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Albert James Frederick Tracey
3 March, 1911 The London Gazette
Board of Education: Assistant Clerk (Abstractor), Albert James Frederick Tracey.
Private Albert James Frederick Tracey
Date of Birth: 11/04/1891 – Date of Death: 25/05/1915
British Army, 1/15 London Regiment (Prince of Wales' Own Civil Service Rifles), Service #1940
Andrew Treacy, born 1832
Ann Tracey, born 1902 Liverpool Lancashire England
Anna Tracey, born 1859 Townstall, Dartmouth Devon England
Charles Harland Tracey, born 1858 Rathmines Dublin Ireland
8 February 1876 The London Gazette
Civil Service Commission...passed preliminary examination...Class II...Charles Hyland Tracey... [See Rathmines Parish Records]
19 February 1876 (N) Civil Service Examinations
...passed preliminary examination...Charles Harland Tracey...
July 1876 St. Vincents College, Castleknock
present...C.H. Tracy, Esq...
October 3, 1876 The London Gazette
Local Government Board (Ireland)...Charles Harland Tracey...to be Clerks (Lower Division).
July 1878 Cricket
Civil Service...C.H. Tracy...
8 February 1876 The London Gazette
1 February 1876 Civil Service Commission...Preliminary Examination...Charles Harland Tracey
8 September 1876 The Edinburgh Gazette
4 September 1876 Civil Service Commission...Examination...48. Charles Hyland Tracey, Dublin
6 October 1876 The Edinburgh Gazette
Local Government Board (Ireland)...Charles Hyland Tracey...(Lower Division).
October 1878 Cricket
Civil Service committee...CH Tracy...
Cornelius Treacy, born 1852 Moneygall King's County Ireland
1872-73 Civil Service Commission
Cornelius Treacy, Census Office (Ireland), Temporary Clerk, 1873 Feb 6
25 July 1873 The London Gazette
Civil Service Commission-, July 24, 1873;
THE Civil Service Comissioners hereby State that at an Examination held in pursuail of the Regulations, dated 26th April, I873, and published in the London Gazette, of. 29th April, 1873, for the situation, of Second Class Assistant of Excise, in the Inland Revenue Department, the undermentioned candidates obtained tlie places marked against their names, viz : —
114 Treacy, Cornelius, Dublin
9 May 1874 The Irish Teachers' Journal and Magazine
Queens Service Academy 34 Lower Gardiner Street Dublin
...during 1873 alone the following pupils...were successful for the Excise...Mr C Treacy...
Edward Joseph Treacy, born 1847 Mountrath Queen's County Ireland
1867 Edward Joseph Treacy. Entry papers for service as an Excise man.
Ernest Musson Tracey, born 1872 Clarendon, Cape Of Good Hope Cape Province South Africa
Francis Treacy, born 1839 Ballintober Roscommon Ireland
Henry Tracey, born 1844 Castleconnell Limerick Ireland [see William Samuel Tracy]
Henry Armrott Tracey, born 1834 Port Royal Jamaica West Indies
Henry De Norcliff Tracey, born 1861 Rathmines, Dublin Dublin Ireland
Henry Elliot Tracey, born 1838 Francis Street, Westminster Middlesex England
List of Certified Candidates
Henry Elliott Tracey, General Register Office, Clerk, 1856 May 16
James Treacy, born 1842 Tenikilly Queen's County Ireland
James Tracy, born 1851 Crossdoney Cavan Ireland
John Treacy, born 1829
John Tracy, born 1829 Cappoquin Waterford Ireland [see Killea RC Waterford]
1853 John Treacy. Entry papers for service as an Excise man.
Civil Service Evidence of Age: John Tracy, born 2 Nov 1829, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford.
Society of Genealogists ref: 47781 059.
Civil Service Evidence of Age: John Treacy, born 24 July 1829. Birth place not given. brother Francis Treacy.
Society of Genealogists ref: 25175 036
John Treacy Snipehill, Ballintubber, Roscommon, - declaration for customs officer 8 June 1853. Then spent six weeks in Dublin
John Treacy bapt. 29th August 1829 Sp. Peter Tiernan & Elinor Wade
John Tracy/Treacy, born 1841 Carrick-On-Suir Waterford Ireland
John Joseph Treacy, born 1880 North Melbourne Victoria Australia
John Robert Tracey, born 1844 Marlborough Street, Dublin Ireland
1872-73 Civil Service Commission Examination Papers
Table showing the marks obtained by the candidates in the open competition for 24 appointments as sub-assistant commissary in the supply and transport sub-division of the Control Department of the Army held on 11th February 1873 and subsequent days,
16. L Tracey
English composition 160/200
Martin Treacy, born 1843
Maryann Treacy, born 1831
Michael Lionel Tracey, born 1889 Limerick Limerick Ireland
Minnie Treacy, born 1882 Fintown Donegal Ireland
2 June 1908 The London Gazette
May 9, 1908.
Prison Service, Ireland: Assistant Matron, Minnie Treacy.
1909 (326) Government Departments (Ireland).- General Prison Board
Minnie Treacy, 27 years, 1 year 2 months service, Assistant Matron [1911 Census - Carrignaveigh, Cork Cork]
Pat Treacy, born 1841
Patrick Tracey, born 1845 Portarlington Queen's County Ireland
Patrick Tracy, born 1840 Tullamore King's County Ireland
Patrick Tracy, full age, single, Revenue Officer, lives Graves End England, (s. of Patrick Tracey, music professor) married Rose Molloy, full age, single, spinster, lives Tullamore, (d. of James Molloy, taylor) 19 May 1864 RC Chapel Tullamore Wit: Charles A Tracy & Annie Kelly [Tullamore Tullamore PLU] see Tullamore
Robert Tracey, born 1861 Knockbrack Londonderry Ireland
Stephen Tracy/Treacy, born 1832 Ballintubber Roscommon Ireland
Stephen Treacy, born 1834
1856 Stephen Treacy. Entry papers for service as an Excise man.
Stephen Tracey, Dublin
Stph Treacy, Galway 2D
S Treacy, Letterkenny 2
S. Treacey, Letterkenny, (Dunfanaghy)
March 1875 Inland Revenue Promotions
...Mr. S. Treacy, Dublin 9th to 11th division, Dublin...
April 23, 1875 (FJ) Irish Civil Service
Inland Revenue...Mr. S. Treacey, Dublin to 15th division Dublin...
Inland Revenue Office, Queen's Square, Division Officers - Belfast 2nd Division; Stephen Treacy
Stephen Tracy married Maria Wilhelmina Gilligan Wit: Andrew Treacy & Cate Giligan on the 18 Apr 1872 St. Nicholas East, Galway City
Stephen Tracey of 79 Manor Street, Revenue Officer, & Maria Gilligan
Rose Tracey b. 24 Dec 1873 of 79 Manor Street. Jane Mathew her mark 71 Prussia Street present at birth [North City Dublin]
Stephen Treacy & Maria W Gilligan
Rosetta Maria Christina Treacy b. 24 Dec 1873 bapt. 5 Jan 1874 of 79 Manor St Sp. Michael Gilligan & Jane Hope St. Paul's, Dublin City Parish
Stephen Treacy of Salt Hill, Inland Revenue Officer & Maria Wilhelmina Teresa Gilligan
Andrew Mara? O'Conor Treacy b. 4th December 1879 Salt Hill [Galway PLU]
12 December 1879 Belfast Morning News
"... Stephen Treacy, Eeq., H.M. Inland Revenue, Belfast, of a son."
6 March 1880 Belfast Morning News
Treacy—March 3, at Salt Hill, Gallway, Maria W. T. Treacy, wife of Stephen Treacy, H.M. Inland ... ”
28 Dec 1882 The Irish Canadian
At Galway, on December 4th Mr Stephen Treacy, an excise officer, was found dead in bed. The servant called Mr Treacy to breakfast at eleven o'clock in the morning, when he told her he would not rise for a little longer; and at four o'clock she again called him to dinner, but receiving no reply, went into the bedroom and found him dead. Deceased was a widower and 48 years old.
Stephen Tracey/Treacy, born 1854 Woodville, Nr Nenagh Tipperary Ireland
Thomas Tracey, born 1840 Dysart Louth Ireland
List of Certified Candidates 1861
Thomas Tracey, Customs, Out-door Officer, August 8
1901 Census of England
Thomas Tracey, 61, Ireland County South [Louth?], Officer Of Customs, West Ham, Borough Of West Ham
Flan (Flanagan) Tracy, a gauger [revenue officer] of Athlone East Walk, Westmeath, who died 17 December 1825. [see Thomas Stanley Tracey]
1815 Accounts and Papers relating to Increase and Diminution of Salaries in Public Offices of Ireland
Milltary - Ordance Office
William Weaver, esquire, Storekeeper, Athlone £85
Mr. J. Dupleix, 1st Clerk to ditto £20
Mr. J. Tracy, Assistant Clerk to ditto £20
1820 Accounts and Papers relating to Increase and Diminution of Salaries
Milltary - Ordance Office
Athlone Storekeeper's Department, Joseph Tracey, Late Assistant Clerk-reduced, Annual amount £110
1820 The commercial directory of Scotland, Ireland, and the four most Northern counties of England for 1821-22 & 23, etc
John Tracy, Esqrs. Assessor of Taxes, Excise Office, Londonderry
1836 (415) Petty sessions, Ireland
Castlerea...P. Treacy, Clerk
20 April 1836
Petty Sessions Castlerea
20 April 1836 Petty Sessions Castlerea
22 June 1843 - 1842 Petty Sessions, Ballinlough Roscommon
22 June 1843 - 1842 Magistrates Castlerea, Roscommon
1842-44, 1852-54 Fees for Petty Sessions Castlerea
P. Patrick Treacy, Clerk
1856 Return of persons temporarily engaged as supernumeraries, draughtsmen, and clerks in Departments of Customs, Excise, and Works in Dublin
Poor Law Commission
William Tracey, entered 8 Feb 1849, 5s per working day, 7 years completed, Registering papers and copying, 1 Feb 1856: 6s per working day
1856-57 Report of President of Queen's College, Belfast
List of the Successful Candidates - Civil Service of the East India Company (1857 the First Year of Public Competition)
Mr. [Thomas Burrows] Tracy, 21 years on the 1st May 1857, educated Trinity College Dublin, 2092 marks [see William Samuel Tracy]
1856-7 British Tariff
List of Officiers and Clerks of H. M. Customs
H. J. Treacy, Waterford
Waterford...Pittman. Hugh J Treacy...
February 1863 Civil Service
Customs...Mr Hugh L Tracy, from 3rd to 2nd class...
1862 Thom's Irish Almanac and Official Directory (Roscommon)
Petty Sessions Courts
Place where held, Day, and Name of Clerk.
Ballintobber, Ballymoe, second Wednesday; W. Treacy.
Ballinlough, Castlerea, second Wednesday; W. Treacy.
Castlerea, second Saturday; W. Treacy.
1874 Thoms Directory
Danl Thos Tracey, Local Government Board (see Daniel Thomas Treacy)
Richard Tracy, Clerk of the Petty Sessions, Clane and Naas [Kildare] (see Cantrell Tracy of Naas)
William Tracy, Clerk Second Class, Local Government Board, Custom House, Dublin
Daniel Treacy, Clerk of the Crown, Queen's Co. (see Daniel Thomas Treacy)
W.A. Treacey, County Surveyor, East Div., Dungannon, Co. Tyrone (see Treacys of Ballymena Antrim)
W. Treacy, Clerk of Petty Sessions, Ballintobber, Ballinlough and Castlerea [Roscommon]
1 August 1893 List of clerks employed in the Office of the Commission
Miss Tracey, appointed 4th July 1892
2 March 1915 The London Gazette & 5 March 1912 The Edinburgh Gazette
Customs and Excise Department:
Officers of Customs and Excise, ...Joseph Andrew Treacy.
1922–24 Alphabetical correspondence file ‘O’ of the Victimised Civil Servants’ Association.
Contains letters outlining cases of victimisation from...Seosamh Ó Treasaigh (Customs and Excise);...
Papers of L.S. Gógan LA27/217
9 January 1923 Cork Examiner
... Jerh Treacy. Bunaboy, Pallasgrean, who has been appointed District Sessions Clerk for Croom and Pallasgrean was an official of the Customs and Excise prior to 1916 ...
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