Tracey, Ballynakill, Ballynakill, Waterford, 1834

Patrick, Juasy [Treasy, labourer] Ballynakill, Ballynakill, Waterford, 1834 [1828-1832]

 

Marce Tracy, Shannacoole [Shanacoole], Clashmore, Waterford, 1834

Thomas Fracy [Tracy], Shannacoole [Shanacoole], Clashmore, Waterford, 1834

Thos Tracy, Tinnock [Tiknock], Clashmore, Waterford, 1834

 

John Tracey, Coolrae [Coolroe], Clonagam, Waterford, 1827 [dead in pencil]

John Tracey, Coolroe, Clonagam, Waterford, 1827

Micl [Tracey & Partner, Coolroe, Clonagam, Waterford, 1827]

 

Thomas Tracy, Woodstown, Islandikane, Mayo, [Waterford]

 

Patt Thracy, Currahaly[?], Kilmoleran, Waterford,

 

Mauce [Maur] Tracy, Killwatermoy, Kilwatermoy, Mayo, [Waterford]

 

Deighlin Tracey, Kilgabriel, Kinsalebeg, Waterford, 1833

Deighlin Tracey, Pilltown, Kinsalebeg, Waterford, 1833

 

John Heasy [Treasy?], Coolishal [Coolishal], Czoumgloun, Lismore and Mocollop, Waterford, Cork, [Waterford] 1825

Michael Tracy, Shanballagh [Shanbally], Lismore and Mocollop, Waterford, Cork, [Waterford] 1825

Michl Tracy, Shanballagh [Monroe – Monvore?], Lismore and Mocollop, Waterford, Cork, [Waterford] 1825

 

Thomas Tracy, Knockaderry, Newcastle, Waterford,

 

William Tracy, Waterford, St Johns Without, Waterford, 1835

 

Thomas Treacey, West Island [?], Stradbally, Waterford, 1834

 

John Tracy, Commons [?], Templemichael, Waterford, 1830

 

1836 (582) Tithe suits (Ireland.)

26 May 1835

Rev. John Burke Wallace, plaintiff, Deglan Treacy, defendant [Declan?]

Hon and Rev. George Theobald Burke, plaintiff, Teglan Treacy defendant [Declan?]

1831 Tithe Defaulter

John Tracy, Farmer, Coolroe, Clonagam, Co. Waterford.

Michael Tracy, Ballynacourty, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford.

 

1828-1869

14. Margaret Keily, Lyrattin, Lickoran, Waterford, [or Shanacoole Waterford], £11 rent, 22a/1r/0p, Tenant under lease dated the 20th day of October 1828, from Peter Bayler, jun, to Thomas Tracey, for the life and lives of John Tracey, Thomas Tracey, and Michael Tracey, sons of lessee and the survivor of them, or for the term of fourty three years, concurrent from the 28th day of March 1828. John Tracey, one of the lives mentioned is dead, the other two, Thomas and michael, still survive, and are aged respectively 43 and 40 years or thereabouts.

 

Bytown on 5 February 1829 - The McCabe List: Early Irish in the Ottawa Valley

(127) Patrick Treacy Waterford Portlawn (Coobro?) -/-/- [indicates no family recorded] [Portlaw???]

Patrick Treacy has no family; but he has a brother Michael with a family residing at Port-lawn in the Parish of Portlawn, he is known to Captain Meddlecut

(137) Dennis Tracey (X) Kilkenny Tibrone (Tibrone?) -/-/- [Tullarone???]

His father John, residing with a family in the same county and town from whence Dennis came; they are known to Captain St. George of Freshford

http://ied.dippam.ac.uk/records/22293.transcript

 

British Civil Service Evidence Of Age

John Tracy/Treacy, born 1841 Carrick-On-Suir Waterford Ireland

John Tracy, born 1829 Cappoquin Waterford Ireland

Civil Service Evidence of Age: John Tracy, born 2 Nov 1829, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford.

Society of Genealogists ref: 47781 059.
Civil Service Evidence of Age: John Treacy, born 24 July 1829. Birth place not given. brother Francis Treacy.

Society of Genealogists ref: 25175 036 

 

Michael Treasy, 1831, Waterford & Lismore Diocese will. Exec: John Mullowny, Ballinaparke, (Ballynaparka, Co. Waterford?). IWR/1831/F/104.

 

 

Registered 1832 to 1840 Rent & Valuation of £10 County Electors, Waterford

Thomas Tracy, Nov 5 1832, house & lands, Knockaderry Newcastle Waterford Union, 18a/2r/21p, rate £17/4/0, registered in 1832 and not since.

Thomas Tracy, Oct 16 1832, house & lands, Graigshoneen Ballylaneen Dungarvan Union, 8a/0r/0p, rate £5/0/0, registered in 1832 and not since.

Thomas Tracy, Oct 24 1840, house & lands, Ballinaparka Aglish Dungarvan Union, 20a/0r/3p, rate £25/15/0

 

1835-1857 Merchant Navy Seamen

Deglane [Declan?] Tracey, b. [Waterford?]

James Tracey, b. 1840 Waterford Waterford

John Tracey, b. Cheekpoint Waterford

John Tracey, b. Waterford Waterford

John Tracy, b. 1827 Cheekpoint Waterford

John Tracy, b. Cheekpoint Waterford

John Treacy, b. 1825 Waterford Waterford

Michael Tracey, b. 1836 Dungarvan Waterford

Nicholas Tracey, b. 1792 Dungarvan Waterford

Nicholas Tracey, b. Dungarvan Waterford

Peter Tracey, b. 1826 Waterford

Peter Tracy, b. Ballytnickle [Ballytruckle Waterford Waterford]

Thomas Tracey, b. 1811 Waterford Waterford

Thomas Tracey, b. 1835 Dungarvan Waterford

Thomas Tracy, b. 1833 Cheekpoint Waterford

Thomas Tracy, b. Portlow [Portlaw Waterford]

Thomas Treacey, b. Cheekpoint Waterford

Thomas Treacy, b. 1832 Waterford Waterford

Thomas Treacy, b. 1833 Waterford Waterford

1866 Merchant Navy

John Tracy, 55, b. 1811 Waterford, served Dec 1866 on Alma, previous T.S. Reefs Cardiff, mate

 

Thomas Tracy, Waterford – matriculated 11/9/1837 (Students of Maynooth) [see Declan Treacy of Waterford and Youghal Cork]

Royal College of Maynooth

Thomas Tracey, 25 years, appointed by Right Rev. Dr. Foran his ordinary, entered 1837 for 7 years, Waterford Diocese

 

30 September 1837 (FJ) The Catholic Church (Waterford Chronicle) [see Declan Treacy of Waterford and Youghal Cork]

The Right Rev. Doctor Foran, held an ordination in the chapel of St. John, Bowling-green-lane...Minor Orders...Patrick Tracy...

 

1837 Waterford - Wesleyan Methodist Preacher

Richard Taylor Tracey (see Richard Taylor Tracey)

1839 T. Shearman The New Commercial Directory For The Cities Of Waterford And Kilkenny, Towns Of Clonmel, Carrick-on-suir, New Ross And Carlow

Rev Richard T Tracy, Wesley Chapel, Parade Quay, Waterford. Nobility/gentry/clergy

 

2 August 1838 (FJ)

The cot-men, in large numbers went down the river on Monday Morning, for the purpose of destroying the few remaining weirs there at present. They succeeded, without receiving any interruption, in cutting down a weir belonging to a Mr. Tracey, at Cheek Point. - Waterford Chronicle

 

31 May 1839 (FJ) The Catholic Church

The Right Rev. Dr. Foran, Bishop of Waterford has conferred Deacon's orders on...Tracey...The Rev. Messrs...Tracey subsequently received Priest's orders.

 

MISSING ADVERTISMENTS NORTH AMERICA

Name of Missing

Home county

Arrival

AD Date

SEEKER

Honora Treacy (Si Bridget)

Leamy Brien, Kilrossanty, Waterford

Quebec 1843

Ottawa(Bytown), ONT

Frankfort Co., KY

2/3/1850

Sylvester Treacy (brother), 4 Bleeker St, Albany, NY

Ellen Tracy

Tallow/Tallagh, Waterford

Cork 5/1850

New York City

19/10/1850

Patrick Ryan (friend) 11 Hamilton St, Boston, MA

Michael Tracy

Portlaw, Clonagam, Waterford

Little Falls, Herkimer Co, NY

2/3/1839

Patrick Tracy (father)

Contact: Rev JD Brady, Salem MA

2 March 1839 Boston Pilot

Of Michael Tracy, son of Patrick Tracy, a native of the parish of Partlaw, County Waterford, - when last heard from he was working in Little Falls, Herkimer County, State of New York. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his parents and brother, John Tracy, by a letter directed to them in care of Rev. J. D. Brady, Salem, Ms. Will the New York Truth Teller give the above an insertion, and oblige a subscriber.

1850 Boston Pilot

Of Bridget and Honora Treacy, natives of co. Waterford, parish Kilrosseuty [Kilrossanty], townland of Leamy Brien [Lemybrien, Stradbally]. The former was married to Stephen Murphy, blacksmith, of Glynnpatrick, who sailed from Liverpool to the United States in 1836 or 7. His wife, Bridget, left Ireland 2 or 3 years after in the barque Dispatch, of Waterford. Honora emigrated in the same vessel to Quebec in 1843. They met in Bytown, Upper Canada. It is supposed they are living at present in Frankfort County, Kentucky. Any information respecting them will be thankfully received by their brother, Sylvester Treacy, No. 4 Bleeker street, Albany, N. Y.

1850 Boston Pilot

Of Ellen Tracy, of Tallagh [Tallow], co. Waterford, who sailed from the Cove of Cork 3rd of May last and landed in New York - supposed to be in the city of N. York. Any information respecting her will be thankfully received by Patrick Ryan (late of County Waterford Police). Direct to Patrick Ryan, No. 11 Hamilton street, Boston, Ms.

 

October 6, 1840 (FJ) The Catholic church [see Declan Treacy of Waterford and Youghal Cork]

On Thursday, the 24th ult...received into the convent of St. Joseph, at Tallow, Miss Bridget Tracey, daughter of Declan Tracey, Esq., of Piltown, in this county...-Waterford Chron.

29 Sep 1841 (CE) Catholic Intelligence

Miss Tracy, daughter of a Mr. Declan Tracy, and sister of the Rev. P. Tracy, curate of Ballybricken, in this city, was professed in the convent of Tallow.

September 30, 1841 (FJ)

On Saturday morning last, Miss Tracy, daughter of Mr. Declan Tracy, and sister of the Rev. P. Tracy, curate of Ballybricken, in this city, was professed a nun in the Convent of Tullow. The solemn ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. Condon, attended by several clergymen, and was witnessed by a respectable attendance of the lady's own friends, and many who were invited from the town and vicinity. Every part of the sacred service was truly imposing, and the music and singing very select. - Waterford Chronicle.

The Convent of St. Joseph's, Tallow…About the year 1877, and for some years before this period, there were but few of the religious able to attend school. Death deprived the community of three or four members in little more than the space of a year. As might be expected, with such little help in school, the children were not up to the standard required by the results' programme, which came into operation in or about this time. The Mother Prioress who had charge of the community at this period was M. Clare Treacy (sister to the three Fathers Treacy, late of this diocese), a person of great prudence and foresight ; she wisely determined on seeking subjects more capable of school work. After fervent prayer she succeeded in a short time in getting postulants who were both classified teachers and most desirous of entering the Carmelite Order. These good sisters in a short time by their zeal and diligence worked up the school and raised the classes to the requirements of the programme. 

N. Harvey (1912) Parochial history of Waterford and Lismore during the 18th and 19th centuries.

 

William Tracey, born: Aylish, Capperguin, Waterford; Age at attestation: 23; Attested: Woolwich; Joined in: 1841; Discharge reason: Paid £20; Discharge year: 1847.

UK Archives ADM 157/832  

 

February 4, 1842 (FJ)

On Wednesday last a man was killed at Piltown, near Youghal, by the falling of a ton slate upon his head. His name was Kelly, a father of seven children, a labouring man in the employment of Mr. Declan Tracy.

 

March 25, 1842 (FJ) Waterford Repeal Association

...the Rev. Mr. Tracy, R.C.C. of Butlerstown...

 

9 September 1843 Holograph letter from George D Fottrell, 54 Old Dominick Item Street, Dublin to (Dr. Cullen, Irish College Rome.) Fottrell has asked Rev. Christopher Burke of the Metropolitan who is travelling to Rome to pass on this letter. He has received £31 from Rev. P Tracy for his brother John who is a student of the college. [Presumed Rev Patrick Tracy of Waterford]

Pre-Cullen Series Irish College Rome

 

7 October 1843 (N) Repeal Association

...Lismore...Clashmore, per D. Tracy, Esq., 10l. 12s....

4 November 1843 (N) Repeal Association

...Rev. Patrick Tracey, P.P. Ballybricken, Waterford...Piltown, Kilkenny, per Mr. D. Tracy £2/3/6...

July 19, 1844 (FJ) Repeal

Clashmore and Piltown, Waterford...D. Tracy, Esq.

20 July 1844 (N) Repeal Association

Clashmore and Piltown, Waterford...Doolan [Declan] Tracy, Esq.

15 March 1845 (N) O'Connell Tribute

Clashmore and Piltown, county Waterford...Piltown...D. Tracy, Esq., 1l...

6 December 1845 (N)

Clashmore and Pilltown, Co. Waterford...Declan Treacy, Esq., 1l...

 

1843 Summer, 1844 Spring & Summer Assizes Waterford

Patrick Treacy found quilty of erecting an illegal weir at Faithlegg. Nets up and fishing. 1844 Convicted.

Patrick Treacy, stake weir at Cheek Point. Nets up and fishing. Convicted before.

Patrick Treacy, Stake weir at Dunbrody. Convicted before. and Mr. Haughten submitted.

Patrick Tracey, illegally fishing at Kilmanock Weir (under Mr. Haughton), June 1843, Convicted, did not appeal

April 3, 1844 (FJ) Demolition of Fishing Weirs [Waterford]

...cleared a weir above Cheekpoint, belonging to Tracy...-Waterford Mail

8 June 1844 Wexford Conservative

The next case was against John Lynch for erecting a stake weir at Kilmanock. Mr. Haughton (one of the magistrates) said - I will retiure from the bench, as I am in some degree concerned in this case, and i beg to state, in reference to this weir, that I was applied to by a Mr. tracey to let him the site for erecting the weir, which I declined believing it illegal to erect a weir there. Since the war-steamer came into the river, Tracey again called on me, and stated that as the other stake weirs were fishing under the protection of the war steamer, he considered they were legal and, as I conceived the same, I let him the site on which the weir has been erected. However, as I was led in error to believe the government sent the steamer to protect the weirs, I think I may undertake that Tracey's weir shall be removed...

1 March 1845 Wexford Independent

Wexford Spring Assizes...Illegal Weirs...Dunbroady...Patrick Tracey and John Lynch similarly indicted, were called upon to enter into recognizances of a like nature [not to erect weirs] Tracy not being present, the case was ordered to stand over till the next day.

November 3, 1845 Passage County Waterford

James Redmond Barry, Esq., presiding

Present—Captain Bolton, R.N.; Captain Clarke, R.N.; Nicholas A. Power, Esq., Belleview; Lieutenant Colston, R.N.; L. Lambert, Esq.; Mr. Gillespie, " Viper" Cutter; Messrs. Tracy, O'Neill, and Cox. The attendance of the Fishermen interested in the Salmon and White Sea Fisheries was numerous.

…Patrick Tracy, claimant.

George Elliott, sworn.—Knows the weir in question, which is the joint property of Patrick Tracy and Thomas Whelan. It is an ebb weir, and has been continually fished for Sprats, to his knowledge, these thirty-seven years; that is as long as he knows Passage. Mr. Power, of Faithlegg, is paid £4 a year for it.

In reply to Mr. Barry, Thomas Whelan stated, that he had a lease of this weir, but it was now expired. He had been fishing it himself these twenty-seven years, and his father had it forty years before him. It was to Mr. Bolton's father that his father paid rent for it. Tracy, his partner, is joined with him about three years; it it is an ebb weir, and situate at Checkpoint…

1849 Report from the Select Committee on Fisheries

3 June 1846 Mr. Marry's report on the Weirs illegally erected in River Suir

...Mr. Houghan professed to be convinced of the impropriety of the proceeding, adsmitted that he had given a full assent to the construction of a head weir, by a person of the name of Patrick Tracy, of Cheek Point, and that the present weir was, as he supposed, erected by John Lynch, a servant of Tracy...

No.6 The Weir at Kilmannock was removed under an order from the magistrates of the county of Wexford, in 1844; case having been tried at summer assizes of that year, and Patrick Tracy and John Lynch both convicted.

"I may shortly conclude this report by saving that the judgement of the magistrates in the cases of Patrick Treacey, Catherine Walsh, Andrew Doherty and Patrick Meade, turn on the same point [ancient timber tide weir verse iron weir] save the facts in favour of their weirs are much stronger than in Mr. Power's, inasmuch as they can show a continuous erection in eveery year from about the year 1811 to the year 1842, in the form of a stake weir; and that the illegality of those weirs (save that of Catherine Walsh) must turn on the fact whether the convictions at the asssizes of Waterford in 1844 will not render them equally illegal with the rest."

http://www.eppi.ac.uk/eppi/digbib/view?did=c1:136283&p=728&sdid=c1:137011

 

20 July 1844 (N) Waterford Assizes

...guilty of committing a violent assult...on the person of Ellen Tracy, at Ballymoate...

 

16 November 1844 & 1849 (N) Waterford

...Rev. Patrick Tracy, Trinity Without, Waterford...

4 January 1845 (N) O'Connell Tribute

Parish of Butlerstown [Waterford] - Rev. Mr. Tracey, R.C.C...

25 October 1845 (N) Loyal National Repeal Association

Trinity Without, Waterford, per Rev. P. Tracey

3 February 1851 Cork Examiner

... Patrick Tracey, C.C., Trinity Without, been removed to Modrligo.

February 7, 1851 (FJ)

The Rev Patrick Tracey, CC, Trinity Without has been removed to Modeligo - Waterford News

 

1844

Others came out openly in favour of some form of state-assisted colonization from Ireland. Rev. Patrick Tracey, a co. Waterford priest, made his position quite clear: 'I consider it my duty to recommend what . . . would ameliorate the condition of the poor man, and I consider that emigration would be a mode of doing it'.' Similar attitudes were not uncommon during the famine. While it is rather strange that only those who did in fact support emigration were asked directly for their views upon it, this divergence of opinion may have fairly reflected that amongst the clergy as a whole.

MacDonagh, Oliver (1947) The Irish Catholic Clergy and Emigration during the Great Famine. Irish Historical Studies, Vol. 5, No. 20 (Sep., 1947), pp. 287-302

1845 Law and practice in respect to the occupation of land in Ireland

Waterford list of Witnesses

Rev. Patrick Trac(e)y curate of Trinity Without and Butlerstown, evidence on Kinsale Beg near Youghal 9th October 1844

1845 Report from Her Majesty's Commissioners...Occupation of Land in Ireland

The Reverend Patrick Tracey, sworn and examined

1. Are you a parish priest ?—I am coadjutor curate to the Rev. Martin Flynn, who was examined here today, the parish priest of Trinity Without and Butlerstown. [full text]

February 23, 1846 (FJ)

Rev. Mr. Tracy, R.C. priest of Ballybricken, Waterford has been presented by his friends with a gold watch, chain and seal, for having restored accord among the agitating Repealers of that locality.

28 February 1846 Wexford Independent

Rev. Mr. Tracy. R.C. Priest of ballybricken, Waterford, has bneen presented by his friends with a gold watch, chain, and seal, for having restored concord among the Repealers of that locality.

 

15th November 1845 The Tablet

...The LIBERATOR...I call from this spot on the Repeal Wardens of Waterford, to apologise in as strong terms as they can to the Rev. Mr. Tracy...

22nd November 1845 The Tablet

WATERFORD. The LIBERATOR—I wish first to call the attention of the Association to a document received from Waterford to-day. "At a meeting of the Waterford committee of the Loyal National Repeal Association, held at the Town Hall, on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 1845—Mr. William Duggan in the chair. "Moved by Mr. James Delahunty, and seconded by Mr. William Sullivan, and passed unanimously :—That we withdraw and retract the expression ' unmindful of his country,' as applied to the Rev. Mr. Tracy, in the resolutions adopted by us on the 2nd of October last, and we also deem it right to state, that in its adoption we did not intend or wish to interfere with the authority of his ecclesiastical superiors. (Signed), "JAMES DELAHUNTY, Repeal Superintendent."

 

18 July 1846 (N) John Jack v. Patrick Rourke

John Jack, leasee of the Earl and Countess of Huntingdon...It was an action of ejectment on the title, brought to recover possession of the lands of Kilgabriel, now in possession of Declan Tracy and his sub-tenant...His Lordship...the jury had a right to satisfy themselves that a notice was given to each of the parts for the entire farm, and that Rourkle was the under-tenant of Mr. Tracy...The jury returned a verdict for the defendant, with 6d. costs.

22 Jul 1846 (CE) County Waterford Assizes

...Declan Tracy and his sub-tenants. The declaration contains two demises, one in the name of the Earl of Huntingdon and the second of both the Countess and Earl of Huntingdon. Both date the Ist of April, 1846...

...Tracey, and who, during a portion of that time paid rent for the whole of those lands, and receipts had been given to Tracey as representing the others. Notice to quit was served on the 24th of September. That was served on Tracey, and also on ...

 

1846 Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory of Ireland

Luke Tracy, Main Street, Lismore. Butcher/Nail Maker

Michael Treacy, Grattan Street & Batchelor’s Quay, Youghal. Corn & Coal Merchant

Patrick Tracey (rev), clergy, Airmount.

Patrick Tracy (rev), curate, Mayor's Walk Waterford. Curate Trinity Without, Airmount.

Thomas Treacy, North Main St. Youghal. Public House

 

1846 Roman Catholic Diocese Of Waterford & Lismore

Parish Trinity without or Ballybricken, Bishop Flynn, M., Curate Tracy, Patrick, Post town Waterford

 

1846 Charitable Donations and Bequests (Ireland)

Mary Malone, of the Mayor's Walk, City of Waterford:

To Rev. Patrick Tracy, to be distributed amongst the poor of the parish of Trinity in said city.

Parliamentary Papers, Great Britain Parliament. House of Commons

 

1846

In the valuation of 1846, James Tracy had a house and Maurice Tracy had a house at Glenpatrick [Rathgormuck waterford]

 

15th July 1848 The Tablet

More Arrests...At half-past six o'clock, Mr. Meagher, accompanied by the Rev. Mr. Tracey, preceded by a large posse of constables and a troop of the 4th Light Dragoons, and followed by two companies of the 7th Fusiliers, the officers mounted, proceeded along the quays of Waterford, sur • rounded by a dense and threatening crow', until they came to the bridge, which had been by that time barricaded with piles of timber...

18th July 1848 The North Wales Chronicle and Advertiser for the Principality

Attempted rescue of Mr. Meagher. The following particulars of the circumstances attending Mr. Meagher's arrest are given in the Pilot...At half-past six o'clock, Mr. Meagher, accompanied by the Rev. T. Tracey, preceded by a large posse of constables and a troop of the 1th Dragoons, and followed by two companies of the 7th Fusiliers-the officers mounted -proceeded along the quays of Waterford, surrounded by a dense and threatening crowd, until they came to the bridge, which had been by that time barricaded with piles of timber...There would have been a dreadful scene of disaster had it not been for the exhortations of Mr. Meagher himself, with those of the Rev. Mr. Tracey. To these the people at length assented reluctantly, pulled down the bairicade, the traces were mended, and the party proceeded to Hallyhale, where they met the Dublin mail, and Mr. Meagher, Capt. Gunn, Constabulary inSpector, acconipanied by a few police, Who arrived with carbines, and 60 rounds of cartridges each proceeded to Dublin.

By John Walsh, of Cappoquin, Waterford. First printed in the Christmas number of the ‘Waterford Citizen’, 1869, over the signature ‘A Cappoquin Girl’.

Shaun O’Dwyer A Glanna

March 1886 Donahoe's Magazine, Boston

The Rev. Patrick Tracy, of the diocese of Waterford, Ireland, died recently, aged seventy-three years. He was ordained in 1837, and up to 1848 was connected with the parish of Trinity Without, Waterford, as a zealous and devoted missionary curate. He took an active and earnest interest in the 1848 movement, and was intimately associated with the late General T. F. Meagher, on which occasion, fortunately, his great influence over the masses saved that city from a sanguinary conflict, as the rescue of Meagher on the morning of his arrest was fully determined. In other parishes of the diocese he was distinguished for his zeal and charities, and had been a hard-working priest for nearly fifty years.

[Thomas Francis Meagher’s arrest] With the assistance, however, of the Rev. Mr. Tracy, who sat upon the box of the chaise, some order was restored, and the harness replaced. Mr. Meagher s faithful followers, the Ballybricken men, again exerted themselves to the utmost to see that his instructions were carried out...

[John O Mahony's Personal Narrative] "Meagher arrived alone He said, that on coming to Waterford at night, he had sent for the chief men of his club, and. (I believe) Father Tracy. The men came to him, Tracy did not. On his asking them to march, they said they could not without Father Tracy s advice and consent. Too late then to look for it, or to muster the club-men. Meagher not encouraged to wait. This Tracy, I afterwards understood, was the Byrne of Waterford Primum Mobile and chief adviser of the clubs, though not personally presiding over any club himself. (Meagher does not seem to blame this man. 1 do from the circumstance that his conduct on this first appeal to him was exactly the counterpart of Byrne's)."

Cavanagh, Michael (1892) Memoirs of Gen. Thomas Francis Meagher : comprising the leading events of his career chronologically arranged, with selections from his speeches, lectures and miscellaneous writings, including personal reminiscences.

 

1848 Loans made by Commission of Public Works

Daniel Tracey, Decies within Drum, Waterford, £92/5/4

Sessional Papers

 

1848-9 William Smith O'Brien Petition

Patt Treacy, Waterford

Patrick Tracy, Waterford RCC

Patrick Tracy, Waterford

 

1846-1851 New York arrivals

Mary Tracy, age 21, Spinster, Great Britain to USA, Waterford: Downes 04/11/1849

Ellen Tracy, age 22, Spinster, Ireland to USA, Waterford, Juliet 06/15/1849

Julia Tracey, age 20, Servant, Ireland to USA, Waterford: Oronoco 05/01/1851

 

September 16, 1848 (FJ) Waterford/Kilkenny/Tipperary

...the police barrack [Portlaw] was attacked by a rebel party...a party of dragoons chased the rebels into the woods of Portlaw and Curraghmore and took eight prisoners...On the same day there was an attack on the police barrack at Glenbower near Carrick...six hundred rebels commanded by O'Mahony, took up all the arms they could find in the neighbourhood of Kilmacthomas along the mountain foot of Comeragh and marched to Rathgormac to attack and burn the barrack...they killed a cow at the farm of H.W. Barron and had the head of it on one of the pikes; they shot two farmers named Tracey (tenants of Mr. Disney), who refused to give up their arms; one was shot through the head, the other through the breast...One man was shot dead on the spot and another died yesterday [12th September]...

 

Griffiths Valuation - Waterford 1848-51

The records are available online from the Waterford County Library. However, sometimes the link does not work.

http://locdat.waterfordcountylibrary.ie/ipac20/ipac.jsp?profile=grif#focus

Alphabetical

By Area

Arthur Treacy Templevrick Ballylaneen Waterford

 

Catherine Tracy Mayor's-Walk Trinity Without Waterford

 

Declan Tracy Pilltown Kinsalebeg Waterford

Declan Treacy Kilgabriel Kinsalebeg Waterford

 

Denis Tracey Ballynacourty Dungarvan Waterford

 

James Tracey Town of Abbeyside Dungarvan Waterford

James Tracy Ardoginna Ardmore Waterford

James Tracy Glenpatrick Rathgormuck Waterford

James Tracy Town of Dungarvan. Buttery East. Dungarvan Waterford

 

Johanna Tracy Tramore West Maket Street Drumcannon Waterford

 

John Tracy Ballingowan East Aglish Waterford

John Tracy Ballyduff East Kilmeadan Waterford

John Tracy Ballynaparka Village of Aglish Aglish Waterford

John Tracy Town of Dungarvan, Buttery West Dungarvan Waterford

 

Luke Tracy Town of Lismore Main St Lismore and Mocollop Waterford

 

Mary Tracey Woodstown Islandikane Waterford

 

Mathew Tracy Town of Cappoquin The Green Lismore and Mocollop Waterford

Matthew Tracy Town of Cappoquin Barrick Street Lismore and Mocollop Waterford

 

Michael Tracey Dromore Aglish Waterford

Michael Tracy Ballingowan East Aglish Waterford

Michael Tracy Ballynaparka Aglish Waterford

Michael Tracy Ballynaparka Village of Aglish Aglish Waterford

Michael Tracy Knockaderry Lower Newcastle Waterford

Michael Woodstown Islandikane Waterford

 

Patrick Tracy Ballingowan East Aglish Waterford

Patrick Tracy Ballynamoyntragh Kilmacleague Waterford

Patrick Tracy Browley West, Borheenclough Trinity Without Waterford

Patrick Tracy Carrickanure Newcastle Waterford

Patrick Tracy Cheekpoint Faithlegg Waterford

 

Richard Tracy Francis Street Contd Trinity Without Waterford

 

Thomas Tracy Carrickanure Newcastle Waterford

Thomas Tracy Graigueshoneen Ballylaneen Waterford

Thomas John Tracy Ballynaparka Village of Aglish Aglish Waterford

Thomas Tracy Shanacoole Clashmore Waterford

Thomas Tracy Town of Abbeyside Dungarvan Waterford

Thomas Wm. Tracy Ballynaparka Aglish Waterford

Thos. Wm. Tracy Ballynaparka Village of Aglish Aglish Waterford

 

Timothy Tracy Ballynacourty Dungarvan Waterford

 

Walter Tracy Carrick Road, Portlaw, Coolroe, Clonagam Waterford

 

William Tracy Carrickbeg Town Leaf Road Kilmoleran Waterford

William Tracy Coolroe, Mulgrave Street Clonagam Waterford

William Tracy Craggs Clashmore Waterford

John Tracy Ballingowan East Aglish Waterford

John Tracy Ballynaparka Village of Aglish Aglish Waterford

Michael Tracey Dromore Aglish Waterford

Michael Tracy Ballingowan East Aglish Waterford

Michael Tracy Ballynaparka Aglish Waterford

Michael Tracy Ballynaparka Village of Aglish Aglish Waterford

Patrick Tracy Ballingowan East Aglish Waterford

Thomas John Tracy Ballynaparka Village of Aglish Aglish Waterford

Thos. Wm. Tracy Ballynaparka Village of Aglish Aglish Waterford

Thomas Wm. Tracy Ballynaparka Aglish Waterford

 

James Tracy Ardoginna Ardmore Waterford

 

Arthur Treacy Templevrick Ballylaneen Waterford

Thomas Tracy Graigueshoneen Ballylaneen Waterford

 

Thomas Tracy Shanacoole Clashmore Waterford

William Tracy Craggs Clashmore Waterford

 

Walter Tracy Carrick Road, Portlaw, Coolroe, Clonagam Waterford

William Tracy Coolroe, Mulgrave Street Clonagam Waterford

 

Johanna Tracy Tramore West Maket Street Drumcannon Waterford

 

Denis Tracey Ballynacourty Dungarvan Waterford

James Tracey Town of Abbeyside Dungarvan Waterford

James Tracy Town of Dungarvan. Buttery East. Dungarvan Waterford

John Tracy Town of Dungarvan, Buttery West Dungarvan Waterford

Thomas Tracy Town of Abbeyside Dungarvan Waterford

Timothy Tracy Ballynacourty Dungarvan Waterford

 

Patrick Tracy Cheekpoint Faithlegg Waterford

 

Mary Tracey Woodstown Islandikane Waterford

Michael Woodstown Islandikane Waterford

 

Patrick Tracy Ballynamoyntragh Kilmacleague Waterford

 

John Tracy Ballyduff East Kilmeadan Waterford

 

Declan Tracy Pilltown Kinsalebeg Waterford

Declan Treacy Kilgabriel Kinsalebeg Waterford

 

William Tracy Carrickbeg Town Leaf Road Kilmoleran Waterford

 

Luke Tracy Town of Lismore Main St Lismore and Mocollop Waterford

Mathew Tracy Town of Cappoquin The Green Lismore and Mocollop Waterford

Matthew Tracy Town of Cappoquin Barrick Street Lismore and Mocollop Waterford

 

Michael Tracy Knockaderry Lower Newcastle Waterford

Patrick Tracy Carrickanure Newcastle Waterford

Thomas Tracy Carrickanure Newcastle Waterford

 

James Tracy Glenpatrick Rathgormuck Waterford

 

Catherine Tracy Mayor's-Walk Trinity Without Waterford

Patrick Tracy Browley West, Borheenclough Trinity Without Waterford

Richard Tracy Francis Street Contd Trinity Without Waterford

 

Pilltown House, Pilltown, Kinsalebeg, Waterford [see Declan Treacy of Waterford and Youghal Cork]

Declan Tracy was leasing this property from the Kennedy estate at the time of Griffith's Valuation, when it was valued at over £12. Smith refers to it as "Pilltown, not long since the estate of the Walshes". The house is labelled Pilltown House on the 25-inch map of the 1890s. It is no longer extant. Tracy is noted as the owner of over 450 acres in county Waterford in the 1870s. A substantial mill, valued at £39, in the same townland was being leased by Peter Moore Fisher [X129800]. It was included in the sale of Fisher property in the Landed Estates Court in November 1865. The mill appears to have fallen into disuse by the end of the nineteenth century though the ruins remain.

http://landedestates.nuigalway.ie:8080/LandedEstates/jsp/property-show.jsp?id=4371

 

Daisybank House, Cheekpoint, Faithlegg, Waterford

In 1848, Patrick Tracy was leasing this property from the Power estate when it was valued at over £18. The National Inventory of Architectural Heritage suggests it was built in the later eighteenth century and served as a hotel during its long history.

http://landedestates.nuigalway.ie/LandedEstates/jsp/property-show.jsp?id=4705

 

Ireland-Australia Transportation Database (1780-1868)

SURNAME: COSTILLAN

OTHER NAMES: TRACEY

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Waterford

TRIAL DATE: 08/01/1849

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Receiving stolen goods

SENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 8, P 264

 

1 August 1849 Wexford Independent

Waterford Harbour Regatta - Dunmore East (from the Waterford Mail)...Second Race...Hookers...2nd prize won by 'Fly’, owner Pat Tracey...

 

1849 Receivers, Courts of Chancery and Exchequer

In the matter of Mary Quin, Widow, Petitioner...that persuant to an order made in the cause of Nicholas Mahon Power, plaintiff, and Hugh Power defendant, and report thereunder, dated the 7th day of January 1848, Michael Tracy, of Knockaderry, in the county of Waterford, land surveyor, was appointed received over the lands of Liffarry, otherwise Lughanny and Ballygoney, situated in barony of Iverk and county of Kilkenny, the property of the respondent...

 

March 11, 1850 (FJ) Waterford - Admiralty Case

...Denis Tracy...steering a fishing smack called the Liberty...Shamrock [of Dungarvin]...

 

1850 Thoms Directory of Ireland

M. Tracy, Curate, Tramore, Waterford

Patrick Tracy, Curate, Trinity Without or Ballybrikan, Waterford

 

1850 - 1852

25. 72 to 84 map, William Tracey, Carrickbeg, Townparks, Waterford, House and land, 24a/0r/18p, £53.17.0 rent, tenant from year to year

 

1850 Second & 1856 Eight & 1859 Ninth Report of All Hallows College Drumcondra Dublin

Correspondence:

6 Nov 1854 letter from J.A. Tracy [James Austin Tracy], Cathedral House Calcutta East Indies

Students in the House:

Mr. J. Tracey of Waterford Diocese, from Mount Melleray School, to Calcutta E. Indies

Mr. B. Tracey/Tracy of Derry Diocese or Scotland (w.D.) Diocese, from Mr. M'Leery's School Glascow, to Glascow

Mr. J Tracey of Waterford Diocese, from Mount Mellary School, to Salford England

Missions:

Rev James Tracy, departed April 1844 to Dacca Bengal or St. John's College Calcutta

Rev John Tracey, departed May 1858, to Salford England

Rev Bernard Tracy, departed September 1858, to St. Sulpice Paris for Scotland (W.D.)

Subscriptions in 1850

Mr DT Tracy, Rathmines £1

Calcutta, per Rev J.A. Tracy £7.15.10

Rev T Tracy, CC, Portlaw £1

Subscriptions in 1856

Rev Thomas Tracey, CC, Portlaw, Co. Waterford £1

Subscriptions in 1859

Rev Pat Tracy, CC, Kilrosenty £1

Mr. Deaclan Treacy, Ardsallagh £1

1871 Census - Whitwick, Leicestershire

James A Tracey, M, 50, b. Ireland, priest

 

August 30, 1851 (FJ) Mount Melleray - Its Schools - Annual Exhibition

...The recitations were performed...I am particularly struct by the declamations of...Master John Treacy, of Cappoquin...the pupils have distinguished themselves, during the last scholastic year, in the following order of merit...Matthew Treacy...John Treacy...

20 August 1852 (FJ) Collegiate School of Mountmelleray [Waterford]

…Master John Tracy, then delivered, in admirable style, one of O'Connell's speeches...

21 August 1852 (N) Collegiate School of Mountmelleray [Waterford]

Greek/Latin/English/Elocution/History/Grammer and Geography/Vocal music Improvement/Dramatic Debate...Matt Tracy. Distinctions in the Order of Merit: John Tracy...

23 August 1852 Cork Examiner

Collegiate Exercises At Mount Melleray Abbey... Master John Tracy then delivered, in admirable style, one of O'Connell's speeches…

August 11, 1853 (FJ) Collegiate School of Mountmelleray

…Mr. John Tracy, Cappoquin…Matt Tracy…

August 11, 1853 (FJ) Collegiate School of Mount Melleray

Latin...Matt Tracy, John Tracy...English...John Tracey...

30 July 1866 Cork Examiner

The Annual Exhibition At Mount Melleray Seminary, Cappoquin... J. Treacy, Kilmacthomas; [Waterford]...

[1857] Certainly, a decade later, similar complaints were being relayed to All Hallows. From the Salford diocese, Bishop William Turner wrote that he was unable to accept one student priest, even on a short-term basis, 'for six months or any period'. In refusing him, he said, 'I am sorry that Mr Tracey is so ultra-Irish but I hope that the advice and caution you will deem it necessary to give him would have its due effect'. [AHC Salford. Bishop William Turner to Reverend Dr Woodlock, 14 December 1857]

McNicholas. Anthony (2007) Politics, Religion and the Press: Irish Journalism in Mid-Victorian England. Peter Lang, Oxford.

11 April 1858 (N) Ecclesiastical

All Hallows College...the Archbishop of Dublin conferred tonsure on...John Tracy...Bernard Tracy...

2 April 1859 (N) Ecclesiastical

All Hallows College...Annual Report...John Tracy, Sub-deacon, to Salford, England...Bernard Tracy, Deacon, to the Seminary of St. Sulpice, to prepare for Scotland, W.D.

July 4, 1898 The Shan Van Vocht

A Pilgrimage to Bodenstown. (By Michael Cavanagh)...November 9th 1861... As our little party of Irish-Americans were preparing to start from the Shelboume Hotel, on this loving mission, it was unexpectedly reinforced by another exiled pilgrim- Mr. Kelly, a native of Waterford, but for many years a resident of Manchester. Having signified his intention of forming a “delegation of one” from his expatriated countrymen in Manchester, he had been furnished with a letter of introduction to me by a dearly beloved townsrnan of mine, the Rev. John Tracey, who felt confident that it would ensure the bearer a cordial reception. It not only fulfilled its object so far, but caused were old acquaintances, linked together by the mutual friendship we entertained for the patriot priest. When I left my old home, twelve years before, John Tracy was one of a band of Cappoquin boys, studying at the celebrated school of Melleray, several of whom have since become distinguished ornaments of the Irish missionary church celebrated alike for their efiiciency and zeal in propagating the faith in foreign lands, and for their loving devotion to their own dear isle…My dear friend, Father ]ohn Tracy, with a happier fate than any, died whilst on a visit to the home of his boyhood, and is blessed with a grave in front of the altar where he served Mass years before, and where the prayers of his people are surer to be perpetually offered up for his pure spirit’s eternal repose…

17 September 1864 (N) O'Brien Monument Committee

...Rev. John Tracy, St. Augustine's Manchester £1...

7th April 1866 The Tablet

Presentation To The Rev. John Tracy, Late Of St. Augustine's, Manchester. (From Our Own Correspondent.)

On Sunday last, a deputation from the congregation of St. Augustine's consisting of Messrs. Brady, Kelly, M‘Coy, J. Brady, Blanchflower, and R. Clayton, waited upon the Rev. J. Tracy, at Heaton Norris, to present him with an address of affection expressing their regret at the separation, and wishing him happiness and success in the new mission to which he has been recently appointed by the Bishop. Accompanying the address was a purse of gold. The Rev. gentleman returned his grateful thanks, and acknowledged with much feeling the kindness which he had experienced during the years he laboured at St. Augustine's, both from the clergy and laity.

25 May 1872 (FJ)

We deeply regret the death of a good priest and a good Irishman, the Rev. John Tracy, of Manchester, who expired suddenly at Lismore on the 22nd inst...he had lately visited Cork for the purpose of inviting prominent Home Rulers to the Manchester meeting...

25 May 1872 (N) Death of the Rev. John Tracy

...Disease of the heart is understood to have been the cause of the sudden extinction of this valuable life...greatly beloved by the Irish People of Manchester for his many virtues, his love of the poor, and his sterling patriotism.

7 June 1873 (N) the Memory of a Patriot Priest

A solemn anniversary Requiem mass...attending...Rev. P. Tracy...He had the good fortune to have been born and to have spent his early years close to the famous Mount Mellery...All Hallows, near Dublin...

 

1851 Return of Sums allocated by Treasury for Promotion of Arterial Drainage

Daniel Tracey, Decies within Drum Waterford, £92/5/4

 

1851 Census Extracts - Waterford

27 Market St.

Egan or Ryan, Robert, 26, nm.

Treacy, Johanna, 48, mother, widow, Tipperary

Gough, Ellen, Servant

 

1851

86 on map, John Treacy & Honora Cleary, Ballyduffe East [Kilmeadan Waterford?], 0a/1r/10p, £1.0.0 rent, £2.5.0 valuation, from year to year, determinable every 29th September

 

Encumbered Estate of James William Wall of Coolnamuck, owner. Includes Carrickbeg. 25 May 1852

Lot 11 Carrickbeg Town-Parks

25. William Tracey, House and Land, yr. to yr. ending March 25th

 

October 11, 1853 (FJ) Catholic Church

...Rev P Treacy, CC. Modeligo to Tallow...Rev Thomas Treacy, CC Cahir to Portlaw...Rev John Treacy, CC, Cahir to Ardmore...

 

1853 Naturalization Declarations filed in Troy Justice Court

John Tracy, aged 37, Of Waterford, entered USA Jan 1851, Resides in Saratoga Co, Applied Dec 22 1853

 

1853

5? on plan, Michael Treacy, Abbeyside, Dungarvan, Waterford, House & Premises on 12p, £2 rent, year to year derterminable every 25th March

 

1853 Battersby's Registry for the Catholic World

Obituary...October 21. Mrs. Tracy, superioress of St. Clare's Convent, Newry,  aged 66 years

Felix Tracy, Curate, Mounmellick

John Tracy, curate, Cahir

Thos Tracy, curate, Cahir

Patt Tracy, curate, Modeligo Cappoquin

William Tracy, PP, Kilcock

Chowringhee and Dacca...Rev J.A. Tracy

Pakoquetti USA, Jeremiah Tracy

 

1798-1914 Register of Enlisted USA

Thomas Tracey, born Waterford Ireland, 23 years, labourer, enlisted 25 Jun 1855 at Newport Kentucky by Maj Heintzelman for 5 years, blue eyes, S brown hair, dark complexion, 5’5”, Rifles F, deserted 15 Dec ‘57

 

16 February 1856 (N) Ecclesiastical

...the exemplary curate of Modeligo, the Rev. P. Tracy, has exchanged to Kilrosenty. [county Waterford]

 

27 December 1856 (N)

A deputation from the parishioners of Portlaw and Ballyduff waited, a few days since, on the Rev Thomas Tracy, their late curate, with an address and a liberal donation of £70...-Waterford News

 

1856 Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory Of Ireland

Mathew Tracy, Main Street, Lismore, Waterford. Nail Maker

Maurice Treacy, Grattan Street, Youghal. Public House

Maurice Tracy, Grattan Street, Youghal. Coal Dealer

Michael Tracy, The Mall, Youghal. Salt & Lime Works/Timber Merchant/Coal Merchant

Michael Treacy, Grattan Street & Bachelor's Quay, Youghal. Corn Merchant

Thomas Tracey (rev), Portlaw, Waterford. Catholic Curate

Thomas Tracey, Bridge Street. Shopkeeper & Dealer In Sundries

Thomas Tracy, 21 Bridge Street. Baker

Thomas Treacy, North Main Street, Youghal. Public House

 

1856-7 British Tariff

Waterford

Tidewaiters…Hugh J. Treacy

 

19 December 1857 Wexford Independent

Stabbing - About half-past seven o'clock on Saturday eveing, two men, Peter Collins of Peter street, labourer, and Peter Tracy, of O'Brien street, a dealer in onions, quarrelled at the mayor's Walk, and in the scuffle both fell, and when Tracey stabbed Collins with a knife, twice in the abdomen and once in the side...The wounds are of a serious type, and Tracey will be detained in custody till Collins be pronounced out of danger. - Waterford Mail

 

1857 RIC

Michael Treacy, 21936

Michl Treacy, 21936, 21 (b.c. 1836), enlisted 17 Sep 1857, b. Waterford, RC, Labr, to Cork W 17/1/58

 

July 1, 1858 (FJ) Catholic Church

The Rev J. Tracey, CC, was presented on Sunday last, at Ballyneale, with an address and purse, containing fifty sovereigns to mark the appreciation of his worth and the regret felt for his departure by the inhabitants of Ardmore. The deputation was most hospitably entertained by the truly Irish P.P. of Ballyneale.

 

1858 RIC

Michael Tracy, 23863

Michl Tracy, 23863, 20 (b.c. 1838), enlisted 11 Sep 1858, b. Kings [Offaly], RC, married 10/11/1880, wife from Waterford, Labr, to Waterford 12/2/59 Waterford City

 

1858 The Dublin Hospital Gazette

Royal College of Surgeons. List of gentlemen who obtained the diploma in the previous year

Maurice Charles Tracy, Pilltown, county Waterford.

1858 Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland. The following gentlemen have obtained the Diploma of the College during the present year:

Maurice Charles Tracy, Pilltown, county Waterford

The British Medical Journal, Vol. 2, No. 98 (Nov. 13, 1858), pp. 956-957

Maurice Tracey, 20 Apr 1859, C. of G. Hope.

1861 [2853] Army Medical Department

...M. Tracy, appointed 20 April 1859, Canterbury station...

1865 [3566] Army Medical Department

Maurice Tracey, commissioned 20th April 1859, assistant surgeon 1863, staff [21st Foot?]

 

1858 Members:

John Tracy, Rev CC Clogheen, Tipperary?

Patrick Treacy, Rev CC, Kilrosenty, Lamybrien, Co. Waterford

Stephen Treacy, Esq., Officer of Inland Revenue Dublin.

Transactions of the Ossianic Society 1858, Dublin 1861

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

Declan Tracy 2 Oct 1885 Piltown Waterford, farmer, to Catherine Tracy, spinster and universal legatee

Deelan [Declan] Tracy 29 Mar 1865 Piltown Waterford, gentleman farmer, to son Michael Gerard Tracy, gentleman farmer

Hugh Treacy 31 May 1918 34 Thomas Street Waterford, steward, to Annie Treacy widow

Maurice Charles Tracy 9 Apr 1873 Marlborough Street Cork, assistant surgeon in HM army unattached a widower, to brother Declan Tracy of Piltown (Clashmore County Waterford), gentleman

Peter Tracey 1 Dec 1871 John street Waterford, publican and sailmaker, to Bridget Tracey widow

Thomas Tracey Rev 30 Jan 1872 Seaview Cottage Bonmahon Waterford, RC Clergyman, by Rev Roger Power of All Saints near Kill PP and John O’Brien of King Street Waterford, solicitor

William Tracy 19 Jan 1880 Carrickbeg Waterford, farmer, to Catherine Tracy widow

William Treacy 21 Nov 1914 Aglish Waterford, shopkeeper, to Mary Treacy, widow

 

Ellen Mary Ryan 13 Apr 1869 Tramore Waterford, widow, to brother Rev Thomas Tracey of Bonmahon, RC

Ellen Mary Ryan 13 Apr 1869 Tramore Waterford, widow, left unadminister by brother Rev Thomas Tracey, to brother Rev Patrick Tracey of Aglish Cappoquin, RC

 

4-7 March 1859 Cork Examiner

... Rev. P. Tracy, C.C., Kilrosenty, brother to the bride, assisted the Rev. Gerald F. Long, P.P.. Clashmore, the Rev. John Mullins, P.P., Old Pariah, and the Rev. P. ...

 

1859 Commissioners of National Education

P. Treacy, teacher 4th class, Garranbane, Waterford.

 

October 4, 1860 (FJ) Catholic Intelligence

New Presentation Convent, Mountmellick...and a bride's cake, bearing a number of suitable mottoes presented by Mr. Tracy, confectioner, of Mountmellick.

 

December 19, 1860 (FJ) Catholic Intelligence

...Presentation Convent, Lismore. The young lady who had the supreme happiness to register her vows on this occasion was Miss Bridget O'Brien, elder daughter of Mr. Jeremiah O'Brien, Ballimacart, Dungarvan and niece to the Reverends Patrick, Thomas and John Tracey, all Catholic curates in this diocese...

 

1860- British War Office (WO97) – Chelsea Hospital

John Tracey, b. 1842, Raigormick, Waterford

Martin Tracey, b. 1877 Waterford, Waterford

Stephen Tracey, b. 1864 Tramore, Waterford

Thomas Treacy, b. 1862 Dungarvan, Waterford

William Tracy, b. 1844 Cappoquin, Waterford

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

James Tracy, b. 1880, Waterford, Waterford

 

Denis Tracey, b. 1861 Dungarvan Waterford 1896 Crew List

 

1861 - 59 Booth St, Hulme St John Manchester Lancashire

Geo Tracey, Head, 50, b. 1811 Waterford Ireland, collectotr of debts

Mary Tracey, Wife, 51, b. 1810 Coonagh [Limerick?] Ireland,

 

1861 Subscribers:

Rev. F Tracey PP, Ballyna, Enfield (Meath?)

Rev P Treacy CC, Killresenty (Kilrossanty, Waterford?)

Rev J Treacy CC, Carrick-on-Suir (Tipperary)

Rev R? Treacy CC, Ring Dungarvan (Waterford)

Fitzpatrick WJ (1861) The Life, Times & Correspondence of the Right Rev. Dr Doyle, Bishop of Kildare & Leighlin. Duffy, Dublin.

 

Some were non-committal. Others came out openly in favour of some form of state-assisted colonization from Ireland. Rev. Patrick Tracey, a Co. Waterford priest, made his position quite clear: ‘I consider it my duty to recommend what…would ameliorate the condition of the poor man…”

1938 Irish Historical Studies: Joint Journal of the Irish Historical Society and ... - Page 289

 

1861

[Patrick Treacy] Darrigle [Portlaw Waterford? 1r/20p & 2a/1r/30p, 8s & £2.10.0, Valued at the sum, now occupied by Patrick Treacy, the owners wood-ranger and rent included as part of his wages. 

 

1862

Declan Tracy, Kilgabriel, Decies & Drum, Waterford, £89.7.6 rent, 88a/3/12p, £63 valuation, Lease dated 4th November 1862 made by Sir Charles Edward Kennedy to said Declan tracey for 31 years from the 29th of September 1862. Lease reserves...public right of way...

1863

Declan Tracy, Garrananaspick & Kilmaloo West & Pilltown (sub-denominations of Ballalag, Ringawn and Widow's farm), Decies & Drum, Waterford, £307 rent, 454a/0r/37p, £347.11.0 valuation, Lease dated 20th March 1833 made by Charles Edward Kennedy to said Declan Treacy for the life of Augustus Frederick Duke of Leinster or 100 years from the 25 March 1833. The lease reserves...[6 rights of way]...

 

1862 - 1864 National education (Ireland)

M. Tracy, R.C. teacher, male R.C. Touraneena, Seskinan, Waterford

Mary Tracey, R.C., Head, female R.C. 7 EC/130 RC, Touraneena, Seskinan, Waterford

Patrick Treacy, R.C., Head, R.C., 127 RC, Garrabane, Kilgobnet, Waterford

 

13 May 1863 (FJ) Death of the Rev. Patrick Cleary D.D.

...Dungarvan...Patrick Tracy, John Tracy...

 

26 June 1863 Cork Examiner [see Declan Treacy of Waterford and Youghal Cork]

... Charles Tracy, Esq., Army Medical staff, youngest son of Declan Tracy. Esq., Piltown, Co. Waterford, to Mary, eldest daughter of ...

30 June 1863 (FJ) Married

May 12 at St. Augustine's Catholic Church, Port Elizabeth, Algoa Bay, Cape of Good Hope, by the Most Rev. Thomas Murphy, D.D., Maurice Charles Tracy, Army Medical Staff, youngest son of Declan Tracy, Esq, Piltown, County Waterford, to Mary, eldest daughter of Charles Honsley[?], Esq, surgeon, Port Elizabeth.

 

23 October 1863 Irish Times

Fisheries Commission - Waterford

The next case was that of Hugh Tracey. Tracey proved that his weir was a head weir and that his father fished it before him. Thomas Whelan, 70 years of age, knew Tracey’s weir for 30 years. The weir was condemned.

23 October 1863 Cork Examiner

The Fisheries Commission... of Hugh Tracy. Hugh Tracy, examined by Mr. Elliott—l am the owner of a head weir, and fished it about three years; my father had ...

24 October 1863 Wexford Independent

...Hugh Tracy examined...I am the owner of a head weir, and fished it about three years; my father had a Scotch weir there before; I made it a "sprat weir", and before that it was also a head weir; I only fished for sprats, but before my time it was fished for salmon; the landlord, Mr. Power, gave me leave to fish.

...Thomas Whelan examined...I cannot say anything about Tracy's weir; I know his weir as a Scotch weir for thirty years; there was a little head weir there before the Scotch weir...

...James Ryan examined...there was no weir where Tracy's weir is until 1836...

The weir was condemed.

1864 Special Commissioners for Irish Fisheries - Fixed Nets

Suir, hard weir, Hugh Treacey & N. Power, Faithlegg Faithlegg Gualtiere Waterford, To be abated as being injurious to navigation, and not having suffiicient legal title as required...21st Oct 1863

 

1863 Medical Register

Daniel Tracey, registered 22 Jan 1850, St John's Fever Hospital Limerick, Lic. Apoth. Hall Dubl 1818

John Wise Tracy, registered 1 Jan 1859, 10 Acacia road St John's Wood London NW, Lic. Soc. Apoth. Lond. 1832 Mem. R. Coll. Surg. Eng. 1851

Maurice Charles Tracy, registed 21 June 1859, Army, Lic. R. Coll. Surg. Irel. 1858

Samuel John Tracy, registered 1 Jan 1859, 28 Old Burlington stree London W & Merton Surrey, Mem. R. Coll. Surg. Eng. 1849 Lic. R. Coll. Phys. Edin. 1860.

 

19th March 1864 The Tablet

The followitig Clergymen attended in choir :—... Patt Tracy, Kilrosenty…Thos Tracey, Kill…

 

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

Tracey, Bridget, Dungarvan, Waterford. 19 692

Tracey, George, Waterford, Kilkenny/Waterford. 19 869

Tracey, John, Youghal, Waterford/Cork East. 9 1026

Tracey, Patrick, Carrick-on-Suir, Waterford/Kilkenny/Tipperary South. 4 536

Tracy, James, Clonmel, Tipperary/Waterford. 9 685

Tracy, Margaret, Carrick-on-Suir, Waterford/Kilkenny/Tipperary South. 4 528

Treacy, Emily, Waterford, Kilkenny/Waterford. 4 830

Treacy, Thomas, Youghal, Waterford/Cork East. 14 945

Treasy, Margaret, Waterford, Kilkenny/Waterford. 9 951

 

February 1864 to 1868 London Gazette

Inland Revenue - Copy of Bankers Returns - Persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists

Thomas Tracy, Rev., Ring, County Waterford

 

3 April 1865 Cork Examiner [see Declan Treacy of Waterford and Youghal Cork]

... Declan Treacy. Esq., father of the Revs. Patrick, Thomas, and John Treacy. C.C.'s, and father-in-law of Alderman Ryan, of Waterford ...

 

17 June 1865 (N) Catholic Institution Deaf and Dumb Cabra

...Miss M Tracy, Tournaneena, Ballinawell...[Waterford or Tipperary?]

17 June 1865 (FJ) Deaf & Dumb, Cabra

Collections...Miss M Tracy, Tonraneena, Ballinawell, per card...

 

1865 Catholic Directory, Almanac and Registry of Ireland, England and Scotland

Felix Treacy, Balyna, Enfield, Kildare & Leighlin

John Tracey, Carrickbeg, Carrick-on-Suir, Waterf. & Lism.

John Tracy, Cappoquin, Waterf. & Lism.

Michael Tracy, Derry, Derry

Pat. Tracy, Kilrosanty and Fews, Kilmacthomas, Waterf. & Lism.

Thos. Tracey, Kill and Newtown, Kilmacthomas, Waterf. & Lism.

Wm. Treacy, Kilcock, Kildare & Leighlin

 

1865

2. William Tracey, Carrickbeg Town parks with its subdenominations of Coolnamuck Road North side, Upperthird, Waterford, 24a/2r/30p, £40.15.4 rent, tenant from year to year

 

15 December 1866 (N) Saint Joseph's Convent, Tallow, Co. Waterford

...present...Rev J. Tracey, C.C., Tallow...

 

1866-1914 Dog Licence Registers of Ireland

- Alphabetical

- by County

 

British Postal Service Appointments

John Tracy, 1866, Cappoquin [Waterford] to Whitechurch; Ired

J Tracey, 1874, Waterford

Patrick Treacy, 1904, Waterford To Kilmeadon

 

10 August 1867 (FJ) Carmelite Convent Tallow, County Waterford

...Rev P. Treacy, CC, Kilrosenty; Rev J. Tracy, OD, Tallow...

 

31 August 1867 (FJ) Insolvent Debtors

At Waterford, October 21: William Treacy, late of Coolnamuck, in the county of Waterford, Farmer and Road Contractor.

31 August 1867 Dublin Evening Mail

Insolvents...At Waterford, on Oct 21 - Wm Treacy, late of Coolnamuck, in the county of Waterford, farmer and road contractor, previously of same place, farmer.

 

1867 Irish Law Times

At Waterford, county Waterford, Oct 21

William Treacy, discharged

 

28 January 1868 Cork Examiner [see Declan Treacy of Waterford and Youghal Cork]

... Conpox—Tracy—On the 25th inst, at the Catholic Church of Pil1town, Waterford. the Rev. P. Tracy. Kiin-s--sputy, brother to the bride ...

 

10 February 1868 (FJ) The Limerick Declaration

...John Tracey, C.C., Tallow, County Waterford...

22 June 1868 (FJ) Deaf & Dumb, Cabra

...Rev Dr Tracey, CC, do [Tallow]...

 

17 August 1868 Cork Examiner [see Declan Treacy of Waterford and Youghal Cork]

Tracy—Howabd—Aug. at St. John's. P.Q., Maurice Charles Frederick Tracy, Staff Assistant Surgeon, son of the late Declan ...

 

14 November 1868 (N) St. John's College, Waterford

...Rev Thomas Tracey, CC, Kill...Rev P. Tracey, CC, Kilrosenty...Rev John Tracey, CC, Slievegue...

 

1868 Edition - Harvey's Waterford Almanac and Directory

Peter Tracey, grocer and publican, 56 John Street

Richard Tracey, baker, 24 Henry Street

 

1868 Registry of Shipping and Seamen: Royal Naval Reserve BT 164/18

Thomas Treacy, Waterford, 1614 P

 

1869 Catholic Clergy Waterford

Patrick Tracy, curate, Aglish

Thomas Tracy, curate, Kill

 

7 July 1870 (FJ)

...Rev. T. Treacy, C.C., Knockmahon [Waterford]...

 

7 July 1870 (FJ)

Rev. P. Tracy, CC, Aglish, Cappoquin

 

1870 Slaters

Bonmahon Co. Waterford

Rev Thomas Tracy

 

Royal Navy Registers of Seamen's Services

John James Treacy, b. 7 Dec 1870 Crooke, Waterford, 136949 Online Document ADM 188/188 Nation al Archives

1853-1923 Royal Navy

John James Treacy. Official Number: 136949. Place of Birth: Crooke, Waterford. Date of Birth: 07 December 1870.

 

17 July 1871 (FJ) Deaf & Dumb, Cabra

Rev. Thos Tracy, CC, Bunmahon, do [Waterford?]...

 

1871 British Census

James Tracey, spouse Ellen, b. abt 1821 Waterford Ireland, Gloucestershire England

= Ellen Tracey, spouse James, b. abt 1830 Waterford Ireland, Gloucestershire England

Mary Ann Tracey, b. abt 1817 Waterford Ireland, Lancashire England

Mary Ann Tracey, lodger, 34, married, b. 1837 Warterford Ireland, Toxteth Park West Derby Lancashire

Michael Tracey, b. abt 1850 Waterford Ireland, Gloucestershire England

Norah Tracey, b. abt 1851 Waterford Ireland, Gloucestershire England

 

15 July 1872 (FJ) Deaf & Dumb, Cabra

...Rev. Patk Treacy, CC, Aglish, Cappoquin...

 

1 November 1873 Freeman's Journal [see Declan Treacy of Waterford and Youghal Cork]

Tracy-Oct. 24, at Piltown, Youghal, Anne. daughter Of the Late Declan Tracy Esq., Pilltown Co. Waterford.

29 November 1873 Pilot (Boston Ma)

Oct. 24, st Piltown, Youghal, Anne, daughter of the late Declan Tracey, esq., Piltown, co. Waterford.

 

1874 The Medical Register

June 21

Maurice Charles Tracy (Pilltown, county Waterford?)

Staff Assistant Surgeon, Army

Lic. R. Coll. Surg. Irel. 1858

May 14

Richard Thomas Tracy (Limerick?)

190 Collins Street East, Melbourne, Australia

Lic. R. Coll. Surg. Irel. 1848

M.D. Univ. Glasg. 1849.

 

22 February 1875 (NJ) Rolls Court [Waterford]

Chatteris v. Tracey...against the Rev. Patrick Tracey and Mr J Ryan of Waterford as represenatives of the late Andrew Ryan, Esq., of Waterford [died March 1867]...His widow, Mrs Ellen Mary Ryan, took administration, and distributed his assets, reserving, however a sum of £430...Marseilles Company. She died before any claim was made, and although her brother, the Rev. Thos. Tracey, took out administration to her, the money was allowed to remain in the bank undisturbed for two years, when he died, and his brother, the Rev. Patrick Tracey, then took out administration, and in the month of February 1873...drew the money out of the bank...Money will be paid.

February 1875

Rev Patrick Tracey and Mr. John Ryan of Waterford, the representatives of the late Andrew Ryan, Esq, of Knock House, in the city of Waterford.

 

30th Sept 1876 Major Ferry Boat Accident at Ferrypoint

Thirteen people lost their lives in the last major ferry boat accident between Youghal and Ferrypoint which occurred on Saturday 30th September 1876.

...John Tracy/Treacy from Aglish...

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October 1876 Terrible Boating Catastrope

Ferry boat at Youghal...The names of those missing are...John Tracy...

6th October 1876 Monmouthshire Merlin

The Terrible Boat Accident At Youghal. Fourteen Lives Lost. The ferry boat swamped at Youghal, on Saturday evening, was an open craft of three tons burthen, rowed by four oars. There were 22 passengers on boafrd besides the boatmen, the passengers being all farmers and their wives returning from market in Youghal...The names of the drowned are: Patrick Keane, Miohael Keane, Richard Staunton, Ellen Budds, Margaret Foley, John Treacy, Robert Wynne, Mary Keane, Julia Curry, John Shanahan, Mary Carroll, and the boatmen Davite, Mahony, and William Carty.

 

1876 Landowners in Ireland (over 1 acre)

Declan Tracy, Piltown, Youghal, Waterford. 453a/0r/0p. £537.0.0

 

25 May 1877 (FJ) Jubilee of Pope

...John Tracey, TC, do [Cork]...

...Patrick Tracy, CC, Aglish [Waterford]...D Tracy, AB, TCD, do [Clashmore, county Waterford]...

 

13 July 1877 (FJ) A.M.D.G. Mount Melleray Seminary [Waterford]

Rhetoric Class - Greek...Disinctions...Patrick Treacy...Greek Composition...Disinctions - Patrick Treacy...Science - Second Class - 1st Place...Patrick Treacy...Elocution...Distinctions...P Treacy...

 

1877 Waterford Almanac and Street Directory

John Tracey, 26 Spring Garden Alley, Waterford. Labourer

Margaret Treacy, 4 Bank Lane, Waterford. Dressmaker

 

12 January 1878 (FJ) Tracey v. Pedder

The action was brought to recover £20 damages for wrongful dismissal of the plaintiff from his employment as groom, in the service of the defendant, who is a lady residing in the county of Waterford...second count...£4 alleged to be due as wages...reserved judgment.

January 1878 Tracey v. Pedder

Mr. Gibaou applied to remit this case to the Chairman of the County of Waterford.

The plaintiff was a groom to the defendant, a lady named Pedder, and the action was brought for wrongful dismissal, the damages laid at £20. There was a second count for wages amounting to £4...

 

23rd April 1878 South Wales Daily News

The Desperate Attempted Murder At Cardiff. On Monday, Hugh Tracey [of Waterford?], 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.

 

1878 Hydaspes
Sailed Plymouth England 10 August 1878 - arrived Lyttelton New Zealand 9th November 1878

Colonial Nominated – Single Men

Laurence Treacy, 21 years, of Waterford, Farm Labourer

Hydaspes arrived Canterbury 09 Nov 1878 (assisted emigration)

Laurence Treacy, 21 years, single, farm labourer, of Waterford

 

1880 Wexford

John Treacy Meaher, 47, 5'2.5" l Br hair, blue eyes, sandy hair, born Ballyduff Lismore, of no fixed place, vagrant, Prot?, R&W, 14 days, August

John Treacy Maher, 47, 5'2.5" l Br hair, blue eyes, sandy hair, born Ballyduff Lismore, of no fixed place, vagrant, RC, R&W, 3 week, September

 

30th July 1881 The Aberystwith Observer

...Royal Humane Society...The Society's medalion was also awarded to Hugh J. Tracey, custom-house officer, for saving Michael Browne and Mary Power. The girl accidentally fell into a river 12ft. deep at Waterford. Browne jumped in and attempted to rescue her. The girl clasped him tightly, and they were both in imminent danger of being drowned, when Tracey ran to the spot, jumped in at considerable personal risk, and saved both of them.

 

1881 Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory Of Ireland

Declan Tracey, Piltown, Youghal. Gentry & Clergy.

Mathew Tracey, Cappoquin, Waterford. Nail Maker

David Treacy, 79 North Main Street, Youghal. Grocer

 

The Very Rev. Patrick Treacy, Priest-is-charge of the Stratford Parish since 1901, was born in County Limerick, Ireland. He was ordained at Waterford in the year 1881, and came out to Wellington, New Zealand, in the same year. Before settling in Stratford, Father Treacy had been stationed at Lyttelton, Masterton, Kumara, Geraldine, Hawarden and New Plymouth.

 

1881 British Census (LDS)

Margaret Barnes [Tracey], Head, W, Female, 48, Waterford, Ireland, Fish Hawker, 2 Bridge St, Swansea Town, Glamorgan, Wales

Michael Tracey, Son, U, Male, 22, Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales, Furnaceman Copper (Works),

Johanna Tracey Daug, U, Female, 13, Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales, Scholar,

James Tracey, Son, Male, 9, Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales, Scholar,

Patrick Tracey, 44 years, born Waterford, widow, Tailor, 25 Bridge St Swansea Town Glamorgan

Agnes, 16 years, born Swansea, daughter, Tailoress

John, 14 years, born Swansea, son, Common labr

Mary, 11 years, born Swansea, daughter

Louisa, 10 years, born Swansea, daughter

Julia, 5 years, born Swansea, daughter

Margaret, 3 years, born Swansea, daughter

Thomas Tracy, Lodger, Single, M, 20, Lab, Port Law Waterford; 6 Egerton St, Barton, Lancashire

Bridget Tracy, Lodger, Single, F, 21, Spinner (C), Dublin; (same address)

William Treacey, 36 years, born Limerick, labourer, married, 35 Hopwood St. Liverpool Lanc.

Mary Ann, 33 years, born Waterford, wife

Katey, 9 years, born Dublin, daughter

Sarah, 7 years, born Dublin, daughter

Michael, 4 years, born Liverpool, son

Mary, 15 months, born Liverpool, daughter

 

1881 Return of crimes against human life

Waterford, Michael Tracy Patrick Ryan, assult endangering life 6 Sep 1880 on Michael Power, fined 10s. each at Petty Sessions. William Prendergast was also tried for the same offence and discharged.

 

1881 Ship: Happy Go Lucky; Official number: 27350.

Michael Tracy; rank/rating, Able Seaman; year of birth, 1831; place of birth, Dungarnon [Dungarvan, Waterford?]; previous ship, Annie of Fleetwood.

BT 99/1303

1881

William Tracy; rank/rating, Chief Steward; year of birth, 1838; place of birth, Waterford; previous ship,

BT 99/1313

1891 Ship: Hutton Hall; Official number: 87954.

Thomas Treacy; rank/rating, Able Seaman; age, 19; place of birth, Waterford; previous ship, Caesarea of London.

BT 99/1708

 

1882 Return of judicial rents

Thomas Treacy of Ballinacourty Waterford, landlord Robert T. Lonegan, 1a/2r/23p, poor valuation £1/15/0, old rent £4/9/0, new rent £3/6/0

Timothy Tracey of Ballinacourty Waterford, landlord Catherine Lonegan & another, 2a/1r/17p, poor valuation £3/5/0, old rent £6/5/0, new rent £4/15/0

 

1882 Return of Payments to Landlords

Declan Treacy, 4 holdings, annual rent £65/5/8, amount paid £51/19/2

1883 Return of judicial rents

Declan Fitzgerald of Garranspot Waterford, landlord Declan Treacy, 17a/1r/3p, poor valuation £10/10/0, old rent £13/6/0, new rent £12/5/0

1884 [C.4059] Arrears of Rent (Ireland) Act, 1882 - Landlords

Declan Treacy, Waterford, 4 holdings, £63.5.8 rent, £108.8.10 arrears 1880, £51.19.2 paid by commission

 

October 1884 National and Labour Demonstration, Villierstown

...Michael Treacy, secretary of the local Labourers' League...

 

The Poole Photographic Collection [National Library of Ireland]

1884 Cabinet commissioned by Mr. Tracey, New Ross

1884 Cabinet commissioned by Revd. W. Tracey, Kilkenny

1885 Cabinet commissioned by Miss Tracey, New Ross

1885 Cabinet commissioned by Mr. Tracey, New Ross

1886/7 Cabinet commissioned by Miss Tracey, Michael Street [New Ross]

1887 Cabinet commissioned by Miss Tracey, Newtown

1890 Carte de visite commissioned by Miss B. Tracy, c/o Mr. R. White, Newtown

1891 Carte de visite commissioned by Miss E. Tracey, Tullogher, New Ross

1891 Carte de visite commissioned by Miss M. Tracey, Tullogher, New Ross

1891 Carte de visite commissioned by Mr. Tracey, Tullogher, New Ross

1896/7 Group commissioned by Miss Tracey, Industrial School

1900 Group commissioned by Mr. S. Tracy, New Ross

1906 Cabinet commissioned by Miss A. Tracey, Main Street, Cappoquin

1908/7 Carte de visite commissioned by Mr. J. Tracey, Fiddown, County Kilkenny

1908/9 Carte de visite vignette commissioned by Mr. G. Treacey, De La Salle College, Waterford

1909 Group of seven commissioned by Mr. Treacy, 7 Beau Street, Waterford

1910s? Rev Canon Patrick Tracey, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, hat off

1910s? Rev Canon Patrick Tracey, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, hat on.

1913/4 Cabinet commissioned by Mr. Treacy, William Street, Clonmel

1915/6 Cabinet commissioned by Con. Tracy R.I.C., Peters St. Barracks, Waterford

1918 In memoriam commissioned by Mr. Treacy-Redmond, Villierstown

1920s? Bride and groom : commissioned by Mr. David Tracey, Garden Flat, 49 Leinster Road, Rathmines

1920s? Wedding group of five : commissioned by Mr. David Tracey, Garden Flat, 49 Leinster Road, Rathmines

1922 Carte de visite commissioned by Miss Treacy, 48 South Street, New Ross

1922 T. Tracey, Barrack Street, Waterford, house and shop : commissioned by Mr. Tracey

1925 Rev Canon Patrick Tracey.P.P., hat off.

1926 Carte de visite commissioned by Mrs. James Treacy, Ballymagill

1926 Group commissioned by Mrs. Treacy, Gas Works, Carrick-on-Suir

1928 Carte de visite commissioned by Mrs. James Treacy, Parish of Tullogher

1947/9 Carte de visite commissioned by Miss Joan Tracey, Metropole Hotel, Waterford

1949/52 Carte de visite commissioned by Miss Phyllis Treacy, Maypark Nursing Home

 

 “Irish Marriages” extracted from the “Irish American” [see Declan Treacy of Waterford and Youghal Cork]

Week ending April 23, 1887

Tracey-Fitzgerald

March 21, by special license, at Cork.

M.G. Tracey, Bawnalog, Piltown, County Kilkenny, son of the late Declan Tracey, Esq., to Teresa Mary, daughter of the late Maurice Fitzgerald Esq., Rockview, Cloyne, County Cork.

(Michael Tracy/Treacy, Cork, 2nd Quarter 1887 Vol. 5, page 94 Marriages Register)

 

1887 Return of Masters, Mates, and Engineers to whom Certificates of Competency were issued

Hugh Treacy, second mate, Foreign Trade, issued 1 April 1886, No. 483

 

1887 Register of Deceased Seamen

Wm Tracy, aged 45 of Waterford, cook on the SS Orizaba. Died 07/11/1887 of Heart Disease at Tilbury Dock, Liverpool. Discharged from ship before demise.

 

16 July 1889 Freeman's Journal

Law Intelligence ...Declan Tracy...

 

November 5, 1889 (FJ) Waterford Shipping List

...Daring, sch, Treacey, from New Ross to Meath, oats;...

15th May 1890 South Wales Daily News

Newport...sailings...River May 14 - Daring, Tracey, Dungarvan...

 

7 May 1891 Freeman's Journal

... Thomas Treacy, Aglish, Co Waterford

 

1891 UK Census

Hugh Tracey, 16 years, b. Waterford, boarder, Cardiff, Glamorganshire

John Tracey, 21 years, b. Waterford, border, Cardiff, Glamorganshire

Mary Tracey, b. abt 1839, Waterford Ireland, living in Lancashire

Mary Tracey, b. abt 1874, Waterford Ireland, living in Lancashire

Michael Tracey, age 29, crew, single, f’man (seaman), b. Waterford. Ship Rhosina, Millwall Dock, London.

 

1892-1924 Ellis Island Arrivals

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

 

Annie Treacy, Dungawan (Dungarvan Waterford?) Ireland, 1907, 22 years, single, Mother Mrs Tracey Dungarvan. to Bro Tim? Treacy, 10152 E 4th St Anaconda Most [Montana]. 5’-“, fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, b. Dungarvan Ireland.

 

Bridget Tracey, Dungarvan Waterford Ireland, 1904, 29 years, Springfield, Brother: Thoma Tracey, 3 Rettico? Place ???

Bridget Tracey, Dungarvan Waterford Ireland, 1904, 29 years, American, to Yonkers NY, lived Springfield, Brother: Thomas Tracey, 3 Rittins Place, Yonkers, NY

 

Ellen Tracy, London England, 1922, 46 years, widow, 5'6", Dark complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, Last address: Mrs Annie Newall, 8 Kelvin Grove, Princes Park, L'pool. To sister: Mrs John Fitzgerald, 1656, 3rd Ave, NY New York. b. Villerstown, Ireland. [see Ellen Tracy 46, Annie Tracy 27, William Tracy 16] [see below]

Annie Tracy, London England, 1922, 17 years, single, 5'3", Dark complexion, brown hair, brown eyes, Last address: Mrs Annie Newall, 8 Kelvin Grove, Princes Park, L'pool. To aunt: Mrs John Fitzgerald, 1656, 3rd Ave, NY New York. b. Dublin, Ireland. [see Ellen Tracy 46, Annie Tracy 27, William Tracy 16]

William Tracy, London England, 1922, 16 years, single, 5'7", Dark complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, Last address: Mrs Annie Newall, 8 Kelvin Grove, Princes Park, L'pool. To aunt: Mrs John Fitzgerald, 1656, 3rd Ave, NY New York. b. Aldershot, England. [see Ellen Tracy 46, Annie Tracy 27, William Tracy 16]

 

John Treacy, Macroom, 1902, 20 years [Error due to scraps of pages should read John Treacy, Dungarvan (Waterford?) Ireland, 1902, 20 years, single, Dungarvan, to Bro Timothy Treacy, Central City, Col]

 

John Tracey, St Paul USA, 1912, 46 years, railway servant, Sister: Ellen Treacy? Piltown Co. Waterford. Wife: Ann Tracey, Thomas St, St. Paul Minn?, 11/1894 St. Paul, 5’8”, dark complexion, dark hair, Grey eyes, b. Youghal Ireland,

 

Joseph Tracey, Portlaw (Waterford Ireland?), 1898, 58 years, Irish [citizen crossed out], to Lanox Mass, (been there 7 months in 1899, to friend Des Barry 900 Part Street, Lenox Mass?) Citizen of Barkshire Mass 28 of January 1886 [Crossed out]

 

Kate Treacy, Aglish (Waterford? Ireland), 1899, 25 years, single, Bro Daniel, 535 e 35th St New York.

 

Margaret Tracy, Cappquia (Cappaquin Waterford Ireland), 1907, 35 years single, Hkeeper, Cappaquin Ireland, lived 1906 New York, to Aunt: Mrs J? Downing 601 S 7th Ave Mt Vernon NY. 5’3”, pale complexion, aubuen hair, blue eyes. b. Cappaquin.

 

Mary Treacy, Cappoquin (Waterford? Ireland), 1906, 22 years, single, brother Js Hno Treacy, 2209 Cliffon Ave Minneapolis Minn.

 

Mary Treacy, Waterford (Ireland), 1904, 36 years, single, America, Irish, lived Waterford, to Long Island, lived New York 1903, sister Mrs Frank McGee, 104 Vernon Avenue, Long Island, New York.

 

Mary Treacy, Lamberton USA, 1913, 23 years, single, father M Treacy, Cappoquin Co. Waterford. Non Immigrant Alien. lived 1906/1913 7 years Lamberton, to Brother Rev J.J. Treacy, Lamberton Minn. 5’5”, fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. b. Cappoquin Ireland. [Rev. John J. Treacy d. 2 Mar 1916 Hennepin, Minnesota, aged 34, s. of Michael Treacy & Nora Feney]

 

Patrick Treacey, Dungarvan (Waterford Ireland?), 1903, 20 years, to sister Bridget, 1131 South? Street, Springfield [see 1901 census Clonea Waterford]

 

Steven Tracey, NY USA, 1919, 54 years, fireman, seaman’s home NY, Destitute Seaman Consular Passanger, destitute seaman US customs, 20 years US, Brother: Thomas Tracey, Barricks St, Waterford, Ireland. brother: Michael Tracey, 126ths.St. #239 W. New York, 5’5”, dk complexion, br hair, br eyes, b. Waterford Ireland

 

Thomas Treacy, Dungawan (Dungarvan Waterford? Ireland), 1902, 22 years, single, miner, Dungarvan, to fr John Kelly New York NY.

 

Thomas Treacy, Waterford Ireland, 1922, 54 years, married, sailor, wife Mary E. Treacy 7 Barrack St Waterford. to cousin James Byrne 437 West 124th Street New York NY. 5'8", fresh complexion, brown hair, brown eyes, tattoos on arms. b. Duagh Ireland.

 

William Tracy, Dromore (Aglish) Waterford) Ireland, 1910, 16 years, single, student, Aunt Mrs Powers, Dromore, Waterford.  aunt paid passage, to Mother Mrs Tracy, 2096 8th Ave, New York. 5’7”, fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes,  b. Dromore Ireland [travelling with cousin Hannah Hallahan 16] [see 1901 Census]

 

United States Naturalization Petitions

Declan Treacy, born 24 Jul 1879 or 1880 Waterford, Ireland. Naturalised 1909 Boston & 1919 Quincy, Massachusetts

Ellen Treacy nee Burke, born 23 Mar 1885 Tuam, [Galway], Ireland. Naturalised 1943 Yonkers, West N Y. Spouse's Thomas Treacy born 25 Jul 1885 Dungarvan Waterford Irl

 

February 1893 The wreck of the Moresby

Evidence of Ballinacourty lifeboat crew...William Treacy, said he went to the boathouse at midnight and again at 6 in the morning. He went home to get something to eat. He was coming down from his own house through the field to the boathouse.

 

1894 Egan's Waterford Directory

John Tracey, 69 Barrack Street, Waterford. Sail Maker

Mrs. Treacy, 12 Barrack Street, Waterford.

Mrs. Tracey, Strand Street, Tramore, Waterford.

Michael Gould Tracy, Piltown, Youghal, Cork. Juror

 

8th August 1896 South Wales Daily News

Newport...Sailings...River Aug 7...Peri, Tracey, Dungarvan....[see 1907]

28th August 1890 South Wales Daily News

Newport...sailings...Darius, Tracey, New Ross...

 

September 1896 - Gardener (Head Working); understands peaches, vines, fruit, flowers, vegetables; leaving owing to present employer going away; highly recommended; married, no family - P. Tracey, Ballysaggartmore, Lismore, Co. Waterford.

November 1896 - Gardener (Head Working); understands vines, peaches, fruit, flowers, vegetables; highly recommended; married, no family; state terms - P. Tracey, Dowth, Drogheda, Co. Meath.

December 1896 - Gardener (Head Working); thoroughly undersatnads his business; long discharges; married, no family; highly recommended - P. Tracey, Dowth, Drogheda, Co. Meath.

 

1899 Ballinacourty Lighthouse, Dungarvan

A record from 1899, for Ballinacourty which was recorded by Light keeper, George Donleavy reveals that the market-cart man John Shea was very ill and confined to bed. He writes ‘Went into Dungarvan with John Shea, market man to put him in Hospital suffering from Rheumatism & general disability’. Donleavy went to visit the sick man on March 11th, & found him ‘very low & weak’. On March 13th, he records ‘Received news at 11.30 AM that John Shea our market man departed this life at 7pm on yesterday in Dungarvan Union Hospital, I proceeded to Dungarvan to arrange for his interment in Kilgobnet on tomorrow’. He was an old & faithful servant & had served 44 or 45 years as Market-man to this station’. The passing of John Shea left a vacancy and the position was then open for a new man. Four tenders were received from the following; William Treacy. John Treacy. Roger Power. & Peter Kiely, All of those would have lived across the road from the lighthouse at ‘An Baile’. The tender was awarded to William Treacy.

1900’s Ballinacourty Fife & Drum, Dungarvan

Members of the band are: Tom Meehan, Tom Handrahan, Paddy Murray, Tom Kennedy, John Hayes, Pad Hogan, Tom Hogan, Pates Cummins, Maurice Veale, Pats Morrissey, Mike Handrahan, Michael Kiely, Dan Barry, Maurice Terry, Joe Murray, John Kiely, Declan Murray, Pats Treacy, Larry Power, Jack Elstead, Tommy Power.

1900’s Ballinacourty Townland, Dungarvan

Family surnames that have survived from the early part of the nineteenth century and into the new millennium number just five, one of which is Treacy.

 

16 February 1901 (SS)

A sad drowning fatality occurred at Waterford on Sunday Night, when a young woman named Tracey [Bridget Tracy b. 1873?], a native of New Ross, was drowned in attempting to rescue her sweetheart, who had fallen into the Suir.

August 3, 1901 Kentucky Irish American

On Wednesday evening a dead body was found floating in the Suir at Grace Dieu, which is believed to be that of Bridget Tracey, a New Ross girl, who was drowned nearly five months ago. The girl's sweetheart accidentally fell into the river, and she jumped in after him in a frantic effort to save him. He was saved, but all efforts to recover her body were fruitless up to Tuesday.

 

 

 1901 Census of Ireland

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

 

 

1901 Census of England

Catherine Tracey, 38, Waterford Ireland, Eccles, Lancaster

Thomas Tracey, 38, Waterford Ireland, Engine & Roler Driver, Eccles, Lancaster

 

Catherine Tracy, 43, Ireland Waterford, Droylsden, Lancashire

Mary Tracey, 27, Co Waterford Ireland, Cotton Card Room Land, Droylsden, Lancaster

Mary Tracey, 63, Co Waterford Ireland, Droylsden, Lancaster

 

Margaret Tracey, 34, Ireland Co Waterford, Ashton Under Lyne, Lancaster

 

Thomas Tracey, 24, Waterford Ireland, Furnaceman Steel Foundry, Horwich, Lancaster

 

Thomas Tracey listed in 1901 England census on Waterford page.
Marriage Cert: 30/3/1901. District of Bolton, Lancs. Thomas Tracey age 28, of 6 Eminott? St., Horwich. Furnaceman. To Ada Ratcliffe age 24 of 11 Iron St., Horwich. Fathers - John Tracey (deceased) Labourer. George Ratcliffe. Railway Wagon Spring Maker.
From the 1911 census he is living at 15 Armstrong St., Horwich. Furnaceman. Place of birth Waterford. Children - Ellen age 10. William age 8. Mary age 5. Thomas age 2. George age 7 months. John crossed out.

 

William Tracy, 27, Waterford Ireland, Soldier, St George Hanover Square London

 

August 1905 IT

RIC Transfers...John Treacy, Waterford to Kilkenny...

 

US State Department records

Willie Tracy about 11 yrs old living with grandfather William O'Keeffe, Dromore, Aglish, Co Waterford date 1906-10-18 [see 1901 census]

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

 

Jun 29, 1907 (IT) RIC

A very pretty wedding took place in Cappoquin on last Tuesday, 18th inst, at St. Mary's R.C. Church, the contracting parties being Mr. Edward Dunne, RIC, fourth son of ex-sergeant L. Dunne, of Waterford City, to Miss A.M. Tracy, youngest daughter of Mr. M. Tracy, Main street, Cappoquin. After the wedding breakfast the happy couple left for Killarney, where the honeymoon was spent. The presents wer numerous and valuable.

 

1907 The Peri

The Peri was built in 1872 by the Co-op Shipbuilding Society of Blyth in Sunderland and registered in Waterford to Moloney and Co. It was a two masted schooner. Gross tonnage: 101.13. Dimensions:89.8 x 20.3 x 9.15ft. Official No: 67632. Registered in Liverpool in 1883, then in Waterford in 1893.The captain was Michael Hally of Abbeyside. In October 1907 the Peri sailed out of Dungarvan on its way to Newport, Wales, to pick up a cargo of coal for the Cork Brick Company. The crew were Patrick Dwyer, Michael Tracey and James Young. They had stormy weather on their return journey on the 2nd of November 1907. At ten minutes to twelve that night the Peri crashed on the rocks at Seaview near Helvick Head. The crew had abandoned ship. Michael Tracey went over board first then James Young (aged 15). Captain Hally and Patrick Dwyer got to the base of the cliff and climbed towards the top. Captain Hally lost his grip and fell. Dwyer lost contact with him and eventually got to the top and a nearby house owned by O'Sullivans. At 8 a.m. they discovered Captain Hally still alive clinging to a tree and managed to rescue him. The bodies of Michael Tracey and James Young were retrieved later that day.

Nov 4, 1907 (IT) Wreck of a Dungarvan Schooner

The schooner, Peri, belonging to Captain Michael Moloney, of this town, was wrecked early this morning at Sea View, a rocky coast between Helvick and Mino Head, of this county. The names of the lost are Michael Treacy, mate, and James Young, boy...

Photographs: http://www.waterfordcountyimages.org/exhibit/web/DisplayImage/K01Zi8B9hiCHE/1/The_Peri.html

 

1908 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act - Henry Charles Villiers Stuart Estate

16/1/1908 James Treacy of Ballycurrane Waterford, 5a/2r/5p, value £2, rent £1/13/0, not judical, vance £12, cash £12

 

1908 [Cd. 4359, 4375, 4394, 4410] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish Land Act, 1903, during the month of January, 1908. - Waterford

Jun 16 1908, James Treacy with Daniel Healy, Ballycurrane, 5a2r5p & 14a2r14p, £2.0.0 valuation, £1.13.0 rent, £12 & £23 purchase price and advance

Jun 16 1908, James Treacy, Ballycurrane, 4a1r0p, £9 purchase price and advance

 

Jul 8, 1909 (FJ)...Assizes for County Waterford...Mr. Treacy B.L. [JJ of Dublin?] appeared for the appallents...

 

1909-10 Thom's Directory of the City and County of Waterford

Hugh or John Tracy, 7 Beau Street (Cathrine St), Waterford City. Ship's Steward (moved from Tramore, house still in family)

John Tracy, Scotch Quay, Waterford City. Pensioner (moved from Tramore, retired customs officer)

Martin Tracey, 34 Barrack Street (opp Side), Waterford City. Sailmaker

Matthew Tracy, Cappoquin, Waterford. Grocer

Michael Tracy, Kilmacthomas Rural, Woodstown, Kilmacthomas, Waterford. Farmer

Michael Treacy, Dromana, Aglish, Dungarvan, Waterford. Grocer & Postmaster

Thomas Tracey, 7 Barrack Street, Waterford City. Sailor

William Treacy, Dromana, Aglish, Dungarvan, Waterford. Grocer & Publican

 

11 June 1910 (IT)

[picture] De La Salle Training College (Waterford) Hurling Team...end third row...J. Treacy...

 
November 18, 1911 (ME) Death of Mrs. Murray, Tourin, Cappoquin 
The chief mourners were: Mr. Michael Murray, husband; Messrs Daniel and Ml Murray sons; Mrs Tracey, Mrs Flynn, Mrs M Phelan and Miss Lilly Murray, daughters...Mr. W. Tracey, Aglish.
 

 

1911 Census of Ireland

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

 

 

April 1913 IT

RIC Transfers...William Treacy, from Mayo to Waterford...

 

 

27 June 1913 The Bulletin, San Francisco - Death
Treacy - In this city, June 26, Thomas F., husband of Catherine Treacy and father of Catherine Tracy, a native of Count Waterford, Ireland, aged 42 years. A member of the Riggers and Stevedores' Union.

28 June 1913 San Francisco Call

Treacy - In this city, June 26, 1913, Thomas F., husband of Catherine Treacy and father of Catherine Treacy, a native of County Waterford, Ireland, aged 42 years. A member of the Riggers and Stevedores Union...Internment Holy Cross Cemetery...

 

 

Jul 18, 1913 (IT) Will of Mr. Patrick Joseph Power, D.L.

...Faithlegg House, Waterford...Mary Tracy, who had been in his employment

 

1914-1920 British Army WWI Service & Pension Records

Michael Tracey, b. abt 1874, Dungarvan, Waterford

Patrick Tracey, b. abt 1879, Aghlish, Waterford,  

 

11 December 1915 (NG) Munster Hurling Championships - Waterford v. Tipperary

Waterford (T.F. Meaghers selected)...J. Tracey...

Mr. Edward Tracey, Fedamore [Limerick], refereed both marches

 

1917 The gas world year book

Carrick-on-Suir & Wicklow

G.W. Anderson, M.J. (or T.) Treacy, R.B. Anderson (see Waterford)

 

WW1 Merchant Seamen Medal Cards. BT 351/1

Hugh Treacy, b. Waterford 1873

John Treacy, b. Waterford 1868

ALSO

John Treacy, b. 16 April 1868 Waterford, County Waterford. Number:  D904. BT 377/7/40865

Thomas Treacy, b. June 1868 Waterford City. Number:  V342. BT 377/7/130586

1915 Merchant Navy

F Tracey; rank/rating, Fireman and Trimmer; age, 47; place of birth, Waterford; previous ship, Carpathia. Ship: Zent 1915

F Treacy; rank/rating, Bosuns Mate; age, 45; place of birth, Wateford; previous ship, same. Ship: Orduna 1915

H Treacy; rank/rating, Chief Steward; age, 37; place of birth, Waterford; previous ship, same.  Ship: Coningbeg 1915

Hugh Treacy; rank/rating, Chief Steward; age, 38; place of birth, Waterford; previous ship, same. Ship: Coningbeg 1915

J Treacy; rank/rating, Boatswain; age, 45; place of birth, Waterford; previous ship, same. Ship: Protesilaus 1915

J Treacy; rank/rating, Bosuns Mate; age, 45; place of birth, Waterford; previous ship, same. Ship: Orduna 1915

Thomas R Tracey; rank/rating, Fireman; age, 59; place of birth, Waterford; previous ship, Metagama. Ship: Montreal 1915

Thomas Tracey; rank/rating, Fireman and Trimmer; age, 58; place of birth, Waterford; previous ship, Highlander. Ship: Carisbrook 1915

Thomas Tracey; rank/rating, Fireman and Trimmer; age, 59; place of birth, Waterford; previous ship, Montreal. Ship: Kyleakin 1915

Thomas Tracey; rank/rating, Fireman; age, 50; place of birth, Waterford; previous ship, Carisbrook. Ship: Metagama 1915

Thomas Tracy; rank/rating, Fireman and Trimmer; age, 45; place of birth, Waterford; previous ship, Rosabelle of London. Ship: Woodfield 1915

 

1917 USA Draft Registration  

Mathew T Tracey b. 10 Dec 1887 Abbyside Dungarvan [Waterford] Ireland, declared naturalisation, Oiler, married wife & 2 children, lives 15 Ingram St Yonkers NY

 

September 1, 1917 The Gaelic American

Annual Oireachtas...Industrial Exhibitions (home produced foodstufs and artiicles of clothing)...May Tracy, Waterford [city]...

 

1918 Petition Against Conscription

Annie Treacy, Barrack St

James Treacy, Barrack St

http://www.waterfordcouncil.ie/en/Resident/Archives/Exhibitions/Waterford,and,the,First,World,War/Recruitment,and,Conscription/

 

1920 US Census

Name: Declan Treacy

Residence: Quincy Ward 2, Norfolk, Massachusetts

Estimated Birth Year: 1879

Age: 41

Birthplace: Ireland

Marital Status: Single

1922-03-14 Petition for Naturalization Massachusetts

Declan Treacy of Ireland (presumed Waterford???)

Year Immigrated: 1907

Witness 1: Martin Thomas Ahearn

Witness 2: Charles E. Simonin

State Registration Deaths

Name: Declan Treacy

Registration District: Dungarvan

Registration Quarter and Year: Apr - Jun 1953

Estimated Birth Year: 1877

Age (at Death): 76

 

 

19th. June 1922 Photograph

Mr [T] Treacy, House & Shop, Barrack St. Waterford.

http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/P_WP_3037?loadLightbox=yes

 

Frank Murphy Shop sold in 1948 by his widow. 21 March 2015

 

 

Mr Tracey, Barrack St. House & Shop.

 

 

 

June 26, 1925 (II) Waterford South Ward – County Council Elections

(Ald.) Treacy (A.T.)

Jul 4, 1925 (IT) Free State Elections

Waterford...South...T. Treacy (S.F.)...

July 06, 1928 (ME) Waterford Municipal Election - South Ward No. 4

...Thomas Treacy...sixth count...Treacy...declared elected...

February 22, 1929 (ME) Waterford County Board of Public Assistance

A meeting of the above was held in Dungarvan...present...T. Tracey...

July 05, 1929 (ME) Election of Mayor

The annual meeting of the Waterford Corporation...present...T. Tracey...

 

9 September 1926 Cork Examiner

... Apply Mrs. Tracey, Aglish, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford.

 

1927 London Wills

Bridget Treacy of Barrack-street Waterford spinster died 11 August 1927 Administration London 3 September to Catherine Murphy widow. Effects £126.2.0 in England.

 

1928 Irish Mission for Immigrant Girls in New York City

Mollie Treacy, 1928, 20 years, from Waterford. Sponsor: Peter Ormond; Mrs. T. J. conway 1668 View Ave. New York City. cousin (Carinthia - September 30 1928)

 

1931 Cappoquin

Tr(e)ac(e)y & Dunne, Main Street, Confectioners, Grocers, Tobacconists, Newsagents & Stationers

 

17 July 1937 Dungarvan Observer.

The troops of friends and well wishers in Portlaw and purlieus, of Miss Rose Treacy, Kildallon, Co. Cavan, extend cordial felicitations to her on her marriage to Mr James Coe. Miss Treacy who was formerly attached to the Marchioness of Waterford's domestic staff at Curraghmore House, won the sum of £5000 with a half-share in the "Sweet Afton" ticket which drew Laurett II in the Cambridgeshire Sweep last year.

 

Families By Ontario Genealogical Society 1996

C.J. Tracey, Sligo

John Tracey, Carlow

William Tracey, Waterford

 

 

 

Anne Marie Treacy

Anne-Marie Treacy, Lecturer in Music RWD B06, Music Department, University of Wolverhampton, Gorway Road, Walsall WS1 3BD, England. a.treacy@wlv.ac.uk

Born into a musical family in Waterford, Ireland, I experienced an eclectic range of music during my formative years having attended everything from Waterford’s annual festival of Light Opera to “Spraoi”, a celebration of street music and art as well as traditional sessions of Irish music in pubs throughout Ireland. Along the way I also developed a keen interest in history. Currently I am working on French and English music c.1300-c.1450 analysing compositional style in the Old Hall Manuscript, Ms. Ivrea, and the Apt manuscript. I am also exploring issues of patronage and political commentary in the early poetry (pre- Canterbury Tales) of Geoffrey Chaucer and the music and poetry of Guillaume de Machaut including Le Remede de Fortune, and Le Jugement de Roi de Behaingne. Other interests include performance aspects of Medieval English Drama and I have worked specifically on the function of music in York 45: The Assumption of the Virgin. In addition, I have produced medieval plays for The Granary Theatre, University College Cork, including Fulgens and Lucres and Adam de la Halle’s Jeu de Robin et Marion. In addition, I am director of the University of Wolverhampton’s Early Music Ensemble, Réaltanna, which performs a repertoire of both instrumental and vocal music from the medieval and renaissance periods. Increasingly Réaltanna are also extending their repertoire to include both traditional Irish folktunes and compositions by contemporary Irish composers such as Michael McGlynn and Shaun Davey

1997. MA in Medieval Music & English Literature. National University of Ireland: University College Cork. (2.1)

1995. BA in Music and English. University of Ireland: University College Cork. (2.1).

 

 

 

 

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Joe Tracy (1872/3-1959)

He was one of the first American car drivers to win International standing.

Born in County Waterford, Ireland, in 1872-3 he emigrated to the United States at the age of 18 or 19 and later became an American citizen. Soon after, he became a professional chauffeur and race driver.

In 1899 Tracy drove a one-cylinder motor bicycle and while cruising down Broadway he saw his first car. Answering and ad one day he presented himself as a mechanic and set about working on his first car for a wealthy patron. Additional clients who needed instruction in the operation and maintenance of these new machines began to come his way.

Soon he was racing. Tracy participated in the 1904 Daytona-Beach Tournament driving a Peerless to second place in a 5-mile race. Also in 1904 he entered the first Vanderbilt Cup race but never made it past the second lap. In 1905, he won second place in a 100-mille event in Havana, Cuba. He also drove in the 1905 Gordon Bennett Race held in France, but completed only two laps after stripping gears of his Locomobile. Tracy was chosen by the ACA to represent the United States in the Gordon Bennett Race over the Auvergne Circuit but his race ended with a stripped second gear.

Joe Tracy's greatest racing successes were driving Locomobiles at the Vanderbilt Cup Races held on Long Island. He was the only driver to particpate in the first five races associated with this historic series (1904 Vanderbilt Cup Race, the 1905 American Elimination Race, the 1905 Vanderbilt Cup Race, the 1906 American Elimination Race, and the 1906 Vanderbilt Cup Race). His best results were third place in the 1905 Vanderbilt Cup Race and first place in the 1906 American Elimination Race. In all five races, Al Poole drove along side Tracy as the mechanic.

His racing career ended soon after the 1906 race. He became a consulting engineer for the automotive industry. Joe Tracy died on March 20, 1959 at Long Island, NY at the age of 86.

 

Ref:

http://www.grandprixhistory.org/drivers_us.htm

http://www.vanderbiltcupraces.com/drivers/bio/tracy

YouTube:

A Tribute to Joe Tracy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEdXG8CwAhI

The Last Race for Old 16 and Joe Tracy? (1946) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udTbxEVDS2w

 

Kelvin Smith Library Manuscript Collection

Tracy, Joseph (1872-1959) Automobile racing pioneer

AMs, 27pp, varied sizes cut and pasted together, n.p. n.d. Speech comprising reminiscences of automobile races ca. 1890-1910. Written on reverse sides of business advertisement for Tracy's company: "Economy Tune-Up Service". Fair. Significant wear and chipping at tops and bottoms of pages. From the History of Science Collection.

http://library.case.edu/ksl/collections/special/manuscripts/smith/

 

[Note:The closest match I could find was Joseph Treacy b. 23 November 1869 Waterford Waterford (LDS) son of Peter Treacy & Bridget Harney]

 

 

 

 FAMILY HISTORIES

 

Ann Treacy m. Murth Mckenzie 1817 Waterford & Lismore

 

Catherine Tracey Bonfield

Birth:   Jul. 20, 1836 County Waterford, Ireland

Death: Jan. 18, 1912 Eganville Ontario, Canada

Spouse: James Bonfield (1821 - 1883)*

Burial: Saint James the Less R.C. Cemetery Eganville, Ontario, Canada

Created by: Donna McGinty Record added: Oct 07, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 59719403

 

Danial Tracy (b.c. 1844 Co Waterford, Ireland d. 03 Mar 1928 Bloomington, McLean, Illinois, Burial 06 Mar 1928 St Marys Cemetery) Aged 84, Occupation: laborer

 

Daniel Tracy of Co. Waterford, Ireland & Kate O'Brion of Co. Sligo, Ireland

Margaret Sheridan (b. 18 Apr 1877 Bloomington, Illinois d. 26 Jan 1944 Bloomington, McLean, Illinois Burial 29 Jan 1944 St. Mary's Cemetery)

Occupation:     Housewife

Residence:       Bloomington, McLean, Illinois

Spouse:            Frank Sheridan

 

David Tracey

James Michael b. 1836 Waterford Waterford d. 23 July 1915 (LDS)

 

Elizabeth Tracy m. Thomas Hudson 1832 Waterford & Lismore

 

Ellen Tracy (d. of Thomas Tracy, 22 years) m. John Armstrong (s. of John Armstrong, 24 years) 24 Jan 1847 

 

George Treacey m. Honora Dorney 1787 Waterford & Lismore

 

Hannah Treacy m. Joseph Delahunt 1811 Waterford & Lismore

 

James Tracy, 36 years, single, b. Co. Waterford, Ireland (s. of William & Honora Fleming) m. Ellen Munnelly, single, (d. of Thomas & Mary Doherty) 12 Jan 1892 Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts

 

John Tracey & Catherine Moroney

Johanna b. 22 December 1867 (LDS)

 

Joanna Tracey m. Mathew Mcnemara 1783 Waterford & Lismore

 

Johanna Tracey & James Walsh

John, 23.11.1866, Waterford

Richard, 28.04.1869, "Kill, Waterford"

 

Mary Anne Tracy b. 1850 m. John Fling 1871 Waterford (LDS)

 

Mary Tracy b. 1842 Waterford m. Thomas Power 1863 Waterford (LDS)

 

Michael Tr(e)ac(e)y & Mary Carroll

Thomas b. 22.02.1869, Waterford (KTJ) (LDS) (Carrick-on-Suir 1869 4 739)

 

Patrick Tracy (b. County Waterford) & Ellen Whalen (b: County Waterford)

Children:

Katherine Veronica TRACY m. Gordon Clifford DANIELS (b: 26 JAN 1886 in Greenfield, Saratoga, NY) 3 NOV 1928 in Greenfield, Saratoga, NY,

 

Thomam Tracy (Waterford) m. Birgittam Madden, St. Nicholas', Liverpool England. 19th century.

 

Thomas Treacy

Mary Treacey m. William Keane 17/1/1891 at Waterford (Waterford 1891 2nd quarter 4 413)

 

Thomas Tracy, 33 years, widow (s. of Denis Tracy) m. Bridget Veale, 31 years, single (d. of Edmond Veale) 24 Nov 1867 Waterford, Ireland

 

 

 Aglish (West Waterford)

 

Ellen Treacy, 24 years, single (d. of Thomas Treacy) m. Patrick Walsh, 58 years, widower (s. of Patrick Walsh) 06 Jun 1865 Aglish, Waterford, Ireland

 

John Treacy & Margaret O’Brien

Margaret b. 18 September 1870 Whitechurch (LDS)

 

John Treacy, 23 years, single (s. of Michael Treacy) m. Bridget Power, 27 years, single (d. of Patrick Power) 23 Feb 1865 White Church, Dungarvan, Waterford, Ireland

John Treacy & Bridget Power

Michael Treacy b. 25 December 1865 Whitechurch (LDS)

Mary Treacy b. 28 Apr 1867 Whitechurch (LDS)

William Treacy b. 19 Apr 1869 Whitechurch (LDS)

Margaret Treacy b. 1 May 1871 Whitechurch (LDS)

Patrick b. 10 August 1873 Whitechurch (LDS)

Anne b. 15 March 1876 (LDS)

Lawrence b. 25 September 1877 Ballingown (LDS)

 

John Treacy & ???

Margaret Treacy born & died 10 December 1870 Whitechurch (LDS)

 

Thomas Treacy, 24 years, single (s. of Thomas Treacy) m. Alice Bransfield, 24 years, single, (d. of Redmond Bransfield) 21 Feb 1867 Dungarvan, Waterford, Ireland

Thomas Tr(e)ac(e)y & Alice Bransfield

John Tracy b. 15 January 1868 Whitechurch (LDS)

Ellen b. 2 April 1871 White Church (LDS)

Margaret Treacy b. 7 August 1873 Whitechurch (LDS)

Declan Tracy 23rd July 1876, Waterford (LDS) [State Reg: Tracy, Declan, Dungarvan, 1876 14 683]

          Declan Tracy, 36 years, 1913 "Franconia" Queenstown to Boston

15 July 1916 & 14 October 1916 Cambridge Chronicle [Massachusetts]

Declan Treacy, a chauffeur…

12 September 1918 Draft Registration - South Braintree no 36, Massachusetts, United States 

Declan Treacy b. 24 Jul 1874 Great Britain, 448 Middle St Braintree Norfolk Mass

Oiler at More Riven Shipbuilding Corp, Quincy, Norfolk, Mass

Nearest Relative: Mary McNaught, 448 Middle St Braintree Norfolk Mass

[Signature]

Medium Height, Medium Hair, Brown Eyes, Black Hair

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-25964-31516-21?cc=1968530&wc=M9SG-QF5:n811105605

1920 US Census - Quincy Ward 2, Norfolk, Massachusetts

Declan Treacy, age 41 [b.c. 1879] Ireland, Single 

1924 Naturalisation - Massachusetts 

Declan Treacy, Birth Year: [illegible], Spouse's Name: [illegible] 

Declan Treacy m. Jan - Mar 1930 Lismore Ireland (LDS) 4 357

Declan Treacy, d. Apr - Jun 1953 Dungarvan Ireland, age 76 [b.c. 1877] (LDS)  

Reomond Tracy b. 3 Nov 1878 Sylich Waterford (LDS) [State Reg: Tracy, Redmond, Dungarvan, 4th Quarter 1878 4 635]

 

Thomas Tracey m. to Alice (IV) Bransfield with

MJohn Tracey 1868-

FEllen Tracey 1871-

FMargaret Tracey 1873-

MDeclan Tracey 1876-

MThomas Tracey 1876- [Error?]

http://gw0.geneanet.org/asaubolle?lang=en;pz=melissa;nz=fullick;ocz=0;p=thomas;n=tracey

 

Margaret Tracey Grandaunt of John Tracey

Hi,

I believe that Margaret Tracey, Grandaunt of John Tracey (born June 4, 1957 in Villierstown) married Michael Fleming, Flemings Pub, Grange.

They had 5 children – 1 daughter and 4 sons.

John ‘Jack Fleming 1906 – 1980

Hannah ‘Cis’ Fleming 1907 – 1996

Michael Fleming 1908

Thomas ‘Tom’ Fleming  1911 – 1989

Eddie ‘Br Conleth’ Fleming

Michael Fleming’s sister Bridget married John Terry, Ardmore who were my Great grandparents.

Regards,

Ann Ann Smiddy annsmiddy@blueyonder.co.uk 18 January 2013

[State Reg: Margaret Tracy m. Edmond Fleming Youghal Jul - Sep 1904 vol 4 page 421] [see 1911 census]

 

7 May 1891 Freeman's Journal

Thomas Treacy, Aglish, Co Waterford.

 

20 March 1943 Dungarvan Leader. Death of Mrs Mary Treacy, Aglish [pdf]

Regretted Passing of a Popular Lady...Mrs Mary Treacy, which occurred at her residence, Main Street, Aglish...was a member of the well-known Murray family, Tourin, Cappoquin and was relict of the late Mr William Treacy, brother of Mr Redmond Treacy PC, Baker and General Merchant, Villerstown; Mr Declan Tracey, Publican, do; and Rev Brother Benignus Tracey, OSA, Dublin, who was well and popularly known as a brilliant teacher on the staff of the Augustinian College, Dungarvan, many years ago...The chief mourners included Michael Treacy (son), Miss May Treacy (daughter), Miss Elizabeth Murray, Tourin, and Mrs B Ronayne, Dromore (sisters), Daniel and Michael Murray, Tourin (brothers), Mrs E Fleming, Grange (sister-in-law, Miss Cis Flemming do, Daniel and Michael Murray (junr) do, and Denis Murray, do and Thomas Whelan do (nephews) the Misses Lola and Betty Murray, do, Miss Betty Ronayne, Dromore, Mrs M Daly, Fermoy, Mrs D O'Sullivan do, Miss Chris Whelan do (nices) Mrs D Murray, Tourin and Mrs M Murray do (sisters-in-law)...Jack Treacy do [Villerstown]...

 

4 September 1943 Dungarvan Leader

Death of Mr J Moore, Villierstown

One of Villerstown oldest and most respected inhabitants Mr John Moore, quietly passed to his eternal reward on Tuesday morning after a comparatively brief illness. Deceased was an ex-Sergeant of the old RIC and had been a resident of Villierstown for over 35 years, and during his long residenceA in this pretty village his upright honourable and unblemished character had made him a warm favourite amongst all classes of the public. He was brother-in-law of Rev Brother Benignus Tracy, Augustinian Order, Dublin Mr Declan Tracy, Publican, Villierstown; and Mr Redmond Tracy, PC. Baker and General Merchant do. and was father of Superlntendent J. J Moore GS Fermoy, andr Miss M Moore Villerstown.

 

 

 

June 20, 1986 Dungarvan Leader

 

Fr. William Treacy of the Augustinian Order in Dungarvan celebrated the Golden Jubilee of his ordination. Fr. Treacy, a native of Villierstown, was ordained in Dublin in June, 1936 and served I in Australia, England and Irehand.

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Treacy Brothers of Waterford

 

 

John Treacy (Marathon Man) born June 4, 1957 in Villierstown near Dungarvan, County Waterford. Educated Providence University RI, MBA degree.

1974 & 1975 3rd place junior events World Cross Country championships.

All-American in cross-country in 1976, 1977, and 1978; and All-American in indoor and outdoor track in 1978, the NCAA three-mile champion in 1978, and the all-time Friar record holder at 3,000 meters, 10,000 meters, and two miles.

1978 (Glasgow) & 1979 (Limerick) World Cross-Country champion 

1979 Silver medal, European junior 5000 meters.

1984 Silver medal, Marathon, Olympic Games Los Angeles (2:09.56).  

Winner of the Irish 5000 meters between 1978 to 1984 and 10000 meters between 1985 to 1987. Irish track records 3000 meters 1980 (7:45.22), 5000 meters 1984 (13:16.81), 10000 meters 1989 (27:55.80)  & 20000 meters 1987 (61:10.1)

Texaco Sportstar Award for Athletics 1978, 1979 & 1984 and Supreme Sportstar 1979.

1992 (Los Angles) & 1993 (Dublin) Marathon winner.

He is one of four Irishmen to have competed in four Olympic Games and the first sportsman to be given the freedom of Waterford City. He is also an Honorary Fellow of Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT). In 2004 he was inducted into the Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame. In November 2009, he was the third athlete to be inducted into the Athletic Ireland Hall of Fame.

 

He is currently chief executive of the Irish Sports Council. He is married to Fionnuala and they have four children, Caoimhe and Deirdre, Sean and Conor. Sean played semipro rugby in Ireland and with the USA’s under-19s and under-20s teams before relocating to Boston.

(see also politics)

 

Ray Treacy

 

Ray Treacy born 1954 Villierstown Waterford

Winner of the Irish 10000 meters 1979.

Now regarded as one of the top College coaches in the USA.

Position: Dir. of Track & Cross Country Operations, Providence College

Alma Mater: Providence College RI 1982

He is Head Coach of the men's and women's cross country teams.

In November 2013, he was named Northeast Women's Coach of the Year by his peers, after an impressive six team victories in the season. In 30 seasons, he has been one of the nation's most successful coaches, coaching 59 All-Americans, who have received 159 All-America accolades. He has also coached 13 NCAA Individual Champions in cross country and track, 44 BIG EAST Individual Champions and 11 Olympians. In addition, his teams have captured one NCAA Cross Country Championship, 13 NCAA Northeast Regional Cross Country Championships, 21 BIG EAST Cross Country Titles and 20 New England Championships.

http://friars.collegesports.com/sports/m-track/mtt/treacy_ray00.html

http://www.friars.com/sports/m-xc/mtt/treacy_ray01.html

 

 

John Treacy Long-Distance & Cross-Country Runner

...The Treacy family has been based in Villierstown for many generations. According to the 1911 Census, John’s grandfather ‘Redmond Tracy’ was born in 1877 and worked as a baker. By the time John’s late father Jack was born in 1916, Redmond had added a general store to the bakery. In his youth, Jack drove a horse and cart around the surrounding parish, delivering bread every morning.

Jack managed to stave off marriage until he was 37 years old. ‘He had a good bachelor hood, you know that sort of a way’, laughs John. He kept fit playing both Gaelic football and rugby at local level but, says John, ‘his real passion was the greyhounds, both racing and coursing … from the time that I was a young lad, I remember my dad walking the dogs. He bred them and he sold them and he’d be looking for new one’s all the time. He’d deal on the phone and seal it with a handshake. They call them “doggy men”!’

Jack’s wife Gertie O’Brien came from the neighboring village of Aglish where her family had a convenience shop and post office. They had four children – Patricia in 1952, Ray in 1954 and the twins John and Liz in 1957. In 1963, Jack and Gertie closed down the bakery and opened up as a post office come telephone exchange’…

Interviews - Sporting Legends Of Ireland http://www.turtlebunbury.com/interviews/interviews_ireland/sporting%20legends/interviews_sports_john_treacy.html

 

1. Villierstown Village

Villierstown Village on a sunny day. The fourth house from the right of the photograph is Treacy’s Bakery, Shop & Post Office. It is the birthplace of John Treacy, Irish international athlete. At the top of the street is Villierstown Lodge and the gates to Dromana House.

Number : TT43 Image/Photo Date : Circa 1950 Photographer/Artist : Tobin, Tom

2. Teachers And Pupils Of Aglish National School

Teachers and pupils of Aglish National School posing for a photograph outside the school building. In the photograph from left to right, front row: John Connery, P.J. Connery, Michael Fenton, John O’ Brien, Pat Fitzgerald, Rowland O’ Connell and Michael Treacy. Middle row from left to right: Mickey Downing (kneeling), Tommy O’Connell, Nora O’Brien, Patricia O’ Grady, Brigid Connery, Ann Guiry, Ronnie Beston, Ann Beston, Mary O’Brien, Kathleen Guiry and Richard Cummins. Back row from left to right: Ms. Bríd Corrie (teacher), Jimmy Downing, Johnny Treacy, Margaret Lineen, Marie O’ Grady, Kathleen Lineen, Joan Fenton, Joanie Coughlan, Willie Joe Treacy, Harry Davis, Tom Connery and Mr. Tom Lineen (Principal/ Teacher).

Number : TT169 Image/Photo Date : Circa 1957 Photographer/Artist : Tom Tobin

 

 

 Ardmore & Grange (West Waterford)

 

James Tr(e)ac(e)y & Johanna(h) Hickey

John b. 30/5/1864 Ardmore, Waterford (LDS)

James b. 06 Feb 1867 Ardmore, Wat, Ire (LDS)

Hanora Tracy b. 17 March 1870 Ardmore (LDS)

Ellen b. 19 April 1873 Ardmore (LDS)

Patrick Treacy b. 20 March 1876 Ballycurrane (LDS)

Thomas Treacy b. 10 Feb 1880 Claddagh (LDS)

James Tracy & Johanna Hickey

Children:

Has ChildrenHanora (Nora) TRACY (b: ? in Waterford, Ireland d. 1949 in St. Paul, Minnesota) m. Patrick Delaney (b: 1865 in Ballydrennan, Tipperary, Ireland) St. Paul, Minnesota

Children:

Patrick Joseph DELANEY b: ? in St. Paul, Minnesota

John DELANEY b: ? in St. Paul, Minnesota

James DELANEY b: ? in St. Paul, Minnesota

Living DELANEY

 

James Tracy married Winifred Geraghty 8 Jun 1892 Ramsey, Minnesota, United States

James Tracy, b. Ireland & Winifred Geraghty, b. Ireland

James Tracy, Jr. b. 6 Jun 1895 Saint Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota

James Tracy, 37 years, b. Waterford, Ireland & Winifred M. 34 years, b. Mayo, Ireland

John Patrick Tracy b. 05 Jun 1904 bapt. 19 Jun 1904 Saint Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota

 

1900 Census - Election District 13 St. Paul city Ward 8, Ramsey, Minnesota {Geraghtys live nex door]

James Tracy Head       M            33           Ireland, b. Nov 1866, emigrated 1884, na, Insurance agent

Winnifred Tracy          Wife       F             30           Ireland, married 8 years, 3 children

Edward Tracy             Son         M            7             Minnesota

James Tracy Son         M            5             Minnesota

Mary Tracy  Daughter                F             1             Minnesota

 

1930 Census - St Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, United States

James Tracy Head       M            63           Ireland, emigrated 1884, Insurance Fire Automobile

Winnfried Tracy          Wife       F             60           Ireland

James Tracy Jr.            Son         M            32           Minnesota, Insurance Fire Automobile

Mary A Tracy              Daughter                F             29           Minnesota, school teacher High School

John P Tracy                Son         M            25           Minnesota, station gasoline

Joseph P Tracy            Son         M            22           Minnesota

Thomas Tracy              Son         M            19           Minnesota

Bridget A Geraghty    Sister-in-law          F             47           Ireland

 

Edward J Tracy died 27 Mar 1952 6234 So Dorchester Ave Chicago, Cook, Illinois, 65 years, Married, Occupation: Guard, born 1887 St Paul Minnesota, (s. of James Tracy & Winford Garity)

Buried Calvary St Paul Minnesota

Informant: John E Tracy

 

Bridget Tracey, Date of Death 03 Feb 1912, 1 day, Ballycurrane Ardmore, farmers child, father Patrick Treacy.

Bridget Treacy, Date of Death 03 Feb 1912, aged 1 day, Ballycurrane Ardmore, father Patrick Treacy.

Declan Treacy, Witness to death of brother-in-law John Ryan publican farmer Newtown Ardmore 08 Jan 1902

Johanna Tracy, Date of Death 24 Feb 1905, 65 years, Lickabeg Ardmore, wife of labourer, daughter Collen Tracy.

Patrick Treacy, Date of Death 04 Feb 1912, aged 2 days, Ballycurrane Ardmore, father Patrick Tracey farmer.

 

 

Ruadhan Treacy, Newtown School, Waterford

The first ever All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad was organized over the winter and spring terms in 2009. We invited Transition-year and 5th-year students in Ireland and Northern Ireland with an interest in languages and good analytical skills to put them together, learn about linguistics, and participate in this fun competition, with a view to representing Ireland in the International Linguistics Olympiad in Poland. About 15 schools replied to the invitation, and we arranged for a researcher or staff member from CNGL to visit the schools once or twice between December and February to conduct training sessions. The Olympiad itself took place at DCU in Dublin on Monday April 27th 2009. Despite a bus strike, 97 students from 12 schools took part in the team and individual competitions. The problems were very difficult, and the standard achieved was very high. Congratulations to all participants.

Results - Individual competition

Winner: Dylan Coburn Gray, Mount Temple School, Malahide, Dublin

2nd place: Kieran Fleming, St Caimin's Community School, Shannon, Co Clare

3rd place: Ruadhan Treacy, Newtown School, Waterford

 

International Linguistics Olympiad

Ireland was represented for the first time at the 7th International Linguistics Olympiad which took place in July 2009, in Wroclaw, Poland. The team was as follows:

- Kieran Fleming, St Caimin's Community School, Shannon, Co Clare

- Ruadhan Treacy and Stephen Ennis, Newtown School, Waterford

- Aislinn McGuire, Mount Temple School, Dublin

and was accompanied by Hugh Dobbs, who had trained the winning team from Newtown School, and Harold Somers, Cara Greene from DCU, who had organized the AILO.

The Jury of the Seventh International Olympiad in Theoretical, Mathematical and Applied Linguistics, after having examined and graded the papers of all participants is pleased to announce the following Honourable Mentions: ...Ruadhan Treacy, Ireland...

http://www.cngl.ie/news.html

 

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The Irish team at the ILO. L to R: Hugh Dobbs (trainer), Ruadhan Treacy, Aislinn McGuire, Stephen Ennis, Kieran Fleming, Harold Somers, Cara Greene. The picture was taken on the terrace of Wroclaw University's Institute of Mathematics, overlooking the Oder river.

 

 

 

 

 Cappoquin (West Waterford)

 

William Tracey, born: Aylish, Capperguin, Waterford; Age at attestation: 23; Attested: Woolwich; Joined in: 1841; Discharge reason: Paid £20; Discharge year: 1847. Folios 3-4.

Admiralty: Royal Marines: Attestation Forms

http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/catalogue/displaycataloguedetails.asp?CATLN=7&CATID=-5536327

 

Margartam Treacy married Laurentium Dennehy 18 Feb 1817 Wit: Maria Healy & Joanna Boler. £4.11.0 Cappoquin Parish

Margaritha Tracey & Laurentii Dennehy

Mariam Dennehy b. 17 Nov 1817 Sp. Mathes Tracey & Maria Keresy. Cappoquin Parish

 

Margaritam Treacy married Gulielmum Ronane 17 May 1820 Wit: Cappoquin Parish

Margaritae Tracey & Gulielmi Ronayne/Ronan of Cappoquin

Joannem Ronayne b. 24 Feb 1821 Sp. Georgio Fitzmaurice & Maria Dennehy. Cappoquin Parish

Annam Ronayne b. 30 Oct 1822 Sp. Michaele Foley & Johanna Green. Cappoquin Parish

Honoram Ronan b. 22 Oct 1824 Sp. Gulielmo Murphy & Ellena Murphy. Cappoquin Parish

Lucam Ronayne b. 8 Nov 1826 Sp. Edmundo Beale Cappoquin Parish

Ellenoram Ronayn b. 2 Mar 1834 Sp. Richard Walsh & Margarita Donohoe Cappoquin Parish

Simonum Ronayne b. 10 Feb 1839 Sp. Joanne Murray & Anna Tracey. Cappoquin Parish

 

Margaritae Tracey & Danielis Kennedy of Cappoquin

Daniel Kennedy b. 27 May 1823 Sp. Patrites Davis & Elizabetha Hubart. Cappoquin Parish

 

Lucan Treacy married Johannan Green 13 Feb 1822 Wit: Gulieloma Roonane & Joannan Treacy Cappoquin Parish

Lucas Tracey & Johannae Green

Joannem Tracey b. 16 May 1823 Sp Michael Gready & Margarita Tracy. Cappaquin Parish

Annam Tracey b. 8 Nov 1824 Sp. Mathia Tracy & Bridgida King. Cappaquin Parish

Lucam Tracey & Johannae Galavan

Matteam Tracey b. 19 Jul 1826 Sp.Gulielmi Hely & Margarita Keligrew.  Cappaquin Parish

 

Jacobum Treacy married Mariam Browning 29 Nov 1822 Wit: Maria Halam & Catherina Walsh. Cappaquin Parish

Jacobi Tracey & Annae Brown/Browning

Mariam Tracey b. 11 Nov 1823 Sp. Mathia Tracey & Margarita Tracey. Cappaquin Parish

Annam Tracey b. 26 Sep 1825 Sp. Thoma Keane & Elenora Hartery. Cappaquin Parish

Ellenam Tracy b. 3 Oct 1830 Sp. Joanne Green & Elizabetha FlahertyCappaquin Parish

 

Joannis Tracey & Maria Doocey

Elizabetham Tracey b. 26 Jul 1823 Sp. Edmunduo Walsh & Catherina Callaghan. Cappaquin Parish

Mariam Tracey b. 13 Jan 1832 Sp. Jacobo Dalton & Margarita Fitzgerald. Cappaquin Parish

 

Matheum Treacy married Brigdam Satchel 25 Jan 1824 Wit: Teranius Qomme? Joanne Walsh & Davido Troy £3.10.0. Cappoquin Parish

Matheo Tracey & Mariae/Mararita/Brigida Satchell/Satsell of Cappaquin

Joannem Tracey b. 4 Nov 1824 Sp. Joanne Troy & Elizabetha Tatchell. Cappaquin Parish

Margaretam Tracey b. 11 Jul 1828 Sp Michaele Keane & Johanna Morrissey. Cappaquin Parish

Mariam Tracey b. 6 Jun 1830 Sp. Daniele Daley, Patritis Costin & Maria Keane. Cappaquin Parish

Michaelem Tracey b. 20 Aug 1838 Sp. Thomas Merman & Maria Foley Cappaquin Parish

Mathiae Tracey & Brigidae Gatrell [Tatsell]

Brigidam Tracey b. 22 Jun 1834 Sp. Gulielmo Ronayne & Maria Dennehy. Cappaquin Parish

Mathiae Tracey & Brigdae Gatrell [Satsell]

Mathiae Tracey b. 18 Jun 1835 Sp. Gulielms Murphy & Honnae Waters. Cappaquin Parish

Mathew Tracey & Brigida Russel [Tatsill]

Gulielmum Tracy b. 20 Jun 1841 Sp Joannes Dunne & Maria Lenard? Cappaquin Parish

Mathin Tracey & Brigdai Stache [Tatsale]

Lucan Tracey b. 27 Sep 1843 Sp Jacobo Walsh & Maria Dunne Cappaquin Parish

 

Joannem Treacy married Annam Meany 23 Feb 1824 Wit: Ricardo Walsh & Jacobo Walsh. Cappoquin Parish

 

Luaan Tracey married Honoram Richard 24 Nov 1828 Cappoquin Parish

 

Mariae Tracey & Danielis ???

Mariam Tracey Illeg b. 24 Feb 1830 Sp. Michaele Davis & Ellena Keeffe. Cappaquin Parish

 

Mathie Tracey & Elizabetha Joice/Loies/Louie

Margaritam Tracey b. 24 Feb 1831 Sp Mathia Tracey & Honora Waters. appaquin Parish

Joannem Tracy b. 8 Jul 1834 Sp Patritus Davis & Anna Tracey. Cappaquin Parish

Matheum Tracey b. 12 Oct 1836 Sp. Luca Tracey & Maria Dennhy Cappaquin Parish

 

Elizabetham Treacy married Gulielmum Coleman 20 May 1831 Wit: Edwardo Dinge & Elizabetha Green. Cappaquin Parish

 

Catherinae Tracey & Mathia Morrison

Joannem Morrison b. 30 Apr 1833 Sp Lucam Tracey & Maria Dennehy. Cappoquin Parish

 

Lucae Tracey & Honorae Waters

Joannem Tracey b. 3 Mar 1830 Sp Thoma Keily & Margarita Dee. Cappaquin Parish

Elleneoram Tracey b. 22 July 1832 Sp Edwardo Barry & Maria Keeffe. Cappaquin Parish

Mariam Tracey b. 5 Feb 1835 Sp. CGualteris Kerressy & Brigida Doocey. Cappaquin Parish

 

Lucam/Lucas Tracey & Catherina Kelly

Margaritam Tracey b. 3 Nov 1838 Sp Jacobo Kennedy & Anna Tracey. Cappaquin Parish

Elizabetham Tracey b. 16 Sep 1840 Sp Thoma Barry & Maria Fitzgerald. Cappaquin Parish

Lucas Tracy & Catherina

Gulielmum Tracey b. 30 Jan 1843 Sp Thoma Sweeny & Maria Anna Lennon. Cappaquin Parish

 

Maria Tracey & Rogerii Kelly

Margarita Kelly b. 30 Jul 1839 Sp. Thoma Barthe & Catherinia Foley. Cappoquin Parish

 

Patricium Treacy married Anitam Garman 27 Nov 1840 Wit: Mathia Garman & Michale Garman? £4.0.0 Cappoquin Parish

 

Lucae Tracey & Margaritae Lynch

Mariam Tracey b. 30 Jan 1842 Sp. Timothii McNamara & Julia Flynn Cappaquin Parish

Margaritam Tracey b. 14 Mar 1843 Sp Patritio McNamara & Maria Tracey. Cappaquin Parish

Ellenoram Tracey b. 3 Nov 1844 Sp. Matheo Tracey & Maria Donnely. Cappaquin Parish

Brigidam Tracey b. 21 May 1850 Sp. Jodune Devan & Anna Brien. Cappaquin Parish

Mathie Tracey & Margarita Lynch

Mathium Tracey b. 15 Apr 1847 Sp. Joanna Tracey & Anna Troy. Cappaquin Parish

 

Anna Tracey & David Troy

Margarita Troy b. 29 Jun 1841 Sp. Joanne Troy & Maria Dennehy Cappoquin Parish

Mariam Troy b. 3 Oct 1842 Sp. Jacobo Walsh & Julia Murray. Cappoquin Parish

Annam Troy b. 15 Jun 1844 Sp. Gulielmo Troy & Maria Browne. Cappoquin Parish

David Troy b. 2 Dec 1845 Sp. David Troy & Margarita Dennehy. Cappoquin Parish

 

Brigidae Tracey & Gullelmi Prior

Johannam Prior b. 13 Mar 1843 Sp Patritio Donnell & Ellenora Sweeny. Cappoquin Parish

Mariam Prior b. 19 Mar 1844 Sp Gulielmo Moroney & Maria Doran. Cappoquin Parish

Joannem Prior b. 25 Jan 1846 Sp Patritio Riordan & Catherina Prior Cappoquin Parish

 

Annam Tracy married Thomam Wallace Sep 1854 Wit: Anna Tracy & Michael Driscol. Cappaquin Parish

 

Annam Tracy married Michaelem Sargeantt 25 Jan 1855. Cappaquin Parish

Annae Tracey & Michaelis Sargent 0f Mill Street

Catherina Sargent b. 10 Nov 1855 Sp Joanne Tatsell & Maria Hackett. Cappoquin Parish

Jacobum Sargent b. 11 Jun 1857 Sp Joanne Curran & Margarita Collender. Cappoquin Parish

Mathiam Sargent b. 22 Mar 1859 Sp. Cornelis Sargent & Catherina Geary. Cappoquin Parish

Mariam Sargent b. 26 May 1862 Sp Thomas Wallace & Maria Tracey. Cappoquin Parish

Gullelmum Sargent b. 16 Oct 1863 Sp. Michaele Tracey & Maria Geary. Cappoquin Parish

Brigidam Sargent b. 20 Sep 1865 Sp Thoma Geary & Maria Anna Dynah. Cappoquin Parish

Cornelium Sargent b. 23 Apr 1867 Sp Mathia Tracey & Johanna Tatsell. Cappoquin Parish

Annan Sargent b. 21 Mar 1869 Sp Mathia Tracey & Ellen Neill. Cappoquin Parish

Margaritam Sargent b. 21 Mar 1869 Sp. Michaele Tracy & Margarita Tracy. Cappoquin Parish

Helena Sargent b. 12/16 Jun 1872 Sp Matheus Treacy & Catherina Sargent. Cappoquin Parish

 

Mariae Tracey & Thomae Wallace

Jacobum Wallace b. 24 Jul 1855 Sp. Michael Sargent & Catherina Driscolll. Cappoquin Parish

 

Joanem Tracy married Mariam Brown 1 Aug 1858 Wit Patrictius Tims & Joanes Prendergast. Cappaquin Parish

 

Matheum Tracey married Margaritam Stack 1 Dec 1861 Wit Michael Tracy & Anna Sargent. Cappoquin Parish

Mathew/Matthew/Mathias Tracey & Mariae Stack of Cappoquin

Brigidam Tracey b. 14 Jan 1863 Sp. Simon Daly & Maria Byrnes. Cappaquin Parish

Johannam Tracey b. 11 Apr 1866 Sp. Joanne Tracey & Maria Browne Cappaquin Parish. Johanna b. 8 April 1866 Cappoquin (LDS)

Mariam Tracey b. 26 Jul 1869 Sp. Joanne Foley & Helena Tracey? Cappaquin Parish. Mary b. 24 July 1869 Cappoquin (LDS)

Matheus Tracy b. 11 Feb 1972 Sp. Mathyis Tracy & Brigida Geary. Cappaquin Parish. Mathew b. 8 February 1872 (LDS)

Anna Tracy b. 25 Sep 1875 Sp. Jacobo Langan? & Marina Sargent? Cappaquin Parish/ Anne b. 25 September 1875 (LDS)

Mauritius Tracey b. 2/7 Mar 1879 Sp. Michaelis Tracy & Bridgida Tracy. Cappaquin Parish

 

Mathia Tracey & Brigidae Griffin

Brigdam Tracey b. 29 Jul 1862 Sp. Johanna Keeffe Cappaquin Parish

 

 

Michaelis Tracey/Treacy & Hannah/Norah/Hannoria Feeney/Feenan of Cappoquin

Brigida Maria Tracey b. 24/27 Feb 1876 Sp. Michaelo & Catherina Geary. Cappoquin Parish b. 15 Mar 1876 Waterford Waterford (LDS)

Matheas Tracey b. 19/20 Dec 1877 Sp. Francuis Foley & Catherina Targent Cappoquin Parish. Matthew Treacy b. 19th December 1877 Cappryman, Waterford (LDS)

James Tracy b. 15 June 1879 Sp. Joseph Clancy 2/6 & Margarita Maria Hayes 2/6. John Treacy Cappoquin Parish. b. 12 June 1879 Lismore (LDS)

 

Ellis Island

Mary Treacy, Lamberton USA, 1913, 23 years, single, father M Treacy, Cappoquin Co. Waterford. Non Immigrant Alien. lived 1906/1913 7 years Lamberton, to Brother Rev J.J. Treacy, Lamberton Minn. 5’5”, fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. b. Cappoquin Ireland. [Rev. John J. Treacy d. 2 Mar 1916 Hennepin, Minnesota, aged 34, s. of Michael Treacy & Nora Feney]

 

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12 April 1916 Cork Examiner

15 April 1916 Munster Express

 

Deaths

Bridget Tracy, Date of Death 13 Feb 1876, 76 years, Cook St Cappoquin, spinster.

John Tracy, Date of Death 11 Jan 1893, 59 years, Main St Cappoquin, Rural Postman, widower, brother Michael Tracy.

Julia Tracey, witness to death 24 Jul 1896 of Johanna Dunford spinster Barrack St or Mass Lane Cappoquin.

Luke Tracey, Date of Death 09 Nov 1870, 64 years, Main St Cappoquin, butcher, widower, informant Ellen Tracey.

Margaret Tracy, witness to Death 28 Oct 1866 of Mary Stanley Main St Cappoquin.

Mary Tracy, witness to Death 11 Mar 1868 Cornelius Sargint carpenters child Castle St Cappoquin.

Mary Tracy, witness to Death 16 Oct 1870 Ellen Sargint carpenters child, Mill St or Castle St Cappoquin.

Matthew Tracey, Date of Death 28 Oct 1881, 3 years, Main St Cappoquin, shopkeepers child, father Michael Tracey.

Michael Joseph Tracey, Date of Death 09 Oct 1886, 3 years, Main St Cappoquin, shopkeepers child, father Michael Tracey.

Michael Tracy, witness to Death 08 Feb 1879 Mary Feeny labourers wife, Back St or Main St Cappoquin.

 

 Carrickbeg (North Waterford)

 

William Tracy 32 years, single (s. of Walter Tracey) m. Catherine Ryan 28 years, single (d. of William Ryan) 01 Sep 1867 Carrick On Suir, Waterford, Ireland

 

Patrick Tracey

John Tracy bapt. 10th July 1841 Carrick-on-Suir.

Civil Service Evidence of Age

John Treacy b. 7 Jul 1841 Carrick-on-Suir, Waterford

 

Inscription: In loving memory of Richard & Ann Phelan Their Grandson John Treacy who died Jan 8th 1907 aged 21 years. Also his mother Margaret Treacy died September 16th 1915 R.I.P.

Graveyard: Churchtown, Dysert

Source: Decies: XXV; January 1984

 

 Clashmore & Kinsalebeg (West Waterford) see also Youghal, Co. Cork

 

David Treacy, widower (s. of John Treacy) m. Ellen Fitzgerald, single (d. of John Fitzgerald) 17 Feb 1867 Youghal, Waterford, Ireland

 

Margaret Tracy, single, (d. of Dalan [Declan?] Tracy) m. William Condon, single, (s. of Patrick Condon) 25 Jan 1868 Piltown, Co. Waterford, Ireland

 

Declan Tracy, Date of Death 29 Mar 1867, aged 76 years, Piltown Clashmore, married, farmer, informant Declan Tracy

Declan Tracy, Date of Death 02 Oct 1885, aged about 56 years, Piltown Clashmore, bachelor, farmer.

James Tracey, Date of Death 03 Apr 1911, 71 years, Ballycurrane Kinsalebeg Ardmore, farmer, widower, son-in-law Michael Barron.

Patrick Tracy, Date of Death 06 Jun 1864, 33 years, Shanacoole Clashmore, farmer, bachelor, brother Roger Tracy.

Patrick Tracy, Date of Death 29 Nov 1885, 71 years, Piltown Clashmore, RC priest, bachelor.

 

Name: Tracy, Bridget

Inscription: Erected by Declan Tracy in memory of his wife Bridget Tracy who departed this life February 21, 1876, aged 29 years. R.I.P. Amen.

Graveyard: Clashmore

Source: The Irish Genealogist Vol.2 No.8 1950

 

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1938 Clashmore, Co. Waterford)

 

On Pastimes

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On the election

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Redmond Treacy,

Creggs [Craggs],

Clashmore.

 

 

 

 

 

Áitainmneacha

Réamonn Ó Treasaigh,

Creagga.

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August 15, 1986 Dungarvan Leader

Outstanding Appointment

This week we are proud to bring to you the news, of the outstanding appointment of local man, Gerald Treacy, B.Sc. Hbns., C.T.G., clashmore to the County Dublin Vocational Education committee. This is a permanent post and Gerald will be. teaching at St. MacDarnagh College, Templeogue. Gerald. along with his parents Mary and John, have worked hard through his school years at Clashmore N.S., Ring College, Youghal C.B.S. and Thomond College, Limerick to achieve his present outstanding successful appointment. We all join in wishing him every success and happiness for the future.

 

 

 Clonmel St. Marys & Ss Peter and Paul  (North Waterford) (see also Tipperary)

 

See Clonmel Co. Tipperary

 

 

 Dungarvan (West Waterford)

 

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TRACEY

 

TREACY

Dungarven & Abbeyside, 1800's

 

Ballinacourty, Dungarvan

Cynthia Venditte

 

Eddie Cantwell

 

 

10 Buttery(South-Side) Tracey James Fisher 1.0.0 29 September 1834 21 Yrs (Yly Demise) Was a freeholder a proper man

6 St. Thomas Street: Flynn Ed Shoemaker       Michael Tracy also in house succeeded Bill Flynn who held for his own life @ 5/= from August 11/25 a proper man.

23 St. Thomas Street: Coughlan Wlm Lawyer 1.10.0 25 March 1842 10 Yrs (Yly Demise) Purchased from James Treacy for £7 ought to pay regularly

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Maria Tracy baptised 1838.

 

Michael Trac(e)y & Margaret Whealon/Whelan

Bridget b. 5 December 1864 Dungarvan (LDS)

Ellen Tracy b. 25 August 1867 Dungarvan (LDS)

 

Thomas Tr(e)acy & Alice Wall

Bridget Treacy b. 12 September 1870 (LDS)

Hanora Tracy b. 23 July 1872 Dungarvan (LDS)

Thomas Tracy b. 3 August 1879 Ballinacourty (LDS)

 

William Tracy (d. 1881) & Anne Lyndon

Michael Tracy b. 31 July 1874 Dungarvan (LDS)

William b. 22 April 1876 Dungawan (LDS)

Johana Tracy b. 14 November 1877 Dungawan (LDS)

Hannah Tracey b c1878

William Tracey (let me call him William 1) who married Anne Linden. William 1 was a jobbing tailor, who may have died in 1881. Anne Tracy moved with her three children to Liverpool, England where she remarried to a Charles Kelly.

They had a son Michael who married Ellen, who then had two children, Ann and William (William 3rd). William 3 married Sophie. The story about William 3's death is that he was knocked down by a car and buried in Vladivostok! Apparently, the local consulate was involved, but I can find no records. William 3 and Sophie had a son Michael who married someone called Judy.

They also had a son William (William 2nd) who apparently didn't marry. We believe he was a tailor in the Irish Guards.

Anne's daughter, Hannah Tracy, my grandmother, was born in Dungarvin in c1878. She was married on 10 Feb 1901 to John Dunn, who had come over from Forkhill, County Armagh with his 4 brothers (Richard, Matthew, Michael and Hugh) who all became bus drivers (then horse drawn). Her 1901 wedding certificate is attached. John and Hannah had 4 boys and 2 girls. One of the boys was my Dad William (the 4th?). John died in 1928 and Hannah remarried a Patrick McGlade. Hannah died in Liverpool in 1958.

Tony acldunn@aol.com 13 September 2010

William Treacy, Date of Death 01 Feb 1881, aged 40, Dungarvan Workhouse, married, Tailor

1911 Census of England - St. George, London [Military]

Michael Tracey, Woarter [Warder] Jails Sergeant, 39, married, 1st Battelion Irish Guards, Master? Jailer, b. Dungarvan Co. Waterford.

St George, London [Military]

Ellen Tracey, wife, 33, married 6 years 2 child living, b. Villiers Town Waterford

Annie Tracey, daughter, 5, b. Dublin

William Tracey, son, 4, b. North? Camp Aldershot

Emigration

Ellen Tracy, London England, 1922, 46 years, widow, 5'6", Dark complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, Last address: Mrs Annie Newall, 8 Kelvin Grove, Princes Park, L'pool. To sister: Mrs John Fitzgerald, 1656, 3rd Ave, NY New York. b. Villerstown, Ireland. [see Ellen Tracy 46, Annie Tracy 27, William Tracy 16] [see below]

Annie Tracy, London England, 1922, 17 years, single, 5'3", Dark complexion, brown hair, brown eyes, Last address: Mrs Annie Newall, 8 Kelvin Grove, Princes Park, L'pool. To aunt: Mrs John Fitzgerald, 1656, 3rd Ave, NY New York. b. Dublin, Ireland. [see Ellen Tracy 46, Annie Tracy 27, William Tracy 16]

William Tracy, London England, 1922, 16 years, single, 5'7", Dark complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, Last address: Mrs Annie Newall, 8 Kelvin Grove, Princes Park, L'pool. To aunt: Mrs John Fitzgerald, 1656, 3rd Ave, NY New York. b. Aldershot, England. [see Ellen Tracy 46, Annie Tracy 27, William Tracy 16]

1930 Census - Bronx, New York

Head  Ella Tracy  F 52 Ireland, widowed, Immigration Year: 1922, Father's Birthplace: Ireland. Mother's Birthplace: Ireland 

Son  William E Tracy  M 23 England, Immigration Year: 1922, Father's Birthplace: Ireland. Mother's Birthplace: Ireland 

Son-in-law  Christopher Bulloss  M 28 New York 

Daughter  Anna Bulloss  F 25 Ireland, Immigration Year: 1922, Father's Birthplace: Ireland. Mother's Birthplace: Ireland 

1901 Census of England William Tracy, 27, Waterford Ireland, Soldier, London

 

William Tracy & Margaret Power

Timothy Tracy b. 28 December 1877 Ballinacourty (LDS)

John Tracy b. 9 Jan 1880 Ballina Waterford (LDS) to Montana (see below)

Tim born approx 1880 to Montana (see below)

Catherine born approx 1885 to Montana (Ellis Island)

 

Timothy J. Treacy, 26 years, (s. of William Treacy & Margaret Power) m. Ellan Mulkern, 24 years (d. of Michael Mulkern & Margaret Lacey)

06 Sep 1906 Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana

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Timothy Tracy (b. 19 Nov 1878 in Waterford d. May 1958) m. Ellen Mulkerin (b: 17 Mar 1883 in Galway) 1906 Anaconda Montana

Children:

William TRACY b: Private

John Henry TRACY b: Private

Margaret TRACY b: Private

Katherine TRACY b: Private

Mary Alice TRACY b: Private

Timothy TRACY b: Private

Robert TRACY b: Private

Has ChildrenIsabel Frances TRACY b: Private

United States Census, 1910

Tim Tracey

Birthplace: Ireland

Relationship to Head of Household: Self

Residence: Anaconda Ward 6, Deer Lodge, Montana

Marital Status: Married

Race: White

Gender: Male

Immigration Year: 1898

Father's Birthplace: Ireland

Mother's Birthplace: Ireland

Wife: Ellen Tracey

Children: William Tracey

      John H Tracey

Family Number: 151

Page Number: 7

United States Census, 1920

Timothy Tracy

Residence: Deer Lodge, Montana

Estimated Birth Year: 1878

Age: 42

Birthplace: Ireland

Relationship to Head of Household: Self

Gender: Male

Race: White

Marital Status: Married

Father's Birthplace:

Mother's Birthplace:

Wife: Ellen Tracey

Children: William Tracey

      John H Tracey

      Margaret Tracy

      Catherine Tracy

      Mary Tracy

      Isabelle Tracy

Film Number: 1820969

Digital Folder Number: 4313237

Image Number: 00938

Sheet Number: 11

 

John Treacy, 27 years, single (s. of William Treacy & Margaret Piner [Power], Dungarvan, Waterford, Ireland) m. Kate Quinn, single, 22 years (d. of Thomas Quinn and Mary Conly of Roscommon, Roscommon) 22 Jun 1909 Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Montana

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Ellis Island

John Treacy, Macroom, 1902, 20 years [Error due to scraps of pages should read John Treacy, Dungarvan (Waterford?) Ireland, 1902, 20 years, single, Dungarvan, to Bro Timothy Treacy, Central City, Col]

 

Annie Treacy, Dungawan (Dungarvan Waterford?) Ireland, 1907, 22 years, single, Mother Mrs Tracey Dungarvan. to Bro Tim? Treacy, 10152 E 4th St Anaconda Most [Montana]. 5’-“, fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, b. Dungarvan Ireland.

 

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

 

Trahsy (Treacy?) Mary (16)] 14 April Administration of the personal Estate of Mary Trahey late of Seven mile Creek Juneau Wisconsin America Widow who died 25 November 1894 granted at Dublin to Patrick Trahey of Dungarvan County Waterford Farmer the son.

 

Alice Tracy, witness to Death 04 Jun 1873 of Honora Wall, labourers widow, Ballinacourty Dungarvan.

Anne Treacy, witness to Death 04 Jan 1866 of William Charles son of gentleman Charles Graves, Brookvale Ballingown Whitechurch.

Benjamin Treacy, Date of Death 29 Jan 1891, 8 years, Workhouse Dungarvan, servants child.

Bridget Tracy, Date of Death 12 Jun 1868, 84 years, Workhouse Dungarvan, labourers widow.

Bridget Tracy, Date of Death 15 Sep 1868, 32 years, Ballinacourty Dungarvan, fishermans wife.

Catherine Tracey, Date of Death 02 Jan 1872, 70 years, Workhouse Dungarvan, labourers widow.

Catherine Tracey, Date of Death 20 Dec 1874, 32 years, Ballinaparka Whitechurch, National Teacher, married, informant Michael Tracey.

Denis Tracy, Date of Death 19 Mar 1876, 80 years, Workhouse Dungarvan, labourer, widower.

Ellen Tracy, Date of Death 27 Oct 1877, 79 years, Ballingown Whitechurch, labourers widow, informant Michael Treacy.

Ellen Treacy, Date of Death 27 Oct 1877, 79 years, Ballingown Whitechurch, widow, informant Michael Treacy.

Honora Tracy, Date of Death 04 Feb 1880, 65 years, Clonea Dungarvan, National School Teachers wife, informant Patrick Tracy.

Honora Tracy, Date of Death 30 May 1873, 9 months, Ballinacourty Dungarvan, labourers daughter, informant Aileen Tracy.

Johana Treacy, Date of Death 05 Jan 1884, 70 years, Ballinacourty Dungarvan, labourers wife, daughter Margaret Treacy

Johanna Tracey, Date of Death 27 Apr 1867, 28 years, Workhouse Dungarvan, fishermans wife.

John Tracey, Date of Death 22 Jul 1895, 19 years, Bleach Whitechurch, son of labourer, bachelor, sister Annie Treacy.

John Treacy, Date of Death 17 Jun 1880, 80 years, Ballingown Whitechurch, farmer, married informant Mary Treacy.

John Treacy, Date of Death 25 Sep 1877, 80 years, Dromore Whitechurch, labourer, widower.

John Treacy, Date of Death 30 Jul 1903, 77 years, Bleache Whitechurch, labourer, married, informant Annie Treacy.

Lizzie Tracey, witness to Death 05 Jan 1883 of Mary Murray, sailors widow, Abbeyside Dungarvan.

Margaret Tracey, Date of Death 16 Sep 1866, 76 years, Cummins? Lane Dungarvan, housekeeper, widow.

Margaret Tracey, witness to death 13 Sep 1893 of her nephew Thomas Moore, constables son, Aglish Whitechurch.

Margaret Tracey, witness to Death 15 Nov 1893 of Michael McCue sailors child Abbeyside Dungarvan.

Margaret Tracey, witness to Death 29 Mar 1883 of her mother Margaret Whelan 96 years, tailors widow, Abbeyside Dungarvan.

Margaret Tracy, Date of Death 07 Jun 1876, 34 years, Ballinacourty Dungarvan, servant, spinster, informant Timothy Tracy.

Margaret Traecy, died 10 Dec 1870, 2 months, Ballinaparka Whitechurch, daughter of farmer, informant John Treacy.

Margaret Treacy, witness to Death 28 Feb 1888 of mother Hanora Power, 80 years.

Mary Tracy, Date of Death 02 May 1873, 6 years, Ballingown Whitechurch, daughter of labourer, informant John Tracy

Mary Tracy, Date of Death 15 Sep 1876, 60 years, Workhouse Dungarvan, tailors widow,

Mary Treacy, Date of Death 02 Feb 1881, 16 years, Abbeyside Dungarvan, sailors daughter, informant Margaret Treacy.

Mary Treacy, Date of Death 05 May 1881, 67 years, Dromore Whitchurch, widow of labourer.

Mary Treacy, Date of Death 11 Mar 1895, 78 years, Ballingown Whitechurch, widow of labourer, daughter Anne Treacy.

Mary Treacy, Date of Death 26 Dec 1888, aged 3 months, Dungarvan, father Wm. Treacy clerk

Maurice Tracey, Date of Death 30 Mar 1882, aged 17 months, Ballinagown Whitechurch, son of labourer, mother Bridget Tracey.

May Tracey, Date of Death 26 Mar 1878, 70 years, Ballinaparka Whitechurch, farmers wife, informant Thomas Tracey.

Michael Tracey, Date of Death 03 Nov 1907, 23 years, NS Ringville, sailor, bachelor, drowned.

Michael Tracy, Date of Death 15 Nov 1873, 21 months, Abbeyside Dungarvan, sailors son, informant Margaret Tracy.

Michael Treacy, Date of Death 26 Oct 1865, 68 years, Ballingown Whitechurch, farmer, married, informant John Treacy.

Michael Trecy, Date of Death 11 Sep 1886, aged 40, bachelor, Dungarvan workhouse.

Patrick Treacy, Date of Death 14 Jan 1889, 80 years, Clonea Dungarvan, teacher, married.

Roger Tracey, Date of Death 09 Nov 1879, 24 years, Coolroe Ballycullane Whitechurch, labourer, bachelor.

Thomas Tracey, Date of Death 17 Oct 1889, 48 years, Aglish Whitechurch, baker, married, son William Tracey.

Thomas Tracey, Date of Death 30 Apr 1886, 84 years, Ballinaparka Whitechurch, farmer, widower.

Thomas Treacy, Date of Death 14 Jan 1870, aged 60, Dromore Whitechurch, shoemaker, married, informant Mary Treacy.

Timothy Treacy, Date of Death 14 Jan 1886, aged 80, Ballinacourty Dungarvan, farmer, widower, son William Treacy.

William Treacy, Date of Death 01 Feb 1881, aged 40, Dungarvan Workhouse, married, Tailor

William Treacy, Date of Death 15 Jan 1869, aged 31, Ballinaparka Whitechurch, farmer, bachelor, informant Thomas Treacy

 

Name: Tracey, Elizabeth; Tracey, Michael; Moloney, Alice; Maher, Margaret

Inscription: Erected to the memory of Elizabeth Tracey nee Foley who died at Abbeyside 14th June 1932. Her son Michael died 1st November 1907 and her Aunt Alice Moloney died 6th March 1908. Margaret Maher died 9th June 1952. R.I.P.

Note: S2 No.61B B.O'Keeffe & Sons

Graveyard: Abbeyside Graveyard

Source: Abbeyside Reference Archive

 

Name: Treacy, Patrick; Treacy, Mary; Treacy, Thomas

Inscription: In mem. of Patrick Treacy who died June 20 1800 age 64, his wife Mary died Oct. 7 1797 age 48 & his brother Thomas died May 2 1807 age 74.

Graveyard: St. Marys Church of Ireland, Dungarvan

Source: William Fraher

 

Name: Treasy, Peter

Inscription: Peter Treasy intered here.

Graveyard: St. Marys Church of Ireland, Dungarvan

Source: William Fraher

 

10 May 1941 Dungarvan Observer. Death of Mr. Patk. Treaey, Ballinacourty, Dungarvan.

The death, after a rather protracted illness. took place at the Hospital, Dungarvan on Tuesday night of Mr. Patrick Treacy. Ballinacourty, Dungarvan. A hardworking, industrious farmer, the deceased who was of powerful athletic physique was a general favourite and his death in the heyday of life is deeply regretted and much sympathy is extended to his bereaved widow and other relatives. A very large concourse of relatives and the general public attended at the removal of the remains to Ballinroad Parish Church on Wednesday evening, where on arrival the coffin was received by Rev. Fr. Power, C.C. who recited the prayers for the dead. On Thursday after the celebration of Requiem Mass, interment was made in the family plot adjoining. R.I.P.

 

 

07 June 2002 Waterford News and Star

Deise Gaeldom Mounrs Tommy Treacy

In the early hours of last Sunday morning Tommy Treacy bade farewell to this world of ours at the Waterford Regional Hospital. He was aged just sixty four.

Tommy lived all of his life in the homeplace in Ballinacourty, enjoying to the full every day that God sent him. From his earliest years he had an infectious love of the GAA and its games, and that inevitably meant an equally infectious love of Abbeyside / Ballinacourty.

Over the years he rendered extraordinary service to the sister clubs in a variety of roles. However his time as treasurer will always be recalled, being at the helm as he was when fundraising took on a quite mammoth task for all those directly involved. Most of all for Tommy Treacy.

He never moaned or groaned under the enormity of his GAA involvement. And for as long as Scor lives on the name Tommny Treacy will live with it.

He was passionate in his support for and love of this particular social side of the Association, and he travelled everywhere inside and outside the county when members of his own beloved club were competing.

For those of us fortunate enough to have known and befriended Tommy we can, and will, forever regard it a privilege. He was kindness personified in everything he did and he was incapable of uttering an ugly or offensive word. In a sentence he was one of nature’s true gentlemen.

He will be close enough to an impossible act to follow within the Abbeyside/Ballinacourty club where he deservedly enjoyed his own special brand of legendary status. In truth we may not seek his likes again.

Fittingly the GAA club did him proud at both the removal of his remains last Monday evening and his burial on Tuesday. Tommy Treacy, a giant of a GAA man and club man, deserved nothing less.

To his surviving relatives, including an elderly aunt in England, and Moll and Bernard Shields who were so good to him over the years, the sincerest sympathy of this column and columnist is extended. Go ndéine Dia trócaire ar a anam dílis.

 

 

 

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Commemorating 700 years of the Augustinian Order in Abbeyside Waterford led by 80 year old Fr. Declan Treacy, bearing a sacred candle.

31 August 1990 Dungarvan Leader

 

 

 Killea (East Waterford)

 

[Note: Woodstown Lower & Woodstown Upper, Kilmacomb Civil Parish Waterford.]

 

Hugh Tracy & Mary Butler

Patrick Tracey b. 19/3/1863 bap. 21/3/1863. Sponsors - Robert Butler and Emily Tracey.

Margaret Tracey b. 25/1/1865 bap. 27/1/1865. Sponsors - John Tracey and Helena Power. (Margrat Tracy b. 24 January 1865 Woodstown (LDS))

This Hugh Tracey is possibly the Hugh mentioned as Tidewaiter and/or in the Fisheries Commission reports on site.

 

From 1880 U.S census. Laight St., New York
Hugh Tracy age 55 b. Ireland
Mary " 35 b. "
Patrick 17 b. "
Margaret 14 b. "
Mary 12 b. New York
Edward 10 b. "
Hugh 8 b. "
James 5 b. "
John 1 b. "
 
From LDS - Sarah Treacy b. 7 Feb 1881, Manhattan. Parents - Hugh Treacy and Mary Butler Treacy.
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From 1900 U.S census Manhattan Borough.
Patrick Treacy Head b. 1864 Ireland
Katie Wife b. 1868 New York
Hugh Son b. 1898 "
Ella Dau b. 1900 "

Would think this Patrick is the same as above. Have not found a maiden name for his wife Katie.
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From 1920 U.S census Manhattan Borough.
Mary Tracey Head, widow age 74 b. Ireland
Mary Daughter,single age 43 b. New York
Edward Son, married age 44 b. "
Edward Grandson age 20 b. "
James Grandson age 18 b. "

Ages are different but think this is Mary Butler Treacy and son and daughter Mary and Edward.
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From 1930 U.S census, Brooklyn
Hugh Tracy Head age 32 b. New York
Mary L Wife 31 b. New York
Margaret M Dau 3 b. "
Ellen Dau 1 b. "

Have not found a maiden name for wife Mary L.
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Ireland Tithe Applotment Books.

Patrick Tracey
County: Waterford
Parish: Ballynakill
Townland Ballynakill
Year 1834

Patrick Treasy
same location
Year 1833

Patrick Treasy
same location
Year 1832

This Ballynakill is in the Barony of Gaultier and now part of Waterford City.

Patrick Tracey is probably the same as the one listed in 1821 census in Faithlegg and on grave inscription in Faithlegg graveyard. The owner of Faithlegg Hse - Nicholas Power had previously owned Ballynakill Hse. and the estates were adjoining. Patrick Tracey was Land Steward for Nicholas Power.
regards
Noel Weldon 25 May 2011
 
John Tr(e)ac(e)y (b. circa 1831 d. 10/06/1912) & Mary Anne Nic(h)olson (b. circa 1837 d. 21/11/1877 Canada St. Waterford. Estimated age - 40. Informant John Treacy Waterford. 1877. 19/564)

Emily* Treacy b. 30 May 1856. bap. 1 Jun 1856 Killea Parish - died before 1864

Patrick Treacy b. 26 Apr 1858. bap. 28 Apr. 1858 Killea Parish

James Treacy b. 3 Feb. 1860. bap. 5 Feb. 1860 Killea Parish

Mary Treacy b. 27 Dec 1861. bap. 29 Dec 1861 Killea Parish (d. 18 Jun 1866, 3 years, Passage Woodstown, child of am out??? Officer of customs, informant John Treacy.)

Emma* Treacy b. 15 Jan 1864. bap. 17 Jan 1864 Killea Parish. Emily b. 14 January 1864 Woodstown (LDS) [State Reg: Treacy, Emily, Waterford, 1864 4 830] - see note below.

Catherine b. 18 November 1865 Woodstown (LDS) (d. 10 Jun 1866, 7 months, child of an Officer of Customs, informant John Treacy. (Passage Woodstown?))

Mary Anne Treacy b. 5 Apr 1867 Woodstown (LDS) (Waterford 1867 9 981) married Richard O'Brien 1909, died 3/3/1953 Waterford
John Treacy b.
28 Mar 1869 Woodstown (LDS) b. 30 Mar 1869. bap. 1 Apr. 1869 Killea Parish

Thomas Tracy b. 29/5/1871 Waterford Waterford (Waterford 1871 9 1041)

Hugh b. 24 October 1873 Waterford Waterford (LDS) [State Reg: Tracey, Hugh, Waterford, 1873 19 883] – moved to Waterford city, died S.S. Coningbeg 1917

* both named as Emilia in register

Sarah Treacy, possibly a cousin or aunt as she is shown as a sponsor at two of the baptisms.

Information on John Treacy, Customs Officer, Passage East, Co. Waterford (my great great grandfather):

Further detail - John born 1831 according to death cert and 1901 census. Died 10/06/1912 in Waterford per death cert.
Emma (my great grandmother) born 1869 [1864 Parish Record], married James Smiles 21/01/1888, Billericay, Essex. Died 30/04/1952 Waterford. (birth based on 1901 census and death reg - lied on marriage cert)
From the National Archives online -

John Treacy - b. Waterford 1868. Mercantile Marine Medal and British Medal. Issued to Stanhope St. Liverpool. BT/351/1

Hugh Treacy - b. Waterford 1873. Mercantile Marine Medal and British Medal. Issued posthumously to wife Anne Treacy, Thomas St. Waterford. BT/351/1

Both these Treacys are daughters of Hugh Treacy, died S.S Coningbeg.

From the Waterford News 8/9/1922 - Miss Eileen Treacy, Thomas St., Waterford. Kings Scholarship Examinations, passed with honours.

Waterford News 27/4/1928. At a religious reception in Dublin, Miss May Treacy, 44 Thomas St., Waterford was professed a nun.
1909-10 Thom's Directory of the City and County of Waterford

Hugh or John Tracy, 7 Beau Street (Cathrine St), Waterford City. Ship's Steward (moved from Tramore, house still in family)

John Tracy, Scotch Quay, Waterford City. Pensioner (moved from Tramore, retired customs officer)

A photo I have from Emma Treacy's house shows a family group of two adults and three children (aged about 3 to 8). Taken at a studio in Capetown - the studio was in business from 1888 to 1893. I'm working on the possibility it is a photo of above Patrick or James Treacy as these are the only ones old enough

Noel Weldon, Waterford [noelweldon1@gmail.com] 06/06/2009 & 4/6/2010 http://gw4.geneanet.org/index.php3?b=nowel3&lang=en&m=N&v=TRACEY

1911 Census

John Treacy, 86, M, 1 Scotch Quay, Waterford No. 4 Urban (part of), Waterford (head, excise pensioner, widower)

Emma Smiles, 45, F, 1 Scotch Quay, Waterford No. 4 Urban (part of), Waterford (daughter, widow)

John Smiles, 20, M, 1 Scotch Quay, Waterford No. 4 Urban (part of), Waterford (grandson, at school)

1911 Census

Annie Treacy, 37, F, 7 Beau Street, Waterford No. 4 Urban (part of), Waterford (head, married 10 years, 6 child 5 alive, b. Wexford) [see Hugh below]

Christina Treacy, 9, F, Beau Street, Waterford No. 4 Urban (part of), Waterford

Eileen Treacy, 8, F, Beau Street, Waterford No. 4 Urban (part of), Waterford

John Treacy, 5, M, Beau Street, Waterford No. 4 Urban (part of), Waterford

Emily Treacy, 4, F, Beau Street, Waterford No. 4 Urban (part of), Waterford

Kathleen Treacy, 2, F, Beau Street, Waterford No. 4 Urban (part of), Waterford

1911 Census Clodagh [ship] Liverpool Lancashire [see Ann above]

Hugh Tracey, 32? married 11 years, 6 child 5 alive, Steward, WSSfoy? Services, b. Waterford City

 

Apr 22, 1937 The Irish Times

Mr. W. L. Duggan And Miss K. Treacy

Mr. W. L. Duggan, solicitor, Carlow and Tullow, son of Mr. J.J. Duggan, Solicitor, and President of the Incorporated Law Society, and Mrs Duggan, Carlow, was married to Kathleen, youngest daught of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Treacy of waterford, of Dun Laoighre, at St. Michael's Church, Dun Laoighre, yesterday...The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. J.A. Treacy. Miss C. Treacy (sister of the bride) was the bridesmaid and Mr. Gerald Clancy (cousing of the bridegroom) acted as best man...

 

Mary Tracy m. Robert Allen 17 Jan 1856. Witness: Hugh Tracy and James Hogan.

 

Patrick Tracy and Sara Hamilton
Thomas Tracy b. 11 Dec 1831 

Patrick Treacy (Born in 1792 - Dead in 1844 Faithlegg, Co. Waterford, Ireland , age at death: 52 years old) married to Sarah Hamilton (1802-1888)

Huch Tracy (born ca 1825 Waterford - dead USA) married to Mary Butler ca 1845

Children:

Patrick Tracy Born 19 March 1863 - Cheekpoint, Co. Waterford, Ireland

Maggie Tracy Born 25 January 1865 - Cheekpoint, Waterford, Ireland

Mary F Jacobs 1868-1952

Edward Tracy ca 1870

Hugh Tracy ca 1872

John Tracy 1880

Julian White October 18, 2011  http://gw2.geneanet.org/juju66?lang=en;pz=damian;nz=cain;ocz=0;p=huch;n=tracy

 

1821 Census Extract County of Waterford

Townland and Parish of Faithlegg

Power, Nicholas, 34, 4 story house

Margaret, 21, wife,

Margaret, 2,

Kate, 1,

Maturn (?), Margaret, 20, cousin-in-law

Tracy, Steward

Butler, Coachman, Gardner

He was Steward of Faithlegg Estate owned by Nicholas Power, probably one of the Trasy's named below as church built in memory of N. Power 

Faithlegg is parish church for Cheekpoint. Passage East is 2 miles from Faithlegg. The Treacys mentioned in The Fisheries Report and EPPI would be descendants of above Trasy

Name: Trasy, Patrick; Trasy, William; Trasy, Patrick; Trasy, Patrick

Inscription: Ercd by Patrick Trasy of Cheekpoint in memory of his father Patrick Trasy who depd this life Febuary 6 1835 aged 74 years. Also his son William died Feby 9 1837 aged 2 years. Also his son Patrick died Sepr 27 1840 aged 13 years. Also the above named Patrick Trasy died Sept 1844 aged 52 years.

Note: (Lamb & Cross)

Graveyard: Faithlegg

Source: Memorials of the Dead in County Waterford, Barony of Gaulttier: Julian C.Walton; 1975

 

Sarah Treasy, Date of Death 29 Mar 1888, aged 86, Cheekpoint Woodstown, widow of a hotel keeper.

 

 

war5

http://www.irishwarmemorials.ie/

 

Adelphi Quay, Waterford City

S.S. Coningbeg 1917

(Emblem of the Clyde Shipping Company)

The S.S. Coningbeg sailed, homeward bound from Liverpool, 2 days after her sister ship the Formby. On board was a crew of 40 with 4 passangers. The steamer was torpedoed off the east coast by the same U-boat with no warning & all were lost. There were harrowing scenes on the Waterford quay sideas women & children waited in the wet & cold of winter for news of loved ones. It was after Christmas before the sinkings were confirmed, with the total loss of 83 lives. This was the worst disaster to befall Waterford this century.

Hugh Treacy Steward…

 

 

Mercantile Marine Memorial, Trinity Square Gardens, London

Hugh Treacy, Steward, S.S. "Coningbeg" (Glasgow), Mercantile Marine, Died 18-12-1917, age 46, Presumed drowned

Son of the late John and Mary Treacy; husband of Anne Treacy (nee McCabe), of 44, Thomas St., Waterford. Born at Waterford.

http://www.londonremembers.com/memorials/mercantile-marine-memorial-ww1

 

 

medal.jpg

 

A Great War Mercantile Marine War Medal Casualty pair and Memorial Plaque awarded to Steward Hugh Treacy, Mercantile Marine, who was killed in action when serving aboard the S.S. Coningbeg of Glasgow, a cargo ship, which on 17th December 1917 sailed from Liverpool bound for Waterford, and was then sunk by the German submarine U-62 commanded by Ernst Hashagen in the Irish Sea.

 

 

 Kilorossanty (Mid Waterford)

 

J. Tracy (b. abt 1801) Comrock, Waterford

Ellen Honora Tracy (12/4/1827-30/1/1892) Comeragh, Waterford to Jordan, Green WI married Patrick Dwyer of Tipperary (LDS)

J. TRACY (b. 1801 in Waterford, Cameraugh [Comeragh???] & ???

Children:

Has ChildrenEllen Honora TRACY (b: 12 APR 1827 in Waterford, Cameraugh, Ireland d. 30 JAN 1892 in Jordan, Green, Wisconsin) m. Patrick DWYER (b: 17 MAR 1818 in, Tipper, Ireland) 1848 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Children:

Has ChildrenSylvester Robert DWYER b: 30 SEP 1852 in Cadiz Township, Green, Wisconsin

Honora DWYER

Michael DWYER

Thomas DWYER

James Frances DWYER

Lesse DWYER

Edward DWYER

Mary DWYER

Catherine DWYER

http://www.tribalpages.com/family-tree/reynoldsprice/16/1103/Ellen-Tracey-Family

 

1850 Missing Friends

Of Bridget and Honora Treacy, natives of co. Waterford, parish Kilrosseuty [Kilrossanty], townland of Leamy Brien [Lemybrien, Stradbally]. The former was married to Stephen Murphy, blacksmith, of Glynnpatrick, who sailed from Liverpool to the United States in 1836 or 7. His wife, Bridget, left Ireland 2 or 3 years after in the barque Dispatch, of Waterford. Honora emigrated in the same vessel to Quebec in 1843. They met in Bytown, Upper Canada. It is supposed they are living at present in Frankfort County, Kentucky. Any information respecting them will be thankfully received by their brother, Sylvester Treacy, No. 4 Bleeker street, Albany, N. Y.

 

Graveyard: Old Kilrossanty

 

Erected by Patrick Treacy of Coolnamuc in memory of his father William Treacy who departed this life November ( ) 1808 aged 60 years.

Also his mother Anastasia Treacy alias Mooney died November 1808 aged 54 years.

Also his son Thomas Treacy died on (sic) the 20th year of his age.

Note: No.45 on map

 

Here lies the body of Martin Treasy who died December 28th 1794 aged 55 years.

Note: No.27 on map

Source: Decies: No.48; Autumn 1993

 

 Knockanore (West Waterford) see also Youghal, Co. Cork

 

David Connolly & Mary Doyle

Catherine b. 12 May 1816 Sp Thomas Treacy & Johanna Curran by Father C. McGrath.

 Lismore (West Waterford) see also Youghal, Co. Cork

 

WWI Pension Records British Army

Christopher Treacey, Irish Guards 9527, (b. abt 1884 Mallow Cork) married Mary Ryan 23 Apr 1912 Mallow Co Cork

Residence: 11th August 1915 Castle Farm Lismore, Co Waterford. Discharged 27/10/1915, Not likely to become an effivcient soldier.

Children:

Mary Ellen Treacey, 3 years, b. 13 August 1912 Mallow Co. Cork

Johanna Treacey 1 year, b. 24.2.1914 (13th January crossed out) Lismore Co. Waterford.

farm labourer, 5'10", chest 37-8", weight 150lb, three vacination marks, many teeth missing and caries. Discharge due to Right Inguinal Heria - very large, scrotum full (states he was not stripped for examination)

 

Matthew Tracy b. 1825 Lismore d. 22 June 1888 (LDS)

 

Anne Tracey, Date of Death 22 Apr 1868, 24 years, Workhouse Lismore, pauper, spinster.

Joanna Tracey, Date of Death 31 Dec 1893, 53 years, Lismore Workhouse, wido of military pensioner.

John Tracey, Date of Death 08 Jun 1890, 20 years, Round Hill Lismore, son of water baliff, father T. Tracey.

John Tracey, Date of Death 22 May 1872, 40 years, Lismore Lismore, Catholic clergyman, bachelor.

Mary Tracy, Date of Death 13 Jun 1884, 47 years, Round Hill Lismore, wife of water baliff Thomas Tracy.

Thomas Tracey, Date of Death 25 Mar 1894, 57 years, Ballyea Lismore, water bailiff, married, informant Julia Tracey widow

 

 Mothel & Rathgormack (Mid Waterford)

 

Mary Tracy, witness to Death 03 Apr 1867 of Mary Carroll wife of labourer Whitestown Rathgormack.

Mary Tracy, witness to death 03 Feb 1878 Anastatia Kirwan farmers wife Whitestown Rathgormack.

 

Bridget Tracy (b. BET 1809 AND 1810 in Ray Gorman [Rathgormack???], Waterford d. in Argyle, WI bur. St. Francis Cemetery, Adams Township, WI) m. Stephen Murphy b: 1800 in Ray Gorman, Waterford) 1830 in Ireland.

Bridget had a brother named Sylvester, and a sister Dewire or Dedivere. Two others siblings but unaccounted for, but they died in America.

Children:

Has ChildrenEllen Murphy b: 1 MAY 1834 in County of Waterford, Ireland

Martin Murphy b: MAR 1836 in Ireland

Has ChildrenJames Perry Murphy b: ABT 1843 in Ontario, Canada

Has ChildrenMary Ellen Murphy b: 23 DEC 1845 in Green County, Cadiz, Wisconsin

Has ChildrenStephen Murphy II b: FEB 1848 in Green Co, Wi

Has ChildrenSylvester Murphy b: OCT 1853 in Cadiz, Green Co, WI

 

 

 Portlaw (Mid Waterford)

 

Catherine Tracy (d. of Michael Tracy) m. Jeremiah Crowley (s. of John Crowley) 11 Aug 1851 Clonegam, [Clonagam] Wat, Ire

 

Ellen Tracy 28 yrears, single (d. of John Tracy) m. James Keeffe 24 years, single (s. of William Keeffe) 30 Apr 1867 Dist. Of Waterford, Co. Of Waterford, Ireland

Ellen Tracey & James Keefe

Johanna, 25.02.1868, Waterford

Stephen, 12.01.1874, Waterford

William, 01.03.1876, Waterford

Patrick, 10.03.1878, "Ballyduff, Waterford"

 

John Tracy 23 years, single (s. of Thomas Tracy) m. Eliza Cassin 25 years, single (d. of Richard Cassin/Cafsim) on 22 Jun 1867 Dist. of Carrick On Suir, Co. Of Waterford, Ireland

John Tracey & Eliza(beth) Cassin

Joseph Treacy b. 26 Apr 1868 Portlaw (LDS)

Henry Tracey b. 5 October 1869 Portlaw (LDS) d. 1948 Yonkers, Westchester, New York, USA
Jane Tracy b. 25 Jan 1873 (LDS)

John Trac(e)y & Eliza Cashen/Cashin

Mary Tracy b. 21 February 1874 Portlaw (LDS) Cashin

Eliza b. 12 June 1875 (LDS)

Thomas b. 13 August 1877 (LDS)

John Treacy & Eliza Capin

John Treacy b. 5 June 1871 Portlaw (LDS)

 

Henry Joseph Treacy (b. October 5 1869) and Frances O'Meara (b. January 29 1869)

Elizabeth Mary Treacy b. 1894 New York, m. Daniel Crowley 1913 New York.

 

1910 Census - Yonkers Ward 6, Westchester, New York

Henry Tracey               Head       M            39           Ireland, emigrated 1888

Francis Tracey             Wife       F             39           Ireland, emigrated 1892

Elizabeth Tracey          Daughter                F             15           New York

Harry Tracey               Son         M            14           New York

Mary A Tracey            Daughter                F             13           New York

Frances Tracey            Daughter                F             12           New York

Margaret Tracey          Daughter                F             10           New York

1920 Cenusus - Yonkers Ward 6, Westchester, New York, United States

Henry Treacy               Head       M            49           Ireland, emigrated 1889

Frances Treacy            Wife       F             49           Ireland, emigrated 1892

Henry Treacy Jr.          Son         M            23           New York

Mary Treacy                Daughter                F             22           New York

Frances Treacy            Daughter                F             21           New York

Margaret Treacy          Daughter                F             19           New York

Joseph Treacy              Son         M            8             New York

Elizabeth Treacy          Mother    F             73           Ireland, emigrated 1890

John Treacy Father     M            65           Ireland, emigrated 1890

George Treacy             Grandson               M            3             New York

Mary Cody   Boarder F             20           New York

 

John Tr(e)ac(e)y & Ellen Daly/Daily of Portlaw

Patrick b. 5 March 1864 Portlaw (LDS)

William Treacy b. 25 May 1865 Portlaw (LDS)

Mary b. 21 April 1867 (LDS) Mary b. 25/4/1867 Portlaw (KJT) (Carrick-on-Suir 1867 9 647)

Mary b. 14 Jun 1868 Portlaw, Wat, Ire (LDS)

Margaret Tracey (aged 22) m. William Burke (aged 21) 5/6/1890 (Carrick-on-Suir 1890 2nd quarter 4 267)

 

John Tracey & Catherine Moroney

Johanna b. 22 Dec 1867 Portlaw, Wat, Ire. (LDS)

 

Mick Tracy

Catherine Tracy m. Jeremiah Crowley? 11/8/1851 at Portlaw (Carrick-on-Suir 1851 3 321)

 

2 March 1839 Boston Pilot

Of Michael Tracy, son of Patrick Tracy, a native of the parish of Partlaw, County Waterford, - when last heard from he was working in Little Falls, Herkimer County, State of New York. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his parents and brother, John Tracy, by a letter directed to them in care of Rev. J. D. Brady, Salem, Ms. Will the New York Truth Teller give the above an insertion, and oblige a subscriber.

 

Michalem Tracy married Mariam Ryan 10 Nov 1880 Wit: Martine Dalton & Ellene Donally Portlaw Parish

 

Tracy family

My great grandfather Michael Tracy/Tracey was born in 1838 in Kings County according to the 1901 census. On Michael's marriage cert his father's name is down as Bernard. This is the man I am interested in finding any information on!

I found a Bernard Tracey on Griffith's Valuation in the parish of  Geashill , town of Gorteen. I am assuming this is Michael's father as I did not find another Bernard Tracy/Tracey in Kings County/Offaly.

On the Griffith's cancelation books Bernard Tracy/Tracey's name was cancelled in 1858. So either he died or moved away? But the fact that he was listed on his Son Michael's marriage cert in 1880 makes me think he was still alive at the time of the marriage?

Michael married a Mariam/Mary Ryan in Portlaw, Co Waterford in November 1880.

Yarrumjane 14th September 2016

 

William Tr(e)acy & Mary Archer

Mary Tracy b. 19 May 1872 Portlaw (LDS)

Walter Tracy b. 15 August 1873 Portlaw (LDS)

Honora Treacy b. 11 December 1875 Portlaw (LDS)

1881 English Census - 9 Aspden St, Hulme, Lancashire,  

Head  William Treacy  M 44 Ireland 

Wife  Mary Treacy  F 40 Ireland 

Daughter  Mary Treacy  F 9 Ireland 

Son  Walter Treacy  M 7 Ireland 

Son  Andrew Treacy  M 3 Manchr Hulme, Lancashire, England 

 

Alice Tracey, Date of Death 16 Feb 1870, 66 years, Darrigle Kilmeadan, farmers wife, informant John Tracey.

Bridget Tracey, Date of Death 20 Nov 1869, 85 years, Hospital Portlaw, labourer, widow.

Catherine Tracey, Date of Death 28 May 1870, 30 years, Brown St Portlaw, employed in a factory, married.

Ellen Tracey, Date of Death 26 Jan 1868, 23 years, Collygadden Kilmeadan, labourers wife,

Ellen Tracy, witness to Death 24 Feb 1907 of Mary White of Carrick Rd Portlaw.

Ellen Treacy, 53 Georges Street, witness of Death 17 Mar 1880 Mayfield Factory Portlaw.

Jane Tracey, Date of Death 01 Nov 1873, 8 months, Brown St Portlaw, child of baker, informant Eliza Tracey.

John Tracey, Date of Death 18 Jul 1869, 41 years, 53 Georges St, (Portlaw?) factory operative, married, informant Ellen Tracey

Mary Tracey, Date of Death 06 Apr 1891, 80 years, Fairbrook Kilmeadan, dairymaid, spinster.

Michael Tracy, Date of Death 24 May 1902, 64 years, Bridge Street Portlaw, married, pensioner police, son Bernard Tracy.

Patrick Tracey, Date of Death 12 Dec 1866, 3 years, 53 Georges St Portlaw, child of factory operative, informant Ellen Tracey.

Patrick Tracy, Date of Death 03 May 1894, 19 years, Ballyduff Kilmeadan, van driver, bachelor, accidentally killed by falling from a porter van.

Richard Tracey, Date of Death 15 Dec 1867, 5 years, Knockadery Kilmeadan, farmers child, informant Mary Tracey.

 

 

 Rossmore (Mid Waterford)

 

Death Certificates

Bridget Treacy, Date of Death 23 Feb 1881, 32 years, Workhouse Kilmacthomas, pauper, spinster.

Nano Treacy (from Kill), F, Date of Death 12 Jan 1888, 37 years, Workhouse Kilmacthomas, spinster, domestic servant.

 

 

 Stradbally (Mid Waterford)

 

Griffiths Valuation - Waterford 1848-51

Occupier: Arthur Treacy

Map Reference: 24 140

Lessor: College of Physicians

Description Of Tenement: Gate House and Garden

Cont. Land: 00 00 00

Net Land: 00 00 00

Net Buildings: 00 10 00

Total Net: 00 10 00

OS Reference: 24 & 25

Town/Street: Bunmahon, Templeyvrick

Townland: Templeyvrick

Parish: Ballylaneen

Union: Kilmacthomas

Barony: Decies Without Drum

County: Waterford

 

Arthur Tracey (b.1820 d. April 1860 Detroit MI) married Mary Mullany in 1842 in Stradbally Church in Waterford. Before Arthur moved to Waterford County he lived in Galway County. Came to Detroit in 1856-57.

Children:

John who married a Mary Alliston.

George died 21yrs old in 1868 in Detroit

Margaret

Mary.

deehi5@juno.com                                                                                                                      

The emigrant ancestor of this family was Arthur Tracy (b. 1818) who left Ireland abt 1850 with his wife and two sons. He lived in Michigan in 1851 where his daughters, Margaret and Mary (b. 1857) were born. He died in May 1860 in Detroit, Michigan. This line is through his son, John (1849-1920) born in Ireland and died in Detroit, Michigan. He married Mary Elizabeth Alliston (1857-1904) born in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Charlotte Tracy Gondron (b. 1913).

Gondron, Charlotte Tracy (1989) Tracy. Palo Alto, California.

Families: Tracy, De Lorme, Alliston, Burton

32 pages – FHL 929.273 A1 no.5558 (LDS)

 

Margaret Tracey, Date of Death 13 Aug 1885, 76 years, Woodstown Banmahon, farmers widow, informant Bridget Bowe grand daughter. [Bunmahon village???]

Michael Tracey, witness to Death 12 Oct 1897 of Thomas Bowe, Woodstown Banmahon.

Thomas Tracy, Date of Death 13 Jan 1872, 52 years, Ballinasisla Banmahon, clergyman bachelor.

 

 Tallow (West Waterford) see also Youghal, Co. Cork

 

Maurice Treacy (b. Kilcalf) & Johanna Driscoll

Kate Treacy b. 17 January 1876 (LDS)

 

1850 Boston Pilot

Of Ellen Tracy, of Tallagh [Tallow], co. Waterford, who sailed from the Cove of Cork 3rd of May last and landed in New York - supposed to be in the city of N. York. Any information respecting her will be thankfully received by Patrick Ryan (late of County Waterford Police). Direct to Patrick Ryan, No. 11 Hamilton street, Boston, Ms.

 

Bridget Tracy, Date of Death 16 Dec 1897, 82 years, Convent Tallow, Carmelite Nun, spinster.

John Treasy, Date of Death 02 Jul 1867, aged 3, Kilcalf Tallow, mother Johanna Treasy?

Kate Treacy, Date of Death 27 Jan 1876, aged 10 days, Kilcalf Tallow, labourers daughter, informant Maurice Treacy.

Mary Treacy, Date of Death 16 Jan 1865, 70 years, Kilwatermoy Tallow, married, wife of John Treacy.

 

Seamus Treacy

The late Seamus Treacy 17 January 2003

 

Untimely Death of “Trasher” Treacy

Those of us of a certain age vintage who can still vividly remember those great Tallow days of the 1980s when the Brideside club won three county senior hurling championships in six years (1980, 1984, and 1985) will never forget the silken skills of that most gifted of forwards, Seamas “Trasher” Treacy.

Sadly “Trasher” answered the final call at his home in West Street last Friday, still a couple of birthdays short of his 50th. In truth he had been in rapidly failing health for some time, and was little more than a shadow of the man we remember gracing venues inside and outside the county with such panache and style at the height of his playing days.

He hadn’t been dealt life’s best hand it has to be said, and he knew more downs than ups in troubled times. But that said, “Trasher” remained what he always was, an inoffensive man who was probably his own worst enemy in life.

I can still see his slight frame darting past defenders and rifling over points with unerring ease and accuracy. He was a key contributor to those thrilling county final victories, and of course he also donned the white and blue county colours with distinction in several grades.

He was a member of the Waterford team that won the Munster Under 21 hurling title for an historic first time in 1984, but amazingly had to sit out the All-Ireland final against Kilkenny on the substitutes bench.

To this day there are plenty of shrewd hurling folk who will tell you the All-Ireland title might well have been won that day in Semple Stadium had “Trasher” been included in the starting line up.

All water under the bridge of course, and today we have been left to mourn the untimely passing of a really great exponent of the ancient game. A great sportsman too, and I can never recall a game in which he was given marching orders by the referee.

The Tallow club saw to it that “Trasher” was given a final send off befitting his contribution over so many years.

The coffin was draped in the blue and gold colours at the removal to the parish church on Saturday evening last with members also providing the guard of honour.

The same fitting recognition followed Sunday’s Requiem Mass after which he was laid to rest in the adjoining cemetery.

“Trasher” is survived by his young daughters, his mother, sister, brothers, and many other relatives. To all of them our sincerest sympathy is extended. Go ndeine Dia trocaire ar a anam dilis.

 

Courtesy of the Waterford News & Star, January 2003

 

 

 Tramore (East Waterford)

 

Mary Tracy b. 1845 Tramore m. John Power 1866 Tramore (LDS)

 

Michael Tracy & Mary Hutcheson

Maria Tracy b. 7 August 1865 Tramore (LDS)

Catherine b. 16 May 1867 Tramore (LDS)

 

 

 

Thomas Treacy of Duagh m. Mary Byrne of Browntown 30 June 1861, Tramore parish. (Probably not Holy Cross church, as construction was 1855-70) Officiator: N. Phelan
Michael, 26 January 1862, Tramore Parish, Address: Dough
Stephen, 29 December 1863, Tramore Parish, Address: Dough
Catherine, 13 August 1865, Tramore Parish, Address: Dough Sp. Bridget Forrestal & Richard Byrne [not listed in LDS]

Catherine Treacy of Waterford (d. of Thomas & Mary Treacy) m. Paul Murphy of Waterford (s. of Joseph & Ellen Murphy) 28 Jan 1882 Tinity Within Co. Waterford. Wit: James Bergin & Margaret Gaule.

 

Thomas,12 May 1867, Tramore Parish, Address: Duagh
Brigit, 22 November 1874, Trinity Without Parish, Address: Robinson's Lane
Richard, 5 February 1876, Trinity Without Parish, Address: Robinson's Lane
d. 03-Sep-1876 aged 7 months Robinsons Lane. Asthenia 2 months certified. Tracey MaryTracey (her mark) Present At Death

Richard Joseph, 2 June 1878, St Patrick's Parish, Address: None Given
James, 14 October 1880, St. John's Parish, Address: Castle Street.

Notes:
Duagh: Transcribed incorrectly as Dough
Trinity Without (aka Ballybricken Church),
Robinson's Lane (Just off "Mayor's Walk", ends at Shourtcourse)
St. Patrick's RC Church is in Jenkin's Lane, currently in a bad state of repair.

Based on Church Records, in Ireland's case, usually more accurate that early civil records, due to it being a crime to have a late civil registration, which often meant paying a fine.

Still born children were often just buried in the churchyard, with no records been kept.

 

Frank Murphy http://www.murphy-waterford.name/

 

 

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Thomas Tracey & Mary Byrne

Thomas b. 22/5/1867 Duagh? (Waterford 1867 9 974)

Thomas Tracey & Mary Byrne

Thomas b. 22 May 1867 Waterford Waterford (LDS)

Bridget b. 20 November 1874 Waterford Waterford (LDS)

Richard b. 21 January 1876, father b. Robinsons Lane (LDS)

Richard b. 14 July 1878 Waterford Waterford (LDS)

 

Thomas Treacy
aged 54
male, married
occupation: Sailor
last permanent residence: Co. Waterford, Ireland
nearest relative: Wife, Mary E. Treacy, Co. Waterford, Ireland
final destination: New York City, N.Y.
He departed Queenstown, Ireland, January 11, 1922, destination: New York City, N.Y.

Thomas Tracey b. 22 May 1867 Waterford, parents Thomas Tracey and Mary Byrne. IGI
From Ellis Island site his cousin in NY was Byrne. Also he lists his birthplace as Duagh. This is a townland outside Waterford City, then in R.C parish of Drumcannon now parish of Tramore and Carbally.
Thoms 1909 - 1910 Directory lists a Thomas Tracey, sailor, 7 Barrack St., Waterford.

1911 census of Ireland lists a Mary Treacy as a visitor to a Byrne household in Tramore, Co.Waterford.

Nowel3 nowel3 22 Oct 2009

 

Old Cemetery, Holy Cross Church, Tramore

O Lord Jesus have mercy on the soul of Johanna Lyons nee Tracy native of Templemore, Co. Tipperary died 23rd April 1885 aged 93 years. Rest in peace.

Note : 334 D 18. Ground slab badly defaced

Source: Memorials of the dead in the old cemetery of the Holy Cross Church, Tramore: Andy Taylor; 1994.

 

 Waterford City (Ballybricken, St. Patrick's and St. Olaf's, Trinity) (East Waterford)

 

Andrew Treacy, 19 years, single (s. of John Treacy) m. Maryanne O'Brien, 30 years, single (d. of John O'Brien) 25 Apr 1865 Waterford, Waterford, Ireland

 

Elizabeth Tracey, single (d. of James Tracey) m. Joseph Simpson, single (s. of Joseph Simpson) 27 Jul 1858 Trinity, Wat, Ireland

 

Hugh Treacy & Annie McCabe [See 1901 and 1911 census] [see Killea, East Waterford]

 

John Tracey & Johanna Hearne

Tracey (Male) b. 01 May 1867 Kilmeaden, Waterford, Ireland (Ballybricken Parish)

 

John Tracey & Mary Ann Nicholson  (see Killea (East Waterford))

John Tracey b. 28 Mar 1869 Woodstown Waterford, Ireland 

Thomas Tracy b. 29 May 1871  Waterford, Wat, Ire 

Hugh Tracey b. 24 Oct 1873 Waterford, Wat, Ire 

 

Margaret Tracy single (d. of John Tracy) m. Matthew Devereux, single (s. of Matthew Devereux) 07 Jan 1869 Waterford, Waterford, Ireland

 

Martin Tracy, 28 years, single (s. of Patrick Tracy) m. Mary Laurence, 25 years, single (d. of John Laurence) 02 Oct 1865 Waterford, Wat, Ireland

Martin Tr(e)ac(e)y & Mary Laurence/Lawrence (??? Marriage record: Martin Tracy, Waterford, 1865 19 497)

Bridget Treacy b. 17 September 1866 Waterford Waterford (LDS)

Anna b. 10/11/1868 (LDS) (Waterford 1869 4 1050)

Mary Tracy b. 24 March 1871 Waterford Waterford (LDS)

Ellen b. 11/4/1873 Waterford (Waterford 1873 9 971)

Patrick b. 28 December 1874 Waterford Waterford (LDS)

Martin b. 8 January 1877 (LDS)

John b. 10 August 1879 Waterford Waterford (LDS)

 

2 Jun 1894 Irish World (New York)

Patrick Tracey, aged 19, vanman in the employment of Alderman R. Power, J.P., was proceeding to Waterford from Kilmacthomas in charge of a van last week, and near Ballyduff the horse shied and knocked Tracey off his seat, the wheel of the van passing over his body. Father Hearne of Ballyduff was in prompt attandence and ministerd the last sacrements, after which Tracey was removed to Mr. Stephenson's of Fairbrook, where he died three-quarters on an hour after the sad accident. Young Tracey was the son of a respectable citizen, Martin Tracey, a salimaker.

 

Michael Tracy & Norah Feenan

Bridget Mary b. 15 March 1876 Waterford Waterford (LDS)

 

Patrick Treacy, single (s. of Michael Treacy) m. Catherine Meany, single (d. of Michael Meany) 21 Oct 1865 St. Patricks, Wat, Ireland

 

Peter Tr(e)ac(e)y & Bridget Harney/Harvey

Francis Tracy b. 12 February 1866 Waterford Waterford (LDS) Harvey

Anne Joseph b. 24 July 1867 Waterford Waterford (LDS)

Johanna Tracy b. 30 July 1868 Waterford Waterford (LDS)

Joseph Treacy b. 23 November 1869 Waterford Waterford (LDS)

 

Graveyard Inscriptions

Name : Trecy, John; Trecy, Laurence

Inscription: Here lies the body of John Trecy who parted this life May the 29th 1755 aged 56 years. Also ye body of Laurence Trecy who parted this life ye 25th July 1763 aged 26 years.

Graveyard: The Abbey, Kilculliheen, Ferrybank, Waterford

Source: Decies: Vol LII; Part IV Nos. 252-322

 

 

 GENERAL REFERENCES FOR WATERFORD

 

Abbeyside reference archive, Abbeyside reference committee, Abbeyside, 1995.

Waterford Historical Society Proceedings,

Butler, M. The Barony of Gaultiere, n.d..

Cuffe, Major O.T. Records of the Waterford Militia 1584-1885, 1885.

Downey, Edmund The story of Waterford to the middle of the 18th century, Kilkenny, 1891.

Fitzpatrick, Thomas Waterford during the Civil War, 1641-53, 1912.

Hore, H.J. The Social State of the Southern and Eastern Counties of Ireland in the Sixteenth Century, 1870.

Nolan. W. (ed.) Waterford History and Society, Dublin, Geography Publications, 1986.

Ochille, F. The Holy City of Ardmore, Co. Waterford, Youghal, n.d..

Power, V. Rev. P. Waterford and Lismore: A Compendious History of the Dioceses, Cork, 1937.

Power, V. Rev. P. History of the County of Waterford, Waterford, 1933.

Power, V. Rev. P Placenames of Decies (1907)

Pyke, D. Parish Priests and Churches of St Mary's, Clonmel, 1984

Ryland, R.H. The history, topography and antiquities of the county and city of Waterford, London, 1824.

Smith, Charles The ancient and present state of the county and city of Waterford ...,, Dublin, 1774.

Watson, Col. S.J. A Dinner of Herbs: a history of Old St Mary's church, Clonmel, Clonmel, 1988.

Last update: 22 February 2017