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1100s

 

Bishop Roderick (als Rory) O’Trassy of Ferns, Wexford who died in 1145 AD.

 

1400s

 

Nicholas Otressayg (-1421), vicarage of Kylleadamuyrbolga [Killimorbologue], diocese of Clonfert

 

Maurice Otressaig/Otirassaid, clerk, of the vicarage of Kylleadamuyrbolga [Killimorbologue], diocese of Clonfert 1421-1431

 

Maurice/Mauritii Otressay/Oroesay/Otreasly, cannon, vicarage of Kylleadamuyrbolga [Killimorbologue], diocese of Clonfert 1457-1488

 

William Otressay, priest & cannon, vicarage of Kylleadamuyrbolga [Killimorbologue], diocese of Clonfert 1481

 

John Ytreassy/Otrassi/Otreassy/Otrcassny/Ottresan, clerk, church or rectory de Madnurlay & parish church of Lyemolassy (Bicharalace) diocese of Clonfert, 1488-1894

 

1500s

 

Thomas Trassye, Vicars Choral of Tuam, circa 1573-1600

 

Cahill O Treassa, priest of Ineskillin, Enniskillen Fermanagh 1591 & 1607

 

1600s

 

John Tracye, clerk of the vicarage of Ballisax (Ballysax), Diocese of Kildare, ended 1602

 

Peter Tracy, rector of Rathmore Meath, 1611

 

Edmondus o Trassie, Viccaria de Kilconill Cashel and Emly [Tipperary] 1615

 

Edward Tracey, vicar, Kilclonfert 1615, Ballynakill Kildare 1622, lives Edenderry Offaly 1646-7

 

Patrick Otrassy/Tressy, Doctor of Theology, of Rosclogher, Co. Leitrim, founder of the Irish College of Valencia Spain in 1628

 

Christopher Tracy M.A. Minister Ballymartin or Templepatrick Antrim 1621-2

 

James Tracy Minister of Templepatrick Antrim 1643-4

 

Donato O Trussi, presbytero, Killiemor, [Killimorbologue] Clonfertensis, 1647

 

James Tracey of Carrickfergus Antrim, Clerk, a Minister of the Church of England 1665

 

1700s

 

Rev. Edward Tracie/Treacy, parish priest Howth Dublin 1713-1750

 

Bryan Ban Cassidy alias Treassy a friar officiating in Killastere Fermanagh 1714

 

David Trasey (-1715) Parish Priests of Ballioney parish Mayo 1715

 

Jas Tracy, Churchwarden, Inishmacsaint Fermanagh 1715

 

Daniel Tracy, Churchwarden, Inishmacsaint Fermanagh 1719

 

Ptk Tracy, Churchwarden, Inishmacsaint Fermanagh 1719

 

Thos Tracy, Churchwarden, Inishmacsaint Fermanagh 1720

 

Guillaume (William) Tracy (1724-1751), priest of Elphin diocese, Hôtel-Dieu (Nantes 's hospital) parochial registers of Nantes France

 

Fr. Mathias Trecy, Augustinian, Garbally? Ballinasloe? 1725

 

Andrew Tracy of Cashel. ordained 1728 Thurles Tipperary

 

Rev. John Tracy (-1760/2), the Rector, village of Moybeg, Cootinaglugg, Kilchronaghan, Londonderry, listed 1738 to 1760/2

 

Fr. Thomas (alias Daniel) Tressy (-1742), magister novitiorum, Tuamae [Tuam] Galway

 

Andrew Tracy, priest, Canon of Limerick and Notary Apostolic, 1743-65?

 

Rev Philip Tracey (1722-) of Dublin, Monaghan, Clogher Tyrone 1749 City Dublin listed 1764 to 1772, Balrothery 1765

 

Anna Tracy, Convent of Drogheda, Louth 1759

 

Patrick Treacy. Parish Priest resident Doon Parish Tipperary 1766

 

Rev. Mr. Martin Skerrett Tracy (-1782), a clergy man of the church of Rome, Carrigabrick, near Fermoy, county Cork

 

Rev. William Treacy (1741-1839), France vested 1796, parish priest, Johnstown? Glebe/Barry Hill, Rathdowney, Queen's County.

 

Rev. Andrew Tracy (1755-1837), of Poles Annagelliff, Established Church, Parish of Lavy, Kilmore Diocese, Cavan from 1803 to 1837

 

Laughlin Tracy (1784-), of Dublin to Dr. Troy Bishop of Dublin 1804

 

Rev. Mother Mary Michael Tracey, (1786-1852) of Harold’s Cross Dublin, Abbess of Poor Clares convent & schools, Newry, County Down 1830-1852

 

Richard Taylor Tracey (1791-1889), of Limerick & throughout Ireland, Wesleyan Methodist Preacher.

 

1800s

 

Rev. William Tracey (1803-1862), P.P. Kilcock, Kildare

 

Very Rev Felix Tracy (1804-1896 Dublin), Parish Priest, Arless & Ballylinan/Mountmellick Laois 1836-8

 

Rev Patrick Tracy (1804-1848), of Moynoe, Parish Priest, Toomgreary and Kilnoe, Scariff, Clare

 

Patrick Tracy (1814?-1885), rev, Minor Orders 1837, curate Ballybrickan 1840, 1846 Butlerstown 1845, Trinity Without 1844, 1849 & 1851 (all around Waterford City) Modeligo 1851 (west Waterford) Tallow 1853, Kilrosenty 1856 to 1867

 

Bridget Tracy (Mother Clare) (1815?-1897) 1840 entered Carmelite Convent of St. Joseph's Tallow Waterford, Superior 1877-1880

 

Rev. W Tressy, Lavey Isle, Lavey, Cavan, 1834

 

F Tracy, Curate Ballyfin Offaly 1838

 

Thomas Treacy (1820?-1872), rev, CC Cahir to Portlaw 1853

 

Rev. James Austin Tracy (1821-), of Cappoquin Waterford, Vicar-general of Western Bengal, Dublin & Galway, Whitwick Leicestershire, listed from 1844 to 1871

 

Rev. Jeremiah F. Tracy (1821-1889) of Drogheda Louth & Pioneer Priest of Iowa, Omaha and Nebraka.

 

John Tracy (-1868?), student of the Irish College Rome 1843, CC, rev, Cahir to Ardmore 1853, left 1858, CC Clogheen, Tipperary? 1858, Carrick-on-Suir (Tipperary) 1861, 1865 or Cappoquin 1865, Tallow 1866 to 1868

 

Rev. S. Tracey, Lower Glanmire, Cork, 1842

 

Patrick Treacy PP, Catholic Clergy of Killaloe, 1845

 

Rev. Michael Treacy, PP (1826/9-1890) born Lower Badony Tyrone, served Dunboyne 1855, Desertmartin, Derry 1856, Dungiven 1876-1890.

 

Rev. James Treacy (1828-1898) of Mallow Cork, Pittsburgh PA & Dixon IL

 

Rev. James Tracy, Dunboyne, Meath, Student, located in Derry, 1856

 

Rev John Tracy (1832-1872), Kilmacthomas/Cappoquin Waterford, ordindained All Hallows College Dublin 1858 & Heaton Norris Salford England 1866-9

 

Rev Bernard Tracy (1832-1912), of Derry, Pollockshaw Scotland 1859, Barrhead 1893

 

Rev Thomas (Urban) Tracy (1833–1915), born  Cavan, Greenville Mercer county, Pa 1879, died Alabama

 

Br. Patrick Ambrose Treacy (1834-1912), Catholic educationist, of Thurles Tipperary & New Zealand and Australia,

 

Rev James Tracy (1835-1863) of Cork, 1858 Murragh 1859 CC Dunmanway Cork.

 

Elizabeth Tracy (1837-) b. Derry? Sister Alphonse France 1860

 

Fr. John Tracy (1838-1908) Enniskillen Fermanagh, Cleveland 1859, Ohio 1869

 

Rev. Michael Tracy (1839-1927), born Cavan, professor Allegany Divinity School Penn Pa 1860, Carrollton Cambria county Penn Pa 1879, Cussewago Crawford Penn 1880, died Corry Penn Pa

 

Rev. Patrick Tracy (1839-1881), of Ballynahown? Kilmallock the Diocese of Limerick, vested 1863, St. Werburg Birkenhead 1863, Hyde Manchester 1874, St. Paul's, Newton Moor, Manchester. -1881

 

Mr. Matthew Tracy, Irish Church Missionary Society, Dublin 1859 Monkstown 1864-1878

 

Rev. F Tracey PP, Ballyna, Enfield, Meath, 1861

 

Rev. Patrick Aloysius Treacy (b. circa 1843) of Tipperary & New Jersey

 

Bonaventure Tracey of Kilkenny. convent of the Capuchins at Versailles, profession 1863

 

Bridget Tracy, Monitor, Presentation Nuns, Rosmallis, Mountmellic, Queens. 1864-1874

 

Brothers:

Fr. Edmund Treacy (-1908) of Cromwell Hospital Limerick, cuate Banoge 1869 - various parishes - P.P. Askeaton Limerick 1892-1908

Rev. Patrick Treacy (-1922), vested 1881 Waterford, St. Mary's Wellington New Zealand 1881, Geraldine Canterbury New Zealand 1889 - 1896, Stratford New Zealand 1909,

The Most Rev Dr/Dean Timothy Treacy (1846-), vested 1880 Dubuque Ia, pastor of St. Mary's Church, of Sioux city lowa U.S., (was to be the first bishop Treacy), 1889 - 1896, Los Angelos California 1909

Matthew Treacy (1849-1902), of Carlow, educated 1866-1875, ordained 1875, Kildare and Leighlin. Curate in Myshall, Clonbullogue and Ratheen. PP Rosenallis January-November 1902. Died 16/11/1902.

 

Mary Brigid Treacey (Mother Angela) (1845-1936) family from Roscommon Sacred Heart Order of Presentation Nuns, and opened the branch convent of that Order at Hay Australia.

 

Rev. William P. Treacy (1850 – 1906) of Tipperary & New Jersey.

 

Right Rev Monsignor M. J. [Michael Joseph] Treacy, (1855-1938 Ireland) Vicar-General of Deniliquin parish priest for more than 40 years.

 

Very Rev. Canon Patrick Tracy PP (1856?-1935), of South Parish Cork, various appointments Cork 

 

Very Reverend Canon Patrick Treacy (1857-1939), born Kilcurl Kilkenny,  vested St. Kiernan's College Kilkenny 1878, Ordained 1882, Rathdowney Laois 1882, Galmoy 14 years, Administrator St. John’s Kilkenny 1901 to 1924, parish priest of Connahy, Co. Kilkenny 1910, Chancellor od Diocesan Chapter

 

Rev. William Henry Tracy (1858–1895) of NYC and Philadelphia, graduated from Auburn Theological Seminary in 1883, Second Reformed Church of Philadelphia

 

Sarah Tracy (Sister Paula Mercy Convent Melbourne) (-1921) born Westmeath, vested 21/9/1879, died 10/1.1921 Buried Mgc. Died Malvern. Entered Fitzroy.

 

Reverend Joseph Vincent Tracy, DD (1860-1947) of Mountmellick Laois and Cashel Tipperary & Massachusetts, Florida,  Minnesota and Maryland.

 

Bridget Treacy, (1860-1951) of Killimore Galeway, Sister Martha a Presentation Nun

 

Peter Treacy (1861-1935), from Cappagh Co. Tyrone, educated 1849-1891, ordained 1891, Wilcannia-Forbes RIP. Served in Crookwell and later PP in Gundagai 1919-1933. Died 19/5/1935.

 

Rev Matthew Tracy/Treasy, C.C. Clonbullock/Clonbollogue Offaly 1881-1883 [uncle John Hume, Clonerane, King's County]

 

Bridget Tracy (-1880) The Presentation Convent Lixnaw Kerry, 1880

 

Rev Patrick Tracy, curate, (1863?-1935) Douglas, Cork 

 

Catherine Treacy (1864-1964) of Killimore Galway, laysister, Sister Domenic a Poor Clare Nun vested Dublin 1888

 

Mary Treacy (Sister Dominic Mercy Convent Singleton) (1864-1938), born 11/1/1864 Cork d. of John & Mary Fitzpatrick, vested 9/9/1883, died 7/8/1938

 

Rev PJ Tracy, CC, Grogan, Laois. 1885

 

Rev. Edward Tracey, CC, Ardnacrusha Clare, listed 1886 to 1893

 

Br Benedict Tracy (Henry Alexander Tracy) (1867-) b. Glasgow, Franciscan Friars in Killarney Kerry, vested 1888

 

Mary Kate Tracey (Sister Mary Stanislaus) (1867-1923) of Lisconman, county Wicklow Presentation Convent, Castlecomer, county Kilkenny 1891

 

Very Rev John J Tracy, Ph.D. (1868-1923) of Tipperary & Helena Montana, Catholic Educationist

 

RR Rev, MGR James Power Treacy, Ph.D. (1868-1946) Cappawhite Tipperary & Toronto, Ontario, Canada

 

Francis William Treacy, educated 1889-1904, ordained 1904, Wilcannia-Forbes. Served in Broken Hill, Cobar and Balranald. (Carlow College)

 

Rev. Peter Tracey (1871-) born Killenan? Tyrone, C.C. Roman Catholic Church, Johnstown 1896, Strabane, County Tyrone and Lifford, County Donegal 1901-1942, Stewardstown 1942

 

Sr. Mary Francis Treacy [Susan Treacy] (1873-1950), of Tipperary, Died 30th August 1950, Age 77, entered The Convent of Mercy, Templemore 1897

 

Mary Tracy (Sister Camillas) (1876 - 1929) born Killaloe Clare died New Zealand, of the Catholic Orphanage.

 

Rev. Cornelius Treacy (1877-1922), CSSR, of Loughgar Co. Limerick, was ordained in 1904, and went to Australia in 1911.

 

Maurice Tracey/Tracy, of Kerry, Irish College in Paris 1898

 

Rev. John J. Treacy (1879-1916) of Cappaquin Waterford, ordained St Paul. Minn. 1905, died 2 Mar 1916 Hennepin, Minnesota

 

Margaret Treacy (Sister Cecilia Mercy Convent Parkes) (1882-1956), born 18/11/1882 Limerick d. of John & Mary Rice, vested 5/3/1901, Buried Woronora. Entered Wilcannia.

 

Sr. Alphonsus Tracey, Rathnageera (Myshall, Co. Carlow?), Paris, 1902, Congregation of St. Joseph of Cluny

 

Rev. Br. R.B. Treacy, Secretary, Christian Brothers' School, Charleville, Cork. listed 1902-8

 

Very Rev Fr Tracey, CSSR Esker, choir 1923-1928

 

Annie Treacy (1885-) of Killeagh Cork, postulant, Presentation Convent Aberdeen S Dakota

 

Rev. Robert Treasy, Woodstock street, Athy, co. Kildare, 1905

 

Rev. Father James Treacey (1888-1918 Fargo N Dakota), of Ballinasloe? ordained 1913 d. 1918

 

Bishop John Patrick Treacy (1890-1964) of La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA, whose family came from Fuerty, Roscommon.

 

Rev. P. Tracey C.C. Roman Catholic Church Strabane, County Tyrone and Lifford, County Donegal 1910

 

Miss Tracey, Sister Aloysius, Mercy Convent Tuam, vested 1910

 

Hannah M Treacy (1891-) of Killeagh Cork, postulant, Presentation Convent Aberdeen S Dakota

 

Rev Nicholas Benedict Treacy, (1891-1946) of Clonfert, B.A., D.D.; Oblates' of Mary Immaculate, Novitiate and House of Studies, Belmont House, Stillorgan, 1909-1918, Raheny 1920, Belcamp 1946

                           

Rev Miceál Ó Treasaig/Michael Tracy (1892-1954) B.A., L.Mus (Rome) of Limerick, vested 1916 Maynooth, C.C., St. Michael's, Limerick. Chaplin of Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Mount St. Vincent Female Orphanage, Limerick and was president of the Limerick Gaelic League.

 

John J Treacy, (1896-1964) born 1896, from Kiltullagh, Glenamaddy, Co. Galway, educated 1912-1919, ordained 1919, Wilcannia-Forbes, Presbytery, Bourke, NS Wales. Served in Broken Hill, Barham, Bourke and Warren. Vicar General 1953-1964. Monsigor, 1954. Died 16/8/1964. Burried at Warren. CLV (1965) 96.

 

Catherine Treacy (Sister Ita Mercy Convent Perth) (1897-1989) born 27/1/1897 Kilkenny d. of Patrick & Margaret Wall, vested 6/12/1913, died 19/11/1989

 

Rev Patrick Treacy, of Carrenderry Williamstown Galway, Dayton New York, 1916

 

Rev Frank W. Treacy (-1918), of Carrenderry Williamstown Galway, St Mary's Rochester, 1916

 

Brothers:

Rev William Treacy (-1931) of Birr Offaly, CSSR, Rector Redemptorists, Marianella, 30 Highfleld-road, Rathgar, Dublin, 1918-1931

Rev Brendan Treacy, of Birr Offaly, CSSR Redemptorists, Limerick 1923, Dundalk 1920-31

Rev John Treacy (-1949), of Birr Offaly, CSSR Redemptorists Limerick, Deceased 15 November 1949 Ballarat, Victoria Australia

 

Leo Tracy, born New Zealand of Co. Clare parents, a Marist Brother New Zealand 1935

 

1900s

 

Sr Veronica Brigid Treacy (1902 Newbridge-2014) Holy Family Kildare

 

Rev Brendan Treacy, Mt. St. Alphonsus South Circular Road Limerick, 1923

 

Charles Jermiah Treacy, (1905-), 21, Student & Teacher, b. Garrison Belleek Co. Fermanagh, Montreal 1926, St. Peters Seminary London Ontario 1930

 

Bishop Eric Treacy (1907-1978) MBE, of Wakefield and renowned English railway photographer, whose family came from Co. Clare.

 

Very Rev Wm Treacey, Redemptorist order, Galway retreat 1927, 1933

 

Peter Paul Treacy, (1908-), Age: 22, school/joining a college, b. Garrison Co Fermanagh, St. Peters Seminary London Ontario 1930

 

Bishop Robert Emmet Tracy (1909 - 1980) of New Orleans, Louisiana whose family came from Tipperary.

 

Monica Treacy (-1931), born Knockeroghery? Roscommon, died St. Louis' Convent, Carrickmacross.

 

Bridget Treacy (Sister Bernardette) of Allington House Ballycrissane Galway, Convent of Jesus and Mary vested 1931

 

Rev. Peter Tracy Buncrana Culdaff in Inishowen, Co. Donegal listed 1931 to 1939

 

Rev. John A. Treacy, entered 1932 All Hallows, June 21, 1936 to Middlesborough, 1960 St. Joseph’s Presbytery Burdyke Avenue York, Middlesbrough 1961 Silver Jubilee.

 

Rev A. Treacy, Ballykillen? Cloonfad? Galway, 1932 Corofin to Australia

 

Fr. William Treacy of Villerstown Waterford, Augustinian Order Dungarvan, ordained Dublin 1936 and served in Australia, England and Ireland.

 

Rev Brother Benignus Tracy, of Villerstown Waterford, Augustinian College Dungarvan, Augustinian Order Dublin 1943

 

Father William Treacy (1919-) of Ballyquaid Laois & Seattle Washington

 

Tessie Treacy, Marist Convent, Paignton [Devon] vested 1939

Sister Mel, Marist Convent, Carrick-on-Shannon 1939

Sister Thecla, Convent of Mercy,, Longford 1939

Sister Geraldine, Marist Convent, Fulham. 1939

 

Martin Tracy pastor, or minister, of Hardin Presbyterian church on Hardin Street [Cleveland, Ohio]. An Irishman…an Orangeman... was born here but his father came from Armagh...[1940’s]

 

Sister M. Patrick Treacy, superioress, Presentation Convent Clondalkin 1940

 

Rev Bernard Tracy (-1982), Ordained 18/06/1944, 21/12/1982 Kildress Tyrone

 

David Tracy (1939-) of Yonkers New York and Chicago, Roman Catholic Theologian, whose family came from Ireland.

 

Fr. Michael J. Tracey (1947-) born Killawalla, Westport, Co. Mayo. Attended St. Mary’s College, Galway and St. Patrick’s College, Carlow. Ordained Killawalla 1972. St. Louis 1972-6,  Biloxi 1976-80, Gulfport 1984.  MA Fordham University, NY 1985.  Biloxi 1985, Hattiesburg  Mississippi 1988- 2000. St. Louis, Mississippi to 2013. Retired to Killawalla.

 

Orla Treacy, Sr. (1973-) of Bray Co. Wicklow and member of the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Loreto Sisters)

 

Rev. Liam M. Tracey, OSM, STB, SLD, Dip Mar, Dip Pastoral Theol

 

Fr Finbarr Tracey (SVD) Chairperson of Conference of Religious of Ireland, Maynooth-based Kairos Communications 2017

 

Revd Bernard Treacy OP, editor of the influential Dominican periodical Doctrine & Life

 

Fr. Brian Treacy from just outside Kilmallock, Co. Limerick.

 

Rev Richard Treacy (1982-), 1998 Hillsborough Parish Church Down, 2013 Vienna VA, 2014-8 St. Brendan's Washington DC.

 

 

 

 

ANTRIM

 

Christopher Tracy M.A. Minister Ballymartin or Templepatrick Antrim 1621-2

 

James Tracy Minister of Templepatrick Antrim 1643-4

 

James Tracey of Carrickfergus Antrim, Clerk, a Minister of the Church of England 1665

 

ARMAGH

 

Martin Tracy pastor, or minister, of Hardin Presbyterian church on Hardin Street [Cleveland, Ohio]. An Irishman…an Orangeman... was born here but his father came from Armagh...[1940’s]

 

CARLOW

 

Matthew Treacy (1849-1902), of Carlow, educated 1866-1875, ordained 1875, Kildare and Leighlin. Curate in Myshall, Clonbullogue and Ratheen. PP Rosenallis Laois January-November 1902. Died 16/11/1902.

 

Sr. Alphonsus Tracey, Rathnageera (Myshall, Co. Carlow?), Paris, 1902, Congregation of St. Joseph of Cluny

 

Francis William Treacy, educated 1889-1904, ordained 1904, Wilcannia-Forbes. Served in Broken Hill, Cobar and Balranald. (Carlow College)

 

CAVAN

 

Rev. Andrew Tracy (1755-1837), of Poles Annagelliff, Established Church, Parish of Lavy, Kilmore Diocese, Cavan from 1803 to 1837

 

Rev. W Tressy, Lavey Isle, Lavey, Cavan, 1834

 

Brothers:

Rev Thomas (Urban) Tracy (1833–1915), born  Cavan, Greenville Mercer county, Pa 1879, died Alabama

Rev. Michael Tracy (1839-1927), born Cavan, professor Allegany Divinity School Penn Pa 1860, Carrollton Cambria county Penn Pa 1879, Cussewago Crawford Penn 1880, died Corry Penn Pa

 

CLARE

 

Rev Patrick Tracy (1804-1848), of Moynoe, Parish Priest, Toomgreary and Kilnoe, Scariff, Clare

 

Rev. Edward Tracey, CC, Ardnacrusha Clare, listed 1886 to 1893

 

Sister and Brother

Mary Tracy (Sister Camillas) (1876 - 1929) born Killaloe Clare died New Zealand, of the Catholic Orphanage.

Leo Tracy, born New Zealand, a Marist Brother New Zealand 1935

 

Bishop Eric Treacy (1907-1978) MBE, of Wakefield and renowned English railway photographer, whose family came from Co. Clare.

 

Rev. Gerard D. Treacy (1943-2004), born Whitegate, Ordained Rome 1968.Parish Priest Broadford 1998 - 2004.

 

CORK

 

Rev. James Treacy (1828-1898) of Mallow Cork, Pittsburgh PA & Dixon IL

 

Rev. Mr. Martin Skerrett Tracy (-1782), a clergy man of the church of Rome, Carrigabrick, near Fermoy, county Cork

 

Rev. S. Tracey, Lower Glanmire, Cork, 1842

 

Rev James Tracy (1835-1863) of Cork, 1858 Murragh 1859 CC Dunmanway.

 

Sisters:

Annie Treacy Sister Xavier (1884-1914) of Killeagh Cork, postulant, Presentation Convent Aberdeen S Dakota

Hannah Maria Bridget Treacy Sister De Sales (1891-1977) of Killeagh Cork, postulant, Presentation Convent Aberdeen S Dakota

 

Rev. Br. R.B. Treacy, Secretary, Christian Brothers' School, Charleville, Cork. listed 1902-8

 

Very Rev. Canon Patrick Tracy PP (1856?-1935), of South Parish Cork, various appointments Cork 

Rev Patrick Tracy, curate, (1863?-1935) Douglas, Cork 

 

DERRY

 

Rev. John Tracy (-1760/2), the Rector, village of Moybeg, Cootinaglugg, Kilchronaghan, Londonderry, listed 1738 to 1760/2

 

Rev. James Tracy, Dunboyne, Meath, Student, located in Derry, 1856

 

Rev. Michael Treacy, PP (1826/9-1890) born Lower Badony Tyrone, served Dunboyne 1855, Desertmartin, Derry 1856, Dungiven 1876-1890.

 

Brother & Sister:

Rev Bernard Tracy (1832-1912), of Derry, Pollockshaw Scotland 1859, Barrhead 1893

Elizabeth Tracy (1837-) b. Derry  Sister Alphonse France 1860

Nephew:

Henry Alexander Tracy  (Br Benedict Tracy) (1867-) b. Glasgow, Franciscan Friars in Killarney Kerry, vested 1888

 

DONEGAL

 

Rev. P. Tracey C.C. Roman Catholic Church Strabane, County Tyrone and Lifford, County Donegal 1910

 

Rev. Peter Tracy Buncrana Culdaff in Inishowen, Co. Donegal listed 1931 to 1939

 

DOWN

 

Rev. Mother Mary Michael Tracey, (1786-1852) of Harold’s Cross Dublin, Abbess of Poor Clares convent & schools, Newry, County Down 1830-1852

 

Rev Richard Treacy (1982-), 1998 Hillsborough Parish Church Down, 2013 Vienna VA, 2014-8 St. Brendan's Washington DC.

 

DUBLIN

 

Rev. Edward Tracie/Treacy, parish priest Howth Dublin 1713-1750

 

Rev Philip Tracey (1722-) of Dublin, Clogher Tyrone 1749 City Dublin listed 1764 to 1772, Balrothery 1765

 

Rev. Mother Mary Michael Tracey, (1786-1852) of Harold’s Cross Dublin, Abbess of Poor Clares convent & schools, Newry, County Down 1830-1852

 

Laughlin Tracy (1784-), of Dublin to Dr. Troy Bishop of Dublin 1804

 

Mr. Matthew Tracy, Irish Church Missionary Society, Dublin 1859 Monkstown 1864-1878

 

Rev Nicholas Benedict/Bernard Treacy, (1891-1946) of Cappasallagh Kilmalinoge Galway, Clonfert, B.A., D.D.; Oblates' of Mary Immaculate, Novitiate and House of Studies, Belmont House, Stillorgan, 1909-1918, Raheny 1920, Belcamp 1946

 

Rev William Treacy (-1931) of Birr, CSSR, Rector Redemptorists, Marianella, 30 Highfleld-road, Rathgar, Dublin, 1918-1931

 

Sister M. Patrick Treacy, superioress, Presentation Convent Clondalkin 1940
 

FERMANAGH

 

Cahill O Treassa, priest of Ineskillin, Enniskillen Fermanagh 1591 & 1607

 

Bryan Ban Cassidy alias Treassy a friar officiating in Killastere Fermanagh 1714

 

Daniel Tracy, Churchwarden, Inishmacsaint Fermanagh 1719

 

Jas Tracy, Churchwarden, Inishmacsaint Fermanagh 1715

 

Ptk Tracy, Churchwarden, Inishmacsaint Fermanagh 1719

 

Thos Tracy, Churchwarden, Inishmacsaint Fermanagh 1720

 

Fr. John Tracy (1838-1908) Enniskillen Fermanagh, Cleveland 1859, Ohio 1869,

 

Brothers:

Charles Jermiah Treacy, (1905-), 21, Student & Teacher, b. Garrison Belleek Co. Fermanagh, Montreal 1926, St. Peters Seminary London Ontario 1930

Peter Paul Treacy, (1908-), Age: 22, school/joining a college, b. Garrison Co Fermanagh, St. Peters Seminary London Ontario 1930

 

GALWAY

 

Nicholas Otressayg (-1421), vicarage of Kylleadamuyrbolga [Killimorbologue], diocese of Clonfert

Maurice Otressaig/Otirassaid, clerk, of the vicarage of Kylleadamuyrbolga [Killimorbologue], diocese of Clonfert 1421-1431

Maurice/Mauritii Otressay/Oroesay/Otreasly, cannon, vicarage of Kylleadamuyrbolga [Killimorbologue], diocese of Clonfert 1457-1488

William Otressay, priest & cannon, vicarage of Kylleadamuyrbolga [Killimorbologue], diocese of Clonfert 1481

John Ytreassy/Otrassi/Otreassy/Otrcassny/Ottresan, clerk, church or rectory de Madnurlay & parish church of Lyemolassy (Bicharalace) diocese of Clonfert, 1488-1894

Donato O Trussi, presbytero, Killiemor, [Killimorbologue] Clonfertensis, 1647

 

Thomas Trassye, Vicars Choral of Tuam, circa 1573-1600

Fr. Thomas (alias Daniel) Tressy (-1742), magister novitiorum, Tuamae [Tuam]

 

Fr. Mathias Trecy, Augustinian, Garbally? Ballinasloe? 1725

 

Patrick Treacy PP, Catholic Clergy of Killaloe, 1845

 

Sisters:

Bridget Treacy, (1860-1951) of Killimore Galeway, Sister Martha a Presentation Nun

Catherine Treacy (1864-1964) of Killimore Galway, laysister, Sister Domenic a Poor Clare Nun vested Dublin 1888

 

Rev. Father James Treacey (1888-1918 Fargo N Dak), of Ballinasloe? ordained 1913 d. 1918

 

Rev Nicholas Benedict/Bernard Treacy, (1891-1946) of Cappasallagh Kilmalinoge Galway, Clonfert, B.A., D.D.; Oblates' of Mary Immaculate, Novitiate and House of Studies, Belmont House, Stillorgan, 1909-1918, Raheny 1920, Belcamp 1946

 

Rev. James Austin Tracy (1821-), of Cappoquin Waterford, Vicar-general of Western Bengal, Dublin & Galway, Whitwick Leicestershire, listed from 1844 to 1871

 

Rev Mgr John J Treacy (1896-1964), born 1896, from Kiltullagh, Glenamaddy, Co. Galway, educated 1912-1919, ordained 1919, Wilcannia-Forbes, Presbytery, Bourke, NS Wales. Served in Broken Hill, Barham, Bourke and Warren. Vicar General 1953-1964. Monsignor, 1954. Died 16/8/1964. Buried at Warren. CLV (1965) 96.

 

Miss Tracey, Sister Aloysius, Mercy Convent Tuam, vested 1910

 

Brothers:

Rev Frank W. Treacy (-1918), of Carrenderry Williamstown Galway, St Mary's Rochester, 1916

Rev Patrick Treacy, of Carrenderry Williamstown Galway, Dayton New York, 1916

 

Very Rev Fr Tracey, CSSR Esker, choir 1923-1928

 

Very Rev Wm Treacey, Redemptorist order, Galway retreat 1927, 1933

 

Bridget Treacy of Allington House Ballycrissane Galway, Sister Bernardette Convent of Jesus and mary vested 1931

 

Rev A. Treacy, Ballykillen? Cloonfad? Galway, 1932 Corofin to Australia

 

KERRY

 

Bridget Tracy (-1880) The Presentation Convent Lixnaw Kerry, 1880

 

Br Benedict Tracy (Henry Alexander Tracy) (1867-) b. Glasgow, Franciscan Friars in Killarney Kerry, vested 1888

 

Maurice Tracey/Tracy, of Kerry, Irish College in Paris 1898

 

KILDARE

 

John Tracye, clerk of the vicarage of Ballisax (Ballysax), Diocese of Kildare, ended 1602

 

Edward Tracey, vicar, Kilclonfert 1615, Ballynakill Kildare 1622, lives Edenderry Offaly 1646-7

 

Rev. William Treacy (1741-1839), France vested 1796, parish priest, Johnstown? Glebe/Barry Hill, Rathdowney, Queen's County.

Nephews:

Rev. William Tracey (1803 Kildare-1862), ordained Maynooth 1828, P.P. Kilcock, Kildare

Very Rev Felix Tracy (1804 Kildare-1896 Dublin), ordained Maynooth 1824, P. P. Arless & Ballylinan/Mountmellick Laois 1836-8, Balyna & Moyvalley Enfield Kildare 1878, House of Retreat Inchicore Dublin 1896

 

Rev. Robert Treasy, Woodstock street, Athy, co. Kildare, 1905

 

Sr Veronica Brigid Treacy (1902 Newbridge-2014) Holy Family Kildare

 

KILKENNY

 

Bonaventure Tracey of Kilkenny. convent of the Capuchins at Versailles, profession 1863

 

Very Reverend Canon Patrick Treacy (1857-1939), born Kilcurl Kilkenny,  vested St. Kiernan's College Kilkenny 1878, Ordained 1882, Rathdowney Laois 1882, Galmoy 14 years, Administrator St. John’s Kilkenny 1901 to 1924, parish priest of Connahy, Co. Kilkenny 1910, Chancellor of Diocesan Chapter

 

Sister Mary Stanislaus Treacy, of Lisconman county Wicklow, Presentation Convent Castlecomer county Kilkenny 1891

 

LAOIS

 

Rev. William Treacy (1741-1839), France vested 1796, parish priest, Johnstown? Glebe/Barry Hill, Rathdowney, Queen's County.

Nephews:

Rev. William Tracey (1803 Kildare-1862), ordained Maynooth 1828, P.P. Kilcock, Kildare

Very Rev Felix Tracy (1804 Kildare-1896 Dublin), ordained Maynooth 1824, P. P. Arless & Ballylinan/Mountmellick Laois 1836-8, Balyna & Moyvalley Enfield Kildare 1878

 

Bridget Tracy, Monitor, Presentation Nuns, Rosmallis, Mountmellic, Queens. 1864-1874

 

Rev PJ Tracy, CC, Grogan, Laois. 1885

 

Matthew Treacy (1849-1902), of Carlow, educated 1866-1875 Irish College in Paris, ordained 1875 Kildare and Leighlin. Curate in Myshall, Clonbullogue and Ratheen. PP Rosenallis Laois January-November 1902. Died 16/11/1902.

 

Reverend Joseph Vincent Tracy, DD (1860-1947) of Mountmellick Laois and Cashel Tipperary & Massachusetts, Florida,  Minnesota and Maryland.

 

Father William Treacy (1919-) of Ballyquaid Laois & Seattle Washington

 

LEITRIM

 

Patrick Otrassy/Tressy, Doctor of Theology, of Rosclogher, Co. Leitrim, founder of the Irish College of Valencia Spain in 1628

 

LIMERICK

 

Richard Taylor Tracey (1791-1889), of Limerick & throughout Ireland, Wesleyan Methodist Preacher.

 

Andrew Tracy, priest, Canon of Limerick and Notary Apostolic, 1743-65?

 

Rev. Patrick Tracy (1839-1881), of Ballynahown? Kilmallock the Diocese of Limerick, vested 1863, St. Werburg Birkenhead 1863, Hyde Manchester 1874, St. Paul's, Newton Moor, Manchester. -1881

 

Brothers:

Fr. Edmund Treacy (-1908) of Cromwell Hospital Limerick, cuate Banoge 1869 - various parishes - P.P. Askeaton Limerick 1892-1908

Rev. Patrick Treacy (-1922), of Kiltkelly Limerick, vested 1881 Waterford, St. Mary's Wellington New Zealand 1881, Geraldine Canterbury New Zealand 1889 - 1896, Stratford New Zealand 1909, died about 22 Nov 1922 Stratford NZ

The Most Rev Dr/Dean Timothy Treacy (1846-), vested 1880 Dubuque Ia, pastor of St. Mary's Church, of Sioux city lowa U.S., (was to be the first bishop Treacy), 1889 - 1896, Los Angeles California 1909, retired LA 1920 census

 

Miceál Ó Treasaig/Michael Tracy (1892-1954) B.A., L.Mus (Rome) of Limerick, vested 1916 Maynooth, C.C., St. Michael's, Limerick. Chaplin of Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Mount St. Vincent Female Orphanage, Limerick and was president of the Limerick Gaelic League.

 

Rev John Treacy (1949), of Birr Offaly, CSSR Redemptorists Limerick, Deceased 15 November 1949 Ballarat, Victoria Australia

 

Rev. Cornelius Treacy (1877-1922), CSSR, of Loughgar Co. Limerick, was ordained in 1904, and went to Australia in 1911.

 

Rev Brendan Treacy, Mt. St. Alphonsus South Circular Road Limerick, 1923

 

Fr. Brian Treacy from just outside Kilmallock, Co. Limerick.

 

Longford

 

Sisters of Ballinalee, Co. Longford:

Tessie Treacy, Marist Convent, Paignton [Devon] vested 1939

Sister Mel, Marist Convent, Carrick-on-Shannon 1939

Sister Thecla, Convent of Mercy,, Longford 1939

Sister Geraldine, Marist Convent, Fulham. 1939

 

LOUTH

 

Anna Tracy, Convent of Drogheda, Louth 1759

 

Rev. Jeremiah F. Tracy (1821-1889) of Drogheda Louth & Pioneer Priest of Iowa, Omaha and Nebraka.

 

Rev Brendan Treacy, of Birr, CSSR Redemptorists, Limerick 1923, Dundalk 1920-31

 

MAYO

 

David Trasey (-1715) Parish Priests of Ballioney parish Mayo, 1215

 

Fr. Michael J. Tracey (1947-) born Killawalla, Westport, Co. Mayo. Attended St. Mary’s College, Galway and St. Patrick’s College, Carlow. Ordained Killawalla 1972. St. Louis 1972-6,  Biloxi 1976-80, Gulfport 1984.  MA Fordham University, NY 1985.  Biloxi 1985, Hattiesburg  Mississippi 1988- 2000. St. Louis, Mississippi to 2013. Retired to Killawalla.

 

MEATH

 

Peter Tracy, rector of Rathmore Meath, 1611

 

Rev. James Tracy, Dunboyne, Meath, Student, located in Derry, 1856

 

Rev. F Tracey PP, Ballyna, Enfield, Meath, 1861

 

MONAGHAN

 

Rev Philip Tracey (1722-) of Dublin, Monaghan, Clogher Tyrone 1749 City Dublin listed 1764 to 1772, Balrothery 1765

 

OFFALY

 

Edward Tracey, vicar, Kilclonfert 1615, Ballynakill Kildare 1622, lives Edenderry Offaly 1646-7

 

F Tracy, Curate Ballyfin Offaly 1838

 

Rev Matthew Tracy/Treasy, C.C. Clonbullock/Clonbollogue Offaly 1881-1883 [uncle John Hume, Clonerane, King's County]

 

Brothers

Rev William Treacy (-1931) of Birr Offaly, CSSR, Rector Redemptorists, Marianella, 30 Highfleld-road, Rathgar, Dublin, 1918-1931

Rev Brendan Treacy, of Birr Offaly, CSSR Redemptorists, Limerick 1923, Dundalk 1920-31

Rev John Treacy (-1949), of Birr Offaly, CSSR Redemptorists Mount St. Alphonsus Limerick 1920s, Deceased 15 November 1949 Ballarat, Victoria Australia

 

ROSCOMMON

 

Guillaume (William) Tracy (1724-1751), priest of Elphin diocese, Hôtel-Dieu (Nantes 's hospital) parochial registers of Nantes France

 

Mary Brigid Treacey (Mother Angela) (1845-1936) family from Roscommon Sacred Heart Order of Presentation Nuns, and opened the branch convent of that Order at Hay Australia.

 

Right Rev Monsignor M. J. [Michael Joseph] Treacy, (1855-1938 Ireland) Vicar-General of Deniliquin parish priest for more than 40 years.

 

Bishop John Patrick Treacy (1890-1964) of La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA, whose family came from Fuerty, Roscommon.

 

Monica Treacy (-1931), born Knockeroghery? Roscommon, died  St. Louis' Convent, Carrickmacross.

 

TIPPERARY

 

Edmondus o Trassie, Viccaria de Kilconill Cashel and Emly [Tipperary] 1615

 

Andrew Tracy of Cashel. ordained 1728 Thurles Tipperary

 

Patrick Treacy. Parish Priest resident Doon Parish Tipperary 1766

 

Br. Patrick Ambrose Treacy (1834-1912), Catholic educationist, of Thurles Tipperary & New Zealand and Australia

 

Very Rev John J Tracy, Ph.D. (1868=1923) of Tipperary & Helena Montana, Catholic Educationist

 

Reverend Joseph Vincent Tracy, DD (1860-1947) of Mountmellick Laois and Cahel Tipperary & Massaceutus, Florida,  Minnesota and Maryland,

 

RR Rev, MGR James Power Treacy, Ph.D.  (1868-1946) Cappawhite Tipperary & Toronto, Ontario, Canada

 

Brothers [see Treacy Brothers of New Jersey]

Rev. Patrick Aloysius Treacy (1843-1907) of Carrick-on-Suir Tipperary & New Jersey

Rev. William P. Treacy (1850 – 1906) of Carrick-on-Suir Tipperary & New Jersey.

 

Sr. Mary Francis Treacy [Susan Treacy] (1873-1950), of Tipperary, Died 30th August 1950, Age 77, entered The Convent of Mercy, Templemore 1897 [see Agnes Treacy]

 

Bishop Robert Emmet Tracy (1909 - 1980) of New Orleans, Louisiana whose family came from Tipperary. [see Robert Emmet Tracy]

 

TYRONE

 

Rev. Michael Treacy, PP (1826/9-1890) born Lower Badony Tyrone, served Dunboyne 1855, Desertmartin, Derry 1856, Dungiven 1876-1890.

 

Rev. Peter Tracey (1871-) born Killenan? Tyrone, C.C. Roman Catholic Church, Johnstown 1896, Strabane, County Tyrone and Lifford, County Donegal 1901-1942, Stewardstown 1942

 

Peter Treacy (1861-1935), from Cappagh Co. Tyrone, educated 1849-1891, ordained 1891, Wilcannia-Forbes, served in Crookwell and later PP in Gundagai 1919-1933. Died 19/5/1935 Nyngan Wilcannia Gundagai NSW

 

Rev Bernard Tracy (-1982), Ordained 18/06/1944, 21/12/1982 Kildress Tyrone

 

WATERFORD

 

Brothers & Sister

Patrick Tracy (1814?-1885), rev, Minor Orders 1837, curate Ballybrickan 1840, 1846 Butlerstown 1845, Trinity Without 1844, 1849 & 1851 (all around Waterford City) Modeligo 1851 (west Waterford) Tallow 1853, Kilrosenty 1856 to 1867

Bridget Tracy (Mother Clare) (1815?-1897) 1840 entered Carmelite Convent of St. Joseph's Tallow Waterford, Superior 1877-1880

Thomas Treacy (1820?-1872), rev, matriculated Maynooth 1837, CC Cahir to Portlaw 1853

John Tracy (-1868?), student of the Irish College Rome 1843, CC, rev, Cahir to Ardmore 1853, left 1858, CC Clogheen, Tipperary? 1858, Carrick-on-Suir (Tipperary) 1861, 1865 or Cappoquin 1865, Tallow 1866 to 1868

 

Rev. James Austin Tracy (1821-), of Cappoquin Waterford, Vicar-general of Western Bengal, Dublin & Galway, Whitwick Leicestershire, listed from 1844 to 1871

 

Rev John Tracy (1832-1872), Kilmacthomas/Cappoquin Waterford, ordindained All Hallows College Dublin 1858 & Heaton Norris Salford England 1866-9

 

Rev. John J. Treacy (1879-1916) of Cappaquin Waterford, ordained St Paul. Minn. 1905, died 2 Mar 1916 Hennepin, Minnesota

 

Rev Brother Benignus Tracy, of Villerstown Waterford, Augustinian College Dungarvan, Augustinian Order, John Street, Dublin 1920, Dublin 1943

 

Fr. William Treacy of Villerstown Waterford, Augustinian Order Dungarvan, ordained Dublin 1936 and served in Australia, England and Ireland.

Rev W Declan Treacy OSA, Deceased 27 February 1995 (Echuca, Kyabram, Vic; Manly Vale, NSW)

 

WEXFORD

 

Bishop Roderick (als Rory) O’Trassy of Ferns, Wexford who died in 1145 AD.

 

 

WICKLOW

 

Mary Kate Tracey (Sister Mary Stanislaus) (1867-1923) of Lisconman, county Wicklow Presentation Convent, Castlecomer, county Kilkenny 1891

 

Orla Treacy, Sr. (1973-) of Bray Co. Wicklow and member of the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Loreto Sisters)

 

AUSTRALIA

 

Sarah Tracy (Sister Paula Mercy Convent Melbourne) (-1921) born Westmeath, vested 21/9/1879, died 10/1.1921 Buried Mgc. Died Malvern. Entered Fitzroy.

 

Catherine Treacy (Sister Ita Mercy Convent Perth) (1897-1989) born 27/1/1897 Kilkenny d. of Patrick & Margaret Wall, vested 6/12/1913, died 19/11/1989

 

Margaret Treacy (Sister Cecilia Mercy Convent Parkes) (1882-1956), born 18/11/1882 Limerick d. of John & Mary Rice, vested 5/3/1901, Buried Woronora. Entered Wilcannia.

 

Mary Treacy (Sister Dominic Mercy Convent Singleton) (1864-1938), born 11/1/1864 Cork d. of John & Mary Fitzpatrick, vested 9/9/1883, died 7/8/1938

 

Rev Anthony Treacy (-1959 Brisbane Australia)

1957-1958 All Hallows Annual

Treacy, Rev. Anthony (Brisbane), The Presbytery, Rosewood, Queensland.

1959-1961 All Hallows Annual

Rev Anthony Treacy, Deceased 2 November 1959 (Brisbane dioc)

The Rev. Anthony Treacy

Students at All Hallows in the late twenties and early thirties will read with shocked surprise and regret of the untimely death in Brisbane, Australia, of Father Anthony Treacy. He died after a short illness on 2nd November, 1959. He belonged to the class of 1932 and was ordained at All Hallows on June 5th of that year, going straight to Australia and to the archdiocese of Brisbane. Physically robust, active and energetic, a fine figure of a man, the years had weighed lightly on him; and no one would suspect that his priestly ministry would be so suddenly curtailed. Twenty-seven years on the mission in Australia had not changed Tony Treacy. His character was in keeping with his physical attributes—strong, rugged, utterly simple and sincere—the stuff of apostles and confessors. That high sense of vocation and dedication never changed in him. Priestly zeal and virtue adorned and completed a character which was always noble and serious and tenacious. Pastoral cares and duties deepened and strengthened his lively and intrepid Faith. He was a tower of strength in any parish, and an example of complete integrity to all the people. Human respect and acceptance of persons were utterly foreign to him.

Archbishop O’Donnell, co-adutor bishop of Brisbane, preached the panegyric over Father Treacy, at the funeral Mass in St. Stephen’s Cathedral. He was eloquent and discerning in his delineation of the character of the deceased priest:

“The approach to God by prayer and penance, by a rugged self-discipline, by a faith so vivid that the eternal verities are an ever present reality, is characteristic of the stock from which he sprang. And these are precisely the qualities which distinguished the priesthood of Father Treacy. No one realised better than he that in order to sanctify others effectively one must first sanctify one’s self. Uncompromisingly he attended to his own spiritual formation, and there was nothing haphazard about his efforts. His strength of character saw to that. He prayed much and studied with avidity the sacred sciences. He kept himself abreast of the problems of the day as they affected the souls of his people.” The Archbishop continued: “There are certain traits in a man’s character which distinguish him and are remembered long after he has gone. It was quite a remarkable thing about Father Treacy that in conversation with his fellow priests he showed little interest in topics other than those which had to do with priestly work. In the discussion of these he was illuminatingly eloquent, speaking of the things that were nearest his heart. Eager to learn from the experience of his brethren, it never crossed his mind that others could learn something from him. Such indeed was the humility of the man.

“Father Treacy took life very seriously, especially in regard to his priestly duties, a trait which tended at times, especially to those who did not know him so well, to obsecure a geniality of soul which in reality was never absent. His standards were high and if ever there was a hint of a hard side to his character it was only that he demanded a high standard also from those in his care, and especially in family life”.

Among the priests who were present at Father Treacy’s bedside were Father Michael O’Connell and the writer, both of whom were his contemporaries at All Hallows. Requiem Mass which was celebrated by his cousin Father James Conneely, was attended by a large gathering of priests from Brisbane and Toowoomba dioceses. At the time of his death, and for the past eleven years, Father Treacy had been parish priest of the rural parish of Rosewood, some forty miles from the city of Brisbane.

Archbishop Duhig, who was absent from Brisbane at the time of Father Treacy’s death, presided and preached at the month’s mind which was held in Rosewood.

May the gentle, generous and manly soul of Anthony Treacy rest in peace.

P. McMorrow.

 

Rev Patrick Tracy SJ, Deceased 26 July 1977 (Perth; Melbourne; Sydney)

 

Rev Kevin Joseph Treacy, Deceased 26 March 2008 (Yeppoon, Bundaberg, Mackay, Finch Hatton, Aramac/Muttaburra, Clermont, North Rockhampton, Qld)

 

USA

 

Rev. William Henry Tracy (1858–1895) of NYC and Philadelphia, graduated from Auburn Theological Seminary in 1883, Second Reformed Church of Philadelphia [see Samuel G Tracy]

 

David Tracy (1939-) of Yonkers New York and Chicago, Roman Catholic Theologian, whose family came from Ireland.

 

Rev Richard Treacy (1982-), 1998 Hillsborough Parish Church Down, 2013 Vienna VA, 2014-8 St. Brendan's Washington DC.

 

 

 

 

Last update: 17 May 2018