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Nicholas Treacy of Cappasallagh Portumna Galway, landlord Marquis of Clanricarde, 29a/2r/0p, poor valuation £17/0/0, old rent £17/10/0, new rent 1 £16/0/0, new rent 2 £12/19/0
Patrick Treacy of Polldorragha Tuam Galway, landlord Mrs. Isabella Rodney, 11a/2r/0p, poor valuation £3/10/0, old rent £3/18/4, new rent £3/10/6, Fixed in Court in Dublin
Mary Treacy of Woodfield Gelenamaddy Galway, landlord Captain Quintin Dick, 24a/2r/32p, poor valuation £7/5/0, old rent £13/0/0, new rent £8/10/0
Mary Treacy of Knockballyvisiteal Tuam Galway, landlord Mrs. Isabella Rodney and another, 21a/2r/20p, poor valuation £12/10/0, old rent £14/11/0, new rent 1 £13/5/0, new rent 2 £12/16/0
John Treacy of Knockballyvisiteal Tuam Galway, landlord Mrs. Isabella Rodney and another, 17a/2r/20p, poor valuation £10/5/0, old rent £12/6/0, new rent 1 £11/0/0, new rent 2 £10/4/0
Thomas Treacy of Shoodaun Loughrea Galway, landlord Captain Henry T. Hall, 12a/2r/0p, poor valuation £5/5/0, old rent £5/9/0, new rent 1 £5/3/0, new rent 2 £4/13/6, Consent
January 10, 1900 (FJ) United Irish League
Gurteen Galway...T. Trassy.
Rhynland, Queenstown to Phila 10 Apr 1900
Michael Tracy, 24, b. 1876 Ireland, lived Mink [Meelick Galway?], brother paid passage, brother Jere Tracy 1201 South Western Ave Chicago
Belgenland, Queenstown to Phila 1 Jun 1901
Kate Tracy, 17, b. 1884, lived Gort [Galway], sister Bridget Tracy, 26 E Walnut Lane Germantown Phila. called for her.
13/2/1901 Patrick Treacy of Carrowreagh Galway, landlord John D.F.K. Mahon, 25a/2r/28p, poor valuation £11/10/0, rent £11/10/0, Judical, purchase £239?, advance £230, cash £46
25/11/1901 Bridget Treacy of Lisheennaheltia Galway C.D., landlord Trees? of Michael Reily, 33a/1r/31p, poor valuation £-, rent £19/13/0, formerly Judical, purchase £307?, advance £295?, cash £59?
23/7/1901 John Treacy of Derrew (Parish of Kilquain) Galway, landlord Baron Ardilann, 29a/1r/9p, poor valuation £17/10/0, rent £12/7/6, Judical, purchase £223, advance £223, cash £45
23/7/1901 Edward Treacy of Derrew (Parish of Kilquain) Galway, landlord Baron Ardilann, 32a/0r/9p, poor valuation £15/15/0, rent £15/15/0, Judical, purchase £283, advance £283, cash £-
1901 (283) Public Works Loans Bill
Patrick Treacy, Co. Galway, 9 July 1885, for Farm Offices, £50 advanced £40, £4.0.9 paid, £35.19.3 outstanding/written off, The borrower was evicted in November 1893 for non-payment of rent, and is reported to have no means. The landlord is not liable. the lands have been let to a new tenant.
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.
1901 Census of England
Bridget Treacy, 52, Ireland Galway, Mill N K, Halifax, Yorkshire
Mary Tracey, 23, Ireland Galway, Whittington, Derby
Thomas Tracey, 70, Galway Ireland, Mossley, Lancaster
'Noordland', Queenstown to Phila 4 May 1902
Kate Treacy, 18, b. 1884, lived Tuam [Galway], Sister Mary, 1932 Calumet Ave Chicago. Heard just before leaving, invited.
June 30 1902 Philadelphia Inquirer (Pennsylvania)
Tracy - On June 28, 1902, John Tracy native of Kinvara, County Galway, Ireland...from his son Michael E. Tracy 2822 Bristol street...
1/7/1902 Sarah Treacy of Derrew Galway, landlord Baron Ardilaun, 15a/2r/7p, poor valuation £5/0/0, rent £6/0/0, partly Judical, purchase £108, advance £108, cash £22
1903 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act - Estate of Patrick James Blake (unsound)
5/11/1908 John Treacey of Atticoffey West Galway, 2a/2r/18p, poor valuation £2/5/0, rent £1/3/0, not Judical, purchase £25, advance £25, cash £-
Nov 25 1903, Patrick Treacy, tenant, Fitzgeraold Kenny, landlord, Peak, Galway, 20a1r24p, £3.15.0 valuation, £6.14.0 rent, judicial, £95 purchase price and advance, 25 years
Jul 9, 1904 & Jul 16, 1904 (IT) Assault on a Clergyman
...remarkable assault committed on Rev. William Colgan, Incumbent of Killannin on 1st inst...The accused, Mart Tracey, who hails from Clough, County Galway, is a farmer. He is charged with having at Ballydavid, County Galway...good deal of drink taken..."Martin Tracey of the parish of Gurteen, took the pledge from me to-day. - J.M. Pelly, C.C. Presbytery, Ballymacward."...Tracy was then returned for trial, bail to the amount of £20, with two securities of £10 each being accepted.
August 20, 1904 Kentucky Irish American
Ireland - At the Galway assizes a man named Martin Treacy was found guilty of assult on the Rev. W. Colgan at Athenry, and was sentenced to six months imprisonment with hard labour.
May 3, 1905 (IT) Sale of French Estate
...Monivea...clearing of the large grazing farms...a farm of 80 acres was next visited...new tenants...P. Kelly, Peter m'Guan Secretary Monivea Branch UIL, Miss Ruane, Bernard Tracy and M. Nohilly...
May 20, 1905 (IT) Grazing Farms. A midnight march in county Galway
...district of Ballymabella...They went toards William Tracy's house...Michael Dooley, who with Tracy, holds a grazing farm at Treanbawn...continued to play as far as Eastwell Cross...
Before March 31 1905, Michael Tracey of Killooney Galway, S.J. McDonagh Estate?, herd, New holding 31a/1r/20p, £20/11/6, sale £570, cash £85, total £655
April 2 1906, Michl Treacy, Clogh, Galway, 8a0r36r, £3.5.0, not judicial, £60 purchase price and advance, consolidated with no.177
April 2 1906, Michl Treacy, Clogh, Galway, 2a3r0r, £17 purchase price and advance, consolidated with no.119
April 2 1906, Martin Treacy, Clogh, Galway, 7a1r0r, £3.5.0, £140 purchase price and advance, consolidated with no.182
April 2 1906, Martin Treacy, Clogh, Galway, 3a1r0r, £16 purchase price and advance, consolidated with no.130
June 28 1906, Thomas Treacy, Omaun more, Galway, 10a0r2p, £3.10.0 valuation, £3.10.0 rent, £84 purchase price and advance, consolidated with no.105
June 28 1906, Thomas Treacy, Cooldorraghan & Cloonconra & Cloonriddla & Lieraminaun, Galway, 28a3r30p & 1a1r0p & 1a3r12p & 1a2r0p, £310 purchase price and advance, consolidated with no.74
1906 [Cd. 3238] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish Land Act, 1903, during the period from 1st November, 1903, to 31st December, 1905 - Galway
July 31 1905, Michael Treacy, Carragh, 28a3r30p, £460 purchase price and advance,
Mrs. Margaret Treacy, Knock, Milltown, Tuam, Galway
1906-7 Names and Address of Holders of Egg Distribution Stations in each County
Mrs. Mary Treacy/Tracey, Cornamona, Clonbur, Galway
1906-7 Names and Address of Holders of Turkey Stations in each County
Mrs. Tracey, Castle Turvin, Athenry, Galway
May 11, 1907 & May 25, 1907 (IT) Charge of unlawful Assembly at Athenry
...Dernoo/Derroo...defendants...young men...Barkley Tracy, Wm, Tracy...
Jul 24 1907 (IT) Government and Cattle driving
...Thomas James Smith, of Ballinasloe, County Inspector RIC...list of persons accused...B. Tracy, William Tracey...
1907 Stallion asses have been placed by the Department with...
Thomas Treacy, Newcastle, Galway
1907 [Cd. 3509] Royal Commission on Congestion in Ireland.
Second Year Premium Boars...Mrs. Margaret Treacy, Knock, Milltown, Tuam
Eggs...Mrs. Mary Treacy, Cornamona, Clonbur, Galway.
Stallian Asses...Thomas Treacy, Newcastle [Galway?]
John Tracey of Ballinclough Galway, Estate P.J. Davey, 48a/2r/0p, rent £22/0/0, evicted May 1895 (not re-instated)
Michael Treacy of Cahereen Galway, Estate Studdard, 60a/0r/0p, rent £34/0/0, evicted 23 Sept 1897
1907 – 1925 Members of the Tuam Rural District Council - Archives
Treacy, Martin (Abbey West)
Treacy, Thomas (+1918)
1907 List of Persons who have lodged application with the Estates Commission as Evicted Tenants
2731. John Treacy, Clonkella, Ballycrissane, Ballinasloe. Ballinahisera, Lord Clanricarde Estate. 18a/0r/0p, £7.15.0 rent. Present tenant - Landlord. Circumstances of Applicant: 24 years, Unmarried.
7412. Mary Treacy, Cooldoragha, Portumna. Derrada, Lord Clanricarde Estate. 18a/0r/0p, £8.10.0 rent. Present tenant - Johnstone. Circumstances of Applicant: Widow, two sons, one in America.
1908 Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act - Noicholas W. Colahan Estate
12/2/1908 James Treacy of Ballinrooaun Galway, advance £3, cash £3
Mar 14, 1908 (FJ)
Milltown (Galway) UIL...1s...J. Tracy, J. Tracy, sen...M. Treacy...
Belclare (Galway) U.I.L, per Thos. Treacy...
Killea (Tipperary) U.I.L. per S. Treacy...
Apr 4, 1908 (FJ) UIL?
Boula...2s6d Mr. N. Treacy...2s...P. Treacy...
Jun 16, 1908 (IT) Lough Corrib
...Messrs Tracy and Barton......The largest trout weighed 5.5lbs caught by Mr. Tracy...
July 1908 Final year list of King's Scholars, qualified for Certificate of Compency in Irish and won prize of £5
Delia K. Treacy, of Tuam Convent Galway. St. Mary's training college, Belfast
US State Department records
Martin F. Treacy born 1908-11-30 at Laraghill, Ballyglunin, Co Galway son of Patrick Tracy now resides Norwood, MA date 1932-09-17
Feb 2, 1909 (FJ) Monster Demonstration in Tuam
...platform...Mr. M. Treacy, D.C...
22 may 1909 (CTr) Eyrecourt and Meelick U.I. League
12 jun 1909 (CTr) Tuam District Council
3 jul 1909 (CTr) Newcastle
...election of Officiers...T. Treacey...
9 oct 1909 (CTr) Galway Teachers
...Mr. Comer (Glenamaddy) seconded, and the plan of campaign suggested was debated, Messrs. Kenny, CEC [Oranmore]; Parker, Joyce, Heneghan, O'Tracy, and the Chairman Taking part...
Nov 20, 1909 (FJ) Eyrecourt and Meelick (Galway) UIL
9 apr 1910 (CTr) Religious Ceremonies at the Convent of Mercy
...Merey Convent Tuam...Miss Tracey daughter of Mr. M. Tracey, entered the novitiate...Miss Tracey that of Sister Aloysius...present Mr and Mrs M Tracey and Miss Tracey...
18 june 1910 (CTr)
...Tea Room Oughterard...Corrib Fisheries Association...present...Fred W. Tracy...
26 aug 1910 (CTr)
...One Length of Frieze...2. Miss tracy, Newcastle...Special prizes presented by Hon. Mrs Campbell for best 1/1 lb of butter exhibited. 1. Miss Treacy, Newcastle.
3 sep 1910 (CTr)
...East Galway Executive...Eyrecourt: John P. Tracy...
‘Friesland’, Liverpool to Phil 10 Sept 1910
Delia Treacy, 18, b. 1892 Co Cavan Ireland, Friend Michael Fern 18 Pullbank Rd New Terny. Passage paid by brother. In Boston, here since Feb 10, 127 W Concert St Boston, 2 sisters married phila, Pa. brother James Treacy Phila Country Club, Mrs Rose Day. 5'6”, dark complexion, dark hair, brown eyes.
Ellen Tracy/Triacy, 30, b. 1880 Milltown Ireland, married, father Martin Belmont Milltown Co. Galway. Lived Tacony US from 1897 to 1910. Husband Frank Tracy 7214 Tulip St Tacony Pa. Husband called for them, husband has 1st papers. Fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes.
'Haverford', Queenstown to Phila 25 Sep 1910
John F Tracey, 55, b. 1855 Clifden Ireland, married, USC, lived Clifden Ireland, brother Michael Clifden Co Galway, lived US 1906, to home 213 Ribecca St N Braddock Pa
5 nov 1910 (CTr)
...Kinvara UIL...P. Tracy...
Nov 10 1910, James Tracey, Caheroyn Galway, 8a3r18p & 0a2r0p, £3.13.6 valuation, £105 purchase price and advance, 28.4 years
24 dec 1910 (CTr) Kinvara
John Treacy of Ballinahiscra Galway, Estate Marquis of Clanricarde, 18a/0r/0p, rent £7/15/0, evicted Dec 1895
Jan 5 1911, Patrick Treacy, Alloon Upper & Cloongawna & Whitepark Galway, 13a1r34p & half 26a2r8p & 57a3r38p, £6.8.0 valuation, £8.1.10 rent, £144 price and advance
1912-13 [Cd. 6028, 6029, 6096, 6137, 6187, 6263, 6330, 6393, 6403, 6420, 6424, 6443] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish land purchase acts, during the month of November, 1910. - Galway
5th January 1911, Patrick Treacy, Alloon Upper & Cloongawna & Whitepark, 13a1r34p & half 26a2r8p & 57a3r38p, £6.8.0 valuation, £8.1.0 rent, £144 purchase price and advance, 17.7 years
7 jan 1911 (CTr) Eyrecourt and Meelick
28 jan 1911 (CTr) Ejectments
John J. Cheevers got an ejectment decree against...Lawrence Tracy...
4 mar 1911 (CTr) Lahiff Estate
...parish of New Inn, county Galway...105 acres grazed by Messrs Dooley and Treacy are acquired by the Commissioners for the purpuse of enlarging the holdings of small tenants...
11 mar 1911 (CTr) Friends Again
Sergeant Fahy summoned Michael Tracy, Martin O'Donnell, both of the same place, for fighting...Mr. Steedy's store when Tracy came in and he began arguing about a wall that was knocked down...
1 apr 1911 (CTr)
...annual convention of the Galway Co. Board GAA...Kilconnell FC John Tracy, James Kelly...
6 may 1911 (CTr) Galway County Board
The election of the County Committee for the coming year...T. tracy, Kilconnell...
13 may 1911 (CTr) Memory of Parnell [Memorial]
How Galway was represented in the Metropolis [Dublin] on Sunday...Kilconnell...John Treacy...Belclare Branch UIL...Thomas Treacy...Eyrecourt Branch UIL...John Tracey...
'Friesland'. Queenstown to Phila 22 May 1911
Michael J Treacy, 30, b. 1881, married, lives 6 years Phila USA, Father: Mich'l Terrybrien Gort [Galway]. Home 2531 W Silver street Phila Pa [with one]
Catherine Treacy, 21, b. 1890, married, lived Gort, Father: Mich'l Terrybrien [Derrybrien?] Gort. Home: 2531 W. Silver Street, Phila Pa.
27 may 1911 (CTr)
...Galway County Board...Kilconnell, J. Tracy...
7 oct 1911 (CTr) Ballinasloe Show
...Veterinary Surgeon - Cantrell Tracy, M.R.O.V.S. (see Cantrell Tracy of Naas)
21 oct 1911 (CTr) The Public Meeting
..."honest John Dillon"...delegates...Eyrecourt UIL...J. Tracy...
11 nov 1911 (CTr) Kinvara
Dec 1 1911, John Tracey, Kilquain & Woodfield Galway, 25a1r0p & 14a1r1p, £475 price and advance
23 dec 1911 (CTr) United Estates Committee
...seconded by Mr. Thomas Tracy Largahmore..."...condemn...the action of Peter Broderick of Laraghmore...
1911 [Cd. 5488, 5489, 5490, 5624, 5639, 5750, 5758, 5887, 5890, 5952] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish Land Act, 1903, during the month of November, 1909 - Galway
1st July 1910, Thomas Treacy, Laraghmore, 15a0r32p, £4.0.0 valuation, £4.17.10 rent, £107 purchase price and advance, 21.8 years
1911 Census England
Andrew Tracey, 73 years, b. Ballygar Resident County Galway, Newcastle Under Lyme
1911/1912 Derrybrien to Tiernascragh
Tiernascragh Heritage Project
‘Derrybrien to Tiernascragh’ Centenary Commemmoration Saturday 9th June
In 1911/1912 eight families were relocated from the parish of Derrybrien in South Galway to the parish of Tiernascragh in East Galway. The eight families were Kelly (3), Daly/Quinn, Fahy, Flynn, Madden, and Treacy. Their arrival had a profound effect on their new parish in terms of its impact on school, church, commercial and social life.
They were relocated by the Land Commission to what was part of the Kenny estate, in the townland of Longford in Tiernascragh parish. They were allocated a new Land Commission house on a farm of land. Though now a journey of less than one hour by car, it was then a very long and hard journey for each family. Roads were in poor condition and the journey was undertaken on foot because they had to walk their few animals to their new homes. The journey is reputed to have taken 2 days to complete with an overnight stop somewhere near Abbey.
To mark this event, Tiernascragh Heritage Project are having a special mass in Tiernascragh church at 5pm on Saturday 9th June 2012, followed by the unveiling of a commemorative stone by the Mayor of County Galway (Cllr. Michael Maher). This will be followed a social gathering in the nearby community centre where a short historical address by Dr Brian Casey entitled; Migration, Resettlement and Commemoration in the Parish of Tieranascragh will take place, followed by refreshments and music. A large attendance is expected for this very special event.
Further details are available from Patrick Madden, Chairman, Tiernascragh Heritage Project at 087 6505561.
13 jan 1912 (CTr) Kinvara
A large meeting...present...P. Treacy...subscriptions in aid of the Cavanagh and Kelly...collections...Killina, Ballybuck and Roo per...T Tracey...
13 jan 1912 (CTr) Amazing Story of Second marriage
...at Ballinasloe [court]...Patrick Tracey was charged with bigamy...James Morris, Guilford England deposed: I remember Patrick Treacy, in [25th September] 1882, asking me to his marriage. It was in September. I attended at his marriage and was present at the registry office where he was married in Guilford. He was married to Miss [Harriett] Mills...Elizabeth Treacy, Cleeve Lodge, Queens road, Kingston-on-Thames, daughter of the prisoner deposed:...my father and mother lived together until May 1903...Rev. Father Joyce deposed: I was administrator of Ballinasloe in 1904. On 3rd July I celebrated a marriage between P. Treacy and Bridget Glynn...Bridget Glynn deposed: I reside at the Workhouse Ballinasloe...There was one child of that marriage. He lived with me 12 months after we were married...prisoner replied "What I have heard is perfectly true"
10 feb 1912 (CTr) Strong Protest from Kinvara League
16 mar 1912 (CTr) Killimore
A large attended meeting...T. Tracey...
30 mar 1912 (CTr)
At the Galwat Petty Sessions on Monday John Tracy from Athenry, a young man about 24 years of age, was charged with discharging fire-arms on the public street in Galway and with being drunk in charge of firearms....defendant was a plumber on the railway, and was a young man of excellant character; he was going away to Australia this month; or if the magistrates wished to let him off he would go back to Athenry...case adjourned for a week.
April 22, 1912 Amsterdam Evening Recorder
Malachi M. Tracey died at his home, No. 91 Brookside avenue, at 5:30 o’clock Saturday afternoon, of pneumonia aged 61 years. Mr. Tracey was a native of Galway, Ireland and came to this country twenty-five years ago and has made Amsterdam his home since that time. He was a devote member of St. Marys church and was a respected citizen. He is survived by his wife, six daughters, Mrs. John Lee, Mrs. Patrick Horn, Mrs. Bert Moore, Mrs. Robert Dunham, Mrs. John Slappy and Miss Mary Tracey and two sons, Lawrence and Edward Tracey. He was the father of the late Malachi M. Tracey, Jr., after who the local post of the American Veterans of Foreign Service is named. The funeral will be held at the house tomorrow morning at 9 o’clock and at 9:30 at St. Mary’s Church. Interment in St. Mary’s cemetery. Friends kindly omit flowers.
16 May 1912 IT
Two young men named Gunning and Treacey were drowned in the Shannon, returning from Shannonbridge Tuesday night, a third man named Kenny escaped. Both men had their passages in their pockets for America.
18 may 1912 (CTr)
Two young men named Tracey and Cunning from Clonfert, near Banagher, were drowned in the Suck near where it adjoins the Shannon on Tuesday night. A third man who was in a boat which overturned escaped.
18 May 1912 (CTr)
...Kiltormer Club...present...Peter Treacey...Michael Treacey...[Michael Lyons, son of William, lost his life in the Titanic diaster]
17 aug 1912 (CTr) United Irish league
...Kinvara...P. Tracy...appointed to solicit subscriptions...Ballybuck and Killina and Cahercon - P. Tracey...5s each...T. Tracey...
11 Oct 1913 (CTr) another old Resident Passes away
The death has taken place at May Villa, Salthill of Mrs Tracey, an old and esteemed resident, at an advanced age. The remains were conveyed by rail yesterday to Ballinasloe, and thence to Ballygar graveyard; where High Mass will be celebrated this (Friday) morning for the repose of the soul.
12 oct 1912 (CTr)
...death occurred at Lydican, Claregalway of Mr Patrick Walsh...chief mourners were...and the Messrs. Treacey (brothers-in-law).
Nov 23 1912 (LO) Connacht Assizes
Galway. Patrick Treacy. Bigamy.
1912 Monthly returns of advances made under the Irish Land Act
John Tracey of Gorteen Galway, 35a/2r/18p, value £13/10/0, rent £10/5/0, price £220, amount £220, 21.5 years of rent
Thomas Treacy of Killymore Galway, 17a/3r/23p, value £7/0/0, rent £5/12/0, price £120, amount £120, 21.5 years of rent
Catherine Treacy of Knockarevan Galway, 22a/1r/12p, value £9/10/0, rent £6/10/0, price £140, amount £140, 21.5 years of rent
1912 Monthly returns of advances made under the Irish Land Act - Former estate of Sir Hy G Burke
14/11/1912 John Tracey of Killoran Galway, 13a/3r/38p, price £110, amount £110, consolidated with parcel 0a/3r/31p, £3, £3
1912-13 [Cd. 6465] Evicted tenants (Ireland).
Martin Treacy, Derrada, Galway, Aug 1891, £8, 18a, Clanricarde estate, re-instated
1 nov 1913 (CTr) Loughrea Petty sessions
...allowing a public vehicle to be used on the public road without a light...Daniel Tracy was fined 1s and costs.
20 dec 1913 (CTr) South Galway Board
...appeal...against the Gort Club being awarded the junior championship...Arising outof the referee's report on the said match, two players named Tracy (Gort) and O'Donnell (Peterswell) were suspended...
1913 Monthly returns of advances made under the Irish Land Act - Estate of Thomas W. Higgins
18/4/1912 Martin Treacey of Glen Galway, 5a/3r/26p & undivided 1/11 of 13a/2r/0p, value £3/0/0, rent £2/7/6, not judicial, price £50, amount £50, 21 years of rent
Oct 11, 1913 (IT) RIC
Transfers...Patrick Tracy, Kerry to Galway, W.R...
March 1914 IT
Fethard [on-Sea] Lifeboat Calamity...Collected in Portumna...D. Treacy 2s 6d...
2 may 1914 (CTr) Headford Petty Sessions
...Mr Mivchael Newell...lambs...His herd, John Tracey, reported all his lambs 33 in mumber correct on April 15th...farm at Cuilleen...
2 may 1914 (CTr) Galway Union
An inmate, Laurence Tracy, wrote a letter in flowing language, complaining that his pass had been stopped, and, therefore, he could not go out to look for work...
30 may 1914 (CTr)
...Killimore [hurling team]...J. Tracy...
Jul 22, 1914 (FJ) Speech of Mr. Muldoon MP...Mr. Hazleton MP
Tuam, yesterday...In an eight paper, he was proposed by Mr Michael Donohoe, Belclare, and seconded by Mr. Thomas Treacy, do. Assentors - Messrs. Patrick Onsbro, Stephen Treacy, Michael Hardiman, Martin M'Donagh, Bartly Lally, Peter Grady, John O'Brien, Mathias Donohoe.
27 jun 1914 (CTr) [Ballinasloe Court]
...Mr. Tracey, V.S., swore he found one beast lame...
13 jul 1914 (CTr)
Lawrence Tracey, an imate of the Galway workhouse...Defendant was allowed out on a number of occasions to get work...jail for a month.
25 jul 1914 (CTr)
...Petty Jury...Martin Tracey...
15 aug 1914 (CTr) Ballinasloe Petty Sessions
John Tracey, cappatagle, was bound to the peace for twelve months, for assaulting patrick hardiman of the same place.
29 aug 1914 (CTr)
With regard to the proposed sinking of a well at Caherinisker, Mr. Tracey, N.T., who was present said that he was of opinion that there was not much likelihood of their getting water in that locality during the summer months as the soil was of a loose character...There are only six families in Caherfinisker, and two of them have already signed a requisition for the further sinking of a well at Ballinacregg...Greethill...Burkes house...
12 Sep 1914 (CTr) The Casualties
...wounded and in hospital appears the name of Pte. O Tracey (7737) of the Connaught Rangers...
Some idea of the gap in attitudes betwwen young Dublin nationalists and some of their country cousins at the begining of the war is given by the case of the unfortunate Michael J. Ashe [Ordance Survey]...he attended a meeting of the Irish Volunteers in Loughrea Co Galway...The local police obtained statements from witnesses...One informant, Pat Treacy, a farmer from Rathruddy [Rarruddy], who regularly sold eggs to ashe, produced copies of the Irish Worker, Sinn Fein and Ireland, which the Dublin man had left with him. Treacy told the RIC: He asked me if I would like the Germans to win. I said I would not, why would I, and that only for the English I could not live...
Yeates, Pádraig (2011) Dublin 1914-1918 A City in Wartime: Easter Rising 1916. Gill & MacMillan, Dublin.
Dec 5, 1914 (IT) Winter Assizes
Connaught...Grand Jury...Philip N. Tracey...
1914-1918 Ireland’s Memorial Records
J. Treacy, Private Dorset Yeomanry (Queen's Own) 1st/1st Age: 24 Date of Death: 20/09/1918 Service No: H/73495.
Son of Michael and Mary Treacy, of Ballyboggin, Athenry, Co. Galway.
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.
Inscription ordered: He died so that others should live in peace thy will be don (Mrs A. Treacy, Rossmore, Woodford, Co. Galway, Ireland)
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
John Joseph Treacy, Cappagh & Ballinderry – buried France aged 37.
In his will he leaves all his property to his wife, Mrs Annie Treacy, Rosmore, Woodford, Co. Galway. [Will]
John Treacy. Reg. No. 73495. Rank Private, South Irish Horse (attached Dorsetshire Yeomanry). Died Egyptian Expeditionary Force 20/9/1918. Born Athenry.
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.
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
Robert. smiths565 17 Apr 2008
I am researching this family as I think I may be related.
seanpat 28 Apr 2012
Thomas Treacy. Reg. No. 14185. Rank Private, Royal Munster Fusiliers 1st batt. Died of wounds France 2/6/1918. Born Ahascragh, Co. Galway.
Age 34, Son of Michael and Bridget Treacy, of 28, Brown St., Moss Bank, Widnes, Lancs.; husband of Gladys Treacy, of River View Cottage, Compass Hill, Kinsale, Co. Cork. Son Thomas M born 7/6/1916.
Bagneux British Cemetery (Gezaincourt) (Somme France) Treacy, T, United Kingdom Private 14185 Royal Munster Fusiliers 02/06/1918 Age: 34 II. E. 25.
Inscription ordered: For in life we loved him dearly and we love his memory still (Mrs Treacy, 169 Cresent Road, Brentwood, Essex)
1914-1920 British Army WWI Service & Pension Records
James Tracey, Longhrea, Galway,
John Tracey, b. abt 1882, Galway,
Patrick Treacy, b. abt 1893, Tynagh, Galway
William Tracey, b. abt 1888, Abbey, W Galway
6 mar 1915 (CTr)
...meeting of the County Galway National Teachers' Association was held in the Town Hall Athenry...delegates...Galwal Central...M.T. Tracey...
29 may 1915 (CTr)
Wounded Connaught Rangers...Tracey, 9305?, Lsc? Cpl M; Tracy, 7433, Co. Quartermaster-Sergt. J;...
26 jun 1915 (CTr)
Thomas Tracey, Laraghmore, summoned Mary and Ted Wynne, Laraghmore, for setting a dog at him, and for using threatening language...cross-cases...dismissed all cases...
11 sep 1915 (CTr) A western sensation
...Ballinturley...at the County Infirmary, where the injuried girl, Norah Tracy, lies....discharging firearms at her...Her sister, who was with her was not injured...
18 sep 1915 (CTr)
For cycling without a light at Drought, Patrick Tracy was fined 2s6d and costs...
12 Feb 1916 Western People
Milltown Petty Sessions... Children's Court - Painful Affair. At the conclusion of the ordinary business of the siiting a childrens court was held before which Delia Treacy and John Treacy children aged 14 and 12 years respectfully charged their stepmother Honor Treacy of Ardnagall with assault and ill treatment...The father and the uncle of the children were present in court and the evidence revealed unhappy family relations...By his first marriage there were five children and by the second there were three...James treacy the uncle of the two children said the children had been living with him recently...adjourned.
1 April 1916 Evening Herald
Cupid Goes Astray "Canooíiling and Philandering" ín Breach Case. "All that I Ask Is Love" The hearing of a breach of promice case in Ballinasloe attracted about a score of ladics to the local Court on yesterday...Thrown in along with this was a íairly good supply of "canoodling and philaudering '' (laugnter) The defendant was a man called Treacy, who was married twice previously and recided near Loughrea...The plaintif was a farmcr's daughter residing at Springfield, Kiltomer living with her brother...
22 April 1916 Connacht Tribune
Apology. I, Patrick Treacy, of Aloon, Ballymacward, do horeby apologise to Martin Tierney and Mrs Mary Morrisscy, of Esker, Glentane, Co, Galway, for a slander uttered by me in relation to their characters, and I hereby unreservedly withdraw the words used on the occasion in question (the Ist day of April, 1916), and undertain not to interfere with them in any way in future, and pay all costs in this matter Dated this 10th day of April, 1916. (Signed) Patrick Treacy.
Jun 10, 1916 (IT) Prisoners Deported
...100 prisoners had been removed from Richmond Barracks, Dublin and lodged in Wakefield Detention Barracks...
Tracey, T., Dean street, Kilkenny
Tracey, M., Athenry
1 July 1916 Connacht Tribune
Portumna Board of Guardians...Rev M. Donohoe CC wrote thanking the Guardians for their resolution of sympathy on the death of his sister Mrs Treacy Killoran. Similar letters were received from Mr M Donohue (Master) and Messrs P and J Donohue, and Mr Treacy.
6 July 1916 Freemans Journal
Treacy—July 4 1916. at her residence, Carrenderry, Williamstown, Anne, wife of Francis Treacy and mother of Rev Frank Treacy, St Mary's Rochester and Rev Patrick Treacy, Dayton New York. Funeral to Castlerea to-morrow (Friday).
22 Jul 1916 Western People
2 December 1916 Connacht Tribune
Patriick A Fahy, Monivea, summoned John Treacy, Monivea [Galway], for tresspass. The dispute arose out of a compliant against the defendant of having used a donkey and cart in the use of a passage to a well, which, he stated was to be used only by foot, according to the division of the land by the Estate Commission...dismissed the case as a question of title was involved.
Treacy, Frank (Cloonfree Coy.) 40, 445
Treacy, James (Mountbellew, Ballinasloe) 458
Treacy, John Joseph (Ballinturly, Fuerty) 445
Treacy, Joseph (Dunmore Coy, Co. Galway) 454
Treacy, Michael (North Longford Flying Column) 462
Treacy, Nora (Ballinturly, Fuerty) 445
Treacy, Pat (Ballinturly, Fuerty) 445
Treacy, Patrick (Glenamaddy Coy.) 445, 453, 454
Treacy, Thomas (Cootehall) 141, 165, 194, 445
MS 33,604 (17) Sheehy Skeffington Papers NLI
Concerning lost property, social arrangements, public lectures.
Letter from Mrs Treacy, Tuam;
Ms 33,933 (3)
31st August 1917 Freeman’s Journal
Frank Gallagher, Knockalisheen, Co. Clare, was charged with having on the 22nd July and 29th July practised parties of young men at Meelick, Co. Clare, in movements of a military nature.
Sergeant James Treacy stated that on the 22nd July about fifteen young men were put through military movements by the accused at Meelick. Accused gave the party military commands, and under those commands the party went through military drill and movements.
6 oct 1917 (CTr)
Michael Tracey, raford, who was described as a labourer, was charged...with unlawfully killing Martin Hansherry at Moyode on the 16th September...He stumbled against a stone and in grasping the gun it went off, and shot the deceased in the back of the right thigh...adjournedment to the next Petty Sessions...
1917 USA Draft Registration
Barton [Martin?] Tracy b. 1889 Tuam Galway Ireland, labourer, no dependants, lives 14 Highland Park Newton Mass
Bernard Joseph Tracey b. 27 Feb 1887 Manchester England, alien, machinest, single, no dependants, lives 230 Concord Ave Detroit Mich [family from Galway]
Bert Tracy b. 16 Jun 1889 Manchester England, alien, Moving Pictures Actor Myers Theby Comedy Co, single, no dependants, lives 820 Reocaside Ave Jacksonville Fla [family from Galway]
Daniel Tracey b. 15 Jan 1887 Dunmore Galway Ireland, naturalised citizen, married, wife and 5 children under 12 years, lives 309 Court St Elizabeth NJ, railway freight conductor at Central railroad of NJ
Daniel Tracey b. 17 Jun 1886 Galway Ireland England, married, wife and three children dependants, lives 78 Megait St Boston Mass, naturalised citizen, motarman ay boston Elevated Cars
Dennis Tracey b. 17 Mar 1893 Dunmore [Galway] Ireland, naturalised citizen, parents dependants, single, lives 1080 E Grand Elizabeth NJ, Fireman at Standand Ceil
Edward Martin Treacy b. 15 Nov 1895 Portumna Galway Ireland, declarant naturalisation, trucker Western Electric Co, single, no dependants, was private coast artillery USA 6 months, lives 3805 Indianalla Chicargo Ill
James Joseph Tracey b. 14 Apr 1894 Galway Ireland, grocery clerk Atlantic & Pacific, single, no dependants, flat feet, lives 3805 Ind Ave Chicago Ill
James Treacy b. 23 Dec 1887 Ballinasloc [Ballinasloe Galway] Ireland, declared intention naturalisation, Catholic priest Fays Diocese, no dependants, single, clergyman exemption, lives Starkmathu NJ
Lawrence Tracy b. 08 Nov 1892 Gallaway [Galway] Ireland, declared naturalistion, machinest at Remmington, single no dependants, lives Mildred Ave Stroollyn Pa
Michael Francis Tracy b. 26 Oct 1893 Portumaria [Portumna Galway] Ireland England, single, no dependants, naturalised, US citizen, lives 4535 Park Ave? NY, Platform man at Aine? Express Co
Michael J Tracy b. 20 Sep 1892 Glenamaddy Galway Ireland, declared intention naturalise, grocer clerk, single, no dependants, lives 16 Ellet Boston Mass
Michael J Tracy, b. Sept 20 1892 Glenamaddy Galway Ireland, lives 16 Ellet Boston Mass, single, grocers clerk
Patrick Joseph Tracey b. 17 Mar 1890 Cornamona [Galway] Ireland England, single, lives 18 Buiney St Boston Mass, grocery clerk at John T Connor
Patrick Treacy b. 07 Mar 1891 Dunmore Galway Ireland, naturalised citizen, clerk in railroad office, single, no dependants, lives 309 Court St Elizabeth NJ
William Tracy b. 13 Jul 1888 Galway Ireland, alien, handyman Strand Oil, wife dependant, married, lives 10014 Almira Ave Cleveland Ohio
1919 [Cmd. 57, 68, 370] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish Land Purchase Acts, during the months of January, February and March, 1917. - Galway
25th October 1917, Michael Tracy, Longford, 35a0r0p, £23.4.0 rent, £532 price and advance, 22 years
November 1917 Treacy - The family of the late Mr. Treacy, Carrenderry [Williamstown, Co. Galway?], return their sincere thanks to the numerous friends who sympathised with them in their recent bereavement and hope they will accept this in acknowledgement.
June 18, 1918 New-York tribune.
Tracy - The Rev. Frank W. Tracy, native williamstown, County Galway, Ireland, June 14, St Mary's Hospital Rochester, Minn. Solemn high mass Wednesday morning 10 o'clock. St John Chrysostom Church, 167th St and Hoe av. Internment St. Raymonds.
30 Nov 1918 (CTr) Tweleve Arrests
At a special court held at Loughrea...twele men were charged with unlawfull assembly at Ballycrissane, Killmore, on the 18th Oct...a force of 85 police and 50 military...over eight hundred assembled at the farm...Constable...heard a member of the crowd say, "We are here to fight for the farm; We will die before we will let anyone have it". Witness identified Patrick Tracey, Ballycrissane; Andrew Muldoon, Old street and Patrick Killackey, Tieranascragh...
5 Jul 1919 (CTr) Tuam District Council
...Mr. TE Joyce, JP, for the Abbey East division and Mr. Tracy seconded....for Joyce...T. Treacey...
4 Oct 1919 (CTr) Tuam Quarter sessions
...burning of a store at Gumacurcreen Kilmoylan on July 26...Bridget Greaney, who owned the store...Ml Greaney, an employee of the Board [CDB] said...John Treacey, brother of the last witness, said he also saw the store being locked up...Peter Greaney, her son...
1918 Monthly returns of advances made under the Irish Land Act - former estate of E.T. Dames-Longworth
10/1/1918 Edward Treacy of Oatfield Galway, 16a/0r/23p, value £9/5/0, price £255, amount £255
1919 Monthly returns of advances made under the Irish Land Act - former estate of John J. Kearns (Land Commissioners)
Edward Treacy of Cossaun (part of) Galway, 44a/3r/26p, value £13/10/0, rent £13/10/0, price £256, amount £256, 18.9 years of rent
1919 Monthly returns of advances made under the Irish Land Act - former estate of Edith Kelly (Congested Districts Board)
March 6 1919 Martin Treacy of Kilgarve North Galway16a/3r/5p & undived half of 17a/1r/15p and South 28a/3r/25p, value £-, rent £11/0/0, price £281, amount £281, 25.5 years of rent
March 6 1919 Edward Treacy of Oakwood North Galway7a/2r/5p and South 35a/2r/14p, value £-, rent £6/8/0, price £163, amount £163, 25.4 years of rent
March 6 1919 John Treacy of Liss Galway, 30a/3r/5p, value £5/10/0, rent £9/11/0, not judical, price £239, amount £239, 24.8 years of rent
1919 Monthly returns of advances made under the Irish Land Act - former estate of Burton W. Persse
7/8/1919 James Tracey of Raruddy West Galway, 15a/2r/10, price £325, amount £325
Jan 5, 1920 (FJ) Robbed by masked men
...Portumna...an old man named Treacy was relieved of £3 and the contents of his cart...
Feb 19, 1920 (FJ) Teachers Differ
...Co. Galway National Teachers Association...An amendment by Mr M Treacy calling on the CEC to cease advocacy of the Education Bill as it had been rejected by the Church and the country was ruled out of order...
25 sep 1920 (CTr)
Patrick Tierney, ballyboy, summoned Mrs. Tracey for closing up a "kish" and stopping him from bringing home his turf...
Jan 24, 1921 (FJ) Terrorism in the Tuam District
...John Treacy, Abbey, was arrested. He surrendered a shot-gun...
Jan 24, 1921 (IT) Shootings in County Galway
...three men...were shot dead while attempting to evade arrest...John Tracy, Abbey was arrested. He surrendered a shot gun he had in his house...
John Tracey of Abbey Barnaderg/Ballycinin/Ballyglunin Co Galway, 26 Jan 1921 Courts martial of civilians, March 29 1921 held In field Ireland, charge GAA (D), fine s50/-, F.G.C.M. £2.10.0, default 2 months, fine paid
John Treacy, 2/RO/102 Cashier Irish Command, 05 Feb 1921 Internment camps & prisons, cheque £2-10-0. Particulars: Accused was asked by police if he had a gun he said he had and immediately handed same over. The police gave the accused an excellent character and was always a good friend to them.
23 April 1921 (TH) Dispute about a heifer
Michael Moran, Feigh Abbey, sued Peter and John Treacy, Abbey, for £20, the price of a heifer sold by plaintiff's son to John Treacy...Adjourned to the next sessions to have Moran's son produced in court.
Irish Military Archives
1921, Captain Patrick Treacy, IRA Galway
28 jan 1922 (CTr)
...instructions of Mrs Mary Treacey to sell by Public Auction...land at Carrick West, Cornamona, County galway contain 34 acres...two story thatched dwelling-house...yearly tenant at the yearly rent of £5.4.0. There is also a small house...yearly rent of £1.5.6
4 February 1922 (TH) Cormac Dall (or Charles Commions)
...a blind bard...died about 1790...An old man named Donnell Tracey, who lived at the Castle of Dunmore, said that he saw him and that he was then over one hundred years old...
6 may 1922 (CTr) Co. Galway Farmers' Association
...Tieranascragh - W. Broder, P. Tracy...
13 May 1922 (TH) Galway Famers Union
...Tiernascragh- W Broder, P Tracy...
7 October 1922 Connacht Tribune - Student Sucess
Mr. Anthony Treacy, Claretuam, a pupil of Tuam Christian Brothers Schools, won a £40 scholarship tenable for three years in Galway University.
19 oct 1922 (CTr)
...Killeen branch...send...Thomas Tracey as delegates.
23 December 1922 (TH) Unpurchased Tenant League
...delegates...w. Curran (Concanon St. George estate); P. Treacy, do;...
1922 Army Census
Bernard Treacy; 22; Vol, Infantry, home address: Monivea Galway, 21897 pay no: 24813, Joined: May 10th 1922 Mountbellew Co. Galway, single, RC, Next of kin: father, Next of kin: Bernard Treacy, Monivea; Tuam (Galway); download file
John Tracy; 22; Sergt, Infantry, home address: Drumrcay, Portumna, 9114 pay no: 14490, Joined: 15/3/22 Renmore, single, RC, Next of kin: moth, Next of kin: Ketie Tracy, Drumscay? Portumna; -; download file
30 January 1923 Cork Examiner
Kerry Farmer's Fate... John Tracey, Western Division, deposed to seeing deceased brought to the guardroom and heard him being questioned Lieut. Larkin. He saw him threaten Prendeville ...
Nov 8, 1924 (FJ) ...Murder of Thomas Prenderville at Tralee...
...Sergeant John Treacy...said he had been sergeant of a military guard on 1st January 1923 at Hartnetts Post, Castleisland...[of Galway?]
Michael Treacy; 23; Pte, Infantry, home address: Coldaraha, Portumna, 31294 pay no:10712, Joined: ?, single, RC, Next of kin: mother, Next of kin: Mrs Treacy, Coldaraha, Portumna,; Portumna (Galway); download file
Michael Treacy; 25; Private, Infantry, home address: Killarna, Ballinasloe, 31098/R10908 pay no: 10517, Joined: 25/3/1922 Galway, single, RC, Next of kin: mother, Next of kin: Margaret Treacy, Killarna Ballinasloe; Ballinasloe (Galway); download file
Michael Treacy; 36; Pte, home address: Backpack, Esker, Athenry, Co. Galway, 35156 pay no: 10769, Joined: 4/7/22 Craghwell, single, RC, Next of kin: father, Next of kin: Mr. Bart Treacy (same address); Buttevant (Cork); download file
Thos Treacy; 19; Pte, Infantry, home address: St. Michaels Sq, Ballinasloe, 31208 pay no:10729, Joined: 4/7/22 Portumna, single, RC, Next of kin: father, Next of kin: John Treacy, St. Michaels Sq Ballinasloe; Oughterard (Galway); download file
10 feb 1923 (CTr)
A meeting of the Ballinasloe Urban District Council...He also cautioned Miss Tracey for throwing out rubbish at the corner of the square and threatended to get the council to summon her...
9 jun 1923 (CTr)
...The following priests were in the choir...Rev Fr Tracey, do [Esker]...
Jun 13, 1923 & Jun 16, 1923 (IT) Inauguration of "Dun's Day"
...Sir patrick Dun's Hospital Dublin...The nurses who received their third year certificates were...Margaret Tracey, Kilkerrin, Ballinasloe...
25 aug 1923 (CTr)
...Treaty candidates...This gentleman man who interupted got seven days in Galway Jail for breaking into Mr. Treacy's house in Abbey...
29 sep 1923 (CTr)
...a case against Bartholomew Tracey, charged with that he did on the 8th June 1922 enter the house of a man named Patrick Monaghan...unable to identify accused...
6 oct 1923 (CTr)
At Ballinasloe Quarter Sessions... Bartley Tracey, labourer, Kiltullagh...house of Patrick Monaghan, Athenry...11 o'clock...accused in which he said he left Athenry that night at 8.30 o'clock. A later statement by accused in the barracks at Athenry was to the effect that left Athenry at ten o'clock. Accused was discharged.
13 oct 1923 (CTr) Larceny of Rabbit Traps
Patrick Treacy and his son, John, of Ardnafall, Milltown...the woman of the house...young Treacey was aged about eight years...Healy's and Treacey's lands adjoin. Michael Treacey said he saw
13 December 1923 IT
Inter-University Championship...Gaelic Football...Galway...T. Treacey...
Michael Vincent Threacy
Registration District: Portumna
Event Type: Births
Registration Quarter and Year: Jan - Mar 1924
Volume Number: 4
Page Number: 255
24 may 1924 (CTr)
...Headford District Court...Guard Peter Tracey...
Aug 5, 1924 (FJ)
Convent of Mercy, Tuam. Piano...Dilly Treacy...Singing...Dilly Treacy...Presentation Convent Tuam...Patrick Treacy...
6 dec 1924 (CTr) Galway Circuit Court
J. Tracey of Abbey, sued Norah Monaghan, same place, for £9.7.6 for shop goods supplied...Miss Bessie Fingletan gave evidence that she looked after the accounts for Mr. Tracey and also assisted in the shop...she got a cheque for £3.5.6 from Mr. Tracey to send to the Land Commission...goods paid for with eggs...A decree for £9.17.6 was given.
31 jan 1925 (CTr) Sensational Story
...fired a shot at the house of Wm Treacy, Ballanahilla, pulled Wm. Tracy out of his house, threatened to shot him...brother Walter...marry the girl...
9 oct 1926 (CTr) "Because of a Girl"
At Galway circuit Court...wounding William Tracey of Ballaanbilla, New Inn and also with assaulting Wm Tracey on the 24th June last...who hit him on the nose with a revolver...
25 apr 1925 (CTr)
Mary Coffee, Newtown, Ballinasloe against James Hardiman, same place, shop goods sold and delivered; decree for £3.6.9; against Thomas Tracey, Killaghaherna, £1.1.2...
16 may 1925 (CTr)
...Tuam Cummann na nGaedheal branches...Barnaderg...P. Tracey...
13 jun 1925 (CTr) Tuam Electorial Area
James Cunningham, N.T., Kilkerrin Ballinasloe. Proposed by Pk Cummings Kilkerrin; Seconded by Hugh Tracey, Derrnabrien, Mountbellew.
27 jun 1925 (CTr) Loughrea District Court
Martin Tracey, NT, Castleturbin, Athenry, brought an action against Peter Kelly, Athenry, for recovery of the sum of £10, price of a mare.
27 jun 1925 (CTr) Decrees at Ballinasloe
RD Council...against Margaret Tracey, Killaharda, £4.14.3...
11 jul 1925 (CTr) B.Sc. Degree Examination
Pass...Tracy, M P....
Nov 5, 1925 (IT) University College Galway
B.Sc...Tracy, Michael Patrick (Also B.E.)...
20 feb 1926 (CTr) Dereen District Court
John Tracey, Abbeyknockboy, was prosecuted by the sate for allowing gaming to be carried on in his licensed premises...adjourned...
13 mar 1926 (CTr)
We regret to record the death of Mrs John Tracey, Keelogue, Meelick, Eyrecourt, which occurred on Saturday last. deceased was 76 years of age, and one of the most respected residents of the district, and a member of the oldest and most popular families in East Galway. the funeral to the family burial ground, Meelick, on sunday, was large and representative, including representatives from the surrounding parishes for 20 miles. RIP.
20 mar 1926 (CTr) "A serious Offence"
...John Tracey, publican, Abbey, for permitting gaming on his premises...in the kitchen off the bar found three men playing cards...Witness seized the cards and some coppers...
17 jul 1926 (CTr) Land Purchase Annuities
5885? Bern Tracey, Glennaghloghaun S. Roundfield, T.1 Monivae, £2.9.5
...Wm Treacey, Ballinbilla, New Inn, was assulted with revolvers in June...
25 dec 1926 (CTr)
The following candidate for the position of district court clerk at Tuam...Tracey, Claretuam...
27 jan 1927 (CTr)
...the licence of Nicholas Daly, publican, Derreen...a man named John Tracey said they were members of a search party that were looking for his (Tracey's) sister, who had been missing for a week...John Tracey deposed that he lived about three miles from Daly's public house...They were searching Moyne Wood when, at about 4 o'clock, word was brought to them that his sister had been found about three miles away...
12 feb 1927 (CTr) In Tuam and north Galway
New District Court Clerk. Mr John Tracey, Claretuam, Tuam, has been appointed District Court Clerk, Tuam District, for the District Court areas of Tuam, Headford and Derreen.
5 mar 1927 (CTr) City Retreats
...Very Rev Wm Treacey of the Redemptorist order...
26 mar 1927 (CTr) At Dunmore Court
...Ml Tracey, Belwell, Dunmore, for having been under the influence of drink- Defendant was fined 5s on this charge and 5s for not having a light on his car.
25 jun 1927 (CTr) Eyre Square Galway
Programme...Hickey (Dublin) (Lightweight Champion of Ireland) v. Tracey (Dublin Lightweight)...
1 oct 1927 (CTr)
...Were you offered a house by Mr. Tracey, Ballindine at 5s a week?...
15 oct 1927 (CTr)
John Burke, Lecarrow, Athenry...I am woring for a man named Martin Tracey...
29 oct 1927 (CTr) Killimore Court Prosecutions
For allowing his cattle to wander on the public road...John Tracey, Lisdigney, was ordered to pay 2s...
17 Dec 1927 (CTr)
...breach of the Licensing Laws...found on premises...Martin Tracy, Esker...
The school was built in the year 1874. It continued until 1936. It was a one-roomed structure with a gable facing the road. It was situated beside the present school. Miss Monaghan and Miss Lohan taught there around the beginning of the century. Martin Treacy and his sister Julia were there until 1927. Julia Treacy taught in Coldwood until the year 1933.
14 jan 1928 (CTr)
...Cumann na nGaedheal conference at Headford...conference held in Mr. Donohoe's...E. Tracey...
4 feb 1928 (CTr)
...Ballymacward Ratepayers Association...seconded by Mr. P. Tracey...
18 feb 1928 (CTr) Portumna Small Tenants' League
18 feb 1928 (CTr) Mountbellew District Court
...summoned Hugh Tracey, Kilkerrin, for using a motor car that had not a rear light. Defendant was fined 10s.
24 mar 1928 (CTr)
...Late Mrs Kennedy wife of Mr MJ Kennedy, County Surveyor Galway...In the choir...the Very Rev. Fr. Tracey, CSSR Esker (cousin of the deceased)...
28 april 1928 (CTr)
...Castlelambert...dance at Knockbrack..got down off the bicycle near Tracy's cross-roads...
May 19, 1928 (IT) Irish Police News
7566 Guard Edw. Tracy, Roscommon to Ballinasloe.
Nov 24, 1928 (IT) Irish Police News
7566 Guard E. Tracy, Ballinasloe to Aughrim.
26 may 1928 (CTr)
Mr. James Tracey, Athenry, was presented with a clock, pipe and tobacco pouch by the Permanent Way staff, Great Southern Railway, on his retirement after 56 years' service.
2 jun 1928 (CTr) Dunmore District Court
John Tracey, Ardnagall, was summonded for not sending his child to school. His explanation was that the child had to go three miles to school and could not go in bad weather. An explanation was sent to the school but apparently was not delivered...Fined 2s and if there is another conviction the fine will be £2.
30 Jun 1928 (CTr) County Galway students
Diploma in Education...Annie V. Tracy...
22 sep 1928 (CTr)
At Athenry District Court...using vehicles unlighted...Michael Tracey, Esker, 1s...
22 sep 1928 (CTr) Dereen Court
Exemption orders for the fairs during the coming year were granted...John Tracey, publican, Abbey.
22 sep 1928 (CTr) Derreen District Court
...having stock wandering...fined 2s John Tracey, Corafaireen;
29 sep 1928 (CTr) Athenry Court
...Hugh Tracey, Kilkerrin, was fined 3s for using a motor car on which the identification plates were not distinguishable...
Jul 2, 1929 (IT) University College Galway
13 Jul 1929 (CTr) University College Galway
...Arts... Seond Class Honours...Tracy, MJ...Commerce...Pass...Tracey, MJ...
19 oct 1929 (CTr) Dereen District Court
...Mary E Tracy, Derren, summoned...for abusive and threatening language...she was sitting outside her house with her brother when defendant passed and told her to get away or he would dash her brains out...She knew there was litigation between her father and defendant...brother Martin...he had got an ejectment on the title against Treacy...adjourned the case for three months...
1 mar 1930 (CTr)
...Mr. J. Tracey, district court clerk.
Jun 25, 1930 (IT) National University Examinations
BA (Pass)...Patrick Tracey.
5 jul 1930 (CTr)
B. Comm Degree - Subsidiary Examination...Pass...Tracy, MJ...
29 nov 1930 (CTr)
...James Tracey...Killimore, were fined 2s6d for using unshod donkeys;
27 dec 1930 (CTr)
Three cocks of hay and one stack of corn were destroyed by fire in the farmyard of Mr. Michael Tracey, farmer, Cloonacusha, near Killimore. The fire was noticed at 1 a.m. by a neighbour who was returning from a dance. The cause of the outbreak is unknown.
27 dec 1930 (CTr)
...Wm Tracey...Tynagh...were fined 2s6d for using unshod donkeys;
19 Jan 1931 (CTr) Judge and Farmers
"No farmer in this country would pay a penny more for land than he is compened to pay, and he is quite right"...brought a civil bill ejectment on the title against Edward Treacy, Cussann, Athenry, for possession of lands at Fahy's Village...decree for possession.
7 Feb 1931 (CTr)
Deaths...Thomas Treacy, Newcastle, Athenry.
14 feb 1931 (CTr)
Galway [hurling]...passing to Tracy...
28 Feb 1931 (CTr)
Patrick Treacy...donkey...allowing stock to wander on the public road
21 mar 1931 (CTr)
On Monday last a first Months Mind Mass was offered at St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York, for the repose of the soul of the late Thomas Tracey, of Newcastle, Athenry, County Galway, who died on February 1.
21 Mar 1931 (CTr) Portumna Sports Field Open
120 yards race: 1. WJ Treacy...
28 mar 1931 (CTr)
...For £1, cash lent against Michael Treacy, Killalaghton...
11 Apr 1931 (CTr) In Portumna
The profession took place in the Convent of Jesus and mary, Gurtnor Abbey, Crossmolina, of Miss Bridget Treacy (in religion Sister Bernardette), daughter of Mrs. Treacy and the late Mr. Edward Treacy, Allington House, Ballycrissane...
16 may 1931 (CTr) Dead horse in stream
...John Treacy, Beagheauncen...
20 Jun 1931 (CTr) Juvenile Hurling at Portumna
...In the Portumna team Mick Treacy, though not yet fourteen, was playing like a vetern full back. He was an outstanding sucess, and will yet, we predict, play for the county. His brother Joe, and Frank Dolphin did gret work at mid-field...
4 jul 1931 (CTr) First Arts Examinations
...Second Class Honours...Tracey, Carmel M...
11 jul 1931 (CTr)
...fined 2s for allowing their animals to wander...Ballindooley...Thomas Tracey, do...
11 jul 1931 (CTr)
...Pass. Tracy, Mary V...B. Comm Degree...Pass...Tracy, Martin J...
25 Jul 1931 (CTr)
Amongst those who are spending a holiday in Portumna, their native place...and Mr. James Treacy.
25 Jul 1931 (CTr) Gort Open Meeting
...E. Tracy, Limerick 69...
25 Aug 1931 (CTr)
...To John Treacy, Esq, District Court clerk Tuam...
25 Aug 1931 (CTr)
...Butter salt...3. Mrs Treacy, Cappa...
3 Oct 1931 (CTr)
Thomas Treacy, Killeen, Ballyshrule, Portumna, was appointed sheep dipping inspector for his area.
17 Oct 1931 (CTr)
Nurse Kate Treacy also wrote tendering her resignation after 22 years service ands asking to have a number of years added to her service. This application was also ordered to be put on the agenda for the next meeting.
14 Nov 1931 (CTr)
...and Kate Treacy, who had twenty two years service tendered her resignation.
17 Oct 1931 (CTr) Gaelic League Juvenile Huring Cup
24 Oct 1931 (CTr)
P. Treacy, Dominick street, Galway for failing to produce a driver's licence for a motor car was fined 5s...
31 Oct 1931 (CTr) Death of Mr Patrick Cahill, ballinakill
...Mrs Treacy (sister)...John Treacy (brother-in-law)...
31 oct 1931 (CTr) Conferring of Degrees at University College, Galway
Bachelor of Arts...Tracy, Martin J...
7 nov 1931 (CTr)
The following were fined for breaches of the Lighting Act: Patk Tracey, Ballyboggan 2s6d...
21 Nov 1931 (CTr)
Messrs Rathwell, merchants, Ballinasloe, obtained a decrees for £8.7s against Anthony O'Brian and Michael Treacy, Loughill...
21 nov 1931 (CTr) Dereen District Court
...fined 2s for having stock wandering on the public road: John Tracey, Corafaireen...
12 Dec 1931 (CTr)
Under the School Attandence Act...Fergus Treacy, Killoran, 7s6d...
2 jan 1932 (CTr)
A meeting of the Corr and Dernhiney tenants was held at Ballycrissane, Mr. Patrick Treacy presiding...
30 jan 1932 (CTr) Death of Miss Dillie Treacy, Ballidnine
...on January 21, was a shock to her parents...She attended a funeral on sunday evening apparently in her usual good health...by her parents, brother, and sisters and friends...
13 feb 1932 (CTr)
Powell, Tom, Salthill, Galway, teacher and student...Assentors: Thos. Treacy, Junr, Dunmore South...Joseph Tracey, Castlefarm, Dunmore North...
13 Feb 1932 (CTr) Mr Lambert's 3 Additional papers
...Thos Treacy, Killeen, Portumna...
5 mar 1932 (CTr)
For sale - One yearling shorthorn bull, Department Certificate, Patrick Treacy, Claretuam, Tuam.
12 mar 1932 (CTr)
...on behalf of Mr. E. Rothwell, Ballinasloe applied for a possession order of a cottage held in Laurencetown by William Treacy, a saddler. The defendant held the house as a caretaker...A order for a possession, with a month;s stay of execution was given.
12 mar 1932 (CTr) [Bus accident]
Patrick Treacy, the driver, swore that he had been driving cars for a number of years and he knew the route to Spiddel well....
16 apr 1932 (CTr) Unlicensed Portumna Dogs
...Patrick Treacy, Balycrissane.
7 may 1932 (CTr) Galway University College Sports
In the inter-faculty tug-o'-war, Engineers defeated Medicals...[Engineers]...P. Tracey.
21 may 1932 (CTr)
At Galway District Court on Thursday...Patrick Tracey, Dominick street, was charged with reckless driving...Patrick Tracey, defendant, swore he had considerable experience in driving motors...[hackney?]
21 may 1932 (CTr) Scholarships
The boys awarded scholarships were: Martin Treacey, Dreen?, Ballyglunin, 75 per cent;...
11 jun 1932 (CTr) Galway Ordinations at Maynooth
...The Very Rev Michael Tracy, L.Mus. conducted the college choir...
11 jun 1932 (CTr) Ballinasloe Distric Court
...unlicensed dogs...John Treacy, do [Killabeg]...
11 jun 1932 (CTr)
For sale in Ballindine a two-storey slated house adjoining Devines with plot at rear, extending to river. Apply to owner, Michael Treacy.
18 jun 1932 (CTr) Three Tuam Priests
...natives of the Tuam District: Rev. Antony Treacy, son of Mrs Treacy, Claretuam, ordained in All-Hollows for the Brisbane diocese...
25 jun 1932 (CTr)
...for using an unlighted vehicle. P. Treacy, Derrew...1s...Ambrose Treacy, Derrew...2s...
25 jun 1932 (CTr) An Irish Wake
...Cahalans left for Castlenancy, County Galway...Yorkville Temple...May Tracy was in charge of the arrangements.
25 jun 1932 (CTr) B. Comm. Degree Subsidiary Examination
...Tracey, Mary V...
25 jun 1932 (CTr) Summer Examinations
BA Degree Subsidiary Examination...Tracey, Carmel M...
6 aug 1932 (CTr) Christian Brothers Tuam
Latest Successes:...Martin Treacy, 1st Place, Agricultural Scholarship...
3 sep 1932 (CTr)
Mr and mrs Owen McDermott sailed...to visit the old homestead in Springfield, Williamstown, County Galway...amoung those who saw them off were altorney Bernard Tracey and his sisters, the Waldron brothers, the Noonan and Redmond families, R. Patterson, B. O'Connor, F. McDermott, James J. Hanley etc. Owen McDermott ia a member of the Williamstown Commercial Club...
17 sep 1932 (CTr)
...John P. Taaffe, Garda Cloonfad and Miss Kathleen M. O'Reagan only daughter, Ballykillen Cloonfad. The ceremoney was performed by Rev A. Treacy (cousin of the bride)...
17 sep 1932 (CTr)
Cooking...Home made brown bread...3 Mollie Tracey, Ballinturley.
17 sep 1932 (CTr)
...incidents at Kilrush [Clare]...in charge of Miss Treacy, Postmistress.
15 oct 1932 (CTr) Threats to Shoot
...Ml Treacy, Cappasallagh...the lands of Corr were recently divided and as in some instances the way it was divided did not satisfy certain people....Treacy's brothers...
22 oct 1932 (CTr) The Late Mr TJ Cahill
...John Treacy (brother-in-law)...
22 oct 1932 (CTr)
Patk Tracey, Gort, summoned for being drunk, was fined 2s6d. "I have taken the pledge until Christmas" said the defendant, when asked by the justice if he had anything to say in answer to the charge.
22 Oct 1932 (CTr) The first Engineering examination.
Pass: Tracy, Patrick J...
22 oct 1932 (CTr) Queen Wililelmina
...Chris. Tracey, Gortanumera, Portumna 10 cwts.
26 Nov 1932 (CTr)
The Commissioners acting as the Galway Board of Health brought an action to efect Patrick Treacy (72), a tenant of the Boards's cottages as Killalaghton, on the grounds that the tenant did not occupy the cottage...single...the cottage was built for Treacy about 22 years ago. There was a garden attached. Up to this year there was no bed in the cottage...He was caretaker of the graveyard nearby for fourty years...This old man was sleeping in the cottage since June...adjourned the case...
3 dec 1932 (CTr) A.C.A. [Army Comrades Association] Meeting
appointed chairman in each parish...Killeen, Thos Treacy...
17 dec 1932 (CTr) Peace in Glenrevagh
...Headford District court...unlawful assembly...to prevent...county surveyor from employing men on the road contract...James Treacy, Glenrevagh.
17 dec 1932 (CTr)
...Corofin has lost within the last few seasons other prominent players...Rev A Treacy (Australia)...
24 dec 1932 (CTr)
At ballinasloe District Court...of a cottage at Killalaghton held by Patrick Treacy...six months stay on the decree...
24 dec 1932 (CTr)
The Ulster Bank Ltd, Tuam, sued Thomas Treacy, Clonasadogue, for £12.7.0 and a decree was given.
28 jan 1933 (CTr)
Patrick Treacy, Ballyboggan, Craughwell was fined 2s6d...
11 feb 1933 (CTr)
...cycling without a light...P. Treacy, Killana 2s...
18 feb 1933 (CTr)
Martin Fallon, licensed publican, Abbey...prosecuted...four men in kitchen...Edward Tracey, Abbey; John Tracey, Cranagh;...Edward Tracey said he came there with a paper...
15 apr 1933 (CTr)
...Patk Treacy, Ballyerissane was fined 2s for wandering animals...
22 apr 1933 (CTr)
At a general meeting of the Closetoken Fianna Fail cumann a vote of sympathy was passed with the relatives of the late Mr Jas Treacy, Rathruddy [Raruddy], whose unexpected death on Thursday 13th inst caused profound regret in his native parish and surrounding districts. The late Mr Treacy joined the Fenian Brotherhood at a very early age, and gave sustained? support during his lifetime to the cause of Irish freedom. Deceased was a devote and practical catholic and a faithful member of the various church sodalities in Loughrea on Sunday at the monthly meeting of the Confraternity of the Brown Scapular to which he belonged, Prayers were offered at the Abbey Church for the eternal repose of his soul.
10 jun 1933 (CTr) Loughrea Town Commissioners
Mrs. Tracey, Rathruddy, also wrote thanking the Board for kind expression of sympathy passes with her and family on the death of her husband.
6 may 1933 (CTr) The Protestant Church at Ballygar [Group Picture]
...has been purchased...to Gortanumera and rebuilt as a Catholic Church...group of Gortanumera parishioners...Messrs. James Treacy...
20 may 1933 (CTr)
...Nora Higgins, Liss...her brothers death in New York...her sister Mrs Treacy...
20 may 1933 (CTr)
The following qualified for scholarships in the East Galway area...Maggie Treacy, Derreen, Ballygluinn, 63%...
24 jun 1933 (CTr)
...Very Rev M Tracey, Professor of Gregorian Chant, presided at the organ...
24 jun 1933 (CTr)
...will of James Verdon, Vermont, Menlough...called in the motor driver, James Treacy, to witness the will...
24 jun 1933 (CTr) Intermediate Hurling Team
Cussaune - M Treacy (capt)...P. Treacy...Ballymacward...P. Treacy...T. Treacy...
8 JUl 1933 (CTr) The B.Comm Degree Examination
...Tracy, M. V.
29 july 1933 (CTr)
The case of Bridget Tracey, Castlefarm against...for assault on June 18, was adjourned for six months.
26 aug 1933 (CTr)
...Three year old filly...2. Bernard Treacy, Earlston...
6 Sep 1933 (CTr) Death of Mrs YTreacy, Shaenrush Portumna
...after a long illness at the age of 72 years...her people (Howards)...The burial took place at Tynagh...
7 oct 1933 (CTr) Death of mr Tom Kilgarriff...Sinn Fein...
...J. A. Treacy, Ballindine...
11 nov 1933 (CTr)
...Cussane Fiana Fail Club...vice-president Martin Treacy...
11 nov 1933 (CTr) BA Degree
...Tracey, Carmel M. M...B.Comm Degree...Tracy, Mary V...
18 nov 1933 (CTr) Branches of Fine Gael
18 nov 1933 (CTr)
Decrees were given...Patrick T. Treacy, Dublin, against Thomas carter, Athenry, £1.6.4...
25 nov 1933 (CTr)
...the case of recipient Ann Treacy...getting 5s per week...but when she got her army pension 20s8d in December 1932, the home assistance was discontinued...
16 dec 1933 (CTr) Bicycle
...the larceny of a bicyle, the property of thomas Tracey, and value 7s6d. Tracey stated he left his bicyle outside a dance hall [Monivea?] on November 5 and when he came out the lamp was missing...took it for a joke...
30 dec 1933 (CTr) The Redemptorists and the Irish Language
...Father W. Treacey, of happy memory, were likewise heroes in this cause;...
20 jan 1934 (CTr)
...Ballymacward Fianna Fail Club...elected...committee...P. Treacy...
3 feb 1934 (CTr) Patrick? Cahill Will
...to my brother Michael Cahill, to distribute as he thinks right between my sister Marion Treacy, or my nieces or nephews, but out of same £2000 he is to erect a first class monument to my father's grave, also one to my own"...
10 mar 1934 (CTr) Our American Letter
...a very sucessful benifit dance at the Galway Halls NYC...patrons included...Patrick Tracy...
14 apr 1934 (CTr)
...lighting up Act...Thomas Treacy, do [Clough], 1s, Bartley Treacy, do [Clough], 2s...
21 apr 1934 (CTr)
...Timothy Treacy, Cappatagle...potatoes...large family...
5 may 1934 (CTr) [University Scholarship]
...Martin Treacy, Dereen, Ballyglunnin (Christian Brothers Tuam)...
16 jun 1934 (CTr) 18 Nominations - 9 Vacancies
Mr. patk Treacy (F.G.) kiltulla, Glenamaddy. Proposer Mr Patk J Finnegan, Kilkerrin; seconder Mr Ml Gerrity, Glenamaddy.
23 jun 1934 (CTr)
...Lights and Vehicles Act...Hugh Treacy, Ballindine...2s6d...
30 jun 1934 (CTr) The Silent Barmaid
John Treacy, licensed publican, Abbey, was summoned...would not endorse...fine 5s...
7 July 1934 (CTr) [Local Elections] Tuam Area
...Patrick Treacy (F.G.)...Thirteenth Count...Treacy 935. Treacy elimated...
14 July 1934 (CTr)
Mr. John Treacy, district court clerk, Tuam, was presented with a silver tea set by the Tuam members of the Bar and with a dinner and tea set by the Tuam Gardai to mark the occasion of his marriage which took place recently.
10 nov 1934 (CTr) The Late Mrs Treacy, Tuam.
Sympathy of bench and bar with Tuam District Court Clerk...Mr. John Treacy...death of his young wife...
11 aug 1934 (CTr) Miss O'Halloran's Classes
...70 words a minute...Violet Tracey...[Dublin?]
22 Dec 1934 (CTr) Monivea Fianna Fail Branch
...elected for the following year...Mr. J. Treacy, Monivea, treasurer.
The Right Hon. Anthony Francis, Earl of Westmeath, LL.D., P.C., of Pallas Tynagh, Loughrea, County Galway, I.F.S., formerly attached to the British Embassy at Washington, and later assistant private secretary to Mr. Joseph Charmberlain, who was then Secretary for the Colonies, died on December 12 last, aged 63 years, leaving estate in England and the I.F.S. of the value of £115,944. He left –
£200 to the parish priest of Tynagh, for religious and charitable purposes connected with the parish
£100 to the same, for the poor of the parish
£100 to the housekeeper Ellen Magner, if still in his service and not under notice
And the following bequests to his servants if still in his service and not under notice.- £500 to his steward and gardener John Clooney. £20 to Annie Clooney. £50 to his herd Patrick Molloy. £25 to his herd Thomas Kelly. £25 to his carpenter Patrick Kelly, and £20 to his labourer and occasional coachman Laurance Treacey.
£200 to the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Irish branch
£200 to the Dublin Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Guardian 2/5/1834 p.10
1934/5 registered victualling premises, fixing quantities and price (5 d/lb)
Edward Treacy, Moore Street, Cappamore, Limerick. Maximum 100 lb of beef.
John Treacy, 41 Grand Parade Mkt., Cork. Maximum 650 lb of beef.
John Treacy, Laraghmore, Ballyglunin, Galway. 100 lb of beef
William Tracey, Limerick Street, Cappawhite, Tipperary. Maximum 350 lb of beef.
Beef Supply (Appointed Area No. 3) Order, 1934. No. 369/1934
Beef Supply (Appointed Area No. 4) Order, 1934. No. 370/1934
3 June 1939 (TH) Agricultural Scholarships
to Galway boys...Uinnsion O Treasaigh, Baile Crosain, Baile Atha na Slugh [Ballinasloe]...
18 apr 1942 (CTr) Late Mrs Anna Marie Treacy
...wife of James Treacy, Carrarea, Loughrea on the 8th April 1942...Chief Mourners: James Treacy (husband), Michael and patrick (sons) Julia and Agnes (daughters), James Holland (brother) Delia Holland (sister), Mrs Keane (niece), Martin Holland (nephew). Relatives: Thomas and John Treacy, Mrs Treacy, Eileen Treacy, Mrs M. Holland, Charles Friskey etc.
1942 US Draft (born between 28 April 1877 and 16 February 1897)
Bernard Joseph Tracy b. 20 May 1879 Gallway County, Ireland Residence: Bronx, New York
Daniel Tracey b. 15 Jan 1888 Dunmore Co, Ireland Residence: Union, New Jersey
Daniel Tracy b. 17 Jun 1888 Galway, Ireland Residence: Suffolk, Massachusetts
Dennis Henry Tracey b. 17 Mar 1893 Galway Co, Ireland Residence: Essex, New Jersey
Edward Martin Treacy b. 11 Nov 1895 Galway, Ireland Residence: Chicago, Illinois
James Joseph Tracey b. 20 May 1894 Portumna, Ireland Residence: Chicago, Illinois
James Patrick Treacy b. 6 Jun 1879 Dunmore, Ireland Residence: Garrett, Maryland
John Joseph Tracy b. 28 Mar 1882 County Galway, Ireland Residence: Essex, New Jersey
John Tracy b. 1 Dec 1881 Balenslo, Ireland Residence: Suffolk
Lawrence John Tracy b. 2 Mar 1893 Galway, Ireland Residence: Delaware, Pennsylvania
Martin Joseph Tracey b. 8 May 1884 Abbay Knock Moy, Ireland Residence: New York, New York
Martin Tracey b. 28 Oct 1882 Galway, Ireland Residence: New York City
Martin Tracy b. 11 Nov 1877 Galway, Ireland Residence: New York City
Martin Tracy b. 16 Oct 1888 County Galway, Ireland Residence: Middlesex, Massachusetts
Martin Treacy b. 16 Oct 1888 County Galway, Ireland Residence: Middlesex, Massachusetts
Michael Francis Treacy b. 26 Oct 1893 County Galway, Ireland Residence: Queens, New York
Michael Frank Tracey b. 1 Feb 1897 Galway, Ireland Residence: Kings, New York
Michael Tracy b. 27 Apr 1884 Portumna, Ireland Residence: New York, New York
Michael Tracey, 64 Beecher Pl Newton Centre, Middlesex Mass, 45 years, b. Oct 1 1896 County of Confert Ireland [Clonfert Galway]. contact Mrs Agnes Callan, works Boston Navy Yard
Patrick Joseph Tracey, 16 First St Norwood Norfolk Mass, 61 years, b. 26 Jan 1881 Galway Ireland, contact Mrs Mary Parasso, works Winslow Bros & Smith Co
Patrick Joseph Tracey b. 17 Mar 1890 Clonbur Co Galway, Ireland Residence: Suffolk, Massachusetts
Patrick Patrictis Treacy b. 4 Mar 1887 Galway, Ireland Residence: Mid, Massachusetts
Thomas Tracy b. 11 Apr 1884 Galway, Ireland Residence: Bristol, Massachusetts
William Owen Treacy b. 1 Mar 1885 Athenry, Ireland Residence: Queens, New York
William Patrick Treacy b. 14 Jun 1878 Galway, Ireland Residence: New York City
17 April 1943 (TH)
To authorise the renewal of the licence held by Mr. John Treasy, Abbeyknockmoy, under the Poisins and Pharmacy Act, 1908, from the 6th February 1943 for twelve months.
27 June 1964 (CTr) Scholarship
Noel Treacy, son of Mr M. Treacy, P.C. and Mrs Treacy of Clough, Gurteen, Ballinasloe, and a pupil of Gurteen N.S. has been awarded a five years scholarship at St. Joseph's College, Garbally Park, Ballinasloe.
14,17,22 February 1989 Moruya Examiner/17 February 1989 Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
Edward Francis Tracey, died 14 February 1989, 76, at Canberra formerly of Carrick, County Galway, Ireland.
23 October 2003 Sydney Morning Herald/5 November 2003 Ryde Weekly Times Australia
John Francis Treacy, died 16 October 2003 at Concord Hospital, NSW, late of Homebush, NSW, formerly of Galway, Ireland
Galway Camogie All-Ireland Minor Champions 1996 who beat Tipperary 3-16 to 4-11
Back Row: Jackie Brien (selector),
Collette Kennedy-Walsh (Manager).Aoife Connolly, Mary Flannery, Susan Regan,
Mairead Mahony, Colette Deeley, Therese Maher, Valerie Treacy,
Michelle Glynn, Shauna Ward, Veronica Sweeney, Marie Corcoran, Ailbhe Kelly,
"The Ethnography of the Aran Islands", PRIA, 3rd Ser. Vol. 2, 1891-3, 827-9
"The Ethnography of Carna and Mweenish in the Parish of Moyruss", PRIA, 3rd Ser. Vol. 6, 1900-2, 503-34
Portrait of a Parish: Ballynakill, Connemara, Irish Countrywomen's Association.
Berry, J.F The Story of St Nicholas' Church, Galway, 1912.
Cronin, Denis A Galway gentleman in the age of improvement: Robert French of Monivea, 1716-76, Irish Academic Press, Blackrock, Co. Dublin, 1995.
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Ellis, Éilis Emigrants from Ireland 1847-52, Baltimore, GPC, 1977
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NAI Ref Name Probate Ref Grant Type Date Issue Date Death
2004/102/236 TREACY MARTIN 1983 GY 008854 Intestate 08/04/1983 01/10/1982
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