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 It may be presumed that the Traceys of Westmeath are descended from the Uí Bairrche.

 

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The Traceys of Westmeath can trace their history back to the beginning of historical records, as they were of the Uí Bairrche.

 

The placename Aghyrassy [Newtown] is stated to be associated with the Traceys.

Townland names aghyrassy. Ach[adh] Ui Threasaigh, O Trasey's Field, Field Namebook 3. Locally interpreted Tracey's Pass, ibid. "Aghe-thrassa " Inq. Car. I no. 1 [Aghethrassa, 1 - Car. I.]

Paul Walsh (1957) The placenames of Westmeath. Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies

 

The placename Ratrass (Rath-treasa) [Killucan] may have an association with the Traceys, translated as fort of the Traceys. Joyce lists Rath-treasa, as rath of the treas or battle.

 

 

 

Pedigree of the Tracy Family from John the First Lord Viscount Tracy to Martin Tracy Esq. Of Streamstown in the count of Westmeath, in Ireland. The gr. Grandson of the Honble Robt Judge Tracy of the Common Pleas in England. The claimant to the Title, Honors and Dignities of Viscount and Baron Tracy of Rathcoole in the county of Dublin and Kingdom of Ireland.

 

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1. Sir John Tracy

The son of Sir John Tracy knighted in 1574 by Queen Elizabeth. He was created Lord Viscount Tracy of Rathcoole by letters of patent by Chas 1 dated 12th Jan 1642.

married Anne Daughter of Thomas Shirley of Isfield in the county of Sussex by whom he had issue 2 sons.

 

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1.1 Robert the eldest son of John 1st Viscount who on the death of his father became 2nd Viscount

he was knighted by King Chas 1st was married twice

Died & was buried at Toddingham, May 1683

 

2nd wife Dorethy Daughter of Thomas Cocks Esq of Castlebtch in the County of Harford Ancestor of the present Earls of Somars.

 

1.1.1b The Honorable Robert Tracey many years Judge of the Common Please which office he resigned in 1726. He died and was buried at Didbrook on the 19th September 1735

married ??? daur of William ??? Esq ??? ??? and ??? sons and ??? daughters

 

1.1.1.5 William Tracy 3rd son of Robert Judge Tracy formerly of Donore & afterwards of Streamstown in the county of Westmeath where he died 12th June 1782 aged 90 years having married the widow Gagharan whose maiden name was Bridget Nester and whose family resided in the parish of Dysart or Castletown. She died in the year 1782 aged 74 years. Both buried at Castletown Geoghegan leaving issue 4 children 3 sons and one daur

 

1.1.1.5.1 Daniel Tracy who was born at Donore in the county of Westmeath in the year 1736 and died in April of the year 1823 was buried at Castletown Geoghegan in the same grave as his father William Tracy having married Mary Wheelaghan of the parish of Durrow in the Kings County and had issue 4 children

1.1.1.5.1.1 Joseph Tracy who went to America. 50 years age and there died unmarried.

1.1.1.5.1.2 William Tracy who also went to America. About 45 years age and there died unmarried

1.1.1.5.1.3 Bridget Tracy who married Mr Edward Neil of Kilbeggan & both died without issue

1.1.1.5.1.4 Elizabeth Tracy who died young

 

1.1.1.5.2 Malachy or Loughlin Tracy born in the year 1742 at Donore he afterwards went to Meldrum where he died on the 22nd June 1816 aged 74 years and he lies buried in Horsesleap church yard see epitaph. He married Miss Mary Moore Parish of Horseleap in the County of Westmeath and had issue

1.1.1.5.2.1 Miss Catherine Tracy now the widow of Thomas Clarke to whom she was married by special licence in Dublin 24 September 1798 & now residing in Meldrum House in the county of Westmeath her late husband Thomas Clarke Esq formerly of Dublin died on the 18th August 1816 aged 45 years. See his tomestone in Horseleap church yard. They had issue 4 sons and 2 daughters

1.1.1.5.2.1.1 James Clarke the eldest son of said Thomas & Catherine Clarke a retired solicitor residing at Meldrum House

1.1.1.5.2.1.2 The Reverend Thomas Tracy Clarke the 2nd son residing at Beaumont Lodge Old Winsor in the count of Berks.

1.1.1.5.2.1.3 The Reverend Malachy Clarke 3rd son now residing abroad

1.1.1.5.2.1.4 Christoper Clarke M.D. the 4th son now residing at Naas in the county of Kildare. M.R.C.S. England A.B. & M.B. Trinity College Dublin. Physician to Clongowes College Kildare. He married Mary daur of the late Daniel Hodgens Esq of Dove House Blackrock Co. Dublin

1.1.1.5.2.1.5 Catherine Clarke a nun at the convent of at Navan in the county of Meath

1.1.1.5.2.1.6 Maria Clarke now residing at Meldrum House.

 

1.1.1.5.3. James Tracy born in 1744 at Donore and died in the year 1834 aged 90 years & was buried at Castletown Greghegan having married Dorothy Carroll Balinabarna in the parish of Kilcumreagh in the county of Westmeath and had issue.

1.1.1.5.3.1. Martin Tracy the present claimant who is a bachelor & is now residing at Streamstown in the count of Westmeath.

1.1.1.5.3.2. William Tracy died unmarried in his 24th year and lies buried at Castletown Greghegan

1.1.1.5.3.3. Daniel Tracy late of Streamstown died 5th November 1855 and was buried at Castletown Greghegan having married Bridget White on the 17 November 1848. She is now living at Streamstown having had issue.

1.1.1.5.3.3.1 James Tracy who died at Demarara 11th May 1841

1.1.1.5.3.3.2 Martin Tracy now living in New York in America

1.1.1.5.3.3.3 William Tracy now living in Streamstown. He married Hannah Jordan and has issue 3 children [see Castletown Geoghegan]

1.1.1.5.3.3.3.1 Joseph Tracy

1.1.1.5.3.3.3.2 Mary Tracy 

1.1.1.5.3.3.3.3 Daniel Tracy

1.1.1.5.3.3.4 Joseph Tracy now living in America

1.1.1.5.3.3.5 Mary Tracy who died unmarried

1.1.1.5.3.3.6 Dorethy Tracy now living at Ballymore in the county of Westmeath unmarried

1.1.1.5.3.3.7 Anne Tracy now living at Streamstown and unmarried.

 

1.1.1.5.4. Anne Tracy born in 1746 at Donore in the county of Westmeath she was married in 1762 to the Late Mr. Patrick Seery in the county of Westmeath and had issue

1.1.1.1.5.4.1 Bridget their daughter now living in Lara in the county of Westmeath.

(See Tracy Peerage Case III)

 

Tracy Peerage Case

CL & 7 Vol 10

1. William Tracy of Canelly (Ross), Kings Co. d. 1734 married Mary O’Brien

1.1 James of Gurteen, Kings Co. b. 1729 d. 1794

1.1.1 Joseph

1.1.1.1 James

1.1.2 BLANK

1.1.3 BLANK

1.2 Timothy of Coole, Co. Westmeath. b. 1730 d. 1799 (~~ unreadable)

1.3 Anne m. Casrole of Killoughy, Kings Co.

(The following was included on the same page but may not be connected to the above)

1. July 1724 Wm Tipper of Tipperstown, Co. Kildare and Edward T. Now of Dublin set to Benj.Gale of Dublin lands of Tippertown for 3 lives (?).

GO Ms 576 Sadleir Pedigree Notebook, page 206.

(Included in the index of GO Ms 470 with the following in pencil “JA 2/9/44”)

Evidence of Barrakia Lowe Tarlton...heard of other claimants...knew old Patrick Tracy of Tullamore, now dead...William Welden Tracy of Ard [Geashill]...present claimant was a Wine Merchant in Dublin...my Aunt was married to William Tracy...

Evidence of Patrick Boyne...I married a daughter of Mr. Wyer [of Dureen near Portarlington in the Kings County]...my father-in-law's mother was a Tracy and connected with the Tracys...

Statement of Joseph Tracy made in 1836...formerly of Geashill in the King's County Ireland now of Chapel Place North, South Audley Street, London...aged seventy years and upwards...I was principally reared by my uncle, the late Timothy Tracy of Coole in the County of Westmeath Ireland...that on the 10th day of August 1796 he gave me a Prayer Book...In 1798 I married the daughter of Mr. Philip Tracy of Castlebrack in the Queen's County, by whom I have a family of four sons and two daughters. In the year 1815, I gave the aforesaid Prayer book to my eldest son James...on his going to reside in Dublin...

Statement of William Carroll made in 1836...will be 72 years of age the eight day of August next ensuing...[lived at the age of six or seven] in the townland of Bonatern, Parish of Killoughy, Barony of Ballyboy, in the Kings County in Ireland...mothers maiden name was Ann Tracy...was born in the Parish of Lismally [Lynally?] in the King's County...his uncles James Tracy [and] Timothy Tracy...[grandparents] William Tracy and Mary Tracy...his uncle Timothy, who was at that period abroad, engaged in the German War...Deponent was about twelve or Fourteen years of age his Uncle Timothy came home, accompanied by his wife, an English Woman...gave money to his mother...and was afterwards a Clerk in the General Post Office in the City of Dublin...became agent to Lord Boyne, who had an estate in the Parish of Lanelly...employed for many years by Lord Portarlington, near Spire Hill at Portarlington,  but his uncle not considering the salary sufficient entered into the service of Mr. Smyth of the county of Westmeath, member of parliament, who gave him a freehold in the townland of Coole, county Westmeath, where he settled, died and was buried around 1799...Uncle James living in Gurteen in the Barony of Geashill on Lord Digby's Estate...wife maiden name was Carrier...had one child named Joseph...  Mr. O'Brien, a merchant in Dublin, came to London on mercantile business with his daughter Mary...William Tracy made his acquaintance with her there...and came over to Dublin and married her...they settle in Dublin and Mr. O'Brien took him in as a partner, they failed in Business and that William Tracy and his wife, with his two sons, went to the country, to the Parish of Lanelly, in about 1731 and settled on Lord Boyne's Estate where Ann was born...William Tracy died 1734...James Tracy died 1794 and was buried in Castlebrack...His children...Joseph the eldest son and two other sons Andrew and Patrick and one daughter...Timothy was a protestant and James a catholic - he went with his wife.

(See Tracy Peerage Case I and II)

 

1755 A petition of Elizabeth Tracy, Widow, and John Alder of Athlone, Woolen-Drapers, and Partners, setting forth, that by great losses in Trade they are rendered uncapable to pay all their Debts, and that they were obliged to abscond and quit carrying on said business.

That it is the Opinion of this Committee, that the Petitioner Elizabeth Tracy, Widow, and John Alder, have fully proved the Allegations of their Petition.

Votes of the House of Commons, in the fifteenth session of the present Parliament of Ireland, appointed to meet at Dublin the twenty eighth day... Dublin, MDCCLV. [1755]

 

Kirk Onchan, Isle of Man

Eliz. Treacey, late of Athlone, died June 20th, 1762, aged 59 years

 

13/1/1765 Will [Robert Adair?]

Rev. Philip Tracy, City of Dublin, 10 Dec 1765 , Thomas Burroughs, Esq, City of Dublin  paid to Philip Tracy with consent of

Robert Tyghe (Tighe) Mitchelstown [ Parish Castletowndelvin ] co Westmeath

Forster Adair, son of Robert Adair (deceased. will annexed to deed), Hollybrook House, [ Parish Kilmacanoge ] co Wicklow

John Nugent, Esq. eld son & heir of James Nugent dec'd, Clonloss or Clonlost, [ Parish Rathconnell ], co Westmeath

for lands in co. Westmeath : Clonlost alias Newbridge, Crosserdree, Clondalever, Fennor, Balrath, Ballycorr & [ Druminroenan adjoining Druminroe ? ] all in Parish Rathconnell, barony Moycashel & Magheradernon. Also Johnstown & Killadoughran, Parish Castletowndelvin, Barony Delvin. Also Ballycahillroe & Agharanny, Parish Kilcleagh, Barony Clonlonan. 1 house in Trim, co Meath.

13/6/1766 Lease

Rev Phillip Tracy, 16 Aug 1766, House south-side Church St, Dublin, John Rice, Weaver, Church St, Dublin, Jane Yarner, occupier, deceased, Dublin

 

1778-1790 Catholic Qualification Rolls

Loughlin Treasy, Shopkeeper, of Horseleap, 5th Aug 1782 Assizes Mullingar

 

1796 Irish Flax Growers

John Tracy, Balinacorga, Westmeath 

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

Edward Treacy born Drumreny, Westmeath. Served in 67th Foot Regiment; Hancock Fencibles Discharged aged 48, 1797-1824

Edward Treacy, b. 1775 Athlone, Westmeath

Edward Tracey b. 1775/6 Drumreny, Westmeath / Athlone. Hancock’s Fencibles then  67th Foot27th Dec 1797- 1824 as Treacy. Discharged Nov 1823 as Tracey to reside in Athlone. 28 yrs total service (with 19 in India) Sgt 4 yrs. Labourer aged 48 WO117/1 WO121Pension paid in Athlone, Westmeath (transferred from Ennis 31st Dec 1846 permanently). WO22/143

Edwd Tracey, born Dummerey Atrone Wt Meath, Private 67th Foot, residence 4 Aug 1824

John Tracey, b. 1787 Mullingar, Westmeath WO121 Chelsea  

 

11 Mar. 1800 Belfast Newsletter

Co. Westmeath legislative union…Moate…Wm Tracy…Meernstown…William Tracy…

 

3 March 1801 (FJ)

At the Assizes of Mullingar...James Tracy, for robberies and burglaries.

Ireland-Australia Transportation

Surname

First Name

Reb

Ship

Tried

Trial Place

Term

DOB

Native Place

DOD

Death Place

Remarks

Tracey

James

 

Hercules I (1802)

1801

Westmeath

7

 

 

 

 

 

James ‘Key of the works’ Tracy of Westmeath was the leader of the mutiny on the ‘Hercules’ in 1801 but had escaped death by informing on his fellow conspirators.  There was also a mutiny on the ‘Anne’.

3 March 1801 (FJ) At the Assizes of Mullingar...James Tracy, for robberies and burglaries.

 

HISTORICAL RECORDS OF AUSTRALIA

THE TRIAL OF CAPTAIN BETTS

LUCKYN BETTS, Master of the Transport Ship Hercules, Stands Charged [killing of Prendergass].. from the port of Cork...

THOMAS TBOTTEB, Serjeant, N. S. Wales Corps, being Sworn...that about a quarter of an hour after (if so much), Prendergass, Tracey, and 5 or 6 others were ordered on the Q'r Deck; that Dep't bro't them there by order of the Chief Mate, Mr. Aiken; one of the prisoners, Tracey (now alive), said he might blame Prendergass for the whole; Capt. Betts desired Dep't to go and hear what Tracey bad to say; he did go, and Tracey told him that Prendergass was at the head of the whole; Capt. Betts then desired Prendergass to pray, for that he was a dead man; Prendergass fell on his knees and declared he was innocent; Capt. Betts clapped a Pistol to his Head several times, and said he would Shoot him, but he did not see him do it;...

Q. 8.—Did any other person, except Tracey, accuse Prendergass of being a Ringleader, and did you believe him to be such?

A.—At that time no other person accused Prendergass except Tracey, but he was previous to that time generally understood to be such...

EBENEZER JENKINS COOPER OF THE HERCULES SWORN...

Q. 18.—At the time Prendergass was Shot, in what Position was he?

A.—Sitting down on the Deck and I heard him protest his Innocence and Tracey who supposed himself dying was accusing him of having been the cause of his death...

 

(SG 5 March 1803)

Fifteen Prisoners who arrived on the Atlas and Hercules were ransacking houses and committing acts of violence and atrocity at Castle Hill in March 1803.

 

(SG 2 October 1803)

Execution at Castle Hill - On Monday last John Lynch (per Atlas) and James Tracey who were condemned to suffer death were removed from the gaol at Sydney and sent to Parramatta where they remained until Tuesday morning. At 7 o'clock the malefactors were taken out of the Parramatta gaol and under an escort proceeded to Castle Hill, the place appointed for their Execution; where the Rev. Marsden attended. On of the unhappy men, Lynch, seemed sensibly affected at his situation. Tracey on the contrary assumed an air of sullen hardihood, denied his being accessary to the fact of which he had been convicted. Shortly before the cart was driven off Lynch addressed the spectators in a becoming manned and hoped that his melancholy fate would operate on the minds of others as a caution against falling into similar vices; but in this last voluntary effort of contrition he was interrupted by his unrelenting companion, who harshly desired him not to gratify the spectators and shortly after they were both launched in to Eternity!

Tracey's offences before he reached this country were numerous. He was foremost in the insurrection on board the Hercules on her passage hither, and was the first who dared attempt to surprise the Officers; but receiving a wound through the arm instantly turned upon the wretched companions of his guilt and rashness; and in consequence of his informations many afterwards suffered exemplary punishments, and too late repented of a precipitancy whose object merited no better fate. His companions had formerly nick named him "The key of the works" by which appellation he was generally distinguished. It is a melancholy reflection that this unfortunate character had only lived as a scourge to society, and that in the very last moments of his existence he should still strive to support the character of an abounded unrepentant sinner. The crime for which these misguided men died was of too heinous a nature to admit an extension of clemency. http://www.jenwilletts.com/convict_ship_hercules_1802.htm

 

Charles Tracey to NSW

Alias:           Irish Rebel: WB        Religion: Catholic
Marital status: Married 2 children
Calling/trade: Farmers man
Born: 1804 Westmeath
Tried: 1827 Mullingar Westmeath Co         

Sentence: Life
Ship: Cambridge (1827)
Crime: House burning

31 July 1804 (FJ) Murder and Reward

Anthony O'Reilly of Benniton[?] Lodge, in co. Westmeath...murdered...reward...Loughlin Tracy £2/5/6...

 

1804 Subscribers

C.F. Tracy, A.B. S.T.C.D.

Warren Tracy, Esq. do. (Dublin)

W. Weldon Tracy, Esq. do. (Dublin)

Mr. Thomas Tracy, do. (Dublin)

Mr. Daniel Tracy, Accountant, Streamstown (Westmeath)

A Complete Treatise on Arithmetic, Rational and Practical:… By Paul Deighan. Published by Printed and sold for the author, by J. Jones, 1804

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

John Tracey born Ballinacargee, Westmeath. Served in 50th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 22 after 4 years 4 months of service Covering dates give year of enlistment to year of discharge, 1805-1810

John Tracey b. 1788 Ballinacargee, Mullingar,Westmeath  50th Foot 1805-April 1810 .With Thomas.Son of John flax grower? Pensioner in WEM lost left leg at thigh. Military General Service Medal bars VC. Labourer WO121 admitted Kilmainham after2.5 yrs service 5th April 1810 WO116/13

Jas Tracey, born Dalliancayne W Meath, 50th Regiment of Foot, residence Apr 1809

 

1806 Subscribers:

Rev. Patrick Tracy, Athlone

Rev. William Tracy

The Practice of Christian and Religious Perfection. From the French of M. FAbbe des Marais, translated from the Spanish of Alonsus Rodriguez, S.J. Vol. I. Kilkenny, J. Reynolds, 1806.

Ignatius Fennessy. Some Irish Clerical Subscribers 1800-24. Source: Collectanea Hibernica, No. 36/37 (1994/1995), pp. 196-242

 

13 August 1807 An Act for the Sale of Part of the Estate of John Joseph Henry Esquire

Westmeath, Lissmoney and part of Ballard, £150, lease of May 1 1793, 3 lives Ewd Kelly, Darby Kelly, James Tracy

Kildare, Clownings and Turnings, 33a0r36p, lease April 2 1782, 31 years, John Tracy, tenant, £49 rent, £82.10.0 value

 

Feb 22, 1814 (BL) Extract of a letter from Kilbeggan

"A few nights ago, a number of those desperadoes which infest the adjoining districts, attacked the house of Mr. Tracey, a respectable Roman Catholic gentleman, residing about three miles from this town. On first alarm, Mr. Tracey, aided by a faithful man servant, prepared for his defence, and after exchanging several shots with the ruffians, who repeatedly endeavoured to force an entry, he succeeded in beating off the gang, who on their departure threatened to return the following night with additional numbers to satiate their vengence; in consequence of which this worthy man has been obliged, with his family to move into this town, and leave his property a prey to those miscreants."

 

1814

Mr. M. Tracy, Meldrum, Kilbeggan, Westmeath

William Tracy, esq, Ard, Philipstown, Kings

Ambrose Leet (1814) A Directory to the Market Towns: Villages, Gentlemen's Seats, and Other Noted Places in Ireland. Dublin.

 

1816 Return of Officers of Excise in Ireland

Flan Tracy, Gaugers, [revenue officer] £80, Athlone East Walk, Westmeath.

1816-8 Return of Sums charged to Incidents of Excise in Ireland for Fines for Illicit Distillation

Flanagan Tracy, gauger, £13/10/10 share fines 6 Aug. 1817, £45/10/0 rewards 28 Jan. 1818

Excise Ireland - Allowances ceased in the year ended 5 Jan 1826
Flanagan Tracey, Officer, died 17 December 1825, Amount per annum £30.9.3 

2 Mar 1822-10 Mar 1822 Quit Rent Office - Papers relating to the crown estates of Doon and Trust, County Galway

2 letters from Flan Tracey, Athlone [Westmeath], the first to William Plunkett, Attorney General, the second to Robert Reeves, Solicitor for the Forfeited Estates, relating to Tracey's discovery of concealed crown land in County Galway. NAI QRO/4/3/7/58 (see Thomas Stanley Tracey)

 

Ireland-Australia Transportation

James Tracey b. 23rd Oct 1787 1/26th enlisted 5th July 1805 WO25/951

James Tracey 1/26th court-martialled at Gibraltar 9th Oct 1817 for desertion a second time and transported for 14 years as a felon WO92/1

Name

Age

Reb

Ship

Tried

Trial Place

Term

DOB

Native Place

DOD

Death Place

Remarks

James Tracey

28

 

Isabella I (1) [1818]

1817

Gibraltar Court Martial

14

1790

Athlone Co Roscommon or Westmeath

 

 

Labourer

James Tracey. Per "Isabella", 1818, Feb 6 1822, On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per "Elizabeth Henrietta" (Reel 6008; 4/3504A p.403)

James Tracey, 18 May 1825, Constable at Newcastle

James Treasy (Tracey), Isabella 1818, 10 August 1825 Newcastle, Died aged 37

James Tracey

1825 Apr 22, Town Constable at Newcastle. On return of persons on Police Establishment for the Counties of Northumberland and Durham who are entitled to salaries (Reel 6068; 4/1812 p.51)

1825 May 18, Town constable at Newcastle. On return of constables for the counties of Northumberland and Durham (Fiche 3302; 4/7419.1 p.16)

 

James Tracey, Isabella 1818, 1822 6 February.  On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per 'Elizabeth Henrietta'

James Treasy (Tracey), Isabella 1818, died 10 August 1825 Newcastle aged 37 - Church of England Burials Register Book 1821 – 1825

http://www.jenwilletts.com/searchaction.php?page=6&surname=&ship=isabella%201818&firstname=

 

Freemasons

Wm Tracy, 12 Jul 1822, Lodge 102 Finea Granard Westmeath,  

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

Thomas Tracey born Rahoe, Westmeath. Served in 24th Foot Regiment; 98th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 41, 1824-1846

Thomas Tracey, b. 1805 Ril?in, Westmeath

Thomas Tracey b.1805 Rilin, Rahoe, Westmeath 24th Foot 98th Foot 1824-1846

Thomas Tresey b. 1805 Athlone, Westmeath 2/28th Foot enlisted 7th Dec 1825 Embarked for Corfu 31st Jan 1826 WO25/362

(Thomas Tracey ch 13th Dec 1805, St Peter’s Athlone son of Michael Tracy & Eleanora Gurrin) ?

 

Mr. F.A.B. Tracy, Athlone

Subscriber to: O’Kelly, P (1824) The Aonian Kaleidoscope or A Collection of Original Poems. Cork.

 

Schoolteachers 1826/7

Bridget Tracy, RC, Walterstown, Kilkenny W, Co. Westmeath.

 

 

The Irish Catholic Petition for 1829

…Westmeath resign to Loughlin Tracy… (See Tracy Peerage above)

Urban, Sylvanus (1828) The Gentleman’s Magazine and Historical Review. Vol XCVIII., London .1828

 

 

 

British War Office to 1860 (WO97) – Chelsea Hospital

Hugh Treacy, b. 1829 Horseleap, Westmeath

 

17 Mar 1831 Westmeath Journal

Simon Treacy, of Terrycrew, houses & land at Terrycrew, barony Moycashel

 

1820s-1830s Tithe Records

Alphabetical

 By Area

 

Daniel Tracy, Twy [Twyford?], Ballyloughloe, Westmeath, 1826

Danl Tracy [& Martin Tracy], Streamstown [& Donnellans' farm], Ardnurcher, Westmeath, 1827

Dennis Tracy, Heathstown, Killucan, Westmeath, 1830

 

Hugh Tracey, Brackaharagh Or Clonymurrican, Ardnurcher, Westmeath, 1827

Hugh Tracey, Clonymarrycan, Ardnurcher, Westmeath, 1827

 

James Tracey [Mr], Donnellans Farm, Ardnurcher, Westmeath, 1827

James Tracey, Clonbrusk, St Mary's Athlone, Westmeath, 1829

James Tracy, Cloghon Gay [Cloghanboy?], St Mary's Athlone, Westmeath, 1829

James Tracy, Clonbrusk, St Mary's Athlone, Westmeath, 1829 [duplicate]

James Tracy, Grange Gibbon [Grangegibbon], Kilbeggan, Westmeath, 1834

John Tracey, Ballynacliffy, Kilkenny West, Westmeath, 1823

John Tracy [& Willm Tracy], Cloneyegan, Ballyloughloe, Westmeath, 1826

John Tracy, Nahadbeg [Nahod Little], Ballyloughloe, Westmeath, 1826

 

Martin Tracey, Castletown, Castletownkindalen, Westmeath, 1826

Martin Tracy [& Danl Tracy], Streamstown [& Donncllans' farm], Ardnurcher, Westmeath, 1827

Mathew Tracey, Donore Demesne, Ardnurcher, Westmeath, 1827

 

Simon Tracy, Terrycrew & Loughanacronan, Castletownkindalen, Westmeath, 1826

 

Thomas Tracey, Clonmellon, Killua, Westmeath, 1830

Thos Tracey, Ballynacliffy, Kilkenny West, Westmeath, 1823

 

William Tracey, Tullaghan, Castletownkindalen, Westmeath, 1826

Willm Tracy [& John Tracy], Cloneyegan, Ballyloughloe, Westmeath, 1826

Wm Tracey, Ballyclough Duff [Ballycloghduff], Drumraney, Meath [Westmeath], 1826

 

 

Danl Tracy [& Martin Tracy], Streamstown [& Donnellans' farm], Ardnurcher, Westmeath, 1827

Hugh Tracey, Brackaharagh Or Clonymurrican, Ardnurcher, Westmeath, 1827

Hugh Tracey, Clonymarrycan, Ardnurcher, Westmeath, 1827

James Tracey [Mr], Donnellans Farm, Ardnurcher, Westmeath, 1827

Martin Tracy [& Danl Tracy], Streamstown [& Donncllans' farm], Ardnurcher, Westmeath, 1827

Mathew Tracey, Donore Demesne, Ardnurcher, Westmeath, 1827

 

Daniel Tracy, Twy [Twyford?], Ballyloughloe, Westmeath, 1826

John Tracy [& Willm Tracy], Cloneyegan, Ballyloughloe, Westmeath, 1826

John Tracy, Nahadbeg [Nahod Little], Ballyloughloe, Westmeath, 1826

Willm Tracy [& John Tracy], Cloneyegan, Ballyloughloe, Westmeath, 1826

 

Martin Tracey, Castletown, Castletownkindalen, Westmeath, 1826

William Tracey, Tullaghan, Castletownkindalen, Westmeath, 1826

Simon Tracy, Terrycrew & Loughanacronan, Castletownkindalen, Westmeath, 1826

 

Wm Tracey, Ballyclough Duff [Ballycloghduff], Drumraney, Meath [Westmeath], 1826

 

James Tracy, Grange Gibbon [Grangegibbon], Kilbeggan, Westmeath, 1834

 

John Tracey, Ballynacliffy, Kilkenny West, Westmeath, 1823

Thos Tracey, Ballynacliffy, Kilkenny West, Westmeath, 1823

 

Thomas Tracey, Clonmellon, Killua, Westmeath, 1830

 

Dennis Tracy, Heathstown, Killucan, Westmeath, 1830

 

James Tracey, Clonbrusk, St Mary's Athlone, Westmeath, 1829

James Tracy, Cloghon Gay [Cloghanboy?], St Mary's Athlone, Westmeath, 1829

James Tracy, Clonbrusk, St Mary's Athlone, Westmeath, 1829 [duplicate]

 

 

Alumni Duublinenses: Trinity Dublin

Thomas Trac(e)y, Siz. (Mr. Nemo), May 28, 1834, aged 21; R.C., s. of Flan, defunctus; b. Westmeath, Sch. 1838. B.A. Æst. 1841. (see Thomas Stanley Tracey)

James Tracy, letter to Rev P Bliss 1829 (British Library 34,570 F 246)

Thomas Tracey, Scholar of Trinity College Dublin, letter to Rev P Bliss 1841 (British Library 34,574 F 322)

 

Thomas Andrew Tracy – Newspaper Man, Bristol Conn. [1891-2 Yale]

Thomas Andrew Tracy was born June 2d 1873 at Bristol, Conn. He is the son of James Tracy and Catherine Mary Baggot, who were married May 7th 1865,… James Tracy (b. at West Meath, Ireland, in April, 1834) came to America at the age of eighteen and settled at Bristol, where he has spent the greater part ...

Decennial Record by Yale University Class of 1896, Columbia University, Class of 1898, College of Pharmacy – 1907 Page 612

 

1835 State of religious and other instruction now existing in Ireland

Diocese of Meath

Kilkenny West [Westmeath]. Kilkenny West. School in Glasson kept by Bridget Tracey. Pay children of 1s to 2s6d per quarter, amounting to £10 per annum. No list. In summer about 35 pupils in winter about 25. Reading and needlework.

 

Ireland-Australia Transportation Database (1780-1868)

SURNAME: TRACY                            

OTHER NAMES: HUGH

PLACE OF TRIAL: Westmeath                          

DOCUMENT REFERENCES:  CRF 1836 Misc94

17 March 1839 Westmeath Gaol

Hugh Treacy, discharged 1 April 1837

Sessional Papers

 

1836-1840 Outrage Reports Ireland

James Tracey, 1839, Ballymore, Westmeath

 

Ireland-Australia Transportation Database (1780-1868)

SURNAME: TRACY                             

OTHER NAMES: PATRICK

AGE:  17

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Westmeath                   

TRIAL DATE: 13/04/1847

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Horse Stealing

SENTENCE: Transportation 14 yrs

DOCUMENT REFERENCES:  TR 6, p 215

 

1798-1914 Register of Enlisted USA

James Tracey, enlisted 2 Dec 1865 at Detroit Mich by Lt Brown for 3 years, born Westmeath Ireland, 31 years, Baker?, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’10.25”, Eng E coy, Destd June 1/66 appld June 5/66, dest’d June 19/66 Enlisted 16/66 in Co “J”/3 under name of John Shea. Dest’d Jany 19/67 enlisted Mch 23/67 in Genical Service as John Keenan. Appl’d Mch 30/67 recognised May 11/68 as a descerth person Co “B” Enged. Dest’d May 21/68.

James Tracey, enlisted 25 Nov 1884 NY NY by Cpt Valois for 5 years, born W Meath Ireland, 25 years, labourer, grey eyes, Lt hair, Ruddy complexion, 5’8”, 4 Art, B coy, Dischgd Nov 24/89, Exp of service at Ft Adams RI, a Pvt char excel

John Treacy, enlisted 21 Aug 1865 Newark NJ by Capt Penchief for 3 years, born Athlone [Roscommon/Westmeath] Ireland, 28 years, soldier, grey eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5’7.5”, G.S. Inf 14 Inf, E coy, Des’t’d March 14/66

Joseph Tracy, 33 years, hazel eyes, blk hair, dark complexion, 5’10”, born Mullingar [Westmeath] Ireland, cabinetmaker, enlisted 15 Mar 1848 Columbus by Lt Ward for 5 years, Recruit, discharged 28 Arl ’48, by Civil Authority (a minor), deserted 12 April ’48, at Columbus Ga, A recruit

Thomas Tracy, born Westmeath Ireland, 23 years, labourer, enlisted 19 Jun 1861 [19 Jun 1889[?]] New York by Lt Bankhead for 5 years, grey eyes,  auburn hair, ruddy complexion, 5’4.5”, 2 Inf, c coy, Discharged Jany 23/63 disability D at New York NY, a private, D. Cush  [2 records]

Thomas Tracy, enlisted 9 Jul 1867 New York by Lieut Smyder for 3 years, born Westmeath Ireland, 30 years, soldier, hazel eyes, brown hair, ruddy complexion, 5’7.5”, 43 Inf, F coy, 3 Em Discharged April 7 1869 for disability at Fort Wayne Mich, a Pvt, Dup certs rec’d

 

1851 English Census

Patrick Tracey, born 1832 in Mullingar, (Westmeath?) Ireland. Residence: Preston, Lancashire.

 

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 33351

Treacy or NOONAN Kate Mike Treacy Kate Treacy nee WARD Drumraney Drumraney Kilkenny W. Westmeath 1917 - Mrs Kate Noonan, Killare Castle, Ballymore, Moate, Westmeath. Family - 6 girls, 2 boys.

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-6.html?lang=en&limit=100&limitstart=30800

Drumraney, Drumraney, Co. Westmeath

Kate Treacy       Applicant

Mike Treacy       Father

 

1852-1857 Westmeath

22. Michael Tracy, Ballinacliffy, 55a/1r/11p, £37.1.4 rent, Lease dated 10th Feb 1852 from William Henry Daniel to Michael Tracy, for life of Michael Tracy and John Tracy, sons of leasee; or 21 years from 10th February 1852. A right of passage is reserved...to and from the bog of Aughedarough; and the tenant covented to build a dwelling house...before the 1st May 1857...

 

1852

William Tracy and Joseph Quinn late Peter Carroll, Mansion house and demesne lands of Streamstown, Moycashel, Westmeath, 1a/0r/1p, £10 rent, from year to year, This holding consists of houses and plots in the village of Streamstown

William Tracy late Anne Calvin, Mansion house and demesne lands of Streamstown, Moycashel, Westmeath, 9a/1r/4p, £6.18.9 rent, from year to year

 

Griffiths Valuation Westmeath 1854

Alphabetical

By Area

Charles Tracey Kinnegad Killucan Westmeath

 

Daniel Tracy Kilnalug Ardnurcher or Horseleap Westmeath

 

Elizabeth Tracy Corgarve Ardnurcher or Horseleap Westmeath

 

Ellen Tracey Killinroan Ballyloughloe Westmeath

 

Felim Tracy Bardanstown Rathaspick Westmeath

 

James Tracey Clonyegan Ballyloughloe Westmeath

 

John Tracy Ballinlaban Ardnurcher or Horseleap Westmeath

John Tracy Teernacreeve Castletownkindalen Westmeath

 

Mary Tracey Ballycloghduff, Molston Drumraney Westmeath

Mary Tracy Athlone Court, Tangier Lane St. Marys Athlone Westmeath

 

Michael Tracey Ballycloghduff, Molston Drumraney Westmeath

Michael Tracey Ballynacliffy Kilkenny West Westmeath

Michael Tracey Kilgarvan Glebe Kilcleagh Westmeath

Michael Tracy Coolaleena Noughaval Westmeath

Michael Tracy Creggan Noughaval Westmeath

 

Patrick Tracy Ballykilroe Castletownkindalen Westmeath

 

William Tracey Ballynacliffy Kilkenny West Westmeath

William Tracey Ballysallagh Drumraney Westmeath

William Tracey Mullingar Main Street Mullingar Westmeath

William Tracy Creggan Noughaval Westmeath

William Tracy Killeenagroagh Killare Westmeath

Daniel Tracy Kilnalug Ardnurcher or Horseleap Westmeath

Elizabeth Tracy Corgarve Ardnurcher or Horseleap Westmeath

John Tracy Ballinlaban Ardnurcher or Horseleap Westmeath

 

Mary Tracy Athlone Court, Tangier Lane St. Marys Athlone Westmeath

 

Ellen Tracey Killinroan Ballyloughloe Westmeath

James Tracey Clonyegan Ballyloughloe Westmeath

 

John Tracy Teernacreeve Castletownkindalen Westmeath

Patrick Tracy Ballykilroe Castletownkindalen Westmeath

 

Mary Tracey Ballycloghduff, Molston Drumraney Westmeath

Michael Tracey Ballycloghduff, Molston Drumraney Westmeath

William Tracey Ballysallagh Drumraney Westmeath

 

Michael Tracey Kilgarvan Glebe Kilcleagh Westmeath

 

Michael Tracey Ballynacliffy Kilkenny West Westmeath

William Tracey Ballynacliffy Kilkenny West Westmeath

 

William Tracy Killeenagroagh Killare Westmeath

 

Charles Tracey Kinnegad Killucan Westmeath

 

William Tracey Mullingar Main Street Mullingar Westmeath

 

Michael Tracy Coolaleena Noughaval Westmeath

Michael Tracy Creggan Noughaval Westmeath

William Tracy Creggan Noughaval Westmeath

 

Felim Tracy Bardanstown Rathaspick Westmeath

 

 

MISSING ADVERTISMENTS NORTH AMERICA

Name of Missing

Home county

Arrival

AD Date

SEEKER

Edward Treacy

Bracklyn, Castletowndelvin, Westmeath

Liverpool

NY City

4/1849

Savannah GA 9/1852

1/7/1854

Henry Treacy (brother)

Hinsdale, Cattaraugus Co, NY

1854 Boston Pilot

Of Edward Treacy, of Bracklyn [Bracklin, Killulagh], parish Castletowndelvin [Delvin], co Westmeath, who emigrated from Liverpool on the 16th of March, `49, and landed in New York, April 23d; sailed from New York to Savannah in Sept, `52, and was not heard of since. Information of him will be received by his brother Henry, Hinsdale, Cattaraugus co, N Y.

 

British War Office

James Tracey b. July 1835 St Mary’s Athlone [Westmeath] 16th Foot enl. Athlone 21st July 1854.Volunteered to 17th Foot 30th Nov 1854.Served in the Crimea. Discharged 4th Oct 1856 to live in Bristol.WO97. Admitted to pension 4th Nov 1856 at Athlone (temporarily transferred to Bristol 31st July 1857) WO22/144. Enlisted 7th Foot 1st Sept 1857 in Bristol. Bad boy. Discharged 17th May 1864 to live in Athlone. WO97

 

July 1855 to Aug 1860 Deposit Account Bishops Philadelphia Bank Volume 2 page 501 [page]

Mary Tracy, 20? years, Westmeath (Note: see ledger 4 folio 353)

http://digital.library.villanova.edu/Item/vudl:202764

 

1856

17. William Treacy, Creggane, Westmeath, 28a/1r/27p, £18.15.0, Tenant from year to year

 

17 May 1856 (NG) The Tracy Peerage

In our last publication we briefly referred to the fact that a new claimant to the Tracy Peerage had been discovered in the person of Mr. Martin Tracy, of Streamstown, in the county of Westmeath. we have been informed that within the past week important information has been obtained, - and most conclusive facts have been brought to light, which leave not the shadow of doubt as to Mr. Tracy's ultimate success in establishing his claim to this ancient. The family of Tracy is well known in the parish of Horseleap, where the father (Mr. J. Tracy) of the present claimant cultivated extensive farms, and was much and actively engaged in other business pursuits during his long life - he having reached the patriarchal age of ninety, and died only a few years since, a reputedly wealthy man. We understand that Mrs. C. Clarke of Meldrum House, a lady of superior intellectual acquirements, who is granddaughter of William Tracy, third son of Judge Tracy, and still in the enjoyment of excellent health and unimpaired faculties entertains a distinct and clear remembrance of her grandfather. As far as we have been able to learn, the family of the claimant are not allied to any family bearing the name residing in this or adjoining counties, but stands perfectly distinct as the real descendants of the first Viscount Tracy, of Rathcoole, created a peer for services rendered the crown by raising a regiment of dragoons in Ireland - a fact which proves that he must have possessed considerable wealth and much influence and played no inconsiderable if not conspicuous part during a stormy period of our country's history. We wish his descendants success in the prosecution of his claim, and shall eagerly watch every new phase in this long-contested and interesting peerage case. - Leinster Express

 

1858 Voters

William Tracy of Dublingate Street Athlone

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

Daniel Tracey 22 Nov 1898 Streamstown Moate Westmeath, shopkeeper, to Michael Tracey, shopkeeper

John Treacy 17 Feb 1904 Drumraney Westmeath, labourer, to Thomas Treacy, farmer

Laurence Treacy 1919 Stilgarvin Glebe Ballinahoun Athlone Westmeath, farmer, to Maria Treacy

Patrick Tracey 9 Jan 1881 Coolalina Westmeath, farmer, to brother John Treacy, farmer

Thomas Tracey 23 Oct 1887 Kinnegad Westmeath, shopkeeper, to son Thomas Tracey, shop assistant

Thomas Tracey 10 Feb 1901 Creggan Glasson Westmeath, to Anne Tracey widow

William Tracy 7 May 1888 Streamstown Westmeath, shopkeeper, to Daniel Tracy, shopkeeper

William Treacy 27 Sep 1866 Mullingar Westmeath, shopkeeper batchelor, to William Henry Robinson of South Great Georges Street Dublin, gentleman the nominee of Messieurs Pim Brothers and company having interest

 

John Joseph Keon 17 Dec 1894 Mullingar Westmeath, Sub-agent bank of Ireland, to Mary Josephine Treacy (wife of Daniel J Treacy) Mountrath Queens County

Samuel Acres 13 Oct 1884 Kinnegad Westmeath, to Thomas Tracy, shop assistant son of Thomas Tracy residuary legatee

 

20 August 1859 The Spectator

William Tracy, an elector of Athlone, has put in force an admirable mode of punishing a briber. Mr. Patrick Geoghegan bribed him to vote for Mr. Ennis, giving him the halves of forty one-pound notes. Geoghegan refused to surrender the other halves, and at the suggestion of a lawyer, Tracy prosecuted Geoghegan for bribery. Judgment went by default ; the full penalty, 100/., was awarded, and Tracy had the pleasure of pocketing this sum. The Dublin Evening Mail suggests that a wider application of the example set by William Tracy might be useful in checking bribery.

Monday, September 05, 1859 Brooklyn Eagle

Electoral Party in Ireland

Amongst the many revelations of electoral party which have lately been brought before the public there is rather a curious one from the sister Isle. During the late election for Athlone, a certain Mr. Patrick Groghegan stimulated the patriotic readiness of Wm Tracy to vote for Mr. Ennis by depositing in his hands the halves of forty £1 notes. In due time when Tracy applied for the corresponding halves, they were flatly refused. This lax morality, want of faith, and ingratitude, so rankled in the applicant's injured breast that he determined to recover his honest earnings by legal proceedings. Having consulted a solicitor, however, he was informed, to his great delight, that instead of urging a doubtful claim to the disputed £40, he might, if so inclined, prosecute Mr. Patrick Greoghehan  for bribery, and put the resulting fine of £1000 into his own pocket. The suit was brought and tried at  Galway. The defendant allowed judgement to go to by default, and the full penalty was inflicted: but he lodged a demurrer on the grounds of some informality. This demurrer was pronounced invalid and Mr. Wm. Tracy has netted the £100 clear of all expenses. The example of a few cases of the easy earning of £100 by informers might greatly assist in upsetting the existing nefarious system of bribery.

 

1859 Albany Co New York naturalization petitions for Irish born

Michael Tracy, 21, b. Westmeath, left from Liverpool, Albany Oct 29

Samuel Tracy, 24, b. Tipperary, left from Liverpool, Albany Oct 14

http://www.connorsgenealogy.com/Albany/AlbanyIrishBorn1859.htm

1860 Naturalization Delarations Albany NY

Hugh Tracy, 60, Westmeath, Liverpool, Albany, Mar 30

http://www.connorsgenealogy.com/Albany/AlbanyIrishBorn1860.htm

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

Ann

 

Westmeath

Ireland

Albany

May 20, 1871

62 years

XVI

36

 

 

239

Tracey

Etta

Hugh & Hanora

Westmeath

Ireland

Albany

July 4, 1868

23 years

36

 XVI

 

 

217

Tracy

Hugh

 

Westmeath

Ireland

Albany

August 6, 1862

63 years

XVI

36

 

 

168

Tracy

John

 

Westmeath

Ireland

Albany

October 22, 1859

54 years

P

34

 

 

145

Tracy

William

 

Westmeath

Ireland

 

June 4, 1852

46 years

 

 

 

In Mr. Ledwick's Lot.

74

 

1850-1883 New York Emigrant Savings Bank Records

8 Dec 1859 22111 William Tracey, Teamster, of Kingsbridge NY, Nat Raheenmore Westmeath Ireland, ard 1857 per "Orient" & single parents in Ireland, Michl & Marcella Dunn.(Note: S Bank lent him 29/60 a/c Closed July 3/60)

 

1860 US Census

Edward Tracy, 28 years, b. Westmeath, City Of Savannah 1st District, Chatham, Georgia

 

1860- British War Office (WO97) – Chelsea Hospital

James Tracey, b. 1835 Athlone, Westmeath

James Tracey, b. 1836 Athlone, Westmeath

Patrick Tracey, b. 1841 Athlone, Westmeath

Patrick Treacy, b. 1876 Moate, Westmeath

 

January 1861 Insolvents

William Tracy, late of Streamstown, in the county of Westmeath, shopkeeper and farmer.

 

April 1861 Pawnbrokers of Mullingar

...Messrs. Kirwan and Tracy, pawnbrokers, Mullingar...

 

12 July 1861 (FJ) Catholic Deaf & Dumb Cabra

...2s6d...William Treacy, do [Mullingar]...

 

1861 British Census

Michael Tracey, b. abt 1841 Westmeath Ireland, lodger, Cheshire England

                                                                                    

31 January 1863 (FJ) Tenant Rights

Parish of Mullingar...Messrs Kernan and Tracy... (see Daniel Thomas Treacy)

 

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

Tracey, William, Athlone, Roscommon/Westmeath. 8 26

Tracey, (female), Athlone, Roscommon/Westmeath. 8 20

Tracy, Anne, Mullingar, Westmeath.  18 312

Tracy, Mary, Tullamore, Offaly/Westmeath. 13 750

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

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

 

American Union, Liverpool to New York 16 Aug 1865

Patrick Tracy, 28, M, farmer, Clare

Mrs. Tracy, 28, F, matron, Clare

Mary Tracey, 16, F, spinster, Westmeath

 

20 November 1865 (FJ) ...Erection of Mullingar Lecture Hall

...William Treacy 5s...

 

1866-1914 Dog Licence Registers of Ireland

- Alphabetical

- by County

 

Jan 1867- Dec 1869 Poor Removals from England to Ireland

These lists show Irish poor who were claiming poor relief in England. If they could not prove "settlement" they were deported to Ireland.

Patrick Tracey, from Liverpool Parish to Athlone.

 

19 November 1869 (FJ) Carmelite Convent Moate, County Westmeath

...Miss Tracey, Moate £1...

20 November 1869 (N) Carmelite Convent, Moate, County Westmeath

...Miss Tracey, Moate...

 

3 September 1870 (FJ) Irsh Ambulances for the French

...Mr. E. Tracy, Mullingar...

 

5 October 1870 (FJ) French Ambulances

...parishioners of Kilkenny West, County Westmeath...Michael Treacy...

 

18 January 1871 (FJ) French Ambulanes

Parish of Russagh and Rathaspick...Barney Tracy...6d.

 

1871 British Census

Maria Tracey, b. abt 1825 Westmeath Ireland, London England

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

1871 Return of Poor Persons removed from England, Wales and Scotland

Patrick Tracey from Liverpool Parish Lancaster, Liverpool to Athlone

 

1 July 1872 (FJ)  Galway/Nolan Indemnity Fund

Meeting in Mullingar...Edw Treacy...

 

February 1874 Irish Home Rule League

...subscriptions...Joseph Tracy, Esq Streamstown £1...

 

4 July 1874 Pilot (Boston Ma)

Deaths - California

Tracy — 6, Jane, wife of Edward Tracy, of Gaulstown Park, co. Westmeath, Ireland, aged 35.

 

12 October 1875 (FJ) Propagation of the Faith

Diocese of Meath, parish of Drumraney...Mr Michael Tracy 10s.

31 October 1877 (FJ) Association for the Propagation of the Faith

Diocese of Meath, Drumraney, Moate...per Mr. Michael Tracy 9s...

 

1877 Thomas Tracy, born Westmeath, Ireland.

Attestation papers to serve in the Royal Marines at Chatham 1877 (when aged 23). Discharged 1881 as Run.

Admiralty: Royal Marines: Attestation Forms ADM 157/135/599

 

1880 MG Western Railway

Michael Tracy, fireman, Athlone

 

July 1881 Gardener

...Address J.M., Gardener, care of Mr. William Tracy, Streamstown, Co. Westmeath

 

1881 British Census

Mary Tracy, Head, Widow, F, 79, Athlone Co; 16 Prospect Road, Tunbridge, Kent

Andrew Tracy, Son, Single, M, 29, General Dealer, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

 

Dec 16, 1882 (WE) List of Agents...of Westmeath Examiner

...Mr. W. Treacy, Streamstown...

 

Apr 21, 1883 (WE)

The same plaintiff sued Ellen Tracy for 5s3d balance due for tea. Davidson having proved the debt, defendant's daughter bawled out 'me mother isn't here, sir' His Honor-Where is she? Miss Tracy-She's sick, sir, bhud she sent me here sir, to rejourn the coort (great laughter). His Honor gave a decree.

 

Apr 28, 1883 (WE) Athlone Union

...J. Treacy...

Aug 25, 1883 (WE) Athlone Board of Guardians

...J. Tracy...

Mar 8, 1884 (WE) Athlone Poor Law Guardians

...F. Tracy...

Dec 17, 1887 (WE) Athlone Union

...guardians...J. Tracey...

Aug 11, 1888 (WE) Ballinacargy Castle - lecture by Daniel O'Connell...

...The chair was taken by Mr. John Tracey, P.L.G...

Dec 22, 1888 (WE) Athlone Union

...J Tracy...

Dec 15, 1888 (WE) Athlone Union

Guardians...J. Tracey...

Mar 23, 1889 (WE)

Guardians...J. Tracey...

Feb 22, 1890 (WE) Athlone Union

...elected guardians...John Treacy...

Aug 2, 1890 (WE) Athlone Union

...T Tracy...

 

1884 Return of judicial rents

John Treacy of Ballinacliffy Westmeath, landlord F.J. Dames Longworth, 17a/3r/34p, poor valuation £9/15/0, old rent £11/10/0, new rent £9/5/0

Catherine Tracy of Creggan Westmeath, landlord Francis Dames Longworth, 25a/0r/0p, poor valuation £16/15/0, old rent £18/15/0, new rent £14/0/0

 

7 February 1885 (N) Irish National League

Rathowen Branch...seconded by Bernard Treacy, labourer...

 

24 October 1885 (N) Westmeath Convention

...delegates...Ballyclare...John Treacy...

 

27 November 1886 (N) The Irish National League

Tobberclair Branch...seconded by Mr. Tracey...

 

Jun 12, 1886 (WE) Dispute about a carway

James Johnson v. Stephen Duffy...We all live in the big bog of Kilgarven...L. Tracy then deposed he was one of the holders in this field. That they always left a pass for a cow three feet wide...

 

Jan 15, 1887 (WE) National League...Ballymahon

...present...John Treacy PLG...Michael Treacy...

 

Jun 4, 1887 (WE) Granard Petty Sessions

Bog Rent - John Reilly, bog agent, summoned Thos Clarke, Mrs Jorahan, Edward Tracey, and Daniel Smyth, for bog rent owed to him.

 

Dec 17, 1887 (WE) The Hayden Testimonial

Streamstown District...William Tracy 5s...

 

1887-1888

The office holders and the membership of its early committees are indicative of the initial gentry and upper-class influence. Those elected in 1887 and 1888 were drawn from the upper echelons of Athlone society. Orlando Coote and H. Milligan were elected captain and secretary respectively. PB Treacy was appointed treasurer and the committee consisted of M. Geoghegan…PB Treacy, the petty-sessions clerk…

Sport and society in Victorian Ireland: the case of Westmeath by Tom Hunt, 2007

 

Oct 6, 1888 (WE) The National Indemnity Fund

Kinnegad...3s...Miss Treacy...Rathowen...1s...Barney Treacy...

 

Nov 3, 1888 (WE) The National Indemnity Fund - Westmeath

(per Mr. Jmaes Cleary PLG Cloghan) 2s6d each from Owen Cleary, Thomas Treacy and Michael Dunne.

Raheenmore District...From building works at Ballnacargy...1s...Jas Tracey...

 

Dec 1, 1888 (WE) The National Indemnity Fund

Turin...2s6d...T Tracy...

 

Apr 6, 1889 (WE) Bibcycle for Sale

Davy's Express, Kangaroo type; 36in gear to 54in; ball bearings; nickel plated; valise, tools &c., complete. Apply to D. Tracy, Streamstown.

 

Apr 27, 1889 (WE) Ejectments

W Bell v. M and B Tracy, Ballinagreena, £4/10/0 a year's rent due; decree.

 

Jul 27, 1889 (WE)

We publish a letter this week from Mr. P. Dardis relative to the dispute concerning the buying of a farm in the vicinity of Rathowen. We received a letter on the same from Mr. B. Tracy which is so personal a nature in its allusions to prominent men in the district that we must decline to publish it. Whilst anxious to give every one concerned in this dispute a fair means of making of making plain their position, we cannot allow our columns to be made the medium of casting personal reflections. Any letter on the subject which we publish must be temperate and in this style we hope to see any discussion conducted which may follow. we trust that for the general weal all parties may unite in putting an end to the present state of affairs.

Nov 16, 1889 (WE) Irish National League

Rathowen branch..."one of the members came forward and said he had some oats going to Mr Kenny's mill belonging to Barney Treacy, an expelled member of the Rathowen branch. After being hunted from every mill in the County Westmeath he came to seek comfort in the bosom of his brother in misfortune. It is right to note that this man Treacy was expelled for supporting M'Cormick, the grabber, who is brother-in-law to Mr Kenny."

 

http://www.irishnewsarchive.com/Repository/getimage.dll?BaseHRef=WME/1889/07/27&Type=Image&PrimitiveId=Ar0030300&imgExtension=png

 

http://www.irishnewsarchive.com/Repository/getimage.dll?BaseHRef=WME/1889/07/27&Type=Image&PrimitiveId=Ar0030301&imgExtension=png

 

Oct 26, 1889 (WE) Land Decisions

S. G. Hamelton landlord

J. Tracy £16 old rent £13/10/0 new rent

 

Dec 21, 1889 (WE) The Tenants Defence Association

Delegates...Tuberclare...Michael Tracey...

 

1889 Return of judicial rents

Michael Tracey of Ballinacliff Westmeath, landlord Francis D. Longworth, 54a/2r/35p, poor valuation £29/15/0, old rent £37/5/6, new rent £30/15/0

John Tracey of Tiernacreeve Westmeath, landlord Sydney G. Hamilton, 32a/2r/30p, poor valuation £16/0/0, old rent £16/0/0, new rent £13/10/0

 

Nov 15, 1890 (WE) The Tenants Defence Association

Delegates...Tuberclare...J. Tracy, PLG; Michael Tracey...

 

May 3, 1890 (WE) Judge Hickson ordering a J.P. into Custody

...The Westmeath Independent describes as follows...Robert English J.P., and Mr. Tracy/Tracey/Treacy, manager for Mr WP Kelly, Solicitor, Athlone...[were arrested for whispering in court]...

 

June 1890 Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society

Agents in Ireland...Athlone Mr. John Parsons, Mr. P.B. Tracey...

June 1894 Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society

Agents...Athlone...Mr. P.B. Tracy... (see Agnes Treacy)

 

Oct 25, 1890 (WE) Delegates...The Irish National League [Mullingar]

Tuberclair Branch...Michl Treacy...

 

Nov 15, 1890 (WE) The Tenant's Defence Fund

...platform...Tubberclare...J Tracy, PLG; Michael Tracey...

 

Jan 10, 1891 (WE) Westmeath for Parnell

...D. Treacy, Streamstown...M. Treacy, Streamstown...

 

Feb 7, 1891 (WE) Parnell Leadership Committee

Streamstown Branch...Mr. Michael Tracy presided...M. Tracy, President...D Tracy...

 

Feb 28, 1891 (WE) To C.S. Parnell M.P.

Most Puissant Chief. We the members of the Streamstown Leadship Committee..Signed on behalf of Committee. MJ Tracy, president...

 

May 16, 1891 (WE) Irish National League - Parnell

...T. Treacy...Irishtown...M. Treacy, Streamstown...

...Ballymore...MJ Tracy...

 

Oct 17, 1891 (WE)

Turin INL (Co Westmeath)...T Tracy...

 

Jan 23, 1892 (WE) The Late Dr. L.A. Kerrigan

...mourners...D Tracy, Streamstown...

 

Jun 11, 1892 (WE) The General Election

...present...Streamstown - M Tracy...

 

Jul 9, 1892 (WE) The General Election

Meeting in Ballymore...Athlone...PB Tracey TC...Streamstown - M Treacy, D Treacy...

 

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 Treacy, Westmealt Ireland?, 1901, 57 years, widower?, Westmealt to Brooklyn, lived 1896? New York,  to daughter 73 Graham? Street New York, says senility?

 

Bernard Treacy, Rathaspie Westmeath Ireland, 1905, 58 years, married, farmer, to daughter Mary Walsh, 595 Carroll St Brooklyn [crossed out]

 

Bernard Tracy, Bally...arry Rathispee [Ballyygarry Rathaspic - Ballygarvey, Rathaspick, Westmeath - Carrigagh 1901 census] Ireland, 1906, 33 [54?] years, , widowed?,. To daughter Mrs J Walsh, 595 Carroll Street Brooklyn NY

 

Cath Tracy, Westmeath Ireland, 1902, 25 years, single, to New York home, US citizen [with Lawrence Igoe 6 years of Westmeath]

 

Elizabeth Tracey, Horseleap Kings Co (Offaly or Westmeath Ireland?), 1905, 32 years, servant, to New York, Sister Mrs George? Judge, 302 East 24th St New York

 

Ethel Tracy, 1914, 24 years, single, Father: Patrick, 21 Kings St Athlone. To brother Lewis Tracy, 167 Eckford Street, Brooklyn NY. 5’10”, fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes. B. Athlone Ireland. (see Agnes Treacy)

 

James Tracy, Moate (Westmeath) Ireland, 1914, 21 years, single, Father Thos Treacy Ballycloughduff Moate. to sister Mrs Delia Kelly, 15 Laurence St Hartford Conn, 5’8” fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, b. Moate Ireland.

 

Jane Tracey, Horseleap Roscommon Ireland, 1897, 27 years (Offaly or Westmeath?), Horseleap Co. Ros, To New York, do [US Resident] [Crossed out]

 

Janie Tracey, Dublin Ireland, 1913, 19 years, Cousin: Miss Kate Shortle, 8908 Albemaile? Rd Flatbush Brooklyn. b. ?? Mullingar Ireland. Father: Mr Tracey, Cherry Lane [Kilwarden Clonard] Meath [Also Katie McCormack, mother Annie same address]

 

Lizzie Treacy, Mullinga (Mullingar Westmeath? Ireland), 1899, 26 years, single, to Brooklyn, lived 7 years Brooklyn, Citizen, returning to sister, Mrs Deavy, 43 W 44 st NY

 

Louis Vincent Patrick Treacy, Athlone Westmeath Ireland, 1908, 22 years [22y1m], single, arrived Sep 26, 1908 on the Saint Paul from Southampton [no other details available online] [see 1901 census] (see Agnes Treacy)

 

Mary Treacy, London England, 1921, 35 years, single, lived London, Father P.B. Treacy, 8 Garden Vale, Athlone, Ireland. Brother: L.V. Treacy, 399 Wood land Ave, Woodhaven, L.I.N.Y. 5’5”, fair Complexion, black hair, hazel eyes. b. Athlone Ireland. (see Agnes Treacy)

 

Peter Treacy, Kilbeggan (Westmeath?) Ireland, 1914, 24 years, single, Father John Treasey, Terrycrew [Teernacreeve] Kilbeggan, to cousin Pete J Kelly S.E. Corner Fourth & Chestnut Streets Camden NJ, 6'1", Florid complexion, black hair, brown eyes. b. Kilbeggan Ireland.

 

Thomas Tracy, Kilbeggan Westmeath? Ireland, 1902, 19 years, single, farmer, lived Kilbeggan Ireland, to New Haven Conn, Uncle Thomas Scully 135 Lloyd ??? New Haven Conn,

 

Thomas Tracey, Athlone (Westmeath Ireland?), Ireland, 1906, 26 years, single, to brother William Tracey, 322 East 37th St New York

 

Thomas Tracey, Ballenbaugh (Ballycloghduff Drumraney Westmeath) Ireland, 1910, 5’9”, fair complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, father Thomas Tracey ballycladuff Moate, to brother 18 Grand St Hartford Conn, b. Moate Ireland [crossed out]

 

United States Naturalization Petitions

Elizabeth Nally nee Treacy, born 22 Mar 1872 Rathowen, [Westmeath], Ireland. Naturalised 1942 Bklyn, Kings, NY. Spouse's James Nally born 02 Mar 1878, Children John Nally born 31 Aug 1904, Agnes Nally born 28 Jul 1902, Kathleen Nally born 31 Aug 1908

James John Tracey, born 11 Nov 1894 Drumraney, [Westmeath] Ireland. Naturalised 1919 Hartford, CT

James Tracy, born 11 Nov 1893 West Meath, Ireland. Naturalised 1915 Hartford, CT

Peter Treacy, born 29 Jun 1890 Terrycrew, County Westmeil, [Teernacreeve Castletownkindalen Westmeath] Ireland. Naturalised 1914 Camden, NJ

Thomas Francis Tracey, born 06 May 1886 Drumraney, [Westmeath] Ireland. Naturalised 1933 Hartford, CT. Spouse's Elizabeth Tracey born ? Jul 1888 Children Margaret Tracey born ? Sep 1919, Jophn Tracey born ? Feb 1923

Timothy William Tracy, born 25 May 1884 Drumreney, [Westmeath] Ireland. Naturalised 1911 Hartford, CT

 

Jul 8, 1893 (WE) Record Court

Streamstown...Treacy's public house...Dan Tracey...

 

Oct 13, 1894 (WE)

Kill and Jordanstown INL (South Meath)...J. Tracy...

 

Apr 20, 1895 (WE) Independant Home Rule Fund

...Castletown...Daniel Tracey, Streamstown 10s...

 

Feb 23, 1895 (WE) Irish Agricultural Oganisation Society

Meeting in Ballinagore...The following provisional committee was formed...John Treacy...John Treacy...

 

Jun 22, 1895 (WE) Election of Master

...Mr. Thomas Tracy/Tracey, Cloughan, surities - Messrs John Ennis and Joseph M'Donnell...[four candidates, Tracey came second]...

 

Oct 12, 1895 (WE) Parnell Anniversary

Mullingar...T. Tracey...Turin...T. Treacy...T. Tracey.

 

Oct 19, 1895 (WE) Mullingar Branch Licensed Grocers and Vintners

...Castletown District and Streamstown...Daniel Treacy...

 

Nov 9, 1895 (WE) Sale of Licensed Premises

Mr. Frank Cleary, Auctioneer, Mullingar, sold by auction on Monday last, at street, the licensed premises of Mr John J Dardis, who carried on the business foe some years. The buyer was Mr. Thos Tracey, Cloughan, who has been assistant to Mr. James Cleary, PLG, Cloughan, and the price paid was £405, with auctioneer's commission. Mr NJ Downes, Solicitor, Mullingar, had carriage of sale.

 

Jan 25, 1896 (WE) Labours Cottages

Mr. P. Shannon proposed that Thomas Tracey get the building of the cottages at Springvally...

 

22 August 1896 (TH)

...P.B. Tracy...contested the vacancy for petty session clerk at Moate...

 

Oct 17, 1896 (WE) The Parnell Anniversary

Jordanstown and Enfield (Meath)...T. Tracey...

Kill INL...John Tracey, treasurer...

 

Feb 13, 1897 (WE) Highly Important and attractive setting of land at Horseleap, Moate

...instructions from Mr. Thomas Treacy...17 acres of land for 11 months, 3 acres of Manured Land for an Oat Crop...

 

20 February 1897 (WE) Funeral of the Later Mr. Frank Cleary, Mullingar

Thos Tracy, Horseleap

 

1 May 1897 (N) Profession of a Religieuse

The Convent of Mercy, Templemore, was the scene of an impressive ceremony on Thursday week, the occasion being the profession of Miss Susan Treacy, in religion Sister Mary Francis, daughter of Mr. Wm. Treacy, 117 North Strand, Dublin.

The following members of the family of the newly professed nun attended: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Treacy, parents; Messrs. Edward J., Patrick B., P. Neil, and Hugh D. Treacy, brothers; Mrs. Hourahan and Miss Agnes Treacy, sisters; Messrs. Louis V. and W. Blount Treacy, Athlone, nephews; and Mr. Jeremiah Houraham, brother-in-law. The other friends included Miss Murphy, Miss Kearney and Miss Butler. (see Agnes Treacy)

 

May 22, 1897 (WE) Ballyburly Labourer's Cottage

..."A proposal to provide a cottage for Tracy does not appear to have been included in any of the improvement schemes submitted for confirmation to the LG Board."

 

Feb 12, 1898 (WE)

On Saturday, before Mr. Tracey, Commissioner of Affidavits, Athlone...

 

6 August 1898 (WE) The Mullingar Fairs

John Tracy, Tiernecrieve

 

4 March 1899 (WE)

Castletown electors...Martin Tracy...

 

Sep 16, 1899 (WE) Appointments

Ten applicants for the post of third class female attendant...Mr. Moore proposed Mary Tracey and Mr Cleary seconded...on a pool 8 votes were cast for Miss Tracey and Miss Raleigh...it was decided to re-advertise the position.

Oct 14, 1899 (WE) Appointments

There were several applicants for the position of third class female attendants, and after a vote, Miss Treacy and Miss Murray were appointed. Miss Treacy was proposed by Father O'Reilly and seconded by Mr Cleary...

 

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

May 16 1899, Thomas Tracy, purchaser, FT Dames-Longworth, vendor, Creggan Ballynacliffy, 26a3r25p, £17.10.0 valuation, £14.0.0 rent, £252 purchase price & advance, £51 deposit

 

20 October 1900 (WE) Moate Quarter Sessions

...Mr Tracy, the Petty sessions Clerk...

 

 

 

 1901 Census of Ireland

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

 

 

5 January 1901 (WE) United League

...Mr J Tracy, Horseleap, proposed the election...

 

Jan 5, 1901 (WE) United League

...delegates...Horseleap...Thos Tracey...Mr. J. Tracy, Horseleap, proposed the election...

 

25 May 1901 (WE) Kilbeggan Races

...T Tracy, Horseleap...

 

Jun 1, 1901 (WE) Cricket

Derryrow...T Tracy...

Jun 29, 1901 (WE) Cricket

Derryrow...T Tracy...

 

Jun 29, 1901 (WE) Crookedwood Sports

...One, two, three and five mile bicycle hanicap (open)...J Treacy, RIC, Delvin [Westmeath]...

Jun 28, 1902 (WE) Crookedwood Sports

...One, two, three and five mile bicylcle handicap (open)...J Treacy, Killucan...

Jul 12, 1902 (WE) Westmeath RIC Cycling and Athletic Club

...Two mile Handicap, confined to Police and Military of the United Kingdom...J Treacy...

...Two mile Bicycle, confined to residents of Westmeath...J Treacy...

...Three Miles Cycling Championship of Leinster...J. Treacy, RIC, Westmeath...

...Three miles bicycle handicap, confined to members of the club - J Treacy...

May 30, 1903 (WE) Westmeath RIC Cycling and Athletic Club

...Three miles handicap, confined to members of the Co Westmeath RIC...Present holder, Constable J. Tracy, Reynella [Rathconnell].

Jun 27, 1903 (WE) Westmeath RIC Cycling and Athletic Club

...Three miles bicycle handicap, confined to members of the club - T Treacy...

 

Monday, October 14, 1901 Brooklyn Eagle

Obituary - Rachel Elizabeth Higgins

Rachel Elizabeth Higgins died Saturday morning at her home of her son Charles M. Higgins, 439 Fourth street in the 87th year of her age. She was near her 88th birthday when she died of the effects of old age. She was born in Ireland her father being Charles Flanagan Tracy of Athlone Ireland, A distinguished surgeon, scholar and Athlete. Her ancestors were Norman-Irish and were famed for their longevity and great physical strength. Many of their descendants are in this country. Mrs. Higgins evidenced great vitality. Her hair was brown after 70 years, while she showed none of the feebleness of age until she was past 80 years old. She is survived by her son and daughter. Her first born were triplets, one of whom lived till maturity. The funeral was held today.

 

Oct 31, 1901 (IT) [Westmeath]

...conveyance of the estate, the Portlemon estate, from a Mrs. Treacy to Colonel Stevenson...15 of July 1895...

1902-3 The Law Journal Reports

…Stevenson then proposed to include his Portlemon estate, in the county of Westmeath, subject to a mortgage already existing in favour of Mrs. Treacy…In 1895 he purchased from Mrs. Treacy an estate called the “Portlemon Estate” for £8.000, the purchase money of which was to be left out on mortgage of ... July 29 1896, register on July 31 1896 (No.9 on the Schedule). Colonel Stevenson is the owner, subject to incumbrances. The lands are a reversion in fee in the Portlemon estate in the county of Westmeath, held under a conveyance of July 11 1895 from Mary Jane Treacy to Colonel Stevenson...appears from other evidence that it had belonged to John Joseph Keon, who had executed a written agreement dated the 10th December 1894, to sell it to Colonel Stevenson for the sum of £8000, to be secured by a mortgage on the property itself... [see Daniel Thomas Treacy]

 

Mar 15, 1902 (WE)

...Tobberclair...M Tracy...Streamstown John Tracey...

Apr 5, 1902 (WE) Mr John P Hayden - The proposed Presentation

...Westmeath and Roscommon Nationalists...collectors...Tobberclair...M. Tracey...Streamstown - J. Tracey.

 

Mar 29, 1902 (WE) County Westmeath

For sale by private treaty, at Ballygarvey, near Rathowen, by instructions from Mr. Bernard Tracey, compact cottage and Out Offices, in good repair with 1a0r30p of land attached, practically held in fee simple, at a rent of 19s per year. It is nicely situated in a good locality. Ample supply of Turbary within easy distance...

 

Jun 28, 1902 (WE) Crookedwood Sports

...Five Mile Bicycle Handicap...2 J Tracey, Killucan...

 

Jun 28, 1902 & Jul 12, 1902 (WE) Sales for 1902

...letting of 26 acres of old meadow for Mr. Thos Tracey, Horseleap, Moate...

 

5 Sep 1902 Deed

...P.B. Treacy  of Athlone, Westmeath Commissioner Oaths

19 Dec 1907 Deed

...P.B. Treacy  of Athlone, Westmeath Commissioner Oaths

 

In 1902, a number of Athlone's musical enthusiasts including Miss Disney, Miss Treacy, Miss Madden and Mr Harry Foy, came together and formed a group which today is still flourishing as Athlone Musical Society.

 

1902 Irish Mission for Immigrant Girls in New York City

Catherine Tracey, 1902, 26 years, from West Meath. Sponsor: Mrs. Eigo 936 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn (Celtic - September 29 1902)

Lawrence Eigo, 1902, 7 years, from West Meath. Sponsor: Mrs. Eigo 936 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn (Celtic - September 29 1902)

 

Jan 31, 1903 (WE)

A destructive fire is reported to have taken place in the licensed premises of Mr Treacy, Horseleap on Tuesday night. It is stated that nearly everything in the interior of the house was destroyed. The origins of the fire has not transpired.

 

Mar 14, 1903 (WE) Inquest Ballinalee?

...jury...E Treacy...

 

25 April 1903 (WE) The National Convention

...delegates...Thomas Tracy, Horseleap...

 

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

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

 

18 July 1903 (WE) United Irish League

Meeting in South Westmeath...M Tracy...

 

Oct 17, 1903 (WE) United Irish League - South WEstmeath Executive

A meeting...Executive will be held at Mr. Tracey's Horseleap, on Monday...

 

12 December 1903 (WE) Ballymore Poultry and Agricultural show

...present...Miss Tracy, Streamstown...

 

Jan 23, 1904 (WE) A serious Charge

...James Tracey, Constable RIC, Delvin...

 

May 14, 1904 (IT) Retreat House Athlone

...half mile from Athlone...Apply to P.B. Treacy, Athlone.

 

Aug 6, 1904 (WE) Edgeworthstown Annual Athletic Sports

Committee...G. Treacy...

 

Jun 3, 1905 (WE) Elections

Rural District of Athlone No.1...Uncontested...Mucksnagh...Michael Tracy...

 

May 13, 1905 (WE) United Irish League

Kilcumreagh Branch...give their undivided support at the coming elections for District Councillors to Mr. Thomas Tracey, Horseleap, as he always has proved a true and tried supporter of the National cause...

 

May 21, 1904 (IT) War Department

The tenants arbitrator, Mr. Patrick Burke Tracy, Clerk of Petty Sessions, Athlone was selected by the claiments to act as arbitrator on their behalf...supposed income £100 per year...12 days of arbitartion claimed £357 and was allowed £280...

 

Jul 8, 1905 (WE) United Irish League

South Westmeath Executive...delegates...Horseleap...T Tracey...

 

Sep 16, 1905 (WE) United Irish League. Great Public Meeting at Kilbeggan

...platform...T. Tracey...Horseleap...T. Tracy...

 

Nov 4, 1905 (WE) Monster Potato Resembling a Man

..."Grown at Horseleap by Thomas Tracey. Weight on 1st October when freshly dug out. 2lb7oz. Best Wishes to Examiner"...Bravo Mr Tracey.

 

Nov 25, 1905 (WE) United Irish League...Horseleap Branch

...Dear Mr Treacy...Subscriptions to the Parliamentary Fund...10s...Michael Tracey, a believer in constitutional agitation. 7s6d Mr Thomas Tracey...

Mar 2, 1907 (WE) Irish Parliamentary Fund

Horseleap Branch...10s. Mr Michael Tracy 5s...T Tracy...

 

1905 Kelly's Directory
Patrick B. Treacy, King street, Athlone, co. Westmeath

 

Mar 3, 1906 (WE) "The Slasher's" Last Charge

The following lecture was given upon....how Col Myles O'Reilly defended the bridge of Finea...Of the hundred dragoons one was Edmund O'Tracy...now a lieutenant..."I have been chiefly in Leinster with Owen Roe"...Council of Kilkenny..in his best regiment of horse...

 

Sep 22, 1906 (WE) Handball at Horseleap

...Mr. Tracey's Horseleap...The medals as our readers already know, were presented by Mr. Tracey, of Horseleap, a gentleman who has spared no pains to cater for the amusement of the young men not only of Horseleap but one might say of the midlands. He has gone to the trouble of erecting at his own expense one of the finest handball courts to be seen...[much more]

 

Dec 29, 1906 (WE) Mr. James Woods's Historical Work

...Michael Tracey, Streamstown £1...

 

1906 P.B. Treacy, Esq., Clerk of Petty Sessions, Athlone, County Westmeath.

 

Mar 9, 1907 (WE) THe Labourers Act in Mullingar Union

...Castletown E D...Form No.2...John Finlay, Mabrists, on lands of John Tracey; Martin Tracey, Castletown, on lands of Joseph Kelly, Castletown....

 

May 25, 1907 (WE) Licensing Prosecution

...Mary Hickey, publican, Colehill...Found there Patrick Treacy, a tailor, who had in his hand a mug containing some porter...a bone fide traveller and that he had slept in...going to Kennedys a master tailor in the district who is in the habit of employing journeymen...come from Kinnegad...

 

Aug 31, 1907 (WE) Westmeath County Council

...250 perches new road from Ballinagore to Streamstown, between the main road at Benalbit and the moaring of Nowbristy...Mr. Tracey who was present, stated that he was quite prepared to give the quantity of land that would be required. Mr Moore - Without fear or favour or reward? Mr. Tracey - Yes. Mr. Moore - That is very nice (laughter). The council agreed unanimously to the making of the road subject to the land being handed over as arranged. 

 

Nov 23, 1907 (WE) Mullingar District Lunatic Asylum

[petition of staff] We the members of the entire permanent staff...J Tracey...K Tracy...Joe Tracey...

 

1907 Annals of Westmeath, ancient and modern http://www.archive.org/details/annalsofwestmeat00wooduoft
Subscribers...Michael Tracey, Streamstown...
 
15 February 1908 (WE) Irish parliamentary Fund
Drumraney Collection for 1907...1s...Michael tracy...
 
Apr 4, 1908 (FJ) Tuberclair (Westmeath) UIL
...2s...Michael Tracey...1s...J. Tracey...
 
Apr 25, 1908 (WE) County Council of Westmeath Unopposed Auburn...proposed by Michael Tracy, Ballinacliffey...
 
Oct 13, 1908 (FJ)
Eggs; for P.O. 3s3d, you can have Three Dozen Fresh Eggs; free railway delivery, bounds, or any railway station in Ireland. From Tracy's Streamstown.
 
Nov 7, 1908 (FJ) Parnell Monument Committee
Kilcumeragh UIL Moate...1s...Thomas Tracey, Mrs. Tracey...6s. Miss M. Tracey, Mr. P. Tracey...
 
27 March 1909 (WE) Donore Prisoners Fund
Kilcumreragh UIL...Michael Tracy...
 
3 April 1909 (WE)
Kilcumresagh members of the band...Patk Tracy...
 
Jul 17, 1909 (FJ) Tuberclare (Westmeath) UIL
2s...Michael Tracey...1s...Mrs Tracey...
 
Aug 7, 1909 (WE) GAA Notes
...Delvin Hurling Club...Tracy/Treacy...
 
Aug 28, 1909 (WE) Funeral of the Late Miss Mary Rowan, Newdown
...The Asylum staff were represented by...Mrs Tracey...
 
Sep 18, 1909 (WE) ...'67 Movement...[Commeneration with US Envoys]
...At Horseleap scenes of wild enthusiasm were also witnessed as the procession filed passed Mr. Tracey's house...
 
Apr 7, 1910 (FJ) Athlone Musical Society
...Gaiety Theatre...The Gondolliers...The part of Giannetta was taken by May Treacy (a relative of our leading Irish soprano, Miss Agnes Treacy)...
 
Apr 16, 1910 (WE) Agnes Treacy sings in Mullingar  [see Agnes Treacy]
...Miss Treacy's voice has not only the clearness, purity, range and precision of the more ordinary soprano voice., but there is a full round flute-like tone which enriches with a wondrous colour and charm each note she delivers...[much more]
 
September 1910 IT
Athlone...John Treacy, a labourer of Castlemaine street...
 
Dec 17, 1910 (WE) United Irish Parliamentary and National Fund
...Mullingar Asylum Contributions...1s. Joseph Tracey...
 
1910 [Cd. 5059, 5129, 5178, 5195, 5342, 5348, 5387, 5402] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish Land Act, 1903, during the month of January, 1909. - Westmeath
John Tracey, Mabrista, 49a2r29p, £31.0.0 valuation, £27.8.0 rent, not judicial, £575 purchase price and advance, 20.9 years
 
1911 [Cd. 5488, 5489, 5490, 5624, 5639, 5750, 5758, 5887, 5890, 5952] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish Land Act, 1903, during the month of November, 1909. - Westmeath
3rd February 1910, Michael Tracy, Streamstown, 40a1r30p, £28.0.0 valuation, £30.0.0 rent, not judicial, £660 purchase price and advance, 22 years
 
16 September 1911 (WE) GAA
The Kinnegad Team...Thos Tracy...
 
Feb 3, 1911 (FJ) 
To T.C. Treacy esq, Clerk of Petty Sessions for Petty Sessions, District of Athlone, Register for Clubs for said District...
 

 

1911 Census of Ireland

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

 

Jun 15, 1912 (WE) Horseleap Branch United Irish League

...£1...Mr. Ml Tracey...10s...Mr. Thomas Tracey...

 

1912 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act - Estate of Leech/Brocas Lindessay

16/5/1912 Pat Tracey of Ballynagrenia Westmeath, 4a/3r/30p, part £56/10/0, part rent £53/5/6, Judical, purchase £61, advance £61, 23.5 years rent

 

29 March 1913 (WE) Home Rule Fund

Kilcumresagh Branch...1s...Patk Tracy...

 

July 19, 1913 (WE) GAA

Kinnegad..Thos Tracy...

 

Aug 9, 1913 (WE) Insurance Act Prosecution

...Mr Cornelius Treacy, miller and farmer, Lislea, Ballinalee for failing to stamp the cards of Charlie Fox...paid no wages to Fox, who was remunerated for his services by the famers whose meal he ground. Mr Treacy received 3lbs for his capital in the mill...Fines of 1d and costs..

 

May 16, 1914 (FJ) UIL Westmeath

Drum...1s...M. Treacy...

 

June 06, 1914 (WE) Athlone No. 1 Rural

Muckanagh...Michael Tracy

 

Dec 5, 1914 (WE) Alleged Larceny of Two schillings

A respectable looking girl named Margaret Tracey, a native of Tullamore, was charged...O'Connors Licensed premises, Kilbeggan....sold delph...two schilling, six pence in copper and a schilling...[dismissed].

 

October 1915 Westmeath Independent

The following is list of men serving as soldiers or sailors with the colours whose dependants were presented with Certificates of Honour at the meeting in the Father Matthew Hall on Thursday week with the names and addresses of dependants."

Wilfred Francis, Lance Corporal South Irish Horse, dependant P B Treacy King St

 

Dec 25, 1915 (WE) Police Threatened

...Peter Treacy of Granard...19 or 20 years...fine of 10s6d and costs...

 

Jun 3, 1916 (WE) Mullingar Petty Sessions

Francis Jackson of Rathdrishogue was summoned by the Excise authorities for carrying a gun without a license...Denis Tracey said he lived a mile from Duffy's place [Rathdrishogue]...Martin Tracey corroborated the evidence of the last witness [Denis Tracey]...

 

10 June 1916 Nenagh News

Sweeney and Treacy—June 7th, 1916. at Templemore Catholic Church, by the Rev. D. Kiely, P P., Owen Sweeney, Sergeant, R.I C, Collinstru Westmeath. to Ma ge, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Treacy, Templemore.

 

June 24, 1916 (WE)

Mullingar District Asylum Collection...1s...Joe Tracy...

 

1916 The American Law List

Daniel J. Treacy Mullingar Westmeath

1916 Compensation Claims

Denis Tracey, 78 Marlborough Street, Dublin. Joseph Downes, bakery Marlborough Street; Earl Street North. Claim for £19 for a bicycle, clothing and personal belongings destroyed by fire at the premises of Joseph Downes, bakery, 6-7 Earl Street North, Dublin. Payment of £14 recommended by the Committee.

Marcella Tracey, Coolaleena, Glasson, Athlone, County Westmeath. Joseph Downes, bakery Coolaleena; Glasson; Athlone; Westmeath; Earl Street North. Claim for £11 0s 6d for clothing and personal belongings destroyed by fire at the premises of Joseph Downes, bakery, 5 Earl Street North, Dublin. Payment of £8 recommended by the Committee.

 

Feb 5, 1917 (WE) Granard Workhouse Inquest

...Annie Treacy deposed...

 

Feb 17, 1917 (WE) Mullingar

UIL branch...Joseph Tracey...

Aug 11, 1917 (IT) Volunteers on the March

Three hundred Irish Volunteers were present...when a Sinn Fein Club was formed at Ballinahown, and 150 more marched from Tober to join...Mr. J. Treacy, Secretary...[Westmeath?]

 

Australian Archive

Patrick Tracey

Service Number - S11537 

Place of Birth - Westmeath Ireland

Age - 34 years

Occupation – French Polisher

Apprentice – 5 years to P.J. Oates, Westmeath

Place of Enlistment - Adelaide SA, 7th April 1917 [Discharged 24 July 1917 – Not likely to become an efficient soldier]

Military service – 5 years South Africa

Next of Kin - (Sister) Kathaleen Campion, South Africa

http://naa12.naa.gov.au/scripts/Imagine.asp?B=8393302

 

Aug 4, 1917 (WE) GAA

Kinnegad Team...Tom Tracy...

 

1917 USA Draft Registration  

James J Tracy b. 11 Nov 1894 Drumramney [Drumraney Westmeath] Ireland, declared intention 1st papers, single, no dependants, lives 30 Buckington Hardford Conn

Peter Treacy b. 29 Jun 1890 Terrycrew [Teernacreeve] West Meath Ireland, declared intention to naturalise, Heaor Midvale steel works, supports father and mother in Ireland, single, lives 3053 - 35 Phila PA

 

1918 Post Office Dublin Directory and Calendar

P. B. Treacy, Athlone Sub-Committee (Westmeath) - Old Age Pensions Act, Petty Sessions Office, Athlone,

P. B. Treacy, P.S.C, Commissioners For Administering Oaths, Athlone, Westmeath

 

January 1918 Mr. Dillon, M.P. in a letter to Mr. P. B. Treacy Hon. Sec. Dean Kelly Memorial Fund, Athlone...

 

Feb 23, 1918 (WE) Westmeath War Pensions Committee

...Mr Treacy, Secreatary, Athlone local Sub-Committee

 

Aug 31, 1918 (WE) Westmeath County Council

...Mr Tracey, the Secretary of the Committee...

 

1918 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act - Estate of George A. Boyd Rochfort VC

21/3/1918 Thomas Treacy of Ballycloghduff (Molston) Westmeath, 8a/2r/36, £4/15/0, rent £7/19/0, not Judical, purchase £94, advance £94, 12.5 years rent

 

Jan 14, 1920 (FJ) Raids for arms

Two houses, the property of Mrs. Tracey, Ballingore, some eight miles from Mullingar, were raided on Sunday night and a gun taken from each...[Westmeath]

 

May 1, 1920 (WE)

Grass Lands to be let for 11 months, at Gaulstown Park, about 30 acres, for Messrs Carty and Tracey...

 

Nov 20, 1920 (WE) Westmeath Examiner Agents

Mr T Treacy, Horseleap, Kings's County

 

May 3, 1921 (FJ) Funeral of Archdeacon Keane PP Athlone

...attendence...Mr. P.B. Treacy C.p.S...

 

May 28, 1921 (WE) "Westmeath Examiner" Agents

Streamstown - Mr M Tracey

 

Mar 10, 1923 (FJ) Promotions in the army

Athlone Command...2nd Lt. Michael Treacy to A Coy., 22nd Inf Batt

 

Jul 14, 1923 & Jul 21, 1923 (WE) Auction

...instructions from Mr Michael Tracy of Streamstown (who is retiring from business)...Lot 1...seven day licensed House and premises in Streamstown [detailed description]...Lot 2...lands of Streamstown containing 23a1r18p...annuity £10.2.8  payable to the Land Commission...

Jul 14, 1923 (FJ) Licensed Premises and farm of Land

...instructions from Mr. Michael Tracy of Streamstown (who is retiring from business)...Lot 1...seven day Licensed House and Premises situated in streamstown...Lot 2...lands of streamstown containing 23a1r18p...

Jul 14, 1923 (IT) County of Westmeath. Village of Streamstown.

Highly important sale of most valuable Licensed Premises and farm of land...Michael Tracy of Streamstown (who is retiring from business)...Lot 1...Lot 2...

 

Oct 6, 1923 (WE) Mullingar Horticulture and Honey Show

...superior varieties of new potatoes raised by messrs. Young and Tracey. These varities are the result of a cross between Shamrock and British Queens...

 

May 17, 1924 (WE) Little girl saved from Boghole

...11 Ellen Coroon, daughter of Michael Coroon, Gibbonstown, Rochford Bridge...renfor? girls Mary B Tracy and Marcella Garland, about 15 years who wer across the bog...

 

Feb 6, 1926 (WE) Death of Mr. Thomas Tracey, Horseleap

The death on Tuesday morning last at his residence of Mr. Thomas Tracey, merchant, Horseleap, occasioned widespread regret throughout the County Westmeath, where he was well and favourably known. Deceased was in failing health for some time past and had to take to his bed about four months ago, and despite the best medical skill and tender nursing of his wife and family, he never rallied. His religious needs were ministered to by Rev Fr Casey CC, Clara, who consoled him in his last moments.

Deceased, who was 62 years of age was a keen business man, possessed of many sterling characteristics. He was extremely well liked by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance, or who came into contact with him either socially or in business. Some years ago he retired from business, having sold out his licensed premises owing to all the raids which were carried out during the recent troubled times and affected his health so much that he had to give up business. After a short time he again returned to business having built up a nice house and shop in Horseleap, where he carried on a brisk trade in the drapery and general provision line.

We desire to associate ourselves fully with the deep sympathy which is felt for his widow, son and daughter, who are left to mourn the loss of a loving husband and affectionate father.

His remains were brought to Horseleap Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday evening. The funeral took place to Horseleap Cemetery on Thursday at 2 o'clock. The large attendence of all classes bore eloquent testimony to the esteem in which the deceased was held. Rev Fr Casey CC, recited the lat prayers at the graveside.

The chief mourners were: Mrs Tracey (widow); Mr P Tracey (son); Mrs Grogan (daughter); Mr M Gragan (son-in-law); Mr Cribbin (brother-in-law); Mrs Grogan and a number of cousins and other relatives. - RIP.

 

Oct 22, 1927 (WE) Association Football

...Special mention must be made of Tracy (Mullingar's custodian) who gave a splendid display.

Feb 4, 1928 (WE) Leinster Senior League - Div I.

...Special mention must be made of Tracy (in goal) who worked wonders and but for his splendid display the result might have proved different.

Feb 25, 1928 (WE) Association Football

...Mullingar...but Treacy in goal was safe...

Apr 2, 1928 (IT) Mullingar

...A feature was the splendid goal-keeping of Tracey for Mullingar. Perhaps small for his position, he was lithe and sound in his work. But for him Bohemians winning margin would have been at least double...

Sep 17, 1928 (IT) Mullinar

...Tracey the goalkeeper had little to do...

Sep 29, 1928 (WE) Association Football

...Mullingar...Tracey [goalkeeper]...

Feb 1, 1930 (WE) Association Football

...Mullingar Celtic...Tracey [goalkeeper]...

 

Feb 4, 1928 (WE) Cycling Accident

Coming from Hoseleap...taking the short cut at the cross roads, where the petrol pump is erected, by riding between the pump and Mrs Tracy's house...

 

Mar 31, 1928 (WE) Mullingar Estates

A meeting of Land Commission tenants...Joseph Tracey...

 

Mar 9, 1929 (WE) Good Price for Shorthorn Bull

Mrs E Tracey, Edgeworthstown, purchased a prize shorthorn bull (Kilkee Referee) for the big price of 80 guineas from Mr. RK Wright at the Dublin Show during the week.

 

Aug 8, 1931 (WE) Drumraney Cycle and Athletic Sports

...Long Jump - 1st M Tracey, Ballinacliffey, 18ft 2in...

 

1936 London Wills

Michael Tracy of Streamstown Moate county Westmeath died 4 December 1935 at 32 Rathfarnham road Terenure Dublin Probate London 17 February to Patrick Jordan farmer and Thomas John Dowdall solicitor. Effects £6459.17.10 in England.

 

1937/8 Schools Collection

Teresa Shanley, Fearmore, Walderstown, Athlone, Co. Westmeath. Informant Michael Tracey, Killendraw, Moate, age 55, farmer.

http://www.duchas.ie/

 

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

James John Tracey b. 11 Nov 1892 West Meath, Ireland Residence: West Hartford, Connecticut

Louis Vincent Treacy b. 30 Aug 1886 Athlone, Ireland Residence: Queens, New York

Thomas Joseph Tracy b. 15 Aug 1885 West Meade, Ireland Residence: New Haven, Connecticut

Timothy William Tracey b. 25 May 1884 County Westmeath, Ireland Residence: Hartford, Connecticut

 

Jun 11, 1951 (II) Westmeath...Senior Football Championship...P. Treacy...

 

Irish Settlers in Argentina

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last

First

Spouse's
Last Name

Birthplace

Co.

Birth

Arrival

Marriage

Death

Coghlan 1987

Tracey

John

Clavin

Streamstown

Westmeath

 

 

 

1910

142

Tracey

Mary

Murray

Moate

Westmeath

1848

1862

 

1933

723

Tracey

William Joseph

Kelly

Drumraney

Westmeath

1859

 

1894

1932

867

Tracey

William

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

867

Tracey

Charles

Keegan

 

 

 

 

 

 

867

Treacy

Mary

MacCormick

 

 

1840

 

 

 

183

 

 

 

Sean Treacy’s Club London

The Sean Treacy’s team that competed for the first time in London competitions in 1958;

Back row, from left: Con McGrath (Limerick), Thomas Dermody (Kilkenny), P.J. Tobin (Clare), Eddie Hayes (Waterford), Martin Carberry (Waterford), James Hourigan (Limerick), John O’Shea (Waterford),
Frank Finneity (Cork).
Front row: Paddy Hourigan (Limerick), Michael Leahy (Tipperary), Sean Treacy (Westmeath), Denis Leonard (Limerick), John Connolly (Galway), Michael Maunsell (Limerick), Thomas Gleeson (Kilkenny).

http://www.doonbleisce.com/SEAN%20TREACYS%20LONDON.htm

 

Sean%20Treacys%20team%20of%201958.jpg

 

 

 FAMILY HISTORIES

 

Victoria Australia Marriages

1883, 04022, M, Treacy, Joseph, Larkan, Louisa, Westmeath,

1894, 02561, M, Tracy, William Andrew, Daly, Elizabeth, Westmeath Ireland,

 

 

Anne Tracey & Owen Kelly

I am interested in the Kelly family of Clonfad (Rochfortbridge), Tyrrellspass, Co. Westmeath. Owen Kelly m. Anne Tracey c.1860. Children: John, Peter (emigrated), Joseph (emigrated), Mary, Ann (m. Christopher Duffy) and Bridget (m.Joseph Martin). kellypenot Oct 19, 2006

 

Edward Tracy b. 1832 (LDS)

 

Hugh Tracy & Mary Quinn

Francis Hugh (b. 7 December 1846 Westmythe, Ireland d. 3 September 1923 Monterey IN) m. Rosanna Freeland

Children:

Has ChildrenArthur Rapheal TRACY b: November 26, 1881 in Dunnington, Benton Co., Indiana     

 

John Tracey & Kate Corican

Rosanna b. 4 September 1867 (LDS)

 

1. John Tracy married Mary Gannon and had a family of five children.

2. Michael Tracy was born in County Westmeath, Ireland, married Mary Moore, and had a family of six sons and one daughter.

3. James Tracy was born in County Westmeath, Ireland, April 12, 1839...

4. William Joseph Tracy...

1901 Commemorative biographical record of Hartford county, Connecticut

 

William Joseph Tracy, one of the best known meat dealers in Bristol, was born in that borough in the homestead on Curtis street, Nov. 16, 1869.

James Tracy, father of William J., was born in County Westmeath, Ireland, April 12, 1839, and assisted his father on the home farm until he came to America. On April 8, 1857, he landed in New York, and thence came direct to Bristol, Conn., where he worked in various factories until 1868, in that year being employed as engineer by N. L. Birge, with whom he remained for twenty-seven years or until 1895, when he started a meat and vegetable stand on Curtis street.

James Tracy first married. May 7, 1860, Margaret Burke, who died in July, 1863. Mr. Tracy's second marriage took place May 5, 1865, to Katherine Baggett, who was born in Limerick, Ireland, April 7, 1843. The children born to Mr. Tracy by his first wife were three in number, viz. : Ellen and Mary (twins), born Jan. 11, 1861, and of these Ellen died Feb. 22, 1861, and Mary on March 10, 1885; Annie, born May 19, 1863, died Dec. 13, 1863. The second marriage of Mr. Tracy has been blessed with ten children, viz.: James, born March 21, 1866, is employed in J. H. Sessions & Son's factory; John, born March 27, 1867, died April 10, 1867; Margaret, born July 18, 1868, is married to David M. Barry, of Bristol; William Joseph is the subject; Lucy, 'born Sept. 26, 1871 ; Thomas, born June 2, 1873, graduated from Yale College with honors in 1896, and is now in Chicago, Ill. ; Catherine, born Jan. 2, 1877, is a teacher in the Chippin Hill school ; Agnes, born Aug. 19, 1878, was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church choir, and died April 13, 1897; Ellen, born April 21, 1880, is still at home ; and Edward, born March 24, 1883, is employed by the E. Ingraham Co. James Tracy and his family are devout members of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, and in politics he is a Democrat.

Michael Tracy, father of James, was born in County Westmeath, Ireland, and was a farmer. He married Mary Moore, and had a family of six sons and one daughter. John Tracy, father of Michael, was also a farmer. He married Mary Gannon, and had a family of five children.

William Joseph Tracy attended the common schools of Bristol until fifteen years old, then entered the employ of the E. Ingraham Clock Co., and learned and worked at gilding for nine years, when that class of work was discontinued by the company as no longer in vogue. Mr. Tracy then formed a partnership with James Hefferman in the meat trade on Laurel street, under the firm name of Tracy & Hefferman ; but ten months later the firm dissolved and Mr. Tracy started alone, in the same line, on Curtis street, where his father now carries on the trade, William J. having relinquished it at the close of ten months. William J. Tracy next entered the employ of H. E. Kilborne & Co. as clerk, and at the end of two years bought out the firm. He still conducts the business on North Main street, at the old stand, and has the largest, best equipped and most prosperous shop in the town Mr. Tracy was joined in matrimony June 12, 1895, with Miss Ellen B. Lacey, who was born in Palmer, Mass., _April 19, 1873, a daughter of John Lacey, and this marriage has been blessed with two children: William, born April 17, 1897; and Francis, born April 2, 1900. The family reside at No. 282 Summer street, where Mr. Tracy erected his modern dwelling in 1896.

Mr. and Mrs. Tracy are members of St. Joseph's Catholic Church, to the support of which they liberally contribute. He is a member of the A.O.U.W., and of the Y.M.T.A. and B., of which he was one of the organizers and the first president, holding the office for three years. At the last convention of this association, held in 1899, he was elected county director, but resigned after six months service, though he still retains his position as trustee of the society, an office he has held ever since its organization. He is likewise a member of the A.O.H., of Bristol.

Mr. Tracy is a stanch Democrat, and served as constable from 1893 to 1896; was also a member of the board of burgesses from May, 1897, to May, 1899, and during that period was a member of the committees on Sewers and Buildings. He has for years been a member of the Democratic Town Committee. In 1899 he served on the grand jury of the Superior Court of Hartford. He is very popular as a citizen and party man, and he and his wife enjoy the respect of all who know them.

 

 

Mary Tracy

Rose b. 26 November 1870 (LDS)

 

Mary Ann or Anne Tracey & James Duffy

Stephen was the father of James Duffy born around 1849 in Westmeath, Ireland. James married a Mary Ann or Anne tracey/tressy/tracy in 1877 in Westmeath. They sailed on the samuel Plymsoll from Plymouth England to Australia in 1878. They lived in Waverley and Edgecliffe. Ann died 1896 and james died 1912. there were 3 children Delia, William and Mary Ann. On the ship was a Thomas Tracy possible brother to Anna Tracy. if anyone has any more information pls contact me. many thanks in advance.

Rzehak March 2007 http://www.familytreecircles.com/duffy-and-tracy-11649.html

 

Michael Tracey & Ann Costaler

Thomas Michael b. 1851 d. 27 December 1908 Hospital for the Insane, Rydalmere, New South Wales, Australia m. Mary Moran 4 March 1878 Co. Westmeath. (LDS)

 

Thomas Michael Tracey (b. 1851 in Westmeath, Ireland d. December 27, 1908 Rydalmere, New South Wales, Australia) m. Mary A Moran March 4, 1878 in Ireland

Father of Ellen Olive Tracey

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Tracey-366

 

Patrick Tracy (b.West Meath Ireland) m. Trica Scully (b: in West Meath Ireland)

Children:

Has ChildrenHugh Tracy (b: MAY 1858 in West Meath, Ireland d. 30 MAY 1924 in 30 North Main ST., Wilkes-Barre, Penn.) m. Mary Caffrey (b: 15 MAR 1855 in Srahnamanragh Bridge, County Mayo, Ireland) 1873

Immigration: MAY 1867 Port of New York

Occupation: 1900 Mine Laborer at Lehigh Valley Coal Co.

Occupation: 1910 Laborer, coal breake, Lehigh Vally Coal Co.

Obituary: Hugh Tracy , a will known and esteen resident of this city, died yesterday morning at 10:30 o'clock at his home, 30 North Main St., after a few days illness of pneumonia. Deceased was a member of the A.O.H., ST. Mary's Church and Holy Name Society of that church. He is survived by his wife and the following children, Hugh, of Jersey City, N.J.; Mrs. H. Musicbroad, of Montana; Mrs. Peter Kropp, of this city; Mrs. John Quinn, of Lansford; Francis of this city; Miss Nora Tracey of Baltimore; Miss Rose Tracey, of New York City; Mrs. Peter Dillon, of Plymouth; and Bernard at home.

Children:

1. Has ChildrenHugh James Tracey b: 31 MAR 1874 in Wilkes-Barre, Penn.

2. Nora Tracy b: SEP 1878 in Wilkes-Barre, Penn.

3. Mary Tracy b: AUG 1880

4. Has ChildrenFlorence V. Tracy b: NOV 1883 in Wilkes-Barre, Penn.

5. Rose Tracy b: FEB 1885 in Wilkes-Barre, Penn.

6. Bernard Tracey b: OCT 1886 in Wilkes-Barre, Penn.

7. Has ChildrenJosephine Tracy b: JUL 1892 in Wilkes-Barre Penn.

8. Has ChildrenCelestine Tracy b: 18 JUL 1895 in Wilkes-Barre Penn.

9. Has ChildrenFrancis Tracy b: in Wilkes-Barre Penn.

10. Patrick F. Tracy b: 1876 in Wilkes-Barre Pa.

 

1838 – 1918 Irish Nuns and Sisters of the Catholic Church in Australia

Record

Religious Order

Order Centre

Religious Name

Surname

Christian Name

Father's Christian Name

Mother's Name

Birthdate

County of Birth

Date Entered

Date of Death

Comments

10659

Mercy

Melbourne

Paula

Tracy

Sarah

 

 

 

Westmeath

1879/09/21

21/01/10

Buried Mgc. Died Malvern. Entered Fitzroy.

http://www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/coclare/genealogy/don_tran/emigration/irish_nuns_australia_surname6.htm

 

Thomas Tracy & Anne Carty

Mary b. 25 January 1875 (LDS)

Patrick b. 7 April 1877 (LDS)

 

Thomas Treacy & Mary Conlon

Mary Anne b. 18 November 1878 (LDS)

 

Thomas Tracy & Margaret Fennelan

Ellen b. 15 May 1878 Ballycleduff (LDS)

 

Thomas Tracy & Margaret Finneran

Mary b. 24 August 1873 (LDS)

Bridget b. 20 November 1876 Ballycloduff (LDS)

 

William Tracey

Birth Date: 11 May 1873

Birth Place: Westminth, Ireland

Residence: Brooklyn, New York

Passport Issue Date: 12 Sep 1924

Father Name: Thomas Tracey

Father's Birth Location: Ireland

Father's Residence: Deceased

Emigrated: October 1895

Neutralised February 8 1904

 

 

 Athlone (St. Mary’s Westmeath) [See also Roscommon]

 

Annam Treacy m. Gulielmus Boles 25 Oct 1850 St Mary's, Athlone, Roscommon and Westmeath, Ireland

 

Daniel Tracey m. Fanny  Monga 12th May 1806 (Artillery drivers Thomas Sexton & Farrel Clannington witnesses.)

Edward Treacy ch. 1st June 1817 at Drum son of Daniel Treacy & Francis Mongan

Eleanor Treacy ch. Aug 1820 St Mary’s

 

Hugh Tracy & Catherine

Hannah Tracy bapt St Mary’s 1779

 

Martin son of Jacob Treacy and Catherine Smith b. 14th Nov 1823 St Mary’s

 

Mary Tracy & Thomas Sparks

Elizabeth Sparks and Tracy b. ??? December 1862 Athlone (LDS)

 

Patritius Treacy m. Mariam Treacy (Joanne Treacy) 26 Jan 1860 St Mary's, Athlone, Roscommon and Westmeath, Ireland

 

28 November 1884 Freeman's Journal

William Treacy, Roundstone, to Rosanna (Sarah), eldest daughter of the late James Hynes, of Athlone.

[State Reg: Patrick Burke Treacy/Patrick Bourke Tracy m. Rosana Sarah Hynes Athlone vol 3 page 2]

7 January 1893 (NG) Death

January 6, at Court Devenish, Athlone, Sarah, the beloved wife of P.B. Treasy, formerly of Nenagh. (see Agnes Treacy)

 

O'Reilly and Treacy - June 19 1935 at St. Michael's Church Dun Laoghaire...Michael J., M.A. B.Comm H.D.E. son of James J. O'Reilly and the late Mrs. Katherine O'Reilly, 47 St. Patrick's Road, Drumcondra to Kitty, daughter of Mrs. Brigid Treacy and the late Michael Treacy, Glasson, Athlone.

 

Treacy and Cranwell - July 26, 1939 at St. Joseph's Church, Mayfield Cork...James Treacy B.Sc. 12 Auburn Terrace, Athlone, younger son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Treacy, Summerhill, Cork to Mary Mercia, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Sherlock, Cranwell, Mount Eagle, Montenotte Park, Cork.

 

St. Mary's Church of Ireland Athlone

1779 Hugh & Catherine [Tracy], Athlone their daughter Hannah, baptd. St. Mary’s

1782 James [Tracy], fisherman, Athlone Co Westmeath, a witness [to a deed]

1797 Elinor [Tracy] St. Mary’s married at St Mary’s to Thomas Horton P.o.W [Prince of Wales Regiment?]

1797 Margaret [Tracy] married at St Mary’s to Wm Newcomber of do Fencibles

1827 Christopher [Tracy] married at St Mary’s to Anne Murphy

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

1834 Messrs Cunniff & Tracy principals of Shamble Street School

1858 William [Tracy] Dublin gate Street, voter 1858 & 59

1859 Michael [Tracy] a witness to a marriage in St. Mary’s

Burgess, John B. (John Buchanan), 1885-1960 (Main Author) The dictionary of Athlone biography to 1871

 

Rhyming headstone, Abbey Graveyard, Athlone.

 

To the memory of Patk Tracy Died 28th October 1816

 

Beneath this humble pile is placed

In Mother’s arms easy

A man whom moral virtues grac’d

His name was Patrick Tracy

Two score and seven years

Doth mark for you the time

That he has spent in sighs and tears

To earn the promis’d clime

May Christ in whom we hope to rise

Preserve his soul from pain

Until reunion doth surprise

Both never to part again

 

Requiescat in Pace

 

Hazel A Ryan’s Athlone Abbey graveyard inscriptions, p.65

 

 

 

 

Jun 21 1935 (II) Westmeath Bride

The marriage took place at St. Michaels Church, Dun Laoghaire of Mr. Michael S. O Raghallaigh, MA, B.Comm, Inspector of Taxes, Wexford, and Miss K. Treacy, Glasson, Athlone. Mr. James P. Kane, B.Comm., was best man, and the bridesmaids were Miss Aileen Lally B.Comm and Miss Mary Barrrett UCD. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Michael Treacy. Nuptial Mass was celebrated by Rev. Fr. L. McCann, BA CC Fairview, assisted by the Rev. p. Doyle CC Ceannannus Mor. The wedding breakfast was held in the Carlisle Hotel, Dun Laoghaire.

westmeath.bmp

 

 

 Castletown Geoghegan

 

William Tracy & Hannah Jordan

Anne b. 9 November 1864 Castletown Geoghegan (LDS)

Teresa b. 13 April 1866 Castletown Geoghegan (LDS)

William b. 12 September 1867 Castletown Geoghegan (LDS)

Margaret b. 15 May 1869 Castletown Geoghegan (LDS)

 

Pat Tracey
The Late Pat Tracey

 

The Castletown-Geoghegan club mourned the passing of their club president Pat Tracey in January. In his younger days, Pat was a noted player and was an integral member of the Castletown team that won a three in-a-row of senior hurling championships in the 1950s. He also represented his county in senior hurling and played underage football with Ballinagore. . Other players were Christy Treacy and Jack Treacy.

When Castletown won the first of their three in-a-row in 1956, Pat returned home from England to play in the final against Rickardstown and had an outstanding game, despite being pitted against the legendary John ‘Jobber’ McGrath. Pat’s performance was all the more remarkable considering that he cycled to the game. After his playing career ended, Pat served his club as a selector and enjoyed nothing better on the long summer evenings than watching the players train and play hurling. He also enjoyed the underage games and always encouraged the youngsters in Castletown to play hurling.

 

 Clara and Horseleap (includes Offaly references)

 

William Tracy & Anna Jordon

Anna Maria Tracy b. 30 Jan 1863 Sp. Catherine Ennis & Josp Tracy. Clara and Horseleap Parish

Margaret Mary Tracy b. 30 Jan 1863 Sp. Margaret Ennis & Joseph Tracy. Clara and Horseleap Parish

 

William Tracy (Tracey) and Hannah Tracy.

John Tracey. Born in 1858 in Streamstown, Co. Westmeath, Ireland. Died 8.6.1910 in Chivilcoy, PBsAs (Civil Registration Act 286). Married in marriage with Mary Clavin and Casey, born 28.1.1856 in San Vicente, PBsAs, daughter of Joseph and Clavin and Ronan Scally and Mary Casey.

http://www.irishgenealogy.com.ar/genealogia/T/Tracey/john.htm

 

5 June 1886 (N) Death

Tracy - May 29, 1886, at Streamstown, Mary eldest daughter of William Tracy. RIP

22 January 1887 (N) Death

Tracy - January 16, 1887, at Streamstown, county Westmeath, Anne, fourth daughter of William Tracey.

11 May 1888 (N) Death

Tracy - May 7, 1888 at Streamstown, county Westmeath, William Tracy, aged 60 years.

 

Ardnurcher Churchyard, Co., Westmeath [see Tracy Peerage Case]

This tomb is erected to the memory of Malachy Tracy, of Meldrim, who departed this life 22nd day of June 1816, aged 74 years. May his Soul rest in Peace, Amen.

 

Clara & Horseleap Parish

Malachy Treacy, Streamstown, died 31 January 1844

 

 

Dec 3, 1898 (WE) Death of Mr. Daniel Tracy, Streamstown.

 

Relatives brother Michael Tracy and sister Miss Tracy [Teresa?].

http://www.irishnewsarchive.com/Repository/getimage.dll?BaseHRef=WME/1898/12/03&Type=Image&PrimitiveId=Ar0030508&imgExtension=png

 

http://www.irishnewsarchive.com/Repository/getimage.dll?BaseHRef=WME/1898/12/03&Type=Image&PrimitiveId=Ar0030509&imgExtension=png

 

 

Hi, just a quick note to find out if there are any Traceys left in this area. My father is Patrick Joseph Tracey. Apparently there are a long line of drummers running throughout the family, yes I am one to (or so I think). Any info would be appreciated, bye for now. Phil Tracey

 

 Delvin

 

1854 Boston Pilot

Of Edward Treacy, of Bracklyn [Bracklin, Killulagh], parish Castletowndelvin [Delvin], co Westmeath, who emigrated from Liverpool on the 16th of March, `49, and landed in New York, April 23d; sailed from New York to Savannah in Sept, `52, and was not heard of since. Information of him will be received by his brother Henry, Hinsdale, Cattaraugus co, N Y.

 

Eleanor Tracy m. Mathew Homes 16 Feb 1800 Delvin, Crowinstown, Kellalagh, Killeagh, Westmeath, Ireland

 

Eleanor Treacy m. Sames [James] Margan 25 Feb 1805 Delvin, Crowinstown, Kellalagh, Killeagh, Westmeath, Ireland

 

Fanny Treacy m. William Dunn 24 Jul 1804 Delvin, Crowinstown, Kellalagh, Killeagh, Westmeath, Ireland

 

Nicholas Tracey b. 1831 d. 1873 Delvin Registration District

 

Rose Tracy m. A Tord 14 Apr 1845 Delvin, Westmeath, Ireland

 

 

 

 Drumraney

 

Ellen Tracy m. Thomas Dolan 7 February 1869 Drumraney (LDS)

 

Elena Tracey (of Ballymore? Trewtywiastmat? [Ballymore County Westmeath?] England, 21?) & Antonio Gey (of Argiles? Tarbes? France, 29)

Pedro Luis Gey bapt. 27 Aug 1885 Catedral Inmaculada Concepción del Buen Viaje, Morón, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Ilisia Treace (b. Ballemore, Musana? Ireland, 27?) & Antonio Guz (b. Semper, Farbes, France, 31, profesion: quntero)

Miguel Juan Gey  bapt. 28 Jun 1887 Catedral Inmaculada Concepción del Buen Viaje, Morón, Buenos Aires, Argentina  Sp. Leon Gey, b. France, 26? & Maria Canton b. France, 21?) [Written note: Gey or Giez]

Elena Trecy & Antonio Guy 

Elena Guy bapt. 31 May 1898 Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina

 

John Tracey, born 1858 Streamstown, Co. Westmeath Ireland died on 08/06/1910 in Chivilcoy Argintina (son of William Tracy & Hannah Tracy) married Mary Clavin y Casey, born 28/01/1856 in San Vicente (daughter of Joseph Clavin y Ronan and Mary Casey y Scally)

1.       Juan Emilio Tracey y Clavin bapt 1885 in the Church of Nuestra Señora del Rosario, Suipacha, died 1954 buried in the cemetery of Chivilcoy, Single.

2.       Teresa Tracey y Clavin b. 03/10/1889 Chivilcoy, bapt. 14/10/1899 Church of Nuestra Señora del Rosario, Suipacha Sp. John Fagan of Chivilcoy & Ana Catalina Keegan of Chivilcoy, d. 05/25/1954 Chivilcoyburied in the cemetery of Chivilcoy.  Married 14/03/1908 at the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary, Suipacha, to Joseph Kelly y Allen (son of William Kelly and Kathleen Allen y Seery) Witnesses: John Tracy, of this country, 23, residing in Chivilcoy & Nora Kelly, of this country, 19, residing in Navarro.

3.       María Luisa Tracey y Clavinas born on 04/09/1891 bapt. 05/25/1891 Church of Nuestra Señora del Rosario, Suipacha Sp. Patrick Gaynor of Chacabuco & Bridget Keegan of Chacabuco, d. in 1963, buried in Sienda Cemetery Chivilcoy. Single.

4.       José Guillermo Tracey y Clavin bapt. 1898 Church of Nuestra Señora del Rosario, Suipacha, d. in 1983 buried in the cemetery of Chivilcoy.  Married to Catherine Capurro.  With offspring.

Photographs

John Tracey y María Clavin y Casey en BsAs, cerca de 1870.

https://picasaweb.google.com/irishphotoalbum/JOHNTRACEYMARIACLAVINYCASEYPHOTOALBUM#5203237364106396578

Casamiento [marriage] de José Kelly y Allen & Teresa Tracey y Clavin.

https://picasaweb.google.com/irishphotoalbum/JOHNTRACEYMARIACLAVINYCASEYPHOTOALBUM#5203237342631560082

 

William "Guillermo" Tracey. Born in Ireland. Married in marriage to Bridget "Brigida" Buckley, born in 1822 in Ireland, the census in 1895 in CBsAs of 73 years, Irish widow "with her daughter Mary Murray (Tracey and Mary Buckley) for" 48 years, English, widow "and the children of Mary and Tracey Buckley: Bridget (22 years, Argentina, married), Elena (16 years, Argentina, single), Ana (14 years, Argentina), Jose (8 years, Argentina), Josefina ( 6 years, Argentina). Bridget "Bridget" Buckley died on 22.10.1909 to 87 years, being buried in the Cementerio Municipal de Lincoln, PBsAs, section 1, Series E, No. 32. Parent:

1.       Mary Tracey y Buckley. Born in 25.11.1848 in Temple Moate [Mount Temple, Ballyloughloe, Westmeath], Ireland. He [She] died on 13.12.1933 in CBsAs. Married on 26.5.1863 at the Church of Exaltation of the Cross, Lord's Chapel, PBsAs (L 11-1 -), Thomas "Tom" Murray and Lynn, son of James "Santiago" Murray and Catherine " Kethy "Lynn. With offspring (see genealogy of James "Santiago" Murray).

2.       Kathleen "Catalina" Tracey y Buckley. She was born in 1850 in Ireland.  Married in marriage on 16/09/1873 at the Church of Our Lady of Carmen, Zárate, PBsAs (Book of Marriage, Year 1873, Number 10, page 30 - 2 -), with Patrick "Patrick" and Spallan Kelly , son of Mathew Kelly and Mary (or Margaret) Spallan (both natives of Ireland), born in 1847 in Ireland.  Their offspring are unknown.

3.       Michael Tracey y Buckley.  He was born in 1856 in Ireland. Died on 12/21/1866, being registered on 12/22/1866 at the Church of Capilla del Señor, Exaltation of the Cross, PBsAs.

4.       Joseph William "Guillermo" Tracey y Buckley. Born in 1859 in Drumraney, Co. Westmeath. Neighbor's Party was in Nueve de Julio, PBsAs. Censused in 1895. Died 3.9.1932 in CBsAs. Married on 13.4.1894 in marriage with Maria Crinigan and Bridget Kelly, born in 1871, who died 5.12.1953, daughter of Michael "Miguel" and Kelly and Bridget Crinigan Spalla.

5.       Charles "Carlos" Tracey y Buckley. Married 1st Catherine Anne Keegan, born in Argentina in 1861 and died on 28.8.1884 in Zárate, PBsAs, inscribed in the Book of Death of the Church of Our Lady of Mount Caramel, Zárate, PBsAs, because of " cerebral congestion. " Married in 2nd married Mary Kelly. Censused in 1895, when it claims to be the widower of Catherine Anne Keegan.

6.       Nora (or Honoria) Tracey y Buckley. Born in 1863. He died on 2.4.1895 at Station Anchorena, Pergamino, PBsAs. Married in marriage in San Antonio de Areco, PBsAs with Beyrne and Michael Meeks, daughter of John "John" and Mary Meeks Beyrne. With offspring.

http://www.irishgenealogy.com.ar/genealogia/T/Tracey/william.htm

Photograph:

William Joseph Tracey y Brígida Buckley con todos sus hijos (izda a dcha) Juan Carlos, Isabel y de su mano Ana María, José, Teresa, Brígida Buckley, William, Francisco (en brazos), Nora, Miguel y las mellizas Inés y Brígida

William Joseph Tracey and Bridget Buckley with all her children (left to right) Juan Carlos, Isabel and at her hand Ana Mary, Joseph, Teresa, Bridget Buckley, William Francis (in arms), Nora, Michael and the twins Agnes and Bridget

http://picasaweb.google.com/irishphotoalbum/WILLIAMTRACEYBRIDGETBUCKLEYPHOTOALBUM#5209877374187015762

 

 

 Kilbeggan

 

Joseph Tracy m. Mary Geoghegan 11 June 1831 Kilbeggan (LDS)

 

 Killkenny West

 

Michael Tracey & Anne Corrigan

Bridget b. 31 January 1855 Sp: Thos Tracey & Elisa Corrigan

 

 Killucan

 

John Treacy, 29581, Pt, Royal Inniskilling Fus, enlisted Omagh 20/11/1916 & 590037 Labour Corp

35 years b. 1881, General labourer, single, 5'7.45", chest 39.5", small scar over r eyebrow, No next of kin,

Born Drogheda Louth, Address 44 Rope Walk, Drogheda, Co. Louth. Leave 29/9/1917-8/10/1917 & discharge address Porterstown Killucan Co Westmeath.

 

Thomas Tracy & Margaret Coleman

James b. 23 April 1865 Killucan (LDS)

Anne b. 23 January 1867 Killucan (LDS)

Jane b. 9 December 1868 (LDS)

Eliza b. 6 October 1870 (LDS)

 

 Moate

 

John Tracy & Mary MacNally

Mary b. 12 March 1866 Moate (LDS)

 

 

 Mullingar

 

Patrick Tracy then married Mary Ann Dibbs in 1865 in Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. [see Longford]

 

Sarah Ellis (otherwise Tracy) (d. of Thomas Tracy, shipping agent) widow of 67 Amiens St Dublin m. John Charles Duncan (s. of James Duncan, gamekeeper) widower, gamekeeper of Tudenham Park Mullingar Co. Westmeath on 24 June 1890 Wit: William Reidy & Katie? Tracy (by licence) - St. Thomas CoI (North Dublin City)

http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/d-80-3-12-046.pdf

 

 

12 October 1866 (FJ) Death

September 27, at Mullingar, Mr. William Treacy, late of Mountrath, much regretted by a large circle of friends.

 

 

 Rochfortbridge

 

Joe Tracey m. Cathrine Gillegan 19 Jul 1851 Rochfortbridge, Meath, Ireland

 

 

 Sonna (& Ballinacargy)

 

Bernard Tracy & Catherine Guy

Bernard b. 16 July 1865 Ballynacarrigy (LDS)

John b. 21 June 1875 (LDS)

 

 Tubber (& Rosemount)

 

Ellen Tr(e)acy/Trasey & James Gorley/Gormley

Mary b. 01-07-1860 Sp. John Johnson & Catherine Walsh

Anne b. 10-08-1862 Sp. John Duffy & Bridget Grennan

Ellen b. 14-08-1864 Sp. Cornelius Daly & Catherine Martin

John b. 12-06-1866 Sp. Gregory Mullen & Honara Mullen

 

Michael Tracy & Bridget Spelman

Joseph b. 12 August 1873 (LDS)

Mary b. 15 December 1874 Dublin (LDS)

Eliza b. 15 May 1876 Rosemount (LDS)

 

 

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Westmeath Local Studies; a guide to sources,

Irish Midland Studies, 1980.

"Athlone: Materials from printed sources relating to the history of Athlone and surrounding areas, 1699-1899",

Genealogies of the grand jurors of Co. Westmeath, 1727-1853,

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

Clarke, M. V. Register of the priory of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Tristernagh, Irish Manuscripts Commission,

Clarke, Desmond Athlone, a bibliographical study, An Leabhar, No. 10, 1952, 138-9

Cox, Liam Moate, Co. Westmeath: a history of the town and district, Athlone, 1981.

Egan, O. Tyrellspass, Past and Present, 1986.

Grouden, Breda The contribution of the Clibborn family to Moate town and district, Moate Historical Society, Moate, 1990.

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

Keaney, Marion Sources for Westmeath Studies, Mullingar, 1982.

Keaney, Marion Athlone bridging the centuries, Westmeath county council, Mullingar, 1991.

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

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

Murtagh, H. Athlone besieged, Temple Printing Co., Athlone, 1991.

Murtagh, H. Irish Historic Towns Atlas: Athlone, RIA, Dublin, 1994.

O'Brien, Brendan Athlone Workhouse and the Famine, Old Athlone Society, Athlone, 1995.

O'Brien, Gearóid St. Mary's Parish Athlone, a history, St. Mel's Trust, Longford, 1989.

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

Sheehan, J. Westmeath as others saw it ... AD 900 to the present, 1982.

Stokes, George T. Athlone, the Shannon & Lough Ree, Dublin & Athlone, 1897.

Upton, Upton Papers, RIA,

Woods, James Annals of Westmeath, Dublin, 1907.

 

NAI Ref Name Probate Ref Grant Type Date Issue Date Death

2006/11/372

TREACY DENIS

1985 MR 012450

Probate

23/10/1985

20/04/1981

2005/37/406 TREACY THOMAS 1983 MR 014301 Probate 25/11/1983 13/06/1982

Last update: 22 March 2017