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 It may be presumed that the Traceys of Kilkenny are descended from the Uí Bairrche.

 

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The Traceys of Kilkenny can trace their history back to the beginning of historical records, as Kilkenny formed part of the territory of the Uí Bairrche. There is the townland of Kiltrassy, in the parishes of Killamery and Windgap, named after the Traceys. This may translate as Tracey’s wood or church.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kiltrassy Church (which is located in the adjoining townland of Oldcastle) 

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Isabella (b.1280-5), dau. of Sir Henry de Tracy of Woolcombe married

(1) Sir Simon Roges (or Fitz Rogus) of Porlock co. Somerset, by 1303

(2) Herbert de Marisco (b. 1296 at Pollrone Co. Kilkenny; of Huntspill, Camely & Weyperous; d. 1326-7), by 1317

(3) Edmund le Botiler, probably yr. brother of James, Earl of Ormond (both alive, 1350) (divorced)

(4) Sir John Stowford, Knight (Justice of the Common Bench, Crackway co. Devon, d. 1359)

Eric St. John Brooks. The Family of Marisco. The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. Seventh Series, Vol. 2, No. 1 (Jun. 30, 1932), pp. 50-74

Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, Who Came to America Before 1700 (7th edition, 1992), Weis, Frederick Lewis

 

Edward VI

1548 22nd March

Pardon to Edmund fitz Richard Buttler, of Buttlerswodde, gent.; Leonard Shortull, and Richard fitz Theobalde Buttler, horsemen; William Shertall, James Cuntwell, Edward Shertall, Edmund Shortull, Richard Faunyng, John Shertall, Hugh O'Kaill, David Funnyng, John More Faimyug, John fitz Richarde alias Shams m'Riehnrde, Nicholas Pun-ell, David fitz Donyll, David fitz Magon' Fannyng, Nicholas Naishe, Rory Trassy, kerns, all of Buttlerswodde (Kilkenny) Cal. PP. p.175, Art. 23 [Note: It is presumed that this is Butlerswood, Killamery, Kilkenny, the same civil parish that has the townland of Kiltrassy]

Elizabeth I

1576 21st November

Pardon to ... Morrougho O Treassa of Pouleston [Paulstown Kilkenny]

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

 

Ormond Deeds V

1577 42. David Tracy, cowherd ; a messuage in the hill of Callan by the Haggard Lane ; 2s. and i good capon.

 

Ormond Deeds VI 1593 Sept 27th

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

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

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

 

[1599 April 28] Army in Ireland...Companies of Foot in Leinster, With the Earl of Osmond...C. Nic. Tracy. (100 to 200 each)

W. Temple to Edward Reynolds...His Lordship wishes you should be careful of the delivery of a letter to the Lieutant of the Ordnance, which this bearer, Mr. Tracy, has with him...Dublin, May 6, 1599

Army in Ireland 1599 Aug 28, Companies of foot left in Leinster...Kilkennye and towards Munster...100 C. Nic. Tracy...

1902 [Cd. 928] Historical Manuscripts Commission. Calendar of the manuscripts of the Most Hon. the Marquis of Salisbury, K.G.,

 

1603 Pat 1 James 1 Part 3

XI - 11 General pardon to...Rorie O’Trasie of Ballebehid, yeoman...Kilkenny co. - 9 July 1st

 

1614 Pat 13 James 1

LXXXVII - 42 General Pardon for...Thomas Treeffe of Kilkenny co. yeoman...

 

1617 Sept 2nd

Grant by Rose Tracey and Moetle relict of Robert Tracey to Edward Shee of a Garden in Mill Street, Kilkenny. (D. 3613)

 

Jac I (2) Com’ Civit’ Kilkenny [City of Kilkenny]

Kilken’ 18 April 1623

Rob’ Rothe…St Patrricke’s streete …Roger’ Trassy, al’ mes’ in pd’ vico modo in occopacon’ assing’…

Inquisitum Cancellariae Hiberniae Repertorium. Vol 1 Leinster, Vol II Ultonia (Ulster) HMSO 1829

 

March 8 1636

Pardon of an alienation made by Sir Edward Blanchfield of Blanchfield, in the county of Kilkenny, and Katherine Treany, of Ballyready, to Edward Sweetman, of Hodsgrove, in the same county.

Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland, of the Reign Charles the First

 

23 May 1646 Kilkenny

Names of the drivers for the expedition to Connaught...John Trasny

 

1654-6 Civil Survey

153 East Street, Callan

Phillipp Trassy Ir. Pa. (Proprietor)

John Pressick Pt. (Tenant)

A thatched barn, length 56 foot, breadth 21. A haggard & a garden 20 perch.

The last street in the survey is East Street, now called Mill St., which has thirty four listed properties (133 to 166). The location of Butler properties here suggests that the sequence started in the centre of the town on the south side of the street. This appears to be confirmed by the lack of gardens with the first four properties (133 to 136), which were otherwise substantial buildings, presumably because they backed directly onto the graveyard as is the case with their present-day successors. The main part of Peirce Butler's property in the town was at the east end of East St. (Bll to B15 on the map; 143, 145-8, 152 and 154 in the survey). He had a large strong tower house (147) attached to the gate, which according to Carrigan was known as Cúirt Phiarais.

Manning, Conleth (1998) The Civil Survey of Inistioge and Callan, Co. Kilkenny. The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, Vol. 128 (1998), pp. 48-73

 

Census 1659

Gowran, Kilkenny (pp. 418)

Tressy (8)

 

1664 Roll for the town of Callan, the baronies of Knocktopher, Ida, Shillelogher and Kells, and nearly all the barony of Galmoy.

??? Trassy, Sheepstowne Knocktopher

Rixhard Trassy, Rathculbine Colaghmore

 

…Kilcurl castle, still almost perfect but uninhabited, was founded, it is traditionally stated, by an individual called Thraesa mac, or Thraesa the Fat (meit). In the i6th and 17th centuries it was occupied by a family named Purcell, who, being mere Irish papists, forfeited under Cromwell.

…The graveyard [Mullinakill] was uprooted and destroyed many years ago, and only the interior of the church is now used for interments. Of the few monuments here the oldest is a head-stone, in the south-east comer of the building, to the memory of Mrs. Margaret Meany, otherwise Shee, who died in 1775, aged 64 years. Her ancestors lived in Garrandarragh. Simon Shee, of Garrandarragh, gent., by his last will, declared nuncupatively, on the 8th of January, 1699, directed his remains to be interred 'in ye chappie of Molingus situated on ye lands of Coolenehahy."  He is now probably represented by Mr. Philip Shee of Mullinakill, whose father, Laurence Shee, and uncle, Richard Shee, and their forbears, rest in Mullinakill church. From Mrs. Meany, otherwise Shee, whose head-stone is noted above, are descended the Traceys and Farrells, of Kilcurl, Ballyhale, and Mr. Walter Meany, of Clonetubrid, Lisdowney.

…1665? Hearth money Rolls

…and a “Trassy” of  Sheepstown, also paid heath-money, in this year.

Carrigan, William (1905) The History and Antiquities of the Diocese of Ossory. Sealy, Bryers & Walker.

 

The Hearth Money Rolls of Co. Kilkenny
Dermod Trassy, Whiteswall &c. Eyrk

Irish Genealogist, Vol 5, No. 2, November 1975

 

Kilkenny, 9th of June, 1691. Have been sent in arrest by order of his Excellency the Lord of Sgravemore, two persons, named Thomas Trassi and Philip Wodli, being both raperies; and remained in the arrest until the 11th of February, when the same, in pursuance of the sentence and approbation of the Lord of Sgravemore, in Kilkenny, have been punished with the rope to death…(Grose Military Antiquities)

The United service magazine, 1843, Part 1.

 

[Thomastown?] In 1714 (case 2), David Trassy (Irish) distrained 5s.10d. from Timothy Cummin (Irish) and 3s.6d. from John Farrell (Irish).

Merchants and shopkeepers: A historical anthropology of an Irish market town, 1200-1991

 

1720’s Accordingly, I set out, and made my way through Kilkenny, where I had the good fortune of meeting with a Gentleman, who, taking pity of my helpless condition, and in regard of some services done him formerly by my father, ordered a support for me, and put me to a school in that Town, endowed by the Ormond Family: Captain [William?] Tracy, I think, of Lord Nassau Pawlet’s Horse, Son to Judge Tracy of London, paid for my Maintenance and Education for near three years, but a Reverse in his affairs, and a melancholy, which I was told, he had contracted by the Terrors of a Shipwreck, from which he narrowly escaped with Life, put a sudden stop to all Remittances from that Gentleman. I had at this time equaled, if not surpassed, the most forward Youths in the School, of whom I saw manyadvanced before me to the University, not without concern and sorrow, to find that nothing stopped my progress, but the want of means, and that all my hopes were vanished at my disappointment in the fortunes of Mr. Tracy, of whom I never heard more, till I found him, in the Year 1728, in the most deplorable condition that can happen to human nature, deprived of his senses, at Montpelier, where he found no cure but in Death.

Clancy, Michael (1750) The memoirs of Michael Clancy, M.D. Dublin, MDCCL. [1750]. pp.30-1.

 

11 February 1775 (F) Kilkenny

Last Monday night a number of white Boys armed, computed at about 35, went to the house of Richard Tracy, at Kilkerhil near Knocktopher, in the dead of night, and forced open the same, swearing that they would cut out said Tracy's tongue, and otherwise ill use him, for having given information against Andrew and James Conway, John Welsh, and James Murphy, now in our County Jail; but the said Tracy being on his guard, providentially escaped; when being disappointed of getting him into their hands, they seized his horses which were found next morning beyond callan.

17 - 21 Feb. 1775 Belfast Newsletter

Ireland Kilkenny 11 White Boys armed house Richard Tracy, Kilherhil Knocktopher night cut tongue information Andrew Conway, James Conway, John Walsh, James Murphy, gaol. guard escaped hands seized horses Callan.

 

31 August 1786 (FJ) and 2 September 1786 Kilkenny

...Mullinakil; On Sunday the 20th instant, and aiding and asisting in felonously attempting to compel William Tracy, blacksmith, and several others of his Majesty's subjects, to forego or give up their lawful employment of working for whomsoever they pleased, by forcing him and them to take oaths not to work for any one who did not take the oaths of the Rightboys.

 

3 August 1791 (F) County of Kilkenny - To be sold

Edmond Dun, Plaintiff; Michael Treacy, Defendant

By the High Sheriff of said County, on Monday next, at the Defendants dwelling-house, near Kilmurry - 12 Cows, 6 Horses, 17 Sheep, some Potatoes, Implements of Huspandry, and articles of Household Furniture, by virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias, to the said Sheriff in this Cause directed. The Sale to commence at 12 o'Clock, and continue until all are sold, or so much of them as will pay the Plaintiff's Debt and Cost.

 

16 January 1793 (F) County of Kilkenny

To be Let, from the 25th of March next, during the Minority of Richard Henry Webb, a Minor, now about the Age of fourteen Years. Part of the Lands of Coonfyle called Bellmount[?], late in the Possession of William Tracy and Sons, deceased, containing 290 Acres, or thereabouts. Proposals to be made to Miss Gertrude Gorr[?], Gloster-street, the Minor's Guardian, or to Mr. Arthur Thomas, York-street. N.B. No Promise or Preference to any one. January 10, 1793.

 

18 January 1794 (F) To be Let

...in the Lordship of Castlecomer...Cruttenclough - in posession of...Representatives of William Tracy 174 1 25...Proposals, in Writing, will be received by the Earl and Countess of Ormonde, and the Honourable John Butler Wandesford...John Hely, the Driver, will attend at Castlecomer, to show the Lands. Castle, Kilkenny, January 13, 1794.

 

22nd November 1797 Finn’s Leinster Journal

“We the inhabitants of Graige…John Treacy…”

Joyce, John (1993) Graiguenamanagh a town and its people. Graigue Publications, Graiguenamanagh.

 

2-6 December 1797 Finn's Leinster Journal

Dennis Treacy, the inhabitants of Knocktopher.

6 December 1797 (F)...Will not take unlawful oaths...

We the inhabitants of the Town and Neighbourhood of Knottopher...Dennis Treacy...

 

[1798] Register of deaths of Irish residents in Cadiz

Diego Trecy, Thomatown, Waterford [Thomastown Kilkenny?], son of Juan Trecy and Ana O’Donovan, age 72, bachelor, 1798.

Samuel Fannin,BA,DipEd. Spanish Archives of Primary Source Material for the Irish. http://www.irishancestors.ie/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Fannin-Spanish-Archives-of-Primary-Source-Material.pdf

 

1798 Rebellion

Protestants massacred in the Diocese of Ferns

Anne Tracy, of Mothel and Dysart [Kilkenny], swore her son was killed by the rebels, who was her only support. She is a widow with seven children.

1798 Claimants and Surrenders

Ann Tracy, Widow, Bellmount, Castlecomer, Kilkenny. Nature Of Loss: Bacon, Wearing Apparel, Cash.  Sum Claimed: 8/10/11  Sum Allowed: 8/10/11

 

22 April 1801 (F) Kilkenny

Eleanor Tracy, for robbery, to be burned on the hand, and discharged.

 

1801? Knocktopher Barony

Road from Carrick to Dublin between Edmond Tracey's & Ballyinch Bridge at 6s6d per perch...

 

6 October 1802 (F) To be Let and Immediate Possession given

That well established Flour Mills, of Bettymount, where a large sum has been lately expended in durable and useful improvements - It's situated on the River Barrow, near Goresbridge, in the Co. Kilkenny, the best Corn Country in Ireland; the great advantage of Water Carriage to Dublin, Ross and Waterford - also its situation for the Liverpool Trade, renders it an Object well worth the attention of Millers & Corn Merchants. A neat Dwelling house with 5 Cabbins and Gardens, and near 20 acres of excellent Ground, goes with the Mills. John Tracy, at the Mills will shew the Premises, and forward Proposals to John and H. Mo?tgomery, Oldtown, Naas. Sept. 29, 1802.

 

1803 Gowran Barony

To Rev. Thomas Davis, patrick Ford and James Tracy, to repair 127 perches road from Thomastown to Goresbridge between Mr. Patrick Dun's gate at Dungarvan and Richard Doyles at Bramblestown...

 

Mary Tracy, Kilcurrell, Co. Kilkenny, will 3 Nov 1803, probate 20 Oct 1820, ref 128 30 1/2p S. Oss.. Carrigan manuscripts

 

6 November 1804 Patrick Tracey aged 26 born in County Kilkenny, Ireland.

Ship: HMS Colossus

Rank/Rating: Landsman [seaman less than one year at sea]

 

June 1805

Copy Humble Memorial of Michael Treacy, a private soldier in the Kilkenny Regt. of Militia now under sentence of death but reprieved by [Justice Down’s] humanity. -9p4

Ms. 11,062/20 Ormond Family Papers NLI

Copy humble petition of Michael Treacy under sentence of death in the jail of Carlow respited until further orders. To Walter Earl of Ormond and Ossory.

Ms. 11,062/21 Ormond Family Papers NLI

 

5 November 1808 (F) Dennis Tracy, Boot and Shoe Marker, Coal-Market

Returns his unfeigned thanks to his Friends and a generous Public, for the liberal Encouragement he has so amply experienced since his Commencement in Business, - and is happy to be able to inform his Customers, that he can supply them (notwithstanding the present differences with Journeymen), as usual, with Work, which for Quality and Workmanship, will be found equal to any made in this City. - He will give the highest Wages, and always employ Men of Abilities; and hopes that an unremitting Attention, and moderate Prices, will merit a Continuance of future Favour. Kilkenny, Nov. 1, 1808.

 

1808 (205) (Ireland.) Accounts

Kilkenny - Gowran Barony

To Lord Clifden, Abrm. Grim, Esq. & Peter Birchall, to pave 155 perches of the street of Gowran, between Mr. Harper's house and Pat. Tracy's £20/19/5

 

1816 Passenger Lists "The Shamrock or Irish Chronicle”

‘Bristol’ left Dublin on August 14 1816, for New York (40 passengers)

Dennis Tracy; Kilkenny.

Mary Tracy; Kilkenny, child

Catherine Tracy; Kilkenny, child

Thomas Tracy; Kilkenny.

 

1817

1. 2, 3 on Map. Thomas Treacy, Ballydaniel (otherwise Ballydonnell), Gowran, Kilkenny, 1a/3r/11p Plantation, 2a/3r/31p Statute, £3.11.8 rent, £2.5.6 valuation, Arable & pasture House & field, Lease dated 10th April 1817, for three lives of whom one living, viz. John Healy, now aged about 70 years.

 

1817?...Kilkenny Grand Jury

Ida Barony...To John Power, Esq. and Jas. Fitzgerald, to make 54 perches of new road from Waterford to Innistiogue, between the bridge near Bishop's Hall and Tracey's forge, at 6s 6d per erch. Traversed for Inutility and for Damages also, by Stephen Hololian, who is bound in £50. to prosecute Traverse.

 

Summer 1819 - Fassadineen Barony [see also 1833]

John Staunton Rochford, Esq., and Andrew Tracy, to keep in repair for 7 Years, that part of the road from Castlecomer to Carlow, between the turn at Connolly's Forge and the bounds of the County - 420 perches at 8d per perch per year. [paid 1824]

 

2 April 1823 (F) County and City of Kilkenny Assizes

Catherine Treacy - stealing cloth from Mat. Fogarty - six moths imprisonment in the house of correction.

 

British War Office

James Tracey b. Freshford, Kilkenny enl. 1/21st 1823. Died St Vincent 1824. Brother John in regt.

John Tracey b. Freshford, Kilkenny 1/21st enl. in 1823 with brother James

 

25 August 1824 (F) Kilkenny Assisses - Murder of Long, the Process Server.

...murder of Edmond Long, at Rahely, on the 16th March last...went to Sackinaguess, part of rahely...Delany was not at the murder as he was at walshe's house; did say Tracy struck him...

 

1824 - Pigot & Co.'s Directory

John Tracey, Thomastown, Kilkenny. Leather Seller

 

1824 House of Lords Papers

County of Kilkenny Lent Assizes

3. Patrick Bannon, Patrick Quinn and Edward Treacy, not quilty of murder

 

1824 Gowran Barony

...to repair the ruts on 769 perches of road from Kilkenny to Gowran, between Freestone Hill and the Widow Tracy's house in Gowran...

 

June 14 1826 Fees Vicars General - Diocese of Ossory

In the goods of W. Treacy, deceased, intestate...Lawson...

 

1826 Denis Tracy, Killcurril, Co. Kilkenny (290 I) (Intestate?)

 

May 7, 1828 The Kilkenny Independent Wednesday

Catholic Association

Per P.L. Behan, Esq. the subscription of James Treacy, Esq £1/0/0

 

British War Office

Edmund Tracy b. 1810 Gowran, Kilkenny HEIC Artillery deserted 1829 labourer FMP

 

May 7 1830 Fees Vicars General - Diocese of Ossory

In the goods of Ml. Treacy, deceased...

 

Summer 1830 Assizes

Insolventies

John Treacy, Guard Lane, St. Mary’s Parish, house unoccupied £0.0.6

 

1820s-1830s Tithe Records

Alphabetical

 By Area

 

Andrew Tracy, Cooncarter [Coan?], Dysart, Kilkenny, 1834

Anne Tracey [reps], Croghtenclogh, Castlecomer, Kilkenny, 1823

Anty Tracy, Lisdowney, Aharney, Kilkenny, 1830

 

Danl Tracy [& brother], Conahy, Grangemaccomb, Dublin [Kilkenny], 1834

 

Edmd Tracy [& Martin Walsh], Ruppa, Columbkille, Kilkenny, 1833

Edmd Tracy [& Martin Walsh], Ruppa, Columbkille, Kilkenny, 1833

Edmd Tracy, Ruppa, Columbkille, Kilkenny, 1833 [1839]

Edmd Treacy, Boggan, Tullaroan, Kilkenny, 1833

Edward Tracy [Wd Quaily], Barna, Freshford [Clomantagh], Kilkenny, 1826

Edward Tracy, Barna, Clomantagh, Kilkenny, 1827

 

James Tracey, Jerpoint West, Jerpoint West, Kilkenny, 1833

James Tracy, Derrynahinch, Derrynahinch, Kilkenny, 1830

James Tracy, Fiddown, Fiddown, Kilkenny, 1828

James Treacy, Blanchvilleskill, Glenogra, Limerick, [Blanchvilleskill Gowran Kilkenny] 1835

Jams Treacy, Ballydaniel, Ballylannan, Wexford [Ballylinch Kilkenny], 1827

Jno Treacy [& others], Abbey Terpoint, Jerpointabbey, Kilkenny, 1834

John Treacy, Watree, Glenogra, Limerick, [Watree Gowran Kilkenny] 1835

John Treacy, Watree, Glenogra, Limerick, [Watree Gowran Kilkenny] 1835 [Copy]

 

Margaret Treacy, Gowran, Glenogra, Limerick, [Gowran Gowran Kilkenny] 1835

Martin Tracy, Crossouge Estate of Henry Hood, Tiscoffin, Kilkenny, 1833

Martin Tracy, Crossouge, Tiscoffin, Kilkenny, 1833

Michael & Mary Treacy, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Michael Tracey, Lowgrange, Grangesilvia, Kilkenny, 1829

Michael Tracy, Fiddown, Fiddown, Kilkenny, 1828

Michael Treacy, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Michl & Mary Treacy, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Michl & Mary Treacy, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Michl Treacy, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Michl Treacy, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Nancy Treacy, Flagmount, Glenogra, Limerick, 1835 [Flagmount, Gowran, Co. Kilkenny, 1826?]

Patrick Treacy, Kilkurrell, Kilkerrin [Kilcurl Knocktopher], Kilkenny, 1835

 

Richd Tracy, Cooncarter [Coan?], Dysart, Kilkenny, 1834

Richd Tracy, Grange McCombe, Grangemaccomb, Dublin [Kilkenny], 1834

Richd Treacy, Abbey Terpoint, Jerpointabbey, Kilkenny, 1834

Robert Tracy, Cooncarter, Dysart [Coan?], Kilkenny, 1834

 

Thomas Tracy [& Reps of James Brennan], Kellymount, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Thomas Treacy [& John Peice], Knockadeen [?], Kilmacahill, Kilkenny, 1833

Thomas Treacy [& john Pierc], Knockadeen [?], Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Thomas Reacy [Treacy & John Peice] Knockadeen [?], Kilmacahill, Kilkenny, 1833

Thoms Treacy, Ballydaniel, Ballylannan, Wexford, [Ballylinch Kilkenny] 1827

Thos Tracey, Jerpoint West, Jerpoint West, Kilkenny, 1833

Thos Tracy & Widow Tracy, Island of Urlingford, Urlingford, Kilkenny, 1833 [1834]

Thos Treacy & others, Kellymount, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Thos Treacy [& others], Abbey Terpoint, Jerpointabbey, Kilkenny, 1834

 

Tracy [& Dalton], Curragh, Lismateige, Kilkenny, 1833

Tracy [wd], Cooncarter [Coan?], Dysart, Kilkenny, 1834

Tracy [widow], Garrylawn, Enniskeen, Meath [Garrylaun Erke, Kilkenny], 1827

 

William Tracey, Coolbawn [Coolbaun], Castlecomer, Kilkenny, 1823 [twice]

William Treacy, Croghtenclogh, Castlecomer, Kilkenny, 1823

Willm & Pat Tracy, Conahy, Grangemaccomb, Dublin [Kilkenny], 1834

 

 

Anty Tracy, Lisdowney, Aharney, Kilkenny, 1830

 

Jams Treacy, Ballydaniel, Ballylannan, Wexford [Ballylinch Kilkenny], 1827

Thoms Treacy, Ballydaniel, Ballylannan, Wexford, [Ballylinch Kilkenny] 1827

 

Anne Tracey [reps], Croghtenclogh, Castlecomer, Kilkenny, 1823

William Tracey, Coolbawn [Coolbaun], Castlecomer, Kilkenny, 1823 [twice]

William Treacy, Croghtenclogh, Castlecomer, Kilkenny, 1823

 

Edward Tracy [Wd Quaily], Barna, Freshford [Clomantagh], Kilkenny, 1826

Edward Tracy, Barna, Clomantagh, Kilkenny, 1827

 

Robert Tracy, Cooncarter, Dysart [Coan?], Kilkenny, 1834

 

Edmd Tracy [& Martin Walsh], Ruppa, Columbkille, Kilkenny, 1833

Edmd Tracy [& Martin Walsh], Ruppa, Columbkille, Kilkenny, 1833

Edmd Tracy, Ruppa, Columbkille, Kilkenny, 1833 [1839]

 

James Tracy, Derrynahinch, Derrynahinch, Kilkenny, 1830

 

Andrew Tracy, Cooncarter [Coan?], Dysart, Kilkenny, 1834

Richd Tracy, Cooncarter [Coan?], Dysart, Kilkenny, 1834

Tracy [wd], Cooncarter [Coan?], Dysart, Kilkenny, 1834

 

Tracy [widow], Garrylawn, Enniskeen, Meath [Garrylaun Erke, Kilkenny], 1827

 

James Tracy, Fiddown, Fiddown, Kilkenny, 1828

Michael Tracy, Fiddown, Fiddown, Kilkenny, 1828

 

James Treacy, Blanchvilleskill, Glenogra, Limerick, [Blanchvilleskill Gowran Kilkenny] 1835

John Treacy, Watree, Glenogra, Limerick, [Watree Gowran Kilkenny] 1835

John Treacy, Watree, Glenogra, Limerick, [Watree Gowran Kilkenny] 1835 [Copy]

Margaret Treacy, Gowran, Glenogra, Limerick, [Gowran Gowran Kilkenny] 1835

Nancy Treacy, Flagmount, Glenogra, Limerick, 1835 [Flagmount, Gowran, Co. Kilkenny, 1826?]

 

Danl Tracy [& brother], Conahy, Grangemaccomb, Dublin [Kilkenny], 1834

Richd Tracy, Grange McCombe, Grangemaccomb, Dublin [Kilkenny], 1834

Willm & Pat Tracy, Conahy, Grangemaccomb, Dublin [Kilkenny], 1834

 

Michael Tracey, Lowgrange, Grangesilvia, Kilkenny, 1829

 

Jno Treacy [& others], Abbey Terpoint, Jerpointabbey, Kilkenny, 1834

Richd Treacy, Abbey Terpoint, Jerpointabbey, Kilkenny, 1834

Thos Treacy [& others], Abbey Terpoint, Jerpointabbey, Kilkenny, 1834

 

James Tracey, Jerpoint West, Jerpoint West, Kilkenny, 1833

Thos Tracey, Jerpoint West, Jerpoint West, Kilkenny, 1833

 

Thomas Treacy [& John Peice], Knockadeen [?], Kilmacahill, Kilkenny, 1833

Thomas Reacy [Treacy & John Peice] Knockadeen [?], Kilmacahill, Kilkenny, 1833

 

Patrick Treacy, Kilkurrell, Kilkerrin [Kilcurl Knocktopher], Kilkenny, 1835

 

Tracy [& Dalton], Curragh, Lismateige, Kilkenny, 1833

 

Michael Treacy, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Michl & Mary Treacy, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Michl & Mary Treacy, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Michl Treacy, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Michl Treacy, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Michael & Mary Treacy, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Thomas Treacy [& john Pierc], Knockadeen, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Thos Treacy & others, Kellymount, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

Thomas Tracy [& Reps of James Brennan], Kellymount, Shankill, Kilkenny, 1834

 

Martin Tracy, Crossouge Estate of Henry Hood, Tiscoffin, Kilkenny, 1833

Martin Tracy, Crossouge, Tiscoffin, Kilkenny, 1833

 

Edmd Treacy, Boggan, Tullaroan, Kilkenny, 1833

 

Thos Tracy & Widow Tracy, Island of Urlingford, Urlingford, Kilkenny, 1833 [1834]

 

1831 Tithe Defaulter

Alphabetical

By Area

Ann Tracy, Common Bog, Gowran, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Anty Tracy, Farmer, Lisdowney, Aharney, Co. Kilkenny.

Daniel Tracy, Farmer, Conohy, Grangemaccomb, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Edward Tracy, Farmer, Montablouchemine, Tubbridbritain, Co. Kilkenny.

Edward Treacy, Newtown, Co. Kilkenny.

 

James Tracy, Derrynahinch, Co. Kilkenny.

James Tracy, Farmer, Ballydaniel, Ballyinch, Co. Kilkenny.

James Treasey, Kilcurl, Knockopher, Co. Kilkenny.

 

John Tracy, Farmer, Conohy, Grangemaccomb, Co. Kilkenny.

John Tracy, Farmer, Knockadeen, Kilmacahill, Co. Kilkenny.

John Tracy, Shoemaker, Thomastown, Jerpoint, Co. Kilkenny.

John Treacy, Farmer, Knockardeen, Shankill, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Margaret Tracy, Gowran, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Mary Treacy, Farmer, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Michael Tracy, Farmer, Low Grange, Grangesilvia, Co. Kilkenny.

Michael Treacy, Farmer, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Pat Tracy, Farmer, Garryduff, Kilmacahill, Co. Kilkenny.

Patrick Treasey, Kilcurl, Knockopher, Co. Kilkenny.

Patt Tracy, Farmer, Caron, Dunbell, Co. Kilkenny.

Patt Tracy, Farmer, Conohy, Grangemaccomb, Co. Kilkenny.

Patt Tracy, Farmer, Lismatigue, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Philip Treacy, Newtown, Cranagh, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Pierce Tracy, Farmer, Knockadeen, Kilmacahill, Co. Kilkenny.

Pierce Treacy, Knockardeen, Shankill, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Richard Tracey, Farmer, Kiljames, Columbkille, Co. Kilkenny.

Richard Tracy, Farmer, Grange McComb, Grangemaccomb, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Simon Tracy, Farmer, Ballymagill, Listerlin, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Thomas Tracy, Carpenter, Ballydaniel, Ballylinch, Co. Kilkenny.

Thomas Tracy, Farmer, Knockadeen, Kilmacahill, Co. Kilkenny.

Thomas Tracy, Farmer, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny.

Thomas Tracy, Labourer, Garryduff, Kilmacahill, Co. Kilkenny.

Thomas Tracy, Farmer, Thomastown, Jerpoinytabby, Co. Kilkenny.

 

William Tracy, Schoolmaster, Conohy, Grangemaccomb, Co. Kilkenny.

Anty Tracy, Farmer, Lisdowney, Aharney, Co. Kilkenny.

 

James Tracy, Farmer, Ballydaniel, Ballyinch, Co. Kilkenny.

Thomas Tracy, Carpenter, Ballydaniel, Ballylinch, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Richard Tracey, Farmer, Kiljames, Columbkille, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Philip Treacy, Newtown, Cranagh, Co. Kilkenny.

 

James Tracy, Derrynahinch, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Patt Tracy, Farmer, Caron, Dunbell, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Ann Tracy, Common Bog, Gowran, Co. Kilkenny.

Margaret Tracy, Gowran, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Daniel Tracy, Farmer, Conohy, Grangemaccomb, Co. Kilkenny.

John Tracy, Farmer, Conohy, Grangemaccomb, Co. Kilkenny.

Patt Tracy, Farmer, Conohy, Grangemaccomb, Co. Kilkenny.

Richard Tracy, Farmer, Grange McComb, Grangemaccomb, Co. Kilkenny.

William Tracy, Schoolmaster, Conohy, Grangemaccomb, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Michael Tracy, Farmer, Low Grange, Grangesilvia, Co. Kilkenny.

 

John Tracy, Shoemaker, Thomastown, Jerpoint, Co. Kilkenny.

Thomas Tracy, Farmer, Thomastown, Jerpoinytabby, Co. Kilkenny.

 

John Tracy, Farmer, Knockadeen, Kilmacahill, Co. Kilkenny.

Pat Tracy, Farmer, Garryduff, Kilmacahill, Co. Kilkenny.

Pierce Tracy, Farmer, Knockadeen, Kilmacahill, Co. Kilkenny.

Thomas Tracy, Farmer, Knockadeen, Kilmacahill, Co. Kilkenny.

Thomas Tracy, Labourer, Garryduff, Kilmacahill, Co. Kilkenny.

 

James Treasey, Kilcurl, Knockopher, Co. Kilkenny.

Patrick Treasey, Kilcurl, Knockopher, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Patt Tracy, Farmer, Lismatigue, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Simon Tracy, Farmer, Ballymagill, Listerlin, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Edward Treacy, Newtown, Co. Kilkenny.

 

John Treacy, Farmer, Knockardeen, Shankill, Co. Kilkenny.

Mary Treacy, Farmer, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Co. Kilkenny.

Michael Treacy, Farmer, Ballyvalden, Shankill, Co. Kilkenny.

Pierce Treacy, Knockardeen, Shankill, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Thomas Tracy, Farmer, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny.

 

Edward Tracy, Farmer, Montablouchemine, Tubbridbritain, Co. Kilkenny.

 

 

1831 The Carrickshock Incident

James Treacy (Trassy), 20 years old shot dead in the Tithe protest.

One of his nephews was the Very Reverend Canon Patrick Treacy, parish priest of Connahy, Co. Kilkenny, who was the featured guest and speaker at numerous Carrickshock commemoration ceremonies. Canon Treacy also headed the local memorial committee. Another nephew, John Treacy, lived at the large family house in Kilkurl through the 1920s and served alongside his brother on the committee.

Gary Owens (2004) The Carrickshock Incident, 1831: Social Memory and an Irish cause celebre. Cultural and Social History 2004; 1: 36–64

[See Traceys of Kilkenny – Page 2 for further information]

 

February 21, 1832 (FJ)

We regret to say that a party of miscreants a few nights back attacked the house of Mr. Thomas Tracy, of Bellmount in the county of Kilkenny, and about six miles from Carlow. Mr Tracy was at first inclined to resist them, which he could successfully have done; but through feelings of humanity he desisted, and all remonstrance proving unavailable he was robbed of his arms. Mr. Tracy is a liberal protestant, and is, to our knowledge, a man of high character, for kindness of disposition, and usefulness in his neighbourhood, and has everbeen hostile to everything calculated to oppress the people. - Carlow Morning Post

 

March 28, 1833 (FJ) Tithes

...[injured] John Stack of Jerpoint Abbey...Fortunately for him, he was met on the way by Mr. R. Tracy, of Kilmurry, who lent him the use of his car to bring him into town [Kilkenny]...

 

Enforcement of Tithes (Ireland) HC Deb 12 June 1833 vol 18 cc599-607 599

The petition of Patrick Tracey, in the county of Kilkenny…The petitioner stated, that on Tuesday, the 16th of April last, he was in bed, at his residence, and that in the same House were his brother-in-law, Cahinn, and Cahinn's wife and sister…

http://www.traceyclann.com/files/1833%20Petition%20of%20Patrick%20Tracey.htm

June 15, 1833 (FJ) House of Lords

Enforcement of Tithes in Ireland. Colonel Butler said he had to present a petition of the utmost importance, although coming from an private individual...Patrick Treacy, in the county of Kilkenny...

 

British War Office –Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854 

James Tracey born Kilkenny, Kilkenny. Served in 74th Foot Regiment; Surrey Militia Discharged aged 39, 1833-1854 [b. 1815] [Sergeant Highland Light Infantry - 71st & 74th Foot No.1008]

James Tracey, b. ? Kilkenny, Kilkenny

James Tracy b.1815 St James, Kilkenny 74th till 1854, Surrey Militia 1833 – 1854 b. Elphin, Roscommon 1817?

James Tracey b.1817 Aughrim, Roscommon 2/1st Foot.Alias James Bruan. Deserted 186 and 1840 Labourer FMP

 

Spring 1833 General Assizes

John S. Rockfort Esq and Andrew Treacy

To keep in repair for three years, that part of the road from Castlecomer to Carlow, between the turn at Connolly’s forge and the bounds of the County – 532 perches, at 6d per perch by the year.

Grand Jury Orders - Knocktopher Barony
Parish of Kilbeacon
To Simon Treacy, to compensate him for his Dwelling-House, &c. &c. which was maliciously burned, 7 Wm. 3, c. 21 ; 9 Wm 3, c 9 ; and 19 and 20 Geo. 3, c. 37, .....£63 18s 6d

Spring 1834 General Assizes

Fassadineen Barony

A list of Cess-payers

Andrew Tracy, Belmont

Contractors’ Roads

To John Staunton Rockfort Esq and Andrew Treacy, contractors, for having kept in repair for one year, 532 perches of the road from Castlecomer to Carlow, between the turn at Conolly’s forge and the bounds of the County, £13s. 6s., stamp 2s 1d - £13 8s 1d.

Gowran Barony

Gowran Parish Arrear

James Treacy 3s 6d

Summer 1834 General Assizes

 Fassadineen Barony

A list of Cess-payers

Andrew Treacy, Belmont

Spring 1835 General Assizes

Fassadineen Barony

A list of Cess-payers

Andrew Tracy, Belmont

Contractors’ Roads

To Mr. Andrew Treacy, one of contractors, for having kept in repair for half a year, 532 perches of the road from Castlecomer to Carlow, between the turn at Conolly’s forge and the bounds of the County, 6l 13s. stamp 2s 1d same act and sect £6 15s 1d.

Cranagh Barony

Same date [Oct 22 1834] Edm Treacy's receipt £24.0.9

Summer 1835 General Assizes

To Mr. Andrew Treacy Contractor £6 15s. 1d.

Shearman T (1833-5) County of Kilkenny at a General Assizes

Spring 1836 Assizes

Fassadineen Barony

Contractors’ Roads

To Mr. Andrew Treacy, one of contractors, for having kept in repair for half a year, 532 perches of the road from Castlecomer to Carlow, between the turn at Conolly’s forge and the bounds of the County, £13 6s, stamp 2s 1d same act and sect £13 8s 1d.

To Mr. Andrew Treacy Contractor £6 15s. 1d.

Spring 1837

Fassadineen Barony

Securities…Andrew Tracy, Belmont

Andrew Treacy…To keep in repair for seven years, 480 perches of the road from Castlecomer to Carlow, between John Brennan’s house at Coon and the bounds of the county at Bilboa, at 1s per perch for the first year, and 6d per perch for 6 years.

Summer Assizes 1837

Knocktoper Barony

Cess-Payers

Patrick Treacy, Kilcurran

Spring Assizes 1838

…To keep in repair for five years, 43 perches of the road from Kilkenny to Carlow, between Jas. Nowlan’s house in Gowran and Mrs. Treacey’s house at same, at 2s per perch the first year and 1s per perch for 4 years…

Spring Assizes 1841

…Securites: Edmond Treacy of same [Kiljames]…

 

Simon Treacy, 1835, Ossory Diocese will. Exec: A Treacy, Ballymagilligilly, (Ballymackillagill, Co. Kilkenny?). IAR/1835/F/37.

 

October 1835 Kilkenny Journal

Patrick Dowling, (Nicholas) James Tone, Patrick Dowling (the Lodge) Thomas Cullen, Thomas Trassy and Patrick Comerford were indicted for a riot at Tullaroan on the 20th day of September last, they were also indicted under the statute for the assult on James Quigley, common assult on James Purtil, Edmond Pural and John Dowling Purtil, for breaking the window of John Smith's house and Patrick Dowling (Nicholas) for an assult on James McIntosh police constable...James Quigly marriage celebration in John Smiths house...Patrick Dowling (the Lodge) and Thomas Trassy to be confined 12 months, one week in each month to hard labour and the last week to solitory confinement and to give security to keep the peace for 7 years...

29 October 1835 (FJ) County Quarter Sessions (from the Kilkenny Journal)

Patrick Dowling, (Nicholas) James Tone, Patrick Dowling (the Lodge) Thomas Cullen, Thomas Trassy, and Patrick Comerford, were indicted for a riot at Tullaroan, on the 20th day of September last - they were also indicted under the statute, for an assult on James Quigly - for a common assult on Jmaes Pural, Edmond Pural, and John Dowling Pural - for breaking the window of John Smith's house and Patrick Dowling (Nicholas) for an assult on James McIntosh, one of the police while in the execution of his office as police constable on that day.

Nov 10, 1835 (BL) Kilkenny Quarter Sessions

...six men were tried...including the assault on Police at Tulleroan on the sabbath day...Pat Dowling and Thos Tracy to be confined 12 months each...

 

1835-1857 Merchant Navy Seamen

John Tracy, b. 1821 Kilkenny Kilkenny

 

British War Office

William Tracey b.1817 Eresk, Kilkenny 38th Foot deserted 1836 & 37 labourer FMP

 

24 March 1837 (FJ) Justice Rent

From the united parishes of Clemento and Tubid, Co. Kilkenny...Edmund Tracy...2s.6d...

 

1838 Report Wandesforde Estate

Even in such an impoverished area of east Croghtenclogh Anne Tracy, lessor of 187 acres described as a “mountain farm”, had improved the land and “built a good house”.

Nolan, William (1979) Fassadinin. Land, Settlement and Society in Southest Ireland 1600-1850. Geography Publications, Dublin. Pp.131

 

1838 The Catholic Directory, Ecclasiastical Register, and Almanac

Diocese of Ossory

Chapter – Treasurer: Rev. Wm. Tracey.

Northern District

Wm. Tracey, Parish priest, Rathdowney

Diocess of Dromore

Newry

Convent Sacred Institute of Saint Clare - Mother Abbess is Mrs. MM Tracy.

Diocess of Kildare and Leighlin

Wm Tracy, Curate Kilcock

F Tracy, Curate Ballyfin

Felix Tracy, Curate, Mountmellick

Diocess of Killaloe

Patrick Tracy, Parish Priest, Toomgreary, Scariff

 

Ireland-Australia Transportation Database (1780-1868)

SURNAME: Tracey or Treacy 

OTHER NAMES: Judith

AGE:  21              

PLACE OF TRIAL: Kilkenny City                 

TRIAL DATE: 08/10/1838

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Larceny of 1s 4d

SENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs

DOCUMENT REFERENCES:  Tr 2, p 65

COMMENTS: Convict detained at Grangeforman Gaol, 10/01/1839

DOCUMENT REFERENCES:  CRF 1838 T 38

COMMENTS: Convicts widowed mother and family are dependant on her support.

 

19 March 1839 Kilkenny Gaol

Thomas Treacy

Sessional Papers

 

March 17, 1842 (FJ) The Riot in Kilkenny - Carlow Election

...Andrew Mahony, John Tracy, Patrick Byrne, James Kelly, Patrick Doolan and Simon Kemple...riot in Kilkenny city...assulting Mr. Beattie and Captain Terry...Bush Hotel, porter called John Tracy...four months hard labour...-Kilkenny Journal

26 March 1842 (TH) Kilkenny/Carlow

The trials of Andrew Mahony, John Tracy, Pat Byrne, James Kelly and Patrick Dowling, for riot and assult, committed in Kilkenny, during the last contested election for the county Carlow, took place on Saturday. They were all convicted and sentenced - Treacy, Kelly and Dowling, to be imprisoned four months each with hard labour - Byrne, three months and hard labour, - and Mahony, three months.

 

July 4, 1842 (FJ) Shooting with intent to Kill

...at Carrickagowran [Kilkenny?] assulted George M'Donnell...John Hogan examined - He lived at Carrickagowran...Honor Tracy, a servant...

 

April 24, 1843 (FJ) (From the Kilkenny Journal)

On Wednesday evening Delany from Thurles gaol, and a second Tracy (another having been secured before) were marched into Kilkenny, whence they proceed on their way to the Castle of Dublin, under a strong escort. It is said that Delany has confessed no fewer than thirteen murders...murder of Mortimer or Hoynes...

May 15, 1843 (FJ) The Hoyne Murder

A man named Hogan, a deserter, charged with being an associate with Delany, Tracy, &c., in the recent murders, was arrested at Edmonsberry...Eirke Station...- Kilkenny Journal

August 2, 1843 (FJ) The Murder of Lawrence Hoyne

It being generally known that it was the intention of the crown to try, for the second time, Thomas Downey and Michael Mullins...Also, that since the trial they (the prisoners) learned that William Carroll, a prisoner in Carlow gaol, and James Tracy, residing in the same county, were important and material witnesses on their behalf...

2 August 1843 (NG)

...Rathculbin...Nolan sold his interest to Hoyne for £50...raised rents to reimburse himself...Philip Murphy...remembers the fair day of Kilkenny, in March last, knows the public house of the widow Walsh in John street...brought there by persons named Tracy, Walsh and Mullins...went for the fire arms at Tracy's house, but he being at work they could not get them until evening...They got three pistols and some powder...

August 10, 1843 (FJ) Kilkenny Assizes

...Kilkenny Fair...Sentence of death was passed on Tracy, and the other two convicts, Mullins and Downey.

12 August 1843 (N) Kilkenny Assizes - Conspiracy to Murder

Michael Comerford and Thomas Tracy charged with inciting and conspiring with Michael Mullins to kill and murder Laurence Hoyne [over a farm and mills at Rathcublin/Rathculbin]. The chief conspirator named Downey had been convicted on the previous day. With regard to Tracy, a statement of his own would have alone proven his guilt, and when arrested he wanted to become approver. Thomas Tracy was found quilty. At present death would be recorded, and if any commutation of the sentence were to take place it could only be to that of transportation for life. - Correspondent of Saunders.[see 5 Aug 1843 for report of previous trial]

19 August 1843 (TH)

Thomas Tracy was found guilty at Kilkenny assizes for conspiracy to murder Lawrence Hoyne...It is remarkable that seven men were arrested and all of them prayed the Crown to allow them to be approvers, but only three were made use of...

Ireland-Australia Transportation Database (1780-1868)

Thomas Tracy (aged 26)                             

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Kilkenny                  

TRIAL DATE: 08/08/1843

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Conspiracy to murder

SENTENCE: Death commuted to Transportation for Life

DOCUMENT REFERENCES:  TR 5, p 95          CRF 1843 T 11

COMMENTS: Convict was detained at Kilmainham Gaol Co. Dublin, 21/08/1843

Tasmanian Archives  [71345]

Thomas Tracey [Roman Catholic, can read, labourer, 5'5.5", 26 years, fresh complexion, dark brown hair, hazel eyes]

Convict No: 71345

Voyage Ship: Duke of Richmond

Voyage No: 226

Arrival Date: 02 Jan 1844

Departure Date: 21 Sep 1843

Departure Port: Kingston

Transported for copspiracy to Murder...Convicted before for assult...Conspiracy to murder a boy named Welch. 6 weeks for Assault. "Single"...Gaol conduct. Good.

Report dated 24 Aug 1852 [released 29/8/52?]

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On the 19th March 1850, he was refused permission to marry a fellow convict, Catherine Heenan (ship: Tasmania) CON52/1/3 p452

On the 7th July 1853 and 24 Oct 1853, he requested permission to marry Nora Bowling/Honora Boland (ship: Midlothian). July Comment: ??? 12 months in the colony 13/7/53. Recommended 11/11/53. (T May-Aug 1853.) October comment: must be 12 ??? in the colony. (T Aug-Dec 1853) CON52/1/6 

March 19, 1844 (FJ) Kilkenny Assizes

Murder of John Mortimer...Ballylarkin...Wm Delany, the approver...knowns Tracy, he lives at Kilrush...saw Thomas Dowling at Tracy's the night before Mr. Mortimer was killed...Thomas Tracy and Michael Tracy has some conversation...Michael Tracy suggested breaking into the house of Mr. Mortimer and killing him, but Thomas Tracy said that they would be known in Freshford, and an alarm might be given...murder of Hoyne...

23 March 1844 (N) Kilkenny Assizes 16th March

This was a case growing out of the relations between landlord and tenant. It appeared from the evidence of the approver, Wm. Delany, that he, with Laurence and Thomas Dowling, and another man named Tracy, had resolved to murder Mr. Mortimer, in order to prevent an ejectment being served on the Dowlings. The murder was effected with a pitchfork in the open day, within a few yards of the town of Freshford. The jury acquitted the Dowlings seeming to believe that it was the approver and Tracy, who were the real offenders.

July 18, 1844 (FJ) Caught at last

The trial of Michael and John Tracy took place in the county quarter sessions on Friday last. They were found guilty of stealing away and killing a lamb, the property of Mr. Renehan of Killashulan. [Killoshulan] The Assistant-Barrister, N.P. O'Gorman, Esq., sentenced each of them to transportation for ten years. These unfortunate convicts and their gang have disturbed the peace of this county for a considerable length of time. The murder of Hoyne was committed by assassins sent from their house; and it has been proved that they managed and directed the murder of Mortimer also. Their house has been a rendezvous for desparate and abandoned characters, who lived on stolen mutton and plunder of every kind. It is said that the landlord has given directions to have this abomination levelled with the ground. - Kilkenny Herald.

20 July 1844 (TH) Caught at Last

The trial of Michael and John Tracy took place at the county quarter sessions on Friday last. They were found guilty of stealing ??? and killing a lamb, the property of Mr. Reachan[?] of Killashutan[?]. The Assistant-Barrister, NP O'Gorman Esq. sentenced each of them to transportation for ten years. These unfortunate convicts and their gang have disturbed the peace of this county for a considerable length of time. The murder of Hayne was committed by assassins sent from their house; and it has been proved that they managed and directed the murder of Mortimer also. Their house has been a rendezvous for desperate and abandoned characters, who lived on stolen mutton and plunder of every kind. -It is said the landlord has given directions to have this abomination levelled with the ground. - Kilkenny Journal

Ireland-Australia Transportation Database (1780-1868)

John Treacy (aged 15) & Michael Treacy (aged 23)

TRIAL DATE: 12/07/1844

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Kilkenny                  

PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: Kilkenny

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Sheep stealing

SENTENCE: Transportation 10 yrs

SHIP: RATCLIFFE

DOCUMENT REFERENCES:  Tr 5, p 96

DOCUMENT REFERENCES:  CRF 1845 misc2

DOCUMENT REFERENCES:  CRF 1845 misc16

PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: Smithfield               

DOCUMENT DATE: 27/01/1845

DOCUMENT REFERENCES:  CRF 1845 misc4

Tasmanian Archives

John Tracy [R Catholic, cannot read or write, servant, 5'7.5", 17 years, fresh complexion, dark brown hair, hazel? eyes, freckled?]

Tasmanian Archives [71347] http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON33-1-69,220,201,C,80

Michael Tracy [Roman Catholic, read a little, field labourer, 5'5", 25 years, fresh complexion, dark brown hair, grey eyes, freckles?]

Tasmanian Archives [71348] http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON33-1-69,220,200,S,80

Ratcliffe (1)

Departure: London 19 May 1845

Arrival: 30 Aug 1845

[Comments for John:] Comment Transported for killing a lamb with intent to steal a part. Gaol report, remarkably good, single, stated this offence. Same as my Bro ??? 2yrs/11 single...Reported dated 10 February 1852 ??? approved.

[Comments For Michael:] Transported for killing a lamb with intent to steal a part. Gaol report remarkably good. Single, stated this offence...St? a lamb for Martin Fitzgernen? [Fitzgerald] County Kilkenny. Bro John same offience on board....24 Mar 54...Drunk & assaulting a Constable fined £3.5.0... [report dated] 12 July 1854...

Eighteen months to I.W. River? http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON27-1-11,166,28,C,80

Ident [page 1] [page 2]

Physical Description http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON18-1-43,237,213,C,80

Mary Tracey (aged 23)

Tasmanian Archives [71342]

Elizabeth & Henry (3)

Departure: London 13 Feb 1848

Arrival: 30 Jun 1848

Tasmanian Archives

322 Mary Tracey

Tried: Ruthin Sessions 29 June 1847 7 years [Ruthin Gaol North Wales?]

Arrived: 30th June 1848

P. R

Transported for: Stealing money from the huson? Gaol report unknown. Single 1 child Statup? this offence Stealing £10 Single one child Surgeons Report

Trade: Co Servant?, 5'4.5", 23 years...brown hair...dark hazel eyes...Native Place: Co. Kilkenny?

Marks: Upper blue dot lower left arm blue dot back of same hand.

24/9/53 ??? 7/12/53 to her husband George Hancock Collins ???

Certfree 7 July 1854 Herself...12/9/79 [last date]...

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Mary Tracey, 5'4.5", 23 years, County Servant, Ruthin Sessions, 29 June 1847, 7 years, Native Place: Co. Kilkenny, Single, 1 child, Prot, Read, [brothers RC]

Mo: Mary                                                   } Ireland

Bro: Thomas Michael John Patrick            }

???: Anaestatia                                                          3 first brothers transported to this country

Steal £70 from John Gleenes? Manchester [Following text may not be connected] I lived? with Michael Lennet 4 yrs

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June 6, 1844 (FJ) The Kilkenny Case

...Mr. Anson Floyd has made another attempt to prove a case of grievance against the people of Kilkenny...Mr. Smithwick...The Mail calls again for an investigation, being anxious, doubtless, to prove how badly that awful Mrs. Tracy has treated Mr. Floyd...

 

1844 Andrew Treacy, Bellmount, Kilkenny. (Prerogative Will)

 

1 March 1845 (N) O'Connell Tribute

...Ballyhale, county Kilkenny...Pat. Tracy...

 

Return of the Number of Persons Confined for Contempt of Court from March 1839

Patrick Treacy, Kilkenny County, committed 18 August 1846, by The Barrister, contempt, discharged 1 September 1846

 

British War Office

Stephen James Tracey, b. 1846 St. James Kilkenny, Kilkenny. Lancers - 9th (Queen's Royal). No. 1030. WO97 Chelsea

 

September 16, 1848 (FJ) Waterford/Kilkenny/Tipperary

...the police barrack [Portlaw] was attacked by a rebel party...a party of dragoons chased the rebels into the woods of Portlaw and Curraghmore and took eight prisoners...On the same day there was an attack on the police barrack at Glenbower near Carrick...six hundred rebels commanded by O'Mahony, took up all the arms they could find in the neighbourhood of Kilmacthomas along the mountain foot of Comeragh and marched to Rathgormac to attack anf burn the barrack...they killed a cow at the farm of H.W. Barron and had the head of it on one of the pikes; they shot two farmers named Tracey (tenants of Mr. Disney), who refused to give up their arms; one was shot through the head, the other through the breast...One man was shot dead on the spot and another died yesterday [12th September]...

 

April 7, 1849 (FJ) & September 18, 1849 (BL)

There is no remedy known equal to Holloway's Pills for the Cure of Asthma - Mr. Richard Treacy, of Belmount, Carlow [Kilkenny?] having derived so much benefit from the use of these pills...asthma...for the last fifteen or sixteen years...- (See Advertisement)

 

Patrick Tracy

Tasmanian Archives [71349]

Hyderabad (2)

Departure: Kingston 23 May 1849

Arrival: 26 Aug 1849

Patrick Tracey

Tried: Kilkenny 15 March 1848 7 years

Arrived: 20/8/49 R Catholic can read & write a little

Transported for: Stealing calves. Prison report ??? conviction conduct and character good. Single. Stated this offence - stealing 3 heifers. Single.

Trade: Miner. 5'6.5", [no age]...black hair...hazel eyes...Native place: Co. Tipperary. Small blue mark left cheek.

...Tried Hobart Town 2 Sept 1851 Burglary...transportation for life to be removed to Norfolk Island? and detained there for 15 years...[last date] 20.4.64

http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON33-1-94,305,290,C,80

22040 Patrick Tracey, tried Kilkenny, 15 March 48, 5'6.5", 22 years age, 7 years, RC, Read/write, Single, ??? 3 heifers for Ally Lyons Co. Tipperary, Miner, Co. Tipperary, ??? ??? ???

http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON14-1-38,236,208,C,80

http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON14-1-38,236,209,C,80

Patk Tracey, 5-6.5...black hair...hazel eyes...small blue mark left cheek

http://search.archives.tas.gov.au/ImageViewer/image_viewer.htm?CON18-1-51,202,192,C,80

 

1849 Albany NY Naturisations

John Treacy, 30, Co Kilkenny, Liverpool, Albany, Apr 3

http://www.connorsgenealogy.com/Albany/AlbanyIrishBorn1849.htm

 

Griffiths Valuation Kilkenny 1849-50

Alphabetical

By area

Anastatia Tracey Ballymackillagill Listerlin Kilkenny

 

Andrew Tracey Stoneyford,Cotterrellsbooly T Stonecarthy Kilkenny

Andrew Tracy Baunmore Erke Kilkenny

 

Bartholomew Tracy Main Street Urlingford Kilkenny

 

Catherine Tracey Ballykenna Dysartmoon Kilkenny

Catherine Tracey Boggan Tullaroan Kilkenny

Catherine Tracy Ballyfasy Upper Kilbride Kilkenny

 

Denis Tracey Raheen Dunnamaggan Kilkenny

Denis Tracy Mungmacody Columbkille Kilkenny

Denis Tracy Ruppa Columbkille Kilkenny

 

Edmond Tracy Islands Urlingford Kilkenny

Edmond Tracy Mountfinn Urlingford Kilkenny

 

Edward Tracy Kiljames Lower Columbkille Kilkenny

 

George Tracy Ballyfasy Upper Kilbride Kilkenny

 

James Tracey Carran Dunbell Kilkenny

James Tracey Mullennakill Jerpointwest Kilkenny

James Tracy Chapel Street Fertagh Kilkenny

James Tracy Horse Barrack Lane,Roachpond St. Marys Kilkenny

James Treacy Connahy Grangemaccomb Kilkenny

James Treacy Kilcurl (Anglesey) Knocktopher Kilkenny

James Treacy Kilkeasy Kilkeasy Kilkenny

James Treacy Knocktopher,Knocktophermanor T Knocktopher Kilkenny

 

John Tracey Freneystown Tiscoffin Kilkenny

John Tracey Johnswell Rathcoole Kilkenny

John Tracy Coan East Dysart Kilkenny

John Tracy Islands Urlingford Kilkenny

 

Margaret Tracy Main Street Gowran Kilkenny

 

Martin Tracey Ballinvally Kilmacahill Kilkenny

Martin Tracey Ballyvalden Shankill Kilkenny

Martin Tracey Kellymount Shankill Kilkenny

Martin Tracey Kilrush Clomantagh Kilkenny

 

Mary Tracey Ballinvally Kilmacahill Kilkenny

Mary Tracey Derrynahinch Derrynahinch Kilkenny

Mary Tracey Garryduff Kilmacahill Kilkenny

Mary Treacy Ballyredding North Treadingstown Kilkenny

Mary Treacy Connahy Grangemaccomb Kilkenny

 

Michael Tracey Ballyvalden Shankill Kilkenny

Michael Tracey Fiddown Fiddown Kilkenny

Michael Tracey Flagmount North Gowran Kilkenny

Michael Tracey Glenpipe Jerpointwest Kilkenny

Michael Tracey Grange Lower Grangesilvia Kilkenny

Michael Tracey Kellymount Shankill Kilkenny

Michael Tracey Main Street Gowran Kilkenny

 

Patrick Tracey Ballymackillagill Listerlin Kilkenny

Patrick Tracey Lismateige Lismateige Kilkenny

Patrick Tracy Grange Grangemaccomb Kilkenny

Patrick Tracy New Road Urlingford Kilkenny

Patrick Tracy Pigeonpark Danesfort Kilkenny

Patrick Treacey Lismateige Lismateige Kilkenny

Patrick Treacy Kilcurl (Anglesey) Knocktopher Kilkenny

Patrick Treacy Kingsmountain or Mylerstown Aghaviller Kilkenny

Patrick Treacy Knocktopher,Knocktophermanor T Knocktopher Kilkenny

 

Peter Tracy Croghtenclogh Castlecomer Kilkenny

 

Richard Tracy Blackbottom Killahy Kilkenny

Richard Tracy Coan East Dysart Kilkenny

Richard Tracy Croghtenclogh Castlecomer Kilkenny

Richard Tracy Grange Grangemaccomb Kilkenny

 

Robert Tracy Coan East Dysart Kilkenny

 

Thomas Tracey Ballinvally Kilmacahill Kilkenny

Thomas Tracey Castle Ellis Road Gowran Kilkenny

Thomas Tracey Garryduff Kilmacahill Kilkenny

Thomas Tracey Glenpipe Jerpointwest Kilkenny

Thomas Tracy Ballydonnell Ballyinch Kilkenny

Thomas Tracy Croghtabeg (Courtown) Ballytobin Kilkenny

Thomas Tracy Croghtabeg (Courtown) Ballytobin Kilkenny

Thomas Tracy Kilree Grangekilree Kilkenny

 

William Tracey Ballyneale Dysartmoon Kilkenny

William Tracey Knockmore Killahy Kilkenny

William Tracey Market Square Freshford Kilkenny

William Tracy Coan East Dysart Kilkenny

William Treacy Connahy Grangemaccomb Kilkenny

Patrick Treacy Kingsmountain or Mylerstown Aghaviller Kilkenny

 

Thomas Tracy Ballydonnell Ballyinch Kilkenny

 

Thomas Tracy Croghtabeg (Courtown) Ballytobin Kilkenny

Thomas Tracy Croghtabeg (Courtown) Ballytobin Kilkenny

 

Peter Tracy Croghtenclogh Castlecomer Kilkenny

Richard Tracy Croghtenclogh Castlecomer Kilkenny

 

Martin Tracey Kilrush Clomantagh Kilkenny

 

Denis Tracy Mungmacody Columbkille Kilkenny

Denis Tracy Ruppa Columbkille Kilkenny

Edward Tracy Kiljames Lower Columbkille Kilkenny

 

Patrick Tracy Pigeonpark Danesfort Kilkenny

 

Mary Tracey Derrynahinch Derrynahinch Kilkenny

 

James Tracey Carran Dunbell Kilkenny

 

Denis Tracey Raheen Dunnamaggan Kilkenny

 

John Tracy Coan East Dysart Kilkenny

Richard Tracy Coan East Dysart Kilkenny

Robert Tracy Coan East Dysart Kilkenny

William Tracy Coan East Dysart Kilkenny

 

Catherine Tracey Ballykenna Dysartmoon Kilkenny

William Tracey Ballyneale Dysartmoon Kilkenny

 

Andrew Tracy Baunmore Erke Kilkenny

 

James Tracy Chapel Street Fertagh Kilkenny

 

Michael Tracey Fiddown Fiddown Kilkenny

 

William Tracey Market Square Freshford Kilkenny

 

Margaret Tracy Main Street Gowran Kilkenny

Michael Tracey Flagmount North Gowran Kilkenny

Michael Tracey Main Street Gowran Kilkenny

Thomas Tracey Castle Ellis Road Gowran Kilkenny

 

Thomas Tracy Kilree Grangekilree Kilkenny

 

James Treacy Connahy Grangemaccomb Kilkenny

Mary Treacy Connahy Grangemaccomb Kilkenny

Patrick Tracy Grange Grangemaccomb Kilkenny

Richard Tracy Grange Grangemaccomb Kilkenny

William Treacy Connahy Grangemaccomb Kilkenny

 

Michael Tracey Grange Lower Grangesilvia Kilkenny

 

James Tracey Mullennakill Jerpointwest Kilkenny

Michael Tracey Glenpipe Jerpointwest Kilkenny

Thomas Tracey Glenpipe Jerpointwest Kilkenny

 

Richard Tracy Blackbottom Killahy Kilkenny

William Tracey Knockmore Killahy Kilkenny

 

Catherine Tracy Ballyfasy Upper, Kilbride Kilkenny

George Tracy Ballyfasy Upper Kilbride Kilkenny

 

James Treacy Kilkeasy Kilkeasy Kilkenny

 

Martin Tracey Ballinvally Kilmacahill Kilkenny

Mary Tracey Ballinvally Kilmacahill Kilkenny

Mary Tracey Garryduff Kilmacahill Kilkenny

Thomas Tracey Ballinvally Kilmacahill Kilkenny

Thomas Tracey Garryduff Kilmacahill Kilkenny

 

James Treacy Kilcurl (Anglesey) Knocktopher Kilkenny

James Treacy Knocktopher,Knocktophermanor T Knocktopher Kilkenny

Patrick Treacy Kilcurl (Anglesey) Knocktopher Kilkenny

Patrick Treacy Knocktopher,Knocktophermanor T Knocktopher Kilkenny

 

Patrick Tracey Lismateige Lismateige Kilkenny

Patrick Treacey Lismateige Lismateige Kilkenny

 

Anastatia Tracey Ballymackillagill Listerlin Kilkenny

Patrick Tracey Ballymackillagill Listerlin Kilkenny

 

John Tracey Johnswell Rathcoole Kilkenny

 

James Tracy Horse Barrack Lane,Roachpond St. Marys Kilkenny

 

Martin Tracey Ballyvalden Shankill Kilkenny

Martin Tracey Kellymount Shankill Kilkenny

Michael Tracey Ballyvalden Shankill Kilkenny

Michael Tracey Kellymount Shankill Kilkenny

 

Andrew Tracey Stoneyford,Cotterrellsbooly T Stonecarthy Kilkenny

 

John Tracey Freneystown Tiscoffin Kilkenny

 

Mary Treacy Ballyredding North Treadingstown Kilkenny

 

Catherine Tracey Boggan Tullaroan Kilkenny

 

Bartholomew Tracy Main Street Urlingford Kilkenny

Edmond Tracy Islands Urlingford Kilkenny

Edmond Tracy Mountfinn Urlingford Kilkenny

John Tracy Islands Urlingford Kilkenny

Patrick Tracy New Road Urlingford Kilkenny

 

May 2, 1850 (FJ) Assault on a Poor Rate Bailiff

...seizure of goods of a person Maher residing in Michaels lane...Mr. T. Bradley of Richview...Thomas Tracy...- Kilkenny Moderator

 

1850?: “Maher bitterly wrote his nephew: ...Another rich priest (Tracy) died a year or two since, intestate, leaving a large sum, several thousands, to be scrambled for, by the next of kin;...”

The historical dimensions of Irish Catholicism By Emmet J. Larkin

 

1850/1851

13. Thomas Tracey and James Cody, Crotobeg Kells Kilkenny, £2.19.0 rent, 3a/0r/25p, tenant from year to year, Thomas William Lloyd owner, Arthur John Small Petitioner

 

1851

13. 28 to 34 on map. Same [Patrick Heffernan], Representative of James tracy, Ballydaniel, Kilkenny, 2a/1r/36p, £2.2.0.5 rent, tenant from year to year

 

1851

1 and 2 OR 4,8,10, 11 & 12 on map. Catherine Treacy, Boggan, otherwise Newgrove, Ballybeagh, Cranagh, Kilkenny, £0.10.0 rent, [0a/0p/2r?], This tenant holds a house and garden as tenant from year to year, determinable on 1st May in each year.

 

1851 Census - 1908 Pensions Act

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

 

IG Record 22386

Tracey or HALL Mary Edmund Tracey Mary Tracey Kiljames Lower Columbkille Gowran Kilkenny 1917 - Mrs Mary Hall, 218 West 4th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Born about 1846-47. 1851 - Edmond Treacey 48 head & Mary Treacey wife married 1837, Catherine 13, Ann 10, Mary 8, John 6, Judith 4, Richd. 1 (dead).

http://www.ireland-genealogy.com/view_category/Page-6.html?lang=en&limit=100&limitstart=28400

 

1852

Thomas Tracy, Croftybeg or Croughtabeg, [Croghtabeg Ballytobin] Kilkenny 92a/2r/10p, £59.11.10 rent, tenant from year to year

 

April 8, 1852 (FJ) Electors of Kilkenny

...Paulstown...Martin Treacy...Michael Treacy...

 

10 April 1852 (N) Electors of Kilkenny

To John Greene, MP and William Shee, Sergeant-at-Law, Esqs...Paulstown...Martin Treacy...Michael Treacy...

 

MISSING ADVERTISMENTS NORTH AMERICA

Name of Missing

Home county

Arrival

AD Date

SEEKER

Patrick Tracy

Kilkenny

NYC 8/1851

Boston MA as cooper

20/3/1852

Bridget Haren (cousin)

Contact: Widow Sullivan, 75 Mulberry St, NYC

1852 Poston Pilot

Of PATRICK TRACY, late of Kilkenny, (Cooper by trade in Boston), by his cousin, BRIDGET HAREN, who arrived in New York about 7 months since. Address BRIDGET HAREN, care of Widow SULLIVAN, 75 Mulberry st, New York.

 

June 1853, Charity Hospital Admission Records, Orleans Parish

11-Jun         25  Michael Tracey                   Shoe Maker             Kilkenney Co., Ireland            27     N York                2 yrs      S   4 dys    Int Fever                    11 3/4

 

1854 Naturalization Delarations Albany NY

Thomas Tracey, 36, Kilkenny, Waterford, Greenbush, Rens Co, Dec 11

http://www.connorsgenealogy.com/Albany/AlbanyIrishBorn1854.htm

 

1856 Patrick Treacy, Kilcurl (Knocktopher), Co. Kilkenny. Farmer (Prerogative Will)

 

17th February 1857

In the matter of the estate of Catherine Murphy and Patrick Treacy, and Teresa his wife, owners, Thomas Murphy, continued in the name of Michael Murphy, administrator of said Thomas Murphy, deceased, Petitioners.

The Houses, gardens, land and tenements together with an eel weir under the bridge of Graigue; together with that parcel of land called Lackaghanireing, Parknamodagh, and Parknacloghabane; also that bit of land at the end of Tanner's Park, situated in the said town of Graigue, Barony of Gowran and County of Kilkenny, held under lease for lives, renewable for ever, bearing the date the 29th day of April 1710: All that waste plot of ground lately held by James Mahon, with the land and garden thereto belonging, situated in the town of Graigue, Barony of Gowran and County of Kilkenny, held under lease of lives, renewable for ever, bearing the date the 17th of September 1734; And all that and those the pieces of ground called Cloghernane, sitauted in the town of Graigue, aforsaid, held under lease for lives renewable for ever, bearing the date the 5th day of December 1740.

 

10 Dec 1857 Wexford

John Tracey, 21, 5'2.5", lives Kilkenny, labourer, stealing money from the Custon?

1857 John Tracy, picking pockets

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

Denis Treacy 2 Jul 1890 Raheen Kilkenny, farmer, to Patrick Treacy, farmer the child

Kate Treacy 8 Nov 1916 Boher Thomastown Kilkenny, married woman to Ellen Ryan spinster

Martin Treacy 9 Jan 1891 Ballybaldin Kilkenny, farmer, to Mary Treacy widow

Michael Treacy 5 Jan 1897 Dean Street Kilkenny, to Margaret Treacy widow

Patrick Treacy 7 Sep 1861 Mortagstown Kilkenny, farmer, to Honora Treacy widow

Peter Treacy 13 Apr 1879 Ballyvalden Kilkenny, farmer batchelor, to father Martin Treacy, farmer

Richard Kildare Treacy 23 Feb 1880 Bellmount Kilkenny, gentleman, to Jane Treacy widow

Richard Treacy 19 Sep 1905 Dean Street Kilkenny, retired Engineer, to Margaret Treacy, spinster

Thomas Tracey 21 Dec 1895 Ballybalden Kilkenny, grazier, sister Margaret Tracey

William Treacy 9 Apr 1895 Kilcurl Kilkenny, by John Treacy, farmer

William Treacy 7 Mar 1908 Sralee Kilkenny, labourer, to John Treacy, labourer

 

James Tunstead To Susan Treacy [Castlecomer Kilkenny] 9 May 1906 Poulpeasty Wexford

Johanna Cantwell 5 Nov 1896 of Camblin Roscrea Tipperary and late of Kyle Queen's, widow, by Rev Patrick Treacy of Galmoy Kilkenny RCC

John Doyle Rev 30 Dec 1916 Kilkenny, to Rev John Cahill & Rev Patrick Treacy PP

Anastatia M Cullen 26 Feb 1920 The District lunatic Asylum Kilkenny, to Rev James Canon Doyle & Patk Treacy

John Fitzpatrick Rev 18 Apr 1889 Kilkenny, Rev Patrick Treacy of Galmoy

John Curran 22 Sep 1890 Dunbell Kilkenny, labourer, to Jeremiah Treacy of Ballymartin Carlow, famer 

Daniel Maher 22 Dec 1893 Kilkenny, to Rev Patrick Treacy of Galmoy

Cornelius Keegan 18 Mar 1907 Kilkenny, to Rev Patrick Treacy James Brady Michael Buggy

Catherine Shea 9 Jun 1907 Dunmore Kilkenny, to Rev  Patrick Treacy

Patrick O'Keeffe 16 Nov 1915 Ballyboden Kilkenny, farmer, to John Treacy, farmer

 

December 29, 1859  (FJ) College of the Immaculate Conception of Mary, Knocktopher, Kilkenny

...Christian Doctrine...James Tracy...Reading...James Tracey...

 

1859

3. William Tracy, Knocktopher otherwise Knocktopher Manor and Moanroe Commons, Kilkenny, 31a/1r/7p, £31.4.6 rent, Yearly tenant

 

December 22, 1860 (FJ) Catholic Deaf and Dumb

...Gowran, Kilkenny...1s...Thomas Tracy...

 

1860 [2593] [2593-I] The twenty-fifth report of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland, (for the year 1858 & 1859)

Andrew Tracy, fourth class, Rivanagh, Kilkenny, £1

 

1860 East India (European troops).

Private J. Tracey (a native of Kilkenny, a tailor, attested at Kilkenny, on the 12th August 1858)...enlisted East India Company...I think I'm entitled to a free discharged...

 

British War Office

Andrew Tracey, b. 1833 Kilkenny, Kilkenny WO131 Chelsea  

Francis Treacy, b. 1887 Kilkenny, Kilkenny WO96 Militia  

James Tracy, b. 1843 Kilkenny, Kilkenny WO97 Chelsea  

John Treacy, b. 1852 Kilkenny, Kilkenny WO97 Chelsea  

Robert Tracey, b. 1867 Kilkenny, Kilkenny WO97 Chelsea  

Stephen James Tracey, b. 1846 Kilkenny, Kilkenny WO97 Chelsea  

Thomas Tracey, b. 1844 Tullock, Kilkenny WO97 Chelsea  

Thomas Tracey, b. 1880 Kilkenny, Kilkenny WO96 Militia  

William Tracy, b. 1848 Kilkenny, Kilkenny WO96 Militia  

William Treacy, b. ? Ballyragget, Kilkenny WO96 Militia  

 

1861 British Census

Mary Treacy, b. abt 1841 Kilkenny Ireland, Lancashire England

 

26 July 1862 Irish Times

Carlow Court

Tracey v Brennan, Action for seduction

The plaintiff is a respectable farmer having eight children, five sons and three daughters. Defendant was a second cousin who had a child with the plaintiff’s daughter while engaged to her, but refused to marry. Damages awarded £200.

28 July 1862 (FJ) Carlow Record Court - Tracey v. Brennan

This was an action for the seduction, by the defendant, of the plaintiff's daughter...The plaintiff [Michael Tracey] is a farmer of twenty-five acres in Kilkenny, with eight children, five sons and three daughters. The defendant, who is unmarried, and a second cousin of the plaintiff, lived in the immediate neighbourhood...he proposed marriage to the girl [Bridget Tracey] but put it off...special licence...The father offered a large fortune if he would marry her after the child had been born, the defendant refused, and the only redress she now had was from a jury...The jury found for the plaintiff £200 damages.

 

1862 - 1864 National education (Ireland)

Michael Tracey R.C., Monitor, male R.C. 1 EC/184 RC, Thomastown, Thomastown, Kilkenny

 

9 June 1863 (FJ) Catholic Intelligence

A solemn profession of five Irish novices took place on the 3rd of May at the convent of the Capuchins at Versailles...Messrs...Bonaventure Tracey of Kilkenny...

 

28 July 1864 (FJ) Cricket

Goresbridge V. Kilkenny...John Treacy [of Goresbridge]...

 

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

Tracey, George, Waterford, Kilkenny/Waterford.  19 869

Tracey, Patrick, Carrick-on-Suir, Waterford/Kilkenny/Tipperary South. 4 536

Tracy, James, Kilkenny, Kilkenny. 3 508

Tracy, Margaret, Carrick-on-Suir, Waterford/Kilkenny/Tipperary South. 4 528

Tracy, Margaret, Thomastown, Kilkenny. 9 914

Tracy, Patrick, Callan, Kilkenny/Tipperary South. 14 593

Treacy, Bridget, Castlecomer, Kilkenny. 3 477

Treacy, Catherine, Callan, Kilkenny/Tipperary South. 4 504

Treacy, Daniel, Castlecomer, Kilkenny. 18 502

Treacy, Emily, Waterford, Kilkenny/Waterford.  4 830

Treacy, Robert, Castlecomer, Kilkenny. 18 496

Treasy, Margaret, Waterford, Kilkenny/Waterford.  9 951

 

February 1864 to 1871 London Gazette

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

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

Daniel Treacy, Cork Hill, Dublin (Gentleman)

 

Nova Scotia immigrants to 1867

Tracy, Mary. Of Co. Kilkenny, Ireland; widow of…

 

February 1867 to 1868 London Gazette

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

William Tracey and Mary Tracey, Graguevine, Moincoin, county Kilkenny (Gentleman)

 

5 and 28 July 1869 (FJ) Cricket

Castlecomer v. County Kilkenny...R.K. Treacy, Esq, [Castlecomer]...

21 July 1869 (FJ) Cricket

Casltecomer...R. Tracy...

11 July 1870 (FJ) Cricket

Castlecomer...R.K. Tracy, Esq...

23 August 1870 (FJ) Cricket

Castlecomer v. Kilkenny Garrison...R. Treacy, Esq...C. Treacy...[Castlecomer]...

31 July 1872 (FJ) Cricket

Castlecomer...R.K. Treacy...

21 June 1873 (FJ) Cricket

Castlecomer...RK Tracy...

July 31, 1873 (FJ) Cricket

Castlecomer...R.K. Treacy...

27 July 1875 (FJ) Cricket

Castlecomer...R. Treacy...

27 July 1875 (FJ) Castlecomer Cricket Club

...R. Treacy...

 

14 October 1869 (FJ) The Land Question - Kilkenny

...William Treacy, Kilcurl...Richard Treacy, Parish of Urlingford...Thomas Treacy, Clashwilliam, Gowran...

 

2 April 1870 Irish Times

Landed Estates

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

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

9/11 June 1870 Irish Times

Landed Estates

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

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

10/11 June 1870 Irish Times

Landed Estates

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

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

13 June 1870 Irish Times

Landed Estates

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

(lands North Ward Castleknock Dublin)

 

5 October 1870 (FJ) French Ambulances

...parish of Thomastown...Denis Tracy...

 

16 March 1871 (FJ) Aid for French

Parish of Tullavour, Co. Kilkenny...Miss Tracy...3s.

 

9 December 1871 (FJ) Association for the Propagation of the Faith

Dioces of Ossary...Subscriptions per Mr. Thomas Hoyne, Thomastown, viz.:-...Collected by Miss Alice Tracy 5s6d...

 

1871 British Census

Stephen James Tracey, b. abt 1847 Kilkenny Ireland, Hampshire England

 

1871 The Boston Pilot - Missing Friends

Of Catherine Treacey, a native of Upper Conahy, parish of Conahy, county Kilkenny; she left home in November, 1851, with her brothers, Thomas and James, and landed in New York Jan 22, 1852; she was last heard of six years ago. Information concerning her will be received by her sister, Bridget Treacey, No. 600 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois.

 

November 1873 Simon? Tracy V. Michael Ryan

...action to recover £31/2/2 from a farmer in Kilkenny...bill for a years rent, signed by defendent, now in the hands of plaintiff, which was cashed by Wm C. Delany, agent to Captain Palliser...jury found for the plaintiff.

 

1876 Landowners (over 1 acre)
William Treacy, Kilkure, Knocktopher Kilkenny. 398a/0r/5p. £178.5.0

 
25 June 1877 (FJ) Polo in the County Carlow
...HRH arrived from the Curragh...against Messrs R. Treacy [of Castlecomer Kilkenny?]...
6 July 1877 (IT) Polo
Castlecomer Club v. The 7th Royal Fusiliers...Castlecomer...Mr. R.K. Treacy.
July 1877 Castlecomer Polo Club
7th Royal Fusillers journey to Castlecomer...Mr. R. Tracey...In the two next games the ball was put between the flags by Messrs Tracey and Edge respectively, the home team winning the match by two goals to their opponent’s one.
July 1877 Polo
Castlecomer against All Ireland, won 3 to 1 - Castlecomer: Mr. Wandesforde, Mr. Edge, Dr. O'Hanlon, Mr. Tracy and Mr. J. Dobbs (also played Phoenix Park)
 
24 August 1877 (FJ) Movements in the Civil Service
Inland Revenue. Mr. C. Treacy, 1st class assistant, Kilkenny, to clerk, Sunderland.
 
30 October 1877 (FJ) The Kilkenny Hunt Club
...- Treacy, Esq...
 
5 January 1878 (N) Ordinations at St. Kiernan's College, Kilkenny
Promoted to the first clerical tonsure:-...Patrick Treacy...- Kilkenny Journal
 

1880 Richard Kildare Treacy, Belmount. [Will]

Edward Law, Kilkenny History – Miscellaneous Houses

 
March 1880 Kilkenny
An election of barony collector for the barony of Fassaderreen, in lieu of the late Mr. Tracy, took place, and Mr. George Thorp was chosen out of the nine candidates.
 
July 1880 Co. Kilkenny Assizes
...an eldery man named James Tracey...Brownsford...
 
1880 County of Kilkenny - Crimes
17 Jan 1881? Assault endangering life, Not agrarian, Richard Murphy assulted, Wm. Neal & James Tracy convicted, Tried at Kilkenny Summer Assizes 1880; Neal was senttenced to six months, and Tracy to one month, with hard labour.
 
1880-1917. Kilkenny Estate Papers
manuscript and typescript, various sizes, mainly folio
Legal documents, wills, deeds, correspondence, records, contracts etc. relating to numerous families in Kilkenny city & county including Richard Walsh Inistioge, George A. Horneck, Mary Reade & Margaret Long Kilkenny City; James Corcoran, Eliza Stapleton Ballyraggett; Richard R. Phillips & Kate Treacy of Coolcullen, near Castlecomer, John & Patrick Gorman, John Staunton, James Rowe & others. (80 approx.) Wythes Auction - 16th April 2011
 

1881 British Census

1. Eliuzabeth Tracey?

Birth Year, <1811> 

Birthplace, Kilkenny, Ireland 

Age, 70 

Occupation, Servant Domestic 

Marital Status, W <Widowed> 

Head of Household, Edward Boylan

Relation, Ser 

Dwelling, 105 Bond St

Census Place, Liverpool, Lancashire, England 

2. Robert Tracy, Head, Married, M, 24, Police Officer, Kilkenny; 31 Acorn St, Willenhall, Staffordshire (see also 1901)

Annie Tracy, Wife, Married, F, 26, Sedgley, Staffordshire

Maria Tracy, Daughter, Single, F, 1, Sedgley, Staffordshire

3. William Tracey

Birth Year, <1816> 

Birthplace, Kilkenny, Ireland 

Age, 65 

Occupation, Masons Labourer 

Marital Status, W <Widowed> 

Head of Household, Valentine Wilkinson

Relation, Inmate 

Institution, "Union Workhouse" Staincliffe Dewsbury

Census Place, Dewsbury, York, England 
 
February 1882 Evictions in Kilkenny
Property owned by Mr. John Goslin and others at Conshy...tenants evicted...James Treacy, William Treacy...
 

June 2, 1883 (FJ) Parnell Tribute

Kilkenny West and Benowen...10s...Michael Treacey...John Treacey...

 

1883 John Hennessy, tenant, Mrs. M. Treacy, landlord, Coon east, Kilkenny, 12a3r33p, £2.15.0 valuation, £8.10.0 rent, £5 judicial rent
 
1884 [C.4059] Arrears of Rent (Ireland) Act, 1882 - Landlords
Maria Treacy, Kilkenny, 2 holdings, £15.14.6 rent, £15.14.6 arrears 1880, £7.17.3 paid by Commission
 

1884 [C.4070] Irish Land Commission.

John Hogan, tenant, D. Tracey and another, landlord, Ballymagill, Kilkenny, 62a3r2p, £28.10.0 valuation, £40.10.2 rent, £29 judicial rent

 

Bassett’s Kilkenny Directory 1884

Denis Tracey, Land, Raheen, Kells, Kilkenny.

John Treacy, Land, Donaguile, Castlecomer, Kilkenny.

John Treacy, Land, Kiljames Lower, Thomastown, Kilkenny.

Martin Treacy, Land, Ballyvalden, Whitehall, Kilkenny.

Michael Tracy, Tailor, Horse Barrack Lane, Kilkenny.

Richard Treacy, Land, Cloneen, Castlecomer, Kilkenny.

Thomas (Junior) Treacy, Land, Ballymagill, Rosbercon, Kilkenny.

Thomas Treacy, Land, Clashwilliam Upper, Gowran, Kilkenny.

Thomas Treacy, Land, Ballyvalden, Whitehall, Kilkenny.

William Tracy, Coal Store and Merchant, Dean Street, Kilkenny.

William Treacey, Land, Donaguile, Castlecomer, Kilkenny.

William Treacy, Land, Kilcurl (Anglesey), Knocktoper, Kilkenny.

 

Egan’s Kilkenny Directory 1884

Denis Tracey, Parliamentary Elector, Raheen, Callan, Kilkenny.

John Treacy, Parliamentary Elector, Donaguile, Castlecomer, Kilkenny.

John Treacy, National Teacher, Gurtnabroe, Kilkenny.

John Treacy, Parliamentary Elector, Kiljames Lower, Thomastown, Kilkenny.

Martin Treacy, Parliamentary Elector, Ballyvalden, Whitehall, Kilkenny.

Richard Treacy, Parliamentary Elector, Cloneen, Castlecomer, Kilkenny.

Thomas Treacy, Parliamentary Elector, Ballyvalden, Whitehall, Kilkenny.

Thomas (Junior) Treacy, Parliamentary Elector, Ballymagill, Mullinvat, Kilkenny.

Thomas Treacy, Parliamentary Elector, Clashwilliam Upper, Gowran, Kilkenny.

William Treacy, Parliamentary Elector, Donaguile, Castlecomer, Kilkenny.

William Treacy, Parliamentary Elector, Kilcurl (Anglesey), Ballyhale, Kilkenny.

 

1884 Cricket

Chapter 6, Years of Growth 1880 - 1893, pages 47 & 48:

In July of 1884 Knockmoylan easily defeated Hugginstown at Knockmoylan...Later in the season Knocktopher were well beaten by Kilcurl. This match took place on a cricket ground provided by Mr Langrishe at Knocktopher Abbey. On the Kilcurl team we find J. Carbery, J & D Treacy, P. Long, P.Power, M. Kenny and M. Scurry.

Chapter 28, pages 250 - 259

It was 1884 before there were any further reports on Ballyhale. In that year Ballyhale played a draw against Knocktopher at Knocktopher  & they were defeated by Kilmoganny at Kilmoganny. In 1885 Ballyhale defeated Knocktopher by 49 runs to 13. According to the report on this match "W. Power was an excellent batsman, D. Treacy an excellent

bowler and M. Barron promises to be the most distinguished cricketer of the Ballyhale club".

Page 254, Kilcurl Cricket Team

In 1884 Kilcurl defeated Knocktopher at Knocktopher by 145 runs to 97. The Kilcurl team were J. Carbery, J. Treacy, J. Treacy junior, J. Quinn, D. Treacy, P. Long, P. Power, W. Gorman, M. Scurry, M. Kenny and J. Ryan. The scorers were J. Treacy 31 runs, D. Treacy 25, J. Treacy junior 22 and J. Quinn 20. Some of these players also played with Ballyhale.

O'Dwyer, Michael (2006) History of Cricket in Co. Kilkenny - The Forgotten game. O'Dwyer Books, College Gardens, Kilkenny.

 

22 November 1886 Freeman's Journal

[2nd prize?]... Martin Treacy, Ballyragget, Kilkenny. No of Ticket, 776.

 

1886 Collections relating to the dioceses of Kildare and Leighlin

Michael Carroll, guardian, Martin Treacy, contractor." The inscription on the other side is as follows : — "Graigue Abbey of Grey Friars, established in ...” [Graigue Abbey or Graignamanagh?]

 

28 January 1887 New Zealand Tablet

Kilkenny.— On Oct. 27 [1886]...The following deputation attended from the Thomastown National League : — Michael Hogan, P.L.G.; Thomas Whelan, T. Butler, E. Reilly, Richard Treacy, James Treacy, M. Gillenan, and Matthew Roach.

 

“Irish Marriages” extracted from the “Irish American” [see Declan Treacy of Waterford and Youghal Cork]

Week ending April 23, 1887

Tracey-Fitzgerald

March 21, by special license, at Cork.

M.G. Tracey, Bawnalog, Piltown, County Kilkenny [Waterford], son of the late Declan Tracey, Esq., to Teresa Mary, daughter of the late Maurice Fitzgerald Esq., Rockview, Cloyne, County Cork.

(Michael Tracy/Treacy, Cork, 2nd Quarter 1887 Vol. 5, page 94 Marriages Register)

 

14 April 1888 (N) Irish National League

Galmoy Branch...Rev P. Treacy CC in the chair...

13 December 1890 (N)

Galmoy Branch...Rev P. Treacy CC in the chair...

17 January 1891 (N) Irish National League

Galmoy Co. Kilkenny...Rev. P. Tracy, CC, in the chair...

18 April 1891 (N) Irish National Federation and Independent Leagues

Galmoy Branch...Rev P. Treacy CC, presiding...

February 27, 1892 News from Ireland

Kilkenny has sent money...Galmoy parish...per Rev. Patrick Treacy £40.

1893 Subscribers

Rev. P. Treacy, CC, Galmoy

Healy, William (1893) History & antiquities of Kilkenny county & city. Kilkenny.

1896 National Convention representative of the Irish race throughout the world at Dublin

Delegates...United States of America...Edward Treacy, Boston...Kildare...Athy Board of Guardians, Michael Treacy...Rev. P. Tracey, C.C., Galmoy [Kilkenny]

June 7, 1900 (FJ) The United Irish League

Galmoy, Kilkenny...Rev P. Treacy, Adm, President (loud cheers).

 

20 December 1890 (N) Kilkenny Election

...Rev Patrick Treacy, Moneynamuck.

 

Irish Draught Horse Book

Sir Henry was a grey stallion of 16.1 hands that had been foaled in 1890 and that was dead before 1919. He had been owned by Dennis Treacy of Coolraney, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, and his pedigree is particularly perplexing. His sire was Young Sir Henry (unregistered) by a horse named Sir Henry (that was also unregistered). Judged by his name alone it might appear that Treacy's entire was some sort of reincarnation! In any case, Sir Henry highlights the naughty practice, that was all too prevalent in the past among owners of successful stud-horses, of naming young horses after their (financially) successful forebears. Normally this appears to have been done where the younger horse was similar in appearance to his predecessor. In some cases, however, there was no family relationship whatsoever between the two beast of the same name!

Lewis, CA (1980) Irish Draught Horse Yearbook, pp. 16 - 22.

 

1892-1924 Ellis Island Arrivals

The records have been corrected for typographical errors according to best estimates for placenames. In addition, an attempt has been made to correctly identify place names for Ireland. As such, the originals should be checked for accuracy.

 

Thomas Treacey, Kilkenny (Ireland?), 1894, 65 years, farmer, USA native, to Brooklyn

 

Bridget Tracy, 1893, 17 years, Windgap [Kilkenny] Ireland, to Honfowl? City

Elizabeth Tracey, Inistioge Kilkenny? Ireland, 1913, 30 years

Henry Tracey, K...ock...o...h.. (Knocktopher Kilkenny Ireland?) 1900, 24 years

James Treacy, Bennettsbridge Kilkenny? Ireland, 1913, 26 years

Margaaret Treacy, Killalse (Killaloe Kilkenny Ireland?) 1896, 20 years

Margt Treacy, Callan (Kilkenny Ireland?), 1897, 18 years

Mary Tracey, Killaloe Kilkenny? Ireland, 1908, 22 years

Michael Treacy, Tullougher (Tullogher Dysertmore Kilkenny?) Ireland, 1907, 20 years

Norah Tracey, Inistiogue (Kilkenny Ireland?), 1898, 24 years, single, to Bro Joamgro? 9 Railtoad? Ave Sr Waterbury Conn

Patrick Treacy, Kilkenny Ireland, 1912, 25 years

Thomas Treacey, Kilkenny (Ireland?), 1894, 65 years

Thomas Treacy, Kilkenny Ireland?, 1895, 70 years

William Treacy, Paulstown (Kilkenny Ireland?), 1898, 27 years

William Tracey, Rev, Newton USA, 1908, 50 years, Priest, 5’9”, dark complexion, grey hair, grey eyes. Brother: Dungannon Co. Kilkenny. Home: [since 1906] Newton, Jasper Co. Iowa. b. Kilkenny Ireland

 

Glasnevin Cemetery Dublin

John Treacy, of Kilkenny, died 1893 38 years

 

February 27, 1894 (FJ) Evicted Tenants Fund

Galmoy, Co. Kilkenny. £1 Rev. P. Treacey CC...

 

September 1898

72 Ignatius Treacy, St. Kieran's College, Kilkenny

 
 

 

 1901 Census of Ireland

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

 

 

1901 Census of England

Eliza Tracey, 49, Ireland Kilhenny [Kilkenny?], Shirt Maker, Salford, Lancaster

Peter Tracey, 41, Ireland C Kilkenny, Builders Labourer, North Manchester, Manchester

Robert Treacy, 44, Kilkenny Ireland, Police Constable, Norton, Staffordshire

1901 Census England - Staffordshire

Robert Treacy, b. abt 1857 Kilkenny Ireland, Staffordshire (see also 1881)

Annie J Treacy, b. abt 1855 Staffordshire England, Staffordshire

Maria A Treacy, b. abt 1880 Staffordshire England, Staffordshire

Alfred J Treacy, b. abt 1882 Staffordshire England, Staffordshire

Frederick Treacy, b. abt 1885 Staffordshire England, Staffordshire

Albert R Treacy, b. abt 1886 Staffordshire England, Staffordshire

Blanche G Treacy, b. abt 1888 Staffordshire England, Staffordshire

Willie Treacy, b. abt 1891 Staffordshire England, Staffordshire

Patience N Treacy, b. abt 1892 Staffordshire, England, Staffordshire

Prudence R Treacy, b. abt 1892 Staffordshire England, Staffordshire

Elsie M Treacy, b. abt 1896 Staffordshire England, Staffordshire

 

1901- Rev Patrick Treacy, Administrator, St. John’s, Kilkenny

Pierce Ryan of Cellerstown Kilkenny m. Elenor Coogan of John Street Kilkenny on 21 September 1904. Patrick Treacy Adm St. John's Killong [Kilkenny] [Priest] Pro Cathedral Dublin.

Dec 26, 1904 (IT) Commissioners of National Education

...the attendence Committee in Kilkenny, consisting of four Roman Catholic clergy, Cannon Doyle and fathers Doyle, Keoghan and Tracy - who resigned their positions...

1905 Subscribers: Rev. Patrick Treacy, Adm, St. Johns Kilkenny

Carrigan, William Rev  (1905) The history and Antiquities of the Diocese of Ossory.

Nov 10, 1906 (MC)

...In the choir were:- Rev P Treacy, Adm., St. John's Kilkenny...

Oct. 13th 1907 St Mary's Cathedral: Celebration of Golden Jubilee
In the choir were the following clergymen…Rev. Patrick Treacy, Adm., St John's…

Photographs: National Library of Ireland

Rev. Canon Patrick Tracey, hat on. Location Castlecomer 

http://digital.nli.ie/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/glassplates&CISOPTR=5578&CISOBOX=1&REC=4

Rev. Canon Patrick Tracey, hat off. Location Castlecomer 

http://digital.nli.ie/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/glassplates&CISOPTR=5579&CISOBOX=1&REC=5

December 1909 IT
Kilkenny North constituency...The Rev. P. Treacy, Adm., St. John's Kilkenny proposed Mr. Patrick McDermott, ex-M.P., and was seconded by Mr. Thomas Harrington, D.C. Urlingford.
May 1910 IT
At St. John’s Roman Catholic Church a brief Memorial Service was also held conducted by the Rev. P. Treacy, Army Chaplain...4th Battalion Royal Irish Regiment... 

September 3, 1910 Kentucky Irish American

Ireland - Tomark their esteem for one who had always shown a practical interest in their welfare, the Parochial Committee of St. John's, Kilkenny, passed a resolution tendering the Rev. Patrick Treacy, their sincere congratulations on his promotion from Kilkenny to the pastorship of Conahy.

Jan 24, 1914 (FJ)

Principal Female Teacher wanted for Conahy National School; Number on Roll 45; one qualified in Music, and for the teaching of Irish preferred. Apply, without delay, to Rev. Patrick Treacy, PP, Conahy, Kilkenny.

Jun 22, 1920 (FJ) Castlecomer Hospital

...Guardians co-opted...Rev. P. Treacy PP...

Jan 2, 1922 (FJ) Diocese of Ossory

Per Very rev Patrick Treacy PP Conahy...

Apr 1, 1924 (FJ) Diocese of Ossary

The Very Rev P. Treacy PP St. Colemans Conahy...

 

September 17, 1904 (MC) Handball

...for £50 aside against Tracey and Purcell of Kilkenny...

 

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 - Kilkenny

Nov 2 1905, Patrick Tracey, Connahy, 18a1r8p, £9.0.0 valuation, £6.4.0 rent, not judicial, £134 purchase price and advance

 

August 1905 IT

RIC Transfers...John Treacy, Waterford to Kilkenny...

 

1905 Kelly's Directory

Mrs. Tracey, The Square, Castlecomer R.S.O. co Kilkenny

Rev. Patrick Treacy, St. John's presbytery, Kilkenny

 

May 24 1906, Patrick Treacy, Butlerswood, Kilkenny, 2a1r35p, £1 valuation, £1.6.0 rent, not judicial, £5 purchase price and advance

May 24 1906, Patrick Treacy, Butlerswood, Kilkenny, 0a0r27p, £1.10.0 valuation, included in No.41 Thomas Kenny, not judicial, £26 purchase price and advance

 

August 1908 IT
Acting sergeant to Sergeant...John Treacy, Kilkenny...
April 29, 1911 (ME)
...Sergeant John Tracey...who is in charge of the Mooncoin (Kilkenny) police station...
November 1913 IT
The many friends of Sergeant John Treacy, Mooncoin, County Kilkenny, will learn with regret of his approaching departure from the famous hurling parish. Though a comparatively young man, he has seen 25 years service and is retiring on pension to take up the position of collector of income tax at Clonmel. During his six year stay at Mooncoin he was extreamly popular with all classes and to mark their appreciation of his service with a testimonial. It is stated that Mr. and Mrs. Treacy have been the recipients of many valuable presents.
December 1913 IT
An interesting event took place at Rathkieran, when ex-sergeant Treacy, Clonmel was the recipient of a very hansome presentation consisting of a purse of thirty sovereigns, subscribed by the residents in the Mooncoin and Carrigeen districts...
 
Castlecomer (Countv Kilkenny) Pension Cases. HC Deb 26 August 1909 vol 9 cc2279-81
§ Mr. P. WHITE (for Mr. Meagher) asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland if he is aware that the Castlecomer old age pension sub-committee passed a claim for pension to William Tracey and Mary Comerford, and that the said claims respectively were appealed against by the pension officer, who relied on the Census Returns, and that the sub-committee, having local and other proofs of the ages of the applicants, and statutory declarations made by the applicants, that each of the two was over 70 years of age, passed the pensions, and that the Local Government Board decided against their claims; if he will state the reasons which influenced the Local Government Board to set aside the decisions of the committee and the statutory declarations of the applicants in favour of a record from the Census, having regard to the fact that a statutory declaration is accepted as evidence, whereas a certificate from the Census will not be so accepted in a court of law; whether he is aware that, in the case of William Tracey, the Local Government Board was requested to send down an inspector to verify the declaration made by Tracey; whether the Local Government Board did so; and, if not, will he say why they did not so send down before setting aside a statutory declaration? 
§ Mr. BIRRELL The Local Government Board upheld the appeals in these cases as there was not sufficient evidence that the claimants had reached the statutory age. In Mary Comerford's case letters were forwarded from two persons stating that they believed her to be seventy years of age. Tracey made a statutory declaration that he was thirty-two years old at the time of his marriage in 1868, and submitted a letter from a clergyman to the effect that he believed his statement. The Board could not accept this evidence, having regard to the fact that the claimants appeared from the Census Returns of 1851 to have been then nine and eight years of age respectively. Tracey asked the Board to send down an inspector to see him, but, having regard to the documentary evidence, it was not considered necessary to do so.
 
Jun 24, 1910 (FJ) Kilkenny Agricultural Society
Carters and Labourers Animals...Class A...3rd Patrick Treacy, Ruppa, Thomastown...
 
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 - Kilkenny
31st July 1910, John C. Treacy, Coan East, 132a3r3p, £69.0.0 valuation, £39.11.0 rent, judicial, £818 purchase price and advance, 21.4 years
 
Old Age Pensions (Ireland).HC Deb 16 February 1911 vol 21 cc1216-21
Mr. MEAGHER asked the Chief Secretary whether he was aware that the Castlecomer pension sub-committee, at their meeting held on the 16th December last, provisionally granted pensions of 5s. to, among other claimants, several inmates of the Castlecomer Union workhouse, that these pensioners have had their pensions appealed against since the decision of the committee was given, and that two of these inmates, namely, Margaret Curran and Anne Tracey, have been deprived within the present month of their pension books by the pension officer; and whether he will state on what authority the pension officer acted in thus depriving these pensioners of the benefits of the Old Age Pension Act, having regard to the fact that there was no appeal made against the decision of the local committee? 
 

Constable Treacy (Clonaslee, Queen's County).HC Deb 07 July 1910 vol 18 c1768 1768

§ Mr. DELANY asked the Chief Secretary whether his attention has been called to the case of Constable [James] Treacy [b. Kilkenny], lately stationed at Clonaslee, Queen's County, against whom it was alleged that on a certain Sunday in October last, when acting as barrack orderly between nine and ten o'clock at night, he stopped two men outside the barracks, and, after procuring drink for them from an adjacent public-house, incited them to smash the bicycle belonging to the sergeant of a neighbouring station and throw it into the river; that on another occasion this constable supplied horns to two young men, prompting them at the same time to sound a local Protestant, lately married, with the object of annoying the sergeant; and that he advised certain persons to feign drunkenness before the sergeant, get arrested, and then go before a doctor and a magistrate and charge the sergeant with unlawful arrest; whether he is aware that evidence of a most reliable character is forthcoming in support of those charges; and will he grant a public sworn inquiry in order that the allegations against this constable may be thoroughly investigated?

§ Mr. REDMOND BARRY My attention has already been drawn to the matters referred to in the question, which were investigated by two experienced police officers some months ago. The Inspector-General then came to the conclusion that the case of Constable Treacy would be sufficiently met by his transfer to another county, as already ordered on other grounds. I see no reason for any further inquiry.

Royal Irish Constabulary (Constable Treacy).HC Deb 13 July 1910 vol 19 cc573-4W 573W

§ Mr. DELANY asked the Chief Secretary whether he can say upon what date Constable Treacy left Clonaslee, and where he is at present stationed; and whether he is engaged in ordinary police duties?

§ Mr. BIRRELL Constable Treacy left Clonaslee on 14th May and is at present stationed at Coolgreaney [Coolgreany Co. Wexford]. He performs ordinary police duties.

Royal Irish Constabulary (Constable Treacy).HC Deb 14 July 1910 vol 19 cc591-2 591

§ Mr. REDDY (for Mr. Delany) asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether he will order a magisterial investigation into the charges preferred against Constable Treacy, lately stationed at Clonaslee, Queen's County, seeing that the evidence of eight independent witnesses is forthcoming charging this constable with incitement to crime and outrage on three distinct occasions?

§ Mr. BIRRELL As the hon. Member has already been informed, this matter has been investigated by two experienced police officers. The constable has been transferred to another county, and I see no reason for any further inquiry.

§ Mr. REDDY (for Mr. Delany) asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether, at the inquiry held on 19th April at Clonaslee, Queen's County, by District-Inspectors O'Connor, Kanturk, and Wallace, Cappawhite, into the charges of incitement to crime and outrage preferred against Constable Treacy, the evidence was taken on oath; and whether he will lay a copy of the report of those two police officers and the minutes of evidence upon the Table of the House?

§ Mr. BIRRELL Evidence was not taken on oath at the inquiry referred to. I do not propose to lay upon the Table of the House a copy of the report of the officers who conducted the inquiry.

 
 

 

1911 Census of Ireland

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

 

 

March RIC Magazine

Treacey. - 1st February, 1912, at R.I.C. Barracks, Mooncoin, County  Kilkenny, the wife of Sergeant J. Treacey, of a daughter.

 

Dec 17, 1913 (FJ) Battle of Carrickshock

...It was decided to takes steps to erect a monument to James Treacy, the leader on the popular side, and to the others who were killed with him in the battle.

Feb 16, 1914 (FJ) Carrickshock Memorial

At a meeting of the Committee appointed to act in connection with the Carrickshock Memorial project, held last Sunday at Ballyhale, Mr. John Dwyer, Croan, presiding, it was unanimously decided that Rev. Canon Murphy, PP, Kilmanagh, be asked to accept the honourary presidency of the Committee, and Rev. Patrick Treacy, PP, Conahy, vice-presidency. It was further decided to circularise the various Nationalist bodies and public boards in Co. Kilkenny requesting their co-operation.

 

1913

With the various championships gone all that was left was the occasional tournament or friendly. Dunnamaggin played two friendlies against their neighbours Croan in January 1913. The first game had to be abandoned because the ball burst. This was due, the special correspondent of the People reported, to the "ferocity" with which the game was played. They met again two weeks later in nearby Ballintee. The Croan footballers were accompanied to Paddy Neill's field by their own James Treacy fife and drum band. Kells played Kilmoganny and Lukeswell in tournaments held in Croan later in the year.

http://www.dkk.ie/assets/files/25.Success%20at%20Last.pdf

 

1914-1920 British Army WWI Service & Pension Records

James Tracey, b. abt 1875, Freshford, Ireland

John Tracey [John Treacy], b. abt 1895, Conaby, Kilkenny

Thomas Tracey, b. abt 1879, St Patricks, Kilkenny,  

 

WW1 Merchant Seamen Medal Cards BT 351/1

Eli Tracey, b. 1881 Kilkenny

 

Irish Military Archives

1913-1916 Captain Thomas Treacy, IV Kilkenny, Commandant IRA Kilkenny

http://www.military.ie/dfhq/archives/arch.htm

1916 St Patrick's Day
The feast of the national Apostle was celebrated with fitting solemnity in Kilkenny on Friday. The city battalion of the Irish volunteers who were considerably augmented by several corps from all parts of the county held a church parade. They made an exceptionally fine turn out under the command of Captain Kelly and Captain Treacy. They marched from headquarters, headed by their pipe band to 12 noon mass in St John's Church.

1916 Rebellion handbook

Jas Treacy, 10 Tramway terrace, Sandymount - Tram

John Tracy, 7 Rathmines Terr - Grocer's assistant

T. Tracey, Dean Street, Kilkenny

211 Persons detained at Richmond Barracks

J. Tracey

Michael 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

August 1917

Kilkenny Corporation by 16 votes to 1 elected as sanitary sub-officer and waste-water inspector Mr. Thos Treacy, Captain of the local corps I.N.V. who was deported after the rising. The other candidate was Mr. J. Redmond.

1 September 1917 IT

Kilkenny Corporation has appointed as Sanitary sub-officer and waste waterinspector Mr. Treacey, who is captain of the local corps of the Irish Volunteers, and had been deported after the rebellion.

1918 Danger of Food Shortage - Important Movement Launched
Meeting held in the Town Hall, Kilkenny, in pursuance of a circular, where one of the signatories is a T. Treacy

Jan 17, 1920 (FJ) Kilkenny...elected...

St. Canice's Ward...Thomas Tracey (S.F.)

Jan 24, 1920 (IT) Municipal Election Results

Kilkenny...St. Canice's Ward...Councillors...Thomas Treacy, S.F...

1920 Kilkenny Municipal Election Results
Elected Thomas Treacy, Sinn Fein

Mar 10, 1920 (FJ) [Raid on Barracks]

Hugginstown is a very small village in the co Kilkenny, about five miles from Knocktopher...The private house of Mrs Thomas Treacy, TC, was also visited [by Police]...

May 8, 1920 (FJ) The released Men

...Irish Hunger Strikers released from Wormwood Scrubes prison yesterday...Mr. T. Tracy, Kilkenny

May 30, 1920 (FJ) More Men leave hospital

...taken their discharge from St. Mary's Infirmary, Highgate...T. Tracy, Kilkenny...

May 30, 1920 (FJ) The returned Victors

...Tom Treacy, do [Kilkenny]...

Dec 9, 1920 (FJ) Prisoners who are detained at Kilworth Camp

...Kilkenny...T. Treacy...

Oct 13, 1921 (FJ) Detention of Prisoners "Cruel and Unjust"

...referred to the long detention of their Colleague, Concillor Thos. Treacy, who had always looked after the interests of Kilkenny in a very capable manner.

Oct 27, 1921 (FJ) Drenched by Downpour

...conditions prevailing in Ballykinlar Interment Camp by the following communication from Mr Thomas Treacy, Acting Camp Commandant, to the Editor of the Freeman's Journal....

Dec 9, 1921 (FJ) Waiting at Ballykinlar

Special Trains...The British Proclamation announcing the personal freedom of the internees...The news was read to the prisoners in No.1 Cage after Mass and Benediction, Commandants Treacy and duffy and the Chaplain, Father McLister, were in attendence with the British officiers...

1921 Ballykinlar Internment Camp

I was very lucky in my hut, as my fellow-hutsmen were men with whom it was a pleasure to live. Some of them such as Paddy Sullivan, the "hut leader," Jim Lalor, Tom Tracey, Tom Nolan and Jack Fitzgerald had had a fairly extensive acquaintance with British prisons and had been through " hunger strikes " and such episodes, and most of the others had been very active figures in the national movement in one way or another...Some camp notables...Tom Tracey, of Kilkenny...

Walsh, Louis J.  (1921) On my keeping and in theirs : a record of experiences "on the run", in Derry Gaol, and in Ballykinlar Internment Camp. The Talbot Press, Dublin

1921 Commandant T. Treacy
Commandant T. Treacy, who with is fellow internees was accorded a splendid reception in Kilkenny on the occasion of their homecoming after a lengthy period of incarceration, has been connected with the Volunteer organisation since its inception in our midst. During the big swoop by Crown forces following the Rising of Easter Week, 1916, he was placed in custody and, with a number of other young men from the city and county, was brought to Kilkenny Jail. They were here detained for a few days, after which they were transferred to Richmond Barracks, Dublin. Three weeks subsequently Comdt. Treacy was conveyed to Wakefield and from thence to Frongoch Internment camp, from whence he was released after about 11 weeks detention. Here it might be mentioned that it was during the transfer of the prisoners from Kilkenny to Richmond Prison, one of their number, the late Mr John Kealy, John Street Upper, collapsed on the way to the station and died almost immediately.
(Note that on an earlier page there is an article from 1916 with a picture of the above John Kealy and T. Treacy)

Kilkenny People - a Review of the Century, 1892 – 1992

Mar 2, 1922 (FJ) Vote of Sympathy

Kilkenny Corporation tendered sympathy to Councillor Thos Treacy on the death of his sister in America, and adjouned the meeting as a mark of repect. Councillor Treacy was a Commandant of the internees at Ballykinlar.

Aug 17, 1922 (FJ)

Kilkenny Corporation...Councillor...Thomas Tracey...

Jan 11, 1924 (FJ)

...Mr. Thomas Treacy, secretary of the Kilkenny County Board of Health...

 

The flying column: West Kilkenny, 1916-21 By Jim Maher

Tom Treacy who was O/C of Kilkenny Brigrade I.R.A.

...Denis Treacy...Dunnamaggin were Republican Police in 1919. They did duty at the important Republican Court held in Callan...

IRA was supplied by Mr James Treacy, Raheen

 

1920 Irish Catholic directory

Benignus Tracey, Brother, Augustinian, John Street, Dublin

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

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

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

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

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

Patrick Tracey, Sunday's Well, Cork 

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

Peter Tracy, C.C., Strabane, Tyrone

 

Oct 13, 1922 (FJ) Kilkenny Hurling

Leinster Hurling Chamionships semi-finals...Junior v. Dublin...D. Treacy...(Callan)...

May 19, 1923 (FJ) Kilkenny (Junior v Louth)

...D. Tracy...(Callan)...

May 21, 1923 (FJ) Kilkenny v Louth (J.H.)

Kilkenny - A. Tracy (capt)...

Jul 14, 1923 (FJ) Munster Championships

Corcoran Memorial Tournament. Kilkenny v. Leix (Hurling Challenge). Kilkenny...D. Tracey...

 

1922 Army Census

 

John Tracy [Treacy]; 28; Vol, Infantry, home address: Lower Conaly, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, 19313 pay no: 23030, Joined: 11/7/22 Military Bks Kilkenny, single, RC, Next of kin: sister, Next of kin: Miss Maggie Treacy, Lower Conaly, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny; Prison Kilkenny (Kilkenny); download file

 

Richard Tracey; 19; Pte., Infantry, home address: Rappa, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny,  34055 Pay no: 11757, Joined: 1/6/22 Portobello Barracks South, single, RC, Next of kin: father, Next of kin: Rappa Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny [Line through all], Remarks: See No 34048; Mallow (Cork); download file

 

Richard Tracey; 19; Vol, Gds [Guards] Infantry, home address: Rappa, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny,  34048 Pay no: 11757, Joined: 1/6/22 Portobello Bks Dublin, single, RC, Next of kin: father, Next of kin: Mr. Patrick Casey, Rappa, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, Remarks: Query name [Treacy correct name]; Mallow (Cork); download file

 

Dec 15, 1924 (FJ) [Carrickshock]

...The ceremony was performed by Rev P Tracey, PP, Conahy, nephew of Jas Tracey, Kilcurran...

 

April 01, 1927 (ME) Matches at Fiddown

The Fiddown team...Tracey...(centre field)...

 

January 18, 1929 (ME) Waterford District Court

...Kilmacow Licensing Case...John J Barry, publican, Kilmacow...a man named Wm Tracey, The publican gave the same excuse stating that Tracey was employed on the premises...

 

1929 Picture of Ballyragget Infant School from early 1920's with a Maggie Tracey

Kilkenny People - a Review of the Century, 1892 – 1992

 

March 06, 1931 (ME) Nominations to Mares, 1931

Gowran Centre...Reserved...Martin treacy, Ballyvalden, Castlewarren...

 

November 11, 1932 (ME) Sunday's Great Final - County senior hurling final

...Carrickshock (holders)...D. Treacy...

 

1932 The Municipal Yearbook and Public Utilities Directory

Kilkenny – Secretary: Thomas Treacy, …

 

Treacy (Kilkenny) September 26, 1939 at 30 Dean Street Kilkenny, Mrs. Catherine Treacy (Senior), widow of the late John Treacy R.I.P. Requim office and High Mass in St. Canice's Catholic Church at 10.30 O'clock to-day (Thursday). Funeral immediately afterwards to St. Rioch's Cemetary.

 

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

James Joseph Treacy b. 7 Jul 1887 Kilkenny, Ireland Residence: Chicago, Illinois

John Joseph Tracey, b. b. 25 Nov 1881 Kilkenny County, Ireland Residence: Wilmette, Illinois

Michael Tracy b. 20 Aug 1886 Glenpipe, Ireland Residence: Bronx, New York

 

 

GAA

Aoife Treacy 2002 Finalist All Ireland Junior Camogie

Brendan Treacy 1996 finalist All Ireland Junior Hurling

Brian Treacy Young Irelands  – 1997 Finalist County Senior Hurling Championship

Dinny Treacy, 1930 All Ireland Junior Hurling, 1931 All Ireland Senior Hurling Team

John Treacy Dicksboro – 1993, 1994 Finalist County Senior Hurling Championship

Pádraig Treacy St. Kierans 2003 Finalist, 2004 Finalist All Ireland Senior Colleges Hurling

Patricia Treacy 1988 Finalist, 1989 Finalist All Ireland Minor Camogie

Paul Treacy 1973 finalist Intermediate Hurling All Ireland

 

 

1911 Census Extracts

 

Smithstown

John Treacey, Head, 27, Agricultural labourer (Son of William Treacy & Mary Day from gravestone)

Mary Kate Treacy, Wife, 25 (Mary Kate Sommers)

William Treacey, Son, 4

James Treacey, Son, 2

Patrick Treacey, Son, 1

 

Ruppa

Patrick Treacy, Head, 50, Farmer (Marriage certificate 19/2/1895. Father Denis Treacy)

Mary Treacy, Wife, 46 (Mary Anne Conway)

Michael Treacy, Son, 14 (No Michael recorded anywhere for 1890's)

Kate Treacy, Daughter, 11 (Could be Thomastown 2nd Quarter 1899 4 689 - Bridget or Catherine)

Richard Treacy, Son, 10

Patrick Treacy, Son, 7

Bridget Treacy, Daughter, 3

 

Mongmacody

Richard Treacy, Head, 55, Farmer (Brother to Patrick in Ruppa. Born 8.5.1849 in register. Father Denis Treacy)

Mary Treacy, Sister, 58 (Born 25.5.1846 in register. Father Denis Treacy)

Denis Treacy, Nephew, 15 (Born 7/2/1896, Thomastown 1st Quarter 1896 4 669 Son of Patrick & Mary in Ruppa, Certificate father Patrick, mother Mary Anne)

 

 

 

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Family Histories

General references for Kilkenny

 

Last update: 23 July 2014