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

 

 

 

FAMILY HISTORIES

 

 

Army Birth Registration

Francis Tracy, Gort, 1829, R.D. Gds, Vol 1 page 36

John Treacy, Galway, 1833, 30th, Vol 1133 page 44

 

 

(I) Andrew Tracy resided in Galway, Ireland. (II) Michael, son of Andrew Tracy, was probably a native of Galway.

Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire...by Lewis publishing company, Chicago - New Hampshire - 1908 Page 1289

 

1. Andrew Tracy, (b. circa 1790 Galway d. 1874 Island Pond Vermont) & Catherine Dillon or Delaney [see Dr. Andrew Tracy]

               1.1 Michael Tracy (b. circa 1816 Galway d. 1910 Island Pond Vermont) m. Julia Hannon cicra 1840 Irland

            1.1.1 Delia Tracy (b. circa 1840 Ireland d. 1897 Island Pond Vermont)

            1.1.2 Andrew Tracy b. circa 1846 Galway d. 1917 Meriden Connecticut

               1.2 Peter Tracy b. circa 1819 Galway d. 1890 Island Pond Vermont

 

Ann Treacy (d. of James Treacy) m. Frederick Middleton (s. of Henry Middleton) 12 Oct 1849 ??? Galway

 

Arthur Tracey (b.1820 d. April 1860 Detroit MI) married Mary Mullany in 1842 in Stradbally Church in Waterford. Before Arthur moved to Waterford County he lived in Galway County. Came to Detroit in 1856-57.

Children:

John who married a Mary Alliston.

George died 21yrs old in 1868 in Detroit

Margaret

Mary.

deehi5@juno.com                                                                                                                        

The emigrant ancestor of this family was Arthur Tracy (b. 1818) who left Ireland abt 1850 with his wife and two sons. He lived in Michigan in 1851 where his daughters, Margaret and Mary (b. 1857) were born. He died in May 1860 in Detroit, Michigan. This line is through his son, John (1849-1920) born in Ireland and died in Detroit, Michigan. He married Mary Elizabeth Alliston (1857-1904) born in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Charlotte Tracy Gondron (b. 1913).

Gondron, Charlotte Tracy (1989) Tracy. Palo Alto, California.

Families: Tracy, De Lorme, Alliston, Burton

32 pages – FHL 929.273 A1 no.5558 (LDS)

 

Bartholomew Tracey & Sarah Crowley

William b. 1 June 1867 (LDS)

 

Bridget Tracy & Michael Cassidy.
Michael J. Cassidy, 28, of Lex., b. in County Gallway, Ireland, s. of Michael & Bridget (Tracy), m. Delia V. White, 18, d. of Michael & Ellen (Welch), of Lex., June 21, 1894.

Mass. [from old catalog] Lexington. Record of births, marriages, and deaths to January 1, 1898 .. (Volume 2).

 

Daniel Treacy & Honor Slattery

Michael b. 29 May 1868 (LDS)

 

Daniel Treacy & Ellenor Treacy

Mary b. 23 March 1874 (LDS)

 

Edward Trassy/Treacy & Ellen Gilmore

Margaret Trassy b. 4th December 1872 Galway (LDS)

Thomas b. 24 July 1875 (LDS)

 

Edward Tracy & Mary Hagan

FEMALE b. 15 June 1879 Cappa (LDS)

 

Fardy Tracy & Mary McLoughlin

James b. 10 December 1869 (LDS)

 

Fergus Tracey & Bridget Horigan

Anne b. 10 April 1875 (LDS)

 

Francis Tracey & Ann Morris

Tom b. 1846

Hi I am looking for Francis Tracey b.1819/21 in Galway. He married Ann Morris b. 1819/21. They had a son Tom Tracey b.1846 also in Galway. At some point after that they moved to Huddersfield Yorkshire. From there on I have a full account of their lives and deaths. I have no idea which part of Galway they come from or even how to go about tracing them. Thank you Shirley Robinson
Shirley Robinson - Jan 26, 2006

 

James Tracey & Alice Gorman

James b. 26 January 1872 (LDS)

 

James Tracy & Catherine Loughey

James b. 16 September 1869 (LDS)

 

James Treacy (s. of James Treacy) m. Anne Parker (d. of James parker) 03 Jul 1848 Galway

 

James Tracy (b. abt Jan 1809 Galway Ireland d. aft 1881) & Helen ??? (LDS)

Mary Ann Tracey (b. 12 Feb 1845 Trinidad, British West Indies d.  abt 1918  Ft. Banks,Winthrop,Mass) m. James J. Broadhurst 12th Jan 1864 Halifax, Nova Scotia

James Tracey was a British soldier 23rd Regiment of Foot, Welsh Fusiliers, born 1809 Galway IRE, discharged Aug 1847 in Nova Scotia, two known children, Mary Ann Tracey (b.1845, Trinidad), my gr-grandmother, married James Broadhurst in Halifax, and second daughter Elizabeth J. Tracey b1846 in one of the Caribbean islands according to British military records. James Tracey’s wife was named Helen, surname unknown, also born Ireland, who was allowed to travel with him from base to base. I am seeking information about Elizabeth J Tracey, who is believed to have married in Halifax, N.S. In 1881 and 1891 McAlpine’s Director James is shown living at 124 Maitland Street, Halifax. If anyone has access to the 1881 or 1891 census (is there an earlier census?), I would appreciate a lookup to determine who is listed in his household. Please contact me at agbroadhurst@hotmail.com

James Tracey, born abt 1808 Galway, Galway, No. 388 Color Sergeant 23rd Regiment of Royal Welch Fusiliers, joined age 17 on the 14 Sep 1825, joined Gibralton

 

James John Treacy, 41 years, b. Galway Ireland Arrival Date: 13 Feb 1942 Malone, New York from Canada

 

James Patrick Treacy of Galway & Oakland Maryland

1920 Censu - West Oakland, Garrett, Maryland,

Head James P Tracy M 40 Maryland

Wife Estelle M Tracy F 35 Maryland

Son James H Tracy M 4 Maryland

Son John Tracy M 2 Maryland

Son Maurice Tracy M 0 Maryland

1930 Census - Oakland, Garrett, Maryland,

Head James P Treacy M 53 Ireland, Immigration 1883

Wife Estelle M Treacy F 46 Maryland

Son James J Treacy M 14 Maryland

Son John J Treacy M 13 Maryland

Son Maurice F Treacy M 11 Maryland

Daughter Estelle Treacy F 9 Maryland

Daughter Mary C Treacy F 7 Maryland

Son Leo E Treacy M 5 Maryland

Son William O Treacy M 3 Maryland

1940 Census - Oakland, Election District 14, Garrett, Maryland

Head James Traesy M 64 Eire

Wife Estelle Traesy F 56 Maryland

Son James Traesy M 24 Maryland

Daughter Estelle Traesy F 19 Maryland

Son Jack Traesy M 23 Maryland

Son Morris Traesy M 21 Maryland

Son Leo Traesy M 14 Maryland

Daughter Mamie Traesy F 12 Maryland

Son William Traesy M 13 Maryland

http://treacytree.org/

 

John Tracey & Nannie Atkins

Mary Kate b. 6 June 1867 (LDS)

 

John Treasy/Treacy & Anne Commons

Mary b. 12 July 1871 (LDS)

Pat b. 16 September 1873 (LDS)

Thomas b. 16 May 1876 Gurteeney (LDS)

Elizabeth b. 6 February 1878 (LDS)

 

John Tracey
I am looking for relatives of my great grandfather, John Tracey born Mayo or Galway about 1853. His fathers name was Lawrence Tracey or Treacy and he was a mason. John Tracey was a miner who moved to England and then America. Married Sarah Duffy in 1877 in Durham, England where he was a coal miner at the Shotton Colliery. His father was Lawrence Tracey (a mason), deceased at the time of the marriage in 1877.
They are both listed as natives of Ireland in the 1881 census. Sarah's father was Daniel Duffy and Mother was Rose Ann Roddey both natives of Ireland. John Tracey's father was Lawrence Tracey deceased in 1877. They were coal miners and masons by trade. Emigrated in 1882. Any information would be great. He perhaps had a relative named Thomas Francis Treacy (1881 British Census for Mayo?) born about 1849. Any help from Tracey's in the area would be appreciated.

Sean P. Tracey stracey@traceylawfirm.com December 2011

 

John Tressy & Ellen Farraher

Bridget b. 20 July 1868 Abbey District (LDS)

 

Mary Treacy b. Galway (d. of John Treacy & Catherine Kane) m. Patrick Mansfield (s. of Michael Mansfield & Catherine Ring) on 4 July 1918 Manhattan, New York, New York.

 

John Tracy and Margaret Leonard

Looking for information on my great-great grandparents, John and Margaret Leonard Tracy. Their family information is as follows:
Husband: John Tracy, born @1830 in Galway Bay, Galway, Ireland. Died January, 1892, in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
Married Margaret Leonard in 1876. Born in 1849. Died 17 Mar, 1931.
Children: (all born in in Milton, Wood County, Ohio)
1. John: b. 2 Jan 1877; d. 29 Aug 1942 in Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana; married Rhoda Blanche Standiford around 1900 in Findlay, Hancock County, Ohio. (My ggrandparents)
2. Charles Richard: b. 1878; d. 1942. Married Marie Flanagan.
3. Peter Tracy: b. 1880; d. 1925. Married Buelah.
4. James Tracy: b. 1882; died 1952 in Muncie. Married Katherine "Katie" Wood.
5. William Tracy: b. 1886; d. 1966. Married Mary Mayme Carroll
6. Stephen Tracy: b. 1888; d. 1896
7. Patrick Tracy: b. 7 Jul, 1890; d. 1961. Married Margaret.
Now the story goes like this. John was the seventh son of a John Tracy. His family came to America during the potato famine. Being the youngest, they thought John too young to come and planned to leave him in Ireland with family and send for him later. John snuck aboard ship and came with his family anyway. John named his seven sons after himself and his seven brothers.
Anyone have any more info on our lineage?

Darlene White May 20, 2000 & June 19, 2005

 

John Trassy & Mary Solan

Timothy Trassy b. 21st May 1873, Galway (LDS)

 

Laurence Treacy & Anne Raftery

John b. 5 July 1874 (LDS)

Patrick b. 5 September 1876 Ballinaclough (LDS)

 

Margaret Tracy & Francis Cusack

Am researching the origins of my grandfather, Denis J. Cusack, born 1852, migrated to NYC 10/1867. Father Francis Cusack, mother Margaret Tracy. Have record of christening from E. Galway Heritage center, Woodfords showing two sisters and one brother but no record of Denis of his father mother as being born there. Records indicate Ballygar residence. Have also tried Roscommon - no luck! Am wondering if there might be any remaining Cusacks in Ballygar who might be relatives of same family and who did not migrate. Any suggestions as to how one might access a directory for Ballygar? Further research through either E. Galway or Roscommon does not seem feasible. Denis migrated to NYC on "Erin" 10/1867. Thank you very much! Contact: Charles Cusack

 

Maria Tracey b. abt 1852 m. Kieran Byrnes abt 1873 (LDS)

 

Mark Tressy & Mary Burke

James b. 1 August 1870 (LDS)

 

Martin Tressy & Mary Burke

Mary b. 5 October 1865 Abbey District (LDS)

John b. 4 May 1868 (LDS)

 

Martin Tracy & Anne Malley

Agnes b. 4 June 1880 (LDS)

 

Martin Tracy & Anne Malloy

Bridget b. 15 July 1869 (LDS)

 

Martin Treacy & Eliza Whelan

Michael b. 6 May 1872 (LDS)

 

Martinus Tracey (s. of Michaelis & Annae Tracey of Co. Galway) of Co. Galway m. Julia maria Dunphy (d. of Jacobi & Annae Dunphy of 12 Upr Dorset St) of 12 Upr Dorset St on 5 April 1866 Wit: Jacobus Joseph Dunphy of 12 Upr Dorset St & Jacobus Joseph Dunphy & Maria Teresa Dunphy of Clontarf

 

Mary Tracey b. 1850 m. John Boland 1871 (LDS)

 

Mary Ann Tracey (b. 1857 Galway, Ireland d. Jan 1904 Nottingham) m. John Flear abt 1893 Ireland?

She was a cotton winder in Ireland and had several brothers and sisters in County Sligo.

http://www.tribalpages.com/family-tree/glemham6/131/993/Mary-Tracey-Family

 

Mary Threacy (b. 1852) m. Thomas Hagney about 1873 (LDS)

 

Michael Tracey (b. 1860 Co. Galway) & Mary ??? [1901 Census: Upper Tyrone Street, North Dock, Dublin]

Catherine Tracey b. 1888 NY

Mary Tracey b. 1893 NY

Mark Tracey b. 1896 Dublin

John Joseph Tracey b. 1899 Dublin

Ita Tracey b. 1902 Dublin

Frances Tracey b. 1905 Dublin

George Kelly at 2010-09-04

 

Mich(a)el Tracey/Treasy & Julia Blade

Thomas b. 30 November 1874 Newtown (LDS)

Michel b. 8 June 1879 Newtown (LDS)

 

Michael Tressy/Treacy & Anne Ruane

Anne b. 25 September 1867 (LDS)

Patt b. 2 October 1869 (LDS)

 

Michael Tress(e)y & Honor Ruane

Bernard b. 20 August 1865 Abbey District (LDS)

Mary b. 18 September 1875 (LDS)

 

Michael Tracy & Biddy Silk

Catherine b. 7 November 1875 (LDS)

 

Michael Tracy & May Strawton

Martin Tracy b. 29th April 1868, Galway (LDS)

 

Michael Trassy/Treacy & Bridget Turner

John b. 11 September 1867 (LDS)

Mary b. 5 August 1869 (LDS)

James b. 29th January 1872 (LDS)

Bridget b. 29 April 1873 (LDS)

Michael b. 20 April 1875 (LDS)

 

20 August 1901 San Francisco Call

Tracy - In this city, August 19 1901, Mary beloved wife of Michael Tracy, and mother of Mary, James, Katie, Martin, John Edward, Richard and Lawrence Tracy, a native of County Galway, Ireland, aged 45 years.

 

1896 New England Naturalization Petitions

Michael C Treacy, b. 15 October 1867 Galway Ireland, 6 Grove St. Quincy, Court: Boston Massachusetts

 

11th December 1915 The Tablet

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

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

 

Nora Tracey & James Lally

My Great-Grandmother was Bridget or Delia Lally her parents were James Lally and Nora Tracey. She was in Ireland 1881 I am not sure if she was in Galway but I see a lot of Lally and Tracey. Bridget or Delia Lally arrived in Boston, MA 1896 she married Angus Fortune in 1899 they had six children Nora, Julie, Walter, Mary, Irene, Charles and Elenor they Lived in South Boston until her death in 1962 Does any have any information on the Lally and Tracey.

Nadia Grady, Gradybos1@aol.com

 

Patrick Tracey b. 1831 (LDS)

 

Patrick/Pat Tracy & Bridget Bowls/Bowes

Bridget b. 12 October 1865 Killaan (LDS) Bowes

Catherine b. 12 September 1867 (LDS)

 

Patrick Trassy & Catharine Cavanagh

Catharine Trassy b. 15th December 1868 Galway (LDS)

 

Patrick Tressey & Mary Duddy

Mary Anne b. 2 November 1874 Atheeny (LDS)

Patrick Tressy  & Mary Duddy Tresey 

Mary Anne Tressy b. 02 Nov 1874  Atheeny, Loughrea, Galway, Ireland  (LDS)

 

Patrick Tracy & Mary Fury

Mary b. 6 June 1864 Abbey District (LDS)

 

Patrick Tracy & Honor Goloher

Bride b. 8 August 1865 Athleague District (LDS)

 

Pat Treacy & Mary Haile

Mary b. 27 June 1877 (LDS)

 

Patrick Treacy & Honor Hughes

Michael b. 6 January 1876 (LDS)

 

Patritius Tracy (s. of Thomas & Catherinae Tracy of Co Galway) of 44 Upr Sackville St m. Elizabeth McDermott (d. of Thomae & Margaritae McDermott of Danestown?) of 5 Lower Temple St on th 29 May 1859 Wit: Joannes Colahan of 44 Upr Sackville St & Catherina Colahan of Jones Road. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

Patricio/Patritius TraceyTracy & Elizabeth McDermot(t). Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

Marianna Tracey b. 7 September 1860 of 44 Sackville St Sp. Anna Cullen. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

Thomas Tracy b. 20 October 1861 of 6 Lr Temple St Sp. Brigida Maglinn. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

Margarita Tracey b. 6 January 1866 of 7 Kellys St [Ct] Sp. Catharina Maguire. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

Catharina Tracey b. 25 December 1867 of 24 Rutland Place Sp. Anna Nowlan. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

Joannes Tracy b. 11 April 1875 of 2 Henry Place Sp. Maria McDermott. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

Elizabeth Tracy b. 31 March 1877 of 2 Henry Place Sp. Maria McDermott. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

 

Patrick Treacy & Mary Monaghan

Bridget b. 3 December 1879 (LDS)

 

Patrick Treacy (1901-2/11/1959) m Hanora Ryan 1st November 1924 Limerick

Martin Treacy (24/2/1928-29/10/2000) Gortavalla, Doon, Co. Limerick (LDS)

Mary b. ??? Jan 1930 Gortvalla Doon Limerick d. 24 March 1897 Galway bur. 27 March 1987 Doon Limerick (LDS)

 

Patt Treacy & Mary Wyne

John b. 15 September 1870 (LDS)

 

Pat Tressy & Winifred Wynne

Biddy b. 10 May 1874 (LDS)

 

Michael Tracy of Kiltegan [Wicklow] (s. of Patritius & Catharina of Liscoleman [Wicklow]) married Maria Keogh of Glenogue [Inch Wexford] (s. of Patritius & Anna of Glenogue) Wit: Patritius Tracy of Galway & Brigida Kavanagh of Cashan. Arklow Parish 6 Aug 1874

 

Sabina Treacy & Martin Morgan

Lawrence Morgan, 62, died 03 Jun 1915 Everett Massachusetts, Widowed, b. Ireland circa 1853 (s. of Martin Morgan & Sabina Tracey)

Patrick Morgan, 38, died 04 Apr 1904 Quincy Massachusetts, Single, Laborer, b. Ireland circa 1866 (s. of Martin Morgan & Sabina Tracey) Informant: Sabina Morgan

Mary Morgan b. 29 Jul 1867 Galway (LDS)

Biddy Morgan b. 02 Apr 1869 Galway (LDS)

 

Thomas Tracey b. Galway m. Ann Ellen Bryan 2 December 1875 Philadelphia Pennsylvania (LDS)

 

Thomas Tressy & Mary Curran

Martin Tressy b. 1st November 1873, Galway (LDS)

 

Thomas Trassey or Treacy m. Mary Doherty [State Reg: Portumna, 1st Quarter 1879 4 400]

 

Thomas Treacy [of Galway] married Margaret Dogherty [of Clare] Barton Upon Irwell, Lancashire, England Jan-Feb-Mar 1865

 

1881 Census - Green Lane Barton Upon Irwell, Lancashire

Thomas Tracey             Head                      M            44           Ireland, carter

Margaret Tracey           Wife                       F             41           Ireland

Hugh Tracey Son                         M            15           Patricroft, Lancashire, England, book keeper

Mary Ellen Tracey        Daughter F             12           Patricroft, Lancashire, England, dress maker

Susannah Tracey           Daughter F             10           Patricroft, Lancashire, England

John Thos Tracey         Son                         M            8             Patricroft, Lancashire, England

Elizabeth Tracey           Daughter F             5             Patricroft, Lancashire, England

Philip Tracey                 Son                         M            3             Patricroft, Lancashire, England

 

1900 Census - Precinct 5 Hyde Park Town Chicago city Ward 32, Cook, Illinois

Thomas Tracy               Head                      M            65           b. Set 1834 Ireland, immigrated 1886 Na

Margaret Tracy             Wife                       F             58           b. Aug 1849? Ireland, married 35 years 6 child 6 alive

Hugh Tracy   Son                         M            34           b. Nov 1866 England, immigrated 1885 Na, lawyer private secretary

Sussana Clifford            Daughter F             30           b. June 1870 England

William F Clifford         Son-in-law              M            36           b. Aug 1864 Ireland

Mary Fenton Clifford    Granddaughter        F             1             b. Sept 1899 Illinois

John T Tracy                Son                         M            27           b. Sep 1873 England, travelling salesman

Lizzie Tracy   Daughter F             25           b. Dec 1875 England

Phillip H Tracy              Son                         M            23           b. June 1877 England, lawyer

 

1900 Census - Civilain residents of Santiago-de Cuba, Cuba

Hugh T Treacy, head,   M            35           single, b. Nov 1865 England, immigrated 1885 Na, lawyer

 

Mary E. Foran, 49, b. 1873 England, (d. of Thomas Treacy b. Ireland & Mary Doherty b. Ireland) d. 27 Apr 1922 Chicago, Cook, Illinois Buried 29 Apr 1922 Mt Olivet

Spouse: Frank Foran, 3941 W. Congress St., Ward 13 

 

Elizabeth Bick, 68 years, b. 8 Dec 1875 Manchester, England (d. of Thomas Tracy b. Galway, Ireland & Margaret Doherty b. Co.Clare, Ireland) d. 1 Jun 1944 4700 Kenwood Chicago Cook Illinois, buried 3 Jun 1944 Mt Olivet Worth Cook Ill . Spouse: Casper Bick, Informant: Margaret Foran

 

Philip Henry Treacy Sr, 80 years, b. 29 Jun 1877 Eccles [Manchester] England (s. of Thomas Treacy & Margaret Doherty), died 4 Jan 1958 1246 Judson Evanston Cook Illinois, Married, Attorney, Buried Calvary Evanston Illinois, Informant: Rita B Jager

 

November 05, 1916 Evening star About Evening star. (Washington, D.C.)

National Tickets...Congressmen...Illinois...2nd Dictrict. Philip H. Treacy, dem...

 

WWW1 Draft Registrion

Philip Henry Treacy of 4756 Kenwood Ave Chicago Cook County Illinois, 41 years, b. 20th June 1877, citizen by father naturalization, lawyer [self employed] 5 North La Salle St Chicago, Contact Mrs Casper Bick 1320 E48th Street Chicago, medium height, brown eyes, dark brown hair

 

Thomas Hugh Treacy (Feb 20 1834 - Apr 9 1903)

Margaret Treacy (Feb 15 1839 - Mar 7 1907)

John T. Treacy (Sep 22 1875 - July 22 1905)

Francis J Foran 1931

Casper Bick 1937, age 64

Elizabeth T. Bick 1944, age 68

Mary F Foran 1922

Margaret E Foran 1969 age 71

Also

John B. Foran 1904

John Doherty 1911

Ellen Foran 1914

Francis J. Foran 1931

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=81352786

 

Thomas Tracy & Honoria Kelly

Anne b. 25 September 1875 (LDS)

 

Thomas Tracey & Margaret Larkin

Patrick b. 26 November 1879 (LDS)

 

Thomas S. & Mary Tracey

Margaret Tracey born 3 May 1827 in Galway, Ireland

He married 29 Nov 1846 in St. Stephen, NB (his obit, cath) Margaret Tracey born 3 May 1827 in Galway, Ireland, daughter of Thomas S. & Mary Tracey, ...

Calais, Maine families: they came and they went? Thelma Eye Brooks - Reference - 2002 - Page 61

 

Thomas Tracy, son of Thomas, was the first Tracy in the family line to come to America. He was born in County Galway, Ireland. He came to America August 25, 1848 through the port of Boston. He moved to Milford about 1850 and was a farmer. His wife was Magaret Hardiman…

The Story Of The Powers-Tracys'-Garveys'-Mannix http://jbarry.tripod.com/powersstory.html and http://jbarry.tripod.com/updates.html

Thomas Tracy was born in County Galway, Ireland. He came to America August 25, 1848 through the port of Boston. He moved to Milford about 1850 and was a farmer. At the time of his death in 1905 he was a large property owner and "familiar figure on the Milford Streets." Thomas became a United States citizen on October 22, 1858. He died in Milford hospital after being ill for two weeks. Prior to this, he was in good health and "was able to be on the streets daily."

February 16, 1999 MARTIN AND THOMAS TRACY

In the 1920 census, Martin Tracy stated that he was born in Ireland, came to the US in 1850 and became a citizen in 1855. No record of this proves this to be true. Records show that he was actually born in Milford, Massachusetts to Thomas and Magaret (Hardiman) on November 6, 1849. His siblings, besides John B., the future lawyer and Mayor of Taunton who was born in 1868, where; Patrick b. 1851, Thomas b. 1853, Bridget b. 1854, Winifred b. April 1860, and Magaret b. 1862. All were born in Milford. Magaret would marry a man named Pierce and life in Fall Rivers.

Thomas Tracy became a citizen about 1856 He was born in Ireland in August about the year 1826. His father was Thomas but his mother's name is unknown. Unlike his sons, who would become professionals, Thomas earned his living as a "woodsawyer" and owned 800 dollars worth of land in 1880. By 1900 he was living alone in Milford and died from senility and pleurisy on November 30, 1905. Magaret (Hardiman) Tracy was also born about 1826 in Ireland. She would die June 11, 1875 at the age of 47 from rheumatic fever. They are buried together in St. Mary's Cemetery in Milford.

http://jbarry.tripod.com/updates.html

 

Oct 1869 US Weekly return of enlistments at Naval Rendezvous

Thomas Tracey, Age: 24, b. Galway, Ireland, labourer, eyes: grey, hair: sandy, Complexion: Fair, 5'9.25"

Place of Enlistment: Boston, 4 Oct 1869 for 3 year term general service,

https://www.familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-14730-26379-81?cc=1825347

 

4 July 1910 San Francisco Call

Tracey - In this city, July 2 1910, Thomas Tracey, a native of County Galway, Ireland, aged 74 years...Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

 

6 December 1913 San Francisco Call

Treacy - In Richmond, Cal., December 4 1913, Thomas J. beloved husband of the late Sarah Treacy, loving father of P.J. and Thomas J. Treacy and brother of P.W. Treacy and Mrs. J.S. McEvilly, a native of County Galway, Ireland, aged 54 years. A member of Burke council No. 609 Y.M.I., and the Redmen of Richmond.

 

1871 Census - Broughton Lancashire

Thomas Tracey     Head       M            56           Ireland

Catherine Tracey     Wife        F             48           Ireland

James Tracey          Son         M            19           West Derby, Lancashire

Edward Tracey       Son         M            18           West Derby, Lancashire

Mary Tracey           Daughter F             14           Walton On The Hill, Lancashire

Letitia Tracey          Daughter F             12           St Helens, Lancashire

Elizabeth Tracey      Daughter F             6             Manchester, Lancashire

1881 Census - 204 Bury New Road Broughton Lancashire

Thomas Tracey       Head       M            63           Galway Ireland, Fruiterer

Catherine Tracey     Wife        F             52           Cavan Ireland

James Tracey          Son         M            29           Liverpool, Lancashire, England

Mary Tracey           Daughter F             24           Liverpool, Lancashire, England, single, Invoice Corresponding Clerk (Comm)

Letitia Tracey          Daughter F             22           St Helens, Lancashire, England

Elizabeth Tracey      Daughter F             16           Manchester, Lancashire, England, Milliner

 

Edward Tracey married Mary Rourke Apr-May-Jun 1877 Manchester Lancashire Volume: 8D Page: 428 Line Number: 325

Francis Herbert Tracey b. Jul-Aug-Sep 1878 Manchester, Lancashire, England  Vol 8D Page 279 Number 63

1881 Census - 202 Bury New Road Broughton Lancashire

Edward Tracey             Head       M            28           Walton On The Hill, Lancashire, England, Fishmonger Employing 6 Boys

Mary Tracey                 Wife        F             26           Manchester, Lancashire, England

Francis H Tracey          Son         M            2             Manchester, Lancashire, England

Thomas E Tracey          Son         M            1             Salford, Lancashire, England

Mary A Tracey             Daughter F             0             Salford, Lancashire, England

Mary A Rourke            Cousin     F             36           Manchester, Lancashire, England

Annie Hughes               Servant    F             14           Manchester, Lancashire, England

1891 Census - St John The Evan Broughton, Lancashire

Edward Tracy, head, 38, b. 1853 West Derby Liverpool, Lancashire

Mary Tracy, Wife, 35, b. 1856 Manchester, Lancashire

Francis H Tracy, son, 13, b. 1878 Broughton, Lancashire

Thomas E Tracy, son, 12, b. 1879 Broughton, Lancashire

Leo Tracy, son, 8, b. 1883 Broughton, Lancashire

Madeline Tracy, daughter, 7, b. 1884 Broughton, Lancashire

Bernard Tracy, son, 4, b. 1886 Broughton, Lancashire

Gertrude Tracy, daughter, 2, b. 1889 Broughton, Lancashire

Dorothy Tracy, daughter, 0, b. 1891 Broughton, Lancashire

1901 Census - Broughton St John The Evan, Broughton, Lancashire

Letitia Tracey, head, 42, b. 1859 St Helens Lancashire

1901 Census - St John The Evan, Broughton, Lancashire

Edward Tracey, head, 48, b. 1853 West Derby Liverpool, Lancashire

Mary Tracey, Wife, 45, b. 1856 Manchester, Lancashire

Edward Thomas Tracey, son, 22, b. 1879 Broughton, Lancashire

Leo Tracey, son, 18, b. 1883 Broughton, Lancashire

Madeline Tracey, daughter, 17, b. 1884 Broughton, Lancashire

Bernard Tracey, son, 15, b. 1886 Broughton, Lancashire

Gertrude Tracey, daughter, 12, b. 1889 Broughton, Lancashire

Dorothy Tracey, daughter, 10, b. 1891 Broughton, Lancashire

Ursula Tracey, daughter, 9, b. 1892 Broughton, Lancashire

Alphonse Tracey, son, 7, b. 1894 Broughton, Lancashire

Blanche Tracey, daughter, 6, b. 1895 Broughton, Lancashire

 

Ellis Island

{ Francis H. Tracey, Manchester England, 1912, 29 years, b. Manchester England, single, to: Frd M McGowan, Hotel Victoria. to: New York. Father: Edward Tracey, The Nook Northam??? St? Brighton?

{ Francis Herbert Tracey, Manchester England, 1912, 29 years, b. Manchester England. Father: Edward Tracey,  [crossed out]

 

Bernard Tracey, 33, b. 1887 Manchester England, of Flint Mich, machinist (s. of Thos. Edw. Tracey & Mary Rourke) m. Louise O. Youngs (Harvey), 24, b. 1896 Pt. Huron Macomb Michigan, of Flint Mich (d. of Geo. Harvey & Carrie Hartman) 29 Dec 1920 Flint Genesee Michigan (Groom served in war vs. Germany from Wayne Co. Mich)

 

TRACEY roots from Manchester

Greetings! I am a new subscriber trying to find TRACEY family information. I can't trace back very far. I know that my grandfather, Bernard TRACEY, was born around 1887 in Manchester (his parents were Thomas Edward TRACEY and Mary ROURKE). Bernard had at least two siblings, Blanche TRACEY and Bert TRACEY.

Bert is interesting and I am including this information in the hope that it will jar somebody's memory. He worked with Laurel & Hardy in their early Manchester days (early 1900s?), before they became stars at Hal Roach studios in the U.S. We also have some funny old photos of Bert TRACEY directing silent movies. Would anyone out there know anything about him?

My grandfather, Bernard TRACEY, served in the U.S. Army during WWI, got married in 1920 and moved to Canada, where he is responsible (or at least partly responsible) for an amazing number of Canadians, mostly in the Sarnia, Ontario area.

I would be so grateful for any information you can give me. Regards -

Linda B. 9 Feb 1999

 

Timothy Treacy & Maria Bugler

Timothy b. 20 Aug 1867 Mt Shannon, Gal Ire bapt. Mt Shannon, Gal (LDS)

 

Margaret Tracey (single)

Birth Date: 4 Oct 1876

Birth Place: Newcastle Co, Galway

Age: 47

Residence: c/o Coyne, New York

Passport Issue Date: 26 May 1924

Father Name: Thomas Tracey

Father's Birth Location: Newcastle, Ireland

Father's Residence: Newcastle, Ireland

Passport Includes a Photo: Yes

 

St Patrick's Cemetery, Inver Grove, Dakota Co., MN

Thomas Tracy b.in Co Galway, Ireland d.May 01,1893; aged:65yrs,8mths,15dys

Bridget Tracy b.Aug 05,1828 d.Sep 29,1903;wife of Thomas Tracy

Julia d.Mar 14,1883; aged:13yrs,5mths,4dys; daughter of T and B Tracy

 

William Treasy & Anne Coffey

Helena b. 27 August 1875 (LDS)

 

William Treasy/Trassy & Bridget Loftis/Loftus

Martin Treasy b. 23rd November 1870, Galway (LDS)

Honor Trassy b. 20th April 1877 Crumlin, Galway, (LDS)

 

William Treacy/Tressy & Bridget Loughlin

Sally b. 16 May 1873 (LDS)

Mary b. 12 January 1875 (LDS)

 

William Treacy & Honora Ryan

Honora b. 28 December 1880 Ballycleary (LDS)

 

Wm Tracy (of the County of Galway, gent) m. Hester Stanton (of Ormond Quay) on 8 July 1789 - St. Mary CoI (North Dublin City)

http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/d-277-1-3-415.pdf

1789 July 8th

Wm Tracy of the county of Gallaway, gent, married to Hester Stanton of Ormond Quay, C1. (Dublin)

 

St. Gabriels Arklow Cemetery, Co. Wicklow

In Loving Memory of William Treacy - The Brook
Died 23 February 1968 age 66
Also his daughter-in-law Breda (Loughlin) Treacy - died 9 October 1993 age 54
His son Sean Treacy - died 27 October 1997 age 72
Also his wife
Ellen (nee Weadick) Treacy - died 16 January 1999 age 96

(1911 Census: Ellen Weadick, 8 years, Doyles Lane #4, Dtr of Dan'l & Mgt. m. Wm. Treacy in Galway 192? d. 16 Jan.1999)

 

 Abbeyknockmoy

 

Bartholomew Treacy & Mary Kelly

Mary b. 1 February 1878 Lisaniska (LDS)

Bartley Tressy & Margaret Kelly

John b. 28 February 1875 (LDS)

 

Bernard Treacy & Margaret (Maggie) Coleman/Coady

Mich. b. 2/6/1897 bapt. 2/14/1897 Ballyruane Sp. Mich Coleman & Delia Murphy

Bernard b. 4/23/1900 bapt. 4/29/1900 Ballyruanne Sp. John Fahy & Margaret Fahy

Honor b. 9/2/1902 bapt. 9/6/1902 Ballyruanne Sp. ??? McTigh & ??? Ruanne (Coady)

Dlie b. 9/8/1906 bapt. 9/15/1906 Bally? Sp. Thomas Clancy & Mary Corgave

 

Catherine Treacy & John Forde

Patrick b. 9/18/1907 bapt. 9/21/1907 Larr Sp. Edward Hay & Ellen Ryan

 

Delia Treacy & Pat Skuhill

Nora b. 22-Feb 1906? bapt. 25-Feb 1906? Chapel Road Sp. James Treacy & Mary Treacy

 

Edward/Ned Tressy/Tracy & Biddy/Bridget Kenny

Michael b. 2 January 1872 (LDS)

Honor b. 13 May 1874 (LDS)

John b. 20 November 1877 Lisaniska (LDS)

John M Tracy, 36, of Brookline, gardener, b.c. 1881 Ireland (s. of Edward & Bridget Kenny) m. Annie A Harrington, 27, of Jamaica Plain, b. Ireland (d. of Bernard & Margaret Carty) 21 Oct 1917 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States

1940 Census - Ward 11, Boston, Boston City, Suffolk, Massachusetts

Head             John Tracy              M            62           Ireland

Wife              Annie Tracy            F             50           Ireland

Son               John Tracy              M            22           Massachusetts

Son               Bernard Tracy         M            20           Massachusetts

Son               Thomas Tracy         M            18           Massachusetts

Daughter       Madeline Tracy       F             17           Massachusetts

Son               George Tracy          M            14           Massachusetts

Mary E Tracey, 26, of 78 Waltham St, cook, b.c. 1886 Ireland, (d. of Edward Tracey & Bridget Kenny) m. August V Jacobson, 27, of 53 Union Park, Chauffeur, b.c. 1885 Finland (s. of John Jacobson & Louise Flain) m. 30 May 1912 Boston, Massachusetts

 

Edward Treacy & Mary Lane

Kate b. 2/24/1908 bapt. 3/4/1908 Chapel Road Sp. Thomas ??? & Mary ???

Michael b. 4/25/1912 bapt. 5/8/1912 Chapel Road Sp. Martin Treacy & Delia Treacy

Patrick b. 9/10/1913 bapt. 9/21/1913 Chapel Road Sp. Thomas ??? & Norah Lane

 

John Treacy & Margaret Garvey

Mary b. 11/28/1903 bapt. 12/5/1903 Larraugh

Bridget bapt. 10/22/1904 Larraugh Sp. John Langon & Bridget Garvey

Patrick b. 3/24/1906 bapt. 3/31/1906 Larraugh Sp. Stephen Treacy & Mary Gle?

Catherine b. 4/20/1906 bapt. 4/27/1906 Larraghuane Sp. John Hession & Margaret Treacy

Nora b. 5/2/1908 bapt. 5/8/1908 Lorragh Sp. William Garvey & Kate Treacy

Julia b. 9/18/1910 bapt. 9/24/1910 Larragh Sp. Stephen Treacy & Mary Treacy

 

Mich Treacy & Maggie Forde

Brigida Theresa b. 1/1/1915 bapt. 1/9/1915 Ryehill Sp. Mich Forde & Delia ???

 

Pat Treacy & Kate Mannion

Pat b. 4/5/1897 bapt. 4/5/1897 Corrofar Sp. James Lane & Mary Forde

 

Peter (Pete) Treacy & Ellen Nicholson

Mary Ellen b. 4/30/1908 bapt. 5/8/1908 Abbey & ??? Sp. Patt Nicholson & Nora Treacy

Martin b. 1/10/1914 bapt. 1/24/1914 Sp. Martin Nicholson & Catherine ???

 

Thomas Tracey & Julia Black

Julia b. 9/21/1897 bapt. 9/24/1897 Chapel Road Sp. John Blade & Honor Blade

 

Thomas Thracy of Laraghmore, labourer, & Mary Cody

Honor Thracy b. 6 November 1880 of Laraghmore. Mary Thracy mother Laraghmore her mark [Tracey in Galway PLU]

 

Thomas Tressy/Treacy/Treasy & Rose Quin(n)

Margaret b. 31 March 1865 Abbey (LDS)

William b. 29 July 1867 (LDS)

Michael b. 20 September 1870 (LDS)

John b. 26 April 1873 (LDS)

Pat b. 10 June 1876 Lysaniska (LDS)

 

Thomas Treacy & Honor/Ellen Williams

Thomas b. 12/10/1907 bapt. 12/21/1907 Lisans Sp. Joe Williams & Bridget Williams

John b. 6/22/1909 bapt. 6/28/1909 Lisans Sp. John Williams & Mary K?

Patrick b. 3/1/1911 bapt. 3/4/1911 Sp. William Fahy & Bridget Fahy

Mary b. 8/15/1912 bapt. 8/15/1912 Sp. Patt King & ??? King (Ellen)

M? b. 11/6/1914 bapt. 11/8/1914 Lisannes Sp. John King & Sarah ???

 

William Tracey and Sarah Blake, Abbeyknockmoy Parish

At the time of the Griffiths Valuation (1856 for Galway), they were living in the townland of Lissaniska in the parish of Abbeyknockmoy in eastern County Galway. Their known children were:
Mary (bapt 14 Sep 1823) = Michael Coffey (my G-grandparents)
Bridget (bapt 01 Jul 1826)
John (bapt 22 Feb 1829)
Margaret (bapt 03 May 1832)
Mary and her husband Michael emigrated in 1884 to Boston with their 14 year old daughter Bridget Coffey. Their daughter Mary emigrated to Boston in 1880 and married Geoffrey Murphy (born in Watree, Gowran, Kilkenny) in 1887. Does any of this Tracey material look familiar to anyone?

Dave Riley Portsmouth, RI Dave Riley 14 Mar 2004

 

William Treacy & Bridget McLoughlin

Mary bapt. 6/28/1900 Sp. John Flynn & Margaret Forde

John b. 1/6/1904 bapt. 1/17/1904 Larraugh Sp. Michael Bird & Catherine Bird

 

Buried in Templemoyle Graveyard

Mrs Mary Treacy of Newcastle, Athenry died 25 July 1928 aged 78 years - memorial Card

Thomas Treacy of Newcastle, Athenry died 1st February 1931 aged 94 - memorial Card

Bartholomew Treacy died March 1867 aged 65

Margaret Treacy died September 1893 aged 73

Martin Treacy died November 1918 aged 68

Bridget Treacy died June 1953 aged 85

Patrick Treacy died February 1953 aged 87

 

 

 

 

 

http://archive.advertiser.ie/pages/preview.php?ref=44725&ext=jpg&k=&search=%21collection1426&offset=0&order_by=field51&sort=ASC&archive=0

 

 

 

Steve B Treacy

The late Steve B Treacy 16 November 2006

 

The club and parish are deeply saddened by the death of our club president Steve B. Treacy. Steve was probably the greatest clubman in the history of the club and his death will leave a void which will never be filled in Abbeyknockmoy. Steve was a dedicated follower of Abbey and Galway hurling who put his life and soul into the club at all times. Hurling in the parish is all the poorer for his death.

 

Steve B played with the club throughout the 1960s and 1970s, winning North Board championships in 1960s, 61, 62 and 68. He was also a member of the 1971 Intermediate team which won the county final and made the breakthrough to senior hurling for the first time, a feat of which he was immensely proud. He acted as manager and selector of various teams throughout the 1970s, resulting in a Junior Championship in 1977. As manager of our Intermediate team in the early 1980s, he instilled great interest in the team which unfortunately lost numerous county semi-finals. Nevertheless, his hard work and dedication laid the foundations for the subsequent Intermediate win in 1985 and senior win in 1988.

 

Steve B acted as a selector with our senior and intermediate teams and his continued enthusiasm for hurling was appreciated by his fellow selectors and players. In 2006 he was manager of the junior team which reached a county quarter-final. The size of the Junior panel he assembled was testament to the preparation he put into managing the teams. As any of the players will maintain, the amount of phone calls he made and text messages he sent during the year informing players of training and matches were incredible and while all of this was voluntary, Steve B would never have it any other way. He served as chairman, secretary and treasurer of the club on numerous occasions and was our current club president and finance officer. He was a driving force in the club throughout the years and his abilities as a fund-raiser were terrific. Steve B rarely missed any club match, under-age or adult, and he was extremely popular and well liked by all club players young and old. Indeed this was probably his greatest quality as a man, his ability to easily get along with anyone. Steve B was also a fanatical Galway hurling supporter and he rarely missed a match any Galway team were involved in.

 

His death is a huge loss to his family and Abbeyknockmoy Hurling Club. Many stories will be told about Steve B in the future and they will all be good ones. He had a positive impact on everyone in Abbey and he will never be forgotten. We sympathise with his sons, Stephen and Jarlath, daughters Bernadine, Jacqueline and Stephanie, his brother Paddy, sisters Evelyn, Mary, Celia and Freda, and finally his partner Ann.

 

Ar dheis De go raibh a anam.

 

Courtesy of The Tuam Herald 16 November 2006

 

 

 Addergoole & Liskeevy, Milltown

 

1920 Census - Haverhill Ward 2, Essex, Massachusetts, United States [see 1901 & 1911 census Ireland]

Head John J Tracy M 51 Ireland, Immigration Year: 1885[?], own house

Wife Ellen Tracy F 47 Ireland

Daughter Evelyn Tracy F 13 Ireland

 

 

 Ahascragh

 

1900? Photo: Tracey family, Clonbrock. Women and children standing in doorway of thatched cottage. Women wearing shawls and bonnets, younger boy wears smock.

http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000522138

 

Patt/Patricio Trac(e)y/Tressy & Biddy/Bridget/Brigitta McGuiness

Martin Tracy b. 3rd November 1865 Clonbrock, Galway (LDS)

John b. 8 May 1868 (LDS)

James b. 16 March 1874 Clonbrock ALSO Jacobus b. 28 March 1874 c. 3 April 1874 Roman Catholic Ahascragh and Killosolan (LDS)

 

Patrito Treacy & Bridgida Maguire

Honoria c. 7 June 1863 Roman Catholic Ahascragh and Killosan (LDS)

 

Patricio Tressy & Brigitta Tressy

Margarita c. 1 January 1861 Roman Catholic Ahascragh and Killosolan (LDS) Tressy

 

 

 

Philip Anthony Treacy, b. 26 May 1967 Ballinasloe, Co. Galway, son of the late James Vincent Treacy and Katie Agnes Treacy. His parents owned a baker’s shop in Ahascragh, Co. Galway.

Philip began studying fashion in Dublin at the National College of Art & Design in 1985. He was more interested in making the hat than the outfit. This coincided with him winning, in 1988, a place on the Royal College of Art’s MA course. At the time the RCA was planning to establish a hat course and his arrival confirmed that they were right to do so. A star pupil from the outset, he soon gained the attention of the late great style icon, Isabella Blow. Their meeting was subsequently to become the subject of an exhibition at the Design Museum, ‘When Philip Met Isabella’. He graduated in 1990 and set up his own business in the basement of Isabella and her husband Detmar Blow’s home.

Philip won the British Accessory Designer of the Year ‘Oscar’ in 1991, 1992 and 1993, and then again in 1996 and 1997. Irish Fashion Oscar 1992. Haut Couture Paris 2000.

He has designed hats for Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel, Valentino, Versace, Pucci, Alexander McQueen and most recently Ralph Lauren. In 2000, he made millinery history by staging his ‘Orchid’ collection of haute couture hats in Paris.

Philip heads an international company which sells accessories all over the world. His design oeuvre has expanded to include handbags, gloves, a chair for Habitat and a sportswear line for Umbro.

He has just completed the interiors for the G Hotel in Galway, west of Ireland and will soon begin work on the interior design of a new hotel in London’s Bow Street.

On the 19th of November 2007, at 40 years of age, he was awarded an honorary OBE for services to the British fashion industry by Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall at a ceremony in Clarence House. The Duchess is one of his most loyal customers and she wore one of his creations a metallic feathered ‘head-dress’ for her wedding in 2005.

http://www.philiptreacy.co.uk/

 

 

Athenry

 

Edward Treacy & Mary Jordan

My Jordan ancesters lived at 'Cussane Cross', where roads from Galway City-Monivea and Athenry-Tuam intersected. A modern farm house is there now, on NW corner. John Jordan (d. 1867) and Hannora Clancy (d.1890) had 7 children:
1. Thomas (b.~1841- ), m. ______; daughter Mary, m. Edward Treacy. One son ____ Treacy, who has since moved, we think, from original home to Co. Mayo, Ire.
EWLawless
6 Oct 2007

 

March 4, 1919 at the Pro-Catherdhal, Dublin, John son of the late Martin Treacy, Abbey, Ballyglunin Co. Galway to Marion (Cissie) youngest daughter of the late Michael A. Cahill of Prospect House, Caltra, Ballinasloe.

 

Martin Treacy, 28 years, b. Athen Rye, Ireland, Arrival Date: 24 May 1914 Vancouver, British Columbia

 

My father was Michael Treacy who was born in Athenry 3rd January 1921. Apparently his mother [Bridget or Beatrice] died when he was very young and also his father [James?] was apparently shot dead in around 1922 in the Athenry area by the local police/army because of being out during a curfew. He was brought up by his grandmother, along with his sister Maureen who I think was very close to his age. My father moved to England in about 1938 and eventually settled in the Whitehaven, Egremont area of Cumbria. He married my mother Kathleen Abernethy in Whitehaven in 1951.He died in Birmingham [England] in 1980. If anyone thinks they may have known him or his family in Athenry in those days please let me know, as I know so little about his life in Ireland or of any relatives over there. Thank you. Kevin Treacy 01/7/2005

5th child of Michael Treacy born in Athenry 1921. stephen 12/10/2005

 

Michael Tracey & Bridgett MANYON

Children:

Has ChildrenMichael John TRACEY (b: 15 August 1880 in Athenry, Galway, Ireland d. · Death: 30 January 1964 in Grand Junction, Mesa, CO) & Martha Belle JEFFERS (b: 23 November 1888 in Ogden,,UT)

Children:

Has ChildrenEvelyn Dorine TRACY b: 7 April 1918 in Grand Junction, Mesa, CO

 

Patrick Tressey, shopkeeper, & Mary Driddy/Duody?

Mary Anne Tressey b. 2 Nov 1874 of Atherny. Patrick Treacy Athenry father.

 

Thomas Tressy & Catherine Binker

Thomas b. 1 December 1865 Athenry (LDS)

 

Newcastle National School [Monivea]

28th May 1888 Martin Treacy, 13, Newcastle, Farmer

May 1891 Willie Treacy, 4, Tourkeel, Railway Laboure

http://athenryparishheritage.com/

 

Templemoyle Graveyard

Bartholomew Treacy died March 1867 aged 65

Margaret Treacy died September 1893 aged 73

 

Patrick Treacy died February 1953 aged 87

Bridget Treacy died June 1953 aged 85

Martin Treacy died November 1918 aged 68

http://irishgraveyards.ie/search.php?yardid=92&area_id=12&lastname=treacy&firstname=&address=&month=&year=

 

 

 Aughrim (& Kilconnel)

 

John Tracy. Reg. No. 7455. Rank Company Quartermaster Sergeant, Connaught Rangers 5th batt. Died of wounds France 20/10/1918. Born Kilconnell, Co. Galway.

Age 37, Son of Edward and Maria Treacy, of Ballinderry, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway; husband of Annie Treacy, of Rossmore, Woodford, Co. Galway.

Roll of Honour: Treacy – October 20, 1918, in France, Coy. Q.M.S. John Treacy, Connacht Rangers, of wounds, only son of Edward Treacy, Kilconnell, Ballinasloe dearly-loved husband of Annie Treacy; deservedly regretted. R.I.P.

John Tracey, 7455, 3rd Bn Connaught rangers, enlisted 23/6/1902 Dublin, 11/12/1912 Cr. Sgt., died 20/12/1918 Maurois Communal Cemetery 3.25 miles SW of Le Cateau.

20 years, b. 1884?, postman, single, 5'5.25", 121 Lbs, 33" chest, grey eyes, brown hair, RC,

Born Kilconnell, Galway. 1918 Ann Treacy, 2 Bowling Green, Galway. 27 June 1919 WO, personal property to Mrs Ann Tracey 20 St Josephs Terrace, Galway. 23/7/1923 Ack Victory Medal Sisters of Charity, Stanhope St, Dublin.

11 March 1908 Arrived India on "Rewa"

30/1/1909. A very good clerk. Sergeant rank promotion 3/4/07

August 1912 Re-Engagement Paper. Rank Sergeant. Ferozepore, Punjab, India.

1915 Next of Kin. Father John Kilconnell Galway Mother Mrs E Treacy [crossed out] Wife An? Wife: married estate?

27/10/1915 Rank C.Qm.S. Hospitalised at Harve. Letter to Mrs E Treacy, Kilconnell, Ballinasloe.

8/12/1915 Hopitalised at Southall with Rheumatic Fever, letter sent to Mrs A Treacy, Sea View, Summore? Kinsale?

23/6/1916 Leave? Address Rossmore, Woodford, Galway

[1919?] Widow: Annie Treacy nee Callanon, married Preston 24 January 1907, 30 St Josephs Terrace

Children: Annie Treacy, born 1st December 1909 Dagshai [India?], 30 St Josephs Terrace,

Father; Edward Treacy, [68 years approx], St. Michaels Hospital, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway

Mother: Maria Treacy, Deceased.

Sister: Mrs Balfour, 34 years, East 82 St, New York

In his will he leaves all his property to his wife, Mrs Annie Treacy, Rosmore, Woodford, Co. Galway. [Will]

 

Partrick Treacy? m. Elleanor Connolly 20 February 1834 Wit: Pat Connaughton & Mary Connoly

 

 

 Ballinakill (East Galway)

 

Michaelis Trassy & Cath Kelly

Michael Trassy b. 15/21 sep 1878 Sp. Michael Trassy Ballinakill (East Galway) Parish

 

Michl Tracy married Mary Quinn 1 Mar 1859 Wit: Michl Cronnally & Mary Hogan. Ballinakill (East Galway) Parish

Michael Treacy & Mary Quin(n)

Patrick b. 17 February 1865 Portumna (LDS)

Michael b. 9 February 1867 Portumna (LDS)

Laurence b. 17 September 1869 Portumna No 1 (LDS)

Michael Tracy & Mary Quinn

Patrick Tracy b. circa 1867 Ireland d. 26 Nov 1911 Pembroke Sanatorium NH, aged 44 years, Pulmonary Tuberculosis Lived: Residence Manchester NH

Annie Maria Tracy b. circa 1867 Ireland d. 4 Jan 1923 at 49 Pennacook Street, Manchester, Hillsborough, New Hampshire of Cerebral Hemorrhage & Chr Nephritis, aged 56, single, lived NH 7 weeks, Lived: Lowell, Mass, Occupation: Housekeeper

Mary Kenney, b. circa 1864 Ireland, 58 years, widow (d. of Michael Tracy & Mary Quinn) m. John Drury, b. Cincinnati, Ohio 47 years (s. of Patrick Drury & Margaret Hanlon) m. 27 Mar 1922 Hamilton, Ohio, United States

 

 

 Ballindereen (& Kilcolgan)

 

 

John Trassy & Mary Curley

Bridget Trassy b. 20th September 1864 Ballinderreen, Galway (LDS)

 

Mathias Trassy (s. of Darby Trassy) m. Catharine Cavanagh Or King (d. of Pat Cavanagh) 16 Oct 1868 Ballinderreen, Galway, Ireland

Mathew Trassy & Catherine/Kitty Cavanagh

Thomas Trassy b. 17th December 1869 Ballinderreen Galway (LDS)

Mary Trassy b. 23rd August 1871 Ballinderreen Galway (LDS)

Catherine Trassy b. 27th October 1873 Kinvarra Galway (LDS) [Killeenavarra?]

Ellen Trassy b. 27 Oct 1876 Killina, Galway, Ireland [Killeenaran?]

Patt Trassy b. 10 Feb 1880 Killina, Galway, Ireland

 

 Ballinsloe (& Kilclooney)

 

John Tracy (abt 1790- abt 1835) Farmer, Galway Shipping Co m. Ellen abt 1809

Ellen Tracy (1814-22/1/1893) Shannon Harbour to Prahan, Victoria, Australia married Thomas Curley (Market gardener) abt 1834 Ballinasloe, Kilcloony Parish, Galway. (LDS)

1. John & Ellen Tracey Ballinasloe died around 1835

1.1  Ellen Tracey, born Shannon Harbour, Roscommon around 1814 (but I believe Shannon Harbour didn't exist until 1850!), married Thomas Curley in 1834 in Kilclooney parish, Ballinasloe, and emigrated to Australia where she died in 1893.

Kate Vines, silkworm@netvision.net.il

[Note: Shannon Harbour is listed as being located in Co. Offaly]

John TRACEY worked for Galway Shipping Co. about 1820, He and wife Ellen died of typhus in 1835. Daughter Bridget orphaned and eventually went to Australia as assisted immigrant.), Galway Bay, Ballinasloe, 1820-1840.

1.1 Ellen (b. abt. 1814 Shannon Harbour, Galway d. 22nd January 1893 Prahan, VIC, Australia) m. Thomas Curley abt 1834 Ballinasloe, Kilcloony Parish)

1.2 Bridget/Biddy Mary (b. abt 1819 Ballinasloe d. 11 May 1890 Eumemmering VIC Australia) m. John Andrews 18 December 1841 St. Francis RC Melbourne Australia). She lived in a convent and with "Aunt Ellen" prior to immigrating. She arrived in Victoria on the ship ‘England’ 17 July 1841.

1.3 Ann (b. abt 1832 Galway) m. John Shaw 1852 Brighton

1.4 Brother (not named) went to sea.

Peter Andrews, pandrews@melbpc.org.au, http://www.ozemail.com.au/~pjandrew/andrews.html PO Box 89, Mount Macedon, 3441, AUSTRALIA

John Tracey & Ellen

Ellen Tracey (b. 1811 in Galway d. 1893 in Prahran, VIC, Australia) m. Thomas Curley (b: 1816 in Ballinasloe, Galway, Ireland). Travelled to Australia on the "England"

Children:

1. Ann Tracey b: 1832 in Ballinasloe, Galway, Ireland spouse John Shaw died Rochford VIC 1891

2. John Curley b: 1837 in Ballinasloe, Galway, Ireland

3. Bridget Curley b: 1840 in Ballinasloe, Galway, Ireland

4. Michael Curley b: 1842 in Brighton,VIC, Australia

5. Bartholomew Curley b: 1844 in Brighton, VIC, Melbourne

6. Maria Curley b: 1848 in Brighton, VIC, Australia

7. Catherine Curley b: 1849 in Brighton, VIC, Australia

8. Has ChildrenThomas Patrick Curley b: 1858 in Brighton, VIC, Australia

[Note: Name may be Codley in ship record]

 

Martin Tr(e)acy m. Ann(e) M(o)elia/Mealia 21 September 1868 Ballinasloe (LDS)

Patrick b. 18 February 1872 (LDS)

Mary b. 9 January 1874 Ballinasloe (LDS)

John b. 21 March 1876 Deerpark (LDS)

Ann b. 11 June 1878 Cottages (LDS)

 

Michael Tracey b. abt 1797 & Ann Dolan or Dolphin

Winifred Mary (b. abt 1822 Keil Ballinasloe d. 14 June 1904 Wannon Hamilton Victoria Australia) m. John Quigley 23 May 1848 Mount Napier Portland Bay District Victoria Australia (LDS)

1. Michael and Ann Tracey of Keil, Ballinasloe.

1.1  Winifred Tracey, born abt 1822. Assisted migrant to Melbourne, 1841 on "Middlesex" with cousin, Cecilia Dolphin (aka Dalton). Married John Quigley in Australia).

Patricia Hammond quigley@eisa.net.au

Michael Tracey & Ann Horan

John TRACEY

Has ChildrenWinifred Mary TRACEY b: ABT 1823 in Keil, Ballinasloe, County Galway, Ireland

John TRACEY

Michael TRACEY

Thomas TRACEY

Joseph TREACY

Michael Tracey (b. abt 1797 County Galway) Marriage 1 Ann HORAN (b: ABT 1802 in County Galway, Ireland)

Note: When his daughter Winifred died, her father's occupation was given as "farmer".

Change Date: 6 Jan 2006

Children:

  1. John TRACEY c: 16 Nov 1822 in Catholic Parish, Ballinasloe, County Galway, Ireland
  2. Has ChildrenWinifred Mary TRACEY b: ABT 1823 in Keil, Ballinasloe, County Galway, Ireland
  3. John TRACEY c: 29 Jun 1824 in Catholic Parish, Ballinasloe, County Galway, Ireland
  4. Michael TRACEY c: 1 Aug 1826 in Catholic Parish, Ballinasloe, County Galway, Ireland
  5. Thomas TRACEY c: 1 Jun 1829 in Catholic Parish, Ballinasloe, County Galway, Ireland
  6. Joseph TREACY c: 25 Apr 1832 in Catholic Parish, Ballinasloe, County Galway, Ireland

 

Michael Tracey and Mary Hogarty

My name is Debbie Corcoran and my husband's grandmother was Sarah Cecile Tracey from Ballinasloe, Galway, Ireland. Her father was Michael and her mother was Mary Hogarty. Sarah and her 3 sisters immigrated to Massachusetts in the early 1900's. Her sisters were Annie, Katherine, Mary. She had a brother, Michael Patrick Tracey (called Sonny), who stayed in Ireland and married and had five children. His daughter Cecelia had 6 children, one of them named Kitty. Hope this helps.
Debbie Debra Corcoran November 01, 2010

 

Michael Tracy & Bridget Murray

MALE b. 3 July 1864 Ballinasloe (LDS)

Michael b. 18 July 1864 Ballinasloe (LDS)

 

John Grehan m. Bridget Duffy 24 July 1855 Wit: Michael (Trassy) ? & Mary Griffin, Kilclooney Parish

 

Patrick Tracy & Catherine/Kate Ber(r)ane

Honoria b. 17 August 1864 Ballinasloe (LDS)

Patrick b. 18 April 1871 (LDS)

James b. 20 May 1874 (LDS)

 

Patrick K. Treacy and Nancy ???

Michael James Treacy, Sr., b. September 16, 1852, Balinasloe, County Galway, Ireland642, 643, 644, d. June 14, 1922, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN645, 646.

1. Patrick & Nancy Treacy - Ireland (Galloway?) -
2. Their son Michael Treacy married Catherine Francis (Maher) Treacy - I believe immigrated to US, settled in Louisville KY.
Michael/Catherine's children:
my grandmother, Anna Elizabeth Treacy (b. I think 1895) & her siblings are: Joseph, John (b. 1892) (who went by O'Treacy) Aloysius, James, Catherine, Kitty, Agnes. Believe they were all born in KY but could be wrong.
Then the family moves to Indiana - no idea why.

3. Anna Elizabeth Treacy (my grandmother) married Louis Boniface Riester
Their children, John (my father), Mary, Florence
4. John (my father) married Louise Childers
John and Louise had 4 children, of which I am their youngest.
If you have any info relating to this lineage, please email me at alriester@cox.net. I have more info at home with more specific dates, etc. Any info would be greatly appreciated. If you find your info somehow relates to mine, I also have pictures of some of the people from late 1800s to early 1900s.
Anna Riester
http://www.voy.com/104782/

Michael James Treacy (b. 16 September 1852 Galway d. 14 June 1922)

Migrated to: Louisville, Jefferson County, KY in 1876 then to Indianapolis, Marion County, IN in 1900

Additional notes: Catherine Brockman, Joseph Treacy, John Treacy, Anna Treacy, Aloysius Treacy, Timothy Treacy, Maher

Researcher: Pat Treacy 25 September 2006

 

Thomas Treacy & Mary Kelly

Mark b. 1838 Ballinasloe d. 18 November 1895 (LDS)

1. Thomas Treacy & Mary Kelly of Loughrea and Ballinasloe from 1830's

Thomas Treacy married Mary Kelly at Loughrea in 1827.

1.1 John bapt, 1829 at Loughrea.

1.2 Margt bapt. 1832 at St Michael's Church Ballinasloe. Migrated to Sth Aus.

1.3 Michael bapt. 1835 at St Michael's Church Ballinasloe.

1.4 Mark abt 1838. Migrated to Sth Aus.

1.5 Edward William. abt 1839 Migrated to Sth Aus.

1.6 Mary bapt 1842 at St Michael's Church Ballinasloe.

1.7 Bridget bapt 1845 at St Michael's Church Ballinasloe.

E. Macilwain, millie204@intenode.on.net

Treacy - Ballinasloe, Beal Atha na Sluaighe
Thomas Treacy from Ballinasloe married Mary Kelly in 1827 in Loughrea. First child John was born in Loughrea in 1829 and the rest of the family was born in Ballinasloe. 3 of the children Margaret, Mark and Edward William went to Australiain the 1850s. Looking for family connections.

Irish ancestors

James Murphy Born Co.Armagh.Ireland & Margaret Treacy/Tracy B.Co.Galway Ireland M.North Rhine.S.A.1856. Mark & Edward Treacy Brothers of Margaret Arr.S.A.1859 From New York. James B.Mt.Barker Catholic Cem. S.A.1924. Margaret B.Strathalbyn Catholic Cem.1898.

Margaret Allison (View posts) 18 Mar 2001

Treacy connection in Burra S.A.

Margaret, Mark & Edward William Treacy arrived Adelaide in 1850s from Galway.I am on the Mark Treacy branch

Elizabeth Macilwain (View posts) 1 Aug 2006

Thomas Treacy (1805-) & Mary Kelly (1810-)

Margaret Treacy 1833-1898

*       Mark Treacy 1838-1895

Edward William Treacy 1839-1908

 

29 January 1876 The South Australian Advertiser

TREACY-SHAW.—On the 13th of January, at Pichirichi, North, by the Rev. Father Nevin, Edward Treacy, second son of Mr. Thomas Treacy, Ballinasloe, Ireland, to Mary Jane, eldest daughter of the late Levi Shaw, of Woodside South Australia, Adelaide.

 

Thomas Treacy, 4137, The Conaught Rangers (Special Reserve), discharged July 1913

19 years b. 1893, RC, Town labourer, 5'7.75", 143 lbs, 37" chest, hazel eyes, black hair, single, scar back of neck, father James & sister Sarah (E) Fawn Street Derry next of Kin

born St. Michaels, near Derry, Donegal

Reference: John Moran, Fish Dealer, Dunlo Street, Ballinasloe, Galway. Thomas Treacy worked Driving Fish Cart for 10 months until 5/12/1912 [before joining up]

 

William Tracey & Mary Larkin

Michael b. 20 August 1844 Sp. Michael & Sara Hemsworth

1844 Aug.20 n. 21B. Michael Tracey fil Gul. et Maria Larkin c.PP Michael & Sara Hemsworth, St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Ballinasloe

 

 

 

Noel Treacy (Nollaig Ó Treasaigh) born 18 December 1952 Ballinsloe, Co. Galway, the son of Martin Treacy and Margaret Lally. Educated St. Joseph's College, Garbally, Ballinsloe, Co. Galway. Married to Mary Cloonan, four daughters. He is a Fianna Fáil member and has been a Teachta Dála (TD - member of parliament) for Galway East since 1982.

Political Record:

Member of the Irish Auctioneers and Valuers Institute and Irish Livestock Auctioneers Association.

Member Macra na Feirme since 1968: Macra na Tuaithe and Muintir na Tíre.

Represented Connacht on the GAA National Youth Council 1970-83.

Youth Officer, Galway GAA County Board 1970-83.

First elected May 1982, in a bye-election, and at each subsequent election.

Chairman Galway/Mayo Regional Development Organisation 1986-87.

Galway County Vocational Education Committee 1985-91.

Member of Galway County Council 1985-91 (Chairman 1986-87).

Established County Enterprise Boards 1994.

Member of the Environment and Sustainable Development Committee 1995-97.

Minister of State:

Department of the Taoiseach 1988-89 and became the State's First Minister for Heritage Affairs.

Department of Health 1989-91.

Department of Finance (with special responsibility for the Office of Public Works and the Central Development Committee) 1992-93.

Departments of the Taoiseach, Finance, Transport, Energy and Communications (with special responsibility for Energy 1993-94).

Department of Enterprise, Trade & Employment (with special responsibility for Science, Technology and Commerce 1997-2002).

Department of Agriculture and Food (with special responsibility for Food and Horticulture) 2002-04.

Departments of An Taoiseach and Foreign Affairs with special responsibility for European Affairs 2004-07.

Contact: Cross Street, Athenry, Co. Galway. Tel: 091-844360 Fax: 091-844360

http://www.fiannafail.ie/people/noel-treacy/

 

Galway Independent 31 October 2007

Deputy Noel Treacy has been brought in from the cold after he lost his junior ministry after last May's election. He will chair the committee on the Good Friday Agreement a position worth €20,000. Deputy Treacy said he is honoured to have been appointed chair of this committee. "This committee has been established by An Taoiseach, Bertie Ahern TD, to oversee any issues arising from Ireland's role as a signatory to the Good Friday Agreement. I have maintained a very strong interest in the affairs of the North throughout my 25 years unbroken service as a Dáil Deputy and I am honoured to be heading up this important Committee."

 

It has been stated that Noel Treacy was not a ‘fan’ of Bertie Ahern.

 

 

 

 Ballymacward & Clonkeenkerrill (& Gorteen)

 

Michael Tressy & Bridget Mannion

Patrick b. 15 March 1877 (LDS)

Margaret b. 25 November 1878 Clough (LDS) Clogh?

 

Michael Treacy & Bridgida Mannion

Eleanora b. 21 September 1894 bapt. 29 September 1894 Sp: Michael Ward & Julianna Hard?

 

 Beagh (& Shanaglish)

 

Inscriptions from Shanaglish, Beagh Parish, Galway.

This monument was erected by Michael Hoarty and Michael Tracy in memory of his father John Hoarty for them and posterity Dec 6th A.D. 1824

 

 Boyounagh (& Glenamaddy/Glennamaddy)

 

Michael Reily & Jane Mitchel

Michael b. 4/1/1860 Gotthajer Sp. Michael Mitchell & Cath Tracey

 

Catherine Treacy

I am looking for family of my grandmother Catherine Treacy. From what I have been able to find out is that she was from Kiltullagh, Glennamaddy, Co. Galway. She came to the States, I believe in 1911. She lived in New York City.
John Swift May 6, 2006

 

Daniel Treacy & Honor Flaherty

Anne b. 13 August 1865 Glennamaddy (LDS)

 

Daniel Treacy, b. 11 Jul 1917 Patch Glenanaddy County Galwy Ireland, Arrival: 09 Jun 1949 Buffalo, New York from Canada

 

Francis Tr(e)acey & Ann(e) Boyle

Francis b. 5 July 1870 (LDS)

Michael James b. 19 July 1875 (LDS)

Bernard Joseph b. 20 May 1879 Carenderry (LDS) [Carrownderry?]

 

James Treacy & Ellen Gormley

Michael b. 4 October 1865 Glennamaddy (LDS)

Mary b. 25 June 1868 Glennamaddy (LDS)

Margaret b. 10 August 1871 (LDS)

 

John J Treacy, born 1896, from Kiltullagh, Glenamaddy, Co. Galway, educated 1912-1919, ordained 1919, Wilcannia-Forbes, Presbytery, Bourke, NS Wales. Served in Broken Hill, Barham, Bourke and Warren. Vicar General 1953-1964. Monsigor, 1954. Died 16/8/1964. Burried at Warren. CLV (1965) 96.

McEvoy, John (1993) St. Patrick’s College Carlow 1793-1993. St. Patricks’s College, Carlow.

 

John Treacy & Mary Mullin

Mary b. 24 July 1873 (LDS)

John Treacy from Glennamaddy/Woodfield

I am trying to find an Irish connection to my G.Grand father John Treacy from Woodfield, Glennamaddy. All I have is that he was married to Mary Mullen and I believe they had three daughters Bridget/ Delia-born in 1876. Nora born in 1871-and Mary born in 1873. My Grand mother was Bridget who married James Donovan here in Boston. I would appreciate any leads to the connections to Glennamaddy, Ireland. If anyone knows the name and address of a parish in glennamaddy that would help too.

Noreen King Noreen in Boston 8 Feb 2005

 

Michael Tr(e)acy & Margarey/Margaret Fahy

Margaret b. 1 June 1866 Glennamaddy (LDS)

Hugh b. 18 February 1870 (LDS)

Bridget b. 20 June 1880 (LDS)

 

Patrick Treacy m. Mary Keeffe [State Reg: Glennamaddy, 1st Quarter 1887 4 204] [see 1901 and 1911 census, Kiltullagh, Kiltullagh, Galway]

Michael Treacy. Rank 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Munster Fusiliers 4th batt. Killed in action France 21/3/1918. Born Ireland, age 27.

Son of the late Patrick and Mary Treacy, of Kiltullagh, Glenamaddy, Co. Galway.

4th Bn. attd. 1st Bn. Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France

 

Police and Fire Brigade Roll of Honour at Sheffield Cathedral

To the glory of God and of the Sheffield City Police Force lives whilst serving with his majesty...Lieut...M. Treacy, Royal Muster Fussiliers...

http://sheffieldsoldierww1.co.uk/Memorial/Fire%20and%20Police.html

 

Michael Treacey, Sheffield, England. Killed in the Great War, 1918.

I have been researching the names on a memorial in Sheffield Cathedral, England, which remembers the policemen and firemen who fell in the Great War 1914-18.

“Sheffield Police and Fire Brigade

To the glory of god and to the undying memory of the members of the Sheffield city police force and fire brigade who gave their lives whilst serving with her majesty's forces during the great war 1914-1919”

There are details relating to Michael Treacey. Was he a policeman or a fireman. His parents Patrick and Mary were from Kiltullagh, Glenamaddy, County Galway, Ireland. I'd like to know details about his family and his career if possible.
Can anybody tell me more
Kind regards
Robert. smiths565 17 Apr 2008

 

I have been researching the names on a memorial in Sheffield Cathedral, England, which remembers the policemen and firemen who fell in the Great War 1914-18
The result of this research is on my website http://www.stannington.webitsmart.co.uk/ in the 'Sheffield' section. There are details relating to Michael Treacey. Was he a policeman or a fireman. His parents Patrick and Mary were from Kiltullagh, Glenamaddy, County Galway, Ireland. I'd like to know details about his family and his career if possible.
Can anybody tell me more
Kind regards
Robert.

 

Tom Treacy (1895? - 1981) by alias archie [Photograph] [see Kilcolman (& Claremorris) Co. Mayo]

Thomas Treacy m. Agnes Brett 1925 [State Registration: Marriage Jan - Mar 1925 Glennamaddy Vol: 4  Page: 121] 

Authorised Raleigh dealer in his bicycle shop in Glenamaddy, Co. Galway. Taken early '70s.

http://www.flickriver.com/photos/alias-archie/818221282/

seanbro 64 months ago

This shop was on Kilkerrin Road Glenamaddy. His son Sean [see Galway City] was a Landlord in London and I wonder is that the same Sean Treacy in you 50's picture. He (Sean) wrote a book called The Smell of Broken Glass". Tom was a very kind neighbour and friend, his wife was a school teacher in the village. Tom fixed and sold bikes, he also sold batteries radios and cigs. He had a glass cabinet on the counter where he sold mouth organs and penny whistles from. If there is a heaven he has the same shop there as he would have gone directly. I served mass as an alter boy at his funeral. I would love to have a copy original file of this as it would be a beautiful picture for my house in the UK of happy childhood memories.

alias archie 64 months ago

Thank you Sean for your touching tribute. Tom taught me how to ride a bike during one of my summer holidays home and he used to lend me his wife's bike to get around. You are right in the connection you make between Tom and Sean. Sean later went on to manage The Queen's Elm after the Finches, and I have commented on his tenure there at : www.flickr.com/photos/alias-archie/3994010248/

 

Treacys of Glenamaddy [Glennamaddy]

Treacy family from Lisheenaheilta [Lisheennaheltia], Glenamaddy area. Treacy's originally from Woodfield, Rush possibly originally from Carramana. Supposedly a Comer married a Treacy

Thomas Treacy (from Woodfield) married Bridget Rush they had the following children

Thomas b. 1884,

Mary b. 1886, went to and stayed in Boston. Married William Mullin

John b. 1887, went to Boston but returned to Glenamaddy area

Helen b. 1889, went to and stayed in Boston. Married William Lester

Michael b. 1891, joined US Navy died 1918 in Boston

Thomas b. 1896, married Nora Canny remained in Lisheenaheltia

Bridget b. 1896, married Peter Casby stayed in Middletown and then Glenamaddy

Patrick b. 1899, possibly went to Australia

Helen was my grandmother. Honoria Treacy b. April 6, 1889 to James Treacy and Ellen Treacy (Higgins?) in Derrooghs District of Glenamaddy. Catherine b. June 14, 1889 to Patrick Treacy and Mary Treacy (Keeffe) in Kietallagh? District of Glenamaddy. If either of these belong to you let me know and I will send you the birth certificate. I was looking for my grandmother Helen Treacy b. 1889 and these were the two listed. I got them thinking maybe her name was changed or something. The local church is St. Patrick Church in Glenamaddy. There is a website www.glenamaddy.net. There is a link to the church and some good information about the town.

Good Luck. Patti in Boston

Patti Matthews patti93@comcast.net 27 June 2005

Hi Patti, I'm replying to an old post so I'm not sure if you'll get this. Anyway I hope you do - Thomas Treacy (son of Thomas Treacy and Bridget Rushe) from Lisheenaheilta was my maternal grandfather. My father's family (Slattery) are also from Lisheen. I recently asked my mother (born Ellen Treacy, always known as Eileen) about her father's brothers and sisters - she knew that many of them emigrated to the Boston area, and gave this list to the best of her recollections:
John - emigrated to America
Patrick - emigrated to Manchester England
Michael (who my mom thought was the eldest) - emigrated to America
Thomas - my grandfather, died in Lisheen in 1964, had 10 surviving children, nearly all of whom emigrated to England shortly after the war
Mary - emigrated to America
Nellie - emigrated to America - I'm guessing this is Helen your grandmother?
Bridget - stayed in Ireland
I'm trying to work back a generation or two further back, as I'm interested in finding out what happened to these families during the famine. I'm hoping to take a trip later this year to look through the parish records for Boyounagh, but I'd love to get any other info you might have on your grandmother's aunts/uncles or grandparents.

Thanks and hope to hear from you, Mark Slattery (Glasgow, Scotland) markslatt 23 Jun 2007

Mark, I am so excited reading your post. I have been in contact with Treacy families in the Lisheen/Glenamaddy area in the past but they were always a different Treacy family. I do have some information from baptismal and birth records I got when I was in Ireland and I will be glad to send you everything I have.
John did come to Boston but went back to Glenamaddy with his wife and children.
Patrick I don't know very much about.
Thomas of course you know about
Michael joined the US Navy and died here in Chelsea Mass. at the Naval Hospital of pneumonia
Mary was the first to come to Boston, she married but had no children
Nellie (Helen) is indeed my grandmother and she came to Boston, returned to Ireland and then came back and married. My daughter is named Tracey after my grandmother. Bridget married a Casby and stayed in the Glenamaddy area. Most of her children came to Boston. Noreen Casby has given me some of the information I have. Does your mom have a brother that still lives in the Glenamaddy area? I think, a few years back, my father met a Willie? Treacy who came over to visit Noreen Casby. I will get together whatever information I have and send it to you.

My email is patti93@comcast.net. Patti 24 Jun 2007

1917-1918 Draft Registration   

Michael J Tracy, b. Sept 20 1892 Glenamaddy Galway Ireland, lives 16 Ellet Boston Mass, single grocers clerk

Michael Joseph Tracy, Ship's Cook, fourth class, N. R. F.: died 9 Sept., 1918, at Naval Hospital, Chelsea, of disease. Enr. 8 June, 1918; assigned 5 July to Naval Training Camp, Hingham; trans. 25 July to Naval Rifle Range, Wakefield; 7 Aug. to Receiving Ship, Boston; 2 Sept. to Naval Hospital.

Born 9 Sept., 1893, at Lisheenaheilta, Glenamaddy, County Galway, Ire., son of Thomas (died 1900) and Bridget (Rushe) Tracy; brother of John, Thomas, Patrick, all of Lisheenaheilta. Ellen (wife of William Lester) of Boston, and Mary (wife of William Mullen) and Bridget (wife of William Casley), both living in Ireland, 1919. Clerk. Resident in Massachusetts four years. Of Dorchester.

 

??? Tracey & Nellie Keaveny

Pat b. 6/1860 Sp. ???

 

17th June 1918 The New York Times/New York Tribune

Rev. Frank W. Tracy, native Williamstown, County Galway, Ireland, June 14, St. Mary’s Hospital, Rochester, Minn. Solumn High Mass Wednesday morning, 10 o’clock, St. John Chrysostrom Church, 167th St. and Hoe Av. Interment St. Raymond’s.

December 14, 1911 The Macon Times-Democrat [Macon Missouri]

Rev. Frank W. Tracy, pastor of the Catholic church, and his sister Miss Nancy Tracy, were called to New York Friday by the death of their sister.

1912 The Official Catholic Directory and Clergy List

Macon, Macon Co.. Immaculate Conception, Rev. Frank W. Tracy.

1917-1918

Rev. Frank W. Tracy, resident Chaplain, St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Minn.

 

 

1937-8 Schools’ Manuscript Collection

Answers by Shawn Treacy, Glenamaddy, Co. Galway.

UCD School of Irish, Celtic Studies, Irish Folklore and Linguistics

http://hdl.handle.net/10151/OB_2001238_IF

 

 

 

1937-8 Schools’ Manuscript Collection

Stories by Bridget Treacy, Leitra [Lettera], Glenamaddy, Co. Galway, collected from Michael Treacy, Patch [both Clonbern Civil Parish]

UCD School of Irish, Celtic Studies, Irish Folklore and Linguistics

http://hdl.handle.net/10151/OB_2001068_IF

 

Also:

Paidreacha, Trades, May-day customs, Cures, Lucht siubhal, Luibheanna agus craobhanna and Tighthe na sean-aimsire. Accounts by Bridget Treacy, collected from Michael Treacy.

http://hdl.handle.net/10151/OB_2001077_IF

An gabha agus a chéardán by Bridget Treacy collected from Michael Treacy.

http://hdl.handle.net/10151/OB_2001076_IF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Cappataggle

 

 

History of St. Gabriels Hurling Club, London - Founded 1961 by P.J. Noone

To write about the foundation of St Gabriels hurling club I first have to describe the house where the idea was born and discussed - 64 St. Margarets Road, Kensal Green. It was a house of hurlers, musicians and visitors every night, just like a home from home. This house was owned by Martin Treacy and his wife Bridie. They were both very keen on music and hurling and were from Cappatagle, Co. Galway. There were six lodgers in full board for £2.10s.0.d per week. Pete Crehan R.I.P from Cappatagle, Tom Malone R.I.P from Kilconnell, Sean Malone R.I.P (Toms brother), Raymond Roland R.I.P from Craugwell, Michael Greally from Oranmore Maree and myself P.J. Noone from Cappatagle. It was here sitting by the fire on a winters night that we first talked about forming our own hurling club. The four people who were responsible for its foundations were Packie Grealish (Carnmore), Marty Treacy (Cappatagle), Paddy Malone (Kilconnell) and myself P.J. Noone (Cappatagle) – all Galway men !…

 

 

 

Paddy Treacy of Galway; All-Ireland Senior Flute Champion 1951, 1952, 1965.

Set Dancing News Old news and reviews - Volume 4 - 1999

That's what life is all about

Dear Bill

I teach set dancing for the past fifteen years and my husband is Paddy Treacy, the well known flute player from Galway. He comes from Cappatagle, a few miles west of Ballinasloe. A lot of good musicians came from there. When Paddy moved to Dublin he went to the Pipers Club in Thomas Street where he met Leo Rowsome, Willie Clancy, Bobby Casey, Séan Seery, Kathleen Harrington, Sonny Brogan, John Joe Gannon, Paddy O'Brien and lots more.

He joined the Kincora Ceili Band and J J Gannon and Bobby Casey. They played all over the country and would be away every Sunday night. During this period he played in the Oireachtas flute competition representing the Pipers Club. He got first three times and in 1956 he won the Oireachtas Gold Medal receiving full marks which meant he couldn't enter any more. He won first in the first and second Fleadhs. He gave up playing with the Kincora as we had been married by then and had a young family and Paddy didn't want to be away from home.

A few years later Paddy O'Brien returned from America and started the Lough Gowna Ceili Band so Paddy was asked to join. They broadcast regularly and played in the Oireachtas band competition and won three times. About fifteen years ago he started the Sheelin Ceili Band with Seamus Meehan, Phil McMahon, F De Bruen and A Vaughan, Paddy playing the C melody sax as well as the flute. He packed up the band a year ago and just plays for set dancers in the Merchant Bar every Wednesday. He has been there for the past eleven years. You might think that was near the end of the music. No way, we have an open house with every flute player in Dublin coming to play music. Great fun, lovely friends and that's what life is all about. Of course Paddy being from Galway he has been set dancing since he was a kid and enjoys coming to my classes and ceili with me. We have a wonderful life and wonderful friends thanks to Paddy's music and being involved in set dancing. I am enclosing a photo of Paddy taken last Christmas. Hope you find this of some interest.

Yours sincerely,

Kaye Treacy, Terenure, Dublin

http://www.setdancingnews.net/news/oldnews4.lp

 

 

 

 Clonfert (& Eyrecourt, Meelick)

 

Patrick Treacy born around 1790 - 1794 in Tynagh and Mary Egan, born in 1811 in Loughrea. [see Tynagh]

Edward Treacy, born about 1830 probably in Tynagh or Killimor Galway

Michael Treacy/Trasy born in Killimor, Galway on 25 Mar 1852.

Edward Treacy & Bridget Boland 20 Jan 1857 Killimor John Boland & Michael Burke [see Killimorbologue]

Edward Treac(e)y & Bridget Bolan/Boland

Catherine b. 15 December 1864 Eyrecourt (LDS)

Michael b. 8 November 1866 Eyrecourt (LDS)

Honoria b. 2 July 1871 (LDS)

James b. 12 July 1873 (LDS)

Elizabeth Treacey b. 24 Aug 1875 Galway, Ireland (LDS SR) [Boland]

 

John Tracy & Celia/Secilia Tracy

Anne b. 4 September 1865 Eyrecourt (LDS)

Michael b. 4 April 1871 (LDS)

 

Michael Tracy & Mary Staunton

Ellen b. 20 April 1866 Eyrecourt (LDS)

 

Patrick Treacy & Mary Coolifs

Catherine b. 14 August 1878 Melick (LDS)

 

Patt Tracy & Bridget Gormerly

Bridget b. 28 April 1866 Eyrecourt (LDS)

 

Patrick/Patt Tr(e)acy & Mary Gormerly

Nicholas b. 11 February 1864 Eyrecourt (LDS)

John b. 6 September 1868 Eyrecourt (LDS)

John J. Tracy (b. circa 1871 Galway, Ireland d. 12 Jan 1946 Chicago, Cook, Illinois Age: 75) (s. of Patrick Tracy b. Galway, Ireland & Mary Gormedy b. Co. Galway, Ireland)

Occupation: Carpenter

Spouse: Mary

Burial Date: 15 Jan 1946

Burial Place: Hillside, Cook, Illinois

Cemetery: Mt. Carmel

 

Patt Tracy & Mary Stankard [see Tynagh]

Anne b. 10 December 1864 Eyrecourt (LDS)

Winifred b. 26 June 1867 (LDS)

 

 Clonrush (see also Clare)

 

Daniel Treacy (son of Honora) was born 1855 in Co Galway Ireland, and died date unknown. He married Catherine (Hogan ?).
More About Daniel Treacy:
Occupation: Farmer.
Residence: 1901, Drummaan Boleynagoadh South Co Clare Ireland.
Children of Daniel Treacy and Catherine (Hogan ?) are:

  1. Deliaha Treacy, d. date unknown.
  2. Mathew Treacy, b., Co Clare Ireland, d. date unknown.
  3. +Michael Treacy, d. date unknown.
  4. Mary Treacy, b. 1895, Co Galway Ireland, d. date unknown.
  5. Ellen Treacy, b. 1896, Co Galway Ireland, d. date unknown.
  6. Margaret Treacy, b. 1897, Co Galway Ireland, d. date unknown.
  7. +Katherine Agatha Treacy, b. August 13, 1899, Co Clare Ireland, d. May 27, 1978, Co Cork Ireland. She married Timothy O'Farrell,
  8. Johannah Treacy, b. August 13, 1899, Co Clare Ireland, d. date unknown.
  9. Timothey Treacy, b. 1901, Co Clare Ireland, d. date unknown.
  10. Anne Treacy, b. 1903, Co Clare Ireland, d. December 21, 1963.
  11. Daniel Treacy, b. 1904, Co Clare Ireland, d. date unknown.

 

 Cong (see also Mayo)

 

Thomas Tracy m. Catherine Butler 1878 [State Reg: Thomas Tracy Jan - Mar 1878 Oughterard Vol 4 Page 426]

Thomas Tracey & Kate Butler

Mary b. 12 July 1880 (LDS)

Mary Elizabeth Tracey (d. of Thomas Tracey & Catherine Butler), domestic, 28 years, b. Co. Galway, Ire m. Patrick Joseph Mulvihill (s. of John Mulvihill & Mary Carmody) coachman, 28 years b. Listowel Co. Kerry Ire on 26 Nov 1914 Newton, Boston, Massachusetts (LDS)

[Tracey, Daniel, Oughterard, 3rd Quarter 1887 4 340]

[Tracey, Patrick, Oughterard, 4th Quarter 1889 4 319]

Bridget Tracey (d. of Thomas Tracey & Katherine Butler) Stitcher, 22 years, b. Ireland m. John O Connor (s. of Jeremiah O Connor & Honora O Sullivan) Salesman, 26 years, b. Ireland on 25 Nov 1906 Boston, , Massachusetts (LDS)

Elizabeth Sara Tracey (d. of Thomas J Tracey & Katherine Butler) House keeper, 24 years, b. Ireland m. George Alvin Rogers (s. of Alvin Rogers & Mary A Rogers) Mill operative, 20 years, b. Newbury on 03 Jul 1915 Georgetown, Newbury, Massachusetts [Tracey, Elizabeth Sarah, Oughterard, 3rd Quarter 1891 4 321]

[Tracey, Thomas, Oughterard, 2nd Quarter 1893 4 311]

John Tracey (s. of Thomas Tracey & Catherine Butler) Motorman, 30 years, b. Ireland m. Julia Higgins (d. of Patrick Higgins & Mary Crane) Domestic, 30 years, b. Ireland on 27 Jan 1915 Brookline, Massachusetts (LDS) [Tracey, John James, Oughterard, 3rd Quarter 1895 4 303]

[Tracey, Kathleen Anne, Oughterard, 2nd Quarter 1897 4 309]

[Treacy, Walter, Oughterard, 3rd Quarter 1899 4 305]

 

1901 Census

Thomas Treacy, 42, M, 7 Carrick West, Cong, Galway, Farmer, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, Co Galway

Kate Treacy, 40, F, Carrick West, Cong, Galway, Roman Catholic, Wife, Married, Co Galway

Mary Treacy, 20, F, Carrick West, Cong, Galway, Farmers Daughter, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Daniel Treacy, 12, M, Carrick West, Cong, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

Bridget Treacy, 16, F, Carrick West, Cong, Galway, Farmers Daughter, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Lizzie Treacy, 10, F, Carrick West, Cong, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Galway

Patrick Treacy, 8, M, Carrick West, Cong, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

James Treacy, 5, M, Carrick West, Cong, Galway, Scholar, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

Walter Treacy, 2, M, Carrick West, Cong, Galway, Roman Catholic, Son, Not Married, Co Galway

John Treacy, 20, M, Carrick West, Cong, Galway, Farm Servant, Roman Catholic, Nephew, Not Married, Co Galway

 

1911 Census

Thomas Treacy, 64, M, 21 Carrick, West, Cong, Galway (head, farmer)

Mary Treacy, 50, F, Carrick, West, Cong, Galway (married 7 years, 2 children, b. Mayo)

Walter Treacy, 11, M, Carrick, West, Cong, Galway (son)

Margret Treacy, 5, F, Carrick, West, Cong, Galway (daughter)

Thomas Treacy, 0-8 months, M, Carrick, West, Cong, Galway (son)

 

Tommy Tracey

Born about 1855 in Cornamona, Co. Galway Died [date unknown] in Tullamore, Co. Offaly

Husband of Catherine Butler — b. September 12, 1857 in Cleggan, Co. Galway, married [date unknown] [location unknown]

Husband of Mary Shaughnessy — b. The Neale, Co. Mayo, married [date unknown] [location unknown]

Father of:

  1. Eddie Tracey ( - )
  2. Living Tracey ( - )
  3. Living Tracey ( - )
  4. Margaret Tracey ( - ) m. Bill Foley
  5. Tom Tracey ( - )
  6. Mary Tracey (July 12, 1880 - )
  7. Hugh Tracey (June 17, 1883 - )
  8. Bridget Tracey (1884 - ) m. John O'Connor
    1. Living O'Connor ( - )
    2. Living O'Connor ( - )
    3. Living O'Connor ( - )
    4. Living O'Connor ( - )
    5. Living O'Connor ( - )
  9. Daniel Tracey (1885 - ) m. Ethel Xxx
    1. Living Tracey ( - )
    2. Living Tracey ( - )
    3. Living Tracey ( - )
    4. Living Tracey ( - )
    5. Living Tracey ( - )
    6. Living Tracy ( - )
  10. Patrick Tracey (1889 - ) m. Anna M Xxx
    1. Living Tracey ( - )
      1. Living Tracey ( - )
    2. Living Tracey ( - )
      1. Living Tracey ( - )
    3. [private grandson (1920's - 1980's)] m. [private spouse]
      1. [private (unknown - unknown)]
  11. Walter Tracey (1899 - July 1970)

Boston Tracey family from Galway

I'm searching for a set of Tracey siblings who emigrated from Galway, Ireland to the Boston area in the early 1900s. Possible names are Daniel, Patrick, and John. They changed the spelling of their surname from Treacy to Tracey when they came to the US. I want to determine whether or not our James Tracey/Treacy is also a sibling of this family. Our James was a US marine (WW1 & WW2) who eventually settled in New Jersey, but talked of having siblings in Boston. Most likely, James is of the Treacy family from Cornamona, Galway listed in the 1901 Irish Census. Parents were Thomas Treacy and Katherine Butler. Siblings Patrick, Daniel, Mary, Bridget, and Elizabeth are all found to have emigrated to Boston, as well as James. In Boston, they spell their surname as Tracy or Tracey.

TomIreland44 4 Feb 2014

 

 

 

 Craughwell

 

 

Looking for my ancestors.

My great grandfather was Michael Connolly and he was born in 1831 approx in Strongfort Craughwell. He married Mary Raftery from Garracloone Craughwell on 07-02-1860. Her parents were Patrick Raftery and Ellenora Flemming. I would like to who their parents were and what siblings they had.

I would also like to know about my great grand aunt. She was Honoria Connolly from Strongfort, Craughwell. She married James Tracy on 10-02-1852. He may have been from Coolraugh, Ganty or Craughwell His father may have been either Michael or Peter

Mary Connolly 11 September 2012 http://www.irelandxo.com/group/killeenadeema-aille-leitrim-galway/messages/looking-my-ancestors

 

 

 Dunmore

 

 

Surname Researchers

Treacy, Tracey

 Of NY, NJ

From Dunmore

Beth Tracey

 

On the History and Antiquities of the Parish of Dunmore, in the Baronies of Dunmore & Ballymoe, Co. Galway by the Rev. J. Neiry

Journal of the Galway Archaeological & Historical Society

ii. The Ordnance Survey Letters

J. O'Donovan to Geo. A. Larcom

Of the Parish of Dunmore Tuam, Aug., 30th. 1838

Situation: This parish is bounded on the north by the county of Roscommon and the parish of 'Teampull a tochum' (Templetogher) in this county: on the east by the parish of Bweenaunagh (buidheanach) (Boyounagh) and Cloonbern (Clonbern): on the south by Cloonbern and the parish of Tuam in which a part of it is isolated: and on the west by the parish of Addragoole.

Name: In the Ancient Irish Annals, this place is called 'Dunmor,' signifying large 'Dun' or earthen fort: which is the true name, though present tradition interprets it as if it were written 'Dun Moire,' "the Dun of Moira," daughter of the great navigator Manannan.

History: Tradition says that this place took its name from an earthen fort rected by 'More' the daughter of 'Manannan,' with which a large castle was afterwards erected immediately after the English invasion of 'Haiste,' a distinguished Chieftan of the Conquest, the ancestor of the present people called 'Hosty,' now numerous in this part of the country. We have, ‘now’, no historical authority to prove when or by whom this castle of Dunmore was erected, but the tradition is vivid and I think true. It has been preserved by Donnell Treacy, who lives at the old Castle, from the lips of the poet Cormac O'Coman, who lived to the age of 110 and who was the living 'Fintan' (fountain) of the history of Connaught in his time.

Dr. O'Connor states in the Stowe catalogue that the Annals of Connaught are the best history for the Castles of Connaught. Do they mention this Castle of Dunmore (in Conmaice Kinel Dubhain - (modernised Divaney, Dwane and Divine, still in use) which was in later times called Dun Mor Fheorais?

The tradition preserved by old Treacey (note: and preserved by Tommie Treacey, grand-nephew of Donal according to Rev. Neary), from the mouth of the poet O'Coman, is that the noble 'Haiste' (Hosty Merrick was killed in 1272, 'Annals of Lough Cé', and buried at Annaghboggan near Lake Beltra, Burrishoole), the son of Membric, a distinguished warrior of the Welsh nation, commenced erecting a castle a short distance to the west of where Dunmore Castle now stands, but that the fairy who presides over the place, Mor ni Mananain, not wishing that he should erect his fortress there, destroyed by night as much as his masons had erected by day, and that she continued to do so for several nights until Haiste consulted a Magician, who told him that Mor-Ny-Mhanannain did not wish him to place his fortress there, but that she would be willing to allow him erect it on the site of her own fort, and Hasty, taking the advice of the Sage, and seeing the old 'Dun' a favourable position, immediately commenced to build there, and More, being delighted to view so lofty a pile towering over the humble mounds of her ancient fortress, suffered no fairy to interrupt the work.

Hosty was not long in the quiet possession of this Castle when Bermingham came hither from the north, where he was after gaining a great victory, and drove him out of it partly by force and partly by treachery ; and his descendants who assumed the name of Mac-orish, maintained possession of it until the wars of Ireland, when Col. Hoath drove them out. This is all that tradition remembers of this fortress.

The Castle stands on a small hill over a rivulet about a quarter mile to the west of the little town of Dunmore. The hill seems to have been originally crowned with an earthen 'Dun', from which the name, but it is now so effaced that no idea can be drawn as to the extent or character. The entire hill was enclosed by a strong wall now almost entirely destroyed, some of it scattered about in massy fragments, and some tumbled in the rivulet.

The Castle itself is a square building, measuring on the inside 45 feet in length and 27 in breadth, and, as well as I could judge by the eye, 60 in height. Walls 7 ft. thick. It had three lofts, as appears from the windows and the holes for joists. It certainly does not appear to be the fabric erected by Hosty-Mac-Membric. The Four Masters have collected the following Annals of this place, from which it appears that it was an ancient Irish Military station before the arrival of the Anglo-Norman and Welsh families.

"1133, Cormac MacCarthy and Conor O'Brien led an army into Connaught and killed Cathal O'Conor Raydamna of Connaught and O'Flynn, chief of Sil-moc-lomain, and the demolished Dunmugdorn and Dun-More, and plundered a great part of the country."

"1143, Morogh O'Melaghlin, King of Meath, was most treacherously taken prisoner by King Turlogh O'Conor, and confined with other Meathian prisoners in Dun-More."

"1159, Murtagh MacLoughlin (presumptive monarch of Ireland) with the nobles of Kinel-Connell, Kinel-Owen and Oriel, marched an army into Connaught and burned Dun-More, Dun-Ciar and Dun na ngall and devastated a great part of the country."

These three notes are antecedent to the period of Hosty Mac Membric. The following are subsequent to it:

"1249, Dunmore was burned by he sons of the King of Connaught."

"1271, Matthew O'Conor was killed by the English of Dunmore."

"1284, Dunmore was burned by Fiachra O'Flynn."

"1569, Sir Henry Sydney took (the Castle of) Dunmore Mac-Feorais and Roscommon."

Archdall is wrong in making this the 'Domhnach padraig' of the Tripartite, as we shall show when treating the parish of Donagh-patrick. It is sufficient here to observe that the two names are not identical, and that Dun-more is not a corruption of Domhnach-more as Donshaughlin in Meath of Domhnach Seachlainn. ‘It is possible that it could be a corruption of it,’ but, we know from history that it is not.

We therefore come to the historical conclusion that there was no abbey at Dun-mor in Cor-maicne Kinel-Dubhain until the year 1425, when Walter de Birmingham, Lord Baron of Athenry, erected there a friary for Augustinian Eremites. The remains of this house are in the same state as described by the French artists in 1779:

"This Abbey is in the town of Dunmore, and, I believe, was much larger, but cannot be traced as the ground is level and no ruins about, it being a kind of market, the part A. on the plan is a waste, the arches built up, and B. is converted into a parish church where service is performed. Over the door C. are arms and an inscription which I copied. Said to be built by the Lords of "Athenry".

 

Griffiths Valuation 1855

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

 

1880’s Fenians

“In Dunmore the ‘centre’, I think, was Pat Treacy, a shoemaker.”

Ryan, Mark Francis (1946) Fenian Memories.

 

Ann Tracy & John Collins

John b. 3/3/1837 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon Michael Fallon)

 

Bartholomew/Barthy Tracy m. Cath/Kati Tracy 6/11/1843 Dunmore Parish (Wit Felix Tracy & Winny Royan) Disp in 3º & 3º cons

Michael b. 8/9/1844 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon Felix Tracy & Brigit Tracy)

Bartholomew Trasy & Catherine Trasy

John b. 20 April 1867 (LDS)

 

Delia Tracey, 21, of Newburyport, b. Co. Galway Ire, (d. of Bartholemew & Kate Tracey) [Bartholemew Tracey & Kate Tracey of Dunmore? Co. Galway] m. Daniel Manning, 25, of Newburyport, Miner, b. Co. Kerry Ire (s. of Owen & Kate Manning) 11 Jun 1878 Newburyport, Massachusetts

 

Mary Jane Tracy, 22, domestic, of Newburyport, b. Ireland (d. of Bartholomew Tracy & Catherine Tracy) m. Michael Coffill, 27, ship carpenter, of Newburyport, b. Bath M? (s. of John Coffill & Ann (Cartin) Coffill) 05 May 1884 Newburyport, Massachusetts

 

Sabina Tracy, Newburyport, 1886, Marriage, 370, 326

La...Ina [Sabina] Tracy, 20, of Newburyport, domestic, b. Co. Galway Ire (d. of Bartley & Catherine Tracy) m. John J. Keleher, 20, of Newburyport, Harnin? maker, b. Co. Cork Ire (s. of John & N...[Nora] Keleher) 23 Nov 1886 Newburyport, Massachusetts

 

Bernard Tracy & Mary Donely (Donelan LDS)

James b. 19/9/1835 Gortmagine Dunmore Parish (Spon James Collins & Margt Costillon)

 

Bridgit Tracy m. Martin Baken? 26/3/1865 Dunmore Parish (Wit Pat ? & Catherine Tracy)

 

Briget Tracy m. Malachy Egan 18/2/1846 Dunmore Parish (Wit Michael Corry & Maria Blake)

 

Bryan Tracy & Mary Donelan

Mary b. 5/2/1843 Gortnagguine Dunmore Parish (Spon James Tracy & Brigit Mannion)

 

Bryan Tracy & Mary Donely

Ann b. 28/7/1838 Gortnagine Dunmore Parish (Spon Michael Fallon & Brigit Collins)

 

Bryan & Mary Treacy

Owen b. 5/7/1849 Dunmore Parish (Spon Cash ?)

 

30/11/1852 Piodgur Donchoo to Cath Tracy (baptism?)

 

Cathleen M Treacy (b. 22 October 1795 Snipehill Roscommon d. 2 November 1889 Carrowkeel Galway) m. Martin Finaghty (1783-1851) 11 February 1809 Snipehill Roscommon

Bernadus Bryan Finnerty 1813-1856

http://gw.geneanet.org/verdi1?lang=en;pz=dirk+oscar+gustaaf;nz=vermeersch;ocz=0;p=cathleen+m;n=treacy

 

Cath Tracy & William Picket

William b. 6/6/1835 Iuastir? Dunmore Parish (Spon Pat Picket & Margaret Conolly)

 

Denis Tracy m. Cecily Burke 3/4/1837 Dunmore Parish (Wit Danl Tracy & Catt Maddigan). Cert to Denis Tracy permission parochi sponsors de Kilcoman.

 

Denis Tracy & Mary Breheny

John b. 11/2/1857 (Spon Mich Breheny & Brid Tracy)

Brid b. 24/12/1860? Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon Wm Breheny & Bridgt Reilly?)

 

Denis Tracy & Mary Kearns/Kirrane

Bridget b. 2/1/1834 Dunmore Parish (Spon Michael Gowlan & Mary Tracey) Kirrane

Margaret b. 9/7/1836 Gortnalia Dunmore Parish (Spon Denis Tracy & Mary Harris) Keans

 

Denis Tracy & Margaret Mannion

Thomas b. 6/3/1844 Gurteen Dunmore Parish (Spon John Tracy & Mary Tracy)

 

Denis Trassy/Treacy & Marg(a)ret Man(n)ion

Hugh b. 6 August 1872 (LDS)

Patrick Trassy b. 5th March 1874 Galway (LDS)

Ellen b. 20 August 1875 (LDS)

Mary b. 11 June 1877 (LDS)

Michael b. 1 May 1879 Minlcana (LDS)

From Menlena, Dunmore area of Co. Galway. I have Dennis Treacy born 1830's and died 1919. I am looking for His father. He was a farmer married to Margaret Mannion b.? and died 1936.

Chris Treacy chrisdeb@umd5.umd.edu

 

Ogustius Tracey & Marg Mannion

Michael born 19/1/1879 bapt 23/1/1879 Dunmore Parish (Spon John Regington & Maria Mannion)

Diogenus Tracey & Mar Mannion

Thomas born 18/12/1880 bapt 30/12/1880 Dunmore Parish (Spon Mat Killarrat & Maria Mannion)

 

Felix Tracy & Judith Commons

Mary b. 14 or 16/7/1833

Stephen b. 5/2/1837 Grange Dunmore Parish (Spon Pat Fallon & Sibina Tracy)

 

Honor Trassy m. Michl Ward 17/7/1854 Dunmore Parish

 

Hugh Tracy m. Mary Brogan 12/6/1841 Dunmore Parish (Wit James & Winifred Kearney)

 

Hugh Tracy m. Ellen Feeny/Feany 5/3/1834 Dunmore Parish (Wit Richard Feany & Briget Fleming)

Mary b. 30/5/1836 Cavlle? Dunmore Parish (Spon Richard Feeney & Sissy Devine)

Brigit b. 14/8/1838 Sorriltown Dunmore Parish (Spon Edmund Fitzpatrick & Mary Keady)

 

Hugh Tracy & Ellen Finigan

Patrick b. 23/1/1835 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon Pat Tracy & Briget Hely)

 

Hugh Tracy & Eleanor Ruane

Patrick b. 26/1/1836 Missliana? Dunmore Parish (Spon Edm Ruane & Mary Coghlan)

Ellen b. 28/8/1838 Carnaseer Dunmore Parish (Spon Margaret Tracy)

 

Hugh Tracy & Ellen Rush

Margaret b. 10/2/1835 Dunmore Parish (Spon Peter Rush & Mary Tracy)

 

Hugh? Tracy & Mary Whelps

John b. 27/9/1856? Shrule? Dunmore Parish (Spon Mich & Mary Lyons)

 

James Tracy/Treacy & Mary Glynn

Thomas Tracy b. 30 Dec 1858 of Knockatee Sp Jno Collins & Margaret Tracy Dunmore Parish

Catherine b. 1 June 1868 (LDS)

Patrick b. 23 February 1871 (LDS)

 

John Treacy/Treasy & Mary Cloonan

Mary b. 28 March 1864 Dunmore (LDS)

Bridget b. 18 November 1865 Dunmore (LDS)

Thomas b. 18 February 1868 (LDS)

Kate b. 25 September 1879 (LDS)

 

John Tracy m. Margaret/Mary Kirrane 18/1/1841 Dunmore Parish (Wit Thomas Sheill & Winifred Tracy)

Martin? B. 10/11/1843 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon Pat Tracy & Mary Tracy) Mary

 

Certificate to John Tracy 12/11/1837 Dunmore Parish

John Tracy & Margaret Mannion

Mary b. 26/10/1838 Tonbane Dunmore Parish (Spon Michael Tracy & Mary Tracy)

Brigit b. 4/11/1840 Gurteen Dunmore Parish (Spon Mary Ronan)

 

Malachy Tracy m. Brigit Tracy 11/2/1836 at Liskeeny by Rev Pat Garvey Dunmore Parish

Patrick b. 5/1/1838 Knockatee Donmore Parish (Spon Pat Kelly & Mary Tracy)

 

Marg Tracy & Thomas Cruice?

Mary b. 14/4/1837 Dunmore parish (Spon Brigit Lally)

 

Margaret Tracey m. Thomas Carrick? 15/1/1834 Dunmore Parish (Wit James Tracy & Catherine Donelan)

 

Margaret Tracy & Thomas Coughlan

Mary b. 16/12/1833 (Conghlan?)

Patrick b. 17/2/1838 Camradeen? Dunmore Parish (Spon Mary Egan)

 

Martin Tracey m. Ellen Connelly 20/1/1858 Dunmore Parish (Wit Michl Nolan & Brid Connelly)

 

Martin Treacy m. Sarah Hallery 16/5/1849? Dunmore Parish (Wit James Collins & Sibana Walsh)

 

Martin & Julana Treacy

Mich b. 9/9/1848 (Spon Brady & Gellons)

 

Martin & Serah Treacey

John b. 12/1/1849 Dunmore Parish (Spon Pall? & Hanor Treacy)

 

Mary Tracy & Cormac Commons

Patrick b. 17/2/1835 Ballagh Dunmore Parish (Spon Peter Commons & Mary Parkinson)

Thomas b. 3/1/1838 Ballagh Dunmore Parish (Spon Pat Donelan & Ann Redington)

 

Mary Trassy m. John Guilimore? 20/3/1861 Dunmore Parish

 

Mary Treacy m. Pat Henehan? 22/1/1866 Dunmore Parish (Wit John Boroll? & Catherine Rergan?)

 

Mary Tracy & John Ivrings?

Mary b. 6/9/1844 Kiltulla Dunmore Parish (Spon Margaret Tracy)

 

Mary Tracy & Pat Kelly

Patrick b. 29/3/1834 Dunmore Parish (Spon Maria Reilly)

Brigit b. 2/2/1837 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon Barth Tracy & Sibina Tracy)

Mary b. 3/6/1845 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon Pat Collins & Ann Tracy)

 

Mary Tracy & Owen Micelkeor?

Catherine b. 31/8/1845 Cappagh Dunmore Parish (Spon Michael Tracy & Margaret Heveran)

 

Mary Tracy & Andrew Qualter

Sibina Qualter b. 29/9/1836 Knock Dunmore Parish (Spon Peter Cullinan & Brigit Qualter)

 

Dick Dowling, Galway's Hero of Confederate Texas

Dick Dowling was born in 1837, the year Texans were celebrating their first anniversary as citizens of an independent republic and Galwegians were reading the inaugural issues of The Tuam Herald. The second of nine children born to Pat and Bridget Qualter Dowling of Knock (Milltown), County Galway, Dick was baptized in the Church of St. Nicholas, Parish of Dunmore on January 14, 1837 as recorded by The Very Reverend Doctor Martin Loftus. His baptismal sponsors were Richard Dowling and Mary Qualter nee Tracy, his paternal uncle and maternal aunt by marriage.

Ann Caraway Ivins and Timothy Colllins (2005) Dick Dowling, Galway's Hero of Confederate Texas. Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, Vol. 57 (2005), pp. 113- 138

 

Mary Tracy & Pat Ruane

Evelina b. 30/12/1833 Dunmore Parish (Spon John Hosty & Mary Hosty)

 

Mary Tracy m. Owen Wax 26/2/1844 Dunmore Parish (Wit Michael Synnagh & Margaret Tracy)

 

Michael Tracy & Marg

Margaret b. 9/2/1835 Dunmore Parish (Spon John Tracy & Brigit Tracy)

 

Michael Tracy m. Honor Burke 4/2/1841 Dunmore Parish (Wit Denis Tracy & Mary Tracy)

Thomas b. 20/3/1842 Dunmore Parish (Spon Michael Burke & Mary Tracy)

Ellen b. 5/6/1845 Tombane? Dunmore Parish (Spon Honor Lyons)

 

Michael Tracy m. Mary Rat(t)igan 9/2/1834 Dunmore Parish (Wit Thomas Gibbons & Mary Dington)

Catherine b. 13/2/1835 Dunmore Parish (Spon Danial Tracy & Catherine Donelan)

John b. 27/9/1836 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon Thomas Scahill & Liby Lyons)

Mary b. 10/7/1839 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon John Tracy & Honor Lyons)

Brigit b. 24/6/1841 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon Denis Tracy & Catherine Tracy) (LDS film 1279206 p.189)

Hugh b. 28/12/1845 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon Owen & Mary Judge)

M Darcy Mavis Darcy

 

Owen? Tracy & Mary Brogan

Owen b. 23/12/1844 Cappagh Dunmore Parish (Spon Brigit Brogan)

 

1. Owen Treacy married Mary Grady. No date or place.

1.1 Bridget b. c 1834, married Bernard Reynolds;

1.2 Mary b. before 1836, married John Mackin;

1.3 Anne b. before 1837, married Patrick Boyle;

Ann(e) Trassy/Tracy m. Pat(k) Boyle 5/4/1853 Dunmore Parish (Wit Michl Homican? & Peggy Trassy)

Mary b. 16/3/1856 Dunmore Parish (Spon John Boyle & Brid Tracy)

John b. 20/6/1858 Gortnagine Dunmore Parish (Spon ??? Grady & Mary Collins)

1.4 James Joseph b May 14, 1837, Gortnagoyne, Galway, married Bridget C Boyle;

James bapt. 10/7/1837 Gortnagine Dunmore Parish (Spon Pat Collins & Mary Donelan)

James Tr(e)acy/Treasy & Bridget Boyle

1.4.1 Mary b. 29 January 1866 Dunmore (LDS)

1.4.2 Patrick b. 24 March 1867 (LDS)

1.4.3 Eugene b. 9 June 1868 Dunmore (LDS)

1.4.4 Bridget b. 20 September 1869 (LDS)

1.4.5 Anne b. 12 May 1873 (LDS)

1.4.6 Margaret b. 18 December 1874 Gortragoyne (LDS)

1.4.7 James b. 9 July 1876 (LDS)

Jacobus (James) Tracey & Bridgida (Bridgit) Boyle

Elleonora b. 16/11/1877 Gortmagigno Dunmore Parish (Spon Daniel Corcorrain & Elleonora Tracey)

1.5 Owen bapt. 5/8/1842 Gortnagine Dunmore Parish (Spon Thomas Tracy & Sibina Tracy)

Steve Treacy, Anchorage, Alaska, got in touch a few years ago. Steve's grandfather, son of James, was James Patrick, b in Gort-na-Goyne near Dunmore. His family ended up in Garrett Co, MD. Mary thinks they're related.

 

Owen Thomas Treacy born Febuary 15, 1873, in Ireland. Died December 4, 1945 in Oakland. Son of James and Bridget Boyle Treacy, who settled in Oakland .

Garrett County Historical Society – 1953 The Glades Star: Gorman - 1928. - Page 167

 

Martin Boyle

The name is the same, but I doubt this will be of any help to you. A distant cousin of mine, Martin Boyle, was a farmer on the land of my ancestrel Treacy ancestors in County Galway, near the town of Dunmore. More specifically the farm was in the township of Gortnagoyne. The Boyles had come from County Roscommon to County Galway in the 19th century, where they intermarried with the Treacys, my people.

Bill Treacy Bill Treacy 5 Jun 2001

 

Pat Tracy & Eleanor Burke

Brigit b. 20/4/1835 Iciritic? Dunmore Parish (Spon Stephen Slattery & Brigit Tracy)

 

Pat Tracy m. Eleanor Byrne/Byrin 26/2/1835 Dunmore Parish (Wit James Waldrow & Brigit Tracy)

Margaret b. 17/6/1837 Quarter? Dunmore Parish (Spon Thomas Patten & Brigit Byrne)

Thomas b. 11/2/1840 Quartin? Dunmore Parish (Spon Mat Martin & Ann Redington)

 

Tom Treacy                  Bridget             Thomas                        Bridget

Poet &                         Concannon                   Treacy                          Treacy

Shoemaker                   Treacy                          1850-1927                   Reilly

 

Castle Farm Dunmore 1927

More photos…Mavis Darcy webpage

 

Patrick Tracey/Treacy Dunmore

I can trace Treacys to Dunmore in the first half of the 19th century. Shoemaker Patrick Treacy married Winifred Carr of Tipperary. Patrick became a character in Trollope's ‘The Kellys and the O'Kellys’. Trollope visited Dunmore for a month, May 1841, when Win Ford was born, and got to know Pat, who in the novel is a sort of horse doctor, big and dark with a love for the liquor, who saves the heroine from poisoning. Between family memoirs and the Mormons we have come up with seven children.

Pat Tracy & Winifred/Mary Carr (Garrigh? 30/10/1833)

1. Thomas Tracey b. circa 1829, Dunmore, joined British Army as drummer in infantry, died of TB age 22, buried Dunmore.

2. Patrick b. before October 1833 (or 1831), Dunmore, married March 2, 1845, Dunmore, to Bridget Grady, who seems to have been his landlady's daughter. Win Ford (sister below) had bad memories of British soldiers. Patrick, according to family stories, was suspected of being a Fenian organizer for Dunmore and denied it vigorously. This would have been in the 1850's and may have accounted for Win's lifelong hatred of the British.Many descendants. Mary Keogh may have thought it was nine children.

Patrick/Patt Trac(e)y m. Briget/Brid Grady 22/3/1845 Dunmore Parish (Wit Henry Grady & Susanne Tully)

2.1 Patrick Sarsfield b. c. 1848 [see Traceys of Enniscorthy and Newburyport]

I am doing a search for my daughter's mother in law, Jean Treacy. Most of Thomas' brothers and sisters went to Newburyport, Ma. Patrick Sarsfield Treacy, the oldest, was a shoemaker. He was drowned at age 32 and is buried in Haverill, MA. His son, Hugh Sarsfield Treacy, moved to Worcester, MA, and the later family to Rhode Island and Conn.

PeterBlackwell70 5 Apr 2012

2.2 Daniel b. c. 1849 married a Rogers and was killed by a train in Haverill, MA. [see Traceys of Enniscorthy and Newburyport]

2.3 Thomas (b. 1850 d. 1927) m. Bridget Concannon (b. 1856 d. 1942)

I am researching my family history and am trying to find more information on a Patrick Tracey/Treacy. All I know is that Patrick (spelling might be different) was a shoemaker, probably from Dunmore in County Galway, and that he had a son by the name of Thomas Tracey. Thomas Tracey was born in 1850 and died in 1927. He was also a shoemaker and married Briged Concannon (1856-June 18 1942). They immigrated to Boston, MA but returned to Dunmore after 2 of their children died in America. My great grandfather, Denis Tracey, was the son of Thomas Tracey and immigrated finally to the United States and settled in Elizabeth, NJ. If anybody knows any info on Patrick Tracey or Thomas Tracey, please let me know. Ryan Tracey

I am looking for information on a Bridgid or Bridget Concannon from Ireland that was born in 1856. She married a Thomas Treacy in the 1880s and immigrated to the Boston area. She had two sons in America (Patrick, who died; and Thomas). After the death of Patrick, they went back to Dunmore County, Galway, Ireland and settled onto a property called Castlefarm. Other sons they had include Dan Treacy (b 1887), Patrick Treacy (b 1891), Dennis Treacy (b 1893) and Joseph Treacy (b 1898) and a daughter named Bridgid Tracey (b 1897). Bridgid Concannon Treacy died on June 18, 1942. If anybody has any information about her parents or sibilings, please let me know!! Sandra Tracy 20th Nov 2002 Sandra.Tracy@fao.org tracey9860@attbi.com

I am looking for information on Bridget Concannon, she married my uncle Thomas Treacy. She was born in 31st January 1856. She had a brother John, that I know for sure, he is buried in Dunmore. She is buried in Dunmore in the family plot and her brother John is buried in the same graveyard with his wife and 2 daughters. My mother was just buried in Dunmore this past January. The name Julia Ryan is very familiar, I remember my mother saying that name. I wonder if they are connected. email me at bridgetreacy@hotmail.ca
Dorothy Keogh - Sep 26, 2010

According to Mary Keogh, a granddaughter of Thomas and Bridget, there were the following children, her mother's generation: (I can testify to SOME of it as accurate.)

2.1.1 Hugh b. in Haverhill MA, who died either at birth or in infancy in USA

2.1.2 Patrick? b. in Haverhill MA, died USA

2.1.3 Tom, b 1882 in Haverhill MA. The first 2 children died and the depressed family returned to Dunmore. Tom, who had a deformed hip and never married. He was the last Treacy shoemaker in Dunmore and died about 1949. He was a published poet and prose writer for a local Irish magazine, Ireland's Own.

2.1.4 Daniel b. 1887, moved to Elizabeth NJ, married Sarah Mackey, and had a large family. He was a cop. He was was Helen's father.

“Daniel Tracey Sr., 76, Dies; Elizabeth Daily Journal, Sept 18,1963 Ex-Bluecoat, Official's Kin

Daniel J Tracey, Sr., 76, of 309 Court St., a retired Elizabeth patrolman, died today at Alexian Brothers Hospital after an illness of six weeks. He was the father of Daniel J Tracey Jr., executive director of the Elizabeth Redevelopment Agency and a former president of City Council. Born in Ireland, Mt Tracey came here in his youth. He was employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad and at the Bayway Refinery before his appointment to the police force. He retired on Feb 1, 1952, after 29 years of service in the old Second Precinct. On July 1, 1934, Mr. Tracey was shot in the abdomen and another patrolman was killed in a gun battle with a crazed man in Delaware St. Mr. Tracey was a popular and respected patrolman. Longtime residents of the Elizabethport section recall that he knew almost everyone on his beat and feared no one. After he retired, Mr. Tracey often walked his old beat, renewing friendships in the area. At the time of his death he was employed as a safety man by the Public Service Electric and Gas Co. Mr. Tracey was a communicant of St Patrick's Church and a member of its Holy Name Society. He also was affiliated with Elizabeth Council 253, Knights of Columbus, and Elizabeth Local 4, PBA. His wife was the late Mrs. Sarah Mackey Tracey. Surviving also are five daughters, Sister Alice Perpetua of St Philip the Apostle School. Saddle Brook: Miss Helen R. Tracey, Mrs. Mary Hurley and Mrs. Howard Weber, all of Elizabeth. and Mrs. Royal Grumbach of Westover Air Force Base, Mass. There are another son, Hugh T of Elizabeth, 14 grandchildren and three brothers, Partick of Linden, Dennis of Buffalo, and Joseph in Ireland. The funeral will be conducted from the James J Higgins and Son Mortuary, 414 Westminster Ave.” He was buried in Mt Olivet.

2.1.4.1 Dennis Tracey (1913-1942) m. Mary Unknown

2.1.4.1.1 Thomas Michael Tracey (b.1940) m. Catherine Hirsh (b.1941)

2.1.4.1.1.1 Elizabeth Ann Tracey b. 1968

http://www.genealogy.com/users/t/r/a/Beth-Tracey/TREE/77900001tree.html

2.1.5 Patrick (2) b. 1891 lived in Linden, NJ. [passport photo below?]

2.1.6 Dennis b. 1893?, moved to Elizabeth NJ and married Mary Morley, also a large family. The Ellis Island entry is “Denis Tracy, Dunmort (Dunmore Galway?) Ireland, 1910, 18 years”.

“Dennis Tracey; Survived by 25. Daily Journal December 23, 1963
Yonkers, NY --Dennis H. Tracey, 70, of 1102 Midland Ave., formerly of Linden and Elizabeth, N J., died Saturday at the Veterans Hospital, Canandaigua, after a long illness. Born in Ireland, he lived in Union County for more than 22 years before moving to New York State about 15 years ago. He formerly was employed by the Bayway Refinery, Linden, NJ, then worked as a maintenance man for Concordia College, Bronxville. Mr. Tracey served in France with the Army in World War I. He was the husband of the late Mrs Mary Morley Tracey. Surviving are five sons, Joseph of Elizabeth, Dennis Jr of Yonkers, Thomas of Denver, Colo., John of Plainfield, N J., and Daniel of Orange, N J; four daughters, Mrs Marie Durkin of Wabash, Ind., Mrs Dorothy Sherry of Linden, Mrs Elizabeth Gaetano of Elizabeth, and Miss Margaret Tracey of Washington. Also two brothers, Patrick of Linden and Joseph in Ireland, and 14 grandchildren. The funeral will be held from the Lee Funeral Home, 301 E Blancke St.”

2.1.7 Joseph b. 1898, the last Tracey in Dunmore, married Katie Treacy, no relation, and had no children.

2.1.8 Bridget b. 28/09/1897, 2 daughters, Mary Keogh and Margaret Glynn, both in Ireland. Bridget married a Reilly and had Margaret and Mary, the only survivors of 12 pregnancies. Bridget was another back and forther to America. Margaret was the first incubator baby in New York State.

My mother Bridget Treacy was from Dunmore Co Galway. I have seen the name Winifred Carr married Patrick Treacy. He was my mother's Grandfather or close to that I will check my papers and get back to you. Are you connected to Mavis Darcy, Elira, Ohio, If so I have met Mavis once when she was in Galway with her mother. Best wishes for the Christmas. I am delighted to find a connection. I am 74 years old and live in Toronto, Canada with my daughters. MaryKeogh

2.1.9. Mary d. aged 19.

2.4 Mary b. March 30 1853, moved to America and married Maurice Walsh of Boston. [see Traceys of Enniscorthy and Newburyport]

2.5 Winifred b. c. 1856 m. Patrick Kelleher or Callahan Newburyport [see Traceys of Enniscorthy and Newburyport]

2.6 Brid b. 16/6/1858 Dunmore Parish (Spon Danl Grady & Mary Raftery)

2.7 Hugh b. Dunmore, 1862 d. Elizabeth NJ 8th October 1923.

Known as ‘Big Hughie’ His grandparents were Pat T and Win Carr, making him a nephew of my great grandmother. There is an LDS record of a Tom T b 1865 to Pat T and Catherine Grady, if I remember correctly, and I need clarification as to whether this is the same family, clerical error, or what. Hughie's brother Tom was b in 1850. Big Hughie was an athlete who boxed John L Sullivan in an exhibition match. In Montreal he married and divorced Elizabeth Clark, no children. Obit from the Elizabeth Daily Journal, October 9, 1923: Hugh Tracey

“Hugh Tracey, 60 years old, of 309 Court Street, died yesterday in the Alexian Brothers Hospital three hours after being stricken with heart disease in the yard of the Durant Motor Company, where he was employed as a special policeman. He was a native of Ireland, and came to this city from Montreal several years ago. He made his home with a nephew, Daniel Tracey, of 309 Court Street. Previous to entering the employ of the Durant Motor Company, he was employed by the C.R.R. as a special policeman. He was a communicant of St. Patrick's, and of Elizabeth Council No. 233? K of C. In his younger days he was a member of the Montreal Athletic Club, where he gained a reputation as a champion shot putter.

He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Mary Walsh, of Boston, a brother, Thomas Tracey, living in Ireland, and three nephews, all of Elizabeth.”

He was buried in Mt Olivet, next to the Newark Airport. His sister Mary was famous for giving passenger money to Dunmore girls so they could come to America where she helped them find jobs. Once she had paid for a niece to come, but the girl chickened out at the "wake" and refused to go. Mary Morley took her place, came to America, and married Mary Walsh's nephew Dennis , brother of Daniel above, whom I have already mentioned.

Tombstone:

Hugh Treacy

1860-1923

Born in Dunmore

Co. Galway Ireland

M Darcy Mavis Darcy

1884 Hugh Treacey m. Laurice Clarke, St-Paul, Montréal, Québec (Quebec)

“The twenty second of February one thousand eight hundred and eighty four, a dispansation for th?...Hugh Treacy, labourer, son of age of Patrick Treacy, farmer, Dunmore County Galway Ireland and of Bridget Gready of the one pachs? and Elizabeth Clarke?”

2.8 Denis b. 7th April 1867

2.9 Delia. "Wicked Aunt Delia" was so called because she married a ‘Brit’ named Patrick Ryan, RIC in July 1879. Ryan and had at least 2 sons. Their Catholic cousins weren't allowed to play with them. When her brother Tom was dying, she took care of him and inherited his property, cutting out his daughter Bridget who was stuck in America.

2.10 Ellen allegedly died age 14. The family story is that one night she washed her long hair, went to bed, and died there before morning. 

3. Peter Martin b. Oct 30 1833, according to Dunmore Parish baptismal register. (Spon Pat MacDonagh & Mary Miclkeen). May have been twinsas the normal cost of baptisms was 2s/6d, this baptism cost 4s/0d. No one knows anything more and neither name is used among us.

4. Hugh b. April 23 1835 Dunmore Dunmore Parish (Spon Pat Ryder & Brigit Collins). We're seeking him with shares and with hope.

5. Michael b. October 9, 1837 Dunmore Dunmore Parish (Spon Pat McIntire & Brigit Kelly). ditto

6. Denis or Dennis, b c November 23, 1838 Dunmore Dunmore Parish (Spon Andrew Madden & Briget Grady); Mother is named as Mary Carr. He married Catherine Foley, St Anne's, Montreal, November 21, 1869, married Margaret Reayn, Died September 10, 1906.

Now for the saga of Denis the Ne'er-Do-Well. He was born in Dunmore about Nov 23, 1838, of Patrick Treacy and Mary (sic) Carr. Should be Winifred. He had an annoying habit of using his sister's birthdate and made himself 4 years younger. When next heard of, he was arriving at Castlegarden, a steerage passenger on the SS Louisiana from Liverpool, on 12 June, 1863. On the same ship but not related were the Irish Tracys: Hen, 35, m laborer; wife Eliza, 30; children, Mary, 2; and Hen, infant. SS City of Limerick arrived June 13 carrying Edwin Treacy, 25, laborer; Mary, 18, spinster; and Martin, 20, servant. Denis spent 2 days in NYC with no job, housing or food. On June 14, he enlisted as a landsman in the Union Navy and eventually served on the USS sloop Pawnee which was part of the effort to blockade the South. In the Battle of Stone Creek SC, he was shot in the leg and fell into a chain locker, giving him permanent rib and chest problems on the right side. On July 6, 1864 he obtained an honorable discharge, $29 in prize money, and a deed to government land in Michigan. Denis had had it with the US and wanted to go back to Dunmore. His bad luck continued when his ship was wrecked and he lost his money and deed. Stranded, he changed his occupation from shoemaker to Great Lakes sailor, living in Ontario til he moved to Montreal in 1868. His last career was as a grocer. In 1891 he applied for and received a $10 a month pension. In 1905 he took part in a Civil War soldiers' reunion, and died September 10, 1906 in Montreal, leaving a large family. He kept in touch with his family, including sister Win Ford in New Jersey, and his brother Pat's son Big Hughie, who moved to Montreal for a while. M Darcy Mavis Darcy

“12th Dec 1863 Missing Friends

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”

Denis Tracy, labourer of this parish (s. of Patrick Tracy, Alive*, & Winefride Carr, daed* of County Galway Ireland) m. Catharine Foley of this parish (d. of Thomas Foley, trader, dead*, & Dorothy Gormly, alive*, of this parish) 24 Nov 1869 Notre-Dame-de-Montréal, Montréal, Canada Wit: James Tracy & Mary Ann Dalton [signatures of all, note: James Treacy] * LDS transcription has the opposite

7. Winifred b. circa May 20, 1841;

[Pat Tracy and Winifred Carr

Winifred bapt. 26 May 1841 Dunmore Dunmore Parish, sp Pat Raftery and Mary Guff? (LDS film 1279206 p.188)]

Denis, brother above, was one year late on his sister's leaving Dunmore. She left March 1859 and arrived in NY from Galway May 16, 1859 on the Adelaide just before her 18th birthday. She entered as a servant and claimed to be English. Three months later she married Michael Ford August 19, 1859, Plainfield NJ. Thomas Ford, 24, and Michael Ford, 20, laborers, English, arrived New York from Galway on the Adelaide July 11, 1859. It sounds like an elopement. She died Jan. 5, 1907, Elizabeth, NJ.

Her obit from the Elizabeth Daily Journal, January 7, 1907.

“Mrs Winifred Ford, aged 64 years, died Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs Matthew Darcy, 142 Pine street. Mrs Ford was a resident of this city for forty years, and a communicant of St Patrick's Church. She was also a member of the Rosary Society, and of the Third Order of St Francis. She leaves one son, Michael, and one daughter, Mrs Matthew Darcy, at whose home she died. Funeral services will be held at St Patrick's Church tomorrow morning, with interment in Mount Olivet Cemetery.”

Her children, all b Elizabeth, NJ, were:

7.1 Catherine b. 1864, d October 24, 1888, as Sr Lumina, Convent Station, NJ

7.2 John Thomas b. Oct 17, 1865, d Feb 3, 1867.

7.3 Mary b. Nov 16, 1867, d Oct 8, 1870.

7.4 Michael b. December 1870, d May 10, 1920, Massilon, Ohio, no issue.

7.5 John b. December 29, 1871, d March 3, 1872

7.6 Anna b. Oct 17, 1874, married Matthew Francis Darcy Jan 17, 1900, d Sept 21, 1948, Elyria, Ohio.

My g g grandparents were Win Carr of Tipp and Pat Treacy, Dunmore shoemaker. Their youngest child Win married Mike Ford and lived in NJ. Her only surviving daughter Annie married Matt Darcy in 1900. They moved to Ohio in 1909. Their son John was my father. I've been to Dunmore once and met Mary and Margaret, Joe's nieces. M Darcy Mavis Darcy

7.7 Mary B. April 6, 1`876, died Feb 1880 of scarlet fever.

Most of the Traceys went back and forth from Canada or NJ to Ireland. I am also putting Cushing info on the Warren Cushing site and Darcy info on one by Michael Darcy. I'm sorting all papers out for the inevitable and have more than 3 wash tubs full.

The word of my late cousin Helen T contrasts with Mary's and a couple others, as the generations seemed to pile up together. Helen says her great grandfather was Patrick, married to B Grady, and son of Patrick and Win Carr. He was the older brother of Denis the Ne'er-Do-Well and My great grandmother Win Ford. They also had brothers Hugh and Thomas, but she says, no Michael. The Dunmore records list Peter Martin, who Mary K says did not exist. Thomas was the soldier who died of tb; Hugh I can't find.

M Darcy Mavis Darcy

I knew a lot of those Treacy family you enquire about, some in New Jersey USA , JOE lived in Dunmore when I was young, Tommy was a shoe maker, all passed away now, were related to my father, so I was told to day by a neighbour of Joe Treacy, when I enquired about my own relations, and low and behold, I find your board just now, small world if I can be of any help, just e-mail me Regards, Mary o'Dowd flaskagh 5 Aug 2004

 

pat.jpg

Passport photograph

 

Patrick Treacy

Birth Date: 7 Mar 1891

Birth Place: Dunmore Co Galway, Ireland

Age: 29

Residence: New York City, New York and New Jersey

Passport Issue Date: 7 Apr 1920

Passport Includes a Photo: Yes

Emigrated March 7th 1891

 

 

Patrick Trassy/Treacy/Treasy & Bridget Con(n)elly

Mary Trassy b. 1st July 1864 Dunmore, Galway (LDS)

Bridget b. 14 May 1866 Dunmore (LDS)

Margaret b. 6 August 1872 (LDS)

John b. 6 August 1872 (LDS)

Martin Treacy b. 12th October 1874, Belwell, Galway (LDS)

 

Patrick Treacey & Catherine Grady

Thomas b. 25 July 1865 Dunmore (LDS)

 

Patrick Treacy/Treasy & Honoria Langan

Patrick William Treacy, b. 11 Aug 1861 (s. of ??? Treacy & ??? Langon) d. 12 May 1940 Alameda, California, United States

James b. 1 April 1868 Dunmore, Gal (LDS)

Annie E. Treacy, Aged 30, b. Mayo [Galway?] Ireland (d. of Patrick Treacy & Honor Langan) m. Jeremiah S. Mcevilly, aged 32, b. Mayo Ireland (s. of James Mcevilly & Julia Joyce) 25 Oct 1899 Butte, Silver Bow, Montana

Annie E Mcevilly b. 1 Aug 1870 (d. of ??? Treacy & ??? Langan) d. 22 Jan 1947 Alameda, California, United States

John b. 10 May 1870 Dunmore, Gal (LDS) [Treasy]

 

Patrick W. Treacy

For over twenty years Patrick W. Treacy has been engaged in business for himself in Oakland, and while he has accumulated a competence, he has also won a position among the men of integrity and honesty who command a place as worthy citizens. He is a native of Ireland, his birth having occurred in County Galway; his parents, Patrick and Honor (Langan) Treacy, both died in their native land. In Ireland, Patrick W. Treacy married Miss Mary Higgins. and with her sought a new home among the more abundant opportunities of the western world. They came first to San Francisco, and thence to Oakland, this being about twenty-eight years ago. By trade he was a painter and decorator, a business which he began to follow as soon as he located perma- nently in this city. For a few years he worked for others, then in I884 established an independent business, since which time he has carried on a lucrative business. He now employs from six to eight men the year round, and for the character of his work as well as the promptness and dispatch with which orders are executed, has won an enviable reputation.

Mr. and Mrs. Treacy have eight children, all in school, namely: Nora, Mary, Helen, Eugene, Agnes, Thomas. Stephen and Wilfred. Mr. Treacy is associated fraternally with the Ancient Order of United Workmen and St. Joseph’s Benevolent Society of St. Patrick’s Parish, West Oakland, Cal.

History of the State of California and Biographical Record to Oakland and Environs: Also Containing Biographies of Well-known Citizens of the Past and Present, Volume 2. 1907

 

1910 Census - Oakland Ward 6, Alameda, California

Head Patrick W Treacy M 45 Ireland  Immigration 1895

Wife Mary H Treacy F 47 Ireland

Daughter May Treacy F 21 California

Daughter Lilicon Treacy F 19 California

Son Eugine Treacy M 17 California

Daughter Agnes Treacy F 14 California

Son Thomas Treacy M 12 California

Son Steven Treacy M 8 California

Son Wilfred Treacy M 5 California

1920 Census - Oakland, Alameda, California

Household Gender Age Birthplace

Head Patrick W Tracy M 54 Ireland, Immigration 1887 

Wife Mary Tracy F 54 Ireland

Son Eugene L Tracy M 27 California

Son Thomas R Tracy M 22 California

Son Stephen A Tracy M 18 California

Son Alfred Tracy M 14 California

 

 

pat.jpg

Passport photograph

 

Patrick Treacy

Born: 6 Aug 1872 Dunmore, Ireland

Age: 50

Residence: 35 years at San Francisco & Oakland, California

Passport Issue Date: 4 Jun 1923

Going to Ireland to visit relatives on Carmania from New York 16 June 1923

Father: Patrick Treacy, Ireland, Deceased

Emigrated: from Queenstown April 1888

Natralised: 8th Aug 1894 San Francisco

 

pat pass

 

 

Pat Tracy & Honor(ia) Lyons

Catherine b. 23/9/1833 Dunmore Parish (Spon Michael Tracy & Briget Donalan)

Mary b. 9/8/1835 Knockatee Donmore Parish (Spon John Tracy & Liby Lyons)

Sebrina? B. 27/8/43 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon Pat Tracy & Mary Forde)

 

Pat Tracy & Winny Lyons

Catherine b. 8/8/1840 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon Thomas Scahill & Mary Brogan)

 

Pat? & Catherine Tracy

Pal b. 20/7/1852 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon Pal Tracy & Mary Riely)

 

1871-1876 The Search for Missing Friends

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...

 

Sibina Tracy & Pat Costelloe

Patrick b. 8/7/1836 Flaskagh Dunmore Parish (Spon Wm Costelloe & Mary Costelloe)

 

Thos Treacey m. Mary Dolan 2/2/1848 Dunmore Parish (Wit Pall Walsh & Cathe Cormack)

 

Thomas Tracy & Ann Tracy

Michael b. 24/7/1834 Dunmore Parish (Spon Dom(ini)k Tracy & Briget Burke)

Hugh b. 11/6/1837 Carnaseer? Dunmore Parish (Spon Thomas Tracy & Margaret Ruane)

 

Thomas Tracy & Briget Tracy

Margaret b. 12/5/1839 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon Pat Collins & Brigit Tracy)

 

Thom & Mary Tracy

Bridget b. 9/5/1852 Dunmore Parish (Spon Pal & Ellen Cooncanion?)

 

Gau (William?) & Bridgit Treacey

Dan b. 2/3/1848 (Spon Gau Wilson & Mary Treacey)

 

Winny/Winifred Tracy (b. about 1820 in Knockatee) m. Matthew/Mat Gavin 8/5/1841 Dunmore Parish (Wit James Maguire & Mary Fallon)

Patrick b. 7/3/1842 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon Felix Tracy & Samina Tracy)

Anthony b. 25/8/1844 Knockatee Dunmore Parish (Spon John Fallon & Mary Fallon)

There seem to be no records covering the others.

In the 1861 Census the family had moved to Bispham Street, Liverpool. Mathew was 40 a dealer in barrels, Win 38 seamstress, Patrick was a dock worker and lived down the street, Anthony Charles 15 (really 17), Maryanne 11, Catherine Mary 8, and Winifred 6, all born Ireland.

In 1861 Matt and Win were sharing 1 Bispham Street with 3 other families. On June 3, 1881, Win died at 67 Bevington Hill, Liverpool, of heart disease and facial neuralgia from an old facial injury, age 63. Her tombstone in Ford Catholic Cemetery reads "Winifred, Beloved Wife of Mathew Gavin, Departed This Life 3rd June 1881 Aged 65 Years, of Dunmore, Co Galway, May She Rest in Peace. This information is from Dr Anthony Carew, her descendant. Mary Keogh thinks this Win may be a sister of the Pat who married Win Carr. Tony disagreed.

M Darcy Mavis Darcy

 

Winnefred Tracy b. 20 April 1855, married Joannem (John) Finnegan Nov 9, 1875 at St Mary Catholic, Plainfield, Union, New Jersey (LDS). Two children, John, died without issue, and Mame Finnegan Reilly (born April 21, 1877 and died May 13, 1956), whose daughter was Sr. Winifred Mary Finnegan/Reilly.

 

Other church records:

29/3/1833 Hugh Tracy & Ann O’Connor spon to baptism of John to Philip King & Mary Conyagham Dunmore Parish

2/4/1833 Edmond Tracy & Eleanor Cravan spon to baptism of Margarete to William Nolan & Margaret Cadder Dunmore Parish

23/5/1833 Catherine Tracy & Michael Corry witnesses to wedding of Michael Corry & Brigit Diskin Dunmore Parish

19/3/1833 Brigit Tracy & Thomas MacNally witnesses to wedding of Myles Hosty & Sally Kirwan Dunmore Parish

25/11/1833 James Tracy & Mary Tracy spon to baptism of Hubert to Michael Jordan & Mary Dunmore Parish

2/12/1833 James Tracy & Penelope MacDonagh spon to baptism of Margaret to Thomas Kelly & Bridget Dunmore Parish

1/2/1834 Winifred Tracey & Luke Martin spon to baptism of Peter to John Collins & Ann Dunmore Parish

11/2/1834 Hugh Tracy witness to wedding of Thomas Gibbons & Mary Wax Dunmore Parish

2/5/1834 Mary Tracey & Cormac Commons spon to baptism of Briget to Peter Commons & Briget Miskill Dunmore Parish

15/7/1834 Hugh Tracey & Briget Fallon spon to baptism of Catherine to Luke Fleming & Catherine Feany Dunmore Parish

30/9/1834 Pat Tracy & Margaret Kialy spon to baptism of Honoria to Michael Mastin & Briget Mannion Carrainana Dunmore Parish

26/2/1835 Pat Tracy & Celia Corly witnesses to wedding of Bryan Waldrow & Brigit Dillon Dunmore Parish

19/7/1835 Mary Tracy & Bryan Diskin spon to baptism of Honoria to Thomas Hoban & Mary Diskin Ikarrymount Dunmore Parish

21/1/1836 Hugh Tracy & Sally Murray spon to baptism of Brigit to Thos Geoghegan & Eleanor Collins Killeorey Dunmore Parish

7/2/1836 Mary Tracy & Peter Kelly witnesses to wedding of John Kelly & Eleanor Ronan Dunmore Parish

13/5/1836 Mary Tracy & Lawrence Kennedy spon to baptism of Mary to Pat Mannion & Mary Carney Flaslsagh Dunmore Parish

28/5/1836 Pat Tracy & Sara Cussons spon to baptism of Henry to Stephen MacNamara & Judith Bryan Dunmore Dunmore Parish

3/8/1836 Denis Tracy & Eleanor Ruand spon to baptism of Patrick to James Connor & Honor Ricran? Flaskagh Dunmore Parish

6/11/1836 Pat Tracy spon to baptism of Catherine to Michael Mitchell & Brigit Flemming Gorthialia Dunmore Parish

14/11/1836 Pat Tracy & Sibina Tracy spon to baptism of Sibina to Pat Kelly & Margaret Costigan Flaskagh Dunmore Parish

22/12/1836 Hugh Tracy & Brigit Feeny spon to baptism of Thomas to Luke Flemming & Cath Feeny Clooneen Dunmore Parish

8/1/1837 Martin Tracy & Margaret Geraghty spon to baptism of Michael to James Diskin & Margaret Henaghan Kilnalapha Dunmore Parish

14/1/1837 Ann Tracy & John Mitchell spon to baptism of Mary to Peter Doory & Mary Keane Parkeagh Dunmore Parish

14/1/1837 Mary Tracy & Richard Dowling spon to baptism of Richard to Pat Dowling & Bridget Qualter Knock Dunmore Parish

16/3/1837 Thomas Tracy & Wat Carney witnesses to wedding of Michael Carney & Margaret Costelloe Dunmore Parish

20/6/1837 James Tracy & Ann Tracy spon to baptism of Judith to John Lynagh & Brigit Kelly Gortmagine Dunmore Parish

10/9/1837 Mary Tracy & James Ronan spon to baptism of Patrick to John Kelly & Eleanor Ronan Cathill Dunmore Parish

26/12/1837 Sibina Tracy & Walter Kearney spon to baptism of Sibina to Michael Kearney & Margaret Costelloe Flaskagh Dunmore Parish

3/9/1838 Bryan Tracy & Mary Grady spon to baptism of James to James Bowens & Brigit Donelan Gortnagine Dunmore Parish

22/10/1835 Hugh Tracy & Mary Connor spon to baptism of Honoria to James Connor & Honor Ruane Flaslagh Dunmore Parish

14/4/1839 Thomas Tracy & Margaret Tracy spon to baptism of Mary to Thomas Mahon & Cath Finaghty Gurteen Dunmore Parish

4/6/1839 Mary Tracy & Bernard Malone spon to baptism of Mary to Robert Gough & Ellen Hanley Dunmore Dunmore Parish

26/1/1840 Thomas Tracy & Margaret Tracy spon to baptism of Patrick to Thomas Carney? And Brigit Kearny Carasuana Dunmore Parish

16/2/1840 Hugh Tracy & Anne Judge witnesses to wedding of Thomas Kerrane & Mary Kearns Dunmore Parish

3/3/1840 Mary Tracy & Pat Gleason witnesses to wedding of Thomas Gleason & Catherine Ronan Dunmore Parish

9/3/1840 Hugh Tracy & Mary Bu??? spon to baptism of Catherine to John Burke & Mary Donelan Billurle Dunmore Parish

10/3/1840 Thomas Tracy spon to baptism of Patrick to Pat Larkin & Mary ? Dunmore Parish

3/9/1840 Hugh Tracy & Briget Conry witnesses to wedding of Luke Martin & Mary Conry Dunmore Parish

21/1/1841 Mary Tracy & Thomas Ratigan witnesses to wedding of James Ratigan & Mary Qualter Dunmore Parish

20/7/1841 Thomas Tracy & Brigit Gerathy spon to baptism of Mary to John Mannion & Maria Keane Clooneen Dunmore Parish

9/3/1842 Mary Tracy spon to baptism of Margaret to Thady Lamir? & Brigit Burke Clonagh Dunmore Parish

2/6/1842 Mary Tracy spon to baptism of John to James Ratigan & Mary Qualter Knock Dunmore Parish

3/11/1842 Catherine Tracy & Michael Kelly spon to baptism of Ellen to John Kelly & Ellen Ronan Cathill Dunmore Parish

8/1/1843 Sabina Tracy spon to baptism of Winifred to Pat Dowling & Mary Qualter Knock Dunmore Parish

26/2/1843 James Tracy & Anne Bowesas? witnesses to wedding of William Jordan & Honor Mullin Dunmore Parish

5/2/1844 Pat Tracy & Mary Tracy witnesses to wedding of Thomas Ryan & Margaret Molarky Dunmore Parish

27/12/1844 Martin Tracy & Brigit Dogherty spon to baptism of Margaret to Thomas Scahill & Margaret Dogherty Knockatee Dunmore Parish

26/1/1845 Catherine Tracy & Thomas Magrath witnesses to wedding of James Dolan & Winifred Qualter Dunmore Parish

28/1/1845 Mary Tracy & David Geraghty witnesses to wedding of Thomas Diskin & Ellen Mitchell Dunmore Parish

20/2/1845 James Tracy & Briget Neill spon to baptism of Patrick to Pat Grady & Brigit Neill Clooneen Dunmore Parish

10/8/1845 Martin Tracy & Catherine Nolan spon to baptism of Mary to John Scarry & Margaret Noone Kilmalapha Dunmore Parish

10/8/1845 Thomas Tracy & Mary Tracy spon to baptism of John to Thomas Donilan & Mary Mannion Billivall? Dunmore Parish

2/2/1848 Cathe Treacy & Mich Ausley witnesses to wedding of William Ousley & Catherine Niley Dunmore Parish

27/5/1849 Margaret Treacey spon to baptism of John to John & Margaret Skarry Dunmore Parish

7/10/1849 Pall Treacey & Shima ? spon to baptism of Sarah to John & Mary O’Rarane? Dunmore Parish

3/12/1849 James Treacy & Secdeti? Wax spon to baptism of Maig to Owen & Mary Wax Dunmore Parish

4/12/1849 James Treacy & Mary Bayan witnesses to wedding of James Collins & Cathe Bourke Dunmore Parish

5/4/1852 Pat Tracy & Ellen Tracy spon to baptism of ? to John & Mary Kerrance? Dunmore Parish

16/7/1852 Mary Tracy & Michl Mannion spon to baptism of Thady to Pal & Bridget Shaughnessy Dunmore Parish

3/6/1852 Catherine Trasy spon to baptism of ? to Ellen Cosgrave Cloonkean Dunmore Parish (0s/0d)

14/6/1852 for churching Mrs. Trasy 2s/6d

22/12/1852 Hugh Tracy & Mary Covery? spon to baptism of Jane? To Edmond & Eliza Moghan Dunmore Dunmore Parish

9/3/1853? Catherine Tracy & Martin Kirwan witnesses to wedding of Peter Coussins? & Ellen Finigan Dunmore Parish

20/10/1853? Denis Tracy & Margt ? witnesses to wedding of Mich ? & Cathe Mull? Dunmore Parish

31/8/1855 Thos Tracy & Mary Burke spon to baptism of John to John Kelly & Ellen ??? Cashale? Dunmore Parish

18/12/1856 John Trassy & Mary Commons witnesses to wedding of Pat Mullin & Judy Jayer? Dunmore Parish

 

Church Subscriptions (Charges for church services?)

1/6/1839 Thomas Tracy, Knockatee 2s/6d

9/1839 Owen Tracy, Gortmagin 2s/6d

9/1839 Michl Tracy, Knockatee 1s/6d

6/11/1842 Pat Tracy, Dunmore 2s/6d

17/9/1843 Pat Tracy, Dunmore 2s/6d

21/7/1844 Felix? Tracy, Knockatee 1s/0d

21/7/1844 Thos Tracy, Knockatee 1s/0d

 

Inscription on Treacy monument in Dunmore:

In loving memory of

Brigid Reilly of Galway Died 7th February 1946 aged 49 years

Her father Thomas Treacy Died 14 December 1927 aged 77 years

Her mother Brigid Treacy Died 18th June 1942 aged 86 years

Her brother Thomas Treacy Died 27 December 1949 aged 67

Katie Treacy Died 3 February 1983

Joseph Treacy Died 25 March 1985

R I P

 

1892-1924 Ellis Island Arrivals

Brgt Treacy, Dunmore (Galway Ireland?), 1904, 19 years

Delia Tracy, Dunmore (Galway Ireland?), 1898, 30 years

Denis Tracy, Dunmort (Dunmore Galway?) Ireland, 1910, 18 years

Katie Treacy, Dunmore (Galway Ireland?), 1901, 19 years

Katherine Tracy, Dunmore Galway? Ireland, 1907, 28 years

Mary Tracey, Dunmore (Galway Ireland?), 1899, 22 years

Mary Tracy, Dunmore (Galway Ireland?), 1902, 22 years

Mary Treacy, Dunmore Galway Ireland?, 1906, 25 years

 

Nov 1, 1954 (II) Deaths

Treacy (Dunmore, Galway) Oct 31 1954 at his residence Mialena?, Michael Treacy; deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife, family and a large circle of friends. RIP. Remains will be removed to Dunmore Parish Church today (Monday) at 5 o'c Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday) at 12 o'c to New Cemetery. American papers please copy.

 

 Fahy

 

Treacy Question, East Galway 24 May 2013 [see Tynagh]

I am looking for information on my Great-Grandfather Edward Treacy, born about 1830 probably in Tynagh or Killimor Galway, near Portumna. His parents were Patrick Treacy born around 1790 - 1794 in Tynagh and Mary Egan, born in 1811 in Loughrea.

He married Bridget Boland in Killimor Galway on Jan. 20, 1857. There were no parents named for either spouse, but the witnesses were John Boland and Michael Burke. I know that she died at age 67 in Derrew, Eyrecourt, Galway on 20 Jan 1907. Edward Teacy was the Informant. He died in Derrew, near Killimor in 1916.

 

Edward Tracey (b. Kiladilisk) [Killadullisk Kilquain] & Mary Kealing/Keating

Peter Treacey b. 25 Jan 1876 Galway, Ireland (LDS SR)

John b. 13 March 1877 (LDS) Keating

Mary Anne b. 6 December 1878 Kiladelisk (LDS) Kealing

Winifred b. 26 November 1880 Kiladelisk, Kiltrisk, Wexford. (LDS) Keating [Error: should read Galway]

 

Michael Treacy & Sarah Carroll

William b. 14 June 1878 Fahy (LDS)

 

 Galway City (St. Nicholas CoI?)

 

Michael S Tracy m. Anne Ormsby 1820 Tuam Diocese

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.

Anne Tracey m. Thomas Mitchell 1828 Tuam Diocese

23 January 1828 Dublin Evening Mail

Married. On the 18th inst, in the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas Galway, by the Rev James Daly, Warden, Thomas Mitchell, of Lower Rutland street, in the City of Dublin, Esq. to Anne, widow of Michael Staunton Tracy, late of Kingston, in the Island of Jamaica, Esq.

25 January 1828 Limerick Evening Post

In the Protestant Church of St. Nicholas Galway, Thomas Mitchell, Esq of Roscommon, solicitor, to Anne, relict of the late Michael Tracy, Esq of the Island of Jamaica.

 

Esther Treacy (d. of James Malone) m. Patrick Killalee (s. of Richard Killalle) 24 May 1847 St Nicholas, Gal, Ire

[State Reg: Esther Malone [Esther Treacy] Galway 1847 6 33]

 

Bridget Tracy (d. of Edward Tracy) m. Nathaniel Millet (s. of Richard Millet) 10 Feb 1851 St Nicholas, Gal, Ire

Bridget Treacy & Nathaniel Millet

Mary Ann c. 29 Feb 1852, Sponsors Thomas Keevan & Honor Burns (Loughrea Cathedral)

 

 

 Galway City (St. Nicholas RC)

 

Bridgett Tracy & Thos Henning

Mary Henning b. 11 Feb 1811 of Scolteen Sp. Andrew Neil & Mary Anne Owens St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

Bridgett Tracy & Thos ???

??? b. 12? Apr 1811 of Sickeen Sp. Neil & Mary Ann Owens St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Johns Tracey & ???

Bridget Tracey b. 14 Dec 1814 of Cross? Street? St. Nicholas South and West, Galway City

 

Michl Tracey

Cecila Tracey b. 28 Apr 1814 of Cladagh. St. Nicholas South and West, Galway City

 

Denis Tracy SB? & Bridget Tracy

Jennina Tracy b. 21 Feb 1816 of Buttermilk? lane Sp. John Swift & Brig Shafhency? St. Nicholas South and West, Galway City

Danl Tressey & Bridgt

Cathe Tresset b. 4 Oct 1818 Sp. Wm McGauly & Mary McGauly St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

John Tracy & Catherine

Michl Tracy b. 19 Aug 1816 of C street Sp. Jams Egan & Brigit Barnacle St. Nicholas South and West, Galway City

James Tracy & Catherine

Willm Tracy b. 17 May 1818 Of C Street Sp. Patk Roche & Sasan m. Gogh St. Nicholas South and West, Galway City

 

James Tracy & Margt Carr

Patk Tracy b. 22 Feb 1819 Sp Patk Danagher & Bridgt Maher St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

Ann Tracy b. 3 Apr 1820 Sp. Willm Whelan & Mary Sulivan St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Bridgt Tracy & George Beanan/Bayman

Judy Beanan b. 11 May 1824 Sp. Bridget Collins St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

Thomas Bayman b. 14 Dec 1826 Sp. Henry Reily & Eliza Cottingham St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Jno Tracy married Mary Oliver Wit [spon?]: Mary Connor & Dinnis King 24 May 1824 St. Nicholas South and West, Galway City

Jno Tracy & Maria

Michl Tracey b. 11 Jan 1826 Sp. Patk Oliver? & Briget Tracy St. Nicholas South and West, Galway City

 

Honor Tracy married John Lasker Wit: Edward Good & Elisabeth Geraghty 21 Jan 1825 St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Edmd Tracy & Bridgt Tracy

Bridgt Tracy b. 7 Sep 1832 Sp. Margt Sweeney St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Eleanor/Ellen Tracy & Francis McDonough

Mary Ann McDonough b. 15 Nov 1832 Sp. Michl Berry & Mary Tracy St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

Belinda McDonagh b. 13 Nov 1836 Sp. John Lally & Margt Lynch St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

Francis Augustin McDonough b. 28 Aug 1843 Sp. James Thornton & Mary Ann McDonough St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

John Tracy married Mary Flynn Wit: Luke Flynn & Mary Flynn 19 Feb 1833 St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Patk Tracy & Margt

John Tracey b. 17 Sep 1833 Sp. John Harney & Margt Connolly St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Patk Tracy married Mary Higgins Wit: Marty Hynes & Mary Holland 8 Oct 1834 St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

Patt Tracy & Maria Higgins

Peter Andrew Tracy b. 1 Nov 1839 St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Jand Tracey married Nico Manion Wit: Willm Tracy & Jonns Quin 3 Jan 1835 St. Nicholas South and West, Galway City

Jane Tracy & Nichs Mannion

Mary cathe Mannion b. 1 Nov 1835 Sp. William Tracy & Honor Tracy St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Bridgt Tracy & Michl Scully

Mary Ann Scully b. 15 Mar 1835 Sp. John Connor & Ann Saft? St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Mary Tracy married Peter Burns Wit: Michl Berry & Eleanor Farrell 23 Feb 1841 St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

Mary Tracy & Peter Byrne/Burns

Eliza Byrne b. 24 May 1836 Sp. Michl Byrne & Eliza Byrne St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

Mary Byrne b. 15 Oct 1839 Sp. Martin Bergann & Agnes? Mooney St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

Winifred Burns b. 5 Nov 1841 Sp. Michl Conlon & Ellen Holland St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Cathe Tracy? & Peter Kelly

Mary Kelly b. 9 Oct 1836 Sp. Timothy Kelly & Cathe Kelly St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Catherine Tracey & John Mason

William Mason b. 19? Dec 1839 Sp. Danl Magee & Mary McDonogh St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Peter Tracy & Mary Hegarty

Mary Tracy b. 22 Mar 1841 Sp.Wm Mead & Ellen Hughes St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Ann Tracy & Rev? Nichs Burk

Ellen Burk b. 16 Sep 1841 Sp. Eliva Burke St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Michl Tracy/Treacy & Mary Fitzgerald

Mary Tracy b. 28 Mar 1842 Sp. John Gannon & Mary Kineen St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

Bridgt Treacy b. 8 Sep 1845 Sp. Mary Walsh St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Peter Tracey & Mary Burke

Catherine Tracey b. 18 Jul 1844 St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Margt Treacy & Peter Ruane

Bridget Ruane b. 24 Jul 1846 Sp. Mary Duggan St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Marian Tracy married Jas Gannon Wit: Clement Taylor Jas Quin & Anne Murphy 18 Sep 1848 St. Nicholas South and West, Galway City

 

Jane Treasy & Matty Hammond

John Hammond b. 30 Nov 1849 Sp. Cornelius & Bridett? Reardon? St. Nicholas South and West, Galway City

 

Biddy Treacy & Pat Ward

John Ward b. 1? Jun 1853 Sp. Anne Burke St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Mary Tressy married Thomas Holland Wit: Edward Licary & Bridget Lardner 5 May 1865 St. Nicholas East, Galway City

 

John Tracy married Anne Atkins Wit: Michl Mahey & Cathe Digny? 31 May 1865 St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

John Tracy & Ann Atkens

Mary Cathe Tracy b. 7 Jun 1867 of Dalys? P Sp. Patt Connell & Mary Walsh St. Nicholas North and East, Galway City

 

Mark Treacy & Ellen Cook

Edmond b. 23 December 1870 Galway No.1 (LDS)

Honoria Treacy b. 22 September 1872 Galway No.1 (LDS)

John Treacy b. 17 Apr 1874 Galway (LDS)

Mary Treacy b. 23 November 1875 Galway No.1 (LDS)

Bridget Trinay? b. 31 Jan 1877 Foster Street Galway, Galway (LDS)

Mark Treacy of Forster Street, grocer, & Ellen Cook

Michael Thomas Treacy b. 23 Nov 1880 of Forster St (LDS)

Mark Treacy & Ellen Cooke

Edmond Treacy b. 26 Dec 1870 Sp. Patt Concannon & Ann Cooke St. Nicholas East, Galway City Parish

Honoria Treacy b. 22 Sep 1872 Sp. Pat Daly & Bridget Haherly St. Nicholas East, Galway City Parish

John Tracy b. 15 Apr 1874 Sp. Bartly Cooke & Mary Connell St. Nicholas East, Galway City Parish

Mary Tracy b. 25 Nov 1875 Sp. John Malony & Ellen Connell St. Nicholas East, Galway City Parish

Bridget Treacy b. 5 Feb 1877 Sp. Timothy Forde & Bessy Glynn St. Nicholas East, Galway City Parish

Francis Treacy b. 6 Oct 1878 Sp. Michl Mullony & Agnes MAlone St. Nicholas East, Galway City Parish

Michl Thos Treacy b. 28 Nov 1880 Sp. William Fahy & Minnie Fahy St. Nicholas East, Galway City Parish

 

Mark Treacey died 1882 Galway Registration, age 33

7 December 1882 Mark Treacy will

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Mark Treacy, late of Foster-street Galway, shopkeeper, deceased who died 10 July 1882 at same place were granted at Tuam to Ellen Treacy of Foster-street Galway the widow. Effects £369.7.4d.

 

Nora Quinn died 14 Mar 1917 Brooklyn Kings New York, age 44, widowed, b. 18 Sep 1872 Ireland (d. of Marcus Tracey & Ellen Cook both born Ireland) buried 15 Mar 1917 Cincinati, Ohio

 

John Treacy, 27, single, b. 1873 Ireland, (s. of Mark Treacy & Ellen Cook) married Margaret Towey, 28, single, b. 1872 Ireland (d. of Michael Towey & Ann Grady) 26 Sep 1900 Manhattan, New York, New York, United States

 

Delia Treacy, 36, lives Columbis Franklin, dress making, Divorced previous Husband Albert Strickland, b. 1878 Ireland, (d. of Mark Treacy & Ellen Cook) married James Mathie, 39, lives Cincinnatti, O, erecting engineer, widower, b. 6 May 1875 Cincinnatti, O. (s. of James Mathie & Margaret Pollock) on the 19 Nov 1914 Franklin, Ohio

 

Stephen Tracy married Maria Wilhelmina Gilligan Wit: Andrew Treacy & Cate Giligan on the 18 Apr 1872 St. Nicholas East, Galway City [see Roscommon]

Stephen Tracey of 79 Manor Street, Revenue Officer, & Maria Gilligan

Rose Tracey b. 24 Dec 1873 of 79 Manor Street. Jane Mathew her mark 71 Prussia Street present at birth [North City Dublin]

Stephen Treacy of Salt Hill, Inland Revenue Officer & Maria Wilhelmina Teresa Gilligan

Andrew Mara? O'Conor Treacy b. 4th December 1879 Salt Hill [Galway PLU]

 

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 ... ”

28 Dec 1882 The Irish Canadian

At Galway, on December 4th Mr Stephen Treacy, an excise officer, was found dead in bed. The servant called Mr Treacy to breakfast at eleven o'clock in the morning, when he told her he would not rise for a little longer; and at four o'clock she again called him to dinner, but receiving no reply, went into the bedroom and found him dead. Deceased was a widower and 48 years old.

 

Thomas Treacy & Delia Shaw

John Thomas Treacy b. 11 Jun 1880 Sp. Thomas Lydon & Margret Bennett St. Nicholas East, Galway City [no PLU record found]

 

1890s

Joe Young’s ‘Windy Waters’

The 250 feet deep spa was part of Thomas Tracey’s mineral water works and licensed premises in Mary Street at the end of the 19th century. On the death of Mr Tracey, Joe Young was appointed manager. He later married Mrs Tracey’s niece, and on the marriage, the business was signed over to Mr Young. He later acquired the Eglinton Street frontage after a law dispute with Mr John Forde (whose pub can be seen to the right of our photograph ). Notice how the tree outside the pub softens the streetscape.

http://www.advertiser.ie/galway/article/80218/joe-youngs-windy-waters

 

Joseph Samuel Young, full age, bachelor, merchant, of Mary St. Galway (s. of William Young, gentleman) married Edith May O'Connor, minor, spinster, of 20 Belvidere Avenue (d. of John James O'Connor, clerk, Record & Writ Office) Wit: Richard Mitchell Burgess & Ellen Buckley on the 15 November 1902 St. George Church of Ireland [North] City of Dublin

[1911 Census Katie Young age 24]

 

Thomas Treacy died 1890 Ballinasloe Regiistration, age 50 [may be related to Stephen Treacy Excise Officer in Galway]

29 September 1890 Thomas Tracy Will

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Thomas Tracy, late of Mary street Galway, gentleman, who died 10 June 1890 at Ballinasloe Co. Galway, were grant at Tuam to Maria Tracy of Mary street widow the mother. Effects £573.2s.6d.

 

16 February 1895 Maria Tracy Will

The will of Maria Tracy late of Mary-Street Galway, widow, who died 7 September 1894 at same place was proved at Tuam by the Right reverend Francis Joseph MacCormack of St. Marys Taylor’s Hill RC Bishop and the Reverend Peter Dooley of College House PP both of Galway the Executors.

7 September 1894 Mary Street

Maria Tracy, widow, 85 years, widow of an Excise Officer, Clare Duncan cousin of deceased present at death Mary street

 

Palestine arrived 07 Mar 1842 NSW (Bounty immigrants)

John Mason (s. of William & Anne Mason, both alive) RC, farm lab, 21 years of Galway, Galway, Ireland

Catherine Mason (d. of Philip & Honora Tracey, both alive) RC, house sevt, 25 years, of Galway, Galway, Ireland

Children: Anthony 2 years (not included on Cert), William 16 months, male child born on board 8 Nov 1841.

Immigration from Galway to Australia, New South Wales & Queensland.

MASON            Catherine   1842            25                Galway,Galway              Phillip TRACEY / Honora xx            Both alive. Husb = John, 21 & 2 sons on board.         Ship =         Palestine   

MASON            Anthony                        1842            2                  Galway,Galway?            John / Catherine TRACEY               On board this ship.                   Birthplace not stated.   Ship =         Palestine   

MASON            William                           1842            1.25             Galway,Galway?            John / Catherine TRACEY               On board this ship.                   Birthplace not stated.   Ship =         Palestine   

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

 

 

 

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Sean Treacy (1924-1986) was born in 1924 in Galway City, where his father had a small business and his mother was a head teacher. He completed his education at St Jarlath’s College, much against his will. He joined the Irish Army Corps at the age of eighteen, becoming a pilot. [link] But after five years of flying he decided to become a publican in England. His first job was a learner-barman at the Goldhawk, Shepherd’s Bush. Within a year he was managing Finch’s King’s Arms in the Fulham Road, Chelsea. He stayed there for eight years before taking the tenancy of the Queen’s Elm, further up the Fulham Road. The Queen’s Elm was patronised by many famous people in the arts in the 60’s and 70’s. His first book, A Smell of Broken Glass, was published in 1973, followed by Shay Scally and Manny Wagstaff, in 1976.

 

For generations one of London’s most famous watering holes was The Queen’s Elm on Fulham Road, Chelsea. The 20th century pub features in A Smell of Broken Glass, the 1973 memoir of its Galway-born landlord Sean Treacy - Laurie Lee kindly thought up the title. In Treacy’s day the walls were covered with original JAK cartoons and his collection of antique pipes. When Treacy died in 1986 the pub closed.

Other Photographs:

May Treacy, Hugh Burden, ??, ??, Bill Thompson, Sean Treacy http://www.flickr.com/photos/alias-archie/490497025/

Sean Treacy  http://www.flickr.com/photos/alias-archie/3994008476/

 

 

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 Glinsk & Kilbegnet

 

Mary Treacy, 25, b. 1843, single (d. of Patrick Treacy) m. John Saxon, 32, b. 1836, single (s. of Samuel Saxon) 23 Feb 1868 Ballymoe, Co. Galway, Ireland

 

 

 Kilbride

 

 

Treacy family of Clonbur

Would you have information on the Treacy family of Clonbur/connemara, county of Galway?
I have information of a Thomas Treacy, wife name unknown, probably born abt 1850? Childrens names Daniel, Patrick, James, Walter, Hubert, Katherine, Bridget, Elizabeth, and Molly.
Patrick Joseph was my grandfather, born in 1889. He immigrated children immigrated to United States with sister Elizabeth on the SS Ivernia on April 29th, 1909, Boston, all of the children immigrated also, with the exception of Walter. Some prior to 1909 and some after. The childrens last name on manifest changed to Treacey. Over time it has now become Tracey. Any information of family members in Ireland or Patrick Joseph's brothers and sisters is appreciated. 
Thanks,
James Tracey
Waltham, Massachusetts 29 Jan 2008
email: jptpats@aol.com

As the vast majority of the Treacys of Galway come from east Galway, it may be assumed that the registrations in the PLU of Oughterard are for the one family.

 

State Registrations Marriages:

 

James Tracey, Oughterard, 1871 4 574

Thomas Tracy, Oughterard, 1st Quarter 1878 4 426

 

State Registrations Births:

 

Tracey, James, Oughterard, 1872 4 552

Tracey, Mary, Oughterard, 3rd Quarter 1880 4 367

Tracey, John, Oughterard, 4th Quarter 1881 4 371

Tracey, Hugh, Oughterard, 1st Quarter 1883 4 416

Treacy, Bridget, Oughterard, 2nd Quarter 1885 4 373

Tracey, Daniel, Oughterard, 3rd Quarter 1887 4 340

Tracey, Patrick, Oughterard, 4th Quarter 1889 4 319

Tracey, Elizabeth Sarah, Oughterard, 3rd Quarter 1891 4 321

Tracey, Thomas, Oughterard, 2nd Quarter 1893 4 311

Tracey, John James, Oughterard, 3rd Quarter 1895 4 303

Tracey, Kathleen Anne, Oughterard, 2nd Quarter 1897 4 309

Treacy, Walter, Oughterard, 3rd Quarter 1899 4 305

 

 Kilconickney (& Kilconieran)

 

Killconerin Parish is located in the middle of East Galway, five kilometres south-east of Athenry on the road to Loughrea. There is a signpost to the church on the road. It is one of the two areas named in the Books of Survey and Distribution of the seventeenth century where the Traceys held land in Ireland. In Kilconienan, there is the remains of an old church which contains two slab stones dedicated to the Traceys. From the position of these stones it may be likely that this was a Tracey family church. As such, it would be the earliest known family structure and should be of interest to all Traceys. Unfortunately, the graveyard is very overgrown and the end wall of the church now forms part of a cow shed.

 

 

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The old church of Kilconieran…inserted in the wall near where the alter was is a stone with the following inscription:

“Erected by Martin Tressy, to pray for his wife Honoria alias O’Bryan and his daughter Mary deceased and the rest of his family. 1755”

 

 

 

 

On another horizontal flag below the first stone is written:

“Pray for the wife of Patrick Tressy Margo ??as who ??? who ?oved the 14th of ??? 1760”

Lickerrig School Folklore Report 1837-8 in Stanley, Cathal ed. (2000) Castles & demesnes: gleanings from Kilconieran and Clostoken.Galway.

 

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Also in the same cemetery are the following:

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“O Lord have mercy on the soul of James Tressy who dep May 1829 age 66 years erected by his wife Mary Tressy alias Donohue and their sons Pat Tressy & Thady Tressy. AD 1841?”

Also scratched on the tomestone are other deaths including “son Michael 1940”

Erected by Martin Treacy late from Montreal Canada West in memory of his parents his mother Ellen Birmingham who died November 17 1836 Also his father Thady Treacy who died December the 19th 1846 May their souls rest in peace Amen”

 

Mary Tressy/Treacy & Martin Keogh

My g'mother was a Marie Keogh (b19.5.1886) from Dugrane (Doogaunan) nr Loughrea. Her sisters were Winifred (b23.11.1887- think she went to New Zealand), Anne/Nancy (b25.8.1891- went to Waltham, Mass. & married a Harold Keough?), Bridget/Delia (b12.5.1897) and Eileen/Ellen (b20.11.1899- married a Finn?). Her brothers were John/Jack and Martin, who stayed in Galway & never married; Jack farmed Dugrane and Martin farmed St Clearns, Craughwell.
Their parents were Martin Keogh (bc1848) and Mary Forde (b26.6.1857 Ballynagreeve) who m'd 16.2.1885at Killeenadeema. Martin's parents were Martin K (bc1816) and Mary Tressy/Treacy? (bc1820) who lived at Carrabane.
Mary Forde's parents were John Forde (bc1815, d1869) and Honoria Callanan (bc1833, d1871) who lived at Ballynagreeve. Plenty more brothers & sisters etc.
Is anyone out there connected?

Bryony Moore (View posts) 29 Jul 2002

 

In addition to the headstones in Kilconierin that you have identified (http://www.traceyclann.com/files/Galway2.htm), two additional headstones of interest to you there may be:

- Erected by Margaret Tracy alias Fury and her son John in memory of husband Michael Tracy died 26th January 1804 aged 58.

- In memory of Edmond Trasy died 6th March 1791 aged 61 and his son Dan died 2nd July 1830 aged 66. Erected by Thady Trasy 1830.

Additionally, by way of suggestions / query, the 'Mary Tressy/Treacy & Martin Keogh' family listed under Loughrea are also from Kilconierin-Clostoken parish.

Finally, in the 1821 census, there are Tressy's in both Moyode and Rathgorgin. As you've noted they also appear in the Book of Survey and Distribution for the parish (Creggaturlough), and more signifiently, the Calender of Patent Rolls at the beginning of the seventeenth century (Kilconierin). The fact that Rathgorgin-Moyode-Kilconierin-Creggaturlough are all the one area in north-west Kilconierin can be no coincidence and means the Tracey's/Tressy's lived in this area of Kilconierin for centuries. It is also clear that they are one of three or four of the most significent families in tracing the legacy and history of Kilconierin parish though the centuries.

Best Regards,

Steve Dolan. sakdolan@hotmail.com 25 Aug 2012

 

 Kilconly & Kilbannon

 

James & Margaret Treacy of Doogara

 

 

 Kilkerrin & Clonberna

 

Bridget Treacy & Thomas Kelly

I'm searching for any information on Thomas Kelly who married Bridget Treacy they were living at Timicat in the parish of Kilkerrin. Bridget Treacy died in 1971 and Thomas Kelly died in 1964. Also anyone who has any photos of Timicat that they are willing to share would be great. Another big ask is anyone willing to take photo's of Kelly graves at Kilkerrin cemetery for me. Thanks in advance Lynda
LYNDA DOWLING 31July 2006 Lynda Dowling Feb 5, 2008

 

John M. Tracy (b. 19 Feb 1854 County Galway, Ireland d. 26 Apr 1939 Sterling, Whiteside, Illinois) (s. of Patrick Tracy b. County Galway, Ireland & Catherin Stevens b. County Galway, Ireland) [Connection to above?]

Occupation: foundryman

Residence: Sterling, Whiteside, Ills

Spouse: Deborah Tracy

Burial Date: 29 Apr 1939 Sterling, Whiteside, Ill.

 

 Killascobe

 

Edward & Anne Treacy of Ballinruane

 

 

 Killeenadeema

 

Catherine Tressy & Francisus Connare

Ferdinandus b 5 Jul 1837 c. 19 Jul 1837 Sp. Eugenus Byrnes & Catherine Byrnes St. Dympna's - Kileenadeema Parish, Loughrea

 

 Killian & Killeroran

 

Andrew Tracy (b. St. Brandons [St Brendan's Loughrea?]) & Catherine Costello

Catherine b. 2 February 1865 Killeroran (LDS)

Thomas b. 25 August 1866 Killeroran (LDS)

Andrew b. 4 July 1868 Killeroran District (LDS)

Catherine b. 24 August 1870 (LDS)

Julia b. 18 February 1877 (LDS)

 

Katie Tracy, 21, Single, b. 1870 US (d. of Andrew & Costello) married Edward Gallagher, 27, single, b. 1864 Scotland (s. of Patrick & O'Brien) 20 Sep 1891 Manhattan New York

 

Anne E. Tracy (b. circa 1817[-1821] Galway d. 15 September 1902 Watsonville Santa Cruz California) m. Thomas Gaffey (LDS)

Anne Tracy & Thomas Gaffey

Philip Gaffey b. 08 Oct 1864 Kellerovan/Killeroran, Galway, Ireland (LDS) [Killeroran, Killeroran, Co. Galway]

Anne Elizabeth Tracy (Gaffy). Born on May 8th 1817. Her family originally came from Gloucestershire, England--then Leinster--then Connaught and perhaps she was born there? She married Thomas Gaffy and lived in the Town of Ballygar Galway where 10 children were born. Thomas Gaffy died on the 4th of July 1865. He was listed as a farmer. Anne Elizabeth Tracy Gaffy, left Ireland in 1868 and she died on September 15th, 1902 in San Francisco, California USA. We are seeking information about her parents and her ancestors. MHG7867726@aol.com

Gaffey

John T. Gaffey (b. 1860) was a native of County Galway, Ireland. His parents were Thomas Gaffey and Ann (Tracy) Gaffey. Thomas was Scots-Irish and Ann was Irish. He came to America with his mother, after the death of his father. Gaffey was among those who arrived in San Francisco by way of the Isthmus of Panama…

Irish Families on the California Trail By Michael C. O'Laughlin

Mr. Gaffey was born in Galway, Ireland, November 1, 1860, the son of Thomas and Ann E. (Tracy) Gaffey. His mother's family were of old Norman Irish stock. Authenticated records state that Sir William Tracy, an ancestor of the twelfth ...

American biography: a new cyclopedia, Volume 36

 

Honoria Tracy m. Jacobus Lally 17 February 1879 Roman Catholic Killian & Kilronan (LDS)

 

Patrick Trassy/Tressy/Trac(e)y & Catherine/Kate Curley (also Mullagh Parish?)

Ann b. 31 March 1870 Kiltormer (LDS)

John Trassy b. 9th September 1872 Galway (LDS)

Thomas b. 10 November 1875 (LDS)

Peter b. 6 August 1878 Killoran (LDS)

 

Thomas Treacy & Margarett Carty

Anne b. 4 April 1864 Killeroran District (LDS)

 

Thomas Tracy & Mary Gaule/Ganle

Margarett b. 7 April 1865 Killeroran (LDS)

William b. 9 May 1866 Killeroran District (LDS) Ganle

 

Thomas Tracy, age 37, widowed (s. of William Tracy) married Catherine Kelly, single, (d. of Hugh Kelly) 8 Sep 1864 Kelleroran, Gal, Ireland (LDS)

Thomas Tracy married Catherina Kelly Sep 1864 Roman Catholic, Killian And Kilronan, Galway (LDS)

Thomas Trac(e)y m. Catherine/Catherina Kelly ??? September 1864 Roman Catholic Killian & Kilronan (LDS)

Bridgett b. 27 June 1865 Killeroran (LDS)

Anne b. 13 September 1866 Killeroran (LDS)

Philip b. 19 July 1867 (LDS)

Joseph b. 20 April 1868 (LDS)

Joseph b. 19 August 1871 (LDS)

Julia b. 21 May 1872 (LDS)

Joseph b. 20 March 1874 Killeroran (LDS)

Michael Joseph b. 8 September 1876 (LDS)

Margaret b. 3 September 1878 Ballygar (LDS)

 

Tom Tracy & Mary Linsky

Mary Tracy (b. 1824 d. 3 Mar 1901 Newbridge [Galway?]) m. John Coon (b: 1819) 1839 in Newbridge

Children

Has No ChildrenKATHERINE (COON) CULLEN

Has No ChildrenMARY ANN COON KEATING

Has ChildrenTHOMAS COON b: 1 Jan 1850 in GALWAY IRELAND

Has ChildrenBRIDGET (COON) DELANCEY b: 16 Sep 1854

Has ChildrenPATRICK COON b: 13 Feb 1865 in GALWAY IRELAND

Has ChildrenJOHN COON b: ABT 1860

Updated: Aug 25 2001

[Note: Both Linsky and Coon/Coone are very rare surnames in Ireland]

 

 Killimorbologue (& Killimore, Tiranascragh)

 

Bridget Trasy & Patrick Larkin of Killimor, Co. Galway. LDS film # 1279215

John bapt. May 18, 1839

Bridget bapt. Sept. 1841

Ann bapt. Nov. 1843

Mary bapt. June 10, 1850.

 

John Boland & Mary Treacy 30 Jan 1861 Killimor Martin Boland & Mary Burke

 

Michl Trasey married Honor Quinne 10 May 1868 Wit: John & Mary Mannion. Killimore and Tiranascragh Parish

Michl Trassy/Freacy & Honor/Anne/H Quinn

Honor Trassy b. 15 Nov 1874 Sp. Pat Hageney? & Bridget Hogan Killimore and Tiranascragh Parish [Honor]

John Trassy b. 28 Nov 1876 Sp. James Quinn & Honora Trassy Killimore and Tiranascragh Parish [Anne]

John Trassy b. 6 Jan 1879 Sp. John Power & Julia Manion. Killimore and Tiranascragh Parish [H]

Martin Trassy b. 6 Nov 1872 Sp. John Walsh & Win Trassy. Killimore and Tiranascragh Parish [Honor] Martin Freacy b. 13 Jan 1873 Portumna (LDS)

 

Michael Treacy & Anne Quinn

John b. 8 January 1877 (LDS)

Michael Treacy/Freacy & Honor Quinn

Mary b. 15 October 1870 (LDS)

Honor b. 8 April 1875 (LDS)

 

Patrick Treacy born around 1790 - 1794 in Tynagh and Mary Egan, born in 1811 in Loughrea. [see Tynagh]

Edward Treacy, born about 1830 probably in Tynagh or Killimor Galway

Edward Treacy & Bridget Boland 20 Jan 1857 Killimor John Boland & Michael Burke

Edward Treacy & Bridget Boland

Bridget Tressy     26 Feb 1860    Killimor     Martin   & Mrs. J Boland

Catherine Trassy 14 Aug 1864    Killimor     Thomas Bolan & Callagy

Michael Treacy     07 Nov 1866    Killimor     Laurence Bolan & Anne Bolan

Sarah Treacy       22 Mar 1869    Killimor     Bernard Boland & M A Treacy

Michael Treacy/Trasy born in Killimor, Galway on 25 Mar 1852.

 

Tirnascragh

p.8 Other residual elements of the Ice Age are those conspicuous rocks, known as Erratics which lie east of Reddy’s Bridge in Pat Joe Treacy’s land.

p.31 Photo: School Group 1925 Junior Room – Treacys. Photo: School Group 1925 Senior Room – Janie Treacy, Molly Treacy, Beasie Treacy, Kathleen Treacy, Joe Treacy, Ebbie Treacy, Jack Treacy.

p.35 Photo: Confirmation Group 1964 – Gerard Treacy, Margaret Treacy

p.37 Photo: Tirnascragh 1949 (Hurling Team) – Thomas Treacy

p.39 Photo: Tirnascragh School Cup Winners 1988 (Hurling Team) – Philip Treacy, David Treacy. In 1885 a football club was formed in Tirnascragh. The members comprised…Fergus Treacy…

p. 57 Bridget (Beasie) Treacy, Born 1914 Allington, became Sister Bernadette in 1930 in the Order of Jesus and Mary, in Crossmolina, Co. Mayo.

p. 58 1647 Donatus O Trussi (Treacy) Papal provision (Collect. Hibernica, No.2 44)

p.75 1991 The seven-a-side Hurling winning team:…David Treacy, Joseph Treacy…The Camogie winning team were:…Marie Treacy…The Football winning team were:… David Treacy, Joseph Treacy…

p.82 Confirmations: 06-05-1925 Michael Joseph Tracey (b. 1913)

p.83 July 23, 1901 National School Second Class…Fergus Treacy…

p.85 1903 School Register…Joseph Treacy b. 2/11/1898 of Earlstown farmer’s son, Ambrose Treacy b. 12/12/1902 of Derrew farmer’s son, Bernard Treacy b. 6/12/1892 of Earlstown farmer’s son…

Hogan, Fr. Ray mhm (2004) Tír Chínn Eascragh. The Land at the Head of the Sand Hills. Tirnascragh. Private Publication.

 

 Kilmoylan

 

Claretuam

Michael Tressy died November 1860 aged 41

 

 Kiltormer (& Laurencetown)

 

Fergus Trassy & Bridget Lyons

Thomas Trassy b. 28th December 1871 Galway (LDS)

Bridget Trassy b. 18th January 1874 Kiltormer, Galway (LDS)

 

John Tracey & Mary Holleran

Patrick b. 13 March 1864 Kiltormer (LDS)

 

Michael Tracey & Ellen Larkin

Bridget b. 26 June 1878 Kiltormer (LDS)

 

Patrick Tracey & Mary Boohan

Maria b. 19 August 1865 Kiltormer (LDS)

 

Lawrencetown National School, 1880 to 1923

John Treacy, 9 years, Kylemore, son of farmer (31/5/1887)

Mary Treacy, 7 years, Lawrencetown, daughter of labourer (13/5/1890)

Michael Treacy, 5 years, Lawrencetown, son of constable (18/2/1892)

Kate Treacy, 3 years, Lawrencetown, daughter of widow (27/11/1893)

Kathleen Treacy, ??? years, Ohil, orphan (22/6/1901)

 

 

 Kiltullagh and Killimordaly

 

Bartholamew Tressy & Mary Morressy

Michael Tressy b. 20 Oct 1880 Backpark, Ireland (LDS)

 

Bridget Tracy (b. 25 Mar 1846 Kiltollgh, Ireland d. 11 Aug 1919 Sterling, Whiteside, Illinois) (d. of Michael Tracy b. Kiltollgh, Ireland & Catherine Stephens b. Kiltollgh, Ireland)

Occupation: House Keeper

Burial Date: 13 Aug 1919 Calvary Cemetery

 

 

 Kinvara (& Kinvarradoorus)

 

http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/galway/church.htm

 

Pat Forde & Kate Madden

Winny b. 27 February 1845 Cloonasee Spon: Barth Tressy & Biddy Skerrett 2/6

 

Michael Leigha & Mary Joint

Mary Leigha b. June 17 1847 Killina Sp. Michael Monaghan & Kate Tracy

 

Darby Trassy & ???

Ellen Trassy b. abt. 1838 married Mathias Killen 8th February 1864 Kinvarra RC Galway (LDS)

 

Pat & Mary Geagan

Mary Geagan b. August 20 1852 Kinvara Sp. James Tracy & Sally Glynn

 

Michael Trassy & Bridget Sheedy

Mary Trassy b. 28th October 1877, Cahereon, Galway (LDS)

 

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."

 

Treacy - Mary b. 1839; Michael b. 1841 Galway. Place names mentioned Kinvara & Portumna. They left Galway for Tipperary (Thurles) some time between 1841 and 1850/51.

Margaret Hall
Seeking Michael Treacy borm 1841 & Mary born 1839 possibly Kinvara Galway, Gaillimh

galway pre 1850  (May 05)
Other Entries for this Member:

 

McCoy family Bishop Auckland
Coulthard family Haltwhistle
Coulthard family Lambley
Kelly Twomileborris, and Parish
Coulthard family Wetheral

 

Michael Leigha and Mary Joint

Mary b. 17 June 1847 Killina sp. Michael Monaghan and Katy Tracy

 

 

 Lackagh

 

Martin Tr(e)acy & Mary Hession

Mary b. 13 February 1866 Turloughmore [Common?] (LDS)

Margaret b. 26 November 1867 (LDS)

Edward Tracy b. 21 Feb 1873 Galway

John b. 8 April 1875 (LDS)

Martin Tracy & Mary Hepian

Peter b. 25 June 1876 (LDS)

 

Patrick Thracy & Ellen Conlon/Connellan/Hanlon

Bridget b. 24 Oct 1874 (Connellan) (LDS)

Mary b. 2 Mar 1877 [Barnaboy] Galway (Hanlon) (LDS)

Margaret b. 16 Dec 1879 Galway (Conlon) (LDS)

 

Patrick Treacy & Honor Delaney

Mary b. 23 December 1869 (LDS)

Patrick Thracy & Honor Delaney

Thomas Thracy b. 31 Jan 1873 Turloughnione, Galway. (LDS)

Edmund Thracy b. 16 May 1874, Galway. (LDS)

Julia Thracy b. 01 Dec 1875, Turloughmore, Galway. (LDS)

Michael Thracy b. 04 Jun 1877, Galway. (LDS)

Kate Thracy b. 28 May 1879 Laraghmore, [Lackagh More?] Galway. (LDS)

 

Patrick Tracy, 26 years, b. 1879 Ireland, papermill (s. of Patrick Tracy & Norah Delaney) m. Mary Curran, 25 years, b. Ireland, domestic (d. of Martin Curran & Norah Lyden) 20 Sep 1905 Norwood, Massachusetts

 

Martin Tracey, single, b. Ireland (s. of Patrick Tracey & Nora Delaney) m. Mary Taylor, widow, b. Delaware (d. of William Schields & Elizabeth Gallagher) 11 Aug 1937 Dillon, Beaverhead, Montana

 

Stephen Thracy & Biddy/Bridget Murphy

Edmund Thracy b. 13 Jan 1873 Turloughnione, Galway (LDS)

Thomas Thracy b. 23 Jan 1875 Turloughmore, Galway (LDS)