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Daniel Thomas Treacy, of Dublin, Laois, Offaly, Sligo, Westmeath, solicitor and sub-sheriff of Dublin, Clerk of the Crown for King’s County

 

Kings Inns Admission Papers 1607-1867

Daniel Tracey, 4th s. of John, Mountrath, woollen draper, and Mary Delany; over 16; ed. Carlow College; aft. Felix Delany, Dublin, apothecary, cousin german. H 1829

 

 

 

Family Notices:

 

November 1, 1850 (FJ) Death

October 30, at 5 Kensington terrace, Rathmines, Mary, the beloved wife of D.T. Tracey, Esq. Requiescat in pace.

 

28 November 1857 Yorkshire Gazette & 4 December 1857 Morning Chronicle, London

... D. Y. Tracey, Esq., of Rathmine, Dublin, to Adeline Mari Anne, second daughter of Charles Morine, Esq., of this city [York].

December 7, 1857 (FJ) Marriage

November 26, in the Catholic Chapel, Blake-street, York, D.T. Tracey, Esq. of Rathmines, County Dublin, to Adeline Marianne, second daughter of Charles Morine, Esq, of York.

 

George Adelaine Tracey & Maria Annae Marine [connection to Daniel?]

Carolus Harland Tracey b. 21 November 1858 Sp. Jeremia Clarke & Julia [Adonias??? other text not legible, bottom left page] http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/rathmines_mf_1823-1886_ba_0501.pdf

 

10 July 1878 Freeman's Journal

...Charles H. Tracey, Local Government Board, son of Daniel T. Tracey, head of the Statistical Department of that board...

 

13 January 1890 Freeman's Journal

.. Charles H Tracey, aged 31 years. RIP. Funeral will leave 30 Carysfort avenue, Blackrock, to-morrow, Tuesday, morning at 9.30 for Glasnevin cemetery.

 

Daniel T. Tracey & Susan Juliana Morine [connection to George?]

Charles Tracey b. 13 October 1858 of Castlewood Avenue Sp. Jeremiah Clarke & Susan Morine

http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/rathmines_mf_1823-1886_ba_0285.pdf

http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/rathmines_mf_1823-1886_ba_0501.pdf

18 October 1858 Cork Examiner

... D. T. Tracy, Esq., 25, Castlewoodavenue, Rathmines, of a son.

 

Daniel Tracey & Adelaide Mary Morine

Frederick Hanbury Tracey b. 15 April 1860 of Castlewood Sp. John Parker & Caroline Lawlor

http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/rathmines_mf_1823-1886_ba_0294.pdf

http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/rathmines_mf_1823-1886_ba_0506.pdf

Henricus de Norcliff Tracy b. 27 June 1861 of Castlewood Avenue Sp. Joanne Joso Lalor & Adelaida Spain http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/rathmines_mf_1823-1886_ba_0511.pdf

 

31 March 1863 Freeman's Journal

... D. T. Tracey, Esq, C, Carlisle-terrace, Malahide, of a son.

 

27 February 1864 Burnley Advertiser

D. T. Tracey, Esq., and second daughter of the late Charles Morine, Hear., of this town.

 

1864 Directory

Daniel Thomas Tracey, esq., 6 Carlisle-terrace, Malahide 2GL

 

1881-1883 School of Art

Henry De N Tracey, 20 years, 57 Carysford Avenue, Blackrock

 

8 December 1891 Freeman's Journal

Daniel Tracey, Caryrort avenue, £a-z's.m'F. R I P. Funeral from hospital on to-morrow Weinsi.iay)r morning at 9 o'clock to Glasnevin Cemetery

12 November 1898 Freeman's Journal

... Daniel Tracey, 57 Caryfort ave, Blackrock, county Dublin.

 

Daniel Thomas Tracey 14 Jun 1889 57 Carysfort avenue Blackrock Dublin, retired officer Local Government Board, to Charles H. Tracey of 30 Carysfort avenue, clerk in Local Government Board, and Thomas G. Tracey, medical student

 

Very Rev. William Tracey was born at Marymount, parish of Camross, and received at least part of his education in France, where he narrowly escaped the guillotine at the time of the Revolution. He was ordained by Dr. Lanigan about 1796, after which he was C.C. Rathdowney till 1799. His next Curacy was Muckalee, whence he was promoted to the pastorship of Rathdowney in 1802. He became Treasurer of the Diocesan Chapter in 1837. Having governed this parish 37 years, he died at his house in Barrachill, Oct. 7th, 1839 at the age of 68, and is buried in Grogan chapel. Two of his nephews were respected priests of Kildare and Leighlin Diocese, viz., Rev. William Tracey, P.P. Kilcock, and Rev. Felix Tracey, P.P. Ballyna.

 

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Rev. William Treacy, who had been curate of Kilcock at the time when Dr. Haly was promoted to the Episcopate, succeeded him as pastor of the parish. After a zealous and successful pastorship, Father Tracey died on the 25th of May, 1862, and lies interred in the new Church of Kilcock, which he had founded.

 

Kilcock: The present very fine parochial Church was commenced in 1862, by the late Rev. Willian Treacy, P.P., who had expended £1,000 on the work, when he was called to his reward. He left, partly of his own means, and partly the result of subscriptions received, £3,000 towards its completion, to effect which cost some £6,000 more. It is in the early Gothic style, from a design by MacCarthy, and consists of chancel, nave, and aisles, with a massive tower 108 feet in height; including the tower, which is at the west end, the church is 131 feet in length, and is 60 feet in width. It was dedicated to the service of God, under the invocation of St. Coca, in 1867. Over the grave of the founder, within the church, a monumental brass bears the following inscription: "Sacred to the revered memory of Rev. William Treacy, who had been 24 years P.P. of Kilcock; the founder of this church,- who departed this life on the 25th May, 1862, in the 59th year of his age. This monument was erected by his affectionate brother, Rev. Felix Treacy, P.P. Balyna." The beautiful and costly High Altar, and a fine stained-glass window over it, are also memorials of Father Treacy, erected by the parishioners.

 

Ballyscullogue: The fine Gothic chapel-of-ease at Newtown, is situated in the parish of Sculloguestown. It was erected by the Rev.William Tracey, P.P., at a cost of £3.000. A slab placed over the front door of Newtown church bears the following inscription: -"Pray for Rev. William Treacy, who faithfully served God in this Parish during 32 years; - 8 years as Curate, 24 as Parish Priest. To whose ready and unsparing liberality, and still more unsparing exertions the Parish is mainly indebted for the erection of this Church. May the Lord have mercy on his soul. Amen.

 

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20th September 1873 The Cardiff Times

Letters to the Editor. "No Irish Need Apply" To The Editor Of The South Wales Daily News...in consequence of the clergy being ignorant of their language...A few months ago there came to this town the Rev. F. [Felix?] Tracey, an Irish Catholic priest, who exactly suited the wants of the people...as he had received instructions from the Superior, on Monday, the 8th instant, at a late hour in the afternoon, to proceed to Rugby the next day...

April 1887 Patrick Dun's Hospital Bazaar - Raffle results

...Embroidered Chair, 3693, Rev. Felix Tracey, P.P., House of Retreat, Inchicore

1 September 1893 New Zealand Tablet

Dublin Notes...On Sunday, July 2, a statue of St Peter which is intended to commemorate the Irish pilgrimage to Rome was unveiled at the church of the Oblate Fathers, lnchicore, by Father Tracey, of the diocese of Kildare and Leighlin, probably the oldest priest in Ireland, who, owing to great age, retired from mission work some time ago and decided on spending the remainder of his days in the holy seclusion of the House of Retreat...

6 February 1896 Freeman's Journal

... Felix Treacy, P.P. Prepared by a life of prayer, by the practice of Christian virtue, and fortified by the rites and consolations of the Church, the Patriarch among ...

10 February 1896 Freeman's Journal

Obsequies Of The Very Rev. Felix Treacy, P.P... Felix Treacy, P.P. In the quiet little cemetery attached to the community house of the Oblatee of Mary Immaculata, Inchicore, was laid at rest, on Friday, all ...

15th February 1896 The Tablet

Obsequies of the Very Rev. Felix Treacy, P.P.—In the quiet little cemetery attached to the community house of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Inchicore, was laid at rest, on Friday of last week, all that was mortal of the venerable priest Father Felix Treacy, who passed away to his eternal reward at the patriarchal age of 92 years. Sixty-six years ago he received ordination at Maynooth, and during that long period of time he was ever a zealous and model labourer in the vineyard of his Divine Master' ever watchful over the interests of religion, attending with faithful assiduity to the wants of his flock, and reflecting in his character every priestly virtue. With that wisdom and prudence which always distinguished him he retired some twelve years since from the active ministry, feeling that his advancing years prevented him from bestowing that care which his sacred office required, and this step he took, as he so often told his friends, that he might have time to spend in preparation for a happy death.

February 29, 1896 The Irish standard (Minneapolis, Minn.)

Dublin...Prepared by a life of prayer, by the practice of Christian virtue, and fortified by the rites and consolations of the church, the Very Rev. Felix Treacy, P.P., the patriarch among the Irish clergy, on Feb. 15 passed from this life to the enjoyment of the reward promised to the good and faithful servant. Father Treacy had just completed his ninety-second year. He received ordination in Maynooth in 1830, and immediately entered upon his priestly duties in the diocese of Kildare. In due time he was appointed parish priest of Ballyna. Two beautiful churches and several schools are abiding monuments of his zeal and, piety. At the age of 80 he withdrew, from pastoral cares and responsibilities, was received as a guest by the oblates at Inchicore, and devoted his last years to his own personal sanctification. He had a peaceful, holy death.

1 May 1896 New Zealand Tablet

The Patriarch of the Irish Clergy. - Prepared by a life of prayer, by the practice of Christian virtue, and fortified by the rites and consolations of the Church, Rev Felix Treacy, the patriarch of the Irish clergy, passed to the enjoyment of the reward promised to the good and faithful servant. He had just completed his ninety-second year. He received ordination in Maynooth in 1830, immediately entering upon his priestly duties in Kildare. In due time he was appointed parish priest of Balyna. Two beautiful churches and several schools are monuments of his zeal and piety. At the age of eighty he withdrew from pastoral cares and responsibilities, was received as a guest by the Oblates at Inchicore, and devoted years to his personal sanctification. He has had a peaceful holy death.

 

Broadford Church Graveyard

PRAY FOR THE SOUL OF THE REV. FELIX TREACY, PARISH PRIEST OF BALYNA FOR 31 YEARS. WHO DIED 5TH FEB 1896 AGED 92 YEARS. BORN AT MOUNTRATH. IN 1804 HE MADE HIS STUDIES AT MAYNOOTH WITH DISTINGUISHED SUCCESS AND WAS ORDAINED BY DR. DOYLE IN 1830. APPOINTED TO THE PARISH OF BALYNA IN 1855, HE LABOURED FOR HIS FLOCK WITH EARNEST ZEAL AND BUILT THE TWO GOTHIC CHURCHES OF BROADFORD AND CLOGHERINKOE WHICH WERE COMPLETED IN 1868. RESIGNING HIS PARISH IN HIS 82ND YEAR. HE SPENT THE REMAINDER OF HIS LIFE PREPARING FOR DEATH AT THE HOUSE OF THE OBLATE FATHERS, INCHICORE. THERE HE DIED FULL OF YEARS AND SANCTITY AND THERE HE IS LAID TO REST BUT THIS MONUMENT IS PLACED IN THE CHURCH WHICH HE HAD THE HAPPINESS TO BUILD FOR HIS FLOCK, THAT THE FAITHFUL MAY BE REMINDED TO PRAY FOR THE REPOSE OF HIS SOUL. R.I.P.

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Nephew?

 

Tracey, Daniel, Junr., s. of John, Tenikilly, Queen’s Co. (Laois); under 20; aft. Daniel, solicitor, uncle. H 1864.

 

Oct 1877 IT Lurgan Open Coursing Meeting

Field stewards...Mr. D.J. Treacey...

24 April 1878 (FJ) Aggrigate Education Meeting

DJ Treacy, Solicitor, Lurgan

1879 Parliamentary Papers

DT Treacy, solicitor, Lurgan.

 

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.

28 February 1878 (FJ) Marriage

Treacy and Keon - February 27, at the pro-Cathedral, Marlborough-street, by the Rev TJ O'Reilly, CC, Daniel Joseph Treacy, Esq, JP, Teinkilly, Queen's County, to Mary Josephine, only daughter of the late Ferdinand P Keon, Esq, New Brooke, county Leitrim.

Daniel Joseph Treacy & Mary Josephine Keon

John Joseph Treacy b. 20 July 1879 of 102 Lr Mount St Sp. John Joseph Keon & Anne Mary Treacy. St. Andrew’s RC (South Dublin City)

21 July 1879 Freeman's Journal

... D. J. Treacy, solicitor, of a son.

26 July 1879 (N) Births

Treacy - July 20, at 102 Lower Mount-street, the wife of D.J. Treacy, solicitor, of a son.

Dec 16, 1925 (IT) Death

Treacy - December 15, 1925, at his residence, 12? Upper Leeson street, Daniel Joseph Treacy, ??? son of the late John Treacy, J.P. Teni??? Mounthrath. RIP. Funeral private. No ???.

Treacy - January 8, 1927, at her residence 18 Upper Leeson street, Dublin, Mary Josephine, widow of the late Daniel J. Treacy, Solicitor, Mountrath, and grand-daughter of the 2nd ??? de Blaquiere?, Port Letunn? Mullingar R.I.P.

Mary Josephine Treacy of 18 Upper Leeson Street Dublin widow died 8 January 1927 Probate Belfast 22 July to Frederick De Vere White solicitor.  Effects £2520 6s. 8d.

 

March 1895 Estate

John Joseph Keon late of Mullingar and died 67 Lower Leeson St, Dublin...Executrix Mrs. Mary Josephine Treacy of Belle Vue, Mountrath, Queens County...

13 March 1895 Freeman's Journal

... Mary-Josephine Treacy, of Bellevue, Mountrath, in the Queen's County, the Executrix deceased, to whom Probate of his will was granted forth of the Principal ...

Oct 31, 1901 (IT) [Westmeath]

...conveyance of the estate, the Portlemon estate, from a Mrs. Treacy to Colonel Stevenson...15 of July 1895... ...appears from other evidence that it had belonged to John Joseph Keon, who had executed a written agreement dated the 10th December 1894, to sell it to Colonel Stevenson for the sum of £8000, to be secured by a mortgage on the property itself...

1902-3 The Law Journal Reports

…Stevenson then proposed to include his Portlemon estate, in the county of Westmeath, subject to a mortgage already existing in favour of Mrs. Treacy…In 1895 he purchased from Mrs. Treacy an estate called the “Portlemon Estate” for £8.000, the purchase money of which was to be left out on mortgage of ... July 29 1896, register on July 31 1896 (No.9 on the Schedule). Colonel Stevenson is the owner, subject to incumbrances. The lands are a reversion in fee in the Portlemon estate in the county of Westmeath, held under a conveyance of July 11 1895 from Mary Jane Treacy to Colonel Stevenson...

 

1901

Daniel J Treacy, 51, M, 49 Wicklow Street, South City, Dublin, Solicitor, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Queens Co

Mary J Treacy, 47, F, Wicklow Street, South City, Dublin, Roman Catholic, Wife, Married, Leitrim

Mary J Treacy, 15, F, Wicklow Street, South City, Dublin, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Queens Co

 

1905 Irish Jurist and Local Government Review

John Joseph Treacy, only son of D. J. Treacy, Belle Vue, Mountrath, solicitor. Certificate signed by Daniel Kehoe. Proposed by T.L. O'Shaughnessy K.C.

 

1911

Daniel Joseph, Treacy, Pembroke Road, 67, M, Pembroke West Dublin (b. Laois?, Solicitor)

Mary Josephine, Treacy, Pembroke Road, 62, F, Pembroke West Dublin (b. Leitrim)

John Joseph, Treacy, Pembroke Road, 31, M, Pembroke West Dublin (Barrister)

 

1918 Post Office Dublin Directory and Calendar

Daniel J. Treacy,  Solicitor, Mountrath.

Daniel J. Treacy, solicitor, 10, Gracepark Gardens, Drumcondra

John J. Treacy, Barrister, Counsel to Attorney-General, Gold Coast, 10, Gracepark Gardens, Drumcondra  (T. 1905)

 

Treacy - January 8, 1927, at her residence 18 Upper Leeson street, Dublin, Mary Josephine, widow of the late Daniel J. Treacy, Solicitor, Mountrath, and grand-daughter of the 2nd ??? de Blaquiere?, Port Letunn? Mullingar R.I.P.

 

Hello Tracey Family .

Last night on the net I picked up a reference to Mary Josephine Tracey`s death , "01/08/1927 at her residence 18 Upper Leeson St , Dublin , widow of the late Daniel J Tracey , Solicitor , Mountrath and granddaughter of the 2nd ??? should be (Lord) de Blaquiere of Port Letunn ,  should be   (Portloman) Mullingar . RIP ".

I am at present looking at the Family History of the Irish , Blaquieres` and de Blaquieres`and of course very interested in the above . I have a fair working knowledge of the 2nd Lord John deB and his son`s and daughter`s .  I would be very interested to know which son or daughter  Mary Josephine is descended from and her maiden name , to help with my records . I do hope you can help me with this information or put me in touch with some one who can . I am only too happy to pass to you a copy of all my records on the 2nd Lord if by chance you , or any one else is interested .

Best wishes and hope you can help .

J A (Tony) de Blaquiere .

 

Directories in Dublin:

 

1850 Thoms Directory of Ireland

Officers of Government

Commissioners for Administering the Laws for relief of the Poor in Ireland

Second Class: ... DT Tracey…

D. T. Tracy esq., 5 Kensington Terrace, Rathmines

Kernan and Treacy, 38 Dominic Street Lower, solicitors

 

1862 Thom’s Dublin Street Directory

D.T. Tracey, esq., Poor Law Commission Office and 25 Castlewood avenue, Rathmines

Daniel Treacy, solicitor, 13 Cork Hill

 

 

Newspaper references for Dublin:

 

18 February 1837 (FJ)

...Messrs. Kernan and Treacy, No.35, Dominick street, Dublin, Solicitors...

 

24 April 1838 (FJ) Central Registration Board - Freedom of Ireland

admission of the following members...George Kernan, 35 Dominick-street; Daniel Treacy, Dominick-street...

 

24 April 1838 (FJ) Central Registration Board - Freedom of Ireland

admission of the following members...George Kernan, 35 Dominick-street; Daniel Treacy, Dominick-street...

 

April 23, 1839 (FJ) St. Mary's Parish

...Kernan and Tracy...

 

November 1, 1841 (FJ) Insolvent Debtors Court

Edward Ruthven, late member of parliament for Kildare, an insolvent, was opposed by Mr. Kernan on the part of Mr. John Treacy, on the ground of suppression of property....

 

1843 Prerogative Court

Richard Ennis, formerly of Skinner-row, late of Lower Ormond-quay, in the City of Dublin, Merchant, deceased:...I hereby give (main bequest)...unto Richard Lynch, of High-street, and Daniel Treacy, of Dominick-street, both in the city of Dublin, gentlemen...

 

29 August 1846 (N) Repeal rent

...Linen-hall Ward...C. Kernan and Daniel Tracy, Esqrs.,...

 

2nd June 1848.
Edward Litton. Kernan and Treacy, Solicitors for the Plaintiff, 38, Lower Dominick-street, Dublin

 

3 June 1848 (N) Defence Fund

College Ward, per Messrs. T. Tracey and Thos. Halpin:- Old Ireland; P. and I.P., J. and T Tracey, A Conservative Repealer, and an Honest Protestant, £l. each...£4...

 

10 June 1848 (N) Tribute to John Mitchel

...Daniel Tracy, solicitor, Dominick-st...

 

7 June 1856 (N)

...Agents-Messrs. Kernan and Tracey.

 

8 August 1857 (N)

...Kernan and Treacy, Solicitors, 55 Lower Dominick street...

 

May 2, 1859 (FJ) City Election

...the sub-sheriff, Mr. Tracy...

 

4 June 1859 (N)

...Messrs. Kernan & Tracy, 13, Cork-hill...

 

August 19, 1859 (FJ) To Richard O'Gorman, Jun, Esq, of New York

...D. Treacy, Sub sheriff, City of Dublin...

 

1 February 1861 (FJ) Richardson v. Richardson

...19th January 1860...On that day he paid Mr. Daniel Tracy, the sub-sheriff, the fee of three guineas...His Lordship made the following order:- "That Daniel Tracy, Esq., late sub-sheriff of the city of Dublin...

 

2 Feb 1861 (BL) Court of Probate, Dublin

...Under-Sheriff of the County and City of Dublin, for the repayment of two guineas...he paid Mr. Daniel Tracy [late sub-sheriff] out of his own pocket, three guineas for summoning a jury...Mr. Henry, solicitor, said he appeared for Mr. Tracy having acted for him as returning officer in 1859.

 

21 February 1861 (FJ)

...Mr. Daniel Tracy, attorney, late sub-sheriff for the city of Dublin...

 

April 1861 Probate Court

...Mr. Tracy, sub-sheriff...

 

January 1862 Landed Estates

City of Dublin. Johnston Holland, owner, William Carroll, petitioner. The dwelling house and premises No. 4 Lower Pembroke street, held for 77 years from 1857; profit rent £28/0/8. Sold to Mr. D. Tracy, in trust, for £470.

24 January 1862 (FJ) Landed Estates Court Sales

In the matter of the estate of Johnston Holland, owner; William Carvill, petitioner.

Dwellinghouse and premises, No.4 Lower Pembroke street, held for a term of 77 years, from the 29th day of september 1857, subject to the yearly rent of £20 sterling; profit rent £28. Mr. D. Tracy was the purchaser, in trust, at £470.

 

8 March 1862 (FJ) Strange and Important Case

...Mr. Patrick Falkner of 33 Henry-street...his landlords, Messrs Kernan and Treacy, solicitors...his brother, since dead...under a lease dated 1851...about 15 years ago, under a decree of the court of chancery, the property was sold, a portion of it being purchased by Mr. Kirkpatrick and the other by Messrs. Kernan and Treacy...

March 1862

...Mr. Tracy, of the firm of Kernan and Tracy, was examined, and deposed that in 1851 he purchased the interest of the late Marshall Henderson, in the house, 33 Henry street. He received the rent regularly from Mr. Faulknor's brother, and afterwards from the compliant himself. There was no rent due on the premises...The several informations sworn in the case were read, and a deed of conveyance between the Sheriff of the city to Mr. Tracy for the premises, 33 Henry street, was read...

29 March 1862 (FJ) Extraordinary Charge against Bailiffs

...Mr. Patrick Falkner, grocer, Henry-street...brother's death two years ago...I paid a rent of £60 a year to Mr. Tracy, of the firm of Kernan and Tracy...Mr. F. Kernan...purchased in May 1850 at a sheriff's sale.

 

May 1862

Kernan and Tracy, 13 Cork Hill

 

4 November 1862 (FJ) The O'Connell National Statue

...Wood-Quay Ward...Kernan and Tracy, Cork Hill...

 

30 January 1863 (FJ)

...Charles Kernan and Richard Treacy, defendant's attorneys...

 

January 1864

...Charles Kirwan and Richard Treacy, defendant's attorneys...

 

February 1864 to 1871 London Gazette

Inland Revenue - Copy of Bankers Returns - Persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists

J.D. Howlett, Tullow House, Thomastown, Kilkenny (Gentleman) and Daniel Treacy, Cork Hill, Dublin (Solicitor)

Daniel Treacy, Cork Hill, Dublin (Gentleman)

 

26 September 1865 Cork Examiner

... Daniel Treacy, Esq., from the Clerkship of the Crown for the King's County, to that held by tbe late George Pilkington, Esq., for the Queen's County. His Excellency ...

 

9 April 1866 (FJ) To be let

...apply to Messrs. Kernan and Treacy, Solicitors, 13 Cork-hill, Dublin.

 

July 15th, 1865. List of electors, City of Dublin.

Daniel Tracy, 13 Cork hill

 

12 September 1865 (FJ) Court of Bankruptcy

In the matter of Daniel Thomas Tracey of Auburn Villa, Rathgar in the county of Dublin, surviving partner of Thomas Doran and Daniel Thomas Tracey, trading as flax spinners as the Salmon Leap Mills (Leixlip) in the County of Dublin under the name, style and firm of Thomas Doran and Company...Kernan and Treacy, agents to the Bankruptcy, No.13 Cork-hill, Dublin.

16 October 1865 IT

In the matter of Daniel Thomas Tracey of Anburnvilla?, Rathgar, in the county of Dublin, surviving partner in the firm of Thomas Doranand Daniel Thomas Tracey, trading as Flax Spinners at the Salmon Leap Mills, Leixlip, in the county of Dublin, under the name, style and firm of Thomas Doran and Company, a bankrupt.

4 November 1865 (FJ) Court of Bankruptcy and Insolvency

In re Daniel Thomas Tracey. The bankrupt who was the partner of Thomas Doran, deceased, in the Salmon Leap Flax Spinning Mills Comapny, county of Dublin...Mr Kernan QC, instructed by Messrs Kernan and Tracy, was councel for the bankrupt.

...the bankrupt in 1853 entered into partnership with Mr Thomas Doran to carry on the Salmon Leap Flax Spinning Mills...he invested £1400 in the business and up to the of the death of Mr Doran in March 1865 only drew out of the concerns the sum of £50...was a second class clerk in the Poor Law Office. His salary was £290 a year and there ought to be an allocation for the benifit of the creditors...

November 1865 Court of Bankruptcy

David Thomas Tracy, partner of Thomas Doran, deceased, in the Salmon Leap Flax Spinning mills, county of Dublin. Messrs. Kernan and Tracy appeared for the bankrupt. Mr. Larkin said that the bankrupt was at present a clerk at a salary of £290 a year and he asked to have a portion of his salary allocated for the benefit of the creditors.

November 1865 Bankrupt

Daniel Thomas Tracy, of Anbura? ville, Rathgar, in the county of Dublin, surviving partner in the firm of Thomas Doran and Daniel Thomas Tracy trading as flax spinners, at Salmon Leap Mills, under the firm of Thomas Doran and Company.

2 March 1866 (FJ) Bankruptcy

In re D.T. Tracey...machinery...passed to assignees.

10 March 1866 (FJ) Bankruptcy

In re Thomas Tracey. Sale. The bankrupt was proprietor of flax mills at Leixlip...mortgage purchased at £1325...

8 June 1870 (FJ) The Bankruptcy of Mr. Charles Kernan

The Clerk of the Peace for Dublin, Mr. Charles Kernan, attorney, [applied for banruptcy]...The bankrupt not having filed acts of partnership with Mr. Tracey, an adjournment was ordered until November.

20 April 1871 (FJ) Rolls Court

Charles Barnwall v. Charles Kernan and Daniel Tracey...moved in the case that the names of the defendants might be struck off the file of solicitors...March 1867...settlement for £2073...Mr. Daniel Tracey took it saying he would invest it...never made...

21 July 1871 (FJ) Rolls Court

...a bill was filed by Mr. Charles Barnwell, praying that Mr. Charles Kernan and Mr. Daniel Tracey might be ordered to replace and make good two sums of £1666/18/6and £615...With respect to Tracey...he had no option but to direct that he be removed from the roll of solicitors of the court...

2 December 1871 (FJ) Insolvent Debtors

Petitions Filed Against. Nov. 30. Daniel Tracy, late of No. 12 Cork-hill, in the city of Dublin, gentleman, attorney.

1 February 1872 (FJ) Court of Common Pleas

Daniel Tracey v. Charles Barnwell...to recover a sum of £77 on foot of a mortgage...

17 April 1872 (FJ)

Kernan v. Barnwell...an action had been brought in the name of Messrs. Kernan and Tracy, solicitor, for the recovery of a bill of costs...

20 April 1872 (FJ)

Kernan and another v. Barnwell...Mr. Charles Kernan in favour of Mr. [Daniel?] Thomas Tracy

22 April 1872 (FJ) Court of Queen's Bench

In re Daniel Tracey, an insolvent debtor...writ of habeas corpus ad testificamlum...confined in the Marshalsea under the process of contempt...

25 April 1872 (FJ) Court of Bankruptcy and Insolvency

In re Daniel Tracey - the insolvent had been an attorney and solicitor. He was arrested in May 1870 and since has been confined in the Four Courts Marshalsea...Mr Daniel Tracey sworn...he said several actions have been brought by his brother against parties to recover sums of money due to the late firm of Kirnan and Tracey; He assigned these specific debts in 1868 before his arrest; He executed no assignment since his arrest, which took place in 1870; he assigned a debt due by Mr. Barnwell and the costs owed; He also assigned legacies to another brother, Felix; this was either at the end of '68 or beginning of '69; He owed his brother Felix several thousand pounds for paid cash; He owed his other brother three times as much as he got from him. He was clerk of the Crown for King's County, which he resigned this month. For years the salary was received by the Hibernian Bank. He has no property at all...any real property is mortgaged for more than its value...The members of his family gave the firm of Kernan and Tracey £10,000 for which they received one assignment of about £1,500...He had not one schilling in the world...

April 1872 Kernan and another v. Barnwell

Deed of assignment executed by Mr. Charles Kernan in favour of Thomas Tracy, both of whom some time since practised as a firm of solicitors under the name of Kernan and Tracy...

July 1874 Murray V. Tracy

...move that Mr. Daniel Tracy, solicitor, be discharged from an attachment issued in July 1871, for certain books of account...

5 November 1874 (FJ) Court of Insolvency

In re Daniel Tracey...to hear the insolvents petition for discharge...the accounts filed extended from 1844 to 1874, a period of 30 years...

26 November 1874 (FJ) Court of Bankruptcy

In re Daniel Treacy - The bankrupt was a solicitor and had been a member of the well-known firm of Kernan and Treacy. Liabilities to the extent of over £40,000 were returned upon schedule, £10,000 being to the Hibernian Bank, of which the bankrupt was one of the solicitors. The petition was filed by a creditor so far far back as September 1871, but the schedule was not furnished until the present year...Superioress and community of St Brigid's Convent, Mountrath [£1800 entrusted to him]...Mr. Treacy stated that the Rev. Felix Treacy had acted very generously toward the firm of Kernan and Treacy, and had advance in the last year or so of the partnership no less than £3,600 for which he had obtained mortgages of property scarcely equal to his advances...the assingess felt that they could not press for further punishment than the bankrupt had already volunteerily subjected himself to, he having been in custody since the 3rd May 1870, and having now made a full disclosure of his estate and effects...The order of discharge was then made out, and the bankrupt was liberated.

 

14 November 1867 (FJ) Sympathy for his holiness the Pope

...inhabitants of Dublin, Kildare and Wicklow...Daniel Treacy, Cork Hill...

 

5 August & 9 September 1869 (FJ)

Pursuant to a Degree of the High Court of Chancery made in the cause wherein his Eminence Paul Cardinal Cullen is plaintiff and Charles Kernan, Daniel Treacy and her Majrestry's Attorney-General for Ireland are defendants, the creditors of Edward Gallagher, late of Barstown, in the county of Meath, Grazier and Farmer, decreased, who died on or about the 20th day of October 1869...13 Cork-Hill...

 

2 April 1870 Irish Times

Landed Estates

In the matter of the estate of Daniel Treacy owner and Eliza Mary Byrne petitioner.

(Ballincarra Weston, South Liberties, Limerick & Ballyrackane and Drishane Tipperary & Raheen (Kilkenny/Laois) & Barryhill (Kilkenny) & Mountrath (Laois) & 33 Henry Street Dublin)

8 June 1870 (FJ) Landed Estates Court

In the matter of the Estate of Daniel Treacy, trustee and executor of Patrick Murray, deceased, owner, Esparte; Ellen Moore, spinster, Petitioner

...public auction...fee farm, free of rent, part of the lands of the Ward, Lower or North Ward, containing 40a 0r 6p, statute measure, situated in the barony of Castleknock and county of Dublin...The lands for sale are situated on the road from Dublin to Ashbourne, about six miles from Dublin, within a short distance of the six mile house...

13 June 1870 Irish Times

Landed Estates

In the matter of the estate of Daniel Treacy trustee and executer of Patrick Murray deceased owner and Ellen Moore Spinster petitioner.

(lands North Ward Castleknock Dublin)

9/11 June 1870 Irish Times

Landed Estates

In the matter of the estate of Daniel Treacy owner expartate and Guinness Mahon & Co petitioner.

(4 Lower Pembroke St Dublin… residue of 77 years from 1857… yearly rent £20…)

11 June 1870 (FJ) Landed Estates Court

In the matter of the Estate of Daniel Treacy owner; Guinness Mahon and Company petitioners

...house and premises, thereon, known as No.4 Lower Pembroke street, in the Parish of St. Peter and City of Dublin, held under lease dated 17th day of december 1857 for 77 years from the 29th September 1857, formerly the estate of said Daniel Treacy...

June 1870 Landed Estate

Estate of David Tracy owner; Guinness Mahon and Company petitions

The dwelling house of No.4 Lower Pembroke street held for a residue of a term of 77 years from the 29th September 1857, subject to the yearly rent of £20 and producing a profit rent of about £52/10/0. Sold to Mr. R. Guinness for £430.

Estate of Davis Tracy, trustee and executor of Patrick Neary, deceased, owner; ex parte Ellen Moore spinster petitioner

Part of the lands of the Ward Lower or North West, fee farm, barony of Castleknock. Sold to Mr. James Geoghegan for £1925

28th June 1870: In the Matter of the Estate of Daniel Treacy, owner, Guinness Mahon and Company, Petitioner, leasehold premises consisting of a plot of ground, dwelling house and premises known as no.4 Lower Pembroke Street in the Parish of St. Peter in the City of Dublin...

10/11 June 1870 Irish Times

Landed Estates

In the matter of the estate of Daniel Treacy owner and John Hobbs Peart petitioner.

(??? Court or Market Square Mounthrath and other property in Mountrath)

5th July 1870: In the Matter of the Estate of Daniel Treacy, owner, John Hobbs Peart, petitioner

The dwelling house, ground and premises situated at Thomas Court or Market Square in the town of Mountrath The Double Grist Mill, with the yard fronting the same, and the passage leading thereto. from the Street of Mounthrath, together with the liberty of the river or mill race bounding same The plot of ground in the town of Mouthrath known as Green's Lot; The plot of ground known as Lockington's holding; and The plot of ground in said town of Mountrath, with the houses thereon...

 

22 July 1871 Cheshire Observer

Important To The Legal Profession

“... Daniel Treacy, one of a firm of solicitors, was struck off the rolls of solicitors for having, without the knowledge of his partner, misappropriated £1,700, which bad ... ”

 

1871

The ballot having been examined, the following gentlemen were elected as Members of the Society…Daniel Thomas Tracey.

The ballot for the election of Members of Council was then examined by Daniel Thomas Tracey, Esq…

Neilson Handcock, W (1871) Plan for Management Dublin Municipal debts. p.394 & 501

 

8 February 1872 (FJ)

Mary Boylan, administratix of John Boylan deceased, Owner; Expartate Charles Kernan, Daniel Treacy and his Eminence Paul Cardinal Cullen, Petitioners...lands of Pheboxtown otherwise Phepoestown, containing 133a 2r 14p situated in the parish of Kilmore...Meath held under lease dated 16th May 1788 for 900 years and producing a profit rent of £127/4/9, valuation £168/10/0...

 

1874 Proceedings of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland

Twenty-Seventh Session.—Fourth Meeting. [Tuesday, 21st April, 1874.] The Society met at the Leinster Lecture Hall, 35, Molesworth street... The ballot having been examined, the following gentlemen were elected as Members of the Society :—...Daniel Thomas Tracey.

1876 Landowners in Ireland (over 1 acre)

The examination of the voluminous returns received from the clerks of the several unions, the checking the area and valuation in each, and the subsequent re-arrangement and consolidation of the union returns into county returns, as well as the general arrangement and summarizing of them, and carrying them through the press, has devolved up the statistical department of this office, the principal of which, Mr Daniel Thomas Tracey, has discharged the heavy additional duty thus thrown upon him with much zeal and intelligence and in a manner which, in the opinion of the Board, merits the highest commendation.

29 November 1876 (FJ) The Statistical Society

...members...D. Tracey...

26 April 1877 (FJ) Statistical and Social Inquiry society

...D Treacy...

16 March 1878 (FJ) ...Local Government and Taxation of Towns...

...and to the statistics of Dr. Neilson Hancock and Mr. Tracey...

 

May 31, 1902 (IT) Death of Mr. Charles Kernan

...92nd year...He was admitted a solicitor in 1840...He was a partner in the once influential firm of Kernan and Tracey, and in that capacity became one of the trustees in connection with the project to found a Catholic University in Ireland. His partner got into financial difficulties...The fall of Mr. Tracey practically broke up the firm, which at the time wasone of the most important in Ireland and occupied the splendid offices on Cork Hill now used as municipal departments...

 

Newspaper references for Galway and Longford:

 

1868 Landed Estates Court – January 21

County of Galway

Estate of James Whyte, owner; John Degan and another petitioner

Lot 2, the life-estate of the owner in the dwelling house, offices and lands of Ballycortan, containing 120 statute acres; profit of rent £100. Sold to D. Tracey [of Dublin?], in trust, at £350. Solicitor James Blacquiere

County of Longford

Estate of George Crawford and others, owners; Charles J. Burke Petitioner

Lot 1. Part of the lands of Lisbrack, containing 13 a, 2r, 29 p. Statute measures, hold for one life or 31 years; profit rent £42 5s. Sold to D. Tracy, for £320

The Irish law times and solicitors' journal, Volume 1, p.803

22 January 1868 (FJ) Galway

Lot 2. The life estate [now aged 54 years] of the owner [James Whyte] in the dwelling house, offices and lands of Ballycorban, containing 120 statute acres; net yearly profit rent, £1000. Mr. D Tracey was the buyer, in trust...

 

Newspaper references for Offaly:

 

30 January 1863 (FJ) King's County

We believe there is no doubt that Mr. Treacy, of the firm of Kernan and Treacy, has been appointed Clerk of the Crown for the King's County, in the room of the late Mr. Pemberton. From the character of Mr. Treacy, and the high standing in the profession of the firm to which he belongs, the appointment cannot fail of giving general satisfaction.

 

January 1863

We believe there is no doubt that Mr. Treacy, of the firm of Kiernan and Treacy, has been appointed Clerk of the Crown for King’s County, in the room of the late Mr. Pemberton. From the character of Mr. Treacy, and the high standing in the profession of the firm to which he belongs, this appointment cannot fail of giving general satisfaction.

 

17 March 1864 (FJ) King's County

...sworn by Daniel Treacy, Esq, Clerk of the Crown...

 

26 September 1865 (FJ) Vacant Clerkship of the Crown

The Lord Lieutenant has sanctioned the transfer of Daniel Treacy, Esq, for the Clerkship of the Crown for the King's County to that held by the late George Pilkington, Esq, for the Queen's County. His Excellency has conferred the appointment rendered vacant by Mr. Treacy's transfer on Joseph Lyons, Esq, of Maryborough.

 

10 March 1865 (FJ) Kings Co

...Daniel Tracey, Esq., clerk of the crown...

 

21 July 1865 (FJ) King's County

...clerk of the crown, Daniel Tracy, Esq...

 

1865 Kings County

Daniel Treacy, Clerk of the Crown

 

 

Newspaper references for Sligo:

 

11 October 1869 (FJ) Sligo Election

Mr Sergreant Armstrong QC...I was returned for Sligo...my sole agent was Mr. Tracey, of Messrs Kernan and Tracey...

 

12 October 1869 (FJ) Sligo Election

Mr. Thomas Foley...I got £180 of the money brought by Messrs Byrne and Tracy and divided it amoungst those of Sergeant Armstrongs supporters...Thomas Tracey £15...

 

21 December 1869 (FJ)

...Mr. Tracy, solicitor...examined.

 

22 December 1869 (FJ)

...Mr Daniel Tracy sworn...I was Sergeant Armstrong's conducting agent in '65....£500 [was used for expenses, none to voters]

 

December 1869 Sligo Election Commission

...Mr. Tracy, solicitor and his broth-in-law, Mr. Byrne...Mr. Daniel Tracy, solicitor, deposed that he conducted in '65 for Sergeant Armstrong, and spent $500 on the occasion, £140 of which was for non-electors and remainder in legal expenses...Mr Tracy, solicitor, gave evidence too with reference to the election of 1865 and denied any promises were made to voters. He expressed surprise that £900 was applied for after the election...

 

 

Newspaper references for Westmeath:

 

31 January 1863 (FJ) Tenant Rights

Parish of Mullingar...Messrs Kernan and Tracy...

 

 

Charitable Contributions:

 

May 26, 1849 (FJ) General Relief Fund

D. T. Tracy, Esq., Kensington terrace, Rathmines £2...

 

April 9, 1851 (FJ) Propagation of the Faith

...T D Tracey, Esq, Kensington terrace £1.1.8...

 

April 9, 1853 (FJ) Propagation of the Faith

...JD Tracey, Esq, Kensington terrace Rathmines, annual subscription £1.1.8...

 

December 3, 1853 (FJ) Priest for Emigrants

...DT Tracey, Esq, Rathmines £1...

 

May 5, 1855 (FJ) The Association for the Propagation of the Faith

...DT Tracey, Esq, Castlewood Avenue (annually) £1.1.8...

 

November 13, 1855 (FJ) Catholic Deaf and Dumb

...Mr. Daniel Thomas Tracey, Castlewood avenue, Rathmines £1...

 

December 11, 1855 (FJ) New Roman Catholic Church Rathmines

...Thomas D Tracy...

 

December 7, 1857 (FJ) Catholic Institution for Deaf and Dumb

...Mr. TD Tracy, Castlewood Avenue, Rathmines £1...

 

January 18, 1859 (FJ) Catholic Deaf and Dumb

...Mr. TD Tracy, Rathmines £1...

 

12 July 1861 (FJ) Deaf and Dumb, Cabra

...Mr. DT Tracy, Castlewood Avenue, Rathmines £1...

 

12 July 1862 (FJ) Deaf and Dumb, Cabra

Renewed subsrcriptions...Mr. DT Tracy, Castlewood Avenue, Rathmines £1...

 

9 July 1863 (FJ) Association for the propagation of the Faith

D T Tracy, Esq (annual) £1/1/8

 

26 Febraury 1864 (FJ)

From Malahide...Mr Tracey...5s...

 

4 May 1864 (FJ) Association for the propagation of the Faith

D T Tracy, Esq, Poor Law Commission Office, annual £1/1/8

 

13 June 1864 (FJ) Catholic Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Cabra

Mr D T Tracy, Malahide £1

 

20 August 1864 (FJ) Arrival at the Royal Hotel, Malahide

...Mr and Mrs Tracy from Dublin...

 

5 May 1865 (FJ) Association for the propagation of the Faith

...D.T. Tracy, Rathgar (annual) £1/1/8...

 

22 July 1865 (N) Catholic Institute Deaf and Dumb, Cabra

...Mr. D T Tracey, Rathgar £1...

 

10 May 1866 (FJ) Association for the propagation of the Faith

...D.T. Tracy, Esq, Rathgar (annual) £1/1/8...

 

23 August 1866 (FJ)

The name...of Mr Daniel Thomas Tracy, Rathgar, was omitted in our list of those who attended the Cardinal's reception.

 

16 October 1866 (FJ) The Rev Jeremiah J. Clarke PP Testimonial

...D.T. Tracey, Esq, Auburn Villa, Rathgar 10s...

 

20 October 1866 (N) The Rev. Jeremiah J. Clarke P.P. Testimonial

...D.T. Tracy, Esq, Auburn Villa, Rathgar 10s...

 

8 July 1867 (FJ) Catholic Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Cabra

Collections...renewed annual subscriptions...Mr. D.T. Tracey, Blackrock...£1

 

9 May 1868 (FJ) Association for the Propagation of the Faith

...DT Tracy, Esq, Blackrock (annual)...

 

22 June 1868 (FJ) Deaf & Dumb, Cabra

...Mr DT Tracey, Blackrock...

 

5 July 1869 (FJ) Catholic Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Cabra

Collections...Mr. D.T. Tracey, Blackrock...£1

 

7 July 1870 (FJ) Catholic Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Cabra

Mr. D.T. Tracy, Carysfort avenue, Blackrock

 

25 November 1870 (FJ) Sympathy with the Pope

D.F. Tracey, Carysfort avenue, Blackrock

 

9 January 1871 (FJ) The President of the Conference...St Vincent De Paul

- Tracey, Esq., Carsfort-avenue 10s

 

6 May 1871 (FJ) Association for the propagation of the Faith

D.T. Tracy, Esq., Blackrock (annual) £1/1/8

 

29 November 1871 (FJ) The Education Question

Daniel T. Tracy, Blackrock

 

July 1873 National Work of Charity

Annual Subscriptions...Mr. D.T. Tracy, Blackrock £1...

 

23 October 1876 (FJ) Jervis street Hospital

...Mr. Tracey, Blackrock £1...

 

11 May 1870 (FJ) Association for the Propagation of the Faith

DT Tracy, Esq, Blackrock (annual) £1/1/8

 

8 November 1876 (FJ) Catholic University Fund

D.T. Tracey, do [Blackrock], do [Dublin] £1

C.H. Tracey, do [Blackrock], do [Dublin] £1

 

14 April 1877 (FJ) St. Michaels Hospital, Kingstown

...D.T. Tracey, Carysfort avenue, Blackrock £1...

 

April 1877 Mater Misericordiae Hospital

Subscriptions...Mr. W.T. Tracy, Carysfort avenue, Blackrock £1...

 

July 1877 Catholic Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Cabra

Collections...Mr. D.T. Tracey, Carysfort avenue, Blackrock...£1

 

19 April 1878 (FJ) Association for the propagation of the Faith

...Mr. D.J. Tracey, Blackrock £1/1/8...

 

July 1880 Catholic Institute for the Deaf and Dumb, Cabra

Mr. D.T. Tracy, Blackrock £1

 

August 1883 Catholic Institute for the Deaf and Dumb, Cabra

Mr. D.T. Tracey, Caryfort avenue, Blackrock £0/10/0

 

 

 

Last update: 03 August 2017