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References from 1800 to 1899

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References from 1900 onwards

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General references for Dublin

 

 

 

5 July 1900 Freeman's Journal

...Mary Tracy, ea facry girl, living in South Earl street...

 

Oct 13, 1900 & Oct 20, 1900 (IT) Alleged Assault

A sailor named Robert Tracy was charged with assault on Catherine Kerston...prisoner and wife occupied rooms in the house in Summerhill...asked for the return of two smoothing irons...she was under the influence of drink...case withdrawn.

 

1900 Birth (Australian Archives)

John Christopher Tracey

Service Number - S2095 

Date of birth - 23 Dec 1900 

Place of birth – Dublin Ireland

Place of enlistment - Sydney

Next of Kin – Harriet Tracey

http://naa12.naa.gov.au/scripts/Imagine.asp?B=4527716

 

1900- Guinness Brewery Employees

Christina Treacy (b. 21/05/1962 d. 25/12/1998), Employee ID:27319, Cleaner in  Administrative Department

Edward Treacy (b. 10/02/1907 d. 11/02/1984),  Employee ID: 19326, Date Joined: 18/05/1931, Painter in Engineers Department, Spouse: Margaret Treacy

James Tracey (b. 01/12/1873 d. 12/03/1955), Employee ID: 10066, Date Joined: 31/10/1902, Navvy in Engineers Department, Spouse: Bridget Tracey

Matthew Tracey (b. 22/08/1880), Employee ID: 9700, Date Joined: 03/04/1902, Date Left: 21/05/1913, Labourer in Brewhouse Department

Patrick Tracey (b. 09/05/1893 d. 29/07/1978), Employee ID: 17640, Date Joined: 30/05/1921, Fitter's Helper Engineers Department, Spouse: Elizabeth Tracey

William Tracy (d. 15/02/1878 d. 22/02/1952), Employee ID: 8560, Date Joined: 12/02/1900, Sawyer in Cooper Department

William Treacy (b. 09/06/1893 d. 01/03/1962), Employee ID: 16383, Date Joined: 03/11/1919, Cross Channel Labourer in Traffic Department, Spouse: Christina Treacy

http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/en/GenealogySearch.aspx

 

The last horse drawn tram in the city operated on the 13 January 1901 on the Northumberland Road to The Star of the Sea Church, Sandymount route. Regrettably on this final day of horse tram operation in the city, a Ralph Patterson was knocked down and sustained 2 broken legs but the driver of the tram, Thomas Treacy, was later exonerated from all blame in court due in part to the testimony of a police inspector who happened to be a passenger on the tram at the time of the accident.

James Scannell. From Horse Drawn Trams to LUAS: A Look at Public Transport in Dublin from the 1870's to the Present Time. Dublin Historical Record, Vol. 59, No. 1 (Spring, 2006), pp. 5-18

Feb 2, 1901 (IT) The Horse Tram Fatality

Thomas Treacy, a drived in the employment of the United Tramways Company, was charged...with causing the death of Ralph Patterson...in one of the last runs of the old horse tramcars...discharged Treacy.

Jun 22, 1901 (IT) Action against Tramway Company

Dublin United Tramways Comany...Ralph Patterson who was knocked down opposite Begger's Bush Barracks...Thomas Tracy, the driver...charges were dismissed...verdict for defendants...

 

May 30, 1901 (IT)

...Jervis street hospital, where he was attended by...Mr. R.J. Treacy...[Richard, b. Tipperary see 1901 census]

               Richd. Joseph Treacy, 5 James St, Tipperary, L.A.H. Dub. 1926; (Cecilia St Dub)

 

Jun 17, 1901 (IT) Strange Drowning Cases in Dublin
...Upper Ormond Quay...On the body was found a letter bearing the name and address of John Tracy, 7 Bolton street...established identity...a labourer, aged 26 years...

Jun 18, 1901 (IT) Death from Immersion in the Liffey

...John Tracy, a labourer, who resided at 7 Bolton street...unsound mind...

 

Jul 27, 1901 (IT) The Custody of a Child

...Mary Ellen Forbes, the minor, was for three years preceeding the death of her father, which took place on 17th December 1900, residing with Mrs. James Tracy...Mrs. Tracy...also a protestant...resided at 20 Thorncastle street, Ringsend...

 

Jul 13, 1901 (IT) Militia - Royal Garrison Artillery

Dublin City Artillery (Southern Division) - C.F. Tracey, gentleman, to be Second Lieutenant.

Jul 18, 1901 (IT) The Army

Charles Francis Tracey, gentleman, has been gazetted Second Lieutenant in the Dublin City Artillery...

 

Sep 11, 1901 (IT) School Attendence Prosecutions

...attendence orders were made against...John Treacy, 32 Upper Mercer street...

 

Nov 15, 1901 (IT) City Sessions

A woman of respctable appearance, named Alvina Tracy, was indicted for having on various occasions neglected and exposed her three children - Ernest, Edith and Alvina - all under the age of 16 years...Mr. John Tracy, husband of the accused atated that he was a lithographic printer, and had been married to the prisoner for 12 years. About eleven months ago she had been prosecuted under the Children's Protection Act...visited Mrs. Tracy at [11?] Lower Kevin street...the woman had been put out her room...

 

Nov 29, 1901 (IT) St Andrew Coll, 4th v. Wesley Coll...win for St. Andrews by 2 tries (Tracy/Tracey and O'Brien) to nil...

 

 

 

 1901 Census of Ireland

 Full listings alphabetically and by area as published by the National Archives 1901 Census of Ireland
 
 

 

1901 Census of England

Ann Tracey, 50, Dublin Ireland, Cotton Card, Preston, Lancashire

Catherine Tracy, 50, Ireland Dublin, Machine Feeder Woolen, Dewsbury, Yorks

Elizabeth Tracey, 55, Ireland Dublin, West Ham, Borough Of West Ham

Margaret Tracey, 12, Ireland Dublin, Juvenile, Norbury, Cheshire

Michael Tracy, 66, Dublin Ireland, Major Royal Artillery Retired, Plymouth, Devon

Patrick Tracy, 41, Dublin Ireland, Journeyman Tailor, St Giles, Northamptonshire

Rhoda Tracey, 36, Ireland Dublin, Monthly Nurse, Paddington, London

Sarah Tracy, 26, Ireland Dublin, General Ser Domestic, Bootle Cum Linacre, Bootle

 

1901 Census - D, Hamilton (city/cité), Ontario, Canada

John Tracey           Head                      M            58 [12 May 1843?]                Ireland, R Cath,

Annie Tracey         Wife                       F             55 [13 Aug 1845]                  Ireland, R Cath,

Mary Tracey          Daughter                F             29 [8 Dept 1870]                   No Scotia, R Cath,

Maggie Tracey       Daughter                F             27 [22 Dec? 1873] Ireland, R Cath,

Edward Tracey      Son                        M            21 [8 Oct 1879?]                   England, , R Cath, day clerk

Beatrice Tracey      Daugh                    F             17 [1 Dec? 1882]                  Dublin, R Cath,  [Tracey, Beatrice Maud, Dublin South, 4th Quarter 1882 2 613]

William Tracey      Son                        M            16 [7 June 1884]                   [" = Dublin?] Ireland, , R Cath,

 

1901-1905 Index of Men of the Royal Garrison Regiment         

This is yet another of my on-going projects. To date I have indexed nearly 5000 men of the RGR who enlisted from 1901 until the demise of the unit in 1905. Some of these men (normally those in South Africa) continued to serve past 1905, indeed a handful were still in service by the start of WW1. They formed 5 Battalions in total, serving in the UK, Malta, Gibraltar, Canada & South Africa and freed up thousands of regular troops for service in the 2nd Boer War.             

The index below contains the RGR Number, Name, Place of Birth and Former unit where known. I have more details in my on-going files.

6064, Thomas Tracey, St. Peters Dublin, RDF

http://www.britishmedals.us/files/rgr.htm

 

Sep 7, 1901 (IT)

88 William J Treacy, Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick. 3126

Sep 7, 1901 (IT) Latin

Junior Grade - Prizes of £2

William J Treacy, Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick.

Aug 8, 1903 (IT) Royal University of Ireland

Second University Examination in Arts...Bernard J. Tracy, Mungret College, S.J., Limerick

Jul 29, 1904 (IT) Royal University of Ireland

The Degree of Batchelor of Arts...Bernard J. Tracy, Patrick C. Tracy...

Aug 7, 1909 (IT) Second University Exam in Arts

Edward PJJ Treacy, Mount St Alphonsus, Limerick

Nicholas B. Treacy, Belmont House, Stillorgan

Jul 30, 1909 (FJ)

Second University Examination in Arts 1909. Pass...Edward P.J.J. Treacy, Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick; Nicholas B. Treacy, Belmont House, Stillorgan...Michael Tracey, St. Munchin's Col., Limerick...

Jul 30, 1909 (FJ)

Michael Tracey, St. Munchin's Coll, Limerick

James Tracey, Belcamp Hall, Raheny

1909 Second University Examination in Arts

Edward P.J.J. Treacy, Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick

Nicholas B. Treacy, Belmont House, Stillorgan [Co. Dublin]

October 1910 IT

Mental and Moral Science

2nd Class...Nicholas B. Treacy, University College Dublin and Belmont House, Stillorgan

Oct 31, 1910 (FJ) BA Degree

Mental and Moral science...second class...Nicholas B. Treacy, Univ. Coll. Dublin and Belmont House, Stillorgan

1911 Nicholas Benedict Treacy, University College Dublin & Belmont House Stillorgan

Calendar for the year, National University of Ireland.

 

Fr. Nicholas Treacy, b. 1891, Clonfert Diocese, d. 21-04-1946, Belcamp [North Dublin - Nicholas Bernard Treacy].

11th December 1915 The Tablet

Prize Day At The Gregorian [Rome]...among the probati...Nicholas Treacy, 0.M.I...

Aug 29, 1922 (IT) Funeral

...Clergy present...Rev Brother Nicholas Tracey, John's Lane...

 

Nov 23, 1901 (IT) Association [Football]

Teams. University College...J.J. Tracey...

Jun 5, 1905 (IT) Annual meeting at Clongowes Wood

...cricket match of past and present Clongownians...past...J.J. Tracy...

Jun 9, 1905 (IT) New Barristers

John Joseph Treacy, only son of Daniel J. Treacy of Belle Vue, Mounrath, Queen's County, Soliciter.

Jun 26, 1905 (IT) Solicitors Apprentices Debating Society...Mr. J.J. Tracey will preside...

Law Students’ Debating Society of Ireland, King’s Inns, Dublin. Women suffrage: an address delivered at the inaugural meeting of the 77th session, on. 23rd October, 1906. by John J. Treacy.   Dublin: Sealy, Bryers & Walker, 1907.  pp. 35J.

Oct 24, 1906 & Oct 24, 1906 (IT) At the inaugural meeting of the Law Students Debating Society, held last evening in the Dining hall, King's Inn, an address on "Woman Sufferage" was read by the Auditor, Mr. J.J. Treacy...

Jan 15, 1906 (IT) Law Student Debating Society

...Affirmative...JJ Treacy...

Jan 27, 1906 (IT) Teams for Today

...Corinthians...JJ Treacy (capt)...

Oct 19, 1906 (IT) Law Students Debating Society

...The Auditor of the Society, Mr. J.J. Treacy, Barrister-at-Law, will deliver the inaugural address. Subject - "Woman Sufferage."...

1906-07 Auditor Law Students’ Debating Society Of Ireland, The Honorable Society Of King’s Inns

J J Treacy

Jun 8, 1908 (FJ) Clongowes Union

...The outgoing members...John Treacy - were elected...

Jun 8, 1908 (IT) Clongowes Union

...the co-option on the Committee of Mr. Tracy...

Jul 9, 1908 (IT) Funeral of the late Mr. Edward D'Alton, Solicitor

...present...J. Treacy, JJ Treacy...

Feb 13, 1909 (IT) Mercers Ball Committee

...Mrs. OJ Treacy...

Apr 8, 1909 (FJ) Leinster Cricket Union

...Mr. J.J. Treacy, Pembroke C.C. in the chair...

May 29, 1909 (IT) Mercers Bazaar

...Optimus Stall. Presidents...Mrs treacy, 50 Pembroke road...Miss Treacy...JJ Treacy...August 1909 IT Cricket

Gentlemen of Ireland's Tour in Canada and America...J.J. Treacy (Pembroke)

Apr 26, 1910 (IT) Pembroke CC

...Captain - J.J. Treacy...

16 June 1910 Cricket

Pembroke...J.J. Treacey...

Jun 25, 1910 (SS) The Clongowain Annual

...'Gentlemen of Ireland Cricket Team in Canada and USA 1909' by JJ Treacy...

March 1913 IT

A meeting of the Committee organising the young professional men of Dublin in support of Home Rule...Mr. J.J. Treacy...

'Fitzwilliam Jubilee Souvenir' Fitzwilliam's first fifty: half a century of Irish lawn tennis [1877-1927] by J.J. Treacy.  Dublin, Fitzwilliam Lawn Tennis Club, [1927] 54p. 

 

26 May 1902 IT

Treacey - At his residence, Terenure, John Treacey, to the great grief of his sorrowing wife and daughter, after a tedious illness, bourne with Christian resignation. R.I.P. Funeral on tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2.30 p.m.

 

17 November 1902 (IT) Death

Tracey - November 16, at 21 Gardiner's place, the Rev. Matthew Tracey, P.P. Rosenallis, Queen's County, aged 53 years. R.I.P. Funeral arrangements will be announced in to-morrows issue.

 

Jun 3, 1902 (IT) Death

Tracy - May 30, at St.Kevin's Park, Dublin, Catherine relict of the late Joseph E. Tracy, formerly of Grenville House, Cork, aged 30 years. R.I.P.

 

Sep 17, 1902 (IT) School Attendence Prosecutions

...James Treacy, 7 Taylor's Lane...

 

27 November 1902 Northants Evening Telegraph

Treacy - November 26 1902 at 28 Parkgate strret, Daniel Treacy; deeply regretted by his sorrowing daughters and a large circle of friends. RIP. Funeral for Glasnevin from Franciscan? Church, Merchants Quay, immediately after Requiem Mass at 9 o'clock on to-morrow (Friday) morning 28 inst.

 

Freemasons

Arthur C Treacy, 12 Jun 1911, Corinthian Lodge 179 Dublin, Electrical Engineer. Certified 21 Dec 1911. Resigned 1923.

Edward A Tracey, 6 Apr 1923, Excelsior  232 Dublin, Insurance Inspector, made 4/5/1923 made master 1/6/1923, certified 3 Jul 1923

George Tracey, 31 Jan 1922, Excelsior  232 Dublin, Contractor, made  3/3/1922, made master 6/9/1922, certified 25 Sep 1922

Robert Treacy, 7 Apr 1902, Lodge 2 Dublin, Commal Trav. Certified 12 May 1903. Died 1950.

 

Apr 18, 1903 (CT) Serious Accident at the Broadstone

A man named John Tracy of Geat Britian Street Dublin on Tuesday met with a serious accident at the new extension Broadstone Railway. It seems that Tracy who was employed by a contractor having charge of the new extension was working on the roof, when he lost his balance in some unaccountablre manner and fell headlong into a waggon which broke the fall. He was immediately picked up in an unconscious state and the Corporation ambulance summoned which arrived in good time, and conveyed the unfortunate man to the Matter Hospital, where he was found to have received serious injuries, and he now lies in a very precarious condition.

 

1903 Quebec Arrivals

J. Tracey, 30, b. Dublin Ireland, May 1903 Ship Name: Mount Temple

 

Jun 2, 1903 (IT) Trades Union Congress

...Shops (early Closing) Bill...Mr. Richard Tracy (Dublin) seconded the resolution...

 

Sep 1, 1903 (IT) Glass Breaking

...Hugh Tracy, a groom, was charged with having broken glass in the window of T.G. Wood of Parliment street. Prisoner was remanded.

Oct 12, 1903 (IT)

Hugh Tracy, against whom there was an indictment for having, on the 3rd August, broken a pane of plate-glass in the window of Mr. Timothy Woods, Partliament street, was found to be of unsound mind.

 

Nov 14, 1903 (SS)  Probate Court Dublin

The following gentlemen were sworn...Edward Tracey.

 

June 18, 1904 The Intermountain Catholic. (Salt Lake City [Utah])

A sawyer named Lenis [Denis?] Tracey, 25 Hardwicke street [Dublin], employed at the Beresford Place Sawmills, met with a serious accident on Thursday morning, his left hand being caught in the machine he was working at, crushing the thumb and fingers. He was treated by Dr. JJ Ryan at Jervis street hospital and detained a patient.

 

Another 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. He taught in Summerhill College and in the Technical School. 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.

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

Dec 7, 1929 (SS)

Professor John Rupert Tracey, who died at his residence, 6 St. Mary's terrace Sligo, was a well known member of the teaching profession who was born in the County Cork. President Cosgrave was a pupil of his when the late professor was on the staff of the Christian Brothers' School, James Street, Dublin.

Born at Youghal, sixty-one years ago, he was educated at the Christian Brothers local establishment and had a distinguished career. He joined the teaching profession at an early age, and taught at the Christian Brothers Schools Synge street, Dublin, as well as James' Street. 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 was on the professional staff of Summerhill College, Sligo, for the past 25 years.

Known in Sligo as "the father of Sein Fein", Professot Tracy was an esteemed figure in the life of the town, and his death was received with feelings og general regret. The funeral which took place on Thursday, was of a large dimensions, and of a representative nature, the late professors popularity being strikingly illustrated. The coffin, draped in the tri-colour, was borned from the church to the graveyard on the shoulders of a number of old friends, and many marks of respect were displayed during the progress of the cortege through the town. Sympathy will be extended to his widow and family, as well as his sister-in-law, Mrs Tracey, Catherine Street, Youghal, and his nephew, nieces and cousins in that town.

 

Sep 17, 1904 (IT) Association Football

Dublin...Ashfield...F. Tracy...

 

May 1, 1905 (IT) Dublin Poor Law Nominations

North City Ward - Joseph Treacy, 61 Mary street...

May 31, 1905 (IT) Local Government Elections

North City Ward... Joseph Treacy 143 votes [not elected]

 

Aug 14, 1905 (IT Fatal Fall from Window

Inquest and verdict...remains of Susanna Treacy...1 Little Ship street...Mary Malone, who resided in the same house...deceased woman was addicted to ???...Mr. Tracy asked his wife to get him some tea...Lilly Farrell, a niece of the deceased stated that Mr. Treacy was perfectly sober that evening. the husband of deceased was called and cautioned by the Coroner, he decided not to give evidence...

 

'Haverford', Queenstown to Phila 24 Sept 1905

James Tracy, 23, b. 1882 Ireland, shop assistant, lived Dublin, to uncle Chas Fleming Roundout NY, USC (not certified)

John Treacy, 17, b. 1888, lived Cullane [Limerick], married[?] wrote and rec'd reply two weeks before sailing Cambridge? Mass. Cousin Wm Cleary 125 Cherry St. Cousin here 9 years.

 

Sep 23, 1905 (IT)

...Alexander Treacy, car driver, Kill o' the grange...

 

Nov 9, 1905 (IT) Game Prosecutions

At Swords Petty sessions...James White of st. Josephs Swords and Joseph treacy...were convicted [shooting on the lands of Forest, near Swords]...

 

Dec 19, 1905 (IT) DMP

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

Nov 9, 1918 (IT) Police News

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

Apr 19, 1919 (IT) Police News

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

 

1905 Kelly's Directory

Daniel J. Tracey, 50 Pembroke road

William Tracy, Riverside house, Chapelizod R.S.O. Co. Dublin

 

1905 [Cd. 2475] Twenty-third report of the Royal University Ireland (for 1904).

Degrees conferred [Dublin?]...Batcheloe of Arts...Bernard Joseph Tracy, Patrick Cyril Tracy...

 

1905-1918 Dublin Metropolitan Police records

http://traceyclann.com/files/1905-1918%20Dublin%20Metropolitan%20Police.htm

 

Feb 5, 1906 (IT) Presbyterian Church

Adelaide road...Mr. Robt Treacy and Dr. Coey Bigger were added to the Committee.

 

May 19, 1906 (IT) Kingstown Administrative Suit

Treacy v. Cockburn...application of Mr. H.R. Treacy, of York street Kingstown, personal representative of his deceased wife, the late Mrs. Josephine Treacy, for an order...estate of the late Mr. William Cockburn, Kingsstown...a sum of £42.10s.8d bequest to the late Mrs. Treacy, under the will  of her father...

 

29 June 1906 The Church of Ireland Gazette

Great Southern & Western Railway Company, examination for clerkships 29th May 1906...held at the City of Dublin Technical Schools...Patrick Tracey...

 

Oct 22, 1906 (IT)

...float driver, employed at D'Arcy Brewery was charged with having caused the death of William Treacy, late of West Park, Glasnevin...Patrick Treacy, brother of Wm. Treacy, deposed that he, Charles Maguire and Treacy were driving in a dairy cart...Treacy was conveyed to Mercers Hospital, where he died on Friday morning...

October 1906

Accidental death of William Treacy, driver of a dairy van, employed by Mr. Doyle, West Park Glasnevin. Death occurred on Georges Quay on 19th October. Patrick Treacy, brother of the deceased, said that he had been thrown from the cart, and was run over by a dray from D'Arcy's Brewery.

 

February 1907. The friends of Mr. Patrick Daly entertained him to dinner at the Royal Mail Hotel, Kingstown on the occasion of his transfer in the Prudential Assurance Company. The usual toasts were enthusiastically drunk and songs were contributed by Messrs. Tracy, Smith, Lazenby, Fitzpatrick and Kennedy.

 

September 1907 IT

Tramways Thanks...Dublin United Tramway Co....large and unexpected bonus...Cabra Depot...H. Treacy, motorman...

Treacy - February 6, 1912, at his residence, 4 Avondale avenue, Phibsborough, Henry Treacy (late motorman D.U.T. Co.)

 

Sep 5, 1907 (IT) Fisherman Drowned at Howth

...Michael Kelly deposed that he took Carr up and brought him down the West Pier. He sat down on a box, and a man named Thomas Tracy came over and stated that he would see Carr on board his boat all right. Witness then left him in charge of Tracy. Tracy deposed that he did not remember seeing Kelly or taking charge of Carr...

 

Nov 22, 1907 (IT) Irish Wills

Mr. Joseph Boyle, of Ayr Villa, Howth, Co. Dublin, retired merchant, who died on 2th October...valued at £24,426.10s.1d...probate ...has been granted to Mr. Robert Tracey of 75 South Great Georges Street, Dublin, merchant...

 

Friesland Liverpool to Phila 25 Nov 1907

James Tracey, 24, b. 1883 Duleck [Meath] Ireland, married, fireman, lived New Castle England, father & mother Jas Tracey Clydes Cottage New Castle Co Dublin, passage paid by friend PPT, to cousin Dr R Tait Mackenzie 26 S 21st St Phila Pa (called for him). 5'8.5", fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes. [with one]

Mary W Tracey, 27, b. 1880 Devonport England, wife, lives New Castle England, father-in-law & mother Jas Tracey clydes Cottage New castle Co.  Dublin, cousin Dr. R. Tait Mackensie 26 S. 21st St Phila Pa, called for her, 5'9", fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes [with one]

 

Dec 28, 1907 (IT) Steevens Hospital

...Christmas entertainment...artists...Miss Ally Tracy, dance...

 

Apr 9, 1908 (FJ) Funeral of Mrs Mullins

...Drumcondra...attending...H.D. Treacy...E.J. Treacy...

 

7th May 1908 Evening Express [Wales]

While laughing and chatting with his doctor, who was dressing his injured ankle, yesterday, in Dublin, a married man named Jeremiah Treacy fell forward and died.

 

May 19, 1908 (IT) Charge of Bigamy

...Mrs Whelan, formerly Bridget Treacy, 41 Bow street...witness to marriage RC church North Anne street 5th August 1900...

 

May 21, 1908 (IT)

...Mr. Ed. Tracey, picture restorer...[Dublin]

 

Jul 2, 1908 & Sep 11, 1908 & Jun 12, 1909 (FJ) Racing-men in Motor Mishap

...Steevens's Hospital...House surgeon and Messrs Symth and Mr. T. E. Treacy, resident pupils...

Sep 22, 1908 (IT)

The following will represent Stevens Hospital today...T.E. Treacy...

 

Jul 24, 1908 (FJ) Empire Palace Theatre

Boxing Tournament to-night for Bantham-weight Championship. Thos. Treacy v. Jos. Beirne

 

Jul 16, 1908 (FJ) The Portmarnock Fatality

Funeral of Mr. Shepard...of 11 Grenville street, Mountjoy square...present...J. Tracy, D. Tracy, T. Tracy...

 

Aug 1, 1908 (FJ)

Parish of the Holy Family, Aughrim street...2s6d...M. Treacy...

Parish of Donneybrook...5s...Mr. P.J. Tracy...

 

Aug 16, 1908 (FJ) GAA Football League Championships [John Tracey, 164 Shelbourne Road, Ballsbridge]

...final tie for second place in the Junior League...St. Andrews (Dublin City) won...John Tracey...

19 May 1910 (FJ) GAA Dublin Football League

...Fixtures...at the Thatch...Minor - Crokes v. O'Connells, 12.45, Mr. John Treacey...

May 18, 1914 (FJ) Leinster Chamionships Dublin v. Wicklow

...Football...Dublin...J. Treacy...

29 July 1916 The Kerryman

Football Games At Frongoch Internment Camp. Kerry and Dublin Victorious...Dublin – J.Tracey (Mitchels) capt...[pdf]

The 1916 Leinster Junior Football Final was won by Dublin. J. Treacy of Dublin Scored a point in the first half (Dublin 2-7 Wexford 0-3).

Aug 4, 1917 (MC) Louth v Dublin

...Leinster Senior Football Championship...Dublin...J. Tracey...

Jul 30, 1920 (FJ) GAA

Dublin Senior Board...team selected to play the O'Toole Co selection in Oireachtas compedition in Croke Park...Rest of County - J. Tracey (Capt.)...

 

Sep 28, 1908 (FJ) North Dublin Workmen's Club

...Mr. E. Tracy (comic)...

 

Nov 28, 1908 (FJ) Municipal Elections

Arran Quay Ward UIL...present...Andrew Tracey...

 

Dec 29, 1908 (IT) Base Coin

...William Treacy, 220 Great Britain street, van driver...

 

 

 

 1908, 1909, 1910 Dublin Electoral Lists [Link]

 
 

 

Jan 20, 1909 (IT) Mansion House ward

...JH Treacy, agent for Mr. Raymond....

 

United Kingdom Probate Records

John Tracey d. 1911 Dublin

 

1908 London Wills

Jeremiah Treacy of 24 St. Alban's-road Dublin died 5 May 1908. Administration Dublin to Margaret Treacy widow. Sealed London 6 July. Effects £139.17.6 in England.

1909 London Wills

Jeremiah Treacy of 24 St. Alban's-road Dublin died 5 May 1908. Administration Dublin to Richard Hayden solicitor's assistant. Effects £147 in England. Sealed London 10 December. Former grant sealed London July 1908.

1909 London Wills

Margaret Treacy of 11 Dunville-avenue Ranelagh county Dublin widow died 25 July 1909. Probate Dublin to Richard Hayden solicitor's assistant. Effects £147 in England. Sealed London 15 September.

 

1909 London Wills

Robert Treacy of 33 Moyne-road Rathmines county Dublin died 8 March 1909 Probate Dublin to Elizabeth Treacy widow. Effects £60.0.6 in England. Sealed London 2 July.

 

1912 London Wills

Jane [Kildare] Treacy of 29 Upper Baggot-street county Dublin widow died 17 February 1912. Administration (with will) Dublin to Elizabeth Bradley married woman. Effects £240 in England. Sealed London 23 April.

 

1914 London Wills

Elizabeth Treacy of 14 Heathfield-road county Dublin widow died 16 May 1914. Probate Dublin to Robert Treacy merchant. Effects £56.16.0 in England. Sealed London 14 December.

 

1919 London wills

Edward Tracey of 13 Heytesbury-street Dublin died 12 June 1919. Probate Dublin to Edward Emanuel Lennon F.R.C.P.I. Effects £1840 in England. Sealed London 14 August.

1930 London Wills

Georgina Tracey of 568 North Circular road Dublin spinster died 12 March 1930 Probate London 30 April to Edward Emanuel Lennon F.R.C.P.S.I. Effects £1044.

 

Apr 21, 1931 The Irish Times

Lived an Eccentric Life - Dublin Woman's £6400 - Bulk left to charities

...The plaintiff, as executor, sought to establish the last will, dated 21st January 1927, of Miss Georgina Tracey, late of 568 North Circular Road, Dublin, who died on the 12 March 1930...the testatrix was aged about 76 years and the estate valued at £6400. By her will, Miss Tracey appointed Dr. Lennon, the plaintif, exeutor, and gave him a sum of £300 for so acting. She also left him her land stock, which was worth £600, in consideration for his medical services for eight years, for which services she had never lpaid him anything...She left £1000 to the Meath Hospital to endow a bed to be called after her brothers Edward and John and herself...She left the two ladies, in whose house house she had lived for eight years, Lily McCrudden and Florance McNamee [of 568 North Circular road], £20 and £10 respectively...The family had originally consisted of John, Edward, Georgina (the testatrix) and another sister, who married and became Mrs Kennedy and who was the mother of the defendant in this action. They had lived as 13 Heytesbury street, Dublin. They were picture restoters and they seemed to have accumulated a great deal of money. For 31 years Dr. Lennon had been medical attendant of the family...John died first and Edward died in 1919 and he by his will...left £1000 to his sister Mrs Ellen Kennedy, [of 76 Kennedy Park Phibsboro] mother of the degfendant, Mrs Grey...

 

1932 London Wills

Edward James Treacy of Kincora House Contarf Dublin died 29 October 1931 at 312 Contarf road Dublin Administration London 11 February to Patrick Burke Treacy retired civil servant. Effects £139.6.9 in England.

 

1935 London Wills

Maria Margaret Treacy of 27a Capel street Dublin spinster died 1 November 1935 Probate London 20 December to Albert Woodcock solicitor. Effects £512.3.6.

 

1936 London Wills

Michael Tracy of streamstown Moate county Westmeath died 4 December 1935 at 32 Rathfarnham road Terenure Dublin Probate London 17 February to Patrick Jordan farmer and Thomas John Dowdall solicitor. Effects £6459.17.10 in England.

 

1936 London Wills

Thomas Joseph Tracy of 9 Clifton terrace Monkstown Dublin died 11 October 1936 Probate london 6 November to Annie Tracy widow. Effects £3527.19.0.

 

1936 London Wills

Joseph Tracey of Rockmount Dundrum county Dublin died 7 June 1936 Administration London 8 October to Mary Tracey widow. Effects £123.7.3 in England.

 

1941 London Wills

Anne Tracey of 10 Harty place Lower Clambrassil street Dublin widow died 27 September 1940 Administration Llandudno 14 March to Florence Carroll (wife of Herbert Carroll). Effects £537.6.1

 

June 12 1909

Accidents treated in Hospital...The following were treated yesterday at Stevens Hospital by the house surgeon and Mr. T.E. Treacy...

 

Feb 19, 1909 (FJ) The Gaiety Theatre

...Mr. E. Oswald Brooks company...Harold L. Tracy...

 

February 1909 IT

Thomas Treacy, Cumberland Arch...[Dublin]

 

Treacy - February 6, 1909 at 58 Cabra Park, Dublin, Susan, dearly-loved wife of William Treacy; deeply regretted by her sorrowing husband and children.

Treacy - November 9, 1909 at his residence, 58 Cabra Park, Dublin. William Treacy; deeply regretted by his sorrowing family R.I.P.  [see Agnes Treacy]

 

Mar 2, 1909 (FJ) Youths in Trouble

Thomas Tracy, Cumberland arch...pleaded guilty to the theft of four goats...jail for 14 days...

 

Mar 2, 1909 (FJ) Funeral of Dr. James O'Sullivan

...Pro-Cathedral...present...R.H. Tracy, J. Tracy...

 

Mar 16, 1909 (FJ) An Extraordinary Case

...Mr. JJ Raymond [10 York Street] or his election agent Treacy...[election of Poor Law Guardian]

 

Apr 24, 1909 (IT) Death

Campbell - April 14, 1909, Josephine, wife of Walter George Campbell, 1 Bayview, Irishtown, and daughter of Mr. Michael Treacy, Templemore, aged 25 years.

 

May 1, 1909 (FJ) Marriages

Treacy and Moore - April 28 1909, at St. Joseph's, Berkeley road, by the Rev James Dempsey, C.C., Denis, third eldest son of the late Denis Treacy, Drumcondra, to Nellie, youngest daughter, of the late William Moore and Mrs. Moore, 51 Goldsmith street, N.C. road.

 

May 29, 1909 (FJ) Mountjoy Branch

...present...J. Tracy...

 

Jul 5, 1909 (IT) Golf

Hermitage Club...H.D. Tracy...

 

Jul 31, 1909 (FJ) Parish of Dundrum

...1s...Mr. Joseph Tracey...

 

Sep 1, 1909 (IT) Alleged Assaults on Tramwaymen

...Felix Morris, tramcar conductor and Patrick Tracey, motorman [Hatch Street Line]...Westland row...

 

Sep 25, 1909 (IT) Revision Courts

Claims of Christian Brothers...Mornington House, Sandycove...house had been assigned by the Rev. Brother Butler...1904 to the Rev. Brothers O'Neill. Tracey, Whitty and Hennessy...

 

Oct 29, 1909 (IT)

House, 33 Moyne road, nine rooms, kitchen, hot bath; freshly decorated throughout - R. Treacy, 8 Burgh quay.

 

2 November 1909 IT Houses to Let

House, 33 Moyne road; nine rooms, kitchen, hot bath; freshly decorated throughout. R. Treacy 8 Burgh Quay [Dublin]

 

Nov 4, 1909 (FJ) Funeral of the late Mr. Thomas Morgan

...King's Inns, Henrietta street...attendence...Robert Treacy...

 

Nov 10, 1909 (FJ) Arran Quay Ward Branch

A special meeting...James Tracey...

 

Jan 14, 1910 (FJ) St. Teresa's Hall, Clarendon St

...Total Abstinence Association...A musical programme...by Miss Lillian Tracey...

 

January 5, 1910

Mr. John Tracy buried Glasnevin Cemetery

 

Feb 2, 1910 (FJ) To the Editor

Nationalist Haniscaps in South Dublin...Your obedient servant, Joseph Tracy (Workman Voter), Rockmount, Dundrum, Co. Dublin.

 

Feb 9, 1910 (FJ) Arran Quay Branch

...present...A. Treacy...

 

March 1910 IT

Thomas Treacy of No.16 The Combe...had served 14 years in the army and suffered from erysipelas and concussion of the brain...step-daughter Ellen Maher...landlord said that there were eight families living in the house...

 

Apr 30, 1910 (IT) St. Catherine's Junior Gymnastic Team [Dublin?]

Winners of NPRS Medals and Monkstown Challenge Cup at Dublin Working Girls' Drilling Contests...Top Row [picture]...May Tracey...

 

May 18, 1910 (FJ) Rowdyism at Raheny Station

...James Treacy, 18 Upper Mercer street...Further evidence showed that Treacy had been first set upon by the other two prisoners, and he was discharged from custody...

 

May 30, 1910 (FJ) National Forestors Parade at Dalkey

...Branch No.1 Robert Emmet - J. Tracy, President...

 

Jun 21, 1910 (FJ) Kingstown Police Court

Thomas Tracy, 34 Aungier street, Dublin...refusing to give his name and address on licensed premises [108 Up. Georges street]...fined 10s.

 

Jun 22, 1910 (FJ) Father Mathew Feis

Junior Solo Singing...Class A...2nd May Creede, Basin Lane Convent Schools, and Annie Treacy, 31 Upper Wellington street, tied...

 

Jul 28, 1910 (FJ) Gruesome Discovery in the Royal Canal

...A young lad named Herbert Treacy, who resides in No.2 St. Mary's Terrace, Ballybough Road was walking along the Royal canal...sack containing three skulls...practical joke of medical students...

 

Aug 1, 1910 (FJ)

Donneybrook Parish...2s6d...Mr. John Tracy...

 

Aug 20, 1910 (IT) Archdeacon O'Neill Memoriam - Second Subscription List

...Mr. William Tracy, Mer-Vue, Clontarf, £1.1.0...

 

Sep 6, 1910 (FJ) The Richmond Asylum - Inquest on inmate

...Philip Treacy, another attendant...

 

September 1910 IT

Inquest of Richmond Asylum Inmate Suicide [Dublin]...Philip Treacy, another attendant in charge of No.5 hospital day room...

 

Oct 10, 1910 (FJ) Marriage

Coffey and Tracy - september 20, 1910, at the Church of St. laurence O'Toole, seville place, by the rev. father Breen, James Coffey, late of Maynooth, to Alice, youngest daughter of Thomas and Mary Tracy, of North Strand, Dublin.

 

Nov 2, 1910 (IT) Houses to Let

To let, 121 Morehampton road...Apply P.J. Tracy, 42 Donnybrook.

 

10 December 1910 (FJ) Sunday Hurling League [Dublin]

Fontenoy HC...Treacey...Hibernian Knights Rialto...Tracey...

 

Jan 5, 1911 (FJ) New Kilmainham Ward Branch UIL

...171 Emmet road...present...P. Tracy...

 

Jan 9, 1911 (IT) Blackrock Man dies from Starvation

...Eliza Tracy, 52 Temple road, said that the deceased lodged with her for two months...

 

Jan 12, 1911 (FJ) New Kilmainham Ward

...The meeting was held in the Square at Chapelizod...present...P. Tracey...

 

Jan 20, 1911 (FJ) St. Teresa's Total Abstinence Association

The re-opening...The hall and premises have undergone a thorough renovation, painting and decoration, which has been carriied out in a creditable and finished manner by Mr. Joseph Tracey, of Goldsmith street...

 

Jan 13, 1911 (FJ) The Pembroke Elections

...Donnybrook...Patrick Treacy, John Treacy...

 

Jan 16, 1911 (FJ) Ballsbridge

...Pembroke Nationalists...Donneybrook Ratepayers Association...PJ Tracy, John Tracy...

 

Jan 16, 1911 (FJ) Funeral of the late Very rev Thomas Magrath, DD PP Sandymount...

...Thomas Tracy, DUT Co...

 

Jan 26, 1911 (FJ) Branch

...191 Emmet Road...present...B. Tracy...

 

Feb 2, 1911 (IT) Performance of Macbeth

...in St Francis Xavier's Hall, Upper Sherrard street...Shakespearian class...pupils...Banquo, Miss Annie Tracy...

May 13, 1911 (IT) The Merchant of Venice

...in St Francis Xavier's Hall...Miss Anna-bella Tracy "Portia"...

Nov 25, 1911 (IT)

...Hamlet...Miss Annabella Tracy.

Oct 5, 1918 (IT) Platform and Stage

A domestic drama entitled "Mother"...Queens theatre...Annabel Tracy...

 

Mar 9, 1911 (FJ) The Late Mr. Michael Clancy

...Clontarf...present...EJ Treacy, HD Treacy...

 

Apr 13, 1911 (FJ) Grocers Assistants sad end

...remains of Michael Treacy, aged 19, who was an assistant in the licensed premises of Mr. James Byrne, 23 Ardee street, who was found dead there the previous evening...Death was due to acute peritonitis following ruptured gastric ulcer...

August 1911 IT

Dublin...Inquest of Michael Treacy, aged 19 years, died suddenly on the licensed establishment of Mr. Byrne Ardee street [place of work?].

 

Apr 21, 1911 (IT) Royal Dublin Society

Class 102 - Horse and Lorry...1st prize, Thomas J. Nicholl, 18? City Quay, Empress, bay mare, 8 years old, driven by John Tracy...

 

Aug 14, 1911 (IT) Death

Tracy - August 22, 1911, at her residence, Kill-o-Grange, Monkstown, Lizzie, dearly beloved wife of Francis Tracy: deeply regretted by her sorrowing husband and family. Funeral leaves at 2 o'clock to-day (Monday) 14th for Dean's Grange Cemetery. RIP.

 

 

 

 

1911 Census of Ireland

Full listings alphabetically and by area as published by the National Archives 1911 Census of Ireland
 
 
 

1 March 1912 London Gazette

Telephonists: Margaret Mary Treacy (Dublin)

Mar 16, 1912 (IT) Movements in the Civil Service

...Post Office...(without compedition)...Miss M.M. Treacy, telephonist, Dublin.

 

Mar 23, 1912 (IT) Auction

...55 Upper Beechwood Avenue held under lease dated 1st May 1896 from Daniel Byrne to Mary Tracey for a term of 800 years from the 1st March 1896 with other ptremises, at the yearly rent of £18 but indemnified as in £13.10s0d of said rent charging £4.10s on No. 55 by a subsequent assignment.

 

Apr 13, 1912 (MC) Dublin v. Meath

Dublin...P. Treacy...

 

2 May 1912 (Irish Independent) Dublin Feis Awards

The results of the third year inter-class and other competitions...Eire Og (Boys)...second divided between Sean O'Cathain and Stiophan O Treasaigh, Keating Branch, 91 per cent each.

 

May 11, 1912 (IT) Inquest

...John Kelly, labourer...falling off the roof of a stable at 12 wexford street. John Tracey stated that he had undertaken the removal of a roof and gable at the rear of the house 12 Wexford street and had employed Kelly, who was an expert man to help him...

 

Jun 1, 1912 (IT) Swimming

Sandycove S.C...committee...A. Tracy...

 
Oct 25, 1912 (IT) Food and Cookery Exhibition
Poultry Plucking Compedition...2nd prize James Tracey (J. Dunn's).
 

1912 The Ulster Covenant

M E Tracey, Provosts House, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin

 

1912-13 (527) National Insurance Act

Workmen represenatives...D. Treacy (house painter), 49 Mountjoy street, Dublin.

 

British Postal Service Appointments

Francis C Treacy, 1920, Dublin

Margaret M. Treacy, 1912, Dublin

Michael Treacy, 1919, Dublin

Michael Treacy, 1921, Dublin

 

February 1913 IT

James Treacy, who resides in Upper Sherriff Street, while employed on the premises of the London and North-Western Railway Company [North Wall] was struck by the fly-wheel of a gas engine and was so seriously injured that he died in Jervis street Hospital a few hours afterwards.

June 28, 1913 The Irish Worker and People's Advocate

Re The Tram Co.

...Remember poor Tracey, killed working at the North Wall some time ago, was hounded out of the service by one particular Inspector...The two conductors in question are constant men on the Phoenix Park line...

 

Nov 19, 1913 (FJ) A Ringsend Gaelic Leaguer

A most enjoyable ceilidh was organised by St. Patricks Branch, on Saturday night for the purpose of bidding farewell to Con. Treacy, a popular member for many years...He sails for New Tork in the course of a few days, and is sure to be a welcome and valuable addition to whatever Gaelic society he may join.

[???1911 Census: Cornelius Treacy, 24, M, Toomyvara Town, Latteragh, Tipperary (harness maker) - Ellis Island: Cornelius Treacy, 1913, 28 years]

 

1913 Telephone Directory

Foxrock 8: Patrick Tracy, Car Owner, Brighton Cottages (Co. Dublin)

Dublin 919: R. Treacy, Agent, 8 Burgh Quay

 

Oct 19, 1914 (IT)

Brougham Victoria and outside Car, in perfect order, rubber tyred. Seen Tracy's Foxrock.

Oct 19, 1914 (IT)

Horses and Cobs, likely make Troopers, for Sale. Seen Tracy's, Foxrock.

Feb 13, 1919 (IT) Law Reports

Lady's Hire of Motor cars in Dublin...£18...Patrick Tracy, Foxrock to drive her from Gardiner Place Dublin to Dunmore, Co. Waterford...and back...remanded in custody for a week.

Jul 6, 1920 (IT) Classified ad

...Wolseley [etc]...Tracy's Garage, Foxrock.

Aug 24, 1920 (IT) Birth

Tracy - August 20, 1920 at 5 Mount St Crescent, Dublin, to Alice, wife of P.J. Tracy Foxrock, a daughter.

Jul 15, 1922 (IT) Birth

Tracy - July 4 1922, to Alice, wife of P.J. Tracy, Foxrock, a son

 

 

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1926 Advertisement

Nov 1, 1922 (FJ)

...by negligence in the management of a motor taxi, the property of Mr. Patrick Tracy, Foxrock.

Nov 1, 1922 (IT) Child killed taxi

...negligence in the management of a motor taxi, the property of Mr. Patrick Tracy, Foxrock...

Apr 28, 1923 (IT) Irish Motor Agents' Association

...P.J. Tracy...

Nov 14, 1923 (IT) Motor Cycles

...seen Tracy's Foxrock.

Nov 14, 1923 (IT) Motor Cars

...seen Tracy's Motor Engineersing Works, Foxrock. 'Phone Foxrock 8.

Nov 24, 1923 (WE) A Delvin Claim against County Dublin Garage

...sued Patrick Tracy, Motor Garage, Foxrock, Co Dublin for £25 damages...

Nov 16, 1923 (IT) Vehicles

...at Tracy's Garage, Foxrock

Apr 10, 1924 (IT) Essex Cars

P.J. Tracy begs to announce that he is now opening premises at 18 Stephen's Green...[ad]

Jul 15, 1924 (IT) Motor And Allied Trades Golf At Delgany Club Yesterday

...Mr. Tracy...[picture]

Apr 11, 1925 (IT) Greyhound Show and sale in Dublin [picture]

The Rev. Joseph Pelly (Ballymacward), Mr. P.J. Treacy [Foxrock?], Mr. D.J. Gorey and Mr. M.F. Davin at the sale.

Mar 6, 1926 (IT) Birth

Tracy - February 23, 1926 at Greencroft, Carrickmines, to Alice, wife of P.J. Tracy, a daughter.

Nov 9, 1927 (IT) Exhibition of 1928 Models

...showrooms of Messrs. PJ Tracy, Ltd., 8 Stephen's Green Dublin...[article]

Jul 11, 1928 (IT) A Motor Agency

...P.J. Tracey of Brighton Cottage, Brighton road, Foxrock, Co. Dublin...[agency discount case]

 

 

Jan 3, 1914 (FJ) Cabinteely District UIL

...5s Francis Treacy...3s6d...P. Treacy...

 

May 2, 1914 (FJ) Clondalkin Fatality

Yesterday...death in Stevens Hospital on the previous day of Henry Treacy, of Dane's Rath, Clondalkin, aged 54 years, who had fallen from a cart at Fairview, Nangor road. Deceased was in the employment of Mr Charles Hughes, Nangor, Clondalkin...

May 1914 IT

Inquest of Henry Treacy, Dane's Rath, Clondalkin, aged 54 years, who died in Stevens's Hospital...employed by Mr. Charles Hughes, Nagor, Clondalkin...driving a cart...he fell getting off the cart and the wheel passed over his body...

 

May 16, 1914 (FJ) Leinster Junior Chamionship Dublin v. Wicklow

...hurling...Dublin...T. Treacy...(Collegians).

 

May 23, 1914 (FJ) Personnel of the Teams - Faugh HC

Rody Treacy, who is a promising youth from Rapla [Ardcrony?, near Nenagh Co. Tipperary 1901 Census], will figure on Sunday as right half, where he may be expected to give a good account of himself.

Feb 15, 1915 (FJ) Faughs [GAA Dublin]

...hurling...R. Tracy...

Feb 20 & 22, 1915 (FJ) GAA

At Croke Park: Senior Hurling. Faughs v. Collegians...Faughs...R. Tracy...Collegians...Treacy/F. Tracy...

Aug 23, 1920 (FJ) Handball - City and Co. Dublin Championships

...R. Treacy (Faughs)...

Oct 20, 1920 (IT) Military searches in Dublin

...Drumcondra...premises of Messrs W and J Connolly, provision merchants, of Milmount terrace. Mr. John Connolly and an assistant named Treacy, who was in the kitchen at the time of the visit were arrested...

Nov 29, 1920 (FJ)

At a District Courtmartial at Marlboro' Barracks on Saturday, a young man named Roddy Treacy was charged with having on October 19th 1920, contrary to the regulations, at No. 1 Millmount terrace, Drumcondra, one round revolver ammunition not under effective military control. Accused was also charged with having at the same time and place in his possession a document containing statements the publication of which would be likely to cause dis-affection,viz., "An Taglae" dated October 14th 1918...Accused declined to recognise the Court...The employer of the accused deposed...[revolver] surrendered to the police in the year 1916...had at one time occupied the room...Accused said in reply to the court that he had no knowledge of the articles and the court closed.

Dec 22, 1920 (Dec 22, 1920) Deported - Irish Prisoners in English and Welsh jails

...Carmarthen...Rody Tracey...

Nov 14, 1921 (FJ) Faughs v Galtee Rovers (Inter-Hurling Final)

Faughs - Rody Tracy...

Aug 12, 1922 (FJ) Handball - City and Co. Dublin Novice League

...R. Treacy (Ballymun)...

Apr 27, 1923 (FJ) Handball

Grocers' Assistants' Club...R. Tracey...

Jun 9, 1928 (MC)

Faughs...R. Tracey.

 

Aug 30, 1914 (IT) Wanted

Hand Pattern Hay Presser Wanted, on wheels horse can draw, in perfect order, seel cheap. Apply Tracy, 15 Oadogan? road, Fairview, Dublin.

 

Nov 16, 1914 (FJ) Messrs Dillon & Devlin MPs to Speak

A great public meeting in connection with the ceremony of opening the new Drill Hall at 42 North Brunswick street, the headquarters of the 1st Battalion Regiment...A guard of honour to Mr. Devlin and the other Nationalist leaders will be on parade under the command of Captain Peter O'Connor, Captain Treacy, and other officiers of the battalion...

Nov 19, 1914 (FJ) The Lesson of South Africa

Last night Mr. John Dillon, MP, opened the spacious new Drill Hall of the 1st Battalion of the Dublin Regiment of the National Volunteers at 42 North Great Brunswick street...on the platform...Capt Tracey...Lieut Tracey...

Apr 5, 1915 (FJ) At the Saluting Base

The salute was taken by Mr. Redmond....A guard of honour from the 1st and 7th Battalions...under the following officiers...1st Battalion (200 men)...Lieuts...Treacy...

 

21 Nov 1914 Eire-Ireland Newspaper

Craobh Na mBiadhtach...At the Annual General Meeting the following officers were elected:—...Vice-Presidents:...Mr. J. Tracey...[John?]

 

1914 Magistrates/Commission of the Peace

Hugh Daniel Treacy, 37 Charleville Road, Cabra, Dublin. Appointed 29th January 1913. Wine Merchant's Agent. [see Agnes Treacy]

 

1914-1918 Ireland’s Memorial Records

Francis W. Tracey, Private Irish Guards 2nd Bn. Date of Death: 25/02/1915, Service No: 5948. (See William Tracey)

Son of the late Francis and Elizabeth Tracey, of Kill O'Grange, Blackrock, Co. Dublin.

Francis W (Billy) Tracey, 25 years, Buried Commemorated Cuinchy Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.

Mar 6, 1915 (FJ) Roll of Honour & Mar 13, 1915 (IT)

Tracey - 1st Batt. Irish Guards - Killed in action, February 25th, Francis (Billy), youngest and dearly beloved son of Francis Tracey, Kill-o'-Grange; deeply and deservedly regretted. RIP.

John (Joseph) Treacy. Reg. No. 9100. Rank Private, 2nd Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds France 25/5/1915. Age 19 Born Clondalkin, Co. Dublin.

Son of Henry and Bridget Treacy of Danesrath, Clondalkin, Co. Dublin. Native of Athgraney, Hollywood, Co. Wicklow. In his will, he left everything to his mother Mrs Bridget Tracy [Will] Inscription ordered: In Loving memory from mother, brother and sisters RIP (Mrs B Treacy, Danesrath Cottage, Clondalkin, Co. Dublin.

John Tracey. Reg. No. 9508. Rank Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 1st batt. Killed in action France 1/7/1916. Born Dublin. Thiepval Memorial.

5 Aug 1916 Evening Herald

Private J Treacy (9508) Royal Dublin Fusiliers missing since an engagement on July 1 1916. His widowed mother, who resides at Clonskeagh, would be grateful for news of him.

 

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John Joseph Tracey/Tracy. Reg. No. 662. Rank Acting Lance Sergeant, The Lancashire Fusiliers 12th batt. Killed in action Salonica 25/39/1917.

Age 25. Born Rathmines, Dublin. Son of John Tracy of Chestnut Place, Lower Clanbrasil Street, Dublin. In his will he left all to his father Mr J [John] Tracy, 5 Monague Place Dublin. [Will]

Leroy Lawrence Tracy. Reg. No. 51507. Rank Private, Royal Army Medical Corps. Killed in action France 20/7/1916. Born Dublin. Enlisted Limerick.

In his will, he left £3,000 Guiness Preference shares to his mother Sarah Ann Tracy, The Cottage, Bodyke, Co. Clare, Ireland and the use of my house known as the The Cottage to her for life at her death to my brother J.P. Tracy RE in the event of his death house & land and fixtures to be sold and proceeds to my cousin Ralph Ronald Tracey R.N. failing which to the Catholic Orphans Society Dublin. Leroy L. Tracey CE, Engineering Inspector, Congested District Board, The Cottage, Bodyke, Clare Co, Ireland [Will]

Michael Tracey. Reg. No. 22741. Rank Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 8th batt. Killed in action France 29/4/1916.

Age 39. Born Dublin. Son of Christopher and Eliza Tracey. Husband of Esther Tracey of 2 Marks Alley, Francis Street, Dublin.

Thomas Tracey. Reg. No. 13001. Rank Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 7th batt. Killed in action Balkans 3/10/1916. Born Kingstown, Dublin.

Born and lived in Kingstown enlisted in Dublin. Buried Commemorated Struma Military Cemetery, Greece.

Thomas Treacy. Reg. No. 4486. Rank Private, Connaught Rangers 5th batt. Died of wounds Gallipoli 28/8/1915. Born St. Andrew’s Dublin.

Enlisted Dublin. Formerly 14432, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. In his will, he left £10 to Mrs McDonnell, No. 2 Thoran Casle Pleace, Rengs end, Dublin. Added to leave everything to her. Signed J. Treasey. [Will]

Bristish Army Record

Thomas Tracey, 26, b. 22 Sept 1888 St Andrews Dublin, labourer, 5/4486,

Received payment 13/1/1923 Connaught Rangers

27/8/1919 Infantry Records Cork...all goods [of the deceased] should be disptached to Mrs Margaret McDon??? 41 St. Patricks Vil??? Ringend Dublin.

8th (c) Batt Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 26, labourer, RC, b. Dublin, enlisted 22/9/1914 Dublin [Conduct record]

Died 28th August 1915 T.S. Franconia, wounds received in action, single, foster sister Mrs Margaret McDonnell 2 Thorn Castle Place Ringsend Dublin.

26, 5'8.5", 127lb, 36-38 chest, fresh complexion, blue eyes, red hair, RC

William (Francis Billy) Tracey. Reg. No. 5148. Rank Private, Irish Guards 1st batt. Killed in action France 25/2/1915. (See Francis Tracey)

Born Kingstown, Co. Dublin. Son of Francis and Elizabeth Tracey of Kill O’Grange, Blackrock, Dublin. Born in Kingstown enlisted in Dublin. Buried Commemorated France.

1914-15 Star (5148 W. Tracey, I. Gds.) good very fine, with related Memorial Plaque (William Tracey), this last fitted with part laurel wreath, part plain metalled surround (2) £20-30

Footnote

William Tracey, who was born in Dublin and enlisted in the Irish Guards in September 1914, aged 22 years, was killed in action at Givenchy on 25 February 1915.

William Treacey. Reg. No. 22861. Rank Private, 2nd Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Killed in action France 21/3/1918.

Age 35. Born Dublin. Son of William and Frances Treacy. Husband of Susan Treacy of 220 Parnell Street, Dublin.

 

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St. Matthias’s Church of Ireland, Church Road, Ballybrack, Co. Dublin.

To the glory of God and in undying Memory of our gallant men who gave their lives for their country 1914 1918

Samuel G. Treacy Corporal at the Somme 1916…

Faithful unto death.

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Heuston Station, St. John’s Road, Dublin 8.

In Memory of the following members of the staff of the Great Southern and Western Railway who laid down their lives for their country in the Great War 1914-1918

William Tracey

http://www.irishwarmemorials.ie/

 

George Tracey, South Irish Horse 808 Private Corps of Hussars 74032 Private

George Tracey, South Irish Horse 926 Serjeant Corps of Hussars 72055 Serjeant Royal Irish Regiment ...

Cavalry...South Irish horse: Sgt G. Tracey, Blackrock, Co. Dublin.

Martin Middlebrook (2006) The First Day on the Somme. Pen & Sword Books, Yorkshire.

 

1914-1920 British Army WWI Service & Pension Records

Andrew Tracey, b. abt 1868, St Cathrines, Dublin,

Christopher Tracey, b. abt 1873, Dublin, Dublin

Christopher Tracey, b. abt 1885, St James, Dublin

Christopher Tracey, b. abt 1885, St James, Dublin,  

Edward Tracey, b. abt 1873, Fowsans Cottage, Little Bray

Edward Tracey, b. abt 1873, Towsans Cottages, Little Bray

James Tracey, b. abt 1883, St Marys, Dublin

James Tracey, b. abt 1883, St Marys, Dublin,  

James Tracey, b. abt 1895, Dublin, Dublin

John Tracey, b. abt 1897, 12 Francis Street, Dublin

Michael Tracey, b. abt 1877, Rathmines, Dublin,  

Michael Tracey, b. abt 1879, Rathmines, Dublin

Nicholas Tracey, b. abt 1899, St Catherines, Dublin,

British Army WWI Service Records

Nicholas Tracey (s. of James Tracey) b. abt 1899 - St Catherine's Dublin, 1917 - Age: 18 [1911 Census Ushers Quay] 

Patrick Treacy, b. abt 1891, 24 Benburb Street, Dublin,

Richard Treacy, 1 Wellington Road, Dublin,

Richard Treacy, 5377, private, 3 Royal Irish Rifles

27 years b. 1889, Labourer, single, 5'9", 35" chest, scar r buttock outer mole hypatic regur, mother Mary Treacy 1 Wellington Rd Dublin next of kin,

1 Wellington Road, Dublin. Pay to 35 Shelbourne St, discharged 4/4/1919

World War One British War Medal to 5377 Pte R Treacy
MIC shows Pte Richard Treacy 3/5377, entitled to Pair
Full service papers available on Ancestry show:
Richard Treacy of 1 Wellington Road, Dublin, enlisted age 27 in 3rd Royal Irish Rifles on 13th December 1915.
Overseas with 8th Royal Irish Rifles (Ulster Division) on 20th July 1916, presumably as draft after the Somme.
Transfered to 15th (North Belfast) Royal Irish Rifles, and taken POW 21st March 1918.
Interesting Dublin man serving with Ulster Division, and confirmed Prisoner of War.

Robert Tracey, b. abt 1897, Dublin, Dublin,  

Thomas Tracey, b. abt 1869, St Peters, Dublin

Thomas Tracey [Thomas Treacey], b. abt 1869 St Peters Dublin, 18, 1887 3409 Royal Regiment of Artillery (Rg A S R)

13th August 1914: 5'8.5", 160lb, 38.5"-41.5" chest, blue eyes, brown hair, RC,

Royal Dublin Fus, joined 3 Oct 1889 Naas,

2 October 1889: 18 years, 5'5.75", 116.5lbs, 33" chest. fresh complexion, blue eyes, brown hair, RC, wasl on right shoulder,

Served East Indies 1891-7, Home 1897-9, So Africa 1899-1900, Home 1900-1902

Father Pat Treacy, Mother Mary Treacy, Older brother Pat Treacy, younger brother Christopher Treacy, sisters Liza? Treacy, Kitty? Treacy

Chelsea No. 44476/C, re-enlisted 13/8/14-30/7/16

Death Certificate, Finsbury Circus Station, R.G.R. Feb? 10 1940, St  Kevins? Hospital, ??? ???  Dublin. Sister Jns Tracey, 6 Clutrat Place, l Clanbrassil? St Dublin

Thomas Tracey, b. abt 1871, St Peters, Dublin

Thomas Tracey, b. abt 1875, Dublin,  

Thomas Tracey, b. abt 1879, Dublin

Thomas Tracey, b. abt 1884, St Michaels, Dublin,  

Thomas Tracey, b. abt 1895, St Michaels, Dublin

Thomas Treacey, St Andrews, Dublin,  

William Tracey, b. abt 1883, 29 York St, Dublin

William Tracey, b. abt 1891, St James, Dublin,  

William Treacy, b. abt 1881, St Matthew, Dublin,

William Treacy, b. abt 1890, St Michaels, Dublin,

William Treacy, b. abt 1891, King??, Dub??,

William Treacy, b. abt 1894, Kings??, Dublin,

William Treacy, St Michaels, Dublin,

 

1915 Merchant Navy

William Tracey; rank/rating, Sailor; age, 32; place of birth, Dublin; previous ship, Navigator. Ship: Oweenee 1915

 

May 9, 1916 (IT) Wounded

Leinster Regiment...Tracy, 3440, L-Cpl. C. (Dublin)...

Sep 14, 1916 (IT) Military Medal

Awards for bravery in the field...18929 Pte. T. Tracey, R. Dub. Fus. [National Army Museum No.1956-02-668]

Jul 10, 1917 (IT) Wounded

Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers...Treacy, 27849, W. (Derrygonnelly)...R.I. Rifles...Treacy, 9800, W. (Dublin)...

Jan 3, 1920 (IT) Awards for War Service

The following awards have been made by the President of the French Republic:- Croix de Guerre...P16461 Act, L?-Cpl. Patrick Treacy, Military Foot Police (Dublin)...

 

WW1 Merchant Seamen Medal Cards BT 351/1

Robert Tracy, b. 1859 Dublin

James Tracey, Jb. 1881 Dublin

John Tracey, b. 1900 Dublin

ALSO

Francis Tracey, b. 21 August 1893 Dublin. Number:  S6211. BT 377/7/92514

Robert Tracey, b. 07 April 1877 Dublin. Number:  TC824 BT 377/7/117769

William Treacy, b. 1884 Dublin. Number:  SD947. BT 377/7/103886

 

Feb 19, 1915 (IT) Richmond District Asylum

Mr. Denis Tracey, deputed by the Painters Society, was received by the Committee...

 

May 26, 1915 (IT) Legal Notices

...John Tracy and H.F. Leachman, Solicitors for the Assignees, 1 College street, Dublin.

 

May 26, 1915 (IT) Female Typist Exams (Local Govt. Board Exam, May 1915)

1st Place...Miss A. Tracy...Connell's Institute, 73 Stephens Green, Dublin.

 

29 May 1915 (AC)

John Tracy and H.F. Leachman, solicitors, 1 College Street, Dublin.

 

August 1915 O'Donovan Rossa funeral

...St James’s Band...Christopher Treacy...

 

1915 Kelly's Directory of the Leather Trades

Boot & Shoe Makers, Warehouses & Dealers

*Treacy Stephen, 223 Parnell st., Dublin

* are repairers

 

February 1916 Amateurs in Drama

Next Wednesday and Thursday nights "The Lady of Lyons" will be staged by Miss Annabella Tracy's pupils at the C.Y.M.S. Hall, Harrington Street. The talented troupe of artists has already made a favourable impression on the public.

22 June 1916 Freemans Journal

Father Matthew Hall - Miss Annabella Tracy's pupils concluded last night a three nighta performance of drama...

 

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 [Seamus]

John Tracy, 7 Rathmines Terr - Grocer's assistant [Sean]

T. Tracey, Dean Street, Kilkenny

211 Persons detained at Richmond Barracks

J. Tracey

Michael Treacy

1916 Causality

Thomas Treacy. Reg. No. 11162. Rank Private, Royal Irish Regiment 3rd batt. Died of wounds home 24/4/1916 Dublin. Born Mardike, Killenaule, Co. Tipperary.

Jun 20, 1917 (IT) Magistrate and Police

...Patrick Bourke, 12 Richmond Place and Joseph Treacy, 44 Dorris street, both tinsmiths, and James Gannon, 2 Henry street, were charged with having feloniously broken and entered the building known as the General Post Office; with having feloniously set fire to the building by lighting timber in it...a crowd of three or four thousand had assembled outside the ruins of the G.P.O...They were enthusiastic about the release of the prisoners; they put up a flag and lit a bonfire...He discharged them with the remark that the police had done their best to creat a riot, but fortunately had not succeded.

 

1916 Compensation Claims

Christina Tracey, 11 King Street North, Dublin. Claim for £1 14s for damage to household goods by Crown forces in occupation at 11 King Street North, Dublin. Payment of £1 recommended by Committee.

Denis Tracey, 78 Marlborough Street, Dublin. Joseph Downes, bakery Marlborough Street; Earl Street North. Claim for £19 for a bicycle, clothing and personal belongings destroyed by fire at the premises of Joseph Downes, bakery, 6-7 Earl Street North, Dublin. Payment of £14 recommended by the Committee.

Marcella Tracey, Coolaleena, Glasson, Athlone, County Westmeath. Joseph Downes, bakery Coolaleena; Glasson; Athlone; Westmeath; Earl Street North. Claim for £11 0s 6d for clothing and personal belongings destroyed by fire at the premises of Joseph Downes, bakery, 5 Earl Street North, Dublin. Payment of £8 recommended by the Committee.

Mary Tracy, 29 Clarendon Street, Dublin. Menzies and Company, millinery and ladies' underclothing, Henry Street. Claim for 12s for loss of scissors and cash by fire at Menzies and Company, millinery and ladies' underclothing, 49 Henry Street, Dublin. Payment of 2s 6d recommended by Committee.

Thomas Peter Tracey, 19 Longford Street Great, Dublin; employee of Clery and Company Limited. Sackville Street Lower [O'Connell Street Lower]; Longford Street Great. Claim for £4 8s 9d for destruction of clothing and personal effects by fire at Clery and Company Limited, 27 Sackville Street Lower [O'Connell Street Lower], Dublin. Payment of £4 recommended by Committee.

 

1 July 1916 Freemans Journal

Father Matthew Feis...Junior Violin First Prize R. Treacy Leinster School of Music...Two Violins Second R Calluun Warren Villa Sutton and R. Treacy Leinster School of Music...

Jul 22, 1916 (IT) The Feis Ceoil

Junior Violin Solo...highly commended...Fred R. Treacy (12) Leinster School of Music;...

Dec 11, 1920 (IT) Platform and Stage

...Dublin Amateur Orchestral Players...Mr. Fred Tracy, violin and Miss Philips at the piano...

May 11, 1922 (FJ)

The Feis Ceoil...Senior Violin...1. Fredk Treacy, 23 Kingsland Park avenue, SCR...

May 11, 1922 (IT) Feis Contests

Senior Violin...Gold medal, Mr. Frederick Tracey (no.5)

May 8, 1925 & May 16, 1925 (IT)

Eileen Cup for advanced Violin playing...Highly Commended (90 marks) - Frederick R. Treacy, 23 Kingsland Park avenue, S.C.R. Dublin...

Nov 20, 1926 (IT) Mr. F.R. Treacy's Violin Recital

There was quit a goodly-sized audience in the Molesworth Hall Dublin, last night at the recital given by Mr. Fred R Treacy, F.C.V. This young player has won high distinctions as a student during the past few years, and this was his first public recital...

 Nov 21, 1927 (IT) Dublin Theatres and Cinemas

...Mr. Fred Treacey will give a violin recital at the Engineers Hall, Dawson street, to-morrow evening. The programme will include the Concerto in D by Paganini and the C Minor Sonata, for pianoforte and violin by Grieg, in which Miss Dorethy Stokes will take part...

April 1928 Violin Recital

Mr. Fred R. Treacy, F.C.V., Dublin, gave a very interesting violin recital in the Town Hall, Dun Laoghaire. Among the items he played were "Sonata in C Minor" (Greig); "Concerto in D" (Paganini-Wilhelm); and "Nocturne Op. 27 No. 2" (Chopin-Wilhemji). Mr. Patrick Kirwan was the vocalist and Miss Dorothy Stokes the pianist.

2RN and the origins of Irish radio

This trio was replaced on an official basis at the end of the station's first month with the 'Station Trio', consisting of Rosalind Dowse and Frederick Treacy, violins and Viola O'Connor, cello.

 

Sep 23, 1916 (CT) Ad [also various other provincial newspapers]

Builders and contractors - Building, painting, plumbing etc, Sanitary and greenhouse specialists, shop fitters - Nickel, bronze and brass shop fronts a speciality. Estimates Free. Treacy and Power, 17 Liffey Street, Dublin.

 

Sep 28, 1916 (IT) Funeral of Mr Charles Dunne

...supervisor at Rathmines Post Office...William Treacy (inspector)...

 

Oct 7, 1916 (IT) Female Typist Exam

...Connells's Institute 73 Stephen's Green Dublin...At the local Government Board Exam for Typists (May 1915) Miss A Tracy...secured appointment

 

22 October 1916 Evening Herald

Assaulting A Vanman

In the Southern Police-Court, before Mr. Drury, to-day, Patrick Quinn; mineral water operative, and William Treacy, porter, both residing at 12 Denzille street, were charged with assaulting Daniel Finn, vanman, in the employment of the Independent Newspapers Co., Ltd: also residing at 12 DenziUe street, at Westland row between 8 and 9 o'clock the previous night. The complainant stated that Quinn struck him in tho face and-knocked him down, attempting to kick him when on the ground: and that Treacy struck him in the face, cutting his mouth, and also attempted to kick him, And used abusive and insulting language towards him by calling him a "scab" and a "blackleg." Constable 179B, who arrested the accused. depossed that when charged Quinn stated that he struck the complainant in self defence, and that Treacy denied having assaulted-him. Mr. Drury ordered the accused to give bail in £20 each for good behaviour, with the alternative of three months imprisonment.

 

11 Oct 1916 Evening Herald

...William Treacy, 14 Upper Mercer street, gave evidence as to having found tho deceased lying on tho roadway in Cheater's lano between 6 nnd 7 p.m. With the assistance of a soldier he brough him to hospital...

 

58 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.

 

Oct 24, 1916 (IT)

Patrick Quinn...Wm. Treacy, porter, both residing at 12 Donzille street...Daniel Finn...same house...Westland Row..."scab" and a "blackleg"...

 

11 Nov 1916 Cork Examiner

New Inventions...Patent No 101.462 Cheese Cutting machines. Wm Tracey, provision assistant, 5 Chelmsford road, Ranelagh, Dublin...

 

26 Nov 1916 Sunday Independant

Metropolitan League...Four goals for Tracey...Aberdeen 6 St Vincents 2...

 

30 Dec 1916 Evening Herald

Treacy -At her residence, 426 North Circular Road, Ellen, widow of the late Joseph Treacy: docply regretted by her sorrowing family and sister. Funeral from St. Francis Xavier's Church, Gardiner Street, after 10 o'clock Mass to-morrow (Sunday) lor Glasnevin R.I.P.

 

11 July 1917 Dublin Trade Unionist (Sentence). HC Deb vol 95 cc1932-3W 1932W

§ Mr. BYRNE asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland if he will have the case of 1933W Stephen Treacy, chairman of the Dublin branch of the Amalgamated Society of Wood-cutting Machinists' Trade Union, reconsidered; if he is aware that, owing to unemployment in Dublin, Treacy was compelled to leave Ireland to obtain employment to enable him to keep his wife and three children, his travelling expenses being paid by his trade union, and, having obtained employment in Liverpool, was arrested for entering without a passport and sentenced to two months' imprisonment; if he is aware that Treacy was born in America and has been residing in Dublin for the past twenty-six years, and that his sentence is resented by every trade union in Ireland; and if he will see that Treacy obtains his liberty and compensation for imprisonment without delay?

§ Sir G. CAVE My right hon. Friend has asked me to reply to this question I am making inquiries, and will let the hon. Member know the result as soon as possible.

 

1917 USA Draft Registration  

Patrick Tracy b. 01 Jul 1895 Dublin Ireland, alien, operator Du Pont, single, no dependants, lives Elvin Penns Grove NJ

 

Nov 16, 1918 (IT) Death

Tracey - November 14 1918, at her residence 19 Great Longford St, Jane, wife of James? Tracey.

Feb 26, 1919 (IT) Death

Treacy - February 25 1919, at his residence, 19 Great Longford St, James Treacy. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing son and daughters. Sweet Heart of Jesus have mercy on him. Funeral from Carmelite Church, Aungier st to-morrow (Thursday) 2.30 pm to Kilgobbin Churchyard.

 

“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

 

1918 Post Office Dublin Directory and Calendar

A. Treacy, electrician and general engineer, 3a George's street lower, Kingstown

Benignus Treacy, Brother, Augustinians, John-street, Dublin

Charles P. Tracy, Solicitor, 25 Westmoreland-street; and Newbridge Co. Kildare (T. 1895)

Christopher Tracy, 19 Saint David's terrace. Blackhorse lane. Off North Circular-road.

D. J. Treacy, 4 Shandon road, Connaught street

D. Treacy, sec., Amalgamated Society of House and ship Painters, 15 Gloucester St., Up. from Marlborough St to Gardiner St Lower

Daniel J. Treacy,  Solicitor, Mountrath.

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

David Treacy, 137 Kings street North, from Bolton street to Stoneybatter

Francis Tracy, cab owner, Kill-of-the-Grange Village, Monkstown.

Francis Treacy, 13 White's terrace, Donneybrook road

H. D. Tracey, 2 Conquer-hill, Sea-road, Dollymount.

Hugh Daniel Treacy, Justices of the Peace, 11 and 12 Ryder's-row, Parnell street

J. Treacy, house painter, 17 Stoneybatter, Arran quay

John and Edward Tracey, picture cleaners, 13 Heytesbury street.

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

John J. Treacy, builder, 16 Morehampton terrace, Donneybrook

John Tracy, Solicitor, 1 College-street; and Londonderry (T. 1897)

John Treacey, carpenter, 42 Serpentine avenue, Sandymount

Kate Tracey, Dairy, 118 Townsend street

M. M. Treacy, Sister, Secretary, Presentation Convent Technical School, Thurles.

M. Treacy, sand contractor, Knockmaroon hill, Castleknock

Michael Treacy, 83 Bath Avenue, Shelbourne road

Miss Tracey, grocer, 70 Patrick Street, Kingstown

Misses Treacy, the, drapers, 27a Capel street

Mrs. Tracey, 121 Leinster Road, Rathmines

Mrs. Treacy, 33 Rutland street, lower

N. Treacey, Rev, B.A., D.D.; Oblates' of Mary Immaculate, Novitiate and House of Studies, Belmont House, Stillorgan—

P. B. Treacy, Athlone Sub-Committee (Westmeath) - Old Age Pensions Act, Petty Sessions Office, Athlone,

P. B. Treacy, P.S.C, Commissioners For Administering Oaths, Athlone, Westmeath

P. J. Tracey, cab owner, 1 Orchard cottages, Brighton - road, Foxrock

P. Treacy, 16 College View terrace, Millbourne avenue, Drumcondra

P.J.  Tracy, Building contractor & Lath Manufacturer, 42 Donnybrook road

Patrick Treacy, 39 Richmond road

Robert H. Tracey, contractor &c, 70 York Road, Kingstown

Robert Treacy, 14 Healthfield road, off Terenure road

Robert Treacy, representative, Spillers & Bakers (ltd) millers and grain merchants Cardiff, 8 Burgh quay (res. 14 Healthfleld road, Terenure)

Robt. Treacy, painter, 23 Kingsland park Av, SCR, Wood Quay

S. Treacy, 81a Strand road, Sandymount

Simon Tracey, 3 & 4 Royal Marine Road, Kingstown

Thomas Treacy, 30 Spencer street, off Leinster avenue, North strand

Treacy & Clarke, houseshoers, 3-4 Harcourt Row

Treacy & Co., wine merchants, 11 and 12 Ryder's-row, Parnell street

Treacy & Power, Builders, 17 Liffey street upper

Treacy Bros, cabinet makers, 1 Jervis Lane, Upper

Treacy Bros, cabinet makers, 6 Jervis Lane, Upper

W. Treacy, Inspector, General Post Office - Dublin Postal District

William Treacy, Inspector of postmen GPO, 5 Havelook square east, off Bath Avenue

Wm. Tracey, contractor, Barnacullia, Sandyford

Wm. Treacy, Mer-view, 7 Saint John's terrace, Contarf

Wm. Treacy, Rev, Redemptorists, Marianella, 30 Highfleld-road, Rathgar, Dublin

 

Thomas Tracy/Tracey, 5 Dowling Court Dublin City, 1918 to 1923, served Barrys & to Hammond & Bridges, no service 1916, grade 2 service Tan war, grade 1 service civil war

Irish Citizen Army RO/10A [pages 44 & 45, 79 & 80] [see 1901 Census Townsend Street, Trinity & 1911 Census Dowling Court, Trinity] [brother Patrick joined Free State Army]

http://mspcsearch.militaryarchives.ie/docs%5Cfiles%5CPDF_Membership%5C8%5CRO1%20-%20150%5CMA-MSPC-RO-10A.pdf

 

1918-1941 Merchant Navy Seamen

*James Tracey, b. 1881 Dublin Dublin

*John Christopher Tracey, b. 1899 Dublin Dublin

*Patrick Treacy, b. 1899 Dublin Dublin

*Thomas Tracey, b. 1894 Dublin Dublin

*William Treacy, b. 1884 Ringsend Dublin

*Wm Tracey, b. 1902 Kingstown [Dublin]

[Note: * = photo . http://www.irishmariners.ie/]

 

Mar 5 & 8, 1919 (IT) Letter - Windfalls for Irishmen

...next of kin...sought...Nora Hammond, or Blount, nee Tracy of Dublin...[Limerick?]

 

Sep 13, 1919 (IT) Wedding

Tracy and Lawless - At St. patrick's Monkstown, Patrick J. Tracy, son of the late Frank Tracy, Kill-o'-Grange, Kingstown, to Alice, daughter of Peter Lawless, Monkstown Av.

 

3 Dec 1919 Red Cross Archive

Miss Ethel Josephine Treacy, 22 years, 70 York Rd , Kingstown, Co. Dublin

From 23/04/1918 Shorthand Typist Grantham Mil: Hosp:

From 01/05/1918 Head Clerk, 26/- per week, Mil Hos Belton Park Grantham [Lincolnshire], perviously St John Office, 51 Dawson St.

 

28 January 1920 (FJ) Suffering Children of Central Europe

Parish of Clondalkin...2s...W. Treacy...

 

Feb 16, 1920 (FJ) Plotholders Conference

...Committee...Treacy...

 

Mar 20, 1920 (FJ) Rathmines Parish Church Restoration Fund

...Michael J. Tracy, Esq., 6 St. Andrew street 10s...

Mar 20, 1920 (IT) Rathmines Parish Church

Michael J. Tracy, Esq., 6 St Andrew street...10s...

 

May 24, 1920 (FJ) Monte Carlo Fete, Shelbourne Park

...The following artists will appear...Violet Treacy [of Dublin?]...Irish Dancer (AOH Class)

 

28 May 1920 The Church of Ireland Gazette

Great Southern & Western Railway Company, examination for male clerkships 28th April 1920...held at the Royal University Buildings...38 P. Tracey...

 

Jun 18, 1920 (IT) Funeral of Miss A.P. Dowling...Clontarf...

...D. Treacy, J. Treacy, N. Treacy...

 

Aug 2, 1920 (FJ)

Parish of Taney...2s...Joe Tracey.

 

Sep 6, 1920 (IT) Sinn Fein Member of Parliment 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.

 

November 1920 Tracy (Dublin) At his residence, 30 Spencer? Street North, Thomas Tracy, aged 78. Funeral private. American papers please copy.

 

Dec 10, 1920 (FJ) Raids and Searches Continue in Dublin

...A large number of arrests were made in Wellington street, including...Stephen Tracey, sen.; Stephen Tracey, jun.;...

December 1921 The Line of Fire

The second special train from Ballykinlar Camp, which arrived in Dublin shortly after 5 p.m. with 450 prisoners, all from Dublin, was also attacked between Ballyward and Banbridge. It was in this train that Mr. Stephen Treacy, senior, was wounded. His son, Stephen, was in the compartment with him...

December 1921 Attacked by Orangemen

...At least four men were wounded...Stephen Treacy (sen), of Wellington st., Dublin...Mr. Treacy was removed in the Fire Brigade ambulance to the Mater Hospital where an operation was performed and the bullet removed. He is said to be progressing favourably...

December 1921 Shot by Orangemen

Mr. Stephen Treacy (senior), who was wounded by a bullet in the foot...

December 1921 Ballykinlar Men Attacked - A Co. Down Outrage

...The first special train contained 413, the second 646 (chiefly from Munster), and the third and last 450 from Dublin...Mr. Stephen Treacy, an elderly gentleman, whose son was also an internee, was struck by a bullet on the foot. He was at once attended by Dr. Reynolds, who had been the internee medical officer in the camp, and the wound was found to be slight...Prominent people included in the release...J. Tracey [Sligo], Acting Commandant Camp I...

15th Feb 1922 (FJ) Ex-Internee’s Claim

A claim for £300 compensation has been lodged with Banbridge Rural Council on behalf of Mr. Stephen Tracy, 44 Wellington street, Dublin, in respect of injuries received by being shot in the left foot at Ballyward railway station when returning from Ballykinlar to Dublin on December 9.

28 Aug 1922 (FJ) Internee Compensated

Stephen Tracey, of Wellington street, Dublin, a Sinn Fein internee, who was shot in the foot at Ballyward Station, Co. Down, as the released internees’ train was passing through from Ballkinlar Camp on December 9 last, was awarded £750 compensation and £30 expenses.

7th October 1922 (IT)

At Newry Special Quarter Sessions last Wednesday before Judge Bates, K.C., S. Tracey, 44 Wellington St, Dublin was awarded £750 compensation and £30 witnesses' expenses for injuries received on 9th December last. The applicant was interned in Ballykinear Camp, and on the date in question, when all the prisoners were released, shots were fired at the train in which the applicant and others were, after passing Ballywood Station, and a bullet penetrated one of his feet, so severely injuring him that he was unable to work at his occupation as a woodworker and machinist with Messrs Scott, church furniture manufacturers, Abbey Street, Dublin.

 

1920/1921 UK War Intelligence

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

 

Joseph Tracey of 47 Blessington Street, 10 Dec 1920 Search reports Dublin, occupants Joseph Tracey, Walter Brady and Louis Brady, arrest Louis Brady Carpenter's apprentice.

 

Peter Tracy, 38 Blessington Street Dublin, Bricklayer on Strike, 17 Jun 1921 Daily raid reports, ground floor Peter Tracy, 45, Dublin, bricklayer on strike since October 1920 now working in Birmingham. Mrs Tracy and son Peter aged 17 Motor Mechanic apprentice to Northern Motor Co R.C. [see 1911 Census]

 

1920 Irish Catholic directory

Benignus Tracey, Brother, Augustinian, John Street, Dublin

Brendan Treacy, c.ss.r., St. Joseph's, Dundalk

John Tracy/Treacy, c.ss.r., Redemptorist, Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick

Michael Tracy, C.C., St. Michael's, Limerick. Chaplin of Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Mount St. Vincent Female Orphanage, Limerick.

Nicholas Treacy, Rev, B.A., D.D., Oblates, Belcamp Hall, Raheny, Dublin.

Patrick Tracey, (Canon), P.P., Kilmurry, Crookstown Cork

Patrick Tracey, Sunday's Well, Cork 

Patrick Tracey/Treacy, P.P., Conahy, Jenkinstown, Co. Kilkenny

Peter Tracy, C.C., Strabane, Tyrone

 

1921 UK War Intelligence

Davis Treacy of Dublin, 6 Jan 1921 Courts of inquiry in lieu of inquest, 2/48000 no. 32

 

Edward Treacy, 29 Jan 1921 Daily raid reports, Dublin Blessington Steam Tramway Co, present Charles Murphy Chief Inspr, Edward Treacy, Michael Dalton booking clerks, found one sword lost property sent from Kilbride some years ago and never claimed.

 

Thomas Tracey, 29 Clarendon St, waiter, 29 Jan 1921 Search reports Dublin, Wicklow Hotel Wicklow St.

 

Thomas Treacy of 81 Strand Road Sandymount, Tram Conductor, 27 Feb 1921 Search report, & Mrs Treacy wife [father of James Treacy 1916?]

 

April 1921 (FJ) Leinster College of Irish, [39 Parnell Square, Dublin].

...Padraig O Treasaigh...[teacher?]

 

28 May 1921 (AC) Advertisement [Dublin]

Bad Case Eczema Cuticura Healed

"I had a boy laid up with eczema and he was an extremely bad case. It began with a little scratch on his ankle and it spread all over his arm. His face and neck also got it, and he suffered greatly. It was very itchy, and with an extremely burning heat. He could not get a night's rest.

"I saw an advertisement for Cuticura and I sent for a free sample. When I finished the eruption was not so itchy so I bought more and he was healed."

(Signed) Mrs. Mary Tracy, 30, Spencer St. No., Dublin Ire...

 

Mar 11, 1921 (FJ) Concerted Raids

...raided by armed men...concerning business transactions with Belfast firms...Amongst the establishments raided...Tracey and Co., 6 St. Andrew street...

 

May 13, 1921 (IT) Dublin Ambushes

...Grafton Street...The following were treated for injuries:- Bridget Treacy (19) of 29 Clarendon street...

 

1921 UK War Intelligence

Frances Treacy of Sandymount Dublin, 23 Dec 1921 Courts of inquiry in lieu of inquest, closed 12/1/22 C of I unnecessary

 

Board of Trade – Central Register of Seamen

Tracey J 18/02/1921 Dublin R237139

Tracey C J 27/01/1928 Dublin R542368

Tracey J C 10/07/1940 Dublin R738494

Tracey J A 30/05/1944 Dublin R842591

Tracey J b. 29/04/1918 or 27/04/1918 Dundrum County Dublin Ireland R288031

 

1921 Annual report of the Local Government Board

Temporary Inspector for Irish Land (Provision for Sailors and Soldiers Act 1919...W.F. Treacy, Esq...

 

4 March 1921 London Gazette

Post Office - skilled workmen: Francis Christopher Treacy (Dublin)

 

2 September 1921 London Gazette

Post Office: Male sorting clerks and Telegraphists: Michael Treacy (Dublin)

 

Oct 12, 1921 (FJ) Photo

The beautiful cross presented to Mrs. Whelan by the London-Irish in memory of her son who was put to death in Mountjoy Jail, is to be seen at the Thomas Whelan Stall, Shelbourne Park Fete. Photgraph shows the cross, and (keft to right) Mrs. Timunins, [Mr.] J. Tracey and Miss Groghegan. The ladies are Presidents of the Stall.

 

Nov 26, 1921 (FJ) St. Vincent de Paul male orphanage Glasnevin

...Mr. JA Treacy, Newcomen Av...10s...

 

22nd December, 1921

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

 

1921 School of Art

Robt Wm Traeacey, 20.25 years, 23 Kingsland park Ave S Cir Rd, printer?

http://www.nival.ie/collections/collections/collection/archive/robt-wm-treacey/view/item/

Oct 1922-1927 School of Art

Edward Allen Treacy, 16 years, 23 Kingsland Pk Ave, painter

http://www.nival.ie/collections/collections/collection/archive/edward-allen-treacy-1/view/item/

 

28 February 1922 IT

Irish Amateur Boxing Association, Abbey Theatre, Dublin: Mr. J. Tracey of Dublin won the middle-weight boxing title of Ireland, knocking out M. Hurley in the semi-final and beating T. Powderley in the final.

Feb 28, 1922 (IT) Boxing - Irish Championship

Middle-Weights...J. Tracey (Dublin)...Final...declared the winner of an ugly fight.

 

Apr 10, 1922 (IT) Legal Notices

...Emily Tracy, late of 14 Emor street, Dublin, spinster, Deceased...died 13th February 1922 at St. Patrick's Home, Kilmainham...

 

Apr 15, 1922 (IT) Cost of repairs Exceed Rent

...Messrs Kelly, Lee, Tracy and Muldowney, tenants of 35, 34, 33 and 32 Lower Rutland street...

 

Apr 17, 1922 (IT) Night Shooting Incident

...a Dublin car driver, named Alexander Treacy, of 38 Power's Court, lies in the Meath Hospital in a critical condition...

Apr 19, 1922 (IT) Cab-Owner Wounded

...to murder Alexander Tracy, a cab owner...[Dublin]

Apr 22, 1922 (IT)

...Alexander Tracy, a cab owner...The bullet passed through the left breast and came out between the shoulder blades...

Apr 28, 1922 (IT) Shooting of a Jarvey "A pure accident"

...Alexander Tracey, a hackney car driver, of Powers Court...

Apr 28, 1922 (FJ) A recent City Shooting

...As the injured man is still in hospital, the hearing was again adjourned until May 12...

May 13, 1922 (FJ) City and District

Rathgar Road Shooting recalled...attempting to murder Alexander Tracey, licensed cab-owner, of 38 Power's Court...

Jun 10, 1922 (FJ) Theatre Manager found not Guilty and Discharged

...assistant manager, Empire Theatre...Tracey was taken to the Meath Hospital...The bullet passed close to the heart and emerged near the spinal column at the back. The bullet was flattened...

Jun 17, 1922 (IT)  Dublin

..."not guilty"...accused did not mean to harm Tracey.

 

Apr 25, 1922 (FJ) Motor Cycling

Dublin and District Club...GW Tracey (8 Sparbrook) miniture bronze medal...EA Tracey (Indian Scout) miniture silver medal...

October 11, 1922 (FJ) Motor Cycling

...Second Class Awards (90 p.c.) R. Treacy 4 h.p. Triumph; E. Treacy 4 h.p. Indian...

Nov 4, 1922 (FJ) Motor Cycling

...Silver Medals...Geo Tracey, 8 hp Sparkbrook...EA Tracey, 4 hp Indian...

 

Apr 29, 1922 (IT) Dublin

...Lizzie Tracy, a housemaid...Miss J. Seymour of Brookfield terrace, Donneybrook, with whom they had been employed.

 

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...

 

Jul 18, 1922 (IT) Law Reports

...Wood-Milne Ltd...being driven by Ernest Tracey...

9 November 1922 (FJ) Big Verdict stands

Frederick M.E. Humphreys and his wife Mrs. Violet Humphreys v. Woodmilne Ltd and Ernest Treacey...Grace Park road, Drumcondra, on the 18th September 1921, owing to the alleged negligence in the driving of the defendant company's motor car...It was admitted on all sides that the plaintiff was not guilty of any contributory negligence.

 

20 July 1922 IT, Compensation - Cost of Fires in Dublin

...O. Tracy, Kinneagh, Curragh £50...

 

Aug 4, 1922 (FJ) Killed in Mayo Ambush

Two Nationalist Soldiers buried in Glasnevin...Thomas Tracy...Dublin Guards Reserve, National Army killed in an ambush at Newport Co. Mayo on July 23...

 

Aug 19, 1922 (IT) Lusk Bazaar

...Ballough Stall...4th J. Tracey, 17 Stoneybatter, Dublin...

 

Aug 28, 1922 (IT) Sackville St. Fires

...Miss Alvina Treacy, 125 Thomas street, Dublin - personal injury £500.0.0...

 

Sep 19, 1922 & Sep 23, 1922 (IT) Marriages

Pakenham and Treacy - September 7 1922 at St Peter's Church Aungier st, Frederick Thomas youngest son of Mr and Mrs T Pakenham of Jane Ville S.C. rd. to Evelyn, youngest daughter of the late William? and of Mrs C? Treacy of York St., Dublin.

 

Oct 4, 1922 (II) Wallpapers

Over 200 patterns to select from; from 6d per roll. Treacey and Co., Stoneybatter.

 

Oct 10, 1922 (IT) Auctions [bad copy]

...Kill-O'-Grange...Messrs. Tracy and Co., Ltd.,...horses [etc]...

Oct 10, 1922 (FJ) Auction of Horses, carts, harness, Mangolds, Turnips, Out-door effects etc

Kill-o'-Grange, Blackrock...instructions from Messrs Tracy and Co. Ltd...

October 12, 1922 (II)

Kill o' Grange, Blackrock, For Messrs. Tracy and Co. Limited, auction of horses, carts, harness, Mangolds, Turnips, outdoor effects etc.

 

October 18, 1922 (FJ) Scene in Street

...charged with assulting Michael Treacy, the foreman in Mr. Michael Cole's public house, 11 Wexford street...

 

Oct 1922 School of Art

Willie Treacy, 16 years, 24 York St, Painters Appce,

http://www.nival.ie/collections/collections/collection/archive/willie-treacy-3/view/item/

1927 School of Art

Edwd Treacy, 24 York St

 

Nov 18, 1922 (IT) Boys Injured by Explosives

Bernard Tracey, aged nine, was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital on Tuesday night at 10.15 suffering from injuries to the head, caused by the explosion of a firework.

 

1922 Army Census

 

Andrew Tracey; 20; Pte, Band, Wellington Bks, home address: 12 Francis St Dublin, 9114 pay no: 41309, Joined: 12/4/22 Dublin, single, RC, Next of kin: grand mother, Next of kin: Margaret Kane, 12 Francis st, Dublin; Wellington Barracks (Dublin); download file

 

James Joseph Tracey; 23; ??? [Torn], home address: 24 York Street, Dublin, ??? Pay no: 29454 Joined: 12h Aug 1922 G.H.Q. Dublin, married, RC, Next of kin: wife, Next of kin: Mrs. Kathleen Tracey, 24 York St, Dublin, Remarks: Not through Crimag?; Portobello Barracks, Rathmines (Dublin) ; download file

 

James Joseph Tracey; 23; Reserve, Pte, A.G.s Dept Commntns, home address: 24 York Street, Dublin, ??? Pay no: 29454 Joined: 12h Aug 1922 G.H.Q. Dublin, married, RC, Next of kin: wife, Next of kin: Mrs. Kathleen Tracey, 24 York St, Dublin, ; Portobello Barracks, Rathmines (Dublin) ; download file

 

James Tracey; 19; Cpl, I, home address: 3 Cottage Place, N.C.R. Dublin, 13441 Pay no: 34138, Joined: 4/7/22 City Hall City, single, RC, Next of kin: father, Next of kin: Thomas Tracey, 3 Cottage Place, N.C.R. Dublin; Dublin Castle (Dublin); download file

 

James Tracey; 23; Private, Ordalies, home address: 34 York Street, Dublin, 12931 Pay no: 29454 Joined: 12h Aug 1922 Dublin, married, RC, Next of kin: wife, Next of kin: Kathleen Tracey, 34 York St, Dublin; Portobello Barracks, Rathmines (Dublin) ; download file

 

James Treacy; 19; Vol, Inf, home address: 2 Cuffe St, Dublin, 4804 pay no: 16711, Joined: 14/10/22 Brunswick St Dublin, single, RC, Next of kin: Father [mother crossed out], Next of kin: Mr Treacy, 2 Cuff St Dublin [blue line crossing everything out] Remarks: See V.R. 480?; Richmond Barracks (Tipperary); download file

 

Laurence Tracey; 38; Vol, A,Mc,  home address: 10 Upper Oriel St, Dublin, 41346 pay no: Same Joined: 23/9/22 Dublin, single, RC, Next of kin: sister, Next of kin: Mrs R Quinn, 3 Quinn? Grs? Dublin; Tralee (Kerry); download file

 

Patrick Tracey; 20; Pte, Infantry, home address: 5 Dowlings Court, Dublin, 27576 Pay no: 14853, Joined: 1/4/22 Martins Yd, Dublin, single, RC, Next of kin: mother, Next of kin: Mrs - [Same address].; Castleconnell (Limerick); download file

 

Sean L Treacy; 19; 2nd Lieut, Q. Cll? Supply O. Cliaff, home address: 4 Newcomen Court Dublin, 25616 pay no: 45601, Joined: 2/2/22 Dublin, single, RC, Next of kin: mother, Next of kin: 4 Newcomen Court Dublin; Bandon (Cork); download file

 

30 March 1923 Cork Examiner

National Army... John Tracey. Asst. Quartermaster. 30th Infantry Battalion, with rank of Lieut-

 

Stephen Tracey; 20; Pte, Transport, home address: 117 Upper Abbey Street, Dublin,  31698 Pay no: 17935, Joined: May 1922 Beggars Bush, single, RC, Next of kin: mother, Next of kin: Mrs. Lily [Alicia] Tracey, 117 Upper Abbey St, Dublin.; Portobello Barracks, Rathmines (Dublin); download file

 

Jan 10, 1923 (FJ)

...soldiers of the National Army, wound in action in Kerry...Private Tracey, AMC, 3 Queen's square, Dublin...

10 January 1923 Cork Examiner

Army Casualties...Pte Tracey, A.M.C.. 3. Queen's' Souare. Dublin.

 

Feb 3, 1923 (IT)

...no. 14 St. Andrew street...explosion...Among the principal sufferers were:-...and M.J. Tracy and Co., warehousemen and manufacturers' agent.

 

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]...

 

Mar 19, 1923 (IT) Fatal Seizure in Church

While attending early mass at the Carmelite Church, Gayfield, Morehampton road on Saturday, Mr. John J Treacy, 60 Morehampton road, collapsed and died.

Mar 19, 1923 & Mar 24, 1923 (IT) Death

Tracy - March 17 1923, suddenly at his residence, 16 Morehampton tce., John J. Tracy. Deeply regretted by his loving wife, relatives, and friends. RIP. Funeral from Sacred Heart Church, Donneybrook, at 1 o'clock this day (Monday) for Kill-o'-Grange. Sweet Jesus have mercy on his solu. Prayers requested.

Mar 24, 1923 (IT) Acknowledgements

Mrs. Tracy, 16 Morehampton tce. Donneybrook...

 

Apr 10, 1923 (FJ) Golf - Clontarf Club

...Hugh Treacy...WF Treacy.

 

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...

 

May 15, 1923 (FJ) City and District

Damages for Injury to an eye...Margaret Tracey...butcher shop in Dorset street...splinter of the bone struck her in the eye. She attended a doctor for six months...£10.10s damages with £3.3s in respect of doctor's fees.

 

Jun 9, 1923 (IT) Clontarf Golf Club Committee [picture]

...sitting...H.D. Treacy (Treasurer)...

Jun 16, 1923 (IT) Governor-General at Clontarf Golf Club [picture]

...second row...H. Treacy...

 

Jun 13, 1923 & Jun 16, 1923 (IT) Inauguration of "Dun's Day"

...Sir patrick Dun's Hospital Dublin...The nurses who received their third year certificates were...Margaret Tracey, Kilkerrin, Ballinasloe...

 

Jul 26, 1923 (IT) Death

Tracy - July 25 1923, suddenly, at his residence, 36 Belmont av., Donneybrook, Frank Tracy, senior. RIP. Funeral arrangments later.

 

3 August 1923 The Church of Ireland Gazette

Great Southern & WEstern Railway Comany. Examinations for male clekships [held in Dublin]...Myles Treacy [b. Limerick?]...

 

Aug 21, 1923 (IT) Death

Treacy - At a private nursing home, Caroline Maud nee Coughlan, dearly beloved wife of Peter Treacy, 29 Fonteroy? st Dublin, RIP. Funeral today (Tuesday) at 11 o'clock from St John Bapist Church to Kilbarrack. Inserted by her sorrowing husband.

 

Nov 9, 1923 (FJ) Male Clerkships

...recent examination...6. Thomas C. Treacy...Broadstone Terminus Dublin...

 

Dec 12, 1923 (IT) Larceny of Golf Balls

William Tracy...four boys, who had been employed as "caddies" at Kingstown Golf Club...The Recorder said that he would record sentences of six moths' imprisonment in the case of the boys, but would postpone the operation of the sentence until November...second-hand golf balls.

 

Dec 20, 1923 (FJ) Civil Service Posts

...Mary F. Tracy...

 

Jan 17, 1924 (FJ) Decrees for Rates - In the Dublin Police Court

...Collectors Treacy...

 

Apr 26, 1924 (FJ)

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

 

9 May 1924 London Gazette

William Treacy, Inspector, Dublin Postal Service

 

May 21, 1924 (FJ)

...Francis Tracy, 28 Power's Lane, Mount St, driver of the lorry...

 

June 7, 1924 An tÓglách

Irish Amateur Championships...Middle Weights...W. Treacy (St. James's Gate) knocked out Cpl. Cullen (A.A.A.) in the first round.

 

Jun 13, 1924 (FJ) Appeal in a Dun Laoghaire Tenancy Case

...Dempsey v Tracey...shop, no.16 Upper Georges street, Dun Laoghaire...The premises, a lock-up shop...agreement dated 1st August 1920 for three years...business of tobacconist...ejectment because of refusal to pay an increase in rent...reserve judgement.

Jun 13, 1924 (IT) Important Kingstown Case

...Dempsey v. Tracey...shop, No.16 Upper George's street, Kingstown....agreement dated 1st August 1920 for three years...tobacconist...refusal to pay an increased rent of £120...reserve judgement.

 

Jun 14, 1924 (CT) GAA County Championship

Dublin beat Mayo...Dublin Geraldines...Tracy soon followed with a second from a free...

 

Jul 1, 1924 (IT) Mountjoy Prison Visitors [see Agnes Treacy]

...Mr. H. Tracy, Ryder's Row, Dublin...

 

Jul 5, 1924 (FJ) GAA Dublin team to play Mayo

...Treacy...(Geraldines)...

Aug 22, 1924 (FJ) Dublin Football Team to meet Kerry

...S. Treacy (Geraldines)...

 

4 August 1924 (FJ)

Parish of St. Columba, Drumcondra...5s...C. Treacey.

 

Sep 12, 1924 (IT) A Missing £10 Note

...Michael Tracy, 55 Rathmines road...licensed premises where Tracy was an assistant...

Sep 26, 1924 (FJ) Said he would pay

...promise to pay £1.1.0 which he stole from Michael Tracey, 144 North Strand...

Oct 4, 1924 (IT) Theft from a coat

...stealing from Michael Treacy, 144 North Strand...at his employers public-house...

 

20 September 1924 (FJ) The Army Cheque Case

Mr. M.J. Treacey, 17 Cadogan road, Fairview, states that Mr. Thomas McCarthy, who gave evidence in the Army Cheque case at the District Court on Thursday, does not live at that address.

 

Dec 11, 1924 (FJ) ...dispute in the Dublin Licence Trade...

...Michael Treacy, two member of a picket, were fined...prevent...from entering Cleary's Public house, 36 Amiens street...

 

Nov 11, 1924 (FJ)

Richard Treacy, a soldier in the National Army...Kilmainham and Cabra road...

 

Mar 3, 1925 (IT) Auction

Today (Tuesday) at 12 o'clock at Greenmount, Dundrum (on the Ballintyre Road) Motors, Contractor's Plant, Cattle, Furniture, etc. By instructions of Mr. George Tracy, who is going abroad...

 

Apr 8, 1925 (IT) Suspension in a workhouse

...South Dublin Workhouse...Mr. Christopher Tracy, wardmaster, at the dismissal of the butcher...He always regarded Tracy as a straightforward honest official and never had any reason to doubt his competency. He was disppointed that Tracy did not report these exceptional circumstances...[Tracy] examined...There was never any charge or complaint against him during his period of service...

 

Apr 18, 1925 (IT)

...Christopher Treacy, was fined £5 for having used a yard, office and shed at 6 Dixon's row, Marrowbone lane, for the purposes of betting on horse races...

 

May 21, 1925 (IT) Motor Cars

10 HP Sports Dietto Two Seater...Apply Tracy, rear Fitzwilliam place, lower Leeson street. 'Phone 2063.

 

Oct 5, 1925 & Oct 10, 1925 (IT) Prison Justices

Mrs Annie Tracey, O'Connell avenue...appointed by the Minister for Justice as Visiting Justices of Limerick County prison...

 

October 1925 School of Art

Alfred Tracey, 20 years, 41 Clonliffe Gardens

 

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.

 

Mar 24, 1926 (IT) Births

Tracy - March 17, 1926 at Nurse Clarke's Home, Newcomen House, North Strand road, to Mr. and Mrs M J Tracy a daughter.

 

Apr 17, 1926 (IT)

Compensation was claimed against Patrick Flynn trading as Patrick Flynn and Son, by Peter Tracey, a bricklayer and builder, who while working for the respondent on the 1st of October 1925 at Vernon avenue Clontarf strained his left arm and shoulder in lifting a heavy metal frame for a window into position. The applicatant was awarded £1 a week on the basis of total incapacity.

 

19 jun 1926 (CTr)

...Andrew Tracey, labourer, and his brother, John Tracy, labourer, of 32 Upper Dorset Street...grandmother...insurance policy.

 

Recorded: 6 July 1926                      

Naturalization Petition Records - East Carroll Parish Courthouse, USA

Name of Alien: Treacy, James

Born: 22 Oct. 1894 Dublin, Ireland

Date of Arrival: 28 Feb. 1921

Name of Vessel: Carmauia

Emigrated from: Liverpool, England

Occupation: Engineer   

Color: white 

Complexion: fair  

Height: 5ft.7in.   

Weight: 145lbs

Hair: lt. brown

Eyes: blue

Scar on right cheek

Wife: not married

Children:

Certificate #18905

 

Aurania 25 Jul 1926 Canada

Mary A Tracey [did not embarke], Age: 31, b. Dublin, Ireland

Friend: Mr. M. Costello, 4636a Papineau Ave, Montreal PQ [Note: Eleanor Costello, 51 Macken St, Dublin also did not embarke]

Brother Mr. L Tracey, 118 Townsend St, Dublin [Cumberland Street 1911 Census?]

 

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.

 

Jan 15, 1927 (IT)

...Dublin branch of the Association of ex-Civil Servants...Mr. C.L. Tracey was elected vice president...

 

25 jun 1927 (CTr) Eyre Square Galway

Programme...Hickey (Dublin) (Lightweight Champion of Ireland) v. Tracey (Dublin Lightweight)...

 

January 15, 1928 SI

Rathmines Fire Bridade ambulance on Friday conveyed to the meath hospital, Robt Treacey of 6 Montague St., who sustained severe shock in falling from a roof on which he was doing repairs.

 

Apr 18, 1928 (IT)

...John Tracey...Messrs Brooks, Thomas and Company [Abbey street] by whom Tracey was employed...one of them lived in Dominick street and the other in Granby place...acquittal.

 

May 16, 1928 (IT) Generals Disengaged

Young country girl...Apply Mary Tracey, Highfield Manor, Rathfarnham.

 

Nov 10, 1928 (IT) Dublin Labourer Drowned

...John Tracy (27) married, coal labourer, of 4 Peterson's lane Dublin...Messrs. Murphy coal yard...

 

1928 School of Art

Maura Treacy, Miss, 26, entered school 12 Nov 1928, 22 Arranmore Ave Phibsboro, Civil servant (Land Commission)

http://www.nival.ie/collections/collections/collection/archive/maura-treacy-1/view/item/

 

Traceys in Sallynoggin

...Mr Tracey was born in the house in 1928...Electoral Register from 1942...14. Sallynoggin Villas - Tracy William, Mary Anne & Christopher.

1950?... Frank Tracey delivered coal around Sallynoggin... Frank Tracey lived in Dominick St...

C.B.S. Eblana – Pictures

Confirmation 1943 [2 pictures]...F Tracey...Tracey...T. Tracey...W. Tracey...

Confirmation Class approx 1953...J. Tracey...P. Tracey...

Tracys of St. Patrick's Crescent

...Margaret and Josie Tracy. My mum knows they went to London, maybe in the 1950’s. My mum worked with Josie in the Plam Grove Cafe...

Pearse Rovers

Pearse Rovers started in the late 1950s by...Tommy Tracy...Tommy Tracy who was manager of the team the 1958...

Mountown Flats

...I had a photo of the first football team from the flats... Back Tom Tracy,?...

Alter Boys

...Fr Martin with the alter boys of St Micheals I can recognise some of the boys back row John Tracy...

7 a side tournaments

...here is a photo of Crokes who won that tournament nearly every year, This photo is early 1970s... Front John Tracy...

http://www.dunlaoghairecounty.ie/portal.php

 

May 18, 1929 (SS) Maytime in Eire

White roads and a hill that rises

Steep; in the cool, sweet skies,

Like steps to a palace leading,

Clouds upon clouds arise.

 

Mating time in the hedgerows,

Throstle song in the wood,

And the meadows shout a welcome

To the children's happy mood.

 

Breath of the hills of Wicklow,

Borne from our island sea -

Blow hither into my garden

To fashion things tenderly.

 

There let the curled aster

Flourish its rose-tipped head,

"Till the swallowes steal from the house-tops,

And the trees make lament, o'er the dead.

- Ciaran Tracey, in Catholic Pictorial (Dublin)

 

Aug 19, 1929 & Aug 24, 1929 (IT)

...Joseph Tracey, a painter, whose address was given as Mountjoy square...two children, aged 11.5 and 15 years...Mrs Tracey...

 

1929 Irish Distress Committee

Wilfrd Francis Treacy, County Dublin, File No. 2845

Records of the Colonial Office

 

1929 A Book of Dublin

P. Treacy, Builder and General Contractor - Estimates Free - 36 Ring Street Inchicore

 

Jan 9, 1930 (IT) Schoolboys Match

Lansdowne v. Bective...Tracey (C.U.S.)...

 

27 September 1930

Postal Clerks...Mr. M. Treacey, Dublin...

 

April 1930 P.J. Treacy, Ltd, 18 St. Stephen's Green Dublin. Phone 61983/4. Ford motor car Dealer.

 

February 1930 Ideal Homes Exhibition, Mansion House, Dublin

Great competition exists for the yellow disks, ranging in value from 5s to 20s distributed each day. They are given to certain selected visitors seen carrying a programme. Yesterdays winners were...Stephen Treacy, 4 Sitric Place 5/-...

 

September 1930  [see Agnes Treacy]

Mr. Frederick Treacy, an ex-lieutenant, of the Royal Munster Fusiliers, of Saggart, Co. Dublin was drowned on Saturday in the vicinity of the treacherous Curley's Hole at Dollymount Strand, Dublin...Mr. P.B. Treacy, The Lodge, Saggart, father of the deceased, accompanied the searchers in their quest...It is a sad coincidence that Mr. Hugh Treacy, uncle of deceased, was playing golf on the Royal Dublin course nearby about the time the tragedy occurred. During Mr. Treacy's service in France with the Munster Fusiliers he was wounded and in consequence was discharged from the army in 1918. During 1918 and 1919 he acted as inspector under the Agricultural Wages Board and from 1919 to 1922 was a temporary inspector under the Local Government Board. After a short sojourn in America he subsequently held a business position in Dublin and in 1928 was appointed secretary to the Newlands Golf Club, from which position he resigned in July last to take up a commercial appointment in Dublin. Mr. Treacy, who was a nephew of Mrs. Harold, of London (formerly Miss Agnes Treacy, the well-known vocalist) was popular with all classes and was a good swimmer. He leaves a widow and six children.

18 September 1930 The Western Daily Press

Dramatic Return of man who was “drowned. Said to have lived on blackberries for ten days.

Dublin Wednesday.

A man believed to have drowned at Curley’s Hole, a danger spot at Dollymount, Dublin, over 10 days ago, was today found wandering in another part of Dublin seven miles away.

The man – Mr Fred W. Treacey – an ex-British officer, was seen on Saturday, September 6, going to the water’s edge with the intention of bathing. Later, clothing containing letter, identifying Mr Treacey as the owner, were found on the rocks.

Civic Guards and Sea Scouts joinded in an extensive search, but found no trace of him.

When found today, Mr Treacey was bare-footed and was carrying his boots in his hand. He wore old tweed trousers and a sports coat.

Clad in Bathing Costume.

Underneath was nothing but a bathing costume.

He was unable to give any account of himself, and said he had been lying in fields eating blackberries. He was taken to Dublin where he was identified by his father.

Mr Treacey served in France with the Munster Fusiliers and after being wounded was discharged in 1918. Later, he acted as an inspector under the Agricultural Wages Board.

After a short stay in America, he held a business position in Dublin.

He lives with his wife and six children at Saggart (county Dublin).

 

November 06, 1931 (IP) Death

Treacy - Nov. 5th 1931, at Marlenella, Rathgar, the Very Rev. Wm. Treacy, CSSR, Rector, brother of Rev. B. Treacy, CSSR, Dundalk, and Rev. J. Treacy CSSR, Australia. Deeply regretted. Remains will be removed to-day (Friday) to Maiens street Station for 5.30 pm train to Dundalk. Funeral after 11 o'clock Mass, Dundalk, on Saturday morning.

14th November 1931 The Tablet

A Redemptorist Loss.—The Redemptorists in Ireland have suffered a loss by the death of the Rev. William Treacy, one of three priest brothers in that Congregation, the others being Father Brendan Treacy, of Dundalk, and Father John Treacy, who for many years past has laboured in Australia. Father William Treacy, a native of Birr, was ordained in 1909, and had served in a number of Redemptorist centres. He was a fluent Gaelic speaker, and liad given missions, not only in Ireland's ancient tongue, but also in Scottish Gaelic to Catholics living in the Hebrides. For the last three years of his life he had been rector at Rathgar, where death took place.

 

Jul 6, 1939 The Irish Times
Mr. A. Treacy And Miss A Crean
At the Church of the Holy Name, Beechwood avenue, the wedding took place of Mr. Alphonsus Treacy, of the Revenue Commissioners Office, Dublin Castle, son of the late Edward Treacy, of Birr, and Mrs Emily Treacy, of 13 Victoria road, Rathgar, Dublin, and Miss Angela Crean, daughter of Mr. J.B. Crean (late of the Irish land Commission) and the late Mrs crean of 65 Palmerston road, Dublin....assisted by the Rev Father J. Treacy, C.SS.R. (brother of the bridegroom)...

 

US State Department records

Mrs Helen M. Tracey Stewart residing Sandymount, Dublin date 1931-07-06

https://sites.google.com/site/irishgleanings/home/1-20-extracts-from-correspondence---part-20

 

1932 Rathmines School: Ora Et Labora. The School Roll from the Beginning…by Charles William Benson

Robert Henry Treacy; b. Dublin

Simon William Treacy; a. 11½; b. Dublin.

 

Doyle Edward of Charleville Lodge Charleville Road Cabra Dublin gentleman died 21 May 1932 Probate Belfast 27 April to Francis William Doyle M.B. and Philip Neri Treacy esquire.  Effects £642 17s. 6d.

 

1933 Auction of major property interests in Donnybrook

Donnybrook and City of Dublin, with frontage to Main Street and Dodder Row, on which are situated premises known as...Nos. 1 to 5 Tracey's Cottages...

 

7/11/1934 Irish Times.

Leaving Certificate Highest mark – Physiology and Hygiene.

Martin S.O. Treasaigh, Sqoil Iochta, Glasnevin, Dublin.

 

February 22, 1936 Irish Press

..were charged with having stolen four motor lorry wheels, valued at about £40, from a lorry, the property of Stephen Tracy, Templeogue...

 

1936 Spanish Civil War

List of men who are cited in some sources as having gone to Spain with O'Duffy

Tim Treacy, 12 Wolfe Tone Ave, Dun Laoghaire

http://irelandscw.com/band-DuffyProblems.htm

 

'Bayard' Port Au Spain Trinidad to Phil 29 Sept 1936

Patricia B Treacy, 36, b. 1900 Co Lough [Howth Dublin?] Ireland. Husband: D.J. Tracey, Walters Brewery, Trinidad, B.W.I. In transit 1835 frequently on holidays. Father Patrick McKenna 189, Lanrur Ave. Travelling to Attawa Canada via Los Angle Calif. 5'6", fair complexion, brn hair, gray blue eyes. [Emigrated to Canada 1904?]

Nora Kathleen Tracey, 4, b. 1932 Trinidad B.W.I. Father: D.J. Tracey, Walters Brewery, Trinidad. to St. Alban Canada. Fair complexion, blonde hair, blue eyes.

Charles Patrick Tracey, 2, b. 1934 Trinidad B.W.I. Father: D.J. Tracey, Walters Brewery, Trinidad. to St. Albans Canada. Fair complexion, blonde hair, blue eyes.

 

Apr 22, 1937 The Irish Times

Mr. W. L. Duggan And Miss K. Treacy

Mr. W. L. Duggan, solicitor, Carlow and Tullow, son of Mr. J.J. Duggan, Solicitor, and President of the Incorporated Law Society, and Mrs Duggan, Carlow, was married to Kathleen, youngest daught of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Treacy of waterford, of Dun Laoighre, at St. Michael's Church, Dun Laoighre, yesterday...The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. J.A. Treacy. Miss C. Treacy (sister of the bride) was the bridesmaid and Mr. Gerald Clancy (cousing of the bridegroom) acted as best man...

 

 

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1937

Dundrum-Taney, Co. Dublin.

Hidden Treasure

Eileen Tracey, age 12

St. Michaels

Dundrum

& Mr George Tracey, grandparent, age about 70

Seaview House,

Ballyedmonduff.

http://www.duchas.ie/en/cbes/4428232/4387329

 

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1937

Dundrum-Taney, Co. Dublin.

Hidden Treasure

Alfred Tracey,

Woodside,

Sandyford,

Co. Dublin.

http://www.duchas.ie/en/cbes/4428232/4387330

http://www.duchas.ie/en/cbes/4428232/4387331

 

 

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1937

Dundrum-Taney, Co. Dublin.

Bird-Lore

Alfred Tracey

http://www.duchas.ie/ga/cbes/4428232/4387351

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http://www.duchas.ie/ga/cbes/4428232/4387353

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1937

Dundrum-Taney, Co. Dublin.

Severe Weather

Alfred Tracey

http://www.duchas.ie/ga/cbes/4428232/4387343/4458858

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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23-6-’38 Christian Brothers School, Dún laoghaire
William Patrick Tracey,
5 Packenham Road,
Monkstown
http://www.duchas.ie/en/cbes/4428224/4387073
 
 
 
 
 
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1938 Programme - Mercenary Mary by Rathmines & Rathgar Musical Society
 
 
 
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1981 Treacy’s Sawmills, Jervis Street Dublin
 
 
 

 

  1939-1940 Dublin Electoral Lists [Link]

 The Dublin Library, Pearse Street now has the Electoral Register on line for the years 1939-1964 for the Dublin city area.
 
 
 
 
1940 Thoms Diirectory - Dublin
M Treacy, sand contractor £5 10s., Knockmaroon-hill .
Sister M. Patrick Treacy, superioress, Presentation Convent Clondalkin
 

10 Oct 1941 School of Art

Caitríona C. Ní T[h]reasig[h], 18 years, 10-10-'41, 101 Ascal baile Phib [Phibsboro?] baile Boie, Srás Seilbiseac, [signed] Carmel Ní T[h]reasaig[h]

http://www.nival.ie/collections/collections/collection/archive/caitrina-c-ni-treasaig/view/item/

 

1942 US Draft (born between 28 April 1877 and 16 February 1897)

John William Tracey, b. 24 Apr 1888 Dublin Ireland, 204 Whitman St New Bedford Briston Mass, 54, contact Mrs Ethel Tracy, works Nashawena Mills

Joseph Jefferson Treacy b. 23 Oct 1887 Dublin, Ireland Residence: Monmouth, New Jersey

Joseph Tracey b. 28 Sep 1882 Dublin, Ireland Residence: New York, New York

 

1942 Wexford County Council - Applicants for Vacancy for Post of Assistant County Surveyor

Patrick J. Treacy, B.E., 3 Ard Lorcain Villas, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin (22).

 

8 Oct 1943 School of Art

Michael F Treacy, 15 years, 56 Shelmartin Ave, Bread Van Helper

http://www.nival.ie/collections/collections/collection/archive/michael-f-treacy/view/item/

 

1952 Register of Music Teachers

Miss K. Treacy, 48 Victoria St., Sth. Cir. Rd., Dublin

Fleischmann, Aloys (1952). Music In Ireland. Cork University Press.

 

General – Newspaper Notices deaths

Daniel Tracy; Dublin DUB IRL; Freeman's Journal; 1764-1-17; dja

Edmund Tracy; Dublin DUB IRL; Cork Examiner (COR IRL); 1863-11-17; dja

Elizabeth Tracy "relict of Thomas" (Acheson); Dublin DUB IRL; Cork Examiner (COR IRL); 1866-1-26; dja

George R Tracy; Cork City COR>Dublin DUB IRL; Cork Examiner (COR IRL); 1856-10-31; dja

Henry Tracey; Dublin DUB IRL; Cork Examiner (COR IRL); 1865-1-26; dja

James Tracy; 28; Cork City COR>Dublin DUB IRL; Cork Examiner (COR IRL); 1882-4-4; dja

 

 

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City Quay, Dublin 2

In honour of the seamen lost while serving on Irish merchant ships 1939 – 1945

Irish Pine 15 - 11 - 42

F. Tracy…(Limerick)

http://www.irishwarmemorials.ie/

 

Grangegorman Military Cemetery

Julia Tracey, bur. 16 Apr 1881, age: 21mo, [AR]
John T. Tracy, d. 4 Mar 1952, Lt. Sergt., Royal Inniskillen Fusiliers, Quarry rd Cabra, [AR]

 

 

 

John Joseph Tracey (1813-1873) Painter of Classical Subjects and Irish Scenes

http://traceyclann.com/files/John Joseph Tracey.htm

 

 

 

Seán Treacy

Deepest sympathy is extended to Jimmí Treacy and the family of Seán Treacy (aged 72 years) Ballymun, Dublin and formerly of the Antrim Road, Belfast, whose death occurred during October. A former engineer with Dublin County Council he gave sterling service to the movement and for prisoners in the ‘70s and ‘80s. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam. From the staff of an Ard-Oifig, Sinn Féin Poblachtach.

Saoirse, number 115, November 1996

 

 

 

 

Lorcan O Treasaigh: his collected short stories won an Oireachtas prize.

 

Lorcán Ó Treasaigh (1927 - 2006), born in Dún Laoghaire November 1927, died in An Charraig Dhubh Dublin, aged 79 on October 22, 2006. He was one of four children of Lorcán Ó Treasaigh and Julia Kelly. He was educated locally by the Christian Brothers. He secured a post with the accounts department of Córas Iompar Éireann (CIE) and became a compere on the radio trains that in the 1950s and 1960s brought overseas visitors to Connemara and Killarney. He was a writer in Irish, producing poetry and fiction, and wrote 20 plays for Raidió Éireann. He was also a stage, radio and television actor. In 1973, he won a Club Leabhar prize of £100 from Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge. He married Cáit Ní Shiúedán in 1955 and was survived by his wife, sons Seán and Lorcán and draughters Siobhán, Caitríona and Bríd.

 

1972: Seamair by Lorcán Ó Treasaigh. Baile Átha Cliath Foilseacháin Náisiúnta 

1975: Uisce báis agus beatha by Lorcán Ó Treasaigh

1983: An Doras grianlasta by Lorcán Ó Treasaigh

1997: Turas Eireann: Cuairteanna Gairide I gContaetha na hEireann by Lorcán Ó Treasaigh Hardcover, Clochomhar Tta, ISBN 0903758954 (0-903758-95-4)

 

Ref: Irish Times 11th November 2006

 

 

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TG4 Comhrá le Máitín Tom Sheáinín

5. Cáit Uí Threasaigh- 22/10/2010

http://live.tg4.ie/main.aspx?level=Siamsaiocht&content=295183667201

 

Is í Cáit Uí Threasaigh as Baile Átha Cliath a bheidh ag comhrá le Máirtín Tom Sheáinín an tseachtain seo.


Insíonn Cáit do Mháirtín faoin uair ar chas sí lena fear céile Lorcán, ag dul ag an bhféile phan cheilteach sa Bhreatain Bheag.


Labhraíonn sí freisin faoin spéis mhór atá aici san Oireachtas.

 

 

 

 

 

Cáit Uí Threasaigh is this week’s guest on Comhrá.


She talks to Máirtín about how she met her husband Lorcán while on her way to the Pan Celtic Festival in Wales.


She also talks about her huge interest in the Oireachtas.

 

 

 

 

Rugadh Lorcán S. Ó Treasaigh i Marino, Baile Átha Cliath i 1957. D'fhreastail sé ar Choláiste Eoin i Stigh Lorgan, ar Choláiste Phádraig, Maigh Nuad (BA sa Ghaeilge agus sa tSocheolaíocht) agus ar Choláiste na Tríonóide (Ard-Teastas san Oideachas). Áiríonn sé dhá scríbhneoir go háirithe a ndeachaigh a saothar i bhfeidhm air: Seosamh Mac Grianna agus Seán Ó Ríordáin. Chaith Lorcán tréimhse sa Bhreatain Bhig sna seachtóidí. I 1982 bhuaigh sé duais £1,000 Guinness-Comhar ar a ghearrscéal Searcscéal sceadach. Nuair a foilsíodh a chéad úrscéal Sracfhéachaint (BÁC: Coiscéim, 1986) phléigh Aisling Ní Dhonnchadha é in agallamh leis inr Comhar Nollaig 1987. Tá sé ag saothrú an phróis chruthaithigh ó shin: An Dealbhadóir sa Ghairdín (BÁC: Coiscéim, 1991), leabhar a bhuaigh duais Oireachtais i 1990, agus Bás san Oirthear (BÁC: Comhar, 1992). Bhí Michael Davitt ina eagarthóir liteartha ar leabhar eile le Lorcán: Comaitéir (BÁC: Coiscéim, 1995). Roghnaíodh Céard é English? (2002) mar théacs ollscoile ar chúrsa Nua-Ghaeilge i gColáiste Phádraig, Má Nuad agus i gColáiste Phádraig, Drom Conrach. Brúigh anseo le tuilleadh eolais a fháil faoi Céard é English? Fuair sé coimisiún ó Cois Life trí scéim Bhord na Leabhar Gaeilge chun an t-úrscéal Cnoc na Lobhar a ullmhú.

 

Lorcán S. Ó Treasaigh was born in Marino, Dublin in 1957. Married with three children, he lives in Dalkey. He is a teacher and writer in the Irish language, with various works of poetry and prose published. He cites Seosamh Mac Grianna and Seán Ó Ríordáin as the two chief influences on his writing. Lorcán has also been on the judging panel of the National Poetry Competition with Poetry Ireland. His collection of poetry Comaitéir was an Oireachtas prize winner. Céard é English?, commissioned by Bord na Leabhar Gaeilge, was a best-seller and was selected as a Modern Irish course text in St. Patrick’s College in Drumcondra and Maynooth. He received an Arts Council Irish-language literature bursary in 2007.

 

Saothar Foilsithe

1986: Sracfhéachaint, Úrscéal Gairid (Coiscéim, Baile Átha Cliath) Úrscéal

1991: An Dealbhóir sa ngairdín (Coiscéim, Baile Átha Cliath) Úrscéal
1992: Bás san Oirthear (Comhar Teoranta, Baile Átha Cliath) Úrscéal
1995: Comaitéar: Cnuasach dánta (Coiscéim, Baile Átha Cliath) Filíocht
2002: Céard é English? (Cois Life, Baile Átha Cliath) Ficsean dírbheathaisnéisiúil
2007: Cnoc na Lobhar (Cois Life, Baile Átha Cliath) Ficsean

 

 

 

Taz Treacy,

Singer, songwriter & dancer from Dublin.

http://www.taztreacy.com/

 

 

 

 GENERAL REFERENCES FOR DUBLIN

 

Account Roll of the Priory of the Holy Trinity, Dublin 1337-1346 (1891) http://www.archive.org/details/accountrollprio00millgoog

Calendar of ancient records of Dublin http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=Calendar%20of%20ancient%20records%20of%20Dublin%20AND%20collection%3Aamericana

 

Adams, B.N. History & Description of Santry and Cloghran Parishes, Dublin, 1883

Alphabetical list of the constituency of the University of Dublin, 1865.

Appleyard, D.S, Green Fields Gone Forever, (Coolock & Artane area)

Ball, F.E. A history of the county of Dublin, Dublin, 1902 20.: 6 volumes

1.   Monkstown, Kill o the Grange, Dalkey, Killiney, Tully, Stillorgan, Kilmacud, Donnybrook, Booterstown, St Bartholemew, St Mark, Taney, St Peter, Rathfarnham. Tallaght, Cruagh, Whitechurch, Kilgobbin, Kiltiernan, Rathmichael, Old Connaught, Saggart, Rathcoole, Newcastle. Clonsilla, Leixlip, Lucan, Aderrig, Kilmactalway, Kilbride, KIlmahuddrick, Esker, Palmerstown, Ballyfermot, Clondalkin, Drimnagh, Crumlin, St Catherine, St Nicholas Without, St James, St Jude, Chapelizod Howth

2.   Castleknock, Mulhuddert, Cloghran, Ward, St Margaret's, Finglas, Glasnevin, Grangegorman, St George, Clonturk

Blacker, Rev. Beaver H. Sketches of the Parishes of Booterstown and Donnybrook, 1860-74

Clarke, Mary Sources for Genealogical Research in Dublin Corporation Archives, The Irish Genealogist, 1987.

Craig, Maurice Dublin 1660-1800, Dublin 1952

Cullen, L.N. Princes and Pirates: the Dublin Chamber of Commerce 1783-1983

Donnelly, N. Series of short histories of Dublin parishes.

Donnelly, N. State of RC Chapels in Dublin 1749, 2820941 p 10

Doolin. W. Dublin's Surgeon Anatomists,

Gilbert, Sir John T. A History of the City of Dublin, Dublin, 1885

Gilbert Library: Dublin and Irish Collections.

Harris, Walter The History and Antiquities of the city of Dublin, Dublin, 1776

Harrison, W., Dublin Houses or Memorable Dublin Houses, 1890

Kingston, Rev, John The Parish of Fairview: Including the present parishes of Corpus Christi, Glasnevin, Larkhill, Marino, and Donnycarney. Dundalk, 1953

Lawler, Hugh J. The Fasti of St Patrick's, Dublin, 1930

Le Fanu T.P., The Huguenot Churches of Dublin and their Ministries, (1905). Pamphlet (National Library) 2274

MacGiolla Phadraig, Brian History of Terenure, Dublin 1954

MacSorley Catherine M. The Story of Our Parish: St Peter's Dublin, Dublin, 1917

Maxwell, Constantia, Dublin under the Georges, 1714-1830, London, 1956.

McCready, C.T ((Dublin street names, dated and explained Dublin 441892 (including bibliography).

Monks, W. Lusk, a Short History,

O'Broin, Liam Traditions of Drimnagh . JNl of the Ryl Soc. of Antiq. of Ireland

O'Driscoll, J. Cnucha: a history of Castleknock & district,

Shepherd, E. Behind the Scenes: the story of Whitechurch district

St Peter's Parochial Male & Female Boarding Schools, Sunday, Daily & Infant Schools: Reports 1850 60. Pamphlet (National Library) 439

Stephen's Green Club, list of members, 1882.

Warburton, John, James Whitlow, Robert Walsh, History of the City of Dublin, London, 1818

 

 

NAI Ref Name Probate Ref Grant Type Date Issue Date Death

2004/74/8722 TREACY WILLIAM 1983 PO 006652 Intestate 22/12/1983 21/06/1962

2004/74/7921 TREACY WILLIAM 1983 PO 005802 Intestate 18/11/1983 26/02/1963

2004/74/5719 TREACY MICHAEL 1983 PO 004639 Intestate 09/08/1983 25/07/1966

2004/74/4258 TREACY MARTIN 1983 PO 003325 Intestate 15/06/1983 03/05/1970

2004/74/5718 TRACEY WILLIAM EDWARD 1983 PO 007379 Probate 02/08/1983 21/10/1977

2004/74/4894 TRACY ELLEN 1983 PO 004488 Intestate 26/07/1983 21/11/1980

2004/74/1861 TREACY ELIZABETH 1983 PO 001799 Probate 30/03/1983 12/01/1983

2004/74/7918 TRACEY HENRY ARTHUR 1983 PO 006089 Probate 11/11/1983 05/04/1983

2004/74/7919 TRACEY THOMAS 1983 PO 006387 Probate 29/11/1983 30/06/1983

2004/74/7920 TRACEY TOM 1983 PO 006388 29/11/1983 30/06/1983

2004/74/8721 TREACY MARGARET 1983 PO 006640 Intestate 21/12/1983 04/06/1983

 

 

 

 

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Message Boards

References to 1800

- Historical References

- Newspaper extracts

- Legal Records

- Directories

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Traceys of Dublin – Page 2

References from 1800 to 1899

- Directories

- Historical References

- Newspaper extracts

- Land Records

Traceys of Dublin – Page 3

Family Histories

Parish Records from 1800 onwards

 

 

Last update: 27 September 2017