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 1712- Society of Friends (Quaker) Congregational Records

 

 

Source of rare 1700s records.

Available from FindMyPastIreland, Society of Friends (Quaker) Congregational Records’

 

 

Alphabetical

Home Address

 

 

1765 Andrew Tracey Wicklow

 

1771 & 1776 Catherine/Katharine Tracy, Dublin & Wexford

 

1771 Danl Tracey Kildare

 

1790 George Tracy, Cork

 

1714 & 1722 Hugo/Hugh Tracy, Queens county

 

1713 John Tracy Wexford

 

1722 Morgan Tracy, Wicklow

 

1712 Patrick Tracy Wicklow

 

1762 Patrick Treacy Wicklow

 

1847 Patk Tracy P.P. Clare

 

1854 Saml Tracy Tipperary

 

1757 Tim Tracy County of Tipperary

 

1719-1723 William Tressy Kings County

 

1721 Wm Tracy, Queens County

 

1762 & 1767 William Treacy Wicklow

 

1764 & 1766 Wn Treacy, Kings County

 

1847 W.S. Tracy, Limerick

 

 

CLARE

 

Limerick - Poor Committee

1847 Patk Tracy P.P. Coolready Scarriff P. Kilnoe reply by order for 10bls of C. Meal

...We then went to Bodyke, adjoining the parish of Feakle & Tomgreny to see P Tracy P.P. He was absent, but we met him  on our return to Scariff and informed him of the nature of our visit - His report of the state of his parish both as to sickness & destitution was very much the same as we had said...

 

 

CORK

 

November 1790 George Tracy, Cork

...and also to pay half a guinea Attorney's fee for recovering arrears of rent due by George Tracy on acct of the M meeting.

 

 

DUBLIN

 

Catherine/Katharine Tracy, Dublin & Wexford

1751

Mind to send Catherine Tracy's Certificate to next Womens meeting

September 1756

The Friends appointed to draw up a testimony of our disunity with Walter Knott & Catherine Tracy with their late marriage...

Walter Knott & Katharine Tracy who were both educated in our society are married by a Priest, without consent of his parents and conceal the name of the priest who married them, & do not appear to have a due sense of their transgression.

A certificate from the meeting of Lambstown [Wexford] concering Katherine Tracy was read in this meeting.

 

 

KILDARE

 

Society of Friends (Quaker) Congregational Records

1771 Danl Tracey, Edenderry meeting

...by Danl Tracey by the taher under Alexr Barrington by the Mongr under Lambert Hughs priest of the parish of Old Connell [Kildare]

 

 

LAOIS

 

1714 Hugo Tracy, Queens county

Francis & John Roberts had taken from him for tythe by Wm Doran by the order the said [John] Moffitt & Thos Conaway...by Daniel Torsin? and Hugo Tracy and the servts to Mary Quinan widow...

1722 Hugh Tracy, Queens county

Peter Peirly had taken from him for Tythe by sd Matthew Quigly, Thomas Henedy & Hugh Tracy

 

1721 Wm Tracy, Queens County

James Hitchinson had taken from him for tythe by Wm Tracy and assistants tythetaker undr Charles White tythemonger undr Peter A Cley priest of the parish of Donnaghmooe [Donaghmore]

 

 

LIMERICK/CLARE

 

1847 W.S. Tracy, Limerick [see William Samuel Tracy]

A letter from W.S. Treacy has been read the Seats ass decided to send thirty pounds

1847 W.S. Tracy Limerick

Appl No. 26 from W.S. tracy OBriens Bridge Co. Clare was read by the Secrs were desired to send £20 towards the soup kitchen then there & to make them an offer of the 100 gallon boiler.

1847 W.S. Tracy, Limerick

(A no. 26)

Limerick 2 mo 18 1847

W.S. Tracy, Respected Friend

The application to the Central Relief Committee of the Society of Friends in Dublin for assistance for O'Briens Bridge having been transmitted by them to the Auxiliary Committee here we are directed on their behalf to remit a donation of Twenty pounds for the purpose of establishing the soup or porridge kitchen for the relief of the destitute and as a further assistance for this desirable object will forward a boiler of 100 gallons.

We accordingly enclose half note for £20 on receipt of which being acknowledged, the counterpart will follow.

Yours respectfully

James Alexander         }

Isaac W. Unthank       } Secs.

2 Mo 13th to 2 Mo 16th 1847 Grants made

20 W.S. tracy Stipendary Magistrate, O'Briens Bridge Co Clare, £20, Soup Kitcken

1847 W.S. Tracy, Limerick

W.S. Tracy

O'Briens Bridge

Co Clare

P.S. Our committee will be glad to learn how the sum granted has been disposed of when expended and should any further communicaltion be required on this subject please quote the number on the top of this letter.

 

 

OFFALY

 

1719 William Tressy Kings County

Abraham Clibborn had taken from him for tythe by Laurence Coughlan servt to Richd Morton priest of the parish of Killygally for one part and by William Tressy servant to Laughlin Rigney  tythemonger & under Maurice Crossbe & Charles Plunkett imps for the other half...

1720 Wm Trassy Kings County

Abraham Clibborn had taken from him for tythe by Francis Ward Wm Trassy and their assistants by takers under P. Morton priest of the parish of Killygally for one half and under Laughlin Rigney tythmonger under Maurice Crosby and Charles Plunkett junps for the other half...

1721 Wm Trassy Kings County

Abraham Clibborn had taken from him for tythe by John Coughlan and Wm Trassy servants to the afforsaid Morton priest of the parish of Killybally for one half and Laughlin Rigney tythemonger and Maurice Crossby and Charles Plunkett jinpropriators for the other half...

1722 Wm Trassey Kings County

Abraham Clibbosn had taken from him for tythe by Laurence Coughlan and Wm Trassey servants to said [Richard] Morton priest of the parish Killegally [Wheery or Killagally] for one sceil and Loughlin Riency by thatafter under Morris Crepby and Charles Plunkett Jmstor for the other half... aied by sd Trassy and Julius Croana...

1723 William Trassy Kings County

Abraham Clibborne had taken from him for tythe by lawence Coughlan to Richard Mouton priest of the parish of Killygally for one half & by William Trassy & Richard Mahon tythetakers under Laughlin Rigney tythemonger under Charles Plunkett & Maurice Cosby Impropriators for the other half...

 

1764 Wn Treacy, Edenderry meeting

Kings County Parish of Ballymacwilliam...Joseph Inman had taken from him for Tythe by Luke Jones priest of the parish of Ballymacwilliam...and by Danl Durm, Anthony? Bryan aided Wm Treacy...Benjaman Wilson had taken from him for Tythe by Edward Mullhale servant Tosd Champaig...by said Hile Dun Tracy...

1766 Wm Tracy, Edenderry meeting

Parish of Monasteroris. Thomas Jackson had taken from him for tythe...by Bryan Nill & Wm Tracy & assistants tythe taken under sd Cain o? Gallagher...

 

 

TIPPERARY

 

1854 Saml Tracy [may have been the son of Richard Taylor Tracey]

At a meeting of members of the Female Bounty Fund held in Cork 16th of is month 1854 present...Co Tipperary...Saml Tracy le,

 

1757 Tim Tracy County of Tipperary

More taken by James Lahy, Tim Tracy & Mich Moroney tythetakers under said Jno Mach [under Danl Hern Archdeacon of Cashell]

 

 

WEXFORD

 

1713 John Tracy Wexford

Jonathan Pool/Rool? had taken from him for tythe by Patrick Roch and Patrick Deery and their assts tythe takers undr Thos Richds tythe mongrs undr Willm Stephens priest also for the small tythes in the parish of Carrigg [Carrick]...and taken by John Trescy? and Marcus Gormickan srrvts to sd Richds...and taken by Maurice Mulloy Patrick Anrtahan & Dennis Kavanagh servants to Henry Hatton tythe taker under Richards

 

Catherine/Katharine Tracy, Dublin & Wexford

1751

Mind to send Catherine Tracy's Certificate to next Womens meeting

September 1756

The Friends appointed to draw up a testimony of our disunity with Walter Knott & Catherine Tracy with their late marriage...

Walter Knott & Katharine Tracy who were both educated in our society are married by a Priest, without consent of his parents and conceal the name of the priest who married them, & do not appear to have a due sense of their transgression.

A certificate from the meeting of Lambstown [Wexford] concering Katherine Tracy was read in this meeting.

 

 

WICKLOW

 

1712 Patrick Tracy Wicklow

Thomas Pitts had taken from him for Tithe by Walter Doyle, Patrick Shulle & Patrick Tracy ttithtakers under the affored John Archer tithmonger as afforesd [Ralph Rule priest [Delgany?]]

 

1722 Morgan Tracy, Wicklow

Ambrose Judd & James Evans had taken from them for tythe by Edward Doyle & Morgan Tracy tythtakers under Jno Revels & Jno Kaughe by thmonors under Charles Whithingham arch deacon in the parish of Ennisboyne [Dunganstown]...William Evans [same]

 

1762 William Treacy & Patrick Treacy Wicklow

John Thomas of Ashtown had taken from him for tyth by William Landers...Jno Wall priest of ye parish of Wicklow...by William Treacy and Patick Treacy servants to said p.s.s?

1765 Andrew Tracey Wicklow

John Thomas had taken from him for tythe by Michael Bryan and Andrew Tracey servant to John Wall priest of the parish of Wicklow

1765 Andrew Treacey Wicklow

John Thomas had takem from him for tyth by Mickel Bryan Andrew Treacey servants to John Wall pst of the parish of Wicklow...

1767 William Treacy, servant, wicklow

John Thomas of Ashtown had taken from him for tyth by Michael Bryan and William Treacy servants to John Wall priest of the parish of Wicklow...

 

 

 

 

 

Last update: 01 July 2017