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 It may be presumed that the Traceys of Tyrone are descended from the Cenél Eóghain

 

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The Traceys of Tyrone can trace their history back to the beginning of historical records, as Tyrone formed part of the territory of the Cenél Eóghain.

 

The placename Killdress (Cill Dreasa) may have an association with the Traceys. The placename Kiltrassy in Kilkenny was also known as Kyldress, a corruption of the Gaelic pronunciation (tr – dr). Joyce lists dreas, dris, drass, drish as meaning brambles and gives the meaning as the church of the brambles.

 

c.1662 Poll book for the parish of Donagheady

Tiboe - Laughlen O'Tracey and wife, yeoman

Tiboe - Pat O'Tracey, servant

 

1666 The hearth money rolls

Parish of Donagheady.

Everyone listed is charged with 1 hearth.

Castlewaron - Terlogh O'Tressey, Simon Henderson

Cluminhalan - Patrick O'Tresy, Edmond O'Tresy, Art O'Dawkry

Leckpatrick Parish, Strabane Barony

Gortacrum [Gorticrum] - Brian O’Tressy 1

 

British War Office

John Tracey b. 1704 Omagh/Armagh 76th Foot 1738-6th Jan 1764 a labourer WO120/5& 17, WO116/5

 

James Tracy of Tyrone (s. of Humphrey) m. Ann Mulhollan, miss, (d. of David) 1706

 

Clogher – Curates [see Dublin]

1749. Philip Tracy appears up to 1760 (V.B.), son of Daniel T., "gen." b. in Dub., ent. T.C.D., July 19, 1738, aged 16, ed. by Dr. Magill, B.A. 1743, M.A. 1746, ord. D. 1748, Kilmore. [Monaghan?]

Clogher clergy and parishes [microform] : being an account of the clergy of the Church of Ireland in the Diocese of Clogher, from the earliest period, with historical notices of the several parishes, churches, etc. (1929)

1749

Philip Tracy of Clogher, Co. Tyrone, Ireland, clerk, and Ann his wife. 2. John Peirson of Hinninghouse, yeoman. Premises: messuage called Howes. Consideration: £173. 5s. Licence of Edward Stanley.

Bargain and sale DSTAN/3/68

 

1764-1799 Belfast Newsletter

James Trac(e)y, inn-keeper, Dungannon (various references)

http://www.traceyclann.com/files/1737-1800 Belfast Newsletter.htm

28th January 1764 (BL)...Mr. James Tracy in Dungannon....

September 06, 1765 (BL)

We the undersigned Linen drapers and Bleechers, together with the grand Jury of the County of Tyrone...20 Day of August 1765...James Tracy...

October 04, 1765 (BL)

To be sold by public cant at the house of Mr. James Tracy in Dungannon...

October 08, 1765 Belfast Newsletter

To be sold at the house of James Tracy in Dungannon, on Thursday the 14th Day of November next, a Lease of Lives renewable for ever of forty acres of Land in the Townland of Killymaddy in the County of Tyrone...

December 06, 1765 (BL)

Mr James Maguire, Dancing Master...hold a ball at the King's Arms Dungannon...Tickets to be had at Mr. Semples, Apotheracy, and Mr. Tracy's at the King's Arms and from Mr. Maguire in Dungannon aforsaid at 2s2d each.

November 07, 1769 (BL)

...Mr. James Tracy in Dungannon...

December 31, 1784 (BL)

To be sold by auction...house of Mr. James Tracy in the Town of Dungannon...

January 20, 1786 (BL)

The Dungannon Hunt, will meet at James Tracy's in Dungannon...

June 09, 1789 (BL)

The Glorious Memory Orange Lodge Dungannon No.689, dine at Mr. James Tracy's on the 24 June Inst. Dinner on the table at 4 o'clock.

Dec 4, 1798 (BL) Orange

There will be a meeting of the Grand Orange Lodge of the county of Tyrone at Tracey's in Dungannon...

Jul 6, 1792 (BL)

We inhabitants of the Town of Dungannon, having seen an advertisement in the last B. News-Letter...a person qualified to teach the Greek and Latin Languages is not wanted...James Tracy...

6 September 1805 (BL) Died

Suddenly, on the 28th ult, at the age of 42 years, Mr James Tracy of Dungannon, a gentleman who posessed urbanity of manners, and professional knowledge, that would have done honour to the first rank in society.

 

Freemasons

Fras Tracy, 12 Feb 1803, Tyrone Militia and Caledon Tyrone,  

Oliver Tracey, 5 Jan 1765, Chapel of Artrea Magherafelt Derry,  Certified 4 Oct 1768

Oliver Tracy, 5 Jan 1765, Artrea Derry, Certified 4 Oct 1768

Oliver Tracy, 3 Aug 1769, Lodge 470 Coagh Tyrone, Founding member? Made Warden 3 Aug 1769.

 

Tracy, Jas., Dungannon, Co. Tyr. Lease Ext. 1766

Tracy, John, Dungannon, Co. Tyr. Ibid. 1793

Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Records

 

30 April 1766

Lease for three lives of tenement in Castle St, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. Rent £26. Tho[ma]s Knox, to James Tracy, both of Dungannon. D476/258

 

1766 Religious Census

Non-Catholics Town & Corporation of Dungannon

Jane Tracy
Jn. Tracy

Dungannon Parish

Jams [or John]Tracy.
James Tracy

Kildress, Kildress

Hugh Tracy, papist

Gortreagh

Frs.Tracy, papist

GO Ms. 536-7 National Library of Ireland

 

1769 to 1830 1831 Exchequer of Pleas. Caruth V. Lord Northland.

Trespass. The Declaration stated that Thomas, Lord Northland, the father of the defendant, being seised in fee of the lands of Eskeragh in the County of Tyrone, on the first of January, 1769, demised them to one George Ritchie; to hold them from the first of November then last, for the lives of George Ritchie, William Tracy, and William Adams, and the life of the survivor of them. That George Ritchie, on the first of January, 1770, assigned his interest in the lands to James Tracy, the plaintiff's father; who died on the 2d of January, 1802; having previously made his will, whereby he devised his interest in the lands to the plaintiff. That on the 5th of December, 1818, Thomas Lord Northland died; upon which event, his interest vested in the defendant. That all the cestui que vies, except William Tracy, had long since died. That, after the making of the said Indenture, &c, to wit, on &c., the said W. Tracy, so being one of the persons for whose life the said premises had been granted by the said Indenture, went beyond the seas to America; and remained beyond the seas, to wit, in America, for the space of seven years together: and, at the expiration thereof, there being no sufficient and evident proof that the said W. Tracy was then in being, the said defendant, afterwards, to wit, on the 5th of December, 1818, with force and arms, &c, broke and entered the said lands of Eskeragh, of the said plaintiff, situate &c; and then and there, by virtue of the Statute in such case made and provided, evicted, ejected, &c, the plaintiff and her family from the possession, occupation, and enjoyment of the said lands of Eskeragh (a), and kept and continued them so evicted, &c, for a long &c, to wit, from thence until the 18th of January, 1830: and, during all that time, the defendant received the profits of the lands, and applied them to his own use. Whereby the plaintiff, for and during all that time, lost, and was deprived of the use and benefit of her said lands of Eskeragh, to wit, at &c aforesaid: and the plaintiff averred that the said W. Tracy, being the last surviving life in the said Indenture mentioned,upon whose life the said estate depended, theretofore, to wit, on the 22d of June, 1827, returned again from beyond the seas to this realm; and, at the time of the said eviction by  the defendant, was, and from thence hitherto hath been, and still is living, and in full life; to wit, at &c, aforesaid. To this, the defendant pleaded, —1. Not Guilty. —2. Leave and licence. —3. Not guilty within six years. The plaintiff demurred to the third Plea, and assigned for causes; —That, although the trespasses in the Declaration complained of, are therein stated to have been committed by the defendant, by virtue of the Statute in such case made and provided; yet nevertheless, the defendant hath pleaded that he was not guilty of the said trespasses within six years before the exhibiting, &c.; which Plea is altogether inapplicable, and is not any answer to the Declaration. That the defendant hath, by his said Plea, attempted to put in issue, a matter not properly issuable. That the said Plea, although it professes to be and contain an answer to the Declaration, yet, in truth, it contains no answer thereto—That the said Plea is pleaded, as if the Declaration had been a Declaration at Common Law; whereas the same is on the Statute in such case made and provided. Upon the return of W. Tracy from America, in 1827, the plaintiff brought an Ejectment against the defendant, for the recovery of her possession, and, having obtained that, by an Habere executed in 1830, the present action was brought to recover mesne rates, from the surrender in 1818...the Demurrer to the plea must be overruled.

(a) The possession of the lands was recovered by the defendant's not by Ejectment, but by a surrender obtained from the plaintiff.

 

8 April 1773 (FJ) Married

A few days ago, at Dungannon, Richard Dawson of the 18th regiment of light Dragoons, to Miss Ann Tracy of said place

 

1776 Arthur Galbraith, Riverstown, Co. Tyrone, Esq. 26 Aug. 1776 Full 2½ p. 11 Jan 1825

My body to be buried in the churchyard of Clogher.

To my wife Rebecca Galbrath the farm I now live in called Riverstown of about 50 acres, and the hill called Crocknamona held by Hugh McIlleer, with my plate, stock of cattle, crops and household furniture, and £50 per annum for life, and then to my three nieces, daughters of my brother John Galbraith deceased, Catherine, wife of Robert [? Porter or Pasler], Anne Galbraith wife of Mathew Small and Mary Galbraith, now unmarried, in equal parts, in addition to £200 each.

£100 to my nephew James Tracey, Dungannon, £200 to my nephew John Tracy, Dungannon, £200 to Arthur Tracy, Magherafelt, and £60 to the children of my niece Elizabeth Tracy who was married to Richardson.

My gold watch to my nephew George Galbraith, and £200 to my nephew John Forbes. A small annuity to my sister Rebecca Galbraith for life, and £20 to my couzen Pierse Quinland. Bequests to my friends John Martin, Drumcock, Archibald Irvine, Kaney.

The remainder of my estate called Clannybogan [Clanabogen, Co. Tyrone], to my nephew James Galbraith, Rascommy, Esq., and Samual Galbraith Greenmount, gentleman, provided they pay off all my legacies in one year after my death, but should they fail to do so, then the lands are to be sold for the same purpose. Exors. My wife and said James and Samual Galbraith who are residuary legatees.

Witnesses: John Buchanan, John Mitchell, John Hendersonm.

P.S. The lands of Clanebogan are not to be sold till one year after the death of my wife, or any legacy paid till one year after the decease of us both. £60 to my niece Anne Tracey who married a soldier.

Codicil, 3Jan. 1782. A sum of money bequeathed to my niece Anna Maria Small otherwise Galbraith, then wife of Mathew Small, Shancrackan, Co. Armagh, and now deceased, to be paid to her children share and share alike.

Witnesses: Sinclair Perry, John Wilson and Margaret Perry.

Memorial witnessed by: Thomas Grier, city of Dublin, attorney, and Thomas Dunne, Upper Dominick Street, gentleman.

798, 578, 539313

Samuel Galbraith (seal) Newgrove

John Galbraith (seal) Greenmount,

Both of Co. Tyrone, Esqrs., great grand nephews of said Arthur Galbraith

Tracey-Galbraith of Dungannon

Hi:

I am interested in James and John Tracey, wills of 1817 and 1829, resp. who lived in Dungannon.  Do you know specifically their addresses.  The directories of the time should have them. 

It turns out that a number of the grand-nieces to Arthur Galbraith (who left the funds to James, John of Dungannon in 1776) moved to Dungannon in the early 1800s.  They lived on Scotch Street,  Dungannon Gardens, and Ranfurley Terrace.  And ended in St. Anne's graveyard (7 Church Street).  Where were the Tracey's buried?  'My' girls of Dungannon were Anna Maria, Arabella, Harriet, Margaret, and Martha.

Bill Gilbreath William Gilbreath December 24, 2010

 

6 October 1778

Thomas Knox, Dungannon James Tracy, Dungannon Lease for 3 lives of 22 acres. Rent 12/- p. acre. Fees and duties. (See transcript at end of list.) Eskragh, Co. Tyr. T877/122

 

Wills of James Snr and Jnr in Dungannon T877/122,218,220

James Tracy took a 3 life tenancy on 22 acres at Eskragh in 1778. Landowner was Thomas Knox of Dungannon. James' sons at that date were William aged 19 and James aged 9. Robert Tracy aged 14 is also mentioned as being the son of John Tracy of Dungannon (who must be James the farmer's brother.)

James (the farmer presumably) Tracy senior left a Will in 1802 mentioning his daughter Alice (wife of George Caruth of Coal Island) who was to take the tenement in Castle street, Dungannon; and his late son James who had the freehold in Keseraw. 

James (the deceased son)'s will of 1801 says that he was an Innkeeper of Dungannon married to Elizabeth Clements. (A John Tracy witnessed the will.)

Jon Lee, January 2014

 

13-17 November 1778 Belfast Newsletter

Co. +Tyrone bleach-green sold auction 3 Dec. house =Tracey,James +Dungannon furniture horses cattle turf apply

 

1781? Londonderry Journal

James Tracy, Innkeeper, Dungannon, issue 863

 

Canadian military service

James Tracey born abt 1774 Ardstra, Tyrone - Canadian military service 25 Jul 1806

James Tracey born abt 1790 Siscarey, Tyrone - Canadian military service 5 Oct 1807

James Tracy born abt 1783 Donaghman, Tyrone - Canadian military service 7 Jul 1800

James Tracy born abt 1785 Drumia, Tyrone - Canadian military service 15 Jul 1811

Patt Tracey born abt 1788 Tyrone - Canadian military service 1806-1817

William Tracey born abt 1791 Dranra, Tyrone - Canadian military service 1 Oct 1816

William Tracey born abt 1791 Dranra, Tyrone - Canadian military service 7 Oct 1816

 

1783-4 Votes of the House of Commons, Dublin

p.613 a petition of William Tracy, formerly of Dungannon, in the County of Tyrone, Dealer

 

3 February 1792

Lease and counterpart lease (endorsed surrendered and cancelled) of house for two lives from 1 Feb. 1792. Rent: £70 per annum plus Receivers' fees. James Tracy to Charles McReynolds, both of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone Relating to house at Castle St., Dungannon. D645/102A and D645/102B

 

British War Office

James Treacy born Cappagh, Tyrone Served in 27th Foot Regiment; 23rd Dragoons (Light) Discharged aged 47, 1794-1814 [b. 1767]

James Tracey born Kippogh, Tyrone. Served in 3rd Royal Veteran Battalion; 27th Foot Regiment; other regiment(s) unspecified. Discharged aged 52 after 18 years 2 months of service. 1816. Residence or place where pension paid stated in document. See film image 515 WO 121/186 [b. 1764]

James Treacy b. 1766 Coppargh/ Johnstone, Omagh, Tyrone  Shoemaker 23rd Light Dragoons 28th April 1794-13th Oct 1802 WO 97/468/24. Then reserves. Then 2/27th 9th May 1805-1813 & 3rd Veteran Btn discharged 28th June 1814 aged 50 WO116/15 WO25/954

The 23rdLight dragoons were raised in 1794 and disbanded in 1802.

James Trace b. Kippoh, Armagh [Tyrone?] 27th Foot and 108th Foot discharged by 1789 WO121 (Several Traces not included but left Wills etc.)

James Tracey b. 1788 Armagh, Tyrone 2/27th in 1802 and 108th

James Treacy 27th Foot discharged 28th June 1814 to reside in Glasgow, then 3rd Royal Veterans Btn till 24th May 1816 died 28th April 1852

Jas Treacy Cappagh Omagh, Tyrone 27th Regiment of Foot, residence 28 Jun 1814, Regimental Registers of Pensioners

 

1783-1802 Freeholders Records from Northern Ireland

James Tracy, Land, Eskeragh, Donaghmore, Dungannon, Tyrone. 40s. 12th July 1796

John Tracy, land, Clanadush, Donaghmore, Dungannon, Tyrone. 40s 3rd Aug 1796.

John Tracy, Dungannon, Dungannon, Tyrone. 40s 9th Aug 1798.

 

1796 Irish Flax Growers

Daniel Tracey, Termonmaguirk, Tyrone 
Hugh Tracey, Drumragh, Tyrone, 2 

Maurice Treacey, Clogher, Tyrone

Michael Tracy, Kildress, Tyrone 

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

William Tracy born Drumglass, Tyrone Served in 47th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 38 after 14 years of service, 1796

William Tracy b.1758 Drumglass, Dungannon, Tyrone 47th (1782 -1796) (and 81st Foot?) WO121 labourer

 

GLI Lodge 569 minutes (4 Sep 1793). The soldier, John Treacy (no rank given) cannot be traced among the registered members of the later Tyrone militia lodges (no. 846, founded in 1796 and no. 562, founded using a 'revived' warrent in 1797).
Petri Mirala (2007) Freemasonry in Ulster, 1733-1813: a social and political history of the masonic brotherhood in the north of Ireland. Four Courts Press, Dublin.
Warrant No. 569 issued to brethren in Lifford, County Donegal on the 7th October, 1779. On the 15th November, 1795. Warrant No. 569 was removed to Strabane Co. Tyrone where it continued working until 1822.
http://www.irishmasonichistory.com/green-isle-lodge-no-569-founders-jewel-1923.html
 

17 May 1800

Marriage settlement between 1st and 3rd parties. James Tracey, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, 1st pt. Francis Bryans, Moy, and Wm Cross, Dungannon, both Co. Tyrone, 2nd pt. Elizabeth Clements, Moy, 3rd pt. D476/271

 

3 November 1801

James Tracy, jrn, of Dungannon Tyrone

Description: Armagh will

Proni Ref: T/877/218

 

8 November 1801

Lease for three lives renewable forever of an inn situate in Castle St, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. Rent £100 per annum. James Tracy the elder, Dungannon and Geo[rge] Caruth, Coalisland, trustees and executors of James Tracy the younger, Dungannon, deceased, to Nicholas Brown and Samuel Johnston, both of Dungannon. D476/75

 

4 January 1802

James Tracy, sen, of Dungannon Tyrone

Description: Armagh will

Proni Ref: T/877/220

 

1807

No.5 Irish street, Rev Robert Wilson Browne, Representative of John Blair, Town and Borough of Dungannon, Tyrone, £21 rent, 0a/0r/04.25p, Lease dated 23rd February 1807, from John Tracy to John Blair of the premises included in this lot...were known as Tracy's Corner, situated at the upper end of Irish street, Town of Dungannon, and as formerly in the occupation of Tully Mallon, but then in the actual possession of John Tracey, from the 1st May then next, for the term of 21 years...

 

15 June 1811 An Act for vesting certain Estates in the County of Tyrone in Ireland, devised by the Will of Sir George Savile, Baronet, deceased, in Trustees

Tullycorker, John Tracy, £6.15.0 rent...

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

James Tracey/Tracy born Drumragh, Tyrone Served in 1st Foot Regiment Discharged aged 34, 1811-1815 [b. 1781]

James Tracey b. 1780 Drumragh, Tyrone 1st Royal Scots Foot (Duke of Kent’s Regt) and ?before ? labourer gunshot Lundy’s Lane 25th July 1814 1811 – 25th Oct 1815 after 11 yrs service (Hugh Tracey was a Flax grower in Drumragh in 1796) WO116/20

James Tracey b. 1781 attested 1/1st Foot 1811

James Tracey b. 1783 Donaghmore, Tyrone. Labourer. Enl 1/1st Foot in 1800. Dis 1801 3yrs previous service Tyrone Militia

James Tracey joined 1st Garrison Btn from 18th Foot Dec 1806

James Tracey b.1794 1st Foot discharged 1824 Pensioner

 

1813 The Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle, Volume 21

...Rev S.W. Tracy...Corresponding Secretary to the Missionary Society...London...(No.4, Bartlett's Buildings, Holborn)

Ireland

In announcing the return of Mr. Tracy. we are happy in being enabled to inform our readers, that, in addition to the formation of Auxiliary Societies in the northern counties of Tyrone, Armagh, Down, and Autrim, which we have already announced, Mr. Tracy succeeded in establishing an Auxiliary Missionary Society in the south, for the county of Cork: the Committee of which comprizes some of the most respectable characters in the city, and other parts of the county; among whom are John Anderson, Esq. of Fermoy, 'and W. Roberts, Esq. of Charleville, Bankers; by either of whom subscriptions are received, as well as by the Treasurer, James M‘Mullen, Esq. of Cork.

Mr. Tracy, on his return, begs to express the grateful sense which he entertains ot' the kindness which he experienced in all parts of Ireland from the Clergy and Christians of every church, which has laid him and the Missionary Society under lasting obligations—A hope is indulged, that the union which has at length been formed, under circumstances so auspicious, between the churches in 'England, Scotland, and Ireland, for the propagation of our common faith among the hundreds of millions of the heathen world, will be productive of no inconsiderable benefit to the united empire, as well as the world at large.

 

23 January 1814

Assignment relating to house property in Dungannon. John Tracy, Dungannon and Jane Tracy, Lisnahull, to Patrick Ferguson, Lisdermott, John Phenix and Wm Small, Dungannon, all Co. Tyrone. D476/282

 

1814 (London) Missionary Society

Irish Auxiliary Societies. At p. 334 of our First Volume, we noticed the visit of the Rev. Mr. Tracy to Ireland. He attended, at Auchnacloy, the Anniversary of the Auxiliary Society formed last year for the county of Tyrone; where Lord Caledon took the Chair: and at Saintfield, that of the Auxiliary Society for the County of Down. At Ballymena, a Meeting was held for the purpose of forming a County of Antrim Auxiliary ; and another at Loughyall, of the Armagh Society.

 

British War Office

Owen Tracey b. Cappagh, [Tyrone] labourer deserted 14th Jan 1814 WO25/2558

 

British War Office

James Treacy b. 1764 Omagh, Tyr 27th discharged 1814

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

WILLIAM TRACEY Born DRUMRAGH, Tyrone Served in 77th Foot Regiment; 41st Foot Regiment Discharged aged 35, 1816-1828

William Tracey, b. 1792, Omagh, Tyrone

William Tracey Sgt b. 1792 Drumragh, Omagh, Tyrone 77th Foot (3 yrs) then 41st Foot (13yrs) 1816 –March 1828 (5 yrs in India) labourer WO120/25 WO116/37

William Tracey b. 1791 Deana/Drawra, Tyrone 11th Foot labourer enl 7th Oct 1816. Transferred to 41st Foot 14th Feb 1822 WO25/333

William Tracey born abt 1791 Dranra, Tyrone - Canadian military service 1 Oct 1816

William Tracey born abt 1791 Dranra, Tyrone - Canadian military service 7 Oct 1816

William Tracey, born abt 1792 Omagh, Tyrone, Sergeant 41st Foot, joined age 30 on the 13 Feb 1822, joined Edenburgh

 

1816-1921 Royal Irish Constabulary

Francis Treacy, 22, Tyrone, LDS 6067

Michael Treacy, 22, Tyrone, LDS 6068

 

27 February 1817

James Tracy Senr. of Dungannon [Tyrone]

Occupation: Gentleman

Proni Ref: T/877/302

 

1818 Cookstown - Wesleyan Methodist Preacher (see Richard Taylor Tracey)

 

1820

Will of John Tracy, Eskragh, Co. Tyrone. D847/24/82

8 February 1822

Unproved will of John Tracy, Eskragh, Co. Tyrone. T877/851

 

1823-1838 Tithe Applotment Books

Alphabetical

By Area

 

Arabella Tracey, Tullabeg, Donaghenry, Tyrone, 1828

 

Bernard Tracy, Aldrummond, Termonmaguirk, Tyrone, 1825

 

Bryan Treacy, Ficcarry, Cappagh, Tyrone, 1827

 

Charles Treacy, Ficcarry, Cappagh, Tyrone, 1827

 

Danl Tracy, Aldrummond (Merchanstown), Termonmaguirk, Tyrone, 1825

 

Edwd Tracey, Tullycorker, Clogher, Tyrone, 1825

Edwd Treacy, Glenan, Donacavey, Tyrone, 1827

 

Francis Tracy, Ballineal Beg, Artrea, Tyrone, 1825

 

Hugh Tracey Aughnamerigan Bodoney Lower, Tyrone 1830

 

Humphry Tracy, Ballineal Beg, Artrea, Tyrone, 1825

 

James Tracey, Ballynamullin, Cappagh, Tyrone, 1827

James Tracy, Ballineal Beg, Artrea, Tyrone, 1825

James Tracy, Ballygowan, Drumragh, Tyrone, 1830

Jas Treacy, Drumquim, Longfield West, Tyrone, 1826

 

Jno Tracey, Balligillian, Artrea, Tyrone, 1825

John Tracey, Roy, Clogher, Tyrone, 1825

John Treacey, Clonadush, Donaghmore, Tyrone, 1826

John Treacey, Eschra, Donaghmore, Tyrone, 1826

John Treacey, Lisnahull, Donaghmore, Tyrone, 1826

 

Michael Tracey, Tullycorker, Clogher, Tyrone, 1825

Michael Tracy, Drumnakillagh, Termonmaguirk, Tyrone, 1825

Michl Tracy, Drumragh, Drumragh, Tyrone, 1830

 

Morris Tracey, Claremore, Clogher, Tyrone, 1825

 

Neal Treacy, Ficcarry, Cappagh, Tyrone, 1827

 

Owen Tracey, Cormore, Clogher, Tyrone, 1829

Owen Tracey, Manor of Cecil, Cormore, Clogher, Tyrone, 1825

Owen Tracy, Bonnifrehan, Bodoney Lower, Tyrone, 1830

 

Peter Tracey, Aughnamerigan, Bodoney Lower, Tyrone, 1830

Peter Tracy, Cashell, Bodoney Lower, Tyrone, 1830

Peter Treacy, Glenkeel, Bodoney Upper, Tyrone, 1825

 

Stephen Tracy, Aldrummond (Old Glen), Termonaguirk, Tyrone, 1825

Stephen Treacy, Glenkeel, Bodoney Upper, Tyrone, 1825

 

Thomas Tracy, Ballygowen, Drumragh, Tyrone, 1830

 

Widow Tracey Aughnamerigan Bodoney Lower, Tyrone 1830

Widow?? Treacy, Meenacrane, Bodoney Upper, Tyrone, 1825

 

Francis Tracy, Ballineal Beg, Artrea, Tyrone, 1825

Humphry Tracy, Ballineal Beg, Artrea, Tyrone, 1825

James Tracy, Ballineal Beg, Artrea, Tyrone, 1825

Jno Tracey, Balligillian, Artrea, Tyrone, 1825

 

Hugh Tracey Aughnamerigan Bodoney Lower, Tyrone 1830

Owen Tracey Bonnifrehan [Binnefreaghan] Bodoney Lower, Tyrone 1830

Peter Tracey Aughnamerigan Bodoney Lower, Tyrone 1830

Peter Tracey Cashel Bodoney Lower, Tyrone 1830

Widow Tracey Aughnamerigan Bodoney Lower, Tyrone 1830

 

Peter Treacy, Glenkeel, Bodoney Upper, Tyrone, 1825

Stephen Treacy, Glenkeel, Bodoney Upper, Tyrone, 1825

Widow?? Treacy, Meenacrane, Bodoney Upper, Tyrone, 1825

 

Bryan Treacy, Ficcarry, Cappagh, Tyrone, 1827

Charles Treacy, Ficcarry, Cappagh, Tyrone, 1827

James Tracey, Ballynamullin, Cappagh, Tyrone, 1827

Neal Treacy, Ficcarry, Cappagh, Tyrone, 1827

 

Edwd Tracey, Tullycorker, Clogher, Tyrone, 1825/1829

John Tracey, Roy, Clogher, Tyrone, 1825/1829

Michael Tracey, Tullycorker, Clogher, Tyrone, 1825/1828

Morris Tracey, Claremore, Clogher, Tyrone, 1825/1829

Owen Tracey, Cormore, Clogher, Tyrone, 1829

Owen Tracey, Manor of Cecil, Cormore, Clogher, Tyrone, 1825

 

Edwd Treacy, Glenan, Donacavey, Tyrone, 1827

 

Arabella Tracey, Tullabeg, Donaghenry, Tyrone, 1828

 

John Treacey, Clonadush, Donaghmore, Tyrone, 1826

John Treacey, Eschra, Donaghmore, Tyrone, 1826

John Treacey, Lisnahull, Donaghmore, Tyrone, 1826

 

James Tracy, Ballygowan, Drumragh, Tyrone, 1830

Michl Tracy, Drumragh, Drumragh, Tyrone, 1830

Thomas Tracy, Ballygowen, Drumragh, Tyrone, 1830

 

Jas Treacy, Drumquim, Longfield West, Tyrone, 1826

 

Bernard Tracy, [Sir Hugh Stewart’s] Aldrummond, Termonmaguirk, Tyrone, 1825

Danl Tracy, [Mr. Beresford’s] Aldrummond (Merchanstown), Termonmaguirk, Tyrone, 1825

Michael Tracy, Drumnakillagh, Termonmaguirk, Tyrone, 1825

Stephen Tracy, [Sir Hugh Stewart’s] Aldrummond (Old Glen), Termonaguirk, Tyrone, 1825

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 15, 1825 Strabane Morning Post

Omagh Assizes...Edward Tracy & William McBride...were indicted for forcibly breaking the dwelling house of Adam Keenan, (Brackagh) on the night of the 4th of March and imprisoning Keenan for the space of two days [sentenced them to imprisonment for eighteen calendar months]...Peter Tracy [ordered to remain in custody till next assizes]...[Lengthy details of trial are printed in the newspaper]

March 21, 1826 Strabane Morning Post

Omagh Assizes...Patrick Tracey, Lawrence Tracey, F. Conway, J. Mcbride, P. Loughrin, P. Laughrin...Charged with forcibly breaking and entering the house of Adam Keenan, and assaulting and unlawfully imprisoning him - guilty; to be imprisoned 12 months, and to give security for good behaviour

 

2 August 1825 Strabane Morning Post

Omagh Assizes…Peter Tracey, Thomas Finlay & James Armstrong for picking the pocket of Mr. Feris- not guilty, discharged

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Hugh Treacy, born Kildress, Tyrone Served in Royal Artillery Discharged aged 39, 1826-1849

Hugh Treacy, b. 1809 Tyrone

 

John Tracy of Eskragh [Tyrone]

Occupation: Farmer

Will Date: 1829

Index: Dio Admons - Armagh

 

John Tracey, 1829, Armagh Diocese will. Exec: Robert Smith, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. IWR/1829/F/262

 

1829-1832 Freeholders

Neal Treacy, Ficarry, Strabane (December 22, 1829)

Neal Treacy, Ficarry, Strabane (March 23, 1830)

 

1860- British War Office (WO97) – Chelsea Hospital

Francis Treacy, b. 1861 Omagh, Tyrone

Francis Treacy, b. 1861 Omagh, Tyrone

James Tracey, b. ?, Tyrone  

James Treacy, b. 1880 Amagh, Tyrone

Jas Treacy, b. ? Omagh, Tyrone

John Tracy, b. 1835 Omagh, Tyrone

John Tracy, born abt 1835 Omagh, Tyrone, No. 1430 Private 60th Foot, joined age 21 on the 25 Nov 1856 Belfast, Down

Michael Tracey, b. 1868 Omagh, Tyrone

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

Patrick Tracey, b. 1874, Newtownstewart, Tyrone

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

James Trac(e)y born Donahendry, Tyrone Served in 75th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 27, 1836-1844

James Tracey, b. 1818 Stewarts Town, Tyrone

 

30 November 1836 (FJ) Tracy v. John McCrea

This was an appeal from a decree obtained in the court by the plaintiff against the defendant, The Rev. John McCrea, the well known leader of the Protestant Confederation [Benburb?], for the amount of 5l. for carpentry work and labour on the late farming society house...The court affirmed the decree.

 

1839 Trade Directory for Strabane

John Tracy, Stonemason, Lifford.

 

19 June 1840* Champlain Liverpool, England to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

170 Mary Tracy, 20, Tyrone Co, spinster,                                                        

171 Margaret Tracy, 18, Tyrone Co, spinster, grpup 34, one box clothing

 

1841 & 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 38332

Tracey Sarah Terence Tracy Ellen Tracy Ballygowan Drumragh East Omagh Tyrone 1910 - Omagh 1. 1841 Thomas and Ellen Tracy with daughter Sally aged 25yrs.

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-6.html?lang=en&limit=100&limitstart=36100

Ballygowan, Drumragh, Co. Tyrone

Sarah Tracey      Applicant

Terence Tracey   Father

 

IG Record 38267

Treacy Margaret Edward Treacy Margery Treacy Glennan Donacavey East Omagh Tyrone 1921 - Agent, Tempo, Fermanagh. Born about 1850-54. 1851 Parents married 1843, no Margaret, a daughter Margaret 5yrs died 1850.

IG Record 38268

Treacy Patrick and Edward or Edwin Edward Treacy --- Treacy Glennan Clogherny East Omagh Tyrone 1921 Agent, Tempo, Fermanagh. Born about Patrick 1848, Edward 1850. 1851 Edward and Margey Tracy married 1843, Patrick 4, Edward 2.

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-6.html?lang=en&limit=100&limitstart=36000

Glennan, Donacavey, Co. Tyrone

Margaret Treacy Applicant

Margaret Treacy Daughter                Born 1836

Edward Treacy  Father

Patrick Or Edward Or Edwin Treacy             Applicant

Patk Treacy        Son         Born 1837

Edwd Treacy     Son         Born 1839

Susan Tracey      Mother

 

IG Record 16708

Treacy Rosey Edward Tracey Briged MCBRIDE Glenchiel Bodoney Upper Strabane Upper Tyrone 1851 Edward TREASY 25 head married 1849, Biddy 22 wife, Rosey 1yr.

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-6.html?lang=en&limit=100&limitstart=16700

 

IG Record 38266

DALY Joseph Peter DALY Susan DALY nee Tracey Glennan Donacavey East Omagh Tyrone 1917 - Tummery P.O., Dromore, Tyrone. Family - Anne, Bridget, Thomas, Hannagh, Mary, Bernard, Susan, Catherine, Peter, Joseph. 1851 Thomas 20, Hannagh 18, Mary 16, Bernard 14, Susan 12, Catherine 10, Peter 8, Joseph 3.

 

IG Record 38438

DOBBS John Owen DOBBS Anne or Nancy DOBBS nee TRACEY Altdrumman Termonmaguirk East Omagh Tyrone 1915 - Agent, C.C., Carrickmore, Tyrone. Born about 1844. 1851 John aged 3yrs.

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-363.html

Altdrumman, Kilskeery, Co. Tyrone                             

Anne Or Nancy Tracey     Mother

 

IG Record 38868

WILLIAMS or MCWILLIAMS Myles --- --- Aghnamirigan Bodoney Lr. Strabane Upper Tyrone 1917 - Agent, Aughnamerrigan, Drumlea P.O., Gortin, Tyrone. 1841 Ealse McWilliams 55, widow, married 1809, Ann 25, Ealse 23, John 18, Patrick 15, Bridget Tague 4, grand daughter, James McWilliams 58, husband died 1839. 1831 James McWilliams, occupier of house. Patrick Mcwilliams, occupier of house. Aughnamergan. 1821 Susan McWilliams 55, Flax Spinner, Ann Treacy 18, visitor. Glensaurick, Aughnamirgan. 1821 James McWilliams 50, farmer, Alice 38, wife, Catherine 14, Mary 12, Ann 10, Alice 7, John under 1, Mary McWilliams 60, Catherine 8, her daughter.

Aghnamirigan [Tyrone]

Ann Treacy, born 1823 [1803?]

 

 

1798-1914 Register of Enlisted USA

Edward Treacy, 21 years, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’7.5”, born Tyrone Ireland, labourer, enlisted 27 Oct 1849 Pittsburg by Maj Paul, Recruit, discharged 24 Mch ’50, Rejected, at Newport Ky, a Private

Edward Tracy, 21 years, blue eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5’7.5”, born Tyrone Ireland, labourer, enlisted 29 May 1850 by Maj Maller, 1 Art F, discharged 13 Sept ’50, Ordinary disability, at Fort Washington Md? , A Private

Edward Tracy, enlisted 29 Dec 1865 Cincinnati O by Capt Switzer for 3 years, b. Tyrone Co Ireland, 35 years, labourer, grey eyes, light hairm, light complexion, 5’3.5”, 3 Cavy, L coy, disch’g’d Oct 11/68 Rxp of service under G.C. 24 NY? C. 59 at Fort Wingate, a Pvt

Edward Tracey, enlisted 15 Nov 1869 at Camp Date Creek [Az] by Lieut Boyd for 5 years, born Tyrone Ireland, 34 years, labourer, blue eyes, light hair, florid complexion, 5’3”, 8 Cav, B coy, deserted April 25 71

Fancis Tracy, born Tyrone Ireland, 23 years, labourer, enlisted 19 Oct 1862 Harpers Ferry Va by Lieut Cauly for 2.10/Bal of term, grey eyes, brown hair, dark complexion, 5’7”, 4 Art A, discharged Aug 19 1865 Exp of service, 116 Pa Vol B, at Chatanorga Tenn, A private [2 records]

Hugh Tracy, enlisted 3 Sep 1687 New York by Lieut Millar for 3 years, born Tyrone Ireland, 21 years, plasterer, grey eyes, brown hair, light complexion, 5’4.5”, Eng, A coy, Des Nov 30 1867

James Treacy, 23 years, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’10”, born Tyrone Ireland, labourer, enlisted 17 Oct 1844 Utica US by Lt Walker for 5 years, 3 Art G, discharged 14 April ’45, S.O.No,15 E.D. 7th Apl ’45, At Fort Moultrie S.C., a Private

John Tracy, born Tyrone Ireland, 22 years, labourer, enlisted 28 Nov 1854 New York by Col Brown for 5 years, hazel eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5’4.5”, 7 Cav K, deserted 17 Nov ‘55

John Tracy, enlisted 17 or 28 Sep 1859 Fort Monroe Virginia by Lt Fry for five years, born Teiren [Tyrone] Ireland, 27 years, soldier, grey eyes, brown hair, ruddy complexion, 5’9.5” or 5’8.5”, 1 Art, a, 2, Dischargd Sept 28/64 by exp of service at New Orleans La, a pvt, Tis = 512 = 1865, on file Tis 512 65, Discharges from 1st & 2nd enlistments, last served 2nd 1 Art A [2 records]

Joseph Tracy, enlisted 10 Sept 1866 Pittsburgh Pa by Capt Dickey for 3 years, born Co. Tyrone Ireland, 22 years, Clerk, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’10.75”, 19 Inf I coy, discharged Sept 10 1869 by exp of sevice at Little Rock Ark, a Corporal

Joseph Tracy, enlisted 16 March 1870 New York by Col Kedder for 5 years, born Tyrone Ireland, 26 years, soldier, black eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’10.75”, G.S.F., 2 en deserted April 14 ’70 at Ft Col N.Y. N

Lawrence Tacy, 32 years, blue eyes, black hair, fair complexion, 5’9”, born Tyrone Ireland, weaver, enlisted 5 Aug 1845 New York by Lt Burke for 5 years, 8 Inf G H, discharged 28 July 47, Certificate for pension, Wounded in action 23rd Sept ’46 at Monterey & discharged at Fort Polk Texas (A Private)

Michael Tracy, enlisted 12 March 1866 Phila Pa by Capt Wister for 3 years, born Tyrone Ireland, 23 years, shoemaker, black hair, dark complexion, 5’3.5”, 12 Inf E, 30 Inf E, Des 1 Jany 1867

Patrick Tracy, born Tyrone Co Ireland, 21 years, blacksmith, enlisted 26 Nov 1858 Philadelphia by Lieut Bates for 5 years, hazel eyes, brown hair, dark complexion, 5’8”, 3 Art K, 26 Arv ’63 expiration service, at Kellymills Va, a corperal

Patrick Tracey, enlisted 23 Jun 1865 New York NY by Lt Rider? for 3 years, born Tyrone Co Ireland, 25 years, labour, hazel eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5’4.5”,  12 Inf, B coy, dischg’d June 23/68 exp of service at Georgetown S.C., a Pvt

Patrick Tracey, enlisted 16 Jul 1868 Washington DC by Capt Niel for 3 years, born Tyrone Co Ireland, 28 years, soldier, hazel eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5’4.5”, Ord, dischd Wchsi 69 G.O. 27 AUO 69 at Charleston Arsenal SC a 2d El [enlistment?] Pvt See Log 138 69

Patrick Tracey, enlisted 10 Apr 1869 Charleston SC by Lieut McWinn? For 5 years, born Tyrone Ireland, 28 years, hazel eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5’5”, 8 Inf, G coy, 2 En, Descerted may 31 ‘71

 

Griffiths Valuation Tyrone 1859

[IMPORTANT: Please note that the continuation of the land records to 1933 is now available at the PRONI http://www.proni.gov.uk/index/search_the_archives/val12b.htm]

Alphabetical

By Area

Bernard Tracey Lisnaragh Irish Donaghedy Tyrone

Bernard Tracy Aghnamirigan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

 

Bridget Tracey Meenacrane Bodoney Upper Tyrone

 

Charles Tracy Aghnamirigan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

 

Dominick Tracey Glenchiel Bodoney Upper Tyrone

 

Edward Tracey Glenchiel Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Edward Tracy Aghnamirigan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Edward Tracy Glennan Cappagh Tyrone

 

Elizabeth Tracey Cormullagh Clonfeacle Tyrone

 

Francis Tracy Aghnamirigan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

 

Hugh Treacy Lisboy Cappagh Tyrone

 

James Tracey Glencoppogagh Bodoney Upper Tyrone

James Tracy Ballygowan Drumragh Tyrone

James Tracy Binnafreaghan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

James Treacy Merchantstown Glebe Termonmaguirk Tyrone

 

John Tracy Corranarry Drumragh Tyrone

John Tracy, Drumshanbo Glebe, Kildress, Tyrone

 

Mary Tracy Aghnamirigan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Mary Treacy Tullycorker Clogher Tyrone

 

Michael Tracy Binnafreaghan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Michael Tracy Drumragh (P. Mccausland) Drumragh Tyrone

Michael Treacy Merchantstown Glebe Termonmaguirk Tyrone

 

Neal Tracy Faccary Drumragh Tyrone

 

Owen Tracy Faccary Drumragh Tyrone

Owen Treacy Ardunshin Clogher Tyrone

 

Patrick Tracy Faccary Drumragh Tyrone

Patrick Tracy Leaghan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

 

Peter Tracy Brackagh South Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Peter Tracy Mullaghmore Drumragh Tyrone

 

Sarah Tracey Cornabracken Drumragh Tyrone

 

Stephen Tracey Glenchiel Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Stephen Tracy Glenchiel Bodoney Upper Tyrone

 

Thomas Tracy Faccary Drumragh Tyrone

Thomas Tracy Syunshin Clogher Tyrone

Bernard Tracy Aghnamirigan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Charles Tracy Aghnamirigan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Edward Tracy Aghnamirigan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Francis Tracy Aghnamirigan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

James Tracy Binnafreaghan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Mary Tracy Aghnamirigan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Michael Tracy Binnafreaghan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Patrick Tracy Leaghan Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Peter Tracy Brackagh South Bodoney Lower Tyrone

 

Bridget Tracey Meenacrane Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Dominick Tracey Glenchiel Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Edward Tracey Glenchiel Bodoney Upper Tyrone

James Tracey Glencoppogagh Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Stephen Tracey Glenchiel Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Stephen Tracy Glenchiel Bodoney Upper Tyrone

 

Edward Tracy Glennan Cappagh Tyrone

Hugh Treacy Lisboy Cappagh Tyrone

 

Mary Treacy Tullycorker Clogher Tyrone

Owen Treacy Ardunshin Clogher Tyrone

Thomas Tracy Syunshin Clogher Tyrone

 

Elizabeth Tracey Cormullagh Clonfeacle Tyrone

 

Bernard Tracey Lisnaragh Irish Donaghedy Tyrone

 

James Tracy Ballygowan Drumragh Tyrone

John Tracy Corranarry Drumragh Tyrone

Michael Tracy Drumragh (P. Mccausland) Drumragh Tyrone

Neal Tracy Faccary Drumragh Tyrone

Owen Tracy Faccary Drumragh Tyrone

Patrick Tracy Faccary Drumragh Tyrone

Peter Tracy Mullaghmore Drumragh Tyrone

Sarah Tracey Cornabracken Drumragh Tyrone

Thomas Tracy Faccary Drumragh Tyrone

 

John Tracy, Drumshanbo Glebe, Kildress, Tyrone

 

James Treacy Merchantstown Glebe Termonmaguirk Tyrone

Michael Treacy Merchantstown Glebe Termonmaguirk Tyrone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Griffiths Valuation (1860):

Donacavey Parish, Co Tyrone

Tracy

Kildress Parish, Co Tyrone

Tracy (1)

 

1851 Census (16/4/1851) & National Archives

Craigdunloof Townland, Dunaghy Parish, County Antrim

William Tracy, Head, 42, married 1829, Read & Write, Tailor (Tyrone)

Alice/Nancy Tracy, Wife, 41, None

John Tracy, Son, 18, Agricultural labourer, Read & Write

William Tracy, Son, 15, Tailor, Read,

Patrick Tracy, Son, 8, at Mr. Carey’s School

Sarah Tracy, Daughter, 10, at Mr. Carey’s School

Ann Tracy, Daughter, 8, at Mr. Carey’s School

Jane Tracy, Daughter, 4, None

Absent from Household 30th March 1851:
Hugh Tracy, 21 (Son) - Tailor (America)
Died since 6th June 1841:
James Tracy, 6 months (Son) - Inflamation - Spring 1846
Ellen Tracy, 1 (Daughter) - Meazels - Winter 1851

Lisnamanny Townland, Dunaghy Parish

Robert McQuillin, 78 (Head) (Married 1802) - Farmer
Absent from Household 30th March 1851:
John Tracy, 16 (Servant) – Farm Labourer

 

Wm Tracy married Alice Donnelly 13 Jan 1829 Glenravel Parish Antrim [see 1851 Census]

William Tracey & Alice/Alicia/Ellena Donnelly/O'Donnell

John Tracey b. 8 Apr 1832 Glenravel RC Antrim

William Tracey b. 16 Feb 1834 of ?arrycowan [Ballycowan Connor] Sp. James m'Laughlin & Rose M'Keever Glenravel RC Antrim

William Tracey b. 2 Aug 1835 of ?arrycowan [Ballycowan Connor] Sp. Con OBoyle & Catherine McKeeven Glenravel Rc Antrim

Mary Tracey b. 9 Apr 1837 of ?arrycowan [Ballycowan Connor] Sp Charles ORaw & Margaret ORaw Glenravel RC Antrim

Sarah Tracey b. 1 Jul 1839 of ?breen/Lisbreen [Skerry] Sp John ORawe & Mary MLaughlin Glenravel RC Antrim

James Tracey b. 22 Feb 1852 Sp John ONeill & Rose ORaw Glenravel RC Antrim

Arthur Tracey b. 15 Jan 1854 Sp John McCormick & Catherine McNally Glenravel RC Antrim

 

1851 Census

Edward Tracey (25) married 1848 Mary nee McBride (25), Rosey (1)

Glenchiel, Bodoney Up, Strabane Up, Tyrone

Index to appendix

Tracey, 456 Bridget, Edward, George, Henry, John, Mary

Tracey, 472 Rosey

Masterson, Josephine (1996) Census of Ireland Abstract 1841/1851. Indianapolis.

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.

Rosey Treacy, Tyrone

 

1851

8. 91, 92, 93, 94, 95 on map. James Tracey, Nether Ballygowans alias Ballygowans and Upper Ballygowans, Omagh, Tyrone, 6a/3r/16p, £5.6.8 rent, tenant from year to year

 

Anne to Philadelphia 1852

Ann Tracey of Omagh

Mary Anne to St. John 1853

Nancy Tracey (30) of Learmount

Winfreda (10)

John (8)

William (6)

Aldolph Werner to Quebec 1854

Jane Tracey (28) of Omagh

Thomas (7)

Ellen (5)

Ann (3)

Edward (1)

Superior to Quebec 1855

Michael Tracey (28) of Omagh

Lady Emily Peel 4/65 5/65

Mary Tracy?, Ferrar P.O. Co. Tyrone

Irish Passenger Lists 1847-1871 Londonderry. Genealogical Society.

 

1853 Fairs and Markets Commission

The memorial of several farmers adjoinging the town of Omagh…reduction [of charges for] flax…butter…

...Edward Treacy...

Omagh and Neighourhood, 25 January 1853

 

1858 Commissioners of National Education in Ireland: twenty-fifth report

M. Tracey, third class teacher, Greencastle school, Tyrone, female, £1/10/0

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

Alice Tracey 15 Jul 1901 Aughnamerrigan Tyrone, widow, to John Devlin and Patrick M’Anulty, farmers

Ann Tracey 17 Dec 1912 Binnefreghan Tyrone, spinster, to Edward Tracey, farmer

Bernard Tracy 18 Nov 1892 Lisanon [Lisanow] Tyrone, famer, John Tracey, farmer

Francis Treacy 3 Apr 1893 Aldrummond Tyrone, farmer, to son Patrick Treacy, farmer

James Tracey 15 Apr 1906 Synshin Tyrone, to Mary Tracey widow

John Treacy 4 Aug 1901 Merchantstown Mountfield Tyrone to Minnie McGurk married woman

Mary Anne Treacy 6 Feb 1916 Merchantstown Mountfield Tyrone, widow, to Minnie McGurk married woman

Patrick Tracy 17 Jun 1905 Cloughfin Tyrone, farmer, to Reverend Peter Tracy, Roman Catholic Curate

Robert Tracy 4 Jan 1909 Cormullagh Tyrone, farmer, to Alexander Heggarty, rural postman

John Tracey 6 Nov 1901 Knockaraven Fermanagh, farmer, died The Lunatic Asylum Omagh Tyrone, to Catherine Tracey widow

 

Eliza Jane Glass 6 Hazlett-square Belfast Widow who died 15 January 1894 at same place was proved at Belfast by Robert Tracy of Cormullagh County Tyrone Farmer and William Watson of Eskreagh County Tyrone Book Agent

Bernard Murphy Rev 18 Aug 1877 Kildress Tyrone, to Reverend Peter Fox of Derrylonan (Rock Dungannon) C.C. the Reverend Michael Hughes of Pomeroy P.P. and Patrick Tracy of Cloghfin (Cookstown) Farmer

William Curran 12 Sep 1885  Streep County Tyrone Farmer who died 12 September 1885 at same place was proved at Londonderry by Francis Tracey of Aldrummond in said County Farmer the sole Executor.

Alice Brett 16 Apr 1907 The Rectory Barronscourt Tyrone, widow, to Elizabeth Tracy, spinster

 

1860 US Census

James A Tracy, 27 years, b.c. 1833 Tyrone Ireland, lives Saint Johns City, Dakota, Nebraska Territory, United States

 

1861 Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Records

Tracy, Jas., jun., Dungannon, Co. Tyr. (Page 123)

 

1861 British Census

William Tracy, b. abt 1817 Tyrone Ireland, Derbyshire England

 

Mersey arrived Canterbury 25 Sep 1862 (assisted emigration)

Honora Trassy, 20 years, single, dairy woman. of Tipperary

Bernard Tracey, 22 years, single, farm labourer, of Tyrone

Edward Tracey, 20 years, single, farm labourer, of Tyrone

 

1862 Offences commited in County of Tyrone

Injury to propert or place of Worship of John Tracy, farmer, 9 Nov 1861, Corkhill, inf lodged 25 Nov 1861, Owen McCarroll, dismissed petter sessions

 

1862 Offences commited in the County of Tyrone

Resistance to Legal Process of Owen McDonnell, cess collector, 13 Jun 1861, Glennan, summoned to petty sessions, Edward Tracy Patrick Tracy & Margaret Tracy, no proceedings

 

1862 - 1864 National education (Ireland)

Ellen Tracy/Tracey R.C., Workmistress and assist, R.C., 147 RC, Aughnamerrigan, Badoney Lower, Tyrone

Mary tracey R.C., Head, female R.C., 132 RC, Greencastle, Badoney Lower, Tyrone

 

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

Tracey, Bridget, Gortin, Tyrone. 17 127

Tracey, Peter, Gortin, Tyrone. 17 121

Tracey, Thomas, Gortin, Tyrone. 7 131

Tracy, Isabella, Cookstown, Tyrone. 6 498

 

11 February 1865 (N) Deaths - New York City

Treacy - January 17, Catherine Treacy, daughter of Miles Treacy, native of the county Tyrone.

 

March 1865 Tyrone

Keany v. Tottenham. Mr. A Loftus Tottenham had sent a man to settle a dispute between Rose Keany and another tenant named Tracy as to a right of way.

 

10 April 1865 LE Peel, Londonderry Engaged at Philadelphia

Mary Tracy, Ferrar PO Co. Tyrone

 

12 Jan 1869 (BL) Dungannon Quarter Sessions

John Tracy, a soldier, was arraigned, charged with stealing two bottles of whisky, the property of James and Patrick Daley, on the 14th November last. Mr. Robert Magill appeared for the prisoner. The prisoner pleaded guilty...four times for larceny and other offences...1 year with hard labour.

 

1869 The Irish reports Teacy v. M'Kenna

...the Plaintiff was a job coach and hotel proprietor, and carried on business as such at Caledon, in the county of Tyrone; and the Defendant falsely and maliciously printed and published of the Plaintiff, in a newspaper called the “ Northern Star,” the words following, that is to say :—

A Bad Case.

To the Editor of the “Northern Star”

Sir,—Will you kindly permit me space in the columns of your truly patriotic journal, to make known to the public a case of gross intolerance which occurred in this village on last Sunday. The remains of all that was mortal of a Crimean veteran, who fought for his Queen and country, and received a wound thereby which was the cause of his death, being about to be interred, deceased’s brother-in-law applied to Mr. William Teacy (meaning the Plaintiff), a Presbyterian in religion, and proprietor of the Caledon Arms hotel, for a hearse to convey the poor old soldier’s life-less body to interment; but will it be believed that this humane specimen of orthodox Presbyterianism (meaning the Plaintiff) refused to give his hearse, for no other reason than this, that the corpse was to be interred in a Roman Catholic burying ground, saying at the same time that he would give it free if deceased had been buried in Tynan, a Protestant burial ground. It is worthy of note, that before deceased’s death, he abjured Protestantism and became a member of the Roman Catholic Church; and hence the only reason for his being so treated at his burial by his former master (meaning the Plaintiff); for deceased was servant to Teacy (meaning the Plaintiff) for a long length of time previous to his illness.

Anti-Bigotry. Caledon, 20th April, 1869...

June 1869 Tracy v. McKenna

This was an action for libel, the plaintiff is a hotel proprietor at Caledon and the defendant the publisher of the Northern Star, in which a letter appeared...the remains of a Crimea veteran, whose brother-in-law, applied to Mr William Tracy [Teasy in Griffths Valuation], a Presbyterian and proprietor of the Caledon Arms Hotel, for a hearse. It was said that this was refused because the deceased, a former employee, was a recent convert from Protestantism to Roman Catholicism, and was to be buried in a RC graveyard...

 

1870 Tyrone

11. Bernard Tracey, Lisnarrow, [Strabane Tyrone], 20a/2r/27p, £17.8.0 rent, tenant from year to year

1873

3. 2 & 2a on map. Bernard Tracey, Lisnarrow, Stabane, Tyrone, 20a/2r/27p, £17.8.0, tenant from year to year

 

1871 British Census

John Tracey , Head, M, 57, b. 1814 Tyrone, Agricultural Labourer, Poulton-Le-Fylde Fylde Lancashire

Nancy Tracey , Wife, F, 44, b. 1827 Tyrone,  Poulton-Le-Fylde Fylde Lancashire

Mary Tracey , Daughter, F, 12, b. 1859 Tyrone, Poulton-Le-Fylde Fylde Lancashire

Susannah Tracey , Daughter, F, 10, b. 1861 Poulton, Poulton-Le-Fylde Fylde Lancashire

Michael Tracey , Son, M, 8, b. 1863 Poulton, Poulton-Le-Fylde Fylde Lancashire

Anne Tracey , Daughter, F, 6, b. 1865 Poulton, Poulton-Le-Fylde Fylde Lancashire

Bridget Tracey , Daughter, F, 3, b. 1868 Poulton, Poulton-Le-Fylde Fylde Lancashire

 

John Tracey, 37, b. 1834 Tyrone, Agricultural Labourer, Lancashire

Mary Tracey, 44, b. 1827 Tyrone, Lancashire

 

Margaret Tracy, b. abt 1849 Tyrone Ireland, Durham England

 

1850-1883 New York Emigrant Savings Bank Records

 

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

 

18 Feb 1874 101178 Annie Tracey, of Park Hotel, domestic, born 1846 Tyrone, ard 1868 per "Terifa" Fa Hugh Mo Bridget McGowan

 

1873 Tyrone

Michael Tracy, portion known as P. M'Causland, Drumragh, East Omagh, Tyrone, 20a/2r/14p, £18.10.0 rent, tenant from year to year

 

1874 Thoms Directory

W.A. Treacey, County Surveyor, East Div., Dungannon, Co. Tyrone (see Treacys of Ballymena Antrim)

 

12 Oct 1875 (BL) Omagh Quarter Sessions

Denis Lavelle...assault...Ann Tracy came forward and stated that she did not wish to prosecute as the prisoner was in drink when he threatened her, and had a wife and family depending on him for support. They were good friends now and she had received no injury...

 

1876 Return of holdings purchased by Tenants from the Church Temporalities

Termonmaquirk, Merchantstown Glebe, East Omagh, Tyrone

James Treacy & Michael Treacy, sale 1 Jun 1876, 19a/0r/0p, valuation £4/10/0, rent £6/1/10, Gross £121, cash £31, Mortgage £90, 31/8/1880 arrears £1/16/0

James Tracy, sale 3 Jan 1876, 19a/0r/0p, rent £6/1/10, Gross £121, cash £31, Mortgage £90

Michael Tracy, sale 29 Dec 1875, 19a/0r/0p, rent £6/1/10, Gross £121, cash £31, Mortgage £90

Drumshanbo Glebe, Kildress, Dungannon Upper, Tyrone

Francis Treacy, sale 1 July 1876, 58a/3r/5p, valuation £79/0/0, old rent £107/14/8, judical rent £78/0/0

Francis Treacey, sale 9 Aug 1876, 8a/1r/2p, valuation £13/0/0, old rent £7/5/0, amount £183, cash £47, mortgage £138

 

1877 Return of Holdings exceeding Three Acres sold by Commissioners of Church Temporalities in Ireland

James Tracy, Merchants Town Glebe, Termonmaguirk, East Omagh, Tyrone, sale 3 Jan 1876, rent £6/1/10, value £10/0/0, gross £121, cash £31, mortgage £90

Michael Tracy, Merchants Town Glebe, Termonmaguirk, East Omagh, Tyrone, sale 29 Dec 1875, rent £6/1/10, value £10/0/0, gross £121, cash £31, mortgage £90

 

Patrick Tracy: The Will of the Reverend Bernard Murphy late of Kildress County Tyrone P.P. deceased who died 18 August 1877 at same place was proved at Armagh by the oaths of the Reverend Peter Fox of Derrylonan (Rock Dungannon) C.C. the Reverend Michael Hughes of Pomeroy P.P. and Patrick Tracy of Cloghfin (Cookstown) Farmer all in County Tyrone the Executors. (By Decree "Fox v. Murphy" 18 December 1877.) Date Of Grant: 14/02/1878 Effects: Effects under £600

 

Thursday, November 21, 1878 Brooklyn Eagle

Tracey - On Wednesday evening, Mrs. Catherine Tracey, relict of the late Patrick Tracey, County Tyrone, Ireland, in the 70th year of her age. Her friends and those of her brothers, Thomas and John Miner, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from her late residence, 505 Warren street, Friday November 23 at 9.30 A.M. thence to the Church of Our Lady of Mercy, where a requiem mass will be celebrated, and from hence to Flatbush Cemetery.

 

1878

16. Mary Tracy, Drummins [Tyrone], £1 rent, 0a/0r/2p, tenant from year to year

 

1878 Commissioners of Church Temporalities in Ireland report

Diocese of Armagh - Schedule of sales of "yearly and other tenures"

Owen Tracy, Mullaghalin Glebe, Cloghenry, Omagh East, Tyrone, sale 1 Oct 1878, rent £5/6/0, gross £110/0/0, cash £28/0/0, mortgage £82/0/0

 

Folios 337-347. Thomas Carlin alias John Tracy, born Tyrone, Ireland.

Attestation papers to serve in the Royal Marines at Chatham 1879 (when aged 19).

Discharged 1880 as Worthless.

Failed to report he had been previously discharged as incorrigible and worthless from 108th Regiment of Foot. Later joined 45th Brigade Depot.

National Archive ADM 157/644  Miscellaneous - Attestations for ranks who were not allocated official numbers and served only for days or months. Described at item level

 

1880 Commissioners of Church Temporalities in Ireland report

Diocese of Armagh - holding purchased by tenants

Owen Tracy, Mullaghalin Glebe, Cloghenry, Omagh East, Tyrone, sale 1 Oct 1878, 11a/0r/21p, rent £5/0/0, gross £110/0/0, cash £28/0/0, mortgage £82/0/0

 

1880 Return of crimes

4 Jan 1879, Highway robbery on James Tracey, James O'Donnell Patrick O'Donnell Joseph Coulton & John King, discharged 20 January 1879 Omagh Quarter Sessions

 

1881 Return of crimes

Cutting or maiming the person of Irwin Porter, 25 July 1880, by James Treacy, The Grand Jury at Omagh Quarter Sessions, on 25th October 1880 found "No Bill"

 

Thomas Treacey, Principal Leganaghery National School 1881-

McCusker, Patrick J. (1979) 19th Century National Schools in the Parish of Donacavey. Clogher Record, Vol. 10, No. 1 (1979), pp. 52-109

 

1881 British Census

Michael Tracy, 55 years, born Tyrone, Labourer in Ironworks, 30 Princes St Conside & Knitsley Durham

Elizabeth, 50 years, born Tyrone, wife

Joseph, 15 years, born Durham, son, Labourer in Ironworks

 

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

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

 

1883 Return of judicial rents

Charles Tracy of Fecarry Tyrone, landlord Alexander O.S. McCausland, 19a/3r/30p, poor valuation £6/15/0, old rent £8/5/0, new rent £5/10/0

Edward Tracy of Fecarry Tyrone, landlord Alexander O.S. McCausland, 14a/3r/0p, poor valuation £8/5/0, old rent £12/0/0, new rent £8/10/0

Patrick Tracey of Facarry Tyrone, landlord Alexander O.S. McCausland, 65a/3r/20p, poor valuation £15/0/0, old rent £21/0/0, new rent £15/0/0

 

7 July 1884 (BL) Sad Bathing Accident at Stewartstown

...a policeman named Patrick Tracey was drowned...deceased who was about 26 years of age, and of a powerful build, came from Belleck, County Fermanagh. He had onlybeen six years in the service, during five of which he had been stationed in Belfast. He came to Stewartstown about six months ago...

12th July 1884 The Aberystwith Observer

One of the Royal Irish Constabulary, named Patrick Tracey, has been drowned near Stewartstown, county Tyrone, while bathing in a small lake adjacent to the town. He was accompanied by another police-man, who was unable to swim, and accordingly could: render no assistance.

 

18 July 1884 (BL) County of Tyrone

Forceible Possession. John Quinn, Charles Conway, Charles Quinn, John McCormick, Patrick Tracey and Mary M'Anulty were charged with having unlawfully entered and taken forceible possession of certain lands the property of Elizabeth Quinn, the Lady Superioress of Omagh Convent...pleaded guilty...

 

14 Aug 1886 (BL) Cookstown Petty Sessions

...Patrick Tracey, of Cloughfin...three cows and a bull...settlement made out of court...

 

State of Indiana, Glasgow & Larne to New York 31 Oct 1884

Sarah Tracey, 18, F, spinster, Tyrone

 

1884 [C.4144] Irish Land Commission - Tyrone

Francis Tracy, tenant, Sir John M. Stewart Bart., landlord, Aldrummond, 20a1r10p, £7.5.0 valuation, £7.10.0 rent, £6.0.0 judicial rent

 

31 May 1887 Freeman's Journal

Great Demonstration in Omagh ... Patrick Tracey, Fecarey...

 

1889 Return of judicial rents

Edward Tracey and another of Bunyfration Tyrone, landlord Sir William McMahon Bart., 56a/0r/30p, poor valuation £14/5/0, old rent £12/9/2, new rent £10/0/0

 

1890 Return of judicial rents

Patrick Treacy of Cloughfin Tyrone, landlord Countess of Castlestruart, 46a/2r/30p, poor valuation £19/0/0, old rent £16/10/4, new rent £12/15/0

 

12 September 1891 (FJ) Departure of the Rev. Father Peter Tracey for Australia

Accompanied by a whole multitude of relatives, and kind neighbours, and followed by their earnest prayers and heartfelt good wishes, the Rev Father Peter Tracey bade adieu to the kind home of his parents at Cranagh on Monday, the 7th inst, for the far distant lands of Australia...received his English and classical education at Legeloughfin National School...collegiate course in Carlow College... - Derry Journal

 

16 & 20 Oct 1891 (BL) The burning of the Schooner Fly at Hollywood

...From information he received at the scene of the conflagration he arrested ...Francis Tracey...John Casey, the master...accused were the crew...111 tons of coal on board...Francis Nacey [?] cook on the vessel...the master, his uncle...The fire is still burning with considerable vigour...The boy Tracey was there, crying for help...

 

1891 Return of judicial rents

Michael Treacy and ors of Aughnamirrigan Tyrone, landlord Sir William McMahon Bart., 56a/2r/25p, poor valuation £17/5/0, old rent £13/1/9.5, new rent £11/0/0, by consent

Francis Tracey and ors of Brackagh South Tyrone, landlord Sir William McMahon Bart., 327a/3r/8p, poor valuation £24/10/0, old rent £17/6/8, new rent £17/6/8

 

29 Mar 1892 (BL) Omagh Petty Session

...having assaulted a soldier named John Tracey in his view on 17 March

 

1892-1924 Ellis Island Arrivals

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

 

Bernard Tracey, Tyrone Ireland, 1906, 23 years, blacksmith, to Phila, Cousin Mrs Shearer 1516 Carlton St Phila

 

David Tracey, Grannele (Granville Tyrone?) Ireland, 1914, 24 years, G Watt niece Illinois, Dugannon? [crossed out]

 

David John Tracey, Dungannon Tyrone? Ireland, 1922, 30 years, Brother in law John H. Dilworth Black Oak Farm Media Penn, farm labourer, wife Mrs Hannah Tracey Cormullagh Dungannon

 

Edward Treacy, Tyrone Ireland, 1899, 31 years, single, boiler maker, to Phila Pa, lived Phila 8 years/7 yrs, [to uncle 120 Webster Ave Boston Mass – travelling with Denis Hanlon 19 of Monaghan???]

 

Edward Tracey, Omagh Tyrone? Ireland, 1922, 29 years, cousin Frank McDermott 113 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn New York, labourer, brother James Tracey Benifreghan Mountfield Omagh

 

John Treacy, Donemana (Dunnamanagh, Donaghedy, Tyrone) Ireland, 1910, 26 years, single, blacksmith, friend John Bachanan Ballinanaclaught [Ballynamallaght] Donemana [Tyrone], to Phila PA [other half of record missing]

 

John Tracey, Lanark Scotland, 1920, 30, b. Victoria Bridge [Tyrone?] Ireland,

Ellen Tracey, Lanark Scotland, 1920, 29, b. Leshmahagow Scotland

John Tracey, Lanark Scotland, 1920, 5, b. Burnbank Scotland

Ellen B Tracey, Lanark Scotland, 1920, 1, b. Lanark Scotland

Sister-in-law, Mrs Boyl, 5 George Street Burnbank Hamilton, to Detroit Mich, Brother-in-law, Michael James Morris, 620 Dearing Ave Detroit Mich

 

Margaret Treacy, Finton (Fintona Tyrone) Ireland, 1922, single, Mother Dromore Road, Fintona, to Concord NH. 5’2”, dark complexion, black hair, grey eyes. b. Fintona Ireland. [crossed out]

 

Mary Treacy, 1911, 18 years, single, US born, lived Plumbridge? Ireland, Shows Baptisimal Certificate, to aunt Bridget Treacy, 1325 Nth Harvard St, Phila. [sailed from Londonderry]

 

Mary Treacey, Gortin (Tyrone) Ireland, 1914, 23 years,Father James Treacey Aughalanerrin [Aghnamirigan] Gortin.  Cousin Mrs Jas? Heincs? 242 East 173 St New York. 5’9”, fair complexion, fair hair, dark eyes, b. Gortin Ireland.

 

Minnie Tracey, Tyrone Ireland?, 1897, 24 years, single, to Frank 13 W 17th St NYC, 11 years USA

 

Minnie Tracey, Glasgow Scotland, 1908, 20 years, single, 5’3” fresh complexion, fair hair, blue eyes, from Chas Campbell? 275 W Princes? St Creschal? Glasgow. To uncle Wm? Tracey, 1405 Ingersol St, Philadelphia Pa, b. Tyrone Ireland

 

Patrik Tracey, Omagh (Tyrone Ireland?), 1893, 21 years, to Pittsburg Pa, departed from Moville

 

Peter Tracy, Belfast Antrim? Ireland, 1910, 49 years, single, clergyman, lived Belfast Ireland. Mother Ellen Tracey, Post Office, Cranagh, Co. Tyrone. To Goldhorne NSW Aust. To Grldhrone? New S Wales Australia. 5’8”, dk complexion, dk hair, dk eyes, b. Brauagh Co, Tyrone Ireland

 

Peter Tracey, Omagh Tyrone? Ireland, 1915, 40 years, farmer, single, 5’11”, fair complexion, grey hair, hazel eyes, Sister: Mary Tracey, Cashel, Mountfield, Omagh Co. Tyrone. Friend: Thos? Carlin, Castle Str, Pittsburgh Pa, b. Omagh Tyrone Ireland [STAMPED Deported, In hospital & Discharged]

 

Thomas Tracy, Onagh (Omagh Tyrone? Ireland), 1901, 29 years, single, shopman, Irish, lived Omagh, to Philadelphia, to Coz? Faiah? Ml? Donala

 

William Treacey, Cork City Ireland, 1921, 27 years, single, shop assistant. Friend: Mrs Conran, 13 Richmond Hill, Cork City, Co Cork. brother-in-law paid passage, Brother-in-law: Michael Morris, 9060? Doaring Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 5’10”, sallow complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. b. Newtown Stewart Co. Tyrone, Ireland.

 

United States Naturalization Petitions

Barney Tracey, born 22 Apr 1884 Strabane, [Tyrone] Ireland. Naturalised 1912 Philadelphia, Pa. Spouse's Mary Tracey born 12 Oct 1891

Bernard Tracey, born 15 May 1897 Strabone, Vietoria Bridge, Tyrone Ireland. Naturalised 1923 & 1925 New York. Spouse's Brigid Tracey born 29 Dec 1896 Children Francis

Patrick Tracey born 11 Nov 1925, Elizabeth Ann Tracey born 04 Nov 1927, Bridgid Marie Tracey born 17 Jul 1930

Edward Tracey, born 16 Nov 1892 Benefreghan, Co Tyrone, Ireland. Naturalised 1929 New York City, NY. Spouse's Mary Tracey born 04 Jul 1896

Edward Tracey, born 16 Nov 1892 County Tyrone, Ireland. Naturalised 1922 Brooklyn, NY

Margaret Tracey, born 22 Nov 1906 Aughnamerrigan, Co Tyrone, Ireland. Naturalised 1931 & 1934 New York

 

1893 Return of judicial rents

Charles Tracey Aghalane & another Tyrone, landlord Sir William McMahon Bart., 14a/0r/0p, poor valuation £8/15/0, old rent £9/0/0, new rent £8/0/0

 

Robert Tracy: The Will of Eliza Jane Glass late of 6 Hazlett-square Belfast Widow who died 15 January 1894 at same place was proved at Belfast by Robert Tracy of Cormullagh County Tyrone Farmer and William Watson of Eskreagh County Tyrone Book Agent the Executors. Date Of Grant: 23/11/1894 Effects: Effects £48 4s. 6d.

 

June 18 1894 Philadelphia Inquirer (Pennsylvania)

Tracy - On June 14 1894, Owen son of the late Owen and Ann Tracy of County Tyrone Ireland, aged 32 years.

Owen Tracy, 35, b. 1859 Co. Tyrone, Ireland, driver, d. 11 Jun 1894 Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania of accidental pistol shot wound

Marital Status: Married

33rd Ward, 212 Glenwood Ave

Buried: 18 Jun 1894 New Cathedral Cem.

 

2 July 1895 (BL) Petty Sessions

Anne Treacy, of Brook Street, Omnagh, was brought up and charged by Constable Wiseman with being drunk and disorderly on the public street, and assaulting her husband.

 

October 31, 1896 News from Ireland Ulster

Rev. P. Treacy, Johnstown

 

1897 Return of judicial rents

Patricks Tracey of Facarry Tyrone, landlord Elizabeth J. McCausland & anr, 65a/3r/20p, poor valuation £15/0/0, old rent £21/0/0, new rent 1 £15/0/0, new rent 2 £12/10/0

Edward Tracey of Facarry Tyrone, landlord Elizabeth J. McCausland & anr, 14a/3r/0p, poor valuation £8/5/0, old rent £12/0/0, new rent 1 £8/10/0, new rent 2 £6/2/0

 

March 1897 Omagh Petty Sessions

...Wm. Tracey...school attendence order...

 

April 19, 1898 (FJ) Evicted Tenants Fund

Greencastle, Tyrone...1s...E. Treacey...6d...F. Treacy...

 

1898 Return of judicial rents

Charles Treacey of Facarry Tyrone, landlord Eliza McCauskand & anr, 22a/2r/9p, poor valuation £6/15/0, old rent £8/5/0, new rent 1 £5/10/0, new rent 2 £4/4/5

 

 

John Treacy: Administration of the Estate of John Treacy late of Merchantstown Mountfield County Tyrone Farmer who died 4 August 1901 granted at Londonderry to Minnie McGurk Married Woman. Date Of Grant: 10/08/1917 Effects: Effects £144 5s.

 

CHILD GUARDIANSHIP—CASE OF CATHERINE MILLER.HC Deb 23 May 1901 vol 94 cc978-9 978

§ MR. CULLINAN (Tipperary, S.) I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland if his attention has been called to an application at the Newtownstewart petty sessions, on 16th May, by the Reverend Peter Tracy, for the committal of Catherine Miller, aged 7, to Strabane Industrial School, on the ground that she was wandering about and under improper guardianship; whether he is aware that the applicant deposed that the child 979 lived alone with her grandfather, who was unable to look after her; that she spent her time wandering about in a filthy state; and that this evidence was corroborated by Constable Burns; and seeing that the magistrates declined to grant the application, whether he will direct the magistrates to formally commit the child at the next petty sessions.

§ MR. WYNDHAM I am informed that the hearing of the application to commit this child to an industrial school was adjourned by the magistrates to the next petty sessions to enable the Reverend Mr. Tracy to produce further evidence in support of his application. The Government cannot give any directions to the magistrates, as suggested.

 

 

 

 1901 Census of Ireland

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

 

Mar 5 1901, Patk Treacy, tenant, Mrs Mary McCrystal, landlord, Merchantstown Globe, Omagh, Tyrone, 20a2r10p, £6.15.0 valuation, £7.70 rent, £4.14.0 judicial rent

Feb 5 1914, Patkrick Treacy, tenant, Mrs Mary McCrystal, landlord, Merchantstown Globe, Omagh, Tyrone, 20a2r25p, £4.12.0 valuation, £4.14.0 rent, £107 purchase price and advance, 22.7 years

 

'Noordland', Liverpool to Phila 28 Oct 1901

Ellen Tracey/Tracy, 30, b. 1871 Ireland, lived Cranagh [Tyrone], lived US from 1891 to 6 July 1901, to home 1325 N Howard St Phila. To sister who met her. [with Cassie McBride? 37?]

 

1902 Return of Advances made under the Land Act - Estate of Emma Lady Osborne

April 19 1901 Edward Tracy of Faearry Tyrone, Landlord Alexander O.S. McCausland, 14a/3r/6p, rent £6/2/0, judical, price £127, advance £122

 

Sessional Papers, Great Britain Parliament. House of Commons 1902

E.R. Wade (Legal) R.W. Craddock, G.A.F. Cochrane?

14093

1901. Mar. 5,

Patk. Treacy

Mrs. Mary McCrystal

Omagh

Morchantstown Glebe

 

May 31, 1913 (CT) Irish Ireland - Ann Tracy, Irish Traditional Singer by Carl G. Hardebeck

 

1906 [Cd. 3238] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish Land Act, 1903, during the period from 1st November, 1903, to 31st December, 1905 - Tyrone

Dec 8 1904, Patrick Tracey, Faccary, 65a2r30p, £12.10.0 rent, judical, £240 purchase and advance, Estate of AOS McCausland

Dec 8 1904, Charles Tracy, Faccary, 22a2r0p, £4.4.5 rent, judical, £85 purchase and advance, Estate of AOS McCausland

 

1905 Kelly's Directory

Rev. Peter Tracy C.C. Barrack st. Strabane, co. Tyrone

 

Patrick Tracy: Probate of the Will of Patrick Tracy late of Cloughfin County Tyrone Farmer who died 17 June 1905 granted at Armagh to The Reverend Peter Tracy Roman Catholic Curate. Date Of Grant: 28/11/1905 Effects: Effects £267 5s. 10d.

Mary Tracy: Administration of the Estate of Mary Tracy late of Dungiven County Londonderry Spinster who died 3 March 1909 granted at Londonderry to The Reverend Peter Tracy R.C.C. [Tyrone?] Date Of Grant: 05/06/1909 Effects: Effects £260 14s. 4d

 

James Tracey: Administration of the Estate of James Tracey late of Synshin County Tyrone Farmer who died 15 April 1906 granted at Armagh to Mary Tracey the Widow. Date Of Grant: 28/11/1908 Effects: Effects £243

 

Feb 6 1906, Michael Tracy, Drumshambo Glebe, 24a3r15p, £13.15.0 valuation, £10.0.0 rent, not judicial, £196 purchase price and advance

Feb 6 1906, Rose Ann Tracey, Drumshambo Glebe, 13a3r35p, £7.5.0 valuation, £7.5.0 rent, judicial, £146 purchase price and advance

 

Jun 13 1907, Robert Tracey, Cormullagh & Eskragh Tyrone, 13a3r25p & 2a3r15p, £15 valuation, £10.17.6 rent, judical, £279 purchase price and advance

 

Feb 6 1908 Michael Tracy of Drumshambo Tyrone, 24a/3r/15p, value £13/15/0, rent £10/0/0, not judical, price £196, advance £196

 

Mallon Thomas of Innishatieve Carrickmore county Tyrone farmer died 12 July 1908 Administration Londonderry 11 August to Roseann Tracey widow.  Effects £70 2s.

 

Robert Tracy: Probate of the Will of Robert Tracy late of Cormullagh County Tyrone Farmer who died 4 January 1909 granted at Armagh to Alexander Heggarty Rural Postman. Date Of Grant: 09/03/1910 Effects: Effects £160

 

Aug 1910 Border Crossings From Canada to United States

Wm Robert Tracy, aged 27 years, of Tyrone, arrived at Port Huron, Michigan

 

1910 Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory

Cookstown, County Tyrone

Michael Tracey, Drumshambo

Strabane, County Tyrone and Lifford, County Donegal

Rev. P. Tracey C.C. Roman Catholic Church:

 

 

 

1911 Census of Ireland

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

 

1912 The Ulster Covenant

David J Tracey, Cormullagh, Tyrone: South

Eliza Jane Tracey, Cormullagh, Tyrone: South

Harriett A Treacy, Termon Carrickmore, Tyrone: Mid.

 

 

Jan 20, 1914 (FJ) Death

...Gaelic League Circles...wife of Carl V. Hardebeck, of Belfast...one of her most recent essays at verse was a touching little poem on the death of Anne Treacy, a traditional singer from County Tyrone, whom she had visited and helped to cheer when a patient in the Mater Hospital, belfast.

 

1914-1918 Ireland’s Memorial Records

Thomas Tracey. Reg. No. 111151. Rank Private, The Royal Fusiliers 4th Garrison batt (formerly Royal Munster Fusiliers). Died home 28/10/1918. Born Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

 

1914-1920 British Army WWI Service & Pension Records

James Tracey, b. abt 1876, Douaghady, Tyrone,  

James Tracey, b. abt 1882, Drumiagh, Tyrone,  

James Tracey, b. abt 1896, Drumiagh, Tyrone,  

John Tracey, b. abt 1882, Dromore, Tyrone,  

John Tracey, b. abt 1888, Drumore, Tyrone,  

Patrick Tracey, b. abt 1881, Dumhaday, Tyrone,  

William Tracey, b. abt 1882, Omagh, Tyrone,  

William Tracey, b. abt 1895, Ardstraw, Tyrone

 

Mar 15, 1915 (FJ) Funeral of the Very Rev Canon Rice

...The chief mourners were - Bernard and John Rice (brothers) Mrs Woods and Miss Rice (sisters) John Rafferty (nephew), Rev. Peter Treacy, Strabane; Michael Treacy and Bernard Treacy (Cousins)...

 

22 Jan 1916 Donegal News

Harbouring a deserter...Omagh Petty Sessions...Felix Conlan St Brigets Terrace...Private James Treacy who was a deserter from the Royal Imiscalling Fusiliers was in the house of Bridget Conlan...

 

5 February 1916 Ulster Herald

Mountfield... UIL...Mr Patrick Treacy JP...

4 Mar 1916 Ulster Herald

Mountfield and KillyClogher Branch...appointed to mid-Tyrone Executive - Messrs Patrick Tracy J.P...

 

15 July 1916 Ulster Herald

Late Mr Thos Traynor JP, Aughabrack Donemana....Thomas Tracey (nephew)...

 

5 August 1916 Donegal News

Greencastle...anti-partition league...Edward Treacy...

 

9 Sep 1916 Ulster Herald

Fintona Petty Session...charged Annie Treacy, Fintona, under the Children's Act...two children, Anmie .Treacy, aged 8 years, and Edward Treacy 10 years...Dromore Road...Acting Sargeant Emerson...Mrs Donnelly neighbour...in bed toghether...a good deal of shouting and signing...This is your first time in court...the worth feature of the case was the shocking language which had been made use of by defendant...have the power to send you to jail for one year...fourteen days...

 

Sep 14, 1916 (IT) Wounded

Liverpool Regiment...Tracey, 4557, W. (Omagh)

Nov 3, 1916 (IT) Wounded

King's (Liverpool Regiment)...Tracey, 4557, W. (Omagh)

 

Mary Anne Treacy: Probate of the Will of Mary Anne Treacy late of Merchantstown Mountfield County Tyrone Widow who died 6 February 1916 granted at Londonderry to Minnie McGurk Married Woman. Date Of Grant: 25/05/1917 Effects: Effects £48 1s. 8d.

 

Dec 22, 1917 (IT)

Edward Tracey, Glenchiel, Co. Tyrone, was fined £50, to be mitigated to £12.10s, with a recommendation for further reduction, at the Gortin (Co. Tyrone) Petty Sessions on Saturday for failing to collect the entertainment duty at a public entertainment on Sunday 26th August. For the defence it was contended that the entertainment was for educational purposes and was exempt from duty.

January 12, 1918 The Gaelic American

Tyrone. Gaelic League Hampered.

At Gortin Petty sessions a line of £1210s was imposed in a prosecution against Edward Treacy, Glenchiel, for running an entertainment without making the necessary arrangments for the collection of duty. For the defence it was stated that the object of the function was to provide funds for the Gaelic League, which it was urged, was an education object, and was exempted from tax.

 

1918 Directory

Omagh...Magistrates...Patk. Tracy...Farmers...Patrick Tracey, Fecarry...

 

Jan 17, 1919 (IT) Scene at Nationalist Meeting

Four men named Conway, Tracey, Mahon and Daly, all residing in the Gortin district were arrested yesterday morning...charged..with using seditious language on the occasion of a Nationalist meeting during the General Election...remanded on bail.

 

1919 [Cmd. 57, 68, 370] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish Land Purchase Acts, during the months of January, February and March, 1917. - Tyrone

6th December 1917, Patrick Tracy, Knockaleery, 22a0r0p, £7 valuation, £6.12.0 rent, not judicial, £130 price and advance, 19.6 years

 

1920 Irish Catholic directory

Benignus Tracey, Brother, Augustinian, John Street, Dublin

Brendan Treacy, c.ss.r., St. Joseph's, Dundalk

John Tracy/Treacy, c.ss.r., Redemptorist, Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick

Michael Tracy, C.C., St. Michael's, Limerick. Chaplin of Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Mount St. Vincent Female Orphanage, Limerick.

Nicholas Treacy, Rev, B.A., D.D., Oblates, Belcamp Hall, Raheny, Dublin.

Patrick Tracey, (Canon), P.P., Kilmurry, Crookstown Cork

Patrick Tracey, Sunday's Well, Cork

Patrick Tracey/Treacy, P.P., Conahy, Jenkinstown, Co. Kilkenny

Peter Tracy, C.C., Strabane, Tyrone

 

British Postal Service Appointments

Mary J Tracy, 1920, Ballymena [Antrim]

Mary J Tracy, 1921, Omagh [Tyrone]

Mary J Tracy, 1923, Portrush [Antrim]

 

Apr 20, 1921 (FJ)

A one-armed ex-soldier named William Treacy, while fishing for pike in the Drimmagh river, near Omagh, on Monday evening, captured a fine trout...

 

May 9, 1922 (IT) Strabane Golf Club

...Rev Peter Tracey, CC, was unanimously elected captain for the year...

Dec 23, 1922 (FJ) Tyrone Nationalists and Belfast Government

...seconded by Father Treacy, CC, Strabane...

Feb 28, 1923 (FJ) Rifles in Ceiling

...The Rev. Peter Tracey, CC, Strabane, secretary of the North Tyrone Nationalist Registration Association...

Dec 27, 1924 (IT) Northern Ireland

...St. Eugene's Temperance Society, Strabane...Father Tracey...

 

1922-1926

Edward Tracey, Co. Tyrone. HA/5/2129

 

‘Haverford’, Liverpool to Phil 23rd April 1923.

Hannah Tracey, 24, b. 1899 Dungannon [Tyrone] Ireland, Father J. Herr, Boland, Dungannon. To Husband D.J. Tracey, Berwyyn, Philadeplia, Penn. Here 6 months. 5'3", fair complexion, fair hair, grey eyes.

Robert Andrew Tracey, 7 years, b. 1916 Dungannon Ireland, Grandfather J. Kerr, Boland, Dungannon. To father D.J. Tracey, Berwyyn, Philadeplia, Penn. Here 6 months.

John Samuel Tracey, 5, b. 1918 Dungannon Ireland, lived Dungannon, grandfather J Kerr Bolabd Dungannon Ireland, to father D.J. Tracey Berwyn Philadelphia Pa. Here 6 Mos [wth three]

David Treacey, 2 years, b. 1921 Dungannon Ireland, Grandfather J. Kerr, Boland, Dungannon. To father D.J. Tracey, Berwyyn, Philadeplia, Penn. Here 6 months.

'Haverford', Liverpool to Phila 23 Apr 1923

 

Mar 4, 1924 (IT) Northern Ireland

...James Tracey, Brook street Omagh...children. His wife...

Oct 16, 1924 (FJ) Ulster

At Omagh, James Tracey...three young children...

 

Oct 24 1923 (FJ) Ulster

From Wexford to Tyrone. - Miss I. [L?] Treacy (Wexford), Derrchrin, N.S. Coagh [Tyrone] has been appointed assistant teacher in Stewartstown N.S. No.2, in succession to Miss Annie Kelly resigned on marriage.

 

Sep 1, 1925 (IT) Omagh Publicans Pay

...Edward Tracey, Castle street, found on the premises during prohibited hours...fined 10s...

 

McArdle Peter of Cloughfin county Tyrone farmer died 1 May 1925 Probate Londonderry 6 July to Bernard Tracey and Owen Corr farmers.  Effects £345 5s.

 

Board of Trade – Central Register of Seamen

Tracey J 19/10/1926 Strabane Co. Tyrone. R308450

 
Montcalm 3 May 1926 Canada
Owen Tracey, 21, farm labourer, of Pivemiletown, Co, Tyrone, Destined for: Land settlement ranch. Mother: Mrs M. Tracey, Cols, Pivemiletown.
 
Apr 19, 1927 (IT) Royal Dublin Society's Long Service Awards [bad copy]
...Class A...Medal and Diploma...James Tracey, Clogher...
 
Apr 28, 1928 (IT) Northern Ireland
...James Tracey, Aughnamerrigan...Omagh...illicit spirits...
 

Montcalm 28 Jul 1928 Canada

Michael Treacy, 30, b. Clogher, Co. Tyrone. Brother-in-law: Mr. Ptk. Brown, Box 392, Stettler, Alta. Brother: Mr. John Treacy, Cloghan, Offaly.

 

11 April 1930 Belfast Gazette

Holdings subject to Judical Rents fixed between the 15th August 1896 and the 16th August 1911
Mary Tracey (widow), Tullywiggan, Tullyhogue, Co. Tyrone, map 2, 25a2r23p, rent £14, annuity £11.10.6, purchase £242.12.8
 
6 June 1930 & 1st August 1930 Belfast Gazette
Holdings subject to Judical Rents fixed between the 15th August 1896 and the 16th August 1811 [1911]
Sarah Treacy (spinster), Cranagh, Plumbridge, Co. Tyrone, map 10, 22a3r16p, rent £4.2.0, annuity £3.7.6 purcharse £71.1.
Edward Treacy, Cranagh, Plumbridge, Co. Tyrone, map 11, 9a3r23p, rent £1.17.0, annuity £1.10.6, purchase £32.2.1
Estate of James Graham
Thomas Tracey, Lisnaragh, Irish, Donemana, Co. Tyrone, map 1, 22a3r18p & part 14a0r30p, rent £10, anuity £8.4.8, purchase £173.6.8
 

12 December 1930 Belfast Gazette

Land Purchase Commission

Michael Tracey, Killucan, Dunamore, Cookstown, Co. Tyrone

 

29 May 1931 & 14 August 1931 Belfast Gazette

Holdings subject to rents other than judical rents
Bridget Treacey (wife of Patrick Treacey), Mullaslin, Six Mile Cross, Co. Tyrone, map 9, 23a1r0p, rent £1.5.0, anuity £1.0.6, purchase £21.11.7

Catherine Treacey (widow), Mullaghslin, Six Mile Cross, Co. Tyrone, map 60b, 61, 5a1r0p, rent £0.12.6, anuity £0.10.4, purchase £10.17.7

Holdings subject to Judical Rents fixed between the 15th August 1896 and the 16th August 1911

Bridget Treacey (wife of Patrick Treacey), Merchantstown, Brackey PO, Six Mile Cross, Co. Tyrone, map 6, 6a, 13a0r20p, rent £1.17.0, anuity £1.10.6, purchase £32.2.1
 

10 July 1931 & 15 January 1832 Belfast Gazette

Holdings subject to Judicial Rents fixed between the 15th August 1896 and the 16th August 1811[1911]

James Tracey & John Tracey, Binnafreaghan Mountfield Co. Tyrone, Map 12 12a 13 13a, 56a3r36p, rent £8.17.0, annuity £7.5.8, purchase price £153.6.9

Edward Tracey & 2 others, c/o James Tracey Binnafreaghan Mountfield Co. Tyrone, map 15 15a 15b 18 18a 19 21b, 42a2r38p, rent £7.0.0, annuity 5.15.0, purchase price £121.4.7

Holdings subject to Judical Rents fixed before the 15th August 1896

Peter Treacy & 6 others, Brackagh, Mountfield, Co. Tyrone, map 1 to 8, 329a0r1p, rent £17.6.8, annuity £12.12.4, purchase £265.12.3

 

10July 1931 & 18 September 1931 Belfast Gazette

Holdings subject to Judical Rents fixed before the 16th August 1896

James Tracey & Michael Tracey, Aghnamirigan, Drumlea P.O., Gortin, Co. Tyrone, map 20, 21, 22, 55a2r18p [Aghnamirigan], 47, 48, 1a2r14p [Binnafreaghan], rent £11.0.0, anuity £8.0.2, purchase £168.11.11
Francis Tracey & 2 others, Binnafreaghan, Mountfield, Co. Tyrone, map 26, 27, 27a, 28, 29a, 52a.1r4p, rent £7.5.0, anuity £5.5.6, purchase £111.1.1

Estate of Perceval Cambell Gaussen and Edward John French...

Holding subject to Judical rents fixed before the 16th August 1896

Mary Tracey (spinster) & 4 other, Aghalans, Mountfield, Co. Tyrone, map 49 to 54, 59, 82a0r13p, rent £10, annuity £7.5.8, purchase £153.6.8

 

Bogue Mary of Cole county Tyrone widow died 28 February 1935 Probate Londonderry 25 March to Hugh Tracey farmer.  Effects £89 10s.

 

McAleer James of Killins county Tyrone farmer died 22 April 1936 Probate Londonderry 15 May to James McGuire and Michael Tracey farmers.  Effects £13.

 

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

David John Tracey b. 12 May 1889 Tyrone, Ireland Residence: Delaware, Pennsylvania

Edward Tracey b. 16 Nov 1892 Tyrone, Ireland Residence: New York, New York

 

MacCann reverend Thomas of Coalisland county Tyrone parish priest died 25 February 1942 Probate Londonderry 21 October to reverend Peter Tracy and reverend Charles McAvinchey catholic curates.  Effects £1442 11s. 10d.

 

18 June 1943 Belfast Gazette

…21st day of October 1942 to Reverend Peter Tracy of Stewartstown…Tyrone, Catholic Curates…

 

10 July 1943 Londonderry Sentinel

Augher Castle Sold... occupation of the late Lieut.-Colonel R. C. Smythe, C.M.G., D. 5.0., has been sold to Mrs, Treaccy, wife of Squadron-Leader Treacey. Mrs. Treaccy is a daughter of Mrs. Smyth, Londonderry, and of the late Mr. R. H. Smyth, H.M.V.L...

Francis C. (Squadron Leader) (Col) (Frank) Tracey married Barbara Wilson Smyth 1931 in Ireland

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 FAMILY HISTORIES

 

Combined Fermanagh and Tyrone Baptisms Irish World Family History Services

 

By Date

Alphabetical

 

ANN TRACY 1784

JAMES TRACEY 1811

CHARLES TREACY 1815

MARY TREACY 1822

JAMES TREACY 1823

JOHN TRASY 1825

ANN TREACY 1825

EDWARD TREACY 1826

JAS TRACEY 1827

PATRICK TREACY 1829

MARGARET TREACY 1830

CHARLES TEACY 1830

MARGARET TREACY 1830

MICHAEL TREACY 1835

BRIDGET TRACY 1835

CONST'NE TRASEY 1835

BERNARD TREASY 1835

MARY TREASEY 1835

PETER TREASEY 1835

FRANCIS TREASY 1836

BERNARD TRACY 1837

MARY TRACY 1837

EUGENE TRACY 1837

JAMES TREASEY 1837

PATRICK TREASEY 1837

JAMES TRACY 1838

JOHN TRACY 1839

HUGH TREASEY 1839

EDWARD TREACEY 1839

EUGENE TREASY 1839

MICHAEL TREASY 1839

CATHERINE TRACEY 1840

PATRICK TREACY 1842

PATRICK TRACY 1842

MICK TREASY 1842

DANIEL TRACY 1843

JOHN TREACY 1844

BIDY TRACY 1844

JANE TREACY 1845

EUGENE TREACY 1845

EDWARD TREACY 1845

THOMAS TREASY 1845

JAMES TREASY 1846

JAMES TREASY 1846

BRIGID TREACY 1848

PATRICK TRACY 1848

MARY TRACEY 1848

ANN TRACEY 1848

BERD TRACY 1848

MARGARET TREACY 1850

ANDREW TRACY 1852

ELEONER TREACEY 1853

FRANCIS TREACY 1853

PATRICK TREACY 1854

MARY TRACY 1858

MARY TRACEY 1859

MARY TRACY 1859

BRIDGET TRACY 1862

THOMAS TRACY 1864

BRIDGET TRACY 1864

PETER TRACEY 1864

THOMAS TRACEY 1864

BRIDGET TRACEY 1864

THOMAS TRACEY 1864

ROSE TRACY 1865

JAMES TRACY 1865

BRIDGET TRACY 1865

JAMES TRACEY 1865

PATRICK TRACEY 1865

ISABELLA TRACEY 1865

WILLIAM TEASEY 1865

JANE ELIZABETH TEASEY 1865

BRIDGET TREACY 1865

PETER TRACY 1865

MARY TREACY 1865

ANNE TRACY 1865

MARY TRACY 1866

ANN TRACEY 1866

JAMES TRACEY 1866

MARY TRACY 1866

ANNE TRACY 1866

PHILLIP TREACY 1866

PATRICK TRACY 1867

BRIDGET TRACY 1867

CATHERINE TRACY 1867

PATRICK TRACEY 1867

JOHN TRACEY 1867

BERNARD TREACY 1867

SARAH TRACY 1867

JOHN TEASEY 1867

MICHAEL TRACY 1867

CATHERINE TRACEY 1867

BERNARD TRACEY 1867

SARAH TRACEY 1867

ELIZA TREACY 1867

UNKNOWN TRACY 1867

JAMES TRACEY 1868

FRANCIS TRACY 1868

HUGH TRACEY 1868

SARAH JANE TEASEY 1868

JAMES TRACEY 1868

THOMAS TEACEY 1868

SARAH JANE TEASEY 1868

PATRICK TRACY 1868

PATRICK TRACY 1868

ROSE TRACEY 1869

ANNE ELIZABETH TEASEY 1869

MICHAEL TRACEY 1869

SARAH TREACEY 1869

ELLEN TREACY 1869

SUSAN TRACEY 1869

FRANCIS TRACEY 1869

PETER TRACY 1869

MARY ANN TREACEY 1870

ELLEN TRACEY 1870

THOMAS TRACY 1870

ELLEN TRACY 1870

MARY TRACY 1870

WILLIAM TRACY 1870

PATRICK TRACY 1870

BERNARD TRACY 1870

WILLIAM JOHN TREACY 1870

EDWARD TREACY 1870

ROBERT TREACEY 1871

JAMES TRACEY 1871

THOMAS TREACY 1871

MARY TRACY 1871

ROBERT JAMES TEASEY 1871

WILLIAM THOMAS TEASEY 1871

JAMES TRACEY 1872

PETER TRACY 1872

THOMAS TRACY 1872

WILLIAM JOHN TRACY 1872

CATHERINE TRACEY 1872

MARY TRACEY 1872

ELLEN TRACEY 1872

EDWARD TRACEY 1872

JOHN TRACY 1872

JAMES TREACEY 1873

FRANCIS GEORGE TREACY 1873

PATRICK TREACY 1873

BRIDGET TRACEY 1873

FRANCIS JOSEPH TRACEY 1873

ROBERT JAMES JACKSON TEASEY 1873

MARGARET TEASEY 1873

JOHN JAMES TRACY 1873

EDWARD TRACY 1873

EDWARD TREACY 1873

JOHN TREACY 1874

JOHN TREACEY 1874

MICHAEL TREASY 1874

PATRICK TRACY 1874

ROSE TRACY 1874

CATHERINE TREACY 1874

ROSE ANNE TRACY 1874

MARY TRACY 1874

ARTHUR TRACY 1874

BRIDGET TRACY 1874

ANNE JANE TREACY 1875

THOMAS TRACY 1875

BRIDGET TRACY 1875

ELIZABETH TRACEY 1875

PATRICK TREACY 1875

MICHAEL TRACEY 1875

ELIZA TRACEY 1875

ELLEN TRACEY 1876

JAMES TRACEY 1876

JAMES TRACEY 1876

EDWARD TREACEY 1876

MARY ELLEN TREACY 1876

ANN TREACY 1876

ELLEN TRACEY 1876

OWEN TREASEY 1876

MICHAEL TRACY 1876

TERESA ELIZABETH TRACY 1876

PHILIP TRACY 1876

JOHN TRACY 1876

JAMES TREACY 1876

CATHERINE TRACY 1877

JOHN TRACY 1877

MARY ANNE TRACY 1877

PATRICK TREACY 1877

PETER TREACY 1877

PATRICK TREASY 1877

 TREACY 1877

THOMAS TREACEY 1878

BERNARD TREACEY 1878

JOSEPH TREACEY 1878

JOHN TRACY 1878

ROSE TREACY 1878

BRIDGET TRACY 1878

SUSAN TRACEY 1878

SARAH JANE TREACY 1878

BERNARD TRACEY 1878

JOSEPH TRACEY 1878

PATRICK TRACY 1878

ANNE TRACY 1878

MARY JANE TRACY 1878

PATRICK TRACEY 1879

PATRICK TREACEY 1879

ALICE TRACY 1879

PATRICK TREACEY 1879

MARY TREACY 1879

PATRICK FRANCIS TRACEY 1879

FRANCIS TRACY 1879

ANNIE TRACEY 1879

MARY JANE TRACEY 1879

ROSEY TRACEY 1879

THOMAS TRACY 1880

ROSE ANN TREACY 1880

JAMES TREACEY 1880

SUSAN TREACEY 1880

THOMAS TRACY 1880

MARGARET TRACY 1880

ROSE ANN TRACEY 1880

MICHEAL TRACEY 1880

MARY TRACEY 1881

CHARLES TRACEY 1881

JAMES TRACEY 1881

AGNES TREACEY 1881

WILLIAM TREACEY 1881

MARY TREACY 1881

BERNARD TRACY 1882

WILLIAM ROBERT TRACY 1882

ELLEN TREASY 1882

PATRICK TREACY 1882

WILLIAM JOSEPH TRACY 1882

JANE TREACY 1882

BRIDGET TREACY 1882

MARY ANNE TRACEY 1882

ELLEN TRACY 1882

JAMES TRACY 1882

CATHERINE TREACY 1882

JAMES TRACY 1882

ELLEN TRACEY 1883

JOHN TRACY 1883

BARNEY TRACY 1883

JAMES TRACEY 1883

MICHAEL TRACEY 1883

BRIDGET TRACY 1883

MARY JANE TRACY 1883

MICHAEL TREACY 1883

PATRICK TRACEY 1883

JAMES TREACY 1883

MARY TREACY 1883

ELLEN TREACY 1883

JAMES TREACY 1883

ELIZABETH TREACY 1884

SUSAN TREACY 1884

BRIDGET TREACY 1884

CATHERINE TREACEY 1884

ALPHONSUS TRACEY 1884

ELIZABETH ELLEN TREACY 1884

ALPHONSUS TRACEY 1884

SARAH ANNE TREACY 1885

PATRICK TRACY 1885

MARGARET TREACY 1885

CATHERINE TREACY 1886

UNKNOWN TREACY 1886

MARGARET VINCENT TRACY 1886

PHILIP TRACY 1886

PHILIP DANIEL TREACY 1886

JOHN TREACY 1886

BERNARD TREACY 1886

LIZZY TRACY 1886

MARY ANNE TRACEY 1886

EDWARD TRACY 1887

JOHN JAMES TREACY 1887

ROSE TRACEY 1887

MARY ELLEN TRACEY 1887

ANNE ELIZA TRACEY 1888

THOMAS TRACY 1888

ANNE TRACEY 1888

PATRICK TRACEY 1888

CHARLES HUGH TRACY 1888

PATRICK TRACEY 1888

JOHN THOMAS TRACY 1888

ANN TREACY 1888

ELIZA JANE TRACY 1888

CATHERINE JANE TRACY 1889

THOMAS TREACY 1889

FRANCIS TREACY 1889

PETER TREACY 1889

FRANCIS TREACY 1889

WILLIAM TRACEY 1889

DAVID JOHN TRACY 1889

UNKNOWN TRACY 1890

EUGENE TRACEY 1890

EDWARD JAMES TRACY 1890

DANIEL TRACY 1890

OWEN TREASY 1890

JOHN TRACEY 1890

PETER TREACY 1890

WILLIAM TRACEY 1891

MARY TRACEY 1891

PATRICK TRACEY 1891

MARY EMILY TRACEY 1891

HUGH TREACY 1891

THERESA TRACY 1891

PATRICK TREACY 1891

MARY TRACEY 1891

EDWARD TRACEY 1892

EDWARD TRACEY 1892

FRANCIS TRACEY 1892

UNKNOWN TRACEY 1892

SARAH TRACEY 1892

EDWARD TREACY 1892

JAMES TRACEY 1892

PATRICK TRACY 1892

CATHERINE TREACY 1892

HANNAH MARIA TREACY 1893

MARY JANE TREACY 1893

MARY ANNE TREACY 1893

EDWARD TREACEY 1893

BERNARD TRACEY 1893

PATRICK TRACEY 1893

MARY ANNE TREACY 1893

JAMES TREACY 1894

SARAH ANN TRACEY 1894

MICHAEL TRACEY 1894

PETER TRACEY 1894

JOHN JOSEPH TREACY 1894

MARY ANNE TREACY 1894

JOHN TREACY 1895

CHARLES TRACEY 1895

ANNE TRACEY 1895

JAMES TRACEY 1895

GERTRUDE FRANCES TREACY 1895

ANNE TRACY 1895

JAMES TRACEY 1895

PATRICK TREACY 1895

SARAH ANN TRACY 1895

JAMES TRACEY 1895

 TRACEY 1895

MARY ELLEN TRACY 1895

SARAH TRACY 1896

ELIZABETH AGNES TREACY 1896

JOHN TREACY 1896

FRANCIS TRACEY 1896

ANNE TRACEY 1896

ANNE TRACEY 1896

WILLIAM JOHN TREACY 1896

MICHAEL TREACY 1897

MICHAEL TREACY 1897

JOHN TRACEY 1897

MICHAEL TRACEY 1897

EUGINE TREACY 1897

THOMAS JAMES TREACY 1897

THOMAS TRACEY 1897

PATRICK JOSEPH TRACEY 1898

JAMES TRACEY 1898

MARGARET TRACEY 1898

PETER TREACY 1898

PATRICK SIDNEY TREACY 1898

JAMES JOSEPH TREACY 1898

WILLIAM JOHN TREACY 1899

PATRICK TRACEY 1899

MARY TREACY 1899

MARY TRACY 1899

MARGARET TRACEY 1899

MARGARET TRACEY 1899

MARY JANE TRACY 1899

MARGERY TRACEY 1899

BERNARD TREACY 1899

MARGARET TRACEY 1899

THOMAS LOUIS TREACY 1900

CATHERINE TREACY 1900

MARY ANNE TREACY 1900

MAGGIE AGNES TRACY 1900

JOHN TRACEY 1900

ELIZABETH JANE TRACEY 1900

PATRICK TREACY 1900

SARAH ANNE GERTRUDE TREACY 1901

VINCENT TREACY 1901

CHARLES TRACY 1901

ELLEN TREACY 1901

ANNE TRACEY 1901

PATRICK TRACEY 1901

MARY ANNE TREACY 1901

MARGRET ELLEN TREACY 1901

JOSEPH TRACEY 1901

TIMOTHY TREACY 1902

JOHN TREACY 1902

BERNARD TREACY 1902

JOHN TREACY 1902

MARY ANNE TREACY 1902

MARGARET TRACEY 1902

PATRICK TRACEY 1902

SUSAN TRACY 1902

ALICE TRACEY 1902

PATRICK TRACEY 1902

MARGARET TRACY 1902

ELIZA ANNE TREACY 1903

MARY ELLEN TREACY 1903

MARY TRACEY 1903

THOMAS TREACY 1903

PATRICK FRANCIS TREACY 1903

MICHAEL TREACY 1904

CHARLES JEREMIAH TREACY 1904

MARY BRIDGET TRACY 1904

MARY BRIDGET TRACY 1904

THOMAS TREACY 1904

JOHN TRACEY 1904

JOSEPH EUGENE TRACEY 1904

MARY BRIDGET TRACY 1904

MARY JANE TREACY 1904

HUGH CYRIL TREACY 1904

ELIZABETH TREACY 1904

MARY CATHERINE TRACEY 1905

JOHN JAMES TRACEY 1905

OWEN TRACY 1905

PATRICK TRACEY 1905

PATRICK TRACY 1905

CATHERINE TRACEY 1905

ALPHONSUS TRACY 1905

MARGARET ANNE TRACEY 1905

PATRICK TREACY 1905

JOHN TREACY 1905

BRIDGET TRACEY 1905

MARGARET TRACEY 1906

PATRICK JAMES TREACY 1906

ALICE BRIDGET TREACY 1906

ANNE TRACEY 1906

PATRICK TRACY 1906

MICHAEL TRACEY 1906

SARAH ELLEN TRACEY 1907

MARY AGNES TRACEY 1907

PATRICK TREACY 1907

PATRICK TREACY 1907

MARY ELLEN TRACEY 1907

MARY BRIDGET TREACY 1907

PETER PAUL TREACY 1907

PATRICK THOMAS TREACY 1907

PATRICK TRACEY 1907

FRANCIS JOSEPH TRACY 1908

JOHN JAMES TRACEY 1908

ELIZABETH SARAH TREACY 1908

SARAH TREACY 1908

GEORGE TREACY 1908

THOMAS TREACY 1908

PETER TRACY 1908

PETER TRACY 1908

MICHAEL AUGUSTINE TREACY 1909

JAMES TREACY 1909

MARGARET TREACY 1909

EDWARD TRACEY 1909

FRANCIS TRACEY 1909

WILLIAM PATRICK TREACY 1909

JOHN TRACEY 1909

SUSAN TRACEY 1910

PATRICK TRACEY 1910

BRIDGET ELLEN TREACY 1910

THOMAS JOSEPH TREACY 1910

PATRICK TREACY 1910

JAMES TRACY 1910

JAMES TREACEY 1910

CYRIL TREACY 1911

CATHERINE BRIDGET TREACY 1911

WILLIAM FRANCIS TREACY 1911

MARGARET JANE TREACY 1911

MARY JOSEPHINE TRACEY 1911

JOHN TRACEY 1911

CHARLES TRACEY 1911

ANNIE TRACEY 1912

MARY ALICE TRACEY 1912

SARAH JANE TRACEY 1912

MICHAEL TREACEY 1912

MICHAEL TREACY 1912

MARY ANN TREACEY 1912

SUSAN TREACY 1912

BERNARD TRACY 1912

BRIGID CATHERINE TRACY 1912

BRIDGET CATHERINE TRACEY 1912

BERNARD TRACEY 1912

MARY ELLEN TREACY 1913

PETER FRANCIS TREACY 1913

MAGGIE ELLEN TREACY 1913

PATRICK JAMES TREACY 1913

PETER JAMES TREACY 1913

JAMES TREACY 1913

HUGH ANTHONY TRACEY 1913

BRYAN GERARD TRACEY 1913

HUGH ANTHONY TRACEY 1913

BRYAN GERARD TRACEY 1913

MAGGIE TRACEY 1913

FRANCIS MICHAEL TRACEY 1913

EDWARD TRACEY 1913

JOHN JOSEPH TRACEY 1914

ANDREW TRACEY 1914

EDWARD JOSEPH TRACEY 1914

KATHELEENA MATILDA TRACEY 1914

MARY ANNE TRACEY 1914

MARGARET ELIZABETH TREACEY 1914

ANNIE TERESA TREACY 1914

CATHERINE BRIDGET TREACY 1914

THOMAS JOSEPH TREACY 1914

TERESA TREACY 1914

JOHN JOSEPH TRACEY 1914

MARY TRACY 1914

BRIDGET TRACY 1915

CATHERINE TREACEY 1915

PATRICK JOSEPH TREACY 1915

MARY ANN TRACEY 1915

NORAH TRACEY 1915

BRIDGET TRACY 1915

BRIDGET TRACEY 1915

MARY ELLEN TREACY 1915

LETITIA TREACY 1915

WILLIAM JOHN TREACY 1916

SARAH MAGGIE TREACY 1916

ELIZABETH SUSAN TREACY 1916

BRIDGET AGNES TREACY 1916

BERNARD TRACY 1916

FRANCIS JAMES TRACEY 1916

BERNARD TRACEY 1916

PETER JOSEPH TRACEY 1916

MARY TRACEY 1916

FRANCIS JAMES TRACEY 1916

MAGGIE JANE TREACY 1916

MARY CATHERINE TRACEY 1917

ELLEN VERONICA TRACEY 1917

ANN VERONICA TRACEY 1917

ROSE ANNE TREACY 1917

PATRICK TREACY 1917

CATHERINE TREACY 1917

EDWARD PATRICK TRACEY 1917

MARY CATHERINE TRACEY 1917

JOHN SAMUEL TRACEY 1917

MARGARET TRACEY 1918

PATRICK TRACEY 1918

SARAH JOSEPHINE TREACY 1918

AGNES TREACY 1918

ALICE MARY TREACEY 1918

MARY AGNES TREACY 1918

PATRICK TREACY 1918

MARY ELIZABETH TREACEY 1919

EILEEN TRACEY 1919

FRANCIS TRACEY 1919

MICHAEL JAMES TRACEY 1919

MICHAEL JAMES TRACEY 1919

MARGARET MARY TRACEY 1919

MARGARET MARY TRACEY 1919

PHILIP ANDREW TREACY 1920

HUGH VINCENT TREACY 1920

JAMES TRACEY 1920

JAMES TRACEY 1920

ANNA TREACY 1920

JOHN THOMAS TREACY 1920

DAVID TRACEY 1920

KATHLEEN TRACEY 1920

MICHAEL JOHN TRACY 1920

ETA JOSEPHINE TRACEY 1921

JOHN TREACY 1921

ALPHONSIUS GERALD TRACEY 1924

 

 

 

TREACY 1877

TRACEY 1895

AGNES TREACEY 1881

AGNES TREACY 1918

ALICE BRIDGET TREACY 1906

ALICE MARY TREACEY 1918

ALICE TRACEY 1902

ALICE TRACY 1879

ALPHONSIUS GERALD TRACEY 1924

ALPHONSUS TRACEY 1884

ALPHONSUS TRACEY 1884

ALPHONSUS TRACY 1905

ANDREW TRACEY 1914

ANDREW TRACY 1852

ANN TRACEY 1848

ANN TRACEY 1866

ANN TRACY 1784

ANN TREACY 1825

ANN TREACY 1876

ANN TREACY 1888

ANN VERONICA TRACEY 1917

ANNA TREACY 1920

ANNE ELIZA TRACEY 1888

ANNE ELIZABETH TEASEY 1869

ANNE JANE TREACY 1875

ANNE TRACEY 1888

ANNE TRACEY 1895

ANNE TRACEY 1896

ANNE TRACEY 1896

ANNE TRACEY 1901

ANNE TRACEY 1906

ANNE TRACY 1865

ANNE TRACY 1866

ANNE TRACY 1878

ANNE TRACY 1895

ANNIE TERESA TREACY 1914

ANNIE TRACEY 1879

ANNIE TRACEY 1912

ARTHUR TRACY 1874

BARNEY TRACY 1883

BERD TRACY 1848

BERNARD TRACEY 1867

BERNARD TRACEY 1878

BERNARD TRACEY 1893

BERNARD TRACEY 1912

BERNARD TRACEY 1916

BERNARD TRACY 1837

BERNARD TRACY 1870

BERNARD TRACY 1882

BERNARD TRACY 1912

BERNARD TRACY 1916

BERNARD TREACEY 1878

BERNARD TREACY 1867

BERNARD TREACY 1886

BERNARD TREACY 1899

BERNARD TREACY 1902

BERNARD TREASY 1835

BIDY TRACY 1844

BRIDGET AGNES TREACY 1916

BRIDGET CATHERINE TRACEY 1912

BRIDGET ELLEN TREACY 1910

BRIDGET TRACEY 1864

BRIDGET TRACEY 1873

BRIDGET TRACEY 1905

BRIDGET TRACEY 1915

BRIDGET TRACY 1835

BRIDGET TRACY 1862

BRIDGET TRACY 1864

BRIDGET TRACY 1865

BRIDGET TRACY 1867

BRIDGET TRACY 1874

BRIDGET TRACY 1875

BRIDGET TRACY 1878

BRIDGET TRACY 1883

BRIDGET TRACY 1915

BRIDGET TRACY 1915

BRIDGET TREACY 1865

BRIDGET TREACY 1882

BRIDGET TREACY 1884

BRIGID CATHERINE TRACY 1912

BRIGID TREACY 1848

BRYAN GERARD TRACEY 1913

BRYAN GERARD TRACEY 1913

CATHERINE BRIDGET TREACY 1911

CATHERINE BRIDGET TREACY 1914

CATHERINE JANE TRACY 1889

CATHERINE TRACEY 1840

CATHERINE TRACEY 1867

CATHERINE TRACEY 1872

CATHERINE TRACEY 1905

CATHERINE TRACY 1867

CATHERINE TRACY 1877

CATHERINE TREACEY 1884

CATHERINE TREACEY 1915

CATHERINE TREACY 1874

CATHERINE TREACY 1882

CATHERINE TREACY 1886

CATHERINE TREACY 1892

CATHERINE TREACY 1900

CATHERINE TREACY 1917

CHARLES HUGH TRACY 1888

CHARLES JEREMIAH TREACY 1904

CHARLES TEACY 1830

CHARLES TRACEY 1881

CHARLES TRACEY 1895

CHARLES TRACEY 1911

CHARLES TRACY 1901

CHARLES TREACY 1815

CONST'NE TRASEY 1835

CYRIL TREACY 1911

DANIEL TRACY 1843

DANIEL TRACY 1890

DAVID JOHN TRACY 1889

DAVID TRACEY 1920

EDWARD JAMES TRACY 1890

EDWARD JOSEPH TRACEY 1914

EDWARD PATRICK TRACEY 1917

EDWARD TRACEY 1872

EDWARD TRACEY 1892

EDWARD TRACEY 1892

EDWARD TRACEY 1909

EDWARD TRACEY 1913

EDWARD TRACY 1873

EDWARD TRACY 1887

EDWARD TREACEY 1839

EDWARD TREACEY 1876

EDWARD TREACEY 1893

EDWARD TREACY 1826

EDWARD TREACY 1845

EDWARD TREACY 1870

EDWARD TREACY 1873

EDWARD TREACY 1892

EILEEN TRACEY 1919

ELEONER TREACEY 1853

ELIZA ANNE TREACY 1903

ELIZA JANE TRACY 1888

ELIZA TRACEY 1875

ELIZA TREACY 1867

ELIZABETH AGNES TREACY 1896

ELIZABETH ELLEN TREACY 1884

ELIZABETH JANE TRACEY 1900

ELIZABETH SARAH TREACY 1908

ELIZABETH SUSAN TREACY 1916

ELIZABETH TRACEY 1875

ELIZABETH TREACY 1884

ELIZABETH TREACY 1904

ELLEN TRACEY 1870

ELLEN TRACEY 1872

ELLEN TRACEY 1876

ELLEN TRACEY 1876

ELLEN TRACEY 1883

ELLEN TRACY 1870

ELLEN TRACY 1882

ELLEN TREACY 1869

ELLEN TREACY 1883

ELLEN TREACY 1901

ELLEN TREASY 1882

ELLEN VERONICA TRACEY 1917

ETA JOSEPHINE TRACEY 1921

EUGENE TRACEY 1890

EUGENE TRACY 1837

EUGENE TREACY 1845

EUGENE TREASY 1839

EUGINE TREACY 1897

FRANCIS GEORGE TREACY 1873

FRANCIS JAMES TRACEY 1916

FRANCIS JAMES TRACEY 1916

FRANCIS JOSEPH TRACEY 1873

FRANCIS JOSEPH TRACY 1908

FRANCIS MICHAEL TRACEY 1913

FRANCIS TRACEY 1869

FRANCIS TRACEY 1892

FRANCIS TRACEY 1896

FRANCIS TRACEY 1909

FRANCIS TRACEY 1919

FRANCIS TRACY 1868

FRANCIS TRACY 1879

FRANCIS TREACY 1853

FRANCIS TREACY 1889

FRANCIS TREACY 1889

FRANCIS TREASY 1836

GEORGE TREACY 1908

GERTRUDE FRANCES TREACY 1895

HANNAH MARIA TREACY 1893

HUGH ANTHONY TRACEY 1913

HUGH ANTHONY TRACEY 1913

HUGH CYRIL TREACY 1904

HUGH TRACEY 1868

HUGH TREACY 1891

HUGH TREASEY 1839

HUGH VINCENT TREACY 1920

ISABELLA TRACEY 1865

JAMES JOSEPH TREACY 1898

JAMES TRACEY 1811

JAMES TRACEY 1865

JAMES TRACEY 1866

JAMES TRACEY 1868

JAMES TRACEY 1868

JAMES TRACEY 1871

JAMES TRACEY 1872

JAMES TRACEY 1876

JAMES TRACEY 1876

JAMES TRACEY 1881

JAMES TRACEY 1883

JAMES TRACEY 1892

JAMES TRACEY 1895

JAMES TRACEY 1895

JAMES TRACEY 1895

JAMES TRACEY 1898

JAMES TRACEY 1920

JAMES TRACEY 1920

JAMES TRACY 1838

JAMES TRACY 1865

JAMES TRACY 1882

JAMES TRACY 1882

JAMES TRACY 1910

JAMES TREACEY 1873

JAMES TREACEY 1880

JAMES TREACEY 1910

JAMES TREACY 1823

JAMES TREACY 1876

JAMES TREACY 1883

JAMES TREACY 1883

JAMES TREACY 1894

JAMES TREACY 1909

JAMES TREACY 1913

JAMES TREASEY 1837

JAMES TREASY 1846

JAMES TREASY 1846

JANE ELIZABETH TEASEY 1865

JANE TREACY 1845

JANE TREACY 1882

JAS TRACEY 1827

JOHN JAMES TRACEY 1905

JOHN JAMES TRACEY 1908

JOHN JAMES TRACY 1873

JOHN JAMES TREACY 1887

JOHN JOSEPH TRACEY 1914

JOHN JOSEPH TRACEY 1914

JOHN JOSEPH TREACY 1894

JOHN SAMUEL TRACEY 1917

JOHN TEASEY 1867

JOHN THOMAS TRACY 1888

JOHN THOMAS TREACY 1920

JOHN TRACEY 1867

JOHN TRACEY 1890

JOHN TRACEY 1897

JOHN TRACEY 1900

JOHN TRACEY 1904

JOHN TRACEY 1909

JOHN TRACEY 1911

JOHN TRACY 1839

JOHN TRACY 1872

JOHN TRACY 1876

JOHN TRACY 1877

JOHN TRACY 1878

JOHN TRACY 1883

JOHN TRASY 1825

JOHN TREACEY 1874

JOHN TREACY 1844

JOHN TREACY 1874

JOHN TREACY 1886

JOHN TREACY 1895

JOHN TREACY 1896

JOHN TREACY 1902

JOHN TREACY 1902

JOHN TREACY 1905

JOHN TREACY 1921

JOSEPH EUGENE TRACEY 1904

JOSEPH TRACEY 1878

JOSEPH TRACEY 1901

JOSEPH TREACEY 1878

KATHELEENA MATILDA TRACEY 1914

KATHLEEN TRACEY 1920

LETITIA TREACY 1915

LIZZY TRACY 1886

MAGGIE AGNES TRACY 1900

MAGGIE ELLEN TREACY 1913

MAGGIE JANE TREACY 1916

MAGGIE TRACEY 1913

MARGARET ANNE TRACEY 1905

MARGARET ELIZABETH TREACEY 1914

MARGARET JANE TREACY 1911

MARGARET MARY TRACEY 1919

MARGARET MARY TRACEY 1919

MARGARET TEASEY 1873

MARGARET TRACEY 1898

MARGARET TRACEY 1899

MARGARET TRACEY 1899

MARGARET TRACEY 1899

MARGARET TRACEY 1902

MARGARET TRACEY 1906

MARGARET TRACEY 1918

MARGARET TRACY 1880

MARGARET TRACY 1902

MARGARET TREACY 1830

MARGARET TREACY 1830

MARGARET TREACY 1850

MARGARET TREACY 1885

MARGARET TREACY 1909

MARGARET VINCENT TRACY 1886

MARGERY TRACEY 1899

MARGRET ELLEN TREACY 1901

MARY AGNES TRACEY 1907

MARY AGNES TREACY 1918

MARY ALICE TRACEY 1912

MARY ANN TRACEY 1915

MARY ANN TREACEY 1870

MARY ANN TREACEY 1912

MARY ANNE TRACEY 1882

MARY ANNE TRACEY 1886

MARY ANNE TRACEY 1914

MARY ANNE TRACY 1877

MARY ANNE TREACY 1893

MARY ANNE TREACY 1893

MARY ANNE TREACY 1894

MARY ANNE TREACY 1900

MARY ANNE TREACY 1901

MARY ANNE TREACY 1902

MARY BRIDGET TRACY 1904

MARY BRIDGET TRACY 1904

MARY BRIDGET TRACY 1904

MARY BRIDGET TREACY 1907

MARY CATHERINE TRACEY 1905

MARY CATHERINE TRACEY 1917

MARY CATHERINE TRACEY 1917

MARY ELIZABETH TREACEY 1919

MARY ELLEN TRACEY 1887

MARY ELLEN TRACEY 1907

MARY ELLEN TRACY 1895

MARY ELLEN TREACY 1876

MARY ELLEN TREACY 1903

MARY ELLEN TREACY 1913

MARY ELLEN TREACY 1915

MARY EMILY TRACEY 1891

MARY JANE TRACEY 1879

MARY JANE TRACY 1878

MARY JANE TRACY 1883

MARY JANE TRACY 1899

MARY JANE TREACY 1893

MARY JANE TREACY 1904

MARY JOSEPHINE TRACEY 1911

MARY TRACEY 1848

MARY TRACEY 1859

MARY TRACEY 1872

MARY TRACEY 1881

MARY TRACEY 1891

MARY TRACEY 1891

MARY TRACEY 1903

MARY TRACEY 1916

MARY TRACY 1837

MARY TRACY 1858

MARY TRACY 1859

MARY TRACY 1866

MARY TRACY 1866

MARY TRACY 1870

MARY TRACY 1871

MARY TRACY 1874

MARY TRACY 1899

MARY TRACY 1914

MARY TREACY 1822

MARY TREACY 1865

MARY TREACY 1879

MARY TREACY 1881

MARY TREACY 1883

MARY TREACY 1899

MARY TREASEY 1835

MICHAEL AUGUSTINE TREACY 1909

MICHAEL JAMES TRACEY 1919

MICHAEL JAMES TRACEY 1919

MICHAEL JOHN TRACY 1920

MICHAEL TRACEY 1869

MICHAEL TRACEY 1875

MICHAEL TRACEY 1883

MICHAEL TRACEY 1894

MICHAEL TRACEY 1897

MICHAEL TRACEY 1906

MICHAEL TRACY 1867

MICHAEL TRACY 1876

MICHAEL TREACEY 1912

MICHAEL TREACY 1835

MICHAEL TREACY 1883

MICHAEL TREACY 1897

MICHAEL TREACY 1897

MICHAEL TREACY 1904

MICHAEL TREACY 1912

MICHAEL TREASY 1839

MICHAEL TREASY 1874

MICHEAL TRACEY 1880

MICK TREASY 1842

NORAH TRACEY 1915

OWEN TRACY 1905

OWEN TREASEY 1876

OWEN TREASY 1890

PATRICK FRANCIS TRACEY 1879

PATRICK FRANCIS TREACY 1903

PATRICK JAMES TREACY 1906

PATRICK JAMES TREACY 1913

PATRICK JOSEPH TRACEY 1898

PATRICK JOSEPH TREACY 1915

PATRICK SIDNEY TREACY 1898

PATRICK THOMAS TREACY 1907

PATRICK TRACEY 1865

PATRICK TRACEY 1867

PATRICK TRACEY 1879

PATRICK TRACEY 1883

PATRICK TRACEY 1888

PATRICK TRACEY 1888

PATRICK TRACEY 1891

PATRICK TRACEY 1893

PATRICK TRACEY 1899

PATRICK TRACEY 1901

PATRICK TRACEY 1902

PATRICK TRACEY 1902

PATRICK TRACEY 1905

PATRICK TRACEY 1907

PATRICK TRACEY 1910

PATRICK TRACEY 1918

PATRICK TRACY 1842

PATRICK TRACY 1848

PATRICK TRACY 1867

PATRICK TRACY 1868

PATRICK TRACY 1868

PATRICK TRACY 1870

PATRICK TRACY 1874

PATRICK TRACY 1878

PATRICK TRACY 1885

PATRICK TRACY 1892

PATRICK TRACY 1905

PATRICK TRACY 1906

PATRICK TREACEY 1879

PATRICK TREACEY 1879

PATRICK TREACY 1829

PATRICK TREACY 1842

PATRICK TREACY 1854

PATRICK TREACY 1873

PATRICK TREACY 1875

PATRICK TREACY 1877

PATRICK TREACY 1882

PATRICK TREACY 1891

PATRICK TREACY 1895

PATRICK TREACY 1900

PATRICK TREACY 1905

PATRICK TREACY 1907

PATRICK TREACY 1907

PATRICK TREACY 1910

PATRICK TREACY 1917

PATRICK TREACY 1918

PATRICK TREASEY 1837

PATRICK TREASY 1877

PETER FRANCIS TREACY 1913

PETER JAMES TREACY 1913

PETER JOSEPH TRACEY 1916

PETER PAUL TREACY 1907

PETER TRACEY 1864

PETER TRACEY 1894

PETER TRACY 1865

PETER TRACY 1869

PETER TRACY 1872

PETER TRACY 1908

PETER TRACY 1908

PETER TREACY 1877

PETER TREACY 1889

PETER TREACY 1890

PETER TREACY 1898

PETER TREASEY 1835

PHILIP ANDREW TREACY 1920

PHILIP DANIEL TREACY 1886

PHILIP TRACY 1876

PHILIP TRACY 1886

PHILLIP TREACY 1866

ROBERT JAMES JACKSON TEASEY 1873

ROBERT JAMES TEASEY 1871

ROBERT TREACEY 1871

ROSE ANN TRACEY 1880

ROSE ANN TREACY 1880

ROSE ANNE TRACY 1874

ROSE ANNE TREACY 1917

ROSE TRACEY 1869

ROSE TRACEY 1887

ROSE TRACY 1865

ROSE TRACY 1874

ROSE TREACY 1878

ROSEY TRACEY 1879

SARAH ANN TRACEY 1894

SARAH ANN TRACY 1895

SARAH ANNE GERTRUDE TREACY 1901

SARAH ANNE TREACY 1885

SARAH ELLEN TRACEY 1907

SARAH JANE TEASEY 1868

SARAH JANE TEASEY 1868

SARAH JANE TRACEY 1912

SARAH JANE TREACY 1878

SARAH JOSEPHINE TREACY 1918

SARAH MAGGIE TREACY 1916

SARAH TRACEY 1867

SARAH TRACEY 1892

SARAH TRACY 1867

SARAH TRACY 1896

SARAH TREACEY 1869

SARAH TREACY 1908

SUSAN TRACEY 1869

SUSAN TRACEY 1878

SUSAN TRACEY 1910

SUSAN TRACY 1902

SUSAN TREACEY 1880

SUSAN TREACY 1884

SUSAN TREACY 1912

TERESA ELIZABETH TRACY 1876

TERESA TREACY 1914

THERESA TRACY 1891

THOMAS JAMES TREACY 1897

THOMAS JOSEPH TREACY 1910

THOMAS JOSEPH TREACY 1914

THOMAS LOUIS TREACY 1900

THOMAS TEACEY 1868

THOMAS TRACEY 1864

THOMAS TRACEY 1864

THOMAS TRACEY 1897

THOMAS TRACY 1864

THOMAS TRACY 1870

THOMAS TRACY 1872

THOMAS TRACY 1875

THOMAS TRACY 1880

THOMAS TRACY 1880

THOMAS TRACY 1888

THOMAS TREACEY 1878

THOMAS TREACY 1871

THOMAS TREACY 1889

THOMAS TREACY 1903

THOMAS TREACY 1904

THOMAS TREACY 1908

THOMAS TREASY 1845

TIMOTHY TREACY 1902

UNKNOWN TRACEY 1892

UNKNOWN TRACY 1867

UNKNOWN TRACY 1890

UNKNOWN TREACY 1886

VINCENT TREACY 1901

WILLIAM FRANCIS TREACY 1911

WILLIAM JOHN TRACY 1872

WILLIAM JOHN TREACY 1870

WILLIAM JOHN TREACY 1896

WILLIAM JOHN TREACY 1899

WILLIAM JOHN TREACY 1916

WILLIAM JOSEPH TRACY 1882

WILLIAM PATRICK TREACY 1909

WILLIAM ROBERT TRACY 1882

WILLIAM TEASEY 1865

WILLIAM THOMAS TEASEY 1871

WILLIAM TRACEY 1889

WILLIAM TRACEY 1891

WILLIAM TRACY 1870

WILLIAM TREACEY 1881

 

 

 

Barney Treacy

Registration District: Strabane

Event Type: DEATHS

Registration Quarter and Year: Oct - Dec 1892

Age (at Death): 93

Volume Number: 2

Page Number: 221

Collection: Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes, 1845-1958

 

Barney Tracey

Registration District: Gortin

Event Type: DEATHS

Registration Quarter and Year: 1865

Age (at Death): 60

Volume Number: 17

Page Number: 73

Collection: Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes, 1845-1958

 

John Tracy, labourer of this parish (s. of Hugh Tracy, & Susan Morris, deceased of Co. Tyrone in Ireland)  m. Bridget Mcentyre of this parish (d. of Edward Mcentyre, deceased & Catharine Smith, of County Louth in Ireland)  06 Nov 1867 Notre-Dame [RC], Montréal, Quebec, Canada  Witnesses George Groves & Edward MEntyre

 

James Tr(e)acey & Eliza Beattie

Susan b. 7 February 1869 (LDS)

James b. 14 February 1871 (LDS)

Patrick b. 21 March 1879 (LDS)

 

Tracey Strabane County Tyrone
I'm looking for any information on the Tracey family. They moved to England and settled in Winlaton 1871 census. James Tracey married Anne Carr in 1871 both families came from Co Tyrone. James may have had a brother John.

 

James Tracey & Sarah Glacken/Glackin/Glachin

Hugh b. 20 December 1868 (LDS)

Ellen b. 15 June 1870 (LDS)

James b. 14 January 1872 (LDS)

Francis Joseph b. 8 October 1873 (LDS)

 

James Treacy & Rose McCristall

Mary Anne b. 24 November 1876 (LDS)

Sarah Jane b. 18 July 1878 (LDS)

 

James Tracy & Mary Robinson of Tyrone?

Mrs. Mary A. Temple...was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, Nov.  19, 1841, daughter of John and Sarah (Robinson) Kelly...The maternal grandparents of Mrs. Temple were Andrew and Fannie Robinson, of Ireland, where both died. The family were consistent and devoted members of the Methodist Church. Of the children born to this couple, six came to Canada, namely : Robert, Andrew. James and Margaret, who all died in Canada, the last named a maiden lady; Elizabeth, deceased wife of the late James Tracy, of Ireland, who after her husband s death brought her children to Canada to live; and Sarah, Mrs. John Kelly, who died at her old home in Middlesex County, in 1890. The Robinsons were, like the Kellys. a prominent family in the county politics. Mrs. John Kelly s grandfather accompanied John Wesley on his first visit to the United States.

Commemorative biographical record of the county of Lambton, Ontario... : containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and many of the early settled families. J.H. Beers & Co. 1906

 

Jane Tracy (b. abt 1815) m. Thomas Benson abt. 1830’s. She emigrated to the US with her children around 1860 (2 of the boys definitely emigrated in 1862, but the rest of the family may have left in 1859). Jane's children were: James (b. about 1833), Mary, John (b. 1841/2), Susan (b.1844/5), Jane (b. 1846/7), Patrick and Thomas (b. 1848/9), Catharine (my great grandmother, born Oct. 18, 1851), and Anna (b. March 1853). The family settled in Cannelton, Indiana in 1863.

 

 

John Tracy & Mary Kirgan [John Tracey m. Mary Kirgan 1871]

John b. 11 July 1872 Claudy, Derry (LDS)

Henry b. 3 May 1874 Claudy, Derry (LDS)

John Tracy & Mary Kergan 

James Tracy b. 18 Aug 1876 Tyrone (LDS)

John Treacy and Mary Kergan

James Tracey was born near Derry on 18/08/1876. Throughout the family both spellings of the surname are used. He moved to Scotland and married at the age of 28. He worked in the steelworks around Motherwell. He died on 12/06/1964.

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/rosaleen.lofnes/traceys.htm

http://www.lofnes.co.uk/traceys.htm

 

 

http://www.lofnes.co.uk/traceys/grandatracey.jpg

James Tracy 1876-1964

 

Mary Tracy b. abt 1850 Ferrar (LDS)

 

Mary Tracey or Tracy &  Patrick Carton

James Carton b: Abt 1831 in Co Tyrone?, Northern Ireland?

Has ChildrenMichael Carton b: 1832 in Co Tyrone, Northern Ireland

John Carton b: Abt 1833-1835 in Co Tyrone?, Northern Ireland?

Mary Ann Carton b: Abt 1836 in Co Tyrone?, Northern Ireland?

William Carton b: Abt 1837 in Co Tyrone?, Northern Ireland?

Has ChildrenHugh Carton b: Abt 1840-1851 in Co Tyrone?, Northern Ireland?

 

Eliza Tracey (d. of  Owen Tracy, 24 years, single) m. Charles Mayne (s. of Cornelius Mayne, 30 years, single) 01 Feb 1868  Ireland [Omagh?]

 

Patrick Tr(e)ac(e)y & Jane Karlin/Carlan

Peter b. 30 August 1864 (LDS)

Mary b. 3 October 1867 (LDS)

Patrick b. 1 August 1870 (LDS)

 

Patrick Tracy & Eliza Sheerin

Edward b. 15 December 1873 (LDS)

James b. 14 February 1876 (LDS)

 

1841- 1887 Interment Records St. John’s Cemetery, Albany, NY
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nytigs/StJohnsCemetery_Albany/StJohnsCemetery-Albany-Tom-Ty.htm

LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

NAMES OF PARENTS

COUNTY / CITY

NATION / STATE

DIED AT

DATE

AGE

LETTER

NO.

RANGE

REMARKS

PAGE

Tracey

Thomas

 

Tyrone

Ireland

Troy

 

42

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

Rifleman T. Tracey, Royal Ulster Rifles

General Service 1918-62, 1 clasp, Palestine (7010550 Rfmn., R.U. Rif.); 1939-45 Star; France and Germany Star; Defence and War Medals, these unnamed; Army L.S. & G.C., G.VI.R., 1st issue, Regular Army (7010550 Rfn., R.U.R.) mounted as worn, good very fine (6) £120-160

Footnote

Thomas Tracey was born in 1904 and enlisted into the Royal Ulster Rifles at Omagh on 2 May 1927. With them he served overseas in India, February 1928-November 1931; Sudan, November 1931-January 1933; Palestine, January-December 1933; Egypt, December 1933-November 1935; Palestine, November 1937-April 1939; with the B.E.F., October 1939-2 June 1940; N.W. Europe, 8 June 1944-October 1945. He was discharged on 27 August 1951.

 

William Treacey & Annie Mccullough

James Treacey b. 10 May 1880 Gortmore, Tyrone, Ireland (LDS2) [Clogher or Drumragh]

 

William Maxwell Tracy (s. of Thos B Tracy, Bengal CS) Capt. Surrey Regt of 1 Victoria Terrace NCR m. Amy Lucy Smyth (d. of Edward Smyth, Lambent?) of Westbridge House Enniskillen, on 4 July 1893 Wit: Edward Smyth & SF Bristow – Grangegorman, All Saints CoI, North Dublin City

http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/d-511-3-3-028.pdf (see William Samuel Tracy)

 

 

 Aghaloo

 

On 9 Dec 1914 David John Tracey was married to Hannah Kerr in the Minterburn Presbyterian Church, parish of Aghaloo, civil district of Dungannon, County Tyrone. [see Dungannon]

http://www.dankat.com/kerr/file1c.htm

 

Ellen Tracy & Matthew McGarrill

My grandfather was born William McGarrill in 1853 in Caledon, Aghaloo, County Tyrone. I am planning a trip to Ireland and one of the places I will be going to is Tyrone. I am trying to see if his parents were buried in Tyrone. They were Matthew McGarrill and his mother was Ellen McGarrill. I know her maiden name was Ellen Tracy. We were told by many generations that our clan name is O'Neill. I'd like to meet any relatives. Any information would be so appreciated...thankyou

Keri, New Jersey USA Contact March 15, 2011

 

 

 Ardstraw East, Newtownstewart

 

Doric 15 Jun 1925 Canada

Madge Violet Treacey, Age: 24, b. Newtown Stewart, Ireland, Domestic

Father: Mr. John Treacey, Carnargan, Newtownstewart, Co. Tyrone, ireland.

 

Patrick Treacey & Anne Judge

Edward Treacey b. 12 Jul 1876 Tyrone, Ireland (LDS) Kildrum

Thomas Treacey b. 9 Jun 1878 Dromore, Tyrone, Ireland (LDS) Gardrum

Family of Patrick Tracey and Ann Tracey (nee Judge)

Patrick Tracey married Anne Judge at the Roman Catholic chapel in Newtonstewart on 15th October 1871.

Both were respectively a bachelor and spinster, both were of full age (over 21), both listed as servants. Residence for Patrick at that time was Mullaghary and his fathers name was Edward Tracy who was a farmer. Anne residence was Upper Kilstroll (wrongly spelt – Kilstrule) and her father was called John Judge who was a labourer. Their witnesses were Michael and Alice Judge.

Patrick died on 16 April 1939 at Envagh, Newtonstewart, - at time of death he was listed as married and a labourer and they say he was 75 – which is completely wrong as this means he was born in 1864 and was aged 7 at his marriage!!

Anne died 10 December 1944 at Largybeg, Newtonstewart, she is listed as a widow of Patrick Tracey who was a labourer and they calm she was 78 – again wrong for the same reasons above – I would put her at 20 maybe younger in 1871 meaning she was approx. 93 at death.

Children

PATRICK – born 29 january 1873 at Drumleagah registered by Patrick Treacy (labourer) using his mark (X) on 25 february 1873. Died 7th November 1936 aged 74 years.

JOHN – born 31 october 1874 at Drumleagah registered by Anne Treacey using her mark (X) on 23 November 1874.

EDWARD (Ned) – born 12 July 1876 at Kildrum, Dromore registered by Patrick Treacey (Cottier – which is a farm labourer) using his mark (X) 18 December 1876. Edward died 2 December 1969 at dug Valley Hospital, Castlederg, listed as a bachelor, farm labourer who was aged 93.

THOMAS – born 9 June 1878 at Aughlish, Dromore. Registered by Anne Tracey using her mark (X) on 25 June 1878. Died – 29 October 1880 at Archill Castlederg aged two, a labourers child.

MICHAEL – born 17 August 1880 at Archill registered by Anne Tracy using her mark (x) on 27 August 1880. father listed as labourer.

JAMES – Born 19 August 1882 at Archill, Castlederg

ALPHONSUS – (Frank) born December 1884 – awaiting cert from Dublin.

Died 6 December 1869 at Envagh, Newtonstewart as a bachelor aged 85 years – he was a general labourer.

THOMAS – Born 24th February 1887 at Archill, Castlederg. In church Registery Born 25th February 1887.

CHARLES – Church registery Born 31 December 1888 – Godparents – Patrick Maguire and Sarah Judge. Died 20 January 1954 at Lislafferty, Newtonstewart as a bachelor aged 65 years – he was also a labourer.

MARIA ANN/ MARY ANNE – Born 9TH January 1891 at Archill, Castlederg registered by Patrick Tracey using his mark on 16th January 1891. In church registery she is listed as Mary Anne Tracey born 29 December 1890. Baptised 4th January 1891 – Godparents – John Judge and Maggie Judge

JOSEPH – Church registery – Born 18th February 1893. Baptised 26th February 1893 – Godparents Maggie Judge and Thomas McSorley..

Joseph Tracey died 21st June 1980 aged 87 years.

WILLIAM – born 6 December 1895 at Archill registered by Patrick Tracey (Labourer) using his mark (x) on 27 December 1895. In church registery William Alexander born 13th December 1895. Baptised 15th December 1895 – godparents – David McKinney and Mary Judge. Died 13 July 1989 aged 94 years old.

PAUL – born 18th April 1898 at Archill castlederg registered by Ann Tracy using her mark on 18th May 1898. church registery – Born 6th April 1898. Baptised 9th April 1898 – godparents- Patrick McGuire and Rose O Goan. Died 15th May 1898 at Archill Castlederg aged one month and a labourers child

MARGARET – born 21 November 1899. Baptised 27th November 1899, godparents Bridget Maguire and James Maguire. Interesting Margaret was baptised by a Father Peter Tracy who was serving in Dreggish at this time.

Maria Tracey

 

Thomas Tracey (b. 14 February 1908 Plumbridge d. 6 July 1991) m. Mary Patton 17 November 1931 Newtownstewart (LDS)

 

Ulster Herald October 04, 1952

N'stewart...Miss Vera Tracey and Patrick McSorley

 

MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS

John Treacy, unknown, Ardstraw Tyrone

Joseph Tracey, unknown, Ardstraw Tyrone

Madge Tracey, unknown, Ardstraw Tyrone

Mary Tracey, 1978, Ardstraw Tyrone

Patrick Tracey, unknown, Ardstraw Tyrone

Rose Anne Tracey, unknown, Ardstraw Tyrone

Tommy Tracey, 1991, Ardstraw Tyrone

 

 Badoney (Upper), Plumbridge, Cranagh

 

I am keen to trace anyone who is descended from the Tracey family of the Cranagh/Plumbridge/Greencastle area. The family nickname was the "domnics". Thankyou. Matthew McCosker

 

Dominak Tracy & Ellen McSwiggan

Sarah b. 22 October 1867 (LDS)

Sarah TRACEY, Glenchiel (sister of Bridget)
 Pádraig Mac Con Midhe, An tUltach 20,4,3-4 (1943), Census na gCainnteoir Dúthchais aois 74 in 1943 (Glenshiel)
 Proinsias Ó Conluain, The last native Irish-speakers of Tyrone, Dúiche Néill 4 (1989), pp. 111, unmarried, aois 83 in late 1950 (Glenchiel) "ordinary conversation in Irish"
 Proinsias Ó Conluain, Gaeltacht Mhuintir Luinigh, Meascra Uladh (1974), pp. 63. Leagan giorraithe den alt seo is ea "Gaeltacht Mhuintir Luinigh" i TE pp. 57-58.
 Irisleabhar Mhuineacháin 1983 pp 44
 Tyrone: history and society 692
 Inniu 16/02/1951 1: Treasa [sic] beo, aois 83
 Tyrone Folk Quest, Michael J Murphy, fieldwork 1949-1952, revisit c1964 63
 Contributions to a Study of Tyrone Irish, Stockman and Wagner fieldwork in 1950. 46 ("Mrs TRACEY, Glenelly", we assume Sarah is meant)
 Pic.: Ulster Herald (19/4/1986) 8, speaking to her grandnieces O'Brien
C1901: see Bridget
 Births, 1867/q4 Gortin 17,120: 22 Oct 1867, Glenkeel, Sarah, to Dominick Tracy, farmer, Glenkeel, and Ellen McSwiggan

Sarah Tracey (1867–1952), one of the last Gaelic speakers in Glenelly, Co Tyrone, was known as Sarah DOIMLIC, from her father, who died around 1909 aged 102.

Brighid (Biddy) Ní THREASAIGH, Crannach
 An tUltach 28,5,8 (bás, from Dungannon Observer 16/2/1951)
 Inniu 16/02/1951 1 (bás, from Ulster Herald; aois 88)
 Pádraig Mac Con Midhe, An tUltach 20,4,3-4 (1943), Census na gCainnteoir Dúthchais, aois 76 in 1943 (Brigid Tracy)
 Proinsias Ó Conluain, The last native Irish-speakers of Tyrone, Dúiche Néill 4 (1989), p.111, died late 1950
 Proinsias Ó Conluain, Gaeltacht Mhuintir Luinigh, Meascra Uladh (1974), pp. 61-65. Leagan giorraithe den alt seo is ea "Gaeltacht Mhuintir Luinigh" i TE p. 63
 Tyrone Folk Quest, Michael J Murphy, fieldwork 1949-1952, revisit c1964 63 
 Irisleabhar Mhuineacháin 1983 pp. 44
 Tyrone: history and society 692
 Pic.: Ulster Herald 10/2/1951, again 19/4/1986 p8
C1901: TL Glenchiel
#35: Domnick Treacy, head, RC, r&w, 90, m, farmer, married, Co T, I&E
 Ellen Treacy, wife, RC, read, 80, f,-, married, Co T, I&E
 Michael Treacy, son, RC, r&w, 40, m, farmer's_son, not_m, Co T, I&E
 Bridget Treacy, dau, RC, r&w, 30, f, farmer's_dau, not_m, Co T, I&E
 Sarah Treacy, dau, RC, r&w, 27, f, farmer's_dau, not_m, Co T, I&E
 Susan Campbell, servant, RC, r&w, 10, f, domestic, not_m, Co Derry, noI
 Other siblings of Brigid and Sarah included:
 Mary, m Patrick Conway 29 Jan 1880, St Patrick's RC Church, Cranagh
 Fr Peter, a priest in Australia, died c1936
 sister, m Keenan, Greencastle
 sister, m McDermott, Greencastle
 sister, m Fox, Omagh; their dau m O'Brien
 (info from Mairead McCormack-Kelly, a great grand-daughter of Mary).
Ciarán Ó Duibhín (ciaran@oduibhin.freeserve.co.uk): an leagan seo: 18/07/2004
Cainnteoirí Dúthchais Agus Foinsí Béaloidis Gaedhilge As Oirthear Uladh
http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/~oduibhin/cainnteoir/speirini.txt
 
"The family owned large farms on both sides of the Glennelly Road, in the townland of Glenhiel, Cranagh, Plumbridge. The Tracey family had fostered and sponsored hedgeschools in pre National School days and were especially concerned with the Latin and Greek schooling of pre seminarian students who would progress to further their studies in Maynooth." - Mairead McCormack-Kelly
 
12 September 1891  Freeman's Journal
Departure of The Rev. Father Peter Tracey For Australia...Rev Pete Tracey for Australia. Accompanied by a whole multitude of relatives, of friends, and kind neighbours, and followed by s their earnest prayers and heartfelt ...

Peter Treacy, from Cappagh Co. Tyrone, educated 1849-1891, ordained 1891, Wilcannia-Forbes RIP. Served in Crookwell and later PP in Gundagai 1919-1933. Died 19/5/1935.

McEvoy, John (1993) St. Patrick’s College Carlow 1793-1993. St. Patricks’s College, Carlow.

“Father Peter Treacy studied at St. Patrick's College in Carlow from 1884 to 1891. He was ordained a Missionary Priest in Carlow Cathedral into the Diocese of Wilcannia, Australia on 14 June 1891 by the famous historian and Co-Adjutor Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin, Most Rev. Michael Comerford. One other classmate, Colman Casey, was also ordained for Wilcannia Diocese. In the same ceremony other classmates were ordained for the Dioceses of Sydney and Goulburn in Australia . His first Parish was Bourke then Brewarrina and Nyngan. He then moved to the Archdiocese of Canberra & Goulburn (as it had now become) where Fr. Treacy served in Crookwell and Gundagai where he was P. P. from 1919 to 1932. He died on 19th May 1935 and is buried in Gundagai aged seventy years old.” Mairead McCormack-Kelly
In his will, he made charitable requests to the Nazareth Convent, Derry, the Catholic Church at Cranagh, Co. Tyrone and the Catholic Bishop of Derry. Belfast Gazette 1937

Peter Treacy of Gundagai New South Wales P.P. died 19 May 1935 Probate Sydney 17 July 1935 to the right reverend John Barry roman catholic bishop.  Effects in Northern Ireland £645 17s. 11d.  Re-sealed Belfast 26 May.

 

27 August 1908 New Zealand Tablet

Tyrone...An Australian Visitor. When the last mail left Home the Rev. Father Treacy, an Irish-Australian priest, was on a visit to Glenchiel, County Tyrone, to sec his venerable parents, who are both over ninety years of age.

 

20 Mar. 1909 Irish American Weekly

On Feb. 25, Dominick Treacey, the well known contractor and builder of Cranagh, Co. Tyrone, died at his residence at the advanced age of 102 years, after a protracted illness extending over two years, during which time he was practically confined to his room. He was a fluent Irish talker and delighted to speak of his past life and interesting incidents in his earlier days.

 

 

 

 

4th July 1908 Irish Independent

 

 

 

Edward Treacy & Bridget McBride

Bridget b. 28 November 1864 (LDS)

Bernard b. 30 August 1867 Plumb Bridge (LDS)

1851 Census

Edward Tracey (25) married 1848 Mary nee McBride (25), Rosey (1)

Glenchiel, Bodoney Up, Strabane Up, Tyrone

PRONI T/550/33/280, C1851, TL Glenchiel: this is a distinct family:
1851: Edward Treacy 25, wife Briged (Biddy) McBride 22, married 1849; Rosy 1, claimant

November 3 1897 Philadelphia Inquirer (Pennsylvania)

Treacy - On October 29, 1897, Peter son of Edward and Bridget Treacy of Glenchiel, County Tyrone, Ireland...

Peter Tracy: Death 29 Oct 1897 of Pulm Tuber 

age: 34  birthplace: Ireland  marital status: Married 

Address: 5037 Lancaster Ave., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 

cemetery: Cathedral Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 

burial date: 03 Nov 1897 

Peter Treacey m. Mary Mcgillen 1893 Philadelphia

Peter Tracy & Mary Tracy 

Mary Tracy b. 21 Jan 1894 Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States 

Edwd. Tracy  b. Feb 1896 Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States 

Mary Tracey m. Thomas J Mcnulty 1898 Philadelphia

1900 Census - ED 882 Philadelphia city Ward 34, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

head  Mary Mc Nulty  F 26 Ireland  2 years married

husband  Thos Mcnulty  M 24 Ireland 

daughter  Mari Tracey  F 5 Pennsylvania 

son  Eddie Tracey  M 4 Pennsylvania 

sister-in-law Maggie Mcnulty  F 20 Ireland 

Edward Tracey, Glenelly Valley, County Tyrone.

1922 Republican Internment and the Prison Ship Argenta

“Lives were complicated in many ways for former internees and their families. Losing his father at the age of four years, one son recalls very little of his father who had been interned. The child’s mother seldom spoke of her husband, Edward Tracey, who had been born in the United States to County Tyrone parents who had emigrated in the nineteenth century. Edward Tracey was quite young when his own father died and he was sent to live with his aunts in Glenelly Valley in County Tyrone. As a teenager, without paternal influence, he sought camaraderie in the South Derry Brigade of the IRA, just over the county border from his residence. Eventually listed and interned, he was to spend a part of his youth as a political prisoner of the Northern Government from 1922 to 1923. His conditional release expelled him from Northern Ireland and forced him to sell the family farm. As a result, he moved to County Donegal in the Free State. Nevertheless, the feelings of abandonment lingered:

Like his counterparts he was offered a commission in the new Army or a post in the police (Gardai); these he both declined because he found both organisations to be of a State which did not respect his political views and a State which sold him and his comrades out and left them to rot in prison.

Frank E. Tracey, son, 1 September 1994 and 19 November 1997 letters, Co. Donegal.

Mark Tracey, grandson, 13 December 1997 letter, Middle East.

“Tracey was offered employment as a porter at the local mental hospital where he provided security from the gate lodge. His family went to live with him there. An early death due to peritonitis may be attributed to his living conditions while interned. Two of his four sons died the following year. Destitute, Susannah (née McCullagh) Tracey face poverty without employment or pension. The intervention of Neill T. Blaney, TD in the Dáil (Parliament) of the Southern Government, allowed her to continue residing with her two remaining young sons in the gate lodge at the hospital as a gatekeeper.

Edward Tracey/Glenelly Valley/Tyr

Born in USA raised by aunts in Tyrone/S. Derry Brig IRA as teenager/after release Co. Donegal hospital gatekeeper (R) C-

Kleinrichert, Denise (2001) Republican Internment and the Prison Ship Argenta 1922. Irish Academic Press, 2001. pp. 367

 

James Tracey & Jane Traynor

Thomas b. 21 April 1864 Plumb Bridge (LDS)

James b. 19 August 1866 Plumb Bridge (LDS)

 

Patrick Treacy & Eliza Shearer

Eliza b. 6 March 1867 Plumb Bridge (LDS)

 

Thomas Tracey (b. 14 February 1908 Plumbridge d. 6 July 1991) m. Mary Patton 17 November 1931 Newtownstewart (LDS)

 

 

MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS

Alice Tracey, 1947, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Alice Tracey, unknown, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Ann Tracey, 1921, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Bridget Treacy, unknown, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Eamonn Treacy, 1930, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Eddie Tracey, 1974, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Eddie Tracey, 1988, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Edward Treacy, 1930, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Ellen Tracey, 1952, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Francis Tracey, 1982, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

James Tracey, 1869, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

James Tracey, 1939, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

John Tracey, 1963, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Mary Tracey, 1937, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Ned Tracey, unknown, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Peter Tracey, 1988, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Sarah Treacy, unknown, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Stephen Tracey, 1983, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

Susan Treacy, 1991, Bodoney Upper Tyrone

 

 

 Badoney (Lower), Greencastle, Gortin

 

Ciarán Ó Duibhín (ciaran@oduibhin.freeserve.co.uk): an leagan seo: 18/07/2004
Cainnteoirí Dúthchais Agus Foinsí Béaloidis Gaedhilge As Oirthear Uladh
http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/~oduibhin/cainnteoir/speirini.txt

 

Alice Tracey: Probate of the Will of Alice Tracey late of Aughnamerrigan [Aghnamirigan] County Tyrone Widow who died 15 July 1901 granted at Londonderry to John Devlin and Patrick M'Anulty Farmers. Date of Grant: 19/08/1902 Effects: Effects £42 3s. 4d.

 

Ann Tracey: Administration of the Estate of Ann Tracey late of Binnefreghan [Binnafreaghan] County Tyrone Spinster who died 17 December 1912 granted at Londonderry to Edward Tracey [Binnafreaghan?] Farmer. Date of Grant: 12/02/1913 Effects: Effects £93 10s. 0d.

 

Francis Tracy, full age, bachelor, farmer, Benefreghan; fa Michael Tracy, dead, farmer married Ann Bradly, full age, spinster, Benefreghan, fa Michael Bradly, dead, farmer . priest B Mulholland CC; witnesses Bernard Gillen, Rose Gillen. Greencastle on 22/10/1876

 

1901 Census

Francis Tracey, 55, M, 17 Binnafreaghan, Fallagh, Tyrone, Farmer, Roman Catholic, Brother in Law, Married, Co Tyrone

Anne Tracey, 48, F, Binnafreaghan, Fallagh, Tyrone, Farmer's Wife, Roman Catholic, Sister, Married, Co Tyrone

James Bradley, 50, Male, Head of Family, Roman Catholic, Farmer, Not Married, Co Tyrone

 

Proinseas Ó TREASAIGH, Binn na bhFraochán, rugadh c. 1853
Sgéalta Mhuintir Luinigh, Éamonn Ó Tuathail, 1933. xlviii
Tyrone: history and society 680-1
Béal 2:4, 361 (aois c80 in 1930)
Macallaí Ghaeltacht na Speiríní, Peadar Mac Gabhann, Comhar, Eanair 1989. pp. 31, 34
Ulster Herald, 1/7/1911, dhá amhrán (Pilib Ó Bhaldara)
Claidheamh Soluis 29/7/1911 p. 11 - amhrán (Pilib Ó Bhaldrain)
IMN (1912) 85-6 - amhrán

 

…and the second by Proinsios Ó Treasaigh of Binnafreaghan, near Greencastle, Tyrone, in December 1929. Peigí is about 60 years of age and Proinsios about 80. The anecdotes have the same theme with different place-names…

Béaloideas: The Journal of the Folklore of Ireland Society By Folklore of Ireland Society Item notes: v.2 1929-1930

 

Francis/Frank Tr(e)ac(e)y & Mary McGurk/McGuirk

Ann b. 4 January 1866 Cashel. Gortin District (LDS) McGuirk

Peter b. 7 February 1868 (LDS)

Patrick b. 7 October 1870 (LDS)

Rose b. 4 December 1872 Cashel (LDS)

Mary b. 02/05/1875 Cashel

Ellen b. 10 June 1877 Brackagh (LDS)

 

Francis Treacy. Treacy Francis of Benefreaghan Mountfield county Tyrone farmer died 20 February 1931 Probate Londonderry 26 March to Michael McCullagh farmer. Effects £233 6s. 7d.

 

James Tracey of Bennefreaghan [Binnafreaghan] county Tyrone farmer died 25 August 1939 Administration Londonderry 22 October to Ellen Tracey the widow.  Effects £245 12s. Unadministered Grant 10 May 1988

 

James Tracey (d. 1869 aged 67 years) & Catherine Daly?
John b.c. 1851         
Ned Ruadh [Edward/Eamon]  b.c. 1852 married Alice Deery     
Neansaidh Ruadh [Anne]  b.c. 1853 d, 1912

 

Edward Tracey, 21, young man, farmer, Binefrahin; fa James Tracey (dead), farmer married Alice Deary, 19, spinster, Teebane; fa James Deary, farmer; by William Hagarty PP, witnesses Michael Tracey, William Morris, Mary Tracy. Civil registry, marriage on 22/09/1872 at Rouskey
Edward Tracey, Binnefreaghan, farmer, and Alice Deery:
John Tracey b. 10/08/1873 Binnefreaghan (LDS) married Mary Ann Clarke 1900. Moved to Yorkshire
Catherine Tracey b. 01/02/1876 Binnefreaghan
James Tracey b. 27/06/1880 married Helen Ní Dhálaigh
Mary A Tracey b.c. 1883
Edward Tracey b.c. 1893

 

Edward Tracey (b. about 1851) m.  22 September 1872, Rouskey, to Alice Deery ca 1853-/1902  (witnesses : Michael Tracey , Mary Tracey , William Morris )  

          Johnny Tracey (1873-) m. 26 August 1900, Broughderg, to Mary Clarke  (witnesses : Michael Deery , Margaret Conway 1874- ) with

Maggie Tracey

Eddie Tracey

Andy Tracey

Alice Tracey

Brigid Tracey

          Catherine Tracey 1876-

          James Tracey 1880-

 

1901 Census

Edward Tracey, 49, M, 23 Binnafreaghan, Fallagh, Tyrone, Farmer, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Widower, Co Tyrone

James Tracey, 20, M, Binnafreaghan, Fallagh, Tyrone, Farmer's Son, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Tyrone

Mary A Tracey, 18, F, Binnafreaghan, Fallagh, Tyrone, Farmer's Daughter, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Tyrone

Edward Tracey, 8, M, Binnafreaghan, Fallagh, Tyrone, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Tyrone

 

Éamonn (Ned Ruadh) Ó Treasaigh, dearthair le Neansaidh ob 1921
CCU 236-7, 241
DDU 175
PMG p. 30-34
PDEB 2/1930; os cionn 70 fá 1912; díbrigheadh muinntir Threasaigh as Connachta i ndiaidh Eachdhroma.
FGT ix, 170-1
Pic: UH 20/06/1914 8: Edward Tracey
UH 04/07/1903 8: Greencastle Aeridheacht. Edward Treacey, first place in singing.
IN 03/02/1904 3: 'Gaelic League, Ballinascreen Branch' sang 4 Irish songs, two of them Jacobite; old man (J Treacey, Cashel, Greencastle)
IN 23/08/1907 6: The Co Tyrone fracas: injured man brought to Edward Treacey's
UH 20/05/1911 8: Irish Language.  Edward Tracey addressed meeting in Irish.
IN 01/06/1911 4 (Columcille, `Practical Work')
UH 10/06/1911 2: In Gaelic Tyrone. Eamonn and Ann Tracey.
UH 24/06/1911 2: Séarlas Óg (P Ó Bhaldrain)
UH 01/07/1911 7: An Pótaire; An Bunán Buidhe (P Ó Bhaldrain)
UH 08/07/1911 3: Briseadh Eachdhruime (P Ó Bhaldrain)
UH 15/07/1911 3: Slébhte Phéilín (P Ó Bhaldrain)
UH 22/07/1911 7: Coinfheasgar Fhóghmhair (P Ó Bhaldrain)
UH 29/07/1911 2: Seághain Ó Dómhnaill (P Ó Bhaldrain)
CS 29/07/1911 11: amhrán (P Ó Bh.)
UH 12/08/1911 7: An Crúisgín Lán (P Ó Bhaldrain)
UH 19/08/1911 6: Bean Dhubh an t-Sléibhe (P Ó Bhaldrain)
UH 03/08/1912 5: Ireland past and present: Mr Tracy sang Séarlas Óg
CS 18/01/1913 8: tagairt do "Shéarlus Óg" ar ceirnín
An Chraobh Ruadh (Béal Feirste, Bealtaine 1913)
"Ann Tracy, Irish Traditional Singer" by Carl G. Hardebeck; pp. 71-73
IN 01/01/1913 7 (A loss to the Gael)
IN 23/01/1913 4 (A country singer; by Alice L Milligan - says Anne taught songs to Éamonn's grandchildren)
UH 20/06/1914 8: Edward Tracey (pic)
UH 06/07/1918 3: Eamonn Tracy on Greencastle competition team at feis
UH 28/06/1919 3: Eamonn Ó Treasaigh on competition team at feis
UH 25/08/1973 10: County Cameo. Éamonn and Nansaidh Treacy
Journal of the Irish Folksong Society VIII (1910) 23-29
An tUltach 27,11,4
PÓBTE:263,264,265,266,267,268,269

 

eamonn.jpg

Éamonn (Ned Ruadh) Ó Treasaigh 1914?

 

Folk Song in County Tyrone, 1910

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1No3JGNGd8

 

 

…Monuar go bhfuil na seanchaithe cluiteacha dAla Eamoinn Ui Threasaigh agus a dheirfrar Neans ar shli na firinne le fada an la - go ndeana Dia trocaire orthu beirt…

Breandán S. Mac Aodha. Na Speiríní. Studia Hibernica, No. 1 (1961), pp. 151-160

 

Neansaidh (Anna Ruadh) Ní THREASAIGH, Binn na bhFraochán
 ob. 12/1912 (col ceathrair do Phroinsias?)
 Claidheamh Soluis 14/12/1912 p. 23 "Sgéala na Feirsde"
 Claidheamh Soluis 11/1/1913 pp. 2 "Sgéala na Feirsde"

 Claidheamh Soluis 11/1/1913 pp. 7 "A singer of the Gaedhealtacht"

 Claidheamh Soluis 15/3/1913 p. 2
 Claidheamh Soluis 17/5/1913 p. 9 (Hardebec)
 Claidheamh Soluis 13/12/1913 p. 3 "Mal Bhán Ní Chuilleanáin",
 CCU 73 - tag Amhráin Chúige Uladh, eagrán 1977 122
 CCU 189, 236-7, 238, 239, 241, 242, 250-1, 267, 269, 273, 278, 283, 303
 303 repro in Duanaire Gaedhilge I No 59
 DCCU 23, 246, 343, 400
 DDU 175, 261
 Macallaí Ghaeltacht na Speiríní, Peadar Mac Gabhann, Comhar, Eanair 1989 p. 30-34
 Irisleabhar Mhuineacháin 1983 41, 44 (muinntir Threasaigh)
 Tyrone: history and society 671-2 (the Traceys), 692 (the Tracey family)
 Irish News 1/6/1911 p.4 (Columcille, `Practical Work')
 Irish Weekly, Eanair 1911, Eanair 1912, ?eile
 An Chraobh Ruadh (Béal Feirste, Bealtaine 1913) "Ann Tracy, Irish Traditional Singer" by Carl G. Hardebeck; pp. 71-73 [Hardebeck]
 An tUltach 3,8,8 (ref)
 Irish News Anon: "A loss to the Gael (Bás Anna Ní Threasaigh)", Irish News 01/01/1913 lch 7 (Anne Treacy; Eamon Treacy).
 Irish News 23/01/1913 4 (A country singer; by Alice L Milligan - says Anne taught songs to Éamonn's grandchildren)
Papers of Alice Milligan. MS Q34B:4. A Country Singer . Typescript, 2 pages (2 pieces). Some manuscript clarifications. Formerly fastened with straight pin. (Anne Treacy of Benefreachan, Tyrone. Died December 1912).
 Journal of the Irish Folksong Society VIII (1910) 23-29
 H(untington)&H (Sam Henry), lgh. 64 (H830, 21/10/1939 - CCU No 66),
 235 (H831, 28/10/1935 - CCU No 33) 
Ref: Peadar Mac Gabhann. Cloch ar a gCarn: Macallaí Ghaeltachtna Speiríní. Comhar, Iml. 48, Uimh 1 (Jan., 1989), pp. 30-34 Published
C1901: TL Binnafreaghan
 #22: John Tracey, head, 50, not married
 Ann, sister, 48, not m, I&E

Nansaigh Ni Threasaigh. Baile Atha Cliath [Dublin], Oifig Díolta Foilseachan Rialtais, I/-. C 1957. 5p. 4to.

 

Tyrone History & Society

Page 671-2

“While collecting folklore and song in the area in 1909 Enrí Ó Muirghesa (anglicé Henry Morris) went to visit the Traceys in Binn a’ Phréacháin and transcribe their songs. He refers especially to that song rendered so beautifully by Albert Fry –

Mailigh na gCuach ní Chuileannáin

Is fada liom uaim í uaim í;

Is fada liom uaim í ó d’imigh sí,

Is fada liom shíos agus thuas í;

Mailigh na gCuach níChuileannáin

Ó Muirghesa commented that: This was a Co. Tyrone song written down from a recitation of Éamonn Tracey and his sister Nancy of Binn a’ Phréacháin, near Greencastle in that county. It was in the winter of 1909 I discovered, if I may use that term, Eamonn and Nancy Tracey, and I found them to be a veritable storehouse of Irish lore. The Traceys came from Connacht away back in the ‘troubled times’; according to their own tradition, which probably means that when some of the ‘plantations’ were taking place in Connacht their fathers had to trek and found a refuge in the wild vastness of Tyrone. There appears to have been a literary strain in their family, for an ancestor of theirs, Peadar Rua Tracey of Cashel, made many Irish songs to original airs. It is said that he used to get the inspiration for these airs by going out and listening to the varied voices of the mountain streams around, for the gentle purring of the rivulet, to the deep bass of the swollen torrent. While Nancy was the great authority both as to words and Music Eamonn knew sufficiently of both, to be able to accompany his sister’s singing, and when the two sang together around the big blazing turf fire, you felt your mind transported away back a thousand years or more into the very midst of the civilisation of the Gael. I have heard Irish singing in or from every county where Irish still lives, but the recollection that remains as the sweetest thing my ears have heard is the singing in unison of Eamonn and Nancy Tracey on the side of that remote glen in Tyrone. A great authority on Irish music has pointed out to me that some of their airs contain intrinsic evidence of having been composed for harp accompaniment, thus showing their antiquity, for it is many a year since harps were last played in the glens of ‘dark Tyrone’.

Ó Muirghesa wrote down eight hundred lines of Irish verse from the Traceys and in so doing so saved this treasure of Irish song from oblivion. Many of these songs can be found in his large volumes of Irish song, Céad de Cheoltaibh (1915) and Dhá Chéad de Cheoltaibh Uladh (1934).

Dillon, Charles & Jefferies HA ed (2000) Tyrone History & Society. Geography Publications, Dublin.

 

D'fhiafruigh Peadar Ó Martáin fá chiall an líne seo:

Óró sé do bheatha bhaile

Cialluigheann sé "welcome home", do na saighdiúirí Éireannacha b'fhéidir a bhí ag troid ar an mhór-roinn, agus a rabh súil go bpillfeadh siad lena dtír féin a shaoradh. Nó b'fhéidir gurab iad na Stiubhartaigh a bhí i gceist.

Fuair Éinri Ó Muirgheasa an t-amhrán seo ó mhuinntir Threasaigh i gCo Thír Eoghain (dearc "Ceád de Cheoltaí Uladh" nó "Dhá Chéad de Cheoltaí Uladh", níl fhios agam cé acu). Rinne Pádraig Mac Piarais leagan úr dó.

Deirtear "sé do bheatha" do dhuine a thig chun toighe chugat - sé sin, más fáilte atá agat dó!

Ciarán Ó Duibhín. 23 Mar 1994

The McCartan Documents, 1916
59. Correctly Róró sé do bheatha bhaile. It was originally a Jacobite song, 'Searlas Óg’ circulating in folklore, and was first published with music under that title by Carl G. Hardebeck in his Gems of Melody : Seoda Ceoil, Part 3, Belfast 19?, pp. 19-22, from an air which he took from Ann Treacey of Greencastle, co. Tyrone. Padraig Pearse later re-wrote the words, and his version, with the well-known verse beginning, 'Tá Gráinne Mhaol ag teacht thar sáile', is the one now in general circulation. The song, with its original words, was a great favourite with Eoin MacNeill and Roger Casement. MacNeill did much to popularize it through the Gaelic League, particularly through the college at Omeath. I am indebted to Dr Colm Ó Lochlainn for full information on the song.
Martin, F.X. (1966) The McCartan Documents, 1916. Clogher Record, Vol. 6, No. 1 (1966), pp. 5-65
 

1989: Research on the Social History and the Song Tradition of the Tyrone Gaeltacht
‘Macallaí Ghaeltacht na Speiríní’, Comhar, Mí Eanáir, 1989.
This important article on the Gaeltacht of Mid and North Tyrone was written while I was still an undergraduate at Trinity College, Dublin. Comhar is the premier magazine of contemporary comment in the Irish language on current affairs and the arts. My article focused in particular on the songs in Irish of Anna and Éamon Ó Treasaigh, two singers from Beinn an Phréachain, a townland situated near Greencastle in Mid Tyrone. The words of their songs were preserved for posterity by Éinrí Ó Muirgheasa in his two books entitled: Céad de Cheoltaibh Uladh [p.236-7] (1915) agus Dhá Chéad de Cheoltaibh (1934) Uladh. Éinrí Ó Muirgheasa opined that they were the greatest treasure-house of Gaelic song that he had come across in his travels throughout Ireland as a song-collector in the early decades of the twentieth century. Several other important collectors were in contact with the Traceys. Among these were the peripatetic Irish language teacher, Pilib Ó Bhaldrúin, Charlotte Milligan-Fox, author of the Annals of the Irish Harpers and her equally famous sister Alice Milligan, nationalist poet and leading light in the Celtic Twilight literary revival. In the late 1980s and early 1990s I recorded on tape the memories of old people in Mid-Tyrone of the Traceys and of Pilib Ó Bhaldrúin. Since my return to Ireland in 2000, I have been attempting to identify the whereabouts of the transcriptions of the airs to the Traceys songs. As part of a booklet containing lectures given at the Éigse Cholm Cille held on the Magee Campus in February 2002, I issued on CD two Jacobite songs from the Tracey collection.

Dr Peter Smith, Room MA0006, University of Ulster, Magee Campus, Derry

peter@petersmith.ie

pj.smith@ulster.ac.uk

Phone: 0044 2871375334

 

Michael Tracey of Aughnamerigan Drumlea county Tyrone farmer died 26 June 1940 Probate Londonderry 3 December to John Conway farmer.  Effects £248 5s.  UNAD GRANT (ADMON W/A) DR. 31/08/1976

 

Families and Holdings in the Townland of Innishatieve, Carrickmore

Peter Hollywood and Rose McGarrity

Peter succeeded his mother Catherine in the 'home place'. He married Rose McGarrity, Innishatieve, a daughter of Billy McGarrity.

When Rose was on her way to the USA the ship ran into difficulties and it was thought it was going to sink. During the crisis a priest on board celebrated Mass. She recalled afterwards that she never heard Mass as well in her life. She had been in America before returning to Ireland to marry Peter Hollywood. They had no family.

They experienced hard times and had to sell their place c. 1892. Big Pat McGarrity, their next-door neighbour, purchased most of it except the area alongside the Altinagh River which was bought by Mattha Grogan. The Hollywoods kept a shop and Rosey used to travel around the area with a basket selling ounces of tea, sugar and other goods. After her husband Peter's death in 1896, Rosey lived with her cousin Roseanne Tracey.

Thomas Mallon and Rosey McGarrity

Thomas Mallon married Rosey McGarrity, daughter of Jack McGarrity and Rose O Neill. Patrick and Roseanne were their family.

Patrick emigrated to the USA with his neighbour, Johnny Kerr, in 1886. He died within a few years of emigrating. Roseanne married Patrick Tracey, Greencastle.

Patrick Tracey and Roseanne Mallon

Roseanne Mallon married Patrick Tracey c. 1900. Patrick Tracey originated in Greencastle and 'was a quiet man who kept to himself. When he was employed around Omagh he used to set out walking on Sunday evening in order to be at work on Monday morning. Before his daughter Maggie was born he emigrated to the USA never to return again. He died after a few years in America. Roseanne and her daughter Maggie lived comfortably keeping two cows. She died in 1926 aged 58.

Peter McPhilips and Maggie Tracey

In 1926 Peter McPhillips, Gortfin, married Maggie Tracey and came to live in Innishatieve. Brigid, Anne and Maggie were members of their family. Brigid Anne married Peter McDonald, Legnashamer. Maggie did not marry. In 1965 Peter McPhillips sold his farm to his next door neighbour Michael Kerr for ?1,200. In 1981 the McPhillips family moved from Innishatieve to settle in Carrickmore. From the time Pat Donnelly settled in the farm in the 1830s until Peter McPhilips sold it in 1965, the holding remained the same size 7.5 acres.

Kerr, Peter (1933) Families and Holdings in the Townland of Innishatieve, Carrickmore. Seanchas Ardmhacha: Journal of the Armagh Diocesan Historical Society, Vol. 15, No. 2 (1993), pp. 151-235

 
 

MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS

Alice Tracey, 1985, Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Bridget Tracey, 1936, Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Frank Tracey, 1987, Bodoney Lower Tyrone

James Tracey, 1972, Bodoney Lower Tyrone

James Tracey, 1979, Bodoney Lower Tyrone

John Tracey, 1989, Bodoney Lower Tyrone

John Tracey, 1989, Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Margaret Tracey, 1932, Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Mary Bernadette Tracey, 1958, Bodoney Lower Tyrone

Michael Tracey, 1940, Bodoney Lower Tyrone

 

 

 

john tracey Long Kesh.jpg

 

 

John Tracey, Greencastle, Co. Tyrone

 

Francis McGowan and John Tracey recollect their experiences of their time spent imprisoned in the late 1970's and early 1980s including their recollections of the 1981 Hunger Strike in Long Kesh.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_nmejJp_fI

 

 

 
 
 Ballintacker, Beragh

 

Catherine Treacy. Treacy Catherine of Mullaghslin [Mullaghslin Glebe Clogherny] county Tyrone widow died 16 March 1935 Administration W/A Londonderry 21 September to James Treacy farmer.  Effects £44.

 

Owen Tracey of Mullaghslin county Tyrone farmer died 26 July 1914 Administration (with Will) Londonderry 24 December to Catherine Tracey the widow.  Effects £102 11s. 3d.

 

Owen Treacy of Mullaghslin [Mullaghslin Glebe] county Tyrone farmer died 19 January 1930 Administration Londonderry 17 April to James Treacy farmer.  Effects £1058 10s. 6d.

 

 

 
 Cappagh

 

Edward Treasy/Tracey & Mary McDermott

Michael b. 5 September 1874 (LDS)

Ann b. 12 March 1876 (LDS)

Mary Jane b. 26 September 1879 Fecarry (LDS)

 

Owen Tracey of Mullaghmore Omagh county Tyrone farmer and building contractor died 26 March 1941 Probate Londonderry 24 September to James Tracey electrician Clara Loughrey married woman and Kathleen Jones married woman.  Effects £973 2s. 9d.

 

Patrick Tracey  of Fecarry Mountfield Omagh county Tyrone farmer J.P. died 7 November 1936 Probate Londonderry 14 December to James Slevin public elementary teacher.  Effects £112 12s. 5d.

 

Peter Tracey of Brackagh South Omagh county Tyrone farmer died 10 December 1935 Probate Londonderry 21 April to Patrick McCullagh farmer.  Effects £46.

 

April 11 1856. At Mullaghmore, Cranny, near Omagh, on the 26th ult., Mr. Thomas Treacy, at the advanced age of 105 years

 

MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS

??? Treacy,