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

 

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The Traceys of Kildare can trace their history back to the beginning of historical records, as Kildare formed part of the territory of the Uí Bairrche. There are Baltracey townland, cross roads, bridge and river (5 kilometres north of Clane on the road to Kilcock), Baltracey and Newtown Baltracey townlands (3 kilometres south east of Naas) and Tracey’s crossroads (south east of Kildare town), named after the Traceys.

 

1304 Red Book of Ormond

13.       Extent of the Manor of Cloncorri (Cloncurry, Co. Kildare) 8th November 1304

… De Crayn McTressy pro j cotagio dim. estang xij virgat iiijd. …

… De Conelath McTressy pro j cotagio j estang. ijd.

 De Euercath McTressy <pro> j cotagio j estang. ijd. …

… De Mardauth McTressy pro j cotagio dim. estang et v virgat. ijd. …

White, Newport B. ed. (1932) The Red Book of Ormond. Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission. pp.33

 

1518 Kildare Rental

The millis of Mainoth at 360 pecks yerly. And the mill of Lexlep at 300 pecks yerly. (p.249)

An indentur to Richard Tressy of Lexlep, myller, on the milles of Mainoth & Lexlep for terme of 7 yeris, paing for the milles of Mainoth yerly 360 pecks, half therof whete & th’other half of such malte as shal come to the same 2 milles, and for the mill of Lexlep 300 pecks yerly, half therof whete & the other half malte as shal come to the same mill. & for the payment William Kelly of Rathlege, husbandman, hath bondin him, his heires & executors, to bring in the body of the said Richard & his goodes & to deliver him to my lorde for the contentacion of the said corne. And the said miller to do costes of the labour of the said milles and the said erle to finde stuff to the same. Dated 20th day of December anno 10° H. Octavis [1518]

Ryall serves to the maner of Rathmore (p. 285)

…Ballytarce {& Kenewekistown} 20s [Baltracey, Tipper parish, Kildare]

In baronia de Naace (p. 291)

…manor of Rathmore…Balitarsse, Kenevekiston 20s [Baltracey, Tipper parish, Kildare]

1540? Gerald, Earl of Kildare (p. 139, 140)

Villata de Grayglin [Graiguelin, Taghadoe parish, Kildare]

Et sunt ibidem 40 acre terre, una acra prati et una acra pasture quas Willelmus Tracye modo occupant et reddit per annum 40s et pro custumis 2 dies aratri, 2 dies carecte, unam precariam in autumpno et unam gallinam precii 20d

Et est ibidem unum cotagium cuius tenens reddit annuatim unam precariam in autumpno et unam gallinam precii 4d

Summa extente villate predicte cum custumis 42s

Villata de Balmaglyn [Maynooth manor, Kildare]

Et sunt ibidem 36 acre arrabilis quas Johannes Tracye (Dercye) modo occupant et reddit per annum 36s et pro custumis 2 dies arretri, 2 dies carecte, unam precariam in autumpno et unam gallinam que appreciantur ad 20d

Et est ibidem unum cotagium cuius tenes reddit annuatim una[m] precariam in autumpno et unam gallinam precii 4d

Summa extente villate predicte cum custumis 38s

MacNiocaill, Gearóid ed. (1992) Crown Surveys of Land 1540-41 with the Kildare rental begun in 1518. Irish Manuscripts Commission, Dublin.

 

Richard Tracey, (Earl of Kildare’s miller) agreed to pay the earl 200 marks worth of good corn (half wheat and half malt) in return for his thirty-one year lease while the earl undertook to ...

Vincent Carey (2002) Surviving the Tudors: The 'wizard' Earl of Kildare and English Rule in ... - Page 77

 

1553-1569

Two leases from Gerald Fitzgerald, [11th] Earl of Kildare, to Sir Richard St Lawrence, Lord of Howth, of the lands of Newtown, Kellystown and Creepstown [subsequently part of the Carton demesne], 1553, and to Thomas Trassee [Tracey], of Maynooth, Miller, the mills of Maynooth and Blakestown, 1569. D3078/1/5/1 and D3078/1/5/2

 

Philip & Mary

1554 28th January

Patent of pardon to John Malone of Taghdowe, Wm Trassye of Grayge glene, and John Trassy, of Conestown, Co. Kildare, Husb.

Elizabeth I

1602 1st May

The vicarage of Ballisax (Ballysax), Diocese of Kildare, vacent by the resignation of John Tracye (Tracie), clerk. (Kildare)

1603 12th March

Pardon to ... Teige Trasie of Cotlandstoune (Kildare)

The Irish Fiants of the Tudor sovereigns. (1994) De Burca, Dublin.

 

3/3/1605 Debtors Irish Statue Stable Book

(cancelled)

Robert Kenna

Willm Trasie, Merchant, The Naace, Kildare. £110 Dc1/57r

Creditor: Sir Adame Loftus, Dublin

Text: (crossed out) On the view of the bond this was cancelled? (Description of money 7 score and six pounds thirteen schillings and four pence sterling of the new silver money called Harps lately? Ordained and proclaimed by the Kings majesty £146-13-4 Harps = £110 sterling)

 

An Act of Council in favour of the Town of Naas 16th day of April 1609

By charter, dated the 20th Aprill, in the seventh year of the reign of King James, Christofer Sherlock, sovereign of the towne of Naa.se, in co. Kildare…and moreover, 3 a. [acres], in the town [Naas], in the occupation of William Trassy;...

Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland 1862

 

1622 ‘The Bishop of Kildare his Certificate’ NLI Ms. 8013 ix

Edward Tracy, vicar of Ballikill, was found to be ‘not of so virtuous a life as incident to his calling, yet tolerated with all in some measure in hope of amendment and in some respect he doth perfectly read Irish.’

Canny, Nicholas (2001) Making Ireland British 1580-1650. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

 

Index for the Diocese of Dublin to the year 1800

Tracey, Patrick (Trasey), Maynouth, tanner, 1644, Intestacy, page 75

1895 Keeper of Public Records in Ireland, Appendix 26 Report

 

1659 Census

Salt Barony, Kildare (pp. 402)

Trasy, Tressy (7)

 

Tracy, John, Killadowen, co. Dub., yeoman, 1680, Caveat & Will, page 108 & 111, Will and grant book

 

2 March 1718

Patrick Lattin to Richard Tracy of Westown (86 acres) for 31 years; 1 membrane

MS 38,277/2 Mansfield Papers NLI

 

April 8th 1742

Patrick Fleming, Daniel Tully, Patrick Tully and Darby Tracy were hanged in chains on the Curragh, for the murder of one Dowling.

The chronological remembrancer. Being an historical register of all the remarkable battles, sieges, Treaties, Conspiracies. Dublin, MDCCL. [1750].

 

26/8/1752 Daniel Tracy

McAuliffe EJ (1884) The roll of the Quaker School at Ballitore Co. Kildare. Irish Academic Press, Dublin

 

16 April 1753

Memorandum of lease of "Treasys" [Tracy] holding. Rent £4.10.0. Michael Rath, Naas, Co. Kildare, farmer, and Owen Whealon, of Naas, Co. Kildare. D562/1151

 

Index for the Diocese of Dublin to the year 1800

Tracy, John, Giltown, co. Kild., farmer, 1759, Intestacy, page 138

1895 Keeper of Public Records in Ireland, Appendix 26 Report

 

1 July – 5 July 1760 Dublin Gazette
Dublin. On Sunday last one Simon Treacy farmer Two-Mile-Bridge in the Co. of Kildare was committed to Naas goal on suspicion of murdering his wife, as she has not been heard of since 11 June last.

15 July – 19 July 1760 Dublin Gazette
13 July Naas. Yesterday the wife of Mr. Simon Treacy (supposed to have been murdered and for which the husband was committed to the goal of this town) arrived here from Dublin.

 

1761 Catherine Tracy, Caragh, Co. Kildare. (Will)

 

Clane Friary Guardians

19/10/1761 Thomas Tracy

Journal of the Kildare Archaeological Society, XVIII, p159

 

1762 George Graydon, Killishe Co. Kildare.

Codicil Witness: Richard Tracy, Naas, Co. Kildare, slater deceased.

Said Alexander to be guardian of my children Hamilton Graydon, Robert Graydon, George Graydon and Avis Mary Graydon until they severally arrive at age of 21 years, (but in codicil Sir K. D. Burrowes appointed guardian in his place). My second son Hamilton Graydon, sums laid out equipping him for the Army, I have procured my son a Cornet's commission. My brother Thomas Graydon. A bond perfected to me by Arthur Hemphill. My nephew George Graydon son of my brother Erasmus Graydon. My friend Sir Kildare Dixon Burrowes, Dublin, Bart., and Charles Neal, Shean Castle, Co. Antrim, Esq., trustees. Mr. Robert Bray. Lands, premises etc. in Naas, Co. Kildare, and part of the commons of Naas known by the name of Monacaka. Lands of Killishee and Sword Wallstown, Co. Kildare held by lease from Hon. Richard Fitzpatrick, Esq. Witnesses: Geo. Perkins, Dublin, attorney, deceased, Richd. Cudmore, Dublin, attorney, Bartholomew Cliffe, Carlow, gent. Codicil witnessed by: Richard Tracy, Naas, Co. Kildare, slater, deceased, Jno. Cosker, Killishee, farmer, Anthony Munilly, servant to testator. Second codicil: Following death of eldest son Alexander Graydon in England 10 July, testator's son Robert inherits instead. Codicil witnessed by: Rev. Wm. Donnellan, Naas, clerk. Christopher Hawkins, Giltown, farmer, John Mitchell, late of Co. Kildare, writing master, deceased. Third codicil: Charles O'Neill, trustee, is dead. Thos. Ryves Rassalagh, Co. Wicklow, appointed in his place. I have purchased part of Sir Henry Echlin's estate, the wood of Killishee. Son Robt. Graydon to be sole exor. of Will and Codicils. Codicil witnessed by: Rev. Wm. Digby, Geashill, King's Co. clerk, Rev. Wm. Taverner, Kildare, clerk, James Fagan, Killishee, farmer. Memorial witnessed by: Richd. Cudmore, Rev. Wm. Donnellan, Jno. Cosker, James Fagan. v 282, 495, 185581 Robt. Graydon (seal)

30 Mar – 2 Apr 1765 Dublin Gazette
Died at Naas Mr. Richard Tracy, formerly an eminent slater.

 

16 - 20 Dec. 1774 Belfast Newsletter

Died...Daniel Tracy [Monastereven?]…

 

1766

Lease by John Bourke to John Tracy of a house and moat in Naas, county Kildare; 1 membrane

MS 40,046/29 Louth Papers NLI

 

Early History of the Grand Canal

In another report of 1766 (CARD, xi. 349), the committee state that they had been informed by the contractors, John Satterthwaite and Messrs. Barnwell and Tracy, that the works executed by them were in a state of readiness to receive the water. Water was accordingly turned in from the Morell River, near Straffan, but to the dismay of the committee the banks gave way, more particularly those at Hazlehatch...

Henry Phillips. Early History of the Grand Canal. Dublin Historical Record, Vol. 1, No. 4 (Mar., 1939), pp. 108-119

 

1777 Prisoners, against whom no Petition has been preserred

p.361 Goal of Naas, Kildare County

John Tracy

Acts and statutes, made in a Parliament begun at Dublin, the eighteenth day of June, Anno Dom. 1776, Dublin, MDCCLXXVII. [1777].

2 May 1778 (FJ) Bill for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors

County of Kildare gaol, at Naas

John Tracey

 

1798 Claimants and Surrenders

Darby Tracy, Chandler, Naas, Kildare. Nature Of Loss: Horse, Furniture, Cash, Tallow Candles Sum Claimed: 50/19/3  Sum Allowed: 50/19/3

John Tracy, Naas, Kildare. Nature Of Loss: Houses, Horses, Canal Boats  Sum Claimed: 234/5/11

 

1779 Naas Volunteers

Company of Foot

Richard Tracy of Naas

Richard Tracy of Maudlins

Company of Dragoons

William Tracy

Journal of the Kildare Archaeological Society, XI, p467, 468

 

British War Office

William Tracey Sgt b. 1773 Rathdrum, Wicklow. Kildare Militia 1799 -1816 Miner WO119 Hurt on Revenue Service WO118/8

 

11 March 1780 (F) County Kildare

To be set, from the 12th day of May next, Part of the Lands of Nicholastown; containing about one hundred and twenty-four Acres; formerly held by Mr. Abraham Rider; the Estate of the Right Honourable Lord Vicount De Vesci; Whoever is inclined to treat for said Lands, are defined to give in their Proposals, in Writing, to Mr. Edward Johnson, of Ballymullin, near Abbeyleix, in the Queen's County. Mr. John Tracy, on the said Lands in Nicholstown, will shew the Concerns. March 2, 1780.

 

1783 Tracy, Wm., Naas, co. Kildare, slater (Perogative Will)

 

1802, Tracy, John, Naas, co. Kildare, gent. (Perogative Will)

 

1802 Frances Tracy, the catholic, female owner of the “Freeman’s Journal”

Frances Tracy - Family from Kildare, Dublin & Wicklow

 

British War Office

Michael Tracey b.1777 Ninces [Naas?], Kildare 1/25th enlisted 8th May 1802. India from 12th April 1809. Still serving 1809 WO12/4171 Depot 58 credit £1 13s 4d Jno? 92 WO25/2528 Died at Chatham 19th Nov 1817. Labourer WO12/4174

 

1803 Emmet’s Rebellion; County: Kildare - Extracted from 'The United Irishmen - Appendix VI'

Minutes of Examinations and Informations - October, 1803

William Vallance, slater of Naas, gave information against many Nass people, as having met them on the road going to Dublin, between four and six o'clock, 23rd July...

James Tracy, coal factor, went to Dublin 23rd July, with Doyle the miller and Toole, the shoemaker in Dublin 23rd July.

James Tracy, Publican, Naas, 1803 went to Dublin for the rising. He stayed with his sister-in-law who lived in the Cuckoo’s Nest Inn close to Tallaght. He was later imprisoned in Naas Gaol on the 9/9/1803 by Major General Trench. He was released on the 2/2/1805.

Cullen, Seamus. The Emmet Rising in Kildare. P.44, 52, 89, 126, 129. Faelain Publications, Dublin. Details extracted from RIA Ms. 12 M 8.

 

6 February 1804

Lease of 104acres 1rood 25perches Irish Plantation Measure for 20 yrs. from 29 Sept., 1803. Rent £115. 10s. per annum John Boardman, Parsontown (Birr), King's Co. to Margery Quirk, Clondallee, Co. Meath and Bryan Tracy, Clonaff, Co. Kildare. Relating to Derrintanny Co. Meath. D645/140

 

1805-1816 Thomas Tracey alias Tracy.

Born Johnston, Kildare.

Served in 50th Foot Regiment.

Discharged aged 30.

Covering dates give year of enlistment to year of discharge.

Kilmainham Reference: A11378.

British Army Pensioners - Royal Hospital Kilmainham Ireland, 1783-1822 (WO119)

Thomas Tracey b. 1786 Johnston Kildare, 50th Foot

Thomas Tracy b. 1786 Johnston, Kildare 50th in 1805 with John and 97th Foot discharged 30th Oct 1816 wounded at Heights of Maya 25th July 1813. Military General Service Medal bars VCVPNiveWO119 labourer Lloyds Certificate 7th May 1819 WO118/38 p.29

 

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

 

29/10/1808 Edward Tracy

29/10/1809 William Tracy

McAuliffe EJ (1884) The roll of the Quaker School at Ballitore Co. Kildare. Irish Academic Press, Dublin

 

Christopher Tracy, DMP 7639, born 1852, Celbridge, Co. Kildare

Francis Tracy, DMP 258, born 1809, Carrick, Co. Kildare

John Treacy, DMP 4580, born 1828, Monasterevin Co. Kildare

Thomas Tracy, DMP 8260, born 1854, Monasterevin. Co. Kildare

The Dublin Metropolitan Police: A Short History and Genealogical Guide by Jim Herlihy. Four Courts, 2001

 

May 28, 1818  Freemans Journal

Yesterday an inquest was held at Leixlip, by Thomas Brown, Esq. Coroner and a Jury, consisting of the Magistrate and inhabitants of the town, on the body of James Tracy, who died suddenly, after having taken some medicine.

 

1821 Census Extract

No. 8 John Tracey, farmer and labourer, 7 acres, Margaret wife 34, Judy Tracey 25, houseservant.

Co. Kildare Barony of North Nass, Parish of Osbertstown, Townland of Jigginstown.

(GO Ms. 685 p.35)

 

Students of Maynooth

William Tracy, Kildare - matriculated 26/8/1822 ordained 31/5/1828 (Students of Maynooth)

 

1823-1824

Letter from Michael Tracey to Patrick Lattin proposing a lease of fields near Naas with Patrick Lattin’s reply, 25 Sept. 1823; Lease from Patrick Lattin to Michael Tracey of ground near Naas and part of Monegallagh to hold for one life or 21 years, 6 Aug. 1824; 2 items

MS 38,274/3 Mansfield Papers NLI

 

1824 House of Lords Papers

John Tracy, Sub-constable, Coolestown, Kildare.

Peter Tracy, Sub-constable, Garry Castle, Kildare

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Patrick Tracey, born Kilcullen Kildare Served in 10th Foot Regiment; 96th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 38 1824-1842

Patrick Tracey, b. 1805 Kilcullen, Kildare

Patrick Tracey b.1805 Kilcullen, Kildare 10th Foot & 96th 1824-1842 WO97

 

Students of Maynooth

Felix Tracy, Kildare – matriculated 25/8/1824 (Students of Maynooth)

 

7 September 1825 (FJ) Insolvent Debtors

Petitions to be heard at the Tailor's Hall, Dublin...

William Tracey, late of Naas, county Kildare, publican

 

1820s-1830s Tithe Records

Alphabetical

 By Area

 

Andrew Freucry [Treacy], Shanadoone [Shanacloon], Kilrush [now in Ballyshannon], Kildare, 1825

Andrew Tracey, Kilrush [Shanacloon], Kilrush [now in Ballyshannon], Kildare, 1825 [map]

Andrew Tracy, Tully, Tully, Kildare, 1833

Andrew Trasey, Kilrush [Shanacloon], Kilrush [now in Ballyshannon], Kildare, 1825

Andrew Treacy, Shanacloone, Kilrush [Ballyshannon], Kildare, 1825

Andrew Treacy, Shanacloone, Kilrush [Ballyshannon], Kildare, 1825 [duplicate]

Andw Tracy, Mooretown, Kildare, Kildare, 1827

 

David Tracy, Hughestown [Hughstown], Killelan, Kildare, 1834

 

James Tracy, Maudlins, Naas, Kildare, 1829

James Tracy, Maudlins, Naas, Kildare, 1829

James Tracy, Maudlins, Naas, Kildare, 1829

James Tracy, Maudlus, Naas, Kildare, 1829

James Tracy, Milestown [Mylerstown], Killashee, Kildare, 1825

James Tracy, Mullocash [Mullacash], Killashee, Kildare, 1825

James Tracy, Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [1831-3]

James Tracy, Upper Leick, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Jas Tracy, Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [1831]

John Tracey, [jun?] Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [183?] [written comment]

John Tracy [sen], Upper Leick, Naas, Kildare, 1829

John Tracy [senr], Maudlins and Montreath [Naas], Naas, Kildare, 1829

John Tracy, [sen] Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829

John Tracy, [sen] Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829

John Tracy, [sen] Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829

John Tracy, Aughterard, Kill, Kildare, 1834

John Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829

John Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829

John Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [1830]

John Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [1831] [crossed out now Mathew? Fay?]

 

Michael Tracey, Naas and Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Michael Tracy, Naas and Jiggistown, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Michael Tracy, Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Michael Tracy, Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Michael Tracy, Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [1830]

Michl Tracy, Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [1831]

Michl Tracy, Newtown, Kildare, Kildare, 1827

 

Pat & Willm Tracy, Hughestown [Hughstown], Killelan, Kildare, 1834

Patrick Treacy, Rasberry and Haukfield, Morristownbiller, Kildare, 1827

Patt Tracy, Rasberry and Hawkfield, Morristownbiller, Kildare, 1827

Peter Tracy, Halverstown, Carragh, Kildare, 1833

Peter Tracy, Halverstown, Carragh, Kildare, 1833

Peter Tracy, Holverstown, Carragh, Kildare, 1833

 

Thomas Tracy, Halverstown, Carragh, Kildare, 1833

Thomas Tracy, Holverstown, Carragh, Kildare, 1833

Thomas Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Thomas Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Thomas Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Thomas Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [Thomas crossed out, Michael holds land his uncle?]

Thomas Tracy, Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [1831-3]

Thos Tracy, Halverstown, Carragh, Kildare, 1833

 

Tracy [widow], Archstown [Nicholastown], Tankardstown, Dublin [Kildare], 1824

 

William Preacy [Treacy], Shanadoone, Kilrush [Ballyshannon], Kildare, 1825

William Tracy, Baltracy, Balraheen, Kildare, 1833

William Treacy, Shanacloone, Kilrush [Ballyshannon], Kildare, 1825 [duplicate]

 

 

Andrew Freucry [Treacy], Shanadoone [Shanacloon], Kilrush [now in Ballyshannon], Kildare, 1825

Andrew Tracey, Kilrush [Shanacloon], Kilrush [now in Ballyshannon], Kildare, 1825 [map]

Andrew Trasey, Kilrush [Shanacloon], Kilrush [now in Ballyshannon], Kildare, 1825

Andrew Treacy, Shanacloone, Kilrush [Ballyshannon], Kildare, 1825

Andrew Treacy, Shanacloone, Kilrush [Ballyshannon], Kildare, 1825 [duplicate]

William Preacy [Treacy], Shanadoone, Kilrush [Ballyshannon], Kildare, 1825

William Treacy, Shanacloone, Kilrush [Ballyshannon], Kildare, 1825 [duplicate]

 

William Tracy, Baltracy, Balraheen, Kildare, 1833

 

Peter Tracy, Halverstown, Carragh, Kildare, 1833

Peter Tracy, Halverstown, Carragh, Kildare, 1833

Peter Tracy, Holverstown, Carragh, Kildare, 1833

Thomas Tracy, Halverstown, Carragh, Kildare, 1833

Thomas Tracy, Holverstown, Carragh, Kildare, 1833

Thos Tracy, Halverstown, Carragh, Kildare, 1833

 

Andw Tracy, Mooretown, Kildare, Kildare, 1827

Michl Tracy, Newtown, Kildare, Kildare, 1827

 

James Tracy, Milestown [Mylerstown], Killashee, Kildare, 1825

James Tracy, Mullocash [Mullacash], Killashee, Kildare, 1825

 

David Tracy, Hughestown [Hughstown], Killelan, Kildare, 1834

Pat & Willm Tracy, Hughestown [Hughstown], Killelan, Kildare, 1834

 

James Tracy, Maudlins, Naas, Kildare, 1829

James Tracy, Maudlins, Naas, Kildare, 1829

James Tracy, Maudlins, Naas, Kildare, 1829

James Tracy, Maudlus, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Thomas Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Thomas Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Thomas Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Thomas Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [Thomas crossed out, Michael holds land his uncle?]

Thomas Tracy, Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [1831-3]

James Tracy, Upper Leick, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Jas Tracy, Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [1831]

John Tracy, [sen] Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829

John Tracy, [sen] Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829

John Tracy, [sen] Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829

John Tracy, Aughterard, Kill, Kildare, 1834

John Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829

John Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829

John Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [1830]

John Tracy, Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [1831] [crossed out now Mathew? Fay?]

Michael Tracey, Naas and Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Michael Tracy, Naas and Jiggistown, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Michael Tracy, Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Michael Tracy, Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829

Michael Tracy, Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [1830]

Michl Tracy, Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [1831]

James Tracy, Naas, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [1831-3]

John Tracy [sen], Upper Leick, Naas, Kildare, 1829

John Tracy [senr], Maudlins and Montreath [Naas], Naas, Kildare, 1829

John Tracey, [jun?] Jigginstown, Naas, Kildare, 1829 [183?] [written comment]

 

Patrick Treacy, Rasberry and Haukfield, Morristownbiller, Kildare, 1827

Patt Tracy, Rasberry and Hawkfield, Morristownbiller, Kildare, 1827

 

Tracy [widow], Archstown [Nicholastown], Tankardstown, Dublin [Kildare], 1824

 

Andrew Tracy, Tully, Tully, Kildare, 1833

 

 

 

April 12, 1830 (FJ) Barefaced Swindling - "A Regular Gull"

...to defraud, which they did eventually, a person named Patrick Treacy, of a sum of nine pounds. The compliant had come to town [Dublin] from the county Kildare, to take his passage for America...

 

12 October to 23 November 1832 Fictitious Votes (Ireland): first report

Registered: William Treacy of Boycetown, Co. Kildare

Premises: Maryboro' West West, houses and premises in Mountrath, Queens Co.

Grantor: John Treacy £20

 

25 October 1832 Valuation of £10 Electors

John Treacy, House offices and land, Jigginstown Naas Union Kildare, 52a/1r/24p £45/0/0 annual value. Registered in 1832 and not since re-registered (to 1840)

 

Subscriber: Rev W. Tracy,  C.C. Kilcock

Mac-Geoghegan, James abbé (1832) A history of Ireland: from its first settlement to the present time

 

...Corban's Mill [Millbrook, Naas?]...James Tracy (who lived in Mr. Holloway's present house) in 1833.

Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society and surrounding districts, 1895, Page 329

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Michael Treacy, born Kill Kildare Served in Royal Artillery Discharged aged 39, 1833-1854

Michael Treacy, b. 1815 Celbridge, Kildare

 

Registered Rent & Valuation of £10 County Electors, Roscrea Union, King's County

Patrick Tracy, Jan 3 1834, lands & bogland, Dunkerrin Dunkerrin, 8a/0r/15p, rate £10/0/0

 

Name

Age

Reb

Ship

Tried

Trial Place

Term

DOB

Native Place

Crime

Marital Status

Trade or Calling

Remarks

Died

Death Place

William Tracy

22

WB

Lady Macnaghten/McNaughton (1835)

1834

Kildare Co

Life

1813

Wicklow Co

Firearms

Single

Shoemaker

 

 

 

 

1835-1857 Merchant Navy Seamen

James Tracey, b. Neace [Naas Kildare?]

 

1835 Selection of Parochial Examinations Relative to the Destitute Classes in Ireland

Parishes of Naas and Osberstown

Persons who attended the Examination…Mr. William Tracy…

The destitution caused by a short illness is ofter the cause of destroying all the comforts of the labourer, and rendering him reckless. Mr. Tracy says, “I know many instances, and one in particular, a tenant of my father's, who, together with his wife, were both in fever; he died by her side, which she did not discover for some time, and is now in abject poverty, suffering under a paralytic stroke.”

 

Very Rev. William Tracey was born at Marymount, parish of Camross, and received at least part of his education in France, where he narrowly escaped the guillotine at the time of the Revolution. He was ordained by Dr. Lanigan about 1796, after which he was C.C. Rathdowney till 1799. His next Curacy was Muckalee, whence he was promoted to the pastorship of Rathdowney in 1802. He became Treasurer of the Diocesan Chapter in 1837. Having governed this parish 37 years, he died at his house in Barrachill, Oct. 7th, 1839 at the age of 68, and is buried in Grogan chapel. Two of his nephews were respected priests of Kildare and Leighlin Diocese, viz., Rev. William Tracey, P.P. Kilcock, and Rev. Felix Tracey, P.P. Ballyna.

1836 Roman Catholic Diocese of Kildare & Leighlin

Parish Priest - William Tracy, Kilcock, County Kildare

Rev. William Treacy, who had been curate of Kilcock at the time when Dr. Haly was promoted to the Episcopate, succeeded him as pastor of the parish. After a zealous and successful pastorship, Father Tracey died on the 25th of May, 1862, and lies interred in the new Church of Kilcock, which he had founded.

Kilcock: The present very fine parochial Church was commenced in 1862, by the late Rev. Willian Treacy, P.P., who had expended £1,000 on the work, when he was called to his reward. He left, partly of his own means, and partly the result of subscriptions received, £3,000 towards its completion, to effect which cost some £6,000 more. It is in the early Gothic style, from a design by MacCarthy, and consists of chancel, nave, and aisles, with a massive tower 108 feet in height; including the tower, which is at the west end, the church is 131 feet in length, and is 60 feet in width. It was dedicated to the service of God, under the invocation of St. Coca, in 1867. Over the grave of the founder, within the church, a monumental brass bears the following inscription: "Sacred to the revered memory of Rev. William Treacy, who had been 24 years P.P. of Kilcock; the founder of this church,- who departed this life on the 25th May, 1862, in the 59th year of his age. This monument was erected by his affectionate brother, Rev. Felix Treacy, P.P. Balyna." The beautiful and costly High Altar, and a fine stained-glass window over it, are also memorials of Father Treacy, erected by the parishioners.

Ballyscullogue: The fine Gothic chapel-of-ease at Newtown, is situated in the parish of Sculloguestown. It was erected by the Rev.William Tracey, P.P., at a cost of £3.000. A slab placed over the front door of Newtown church bears the following inscription: -"Pray for Rev. William Treacy, who faithfully served God in this Parish during 32 years; - 8 years as Curate, 24 as Parish Priest. To whose ready and unsparing liberality, and still more unsparing exertions the Parish is mainly indebted for the erection of this Church. May the Lord have mercy on his soul. Amen.

(see Daniel Thomas Treacy)

 

Patrick Treacy, 1836, Prerogative Court will. Exec: J Treacy, Boherbawne, (Boherbaun, Co. Kildare?). IWR/1836/F/307.

 

John Tracey, 1837, Prerogative Court will. Exec: C. Fay, Figginstown, ??? (Jigginstown, Co. Kildare?). IAR/1837/F/172

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Thomas Trac(e)y, born Rosetown Kildare Served in 20th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 25, 1837-1841

Thomas Tracy, b. 1816 Newbridge, Kildare

Thomas Tracey b. 1816 Newbridge, Kildare or Rosetown 20th Foot 1837 – 1841

Thomas Tracey b.1817 Rosetown, Newbridge, Kildare 20th Foot deserted 1838 & 1839 tailor FMP Chelsea 10th March 1841 WO118/21

 

1837 Killmore Parish

There is only one man in the neighbourhood, whose name is Tracy and who was the Tithe viewer (or collector) formerly in the By of Carberry that acknowledges that a parish of the name (Killmore) to exist.

Ordnance Survey Letters Kildare, reprinted by Fourmasters Press, Dublin 2002, p.35

 

27 January 1838 (FJ) Kildare

...Wm. Tracy C.C...

 

1838 The Catholic Directory, Ecclasiastical Register, and Almanac

Diocese of Ossory

Chapter – Treasurer: Rev. Wm. Tracey.

Northern District

Wm. Tracey, Parish priest, Rathdowney

Diocess of Dromore

Newry

Convent Sacred Institute of Saint Clare - Mother Abbess is Mrs. MM Tracy.

Diocess of Kildare and Leighlin

Wm Tracy, Curate Kilcock

F Tracy, Curate Ballyfin

Felix Tracy, Curate, Mountmellick

Diocess of Killaloe

Patrick Tracy, Parish Priest, Toomgreary, Scariff

 

1838 Birth

William Tracy, enlisted June 11 1861, currier, age 23, married, residence Salem, born in Co. Kildare, Irl. Mustered in June 11, 1861, term 3? Years. Mustered out June 21, 1864.

Macnamara Daniel George (1899) The History of the Ninth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Second ...

 

Army Deserters

Thomas Tracey, b. 1838 Kildare

Thomas Tracy, b. 1839 Kildare

 

1839 Newbridge

John Quinn, baker and family Grocer, Newbridge

... Its history dates back to 1839, when it was founded by the late Mr. John Tracey. ...

1892 Dublin, Cork, and South of Ireland: A Literary, Commercial, and Social

 

January 1839 Return of Sums paid to Irish National Board of Education

William Treacy clerical RC

Killadooley Kildare building £55/9/0

Kilcock Kildare male & female fitting up £9/15/8

Newtown Kildare male & female building £220/0/0

Rathdowney Queens Co male & female building £80/0/0 fitting up £39/1/8

Tiermohan Kildare fitting up £12/17/3

 

April 24, 1840 (FJ) United Parishes of Caragh and Prosperous

...Mr. Michael Tracy...

 

24-October-1840 Freeman's Journal

Mr. Patrick Roche, Maynooth, enclosed find the subscriptions and names of the repealers of Maynooth.

James Tracy.

William Tracy.

 

1841 Reports relative to valuation for poor rates - Kildare

Peter Tracy of Halverstown Carragh, 29a/2r/0p, rate £26/0/0, rent £22/0/0

 

1841 Prerogative Court

Martin Connaughton, late of Cloncurry, County Kildare, Farmer: And to the Rev. William Treacy or his sucessor the sum of 10 l. sterling, to assist in finishing the chapel of Newtown.

 

Return of the Number of Persons Confined for Contempt of Court from March 1839

Thomas Tracey, Athy Kildare, committed 31 July 1841, by Commissioners of Excise, Breach of Revenue Laws, discharged 10 August 1841

 

April 9th, 1842

The following persons have been publicly declared to be duly elected to fill the office of Poor Law Guardians, for the different divisions of the Naas Union...Caragh - Michael Tracy - Halverstown...

July 23rd, 1842 Naas Union

The meeting of the Guardians was held on Wednesday last July 20th. Assistant-Commissioner Muggeridge attended. Present:- M.C.C. Roberts Esq., Ex-Officio Guardian, Messrs. William Dunne, Bryan Dunne, Terence Quinn, Michael Connor, Michael Lee, Michael McCann, James Murphy, Nicholas Kearney, Michael Treacy, John Nevin, Thomas Flanagan, William Ryan and James Dowling. William Dunne, Esq., Vice-chairman in the chair. The clerk read the minutes of the last meeting, which were confirmed by the Board...

February 3rd, 1844 Naas Union

...Mr. Treacy, who has been appointed by the Commissioners to make an adjustment of the accounts of the Union, was called in, and stated, that he would be able, by the aid of Mr. Betteridge, the clerk, who rendered him valuable assistance, to effect a satisfactory arrangement of all the accounts. Adjourned.

April 27th, 1844 Naas Union

...After the ordinary business had been transacted, the Board took into consideration the report of Mr. Treacy (the person who is employed in adjusting the accounts of the Union) of the deficiency in the Master’s accounts of Tea and Sugar, for the half year ending the 29th September 1843 and were unanimously of the decision that these deficiencies should be charged to the masters account...

 

23 September 1843 (N)

Wm Treacy, PP of Kilcock, diocese of Kildare

 

1843 Penalties under Excise Laws

Thomas Tracy, Mooretown County Kildare, farmer, making malt without licence or entry, tried verdict for crown, defended, £300 penalty sought, £200 penalty, imprisoned and since liberated, £79/4/1 cost of prosecution, had not been brought before any other tribunal for an offence against the Excise Laws.

 

Commissioners of National Education

Rev William Tracy, Clonunry, Tiermohan, Kildare

Rev W. Tracy, male & female schools, Kilcock, Kilcock, Klidare

 

Dublin to Mullingar Turnpike Commissioners/Trustees Minute Books

4/7/1844 Surveyor report Leixlip bridge

Board ordered that McKeown and Tracy’s proposals for making a gullet at the foot of Leixlip Hill be referred to others with power to decide and have the work executed. “Ordered the Tracy’s proposal for 18/- for repairing the gullet near the police barrack of Leixlip accepted.”

Journal of the Kildare Archaeological Society, XVIII, p239

 

September 14, 1843 and March 13, 1844 (FJ) To Be Let

...cottage new the new Barracks, Naas, on the Limerick road...Apply to Thomas Tracey/Tracy, Naas.

 

25 January 1845 (N) Loyal National Repeal Association

...Kilcock...renewed subscription of Rev. Wm. Tracey, P.P...

 

November 21, 1845 (FJ) Diocess of Kildare and Leighlin

...Rev M Tracey, PP, Kilcock...

 

6 December 1845 (N)

Kilcock and Cloncurry, County Kildare...Rev. William Tacy, C.R...

 

1846 Slaters Directory

Maynooth and Kilcock

Rev. William Tracey, parish priest, Roman Catholic Chapel, Kilcock

Rev. William Tracey, Boycetown

Naas

Richard Tracey, Leather Seller.

Thomas Tracey, Tailor

 

'Relief Commission Papers 1845-1847'

23/2/1847 Cloncuryy & Kilcock

The Duke of Leinster, county lieutenant, giving notification of the formation of a committee with John Aylmer as chairman and Rev William Tracey as secretary. NA RLFC3/2/13/

 

1847-1897

Correspondence of G.P.L. Mansfield with Mary Donohoe and David Bellany concerning Donohoe’s holding at Castlekeely and Gingerstown including draining and increased rent charge at Castlekeely, Gingerstown and the Red House Farm. Letters to Edmund Alexander Mansfield from John Keenan (nephew of Donohoe) and White & White, solicitors concerning Keenan’s appeal to the Land Court with related legal papers. Letters to Edmund Alexander Mansfield from Moore, Keily & Lloyd, solicitors, Charles Dunne, Robert J. Goff and Richard J. Tracy concerning the ejectment of Keenan with related legal papers. Grazing agreements by George Mansfield to Thomas Farrington and Peter Kelly; 119 items in 3 folders. [some items are torn and require conservation treatment]

See 1847 Agreement and lease and 1858 lease

MS 38,244/10-12 Mansfield Papers NLI

 

November 18th, 1848 Athy Poor Law Union

Patt Tracey’s wife, of Ballybed [Ballybeg, Co. Laois?], gave evidence in this case, as it was she received the money he being unable to attend. She said she received the first payment on lady-day in May; the first money she got was 2s 6d; this she got only once; the next time she got 3s, and 4s after that, until she was cut to 3s again; her husband received the money once himself, she got less than 3s only once; considers it was in July she was cut off; Mr. Large told her he would not give it to her anymore, unless her husband came, as he said he was able to work. Relieving Officer - Which was it I or Mr. Whelan gave you the 2s 6d.

Witness - It was you; you threw it on the road.

Mr. Whelan - That is quite true. There is no doubt but it was 2s 6d, and it was thrown upon the road.

Patrick Tracy is charged on the Union, according to the Relieving Officer’s published return, for twelve weeks, at 4s each.

 

1849 Commissioners of National Education

Rev. W. Treacy, Tiermohon School, Clonunry, Kildare.

 

May 2 1850 Naturisation - Essex Co. Court, Elizabethtown, New York

John Tracy, Clintonville New York, b. County Kildare, Ireland. Wit: Thomas Madden. Drawer 28, Page 600.

 

1850 (also 1851-1857) Inspectors General: twenty-eighth report on general state of prisons of Ireland

Kildare County Goal at Naas visited November 24 1849

James Tracy, schoolmaster, £20 salary (also does accounts)

1860 Inspectors General: thirty-eighth report on general state of prisons of Ireland

James Tracy, schoolmaster, resigned, Kildare Gaol

 

Ireland-Australia Transportation Database (1780-1868)

SURNAME: TRACY

OTHER NAMES: MICHAEL

AGE: 38

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Kildare        

TRIAL DATE: 09/04/1850

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Cattle Stealing

SENTENCE: Transportation 10 yrs

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 10, p 120

COMMENTS: Convict died at Spike Island Gaol Co. Cork, 26/09/1852

 

1850 Thoms Directory of Ireland

William Tracy, PP, Kilcock

Petty Sessions Courts

Naas, Monday; James Tracey. (see Cantrell Tracy of Naas)

 

April 17, 1851 (FJ) The Irish catholic University

...Naas...Richard Tracy 10s...

 

Griffiths Valuation Kildare 1851

Alphabetical

By Area

Catherine Tracey Nicholastown Tankardstown Kildare

 

Christopher Tracy Donaghcumper Donaghcumper Kildare

 

Daniel Tracey Main Street Naas Naas Kildare

Daniel Tracy Main Street Naas Naas Kildare

 

David Tracy Hughstown Killelan Kildare

 

Elizabeth Tracy Coghlanstown Coghlanstown Kildare

 

Ellen Tracey Hughstown Killelan Kildare

 

Francis Tracy Dunmurraghill Dunmurraghill Kildare

 

Henry Tracy Shruleen Lane Athy Churchtown Kildare

 

James Tracey Maudlings Naas Kildare

James Tracey Tw. Maynooth, Parsons St. Laraghbryan Kildare

James Tracy Main Street Naas Naas Kildare

James Tracy Newtown Donaghcumper Kildare

James Treacy Tully, West Tully Kildare

 

John Tracey Boston Oughterard Kildare

John Tracey Donaghcumper Donaghcumper Kildare

John Tracey Nicholastown Tankardstown Kildare

John Tracy Bishopscourt, Lower Oughterard Kildare

John Tracy Town of Celbridge Donaghcumper Kildare

John Treacy Mullaghroe Lower Lackagh Kildare

 

Joseph Tracey Main Street Celbridge Kildrought Kildare

 

Lawrence Tracy Kilwoghan Kildrought Kildare

 

Mary Tracey Jigginstown Naas Kildare

Mary Tracey Rosberry Morristownbiller Kildare

Mary Tracy Common Morristownbiller Kildare

Mary Tracy Main Street Naas Naas Kildare

 

Michael Tracey Jigginstown Naas Kildare

Michael Tracey Naas East Naas Kildare

Michael Tracey Naas West Naas Kildare

Michael Tracey Rosberry Morristownbiller Kildare

Michael Tracy Basin Street Naas Naas Kildare

Michael Tracy Halverstown Carragh Kildare

Michael Tracy Lewistown Ladytown Kildare

 

Patrick Tracy Carrick Carrick Kildare

 

Peter Tracy Halverstown Carragh Kildare

 

Richard Tracy Main Street Naas Naas Kildare

 

Stephen Treacy Tully, West Tully Kildare

 

Thomas Tracy Mooretown Kildare Kildare

Thomas Tracy Rahaspick Road Naas Kildare

Thomas Tracy Silliothill Moone Kildare

 

William (Rev.) Tracy Boycetown Kilcock Kildare

William Tracey Baltracey Balraheen Kildare

William Tracey Baltracey Balraheen Kildare

 

Michael Tracy Halverstown Carragh Kildare

Peter Tracy Halverstown Carragh Kildare

 

Patrick Tracy Carrick Carrick Kildare

 

Henry Tracy Shruleen Lane Athy Churchtown Kildare

 

Elizabeth Tracy Coghlanstown Coghlanstown Kildare

 

Christopher Tracy Donaghcumper Donaghcumper Kildare

James Tracy Newtown Donaghcumper Kildare

John Tracey Donaghcumper Donaghcumper Kildare

John Tracy Town of Celbridge Donaghcumper Kildare

 

Francis Tracy Dunmurraghill Dunmurraghill Kildare

 

William (Rev.) Tracy Boycetown Kilcock Kildare

 

Thomas Tracy Mooretown Kildare Kildare

 

Joseph Tracey Main Street Celbridge Kildrought Kildare

Lawrence Tracy Kilwoghan Kildrought Kildare

 

David Tracy Hughstown Killelan Kildare

Ellen Tracey Hughstown Killelan Kildare

 

John Treacy Mullaghroe Lower Lackagh Kildare

 

Michael Tracy Lewistown Ladytown Kildare

 

James Tracey Tw. Maynooth, Parsons St. Laraghbryan Kildare

 

Thomas Tracy Silliothill Moone Kildare

 

Mary Tracey Rosberry Morristownbiller Kildare

Mary Tracy Common Morristownbiller Kildare

Michael Tracey Rosberry Morristownbiller Kildare

 

Daniel Tracey Main Street Naas Naas Kildare

Daniel Tracy Main Street Naas Naas Kildare

James Tracey Maudlings Naas Kildare

James Tracy Main Street Naas Naas Kildare

Mary Tracey Jigginstown Naas Kildare

Mary Tracy Main Street Naas Naas Kildare

Michael Tracey Jigginstown Naas Kildare

Michael Tracey Naas East Naas Kildare

Michael Tracey Naas West Naas Kildare

Michael Tracy Basin Street Naas Naas Kildare

Richard Tracy Main Street Naas Naas Kildare

Thomas Tracy Rahaspick Road Naas Kildare

 

John Tracey Boston Oughterard Kildare

John Tracy Bishopscourt, Lower Oughterard Kildare

 

Catherine Tracey Nicholastown Tankardstown Kildare

John Tracey Nicholastown Tankardstown Kildare

 

James Treacy Tully, West Tully Kildare

Stephen Treacy Tully, West Tully Kildare

 

 

1851 UK Census

M A Tracey, sister, 20 years, female, b. Athy Kildare, York Yorkshire (East riding)

 

20 March 1852 (N) Electors of Kildare

...support Mr. Cogan...Wm. Treacy, PP...

 

July 17, 1852 (FJ) Incumbered Estates

Kildare...Lot 5 Lands and premises of Boycetown...containing 13a0r17p statute measure; yearly rent £24.18.5; Griffiths valuation £25...The Rev. William Tracey was the purchaser at £490.

 

Naas October 4, 1852 – Fairs and Markets Commission

Daniel Tracy examined

…I am the weighmaster of the potato market in Naas…old Coproration…became extinct in 1841…I held the office of weighmaster under the old Corporation…

Mr. Richard Trac(e)y examined

…I am weighmaster of the butter market in the town…old Corporation…

The Sessional Paper, Minutes of Evidence

http://books.google.ie/books?id=NhRcAAAAQAAJ&pg=RA1-PA17&dq=Tracy+naas&lr=&client=firefox-a#v=onepage&q=Tracy%20naas&f=false

 

1851 Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command, Volume 43, Part 1

Ann Tracy, Ardclough, Kildare. Third Class, First Division (£14)

Margaret Tracy, Kill, Kildare. Third Class, First Division (£14)

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

Ann Tracy, third class, Ardclough, Kildare

Margaret Tracy, third class, Kill, Kildare

 

1852-53 [1688] [1689] The nineteenth report of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland. (For the year 1852.)

Rev. W. Treacy, Newtown, Clonunry, Kildare

Rev. W. Treacy, Tiermohan, Clonunry, Kildare

 

February 23, 1854 (FJ) To be sold

...two houses in the town of Naas...to Thomas H. Tracy, Solicitor, No.108 Lower Gardiner street. (see Thomas Henry Tracey)

 

6 June 1854

Paulina Mansfield (nee Lattin) and G.P.L. Mansfield to Michael Tracy of part of Naas West and Naas East, county Kildare, for 31 years. Includes sketch map of the demised property; 2 items

MS 38,182/10 Mansfield Papers NLI

 

1854, 1883-1894

Correspondence of G.P.L. Mansfield, Eliza Wynne, Charles Dunne, agent, R.H. Tracy and others concerning the lease of the Royal Hotel Naas. Includes proposals for a lease of the hotel by John Wynne and Ulster Bank and the proposed sale by Eliza Wynne of her interest in the premises; 33 items

MS 38,245/3 Mansfield Papers NLI

 

MISSING ADVERTISMENTS NORTH AMERICA

Name of Missing

Home county

Arrival

AD Date

SEEKER

Thomas Tracy

Two Mile House, Kildare

New York City 1851

8/7/1854

Ml Morris (brother-in-law)

Lancasterco, Safe Harbourpo, PA

1854 Boston Pilot

$10 REWARD! Any person giving information of THOMAS TRACY, of parish Two-mile-house, co Kildare, who landed in N. York about 3 yrs ago and has not been heard of since, dead or living, will be paid the above reward by his brother-in-law Ml Morris Safe Harbor Post Office, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania.

1868 Boston Pilot

Of John and Michael Tracy, sons of Christopher Tracy, of Castletown, Selbridge, [Celbridge] county Kildare, Ireland. John has been about 44 years in the United States, and I heard that he was a factory master in Lower Stockbridge, Monroe county, Massachusetts, and I heard at one time that he was in the State of Ohio. Michael has been in the United States about 30 years. I have received no letters from them since they left Ireland. Any information of them, dead or alive, will be thankfully received by their sister, Ann Tracy, London, Ontario, Post-office.

 

1854 Thom's Trade Directories

James Tracy, Clerk, Petty Sessions Court, Naas (Monday)

William Treacy, Master, PLU Athy

 

1850-1967 Who Lived Where In Leixlip

12 Leixlip

Rev Jas J Hunt (in trust) (1891)/Jas Law (1891) land [c7 acres (1891)] £17 5s land (1891)

> Michael Tracy (1892-99) > Rev Jas J Hunt (1892-1928) land

70 Leixlip (Alms House- now 8, The Mall £5)

Rev Stewart’s Lodgers (‘50-60)/Rev THC Finney (1850) Alms-house, yard and garden £6 10s house

> [Mary Spring, Ml Fagan, Edward Tracey, Eliza Doyle] as lessor

35 Main St, Leixlip

Jas Bolger (1850)/Phelim Nugent (1850) house and yard £3 15s

> Patrick Tracy (1855) ?

13 Ralph Square

Reps Wm Goodshaw Esq (1850)/Wm Doyle (1858-78) house £1 10s

> Patrick Treacy (1858)

> Anne Treacy (1860)

 

June 28, 1856 (FJ) Kildare

In the matter of the estate of Elizabeth Frances Williams otherwise Seymour...lands of Kilcock and Boycestown...Lot 2 - Town parks adjoining the railway, south side, 18a3r31p; government valuation £29.10.0; profit rent £31.8.0. Bought by Mr Tracy for £550.

 

1856 Return of Names of Petty Sessions Districts

James Tracy, Clerk Naas Kildare, fees 1852-1854

 

Cultivator, Liverpool to New York 12 Sep 1857

George Tracey, 34, M, plummer, Kildare

Francis Tracey, 16, M, painter, Kildare

 

December 17, 1857 (FJ) The Tax of Country Carts

Ardclough, December 14, 1857...Sir...my son was coming out of Dublin...having my name properly on my cart...John Treacy [letter]

 

Students of Maynooth

Patrick Tracy, Kildare – matriculated 27/8/1858

Royal College of Maynooth

Patrick Treacy, age 19, entered 27 August 1858, studying Rhetoric

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

Abraham Tracey 30 Dec 1910 Balkinstown Nurney Kildare, farmer, to John Tracey, labourer

Anne Treacy 15 Mar 1870 Newbridge Kildare, to Margaret Treacy, spinster, husband John Treacy

Anne Treacy 8 Jul 1912 Coolnafecra Monastervan Kildare, to husband Peter Treacy

Catherine Treacy 8 Sep 1908 Riverstown Monasterevan Kildare, widow, to James Treacy, farmer

Christopher Tracy 11 Sep 1886 Claregate Street Kildare Kildare, cattle dealer, to brother John Tracy, Moorstown, farmer

Christopher Tracy 4 Jan 1881 Donacomper Celbridge Kildare, farmer, by Laurence M’Court of 60 Bolton street Dublin, merchant

Elizabeth Treacy 2 Jan 1904 Plunketstown Castledermot Kildare, widow, to Samuel Treacy, Constable RIC

James H Tracy 29 Sep 1903Beaufort Naas Kildare, auctioneer and Petty sessions clerk, to Katherine M. Tracy widow

James Tracy 20 Mar 1861 Naas Kildare, petty sessions clerk, to son Richard Tracy, petty sessions clerk

John Tracey 22 Jun 1920 Hodgestown Donadee Kildare, farmer, to William Tracey, farmer

John Treacy 2 Jun 1886 Newbridge Kildare, shopkeeper, to daughter Margaret Treacy, spinster

Mary Treacy 14 Jan 1915 Halverstown Naas Kildare, widow, to Thomas Whelan and Edward S. Dowling, merchants

Michael Tracy 12 Nov 1906 Halverstown Kildare, farmer, to Mary Tracy widow and William Staples merchant

Michael Treacy 20 Aug 1905 Roosk Celbridge Kildare, farmer, to Peter Treacy and Patrick Treacy (senior), farmers

Michael Treacy 28 May 1920 Halverstown Naas Kildare, farmer, by Thomas Whelan & Edward S. Dowling, merchants

Michael Treacy 30 Nov 1902 Riverstown Monasterevan Kildare, farmer, to Catherine Treacy widow

Richard Holden Tracy 31 Dec 1896 Roseville Naas Kildare, Petty Sessions Clerk and farmer, to Margaret Tracy widow

Richard Treacy 19 Sep 1883 Naas Kildare, baker, by John Treacy of Newbridge, shopkeeper, and Reverend Thomas Morrin PP Naas

Rose Treacy 7 Jan 1882 Naas Kildare, to Reverend Thomas Morrin of Naas PP, acting for husband Richard Treacy

Thomas Tracey 17 Sep 1866 Halverstown Kildare, famer, widower, to father Peter Treacy, farmer and only next of kin

Thomas Tracey 19 Jun 1905 Mylerstown Robertstown Kildare, farmer, to Esther Tracey, spinster

William Treacy 25 May 1862 Kilcock Kildare, Parish Priest, died at Hortland, by Felix Treacy of Balyna Enfield, Parish Priest

William Treacy 6 Jan 1900 Plunketstown Castledermot Kildare, farmer, to son Leeson Treacy, farmer

 

Patrick M'Lean 4 Nov 1875 Rathsalla Wicklow, land steward, to  Richard Tracy of Naas Kildare, clerk of Petty Sessions

John Kenna 26 Aug 1910 Ballagh Monasteravan Kildare, farmer, to Anne Treacy wife of Peter Treacy

Patrick Farrell 30 Jul 1900 Kill Straffen Kildare, publican, to Bridget Treacey, married woman

Thomas Connolly 7 Oct 1911 Farranadum Kildare, farmer, to John Tracey farmer

Patrick Carroll 21 May 1861 Sallins Kildare, farmer, to Richard Treacy of Naas, shopkeeper

Sarah Whelan 29 Dec 1902 Nicholstown Kildare, widow, to John Treacy, farmer

Ellen Farrell 5 Feb 1864 Meylerstown Kildare, spinster, to Anastatia Tracy (wife of Thomas Tracy, farmer) of Meylerstown (near Robertstown) & Daniel Farrell the father & only next of kin

 

February 1859 to 1887 London Gazette

Inland Revenue - Copy of Bankers Returns - Persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists

Felix Treacy, Rev., Balyna, Enfield, County Kildare (P.P.)

Felix Treacy, Rev., Moyvalley, Enfield, county Kildare (P.P.) (1878 on)

 

July 9, 1860 (FJ) Papal Tribute

Parish of Kill and Lyons, County Kildare...Mr. John Treacy 5s...Mrs. Treacy 2s6d...

 

July 13, 1860 (FJ) Collection for the Pope at Carragh Chapel

...Michael Tracy £1...Peter Tracy 5s...

 

October 13, 1860 (FJ) Cricket

Celbridge v. Nass...Celbridge...Tracy...Naas...J. Tracy, R. Tracy

 

1860- British War Office (WO97) – Chelsea Hospital

John Treacy, b. 1860 Atby, Kildare

James Treacy, b. 1869 Kildare, Kildare

Patrick Tracey, b. 1834, Kildare, Kildare 

Patrick Tracey, b. 1840, Athy, Kildare 

Patrick Tracey, b. 1874 Kilcock, Kildare

Patrick Tracey, b. 1880 Kilcock, Kildare

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

Nicholas Tracey, b. 1856, Maynooth, Kildare

Patrick Treacy, b. 1887, Kildare, Kildare

Thomas Tracy, b. 1864, Maynooth, Kildare

Thomas Tracy, b. 1864, Maynooth, Kildare

Hubert W Tracy, b. 1880 Naas, Kildare WO128 Yeomanry  

 

4 January 1890 (N) Death of the Rev Father Geoghegan, PP, Kilcock

...returned as pastor on the death of Father Treacy, which took place on the 25th May, 1862...

 

24 June 1862 Irish Times

In the matter of Randal McDonnell, Valentine Cullen and Rev William Treacy (Kildare?) Trustees and Executors of Margaret Kearney Deceased. (Dublin)

 

1862 - 1864 National education (Ireland)

G. Tracy, M. Tracy & M. Tracy, E.C. teachers, Timahoe, Timahoe, Kildare

 

July 1863 Cricket

Rose Eleven [Kildare?]...Joseph Tracy...

 

December 1863 Police Intelligence

...part of a larger sum stolen from Thomas Tracy, at the fair of Naas...

18 December 1863 (FJ)

...having stolen the sum of £80 from a man named T. Tracey at the fair at Naas...

 

1863-4 & 1874 Kildare - School under management of clerical RC denomination

Broadford male, Rev. F,. Treacy, 1 teacher, fees £7/7/0, salary 24/0/0, books 13/0, total 32/0/0

Ballyna male, Rev. F,. Treacy, 1 teacher, fees £18/19/6, salary 52/0/0, books 26/10, other £13/0/0, total 85/6/4

Clogherinkoe male, Rev. F,. Treacy, 1 teacher, fees £6/3/6, salary 24/0/0, books 6/0, total 30/9/6

 

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

Tracey, Joseph, Celbridge, Dublin/Kildare/Meath. 7 509

Tracey, Margaret, Edenderry, Kildare/Meath/Offaly. 8 593

Tracey, (female), Athy, Kildare/Laois. 13 436

Tracy, Anne, Athy, Kildare/Laois. 13 416

Tracy, Esther, Naas, Kildare/Wicklow. 7 919

Tracy, Mary, Naas, Kildare/Wicklow. 7 948

Tracy, Mary, Naas, Kildare/Wicklow. 7 938

Treacy, Alicia, Athy, Kildare/Laois. 13 432

Treacy, William, Athy, Kildare/Laois. 8 459

 

1864 The Metropolitan Catholic Almanac and Laity's Directory

Treacy, Felix, Kildare and Leighlin, Ballina, Enfield

Treacy, Wm., Kildare and Leighlin, Kilcock

 

1865 Catholic Directory, Almanac and Registry of Ireland, England and Scotland

Felix Treacy, Balyna, Enfield, Kildare & Leighlin

John Tracey, Carrickbeg, Carrick-on-Suir, Waterf. & Lism.

John Tracy, Cappoquin, Waterf. & Lism.

Michael Tracy, Derry, Derry

Pat. Tracy, Kilrosanty and Fews, Kilmacthomas, Waterf. & Lism.

Thos. Tracey, Kill and Newtown, Kilmacthomas, Waterf. & Lism.

Wm. Treacy, Kilcock, Kildare & Leighlin

 

1865 Naas Town Commissioners (see Cantrell Tracy of Naas)

A meeting of the ratepayers of Naas took place at the Town Hall this (Monday) morning at nine o’clock to elect three commissions in room of those who retire by rotation, viz, Dr. Hayes, Richard Treacy and James Farrell…it was moved by Mr Richard Treacy and seconded by Mr E Molloy, that Messrs Treacy and Sergant should be elected…(and were) duly elected.

Irish Times 17 October 1865

 

13 April 1866 (FJ) Unlawful Persuit of Game

...Clane Petty Sessions...Thomas Tracy and Laurence Wallace were charged...snares at Rathcoffey...nominal fine...1s and 10s. costs each.

April 1866 Unlaw persuit of game

Thomas Tracy and Laurence Wallace...hares at Rathcoffey...first offence

 

29 September 1866 Audit of Union

Athy 17th January 1867 £54/2s/1d paid. Price of farm produce in hands of Wm. Treacy, late Workhouse Master. Surcharged to him.

 

11 June 1867 (FJ) Death

June 7, at the residence of his sister, Kildare, Mr. Edward Tracy, aged 60 years, for many years butcher in Clarendon Market. His remains were removed to their late resting place in the White Abbey, Kildare, on Sunday, the 10th. Requiescat in pace.

 

8 April 1864 (FJ) Association for the Propagation of the Faith

Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin...Mr. Henry Tracy, Ballylean £0/18/2...

10 August 1865 (FJ) Association for the Propagation of the Faith

...Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin...Collected by Mr H Tracy, Ballylean 14s...

6 July 1867 (FJ) Association for the Propagation of the Faith

Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin...per Mr Henry Treacy, Ballylean 13s1d...

9 July 1868 (FJ) Association for the Propagation of the Faith

Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin...per Mr Henry Tracy Ballylean £1...

7 October 1871 (FJ) Association for the Propagation of the Faith

...Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin...per Mr. John Tracy, Ballylean 9s3d...

9 November 1872 (FJ) Association for the Propagation of the Faith

Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin...per Mr. John Tracy, Ballylean £0/11/2...

 

30 July 1867 (FJ) Death of the Very Rev. Dr. Dunne, P.P., Kildare

...Rev T Treacy, P.P., Ballina...

 

16 December 1867 (FJ) In aid of Pope

Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin...Rev F Tracy PP £5...

Parish of Clane...Joseph Tracey 5s...

 

1867 Landed Estates Court – March 1

County of Kildare

Estate of Benjamin Plowman, owner and petitioner.-

A net yearly fee-farm rent of £1117s. 10d, (payable out of the lands of Mullawn, in the barony of South Naas, containing 20a 2r; Ordance valuation £23 5s. Sold to Mr. Tracy for £195, in trust.

The Irish law times and solicitors' journal, Volume 1

 

October 1868 County Kildare Bible Society (see Cantrell Tracy of Naas)

...present...J.S. Cantrell, the Misses Tracy, Esq[?]...

 

28 July 1869 (FJ) Alledged Frauds [Kildare]

Healy...represented himself as an exise officer...in various parts of kildare...John Tracy, of Oughterard, deposed that the prisoner had taken his permits and demanded 7s6d, which he got...

 

18 December 1869 (N) Great Meeting on the Curragh

...The Rev. Felix Treacy, P.P., Ballyna...

 

1869 A priest on priestly tyranny

A tenant-right meeting was held on Monday, at the Curragh Strand House. The High Sheriff of Kildare presided, and there was between 6,000 and 7,000 persons present. Resolutions were passed calling for a just and immediate settlement of the land laws. The Rev. Felix Treacy, parish priest, Ballina, in proposing a resolution, said he hoped they would be freed from tyrant landlords, tyrant tenants and tyrant priests. There were such things as unwarranted alter denunciations. He had lately heard of one such case in which not only the statute law of the diocese but the common principals of justice and honesty and every feeling of Christian charity and private friendship, was outraged.

Guardian 15/12/1869 p.5

 

29 July 1870 The Curragh of Kildare Bill

Thomas Treacey, Mooretown, Common of pasture, Tenant at will 11a, withdrawn

1870 33 & 34 Victoria

373 Thomas Treacey - Mooretown [Kildare, Kildare] - Common of pasture - - Tenant at will, 11a. - - Withdrawn.

 

September/October 1870 Ambulance Committee in aid of the French Army

...Ballymore Eustace, County Kildare...James Tracy...

...Castlejordan and Ballyboggan [Kildare]...H Tracy...

8 October 1870 (FJ) French Ambulanes

...per Mr. Henry Tracy, Ballylir[?] [Kildare?]

12 October 1870 (FJ) French Ambulanes

...Ballymore Eustace, County Kildare...James Tracy...

 

29 November 1871 (FJ) The education Question

...T Tracy, do [Athy]...

...Wm. Tracy, do [Athy]...

 

5 July 1872 (FJ) The Galway Vindication Fund

Parishes of Ballymore and Kildare...Wm Tracy 10s...

 

24 July 1872 (FJ)

Per Rev F Treacy, PP, Balyna, Co. Kildare...

 

3 August 1872 (FJ) Malicious Assault

John Tracy was sentenced to be imprisoned for six months, with hard labour, for having committed an assault upon Patrick Owens at Maynooth.

 

13 December 1872 (FJ) The New Convent at Celbridge

...2s6d...Joseph Tracey.

 

Tracy - on the 9th February 1873, at C???bridge[Celbridge?], wife of William Tracy, Esq, of a son.

 

24 September 1874 (FJ) Serious Injury from Firearms

Some days since two boys, named Peter Tracy and Thomas Culbert of the Pass, went out to get a shot at rabbits with a pistol which the former said he had found among old iron at his employers house. They had but one cap, which having been pressed on the pillar, fell off, but it was presumed left the explosive material behind, and Treacy, thinking it was then harmless, presented the pistol at his companion, making some remark as to shooting at him, when the charge, consisting of some heavy shot, exploded and lodged in Culbert's side, penetrating the right lung. Treacy was at once arrested, and a magisterial investigation has since taken place, when he was remanded to Naas jail pending the condition of the wounded boy. Dr. Darby, of this town, was promptly in attendance, and, notwithstanding the extremely dangerous nature of the wound, Culbert is rapidly recovering under his skilful treatment.

September 1874

...two boys named Treacy and Calbert, near Monasterevan...accidental shooting...Treacy arrested...

October 1874 Criminal cases

...Peter Tracy, shooting at and wounding Thomas Culbert, at Coolnafera, near Monasterevan...

 

12 May 1875 (FJ) Queen's Bench

Tracy v. Lawlor. This was an action to recover damages for the alleged seduction of the plaintiff's niece, Mary Tracy, by the defendant, Peter Lawlor...The seduction was alleged to have taken place at Halverstown, in the county of Kildare...The defendant produced a number of witnesses from Smithfield Cattle market...to prove that on the day he was selling sheep...

May 1875 Tracy v. Lawler

The action was to recover damages laid at £1000 for the alleged seduction of the plaintiff's niece by the defendant. The parties are respectable farmers resided at Halbertstown, near Naas, Co. Kildare...details not suitable for publication...jury undecided...

 

4 June 1875 (FJ) Athy Union

...three canidates for the office of master...Morris Tracy...

 

1875 (451) National Education (Ireland)

Rev. F. Treacy, Broadford, Kildare

Rev. F. Treacy, Ballyna, Kildare

Rev. F. Treacy, Clogherrinkoe, Kildare

 

Dec 21 1876 Municipal Boundries Commission

Naas...Town Commissioners...Richard Treacy

Town Commissioners: Richard Treacey, Baker and Landholder, £67/8/0

1877 Local government and taxation of towns

Naas rate 1876 1s in the pound

Town Commissioners...Richard H. Tracy, Petty Sessions Clerk and Land agent £38/0/0

Richard Treacey, Baker and Landholder, £67/8/0

1877 Local government and taxation of towns

March 19 1877, Mr. Tracy (Chairman of the Town Commissioners) Naas Kildare

 

February 1878 to 1887 London Gazette

Inland Revenue - Copy of Bankers Returns - Persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists

Michael Tracy, Halverstown, Naas (Farmer) [Kildare]

February 1880 London Gazette

Inland Revenue - Copy of Bankers Returns - Persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists

Michael Treacy, Rooske, Maynooth (Farmer) [Kildare]

 

8 March 1879 Freeman's Journal

... John Treacy, of Ballitore, Co. Kildare, has been promoted to the rank of Acting-constable.

Feb 26, 1881 (KO) The Constabulary

...Constable Treacy from Ballinadrimna to Athy...

4 Nov 1882 (KO) Athy Petty Sessions

Constable John Tracy...

 

March 1879 Sale of Lands

On Wednesday, 19th inst, the interest in the promised lease for 21 years from 1878 of Rooske[?] Farm of 83 Irish acres, situated at Maynooth at £180 per annum, sold to Michael Tracey for £420...

 

5 July 1879 Freeman's Journal

... Apply to J Treacy, Backwveston, Leixlip, county Kildare.

 

April 1880 Athy Union

Meeting...James Treacy...

 

Oct 23, 1880 (KO) Clane Woolen Mills

...Mr William Tracey, agent in Naas.

 

Dec 18, 1880 (KO) Athy Union

...guardians...Michael Treacy...

 

Jan 29, 1881 (KO) Naas Poor Relief Committee

...Mr Richard Treacy, TC, £1...Mr RH Tracy, TC, £1...Miss AM Tracy 5s...

 

Feb 19, 1881 (KO) The Duke of Leinster and his Kildare Tenantry

...meeting Carmelite Academy, Kildare...present...John Treacy...

 

12 Mar 1881 (KO) Naas Petty Sessions

Mr. William Tracy, tailor, of Naas...I gave him notice to quit out of one of my houses that requires repair, but he holds possession, owing rent.

 

Mar 19, 1881 (KO) Naas Petty Sessions

...Tracey's yard on the Sallin's Road. There were a lot of pigs in it...

 

Apr 23, 1881 (KO) Athy Land League

...present...William Treacy...

Jun 18, 1881 (KO) The Rent Question

...the tenants of Mr. A.S. Vesey on the Nicholastown and Bray estate held a meeting at the Nag's Head Hotel, Athy...present...William Treacy...Mr William Treacy could not concur...he lived on his farm and he should like to say he was badly treated...He held ground at 19s per acre but when the lease fell out five years ago...Mr. Vesey...an additional 11s an acre...Three years ago some ground of his was also raised from £34 to £50 a year...Mr Treacy said he knew the present landlord's father to be a very good landlord...

 

May 14, 1881 (KO) Rent Collection in Athy

...the tenants on the Bray and Nicholastown estate of Mr Vesey...May rent...years rent is now due...Mr. Michael Treacy...appointed as deputation...

 

Sep 10, 1881 (KO) Meeting at Thomastown

...Thomastown between Kildare and Rathangan...meeting...C. Tracey...

 

Nov 19, 1881 (KO) Athy Petty Sessions

Alleged stabbing...a respectable-looking man named Joseph Treacy...

Jan 7 1882 (KO) Naas Division

Wounding...Joseph Tracey was indicted...was a law clerk in Athy, where the assault took place...Whelans public house in William Street...not guilty.

 

28 November 1881 Freeman's Journal

The Political Prisoners' Sustentation Fund...Christopher Tracey, Kildare, £1...

 

Dec 10, 1881 (KO) Naas Board of Guardians

...contracts...Miss A.M. Tracey - 72 inch twilled calico at 1s6d per yard; rugs, red and black at 5s11d each.

 

Dec 17, 1881 (KO) Seizures at Naas

...a solitary copy of the United Ireland was seized at Mrs. O'Neills news agency...The police also visited Miss Tracey's but no copies were to be had....

 

Dec 24, 1881 (KO) Letter

"Athy, 12th December...Board of Guardians...Athy Dispensary...clothes...not disinfected...Joseph Treacy"...

 

Glasnevin Cemetery Dublin

Christopher Treacy, of Kildare, died 1881 70 years

Margaret Tracy, of Kildare, died 1891 92 years

 

 

1881 Slaters Directory

E. M. Tracy, Linen and Woollen Drapers, Naas, Naas

E. M. Tracy, Milliner and Dressmaker, Naas, Naas

John Tracy, Baker, Newbridge, Naas

Mary Tracy, Shopkeeper, Naas, Naas

Richard Tracy, Baker, Naas, Naas

Richard Tracy, Leather Seller, Naas, Naas

Richard Tracy, Petty Session Clerk, Naas Court House, Naas

William Tracy, Tailor, Naas, Naas

 

John Tracy, Farmer and Grazier, Rooske, Straffan, Celbridge

Michael Tracey, Grocer and Spirit Dealer, Lucan, Celbridge

Michael Tracey, Hotelier, Vesey Arms, Lucan, Celbridge

 

 

 

1881 British Census

Annie Tracy, 26 years, born Kildare, single, Nurse domestic, servant, Tyrol House Hanley Castle, Worcester

Thomas Treacy, 52 years, born Trichinopoly (BS) East Indies, married, merchants clerk, 15 Rosamuns St Kingston-upon-Hull York

Hannah M, 36 years, born Cork, wife

Mark J, 17 years, born Killarney, son

Emma, 16 years, born Taunton Somerset, daughter

Louisa M, 14 years, born Curragh Camp, daughter

Alice M, 10 years, born Hull York, daughter

Thomas F, 8 years, born Hull York, son

Albert H, 6 years, born Hull York, son

Alfred E, 3 years, born Hull York, son

 

Feb 11, 1882 (KO) Castlecomer Union

Notices of Eviction...[Connahy, Kilkenny]...William Tracey, do; James Tracey, jun., do; Sarah Tracey, do;...James Tracey, do;...

 

2 Sep 1882 (KO) The Broken Stones

The tender of Mr. Tracy, road contractor, was accepted for the broken stones at 1s4d, and the gravel at 8d.

 

Sep 23, 1882 (KO) Assaulting the Police

A young man named Thomas Tracey...Maynooth...Mr.Peter Briody, publican...Since last March he had assaulted the police three times...

 

Sep 30, 1882 (KO) Naas Petty Sessions

Mr. Richard Treacy, TC, summoned Mr. patrick Byrne, Nass for allowing eight head of cattle and ten sheep to trespass on his land...Mr Treacy's field closed to the town of Naas...gripe to make land...three years ago...

 

Oct 14, 1882 (KO)

Rose Christian...Ballyregan...Kilcock...will dated 9th October 1853...witness...It was the writing of Father Tracey, who died in 1862.

 

Nov 25, 1882 (KO) Athy Union

...guardians... M. Tracy...

 

Jan 6, 1883 (KO) Kildare Water Supply

...ratepayers...John Tracy, Mooretown...

 

Feb 3, 1883 (KO) Naas Gas Company

...Mr Richard Treacy was elected to the directorate...

 

Feb 24, 1883 (KO) The sanitary state of Naas

...a large portion of the town of Naas, including Popular square, Friary road, John's lane, Millbrook and the Sallins road had again been flooded...the basement story of Mr R Treacy's house had been flooded to such an extent as to require the pumping out of the water continuously day and night...main drain blocked...

 

Mar 3, 1883 (KO) Malicious Injuries

...The farm at Nicholastown upon which the house was burned was the property of Mr. Vesey. It was previously occupied by a man named Kavanagh, who in 1885 was evicted for nonpayment of rent...Powell who was game-keeper and rent-warner took it...Mr. Treacey had erected a hut on the edge of the farm for the evicted tenant. Mr Treacey had told [Mr. Powell] not to take the farm...

 

Apr 14, 1883 (KO) Naas Petty Sessions

Deegan V. Tracey...adjourned

Apr 21, 1883 (KO) Naas Petty Sessions

A road contractor...applied for an order against Michael Tracy to enter defendants pit at Halverstown...

 

May 26, 1883 Naas Petty Sessions

John Tracey, road contractor, summoned Michael Paterson for refusing to allow him to enter a gravel pit on the defendants land...contract on Kilcullen Road...590 perches from three raods at Naas to Killashee...gave the order...

 

May 26, 1883 (KO) Naas Bazaar

...Mrs Craig, Naas and the Misses Treacy, Naas, assisted by the Misses Treacy, Newbridge...

 

Oct 13, 1883 (KO)

...Mr Tracy of Maudlins...sheep...

 

Aug 4, 1883 (KO) The Parnell National Tribute

...Newbridge...10s...John Treacy...

 

 

Nov 10, 1883 (KO) Athy Union

...guardians...Michael Tracy...

 

October 1883 Athy Board of Guardians

Eviction by Miss Ryder of Riverstown near Monasterevan...Mr Treacy, guardian of the division...

 

Mar 1, 1884 (KO) Naas Petty Sessions

A man of middle age, named James Tracy, was put forward in custody, charged by Sergeant Tracy, of Thomastown [Carragh Kildare], with having on the 17th ult, stolen a greyhound, the property of Mr Hoyslead of Waterstown....

 

Apr 5, 1884 (KO) Town Hall, Kildare

...improving the fairs...elected to the committee...C. Tracey, J. Tracey...

 

May 3, 1884 (KO) Newbridge Petty Sessions

...refused to leave licensed premises...24th April he was passing down the town of Newbridge when Mr. John Treacy called on him to remove the prisoner from his house...

 

Jan 24, 1885 (KO) Improving Basin Lane

William Staples and Thomas M'Cann proposed to make 34 lineal perches (Irish) of dagged footpath in Basin Street, Naas between Mr. Treacy's corner and New Row £165...

 

Jan 24, 1885 (KO) County Kildare Presentment Sessions

Patrick Rourke and John Tracey proposed to repair for 3 years, 780 perches of the road from Straffen to Kill, by Baronrath 9d per perch...

Patrick Dunne and John Treacy proposed to repair for three years, 774 perches of the road from Prosperous to Kill, between Millicent bridge and Killeenmore bridge, 10d per perch...

James Slattery and John Tracy proposed to repair for three years, 864 perches of the roads, street and lanes in the town of Naas, viz., Main street, The Green, Dublin road, Sallins road (to Mill lane), New road, Rathasker road, Abbey, ey, Basin, ladder, Back, Corban's, Church, Chapel, St. John's, Market and Loughbwee lanes (gravelled footpaths and pavements included), 4s per perch. Mailcar on 154 perches.

 

Feb 21, 1885 (KO)

...Mr R and Miss Treacy, Naas; Miss and Miss MT Treacy, Newbridge...

 

Jul 18 & 25, 1885 (KO) Coronership of North Kildare [for Dr. Coady RC candidate?]

...Subscribers...Mr. R. Treacy, T.C. Naas £10.0.0 ... Mr. Wm. Tracey, Halverstown £1.0.0 ... Mr. John Treacey, Newbridge £5.0.0 ...

 

1 September 1885 Freeman's Journal

...Patrick Tracey, Tully Co Kildare.

 

Oct 31, 1885 (KO) Christian Brothers School

...Mr Richard Treacy £3...2s6d....Mr Patk Treacy...2s...Mr Tracy...1s...Mr Tracy...

 

Nov 7, 1885 (KO) Kildare Hounds

...Miss Treacy, Miss K Treacy...

 

Feb 20, 1886 (KO) Celbridge Petty Sessions

...Thomas Tracy, Jack Tracey...at Maynooth...Midland Great Western Railway Company...two pieces of timber...

 

Jan 2, 1886 (KO) Naas Subscriptions

...Mr. Richard Treacy, Main Street £10...

 

Jan 16, 1886 (KO) Testimonial to the Rev W Maher CC

...Mr R Treacy, TC, Naas £5...

 

Feb 27, 1886 (KO) County Kildare Assizes

...John Treacy, Thomas Treacy...at Maynooth...

Mar 13, 1886 (KO)

...Mr Carr, painting contractor, Maynooth, deposed that John Treacy...in his employment on different occasions and he always found them stickly honest...not guilty.

 

Mar 6, 1886 (KO) Town Magistrate

...moved that Mr R Treacy's name be sent to the Lord Chancellor for his approval, with the view of having him appointed borough magistrate...a more suitable person could not be selected to fill the position, because he had the advbantage of posessing intelligence, earnestness and posyition, and would be fully competant to undertake the duties in connection with the office...

Jun 5, 1886 (KO) The Chairmanship

Mr Fegan said he felt great pleasure in proposing that Mr Treacy their newly appointed magistrate be elected chairman of the Board...

Jun 12, 1886 (KO) Naas Bourough Court

Mr. Richard Treacy, the newly elected borough magistrate, held his first court on Monday...

 

Mar 27, 1886 (KO) Kildare Petty Sessions

...poor rate collector summoned Joseph Treacy to recover 7s8d poor rate due out of a holding in the possession of the defendant...the holding was in possession of his mother...warrent book [states] Representatives of Stephen Treacy...£615 valuation...rate books...

 

6 April 1886 Freeman's Journal

... ilac John Treacy, and daughter of the late Thomass bert, witrhcrly of razeihatchi, county Kildare.

 

3 June 1886 Freeman's Journal

... Mr John Treacy, aged 59 years. RIP, ' Qce at 8t Contllh's Church to-morrow (Friday) norniing at 11 o'clock. Interment at Caragh immediately afterwards. - - - ...

Jun 5, 1886 (KO) Death

We regret to announce the death of Mr. John Treacy, which occurred at his residence, Newbridge, on Wednesday. For many years past Mr Treacy was connected with Newbridge, where he made many friends. The number of persons who attended at Caragh on yesterday (Friday) to pay a last tribute of respect, testified to the esteem in which he was held.

16 July 1886 Freeman's Journal

... John Treacy, late of Newbridge, in the Ucounity of Kildare, sbopkeeper, deceased, who died 2nd June, All persons ...any claims. ...

Jul 17, 1886 (KO)

In the goods of John Treacy, late of Newbridge, shopkeeper, who died 2nd June 1886...to Margaret treact of Newbridge...granted 28th June 1886...Probate and Matrimonial Division...

Jul 24, 1886 (KO)

Mr John Quin of Naas has purchased from the representatives of the late Mr John Treacy, the interest in the well-known licensed premises and bakery situated in the Main street of Newbridge...

Oct 9, 1886 (KO) Naas Town Commissioners

...Mr R. Treacy, JP, presiding...

 

Aug 14, 1886 (KO) Athy National League

...present...M. Treacy...

 

Sep 11, 1886 (KO) Athy National League

...present...M. Tracy, J. Tracey...The Question of Machinery...Mr Martin Treacy, labourer, and four other members of the labouring class to who he beckoned left the room on hearing the letter read...

 

Oct 16, 1886 (KO)

Mr Brown appeared on behalf of Mr John Quinn, Newbridge, for a transfer of the licence held lately in the name of Miss Treacy. Granted.

 

28 October 1886 Freeman's Journal

Closing The Ardclough Quarries...Treacy (hat in hand) I am Treacy of Ardolugh, my lord. Lord Cloncurry (with linked sweetness lon-' drawn out) - Yes, you are Treacy ...

1886 attempts to reopen Ardclough quarries are not successful and they close for the final time (Oct 28). The names of the owners are still preserved as Treacy’s Quarry, Blue Quarry and White Quarry. Coonan’s pub on the canal bank closed shortly afterwards. The premises survived as Maggie Foynes’ shop until the late 1960s.

http://ardclough.wordpress.com/about/ardclough-history/an-ardclough-timeline/

 

Nov 13, 1886 (KO) Clane Petty Sesions

...John Tracy summoned...of Loughbollard...[assault at Clane]

 

Nov 27, 1886 (KO) Queens

...Barrington v. Tracey...

 

Dec 4, 1886 (KO) Naas Petty Sessions

Mr Edward Glover, County Surveyor, summoned John Treacy, road contractor, Michael Treacy and John Mahony, his sureties for not having acted up to his contract in keeping the road from Naas [barracks] to Caragh in repair...John Treacy was also summoned for not having the road between the Naas Fair green and Killashee in proper repair...

 

Dec 18, 1886 (KO) The National League - Luggacurran [Laois] Meeting

...Athy...William Treacy, Timothy  Bryne, Chairman Town Commissioners...

 

Jan 1, 1887 (KO) Duke of Leinster's manor of Maynooth estate

...meeting of tenantry...present...Michael Tracey...

 

Feb 5, 1887 (KO) The Labourers Act in Celbridge Union

Patrick Treacy, a labourer, deposed to the want of accomation in Ardclough. To Mr White - Was in Mr Sexton's employment at the Ardclough quarries for six years, and was employed by his predecessor also. Used to superintend the rising of stones for lime burning purposes. his brother was foreman there. Since the quarries stopped was working as an agricultural labourer whenever he could get it, and was now employed in Straffan. His brother was in Ardclough still. To Mr Brown - The house in which he had lived in ardclough was standing; it had been condemmed by the doctor. Worked more or less every year as an agricultural labourer. Knew that his brother had made an offer to Lord Cloncurry to keep the quarries going and had been refused....The houses were near the canal bank...They had free access to the Roman Catholic Chapel and the National School, also on the canal bank...Lord Cloncurry...The only proposal he had was one from Treacy...Treacy said he could not work as an agricultural labourer...The whole of the Ardclough men were in employment except Treacy, who never was an agricultural labourer...

 

Apr 2, 1887 (KO) Public Demonstration at Athy on Sunday

...Eviction Protest Fund...William Tracey £5...

 

May 7, 1887 (KO) Athy National League

...elected...Wm Treacy...

 

May 7, 1887 (KO) The Anti-Lansdowne Eviction Fund

...William Treacey, Nicholastown £5...

 

May 14, 1887 (KO) The Vesey Estate

...estate at Bray and Nicholastown, attended at Athy for collecting the May rents...Messers Tracey and Murphy...view of the tenants...requested a reduction of 20%...offered 10%...refused and none of the rents were paid.

 

Jun 25, 1887 (KO) Athy Will case

...Joseph Treacy, Athy (clerk to Mr Gerrard)...

 

Jul 30, 1887 (KO) Luggacurren Tenantry

...Mounthrath. D. Treacy, solicitor...

 

Aug 13, 1887 (KO) Naas Chairmanship

...Mr Ricard Treacy, JP...outgoing chairman...his having been found fault with by a local paper - the Nationalist paper - for not being a Nationalist...he was as good a Nationalist as anyone...

 

Sep 3, 1887 (KO) Naas Union

...John Treacy of Hodgestown, tendered for the erection of four cottages at £96 each...

 

Nov 5, 1887 (KO) Christian Brothers Schools Naas

...Mr. Richard Treacy, JP, £3...5s...Mr RH Tracy...2s...Mr William Treacy...Mr Patt Treacy...Sergeant Treacy...

 

1887-1907

Letters to Charles Dunne, agent to G.P.L. Mansfield and Edmund Alexander Mansfield concerning repairs to the Kildare property, collection of rents, the holding of Richard Tracy, a bankrupt, the erection of fencing, the ejectment of tenants in Basin Lane, Naas, a fire at a house at the Barrack Gate and other estate matters. Includes Edmund Alexander Mansfield’s notes on the tenants; 46 items

MS 38,249/8 Mansfield Papers NLI

 

Jan 14, 1888 (KO)

...Mr. Tracey's little house in Basin lane...

 

Mar 10, 1888 (KO)

...Mr R Treacy, whose resignation was received with regret on Wednesday night.

 

May 26, 1888 (KO) Naas Petty Sessions

...Christopher Tracy...Grand Canal Company...came on the same boat with him from Dublin, though he is not employed in it...

 

June 9 1888 (KO) Court of Bankruptcy

...Richard Treacy of Naas...the house and premises on the Main street of Naas...33 feet length...bounded on the north by Basin lane, on the south by Naas Court house...indenture with Hobart Montgomery...91 years from 25th March 1859...yearly rent £20...large shop and bakery in which general grocery trade, a good leather business as well as the general bakery and fancy bread...understanding the business, as a large fortune was realised by the late father of the bankrupt in comparatively few years...

 

Jun 30, 1888 (KO)

...the elected guardians assembled at the Market Square and marched thence through the town to the Workhouse gate...ex-guardians...M Tracey...

June 1888 Athy Guardians

...M. Tracy...Local Government Board...elected guardians denied entry...

 

Jul 21, 1888 (KO) Letters

...the soil pipe from Mr Tracy's houses, which is laid under the Sallins road and down Mr. Donnellan's yard...drainage for Naas...Richard H. Tracy

 

Sep 8, 1888 (KO) Athy National League

...present...W. Tracy...

 

Sep 22, 1888 (KO) Estate of Christopher Tracey

late of Clare Gate Street, Kildare in the County of Kildare, cattle Dealer (deceased) and in a Cause Bergin v. Tracey (No. 10, 396)...Christopher Tracey, who died in or about the month of September 1886...

Heffernan Papers: Printed particulars of auction of premises etc at Claregate St, Kildare and part of lands at Buggawns, Parish of Lacca, Co. Kildare in case in High Court of Justice, Chancery Division of Christopher Tracy, Margaret Bergain and John Tracy March 1894.

Tracy (John) Ms. 21,916 National Library of Ireland

 

Sep 22, 1888 (KO) Sale of tenants interest in 4 acres of land

...Mr Michael Treacy...near Caragh, midway between Naas and Newbridge...4 Irish acres...at £3.4.10 per year...

 

Nov 10, 1888 (KO) Christian Brothers School Naas

...2s6d...D. Tracy...2s...Mr Patk Tracy...1s...Mrs Treacy...

 

1889

Letters to George and Edmund Alexander Mansfield from Stephen J. Brown, solicitor, Charles Dunne, agent and J.A. Maconchy, Court of Bankruptcy, Ireland concerning the sale of Richard Treacy’s interest in his holding at Naas and rent due on the holding; 16 items

MS 38,251/1 Mansfield Papers NLI

 

May 17, 1890 (KO) Presentation

...held at Treacy's Confectionary Establishment in Naas...

 

7 November 1890 New Zealand Tablet

Kildare. — A meeting was held in the Town Hall, Kildare, of the tenants of the Leinster estate, who had purchased in 1886 under the Ashbourne Act, to consider the steps to be taken to secure an abatement of the annual installment of the purchase money. Very Ray. M.J. Murphy and J.J. Malone, solicitor, attended the meeting, and the following are amongst the tenants who purchased and were present: — Rev. N. A. Staples, O.?.C, White Abbey; John Hickett, James Clinch, Edward Neill, Thomas Byrne, Peter Collins, John Treacy, John Moore, Thomas Behan, Patrick Doyle, Patrick Fitzgerald, Jas. MacCarthy.

 

1890 Carbury

Though the present Carbury club was founded in 1925, local tradition holds that football was played in the parish since pre-GAA times. RIC records from 1890 show that Kirkpatrick CJ Kickhams club had 30 members, with the officers listed as Michael Mooney, Walter Broderick and John Tracey. Carbury teams reached the quarter-finals of the championship in 1897 and 1905.

 

1889 Return of judicial rents

William Treacy of Nicholastown Kildare, landlord Arthur Vesey, 61a/3r/16p, poor valuation £39/15/0, old rent £50/0/0, new rent £50/0/0

William Treacy of Nicholastown Kildare, landlord Arthur Vesey, 41a/0r/12p, poor valuation £27/5/0, old rent £37/10/0, new rent £30/0/0

 

January 15, 1891 (FJ) Appointments

Miller and stonedresser, and can do Millwright work; understands oatmeal or flour; references good. P. Treacey, Tully, Kildare.

 

January 1891 Probate, Tracy v. Coogan

Will of the late William Coogan died 10th December 1868, will dated 1862. He was a corn and hay factor in Dublin and owner of a publichouse and grocery, with 5 acres, in Leixlip. His daughter Eliza carried on the business but died last year. Ellen Tracy, another daughter, resident in Kildare, contests the will. Found for defendant.

 

Feb 7, 1891 (KO) Athy Union

...guardians... M Tracey...W Tracey...

 

Mar 7, 1891 (KO) Monasterevan National League

...members...Michael Treacy PLG.

 

March 1891 Monasterevan National League and the National Federation

Resolution signed by...Michael Treacy P.L.G.

7 March 1891 (N) Irish National League

Monasterevan...Michael Treacy, PLG...

 

June 6 1891 (KO) Co. Kildare Quarter Sessions

...Robert Tracy, Lancashire Regiment, deposed that he was on duty on May 20th at the Magazine...

 

July 7, 1891 (FJ) Leixlip. Meadow on Foot.

...Mr. Michael Treacey, to sell by auction...at Dock Lane, Leixlip, 10 acres of Meadow on foot...

13 May 1893 Freeman's Journal

...Michael Tracey, the owner. Part of the Lands of Leixlip, County Kildare, called The Dock Lane Field, containing about 12 acres statute measure, situate near...

August 23, 1894 (FJ) Hay

...at Dock Lane, Leixlip...by Mr. Michael Treacey...70 cocks of first class hay...

 

1891 Return of judicial rents

John Tracey of Bugganrus Kildare, landlord Mary C. Plunkett and others, 80a/3r/38p, poor valuation £29/10/0, old rent £60/0/0, new rent £25/0/0

 

1891 UK Census

John Tracey, head, 32 years, b. Kildare, Reading Berkshire

Mary Tracey, wife, 30 years, Reading Berkshire

Sarah Tracey, daughter, 11 years, b. Kildare, Reading Berkshire

Mary Tracey, daughter, 9 years, b. Kildare, Reading Berkshire

Bridges Tracey, daughter, 6 years, Reading Berkshire

Lizzie Tracey, daughter, 4 years, Reading Berkshire

Nellie Tracey, daughter, 1 years, Reading Berkshire

 

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.

Annie Tracey, Castledermot Kildare Ireland, 1910, 24 years

Edward Tracy, Kilcock (Kildare) Ireland, 1909, 19 years, Michael Tracy, Hodgestown Kilcock, Co. Kildare. Brother-in-law, Robert Sha???, c/o Mr CC Alleren?, Laurence, NY. 5’7”, Fair complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. b. Kilcock Ireland

Eliza Tracey, Hodgestown (Kildare Ireland?), 1899, 18 years

Joshua A. Tracy, Naas Kildare? Ireland, 1907, 24 years, single, clerk, Mrs Tray, Roseville Naas. Friend Jno Russell 14 Barclay St New York. 5’9” dark complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, b. Naas Ireland [travelled with Andrew Ja Rattray 25 b. Clontarf?]

Margaret Tracey, Kilcock Kildare? Ireland, 1909, 24 years

Mary Tracey, Hodgestown (Kildare Ireland?), 1897, 19 years, single, Hmaid, Glencove NJ?, Resident USA, aunt Mrs. Wall

Peter Treacy, Newtown (Cork Fermanagh Kildare Limerick or Tipperary?) Ireland, 1924, 30 years

Pheobe Treacy, Newtown Kildare? Ireland, 1909, 25 years (Tracy, Phoebe, Baltinglass, 1st Quarter 1884 2 419)

Phoebe Tracey, Castledermot Kildare? Ireland, 1909, 25 years, single, 5’9” dark complexion, dark hair, brown eyes, Father James Newtown Castledermot, to Aunt Mrs Hawson? 35 Baldwin St Wateron?/Gaterban? Conn. B. Newtown Ireland

 

William Treacy, Athy Kildare Ireland, 1898, 21 years

 

29 July 1892 Freeman's Journal

... Michael Treacy To Sell By Auction, At Dock Lane, Lexlip, 100 Cocks Of Prime Well-Saved Hay.

19 May 1893 Freeman's Journal

... Michael Treacy, all that part of the lands of Leixlip, Co Kildare, called the Dock Lane Fields, Containieg abount 12 acres statute measure, situate near theLbelz- ...

 

Apr 15, 1893 (KO)

Patrick Walker the celebrated local bill poster...Martin Tracey...Monthawkins...in Athy...

 

Jul 22, 1893 (KO) Barony Cess Collectorship

...for Connell - Messers JJ Tracey...A poll having been taken Mr. Tracey was elected by a large majority.

 

November 1893 Athy Football

...Tracy...

 

Oct 7, 1893 (KO)

Michael Tracey was summoned...drunkeness in Naas on the 23rd September. Fined 2s6d and 1s costs.

 

Feb 10, 1894 (KO) Naas Petty Sessions

...James Tracy [poor man with a large family living in Corhan's/Coroban's? lane]...cutting bushes...property of Mr Edward Doyle PLG...Tipper?...

 

Oct 13, 1894 (KO) Maynooth Brass band

...J. Treacy, P. Nolan, N. Treacy...

 

October 1894 Kildare Hunting

Amongst those out...Mr. R. Tracy, jun.;...

 

Dec 8, 1894 (KO)

...jury...Thomas Tracey...

 

Mar 2, 1895 (KO) Dance Town Hall, Naas

...Mr JH Tracy, Miss Tracy, Mr CP Tracy...Miss Tracy, Miss R Tracy...

 

Jul 13, 1895 (KO)

...Irish Parliamentary Party...delegates...Naas...- Tracy...Monasterevan...M Tracey, PLG...

 

Nov 16, 1895 (KO) Trespass in Maynooth College

...Thomas Tracey, of Maynooth...

 

Feb 22, 1896 (KO)

...Naas branch of the Labourers Society...present...D. Tracey...

 

May 2, 1896 (KO) Dance at Naas

...Mrs Tracy...Mr JH Tracy, Mr CP Tracy, Mr RA Tracy, Miss Tracy...Miss Treacy, Miss Rose Treacy...

 

Aug 8, 1896 (KO) Naas Petty Sessions

...swore he lived in Corban's? lane, next door to Mrs [Mary] Tracy...

 

Sep 5, 1896 (KO) Condemmed Houses

...15 [Corban's Lane lower]  James Treacy's has two rooms but no yard or back door. The occupants are James Treacy, labourer; wife; Thomas 12 years; James 9 years; Christy 6 years; Maryanne 4 years; Eddie 13 months....

 

September 1896 Best Allotments

...4th James Tracy, Fiddown...

 

September 26, 1896 News from Ireland

Athy Board of Guardians. Michael Treacy...

 

1896 National Convention representative of the Irish race throughout the world at Dublin

Delegates...United States of America...Edward Treacy, Boston...Kildare...Athy Board of Guardians, Michael Treacy...Rev. P. Tracey, C.C., Galmoy [Kilkenny]

 

Oct 31, 1896 (KO) Co. Kildare Hunt

Mr JH Tracy, Mr CP Tracy...Miss Mabel Tracy...Miss Tracy, Mr RA Tracy...

 

Jul 31, 1897 (KO) Quarrelsome Neighbours

...Halverstown...William Treacy...Mr. CP Tracy for Treacy...deposed that the fowl were constantly trespassing on his brother's land...old ruffian...

 

Jul 31, 1897 (KO) Land Sub-Commission - Kildare

Landlord: SM Kincaid; Michael Treacy, £60, £60

 

July 31, 1897 (FJ)

Maynooth...2s6d... Michael Treacey...

 

7 August 1897 (IT) Celbridge Cricket Club (see Cantrell Tracy of Naas)

C. P. Tracy

9 August 1904 (IT) Newbridge Cricket Club

C. P. Tracy

 

Oct 23, 1897 (KO) Naas Petty Sessions

A decree for possession was obtained by John Murphy against James and Mary Treacy who hold a room from him at 1s6d per week.

 

1897 Return of judicial rents

Michael Treacy of Croughenlea Athy Kildare, landlord Sidney M. Kincaid, 106a/3r/25p, poor valuation £59/15/0, old rent £92/0/0, new rent £60/0/0

 

Jan 8, 1898 (KO) Naas Petty Sessions

Mr. George Sargeant applied for and obtained a decree for possession of a house on the Fair Green in the possession of James Tracey, who held at a weekly rental of 2s. Adjourned

 

April 1898 Easter Vesteries

...Castledermot...Sidesmen - Richard Tracy...

 

1898 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act

December 8 1898 Michael Treacy of Halverstown and Jigginstown Kildare 153a/3r/24p, value £114, rent £132/0/0, judical, advance £2400, cash £2400

 

May 7, 1898 (KO)

...John Treacy...he lived at Moortown and was at the fair of Kildare on 24th April. He sold three pigs...

 

Jun 18, 1898 (KO) Big Meeting in Kildare

...Nationalists [1798]...present...Kildare...P. Tracey...

 

Jun 18, 1898 (KO) Land Sub-Commission

...Michael Treacy, tenant v Sidney M Kincaid landlord...rent agreed upon between the landlord and tenant in 1881...reserved judgement.

 

Jul 30, 1898 (KO) All Ireland Army Athletic Sports

...Boxing...Curragh Gymnasium...Light Weight...Driver Tracey, Army Service Corps...

 

Aug 6, 1898 (KO) Cricket - Naas

...Jos Tracy...HW Tracy...Cantrell Tracy...

 

Sep 10, 1898 (KO) Kildare Petty Sessions

...Mooretown...Francis Kelly...working for Johnny Tracey...

 

Dec 17, 1898 (KO) Special court

...on the 2nd December, unlawfully attack the house of Andrew Treacy, one Eliza Treacy being within, and did force and enter the window of said house to the terror of said Eliza Treacy...Mrs Treacy...her mother outside...

 

Apr 29, 1899 (KO) The Corn Trade

...Such men as Mr Michael Treacy, of Halverstown...who sell the very best kind can command high prices...

 

May 13, 1899 (KO) Leinster Leader

...Mr. David Tracey, foreman...

Jun 3, 1899 (KO)

...Mr. D. Treacy, foreman printer in the "leader" [Leinster Leader] office...How long are you in the printing business? The best portion of my life...

 

May 1899 Athy Cricket

...T.H. Tracy...

 

Jul 22, 1899 (KO) Co Kildare Assizes

...Martin Treacy...Curragh races...

 

Sep 30, 1899 (KO) Prosecution at Blessington

...Peter Murphy Hotel Poulaphuca...non-bona fide travellers...Patrick Tracy...lives two miles away in Ballymore-Eustace...Tracy who said he was from Mullaboden...

 

Dec 23, 1899 (KO) Dunlavin Labourers

...Bartolomew Tracey, Blackhill, next examined, stated that he lived in a small bad house. He was an agricultural labourer and did work up and down wherever he got it...

 

Jan 13, 1900 (KO) Naas Petty Sessions

A man named James Tracey, of Naas...charged with having absconded from the Naas Workhouse and deserted his three children...said he left the workhouse for the purpose of looking for work...Mr. De Burgh now generously offered to give him work...adjourned.

 

Jan 27, 1900 (KO) Newbridge Water Supply

...people of Newbridge...signed...Matthew Treacy, Valleys...

 

1900 Return of Persons committed to unlimited Terms of Imprisonment for Contempt of Court 1894-1899

John Treacey of Mooretown Co. Kildare. Judge: The Right Hon. The Vice-Chancellor. Contempt of Court (default of payment of money in a fiduciary capacity), 173 days Kilkenny Jail.

 

May 8, 1901 (IT)

Lady recommends respectable girl as Housemaid or House Parlourmaid in small family; lived with her two years. - Tracey, Prosperous, Naas.

 

 

 

1901 Census of Ireland

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

 

1901 Census of England

Agnes Tracey, 18, Ireland Kildare, Worsted Spinner, Midgley, Yorks W R

Elizabeth Treacy, b. abt 1856 Kildare Ireland, Cheshire

 

1902 Return of judicial rents  (see Cantrell Tracy of Naas)

May 30 1901 James H. Tracy of Clownings Naas Kildare, landlord Sonthwell G.T. Bourke, 142a/3r/4p, poor valuation £73/15/0, old rent £98/12/0, new rent £74/0/0

 

3 October 1893 Freeman's Journal

... Patrick Tracy, Tally Cottage, Kildare.

 

April 29 1904 Michael Tracy of Rooske Kildare, 145a/0r/22p, value £115, rent £122/0/0, judical, advance £3111, cash £3111

 

June 30 1904 William Tracy of Lewistown Kildare, 106a/0r/25p, value £59, rent £66/19/6, judical, advance £1607, cash £1607

June 30 1904 Margaret Tracy of Ladytown Kildare, 164a/2r/38p, value £111/1/0, rent £146/12/0, not judical, advance £3518, cash £3518

 

Apr 28, 1905 (IT) Church of Ireland?

Castledermot...Sidesmen - Kinneagh, Richard Treacy...Select Vestry...Leeson Treacy...Richard Treacy...

 

1905 Kelly's Directory

Leeson Tracey, Plunketstown house, Graney, Castledermot R.S.O. co. Kildare

Rev. Robert Treasy, Woodstock street, Athy, co. Kildare

 

3/3/1906 Kildare Observer & Leinster Leader

Rugby Naas v. Kildare.

Nass…J Trac(e)y, three-quarters…

 

May 23 1907, John Treacy, Hodgestown & Kilnamoragh Nth Kildare, 15a1r37p & 0a0r39p, £8 valuation, £13.8.2 rent, not judical £250 purchase price and advance

 

3 January 1908 London Gazette

Postmen: Patrick Treacy (Naas)

 

Mar 20, 1908 (FJ)

General servant to wash, make up and milk. Apply Mrs. Treacy, Halverstown, Naas.

 

Apr 9, 1908 (FJ) The remains of the late Matthew Hackett, postman, Maynooth...attending...M. Treacy...T. Treacy...

 

Aug 31, 1908 (IT)

Working Gardener, RC, single, fruit, flowers, vegatables, discharges and references:- M. Tracey, Athgarvan, Newbridge.

 

1908 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act - Arthur Gore Ryde Estate

1/12/1908 Catherine Treacy of Riverstown Kildare 108a/3r/22, of Derryougher West 10a/2r/25p, value £56, rent £57/10/0, judical, vance £1,312, cash £1317

 
Jun 6, 1910 (FJ) Among those who attended at Clongowes were...Mrs. DJ Treacy, Mrs. Treacy...
Jun 7, 1910 (FJ) Clongowes Wood College - Past v. Present...For the Past, J.J. Treacy bowled best...

Jun 3, 1914 (FJ) Cricket - ast Clongownians v. Mr JW Crawfords Gentlemen of Ireland XI

Past Clongownians...JJ Treacy...

Aug 1, 1914 (FJ) Assistant Revising Barristers

...Kildare, John J. Treacy...

1922 The Dominions Office and Colonial Office List

John Joseph Treacy, b. 1879, educated at Clongowes Wood Coll., Sallins, Co. Kildare, Ireland; barrister-at-law, King’s Inn, Dublin, 1905; crown counsel, G. Coast, 28th July 1915; ag. Senr. Crown counsel in 1915, 1916 and 1917; ag. Solr.-gen. on various occasions, 1916-20; ag. Chief regisr., May to Nov., 1917; ag. Pol…

 
Sep 26, 1910 Meath v Kildare Hurling
Kildare...M Treacy
 
Oct 24, 1910 (FJ) Kildare Footbal Championship - Roseberry v. Clane
...Clane...J. Treacy...
 
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. - Kildare
20th October 1910, Katherine M. Tracy, Clownings, 141a2r20p, £73.15.0 valuation, £74.0.0 rent, judical, £1786 purchase price and advance, 24.1 years, Estate of Bourke and Peat  (see Cantrell Tracy of Naas)
 
Jan 26, 1911 (FJ) Kildare Races
...Stewards...Ml. Treacy...Call Stewards...W. Treacy...
 
Feb 4, 1911 (FJ) Alleged False Pretences
The Newbridge Petty sessions...the accused coming into the shop and saying he was one of the Tracys of Halverstown...
 
Feb 6, 1911 (FJ)
...Mr. CP Treacy, solr, Newbridge, appeared for the plaintiff...
 
Jun 8, 1911 (IT)
A young girl seeks situation to mind children; not out before; can be well recommended. Apply to M. Tracey, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare.
 
 

 

1911 Census of Ireland

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

 

 

1911 English Census

John Tracey, Age: 51, b. Resident, County Kildare, St Mary Reading Berkshire

 

April 1912 IT

Castledermot and Kinneagh... Select Vestry...L. Treacy, R. Treacy...Sidesmen...R. Treacy...Synodsmen...R. Treacy...Supplemental Nominators...L. Treacy...

 

Mar 7, 1914 (FJ) Home Rule Fund

Maynooth (Kildare) Town...P. Tracey £1...

 

Aug 1, 1914 (FJ) Parish of Athy

...2s6d...John Tracey...

 

Kildare Observer 24/10/1914 P5B  (see Cantrell Tracy of Naas)

Mr. Cantrell Tracy, youngest son of the late Mr. R.H. Tracy and Mrs. Tracy, Roseville, Naas, has accepted a commission in the army veterinary crops, and has proceeded to Aldershot.

 

Dec 3, 1914 (FJ) Relief of the Afflicted Belgians

...Parish of Eadestown...2s6d...Mr. James Tracey...[north east Kildare]

 

1914-1918 Ireland’s Memorial Records

Cantrell Tracy. Captain, Army Veterinary Corps. Reported wounded, France, December 8, 1917. Born Rosville, Naas. Decoration Mons Medal and mentioned in Despatches.

Christopher Treacy. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported active, March 25, 1916. Born Naas. [C. Treacy appeared on Naas Roll of Honour].

James Treacy. Reg. No. 9622. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded, June 16, 1917. Born Naas.

Patrick Treacy. Royal Garrison Artillery. Reported active, March 25, 1916. Born Naas. [P. Treacy appeared on Naas Roll of Honour].

Thomas Treacy. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported active, March 25, 1916. Born Naas. [T. Treacy appeared on Naas Roll of Honour].

William Treacy. Reg. No. 267. Rank Private, Royal Irish Regiment 2nd batt. Killed in action France 19/10/1914. Born Kildare.

Age 42, Son of Patrick and Ellen Treacy, of Sallins Rd., Naas, Co. Kildare; husband of Barbara J. Treacy, of 67, Fallsbrook Rd., Streatham, London. [enlisted Poplar Essex, lived Streatham Surrey]

 

1914-1920 British Army WWI Service & Pension Records

Christopher Treacy, b. abt 1892, Sallins Rd Road, Co Kildare,

Patrick Tracey, b. abt 1882, Donaded, Co Kildare,  

Thomas Tracy, b. abt 1865, Kildare

Thomas Tracy, b. abt 1870, Kildare

William Tracey, b. abt 1873, Clare, Kildare,  

 

Jun 17 & 18, 1915 (IT) Co. Carlow Breach of Promise

...Miss Deborah Shirley [37] of Coolnakisha, Leighlinbridge, County Carlow and the defendant Mr. Richard Tracy/Treacy, [50] farmer, of Ballycallan [Ballycullane], Kildare...second cousin of defendant, who held a farm of close on three hundred acres. His means if capitalised would amount to £8,000...dances...In 1902...kiss...In 1904, marriage was spoken of...attachment for a Miss Melbourne [of Luggacurran] [engaged for 14 years]...delay, which ahd extended over eleven years...James Neale examined...related to defendant...Mrs Annie Parsons...said that before her marriage, she used to assist the defenant, her uncle, in the household...

Jun 19, 1915 (IT) and Jun 26, 1915 (IT)

The Carlow breach of promise action, Shirley v. Tracey...jury failed to agree on the question of contract and were discharged.

Jun 30, 1915 (IT)

Motion for a change of venue...by defendant...to Kildare...refused motion with costs.

Nov 3, 1915 (IT) and Nov 6, 1915 (IT) £1000 Damages Claimed

...Defendant...You were secretary of the Quadrile Company? Yes (laughter)...showed her deposit receipts for £1500 with the Provincial bank...

Nov 5, 1915 (IT) and Nov 13, 1915 (IT) £200 damages

The jury, after ten minutes absence, returned with a verdict for the plaintiff, assessing the damages at £200.

 

September 1915 IT

North Kildare Farming Society

Farm Produce - Class 69 Best Sample of White Wheat, 1st prize Patrick Treacy, Rooske, Celbridge

 

Apr 11, 1917 & Apr 4, 1918 (IT) Easter Vestries

Castledermot and Kinneigh...Peoples Churchwarden - Richard Treacy. Select Vestry...Leeson Treacy...Supplemental - Rector's - Leeson Treacy...

 

1st October 1917

Mrs. Tracy, Roseville, Naas auctioned the land at Ladytown (162a/2r/7p, value £109/10/0, rent £112/15/10).

 

1918-1941 Merchant Navy Seamen

*Thomas Tracey, b. 1891, Kilcock, Kildare

 [Note: * = photo http://www.irishmariners.ie/]

1853-1923 Royal Navy

Thomas Tracey. Official Number: K39640. Place of Birth: Kilcock, Kildare. Date of Birth: 07 January 1891.

 

1919 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act - Estate of Edward Vesey

December 11 1919 John Treacy of Nicholastown Kildare 40a/1r/10p, value £27, rent £29/1/0, judical, advance £654, cash £654, 22.5 years rent

December 11 1919 John Treacy of Nicholastown Kildare 61a/3r/24p, value £39/15/0, rent £40/18/0, judical, advance £1123, cash £1123, 22.5 years rent

 

Jan 28, 1920 (FJ)

Parish of Maynooth...Mr. Patrick Treacy...10s...

 

Aug 2, 1920 (FJ)

Parish of Eadestown [Kildare]

Mr. James Tracey...10s.

 

Jul 25, 1921 (FJ) Kildare Hunt Show

Foals got by Stallions on the Departments Register for 1920 - Colts - 1st Mrs Annie Treacy, Lumville, Curragh - black colt, All Black, by Black Prince - Black Princess.

Aug 18, 1922 (FJ)

Class III - Yearlings...1. Mrs Annie Treacy, Ulundi Lodge, Curragh...

 

Aug 1, 1921 (FJ)

Parish of Castledermot and Moone...2s...M. Tracey...Parish of Maynooth...Patrick Treacy 10s...

 

Dec 10, 1921 (IT) [Auction]

...by James Tracy, Esq, to sell by Auction on the lands at Eadestown, Naas...154a2r25p statue measure, with dwelling house and out-offices...1st of December 1910...

 

In the early hours of Good Friday, 14 April 1922, anti-Treaty members of the IRA occupied the Four Courts in Dublin. Liam Duffy, a native of Monasterevin, was part of the garrison. During the War of Independence, Duffy had been an officer in G Company, 6th Battalion, Carlow Brigade. Others in the company at the time included Captain Paddy Martin, a former Kildare inter-county footballer, Lieutenant Kit [Christopher] Treacy and Lieutenant Peter Dunne, Monasterevin.

http://www.kildare.ie/library/ehistory/2011/08/in_the_four_courts.asp

Nov 28, 1922 (FJ) Capture of Munitions of War at Monasterevan

...official statement..."The following Irregulars, two of whom were in the 'dump' were arrested: Chris Treacy, Monasterevan...

Nov 28, 1922 (IT) County Kildare Big Dump Found

..."The following Irregulars, two of whom were in the 'dump' were arrested:- Christopher Treacy, Monasterevan..."

Army Pension Application of Patrick Kirwan, Double Lane, Maynooth, County Kildare...Military Service Pensions Acts 1934...signed handwritten statements regarding Patrick Kirwan's service and injuries from...Christopher Treacey...

Ref: http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/detail.aspx?parentpriref=#sthash.FeA8b0Hq.dpuf

 

 

 

Edward Treacy, O/C Prosperous, Co. Kildare

On the 11th July, 1921, six battalions formed the 7th Brigade, 1st Eastern Division...4th Battalion: Prosperous area: E. Treacy, 0/C; T. McHugh, Vice 0/C... The 4th Battalion, with E. Treacy, 0/C, and T. McHugh remained. Republican

Witness: James Dunne, Commandant IRA, Kildare, 1921

 

Written Answers. - Military Service Pensions. Wednesday, 10 March 1937

The following statement shows the names of persons in the Counties of Carlow and Kildare to whom Pensions have been awarded under the Military Service Pensions Act, 1934, and the Grade and the annual amount of Pension in each case:—

Carlow Kildare, Grade C [Commandant or Major], Edward Tracey, £50

Dáil Éireann - Volume 110 - 14 April, 1948 Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Military Service Pensions

Statement showing the names of persons resident in the County of Kildare to whom pensions have been awarded under the Military Service Pensions Act, 1934 (including pensions in respect of service in Cumann na mBan) and the Grade and annual amount of pension in each case.

D. 545 [Lieutenant or Captain], Edward Tracey, £50

 

 

 

The Holy Family’s Sr Veronica Brigid Tracy, who was born and bred in Newbridge, celebrated her 100th birthday recently with a letter from the President. Sr Veronica was born in Newbridge on the Green Road, she was born Bridget Tracey and took the name Veronica when she was ordained. She taught in the Curragh for years and was very involved in the History group.

 

On 16 May 1922 the Curragh Camp was formally handed over to the Irish Free State Army. One witness was the future Sister Veronica Treacy, then aged 10. Many, many years later Sister Veronica recalled a snatch of conversation overheard outside a Newbridge pub as the British marched away. “That's the end of them, thank God. Now we can fight away in peace among ourselves!” 

 

 

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20 July 1922 IT, Compensation - Cost of Fires in Dublin

...O. Tracy, Kinneagh, Curragh £50...

 

October 1922 Naas - Troops operating in the Robertstown area on the 11th inst captures Sean Tracy, leader of irregulars. This is the second arrest in the area this week.

October 14, 1922 (II) Naas

Troops operating in the Robertstown area on the 11th inst., captured Sean Tracy, leader of the irregulars. This is the second arrest in the area this week.

 

Nov 2, 1922 (IT) Irish Government Contracts placed

Cottages for Ex-Service Men...Trim Rural District - J. Tracey, Rathmolyon, Enfield, Co. Meath...

 

1922 Army Census

 

James Tracy; 23; Cpl, Air Service, home address: Beaufort, Naas, 16043 pay no: ?, Joined: 12/7/22 Baldonnell,  single, RC, Next of kin: mother, Next of kin: Mrs K. Tracy, Beaufort House, Naas; Baldonnell (Dublin); download file

 

Richard Tracey; 18; Pte, Transport do [N.R.] Infantry, home address: Moorfield, Newbridge, Co. Kildare,  14450 Pay no: 17935, Joined: 18/9/22 Naas, single, RC, Next of kin: father, Next of kin: Mr. Charles Tracey, Moorfield, Co. Kildare; Naas (Kildare); download file

 

Mar 2, 1923 (FJ) Leinster Senior Schools Compedition

Clongowes Wood College...W. Treacy.

Jun 4, 1923 (FJ) ...Clongowes Union...The Prize Winners

The President announced that the medals had been awarded as follows: Religious Knowledge - Union Gold Medal to William Treacy...College Debate Medal - to William Treacy...

Jun 4, 1923 (IT) Clongowes Union. The Annual Meeting.

...The Union Guild medal for religious knowledge and the College Debate medal were awarded to William Tracey....

Mar 8, 1928 (IT)

Clongowes (S.C.T.)...W. Tracy...

Feb 22, 1924 (FJ) Senior Schools Cup

Clongowes...E. Treacy...

Mar 5, 1924 (IT) Leinster Schools Senior Cup

Clongowes Wood v. Morgans school...Clongowes Wood...E. Treacy...

Jun 2, 1924 (FJ) Clongowes Union

...medal...Higher Line Debate, Edward Treacy.

Nov 8, 1928 (IT)

Solicitor's Apprentices' Debating Society...Oratory...silver medal, Edward Treacy.

 

Quit Rent Office: 17/10/1923-6/7/1925

Curragh of Kildare, Sumville Huts, proposed letting of hut to Mr. Joseph Tracey. NA FIN 1/3552 (Original 866/5)

 

12 March 1924 (FJ) Leinster Senior Schools Cup

Clongowes...E. Treacey...

 

4 August 1924 (FJ)

Parish of Maynooth...Patrick Treacy...10s...

 

Sep 1, 1924 (IT) Leopardstown [racing][Kildare?]

...Michael Dawson, the Rathbride trainer, supplied a couple of winners...Coypou...both were ridden by the Rathbride apprentice, W. Tracey, who is a boy of much promise in the saddle...

 

Sep 23, 1925 (IT) Machine Collides with Tree

Curagh...Free State Air Services...Commandant Maloney flew towards the enemy lines, accompanied by Sergeant Tracey, who acted as observer...pilot dead and its observer in a semi-conscious condition...

 

Oct 6, 1926 (IT) Fatal Motoring Accident

...Newbridge...Michael Tracy, the driver of the car...

 

1926 London Wills

Peter Treacy of Rooske Celbridge county Kildare died 19 December 1925 Probate London 20 May to Patrick Treacy farmer. Effects £141.7.2 in England.

 

Records of the Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices, Empire Marketing Board, and related bodies

1926-7 Irish Distress Committee and Irish Grants Committee: Files and Minutes

John Treacey, County Kildare, File No. 680

 

16 December 1927 Holograph letter from Michael Tracy, Maynooth College (County Kildare), to Hagan, with season's greetings. Brief comments on his work; they have four weeks of vacations. There is much curiosity about bishoprics – 'particularly the vice-President'.

Papers of John Hagan, Irish College Rome (1904-1930)

 

Dáil Éireann - Volume 21 - 24 November, 1927 LEWIN (GALWAY) ESTATE. - IASACHT DHAIL EIREANN.

D'fhiafruigh DOMHNALL UA BUACHALLA den Aire Airgid an féidir leis a rádh cathoin a díolfar as bannaí Dála na ndaoine seo leanas:— Mary Greene, deceased (now John and James Greene), Maynooth, £6; Elizabeth Mealey, Maynooth, £3; Christopher O'Toole, Maynooth, £1; Joseph Reid, Coole, Monasterevan; Joseph P. Cusack, Blackwood, Robertstown, Co. Kildare, £10; Thomas Aherne, Rickardstown, Monasterevan, £3; Annie Cosgrave, Moyville, Co. Kildare, £10; E. A. Costello, Longbridge, Carbury, £5; Bernard Robinson, Kilrathmurray, Hill-of-Down, £10; Thos. Dowling, Lake Ville, Ballinafagh, Prosperous, £5; Nicholas Treacey, Maynooth, £1; Joseph Ennis, Cloncurry, Enfield, £5; John Hill (deceased), Grange House, Edenderry (his wife, Elizabeth Hill, living), £10.

AN tAIRE AIRGID AN tAIRE AIRGID

AN tAIRE AIRGID: I gcásanna Elizabeth Mealey, Joseph P. Cusack agus Thomas Aherne táthar tar éis údaras do thabhairt don Roinn Phuist agus Telegrafa chun Cairteacha Coigiltis do thabhairt amach a chuirfidh ar chumas na sintiúsairi aisíoc d'fháil do reir foralacha Acht Iasachtai agus Cisti Dhail Eireann, 1924.

1876

I gcás Christopher O'Toole tabharfar údaras d'Oifig an Uhuist laistigh de [1876] sheachtain chun Cairt Choigiltis do thabhairt amach.

I gcásanna Thomas Dowling, Nicholas Treacey, Joseph Reid, Mary Green (deceased) agus John Ennis táthar tar éis iarrataisí ar aisíoc d'fháil ach ní foláir tuille eolais d'fháil sara bhfeadfar breith do thabhairt maidir leis an aisíoc.

Ní bhfuarthas aon iarratas ar aisíoc maidir le sintiuisi John Hill (deceased), Bernard Robinson, Annie Cosgrave agus Edward Costelloe.

PRIONNSIAS O FATHAIGH PRIONNSIAS O FATHAIGH

D'fhiafruigh PRIONNSIAS O FATHAIGH den Aire Airgid an bhféachfar chuige ina scéimeanna a ceapfar i gcóir caitheamh an Vóta Fóirithine de £150,000 gur do dhaoine oireamhnacha atá scurtha díomhaoin le tamall fada a tabharfar pé obair chléireachais a bhainfeas leis na scéimeanna san.

AN tAIRE AIRGID AN tAIRE AIRGID

AN tAIRE AIRGID: Ní meastar gur gá, chun na scéimeanna do riara, aon bhreis chléireach do thabhairt isteach thar mar atá i bhfostaíocht fé láthair no atá ar an liosta ag feitheamh le ceapachán de bhrí gur eirigh leo i scrúdúcháin chomórtais oscailte.

 

January 21, 1928 (MC) Summerhill Assizes

…at Moynalvey, did use threatening and abusive language towards Mrs. Rose Treacy…lived at Moynalvey with her husband, James Treacy…her brother, the defendant [James Malone]…In 1925, the defendant got into arrears with his rent and agreed to let Mrs. Treacy and her husband live in the cottage with him on their agreeing to pay the rent…she came from Hudderstown, Co. Kildare and was two years in Moynalvey next February. They got £275 for the place in Kildare…

 

Feb 24, 1928 (IT) Thomas Delamere Rooney...late of 44 Upper O'Connell street in the city of Dublin...

...And the said testor appointed Patrick Joseph Corcoran, of Athy, in the county of Kildare, Auctioneer, and Patrick Treacy of Rooske, Maynooth, in the County of Kildare, Farmer, to be Executors of his said will...

 

Aug 20, 1929 (IT) House and Parlourmaids

Young single housemaid...Delia Tracey, Mooretown, Donade, Co. Kildare.

 

October 17, 1932 (IP) Car Dashes into Funeral

...The remains of Mr. O'Neill, Rail park, Maynooth...followed by 200 people...Kathleen Treacy (11), Convent Lane [Maynooth], was fatally hurt and her mother now in Naas Hospital, received injuries of a serious character...

 

25 mar 1933 (CTr)

...acquitted...manslaughter of Kathleen Treacy, and with causing bodily harm to her mother, Catherine Treacy, John Melia and martha McGovern, by having driven a motor car, as alleged, in a furious manner, at Greenfields, Maynooth on October 15th. The dead girl and her mother were attending a funeral when the car ran into them.

 

Leinster Leader 2 November 1940 - Link with Athy
The daily report that a Mrs. Treacy of London, who has lost a son, daughter-in-law and grand-daughter in the air raids on London, is a native of near Athy and aged over 80 years, has aroused considerable interest in Athy. Exhaustive inquiries made this week failed to associate her with Athy or discover any of her relatives in the district.

http://www.kildare.ie/library/ehistory/2010/10/bombs_over_britain.asp

 

Jul 23, 1956 (II) & May 2, 1960 (II)

Kildare Football Team...Edward (Ned) Tracey...

 

 

 FAMILY HISTORIES

 

Kildare and Leighlin

Catherine Tracey b. about 1785 m. George Moore 1806 (LDS)

Eliza Treacey b. about 1841 m. Walter Magee 1862 (LDS) (see Clane)

Sarah Tracy b. about 1844 m. Joshua Cantrell 1865 (LDS) (see Naas)

 

Andrew Tracy (b. 1832 Kildare d. 1900-1910 Iowa?) m. Elizabeth (Bessie) Farrell 1863

Children:

  1. Mary A. TRACY b: 1865 in Iowa
  2. Maggie TRACY b: 1866 in Iowa
  3. Christopher James TRACY b: DEC 1867 in Davenport, Iowa
  4. Caroline TRACY b: 1868 in Nebraska
  5. Catherine TRACY b: MAY 1870 in Nebraska
  6. Elizabeth TRACY b: 1874 in Nebraska
  7. Philip P. TRACY b: 1876 in Nebraska

 

Anne Tracy, single, (d. of Michael Tracy) m. John Doorley, single (s. of Michael Doorley) on the 7 Feb 1866 Kildare, Ireland

 

Bridget Tracy (b. Kildare d. 1907 Mensa Arkansas) m. Francis Boylan of Liskabric Monaghan in 1850-1

  1. Margaret Julia Boylan
  2. J. Henry Boylan
  3. Alex Boylan
  4. Christine Boylan
  5. Charles Michael Boylan
  6. Terrence Tracy Boylan
  7. Francis Edward Boylan
  8. Delia Boylan
  9. Andrew Jackson Boylan
  10. Leo Patrick Boylan
  11. John F. Boylan b. 5 Aug 1852 in New Orleans, Lousiana
  12. Mary Jane Boylan b. 14 Jan 1854 in Jo Davies Co, IL

 

Eliazabeth Tracy & Michael Butler

1016 – History of Cincinnati and Hamilton County

Thomas Butler was born in County Kildare, Ireland, a son of Michael and Elizabeth (Tracy) Butler, farmers by occupation, both natives of that county, who spent their entire lives in the vicinity of Kildare. They were the parents of four children: Edward, Tobias, Anna and Thomas, all deceased except Thomas. They were residents of this country...

 

James Treacy (b. abt 1850-1855 in Kildare Ireland? or Victoria, Australia? d. 1918-1933 ? in Kerang or Bendigo or Melbourne?, Victoria?, Australia) m. Mary Jane Helms (b: Abt 1856 in Geelong, Victoria, Australia) 1879

(poss d recs inc 1918 age 68 Arm p John & Mary Loughnan; 1933 age 85 N Fitz p Martin & Cath Maher)

Children:

1. Mary Elizabeth Treacy b: 1882 in Kerang, Northern Victoria, Australia

2. John William Treacy b: 1885 in Kerang, Northern Victoria, Australia

3. Matthew Treacy b: 1895 in Kerang, Northern Victoria, Australia              

 

Bridgitta Tracey (d. of Jacobi Tracey & Margaritae Flood of Ballytore? [Kildare] ) of 27 Charlotte St m. Joannes Mac Donnell (s. of Danielis Mac Donnell & Mariae of Arklow) of Kingstown on 2 June 1861 Wit: Edward Mullen of Kingstown & Bridget Mac Donnell of Kingstown

 

Matilda Jane Tracey

Looking for the parents of Matilda Jane Tracey, can anyone help me. Matilda was born in 1856 in county Kildare Ireland

jan_doh2 14 Sep 2001

 

Joseph Tracy & Mary Cosgrove [Mary (Cosgrove) Tracey, 78, died 29 Jan 1898 Salem Massachusetts, Married spouce Joseph Tracy, b. circa 1820 Ireland (d. of  Nicholas & Mary Carroll)]

Bridget Maria Tracy, single, aged 28?, b. Kildare, Irl (d. of Joseph & Maria Cosgrove) m. William Michael Moriarity, single, aged 31, b. Fall River (s. of Michael & Ellen M. Murphy) on the 16 Feb 1882 Salem, Massachusetts

Edward A Tracy, 44, died 02 Dec 1907 Boston Massachusetts, single, b. circa 1863 Peabody Massachusetts (s. of Joseph Tracy & Mary Cosgrove) 

 

Patrick Tracey & Ellen Burnett

Patrick b. 1 December 1876 (LDS)

 

Patrick Treacy m. Ellen Freaney [State Reg Naas Oct-Dec 1905 Vol. 2 page 746] [Note: cannot find her in Census or birth records]

1910 Census – Madison, Morris, New Jersey 

self , Patrick Tracey , M, 31y, Ireland

wife , Helen Tracey , F, 33y, Ireland

dau , Kathleen Tracey , F, 5y, Ireland

dau , Maria Tracey , F, 4y, Ireland

son , James Tracey , M, y 1m, New Jersey

1920 Census - Morris, New Jersey

self  Patric Tracy  M 40y Ireland 

wife  Helen Tracy  F 40y Ireland 

dau  Geoanna Tracy  F 15y Ireland 

dau  Marie Tracy  F 13y Ireland 

son  James Tracy  M 9y New Jersey 

son  Edward Tracy  M 8y New Jersey 

dau  Geardean Tracy  F 4y6m New Jersey 

 Aliex Bucheons  M 10m New York 

1930 Census - Florham Park, Morris, New Jersey

head  Patrick Tracey  M 50 Ireland 

wife  Helen Tracey  F 52 Ireland 

daughter  Marie Tracey  F 24 Ireland 

son  James Tracey  M 20 New Jersey 

son  Edward Tracey  M 18 New Jersey 

daughter  Geraldine Tracey  F 14 New Jersey 

 

Thos Tracey (s. of Patrick Tracey & Rosanna Melia of Co. Kildare) of Green St Barrack m. Catherine Keane (d. of Patrick Keane & Eliza Campbell of Blanchardstown) of Blanchardstown on 16 November 1882 Wit: Bernard Dunn of Tyrone Place & Mary Keane of of Blanchardstown

 

Peter Tracey & Mary Jane Eagan/Pagan

Catherine Jane b. 1847, d. 1889 m. Gideon Cranston (LDS)

 

1. Thomas Tracy married Anna or Elizabeth

1.1 Patrick James (1829-February 21, 1881) married Catherine Havey

1.1.1 Margaret (27 Sep 1858-24 Sep 1913). Married Robert Downie 1893 Denver, Colorado. Buried St. Mary's Cemetery, Lyndon Station, WI

1.1.2 Mary (23 Aug 1860-20 Jan 1911). Married John C. Cooper 23 November 1887 Evanston, IL

1.1.3 Delia Bridget (Jun 1864-1927). Buried St. Mary's Cemetery, Lyndon Station, WI

1.1.4 Thomas Bernard (Oct 1864-21 Aug 1933). Married Catherine Egan 27 Oct 1897. Buried St. Mary's Cemetery, Lyndon Station, WI

1.1.4.1 Ella Catherine

1.1.4.2 Thomas Bernard

1.1.5 Anna Elizabeth (1865-1937). Married Fred Thomas 21 Jul 1896 Butt MT.

1.1.5.1 George

1.1.5.2 Phyllis

1.1.5.3 Fred

1.1.6 Catherine (Mar 1872-1959). Buried St. Mary's Cemetery, Lyndon Station, WI

1.1.7 Patrick James (Jun 1874-27 Feb 1937). Buried St. Mary's Cemetery, Lyndon Station, WI

1.1.8 Edward F (Apr 1876-1933). Buried St. Mary's Cemetery, Lyndon Station, WI

1.1.9 William Hevey (Jul 1880-1926)

1.1.9.1 Carroll William Tracy b. 13 Aug 1906 in Butte, MT

1.1.9.2 Ambrose Tracy b. 27 Apr 1908 in Lyndon Station

1.1.9.3 Catharine Tracy b. 17 Feb 1910

1.1.9.4 Mary Tracy b. 24 Jul 1911 in Lyndon Station, WI

1.1.9.5 James Tracy b. 17 Jan 1913 in Lyndon Station, WI

 http://www.gencircles.com/users/tracyandkemper/11/data/800

 

Anne Tracey (d. of William Tracey & Anne Dunne of Co. Kildare) of 16 Summer Hill m. John Lennon (s. of Thomas Lennon & Mary Kelly, dead) of 3 Devlin Place on 15 August 1887 Wit: William Hyland of 61 Marlboro St & Anne Farrell of 2 Frederick Court

 

 Athy

 

James Tracy, single, 26 years (s. of John Tracy) m. Margaret Carroll, single, 26 years (d. of Daniel Carroll) 24 Nov 1864 St Michaels, Kings, Ireland

 

John Treacy & Catherine Tomlinson

John Treacy b. 1806 Athy County Kildare, Ireland d. 1869 Ondit, Victoria, Australia

 

Margaret Treacy

Patrick Treacy b. 14 Jun 1870 Athy (LDS)

 

Martin Treacy & Mary Connor

William b. 7 April 1864 Athy (LDS)

Bridget b. 10 July 1866 Athy (LDS)

James b. 28 Mar 1869 Athy (LDS)

 

Michael Tr(e)acy (b. abt 1827 in Nicholastown, Athy d. 13 Nov 1902 in Riverstown, Monasterevan) m. Kate/Catherine Devoy 24 May 1866

Children:

John Treacy b: 14 Jan 1869 Monasterevan (LDS) m. Rita Holland

Catherine Treacy b. 4 March 1870 Monasterevan (LDS)

James Treacy b: 29 Nov 1871 Monasterevan (LDS)

William Treacy b: 26 Feb 1874 Monasterevan (LDS)

Patrick Treacy b. 19 Nov 1875 (LDS)

Has ChildrenElizabeth Treacy b: 15 Jul 1877 Crockenelia (LDS) m. Patrick Okeena (b: Abt 1857 Ireland)

Mary Treacy b: 5 Aug 1879 Monasterevan, Athy (LDS)

Agnes Treacy b: Abt 1879

The Treacy burial place is in Nicholastown cemetery, Athy. James Miller (1900 -1974) of Glasshouse, a grandson of John Devoy (d. 1862)and Anne Devoy (Bridgett), purchased the Treacy farm at Riverstown, Monasterevan.

http://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-67434342/flynn?rootIndivudalID=3000304&familyTreeID=3

 

William Tracey (s. of Patrick Tracey) m. Mary Anne Carmichel (d. of George Carmichel) 14 Jan 1851 Athy, Kild, Ireland

William Tracey and Marianne Carmichael 1851 (Dublin Marriage Licence)

 

 Ballymore Eustace

 

Anne Tracy (d. of James Tracey & Kate Lawler of Ballymore Eustace) of 4 Plunkett Cottages m. Laurence Brennan (s. of Laurence Brennan & Ellen Nolan of Nurney Co. Kildare) of Ballyoan Co. Kildare on 18 September 1898 Wit: John Brennan of Curragh Camp & Ellen Doyle of 4 Plunkett Cottages Rathmines http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/rathmines_mf_1882-1906_ma_0108.pdf

 

 

Name: Sarah Tracey née Slattery, born 1916 Ballymore

Title: Irish Life and Lore Kildare Collection, CD 26

Subject: Memories of Ballymore Eustace

Recorded by: Maurice O’Keeffe

Date: 2009

Time: 70:28

Description: The Slattery family came from Harristown and Sarah Tracey’s grandfather was First Huntsman to Lord la Touche in Harristown House. Sarah has clear memories of her early days in Ballymore Eustace, the forge, the local bar and groceries, drapers, the post office and the thatched houses. She recounts the names of all the family owned businesses in the town. She recalls the activities of the Black and Tans in her native area, and also her own early days in employment as housekeeper for a Jewish family in Dublin. She remembers the advent of the creameries around the countryside, and the employment provided by the big estates. Sarah’s mother came originally from Carrigmacross and she brought with her the tradition of lace work, and sold her craftwork to the local people.

Irish Life and Lore Series - Kildare Collection www.irishlifeandlore.com

 

 

 

Graveyard in Ballymore Eustace  04 March 2014

I grew up within a stone's throw of Coughlanstown graveyard which is adjacent to Stonebrook Petting Farm.  The church (RC), which is now in disrepair was decommissioned perhaps in the 16th or 17th century - I have the date written somewhere if of interest.  The old parish of Coughlanstown incorporated the townslands of Donode and Coughlanstown itself, which are both part of Ballymore Eustace parish today.  There have been people buried here as recently as 2009 but these people were all very local.  I would say you have to go back to the 19th century for Coughlanstown cemetary to have been used on a more widespread basis.  There are a few clear headstones but not many and my guess would be that people buried here would have been resident in Coughlanstown, Harristown, Mullaboy, Donode, Mullaboden, Stonebrook, Susheen townslands rather than the wider Ballymore Eustace parish.  Besides the main cemetary in Ballymore Eustace which is newer, there were people buried in Ballybought (which is very hard to find) and Tipperkevin as well as Coughlanstown and Hollywood.

I have heard that a Treacy family were the caretakers to that church.  They lived in Coughlanstown and retained the key long after the church was decomissioned.  The last surviving Treacy was buried in the 19th century in the graveyard with the key.

http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=276689.msg5242556#msg5242556

 

 

 Carbury & Dunforth

 

Patrick Tracy of Co. Kildare or Meath

Seeking info on townland of my ggrandfather Patrick Tracy who emigrated from either the Carberry district of Kildare or Clonard in Meath in about 1850. He eventually settled in Juneau Co, Wi and married Catherine He(a)vey who was from the Moy valley, Kildare.

Tom Tracy February 02, 2000

 

 

 Castledermot

 

Aug 6, 1923 (IT) Marriages

Humphreys and Treacy - July 25 1923, at Castledermot Church, by the Rev H.A.D. Barbor, Willie, second son of the late Mr. and mrs Humphreys, Post Office Castledermot to Caroline Carrie?, daughter of Mr and Mrs Treacy, Newtown?, Castledermot.

 

Jul 7, 1920 (IT) Marriages

Ruddock and Treacy - At St. James Church, Castledermot, by Rev. H.A.D. Barber, MA, Willie Edward, eldest son of Mr and Mrs R Ruddock, Oldbridge, Drogheda, to Emmie, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Treacy, Moorstown, Castledermot.

Emma Tr(e)ac(e)y (1895 – 1975) married William Edward Ruddock (1896 – 1938) St James, Castedermot, Ireland on June 30, 1920.

10 children: William James, Reginald Treacy, Richard Treacy (twins), John Alexander, Adelaide Joyce, Charles Cecil, Kenneth Edward, Daphne Emma, Norman and Gladys Hazel.
Looking for any information on this family.
Lewis M. Ruddick Lewis Ruddick November 25, 2007

(State Registration: Tracey, Emma, Baltinglass, 4th Quarter 1895 2 336)

 

Helen Treacy (b. 1 February 1893 Castledermot Athy Kildare d. 26 May 1975 Kiltown, Castlecomer, Kilkenny) m. Philip Stone of Skehanna Castlecomer Kilkenny abt. 1917.

William Leacock http://www.gencircles.com/users/leacock

Stone – Treacy:– June 27 1917, at Castledermott Church, Co. Kildare, Philip Stone, son of George Stone, Skehans, Castlecomer, to Helen Treacy, daughter of James Treacy, Newtown, Castledermott.

 

Mary Tracey, single, (d. of James Tracey) m. Luke Giffin, 30 years, widowed (s. of James Giffin) 05 May 1864 Castledermot, Kild, Ireland (LDS)

 

John Tr(e)ac(e)y/Treasy & Mary Byrne

Alicia b. 25 September 1864 Castledermot (LDS)

Sarah b. 21 July 1866 Castledermot (LDS)

Hanna b. 18 September 1868 (LDS)

Mary Anne b. 14 February 1872 Castledermot (LDS)

James Tracey b. 4 May 1874 Castledermot (LDS)

 

Leeson? Treacy, Farmer of Plunketstown (s. Of William Treacy, Farmer) m. Martha Neale of Ballycook [Carlow] (d. Of Samuel Neale, Farmer) 14th Nov 1900 Parish Church Kinneagh. Witness: Richard Treacy & Annie Neale. by Charles W. Granly

Leeson Treacy m. Martha Neale 1900 (State Reg:  Baltinglass Oct - Dec 1900 2 383) [see 1901 & 1911 census Kildare, b. Kilkenny]

[see Gleeson Treacy b. 1871 (State Reg: Castlecomer 1871 3 570)]

Richard Leslie Treacy, b. ??13 Feb 18 Castle Deromot Irfr 

Arrival Date: 26 Nov 1947 Buffalo, New York from Canada

Richard Leslie Treacy, b. ??13 Feb 18 Plunketstown Ireland 

Arrival Date: 18 Aug 1947  Buffalo, New York from Canada, 

[State Reg Birth: Richard Leslie Treacy, Baltinglass Apr - Jun 1913 Volume Number: 2 Page Number: 363]

[Richard Leslie Treacy, b. 15 Feb 1913 Mother: Neale, Death 18 Feb 1997 [92243 El Centro, Imperial] San Diego, California, United States]

 

Martha Treacey of Plunketstown Castledermot (d. Of William Treacy, Farmer) m. Richard William Gillespie of Bortle Kiltegan [Wicklow] (s. Of John Gillespie, Farmer) June 1889 Parish Church Kinneagh. Witness: Martha Neale & John Eagar. Charles W. Granly, Rector

 

 

 Celbridge

 

1868 Boston Pilot

Of John and Michael Tracy, sons of Christopher Tracy, of Castletown, Selbridge, [Kildrought, Celbridge] county Kildare, Ireland. John has been about 44 years in the United States, and I heard that he was a factory master in Lower Stockbridge, Monroe county, Massachusetts, and I heard at one time that he was in the State of Ohio. Michael has been in the United States about 30 years. I have received no letters from them since they left Ireland. Any information of them, dead or alive, will be thankfully received by their sister, Ann Tracy, London, Ontario, Post-office.

 

John Tracey/Treacy & Anne/Margaret Nugent

John b. 7 August 1866 Celbridge (LDS)

Margaret b. 3 June 1869 Celbridge (LDS) Margaret

 

Kaye Tracey d. 05 Jun 1865 Celbridge, Co. Kildare, Widowed Spouse's Name: John Tracey

 

Joseph & Mary Anne Treacey of Celbridge

Alfred Treacey (s. of Joseph & Mary Anne Treacey of Celbridge) m. Bridget Boyle (d. of James & Anne Boyle of Lucan) 1/6/1879 (Wit Mary Anne Treacey). Clondalkin RC (State Reg: Alfred Treacy, Celbridge, 2nd Quarter 1879 2 409)

Alfred Treacy & Bridgid of Chapelizod

Elizabeth Anne b. 18/3/1880 bapt. 21/3/1880 Sp Patrick Boyle & Marcella Treacy. Chapelizod RC (State Reg: Tracey, Elizabeth Anne, Dublin North, 2nd Quarter 1880 2 515

Marcella b. 1882 (State Reg: Tracy, Marcella, Dublin South, 4th Quarter 1882 2 624)

My great aunt, Elizabeth Tracy's (Tracey) marriage license states Dublin as place of birth. Based on Census records I figure her birth to be between 1881-1883. Parents - Alfred Tracey & Bridget Boyle Tracey. Sister, Marcella also born in Ireland about 1884-85. Believe they migrated to US (NJ) in about 1885.

Kathy 4 March 2005

Can you advise how I proceed to get both Alfred & Bridget's birth records?  I do not know where in Ireland/England he was born but do know it was approximately 1855.  Based on her death certificate (in Jersey City) she was born about 1859. On the baptismal records of some of her children are what I think might be her siblings or relatives (Earl Boyle, Lizzie Boyle and Anne Boyle).  Any advice you can provide would be greatly appreciated.  Not sure how to learn who Alfred & Bridget had for siblings, though I strongly suspect some of the family also came to Jersey City.  Alfred and Bridget came over somewhere after 1882 but before 1884 as their third child was born in the States in 1884.

Kathy Noone, Genealogy Searcher geniesrcher@msn.com 16 May 2010

 

William Fennell m. Catherine Rowley 29 November 1873, St. Patricks, Celbridge, Co. Kildare Wit:  Alfred Tracey & Mary Healy

http://gw.geneanet.org/wicktipp?lang=en;pz=muriel;nz=koyce;ocz=0;p=william;n=fennell

 

Laurence Tracey & Eliza Farrell

Joseph b. 3 April 1864 Celbridge (LDS)

 

Christopher Treacy m. Ellen Mulhall 1873 [State Reg: Dublin South, 1873 2 827]

Christopher John Tracey & Ellen Mulhale [same family?]

Laurence Michael Tracey b. 16 Nov 1878 Dundalk, Louth, Ireland 

Christopher Tracey & Ellen Mulhall

James Maurice b. 15 November 1880 of 184 Upper Sheriff Street Dublin (LDS)

Elizabeth Anne Treacy [b. 1877 London] m. Edward Timlin 1894 [State Reg: Dublin North Oct - Dec 1894  2  534]

Elizabeth Treacy & Edmund Temlin [Timlin] (Harrinton Road)

Albert Edmund Temlin b. 30 January 1898 bapt. 1 February 1898 of 13 Ovoca Rd Sp. Mary E Quinn. Contraxit? Matro? cum Julia Clarke Earl? St Marys Harrington? Rd 2 Oct 1933 http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/harrington-street_mf_1890-1901_ba_0215.pdf

March 1890

...The passengers were received at the North Wall Station by Mr. John Humphreys, the superintendent of the Depot, and his assistant, Inspector Treacy...

2 January 1894 Freeman's Journal

Christo Treacy, 11 Wapping street, North Wall, Dublin.

1896 Great Northern Railway

Christopher Tracey, INSP, North Wall, Dublin

1897 [C.8410] Railway accidents

North Wall [Dublin] accident...Christopher Tracy states: I have been 26 years in the service of the London and North-Western Railway, and am platform inspector at North Wall. On the 7th August I was on duty on the platform...

Mar 31, 1900 (IT) The Queens Escort - Arrival in Dublin

...North Wall...London and North Western Railway Company...Mr. Tracy, station master...

Mar 11, 1902 (IT)

...London and North Western Railway Company...C. Tracey (station master)...

May 14, 1904 (IT) Departure of the Duke of Connaught

...North Wall...Mr. Tracey, stationmaster...

1901 Census

Christopher Treacy, 49, M, 11 New Wapping, North Dock, Dublin, Railway Station Master, R Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Kildare

Christopher John Treacy, 25, M, New Wapping, North Dock, Dublin, Pensioner Army, R C, Son, Single, England

Edward, Timlin, Brunswick Street Great, South Dock, Dublin, 33, M, Fermanagh, Constable D.M.P., Roman Catholic, Read and write, Head of Family, Married,

Elizabeth Annie, Timlin, Brunswick Street Great, South Dock, Dublin, 24, F, London, Roman Catholic, Read and write, Wife, Married,

John Alexnder L, Timlin, Brunswick Street Great, South Dock, Dublin, 5, M,

Albert Edmond, Timlin, Brunswick Street Great, South Dock, Dublin, 3, M, Dublin, Roman Catholic, Scholar, Son, Not Married,

Elsie Florence, Timlin, Brunswick Street Great, South Dock, Dublin, 0, F, Dublin, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married,

1911 Census

Christopher Treacy, 59 years, M Watford Hertfordshire

Christopher John Treacy, 38 years, M Watford Hertfordshire

Edward, Timlin, North Strand Road, North Dock, Dublin, 43, M, Co Fermanagh, Stn Sergt DM Police, Roman Catholic, Read and write, Head of Family, Married

Elizabeth Annie, Timlin, North Strand Road, North Dock, Dublin, 34, F, England, Roman Catholic, Read and write, Wife, Married, 16, 6, 6

John Alexander, Timlin, North Strand Road, North Dock, Dublin, 15, M, Dublin City, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Read and write, Irish and English, Son, Single,

Albert Edmund, Timlin, North Strand Road, North Dock, Dublin, 13, M, Dublin City, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Read and write, Irish and English, Son, Single,

Elsie Florence, Timlin, North Strand Road, North Dock, Dublin, 10, F, Dublin City, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Read and write, Daughter, Single,

George Bernard, Timlin, North Strand Road, North Dock, Dublin, 9, M, Dublin City, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Read and write, Son, Single,

Francis Joseph, Timlin, North Strand Road, North Dock, Dublin, 5, M, Dublin City, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Read only, Son, Single,

Christopher Laurence, Timlin, North Strand Road, North Dock, Dublin, 1, M, Dublin City, Roman Catholic, Cannot read, Son, Single

Mar 15, 1915 (FJ) Death

Treacy - March 14, 1915, at the residence of his son-in-law, E. Timlin, 109 North strand Road, Christopher Treacy, aged 64 years, eldest son of the late Laurence Treacy, Castletown, Celbridge, county Kildare, late Irish Mail Guard, Euston, and for 42 years in the Service of the L. and N.W. Railway; deeply regretted by his sorrowing family anf many friends. RIP. Funeral from St. Laurence O'Toole Church, after 10 o'clock Mass on to-morrow (Tuesday) morning, the 18th inst to Galnevin Cemetery. (English papers, please copy)

Christopher Treacy d.14 Mar 1915 100 North Strand Road Dublin, railway guard, to Ellen Treacy widow

No.730 Deansgrange Cemetery

Of your charity | pray for the soul of |

James Maurice Treacy | who died 30th August 1892 | aged 11 years | R.I.P. | Erected by his loving parents | and

Uncle Laurence | Also of his brother |

Christopher John | died 4th December 1914 | aged 39 years | and of their father |

Christopher Treacy | who died 14th March 1915 | aged 64 years | Also of

Ellen beloved wife | of the above |

Christopher Treacy | who died 21st August 1915 | aged 66 years

 

Christopher John Tracy, b. Hardingstone Northamptonshire 1875

C J Treacy, 25483 Royal Engineers Boer War 1899-1902

 

Elizabeth Annie Tracy, b.  Brentford Middlesex 1877

 

[Note: Railway employment records are available on Ancestry.com]

 

Treacy - December 23, 1930 at Rooske House, Celbridge, to Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Treacy a daughter (Nuala Gertrude).

 

Mar 14, 1925 (IT) Death

Tracey - March 6, 1925, Patrick Tracey, senior, "Roofte", Celbridge, County Kildare. Deeply regretted by his nieces and nephews.

 

Ladychapel Cemetery Celbridge

Erected by Michael Treacy of Rooske, in memory of his beloved Wife, Mary, who died, 5th December 1901 aged 46, Here also is interred the remains of the above named Michael Treacy, who died, 2oth August 1905 aged 70 years.

 

 

 Clane

 

In the Griffiths Valuation of 1851 the following were recorded:

Baltracey townland of the Parish of Balraheen (Ord. S. ???) 707 acres

Map (# of 18)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

17

William Tracey

Samuel N. Watson, Esq

House, offices & land

14a 1r 27p

£14.0.0/£1.15.0

 

 

Eliza Tracey, 17 years (d. of Peter Tracey) m. Walter Magee, 20 years (s. of John Magee) 25 Feb 1862 Ballynafagh, Kild, Ire. (LDS)

 

Mary Tracey & John Grace

Any information on George Edward Grace b. 1841 Donadea, Kildare, Ireland to John Grace and Mary Tracey would be greatly appreciated.

buxtonchurch@yahoo.com.au petergrace Jul 16, 2008

Michael Treacy & Mary Kehoe

Daniel b. 6 January 1881 Rooske (LDS) [Clane???]

 

Thomas Tracey & Julia Maloney/Mollon(e)y

Mary Anne b. 25 November 1873 Clane & Timahoe (LDS) Molloney

William b. 12 September 1875 Clane & Timalin (LDS) Mollony

Catherine b. 17 February 1878 The Cott (LDS)

Margaret b. 1 October 1879 Prosperous (LDS)

 

27 August 1880 Freeman's Journal

William Treacy, of Baltreacy, same county. his remains will be removed for interment in lucan Cemetery on to-morrow (Saturday) morning.

28 February 1894 Freeman's Journal

Tracy-February 23, 1894, at her residence, Hodgestown, county Kildare, Mrs Ann Tracy, relict of the late William Tracy...

Aug 30, 1919 (IT) Death

Tracey - August 13 1919, at his residence, Hodgestown, Donadee, John, second son of the William Tracey, of Baltracey.

 

 

 Curragh Camp

 

Charles Tracey & Eliza Dodd

Arthur Harry b. 19 December 1877 Curraght Camp (LDS)

 

Registry of Shipping and Seamen

J A Tracey 21/03/1938 Curragh, Co. Kildare. R754738

 

"In memory of Sapper J.C. Tracey Tenth Copy Royal Engineers died at the Curragh 11th March 1896 aged 20 years. Erected by the officers and men of his company."

 

1886-1900 Antwerp Police Immigration Index, Belgium

Louise Treacy, b. 1876 Currock-Camp, Ireland

 

Thomas Tracey & Anne Mary Waters [see 1881 British Census]

Marcus Jn b. 4 March 1864 RC Killarney (LDS) (State Reg: Tracey, Mark John, Killarney, Kerry. 5 322)

Mary Johanna Tracey b. 4 March 1864 Cork Barrick Sp. Mary Waters. Rev. D.E. Kerricusis

1881 British Census

Thomas Treacy, 52 years, born Trichinopoly (BS) East Indies, married, merchants clerk, 15 Rosamuns St Kingston-upon-Hull York

Hannah M, 36 years, born Cork, wife

Mark J, 17 years, born Killarney, son

Emma, 16 years, born Taunton Somerset, daughter

Louisa M, 14 years, born Curragh Camp, daughter

Alice M, 10 years, born Hull York, daughter

Thomas F, 8 years, born Hull York, son

Albert H, 6 years, born Hull York, son

Alfred E, 3 years, born Hull York, son

Thomas Treacy (b. Trichinopoly [India?]) & Hannah ???

Mark Treacy b. 1864 Killarney, Ireland

Emma Treacy b.  1865 Taunton, Somerset, England

Lousia Treacy b.  1867 Curragh Camp, Kildare, Ireland

Sarah treacy b.  1869 Hull, Yorkshire, England

Alice Mary Treacy b.  1870 Hull, Yorkshire, England m. FRED HOLLINGSWORTH

Thomas Treacy b.  1872 Hull, Yorkshire, England

Albert Treacy b.  1875 Hull, Yorkshire, England

Alfred Treacy b.  1878 Hull, Yorkshire, England

http://www.tribalpages.com/family-tree/thecollards/72/17443/Thomas-TREACY-Family

 

 

 

Timothy Philip Treacy

A native of the Curragh of Kildare, Ireland. He has been involved with music from a very early age and was strongly influenced by his Father and Mother's own musicality, and this exposure to music eventually resulted in his love and passion for music that he has today. Without his Dad's influence as a performing singer, he might have never 'gone the music route in life.' 

Boston University distance education program

http://sites.google.com/site/timtreacy/index.html

 

Nicola Joyce, Aisling Ryan, and Tim Treacy gather around a piano in Elizabeth Shannon’s home to hear the story of Muriel Hagerty, whose $100,000 legacy will help these Irish students pursue their dreams. The three arrived at Boston Univesity in late February 2005. All post-graduate students in music education at the University of Limerick, they are student teaching at Boston Latin School, working with College of Fine Arts Associate Professor William G. McManus as the 2005 recipients of the Shannon Fellowship. Although the program typically accepts only two students a year, Shannon says it was “impossible” to choose among them.

 

tim treacy

Photo by Kalman Zabarsky

 

 

 Kilcock

 

26 July 1884 Freeman's Journal

Andrew Treacy. F-Yill. Balintaubber, Roscommon, to Teresa, second daughter of the late Ir James Cleary, Kilcock town.

 

Michael Tr(e)ac(e)y & Eliza Quinn

William Treacy b. 04 Oct 1872 (LDS)

Anne Tracy b. 1 April 1874 Kilcock (LDS)

John Treacy b. 07 Jul 1876 (LDS)

Mary Tracey b. 4 Feb 1878 Taghadoe (LDS) Maynooth

Patrick Tracey b. 16 Mar 1880 Taghadoe (LDS)

 

Registers of Seamen's Services

Thomas Tracey, b. 07 January 1891 Kilcock Kildare, Official Number: K39640 ADM 188/946

 

 

 Kilcullen

                              

 

Richard Terrence & Bridget Toole

 

Richard Terrens, baptised 9/9/1810, Kilcullen Roman Catholic parish, Co Kildare, Ireland. Sponsors were William Tracy & Mary Tracy

 

 

 

Stephen Tracey

Ryston Sports and Social Club which is situated on the Athgarvan Rd, Newbridge, Co.Kildare.

National Champion 2005, 2006 (29kg), 2007, 2008, 2009 (42kg), 2010 48Kg light flyweight Youth
Irish squad Brandenburg Cup (Frankfurt/Oder) Feb 16/22nd 2010 - 48Kg: Stephen Tracey (Ryston) bronze medal from the multi-nations championship held in Germany. He was beaten on a count-back by Nikolai Chaskin of Estonia.

He is hoping to be selected for an Irish team that will compete in the World Youth Championships in Azerbaijan In April 2010.

 

Stephen Treacy.jpg

Stephen Tracey 2010

 

 

 

 Kildare & Rathangan

 

Andrew Tracey, 80 years, single, farm labourer, d. 02 Nov 1864 Mooretown Kildare, County Kildare, Ireland

 

James Trac(e)y & Margaret Fay/Foy/Hoy

James Treacy b. 15 April 1867 Kildare (LDS)

Andrew b. 17 October 1869 (LDS)

Mary Anne Tracey b. 24 April 1872 Kildare (LDS) Fay/Foy

Margaret b. 17 December 1875 (LDS)

Christopher Tracey b. 14 May 1879 (LDS) Fay

Elizabeth b. 28 October 1880 Kildare (LDS)

 

1. John Treacy & Ann ??? (see Treacys of Ballymena Antrim)

1.1 William Augustus Treacy (circa 1818 – 1886)

1.2 Anne b. 3 June 1821 Ballymena (LDS)

1.3 Elizabeth Willoughby Treacy (1821-1896) Known in Young Ireland circles as ‘Finola’. She was often published in The Nation, and also published work in the Belfast Vindictor.

John Treacy, Esq of Antrim

(his youngest daughter)

1.4 Catherine Hyndman Treacy b. about 1830 Antrim m. Robert Ball Steele (b. 24 May 1826) 1858

Robert Lawrence Ball Steele b. 30 September 1859 Rathbride Kildare (LDS)

Catherine Treacy Steele (Burke, Sir Bernard (1863) A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland)

John Treacy Steele b. about 1861 Rathbride Kildare (LDS)

Anne Treacy Steele b. about 1864 Rathbride Kildare (LDS)

Steele of Rathbride - Drogheda, Droichead Atha
Looking for information regarding this family. Laurence Steele, William Edward Steele MD, Robert Ball Steele, John Treacy Steele, Arthur Maule Steele and William Steele are some of the family. They came to Ireland about 1640 and were known to be there as late as 1906. Were in Counties Kildare, Dublin, Louth, Donegal and Antrim to name a few.

Steele Family - Drogheda, Droichead Atha
Looking for information regarding Steele family members Robert Ball Steele, John Treacy Steele, Catherine Steele, Jane West Steele, Arthur Litchfield Steele and Thomas Steele. Are there any Steele's Still living in the County of Louth.

 

Mary Tracy b. about 1852 Kildare Kildare (LDS)

 

Mary Tracy m. Michael McDonnel 24 November 1873 Kildare & Rathangan RC (LDS)

 

1902 Rathangan

When Mary Ann Treacy married Michael Kelly in 1902, she persuaded him to sell his Kilkenny farm and buy a drapery shop for her in Rathangan, Co. Kildare. ...

Clear, Caitriona (2007) Social Change and Everyday Life in Ireland, 1850-1922 - Page 31

Laverty, Maura (Kelly) (May 15, 1907- ), Irish novelist, was born in Rathangan, County Kildare, Ireland, the daughter of Michael Kelly and Mary Ann (Treacy) Kelly. Part of her girlhood was spent on her grandmother's farm, the "Derrymore ...

Twentieth century authors: a biographical dictionary of modern literature. Supplement (1955)

 

 

 Kill

 

May 22, 1873 (FJ) Marriages

Coonan and Treacy - May 19, at Kill Roman Catholic Church, Co. Kildare, by the Rev M. Dunne CC, John, fourth son of the late Mr. John Coonan, of Newcastle, Co. Dublin, to Kate, youngest daughter of Mr. John Treacey, Ardclough, Co. Kildare.

 

14 October 1873 Freeman's Journal

Tracey-Oct. 12, at his residence, Ardclough [Ardclogh], County Kildare, after a long and painful illness, which he bore with Christian fortitude, Mr. John Tracey in the ...

 

21 September 1882 Freeman's Journal

TRACEY-Sept 20?, 1882, at his residence, Ardcough, County Kildare, in the 82 year of his age, Chrisopher Tracey. R 1 P.

 

Michael Tracy & Eliza McNally

Catherine b. 19 February 1880 Boston (LDS)

 

mick-treacy's-boot-and-shoe

Mick Treacy's boot and shoe repair workshop

Ardclough GAA

 

The club was founded in Mick Treacy's boot and shoe repair workshop, at 13 Lock Lyons, in August 1936 with Mick Treacy as Chairman (1936-1938), Dan Graham as Treasurer and Johnny O'Grady as Secretary. Mick Treacy and Johnny O'Grady travelled to Dublin to buy the first set of jersey's, socks and shorts for the club in Elvery's at
a cost of £23/15s/0d

mick-treacy-dan-graham-n-jo

Mick Treacy, Dan Graham & Johnny O'Grady

 

 

 Maynooth

 

Michael Tr(e)ac(e)y & Eliza Quinn

William Treacy b. 04 Oct 1872 (LDS)

Anne Tracy b. 1 April 1874 Kilcock (LDS)

John Treacy b. 07 Jul 1876 (LDS)

Mary Tracey b. 4 Feb 1878 Taghadoe (LDS) Maynooth

Patrick Tracey b. 16 Mar 1880 Taghadoe (LDS)

 

Margarita Tracey b. 16/6/1857

 

Thomas Tracy b. 31/7/1859

 

Thomas Tracy, 22414 or 390347, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, served twenty years Dublin Fusiliers (Militia)

50 years, b. 1865, labourer, single, 5'3", 35.5" chest, Edward Tracy, Maynooth brother next of kin

Kildare

 

 

 Monasterevan

 

John Tracy & Mary McGovern [see 1891 UK Census]

Sarah b. 10 June 1880 Monasterevan (LDS)

 

Michael Tr(e)acy (b. abt 1827 in Nicholastown, Athy d. 13 Nov 1902 in Riverstown, Monasterevan) m. Kate/Catherine Devoy (b: Abt 1840 in Courtwood, Ballybrittas, County Laois) 24 May 1866

Children:

John Treacy b: 14 Jan 1869 Monasterevan (LDS) m. Rita Holland

Catherine Treacy b. 4 March 1870 Monasterevan (LDS)

James Treacy b: 29 Nov 1871 Monasterevan (LDS)

William Treacy b: 26 Feb 1874 Monasterevan (LDS)

Patrick Treacy b. 19 Nov 1875 (LDS)

Has ChildrenElizabeth Treacy b: 15 Jul 1877 Crockenelia (LDS) m. Patrick Okeena (b: Abt 1857 Ireland)

Mary Treacy b: 5 Aug 1879 Monasterevan, Athy (LDS)

Agnes Treacy b: Abt 1879

The Treacy burial place is in Nicholastown cemetery, Athy. James Miller (1900 -1974) of Glasshouse, a grandson of John Devoy (d. 1862) and Anne Devoy (Bridgett), purchased the Treacy farm at Riverstown, Monasterevan.

http://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-67434342/flynn?rootIndivudalID=3000304&familyTreeID=3

 

Patrick Tr(e)acy & Kate/Catherine Doolan

Mary b. 22 March 1870 Monasterevan (LDS)

Patrick Treacy b. 2 August 1874 Monasterevan (LDS)

 

Patrick Treacy & Catherine Doran

Catherine b. 18 July 1876 Clogheen (LDS)

 

 

 Naas/Caragh

 

From the middle of the 1800’s, two of the families of Naas had similar details. One family was headed by Richard Holden Tracy, Protestant, Town Commissioner and Poor Law Union member, and the other by Richard Treacy, Roman Catholic, Town Commissioner. Two of the sons of Tracy married daughters of Treacy.

In order to reduce confusion that may arise, the details of the Roman Catholic family are included in this section, and the majority of the details of the Protestant family are located at Cantrell Tracy of Naas

 

Catherine Tracy & Michael McGrath

I am researching my family tree and am seeking information on my gg grandparents, Michael & Catherine Mcgrath (nee Tracy). They were married in Naas on 8 January 1851. The witnesses on their marriage record were James Hearns and Mary Anne Tracy. Michael was a bootmaker and they emigrated to Victoria Australia sometime between 1851 and 1861 and had 9 children - Teresa, Mary Ann, Elizabeth, Patrick, Caroline, John, Charles, Charlotte and Henry. The first four children were possibly born in Ireland. Seeking any information.

Michael & Catherine McGrath (nee Tracey) (Nov 08)

Tracy - December 22nd 1874, at her residence, Halverstown, Mrs. Catherine Tracy, aged 72 years. Her remains will be removed for internment at Two-mile House Cemetery on tomorrow (Thursday) at one o'clock. R.I.P.

 

Christopher Treacy, 25875, Pte, 4th Bat Royal Dublin Fuss, enlisted 28/1/1916, discharged 20/10/1916, pension refused 27/10/1916 allowed March? 1917

24 years b. 1892, General labourer, married 2 children,

Address Sallins Rd Road [Naas], Co. Kildare. Letter April 1918 addressed C Treacy, Abby Terrace, Naas.

 

David Treacy m. Eliza Gibbons [State Reg: Naas, 1st Quarter 1886 2 752]

May 13, 1899 (KO) Leinster Leader

...Mr. David Tracey, foreman...

Jun 3, 1899 (KO)

...Mr. D. Treacy, foreman printer in the "leader" [Leinster Leader] office...How long are you in the printing business? The best portion of my life...

1901 Census Nass Urban Kildare

1911 Census lived at North King St. Dublin

November 28, 1932 (IP) Marriage

Treacy and Cullen - On November 21, 1932, at St. Paul's Arran Quay...Patrick, son of the late David and Elizabeth Treacy, Dolphin's Barn, to Annie Frances, daughter of William and the late Mary A. Cullen, North King Street, Dublin.

Ann Frances Cullen (Sept 16, 1892-Jun 12, 1982): Married in 1940 [1932?] to Patrick Tracey (1884-Jan 21, 1942). Resided at 157 [137?] Nth King St, Dublin.

http://members.bex.net/jtcullen515/Finian.htm

 

George Treacy Sapper Royal Engineers attd. Airborne Forces. Age: 26 Date of Death: 17/07/1945 Service No: 1950948 Son of James and Mary Treacy, of Naas.

 

John Treacy & Kate O’Regan

Ellen b. 16 July 1880 Johnstown (LDS)

 

2 October 1883 Freeman's Journal

Treacy, youngest son of the late Mr John Treacy, Halverstown, Nass, county Kildare, 30 years with the Great Southern and Western Railway.

 

Mary Tracey, single, (d. of Michael Tracey) m. Christopher Archbold, single (s. of Mathew Archbold) 29 Oct 1868 Canagh, [Caragh?] Co. Kildare, Ireland

 

Mary Treacy Kelly, 28 years, widow of Kelly (d. of Edward Treacy) m. Thomas Larissy, 23 years, single (s. of Daniel Larissy) 24 Feb 1867 Naas, Kildare, Ireland

 

Joannes Tracey (s. of Michaelis Tracey & Catharina Connor of Caragh) of Caragh Co Kildare m. Maria Cullen (d. of Gulieli Cullen of Garden Lane) of Garden Lane on 14 May 1857 Wit: Michael Tracey [& Anna Tracey] of Caragh Co Kildare and Joseph Doyle of Naas. St Nicholas parish Dublin.

 

Michael Tracy & Mary Demsey/Dempsey

Mary Catherine Tracy b. 30 Aug 1876 (LDS)

Mary Anne Tracy b. 17 Apr 1878 Halverstown (LDS)

Elizabeth Tracy b. 6 Apr 1879 (LDS)

Bridget Tracy b. 23 Feb 1880 Halverstown (LDS)

 

July 30 1881 (KO) Births

Tracy - At Halverstown, Naas, on the 18th instant, the wife of Mr. Michael Tracy, of a son.

 

Jan 15, 1915 (FJ) Death

Treacy - January 11th 1915 at her residence, Halverstown, Naas, Mrs. Mary Treacy, widow of Michael Treacy. RIP. Funeral on tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 9.30 o'clock to Caragh. Internment immediately after 10 o'clock Mass.

 

Melita 12 Jun 1925 Canada

William Tracey, Age: 40, Civil Servant, b. Naas?, Ireland

Stayed in Canada 1892-1925 Ottowa

Next of Kin: Mrs. John Tracey, Hamilton, Ont.

 

Nicholas Tracey (b. Thomastown, Ireland) & Mary Tracey (b. Haverstown, Ireland) 

Peter Tracey (b. 02 Apr 1870 Thomastown, Iowa  d. 05 Jan 1930  Chicago, Cook, Illinois)  Occupation: Flagman - Street Car  Residence: Chicago, Cook, Illinois  (LDS)

 

Patrick Tr(e)acy & Ellen Byrne

Mary b. 13 May 1864 Naas and Carragh (LDS)

Bridget b. 12 February 1866 Naas and Carragh (LDS)

Catherine Treacy b. 5 April 1868 Naas and Carragh (LDS)

James Treacy b. 29 June 1870 Naas & Carragh (LDS)

Richard b. 1 April 1872 Naas & Carragh (LDS)

William Treacy b. 13 July 1874 (LDS)

 

Richard Tracy & Rose Carroll(e)

Catherine b. 21 August 1866 Naas and Carragh (LDS) (see Cantrell Tracy of Naas)

Elizabeth Tracey b. 27 September 1868 Naas and Carragh (LDS)

Frances Mary b. 04 Oct 1871 Naas and Carragh (LDS)

Rose Anne b. 10 April 1875 Naas (LDS) (see Cantrell Tracy of Naas)

 

March 4, 1878 (FJ) Marriages [RC]

Quinn and Treacey - March 2, at the Church of Our Lady and St David, Naas, by the Rev T Morrin PP, Constable William Quinn, RIC, Kill, County Kildare, to Maggie, eldest daughter of Mr R Treacey, Naas.

 

9 January 1882 Freeman's Journal

... Mrs Rose Treacy, the beloved wife of Richard Treacy, merchant, deeply and sincerely regretted. R I P. Office and High Mass in Naas Church at 10.30 o'clock a u on ...

Jan 14, 1882 (KO) Death of Mrs. Treacy, Naas

It is with feelings of regret that we announce in our obituary column the death of Mrs Treacy, wife of Mr. R Treacy, TC, Naas. Mrs. Treacy had been ailing for some time, and her demise took place on Saturday afternoon. She was buried in Caragh on Monday, and the large attendence of clergy and laity forcibly attested the esteem in which she was held.

Deaths - Treacy - On the 7th Jan, at Naas, Mrs. Rose Treacy, the beloved wife of Richard Treacy, merchant; deeply and sincerely regretted.

14 January 1882 (N) Deaths

Treacy - January 7, at Naas, Mrs. Rose Treacy, the beloved wife of Richard Treacy, merchant, deeply and sincerely regretted. RIP.

 

Sep 22, 1883 (KO) Death of Mr. Richard Treacy, TC

Mr. Richard Treacy, TC, died at his residence, Naas, at an early hour on Wednesday evening. Though, Mr. Treacy, had been in a feeble state of health for a considerable time past, yet it was never suspected that death would come as suddenly as it did. Up to five o'clock on Wednesday afternoon the deceased gentleman was attending as usual to his business duties; but at that hour, as he was about to make preparations to attend a meeting of the local municipal body, he was seized with a fit of apoplexy, from which he never recovered and death ensued in a comparatively brief period. the news of the melancholy occurrance rapidly spread through the town and district; and we are not using the mere facon de parler, or commonplace, generally used to express regret at death, when we say that the intelligence of Mr Treacy's demise was universally received with profound feelings of sorrow. Nor was this surprising, inasmuch as during a life which had almost reached the allotted span of three score and ten, he had gained by his candour of manner and uprightness of dealing, the respect and esteem of all who knew him. In his public capacity as a town commissioner he had the fullest confidence of all the classes, and his career at the municipal board was marked by a thorough straightness and indepence during the very long time he sat at it as a member. Such being the attributes of Mr. treacy's life, those who did not know him can adequately concieve the deep feelings of sorrow which the news of his death engendered in the large circle of his friends and accquaintances. Of the deceased it may be truely said, in the language of a great poet, that he was one of those to whom affluence, position and influence are given and who, having wielded them well,

"Dying, leave no line they wish to blot!"

Yesterday afternoon his remains were interred in the family buriual ground at Caragh and an exceedingly large numberr of people assembled to do honour to his memory. [follows a long list of chlergy but bo list of mouners. No obituary notice listed].

Oct 6, 1883 (KO) The Late Mr. Treacy, TC

"That we desire to express our sincere sympathy with the late Mr. Treacy's family in their bereavement"

Nov 3, 1883 (KO)

In the Goods of Richard Treacy, late of Naas, in the county Kildare, Baker, deceased, who died 19th September 1883...John Treacy, of Newbridge, shopkeeper...granted on the 22nd October 1883...

7 November 1883 Freeman's Journal

... RICHARD TREACY, late of Naas, in the county of Kildare, Baker, Deceased, who died last September, 1IS.3.. All persons claiming to be Creditors of, or to have ...

 

Apr 18, 1891 (KO) Marriage

M'Nerney and Treacy - On March 29 1891 (Easter Monday), by special licence, at Rathmines Catholic Church, John M'Nerney to Elizabeth (Lizzie), fourth daughter of the late Richard Treacy of Naas.

 

Richard Holden Tracy & Margaret McLean/MacLean/McClean (see Cantrell Tracy of Naas)

MALE Tracy b. 13 January 1872 Naas And Carragh (LDS) [Tracy, (male), Naas, 1872 2 964]

Elizabeth Mary McIntosh Tracy b. 13 March 1873 Naas And Carragh (LDS)

MALE Treacy b. 14 Mar 1874 Naas & Carragh (LDS) [Treacy, (male), Naas, 1874 7 913]

Richard Alfred b. 14 January 1878 Naas (LDS)

Sarah Mabel b. 27 June 1879 (LDS)

 

Kildare and Leighlin (see Cantrell Tracy of Naas)

Sarah Tracy (b. about 1844 d. 1907 aged 77 Naas) (d. of James Tracy) m. Joshua Simmonds Cantrell (d. Apr - Jun 1904 aged 79 Naas) (s. of Joshua Cantrell) 28 Feb 1865 Naas (LDS) [State Registration: Sarah Tracy, Naas, 1865 2 895]

 

William Tracy (s. of David Tracy & Eliza of Naas) m. Mary Hagerty (d. of Lawrence Hagerty of Clondalkin) 15/8/1859 Sp Thos Nichlson & Eliza Hagerty. Clondalkin RC

Hagarty: http://www.gencircles.com/users/maccaba/3/data/115004238

 

The Abbey Graveyard in Naas

Erected by Richard Treacy of Naas in memory of his beloved mother Margaret Treacy died 14th December 1830 aged 32 years and her mother Margaret Fannin died Jan 1843 aged 83 years and of his dear father Michael Treacy died 1st June 1859

Journal of the Kildare Archaeological Society, XVIII, p321

 

 

diviners

diviners1

"Diviners" Kevin McGing and Philip Scott from Kildare, John Treacy from Naas.

http://kildare.ie/diviners/index.asp

 

 

 Narraghmore, Crookstown and Kilmeade

 

 

St. Laurences 2004

Back row—L to R : Louise Keatley, Dolores Corcoran, Ann Kennedy, Carol Nolan, Roxanne Treacy, Ciara Tallon, Ruth Treacy, Melanie Treacy, Sharon Doyle, Ashling Treacy, Paula Keatley, Rhona Mulhall, Karen Kelly, Mag Butterfield.

Front row— Sean Sullivan, Elaine Miley, Michelle Aspell, Doireann Deay, Pam Donovan, Liz Donoghue, Lorraine Bowes, Reiltin Treacy, Lily Bowden, Roisin Walsh and Mag Deering.

 

Captain Ruth Treacy 2004

 

 

 

 

St. Laurences 2007

 

 

Leinster Junior Camogie Club Championship Final
Sunday 26th September 2004 at St. Laurences GAA Club, Old Grange
St. Laurences (Kildare) 3-14

St. Brigid's (Laois) 2-7

St. Laurence's-
 Dolores Browne; Lily Bowden, Roisin Walsh, Liz O’Donoghue-Byrne; Roxanne Treacy, Melanie Treacy, Reiltin Treacy; Ciara Tallon, Carol Nolan; Michelle Aspell (0-2), Ruth Treacy (Capt), Pamela Donovan (0-2); Aisling Treacy (0-7, 0-5 frees), Elaine Miley (0-3), Niamh Breen (3-0).

St. Brigid's -
Carmel Fitzpatrick (Capt); Orlaith Whelan, Karen Cuddy, Paula Fitzpatrick; Emer Moylan, Emma Cuddy, Marion O’Grady; Fiona O’Grady (1-0), Sarah Cuddy; Denise Delaney, Ann Marie Purcell (0-2, all frees), Emer Delaney (0-2, 0-1 frees); Noreen Kirwan (0-3), Patricia Bergin, Lorainne Treacy (1-0). Subs: Sharon Moylan for Lorraine Treacy (35 mins), Bernie Bowe for Denise Delaney (53 min).

 

St Laurence's Kildare Senior Camogie champions 2007

St Laurence's 2-5;

Celbridge 1-5.

Laurences: Lizzie Finnegan Roxanne Treacy Paula Keatley Lydia Byrne Niamh Breen Melanie Treacy Lorraine Bowes Clionadh Kelly Carol Nolan Ruth Treacy Louise Keatley Reiltin Treacy Amanda Fullam Maria Mc Naughton Aisling Treacy Samantha Keatley Geraldine Kelly Liz O Donoghue Byrne Laura Whelan Maggie O Neill Adrianne Mc. Govern Ciara Tallon Carol Cullen Emer Tyrell.

 

St Laurence's Kildare Senior Camogie champions 2008

St Laurence's: 1-8

Celbridge: 1-5

For Ruth Treacy the occasion was also special as she kept up her incredible record of having played in every county final that St Laurence's have been involved since they won their first in 1992.

St Laurence's: Liz O'Donoghue-Byrne; Paula Keatley, Roxanne Treacy, Lydia Byrne; Niamh Breen, Melanie Treacy 0-1 (1f), Reiltin Treacy; Ciara Tallon, Carol Noaln 1-0; Amanda Fullam, Ruth Treacy, Lizzie Finnegan; Maria McNaughton, Louise Keatley 0-6, Lorraine Bowes 0-1. Subs: Maria Mc Cabe for Mc Naughton.

 

St Laurence's Kildare Senior Camogie champions 2009

St Laurence's: 3-8

Celbridge: 2-8

St. Laurence's: Liz O'Donoghue Byrne; Paula Keatley, Roxanne Treacy, Melissa O'Neill 2-0; Lorraine Bowes, Melaine Treacy, captain, Lizzy Finnegan; Ciara Tallon, Amanda Fullham; Niamh Breen, Carol Nolan 0-2 (1 frees), Marie McNaughton; Ruth Treacy 0-1, Louise Keatley 1-5, Aisling Treacy. Subs: Edel Kearney for Angela Lyons (54 minute).

 

Kildare Camogie Team of the Century

...Melanie Treacy (Ballyboden St. Endas, Dublin & Bishopstown, Cork)...

 

Melanie Treacy raises the Camogie Cup 2007

 

 

 

Brigida Whelan (d. of Winifredae Fracy & Dionysii Whelan of Co. Carlow) of Anna Villa m. Thomas Byrne (s. of Joannis Byrne & Margaritae Jones of Co. Wicklow) of Ashford on 22 October 1862 Wit: Joanne Byrne & Elizabeth Davine. Rathmines RC

Joannes Whelan (s. of Winifredae Tracy & Dionysii Whelan of Crookstown [Kildare?]) of Crookstown m. Maria Whelan (d. of Jacobi Whelan & Annae Donaghan) of Rathgar on the 31 January 1867 Wit: Jacobo Whelan & Bridifa Donovan. Rathmines RC http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/rathmines_mf_1823-1886_ma_0370.pdf

 

 

 Newbridge

 

John Tracey & Anne Carroll

Michael b. 5 July 1868 Newbridge (LDS)

 

Maria Tracy (d. of Joannis Tracy & Esther Daly, def [dead?]) of Newbridge m. Joannes Hanlon (s. of Joannis Hanlon & maria Fox, def [dead?]) of 44 Combe on 10 November 1862 Wit: Gulielmus Higgins of 94 James street & Maria Anna Lockes 2 Meath street. St. Catherines, Dublin.

 

John H. Tracy

Looking for info on John H. Tracy m. Elizabeth Guiney. Immigrated from Ireland (Droichead Nua - near Kildare) in late 1800s. Settled in MA - Boston area.

Tara Tracy May 07, 2001

 

16 March 1870 (FJ) Death

Treacy - March 15, at the residence of her mother, Sallins, County Kildare, Nannie, the beloved wife of John Treacy, Newbridge, aged 27 years, deeply regretted by a numerous circle of friends. Her remains will be removed for internment to Carragh, at three o'clock on to-morrow (Thursday) R.I.P.

19 March 1870 (N) Death

Treacy - March 15, at the residence of her mother, Sallins, county Kildare, Nannie, the beloved wife of John Treacy, Newbridge, aged 27 years, deeply regretted by a numerous circle of friends. RIP.

 

Feb 26, 1887 (KO) Marriage

Clancy and Treacy - Feb 16 1887 At the Roman catholic Church Booterstown...Bernard A Clancy MRCVS Clifden Lodge Curragh, son of the late Mr. M Clancy, MRCVS, Brownstown Lodge, Curragh to Mary Teresa, youger daughter of the late Mr John Treacy, Newbridge, Co. Kildare.

Feb. 16, [1887] "Irish-American" Newspaper

Clancy - Tracy, at Booterstown, Bernard Austin Clancy, Clinton Lodge, Curragh, to Mary Teresa, younger daughter of the late Mr. John Tracy, Newbridge, County Kildare.

Clancy - May 12th 1899, Margaret Clancy, daughter of the late John Tracy, Newbridge, Co. Kildare. Funeral from the Carmelite Church, Whitefriar street, Dublin, on Monday next, at 11 o'clock, to Glasnevin, R.I.P. No flowers, by request.

 

Micheal Tracey, single, (s. of Michael Tracey) m. Elizabeth Bannon, single (d. of Patrick Bannon) 26 Nov 1865 New Bridge, Kild, Ireland

Michael Tracy & Eliza Bannon

Michael b. 16 April 1866 Newbridge and Kildare (LDS)

 

Michael Tracy & Maria Dunne

Bridget b. 17 September 1866 Newbridge and Kildare (LDS)

 

Patt Tracy & Mary Anne Baynam

Mary b. 30 March 1864 Newbridge and Kildare (LDS)

 

John Tracey (s. of Patrick Tracey) m. Mary Tracey (d. of Thomas Tracey) 31 May 1868 Newbridge, Kildare, Ireland

 

Montrose 26 May 1926 Canada  (see Cantrell Tracy of Naas)

Richard James Tracy, Age: 22, b. Newbridge, Ireland, Motor Driver

Destination: Mrs WC Shepard, 137 Edgehill Road, West Mount, Montreat.

Mother: Mrs. R. Tracy, 19 Reglan Road, Dublin.

 

 

 Rathvilly

 

 

…We started with Nellie showing me a photograph taken in Rathvilly School of a cookery class from 1915 with herself aged 7. The two teachers, Mrs. Tracey and Mrs. Finnegan, look very Victorian…Cookery was taught by Mrs. Tracey…[circa 1922]...Rathvilly School...Mrs. Tracy, the head teacher...

Nellie O'Toole (1908 - Present) Nurse & Housekeeper Rathvilly, Co. Carlow

http://www.turtlebunbury.com/interviews/interviews_ireland/interviews_ireland_nellie_otoole.html

...These stories were told by Annie Tracey, also known as Baby Tracey, principal at Rathvilly School and a useful folklorist, in the Schools volume on Rathvilly in the National Folklore Collection at UCD. She owned Rathvilly Mill in the 1930s...

http://www.turtlebunbury.com/family/bunburyfamily_lisnavagh/CaptainWillMcCB/bunburyfamily_lisnavagh_captainwill18521866.html

 

 

 Robertstown

 

Thomas Tr(e)ac(e)y & Anastasia Farrell

Ellen b. 19 January 1865 Kilmeage (LDS) (or Allen & Milltown)

Essy Maria b. 1 May 1866 Kilmeage (LDS)

Michael Treacy b. 22 Dec 1868 Kilmeague (LDS)

Daniel Treacey b. 26 September 1870 Kilmeague (LDS)

Bridget Treacy b. 26 January 1872 Kilmeage (LDS)

Anactacia Treacy b. 5 July 1874 Kilmeague (LDS)

Thomas b. 1 October 1879 Mylerstown (LDS) (Ballyna parish)

 

Tracey/Campbell

I would like to hear from anyone with information about my Great grandparents George Edward Tracey born 1859 in Robertstown, Ireland. died 5 Nov 1918 in a train accident at Weemah via Emerald, Queensland and Harriet Anne "Annie" Campbell born 1869 Cambridge, England. Died 3 Feb 1933 in Emerald, Queensland. They married on 3 Dec 1892 in Rockhampton, Queensland. I am having a lot of trouble finding information on their families Thanking you in anticipation

sparksonbay 24 Sep 2012

 

 Suncroft

 

Mary Tracy aged 18 (d. of James Tracy) m. James Brown aged 20 (s. of William Brown) 14 Nov 1860 Ballysax, Kild, Ire

 

 

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Some Authorities for Kildare County History, Journal of the Kildare Archaeological Society., No. 10, 1922 8, 155 60

Journal of Michael Carey, Athy, Co. Kildare (manuscipt). (Letters, leases, social commentary 1840-59)

Andrews, J.H Irish Historic Towns Atlas: Kildare, RIA, Dublin, 1989.

Brennan, M. Schools of Kildare and Leighlin, 1775-1835,

Carville, Geraldine Monasterevin, Valley of Roses, Moore Abbey, 1989.

Comerford, Rev. M Collections relating to Kildare and Leighlin, 1883.

Costello, Con Kildare: Saints, Soldiers & Horses, Naas, 1991.

Costello, Con Looking Back, Aspects of History, Co. KiIldare, Naas, 1988.

Coyle, James The Antiquities of Leighlin,

Doohan, Tony A History of Celbridge, n.d..

Dunlop, Robert Waters under the Bridge, Brannockstown, 1988.

Hore, H.J. The Social State of the Southern and Eastern Counties of Ireland in the Sixteenth Century, 1870.

M.Kavanagh A Bibliography of the History of the County Kindare in Printed Books, Newbridge, Kildare Co. Library, 1976

Leadbeater, Mary The Annals of Ballitore, London, 1862.

Mac Suibhne, Peadar Rathangan, Maynooth, 1975.

Naas Local History Group, Nas na Riogh: ... an illustrated history of Naas, Naas, 1990.

Nelson, Gerald A History of Leixlip, Kildare Co. Library, 1990.

O Conchubhair, Seamus A History of Kilcock and Newtown, 1987.

O Muineog, Micheal Kilcock GAA, A History, 1989.

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

Raymond, B. The Story of Kilkenny, Kildare, Offaly and Leix, 1931.

Reid, J.N.S. Church of St Michael & All Angels, Clane, 1983.

 

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