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By County

 

??? Tracy of Thorncastle Street [Ringsend] Dublin

 

Andrew Treacy, Fianna Eireann, Roscommon

Andrew Treacy, Intelligence Officer, K Company 4 Batallion 1 Cork Brigade

 

Annie Treacy nee Corcoran, dispatch rider, Cumann na mBan North Roscommon Brigade.

 

Bgt. M. Treacy, Miss, Lislea, Lr., Ballinalee, Co. Longford

 

Charles Edward Treacy, Aughakilimore, Ballinalee, A (Clonbroney) Company, 1 Battalion, Longford Brigade

Charles Treacy, Dernavogey, Aughnacliffe, B (Columcille) Company, 1 Battalion, Longford Brigade

Charles Treacy, Fianna Éireann, D Company, Limerick City Battalion, Limerick Brigade

Charles Treacy, of Dublin

Chas Treacy, "D" Coy Aughakilimore, Ballinalee, Co. Longford.

Chris Treacy, Monasterevan, Co. Kildare

 

Christopher (Kit) Treacy, O/C Carlow Brigade & 1st Lieutenant Monasterevin, Oghill, Kildare

Christopher Tracey, 21 Caragh Road, Naas, Co. Kildare.

 

Columbo Treacy, Kiltrustan, Co. Roscommon

 

Cornelius Treacy [of Lislea, Longford?]

Cornelius Treacy of Toomevara, Tipperary

 

Daniel Treacey of Galway, 5 Battalion, 1 Western Division

Daniel Treacy, B (Dunkerrin) Company, 7 Battalion, 1 Tipperary Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Tipperary & Offaly

 

Denis Treacy, B (Dunkerrin) Company, 7 Battalion, 1 Tipperary Brigade, 3 Southern Division

Denis Treacy, Ballinamoe, Moneygall, Co. Tipperary

Denis Treacy, Ballyhorgan, County Kerry

Denis Treacy, C Company 4 Battalion North Tipperary, of Borrisokane Tipperary & Cork

Denis Treacy, Dunnamaggin, Co. Kilkenny

Denis Treacy, G Company, 2 Battalion, 2 Tipperary Brigade, 2 Southern Division of Templemore Tipperary & Dublin

 

E. Tracey, Capt & 2nd Lieut, Dublin?

 

Edmond Treacy, D (Moyne) Company, 2 Battalion, 2 Tipperary Brigade, 2 Southern Division

 

Edward Tracey of Waterside Derry & Fort Dunree Donegal

Edward Tracey, dead, [Gortin Co. Tyrone]

Edward Tracey, Dublin

Edward Tracey, Glenelly Valley, County Tyrone.

Edward Tracey, In England (Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh)

Edward Treacy (now Dublin) [Roscrea], Co. Tipperary

Edward Treacy, Ivy House, Holycross, Tipperary

Edward Treacy, Newtown, Donore, Naas, O/C Prosperous, Co. Kildare

Edward/Éamonn Tracey, 1st Lieutenant, of Bruff Limerick

 

Ellen Treacy, Miss, Gelsha, Ballinlee, Co. Longford

 

Eugene Tracey, Fenagh, County Carlow

 

Francis [Frances] Treacy, Dublin.

Frank Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

Frank Treacy,  Cloonfree Coy. Co. Roscommon

Frank Treacy, Kiltrustan, Co. Roscommon

 

Henry Treacy, D Company, 3 Battalion, Kilkenny Brigade, of Kilkenny & Dublin

 

Jack Treacy, Guarda, Co. Limerick [Kerry 1 Brigade 2nd Battalion]

 

James Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

James Tracey, Fianna Éireann Dublin

James Treacy Mountbellew, Ballinasloe Co. Galway

James Treacy or Seán Treasaigh of Mountbellew, Galway and Wicklow

James Treacy, Avoca Company, Wicklow

James Treacy, Bulgaden Cmpany, 4 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade, 2 Southern Division

James Treacy, Derrygonnolly, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh

James Treacy, Raheen, Co. Kilkenny

 

Jerry (Jeremiah) Treacy, Company C.O., E Company, 1 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade

 

Joe [Denis Joe] Treacy, Ballymacaquim, Co. Kerry

 

John Joseph Treacy alias O'Brien alias White,  G Company, 4 Battalion, Mid Clare Brigade, of Miltown Malbay Clare & Cork

John Joseph Treacy, Ballinturly, Fuerty, Co. Roscommon 

John Rupert Treacy, [Professor] of Youghal, County Cork, Limerick, Dublin and Sligo.

John Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

John Tracey, D (Emo) Company, 5 Battalion, Laois Brigade

John Tracy, Director of Dispatches, Geashill, Offaly

John Tracy, Nationalist solicitor, Derry and Donegal

John Treacey/Treacy, Roscrea, Tipperary

John Treacy (now U.S.A.) [Roscrea], Co. Tipperary

John Treacy, 1 Cork Brigade, of Youghal, Cork

John Treacy, A Company. 7 Battalion, 1 Tipperary Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Tipperary, Offaly & Manchester England

John Treacy, Abbey, Co. Galway

John Treacy, B (Bulgaden) Company, 4 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade

John Treacy, B Company, 4 Battalion, West Clare Brigade, 1 Western Division

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone, Co. Tipperary, Co. Tipperary

John Treacy, Bishop St, Tuam (Sec. Com.) now U.S.A., Co. Galway

John Treacy, Drumscar Lickmolassy Co. Galway & Garda Dublin

John Treacy, Limerick

John Treacy, Monivea, Athenry, Co. Galway

John Treacy, Portumna Company, Portumna Battalion, South East Galway Brigade, Garda of Dublin

John Treacy, Rockfield Abbeydorney Kerry

 

Joseph [Denis Joe] Treacy, Adjt, Ballinorig/Ballymacandrew Ardfert, Co. Kerry

Joseph Tracey, Bunavie, Co. Limerick [see Jerry Treacy]

Joseph Tracey, Limerick City

Joseph Tracey, Mullingar, Westmeath

Joseph Treacy, 1st Lieutenant, A (Dunmore) Company, 1 Battalion, North Galway Brigade, 2 Western Division

Joseph Treacy, U.S.A., Newcastle Coy., Co. Galway

Joseph Treacy, U.S.A., Newcastle Coy., Co. Galway

 

Julia Treacy nee Ryan, D Company, 6 Battalion, 1 Tipperary Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Tipperary & Limerick

 

Kate Harrison nee Treacy, Cumman na mBan, Tipperary and Dublin Brigades, of Limerick & Dublin

Kate Tracy, Dublin

Kathleen Mary Morley nee Tracey, president Cumann na mBan Arlow Wicklow, Bay View Ferrybank Arklow Wicklow & The Mall Wicklow Wicklow & St. Jude's Galway Road Tuam Galway & Mullingar Westmeath

Katie Tracey, Cumann na mBan, Geashill, Offaly

 

Maggie Treacy, Miss, Lislea Mills, Ballinlee, Co. Longford

Margaret Tracy, Straffan, Co. Kildare

 

Martin Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Co. Tipperary

Martin Treacy, Gurteen Company, Mountbellew Battalion, South East Galway Brigade

Martin Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary

Martin Treacy, Welterstown, Nurney, Kildare

 

Marie Treacy, Miss, Lislea Mills, Ballinlee, Co. Longford

Mary Anne Treacy, Mrs, nee Meleady. Captain Ballydaly Branch, 1 Brigade Cumann na Mban Offaly

Mary Kate Treacy, Miss, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee, Co. Longford

Mary Tracey, 37 Westmuir Street Glasgow, Scotland.

Mary Treacy, Mrs, Bunlahy Ballinlee, Co. Longford

 

Maurice Treacy, Killahan, O'Dornet, Co. Kerry

 

Michael Tracey, Baldonnel Dublin and Killeshandra, Co. Cavan

Michael Tracey, of Ballinalee, Co. Longford. North Longford Flying Column

Michael Treacy, Dublin

Michael Treacy, Dublin

Michael Treacy, Gowran Brigade, of Kilkenny & Dublin

Michael Treacy, Larraghmore, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

Michael Treacy, Monivea, Athenry, Co. Galway

Michael Treacy, Monivea, Athenry, Co. Galway

Michael Treacy, North Galway Brigade

 

Mrs. Tracey, Ballingore, Westmeath

 

Nora Igoe, Mrs, [nee Treacy], Goff St. Roscommon.

Nora Treacy, Ballinturly, Fuerty, Co. Roscommon

Nora Treacy, Correal, Athleague, Roscommon

 

P. Farrell or Lavelle, Mrs, Quarter Master,  (nee B Treacy) Aughagreagh, Co Longford

 

Paddy Tracey, of Kanturk, Co. Cork

Pat Treacy, Ballinturly, Fuerty, Co. Roscommon

Pat Treacy, Langanne, Foulksmills, Co. Wexford

Pat Treacy, of Dublin

Patrick Sydney Treacy, of Fermanagh, 3rd Batt, Nth Wexford Brigade

Patrick Tracey, Ballymore Eustace, Kildare

Patrick Tracey, Cannon, of Cork

Patrick Tracey, Kilbeggan Company, 1 Battalion, 1 Offaly Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Horseleap Westmeath & 152 Mount Pleasant Buildings Ranelagh Dublin

Patrick Treacy, Borrisoleigh Company, 3 Battalion Tipperary, of Borrisoleigh, Tipperary & Fairview Dublin & Portobello Barracks Dublin

Patrick Treacy, Captain IRA Galway

Patrick Treacy, Carlow Brigade, of Kildare

Patrick Treacy, Cloonmore, Knockcroghery, Co. Roscommon

Patrick Treacy, Doon Company, 1 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade, 2 Southern Division

Patrick Treacy, Glenamaddy Coy., Co. Galway

Patrick Treacy, Glentworth hotel, Limerick [Photograph]

Patrick Treacy, private, (Newcastle Athenry) Company, 4 Battalion, 1 Western Brigade, of Galway, USA & Dublin

Patrick Treacy, Scariff Company, 4 Battalion, East Clare Brigade

Patrick Treacy, U.S.A. [Athleague, Roscommon.]

 

Peter Treacy of Drogheda, Co. Louth

Peter Treacy, Chapel road, Dereen, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

 

Ria [Christina] Treacy, Cumann na mBan, Kanturk Company 4 Battalion 4 Cork Brigade 1 Southern Division

 

Richard Treacy of Bishopswood, Co. Tipperary

Richard Treacy, D Company, 3 Battalion, Kilkenny Brigade, 2 Southern Division

 

Robert A. Tracey, A Company Derry Battalion & Dundalk Louth

Robert/Bob Tracy of Castlebar, Co. Mayo

Robt. Tracey, Langanne, Foulksmills, Co. Wexford

 

Rody Treacy, B Company 2 Battalion Dublin Brigade, of Nenagh Co. Tipperary and Dublin

 

Rose Anne Treacy, Miss, Gelsha, Ballinlee, Co. Longford

 

Samuel Tracey of Louth Town

 

Sarah Bugler nee Tracy, Cumann na mBan, C Company, East Clare

 

Seamus [James] O’Treacy, Dublin

 

Seán (John) Tracey, of Ballinalee, Co. Longford. North Longford Flying Column

Sean [John] Tracey, Dublin

Sean Treacy (1895-1920) of Soloheadbeg, Co. Tipperary

Sean Treacy, A (Athleage) Company, 3 Battalion, South Roscommon Brigade, 2 Western Division

 

Stephen Treacy, senior, of NY and Dublin

Stephen, Treacy, junior, of Dublin

 

Susanna (Susan) Treacy, Mrs, Cumann na mBan, Of Donegal & Tyrone

 

T. Treacy, Mrs, Pearse Street, Nenagh (nee H. Burke)

 

Thomas Tracey, 37 Westmuir Street Glasgow, Scotland.

Thomas Tracey/Treacy, from [Roscrea?] Tipperary. Casements Irish Brigade

Thomas Tracy, Guards Reserve, Dublin & Mayo

Thomas Tracy/Tracey, 5 Dowling Court Dublin City

Thomas Treacy, B Company, 6 Battalion, Kilkenny Brigade, 2 Southern Division

Thomas Treacy, Captain, Commandant IRA Kilkenny & Commandant Ballykinlar Camp

Thomas Treacy, Cootehall, Co. Roscommon

Thomas Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Co. Tipperary

Thomas Treacy, Doon Company, 1 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade, 2 Southern Division

Thomas Treacy, private Royal Irish Regiment, Tipperary and died Dublin 1916

Thos Treacy, Aughakilimore, Ballinalee (U.S.A.), Co. Longford.

Thos Treacy, Dernavogey, Aughnacliffe, Co. Longford.

Tom Tracey, volunteer, Geashill, Offaly

Tom Treacy, Kiltulla Kilkerrin in U.S.A., "I" Glenamaddy Company, Co. Galway

 

Timothy Treacy, E Company, 4 Battalion, East Clare Brigade, 1 Western Division

 

Tracey, boy of Dublin

Tracey, Capt & Tracey, Lieut,  1st Battalion of the Dublin Regiment of the National Volunteers

Tracy, Captain of Cranagh, Co. Tyrone

Treacy, boatman on the Shannon [Co. Roscommon?]

Treacy, Capt., Limerick

Treacy, Castlegregory, Co. Kerry

 

W. Tracey, Derrynoose, Co. Armagh

W. Treacy, Mrs, Spruce Hill, Roscrea (nee M. Dalton)

 

Walter Treacy or Máitéar O'Treasaig, Cornamona Company, Leenane Battalion, Connemara Brigade

 

William Treacy, B (Ballybricken) Company, 4 Battalion, Mid Limerick Brigade, of Limerick & Cork

William Treacy, B Company, 7 Battalion, Kilkenny Brigade, 2 Southern Division, of Tipperary

William Treacy, G Company, 4 Battalion, Carlow Brigade, 3 Eastern Division

William Treacy, private, 3 Battalion, Kilkenny Brigade

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary

 

 

ARMAGH

 

W. Tracey, Derrynoose, Co. Armagh

CARLOW

 

Eugene Tracey, Fenagh, County Carlow

Patrick Treacy, Carlow Brigade, of Kildare

William Treacy, G Company, 4 Battalion, Carlow Brigade, 3 Eastern Division

CAVAN

 

Michael Tracey, Baldonnel Dublin and Killeshandra, Co. Cavan

CLARE

 

John Joseph Treacy alias O'Brien alias White,  G Company, 4 Battalion, Mid Clare Brigade, of Miltown Malbay Clare & Cork

John Treacy, B Company, 4 Battalion, West Clare Brigade, 1 Western Division

Patrick Treacy, Scariff Company, 4 Battalion, East Clare Brigade

Sarah Bugler nee Tracy, Cumann na mBan, C Company, East Clare

Timothy Treacy, E Company, 4 Battalion, East Clare Brigade, 1 Western Division

CORK

 

Andrew Treacy, Intelligence Officer, K Company 4 Batallion 1 Cork Brigade

John Rupert Treacy, [Professor] of Youghal, County Cork, Limerick, Dublin and Sligo.

John Treacy, 1 Cork Brigade, of Youghal, Cork

Patrick Tracey, Rev Cannon, of Cork

William Treacy, B (Ballybricken) Company, 4 Battalion, Mid Limerick Brigade, of Limerick & Cork

 

Brother & Sister

Paddy Tracey, of Kanturk, Co. Cork

Ria [Christina] Treacy, Cumann na mBan, Kanturk Company 4 Battalion 4 Cork Brigade 1 Southern Division

DERRY

 

Edward Tracey of Waterside Derry & Fort Dunree Donegal

John Tracy, Nationalist solicitor, Derry and Donegal

Robert A. Tracey, A Company Derry Battalion & Dundalk Louth

DONEGAL

 

Edward Tracey of Waterside Derry & Fort Dunree Donegal

John Tracy, Nationalist solicitor, Derry and Donegal

 

Husband & Wife

Edward Tracey, Glenelly Valley, County Tyrone & Donegal

Susanna (Susan) Treacy, Mrs, Cumann na mBan, of Donegal & Tyrone

DOWN

 

Ballykinlar Camp

John Rupert Treacy, [Professor] of Youghal, County Cork, Dublin and Sligo.

Stephen Treacy, senior, of NY and Dublin

Stephen, Treacy, junior, of Dublin

Thomas Treacy, Captain, Commandant IRA Kilkenny & Commandant Ballykinlar Camp

Treacy, Castlegregory, Co. Kerry

No.1 Compound

Stephen Treacy, 44 Upper Wellington street, Dublin

Thomas Treacy, Kilkenny (last commandant)

No.2 Compound

Edward Treacy, Ivy House, Holycross, Tipperary

Stephen Treacy, 44 Upper Wellington street, Dublin

O Duibhir, Liam (2013) Prisoners of War: Ballykinlar Interment Camp 1920-1921. Mercier Press, Cork.

DUBLIN

 

??? Tracy of Thorncastle Street [Ringsend] Dublin

boy Tracey, of Dublin

Capt Tracey...Lieut Tracey, 1st Battalion of the Dublin Regiment of the National Volunteers

Charles Treacy, of Dublin

E. Tracey, Capt & 2nd Lieut, Dublin?

Edward Tracey, Dublin

Francis [Frances] Treacy, Dublin.

James Tracey, Fianna Éireann Dublin

John Rupert Treacy, [Professor] of Youghal, County Cork, Limerick, Dublin and Sligo.

John Treacy, Drumscar Lickmolassy Co. Galway & Garda Dublin

John Treacy, Portumna Company, Portumna Battalion, South East Galway Brigade, Garda of Dublin

Kate Harrison nee Treacy, Cumman na mBan, Tipperary and Dublin Brigades, of Limerick & Dublin

Kate Tracy, Dublin

Michael Tracey, Baldonnel Dublin and Killeshandra, Co. Cavan

Michael Treacy, Dublin

Michael Treacy, Gowran Brigade, of Kilkenny & Dublin

Pat Treacy, of Dublin

Patrick Tracey, Kilbeggan Company, 1 Battalion, 1 Offaly Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Horseleap Westmeath & 152 Mount Pleasant Buildings Ranelagh Dublin

Patrick Treacy, Borrisoleigh Company, 3 Battalion Tipperary, of Borrisoleigh, Tipperary & Fairview Dublin & Portobello Barracks Dublin

Patrick Treacy, private, (Newcastle Athenry) Company, 4 Battalion, 1 Western Brigade, of Galway, USA & Dublin

Rody Treacy, B Company 2 Battalion Dublin Brigade, of Nenagh Co. Tipperary and Dublin

Seamus [James] O’Treacy, Dublin

Sean [John] Tracey, Dublin

Stephen Treacy, senior, of NY and Dublin

Stephen, Treacy, junior, of Dublin

Thomas Tracy, Guards Reserve, Dublin & Mayo

Thomas Tracy/Tracey, 5 Dowling Court Dublin City

Thomas Treacy, private Royal Irish Regiment, Tipperary and died Dublin 1916

FERMANAGH

 

James Treacy, Derrygonnolly, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh

Patrick Sydney Treacy, of Fermanagh, 3rd Batt, Nth Wexford Brigade

GALWAY

 

Daniel Treacey of Galway, 5 Battalion, 1 Western Division

James Treacy or Seán Treasaigh of Mountbellew, Galway and Wicklow

John Treacy, Abbey, Co. Galway

John Treacy, Bishop St, Tuam (Sec. Com.) now U.S.A., Co. Galway

John Treacy, Drumscar Lickmolassy Co. Galway & Garda Dublin

John Treacy, Monivea, Athenry, Co. Galway

John Treacy, Portumna Company, Portumna Battalion, South East Galway Brigade, Garda of Dublin

Joseph Treacy, 1st Lieutenant, A (Dunmore) Company, 1 Battalion, North Galway Brigade, 2 Western Division

Joseph Treacy, U.S.A., Newcastle Coy., Co. Galway

Martin Treacy, Gurteen Company, Mountbellew Battalion, South East Galway Brigade

Michael Treacy, Larraghmore, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

Michael Treacy, Monivea, Athenry, Co. Galway

Michael Treacy, North Galway Brigade

Patrick Treacy, Captain IRA, Glenamaddy Coy., Co. Galway

Patrick Treacy, private, (Newcastle Athenry) Company, 4 Battalion, 1 Western Brigade, of Galway, USA & Dublin

Peter Treacy, Chapel road, Dereen, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

Tom Treacy, Kiltulla Kilkerrin in U.S.A., "I" Glenamaddy Company, Co. Galway

Walter Treacy or Máitéar O'Treasaig, Cornamona Company, Leenane Battalion, Connemara Brigade

KERRY

 

Denis Treacy, Ballyhorgan, County Kerry

Jack Treacy, Guarda, Co. Limerick [Kerry 1 Brigade 2nd Battalion]

John Treacy, Rockfield Abbeydorney Kerry

Joseph [Denis Joe] Treacy, Adjt, Ballinorig/Ballymacandrew Ardfert, Co. Kerry

Maurice Treacy, Killahan, O'Dornet, Co. Kerry

Treacy, Castlegregory, Co. Kerry

KILDARE

 

Christopher (Kit) Treacy, O/C Carlow Brigade & 1st Lieutenant Monasterevin, Oghill, Kildare

Christopher Tracey, 21 Caragh Road, Naas, Co. Kildare.

Edward Treacy, Newtown, Donore, Naas, O/C Prosperous, Co. Kildare

Margaret Tracy, Straffan, Co. Kildare

Martin Treacy, Welterstown, Nurney, Kildare

Patrick Tracey, Ballymore Eustace, Kildare

Patrick Treacy, Carlow Brigade, of Kildare

KILKENNY

 

Denis Treacy, Dunnamaggin, Co. Kilkenny

James Treacy, Raheen, Co. Kilkenny

Michael Treacy, Gowran Brigade, of Kilkenny & Dublin

Thomas Treacy, B Company, 6 Battalion, Kilkenny Brigade, 2 Southern Division

Thomas Treacy, Captain, Commandant IRA Kilkenny & Commandant Ballykinlar Camp

William Treacy, B Company, 7 Battalion, Kilkenny Brigade, 2 Southern Division, of Tipperary

William Treacy, private, 3 Battalion, Kilkenny Brigade

 

Brothers:

Henry Treacy, D Company, 3 Battalion, Kilkenny Brigade, of Kilkenny & Dublin

Richard Treacy, D Company, 3 Battalion, Kilkenny Brigade, 2 Southern Division

LAOIS

 

John Tracey, D (Emo) Company, 5 Battalion, Laois Brigade

LIMERICK

 

Charles Treacy, Fianna Éireann, D Company, Limerick City Battalion, Limerick Brigade

Edward/Éamonn Tracey, 1st Lieutenant, of Bruff Limerick

Jack Treacy, Guarda, Co. Limerick [Kerry 1 Brigade 2nd Battalion]

James Treacy, Bulgaden Cmpany, 4 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade, 2 Southern Division

Jerry (Jeremiah) Treacy, Company C.O., E Company, 1 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade

John Rupert Treacy, [Professor] of Youghal, County Cork, Limerick, Dublin and Sligo.

John Treacy, B (Bulgaden) Company, 4 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade

John Treacy, Limerick

Joseph Tracey, Bunavie, Co. Limerick [see Jerry Treacy]

Joseph Tracey, Limerick City

Julia Treacy nee Ryan, D Company, 6 Battalion, 1 Tipperary Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Tipperary & Limerick

Kate Harrison nee Treacy, Cumman na mBan, Tipperary and Dublin Brigades, of Limerick & Dublin

Patrick Treacy, Doon Company, 1 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade, 2 Southern Division

Patrick Treacy, Glentworth hotel, Limerick [Photograph]

Thomas Treacy, Doon Company, 1 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade, 2 Southern Division

Treacy, Capt., Limerick

William Treacy, B (Ballybricken) Company, 4 Battalion, Mid Limerick Brigade, of Limerick & Cork

LONGFORD

 

Charles Edward Treacy, Aughakilimore, Ballinalee, A (Clonbroney) Company, 1 Battalion, Longford Brigade

Charles Treacy, Dernavogey, Aughnacliffe, B (Columcille) Company, 1 Battalion, Longford Brigade

Chas Treacy, "D" Coy Aughakilimore, Ballinalee, Co. Longford.

Cornelius Treacy [of Lislea, Longford?]

Seán (John) and Michael Tracey, of Ballinalee, Co. Longford. North Longford Flying Column

Thos Treacy, Aughakilimore, Ballinalee (U.S.A.), Co. Longford.

Thos Treacy, Dernavogey, Aughnacliffe, Co. Longford.

 

"A" Company First District Council Longford Cumann Na mBan

3. Quarter Master. Mrs. P. Farrell or Lavelle (nee B Treacy) Aughagreagh

58. Mrs Mary Treacy, Bunl...linalee [Bunlahy Ballinlee]

69. Miss Bgt. M. Treacy, Lislea, Lr., Ballinalee

93. Miss Mary Kate Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee

96. Miss Rose Anne Treacy, Gelsha, Ballinlee

97. Miss Ellen Treacy, Gelsha, Ballinlee

101. Miss Maggie Treacy, Lislea Mills, Ballinlee

102. Miss Marie Treacy, Lislea Mills, Ballinlee

LOUTH

 

Peter Treacy of Drogheda, Co. Louth

Robert A. Tracey, A Company Derry Battalion & Dundalk Louth

Samuel Tracey of Louth Town

MAYO

 

Robert (Bob) Treacy of Castlebar, Co. Mayo

Thomas Tracy, Guards Reserve, Dublin & Mayo

OFFALY

 

Daniel Treacy, B (Dunkerrin) Company, 7 Battalion, 1 Tipperary Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Tipperary & Offaly

John Treacy, A Company. 7 Battalion, 1 Tipperary Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Tipperary, Offaly & Manchester England

Mary Anne Treacy, Mrs, nee Meleady. Captain Ballydaly Branch, 1 Brigade Cumann na Mban Offaly

Patrick Tracey, Kilbeggan Company, 1 Battalion, 1 Offaly Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Horseleap Westmeath & 152 Mount Pleasant Buildings Ranelagh Dublin

 

Brothers & Sister

John Tracy, Director of Dispatches, Geashill, Offaly

Tom Tracey, volunteer, Geashill, Offaly

Katie Tracey, Cumann na mBan, Geashill, Offaly

ROSCOMMON

 

Andrew Treacy, Fianna Eireann, Roscommon

Annie Treacy nee Corcoran, dispatch rider, Cumann na mBan North Roscommon Brigade.

Columbo Treacy, Kiltrustan, Co. Roscommon

Frank Treacy, Cloonfree Coy. Co. Roscommon

Frank Treacy, Kiltrustan, Co. Roscommon

John Joseph Treacy, Ballinturly, Fuerty, Co. Roscommon 

Mrs. Nora Igoe [nee Treacy], Goff St. Roscommon.

Nora Treacy, Ballinturly, Fuerty, Co. Roscommon

Nora Treacy, Correal, Athleague, Roscommon

Pat Treacy, Ballinturly, Fuerty, Co. Roscommon

Patrick Treacy, Cloonmore, Knockcroghery, Co. Roscommon

Patrick Treacy, U.S.A. [Athleague, Roscommon.]

Sean Treacy, A (Athleage) Company, 3 Battalion, South Roscommon Brigade, 2 Western Division

Thomas Treacy, Cootehall, Co. Roscommon

Treacy, boatman on the Shannon [Co. Roscommon?]

SLIGO

 

John Rupert Treacy, [Professor] of Youghal, County Cork, Limerick, Dublin and Sligo.

TIPPERARY

 

Cornelius Treacy of Toomevara, Tipperary

Daniel Treacy, B (Dunkerrin) Company, 7 Battalion, 1 Tipperary Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Tipperary & OffalyDenis Treacy, Ballinamoe, Moneygall, Co. Tipperary

Denis Treacy, B (Dunkerrin) Company, 7 Battalion, 1 Tipperary Brigade, 3 Southern Division

Denis Treacy, C Company 4 Battalion North Tipperary, of Borrisokane Tipperary & Cork

Denis Treacy, G Company, 2 Battalion, 2 Tipperary Brigade, 2 Southern Division of Templemore Tipperary & Dublin

Edmond Treacy, D (Moyne) Company, 2 Battalion, 2 Tipperary Brigade, 2 Southern Division

Edward Treacy (now Dublin) [Roscrea], Co. Tipperary

Edward Treacy, Ivy House, Holycross, Tipperary

John Treacey/Treacy, Roscrea, Tipperary

John Treacy (now U.S.A.) [Roscrea], Co. Tipperary

John Treacy, A Company. 7 Battalion, 1 Tipperary Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Tipperary, Offaly & Manchester England

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone, Co. Tipperary, Co. Tipperary

Julia Treacy nee Ryan, D Company, 6 Battalion, 1 Tipperary Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Tipperary & Limerick

Kate Harrison nee Treacy, Cumman na mBan, Tipperary and Dublin Brigades, of Limerick & Dublin

Martin Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Co. Tipperary

Martin Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary

Patrick Treacy, Borrisoleigh Company, 3 Battalion Tipperary, of Borrisoleigh, Tipperary & Fairview Dublin & Portobello Barracks Dublin

Richard Treacy of Bishopswood, Co. Tipperary

Rody Treacy, B Company 2 Battalion Dublin Brigade, of Nenagh Co. Tipperary and Dublin

Sean Treacy (1895-1920) of Soloheadbeg, Co. Tipperary

T. Treacy, Mrs, Pearse Street, Nenagh (nee H. Burke)

Thomas Tracey/Treacy, from [Roscrea?] Tipperary. Casements Irish Brigade

Thomas Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Co. Tipperary

Thomas Treacy, private Royal Irish Regiment, Tipperary and died Dublin 1916

W. Treacy, Mrs, Spruce Hill, Roscrea (nee M. Dalton)

William Treacy, B Company, 7 Battalion, Kilkenny Brigade, 2 Southern Division, of Tipperary

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary

TYRONE

 

Edward Tracey, In England (Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh)

Frank Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

James Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

John Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

Tracy, [Edward?] Captain of Cranagh, Co. Tyrone

 

Husband & Wife

Edward Tracey, dead, "vice" Batt O/C Gortin Battalion of Glenelly Valley, County Tyrone

Susanna (Susan) Treacy, Mrs, Cumann na mBan, of Donegal & Tyrone

WESTMEATH

 

Joseph Tracey, Mullingar, Westmeath

Mrs. Tracey, Ballingore, Westmeath

Patrick Tracey, Kilbeggan Company, 1 Battalion, 1 Offaly Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Horseleap Westmeath & 152 Mount Pleasant Buildings Ranelagh Dublin

WEXFORD

 

Patrick Sydney Treacy, of Fermanagh, 3rd Batt, Nth Wexford Brigade

Tracey [or Lacey], Barrack Street, Wexford Town

 

Brothers:

Pat Treacy, Langanne, Foulksmills, Co. Wexford

Robt. Tracey, Langanne, Foulksmills, Co. Wexford

 

WICKLOW

 

James Treacy or Seán Treasaigh of Mountbellew, Galway and Wicklow

James Treacy, Avoca Company, Wicklow

Kathleen Mary Morley nee Tracey, president Cumann na mBan Arlow Wicklow, Bay View Ferrybank Arklow Wicklow & The Mall Wicklow Wicklow & St. Jude's Galway Road Tuam Galway & Mullingar Westmeath

ENGLAND

 

Edward Tracey, In England (Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh)

 

John Treacy, A Company. 7 Battalion, 1 Tipperary Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Tipperary, Offaly & Manchester England

SCOTLAND

 

Thomas Tracey & Mary Tracey, 37 Westmuir Street Glasgow, Scotland.

USA

 

John Treacy, Bishop St, Tuam (Sec. Com.) now U.S.A., Co. Galway

Patrick Treacy, private, (Newcastle Athenry) Company, 4 Battalion, 1 Western Brigade, of Galway, USA & Dublin

Tom Treacy, Kiltulla Kilkerrin in U.S.A., "I" Glenamaddy Company, Co. Galway

 

 

??? Tracy of Thorncastle Street [Ringsend] Dublin

??? Tracy of 6 Thorncastle Str Pembroke, 1 Dec 1920 Monthly raid & search reports 25th Brigade, No. 792 to be arrested

 

Andrew Treacy, Intelligence Officer, K Company 4 Batallion 1 Cork Brigade

 

1917-1921 service medal - Andrew Treacy, Intelligence Officer, K Company 4 Batallion 1 Cork Brigade

Andrew Treacy,

Belvelly, Cobh Cork

Notes; File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and medal issued 15 January 1948.

Data Protection Note    Open

Organisation      Irish Republican Army

Rank: Intelligence Officer

Commanding Officer(s): E. Butler; S. Hegarty; J. Manly

Company           K Company

Unit       4 Batallion

Brigade 1 Cork Brigade

Medal awarded             Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference   MD6455

 

Andrew Treacy, Fianna Eireann, Roscommon

 

1917-1921 service medal

Andrew Treacy

Addresses

Lisnamult, Roscommon

Ballinturly, Athleague, Roscommon

Date of birth      1910-10-29

Notes: File relates to initial successful application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Medal issued 16 July 1952. Upon reinvestigation for allowances application subject's medal was held not to have been duly awarded. Subject was only ten/eleven years of age at the time of the Truce. Subject claimed membership of Fianna Eireann.

Data Protection Note    Open

Organisation      None

Medal awarded             None

File Reference   MD17273

 

Annie Treacy nee Corcoran, dispatch rider, Cumann na mBan North Roscommon Brigade.

 

1917-1921 service medal

Annie Treacy nee Corcoran

Culliagh, Scramogue, Roscommon

Date of birth      1902-05-07

Notes     File relates to unsuccessful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service not established and medal not awarded (1965). Subject claimed service as a dispatch rider in North Roscommon Brigade of Cumann na mBan.

Data Protection Note    Open

Organisation      None

Medal awarded             None

File Reference   MD39867

 

P. Farrell or Lavelle, Mrs, Quarter Master, (nee B Treacy) Aughagreagh, Co Longford

 

1922 Membership Lists

"A" Company First District Council Longford Cumann Na mBan (pre Truce) 1st April 1921 & 11th July 1821

P. Farrell or Lavelle, Mrs, Quarter Master, (nee B Treacy) Aughagreagh, Co Longford

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/9/MA-MSPC-CMB-137.pdf

 

Bgt. M. Treacy, Miss, Lislea, Lr., Ballinalee, Co. Longford

 

1922 Membership Lists

"A" Company First District Council Longford Cumann Na mBan (pre Truce) 1st April 1921 & 11th July 1821

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/9/MA-MSPC-CMB-137.pdf

 

Kate Tracy of Dublin

 

It was on the advice of Michael Collins that I took over a restaurant called the West End at 40 Parkgate Street, a few months after the arrival of the Black and Tans... I installed myself there and things turned out as expected. I had a Cumann na mBan assistant, Máire Gleeson, who is now dead, and another girl, Katie Tracy. They were both very reliable.

Witness: Margaret O'Callaghan, nee Peg Flanagan; Member Cumann na mBan, 1917

1920...Molly Gleeson... who now owned the Stad Restaurant in Frederick Street, had taken the Republican side... Arnott [ex Black and Tan] was down and out and another girl, Kate Tracy, and myself put him up for a night and gave him his fare back to England... He kept up a correspondence with Kate Tracy and told her that his father had settled him up in a poultry farm. He was an educated fellow and was very nice. He got up early the following morning and went off to the boat before we were up. He sent Kate several snapshots of himself and his hens and returned the two pounds we had given him...

#887 Witness: Aine Ryan, Quartermaster, Cumann na mBan, Tullamore, Offaly, 1909-1923

1916 Easter Week, O'Connell St, Dublin

Address: Aine Ni Riain, 25 Upper gardiner Street, Dublin.

 

'Jimmy Arnott' may have been James M Arnott 76589, a 19 year old from Kent. He joined in December 1920 and resigned a year later, he had been an engineer. He had worked in Motor Transport in the RIC.

https://irishconstabulary.com/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=2228&p=1885&hilit=tracey#p1885

 

Katie Tracey, Cumann na mBan, Geashill Offaly

 

Geashill Cumann na mBan April 1918 to September 1923

Her brother John Tracy being Director of Dispatch Service in II Battn...December 1922...Pat McElduff and John Tracy were arrested on this occasion. - Thomas Dunne

Miss Katie Tracey joined Cumann namBan in 1918 with the Geashill Branch. She had two brothers in the Vols. One brother was O.C. of despatches for the Brigade. She lived at Killarles, about a mile or two from Geashill. She had no sister in the Cumann na mBan. She lived with her parents on a farm.

July 31st '75 - To Pension Board...John or late brother Tom never got any pension...I was in Brackin with my brother John R.I.P. who died on the June 25th...Pat whyte, he did not sign my cheque as he was far gone with loss of memory to write...God bless from Katie

Probate...to Patrick White of Ballydownan Geashill in the county of Offaly, farmer, nephew of deceased the sole executor.

Addresses:

Killarles, Geashill, Offaly (1940)

Bracklin, Kilbeggan, Westmeath (1949)

Kennycourt, Kilcullen, Kildare (1975)

Date of death: 1992-03-05

File dates: 23 December 1940 - 27 November 1992

File relates to Katie Tracey's receipt of a military service pension in respect of her service with Cumann na mBan in the service periods between 1 April 1920 and 31 March 1923 during the War of Independence, Truce Period and Civil War. Applicant also claimed unsuccessfully for service in all other periods between 1 April 1918 and 30 September 1923. According to Katie Tracey and her references, during the War of Independence she was heavily involved in despatch work, assisting with an arms dump and catering for IRA men. It is also stated that her house was used as a meeting place for IRA battalion and brigade officers and meetings. Her activities continued during the Truce Period and Civil War in support of the anti-Treaty IRA forces carrying despatches and assisting men on the run. She states that two of her brothers were also involved with the IRA, one of whom was Brigade Despatch Officer. File includes: material submitted and signed by Katie Tracey in support of her service pension application; handwritten and typed statements regarding subject's service signed by Patrick McElduff, Thomas Dunne, Sean McGuinness, Margaret B. Dunne, Patrick Egan, Thomas McDonald, James Brophy, Patrick Gorry T. D., Patrick Quinn and Michael Galvin; typed summary (2 pages) of sworn evidence given by Katie Tracey on 21 May 1941 before interviewing officers; handwritten notes relating to discussion held with Patrick Quinn regarding claimant's service; and material relating to the settlement and closure of Katie Tracey's service pension account following her death in 1992.

Digital files:

MSP34REF59632 Katie Tracey.pdf
34E5989 Katie Tracey.pdf

 

katie tracey.jpg

 

Kate Harrison nee Treacy, Cumman na mBan, Tipperary and Dublin Brigades, of Limerick & Dublin

 

1917-1921 service medal

Kate Harrison nee Treacy

Ashill Cottage, Kilmallock, Limerick

West End Cafe, 40 Park Gate Street, Dublin, Dublin

Civilian occupation     Cafe employee;

Notes            File relates to an unsuccessful application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Service not established for the critical period. Subject claimed service with the Tipperary and Dublin Brigades of Cumman na mBan.

Data Protection Note Open

Organisation                None

Medal awarded           None

File Reference             MD32402

 

Kathleen Mary Morley nee Tracey, president Cumann na mBan Arlow Wicklow, Bay View Ferrybank Arklow Wicklow & The Mall Wicklow Wicklow & St. Jude's Galway Road Tuam Galway & Mullingar Westmeath

 

One of the Cumann na mBan girls from Wicklow, Kathleen Treacy, whilst visiting me in the jail at Wicklow a couple of days after my transfer then, informed me that there was a gentleman going around the comity wearing a Fáinne and stating that he was an officer from General Headquarters. He informed them in Wicklow town that he was sent down from G.H.Q. to reorganize the county and convene a meeting, for the purpose of appointing somebody to replace me and take reprisals for my arrest. I immediately got suspicions, as I had never notified G.H.Q. of my arrest, nor had any notice of my arrest appeared in the press and I told her to let the lads outside know and be extra cautious.

Witness: Matt J. Kavanagh, OC East Wicklow Brigade, IRA, 1920

 

Kathleen Mary Morley nee Tracey

Addresses:

St. Jude's, Galway Road, Tuam, Galway

Bay View, Ferrybank, Arklow, Wicklow

The Mall, Wicklow, Wicklow

[Gruille] Street, Mullingar, Westmeath

Notes: File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and medal issued 3 March 1952.

Data Protection Note: Open

Organisation: Cumann na mBan

Rank: President

Commanding Officer(s): Matthew J. Kavanagh

Company: Arklow Company

Medal awarded: Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference: MD8183

 

Charles Treacy, of Dublin, 4th. Battalion Dublin Brigade

http://www.generalmichaelcollins.com/life-times/1919-to-1921/fourth-dublin-brigade/

 

Charles Treacy, Fianna Éireann, D Company, Limerick City Battalion, Limerick Brigade

 

1917-1921 service medal

Charles Treacy

52 Catherine Street, Limerick

57 Athlunkard Street, Limerick

Notes            File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and medal issued 20 January 1947.

Data Protection Note Open

Organisation                Fianna Éireann

Rank             Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)             Joseph Crowe; Patrick Deegan; Patrick O'Sullivan

Company      D Company

Unit              Limerick City Battalion

Brigade        Limerick Brigade

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD6763

 

Charles Edward Treacy, Aughakilimore, Ballinalee, A (Clonbroney) Company, 1 Battalion, Longford Brigade

 

Charles Tracy, of Aughargareagh Ballinalee Co L'ford, 09 Dec 1921 & 10 Jan 1922 Internment camps & prisons 9.12.21, serial no.1222 IO no. c/48

 

1941-43 Treacy, Charles, Ballinalee, Longford.

A Company, 1 Battalion, Longford Brigade.

Handwritten statement of service; draft handwritten appeal against refusal of his application. 10pp

1273 Sean MacEoin Papers (held at UCD)

 

Midlands Division Longford Brigade 1st Battalion

A Coy 1st Batt Longford Brigrade (Clonbroney Coy) Pre Truce

1st Lieut John Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee [written note: attached to column]

Ml Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee

Chas Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee [written note: MD/49046]

"B" Coy 1st Batt Longford Brigade Post Truce

Chas Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee

Columkille Coy ("B") 1st Batt Longford Brigade

Chas Treacy, Dernavogey, Aughnacliffe

Thos Treacy, Dernavogey, Aughnacliffe

"D" Coy 1st Batt Longford Brigade (Pre Truce)

Chas Treacy, Aughakilimore, Ballinalee [written note: MD/49449]

Thos Treacy, Aughakilimore, Ballinalee (U.S.A.)

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-576.pdf

 

1917-1921 service medal - Charles Edward Treacy, A (Clonbroney) Company, 1 Battalion, Longford Brigade

Charles Edward Treacy

Aughareagh, Ballinalee, Longford

Date of birth                1903-01-29

Date of death              1988-12-24

Civilian occupation     Farmer;

Notes            File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and duly awarded medal issued 4 February 1974. Subject claimed that he was arrested by the Black and Tans in April 1921 and interned at the Curragh Camp, county Kildare, until December 1921. Associated file DP55234: relates to subject's application for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts in respect of illness, disability or infirmity. Allowance awarded in 1974. File contains correspondence, memoranda, social welfare reports and means assessments.

Data Protection Note Partly closed

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             None

Commanding Officer(s)             Hugh Hourican; Michael F. Reynolds; Sean Treacy; Sean Murphy

Company      A (Clonbroney) Company

Unit              1 Battalion

Brigade        Longford Brigade

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD49046

 

Chas Treacy, "D" Coy Aughakilimore, Ballinalee, Co. Longford.

 

Midlands Division Longford Brigade 1st Battalion

A Coy 1st Batt Longford Brigrade (Clonbroney Coy) Pre Truce

1st Lieut John Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee [written note: attached to column]

Ml Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee

Chas Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee [written note: MD/49046]

"B" Coy 1st Batt Longford Brigade Post Truce

Chas Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee

Columkille Coy ("B") 1st Batt Longford Brigade

Chas Treacy, Dernavogey, Aughnacliffe

Thos Treacy, Dernavogey, Aughnacliffe

"D" Coy 1st Batt Longford Brigade (Pre Truce)

Chas Treacy, Aughakilimore, Ballinalee [written note: MD/49449]

Thos Treacy, Aughakilimore, Ballinalee (U.S.A.)

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-576.pdf

 

Charles Treacy, Dernavogey, Aughnacliffe, B (Columcille) Company, 1 Battalion, Longford Brigade

 

Midlands Division Longford Brigade 1st Battalion

A Coy 1st Batt Longford Brigrade (Clonbroney Coy) Pre Truce

1st Lieut John Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee [written note: attached to column]

Ml Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee

Chas Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee [written note: MD/49046]

"B" Coy 1st Batt Longford Brigade Post Truce

Chas Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee

Columkille Coy ("B") 1st Batt Longford Brigade

Chas Treacy, Dernavogey, Aughnacliffe

Thos Treacy, Dernavogey, Aughnacliffe

"D" Coy 1st Batt Longford Brigade (Pre Truce)

Chas Treacy, Aughakilimore, Ballinalee [written note: MD/49449]

Thos Treacy, Aughakilimore, Ballinalee (U.S.A.)

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-576.pdf

 

1917-1921 service medal

Charles Treacy

Aughakilmore, Ballinalee, Longford

Date of birth                1901-12-26

Civilian occupation     Farmer;

Notes            File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and duly awarded medal issued 19 December 1974. Associated file DP55396: relates to subject's application for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts. Application refused (1975) as subject's yearly means was found to exceed the appropriate annual sum.

Data Protection Note Open

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             None

Commanding Officer(s)             Thomas Brady; Patrick Finnegan; Peter Kiernan; Hugh Hourican

Company      D [B?] (Columcille) Company

Unit              1 Battalion

Brigade        Longford Brigade

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD49449

 

Ria [Christina] Treacy, Cumann na mBan, Kanturk Company 4 Battalion 4 Cork Brigade 1 Southern Division

 

1917-1921 service medal

Ria [Christina] Treacy

Addresses:

Old Court, Kanturk, Cork

Banteer Road, Kanturk, Cork

Date of birth      1901-12-16

Date of death    1977-06-12

Notes: File relates to successful application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Service certified by Michael O'Connell, and medal issued 1947. Associated file DP14688 : File relates to successful application by subject for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Act, in respect of ill health experienced by subject. File includes: medical reports, social welfare reports, signed statements regarding application for said allowance, reports regarding the means and level of income of subject and sanctions granting payment of allowance.

Data Protection Note    Open

Organisation      Cumann na mBan

Rank      Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)            Unknown

Company           Kanturk Company

Unit       4 Battalion

Brigade 4 Cork Brigade

Division             1 Southern Division

Medal awarded             Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference   MD6981

 

Christopher (Kit) Treacy, O/C Carlow Brigade, Oghill, Kildare

 

Carlow Brigade 6th Battalion 3rd Eastern Division

Staff Officers 1st July 1922 O/C Christopher Treacy, Oghill, Kildare

G Coy as on 11.4.21...1st Lieut Chris Treacy, Oghill Kildare

B Coy [Seven Stars & Kildoon]...Martin Treacy 34/Sp 16140 Welterstown, Nurney, Kildare [1921] F. Company (Monasterevan) [1922]

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs%5Cfiles%5CPDF_Membership%5C8%5CRO%2060%20-%20611%5CMA-MSPC-RO-560.pdf

 

Christopher (Kit) Treacy, Lieutenant, Monasterevin, Co. Kildare

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

Kit Tracey was prominent in Monasterevan, while James Behan, Co. C. ever threw the weight of his influence on the side of the independence struggle in that district.

Witness: Michael O'Kelly, Organiser IV; President Sinn Fein, Kildare, 1921

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

Christopher Tracey, 21 Caragh Road, Naas, Co. Kildare.

 

Private 33rd Inf Batn, no.48470, died 29/9/1923

Pension file relates to Elizabeth Tracey’s unsuccessful application under the Army Pensions Acts in respect of the death of her husband Christopher Tracey who died on 29 September 1923. Material relating to family closed. Death not deemed attributable to service.

Married 16th October 1911. Died at home from liver carcinoma. Had a son under 16 years and a daughter under 18 years [blanked out] Had four children. Discharged from Portobello Barracks on the 19th September last [1923]

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs%5Cfiles%5C%5CPDF_Pensions%5CR3%5C3D135ChristopherTracey%5CW3D135ChristopherTracey.pdf

 

Columbo Treacy, Kiltrustan, Co. Roscommon

 

Regarding the formation of the Volunteers in Kiltrustan the other members of the company were Michael O'Connor section Frank leader John Rodgers, Matt McCormack, McHugh, Michael Fallon, Patrick Rodgers, Michael Warren, Martin McHugh, John Kelly, Tom Diffley, Peter Lynch, Frank Wynne, Columbo Treacy, Joe Curry, John Caslin, Tom Kelly, Paddy Flanagan, Mick Tiernan, Tom Caulfield, paddy Beirne, Pat Brennan, Peter Carlon, Luke Cox, Dan Sweeney, paddy Sweeney, Tom McHugo, Peter Melia, pat Moore, pat McCormack and Johnny Callaghan.

Witness: Patrick Mullooly, Senior Officer IRA, Roscommon, 1921

 

Cornelius Treacy [of Lislea, Longford?]...

 

[drying gelignite]...we got an oats kiln belonging to Cornelius Treacy [of Lislea, Longford?]...

Witness: Sean MacKeon, OC Longford Brigade IRA, 1921; Member Dail Eireann, 1929; Cabinet Minister, 1948

 

Cornelius Treacy of Toomevara, Tipperary

 

Sep 14, 1916 (IT) Defence of the Realm Act

Two young men named Con Treacy and William Carroll of Toomevara, have been fined £3 and £1 respectively...for using language likely to cause disaffection.

23 Sep 1916 Nenagh Guardian

Cheering for Sinn Fein. Six Men Charged...respectable young men from Toomevara...defendants Cornelius Treacy...Treacy was I believe the ring-leader...

 

The first military action taken in the Toomevara area by the Irish Volunteers was the shooting of two R.I.C. constables. named Rock and Healy in the village or the night of 16th March, 1920. I did not take part in this. There were only two men concerned in it, Paddy Whelehan and Jack Hackett. They shot both policemen dead and accidentally wounded another Volunteer, Con Treacy who happened to come within the range of the shots.

Witness: William Meagher, Commandant IRA, Tipperary, 1921; Member ASU

 

Tipperary No.1 Brigade (North Tipperary) 2nd Battalion

"A" Company No.2 Section

Denis Treacy, Ballinamoe, Moneygall

"A" Company No.4 Section

Thomas Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall

Martin Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall

B Coy 1st Sec 2nd Batt Tipperary

Cornelius Treacy, Norerore?, Toomevera, Nenagh

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-185.pdf

 

Tipperary I Brigade (North Tipperary)

Second Battalion A Company (Moneygall)

Thomas Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Martin Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Second Battalion B Company (Toomevara) No.1 Section

Cornelius Treacy, Toomevara, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary

Seventh Battalion A Company (Roscrea)

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

John Treacy (now U.S.A.)

Edward Treacy (now Dublin)

Seventh Battalion B Company (Dunkerrin)

Daniel Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

Denis Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea [written note: MD21339]

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-191.pdf

 

Tipperary No. I Brigade (North Tipperary)

Tipperary No. I Brigade

Second Battalion B Company (Toomvara) 2 July 1922

No.1 Section

Cornelius Treacy, Toomevara Nenagh

Seventh Battalion A Company (Roscrea)

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

John Treacy (now U.S.A.)

Truce Men

Martin Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

Seventh Battalion B Company (Dunkerrin)

Daniel Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

Denis Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-192.pdf

 

1917-1921 service medal

Cornelius Treacy

Toonevara, Nenagh, Tipperary

Date of birth                1883

Date of death              1963-01

Civilian occupation     Harness Maker;

Notes            File relates to an incomplete/abandoned application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Application unsuccessful; subject may have died before application process was complete. Subject claimed service with North Tipperary I.R.A. Application cancelled 4 May 1964.

Data Protection Note Open

Organisation                None

Medal awarded           None

File Reference             MD34846

 

Daniel Treacey of Galway, 5 Battalion, 1 Western Division

 

1917-1921 Service Medal

Daniel Treacey

Dominich Street, Portumna, Galway

Civilian occupation     Unknown;

Notes: Service (1917-1921) Medal awarded.

Data Protection Note: Open

Organisation: Irish Republican Army

Rank: Unknown

Commanding Officer(s): L. Kelly

Company: Unknown

Unit: 5 Battalion

Brigade: Unknown

Division: 1 Western Division

Medal awarded: Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference: MD3280

 

Daniel Treacy

Dominick Street, Portumna, Galway

Notes: File relates to Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Incomplete application, no reply received from subject. Medal not awarded. Application submitted and written on behalf of subject by subject's son.

Data Protection Note Open

Organisation                None

Medal awarded           None

File Reference             MD2927

 

Daniel Treacy, B (Dunkerrin) Company, 7 Battalion, 1 Tipperary Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Tipperary & Offaly

 

Tipperary I Brigade (North Tipperary)

Second Battalion A Company (Moneygall)

Thomas Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Martin Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Second Battalion B Company (Toomevara) No.1 Section

Cornelius Treacy, Toomevara, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary

Seventh Battalion A Company (Roscrea)

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

John Treacy (now U.S.A.)

Edward Treacy (now Dublin)

Seventh Battalion B Company (Dunkerrin)

Daniel Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

Denis Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea [written note: MD21339]

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-191.pdf

 

Tipperary No. I Brigade (North Tipperary)

Tipperary No. I Brigade

Second Battalion B Company (Toomvara) 2 July 1922

No.1 Section

Cornelius Treacy, Toomevara Nenagh

Seventh Battalion A Company (Roscrea)

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

John Treacy (now U.S.A.)

Truce Men

Martin Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

Seventh Battalion B Company (Dunkerrin)

Daniel Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

Denis Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-192.pdf

 

1917-1921 service medal

Daniel Treacy

Addresses:

Gurteen, Moneygall, Offaly

Rathnavogue, Roscrea, Tipperary

Date of birth                1891-07-10

Date of death              1968-02-21

Civilian occupation     Farmer;

Notes            File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and medal issued 30 December 1952. Medal later deemed to have been duly awarded. Duly awarded certificate signed 2 June 1965. Application for Special Allowance made 28 April 1965. Associated file DP40658: relates to subject's application for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts. Allowance awarded in 1965. After subject's death, balance of Special Allowance was paid to subject's widow Annie Treacy nee Hickey.

Data Protection Note Partly closed

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)             S. Gaynor; Edward Quinlan; Patrick Hoolan

Company      B (Dunkerrin) Company

Unit              7 Battalion

Brigade        1 Tipperary Brigade

Division        3 Southern Division

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD21337

 

Denis Treacy, Ballyhorgan, County Kerry

Prosecution of Denis Treacy; possession of a shotgun without a permit; 1919; Ballyhorgan, County Kerry; to be tried by District Court Martial.

 

WO 35: Piece 104/21: Prosecution of Denis Treacy of Ballyhorgan Co. Kerry.

Possession of a single barrel shotgun without a permit at Ballyduff, Listowel, Co. Kerry.. Tried by District Cork Martial at Cork 31 March 1919

The defence was that the gun was useless...The gun was not produced...

Charge Sheet:

Denis Tracey of Ballyhorgan, Ballyduff, Listowel

Age: 35 years

Occupation: Farmer

Character: This man is not connected with Sinn Fein organisation. He is a quiet country farmer who has never given any trouble to the police.

Signed: James Regan, Constable, RIC.

 

Denis Treacy of Ballyhorgan Kerry, 20 Mar 1919 Courts martial case registers a2/2132, Ct Marital 4th April 1919 Not guilty of the charges Accused released

 

Denis Treacy, of Dunnamaggin Kilkenny

 

...Denis Treacy...Dunnamaggin [Kilkenny] were Republican Police in 1919. They did duty at the important Republican Court held in Callan...

The flying column: West Kilkenny, 1916-21 By Jim Maher

 

Dunamaggan Memorial, Co. Kilkenny to Capt. Patrick Walsh died May 1921

B. Company Dunnamaggin Kells...Denis Treacy Raheen...

http://www.irishwarmemorials.ie/html/getPDF.php?memorialID=520

 

Denis Treacy, C Company 4 Battalion North Tipperary, of Borrisokane Tipperary & Cork

 

1917-1921 service medal

Denis Treacy

Addresses

H.Q. Company, 19 Infintary Battalion, Rockgrove, Little Island, Cork

Cloninaha, Ballinderry, Borrisokane, Tipperary

Notes: File relates to successful application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Service certified and medal issued 26 August 1944.

Data Protection Note Open

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank: Unknown

Commanding Officer(s): Liam Holohan, Martin Hough, Felix Cronin

Company: C Company

Unit: 4 Battalion

Brigade: North Tipperary

National Army Service Number: 63992

Medal awarded: Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference: MD3567

 

Denis Treacy, Ballinamoe, Moneygall, Co. Tipperary

 

Tipperary No.1 Brigade (North Tipperary) 2nd Battalion

"A" Company No.2 Section

Denis Treacy, Ballinamoe, Moneygall

"A" Company No.4 Section

Thomas Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall

Martin Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall

B Coy 1st Sec 2nd Batt Tipperary

Cornelius Treacy, Norerore?, Toomevera, Nenagh

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-185.pdf

 

Denis Treacy, B (Dunkerrin) Company, 7 Battalion, 1 Tipperary Brigade, 3 Southern Division

 

Tipperary I Brigade (North Tipperary)

Second Battalion A Company (Moneygall)

Thomas Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Martin Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Second Battalion B Company (Toomevara) No.1 Section

Cornelius Treacy, Toomevara, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary

Seventh Battalion A Company (Roscrea)

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

John Treacy (now U.S.A.)

Edward Treacy (now Dublin)

Seventh Battalion B Company (Dunkerrin)

Daniel Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

Denis Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea [written note: MD21339]

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-191.pdf

 

Tipperary No. I Brigade (North Tipperary)

Tipperary No. I Brigade

Second Battalion B Company (Toomvara) 2 July 1922

No.1 Section

Cornelius Treacy, Toomevara Nenagh

Seventh Battalion A Company (Roscrea)

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

John Treacy (now U.S.A.)

Truce Men

Martin Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

Seventh Battalion B Company (Dunkerrin)

Daniel Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

Denis Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-192.pdf

 

1917-1921 service medal

Denis Treacy

Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea, Tipperary

Date of birth                1895-07-14

Civilian occupation     Farmer;

Notes            File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and medal issued 30 December 1952. Medal later deemed to have been duly awarded. Duly awarded certificate signed 28 October 1966. Associated file DP43111: relates to subject's application for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts. Allowance awarded in 1966. However, this allowance was ceased in 1975 due to an excess of means.

Data Protection Note Open

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)             Sean Gaynor; Edward Quinlan; Patrick Hoolan

Company      B (Dunkerrin) Company

Unit              7 Battalion

Brigade        1 Tipperary Brigade

Division        3 Southern Division

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD21339

 

Denis Treacy, G Company, 2 Battalion, 2 Tipperary Brigade, 2 Southern Division of Templemore Tipperary & Dublin

 

1917-1921 service medal

Denis Treacy

Addresses

Church Street, Templemore, Tipperary

79 North King Street, Dublin

187 Botanic Road, Dublin

42 Calderwood Road, Dublin

Main Street, Templemore, Tipperary

Date of birth                1893-06-27

Date of death              1978-09-14

Civilian occupation: Cobbler

Notes: File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and medal issued 10 August 1958. Medal later deemed to have been duly awarded. Duly awarded certificate signed 27 February 1958. Associated file DP20606 : : File relates to successful application by subject for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Act, in respect of ill health experienced by subject. File includes: medical reports, social welfare reports, signed statements regarding application for said allowance, reports regarding the means and level of income of subject and sanctions granting payment of allowance. File contains copy of subject's marriage certificate (to Martha Fitzgerald, 16 January 1929).

Data Protection Note Partly closed

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)             James Leahy; Sean Scott; Harry Newman

Company      G Company

Unit              2 Battalion

Brigade        2 Tipperary Brigade

Division        2 Southern Division

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD15772

 

E. Tracey, Capt & 2nd Lieut, Dublin?

 

Apr 27, 1923 (FJ)

...orders issued recently at Army Headquarters...Chief of Staff's Department...Capt. E. Tracey to be attached to Staff, do [Artillery Corps?], with rank of 2nd Lieut...

 

Edmond Treacy, D (Moyne) Company, 2 Battalion, 2 Tipperary Brigade, 2 Southern Division

 

1917-1921 service medal

Edmond Treacy

Addresses:

Ballyerk, Lisheen, Templemore, Tipperary

Ballyerk, Moyne, Thurles, Tipperary

Date of birth                1900-09-14

Notes            File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and duly awarded medal issued 27 August 1960.

Data Protection Note Open

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)             James Leahy; John Scott; John Fanning

Company      D (Moyne) Company

Unit              2 Battalion

Brigade        2 Tipperary Brigade

Division        2 Southern Division

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD22890

 

Edward Tracey of Waterside Derry & Fort Dunree Donegal

 

1917-1921 Medal application

Edward Tracey

Addresses:

A.M.S. Fort Dunree, Donegal

8 Margaret Street, Waterside, Derry [see 1901 Census]

Notes: File relates to unsuccessful Service (1917-1921) Medal application.

Data Protection Note: Open

Organisation: None

National Army Service Number: 42152

Medal awarded: None

File Reference: MD4280

 

Edward Tracey of Dublin

 

Sep 6, 1920 (IT) Sinn Fein Member of Parliament Arrested

...Mr. Philip Shanahan...134 Foley Street, Dublin...They took Mr. Shanahan and his brother Michael Shanahan, and Edward Tracey, an assistant in the shop, into custody. Later in the day, Michael Shanahan and Edward Tracey were released.

 

E [Edward] Tracey, Monthly raid & search reports 25th Brigade, 10 Aug 1920 Shanahan's Public House junction Tyrone Street and Worth Street [Dublin], No evidence Bar Tender released, others arrested in Mountjoy. Second raid 5 Sep 1920 arrested. [Phil Shanahans pub IRA haunt]

 

Edward Treacy, O/C Prosperous, Co. Kildare

 

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

Witness: James Dunne, Commandant IRA, Kildare, 1921

 

4th Battalion 1st Eastern Division 7th Brigade GHQ

Battalion Staff O/C Edward Treacy, Newtown, Donore, Naas

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs%5Cfiles%5CPDF_Membership%5C8%5CRO%2060%20-%20611%5CMA-MSPC-RO-515.pdf.

A meeting of the Kildare Brigade Old I.R.A. was held in the Courthouse Naas, on Sunday January, 12th 1936. Mr. Thomas Harris, T.D.; Chairman, Presided and the following members were present; - Messrs. R. Harris, P. Dunne, M. Gardiff, P. McGee, T. Dunne, J. Dunne, P.Brennan, W Byrne, E. Treacey, A. Metcalfe, M. Ryan, J. Cullen, and M. Smyth Secretary.

1st Eastern Division 7th Brigade GHQ

Edward Tracey, Company O.C. 1st period, Battalion O.C. 2nd period

Edward Treacy, O.C. G. Company [Prosperous] Pre Truce

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs%5Cfiles%5CPDF_Membership%5C8%5CRO%2060%20-%20611%5CMA-MSPC-RO-511.pdf.

 

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

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

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

 

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

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

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

 

Edward/Éamonn Tracey, 1st Lieutenant, of Bruff Limerick

 

...May 1920...The following members of the Kilfinane unit took part in the actual attack on Kilmallock Barracks...With four others (Ned Tracey, Jim Bond, William Duane and William O'Keeffe) witness was in position behind a wall at the south (station) side of the barrack...

Witness: Denis Noonan, Lieutenant IRA, Cork, 1921

...Grange Company...1st Lt. Edward Treacy 1919 Arrested...

...Grange Company, under Martin Conway, raided Rockbarton House early in July, 1920...Edward Tracey... (See "Limerick's Fighting Story by me as "Seamus").

...August 1920...Conway was Captain of Grange Company with Edward Tracey as 1st Lieutenant.

... Edward Tracey James Maloney (Meadagh, Bruff)...

Witness: James Maloney, Captain IRA, Limerick, 1921

Jerry Treacy, Nicker, Pallasgreen [see below]...The Brigade 0/C. East Limerick, insisted that as the car was taken in his area it should be handed over to him. This course was eventually agreed to and, about ten days later, Ned Treacy of Holycross arrived with a driver at my house and I went with them and handed over the car.

Witness: Morgan Portley, Captain IRA, Limerick, 1921

 

...October 1920...Éamonn Treacy...Lough Gur...and the Grange contingent under Martin Conway and Éamonn Treacy.

O'Donnell, Ruan. introduction (2009) Limerick's Fighting Story 1916-21: Told by the Men Who Made It. Mercier Press, Cork [Originally published by The Kerryman in the 1940s]

 

Edmund Tracy of Fedamore Limerick, 04 Oct 1921 Internment camps & prisons, No. 89 was released from internment unconditionally on the 16/9/21.

 

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Old I.R.A. Special Allowances. 1956

Army Pensions Acts. List of persons resident in Co. Limerick who are in receipt of Special Allowances.

2576 Treacy, Joseph £103.10.0

3766 Treacy, Edmond £6.0.0

 

Edward Treacy, Ivy House, Holycross, Tipperary

 

No.2 Compound

Edward Treacy, Ivy House, Holycross, Tipperary

O Duibhir, Liam (2013) Prisoners of War: Ballykinlar Interment Camp 1920-1921. Mercier Press, Cork.

 

Edward Treacy (now Dublin) [Roscrea], Co. Tipperary

 

Tipperary I Brigade (North Tipperary)

Second Battalion A Company (Moneygall)

Thomas Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Martin Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Second Battalion B Company (Toomevara) No.1 Section

Cornelius Treacy, Toomevara, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary

Seventh Battalion A Company (Roscrea)

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

John Treacy (now U.S.A.)

Edward Treacy (now Dublin)

Seventh Battalion B Company (Dunkerrin)

Daniel Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

Denis Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea [written note: MD21339]

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-191.pdf

 

Edward Tracey, In England (Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh)

 

2nd Northern Division

4th Brigade (Maghera)

1st Battalion (Gortin)

Gortin Battalion

Edward Tracey, dead, "vice" Batt O/C

"A" Company Gortin - 1st critical date

Frank Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

James Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh.

John Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh.

Edward Tracey, In England (Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh)

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files/PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-397.pdf

 

Edward Tracey, dead, "vice" Batt O/C Gortin Battalion of Glenelly Valley, County Tyrone. [husband of Susanna (Susan) Treacy]

 

2nd Northern Division

4th Brigade (Maghera)

1st Battalion (Gortin)

Gortin Battalion

Edward Tracey, dead, "vice" Batt O/C

"A" Company Gortin - 1st critical date

Frank Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

James Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh.

John Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh.

Edward Tracey, In England (Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh)

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files/PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-397.pdf

 

2nd Northern Division

3rd Brigade

3rd Battalion (Cookstown)

Gortin Battalion

"Vice" Batt O/C, Edward Tracey decd

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files/PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-393.pdf

 

2nd Northern Division

3rd Brigade

3rd Battalion (Bellaghy)

Gortin Battalion

"Vice" Batt O/C, Edward Tracey decd

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files/PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-394.pdf

 

2nd Northern Division

3rd Brigade GHQ

Gortin Battalion

"vice" Batt O/C Edward Tracey, decd.

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files/PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-391.pdf

 

2nd Northern Division

4th Brigade (Maghera)

2nd Battalion (Maghera)

Gortin Battalion

"Vice" Batt O/C, Edward Tracey decd

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files/PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-398.pdf

 

1922 Republican Internment and the Prison Ship Argenta

“Lives were complicated in many ways for former internees and their families. Losing his father at the age of four years, one son recalls very little of his father who had been interned. The child’s mother seldom spoke of her husband, Edward Tracey, who had been born in the United States to County Tyrone parents who had emigrated in the nineteenth century. Edward Tracey was quite young when his own father died and he was sent to live with his aunts in Glenelly Valley in County Tyrone. As a teenager, without paternal influence, he sought camaraderie in the South Derry Brigade of the IRA, just over the county border from his residence. Eventually listed and interned, he was to spend a part of his youth as a political prisoner of the Northern Government from 1922 to 1923. His conditional release expelled him from Northern Ireland and forced him to sell the family farm. As a result, he moved to County Donegal in the Free State. Nevertheless, the feelings of abandonment lingered:

Like his counterparts he was offered a commission in the new Army or a post in the police (Gardai); these he both declined because he found both organisations to be of a State which did not respect his political views and a State which sold him and his comrades out and left them to rot in prison.

Frank E. Tracey, son, 1 September 1994 and 19 November 1997 letters, Co. Donegal.

Mark Tracey, grandson, 13 December 1997 letter, Middle East.

“Tracey was offered employment as a porter at the local mental hospital where he provided security from the gate lodge. His family went to live with him there. An early death due to peritonitis may be attributed to his living conditions while interned. Two of his four sons died the following year. Destitute, Susannah (née McCullagh) Tracey face poverty without employment or pension. The intervention of Neill T. Blaney, TD in the Dáil (Parliament) of the Southern Government, allowed her to continue residing with her two remaining young sons in the gate lodge at the hospital as a gatekeeper.

Edward Tracey/Glenelly Valley/Tyr

Born in USA raised by aunts in Tyrone/S. Derry Brig IRA as teenager/after release Co. Donegal hospital gatekeeper (R) C-

Kleinrichert, Denise (2001) Republican Internment and the Prison Ship Argenta 1922. Irish Academic Press, 2001. pp. 367

 

Tracy, Captain of Cranagh, Co. Tyrone

On 12th July 1922 Hugh O'Rourke and I procured a horse and cart and started for Granagh near Plumbridge to take a load of ammunition to Greencastle. At Granagh there was a large dump of arms stored which had been sent in from Donegal some time previously for use in Northern Ireland. When we arrived at Cranagh we were met by a man named Tracy who was captain of the local company.

Witness: Sean Corr, Commandant IRA, Tyrone, 1921

 

Ellen Treacy, Miss, Gelsha, Ballinlee, Co. Longford

 

1922 Membership Lists

"A" Company First District Council Longford Cumann Na mBan (pre Truce) 1st April 1921 & 11th July 1821

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/9/MA-MSPC-CMB-137.pdf

 

Eugene Tracey, Fenagh, County Carlow

 

Dáil Éireann - Volume 85 - 04 December, 1941

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Carlow Military Service Pension Claim.

Mr. Hughes Mr. Hughes

Mr. Hughes asked the Minister for Defence if he will say when Mr. Eugene Tracey, Fenagh, County Carlow, who made application for a pension under the Military Service Pensions Act may expect to hear of a decision in his case.

Mr. Aiken (for the Minister for Defence) Mr. Aiken (for the Minister for Defence)

Mr. Aiken (for the Minister for Defence): In the case of the application made under the Military Service Pensions Act, 1934, by Mr. Eugene Tracey, Fenagh, County Carlow, the finding of the referee is that on the evidence before him Mr. Tracey is not a person to whom the Act applies and he was informed accordingly. Mr. Tracey lodged an appeal for revision of the finding but the referee has not yet completed his investigations in the matter.

 

Francis [Frances] Treacy, Dublin.

 

War Office: Army of Ireland: Administrative and Easter Rising Records. Irish Situation, 1914 - 1922. Courts of inquiry in lieu of inquest. Death of Francis [Frances] Treacy; 22nd December, 1921; Dublin. WO 35/160/22

 

Frank Treacy, Kiltrustan, Co. Roscommon

 

In Strokestown proper there was a pretty lively unit - Tom Shevlin, Marty O'Connor, Sean Bermingham, Frank Treacy, Tom Mason and others.

...There in the cells we lingered on in hopes day after day and at least on one night we were assured everything was smooth sailing, when a crowd of storm troopers arrived with a fresh batch of prisoners - some new captures and sone old - including Marty O'Connor of Strokestown and Frank Treacy of Kiltrustan. They were parked in the other spare cells.

Witness: Patrick Mullooly, Senior Officer IRA, Roscommon, 1921

When night came, Captain P. Flanagan, Lieutenant J. Hunt, Torn Dolan and I met and went on foot to Strokestown and met M.R. O'Connor (present Court Clerk), Frank Treacy (since dead) and Jimmie Beirne.

Witness: Stephen Scally, Member IRA, Roscommon, 1920 [signed 2/2/1955]

 

Frank Tracy, of Rathinagh, Stokestown, Roscommon, 9 Dec 1921 & 10 Jan 1922 Internment camps & prisons 9.12.21, serial no.1866 IO no. c/669

 

Frank Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

 

2nd Northern Division

4th Brigade (Maghera)

1st Battalion (Gortin)

Gortin Battalion

Edward Tracey, dead, "vice" Batt O/C

"A" Company Gortin - 1st critical date

Frank Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

James Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh.

John Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh.

Edward Tracey, In England (Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh)

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files/PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-397.pdf

 

Henry Treacy, D Company, 3 Battalion, Kilkenny Brigade, of Kilkenny & Dublin

 

1917-1921 service medal

Henry Treacy

Kilkenny Street, Castlecomer, Kilkenny

Notes            File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and medal issued 14 December 1954.

Data Protection Note Open

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)             Thomas Treacy; Gerald Brennan; John Corcoran

Company      [D] Company

Unit              3 Battalion

Brigade        Kilkenny Brigade

Division        2 Southern Division

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD22319

 

1917-1921 service medal

Henry Treacy

33 Greelea Road, Terenure, Dublin 6

28 Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9

18 Oaklands Terrace, Terenure, Dublin 6

Kilkenny Street, Castlecomer, Kilkenny

Date of birth                1902-03-24

Date of death              1981-11-21

Notes            File relates to successful application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Service certified and a duly awarded medal issued 9 June 1972. Associated file DP56156: relates to subject's application for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts in respect of illness, disability or infirmity. Application rejected in 1976 on the grounds of means. File contains correspondence, memoranda, social welfare reports and means assessments.

Data Protection Note Partly closed

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             None

Commanding Officer(s)             John Corcoran.; Garrett Beman; Patrick Dunphey

Company      D Company

Unit              3 Battalion

Brigade        Kilkenny Brigade

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD48252

 

Jack Treacy, Guarda, Co. Limerick Kerry 1 Brigade 2nd Battalion

 

1920 [1935] Kerry 1 Brigade 2nd Battalion, 1st Southern Division

Abbeydorney 1st Lieut Joe Tracey Ballymacandrew Ardfert, Co. Kerry

Abbeydorney F Coy 2nd Batt Kerry D.J. Treacy

Coy Officiers on July 1st 1922 O'Dormey 1st Lieut D.J. Tracy

Officiers & men of F Coy 2nd Batt Kerry -

Adjt Denis Joe Treacy Ballinorig Ardvert {interned at Currach 1928}

Jack Treacy, Guarda, Co. Limerick

Maurice Treacy, Killahan, O'Dornet, Co. Kerry

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs%5Cfiles%5CPDF_Membership%5C8%5CRO1%20-%20150%5CMA-MSPC-RO-90.pdf

 

1922-1924 Dublin Metropolitan Police and Civic Guard (Garda Síochána) Personnel Registers

John Treacy, No. 3094, of Rockfield Abbeydorney Kerry, b. 22/1/1897, joined 10/1/1923, RC, IRA rank Pte, 5'10", 36/34 chest

 

James Tracey, Fianna Éireann Dublin

 

1917-1921 Service Medal

James Tracey

Addresses:

75 West Road, East Wall, Dublin 3

3 Cottage Place, North Circular Road, Dublin

Date of birth: 1904-02-10

Notes: File relates to unsuccessful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Claim not verified and application rejected (1972). Subject claimed membership of Fianna Éireann in 1920.

Data Protection: Partly closed

Organisation: None

Medal awarded: None

File Reference: MD48548

 

James Treacy, Derrygonnolly, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh

 

1926-8 IRA Pension Applications

Sp. 13561 James Treacy, Derrygonnolly, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs_files_PDF_Admin_1_WSPG10 A2.pdf

 

March 1926 Applications for Military Service Certificate

no. 908, James Treacy, Derrygonnelly, Co. Fermanagh

docs_files_PDF_Admin_5_M_MSP_2 (1 OF 2)_WM_MSP_2 (1 OF 2) .pdf

 

James Treacy, of Raheen, Co. Kilkenny

 

IRA was supplied by Mr James Treacy, Raheen, [Co. Kilkenny]

The flying column: West Kilkenny, 1916-21 By Jim Maher

 

James Tracey, of Mount Bellew, Co. Galway

 

 

tir1

Plunkett’s Brigade

 

 

 

tir2

Tir-Chonaill Flying Column

 

Neil "Plunkett" O’Boyle’s Tir-Chonaill Flying Column which operated in North/West Wicklow from November 1922 to May 1923

 

The column consisted of Séamas Ó Cáinte, Mícheál Ó Coileáin, Criostóir de Barra, Pádraig Raghallaigh, Bearnárd Corcáin, Dan Mac aoidh, F. Plléimeann, Pádraig Ó Seanáin, Séamas Mac Murchú, Pádraig Ó Feargaill, Séamas Ó Maoilaoidh, Séan Mac Reámoinn agus Seán Treasaigh (of Mountbellew, Galway).

 

The column was arrested on the 15th May 1923 in a house near Granabeg, Ballyknockan districk. Plunkett was killed and the rest were taken prisoner.

 

May 16, 1923 (FJ)

Irregulars Surprised in the early morning...hills about Valleymount district...Plunkett leader...Granabeg, in the Ballyknocken district...taken prisoner...James Tracey, Mount Bellew, Co. Galway...

Jul 18, 1924 (FJ) ...untried political prisoners...

...released...Jas Treacy, Mount Bellew;...[Galway]

 

Sir,—The caption—’Women continued to play an active role in the War of Independence’—under the photograph on page 41 of the last issue (Autumn 1996) is misleading on two counts. In the first place, it does not depict a War of Independence flying column but a Civil War one—the Third Battalion flying column (‘Plunkett’s Own’), No.2 (South Dublin) Brigade. Secondly, it is a ‘posed’ photograph: there is no evidence that any of the women depicted were ever ‘active’ and in the course of my research I have never come across references to women operating in any flying column during the Tan or Civil War.
    The photograph was taken most probably by May Mooney, one of the Mooney sisters, in the kitchen garden (now the car park) of Mooney’s Pub, Manor Kilbride (near Blessington), County Wicklow, on or about St Patrick’s Day, 1923. Included in the photograph (from left to right) are: (front row) Betty Mooney, Annie Mooney, Niall ‘Plunkett’ O’Boyle, Paddy Farrell, Peg Mooney; (centre row) Jim Redmond, Jim Treacy, Tom Heavey, Bride Mooney; (back row) Kay Mooney, Dan Whelan, Kit Barry, Bernard Corcoran, Paddy Reilly, Seamus McMorrow, Dan McGee, unknown. The column is well armed as evidenced by the Lee Enfield .303 rifles. Betty Mooney (not fully visible in the print used in the last issue) is holding Tom Heavey’s Thompson sub-machine gun. Annie and Peg Mooney each hold a Lee Enfield and Bride Mooney a revolver. Kay Mooney, a qualified nurse, who may have rendered medical assistance to the column from time to time is unarmed. Niall ‘Plunkett’ O’Boyle is wearing the uniform tunic of Sir Bryan Mahon, whose residence the column had burned down. Jim Redmond, Jim Treacy and Tom Heavey are holding what appears to be the tailgate of a small farmcart upon which is written in chalk: ‘No 3 Column Dublin 2’.
    This West Wicklow-based IRA flying column, which operated from about October 1922 until its capture in May 1923, was a mixture of Northerners, Dubliners, West of Ireland men and locals, among them escapees from the Curragh and Newbridge internment camps. It operated under the jurisdiction of Third Battalion, No.2 (South Dublin) Brigade, under the command of Gerry Boland, later a Fianna Fáil Minister for Justice and known at the time as ‘Trotsky’, on account of his exposition of left-wing views. The column commander, Niall O’Boyle, had escaped with a number of others from Newbridge camp and had been sent to West Wicklow where, under the name ‘Sean Plunkett’, he gathered the local Volunteers under his command attacking Free State Army positions and burning local ‘big houses’, among them Mullaghboden House, residence of Sir Bryan Mahon, and Mauds of Tinode.
    The flying column was eventually surrounded at Nortons’ farmhouse in the early morning of 15 May 1923 by a Free State Army raiding party under the command of Colonel Felix McCorley and after a brief exchange of fire a parlay was arranged. According to eye witnesses, O’Boyle approached McCorley with his arms raised in surrender. McCorley asked, ‘Who are you’, and on being told, ‘I’m Sean Plunkett’, McCorley shot him through the left eye and again in the side of the head as he lay dying. A monument to ‘Plunkett’ O’Boyle can be seen at Norton’s (now Nolans) of Knocknadroose at the Reilly family grave in nearby Hollywood. He is buried in his native Kincasslagh, County Donegal. Following his death the photograph, in postcard form, circulated freely in the area. I obtained a copy from another column member (not in the photograph), the late Myles Reilly of Hollywood whom I interviewed on a number of occasions before his death, along with Seamus Mooney of Manor Kilbride. Other information is taken from Padraig Ó Baoighill’s Oglach na Rossan, Niall Pluincead Ó Baoighill (1994) and Uinseann McEoin’s Survivers (1987).—Yours etc.,
SHAY COURTNEY
Kilmashogue,
County Dublin.

 

James Treacy, Bulgaden Cmpany, 4 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade, 2 Southern Division

 

1917-1921 service medal

James Treacy

Addresses:

Gibbonstown, Kilmallock, Limerick

Bulgaden, Kilmallock, Limerick

Date of birth      1902-07-13

Date of death    1971-02-14

Civilian occupation        Road Ganger, Limerick County Council;

Notes     File relates to successful application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Duly awarded medal issued 29 October 1953. Medal later deemed to have been duly awarded 26 August 1957. Associated file DP26865 : : File relates to successful application by subject for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Act. Allowance awarded in 1968. File includes: medical certificate and reports, social welfare reports, signed statements regarding application for said allowance, reports regarding the means and level of income of subject and sanctions granting payment of allowance. After subject's death, both the balance of this allowance and a funeral grant were paid to his sister Miss Mary Treacy.

Data Protection Note    Open

Organisation      Irish Republican Army

Rank      Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)            John Cleary; C. Kearney; D. Hannigan

Company           Bulgaden Cmpany

Unit       4 Battalion

Brigade East Limerick Brigade

Division             2 Southern Division

Medal awarded             Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference   MD24725

 

James Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

 

2nd Northern Division

4th Brigade (Maghera)

1st Battalion (Gortin)

Gortin Battalion

Edward Tracey, dead, "vice" Batt O/C

"A" Company Gortin - 1st critical date

Frank Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

James Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh.

John Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh.

Edward Tracey, In England (Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh)

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files/PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-397.pdf

 

James Treacy, Avoca Company, Wicklow

 

1917-1921 service medal

James Treacy

Addresses

Kilmagig, Avoca Wicklow

Castlemacadam, Avoca Wicklow

[1911 Census - Knockanree Upper, Ballyarthur, Wicklow]

Date of birth      1886-09-18

Civilian occupation: Postman

Notes: File relates to successful application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Medal issued 8 March 1948. Duly awarded certificate signed 26 September 1960. Subject claims to have worked as a postman and British civil servant while working for the secret service of the Irish Republican Army. Associated file DP23022 : File relates to unsuccessful application by subject for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts. File includes: social welfare reports, signed statements regarding application for said allowance, reports regarding the means and level of income of subject and documentation relating to the non payment of allowance. Application rejected on the grounds of means.

Data Protection Note    Partly closed

Organisation      Irish Republican Army

Rank      Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)            John Louth

Company           Avoca Company

Medal awarded             Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference   MD8111

 

Jerry (Jeremiah) Treacy, Company C.O., E Company, 1 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade [also named as Joseph and James – Note: 1901 & 1911 Census have Joseph & Jerry as brothers]

 

In the latter end of May [1920] with Dan Grace, Battalion Adjutant, Danny Ryan, known as Danny Simon, Brigade Engineer at a. later date, Nicholas O'Dwyer, Brigade 0/C of Engineers, Jerry Treacy, Company Captain of Pallas, Jim Carthy and Mick Carthy of Doon, Jim Gorman and Paddy Costello of Holyford and others, I took part in an attack on Kimallock R.I.C. Barracks which had been planned by the Brigade Staff and Battalion Staff of the area.

Witness: William McCarthy, Officer IRA, Limerick, 1921

About this time I also received a request from Jerry Treacy, Nicker of the East Limerick Brigade to come to Nicker, Pallasgreen, to deal with the wife of a man named O'Connell who was suspected of giving information to the R.I.C.

About this time also we received information from. Jerry Treacy, Nicker, Pallasgreen, to the effect that District Inspector McGettrick Of Pallasgreen R.I.C. usually went to 10 a.m. Mass at Nicker on Sundays and left his Ford motor car outside the church...Ned Treacy of Hollycross [see above]

Witness: Morgan Portley, Captain IRA, Limerick, 1921

Jerry Treacy, Nicker, Pallasgreen [see below]...The Brigade 0/C. East Limerick, insisted that as the car was taken in his area it should be handed over to him. This course was eventually agreed to and, about ten days later, Ned Treacy of Holycross arrived with a driver at my house and I went with them and handed over the car.

Witness: Morgan Portley, Captain IRA, Limerick, 1921

 

...[June] 1920...Lieutenant William Allinson White...had effected the arrest of Jeremiah Treacy, the local company commandant. Treacy had been commandant of the Pallasgrean Company but on the night of 10 June, White spotted a bicycle outside Buckley’s house at Corelish, near Passasgrean. When Treacy emerged from the house, White held him up and searched him. The search uncovered a revolver and four rounds of ammunition. Treacy was subsequently sentenced to a prison term which he served in Liverpool (County 904/216 British Archives Kew).

Thomas Toomey (2010) The War of Independence in Limerick 1912-1921. O'Brien-Toomey Publishers

 

Joseph Tracy, of Bunavie, county Limerick

Jul 2, 1920 (FJ) English Justice

In Ireland. The following official report has been issued by the Military Headquarters, Park Gate:-

Joseph Tracey, civilian, of Bunavie, Co. Limerick, was tried by court-martial at Cork, on 23rd June, on charges of having a revolver and ammunition without a permit. He was found guilty and sentenced to eighteen months imprisonment with hard labour.

 

Carrying Arms, Londonderry. HC Deb 15 July 1920 vol 131 cc2566-8

§ 11. Lieut.-Commander KENWORTHY asked the Chief Secretary of Ireland whether William Kane, Samuel King, Thomas Bramble, Samuel Fleming, and John Lappin, all Ulster Volunteers of Londonderry, were tried recently by special Crimes Court in Londonderry before Major Brett, resident magistrate, and Mr. R. Sparrow, resident magistrate, on a charge of carrying rifles and ammunition; whether they were found guilty and sentenced to a fine of £5 each; whether Joseph Trany [Joseph Tracy], of Bunavie, county Limerick, was tried by district court-martial at Cork on 23rd June, 1919, on a charge of having a revolver and ammunition; and whether he was found guilty and sentenced to 18 months' imprisonment with hard labour?

§ Sir H. GREENWOOD The prisoners referred to in the first part of the question pleaded guilty and were fined as stated, but I would point out that the hon. and gallant Member, while mentioning all the cases of Ulster Volunteers charged with carrying arms during the Derry riots, and implying that they were given preferential treatment, has omitted to mention that several persons of the opposite faction were arrested in exactly the same circumstances, were brought before the same Court, charged with the same offence, and received the same sentence. The circumstances in the case of James Tracy—not Joseph Trany, as mentioned in the question—were quite different.

§ Lieut. - Commander KENWORTHY Was not James Tracy punished in this way long before there were political murders or assassinations of police in Ireland, and does the right hon. Gentleman not think a better example should be made of men of all faiths and factions carrying rifles, in Londonderry?

§ Mr. C. PALMER Does the right hon. Gentleman not think it is quite natural that Ulster men should arm themselves against the dastardly assassinations of the Sinn Feiners?

§ Sir H. GREENWOOD With reference to the supplementary question put by the hon. and gallant Gentleman, I cannot, without notice, say when James Tracy was sentenced, but I am convinced that the sentence of 18 months' hard labour for what was in effect threatening the life of an officer was not too severe.

§ Lieut. - Commander KENWORTHY May I ask why these men of different faith in Londonderry are only fined for carrying rifles and ammunition, especially in view of the heavy loss of life in Londonderry, and whether the right hon. Gentleman is going to take possession of the rifles scattered all over that unhappy city?

§ Sir H. GREENWOOD The charge was that of carrying rifles and ammunition, and the sentence was given by a Resident Magistrate, and I cannot interfere with the sentence of any judicial officer in Ireland.

§ Lieut. - Commander KENWORTHY Is the right hon. Gentleman now going to take possession of these rifles scattered all over Londonderry?

§ Mr. SPEAKER The hon. and gallant Member must give notice of that.

 

Jul 16, 1920 (IT) Irish Questions

In the House of Commons...The circumstances in the case of James Tracy of Bunavie, Co. Limerick, who was tried 

Jul 17, 1920 (FJ) Derry and Limerick

...House of Commons...The circumstances in the case of James Tracy, of Bunaire, Co. Limerick, who was tried by a District Courtmartial at Cork on the 23rd June 1919, on a charge of having a revolver and ammunition in his posession and who was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment with hard labor...sentence too severe...

Jul 17, 1920 (FJ) Hunger Strike in Cork Jail

...demand for political treatment...J. Treacy...Limerick.

Dec 13, 1920 (FJ) In English Jails - Irish Prisoners and Where they are detained

...Lincoln...Joseph Tracey...Liverpool...Joseph Tracey...

 

1920 Joseph Tracey possession of firearm and ammunition. [File]

Reference: CO 904/216/4. Dublin Castle Records, File 428, 23 folios.

Joseph Tracey found in Possession of Firearm and Ammunition at New Pallas Co. Limerick (1920)

1920 Letter to Diarmuid Treacy of Bunavoy, Pallasgreen, Co. Limerick [Letter]

6275 Joseph Tracey [James crossed out] L'Pool Prison

Tried by Court Martial at Cork 23 June 1920. Tracy was found guilty and was sentenced to 18 months hard labour.

 

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Old I.R.A. Special Allowances. 1956

Army Pensions Acts. List of persons resident in Co. Limerick who are in receipt of Special Allowances.

2576 Treacy, Joseph £103.10.0

3766 Treacy, Edmond £6.0.0

 

1917-1921 service medal - Jeremiah Treacy, Company C.O., E Company, 1 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade

Jeremiah Treacy

Bunavoy, Pallasgreen, Limerick

Date of birth                1895

Date of death              1963

Civilian occupation: Farm Labourer

Notes: File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and medal issued 16 July 1952. Medal later deemed to have been duly awarded [1956]. Associated file DP28006 : : File relates to successful application by subject for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Act. Allowance awarded in 1956. File includes: medical certificate and report, social welfare reports, signed statements regarding application for said allowance, reports regarding the means and level of income of subject and sanctions granting payment of allowance. Subject claimed he was imprisoned in 1918 and again in 1919, and was later arrested in March 1921 and 'badly battered by Black and Tans'. Subject further claimed to have organised an I.R.A. Company in his area. Subject's date of baptism recorded as 19 June 1895, date of birth not disclosed. File includes a copy of the subject's death certificate. After subject's death, the balance of this allowance was paid to his brother Joseph Treacy.

Data Protection Note Partly closed

Organisation                Irish Republican ArmyIrish Republican Brotherhood

Rank             Company C.O.

Commanding Officer(s)             Sean Wall; William McCarthy

Company      E Company

Unit              1 Battalion

Brigade        East Limerick Brigade

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD17429

 

John Treacy, B Company, 4 Battalion, West Clare Brigade, 1 Western Division

 

1917-1921 service medal

John Treacy

Kildimo South, Miltown malbay, Clare

Date of birth                1903-05-23

Civilian occupation     Labourer;

Notes            File relates to successful application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Service certified and a duly awarded medal issued 4 October 1956. Associated file DP25133 : : File relates to unsuccessful application by subject for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts. File includes: social welfare reports, signed statements regarding application for said allowance, reports regarding the means and level of income of subject and documentation relating to the non payment of allowance. Application rejected in 1957 as subject was not found to be incapable of self support by reason of permanent infirmity.

Data Protection Note Open

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)             S. McTierney; Jerry Killeen; Thomas Killeen

Company      B Company

Unit              4 Battalion

Brigade        West Clare Brigade

Division        1 Western Division

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD24542

 

John Joseph Treacy alias O'Brien alias White,  G Company, 4 Battalion, Mid Clare Brigade, of Miltown Malbay Clare & Cork

 

1917-1921 service medal

John Joseph Treacy alias O'Brien alias White

Addresses

Street            C/O Royal Typewriters, 42 McCurtain Street, Cork

Church Street, Miltown Malbay, Clare

Date of birth: 1901-05-24

Notes: File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Medal later deemed to have been duly awarded. Duly awarded certificate signed 23 May 1969. Note states that John Joseph was named after his mother Nora White and his paternal name may have been O'Brien or White.

Data Protection Note: Open

Organisation: Fianna Éireann

Rank: Volunteer

Commanding Officer(s): I. O'Neill; Ned Lynch

Company: G Company

Unit: 4 Battalion

Brigade: Mid Clare Brigade

National Army Service Number: 30858

Medal awarded: Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference: MD2769

 

John Treacy, 1 Cork Brigade,  of Youghal, Cork

 

1917-1921 service medal

John Treacy

Addresses

Redmond's Row, Youghal, Cork

South Cross Street, Youghal, Cork

Catherine Street, Youghal, Cork

Date of birth: 1905-11-26

Notes: File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and medal issued 22 May 1945. Medal later deemed to have not been duly awarded. Duly awarded certificate refused 7 March 1969. Subject claimed membership of 1 Cork Brigade, Irish Republican Army

Data Protection Note: Open

Organisation: None

Medal awarded: None

File Reference: MD5225

 

John Rupert Treacy, [Professor] of Youghal, County Cork, Limerick, Dublin and Sligo.

 

A Sinn Féin supporter was John R. Treacy, a native of Youghal, County Cork, who taught in Limerick and Dublin before coming to Sligo in 1904. In Dublin, he was closely associated with William Rooney, the poet, and Arthur Griffith in the early days of the Sinn Fein movement, helping to edit the "United Irishman". He taught in Summerhill College and in the Technical School for 25 years. He had been involved with Griffith and William Rooney in Sinn Féin while in Dublin and was one of the “Apostles of Sinn Féin” in Sligo. In July 1918, he was under surveillance and in August 1918, he was arrested for reading the Sinn Féin manifesto and placed in Sligo prison. A week later he was moved to Galway. On September 24th at a court martial in Renmore Barracks Galway, Tracey was found guilty and sentenced to two years imprisonment. He was released at the beginning of October on medical advice. When he arrived at Sligo Station he was met by a large crowd of Sinn Féiners and escorted to his home. In December 1920, he was again arrested and at the end of January he was moved to Derry. In January 1921, he was moved from Derry jail to Ballykinlar Camp, Co. Down.  In the camp he gave classes in Shorthand and Book-keeping Classes.  In October 1921, after 3 weeks on parole after long internment he was released.  During these times, his wife suffered greatly from the disturbances caused by the attentions of the authorities. He died in November 1929. Sympathy was extended to his widow and family, as well as his sister-in-law, Mrs Tracey, Catherine Street, of Youghal, and his nephew, nieces and cousins in that town.

 

Ref:

Michael Wheatley (2005) Nationalism and the Irish Party: Provincial Ireland, 1910-1916

Sligo 1914-1921: A Chronicle of Conflict. By Michael Farry.

W.C. Johnstone, Vicer Regal Lodge, Dublin - Secret Memorandum GT 5570

 

I was a member of the Gaelic League very young. I used to collect at Church gates, and walked in processions. When I was at business in Sligo I was in correspondence with Griffith about my brother's cartoons and he wrote to me very kindly about them. I and Professor Tracey were the only people who bought his paper in Sligo. Arthur Griffith told me to get in touch with the Professor. Later on I sent a few poems to him and he published them in his paper...

Witness: Maeve Cavanagh McDowell, Member Irish Citizen Army; Courier to Waterford, 1916

 

John R Treacy of St Marys Terrace Sligo Co Sligo, 15 Aug 1918 Courts martial case registers, file 95156, charge 9aa & 27 DRR, court martial 24/9/1918 DCH held at Galway, found guilty of all charges, 2 years Imprimt without hard labour, "I remit the imprisonment awarded" GO CinC

John Tracey, of Sligo, 4 Nov 1921 Internment camps & prisons. 14 Oct 1921 John Tracey of Sligo was released from Internment 8-1-1921 in consideration of the serious illness of his wife, who is mentally affected.

 

Mar. 14 1918

Letter card from John R. Treacy to George Noble Plunkett, Count Plunkett, about the condition of George Oliver Plunkett and his comrades in prison,

http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000587522

 

11 October 1919 The Advocate (NY)

Sligo - Professor Treacy and the municipal technical schools, were searched by military and police. Mr. Treacy objected to allow a personal search, but he was forcibly held down by two constables while another went through his pockets. In no instance was anything incriminating discovered.

 

3rd Western Division

Sligo I Brigade (North Sligo)

1st Battalion

"A" Company Sligo Town

J. R. Tracey [written in: Deceased]

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-299.pdf

 

Sligo Cemetery, Sligo Town, Co. Sligo, Ireland.

Erected by, his friends and the Citizens of Sligo, (In the year of his office), of, Fraser Brown, (Mayor), as a token of public esteem. To the memory of, John R. Tracy, late prop. Summer Hill College, Sligo, who died, on the 28 day of Nov. 1929.

http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/sligo/cemeteries/sligo-town.txt

 

 

John R Treacy.jpg

 

Republican autograph books compiled at Ballykinlar internment camp, 1921 by Joseph S. Considine (NLI)

 

 

3 March 1923 Cork Examiner

 

... and John Tracey were arrested Ballinacurra, and Ned Creed at Ballingrane. All three, it is said, were active irregulars

 

John Tracy, Nationalist solicitor, Derry and Donegal [see John Tracy]

 

John Treacy, Rockfield Abbeydorney Kerry

 

1922-1924 Dublin Metropolitan Police and Civic Guard (Garda Síochána) Personnel Registers

John Treacy, No. 3094, of Rockfield Abbeydorney Kerry, b. 22/1/1897, joined 10/1/1923, RC, IRA rank Pte, 5'10", 36/34 chest

 

John Treacy, Abbey, Co. Galway

 

Jan 24, 1921 (FJ) Terrorism in the Tuam District

...John Treacy, Abbey, was arrested. He surrendered a shot-gun...

Jan 24, 1921 (IT) Shootings in County Galway

...three men...were shot dead while attempting to evade arrest...John Tracy, Abbey was arrested. He surrendered a shot gun he had in his house...

 

John Tracey of Abbey Barnaderg/Ballycinin/Ballyglunin Co Galway, 26 Jan 1921 Courts martial of civilians, March 29 1921 held In field Ireland, charge GAA (D), fine s50/-, F.G.C.M. £2.10.0, default 2 months, fine paid

John Treacy, 2/RO/102 Cashier Irish Command, 05 Feb 1921 Internment camps & prisons, cheque £2-10-0. Particulars: Accused was asked by police if he had a gun he said he had and immediately handed same over. The police gave the accused an excellent character and was always a good friend to them.

 

John Treacy, Monivea, Athenry, Co. Galway

 

Newcastle Company 3rd Batt (Claregalway) No. 4 Brigade (Tuam) 2nd Western Division 1st July 1922

Volunteers...

Joseph Treacy, U.S.A.

Patrick Treacy, U.S.A.

Monivea Company 3rd Batt (Claregalway) No. 4 Brigade (Tuam) 2nd Western Division 1st July 1922

Volunteers...

John Treacy, Monivea, Athenry

Michael Treacy, Monivea, Athenry

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-274A.pdf

 

John Treacy, Bishop St, Tuam (Sec. Com.) now U.S.A., Co. Galway

 

1st Western Division, North Galway Brigade, 1st (Tuam) Battalion

Tuam Company (B) for July 1921

(Men) John Treacy, Bishop St, Tuam (Sec. Com.) now U.S.A.

Tuam Company 1st Batt North Galwat Brigade I.R.A.

Volunteers

John Treacy U.S.A.

Officers and men of Abbey/Abbeyknockmoy Co I.R.A. on 11th July 1921

Peter Treacy, Chapel road, Dereen, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

Michael Treacy, Larraghmore, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

1st Battalion Tuam Brigade 11 July 1921

Men of the Flying Column

P. Treacy, Kiltullagh, Glennamaddy

J. Treacy, Cashel, Dunmore

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-239.pdf

 

John Treacy, Drumscar Lickmolassy Co. Galway & Garda Dublin

 

1922-1924 Dublin Metropolitan Police and Civic Guard (Garda Síochána) Personnel Registers

John Treacy, No. 5515, b. Drumsea Portumna Galway, b. 28/7/1900, joined 16/1/1924, RC, IRA Rank Pte, Army rank Srg, knowledge of Irish, 5'8.75", 36/36.5? chest

 

John Treacy, Portumna Company, Portumna Battalion, South East Galway Brigade, Garda of Dublin

 

1917-1921 service medal

John Treacy

8 Sarsfield Road, Inchicore, Dublin

Date of birth                1897-04-28

Date of death              1986-01-05

Civilian occupation     Garda;

Notes            File relates to successful application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Service certified and a duly awarded medal issued 18 November 1969. Truce Commemoration Medal issued 1975. File also includes material relating the payment of a funeral grant to subject's wife, Kathleen Treacy nee Wynne.

Data Protection Note Partly closed

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             Quarter Master

Commanding Officer(s)             Augustine Tully; Seamus Reilly

Company      Portumna Company

Unit              Portumna Battalion

Brigade        South East Galway Brigade

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD38160

 

John Tracey, D (Emo) Company, 5 Battalion, Laois Brigade

 

1917-1921 Service Medal

John Tracey

Coolbanagher, Emo, Portarlington, Laois

Date of birth: 1889-03-13

Date of death: 1978-01-16

Civilian occupation: Labourer

Notes: File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and medal issued 14 December 1954. Medal later deemed to have been duly awarded. Duly awarded certificate signed 6 August 1969. Associated file DP48775: relates to subject's application for and award and payment of Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts in respect of illness or disability. Allowance awarded 1969. After subject’s death, both the balance of this allowance and a funeral grant were paid to his sister, Nancy McNamara [nee Tracey]. File includes applications, memoranda and correspondence, means assessments, and social welfare and medical reports.

Data Protection Note: Open

Organisation: Irish Republican Army

Rank: Unknown

Commanding Officer(s): Thomas Brady; John Scully; William Moran

Company: D (Emo) Company

Unit: 5 Battalion

Brigade: Laois Brigade

Medal awarded: Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference: MD19814

 

John Treacy, B (Bulgaden) Company, 4 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade

 

1917-1921 service medal - John Treacy, B (Bulgaden) Company, 4 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade

John Treacy

Addresses:

Elton, Knocklong, Limerick

Bulgaden, Kilmallock, Limerick

Martinstown, Kilmallock, Limerick

Date of birth                1898-06

Notes            File relates to initial successful application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Medal issued 29 October 1953. Upon reinvestigation for a Spcial Allowance application subject's medal was held not to have been duly awarded (1965). Subject claimed membership of B (Bulgaden) Company, 4 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade I.R.A.. Associated file DP27357: relates to subject's application for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts in respect of illness or disability. Application initally rejected in 1956 on the grounds that subject was not deemed to be incapable of self-support by reason of permanent infirmity. File contains correspondence, memoranda, social welfare reports and means assessments.

Data Protection Note Partly closed

Organisation                None

Medal awarded           None

File Reference             MD24726

 

John Treacy, Limerick

 

List Of Persons Resident In County Limerick Who Are In Receipt Of Pensions Under The Military Service Pensions Act, 1934.

E. 8301       John Treacy           £11.5.0

 

John Tracy, Director of Dispatches, Geashill, Offaly

 

Brother of Tom Tracey volunteer and Katie Tracey, Cumann na mBan

 

Her brother John Tracy being Director of Dispatch Service in II Battn...December 1922...Pat McElduff and John Tracy were arrested on this occasion. - Thomas Dunne

 

J. [John] Treacey, Roscrea, Tipperary

 

15 July 1922 (NG) War - Items and Incidents

Messrs. J. Treacey, Roscrea; J. Day Templemore, with a ford car, were arrested at Toomevara on Sunday week by Dail troops.

 

Eamon de Valera, 92, Dies

...One of them, Sean Tracey, from Tipperary, who is an 87? year old veteran of the fight for independence, said, "We are thin on the ground now, but we are still able to pay our respects to The Chief."

The New York Times Biographical Service, Volume 6, 1975

 

John Treacy (now U.S.A.) [Roscrea], Co. Tipperary

 

Tipperary I Brigade (North Tipperary)

Second Battalion A Company (Moneygall)

Thomas Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Martin Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Second Battalion B Company (Toomevara) No.1 Section

Cornelius Treacy, Toomevara, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary

Seventh Battalion A Company (Roscrea)

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

John Treacy (now U.S.A.)

Edward Treacy (now Dublin)

Seventh Battalion B Company (Dunkerrin)

Daniel Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

Denis Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea [written note: MD21339]

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-191.pdf

 

Tipperary No. I Brigade (North Tipperary)

Tipperary No. I Brigade

Second Battalion B Company (Toomvara) 2 July 1922

No.1 Section

Cornelius Treacy, Toomevara Nenagh

Seventh Battalion A Company (Roscrea)

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

John Treacy (now U.S.A.)

Truce Men

Martin Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

Seventh Battalion B Company (Dunkerrin)

Daniel Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

Denis Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-192.pdf

 

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary

 

Tipperary I Brigade (North Tipperary)

Second Battalion A Company (Moneygall)

Thomas Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Martin Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Second Battalion B Company (Toomevara) No.1 Section

Cornelius Treacy, Toomevara, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary

Seventh Battalion A Company (Roscrea)

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

John Treacy (now U.S.A.)

Edward Treacy (now Dublin)

Seventh Battalion B Company (Dunkerrin)

Daniel Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

Denis Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea [written note: MD21339]

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-191.pdf

 

Tipperary No. I Brigade (North Tipperary)

Tipperary No. I Brigade

Second Battalion B Company (Toomvara) 2 July 1922

No.1 Section

Cornelius Treacy, Toomevara Nenagh

Seventh Battalion A Company (Roscrea)

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

John Treacy (now U.S.A.)

Truce Men

Martin Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

Seventh Battalion B Company (Dunkerrin)

Daniel Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

Denis Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-192.pdf

 

1917-1921 service medal

John Treacy

Addressees:

23 King's Avenue, Old Trafford, Manchester 16, England

Dunkerrin, Birr, Offaly

Mount Heaton, Roscrea, Tipperary

Date of birth                1900-06

Notes            File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and medal issued 30 December 1952. Medal later deemed to have been duly awarded. Duly awarded certificate signed 21 October 1957. Associated file DP28515: relates to subject's application for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts in respect of illness or disability. Allowance awarded in 1957, and payments were later ceased in 1962. File contains correspondence, memoranda, social welfare reports and means assessments.

Data Protection Note Partly closed

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)             Sean Gaynor; Edward Quinlan; Patrick O'Meara

Company      A Company

Unit              7 Battalion

Brigade        1 Tipperary Brigade

Division        3 Southern Division

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD21340

 

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone, Co. Tipperary, Co. Tipperary

 

Tipperary I Brigade (North Tipperary)

Second Battalion A Company (Moneygall)

Thomas Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Martin Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Second Battalion B Company (Toomevara) No.1 Section

Cornelius Treacy, Toomevara, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary

Seventh Battalion A Company (Roscrea)

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

John Treacy (now U.S.A.)

Edward Treacy (now Dublin)

Seventh Battalion B Company (Dunkerrin)

Daniel Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

Denis Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea [written note: MD21339]

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-191.pdf

 

Tipperary No. I Brigade (North Tipperary)

Tipperary No. I Brigade

Second Battalion B Company (Toomvara) 2 July 1922

No.1 Section

Cornelius Treacy, Toomevara Nenagh

Seventh Battalion A Company (Roscrea)

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

John Treacy (now U.S.A.)

Truce Men

Martin Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

Seventh Battalion B Company (Dunkerrin)

Daniel Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

Denis Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-192.pdf

 

John Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

 

2nd Northern Division

4th Brigade (Maghera)

1st Battalion (Gortin)

Gortin Battalion

Edward Tracey, dead, "vice" Batt O/C

"A" Company Gortin - 1st critical date

Frank Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

James Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh.

John Tracey, Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh.

Edward Tracey, In England (Aughnamerrighan, Drumlee, Omagh)

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files/PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-397.pdf

 

Joseph Treacy, 1st Lieutenant, A (Dunmore) Company, 1 Battalion, North Galway Brigade, 2 Western Division

 

No.2 Brigade (Castlerea) 2nd Western Division 4.2.22

Company Officiers of 1st Battalion (Gelenamaddy)

Company A. Dunmore...1st Lieut Joe Treacey...

Officiers - 1st Battalion No.2 Brigade

Adjutant Pat Treacey

Glenamaddy Battn Coy I Glenamaddy Captain P. Treacy, 74 men 4.2.'22  - 25 men June '22

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-263.pdf

 

2nd Western Division, II Brigade (Castlerea) Flying Columns

Second Battalion - Tuam Brigade 11 July 1921

Men of the Flying Column

P. Treacy, Kiltullagh, Glennamaddy

J. Treacy, Cashel, Dunmore.

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-264.pdf

 

2nd Wetern Division II Brigade *Castlerea) 1st (Glenamaddy) Battalion

Company Officiers of 1st Battalion (Glenamaddy)

A. Dunmore, Joe Treacy 1st Lieut

Officiers - 1st Battalion No.2 Brigade

Adjutant Pat Treacey

Glenamaddy Battn

I. Glenamaddy Pat Treacy captain to 11 July 1921

I. Company Volunteers both dates

Tom Treacy Kiltulla Kilkerrin in U.S.A.

First Battalion Staff, No.2 Brigade, 2nd Western Division July 1st 1922

Adjt P. Treacy, Kiltullagh, Glennamaddy

"A" Company first period and second period

Joseph Treacy (Lieut.) Castle/Castlefarm Dunmore

The names of the men & officers for July 1922

P. Treacy, Kiltullo, Kilkerrin Ballinasloe in Btt Staff

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-261.pdf

 

1st Western Division, North Galway Brigade, 1st (Tuam) Battalion

Tuam Company (B) for July 1921

(Men) John Treacy, Bishop St, Tuam (Sec. Com.) now U.S.A.

Tuam Company 1st Batt North Galwat Brigade I.R.A.

Volunteers

John Treacy U.S.A.

Officers and men of Abbey/Abbeyknockmoy Co I.R.A. on 11th July 1921

Peter Treacy, Chapel road, Dereen, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

Michael Treacy, Larraghmore, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

1st Battalion Tuam Brigade 11 July 1921

Men of the Flying Column

P. Treacy, Kiltullagh, Glennamaddy

J. Treacy, Cashel, Dunmore

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-239.pdf

 

2nd Western Division II Brigade (Caslerea)

Second Battalion - Tuam Brigade 11th July 1921

Men of the Flying Column

P. Treacy, Kiltullagh, Glenamaddy

J. Treacy, Cashel, Dunmore

Duty from time to time with column

Company Officers of 1st Battn Glenamaddy

Dunmore Company Joe Treacy 1st Lieut

Officers 1st Batalion, No.2 Brigade

Adjutant Pat Treacey

Glenamaddy Batt, Glenamaddy Company, P. Treacy Captain

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-260.pdf

 

1917-1921 service medal

Joseph Treacy

Castlefarm, Dunmore, Tuam, Galway.

Date of birth                1898-12-06

Date of death              1985-03-25

Civilian occupation: Shoemaker

Notes            File relates to successful application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Duly awarded medal issued 8 August 1961. Associated file DP25120 : File relates to successful application by subject for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Act, in respect of ill health experienced by subject. Earlier applications for allowance refused, however an allowance was later granted. File includes: medical reports, social welfare reports, signed statements regarding application for said allowance, reports regarding the means and level of income of subject and sanctions granting payment of allowance. After subject's death, both the balance of this allowance and a funeral grant were paid to his next-of-kin. It was claimed that the subject was imprisoned in Galway Jail and later in the Curragh Camp, Kildare.

Data Protection Note Partly closed

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)             T. Mannion; S. Moloney; P. Dunleavy

Company      A (Dunmore) Company

Unit              2[?] Battalion

Brigade        North Galway Brigade

Division        2 Western Division

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD14702

 

Joseph Treacy, U.S.A., Newcastle Coy., Co. Galway

 

Newcastle Company 3rd Batt (Claregalway) No. 4 Brigade (Tuam) 2nd Western Division 1st July 1922

Volunteers...

Joseph Treacy, U.S.A.

Patrick Treacy, U.S.A.

Monivea Company 3rd Batt (Claregalway) No. 4 Brigade (Tuam) 2nd Western Division 1st July 1922

Volunteers...

John Treacy, Monivea, Athenry

Michael Treacy, Monivea, Athenry

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-274A.pdf

 

Joseph [Denis Joe] Treacy, Adjt, Ballinorig/Ballymacandrew, Ardfert, Co. Kerry

 

1920 [1935] Kerry 1 Brigade 2nd Battalion, 1st Southern Division

Abbeydorney 1st Lieut Joe Tracey Ballymacandrew Ardfert, Co. Kerry

Abbeydorney F Coy 2nd Batt Kerry D.J. Treacy

Coy Officiers on July 1st 1922 O'Dormey 1st Lieut D.J. Tracy

Officiers & men of F Coy 2nd Batt Kerry -

Adjt Denis Joe Treacy Ballinorig Ardvert {interned at Currach 1928}

Jack Treacy, Guarda, Co. Limerick

Maurice Treacy, Killahan, O'Dornet, Co. Kerry

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs%5Cfiles%5CPDF_Membership%5C8%5CRO1%20-%20150%5CMA-MSPC-RO-90.pdf

 

Joe [Denis Joe] Treacy, Ballymacaquim, Co. Kerry

Abbeydorney Company of the Volunteers

April 23rd, 1920 Following the arrest of  John Dowd and Patrick Walsh, the following local volunteers  were arrested namely, Thomas Stundon, Parknageragh, Joe Treacy, Ballymacaquim, John Leen, do, Cornelius Lyons, Laccabeg. They were questioned about the taking of the mailbag but all had to be later released as no evidence could be found against them. Patrick Walsh was the last released.

http://homepage.tinet.ie/~abbeydorney/book/book.html

 

Joseph Tracey, Limerick City

 

Joseph Tracey (4/5/1895-5/11/1968) (son of Stephen Tracey & Mary Anne Dooley) (birth not registered)

labourer, 1950 employed by Limerick Corporation as night watchman, single, living in condemned house 6 Cornmarket Row

Service medal issued 16/2/1950

Joined D Coy 1st Batt May 1915, transferred to 2nd Batt 1916 or 1917, got beat up March 1921 [by Black and Tans], patient City Home & Hospital and Mental Hospital, rejoined IRA 12 October 1921

Private, Irish Volunteers, Mid-Limerick Brigade, 2nd Inf Battalion under Capt Terence Casey

Dail question 24 Dec 1924 by Pádraig MacFhlannchadha

Limerick Union Hospital (11 days) Limerick Asylum (6 months0 discharged as "Improved". Did not go to work until Sep 1923, came to Dublin to work (Marino Clontarf) worked only one day (Mr Kenny) then got a light job in Harcourt Road (Sawmill) 9 weeks and 2 days. Went back to Limerick and didn't do any work since. Small scar on vortex of head. Traumatic Neurasthenia.

"in 1915 he joined and served under Capt James O Donnell B Comp 1st Batt he was out in Kilonan on Easter Sunday 1916...2nd Batt under Capt Michael McCann of A Comp that was about 1917..." Vol Joseph Tydings late of C Comp 2nd Batt Limerick City 18/6/23

 

 

File Reference  MSP34REF12136

Joseph Tracey (4/5/1895-8/11/1968)

98 O'Connell, Limerick, Limerick

6 Cornmarket Row, Limerick, Limerick

8 Bank Place, Limerick, Limerick

Associated files in MSPA  34SP12457; 1P120; 43SA2977

Labourer;

Irish Republican Army,  Private, Mid Limerick Brigade

Army Pensions Act 1923/1953, SPASpecial Allowance (DP file)

Awarded a Special Allowance from 7 November 1951.

Scanned/digital copyMSP34REF12136 Joseph Tracey.pdf
Scanned/digital copy34SP12457 Joseph Tracey.pdf
Scanned/digital copy1P120 Joseph Tracey.pdf
Scanned/digital copy43SA2977 Joseph Tracey.pdf

File dates  18 June 1923 - 9 March 1970

File relates to Joseph Tracey's unsuccessful application for a military service pension in respect of his claimed service with the Irish Volunteers and the IRA from 1 April 1916 and 30 September 1923. File (1P120) relates to Tracey's unsuccessful application for a wound pension or gratuity under the Army Pensions Acts in respect of injuries sustained by him while serving with the IRA. It is claimed that Tracey suffered from a nervous breakdown. Further claimed that Tracey was beaten by members of the British forces in Patrick Street, Limerick and that he spent six months in Limerick Mental Hospital. Applicant received an allowance from the White Cross Association. Reference made to an application for compensation under the Compensation (Personal Injuries) Committee. Also includes claimant's successful application for a Special Allowance. File contains: material concerning his successful application for a Service (1917-1921) Medal without Bar; Medical report on an ex-Irish Volunteer claiming disability in respect of service; medical report on Joseph Tracey; handwritten extract of birth certificate; social welfare reports; material relating to payment of balance of allowance to Limerick Health Authority.

 

 

Joseph Tracey, Mullingar, Westmeath

 

Feb 17, 1917 (WE) Mullingar

UIL branch...Joseph Tracey...

 

Aug 11, 1917 (IT) Volunteers on the March

Three hundred Irish Volunteers were present...when a Sinn Fein Club was formed at Ballinahown, and 150 more marched from Tober to join...Mr. J. Treacy, Secretary...[Westmeath?]

 

Julia Treacy nee Ryan, D Company, 6 Battalion, 1 Tipperary Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Tipperary & Limerick

 

1917-1921 service medal

Julia Treacy nee Ryan

Commonaline, Doon, Limerick

Knockfune, Newport, Tipperary

Date of birth                1903-12-21

Notes            File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and duly awarded medal issued 3 March 1958.

Data Protection Note Open

Organisation                Cumann na mBan

Rank             Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)             Liam Houlihan; William Gleeson; Paddy Ryan

Company      D Company

Unit              6 Battalion

Brigade        1 Tipperary Brigade

Division        3 Southern Division

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD28513

 

Mrs. Tracey, Ballingore, Westmeath

 

Jan 14, 1920 (FJ) Raids for arms

Two houses, the property of Mrs. Tracey, Ballingore, some eight miles from Mullingar, were raided on Sunday night and a gun taken from each...[Westmeath]

 

Margaret Tracy, Straffan, Co. Kildare

 

Addresses:

Straffan, Co. Kildare

Miltown, Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow

Notes: Incomplete application for a Service (1917-1921) Medal. Medal not awarded.

Data Protection: Open

Organisation: None

Medal awarded: None

 

Maggie Treacy, Miss, Lislea Mills, Ballinlee, Co. Longford

 

1922 Membership Lists

"A" Company First District Council Longford Cumann Na mBan (pre Truce) 1st April 1921 & 11th July 1821

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/9/MA-MSPC-CMB-137.pdf

 

Martin Treacy, Welterstown, Nurney, Kildare

 

B Coy [Seven Stars & Kildoon]...Martin Treacy 34/Sp 16140 Welterstown, Nurney, Kildare [1921] F. Company (Monasterevan) [1922]

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs%5Cfiles%5CPDF_Membership%5C8%5CRO%2060%20-%20611%5CMA-MSPC-RO-560.pdf

 

Martin Treacy, Gurteen Company, Mountbellew Battalion, South East Galway Brigade

 

1917-1921 service medal

Martin Treacy

Clough, Gorteen, Ballinasloe, Galway

Date of birth                1902-08-10

Date of death              1989-06-12

Civilian occupation     Farmer;

Notes            File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and duly awarded medal issued 6 May 1977. Associated file DP56948: relates to subject's application for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts in respect of illness, disability or infirmity. Allowance awarded in 1981. File contains correspondence, memoranda, social welfare reports and means assessments.

Data Protection Note Partly closed

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             Section Commander

Commanding Officer(s)             R. Forde; Patrick Reynolds; Timothy Scarry; Martin Leahy

Company      Gurteen Company

Unit              Mountbellew Battalion

Brigade        South East Galway Brigade

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD49785

 

Martin Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Co. Tipperary

 

Tipperary No.1 Brigade (North Tipperary) 2nd Battalion

"A" Company No.2 Section

Denis Treacy, Ballinamoe, Moneygall

"A" Company No.4 Section

Thomas Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall

Martin Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall

B Coy 1st Sec 2nd Batt Tipperary

Cornelius Treacy, Norerore?, Toomevera, Nenagh

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-185.pdf

 

Tipperary I Brigade (North Tipperary)

Second Battalion A Company (Moneygall)

Thomas Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Martin Treacy, Cullenwaine, Moneygall, Cloughjordan

Second Battalion B Company (Toomevara) No.1 Section

Cornelius Treacy, Toomevara, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary

Seventh Battalion A Company (Roscrea)

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

John Treacy (now U.S.A.)

Edward Treacy (now Dublin)

Seventh Battalion B Company (Dunkerrin)

Daniel Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

Denis Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea [written note: MD21339]

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-191.pdf

 

Martin Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary

 

Tipperary No. I Brigade (North Tipperary)

Tipperary No. I Brigade

Second Battalion B Company (Toomvara) 2 July 1922

No.1 Section

Cornelius Treacy, Toomevara Nenagh

Seventh Battalion A Company (Roscrea)

William Treacy, Rosemount, Roscrea

John Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

John Treacy (now U.S.A.)

Truce Men

Martin Treacy, Mountheaton, Roscrea

Seventh Battalion B Company (Dunkerrin)

Daniel Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

Denis Treacy, Rathnavogue, Dunkerrin, Roscrea

John Treacy, Ballywilliam, Shinrone

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-192.pdf

 

Marie Treacy, Miss, Lislea Mills, Ballinlee, Co. Longford

 

1922 Membership Lists

"A" Company First District Council Longford Cumann Na mBan (pre Truce) 1st April 1921 & 11th July 1821

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/9/MA-MSPC-CMB-137.pdf

 

Mary Kate Treacy, Miss, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee, Co. Longford

 

1922 Membership Lists

"A" Company First District Council Longford Cumann Na mBan (pre Truce) 1st April 1921 & 11th July 1821

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/9/MA-MSPC-CMB-137.pdf

 

Mary Treacy, Mrs, Bunlahy Ballinlee, Co. Longford

 

1922 Membership Lists

"A" Company First District Council Longford Cumann Na mBan (pre Truce) 1st April 1921 & 11th July 1821

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/9/MA-MSPC-CMB-137.pdf

 

Mary Anne Treacy, Mrs, nee Meleady. Captain Ballydaly Branch, 1 Brigade Cumann na Mban Offaly

 

1 Brigade Cumann na Mban Offaly (compiled October 1939)

1921-1922

Ballydaly

Captain Mrs Mary Anne Treacy

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/9/MA-MSPC-CMB-25.pdf

 

MSP34REF59520

Mary-Anne Treacy nee Meleady, nurse, of Ballydaly, Tullamore, Offaly

Died 14th April 1978

Associated files

34E5979

MSP34REF18658 (Martin Meleady, brother, Bunsallagh, Croghan.)

Captain 1 Battalion Ballydaly Branch 1 Offaly Brigade Cumann na mBan

Awarded 2 and 4/9 years service for pension purposes in 1942

You joined in 1917 at Ballydaly where you lived. It was 1.5 miles from Tullamore. You were a nurse by profession. You were living at home. You did not get married until 1925. Your mother assisted you. Your elder sister was married and living away from home. The three youngest siters were school-children. You had one brother in the Volunteers.

Mrs John Treacy

Service periods between 1 April 1919 and 31 March 1923 during the War of Independence, the Truce Period and Civil War. Applicant also claimed unsuccessfully for service in the periods between 1 April 1917 and 31 March 1919 and between 31 March 1920 and 30 September 1923. Mary Anne-Treacy (née Meleady) had one brother Martin Meleady (MSP34REF18658) who was active with the IRA and served as Battalion Quartermaster.

Sean McGuinness (MSP34REF4688) described the Meleady family home, which was situated about 1.5 miles from Tullamore, County Offaly, as a “rendezvous for the founders of the IRA movement in North Offaly as well as for the officers, staff and men carrying on the fight from 1916-24”. In the 1918-1919 period, it is stated on file that the applicant Mary-Anne Treacy nursed 1916 Easter Rising veteran Peadar Bracken (MSP34REF25453) for up to two years.

As Captain of the Ballydaly Branch, 1 Battalion, 1 Offaly Brigade, Cumann na mBan, it is stated that the applicant took part in general Cumann na mBan activity in during the War of Independence (January 1919 – July 1921) including: sheltering IRA men on-the-run including Seamus Robinson, Sean Treacy (1D458),, Sean Hogan (MSP34REF375) and Dan Breen (MSP34REF171) for up to one month; making munitions; conveying arms; dispatch-work; bringing food to IRA prisoners in Maryborough Gaol (Portlaoise Prison), County Louth; filling bandoliers with fifty rounds ammunition for Volunteers before attack on Clara RIC Barracks (1920) and handing twenty guns over to Volunteers who were mobilised in expectation of ‘Black and Tan’ (RIC) reprisals following a shooting in Tullamore, County Offaly (1 November 1920).

A trained nurse, Mary-Anne Treacy tended to injured IRA Volunteers such as Bartly Byrne (MSP34REF18550); Sean Robbins for month following his escape from Mountjoy Jail, Dublin and applicant’s brother Martin Meleady (MSP34REF18658) who was injured during an attack on Clara Barracks, County Offaly (1920). The applicant’s brother Martin Meleady (MSP34REF18658) wrote in a reference statement [1940] that: “On one occasion, a dump was found near the house by a man who was not to be trusted. I had to get a car to take them away and by the time I got back, [my sister] had them taken to a safe place and helped Clarke, Brennan and myself to load them”. During the Truce period (July 1921 – June 1922), the applicant states helped provide food to an IRA training camp in Ballydaly, County Offaly for six months. Taking the anti-Treaty side in the Civil War (June 1922 – May 1923), the applicant states that she took part in similar activity. Mary-Anne Treacy married her husband in 1925.

File includes signed handwritten and typed statements regarding subject's service from Michael Kilroy (Undated); P. Egan (Undated); Bartly Byrne (1940); Michael Gavin (1940); James Clarke (1940); Sean Robbins (1940); Sean McGuinness (1940); Martin Meleady (Undated); Peadar Bracken (1940); Michael Killeavey [1940]; Michael Galvin [1940] and Mary J Poland (1941). Representations were made on behalf of the subject by Nicholas Egan TD (1961) and Ber Cowen TD (1978). Also contains a typed summary and sworn statement made by the applicant before the Advisory Committee on 25 April 1941.

MSP34REF59520 Mary Anne Treacy.pdf

34E5979 Mary Anne Treacy.pdf

 

Maurice Treacy, Killahan, O'Dornet, Co. Kerry

 

1920 [1935] Kerry 1 Brigade, 2nd Battalion, 1st Southern Division

Abbeydorney 1st Lieut Joe Tracey Ballymacandrew Ardfert, Co. Kerry

Abbeydorney F Coy 2nd Batt Kerry D.J. Treacy

Coy Officiers on July 1st 1922 O'Dormey 1st Lieut D.J. Tracy

Officiers & men of F Coy 2nd Batt Kerry -

Adjt Denis Joe Treacy Ballinorig Ardvert {interned at Currach 1928}

Jack Treacy, Guarda, Co. Limerick

Maurice Treacy, Killahan, O'Dornet, Co. Kerry

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs%5Cfiles%5CPDF_Membership%5C8%5CRO1%20-%20150%5CMA-MSPC-RO-90.pdf

 

Michael Tracy, of Killeshandra, Co. Cavan

 

6 November 1920 (AC) Raids and Arrests in Killeshandra

...The following young men were arrested and brought to the barracks and searched:-...Michael Tracy, Patrick Donohoe, Flaugh;...[Feaugh]

 

Michael Tracey; 23; I.M. 1889, Pte, Engineers, home address: Drumcearey, Losset, 23221 Pay no: 06394, Joined: 28/3/22 Ballinagh, single, RC, Next of kin: brother, Next of kin: Mr. John Tracey, Drumcarey, losset [Cavan?].; Custume Barracks (Westmeath); download file

 

1917-1921 Medal application Michael Tracey, Baldonnel Dublin and Drumcarey Losset Cavan

Michael Tracey

Addresses:

Maintenance Unit, Baldonnel, Dublin

Drumcarey, Losset Post Office, Cavan

Notes: File relates to unsuccessful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Medal not awarded.

Data Protection Note: Open

Organisation: None

National Army Service Number: 65391

Medal awarded: None

File Reference: MD5485

 

Michael Tracey, Athenry, Co. Galway

 

Jun 10, 1916 (IT) Prisoners Deported

...100 prisoners had been removed from Richmond Barracks, Dublin and lodged in Wakefield Detention Barracks...M. Tracey, Athenry [Galway] [interned in Frongoch Camp, Wales 1916]

 

Newcastle Company 3rd Batt (Claregalway) No. 4 Brigade (Tuam) 2nd Western Division 1st July 1922

Volunteers...

Joseph Treacy, U.S.A.

Patrick Treacy, U.S.A.

Monivea Company 3rd Batt (Claregalway) No. 4 Brigade (Tuam) 2nd Western Division 1st July 1922

Volunteers...

John Treacy, Monivea, Athenry

Michael Treacy, Monivea, Athenry

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-274A.pdf

 

 

Pension Application - File Reference 24SP3255
Michael Treacy (1883-4 October 1967), Blackpark, Athenry, County Galway

Other addresses: St. Brendan's Home, Loughrea, Co. Galway.

Date of birth   1883

Date of death 1967-10-04
Associated files in MSPA 24A1288; Related files 35156 (subject's National Army service number);
Civilian occupation: Farm Labourer;

Easter rising service: Yes. Easter rising location/place: Agricultural Station, Athenry, County Galway; Moyode, County Galway; Limepark, County Galway
Volunteer, Irish Volunteers, Athenry Company, Galway Brigade. Commanding Officer(s) Frank Hynes
Private, Irish Republican Army, Athenry Company, National Army Service Number 35156. Commanding Officer(s) Stephen Jordan; Christopher Barrett
Private, Óglaigh na hÉireann/National Forces, 30 Battalion, 1 Western Division, A Company, National Army Service Number 35156
Awarded pension under Military Service Pensions Acts 1924, Grade A Notes Awarded 9 and 131/274 years service for pension purposes
Scanned/digital copyW24SP3255MICHAELTREACY.pdf
Scanned/digital copyW24A1288MICHAELTREACY.pdf

File dates 4 December 1925 - 15 January 1971
Subject Information: File relates to Michael Treacey's receipt of a military service pension in respect of his service with the Irish Volunteers during the week of 23 to 29 April 1916, his subsequent internment until December of that year, his service with the IRA during the War of Independence in 1920 and 1921 - claims to have participated in raid for supplies at Athenry Railway Station in 1920 and blocked roads during attacks on RIC barracks at Moyvilla and Bookeen - and with the National Army during the Civil War in 1922 and 1923 in counties Galway and Cork. Michael Treacey left the Defence Forces in March 1924 having served at the rank of Private. File contains: signed statements regarding claimant from Francis Curran and Sean Broderick T.D.; handwritten notes of evidence given by subject before the Board of Assessors, Military Service Pensions Act, 1924; and material relating to administration of claimant's pension.

Ref: http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/detail.aspx?parentpriref=#sthash.Hgls9LPJ.dpuf

 

 

Michael Treacy. Volunteer, Athenry Company, Galway Brigade, Irish Volunteers. Born in 1883 died on the 4th of October 1967, aged about 33 years old during the Rising. Fought at the Agricultural Station Athenry, Moyode and Limepark County Galway.  He was arrested after the Rising and deported being released in December 1916. He fought during the War of Independence and participated in raids for supplies at Athenry Railway Station in 1920 and blocked roads during attacks on RIC barracks at Moyvilla and Bookeen. He served with the National Army during the Civil War in 1922 and 1923 in counties Galway and Cork. He left the Defence Forces in March 1924 having served at the rank of Private, Army Service Number 35156.

http://www.irishmedals.org/galway.html

 

1922 Army Census

Michael Treacy; 36; Pte, home address: Backpack, Esker, Athenry, Co. Galway, 35156 pay no: 10769, Joined: 4/7/22 Craghwell, single, RC, Next of kin: father, Next of kin: Mr. Bart Treacy (same address); Buttevant (Cork); download file

 

Michael and Seán (John) Tracey, of Ballinalee and Charlie Treacy of Aughagreagh, Co. Longford

 

n-longford-flying-column-010521.jpg

 

Michael Tracey, North Longford Flying Column

 

The North Longford Flying Column on Crott Mountain, 1 May 1921, following an ambush at Reilly’s house at Fyhora, in which two B&Ts were killed.

 

Rear L-R: Frank Davis, John (Bun) McDowell, Seamus McKeon (bro. of Gen Sean McKeon), Michael Tracey, Paddy Lynch, Tom Reilly, James (Nap) Farrelly, Frank Gormley, Hugh Hourican.

 

Front L-R: Kiernan (not a member of the column but ‘on the run’ & staying at Reilly’s house), Pat Cooke, Paddy (Bug) Callaghan, Tom Brady, Tom Reddington (Brigade O/C)

 

This photograph comes from Margaret McGuinness’ photostream on Flicker.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/margaretmcguinness/2395380431/

 

 

Irish republican, John Joseph McKeon was born at Bunlahy, Granard, Co. Longford on 30th September 1893, eldest child of Andrew MacEoin or McKeon, a blacksmith, and Catherine, née Treacy, of Ballinglough, Co. Longford.

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography 2004

http://www.ucd.ie/archives/html/collections/maceoin-sean.htm

 

A Company was now formed in Ballinalee; - organisation was on a parish basis. After this section parades took place, and someone capable of giving instruction went round to the different section parades. There were no activities by the Volunteers during the McGuinness election. Either Seán MacEoin or Seán Connolly was 0/C of the Ballinalee Company. There was also the nucleus of a Battalion organisation existing. There were no arms at this period. Amongst the members were; Seán Sexton, Pat Farrell, Peter McGrath, Peter Collins, Ned Tynan, Seán and Michael Tracey, Joe Keenan, Michael MacEoin and later Jimmie MacEoin and several others.

[1917] Seán Connolly was Battalion O/C, Hugh Hourican was 0/C Ballinalee Company, I was the second in command, Michael Tracey 1st Lieutenant and I think Ned Tynan 2nd Lieutenant. M.F. Reynolds was 0/C Killoe Company, J.J. Brady - Ballinamuck, Peter Monaghan - Granard and Pat Langan - Edgeworthstown, with J.J. Killeen in charge of the Streete and Rathowen sections.

On the 1st November 1920 the Active Service or Flying Column was officially formed, and was commanded by Seán MacEojn. I think I was second iii command. The column consisted of Seán and Michael MacEoin, Seán Sexton, Frank Davis, The "Bun" McDowell, Michael Kenny, Hugh Hourican, Michael Mulligan, Larry Geraghty, Pat Cooke, Tom Brady, Michael Tracey, James Farrelly, John Moore, Paddy Lynch, Seán Lynch, M.F. Reynolds, Seán Duffy, J.J. Brady, Paddy Callaghan, Ned Tynan, Tom Early, Frank Gormley and Michael Gormley, Jack Hughes, Pat Finnegan, Barney Kilbride, James Sheeran, Frank Reilly, Frank Martin and some others.

Witness: Seamus Conway, Commandant Flying Column, IRA, Longford, 1921

 

[1920] Seán Tracey, 1st Lieutenant of Ballinalee Company and I were raiding for arms in the Ballinalee District.

Witness: Francis Davis, Captain IV and IRA, Longford, 1921

 

I was born in my grandfather's house, John Treacy's, Ballinlough, Ballinalee, County Longford, on the 30th day of September, 1893. My father, Andrew MacEoin, was the fourth eldest of a family of seven, five sons and two daughters. He was born in Molly, Aughnacliffe, County Longford, in the parish of Columbkille, and my mother, Katherine, was the youngest daughter of John Treacy's second marriage.

The MacEoin family had been blacksmiths for generations, having, at the same time, three little farms on the hill of Molly. The Treacys have had fairly large farms in the parish of Granard for several generations. I have never traced the ancestry on either side, but it suffices to say that the Treacys of the parish of Granard are a numerous clan to-day, while the MacEoins in Columbkille are just as numerous.

...Then I would repeat some of Tommy's story to Joe Dowling, and he would give me another version of the story, so I would have to come home to get the matter decided, and would tell my mother or father. They would smile, and a story would be told to me of some part either a Treacy or a MacEoin had taken in some of these struggles. One story in particular comes back vividly to me as I write, told me by my mother - that when the French landed at Killala and came on to Ballinamuck, some of the Treacy boys went to meet them and every day they were expected to pass victoriously through Bunlahy. A brother waiting at home so expecting every day, saw a body of horsemen riding into the village and ran out with his pike to meet them and welcome them, but, alas, they were English, and he was put to death at the big tree of Bunlahy. I have never questioned the accuracy of this story, and I don't know what truth there was in it, but it left me thinking that Tommy Kenny was the hero, and he continued to tell me what I now know to be fantastic stories of all the struggles in which he took part against the British.

...In 1917, a Circle of the I.R.B. was formed in Clonbroney, and consisted of Seán Connolly, Seán Duffy, Joe Keenan, Ned Tynan, Jimmy Tynan, Joe Tynan, John Treacy, Sonny Greer, James J.  Killeen, and myself. The first official inspection of that Girdle was by Tomás Ashe.

...[drying gelignite]...we got an oats kiln belonging to Cornelius Treacy [of Lislea, Longford?]...

...I reported to Collins, and I got a very severe cross-examination and interrogation as to the reasons for the shooting in the Granard hotel, and the necessity for it. He complained bitterly of the inadequacy of my reports, to which I replied that, if I undertook to fight, I did not undertake to write. He there and then decided to appoint a certain person as a sort of publicity manager or liaison officer. (All that I will say about this man's appointment was that, when he reported for duty, we fed him on bacon and eggs for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and that he succeeded in lasting only three days in the country. The billet in Charlie Treacy's, Aughagreagh, was too much for him).

...At Christmas of 1920, Seán Connolly and Bill Doherty of Roscommon (Commandanatnt of the Elphin Battalion) reported to me at our headquarters at Aughagreagh - Charlie Treacy's.

..."My dear friend: This may be the last opportunity I will get of writing to you. I want you to say good-bye to all my boys - Mick Heslin, Tom Reddington, Ned Cooney, M.F. Reynolds of Killoe, M. Mulligan, Paddy O'Callaghan, Sean Tracey, P.J. Finnigan, Jim Conway - I may quit; I cannot name them all ..."

Witness: Sean MacEoin, OC Longford Brigade IRA, 1921; Member Dail Eireann, 1929; Cabinet Minister, 1948

 

1925 Treacy, Michael, Ballinalee, Longford.

1 and 4 Battalions, Longford Brigade.

Handwritten statement of service and typescript copy of particulars provided by MacEoin. 1p

1133 Sean MacEoin Papers (held at UCD)

 

Midlands Division Longford Brigade 1st Battalion

A Coy 1st Batt Longford Brigrade (Clonbroney Coy) Pre Truce

1st Lieut John Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee [written note: attached to column]

Ml Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee

Chas Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee [written note: MD/49046]

"B" Coy 1st Batt Longford Brigade Post Truce

Chas Treacy, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee

Columkille Coy ("B") 1st Batt Longford Brigade

Chas Treacy, Dernavogey, Aughnacliffe

Thos Treacy, Dernavogey, Aughnacliffe

"D" Coy 1st Batt Longford Brigade (Pre Truce)

Chas Treacy, Aughakilimore, Ballinalee [written note: MD/49449]

Thos Treacy, Aughakilimore, Ballinalee (U.S.A.)

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-576.pdf

 

Longford Brigade G.H.Q. Midlands Division

List of Officers attached to Column on July 11th 1921

1st Batt "A" Coy

John Treacy 1st Lt

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-575.pdf

 

Mick Treacy of Dublin GAA?

 

Mick Treacy [Dublin GAA?] to Harry Bolland, 14 Oct. 1916 (paragraph in family letter). Treacy claimed to be 'in great form at "Drumcollogher" ' [Limerick].

Fitzpatrick, David (2004) Harry Boland's Irish Revolution. Cork University Press.

 

Michael Treacy of Dublin

 

Feb 9, 1923 (FJ) Raiders found Quilty

...Michael Treacy...The White House, The Ward, Co. Dublin...that they were Republicans...

Feb 9, 1923, Feb 13, 1923 & Feb 17, 1923 (IT) Armed Robbers. Dublin Men get "Cat" and Seven Years.

Michael Treacy...of Joseph Crawley, the Ward, Co. Dublin...They had received one from the M.G.W.R. with reference to Treacy...The prisoner Treacy said that he was employed on the M.G.W.R. until two o'clock on the day of his arrest...being only 21 [years old]...

 

Michael Treacy, Larraghmore, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

 

1st Western Division, North Galway Brigade, 1st (Tuam) Battalion

Tuam Company (B) for July 1921

(Men) John Treacy, Bishop St, Tuam (Sec. Com.) now U.S.A.

Tuam Company 1st Batt North Galwat Brigade I.R.A.

Volunteers

John Treacy U.S.A.

Officers and men of Abbey/Abbeyknockmoy Co I.R.A. on 11th July 1921

Peter Treacy, Chapel road, Dereen, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

Michael Treacy, Larraghmore, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

1st Battalion Tuam Brigade 11 July 1921

Men of the Flying Column

P. Treacy, Kiltullagh, Glennamaddy

J. Treacy, Cashel, Dunmore

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-239.pdf

 

Michael Treacy, North Galway Brigade

 

1917-1921 service medal

Michael Treacy

Imanemore, Barnaderg, Galway

Date of birth                1900-03-23

Civilian occupation     Farmer;

Notes            File relates to unsuccessful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service not established and medal not awarded (1962). Subject claimed membership of North Galway Brigade of the Irish Republican Army. Associated file DP33314: relates to subject's application for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts in respect of illness, disability or infirmity. Application rejected as subject did not hold a duly awarded medal. File contains correspondence and memoranda.

Data Protection Note Open

Organisation                None

Medal awarded           None

File Reference             MD38830

 

Michael Treacy, Gowran Brigade, of Kilkenny & Dublin

 

1917-1921 service medal

Michael Treacy

c/o St. Vincent de Paul, Back Lane, Dublin 8

Dalton's Mills, Gowran, Kilkenny

Date of birth                1897-07-18

Notes            File relates to unsuccessful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Claim not verified and application rejected (1973). Subject claimed membership of the Irish Republican Army in Gowran, county Kilkenny.

Data Protection Note Open

Organisation                None

Medal awarded           None

File Reference             MD48625

 

Nora Treacy, Correal, Athleague, Roscommon

Mrs. Nora Igoe [nee Treacy], Goff St. Roscommon.

 

Roscommon District Council

Members of Old Cumann na mBan

South Roscommon

Secretary. Mrs. Nora Igoe, Goff St. Roscommon. (formerly N. Tracey Athleague).[signature]

Athleague Branch

11 July 1921

Captain Mrs[?] Nora Treacy, Correal, Athleague, Roscommon

Secretary Miss Nora Treacy

1 July 1922

Captain Miss Nora Treacy

Athleague

Capt Miss Nora Treacy, Correal, Athleague, Roscommon.

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs%5Cfiles%5CPDF_Membership%5C9%5CMA-MSPC-CMB-41.pdf

 

Patrick Treacy, Scariff Company, 4 Battalion, East Clare Brigade

 

1917-1921 service medal

Patrick Treacy

Tuamgraney, Clare

Date of birth                1897-08-29

Date of death              1962-11-12

Civilian occupation     Labourer (Clare County Council);

Notes            File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and duly awarded medal issued 13 January 1960. Associated file DP32610: relates to subject's application for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts. Allowance awarded 1960.

Data Protection Note Open

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)             Michael Brennan; Sean O'Halloran; Daniel Flannery

Company      Scariff Company

Unit              4 Battalion

Brigade        East Clare Brigade

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD28514

 

Cannon [Patrick] Tracey of Crookstown, Co. Cork

 

“However it is believed that Collins was expected at the house of Cannon [Patrick] Tracey of Crookstown during his last visit (to Cork). The reason for the visit, it is said, was to make contact with intermediaries (for peace)…A stop at Crookstown would explain the seemingly inexplicably circuitous Bael na mBlath route back from Cork from Bandon which Collins took.” Reference: Garda Hickey articles Limerick Weekly Echo 26/8/1972 to 16/9/1972.

“The area is so small that Cannon Tracey, who was also parish priest of the Bael na mBlath district, subsequently wrote: ‘It was my misfortune to be listening to the dreadful firing when Michael Collins was done to death.’” (22nd August 1922)

Coogan, Tim Pat (1990) Michael Collins a biography. Random Century, London. p.405-6, 412

 

14 September 1927 Typescript copy of a letter from P. Treacy P.P., to the editor, Cork Examiner, referring to a recent speech by Canon Cohalan in Bandon, reported in the newspaper. Treacy, the parish priest of the Béal na mBláth district, supports Cohalan’s contention that de Valera was in the area the day before the death of Collins.

‘In the morning of the day of the murder he was seen superintending the arrangements, and about mid-day motored back to Ballyvourney’.

2pp

1841 Sean MacEoin Papers (held at UCD)

 

Paddy Tracey, of Kanturk, Co. Cork

 

The Boherbue Company of the Irish Volunteers was started at a meeting held in Boherbue on 15th August, 1915. I had attended a meeting in Kanturk and I had invited Denis Lyons, John O'Connell, Jim Leonard and Paddy Tracey to come to a meeting in Boherbue.

Witness: Christopher O'Sullivan, Lieutenant IV, Cork, 1916

 

Patrick Tracey of Kanturk Cork, 22 Aug 1921 Internment camps & prisons, K.B. no. 325, approved internees for Cork Male Gaol to Spike Island, 18 Jul 1921 approved for internment, Internment order 726 age 30 years [line through information]  discharged 13/8/21 under C.A. 693 9/9/21 Released has signed bond

 

 

Patrick Treacy, Kanturk, Co. Cork2.jpg

To Patrick Treacy, Kanturk, Co. Cork.

1917-1921 War of Independence Service Medal

 

 

Patrick Treacy, Kanturk, Co. Cork.jpg

1939-46 Emergency Service medal with one bar, issued for Caomhnoiri Aitiula (Local Security Force) service.

 

 

Patrick Tracy of Dublin

 

“A network was set up so that Broy could pass messages to Collins undetected and vice versa. At Kingsbridge Station there was Pat Treacy, a relation of Broy’s.” In 1918, Broy became Michael Collins main inside man within the British Intelligence.

Coogan, Tim Pat (1990) Michael Collins a biography. Random Century, London. p.79

Ned Broy...his cousin, Patrick Tracy, a clerk at Kingsbridge railway station...

Dwyer, T. Ryle (2005) The Squad: And the Intelligence Operations of Michael Collins. Mercier Press, Dublin.

10 August 1926 Cork Examiner

Michael Collins...Pat Treacy, who was employed at Kingsbridge. Treacy used to bring Broy's messages to the rianra bans' Sep. Shortly after this, ...

 

...Then I thought of a Sinn Féiner who was married to a first cousin of mine. His name was Patrick Tracy and he was employed as a clerk at Kingsbridge railway terminus. I had a talk with Tracy, and he agreed to transfer any information I wanted transferred. He also agreed that O'Hanrahan's shop was ideal for the purpose.

The first items I reported, through Tracy, to O'Hanrahan's ware the projected arrests of Larry Ginnell and Joe WcDonagh. I told Tracy to tell O'Hanrahan that no

information was to come back to me. From that on, every secret and confidential document, police code, etc. That came to my hands was sent, through Tracy and O'Hanrahan, to the Volunteer headquarters. I knew nothing at all at this time about Michael Collins.

...I gave Tracy a copy of the complete list on the Wednesday forty-eight hours before the arrests took place. I met him in a public house in Benburb St. I got Tracy to copy the particulars in his handwriting, destroyed mine there and then, and instructed Tracy that, in the usual manner, he should get O'Hanrahan to copy them and destroy his own handwriting.

...The following morning was a Saturday and in the ordinary way, Tracy would go off duty at 1 p.m. I went to his house in the afternoon and found that, as had frequently happened in the past, he had taken advantage of his free railway travelling facilities to go to his people-in-law's place in Monasterevan.

... At Tracy's house, Millmount Avenue, Drumcondra...

WS Ref #: 1280 , Witness: Eamon Broy, IRA Intelligence Agent in British Police, Dublin Castle. pp70-74

 

Patrick Treacy, Captain, Kiltullagh, Glenamaddy, Co. Galway

 

Patrick Treacy, Kiltullagh, Glenamaddy, Co. Galway... I was born on the 29th October, 1899, at Kiltullagh, Glenamaddy, and educated at Kilkerrin Monastery, which was then, and is now, conducted by the Franciscan Brothers... Patrick Treacy, Capt., Glenamaddy Coy., Glenamaddy Battn. afterwards Adjt., Glenamaddy Battn.

 

 

Bureau of Military History (1913-1921) - Witness Statements

Patrick Treacy

Address: Kiltullagh, Glenamaddy, Co. Galway

W/S No: 1425

Position: Company Captain. Battalion Adjutant.

Witness Statement

 

 

 

 

No.2 Brigade (Castlerea) 2nd Western Division 4.2.22

Company Officiers of 1st Battalion (Gelenamaddy)

Company A. Dunmore...1st Lieut Joe Treacey...

Officiers - 1st Battalion No.2 Brigade

Adjutant Pat Treacey

Glenamaddy Battn Coy I Glenamaddy Captain P. Treacy, 74 men 4.2.'22  - 25 men June '22

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-263.pdf

 

2nd Western Division, II Brigade (Castlerea) Flying Columns

Second Battalion - Tuam Brigade 11 July 1921

Men of the Flying Column

P. Treacy, Kiltullagh, Glennamaddy

J. Treacy, Cashel, Dunmore.

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-264.pdf

 

2nd Wetern Division II Brigade *Castlerea) 1st (Glenamaddy) Battalion

Company Officiers of 1st Battalion (Glenamaddy)

A. Dunmore, Joe Treacy 1st Lieut

Officiers - 1st Battalion No.2 Brigade

Adjutant Pat Treacey

Glenamaddy Battn

I. Glenamaddy Pat Treacy captain to 11 July 1921

I. Company Volunteers both dates

Tom Treacy Kiltulla Kilkerrin in U.S.A.

First Battalion Staff, No.2 Brigade, 2nd Western Division July 1st 1922

Adjt P. Treacy, Kiltullagh, Glennamaddy

"A" Company first period and second period

Joseph Treacy (Lieut.) Castle/Castlefarm Dunmore

The names of the men & officers for July 1922

P. Treacy, Kiltullo, Kilkerrin Ballinasloe in Btt Staff

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-261.pdf

 

1st Western Division, North Galway Brigade, 1st (Tuam) Battalion

Tuam Company (B) for July 1921

(Men) John Treacy, Bishop St, Tuam (Sec. Com.) now U.S.A.

Tuam Company 1st Batt North Galwat Brigade I.R.A.

Volunteers

John Treacy U.S.A.

Officers and men of Abbey/Abbeyknockmoy Co I.R.A. on 11th July 1921

Peter Treacy, Chapel road, Dereen, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

Michael Treacy, Larraghmore, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

1st Battalion Tuam Brigade 11 July 1921

Men of the Flying Column

P. Treacy, Kiltullagh, Glennamaddy

J. Treacy, Cashel, Dunmore

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-239.pdf

 

2nd Western Division II Brigade (Caslerea)

Second Battalion - Tuam Brigade 11th July 1921

Men of the Flying Column

P. Treacy, Kiltullagh, Glenamaddy

J. Treacy, Cashel, Dunmore

Duty from time to time with column

Company Officers of 1st Battn Glenamaddy

Dunmore Company Joe Treacy 1st Lieut

Officers 1st Batalion, No.2 Brigade

Adjutant Pat Treacey

Glenamaddy Batt, Glenamaddy Company, P. Treacy Captain

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-260.pdf

 

Ref:

Conor McNamara (2018) War and Revolution in the West of Ireland: Galway, 1913–1922. Irish Academic Press.

 

Patrick Treacy, private, (Newcastle Athenry) Company, 4 Battalion, 1 Western Brigade, of Galway, USA & Dublin

 

Newcastle Company 3rd Batt (Claregalway) No. 4 Brigade (Tuam) 2nd Western Division 1st July 1922

Volunteers...

Joseph Treacy, U.S.A.

Patrick Treacy, U.S.A.

Monivea Company 3rd Batt (Claregalway) No. 4 Brigade (Tuam) 2nd Western Division 1st July 1922

Volunteers...

John Treacy, Monivea, Athenry

Michael Treacy, Monivea, Athenry

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-274A.pdf

 

1917-1921 service medal

Patrick Treacy

St. Vincent de Paul Hostel, Back Lane, Dublin 8

Ballyboggin, Athenry, Galway

Date of birth        1892

Civilian occupation        Unknown;

Notes                   File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and a duly awarded medal issued on 12 June 1973.

Data Protection Note    Open

Organisation        Irish Volunteers

Rank                    Private

Commanding Officer(s)            John Gardiner

Company             (Newcastle Athenry) Company

Unit                     4 Battalion

Brigade                1 Western Brigade

File Reference     MD48682

 

Patrick Treacy, Carlow Brigade, of Kildare

 

1917-1921 service medal

Patrick Treacy

Woodland, Castledermot, Kildare

Corbally, Castledermot, Kildare

Date of birth        1894-01-12

Notes                   File relates to unsuccessful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Claim not verified and application rejected (1964). Subject claimed membership of the Irish Republican Army in county Carlow. Associated file DP39191: relates to subject's application for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts in respect of illness, disability or infirmity. Application rejected in 1965 as subject did not hold a Service (1917-1921) Medal.

Data Protection Note    Open

Organisation        None

Medal awarded   None

File Reference     MD41330

 

Patrick Tracey, Ballymore Eustace, Kildare

 

1917-1921 Application for a Service Medal

Patrick Tracey,

Ballymore Eustace, Kildare

Notes: File relates to an unsuccessful application for a Service (1917-1921) Medal. Service not established. No medal awarded. Subject claimed service with Kildare Brigade Fianna Éireann.

Data Protection Note    Open

Organisation        None

Medal awarded   None

File Reference     MD26568

 

Patrick Treacy, Doon Company, 1 Battalion, East Limerick Brigade, 2 Southern Division

 

1917-1921 service medal

Patrick Treacy

Addresses

Gurtavalla, Doon, Limerick

Glengar, Doon, Limerick

Notes                   File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and medal issued 16 July 1952.

Data Protection Note    Open

Organisation        Irish Republican Army

Rank                    Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)            D. Hannigan; Daniel Allis; Michael Ryan

Company             Doon Company

Unit                     1 Battalion

Brigade                East Limerick Brigade

Division               2 Southern Division

Medal awarded   Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference     MD11261

 

Patrick Treacy [of Limerick?]

 

7720108860_df3117bbc2_c.jpg

1st armed man left hand side outside Glentworth hotel [Limerick] possibly Mar 1922 [Photograph]

http://www.flickr.com/photos/81374096@N05/7720108860/in/photostream

 

Patrick Tracey, Kilbeggan Company, 1 Battalion, 1 Offaly Brigade, 3 Southern Division, of Horseleap Westmeath & 152 Mount Pleasant Buildings Ranelagh Dublin

 

1917-1921 Service Medal

Patrick Tracey

Addresses

152 Mount Pleasant Buildings, Ranelagh, Dublin

Horseleap Westmeath

Date of birth: 1898-10-24

Notes: File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and duly awarded medal issued 27 June 1964.

Data Protection Note: Open

Organisation: Irish Republican Army

Rank: Unknown

Commanding Officer(s): James Hayes; Sean McGuinness; James Clavin

Company: Kilbeggan Company

Unit: 1 Battalion

Brigade: 1 Offaly Brigade

Division: 3 Southern Division

Medal awarded: Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference: MD28709

 

Patrick Treacy, Cloonmore, Knockcroghery, Co. Roscommon

 

1st Western Division

South Roscommon Brigade

3rd Battalion

Roscommon Battn Staff - July 1821

Engineer Patk Tracey, Cloonmore, Knockroghery, Roscommon.

A Company 3rd Battalion South Roscommon Brigade

John Treacy, Ballinturly, Athleague, Roscommon.

Patrick Treacy, U.S.A.

C Company Kilteevan South Roscommon Brigade

Patrick Treacy, Cloonmore, Knockcroghery,

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-244.pdf

 

2nd Western Divison

III Brigade (South Roscommon)

3rd (Roscommon Battalion

Roscommon Battn Staff - July 1921

Engr. Patk Tracey, Clooncore, Knockeroghery

Kilteevan Company 3rd Battalion 1st July 1922

Patrick Treacy, Cloonmore, Knockenoghery [Knockcroghery Co. Roscommon]

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-268.pdf

 

Patrick Treacy, U.S.A. [Ballinturly, Athleague, Roscommon.]

 

1st Western Division

South Roscommon Brigade

3rd Battalion

Roscommon Battn Staff - July 1821

Engineer Patk Tracey, Cloonmore, Knockroghery, Roscommon.

A Company 3rd Battalion South Roscommon Brigade

John Treacy, Ballinturly, Athleague, Roscommon.

Patrick Treacy, U.S.A.

C Company Kilteevan South Roscommon Brigade

Patrick Treacy, Cloonmore, Knockcroghery,

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-244.pdf

 

Prosecution of Patrick Treacy; IRA Officer; 10th May, 1921; Ballinturly, county Roscommon; recommended for internment. WO 35/131/47

 

Patrick Tracy, of Ballinturly Co, Roscommon, 06 Sep 1921 Internment camps & prison, 1028 Pat Treacy ln batch 118/0601 I.O Dh granted shortly

Patrick Tracy, of Ballinturly Co, Roscommon, 09 Dec 1921 Internment camps & prisons 9.12.21, serial no.1028 no. c/108

 

Paddy Treacy was arrested in May 1916 but avoided jail at that time because of his youth. He was arrested again in May 1921  and interned in the Curragh until after the signing of the Treaty in 1921. In 1922 he immigrated to the USA.

Ballinturly: The Story of a Roscommon Townland and Its People by Anne Treacy (2018) p.104&105

 

 

Patrick Treacy, Borrisoleigh Company, 3 Battalion Tipperary, of Borrisoleigh, Tipperary & Fairview Dublin & Portobello Barracks Dublin

 

1917-1921 service medal

Patrick Treacy

Addresses:

Curraghgloss, Borrisoleigh, Tipperary

5 Inverness Road, Fairview, Dublin

2 Maintanence Coy, Corp of Engineers, Portobello Barracks, Dublin

Notes: File relates to successful application for service (1917-1921) medal. Service certified and medal issued 1943.

Data Protection Note    Open

Organisation Irish Republican Army

Rank: Unknown

Commanding Officer(s): Jerry Ryan, James Stapleton

Company: Borrisoleigh Company

Unit: 3 Battalion

Brigade: Tipperary

Medal awarded: Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference: MD1613

 

Patrick S. Treacy, formerly of 3rd Batt, Nth Wexford Brigade I.R.A [Patrick Sydney Treacy born 1900 Innishmacsaint Fermanagh]

 

Oct 31, 1954 (SI) & Nov 1, 1954 (II) Deaths

Treacy (Coolgreaney) October 30 1954 at his residence Coolgreaney, Inch, Co. Wexford, Patrick S. Treacy, formerly of 3rd Batt, Nth Wexford Brigade I.R.A.; deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife relatives and friends. RIP. Remains leaving house this (Sunday) evening to-morrow (Monday) at 3 o'c to Ballyfad Cemetery.

 

Patrick Treacy & Robert Tracey, langanne, Foulksmills, Co. Wexford

 

2nd Battalion, South Wexford Brigade, 3rd. Eastern Division

Combined Newbawn & Clongeen Companies July 1922

Pat Treacy, Langanne, Foulksmills, Co. Wexford

Robt. Tracey, langanne, Foulksmills, Co. Wexford

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs%5Cfiles%5CPDF_Membership%5C8%5CRO%2060%20-%20611%5CMA-MSPC-RO-548.pdf [page 18]

 

Peter Treacy, Chapel road, Dereen, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

 

1st Western Division, North Galway Brigade, 1st (Tuam) Battalion

Tuam Company (B) for July 1921

(Men) John Treacy, Bishop St, Tuam (Sec. Com.) now U.S.A.

Tuam Company 1st Batt North Galwat Brigade I.R.A.

Volunteers

John Treacy U.S.A.

Officers and men of Abbey/Abbeyknockmoy Co I.R.A. on 11th July 1921

Peter Treacy, Chapel road, Dereen, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

Michael Treacy, Larraghmore, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway

1st Battalion Tuam Brigade 11 July 1921

Men of the Flying Column

P. Treacy, Kiltullagh, Glennamaddy

J. Treacy, Cashel, Dunmore

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/8/RO%2060%20-%20611/MA-MSPC-RO-239.pdf

 

Peter Treacy of Drogheda, Co. Louth

 

14th August 1922 Dundalk Jail Register – Transcript of Rescued Prisoners

516 Peter Treacy, 18 years, 5' 9¼", Fr hair, Bl eyes, Sallow complexion, Refused to be examined for marks on body, Refused to be weighed, born Drogheda, lived Drogheda, Father - Peter S/A, occupation Egg Packer, Single, R.C., Read & Write, committal 1/8/22, Detained in Military Custody, 1st Eastern Division, Drogheda, To be detained until further orders.

http://www.louthcoco.ie/en/Services/Archives/Archive_Collections/Archives_relating_to_development_of_County_Louth/PP00011-Transcript-of-Released-Prisoners-from-Dundalk-Jail-Register-14th-August-1922.pdf

 

Richard Treacy, D Company, 3 Battalion, Kilkenny Brigade, 2 Southern Division

 

1917-1921 service medal

Richard Treacy

Addresses:

Donaguile, Castlecomer, Kilkenny

Kilkenny Street, Castlecomer, Kilkenny

Date of birth                1895-01-27

Date of death              1968-07-04

Civilian occupation     Labourer;

Notes            File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application. Service certified and medal issued 14 December 1954. Medal later deemed to have been duly awarded. Duly awarded certificate signed 24 November 1965. Associated file DP41904 : : File relates to successful application by subject for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Act. Allowance awarded in 1965. File includes: social welfare reports, signed statements regarding application for said allowance, reports regarding the means and level of income of subject and sanctions granting payment of allowance.

Data Protection Note Partly closed

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)             Thomas Treacy; Gerald Brennan; John Corcoran

Company      D Company

Unit              3 Battalion

Brigade        Kilkenny Brigade

Division        2 Southern Division

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD22320

 

Richard Treacy of Bishopswood, Co. Tipperary

 

June 23 1919 The New York Call

...Long list of political prisoners thrown into cells because they dared to oppose suppression of free speech is made public by friends here...September 14...Richard Treacy, Tipperary...Courtmarshalled. Two years hard labour for reading above mentioned manifesto [issued by the Republican party declaring the right of the people of Ireland to free speech]

 

Now, at that class in Knockavilla, as time went on I got acquainted with several of the young men and women who played a great part in the struggle for freedom. There I got acquainted and became an intimate friend with Richard Treacy of Bishopswood, who became the Chairman of the Sinn Fein Club in the years that followed and was one of those who, in later years, defied the British Government by reading publicly the Proclamation of Dáil Eireann, and was imprisoned for a long time in Belfast Jail under very trying conditions, He was one of those who smashed through the roof of that jail when the fighting took place there and hoisted an improvised tricolour flag above the Belfast Jail at Crumlin Road.

Another man I met at this class was Michael Sheehan who, like Richard Treacy, has gone to his eternal rest. He was a workman. Treacy was a farmer, but Michael Sheehan and his brother, Sean, were working with one of the local land holders and in the years that followed, they took a very active part in the struggle.

...Before 1908 we had formed a Sinn Fein Club with Richard Treacy as President and Sean O'Dwyer as Secretary, and I think I filled the role of a sort of general orgariiser and was regarded, I must admit, as being the leader in anything that was being done

Witness: Eamon O'Dwyer, Member IRB, 1904 - 1921; Officer IV and IRA, Tipperary, 1913 – 1921 [signed 1956]

At 9.30 on the morning after, i.e. 16th August, 1918, I was surprised by a visit of six R.I.C. men who arrested me while at breakfast. I was sent to Clonmel Jail, where I spent a month, and afterwards to Belfast Jail. Tried at Victoria Barracks, Cork, with my companions John Hassett of Barnane, Co. Tipperary, Seumas Mulcahy Lyons, Richard Treacy and others, we received a sentence of two years each for our faith in Ireland's cause and our uncompromising loyalty to her ancient claim to liberty.

Witness: Francis Phillips, Vice-President, Sinn Fein Club, Cashel, 1921

 

TRACY, Richard. In the spring of 1918, Richard Tracy was apprehended for delivering the Sinn Féin proclamation from Brownes' Steps, following Mass in Knockavilla. He supported Sinn Féin from the onset and, in 1912, had a visit to his house from Seán MacDiarmada, National Organiser. Richard was married and had young children when he was sent to prison in Belfast. One of his fellow inmates was Francis Philips of Cashel. Richard was avidly involved in Conradh na Gaelige.

A Biographical Dictionary of Tipperary by Martin O'Dwyer

 

Richard Treacy of Bishops Wood, Dundrum Tipperary, 15 Aug 1918 Courts martial case registers, 9aa & 27 Drr, 6th sep 1918 DCM held at Cork, found guilty of all charges, 2 years Impmt with hard labour, one year remitted GGB CinC on 21/9/18

 

Robert A. Tracey, A Company Derry Battalion & Dundalk Louth

 

Robert A. Tracey

11 Hill Street, Dundalk, Louth

Notes: File relates to successful Service (1917-1921) Medal application.

Data Protection Note: Open

Organisation: Irish Republican Army

Commanding Officer(s): Joseph Doherty; Charles Mawhinney; Henry Moore; Joseph Mahon; Alfred McCallion

Company: A Company, Derry Battalion, 1 Northern Brigade

Medal awarded: Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference: MD55

 

Robert (Bob) Treacy of Castlebar, Co. Mayo

 

Nov 21, 1914 (CT) The Irish Volunteers

Volunteer Tournament at Balla...Balla company under Command of Sergeant Tracey...

Apr 5, 1941 (CT) Obituary - Death of Mr. Robert J Treacy, Newtown Castlebar

...Mr. Robert Treacy (76)...served as a Regimental Sergeant Major in the Great War...Company Commander of the Irish volunteers 1913...training the Volunteers of Balla, Claremoris and Barneycarroll...The chief mourners were: Mrs. Treacy (widow), Michael, Joseph, Paddy and Sergt Robert Treacy, G.S. (sons); Hugh and Partick Hanlon (brothers-in-law)...Langan Staff Castlebar...

 

A company of the Irish National Volunteers was formed in Castlebar in 1913 which I joined; it was then run by a committee...In connection with the drilling of the Volunteers, we had four instructors all ex-N.C.O.s. of the Connaught Rangers but as they were all reservists they had to report to their unit when called up before the outbreak of the first world war in 1914. Two of them were outstanding as instructors their names were Tracy and Murtagh.

Witness: Michael McHugh, Commandant IRA, Mayo, 1921

My own local company - Balla - was exceptionally lucky in having an experienced sergeant of the Connaught Rangers as our instructor. His name was Tracey and he undoubtedly knew his job. He was a man of splendid physique and a decent type with a good national outlook. This man' a instruction to the Balla Company gave us a better groundwork than we otherwise would have had.

Witness: Richard Walsh, Member, IRB, 1908-21; Representative on IV Executive, 1917-21; Senior Officer, IRA Mayo, 1919-21

The Great War of 1914 came. I was then in my  fifteenth year. Local men began drilling. I did nod understand what it was all about but I joined the ranks and learned the military exercises. Our instructor was big Bob Treacy, ex-Sergeant Major of the Connaught Rangers. Later I knew I was a member of the Irish National Volunteers. After six months of this training it petered out and the younger men drifted away. Some, on the advice of the English so-called gentry who occupied the "big houses", joined the British Army.

Witness: William T O'Keeffe, Staff Officer IRA, Mayo, 1920; ASU Manchester, 1920 -1921

 

Rody Treacy, B Company 2 Battalion Dublin Brigade, of Nenagh Co. Tipperary and Dublin

 

Rody Treacy, (b. 1891?) from Rapla [Ardcrony?, near Nenagh Co. Tipperary 1901 Census] [21 Britain St. Great, North City, Dublin 1911 Census], played GAA and handball for Faughs. He was arrested and tried in November 1920 At a District Court martial at Marlboro' Barracks, on possession at No.1 Millmount terrace, Drumcondra of a single round of revolver ammunition and with possession of a document containing statements the publication of which would be likely to cause disaffection, viz., "An Taglae" dated October 14th 1918. He declined to recognise the Court. His employer, had at one time occupied the room, testified that the ammunition may have been connected to a revolver he had surrender in 1916. In December 1920, he is reported as being an Irish prisoner in Carmarthen jail. In November 1921 he was back playing for the Faughs.

 

Prosecution of Rody Tracy; possession of ammunition; possession of seditious document; 19th October, 1920; Drumcondra, County Dublin; 6 months imprisonment without hard labour; conviction on second charge quashed and 3 months of sentence remitted. WO 35/131/10

 

Rody Tracy, also Known As Patk Tracy of 1 Millmount Terrace, 30 years (b. 1890), 1920 Mountjoy Dublin under Offences Under R O I R Item 3 Book 1/45/3 Dublin

 

Rody Tracey of 1 Millmount Ter Drumcondra, 27 Nov 1920 Courts martial of civilians, held Dublin, under GAA 27, sentenced 2 yrs, remitted 12 mos. 19 Oct 1920 file 2/3134/R.O. 9AA(d) R.O.IR 27R.O.IR. 29/11/20 I commute sentence to one of the finding on 2nd charge quashed impt for 6 months without HL and 3 months remitted by the GO CinC. On 31/12/20 letter sent to Wormwood Scrubbs. Particulars: At Connelly public house when accused was employed, 1 rd of 450 rev ammn in a washstand drawer, a copy of "An Toghlae" in a pocket of jacket in accused rooms.

 

1917-1921 service medal - Rody Treacy B Company 2 Battalion Dublin Brigade

Rody Treacy

Addresses:

64 Richmond Road, Drumcondra Dublin

18 Magenta Hall, Santry Dublin

1 Millmount Terrace, Drumcondra Dublin

Date of birth                1891-03-01

Date of death              1969-09-25

Notes: File relates to successful application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Medal issued 29 April 1948. File also contains subject's wife's application for a Widow's Allowance.

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)             [] O'Mahony; [] Henderson; [] Daly; [] Forde

Company      B Company

Unit              2 Battalion

Brigade        Dublin Brigade

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD8223

 

Rose Anne Treacy, Miss, Gelsha, Ballinlee, Co. Longford

 

1922 Membership Lists

"A" Company First District Council Longford Cumann Na mBan (pre Truce) 1st April 1921 & 11th July 1821

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs/files//PDF_Membership/9/MA-MSPC-CMB-137.pdf

 

Samuel Tracey of Louth Town

 

Mar 9, 1918 (IT) Hunger Strikes

...Inquiries made on Tuesday in Dundalk elicited the information that the three Sinn Fein prisoners there - Professor O'Neill, Michael Brennan and Samuel Tracey [of Louth Town] - are still on hunger-strike. They are all in hospital.

 

Sarah Bugler nee Tracy, Cumann na mBan, C Company, East Clare

 

The Square, Scariff, Co. Clare.

Date of birth: 1890-04-25

File relates to successful application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Service certified and medal issued 10 July 1953. Medal later held to have been duly awarded. Associated file DP24970: relates to subject's application for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts in respect of illness or disability. Application rejected in 1954 on the grounds of means. File contains correspondence, memoranda and social welfare reports.

Data Protection Note: Partly closed

Organisation: Cumann na mBan

Rank: Unknown

Commanding Officer(s): A. Brennan; Willie O'Farrell

C Company, 4 Battalion, East Clare Brigade, 1 Western Division

Medal awarded: Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference: MD24410

 

Seamus [James] O’Treacy, of Dublin

Sean [John] Tracey, of Dublin, 4th Battalion, Dublin Brigade

 

1916 Rising Dublin

Seamus O’Treacy, Boland's Mill's

Sean Tracey, South Dublin Union

1916 Rebellion handbook

Jas Treacy, 10 Tramway terrace, Sandymount – Tram Conductor [Seamus]

John Tracy, 7 Rathmines Terr - Grocer's assistant [Sean] [interned in Frongoch Camp, Wales 1916]

T. Tracey, Dean Street, Kilkenny

211 Persons detained at Richmond Barracks

J. Tracey

Michael Treacy

 

P.H. Pearse Colour Party. (P.H. Pearse Presents Flag)

Special Section old A/Coy 4th Battalion, Dublin Brigade

Brigade winners of trophy at Saint Endas Rathfarnham, 5-September-1915

This party was also the colour party at Rossa’s Funeral.

Back Row L-R: Séan Tracy, Paudge O’Broin, Gabriel Murray, Brian McCormack, Séan O’Broin and Henry Murray (Adjutant).

Front Row L-R: Gerald Murray, Fred Schweppe, Pat Mason, Ed McNamara, Louis McDermott and Denis Dunne.

(Photo taken at Kimmage drill hall on the 12th of September 1915)

 

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...Fourth Battalion, Dublin Brigade...Names of the Irish Volunteer Officers who were Captains of the Companies indicated during some time in the period September, 1916 to July, 1921. "A" Company... Sean Tracey...

Witness: Henry S Murray, Officer IV and IRA, Dublin, 1914 - 1921

In the Autumn of 1912 when I was working in Magee's Grocery Store, Rathm1nes, with Sean Treacy, who afterwards became my brother-in-law, he asked me to join the I.R.B. I agreed and he brought me along to 41 Parnell Square, where I was initiated into the Fintan Lalor Circle by Sean McDermott, who was Centre at the time; Seamus O'Connor was secretary. Padraig Pearse was a member of the Circle.

...My brother-in-law, John Kiely, was killed when getting through the window [of the GPO] by a shot which was alleged to have been fired by a British officer from a window in the Metropole Hotel.

Witness: Charles Donnelly, Member IRB and IV, Rathfarnham, 1913 – 1916

 

J Tracey, 1 Dec 1920 Monthly raid & search reports 25th Brigade, James Gerard Connolly "D" of 7 Rathmines Terrace - Arrested man admitted he knew J. Tracey a wanted man he refused to devulge his address & was arrested. Nothing known of Donnolly. 2 Rathmines Terrace - J. Tracey has left. He works at Teranure & his address known by J. Connolly who was arrested when he refused to devulge it.

J Tracey 10 Dec 1920 Daily raid reports, James Gerard Connolly of 7 Rathmines Terrace, shop assistant, lodged Wellington Barracks, This man works at Terenure under J. Tracey, who was to be arrested at No. 2 Rathmines Rd. He would not give Tracey's address. He seemed very frightened as admitted having Sinn Fein friends and sympathies.

 

29 July 1916 The Kerryman

Football Games At Frongoch Internment Camp. Kerry and Dublin Victorious...Dublin – J.Tracey (Mitchels) capt...[pdf]

May 30, 1922 (FJ)

...and Police Officer Sean Tracey represented the IRP [Irish Republican Police], Oriel House.

Jan 1, 1923 (FJ) Old IRA Members' Association

...Provisional Executive...Capt Sean Tracy, Q.M....Membership will be limited to men who were members of the IRA prior to the Anglo-Irish truce and who are not at present in any way engaged on either side of the struggle.

Jan 6, 1923 (SS)

A largely attended meeting of the old IRA Members' Association was held in Dublin today...Membership will be limited to men who were members of the IRA prior to the Anglo-Irish truce, and who are not at present engaged on either side of the struggle...The following provisional executive was formed to-day...Captain Shaun Tracey...

 

 

Irish volunteers 1915

 

I picked up a slip of paper which seemed to have been torn out of a notebook. The names of those who were on guard were written on it. [Lieut Tracey...J Tracey]

Witness: Annie Mannion, Matron, South Dublin Union, 1916

1916.jpg

 

 

Pension Application - File Reference: MSP34REF57462

John Tracey, 164 Shelbourne Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin

Associated files in MSPA: 34E4916

Easter rising service: Yes. Easter rising location/place: South Dublin Union, James's Street, Dublin

Section Leader, Irish Volunteers, 4 Battalion, A Company, Dublin Brigade. Commanding Officer(s): Eamon Kent; Seamus Murphy;

First Lieutenant, Irish Republican Army, 4 Battalion, A Company, Dublin Brigade. Commanding Officer(s): Louis McDermott; A. Walsh;

Award Pension   under Military Service Pensions Acts 1934, Grade E. Awarded 4 and 375/716 years service for pension purposes in 1940

Scanned/digital copy  WMSP34REF57462JOHNTRACEY.pdf
Scanned/digital copy
  W34E4916JOHNTRACEY.pdf

File dates            18 January 1935 - 21 February 1983

Subject Information: File relates to John Tracey's receipt of a military service pension in respect of his service with the Irish Volunteers for part of the periods between 1 April 1916 and 31 March 1917 and with the IRA for part of the periods between 1 April 1920 and 11 July 1921. Applicant also claimed unsuccessfully for service in all other periods between 1 April 1916 and 30 June 1922. Following the 1916 Easter Rising John Tracey was interned until [September] of that year. During the War of Independence John Tracey served as a Company Lieutenant with the IRA and claims to have had charge of a number of arms dumps. He further claims that in March 1922, during the Truce Period, he joined the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) at Oriel House, resigned following the outbreak of the Civil War in June 1922 and took no further part in activities on either side of the conflict. File includes: standard form Referee R.15 showing details of subject's rank and unit strength as of 11 July 1921 from records supplied by the relevant Battalion Committee; typed transcript (5 pages) of sworn statement made by John Tracey on 27 May 1940 before the Advisory Committee, Military Service Pensions Act, 1934; and copy typed letter of 2 December 1940 from the Department of Defence to John Tracey forwarding acknowledgement form for receipt of Service Certificate to him and requesting its completion and return before payment of pension can be made - there is no further documentation on file after this date.

 

Ref: http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/detail.aspx?parentpriref=#sthash.acS9Nf7p.dpuf

 

 

           

Sean Treacy, A (Athleage) Company, 3 Battalion, South Roscommon Brigade, 2 Western Division

John Joseph Treacy, Ballinturly, Fuerty, Co. Roscommon 

 

1917-1921 service medal

Sean Treacy

Ballinturley, Athleague, Roscommon

County   Roscommon

Country             Ireland

Date of birth      1901-08-17

Notes     File relates to successful application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Medal issued 30 December 1952. Duly awarded certificate signed 5 September 1968.

Data Protection Note    Open

Organisation      Irish Republican Army

Commanding Officer(s)            John Conboy; Patrick Madden; Domnail O'Rourk

Company           A (Athleage) Company

Unit       3 Battalion

Brigade South Roscommon Brigade

Division             2 Western Division

Medal awarded             Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference   MD17275

 

1st Western Division

South Roscommon Brigade

3rd Battalion

Roscommon Battn Staff - July 1821

Engineer Patk Tracey, Cloonmore, Knockroghery, Roscommon.

A Company 3rd Battalion South Roscommon Brigade

John Treacy, Ballinturly, Athleague, Roscommon.

Patrick Treacy, U.S.A.

C Company Kilteevan South Roscommon Brigade

Patrick Treacy, Cloonmore, Knockcroghery,

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Sean Treacy, of Soloheadbeg, Co. Tipperary

 

Songs about Sean Treacy

 

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