Dr Andrew W Tracy (b. 1846 Galway Ireland d. Dec. 10, 1917 Meriden, New Haven County, Connecticut, USA) [see Dr. Andrew Tracy]
Burial: Sacred Heart Cemetery, Meriden, New Haven County, Connecticut, USA
The son of Michael and Julia (Hannon) Tracy. He came to the US with his parents when three years old, locating in Island Pond, Essex county, Vt., where his parents lived. He attended St. Sulpie College, Montreal, and St. Charles College near Baltimore, and was graduated from McGill College, Montreal, in 1873. He began the practice of medicine in Island Pond, Vt. Since November, 1875, he has practiced in Meriden. He married Margaret, daughter of Edward Broderick, of Willimantic, Conn.
Physician. Mayor of Meriden, Connecticut in 1892. Active member of St. Rose's Church. Husband of Ell Broderick. Predeceased by daughter Molly.
Andrew W. Tracy, M.D., Meriden, Conn. ; McGill University, Montreal, 1873 ; aged 71; Democrat, member of the Connecticut State Medical Society ; mayor of Meriden in 1892, and a member of the city council for two terms ; died at his home, December 10 [Jour A.M.A. Dec 29, 1917]
Anne-Marie Treacy, Lecturer in Music RWD B06, Music Department, University of Wolverhampton, Gorway Road, Walsall WS1 3BD, England. email@example.com
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).
Anne-Marie Treacy Et pour la joie que j'avoie ce rondelet fis : the emotional use of song in Chaucer's Book of the duchess in Borderline areas in fourteenth and fifteenth-century music = Grenzbereiche in der Musik des 14. und 15. Jahrhunderts / edited by Karl Kügle & Lorenz Welker. Münster ; Middleton [Wis.] : American Institute of Musicology c2009
Revd Bernard Treacy OP, (Dublin) from Roscommon, Director of Dominican Publications and editor of the influential Dominican periodical Doctrine & Life
Pictured at the launch of the Authority of Scripture in Christ Church Cathedral are the Archbishop of Armagh, the Most Revd Dr Robin Eames, the Bishop of Meath & Kildare, the Most Revd Richard Clarke and Fr Bernard Treacy.
Brendan Joseph Treacy, B.A. (Mod.), L.L.B., Queen's Counsel; Att.-Gen. of Rhod; Came to Rhod. 1947; b. 11th Mar. 1924, Dublin, Ireland. educ Trinity Coll. Dublin: m. 1960 Patricia Salonika: 1 s. Rec.: Golf; Add.: P.B. 7714, Causway, Sby., Rhod 
Director of Public Prosecutions Q.C., J.P. ended his career as Attorney General, Republic of Rhodesia, 1975-1980, replaced by the Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, Mr. Mugabe.
Who's who of Rhodesia, Mauritius, Central and East Africa, 1971
Who's who of Southern Africa by International Publications Service. Published by Argus Printing & Publishing Co., 1976
Brendan Treacy, in 1973, decided to collect photographs and negatives to have a pictorial record of Nenagh. The likelihood is that but for his initiative so many photographic reproductions of Nenagh, of the distant and not so distant past, of its people, its occasions and events, would have been lost, never to have been brought to the surface again. Five books based on the collections of photographers Samuel J. Bernal, Kevin O'C Bernal, Lewy P. Gleeson, William J. Heaney, Tommy Lynch, Jack Ryan, Pat Stephens and others have been published. He is a retired County Council official.
'Nenagh Yesterday, with historical notes and biographical information added by Nancy Murphy (1993) Nenagh Relay Publications, Tyone.
'Looking Back: a pictorial history of Nenagh spanning one hundred years' (2005)
'Moments in Time: a pictorial history of Nenagh' (2006)
'Cherished Memories of Nenagh' (2007)
‘Nenagh through the mists of time’ (2009)
Fr. Brian Treacy from just outside Kilmallock, Co. Limerick. He has been working in Kenya since 1965 and is a member of the Kiltegan Fathers, a missionary order based in County Wicklow. In 2008, his church in Londiani in North West Kenya, was caught up in the recent violence but he insists he will not be returning home as he is safe and not in immediate danger.
Catherine Tracey, PhD, M.B.A, MSc, RGN, RPN, of Dublin, former acting Course Co-ordinator and Lecturer in Trinity College Dublin. She has worked extensively with Hospitaller Order of St. John, where she was Director of Nursing for ten years. She also worked in St. Luke’s Hospital as Lecturer and acting course Co-ordinator in the postgraduate diploma in oncological nursing.
Catherine Treacy, former Registrar of Deeds and Titles is the first Chief Executive of the Property Registration Authority (PRA) founded in 2006. As Chief Executive and Registrar of Deeds and Titles of the Land Registry and Registry of Deeds for Ireland. She was a member of the implementation group of Secretaries General and Heads of Office charged with the practical implementation and future development of the Strategic Management Initiative in the Public Service. A barrister by profession, she also holds an MSc (Management) degree from Trinity College, Dublin.
Catherine Treacy, as Chief Executive and Registrar of Deeds and Titles of the Land Registry Office received her award as the Overall Winner of the Irish eGovernment Awards 2005. L-R. Minister Tom Kitt TD, Oliver Ryan Director of Reach and Catherine Treacy Land Registry Office.
Colm Treacy, MSc PGCE RMN RGN RNT FHEA, Senior Lecturer, of Laois and London
A dually qualified RGN and RMN with over 20 years of clinical experience, Colm has worked in number of clinical settings in the UK and abroad. He has experience in lecturing across various undergraduate and postgraduate courses, in a range of subject areas. His main teaching focus is around the care and management of patients with long-term conditions, particularly inherited neurological conditions, inherited dementias & enduring neuropsychiatric problems.
Before joining Kingston and St George’s Joint Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, Colm worked at City University London and was an honorary CNS (secondee) at Barts Health NHS Foundation Trust.
2016 – Present Senior Lecturer, Kingston University, Kingston Hill, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT2 7LB
2012 - 2016 Clinical Nurse Specialist (Honorary Clinical Secondment - 0.2 WTE), Barts Health NHS Trust
2009 - 2016 Lecturer, School of Health Sciences, City University London
2008 - Present Editorial Board, British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing (BJNN) - Mark Allen Publishing
2005 - 2009 Neurogenetics Clinical Nurse Specialist (Grade H / Band 7), Department of Neurogenetics& Molecular Neuroscience - The National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery University College London Hospitals NHS Trust
2003 - 2005 Prion Disease Clinical Nurse Specialist (Grade H), The National Prion Clinic - The National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery University College London Hospitals NHS Trust
2001 - 2003 Research Nurse (Grade G), Academic Department of Accident & Emergency Medicine (Faculty of Medicine) - Imperial College London
1998 - 2001 Staff Nurse (Grade E; Acute Neurology), The National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery - University College London Hospitals NHS Trust
1996 - 1997 Change Agent and Project Co-ordinator, DivizjoniServizziTas-SaÄ§Ä§a (Ministry for Health - Malta)
1995 - 1996 Staff Nurse (Grade E; Acute Psychiatry), Springfield University Hospital - Pathfinder Mental Health Services NHS Trust
1993 - 1994 Staff Nurse (Grade D; Coronary Care Unit), Oldchurch Hospital - Havering Hospitals NHS Trust
1992 - 1994 Staff Nurse (Grade D; Acute Medicine / Gastroenterology), Oldchurch Hospital - Havering Hospitals NHS Trust
Academic and professional qualifications:
· Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
· Post-graduate Certificate in Academic Practice, City University London
· MSc, Clinical Neuroscience, University of Roehampton, London
· ENB 997/998 - Teaching and Assessing in Clinical Practice, London South Bank University
· ENB 148 - Neuromedical& Neurosurgical Nursing, London South Bank University
· RMN - St. George's & Kingston College of Health Studies
· RGN - Romford College of Nursing, Midwifery & Health Studies
Colm's main research areas include:
· Care and management of patients with long-term neurological conditions, including neurogenetic conditions, dementia and enduring neuropsychiatric problems.
· Men's long-term health
· Neuropraxia and erectile dysfunction following major abdominal surgery and long-term medical problems (including CHD, Diabetes & renal failure).
· The effects on erectile function following radical surgery / radiotherapy for prostate cancer.
The Honourable Mr Justice Colman Maurice Treacy
Mr Ronan Barry Conal Treacy, MB CHB 1983, Primary FRCS 1988, Final FRCS, FRCS Orth 1996
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Ronan B.C. Treacy (b. 1959 Solihull Birmingham Warwickshire) the son of Dr. Maurice Colman Treacy (b. 1920 Mountrath, Laois, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.N.U.I. 1944) and Mary T. Frisby, who were married in Birmingham in 1945.
Specialty: Orthopaedic surgery - lower limb
NHS hospital: The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital
Year qualified: 1983
• British Medical Association
• British Orthopaedic Association
• British Hip Society
Professional profile: Ronan Treacy became a consultant at the famous Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in 1994 specialising in hip replacement surgery. He is especially well known for his pioneering work with Mr McMinn when they developed, what is known as "Birmingham Hip Replacement" which has transformed the hip replacement procedure.
Derek McMinn & Ronan Treacy. Birmingham hip resurfacing: history, development & clinical results. Birmingham: Midland Medical Technologies 2000
November 2017: University Fellowship: Ronan Treacy Mbchb, Md, Frcs, Final Frcs, Frcsorth
A leading local surgeon will receive a Fellowship from the University of Worcester.
Ronan Treacy was born into a medical family in Birmingham where his father was a GP for 40 years.
In 1983 he qualified from Birmingham Medical School and developed an early interest in research and trauma surgery. As recipient of The Royal College of Surgeons Laming Evans award in 1991, he took time out from his training to investigate the role that alterations in Red Cell membranes play in the development of Respiratory Distress Syndrome.
During this time he also developed a biodegradable antibiotic delivery system in association with Aston University.
Ronan was appointed to the staff of the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in 1994.
He ran the Revision Hip Surgery Service for nearly ten years. During this time he helped develop the pioneering Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) device with his mentor Derek McMinn, leading to the establishment of Midland Medical Technologies, a company founded by the pair to manufacture the BHR device.
For the past decade in addition to a busy clinical practice, Ronan Treacy has taught, lectured and operated around the world and performed televised surgeries in France, Canada, India and the US. In 2008, he was recognised by the Lord Mayor of Birmingham for his outstanding contribution to Orthopaedics in the city.
David Tracy (1939-) of Yonkers New York and Chicago, Roman Catholic Theologian, whose family came from Ireland
David Treacy, Director of Further Education and Training, City of Dublin Education and Training Board (CDETB),
2016 IVEA-NALA Working Group on Integrating Literacy.
2005 - Education Officer, City of Dublin Education and Training Board (previously City of Dublin VEC)
1893 - 2005 Director, City of Dublin Youth Service Board (CDYSB)
1991 - 1993 Youth Work Assessor, Department of Education and Science
1986 – 1989 MA Adult Education, Maynooth University
1978 – 1981 BSS Social Science, Trinity College Dublin
Donncha Ó Treasaigh
Is é Donncha Ó Treasaigh Príomhoide Ghaelcholáiste Luimnigh. Is ón gCeapach Mhór Donncha ó dhúchas é. D'fhreastal sé ar Scoil na mBráithre i nDún Bleisce. Bhain sé céim amach i gColáiste Mhuire gan Smál / Ollscoil Luimnigh sa Ghaeilge agus sa tíreolaíocht i 1998 agus dhein sé an tArd Dioplóma san Oideachas i Má Nuad. Bhain sé iarchéim amach san TEC ó Mhá Nuad sa 2000. Thosaigh sé ag teagasc i gColáiste Bhríde, Cluain dolCáin, Baile Átha Cliath i 1999 agus d'aistrigh sé go Scoil na nUrsulach, Dúrlas Eile, Co. Thiobraid Árainn i 2002. Tá an-cháil air de bharr a shuim agus a shaineolas i ngort Teicneolaíocht an Eolais agus Cumarsáide (TEC) agus tá sé gafa ar bhonn náisiúnta le cláracha a bhaineann le forbairt múinteoirí sa réimse seo. Is eagarthóir é ar fhoilseacháin éagsúla leis an NCTE. Le déanaí tá sé gafa leis an gComhairle Náisiúnta Curaclam agus Measúnachta (CNCN) sa ghort céanna. Is ball é de Choiste Bainistíochta Ionad Oideachais Luimnigh. Tá cúrsaí tugtha aige do mhúinteoirí bunscoile agus iar-bhunscoile tríd an ghréasán náisiúnta sin ó 1999 i leith.
Donncha Ó Treasaigh is the principal of Ghaelcholáiste Luimnigh (Irish College Limerick). He is a native of Cappamore, and attended St. Fintan’s C.B.S., Doon, Co. Limerick. He graduated from Mary Immaculate College/University of Limerick in 1998 and completed the Higher Diploma in Education in NUI Maynooth. In 2000 he graduated with a postgraduate degree in ICT from NUI Maynooth. He has earned significant acclaim in the field of ICT and has been involved at National level in several programmes relating to teachers’ professional development. He is also an editor for the NCTE on various publications. In recent months he has been involved with the NCCA in relation to ICT in Irish education. He is a member of the Management committee of the Limerick Education Centre and has delivered courses to both Primary and Post-Primary teachers through the Education Centre network since 1999.
Eric Treacy (1907-1978) MBE, Bishop of Wakefield and renowned English railway photographer, whose family came from Co. Clare.
Elizabeth (Lizzy) Treacy, of Dublin, TCD Scholar
2015 – 2017 Master’s Degree, Mental Health - Psychosocial Interventions Strand, School of Nursing & Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin
2014 - present Registered Mental Health Nurse, St Patrick's Mental Health Services
2014 Bachelor's Degree, Mental Health Nursing, First class Honors, Trinity College Dublin
2013 Trinity Scholar, Trinity College, Scholarship awarded on the basis of performance in the Trinity scholarship exams in Psychiatric Nursing
1998 – 1999 Liberties College Dublin, Applied Social Studies, Grade: FETAC Level 5
Frank Tracy was born in the Liberties in Dublin in 1943. He was educated at James’ Street CBS and University College Galway from which he graduated with a B.A. in Celtic Archaeology in 1967. He has spent most of his working life in the Public Service. A keen hillwalker and lifelong member of the scout movement, he is an active scout leader in the Merchants’ Quay, Dublin scout troop. He also has a keen interest in local history and archaeology which led, among other things, to this study of the family history of Lord Massy of Duntrileague. A father of five adult children, he lives with his wife Bernie in Stillorgan, Co. Dublin.
Tracy, Frank. If those trees could speak: The story of an ascendancy family in Ireland. Dublin: South Dublin Libraries, 2007. Size: 2.4M bytesModified: 18 June 2009, 14:41
Travelling to the parish of Killakee, in the Dublin Mountains, historian Frank Tracy toured the grounds of the Massy Estate for this recording, beginning at the beehive cottage. Lord Massy and his wife spent 35 years living here. Frank outlined the genealogy of the family and walked through the now wooded area to where the original grand house stood. He continued on to the walled garden area where he compared some 19th century photographs with its mostly wooded landscape today.
South Dublin Collection - Irish Life and Lore.
Glenn Andrew Millar Treacy
2003 Senior Quantitative Researcher/Head of Quantitative Research, Irish Life Investment Managers, Dublin.
1997 Chevening Scholar, British Council
1996 Bastable Prize, Economics Department, Trinity College, Award for first place in final moderatorship exams in Economics
1996 Whately Prize, Economics department, Trinity College Dublin, Prize for obtaining first class moderatorship degree in Economics
1992 Trinity Scholar, Trinity College, Scholarship awarded on the basis of performance in the Trinity scholarship exams in Experimental Physics and Mathematics
Dr. Grainne Treacy (Department of Chemistry, NUI Maynooth).
Mr. J.J. Tracey of the Ulster Archaeological Heritage Society, 1985
Mrs Jeanie Kildare Tracy (1852?-1912) from County Tipperary qualified at the City of Dublin Hospital when the nursing profession was new in Ireland, and was among its earliest students. She was appointed Superintendant of the City of Dublin Nursing Institution in Upper Baggot Street after a year or two of staff work, in succession to Miss Fitzgerald who sudden demise from influenza. She was also President of the INA.
1911 Census: Jane Kildare Tracy, 27 Baggot Street, Upper, 59, F, Pembroke West Dublin (b. Tipperary, widow, CoI, matron Dublin Nursing Institute)
The battle of the nurses: a study of eight women who influenced the ...Susan McGann - Nurses - 1992 - 221 pages
James J. Tracy, M.B., B.CH., B.A.O. (R.U.I.), Physician, Mercy Hospital, Cork.
The medical profession in Cork has suffered a great loss by the death, at the early age of 38, of Dr. James J. Tracy, which occurred at his residence in Cork, on December 26th, 1901. His health had for some time caused anxiety to his friends, but no one thought the end so near.
He graduated in I890 in the Royal University, Ireland, after a distinguished career in Queen's College, Cork, after which he practised for a short period in England. On returning to Cork he was appointed to the medical staff of the Mercy Hospital, first as Surgeon, but later he resigned this appointment for that of Physician. His medical skill was of a high order, and much appreciated by his colleagues and patients. His powers of diagnosis were quite exceptional, and his treatment of difficult cases showed a highly-trained and cultured intelligence. A meeting of the medical staff of the Mercy Hospital held on December 3oth passed the following resolution:
That we wish to place on record our sense of the irreparable loss the medical staff of the hospital have sustained by the death of our esteemed colleague, Dr. James J. Tracy.
He was honorary treasurer of the Cork Medical and Surgical Society for several years, and piloted the finances of that Society through a most critical period in a manner that secured to him the admiration and confidence of the members and this Society at a specially-convened meeting held on December 30th passed the following resolution:
That we, the members of the Cork Medical and Surgical Society, have learned with extreme regret of the untimely death of our able and valued colleague, Dr. Tracy, who acted as our Treasurer for many years, and who, devoted himself with untiring zeal of this interest s of this Society, as well as to those of the profession generally.
Although in failing health, his keen interest in the matters relating to his profession never flagged. He was present and joined in the discussions at a recent meeting of the Medical Society. Dr. Tracy was unmarried. The funeral took place on Saturday, December 28th, 1901, the large attendance of his colleagues and general public testifying to the esteem in which he was held.
11 January 1902. Obituary. British Medical Journal (BMJ)
James J. Treacy renowned writer and editor of Roman Catholic publications. Two of his books received a benediction from Pope Leo XIII.
Treacy, James J. editor (1882) Catholic Flowers from Protestant Gardens. P. J. Kennedy, New York
Treacy, James J. (1885) Tributes of Protestant Writers to the Truth and Beauty of Catholicity. Fr. Pustet, New York & Cincinnati
Treacy, James J. (1907) Conquests of our Holy Faith; or, Testimonies of Distinguished Converts. Fr. Pustet, New York & Cincinnati
Rev. James Treacy (1828-1898) of Mallow Cork, Pittsburgh PA & Dixon IL
[see James Treacy of Mallow]
Rev. James Power Treacy (1868-1946)
James Power Treacy, RR Rev, MGR, Clergyman and Editor of 161 Annette St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, was born 13 May 1868, in Cappawhite Co. Tipperary. He was educated at St. Vincent's College, Castleknock, County Dublin; also at the Royal University, Dublin, from which he received the gold medal scientia et religione; in 1888 he went to Rome to the Canadian College for a special course in Philosophy; remained there until 1893; studied under Lorenzelli and Sbarretti, and in 1889 received the degree of Ph.D. from the Academy of St. Thomas; studied theology under the late Cardinal Satolli and was ordained in 1892; and in 1893 took the degree of S.T.D. He was pastor of St. Patrick's Church from 1894-1913. He was rector of St. Patrick's Church, Dixie, Ontario, Canada 1904; and served as one of the official secretaries to the first Plenary Council of Canada in 1909; also theologian at Council. In 1913 was appointed parish priest of St. Cecilia's Church, Toronto; He contributed editorial articles to the Catholic Register, Toronto, and to other religious and secular papers in Canada; is editor of the Question Box on Catholic Register, Toronto, and has written for various magazines in the United States and Canada. In 1895 Father Treacy accompanied the late Archbishop Walsh of Toronto, to Europe and traveled extensively in Great Britain, Ireland and the continent. In 1907 he returned to Rome, had a private audience with Pope Pius X, also with Cardinal Merry Del Val and Cardinal Satolli, visited Naples, Vesuvius, Loretto, London, France and his family home in Ireland. He died in Toronto, Canada Nov 23, 1946.
Builders of Our Nation United States 1915, Page 773
Cowley Burnand, Francis (1935) The Catholic Who's who and Yearbook - Page 498
Herringshaw's American Blue-book of Biography: Prominent Americans of ...by Thomas William Herringshaw, American Publishers' Association - United States – 1915 Page 1133
Pratt, James Bissett (1916) One thousand American men of mark today. American Men of Mark, Chicago
Row BB, St. James Cemetery, Adjala Tp, Simcoe Co, Ontario, Canada
His brother, Dr Richard Treacy, of Tipperary Town, and British Army, WW1.
James O Treacy, Barrister,
Qualifications: MSc(Mgmt), Dip in Arb, M.C.I. Arb, Dip Emp Law, Dip App Finance.
Junior Counsel: 2005
Address: Law Library, Four Courts, Dublin 7
Telephone Numbers: 01-817 7497(direct line)
Mobile: 087- 679 7792
Areas of Practice: General Practice
Rev. Jeremiah F. Tracy (1821-1889) Pioneer Priest
One of the earliest Catholic settlements of Nebraska was founded in Dakota County in 1855 by a group under the leadership of Reverend J. F. Tracy. It was known as Saint Patrick Settlement, and from his church of Saint John, Father Tracy attended similar colonies in Omaha, and in Nebraska City.
Rev. Jeremiah F. Tracy was born in Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland, in 1821, came to America with his parents in 1831, and grew to manhood in Lancaster, Pa, where the family settled. After finishing his studies he was principal of the high school there for a few years. During the Know Nothing riots in Philadelphia in 1843-1844, he was honoured by being appointed one of the guards to protect the churches from destruction. In 1849 he entered the Catholic school for young men at Chicago, where after hard study and close application he received minor orders from Bishop Quarters, but was stricken with pneumonia and advised by the doctors to seek a more congenial climate away from the lakes. He went to Dubuque where he was adopted by Bishop Loras and finished his studies at the old St. Bernard’s college, Table Mound, and was ordained on June 24, 1850. At that time the cholera was raging in Dubuque and the young priest remained with his Bishop all that year and part of the next, unselfishly ministering to the spiritual and physical necessities of the sick and dying. In many stricken families Father Tracy’s name was a household word, and many now holding exalted positions and living in fine homes in Dubuque and other parts of Iowa, are children for whom he provided homes when their parents were stricken down with the cholera. Many times did he and the good Bishop Loras go without food for long periods so completely was their time taken up with ministering to the wants of the sick and dying
In the fall of 1851 he was appointed pastor of Garryown, Jackson county, Iowa, a large Irish Catholic settlement, where he built the large, substantial stone church, 50 by 105 feet, which is still used by that large parish. He also established a parochial school, which is still taught by the Sisters of Charity. In June, 1855, Father Tracy and his brother John crossed the state of Iowa and the Missouri River and explored the country and selected the site for his colony, which he brought there the following year. Returning to Dubuque he tried to induce some of the settlers around there to go to Nebraska, but they evidently thought they were far enough west already. He went east to find recruits for his colony, and while pursuing this work he met much opposition, particularly from Archbishop Hughes of New York, who denounced him and his scheme to take his innocent countrymen into the wilds of the west, where they might starve or suffer other untold misfortunes. This shows how great men may be mistaken in their views, as the Archbishop was by preferring to see the Irish immigrants remain in the slums of the great cities, subject to all their contaminating influences, instead of coming west to enjoy the pure air and glorious sunshine of the prairies, to live happy and virtuous lives, while enjoying the greatest degree of material prosperity as the members of this colony certainly did. Father Tracy made a canvass in the New England states, where he secured a number of recruits and the next spring started with them for Nebraska, coming from Dubuque by wagon, fording streams and rivers, and enduring great hardships in crossing the hitherto untrodden prairies. On June 1, 1856, they crossed the Missouri River at Sioux City and on the next day reached the selected site, which he named St. Johns, about a mile and a half north and east of the present site of Jackson. There were eighteen wagons and about sixty people in all, including his single brother John. Others followed the same year and the following years the colony grew to be a large and prosperous one.
For a short time mass was celebrated in a tent, but as soon as possible a log church was erected, which was later replaced by a frame structure. After getting the church and parish well established, Father Tracy looked around for scattered Catholics wherever he could find them. In June 1857 he celebrated the first Mass in Sioux City. In 1858 he founded a church in Council Bluffs, the first one erected there for white settlers. He visited points along the Missouri River as far north as Fort Randall.
After about four years of this strenuous life, his health failed and he left St Johns in 1860, and after remaining in Sioux City for a few months went south to the diocese of Mobile and was appointed pastor at Huntsville, Ala. During the Civil War he served as chaplin in General Rosecran’s army, but did not confine his ministrations to the Federal ranks alone, crossing and recrossing the lines, wherever he found sick and dying soldiers. After the war he returned to Mobile diocese, working until 1879 when he was striken with paralysis. He was taken to the Alexian Brother's Hospital in St. Louis where he passed away nine years later, March 1889.
The old town site for which Father Tracy had great expectations is now a farm and the only indication that it had existed is the cemetery on the hill overlooking it which is still used as "the city of the dead."
Ref: Nebraska ancestree, Volumes 21, No.3
Lyons Weekly Sun, July 19, 1906. Pioneers enjoy day at Jackson. Catholics Celebrate Fiftieth Anniversary of Tracy Colony
Potter, George W. (1960) To the golden door; the story of the Irish in Ireland and America. Little, Brown and Co., Boston.
Jack Treacy (Lecturer in physical chemistry, School of Chemistry, Dublin Institute of Technology)
1983-84 Prspectus College of Technology, Kevin Street, Dublin 8.
Department of Chemistry...Staff Lecturers...J. Treacy, BSc, PhD...
John Gerard Patrick Tracey, of Belfast, Ph.D. and musician.
John “Larry” Tracey has researched Irish dialectology with the Irish & Celtic department at the School of Modern Languages at QUB. Having completed a BA (2009) and MA (2010) in Irish & Celtic Studies, he returned in 2011/12 to undertake a doctorate. His PhD project involved exploring the native Irish Gaelic dialect of County Down in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Relatively little is known or has been published about this dialect of Irish. He researched and gathered a corpus of texts from this region and era, and examined them for linguistic features which would shed light on the nature of the dialect of Down, and also reveal more about its relationship with neighbouring dialects in the theoretical Gaelic linguistic continuum.
He is also a tutor to undergraduate students in the Irish & Celtic department, and had previously worked alongside the School of Education as a research assistant.
He is also part of a musical duo called FretWear, playing contemporary blues and acoustic music
2011 – 2015 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Irish & Celtic Studies, Queen's University Belfast
2009 – 2010 Master of Arts (M.A.), Irish and Celtic Studies, Distinction, Queen's University Belfast
2006 – 2009 Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Irish & Celtic Studies, First class, Queen's University Belfast
John J. Treacy, Ph.D., Spanish Point, Co. Clare, ex-Irish Navy, PhD graduate from Mary Immaculate College Limerick and Project Director & Coordinator, San Marcos Project 2014.
A PhD graduate in Naval History at Mary Immaculate College. His thesis was entitled ‘Irish Naval Service Operations 1946-84: Victims of Circumstance or Architects of their own decline?’ John is a History Department tutor in Mary Immaculate & also lectures in the development of Irish Naval policy at the Centre for Military History and Strategic Studies at NUI Maynooth.
He has participated in naval and defence conference proceedings both nationally and internationally.
John Treacy with his supervisor Dr. Maura Cronin October 2015.
Very Rev John J Tracy, Ph.D. (1868 Tipperary - 1923 Helena Montana ) Catholic Educationist [see John J Tracy]
Bishop John Patrick Treacy (1890-1964) of La Crosse [see Treaceys of Fuerty Roscommon]
Most Reverend John P. Treacy, S.T.D., LL.D.: Bishop Treacy was born at Marlboro, Massachusetts, July 23, 1890, the only child of John Tracy and Ann O'Kane, and grandson of Patrick Treacy & Hanora Gallagher of Fuerty, Roscommon.
Ordained to the Priesthood Cleveland, Ohio December 8, 1918.
Appointed Coadjutor Bishop of La Crosse, Wisconsin,
USA and Titular Bishop of Metelis 22 Aug 1945
He founded the Holy Cross Seminary in La Crosse and oversaw the construction of the new Cathedral. In a lighthearted way people speak of him as “Jack the Builder.” Yet, the La Crosse Tribune, at the time of his death, wrote, “He established 47 new churches (including the Cathedral), 47 new rectories, 43 new convents, 42 new schools, and a seminary.”
He died Oct. 11, 1964 at La Crosse, La Crosse County, Wisconsin, USA
Dr Joseph A Tracey MB, BCh, DCH, FFARCSI, DABA, Clinical Director 1985-2010, National Poisons Information Centre, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9. 2010 onwards Locum Clinical Direction. 2012 onwards Director of the College of Anaesthetists of Ireland (CAI) MSc in Medical Professionalism.
Reverend Joseph Vincent Tracy (1860-1947), DD, b. at Mountmellick, Ireland, 26 August, 1860, son of Edward Tracy, of Cashel, Ireland. Education: at Hawes Hale and Bigelow public schools, Boston; Boston College; Holy Cross College, Worcester (A.B., 1882) ; St. Joseph's Seminary, Troy, N. Y.; St. John's Seminary, Boston. Ordained priest by the Most Rev. John J. Williams, Archbishop of Boston, February 24, 1886. S.T.D. St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore, 1898; received the title of Missionary Apostolic from Pope Leo XIII, 1903. Spent the earliest years of his priesthood in Florida and Minnesota; in 1889 was assigned to the parish of the Most Precious Blood, Hyde Park, Mass.; teacher of Holy Scripture at St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore, 1890-88; in 1898 was recalled to Boston to teach the New Testament at St. John's Seminary and act as local director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith. Through his efforts, branches of this society were organized in more than one hundred parishes and over $84,000 collected for missions within four and a half years. In 1906 he read a paper before the annual meeting of the Arch-bishops, entitled The Catholic Church in the United States, and its mission work, in which a plan for a national mission-support organization covering all mission needs was outlined. Appointed Rector of St. Anthony's Parish, Allston, 1907; Rector of St. Columbian's, Brighton District, Boston, since 1907. Has contributed to the Sacred Heart Review, Catholic World, American Catholic Quarterly, Ecclesiastical Review. Address: Rector, St. Columbkill's, Brighton District, Boston, Mass.
The Catholic Encyclopedia and Its Makers. The Encylopedia [!] press, inc.,1911& 1917
He died 12 February 1947 [see Laois].
Dr. Josephine Treacy
Dr Josephine Treacy is a lecturer in Environmental Analytical Science at LIT since 2003. She has worked with Cork County Council for several years in the area of environmental management, monitoring and control. She has post‐doctorate experience in waste resource remediation using supercritical fluid.
NCEA Diploma Chemical Instrumentation
H.Dip Environmental Analytical Chemistry
MSc Environmental Analytical Science
PhD Environmental Analytical Science (2003)
Josephine Treacy earned her undergraduate degree in chemical instrumentation at the Limerick Institute of Technology, Ireland. After graduating, she worked with the Cork County Council environmental sector in the area of pollution control and management. She earned her :[Sc and PhD at University College Cork, Ireland, in the area of environmental analytical science while working with the Cork County Council .
University College Cork, Ireland, then awarded Dr Treacy a post doctorate scholarship researching remediation techniques using supercritical fluid technology. Presently, Dr. Treacy holds a. lecturing position with the Limerick. Institute of Technology, Ireland, lecturing in the following subject areas: environmental studies, pollution control,, environmental forensics., green technology and innovation, advanced pharmaceutical technology, spectroscopic and complementary methods, instrumentation, inorganic and physical chemistry, and real time monitoring.
Her research interests Include environmental, ecosystems, monitoring and management, drinking water treatment, waste- water treatment, and river catchment surveys. Other research interests include sensor deployment and validation for air and water applications, including biofouling elimination and prevention on sensors. Recently, Dr. Treacy earned an M.Ed. in adult and further education at. Mary Immaculate College University of Limerick
Saeid Eslamian (2016) Urban Water Reuse Handbook
Descendants of Teague Trassey of Maryland, one of the earliest immigrants from Ireland in 1655 to Virginia.
Joshua Irving Tracey (1883-1963)
B.S. Dickinson, 1906; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1912; instructor of Mathematics, Yale, 1912-1916, assistant professor, 1916-1926, associate professor, 1926-1952, associate professor emeritus, 1952-1963.
Joshua Irving Tracey was born on 19 Aug 1883 in Maryland, the son of Joshua Tracey and Lavinia Jane Wheeler. He married Grace Resh on 25 Jun 1914. He died on 7 Oct 1961 in New Haven, CT and was buried in Beaverdale Memorial Cemetery, New Haven
Mary Jane "Jerry" Mann
Guide to the Joshua Irving Tracey papers MS 503 Yale http://drs.library.yale.edu:8083/fedora/get/mssa:ms.0503/PDF
1942 Draft Card
Dr. Joshua Irving Tracey, Jr.
Dr. Joshua Irving Tracey Jr. (1915-2004) of Arlington, Virginia.
A noted geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey, he was recognized for pioneering studies which helped support Charles Darwin's theory on the development of atolls. In a citation for meritorious service, then-Secretary of the Interior Rogers B. Morton said, "Dr. Tracey's pioneering studies of reef limestone from drill core, coupled with related investigations, provided the first conclusive evidence supporting Darwin's classic coral-reef hypothesis. Through subsequent studies of other central and western Pacific atolls, and as co-leader of deep-sea coring expeditions, he has become a recognized authority on island and seafloor movements, geologic history, and mineral resources including island phosphates and distribution of deep-sea manganese nodules."
The son of the late Joshua and Grace Resh Tracey, Dr. Tracey was born May 5, 1915, in New Haven, Conn., where his father taught mathematics at Yale. He was educated at the Hopkins Grammar School and went on to Yale University, where he received his A.B. in physics and mathematics in 1937, his MSc. in geology in 1943, and his Ph.D. in 1950.
With the outbreak of World War II, Dr. Tracey joined the United States Geological Survey. He was sent to Alabama, Georgia and Arkansas exploring for bauxite, the ore for aluminium, which was critically needed for the war. For two years after the war, Dr. Tracey worked under Harry Ladd doing core drilling on Bikini Atoll before and after the atomic bomb tests. From 1951 to 1954, Dr. Tracey served the USGS as field party chief mapping the geology of Guam, the largest of the Mariana Islands. While on Guam, Dr. Tracey made surveying trips to Pagan, Fais and Ifaluk Atolls. During the 1960's, Dr. Tracey was involved with drilling on Midway Island in conjunction with the Department of Defense, the Atomic Energy Commission, the National Science Foundation, and Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
For several summers, Dr. Tracey did surveying of the Green River formation in Southwestern Wyoming. During the 1970's, Dr. Tracey was co-chief with George H. Sutton doing deep sea drilling in the Pacific on the Glomar Challenger, sponsored by the Joint Oceanographic Institutions for Deep Earth Sampling. His other research involved expeditions to Enderbury and Enowetok Islands. He served as scientific advisor with the U.S. delegation to the U.N. Seabeds Committee, which met in Geneva in 1971. He also served several years as chairman for the Geologic Names Committee. Dr. Tracey retired from the USGS in 1985 and was given office space in the Smithsonian Museum of National History, where he continued to write for several more years and where his papers were deeded to the Archives in 2002. Among other scientific and social organizations, he was a member of Sigma Xi, Geological Society of America, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, the Explorers Club, the Cosmos Club, a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and honorary membership in the International Society for Reef Studies.
Dr. Tracey was a member of Mt. Vernon Place United Methodist Church in Washington, singing bass in the choir for over 50 years, having joined during WWII. He was a member of the Rustin Couples class in the church.
He was survived by his wife of 58 years, Frances Louise Tracey; two sons, Dan Britton Jones of Lancaster, Pa., and Douglas Irving Tracey of Flemington, N.J.; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren, and a sister, Mary Jane Mann of Peterborough, N.H.
Joshua I. Tracey, Jr. (Ifaluk Island, 1953) [pdf]
Joshua Irving Tracey Papers, 1941-2000. Smithsonian Institution http://siris-archives.si.edu/ipac20/ipac.jsp?uri=full=3100001~!238756!0&term=#focus
Joshua Irving Tracey, Jr. Papers, 1957-1967 Scripps Institution of Oceanography Archives http://scilib.ucsd.edu/sio/lists/Tracey87-10.pdf
Kevin Pascal Treacy, CEng Chartered Engineer, FCIBSE FSLL
Kevin Treacy is a chartered engineer, registered consulting engineer with the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland (ACEI) and a Fellow of the CIBSE, SLL and the InstME. He was the first person in the Republic of Ireland to be awarded the prestigious Insignia Award in Technology in 1987 at the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) for his research thesis in building services engineering.
The MTW Partnership was established in 2000 by Tom Markham, Kevin Treacy and Bryan Wallace, consulting engineers, to offer a new Engineering Practice based in the North side of Dublin.
From 1987 until 1999, Kevin has worked in the UK for major consultancies and contractors. These include the consultancy firms Building Design Partnership, Travers Morgan and Oscar Faber, and the contractors Mowlem and Norwest Holst. Major international project experience was gained with Asahi Juken Japan, where Kevin headed the structures department of their London-based design office.
As an equity partner of McGrane & Partners, Architects and Engineers in Dublin until 1986, Kevin was responsible for all engineering works undertaken by the practice. These included the design of projects in the residential, commercial, industrial and education sectors throughout Ireland.
MA Mechanical and Electrical Building Services Engineering
Dublin Institute of Technology & South West London College
1987 Insignia Award in Technology
Larissa C. Tracy (Kat Tracy)
daughter of Captain Robert N. Tracy, USN & Ottawa, Ontario and Nina Zerkich
Associate Professor of Medieval Literature, Longwood University, Virginia
Trinity College, Dublin, D. Phil, 2000
Larissa Tracy and Jeff Massey (ed.), Heads Will Roll: Early Modern Imagination. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2012. 355pp. €155.00. ISBN 978900421151
Torture and Brutality in Medieval Literature: Negotiations of National Identity (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2012)
Larissa Tracy and Jeff Massey, eds., Heads Will Roll: Decapitation in the Medieval and Early Modern Imagination (Leiden: Brill, 2012)
Women of the Gilte Legende: A Selection of Middle English Saints’ Lives. The Library of Medieval Women (London: D.S. Brewer, 2003).
Laura Tracey (B.C.L.), who has been awarded second place in the prestigious National University of Ireland (NUI)/Denis Phelan Award in Law, 2004. These awards were based on a competition involving the top three graduating law students from each of the constituent Universities of the NUI. Laura is now preparing to begin her graduate studies for a masters degree in Law at Oxford University. The Dean of the Law Faculty, Professor Gerard Quinn said, "this award is fully deserved and also reflects well on the quality of teaching provided on our undergraduate law programmes. The competition was tough and Laura has done us proud. We heartily congratulate Laura and wish her every success at Oxford".
Rev. Liam M. Tracey, OSM, STB, SLD, Dip Mar, Dip Pastoral Theol
Professor of Liturgy (2008) at St. Patrick’s Pontifical
University, Maynooth, Co. Kildare.
Method in the study of Liturgical actions
Liturgy in Early Christian Ireland
The role of liturgy in the Jewish Christian Encounter
Several articles in Edward Kessler and Neil Wenborn, eds., A Dictionary of Jewish-Christian Relations, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005).
Currently editing papers of a conference on Liturgy and Music in the Early Irish Church
The Padova School and liturgical theology
The presence of Orthodox communities in Ireland
The Order of Christian Funerals as a ministry of consolation
Courses: Introduction to Liturgy; Sacraments of Christian Initiation; Liturgy and Time; Historical Theology; Foundations of Worship; Liturgy, Sacraments and Pastoral Care; Issues in Liturgical Theology ; Sources and History of the Roman Liturgy
Links and Other Interests: Plainchant and its performance
Ms. Mairead Tracey, Lecturer, Department of Accounting & Finance, University of Limerick.
Professor Margaret (Pearl) Treacy, Professor of the Department of Nursing Studies, College of Life Sciences, Belfield, University College Dublin, sociologist and author.
PhD (Lond), MSc
(Econ) (Lond), BA Hons (Lond), RGN.
In April 2012, Professor Pearl Treacy retired after a long and distinguished career in nursing and academia.
Marsha Tracey, PhD Researcher Dept of Epidemiology and Public Health UCC
2014 – 2017 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Epidemiology and Public Health, University College Cork
2012 – 2013 Master's degree Public Health University College Cork
2008 – 2012 Bachelor of Science (BSc), public health and health promotion, University College Cork
Marsha graduated from the BSc in Public Health and Health Promotion in 2012. She went on to complete the Masters in Public Health 2013, specializing in Epidemiology. During the Masters, Marsha worked as an intern with the ‘UCC Food Choice at Work Study’ where she gained practical experience in a research setting. Her thesis, ‘Socioeconomic inequalities of cardiovascular risk factors among manufacturing employees in Ireland’ utilised baseline data from the study. Marsha’s PhD will focus on the public health burden of diabetes in Ireland and her supervisory team includes Dr. Patricia Kearney and Dr. Tony Fitzgerald.
Martin S.O. Treasaigh, Sqoil Iochta, Glasnevin, Dublin.
7/11/1934 Irish Times. Leaving Certificate Highest mark – Physiology and Hygiene.
The Matt Treacy Column in An Phoblacht.
2004 Dubliner Matt Treasaigh, political advisor to North Kerry TD Martin Ferris in Leinster House.
Rethinking the Republic: The Republican Movement and 1966 /Matt Treacy in The impact of the 1916 rising: among the nations. editor, Ruán O'Donnell. Irish Academic Press, Dublin, 2008
The IRA 1956-69: Rethinking the Republic. Manchester University Press (22 Mar 2011)
[Originally written for a Ph.D. doctorate in TCD]
The Communist Party of Ireland 1921 – 2011 Volume I: 1921 – 1969 (2012)
Maurice N. Treacy, BSc MBA (NU) PhD, of Enniscorthy Wexford and Dublin
Director and co-founder of Genomics Medicine Ireland
He has over 20 years of post-PhD leadership experience and has a demonstrated record of innovation in the life science sector, including biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and diagnostics. He has significant C-level experience in Pharma R&D investment, research management, IP creation, protection & commercialisation, drug development, business strategy development, business development, company start-ups, alliance management, M&A activity and venture capital. He has extensively published research papers and is a co-inventor on over 80 USA patents applications.
Member of the UCD Governing Authority for the period 01 February 2014 – 31 January 2019 Elected by the UCD Graduates of NUI.
May 2015 – Present Director co-founder, Genomics Medicine Ireland (GMI)
January 2014 – April 2015 Venture Partner, ARCH Venture Partners
April 2011 – May 2014 Partner, Growcorp Group
April 2008 – April 2011 CEO, NIBRT
February 2004 – March 2008 Director LifeSciences, Science Foundation Ireland
February 1999 – December 2003 Chief Executive and Founder, HiberGen Ltd
July 1998 – December 1998 Director Strategy, ARIAD Pharmaceuticals, Inc
January 1996 – June 1998 Research Director DiscoverEase Program, Pfizer
February 1994 – January 1996 Program Manager, Merck Serono
January 1992 – February 1994 Project Manager, Merck Serono
1995 - 1997 MBA, High Technology Industries, Graduate School of Business, Northeastern University
1988 - 1992 Post-doctoral fellow, University of California, San Diego
1985 - 1988 PhD - Pharmacology University College Dublin
1980 - 1984 B.Sc. (Hons), science University College Dublin
Mia Ellen Minack Treacey, Ph.D., M.P.H.A., of Melbourne, Australia. [see Treaceys of Fuerty Roscommon]
Freelance academic, screened historian, researcher & writer
After 15 years of working in individual universities, she is now a freelance researcher, writer, academic, and screened historian. Her teaching expertise covers undergraduate through to HDR levels in the fields of history, film & television, screen or cinema studies and screened history. She has worked in universities that value high quality education and its relationship to research. She has also worked with diverse groups of researchers interested in screened history and related fields, writing and publishing in forms that are accessible and interesting to the broadest possible audiences. Her research and writing extends beyond academia, to working with groups in broader community and other non-university organisations, e.g. with film, television, radio and new media production companies and networking organisations.
2013 Research Supervisor Accreditation (Level 1), Institute of Graduate Research, Monash University,
2013 Graduate Certificate of Academic Practice, Monash University
2010 Doctor of Philosophy (History and Film & Television Studies), Monash University
2001 Master of Arts (Public History), Monash University
1999 Honours degree of Bachelor of Arts (First class honours, History), Monash University
1998 Bachelor of Arts (History & English Literature), Monash University
Membership, accreditations & professional affiliations:
• Australian Historical Association (AHA)
• Professional Historians Association (Vic) Inc. (MPHA)
• Screen Studies Association of Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand (SSAAANZ)
• Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMC)
• The International Association for Media and History (IAMHIST)
Treacey, M. (2016) Reframing the Past: History, Film & Television, UK: Routledge
Levy, S., & Treacey, M. (eds.) (2015). Student Voices in Transition. Pretoria: Van Schaik.
Michael John Treacy (1848 Mountrath Laois - 1899 Cuba) Veterinarian Pioneer
Right Rev Monsignor Michael Joseph Treacy of Clooncagh, Roscommon
26 May 1938 Riverine Herald (Echuca, Vic.)
The death occurred in Ireland, last Friday, of the Rt. Rev. Monsignor Treacy, of Doniliquln, who was well and favorably known In Echuca and district.
The deceased prelate left Australia a few months ago on a visit to Ireland, in the hope that the trip would improve his health, following a serious accident in Melbourne last year. The late Monsignor studied for the priesthood in Ireland, and 56 years ago he came to Australia and was stationed for practically the whole of that time in the Hay and Denlliquln districts. He was also Vicar-general In Wilcannla Diocese for some time. He also held tho very high honor of being a Prothonotary Apostolic, be stowed upon him by His Holiness The Pope.
The deceased was 84 years of ago, and he will be mourned by a very wide circle of his parishioners and members of the Protestant donominations. A man of outstanding ability, he possessed: a genial personality, and although outspoken at times ho always took a broad view of life and a sympathetic understanding for those who differed with him.
Right Rev. Monsignor William T. Treacy [error in name]
The Right Rev. Monsignor William T. Treacy, Protonotary Apostolic Vicar General of Wilcania, Australia. He was a native of Roscommon, and was educated at Summer Hill College, Athlone, and All Hallows Dublin, before his ordination in 1882. For a number of years he worked as a missionary in Goulburn and Deniliquin, New South Wales. He was appointed Vicar general of the Diocese of Wilcania in 1889, and on two occasions he was Administrator of the diocese during the absence of the Bishop. In 1902 he was made a Domestic Prelate to the Pope, and he returned home from Australia some time ago. He died on the 20th May 1938 in Dublin.
Ref: May 21, 1938 Irish Times
Mike (Michael Matthew John) Treacy
Professor Diffraction Physics, Complex Materials
Department of Physics, Arizona State University
Born: 13th October 1954 Londonderry, Northern Ireland
2006–present Professor, Dept. of Physics Arizona State University
2003–2006 Professor, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy Arizona State University
1990–2002 Senior Research Scientist, Physical Sciences, NEC Research Institute, Princeton, NJ
1984–1990 Senior Physicist, Exxon Research & Engineering Company, Annandale 1982–1984 NJ, Physicist, Exxon Chemical Company, Linden & Annandale NJ,
1981–1982 Engineer Gr. 2, Centre National D’Etudes des Télécommunications Bagneux France
1980 IBM Thomas J. Watson Laboratories, World Trade Postdoctoral position
1980 University of Cambridge, Research in Electron Diffraction Physics, PhD.
1976 University of Cambridge, Natural Sciences, B.A.
1973 & 1971 St. John’s College, Southsea, U.K. A & O levels
Micheul Ua Treasaigh, Riaghlacha agus Orduighthe. (B.Á.C.: Connradh Chuilm Naomhtha, 1911). RIA IMN1911 77-80, Irisleabhar Mhuighe Nuadhat, Irisleabhar Mhá Nuad
Fr. Michael J. Tracey was born in Killawalla, Westport, Co. Mayo on the 9th September 1947. He attended St. Patrick’s National School in Killawalla, St. Mary’s College, Galway and St. Patrick’s College, Carlow. Most Rev. Joseph B. Brunini D.D. Bishop of Jackson, Mississippi ordained him as a priest on June 14, 1972 at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Killawalla. He served at Our Lady of the Gulf parish, Bay St. Louis as Associate Pastor from 1972 to 1976. He served as Associate Pastor of Nativity B.V.M. parish, Biloxi from 1976 to 1980 when he was assigned as Associate Pastor of St. James parish, Gulfport until 1984. Fr. Tracey served as Associate Youth Director of the Diocese of Natchez-Jackson from 1975 to 1977. When the Diocese of Biloxi was established in 1977, Bishop Howze appointed Fr. Tracey as its first Director of Youth Ministry. He served in that capacity from 1977 to 1981. Bishop Howze also appointed him as the Associate Editor of "Mississippi Today," the weekly Catholic newspaper for Mississippi Catholics. Fr. Tracey served in that capacity from 1977 to 1979. He has also served as Executive Director of Marriage Encounter for the diocese as well as a member of the Diocesan Priests Council. He received a Master degree in Pastoral Ministry from Fordham University, New York in 1985. He returned to the Diocese of Biloxi in 1985 to become Director of RENEW, a three-year, small group faith sharing process, for the diocese. During his tenure as Director, he created several small group faith-sharing booklets for participants that are being used in various dioceses in the United States and Canada. Fr. Tracey became pastor of St. Thomas Aquinas parish at the University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg in March 1988 and served there until September 2000. Presently, he serves as pastor of Our Lady of the Gulf parish, Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.
Fr. Tracey wrote a regular column called ‘Rambling Rhetoric’ for “Mississippi Today” from 1976 to 1982. He began writing a regular column called ‘Traveling Companion’ for “Gulf Pine Catholic,” newspaper of the Diocese of Biloxi, in 1988. This column continues today. Fr. Tracey has written several articles for various national Catholic newspapers and magazines including “National Catholic Reporter”, “America” magazine and “The Priest” magazine. In 1996, he published his first novel, ‘Woman of the Cloth’, published by Town Square Books. The novel reflects one woman’s struggle for identity and ministry in the Church. He was also a contributing author to ‘Contemporary Religious Ideas’, published in 1996 by Libraries Unlimited. His chapter deals with "Catholic Spiritualities for Every Person." He published "Walking Shoes: A Soul Journey," in 2002. It is a reflection on elements in life’s journey. His most recent book, "May the Wind be at your Back - Reflections in the shade" was published in 2003. His latest book, published in 2006, is titled "She was no Lady - A personal journey through Hurricane Katrina" It is the story of his journey of recovery through Hurricane Katrina, which devastated his parish in late August 2005. He was honored by the Co. Mayo Association of Boston as the "Mayo Person of the Year" in October 2008 for his work in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Recently he published an illustrated adult fable, "The Crooked Christmas Tree" which challenges us to look deep within to discover each other's inner beauty rather than looking at people superficially. The book, along with his other books, are available at amazon.com. or amazon.co.uk. Fr. Tracey retired, after 40 years serving in Mississippi, in January 2013 and moved to his native country, Ireland . In his retirement, he continues to write his columns.
McEvoy, John (1993) St. Patrick’s College Carlow 1793-1993. St. Patricks’s College, Carlow.
Dr. Oliver Treacy of Tuam, Co. Galway
December 2009 - Present Ph.D Postgraduate Student, REMEDI, NUI Galway
September 2008 - September 2009 M.Sc in Regenerative Medicine, REMEDI, NUI Galway
May 2006 - August 2008 Diagnostic Technologist, Abbott Ireland Diagnostics Division, Sligo
2000 - 2005 B.Sc (Hons.) in Microbiology, NUIG
Treacy, P. J. (1953?) Caesar's Gallic war: Classical translations word for word. Book I-IV. Dublin.
Patrick Otrassy/Tressy of Rosclogher, Co. Leitrim, founder of the Irish College of Valencia Spain in 1628
Estudios Sobre La Misión De Irlanda
El de Valencia lo fundó el doctor Patrick Tracy, que fue alumno del colegio de Salamanca. Tracy fue enviado en 1628 Valencia para doctorarse en teología en esa ciudad y fundar allí un colegio de irlandeses, la fecha de clausura es incierta, aunque hay viáticos para colegiales del seminario de Valencia hasta 1663. (AGS. E. 2794. Consulta del consejo de Estado, Madrid, 18 febrero 1631.)
The Irish College At Valencia (1623-1680): Historical Consequences
According to the official records the seminary college at Valencia was established in 1628 by the diocesan priest, Patrick Tracey (sometimes ‘Tressy’), a man whose achievements were comparable to those of other famous college founders, such as Christopher Cusack and Theobald Stapleton. Having said this, it is clear that Tracey was, and has remained, one of the less well-known figures. There is reason to date the Irish presence at Valencia to a slightly earlier point, as there was clearly already an Irish community in Valencia before 1628.
In all of this the key personage was, as stated above, Patrick Tracey, who was a priest of the ecclesiastical diocese of Tuam in Connacht. From 1621 he was enrolled as a student at the College at Salamanca, where he studied Theology. In 1627 he was sent by the Rector of the College at Salamanca to Valencia in order to found the seminary college there. He later obtained his doctorate at the University of Valencia. He had scarcely arrived in the city when he met his compatriots, Malachy Maher (Malaquías Meher), who had obtained his doctorate in Theology in 1621; he also met and befriended Thaddeus Cleary (‘Tadeo Clario’) and James Cleary (‘Diego Clario’), who had graduated in the Faculty of Arts in 1626. Another Irish exile, Patrick Master (‘Patricio Mestre’) also obtained his doctorate in Theology at Valencia in 1628.
Tracey obtained the degree of Bachelor of Theology on 17 June 1628 (Jerónimo Agustín Morlá acting as his sponsor); he went on to obtain the degree of Doctor of Theology on 23 July 1629, with Francisco Cruílles acting as his sponsor. Tracey affirms unequivocally in a memorial to the King that he went on to found the seminary for Irish priests with the blessing of the Superiors of the College at Salamanca, that is: ‘having gone afterwards by order of his Superiors to the City of Valencia to establish a seminary of his nation, he did so to great satisfaction and effect.’ The foundation of a seminary for the training of diocesan priests was an innovation. Six colleges are known to have existed between 1550 and 1643, but the Irish did not figure as students in any of them. From the middle of the 16th century there existed the College of the Presentation, founded by Tomás de Villanueva, with ten scholarships for paupers. In 1668 it became a senior college. The College of the Assumption was another institution in Valencia, offering three scholarships for the natives of Valencia. The College of the Purification (1572) was a similar institution, while Juan de Ribera’s College of Corpus Christi (1594) offered six scholarships for priests and 24 for students. There was also the College of the Order of Montesa de St George (1606, Colegio de la orden de Montesa de San Jorge), and finally the College of the Holy Monarchs (1643) for students of medicine. Based on this information, we must conclude that the first students of the Irish College at Valencia were either holders of scholarships from the College of the Purification, or that they set up a college ex novo. The latter is the most likely explanation.
The Irish students must have begun to study on an institutional basis around 1623, thanks to the benevolence and patronage of the Dominican Fray Isidoro de Aliaga, successor to Juan de Ribera as Archbishop of Valencia (Aliaga served as Archbishop from 1612 to 1648). The Archbishop was responsible for enrolling the first Irish students, who lived together in a rented house. The college operated without any recognized institutional structure until the arrival of Tracey from Salamanca in 1628, the date at which, as we have seen, the seminary was officially founded. Tracey exuded a certain authority, not only because he was a graduate of the University of Salamanca but also because he had the full backing of the College of the Irish at Salamanca. On the other hand his importance is easily exaggerated: it appears that he spent only a short time at Valencia, perhaps five years.
A month before obtaining the degree of Doctor of Theology, Tracey requested a certificate from the University of Salamanca stating that he had studied Theology from 1627; his intention was surely that he would later present it to the Council of State in order to ask for a viaticum to return to Ireland. It was in Madrid in 1631 that he formally asked for the viaticum, which was granted him in February of that year ‘from the hand of the Senior Almoner’; accordingly, the Senior Chaplain of the Palace must have been the person who processed this merced, as this was the practice in almost all cases.115 However, Tracey did not go to Ireland, but instead went to the University of Alcalá de Henares in 1632, where the Senate of the University appointed him Rector of the Irish College which had been founded there by Theobald Stapleton two years previously. It was surely due to Tracey’s enormous prestige that he was elected to this position. Antonio Cardinal Barberini, Protector of Ireland, visited the College of Alcalá de Henares in 1631, and wrote a report on the Irish Colleges in Spain, dated 4 April 1634. In this report, he details the state of the colleges at Salamanca, Lisbon, Santiago Seville, Madrid and Alcalá; he also mentions the College at Valencia, saying that it was founded around 1624 and that at the time of his writing there were about ten students living on alms in a single house.
Notwithstanding Tracey’s claim to have been the founder of the Seminary College at Valencia, in 1626 Thaddeus Cleary (‘Tadeo Claro’) obtained his doctorate in Theology, and in 1633 so did Hugh O’Reilly; both students had previously obtained their degrees in Arts from the same University. It is therefore clear that, in addition to Tracey, there were two other prominent Irish theologians in Spain in these years. We cannot determine, until more in-depth research is done in the Municipal Archive of Valencia, how many Irish graduates of the Faculty of Theology there were, but we do know from sources in the Archivo General de Simancas and the Archivo General de Palacio Real about a number of petitioners who claimed that they had studied at Valencia; indeed information is also available on Irish students who asked for help in order to be able to study at the University of Valencia under the patronage of Archbishop Aliaga.
Enrique García Hernán, CSIC, Madrid
1613 Lexicon ecclesiasticum latino hispanicum...
Valencia...Otrasay, como Valencia de Alcanara &c.
D. Patricius Tressy venit 1621. 2. Iobris. Conaciensis
Treacy (ms Tressy), Patrick. of Connacht. Came in 1621.
Archivium Hibernicum: Or, Irish Historical Records, Volume 62, 2009
IV. Sponsors for Alberto Hugo O Donel, Madrid 1625 A.H.N. Madrid Alcántara, Exp. 736
Patricio Tressy [Priest; born Rosclogher, Co. Leitrim, Ireland.]
A.H.N. Madrid, Santigo, Expedientes 3146, 5853; A.G.S. Estado. Leg. 2767
Walsh, Micheline ed (1978) Spanish Knights. Vol IV. Irish Manuscript Commission.
Dr Páraic Treacy, of Danesfort Kilkenny and Limerick.
Coordinator, Maths Learning Centre, the National Centre for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching and Learning (NCE-MSTL) University of Limerick, Limerick.
Graduated from the University of Limerick in 2009, earning a BSc in Physical Education and Mathematics. He completed his PhD in Mathematics Education in November 2012. Through his PhD research he developed and implemented a model of teaching which integrates mathematics and science in the classroom with the central aim of improving practices related to the teaching and learning of Junior Cycle students. Central to this research was the placement of topics from mathematics and science in context so that the students could develop an appreciation for the material they study and develop the skills and understanding needed to apply this learning in a range of different scenarios. Páraic is currently working as Coordinator of the Mathematics Learning Centre in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. He also works closely with the National Centre for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching and Learning (NCE-MSTL) on a range of projects.
Research Interests include problem-based learning; integrating mathematics with other subjects; learning design; small group instruction and interaction; teacher education; creating and implementing mathematical rich tasks in the classroom.
2012 - Lecturing Technological Mathematics & Mathematics Pedagogy, Research Assistant NCE-MSTL, University of Limerick
2009 – 2012 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Mathematics Teacher Education, University of Limerick
PhD Thesis: An investigation into the integration of mathematics and science at junior cycle in Irish post primary schools.
2005 – 2009 Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), Physical Education Teaching and Coaching, University of Limerick.
2003, 2004 Pádraig [Páraic] Treacy St. Kierans, Winners All Ireland Senior Colleges Hurling, 2007 Kilkenny under 21 squad
Br. Patrick Ambrose Treacy (1834-1912), Catholic educationist, was born on 31 August 1834 at Thurles, County Tipperary, Ireland, the son of William Treacy and Margaret Ryan. Educated at an academy and the local Christian Brothers' school at Thurles, he excelled in mathematics. In February 1852 he joined the Congregation of Christian Brothers, Waterford. After a rigorous course he was posted to various local schools for experience and also continued his studies, including part-time courses under the aegis of the Science Museum, South Kensington. After eight years of teaching at Wexford schools he became headmaster of the Christian Brothers' schools at Carlow. Showing administrative skill he achieved high teaching efficiency and improved school buildings and equipment.
In 1868 Bishop Goold asked for a community of Christian Brothers to establish schools in Victoria. Treacy was chosen as leader, and with three confrères arrived in Melbourne in the Donald McKay in November to find the Catholic school system receiving some state aid, but in a parlous condition under the control of local parish priests. Treacy opened a primary school in Lonsdale Street in 1869. When the Education Act of 1872 set up a system of 'free, compulsory and secular' education, controlled by a state department, the Catholic hierarchy determined to retain and pay for their own school system. Undaunted by lack of money, Treacy initiated a colony-wide campaign to finance land and buildings. With generous help from colonists of all creeds a college was erected in Victoria Parade on Eastern Hill, Melbourne; opened in January 1871, its final cost was about £12,000.
In 1881, he was in Christchurch, New Zealand to open a school: “the Rev. Brother Treacy, Provincial of the Christian Brothers, has been amongst the guests. Your readers will no doubt partly conjecture the immediate cause of Bro. Treacy's visit, and though we have not heard the whole particulars, we are in a position to say that ere long the good people of Christchurch will have amongst them what they so much wish for, the now well-known order of Christian Brothers for their boys.” [11 February 1881 New Zealand Tablet]
Having observed the deplorable state of diocesan schools during his collecting tours, Treacy advocated to the Catholic Education Committee a rise in teachers' salaries and a training college. He offered in the meantime to train as teachers senior boys selected from his own system. There were no funds for a teachers' college but his further offer to inspect metropolitan schools was accepted. Treacy's report on the condition of the system resulted in up-to-date equipment, and under him the Brothers organized a training scheme for their aspirants. At first they were trained in the schools, but in 1897 Treacy decided to use a recent foundation at Lewisham, New South Wales, as a training centre under a qualified master of method. He also arranged for several trained Irish Brothers to migrate each year.
Treacy decided to extend the studies of the more talented of his pupils beyond the primary level and to present them for the civil service and the matriculation examinations. Small classes at Victoria Parade College and St Patrick's, Ballarat, taught by Brothers Nugent and Kennedy respectively, achieved eminent success in these examinations. In the early days not many boys sat for matriculation, but many entered both the civil service and commerce. At this time there were no Irish secondary schools; it was Treacy's initiative and dedication that shaped the pattern of the Australian Christian Brothers' higher education without regard to pupils' social or financial standing.
Gifted with great prudence and business acumen, Treacy also acceded to the requests of the hierarchy to open schools in many parts of Australia. By 1900, when he retired after thirty years as a provincial superior, he had established twenty-seven schools in the principal cities of Australia, and one in New Zealand. He was recalled to Ireland in 1900 as an assistant to the superior-general in Dublin, and returned to the Australian province in 1910. Although retired, he insisted on working and was sent to Brisbane in a bid to prolong his years in a warm climate. He died on 2nd October 1912 in the Brothers' house on the corner of Gregory Terrace and Rogers Street, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. A plaque in the former office of the College indicates the death bed of this outstanding man.
Catholic Education Committee minute books, 1875, 1877 (Roman Catholic Archives, Melbourne).
Christian Brothers (Dublin), Educational Record, 1913-14, 1965-66;
Christian Brothers, Centenary Book, 1868-1968 (Parade College, Bundoora, Vic)
Fogarty R (1959) Catholic Education in Australia 1806-1950, vol 2. Melbourne
Keenan AI (1976) 'Treacy, Patrick Ambrose (1834 - 1912)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 6, pp 300-301. Melbourne University Press
O’Donoghue KK (1983) Brother P.A. Treacy and the Christian Brothers in Australia and New Zealand. Melbourne.
P. A. Treacy letters (Christian Brothers Archives, Rome)
Regis, Hickey (2012) Patrick Ambrose Treacy: Christian Brother, Enterprising Immigrant. University of Queensland Press.
Dr. Patrick J. Treacy was born in Garrison, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland and studied Biochemistry in Queen's University Belfast and then Medicine at the Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin Ireland. He is the Medical Director of the Ailesbury Clinic, Ballsbridge Dublin and has been involved in minor surgery and cosmetic dermatology for over 18 years. He was winner of the GSK Irish Medical Professional Journalist of the Year 2003. He is Chairman of the Irish Association of Cosmetic Doctors and Irish Regional Representative of the British Association of Cosmetic Medicine. He is Honorary Board Member of the World Medical Trichologist Association and Honorary Ambassador to the Michael Jackson Legacy Foundation and the Haiti Leadership Foundation. Dr Treacy is a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine and the Royal Society of Arts. (London). He is Chairman of the Ailesbury Humanitarian Foundation and is the driving force behind countless humanitarian efforts that has opened orphanages in both Haiti and Liberia the past year. He recently won the MyFaceMyBody major innovation awards in London (2012-3) for introducing new techniques in facial rejuvenation and hair transplant and won the AMEC Doctor's Award in Paris (2014)
Dr. Patrick Treacy. Behind the Mask: The Extraordinary Story of the Irishman Who Became Michael Jackson's Doctor. October 2015
Patrick Treacy, Barrister,
Qualifications: BCL, LL.M.(Lond)
Junior Counsel: 1991
Address: Ennisnag, Stoneyford, Co. Kilkenny.
Telephone Numbers: 01-817 4360 (direct line), 056-7728937
Fax Numbers: 056-7728903
Email Addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org
Circuits: South Eastern
Areas of Practice: General Common Law, General Practice
Auditor Law Students’ Debating Society Of Ireland, The Honorable Society Of King’s Inns
1990-91 Patrick Treacy
Patrick Treacy, State Solicitor, County Tipperary (NR), 1988.
EC and competition, Bristows, 100 Victoria Embankment, London EC4Y 0DH, England
Tel: Work +44 20 7400 8000 Email: email@example.com
Position: Partner, head of EC and competition law group; expertise in all aspects of all UK and EC competition law; particular interest in the application of competition law to the ownership and exercise of intellectual property rights and to the application of competition law in the media sector; advises on both contentious and non-contentious aspects of competition law and has represented clients in proceedings before the European Commission, Court of First Instance and European Court of Justice.
Career: Articled Lovell White & King; qualified 1986; assistant solicitor competition department, Lovell White & King (later Lovell White Durrant) 1986-95 (including Brussels office 1988-91); assistant solicitor Bristows 1995-96; partner and head of EC and competition law group 1996.
Member: British Institute of International and Comparative Law; Solicitors European Group; Competition Law Association.
Education: St. Josephs, Donaghmore, Co Tyrone; Girton College, Cambridge (1983 BA Hons Law).
Leisure: Hockey, reading, music, squash, skiing, travel.
Nov 14, 1923 (FJ) MA Degree Examination
Mode III - First Class Honours...Treacy, Patrick, BA...
Oct 25, 1924 (FJ)
Higher Diploma in Education...Pass...Patrick Treacy, MA.
Paul Treacy ACA
School of Bussiness
Waterford Institute of Technology
Main Subject Area
Management Accounting - BA in Accounting
Financial Accounting - BA in International Business
Accounts and Stats - BB in Recreation and Sports Management
Management Accountant for Bulmers Limited, Clonmel, Co Tipperary
Audit Senior with Ernst & Young, Waterford
An Economic Evaluation of Emmision Trading
School and Organisational Roles
Course Leader of BA in Business and Financial Studies
Chief Examiner in Marketing Finance for the Irish Marketing Institute
Assistant Exaimer in Mangement Accounting and Busienss Finance for the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland
Rachel Tracey, of Belfast.
PhD Candidate, Queen's University Belfast, Archaeologist, Architectural Historian
2013 – 2016 (expected) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Historic Archaeology, Queen's University Belfast
Research: From Garrison to Atlantic Port: Material Culture, Conflict and Identity in Early Modern Carrickfergus.
2012 – 2013 Master of Arts (MA), Archaeology of Buildings, University of York
Distinction. The Archaeology and Conservation of Historic Buildings. Nominated for the Royal Archaeological Institute Dissertation Prize
2008 – 2009 Master of Science (MSc), Dating and Chronology in Archaeology, Queen's University Belfast
Distinction. Dissertation: The Dating and Chronology of Hexham Abbey, Northumberland.
2005 – 2008 Bachelor of Arts (BA), Archaeology, 1st Class Honours. Queen's University Belfast
Dissertation: The Medieval Nunneries of Ireland
July 2008 Basil Wilson Prize, School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology, Queen's University Belfast
For Outstanding Achievement in the final degree examinations in Archaeology and Palaeoecology
August 2007 Foundation Scholarship. School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology, Queen's University Belfast
Awarded to the best overall marks in Archaeology and Palaeoecology
Rebecca May Treacy, of Limerick and Dublin
Barrister at Law
2014 Barrister at Law, South Western Circuit- Limerick, Ennis
2014 Legal Research Assistant & Commerical Law Seminarist, Trinity College, Dublin
2013 – 2014 Barrister at law, The Honorable Society of King's Inns
2010 – 2011 Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Université Panthéon Assas (Paris II)
2008 – 2012 Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Trinity College, Dublin
Richard Taylor Tracey (1791-1889), of Limerick, Wesleyan Methodist Preacher.
Served in 1817 Oldcastle, 1818 Cookstown, 1819 Armagh, 1820 Sligo, 1821 Clonmell, 1822 Mallow, 1823 Roscrea, 1824 Drogheda, 1826 Coleraine, 1828 Roscrea, 1831 Carlow, 1834 Sligo, 1837 Waterford, 1839 Limerick, 1841 Ballina, 1844 Carlow, 1847 Newry, 1849 Armagh, 1851 Tullamore, 1854 Youghal, 1857 Youghal,, 1858 Cork, 1870 Limerick.
Dr. Richard Thomas Tracy (1826-1874) of Limerick, pioneer gynaecological surgeon of Melbourne, Australia.
Saoirse Tracy PhD, of England and Dublin, lecturer at School Of Agriculture & Food Science UCD
2012 - 2015 Research Fellow, School of Biosciences, University of Nottingham/University of Southampton
2013 Vice-Chancellor's Achievement Award, University of Nottingham
2013 Ph.D. University of Nottingham
2012 Andrew Hendry Postgraduate Scholarship (University Endowed Postgraduate Prize) University of Nottingham
2008 - 2012 B.Sc. University of Nottingham
Research interests include using X-ray Computed Tomography (CT) to understand the response of roots to the soil physical environment. During my PhD project I investigated the response of root system architecture (RSA) to soil compaction. My PhD project was one of the first to capitalise on technological advancements in CT scanning and meant I could scan samples faster and at finer resolutions than previously achievable. In my first year I was able to travel to the University of Adelaide and gain experience using their CT scanner to look at wheat root systems. My other PhD experiments focussed on tomato roots and their response to several soil physical treatments and I measured a variety of root traits using software developed in collaboration with colleagues in the School of Computer Science. I also have experience of using destructive techniques to study roots such as root washing and WinRhizo analysis. My postdoctoral project has allowed me to investigate the water in the soil and root water uptake using new techniques and image analysis regimes. It is in collaboration with mathematical modellers at the University of Southampton and my experimental data feeds directly into the models they are developing based on hydraulic movement of water in soil. Going forward I would like to apply my skills and experience of X-ray CT, soil physics, plant biology and image analysis to answer further questions about the rhizosphere, whilst pursuing an academic career.
Dermot Feenan, School of Law, Fiona Doherty, Barrister-at-Law, Dr Thomas Murphy, Head of the School of Law, The Honourable Mr Justice Treacy and Dame Nuala O'Loan
The Honourable Mr Justice Sir (James Mary) Seamus Treacy
The Honourable Mr Justice Treacy born 22nd March 1956, was educated at St Malachy’s College and Queen’s University, Belfast. He was called to the Bar of Northern Ireland in 1979 and took silk in 1999. He was called to the Bar of Ireland in September 1990 and to the Inner Bar of Ireland in 2000. Séamus Treacy became a Judge of the High Court of Judicature in Northern Ireland in January 2007. Approved as Lord Justices of Appeal in Northern Ireland February 2017. In consequence, on the 12 January 2018 he was appointed to the Privy Council, from which he resigned on the 24 April 2018.
Before his elevation to the bench he was an acclaimed expert in human rights, criminal, public and European law, acting for people from all sides of the community. He took many pioneering cases to the European Court of Human Rights and was responsible for many landmark judicial review cases in Northern Ireland, and also appeared in the Bloody Sunday Inquiry and, before he became a judge, the Billy Wright Inquiry. He was a close friend of Patrick Finucane, and they worked together on many important cases. He has delivered papers and spoken at conferences on human rights, criminal law and fair employment issues. He was an Arbitrator and Member of the Panel of Arbitrators of the Motor Insurers’ Bureau.
5th March 2009 Ulster Law School Welcomes Visiting Professors
The University of Ulster has appointed two of Northern Ireland’s leading legal figures, Dame Nuala O’Loan and The Honourable Mr Justice Treacy, as Visiting Professors at its School of Law. Former Police Ombudsman Dame Nuala and High Court judge Mr Justice Treacy will hold their new posts until 2012.
Press Notice: Her Majesty The Queen has approved the appointment of The Honourable Mr Justice Stephens, The Honourable Mr Justice Deeny and The Honourable Mr Justice Treacy as Lord Justices of Appeal in Northern Ireland. They will be sworn into office later this year at the Royal Courts of Justice. 17 February 2017
Press Notice: Her Majesty the Queen has appointed Mr Seamus Treacy QC SC to be High Court Judges in Northern Ireland. Both judges were sworn into office before the Right Honourable Sir Brian Kerr, the Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland, on 29 January 2007. Seamus Treacy was educated at Queen’s University, Belfast. He was called to the Bar of Northern Ireland in 1979 and took silk in 1999. He was called to the Bar of Ireland in September 1990 and to the Inner Bar of Ireland in 2000. Mr Treacy has practised as a Barrister since 1980, concentrating mainly in human rights, criminal law, judicial review and public inquiries. He has delivered papers and spoken at conferences on Human Rights, Criminal Law and Fair Employment issues. He is an Arbitrator and Member of the Panel of Arbitrators of the Motor Insurers’ Bureau. He is married with three children.
Irish News report: A Catholic barrister who won a landmark
legal action against a promise to serve the Queen has become a High Court judge. The appointment of Seamus Treacy comes
seven years after he successfully challenged the declaration which barristers
were required to make before they could join the ranks of senior barristers
known as Queen’s counsel (QC). Mr
Treacy and Ben Stephens, also a QC, were sworn in as judges by the Lord Chief
Justice, Sir Brian Kerr, at a private ceremony at the High Court in
Mr Seamus Treacy QC SC
DX Number 130 NR Belfast
Bar Library Number 90562168
Call Date/Term 1979 M
Silk Date/Term 1999 M
Qualifications Queen’s University, Belfast LL.B. (Hons): 1978. Certificate of Professional Legal Studies 1978-1979
Areas of Particular Interest Administrative Law, Civil Liberties & Human Rights, Civil Litigation, Common Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal, Defamation, Discrimination, Employers Liability, Employment, European Law, Fraud, Judicial Review, Personal Injuries, Planning, Professional & Medical Negligence and Tort.
Membership of Other Bodies Bar of Ireland 1990. (King’s Inns). Inner Bar 2000.
Stephen Treacy, Ph.D. (Information Systems) & BSc (Microbiology), of Rochestown Cork
Sep 2014 - present Lecturer, University Business School (CUBS), University College Cork, Ireland (UCC)
Oct 2015 – Mar 2016 Business Intelligence Consultant - Matchbook Betting Exchange
May 2014 - Sep 2015 Academic Adviser - Bankhawk & Bank of Ireland
Oct 2012 - Oct 2016 Doctoral Research Assistant, UCC
2012 – Sep 2015 Application Modelling and Design Tutor, UCC
Management Information Systems and Systems Analysis Design Tutor, UCC
Aug 2012 - Aug 2015 Executive Producer and Presenter, UCC FM
Oct 2012 – Apr 2013 Associate Producer and Radio Presenter, Cork Community FM
Sep 2011 – Sep 2014 Business Intelligence Tutor, UCC
Sep 2010 - Aug 2011 Auditor for Consumer Industrial Markets, KPMG
Sep 2009 – Nov 2010 Property Manager, Blackmore Court Student Accommodation
Sep 2008 – Feb 2009 Clinical Research Scientist, UCC
Sep 2011 - Sep 2015 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Business Information Systems, UCC
Jan 2009 - Jan 2010 MBS Information Systems for Business Performance, UCC
Jan 2005 - Jan 2009 BSc Microbiology, UCC
"Motivations of Mediated Innovation Contest Platforms: A Review of the Literature and Future Directions" - Treacy, Nagle and O'Flaherty (2015)
"Examining Contextual Factors and Individual Value Dimensions of Healthcare Providers to Adopt Electronic Health Technologies" - O'Connor, Treacy and O'Donoghue (2014)
"From the Wisdom to the Wealth of Crowds: A Metatriangulation of Crowdfunding Research" Feller, Gleasure and Treacy (2013) - Presented at the European Conference on Information Systems
Tony Tracy is Arts Faculty Lecturer in Film Studies at NUI, Galway, having previously worked for Miramax Productions in New York and served as Education Officer of the Irish Film Centre in Dublin. He is a regular film reviewer for RTÉ ' s Arts Show. His research includes American and European cinema history, and silent cinema.
Veronica Treacy, President of the Irish Hospital Pharmacists' Association, 2005
Willie Treacy, Chairman
Faughart Historical Properties
Preservation Society, Shortstone, Hackballscross, Dundalk.
Phone : Willie Treacy, 042 937 7110 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Father William Treacy
who turned 97 on May 31 2016
Book Titles by Rev William Treacy
Father William Treacy was born in Ballyquaid, Killasmeestia, Borris-in-Ossory, Co. Laois in 1919. In 1932, he left for St. Kieran’s College, Kilkenny, a boarding school 30 miles from his parents’ home. It was during that time that Father Treacy decided to become a priest and in 1937, entered St. Patrick’s Seminary, Maynooth. He was ordained in June 1944. In 1945, while the Second World War was still raging, Father Treacy left for Seattle, Washington to fill a temporary vacancy at St. Alphonsus Church. In 1989, he retired after 50 years of service in Washington State. In addition to his duties within his parishes and interfaith projects, Father Treacy was active in faith-based and service organizations that provide aid to the poor as well as those in spiritual need, both at home and overseas. Today, Father Treacy continues to deliver his message of the importance of service and interfaith communication.
In 1960 Father Treacy was chosen to the Catholic representative to the award winning interfaith television program, Challenge, which had been organized by Rabbi Levine. The program aired for fourteen years. Their friendship sprang from those meetings and together they wrote, Wild Branch on the Olive Tree, a book about their relationship. Rabbi Levine and Father Treacy were friends for 25 years.
Rev William Treacy founded the '' Treacy - Levine '' Centre in 1968 which is situated at Camp Brotherhood, Camp Brotherhood Road, Mt Vernon, which is hour's drive north of Seattle, USA. Camp Brotherhood is an inclusive interfaith organization that offers facilities for educational, spiritual and experiential programs. It fosters harmony in the human family by inviting dialogue and reaching out to religious, spiritual and secular groups, communities, youth, families and individuals of all abilities. It promotes interaction between racial, ethnic, international and cultural groups, seeking to bring peace and reconciliation by increasing mutual understanding and compassion.
In 2014, at 95 years of age and marking 70th year of ordination, he was honoured at a family-style picnic that also celebrated the retreat’s new name: Treacy Levine Center, in honour of Father Treacy and his friend and co-founder, the late Rabbi Raphael Levine. The centre, which aims to “foster harmony in the human family,” offers retreats, programs and conferences that draw people from the U.S. and other countries. It also highlights veterans’ issues and hosts Marriage Encounter events.
Captain William Treacy is a 747 captain and dedicated hot-air balloonist who is the present Chief Flying Officer (CFI) with Trim Flying Club and has a dedicated team of 12 voluntary instructors. (2010)
Engineer and county surveyor for the West and East Ridings of Co. Cork, 1855-1861, for the southern division of Co. Mayo, 1861-1868 and for the southern division of Co. Tyrone, 1868-1869.
Rev. William P. Treacy renowned Roman Catholic historian and pastor of St. Mary’s Church Swedeborough, New Jersey.
Treacy, William P. (1887) Irish Scholars of the Penal Days: Glimpses of their labours on the Continent of Europe. Pustet & Co., New York.
Treacy, William P. (1889) Old Catholic Maryland and Its Early Jesuit Missionaries. St. Joseph's Rectory, Swedesboro, New Jersey
Last update: 09 August 2018