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 Traceys of Tipperary – Page 1

It may be presumed that the Traceys of:

 North East Tipperary are descended from the Uí Bairrche

 North West Tipperary are descended from the Sil Anmchadha

 South West Tipperary are descended from the Uí Fidgeinti.

 

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The Traceys of Tipperary can trace their history back to the beginning of historical records, as they were of the Uí Bairrche, Sil Anmchadha and Ui Fidegeinti.

 
 
1303 Red Book of Ormond

            26. Extent of the Manor of Thorles (Thurles) 18th May 1303

De Herde Tracy pro – ob. quad. quia per Willelemum Le Brode ob. quad.

     De Willelmo le Brode – ob. quad. quia dominus oneratur pro eo jd. ob. …

 

De heredibus Philipi le Croker videlicet pro Rogero Clericio xixd. ob.

… De eisdem Herde Tracy jd. …

 

De eisdem pro Petro Danial xiiijd. ob. et ad festum Santi Michaelis xiiijd. ob. quad.

De eisdem Herde Tracy ijd. ob.

Summa ad pacha xvijs. iijd. ob. quad. et ad festum Santi Michaelis xvijs. viijd. Inde subtrahantur iiijs. ob per annum ut in particulis subscriptis et sic onus domini summatur per ann. xxxs. xjd. ob. quad. Inde Agneta Croker xd. et ad festum Santi Michaelis xd. quad. pro. xiij. acris et dim. quas tenet nominee dotis et per manus Thome le Grete iijd. et per manus Willelmi de Preston id. ob. quad. et ad festum Santi Michaelis ijd. et inter Johannem fil. Rogeri et Thomam le Grete iijd utroque termino et per Johannem fil. Rogeri Cort. iijd. et per eundem Johannem fil. Rogeri vd. ob. quad. …

White, Newport B. ed. (1932) The Red Book of Ormond. Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission. pp. 78, 79, 80

 

14th May 1314 Tipperary

Jordan, son of Patrick Nelltylle and others of his following, who feloniously slew Roland Tracy and William Kerdiff at Ringnagonagh and robbed them of 30 cows.

 

Ormond Deeds V

Jurors: Thomas Cantwell, Richard and John CantwellRichard and William Racket, William Monsell, William PowerWilliam Bryt, Thomas Boy Purcell, John Vale, Richard fitz William, James Vale. The jurors say that, notwithstanding the statute passed by Parliament at Dublin before Thomas, Earl of Surrey (as above), Nicholas, Richard and John Fanyng fitz Geoffrey of Ballyngarry, Teige Bearre O'Howlaghan and Dermod O'Treassy alias O'Twee of the same, kerns, advised, procured and abetted by Geoffrey Fanyng, gent., wilfully burned a house at Ferenrory containing 40 cows with 60l. of William Fanyng, gent., and also a girl called Sawe Iny Canlyen who was in the house. Inquisition taken at Clonmel on Monday after Holy Trinity in the 7th year of Edward VI [May 29, 1553]

25th April 1555 Inquisition taken at Clonmel

The jurors say that Nicholas Richard and John Fanyng Fitz Geoffery of Ballyngarry, Teige Beare O’Howlaghan and Dermot O’Treassy alias O’Twee of the same, kearns, advised procured and abetted by Geoffrey Fanyng gent, willfully burned a house at Ferenrory conmtaining 40 cows with 60l of William Fanyng gent and also a girl called Sawe Iny Canlyen who was in the house.

 

1615 Royal Visitation of Cashel and Emly.

Viccaria de Kilconill Edmondus o Trassie. Incumbens.

Michael A. Murphy. Royal Visitation of Cashel and Emly, 1615. Archivium Hibernicum, Vol. 1 (1912), pp. 277-311

 

1643

Redmond Tressy of Kilcrua (Tipperary?) hanged at Magher an earla (Magher an Iarla) in Tiranascragh (Galway) hanged 17th November 1643 on the order of the Earl of Clanrickard for the murder of a Scotsman John Chancelor, his English wife Elizabeth and their son John. The Earl of Clanrickard states that after interrogation Redmond Tressy confessed. Also hanged for the same offence, William O’Meaghan of Kilcrua hanged at Portumna 16th November 1643 and Breasal McDermot O’Madden of Killimor, hanged at Killimor 4th December 1643.

The lands of Teigue O’Trassie of Ballaghaghill [Ballycahill Killimorbologue Galway???] who was slain in the rebellion were given to Richard Earl of Clanrickard.

Lowe John ed (1983) Letter-book of the Earl of Clanricarde, 1643-47. Irish Manuscripts Commission, Dublin.

Madden, Gerard (2004) History of the O’Maddens of Hy-Many. East Clare Heritage, Co. Clare.

 

24/2/1654 or 1655 William Trassy of Gouline in the Barony of Middlethird and Sarah Gervie of the same married. (Cashel)

1619 – 1715 Parish Register Society of Dublin: Church of Ireland parish registers. Volume 4: Trinity College 1650-1660 p.36

"Barebones'' Parliament, 1653, passed an Act that marriages should take place before a justice of the Peace. Most of persons mentioned were Catholics as register was civil.

 

Census 1659

Barony Sleavordagh, Tipperary (pp.297)

Trassy (12)

Barony Eliogurty & Ikerin, Tipperary (pp.319)

Trassy (22)

 

1665-7 Hearth Money Records

Barony of Clanwilliam

Clonmell

Donnogh O'Hasey, Clonmell, 1 2

Donnogh Hasey, Clonmell, 1 2

Carricke

Thomas Hasey, Carricke, 1 2

Cordagan

Bryen McThersagh, Lisshine et Culenegon Vill

Emla Parish
Teige O'Hasey, Ballynevistie & Bally-Carran, 1 2
Kilfeacle Parish

Daniell Trassy, Gorterdane, 2 4

Killshane & Curroge Parish

John Trassy, Tubber Coan-Glasse, 1 2

Tipperary Parish

William Treaghie, Tipperary, 1 2

(Illegible) Parish

James Trasy, Schart Ullick-Mill, 1 2

Barony of Eliogarty & Ikyryn

Ballintemple Parish

Margaret Ny Trassy, Dondrom, 1 2

Bourney (Burriny) Parish

William Trasie/Trassy, Clonakenny (Clonbeany), 1 2

William Reagh Trasie, Clonakeny, 1 2

Donohill and Acrowe & Killpatrick Parish

Teige Trassy, Marraduffe, 1 2

Holy-Crosse Parish

Darby Tressy, Holy-Cross, 1 2

Killabegg Parish

Thomas Trassy, Killclonny, 1 2

Killovenoge Parish
Dermott Tressie, Dromard 1 2
Owteragh, Templebegg, Moaliff Parish

Connor Trassie, Moglan, 1 2

Connor Treassy, Garranaquinlin, 1 2

Roscrea Parish

Edmond Trassy, Roscrea, 1 2

Edmond Tressie, Rosscrea 1 2

Thomas Trassy, Roscrea, 1 2

Thomas Trassie, Rosscrea, 1 2

Templemore Parish

Daniell Trassie, Ballacahall (Ballacahill), 1 2

James O’Trasie, Adamstowne, 1 2

Temple O’Hallagh & Killmastullagh (in Arra) Parish

Donnogh Trassie, Mudrommy, 1 2

Templetoghy Parish

Connor O Trehie, Ballyknockane, 1 2

Katherine Tressa, Garrymore, 1 2 (= Ballylahy?)

Thomas Tressie, Cloghraile, 1 2

Thomas Trassie, Killcloony, 1 2

Thurles Parish

John Trasy, Thurles, 1 2

Teige Treany, Archerstowne

Barony of Iffa and Offa

Dearragrath [Derrygrath] and Abynisleonaghty Parish

John Trassy, Knockanny, 1 2

Barony of Middlethird

St. Johnstowne Parish

William Treassy, St. Johnstown, 1 2

St. Johnstowne and Cooleagh Parish

William Treasy, St. Johnstown, 1 2

St. Pates, Rock & Dangerdorgane Parish

Edmond Tressy, St Pates Rock, 1 2

Tullamine & Morestown-Kirk Parish

Teige Tressy. Rath McCarthie, 1 & Forge 2 or 4

Barony of Lower Ormond

Nenagh Parish

Teige Trasey, Nenagh, 1 2

Ballingarry Parish

Owen Trassy, Carrigg, 1 & Forge 4

Dorrha Parish

Morrogh Trassy, Durrha, 1 2

Lurha Parish

Daniell Tressy, Lurha, 1 2

Donnogh Tressy, Lorrha, 1 2

Donnogh Nessy, Bally McEgan 1 2

Moderenhy Parish

Wm Traghy, Ballysteany, 1 2

Barony of Upper Ormond

Anamedull Parish

Donnogh Hassy, Garryard 1 2

Dolla Parish

Mortogh Hassie, Killcofett, 1 2

Killnaniffe [Kilnaneave?] Parish

Connr Trassey, Counyne, 1 2

Barony of Slievardagh & Comasy

Bowlicke Parish

Teige Trassy, Clonamicon, 1 2

Fennor Parish

Edmond Trassy, Fennor, 1 2

James Trassey, Fennor, 1 2

Killinainvan & Modeshell Parish

Margarett Trassy, Killnegranagh, 1 2

Thomas Trassy, Modeshell, 1 2

William Trassy, Ballyvonine, 1 2

Lismalin Parish

John Tressy, Gragagh, 1 2

William Trassy, Gragagh, 1 2

Edmond Hassy, Lismalin, 1 2

Lishmallyn Parish

John Trassy, Island and Gragagh Villiages, 1 2

Laffan, Dr. Thomas (1911) Tipperary's Families: Being the Hearth Money Records for 1665-6-7, Duffy, Dublin

 

1716 Daniel Tracey, Killardriff, Co. Tipperary (Will)

 

30 Oct 1722 Lease

Witness: Thomas Treasy of Clonamicon, Co Tipperary yeoman

 

Archbishop Butler's Visitation Book

list of the candidats ordained by his Gee. CB. the year 1728 & 34 in the chappel of Thurless:...Andrew Tracy of Cashil...

Christopher O'Dwyer. Archbishop Butler's Visitation Book. Archivium Hibernicum, Vol. 33 (1975), pp. 1-90

 

Transported into some of his Majesty's plantations in America as felons and vagabonds

A List of all convict felons and vagabonds who have been ordered for transportation for these seven years last past, with an account of what money hath been raised for these purposes on said County, to commence the twenty-seventh of March 1736, to the thirtieth of July 1743, inclusive…Tipperary…Philip Trassy…

 

1736-1867

The lands of Ballinamoe, otherwise Summerhill...are held under a lease dated 22nd January 1736...and also that part of Upper Wood of Longford, then in the possession of Patrick Gallavan and Thady Tracy, situated in the Barony of Eliogarty and Ikerrin and County of Tipperary...

 

1737 Peter Trecey, Thurles, Co. Tipperary. (Will)

 

1741 April.  Will of Anne Morress of Thurles, gentlewoman.

Sick & weak in body but of perfect mind & understanding. To be buried at the parish church of Drumme. Whatever money lies in the lands of James Morgen of Lisereagh to go towards payment of her debts. The interest of her house & park in Thurles & her household staff, furniture & other wordly substance to be employed for the same purpose & after that to be employed for the repair of the little chapel in the churchyard of Drom, where her husband is buried & she also wishes to be interred, & shut up with a door as soon as possible after her decease. The residue to be paid to her dear child, Miss Mary Morress, to but used as I indicated to her. Executor her dear son John Morress, Anne Morres (seal) Wss. Margaret Morres, Mary Connell.

[Note:- The above Anne Morress was probably Alix (or Mary) Treacy, the Paris beauty of low birth that Redmond Morres of Knocka, married & for which misalliance he was disinherited by his father, Sir John. He turned Prostestant however & under Penal laws, had an Act of Parliament passed restoring him to his inheritance. He had a daughter, Marie, who died in 1749 & 3 other daughters & 2 sons, Sir John & Simon.

 

1742 William Tracy, Rathshinead, Co. Tipperary. (Will)

 

29 Jun 1743

Edward Tracy of City Dublin, gent, witness to Egan will Ballyaghter, co Tipperary & Nugent will Tihilly, Kings Co, land Division agreement. 100 acres plant.meas. Gurteen ; 100 acres Killishell ; 215 acres Curraghmore ; 194 & 1/2 and 2 acres Killcormick called Frankford, Kings Co

 

Will of John Manvil? of Fertiana

1747 [or 1727] April 11th.  Infirm in body but of sound mind and perfect memory, thank God.  Divides his goods thus - £15 to his wife Catherine Norris, and £15 each to his four children – Onor?,  James, Valentine and John, and if any of them should die (before age of 21?), that share to be equally divided among the survivors.  His stock – 135 sheep, 14 head of black cattle, one more and 2 colts, in cash 12½ guineas, £3 pound pieces, 40/= shilling pieces.  To servant Margaret Trassy £1-15-0; and to Mary Manvil? £2. Appoints his brother? Thomas Cullin, and his wife, Cath Norris, as his executors.

 

Popish Inhabitants Of The Half Barony Of Ikerrin, County Tipperary, in 1750 (Name & Acres)
Barnane Parish

None.

BorneyParish (Bornea ?)

Conor Trassy 1 acres

Daniel Trassy 30 acres

John Trassy 1 acres

Tady Trassy 4 acres

Corbally Parish

Edmond Taessy 17 acres

James Trassy 9 acres

Phill Trassy 1 acres

Thomas Trascy 17 acres

William Trascy 1 acres

Killavannough Parish

Tady Trassy 40 acres

Thomas Trassy 1 acres

Thomas Trassy 1 acres

William Trassy 22 acres

Killea Parish

Edmond Trassy & partners 61 acres
Rathaveoge Parish

John Treacy 5 acres

John Trecy 10 acres

Patrick Treacy 10 acres

William Trassy 1 acres

Roscrea Parish

None.

Templerre Parish

None.

Templetohy Parish

James Trassy 1 acres

 

1752 April 11 — Inf. of John Norris of Sallahid, Mathew Ryan and Ellinor Ryan otherwise Trassy, as to the abduction of Ellinor Ryan dr. of Mathew Ryan of Dunohill, etc. Co. Tip.

The Utah genealogical and historical magazine, Volume 8

 

DR. JAMES BUTLER’S VISITATION OF HOLYCROSS PARISH ON 21ST JULY 1752.
Mr. Dorney the P.P. made the subjoined return of the effects:- “The effects exhibited by the Rev. John Dorney:- One crosslet plate, on one side “is guilt with gold, containing a piece of the Holy Rood.  Fr. Dorroney exhibits in a bit of paper enclosed in a ledderen purse a piece of old wood which he says was the holy rood in a case of gold conveyed by the deceased Fa. Cormack, a Cistercian, to be sold in Dublin by Peter Dalton of Farnybridge....... N.B. Sd. Dorrony declares that ye said bit of wood was given to him in the house of Mr. Thomson, by name Manual, of Graigue, and deceased, where all ye effects of the abbey in possession of Edmund Cormick were carried to from sd. abbey on the death of sd. Cormock, and then there found-a plate chalice, with its patena, with the following inscription-ORATE PRO AABS. GULLELMI MARTEN ET ANASTASIAE uxoris ejus me fieri fecerunt 1647.  Another chalice, the middle piece of a clever fashion, made of brass washed with gold, with a large cup of plate likewise guilt, stolen in the year 1638 by John Henesy, son to Thomas Henesy of Holycross, an old water clerk.  (Were they relatives of Rev. David Henesy, the secular Priest, P.P. of Holy Cross c. 1599 to 1623 when Abbot Archer removed him?).  Sd. John Henesy sold sd. Cupp to John Tracy of Cashel who likewise disposed of it before the Cupp was miss’d., - an old mitre, - an upper piece of a brass crosier, - two old casulas with one maniple and stole.  One unfitt for use; another casula without maniple, stole or lining, stripe light silk, green and white, crossed with a narrow and suitable silk lace - and given to the abbey by ye lady.

Archbishop Butler's Visitation Book

July 21 1752...and another chalice ye middle peice & foot of a cliver fashion made of brass washd. wth. gold with a larg cupp, of plate likewise guilt, stole in ye year 1738 by John Henesy son to Thorns. Henesy of H. Cross, an old water clerk. Sd. John Henesy sold sd. cupp to John Tracy of Cashil who likewise disposd of it before ye cupp was missd...

Christopher O'Dwyer. Archbishop Butler's Visitation Book. Archivium Hibernicum, Vol. 33 (1975), pp. 1-90

Fethard Co. Tipperary . Irish Historic Towns Atlas, no. 13

Mr Treacy's school, location unknown. 1759 (Visitation bk, 28)

 

11 February 1758 Pue's Occurrences

Daniel Tracy, who run away from the service of his master James Longe Everard of Kiloran in the County of Tipperary, Esq; and taken away with him a new suit of cloaths, with a scarlet waistcoat, and several other things of value belonging to his said master; said Tracy is about five feet high; he once lived in Cork in a publiek way. This is therefore to caution all perions from hiring him. notwithstanding he may produce discharges, which are counterfiets and whoever lodges him in any of his Majesty's goals in one month from the date hereof. shall receive a guinea reward from Mr Longe; said Tracy is of a black and sallow complexion. Killoran, February 12, 1758.

 

Freemasons

Danl Tracey, 24 Jun 1758, Cashell Tipperary,  Excluded

Edw Treacey, 10 Aug 1807, Clonmell Tipperary,  

 

Marriage 29-2-1756. Thadeus Skehan of parish of Moycarky married Mgt. Tracy of par. of Cooleagh.

 

1766 Religious Census

Clonbeg/Galbally Parish

Papists
Mich'l Trassy

Donoghil Parish

Papists
Simon Tracy?

Doon Parish

Papists
James Trassy

John Tracy

Patrick Trassy

Parish Priest resident. Patrick Treacy.

Gaile Parish

Papists
Jas. Treacey

Grean Parish

Papists
Andrew Treacy
Edmund Treacy

John Trally (Trassy?)
Mary Tracy

Pat Treacy

Kilfeacle
Papists

John Trassey

Killea Parish

Papists. (number in house)

Dennis Trassy 8
Edmund Trassy 6

Joan Trassy 5

Thos. Trassy 4

Thomas Trassy 5

Timothy Trassy 3

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Mealiffe

Papists

Darby Trashy/Trasy, 7 pers in house

Newport Parish, Union of Killnerath (Killnarath, Kilvellane and Kilcomenty)

Papists.

Mary Tracy

Mich. Tracy
Mgt. Tracy

Templemore

Papists
Connor Trassy

Dennis Trassy
Joan Trassy

Mary Trassy

Michael Trassy
Toom Parish

Protestants

Richard Tracy

Papists
Patrick Tracy

Richard Treasy

William Treacy

24 April, 1766

William Quinian, PP of Donaghill, and William Quinlan, his assistant, Patrick Treacy, PP, of Doon, popish priests. Signed, Plunkett Preston, 24 April, 1766. Master of Arts. Parishe of Tipperary. ...

American Notes – Roster of the Sixty-Ninth NY National Guard

Non-Commissioned Staff

Sargent Major, Arthur Tracy*, wounded

Joseph Casimir O'Meagher (1890) Some Historical Notices of the O'Meaghers of Ikerrin.

 

Canadian military service

James Tracey born abt 1797 Roscrea, Tipperary - Canadian military service 2 Sep 1816

James Tracey born abt 1797 Rosrea, Tipperary - Canadian military service 2 Sep 1816

John Tracey born abt 1806 Bournia, Tipperary - Canadian military service 13 Jun 1825

Michael Tracey born abt 1770 Clarrence, Tipperary - Canadian military service 16 May 1798

Michl Tracey born abt 1776 Cumlin, Tipperary - Canadian military service 25 Feb 1812

Patk Tracey born abt 1806 Templemore, Tipperary - Canadian military service 20 Jun 1825

Thomas Tracey born abt 1796 Killanall, Tipperary - Canadian military service 10 May 1816

 

1778-1790 Catholic Qualification Rolls

Denis Tracy, shoemaker, of Roscrea, Thurles 25 Febery 1794, No 1642 [Tipperary]

Denis Treacy, of Killeatlea [Kylatlea Kilvemnon Tipperary], 6th Aug 1789 Munster Circuit Clonmel assises

Edward Treacy, farmer, of Asmlar [similar? ie Killbeg Tipperary] 24 March 1788 Munster Circuit Clonmel assises

Patk Tracy, farmer, of Gurtdereboy, Thurles 25 Febery 1794, No 1605 [Tipperary]

Patrick Tracy, farmer, of Gortderiboy Co Tipperary, 15th Dec 1778 Chancery City of Dublin

 

26 February 1785 (FJ) Excise Office

...a numerous mob from Roscrea, many of them with fire arms, assembled at Borris and fired several shots into the house of lodge...and seized five hogheads of whiskey distilled by Christopher Dewnes of Roscrea, which had been seized...Patrick McCan and Edward Bradley, both of Roscrea, butchers, Denis Fehan of Roscrea, Daniel Tracy of the same place, blacksmith, and - Hough, were concerned in the said outrage...reward of Fifty Pounds [for their capture]...

 

31 August 1786 (FJ) To Luttrell, Commander of Munster…

…the Roman Catholic inhabitants of the town and neighbourhood of Rosrea…

…Daniel Tracy…

18 November 1786 (FJ) To Luttrell, Commander of Munster…

The Roman Catholic Inhabitants of the Parish of Bourney...

...Michael Treacy, Thomas Treacy, Darby Treacy...James Treacy...

23 November 1786 and 28 November 1786, (FJ) To Luttrell, Commander of Munster…

… Inhabitants of the Parish and Union of Templmore…

…Catholics and Protestants… Inhabitants from Hickey's River to the Hill of Ballycahill…

…Michael Tracy, James Treacy, James Treacy, John Treacy, Michael Treacy, Daniel Treacy, Con Treacy, Thomas Treacy…

 

2 January 1790 (FJ)

A few days ago, Mr. O'Brien High Constable lodged in the county gaol of Limerick, Thomas Tracy, yeoman, at Ballinulta, in the county of Tipperary, being indicted in the Crown Office for an highway robbery on William Ryan; and for wilfully shooting at Thomas Lloyd, Esq; one of his Majestry's Justices of the peace for the county Limerick; he is also charged with the murder of Daniel Horan.

 

1792 Journal of the House of Lords

Thomas Morris, Treasurer of the Turnpike Road from Maryborough to Tomivarah

1st Nov. 1781 To one Year’s Rent of Tolls let to Edward Tracy £245.0.0

To one ditto of the upper Part to ditto £300.0.0

1st Nov. 1782 To one Year’s Rent of Tolls let to ditto £230.0.0

To one ditto of the upper Part to ditto £320.0.0

29th March 1781 Said Brownlow then received from Robert Tracy, Toll farmer, to hand over to the then Treasurer, the late Thomas Morris £66.17.6

28th July Said Brownlow received from said Tracy £139.14.3

1st Oct 1785 By Cash paid Robert Tracy, his bill as by his receipt and pursuant to Order of Board,

Four Boards…£2.5.6            }             £4.17.10

a Dinner…£2.12.4 }

1st Oct [1788] By ditto [cash] paid Robert Tracy, for Boards and Dinners as his receipt £5.6.10

 

John Tracey; Rating; Born: Cullen [Tipperary?]; Age on entry: 28; Dates served: 8 March 1793-12 May 1802; Date and Type of Application: Admiralty 22 December 1834

John Tracey. Dates served: 8 March 1793-12 May 1802; When admitted to Greenwich Hospital: 1 January 1835.

National Archives ADM 29/10  Admiralty: ratings

 

Birth. 27-11-1794. Walter of Walter Skehan and Mgt. Murrihane, sps. Patk. Murrihane and Mgt. Tracy.

 

British War Office

John Tracey b. Roscrea 9th Light Dragoons enlisted 25th June 1795. Appointed Sgt 1st Feb 1800. Clerk by trade. Died 28th Feb 1811 as Pay Master Sgt. Entitled to Prize Money for Flushing. Widow Mary signed in Exeter 10th March 1811. WO25/891

 

British War Office

Thomas Tracy b.1759 Nenagh, Tipperary 67th Foot 1794-1797 applied for Chelsea 4th Dec 1797 but rejected. Labourer WO116/10

 

1796 Martin Treacy, Boulebane, co. Tipperary, farmer (Perogative Will)

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

Michael Tracey born Cumblin, Tipperary. Served in 101st Foot Regiment; 54th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 40, 1798-1817 [b. 1777] Chelsea 5th Feb 1817 with 23 yrs service WO116/24

Michl Tracey born abt 1776 Cumlin, Tipperary - Canadian military service 25 Feb 1812

Micl Treacy, born abt 1777 Tipperary, Private 101st Regiment of Foot, residence 5 Feb 1817, Regimental Registers of Pensioners

 

8 and 12 December 1877 (NG) Tipperary Petition against the Union, January 1800

...Cornelius Tracy, do [Roscrea]...Patrick Tracy [Roscrea?]...Darby Tracy...Denis Tracy, Thomas Tracy...Thomas Tracy...

 

7 August 1779 Clonmel

Daniel Carrols, charged upon oath with assaulting Michael Gleeson and Dennis Tracy, on the 29th ult at Roscrea, and wounding the latter, of which he languishes in danger of his life.

The Gentleman's and London magazine: or monthly chronologer, 1741-1794

 

Ireland-Australia Transportation

Surname

First Name

Reb

Ship

Tried

Trial Place

Term

DOB

Native Place

DOD

Death Place

Remarks

Tracey

William

R

Atlas II (1802)

1800

Clonmel Tipperary Co

Life

 

 

 

 

 

“There was the case of another Cappagh White man who charged with and sentenced by a Limerick court martial but this was on 10th May 1800. That village was both famous for its fairs and notorious for its faction fights. William Tracy and others from there were charged with attacking a party of the Loyal Essex Regiment of Fencible Infantry on the 27th April. Sergeant Thomas Davis stated to the court that he was an escort for a prisoner who was being taken from Cappagh White by Ensign Hearne. On the Road to Limerick and half a mile from Doon he saw the accused man in front of a number of women and children. He immediately ordered him out of the way and threatened him. Treacy, he said, jumped over a fence and into the fields. He saw him again near Doon chapel wall where he was joined by other man near the gates. When the escort left Doon village the crowd followed and gave three huzzas and some stones were thrown at the soldiers. Davis saw Treacy with a stone in each of his hands. The crowd was shouting: ‘Hip, hip, hurray! Follow!’After a while the stoning was followed by four or five shots and a shout of ‘Let the prisoner go!’ was heard. Private Harding of the Loyal Wessex stated that the escort consisted of one subaltern, one sergeant and sixteen rank-and-file. They were escorting a prisoner who had been arrested by the Durham Cavalry. The court martial sentenced the prisoner to death but with a recommendation for mercy. After reading fully the court martial papers, it is not difficult to understand why Lord Cornwallis commuted this brutal sentence to seven years transportation.” National Archives Dublin 620/9/90/6

Power, Patrick C (1997) The Court Martials of 1798-99. The Irish Historical Press.

“15 July 1812 Permission for Tracey to return to Ireland

Home Department, a letter from Sir Chas. Saxton relative to a Man of the Name of Wm. Tracey who was transported from Ireland to New South Wales in the Ship Atlas, And I am to desire that this Person may be permitted to return to Ireland”

Watson, Frederick (1914) Historical Records of Australia. Library Committee of theCommonwealth Parliament

Bathhurst to Macquarie, 15 July 1812, granted a permission for William Tracey to return to Ireland...

Transportation from Ireland to Sydney, 1791-1816 by Thomas Joseph Kiernan. 1954

 

HISTORICAL RECORDS OP AUSTRALIA.

BATHURST TO GOVERNOR MACQUARIE.

(Despatch No. 3, per ship Spring Grove; acknowledged by Governor Macquarie, 28th June, 1813.)

Downing Street, 15th July, 1812.

Sir, I herewith transmit to you the Copy of a letter from Mr. Beckett to my Under Secretary, dated the 7th Inst, inclosing, by Command of His Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home Department, a letter from Sir Chas. Saxton relative to a Man of the Name of Wm. Tracey who was Transported from Ireland to New South Wales in the Ship Atlas, And I am to desire that this Person may be permitted to return to Ireland, it appearing from the Communication of the Irish Government that his Term of Transportation has expired.

I have, &c,

BATHURST.

[Enclosure No. 1.]

UNDER SECRETARY BECKETT TO UNDER SECRETARY PEEL.

Whitehall, 7th July, 1812,

Sir, I am directed by Lord Sidmouth to transmit to you the within Copy of a Letter which has been received from Sir Charles Saxton relative to a Man of the Name of William Tracey who was transported from Ireland to New South Wales in the Ship Atlas; And to desire that you will lay the same before Lord Bathurst and move His Lordship to be Pleased to give directions to the Governor of New South Wales to permit the Person in question to return to Ireland by the first Opportunity.

I am, &c,

J. BECKETT.

[Enclosure No. 2.]

SIR CHARLES SAXTON TO UNDER SECRETARY BECKETT.

Dublin Castle, 25th June, 1812.

Sir, In May, 1802, a Man of the Name of William Tracey was transported from Ireland to New South Wales in the Ship Atlas Musgrove, Master:—in the Warrant transferring the Services of the Convicts Transported by that Vessel to the Governor of New South Wales the Sentence of Transportation for Life is marked against the Name of William Tracey, agreeably to a return of the Sentences made at that time, and remaining in the Chief Secretary's Office here; But an inquiry having been lately made into this Man's case, it appears in reference to the Minutes of his trial, which were not lodged with the Government until after William Tracey's Transportation, that he was tried before a Court Martial at Clonmell, Convicted of being a Principal in a Moh that attacked a Party of the Army escorting a Prisoner of the Road and Sentenced to suffer Death, but recommended by the Court as an Object of Mercy, and that it was the intention of Earl Cornwallis then Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, that he should be Pardoned on Condition of transportation for Seven Years.

I am therefore directed by the Lord Lieutenant to desire you will lay this Case 'before Lord Sidmouth with His Grace's request that Instructions may be transmitted by the first opportunity to the Governor of New South Wales to permit the said William Tracey, who it appears is now at Sydney, to return to Ireland, the time for which it was Lord Cornwallis's intention he should have been transported having expired. Ireland.

I am, &c,

CHAS. SAXTON.

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

Philip Treacey born Camlin, Tipperary. Served in 26th Dragoons (Light); Alderney Invalids Discharged aged 24 after 10 years 6 months of service, 1802 WO121/60/324

Philip Tracy b. 1775 Roscrea, Tipperary 26th Light Dragoons(19th Jan 1792- 19th July 1802) Discharged 1820.Who was he with 1792-95 before 26th was raised? WO 121/195/91324 labourer and wounded. Reinlisted 6th May 1812 at Chatham in 91st till 28th Jan 1820 (Served in Peninsular and at Waterloo) 2nd July 1820 WO120/8 to live in Dublin WO121

Philip Treacy b.1778 Camlin, Tipperary 26th Light Dragoons (sgt in Capt Rynd’s Coy) and Alderney Invalids 1792- 19th July 1802 wounded. Labourer W0 121/60/324WO116/12

The 26thLight dragoons were raised in 1795. In 1803 they were renumbered the 23rd.The 23rd were only in the Peninsula in 1809 and were destroyed in the charge at Talavera.

Philip Treacy, Sgt b. 1778 Camlin, Tipperary. Capt Pyne’s Independent company.Wounded.Labourer. Chelsea 19th July 1802 with 10 yrs service WO116/252

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

Daniel Tracey born Tipperary, Tipperary. Served in Royal Artillery Drivers Discharged aged 29, 1803-1816

Daniel Tracey, b. 1786 Tipperary

 

Nov. 16, 1803 London Times

The following persons have been committed to the Clonmell Gaol - C. Haran, alias Coody, who stands indicted in the Crown Office, for the murder of Richard Buckley of Garrivine on the 6th of November last, and for, with others, setting fire to the dwelling house of John Treacy of Garrivine.

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

Francis Tr(e)eacey born Loughmore, Tipperary. Served in 98th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 30, 1804-1818 WO97/1059/5

Fras Tracey, b. 1788 Loughmore, Tipperary

Royal Hospital Chelsea Pensioner Registers of Soldiers Who Served in Canada, 1743-1882

Fras Treacey, 30, b. Longhmore Tipperary, 26 Aug 1819 Regimental Registers of Pensioners, labourer, brown hair, grey eyes, fair complexion, 5'6.5"

98th Frans Treacey, 30, 14 2/12 private, 5 West indies, 16 3/12 services 2 under age, 1/- rate of pay, born Loughmore Tipperary, labourer, 5'6.5" brown grey fair (note: total service 16 8/12, underage 2, ?? 12/8/12, , 6 4/12 } 21 yrs)

 

Daniel Treacy, from Cashel (Co. Tipperary) married at St. John’s 1805 died 1818 (Nfld. Archives BRC, Royal Gazette 6 Jan 1818)

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

 

British War Office

Francis Treacy b. Thirsk, Tipperary 1779 98th Foot enlisted 17th May 1804 labourer. Served West Indies 29th Jan 1806-31st June 1811. 14 years service to 1818 when Roll of 98th (formerly 99th) was taken. WO25/548 discharged from 98th 26th Aug 1819 WO120/29 WO97 WO121/221/15

24 July 1818 Newfoundland (34 men) British Army Pensioners Abroad

Francis Treacy, 25, Thurles, Tipperary, labourer (He enlisted on 17 May 1804, and was granted 100 acres on the Annapolis Road, NS, and was located on lot 25 South, in Dalhousie Settlement, on the 16 Oct 1820; Joanna, wife of Francis Tracey, died at Annapolis, NS, on 1 Aug 1843, age 50 (headstone in RC cemetery); pension in Nova Scotia, 26 Aug 1819.]

Erin's Sons: Irish Arrivals in Atlantic Canada, 1761-1853 by Terrence M. Punch

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

Thomas Tracey born Roscrea, Tipperary. Served in 28th Foot Regiment; Rifle Brigade Discharged aged 44, 1805-1823

Thomas Tracey, b. 1779 Roscrea, Tipperary

Thomas Tracey b. 1779 Roscrea, Tipperary Rifle Brigade PCO at Waterloo (16 yrs) and 28th Foot (2 yrs)  1805– 1823 labourer WO118/4 Thomas Tracey 1/28th enlisted 11th May 1805 WO25/955

 

3 April 1807 (FJ) Clonmel

...Margaret Tracy...

 

1807 The Catholic School Census of Cloyne and Ross

John Tracy (39) Gurtnacully, Bourney, Tipperary.

Patrick Tracy (110) Clonrush (in the Chapel), Clonrush, Galway.

Corcoran, T (1932) Some Lists of Catholic Lay Teachers and Their Illegal Schools in the Later Penal Times. University College, Dublin.

 

1808 (205) (Ireland.) Accounts

Spring Assizes 1807 - Clanwilliam Barony Tipperary

J. White & J. Tracy to repair 52 perchases from Tipperary to Cahir, between an alder tree on J. Kearney's bounds and the Widow Kavanagh a 6s...£15/12/0...£0/15/0

Spring Assizes 1807 - Ikerrin Barony Tipperary

M. Tracy, G. Lidwill & J. Dalton to repair 175 perches road from Borris-o'Kane to Radowney, between the County ford and the three roads of Bonhires a 7s...£57/15/0...£2/17/0

 

Return of Persons examined and certified as Qualified by Apothecaries' Hall in Dublin 1829

Dec 4 1807, Charles Tracey, Magherafelt, Derry

Nov 16 1810 Daniel Tracey, Nenagh [no county stated] (see Dr Daniel Tracey)

Dec 21 1810 Mark Tracey, Feymore, Mayo

Return of Persons examined and certified as Qualified by Apothecaries' Hall in Dublin

20 March 1818, Daniel Tracy, Nenagh, Tipperary

 

3/4/1812 Rent Charge

John Tracy, Longorchard, Tipperary, Occupier, 5 Mar 1812

 

1814, marriage of Richard Sadlier to Margaret Tracy (by licence) Church of Ireland records for Tipperary & Cashel

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

James Tracey born Roscrea, Tipperary. Served in 77th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 39, 1816-1836

James Tracey, b. 1797 Roscrea, Tipperary

James Tracey b. 1797 Roscrea, Tipperary 77th Foot Labourer served 22 yrs including 4 in West Indies. Chelsea 14th Dec 1836 WO118/19

James Tracey b. 1797 Roscrea, Tipperary. Labourer enlisted 11th Foot 2ndSept 1816 WO25/333

 

British War Office

Michael Tracy, born abt 1815 Roscrea, Tipperary, No. 3154 Private 60th Foot, joined age 18 on the 11 Jan 1833 Birr Queens

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital

Andrew Tracey, b. 1837 Toomevara, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Andrew Treacey 1879 Templemore, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Andrew Treacy, b. 1878 Templemore, Tipperary WO96 Militia 

Cornelius Joseph Treacy, b. 1871 Templemore, Tipperary WO96 Militia  

Cornelius Joseph Treacy, b. 1872 Templemore, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Cornelius Tracey, b. 1828 Templemore, Tipperary

Cornelius Tracey, b. 1828 Templemore, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Daniel Tracey, b. 1786 Tipperary, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Daniel Tracy, b. 1880 Nenagh, Tipperary WO96 Militia  

Denis Treacy, b. 1886 Borrisoleigh, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Edward Tracey, b. 1831 Roscrea, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Fras Tracey, b. 1788 Loughmore, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

James Tracey, b. 1797 Roscrea, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

James Tracey, b. 1821 Fethard, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

James Tracey, b. 1858 Tipperary, Tipperary WO96 Militia  

James Tracey, b. 1872 Templemore, Tipperary WO96 Militia  

James Tracy, b. 1847 Roscrea, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Jeremiah Tracey, b. 1836 Cashel, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

John Tracey, b. 1835 Roscrea, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

John Tracey, b. 1837 Templemore, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

John Tracey, b. 1837 Thurles, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

John Tracy, b. 1806 Bournea, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

John Treacy, b. 1880 Borrisoleigh, Tipperary WO96 Militia  

Martin Tracey, b. 1835 Roscrea, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Michael Tracey, b. ? Tipperary, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Michael Tracey, b. 1828 -, Tipperary WO131 Chelsea  

Michael Tracey, b. 1828 -, Tipperary WO131 Chelsea  

Michael Tracey, b. 1829 Borrisokane, Tipperary

Michael Tracey, b. 1829 Borrisokane, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Michael Tracey, b. 1832 Roscrea, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Michael Tracey, b. 1835 Roscrea, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Michael Tracey, b. 1839 Roscrea, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Pat Tracey, b. 1879 Killenanle, Tipperary WO96 Militia  

Patrick Tracey, b. 1817 Nenagh, Tipperary

Patrick Tracey, b. 1817 Nenagh, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Patrick Tracey, b. 1837 Tipperary, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Philip Tracy, b. 1775 Roscrea, Tiperary WO121 Chelsea  

Philip Treacy, b. 1778 -, Tipperary WO121 Chelsea  

Thomas Tracey, b. 1779 Roscrea, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Thomas Tracey, b. 1841 Ballingarry, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Thomas Treacy, b. 1836 Toomevara, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

Thomas Treacy, b. 1875 Roscrea, Tipperary WO96 Militia  

William Tracey, b. 1834 Templemore, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

William Tracey, b. 1870 Borrisokane, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

William Tracy, b. 1802 Clonmel, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea  

William Treacey 1830 Roscray, Tipperary WO97 Chelsea

Royal Hospital Chelsea Pensioner Registers of Soldiers Who Served in Canada, 1743-1882

William Treacey, 19, b. abt 1830 Dunkerrin Roscray Tipperary, Private 23rd Foot 3463, Attestation 17 Jan 1849 Birr, shoemaker, discharged at Chathlam 29 July 1856 aged 26y5m, 5'7.5" 

William Treacey, born abt 1830 Roscray, Tipperary, No. 3463 Private 23rd Foot, joined age 19 on the 17 Jan 1849 Birr

served nil years abroad, discharged in consequence of disability & unfitness for further military service apld medical certificate...his general character is good & is in posession of one good conduct badge tried of a regimental court marial 2 May 55 for absence without leave bestow 30 days imprisonment.

William Treacey 1882 Templemore, Tipperary WO96 Militia  

William Treacy, b. ? Clonmel, Tipperary WO96 Militia  

William Treacy, b. 1870 Templemore, Tipperary WO96 Militia  

 

Ireland-Australia Transportation

Name

Age

Reb

Ship

Tried

Trial Place

Term

DOB

Native Place

DOD

Death Place

Remarks

Andrew Tracy

25

 

Prince Regent II (1) [1821]

1820

Tipperary

7

1796

Clonoulty Clare Co [Tipperary?]

 

 

Cooper

Andrew Tracey. Per "Prince Regent", 1821

1821 Sep 8, Street Gang. On list of all persons victualled from H.M. Magazines (Reel 6016; 4/5781 p.111)

1822 Jun 8, Aug 3, Attached to Rose's Gang. On returns of proceedings of the Bench of Magistrates, Parramatta (Fiche 3297; X643 pp.15, 22)

15 Mar 1827 Certificate of Freedom [4/424; Reel 602] (Andrew Tracy, Prince Regent, 1821, 050/6124)

 

1820

3. Represenatives of Daniel Guilfoyle, Parkmore, Ikerrin Tipperary, part of a house and premises next to Rosemary street, Lease dated January 1820 William Smith to Daniel Guilfoyle for the lives of John Treacy, first son of Michael Treacy of Roscrea shopkeeper...

 

January 22, 1821 (FJ) Chancery - John Jameson Esq v. Thomas Treacy and Richard English

...Set to the highest and fairest bidder, for three years pending this cause, all that and those, Two dwelling houses, with the appartenances being part of the Premises in the Pending in this cause mentioned situated in the town of Caher and County of Tipperary, lately in the possession of Edmond Everade and Christopher Menton...

 

1821-1874 Poverty Relief Loans

1821-1874 Poverty Relief Loans

 

1821 Clonmell - Wesleyan Methodist Preacher (see Richard Taylor Tracey)

1823 Roscrea - Wesleyan Methodist Preacher Richard Taylor Tracey

1828-1830 Roscrea - Wesleyan Methodist Preacher Richard Taylor Tracey

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

William Tracy born Grange, Tipperary. Served in 72nd Foot Regiment Discharged aged 33, 1822-1836

William Tracy, b. 1802 Clonmel, Tipperary

William Tracy b. 1802 Grange, Clonmel, Tipperary 72nd Foot 1822 –13th April 18369 d/day WO120/27

 

Names of the Principal Inhabitants of Banagher and Neighbourhood in the year 1823

Linen Draper: Geo. Treacy

Names of the Principal Inhabitants of Birr and Neighbourhood in the year 1823

Boot and Shoe Makers: Simon Treacy, Main Street.

Names of the Principal Inhabitants of Roscrea and Neighbourhood in the year 1823

Iron Merchant: Michael Tracey, Rosemary St.

Leather Sellers: John Tracey, Limerick Street.

Tanners: Michael Tracey, Rosemary Street.

Thomas Lalor Cooke, William Antisell Cooke (1875) The Early History of the Town of Birr, Or Parsonstown

 

1824 Pigot Directory

Cashel

Wm Tracey, Main St. Cooper

Killenaule

Wm Tracey Linen Draper

Roscrea 1825

John Tracey, Limerick St. Leather Sellers

Michael Tracey, Rosemary St. Ironmongers and Timber Merchants

 

26 & 30 March 1825 (FJ) Clonmel Assizes

Patrick and William Tracy, two men who appearance beskoke some respectability, were charged with the Murder of Cornelius (Connor) Brennan, at Greenwood, near Templemore on the 24th of October last, when he and family and friends were returning home from Mass in Templemore...It was stated that they did not know the victim and it was supposed that they had been sent to kill him...They were found guilty and were hanged in the County Gaol...

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

John Tracy born Bournea, Tipperary. Served in 88th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 30, 1825-1837

John Tracy, b. 1806 Bournea, Tipperary

John Tracy b. 1806 Bournea, Tipperary 88th Foot 1825 – 1837 Chelsea 9th Aug 1837 Labourer WO116/45

 

Schoolteachers 1826/7

John Tracy, RC, Gurtnacully, Bourna, Co. Tipperary

 

Protestants of Moycarkey – Borris (Who signed a memorial to the House of Commons in favour of Catholic Emancipation)

Roger Treacy, Littleton

Wm. Treacy, Littleton

 

1820s-1830s Tithe Records

Alphabetical

 By Area

 

??? Tracy Clonoulty Tipperary 1824

 

Andrew Tracy, Skehana [Skehanagh], Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

Andrew Tracy, Skehana [Skehanagh], Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

Anne Tracy, Clongowe [Clongower], Thurles, Tipperary, 1833

 

Catherine Treasy, Togher, Templetouhy, Tipperary,

Connor Tracy, Clonakenny, Bourney, Tipperary,

Connor Tracy, Newton, Bourney, Tipperary,

Connor Tracy, Newtown, Bourney, Tipperary,

 

Daniel Tracy, Ballykelly, Bourney, Tipperary,

Daniel Tracy, Ballynulty [Ballinulty], Cullen, Tipperary, 1826

Daniel Tracy, Fogartys Park [& lower wood], Bourney, Tipperary,

Daniel Tracy, Fogartys Parks [& lower wood], Bourney, Tipperary, [Duplicate]

Daniel Tracy, Loran, Bourney, Tipperary,

Danl Tracy, College Hill, Templemore, Tipperary,

Danl Tracy, Loughill [Tinvoher], Loughmoe East [west], Tipperary, 1827 [duplicate]

Danl Tracy, Tinvoher Loughile, Loughmoe West, Tipperary, 1827

Danl Treacy [& Thomas Patt – first names?], Ballyerk, Moyne, Tipperary, 1827

Denis Tracy, Ballykelly, Bourney, Tipperary,

Denis Tracy, Ballywalter, Kilvemnon, Tipperary, 1834

Denis Tracy, Kelethea [Kylatlea], Kilvemnon, Tipperary, 1834

Denis Tracy, Kilithea [Kylatlea], Kilvemnon, Tipperary, 1834 [duplicate]

Denis Treacy, Ballaghveny, Ballymackey, Tipperary, 1824-1825

Dennis Tracy [& John McGrath], Whitefield, Loughmoe East [west], Tipperary, 1827

Dennis Tracy [& John McGrath], Whitefield, Loughmoe West, Tipperary, 1827

Dennis Tracy [sen], Clontaaf [Clontaaffe], Templemore, Tipperary,

Dennis Tracy, Clontaaf [Clontaaffe], Templemore, Tipperary,

Dennis Tracy, Drumtarsna [Glenbreedy], Glenkeen, Tipperary, 1832

Dennis Tracy, Loran, Bourney, Tipperary, [& Daniel]

Dennis Tracy, Roden, Durrow [Dorrha], Tipperary,

Dennis Treacy [& Michl Ryan], Commonaline [Commanealine], Doon, Limerick [Tipperary], 1826

Dennis Treacy [(bogf?)], Curraghbaha [Currabaha], Glenkeen, Tipperary, 1832

Dennis Treasy, Commonaline [Commanealine], Doon, Limerick [Tipperary], 1826

 

Edmd Tracy, Kilcooly Commons, Kilcooly, Galway [Tipperary], 1826

Edmond Tracy, Ballynulty [Ballinulty], Cullen, Tipperary, 1826

Edmond Tracy, Graffin, Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

Edmond Tracy, Graffin, Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

Edmund Tracy, Newtown, Kilcooly, Galway [Tipperary], 1826

Edward Tracy, Boulibeha [Boolabeha], Moyne, Tipperary, 1827

Edwd Tracey, Benaghmore District [Benamore], Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

Edwd Tracy, Whitefield, Loughmoe East [west], Tipperary, 1827

Edwd Tracy, Whitefield, Loughmoe West, Tipperary, 1827

 

George Tracy, Ballykelly, Bourney, Tipperary,

 

J [T] Tracy, Killoskehan, Killoskehan, Tipperary, 1826

J [T] Treacy, Killoskehan, Killoskehan, Tipperary, 1826                                                                          

J Tracy [or T Tracy & Benj Rawlins], Buggawn [Boggaun], Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

James Tracey, Bishop's Land, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

James Tracy [& Baron Purcell], Whitefield, Loughmoe West, Tipperary, 1827

James Tracy, Ballyhenry, Bourney, Tipperary,

James Tracy, Borrisnoe, Bourney, Tipperary,

James Tracy, Clonakenny, Bourney, Tipperary,

James Tracy, Commonage Unprofitable Bog [Ballyhenry], Bourney, Tipperary,

James Tracy, Kilmacuddy [not on this page], Bourney, Tipperary,

James Tracy, Liskeen [Lisheen], Moyne, Tipperary, 1827

James Tracy, Shanballynahagh, Bourney, Tipperary,

James Tracy, Shanballynahagh, Bourney, Tipperary,

James Tracy[& Baron Purcell], Whitefield, Loughmoe East [west], Tipperary, 1827 [duplicate]

James Trassy [sen], Lahinch [Lehinch], Lorrha, Tipperary, 1824

James Trassy, Lahinch [Lehinch], Lorrha, Tipperary, 1824

James Treacy, Phillipstown [Philipston], Donohill, Tipperary, 1826

James Treacy, Upper Garrangrena, Glenkeen, Tipperary, 1832

Jas Tracy [& John Bruton], Clonmore [& Chapel quarter], Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

Jas Tracy [& John Bruton], Clonmore [& Chapel quarter], Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

Jno Tracy [& Wm Lucas], Longlane [?], Kilbarron, Tipperary, 1824

Jno Treacy [& others], Ballynocken, Templetouhy, Tipperary, 1816 [1839?]

John Corcoran M Tracy [& Jams Blake?], Moynard [Moyneard], Moyne, Tipperary, 1827

John Tracey Crocanovoga [Knockaunavogga?] Bourney Tipperary

John Tracey, Knocknacree [Knockanacree], Modreeny, Tipperary,

John Tracy [& Mary Tracy], Ballywalter, Kilvemnon, Tipperary, 1834

John Tracy [& Michl Tracy], Buggan [Boggaun], Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

John Tracy [& Michl Tracy], Buggawn [Boggaun], Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

John Tracy [& Walsh], Ballycraggan, Killodiernan, Tipperary,

John Tracy Gurtinamo Clonoulty Tipperary 1830

John Tracy, ?ren*age [Grannagh? after Fogartys Parks], Bourney, Tipperary,

John Tracy, Ballykelly, Bourney, Tipperary, [Twice]

John Tracy, Borrisnoe, Bourney, Tipperary,

John Tracy, Clashdrumsmith, Emly, Tipperary, 1834

John Tracy, Clonakenny, Bourney, Tipperary,

John Tracy, Clonlismullen, Drom, Tipperary, 1825

John Tracy, Graffin, Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

John Tracy, Graffin, Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

John Tracy, Grannagh [?], Bourney, Tipperary,

John Tracy, Gurteen, Bourney, Tipperary,

John Tracy, Lisnaganogue, Thurles [Lisnagonoge, Holycross], Tipperary, 1833

John Tracy, Loran, Bourney, Tipperary, [twice]

John Tracy, Sollyheadbeg [Raheen], Sleaty [Solloghodbeg], Queen's, [Tipperary]

John Tracy, Templemore [& Ivy Hall], Templemore, Tipperary,

John Trassy, Spring Mount, Cloghprior, Tipperary, 1825

John Treacy, Summerhill, Glenkeen, Tipperary, 1832

John Treasy, Ballynockan, Templetouhy, Tipperary,

Joseph Tracy, Templemore, Templemore, Tipperary,

 

Kyran Tracey, Bishop's Land, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

 

Luke Tracy, Ballinahinch, Kilcomenty, Tipperary, 1834 [& 1827]

Luke Tracy, Ballinahinchkeating, Kilcomb, Wexford, 1825 [Kilcomenty, Tipperary]

 

Martin Tracy, Bawnmadrum, Bourney, Tipperary,

Martin Tracy, Bellview [Bellevue], Kilbarron, Tipperary, 1824

Martin Tracy, Burris [Borris], Twomileborris, Tipperary,

Martin Tracy, Clonlismullen, Drom, Tipperary, 1825

Martin Treasy, Tullow [Tullowmacjames], Templetouhy, Tipperary,

Mary Tracy [& John Tracy], Ballywalter, Kilvemnon, Tipperary, 1834

Mich Tracy, Clonakenny, Bourney, Tipperary,

Mich Tracy, Fogartys Parks [& lower wood], Bourney, Tipperary,

Michael Thracy [& Thomas Thracy], Curraghtanfill [Curraghtemple], Youghalarra, Tipperary, 1824

Michael Tracy, Clouncannon, Borrisnafarney Tipperary 1828, page 4/57

Michael Treacy, Ballydavid, Twomileborris, Tipperary,

Michl Tracey, Knocknacree [Knockanacree], Modreeny, Tipperary,

Michl Tracy [& John Tracy], Buggan [Boggaun], Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

Michl Tracy [& John Tracy], Buggawn [Boggaun], Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

Michl Tracy, Coolcormick, Templemore, Tipperary,

Michl Tracy, Curraduff, Templemore, Tipperary,

Michl Tracy, Fogartys Park [& lower wood], Bourney, Tipperary, [Duplicate]

Michl Trassey, Carneybeg, Cloghprior, Tipperary, 1825

Michl Trassey, Prospect West, Cloghprior, Tipperary, 1825 [twice]

Michl Treacy, Coolcormuck, Killea [Templemore], Tipperary, 1827

Michl Treacy, Killawardy, Killea [Templemore], Tipperary, 1827 [twice]

Michl Treasy, Togher, Templetouhy, Tipperary,

Ml Tracey, Fortyacres District, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

Ml Tracey, Ring of Trees, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

 

Owen Tracy, Carrigagown, Kilbarron, Tipperary, 1824

 

Pat [Roger] Tracy [& Pat Tracy], Graffin, Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

Pat Tracy [& Roger Tracy], Graffin, Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

Pat Tracy [& Roger Tracy], Graffin, Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

Pat Tracy, Clonakenny, Bourney, Tipperary,

Patk Frassey [Trassey], Ballycommon, Monsea, Tipperary, 1825

Patk Tracy, Firgrove, Kilbarron, Tipperary, 1824

Patk Treacy [& Jas Ryan], Killoskehan, Kilfithmone [Killoskehan], Tipperary, 1826                                  

Patk Treacy, Killoskehan, Killoskehan, Tipperary, 1826 [& 1831]

Patrick Tracey, Bawnmadrum, Bourney, Tipperary,

Patrick Tracy leased from Richard Burke, House & Office, Ballinlonty Kilfithmone Tipperary 1823-1824

Patrick Tracy, Barradrum [Bawnmadrum], Bourney, Tipperary,

Patrick Tracy, Grague, Moycarky, Tipperary, 1829

Patrick Tracy, Gurteenulla [Gortnadumagh], Bourney, Tipperary,

Patrick Tracy, West Poulacapple, Kilvemnon, Tipperary, 1834

Patt Tracey, Bishop's Land, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

Patt Treacy Ballyerk Frederick Lloyd, Esq. Moyne Tipperary 1828

Philip Tracy, Newtown, Kilcooly, Galway, [Tipperary] 1826

 

Richd Tracy, Ardlomain Earl of Derby [Ardlaman], Solloghodmore, Tipperary, 1824

Richd Tracy, Ardloman, Solloghodmore [Ardlaman], Tipperary, 1824 [duplicate]

Roger Tracy [& Pat Tracy], Graffin, Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

Roger Tracy, Clonakenny, Bourney, Tipperary,

 

Simon Treacy, Gurthelough [Gortalough], Glenkeen, Tipperary, 1832

 

T Tracy [& Benj Rawlins], Buggan [Boggaun], Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

T Tracy [& others], Killoskehan, Kilfithmone [Killoskehan], Tipperary, 1826

T Treacy [& Edwd Stapleton], Killoskehan, Kilfithmone [Killoskehan], Tipperary, 1826

Thomas Thracy [& Michael Thracy], Curraghtanfill [Curraghtemple], Youghalarra, Tipperary, 1824

Thomas Tracy, Borrisnoe, Bourney, Tipperary,

Thomas Tracy, Gurteen, Bourney, Tipperary,

Thomas Treacy Ballyerk Frederick Lloyd, Esq. Moyne Tipperary 1828

Thoms Tracy, Glebe, Sleaty [Solloghodbeg], Queen's, [Tipperary]

Thoms Tracy, Sollyheadbeg [Raheen], Sleaty [Solloghodbeg], Queen's, [Tipperary]

Thos Freacy [Treacy], Killmore [Kilmore], Toem, Tipperary, 1826

Thos Tracey, Drumroe, Modreeny, Tipperary,

Thos Tracy, Bellview [Bellevue], Kilbarron, Tipperary, 1824

Thos Tracy, College Hill, Templemore, Tipperary,

Thos Tracy, Forgestown, Moycarky, Tipperary, 1829

Thos Treacy & Dunne], Bunacum, Aghnameadle, Tipperary, 1825

Thos Treacy [& Dun], Bunacum, Aghnameadle, Tipperary, 1825

Timothy Tracy [& wife pli? Michl O’Brien & others Defs], Clonmona, Clogher, Louth, [Tipperary] 1830

Timothy Treacy, Phillipstown [Philipston], Donohill, Tipperary, 1826

Tithy Tracey, *itiff [& wife plaintiff Michl O’Brien & others Defendants, Clonely?], Clogher, Louth, [Tipperary] 1830

Tom Trassey, Ballinamona [Ballynamona], Finnoe, Tipperary, 1826

Tom Trassey, Ballinamona [Ballynamona], Finnoe, Tipperary, 1826

 

Tracey [& Brophy], Carrick, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

Tracey [& Co?], Boolareagh [Boolareagh], Bourney, Tipperary,

Tracey [wid], Bishop's Land, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

Tracey [wid], Carrick, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

Tracy [widow], Goldengarden, Kilpatrick, Tipperary, 1833

Tracy [widw & Denis Lahy], Shanakil [Shanakill], Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

Tracy [widw & Denis Lahy], Shanakill, Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

Tracy, [widow] Whitefield, Loughmoe East [west], Tipperary, 1827

Tracy, [widow] Whitefield, Loughmoe West, Tipperary, 1827

Trasey [Mr], Barrackstreet, Nenagh, Tipperary, 1828

Treacy & pts, Sunmmerhill, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

Treacy [Mrs], Coolkereen, Aghnameadle, Tipperary, 1825

 

William Tracy [& Patt Bray], Moynetemple, Moyne, Tipperary, 1827

William Tracy, Borrisnoe, Bourney, Tipperary,

William Tracy, Gurteen, Bourney, Tipperary,

William Tracy, West Poulacapple, Kilvemnon, Tipperary, 1834

Wm Tracy [& partner], Cappanagrana [Cappaghnagarrane], Isertkieran, Tipperary, 1834

Wm Tracy [& partner], Cappanagrana [Cappaghnagarrane], Isertkieran, Tipperary, 1834 [copy]

Wm Tracy [& partner], Cappanagraun [Cappaghnagarrane], Isertkieran, Tipperary, 1834 [copy]

Wm Tracy [& partner], Cappanagraun [Cappaghnagarrane], Isertkieran, Tipperary, 1834 [copy]

Wm Treacy [Mrs], Farenquirth [Coolkereen], Aghnameadle, Tipperary, 1825

 

 

Thos Treacy [& Dun], Bunacum, Aghnameadle, Tipperary, 1825

Thos Treacy & Dunne], Bunacum, Aghnameadle, Tipperary, 1825

Wm Treacy [Mrs], Farenquirth [Coolkereen], Aghnameadle, Tipperary, 1825

Treacy [Mrs], Coolkereen, Aghnameadle, Tipperary, 1825

 

Denis Treacy, Ballaghveny, Ballymackey, Tipperary, 1824-1825

 

Michael Tracy, Clouncannon, Borrisnafarney Tipperary 1828, page 4/57

 

Connor Tracy, Clonakenny, Bourney, Tipperary,

Connor Tracy, Newton, Bourney, Tipperary,

Connor Tracy, Newtown, Bourney, Tipperary,

Daniel Tracy, Ballykelly, Bourney, Tipperary,

Daniel Tracy, Fogartys Park [& lower wood], Bourney, Tipperary,

Daniel Tracy, Fogartys Parks [& lower wood], Bourney, Tipperary, [Duplicate]

Daniel Tracy, Loran, Bourney, Tipperary,

Denis Tracy, Ballykelly, Bourney, Tipperary,

Dennis Tracy, Loran, Bourney, Tipperary, [& Daniel]

George Tracy, Ballykelly, Bourney, Tipperary,

James Tracy, Ballyhenry, Bourney, Tipperary,

James Tracy, Borrisnoe, Bourney, Tipperary,

James Tracy, Clonakenny, Bourney, Tipperary,

James Tracy, Commonage Unprofitable Bog [Ballyhenry], Bourney, Tipperary,

James Tracy, Kilmacuddy [not on this page], Bourney, Tipperary,

James Tracy, Shanballynahagh, Bourney, Tipperary,

James Tracy, Shanballynahagh, Bourney, Tipperary,

John Tracey Crocanovoga [Knockaunavogga?] Bourney Tipperary

John Tracy, ?ren*age [Grannagh? after Fogartys Parks], Bourney, Tipperary,

John Tracy, Ballykelly, Bourney, Tipperary, [Twice]

John Tracy, Borrisnoe, Bourney, Tipperary,

John Tracy, Clonakenny, Bourney, Tipperary,

John Tracy, Grannagh [?], Bourney, Tipperary,

John Tracy, Gurteen, Bourney, Tipperary,

John Tracy, Loran, Bourney, Tipperary, [twice]

Martin Tracy, Bawnmadrum, Bourney, Tipperary,

Mich Tracy, Clonakenny, Bourney, Tipperary,

Mich Tracy, Fogartys Parks [& lower wood], Bourney, Tipperary,

Michl Tracy, Fogartys Park [& lower wood], Bourney, Tipperary, [Duplicate]

Pat Tracy, Clonakenny, Bourney, Tipperary,

Patrick Tracey, Bawnmadrum, Bourney, Tipperary,

Patrick Tracy, Barradrum [Bawnmadrum], Bourney, Tipperary,

Patrick Tracy, Gurteenulla [Gortnadumagh], Bourney, Tipperary,

Roger Tracy, Clonakenny, Bourney, Tipperary,

Thomas Tracy, Borrisnoe, Bourney, Tipperary,

Thomas Tracy, Gurteen, Bourney, Tipperary,

Tracey [& Co?], Boolareagh [Boolareagh], Bourney, Tipperary,

William Tracy, Borrisnoe, Bourney, Tipperary,

William Tracy, Gurteen, Bourney, Tipperary,

 

Timothy Tracy [& wife pli? Michl O’Brien & others Defs], Clonmona, Clogher, Louth, [Tipperary] 1830

Tithy Tracey, *itiff [& wife plaintiff Michl O’Brien & others Defendants, Clonely?], Clogher, Louth, [Tipperary] 1830

 

Michl Trassey, Carneybeg, Cloghprior, Tipperary, 1825

Michl Trassey, Prospect West, Cloghprior, Tipperary, 1825 [twice]

John Trassy, Spring Mount, Cloghprior, Tipperary, 1825

 

??? Tracy Clonoulty Tipperary 1824

John Tracy Gurtinamo Clonoulty Tipperary 1830

 

Daniel Tracy, Ballynulty [Ballinulty], Cullen, Tipperary, 1826

Edmond Tracy, Ballynulty [Ballinulty], Cullen, Tipperary, 1826

 

James Treacy, Phillipstown [Philipston], Donohill, Tipperary, 1826

Timothy Treacy, Phillipstown [Philipston], Donohill, Tipperary, 1826

 

John Tracy, Clonlismullen, Drom, Tipperary, 1825

Martin Tracy, Clonlismullen, Drom, Tipperary, 1825

Dennis Treacy [& Michl Ryan], Commonaline [Commanealine], Doon, Limerick [Tipperary], 1826

Dennis Treasy, Commonaline [Commanealine], Doon, Limerick [Tipperary], 1826

 

Dennis Tracy, Roden, Durrow [Dorrha], Tipperary,

 

John Tracy, Clashdrumsmith, Emly, Tipperary, 1834

 

Tom Trassey, Ballinamona [Ballynamona], Finnoe, Tipperary, 1826

Tom Trassey, Ballinamona [Ballynamona], Finnoe, Tipperary, 1826

 

Simon Treacy, Gurthelough [Gortalough], Glenkeen, Tipperary, 1832

Dennis Treacy [(bogf?)], Curraghbaha [Currabaha], Glenkeen, Tipperary, 1832

Dennis Tracy, Drumtarsna [Glenbreedy], Glenkeen, Tipperary, 1832

James Treacy, Upper Garrangrena, Glenkeen, Tipperary, 1832

John Treacy, Summerhill, Glenkeen, Tipperary, 1832

 

John Tracy, Lisnaganogue, Thurles [Lisnagonoge, Holycross], Tipperary, 1833

 

Wm Tracy [& partner], Cappanagrana [Cappaghnagarrane], Isertkieran, Tipperary, 1834

Wm Tracy [& partner], Cappanagrana [Cappaghnagarrane], Isertkieran, Tipperary, 1834 [copy]

Wm Tracy [& partner], Cappanagraun [Cappaghnagarrane], Isertkieran, Tipperary, 1834 [copy]

Wm Tracy [& partner], Cappanagraun [Cappaghnagarrane], Isertkieran, Tipperary, 1834 [copy]

 

Jno Tracy [& Wm Lucas], Longlane [?], Kilbarron, Tipperary, 1824

Martin Tracy, Bellview [Bellevue], Kilbarron, Tipperary, 1824

Owen Tracy, Carrigagown, Kilbarron, Tipperary, 1824

Patk Tracy, Firgrove, Kilbarron, Tipperary, 1824

Thos Tracy, Bellview [Bellevue], Kilbarron, Tipperary, 1824

 

Luke Tracy, Ballinahinchkeating, Kilcomb, Wexford, 1825 [Kilcomenty, Tipperary]

 

Edmund Tracy, Newtown, Kilcooly, Galway [Tipperary], 1826

Philip Tracy, Newtown, Kilcooly, Galway, [Tipperary] 1826

Edmd Tracy, Kilcooly Commons, Kilcooly, Galway [Tipperary], 1826

 

Luke Tracy, Ballinahinch, Kilcomenty, Tipperary, 1834 [& 1827]


Patrick Tracy leased from Richard Burke, House & Office, Ballinlonty Kilfithmone Tipperary 1823-1824

 

Andrew Tracy, Skehana [Skehanagh], Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

Andrew Tracy, Skehana [Skehanagh], Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

Edmond Tracy, Graffin, Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

Edmond Tracy, Graffin, Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

J Tracy [or T Tracy & Benj Rawlins], Buggawn [Boggaun], Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

Jas Tracy [& John Bruton], Clonmore [& Chapel quarter], Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

Jas Tracy [& John Bruton], Clonmore [& Chapel quarter], Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

John Tracy [& Michl Tracy], Buggan [Boggaun], Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

John Tracy [& Michl Tracy], Buggawn [Boggaun], Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

John Tracy, Graffin, Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

John Tracy, Graffin, Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

Michl Tracy [& John Tracy], Buggan [Boggaun], Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

Michl Tracy [& John Tracy], Buggawn [Boggaun], Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

Pat [Roger] Tracy [& Pat Tracy], Graffin, Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

Pat Tracy [& Roger Tracy], Graffin, Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

Pat Tracy [& Roger Tracy], Graffin, Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

Roger Tracy [& Pat Tracy], Graffin, Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

T Tracy [& Benj Rawlins], Buggan [Boggaun], Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

Tracy [widw & Denis Lahy], Shanakil [Shanakill], Templemore [Killavinoge], Tipperary,

Tracy [widw & Denis Lahy], Shanakill, Killavinoge, Tipperary, 1827

 

John Tracy [& Walsh], Ballycraggan, Killodiernan, Tipperary,

 

J [T] Tracy, Killoskehan, Killoskehan, Tipperary, 1826

J [T] Treacy, Killoskehan, Killoskehan, Tipperary, 1826           

Patk Treacy [& Jas Ryan], Killoskehan, Kilfithmone [Killoskehan], Tipperary, 1826                                                   

Patk Treacy, Killoskehan, Killoskehan, Tipperary, 1826 [& 1831]

T Tracy [& others], Killoskehan, Kilfithmone [Killoskehan], Tipperary, 1826

T Treacy [& Edwd Stapleton], Killoskehan, Kilfithmone [Killoskehan], Tipperary, 1826

 

Tracy [widow], Goldengarden, Kilpatrick, Tipperary, 1833

 

Denis Tracy, Ballywalter, Kilvemnon, Tipperary, 1834

John Tracy [& Mary Tracy], Ballywalter, Kilvemnon, Tipperary, 1834

Mary Tracy [& John Tracy], Ballywalter, Kilvemnon, Tipperary, 1834

Denis Tracy, Kelethea [Kylatlea], Kilvemnon, Tipperary, 1834

Denis Tracy, Kilithea [Kylatlea], Kilvemnon, Tipperary, 1834 [duplicate]

Patrick Tracy, West Poulacapple, Kilvemnon, Tipperary, 1834

William Tracy, West Poulacapple, Kilvemnon, Tipperary, 1834

 

James Trassy, Lahinch [Lehinch], Lorrha, Tipperary, 1824

James Trassy [sen], Lahinch [Lehinch], Lorrha, Tipperary, 1824

 

Danl Tracy, Tinvoher Loughile, Loughmoe West, Tipperary, 1827

Danl Tracy, Loughill [Tinvoher], Loughmoe East [west], Tipperary, 1827 [duplicate]

Edwd Tracy, Whitefield, Loughmoe West, Tipperary, 1827

Edwd Tracy, Whitefield, Loughmoe East [west], Tipperary, 1827

Dennis Tracy [& John McGrath], Whitefield, Loughmoe West, Tipperary, 1827

Dennis Tracy [& John McGrath], Whitefield, Loughmoe East [west], Tipperary, 1827

James Tracy [& Baron Purcell], Whitefield, Loughmoe West, Tipperary, 1827

James Tracy[& Baron Purcell], Whitefield, Loughmoe East [west], Tipperary, 1827 [duplicate]

Tracy, [widow] Whitefield, Loughmoe West, Tipperary, 1827

Tracy, [widow] Whitefield, Loughmoe East [west], Tipperary, 1827

 

Thos Tracey, Drumroe, Modreeny, Tipperary,

John Tracey, Knocknacree [Knockanacree], Modreeny, Tipperary,

Michl Tracey, Knocknacree [Knockanacree], Modreeny, Tipperary,

 

Patk Frassey [Trassey], Ballycommon, Monsea, Tipperary, 1825

 

Patrick Tracy, Grague, Moycarky, Tipperary, 1829

Thos Tracy, Forgestown, Moycarky, Tipperary, 1829

 

Danl Treacy [& Thomas Patt – first names?], Ballyerk, Moyne, Tipperary, 1827

Edward Tracy, Boulibeha [Boolabeha], Moyne, Tipperary, 1827

James Tracy, Liskeen [Lisheen], Moyne, Tipperary, 1827

John Corcoran M Tracy [& Jams Blake?], Moynard [Moyneard], Moyne, Tipperary, 1827

Patt Treacy Ballyerk Frederick Lloyd, Esq. Moyne Tipperary 1828

Thomas Treacy Ballyerk Frederick Lloyd, Esq. Moyne Tipperary 1828

William Tracy [& Patt Bray], Moynetemple, Moyne, Tipperary, 1827

 

Trasey [Mr], Barrackstreet, Nenagh, Tipperary, 1828

 

Edwd Tracey, Benaghmore District [Benamore], Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

James Tracey, Bishop's Land, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

Kyran Tracey, Bishop's Land, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

Ml Tracey, Fortyacres District, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

Ml Tracey, Ring of Trees, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

Patt Tracey, Bishop's Land, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

Tracey [& Brophy], Carrick, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

Tracey [wid], Bishop's Land, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

Tracey [wid], Carrick, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

Treacy & pts, Sunmmerhill, Roscrea, Tipperary, 1823

 

Thoms Tracy, Glebe, Sleaty [Solloghodbeg], Queen's, [Tipperary]

John Tracy, Sollyheadbeg [Raheen], Sleaty [Solloghodbeg], Queen's, [Tipperary]

Thoms Tracy, Sollyheadbeg [Raheen], Sleaty [Solloghodbeg], Queen's, [Tipperary]

 

Richd Tracy, Ardlomain Earl of Derby [Ardlaman], Solloghodmore, Tipperary, 1824

Richd Tracy, Ardloman, Solloghodmore [Ardlaman], Tipperary, 1824 [duplicate]

 

Danl Tracy, College Hill, Templemore, Tipperary,

Dennis Tracy [sen], Clontaaf [Clontaaffe], Templemore, Tipperary,

Dennis Tracy, Clontaaf [Clontaaffe], Templemore, Tipperary,

John Tracy, Templemore [& Ivy Hall], Templemore, Tipperary,

Joseph Tracy, Templemore, Templemore, Tipperary,

Michl Tracy, Coolcormick, Templemore, Tipperary,

Michl Tracy, Curraduff, Templemore, Tipperary,

Michl Treacy, Coolcormuck, Killea [Templemore], Tipperary, 1827

Michl Treacy, Killawardy, Killea [Templemore], Tipperary, 1827 [twice]

Thos Tracy, College Hill, Templemore, Tipperary,

 

Jno Treacy [& others], Ballynocken, Templetouhy, Tipperary, 1816 [1839?]

John Treasy, Ballynockan, Templetouhy, Tipperary,

Catherine Treasy, Togher, Templetouhy, Tipperary,

Michl Treasy, Togher, Templetouhy, Tipperary,

Martin Treasy, Tullow [Tullowmacjames], Templetouhy, Tipperary,

 

Anne Tracy, Clongowe [Clongower], Thurles, Tipperary, 1833

 

Thos Freacy [Treacy], Killmore [Kilmore], Toem, Tipperary, 1826

 

Martin Tracy, Burris [Borris], Twomileborris, Tipperary,

Michael Treacy, Ballydavid, Twomileborris, Tipperary,

 

Thomas Thracy [& Michael Thracy], Curraghtanfill [Curraghtemple], Youghalarra, Tipperary, 1824

Michael Thracy [& Thomas Thracy], Curraghtanfill [Curraghtemple], Youghalarra, Tipperary, 1824

 

 

 

1826 Tenants of Prittie Estate, Tipperary & Offaly .

Tenant – Place – Rent (£.s.d)

Roger Tracy – Loughane – 0.11.4

Michael Treacy – Killawardy (Tipp) – 16.3.3

Michael Treacy – Wood (Tipp) – 7.10.3

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Michael Treacy - NSW

Alias: Tracey 

Religion: Catholic
Marital status: Single
Calling/trade: Ploughman & reaper
Born: 1806 Tipperary
Tried: 1828 Tipperary        

Sentence: Life   

Ship: Governor Ready (2) [1829]
Crime: Conspiracy or murder
Remarks: Cripple

Holy Cross Murders 1826-7

On Sat. 30 June 1826, Richard Chadwick, eldest son of Rd. Chadwick of Perryville, nephew of Mr. Wm. Sadlier Wells [now Kingswell] Tipperary was shot dead on the road-way between the village of Bohernacrusha & Rathcannon, parish of Holycross, at a point where the bridge crossing the railway was later erected.  Involved in the conspircy were - Edmond Ryan of Ballymoreen, John Walsh, Tom Keogh & his sons, Patrick & John, Micheal Treacy, Watt Grace, John Daniel, Micheal Luby, Thomas & Darby Bryan.  They hid in the grove & joined there by Watt Grace & Jack Walsh & Ml. Treacy brought powder.  Thomas Keogh and Michael Treacy altered their former pleas of not guilty to guilty.  In the cases of William Grace, Thomas Keogh, Michael Treacy, Thomas Maher, Ml. Luby and James Daniel who had changed to a plea of guilty - the sentence of death was passed on them as a matter of course.  Six transported for life:- Wm. Grace, Thos. Keogh, Daniel and Thomas Maher, Ml. Luby, and Ml. Treacy.

6 February 1828 (F) The Murders of Mara

On Thursday, five persons were committed to Clonmel Goal by Dr. Fitzgerald, charged as accessartes in the horrid murder of Daniel Mara, near Holycross. - Their names are John Keogh, Thomas Keogh, Patt Keogh, Michael Tracey and John Grace. On the 17th inst., the following persons were also committed to Goal by Dr. Fitzgerald: Patrick Leacy, charged with being one of the armed party, who waylaid and murdered Daniel Mara; and John Russell, Thomas Russell, Timothy Russell and Stephen Ryan. Tipperary Free Press.

5 April 1828 (F)

...Rathcannon..lives Thos. Keough...a lame man named Tracey - he is a relation of Keough, and lives in his house. - Tracey came up to the Grove, bringing with him a paper of gunpowder...removed Tracey from the scene of action [before the event]...

14 April 1828 (FJ)

Clonmel, Friday, April 11. An express has arrived in town to stay the execution of William Grace, Thomas Maher, Michael Tracy, Michael Looby, James Daniel and Thomas Keogh, jun - They were sent off for transporation for life under an escort.

Apr 15, 1828 (BL) Murder of Mara - At the Clonmel Assizes on Monday...Thomas Keogh and Mich Tracey were then arraigned for the same crime, and pleaded guilty...

19 April 1828 (F) The Execution

Of Patrick Keogh and John Keogh, for conspiring to murder the late Daniel Mara, will take place this day at twelve o'clock pursuant to their sentence. On Wednesday next, Pierce Grace and John Russell will be executed in front of the Gaol, also for the same crime.

On Friday, about one o'clock, and without one hour's notice, Wm. Grace, Thomas Keough, Edmund Daniel, Thomas Maher, Michael Looby, and Michael Tracey, proceeded on an outside car from the County Gaol, escorted by a party of the Scots Greys, with drawn swords, to the Hulks at Cove, where they are to remain only till they are embarked on board the Convict Ships, to be Transported for Life (for the same crime) to New South Wales - far from the Green Hills of their Native Land.

Breen Maher and Long charged with the same crime were discharged. - No prosecution. - Tipperary Free Press of Saturday.

Tipperary Convicts transported 1829

Tom Maher; James Daniel; Tom Keogh; Michael Looby; William Grace and Michael Tracy all from the general area of Cashel Co. Tipperary transported in 1829 following the Spring Assizes in Clonmel. Maher settled around the Illawara area; Keogh around Maitland; Looby at Ryansvale, Springfield; Grace drowned in 1833; Tracy at Port Maquarie and Daniel was in Parramatta area in 1837 but it's not known if he stayed there. All transported on the 'Governor Ready' in 1829. Grateful for any information on these men, their families etc.

Joan Keogh 10 Mar 2006

Thomas Maher sentenced to life aged 26 conditional pardon
Thomas Keoghe sentenced to life aged 32 conditional pardon
James Daniel sentenced to life aged 22 tried Tipperary 1829
Michael Loobey tried tiperary sentenced to life aged 28
condition pardon
William Grace D (died?) sent. Tipperary sentenced to life aged 17
Michael Treacy sentenced to life aged 23
The above spellings are sometimes different to what you had but were as they were spelled on this index. Is there any info on them on the Colonial Secretarys index?
LIZ elizabeth liddicoat 10 Mar 2006

I know all the lads were sentenced to life - the murder is still remembered fairly vividly in Tipperary so the background information is fine; it's what happened them when they got to Australia is what I'm trying to ascertain. Tom Maher did well - got a cp in 1831 for shooting a bushranger; William Grace drowned in the 'Gundaroo' river (I assume that's the Yass river) and the others I'm not sure of as such. I'm carrying out this research from Tipperary so don't have access to the resources available in Australia as freely as I'd like; and ironically the little bits I discover about the lives of the men in Australia is informing about their previous lives in Tipperary. There is no mention of any of the men in the early part of the Colonial Secretarys index; much of importance happened in the later years - James Daniel petitioned the Governor in 1839 regarding his cancelled ticket of leave - I have yet to ascertain the circumstances in which he forefeited his TL - he received a CP in 1847. I cannot ascertain if Treacy ever got a CP or indeed what may have happened him. It appears that he was sent to Port Maquarie because he had one leg much shorter than the other and therefore had a pronounced limp. I am writing an article for a local historical journal and would be grateful for any information at all on these men.

Joan Keogh 10 Mar 2006

 

24 September 1828 (FJ) Catholic Rent

From the Rev. J. Crough, Catholic Rector of Donohill and Anacarthy, county Tipperary, including his subscription of 1l. and 1l. from Mr. Tracy...9l. 10s.

 

1828 John Treacy, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary. (Prerogative Will)

 

1828 Tipperary Spring Assizes (F)

Richard Leonard, for the murder of Darby Tracy, hanged on the 7th of April, his body was delived to the Surgeons of the County Infirmary.

 

26th March 1829 Clonmel Criminal Assizes

Counsellor Scott, K.C. applied to his lordship to have the case of Michael Tobin and John Carrol who were in gaol for the murder of Darby Tracey postponed to next assizes. Certain witnesses were not forthcoming, being put out of the way as he believed by the prisoners or their friends.

 

27th March 1829 Clonmel Criminal Assizes

John, Michael, Denis and (a second) John Tracy were acquitted of the murder of John Tracy at Graffon on the 25th September last.

 

13 May 1829 (FJ) Tibute to Daniel O'Connell

Clonmel...James Tracy 5s...

 

Margaret Tracey [of Tipperary?] & Margaret Buxton

Tasmanian Archives [71340 & 80428]

Eliza (1)

Departure: London 7 Nov 1829

Arrival: 24 Feb 1830

64. Tracey, Margt

Eliza Feb 1830

Middx 16 July 1829 14

Claro? Ho. of Correction ???

April 27 1830 Whiteker/? Being useless from old age. placed in the ???

Aug 10 1832 Bush/ Making away with a Bonnet Bonnet given her by her ???

Conditional Pardon No.1991 - 15th May 1839

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64. Tipperary, Tracey, Margaret, Nursery maid, 4'11.5", 53 years...grey eyes...

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169 Buxton Margt.

Eliza Feb 1830

Middx 16 July 1829 7

Transported for ??? Stealing £4 from a dwelling house my Mother Margaret Tracey on board tried with her ??? Mary ??? Single.

March 27 1830 D Ross/Drinks & insolent to her mistress yesty? Admd

Died by Suffocation on the road to her service Vide Bagdad Muster

Return 2nd May 1830

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169. Ratcliff Highway London, Buxton Margaret, needle woman, 4'10.5", 17 years, Hair Ubro...Eyes dbro...

Remarks M J B & Heart above elbow joint rt. Arm - J above elbow joint left Arm.

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October 20, 1830 Connaught Telegraph (Mayo)

Attempt to rob the mail.— Between 7 and 8 o'clock on Sunday evening last seven ruffians attacked the mail car between Templemorc and Roscrea, and endeavoured to possess themselves of tbe mail, which was most bravely and effectually resisted by the driver, a young man of the name of Tracy, whom they beat and cut in a severe manner ; his coat was stained in several places from tbe blood which flowed from the wounds they inflicted on his head. We are happy to state that the ruffians will be brought to punishment.

 

1830 Clonmel Model School

James Tracy, entered February 1830 aged 16, Roman Catholic, left April 1831, Emigrated with father and family to America.

 

1830 [see Richard Taylor Tracey]

The Representatives of the Rev. Richard Tracy and of Joseph Leech, Townparks (part of) Methodist Chapel, Roscrea, Tipperary, 0a/0r/18p, £5 rent, Lease dated 2nd November 1830. John Earl of Portarlington to the Rev Richard Tracey and Joseph Leech, of that plot or part of the former Castle garden in the town of Roscrea, called the Methodist Concerns, for 109 years from the 25th day of March previous at the yearly rent of one pepper-corn for the first seven years, and of £5 sterling for the residue of the term. The premises consists of a Methodist Meeting-house and the Ministers residence, which are excellant buildings, in good repair, having been recenly erected.

 

Martin Treacy, 1831, Prerogative Court will. Exec: John Shea, Bannistown, (co. Tipperary?), IWR/1831/F/615.

Martin Treacy, 6th December 1831. Probate will. T/15690.

 

British War Office

John Tracey b. 1813 Cullen, Tipperary Royal Artillery 1831-1840 WO69

 

16 March 1831 Clonmel Herald

Intention to register freeholds

Daniel Tracey, Gurtnaskea, houses and Lands, value £10

Dennis Tracey, Gurtnaskea, houses and Lands, value £10

Patrick Tracey, Gurtnaskea, houses and Lands, value £10

Thomas Tracey, Gurtnaskea, houses and Lands, value £10

Richard Tracey, Gurtnaskea, houses and Lands, value £10

Patrick Tracey, Summerhill, houses and Lands, value £10

 

1831 Tithe Defaulter

Alphabetical

By Area

Anne Tracy and son, Farmer, Thurles, Co. Tipperary.

 

Conner Treacy, Farmer, Clonakenny, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

 

Cornelius Treacy, Farmer, Newtown, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

 

Daniel Treacy, Farmer, Fogarty’s Parks, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Daniel Treacy, Farmer, Gurtderaboy, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Daniel Treasey, Farmer, West Poulacapol, Kilvemnon, Co. Tipperary.

 

Darby Treacy, Farmer, Bawnandua, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

 

Denis Treacy, Farmer, Loran, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Denis Treasey, Farmer, Balywater, Kilvemnon, Co. Tipperary.

 

James Tracy, Philipstown, Donohill, Co. Tipperary.

James Treacy, Farmer, Bally Henry, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

James Treacy, Farmer, Borrisnoe, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

James Treacy, Farmer, Clonakenny, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

James Treacy, Farmer, Shanballymaher, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

 

John Tracy, Farmer, Lisnagenoge, Thurles, [Lisnagonoge, Holycross], Co. Tipperary.

John Tracy, JP, Rahelty, Eliogarty, Co. Tipperary.

John Treacy, Farmer, Clonakenny, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

John Treacy, Farmer, Crocanavoga, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

John Treacy, Farmer, Gurteen, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

John Treacy, Farmer, Loran, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

 

Michael Tracy, Farmer, Gurteenakilla (Monsea), Youghalarra, Co. Tipperary.

Michael Treacy, Cloncannon, Borrisnafarney, Co. Tipperary.

Michael Treacy, Farmer, Clonakenny, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Michael Treacy, Farmer, Fogerty’s Park, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

 

Patrick Tracy, Farmer, Grague, Moycarkey, Co. Tipperary.

Patrick Trassy, Farmer, Coohaun, Killoskehan, Co. Tipperary.

Patrick Trassy, Farmer, Killoskehan, Co. Tipperary.

Patrick Treacy, Farmer, Bawnmadnua, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Patrick Treacy, Farmer, Gortnadumma, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Patt Treasey, Farmer, West Poulacapol, Kilvemnon, Co. Tipperary.

 

Roger Treacy, Farmer, Clonakenny, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

 

Thomas Tracy, Farmer, Fugertown, Moycarkey, Co. Tipperary.

Thomas Tracy, Farmer, Gurteenakilla (Monsea), Youghalarra, Co. Tipperary.

 

Timothy Tracy, Philipstown, Donohill, Co. Tipperary.

Timothy Treacy, Farmer, Boularea, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

 

Widow of Thomas Treasey, Farmer, Balywater, Kilvemnon, Co. Tipperary.

 

William Treacy, Farmer, Gurteen, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

William Treasey, Farmer, West Poulacapol, Kilvemnon, Co. Tipperary.

Michael Treacy, Cloncannon, Borrisnafarney, Co. Tipperary.

 

Conner Treacy, Farmer, Clonakenny, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Cornelius Treacy, Farmer, Newtown, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Daniel Treacy, Farmer, Fogarty’s Parks, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Daniel Treacy, Farmer, Gurtderaboy, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Darby Treacy, Farmer, Bawnandua, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Denis Treacy, Farmer, Loran, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

James Treacy, Farmer, Bally Henry, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

James Treacy, Farmer, Borrisnoe, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

James Treacy, Farmer, Clonakenny, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

James Treacy, Farmer, Shanballymaher, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

John Treacy, Farmer, Clonakenny, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

John Treacy, Farmer, Crocanavoga, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

John Treacy, Farmer, Gurteen, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

John Treacy, Farmer, Loran, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Michael Treacy, Farmer, Clonakenny, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Michael Treacy, Farmer, Fogerty’s Park, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Patrick Treacy, Farmer, Bawnmadnua, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Patrick Treacy, Farmer, Gortnadumma, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Roger Treacy, Farmer, Clonakenny, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

Timothy Treacy, Farmer, Boularea, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

William Treacy, Farmer, Gurteen, Bourney, Co. Tipperary.

 

James Tracy, Philipstown, Donohill, Co. Tipperary.

Timothy Tracy, Philipstown, Donohill, Co. Tipperary.

 

John Tracy, JP, Rahelty, Eliogarty, Co. Tipperary.

 

John Tracy, Farmer, Lisnagenoge, Thurles, [Lisnagonoge, Holycross], Co. Tipperary.

 

Patrick Trassy, Farmer, Coohaun, Killoskehan, Co. Tipperary.

Patrick Trassy, Farmer, Killoskehan, Co. Tipperary.

 

Daniel Treasey, Farmer, West Poulacapol, Kilvemnon, Co. Tipperary.

Denis Treasey, Farmer, Balywater, Kilvemnon, Co. Tipperary.

Patt Treasey, Farmer, West Poulacapol, Kilvemnon, Co. Tipperary.

Widow of Thomas Treasey, Farmer, Balywater, Kilvemnon, Co. Tipperary.

William Treasey, Farmer, West Poulacapol, Kilvemnon, Co. Tipperary.

 

Patrick Tracy, Farmer, Grague, Moycarkey, Co. Tipperary.

Thomas Tracy, Farmer, Fugertown, Moycarkey, Co. Tipperary.

 

Anne Tracy and son, Farmer, Thurles, Co. Tipperary.

 

Michael Tracy, Farmer, Gurteenakilla (Monsea), Youghalarra, Co. Tipperary.

Thomas Tracy, Farmer, Gurteenakilla (Monsea), Youghalarra, Co. Tipperary.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Name

Age

Reb

Ship

Tried

Trial Place

Term

DOB

Native Place

Crime

Marital Status

Trade or Calling

Remarks

Died

Death Place

James Tracey

22

 

Eliza II (4) [1832]

1832

Tipperary

7

1810

Tipperary

Stealing cow

Single

Stable boy

 

 

 

James Tracey Eliza 

Return of all male convicts assigned and transferred between the 1st and 31st days of October 1832, inclusively.

 

Eliza II arrived NSW 6/9/1832

James Tracey, a resident of Tipperary, was transported from Cork for "stealing a cow". James was 22 years old, 5 ft 2 inches tall and unmarried. His occupation was listed as "stable hand".

Contact: Margaret Tracey

 

 

First Name

Age

Reb

Ship

Tried

Trial Place

Term

DOB

Native Place

Crime

Marital Status

Trade or Calling

Remarks

Died

Death Place

Thomas Tracey

21

 

Blenheim I (1) [1834]

1834

Tipperary

7

1813

Tipperary Co

Assault grievous

Single

Servant farm

 

 

 

 

1835 Juvenile Association

Carlow District School

John Storrs’ Card – Mr. H. Tracy 1s 0d

Ennis College

Master Bernard’s Card – Mr. Tracy 0s 6d

Tullamore
Master R. Deverell’s Card – Mr. Tracy 1s 0d

1836 Juvenile Association

Mountrath

Sarah Maria Robinson’s Card – John Tracy 2s 6d

Sligo

Miss Brown’s Card – Mrs. Tracy 1s 6d

Miss Cliffords Card – Mrs. Tracey 2s 6d

Tullamore

Master R. Deverell’s Card – Mr. Tracy 1s 0d

The Annual Reports of the Juvenile Association for promoting the education of the deaf and dumb poor of Ireland.

 

29 April 1835 Pawnbroking in Ireland

Pawnbroker: John Phelan of Roscrea Surities: Thomas Mockham, John Hart & Michael Treacy shopkeepers Roscrea

 

15 June 1835 (FJ) Murder

...returning from Thurles to his home, he was met at Rolestown within three miles of Templemore..."If he knew Joseph Tracy, the stag?" The innocent man, on answering in the affirmative, and that he was a good neighbour...

 

1835 [45] [46] [47] First report of the Commissioners of Public Instruction, Ireland.

Private school kept by Michael Treacy, Aghnameadle, Diocese of Killaloe [Tipperary]

 

1835 State of religious and other instruction now existing in Ireland

Diocese of Killaloe

Aghnameadle. Aghnameadle. [Tipperary]: Private day school kept by Michael Treacy. Small payments of children. Summer 50 to 60 pupils. Discontinued since Nov 1834 for want of a school house. Reading writting and arithmetric.

 

1835-1857 Merchant Navy Seamen

Denis Tracey, b. Killensulle [Killenaule Tipperary]

Denis Tracey, b. 1810 Killenaule [Tipperary]

Denis Tracey, b. 1811 Tipperary Tipperary

John Tracey, b. Killenhaule [Killenaule Tipperary]

John Tracey, b. 1807 Tipperary Tipperary

John Tracey, b. 1812 Tipperary Tipperary

John Tracey, b. 1814 Tipperary Tipperary

Timothy Tracey, b. 1808 Killenaule Tipperary

Timothy Treacy, b. Killenaule [Tipperary]

 

24 February 1836 Wexford Conservative

Incendiarism. Another of those inhuman acts we have this day to record, but perhaps the present is still more appaling than any we have noticed for some time. On Tuesday night last a number of incendaries set fire to the out premises of a man named Tracey, on the lands of Killeawardey, a tenant of John Lloyd, Esq, of Lloydsboro', which were entirely consumed, together with six cows, a mare and foal, and eight geese!!

 

27 December 1836 (FJ) Justice Rent

from the parish of Mullinahone, county Tipperary...John Tracy...Denis Treacy...

 

1836 County Goal of Tipperary

Michael Trihy or Tracy, breach of Excise Laws, fined £6 or 3 calander months 20 June 1836, discharged 10 Aug 1836, 5 weeks and 6 days remitted.

Tipperary Gaol

Michael Treacy, Samuel Cooper Esq [Clonmel?], tried 20 June 1836, Fined £6 or confined 3 months, 10 August 1836

Patrick Treacy, Thurles Quarter Sessions, 19 October 1837, 12 months hard labour, discharged 25 May 1838

Sessional Papers

 

1836 Tipperary Constitution:

Feb 19, 1836 Property of Michael Tracey on lands at Kilawardy set on fire.

April 5, 1836 Houses of Edmond Tracey and Thomas Dolan at Whitefield attacked.

 

1836-1840 Outrage Reports Ireland

Elizabeth Treacy, 1838, —, Tipperary

Martin Treacy, 1836, Longhmore, Tipperary

Michael Tracy, 1840, —, Tipperary

Mrs Treacy, 1838, —, Tipperary

Patrick Treacy, 1838, —, Tipperary

 

Saturday 19 May 1837 Tipperary Free Press

Grand Jury to the spring and summer Assizes to deal with road construction
Borrisoleigh to Johnstown - between 3 roads at Ml Kelly's, Gurtreigh, and 3 roads at Ml Tracey's, Graiguefrehane, 372 perches.

August 12th 1837 Tipperary Free press
The Co. Election 1st day, Thur, Aug. 10th at Clonmel.  Among those present Hon. Con. O' Callaghan MP, John Power MP; Gurteen; Edm Power Ballydine; Archdeacon Laffan (Fethard); Philip Treacy QC; James Lanigan; Castlefogarty; and the candidates -Sheil and Cave v Baker Kilcooley and Moore of Barne.

M'Ghee, Robert James ed  (1837) The complete notes of the Doway Bible and Rhemish Testament, with a preface ...

Subscribers:

Mr. Tracy, Aurthur’s Quay, Limerick City

Mr. John Tracy, Ennis

Mr. Denis Tracy, Ennis

Mr. D. Tracy, Roscrea

 

24 March 1837 (FJ) Justice Rent

From the parish of Bourney and Corbally...Dan Tracey...Connor Tracey, 5s. each...Martin Tracey...Michael Tracy...James Tracey...Wm Tracey...Michael Tracey...M Tracey...2s 6d. each...Tom Tracy...2s. each...Patt Tracey...Patt Tracy, Darby Tracy...Tom Tracy...1s...

 

15 November 1837- 16 August 1838 Pawnbrokers in Ireland

27 Mar, 1818 Bond

Pawnbroker: Christopher Wall, 18 Mary's Abbey

Sureties: - - Thomas Tracy, Mabbot Street; (Dublin)

Christopher Hodgers, 167 Church Street;

and John Scott of Kildare, Hotel-keeper

June 8 1829 Pawnbroker application

Applicatant: William Treacy, jun Mountrath

Sureties:  Charles Pim of Mountrath, Gentleman

James Demsey of Mountrath, Shopkeeper

John Cunningham, of Derrough, Esq.

25 May 1833 Pawnbroker application

Applicant: Henry Jones Edenderry

Sureties: John Walker, Tullamore, Publican

James Clarke, Gallen, Collector

Thomas Hackett, Ballydaly, Farmer

Simon Treacy, Birr, Gentleman

29 April 1835 Pawnbroker application

Applicatant: John Phelan of Roscrea

Sureties: Thomas Mockham, John Hart & Michael Treacy, Shopkeepers of Roscrea

21 April 1838 Returns from the Marshal of the City of Dublin

Pawnbroker: William Tracey of Montrath,  May 1829, 15000 tickets

21 April 1838 Returns from the Marshal of the City of Dublin

Pawnbroker: William Tracey of Montrath,  May 1829, 20,000 tickets

21 April 1838 Returns from the Marshal of the City of Dublin

Pawnbroker: William Tracey of Montrath,  May 1829, 19,872 tickets, £2263s19d-

21 April 1838 Returns from the Marshal of the City of Dublin

Pawnbroker: William Tracey of Montrath,  May 1829, 26,884 tickets, £3565s7d7

Parliamentary Papers of Great Britain

 

1837 Summer Assizes

Slievardagh 338 Edmond Tracy, remainder of £27.9.1 to rep 573 per of the road from S. collieries to Carrick-on-Suir £6.17.3

1839...303 Edmond Tracy, of Killatlea, for repairing 573 perches of the road from Slievardagh colleries to Carrick £10.14.10

 

23 February 1838 (FJ)

Thursday night last a man named Treacy was frozen to death near Bushfield, County Tipperary from the inclemency of the weather. He was returning from the market at Nenagh, where he had sold a cow the same day, and had the price in his pocket, when discovered dead on Friday morning, within a few yards of his sister's house, and lying on his hands and face.

6th March 1838 The North Wales Chronicle and Advertiser for the Principality

Thursday night a man named Treacy was frozen to death near Bushfield, county Tipperary, from the iuclemency of the weather. He was returning from the market of Nenagh, where he had sold n cow the salllo day, alld had the price in his pocket when discovered dead on Friday morning, within a few yards of his sisters house, nnd lying on his hand s nnd face.

 

J Treacy of Graigne (Woodrooffe, Co. Tipperary?). Exec for Martin Cammel, 1838, Cashel & Ely Diocese.

 

 

First Name

Age

Reb

Ship

Tried

Trial Place

Term

DOB

Native Place

Crime

Marital Status

Trade or Calling

Remarks

Died

Death Place

Thomas Tracey

28

 

Elphinstone (3) [1838]

1838

Tipperary

7

1810

Tipperary Co

Manslaughter

Single

Labourer

CF 45/1048

 

 

Ireland-Australia Transportation Database (1780-1868)

OTHER NAMES: THOMAS (PUNCH)

SURNAME: TRACY                             

AGE:  28              

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Tipperary                 

TRIAL DATE: 24/07/1838

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Manslaughter

SENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs

DOCUMENT REFERENCES:  TR 2, p 153

 

28 July 1838 Nenagh Guardian

Denis Tracey's cabin, near Borrisoleigh was smashed with stones, and the doors, windows, and gate smashed to pieces-inmates escaped.

 

Name

Age

Reb

Ship

Tried

Trial Place

Term

DOB

Native Place

Crime

Marital Status

Trade or Calling

Remarks

Died

Death Place

Rody Tracey

24

 

Perseverance (1838)

1838

Port Louis Court Martial Mauritius

7

1814

Templemore Tipperary Co

Striking corporal

Single

Soldier in 35th Regiment groom

 

 

 


Nenagh Guardian, published in Co Tipperary in 1838 and 1839.

John Trassey  Tipperary Assizes 1838 Nenagh court/Manslaughter/To Be Transported/7 years

Mary Tracey Limerick court/her property stolen by Mgt Griffin

Connor Tracey his money stolen from Mary Tracey

 

11 May 1839 Tipperary Free press
A ruffian named Pierce Treacy of Ballycahill has been sent for two months to the thread-mill by Mr Tabiteau C.M. for flinging a stone at Mr. B. Ryan, Manager of Thurles Agricultural Bank.

11 May 1839 Wexford Conservative

Thurles Correspondent...Liscahill...Pierce Tracey of Ballychaill...-Nenagh Guardian.

 

12 June 1839 Tipperary Free press
Persons (£10 freeholders) applying for registrations as voters in Paliamentary elections - Eliogarty and Ikerrin: -
Dan Treacy, farmer, Gurtnaspeagh

 

Registered 1833 to 1840 Rent & Valuation of £10 County Electors, Roscrea Union, Tipperary

William Tracy, Oct 26 1839, lands, Killana Bourna, 64a/3r/6p, rate £25/15/0, rent £28/0/0

Daniel Tracy, Jan 11 1840, lands & commonage, Gortnaskea Bourna, 39a/1r/4p, rate £21/0/0, rent £17/0/0

 

19 Oct 1839 The Clonmel Herald

...registered to vote...

780 Denis Treacy, farmer, Gurtneskeha, houses lands and premises townland of do barony of Ikerrin as do £10

781 Daniel Treacy, farmer, Gurtneskeha, houses lands and premises townland of do barony of Ikerrin as do £10

782 Patrick Treacy, farmer, Gurtneskeha, lands and houses townland of do barony of Ikerrin as do £10

783 Richard Treacy, farmer, Gurtneskeha, houses lands and premises townland of do barony of Ikerrin as do £10

784 Connor Tracy, farmer, Kylanna, houses lands and premises townland of do barony of Ikerrin as do £10

785 a Denis Treacy, farmer, Gurtneskeha, houses lands and premises townland of do barony of Ikerrin as do £10

788 Wm Tracey, farmer, Kylanna, houses lands and premises townland of do barony of Ikerrin as do £10

789 Martin Tracey, farmer, Kylanna, houses lands and premises townland of do barony of Ikerrin as do £10

N.B. Those marked thus (a) are notice to renew anew, from and by persons already registered under the Reform Bill

 

1839 Voters

Cashel Division

John Tracey, Kileotlea

Nenagh Division
Connor Tracy, Kylanna

Daniel Tracy, Gurtnaspeagh

Daniel Treacy, Gurtneskeha

Daniel Treacy, Gurtneskeha

Denis Treacy, Gurtneskeha

Martin Treacy, Kylanna

Patrick Treacy, Gurtneskeha

Richard Treacy, Gurtneskeha

William Tracey, Kylanna

 

The Mansion-house and part of the Demesne and lands of BALLYDAVID, in the Barony of Eliogarty and County Tipperary (1830s?)

No.

Tenants' Names

Tenure & Observations

BALLYDAVID

11

Michael Trassy

Tenant from year to year, determinable 1st Nov. in each year.

The Lands of Derryhogan, in the Barony of Eliogarty and County Tipperary LOT NO. 5

 DERRYHOGAN

3

John Kennedy, John Fogarty, & Michael Trassy

Tenant from year to year, determinable 1st Nov. in each year.

 

 

October 24, 1840 Nenagh Guardian

County of Tipperary...intention to apply as persons entitled to vote...

1005 Tracy, Daniel farmer Gurtnaskeigh lands townland of Gurtnaskeigh parish of Bourna barony of Ikerrin as a freeholder 10£.

1007 Trassy, Patrick farmer Glannanogue houses and lands townland of Glannfogue parish of Glankeen barony of Kilnemanagh as a freeholder 10£

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

James Tracey born Droughan, Tipperary. Served in 60th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 21, 1840-1842

James Tracey, b. 1821 Fethard, Tipperary

James Tracey, born abt 1821 Fethard, Tipperary, No. 1459 Private 60th Foot, joined age 19 on the 6 Mar 1840 Cloumel, Tipperary

 

Theresa London via Plymouth 24 March 1840 arrived Port Philip 18 July 1840

Conner Tracy 21, 48 single man, Shepherd, Tipperary, RC

 

1840 Paterson NJ

Cornelius Tracey came to the United States in 1840, from Temple More, County Tipperary, Ireland, and for some time worked on the Great Lakes as an engineer. John M. Tracey was born on Grand street, near Spruce, Oct. 9 1867, the son of Cornelius and Mary (Landy) Tracey. John Tracey, grandfather of John M. Tracey…

On July 1st, 1910, the Bertillon System and the Bureau of Identification was established, and Sergeant John M. Tracey was appointed Captain of Detectives. Chief of Police John Bimson was placed on pension at his own request on July 1st, 1917, and on October 18th, 1918, John Tracey was appointed Chief of Police. Chief Tracey died on January 10th, 1932.

History of Paterson and its environs (the silk city): historical ..., Volume 3‎ - Page 226 William Nelson, Charles Anthony Shriner - Paterson (N.J.) - 1920

 

1840 to 1855 Index of people born in Tipperary and emigrated to Sydney, New South Wales,  or Moreton Bay, Queensland

1840 Mary Anne

Patrick Trassy, 27, Templemore, (parents: John (horsebreaker)/Margaret  Howe) Known to Pat Dugan at T.,

1841 Berkshire

Thomas Tracey, 39, Cappawhite, husband, (parents: Timothy (farmer) & Mary, b. Jan 11th, 1802, Baptism certified)

Bridget Tracey, 35, Cappawhite, wife, (parents Patrick ??? (land steward) & Winifred Neale Baptism certified)

Timothy Tracey, 19, Cappawhite, son

Mary Tracy, 16, Cappawhite, daughter

Thomas Tracey, 14, Cappawhite, son

James 7.5

Ellen 4.5

Bridget 9 mths

1841 Eleanor

Michael Tracy, 36, Caher, husband (parents: "deceased")

Bridget Tracy, 26, Caher, wife (parents: not given - Ryan connection ??) Baptism Cert.

Michael Tracy, 10, son

John, Tracy, 6, son

Catherine Ryan, 23, Caher (parents: Dennis/Margaret Sullivan F dead) Baptism certified. Protected by Michael Tracy & wife

1841 Glenswilly

Pierce Tracy, 25, Ballycahill, husband (parents: "both dead")

Mary Tracy, 27, Ballycahill (parents ??? Barry/Margaret Flynn, living in Macarky) Stated to have 2 chn in application.,

1841 Jane Gifford

Mathew Tracy, 28, Lochmore, husband (parents: Mathew (farmer)/Judy Sweeney)

Bridget Tracy, 25, Lochmore, wife (parents: Ned Hall (labourer)/Catherine Carroll)

Judy, 4, daughter

Kate, 2, daughter

1849 Una

Mary Sheedy, 32, Killea, widow (parents: Dennis & Nancy Tracey both dead) (sister Bridget Treacy, 21, born Killea, in Australia}

1850 Kate

Michael Tracey, 36, Toem (parents: Michael/Mary nee Brien, both dead), His surname is stated as Brien but a long note states that his real surname is Tracey.

Mary Lynch, 26, Nenagh (parents: Michael & Margaret  Tracey) (wife of William, 30)

Jane Treacy, 22, Rushmore [Rosmore Galway], (parents: William / Ann xx Living at Rushmore. Sister = Catherine Kennet? [Mary Kennedy?]) 

Mary Treacy, 20, Rushmore [Rosmore Galway], (parents: William / Ann xx Living at Rushmore. Sister = Catherine Kennet? [Mary Kennedy?]) 

1853 Athenian

Hannah Butler, 33, Kilmore (parents: Martin & Bridget  Ryan) Mother living in Sydney, NSW  M, now Bridget Tracey + 4Bros & 3 Si         

1853 Telegraph

Honora Tracey, 22, Ballycommon, RC (parents: William/Nancy, father at Ballycommon).

Mary Tracey, 21, Ballycommon, RC (parents: William/Nancy, father at Ballycommon)

1854 Columbia

Catherine Treacy, 19, Cloghjordan, RC (parents: James/Margaret, M dead)

1854 Lady Elgin

John Tracy, 26, Cloghprior (parents: Michael/Margaret, living in Cloughprior), 3 sisters Ann, Margaret & Mary (now Lynch), Broulee,

1855 Matoaka

Mary Tracey, 19, Thurles, RC (parents: Michael/Ellen, F dead , M in Thurles)

Mary Tracey, 24, Roscrea, RC (parents: Patrick/Peggy, both dead)

1855 Matoaka

TRACEY / TRACY    Mary    19    Nursemaid    Thurles    Tipperary    Ireland
TRACEY / TRACY    Mary    24    Farm Servant    Rossgrey ?    Tipperary    Ireland

http://www.cotyroneireland.com/ships/matoaka.html

 

11 May 1841 Coroners Inquiry

Denis Treacy of Toomevara Tipperary. Coroner: James Carroll Finding: visitation of God

 

1836-1848 A list of Orphans in the care of the County Tipperary Protestant Orphan Society

181 Thomas Treacy, entered 14 Oct 1841, father was Labourer from Toomevara, Apprenticed

182 Phoebe Treacy, entered 14 Oct 1841, father was Labourer from Toomevara, Apprenticed

 

November 20, 1841 Nenagh Guardian

Barony Of Eliogarty. 8. To repair 670 perches of the road frum Thurles to Templemore, by Loughmore, betwaen the cross of Kallyduag and Martin Tracy's cross at Graiguefrehane, for three years, not to exceed 6d per perch.

 

1841 Lord Viscount Morpeth's Testimonial Roll

Edward Tracey, CR, Kilcock [Kildare]

Micheal Treasy, Graystown [Killenaule Tipperary]

Nicholas Treasy, No 21 Portlane st [Dublin]

Thos Tracey, 20 Gt Ship St [Dublin]

[Note: There are many other signatories but no addresses]

 

9 April 1842 (NG) Nenagh Petty Sessions

Patrick Tracey, for the abduction of Honora Mara, was admitted to bail, to take trial at the next assizes of this town.

6 August 1842 (NG) Nenagh Assizes

James Dunne, Thomas Dunne and Patt Tracy were indicted for forcibly carrying away Honora Mara...on the 16th of February last at Toomavara. The prisoner Tracy pleaded guilty...is a confortable man; I heard he was to get four acres of land and £20, on condition he marries [the girl]...It is a mitigated case of abduction - but it is my duty to record sentence of death against you...

6 August 1842 (NG)

Patrick Tracey and Thomas Dunn (abduction) (To be transported for Life)

12 Aug 1842 (CE) Nenagh Assizes

Patrick Tracy and Thomas Dunn, abduction. To be transported for life.

Ireland-Australia Transportation Database (1780-1868)

OTHER NAMES: PAT

SURNAME: Tracey or Treacy                            

AGE:  21              

SURNAME: DUNN                              

OTHER NAMES: THOMAS

AGE:  24              

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Tipperary                  

TRIAL DATE: 16/07/1842

TRIAL DATE: 28/07/1842

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Abduction

SENTENCE: Death commuted to 3 weeks imprisonment

DOCUMENT REFERENCES:  CRF 1842 T 24

DOCUMENT REFERENCES:  TR 4, p 158

COMMENTS: Convict's name struck through

 

April 22, 1842 Tipperary Constitution

A notice was also posted on the house of Thomas Tracey of Bunacrum (?) [Bunacum, Aghnameadle?] threatening him with a 'bloody end' if he worked for Mr. Dawson.

 

8 June 1842 (NG) Reward - Parochial meeting at the Chapel of the Silvermines

...Lord Dunalley in every capacity both a Liberal Legislator and humane Landlord...illegal notice served on Matthew Ryan...Robert Treese, Kilmore 10s...

 

9 November 1842 (NG) Nenagh Petty Sessions

Amelia McElroy v. Trassys and Gleesons for assult and forcible possession. Mary Trassy being sworn, stated that old Tom Dunn her uncle, sold the interest in certain lands for £5 to her father, the possession is to be given after Dunn's death; saw the money paid. Tom Dunn, an old man near ninety years of age, swore positively that he never made any such bargain or agreement; he gave the lands 14 years ago to his son as a marriage portion, and that it is still in the possession of his son's widow, Amelia M'Elroy...

 

23 November 1842 (NG) Nenagh Petty Sessions

...a large grave dug on the side of the road near Toom...James Dunn [and Michael Tracy?] who lives at Bunnicum...

 

January 1843 Power v. Heir and Tertenants of M'Braire

...Martin tracy and eight other tenants...Charlotte M'Braire, an insolvent, deceased...a considerable number of acres in tipperary...cottier tenants...no intention of desturbing said tenants...

 

January 1843 Lessee of Richard Lynch and others v Judith Lynch

...North Riding in the county of Tipperary...Rathmogue...lease dated 27th October 1821, whereby the Rev Theobald Butler and John Butler demised them to Patrick Lynch, Ricahrd Lynch and Richard Lynch...the leasees were in posession themselves of the 17 acres, saving six held by two persons named Mahony and Tracy, who were not served with the ejectment...

 

1843 Return of Names of every Blacksmith whose Forge has been registered in Ireland

Thomas Treacey, Newtown, Tipperary, registered 26 September 1842

 

23 February 1843 (NG) Sudden Death and Inquest

On the night of last Thursday, between the hours of 9 and 10 o'clock, a man named Patrick Trassy living near this town [Nenagh], fell dead while in the act of saying his prayers...rumours that were afloat relative to the deceased having been poisoned by some whiskey he drank down town...Margaret Trassy's evidence was to the effect that the deceased was her husband...he died suddenly in his own house at the White Walls; he spent the day selling scollops at the market...his six children...Verdict- Deceased came by his death in consequence of a disease and enlargement of the heart.

 

8 March 1843 (CE) Births

Edward Tracy, Esq., Cullen, in the couutv of Tipperary, and brother of Lieut. Tracy, late of the 7th Dragoon Guards

March 9, 1843 (FJ) Marriages

On the 28th ult., Mr. T. Hayes of Miltown, to Lucy, second daughter of Edward Tracy, Esq., of Cullen, county Tipperary and niece of Lieutenant Tracy, late of the 7th Dragoon Guards.

11 March 1843 Wexford Independent

Mr. T. Hayes of Miltown, to Lucy, second daughter of Edward Tracy, esq., of Cullen county Tipperary, and niece of Lieutenant Tracy, late of the 7th Dragoon Guards.

 

1 April 1843 (N) O'Connell Compensation fund

Nenagh Tipperary...Daniel Tracy...

 

1 July 1843 (NG) Nenagh Poor Law Guardians

Admission of Paupers - Bridget Trassy, her father and mother are dead; lived with Mr. John Gleeson, has a brother, but he is in America.

 

15 November 1843 (NG) Waylaying and Assault

On the night of the 10th instant, John Donohoe, of Ballymackey, returning home from Nenagh, in company of two other men named Patrick and Thomas Tracy, were met on the road near Knockinglass, by three men who attacked them with stones one of which struck Patrick Tracy on the head and cut him - they then got inside a ditch, when Donohoe discharged a pistol in the direction from whence the stones came, but without effect. The parties are known.

17 Nov 1843 (CE) Attempt to Assinate Thomas Waller of Finoe, J.P.

...Thomas Tracy, were met on the road near Knockinglass by three men who attacked them with stones, one of which struck Patrick Tracey on the head and cut him. They then got inside a ditch, when Donoghue discharged a pistol  in the direction from which the stones came, but without effect...

 

9 Jan 1844 Rocrea Union Workhouse

...The porter, Mr. Treacy, has been removed to the fever hospital, and is in a very precarious state;...

13 Jan 1844 Rocrea Union Workhouse

I am sorry to say it is my duty to report another death among the officiers of this union; the porter, Mr. Michael Treacy, has fallen victim to a prevailing fever...

http://www.eppi.ac.uk/eppi/digbib/view?did=c1:103220&p=142&sdid=c1:103362

 

3 and 8 May 1844 (NG) Thurles Quarter Sessions

To be imprisoned for two months hard labour...Dan Daly, John Daly, John Trassy (riot) and to give security at the expiration of two months in £10 each and two surities at £5 each...

 

14 May 1844 Clonmel List of the Names of all Persons qualified to serve as Juriors in the

Northern Division of Tipperary, for Spring Assizes 1840

Daniel Tracey

Daniel Treacy

Michael Treacy

Patrick tracy

Northern Division of Tipperary, for Spring Assizes 1841

Patrick Trassy

Northern Division of Tipperary, for Spring Assizes 1842

Matthew Treacy

Patrick Treacy

Northern Division of Tipperary, for Spring Assizes 1843

Martin Treacy

Patrick Trassy

Northern Division of Tipperary, for Spring Assizes 1844

Michael Trassy

Patrick Trassy

Patrick Treacy

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October 16, 1844 (FJ)

...Meskill was proscuting or aiding in the prosecution of a person named Tracy or Trassy, for an assault upon a third party connected with the possession of some land, the property of Mr. Latouche, in whose employment Meskill was...Clonakenny...

 

November 4, 1844 (FJ) Murderous Outrage

...John Ransford [of Ballinahich] was proceeding from Bird Hill towards Ballinahinch [attacked]...direction of O'Briens Bridge...county Clare...arresting three men named Martin Tracy, James Tracy and - Hill...identified Martin Tracy as the man who fired the shot...taken some land which the Tracy's had been evicted.

1844 Attempt to Murder

About eight o'clock, on the night of the 29th ult., a man named John Ransford, when returning to his residence at Ballinahinch, was waylaid and severely assaulted by an armed party, who inflicted some severe cuts in his head---he also received a gun shot wound in the thigh---the party having commenced their attack by firing at him. On being informed of the occurrence, Constable Gaul, of the next police station, and his men, immediately went in pursuit of the offenders, in the direction of O'Brien's bridge, and arrested, in the county of Clare, four men who are now in custody for examination, of whom Martin Tracy has been identified by Ransford as being one of the five who attacked him. The cause of this outrage is not known at present.---Nenagh Guardian.

6 Nov 1844 (CE) Murderous Outrage

...Martin Tracy, James Tracy, and Hill. Edmond Ransford has since fully identified Martin Tracy as the man who fired the shot. John Ransford lies at Bailinahinch dangerously ill, and but few hopes are entertained of his recovery...

The Tyrone Constitution Friday, November 8, 1844.

On Wednesday, as a man named John Ransford, was proceeding from Bird-hill towards Ballynahinch, he was met by a party of armed men who attacked him. He escaped and ran to the house of a relative Edmond Ransford who informed the police at the Muragh station, about a mile and a half distant. Sergeant Goore and a party of police pursued the ruffians who fled in the direction of O'Brien's bridge. He succeeded in arresting three men, named Martin Tracy, James Tracy and Hill. The cause assigned for the attack is a spirit of revenge, instigated by Ransford having taken some land from which the Tracy's had been evicted. Tipperary Vindicator Nov. 5, 1844
9 November 1844 Wexford Independent

Agarian Murders...On wednesday last a murderous attack was made upon John Ransford, near Ballinahinch...The parties were persued by the police into the county of Clare, and three of them arrested, one named Hill and two named Tracy. Martin Tracy has been identified as the man who fired the shot. Ranford lies dangerous ill at Ballinahinch...It appears the crime is traceable to the posession of land... - Limerick Reporter

13 November 1844 Wexford Conservative

A man named Edmond Ransford, living near ballynahinch, in Tipperary, seeing a plot of ground unoccupied, ventured to take it. This ground had formerly been tilled by a family named Tracy, who had been ejected. As one evening, last week, Ransford was returning home, he was met by a party of armed men. he ran for his life; they fired and wounded him; but he gained enterence into a cottage before his persuerers could dispatch him. He lies now without hope of recovery. Three men were apprehended by the police almost immediately asfter the shot was fired; and one Michael Tracy was recognised by the wounded man as his assailant.

22 March 1845 (NG) Felonious Assault

Martin Tracey was given in charge for feloniously assaulted John Ransford, by firing a loaded gun on the 29th Oct last. John Ransford- I live at Ballinahinch...I know him those 20 years...I didn't swear informations for two months after I was attacked...we never had a dispute about land...

Edward Ranson [Ransford?], brother - I heard my brother had a dispute with Tracey about the right of a passage; Tracey's house was attacked; my father said he would give up this prosecution if the Tracey's settled about the passage we were disputing. Constable Gall-...Ransford...told me there were three of the Tracey's in the attack. The jury acquitted the prisoner.

 

9 November 1844 (NG) Sheep stealing

...Mr. R. Mason...I live at Clonakenny...Michael Tracey, a man in Mr. Mason's employ, deposed to his master losing the sheep...

 

9 November 1844 (NG) Grievous Assault

Martin Tracey was indicted for a grievous assault on Patrick Doyle, on the 9th of August last. Patrick Doyle [70 years of age] ...I live in Kinane...Mr. Latouche from Dublin is the landlord...I am in possession of the land since the 9th of August, it was one David Maxwell that gave me the land...the prisoner came up from the direction of his own house...gave me three strikes of a pitchfork...Tracey had been in possession of the land I got from Maxwell...He said:- Patrick[?] Tracey, you have been convicted...[long speech follows which includes the assassination of Maxwell]...two years imprisonment and hard labour...

 

November 14, 1844 (FJ) Murder

The reason for this outrage is that Patrick M'Guinness of Kilwardy summoned his master Patrick Tracy of Killeen to the petty sessions of Templemore for wages, for which he obtained a decree. Tracy lodged an appeal to the quarter sessions of Thurles, where the decision was confirmed.

15 Nov 1844 (CE)

Patrick Tracy, of Killeen, to the Petty Sessions of Templemore for wages, for which he obtained a decree. Tracy lodged an appeal to the Quarter Sessions of Thurles, where the decision of the Magistrates was confirmed.

 

Jan. 2nd. 1845 Inquest

Margaret Treacy, Ballygurteen, Corbally. Barony of Ikerrin. Dr. Henry Powell. Verdict-Falling into a tub of water.

 

4 January 1845 (N) O'Connell Tribute

Mullinahone, county Tipperary...William Treacy...

 

January 10, 1845 (FJ) Repeal Rent

...Shinrone and Ballingarry, per Mr. J. Tracey 4s...

11 January 1845 (N) Loyal National Repeal Association

Shinrone and Ballingarry, per Mr. John Tracey 4s.

 

22 March 1845 (NG) Murder of Stapleton

Michael Whelan was place at the bar...William Stapelton cross-examined...my house on the way to Loughmore...I was sentenced for attempting to murder a man named Tracey...I got 10 years there and am home about three years...there are friends and relatives of Tracey yet living in my neighbourhood...

 

17 May 1845 Advertisment

Anne Tracey, daughter of Martin Tracey, Cloonismillon, Parish of Druin (Townland of Clonmullen, Parish of Drom), Co. Tipperary, emigrated to Quebec 13 years before and last in Montreal. Sought by Stephen Duffy for her brother Patrick Tracey, Troy, NY, who plans to return to Ireland.

Irish Genealogist, vol 8, p.110

 

June 5th 1845 Inquest

Denis Treacy, Whitefield, Parish of Templemore, Eliogarty.Dr. Geo Bradshaw. Verdict-Drowned in a stream.

 

July 29, 1845 (FJ) Repeal Association

...parishes of Monsea and Kilodieran...William Tracey...collector of £1...

 

Nov. 5, 1845 Conditions of the People of Ireland Roscrea, Tip., Oct. 30 Report of the Land Commission -

A farmer named Tracey, of Gertnaskea near this town, took a farm formerly held by his own brother, who was ejected for non-payment of rent. The ejected brother had him served with threats and so frightened him that he too goes about with two armed policemen.

November 7, 1845 (FJ) The Condition of the People of Ireland

(from "The Times" Commissioner) Roscrea Tipperary Oct 30...A farmer named Tracey, of Gertmaskea, near this town, took a farm formerly held by his own brother, who was ejected for the non-payment of rent. The ejected brother had him served with threats of death unless he left the farm, and so frightened him that he was compelled to apply for protection, and now goes about his daily labour, protected by two armed policemen.

 

1845 Evidence taken before the [Land] Commissioners

John Stewart esq Dundrum Tipperary. An Account of Payments and Allowances to away-going Tenants on the Dundrum Estate

May 1 1825 John Tracy, Gurteenamo, 2a/0r/0p, £14/17/6 allowances in rent

John Tracey, Gurteenan, 1824, 4 quantity, £14/17/6 owed, - paid, Pauper

William Tracey, Clone, 1843, Cabin, £4/10/0, £3/0/0 owed, Insolvent a labourer.

"...William Tracey, a day labourer. These persons were paid more that their holdings were worth; Loney holding an acre and a half, and William Tracey a cabin, for which he paid no rent for two years and more; He also got money to enable him to build elsewhere. There is another statement about Tracey which I wish to contradict. A great many of these statement go to show that a great number of these people went into the poor-houses, and that he did not know what became of them. He says, he does not know what became of Tracey; he was served with notice to quit, and having no legal title took a few pounds and went off. My answer to that is, that it seems to me that Mr. Mackey ought to know perfectly well that with the money Tracey got he was able to build a house in the village of Ballagh, in the centre of Mr. Mackay's parish, about 400 or 500 yards from his former residence, and where he continues as a daily labourer..."

 

24 January 1846 (NG) Attacked on Dr. Downer

James Whelan and James Tracey were indicted for assaulting William Henry Downer, Esq. M.D. of Roscrea on the 16th of October last...the prisoner Tracey had a pistol...Tracey said he and his master had liberty to carry fire arms...verdict of not guilty.

 

1846 Abstract of Police Reports - Tipperary

21 Feb 1845 Daniel Tracy of Dromard Ikerrin

A portion of the tail was cut off his cow, by some persons unknown. No cause can be assigned for this outrage. Mr. Tracy is steward to George Roe, esq.

 

April 1846 Barony of Ikerrin

6. To repair and widen 332 perches of the road from Urlingford to Roscrea, between Dandy Trassy's house at Dromard and the School house at Dromard £66/8/0.

7. To repair and widen 340 perches of the road from Nenagh to Rathdowney between Tobias Trassy's house at Killard and the cross at the mail coach road at Michael Farrell's at £60.

 

26th December 1846 The Tablet

Violences. (From the Limerick Chronicle.)...On Thursday night last, forty stone of wheat was stolen from the barn of Toby Tracey, of Killany, and some more from his brother, Martin Tracey...[Tobias Tracy, Kyleannagh Bourney Tipperary]

 

1846 Names of Persons summonsed by Sheriff to act as Jurors in Tipperary, 1845 and 1846

Denis Tracy, farmer, Gurtnaskeha Ikerrin, freeholder

Martin Tracy, farmer, Kylanna Ikerrin, freeholder

John Tracey, farmer, Kilcatlea Sleiveadagh Tipperary, Freeholder

Patrick Trassy, farmer, Rusheen Kilnemanagh (North) Tipperary, Freeholder

Michael Trassey, farmer, Carny Lower Ormond Tipperary, Freeholder

 

2 am 15th May 1845-1846 Returns Relative to Assaults.

Patt Treacy, labourer, Kilcouran, Lower Ormond, Tipperary. Administering an oath - Not to work for a man named Hogan

 

1846 Return of Assaults

Thomas Heffernan and Patt Tracey of Ballyquinleven Lower Ormond Tipperary, Smiths, morning 5 May, two threatening notices, to prevent them working at their trade being strangers.

 

1846 Treacy, Michael, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary. (Prerogative Will)

 

Borrisoleigh Electoral Dist 30 June 1846

Biddy Treacy, immediate lessor, Knockbrack

Denis Tracey, Grange or Currabaha

Denis Tracey, Knockshearoon

Denis Treacy, Fantane or Grange

Denis Treacy, Glenbreedy

Denis Treacy, immediate lessor, Moankeenane

Matt Trassey, immediate lessor, Burrisoleigh

Patt Treacy, Gurthlough

Simeon Treacy, Gurthlough

Thos. Treacy, immediate lessor, Upper Garrangrena

Wm. Treasy (Tracy), immediate lessor, Rathmoyne

Drom Electoral District 27 Jan 1846 (Thurles Union)

Connor Treacy, immediate lessor, Knockagh

Edwd Treacy, immediate lessor, Ballinlonty

John Treasy, Clonismullen

Martin Trassy, Clonismullen

Patrick Treacy, immediate lessor, Fishmoyne

Wm. Trassy, Clonismullen

Kilcooly Electoral District 31 Jan 1842

Philip Treasy, (Land owner), Grangahissa (Graigaheesha?)

Thomas Treacy, Kilcooley

Loughmoe West 9 Dec 1845 (Thurles Union)

Daniel Treacy, immediate lessor, White Field

Denis Treacy, immediate lessor, White Field

Edmd. Treacy, immediate lessor, White Field

James Treacy, White Field     

Matt Treacy, immediate lessor, White Field

Michael Treacy, immediate lessor, White Field

Thomas Treacy, immediate lessor, White Field

Patrick Treasy, immediate lessor, Cloone

James Treacy, immediate lessor, Loughill

Moycarkey  10 Oct 1848 (Thurles Union)

Thos Trassy, Forgestown

Moyne Electoral Division 21 Nov 1843 (Thurles Union)

Andrew Treacy, Jas. & Be?, Lisheen, House & land

Daniel Trassy, Ballyerk, House & land

Ed. Trassy, Boolabeha, House & land

John, Trassy, Boolabeha, House & land

Laurence Trassy, immediate lessor, Cooleeny, House & land

Margret Trassy, immediate lessor, Moynetemple, House & land

Michl. Trassy, Moyneard, House & land

Thos. Trassy (Tracy), Ballyerk, House & land

Templebeg 23 June 1849 (Thurles Union)

William Tracey, Mohar

Templemore Electoral Division 30 Jun 1846 (Thurles Union)

Danl. Treacy, Coolacame (?)

Denis Treacy, immediate lessor, John St.

James Trassy, immediate lessor, Francis St.

James Treacy, immediate lessor, Manna South

John Trassy, immediate lessor, John St.

John Trassy, immediate lessor, Kilclareen

John Trassy, immediate lessor, Kilclareen

John Trasy, immediate lessor, Pigfoot  Ln.

John Treacy, immediate lessor, College Hill

John Treacy, Ivyhall

Martin Trasy, immediate lessor, Pigfoot  Ln.

Michl Trassey, immediate lessor, New Row

Michl Treacy, immediate lessor, Church St.

Michl. Trassy, Kilclareen

Michl. Treacy, immediate lessor, Francis St.

Patk. Trassy, immediate lessor, Kilclareen

Thos Treacy, College Hill

Wm. Trasey, immediate lessor, Killeenagh

Templetouhy Electoral Division 8 Dec 1846 (Thurles Union)

Connor Treacy, Tullow McJames (Tullowmacjames)

Denis Treacy, Lisdaleen

Thos Treacy, Tullow Wood

Thurles 8 December 1846 (Thurles Union)

James Treacy, Garryvicleheen [Thurles]

John Treacy, Lisnagonoge [Holycross]

Mary Treacy, Garryvicleheen [Thurles]

Patt Treacy, Loughtagalla [Laghtagalla Thurles]

Patt Treacy, Quarry St. [Thurles]

Wm Treacy, New Road [Thurles]

Twomileborris Electoral Division 31 Jan 1842 (Thurles Union)

Martin Treacy, Noard (owner Christopher Dunville)

Michl Treacy, Ballydavid (owner John Russell Esq.)

Youghal  Electoral District 26 Jan 1846 (Nenagh Ratepayer)

Thos. Tracey, Curraghtemple

 

1846 Return Relative to Jurors

Barony of Ikerrin

Denis Tracy, Gurtnaskeha, farmer, freeholder

Martin Tracy, Kylanna, farmer, freeholder

Barony of Kilnemanagh (North)

Patrick Trassy, Glanagoo, farmer, freeholder

Barony of Sleiveardagh

John Tracey, Kilcotlea, farmer, freeholder

Parliamentary Papers, Great Britain Parliament. House of Commons

 

1846 Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory of Ireland

Carrick

Michael Tracey, corn dealer, Sir John's road

Thomas Tracey, shop keeper & dealer in sundries, Bridge St

Clonmel

James Tracy, master; Ann Tracy, Mistress; Abbey National Schools, Marifield

Killenaule

Johanna Tracey, linen draper

Nenagh

Daniel Tracey, Apothecary & Union Workhouse, 59 Castle St

Ryan & Tracey, Butchers, 26 Castle St

Roscrea

Michael Tracy, carpenter, Rosemary st

 

January 1847 (NG) Borrisokane

About a week ago, six fellows went to the house of Michael Trassy of Carney, they knocked at his door and demanded his gun, he told them he would not give it up but with his life. Whilst the fellows were striving to force in the door, Trassy crept out though a back window; one of the fellows percieving the gun in his hand, gave the alarm, when they all quickly retreated. Trassy fired, but it is thought did not wound any of them.

 

27 March 1847 (NG) Appearing in arms at Bellview

...John Tracey sworn - I heard about five or six shots on the night in question; after the shots were fired, Constable Ardell and a party of police came to my house; they proceeded in the direction of where the shots were fired; my house has been attacked once in one year and twice in three years by whiteboys...

 

27 March 1847 The Tipperary Vindicator

Record Court - Tuesday

James Treacy, Patrick Treacy and John Whelan were then placed at the bar charged with having appeared at Carrig near Roscrea on the 17th of November.

The statement in this case was that the prisoners appeared in arms at a sale of corn distrained for rent due to Mrs Egan of Carrig...she lives at Carrig Hill...three prisioners are her tenants...saw Patrick and James Tracy when she went down near Treacy's house, she asked Paddy Treavy why he had such a scene as that why not come in and pay his rent; he asked why did she (witness) advertise for a cant in Roscrea...Patrick Treacy said only you came down your son would be shot like a dog...Patrick then said that he would settle the rent...but James Treacy shouted out "boys the matter is not settled"...heard several shots in every direction...Tracy's land is near her lawn...Tracy said he would pay the balance if he sold his cow; Rody Tracy was always an excellant propre man; but he prevented everyone he could from paying her ret (a laugh)...Mr Patrick Egan sworn...James Tracy had a pistol in his hand...had some impertiment language with Treacy; called him a bastard...prisioners were found guilty. Patrick Treacy was sentenced to 12 months imprisoment. The other prisoners to one month each...

 

17 July and 7 August 1847 (NG) Barbarous Murder

John Hayes...resided near the village of Toomavara...Paddy Tracey...John Tracey sworn- I live in lattera; I have a sort of public house; I sell refreshments...

29 March 1848 (NG) Murder of John Hayes

...Patrick [John?] Tracey deposed...coming to his house for whiskey...

 

Alumni Duublinenses: Trinity Dublin

Tracey, Samuel Joshua, pen. P.T., Dec. 5 1847, aged 18; s. of Richard Taylor, Predicator Methodistas; b. Co. Tipperary. (see Richard Taylor Tracey)

 

1847 List of Teachers in Workhouse schools

Thomas Tracey, first class, Roscrea Tipperary.

 

November 2, 1847 (FJ) Repeal

Carrick-on-Suir...Thomas Tracy 1s...

 

November 12, 1847 (FJ) Repeal Rent

Clonmel...Alderman Tracy...£1..

 

Jan 14th 1848 Inquest

Anne Treacy, Loughmore. Verdict-Strangulation.

19 January 1848 (NG) A wife murdered by her husband

About ten o'clock on the morning of the 13th inst., John Tracey of Loughmore, near Templemore, strangled to death his wife, Anne Cleary...verdict: "That the deceased, Anne Tracey, came by her death from violence committed on her by her husband, John Tracey, by strangulation, whilst labouring under temporary insanity, brought on by fever and want". Tracey has been lodged in Nenagh gaol, to abide his trial at the next assizes for the murder.

January 20, 1848 (FJ) A wife murdered by her husband

John Tracey, of Loughmore, near Templemore, strangled to death his wife Anne Cleary, under aberration of mind, caused by fever...strangulation whilst labouring under tempory insanity, brought on by fever and want...Nenagh gaol...-Nenagh Guardian

22 January 1848 Wexford Independent 

A wife murdered by her husband...John Tracy, of Loughmore, near Templemore, strangled to death his wife, Anne Tracy, who was a poor miserable woman. It appears that Tracy was labouring under aberration of mind, caused by fever..."whilst labouring under temporary insanity, brough on by fever and want." Tracy has been lodged to Nenagh goal, to abide his trial at the next sessions for the murder. - Nenagh Guardian.

 

February 05, 1848 Nenagh Guardian

Barony of Ikerrin. 8. to build 46p. of a guard wall on the road from Templemore between the bounds of Frisco and Wm. Tracy's house at Gurteen, not to exceed 2s6d. p.p.

 

Feb. 6th 1848 Inquest

John Treacy, at Nenagh Goal, Parish of Nenagh. Dr. O'Neil Quinn.

 

March 29, 1848 (FJ) Assizes Intelligence Tipperary - Murder near Toomavara

...hill of Lacken...then went towards a sheebeen house kept by a person named Tracey...Paddy Tracey's sheebeen...John Tracey examined, he lived at Lacken...five men came to his house...they got whiskey and drank it...

 

12th May 1848 Inquest

Maria Treacy, drowned at Clonakenny.

 

June 21, 1848 (FJ) The Mitchell Fund

Carrick-on-Suir...Thomas Tracy 2s6d...

 

July 1848 (NG) Chancery

Set up and Let for seven years...lands of Graffen and Clerile in the County of Tipperary now or lately in the posession or occupation of...John Trassy (little)...Thomas Trassy...Dated this 13th day of July 1843

 

August 8, 1848 (FJ) Tipperary Assizes - North Riding

Nenagh August 3. Extreme Misery - A wretched old man, named Tracy, whose features were the chronicles of want and suffering, pleaded guilty to the charge of stealing a sheep. It transpired that the man and his family of eight children had been living for weeks on prussac weed - that four of his children were at the time ill of the small-pox, and that he would not be allowed out-door relief, as he declined going into the poor-house. He had never been guilty of any offence, but had lost his employment.

 

August 31, 1848 (FJ) Attacking a Dwelling House

On Friday night last, three men, one armed with a pistol...entered the house of a farmer named William Tracy, of Glankeen...pistol missed fire...attacked them with a pitchfork...The cause of the outrage was, that Tracy had taken a small farm...- Nenagh Guardian

September 26, 1848 (FJ) & 7 October 1848 (TH) More Gems from the "Hue and Cry"

Under the head of Tipperary there is a description of three persons unknown, "who fired a pistol at William Tracy of Springfield, barony of Kilnemanagh, which (the pistol we suppose) missed fire, and then gave him several blows of stones, which inflicted a slight cut on his head, and then ordered him to leave the place!" (An extraordinary pistol that)!

 

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

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

 

30 December 1848 (NG) Serious Affray with Bailiffs

...Drangan, near Mullinahone...three men, two of whose names was Tracy and the other Fogarty, went at day light that morning to execute a civil bill decree on Mr. James St. John...one of Tracy's sons now lies with not much hope of his life...-Clonmel Chronicle

 

1848 Serious Affray with Bailiffs in Tipperary

We have received the following account of an affray with bailiffs at Drangan, near Mullinahone, and we have the upmost faith in the veracity of our correspondent:- “Mullinahone Dec. 23. An awful fight took place at Drangan, on the 16th instant. Three men, two of whose names was Tracy and the other Fogerty, went at daylight on that morning, to execute a civil bill decree on Mr. James St.John. One of the Tracys got Mr. St. John to go with him away from the house, before the party intimated their intention of seizing upon his property. Tracy then slipped away, and when Mr. St.John came back to his house, he there found his goods under seizure; that upon asking for the decree, he was refused being shown it, and was knocked down. His sons, who were in bed, and two other men, came to his assistance, when a general gight took place with spades, pitchforks, and every weapon that could be got at, including stones. Fortunately, a man who was ridding by on horseback heard the noise, and galloped off to the police barrack for the police, owing to whose timely interference murder was prevented. As it is, one of Tracy’s sons now lies with not much hope of his life being spared. The matter was tried at the sessions here lat Wednesday, when it appeared that the decree had not been signed by the sheriff. Both parties are returned for trial at the next quarter sessions at Cashel. The St.John party are still in confinement in the Bridewell at New Birmingham, until the fate of young Tracy is known.” – Clonmel Chronical

Guardian 30/12/1848 p.5

 

1848-9 William Smith O'Brien Petition

Denis Tracy, Borrisokane, Tipperary

John Tracy, Carrick-on-Suir, Tipperary

Michl Tracey, Monsea, Tipperary

Thm Tracey, Nenagh, Tipperary

Thomas Treacy, Carrick-on-Suir, Tipperary

Thomas Treacy, Monsea, Tipperary

Thomas Treacy, Monsea, Tipperary

William Treacy, Carrick-on-Suir, Tipperary

Application for Presentments at the Spring Assizes 1848, for amountof inquisitions held by Thomas O'Meara, Esq, one of the Coroners for the County Tipperary.
Jan 14th 1848 on Anne Treacy, Loughmore. Verdict-Strangulation.

A return of inquests taken by James Carroll, Coroner for the County of Tipperary since his last return, starting on the 4th day of January, and ending on the 4th day of July 1848. (This Listing doesn't show what they died from).
Feb. 6th on John Treacy, at Nenagh Goal, Parish of Nenagh. Dr. O'Neil Quinn.
Application for Presentments at the Summer Assizes, 1848 for the amount of Inquisitions held by Thomas O'Mears, Coroner for the County of Tipperary. (This listing doesn't give the Parish).
12th May on Maria Treacy, drowned at Clonakenny.
A return of inquests taken by Thomas O'Meara, one of the Coroners for the County Tipperary, starting on the 12th February 1850 and ending on the 26th of June 1850.

May 14th on Patrick Treacy, Sugarlough, Ikerrin. Verdict-Died from disease of the heart. Dr. Powell.

A return of inquisitions held by T.T. Abbott, Coroner for the North Riding of Tipperary starting 11th July 1854 and ending 26th Feb. 1855.

Nov. 2nd. on Stephen Treacy, at Nenagh, Parish of Nenagh. George Frith. Simple examination. Verdict-Died suddenly on the street at Nenagh from disease of the heart.

 

Irish Reproductive Loans Fund Records 1848-1854 (PRO) T 91/195

Thos Tracey, Newton Glin, 1847, blacksmith, resides there still? ??? [other comments cannot read] dated 1854

http://www.movinghere.org.uk/deliveryfiles/PRO/T_91_195/T_91_195_0062/1.pdf

 

January 9, 1849 (BL)

...two men, armed entered the house of the parish priest of Bourna, presented a pistol at the servant girl, Bridget Tracey, the only inmate in the house...robbed £14 in silver... - Nenagh Guardian

 

28 April 1849 (NG) Barony of Lower Kilnemanagh

4/. Pat Ryan and Michael English, to repair 40p. of the road from Tipperary to Newport, between Timothy Tracey's house on the lands of Gurtdrum and the bridge of Gurtdrum at 4s. p.p.

 

Patrick Tracy

Tasmanian Archives [71349]

Hyderabad (2)

Departure: Kingston 23 May 1849

Arrival: 26 Aug 1849

Patrick Tracey

Tried: Kilkenny 15 March 1848 7 years

Arrived: 20/8/49 R Catholic can read & write a little

Transported for: Stealing calves. Prison report ??? conviction conduct and character good. Single. Stated this offence - stealing 3 heifers. Single.

Trade: Miner. 5'6.5", [no age]...black hair...hazel eyes...Native place: Co. Tipperary. Small blue mark left cheek.

...Tried Hobart Town 2 Sept 1851 Burglary...transportation for life to be removed to Norfolk Island? and detained there for 15 years...[last date] 20.4.64

http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON33-1-94,305,290,C,80

22040 Patrick Tracey, tried Kilkenny, 15 March 48, 5'6.5", 22 years age, 7 years, RC, Read/write, Single, ??? 3 heifers for Ally Lyons Co. Tipperary, Miner, Co. Tipperary, ??? ??? ???

http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON14-1-38,236,208,C,80

http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON14-1-38,236,209,C,80

Patk Tracey, 5-6.5...black hair...hazel eyes...small blue mark left cheek

http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON18-1-51,202,192,C,80

 

4 July 1849 (NG) St. John's College [Newport, Tipperary]

The Medals of the School for exemplary and distinguished good conduct throughout the year - Thomas Tracey and Wm. Wolfe

Second Greek Premium- Thomas Tracey. "Josephus" with Testimonials in Latin, History and Geography.

Drawing 2nd Premium- Thomas Tracey, "Philosophy of Life"

 

1 August 1849 (NG) Murder of Thomas Burke at Graige, near Templemore

Michael Crawford sworn- I live at Drom, near Templemore...I ran as hard as I could to Joe Tracey's house...Tracey's son load a pistol...to mind sheep...

Joe Tracey sworn- The night the deceased was murdered Michael Crawford came to my house...no pistol was produced while Crawford was in the house.

 

Mary Tracey [Mrs]

Tasmanian Archives [71343]

Earl Grey

Departure: Kingston 17 Dec 1849

Arrival: 9 May 1850

377 Mary Tracey

Tried at: Tipperary 25 Jan 1849 10 years

Arrived: 9 May 1850 RC R&W?

Transported for: Burglary Gaol report never convt? before Bad married stated this offence Buying stolen shawl & gown ??? hat? ??? at Tipperary Married Surgeons Report good

Trade: Plain? Laundress, 5'3", 32 years...black hair...brown eyes...Native place: Co. Tipperary

Marks: Mole ??? lt cheek

3/6/51? Child Mary died at the ???

...April 3 [18]53 C Pardon appd

http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON41-1-26,248,227,C,80

Mary Tracey, 32 years, Plain Laundress, Tipperary, 25 Jan 1849, 10 years, Co. Tipperary, married, RC, RW,

Hus Hugh Tracey in the 67th Regt at Sydney - M Mary Slathernie

B Pat Thos John+ James+

Ship character: quiet, Buying stolen shawl and gown Prs? Pat Raid? at Tipperary

http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON15-1-6,358,164,C,80

http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON15-1-6,358,165,C,80

Mary Tracey, Plain Laundress, 32 years...black hair...brown eyes...mole on right cheek

http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON19-1-8,226,167,C,80

 

1849 Abstract Return of Notices served

Patrick Treacy of Carrick-on-Suir, Tipperary evicted by agent to Thomas Bianconi

 

Martin Tracy

Hutchinson Papers. Documents relating to the estates of the Hutchinson family of Timoney, Co. Tipperary, including charges against Martin Tracy, Capalshy, for burning the ground and mid-19th century rentals and ejectment orders, 1791 - c. 1850. (Ms. 8917)

 

February 1, 1850 (FJ) State of Ireland

Toomevara Again - Last spring Nenagh sessions, Mr. Massy Dawson obtained the ejectment degrees under which the town was tumbled...Michael Trassy, wife and step-son...

 

February 18, 1850 (FJ) Meeting of Tenant Farmers

...Courigoueen, Tipperary...Mr. D. Tracy, Longford Wood...

 

May 14th 1850 Inquest

Patrick Treacy, Sugarlough, Ikerrin. Verdict-Died from disease of the heart. Dr. Powell.

 

June 1850 Emly Civil Parish House Books

Andrew Tracy, Breansha     

John Tracy, Clashdrumsmith crossed out

 

August 7, 1851 (FJ) Attemped Suicide

On Sunday evening, a girl attempted to committee suicide by leaping into the river at the Old Bridge. A baker, named Tracy, courageously leaped in to rescue her, and after some exertion and trouble succeeded in saving her from a watery grave. - Tipperary Free Press

 

10 August 1850 (NG) Borrisokane Union

...elected guardians...Cloughjordan - Michael Tracey...

 

17 August 1850 (NG) Roscrea Petty Sessions

Three men from the neighbourhood of Dromard...charged with drilling...the leader whose name is Tracy...[explain that is was potato not military drilling]...

 

31 August 1850 (NG) Attack on a dwelling

...dwelling house of a farmer named Patrick Treacy, who resides near Roscrea...called on his brother-in-law...having identified them they let them go and swore information against them.

 

Prince Regent, 527 tons, Captain Walter Jago, from London 1850 / Plymouth 8th November 1850, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 5th March 1851.

William Treacy, 25, Labourer, Tipperary, Ire.

 

Griffiths Valuation South Tipperary 1850-51

Alphabetical

By Area

Andrew Tracy Breansha Emly Tipperary

Andrew Tracy Skehanagh Erry Tipperary

 

Catherine Tracy Ranacrohy Templenoe Tipperary

 

Connor Tracy Newtown Buolick Tipperary

 

Daniel Tracy Poulacapple West Kilvemnon Tipperary

 

Denis Tracy Ballywalter Kilvemnon Tipperary

 

Edmund Tracy Boherboy Kilvemnon Tipperary

 

Edward Tracy Borheens St. Marys Clonmel Tipperary

 

James Tracey Castlemoyle South Ardmayle Tipperary

James Tracy Carriganagh Clonbullogue Tipperary

James Tracy Philipston Donohill Tipperary

James Tracy Poyntstown Fennor Tipperary

 

Jeremiah Tracy Brodeen Corroge Tipperary

Jeremiah Tracy Goat's Lane Cordangan Tipperary

 

Johanna Tracey (Mrs) Main Street Killenaule Tipperary

 

John Tracy Boherboy Kilvemnon Tipperary

John Tracy Solloghodbeg Solloghodbeg Tipperary

 

Mary Tracy Ballinulty Cullen Tipperary

Mary Tracy Clashnacrony Donohill Tipperary

Mary Tracy Ladyswell Street St. Patricksrock Tipperary

Mary Treacy Drangan Drangan Tipperary

 

Michael Tracy Clonmel Road Cordangan Tipperary

 

Nicholas Tracy Solloghodbeg Solloghodbeg Tipperary

 

Patrick Tracey Lisbrien Kilmore Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Ballintogher Graystown Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Blackcommon Ballingarry Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Poulacapple West Kilvemnon Tipperary

 

Philip Tracy Blackcommon Ballingarry Tipperary

Philip Tracy Graigaheesha Kilcooly Tipperary

 

Stephen Tracey Blind Street Tipperary Tipperary

 

Thady Tracy Philipston Donohill Tipperary

 

Thomas Tracey Blackcommon Kilcooly Tipperary

Thomas Tracey Coolapreavan Templetenny Tipperary

Thomas Tracey Crossoges Kilcooly Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Brodeen Corroge Tipperary

Thomas Tracy River Street Killenaule Tipperary

 

William Tracy Cappaghnagarrane Isertkieran Tipperary

William Tracy Poulacapple West Kilvemnon Tipperary

William Treacy Ballagh Clonoulty Tipperary

 

 

 

 

 

James Tracey Castlemoyle South Ardmayle Tipperary

 

Patrick Tracy Blackcommon Ballingarry Tipperary

Philip Tracy Blackcommon Ballingarry Tipperary

 

Connor Tracy Newtown Buolick Tipperary

 

James Tracy Carriganagh Clonbullogue Tipperary

 

William Treacy Ballagh Clonoulty Tipperary

 

Edward Tracy Borheens St. Marys Clonmel Tipperary

 

Jeremiah Tracy Goat's Lane Cordangan Tipperary

Michael Tracy Clonmel Road Cordangan Tipperary

 

Jeremiah Tracy Brodeen Corroge Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Brodeen Corroge Tipperary

 

Mary Tracy Ballinulty Cullen Tipperary

 

James Tracy Philipston Donohill Tipperary

Mary Tracy Clashnacrony Donohill Tipperary

Thady Tracy Philipston Donohill Tipperary

 

Mary Treacy Drangan Drangan Tipperary

 

Andrew Tracy Breansha Emly Tipperary

 

Andrew Tracy Skehanagh Erry Tipperary

 

James Tracy Poyntstown Fennor Tipperary

 

Patrick Tracy Ballintogher Graystown Tipperary

 

William Tracy Cappaghnagarrane Isertkieran Tipperary

 

Philip Tracy Graigaheesha Kilcooly Tipperary

Thomas Tracey Blackcommon Kilcooly Tipperary

Thomas Tracey Crossoges Kilcooly Tipperary

 

Johanna Tracey (Mrs) Main Street Killenaule Tipperary

Thomas Tracy River Street Killenaule Tipperary

 

Patrick Tracey Lisbrien Kilmore Tipperary

 

Daniel Tracy Poulacapple West Kilvemnon Tipperary

Denis Tracy Ballywalter Kilvemnon Tipperary

Edmund Tracy Boherboy Kilvemnon Tipperary

John Tracy Boherboy Kilvemnon Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Poulacapple West Kilvemnon Tipperary

William Tracy Poulacapple West Kilvemnon Tipperary

 

Mary Tracy Ladyswell Street St. Patricksrock Tipperary

 

John Tracy Solloghodbeg Solloghodbeg Tipperary

Nicholas Tracy Solloghodbeg Solloghodbeg Tipperary

 

Catherine Tracy Ranacrohy Templenoe Tipperary

 

Thomas Tracey Coolapreavan Templetenny Tipperary

 

Stephen Tracey Blind Street Tipperary Tipperary

 

 

Griffiths Valuation North Tipperary 1850-51

Alphabetical

By Area

Andrew Tracey Knockanroe Templemore Tipperary

Andrew Tracy Lloydsborough Killea Tipperary

 

Anne Tracey Rosmult Moyaliff Tipperary

Anne Tracy Boola Corbally Tipperary

Anne Tracy Grange Corbally Tipperary

Anne Tracy Loran Bourney Tipperary

 

Benjamin Tracy Gortnadumagh Bourney Tipperary

 

Bridget Tracey Garryvicleheen Street,Garryvicleheen Thurles Tipperary

Bridget Tracy Ballycamusk Holycross Tipperary

Bridget Tracy Bohernaneeve,Garryvicleheen Thurles Tipperary

Bridget Tracy Clybanane Roscrea Tipperary

Bridget Tracy Gortnaskehy Bourney Tipperary

 

Catherine Tracey Clonismullen Drom Tipperary

Catherine Tracy Ballyslea Rathnaveoge Tipperary

Catherine Tracy Benamore Roscrea Tipperary

Catherine Tracy Boolareagh Bourney Tipperary

 

Connor Tracy Newtown Corbally Tipperary

 

Cornelius Tracy Gortnadumagh Bourney Tipperary

Cornelius Tracy Knockagh Drom Tipperary

 

Daniel Tracey Barrack Street Nenagh Tipperary

Daniel Tracey Kilcurkree Loughmoe East Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Ballynough Bourney Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Clonakenny Bourney Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Dangansallagh Bourney Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Dromardmore Killavinoge Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Lehinch Lorrha Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Limerick Road Roscrea Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Longford Rathnaveoge Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Longfordwood Bourney Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Summerhill Nenagh Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Summerhill Rathnaveoge Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Whitefield Loughmoe West Tipperary

 

Darby Tracey Curragh Castletownarra Tipperary

 

Denis Tracy Ashbury Roscrea Tipperary

Denis Tracy Borrisnoe Bourney Tipperary

Denis Tracy Currabaha Glenkeen Tipperary

Denis Tracy Gaol Street, Kiltillane Templemore Tipperary

Denis Tracy Glenbreedy Glenkeen Tipperary

Denis Tracy Gortnaskehy Bourney Tipperary

Denis Tracy Graffin Killavinoge Tipperary

Denis Tracy Grangelough Glenkeen Tipperary

Denis Tracy Knockshearoon Glenkeen Tipperary

 

Dermot Tracy Curragh Castletownarra Tipperary

 

Edmund Tracy Whitefield Loughmoe West Tipperary

 

Edward Tracy Ballinlonty Kilfithmone Tipperary

Edward Tracy Gortnadumagh Bourney Tipperary

 

Francis Tracy Nenagh North Nenagh Tipperary

 

James Tracey Garryvicleheen Street,Garryvicleheen Thurles Tipperary

James Tracey Laghile Loughmoe West Tipperary

James Tracey Whitefield Loughmoe West Tipperary

James Tracy Abbey Street Roscrea Tipperary

James Tracy Clonakenny Bourney Tipperary

James Tracy Lehinch Lorrha Tipperary

James Tracy Shanballynahagh Bourney Tipperary

 

Jeremiah Tracy Ballygorteen Corbally Tipperary

Jeremiah Tracy Bawnmadrum North Bourney Tipperary

 

Johanna Tracy Boolareagh Bourney Tipperary

Johanna Tracy Glebe View Roscrea Tipperary

 

John Tracey Clonismullen Drom Tipperary

John Tracey Comanealine Doon Tipperary

John Tracey Gortlandroe Nenagh Tipperary

John Tracey Sallypark Latteragh Tipperary

John Tracy Ballycahill Templemore Tipperary

John Tracy Ballyerk Moyne Tipperary

John Tracy Ballygraggan Killodiernan Tipperary

John Tracy Ballynahinch Kilcomenty Tipperary

John Tracy Bellevue Kilbarron Tipperary

John Tracy Blackfort Killodiernan Tipperary

John Tracy Camlin Corbally Tipperary

John Tracy Clonmakilladuff Kilbarron Tipperary

John Tracy Clybanane Roscrea Tipperary

John Tracy Coogulla Loughmoe East Tipperary

John Tracy Gortadalaun Ardcrony Tipperary

John Tracy Graffin Killavinoge Tipperary

John Tracy Graffin Killavinoge Tipperary

John Tracy Graffin Killavinoge Tipperary

John Tracy Grove Street Roscrea Tipperary

John Tracy Kilclareen Templemore Tipperary

John Tracy Knigh Knigh Tipperary

John Tracy Knockbrack Glenkeen Tipperary

John Tracy Lehinch Lorrha Tipperary

John Tracy Main Street Modreeny Tipperary

John Tracy Mullane's Lane Templemore Tipperary

John Tracy Shanakill Killavinoge Tipperary

John Tracy Timeighter Roscrea Tipperary

John Treacy Springmount Cloghprior Tipperary

 

Joseph Tracy Knockagh Drom Tipperary

 

Judith Tracy Bonagortbaun Bourney Tipperary

Judith Tracy Puddle Street Twomileborris Tipperary

 

Julia Tracey Whitefield Loughmoe West Tipperary

 

Kerin Tracy Main Street Templetouhy Tipperary

 

Margaret Tracey Whitewall's Road Nenagh Tipperary

Margaret Tracy Ballygorteen Corbally Tipperary

Margaret Tracy Gortnadumagh Bourney Tipperary

Margaret Tracy Gortnaskehy Bourney Tipperary

Margaret Tracy Gortnaskehy Bourney Tipperary

 

Martin Tracey Ballynough Bourney Tipperary

Martin Tracey Graiguefrahane Loughmoe East Tipperary

Martin Tracy Aghsmear Corbally Tipperary

Martin Tracy Ballycahill Templemore Tipperary

Martin Tracy Bellevue Kilbarron Tipperary

Martin Tracy Birdhill Kilcomenty Tipperary

Martin Tracy Boolareagh Bourney Tipperary

Martin Tracy Borris Twomileborris Tipperary

Martin Tracy Borrisnoe Bourney Tipperary

Martin Tracy Clonakenny Bourney Tipperary

Martin Tracy Clonamuckogemore Loughmoe East Tipperary

Martin Tracy Fantane North Glenkeen Tipperary

Martin Tracy Grangelough Glenkeen Tipperary

Martin Tracy Kyleannagh Bourney Tipperary

Martin Tracy Lismakin Corbally Tipperary

Martin Tracy Noard Twomileborris Tipperary

Martin Tracy Pigfoot Lane, Kiltillane Templemore Tipperary

 

Mary Tracey Graigue Moycarky Tipperary

Mary Tracy Ballyhenry Bourney Tipperary

Mary Tracy Boolareagh Bourney Tipperary

Mary Tracy Clonmakilladuff Kilbarron Tipperary

Mary Tracy Dangansallagh Bourney Tipperary

Mary Tracy Killoskehan Killoskehan Tipperary

Mary Tracy Shanakill Killavinoge Tipperary

 

Matthew Tracy Chapel Street Glenkeen Tipperary

 

Mich. Tracy Sandymount Templemore Tipperary

Mich Tracy & - Portis Sandymount Templemore Tipperary

Michael Tracey Carneywoodlands Cloghprior Tipperary

Michael Tracey Coole Aghnameadle Tipperary

Michael Tracy Ballinagore Youghalarra Tipperary

Michael Tracy Ballynahinch Kilcomenty Tipperary

Michael Tracy Cloncannon Borrisnafarney Tipperary

Michael Tracy Derryhogan Twomileborris Tipperary

Michael Tracy Killoskehan Killoskehan Tipperary

Michael Tracy Kiltillane Templemore Tipperary

Michael Tracy Knockanacree Modreeny Tipperary

Michael Tracy Longford Rathnaveoge Tipperary

Michael Tracy Longfordwood Bourney Tipperary

Michael Tracy Loughanavatta Roscrea Tipperary

Michael Tracy Main Street Modreeny Tipperary

Michael Tracy New Row, Kiltillane Templemore Tipperary

Michael Tracy Rathnaveoge Upper Rathnaveoge Tipperary

Michael Tracy Rosemary Street Roscrea Tipperary

Michael Tracy Summerhill Rathnaveoge Tipperary

Michael Tracy,  Jr. Killawardy Killea Tipperary

Michael Tracy, Jr. Ballydavid Twomileborris Tipperary

Michael Tracy, Sr. Ballydavid Twomileborris Tipperary

Michael Tracy, Sr. Killawardy Killea Tipperary

Michael Treacy Cloghjordanpark Modreeny Tipperary

 

Mrs. ??? Tracey & John Hennessy, Stradavoher Street Thurles Tipperary

Mrs. ??? Tracy Garrane Templederry Tipperary

 

Patrick Tracey Lisbrien Kilmore Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Ballinagore Youghalarra Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Ballinlonty Kilfithmone Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Ballycahane Killoscully Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Ballymacegan Lorrha Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Ballynough Bourney Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Blackcommon Ballingarry Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Carrick Roscrea Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Clonakenny Bourney Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Cloone Loughmoe East Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Clybanane Roscrea Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Cullahill Glenkeen Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Glenkeen Glenkeen Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Gortalough Glenkeen Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Kilclareen Templemore Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Lloydsborough Killea Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Roscrea Roscrea Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Shanakill Killavinoge Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Timeighter Roscrea Tipperary

 

Philip Tracy Blackcommon Ballingarry Tipperary

 

Rody Tracy Clonakenny Bourney Tipperary

 

Sarah Tracy Clonakenny Bourney Tipperary

 

Simon Treacy Knockmehill Templebeg Tipperary

 

Stephen Tracy Lackakera Latteragh Tipperary

 

Thomas Tracey Comanealine Doon Tipperary

Thomas Tracey Rathfalla Lisbunny Tipperary

Thomas Tracey Shesheraghscanlan Finnoe Tipperary

Thomas Tracey Whitefield Loughmoe West Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Ballyerk Moyne Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Clontaaffe Templemore Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Gortnaskehy Bourney Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Graffin Killavinoge Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Knockstowry Moycarky Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Main Street Modreeny Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Newtown Corbally Tipperary

Thomas Treacy Prospect West Cloghprior Tipperary

 

Tobias Tracy Kyleannagh Bourney Tipperary

 

Widow Tracey Garraun Kilnarath Tipperary

 

William Tracey Ballycommon Monsea Tipperary

William Tracey Moher Upperchurch Tipperary

William Tracy Ballinlassa Templeree Tipperary

William Tracy Gorteen Bourney Tipperary

William Tracy New Street, Thurlestown Parks Thurles Tipperary

William Treacy Rathmoy Glenkeen Tipperary

John Tracy Gortadalaun Ardcrony Tipperary

 

Michael Tracey Coole Aghnameadle Tipperary

 

Patrick Tracy Blackcommon Ballingarry Tipperary

Philip Tracy Blackcommon Ballingarry Tipperary

 

Michael Tracy Cloncannon Borrisnafarney Tipperary

 

Anne Tracy Loran Bourney Tipperary

Benjamin Tracy Gortnadumagh Bourney Tipperary

Bridget Tracy Gortnaskehy Bourney Tipperary

Catherine Tracy Boolareagh Bourney Tipperary

Cornelius Tracy Gortnadumagh Bourney Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Ballynough Bourney Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Clonakenny Bourney Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Dangansallagh Bourney Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Longfordwood Bourney Tipperary

Denis Tracy Borrisnoe Bourney Tipperary

Denis Tracy Gortnaskehy Bourney Tipperary

Edward Tracy Gortnadumagh Bourney Tipperary

James Tracy Clonakenny Bourney Tipperary

James Tracy Shanballynahagh Bourney Tipperary

Jeremiah Tracy Bawnmadrum North Bourney Tipperary

Johanna Tracy Boolareagh Bourney Tipperary

Judith Tracy Bonagortbaun Bourney Tipperary

Margaret Tracy Gortnadumagh Bourney Tipperary

Margaret Tracy Gortnaskehy Bourney Tipperary

Margaret Tracy Gortnaskehy Bourney Tipperary

Martin Tracey Ballynough Bourney Tipperary

Martin Tracy Boolareagh Bourney Tipperary

Martin Tracy Borrisnoe Bourney Tipperary

Martin Tracy Clonakenny Bourney Tipperary

Martin Tracy Kyleannagh Bourney Tipperary

Mary Tracy Ballyhenry Bourney Tipperary

Mary Tracy Boolareagh Bourney Tipperary

Mary Tracy Dangansallagh Bourney Tipperary

Michael Tracy Longfordwood Bourney Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Ballynough Bourney Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Clonakenny Bourney Tipperary

Rody Tracy Clonakenny Bourney Tipperary

Sarah Tracy Clonakenny Bourney Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Gortnaskehy Bourney Tipperary

Tobias Tracy Kyleannagh Bourney Tipperary

William Tracy Gorteen Bourney Tipperary

 

Darby Tracey Curragh Castletownarra Tipperary

Dermot Tracy Curragh Castletownarra Tipperary

 

John Treacy Springmount Cloghprior Tipperary

Michael Tracey Carneywoodlands Cloghprior Tipperary

Thomas Treacy Prospect West Cloghprior Tipperary

 

Anne Tracy Boola Corbally Tipperary

Anne Tracy Grange Corbally Tipperary

Connor Tracy Newtown Corbally Tipperary

Jeremiah Tracy Ballygorteen Corbally Tipperary

John Tracy Camlin Corbally Tipperary

Margaret Tracy Ballygorteen Corbally Tipperary

Martin Tracy Aghsmear Corbally Tipperary

Martin Tracy Lismakin Corbally Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Newtown Corbally Tipperary

 

John Tracey Comanealine Doon Tipperary

Thomas Tracey Comanealine Doon Tipperary

 

Catherine Tracey Clonismullen Drom Tipperary

Cornelius Tracy Knockagh Drom Tipperary

John Tracey Clonismullen Drom Tipperary

Joseph Tracy Knockagh Drom Tipperary

 

Thomas Tracey Shesheraghscanlan Finnoe Tipperary

 

Denis Tracy Currabaha Glenkeen Tipperary

Denis Tracy Glenbreedy Glenkeen Tipperary

Denis Tracy Grangelough Glenkeen Tipperary

Denis Tracy Knockshearoon Glenkeen Tipperary

John Tracy Knockbrack Glenkeen Tipperary

Martin Tracy Grangelough Glenkeen Tipperary

Matthew Tracy Chapel Street Glenkeen Tipperary

Martin Tracy Fantane North Glenkeen Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Glenkeen Glenkeen Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Gortalough Glenkeen Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Cullahill Glenkeen Tipperary

William Treacy Rathmoy Glenkeen Tipperary

 

Bridget Tracy Ballycamusk Holycross Tipperary

 

John Tracy Bellevue Kilbarron Tipperary

John Tracy Clonmakilladuff Kilbarron Tipperary

Martin Tracy Bellevue Kilbarron Tipperary

Mary Tracy Clonmakilladuff Kilbarron Tipperary

 

John Tracy Ballynahinch Kilcomenty Tipperary

Martin Tracy Birdhill Kilcomenty Tipperary

Michael Tracy Ballynahinch Kilcomenty Tipperary

 

Edward Tracy Ballinlonty Kilfithmone Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Ballinlonty Kilfithmone Tipperary

 

Daniel Tracy Dromardmore Killavinoge Tipperary

Denis Tracy Graffin Killavinoge Tipperary

John Tracy Graffin Killavinoge Tipperary

John Tracy Graffin Killavinoge Tipperary

John Tracy Graffin Killavinoge Tipperary

John Tracy Shanakill Killavinoge Tipperary

Mary Tracy Shanakill Killavinoge Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Shanakill Killavinoge Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Graffin Killavinoge Tipperary

 

Andrew Tracy Lloydsborough Killea Tipperary

Michael Tracy,  Jr. Killawardy Killea Tipperary

Michael Tracy, Sr. Killawardy Killea Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Lloydsborough Killea Tipperary

 

John Tracy Ballygraggan Killodiernan Tipperary

John Tracy Blackfort Killodiernan Tipperary

 

Patrick Tracy Ballycahane Killoscully Tipperary

 

Mary Tracy Killoskehan Killoskehan Tipperary

Michael Tracy Killoskehan Killoskehan Tipperary

 

Patrick Tracey Lisbrien Kilmore Tipperary

 

John Tracy Knigh Knigh Tipperary

 

Widow Tracey Garraun Kilnarath Tipperary

 

John Tracey Sallypark Latteragh Tipperary

Stephen Tracy Lackakera Latteragh Tipperary

 

Thomas Tracey Rathfalla Lisbunny Tipperary

 

Daniel Tracy Lehinch Lorrha Tipperary

James Tracy Lehinch Lorrha Tipperary

John Tracy Lehinch Lorrha Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Ballymacegan Lorrha Tipperary

 

Daniel Tracey Kilcurkree Loughmoe East Tipperary

John Tracy Coogulla Loughmoe East Tipperary

Martin Tracey Graiguefrahane Loughmoe East Tipperary

Martin Tracy Clonamuckogemore Loughmoe East Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Cloone Loughmoe East Tipperary

 

Daniel Tracy Whitefield Loughmoe West Tipperary

Edmund Tracy Whitefield Loughmoe West Tipperary

James Tracey Laghile Loughmoe West Tipperary

James Tracey Whitefield Loughmoe West Tipperary

Julia Tracey Whitefield Loughmoe West Tipperary

Thomas Tracey Whitefield Loughmoe West Tipperary

 

John Tracy Main Street Modreeny Tipperary

Michael Tracy Knockanacree Modreeny Tipperary

Michael Tracy Main Street Modreeny Tipperary

Michael Treacy Cloghjordanpark Modreeny Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Main Street Modreeny Tipperary

 

William Tracey Ballycommon Monsea Tipperary

 

Anne Tracey Rosmult Moyaliff Tipperary

 

Mary Tracey Graigue Moycarky Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Knockstowry Moycarky Tipperary

 

John Tracy Ballyerk Moyne Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Ballyerk Moyne Tipperary

 

Daniel Tracey Barrack Street Nenagh Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Summerhill Nenagh Tipperary

Francis Tracy Nenagh North Nenagh Tipperary

John Tracey Gortlandroe Nenagh Tipperary

Margaret Tracey Whitewall's Road Nenagh Tipperary

 

Catherine Tracy Ballyslea Rathnaveoge Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Longford Rathnaveoge Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Summerhill Rathnaveoge Tipperary

Michael Tracy Longford Rathnaveoge Tipperary

Michael Tracy Rathnaveoge Upper Rathnaveoge Tipperary

Michael Tracy Summerhill Rathnaveoge Tipperary

 

Bridget Tracy Clybanane Roscrea Tipperary

Catherine Tracy Benamore Roscrea Tipperary

Daniel Tracy Limerick Road Roscrea Tipperary

Denis Tracy Ashbury Roscrea Tipperary

James Tracy Abbey Street Roscrea Tipperary

Johanna Tracy Glebe View Roscrea Tipperary

John Tracy Clybanane Roscrea Tipperary

John Tracy Grove Street Roscrea Tipperary

John Tracy Timeighter Roscrea Tipperary

Michael Tracy Loughanavatta Roscrea Tipperary

Michael Tracy Rosemary Street Roscrea Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Clybanane Roscrea Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Roscrea Roscrea Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Timeighter Roscrea Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Carrick Roscrea Tipperary

 

Simon Treacy Knockmehill Templebeg Tipperary

 

Mrs. ??? Tracy Garrane Templederry Tipperary

 

Andrew Tracey Knockanroe Templemore Tipperary

Denis Tracy Gaol Street, Kiltillane Templemore Tipperary

John Tracy Ballycahill Templemore Tipperary

John Tracy Kilclareen Templemore Tipperary

John Tracy Mullane's Lane Templemore Tipperary

Martin Tracy Ballycahill Templemore Tipperary

Martin Tracy Pigfoot Lane, Kiltillane Templemore Tipperary

Mich. Tracy Sandymount Templemore Tipperary

Mich Tracy & - Portis, Sandymount Templemore Tipperary

Michael Tracy Kiltillane Templemore Tipperary

Michael Tracy New Row, Kiltillane Templemore Tipperary

Thomas Tracy Clontaaffe Templemore Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Kilclareen Templemore Tipperary

 

William Tracy Ballinlassa Templeree Tipperary

 

Kerin Tracy Main Street Templetouhy Tipperary

 

Bridget Tracey Garryvicleheen Street, Garryvicleheen Thurles Tipperary

Bridget Tracy Bohernaneeve, Garryvicleheen Thurles Tipperary

James Tracey Garryvicleheen Street, Garryvicleheen Thurles Tipperary

Mrs. ??? Tracey & John Hennessy, Stradavoher Street Thurles Tipperary

William Tracy New Street, Thurlestown Parks Thurles Tipperary

 

Judith Tracy Puddle Street Twomileborris Tipperary

Martin Tracy Borris Twomileborris Tipperary

Martin Tracy Noard Twomileborris Tipperary

Michael Tracy Derryhogan Twomileborris Tipperary

Michael Tracy, Jr. Ballydavid Twomileborris Tipperary

Michael Tracy, Sr. Ballydavid Twomileborris Tipperary

 

William Tracey Moher Upperchurch Tipperary

 

Michael Tracy Ballinagore Youghalarra Tipperary

Patrick Tracy Ballinagore Youghalarra Tipperary

 

1846-1851 New York arrivals

James Tracey, age 33, Labourer, Tipperary Ireland to New York, Liverpool: Princeton 07/03/1851

 

1847 RIC

Michael Tracy, 9795

Mich Tracy, 9795, 21 (b.c. 1826), enlisted 22 Mar 1847, b. Tipperary N,, RC, to  Mayo

 

2nd February 1850 The Tablet

Toomavara Again !—Last Spring Nenagh Ses , alone Mr. Massy Dawson obtained all the ejectment de. ,crees nailer which the town was tumbled. One tenant . named Ryan, who held only about a rood of land, had the , -good fortune to dismiss the ejectment against him, on the ,.ground of bad filling. Several of the poor people whose houses were tumbled ran at once and built huts on this quarter of an acre, and took shelter there. At the present sessions of Nenagh an ejectment was brought against Ryan and all the wretchedly-poor creatures on his place ; a decree was granted. We subjoin a list :—Thomas Ryan, wife, sister, mother, and five children, 9 ; Daniel Brislale, wife and six children, 8; James Glenane, wife, sitter-inlate, and four children, 7; Edward MtMahone, wife, and five children, 7 ; Michael Boyle, 1; Margaret Mann (widow) and one child, 2 ; Mary Sheppard (widow) and one child, 2; Catherine Curke (widow) and four children, 5 ; Ca herine Boo h (widow) and four children, 5 ; Michael Grace, wife, sister, and two children, 5; John Delany, 1; Daniel Shanahan, 1; James Whelan, 1, (these three tenants are not living on the premises); Michael Trassy, wife and stepson, 3 ; Mary Mackey (widow) and three  children, 4; Denis M‘Carthy, 1 ; in Hill's case, which was dismissed, 15; total, 77.

 

15 January 1851 (NG)

14. Brien Lahey and John Brien to repair 736 perches of the road from Dundrum to Limerick, between the bridge of Carnahalla and Tracey's house at Kilebeg, for three years at 1s pp.

 

26 February 1851 (NG)

William Tracey swore that the cows attempted to be seized were the property of Mr. Wilson; saw him buy and pay for them [at Castle Willington?].

 

12 March 1851 (NG) Templemore Fever Hospital

...subscriptions...Mr. J. Tracey 10s...

 

2 and 9 July 1851 (NG) Disgraceful Robbery

On the 21st ult., the cabin of a poor woman named Catherine Tracey, residing near Roscrea, was feloniously broken into by a party of three men, who robbed her and a lodger [Mary M'Donnell] of every article they possessed. Two of the party have been arrested, identified by Tracey, and committed for trial to the Nenagh Quarter Sessions.

 

1851 (January/February 1847) Enlistment for Mexican War

Andrew Treacey, 27, grey eyes, auburn?hair, ruddy complexion. 5'7", b. Tipperary Ireland, labourer, enlisted 1 Feb 1851 Albany, by Hayden, recruit, discharged 5 Mch 51 Regedect, discharged at Fort West? Ars? A recruit

 

1851 Census - Plymouth St Andrew, Devon.

William Treacey, soldier, unmarried, 21, born 1830 Dunkeirnan Tipperary, private soldier

1851 Census - Allcood House, Moss Lane, Astley Lancashire

Mary Tracy, servant, unmarried, 26, b. 1825 Templemore Ireland

1851 Census - Weedon Beck, Northamptonshire          

Martin Treacy, soldier, unmarried, 26, b. Dauin? Tipperary Ireland, private Infantry army

1851 Census - Infimary, Holy Trinity, Kingston upon Hull Holy Trinity, Yorkshire

Timothy Tracy, patient, single, 32, b. 1819 Roscrea Ireland, Surveyor

1851 Census - 773 Crimbles Green, Pudsey St Lawrence Yorkshire

Daniel Tracy, lodger, married, 31, b. Templemore Ireland, tailor

 

1851 Census - 1908 Pensions Act

The Old Age Pension Act was introduced in 1908. Pension claimants had to prove their age. Those born before 1864 used the 1841 and 1851 census.

 

IG Record 36684

Tracey Michael Phillip Tracey Marey Tracey nee WHALEY Corrowle Modreeny Lr. Ormond Tipperary 1921 - 252 North St, Langwith, Mansfield, Derby, England. Born about 6 January 1851. Family - Thomas, James, William.

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-6.html?lang=en&limit=100&limitstart=34400

 

1851 Admissions to Charity Hospital, New Orleans Parish

John Tracey, Laborer, Tipperary Co., Ireland, died 5-Mar, ward 32,  from St. Louis, 1 month in New Orleans, Single, 2 days, Debility, 1 ¼

 

1851 Poulecopple Tipperary

32. Daniel Tracy, 3a/3r/38.5p, £4.3.0, tenant from year to year

37. Patrick Tracy, 3a/3r/37.5p, £4.3.0, tenant from year to year

36. William Tracy, 3a/0r/21p, £3.7.4, tenant from year to year, This holding has been recently given up to the receiver.

 

1851 and 1855

11. Mary Trassey and son Pat Trassey, Upper Coohane, Tipperary, 2a/2r/20p, £1.10.0 rent, tenants from year to year, These tenants (nos 11 & 12) have sold their interest to Stephen Maher, the tenant No. 9.

1851

2. Patrick Trassey, Upper Coohane, Tipperary, 7a/1r/30p, £1.18.6 rent, Held under a proposal in the matter of Max, petitioner; Willington, respondent, for seven years pending the matter, from 1st November 1851 at a bulk rent. This tenancy is determined by the sale. The tenant will be entittled to his emblements (if any) and such right of entry as is incident thereto. The quantity of land mentioned in the proposal is 5a/2r/23p Irish measure, now untenanted.

 

1851

3. Daniel Tracey, Two houses and yards On Summer-hill, in the town of Nenagh, Tipperary, £3 rent, tenant from year to year

 

1852

12. John Trassy (Little), Graffin and Clekile, Tipperary, 36a/0r/13p, £14.5.0 rent, Tenant under the Court of Chancery, Lease, pendente lite, terminates on sale, These tenancies all determine by the execution of the purchase, subject to the tenants' righrs to emblements (if any) and such right of entry as is incidient thereto.

 

1852 Thurles Tipperary

James Tracey, Whitefield, Templemore, 4a/3r/0p Irish, 7a/2r/31p Statute, £6.12.0 rent, year to year

 

1852 Ikerrin Tipperary

9. 4a map. Same [Michael Ryan] Rep. Dan Tracy, Skehanagh, 18a/0r/0p Statute, £18 rent, Tenancy under Court of Chancery from 1st Nov 1848, The separate contents of these holdings do not appear by survey

13. 8 map. Andrew Tracy, Skehanagh, 41a/0r/3p Statute, £41.14.2 rent, Tenancy under Court of Chancery from 1st Nov 1848,

 

April 27, 1852 (FJ) Catholic Church

...Rev Mr Tracy, Cahir...

May 14, 1852 (FJ) Catholic Church

The Rev. Mr. Tracy has been transferred from Waterford to the curacy of Caher. - Tipperary Free Press

 

RIC 16443, Stephen Treacy, Appt. 11 Nov 1852, 19 years, b. Roscommon, RC, single, labourer, stationed Tipperary N.

http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/roscommon/military/ric-roscommon.txt

 

1852-53 [1582] [1583] The eighteenth report of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland.

Ellen Tracy, third class, Airhill, Tipperary

1852-53 [1688] [1689] The nineteenth report of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland. (For the year 1852.)

Ellen Tracy, third class, Airhill, Tipperary

James Tracy, entered Feb 1850, 16 years, RC, left April 1851, Emigrated with his father and family, pupil-teacher Clonmel District Model School

 

1798-1914 Register of Enlisted USA

Andrw Treacey, 27 years, grey eyes, Shon hair, ruddy complexion, 5’7”, born Tipperary Ireland, labourer, enlisted 1 Feb 1851 Albany USA by Capt Hayden, recruit, discharged 5 Mch 51, rejected, at Fort Wood NY, a recruit

Daniel Treacy, born Tipperary Ireland, 17 years, Carpenter, enlisted 1 May 1854 West Point by Maj Porter for 5 years, grey eyes, fair hair, ruddy complexion, 5’4.5”, Arty st west Pt, 1 May ’59 exp of service, at West Point NY, a private

Daniel Treacy, enlisted 9 Apr 1861 Cornwall NY by Lt Carroll for 5 years, born Co Tipperary Ireland, 24 years, Carpenter, grey eyes, fair hair, Ruddy complexion, 5’6”, Art, Det coy, 2 enlistment, Dischgd Feby 9/64 by recul at West Point NY, a Pvt

Daniel Tracy, enlisted 10 Feb 1864 New York NY by Capt Chamblis for 3 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 27 years, carpenter, grey eyes, fair hair, ruddy complexion, 5’6”, 2 [enlistments?], Arty Det N.P., Discharg’d Feby 10/67, exp of service at West Point NY, a Pvt

Daniel Treacy, enlisted 11 Feb 1867 West Point NY by Capt Sinclair for 3 years, born Tiperary Ireland, 30 years, soldier, gray eyes, fair hair, ruddy complexion, 5’6”, West Point Det Art, 2 En discharged February 5 1870 expiration of service at West Point NY, a Pvt

Daniel Treacy, enlisted 11 Feb 1870 at West Point NY by Capt Bates for 5 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 33 years, soldier, grey eyes, fair hair, ruddy complexion, 5’6”, West Point Det Art, Discharged February 11 1875 expiration of service, at West Point, a Private

Daniel Trewcy [Treacy],enlisted 11 Fen 1875 West Point NY by Lt Hein for 5 years, born Ireland, 38 years, grey eyes, dark hair, ruddy complexion, 5’6”, Art Det W.Pt., 6 enlistment, Discharged Feby 10 1880 by exp of service at West Pt NY, a Pvt, a Pvt, char fair

Daniel Treacy, enlisted 11 Feb 1880 West Pt NY by Lt Schienfield for 5 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 43 years, soldier, grey eyes, fair hair, rudy complexion, 5’6”, Arty Det West Pt, 6 re-enlistmensts, Discharged Feby 10/85 Exp of Serrv at West Pt NY a Pvt Char good

Daniel Treacy, enlisted 11 Feb 1885 West Pt NY by Lt Hoyde for 5 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 48 years, soldier, grey eyes, fair hair, rudy complexion, 5’6”, West Pt Arty Det, 8 re-enlistmensts, Discharged Feby 10/90 Exp of Serrv at West Pt NY a Corpl Char see rall

Daniel Treacy, enlisted 11 Feb 1890 Est Point NY by Lt Brown for 5 years, born Tiperary Ireland, 53 years, soldier, L blue eyes, Gy Lt hair Ruddy complexion, 5’5.75”, Arty Det West Point NY, 9 enlistments, Dischgd July 31/90 per G.O.#72 A.G.O. 90 at West Point NY a Corpl, Char eu rall

Daniel Treacy, enlisted 1 Aug 1890 at West Point by Lieut Carson for 4 years 6 months 10 days, born Tiperary Ireland, 53 years 6 months, soldier, Lt blue eyes, lt bro hair, Ruddy complexion, 5’5.75”, Army Sert 2 M.D., 10 enlistment, Retired Apr 20/91 S.O.#89 A.G.O. 91, a sergt

Dennis Tracy, 22 years, grey eyes, brown hair, florid complexion, 5’7”, born Tipperary Ireland, labourer, enlisted 15 May 1852 Albany USA by Maj Beall, deserted 2 June ‘52

Frank Tracey, enlisted 1 Nov 1888 Albany NY by Capt Harwood for 5 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 22 years 4? Months, labourer, blue eyes, dk brown hair, fair complexion, 5’6.5”, 9 Inf, D coy, Disch’d Oct 26/91 S.O. 246, AGO 91 Madison Bks NY, a Corpl Char very good

Frank Tracey, enlisted 20 Aug 1892, New York NY by Capt Burke for 5 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 26 years 2 months, labourer, blue eyes, bro hair, fair complexion, 5’6.5”, 13 Inf, G cpoy, 2 enlistment, Dischd Aug 19 97, Exper of service, Ft Porter NY, Pvt very good

Frank Tracey, enlisted 15 Nov 1898 New York NY by Maj Whitney for 3 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 31 years 5 months, labourer, blue 10 eyes, d bro hair, fair complexion, 5’7”, 10 Inf, A K coy, 2 enlistment, G coy, 13 Inf, Aug 19/97, Deschd Nov 14/01 at Mannila PI by exp service Pvt very good

Frank Tracey, enlisted 28 Dec 1901 San Francisco Cal by Cap Stafford for 3 years, born Tipperary Ireland.38 years, 5 months, soldier, blue 10 eyes, black hair, fair complexion, 5’6.75”, Coast Arty 30, 3 enlistment K 10 Inf, 11.14.01, Des Oct 31.04

Harry Tracey, enlisted 29 Dec 1887 New York by Capt Jackson for 5 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 23 years, Fireman, bro eyes, drk hair, healthy complexion, 5’8”, 8 Cavy, E coy, Des Mch 11.89

James Tracey, enlisted June 27 1866 Chicago Ill by Capt Curtis for 3 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 30 years, labourer, blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5’6”, 19 Inf 25 Inf, H H D coy, Des June 12 1867 Apph’d June 14 1867 Discharg’d June 27 1869 by exp of service at Little Rock Ark, A Pvt

John Tracy, 23 years, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 6’1”, born Tipperary Ireland, labourer, enlisted Sep 6 1849 West Point by Maj Sliver, Drgs [no other military details]

John Treacy, born Tipperary Ireland, 28 years, soldier, enlisted 14 Sep 1854 West Point by Maj Porter for 5 years, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 6’1”, Drgs Det, discharged “Consumption” died 3 August ’55 (clo a/c nel) enlistment 2nd Drg Det ms? At West Point NY, A Private

John Treacy, enlisted 17 Dec 1869 at West Point NY by Capt Bates for 5 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 25 years, labourer, grey eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5’9”, GSI Art Det W.P., deserted July 22 ‘70

John D Tracy, enlisted 4 Sep 1876 at Omaha Nebraska by Lt Rice for 5 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 22 years, copyist, hazel eyes, brown hair, dark complexion, 5’4”, 3 Cav K coy, Deserted Mar 19 1877

John Tracy, enlisted 18 Nov 1875 at Newport Barracks Kentucky by Lt  Cunningham for 5 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 41 years, soldier, grey eyes, D br hair, fair complexion, 5’4.5”, Du Gt W.L., 3 en, to 5 Infy “K” Discharged Oct 25 1877 for disability at Cauh Tougiu Rio M.I. Pvt up ad ued C line: good

Michael Tracey, enlisted 22 Dec 1862 Colombus O by Lt Smith for three years, born Tipperary Ireland, 21 years, farmer, grey eyes, brown hair, blond/florid complex, 5’5”, 2 Art, B coy, dischgd Feby 9/64 reinlistment,  by recul at 2 Ky Vol E, Brandt Station Va, a Private [2 records]

Michael Tracy, enlisted 9 Feb 1864 Brandy Station Va by Lieut Keaton for 3 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 23 years, soldier, grey eyes, brown hair, florid complexion, 5’5”, RE [re-enlistment?] 2 Art, B.C. coy, dischg’d Feby 9/67, exp of service, at Ft Stevens Ogn, a Pvt

Michael Treacy, enlisted 12 Jan 1870 at New York NY by Capt MacArthur for 5 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 24 years, labourer, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’5.75”, G.S.C,  Deserted Jany 17 ’80 from Rendezvous

Patrick Tracy, enlisted 9 Jul 1860 Rochester NY by Lt Marshell for 5 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 21 years, labourer, blue eyes, brown hair, ruddy complexion, 5’8”, 7 Inf A, dischd July 28/64 by recril at Ft Lafayette NYH, A Pvt

Patrick Tracy, enlisted 29 Jul 1864 Ft Lafayette NY by Lieut Williams for 3 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 25 years, soldier, blue eyes, brown hair, ruddy complexion, 5’8”, 2 [enlistment], 7 Inf, A coy, Des’t’d Aug 11/64

Patrick Tracy, enlisted 24 Nov 1884 Ft Leavenworth Kansa by Lt Reynolds for 5 years, born Tipperary Ireland, Brass moulder, blue eyes, Lt hair, fair complexion, 5’11”, 20 Inf, A coy, Des July 23 88, Surr’d July 9/91 Dis disch’d Aug 13/91, Gle M.O, 46, Deps Dak 91, Ft Missaula Mont, a Pvt

Thomas Trecey, 21 years, blue eyes, dark hair, fair complexion, 5’3.5”, born Tipperary Ireland, shoemaker, enlisted 25 Jan 1847 Philadelphia by Lt Reynolds, 4 Art E, died 8 Oct 47 at City of Meaies, A Private

Thomas Tracy, 26 years, grey eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’8.5”, born Tipperary Ireland, clerk, enlisted 6 Nov 1851 Rochester by Capt Hayden, 2 Inf D 3 Arty F, discharged 6 Nov ’56, Exp of service, At Fort Yucca Cal, a Private, P.O. No 286,337 Feby 4/58

Thomas Tracey, enlisted 7 Sep 1865 New York NY by Capt Pertday? For 3 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 21 years, labourer, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’8”, 2 Cavy, B coy, Dest’d Nov 8/65

Timothy Tracy, born Tipperary Ireland, 22 years, labourer, enlisted 11 Aug Buffalo by Capt Huston for 5 years, blue eyes, brown hair, ruddy complexion, 5’7.75”, 3 Inf K, deserted 29 Jul 61,

Timothy Treacy, enlisted 29 Nov 1887 West Point by Lieut Brown for 5 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 24 years 3 months, labourer, grey eyes, lt hair, dark complexion, 5’10.5”, Arty Det West Pt NY, Discharged July 31/90 per G.O.#72 A.G.O. 90 at West Point NY a Pvt Char exclt

Timothy Treacy, enlisted 1 Aug 1890 West Point by Lieut Carson for 2 years 3 months 28 days, born Tipperary Ireland, 27 years, soldier, Lt blue eyes, lt bro hair, dark complexion, 5’10.5”, Army Serv 2 M.O., 2 enlistment, Discharged Nov 28/92 Exp of service West Point NY Pvt Fair

Tobias Treacy, enlisted 7 Nov 1871 New Orleans Louisiana by Col Sully for 5 years, born Templemore [Tipperary] Ireland, 26 years, brewer, brown eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’7”, 19 Inf, DK coy, discharged Nov 7 1876 by exp of service at Ft Wacany Ks, Pvt, char excellent

Tobias Treacy, enlisted 10 Sep 1880 Fort Adams Rhode Island by Lt Davis for 5 years, born Templemore Ireland, 34 years, soldier, Hazel eyes, Br hair, fair complexion, 5’7.25”, 1 Arty, E coy, 2 enlistments, Discharged Aug 11/83 disability at Vancl Bks N.J. a pvy, char fair

William Treacy, 22 years, grey eyes, brown hair, florid complexion, 5’6”, born Tipperary Ireland, Carpenter, enlisted 4 Feb 1838 Schenetady [near Albany NY] by Lieut Hanson for 3 years, 4 Art A, deserted 13 July 39

Wm Treacy, enlisted 10 Oct 1890 New York NY by Capt Paue for 5 years, born Tipperary Ireland, 27 years, clerk, blue eyes, drk bro hair, dark complexion, 5’5.25”, 3 Art G coy, Dihon Disch’d June 24/93 GCM.O. 21 Dept East ’93 Ft Barrancas Fla, Pvt

 

Tipperary - North Riding Goal

1853-55 Edward Tracy, Watch or Gate Turney, £36 salary

1854-56 Edward Treacy, Watch or Gate Turney, £40 salary

1857-58 Thirty-sixth report on general state of prisons of Ireland

1858 Report from the Inspector-General of Prisons in Ireland. North Riding-Tipperary. Nenagh Gaol. Officers and Salaries...Edward Treacy, Gatekeeper-£40...

 

February 15, 1853 (FJ) Daring attempt at Assassination

...Nenagh...took the lands of Knockanevan, out of which Ryan was ejected...Denis Treacy servant to Denis Ryan, has been arrested under very suspicious circumstances...-Tipperary Vindicator

February 16 1853 Guardian

Attempt at assassination in Tipperary

On the night of the 7th instant, as Messrs. O’Keeffe, of Rockvale Mills, and Slevin, Nenagh, were proceding from Nenagh to Borrisoleigh, an assassin fired from a ditch, about three miles from Borrisoleigh, and the shot lodged in the horse’s collar. It was ascertained that it was intended for Mr. R.W. Bourke, who took the lands of Knockanevan, out of which the Ryans were ejected. Mr. Bourke drove to Nenagh that morning, and was expected home that night, but having a suspicion of parties on the road, he did not return. Denis Treacy has been arrested under very suspicious circumstances, and is remanded for further examination. He had ammunition on his person. Denis Ryan, who formerly held those lands is also under arrest. – Correspondent of the Limerick Reporter.

23 February 1853 Worcestershire Chronicle

Ireland “... Denis Treacy, servant to Denis Ryan, has been arrested under very suspicious circumstances, and is remanded for further examination. Tipperary Vindicator.

 

9 March 1853 Marathon Liverpool, England to New York, New York

James Tracey, 41y, Male, Mason, Thurlas, N Y, 1 Chest

 

March 10, 1853 (FJ)

Jeremiah Tracy was charged with the wilful murder of John Donovan by throwing him into the river Suir at Clonmel on 3d December 1851...came to the assistance of Ellen Ryan...returned a verdict of manslaughter...seven years transportation.

                                             

28 September 1853 (NG)

Mr. Wm. Ryan of Carney, attended to prosecute James Tracey, for assaulting his dwelling and breaking six panes of glass. [charge not pressed] defendant to pay all the costs.

 

October 11, 1853 (FJ) Catholic Church

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

 

12 March 1853 (NG) Clonmel Spring Assizes

Wednesday. Jeremiah Tracy was placed at the bar, and charged with the murder of John Donovan, at Clonmel, on the ??? Dec 1851, and on which charge he had previously pleaded not guilty.

Ireland-Australia Transportation Database (1780-1868)

OTHER NAMES: JERMIAH

SURNAME: TRACEY                             

AGE:  22                

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Tipperary                    

TRIAL DATE: 09/03/1853

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Manslaughter

ENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs

DOCUMENT REFERENCES:  TR 13, p 117

COMMENTS: Convict ordered to be discharged, 11/02/1857

 

1853

4. 7 on map. William Tracey, Upper Gurteen, Ikerrin, Tipperary, 0a/1r/3p, £0.5.3 rent, yearly tenant

1. 1 on map. William Tracey, Lower Gurteen, Ikerrin, Tipperary, 23a/0r/3p, £18.14.3.5 rent, yearly tenant

4. 5 on map. William Tracey, Oldpark, Ikerrin, Tipperary, 24a/3r/32p, £19.5.0 rent, yearly tenant

1857

5. 11 on map. William Tracey, Upper Gurteen, Ikerrin, Tipperary, 0a/1r/3p, £0.5.3 rent, yearly tenant

10. 15 on map. William Tracey, Lower Gurteen, Ikerrin, Tipperary, 23a/0r/3p, £17.15.3 rent, yearly tenant

18. 25 on map. William Tracey, Oldpark, Ikerrin, Tipperary, 24a/3r/32p, £19.5.0 rent, yearly tenant

 

1853 Battersby's Registry for the Catholic World

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

Felix Tracy, Curate, Mounmellick

John Tracy, curate, Cahir

Thos Tracy, curate, Cahir

Patt Tracy, curate, Modeligo Cappoquin

William Tracy, PP, Kilcock

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

Pakoquetti USA, Jeremiah Tracy

 

1850-1883 New York Emigrant Savings Bank Records

 

8 Sep 1853 5308 John Tracy & his wife Mary, labourer, of Water st, 398, Nat Cloughstram Smith Parish Emly Co. Tipperary Ireland, ard NY Mar? 12/48 per the Cambria from Cork. Fa dead Jno, Mo in Ireland Mary Ryan 1 Br 1 Sis. Is marid to Mary Power 3 chld Jno Thomas & Mary. Mrs T is nat of Templenadorney Parish Bansha Co Tippy & ano with head year dead Fa James farmier Mo Mary Costelloe.

 

2 Nov 1863 37109 Mary Tracey, of 105 4th Ave, domestic, born 1841 Tipperary ard 1861 per "Snipe" Fa John Mo Mary Connelly 1 sister Julia

 

3 Sep 1864 42404 Winniefried Costello of 58 St & 8th Ave, seamtress, born 1828 Co Tipperary ard 1851 from Liverpool, single, parents dead John & Mary Kennedy or niece Mary F Tracy 988 8 Ave, Fa Thomas Mo Ellen Costello

 

31 Jan 1867 57329 Johanna Tracey, of 5 King St, HK [house keeper], born 1816 Tipperary Ireland, ard 1846 per "JZ" widow of Michael nee Keyes 1 child James

 

5 Jul 1866 53965 Patrick Tracy, of Paterson NJ, laborer, born 1841 Tipperary ard 1860 per "Columbia" married Mary Leahy

 

27 Jan 1869 Cathe Tracey, of 224 West 48th St, domestic, born 1830 Co Tip, ar 1854 Triumph, Fa James Mo Mary Dockir? or sister Ma Hidare?, Sister of Charity

 

2 Jan 1872 87032 Margaret Tracy?, of Herbert St Burgh, HK, born 1831 Co. Tipperary, ard 1851 per "Humphry Porenteu" husb Tobias nee Mara Or Mary McGirr, of 536 E 42 St, HK, born 1829 Co Tyrone, ard per Eastern Mold" widow of John nee Rogers

 

1854

3. 4 on map, James Treacy representative of John Treacy, Kilruane, Tipperary, 47a/2r/5p, £26.12.8 rent, Lease dated 1st june 1855 from Thomas Rowley to John Treacy for 31 years from 1st May 1854. The lease states the acerage to be 28a/3r/7p late Irish Plantation measure...

2. 4 on map, John Treacy, Gurtnadelane, Ardcrony, lower Ormond, Tipperary, 23a/2r/4p, £11.16.4 rent, Lease dated 12th August 1854 from Thomas Rowley to John Treacy for 31 years from 1st May 1854. The lease states the acerage to be 13a/0r/25p late irish plantation measure...to well and sufficiently roof the dwelling house on the demised lands with foreign timber and quarter ton slates, the leasee agreeing to pay half the expense of such roofing and slating.

 

1854

3. No.4 on map. Daniel Tracy representative of John Flynn, [Carriganough Tipperary], 31a/0r/29p, £15.6.0 rent, Lease dated 12th August 1854 from Thomas Rowley to John Flynn for 31 years....

 

1854

11. Michael Trassy, Ballydavid, Eliogarty, Tipperary, 5a/0r/35p, £4.7.9 rent, tenant from year to year

1854

3. John Kennedy, John Fogarty and Michael Trassy, 35a/1r/1p, £8 rent, tenants from year to year

 

[1854/1861?]

8, 12 on map, Catherine Treacy and Thomas Treacy, Shanakill called Skehanagh, Ikerrin, Tipperary, 25a/0r/16p Irish, 40a/2r/26p Statute, £35 rent, also share of 28p of quarry

 

Columbia to NSW Australia 20 Sep 1854 (Assisted Migration)

Catherine Treacy, 19, from Wholey Abbey [Holyvalley Blessington?], Co. Wicklow [or] Clajardon Tipperary

 

Nov. 2nd. 1854 Inquest

Stephen Treacy, at Nenagh, Parish of Nenagh. George Frith. Simple examination. Verdict-Died suddenly on the street at Nenagh from disease of the heart.

 

25 November 1854 (N) Tenant Right in Tipperary

...John Tracy, do [Clonragh]...Martin Tracey, Borrisoleigh...Denis Tracey, Borrisoleigh