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 It may be presumed that the Traceys of Galway are descended from the Sil Anmchadha

 

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The 1842 Ordnance Survey 6 Inch Maps for Galway are now available online.

 

The Traceys of Galway can trace their history back to the beginning of historical records, as Galway formed part of the territory of the Sil Anmchadha. The following place name is in Galway: Turloughtrassa Cross (Turlach Treasaigh) The cross of Turlogh Trassa, is a cross roads NW of Caherweelder townland in the civil parish of Killeely.

 

 

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The following is the location of the clann based on the map ‘Topographical and Historical Map of Ancient Ireland’ by Philip Mac Derrmott in 1846.

 

 

 

1270 Athenry Dominican Friary:
The Friary was founded for the Dominicans by Meiler de Bermingham, 2nd Lord of Athenry, in 1241 and dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul. The building of the church can really be described as a community effort, as a number of people joined together to build it. The refectory (now destroyed) was built by Felim O'Connor in 1265; Eugene O Heyne built the Dormitory, Cornelius O'Kelly the Chapter House, Dermot O'Treasy the Guest Room and Art MacGallyly the Infirmary. The Chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary was built by Mac-a-Wallyd de Bermingham and completed by William Wallys who died in 1344. But practically nothing remains of the domestic buildings. What is preserved is the nave-and-chancel church, together with a north aisle and transept. The tall lancet windows in the choir belong to the original church of the 13th century, but considerable portions of the church (including the aisle arches and pillars) are the result of rebuilding in the 14th century, probably by William de Burgo and his wife, Finola (who added 20 feet to the choir), while Joanna de Ruffur (who died in 1408) inserted a new east window.

The History of Galway By Sean Spellissy. Celtic Bookshop, 1999

Dedicated to SS Peter and Paul, building got off to such a fine start that a provincial chapter was held there in 1242. Both the native Irish and colonizing Anglo-Normans co-operated in sponsoring the construction work: Felim O'Connor, King of Connacht and founder of the Abbey of Roscommon, built the refectory, Eugene O'Heyne the dormitory, Cornelius O'Kelly the chapter-house, Walter Husgard the cloisters, Arthur MacGallyly the Infirmary, Bernard O'Trarasy (Treacy?) and his wife the guest-house, and Rodolf Hallatune gave the altar in the chapel of the Blessed Virgin; Thomas O'Kelly, Bishop of Clonfert, built a vault near the north side of the high altar. The priory was completed in 1261.

Prof. Etienne Rynne http://homepage.eircom.net/~athenryheritage/index.htm

31. Athenry. The House of St. Peter and St. Paul was founded by Meyler de Bermingham, first Anglo-Norman Lord of Athenry in 1241. The Register tells how the monastery was founded and how other great men helped by building parts and how additions were made. In such cooperative fashion we may suppose that many other monasteries were built regarding which we have but a founder's name. Meyler de Bermingham bought the site for 160 marks from a knight named Robert Branagh, or Welsh, and we may suppose that he built at least the greater part of the church. King Felim O'Conor built the Refectory; Archbishop Flann O'Flynn built the Scholar House; Owen O' Heine built the Dormitory; Cornelius O' Kelly (Conor) the Chapter House; Dermot O'Treasy and his wife Margaret O'Lorchan the great Guest Chamber; and Art Macgallyly the Infirmary. Sir William Liath and his wife gave one hundred marks for building the front and for glass, and enlarged the choir by 20 feet. This enlargement can be seen clearly in the ruins, and seems to have been made with a view to the adoption of the church as a family burying place so as not to interfere with the founder's rights of De Bermingham.

Knox, H.T. (1904) The Dioceses of Tuam, Killala and Achonry. Hodges Figgis, Dublin.

 

1421

De Beneficiis Vacantibus. 13 Kal. Dec. St. Peter's, Rome.(f. 225.)

To the abbot of Navan (Nouania) in the diocese of Clonfert. Mandate to collate and assign to Maurice Otressaig, clerk, of the diocese of Clonfert, the perpetual vicarage of Kylleadamuyrbolga in the said diocese, value not exceeding 4 marks, void by the death (fn. 2) of Nicholas Otressayg. Dignum etc. (Ja. xxiii. Quarto Non. Decembris Anno Quinto. de Cerretanis.)

'Lateran Regesta 216: 1421', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 7: 1417-1431 (1906), pp. 188-190

 

1431

20. Dicta die [xv Februarii], una bulla pro Mauricio Otirassaid, super perpetua vicaria parrochialis ecclesie de Killeayamur Bolga, Clonfertensis diocesis, cuius fructus etc. iiii marcharum sterlingorum communi extimacione, restituta fuit sine obligacione. (Lib. Annatar., 1430-31, f. 228.)

20. Cf. nos. 77, 78; Cal. papal letters, vi. 414; vii. 190; viii. 200; ix. 495; xiii. 760. Cill lomair Bolga, the vicarage of Bolgu [Taxation, 1302], now Killimorbologue parish in Longford barony. Otirassaid, i.e., Ó Treasaigh, Tracy, a family of the Ui Maine kin to the O'Maddens. They were centred on this parish and a number of them held the vicarage as well as other ecclesiastical offices in the diocese.

Patrick K. Egan and M. A. Costello. Obligationes pro Annatis Diocesis Clonfertensis. Archivium Hibernicum, Vol. 21 (1958), pp. 52-74

Maurice Otirassaid (O’Tracy), Vicar of Killimorbologue

Bliss, William Henry (1893) Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland.: Papal Letters HM Stationary Office pp.200

55. Dicta die [xv Martii], dominus Mauricius Otressay, canonicus ecclesie ...
Otressay; cf. nos. 20, 59; Cal. papal letters, xiii. 110, 760, 764; xiv. ...

Archivium Hibernicum: Or, Irish Historical Records By Catholic Record Society of Ireland, 1956 pp.67-8 Item notes: v.19-22, p.57

Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland. HMSO, 1960

 

1480 (recte 1481[–2].) 10 Kal. April. (23 March.) St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 23r.) - Lateran Regesta, Vol. DCCCXIII.

To the abbot of St. Mary's, Abbeygormacan (Via noua), and the priors of St. Mary's, Clontuasgertomane, and St. Catherine's, Achruymomane, in the diocese of Clonfert. Mandate to collate and assign to Maurice Otressay, a canon of Clonfert, who is in his twenty-fourth year, the perpetual vicarage of Kyllaemarbolga in the diocese of Clonfert, value 3 marks sterling, so long void that its collation has lapsed to the apostolic see, although William Otressay, priest, of the said diocese, who is to be summoned and removed has detained it for some years, without any title or right; notwithstanding that he holds a canonry and prebend of Clonfert, value 20 marks sterling. The pope hereby dispenses him to receive and retain the said vicarage, notwithstanding the said defect of age, etc., and not to be bound for a year to have himself promoted to any holy order on account of the said vicarage or other benefice with cure or requiring holy orders, whilst studying letters at an university. Vite etc. (At the end: N. xx. Quarto Non. Aprilis anno undecimo. Garilliati.) [3½ pp. –]

1481 4 Kal. March. (26 Feb.) St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 193v.)

To the abbot of St. Mary's, Abbeygormacan (de Via nova), in the diocese of Clonfert, and Cornelius Ochenay and Donald Omulalay, canons of Clonfert. Mandate, as below. The pope has been informed by Maurice Oroesay (?), a canon of Clonfert, that Odo Maccegayn, a canon of the same church, has carnally known a certain kinswoman of his and kept her as his concubine, and has had offspring by her, even after he had been monished by Matthew, bishop of Clonfert, to put her away, and that he has committed perjury and neglected the canonical hours. And the said information added that the fruits etc. of the canonry and prebend of Clonfert which the said Maurice holds are insufficient for his maintenance, and that if the rectory of Dundayre in the diocese of Clonfert, with cure and of the patronage of laymen, which is held by the said Odo for life as united to his canonry and prebend of Clonfert, were separated therefrom and united to the canonry and prebend which the said Maurice holds, for his lifetime, he would be more able to maintain himself. The pope, therefore, hereby orders the above three, if the said Maurice will accuse the said Odo before them, to summon the latter and others concerned, and if they find the foregoing to be true, to dissolve the said union to the said Odo's canonry and prebend, and deprive him of the said rectory, and remove him therefrom, and in that event to unite it, value 16 marks sterling, to the said Maurice's canonry and prebend, value 3 marks sterling, for his lifetime. Circa pastoralis officii. [3 pp. +]

1481 3 Non. March. (5 March.) St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 327r.)

To the dean of Clonfert, and Maurice Otressay and Cornelius Ochenay, canons of the same. Mandate, as below. The pope has learned that a canonry of Clonfert and the prebend called [the prebend] of Kyllaiayn [sic] therein, and the perpetual vicarage of Ligmolasy, and a perpetual benefice, without cure, called a rectory in the church of Kyllmolonog, and another in the church of Magunacclay, in the diocese of Clonfert, both of which benefices are of lay patronage, have been so long void that their collation has lapsed to the apostolic see, although Maurice Ocormacayn, priest, detains the said canonry and prebend, and William Obrogay [sic], an Augustinian canon, the said vicarage, and John Ocormacayn, clerk, of the said diocese (who is illegitimate, being the son of a priest and an unmarried woman), the said benefices, respectively, all of them without any title or right. The pope, therefore, relaxing the oath which Thady Olorchan, clerk, of the said diocese, who is in his twenty-third year, lately swore (after being, at the instance, as is believed, of the said Maurice, William, and John, captured and compelled by lay power) not to try to obtain the said canonry and prebend, vicarage and benefices, hereby orders the above three to summon the said Maurice, William, and John, and to collate and assign the said canonry and prebend, vicarage and benefices (which are without cure), value altogether not exceeding 9 marks sterling, to the said Thady, removing the said Maurice, William, and John. The pope further dispenses him to receive and retain the said vicarage, notwithstanding the said defect of age, etc. Vite etc. (At the end: M. xxii. Septimo Id. Martii anno undecimo. Bonattus, pro A. de Petra.) [3 pp.—]

1482 55. Dicta die [xv Martii], dominus Mauricius Otressay, canonicus ecclesie Clonffertensis, principalis, obligavit se Camere Apostolice pro annata rectorie parrochialis ecclesie de Dundayre, Clonfertensis [diocesis], cuius fructus sexdecim marcharum sterlingorum communi extimatione, vacaturi per privationem Odonis Macaegayn, canonici dicte ecclesie, extra Romanam curiam faciendam. Que rectoria mandatur uniri canoni catui et prebende dicte ecclesie, quos dictus Mauricius in dicta ecclesia obtinuit, ad vitam dicti Mauricii. Et mandatur uniri dicta rectoria, sub dat. Rome, quarto Kal. Marcii, anno undecimo. Et promisit solvere annatam dicte rectorie eidem Camere hie in curia, aut Collectori in partibus, infra sex menses immediate a die habite possessionis com putandos, sub penis etc. etc. Restituta [bulla] de mandato, quia unio etc. (Ibid., f. 144.)

55. Dundayre; cf. no. 12. Otressay; cf. nos. 20, 59; Cal. papal letters, xiii. 110, 760, 764; xiv. [unpublished], 30 Jan. 1486. Macaegayn; cf. no. 22.

Patrick K. Egan and M. A. Costello. Obligationes pro Annatis Diocesis Clonfertensis. Archivium Hibernicum, Vol. 21 (1958), pp. 52-74

1482. Prid. Kal. May. (30 April.) St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 142r.)

To Cornelius Ochenay, Maurice Otressay, and Donald Omuilkwy, canons of Clonfert. Mandate, as below. The recent petition of William Oceallaygh, prior of St. John Baptist's, Renydwyn, of the Order of Cruciferi of Jerusalem, in the diocese of Elphin, contained that although he obtained the said priory, conventual, elective and with cure, by canonical collation and held possession of it in peace for fourteen years, Thady Oceallaygh, clerk, under pretext of a collation made de facto to him (then a minor and illegitimate, being the son of unmarried parents, and without any dispensation), despoiled William of the priory, likewise de facto, intruded himself, and forced William to abide by the award of certain arbitrators, who, after receiving from Thady the sum of 24 marks sterling, wrongfully awarded to him the priory. The pope, therefore, hereby orders the above three (seeing that William cannot safely meet Thady in the city and diocese of Elphin), to summon Thady, and if they find to be true what is alleged in regard to the said spoliation, etc., to decree null and void the said collation to Thady and the said award, and in that event to restore William to possession, and, by way of greater precaution, (fn. 1) to make provision to him anew of the said priory, value with its annexes 26 marks sterling, removing Thady, and condemning him to restore the fruits taken since his intrusion and to make satisfaction to William for costs lawfully incurred, under pain of incurring sentence of excommunication, removeable by none but the pope. Justis petentium votis. (In the margin: Maij.) [3½ pp.]

1485. 18 Kal. May. (14 April.) St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 128r.)

To the archdeacon of Clonfert, Maurice Otreasly, a canon of the same, and the official of the same. Mandate to collate and assign to Stephen Laeles, priest, of the diocese of Clonfert, the perpetual vicarage of the parish church of Kyltormora [sic] in the said diocese, yearly value not exceeding 4 marks sterling, so long void that by the Lateran statutes its collation has lapsed to the apostolic see, although Philip Odoeleayn, priest, who is to be summoned and removed, has detained possession for several years, without any title or right. Vite etc. (Gratis pro deo. Juravit.) [2⅓ pp.]

1486–7. 3 Kal. Feb. (30 Jan.) St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 104r.) Vatican Regesta, Vol. DCCXIX. Bullarum Liber XXII. 3 Innocent VIII.

To the abbot of Abbeygormacan (de Via nova) and the prior of the monastery of Clontuasgerta Omane, wont to be governed by a prior, in the diocese of Clonfert, and the official of Clonfert. Mandate, as below. The pope has learned that the perpetual vicarage of the parish church of Rilconeecehne [sic] in the diocese of Clonfert has been so long void that by the Lateran statutes its collation has lapsed to the apostolic see, although Eugene Offathi, who behaves as prior of the monastery of St. Mary, Achdraym Omane, O.S.A., in the said diocese, has without any title detained possession of it for some years. And the pope has been informed by Theobald de Burgo, a canon of Clonfert (Clotferten. [sic]), that Maurice Otressay, a canon of Clonfert (Clotferten.), when under sentence of excommunication, of which he was not ignorant, has taken part in divine offices in contempt of the Keys, thereby contracting irregularity, that he has dilapidated and turned to his own evil purposes the precious movable goods of the prebend called the prebend of Kilteskyll in the church of Clonfert, and of the rectory of the parish church of Dundayre in the said diocese, which is of lay patronage, and is annexed for his lifetime to his said canonry and prebend, and has not served the said rectory by himself or by a vicar, although often monished by the ordinary. At the petition, therefore, of the said Theobald, who alleges that he is of a great race of nobles, the pope hereby orders the above three, if he will accuse the said Maurice before them, to summon the latter, and if they find the foregoing to be true, to deprive and remove him from the said prebend, and in that event to summon the said Eugene, and collate and assign the said vicarage and prebend to the said Theobald, and, with consent of the patrons, unite and appropriate the said rectory, and also the said vicarage, to the said prebend, yearly values not exceeding 20, 6, and 3 marks sterling, respectively, for as long as he shall hold the latter, inducting him, and removing the said Maurice from the said prebend, and rectory, and the said Eugene from the said vicarage. Apostolice sedis providentia circumspecta. [6¼ pp.]

1487 59. Die dicta [xiii Martii], Thebaldus de Burgo, canonicus Clotfer thensis, principalis, obligavit se Camere Apostolice pro annata vicarie parrochialis ecclesie de Kalconrechmie, dicte diocesis, cuius sex marcharum sterlingorum, vacantis iuxta statuta Lateranensis concilii, ac canonicatus et prebende dicte ecclesie Clotferthensis, quorum trium ac rectorie parrochialis ecclesie de Dundayre eiusdem diocesis, cuius viginti marcharum similium non excedunt etc., per privationem Mauritii Otressay, ipsius ecclesie canonici, ad vitam cuius dictis canonicatui et prebende prefata rectoria est unita, vacaturorum. Et de quibus providetur dicto Thebaldo, sub dat. tertio Kal. Februarii, anno tertio. Et promisit solvere annatam, infra tres menses a die habite possessionis computandos, Collectori Camere in partibus deputato, sub penis Camere. Et iuravit. (Ibid., f. 93.

59. Kalconrechnie, i.e., Kilconickny parish in baronies of Loughrea, Athenry and Dunkellin; cf. Cal. papal letters, v. 103; xiv., 30 Jan. 1486-7. Dundayre; cf. no. 12. Otressay; cf. nos. 20, 55. Thebaldus de Burgo; cf. Cal. papal .etters, xiii. 302 [?]; xiv.. a.d. 1486.

Patrick K. Egan and M. A. Costello. Obligationes pro Annatis Diocesis Clonfertensis. Archivium Hibernicum, Vol. 21 (1958), pp. 52-74

1488 4 Non. April. (2 April.) St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 84v.).

To the abbot of the monastery of St. Mary de Portu puro, Clonfert, and the prior of the monastery of Clontuscerta Omane in the diocese of Clonfert, wont to be governed by a prior, and the dean of Clonfert. Mandate, as below. The pope has learned that a certain perpetual benefice without cure (simplex), called the church or rectory de Madnurlay, of lay patronage, and the perpetual vicarage of the parish church of Lyemolassy [sic], in the diocese of Clonfert, have been so long void that by the Lateran statutes their collation has lapsed to the apostolic see, although John Ocorroakeryn [sic], clerk, and Thady Olorichayn, priest, of the said diocese, respectively, have without any title or right detained possession for some time. At the recent petition, therefore, of John Ytreassy, (Note 2) clerk, of the said diocese, the pope hereby orders the above three to summon the said John Ocormakayn and Thady, and the bishop and chapter of Clonfert, and others concerned, and if they find that the said benefice and vicarage, yearly values not exceeding 2 and 5 marks sterling, respectively, are void in any way, etc., to erect the said benefice into a prebend of Clonfert, and to erect therein a canonry, for the lifetime of the said John Otrassi, and in that event to collate such erected canonry and prebend and the said vicarage to the said John Otreassy, inducting him, and removing the said John Ocormakayn and Thady. Apostolice sedis circumspecta benignitas. [4⅓ pp. In the margin at the end: ‘Maij.’]

Note 2 Also written Otroassi, Otreassi, Otreassy, Otrassi, and Otressay.

1488 3 Id. May. (13 May.) St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 99v.)

To the abbot of St. Mary's, Abbeygormacan (de Noua uia), in the diocese of Clonfert, and Maurice Otrassy and Donatus Ohwuiriy (?), canons of Clonfert. Mandate, as below. The recent petition of Philip Odownylay, priest, of the diocese of Clonfert, contained that after he had been dispensed by papal authority on account of illegitimacy, as the son of a priest and a married woman, to be promoted to all, even holy orders and hold a benefice even with cure, and had been made a clerk, he obtained by canonical collation the perpetual vicarage of the parish church of Kiltormoyr in the said diocese; that he resigned it when provision had been made to him by the same [papal] authority of the perpetual vicarage of the parish church of Killynaduna in the said diocese; and that, without having obtained any other dispensation, he and Fergal Odonnlan, priest, of the said diocese (to whom provision had been canonically made of the said vicarage of Kyltormoyr, resigned the said vicarages of Kyllinaduna and Kyltolmoyr [sic], respectively, to the present bishop of Clonfert extra R.c., who by his ordinary authority admitted the said resignations, and made de facto collation and provision of the said vicarages of Killynaduna and Kiltormoyr to the said Fergal and Philip, respectively, under pretext whereof the said Philip took possession of the said vicarage of Kyltormoyr and has detained it, taking the fruits, likewise de facto, thereby contracting disability. The said collation and provision of the said vicarage of Kyltormoyr being therefore without force, and the pope having learned that the said vicarage of Kyltormoyr is still void as above, he hereby rehabilitates on account of the foregoing the said Philip (who alleges that after the said dispensation he had himself promoted to the said orders, that he has at great expense repaired and restored the said church of Kiltormoyr, which was in ruin, and that the said vicarage of Kyltormoyr has been by authority of the ordinary de facto united to the canonry and prebend of Clonfert held by Thady Macegayn, who has not had possession of it), remits to him the fruits received by him from the said vicarage of Kyltormoyr, and orders the above three to summon the said Thady and others concerned, and if they find the said vicarage of Kyltormoyr, yearly value not exceeding 3 marks sterling, to be void as above or in any way, etc., to collate and assign it to the said Philip. The pope specially dispenses him to receive it, and to resign it when he pleases, etc., notwithstanding the said defect, etc. Before they proceed to the execution of these presents, he is to resign it to them. Sedis apostolica, pia mater. (Gratis pro deo.) [7 pp. In the margin at the end: ‘Junii.’]

Vatican Regesta, Vol. DCCXXXII. (fn. 1) Bullarum Liber XXXV. 4 Innocent VIII.

'Vatican Regesta 732: 1488', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 14: 1484-1492 (1960), pp. 220-223.

 

Clonfert 1494

John OTracey (Otrcassny) cleric of Clonfert d., a commission. Reg. Suppl. 987, fo 88r (13 March 1494) the commission concerns the execution of Innocent VIII’s mandate to collate the parish church of ?Lickmolassy (Bicharalace), d. Clonfert, detained by Thady Olorkan (Olarcaryn) ostensible priest, to Otracey. Cf CPL XIV, p.221

Boyle LE ed (1998) Calendar of Papal Letters Volume XVII, Part II, 1492-1503, Alexander VI. Irish Manuscripts Commission, Dublin.

O’Treacy (Otressay, Ottresan), John canon of Clonfert, papal mandatary

 Clergy, the religious and the faithful in Britain and Ireland (1471-1484) & (1484-1492)

Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland. HMSO, 1960

 

Vicars Choral of Tuam 1573-1600

William Leeward (or Seeward?)

Thomas Trassye

Aubury Clake (Clarke?)

Thomas Adycat?

[The names are badly written in Ms. Trin. Coll. Dubl. E.3.14.]

Cotton, Henry (1848). Life Fasti Ecclesiae Hibernicae: The Succession of the Prelates and Members of the Cathedral Bodies of Ireland. Volume IV. pp.47.

 

Elizabeth I

1576 8th May

Pardon to ... Edm O Trosse, kern, Cloghan (Galway)

1582 19th September

Pardon to ... Teig m’Wm O Tresye of Loghreaghe (Galway)

1582 20th September

Pardon to ... David Roo O Trassy, Ballendirre (Galway)

1583 3rd May

Pardon to ... Moragh O Tressy, Tumoltagh O Tressy (Galway)

1585 31st May

Pardon to ... Tumoltagh O Trassy m’Rory Oge (ie Tumoltagh son of Rory son of Rory), kern, John Trassy alias Shane Fyn of Kilmore, clerk (Galway)

1585 3rd June

Pardon to ... Tho Oge O Trassie of Ballynatolhoe (Galway)

1585...4718 (3891) Grant to Donell O Madden, of Longforde, chief of his nation; of all the manors, castles and lands surrendered by him by his deed of 3 June, viz:- Longeforde, Tireihane, Clownefegan, Lisballimore, Kilmarouseke, Clare, Skewgh Coore, Ballyneren, Townesallah, Lismyfadda, Lispeg, Annohherbye, co. Galway, and all services and customs of...Monter Trassey...[Muinter? = family]

1585 27th June

Pardon to ... Wm O Treasie of Kilcayarin (Galway)

1586 6th June

Pardon to ... Owen O Trassie of Killimerboll (Galway)

1591 26th November

Pardon to ... Teige O Tressy of Clonecony (Galway)

1592 13th June

Pardon to ... Wm O Tressy of Knynagha (Galway?)

1602 7th July

Pardon to ... Melaghlin O Trasy of Ballinehesgrigh (Galway)

The Irish Fiants of the Tudor sovereigns. (1994) De Burca, Dublin.

 

Ormond Deeds VI 1593 Sept 27th

Bond of Thadeus alias Teig Trassy to Henry Sheth (Shee) to the use of the Earl of Ormond to grant to the Earl the towns of Corragh, Lisenosky, Clone etc. Co. Galway. (D. 3197)

Bond of September 27 1593 by Thadeus alias Teig Trassy of Kenles, Co. Kilkenny, yeoman, to Henry Sheeth, to the use of the Earl of Ormond in the sum of 200L. Said Teig to perform his promise to grant to said earl in consideration of a certain sum of money the towns of Corragh, Lisenosky, Clone, Conery and Killyan with the appurtenances in Co. Galway, the purchase price to be determines by Henry Sheeth and James White of Kenles.

Wit: Jasper Sheth, Thomas Cantwell, Patrick Bussher, William O’Bowe

 

AD 1603 The Patent Rolls of James I, third part

Roll III - General Pardons: 1-32 Letters patent, thirty-two in number, bearing date on and between the 19th April and the 20th Febr., in the first year, granting the kings pardon of the like crimes and misdemeanors, as those recited in 77, pa. 31, to 3,230 persons mentioned by name, in the twenty counties...Galway co...O'Trashy or O'Trasys, 7;...see nos 6 and 21

1603 Pat. 1 James I.

XXI - 19...Tomultagh O'Trassey of Ballyheskeagh, husbandman...Sept 1st [Kilkerrin? Galway]

1603 Pat 1 James 1 Part 3

VI. - 3 General Pardon to ...Will. O'Trashy of Kilconerine, gent...Tho. oge O'Trashy of Lishenard, gent...Donell O'Trasha of the Ingen...Brien O'Tressy of the Ingen...

...Brien O'Trasy of Killymore-Boulge...12th May 1st [Galway]

1606 Pat. 3 James I

Galway County...parcel of the estate of Teige O'Trassy of Belarahill, slain in rebellion: rent 6s8d - in Rath in Rathconnor, 1qr - in Barran, 1qr - in Kappaghkelly. 1/2qr - in Gornshinrissin, 2/3[?] parts of 1/5qr;... [Ballycahill?, Killimorbologue and Tynagh?, Galway]

1611 Pat 8 James I

…parcels of the estate of Teige Trassie, late of Ballaghill, slain in rebellion;  rent, 6s8d - in Rahine and Rathycon, 1 qr; in Garran, 1 qr; in Cappaghkelly, 1/5 qr; in Gortnahinaissen, two-thirds of 1/5 qr;... [Ballycahill?, Killimorbologue and Tynagh?, Galway]

 

1604 Killimor

The old Church of Killimor stands a short distance to the west of the village. It is the largest parish church of the period (circa 1595) being 75ft x 18ft. The greater part of the two side walls are destroyed, but the two gables which are 75ft apart, are in good state of preservation. The east gable contains a window in the pointed style, very much veiled with ivy, and the west gable is featureless. The oldest tombstone is a monument to William O'Treasaigh who was buried in the year 1604. St Íomar's Well is situated on the side of the road immediately at the church, and is still considered somewhat sacred. [O’Donovan, Ordenance Survey letters]

http://killimor.org

 

1611-1614. James I. Calendar of State Papers Ireland

The Lord Deputy to the Attorney-General. Order to draw forth a fiant of incorporation of the town of Tuam, CO. Galway, by the name of Soveraigne and Burgesses of Galway.—Chichester House, 7 December 1612.

List appended :—Isaek Lally, Soveraigne ; Murtagh Hanyn, Donell O'Bukin (sic), Tully Donellane, Francis Robinson, Thomas Sais, Samuel Barnard, Donell Graame M'na Hyny (sic), John Kirevan [Kirwan], Manus O'Trehy, John O'Donoghou (sic), Owen O'Higgin; Thomas O'Cuillename (sic).

P. J . Orig. Signed at beginning. Endd. : " Tuam."

Dec. 7. vol. 62 No.118

[Note: Presume this is Manus O’Tressy as Trehy is not found for Tuam]

 

1636-1703 Books of Surveys and Distribution

 

Killymore Parish: Lonford Barony

 

No. of reference in ye Alphabet

Proprietors name Anno: 1641

Denominations

Number of Acres unprofitable

Number of Acres profitable

Number of profitable Acres disposed of on ye Acts

To whom disposed with their Title, whether by Decree, Certificate or Patent, References to ye record thereof

No. of ye Book or Roll & ye Page or Skin

Number of ye unprofitable Acres remaining undisposed

John Mc Daniell Mc Rory O Trassy

½ Cartron of ye Inga quarter

004..0..00

046..0..00

157..0..00

Sr ffran. Gore

p.64

John Mc Donell Mc Mlaghlin O Trassy

1/3 quarter in Ballynahiskeragh

5..0..00

100..0..00

101..0..00

Earle Clanrickard 1/3 quarter

Murrogh Mc Donell O Trassy

1 Cartron in Killyne of the Said 4 quarter

044..0..00

140..0..0

Earle Clanrickard 1/2 quarter Wo

James ffitz Wm Power

John Mc Daniell Mc Mleagh O Trassy prd (=aforesaid)

1 Cartron ½ Carton in Killyne of the Said 4 quarter

059..0..00

059..0..00

Ffergus Madden

 

Killconerin Parish: Dunkellin Barony

 

No. of reference in ye Alphabet

Proprietors name Anno: 1641

Denominations

Number of Acres unprofitable

Number of Acres profitable

Number of profitable Acres disposed of on ye Acts

To whom disposed with their Title, whether by Decree, Certificate or Patent, References to ye record thereof

No. of ye Book or Roll & ye Page or Skin

Number of ye unprofitable Acres remaining undisposed

38

John Mc Keadagh Mc William Tressy 2/3 θ wanting 1/7

Cregaturrla ½ quarter wanting 1/7 part

021..0..00

096..0.00

Walter Blake

p.125

 

1643

Redmond Tressy of Kilcrua (Tipperary?) hanged at Magher an earla (Magher an Iarla) in Tiranascragh (Galway) hanged 17th November 1643 on the order of the Earl of Clanrickard for the murder of a Scotsman John Chancelor, his English wife Elizabeth and their son John. The Earl of Clanrickard states that after interrogation Redmond Tressy confessed. Also hanged for the same offence, William O’Meaghan of Kilcrua hanged at Portumna 16th November 1643 and Breasal McDermot O’Madden of Killimor, hanged at Killimor 4th December 1643.

The lands of Teigue O’Trassie of Ballaghaghill [Ballycahill Killimorbologue Galway???] who was slain in the rebellion were given to Richard Earl of Clanrickard.

Lowe John ed (1983) Letter-book of the Earl of Clanricarde, 1643-47. Irish Manuscripts Commission, Dublin.

Madden, Gerard (2004) History of the O’Maddens of Hy-Many. East Clare Heritage, Co. Clare.

 

Clonfert 1647

Anno 1647 28 Novembris. Intercedente et testificante in scriptis Doctore Fayo Clonfertensis. Parochialis (ecclesia) loci Killiemor de Longford fructus 40 librarum, pro Donato O Trussi, presbytero dictae dioecesis. (Probably the parish known formerly as Killimore-Bolloge, in the barony of Longford, co. Galway, and now comprising also Tiranascragh.)

Calendar of Hibernia, no. 2, 1959

 

1655-1658 Local Transplatation Barony of Dunkellin

Tressy (Tracy) Richard and Una, Alias Swiney.

Kilconierin 54 Irish Acres (H 4 profitable decreed)

Killeeneen (H 15)

Killogilleen (H 32)

The Transplantation to Connacht 1655-58 (1970) Irish Manuscript Commission.

 

Name, Date of Decree, Date of Final settlement, No. of Acres

Edmond Tressy, Co. Galway, 12 May 1656, 9 July 1657, 200

Richard and Una Tressy alias Swiney Co. Galway, 17 May 1656, 13 Aug 1657, 54

1899 [C.9245] Historical manuscripts commission. Report on the manuscripts of the Marquis of Ormonde, K.P., preserved at the castle, Kilkenny. Vol. II.

 

Irish Tokens 1653-1679 

These were given out by the Crown in Ireland, and were used as a royal license to do business. If you were a trades or business merchant you had to obtain this token. Some had dates on them and many did not. By 1680 the tokens were replaced by a Crown halfpenny copper coin.

Galway Issues, Town Date Occupation
James Tressy, Tuam 1670 merchant
tuam

Boyne William & Williamson, George Charles (1889) Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales, and Ireland: By Corporations.

 

 

 

 

Macalister, R.A.S. A Catalogue of the Irish Traders' Tokens in the Collection of the Royal Irish Academy. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section C: Archaeology, Celtic Studies, History, Linguistics, Literature, Vol. 40 (1931/1932), pp. 19-185

Smith, Aquilla. Appendix No. IV: Catalogue of Tradesmen's Tokens. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy (1836-1869), Vol. 4 (1847 - 1850), pp. xxvii-liv

February 1943 Tuam Herald - Old Tuam Society Meeting

...Dr. T.B. Costello, M.R.I.A....showed members a sketch of the token of a prosperous Tuam merchant of the seventeenth century. On one side of the token was "James Tressy 1d" (in the centre), on the reverse "TUUM MARCHANT 1670" and in the centre a Heraldic shield. The token was found in Shop Street by one of the workmen, when excavating for the new sewerage some years ago.

Tuam

The trade tokens issued by James Treacy in 1670 represent an unidentified local initative. The particular business in which this Tuam Merchant was engaged is likely to have been located on 'Trassy's Plott' which is shown on the 1720 map as lying between the Tullinadaly and Ballygaddy roads (fig 2). A premises nowadays known as The Thatch is centrally situated on this plot. It is said to be the oldest public house in Tuam and may indeed go back to James Treacy's time.

http://www.traceyclann.com/files/Tuam.pdf

 

1673 The Franciscan convert

After my Conversion [to Protestantism], I applied my self to the Lord Bishop of Clonfeart, who gave me a Curates place in Loughreah, with some other preferment in the County of Galloway, worth about 80l. per annum, where I, shortly after, in using my Function in the Church, was shot at by one Thomas  Tressey, a Papist, Inhabitant of that place, but not wounded, for which he was afterward bound to his good behaviour, by the said Bishop; after which, the Papists, there, did several times threaten me with death: whereupon, for preservation of my Life, I was forced to retire into Lymerick, whereby I lost such preferment as the said Bishop had bestowed upon me: But before I went from Loughreagh, several of the Papists Priests, and others, living thereabouts, which I am ready to name, and do hereby Accuse, did publiquely report that his Majesty, his Royal Highness, and all the Nobility & Gentry of the Kingdome of England, were privately of their Religion, which they used as an Argument to make me fall back again to Popery.

Egan, Anthony, B.D. (1673) Title: The Franciscan convert, or, A recantation-sermon of Anthony Egan ... preached in London on April 6, 1673

 

April 8 1681 No. 198.

Four joint bonds given by John Blake of Muckiniss in the county of Clare, Dame Ellinor Blake of the same, and Isidore Lynch of Drimcong in the county of Galway, to Gregory Lynch of Killcuane in the county of Galway, in the penal sum of £40 each. Bonds dated April 8, 1681. Attested under the hands and seals of the obligors. Signed: "John Blake, Ellinor Blake, Isidore Lynch." Witnesses: "Igna. ffrench, Nick. Canvanh, Tho. ffleminge, Edmond Tressy."

The bonds mentioned in this Record have been preserved by that family, and are contained in this collection of Blake Records.

1300-1600 Margaret Tressay, deposition on will of Clement French.

Blake family records, 1600 to 1700

 

Irish Wild Geese at The Hotel d'Invalides Paris 1600 to 1799

John Tressy Aged 70, native of Portomne [Portumna] county Galloway, trooper in Dossemonfs troop, Bourbon regiment, where he served 10 years and previously 27 years in the Clare (formerly Greder alemand, Furstemberg and Hamilton) regiment per his certificate. His disabilities make him unfit for service. 20 May 1714, he died at la Hogue on detachment. 13/01/1708 Vol. 16, no. 18237

Richard Tracey: Loghrea, county Galway; aged 25; enlisted 10 August 1725; square build; 1.71 metres; good legs; good stance; short, curly brown hair; good nose; good eyes; Skelton's troop (1728); admitted to the Invalides on 12 May 1763. [2Xv, vol. 38, no. 94640]

Richard Treacy, Aged 60, native of Canoth [Connacht?] in Ireland, trooper in offarrell's troop, Fitzjames Irish regiment, where he served 30 years and previously 9 years in Berwick. He suffers from sabre wounds to the head received in several encounters. 7 August 1765, he died at the hospital of Calais, being on detachment with the d'Espagne company. Received 12/05/1763, Vol. 38, no. 94640.

Thomas Trassy Aged 46, native of Galloway in Ireland, soldier in Mannery's company, Irish regiment of Dillon, where he served 28 years per his certificate dated 16 August last. His disabilities make him unfit for service. He is one of the half-pay soldiers sent to a company of invalides at Mariembourg. 27 November 1727, he died at Ardres on detachment. Received 12/09/1726 Vol. 23, no. 41294

William Tracy aged 32 of County Obredary, grenadier of Sr. Galfer, Dillon's Regiment, in which he has served 12 years, confirmed by his certificate. His right arm is crippled from a musket shot at Chiari. Catholic Received 28th July 1701. Died 12 October 1719. at Nantes ATD.

William Trassy Aged 67, native of Portomny [Portumna] county Gallway in Ireland, sergeant in lieutenant-colonel Schahanasy's company, Irish regiment of Clare, where he served 42 years of which 3 as sergeant per his certificate. His wounds and bad sight make him unfit for service. 7 February 1732, he died. Received 11/10/1730 Vol. 25, no. 46094

William Tressy Aged 50, native of county Galloway, soldier in James Dillon's company, Dillon regiment, where he served 5 years per his certificate, and says he served previously 4 years in Cahieux's cavalry, 4 years in the Brittany dragoons, and 4 years in Hamilton. He received a sabre blow to the head and his left leg is crippled by a musket shot received at the crossing of the river Theu in Catalonia; these with other wounds make him unfit for service. 13 May 1698, he renounced his rights; he received 30 livres to help him on his way and his certificates were returned to him. Received 21/02/1697 Vol. 12, no. 9031

(William Tressy, had served 13 years in three French formations - cavalry and infantry - before he entered the Dillon regiment and was badly wounded in Spain. He left the HRI and received a going-away present of 30 livres. Like many others who left the HRI, he probably had friends outside and joined them. Prior to 1690, the HRI records noted that several of the Irish veterans who left went back to their own country, and Tressy, may have returned to Galway.)

 

1700 A list of the claims as they are entred with the Trustees: at Chichester House on College Green Dublin On or before the Tenth of August 1700. Dublin, 1701.

2634. Claimant: Richard Tressy.

The Estate or Interest claim'd: Residue of 31 years, com. on date of the deed.

By what Deed or Writing: Deed dated the 10 of November (98) Witness Luke Dillon, & al.

On what Lands: A stone House, &c. in Loughreagh.

County and Barony: C. Gallway.

Late Proprietor: Lord Bophin.

 

Cornelius Tracey, hatter, Loughrea, 1706

Henry Burke, hatter, Loughrea, 1716

Henry F. Berry. The Records of the Feltmakers' Company of Dublin, 1687-1841: Their Loss and Recovery. The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, Sixth Series, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Mar. 31, 1911), pp. 26-45

 

Clonfert Deeds

Danial Tressy, Loughrea, Galway, 1705-6, unproved (will)

James Tracy, Loughrea, Galway, 1781 (bond – [marriage Established Church])

Patt Tracy, Carrew, Galway, 1846 (bond– [marriage Established Church])

Peter O’Tressy, Loughrea, Galway, 1725 (will)

Richard Tressy, Galway, 1724-5 (will)

Index to Clonfert marriage licence bonds, wills, and administration bonds. Irish Ancestor, 1970.

 

316v...Deinde 15 Novembris 1711 pariter recepti sunt ad habitum:...3. fr. Thomas (alias Daniel) Tressy.

312v. fr. Thomas Tressy, Magister Novitiorum...Julii 1723..

312r. ad id vocato [etc. as on 313v] (312r). In cuius rei fidem coram hisce infrascriptis testibus, manu propria subscripsi, die duodecima Julii 1724...fr. Thomas Tressy, magister novitiorum

311v...fr. Thomas Tressy, magister novitiorum, testis...6 Augusti 1725...

307v...Fr. Thomas Tressy obiit Tuamae die decima mensis Januarii 1742.

Hugh Fenning. The Athenry House-Chronicle, 1666-1779. Collectanea Hibernica, No. 11 (1968), pp. 36-52

 

6 February 1725

I do hereby Certify that the Parishioners of the inside mentioned parishes [enclosure missing] whatever Charity they were to give to any of the Augustinian family that it would be only to Mr. Owen Connor, because he lived amongst them now and that that was his former limitation, and by this means I lost most part of my last two collections. Given under my hand in Garbally this 6 day of february 1725. Fr. Mathias Trecy

Burke, William P (1969) Irish Priests in the Penal Times (1660-1760): From the State Papers in H.M. Record Offices. Shannon, Ireland

 

1727, James Egan, Tuam,

Sello Menor.

Ref. AG 1195

Parents: Dominic Egan and Ana Tracy.

Paternal grandparents: Cormac Egan and Isabel Burke.

Maternal grandparents: Thomas Tracy and Mary MacDonagh.

His coat of arms is signed by James Terry, Athlone king of arms at the court of James III, in exile in Paris 1720.

The petitioner was in the court of Paris with His Majesty king James III. He was forced to leave because of a person who owed him a considerable sum of money, and he had to support his family.

Samuel Fannin, BA, DipEd. Spanish Archives of Primary Source Material for the Irish. http://www.irishancestors.ie/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Fannin-Bilbao-Coru%C3%B1a3.pdf

 

Richard Tressy, son and heir of John T., of Loughrea, Galway, Ireland, gent., decd. Called 12 Feb., 1741-2.

Register of Admissions to the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, from the Fifteenth Century to the Year 1944 by Middle Temple (London, England), 1949

 

Lot no.2. By Indenture of Lease dated 1st May 1741, the Right Honourable Smith, Earl of Clanricarde, demised to Anthony Power the several Tenaments and Gardens along the Milldam or in Moore's lane, and now or lately in possession of the Widow of Richard Burke, deceased, except the House, Garden and out-houses, which are set to Hugh Bolton of Loughrea, and which said Widow Burke then enjoyed, situate, lying, and being in the Town and half-barony of Loughrea, and county of Galway, to hold onto the said Anthony Power, his heirs and assigns, from the 1st May then instant, for the lives of John Skerrit, Robert Hayden and Anthony Tressy therin described, and the survivors of them, with a covenant for perpetual renewal subject to the yearly rent of £9.9.0 sterling. [1865]

 

1749 Elphin Diocesan Census

Richard Tracy, w. papist, Miller, 3 children under 14 years & 2 over 14 years, 1man & 1 woman papist servants, Cargeens, Dunamon, Co. Galway.

Legg Marie-Louise ed. (2004) The census of Elphin 1749. Irish Manuscripts Commission, Dublin.

Manning, Peter (1947) Elphin Diocesan Census 1749: surname index.

 

1761 David Power, Boulibane, Co. Galway. (Will) Witness: Anthony Tracy, Loughrea, Co. Galway. Gent.

Power, David, Boulibane, Co. Galway. 12 April 1761. Precis \ p. 17 Dec. 1761.

To Joseph Power, Loughrea, Co. Galway, gent., all my real estate in Co. Galway, that is to say the lands of Boulibane and Ballyboggan and lands of Keeloges. Rev. Archdeacon William Pigot and Hyacinth Daly, Esq., both of Loughrea, exors. Witnesses: James Burke, Robert Hardiman, Anthony Tracy, all of Loughrea, gents. Memorial witnessed by: Robert Hardiman, Peter Kilkenny, Dublin, gent. 213, 300, 141193 Joseph Power (sea)

 

1767 La Gazette de France

De Londres, le 11 Septembre 1767...

Loughlin Tressy est mort, le 25 du mois dernier, dans le Comté de Galway en Irlande, âgé de cent dix ans sans avoir jamais eu d'autre maladie que celle qui l'a emporté.

 

London, September 11, 1767 ...

Loughlin Tressy died on 25 last month, County Galway, Ireland, aged one hundred and ten years without ever having had any other disease than that carried him away.

 

13 April 1780 (FJ) County of Galway

AT a meeting of the Gentlemen, Clergy and Free-holders...at Loughrea...Anthony Tracy...

 

Mar 29, 1781

Deaths - Last Saturday at Loughrea, Co. Galway, after a few days illness, Mr. James Tracy

 

1 October 1788 Married (F)

...In Loughrea, Mr. Francis Tracy to miss Jane Daly, milliner...

 

1791 Loughrea

A Survey of the Town and Parks of Loughrea containing 2162a 1r 25p plantation measure, part of the Estate of the Earl of Clanrickard situate in the County of Galway. Laid down by Scale of 15 perches in One Inch in 1791 and copied in 1796 by Michl. Cuddehy. [large wall-map measuring 53 x 56 inches.]

North Side of Boherbradagh

24. William Tracy                                                        76’5” x 320’0”                        1r 10p

26. Richd. Tracy...Front to the above...                      67’2” x 288’0”                       

Front to Athenry road...                                              93’2” x 288’0”                        1r 17¼p

38. Reps. of Anthony Tracey                                      52’2”                                       1r 5½p

In North side of West Street

46. William Tracy                                                        47’10” x 268’10”                    30p

South side of West Street

61. William Tracy                                                        72’3” x 168’0”                        27½p

South side of High street

110. Reps. Anthony Tracy...houses                            105’0” x 47’9”                        11⅓p

111. Same...back gardens                                          95’10” x 154’7”                      30p

High street North side

119. Willm. Tracey                                                      42’0” x 381’0”                        39 ½p

124. Reps of Anthony Tracy                                      78’0” x 378’0”                        1r 14p

Moneremore

314. Park Taurah and White Mill…Willm. Tracy                                                       4a 0r 33p

Cosmona

316. Part Cosmona Reps. James Tracy                                                                       53a 3r 26p

317. Part do. pasturable Bog..do.                                                                              6a 0r 27p

Upper Tulla

327. Part do. Reps. Anthony Tracy                                                                            23a 0r 38p

a = acre r = rod p = perch

Egan, Rev. Patrick K., "The Town of Loughrea in 1791". Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, Vol.24 No.3.(1951)

 

26 January 1792 (FJ) We, the undernamed...loyal subjects, Roman Catholics of the County of Galway...

...Wm. Tracy, Loughrea...Wm. Tracy, Loughrea...

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Edmund Tracey/Treacy born Dublin, Dublin. Served in 2nd Foot Guards Discharged aged 44 after 19 years 6 months of service Covering dates give year of enlistment to year of discharge., 1793-1812

Edmund Tracey b.1768 St John’s, Dublin [crossed out for Loughrea, Gallway] 2nd or Coldstream Guards 1793 –18th Nov 1812 WO120/10 Cordwainer WO121 WO116/14

 

1796 Irish Flax Growers

John Tressy, Ballynakill, Galway 
Michael Tressy, Musickfield, Galway 
Nicholas Tracy, Kilcroan, Galway 
Widow Tressy, Ballynakill, Galway 

 

British War Office

Patrick Tracey b. 1781 Dunmore, Galway. Labourer. Royal Staff Corps 1796 – 1802. 2/40th till 1807. Then 3rd Garrison Btn.

Patrick Tracey joined 1st Garrison Btn from 3rd Garrison Btn 1807

Patrick Tracey appointed Cpl 1st Garrison Btn Jan 1810 discharged by 1812

 

1803 Oct 1st

Lease to Edward Geoghegan of Kill Co. Galway to Thomas Trassy of lands in Cloonlahan Co. Galway. (D. 18,635)

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Edward Tracey born Borlia, Galway. Served in 98th Foot Regiment; 4th Royal Veteran Battalion Discharged aged 50, 1804-1817

Edward? Tracey, b. Loughrea, Galway

Edward Tracey/Treacy b.1767 Borlia, Loughrea, Gallway 98th Foot (9 yrs and Cpl), 4th Royal Veterans (4yrs) 1804 – 1817 Chelsea 28th March 1817 as Tracey. Labourer WO116/24

 

British War Office

James Tracey b. 1783 Thucain [Tiaquin?], Galway enl. 35th foot 1807. Dis 1816 labourer with William

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

John Tr(e)ac(e)y born Clonfert, Galway. Served in 13th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 35 1807-1823 WO97/348/29

John Treacey, b. 1788 Ballinasloe, Galway

John Treacey/Tracey b.1788 Clonfert, Balliniscoe, Galway  13th Foot 1807-1823WO120/23 Pensioner in GAL But John Tracey b. 1788 Clinfith, Galway was with 13th Light Dragoons for 18yrs (5 in India) till 25th June 1823 (aged 35) and was a tailor WO116/33 WO97

 

1807-1855

8. Daniel Treacy, Ballymabilla, Kilconnell, Galway, 12a/2r/10p, £9.16.11, Lease dated the 12th July 1824, from Jas. S. Lambert to Daniel Treacy to hold from the 1st of May 1823, for the life of Samuel S. Harrison, still in being, now aged 60 years. Rent £10.10.3 late currancy.

20. William Treacy, Ballymabilla, Kilconnell, Galway, 1a/2r/19p, £2.2.0, Lease dated 1st may 1807, from Walter Lambert to said William Treacy of a house and part of Ballymabilla, not surveyed, at the yearly rent of £2.5.6, late currancy, equivalent to £2.2.0, present currancy for life of said William Treacy, and contains a reservation of all mines and minerals, and a rigyt of entry to work same, also a right of fishing, fowling, and hunting and a non-alienation clause under a penalty of forfeiture of said lease.

21. William Treacy, Ballymabilla, Kilconnell, Galway, 76a/2r/5p, £40.0.6, tenant from year to year.

 

British Army Records

Dinnis Tracey 1st/11th c.1810 labourer. Died per letter 17007. Monies to his widow in Lawrence Town, Galway WO25/2500

 

British Army Records

Patrick Treacey b.1780 Tuam, Galway labourer 4th Garrison Btn 1810

 

British Army Pensioners - Royal Hospital Kilmainham Ireland, 1783-1822 (WO119)

Timothy Treacey, b. 1791 Killamor Galway, 74th Foot

Timothy Treacy b. 1791 Killamor, Galway 71st and 74th Foot 12th Aug 1811-30th April 1817. Admitted Kilmainham 30th Oct 1816 WO118/38 p.79 after an accident on guard at Newgate Prison in 1816. Treacy and a labourer, admitted 30th April 1817 WO118/10 Military General Service Medal bars Bad S V P Nive O T. Pension transferred from Galway to Athlone permanently 31st March 1847 and paid as Tracy. WO22/143 Pensioner, as Tracey, from 30th April 1817. Died 15th Dec 1860. WO22/144

 

British war Office [see Louth]

Thomas B Tracey b. 1801 New Radford, Nottingham. Enlisted 1st KDGs 1815.Discharged 25th June 1844. WO117/4 Emigrated to Kingston, Canada. Son of John b. 1778 Athlone. Married Hannah Pallon 4th March 1828 in Edinburgh. Children: Alexander 1828 Alnwick [Northumberland, England]; Francis 1829 Gort [Galway];  Catherine 1831 Milton; Sarah Ann 1833 Chichester (died 1840 Niagara, Canada); Robert 1836 Abergavenny [Wales]; Margaret 1838 Dundalk; Thomas 1842 Chamby, Quebec. Retired to Canada and died 1881

 

1820 June 9th Limerick General Advertiser or Gazette

In Galway, Michael Tracy Esq formerly of Loughrea but now of Jamaica in the West Indies to Anne fourth daughter of the late Joseph Ormsby, Esq Surveyor of Excise for Galway.

 

The Corporation of Tuam

Sept 25 1820 Paid serjeants at mace their salary: Pat Tracy £6

August 10 1824 To paid Tracy for Mrs. Lyons £0/18/0

 

Burgesses of the Borough of Tuam 29 Sept 1821, (elected)
Patrick Tracey, Patrick Tracy

 

Sept. 25 [1820] To paid Sergeants at Mace their Sallary £12. -. -. , Pat Tracey £6 Pat Vesey £6

THE OATH OF SERGEANT AT MACE

for the Borough of Tuam.

IA, . B. Sergeant at Mace for the Corporation of Tuam do SWEAR that I will well and truly serve the Sovereign and Burgesses of said Corporation for the time being and to them be obedient, And that I will without favour or affection execute all such orders Decrees and actions as shall from Time be Given me by the Sovereign for the time being or so long as I shall be employed, so Help me God.

John Burke

Patt. Vesey

Patk. Tracey 29th. September 1821.

Michl. Dorhan 29 Sept. 1821.

Patk Tracy 1821.

W. J. V. Comerford. Some Notes on the Borough of Tuam and Its Records 1817-1822. Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, Vol. 15, No. 3/4 (1932/1933), pp. 97-120

 

1821 The Treble almanack

Inspectors of Gaols...Tuam...Sergts at Mace, Mr. Pat. Veasey, and Mr. Pat. Tracy.

 

British War Office

Daniel Tracey, b. 1844 Lougrea, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

Denis Tracey, b. 1818 Porturnna, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

Edward Tracey, b. ? Loughrea, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

James Tracey, b. 1808 Galway, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

James Treacy, b. 1856 Galway, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

John Tracey, b. 1837 Ballmasloe, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

John Tracy, b. ? 1837 Portumna, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

John Tracy, b. 1821 Ballynasloe, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

John Treacey 1788 Ballinasloe, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

John Treacy, b. 1814 Tuam, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

Martin Tracey, b. 1845 Loughrea, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

Michael Tracey, b. 1806 Portumna, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

Patrick Tracey, b. 1827 Loughrea, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

Peter Treacy, b. 1880 Ballinastoe, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

Stephen Tracy, b. 1826 Galway, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

Thomas Treacey 1834 Dunmore, Galway WO97 Chelsea  

 

August 01, 1822 Freemans Journal & August 9 1822 BL

Pedestrianism - A young man named Daniel Tracy, tennant to E. Lynch, Esq. of Raglass, for a small wager undertook yesterday (July 28) to outrun the Galway mail from two miles beyond Aughrim to this town (Galway) a task in which he perfectly succeeded. He stopped at every stage with the horses; and when it is considered that the distance is 32 Irish miles, and that the greater part of the roads and torn up for repair, astonishment must increase – Connaught Journal.

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Michael Tracey born Portumna, Galway. Served in 94th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 38, 1823-1846

Michael Tracey, b. 1806 Portumna, Galway

 

Commissioners for Auditing Public Accounts 1829

Public Works - Annadown and Oldbury Boat Quays, Lough Corrib, Galway

Paid Michael Tracey, storekeeper, four weeks to 10th February 1823 £3/-/-

 

The Connaught Journal Galway Galway, Monday, March 1, 1824

NOTICE
     We hereby give Notice that we have surrendered ourselves to Thomas Redington, of Ryehill, Esq. one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of Galway and are now confined in the County Gaol of Galway for the alleged charge of the Murder of the late John Burke, of Tyaquin, Parish and Union of Athenry, and County of Galway, on the 17th of August last, and we further give Notice, that we intend to abide our trials at the ensuing Assizes of Galway, for the alleged charge of Murder of the aforesaid John Burke, wherein all persons concerned are requested to attend and prosecute if any they can.-
Dated and given under our hands at the County Gaol of Galway, this 8th day of
March, 1824.
              Martin Thassy.
              John Grealy.
To his Majesty's Attorney-General of Ireland and to all others whom it may concern.

 

The Connaught Journal Galway, Thursday, April 1, 1824

County Convictions

John Burn, Pat Treacy, and Martin Treacy, Manslaughter

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

James Tracey born Galway, Galway. Served in 23rd Foot Regiment Discharged aged 39, 1825-1848

James Tracey, b. 1808 Galway, Galway

 

1826/7 Schoolteachers

Patrick Tracy, RC, Clonrush, Co. Galway

 

19 October 1826 (FJ) Chancery [Tuam]

...Also,all that and those, the Tenemenst and Plots of Ground in the Town of Tuam commonly called...Mr. Dunn's two plots, adjioning Trassy's Plot...

 

Royal Commission for inquiring into the condition of the poorer classes in Ireland 1836

Peter Geoghegan against Michael Thady Mary and William Tressy, lands, Kiltormer Longford Galway, 14 acres, rent £1/4/0 per acre, Non-payment £16/16/0 Irish, Decree possession, Loughrea 7 July 1828

 

1829-1833 Juvenile association for promoting the education of the deaf and dumb poor of Ireland

Mrs. Treacey, 2s 6d, Diocesan School, Ballymena

Mrs. Tracey, 1s 6d, Mrs C and Mrs Montgomereys Card, Ballymena

Master R. Tracy, 3d, Rebecca Parkers Card, Banagher

Mr. Tracy, 1s, Master Robert Deverells Card, Tullamore

Mrs. Tracy, 6d, Mis Welchs Card, Maryborough

M. L. Tracey, Esq, 2s 6d, Miss E Cuppaidges Card, Galway [town?]

 

1820s-1830s Tithe Records

Alphabetical

 By Area

 

Anne Jussey [Tressy] Lisnagzy, Leitrim, Galway, 1843

Anne Tracey, Gortnagoyne, Dunmore, Kilkenny [Galway], 1833

 

Daniel Tracy, junior, Little Hillswood, Tuam, Galway, 1831 [duplicate]

Daniel Tracy, Little Hillswood, Tuam, Galway, 1831

Daniel Tracy, Little Hillswood, Tuam, Galway, 1831 [duplicate]

Daniel Trassy, Ballimabilla, Killallon, Meath [Ballymabilla Killallaghtan, Galway], 1835

Daniel Trassy, Castle, Dunmore, Kilkenny, [Galway] 1833

Daniel Tresy, Freynecaile, Kilconickny, [Treankyle Kilconierin] Galway, 1826

Danl Tracy, junr, Little Hillswood, Tuam, Galway, 1831

Danl Tressy, Ballymabilla, Kilgerrill [Killallaghtan], Galway, 1826

Denis Preacey [Treacey], Carrowneseer Carrowcunnipp & Shruel [Carrownaseer], Dunmore, Kilkenny, [Galway] 1833

Denis Treasy, Woodford, Ballynakill, Galway, 1834

 

Edmd Tracy, Kilcooly Commons, Kilcooly, Galway [Tipperary], 1826

Edmd Treacy [& John Duane] , Fahy, Killallon, Meath [Killallaghtan, Galway], 1835

Edmd Treacy [& Wm Mansin?], Fahy, Killallon, Meath [Killallaghtan, Galway], 1835

Edmond Freacey [Treacy], Carreel Skyane Rahan [Garraun? Skehanagh Raheen], Tynagh, Galway, 1826

Edmond Treacy, Skyarra [Garraun? Skehanagh Raheen], Tynagh, Galway, 1826

 

Felix Treacey, Knockatee Ballydonelan, Dunmore, Kilkenny, [Galway] 1833

Francis Treacy, Lisduffbana [Lissduff], Tynagh, Galway, 1826

 

James Traisy or Tracey [Traesy], Kilglass, Ahascragh, Galway, 1824

James Treasy, Finostolo, Kilconickny, [Sraheendoo? Kiltullagh] Galway, 1826

James Treasy, Knostoko [Knockatogher?], Kiltullagh, Galway, 1826

James Tressy, Dambert [Dungory?], Kinvarradoorus, Galway, 1826

James Tressy, Kinvara, Kinvarradoorus, Galway, 1826

Jas Tracey [& Co], Shanbally [Shanballymore], Killeroran Galway, 1834

Jas Tressey, Stahane More, Kilgerrill [Killallaghtan], Galway, 1826

Jhn Tracey, Atticoffey, Clontuskert, Galway, 1823

Jno Reacy [Treacy?], Crowsnest, Clontuskert, Galway, 1823

Jo Tracey, Attycoffe, Clontuskert, Galway, 1823

Jo Treacy, Attycoffy, Clontuskert, Galway, 1823

John Tessy [Tressy], Portnabay [Pollnabanny], Killora, Galway, 1827

John Tracy, Pulboy [Pollboy], Kilcloony, Galway, 1824

John Treacey, Knockatee Ballydonelan, Dunmore, Kilkenny, [Galway] 1833

John Treacy, Ballinaclogh, Killallon [Ballynaclogh Killallaghtan, Galway], Meath, 1835

John Treacy, Grimagh [?], Grange, Limerick, [Galway] 1830

John Treasy, East Garacloon, Kilconickny [Kilconierin], Galway, 1826

John Treasy, Knockawn [Knockaun], Ballynakill (Leitrim), Galway, 1834

John Tressy, Ballinaclough, Kilgerrill [Killallaghtan], Galway, 1826

John Tressy, Earlstown, Kilmalinoge, Galway, 1841

John Tressy, Earlstown, Kilmalinoge, Galway, 1841

John Tressy, Poulnabrone [Pollnabanny], Killora, Galway, 1827

Laurence Treacy & Co, Paultalloon[Polltalloon], Tynagh, Galway, 1826

Lawrence Treacy & Co, Poultaloon [Polltalloon], Tynagh, Galway, 1826

Mehan [Michael] Thracy, Ballinruan [Ballinrooaun], Clonrush, Galway, 1830

Mich Tressy, Earlstown, Kilmalinoge, Galway, 1841

Michael Thracy, Ballinrooaun, Clonrush, Galway, 1830 [copy]

Michael Treasy, Curram Coyle, Kilconickny, [Garrankyle? Kilconierin] Galway, 1826

Michael Tresy, Freynecaile, Kilconickny, [Treankyle Kilconierin] Galway, 1826

Michl Tracy, Mt Kelly, Boyounagh, Galway, 1834

Michl Tre?Sy [Tressy], Mountkelly, Boyounagh, Galway, 1834

Michl Tressy, Ballinakill [Inchy], Ballynakill (Leitrim), Galway, 1834

Mich'L Tressy, Earlstown, Kilmalinoge, Galway, 1841

 

Nicholas Treagy [Treasy? & Co] Ardoslough, Boyounagh, Galway, 1834 [1831]

 

Pat & Mat Tracey, Ballygar, Killeroran, Galway, 1834

Pat Tracey, Poulreaman [Pollremon], Templetogher, Galway,

Pat Tracey, Poulreaman [Pollremon], Templetogher, Galway, [duplicate]

Pat Tracy, Rosmore, Ballynakill (Leitrim), Galway, 1834

Pat Tressy, Poulnabrone [Pollnabanny], Killora, Galway, 1827

Pat Tressy, Slieveroe, Killora, Galway, 1827

Patk Trassey [& co], Ballybuck, Killinny, Galway, 1826

Patrick Tracey, Clogh, Clongill, [Clonkeen] Meath, [Galway] 1834

Patt Tessy [Tressy], Kileroe [Slieveroe], Killora, Galway, 1827

Patt Tessy [Tressy], Portnabay [Pollnabanny], Killora, Galway, 1827

Patt Tracy [& co], Mill Division [Pollremon written in], Templetogher, Galway,

Patt Tracy [& co], Pulredmone, [Mill Division] Templetogher, Galway,

Pattk Trassey, Ballybuck, Killinny, Galway, 1826 [duplicate]

Philip Tracey, Ballygar, Killeroran, Galway, 1834

 

Rose Treasy, Dooros, Ballynakill (Leitrim), Galway, 1834

 

Thady [Tresy?], Ballynageeragh Kilconierin, Galway, 1826]

Thady Trassy, Cahertinny, Kilconickny, Galway, 1826

Thady Treasy, Capaugh [Cappagh], Kilconickny [Kilconierin], Galway, 1826

Thimothy Treasy, Cahernaman, Kilconickny, Galway, 1826

Thomas Tessy [Tressy], Kileroe [Slieveroe], Killora, Galway, 1827

Thomas Treacey, Knockatee Ballydonelan, Dunmore, Kilkenny, [Galway] 1833

Thomas Treasy, Freynecaile, Kilconickny [Treankyle Kilconierin], Galway, 1826

Thomas Tressy [& co], Portumna, Lickmolassy, Galway, 1837

Thoms Tracey, Clough, Clongill [Clonkeen], Meath [Galway], 1834

Thos Trassey [& co], Kilenhy West, Killinny, Galway, 1826

Thos Trassey [& co], Kilenhy West, Killinny, Galway, 1826 [duplicate]

Thos Treacy, Abbey [Crumlin], Athenry [Abbeyknockmoy], Galway, 1827

Thos Treacy, Crumlin, Abbey [Abbeyknockmoy], Galway,

Thos Tressy, Slieveroe, Killora, Galway, 1827

 

Tracey [Widow], Attycoffe, Clontuskert, Galway, 1823

Tracy [Widow], Rosmore, Ballynakill (Leitrim), Galway, 1834

Treacy, Atticoffey [Widow], Clontuskert, Galway, 1823

Treacy, Attycoffy [Widow], Clontuskert, Galway, 1823

Treasy, [widow] Thoan Roe [Tonroe], Ballynakill (Leitrim), Galway, 1834

Widow Treasy, [Lr Riverstown, Tynagh, Galway, 1826]

 

William Tracey, Ballyfaris, Killeroran, Galway, 1834

William Treacy, Ballimabilla, Killallon, Meath [Ballymabilla Killallaghtan, Galway], 1835

William [Tacey Ballygar, Killeroran, Galway, 1834 – page missing in index]

Wilm Tressy, Annagh, Ballymacward, Galway, 1827-1835

Wm Tracey, Ballygar, Killeroran, Galway, 1834

Wm Tracy, Rossmore [Rosmore], Ballynakill (Leitrim), Galway, 1834

Wm Tressy, [Ballymabilla, Kilgerrill, Killallaghtan, Galway, 1826]

 

 

Thos Treacy, Abbey [Crumlin], Athenry [Abbeyknockmoy], Galway, 1827

Thos Treacy, Crumlin, Abbey [Abbeyknockmoy], Galway,

 

James Traisy or Tracey [Traesy], Kilglass, Ahascragh, Galway, 1824

 

Wilm Tressy, Annagh, Ballymacward, Galway, 1827-1835

 

Denis Treasy, Woodford, Ballynakill, Galway, 1834

Wm Tracy, Rossmore [Rosmore], Ballynakill (Leitrim), Galway, 1834

Treasy, [widow] Thoan Roe [Tonroe], Ballynakill (Leitrim), Galway, 1834

Tracy [Widow], Rosmore, Ballynakill (Leitrim), Galway, 1834

Rose Treasy, Dooros, Ballynakill (Leitrim), Galway, 1834

Pat Tracy, Rosmore, Ballynakill (Leitrim), Galway, 1834

John Treasy, Knockawn [Knockaun], Ballynakill (Leitrim), Galway, 1834

Michl Tressy, Ballinakill [Inchy], Ballynakill (Leitrim), Galway, 1834

                                                                                     

Michl Tre?Sy [Tressy], Mountkelly, Boyounagh, Galway, 1834

Michl Tracy, Mt Kelly, Boyounagh, Galway, 1834 [Tressy 1831]

Nicholas Treagy [Treasy? & Co] Ardoslough, Boyounagh, Galway, 1834 [1831]

 

Patrick Tracey, Clogh, Clongill, [Clonkeen] Meath, [Galway] 1834

Thoms Tracey, Clough, Clongill [Clonkeen], Meath [Galway], 1834

 

Mehan [Michael] Thracy, Ballinruan [Ballinrooaun], Clonrush, Galway, 1830

Michael Thracy, Ballinrooaun, Clonrush, Galway, 1830 [copy]

 

Jhn Tracey, Atticoffey, Clontuskert, Galway, 1823

Jno Reacy [Treacy?], Crowsnest, Clontuskert, Galway, 1823

Jo Tracey, Attycoffe, Clontuskert, Galway, 1823

Jo Treacy, Attycoffy, Clontuskert, Galway, 1823

Tracey [Widow], Attycoffe, Clontuskert, Galway, 1823

Treacy, Atticoffey [Widow], Clontuskert, Galway, 1823

Treacy, Attycoffy [Widow], Clontuskert, Galway, 1823

 

Anne Tracey, Gortnagoyne, Dunmore, Kilkenny [Galway], 1833

Daniel Trassy, Castle, Dunmore, Kilkenny, [Galway] 1833

Denis Preacey [Treacey], Carrowneseer Carrowcunnipp & Shruel [Carrownaseer], Dunmore, Kilkenny, [Galway] 1833

Felix Treacey, Knockatee Ballydonelan, Dunmore, Kilkenny, [Galway] 1833

John Treacey, Knockatee Ballydonelan, Dunmore, Kilkenny, [Galway] 1833

Thomas Treacey, Knockatee Ballydonelan, Dunmore, Kilkenny, [Galway] 1833

 

John Treacy, Grimagh [?], Grange, Limerick, [Galway] 1830

 

John Tracy, Pulboy [Pollboy], Kilcloony, Galway, 1824

 

Daniel Tresy, Freynecaile, Kilconickny, [Treankyle Kilconierin] Galway, 1826

John Treasy, East Garacloon, Kilconickny [Kilconierin], Galway, 1826

Michael Treasy, Curram Coyle, Kilconickny, [Garrankyle? Kilconierin] Galway, 1826

Michael Tresy, Freynecaile, Kilconickny, [Treankyle Kilconierin] Galway, 1826

Thady [Tresy?], Ballynageeragh Kilconierin, Galway, 1826]

Thady Treasy, Capaugh [Cappagh], Kilconickny [Kilconierin], Galway, 1826

Thomas Treasy, Freynecaile, Kilconickny [Treankyle Kilconierin], Galway, 1826

 

Thimothy Treasy, Cahernaman, Kilconickny, Galway, 1826

Thady Trassy, Cahertinny, Kilconickny, Galway, 1826

 

Edmd Tracy, Kilcooly Commons, Kilcooly, Galway [Tipperary], 1826

 

Danl Tressy, Ballymabilla, Kilgerrill [Killallaghtan], Galway, 1826

Jas Tressey, Stahane More, Kilgerrill  [Killallaghtan], Galway, 1826

John Tressy, Ballinaclough, Kilgerrill [Killallaghtan], Galway, 1826

Wm Tressy, [Ballymabilla, Kilgerrill, Killallaghtan, Galway, 1826]

 

Daniel Trassy, Ballimabilla, Killallon, Meath [Ballymabilla Killallaghtan, Galway], 1835

Edmd Treacy [& Wm Mansin?], Fahy, Killallon, Meath [Killallaghtan, Galway], 1835 [Teassy 1821-6]

Edmd Treacy [& John Duane] , Fahy, Killallon, Meath [Killallaghtan, Galway], 1835 [Teassy 1821-6]

John Treacy, Ballinaclogh, Killallon [Ballynaclogh Killallaghtan, Galway], Meath, 1835 [Tressy 1821-6]

William Treacy, Ballimabilla, Killallon, Meath [Ballymabilla Killallaghtan, Galway], 1835

 

Jas Tracey [& Co], Shanbally [Shanballymore], Killeroran Galway, 1834

Pat & Mat Tracey, Ballygar, Killeroran, Galway, 1834

Philip Tracey, Ballygar, Killeroran, Galway, 1834

William Tracey, Ballyfaris, Killeroran, Galway, 1834

Wm Tracey, Ballygar, Killeroran, Galway, 1834

William [Tacey Ballygar, Killeroran, Galway, 1834 – page missing in index]

 

Thos Trassey [& co], Kilenhy West, Killinny, Galway, 1826 [duplicate]

Thos Trassey [& co], Kilenhy West, Killinny, Galway, 1826

Patk Trassey [& co], Ballybuck, Killinny, Galway, 1826

Pattk Trassey, Ballybuck, Killinny, Galway, 1826 [duplicate]

 

Patt Tessy [Tressy], Portnabay [Pollnabanny], Killora, Galway, 1827

John Tessy [Tressy], Portnabay [Pollnabanny], Killora, Galway, 1827

Thomas Tessy [Tressy], Kileroe [Slieveroe], Killora, Galway, 1827

Patt Tessy [Tressy], Kileroe [Slieveroe], Killora, Galway, 1827

Thos Tressy, Slieveroe, Killora, Galway, 1827

Pat Tressy, Poulnabrone [Pollnabanny], Killora, Galway, 1827

Pat Tressy, Slieveroe, Killora, Galway, 1827

John Tressy, Poulnabrone [Pollnabanny], Killora, Galway, 1827

 

Mich'L Tressy, Earlstown, Kilmalinoge, Galway, 1841

John Tressy, Earlstown, Kilmalinoge, Galway, 1841

John Tressy, Earlstown, Kilmalinoge, Galway, 1841

Mich Tressy, Earlstown, Kilmalinoge, Galway, 1841

 

James Treasy, Finostolo, Kilconickny, [Sraheendoo? Kiltullagh] Galway, 1826

James Treasy, Knostoko [Knockatogher?], Kiltullagh, Galway, 1826

 

James Tressy, Dambert [Dungory?], Kinvarradoorus, Galway, 1826

James Tressy, Kinvara, Kinvarradoorus, Galway, 1826

 

Thomas Tressy [& co], Portumna, Lickmolassy, Galway, 1837

 

Anne Jussey [Tressy] Lisnagzy, Leitrim, Galway, 1843

 

Pat Tracey, Poulreaman [Pollremon], Templetogher, Galway, [1828 & 1833]

Pat Tracey, Poulreaman [Pollremon], Templetogher, Galway, [duplicate]

Patt Tracy [& co], Mill Division [Pollremon written in], Templetogher, Galway,

Patt Tracy [& co], Pulredmone, [Mill Division] Templetogher, Galway,

 

Daniel Tracy, Little Hillswood, Tuam, Galway, 1831

Danl Tracy, junr, Little Hillswood, Tuam, Galway, 1831

Daniel Tracy, Little Hillswood, Tuam, Galway, 1831 [duplicate]

Daniel Tracy, junior, Little Hillswood, Tuam, Galway, 1831 [duplicate]

 

Widow Treasy, [Lr Riverstown, Tynagh, Galway, 1826]

Edmond Freacey [Treacy], Carreel Skyane Rahan [Garraun? Skehanagh Raheen], Tynagh, Galway, 1826 [1824]

Edmond Treacy, Skyarra [Garraun? Skehanagh Raheen], Tynagh, Galway, 1826

Francis Treacy, Lisduffbana [Lissduff], Tynagh, Galway, 1826

Laurence Treacy & Co, Paultalloon [Polltalloon], Tynagh, Galway, 1826

Lawrence Treacy & Co, Poultaloon [Polltalloon], Tynagh, Galway, 1826

 

 

 

1833 Customs and excise convictions

Galway, Martin Tracey, found in an illicit distillary, £6 fine, 3 months, 2 months served, £2 paid

 

1833 Votes and Proceedings, House of Commons

...Galway Town Election...William Tracy junior, Andrew Treacy...

 

14 January 1835 (FJ) A Memorandum of the O'Connell subscription from Tuam

...James Treacy, Tuam, 6d

 

24 July 1835 (FJ) St. Jarlaths College, Tuam

...Homer, Horace, Gilblas French and Henriade...Treacy...

17 July 1837 (FJ) St. Jarlaths College, Tuam

...Tactius, Livy, Algebra...Treacy...

 

1835-1857 Merchant Navy Seamen

James Tracey, b. 1819 Galway Galway

James Tracey, b. 1826 Galway Galway

James Tracy, b. Galway Galway

James Treasy, b. 1819 Galway Galway

James Treasy, b. 1819 Galway Galway

Jas Treasy Galway Galway

Jas Treasy, b. Galway Galway

John Tracey, b. 1834 Galway Galway

John Tracy, b. Clontaskert [Clontuskert Galway]

John Tracy, b. Woodfield [Clare, Galway or Offaly?]

Michael Tracey, b. 1809 Galway Galway

Michael Tracy, b. Galway Galway

Patrick Tracey, b. 1834 Galway Galway

Patrick Tracey, b. 1836 Galway Galway

Richd Tracey, b. Galway Galway

 

1 February 1837 (FJ) Justice Rent

...Patrick Treacy...(Ballyhale) [Galway]...Pat Treacy...

 

Fictitious Votes 1837

Andrew Tracey, Bowling-green Galway, painter, 18 sept 1832, 10 Oct 1832, as a painter

William Tracey jun, Bowling-green Galway, painter, 18 sept 1832, 10 Oct 1832, as a painter

 

1834 Inhabitants of Kinvara, Duras and Killina (LDS as #0979692)

Kinvara

James Tressy, Esq.

Thos Tressy

 

Michael Tracey, 1834, Prerogative Court will. Exec: Honor Tracy, Douras, ??? (Woodford, Co. Galway?). IAR/1834/F/143

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

John Treacy born Tuam, Galway. Served in 49th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 22, 1834-1836

John Treacy, b. 1814 Tuam, Galway

John Tracey/Treacy b. 1814 Tuam, Galway 49th Foot 1834 – 10th Aug 1836 WO120/26 Pension, as Tracey, paid at Athlone (transferred from Cork 27th Dec 1853) WO22/144

 

Registered 1832 to 1840 Rent & Valuation of £10 County Electors, Galway

William Tracy, Oct 1834, house & lands, Kilroran Ahascragh Ballinasloe Union, 15a/1r/4p, rate £17/8/0

Thomas Tressy, Kiltormer, Landlord Lord Clonbrock, 8a3r3p Irish, 14a0r3p statute, £8.15.0 valuation, £9.4.0 rent. These are fair rents and nor rack rents.

Timothy Tressy, registered June 1839, Land, Cahertinn [Cahertinny Kilconickny] Loughrea, 34a.0r2p statute. £22.10.0 valuation £10 elector

1841 Reports relative to valuation for poor rates, and to registered elective franchise

 

1834 Disturbances and outrages Baronies of Longford & Leitrim Galway from 1st April to 25 May 1834

9 April. - The house of Thomas Tracey of Grange entered by an armed party, who demanded fire-arms, and administered an illegal oath. Same party visited the houses of Patrick and James Ryan, demanded arms, and swore the inmates. This is the third time the house of Patrick Ryan has been attacked, and on one occasion he received a severe beating.

12 April. - The houses of Michael Eagan, Widow Brady James Eagan, and L. Tracy, resident in the village of Neill, attacked by a party of persons, who violently assulted the inmates. In two instances,some ash trees cut down and carried away. Offenders as yet unknown.

 

1835 State of religious and other instruction now existing in Ireland

Diocese of Tuam

Knock: Hedge school kept by Michael Tracy. Payments by the children of 1s to 2s6d per quarter. Established one year and a half. Reading writting arithmetric and Roman Catholic catechism.

Templetogher: Hedge school at Kelnaleg kept by Thomas Tracy. Payments by the children of 1s to 2s6d per quarter. Males 62 Females 21. Established three months. Reading writting arithmetric and Roman Catholic catechism.

 

Martin Tracy & Emily Fair, 8th September 1835, Marriage Licence Bond, Tuam Diocese. Thrift/2933.

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Denis Tracey born Portumna, Galway. Served in 19th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 23 1836-1842

Denis Tracey, b. 1818 Porturnna, Galway

 

January 18 1836 Returns relating to Tithe Suits

Plantiff: Edward Synge Defendants: ...Patrick Treacy..., (Monivea Galway???)

 

1 July 1837 (TH) Tuam Petty Sessions

Michael Tracy [was assulted]...

 

15 July 1837 (TH) St. Jarlaths College, Tuam

Longinus and Demosthenes/Tacitus/Livy...Treacy...Geometry/Algebra...Tracy...

30 June 1838 (TH) St. Jarlaths College, Tuam

Longinus and Demosthenes/Tacitus/Livy/Darres Geometry/Algebra...Tracy...

 

16 September 1837 (TH) Tuam Petty Sessions

Michael Treacy complained against three Manahans and a Mooney, for riotously assenbling, breaking his door, and ilegally entering complainant's house and taking from thence £3. The defendants said that they were executing a Senaschal's degree...

 

24 March 1838 (TH) Tuam Petty Sessions

Tracy a publican, complained against Thomas Collins, causing a riot in his house.

 

22 May 1838 (BL) Patrick Tracy, returning from Loughrea market a few a days since, was murdered on the road.- Limerick Chronicle

 

28 July 1838 (TH) 30 July 1838 (FJ) Mail-coach Accident Tuam

...passing through Shop-street, in Tuam...a poor woman named Mary Tracy, was knocked down and killed…

 

30 March 1839 (TH) Galway Assizes

...murder of Patt Tracy, at Grallagh...early in May coming from Loughrea market...John Tracy...the

 

27 April 1839 (TH) Tuam Petty Sessions

...breaking the windows of Thomas Tracy.

 

22 June 1839 (TH) Tuam Quarter Sessions

Patrick Tracy, assult, three months imprisonment

 

1839-1861

41. Thomas Tracy, killeroran [Galway], 16a/2r/19p, £11 rent, Lease dated 1st day of August 1855 from D.H. Kelly esq, to Thomas Tracy, for one life, or for 31 years from 1st Nov 1854, lease reserves woods mines etc.

42. Mr. Philip Tracy, killeroran [Galway], 25a/0r/11p, £14.13.0 rent, Lease dated 29th April 1853 from D.H. Kelly esq, to Mr. Philip Tracy, for the lives of the lessee then aged 50 years, Thomas K. Mahon, Esq, eldest son of John Mahon, of thornfield in the county of Galway and his Royal highness the Prince of wales, or 31 years from 1st Nov 1850. All said lives are in being. Lease reserves woods mines etc. The rent payable by this tenant has been reduced by 5s peracre for 28 perches of the land of Ballygar, which are included in this lease, persuant to the order of the Court, bearing date the 15th December 1862.

43. Same (late Malachy), killeroran [Galway], 20a/3r/7p, £10.11.10 rent, Lease dated 28th January 1839 from Rev. Armstrong Kelly and D.H. Kelly esq, to Malachy Tracy, for the lives of the Queen, Malachy tracy, aged 40 years and Thomas Tracy, eldest son of Patrick Tracy, his brother, or any such part of 31 years as shall remain unexpired on the death of the survivor. Lease excepts Chapel and Chapel-yard, and all woods mines etc...Tenant to be allowed £5 yearly during his life out of the rent for ground at the back of the chapel of Ballygar.

44. Same, killeroran [Galway], 3a/3r/19p, £2.5.0 £1.1.0 rent, tenant from year to year,

45. Same, killeroran [Galway], 0/0/29p. £0.0.1 rent, Old Chapel Yard - Lease dated 18th April 1861, from D.H. Kelly Esq, to Philip Tracy, for 3 lives or 31 years from 1st November 1850. Lease reserves woods mines etc.

84. Rev. William M'Gauran, 0a/3r/20p, Pepper-corn rent, Lease dated 23rd February 1857 from DH Kelly, Esq, to Reverend E. Wallace, Peter Dignan and Philip Tracy for ever. This is a Roman Catholic Church and is to be excluded from the sale, This lease...town of Ballygar for the purpose of erecting a Roman Catholic Chapel...

4. Mr. Philip Tracy, Cloonlyon Killian Galway, 123a/0r/17p, £60.5.0 rent, lease dated 29th April 1853 from Denis H. Kelly, Esq, to Philip Tracy for the term of 31 years from 1st November 1852, Lease reserves...

23. Philip Tracy, Drinaun [Killeroran Galway], 31a/3r/30p, £18.11.0, Lease dated 12th February 1861 from D.H. Kelly, Esq, to Philip tracy for 21 years from 1st November 1861, Lease reserves...by leaseee not to disturb an undertenant as long as she paid her rent and perform the duties therin mentioned. [Widow Bridget Clarke?]

3. William Tracy, Ballygar Town [Killeroran Galway] 2a/3r/30p, £4 rent, tenant from year to year

4. same [William Tracy], Ballygar Town [Killeroran Galway] 26a/2r/17p, £6 rent, Lease dated 1st August 1855, from Denis H. Kelly, Esq, to William Tracy, for the life of said William Tracy of 14 acres Irish, Reserves all...

8. Philip Tracy, Ballygar Town [Killeroran Galway] 7a/1r/6p, £6.18.0 rent, tenant from year to year

9. Philip Tracy, Ballygar Town [Killeroran Galway] 0a/3r/37p, £1.6.0 rent, tenant from year to year

10. Philip Tracy, Ballygar Town [Killeroran Galway] 0a/1r/32p, £1.15.0 rent, Lease dated 26th January 1833, of a house and plot in the town of Ballygar, including turf bank, from rev Armstrong Kelly and DH Kelly, Esq, to Mr. Philip Tracy for life of lessee, Thomas eldest son of William Tracy, of Ballygar, then ages 10 years and Prince George of Cumberland, or 31 years from 1st November 1832. The Lessee and said Thomas Tracy are the surviving lives. Lease reserves...

11. Philip Tracy, Ballygar Town [Killeroran Galway] 0a/0r/20p, £0.10.0 rent, Lease dated 24th december 1857 from DH Kelly, Esq, to Philip Tracy for the lives of her Majesty his Royal Highness the Prince of wales and Prince Arthur Patrick or 31 years from 1st November 1857. Lease reserves...No. 3 Main Street Ballgar...A good two-story slated house has been built on the premises.

12. Same [Philip Tracy], Ballygar Town [Killeroran Galway] 0a/0r/28p, £0.50.0 rent, Rent included in lease dated 29th April 1853 of lands in Killeroran. This rent has been apportioned by an order of the Court bearing the date the 15th December 1862...

84. Owner and Phil Tracy, Ballygar [Killeroran Galway], 1a/1r/0p, £2.12.0 rent, Reserved building sites streets and waste.

10. Phil Tracey, Hermitage [Killeroran Galway], 39a/2r/29p, £10 rent, Lease dated 25th march 1860 from DH Kelly, esq, to Phil tracey, for 27 years from 1st November 1858. Lease demises 18 Irish acres, equal to 29 acres and 24 perches statute, but the recent survey shows the contents to be set forth in the rental. Lease reserves...

301 [28 on map] Festus Tracey, Widow Tracey and Thomas Tracey represenatives of Thos Murray, Russadelisk [Rossadillisk Omey Galway], £5.0.9 rent, yearly tenant, 1820's?

 

20 March 1841 (TH) To be sold

That plot situated beyond the west bridge at Tuam known by the name of Tracy's plot, held under the See for an unepired term of 15 years, subject to a head rent of £1/18/9 and producing a profit rent from solvent tenants of £164...

 

October 20, 1841 (FJ) Repeal Association

...Mr. Thomas Treasy, of Coolinamuck [Galway], admitted a member of the association...

 

1841 & 1851 Census - 1908 Pensions Act

The Old Age Pension Act was introduced in 1908. Pension claimants had to prove their age. Those born before 1864 used the 1841 and 1851 census.

 

IG Record 26527

Tracey Mary Michael Tracey Margaret Tracey Derrooghs Kilkerrin Tiaquin Galway 1921 - Agent, Glennamaddy, Galway. 1851 Mary 2mos.

IG Record 26532

Treacy Margaret Thomas Treacy Mary Treacy Kiltullagh Kilkerrin Tiaquin Galway 1910 - Glennamaddy. 1841 Margart 10yrs. 1851 Margaret 21yrs.

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-6.html?lang=en&limit=100&limitstart=26100

 

IG Record 26008

KILLEEN Catherine John KILLEEN Mary KILLEEN nee LARKIN Keeloge Meelick Longford Galway 1916 - mrs Catherine Tracey, Keelogue, Eyrecourt, Galway.

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-6.html?lang=en&limit=100&limitstart=25400

 

IG Record 25181

ROCHE Sarah Pat ROCHE Mary ROCHE Bulcaun Kilconla Dunmore Galway 1916 - Mrs Sarah Tracy, Dugarra, Ballyboy, Tuam, Galway.

IG Record 25886

COONE Catherine John COONE Mary COONE nee Treacy Drumatober Abbeygormacan Longford Galway 1920 - Agent, Clerk of Union etc., Clerk's Office, Union Workhouse, Portumna. 1851 John and Mary Coan married 1843, no Catherine, a Catherine 3yrs died 1847.

IG Record 25905

Treacy Catherine Thos. Treacy Cathn. Treacy Clonfert Clonfert Longford Galway 1916 - Agent, Portumna, Galway.

IG Record 25952

LEAHY John James LEAHY Mary LEAHY nee Treacy Cloonlahan Geoghogan Killoran Longford Galway 1922 - Clonlaghan, Kiltormer, Ballinasloe, Galway. 1851 Parents married 1850, no children.

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-6.html?lang=en&limit=100&limitstart=24600

 

IG Record 25886

COONE Catherine John COONE Mary COONE nee Treacy Drumatober Abbeygormacan Longford Galway 1920 - Agent, Clerk of Union etc., Clerk's Office, Union Workhouse, Portumna. 1851 John and Mary Coan married 1843, no Catherine, a Catherine 3yrs died 1847.

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-6.html?lang=en&limit=100&limitstart=25300

 

Middlesex London and Plymouth 9 June 1841 arrived 30 Sep 1841 Port Philip
Dennis Tracey 30 hus (36 family) Farm servant RC both Carlew (Carlow???)

Honor Tracey 28 wife of Dennis (36 family) Farm servant RC both Carlew (Carlow???)

Winifred Tracey 19 (57 single woman) House maid RC reads Galway

 

George Fyffe arrived 23 July 1841 Port Philip

Patrick Treacy - Tracey 27 (44 single man) Farm Servant RC both Galway

 

1 January 1842 (TH) Registry of Freeholders - Tuam Sessions

59. Philip Tracy, Ballygar, Yeoman, Freeholder, House and Lands, Ballygar, Kilroran, Killyan, £10

60. William Tracy, Ballygar, Yeoman, Freeholder, House and Lands, Ballygar, Kilroran, Killyan, £10

61. Malachy Tracy, Kilroran, Yeoman, Freeholder, House and Lands, Kilroran, Kilroran, Killyan, £10

62. Patrick Tracy, Kilroran, Yeoman, Freeholder, House and Lands, Kilroran, Kilroran, Killyan, £10

 

8 January 1842 (TH) Tuam Quarter Sessions - Electors

...the first was with reference to the effect of a convenant in the lease of the applicant (a man named Tracy), who was bound by convenant to errect a house of a certain description on his farm. It appeared that the applicant was entittled to be registered as a £10 freeholder, but upon being examined he adsmitted that the erection of the house would cost him £60, and that a solvent tenant could not afford to pay him £10 a year over his rent and the £60 which it would cost him to build the house. The lease was dated in 1838 and a period of 5 years allowed for the errection of the house. The same circumstances attended many others; but the Assistant Barrister allowed the claim, saying that the subject matter of penal convenants had already been made a matter of decision of a court of law.

 

12 November 1842 (TH) Tuam Petty Sessions

...assulting Mary Tracy.

 

Irish Reproductive Loans Fund Records 1848-1854  (PRO) T 91/144a

John Tracey, Curraferry 4 May 1846, [Currafarry, Killosolan?]

John Tracy, Boolebane, 1846, [Boleylaan, Tuam?]

Willm Tracy, Claretuam, March 1842, went to England in June 1844 to look for employment as labourer [Belclare]

 

25 March 1843 (TH) Freeholders

Wm. Tracy of Brierfield, house and lands, Brierfield, Moylough, Tyaquin, £10

 

Return of Murders

September 1844, Tracey and Scully, farmers, Longford Galway, no reward

 

August 1844 Galway Assizes - Manslaughter

James Kenny, Patrick Trassy/Trassey, Andrew Connor, Augustus Finnegan, Patrick Finnegan, and Mich. Cusack [of Dunmore] were indicted for the manslaughter of John Fair/Phair at Currantanglass, on the 11th of June Last. Deceased, it appears from evidence, lost his life in a row that took place at a cock-fight, between the "men of Tuam" and the "men of Dunmore". The jury could not agree.

3 August 1844 (N) Manslaughter

James Kenny, Patrick Tracey, Andrew Connor, Augustine Finnegan, Patrick Finnegan and Michael Cussack were indicted for the manslaughter of John Flinn at Carrantanlass on the 11 of June Last...cock-fights between Tuam and Dunmore at Carrantanlass...

29 March 1845 (TH)

...Head-constable Teaffey, of the same district [Dunmore] for two years...The prisoners wer then discharged by order of the court.

 

7 September 1844 (NG) Daring Attempt at Robbery and Murder [Portumna]

On Monday night last, Patt Lally, Mary Lally, the wife of John Lally, and Jane Lally, his sisiter, proceeded to a field, in the neighbourhood of Prtumna, to steal wheat, the property of a poor man named Patt Treasy, who was aroused by the bark of his dog upon whicj he got up and awoke one of his neighbours, who is a pensioner, and proceeded to the field armed with two shillelas. Lally challenged them to stand back, however, they advanced on the party when, Lally deliberately fired a pistol at Treasy, which shot took effect in his left side and shoulder, but which is not mortal. The old pensioner rushed forward and gave the fellow a shot of his shillela, that never missed fire, and with his assistance captured the entire party. The police brought them in this morning in a deblorable situation, beat in a dreadful way, and was unable to proceed to prison as the Doctor deemed it dangerous. Some of the police went to Lally's dwelling, and on making an acute search found some arms, powder, and ball &c. Much praise is due to Head-constable Roberts of thistown for his efficiency on this occasion and on various others.

 

October 1844 Tuam Agricultural Society - Drains: 2nd Hugh Trassy, Dunmore, 15s.

January 1846 Agricultural Compedition - Drains

Class A - To the farmer who shall have properly executed within twelve months the greatest length of drains in the most scientific manner - seven compeditors 1st prize Hugh Trassy Caronaseer 15s.

 

March 21, 1845 (FJ) Galway Assizes

Patrick Lally was indicted for that he on the 3d September last, at Cooldara, did feloniously discharge at one Patrick Tracy [staying at his cousin's house?] a loaded pistol, with intent to harm. Treacy woke to find stacks being stolen. Although shot, Treacy[?] took the prisoner back to his house at Cartry.

 

May 1845 Dunmore Petty Sessions

The Honourable Martin Ffrench, and M.B. Birmingham Esq presided at this sessions on Thursday. There was a number of cases on the books but only one summery convuiction on the complaint of James McDonnell against Hugh Trassy for waylaying and assulting him on his return from the market of Dunmore. He was fined one pound and costs or a fortnights imprisonment in default of payment.

 

December 8, 1845 (FJ) Protest of the Catholic Clergy of Killaloe against the Godless Colleges Bill

...Patrick Treacy PP...

 

1845 Evidence taken before the [Land] Commissioners

Peter Blake of Eyrecourt Galway regarding his land at Crumlin, whose tenants got a lease from the Receiver ten or fifteen years ago. He says that they owe the following: Edmund Tracy £3/17/8 yearly rent, £9/4/2 arrears May 1844...

 

10 January 1846 (TH) Portumna Quarter Sessions

Leahy v. Hynes...A process-server, named Leahy from the county of Tipperary, had processed Mr. Denis Hynes of Portumna...had been in the habit of serving processes and executing decress for defendant...Leahy had in attendence his clerk, John Treacy...- Galway Mercury

 

March 24, 1846 (FJ) Galway Assizes

Murder of Patrick Deely on the 15th December Last. Peter Tracey examined. Lives at Cloonlahan.

 

2 May 1846 (TH) Extraordinary Presentment Sessions

Killian Barony

2 - Hugh Kelly and William T. Tracy, to repair 134 perches of the road from Ballygar to Dunmore, between Mark Ward's in Mountmary and the mearing of the Barony of Ballymoe, in the Townland of Mountmary, £33 10s. Approved, not to exceed £10, to repair all the bad portions.

3 - William T. Tracy and Hugh Kelly to fill 495 perches of dikes or holes on the road from Ballygar to Mountbellew bridge, between Sally Martin's in Drinane and the bridge of Drinane, £74 5s. Approved of,

4 - Hugh Kelly and William T. Tracy to build a guilet on the road near Edmond Moran's house, in the Townland of Drinane, on the road from Ballygar to Galway, £3. Approved of

 

20 June 1846 (TH) Registry of Freeholders

Martin Tressy, Cahirnaman, farmer, Freeholder, House and lands, Cahirnaman, Loughrea, Loughrea, £10

 

18 July 1846 (TH) Presentment Sessions

Killyan Barony

4 - Philip Tracy, for the support and maintenance of a desereted child, found in the parish of Laughboy, name William Kelly age 17 weeks on the 11th May 1846, for half a year to the 12th day of July 1846, 2l. Approved.

 

8 August 1846 (TH) Galway Assizes - Rule of Court

Laurence Tracy, assult, to be imprisoned six months from committal.

 

November 23, 1846 (FJ) Sheep stealing

A few nights ago five sheep, the property of a man named Tracy, who resided in the village of Lisduff, parish of Tynagh, in this county, were killed and carried away, nothing been left behind but the heads. No clue has been had to the perpetrators of this outrage - Galway Mercury

 

1846 Registry at Court Sessions

Martin Tressy, Cahirnaman, farmer, freeholder [Cahernaman, Loughrea, Co. Galway?]

 

1846 Commissioners of Fisheries

Alphabetical list of persons examined or from whom communications were received

James Tracy, Fisherman of Spiddal Galway

"James Tracy, sworn. Lives at Spiddal, and is employed by Mr. Fitzpatrick. He is acquainted with the Spiddal river about fourten or fifteen years..."

http://www.eppi.ac.uk/eppi/digbib/view?did=c1:116132&p=321&sdid=c1:116453

 

1846 Slaters Directory of Ireland

Loughrea

Boot & Shoe makers

William Tressy, Bride st

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Patrick Tracey born Killandemen, Galway. Served in 16th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 20 1846-1847

Patrick Tracey, b. 1827 Loughrea, Galway

Patrick Tracey b.1827 Killendemen, Loghrea, Galway 16th Foot Labourer rejected at Chelsea 14th Dec 1847 WO118/2

 

 

1846-1851 New York arrivals

Mary Tracey, age 20, Dressmaker, Galway Ireland to New York, Liverpool: Euxine 05/27/1848

 

Michel Tracy, age 22, Saddler, Galway Ireland to USA, Galway: Helena 06/13/1848

 

Pat Tracy, age 28, Labourer, Ireland to USA, Galway: Plant 07/05/1848

Eliza Tracy, age 19, Labourer, Ireland to USA, Galway: Plant 07/05/1848

 

John Tressy, age 45, Ireland to USA, Galway: Redwing 09/13/1848

 

Thomas Tracey, age 35, Labourer, Ireland to USA, Galway & Liverpool: Barbara 09/29/1848

 

John Tracey, age 30, Labourer, Ireland to USA, Galway: Cushlamacree 03/01/1849

Patt. Tracy, age 12, Labourer, Ireland to USA, Galway: Cushlamacree 03/01/1849

 

Mary Treacy, age 20, Spinster, Great Britain to USA, Galway: Cashmere 05/02/1849

 

John Tracy, age 20 (or 21), Labourer, Ireland to USA, Galway: (Bark) Caractacus 05/04/1849

 

Ann Tressy, age 30, Ireland to USA, Galway: Cushlamachree 07/06/1849

Patt. Tressy, age 11, Ireland to USA, Galway: Cushlamachree 07/06/1849

 

John Tracy, age 58, Labourer, Galway Ireland to USA, Liverpool: Jas H. Shepherd 01/12/1850

Peggy Tracy, age 40, Galway Ireland to USA, Liverpool: Jas H. Shepherd 01/12/1850

Michl. Tracy, Born at Sea, Infant, Galway Ireland to USA, Liverpool: Jas H. Shepherd 01/12/1850

 

Mary Tracey, age 21, Servant, Galway Ireland to New York, Liverpool: Princeton 11/11/1850

Bridget Tracey, age 21, Servant, Galway Ireland to New York, Liverpool: Princeton 11/11/1850

 

Bridget Tracey, age 30 (died), Servant, Ireland to USA, Galway: Malvina 05/30/1851

 

Michl. Tracey, age 19, Immigrant, Ireland to USA, Galway: Cambyses 08/09/1851

Patt Tracey, age 20, Immigrant, Ireland to USA, Galway: Cambyses 08/09/1851

Margt. Tracey, age 20, Immigrant, Ireland to USA, Galway: Cambyses 08/09/1851

 

20 February 1847 (TH)  Presentment Sessions

Longford Barony

37 - Pat Hanlon and John Tracy, to build a gullet and thirteen and a half perches of a covered sewer, and two irin gates in the town of Kilimor.

 

27 February 1847 (TH) Presentment Sessions

Killyan Barony

3 - William T. Tracy and Michael Hynes to keep in repair by contract for 7 years 1102 perches of the road from Ballygar to Creggs and Athleague, between John Quinns at Ballygar and John Shaughnessy's at Rock wood. Approved not exceeding 8d. per perch, -Michael Hynes contractyor, at 6d per perch per annum.

4 - William T Tracy, and Michael Hynes to open a new road between Pat Gilmores in Tullroe and the pump house at Ballygar on the road leading from Ballygar to Creggs 6d. Approved. W.T. Tracy contractor, at

5 - William T Tracy, and Michael Hynes to stop up as much of the road as lies between the schoolhouse of Ballygar and the end of the new rpoad near Pat Gilmores house at Tullyroe, on the road from Ballygar to Creggs 6d. Approved. W.T. Tracy contractor, at

 

27 March 1847 (TH) Galway Assizes - Criminal Court

James, Patt, and John Harkins and Denis Tracy were indicted for, that they on the 10th of January last, killed and stole four ewes at Oughilly [Oghilly, Ballynakill] in this county.

Ireland-Australia Transportation Database (1780-1868)

OTHER NAMES: DENIS

SURNAME: TRASSY

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co Galway          

DOCUMENT DATE: 07/07/1847

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Sheep stealing

SENTENCE: Transportation 7

PETITIONER: Sibina Tressy              

RELATIONSHIP: Mother

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: CRF 1847 T 8

COMMENTS: Petitioners residence given as Woodford, Near Loughrea, Co Galway.

 

OTHER NAMES: PATRICK

SURNAME: TRACY

AGE: 40           

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Galway        

TRIAL DATE: 28/03/1848

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Sheep Stealing

SENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 8, p 72

 

Cushlamachree  Galway to New Brunswick Landed 16th August 1847

Saint John Almshouse – St. John, New Brunswick, Canada

Michael, Tracy/Treacey, 30, Destitute, Galway, Cushlamachree, Roman Catholic, admitted 4th September 1847, discharged 7th September 1847

Judy (Mrs), Tracy, 40, Destitute, Galway, [Cushlamachree], Roman Catholic, admitted 4th September 1847, discharged 13th February1848

Biddy, Tracy, 5, Fever, Galway, [Cushlamachree], Roman Catholic, admitted 4th September 1847, discharged 7th September 1847

John Trahee, 55, Fever, Cork, Cushlamachree, Roman Catholic, admitted 4th September 1847, died  18th September 1847

 

22 April 1848 (TH) Presentment Sessions

...cesspayers...to be associated with the Magistrates...Killian Barony 6. Philip Tracy, Ballygar, Ballygar

2 September 1848 (TH) Spring Assizes 1849

...cesspayers...to be associated with the Magistrates...Killyan Barony 5. Philip Tracy, Ballygar

 

October 18, 1848 (FJ) William Smith O'Brien Petition

At Kilcoran, County Galway...Philip Tracy, Esq, ditto [stock master and farmer]; M.C. Tracy, Esq, ditto [stock master and farmer];...William T. Tracy, Esq.; Pat Tracy, Esq;...

1848-9 William Smith O'Brien Petition

Patt Treacy, Parish of Taughboy & Dysart, Galway-Roscommon

Js Tracey, Kiloran, Galway

Malachy C Tracey, Ballygar, Galway

Philip Tracey, Ballygar, Galway

 

11 November 1848 (TH) Tuam Petty Sessions

Bridget Tracey, another inmate of the Work-house, was indicted for stealing a blanket. It was found concealed in the lining of her cloak by which means it was supposed she intended to carry it away. Other persons having access to the place where the cloak was found as well as the prisoner, she was acquitted.

 

Irish Reproductive Loans Fund Records 1848-1854  (PRO) T 91/144a [Kilconierin/Kiltullagh area]

Danl Treacy, Ballmagera, 1848, Danl gone to America [Ballynageeragh Kilconierin?]

Michl Treacy, Ballinageera or Ballynageeragh, 20 August 1843, This man resided here as labourer in the given date left in 44 & has not since been heard from supposed to be in America [Ballynageeragh Kilconierin?]

Michl Treacy, Treancoyle or Treankle, 1848, This man did & does still reside here in the given date had a few acres of land continueses 1854 [Treankyle, Kilconierin?]

Peter Treacy, Ballinageera or Ballynageeragh, 16 June 1846, This man reside + kept a small holding of land here ??? [crossed out] This man resided and held a few acres of land herin the given date & ??? [Ballynageeragh Kilconierin?]

Stephen Treacy, Ganty, 1848, This mans residence has always been in the adjoining townland of Treankyle, is a labourer there. 1854 [Kilconierin]

Thos Treacy or Tresasy, Brackloon, July 1848, emigrated to America by 1854 [Brackloonbeg Kiltullagh?]

Thos Treacy, Bracklommone, 1848, [Brackloonbeg Kiltullagh?]

Timy Treacy, Ballinageera or Ballynageeragh, 16 June 1846/9 Feb 1847/ 23 Nov 1847/11 June 1848, This man resided & held 4 or ? acres of land here in the given dates was ejected & died in 1850 [Ballynageeragh Kilconierin?]

Irish Reproductive Loans Fund Records. County: Loughrea. Townland: River Side T 91/144b/0103

9 Feb 1847, Timy Freacy [Treacy], Ballinageera, Martin Connelly & Michl Cionoly of Ballinageera sureties, £3

 

‘Kate’ to Sydney, New South Wales or Moreton Bay, Queensland 1850

Michael Tracey, 36, Toem (parents: Michael/Mary nee Brien, both dead), His surname is stated as Brien but a long note states that his real surname is Tracey.

Mary Lynch, 26, Nenagh (parents: Michael & Margaret Tracey) (wife of William, 30)

Jane Treacy, 22, Rushmore [Rosmore Galway], (parents: William / Ann xx Living at Rushmore. Sister = Catherine Kennet? [Mary Kennedy?]) 

Mary Treacy, 20, Rushmore [Rosmore Galway], (parents: William / Ann xx Living at Rushmore. Sister = Catherine Kennet? [Mary Kennedy?]) 

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~maddenps/GALWAYEM.htm

 

John  Tracy, b. 1850 Galway Galway 1879 Crew List

 

1850-1865 Glengowla Mines

Glengowla Mines, situated 2miles west of Oughterad...The mine was opened in 1850 and closed by 1865...Captain Tracey drew up plans on the mine. It is thought that Captain Tracey came from Cornwall....

http://www.oughterardheritage.org/page_id__128_path__0p2p.aspx

 

1850 Galway

James Tracey, Cowpark, Galway, 51a/2r/5p held with 3 others, £7.15.0 rent, tenants in common from year to year

 

May 23, 1851 (FJ) Catholic University of Ireland

Diocese of Killaloe...Ballygibbon...Mich Tracy esq £1...

 

September 2, 1851 (FJ) Society of St. Vincent de Paul - Emigrants Protection Society

..."Patrick Treacy, was an humble lad of fourteen years of age, from Mount Bellew, in the county of Galway, whose passage to New York had been paid by his brother-in-law in that city...The committee...seized on the opportunity to procure him religious instruction...a suitable outfit was prepared for him gratiously by the Ladies' Clothing Society, whilst, it appearing that he had only 2s6d in the world...Finally, we placed him under the protection of a respectable woman who was to sail in the same ship, and we also communicated with his friends in America..."

 

1851 English Census

John Treacy, born 1833 in Galway, Ireland. Residence: Weedon Beck, Northamptonshire.

Mathew Treacy, born 1832 in Co Galway, Ireland. Residence: Everton, Lancashire.

Sabina Treacy, born 1835 in Co Galway, Ireland. Residence: Everton, Lancashire.

 

1851 Admissions to Charity Hospital, New Orleans Parish

James Tracey, Galway Co., Ireland, 19 years, died 5-Mar, ward 16  from Liverpool, 1/2 day in New Orleans, Int Fever, 7 From Ship Eudocia

 

1851

25 and 26 Unoccupied: late Bridget Power and John Tracey, Firpark [Abbeyknockmoy, Galway?] 5a/3r/4p Irish, 9a/1r/17p Statute, £6.6.10 rent

1853 Galway

Fir Park, [Abbeyknockmoy?] Galway Unoccupied, late Bridget Power and John Treacy, 5a/3r/4p Irish, 9a/1r/7p Statute, £12.13.8 rent

 

1851

Michael Tressy, Bartley,...John Tressy, Lisaniska, [Abbeyknockmoy?] Galway, 99a/2r/20p with others, £1.3.1 & £1.18.5 rent [11a approx], yearly tenants

 

1851

Edward Tressy, Caherphuca, Abbeyknockmoy, Galway, 75a/0r/10p with four others, £1.0.5 rent [10a approx], yearly tenants

Edward Tressy, Caherphuca, Abbeyknockmoy, Galway, 129a/3r/6p with eight others, £3.9.8 rent [40a approx], yearly tenants

 

February 12, 1852 (FJ)

The Right Rev. Dr. Vaughan, the revered Lord Bishop of Killaloe, is, we are happy to learn, almost convalescent, and his physicians, Doctors Finnucane, Tracey and M'Keogh, apprehend now no danger from the insidious disease with which his lordship has been attacked.

 

March 25, 1852 (FJ) Sharman Crawford's Bill

...citizens of Dublin...John Tracy, 5 Harcourt street...Michael Tracy, 167 North King street...

 

1852-53 Queens College Galway - Matriculated Students

First Year's Students - Thomas Tracey

Thomas Tressy, Roman Catholic, Arts

Graduates and Matriculated Under-Graduates, Queens Universities Ireland

Thomas Tressy, 1852 Galway

The Queen's [afterw.] Royal university of Ireland calendar, 1859

 

1852

95. James Tracey, Claddagh, Town of Galway, cabin, £0.16.8 rent, yearly tenure

 

1852

4. John Tressy, Carhoon (& Skehanagh), Tynagh, Galway, 5a/1r/39p, £6.14.3.5 joint rent, tenant from year to year

5. Widow Tressy, Carhoon (& Skehanagh), Tynagh, Galway, 10a/1r/14p, £6.14.3.5 joint rent, tenant from year to year

20. Nicholas Tressy, Carhoon (& Skehanagh), Tynagh, Galway, 11a/3r/36p, £6 tenant from year to year

 

Progress, Liverpool to New York 2 Oct 1855

Margaret Treacy, 38, F, Widow, Galway

Honora Treacy, 20, F, Galway

Margaret Treacy, 20, F

 

6th October 1853

..Mr Patrick Treacy, Auctioneer...at Gill's Hotel, in the town of Ballinasloe (Galway)

 

October 8, 1853 (FJ)

...estate of Ballinaconty, situated in the barony of Dunkellin and county of Galway...The biddings were taken by Mr Patrick Treacy, auctioneer...

 

1854 RIC

18734 Edwd Tracy, 20, Appt 11-Aug, Galway E, C, S, Labr, stationed Wexford 9/12/54

 

1855

19. Martin Tressy sen, Shoodaun and Newcastle, Monivea, Galway, 9a/1r/33p, £5.3.2 rent, tenant from year to year

 

1855

Mary Tressy, widow of John Tressy, Lissaniska [Abbeyknockmoy?] Galway, 2a/3r/13p, TOTAL RENTS £14.16.0, This townland, both pasture and tillage, is held in common by these tenants, as tenants from year to year, tenancy determinable on 1st May in each year.

William Tressy, Lissaniska [Abbeyknockmoy?] Galway, 0a/3r/3p

Thomas Tressy, Lissaniska [Abbeyknockmoy?] Galway, 0a/3r/29p

Mary Tressy, widow of Bartly Tressy, Lissaniska [Abbeyknockmoy?] Galway, 0a/3r/3p

Patrick Tressy, Lissaniska [Abbeyknockmoy?] Galway, 0a/3r/3p

William Tressy, Lissaniska [Abbeyknockmoy?] Galway, 0a/3r/3p

Michael Tressy, Lissaniska [Abbeyknockmoy?] Galway, 1a/2r/24p

 

Griffiths Valuation - Galway 1855

Alphabetical

By Area

Andrew Tracy Funshin Kilbegnet Galway

Andrew Trcy Funshin Kilbegnet Galway

 

Anne Tracy Polltalloon West Tynagh Galway

Anne Treacy Ardultagh Kilquain Galway

 

Bartholomew Tracy Clogh Clonkeen Galway

Bartholomew Tracy Kilnalappa Dunmore Galway

Bartholomew Tracy Lissaniska Abbeyknockmoy Galway

Bartholomew Tressy Knockatee East Dunmore Galway

Bartholomew Tressy Knockatee West Dunmore Galway

 

Bridget Treacy Gorteeny Ballynakill Galway

 

Catherine Tracey Main St. Kinvarradoorus Galway

 

Daniel Tracy Dunmore Dunmore Galway

Daniel Tracy Hillswood East Tuam Galway

Daniel Tracy Killagh More Killallaghtan Galway

Daniel Treacy Ballymabilla Killallaghtan Galway

 

Edmund Tracey Laraghmore Abbeyknockmoy Galway

Edward Tracy Ballybaun Abbeyknockmoy Galway

Edward Tracy Caherphuca Abbeyknockmoy Galway

 

Honoria Tracy Lissaniska Abbeyknockmoy Galway

 

Hugh Tracy Meenleana Dunmore Galway

Hugh Treacy Corracullin Kilkerrin Galway

 

James Tracey Claddagh Rahoon Galway

James Tracey Village of Spiddle Kilcummin Galway

James Tressy Knockatee East Dunmore Galway

 

John Tracey Bohernagreana or Sun St. Tuam Galway

John Tracey Cloonnacusha Tynagh Galway

John Tracey Main St. Kinvarradoorus Galway

John Tracey Reaghan Tynagh Galway

John Tracey Turoe Kiltullagh Galway

John Tracy Atticoffey West Clontuskert Galway

John Tracy Ballybaun Ahascragh Galway

John Tracy Corrafaireen Monivea Galway

John Tracy Gannow Grange Galway

John Tracy Lurgan Great Killallaghtan Galway

John Tracy Timadooaun Dunmore Galway

John Treacy Carrowreagh Killoran Galway

John Treacy Kiltullagh Kilkerrin Galway

 

Laurence Tracy Ballynaclogh Killallaghtan Galway

Laurence Treacy Kiltullagh Kilkerrin Galway

 

Malachy Tracy Killeroran Killeroran Galway

 

Martin Tracey Clogh Clonkeen Galway

Martin Tracy Clogh Clonkeen Galway

Martin Tracy Cuddoo West Monivea Galway

Martin Tracy Pollremon Templetogher Galway

Martin Tracy Shoodaun Monivea Galway

 

Mary Tracey Bohernagreana or Sun St. Tuam Galway

Mary Tracey Boland's Lane Kiltartan Galway

Mary Tracey Presentation St. Rahoon Galway

 

Michael Tracey Ballinloughaun Athenry Galway

Michael Tracey Bohernagreana or Sun St. Tuam Galway

Michael Tracey Coolraugh Lickerrig Galway

Michael Tracey Derradda South Killimorbologue Galway

Michael Tracey Middle St. St. Nicholas Galway

Michael Tracy Ballaghalode Tuam Galway

Michael Tracy Cooldorragha Lickmolassy Galway

Michael Tracy Lissaniska Abbeyknockmoy Galway

Michael Tracy Woodfield Boyounagh Galway

Michael Trassy Boleynagoagh South Clonrush Galway

Michael Treacy Ballynageeragh Kilconierin Galway

Michael Treacy Boleydorragha Kilconierin Galway

Michael Treacy Cloonlahan (Geoghegan) Killoran Galway

Michael Treacy Coppanagh Killeenadeema Galway

Michael Treacy Derrew Kilquain Galway

Michael Treacy Derrooghs Kilkerrin Galway

Michael Treacy Kiltullagh Kilkerrin Galway

Michael Treacy Treankyle Kilconierin Galway

 

Nicholas Tracey Carhoon Tynagh Galway

 

Patrick Tracey Ballynaheskeragh Killimorbologue Galway

Patrick Tracey Coolbaun West Killimorbologue Galway

Patrick Tracey Laraghmore Abbeyknockmoy Galway

Patrick Tracey Lismanny Clontuskert Galway

Patrick Tracey Raruddy East Kilconickny Galway

Patrick Tracey Springfield Killoran Galway

Patrick Tracy Ballynamuddagh Killallaghtan Galway

Patrick Tracy Brackery South Tynagh Galway

Patrick Tracy Cooldorragha Lickmolassy Galway

Patrick Tracy Cormick Abbeygormacan Galway

Patrick Tracy Dunmore Dunmore Galway

Patrick Tracy Killeen Ahascragh Galway

Patrick Tracy Killeen Kilcloony Galway

Patrick Tracy Lattoon Ahascragh Galway

Patrick Tracy Patch Clonbern Galway

Patrick Tracy Pollremon Templetogher Galway

Patrick Treacy Carrowreagh Killoran Galway

Patrick Treacy Derrew Kilquain Galway

Patrick Tressy Knockatee East Dunmore Galway

Patrick Tressy Knockatee West Dunmore Galway

 

Peter Tracey Coolraugh Lickerrig Galway

Peter Tracey Crossderry Lickerrig Galway

Peter Tracey, Jr. Cloonlahan (Geoghegan) Killoran Galway

Peter Tracey, Sr. Cloonlahan (Geoghegan) Killoran Galway

 

Philip Tracey Cloonlyon Killeroran Galway

Philip Tracy Drinaun Killeroran Galway

Philip Tracy Killeroran Killeroran Galway

Philip Trcey Ballygar Killeroran Galway

 

Sabina Tracy Woodford Ballynakill Galway

 

Stephen Treacy Treankyle Kilconierin Galway

 

Theophilus Tracey Raruddy East Kilconickny Galway

 

Thomas Tracey Cahercon Killinny Galway

Thomas Tracy Claretuam Belclare Galway

Thomas Tracy Claretuam Belclare Galway

Thomas Tracy Clonfert (Butson) Clonfert Galway

Thomas Tracy Dunmore Dunmore Galway

Thomas Tracy Killeroran Killeroran Galway

Thomas Tracy Knockbally Vishteal Dunmore Galway

Thomas Tracy Lissaniska Abbeyknockmoy Galway

Thomas Tracy Russelstown Addergoole Galway

Thomas Treacy Gorteeny Ballynakill Galway

Thomas Treacy Graigueagowan Lickmolassy Galway

Thomas Treacy Kiltullagh Kilkerrin Galway

Thomas Treacy Kylemore Ballynakill Galway

Thomas Tressy Knockatee East Dunmore Galway

 

Timothy Tracey Skecoor Kiltormer Galway

 

William Tracey Ballygar Killeroran Galway

William Tracey Ballymabilla Killallaghtan Galway

William Tracey Drinaun Killeroran Galway

William Tracey Hermitage Killeroran Galway

William Tracey Lisheenaguile Kiltormer Galway

William Tracy Drinaun Killeroran Galway

William Tracy Killeroran Killeroran Galway

William Tracy Lissaniska Abbeyknockmoy Galway

William Treacy Fahy Killallaghtan Galway

 

Winifred Treacy Brackloon Killallaghtan Galway

Patrick Tracy Cormick Abbeygormacan Galway

 

Bartholomew Tracy Lissaniska Abbeyknockmoy Galway

Edmund Tracey Laraghmore Abbeyknockmoy Galway

Edward Tracy Ballybaun Abbeyknockmoy Galway

Edward Tracy Caherphuca Abbeyknockmoy Galway

Honoria Tracy Lissaniska Abbeyknockmoy Galway

Michael Tracy Lissaniska Abbeyknockmoy Galway

Patrick Tracey Laraghmore Abbeyknockmoy Galway

Thomas Tracy Lissaniska Abbeyknockmoy Galway

William Tracy Lissaniska Abbeyknockmoy Galway

 

Thomas Tracy Russelstown Addergoole Galway

 

John Tracy Ballybaun Ahascragh Galway

Patrick Tracy Killeen Ahascragh Galway

Patrick Tracy Lattoon Ahascragh Galway

 

Michael Tracey Ballinloughaun Athenry Galway

 

Bridget Treacy Gorteeny Ballynakill Galway

Sabina Tracy Woodford Ballynakill Galway

Thomas Treacy Gorteeny Ballynakill Galway

Thomas Treacy Kylemore Ballynakill Galway

 

Thomas Tracy Claretuam Belclare Galway

Thomas Tracy Claretuam Belclare Galway

 

Michael Tracy Woodfield Boyounagh Galway

 

Patrick Tracy Patch Clonbern Galway

 

Thomas Tracy Clonfert (Butson) Clonfert Galway

 

Bartholomew Tracy Clogh Clonkeen Galway

Martin Tracey Clogh Clonkeen Galway

Martin Tracy Clogh Clonkeen Galway

 

Michael Trassy Boleynagoagh South Clonrush Galway

 

John Tracy Atticoffey West Clontuskert Galway

Patrick Tracey Lismanny Clontuskert Galway

 

Bartholomew Tracy Kilnalappa Dunmore Galway

Bartholomew Tressy Knockatee East Dunmore Galway

Bartholomew Tressy Knockatee West Dunmore Galway

Daniel Tracy Dunmore Dunmore Galway

Hugh Tracy Meenleana Dunmore Galway

James Tressy Knockatee East Dunmore Galway

John Tracy Timadooaun Dunmore Galway

Patrick Tracy Dunmore Dunmore Galway

Patrick Tressy Knockatee East Dunmore Galway

Patrick Tressy Knockatee West Dunmore Galway

Thomas Tracy Dunmore Dunmore Galway

Thomas Tracy Knockbally Vishteal Dunmore Galway

Thomas Tressy Knockatee East Dunmore Galway

 

John Tracy Gannow Grange Galway

 

Andrew Tracy Funshin Kilbegnet Galway

Andrew Trcy Funshin Kilbegnet Galway

 

Patrick Tracy Killeen Kilcloony Galway

 

Patrick Tracey Raruddy East Kilconickny Galway

Theophilus Tracey Raruddy East Kilconickny Galway

 

Michael Treacy Ballynageeragh Kilconierin Galway

Michael Treacy Boleydorragha Kilconierin Galway

Michael Treacy Treankyle Kilconierin Galway

Stephen Treacy Treankyle Kilconierin Galway

 

James Tracey Village of Spiddle Kilcummin Galway

 

Hugh Treacy Corracullin Kilkerrin Galway

John Treacy Kiltullagh Kilkerrin Galway

Laurence Treacy Kiltullagh Kilkerrin Galway

Michael Treacy Derrooghs Kilkerrin Galway

Michael Treacy Kiltullagh Kilkerrin Galway

Thomas Treacy Kiltullagh Kilkerrin Galway

 

Daniel Tracy Killagh More Killallaghtan Galway

Daniel Treacy Ballymabilla Killallaghtan Galway

John Tracy Lurgan Great Killallaghtan Galway

Laurence Tracy Ballynaclogh Killallaghtan Galway

Patrick Tracy Ballynamuddagh Killallaghtan Galway

William Tracey Ballymabilla Killallaghtan Galway

William Treacy Fahy Killallaghtan Galway

Winifred Treacy Brackloon Killallaghtan Galway

 

Michael Treacy Coppanagh Killeenadeema Galway

 

Malachy Tracy Killeroran Killeroran Galway

Philip Tracey Cloonlyon Killeroran Galway

Philip Tracy Drinaun Killeroran Galway

Philip Tracy Killeroran Killeroran Galway

Philip Trcey Ballygar Killeroran Galway

Thomas Tracy Killeroran Killeroran Galway

William Tracey Ballygar Killeroran Galway

William Tracey Drinaun Killeroran Galway

William Tracey Hermitage Killeroran Galway

William Tracy Drinaun Killeroran Galway

William Tracy Killeroran Killeroran Galway

 

Michael Tracey Derradda South Killimorbologue Galway

Patrick Tracey Ballynaheskeragh Killimorbologue Galway

Patrick Tracey Coolbaun West Killimorbologue Galway

 

Thomas Tracey Cahercon Killinny Galway

 

John Treacy Carrowreagh Killoran Galway

Michael Treacy Cloonlahan (Geoghegan) Killoran Galway

Patrick Tracey Springfield Killoran Galway

Patrick Treacy Carrowreagh Killoran Galway

Peter Tracey, Jr. Cloonlahan (Geoghegan) Killoran Galway

Peter Tracey, Sr. Cloonlahan (Geoghegan) Killoran Galway

 

Anne Treacy Ardultagh Kilquain Galway

Michael Treacy Derrew Kilquain Galway

Patrick Treacy Derrew Kilquain Galway

 

Mary Tracey Boland's Lane Kiltartan Galway

 

Timothy Tracey Skecoor Kiltormer Galway

William Tracey Lisheenaguile Kiltormer Galway

 

John Tracey Turoe Kiltullagh Galway

 

Catherine Tracey Main St. Kinvarradoorus Galway

John Tracey Main St. Kinvarradoorus Galway

 

Michael Tracey Coolraugh Lickerrig Galway

Peter Tracey Coolraugh Lickerrig Galway

Peter Tracey Crossderry Lickerrig Galway

 

Michael Tracy Cooldorragha Lickmolassy Galway

Patrick Tracy Cooldorragha Lickmolassy Galway

Thomas Treacy Graigueagowan Lickmolassy Galway

 

John Tracy Corrafaireen Monivea Galway

Martin Tracy Cuddoo West Monivea Galway

Martin Tracy Shoodaun Monivea Galway

 

James Tracey Claddagh Rahoon Galway

Mary Tracey Presentation St. Rahoon Galway

 

Michael Tracey Middle St. St. Nicholas Galway

 

Martin Tracy Pollremon Templetogher Galway

Patrick Tracy Pollremon Templetogher Galway

 

Daniel Tracy Hillswood East Tuam Galway

John Tracey Bohernagreana or Sun St. Tuam Galway

Mary Tracey Bohernagreana or Sun St. Tuam Galway

Michael Tracey Bohernagreana or Sun St. Tuam Galway

Michael Tracy Ballaghalode Tuam Galway

 

Anne Tracy Polltalloon West Tynagh Galway

John Tracey Cloonnacusha Tynagh Galway

John Tracey Reaghan Tynagh Galway

Nicholas Tracey Carhoon Tynagh Galway

Patrick Tracy Brackery South Tynagh Galway

 

MISSING ADVERTISMENTS NORTH AMERICA

Name of Missing

Home county

Arrival

AD Date

SEEKER

John Tracey

Kellysgrove, Clontuskert, Galway

MO 1852

19/9/1857

Kate Tracey (sister) 33 Chapel St, Hartford CT

John Tracey

Gragagowan, Portumna, Lickmolassy, Galway

St John NBR 1836

12/11/1859

Margaret Tracey (daughter) 83 Charles St, Boston MA

Martin Tracey

Kiltulla, Oranmore, Galway

Princeton NJ 1859

10/3/1860

Patrick Tracey (brother)

Contact: James Morley, Greenwood MS

Mary Tracey

Ballinasloe NR, Kilcloony, Galway

New Haven CT 1844

3/1/1852

William Tracey (brother) Unionville CT

Thomas Tracy (capenter)

Kiltullagh, Galway

Albany, NY

3/5/1851

Dennis Gurley (nephew) Media Co., Lodi, OH

Contact: Mr. Wilson, Medina Co, Lodi, OH

Thomas Tracy (with Lawrence Mahony)

Gort(h)een, Dunmore, Galway

Pittsburgh PA

1/8/1863

John Tracy, Oshkosh WI

1851 Boston Pilot

Of THOMAS TRACY, native of parish Kiltulla, county Galway, (by trade a carpenter). When last heard of was in Albany, N. Y. He, or any one acquainted with his whereabouts, would confer a favor by writing to his nephew, DENNIS GURLEY, care of Mr. Winson, Lodi, Medina County, Ohio.

1852 Boston Pilot

Of Mary Tracey, from co. Galway, near Ballinasloe, - came to America about 8 years ago. When last heard of was in New Haven, Ct. Her brother, WILLIAM TRACEY, lives in Unionville, Ct, and anxiously desires to hear from or about her.

1857 Boston Pilot

OF John Tracey, a native of Kelly`s Grove, near Ballinasloe [co. Galway], who left about 5 years ago; when last heard from was in Missouri. Information received by his sister, Kate Tracey, 33 Chapel street, Hartford, Connecticut.

1859 Boston Pilot

OF John Tracey, native of Gragagowan, parish of Portumna [co. Galway], who came to this country about 23 years ago; when last heard from he was in St John, New Brunswick. Any information will be thankfully received by his daughter, Margaret, 83 Charles street, Boston, Mass.

1860 Boston Pilot

Of Martin Tracey, a native of Kiltulla [co. Galway], who, when last heard from, was in Princeton, New York, about 12 months since. His brother Patrick is anxious to hear from him. Address James Morley, Greenwood, Miss.

12th Dec 1863

Seeking information of Mrs Winifred Ford (maiden name Tracy) who left the parish of Dunmore, Co Galway, for this country (USA) in the month of March 1860, when last heard from she was in New York. Any information concerning her will be thankfully received by her brother Denis Tracy on board the US sloop-of-War Pawnee. Stone Inlet. S.C

1864 Boston Pilot

Of Michael Ruan and Martin Treacy, natives of the parish of Newcastle, near Monivea, county Galway. Any information of them will be thankfully received by Richard Morgan, Nashville, Tennessee.

1864 Boston Pilot

OF BRIDGET and CATHERINE TRACY, natives of the parish of Killoran, county Galway. Bridget came to this country in November, 1856, and Catherine came in August, 1860. They both landed in New York. If this should meet their eye, or any person knowing their whereabouts, they would confer a favor by writing to their brother, Michael Tracy, Mauch Chunk, Carbon county, Pa, in care of Timothy Heerin.

1864 Boston Pilot

Of John Treacy, who emigrated from Clough, near Gurteen, county Galway, to this country about sixteen years ago; when last heard from was in Wisconsin. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his sister, Hanora Treacy, Nashville, Tennessee.

1866 Boston Pilot

OF JOHN TRACY, native of the parish of Gartheen, county Galway; when last heard from he was in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Any information concerning him will be thankfully received by his sister, Honora Tracy, in care of Thomas Kennedy, No 2 Broad street, near N Y C R R, Nashville, Tenn.

1866 Boston Pilot

OF JOHN TRACY, of Klunlahn, parish of Killorin, county Galway, who sailed on board steamer AEtina from Queenstown, for New York, April 16th, 1866. And of Michael Tracy, brother of said John, who left Ireland about three years ago, and who is supposed to have been in Ashland, Pennsylvania since then. Any information respecting either of them will be thankfully received by, or dropping a line to, Thomas Murray, Poeria, Illinois, or to Catherine Tracy, Poeria [sic], Illinois.

1868 Boston Pilot

Of Bridget, Mary and John Treacy, formerly of Esker, county Galway, Ireland; when last heard from they were in Augusta, Me. Any information of one or all will be thankfully received by addressing Capt. John A. Hynes, 1410 Cass avenue, St. Louis, Mo.

1872 Boston Pilot

OF PHILIP TRACY, aged 31 years, a native of Menlena, Dunmore, county Galway, who left Brooklyn, N. Y., July 4, 1867; when last heard from, two years ago, was in Cedar City, Callaway county, Mo. Information of him will be received by his wife, Mary Tracy, care of Thomas McLaughlin, No. 186 Navy street, Brooklyn, N. Y

 

1853-1923 Royal Navy

Michael Tracey. Place of Birth: Loughrea, Galway. Continuous Service Number: 24914. Date of Volunteering: 03 May 1855. Date of Birth: December 1838.

Patrick Tracy. Place of Birth: Spindle, County Galway. Continuous Service Number: 18367A. Date of Volunteering: 30 May 1861. Date of Birth: 15 March 1845.

 

1856

10. Thomas Tressy, Carrowreagh, Longford, Galway, 14a/3r/20p, £9.12.2 rent, Lease bearing date the 10th day of June, 1835 from Arthur Donelan to said Thomas Tressy, for the life of said Arthur Donelan (since departed) or 21 years from 1st May 1835. The original lease is lost, but a copy taken from the counterpart in the tenant's hands will be given to the purchaser, to whom the tenant must attorn. The lease will expire on the 1st May 1856.

 

1858

9. Daniel Tracy, Hillswood, Tuam, Galway, 16a/1r/30p, £4.3.10 rent, tenant from year to year

11. Michael Tracy, Ballaghaload [Ballaghalode], Tuam, Galway, 19a/2r/0p, £5.5.6 rent, tenant from year to year

 

09 Jan 1858 (BL) Obstructing a Clergyman in Reading the Funeral Service

At last Laurencetown Petty Sessions, seven persons respectively named Peter Tracy, Michael M'Hugh, John Brannon, George Smith, Bryan Bearne, Edward Muldoon and Thomas Kelly...Dr. John P. Geogheghan of Kill Lodge [Established Church]...to be buried in Kiltormer...some had been servants of the deceased insited that the remains be buried in Abbeygormican...they carried the deceased on their shoulders...The body was buried without any religious rites...

 

3 May 1858 MS 48,357/22 Mahon Papers (Additional)

Lease from Sir William Vesey Ross Mahon to William Draper of the house and garden lately occupied by Mrs. Connolly, the house lately occupied by John Tracy and the house plot of Ahascragh (Co. Galway) lately occupied by John Downey for the term of sixty years for a yearly rent of £2.10s. 3 May 1858. 1 item

 

July 16, 1858 (FJ) St. Jarlaths College, Tuam

...Tracy...Tracey..

17 July 1858 (N) St. Jarlaths College Tuam

...Caesar's Commentaries/Hooles Terminations and swan's Sentences/Latin...Tracy...

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

Francis Treacy 13 Sep 1918 Carrownderry Ballynoe Galway, farmer, to Lizzie Treacy

Hanoria Treacy 27 May 1881 New street Portumna Galway, widow, to nephew Paterick Kennedy of 5 Pimlico Dublin, labourer

Honoria Tracy 13 Oct 1913 Lower Salthill Galway, married woman, to Annie Galvin, married woman

James Treacy 26 Dec 1899 Sheeonarush Galway, farmer, to Sarah Treacy widow

James Treacy 12 Oct 1915 Liss Galway, farmer, to John Geraghty and Patrick Burke, farmers

John Tracey 29 Jul 1910 Atticoffey Clontuskert Galway, farmer, to Thomas Murray, farmer

John Treacy 16 Jun 1901 Knock Ballyvista Galway, farmer, died The Lunatic Asylum Ballinasloe, to Mary Treacy widow

John Treacy 5 Feb 1908 Portumna Galway, carpenter, to Anne Treacy widow

Malachy Christopher Tracy 10 Jan 1864 Ballygar Galway, farmer, by Patrick Tracy and Peter Dignan, farmers

Margaret Treacy 7 Mar 1899 Kilkitane Galway, to son Matt. Treacy, farmer

Maria Tracy 7 Sep 1894 Mary-Street Galway, widow, by Right reverend Francis Joseph MacCormack of St. Marys Taylor’s Hill RC Bishop and Reverend Peter Dooley of College House PP

Mark Treacy 10 Jul 1882 Foster street Galway, shopkeeper, to Ellen Treacy widow

Martin Treacy 4 Feb 1917 Cullagh North Ballyglunin Galway to John Treacy famer

Mary Treacy otherwise Trayers 29 Mar 1915 Curragh Cloonminda Galway to Patrick Trayers

Michael Joseph Tressey 26 Dec 1884 Middle Street Galway, billard room manager, to Catherine Tressey widow the universal legatee

Michael Tracy 1 Aug 1909 Ardnagall Galway, farmer, to John Tracy, farmer

Michael Treacey 23 Jun 1885 Lisiniska Galway, landowner, to nephew Patrick Treacey, landowner

Michael Treacy (Junior) 21 Apr 1908 Ardnagall Galway, labourer, to Michael Treacy, farmer

Patrick Treacy 1 Jul 1892 Dunmore Galway, bootmaker, died Workhouse Tuam, to son Thomas Treacy, bootmaker

Patrick Treacy (Senr) 1 Oct 1918 Carrew orse Carhone Tynagh Galway, farmer, to Margt. Treacy

Peter Tressy 16 Aug 1887 Abbey west Galway, farmer, to Mary Tressy widow

Philip Tracy 7 Feb 1863 Ballygar Galway, farmer, to brother Malachy Christopher Tracy, farmer

Thomas Tracy 10 Jun 1890 Mary-Street Galway, gentleman, to Maria Tracy, widow the mother

Thomas Tracy 23 Feb 1884 Killeroran Galway, farmer, to Hanoria Tracy widow

Thomas Treacy 15 Mar 1896 Carrick west Galway, son Thomas Treacy

Thomas Treacy 18 Feb 1909 Laraghmore Ballygunin Galway to Thomas Treacy farmer

William Thomas Tracy 20 Feb 1863 Ballygar Galway, widower, to daughter Ann Gaffey Ballygar (wife of Thomas Gaffey, farmer)

William Treacy 9 Jan 1918 Frumlin Ballyglunnin Tuam Galway, farmer, to Julia Melody m.w. [Married woman]

William Treacy 2 Dec 1918 Ballinabilla Cappatagle Ballinasloe Galway, farmer, by Patrick Lealan & Thos. Bowes

 

John M'Cabe Rev Sep 1858 Calcutta, to James Austin Tracy,  College House Galway Galway, Catholic clergyman

Thomas Conneely 13 Oct 1911 S[T]imaduane Galway, famer, to Henry Flattery & Thomas Treacy, farmers

John Gately 14 May 1911 Lissyegan Ahascragh Galway, farmer, to Bridget Tracey, widow

Ellen Lowe 15 May 1866 Newtownsmith Galway, widow, to Rose Treacy of Snipehill (Frenchpark) Roscommon, the residuary legatee

Anthony Langan 20 Jan 1881 Cloonrane Ballindine Galway, fgarmer, to nephew Pat Treacy (junior) of Cloonrane, farmer

Michael Turner 16 Nov 1898 lehid Galway, farmer, to sister Bridget Treacy of Ardnagall, married woman

Thomas Keavin 22 Sep 1858 Lacka Galway, MD, to Rose Treacy (wife of Andrew Treacy) of Snipe Hill Roscommon, administrator of  Ellen Lowe, relict of deceased

 

June 1860 Regan v. O'Connor

...Michael Tracy...owner of a billiard-room in Galway...

December 1861 Galway

...A lady known as the Hon. Mrs. Winter, and says she has a claim to all the dilapidated houses in Galway, with a few in good repair, made an assualt on Mrs Tracy, a widow woman, who keeps a very respectable grocery, together with a billiard table and racket court. Mrs. Winter was accompanied by a set of fellows armed with pitchforks and bludgeons. Mrs. Tracy collected a party to eject the intruders, and in the collision there were several injured...A court case followed taken by Mr. Tracy against Mrs. Winter for an assult and taking illegal possion of an out house. The belligerents had their wounds in front...black eyes and sundry wounds...Mrs. Winter offended the magistrates but eventually procured bail.

9 December 1861 Cork Examiner

Mrs. Winter In Galway... of Mrs. Tracey (owner of the racket court), for rent, and bad succeeded in getting possession, when Mrs. Tracey pnt two men in for the ...

22 March 1862 Cork Examiner

... Catherine Tracy examined—She lives in house in Middle-street, Galway, and also the owner of another house the rere of her dwelling-house, the front of it being in ...

 

1860.

John Treacy, Corrafaireen, Monivea, Tyaquin, Galway, 9a/1r/2p, £2.8.0, tenant from year to year

 

1860- British War Office (WO97) – Chelsea Hospital

Daniel Tracey, b. 1844, Lougrea, Galway 

Edward Tracey, b. ?, Loughrea, Galway 

James Treacy, b. 1856 Galway, Galway

John Tracey, b. 1837, Ballmasloe, Galway 

John Tracy?, b. 1837 Portumna, Galway

Martin Tracey, b. 1845 Loughrea, Galway

Peter Treacy, b. 1880 Ballinastoe, Galway

Thomas Treacey, b. 1834 Dunmore, Galway

 

19 April 1861 (FJ) Ryan V. O'Connor

The action was one of assult, tried at the last assizes of Galway...It had been originallly against three persons, Tracy, O'Connor and Deely, but Tracy had died before the trial. The plaintiff alledged that the three defendants, being in a billard room in Galway...down a flight of stairs [removed him]...

 

1861 British Census

Anne Tracey, b. abt 1838 Galway Ireland, Cheshire England

Bridget Tracy, b. abt 1801 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

John Tracey, b. abt 1826 Galway Ireland, Staffordshire England

Margaret Tracy, b. abt 1835 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

Martin Tracey, spouse: Mary, b. abt 1836 Galway Ireland, Staffordshire England

= Mary Tracey, spouse: Martin, b. abt 1836 Galway Ireland, Staffordshire England

Mary Tracey b. abt 1841, Galway Ireland, Denbighshire Wales

Mary Tracy, b. abt 1834 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

Michael Tracey, b. abt 1842 Galway Ireland, Derbyshire England

Thomas Tracy, b. abt 1821 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

 

Loftus's inland revenue almanack and official directory

1861 Second Class Assistant

Stephen Tracey, Dublin

1863 First Class Assistant

Stph Treacy, Galway 2D

3 Feb 1864 (BL) University Intelligence

Stephen Treacy, officer, Letterkenny, 2nd ride, Londonderry collection, has been appointed to Shrule ride, Galway collection.

1864 Rides

S Treacy, Letterkenny 2

1864 Loftus's inland revenue almanack and official directory

S. Treacey, Letterkenny, (Dunfanaghy)

1880 Belfast Street Directory

Inland Revenue Office, Queen's Square, Division Officers - Belfast 2nd Division; Stephen Treacy

12 December 1879 Belfast Morning News

"... Stephen Treacy, Eeq., H.M. Inland Revenue, Belfast, of a son."

6 March 1880 Belfast Morning News

TREACY—March 3, at Salt Hill, Gallway, Maria W. T. Treacy, wife of Stephen Treacy, H.M. Inland ... ”

 

30th August 1862 The Tablet

The Galway Catholic Young Men's Society.

We are delighted to find that the above eminently useful society has made such rapid strides and within so short a time. On last Sunday their retreat, which had been conducted by one of the most zealous and exemplary Priests in Ireland, the Rev. James A. Tracy, terminated by the assembling of the members in their spacious and beautiful rooms in Mrs. Carrigan's, Eyre Square, and proceeding in a body to the Catholic Cathedral, where, after the Most Rev. Doctor MacEvilly, Lord Bishop of Galway had celebrated Mass, they approached Holy Communion. During the week, lectures of a most practical character were given by Father Tracy, who, each morning said, with the permission of the Bishop, Mass in the rooms of the society. The lectures were numerously and respectably attended not only by the members but others who were introduced by permission. On Saturday evening his Lordship gave the members the Papal benediction in the rooms, and congratulated them on the progress they had made. Classes are to be now formed where the Irish and other languages will be taught. Lectures will be also delivered by eminent public men.—Connaught Patriot.

 

August 1862 Perjury

Mary Tracy...at Portumna...assult case between two brothers named Ryan...

 

31 October 1862 (FJ) The O'Connell National Statue

The Monement in Galway (from the Vindicator)...The Rev. father Tracy was called to the chair amidst loud demonstrations of applause...

 

1862 Offences commited in the County of Galway

Riots and Affray of John Ney, blacksmith, 3 Dec 1861, Galway town, inf lodged 4 Dec 1861, Catherine Tracy, dismissed at petty sessions

Serious assults on John Fahy & John Finerty, farmers, 24 Feb 1862, Tiaquinn Galway, inf lodged 25 Feb 1862, Patrick Burke Peter Gready Thomas Tressy, conviicted at petty sessions

 

13 December 1862 Will Reverend John M'Cabe

The Will of the Reverend John M'Cabe formerly a Curate of the Roman Catholic Cathedral but afterwards and at the time of his decease Vicar of the Roman Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus at Calcutta deceased who died in the month of September 1858 at same place was proved at the Principal Registry by the oath of James Austin Tracy of the college house in the County of the town of Galway Roman Catholic Clergyman sole executor. Effects under £5

Abstracts of Wills and Admins in the National Library.

 

1862 Court Millar v. Tressy

Application to change venue from Dublin to Galway. THe action was brought by Dublin Merchants against the defendant as administratix of her deceased husband, who kept a billard room in Galway to recover a sum of £35 due for goods.

 

August 1863 Portumna Races

...Frederick Tracy rode Gipsy...

 

27 January 1864 (NG) Portumna Petty Sessions - Vulcan versus Pan

Owen Boohan summoned Francis Tracy, a farmer, for 14s.6d., due to him for smith work...case adjourned...

 

6 March 1864 (N) California Deaths

Tracy - Dec 29, near Folsom, Michael Tracy, a native of the county Galway, aged 38 years.

 

March 1864 Galway

In the matter of the estate of Valentine Browne and others, owners and petitioners. The lands of Cappagh and Derryooghs, containing 1308a2r26p held under lease for lives renewalable for ever at a yearly rent of £92/6/2 and producing a net rental of £82/8/11. Mr Daniel Tracy purchased at £2400.

 

4 May 1864 (NG) Portumna Petty Sessions

Ellen Calihan summoned John Tracy for knocking her down with a blow of a shovel...27th of last month...fine of 5s. or 14 days, but for the provocation the punishment would have been £5.

 

6 July 1864 (NG) Killimore Petty Sessions

Tracey v. Broderick - Broderick was charged by compliant with cutting his turf bank by force, at Garranameeta. It appeared in evidence that Tracey lives a considerable distance from the bog...adjourned for Agents evidence.

10 August and 7 September 1864 (NG) Killimore Petty Sessions

Patrick Tracy summoned Thomas Broderick, of Garrinameta [Garraunnameetagh Galway?], for carrying away bog-stuff, his property, for his own use, and for the purpose of selling it to others. It appear in evidence, that a few years ago Tracy [Broderick?] got possession of a farm of 10 acres, formerly held by Broderick. Broderick stated that he retained three acres and the bog in question. John Brishane, the bailiff, stated that three years ago, by direction of his master, Mr. Smyth, of Masonbrook, he gave possession of Tracy's holding to Broderick, who paid up the arrears of rent then due, amounting to £22, except three acres which were to be reserved by Tracy, and which were to be as near his house as possible; no mention was made of the bog.

 

1864 – State Registered Births (See HOME for full list of Births and Marriages up to 1899)

Tracey, Margaret, Scarriff, Clare/Galway. 4 401

Tracey, Patrick, Ballinasloe, Galway/Roscommon. 4 36

Tracey, Thadeus, Scarriff, Clare/Galway. 19 473

Tracy, Catherine, Tuam, Galway. 9 540

Tracy, John, Tuam, Galway. 14 535

Tracy, Mary, Tuam, Galway. 9 551

Tracy, Mary, Tuam, Galway. 9 566

Tracy, Mary, Ballinasloe, Galway/Roscommon. 14 35

Tracy, Michael, Ballinasloe, Galway/Roscommon. 14 25

Tracy, (male), Ballinasloe, Galway/Roscommon. 14 26

Tracy, (male), Tuam, Galway. 4 456

Tracy, (female), Clifden, Galway. 9 202

Trassy, Bridget, Gort, Clare/Galway. 14 333

Trassy, Mary, Glennamaddy, Galway/Roscommon. 19 319

Trasy, Mary, Glennamaddy, Galway/Roscommon. 14 304

Treacy, Anne, Mountbellew, Galway. 9 420

Treacy, Mary, Portumna, Galway. 9 474

Treacy, Nicholas, Portumna, Galway. 4 394

Tressy, Mary, Loughrea, Galway. 4 336

 

Deaths – Newspaper Notices

Malachy Tracey; Ballygar GAL IRL; Cork Examiner (COR IRL); 1864-1-19; dja

 

1864

Representative of B. Trassy, Kilanlappy otherwise Kilnalappa a subdenomination of Belwell, Dunmore, Galway, £8.5.6 rent, 12a/2r/19.25p, tenant from year to year, ...stream northern boundary...right to cut turf for their own consumption only, on the bog which forms part of this townland.

 

28 April 1865 IT

Oughterard Regatta, Galway...Harkaway won pulled by Messers M. Tracey, Braughall, Cloyton and Haeler...Odalique pulled by Mesers Tracey and Braughall...

 

Saint Mark, Liverpool to New York 22 May 1865

William Treacy, 20, M, labourer, Kings county

Mary Tracy, 48, F, servant, Galway

 

28 June 1865 (NG) Portumna Petty Sessions

Martin Tracy, of Tyrnascragh [Tiranascragh, Galway], summoned Michael Fitzgerald for assaulting him, by stricking him with an oar, which knocked him down...Fitzgerald said that he found his boat two miles from its place, with Tracy and two young women in her...Fitzgerald stole up on Tracy and struck him...A cross case of stealing the boat was dismissed...

 

15 July 1865 (FJ) ArchBishop of Tuam

...deputation of the principal inhabitants...We the undersigned parishioners of Dunmore...Pat Tracey...

 

19 September and 3 October 1866 (NG) Portumna Petty Sessions

Nicholas Tracy, of Shehanarush [Sheeaunrush], summoned Michael, Patt and Catherine Kelly of Cooldurraghs, for assaulting him with a hurley and other weapons on the 10 inst at Cooldurraght, cutting his head and inflicting other injuries. Cross case of killing [trespassing] geese...Patrick Tracy, father of complainant...one of Tracy's sons had been fractured in another melee a few years ago...Kellys fines and both parties to keep the peace...

14 November 1866 (NG) Portumna Petty Sessions

Edward Burke, an old man, prosecuted John Tracy, of Shehanarush, for assaulting him, by hitting him with a stone which knocked him off a cart, on the evening of the 29th ult, on his way home for Portumna...Witness war carried by a man named Kelly who shouted "blood money" at Tracy (This had reference to a portion of a fine awarded to Tracy, for an assault committed on him by the owner of the cart)...discrepancy in evidence and provocation..case dismissed.

A charge of aiding and abetting against Patt, Nicholas and James Tracy, of Shesbanarush, Michael and Thomas Ridge of Cahir, and Michael Tracy, of Ballymartin [Galway], was likewise dismissed.

 

1866 Curraduff West (Galway, 30/4), "in the stream south of Captain Tracy's Lodge, in a bed about five feet thick, there is a foliation oblique to the bedding; and, as the rock is more a schist than a gneiss, perhaps it may be the cleavage planes that the foliation follows."

XXV.—Notes On The Foliation In The Gneiss And Schist Of YarConnaTight. By G. Henm Ktnahan, Senior Geologist of the Geological Survey of Ireland.

[Read before the Royal Geological Society of Ireland, January 10, 1866.] Dublin quarterly journal of Science, Volume 6

 

22 February 1867 (TH) Tuam Diocesan Missionary Fund

Headford...Mrs. Tracey...

 

9 March 1867 (TH) Wilful Murder of Wife

...inquest held at Russeltown near Miltown...Thomas Treacy, a small farmer, residing near Milltown...next assizes.

15 March 1867 (TH) Galway Assizes

Thomas Tracy was placed at the bar charged with having on the first day of March 1867, did with malice afore thought kill and slay Margaret Tracy his wife. - The prisoner was remanded to next Assizes.

15 March 1867 IT

Thomas Tracey, murder of wife Margaret Tracey at Russelstown [Galway] on 28th February...

15 March 1867 (FJ) Murder - Galway

Thomas Tracey was indicted for the wilful murder of his wife Margaret Tracey, at Russellstown on the 28th February last...had no money to pay counsel...counsel appointed...guilt or innocence depended on his state of mind...adjourned.

31 July 1867 (FJ) Galway - Murder

Thomas Tracy was indiced that he, on the 1st of March last, did murder Margaret Tracy, his wife at Russellstown...18 years married...almost three years ago, one Walsh, a cousin of the prisoner died in England and since then the prisoner had been disturbed in his mind...not guilty of unsound mind. He was remanded to prison...

3 August 1867 (TH) Galway County Court

Thomas Tracy...did murder Margaret Tracy, his wife, at Russellstown, in this county...had been eighteen years married and during that period had been good friends and never had any quarrel. About three years ago one Walsh, a cousin of the prisoner had died in England and since then the prisoner had been disturbed in his mind...spade...and clove her skull...the jury found the prisoner not guilty, he being at the time of unsound mind...

 

13 March 1867 (NG) Portumna Petty Sessions

Wages - Mary Tracy summoned Catherine Head for the sum of 6s6d, balance of an account due for horse hire. Decree for the amount.

 

17 April 1867 (NG) Portumna Petty Sessions

Constable Monahan of Kelly's Mills [2 miles from NW Lough Derg] summoned Laurence Tracy...for neglecting to register their dogs.

 

1 June 1867 (TH) Dog Licences

Thomas Tracy, Claretuam

 

8 June 1867 (TH) Dog Licences

James Theany, Ballinastack

Pat Tracy, Curraferine

Edmond Tressy, Lavamore

Pat Tressy, Lisaneskea

Bartly Tressy, Lisaneskea

Martin Tressy, Abbey

Daniel Tracy, Hillswood

Edward Tracy, Caherpuck

 

20 July 1867 (TH) To be sold

...by the denomination 'the Thirds of Tuam'...includes...Tressy's Plot...

 

23 November 1867 (TH) Estate of Frederick John Foster

...Tuam...Tressy's plot...

 

1867

111. John Tressy, Sun street, Galway, £0.15.0 rent, tenant from month to month

 

January 21 1868 Landed Estates Court –County of Galway

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

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

County of Longford

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

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

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

22 January 1868 (FJ) Galway

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

 

22 June 1868 (FJ) Deaf & Dumb, Cabra

...Mrs C Tracey, Middle street, Galway, per collection box...

 

28 March 1869 – 11 September 1869 Minutes of Board of Guardian Meetings Gort - Archives

‘I give notice on this day fortnight I will move that the resolution requiring two years residence in the house previous to getting clothing be rescinded, and the period of six months be substituted or such other time as the Board may think fit, and that any pauper requiring clothing must give at least one days notice to the Master and come before the Board in his own clothes if he has any. I also give notice that John Brogan, John, Learn and Mat Tracy are to get clothes on this day week. Walter Shawe Taylor’ (p91).

 

24 July 1869 (NG) Parsonstown Board of Guardians

...case of Margaret Tracy, an applicant for relief...her connection with Portumna Union...

 

September/October 1870 Ambulance Committee in aid of the French Army

...Dunmore [Galway?]...P. Tracy...J Treacy...? Tracy...

 

15 October 1870 (FJ) French Ambulanes

Dunmore...Patrick Treacy...James Treacy...Michael Treacy...

 

3 December 1870 (TH) Enlivening the Town

An old pensioner, though a pretty young[?] ??? soldier, named John Tracy, responded to the ??? constable Meddigan to render an account of his ??? Dunmore on the 20th ult. The Constable charged him with being "on the go" and shouting through the streets &c, but admitted that he conducted ??? very well during his short sojourn in the "lock-up". His Worship, taking this into consideration and ??? how much the defendant must have "suffered for his country" when "in the army" ordered him to be discharged with a caution.

 

1870 Amount Collected at Athenry RC Chapel...for the suffering French...

...2s...Thomas Tressy, Athenry...

9 December 1870 (FJ) Athenry Roman Catholic Church

...Wounded French...Patrick Burke, Thomas Tressy, Athenry...

 

1870?…Glengowla East Mine [near Oughterard], from a map by Captain TracyKinehan, G.H., Nolan, J., 1870. Explanation to accompany Sheet 95 of the map of the Geological Survey of Ireland, including the country around Headford and Oughterard, illustrating parts of the counties of Galway and Mayo. Geological Survey of Ireland Memoirs Vol. 5, Memoir 95, 65-66

Moore, K. R. (2004) Historical Use of Stone and Metal in Western Ireland. Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, Vol. 56 (2004), pp. 1-21 Published by: Galway Archaeological & Historical Society

 

9 December 1871 (TH) Galway Elections - Barony of Tiaquin

Martin Treacy, Clogh

Edmond Tracy, Caherpuca or Ballybane

Martin Tracey, Cullagh South

 

1871

3. Michael M'Donough and 4. Michael Tracy, Beaghcauneen, Ballinahinch, Galway, 50a/0r/24p, £3 and £3 rent, tenant from year to year

 

1871 British Census

Edward Tracey, spouse Maria, b. abt 1813 Ireland, Lancashire England

       = Maria Tracey, spouse Edward, b. abt 1823 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

John Tracy, spouse Catherine, b. abt 1837 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

       = Catherine Tracy, spouse John, b. abt 1840 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

John Tracey, spouse Mary, b. abt 1837 Galway Ireland, Staffordshire England

       = Mary Tracey, spouse John, b. abt 1828 Galway Ireland, Staffordshire England

Michael Treasey, spouse Maria, b. abt 1831 Galway Ireland, Cheshire England

       = Maria Treasey, spouse Michael, b. abt 1832 Cheshire England, Cheshire England

Michael Tracy, spouse Margaret, b. abt 1826 Galway Ireland, Staffordshire England

       = Margaret Tracy, spouse Michael, b. abt 1826 Mayo Ireland, Staffordshire England

Pat Tracy, spouse Margt, b. abt 1805 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

       = Margt Tracy, spouse Pat, b. abt 1803 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

Thomas Tracy, spouse Bridget, b. abt 1826 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

       = Bridget Tracy, spouse Thomas, b. abt 1832 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

Thomas Tracey, spouse Catharine, b. abt 1841 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

       = Catharine Tracey, spouse Thomas, b. abt 1848 Dublin Ireland, Lancashire England

 

Ann Tracey, b. abt 1805 Galway Ireland, Yorkshire England

Bridget Tracy, b. abt 1840 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

Dennis Tracy, b. abt 1811 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

Julia Tracy, b. abt 1843 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

M Tracy, b. abt 1836 Galway Ireland, London England

Margaret Tracy, b. abt 1825 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

Sarah Tracey, b. abt 1827 Galway Ireland, Lancashire England

 

January 30, 1872 (FJ) The County Galway Election

...over 21 years...course park division of Kellysgrove...James Trassy &c. - living on this very farm before it was sold to Lord Clancarty...

 

April 1872 Galway Election Petition

...17 Ballinderry people some refreshment...Mark Treacy [bar/restaurant?] was ordered by the judge to go home and search for a letter [from Hanley] for payment of account...

22 April 1872 (FJ) The Galway Election Petition

...Mark Tracy, publican, Galway, deposed that he gave drink to the extent of £33 on the order of John Hanley, who lives near Ballinderry, Captain Nolan's residence...

23 April 1872 (FJ)  The Galway Election Petition

John Hanley sworn...Do yo intend to pay Tracy? The tenants are well able to pay themselves; if they don't pay I will; I never wrote my name to anything; this is not my handwriting...Tracy (recalled) - This man (Hanley) wrote his name (Hanley's) on my counter...

23 April 1872 Irish Times

Galway Election (Barony of Clare)

…I did not order any drink or entertainment at Treacys…(dispute over ‘election’ bill)

25 April 1872 (FJ) The Galway Election Petition

...publican Tracy...Tracy said that on the evening before...some men were brought to his house for the purposes of the namination day. It was distinctly proved by him that they were not voters, [but] to cheer the speakers or prevent a hearing...Ryan was debited in Treacy's book for £12/3/7...

28 May 1872 (FJ) The Galway Election Petition

...The first most serious and most suspicious [charge] is that of the man Tracey in the town of Galway, extending to £33 or £34...[to] a tenant of Captain Nolan.

 

11 May 1872 (FJ) Association fopr the Propagation of the Faith

Diocese of Tuam...Willie Tracy 2s...

 

June 29, 1872 (FJ) The Galway Vindication Fund

Galway City?...5s...Mark Treacy...2s6d...Mr. Treacy...Mrs Treacey...

 

1 July 1872 (FJ)  Galway/Nolan Indemnity Fund

Castlegar, Galway...John Tracy...

Milltown, Tuam...Patrick Tracy...

 

15 July 1872 (FJ) The Galway Vindication Fund

Eyrescourt, County Galway...widow Tracy 1s...

 

16 July 1872 (FJ)

St. Mary's Dunmore...Pat Treacy...

 

20 July 1872 (FJ) Galway Vindication Fund

Ahescragh/Caltra...2s6d...Thomas Tracey...

 

7 August 1872 (FJ) The Galway Vindication Fund

Abbey, Ballyglunin, County Galway...5s...Martin Tracy...2s6d...Ed Tracy...

 

13 August 1872 (FJ) Galway Regatta

...lough Corrib...the prize was a silver tankard, presented by Messrs Wheeler and Co., per M. Tracy, Esq., Galway...First crew...Tracy second...

16 August 1873 (TH) Galway Regatta

...Lough Corrib...The prize was a silver tankard, presented by Messrs Wheeler and Co. per T Tracy, Esq, Galway...First crew...Tracy...

August 1873 Corrib Rowing Club

...thanks to Messrs Salt and Co. (Burton on Trent) for silver goblets through Mr. T Tracy, their agent in Galway...

 

1872 Shorthand Writers' Notes of Judgment of Mr. Justice Keogh on Trial of Galway County Election Petition

11 April 1872 Evidense of Mr. W.D. Griffith

Denis Tracy accomapnied him from Dunmore to Tuam under an escort of Lancers.

 

18 January 1873 (TH) Ejectments - Rishworth v. O'Neill

...lands of Carnane, which O'Neill sublet to a man named Tressy without permission...Pat Tressy, who depossed that he purchased from Hugh O'Neill, the former tenant, the possession and good will of the house and land in question at £37...the ejectment was valid in law, and granted a decree.

 

15 March 1873 (TH) 10 July 1875 (TH) Gouldings Manures

Agents...Patrick Tracey, Cloonrane, Ballindine...

 

17 May 1873 (FJ) Presentation to Father Coen, Woodford, Galway

2s6d...J Tracy...

 

1873 Tuam Sessions Rishworth v. O’Neill

...lands of Carnane...Pat Tressy purchased from Hugh O'Neill, the former tenant, the good-will of the house and land for £37. The case went to appeal.

 

April 1875 Corrib Rowing Club

Boat House, Earl's Island Galway...gentlemen elected honorary officiers...Thomas Treacy...

 

June 1875 Treacy v. The Waterford and Limerick Railway

A shopkeeper in Athenry, to recover damages for injury travelling from Athenry to Tuam on June Last. Awarded £50 damages.

 

4 September 1875 (TH) Eglington Racket Court

...court may be soon roofed...Much credit is due to Mr Tracy, for his suggestions in the regard, and it is expected that he will get the necessary support for carrying them out speedily. - Galway Express

 

January 1876

Patrick Tracey of Galway, for having at the North Wall, a sheep suffering from scab disease. Fined £1.

 

19 February 1876 (N) The Martyr's Cross, Glasnevin

...Per Mr. John Leavy, collected by Mr P Tracey, Dunmore, county Galway...P. Tracey 2s...Daniel Tracey...1s...

14 December 1878 (N) O'Donovan Rossa Testimonial

...from Dunmore, per Mr. P. Tracy £2.

 

11 November 1876 (TH)

A letter was received from the contractor of Claretuam graveyard stating that he had been prevented by a man namerd Tracy (requiring compensation) from finishing the work.

18 November 1876 (TH) Tuam Board of Guardians

A letter was a week ago, received from a man named Thos Tracey of Clare Tuam, claiming for 1 acre 3 roods 3 perches (of his property enclosed the sum of £6. The grave yard contains 1 rood 35 perches. He also complained of all the work being done in bad waether which habit should be discontinued. By a letter before the Board to-day he claimed £8 for the land of his enclosed wit burial ground...The Chairman - The map shows there was six perches taken from Tracey. It appears a wall was built...Tracy's land went all round the graveyard. The Clerk said the map showed it did not...

 

23 December 1876 (TH) Tuam Petty Sessions

Acting-Constable McNulty v. John Tracy - Found drunk on the public streets of Tuam on the 21st of November. Defendant was an old man residing in Bishop street. Fined 2s6d and costs as there was no evidence of his ever before having been brought into court for such an offence.

 

1876 Return of holdings purchased by Tenants from the Church Temporalities

Claretuam, Tuam, Clare, Galway County

Thomas Treacy, sale 11 March 1876, 2a/3r/17p, valuation £1/15/0, rent £2, Gross £50, cash -, Mortgage -, 31/8/1880 arrears -

 

5 March 1877 (TH) Tuam Board of Guardians

...M. Tracey...

 

12 march 1877 (TH) Tuam Poor Law Guardians

Electorial Division

Abbey West and Ryehill - Martin Tracey

Claretuam - Barthly Canavan nominated by Thos Tracey

 

26 March 1877 (TH) Tuam Guardians

...Martin Tracy...[also P. Tracey?]...

 

16 April 1877 (TH) Dunmore Petty Sessions

A few unimportant cases being disposed of, an assult case between the Joyes of Garrafauns[?], and Tracys of Knockatee[?], and Noone of Shanballymore came on for hearing.

 

7 May 1877 (TH) Young Mens Debates, Tuam

...first meeting...Mr. Tracey followed...

 

21 May 1877 (TH) Dunmore Petty Sessions

John Donlan v. Mary Rabbit...Catherine Tracy was next called...

 

28 December 1877 (FJ) Ballinasloe Temperance Society

An amateur concert...J. Treacy and Mrs. Treacy...Galway...

 

8 January 1878 (FJ) The Clifden Meeting

Signed on behalf of the people [of Clifden and Connemara]...Michael Tracy...

12 January 1878 (N) Clifden Meeting

...undersigned people of Connemara...Singed on behalf of the people...Michael Tracy...

 

28 March 1878 (FJ) The Political Prisoners

...E Tracy, Ballycolgan [Galway?]...1s...

 

July 1878 Catholic Institute for the deaf and dumb, Cabra

Collections...Mrs M Tracy, Middle street, Galway, per Collection Box 16s...Mr DT Tracy, Carysfort avenue, Blackrock £1...

 

Canterbury, Glasgow to Otago 10 Dec 1878 (assisted emigration)

Thomas Treacy, 27 years, married, farm labourer, of Galway

Bridget Treacy, 25 years

Margaret Treacy, 12 years (age crossed out) transfrd to single women

Mary Treacy, 8 years

Thomas Treacy, 5 years

Pat Treacy, 2 years

Elizabeth Treacy, 3 months

 

1878 Galway West Ridding

Denis Treacy convicted at quart sessions July 1878 and sentenced to 12 months imprisonment with hard labour for highway robbery on Patrick Gready 19 June 1878

 

1/7/1878 to 1/1/1880 Removal of poor from England and Scotland

Mary Treacy of Ballinasloe, nine months in New York and one month in Liverpool

 

1880 Galway West Ridding

A letter received through the Post-office 18 October 1880 threatening Thomas Treacy with "bullets" if he did not give up herding for a man who took a farm from which tenants were evicted about 15 years agoo

 

August 1880 Irish National Land League

At Belclare, near Tuam a meeting of tenant farmers to establish a branch...on the platform...Thomas Treacy...

28 August 1880 (N) Demonstration at Belclare [four miles from Tuam]

platform...Thomas Treacy...Annaghdown branch...- Irish Times

 

1880 Galway West Ridding

John Glyn was acquitted at quarter sessions and Patt Treacy at Petty Sessions of the charge of assult endangering life on Thady Ryan on 27 March 1880.

 

1880’s Fenians

“In Dunmore the ‘centre’, I think, was Pat Treacy, a shoemaker.”

Ryan, Mark Francis (1946) Fenian Memories.

 

1880 Parliamentary Papers

Ballinasloe - Mary Treacy

 

1880

9. John Tracey, Lisnakilta othwise Lisheenaheltia otherwise Lesmakelta otherwise Lisnakela otherwise Lisnakely otherwise Lishnahilta otherwise Lisnakelty otherwise Lismakelta otherwise Lissanakelty otherwise Lissmakilty, Ballymoe, Galway, £22.10.0 rent, 30a/0r/32p, tenant from year to year

 

1880

11, 11a, 11b & 21 on map. Rep. of Michael Tracey, Kiltullagh [Galway], £11.15.8 rent, 22a/1r/5p, Tenant from year to year

14, 14a &14b on map. Lawrence Tracey & Widow Tracey, Kiltullagh [Galway], £7.9.4 rent, 11a/1r/34p, tenant from year to year

 

June 1881 Eviction in Galway

...an armed force of 100 police attended at Rainore, near Killimore yesterday and evicted a tentant named Tracey off the property of J. McDermott Esq., J.P...

 

1881 Slaters Directory

William Tracy, Old St., Portumna, Blacksmith

 

1881 British Census (LDS)

Bridget Tracey, 46 years, born Galway, single, Cotton Card Room Hand, Turnpike Rd Marlands Buildings Ashton under Lyne Lanc (Same address as John and Thomas)

Catherine Tracy, 47 years, born Galway, Postmaster Row Wolverhampton, Stafford

Catherine Tracy, 51 years, born Galway, widow, Charwoman, 25 White Horse Alley London Middlesex

John Tracey, 60 years, born Galway, Labourer Ironworks, 77 Portway Rd Wednesbury Stafford

Mary, 54 years, born Roscommon, wife

John Tracey, Head, Married, M, 49, Labourer, Galway; 12 Pleasant Row, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire

Mary Tracey, Wife, Married, F, 51, Galway

John Tracey, Son, Single, M, 20, Labourer, (Nk), Lancashire

Thos Tracey, Son, Single, M, 18, Labourer, Oldham, Lancashire

John Tracey, 50 years, born Galway, Labourer, Turnpike Rd Marlands Buildings Ashton under Lyne Lanc (Same address as Bridget and Thomas)

Catherine, 42 years, born Galway, wife

John, 20 years, born Mossley Lanc, single, Cotton Picer

Denis, 19 years, born Mossley, single, Cotton Picer

Mary J, 18 years, born Mossley, single, Cotton Card Room Hand

Ann, 16 years, born Mossley, Cotton Card Room Hand

Kate, 13 years, born Mossley, Cotton Reeler

Julia, 11 years, born Mossley, Cotton Card Room Hand

Margaret A, 9 years, born Mossley

Elizabeth, 6 years, born Mossley

William, 4 years, born Mossley

Ann Fitzgerald, 76 years, born Galway, widow, grand-mother

John Tracy, 35 years, born Galway, Coal Miner, Crown Yard Whittington Derby

Bridget, 29 years, born Galway, wife

Lawrance, 11 years, born Chesterfield Derby

Elizabeth, 9 years, born Whittington Derby

Mary, 5 years, born Whittington

Catherine, 3 years, born Whittington

John, 10 months, born Whittington

Margaret Tracey, 50 years, born Clare, married, Landlady, 54 Liverpool Rd Wolstanton Stafford

Bartholomew, 19 years, born Galway, lodger (son???), Labourer

John, 17 years, born Kidsgrove Stafford, son?, Iron Worker

Denis, 15 years, born Kidsgrove, son?, Iron Worker

Ann, 11 years, born Kidsgrove, daughter?

Sarah, 9 years, born Kidsgrove, daughter?

Martin Tracey, 44 years, born Galway, Wheelwright, 17 Blews St West Bermingham Warick

Mary, 45 years, born Galway, wife

Laurence, 19 years, born Wednesbury Stafford, son, single, Wheelwright

Mary, 16 years, born Wednesbury, daughter, Cigar Maker

Bridget, 14 years, born Wednesbury, daughter, Jeweller Polisher

Sarah, 11 years, born Wednesbury, daughter

Martin Tracy, 50 years, born Galway, Labourer, Patemoster Row Wolverhamptom, Stafford

Catherine, 47 years, born Galway, wife?

John, 14 years, born Whampton Stafford, son?, Assist Basket Maker

Julia, 9 years, born Whampton, daughter?

Agnes, 5 years, born Whampton, daughter?

Mary Tracey, 79 years, born Athlone, widow, 16 Prospect Road Tonbridge Kent

Andrew, 29 years, born Tunbridge Well, son, single, General Dealer

Mary Tracey, 55 years, born Galway, widow, 8 Baker St Heaton Norris Lanc

Annie, 24 years, born Stockport, daughter, single, Cotton Operative

William, 18 years, born Stockport, son, single, Cotton Operative

Mary E, 5 years, born Stockport, daughter

Michael Treacy, 28 years, born Galway, Coal Miner, lodger, 24 Froggatts Yd Chesterfield Derby

Patsey Tracey, 45 years, born Clare Galway, Slate cutter (Quaray) Rochdale Road Spotland Lanc

Mary, 35 years, born Clare Galway, wife

John, 15 years, born Clare Galway, son, Cotton Doffer

James, 9 years, born Clare Galway, don, Cotton Doffer

Margaret, 6 years, born Wolverhampton, daughter, Cotton Doffer

Ellen, 5 years, born Wolverhamptom, daughter

Kate, 3 years, born Wolverhampton, daughter

Patrick Tracey, Head, Married, M, 40, R Way Laborer, Galway; 7 North St, Stroke-on-trent, Staffordshire

Ann Tracey, Wife, Married, F, 32, Cork

Ellen Tracey, Daughter, Single, F, 10, Scholar, Stoke, Staffordshire

Edw Tracey, Son, Single, M, 6, Scholar, Stoke, Staffordshire

Mary Tracey, Daughter, Single, F, 3, , Stoke, Staffordshire

Robert Tracey, 21 years, born Galway, single, visitor, Labourer, Sailor Boy Inn 87 New St Barnsley York

Thomas Tracey, 54 years, born Galway, Labourer, Turnpike Rd Marlands Buildings Ashton under Lyne Lanc (Same address as Bridget and John)

Mary, 54 years, born London, wife

Mark, 24 years, born Mossly Lanc, single, Labourer

Mary, 19 years, born Mossly, single, Cotton Reeler

James, 18 years, born Mossly, single, Cotton Picer

Margaret, 6 years, born Mossly

Thomas Tracey, 63 years, born Galway, Fruiterer, 204 Bury New Road Broughton In Salford Lanc

Catherine, 52 years, born Cavan, wife

James, 29 years, born Liverpool, son, single, Invoice Corresponding Clerk (Comm)

Mary, 24 years, born Liverpool, daughter, single

Letita, 22 years, born St. Helens Lanc, daughter, single

Elizabeth, 16 years, born Manchester, daughter, single, Milliner

Thomas Treacy, 26 years, born Galway, single, Joiner, No 1 Stanhope Court off Goodall St Manchester Lanc

Mary Heenan, 30 years, born Galway, single, General servant

Thomas Tracey, 41 years, born Roscommon, Tailor, 9 Carter St Manchester Lanc

Mary, 47 years, born Galway, wife,

 

7 January 1882 (N) Ladies Land Leaque - Tierenascragh [Galway]

...Miss Tracy, treasurer...

 

25 March 1882 (N) Evictions at Ballygar, County Galway

...Thomas Tracy, Killeroran, evicted with 6 in family...[May have been re-admitted as caretaker of the property]

 

1882 Return of judicial rents

Andrew Treacy of Bleanagloss Galway, landlord Martin C. French, 9a/2r/7p, poor valuation £4/15/0, old rent £8/4/10, new rent £5/5/0, valuation £25/0/0

Margaret Treacy of Kilkittane Galway, landlord Bernard Cogan, 26a/1r/3p, poor valuation £12/15/0, old rent £27/0/0, new rent £18/0/0, valuation £40/0/0

Nicholas Treacy of Cappisle Galway, landlord Marquis of Clanricarde, 30a/1r/20p, poor valuation £17/0/0, old rent £17/10/0, new rent £16/0/0, valuation £50/0/0

Patrick Treacy of Tobernaclog Galway, landlord Samuel Barrett, 19a/0r/21p, poor valuation £9/0/0, old rent £13/8/0, new rent £9/17/0

Patrick Treacy of Cooldorrough Galway, landlord Marquis of Clanricarde, 19a/1r/35p, poor valuation £11/0/0, old rent £11/0/0, new rent £10/0/0, rent 1877 £8/8/0

Thomas Treacy of Gragagown Galway, landlord Marquis of Clanricarde, 19a/1r/39p, poor valuation £9/0/0, old rent £10/0/0, new rent £9/0/0, rent 1876 £9/7/1

 

1882 -1902 Tuam Burials

453. Mary Treacy, 67, RC, Servant, widow, Bishop St, died 9.1.19, buried 10.1.91, A section, 4/9/4, John Treacy managed internment & funeral

722. Michael Treacy, 87, RC, Labourer, widower, W. House, died 19.1.95, buried 21.1.95, F section, 154/9/4, MJB managed internment & funeral

878. Honor Treacy, 82, RC, Servant, widow, W. House, died 1.6.97, buried 2.6.97, F Secion, line 3 row 12

 

1883 Return of judicial rents

Edward Tracey of Derrew Galway, landlord Burton R.B. Persse, 29a/3r/32p, poor valuation £15/15/0, old rent £22/5/6, new rent £21/0/0, 1860 rent £18/4/2, value of tenanct £70/0/0

Edward Tressy of Killedelish [Killadullisk?] Galway, landlord W.C.B. Ruthven, 37a/3r/24p, poor valuation £16/15/0, old rent £20/0/0, new rent £16/0/0, Tenancy £50

 

1883 Ellen Treacy, tenant, GCS Handcock, landlord, Woodfield, Galway, 23a0r0p, £7.5.0 valuation, £13 rent, £8.10.0 judicial rent, rent changed in 1869 from £9.8.0

 

March 1884 Galway Assizes

Henry Tracy, a dismissed mail-car driver...Ardrahan...

 

30 July 1884 Freeman's Journal

...Bridget Tracey, at Loughrea, county Calway;...

 

1884 Patrick Treacy, tenant, Mrs Woods Martyn, landlord, Barnyboy, Galway, 8a3r11p, £2.5.0 valuation, £5.10.0 rent, £5 judicial rent

 

1884 MG Western Railway

James Tracey, ganger, Athenry

 

1884 Return of judicial rents

Denis Treacy of Menlena Galway, landlord George E. Deering, 38a/2r/20p, poor valuation £17/15/0, old rent £21/6/0, new rent £17/15/0

 

1884 [C.4144] Irish Land Commission - Galway

Thomas Treacey, tenant, Wm Neary & Michael Reilly (dead), Lisheenakeltha, Liskakelta, 29a1r0p, unascertained valuation, £22.10.0 rent, £18.5.0 judicial rent

 

June 13 1884 New York Herald

Treacy - On June 11, Mrs. Anne treacy, the beloved mother of Patrick and John Treacy a native of the parish of Tynagh, County Galway Ireland, aged 71 years.

 

31 October 1885 (N) Galway Convention

...delegates...Ballyclare...T Treacy...Kilkerrin...P. Threasy...

 

March 31st 1886 - Registraton of Dogs in the petty sessions district of Gurteen, Co Galway

Michael Treacy, Clough

 

26 June 1886 (TH) Convention at Glennamaddy

...Delegates from Ballymoe, Clonberne, Dunmore, Glansk, Glennamady, Kilkerrin...P. Treacy...

 

1886 [C.4851] Irish Land Commission - Galway

Thomas Tracy, tenant, Marquis of Clanricard, landlord, Graigagowan, 22a2r15p, £10.15.0 valuation, £12.0.0 rent, £8.0.0 judical rent, 1876 £10.0.0 rent

Michael Treacy, tenant, Marquis of Clanricard, landlord, Ballynaskeeragh, 22a1r28p, £10.5.0 valuation, £11.0.0 rent, £7.15.0 judicial rent, 1876 £9.10.0 rent

John Treacy, tenant, Marquis of Clanricard, landlord, Graignakilleen, 26a0r31p, £13.5.0 valuation, £12.10.0 rent, £9.10.0 judicial rent, 1876 £10.5.0 rent

James Treacy, tenant, Marquis of Clanricard, landlord, Cahir, 36a2r39p, £20.0.0 valuation, £19.10.0 rent, £15.0.0 judicial rent, 1876 £15.10.0 rent

 

26 February 1887 (TH) Tuam Guardians

...Martin Tracy...

 

1887 Galway Gaelic Athletic Association

...Gurteen, Thomas Tressy, Denis Hession...

 

May 1887 Eviction Loughrea

...marched to Cloonnlish, a small townland on the property of Captain PJ Cowen JP Eyrecourt...first house Michl Nevin who was not there, then to Michael Tressy 200 yards distant. Nevin and Tressy had a joint take of 112 acres. Nevin had paid his rent but was liable for eviction when Tressy had not paid. As the furniture was being removed from Treasys, it was agreed that one years rent, with a 3s. reduction in the pound be paid...

 

16 July 1887 (TH) Abbey Dispensary Committee

...M Tracy...

 

November 1887 Poacher shot by Lord Clan Carty's Gamekeeper

John Tracy, 18 years of age, on his way home from a wake...Clymore...Ballinasloe Petty session for gamekeeper...

 

31 December 1887 (TH) GAA

...Gurteen, Thomas Tressy, Denis Hession...

 

18 February 1888 (TH)

...Cummer[?]...T. Tracy...Dunmore...P. Tracy...

 

25 February 1888 (TH) Tuam National League

...present...- Treacy...

 

14 April 1888 (TH) Tuam Board of Guardians

Nationalists...Martin Treacy...

 

28 July 1888 (TH)

Tuam Board of Guardians...M. Treacy...Treacey...

 

18 August 1888 (TH) Belclare Races

Stewards...T. Tracy...

 

3 November 1888 (TH) Tuam - Defense Fund Irish Party

1s...M Treacy...T Tracey...Miss Tracey...6d...P Tracey...

 

15 December 1888 (TH) Football

Bishop street [Tuam?]...full backs...J Tracy...

 

December 1888 Outrage near Ballinasloe

...Martin Tracey, near Kiltormer, about six miles from Ballinasloe...several stones shattered the windows and a pistol shot was fired...Tracey is a quiet unoffending farmer, popular with his neighbours...he supplied the police in Kiltomer barracks with turf, by the sale of which he ekes out a living for himself and family.

 

1888 Return of judicial rents

Mary Treacy of Derradda and another Galway, landlord Marquis of Clanricarde, 24a/1r/7p, poor valuation £10/10/0, old rent £11/5/0, new rent £8/10/0

Margaret Treacy of Whitegate Galway, landlord Francis C. Sampson (minor), 16a/0r/10p, poor valuation £3/10/0, old rent £4/10/0, new rent £3/2/0

Patrick Tracey of Carhoon or Skehanna Galway, landlord George A. Evans, 17a/1r/24p, poor valuation £9/0/0, old rent £14/10/4, new rent £8/0/0

 

Poor Clares in Galway

Dominic Tracey, laysister, vested 24 May 1888.

Calendar of Hibernia, no. 25, 1983

Poor Clares, Nuns Island, Galway

162-3: A report from David Fleming, O.F.M., commissary visitor, Dublin, 20 Aug. 1895; Latin; a report on his visit to the Poor Clare convent, Nuns Island, Galway; signed by all the members of the community: three lay-sisters, M. Dominic Treacy, M. Paschal Martin and M. Didacus Feely, and thirteen sisters, M. Angela Conry,M . Rose Brislane,M . Bonaventure Donnellan, M . Benedict Shanley, M. Josephine Brennan, M. Catherine MacMahon, M. Raphael O'Donnell, M. Francis Kenny, M. Agnes Kenny, M. Teresa Tierney, M. Joseph Hyland, M. Anthony Clare Kennedy, M. Colette Flinn.

Patrick Conlan. A Short-Title Calendar of "Hibernia," Vol. 5 (1894-9), and of Irish Material in "Saxonia S. Crucis," Vol. 3 (1890-1900), in the General Archives of the Friars Minor, Rome. Collectanea Hibernica, No. 27/28 (1986), pp. 196-231

 

CRIMINAL LAW (IRELAND)—BAL LINASLOE PETTY SESSIONS——TRACY.HC Deb 23 April 1888 vol 325 cc170-1 170

§ MR. HARRIS (Galway, E.) asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, If it be true that last November, while in the act of running away, a man named Tracy was fired at by Lord Clancarty's gamekeeper, Henry Mayne, and that 37 pieces of shot were extracted from the wounded man's legs, arms, and body by the medical officer of the Ballinasloe Union, Dr. Delahunt; whether it is a fact that, when Mayne was brought before the Potty Session Court, Ballinasloe, he was allowed out on bail, Tracy being unable to attend and give evidence, on account of the state of his wounds, and that, when Mayne was brought up a second time and committed to stand his trial at the next Assizes, he was again allowed out on bail until the Assizes; whether it is true that he was not tried at the follow- 171 ing Winter Assizes, which were held in Sligo; and, has he been tried since; and, if so, with what result?

§ THE CHIEF SECRETARY (Mr. A. J. BALFOUR) (Manchester, E.) I am informed that Tracy entered early on the morning on preserved lands for the purpose of killing rabbits. The gamekeeper had some rabbit traps set which he was watching, when he observed Tracy taking a rabbit out of one and running away. He called upon the man to drop the rabbit, at the same time firing at him. Twelve grains of small shot were subsequently removed from the man's arms and back. The gamekeeper was the day afterwards arrested and remanded. On the following day he was admitted to bail on the doctor's certifying that the wounds were not dangerous. He was not tried at the Winter Assizes, not being in custody; but he was tried at the Galway Spring Assizes, pleaded guilty, and paid £10 compensation, and was allowed out on his own recognizances to come up to receive sentence when called upon. That, in the opinion of the Judge, met the merits of the case.

 

October 17, 1888 (FJ) Irish National League

Athenry...1s...Thos Tressy...Ml Tressy...Thos Tressy...

 

October 1888 Ballinasloe October Fair

...Mr. William Tracy, of Ballymabella, sold 100 ewes at 40s...

 

5 January 1889 (TH) St. Stephens day Chase

...young men of Tuam...Tracey...

 

August 15, 1889 (BL) A County Galway man shot dead

Woodford Wednesday - Last night at Killimore, near Woodford, a man named Trassy was shot dead. Details are not yet to hand.

August 1889 Another attempted murder in Galway

...A man named Edward Tracey was on his way home to Swingrove, within three miles of Killimore, when shots were fired behind him, and he was severely wounded in the back and side...Tracey is son-in-law to a man named Keating and lives with him. He is only a short time in the neighbourhood.

16 Aug 1889 (BL) The Outrage near Woodford

TRACEY is not dead, but he lies in a critical cOndition. He is a farmier living near Kilmadoolisk [Killadullisk?] between Killimore and Kiltonner. and was fired at by some persons on Tuesday night dangeronsly wounded...A telegram from Ballinasloe says...A name named Edward Tracey was on his way home to Swingrove, within three mileds of Killimore...Tracey is son-in-law to a man named Keating and lives with him. He is only a short time in the neighbourhood.

 

1889 [C.5877] Irish Land Commission

Patrick Tracey, tenant, George E. Deering, lanlord, Patch, Galway, 15a0r31p, £4 valuation, £4.19.0 rent, £3.10.0 judicial rent

 

1889 Return of judicial rents

John Treacy of Ballybane Galway, landlord Walter M. Blake, 77a/2r/38p, poor valuation £25/0/0, old rent £38/15/11, new rent £24/0/0

John Treacy of Caherpucca Galway, landlord Walter M. Blake, 52a/3r/8p, poor valuation £17/6/0, old rent £25/0/0, new rent £25/0/0

Patrick Tracey of Tinard Galway, landlord George E. Deering, 15a/0r/31p, poor valuation £4/0/0, old rent £4/19/0, new rent £3/10/0

 

7 March 1890 New Zealand Tablet

Galway - Amongst the applicants for out-door relief at the Gorfc Union was Mrs. Alice Treacy, wife of Michael Treacy, who was evicted from his holding in Cahercon. Treacy is at present in prison for taking forcible possession of his old homestead. This is his second term. He spent twelve months in gaol for the same alleged offence before. Now his wife and four children are destitute.

 

1890 Return of judicial rents

Patrick Treacy of Glaun Galway, landlord Thomas & Catherine Higgins, 5a/2r/28p, poor valuation £3/0/0, old rent £3/0/0, new rent £2/10/0

 

1890 Athenry Hurlers

…Martin Treacy…

http://athenrygaa.ie/

 

21 February 1891 (N) Sir John Pope Hennessy MP

At the usual monthly meeting of the committee of the Galway Branch of the I.N.L...Rev. P. Treacy, CC, in the chair...

 

27 May 1891 RMS Teutonic Liverpool, England & Queenstown, Ireland to New York

893* ????n Tracey,          ??,    F Serv't.,         Irish,     Galway,               New York,            Aft. Stge,      1 permanent

 

Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act, 1891

28 May 1892 Purchaser: Margaret Treacy of Whitegate Galway, Vendor: Francis C. Simpson (a minor), 16a/2r/2p, value 3/10/0, rent 3/2/0, judicial, purchase £58, advance £42, deposit £318

 

1891 Return of judicial rents

Michael Treacy of Cloonrane Galway, landlord Stephen Taafe, 32a/3r/3p, poor valuation £13/15/0, old rent £14/18/7, new rent £12/0/0

Martin Treacy of Cullagh Galway, landlord Medland Taylor, 39a/0r/35p, poor valuation £31/0/0, old rent £60/0/0, new rent £43/0/0

Thomas Treacy of Claretuam and another Galway, landlord Hon. Letita V. Fitzgerald and others, 60a/2r/12p, poor valuation £25/7/0, old rent £31/15/0, new rent £26/10/0

 

23 March 1892 Freeman's Journal

...Patrick Tracy at Dunmore in Septenber last by reason of which Kane lost his eve. Mr Stritech defended (instructed...

 

29 April 1892 New Zealand Tablet

Galway:— The following purchases have been made in Galway:- On the estate of E.D. Atkinson and other trustees for Edward Atkinson, at Ballynamuddagh, Michael Connaughton, purchased his holding at Lll7, Katherine Fahy at L138, John Lougbnane at L288, Martin Manning at L144, Martin Murray at L136, Stephen Loughnane at L3OO, Patrick Dolan at L200, Edward Treacy at L169, Patrick Shiel at L50, and John Beilly at L79.

 

1892 Thomas Treacy, tenant, Hon Ketia V Fitzgerald, landlord, Claretuam and another, Galway, 60a2r12p, £25.7.0 valuation, £31.15.0 rent, £26.10.0 judicial rent

 

1892 Lickerrig School Enrollments

Bridget Treacy, Rathready.

Stanley, Cathal ed. (2000) Castles & demesnes: gleanings from Kilconieran and Clostoken. Galway.

 

1892-1924 Ellis Island Arrivals

The records have been corrected for typographical errors according to best estimates for placenames. In addition, an attempt has been made to correctly identify place names for Ireland. As such, the originals should be checked for accuracy.

 

Annie Tracy, Ballymoe Galway Ireland, 1919, 47 years, single, childrens nurse, 5'7", fresh complexion, grey hair, grey eyes, John Noonan, Carrenderry, Ballymoe. Brother Bernard Tracy, 1046 Fox Street, New York. b. Carrenderry Ireland [see Annie Tracy 47, Lissie Tracy 34] [writen Sisters]

Lissie [Lizzie] Tracy, Ballymoe Galway Ireland, 1919, 34 years, single, 5'5", fresh complexion, dark hair, grey eyes, John Noonan, Carrenderry, Ballymoe. Brother Bernard Tracy, 1046 Fox Street, New York. b. Carrenderry Ireland [see Annie Tracy 47, Lissie Tracy 34] [writen Sisters]

 

Bernard J. Tracy, Galway Ireland, 1908, 28 years, 5'11" fair compexion, brown hair, brown eyes. Student, Mother: Anna Tracy, Carrenderry, Ballymoe, Co. Galway. To: sister Nellie Clayton, No 1046 Fox St New York. b. Wms Town [Williamstown] Ireland [crossed out]

Bernard Tracey, Ballynore Ireland, 1908, 28 years, Student [priest?], Casierdime? Ballymoe Co. Galway, Sister Mrs? Cassidy

 

Edward Tracey, Ballinasloe (Galway Ireland?), 1903, 46 years, Labourer, to Cousin Mr. Pat Walsh, Trail Creek B.C., lived Boston 1898

Marget Tracey, Ballinasloe (Galway Ireland?), 1903, 36 years

James Tracey, Ballinasloe Galway Ireland, 1903, 11 years

Michael Tracey, Ballinasloe (Galway Ireland?), 1903, 9 years

Mary Tracey, Ballinasloe (Galway Ireland?), 1903, 7 years

 

Margaret Tracey, Tuam (Galway Ireland?), 1904, 30 years, US Citizen Disch on Pier, from Tuam to Binghampton, own home: 70 Mill street, Binghampton

James Tracey, Tuam (Galway Ireland?), 1904, 10 years

William Tracey, Tuam (Galway Ireland?), 1904, 8 years

Gerald Tracey, Tuam (Galway Ireland?), 1904, 6 years

Gerald M. Tracy (s. of Thomas Tracy & Margaret Steed, buyer and housewife of Binghamton NY, both born Ireland) 29 years, b. and lives in Binghamton NY, Policeman m. Anna L. Sullivan (d. of Daniel J. Sullivan, dead foreman b. Susquehanna & Catherine Gallery of Susquehanna PA, housewife, b. Ireland ), 28 years, Clerk, b. and resides Susquehanna PA on the 17 Aug 1927  by William J Tracy, Minister of the Gospel, residence: Syracuse N.Y.

 

P. [or R.] Tracey (Mrs), Galway Ireland?, 1904, 28 years, from Galway, to New York, US citizen disch on pier, Home: 28 Washington Street, Waterboy, Con

Monica Tracey, Galway Ireland?, 1904, 4 years, from Galway, to New York, US citizen, American born

Thomas Tracey, Galway Ireland?, 1904, 2 years, from Galway, to New York, US citizen, American born

Francis Tracey, Galway Ireland?, 1904, 1 years [8 months], from Galway, to New York, US citizen, American born

 

Sarah Treacy, 1900, 21, servant, Galway, to Boston Mass, paid by sister, sister 146 Bracou? [Not listed in index]

Norah Treacy, 1900, 17, servant, Ballyhaunis [Mayo?], to Newton Mass, paid by sister,  sister Kate Tracey Newton Mass [Not listed in index]

Edward Treacy, 1900, 22, lab, Ballyhaunis [Mayo/], to Newton Mass, paid by self, sister Kate Tracey Newton Mass [Not listed in index]

Patrick Crowley, 1900, 21, carpenter, Clonakilty [Cork], paid by sister, sister Kate Crowley, 1 Wall St Drekacton Ma

John Tracey, near Athenry (Galway Ireland), 1900, 19 years, lab, to Boston Mass, paid by sister, sister Mary Ann Tracy Vermont? Av B’ton

 

??? Tracy, Galway Ireland, 1904, 28 years, Mrs P?, American, Galway to Waterbury? Conn?, husband Patk Tracy, 28 Washington St, Waterburg? Conn? [crossed out]

 

Agnes Treacy, Galway Ireland, 1901, 20 years

Annie Tracey, Ballinasloe Galway Ireland, 1905, 27 years

Annie Tracey, Cleggan Galway? Ireland, 1909, 20 years

Bdgt Tressy, Loughrea (Galway Ireland), 1901, 17 years

Brgt Treacy, Dunmore (Galway Ireland?), 1904, 19 years

Bridget Tracey, Athenry Galway Ireland, 1923, 23 years

Bridget Treacy, Gort Galway? Ireland, 1897, 17 years

Brigid Treacy, Glenamaddy Galway Ireland, 1923, 27 years

Cath Treacy, Portumna Galway Ireland, 1902, 18 years

Catherine Tracey, Glenamaddy Galway Ireland, 1911, 22 years

Catherine Treacey, Ballineable (Ballinasloe Galway Ireland?), 1900, 18 years

Catherine Treacy, Glenamadely (Glenamaddy Galway?) Ireland, 1911, 22 years

Delia Tracey, Athenry Galway Ireland, 1905, 26 years

Delia Tracey, Cortoonroe Tuam Galway Ireland, 1905, 18 years

Delia Tracy, Dunmore (Galway Ireland?), 1898, 30 years

Delia Tracy, Tuam Galway Ireland, 1906, 18 years

Delia Tracy, Tuam Galway Ireland, 1906, 19 years

Delia Tracy, Tuam Galway or Curafirven (Corrofin?) Clare Ireland, 1905, 18 years

Delia Treacy, Tuam Galway Ireland, 1912, 25 years

Delia Tressy, Loughrea (Galway Ireland), 1898, 18 years

Denis Tracy, Dunmort (Dunmore Galway?) Ireland, 1910, 18 years

Edward Tracy, Ballinasloe Galway Ireland, 1915, 27 years

Edward Treacy, Ballinasloe Galway Ireland, 1915, 27 years

Edward Treacy, Portumna Galway Ireland, 1911, 24 years

Ellen Tracey, Cleggan Galway? Ireland, 1910, 20 years

Ellen Treacy, Tuam Galway? Ireland, 1908, 35 years

Ellie Treacy, Whitegate Galway? Ireland, 1910, 11 years

Helen Tracy, Glenamaddy Galway? Ireland, 1920, 28 years

James Tracey, Portumna Galway Ireland, 1920, 40 years

James Tracy, Portumna Galway Ireland, 1920, 40 years

James Treacy, Whitegate (Galway Ireland?), 1905, 30 years

James Tressy, Galway (Ireland?), 1899, 19 years

James Tressy, Lanf??? (Galway Ireland?), 1899, 19 years

James Tressy, Loughrea (Galway Ireland), 1901, 24 years

John Tracey, Ballinasloe (Galway Ireland?), 1898, 21 years

John Tracey, Ballyglunin (Tuam Galway?) Ireland, 1910, 30 years, Brother Patrick Tracey, 37 North Main St, Butte Mont, 5'8", fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, b. Linniske, mother: Mrs tracey, Linniske, Ballyglunin, Co. Galway. to Butte Mont.

John Treacy, Donemana (Conemara Galway?) Ireland, 1910, 26 years

John Treacy, Glenamaddy Galway? Ireland, 1922, 28 years

John Treacy, Tuam (Galway Ireland?), 1905, 23 years

Joseph Treacy, Athenry Galway? Ireland, 1924, 21 years

Joseph Treacy, Portumna Galway? Ireland, 1910, 20 years

Julia Treacy, Athenry (Galway Ireland?), 1902, 21 years

Kate Tracey, Kinvarra (Galway Ireland?), 1898, 22 years

Kate Treacy, Woodford Galway? Ireland, 1907, 23 years

Katherine Tracey, Ballinasloe Galway? Ireland, 1913, 17 years

Katherine Tracy, Dunmore Galway? Ireland, 1907, 28 years

Katherine Tressy, Lanf??? (Galway Ireland?), 1899, 17 years

Kathleen Treacy, Portumna Galway? Ireland, 1908, 23 years

Katie Treacy, Dunmore (Galway Ireland?), 1901, 19 years

Katie Treacy, Gort (Galway or Roscommon?) Ireland, 1909, 24 years

Katie Treacy, Gort (Galway or Roscommon?) Ireland, 1909, 24 years

Katie Treacy, Portumna (Galway Ireland?), 1901, 16 years

Katie Treacy, Tuam (Galway Ireland?), 1900, 14 years

Katie Treacy, Tuam (Galway Ireland?), Ireland, 1908, 22 years

Katie Tressy, Galway (Ireland?), 1899, 17 years

Laurence Treacy, Ballinastor (Ballinasloe Galway?) Ireland, 1914, 22 years

Margaret Tracey, Kinvara Galway? Ireland, 1909, 24 years

Margaret Treacy, Athenry (Galway Ireland?), 1900, 21 years

Margaret Treacy, Whitegate Galway? Ireland, 1911, 17 years

Margt Tracey, Galway Ireland?, 1900, 24 years

Margt Treacy, Athenry (Galway Ireland?), 1900, 21 years

Martin Tracey, Abbey Galway Ireland, 1905, 23 years

Martin Treacy, Galway Ireland?, 1898, 25 years

Mary Ann Tracy, Ballinasloe Galway? Ireland, 1916, 65 years

Mary Tracey, Dunmore (Galway Ireland?), 1899, 22 years

Mary Tracy, Athenry (Galway Ireland?), 1905, 18 years

Mary Tracy, Dunmore (Galway Ireland?), 1902, 22 years

Mary Tracy, Portumna (Galway Ireland?), 1904, 22 years

Mary Treacy, Cong (Galway Ireland?), 1901, 13 years

Mary Treacy, Dunmore Galway Ireland?, 1906, 25 years

Mary Treacy, Galway Ireland, 1904, 18 years

Mary Treacy, Galway Ireland, 1906, 35 years

Mary Treacy, Granard Galway? Ireland, 1910, 23 years

Mary Treacy, Portumna (Galway Ireland?), 1898, 18 years

Mary Treacy, Portumna (Galway Ireland?), 1899, 36 years

Mary Treacy, Portumna (Galway Ireland?), 1904, 22 years

Mary Treacy, Portumna (Galway Ireland?), Ireland, 1911, 40 years

Mary Treacy, Tuam (Galway Ireland?), 1900, 17 years

Mary Treacy, Tuam Galway? Ireland, 1909, 28 years

Michael Tracey, Athenry Galway Ireland, 1921, 23 years

Michael Treacey, Portumna (Galway Ireland?), 1894, 26 years

Michael Treacy, Ballmasloe Galway? Ireland, 1916, 49 years

Michael Treacy, Portumna (Galway Ireland?), 1904, 19 years

Michl Tressy, Loughrea (Galway Ireland), 1901, 12 years

Minnie Treacy, Portumna (Galway Ireland?), 1902, 26 years

Nora Treacy, Tuam (Galway Ireland?), 1902, 19 years

Nora Tressy, Galway (Ireland?), 1899, 23 years

Nora Tressy, Lanf??? (Galway Ireland?), 1899, 23 years

Nora Tressy, Loughrea (Galway Ireland), 1901, 15 years

Pat k. Tracey, Ballinasloe (Galway Ireland?), 1898, 25 years

Patk Treacy, Tuam (Galway Ireland?), 1900, 28 years

Patrich C. Tracy, Galway Ireland?, 1904, 21 years

Patrick Cyril Tracy, Carrenderry Galway Ireland, 1907, 24 years

Patrick Tracy, Portamora (Portumna Galway Ireland?), 1903, 19 years

Patrick Treacy, Ballenastoe (Ballinasloe Galway?), Ireland, 1913, 36 years

Patrick Treacy, Gort (Galway or Roscommon?), Ireland, 1909, 21 years

Patrick Tracey, Williamstown (Galway?) Ireland, 1905, 24 years, student, to St Bernards Seminary Rochester NYv [crossed out]

Peter Treacy, Aughrim (Galway Ireland?), 1900, 20 years

Peter Treacy, Ballinasloe (Galway Ireland?), 1903, 23 years

Sarah Tracey, Galway Ireland, 1900, 21 years, to sister 146 Bracou, Boston Mass [travelled with Eduard & Norah Tracey of Ballyhaunis]

Sarah Tracey, Portumna Galway? Ireland, 1907, 17 years

Sarah Tracy, Athenry (Galway Ireland?), 1900, 21 years

Sarah Treacy, Abbey (Galway or Tipperary Ireland?), 1902, 22 years

Sarah Treacy, Portumna (Galway Ireland?), 1904, 17 years

Thomas Tracey, Athenry Galway? Ireland, 1907, 18 years

Thomas Tracey, Killene (Killeen Galway or Wexford?) Ireland, 1892, 22 years

Thomas Tracey, Portumna Galway? Ireland, 1911, 20 years

Thomas Tracey, Tuam Galway? Ireland, 1907, 23 years

Thomas Tracy, Aughaery (Athenry Galway Ireland?), 1905, 23 years

Thomas Tracy, Onagh (Galway or Wicklow Ireland?), 1901, 29 years

Thomas Tracy, Tuam Galway? Ireland, 1907, 23 years

Thomas Treacy, Kiltullagh Galway? Ireland, 1922, 21 years

Thomas Treacy, Portumna Galway? Ireland, 1911, 20 years

Thomas Treacy, Portumna Galway? Ireland, 1914, 21 years

William Treacy, Athenry Galway Ireland, 1906, 18 years

William Treacy, Kilconnell Galway? Ireland, 1908, 24 years

 

 

27th May 1893, Notes From Ireland, No.21 Vol.1

Letters to the Cork Evicted Tenant's Accociation...The Irish Daily Independent of the 22 May 1893, prints the following letters...

Michael Treacy, Kinvarra, County Galway, wrote —

"Sir — A report appeared in the Indepetident of the 29th April from the Cork Evicted Tenants’ Association, inquiring if there was any evicted tenants who did not get grants for the last twelve months. I wish to inform you that I was evicted in 1887. Immediately after the eviction I took forcible possession in presence of the sheriff and the evicting party. The property being in Chancery, I was arrested on an attachment order and sent to Galway Jail for twelve months, my wife and children keeping possession during my confinement. After my release 1 joined my wife and children, who were laid up with typhoid fever. I was rearrested and sent back to jail for another twelve months. My wife was also arrested. After my liberation the Kinvarra Branch of the National League made an application to the Central Branch in Dublin, and I received two grants in succession. Some time afterwards the Kinvarra Branch broke up, and since 1889 I was left to provide for a helpless family, and never since then got a penny from any quarter. At the late general election I was asked to vote for the M'Carthyite. I refused to do so, and voted for the Pamellite. Some time after I got forms down from the Evicted Tenants' Commission. I took them to the parish priest, and he told me to take them to the Parnelhtes, that he would not do anything for me for being one. I am now in a helpless condition, and am appealing to your association to do something for me. If not I will be left at the mercy of the waves. Some of the M'Carthyite evicted tenants got grants, but none for the Parnellites."

 

22 September 1893 New Zealand Tablet

The following transactions in Galway County have just been completed under the Land Purchase Act...at Ballaghmurry [Ballaghymurry], Patrick Treacy at L1 050...at Killmy [Killinny?] East, Matthias Tracey at L125...

 

1893-94 [C.6935] [C.6935-I] Report of the Evicted Tenants Commission.

Estate of the Marquess of Clanricarde, Co. Galway

Nicholas Tracy, 28a3r2p, rent before eviction £16.10.0, amount for ejectment was sought £32.0.0, costs £2.19.7, 16 August 1889, Old tenant re-instated, re-admitted at old rent and had to pay two years rent and costs. [Cappasallagh Portumna Galway?]

 

31 Jul 1893 (BL) Land Commisson - Tuam

Robert Blake Landlord

Martin Tracey £77.4.10 old rent, £40.0.0 valuation, 43.0.0 judicial rent

 

1894 Return of judicial rents

Stephen Treacy of Glanafooha Galway, landlord William Stannus, 19a/3r/11p, poor valuation £7/10/0, old rent £16/18/0, new rent £9/10/0

Martin Treacy of Cullagh South Galway, landlord Robert Blake, 27a/2r/39p, poor valuation £9/0/0, old rent £17/4/10, new rent £12/10/0

 

21 April 1894 (TH) Associated Cesspayers

...cesspayers...to be associated with the Magistrates...Kilconnel Barony 7. William Tracy, Ballymakills, Cappatagle

 

20 January 1894 (TH) Tuam Board of Guardians

...M Treacy...Doctor's House at Abbey...the guardians could purchase Treacy's house at Abbey, or procure from Mr. Blake a site adjioning to it...Mr. Treacy said that he preferred to say nothing, as he might say too much. He had given too much money for his house to give it up...

14 March 1896 (TH) The Abbey Doctor's House

...Ballyglunin Park, Athenry...I will let you have two acres of land near Tracy's for the nominal sum of £25...Robert Blake

 

10 March 1894 (TH) Shepherds Association

...Tuam...The treasurers elected were Michael Treacy, John Fahy and Marty[?] Fahy...

 

18 August 1894 (TH) Abbeyknockmoy Fair

...committee...Martin Treacy, PLG...

 

15 September 1894 (TH) Death

Mr James Loftus, Grange, parish of Kiltulla...Rev. F. Tracy...

 

January 7, 1895 (FJ) Great Nationalist Meeting in Galway

...Mulla...P. Tressy...

 

21 September 1895 (TH) Tuam Petty Sessions

??? prosecuted Patrick Treacy, both of Tuam, and both shoemakers, for assult...

 

September 25, 1895 (FJ) The Parlimentary Fund

...Newcastle, Galway...1s...Thomas Tressy...

 

1899 [C.9107] Royal Commission of inquiry into the procedure and practice and the methods of valuation followed by the Land Commission

L. Treacy's Farm, Aughrim, July 20 1895, rent £25, auction £100

 

7 March 1896 (TH) GAA

...Belclare parish...Hon. Sec. J. Treacy...

 

25 April 1896 (TH) Abbey Dispensary Committee

...in the chair Mr Martin Treacy...

2 May 1896 (TH) Guardians

...M. Treacy...Abbey Dispensary Committee...Martin Treacy...

 

25 July 1896 (TH) Ballindine athletic and Cycling Sports

...Hon Sec - Michael Treacy, Ballindine...

 

1896 Return of advances of Purchase of Land Act

31/3/1896 Patrick Treacy of Ballyglass Galway, landlord Ella Rose Nugent and another, 10a/0r/18p, poor valuation £3/15/0, rent £3/15/0, Judical, purchase £55, advance £55, cash £19

31/3/1896 Laurence Treacy of Ballyglass Galway, landlord Ella Rose Nugent and another, 13a/1r/2p, poor valuation £4/15/0, rent £4/15/0, Judical, purchase £72, advance £72, cash £24

 

1  May 1897 (TH) List of Prizes, Tuam

5th A silver watch, Delia Tracey, America. 2852

12th A cut glass claret jug (silver plated), Delia Tracey, Abbey, 4699

 

12 June 1897 (TH)

Apprentices or Improvers wanted to the Dressmaking business. A thorough knowledge of the business will be imparted. Apply to Miss Treacy, "Herald" House, Tuam.

 

20 July 1897 Freeman's Journal

Extraordinary Incident Near Portumna... Michael Treacy, the uncle of the man in the water. With this he was lowered into the dook, wbere he searched for and secbred his nephew after much difficulty. A ...

 

25 December 1897 (TH) The Evicted Tenants Fund

Newcastle, Athenry subscription list...1s...J. Treacy...M. Treacy...

 

1897 Return of judicial rents

John Treacy of Keelogues Galway, landlord Marquis of Clanricard, 25a/3r/26p, poor valuation £15/15/0, old rent £14/0/0, new rent £9/10/0

 

LAND COMMISSION.Mr John Roche Commons — April 12, 1897

MR.JOHN ROCHE (Galway, E.) I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, whether he will make inquiry into the case of a tenant farmer named Thomas Tracey, of Newcastle, near Athenry, county Galway, whose application (Record No. 15,580) to fix fair rent on the estate of Captain Hall was heard on 4th January last; whether any, and, if so, what, objection was taken at the hearing to the area of the farm as mentioned in the originating notice; whether he is aware that, notwithstanding, the land agent, on inspection of the holding by the Sub-Commissioners, then raised an objection as to the area for which the tenant had been paying rent, and thereupon the Sub-Commissioners adjourned the case 928 for evidence as to area; and whether it is the practice to put the tenant to the inconvenience and expense of again attending in Court, where the landlord objecting to the area, failed at the hearing to give evidence as to his alleged area?

§ MR. GERALD BALFOUR No objection was made at the hearing, but it appears that, on the inspection of the farm by the Assistant Commissioners, the representative of the landlord and the tenants disagreed as to the boundaries of the holding, and the case, following the usual procedure, was adjourned in order to enable the parties to come to a mutual agreement. If the parties agree without further delay, no further hearing will be necessary.

 

John Treacy, DMP 11938, born 1897, Portumna Co. Galway; Garda

The Dublin Metropolitan Police: A Short History and Genealogical Guide by Jim Herlihy. Four Courts, 2001

 

1899 Methods of valuation under the Land Acts and the Land Purchase Acts

July 20, 1895, L. Treacy's Farm Aughrim Galway, rent £25, Auction £100

 

8 October 1898 Freeman's Journal

...Mr. Wm Tracy, of Cappatagal, sold 30 bullocks at £9 each, and F 30 do at£8 lSs to Mr. Burns, of Tycooley.

 

1898 Return of judicial rents

Thomas Treacy of Shoodaun Galway, landlord Captain H.T. Hall, 12a/2r/0p, poor valuation £5/5/0, old rent £5/9/0, new rent £5/3/0

John Treacy of Keeloge Portumna Galway, landlord Marquis of Clanricarde, 27a/3r/5p, poor valuation £15/15/0, old rent £14/0/0, new rent 1 £9/10/0, new rent 2 £10/15/0

 

January 13, 1899 (FJ) Provincial Elections

Miltown Co. Galway...Thomas Trassy...

 

July 5 1899, Patrick Treacy, tenant, WLCNDKF Kenny, landlord, Tobermaclog, Glenamaddy, Galway, 18a2r23p, £9 valuation, £13.8.0 rent, £9.17.0 & £8.7.6 judicial rent, by consent

 

September 1899 Ckicket

...Headford [Galway?]...J. Tracy...Kilconnell [Galway?]...J. Tracy...W. Tracey...

 

1899 Return of judicial rents

Thomas Treacy of Carrick West Oughterard Galway, landlord Rev. Ralph Sadlier D.D., 59a/2r/20p, poor valuation £5/10/0, old rent £8/0/0, new rent 1 £6/16/0, new rent 2 £5/17/9

 

 

 

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