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 It may be presumed that the Traceys of Longford are descended from the Sil Anmchadha

 

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The Traceys of Longford can trace their history back to the beginning of historical records, as they are of the Sil Anmchadha.

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

Andrew Trace or Tracy Born Kilvagin, Longford Served in 73rd Foot Regiment Discharged aged 30, 1809-1820

Andrew Tracey, b. 1789 Kilvagin, Longford

Andrew Tracey, born 1789 Kilvagin Kilvagin Longford Ireland, PRIVATE Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) - 42nd & 73rd Foot, Attestation 21 Apr 1809 Portsmouth aged 20 years, served 11 years 75 days (East Indies 5 years 222 days), discharge because of visceral disease - chronic dysentery - general debility he is unfit for service, conduct good, he is about thirty years of age, 5'8.5", brown hair, hazel eyes, a gardener, discharged 2 Nov 1819

 

Freemasons

Pat Tracey, 4 Aug 1814, Longford,  

 

British War Office

Patrick Treecy, Loughford [Longford?], labourer1/21st deserted at Fermay 1st July 1815

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

Bernard Treacy alias Bernard Treacey alias Bernard Tressy Born Temple Michael, Longford, Longford, attested Mullingar Westmeath 3 Sep 1818, 17 years

Served in 47thFoot (10 yrs, Army of India medal Ava) then 6th Foot 10yrs 1818-1839 Chelsea 24th July 1839 Labourer WO116/47. Discharged aged 37, 1818-1839 (2 records WO97/281/41 & WO97/286/36)

Served 19 years 327 days in total, served 18.5 years East Indies remained at home, unfit for the duties of a soldier, conduct particularly good, discharged 20 Oct 1838, No 147 6th Royal Warwickshire Regiment of Foot, 37 years, 5'7", fair hair, grey eyes fair complexion

Bernard Tracey, b. 1801, Longford, Longford 

 

1824 Pigots Directory Longford Town

Painters & Glaziers

Kiernan and Tracey, Dublin Road.

 

1827 Committee on Longford County Election Petitions

Oath of Bryan Tracy of Ballymore, Granard, Co. Longford Freeholder 22nd October 1832 (11 acres 1 rod from 19/12/1827)

http://www.eppi.ac.uk/eppi/digbib/view?did=c1:71767&p=483&sdid=c1:72250

May 1837 Book of Evidence

List of Names struct off - Bryan Tracy of Ballymore, Granard

1837 Committee on Longford County Election Petitions

Brian Tracey, Ballymore

Informations and Indictments in Cases of Queen against J. Bracken etc 1864

15 May 1838 Mr. Patrick Flood evidence: ...Byran Tracey, Balamore...Thomas Tracey...

 

1820s-1830s Tithe Records

Alphabetical

 By Area

 

Bernard Tracy, Ballamore [Ballymore], Granard, Longford, 1833

Bernd Treacy, Ballymore, Granard, Longford, 1833

Bridget Tracy [& Garret &Jas Farrell], Cartrongarrow, Ardagh, Longford, 1825 [twice]

Bridget Tracy, Cartrongarrow, Ardagh, Longford, 1825 [duplicate]

 

Cornelias Tracy, Listea [Lislea], Clonbroney, Longford, 1825

 

Edwd Tracey, Bonlahy, Granard, Longford, 1833

Edwd Tracy, Balinlough, Granard, Longford, 1833

Edwd Tracy, Bunlahy, Granard, Longford, 1833

Edwd Treacy, Ballinlough, Granard, Longford, 1833

 

James Tracy, Bunlahy, Granard, Longford, 1833

James Treacy, Bunlahy, Granard, Longford, 1833

John Tracy, Aughakilmore [Aghakilmore], Columbkille, Longford, 1823

John Tracy, Aughakilmore [Aghakilmore], Columbkille, Longford, 1833

John Tracy, Coolishal [Cooleeshil], Ardagh, Longford,

 

Michl Tracy, Bunlahy, Granard, Longford, 1833

Michl Treacy, Bunlahy, Granard, Longford, 1833

 

Patk Tracy [painter], Townparks, Templemichael, Longford,

Patk Tracy [painter], Townparks, Templemichael, Longford,

Patk Tracy [painter], Townparks, Templemichael, Longford,

Patt Tracy, Town Parks, Templemichael, Longford,

 

 

Bridget Tracy [& Garret &Jas Farrell], Cartrongarrow, Ardagh, Longford, 1825 [twice]

Bridget Tracy, Cartrongarrow, Ardagh, Longford, 1825 [duplicate]

John Tracy, Coolishal [Cooleeshil], Ardagh, Longford,

 

Cornelias Tracy, Listea [Lislea], Clonbroney, Longford, 1825

 

John Tracy, Aughakilmore [Aghakilmore], Columbkille, Longford, 1823

John Tracy, Aughakilmore [Aghakilmore], Columbkille, Longford, 1833

 

Edwd Tracy, Balinlough, Granard, Longford, 1833

Edwd Treacy, Ballinlough, Granard, Longford, 1833

 

Bernard Tracy, Ballamore [Ballymore], Granard, Longford, 1833

Bernd Treacy, Ballymore, Granard, Longford, 1833

Edwd Tracey, Bonlahy, Granard, Longford, 1833

Edwd Tracy, Bunlahy, Granard, Longford, 1833

James Tracy, Bunlahy, Granard, Longford, 1833

James Treacy, Bunlahy, Granard, Longford, 1833

Michl Tracy, Bunlahy, Granard, Longford, 1833

Michl Treacy, Bunlahy, Granard, Longford, 1833

 

Patk Tracy [painter], Townparks, Templemichael, Longford,

Patk Tracy [painter], Townparks, Templemichael, Longford,

Patk Tracy [painter], Townparks, Templemichael, Longford,

Patt Tracy, Town Parks, Templemichael, Longford,

 

 

 

Margaret Treacy, 1830, Kilmore Diocese will. Exec: John Rourke, Longford. IWR/1830/F/280.

 

8 July 1833 Russia - Liverpool, England to New York

115  Eleanor Tracy, 15, F, Spinster, Longford

 

1837 (319) The minutes of evidence taken before the Committee on the Longford County Election Petitions.

...Bryan Tracy of Ballymore, in the county of Longford...deed dated 19th December 1827...

1837 (319) The minutes of evidence taken before the Committee on the Longford County Election Petitions.

...Brian Tracey, Ballymore, Granard, registered Oct. 1832...That the vote of Bryan Tracey be struck off the poll...

 

 

 

1837 (319) The minutes of evidence taken before the Committee on the Longford County Election Petitions.

...Bryan Tracy of Ballymore, in the county of Longford...deed dated 19th December 1827...

1837 (319) The minutes of evidence taken before the Committee on the Longford County Election Petitions.

...Brian Tracey, Ballymore, Granard, registered Oct. 1832...That the vote of Bryan Tracey be struck off the poll...

 

 

 

 

 

1846-01-10 Longford Journal - Death

On Wednesday last, in this town, at the canal harbour house, the wife of Mr. T. Tracy, the taxing-officer of the Canal (or Railway) Company in Longford.

1847 The Dublin almanac, and general register of Ireland

New Royal Canal Company...

Collector at Ballymahon and Parcel Officer, Mr J. Tracey

Collector at Longford and Parcel Officer, Mr. Michael Tracey

Parcel Clerk at the Broadstone Harbour, B. Tracey

1848 Dublin Almanac

Collector at Ballymahon, and parcel officer – Mr. J. Tracey

 

1846 Slater's national commercial directory of Ireland

Ballymahon

Patrick Tracy, painter and glazier

 

1846-1851 New York arrivals

James Tracy, age 19, Labourer, Longford Ireland to New York, Liverpool: Western World 10/13/1851

Julia Tracy, age 04, Child, Longford Ireland to New York, Liverpool: Western World 10/13/1851

Ellen Tracer      18 F Servant      Drogheda            Albany

 

1849

John Treacy, Bonlahy [Bunlahy], Granard, [Longford], 17a/1r/0p, Held on proposals dated respectively 9th November 1849 to A. Bole, Receiver, from year to year, pending suit in chancery; determined respectively on 1st November in each year.

 

1851 Census - Cellar No. 3 Paradise Court St George Hulme Lancashire

Martin Tracy, Head, 26, b. Roscommon Ireland, Fustian cutter

Sarah Tracy, wife, 21, b. Longford Ireland

Mary Tracy, dau, 1m, b. Hulme Lancashire

1851 Census - 11 Orchard St, St Marylebone, Middlesex

Michs Tracy, b. 1828 Longford Ireland, Shopman [owner Will StLayer - Grocer & Oilmam]

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital

Patrick Tracey, born 1830 Listuff Balinacmuck Listuff Longford Ireland, No. 3259 Private Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's) - 91st & 93rd Foot

Attested 14 Jan 1852 age 22 years at Glasgow

Discharged 14 April 1870 at Dover, served 11 years 248 days + further service 32 days (East Indies 8 years 11 months, being found unfit for further service

His conduct has been good and he is in possession of two good conduct medals, four times entered in the Regimental defaulters book, twice tried by Court Martial

Disability Chronic synovilis of left ankle.

40 years 3 months, 5'9", sallow complexion, blue eyes, dark brown hair, labourer, mark of lappey on chest, intended residence Stirling

 

Griffiths Valuation Longford 1854

Alphabetical

By Area

Bernard Treacy Turnpike Road, Longford, (Townparks) Templemichael Longford

 

Bryan Tracy Ballymore Granard Longford

 

Charles Tracey Aghakilmore Columbkille Longford

 

Edward Tracy Newtownforbes, (Townparks) Clongesh Longford

Edward Tracy Newtownforbes, (Townparks) Clongesh Longford

Edward Tracy Townparks Clongesh Longford

 
John Tracey Ballinlough Granard Longford

John Tracey Bunlahy Granard Longford

John Tracey Gelshagh Columbkille Longford

John Tracy Church Street, Longford, (Abbeycartron) Templemichael Longford

Edward Tracy Newtownforbes, (Townparks) Clongesh Longford

Edward Tracy Newtownforbes, (Townparks) Clongesh Longford

Edward Tracy Townparks Clongesh Longford

 

Charles Tracey Aghakilmore Columbkille Longford

John Tracey Gelshagh Columbkille Longford

 

Bryan Tracy Ballymore Granard Longford

John Tracey Ballinlough Granard Longford

John Tracey Bunlahy Granard Longford

 

Bernard Treacy Turnpike Road, Longford, (Townparks) Templemichael Longford

John Tracy Church Street, Longford, (Abbeycartron) Templemichael Longford

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

Margaret Treacy 7 Apr 1920 [1/2/12] Aughakdmore Longford, w/w [widow woman], to son John Treacy, farmer

 

Ballymahon Union Valuations 1860+

Map #

Occupants

Immediate Lessors

Description

O.S. 26

ANNAGH

Union of Ballymahon

Electoral Dist. Of Ledwithstown

3 G

Tracey, Thos. & Mary

In fee

Land

 

1860 Census - 3rd Division 9th Ward New York City, New York

Augustin Tracy           M         28        Longford Ireland, sign painter

Jane Tracy                   F          22        Donegal Ireland

Wm J Tracy                 M         4          City Of New York

Geo W Tracy               M         1          City Of New York

 

William H. Tracy died 12 Jul 1897 269 W. 12 Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (s. of Augustin Tracy & Jane both b. Ireland)

Age        41

Marital Status    Married

Occupation        Painter

Birth Year (Estimated) 1856 Us

Burial Date        14 Jul 1897 Calvary

 

1861 - No 1 Park Street Shoreditch St Leonard Hoxton St John the Evangelist Middlesex

Anna Tracy, head, wid, 56, b. Grey Mills [Greville? Granard Longford] Ireland, charwoman

Mary Tracy, daur, 18, b. Granard [Longford] ireland, seamtress

Catherine Tracy, daur, 20, b. Granard [Longford] Ireland, seamtress

 

1862 Offences commited in the County of Longford

Riots and Affray of Robert Bouchier (farmer) James Crawford (carpenter) Edward Tracy (carpenter), 28 Feb 1862, Newtownforbes town, inf lodged 2 Mar 1862, eight offenders, sent for trial election affair

 

July 1862 Soliciting to Murder

...Was taken on a Wednesday from the rock, in a boat, by Edward Clarke and Tracy into Saint's Island...I went to Tracy's house that day, and left the pistols, about mid-day; I went from that to Ballymahon [Longford?]...

 

1862 - 1864 National education (Ireland)

Thomas Tracy, R.C. teacher, male R.C., Ardagh, Ardagh, Longford

 

24 September 1864 (N) New York Death

Tracey - August 30, Patrick Augustus Tracey, a native of the county Longford, aged 33 years.

 

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

Treacey, Margaret, Granard, Cavan/Longford/Westmeath.  18 196

Treacy, Bernard, Granard, Cavan/Longford/Westmeath.  8 235

 

1850-1883 New York Emigrant Savings Bank Records

 

16 Dec 1864 44137 Eliza Tracy, of 583 Columbin Gr Bklyn, housekeeper, born 1840 Longford ard 1856 per "Isaac Wright" Husb James 1 child Jane

 

4 Jan 1868 (Amend March 11/72) 62987 Bridget Tracey, of 484 of An, born 1815 [Longford] 55797 or dau Julia Tracy of 405 West 44St, sewing, born 1857 Co Longford and when child fa Peter mo Bridget McGirl

24 Sep 1866 55197 Bridget Tracy, of 484 J An [W 40 St crossed out], housekeeper, born 1814 Longford ard 1847 per "Pursuch" hus Peter nee McGall or Eliza Gereghty born 1826 Co. Meath hus Ml

22 Aug 1877 122626 Bridget Tracy, of 405 E 44 St, HK [house keeper] born 1813 Longford, ard 1848 Norenth, husb Peter nee McGirl

12 Jul 1882 165369 Bridget Tracy, of 405 W 44 St, housekeeper, born 1815 Co Longford, ard 1847 per Puisent same as 62987 or dau Julia Farly, of W 43 St, housekeeper, born 1846 Co Longford, ard when child, husb John nee Tracy

 

1868 Landed Estates Court – January 21

County of Galway

Estate of James Whyte, owner; John Degan and another petitioner

Lot 2, the life-estate of the owner in the dwelling house, offices and lands of Ballycortan, containing 120 statute acres; profit of rent £100. Sold to D. Tracey, in trust, at £350. Solicitor James Blacquiere

County of Longford

Estate of George Crawfordand others, owners; Charles J. Burke Petitioner

Lot 1. Part of the lands of Lisbrack, containing 13 a, 2r, 29 p. Statute measures, hold for one life or 31 years; profit rent £42 5s. Sold to D. Tracy, for £320

The Irish law times and solicitors' journal, Volume 1, p.803

 

Court of Petty Sessions

10 Sep 1869 John Fegan of Crevagh, defendant. Ellen Tracy, of Keel, complainant.

 

1871 British Census

Martin Tracey, Head, M, 44, b. 1827 Ros Common Ireland, labourer, Hulme Chorlton Lancashire

Sarah Tracey, Wife, F, 41, b. 1830 Langford, Hulme Chorlton Lancashire

Josh Tracey, Son, M, 16, b. 1855 Manchester, Hulme Chorlton Lancashire

Thos Tracey, Son, M, 14, b. 1857 Manchester, Hulme Chorlton Lancashire

Richd Tracey, Son, M, 3, b. 1868 Manchester, Hulme Chorlton Lancashire

Robt Tracey, Son, M, 0, b. 1871 Manchester, Hulme Chorlton Lancashire

Patrick Tracy , Head, M, 50, b. 1821 Longford, Emigration Agent, Kirkdale Everton  West Derby  Lancashire

Mary A Tracy , Wife, F, 32, b.1839 Westmeath, Kirkdale Everton  West Derby  Lancashire

Maria Tracy , Daughter, F, 17, b. 1854 New York  United States,  Kirkdale Everton  West Derby  Lancashire

Eliza J Tracy , Daughter, F, 13, b. 1858 Liverpool,  Kirkdale Everton  West Derby  Lancashire

Rebecca Tracy , Daughter, F, 11, b. 1860 Liverpool,  Kirkdale Everton  West Derby  Lancashire

Mary A Tracy , Daughter, F, 4, b. 1867 Liverpool,  Kirkdale Everton  West Derby  Lancashire

Caroline Tracy , Daughter, F, 2, b. 1869 Liverpool,  Kirkdale Everton  West Derby  Lancashire

Eliza Dibbs , Visitor, F, 23, b. 1848 Westmeath, Dressmaker, Kirkdale Everton  West Derby  Lancashire

Hugh Mears , Boarder, M, 21, b. 1850 Westmeath, Baker, Kirkdale Everton  West Derby  Lancashire

James Tracy , Boarder, M, 20, b. 1851 Liverpool, Engineer, Kirkdale Everton  West Derby  Lancashire

 

 

Patrick Tracy & Thomas Tracy of Longford, New York and Liverpool, Emigration Agents.

 

August 26, 1873 The London Gazette,

Notice is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore jjl subsisting between us the undersigned, carrying on business as Emigration Agents, at Waterloo-road, Liverpool, under the firm of Tracy and Baldwin, was this day dissolved by mutual consent? the said Joseph Baldwin retiring, and the said Patrick Tracy carrying on the said business on his own account.—Dated this 15th day of August, 1873.

Patrick Tracy.

Joseph, Baldwin.

 

The Citizen, v. 1, no. 14, April 8, 1854.jpgThe Citizen, v. 1, no. 32, August 12, 1854.jpg

8 April 1854 The Citizen                                12 August 1854 The Citizen,

 

           

22 July 1872 (FJ) The Galway Vindication Fund

Parish of Clonbrony/Clanbroney...Cornelius Tracy...2s6d...

 

January 1873 Longford Quarter Sessions

...Michael Treacy...

 

1875 Militia service records

George Tracy, born Granard Granard Longford Ireland, lives Gt Water Street Longford Parish Templemichael, No. 2792, 21 years 0 months, tailor, Volunteer For The Militia for six years, employed by Mr Bartells Longford Longford, former master Mr Matherson Granard Longford, single, no children, no military experience, signed G Treacy, Signed Ger Treacy at Longford 1 Feb 1875 Royal Longford Rifles

Description: 21 years, 5'7.5", sallow complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair

 

1880 Return of crimes

Edward Tracy Owen Garvey Patrick Garvey, Agrarian aggravated assults 11 Nov 1878 on Margaret Lynch, convicted at Granard Petty sessions on 27 November 1878; Tracy sentenced to four months imprisonment and the Garvetys to one months imprisonment each with hard labour.

Edward Tynan, assults endangering life 21 Nov 1879 on Edward Tracy, convicted at Ballinasloe Petty sessions on 11 December 1879 and fined 5s.

 

1882 Return of judicial rents

Margaret Treacy of Gilshagh Longford, landlord Rev. F. Burrowes, 17a/1r/16p, poor valuation £10/10/0, old rent £14/5/0, new rent £11/0/0, by consent

 

1886 [C.4711] Irish Land Commission - Longford

Cornelius Tracy, tenant, John E. Thompson, landlord, Lislea, 66a3r14p, £45.10.0 valuation, £52.5.10 rent, £32.0.0 judicial rent

 

12 April 1888 Freeman's Journal

..13th prize...Mrs F Tracey, Longford...

 

26 October 1888 New Zealand Tablet

Longford [Carlow?] - Patrick Treacy, of Ballinree, was recently evicted from his holding and deprived of the benefit of the Land Act. The Land Commissioners had reduced Mr Treacy's rent from £120 to £60, showing that he had been heartlessly plundered by rack-renting. — But the land-thief, Captain Newton, determined to prevent him from getting justice, and so evicted him because he couldn't pay double the judicial rent.

 

1890 Return of judicial rents

Margaret Treacy of Aughakilmore Longford, landlord W.H. White, 10a/1r/15p, poor valuation £8/0/0, old rent £8/15/4, new rent £7/10/0

 

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.

 

Charles Tracy, Longford Ireland, 1913, 50 years, Friend Mrs McCabe Bannarmee, Co. Longford. Lived 18 years Brooklyn.  to 456 Bra St Brooklyn NY, 5’8”, brown complexion, brown hair, brown eyes. b. Longford Ireland [Mary Tracy 49, Charles Tracy 50]

Mary 49 years, Friend Mrs McCabe Bannarmee, Co. Longford. Lived 18 years Brooklyn.  to 456 Bra St Brooklyn NY, 5’6”, dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. b. Longford Ireland [Mary Tracy 49, Charles Tracy 50]

 

John Treacy, Granard (Longford?) Ireland, 1902, 19 years, single, clerk, to Phila Pa, to Aunt Mary McGrath, 166 E 63rd St New York.

Bridget Treacy, Granard Longford Ireland, 1903, 19 years, to Aunt Mary McGrath, 166 East 63rd St New York

Mary Treacy, Granard (Longford?) Ireland, 1910, 23 years [detention record found: Mary Tracy, to aunt Mary McGrath 166 E 63 NYC]

 

John Tracy, Borlahy (Bunlahy Granard Longford) Ireland, 1907, 23 years, single, lived Bunlahy Ireland. Father Jno Tracy Bonlahy Co Longford. to Uncle Peter McGrath, Chestnut Hill, Phila Pa. 6’, fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes. b. Co Longford Ireland. [with Peter McGrath, 40, married, US citizen]

 

James Tracey, Wishaw Scotland, 1909, 30 years, b. Careure Scotland, miner, Irish, Father: B. Tracey, 74 McGregor St Craignour, to New York, Cousin Wm Murray, 54th St 11th Av New York [travelled with Pat Murray, cousin, of Longford]

 

Maggie Treacy, Ballymore Longford Ireland, 1924, 20 years, single, Mother Elizabeth Treacy, Ballymore, Co. Longford. to aunt Mrs Patrick Cahill, 5 Monor Avenue, Harrison, NJ. 5’, fair complexion, fair hair, brown eyes. b. Ballymore Co. Longford, Ireland.

 

Mary Treacy, Brooklyn NY USA, America, 1924, 59 years, married, Returning to unrelinguished domicile. [unable to read 5/0587] Cousin James McCabe, Doom, Esker, Lonford, Co. Longford. lived 1880/1923 Brooklyn, Son-in-law William Synott, 154 16th Street, Brooklyn NY. [written: slinos old passport dated Oct 1923 passport # 13128 + name tax receipt] 5’4”, pale complexion, grey hair, grey eyes. b. Doom Longford Ireland.

 

United States Naturalization Petitions

Mary Traecy, born 15 Oct 1888 Bonlahy, Co Longford, Ireland. Naturalised 1927 Pennsylvania, Pa

Peter Treacy, born 03 Oct 1895 Longford, Ireland. Naturalised 1923 Pennsylvania Pa

Thomas Treacy, born 11 Jul 1903 Longford, Ireland. Naturalised 1929 & 1934 New York NY. Spouse's Josephine Treacy born 16 Apr 1908

 

1896 Emigration landing at Philadelphia, ship Pennland

Ellen Trease [Treacy], 21, Servant, Irish, Longford, Phila, to New York, mother paid passage, to Aunt? Orange Co NY

'Pennland', Queenstown to Phila 28 April 1896    

Ellen Treacy, 21, b. 1875, lived Longford, passage paid by mother, to Uncl Danl, West Point, Orange Co, N.Y.

 

British Postal Service Appointments

George Treacy, 1902, Edgworthstown [Longford]

Lily Treacy, 1899, Ovoca [Wicklow]

Lily Treacy, 1900, Ovsea

Lily Treacy, 1905, Edgworthstown [Longford]

Lily Treacy, 1908, Edgeworthstown [Longford]

Lily Treacy, 1908, Longford

James P Tracey, 1913, Londonderry

James P Tracey, 1914, Boyle [Longford]

James P Tracey, 1920, Londonderry

James P Tracey, 1924, Belfast

James P Tracey, 1942, Northern Ireland

 

1900 Return of judicial rents

Margaret Treacy of Aughakilmore or Gilshagh Granard Longford, landlord Mrs. Marion C. Weston, 31a/2r/0p, poor valuation £25/5/0, old rent £40/3/10, new rent 1 £23/10/0, new rent 2 £14/7/6

 

1900 (302) Irish Land Commission (Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act, 1891). - Longford

July 14, Catherine Treacy, purchaser, George Greville, vendor, Ballymore, 17a3r29p, £17.10 valuation, £17.0.0 rent, judicial, £275 purchase price and advance, £69 deposit

 

1901 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act

2/12/1901 Michael Treacy of Ballinalough Longford, Vendor William Thos Thompson, 9a/1r/28p, poor valuation £9/15/0, rent £7/0/0, Judical, purchase £130, advance £130, cash £-

 

1901 Return of judicial rents

29/11/1901 Margt Tracey of Gilshagh or Aughakilmore Granard Longford, landlord Mrs. Marion C. Weston, 17a/1r/16p, poor valuation £10/10/0, old rent £14/5/10, new rent 1 £11/0/0, new rent 2 £7/5/0, appeal £7/15/0, Consent

 

 

 

 1901 Census of Ireland

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

 

 

1901 Census of England

Sarah Tracy, 76, Ireland Longford, Cotton Weaver, Lancaster

 

1901 Census Index

Treacy, Tracey: (13): John at Aghagreagh. Margaret, Bernard at Aghakilmore. John at Gelshagh. Edward, Cornelius at Lislea (Lislea D.E.D.). Mary A. at Newtownbond. Michael at Ballinlough. John, James at Bunlahy. Catherine at Ballymore. Edward at Ball Alley Street Upper, Granard Town. John at Fihoragh. ALSO: Charles at Catherine Monaghan’s of Aghagreagh. Bridget at McCauley’s of Coolagherty. Arthur at Clyne’s of Barnacor (Rathcline D.E.D.).

Leahy, David  (1990) County Longford and Its People: An index to the 1901 census of County Longford.

 

16 May 1903 (WE) Death of Miss Helen M. Sullivan

Mullingar...Granard...John Tracy, Bernard Tracy, James Tracy, Michael Tracy...

 

Feb 17, 1909 (FJ) Testimonial to Mr. J.P. Farrell M.P.

Contributions...Mr. Cornelius Treacy, Lislea, 10s.

 

 

 

1911 Census of Ireland

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

 

24 August 1912 (AC) Granard Petty Sessions

...charged Edward Treacey, a labourer residing in Ballalley, Granard, with keeping two dangerous dogs and chained dog in yard...one of Treacy's daughters was standing in the door and called them in...dog bit constable...third dog unlicenced...Mary Kate Boylan deposed she did not see any of the dogs cutting him...both dogs to be destroyed...

 

1912 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act - Estate of Adelaide Mary Archdale

22/2/1912 Rose Ann Treacey of Gelshagh Longford 19a/3r/36p, £11/5/0, rent £11/0/0, Judical, purchase £219, advance £219, 19.9 years rent

22/2/1912 Michael Tracey of Gelshagh Longford 36a/1r/28p, £-, rent £19/0/0, Judical, purchase £437, advance £437, 23 years rent

 

1912 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act - Estate of John F.W. Thompson

21/11/1912 Cornelius Treacy of Lislea Longford 63a/2r/30, of Cloonfin 4a/3r/0p, £45/10/0, rent £28/5/4, Judical, purchase £636, advance £636, 22.5 years rent

 

22 March 1913 (AC) Didn't Stamp card

At Ballinalee Petty Sessions...Irish National Insurance Commissioners summoned Michael Treacy, a farmer living at Bonlahy...failed to stamp the card of his servant [Mr. Smith]...visited his place again on the 19th December and Mrs Treacy told me her husband had not changed his mind...it is clear that Treacy was acting under a misapprehension but a bona fide case has been made out...fine of 6d and 2s costs [and] 1d and 6d cost [and] contributions 3s8d...Treacy at first said he would go to Sligo jail, but changed his mind and paid the fines.

March 1913 IT

At Ballinasloe (County Longford) Petty Sessions...the Irish Insurance Commissioners prosecuted [the first case in Longford] a famer named Michael Treacy, Bonlahy, for failing to stamp the card of his servant...

 

August 1913 IT

Granard...At Ballinalee Petty Sessions...Irish National Insurance Commissioners summoned Mr. Cornelius Treacy, miller and farmer, Lislea, Ballinalee...

 

‘Merion’, Queenstown to Phil 10 Nov 1914

Peter Treacey, 22, b. 1892 Ballinalee, Ireland. Father John Bonlahy Ballinalee. [Bunlahy, Ballinalee, Co. Longford] Sister Mrs Hannigan, 792 Evergreen Ave, Chestnut, Phila Pa. 5'10", fresh complexion, fair hair, blue eyes.

 

Oct 26, 1915 (IT) Movements in the Civil Service

...Miss L. Tracey, sorting clerk and telephonist, Longford, has been appointed sub-postmaster of Kilrush, Ennis.

 

1916-1923 Volunteers

Treacy, Frank (Cloonfree Coy.) 40, 445

Treacy, James (Mountbellew, Ballinasloe) 458

Treacy, John Joseph (Ballinturly, Fuerty) 445

Treacy, Joseph (Dunmore Coy, Co. Galway) 454

Treacy, Michael (North Longford Flying Column) 462

Treacy, Nora (Ballinturly, Fuerty) 445

Treacy, Pat (Ballinturly, Fuerty) 445

Treacy, Patrick (Glenamaddy Coy.) 445, 453, 454

Treacy, Patrick (Kilteevan Coy.) 207, 445

Treacy, Sean (Tipperary) 24, 109

Treacy, Thomas (Cootehall) 141, 165, 194, 445

Thorne, Kathleen Hegarty (2005) They put the Flag a-Flyin’. The Roscommon Volunteers 1916-1923. Generation Publishing, Oregon.

http://www.generationpublishing.com/order.php

 

June 22 1916, Margaret, Ellen & Maria Treacy, tenants, Kirwan & Middleton, landlord, Aghagreagh, Longford, 25a0r23p & 2a2r24p bog, £14.15.0 valuation, £13.10.0 rent, judicial, £131 purchase price and advance, 23.1 years

 

17 February 1917 IT

Mr. John Treacey, Spannagh, Co. Longford, has died at the great age of 105 years.

17 February 1917 (AC) From Day to Day

Thursday...John Tracy, Shannagh, Ballinalee, died aged 105...

 

1917 USA Draft Registration  

Peter Tracey b. 23 May 1891 Granard Longford Ireland, motorman PRT, single, lives 192 E Evergreen Phila Pa

 

1919 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act - Estate of Mrs. Marion Charlotte Weston

May 29 1919 Bernard Treacy of Aghakilmore Longford 32a/0r/32p and undivided eighteenth of 4a/1r/32p, £25/5/0, rent £14/7/6, Judical, purchase £339, advance £339, 23.5 years rent

May 29 1919 Margaret Treacy of Aghakilmore Longford 16a/3r/24p, £10/10/0, rent £7/15/0, Judical, purchase £185, advance £185, 23.8 years rent

 

Michael and Seán Tracey, of Ballinalee and Charlie Treacy of Aughagreagh, Co. Longford

n-longford-flying-column-010521.jpg

 

The North Longford Flying Column on Crott Mountain, 1 May 1921, following an ambush at Reilly’s house at Fyhora, in which two B&Ts were killed.

 

Rear L-R: Frank Davis, John (Bun) McDowell, Seamus McKeon (bro. of Gen Sean McKeon), Michael Tracey, Paddy Lynch, Tom Reilly, James (Nap) Farrelly, Frank Gormley, Hugh Hourican.

 

Front L-R: Kiernan (not a member of the column but ‘on the run’ & staying at Reilly’s house), Pat Cooke, Paddy (Bug) Callaghan, Tom Brady, Tom Reddington (Brigade O/C)

 

This photograph comes from Margaret McGuinness’ photostream on Flicker.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/margaretmcguinness/2395380431/

 

 

Irish republican, John Joseph McKeon was born at Bunlahy, Granard, Co. Longford on 30th September 1893, eldest child of Andrew MacEoin or McKeon, a blacksmith, and Catherine, née Treacy, of Ballinglough, Co. Longford.

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography 2004

http://www.ucd.ie/archives/html/collections/maceoin-sean.htm

 

A Company was now formed in Ballinalee; - organisation was on a parish basis. After this section parades took place, and someone capable of giving instruction went round to the different section parades. There were no activities by the Volunteers during the McGuinness election. Either Seán MacEoin or Seán Connolly was 0/C of the Ballinalee Company. There was also the nucleus of a Battalion organisation existing. There were no arms at this period. Amongst the members were; Seán Sexton, Pat Farrell, Peter McGrath, Peter Collins, Ned Tynan, Seán and Michael Tracey, Joe Keenan, Michael MacEoin and later Jimmie MacEoin and several others.

[1917] Seán Connolly was Battalion O/C, Hugh Hourican was 0/C Ballinalee Company, I was the second in command, Michael Tracey 1st Lieutenant and I think Ned Tynan 2nd Lieutenant. M.F. Reynolds was 0/C Killoe Company, J.J. Brady - Ballinamuck, Peter Monaghan - Granard and Pat Langan - Edgeworthstown, with J.J. Killeen in charge of the Streete and Rathowen sections.

On the 1st November 1920 the Active Service or Flying Column was officially formed, and was commanded by Seán MacEojn. I think I was second iii command. The column consisted of Seán and Michael MacEoin, Seán Sexton, Frank Davis, The "Bun" McDowell, Michael Kenny, Hugh Hourican, Michael Mulligan, Larry Geraghty, Pat Cooke, Tom Brady, Michael Tracey, James Farrelly, John Moore, Paddy Lynch, Seán Lynch, M.F. Reynolds, Seán Duffy, J.J. Brady, Paddy Callaghan, Ned Tynan, Tom Early, Frank Gormley and Michael Gormley, Jack Hughes, Pat Finnegan, Barney Kilbride, James Sheeran, Frank Reilly, Frank Martin and some others.

Witness: Seamus Conway, Commandant Flying Column, IRA, Longford, 1921

 

[1920] Seán Tracey, 1st Lieutenant of Ballinalee Company and I were raiding for arms in the Ballinalee District.

Witness: Francis Davis, Captain IV and IRA, Longford, 1921

 

I was born in my grandfather's house, John Treacy's, Ballinlough, Ballinalee, County Longford, on the 30th day of September, 1893. My father, Andrew MacEoin, was the fourth eldest of a family of seven, five sons and two daughters. He was born in Molly, Aughnacliffe, County Longford, in the parish of Columbkille, and my mother, Katherine, was the youngest daughter of John Treacy's second marriage.

The MacEoin family had been blacksmiths for generations, having, at the same time, three little farms on the hill of Molly. The Treacys have had fairly large farms in the parish of Granard for several generations. I have never traced the ancestry on either side, but it suffices to say that the Treacys of the parish of Granard are a numerous clan to-day, while the MacEoins in Columbkille are just as numerous.

...Then I would repeat some of Tommy's story to Joe Dowling, and he would give me another version of the story, so I would have to come home to get the matter decided, and would tell my mother or father. They would smile, and a story would be told to me of some part either a Treacy or a MacEoin had taken in some of these struggles. One story in particular comes back vividly to me as I write, told me by my mother - that when the French landed at Killala and came on to Ballinamuck, some of the Treacy boys went to meet them and every day they were expected to pass victoriously through Bunlahy. A brother waiting at home so expecting every day, saw a body of horsemen riding into the village and ran out with his pike to meet them and welcome them, but, alas, they were English, and he was put to death at the big tree of Bunlahy. I have never questioned the accuracy of this story, and I don't know what truth there was in it, but it left me thinking that Tommy Kenny was the hero, and he continued to tell me what I now know to be fantastic stories of all the struggles in which he took part against the British.

...In 1917, a Circle of the I.R.B. was formed in Clonbroney, and consisted of Seán Connolly, Seán Duffy, Joe Keenan, Ned Tynan, Jimmy Tynan, Joe Tynan, John Treacy, Sonny Greer, James J.  Killeen, and myself. The first official inspection of that Girdle was by Tomás Ashe.

...[drying gelignite]...we got an oats kiln belonging to Cornelius Treacy [of Lislea, Longford?]...

...I reported to Collins, and I got a very severe cross-examination and interrogation as to the reasons for the shooting in the Granard hotel, and the necessity for it. He complained bitterly of the inadequacy of my reports, to which I replied that, if I undertook to fight, I did not undertake to write. He there and then decided to appoint a certain person as a sort of publicity manager or liaison officer. (All that I will say about this man's appointment was that, when he reported for duty, we fed him on bacon and eggs for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and that he succeeded in lasting only three days in the country. The billet in Charlie Treacy's, Aughagreagh, was too much for him).

...At Christmas of 1920, Seán Connolly and Bill Doherty of Roscommon (Commandanatnt of the Elphin Battalion) reported to me at our headquarters at Aughagreagh - Charlie Treacy's.

..."My dear friend: This may be the last opportunity I will get of writing to you. I want you to say good-bye to all my boys - Mick Heslin, Tom Reddington, Ned Cooney, M.F. Reynolds of Killoe, M. Mulligan, Paddy O'Callaghan, Sean Tracey, P.J. Finnigan, Jim Conway - I may quit; I cannot name them all ..."

Witness: Sean MacEoin, OC Longford Brigade IRA, 1921; Member Dail Eireann, 1929; Cabinet Minister, 1948

 

Jan 6, 1921 (FJ)

...Granard...Annie and Mary Treacy...Longford Quarter Sessions.

Prosecution of Thomas McShane, Francis Coyle, Bridget Johnston, Anne Treacy and Mary Treacy, Burglary and housebreaking; 19th November, 1920; Granard, County Longford; Mary Treacy, Anne Treacy and Bridget Johnston bound over to keep the peace for 12 months on their own sureties of £20 each; Thomas McShane, the Grand Jury found no Bill; Francis Coyle, not guilty.

The National Archives, Kew

Anne Treacy & Mary Treacy of Longford, 9 Dec 1920 Civilians tried by courts martial, burglary and housebreaking at Granard 19th Nov, convicted and bound over to keep the peace and be of good behaviour for 12 months on their own sureties of £20...

 

1922 Army Census

Michael Tracey; 22; 2nd Lieut., Infantry, home address: Aughagreagh, Ballinalee, Co. Longford,  R I/M 1274 Pay no: 08092, Joined: 2/2/22 Longford, single, RC, Next of kin: mother, Next of kin: Mrs Rose Tracey, Aughagreagh, Ballinale, Co. Longford; Longford (Longford); download file

 

May 30, 1923 (FJ) What farmers hope to active at election

...Mr. T. Treacy presided at a meeting of the famers at Killoe on Sunday...[Longford]

 

Jul 28, 1924 (FJ) Leinster

In memory of Thomas Ashe. A memorial hall to Tom Ashe is to be erected in Ballinalee Co. Longford. Mr. Sean Tracey was appointed secretary...

 

26 April 1930 (AC) Granard District Court

Mrs Rose Carty and Patrick Carty...summoned John Treacy for threats on the 14th February; Charles Treacy for assault and Michael Treacy for assault on the 15th ...[counter suit with Attorney-General...knocked out teeth with butt of gun]...parties reside at Aughagreagh, Ballinalee...dismissed cases with costs.

10 May 1930 (AC) Ballinalee Neighbours at Law

...dismissed a case for assault brought by Rose Anne Carty...against John Treacy, junior, of Aughagreagh, Ballinalee...awarded £5/5/0 damages with £6/6/0 medical expenses to Michael Treacy...most warlike woman and nuisance to her husband and everyone else.

 

Aug 2, 1933 (IT) Awards

Leatherwork...2 Miss Tracy, Camerons, Longford

 

1942 US Draft (born between 28 April 1877 and 16 February 1897)

Peter Treacy b. 6 Jun 1891 Longford, Ireland Residence: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 

Colmcille G.F.C. (Longford)

Executive committee for 2008 – Seamus Treacy, Chairman and delegate.

 

 

 FAMILY HISTORIES

 

Ardagh & Kilmore Marriage Licence Bonds

Mary Tracy (Green als Tracy) & William Given, 1771

 

Ann Tracey (b. abt 1811 Co. Longford d. 24 Jul 1842 in Mobile, Mobile, Alabama) m. William Scott (b: abt 1807 Scotland) 12 Sep 1839 in Mobile, Mobile, Alabama. Marriage Contract: Church record 27 Jun 1840 in Cathedral Of The Immaculate Conception, Mobile, AL. Married by Fr James McGarahan with a dispensation from publication of banns.

Children:

William "Ned" SCOTT b: Oct 1841 in Mobile, Mobile, Alabama

 

St. Mary's Church of Ireland Athlone

1828 Bridget [Tracy] Ballyloughloe [near Athlone Westmeath] married at St Mary’s to Charles Kennedy, Co Longford

 

Patrick Tracy and Eliza Lawn

My greatgrandfather, Patrick Tracy, according to the 1871 UK census, was born in Co. Longford about 1820. 

At some stage (either in Ireland or in New York City) he married Eliza Lawn born about 1836 in Ireland. Patrick (and Eliza, I think) emigrated to New York City where he became an emigration agent.  (He advertised his business in the Irish American Weekly newspaper in the years 1854-55.)  He did not remain in New York; by 1857 he was in Liverpool where he continued to work as an emigration agent.  He and Eliza had three more daughters: Eliza Jane (also known as Lily) in 1857; Rebecca (my grandmother in 1859; and Frances in 1862. Eliza died in Liverpool in 1864. 

Patrick then married Mary Ann Dibbs in 1865 in Mullingar, Co. Westmeath.  The couple lived in Liverpool until Patrick died in 1877.

Patrick had an older brother, Thomas, born about 1812, presumably in Co. Longford.  Thomas married Catherine Duck in Kilcommock, Co. Longford in 1835.  He preceded Patrick to Liverpool where he worked first as a painter, then as an emigration agent.  He died in 1865.

I know nothing of Patrick's and Eliza's early life; I don't even know where Eliza was born.

Any information on Patrick's or Eliza"s early life would be appreciated.

A distant cousin of mine in London has already found some information from Roots Ireland; for example, he found the marriage registration of Patrick and his second (maybe third) wife, Mary Ann Dibbs, in Mullingar in 1865.  He could find nothing about Patrick's birth or earlier marriage from that source

He also located a Patrick Tracy, painter and glazier, in Ballymahon in the 1846 Slater's Directory; unfortunately, with no other information, we don't know if it is the same Patrick.   Ballymahon, from what I can gather, is close to Kilcommock where Patrick's brother was married.  I don't know whether this narrows down the location or not.  Any advice would be appreciated.

I have learned courtesy Longford Genealogy and my distant cousin, Robert, in London, that a Patrick Tracey married Mary Rollins on August 5, 1804 in Longford Parish.  They had a family as follows;

     William b. May 20, 1805

     Marian b. 1807

     Margaret b. 1809

     Thomas b. August 23, 1812

     John b. 1817

     Andrew b. January 7, 1823

     Ann b. 1826.

Thomas is undoubetdly the one who emigrated to Liverpool and eventually became an emigration agent.  Missing from this family is a Patrick b. 1820-1821, the one of most interest to me as he was my greatgrandfather and who, I had supposed, was a brother of Thomas as they worked and lived closely together in Liverpool.  (Both were emigration agents; Patrick reported Thomas' death to the registrar; Thomas's son lived for a period with Patrick and family and married Patrick's daughter; Patrick and Thomas are buried in the same cemetery.) The reason (or reasons) he is missing from the above list may be several but one intriguing notion is that he was adopted by Patrick, Sr. and Mary.  Robert, my cousin, has discovered that a Patrick McKenna married a Rose Tracy in Longford July 23, 1815 and they had a son Patrick b. March 25, 1821.  Patrick was orphaned before the age of 13 - his father died February 8, 1833 in Killoe and his mother died May 4, 1834, also in Killoe.

The question is: Did Patrick Tracey, Sr. and Mary Rollins adopt Patrick McKenna who then took the name Tracy?  It is highly plausible that this happened but Robert and I would like confirmation.

Can anyone provide any information to confirm or refute our suspicion?  If so, I would be very grateful.

Don Faulkner, delta, BC, Canada.

 

 

 Ardagh & Moydow Parish

 Marriages (1792-1895)

 Baptisms (1793-1895)

 

A. Treacy & Bryan Ferrall

John b. July 1796

 

Biddy Tressy married Owen Flattery February 1825

 

1. Daniel Tracy married Ellen McGuire November 1797

1.1 Brid. baptized July 1801

1.2 Mary baptized June 1803

1.3 Ann baptized August 1806          

1.4 Thos baptized April 1808

1.5 Ellen baptised May 1814

 

John Tracey & M. Coghlan

Marg b. April 1861

 

Margaret Tracy married Patrick Caroll October 1835

 

1. Michael Tracy married Catherine Farrell September 1808

1.1 Marg, baptised September 1809

 

 Clonbroney Parish

 Marriages (1828-1899)

 Baptisms  (1828-1901)

 Deaths  (1828-1892)

 

Bridget Treacy married John Donohoe May 1889

Pat Donohoe b. March 1890

Peter Donohoe b. June 1891

Pat Donohoe b. March 1893

Bern Donohoe b. July 1894

Corn Donohoe b. October 1896

Eliz Donohoe b. June 1898

Rose Donohoe b. March 1900

 

Catherine Treacy and Andrew McKeon

Irish republican, General Seán MacEoin was born John Joseph McKeon on 30 September 1893 at Bunlahy, Granard, County Longford, the eldest son of Andrew McKeon and Catherine Treacy. After a national school education he trained as a blacksmith in his father’s forge and, on his father’s death in February 1913, he took over the running of the forge and the maintenance of the McKeon family…

http://www.ucd.ie/archives/html/collections/maceoin-sean.htm

Irish republican, John Joseph McKeon was born at Bunlahy, Granard, Co. Longford on 30th September 1893, eldest child of Andrew MacEoin or McKeon, a blacksmith, and Catherine, née Treacy, of Ballinglough, Co. Longford.

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography 2004

 

Charles Treacy & Marg(a)ret Nannary

Bernard b. 4 June 1864 Ballinalee (LDS) (State Registration Bernard Treacy, Granard  8 235)

Edward b. 3 August 1866 Ballinalee (LDS)

Conner Treacy b. 1st August 1868 Ballinalee, Co. Lonford. (LDS) (State Registration Conner Treacy, Granard 1868 13 190)

 

Cornelius Treacy of Lislea died May 1855

Mrs. Treacy of Lislea died January 1867

 

Charles Tracy (s. of Cornelius Tracy & Mary Ann Cahill) d. 18 May 1942 526 West 152nd Street Manhattan, New York, New York, United States [see 1911 Census]

Age         34

Marital Status        Married

Occupation            Grocery Store Manager

Birth Date              12 Sep 1907 Ireland

Burial Date            21 May 1942 Gate of Heaven Cemetery

Spouse's Name      Margaret

 

Cornelius (Con) Tr(e)ac(e)y & Eliza Keirnan

Bridg b. April 1857

Eliz b. June 1858

Ann b. January 1862

Margret b. 7 December 1864 Ballinalee (LDS) (??? State Registration Margaret Treacey, Granard, 1864 18 196)

Cornelius b. 6 Oct 1868 (LDS)

Rose Ann b. January 1870

Ellen b. 23 August 1873 (LDS)

 

C. Treacy & Edward Tynan

Edward b. April 1856

 

M. Tracey & Con Hosey

Michael b. January 1851

Edward b. April 1853

 

? Tracy & Andrew McKeon

Michael b. January? 1895

Andrew b. May 1897

James b. January 1900

Rose b. November 1901

 
Nov 1, 1954 (II) Deaths
Treacy (Ballinalee, Co. Longford) Oct 31 1954 at his residence, Aughagrev, Ballinalee, Bernard treacy. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing sons. RIP. remains leaving house this (Monday) evening at 4 o'c for Purth Church. Funeral tomorrow to Granardkille Cemetery.
 
 

 Granard Parish

 Marriages (1782-1869)

 Baptisms (1778-1894)

              

Ann Tracey married Eugene Ferely February 1837

 

Bernard Tracey married Ann Harison? February 1814

 

Bernard Tracy & A. Sheridan

Marian b. August 1820

Chas b. April 1825 twin?

Edw b. April 1825 twin?

 

Catherine Tressy married Patrick Kiernan October 1828

Ann b. March 1831

Judith b. March 1835

 

Cornel. Tracy & B. Tracy

Brid b. May 1822

 

Edmond (Edward) Trac(e)y married Judith Coyle April 1807

Rose Ann b. April 1822

Marian b. May 1824

 

Edward Trac(e)y & Margaret Briody

Bernard b. 1 November 1870 (LDS) or October 1870

John b. June 1874

 

Edward Tracey & M. Carters

Cath b. August 1892

Anna b. January 1894/

 

Edward Tracey & M. McCauley

Brid b. December 1890

 

Thomas Mahady m. Catherine Maher Abt 1832

John born 15 January 1833 Sponsors - Thomas Gaffney & Helen Treacy.

Daniel born 21 April 1839 Sponsors - John Tracy & Eleanor?? Moran.

 

James Tracey married Rose Casidy (Cassady) August 1791

Mich. baptized February 1809

 

James Tracey married Bridget O'Brien May 1815

 

James Tracy & B. Sullivan

James b. March 1858

 

James Tracey/Treasey & C. White

Cath b. April 1783

Edm b. November 1784

John b. May 1787

Robert b. December 1790

 

Joanne Tressy married John Rourk (or Burke) July 1818

Rosan b. March 1822

 

John Tracey married Mary Ferrall January 1814

Bern b. October 1821

Cath b. September 1826

 

John Tracey (widower, s. of Edward Tracey) m. Rose McCabe (single, d. of Lawrence McCabe) 09 Apr 1866 Roman Catholic Chapel of Eanbegs, Longford, Ireland (LDS SR)

John Tracy married Rose McCabe in Killoe Parish in April 1866

Rose Ann baptized September 1870 (born 1871?) Rosanna b. 4 October 1870 (LDS)

Cath. baptized December 1872

Mich. baptized 1874

 

John Tracey & M. McGrath [State Registration: John Treacy  m. Margret M'Grath,   Jul - Sep 1880, Granard  3 131]

Brid b. August 1883

Maria b. October 1886

Peter b. May 1891

 

Peter Treacy

My grandad was Peter Treacy, aged 9 in the 1901 Census.

He came over to Britain and settled in Scotland. He had a son (Peter Treacy in 1935, my Dad) and 3 daughters. My Dad had 3 sons 1970 (Peter Treacy), 1972 (Andrew Treacy) and 1977 (Simon Treacy). We have all went on to have families and the family name continues on.

I am interested in tracing my Grandads sisters that went to New York Bridget Treacy 1903 and Mary Treacy. I also think his brother went as well.

Regards

Peter Treacy <peter.treacy@btinternet.com>, Kilmarnock 30 May 2012

 

John Tracy & M. (or B.) Miles

Rose Ann b. October 1825

John b. February 1827

 

John Tracy & E. (or B.) Sullivan

Peter b. ? 1851

Bridget b. November 1857

Charles b. 1861

 

M. Tracy & Thomas Byrne

John b. March 1826

 

M. Tracey & Eugene Kiernan

John b. April 1883

Eug b. April 1885

 

Margerite Tressy married Laurence Reilly November 1819

 

Mary (or B.) Tracy married Laurence Geherty (or Geraghty) January 1851

Bart b. January 1854

Bern b. January 1856

Pat b. January 1859

Lau b. January 1863

 

Patrick Treacy & E. Kiernan

Jos b. November 1871

 

Patrick Tracy & B. ???

Bern b. April 1824

 

Peter Tracy & T. (or E.) McGirl

Ann b. August 1840

Brendan b. January 1842

Judith b. May 1846

 

Thomas Tracy married Catherine Cumasky (Cumoskey) April 1785

John baptized April 1786

 

Thomas Tracy married Marian Gill February 1836

 

Thomas Tracy & B. Sullivan

Mary b. October 1859

 

Granard Graveyard

Bridget Treacy alias Kiernan died 4 January 1898 aged 71

her daughter

Mary Treacy died 19 May 1868 aged 17

Bernard Treacy (Aughakilmore) died 31 October 1954 aged 94

Charlie Treacy (Aughakilmore) died 28 March 1981 aged 79

Edward Treacy (Aughakilmore) died 18 August 1996 aged 89

 

Second Calvary Cemetery, NY

#1063 Comelius Tracy native of Bunlahy, Parish of Granard, Longford b 4 Dec 1824. His is wife Catharine native of Boyle Roscommon b 20 Jun 1834 d 23 Feb 1901. EB Annie Waldron IMO Mary salkald. Her brother Michael J. Waldron d 7 June 1902 age 61y.

Rosemary Muscarella Ardolina (2000) Second Calvary Cemetery: New Yorkers carved in stone. Delia Publications.

 

 

 

 Killoe Parish

 Baptisms (1826-1917)

 Marriages (1826-1917)

 

B. Tracey & Anthony Mahon

Ann b. June 1845 

Bridgit b. August 1853

 

E. Tracey & William Lee

James b. October 1852

Charles b. August 1854 Granard parish

 

John Tracy married Rose McCabe in Killoe Parish in April 1866, moved to Granard Parish

 

 

Sharon Treacy of Killoe, Longford

Leinster & Munster Colleges Combined Team and Irish Universities All Star Team 2003 & 2004

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Longford star Sharon Treacy on the attack for Longford

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 Mostrim (& Edgeworthstown)

 

Thomas Treacy

Maria (aged 20) m. Patrick Keirnan (aged 24) 10 January 1864 Edgeworthstown (LDS)

 

 Newtownforbes Baptisms

 

Margaret/Mary Tracy and Thomas Butler

Patrick b. 8th April 1833. Sp. James Butler and Anne Tracy

Thomas b. 4th September 1835. Sp. Patrick Tracy and Anne Mahon

 

Michael Hoy and Jeanne Shannon

John b. 6th March 1833 Sp. Patrick Tracy and Elizabeth Shannon

 

 

 Templemichael (& Longford)

 

St. John’s Longford, Co. Longford

Maria Tracy Died 2 Feb 1832 aged 42 years and her son 

William, died Oct. 1849 aged 32 years Also her daughter 

Frances, Died 22 Dec. 1854. aged 27 years.
Erected by her husband Pat Tracy of Longford.

APMDI (1911)

 

 

 
raydonlon2006

Noel "Butch" Treacy

 

The death has occurred of Noel (Butch) Treacy of 29 Templemichael, Glebe, Longford Town on Sunday, August 17, 2008.

A real Longford Town legend, Butch was a much loved Town fan, known up and down the League as a programme editor and photographer for Longford Town FC and a dedicated supporter who organised countless trips to away matches over the last ten years. Butch was known in all grounds and had friends in all the clubs we played, both in our own League and outside. A dedicated sports fan, he enjoyed all sports especially GAA, rugby and golf. Indeed when it came to sport, Butch had a superb knowledge of the world of sport. Butch was a committee member for many years and a supporter from the days in the Greyhound Track and Abbeycartron. He will be very sadly missed by everyone at Longford Town FC and throughout football.  To his wife Christine, his daughters, his family and friends we extend our deepest sympathies.

 

Butch Treacys magic!

He wears a cowboys hat!

An when he saw the longford!

He said I fancy that!

 

This was a song that the buckfast crew had in his honour in the early days of the premier division.

 

 

 GENERAL REFERENCES FOR LONGFORD

 

Brady, G. In Search of Longford Roots, Offaly Historical Society, 1987.

Brady, J. A short history of the parishes of the diocese of Meath, 1867-1944,

Butler, H.T & H.E. The Black Book of Edgeworthstown 1585-1817, 1927.

Cobbe, D. 75 Years of the Longford Leader, 1972.

Devaney, O. Killoe: History of a Co. Longford Parish, 1981.

Farrell, James, P. History of the county of Longford, Dublin, 1891.

Farrell, Noel Exploring Family origins in Longford, Self, Longford, 1991.

Gillespie, Raymond Longford: Essays in County History, Lilliput Press, Dublin, 1991. Dublin City Library (1) 941.812

Healy, John History of the Diocese of Meath, Dublin, 1908.

Leahy, David Co. Longford and its People, Flyleaf Press, Dublin, 1990.

Leahy, David Co. Longford Survivors of the Great Famine: index to Griffith's for Co. Longford, Longford, Derryvrin Press, 1996

MacNamee, James J. History of the Diocese of Ardagh, Dublin, 1954.

McGiveny J. Placenames of the Co. Longford, Longford, 1908

Monahan, Rev. J. Records Relating to the Diocese of Ardagh and Clonmacnoise, 1886.

Murray, C. Bibliography of the Co. Longford, Longford, 1961. LDS film 1279275

Murtagh, H. Irish Midland Studies, 1980.

Paterson, J. (ed.) Diocese of Meath and Kildare: an historical guide, 1981.

Stafford, R.W. St Patrick's Church of Ireland Granard: Notes of Genealogical & Historical Interest, 1983,

Last update: 21 March 2017