1740 hearth money rolls Ballinderry Armagh
John H. McGuckin. A History of Ballinderry Parish to 1766. Seanchas Ardmhacha: Journal of the Armagh Diocesan Historical Society, Vol. 10, No. 1 (1980/1981), pp. 85-113
British War Office
John Tracey b. 1704 Omagh/Armagh 76th Foot 1738-6th Jan 1764 a labourer WO120/5& 17, WO116/5
British War Office
James Teacey (no r) b. 1764 Armagh 1st Foot 1779-1800 WO120/9 a Cooper)
British War Office
James Trace b. Kippoh, Armagh [Tyrone?] 27th Foot and 108th Foot discharged by 1789 WO121 (Several Traces not included but left Wills etc.) [see Tyrone]
James Tracey b. 1788 Armagh, Tyrone 2/27th in 1802 and 108th
James Treacy 27th Foot discharged 28th June 1814 to reside in Glasgow, then 3rd Royal Veterans Btn till 24th May 1816 died 28th April 1852
1813 The Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle, Volume 21
...Rev S.W. Tracy...Corresponding Secretary to the Missionary Society...London...(No.4, Bartlett's Buildings, Holborn)
In announcing the return of Mr. Tracy. we are happy in being enabled to inform our readers, that, in addition to the formation of Auxiliary Societies in the northern counties of Tyrone, Armagh, Down, and Autrim, which we have already announced, Mr. Tracy succeeded in establishing an Auxiliary Missionary Society in the south, for the county of Cork: the Committee of which comprizes some of the most respectable characters in the city, and other parts of the county; among whom are John Anderson, Esq. of Fermoy, 'and W. Roberts, Esq. of Charleville, Bankers; by either of whom subscriptions are received, as well as by the Treasurer, James M‘Mullen, Esq. of Cork.
Mr. Tracy, on his return, begs to express the grateful sense which he entertains ot' the kindness which he experienced in all parts of Ireland from the Clergy and Christians of every church, which has laid him and the Missionary Society under lasting obligations—A hope is indulged, that the union which has at length been formed, under circumstances so auspicious, between the churches in 'England, Scotland, and Ireland, for the propagation of our common faith among the hundreds of millions of the heathen world, will be productive of no inconsiderable benefit to the united empire, as well as the world at large.
1824 November 23 (BL) A list of persons commited from the Police? Court? Belfast? and afterwards transported of hanged.
Recovery (2) 
TRACEY, Edward (Per "Recovery", 1823) see TEACY, Edward
TEACY, Edward. Per "Recovery", 1823
1823 Aug 4, On list of convicts landed from the "Recovery" & forwarded to Minto for distribution (Reel 6011; 4/3509 p.5)
1824 Jul 26, Nov 1, Servant of B De Arrieta; on 26 Jul sentenced to six months in the Gaol Gang at Sydney & on 1 Nov to three years at Port Macquarie. On return of punishments ordered & inflicted at Campbelltown Court; listed as Tacy (Reel 6023; 4/6671 pp.27, 28)
1824 Nov 26, On list of convicts transported to Port Macquarie per "Sally" (Reel 6019; 4/3864 pp.496-7)
1819 & 1820 Directory
John Tracy, Blacksmith, Portadown
1819 & 1849 Armagh - Wesleyan Methodist Preacher (see Richard Taylor Tracey)
1823-1838 Tithe Applotment Books
British War Office to 1860 (WO97) – Chelsea Hospital
Robert Tracey, b. 1825 Armagh, Armagh
Clifton Street Cemetery, Belfast
15 December 1833
Betty Treacy, Aged 84, Servant, Carrick Hill, from Co. Armagh, family unknown
Mar 18, 1834 (BL) Armagh Assises
Orange Processions...12th July last at Newtonhamilton, Middleton, Markethill and Portadown...James Treacy, who had been convicted at last assizes...
1835-1857 Merchant Navy Seamen
William Tracey, b. Portadown Armagh
Arthr Jno Tracey or Arthur John Stracey, 28 Jun 1836 or 24 Jn 1835, Newtown Hamilton Armagh, The Tasmanian Operative Lodge. Name crossed Out. Certified 18 Sep 1838
1850 Thoms Directory of Ireland
Armagh: Richard T. Tracy, Alexander Twiss
Richard T. Tracy, Chairman of the District.
Thomas Burrowes Tracy entered school Aug 1849 Armagh (see William Samuel Tracy)
Henry Tracy son of William Samuel entered school Jun 1858 Armagh
Maxwell George Tracy entered school Jan 1859 Armagh
John Tracy entered school Jan 1859 Armagh
03 Oct 1853 (BL) Royal School of Armagh...Lord Primate...The head master having brought forward Thomas Burrowes Tracy and William Percy Robinson, as the authors of the best English Essay and the best translation into Latin, respectively...presented to the former Hallam's Literature of Europe (three volumes)...The books were very handsomely bound, and made yet more valuable by the autograph of the donor...- Newry Telegraph.
1853-54 Commissioners of Education in Ireland annual report
Royal Scholship...T.B. Tracey £50 per annum...
1855-56 Commissioners of Education in Ireland annual report
Armagh Royal School Foundation...T.B. Tracey £50 per annum...
1856-57 Commissioners of Education in Ireland annual report
Armagh Royal School Foundation...T.B. Tracey £50 per annum...
1857-58 Commissioners of Education in Ireland annual report
Armagh Royal School Foundation...T.B. Tracey, an Exhibition of £50 per annum...
July 31, 1858 (FJ) Education in Ireland
...On the Armagh Royal School Foundation - T B Tracey, an exhibition of £50 per annum;...
4 Nov 1862 (BL) Armagh Natural History and Philosophical Society
...merit at the examination...on the subject of "Heat and the Steam engine"...Second class...Henry Tracy...
1864-65 Commissioners of Education in Ireland annual report
We also submit a list of the names of the present holders of the Exhibitions, and the amounts payable annually to each, viz.:
Armagh Royal School Foundation:- H. Tracy £30
1865-66 Commissioners of Education in Ireland annual report
H. Tracey £30 per annum
1867-68 Commissioners of Education in Ireland annual report
Armagh Royal School: H. Tracy £50 per annum
September 1861 Cricket
Armagh College/Volunteer Club...M. Tracy...
4 October 1861 (FJ) Cricket
Armagh Volunteer Club V. Castledillon Club...M. Tracey [Castledillon]
18 June 1867 (FJ) Cricket
Armagh School (Past)...M. Tracey...
[IMPORTANT: Please note that the continuation of the land records to 1933 is now available at the PRONI http://www.proni.gov.uk/index/search_the_archives/val12b.htm]
1864 – State Registered Births (See HOME for full list of Births and Marriages up to 1899)
Tracy, Joanna, Banbridge, Armagh/Down. 16, 219
Treacey, Edward, Newry, Armagh/Down. 16 775
24 February 1866 Newry Telegraph
Newry Borough Court...A Female fenian...Ellen Tracy, a native of Dublin on the charge of being drunk and disorderly...declaring herself to be the best fenian in Dublin. The best fenian was committed to prison for the period of a week.
Oct 1877 IT Lurgan Open Coursing Meeting
Field stewards...Mr. D.J. Treacey...[see Daniel Thomas Treacy]
24 April 1878 (FJ) Aggrigate Education Meeting
DJ Treacy, Solicitor, Lurgan
Joseph Edward Treacy, Cork
DT Treacy, solicitor, Lurgan.
Daniel J. Treacy, solicitor, 1 Wellington quay, & Lurgan
1891 UK Census
Anne J Tracey, 41 years, b. Armagh, servant, Birkenhead, Cheshire
William Flanagan of Cavanagarvan, landlord John and James Treacy, 2a/0r/36p, poor valuation £1/10/0, old rent £2/10/0, new rent £1/4/0
January 20 1891 Times Picayune (Louisiana)
Tracy - On Monday Jan 18 1891...Margaret McKenna...of Timothy Tracy, aged 80 years...Armagh Ireland and a resident of...past fifty years.
The following [boys] passed...Intermediate Examination...Tracey
Aug 9, 1910 (IT)
Wanted situation as House Parlor or Parlourmaid, city or suburbs; Protestant. Northern; wages £20 £22. Apply G. Tracy, Newtownbarry Post Office, Co. Wexford. [Grace b. Armagh?]
The Ulster Covenant 1912
W. Tracey, Derrynoose, Co. Armagh
20 December 1929 Belfast Gazette
Estate of Ralph Stephen Heath Tracey Simpson, continued in the names of Margaret Pauline Tracey Simpson (widow) and Barclays Bank Limited…under the will dated 31st July 1912 and codicil 9th August 1922…owners of land in the townland of Derryhennet and Maddan…
[Related to W.S. Tracy RM of Belfast???]
Robinson James of Ardress West Loughall county Armagh farmer died 5 January 1940 Probate Belfast 23 February to rev. Peter Tracey C.C. Effects £123 11s. 2d.
[1940's]...Martin Tracy was a clergyman. He was the pastor, or minister, of Hardin Presbyterian church on Hardin Street [Cleveland, Ohio]. An Irishman, he was, to put it bluntly, an Orangeman...[Martin Tracy] was born here but his father came from Armagh...
Patrick, Sean (1992) Patrick's Corner. Pelican Publishing Company
Church Records – Baptisms & Marriages Armagh Ancestry
TRACY, JOHN, 1825, B
TRACY, JAMES, 1827, B
TRACY, PATRICK, MCQUAIDE, BRIDGET, 1828, M
TREACY, JOHN, BOYLE, CATHARINE, 1830, M
O'ROURKE, HUGH, TREACY, ELIZABETH, 1830, M
TRACY, MARY JANE, 1828, B
TREASY, MARGARET, 1830, B
TRACY, NELLY, 1830, B
TREASY, MICHAEL, 1832, B
TRASEY, CONSTANTINE, 1833, B
MCKEIRNAN, PETER, TREASY, MARY, 1835, M
TREASY, EUGENE, MCGARITY, ANNE, 1835, M
TRACY, BRIDGET, 1835, B
TREASY, BERNARD, 1835, B
TRASY, FRANCIS, 1836, B
TREASY, CHARLES, MEANS, CATHERINE, 1837, M
MALLON, JAMES, TRACEY, JOANNA, 1837, M
DONAGHY, JAMES, TREASEY, SUSAN, 1837, M
TRACY, BERNARD, 1837, B
TRACY, MARY, 1837, B
TRACY, EUGENE, 1837, B
TRACY, MICHAEL, HAYS, HANNA, 1838, M
TRACY, JAMES, 1838, B
TREASEY, HUGH, 1839, B
TREACEY, EDWARD, 1839, B
FOX, JOHN, TREACY, SARA, 1840, M
TREACEY, CATHERINE, 1840, B
TREACY, PATRICK, 1842, B
TREACY, PATRICK, 1842, B
TRACY, DANIEL, 1843, B
TRACY, ROBERT, 1843, B
MCSLOY, DANIEL, TREASY, SUSAN, 1844, M
TRACY, JOHN, 1844, B
QUIN, PATRICK, TREACEY, MARY, 1845, M
TREACY, EUGENE, 1845, B
TREACY, EDWARD, 1845, B
TRACY, JOHN, 1845, B
TRACY, MARGARET, 1845, B
OWENS, JAMES, TREACY, ROSE, 1846, M
TRACY, BETTY ANN, 1848, B
TREACY, BRIDGET, 1848, B
TREACY, MARY, 1848, B
TRACEY, ANNE, 1848, B
DIVENE, JAMES, TREACY, CATHERINE, 1849, M
MCCRORY, MICHAEL, TREASY, BRIDGET, 1849, M
MCGONE, DANIEL, TREASEY, SUSAN, 1850, M
TREACY, MARGARET, 1850, B
TRACY, JN, 1851, B
CURRY, PETER, TRACY, ELIZA, 1852, M
TRACY, ELIZABETH, 1853, B
TREACEY, FRANCIS, 1853, B
TRACY, HENRY, DUFFY, ANN, 1854, M
DALY, MICHAEL, TRECY, HANNAH, 1854, M
TREACY, JOHN, HAGIN, ANNE, 1854, M
TREACY, PATRICK, 1854, B
TRACY, CATHERINE, 1855, B
MULGREW, JOHN, TRACY, MARGARET, 1867, M
TRACY, LILIAN MARY, 1878, B
TRACEY, BERNARD, 1878, B
TRACEY, JOSEPH, 1878, B
TREASEY, ROSEANNE, 1880, B
TRACEY, JAMES, 1880, B
TRACEY, MARY, 1881, B
TRACEY, EUGENE, DOONER, CATHERINE, 1882, M [State Reg: Owen Treacy, Omagh, 4th Quarter 1882 2 283]
TRACEY, JAMES, 1883, B
TRACEY, MICHAEL, 1883, B
TRACEY, ANNE, 1888, B
TRACY, EUGENE, 1890, B
TRACEY, PATRICK, 1893, B
TRACY, PATRICK, LOUGHRAN, BRIDGET, 1894, M
TRACY, ANNE, 1895, B
TRACEY, PATRICK, MALLON, ROSEANNE, 1897, M
TRACEY, MICHAEL, 1897, B
TRACEY, JAMES, 1898, B
TRACEY, MARY, 1899, B
TRACEY, MARGARET, 1899, B
TRACY, PATRICK, MCGLIN, CATHERINE, 1900, M
*Source : B = Birth M = Marriage
Army Birth Registration
James Tracey, Armagh, 1880, 87th, Vol 799 page 2
Patrick Tracy 5th [25th?] Regt & Mary Sanders [Folan/Tobin?]
Beddy Tracy b. 13 May 1830 Sp Margout Gallaner Armagh Parish
Eliza Tracey, full age, spinster, servant, lives Armagh (d. of James Tracey, dealer) married John McGurck, full age, bachelor, store keeper, lives Armagh (s. of Edward McGurk, labourer)30 October 1864 RC Chapel of Tullysarran Wit: Daniel Slevin & Mary Jane Donnelson, her mark [Armagh Armagh PLU] (signed their marks)
Elizabeth Tracey married Joannes McGurk 30 Oct 1864 Wit: Daniel Keisi? & Maria Joanna Donaldson Armagh parish
Catherine Tracy & Joannis McGuillil? [bad copy]
Edwardum McG b. Sep 1865 Sp Anne McGee Armagh Parish
Eliza Tracy & Joannis McGuirk
Margaritam McGuirk b. 12 Jan 1868 Sp Elizabetha McGolerick Armagh Parish
John Tr(e)acey & Mary Coffee/Coffey (a soldier from Gorey Wexford, who lived in Tipperary. See Gorey Wexford)
Lilly Mary b. 9 September 1878 Armagh Armagh (LDS)
James b. 4 May 1880 (LDS)
Joanne Tracy & Maria Coffey
Lilian Mariam Tracy b. 18 Aug 1878 Sp. Daniel Powel & Bidelia Connelly Armagh Parish
Jacobum Tracey b. 16 May 1880 Sp. Jacobus McNally & Elizabetha O Connor Armagh Parish
Catherina Tracey & Guilelmo Smyth
Bridida Smyth b. 4 Nov 1876 Sp Maria Hackett Armagh Parish
Catherine Tracey & William Smith of Church Lane Armagh
Bridget Smith b. 3 Nov 1876 Armagh, Armagh, Ireland (LDS)
Helena Tracey, 1869, Armagh, Armagh
Bridget Tracy? married Owen Burns 17 Jan 1855 Wit: John & Elizabeth Burns Ballymore and Mullabrack Parish
Sara Tracy & Jams McCormick
Anne McCormick b. 08 May 1826 Sp Philip & Cathe Brady Creggan Upper Parish
Margaret McCormick b. 7 May 1828 Sp Michl Holland & Anne Cullan Creggan Upper Parish
Henry Tracy married Anne Duffy 6 Jul 1854 Wit: Edwd Duffy & Bryan Traynor Creggan Upper Parish [see Haggardstown Louth]
John/Jn Tracy & Mary Anne Gollgly/Golligly
Betty Anne Tracy b. 2 Jun 1848 Sp. Biddy & Mich Tracy? Derrynoose Parish
John Tracy b. 15 Jun 1851 Sp. Wm & Mary Tracy Derrynoose Parish
Eliza Tracy married Peter Curry 17 Jul 1852 Wit: Wm Curry & Eliza Keenan. Derrynoose Parish
Mary Tracey & Thos Germly
Thomas Germly b. 22 Jan 1858 Sp. Kitty Reily Derrynoose Parish
Patrick Tracy & Mary Jane McAlinden
Catharine Tracy b. 27 Sep 1855 Sp. Daniel Bemmison & Catherine McAlinden Drumcree Parish
Patrick/Patk Trassy/Tracey/Treacy & Mrry Jane McAlendon/McAlinden
Edward Trassy b. 14 Oct 1860 Sp. John Kelly & Bridget Donelly Newry Parish
Patrick Tracey b. 5 Oct 1862 Sp. John Fyan & Bridget Kelly Newry Parish
Edwd Tracey b. 31 Oct 1864 Sp Arthur Lenihan & Cath Tracey Newry Parish (Edward b. 30 October 1864 Newry (LDS)
Edward Tracey married Catherine Gibson 2 Apr 1934 Newry Cathedral Newry Parish
Mary Tracey b. 6 Jan 1867 Sp. John Kilis & Anne M'Craffry Newry Parish (Mary Ann b. 3 January 1867 Newry LDS)
Cecila Tracey b. 29 Nov 1868 Sp. Michl Grimes & Bridget Nuller Newry parish (Cecilia b. 22 November 1868 LDS)
Cecilia Tracey married Patrick Givney 5 Oct 1914 Wit: John Tracey & Mary Jane Darne Newry Parish
Cecilia Tracey, full age, spinster, housekeeper, of Lindsay Hill, (d. of Patrick Tracey, car owner, dead) married Patrick Gibney, 43, widower, stonecutter, of Yewtown Plattin, (s. of Patrick Gibney, stonecutter) 14 Oct 1914 Newry Cathedral Wit: John Tracy & Mary Jane Derine
John Tracey b. 31 Oct 1870 Sp. John McAlinden & Eliza Tracey Newry Parish (John b. 26 October 1870 Newry No 2, Down LDS)
John Tracey married Susan O'Reilly of Newry 6/8 Jun 1914 Wit: Thomas Byrne & Minnie Rafferty Newry Parish
John Tracy, 44, batchelor, labourer, of Lindsay Hill, (s. of Patrick Tracey, car owner, dead) married Susan O'Reilly, 32, spinster, servant, of High street, (d. of Bernard O'Reilly, Laneporter?, dead) 8 June 1914 Newry Cathedral Wit: Thomas Byrne & Mennie Rafferty
Michael Tracy married Hanna Hays 26 Aug 1838 Wit: ??? Grimes & Joanna Grimes Loughgall and Tartaraghan Parish
Francis Trasey? & Sarah Cassidy
Mary James? Trasey b. 29 Apr 1867 Sp Sarah Magee & Robt Donnelly Loughgall and Tartaraghan Parish
Andrew Treacey (s. of James Treacey) m. Margaret McKeage (d. of Samuel McKeage) 25 Feb 1861 Newry, Arm, Ireland
Cath Tracy & Thos Crumley/McCrumley/Crummish
Patrick Crumley b. 26 Oct 1824 Sp. Con & Margt Haney Shankill Parish
Hugh McCrumley b. 7 May 1827 Sp. Bernard & Ell McGeown Shankill Parish
William Crummish b. 7 Jul 1833 of Lurgan Sp. Nancy O'Neill Shankill Parish
Martha Tracy of Polemalady m. Edward Ferguson Dec 21 1826 Lurgan RC wit: Mary Reilly & Catherine Curran (Martha was a non-catholic)
Dec 21 1826, Martham Tracy (acatholicam) & statim postia in matrimonio conjunci cam & Edward Ferguson (Maria Reilly & Catharina Curran testibus) Pollamalady
Thomas Ferguson b. Feb 17 1822 Fintavan Sp: Patrick Pask and Anne Donelly Lurgan RC
Joannam (John) Ferguson b. Jun 27 1824 Corrahmore, Sp: Patrick Reilly and Elizabeth Dobbin Lurgan RC
Alexander Ferguson b. Apr 5 1829 Currahmore, Sp: Thomas Nugent and Margaret Smyth Lurgan RC
Robert Ferguson b. May 23 1841 Lisnafana, Sp: Thomas Tracy and Martha Tracy Lurgan RC
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Abraham Tracey b. 1848 Portadown Lurgan m. Mary Redman 1873 Portadown Lurgan (LDS)
William b. 15 November 1874 Portadown Lurgan (LDS)
Daniel J Treacy (s. of Joannis & Mariae Treacy of Tinikilly Queens Co) of Lurgan m. Maria J Keon (d. of Ferdinandi & Mariae Keon, mortai) of 8 M Gardiner Pce on 27 February 1878 Wit: Joannes Treacy of Tinikilly & Anna Treacy of Tinikilly. Pro-Cathedral Dublin. [see Daniel Thomas Treacy]
James Tracey, Chicago USA, 1914, 42 years, Wife: Anna Tracey, 3278 Waibonssa? Ave Chicago. b. Lurgan Ireland. Lived Chicago 1904-13. Builder. Aunt: Mrs W Jones?, Harbour St Whitstable Kent.
Atkinson, Edward D. Dromore, an Ulster Diocese, Dundalk, 1925.
Bell, Rev. J. Brian A. A History of Garmany's Grove Presbyterian Church, Armagh, 1970.
Canavan, T. Frontier town: an illustrated history of Newry, Belfast, Blackstaff Press, 989
Donaldson, John A Historical and Statistical Account of the Barony of Upper Fews,
Galogly, John The History of St Patrick's Parish, Armagh , 1880.
Gwynn, A. The medieval province of Armagh, Dundalk, 1946.
Hogg, Rev. M.B Keady Parish: A Short History of its Church and People, 1928.
Marshall, J.J. The History of Charlemont Fort and Borough, 1921.
McCorry, F.X. Lurgan: an Irish Provincial Town, Inglewood Press, 1993
Murray, Rev. Lawrence P. History of the Parish of Creggan in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Dundalk, 1940.
Nelson, S. History of the Parish of Creggan in Cos Armagh and Louth from 1611 to 1840, 1974.
Patterson, T. Armagh Manor Court Rolls, 1625-7 & incidental notes on 17th century sources for Irish surnames in Co. Armagh, Seanchas Ardmhacha, 1957, 295-322.
Shearman, H Ulster, London, 1949.
Stewart, James. Historical Memoirs of the City of Armagh, Dublin, 1900.
Swayne, John The register of John Swayne, Archbishop of Armagh, and Primate of Ireland
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