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Daniel Tracey, 32190 (Danl Tracey, 23, Kings, Em To Aust, enlisted 1866)

 

Daniel Tracey, 62098 (Daniel Tracey, 1886, Galway, Em To Can, enlisted 1906)

Mar 23, 1907 (IT) RIC [recruits allocated to counties]...dating from the 19th inst. to fill vacancies. No.1 Company. Daniel Tracey, to Roscommon.

Apr 12, 1911 (FJ) RIC. Commended...Daniel Treacy, Boyle, Co. Roscommon...

 

David Tracey, 12198 (David Tracey, 19, Londonderry, enlisted 1848)

 

David Tracey, 2772

Service No.

Name

Age

Height

Native County

Religion

Marital status

Native County of wife

Recommended by

Trade

Date of Appointment

2772

David Tracey

26 years

5’8”

Cork

C

Not married

Lord Ennismore

None

27 May 1837

 

Denis Tracy, 32258 (Denis Tracy, 21, Fermanagh, enlisted 1866)

 

Denis Treacy, 25010 (Denis Treacy, 19, Kings Co, )

October 5, 1844 (FJ) The Shinrone Police - Government Investigation

...Denis Tracey...examined...I am a constable stationed at Cooraclavin [Corraclevin Dunkerrin, Offaly]...

5th October 1844 The Tablet

…Sub-Constable Mathew Copeland sworn and examined by Mr. Corballis—I am a member of the King's County Constabulary; I was stationed in Cooraclavin, in October, 1843 ; there were at the station four sub-constables and one constable ; their names were Carroll, Burke, Tracy [Denis Tracey], and myself, sub-constables, and the constable (Brophy); Brophy had the command of the Cooraclavin station ; Cooraclavin is in the Shinrone district, and under the command of Sub-Inspector Parker;...

7 Oct 1844 (CE) The Shinrone Police-Government Investigation at the castle

Denis Tracey was then called and examined. He deposed as follows ; I am a constable ; I was stationed at Cooraclavin in September and October last under Constable Brephy's command; I know Martin White ; 1 never saw him in the plantation with Brophy...

 

 

Edward Tracey, 44820 (Edwd Tracey, 21, Fermanagh, enlisted 1879)

 

Edward Tracy, 18734 (Edwd Tracy, 20, Galway, enlisted 1854)

18734, Edwd Tracy, 20, Appt 11-Aug, Galway E, C, S, Labr, Wexford 9/12/54,

 

Edward Treacy, 65744 (Edward Treacy, 1888, Galway, enlisted 1911)

 

 

Eugene Tracey, 67041 (Eugene Tracey, 1892, Carlow, enlisted 1913) [Note: from the references there should be a second Eugene]

Eugene Tracey, 21 years, Carlow, Enlisted 1851, 856060

July 1913 IT RIC Having completed training...allocated to fill vacancies...No.1 Company, Eugene Treacy, Clare...

 

 

Francis Treacey, 25158 (Franc Treacey, 21, Kildare, Y) [see Carlow]

Francis Treacey, constable in Clogrenan, Carlow in the mid 1870s-1880s.

26 September 1874 (N) Among the list of Honours bestowed by the Royal Humane Society for acts of bravery...Francis Treacy, sub-constable Irish Constabulary, for saving a woman and child at Milford Haven [Wales?].

Co. Carlow.

Treacey, Francis. Sub-Constable. 25,158.

Saving the lives of two ladies from drowning. Grant from the Reward Fund. 

1901 Census

Francis Treacy, 60, M, 4 Clogrenan, Rossmore, Queen's Co., R.I.C Pensioner, Irish Church, Head of Family, Married, Kildare

Amelia Treacy, 45, F, Clogrenan, Rossmore, Queen's Co., Irish Church, Wife, Married, Carlow

Mary E Treacy, 17, F, Clogrenan, Rossmore, Queen's Co., Irish Church, Daughter, Not Married, Carlow

George F Treacy, 11, M, Clogrenan, Rossmore, Queen's Co., Scholar, Irish Church, Son, Not Married, Carlow

 

Francis Treacy, 42165 (Fras Treacy, 22, Tyrone,) (Francis Treacy, 22, Tyrone, LDS film 6067)

 

Francis Treacy, 62231 (Francis Treacy, 1882, Kilkenny, Y, enlisted 1906)

June 1913 IT RIC Transfers...Constable John Duffy has been transferred to Count Cavan and is replaced by Constable Francis Treacy, both officers having effected an exchanged.

Dec 12, 1921 (FJ) [Belfast Riots]...Orange gunmen...Constable Francis Treacy, attached to Brown Square barracks, was wounded in the foot in Fairview? street...

Jul 29, 1922 (IT) Belfast and the North

Ex-constable Francis Tracey was awarded £20 at the Record Court for injuries received whilst on duty in Twickerham street, Belfast, on December 10th 1921.

Freemasons

Francis Treacy, 12 Jun 1923, George Andrews Lodge 258 Belfast Co Antrim, Constable R.I.C. Certified 12 Oct 1923. To 105. Resigned 1924.

 

1854 Boston Pilot

Of Geo Treacy, of parish Cumber, co Derry, who went to Dundalk in `31, joined the police, and remained until 39, when he went to Liverpool and thence to New York, - now supposed to be in Philadelphia. Information will be received by his sisters, Bridget and Elizabeth, addressed to the care of Andrew Connerton, 410 Walnut st, Cincinnati, O.

 

1837-1840 Assizes

Louth Constabulary...Sub-Constable 1st Class...James Tracey/Tracy

1840-7 Assizes

Louth Constabulary...George Tracy, Constable 1st Class & Constable

 

1881 British Census (LDS)

Henry Tracey, 23 years, born Londonderry, single, Police (Constable), 39 King St Stafford Lanc

 

Hugh Treacy, 21153 (Hugh Treacy, 19, Kings Co,)

 

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Jun 29, 1901 (WE) Crookedwood Sports

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

Jun 28, 1902 (WE) Crookedwood Sports

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

James Treacy, 667

 

James Treacy, 5417

5417 Jas Treacy, 24 years, appointed 8 Sep 1843, b. Fermanagh, RC, Labourer, stationed Longford, Reserve, Roscommon 18/2/44

 

James Treacy, 11026

James Tracy, 19127

James Treacy, 30314

James Treacy, 40041

James Treacy, 41846

James Tracy, 53979

James Treacy, 54486

 

James Treacy, cadet

 

1807 Spring/Summer Assizes, Moycarnon Half Barony, Roscommon

Sub-constables - John Kenny, Michael Curly, James Tracy, Timothy Fihelly & Darby Kilduff at £2 each

 

1824 House of Lords Papers

James Treacey, Sub-Constable, Roman Catholic, Barony of Courcys, Cork

 

1830 NAI Reference: CSO/RP/1830/1998

TITLE: Two letters from Maj William Miller [Inspector General], Fermoy,; recommending dismissal of sub-constable James Tracy, Kilworth Mountains, County Cork for incurring debts

SCOPE & CONTENT: Two letters from Maj William Miller [Inspector General], Fermoy, [County Cork], to William Gregory, [Under Secretary, Dublin Castle], regarding sub-constable James Tracy [also Treacy], Kilworth Mountains, County Cork [North Cork]; recommending his dismissal for incurring debts and threatening one of his creditors. Also, letter from Tracy to Gregory, referring to his creditor John Lane. Further, letter from Patrick O’Brien, grocer, Timoleague, [County Cork] [coast West Cork], referring to Tracy’s debt to him.

EXTENT:                

4 items; 10pp

DATE(S): 26 Sep 1830-14 Dec 1830

ORIGINAL REFERENCE: 1830/10193

 
James Tracey, DMP 2267, born 1813, Westport, Co. Mayo; ex-Constabulary
James Tracey, DMP 2305, born 1818, St. James', Dublin City; ex-Constabulary

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

 

1837-1840 Assizes

Louth Constabulary...Sub-Constable 1st Class...James Tracey/Tracy [see George]

1840-7 Assizes

Louth Constabulary...George Tracy, Constable 1st Class & Constable

 

William Treacy, 2030 Connaught Rangers.  Enlisted April 1st 1886, Discharged 1/4/1898.

20 years 10 months b. 1865, labourer, single, 6', 167 lbs, Blue eyes, Brown hair, RC, scar right hip,

born Kilconduff, Swinford, Mayo.

Met with a violent death at Castlebar on the 25th March 1905, Coroners Report, Lce. Cpl. Wm. Tracey

William Treacy, 7239, joined 5/2/2001 Fermoy

Served South Africa 1902, James Treacy Roy I Constabulary Kells Co. Meath brother next of kin

William Treacy, 1420 or 7239, 4th Battn Liverpool Regiment joined 4/2/1901 at Athlone, serving in Royal Irish Reserve Regiment & served in Connaught Rangers (Time Exp???)

35 years 9 months b. 1865, labourer, single, 6'1.5", 177 lbs, chest 37-9", blue eyes, brown hair, RC

born Kilconduff, near Swinford, Mayo. Will serve until 41 years.

 

1880 Return of crimes

8 Aug 1878, assault on police, Constable Patrick Higgins & sub-constable James Treacy, Downpatrick Assizes 17th March 1879 7 men received 3 months & 12 other acquitted.

 

1901 Census

James Treacy, 45, M, 28 Church Street, Bryansford, Down, Police Pensioner, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Galway

Ellen Treacy, 39, F, Church Street, Bryansford, Down, Roman Catholic, Wife, Married, Down

James Treacy, 17, M, Church Street, Bryansford, Down, Post Boy, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Meath

John Treacy, 14, M, Church Street, Bryansford, Down, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Down

Harriet Treacy, 7, F, Church Street, Bryansford, Down, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Down

Catherine Treacy, 4, F, Church Street, Bryansford, Down, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Meath

1911 Census

James Treacy, 55, M, 6 Valentia Place, Newcastle, Down (R.I.C. pensioner, b. Galway)

Ellen Treacy, 50, F, Valentia Place, Newcastle, Down (married 29 years, 7 child 4 alive)

Hariet Treacy, 17, F, Valentia Place, Newcastle, Down (daughter)

Catherine Treacy, 15, F, Valentia Place, Newcastle, Down (daughter, b. Meath)

 

1901 Census:

James Tracy [J.T.] 33, M, RIC Barracks 46 Williams Street, Belmullet, Mayo,  Roman Catholic, Farmer's Son, Married, Fermanagh [Married to Mary]

Mary Tracy, 22, F, 9 Davis Street, Belmullet, Belmullet, Mayo, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Co Mayo [Married to James]

Annie Veronica Tracy, 0, F, Davis Street, Belmullet, Belmullet, Mayo, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Mayo

Mary McManmon, 55, Female, Mother, Roman Catholic, Widow, Co Mayo

Feb 25, 1905 (IT) RIC

Transfer of Constables...James Tracy, Mayo to Roscommon.

1911 Census

James Tracy, 42, M, 24.1 Clegna, Tumna South, Roscommon (inmate, Constable R.I.C., married, b. Fermanagh) [Married to Mary]

Mary J Tracy, 33, F, 2 Clegna, Tumna South, Roscommon (head, married 11 years, 4 child, b. Mayo) [Married to James]

Annie Varonica Tracy, 10, F, Clegna, Tumna South, Roscommon (b. Mayo)

Thomas James Tracy, 8, M, Clegna, Tumna South, Roscommon (b. Mayo)

Michael Patrick Tracy, 6, M, Clegna, Tumna South, Roscommon (b. Mayo)

Martin Joseph Tracy, 0-8 months, M, Clegna, Tumna South, Roscommon (b. Roscommon)

Jan 16, 1909 (IT) RIC The force at Boyle, County Roscommon has been augmented...Constable Treacy from Hillstreet...

July 1909: Constable James Treacy, of the County Roscommon Force, temporarily attached to the Depot, has been granted leave of absence for one month, and is to rejoin his station on expiration of leave.

 

1901 Census

James Treacy, 46, M, 12 Louth Village, Louth, Louth, R.I. Const., Church of Ireland, Head of Family, Married, Co Kildare

Margaret Treacy, 46, F, Louth Village, Louth, Louth, House Keeper, Church of Ireland, Wife, Married, Co Monaghan

Emily Treacy, 13, F, Louth Village, Louth, Louth, Scholars, Church of Ireland, Daughter, Not Married, Co Monaghan

Lizzy Treacy, 12, F, Louth Village, Louth, Louth, Scholars, Church of Ireland, Daughter, Not Married, Co Louth

Samuel Treacy, 7, M, Louth Village, Louth, Louth, Scholars, Church of Ireland, Son, Not Married, Co Louth

Agness Treacy, 4, F, Louth Village, Louth, Louth, Scholars, Church of Ireland, Daughter, Not Married, Co Louth

1902

Probate of the Will (with one Codicil) of John Thompson late of Drumever County Monaghan Farmer who died 5 April 1904 granted at Armagh to [son-in-law] James Tracey Constable Royal Irish Constabulary Agnes Shaw Married Woman and Sarah Thompson Widow [daughters Agnes and Sarah, dated 27th November 1902]

1911 Census:

James Treacy, 58, M, 36 Louth Town (a), Louth, Louth (head, CoI, Police Pensioner, b. Kildare)

Margaret Treacy, 57, F, Louth Town (a), Louth, Louth (CoI, married 24 years, 5 child 4 alive, b. Monaghan)

Samuel Treacy, 17, M, Louth Town (a), Louth, Louth (CoI)

Agnes Treacy, 14, F, Louth Town (a), Louth, Louth (CoI)

Superannuated Officers & Men. (Death's) July 1921, R.I.C. List.

Constable TREACY, James.---Dundalk.---22nd Dec, 1920

 

James Tracey (s. of Jeremiah Treacy) of Kilkenny m. Elizabeth Scollard (d. of Nicholas Scollard) of Rockfield 8 September 1896 Wit: ??? Scollard & Daniel Healy. Abbeydorney RC*

John Tracey b. 22 January 1897 Rockfield Sp. Patrick Scollard & Mary Scollard. Abbeydorney RC*

James Treacy of Cahirconlish & Newpallas Co. Limerick & Doonane [Laois], Constable RIC & Elizabeth Scollard

Gertrude Beatrice Treacy b. 27 July 1899 Caherconlish. James Treacy father

Nicholas James Treacy b. 24 April 1901 Newpallas Co. Limerick. James Treacy.

William Sutcliffe Hastings Treacy b. 7 April 1902 of Newpallas. James Treacy father

Lionel Alexander Treacy b. 7 May 1904 of Doonane [Rathaspick Laois]. James Treacy father.

Linda Olive Treacy b. 17 August 1905 of Doonane [Ballickmoyler Queens Co.] Jas Treacy father

* Marriage and birth not found in State registration. CoI in 1901 and 1911 census. See Caslecomer Kilkenny.

1901 Census

James Treacy, 31, M, 7 Kilduff, Grean, Limerick, Constable R I C, Church of Ireland, Head of Family, Married, Co Kilkenny

Elizabeth Treacy, 26, F, Kilduff, Grean, Limerick, Church of Ireland, Wife, Married, Co Kerry

Gertrude Bentrice Treacy, 1, F, Kilduff, Grean, Limerick, Church of Ireland, Daughter, Not Married, Co Limerick

Nicholas J Treacy, 0, M, Kilduff, Grean, Limerick, Church of Ireland, Son, Not Married, Co Limerick

May 2, 1910 (FJ) RIC

...Constable Jas. Treacy, Queen's Co., to Wexford...

Constable Treacy (Clonaslee, Queen's County).HC Deb 07 July 1910 vol 18 c1768 1768

§ Mr. DELANY asked the Chief Secretary whether his attention has been called to the case of Constable Treacy, lately stationed at Clonaslee, Queen's County, against whom it was alleged that on a certain Sunday in October last, when acting as barrack orderly between nine and ten o'clock at night, he stopped two men outside the barracks, and, after procuring drink for them from an adjacent public-house, incited them to smash the bicycle belonging to the sergeant of a neighbouring station and throw it into the river; that on another occasion this constable supplied horns to two young men, prompting them at the same time to sound a local Protestant, lately married, with the object of annoying the sergeant; and that he advised certain persons to feign drunkenness before the sergeant, get arrested, and then go before a doctor and a magistrate and charge the sergeant with unlawful arrest; whether he is aware that evidence of a most reliable character is forthcoming in support of those charges; and will he grant a public sworn inquiry in order that the allegations against this constable may be thoroughly investigated?

§ Mr. REDMOND BARRY My attention has already been drawn to the matters referred to in the question, which were investigated by two experienced police officers some months ago. The Inspector-General then came to the conclusion that the case of Constable Treacy would be sufficiently met by his transfer to another county, as already ordered on other grounds. I see no reason for any further inquiry.

Royal Irish Constabulary (Constable Treacy).HC Deb 13 July 1910 vol 19 cc573-4W 573W

§ Mr. DELANY asked the Chief Secretary whether he can say upon what date Constable Treacy left Clonaslee, and where he is at present stationed; and whether he is engaged in ordinary police duties?

§ Mr. BIRRELL Constable Treacy left Clonaslee on 14th May and is at present stationed at Coolgreaney [Coolgreany Co. Wexford]. He performs ordinary police duties.

Royal Irish Constabulary (Constable Treacy).HC Deb 14 July 1910 vol 19 cc591-2 591

§ Mr. REDDY (for Mr. Delany) asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether he will order a magisterial investigation into the charges preferred against Constable Treacy, lately stationed at Clonaslee, Queen's County, seeing that the evidence of eight independent witnesses is forthcoming charging this constable with incitement to crime and outrage on three distinct occasions?

§ Mr. BIRRELL As the hon. Member has already been informed, this matter has been investigated by two experienced police officers. The constable has been transferred to another county, and I see no reason for any further inquiry.

§ Mr. REDDY (for Mr. Delany) asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether, at the inquiry held on 19th April at Clonaslee, Queen's County, by District-Inspectors O'Connor, Kanturk, and Wallace, Cappawhite, into the charges of incitement to crime and outrage preferred against Constable Treacy, the evidence was taken on oath; and whether he will lay a copy of the report of those two police officers and the minutes of evidence upon the Table of the House?

§ Mr. BIRRELL Evidence was not taken on oath at the inquiry referred to. I do not propose to lay upon the Table of the House a copy of the report of the officers who conducted the inquiry.

1911 Census

James Treacy, 41, M, 1 Knockbaun, Coolgreany, Wexford (CoI, Constable RIC, b. Kilkenny)

Elizabeth Treacy, 33, F, Knockbaun, Coolgreany, Wexford (CoI, married 13 years, 6 children, b. Kerry)

Gertrude B Treacy, 11, F, Knockbaun, Coolgreany, Wexford (CoI, b. Limerick)

William S H Treacy, 8, M, Knockbaun, Coolgreany, Wexford (CoI, b. Limerick)

Lionel A Treacy, 6, M, Knockbaun, Coolgreany, Wexford (CoI, b. Laois)

Linda O Treacy, 5, F, Knockbaun, Coolgreany, Wexford (CoI, b. Laois)

 

Jan 23, 1904 (WE) A serious Charge

...James Tracey, Constable RIC, Delvin [Westmeath]...

 

1904 James Tracey: Probate of the Will (with one Codicil) of John Thompson late of Drumever County Monaghan Farmer who died 5 April 1904 granted at Armagh to James Tracey Constable Royal Irish Constabulary Agnes Shaw Married Woman and Sarah Thompson Widow. Date Of Grant: 07/05/1904 Effects: Effects £277 16s

 

August 1908 IT Constable James Treacy, Ballina gallantly stopped a runaway horse...

Nov 9, 1908 (FJ) RIC Favourable Records...J. Tracy, Mayo...

Aug 22, 1908 (IT) RIC Constable Treacy, Ballina, performed a meritorius act on Wednesday...

Jan 23, 1909 (IT) RIC ..."P" examination...roll of honour...James Treacy, Mayo...

February 1909 James Treacy, Mayo, Constable to Acting Sergeant, Transfer to Galway E.R.

 

James Treacy, 57282

 

August 1910 IT
RIC Weights and measures training at the depot...James Treacy, Clare...
Aug 15, 1910 (FJ) RIC
The following members...act as Inspectors of weights and Measures have returned to their stations:...J. Treacy...Clare...
Sep 24, 1910 (IT) RIC
...obtaining certificate to act as ex-officio Inspectors of Weights and Measures...James Tracey, Clare...
April 1911 IT
Good Police Duty...James Treacy, Clare...
May 1, 1911 (FJ) RIC
The following members of the Ennis, Corofin and Ennistymon Districts, Co. Clare, are awarded favourable records...James Treacy...
 
1911 Census Drumcarna Ballyea, Clare (RIC Barracks Morris Mills)
J. T. Sergeant, 37, Roman Catholic, born Co Tipperary, Farmer's Son, Single
 
Oct 26, 1912 (IT)
At a special Court at Ennis...Sergeant James Tracey...[Barracks Drumcarna Ballyea, Clare???]
April 1913 IT
Good Police Duty...James Treacy, Clare

 

J Tracey, head constable stationed at Kilrush, 14 Mar 1921 Courts of inquiry in lieu of inquest
Head Constable J Tracey, No. 57282,  2 Jul 1921 Courts of inquiry in lieu of inquest, Doonbeg, body of Patrick Darcy school teacher at Cooraclare  
J Treacey, Head constable 20 Dec 1921 raid at Cloneygarnaun [Cloonnagarnaun Killard, Clare] near Kilrush.

 

1922 R.I.C. Pensions awarded in Clare

James Treacy, Head Const. 57282, b. 1874 Irish

 

 
serg.jpg
Sergeant Treacy, 
Bodyke, Co. Clare. 1913

 

James Tracy, 20, Fermanagh, Y, 1889

James Treacy, 17, Galway, Y,

James Treacy, 18, Tipperary,

James Treacy, 19, Tipperary,

James Treacy, 21, Kilkenny, Y, 1890

James Treacy, 23, Kildare, Y,

James Treacy, 23, Tipperary, 1895

James Treacy, 24, Fermanagh,

James Treacy, 44, Kings Co, Y,

Jas Tracy, 19, Kings, 1854

 

1824 House of Lords Papers

John Tracy, Sub-constable, Coolestown, Kildare.

 

John Tracy, 25032

John Tracy, 4325

John Treacey, 24454

John Treacy, 13569

John Treacy, 20208

John Treacy, 23278

John Treacy, 31648

John Treacy, 32563

John Treacy, 53007

 

John Treacy, 5410

Jno Treacy, 5410, 20 (b.c. 1823), 17 Feb 1843, b. Londonderry, RC, married April 1848, wife b. Mayo, Lab, to Reserve Roscommon 18/2/44

 

John Treacy

Am looking for John Treacy born in Londonderry, 1823 joined the RIC in 1843, married 1848. Katy 

 

Am looking for more information on a John Treacy #5410 to determine if he is indeed "our" john Treacy. specifically death date, wife name, where pension sent to after his death (wifes name etc I have other possiblities but this is most likely

thanks katy siswo...@aol.com july 17, 2000

 

John Treacy, 61643

John Treasy, 20011

 

1824 House of Lords Papers

John Tracy, Sub-constable, Coolestown, Kildare.

 

 

12 Jan 1844 (CE) Commission Court Dublin

John Tracy, Sub-Constable, proved a notice served on the prisoner Radcliffe to produce certain letters addressed to him by the other prisoner. James Arnold, constable, proved that while he was convening the accused on a car to Newgate...

 

November 4, 1853 (FJ) Dublin

...Constable John Tracy...

 

4 September 1959 Sent 1 cart with John Tracy policeman from Corcreagh to Skyhill Barrack where he was removed to. [Louth]

Canice O'Mahony. Diary of Piers Murphy of Corcreeghagh for 1858-1862. Journal of the County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society, Vol. 24, No. 1 (1997), pp. 21-38

 

October 28, 1852 Anglo-Celt: Cootehill Quarter Sessions sub-constable John Tracy

 

10 July 1861 (FJ) Accident...seventh lock on the Royal Canal [DUblin]...Police-constable John Tracey, 34 D...

 

5 August 1864 (FJ) St. Joseph's Male Blind Asylum, Glasnevin...prizes at the raffle...John Tracey, Police, Propect...

 

20 February 1866 (FJ) Shooting at Glasnevin...Constable John Tracey, 34D or 45D...was at Mr Byers [public]house at Prospect-avenue, Glasnevin...

 

25 May 1867 (NG) The Constabulary...and Sub-constable John Tracy will be removed from Cornwall in the County [Killurin, Wexford] to Nenagh, on the 31st instant.

24/05/1867 New Ross Court, SC John Treacey [RIC], complainant

 

1868 Victoria Police Gazette

Information is requested respecting John Tracy (or Tracey), from Ballinahinch, co. Tipperary, formerly in the police force in Cork, thence transferred to Limerick. He afterwards came to Australia, where he is likely to have joined some force.-29th January, 1868.

 

1872 Constable John or Patrick Treacy of Clonevin? [Donaghmore] Wexford.

20/02/1872 John Treacy sub const of RIC of Clonevan [Clonevin Donaghmore], complainant. Oulart Court

20/02/1872 Patrick Treacy RIC Clonevan, witness, Oulart Court County Wexford

 

22 July 1876 (N) Limerick. Constable John Tracey...was stationed...at the O'Connell Monument before the procession...

17 February 1877 (NG) Limerick...The arrest was made by Constable Tracy of the Dock Station in a short time after the outrage.

December 1879 Constable John Tracy, Docks Station, Limerick has been appointed Inspector of the Port by the Privy Council under the Cattle Diseases Act and exempted from all other police duties. He is an active and intelligent officer and desrevedly respected by his superiors.

 

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...

 

24 August 1892 Hawke's Bay Herald (NZ) - Assault Case

...to recover from J. Tracy £20 as damages for assault..."you were a policeman once, but you are a road overseer now..."...The defence was that Tracy was annoyed by being called an Irish informer, sent out from Ireland so that he would not be killed, and by being otherwise slandered...

 

August 1905 IT RIC Transfers...John Treacy, Waterford to Kilkenny...

August 1908 IT Acting sergeant to Sergeant...John Treacy, Kilkenny...

April 29, 1911 (ME)...Sergeant John Tracey...who is in charge of the Mooncoin (Kilkenny) police station...

1911 Census

J. T. [John Treacy], 43, Male, 71.2 [RIC Barracks] Mooncoin, Pollrone, Kilkenny (Sergeant, Farmer's Son, Married, b. Tipperary)

John Treacy, ?, ?, 71.1 Mooncoin, Pollrone, Kilkenny [Not included on form]

Emily M Treacy, 31, F, Mooncoin, Pollrone, Kilkenny (wife, married 5 years, 4 child, b. Waterford City)

Martin J Treacy, 4, F, Mooncoin, Pollrone, Kilkenny

Seaghan J Treacy, 3, M, Mooncoin, Pollrone, Kilkenny

Herbert C Treacy, 2, M, Mooncoin, Pollrone, Kilkenny

Una Treacy, 1, F, Mooncoin, Pollrone, Kilkenny

March RIC Magazine TREACEY. - 1st February, 1912, at R.I.C. Barracks, Mooncoin, County  Kilkenny, the wife of Sergeant J. Treacey, of a daughter.

November 1913 IT The many friends of Sergeant John Treacy, Mooncoin, County Kilkenny, will learn with regret of his approaching departure from the famous hurling parish. Though a comparatively young man, he has seen 25 years service and is retiring on pension to take up the position of collector of income tax at Clonmel. During his six year stay at Mooncoin he was extremely popular with all classes and to mark their appreciation of his service with a testimonial. It is stated that Mr. and Mrs. Treacy have been the recipients of many valuable presents.

December 1913 IT An interesting event took place at Rathkieran, when ex-sergeant Treacy, Clonmel was the recipient of a very handsome presentation consisting of a purse of thirty sovereigns, subscribed by the residents in the Mooncoin and Carrigeen districts...

 

1901 Census

John Treacy, 62, M, 11 King Street East, Kilkenny Urban, Kilkenny, R.I.C Pensioner, R Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Queens County

Marianne Treacy, 57, F, King Street East, Kilkenny Urban, Kilkenny, Dress Maker, R Catholic, Wife, Married, Kilkenny City

Marianne Treacy, 24, F, King Street East, Kilkenny Urban, Kilkenny, Dress Maker, R Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Limerick City

Margaret Treacy, 18, F, King Street East, Kilkenny Urban, Kilkenny, Scholar, R Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Limerick City

Ignatious Treacy, 16, M, King Street East, Kilkenny Urban, Kilkenny, Scholar, R Catholic, Son, Not Married, Limerick City

Francis Treacy, 14, M, King Street East, Kilkenny Urban, Kilkenny, Scholar, R Catholic, Son, Not Married, Limerick City

 

1889 The Book of County Tipperary Hollyford Sergt J, Treacy, R I Constabulary, Hollyford, Tipperary.

May 1896 Retirement of Sargeant John Treacy, R.I.C. Hollyford after 30 years service. Mr. and Mrs. Treacy intend to settle down in the Vale of Ovaco, Co. Wicklow.

1901 Census:

John Treacy, 53, M, 6 Ballygahan Lower, Ovoca, Wicklow, Pensioner Sergeant R.I.C, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Queen's County

Mary Treacy, 53, F, Ballygahan Lower, Ovoca, Wicklow, Roman Catholic, Wife, Married, Co Wexford

Anne Mary Treacy, 17, F, Ballygahan Lower, Ovoca, Wicklow, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Tipperary

Peter Treacy, 15, M, Ballygahan Lower, Ovoca, Wicklow, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Wexford

John Treacy, 13, M, Ballygahan Lower, Ovoca, Wicklow, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Wexford

1911 Census:

John Treacy, 63, M, 9 Ballygahan, Lower, Avoca, Wicklow (head, Ex Sergeant R.I.C. and farmer, b. Queens)

Mary Treacy, 62, F, Ballygahan, Lower, Avoca, Wicklow (married 32 years, 5 child, 3 alive, b. Wexford)

Anne Mary Treacy, 25, F, Ballygahan, Lower, Avoca, Wicklow (daughter, single, b. Tipperary)

John Thomas Treacy, 22, M, Ballygahan, Lower, Avoca, Wicklow (son, farmers son, single, b. Wexford)

 

Jun 19, 1909 (IT) RIC The undernamed recruits...No.1 Company...John Tracy, Antrim.

1911 Census:

John, Treacy, 24, M, Ballyscullion, East, Ballyscullion, Antrim (Constable, RC, Bar man?, single, b. Co. Down)

 

Jno Treacy, 19, Fermanagh, Y,

Jno Treacy, 19, Queens Co, Y,

John Tracy, 20, Kilkenny, 1841

John Tracy, 20, Limerick, Em To Usa, 1859

John Treacey, 19, Tipperary, Y,

John Treacy, 1887, Down, Emigrated, 1906

John Treacy, 19, Queens Co, Y,

John Treacy, 20, Tipperary,

John Treacy, 20, Tipperary, Y, 1888

John Treacy, 21, Kildare, Emigrated,

John Treasy, 19, Galway, 1855

 

Kyran Tracy, 8365 (Kyran Tracy, 19, Kilkenny, enlisted 1846)

 

Martin Treacy, 15143

Martin Treacy, 35513

Martin Treacy, 49459

 

Martin Treacy, 21, Kilkenny, enlisted 1882

Martn Treacy, 19, Galway, Emigrated,

Martn Treacy, 19, Tipperary, Y,

 

1901 Census:

Martin Treacy, 51, M, 24 South Quay, Newcastle, Limerick, Retired Policeman, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Co Tipperary

Sarah Treacy, 50, F, South Quay, Newcastle, Limerick, Retired Policeman, Roman Catholic, Wife, Married, Dublin City

Mary Treacy, 21, F, South Quay, Newcastle, Limerick, Shop Assistant and C, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Limerick

Bridget Treacy, 21, F, South Quay, Newcastle, Limerick, Dressmaker, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Limerick

Sarah Treacy, 18, F, South Quay, Newcastle, Limerick, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Limerick

Joseph A Treacy, 11, M, South Quay, Newcastle, Limerick, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Limerick

1911 Census:

Martin Treacy, 61, M, 25 South Quay, Newcastle Urban, Limerick (R.I.C. pensioner, b. Tipperary)

Sarah Treacy, 63, F, South Quay, Newcastle Urban, Limerick (married 32 years, 7 child 4 alive, b. Dublin City)

Joseph Treacy, 21, M, South Quay, Newcastle Urban, Limerick (son, National Teacher, single)

Bridget Treacy, 30, F, South Quay, Newcastle Urban, Limerick (daughter, dressmaker, single)

Kathleen Treacy, 12, F, South Quay, Newcastle Urban, Limerick (niece, b. Tipperary)

 

 

Mathew Tracey, 8768

8768  Math Tracey, 18,  23-Jun,  Carlow,  C, Labr, Depot, Cork E 1847

 

Math Tracey, b. 1889, Carlow, Enlisted 1915, 852092

 

Michael F Treacy, 52546

 

Michael Tracy, 23863

Michl Tracy, 23863, 20 (b.c. 1838), enlisted 11 Sep 1858, b. Kings [Offaly], RC, married 10/11/1880, wife from Waterford, Labr, to Waterford 12/2/59 Waterford City

 

Michael Tracy, 9795

Mich Tracy, 9795, 21 (b.c. 1826), enlisted 22 Mar 1847, b. Tipperary N,, RC, to  Mayo

 

6 Mar 1869 Ballinrobe Chronicle

Ballinrobe Petty Sessions...Sub-Constable Michael Tracey...

 

Michael Treacy, 21936

Michl Treacy, 21936, 21 (b.c. 1836), enlisted 17 Sep 1857, b. Waterford, RC, Labr, to Cork W 17/1/58

 

Michael Treacy, 23074

Michl Tracy, 23074, 21, (b,c, 1837), enlisted 17-Mar 1858, b. Kings [Offaly] Tipperary S, RC, Labr, to Wexford 16/7/58 Reserve 1/5/62

 

Michael Treacy, 30995

Michael Treacy, 37012

Michael Treacy, 45371

Michael Treacy, 6641

 

1901 Census:

Michael Tracy, 63, M, 1 Main Street, Portlaw, Waterford, Constabulary Pensioner, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Kings Co

Mary Tracy, 47, F, Main Street, Portlaw, Waterford, Roman Catholic, Wife, Married, Co Waterford

Bernard Tracy, 16, M, Main Street, Portlaw, Waterford, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Waterford

Mary Tracy, 14, F, Main Street, Portlaw, Waterford, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Waterford

 

Michael Treacy, 22, Tyrone LDS film 6068

Mich Tracy, 21, Tipperary, 1847

Mich1 Tracy, 20, Kings, Y, 1858

Michael F Treacy, 17, Tipperary, 1887

Michael Treacy, 18, Galway,

Michael Treacy, 20, Kildare, Emigrated,

Michael Treacy, 21, Kings Co,

Michael Treacy, 25, Tipperary,

 

Nicholas Tracy, 10597 (Nichs Tracy, 22, Wexford, enlisted 1847 D 1873)

 

Nicholas Treacy, 74644 (Nicholas J Treacy, 1901, Limerick, 1920)

 

Patrick Treacy, 11030

Patrick Treacy, 26681

Patrick Treacy, 27408

Patrick Treacy, 29273

Patrick Treacy, 31357

Patrick Treacy, 32289

Patrick Tracy, 43623

Patrick Treacy, 48289

Patrick Tracy, 59968

 

1872 Constable John or Patrick Treacy of Clonevin? [Donaghmore] Wexford.

20/02/1872 John Treacy sub const of RIC of Clonevan [Clonevin Donaghmore], complainant. Oulart Court

20/02/1872 Patrick Treacy RIC Clonevan, witness, Oulart Court County Wexford

 

7 July 1884 (BL) Sad Bathing Accident at Stewartstown

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

 

Dec 14, 1901 (IT) RIC

...On the 5th inst, the following recruits...Patrick Tracy, Kerry...

Oct 11, 1913 (IT) RIC

Transfers...Patrick Tracy, Kerry to Galway, W.R...

 

 

Patrick Tracy, 22, Fermanagh, Y, 1901

Patrick Treacy, 18, Queens Co,

Patrick Treacy, 20, Galway,

Patrick Treacy, 20, Galway, Emigrated,

Patrick Treacy, 20, Kings Co, Em To USA

Patrick Treacy, 20, Tipperary,

Patrick Treacy, 21, Fermanagh,

Patrick Treacy, 25, Kilkenny,

Pats Tracy, 20, Fermanagh, 1878 D 1884

 

1824 House of Lords Papers

Peter Tracy, Sub-constable, Garry Castle, Kildare

 

Peter Treacy, 21618

Peter Treacy, 24, b. Wicklow, to Italy

Peter Treacy, 21618, 24 (b.c. 1833), 19 Feb 1857, b. Wicklow, RC, Labr, to Drogheda 12/6/57

 

Peter Treacy, 42480

Peter Treacy, 19, b. Galway,

 

1824 House of Lords Papers

Peter Tracy, Sub-constable, Garry Castle, Kildare

 

Philip Treacy, 67162 (Philip Treacy, 1894, Fermanagh, enlisted 1913)

 

Robert Tracy, 14947 (Robt Tracey, 20, Londonderry, Y, enlisted 1851)

 

Robert J Treacy, 49919 (Robert John Tracy, 17, Monaghan, Y, enlisted 1880[?])

 

Roberti Treacy/Tracy & Maria Anna Rooney

? Treacy b. 17/20 Feb 1868 of Glasslough St Sp. Maria Kelly Monaghan  Parish [Caroline b. 19 Feb 1868 Monaghan, Mon, Ire (LDS)]

Robertus Joannes Tracy b. 28/30 Dec 1870 of Constatalay Banacks Sp. Mathew Murphy & Catharina Kegan Monaghan  Parish

Robert John Tracy b. 1871 Monaghan, Ireland Vol.3 Page 331

[State Reg: Robert F Tracy m. Nora Donovan, Tipperary, 3rd Quarter 1896 3 449]

 

1901 Census

Robt J Tracy, 30, Main Street, Cappamore Town, Cappamore, Limerick, Constable RIC, Policeman's Son, Roman Catholic, Married, Co Monaghan

 

Hanora Tracy, 28, F, 16 Moneynaboola, Clonbeg, Tipperary, Farmers Daughter, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Married, Tipperary South

Roland Tracy, 3, M, Moneynaboola, Clonbeg, Tipperary, Roman Catholic, Grand Son, Not Married, Tipperary South

Denis Tracy, 1, M, Moneynaboola, Clonbeg, Tipperary, Roman Catholic, Grand Son, Not Married, Tipperary South

Johanna Donovan, 60, Female, Head of Family, Roman Catholic, Farmer, Widow, Tipperary South

 

1911 Census:

Robert John Tracy, 39, M, 40 Pallaskenry Town (a), Pallaskenry, Limerick (Constable R.I. Constabulatory, b. Monaghan)

Honora Tracy, 33, F, Pallaskenry Town (a), Pallaskenry, Limerick (married 14 years, 7 child, b. Tipperary)

Robard John Tracy, 13, M, Pallaskenry Town (a), Pallaskenry, Limerick (b. Tipperary)

Denis Francis Tracy, 11, M, Pallaskenry Town (a), Pallaskenry, Limerick (b. Tipperary)

Caroline Mary Tracy, 9, F, Pallaskenry Town (a), Pallaskenry, Limerick

Robert Joseph Tracy, 6, M, Pallaskenry Town (a), Pallaskenry, Limerick

Jerrard Vincent Tracy, 4, M, Pallaskenry Town (a), Pallaskenry, Limerick

Emily Jane Tracy, 3, F, Pallaskenry Town (a), Pallaskenry, Limerick (b. Tipperary)

Patrick Joseph Tracy, 1, M, Pallaskenry Town (a), Pallaskenry, Limerick

 

[See Bluebell Cemetery, Dublin]

 

Robert John Tracy, 53294 (Robert Treacy, 19, Mayo, enlisted 1882)

 

Samuel Treacy, 52768 (Samuel Treacy, 20, Kilkenny, Y, enlisted 1887)

Margaret Sibbald, born 1872, married a Kilkenny RIC man, Samuel Treacy, in Rathdown in 1895. [State Reg: Samuel Treacy, Rathdown, 2nd Quarter 1895 2 765]

http://alison-stewart.blogspot.ie/2012/12/the-sibbald-family-of-renfrewshire-and.html

1901 Census

Samuel Treacy, 33, M, 26 Castle Street, Comber, Down, Constable R. I. C., Church of Ireland, Head of Family, Married, Co Kilkenny

Marguerite Treacy, 25, F, Castle Street, Comber, Down, Constable R. I. C., Church of Ireland, Wife, Married, Co Dublin

Ernest K S Treacy, 5, M, Castle Street, Comber, Down, Scholar, Church of Ireland, Son, Not Married, Co Down

Ethel E Treacy, 2, F, Castle Street, Comber, Down, Scholar, Church of Ireland, Daughter, Not Married, Co Down

(lived in Belfast, Co. Antrim 1907/1910 Directory)

September 1907 IT Courageous Conduct...Constable Samuel Treacy, Belfast, Second Class and £1 10s.

July 1910 IT Constable to acting Sergeant...Samuel Treacy, Belfast.

1907 Belfast Street Directory Samuel Tracey, R.I.C., 32 Willowfield Gardens

1910 Belfast Street Directory Samuel Trecay (Treacy Tracey), R.I.C., 38 Willowfield Gardens (off Woodstock Road)

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

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

Jul 9, 1910 (IT) RIC

Constable Samuel Tracey, Mountpottinger [Belfast], has been promoted to the rank of acting-sergeant after long service in the force.

1911 Census:

Samuel Treacy, 43, M, 38 Willowfield Gardens, Ormeau, Down (CoI, acting Sargt. R.I.C. b. Kilkenny)

Margaret Treacy, 33, F, Willowfield Gardens, Ormeau, Down (CoI, married 16 years, 4 child, b. Dublin)

Ernest W S Treacy, 15, M, Willowfield Gardens, Ormeau, Down (CoI)

Ethel E Treacy, 10, F, Willowfield Gardens, Ormeau, Down (CoI)

Saml R Treacy, 9, M, Willowfield Gardens, Ormeau, Down (CoI)

Austin Treacy, 7, M, Willowfield Gardens, Ormeau, Down (CoI, b. Belfast)

Aril 1912 acting Sergeant to Sergeant...Samuel Treacy, Belfast

 

 

Stephen Treacy, 16443 (Stephen Treacy, 19,  b. Roscommon)

16443, Stephen Treacy, Appt. 11 Nov 1852, 19 years, b. Roscommon, RC, single, labourer, stationed Tipperary N.

http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/roscommon/military/ric-roscommon.txt

 

 

 

Apr 12, 1924 (IT) Royal Ulster Constabulary

At Sydney street West Barracks a curfew dance was held by CI Division officers and non-coms...A capable committee under H.C. M. T. Tracey carried out the arrangements.

Feb 28, 1925 (IT)

...Barracks, Sydney street West Belfast...West Regiment "C1" Special Constabulary...All the arrangements were carried out by the following committee:- Head Constable Major T. Tracey...

 

Charles Treacy, Ardgart Fermanagh? Ireland, 1921, 33 years, farmer, Brother Sergt T Treacy, R.I.C. Gort Galway, Ireland. lived 1919 Sepr? USA, Brother Wm Treacy, United States Hospital, Chelsea, Mass. Med Cert – Paralysis partial with muscular atrophy at upper extreamity [written in]. 5’8”, fresh complexion, fair hair, grey eyes. b. Ardeart Ireland.

 

Thomas Tracey, 70890

Thomas Tracy, 2544

Thomas Treacy, 15998

Thomas Treacy, 26768

Thomas Treacy, 28471

Thomas Treacy, 33773

Thomas Treacy, 41527

Thomas Treacy, 55329

 

March 18, 1851 (FJ) Kerry...constable Thomas Tracey...

 

1872-3 Return of inquests at Templemore, Eliogarty...Head-Constable Thomas Tracy.

 

1880 Inspector of Reformatory Schools of Ireland

St. Patrick's Reformatory School for Roman Catholic Boys, Co. Cork. Inspected 15/2/1879 and 18/5/1879

In my report of 1878...he has engaged Mr. Thomas Tracy (late Head-constable, R.I.C.) to act as agent for the Reformatory in Cork. Mr. Tracy is supplied with a list of boys on licence, and it is his duty to visit them from time to time, and to assist them with advice, and when necessary with food, money and clothes...

 

Thomas Treacy: The Will of Thomas Treacy late of Killcraw County Fermanagh Police Pensioner deceased who died 6 May 1882 at same place was proved at Armagh by Daniel Treaey of Killcraw aforesaid Farmer one of the Executors. Date Of Grant: 14/09/1882 Effects: Effects £212

The Will of Thomas Treacy late of Killcraw [Killyraw Galloon] County Fermanagh Police Pensioner deceased who died 6 May 1882 at same place was proved at Armagh by Daniel Treaey of Killcraw aforesaid Farmer one of the Executors. [Will: my brothers James William Philip, John, Francis £10, sister Ellen Magovern? £10, mother £20, brother Hugh £20, brother Dan £100 watch and chain, date 1st May 1882]

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

Thomas Treacy 6 May 1882 Killcraw Fermanagh, police pensioner, by Daniel Treacy, farmer

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

Thomas Tracy 27 Jan 1886 Clarence Street Cork, retired Head Constable RIC, by Joseph Byrne, grocers assistant

 

Thomas Tracey, 1891, Fermanagh, 1920

Thomas Treacy, 18, Mayo, 1892

Thos Tracy, 19, Waterford, Y, 1837

Thos Treacy, 18, Roscommon, Emigrated,

Thos Treacy, 19, Kilkenny, Emigrated,

Thos Treacy, 20, Kings Co,

Thos Treacy, 21, Galway, Y,

Thos Treacy, 23, Fermanagh,

 

Timothy Tracey, 43652 (Timy Tracey, 19, Kerry, married, enlisted 1878 Died 1892)

R.I.C. Died in Service. (1st July 92 to 1st January 93): 43652 Timothy Tracey. Con. Wexford.

State Reg: Timothy Tracey, Death, Jul - Sep 1892 New Ross, age 34, b.c. 1858

Timothy Tracey of Ballynabole, died 13 September 1892, married, 34 years, police constable, phthises 2 years, informant Anty Cullen [her mark] Ballynabole present at death   

 

Timothy Tracey, 28, Bachelor, Constulary, of Manor (s. of John Tracey, Michael crossed out, Clerk) married Mary Lawlor, 18, Spinster, of John St (d. of Michael Lawlor, Clerk) 3rd February 1887 St. Johns Waterford Wit: John Lawlor & May McGrath

Timothy Tracey of Arthurstown Constable RIC & Mary Josephine Lawler [see 1911 census living in Cork]

Margaret Mary Tracey b. 11 April 1889 Arthurstown

Timothy Tracey b. 1991 [New Ross, 2nd Quarter 1891 4 657] Timothy Treacey of Ballynabola [Kilscanlan Wexford], died 21 May 1892, 1 year, police constable son, convulsions 3 days, Informant Timothy Tracey father occupier Ballynabola

 

28/8/1891 Timothy Tracey of Ballinabulla [Ballynabola Kilscanlan Co. Wexford], complainant

22/4/1892 C [constable] Timothy Tracey of Ballinabulla, complainant

13/05/1892 C [constable] Timothy Tracey of Ballinabulla, complainant & witness, dog

29/03/1897 Matthew Tracey of Ballinebulla, Dog Licence

 

1901 Census [possible connection]

Mary Tracey, 31, F, 9 Ballyvodock East, Midleton, Cork, Domestic Servant Housemaid, Catholic, Servant, Married, Co Waterford

Margaret Tracey, 12, F, St. Mary’s Orphanage, Fitton Street West and East, Cork Urban No. 5, Cork, Pupil, R Catholic, Not Married, Waterford

 

1911 Census

Mary Josephine Treacy, 42, F, 8.1 Mardyke Street, Cork No. 7 Urban (part of), Cork (head, widow, married 23 years, 3 children/1 alive, b. Waterford)

Margaret Mary Treacy, 21, F, Mardyke Street, Cork No. 7 Urban (part of), Cork (daughter, single, National school teacher, b. Wexford)

 

Margaret Mary Treacy (1889 Arthurstown, County Wexford - 1973 Brighton, East Sussex, England, UK)

Mother: Mary Josephine mar. Treacy 1867-1955

Husband1: unknown Fuller 1885-1930

Husband2: Terence William Cummins 1900-1990

Departure: Traveling By Air Aboard An American Export Airline Flight With Daughter Peggy Cummins To New York City, New York, Arriving 13 Sep 1945; Then By Train To Hollywood, California.1945

Foynes Flying-boat Station, Co. Limerick, Ireland to Botwood, Newfoundland and on to New York

 

William Samuel Tracy, cadet ('cadet' means that he started service in the Royal Irish Constabulary as an officer) (William. S Tracy, enlisted 1824)  (see William Samuel Tracy)

William Treacey, 26497

William Treacy, 19434

William Treacy, 24352

William Treacy, 39317

William Treacy, 62509

William Treacy, 71518

William Treacy, 8797

 

May 20, 1859 (FJ) The Limerick Tragedy - The Inquest...Sub-Constable Wm. Tracey...

 

20 December 1874 (FJ) Constabulary Intelligence...Sub-constable William Tracey has been transferred from Bray to Roundwood.

 

29 July 1876 (NG) Borrisoleigh Petty Sessions ...Acting-constable William Tracey...

 

12 January 1877 (FJ) The Constabulary...There has been no head constable appointed to the Nenagh Constabulary district since the superannuation last month of Head-Constable Dominick Leahy. The senior sergeant, Constable William Tracey, is discharging the duties of head constable pro tem.

 

1901 Census - 117 North Strand Road, North Dock, Dublin (see Agnes Treacy)

William Treacy, 65, Male, Head of Family, Co Fermanagh, Ex Head Const R.I.C. and Bankruptcy Courts Messenger

Susan Treacy, 63, Female, Wife, Co Limerick, Wife

Edward J Treacy, 39, Male, Son, Co Tipperary, Storekeeper D.M. Police, single

Hugh D Treacy, 26, Male, Son, Co Tipperary, Commercial Traveller and Merchant Wine Trade, single

Agnes Treacy, 21, Female, Daughter, Co Tipperary, Professor of Music, single

Ethel Treacy, 12, Female, Grand Daughter, Co Westmeath, Scholar

1911 Census

Edward J, Treacy, 58 Cabra Park, Phibsborough, 49, M, Glasnevin Ward Dublin (Head, b. Limerick, Inspector DMP, single)

Hugh D, Treacy, Cabra Park, Phibsborough, 30, M, Glasnevin Ward Dublin (Brother, b. Tipperary, Wine Merchant, single)

Agnes, Treacy, Cabra Park, Phibsborough, 27, F, Glasnevin Ward Dublin (Sister, b. Tipperary, Professor of Music and Singing, single)

 

Oct 5, 1907 (IT) RIC No. 4 Company...William Tracy, do [Mayo]...

April 1913 IT RIC Transfers...William Treacy, from Mayo to Waterford...

 

1910 Quebec Arrivals - Ship Name: Grampian 

Wm R Tracey, 27?, b. Ireland, to Toronto, former policeman, farmer for 12 years

 

William Treacy, 1881, Tipperary, 1907

William Treacy, 1902, Limerick, 1920

Wm Treacey, 21, Kildare, Y,

Wm Treacy, 18, Clare,

Wm Treacy, 19, Dublin,

Wm Treacy, 19, Fermanagh, Y,

Wm Treacy, 20, Roscommon,

 

12 December 1879 Freeman's Journal

...Con. Tracy from Grey Abbey [Co. Down?] to Ratufrila...

 

October 1896 ...Not many years ago there was also in the force a family of seven brothers named Tracey.

 

 

The service numbers can be looked up on microfilm held in the National Archives (Ireland and UK) and the LDS.

 

A rough guide to the years is as follows:

1-2000 1816-1835

-10000  -1847

-20000  -1856

-40000  -1874

-60000  -1899

 

Recruits were not allowed to serve in their or their wife’s native counties. Cadets became officers.

 

Herlihy, Jim (1999) The Royal Irish Constabulary. Four Court Press, Dublin.

 

 

 

DUBLIN METROPOLITAN POLICE

 

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

 

Edward James Treacey, DMP 8414, born 1858, Nenagh Co. Tipperary

Edward Tracy, DMP 3042, born 1825, Castlejordan, King’s County

Edward Tracy, DMP 9469, born 1868, Myshall, Co. Carlow

 

Dec 19, 1905 (IT) DMP

...Prisioners Department Store Street...replaced by Constable Treacy, 155 C...

Nov 9, 1918 (IT) Police News

Dublin Metropolitan Police....His many friends in the C Division extend their sincere sympathy to their comrade, Constable Edward Tracy, 155 C, who has lost by death his youngest child, Maria Patricia, aged 7, who died on the 2nd inst. at her residence, Courtney Place, Ballybough road. The funeral to Glasnevin on Tuesday was private.

Apr 19, 1919 (IT) Police News

Retirements...Constable Edward Tracy, 155 C, also retired on pension, had a service of over 30 years. He joined the force from Myshall, Co. Carlow, and returns to his native place to take up a farm of land there.

 

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

 
James Tracey, DMP 2267, born 1813, Westport, Co. Mayo; ex-Constabulary
James Tracey, DMP 2305, born 1818, St. James', Dublin City; ex-Constabulary
 

August 14, 1840 (FJ) Dublin Police, College Street

James Tracy 42B

 

James Tracy & Marianne [Sheridan?]

Catherine born 26 December 1840 bapt 12 May 1841 of 15 Lower Kevin St (fathers occupation: Policeman) St. Peter’s CI

 

September 19, 1843 (FJ) To the Editor

...female in the Liffey...I should not forget to remark that the assistance of James Tracy, 42A, was most valuable...

 

John Tracey, DMP 2110, born 1817, Kyle, Queens Co.

John Treacy, DMP 11938, born 1897, Portumna Co. Galway; Garda

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

 

Philip Treacy, DMP 9378, born 1866, Aughadrumsee Co. Fermanagh

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

 

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

 

 

Apr 26, 1924 (FJ)

...Constable John Tracey, 64D, to C Division, and allocated to Chapelizod Station...

 

May 19, 1928 (IT) Irish Police News

7566 Guard Edw. Tracy, Roscommon to Ballinasloe.

Nov 24, 1928 (IT) Irish Police News

7566 Guard E. Tracy, Ballinasloe to Aughrim.

 

May 25, 1929 (IT) Irish Police News

74 Guard P. Tracy, Passage West to Lower road, Cork.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last update: 29 June 2017