Ann Treacy & Richard Furney 1810 (Marriage Licence Bond)
Anne Treacy & Henry Booth 1839 (Marriage Licence Bond)
Anne Treacy & Henry Haskins 1839 (Marriage Licence Bond)
Bartholomew Treacy & Marrianne Wilton 1838 (Marriage Licence Bond)
Catherine Treacy b. about 1817 & Hugh Macley (or Mailey) 1838 (Marriage Licence Bond) Ossory (LDS)
Francis Tracey & Amelia Walker 1837 (Marriage Licence Bond)
Harriet Treacy b. about 1823 & Morgan O’Neill 1844 (Marriage Licence Bond) Ossory (LDS) [see Castlecomer]
Harriett L Treacy b. about 1822 & Edmond Lane 1843 (Marriage Licence Bond) Ossory (LDS)
Isabella Treacy b. about 1807 & Henry Eager 1828 (Marriage Licence Bond) Ossory (LDS)
James Tracey & Emma Magee 1827 (Marriage Licence Bond)
James Treacy & Margaret Cavanagh 1773 (Marriage Licence Bond)
Jane Tracey b. about 1816 & Joseph Chamney 1837 (Marriage Licence Bond) Ossory (LDS)
John Tracey & Alice Haskins 1841 (Marriage Licence Bond)
John Tracy & Anne Shaw 1767 (Marriage Licence Bond)
Louisa Catherine Treacy & James Disney 1839 (Marriage Licence Bond) [see Calstlcomer]
Maria Treacy b. about 1806 & William Browne 1827 (Marriage Licence Bond) Ossory (LDS)
Patrick Tracy & Susanna Delahunte 1827 (Marriage Licence Bond)
Sarah Treacy & John Stephenson Henry 1838 (Marriage Licence Bond) (see Muckalee Parish)
Thomas Tracy & Johanna Shannon 1840 (Marriage Licence Bond) (see New Ross, Wexford)
William Tracey & Jane (or Fame) Shirly 1814 (Marriage Licence Bond)
William Tracy & Ellinor Sunderland 1767 (Marriage Licence Bond)
24 November 1791 Wm Ransford of Rathglass in the co. of Carlow, farmer and Mary Treacy of the parish of Comer, spinister, both protestants
15 October 1797 Wm Treacy of Leighlin Bridge in the co. of Carlow, coal merchant, and Ann Bradley of Coolbawn in the parish of Comer, spinster
18 August 1798 Jas Fluellan of Gurteen in the co. of Kilkenny farmer and Martha Tracy of the Union of Mothill, spinster
3 May 1802 Edwd Win of Huntspark in the Queens Co. farmer and Jane Treacy of the parish of Mothell, spinster
Victoria Australia Marriages
1869, 02973, , Tracy, Mary, Tussup, Spiridion, Kilkenny,
1872, 01780, F, Treacy, Ellen, Fleming, Joseph, Kilkenny,
1872, 02938, M, Tracey, Stephen, Curry, Catherine, Kilkenny,
1884, 00704, F, Treacy, Johanna, Ogrady, Michael, Kilkenny,
1894, 06707, M, Tracey, John, Fielding, Mary, Kilkenny,
1843 Marriages: Notre Dame Cathedral, Bytown (Ottawa, Canada)
17 Jul Richard Shannon, son of the late Michael Shannon and Alice Tracy of county Kilkenny, to Catherine Downey, daughter of Michael Downey and Mary Cavanah of Bytown
John Ronan b. 1882 Co. Kilkenny (s. of Catherine Treacy & John Ronan) m. Bridget Arnold (d. of Robert & Bridget Dougherty) 4 February 1914 Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
Catherine Tracey b. 1815 Co. Kilkenny, Ireland d. 10 March 1821 Manhattan, New York, New York, United States. residence: Water St. Cemetary: St. Patricks.
Thomas b. 18 September 1876
1841- 1887 Interment Records St. John’s Cemetery, Albany, NY
NAMES OF PARENTS
COUNTY / CITY
NATION / STATE
April 8, 1855
Dennis Tracy Kilkenny to NYC
Notice from "Shamrock" that Michael Conry and Dennis Tracy arrived NYC Dec14, 1816 on the ship ‘Bristol’. Both men were shoemakers. In death notice in 1820 Mary Tracy names Micheal Conery as her brother in law. Have other info that joins these families together.
I am looking for my 3rd great grandfather from Kilkenny, Ireland,
all I know is he travelled to the US via Dublin in 1816 with 3 other Tracy's,
two being called children, but I don't believe he was married, possibly sisters
Dennis Tracy b. abt. 1798 from Kilkenny
Mary Tracy from Kilkenny (child in 1816)
Catharine Tracy from Kilkenny (child in 1816)
Thomas Tracy from Kilkenny
Any help would be appreciated,
Sandra sct1959 23 Feb 1999
Denis Tracy b. abt 1798 m. Abigall B. Drisko Aug 1823 and Hannah Peabody 16 January 1831 Columbia Maine (LDS)
1. Dennis TRACY b. ca1798
Ireland (possibly Kilkenny) d between 1835-1849 ME m Abigail Drisko
2. Amos L. TRACY b. 1828 ME, d 31 Jan 1888 ME m Abigail Crowley GRAY
3. John Franklin TRACY b 3 Nov 1863 ME d. 26 Jan 1917 ME m. Flora Rosetta Isabel BUTLER
4. Charles Gilbert TRACY b. 20 Apr 1890 ME, d. 29 Apr 1964 B.C. Canada m. Maggie Craig LEITH
5. Victor Samuel TRACY b. 20 Jul 1928 Man Canada, d 29 Jul 1974 BC Canada m Katerina Weselowski
6. Victor Leigh TRACY b.***
firstname.lastname@example.org March 09, 2005
1865 Jamaican slave revolt
On the 15th October [1865?] Governor Eyre reached [Port] Antonio...A large number of the principal inhabitants of the place had taken refuge on board the American barque 'Reunion', Captain Tracey, who had taken them out to sea for fear of having his vessel attacked...
The life of Edward John Eyre: late governor of Jamaica By Hamilton Hume 1867
27 November 1865
Despatches. Mostly concerned with the aftermath of the Morant Bay 'rebellion'. Suggested token of acknowledgment to Captain D. Tracey, for providing refuge for some inhabitants of Port Antonio on board American ship Reunion during rebellion. Edward John Eyre, Governor of Jamaica, Jamaica no. 308, Folios 531-535.
Letters received from 'offices' (government departments and other organisations) on matters relating to Jamaica. Correspondents and subjects are as follows: Foreign Office (thanks to...services of Captain Tracy of US Navy during the 'rebellion'...) CO 137 Colonial Office and predecessors: Jamaica, Original Correspondence
History of Eureka Lodge relates how Brother Captain Dennis F. Tracey received a
citation in 1865, from the Legislative Council of the island of Jamaica for
rescuing nearly 500 men, women, and children. As the story goes, Captain
Tracey's barque "REUNION" was loading in Port Antonio, Jamaica when
an insurrection broke out on the island. A large number of citizens sought his
protection. He received them aboard and put to sea at once. He returned to port
the next day but did not deem it safe yet, and returned to sea until a British
gunboat arrived and took charge of the refugees. Brother Tracey was raised in
Eureka Lodge in 1857.
Dennis F. Tracey, master of the barque "REUNION", died at Savanah, Georgia, November 5, 1866. His body was brought home and buried in Seaside Cemetery with Masonic Honors.
Is this the Dennis F. Trac(e)y, son of Dennis Tracy and Hannah (Nancy) Peabody? I would be his half 2nd great grandniece? He is in fact Buried at Seaside Cemetary, St. George, ME.
That's the one.
1829 McCabe List Bytown Upper Canada
Patt Brady, Tilrone, Rahaley near Kilkenny
Dennis Tracey, Tibrone, Tibrone, (Tracy)
Are you sure of the spelling of Tibrone? Is it handwritten--could the letters be read differently? I cannot find Tibrone in either County Kilkenny or in any of my listings of the parishes in all of Ireland. However, I did find a Tibohine in County Roscommon.
Debrorah Fox < email@example.com> 17 Nov 2000
Bytown on 5 February 1829 - The McCabe List: Early Irish in the Ottawa Valley
(127) Patrick TREACY Waterford Portlawn (Coobro?) -/-/- [indicates no family recorded] [Portlaw???]
Patrick Treacy has no family; but he has a brother Michael with a family residing at Port-lawn in the Parish of Portlawn, he is known to Captain Meddlecut
(137) Dennis TRACEY (X) Kilkenny Tibrone (Tibrone?) -/-/- [Tullarone???]
His father John, residing with a family in the same county and town from whence Dennis came; they are known to Captain St. George of Freshford
Mary Tracy b. 1847 Kilkenny (Edward Tracy & Mary Gorly) m. Gilman C Hall (s. of Gilman Hall & Betsy Stewart) 12 January 1869 Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
Ellen Tracey & James Gorman
Patrick, 06.12.1867, Laois
Daniel, 11.06.1869, Kilkenny
Thomas, 05.04.1871, Kilkenny
Francis Rice Treacy m. Margaret Rochford [State Reg: Marriage Kilkenny Jan - Mar 1919 Volume 3 Page 351] [b. Limerick moved to Argentina then USA]
John Francis Treacy b. 10 Apr 1921 Kilkenny d. 22 Dec 1973 in Rock Center L, New York, USA.
Grace Treacy (d. of Robert Treacy) m. James Campbell (s. of Andrew Campbell) 18 Feb 1847 Carlow [Kilkenny?]
Honor Treacy b. abt 1750 d. 26 August 1814 (LDS)
James Treacy & Honora Dunphy
Richard b. 14 April 1878 Carrigeen (LDS)
Margaret b. 22 February 1875 (LDS)
James Tracy & Margaret Ryan
Winafred b. 29 August 1875 (LDS)
Abbeydorney, Co. Kerry:
James Tracey (s. of Jeremiah Treacy) of Kilkenny m. Elizabeth Scollard (d. of Nicholas Scollard) of Rockfield 8 September 1896 Wit: ??? Scollard & Daniel Healy
John Tracey b. 22 January 1897 Rockfield Sp. Patrick Scollard & Mary Scollard
Maria Treacy (d. of John Treacy & Elizabeth Connor of Co. Wicklow) of Belgrave Square m. Edward O Brien (s. of Edward O Brien & Elizabeth Kavanagh of County Kilkenny) of 2 Bolton Court on 7 May 1882 Wit: Michael Brien of Limphbourtown & Bridget McGovern of Droheda http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/rathmines_mf_1882-1906_ma_0034.pdf
John Tracey & Catherine Clooney
Mary, 13.5.1878 (or 13.4.1878), Kiljames (?Thomastown 2nd Quarter 1878 4 891) (LDS)
John Treacy of Kilkenny m. Arden Spencer Dardain 1820
John Tracy & Mary Kennedy
James b. 28 January 1864 (LDS)
John Treacy & Margaret Lacey
Mary Anne b. 31 March 1877 (LDS)
I have record of a John Tracy born in Co, Kilkenny 1821 who joined the RIC in 1841, he did not marry. Good Luck Katy
KSIMMONDS 20 Jul 2000
John E Tracy
Birth: 11 Sep 1860 Kilkenny, Ireland
Father emigrated about 1861
Residence: Uxbridge & 19 Clifton St, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Neutralised 1 Nov 1873
Passport Issue Date: 28 Nov 1904 [Physical description]
John Richard Treacy was born in County Kilkenny, Ireland, c. 1905. Moved to St. Louis, Missouri, USA, c. 1927-29. Died in St. Louis, Missouri of Hodgkin's disease.
KennethMerkel 2 Jan 1999
John Tracy b. 1746 Co. Kilkenny d. 27 February 1823 Manhattan, New York, New York, United States. residence: Bridge St.
Murison and Treacy, April 29, 1911 at Castlecomer...Alexr A. Murison, second son of Alexr Morison, Dunmore Park, Kilkenny to Helen A., younger daughter of John Treacy, Coome [Coole?], Bagnalstown.
Margaret Tracey b. abt 1838 Kilkenny m. Thomas Adshead 1857 Manchester.
Kate b. 1860 Broughton, Salford, Lancs.
Martin Tracey b. abt 1816 m. Jane Carter abt 1832 (LDS)
Elizabeth b. 1836 m. William Tuddenham 30 Apr 1860 St Mary's, Geelong, Victoria, Australia (LDS)
8 Jan 1835 Thomas Dwyer, 40, Kilkenny, husband of Mary Tracy
Terrence M. Punch (2008) Erin's Sons: Irish Arrivals in Atlantic Canada, 1761-1853
Mary Tracey (b. 1849 in Kilkenny Ireland d. 1934) m. Spiridione TUSSUP (b: in Dalmatia) 1869
1. George Joseph TUSSUP b: 1878
2. Annie Irena TUSSUP b: 1870
3. Andrew Thomas TUSSUP b: 1872
4. Stephen John TUSSUP b: 1874
5. John TUSSUP b: 1876
6. Margaret Elidia TUSSUP b: 1880
7. Spiridione TUSSUP b: 1882
8. William Bazelia TUSSUP b: 1885
Mary Tracey & Patrick Walshe
Hi I'm looking for relatives of a Mary walshe ( Tracey) originally from Kilkenny Ireland. Sister of Thomas and William. I know Mary married a patrick walshe but am at a stalemate after that. She would be my grandfathers sister and am aware she will have passed, but was hoping to contact any living relatives. Many thanks
kaydunbar1965 23 Sep 2012
Mary Tracy b. abt 1805 (LDS)
Mary Tracy b. 8 Mar 1869 (LDS)
John b. 18 March 1871 (LDS)
Nova Scotia Immigrants
Mary Tracy of Co. Kilkenny, Ireland; widow of Thomas Dwyer; marr. Halifax 10 May 1835 Timothy Grady.
Apr 1914 United States, Border Crossings from Canada to United States
Maurice Tracy, 29 years [b.c. 1885] Kilkenny/Kilkenney Ireland
Departure Contact Name: Cousin Geo Toole
Arrival Contact Name: Sister Jean Tracy
[Note: Kerry best match for birth date]
Michael Treacy & Margaret Carroll
James, ?.7.1841, Curraghmore
Catherine, ?.6.1843, Curraghmore
George Tracy b. 1846 Co Kilkenney (s. of Michael Tracy & Margaret Lane) m. Mary Fox (d. of Thomas Fox & Anne Higgins) 29 March 1869 Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
Michael Treacy married Mary Molloy 4th May 1855 Wit: Philip MCGrath & Mary Price. Rathangan Parish Wexford
Michl Tracey & Mary Molloy of Clintstown? Kilkenny
Alicia Tracey b. 26/4/1855 Sp. Michl Cosgrove CC. Rathangan Parish Wexford
Judge Francis M. Tracy was born in West Covington, this state, on the 5th of May, ... is a son of Patrick and Julia (Aylward) Tracy, both of whom were born in Ireland. (Kilkenny???)
Francis M. Tracy
One of the representative legists and jurists of Kenton county is Judge Francis Michael Tracy, who is now judge of the criminal and equity divisions of the circuit court of Kenton county, with residence and official headquarters in Covington. Judge Tracy was born in West Covington, this state, on the 5th of May, 1872, and is a son of Patrick and Julia (Aylward) Tracy, both of whom were born in Ireland. The father was reared and educated in the fair Emerald Isle, whence he came to America in 1840, at the age of twenty years. He first located on Prince Edward Island, Canada, where he remained two years, at the expiration of which he located in the city of Albany, New York, which continued to be his home until 1850, when he took up his residence in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he was successfully engaged in the grocery business for a number of years. In the meantime he had established his home across the river in Covington, where he continued to reside until his death, which occurred on the 30th of December, 1908. His wife was reared and educated in her native land and came to America when a young woman, their marriage having been solemnized at Covington, Kentucky. Of their nine children six sons and one daughter are now living. Judge Tracy gained his early educational training in the parochial schools of Covington and supplemented this by a course in St. Xavier College, in the city of Cincinnati, in which he was graduated as a member of the class of 1892. He then entered Georgetown University, in the District of Columbia, in which institution he continued his studies in the law department for one year, at the expiration of which he was matriculated in the law department of the Cincinnati Law School, in which he was graduated as a member of the class of 1894, and from which he received his well earned degree of Bachelor of Laws. He at once established himself in the practice of his profession in Covington and brought to bear such effective natural and acquired powers that his success became pronounced and his reputation secure as an able and versatile at- torney and until he was called to the bench he continued actively engaged in the practice of his profession in Covington and as a jurist added materially to his professional reputation. In politics Judge Tracy has ever been aligned as a staunch advocate of the principles and policies of the Democratic party, and he has given effective service in behalf of its cause. In 1897 he was elected to represent Kenton county in the state legislature, in which he served the regular term of two years and in which he made an admirable record.
In 1901 he was elected county attorney and the popular verdict passed upon his administration was shown conclusively in his re-election as his own successor, in 1905. After the expiration of his second term he continued in the active practice of his profession until the autumn of 1909, when he was elected circuit judge for the criminal and equity divisions for the regular term of six years. In this office he is giving a most careful and discriminating service and his administration has fully justified the wisdom of his election to the office. The Judge is a communicant of the Catholic church, in whose faith he was reared and he is identified with the Kentucky bar associations and with Covington Lodge, No. 314, Benevolent & . Protective Order of Elks, of which he is past exalted ruler.
On the 27th of April, 1904, was solemnized the marriage of Judge Tracy to Miss Margaret C. Brown, who was born and reared in Covington and who is a daughter of William W. and Margaret (Cambron) Brown, both of whom were born in Kentucky. Mr. Brown is prominently identified with business interests in the city of Cincinnati, where he is vice president of the First National Bank. Judge and Mrs. Tracy have one daughter, Margaret Cambron Tracy.
A History of Kentucky and Kentuckians: The Leaders and Representative Men by E. Polk Johnson, Lewis Publishing Company. 1912
Covington lawyer, Kenton County Attorney and Circuit Court Judge. Francis M. Tracy was born on May 5, 1872 in Covington. His Irish immigrant parents were Patrick Tracy and Julia Aylward. Patrick Tracy earned his living as a grocer. Francis M. Tracy was educated in the parochial schools of Covington. He then attended St. Xavier College (now University) in Cincinnati where he graduated in 1892. He attended both Georgetown College in Washington D.C. and the Cincinnati Law School. He earned a bachelors degree in Law in 1894 and began practicing in Covington. Francis Tracy successfully campaigned for the office of Kenton County Attorney in 1901 as a Democrat and was re-elected in 1905. In 1909, he ran against Republican incumbent Judge W. McShaw for the office of Circuit Court Judge. The outcome of the race was one of the closest in Kenton County history. The final count recorded 7160 votes for Tracy and 7159 votes for McShaw. As a Circuit Court Jude, Tracy fought to close the various gambling parlors and poolrooms in Kenton County. He was also responsible for implementing election reform in his jurisdiction. Tracy was re-elected to the bench in 1915 and 1921. Tracy resigned as Circuit Court Judge in 1924 to begin a law practice with attorney Maurice Galvin. The firm of Galvin and Tracy was located in the First National Bank building in Cincinnati. Francis M. Tracy was active in many charitable and benevolent societies. He was the chairman of a major fundraising drive for St. Elizabeth Hospital and was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Elks, the St. Xavier Alumni Association and the Holy Name Society of the Covington Cathedral. Tracy was also one of the first members of the Fort Mitchell Country Club. Francis M. Tracy died on March 6, 1947 at his home in the Arthur Apartments on Greenup Street in Covington. His wife, Margaret Brown, died in 1942. He was survived by his only child, Miss Cambron Tracy and several brothers and sisters: Edward J. Tracy, Joseph P. Tracy, James W. Tracy and Sister Mary Tracy (a Sister of the Sacred Heart of Clayton, Missouri). Mass of Christian Burial was held at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Covington with burial at St. Mary Cemetery in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky. Kentucky Post, March 6, 1947, p. 1; Commonwealth of Kentucky Death Certificate, 1947.
Patrick Tracy [b. 1821 d. 1908 same graveyard?] [b. 1830 - 1880 Census] and Julia Aylward [b. May 18, 1845 d. Feb. 20, 1888 buried Saint Marys Cemetery Fort Mitchell Kenton County Kentucky, USA].
Patrick Tracy, 46, b. 1822 d. 1908 married Julia Aylward , 23, b. 1845 d. 1886, 03 Feb 1868 Kenton, Kentucky
1880 Census - Covington, Kenton, Kentucky, United States
Patrick Tracy Self M 50 Ireland, grocer
Julia Tracy Wife F 32 Ireland
John Tracy Son M 12 Kentucky, United States
Frank Tracy Son M 8 Kentucky, United States
Joseph Tracy Son M 3 Kentucky, United States
James Tracy Son M 0 Kentucky, United States
Mary Wansborough Other F 21 Kentucky, United States
1900 Census - Precinct C Covington city Ward 6, Kenton, Kentucky, United States
Patrick Tracy Head M 77 b. Dec 1823 Ireland, widowed, grocer, Immigration Year 1845, naturalised
Frank M Tracy Son M 28 Kentucky, laywer
Joseph P Tracy Son M 24 Kentucky, grocer clerk
James W Tracy Son M 19 Kentucky
Mary E Tracy Daughter F 18 Kentucky
Edward J Tracy Son M 16 Kentucky
Elizabeth Alyward Sister-in-law F 38 New York, house keeper
Mary Dean Servant F 41 Kentucky
Frank M. Tracy (s. of Patrick Tracy & Julia Aylward) d. 1947 Covington Kenton Kentucky, United States. Spouse's Name: Margaret Brown
Edward J Tracy, lawyer, of 104 Orchard Road Fort Mitchell Kenton Kentucky (s. of Patrick Tracy & Jula Aylward both born Ireland), b. 20 Oct 1883 Covington Kentucky, 64 years, d. 18 Nov 1947 Hamilton Cincinnati Ohio.Spouse's Name: Angela Harker
Joseph Patrick Tracy, b. 28 Jun 1876 Kentucky (s. of Tracy & Ayward) d. 22 May 1952 Santa Barbara, California, United States
Tracy, Francis M.
Covington lawyer, Kenton County Attorney and Circuit Court Judge. Francis M. Tracy was born on May 5, 1872 in Covington. His Irish immigrant parents were Patrick Tracy and Julia Aylward Tracy. Patrick Tracy earned his living as a grocer. Francis M. Tracy was educated in the parochial schools of Covington. He then attended St. Xavier College (now University) in Cincinnati where he graduated in 1892. He attended both Georgetown College in Washington D.C. and the Cincinnati Law School. He earned a bachelors degree in Law in 1894 and began practicing in Covington. Francis Tracy successfully campaigned for the office of Kenton County Attorney in 1901 as a Democrat and was re-elected in 1905. In 1909, he ran against Republican incumbent Judge W. McShaw for the office of Circuit Court Judge. The outcome of the race was one of the closest in Kenton County history. The final count recorded 7160 votes for Tracy and 7159 votes for McShaw. As a Circuit Court Jude, Tracy fought to close the various gambling parlors and poolrooms in Kenton County. He was also responsible for implementing election reform in his jurisdiction. Tracy was re-elected to the bench in 1915 and 1921. Tracy resigned as Circuit Court Judge in 1924 to begin a law practice with attorney Maurice Galvin. The firm of Galvin and Tracy was located in the First National Bank building in Cincinnati. Francis M. Tracy was active in many charitable and benevolent societies. He was the chairman of a major fundraising drive for St. Elizabeth Hospital and was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Elks, the St. Xavier Alumni Association and the Holy Name Society of the Covington Cathedral. Tracy was also one of the first members of the Fort Mitchell Country Club. Francis M. Tracy died on March 6, 1947 at his home in the Arthur Apartments on Greenup Street in Covington. His wife, Margaret Brown, died in 1942. He was survived by his only child, Miss Cambron Tracy and several brothers and sisters: Edward J. Tracy, Joseph P. Tracy, James W. Tracy and Sister Mary Tracy (a Sister of the Sacred Heart of Clayton, Missouri). Mass of Christian Burial was held at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Covington with burial at St. Mary Cemetery in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky. Kentucky Post, March 6, 1947, p. 1; Commonwealth of Kentucky Death Certificate, 1947.
Thomas Treacy b. 1859 Co. Kilkenny, Ireland s. of Patrick Treacy & Nora Gough of Co. Kilkenny, Ireland
d. 31 Mar 1925 Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Occupation: Blacksmith Helper
Residence: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Spouse: Catherine Treacy
Buried 03 Apr 1925 Mt. Olivet
Patricuium Treacy (Kilkenny) m. Margaritam Murphy, Our Lady of Reconciliation, Liverpool England. (3 Feb 1856 - 2 Oct 1895)
I am looking for Treacys from Kilkenny county. Richard Treacy is first mentioned in Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada in 1833 and had sons, Thomas (my line), Patrick and William. There may have been others, as well. Oil painting labelled Kilkenny Castle done by member of Thomas Treacy family in late 1800's or early 1900's suggest they may have migrated from Kilkenny to Canada c 1835.
BYoder 1 Mar 1999
I am tracing the line of Robert Treacy/Tracy of Kilkenny. In the 1881 census in England he is listed as a police officer. He married Annie, Norton Canes, Staffordshire and had the following daughter Maria Alice Treacy b. 1880 Mar quarter, Dudley m. 1903 Dec quarter, Cannock, William Henry Mason. Can you assist me in my search for Robert's parents, and family especially in Kilkenny?
Elizabeth mason [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Robert Treacey (b. abt 1857 in Kilkenny Ireland) m. Ann Jane O (b: abt 1854 in Sedgeley Staffordshire UK) 1879
Maria Alice TREACY (b: 5 Feb 1880 in Bradley Sedgeley Staffordshire UK) m. William Henry Mason (b. 1881 in Brownhills Staffordshire UK) 14 Nov 1903 in Norton Canes Staffordshire UK
Alfred J TREACY b: ABT 1882 in Bilstone Staffordshire UK
Annie Matilda TREACY b: ABT 1883 in Staffordshire UK
Frederick TREACY b: ABT 1885 in Willenhall Staffordshire UK
Albert Robert TREACY b: ABT 1886 in Willenhall Staffordshire UK
Blanche G TREACY b: ABT 1888 in Willenhall Staffordshire UK
Willie TREACY b: ABT 1889 in Norton Staffordshire UK
Patience Violet TREACY b: ABT 1891 in Norton Canes Staffordshire UK
Prudence Rose TREACEY b: ABT 1891 in Norton Canes Staffordshire UK
Mildred Maud TREACY b: ABT 1893 in Norton Canes Staffordshire UK
Elsie May TREACY b: ABT 1896 in Norton Canes Staffordshire UK
Bernard Lachlan TREACY b: ABT 1898 in Norton Canes Staffordshire UK
Sean Treacy (b. 18 Sep 1916 Kilkenny d. July 1982 in Dublin, Ireland of Massive Trumbosis (heart attack) m. Claire Dorothy CROOK (b: 12 AUG 1916 in Sandymount, Dublin, Ireland) 12 July 1944 in Sandymount, Dublin, Ireland (Star of the Sea RC Church)
1. Olive TREACY b: 28 MAR 1945 in Dublin, Ireland
Kenneth J Treacy - born 17/02/1947
Owen Treacy - born 09/10/1951
Maurice Treacy – born 04/07/1955
Stephen Treacy - born xx/10/1958
Anastatia Treacy (aged 30) m. Richard Mullally (aged 34) 12/9/1895 at Mullinarrigle (New Ross 1895 3rd quarter 4 339)
Thomas Tracey & Mary Byrne [see Waterford]
Thomas b. 22/5/1867 Duagh? (Waterford 1867 9 974)
Thomas Treacy & Mary Connors
Thomas Tracy & Mary Reily
Thomas b. 23 August 1865 (LDS)
Robert b. 26 June 1868 (LDS)
Denis b. 21/1/1871 (Callan 1871 4 797)
Thomas Brophy & Hanora Hanly of Upper Rossenany
William baptised, 7 December 1860 Witnesses; Thomas Treacy & Bridget Sheehan
Sergeant Jacobus? Tracy of Barracks (s. of Thomas & Joanna of Kilkenny?) married Maria Anna McKenna of Glassburgh Street (d. of Jacobi? & Catherine of Glassburgh Street) Wit: Thomas McKenna of of Glassburgh Street & Maria? Moor of Tiugau? Pst? 14 Apr 1863 Monaghan Parish (note: Acta Matriomi gufinatric?) [see Monaghan]
William Tracy & Honor Connell
Mary b. 5 July 1867 (LDS)
William Tracy m. Mary? Flynn 31.1.1845 Ballyneale
Catherine, 21.8.1845, Ballyneale
Thomas, 3.5.1859, Tinnakilly
William Tracy & Judy Long
James, 19.6.1818, Garrandarragh
William Tracy & Mary Long
Mary, 11.6.1847, Ballyneale
William Tracy & Mary McDonnell
James, ?.2.1825, Garrandarragh
William Treacy m. Catherine Walsh 16 February 1838 St. Mary (LDS)
William Tracy & Mary ?
Thomas b. 20/8/1867 (Callan 1867 14 622)
William Treacy b. abt 1813 St. Mary (LDS) no other details
? Tracey & Eliza Tracey
Eliza b. 31 March 1870 (LDS)
Denis Treacy & Mary Meany
I have a Mary Meany died 1820 County Kilkenny who married Denis Treacy. I have been told that she was related to the Meanys who still live in Cellarstown, but I don't know how, so do you have any information on them and their ancestors?
Many thanks, kelvinjohnson1 27 May 2005
See references 1 & 4 at bottom of page.
Denis Treacy & Mary Meany (d. of Gregory and Margaret Meany)
The 1821 Census returns in the Carrigan Manuscripts by Fearghus OFearghail, pages 107 – 157. From Carrigan manuscripts 22.128 Census taken between May 28 and July 30 1821
Kilcurl (Anglesy), Knocktopher parish, Barony of Knocktopher
- Treacy James, 33, farmer 15 acres and 4.5; Mary wife 28; Simon brother 28; Mary sister 19; Denis brother 14; Catherine sister 13; Anty sister 11; John brother 10. (22.128)
- Treacy Patt age 42, farmer with 15 acres and 4.5 acres; Margaret wife age 40; Thomas son 13; Denis son 11; William son 7; James son 5; John son 4. (22.128)
In a note on the census returns which were taken May 28 to July 23/30 1821. Manuscript/article 22.128, it states that 'Mary Tracy als Meany, Kilcurrel, leaves her interest in Ballymagill and Kilcurrel and everything else equally to her 2 sons Thomas and Patrick, except some slight bequests to her daughters Mrs. Dullard and Mrs. Murphy 1830-1820. Mrs. Treacy died in 1820'.
Tom Conway December 22, 2008 http://www.geni.com/people/Mary-Treacy/6000000002186842397
In the 1913-’14 era a senior hurling medal tournament was run to raise funding for the building of a monument in Carrickshock to commemorate three local men killed at the ‘Battle of Carrickshock’ which took place on December 14, 1831. The three who lost their lives in that engagement, which was part of the Tithe Wars with England, were Treacy, Power and Phelan. That monument, outside the village of Hugginstown, was eventually erected at a cost of £21 in 1926 – a not insubstantial sum in those times.
January 13, 1928 (ME) The Carrickshock Monument
...members attended...John Treacy, Kilcurl...nephew of James Treacy, the outstanding hero in the Carrickshock battle...
December 18, 1931 (ME) The Carrickshock Centenary
On Monday, 14th inst, an Office and high Mass took placew at Ballyhale for the repose of the soul of the late John Treacy...nephew of the hero of Carrickshock...Very Rev Cannon Treacy, PP Conahy (nephew of James Treacy...
December 24, 1931 (ME) Carrickshock and its monument
...Rev. (Patk) Cannon Treacy, PP (Conahy)...address...his uncle James Treacy...Rev W. Brennan, OC...grand nephew...single out the Treacy family for special praise...William, Denny and Tom Treacy, brothers of the hero...his mother, eldest daughter of Denny Treacy…
Billy Treacy Carrickshock - 1951 Winner County Senior Hurling Championship
D. Treacy Carrickshock – 1929 Finalist, 1931 Winner, 1932 Finalist County Senior Hurling Championship
Denis Treacy 1975 (Roadstone Ballyhale) All Ireland inter firms Junior Hurling
Pauline Treacy 1978 (Ballyhale VS) All Ireland Vocational Schools Senior Camogie
Sean Treacy 1975 (Roadstone Ballyhale) All Ireland inter firms Junior Hurling
W. Treacy Carrickshock - 1948 Finalist County Senior Hurling Championship
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.
Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTE) Broadcast 1983
Battle of Carrickshock. The Battle of Carrickshock toook place in 1831 in south Kilkenny. It was borne out of a tithe tax that was enforced despite difficult harvests. And so the peasants revolted - against what they saw as greedy landlords and greedy clergymen. One of the people talking is a Mary Wallace nee Farrell who is the 1st cousin twice removed of James Treacy.
As promised here is all the information on the Kilcurl graveyard where lots of my wife's Treacy ancestors are buried. Basically it is a tiny graveyard out in the middle of a field in Kilcurl where there used to be a church back in the 18th century but no more. Note that grave 2 has James Treacy who died at the battle of Carrickshock, the details of which you have.
This is a transcript of the 4 gravestones:
1. (1 on plan) Erected by James Treacy of Kilcurrell in memory of his father Thomas Treacy and mother Mary Treacy alias Walsh and his two brothers Simon and Richard Treacy.
2. (2 on plan) Erected by Patrick Treacy of Kilcurrell in memory of his father Denis Treacy, his mother Mary Treacy alias Meaney, his wife Margaret Treacy alias Hill, and his son James Treacy who died 14th of December 1831.
Mary Kate O'Keeffe nee Brennan Kilcurl died 23 December 1971 aged 73, her husband William died 28 January 1977 aged 88.
3. May god have mercy on the soul of William Treacy Kilcurl who died 1895 aged 84 years, his wife Mary nee Sheehy died 1875 aged 52 years, his daughter Margaret died 1906 aged 56 years, his son James died 1920 aged 73 years, his daughter Mary aged 68 and Anne Walsh aged 72 years died 1922, his son John died 1930 aged 71 years, his daughter Catherine died 1935 aged 80 years, his son Denis died ?? aged ?? years
Also Denis Treacy Dunnamaggin died 1890 aged 84 years, his wife Elizabeth nee Dalton died 1866 aged 50 years, his son Patrick died 1917 aged 62 years, his daughters Brigid died 1927 aged 84 years, Kate Lahert died 1927 aged 75 years, Mary died 1934 aged 83 years, Ellen died 1936 aged 82 years, Anne nee Millea wife of the above Patrick died 1929 aged 67 years, Rev. W Treacy died 1922, Rev. Patrick Treacy Chancellor of Diocesan Chapter son of the above William died 1939 aged 81 years.
4. (3 on plan) Erected by Thomas Tracy of Croughtabeg in memory of his wife Ellen Tracy alias Commerford who died June 13th 1867 aged 48 years, his son James died in May 1857, his son Patrick died in France January 1867 aged 26 years, also 3 of his children who died young.
I have attached a photo of all 4 taken last year, and also a plan of it which I obtained recently from a Treacy in USA who found it in her late mother's possessions. What is interesting is that a) this plan was produced in 1933 when there were only 3 gravestones; b) the lady that sent it me has no idea how, from whom or when her mother got it; c) none of my wife's relatives in Kilkenny have ever seen it so no-one has any idea who produced it in 1933; d) the lady who sent it, her great-grandfather emigrated to New York in 1852 but so far we haven't been able to trace where he came from in Ireland, but we assume that it is from Kilkenny and that he is somehow related to these Kilcurl Treacy's. So its all very mysterious and intriguing !!!!
Rev. William Treacy, who is recorded as dying in 1922 on gravestone 3 in the Kilcurl graveyard (Kilkenny Page 2), & I found several obituaries for his death in Iowa, but prior to USA he spent many years in Western Australia. 2 of the obituaries I found in Australian newspapers !! He was a pioneer priest in Western Australia.
PIONEER PRIEST OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.
An American exchange to hand contains the following notice of the death of Rev.W. Treacy, pastor at Lenox, which occurred on March 16th. Fr. Treacy way one of the pioneer priests of Western Australia:- A long life of piety, Christian charity and zeal for the winning of souls to God and the advancement of His honour and glory was ended when, on Thursday evening. March 16th, the Angel of Death came to sound. "not taps but reveille," for Rev. Fr. William Treacy. Surely it was but the passing from this vale of probation into the glorious presence of God for this priest who had faithfully served Him at the Altar for 38 years. Fr. Treacy was born at Raheen, Dunnamaggin, County Kilkenny, Ireland, in 1857, and was ordained to the priesthood in 1884. Following his ordination he went to Australia, where he was one of the pioneer missionaries of that country. For 20 years he served there, enduring all the hardships of a missionary's life, making his way on foot and on horseback here and there, near and far, wherever there was need or the opportunity to keep men faithful cr to draw them into the fold. His health at last breaking under the strain and the hardships of this life, Fr. Treacy came to America, and for 18 years had served in the diocese of Davenport and Des Moines. Though conditions were different and the hardships not so great, his zeal abated not one jot. He served as pastor in Newton and Georgetown, when again the body failed the spirit, his strength ebbed, and giving up his pastorale he came to St. Bernard's Hospital, where he served as chaplain. After a year or two, feeling himself able for heavier work, be was made pastor of Hamburg, and later of Lenox. There he remained until attacked by the illness which ended his life, in Mercy Hospital, where he had been for some weeks. The body of Fr. Treacy was removed to St. Bernard's Hospital, where it reposed until removed on Monday afternoon to St. Francis' Church, where it lay in state until the close of the funeral service on Tuesday morning. Since the hour of Fr. Treacy's death until the beginning of the funeral Mass the Knights of Columbus maintained a guard of honour over the body. On Friday morning a Solemn High Mass of Requiem was offered for the repose of Fr. Treacy's soul in the chapel of St. Bernard's Hospital. On Tuesday morning the funeral services were held in St. Francis' Church. At 10 o'clock the Office of the Dead was chanted, and this was followed by Solemn High Mass in the presence of Right Rev. Bishop Drumm. Following the Mass. Rev. Fr. J. F. Costello preached the funeral sermon, in-which he outlined the missionary life of Fr. Treacy in Australia and America, paying high tribute to the piety and missionary zeal of the departed priest. Absolution was pronounced by Right Rev. Bishop T. W. Drumm. following which he emphasised the inspiration furnished by the life of Fr. Treacy, and urged the fostering of vocations to the priesthood and sisterhoods. About twenty nuns, representing the Mercy Sisters and Sisters of Charity of the B.V.M., and the Benedictine Sisters of the Council Bluffs and the Dominican Sisters of Missouri Valley, were present, in the church, the body of which was filled by a large congregation of laypeopIe. R.l.P.
OBITUARY (1922, August 3). Advocate (Melbourne, Vic. : 1868 - 1954), p. 17. Retrieved July 6, 2016, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article176520787
James Treacy & Bridget Maher
Daniel b. 26 August 1865 Ballragget (LDS)
1838 – 1918 Irish Nuns and Sisters of the Catholic Church in Australia
Father's Christian Name
County of Birth
Date of Death
Patt Treacy & Mary Purcell
Bridget b. 14 March 1864 Ballyragget (LDS)
Ellen A. Clarke b. 6 November 1866 Kilkinney (d. of Patrick Tracey & Mary Purcell), d. 30 July 1945 Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States
burial: 2 August 1945 Westbury, L. I.
spouse: John H. Clarke
William Treacy (aged 35) m. Anne Bergin (Aged 30) 1 February 1864 Ballyragget (LDS)
Daniel b. 19 December 1864 Ballyragget (LDS)
James b. 21 September 1866 Ballyragget (LDS)
John b. 23 April 1871 (LDS)
Sean Treacy of St Patrick’s (Ballyragget) Kilkenny, All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championships 1962.
Researcher: James Treacy, Callan, Co. Kilkenny, 6th September 2000. email@example.com
James Treacy & Hanna/Honora Maher?
Richard b. 23/1/1869 Callan (Callan 1869 4 704) (LDS)
Mary b. 18 July 1871 (Callan 1871 14 620) (LDS)
Tombstones in Old Graveyard, Kilbride Cemetery, Callan, Kilkenny
58. (Large Celtic Cross). Erected by James Brennan, Ballintee in memory of his father Philip who died 15th August 1905 aged 67 yrs. His sister Catherine died 5th Jan. 1914 aged 40 yrs. Also his grandfather James Brennan died 6th Jan. 1867 aged 70 yrs. His wife Alice, nee Walsh died 4th April 1920. His daughter Bridget died 16th March 1922. His mother Bridget, nee Treacy died 5th Feb. 1927. His sister Mary died 10th Dec. 1938. His brother, Rev Br. B. Brennan died 3rd July 1939. The above James Brennan died 23 Feb. 1950… (On the side of the cross):- Thomas Maher died 1936. Elizabeth Maher died 1950. Ellen Brennan died 1958. Ann died 1967. Julia died July 21st 1970.
Occupier/Surname, First, Townland, Page #, Map Ref #, Immediate Lessor, Description of Tenement
Agar, Henry, Croghtenclogh, 41, 57, Richard Tracy, house, offices and land
Brennan (Lag), John, Croghtenclogh, 41, 56Aa,Ab, Richard Tracy, house, offices and land
Brennan (Lag), Thos., Croghtenclogh, 41, 55, Richard Tracy, house, offices and land
Donohoe, Thomas, Croghtenclogh, 41, 52Ba, Richard Tracy, house
Dowling, John, Croghtenclogh, 41, 53, Richard Tracy, house and land
Graham, George, Croghtenclogh, 41, 65, Richard Tracy, land
Graham, Hannah, Croghtenclogh, 41, 58, Richard Tracy, house, offices and land
Phelan, Henry, Croghtenclogh, 41, 54, Richard Tracy, house, office and land
Tracy, Peter, Croghtenclogh, 41, 64, Richard Tracy, house and land
Tracy, Richard, Croghtenclogh, 41, 52Aa,B, Hon Charles B Wandesforde, office and land
24 November 1791 Wm Ransford of Rathglass in the co. of Carlow, farmer and Mary Treacy of the parish of Comer [Castlecomer Kilkenny], spinster, both protestants
15 October 1797 Wm Treacy of Leighlin Bridge in the co. of Carlow, coal merchant, and Ann Bradley of Coolbawn in the parish of Comer [Coolbaun Castlecomer Kilkenny] spinster
Irish Genealogist, vol 8
Anne Tracey & Richard Dreaper
My ancestor, Richard Dreaper (1784-1847) m. Anne Tracey (1791- )
Church of Ireland, Castlecomer, Kilkenny about 1807.
Migrated to Kingston, Ontario. Descendents married Catholic Fowler/Lester also of Kilkenny. Alice Lester (1785-1879) of Castle Dungarvan (Kilkenny/Waterford m Patrick Fowler of Kikenny. They moved to Kingston Ontario w. children Mary, Martin and Katherine in 1818. I am looking for Lester/Fowler marraige/birth data.
T. F. Draper T.F. Draper 27 Feb 1999
Annesley Treacy (d. 1932 aged 66 Castlecomer) m. Susan Tunstead [Stage Reg: Annesley Treacy & Susan Tunstead, Carlow, 3rd Quarter 1893 Vol 3 page 279]
William b. 1894 or 1895
George Treacy [State Reg: Birth Castlecomer Apr - Jun 1896 vol 3 page 363] [died 1958]
George Treacy m. Lizzie Agar [State Reg: Castlecomer Oct - Dec 1929 Vol 3 Page 243]
William Treacey [State Reg: Castlecomer Apr - Jun 1931 vol 3 page 291] [Eager]
Annasley Treacy [State Reg: Castlecomer Jul - Sep 1932 Vol.3 Page.285]
George V Treacy [State Reg: Castlecomer Apr - Jun 1935 Vol.3 Page 289]
Eileen S Treacy [State Reg birth:Apr - Jun 1937 Vol.3 page 283]
Richard A Treacy [State Reg birth: Castlecomer Oct - Dec 1938 Vol.3 Page 263]
James C Treacy [State Reg birth:Castlecomer Jul - Sep 1941 Vol 3 Page 287]
Vera M Treacey [State Reg birth: Castlecomer Apr - Jun 1945 Vol 3 Page 333]
Albert P Treacy [State Reg birth:Castlecomer Apr - Jun 1949 Vol 3 page 321]
Gertrude J Treacy [State Reg birth: Kilkenny Apr - Jun 1954 Vol 3 page 343]
Patrick A Tracy [State Reg birth: Waterford Oct - Dec 1958 Vol 4 Page 497] [Eager]
Leason Treacy [State Reg: Castlecomer Jul - Sep 1899 vol 3 page 332]
Will: James Tunstead To Susan Treacy [Castlecomer Kilkenny] 9 May 1906 Poulpeasty Wexford
February 25 1963 (II & SI) Won Pitman Shorthand Cup, with a speed of 150 words per minute
...Miss Vera M. Treacy (17), Doneguile, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, a daughter of Mrs. E. Treacy and the late Mr. George Treacy. She was a pupil of the O'Donnell Commercial College, 44 Leinster Road, Rathmines, Dublin...
Helen Treacy (b. 1 February 1893 Castledermot Athy Kildare d. 26 May 1975 Kiltown) m. Philip Stone of Skehanna Castlecomer Kilkenny abt. 1917.
Stone – Treacy – June 27 1917, at Castledermott Church, Co. Kildare, Philip Stone, son of George Stone, Skehans, Castlecomer, to Helen Treacy, daughter of James Treacy, Newtown, Castledermott.
Helen Stone b: 29 DEC 1918 in Kiltown, Ireland.
Ethel Stone b: 15 MAY 1920 in Kiltown, Ireland.
Eileen Stone b: 5 JUL 1934 in Kiltown, Ireland.
Helen STONE b: 29 DEC 1918 in Kiltown, Castlecomer, Kilkenny, Ireland
Ethel STONE b: 15 MAY 1920 in Kiltown, Castlecomer, Kilkenny, Ireland
Ada STONE b: 4 NOV 1921 in Kiltown, Castlecomer, Kilkenny, Ireland
Caroline STONE b: 16 MAY 1924 in Kiltown, Castlecomer, Kilkenny, Ireland
Annie STONE b: 25 NOV 1925 in Kiltown, Castlecomer, Kilkenny, Ireland
James Philip STONE b: 23 OCT 1927 in Kiltown, Castlecomer, Kilkenny, Ireland
George STONE b: 10 OCT 1928 in Kiltown, Castlecomer, Kilkenny, Ireland
Sarah Mildred STONE b: 21 AUG 1930 in Kiltown, Castlecomer, Kilkenny, Ireland
Don & Jeanine Hartman 2011-03-28
John Treacy (s. of Robert Treacy) m. Margaret Copley (d. of Richard Copley) 03 Mar 1851 Castlecomer, Kilk, Ire
John Treacy & Margaret Copley
Robert b. 14 December 1864 Castlecomer (LDS)
Margaret Jane b. 5 July 1867 (LDS)
John Treacy of Donaguile Castlecomer m. Alicia Rowe (d. of George Rowe, farmer) of Ardough on 18 March 1885 Wit: John Copley & Rebecca Rowe. Bilboa Parish (CoI) Carlow View Register
John Treacy & Elizabeth (Lizzie) Sutcliffe
Henry b. 18 December 1867 (LDS)
James b. 1 March 1869 (LDS)
Henry b. 15 August 1872 (LDS)
Ellen b. 21 June 1880 Coon (LDS) Coan?
Mary Anne (b. 1845 Coon, Kilkenny d. 5 May 1895 Skehanna Castlecomer Kilkenny) m. William Stone 26 January 1865 Mothel Church.
1. Martha Stone b: 10 MAR 1866 in Skehanna, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny
2. John Henry Stone b: 26 FEB 1868 in Skehanna, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny
3. Stephen Stone b: 25 OCT 1869 in Skehanna, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny
4. Alice Stone b: 26 OCT 1871 in Skehanna, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny
5. Abraham Stone b: 19 APR 1873 in Skehanna, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny
6. Catherine Stone b: 5 NOV 1874 in Skehanna, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny
7. Marriane Stone b: 15 APR 1876 in Skehanna, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny
8. Robert Stone b: 22 DEC 1877 in Skehanna, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny
9. William Stone b: 9 MAR 1880 in Skehanna, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny
10. Richard Stone b: 26 AUG 1881 in Skehanna, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny
11. Unnamed Stone b: 17 NOV 1883
12. William Stone b: 10 NOV 1885
John Stone b. 1871 Kilkenny (s. of Marjorie Trecey & William Stone) m. Sarah Kelley (d. of James Scallon & Mary Mc Ginn) 29 July 1930 Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
Joseph Treacy & Ann Maria Wilson
Grace b. 4 August 1865 Castlecomer (LDS)
Margaret b. 12 September 1867 (LDS)
Edward b. 3 February 1870 (LDS)
Maria b. 12 April 1872 (LDS)
Joseph b. 19 August 1879 (LDS)
Richard Treacy & Mary Anne Copley
Jane b. 21 October 1872 (LDS)
Kate b. 27 June 1880 Castlecomer (LDS)
Alfred Treacy [State Reg: Birth Oct - Dec 1884 Castlecomer, Ireland Volume Number 3 Page Number 393]
Jane Treacy (b. 21 October 1872 - Castlecomer, Kilkenny d. July 1949, 76 years) m. Edward Wynne (b. 17 March 1870 Borris Carlow d. 1929, 69 years) about 1900
[State Reg Marriage: Jane Treacy m. Edward Wynne Jul - Sep 1903 Waterford Vol: 4 Page: 319] [Duplicate Registration?]
[State Reg Marriage: Jane Treacy m. Edward Wynne Oct - Dec 1903 Waterford Vol: 4 Page: 356]
Kate Treacy, 19, F, 13 Coolcullen, Mothell, Kilkenny, Housekeeper, Church of Ireland, Niece, Not Married, Co Kilkenny
Alfred Treacy, 14, M, Coolcullen, Mothell, Kilkenny, Scholar, Church of Ireland, Nephew, Not Married, Co Kilkenny
Charles Copley, 33, Male, Head of Family, Church of Ireland, Farmer and Shopkeeper, Not Married, Co Kilkenny
Alfred Treacy, Mar 1911 Saint John New Brunswick Canada, Ship Name: Lake Manitoba, b. Ireland, 21, single, to Regina LsR?, Clerk, C.E. religion
1916 Census Canada
Alfred Arthur Treacy, 32, Anglican, b. Ireland [Kilkenny?], Year of Immigration: 1911, Home in 1916: 09, Saltcoats, Saskatchewan
Address: 21, 11, 42, Abernethy
Sarah Edith Treacy, 34, wife, English, Anglican
Margaret Edith Treacy 7 months
Alfred Treacy b. 28 Sep 1884 Ireland (s. of Richard Treacy & ??? Copley)
d. 14 Feb 1969 Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada
Spouse's Name: Sarah Edith Honeysett
Lived: 8y Municipality, 20y province, 58y Canada
Retired 1947 Western Groceries
Alfred Treacy born Oct. 7, 1884 to parents, Richard and Mary Anne (Copley) of Castlecomer, county of Kilkenny. Grandfather was the only one of the family that came to Canada.
Marion Ogden Sat Mar 23 2002 firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Kildare Treacy (d. Jan - Mar 1880 Castlecomer PLU, aged 29) m. Jeanie Sayers (d. Jan - Mar 1912 Dublin South, aged 58) in 1878 [State Reg: Richard Kildare Treacy, Cashel, 3rd Quarter 1878 3 317]
26 February 1880 Freeman's Journal
... Kildare Treacy. ...
1880 Richard Kildare Treacy, Belmount. [Will]
Edward Law, Kilkenny History – Miscellaneous Houses
Richard Tracey & Jennie Sayers
This collection covers the legal affairs of the Wandesforde family of Castlecomer, County Kilkenny. It contains a number of items relating to female members of the family and others. They include copy marriage settlement, 1878, of Jennie Sayers and Richard Tracey, 1878, providing for an annuity for Maria Tracey, mother of Richard Tracey [S6/58/35]; also letters, 1905, on the surrender of Jennie Tracey's farm and an annuity in lieu to be granted by R H P Wandesforde, including one from Jennie Tracey saying she has never seen her marriage settlement [S6/58/36], and surrender of a deed of covenant for obtaining an annuity for Jennie and Marie Tracey, stating that Richard Tracey died intestate in 1880, leaving his estate to his wife, Jennie Tracey; she subsequently agreed to surrender the title to R H P Wandessforde in lieu of Wandesforde granting her and her mother-in-law an annuity of œ70 [S6/58/37]. Also deed of trust (1784) between Elizabeth Connor and Robert Warren Gumbleton, under which Gumbleton is to become the trustee of sums owing to Elizabeth Connor's daughter Mary-Ann, until she reaches the age of 21 or marries, her marriage to be with the consent of her mother, Rev. Henry Connor and Gumbleton [S6/58/13] Wandesforde Papers, University College Dublin, Archives Department
May 23, 1896 (KO) City of Dublin Nursing Institution
...Lady Supperintendent [Mrs Treacy] being presented with a silver tea and coffee service by the nurses...portrait in water colour of Mrs. Tracey (created by Mrs Butler)...Mrs. Treacy replied as follows -...
Jane Kildare Tracy, 47, F, 594 Upper Baggot Street, Pembroke West, Dublin, Lady Supt of the City of Dublin Nursiery Inst, Church of Ireland, Head of Family, Widow, Dublin,
June 1907 Rapport de la Conférence internationale du nursing, Paris
Discussion opened by Mrs Kildare Treacy, Président of the Irish Nurses Association...
Aug 14, 1908 (IT) Letter
...Mrs. J. Kildare Treacy, 86 Lower Leeson street.
Jane, Kildare Tracy, 27 Baggot Street, Upper, 59, F, Pembroke West Dublin (b. Tipperary, widow, CoI, matron Dublin Nursing Institute)
Feb 19, 1912 (IT) Obituary - Mrs. Kildare Treacy
...For twenty two years Mrs. Treacy presided over the City of Dublin Nursing Institution as Matron...ardent supporter of the movement of the State Registration of nurses...President of the Irish Nurses Association...
1912 A History of nursing
Our sorrow at the loss of Mrs. Kildare Treacy, late matron City of Dublin Nursing Institution.
July 27 1912 The British Journal of Nursing
The International Council of Nurses...The President speech in honour of the dead...[for] Jeanie Kildare Treacy, Ireland
1912 London Wills
Jane [Kildare] Treacy of 29 Upper Baggot-street county Dublin widow died 17 February 1912. Administration (with will) Dublin to Elizabeth Bradley married woman. Effects £240 in England. Sealed London 23 April.
Early in 1890...Mrs. Kildare Treacy was appointed by the directors [of The Council of the Queen Victoria's Jubilee Institute]. Mrs. Treacy, who presided over her "family" from that date until her death, was a true and loyal Irish woman, her county being "Gallant Tipperary"; she acknowledged, with pride, that she had received her training as a hospital nurse in Ireland, and devoted her life, her wit, her humour, and her energy, to Irish nursing affairs. Having lost her parents and her husband early in life, she decided to be trained in hospital nursing, and having overcome the family opposition, inevitable in those days, entered the City of Dublin Nursing Institution as a probationer in 1887. Never was there a warmer enthusiasm for all nursing progress, nor a kinder heart than Mrs. Treacy's. Quite suddenly, in the winter of 1912, in the prime of her work and life, she was taken away by death.
Dock, Lavivna L (1912) A history of nursing; the evolution of nursing systems from the earliest times to the foundation of the first English and American training schools for nurses. Putnam, NY.
29 September 1848 Bathurst Advocate (NSW)
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 Belmont, [Bellmount] Carlow [Belmount, Kilkenny?] having derived so much benefit from the use of these pills...asthma...for the last fifteen or sixteen years...- (See Advertisement)
Nieuwe Amsterdamsche Courant - Algemeen Handelsblad 9 Julij 1849 (Netherlands)
Treacy's of Bellmount [North East Kilkenny, Castlecomer/Dysart?]
I am trying to discover more about my Great Grandfather(x4), Richard Treacy, b. 20 April 1781 in Kilkenny. He married Anna Wilson of Castlecomber, who died of breast cancer in 1835 in Belmont.
Richard and Anna had a government appointment in Philadelphia for one year, 1816-1817. They lived in John Street. My Great Grandmother(x3), Sarah Anna Treacy was born there, 1 February 1817.
He is noted as her father, R. of Kilkenny, at her wedding to John Stephenson Henry, at Coolcullen Church, 6 September 1838.
From JSH's diary, we know that Richard and Anna had at least 4 other daughters back in Ireland, and at some stage they were living in Belmont, Kilkenny; Louisa Catherine. who married James Disney in 1839 (possibly died in Carlow 1906) ; Emma who married William Gordon in 1845 (son of Samuel Gordon of Coolcullen) They emigrated to Australia around 1849-1850 ; Harriet, who married Morgan O'Neille in 1849, and also emigrated to Australia after 1851. (sadly died aged 33 in 1856); and Lucy, b.abt 1827, who also emigrated to Australia (died 1882 aged 55). Sarah tragically died 21 July 1851, enroute to Australia, at age 34, leaving her husband with 7 small children. All of their burials were Methodist.
There was also one son, William, who was said in family memoirs to have possibly been a surveyor. He remained in Ireland.
I am confused, as the Treacy's seem to have been married in Coolcullen, yet said to live in Belmont.
This ad was in many papers for Holloway's Pills. This one from Bathurst Advocate (NSW : 1848 - 1849): (courtesy of TROVE)
"here is no remedy known equal to Holloway's Pills for the Cure of Asthma. — Mr. Richard Treacy, of Belmont, Carlow, having derived so much benefit from the use of these Pills, wishes it to be made public for the benefit of all persons troubled with Asthma, that he had been suffering: from this distressing complaint for the last. 15 or 16 years, and although he had tried a great variety of remedies, yet none seemed to do him any good. He then had recourse to Holloway's Pills, which invaluable medicine in a short time afforded him wonderful relief, his breathing has since become perfectly free and easy."
I would love to discover what Richard actually did, why he was in America, when he died, what happened to William, and if we still have Treacy family in Ireland. I have pieced together some of his 'family' from online, but am not confident I'm ontrack with the right Treacy family.
Hoping someone might be able to help fill in some more pieces.
Kerrie 7 July, 2013
I'm descended from Richard Treacy from Belmont, Kilkenny, who according to the diary of my Great grandfather x3, was one of 5 children.
The diary then notes 1st brother, Andrew, who lived with Richard at Belmont and died unmarried, buried in the family burial place in Castlecomer.
2nd brother, William, residing in Leighlin Bridge.
3rd brother, John, of Brigadie House, County Antrim.
His only sister is noted as Charlotte, who married Thomas Budds of Timogue, Queen's County.
The diary also says that they are lineal descendants of James Treacy of Dublin, Earl of Rathecool. I haven't been able to verify this at all.
I would love to share information with you, and compare notes. My Great x3 Grandmother, Sarah Henry (nee Treacy), died enroute to Australia in 1851, along with her youngest baby Andrew. (The diary describes their journey) Her sisters Harriet, Lucy and Emma also died in Victoria, Australia. Their only brother, William, remained in Ireland.
Kerrie 18th February 2014
Sarah Anna Treacy b. abt 1816 Philadelphia [US] d. 20 July 1851 m. John Stephenson Henry 6 September 1838 Coolcullen (LDS) [Mothell]
The Nenagh Guardian or, Tipperary (North Riding) and Ormond Advertiser"
...Richard Treacy Henry was born at Glanbane, County Kildare on Wednesday 4 June 1845. He was the fourth child of seven of John Stephenson Henry, a Protestant Irishman of County Meath and his wife Sarah Anna, of nearby County Kilkenny...At the age of thirty-three he married Sarah Annan Treacy, who was born in Philadelphia (and who was always known as Sally), at Coolcullen...Arrangements were made to sell Glanbane, and Sally and the children left the old house in the middle of January 1851 for her father Richard Treacy's residence at Belmount County Kilkenny. John Henry's library was sold by auction at Athy...John Henry and his family remained at Belmount with Richard Treacy until their departure for the Carlow Railway station on 6 May 1851. By late afternoon they were in Dublin and next day the party of eleven...
Hill, Susanne & Hill, John (1987) Richard Henry of Resolution Island. J. McIndoe.
Richard Treacy Henry, the fourth of seven children of John Stephenson Henry, a civil engineer, and his wife, Sarah Anna Treacy, was born at Glanbane House, near Athy, County Kildare, Ireland, on 4 June 1845. The family emigrated to South Australia on the Asia in May 1851, arriving on 31 August. Richard's mother and infant brother died during the journey…
Dictionary of New Zealand BiographyVolume 2, 1993 http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/2h30/henry-richard-treacy
Louisa Catherine Treacy & James Disney 1839 (Marriage Licence Bond)
Emma Tracey m. William Gordon 20 December 1845 Mothell (LDS)
Harriet Treacy b. about 1823 & Morgan O’Neill 1844 (Marriage Licence Bond) Ossory (LDS)
Harriet Treacy b. about 1823 & Morgan O’Neill 1844 (Marriage Licence Bond) Ossory (LDS)
My name is Jeffrey O'Neill. On your Tracey Family web site you make mention of the marriage between Harriet Tracey and Morgan O'Neill. Harriet and Morgan are my gggrandparent.
Harriet and Morgan immigrated to Australia aboard the "Theodore" in December, 1852. If you are interested in further information please contact me.
Jeffrey O'Neill [email@example.com] 6th February 2009
…Morgan’s only son, named Morgan also, but called Mortimer, was married in County Carlow in 1844 to Harriett Tracy. Mortimer and Harriett had four children: Ann, born 1846; William Duke, born 1848; Harriett, born 1851; and Maria, born 1853….
William Henry Treacy (s. of Richard Treacy) m. Maria Dobbs (d. of Kildare Dobbs) 8/8/1849 at Castlecomer (Kilkenny 1849 6 324)
30 Mar 1853 (BL) Death
Wm H Tracy Esq, Belmont, Castlecomer, died age 31 years
Treacy – January 22, 1915, at her residence, The Square, Castlecomer, Maria, widow of the late William Henry Treacy, of Belmount, Co. Kilkenny, aged 86 years.
William Treacy & Eliza Neill
Male b. 29 Male 1865 Castlecomer (LDS)
Samuel b. 29 August 1867 Castlecomer (LDS) (State Reg: Treacy, Samuel, Castlecomer, Kilkenny. 1867 13 499)
Margaret Sibbald, born 1872, married a Kilkenny RIC man, Samuel Treacy, in Rathdown in 1895. [State Reg: Samuel Treacy, Rathdown, 2nd Quarter 1895 2 765]
Gleeson Treacy b. 1871 [son of William Treacy] (State Reg: Castlecomer 1871 3 570) [see Leeson Treacy, Kildare]
CoI Crettyard Parish of Castlecomer
Tracey Willian 28/03/1964 Clooneen
Mary Jane (w) 18/02/1980
James (his bro) 21/07/1981
James Treacy & Ellen Nowlan
Mary b. 17 November 1875 (Kilkenny 1875 18 506) (LDS)
Johanna b. 11 August 1877 Freneystown (Kilkenny 1877 13 522) (LDS)
James Treacy & Ellen Nolan
I am looking for information on my grandfather who came from county Kilkenny. His name was Patrick Treacy and he was born about 1880 in Freneystown. His father was a James Treacy and his mother was Ellen Nolan. Patrick was the second eldest son. Other siblings were John, the eldest, Martin, William, James, Ellen and Annie (Johanna?). John apparently remained in Ireland while the rest of the brothers and Annie emigrated to Australia in early 1900. Ellen may have married a Stapleton. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Bill Treacy 4 Jul 1999
Hi I have an Ellen Nolan in my family tree. She married a James Treacy they lived in Freynestown, Co Kilkenny. They had 7 children John, Martin, Patrick, James, Ellen, Catherine, Hannah. Ellen Treacy (b.1895) my grandmother married a James Patterson and was widowed after a few months remarried to John Kavanagh (grandfather) in 1918. Catherine married a Stapleton from Radestown Co Kilkenny. I have been told by family still living that my grandmother was a cousin of the Stantons. The other Treacy children except for John, Ellen, Catherine emigrated to Australia.
Eileen Robinson eileen201 13 Nov 2001
Ellen Treacy & John Kavanagh
? Kavanagh m. Alice (or Alicia) Comerford in Kilkenny. Children: John (b.1893), Martin (b.1893). Alice Comerford died in chilbirth in 1893. John and Martin were twins they had older brothers and sisters but I do not know their names. Her husband could have been called Stephen but am not certain. They lived in the Skehana area of Kilkenny. John my grandfather was sent to a school in Skibereen Cork along with his siblings to learn a trade. He returned to Kilkenny and married Ellen Treacy
James and Ellen Kennedy, Limerick
I am trying to trace my grandmother, Catherine Mary Kennedy's family. Catherine who was a twin was born about 29 May 1880 in Darragh Limerick. In 1900 Catherine travelled to Townsville Australia on the Duke of Portland and married Patrick Treacy from Freneystown Kilkenny and mover to Western Australia in 1904. Her twin sister went to the USA name unknown.
Parents James and Ellen Brien Kennedy from Ballypierce Garryduff, Limerick, had 7 children Patrick dob 1867 (married Mary and had two children James and Hanora), Bridget dob 1875, John dob1878, Mary dob 1879, Catherine and twin dob 1880, Johanna dob 1885.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Marilyt 14 November 2011
James Treacy (b. Freynestown Kilkenny d. Freynestown Kilkenny buried in freynestown graveyard) m. Ellen Nolan (b: in kilkenny)
Ellen TREACY b: in Freynestown Kilkenny
john TREACY b: in freynestown kilkenny
patrick TREACY b: 1880 in freynestown kilkenny
james TREACY b: abt1880 in freynestown kilkenny
catherine TREACY b: abt1880 in freynestown kilkenny
Mary Anne Treacy (d. of Patrick Harrington [widow?]) m. George Henshaw (s. of William Henshaw) 25 Aug 1856 St John & Clara, Kilk, Ire
Jim Tracy, 65, 18/11/1993
Alice Tracy, 17/12/1975
Gravestone of Rev. Patrick Treacy in Conahy graveyard, Kilkenny. He is mentioned on gravestone number 3 in Kilcurl.
Bridget Tracey & Philip Brennan
Catherine Brennan b. 11 Jul 1871 Kilmoganny [Kilmaganny] Kilkenny, Ireland
Elizabeth Brennan b. 13 Nov 1872 Kilkenny IRELAND
James Brennan b. 18 Jan 1874 Kilmoganny [Kilmaganny] Kilkenny, Ireland
Denis Brennan b. 04 Mar 1875 Kilkenny, Ireland
Margaret Brennan b. 28 Apr 1875 Kilkenny, Ireland
Patrick Brennan b. 07 Jun 1876 Ballintee, Kilkenny, Ireland
Mary Brennan b. 26 Jun 1877 Kilkenny, Ireland
William Brennan b. 05 Jan 1880 Tuitstown Little, Kilkenny, Ireland
Bridget Tracey & John Brennan
Anne Brennan b. 11 Aug 1877 Coolhuttia,[?] Kilkenny, Ireland
Denis Tracey (dead)
Catherine (Kate) Treacy b. 1852 Dunnamoggin d. 12 Feb 1927, m. Richard Lahart 18 Oct 1892 at Raheen/Dunamaggan (Callan 1892 4th quarter 4 183) (LDS)
Patrick Trac(e)y & Kate/Catherine Carroll
Patrick, 20.5.1867, Cotterstown (Callan 1867 9 629) (Cottrellstown???)
Mary, 23.12.1870, Cotterstown (Callan 1871 4 791)
Thomas, 23.12.1873, Cotterstown (Callan 1874 4 685)
Bridget, 13.11.1875, Cotterstown (Callan 1875 19 608)
Anne, 21.3.1878, Cotterstown (Callan 1st Quarter 1878 4 662)
William, 24.3.1882, Cotterstown (Callan 2nd Quarter 1882 4 525)
Denis b. 18/4/1897 Raheen (Callan 1897 2nd quarter 4 445)
Gravestone of Denis Treacy, Dunnamaggin in Kilmoganny graveyard, Kilkenny, and his wife Catherine nee O'Brien. This Denis is the son of Patrick, gravestone 3 Kilcurl, who died 1917.
Monument in Dunnamaggin to the members of B & F company, the 8th Battalion, Kilkenny Brigade who took part in the War of Independence 1919 - 1921 including Denis Treacy Raheen.
November 19th 1867 Kilkenny Journal
To be Sold
At Croughtabeg, the interest of a well fenced Farm, with Dwelling House and out offices, containing 98a 3r 28p statute, or about 61 acres Irish plantation measure. Its yearly rent is £67 10s 3d. There is a lease of 31 years, of which 18.5 are yet unexpired. The rent is paid up to the First of may last. There are about nine acres fit to sow Wheat in, six of New Clover and hay seed, five of old bottom meadowing, and the greater part of the Farm is newly laid down to Grass. There is a limestone quarry within half a mile of it which the Landlord has given the use of gratis to all his tenants. It will be sold immediately, and the possession given, as it is time to commence seed sowing. CROUGHTABEG lies near Ballytobin, within 3.5 miles of Callan, and 8.5 miles of Carrick-on-Suir.
Thomas Treacy, Croughtabeg, Kilmoganny
Dated October 18th, 1867.
November 10th 1869 Kilkenny Journal
Thanks to a good Landlord
To the Editor of the Kilkenny Journal
Sir, I would be forgetting my duty, a duty which the Irish Tenant who is kindly treated, ever feels, were I to neglect returning my deep and heartfelt thanks to my good Landlord, Charles Gaussen Esq., 17 Gardiner's Place, Dublin, for his great kindness towards me, and which, even in a foreign land I will never forget. When money was to be expended in draining he generously assisted me; and when I resolved on leaving this country, though there was a covenant in my Lease against selling my Farm, that Gentleman most kindly and nobily allowed me to dispose of my interest, which, under the circumstances, was even more than Tenant Right. In addition, his excellent Son, who acts as Agent to the property, kindly returned me a handsome sum on paying my last rent to him. Tomorrow I and my family will be on our way to Australia, and we will never cease to pray for our most generous Benefactor, Mr. Gaussen. I am, Mr. Editor, your's
Thomas Tracy, Crutabeg, Callan
[Note: 1852. Thomas Tracy, Croftybeg or Croughtabeg, [Croghtabeg Ballytobin] Kilkenny 92a/2r/10p, £59.11.10 rent, tenant from year to year
November 6th 1867 The Kilkenny Journal
John Tracy b. abt 1805 Freshford (LDS)
John Tracy & Kitty McDonald
Thomas Tracy & Bridget Spencer
Honor b. 1 September 1865 Freshford (LDS)
James b. 14 February 1869 (LDS)
Thomas b. 23 Jun 1871 (LDS)
1914-1920 British Army WWI Pension Records
James Tracey, abt 1875 - Freshford Ireland, 1914 - Age: 39, Spouse: Elizabeth Tracey
Cat Tracy & George Connords of Bayylyqacn [Ballyquin]
Thos Connors b. 9 Dec 1845 Sp. Thos Tracy & Cat Tracy
Catherine Treacye & John Walsh
John, 21.04.1866, Kilmakevoge
Ellen Tracey & Edmond McGrath
Patrick, 14.11.1864, "Kilmakevoge, Kilkenny"
Honoria, 20.07.1866, "Kilmakevoge, Kilkenny"
Ellen, 02.01.1869, Kilkenny
Edmond, 16.06.1872, Kilkenny
Ellen Tracy married Patrick Quin of Ballyfasey 24 Feb 1873 Wit: John Keneddy & William McKey. Glenmore Parish.
George Tracy & Catherine Conway
Catherine Tracy b. 20 August 1845 Sp. Michael Delahunty & Margaret Tracy of Ballafasy [Ballyfasy Kilbride]
Jhon? Tracy b. 17 March 1847 Sp. Jas Tracy & Mary Dollard of Ballylasng
William Tracey & Ellen Barry
George b. 23 OCT 1864, Kilmakevoge (LDS)
Bridget b. 26 April 1866 Kilmakevoge (LDS)
I.H.S. Erected by Bridget Tracy in memory of her husband Dennis Tracy who depd this life April 15th 1810 Aged 40 years. Also her father Andrew Merigan depd this Aug 15, 1793 Aged 36 years
George W. Tracey born 23rd Oct. 1864 in Kilmakevoge, parish of Glenmore, County Kilkenny
GEORGE W. TRACEY
1872 - 1943
Father of Catherine and Agnes
Article from the
SUNDAY COURIER, POUGHKEEPSIE, NY MARCH 2, 1919
…He is great great grand-nephew of Commodore Barry, of Revolutionary fame. Mr. Tracey's mother was a great grand-niece…
Always an Athlete
From boyhood he took a lively interest in athletics, besting all local comers in friendly bouts with the gloves, and he is still very handy at the art of self-defense.
His particular trend, however, was toward pedestrianism, and stimulated by the glory of the early achievements of Weston, then in his prime, and "Dan" O'Leary, he devoted his small leisure time to training for the track.
Following closely on local successes in that direction, he began entering the larger events, which brought him into international prominence and won him fame, reaching the height of his ambition and renown as a pedestrian in October, 1901, when he won the six days, day and night, go as you please, championship of the world at Philadelphia, defeating 112 starters, including the champions of Great Britain, Germany and France.
Matched in February, 1904, against George Cartwright, champion of England, for the 25 mile world's championship, he was again the winner, breaking the world's record by covering the distance in 2 hours, 34 minutes, 27 seconds.
In May, 1909, he made a world's record in his feat of running 78 miles and 6 laps, on the fifth day of a 6-day, 12 hours a day race held at New York; and in the following month of the same year he had won a world's championship race of 12 hours in Madison Square Garden, New York, beating 128 men over the tan bark course to a finish.
In a hard-fought championship race at Philadelphia, he made the unprecedented record of running and walking 39 consecutive hours without leaving the track.
His 24-hour record of 184 miles and 5 laps, made at Springfield, Mass., in September, 1889, was a wonderful test of speed and endurance.
A large number of victories stand to his credit in the 12 hour a day class and at this period of his career on the track he won many 10 mile events, being one of the few men capable of running 11 miles inside of an hour; and by the best judges he was accredited with being one of the most graceful and powerful runners the world ever saw.
Andrew Treacy & Mary Hennessy
James b. 18 September 1866 Gowran (LDS)
Female Treacy b. 5 Dec 1868 Gowran (LDS)
John b. 4 February 1870 (LDS)
Mary b. 8 July 1872 Gowran (LDS)
Bridget b. 7 January 1875 (LDS)
Female Tracy b. 18 Apr 1880 Knockadeen Kilkenny (LDS)
James Tracy d. 05 Apr 1938 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Address 440 So Clark St
Marital Status Single
Birth Year (Estimated) 1870
Birthplace Kilkany, , Ireland
Burial Date 7 Apr 1938 Calvary Cemetery
Parents Andrew Tracy & Mary Hennessey
Informant's Name: Mary Tracy
Cathrine Tracey d. 11 Sep 1955 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Address: 747 Cornelia Ave
Marital Status Married[?]
Birth Date 29 Sep 1865 Ireland
Burial: Calvary 14 Sep 1955 Hursen Undertaker Inc
Parents: Andrew Tracey & Mary Hennesy
Informant's Name John J Tracey
Lawranca Tracey d. 02 Sep 1910 Cook, Illinois, United States
Address Belden Ave, 23 Ward
Marital Status Single
Occupation clerk-dry goods
Birth Date 08 Apr 1886 Ireland
Buried: 05 Sep 1910 Calvary Cemetary
Parents: Andrew Tracey & Marie Hennesey/Henning
[State Reg: Treacy, Lawrence, Kilkenny, 2nd Quarter 1884 3 455]
John J [Joseph] Tracey, Commercial traveller Marshall Field & Company
Birth: 25 Nov 1881 Kilkenny, Ireland
Residence: Chicago, Illinois for 22 years
Passport Issue Date: 30 Mar 1922
Father Name: Andrew Tracey
Father's Birth Location: Ireland
Father's Residence: Deceased
Passport Includes a Photo: Yes
Emigrated March 1887
Travelling to British Isles, Holland, France, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Austria, Czecho-Slovakia
41 years, 5'11", high forehead, blue eyes, straigh nose, medium mouth, pointed chin, black hair, fair complexion, narrow face.
John J. Tracey, c/o Marshall Field & Company, Foreign Office, 219 West Adams Street, Chicago Illinois.
Anne Treacy b. abt 1845 Gowran m. John McDonald abt 1866 Gowran (LDS)
Catherine Tracy b. abt 1825 Gowran m. Michael Anderson 11 August 1846 Gowran (LDS)
Martin Tr(e)acy & Mary Brennan
Eliza b. 4 March 1866 Gowran (LDS)
John b. 26 August 1868 Gowran (LDS)
Mary Anne b. 16 March 1873 (LDS)
Mary Treacy & Robert Cahill
October 03, 1894 Morning appeal (Carson City, Nev.)
Information Wanted. Oakland Cal Sep. 29 '94. To the Editor of the appeal. Will you please print this letter in your paper. If there is a man in your vicinity named Patrick Cahill, a native of Gowran, Kilkenny Co., Ireland, he can hear something to his advantage by answering this letter. He is the son if Robert Cahill and Mary Treacy. He left Ireland in the early 50's, and is supposed to be in Carson. Any information regaiding his whereabouts will be thankfully received. Yours very respectfully, Mrs. Llzzie Hannahan. Cor.3rd and Alies Sts., Oakland, Cal.
The Kilkenny Journal says:—In the old churchyard of Gowran on Tuesday were interred the remains of Mrs. Tracey, an old and respectable inhabitant of that town. She completed 105 years, and retained all her faculties to the last.
Betty Tracy & Charly Doyle
Catherine Doyle b. 4 November 1838
Johanna Treacy m. Thomas Holden 2.2.1853, Garrandarragh
Mary, 12.1.1855, Garrandarragh
Margaret, 29.3.1858, Garrandarragh
Judith, 25.5.1860, Ballykenna
Patrick, 20.2.1866, Garrandarragh
James, 8.7.1867, Garrandarragh
Luke Treacy & Mary O’Brien
Denis Treacy b. 23rd June 1947 d. 12 Oct 2014
Fr. Denis Treacy
(Mill Hill Missionary, Coolraney, Inistioge, Co. Kilkenny, Kenya, Africa
and Mavenhead, England) at his sisters residence, in the loving care of his
deeply regretted by his sister Rena, brothers Jim, Tom, Sean and Luke, by his brother-in-law Pat, sisters-in-law Josie, Kathleen, Marion and Clare, nieces and nephews, grand-niece, uncle and aunt and his Missionary colleagues, relatives and friends. Rest in Peace. Removal from his residence in Coolraney, Inistioge today (Sunday) at 6 o'c. to St. Columcille's Church, Inistioge. Funeral Mass tomorrow (Monday) at 2 o'c. with Burial afterward in adjoining cemetery.
Mary Treacy m. John Aylward 14/10/1895 at Powerswood (Thomastown 1895 1st quarter 4 591
29 Jan 1842 - John s/o Richard and Catherine (Spruhan) Treacy, Thomastown County Kilkenny/Mary, d/o Robert and Johanna (Livingston?) Jackson Dartmouth, NS
Terrence M. Punch (2008) Erin's Sons: Irish Arrivals in Atlantic Canada, 1761-1853
Thomas Treacy m. Mary Connors, 3.2.1836, Ballykenna
Ellen, 1839, Glenpipe
William Treacy & Cathy Walsh
Bridget, 5.12.1843, Ballykenna
Bridget Tracey m. Michael Murphy 8/2/1869 at Ballykenna (New Ross 1869 4 916)
John, 24.12.1869, Ballykenna
Patt, 21.3.1871, Ballykenna
Bridget, 14.3.1872, Ballykenna
Bridget, 21.6.1874, Ballykenna
Mary, 13.12.1875, Ballykenna
Johanna, 20.2.1878, Ballykenna
Michael, 13.8.1880, Ballykenna
Thomas, 22.9.1884, Ballykenna
Johanna, 8.12.1886, Ballykenna
Anna, 16.6.1891, Ballykenna
2. Thomas Trac(e)y of Listerlin married Honor Barron of Brownstown, 1/2/1864 (New Ross 1864 4 847)
3.1 Margaret b. 16 April 1864 Inistioge (Thomastown 1864 9 914) (LDS)
3.2 Mary b. 29/4/1866 Inistioge (Thomastown 1866 9 902) (LDS)
3.3 William b. 27 March 1868 Inistioge (Thomastown 1868 9 921) (LDS)
3.4 Patrick b. 20/1/1870 Inistioge (Thomastown 1870 4 991) (LDS)
3.5 James b. 11/11/1871 Inistioge (Thomastown 1871 19 895)
3.7 Honora b. 4 February 1876 Inistioge (Thomastown 1876 4 91) (LDS)
3.8 Eliza b. 16 April 1879 Inistioge (LDS)
Thomas Treacy (Birth: abt 1840 in Ireland, Co. Kilkenny, Listerlin, Brownstown)
Marriage 1 Honora Barron b: abt 1840 in Ireland, Co. Kilkenny, Listerlin, Brownstown Married: 1 Feb 1864 in Ireland, Co. Wexford, New Ross, Rosbercon, Church of the Assumption Rosbercon
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Pat Treacy of Rower-Inistioge GAA club Kilkenny, winner of hurling Minor All-Ireland 1973. There was an All-Ireland vocational medal for Pat Treacy from the club in 1972.
Treacy's of Portumna
am looking for my father's family. His father imigrated to New York from
Portumna. His name is Michael Treacy (name was changed in America to Tracy).
Michael was married to Maggie White from Inistoige Co. Kilkenny and had one
son, Edward Gerard Tracy. Michael was a NY City Policeman.
treasaigh7 - May 14, 2010
Laurence Laherty & Catherine Quinn at Kilmacow Parish
Catherine born Cappagh 20/11/1868 bapt. 22/11/1868 Sponsors: Joseph son of Edmond of Narrabane & Biddy Tracy daughter of William of Tullehor, Rbercon
James Treasy/Treacy & Catherine Ryan
Margaret b. 21 May 1864 Ullid (LDS) (Waterford 1864 9 951)
Ellen b. 28 February 1867 Ullid (LDS) (Waterford 1867 4 971)
James Treacy b. 7 June 1871 Ullid (LDS) (Waterford 1871 14 891)
Bridget Treacy b. 17 September 1875 Ullid (LDS) (Waterford 1875 19 864)
James Tracey & Catherine Walsh
Catherine Treacy b. 5 March 1869 Ullid Kilkenny (LDS) (Waterford 1869 4 1041)
John Treacy married Honora Foran of Kilmasose? [Kilmacow?] on the 15 Feb 1820 Wit: John Courey, Patrick Treacy & Wm? Foran St. Mary’s, Kilkenny city
Mary Tracy married James Sinnot of Kilarpe [Killaspy Dunkitt - Kilmacow RC] on the 5 Oct 1834 Wit: James Sinnot & Sally Corcoran St. Mary’s, Kilkenny city
Joseph Saunders of Ferrybank m. Bridget Sheehan of Lower Kilmacow 28/1/1873 Wit: Patrick Tracy
Upper Kilmacow Cemetery, Co. Kilkenny
In loving memory of John Treacy Skeard Kilmacow died 29th Aug 1984, his beloved wife Margaret Treacy died 7th July 1986 aged 85 years Jesus Mercy Mary help rest in Peace
Loving memory of Josephine Treacy (nee Murphy) Dangan died 26th July 1974 aged 54 years. Her husband James died 27th Oct. 1991 aged 82 years R.I.P. Erected by her husband James.
Wm Treacy married Cathe Walsh of Ballynooney [Kilbeacon - Mullinavate RC] 16 Feb 1838 Wit: Pat Treacy & Cathe Nowtet St. Mary’s, Kilkenny city
Catherine Treacy (d. of John Treacy, farmer) of Balteigh Bilbo m. William Myers (land steward) widower of Coon Coolcullen, Parish of Mothel on 1 November 1890 Wit: Abraham Treacy, John Henry Stone & Sarah Willoughby. Bilboa Parish (CoI) Carlow View Register
Emma Tracey m. William Gordon 20 December 1845 Mothell (LDS) [see Castlecomer]
Francis Treacy, 62231 (Francis Treacy, 1882, Kilkenny, Y, enlisted 1906)
June 1913 IT RIC Transfers...Constable John Duffy has been transferred to Count Cavan and is replaced by Constable Francis Treacy, both officers having effected an exchanged.
Dec 12, 1921 (FJ) [Belfast Riots]...Orange gunmen...Constable Francis Treacy, attached to Brown Square barracks, was wounded in the foot in Fairview? street...
Jul 29, 1922 (IT) Belfast and the North
Ex-constable Francis Tracey was awarded £20 at the Record Court for injuries received whilst on duty in Twickerham street, Belfast, on December 10th 1921.
Francis Treacy, 12 Jun 1923, George Andrews Lodge 258 Belfast Co Antrim, Constable R.I.C. Certified 12 Oct 1923. To 105. Resigned 1924.
Sarah Anna Treacy b. abt 1816 Philadelphia [US] d. 20 July 1851 m. John Stephenson Henry 6 September 1838 Coolcullen (LDS) [see Castlecomer]
1838 Sarah Tracy, dau of R, of Kilkenny, married John Henry of Glanbane, Kilkenny
The Nenagh Guardian or, Tipperary (North Riding) and Ormond Advertiser"
Thomas Treacy & Mary Nowlan
Thomas b. 10 September 1864 Muckalee (LDS)
2. Mary Tracey (b. 1833) married Peter Dalton 30/6/1869 at Fiddown. (30 June 1869: Peter Dalton age 47 of William Dalton to Mary Tracy age 36 of Michael Tracy at Fiddown, Carrick on Suir RD.)
William Tr(e)acy & Mary Smith
Margaret b. 8 Jan 1864 Whitechurch (LDS)
Mary b. 21/7/1866 Cloncurry (Carrick-on-Suir 1866 14 642) 26 July 1866 Whitechurch (LDS)
Ellen b. 10 April 1870 Piltown (LDS)
Michael Tracey m. Catherine Walsh 6 January 1824 Paulstown & Goresbridge
Patrick Tracy b. abt 1808 Paulstown & Goresbridge (LDS)
Patt Trac(e)y (Traicy) m. Mary Nolan 3 November 1833 Paulstown & Goresbridge (LDS)
Thomas Tracy b. 23 November 1834 Paulstown & Goresbridge RC, Kilkenny (LDS)
Patt Traicy bapt 14th January 1838, Paulstown & Goresbridge RC, Kilkenny (LDS)
Martin Tracey bapt 13th November 1842, Paulstown & Goresbridge RC, Kilkenny (LDS)
Martin Tracy b. 23 February 1845, Paulstown & Goresbridge (LDS)
There is a white marble cross on to of the headstone.
Erected by Richard Treacy, Galveston Texas, in memory of his father Michael Treacy, Lower Grange, who died 14th May 1876 aged 81 years.
And of his mother Anne Treacy who died 8th Jan 1875 aged 70 years.
Also of their daughter Mary who died young. R.I.P.
Birth: unknown County Kilkenny, Ireland
Death: Feb. 23, 1890
Burial: Calvary Catholic Cemetery Galveston Galveston County Texas, USA
Created by: Patti Zapalac Record added: Sep 23, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 42306359
1880 Census - Galveston, Texas, United States
Self Richard Tracy M 38 Ireland, single, Laborer In Cotton Press
Brother John Tracy M 35 Ireland, single, Laborer On R.R.
Sister Mary Tracy F 25 Ireland, single, Keep'G. House]
Chalice at either side. There is a cross with the letters HIS in the centre on the back.
Errected by Silvester Lennan of Oldtown in memory of his father Patrick Lennan who depd this life Sept 15th 1865 aged 67 years. Also his mother Ellen Lannan als Byrne who died Octr 2nd 1876 aged 68 yrs. And his brother John Lennan died Aug 21st 1887 aged 44 years. And his wife Margaret Lennan alias Treacy died Aug 19th 1908 aged 55 years. Also the above Silvester Lennan died April 9th 1909 aged 72 years. And their two children who died young. Also their son John died Jan 22nd 1931 aged 50 yrs. And his daughter Gretta, died young. Also his wife Katie, died July 7th 1959, aged 70 yrs. May they rest in Peace, Amen.
Co. Kilkenny Tombstone Inscriptions. Published by St. Mullins Muintir Na Tire.
Grange Sylvia – Upper Grange
The design on this headstone are the letters HIS with a cross resting on the H and a small heart under it. It has a chalice at either side and underneath it all are the words “Gloria In Excelsis Deo”
This stone was erected by John Treafy the tr 1790 in memory of two of his children who Lye here Entrrd. R.I.P.
There is a skull and cross bones over this inscription.
Here Lyeth ye body of Elizabeth Trecy als Warren wife to Willm Trecy who depd this life ye 21st of July 1750 aged 41 years. R.I.P.
Co. Kilkenny Tombstone Inscriptions. Published by St. Mullins Muintir Na Tire.
There is a cross resting on the letters HIS over this inscription and a cross on the back.
Erected by Ellen Tracy of New York in memory of her father Patrick Tracy of Royal Oak who died 1876 aged 78 yrs.
Also her mother Mary Tracy died 1848 aged 50 yrs.
Also her sister Catherine Tracy died 1849 aged 23 yrs.
Also her brother Michael Tracy died 1891 June 1st 1891 aged 70 yrs.
Requiescant in pace.
S/C Brennan Royal Oak
Co. Kilkenny Tombstone Inscriptions. Published by St. Mullins Muintir Na Tire.
Catherine Treacy m. John Walsh 15/2/1866 at Knockbrack (Waterford 1866 4 1082)
John Treasy & Margt Shee
Margt Treasy b. 29 May 1773 Sp Kenny Dunphy and Elizth Crow. St. Canice's, Kilkenny city
Patt Trocy & Bridget Dowling
William Trocy b. 31 Apr 1795 Sp Daniel Hogan & Catherine Ryan. St. Canice's, Kilkenny city
Margt Tracy & Mathias Hickey
John Hickey b. Jul 1801 Sp Richd Hoyne & Mary Carrol St. Canice's, Kilkenny city
Jane Tracy b. abt 1852 m. Nicholas Power abt 1873 (LDS)
Jane Tracy/Treacy & Nicholas Power/Prides
Mary power b. 25 Jul 1875 of Newpralt Sp Thomas Brennan & Bridget Geraon St. Canice's, Kilkenny city
John Prides b. 17 Jun 1877 of N? Sp Walter Morusn & Margt Brennan St. Canice's, Kilkenny city. John Power b. 15 June 1877 of New Park Kilkenny (LDS)
Bridget Power b. 10 Mar 1879 of Newpark Sp James Phelan & Mary Creman St. Canice's, Kilkenny city
Margaret Power b. 29 Sep 1880 Newpark (LDS)
Honora Tracy & Michael Sheridan
Margaret Sheridan b. 9 Jun 1879 of Goosehill Sp Richard Quigly & Magie Donnelly St. Canice's, Kilkenny city
Bridget Sheridan b. 9 Jun 1879 of Goosehill Sp Silvester Campion & Kate Kilbride St. Canice's, Kilkenny city
Cath Tracy & John Dewing
Pat Dewing b. 13 Jan 1822 of WG Sp Jas Brenan & Nancy Tracy St. John's, Kilkenny city
Matilda Tracy & Wm Toole
Laura [Teresa] Toole b. 22 Dec 1823 of Makey Sp John Qiurth & anas Riade St. John's, Kilkenny city
James Tracy, Cestefecale 26 Apr 1830 St. John's, Kilkenny city [marriage?]
Andrew Treacy & Judith Dwyer
Mary Treacy b. 18 Dec 1842 of John's well Sp Tho Dwyer & Mary Manning St. John's, Kilkenny city
Bridget Tracey/Tracy/Treacy & John Duyer/Deegan/Dwyer [Dwyer]
Thos Deegan b. 6 Jul 1851 of JWell Sp Ethui Dwyer & Ann Blake St. John's, Kilkenny city
Catherine Duyer b. 31 Oct 1858 of John's Well Sp Wm Bridgit & Margret Blake St. John's, Kilkenny city
Michael Dwyer b. 18 Nov 1860 of Johnswell Sp John Dwyer & Jane Treacy St. John's, Kilkenny city
Andrew Tracey of Ossory Hill married Mary Hennesy 20 Feb 1860 Wit: John Tracey & Anne McDonald. St. John's, Kilkenny city
Anne Tracey & William Hogan
Catherine Hogan b. 15 Mar 1868 of Brawnstown Sp Michael Tracey & Catherine Tracey St. John's, Kilkenny city
Anne Hogan b. 18/19 June 1871 of Broinstown Sp Bryan Oneil & Margart Coor St. John's, Kilkenny city
Patrick McMahon of Maudlin? Street
Kilkenny, son of Patrick McMahon and Mary McMahon was baptized the 9 day of
St Johns Roman Catholic Church, Kilkenny [signed Patrick Treacy Oct 17 1908]
Mary Tracy & John Read
Hugh Read b. 8 Aug 1754 Sp Mich Dunphy & Catherine Murphy St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
James Reed b. 14 Jun 1771 Sp John Boew & Mary Bowe St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Sarah Trassy & James Ryan
Simon? Ryan b. 5 May 1766 of Bolton's Lane Sp Thomas Harding & Mary Harding St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Elizabeth Ryan b. 14 Nov 1773 Sp Thomas Harding & Mary Dwyer St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Michl Treacy & wife
Robert Treacy b. 14 Oct 1767 Sp William Smith & Margt St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
William Treacy b. 9 Jun 1768 Sp Willm Callagan & Catherine Callagan St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Mary Tracy/Trasy & Samuel Henderson/Anderson
Eleanor Henderson b. 23 Apr 1770 Sp Thomas Reed & Elizebeth Howes St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Michael Anderson b. 2 Oct 1774 Sp Martin Donovan & Mary Fennell St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Patrick Tracy/Trassy & Anne Shearman/Trassy
Mary Anne Tracy b. 28 Oct 1771 Sp Nicholas Kelly & Eleonarr Bray St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
John Trassy b. 5 Jul 1774 Sp Robert Sheerman & Cathy Butler St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
James Treasy & Catherine Caddle
Thomas Treasy b. 1 May 1775 Sp Nicholas Hoolehan & Judith Murphy St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
John Trasey/Tressy and wife
James Trasey b. 31 Jul 1778 Sp Joseph Martin & Cicily Bryan St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Kieran Tressy b. 18 Apr 1782 Sp Michael Clancy & Anne Martin St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
John Trecey & Catherine Tracey
Denis Trecey b. 8 Apr 1785 Sp Thomas & Elinor Reade St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
John Trecay & Cathe Walsh
Mary Trecay b. 6 Mar 1787 Sp Philip Coalman & Elizth Tagis St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
John Tracey (Trecy) b. abt 1761 St. Mary m. Catherine Walsh abt 1786 St. Mary (LDS)
Margaret Trecy b. 9 December 1788 Sp Thos Hudson & Margt Hudson St. Mary (LDS)
Elizabeth Tresy married Edwd Fitzhenry 11 Feb 1782 Wit: Pat Farrell & Judith Farrell St. Mary’s, Kilkenny city
Elizth Trecey/Trecy & Edwd/Edmd Fitzhenry
Elinor Fitzhenry b. 30 Mar 1786 Sp James Scott & Elinor Trecey St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Margt Fitz? b. 1 Oct 1788 Sp Elizth Seahy St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Robert Fitzhenry b. 27 Apr 1790 Sp Edmd Cusha & Mary Duan St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Catherine Trecey & John May
Richd May b. 1 Apr 1792 Sp Thos Nowlan & Joney NowlanSt. Mary's, Kilkenny city
James Trecy married Cathe shee 2 Jul 1795 Wit: Thos Quinlan & Cath Manigan St. Mary’s, Kilkenny city
Mary Tracey married Roger Tinan 29 Apr 1798 Wit: Martin Magher & Mary Scott St. Mary’s, Kilkenny city
Andrew Tracy married Joan Tobin of Kil? Parish 21 Feb 1798 Wit: Patrick Walsh, Ths Phelan & Patrick Tobin St. Mary’s, Kilkenny city
Mary Tracy married Pat Quigley 20 Jun 1800 Wit: Mrs Rinehan & Richd Holahan St. Mary’s, Kilkenny city
Mary Tracy & Peter Toole
Michl Toole b. 19 jan 1801 Sp William McGan & Ellis Mca Puy St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Dennis Tracy & wife
Patt Tracy b. 15 Jul 1808 Sp Miss Murphy & John Ryan St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Thomas Tracy & wife Jane Tayler/Tyler
Robert Tracy b. 5 Apr 1809 Sp Mr Tracy & Miss Keane St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
James Trasey b. 8 Jan 1815 Sp Thomas Doyle & Anne Baldwin St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Thomas Tracy b. 16 Feb 1817 Sp John & Bridget Tracy St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
John Tracy & Bridget Brennan
John Tracy b. 17 Apr 1810 Sp Bridget Clayton St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Mary Tracy & Pat Quigly?
Margaret Quigly b. 26 Nov 1814 Sp James Dwy? & Mary Quigly St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
John Treacy married Honora Foran of Kilmasose? [Kilmacow?] on the 15 Feb 1820 Wit: John Courey, Patrick Treacy & Wm? Foran St. Mary’s, Kilkenny city
Mary Tracy married James Sinnot of Kilarpe [Killaspy Dunkitt - Kilmacow RC] on the 5 Oct 1834 Wit: James Sinnot & Sally Corcoran St. Mary’s, Kilkenny city
Wm Treacy married Cathe Walsh of Ballynooney [Kilbeacon - Mullinavate RC] 16 Feb 1838 Wit: Pat Treacy & Cathe Nowtet St. Mary’s, Kilkenny city
Thomas Tracy/Tracey & Elisabeth/Eliza Brown
Robt Tracy b. 11 Mar 1846 Sp James Calligan & Anne Stokes St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Catherine Tracy b. 21 Dec 1848 Sp Katheen Kealy & Mary McCann St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
John Tracey b. 14 Mar 1851 Sp James Freeman & Margret Flynn St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Thomas Tracy b. 11 Jun 1853 Sp James Reily & Bridget McDonagh St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Anty Tracy & Jeremiah Walsh
Anastasia Walsh b. 19 Jun 1848 Sp Margret Murphy St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
James Tracey married Catherine Bolger 31 Jul 1848 Wit: Michael Mulhall & Mary Bolger St. Mary’s, Kilkenny city
James Tracy & Catherine Bolger
Bridget Tracy b. 5 Feb 1850 Sp Patrick Gorman & Mary Vernon St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Judith Tracy b. 27 Feb 1852 Sp Martin Donovan & Bridget Bolger St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
William Tracy b. 28 Nov 1853 Sp Michael Bolger & Bridget Carmick St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Martin Tracey b. 3/5 Oct 1858 of Waterpark Sp John Walsh of Waterpark & Wm D Cormack of Waterpark St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Bridget Tracy b. 28 Mar/1 Apr 1861 of Watergate Sp Joseph Nolan & Catherine Calen? St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Kyran Tracy b. 19/20 Nov 1863 of Horse Barnack Lane Sp Michael Roach & Mary Lawlor St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Patrick Tracy married Mary Mannering 12 Feb 1851 Wit: Con McNammara & Judy Bale St. Mary’s, Kilkenny city
Thomas Tracy of Pennyfeather Lane (s. of Thos Tracy & Jane Miller of Grands Lane) married Mary Freeman of Walkin Street (d. of James Reilly & Mary Bourke of James's Gillin) on the 31 Jan 1865 Wit: James Reilly of Callan & Anne Neill of Walkin Street St. Mary’s, Kilkenny city
Thomas Tracy/Tracey & Mary Reilly
Thomas Tracy b. 23/28 Aug 1865 of Kelly's Lane Sp John Tracy & Elisa Kennedy St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Robert Tracey b. 26/28 Jun 1868 of Kelly's Lane Sp Robert Tracey & Kate Tracey St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Elizabeth Tracey b. 31 Mar/4 Apr 1870 of Poyntz Lane Sp Margaret Hennessy St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
John Trasy b. 25/27 Apr 1870 of Poyntz Lane Sp Margaret Kelly St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Thomas Tracy (mothers name) b. 16/17 Sep 1876 of New Building Lane Sp Mary Nary (Note: Jugans hic Thomas Tracy si intest non fuit es parent but matrimonis jusitis) St. Mary's, Kilkenny city
Captain Thomas Treacy, Commandant IRA Kilkenny, Commandant Ballykinlar Camp & Kilkenny City Councillor
Thomas Treacy, of 30 Dean Street, Kilkenny...In September 1918, while 'on the run', he resided in the house of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Anne O'Regan, 30, Dean St., Kilkenny
(Michael) Thomas [Tom] Treacy b. 1890 [Michael Tracy b. 1886?] d. 1979 (s. of Francis and Catherine Treacy 1851-1939) 15 Dean Street Kilkenny, Clerk in probate m. July-Sept 1915 Kilkenny, to Elizabeth [Liz] O'Regan b. 1893 [State Reg: Kilkenny Jul - Sep 1915 vol.3 page 419]
Oonah Anne Treacy [State Reg Una Anne Treacy, Kilkenny Oct - Dec 1918 vol 3 page 331]
Philip Treacy [State Reg Kilkenny Oct - Dec 1922 vol 3 page 299]
Philomena Ena Treacy [State Reg Philomena Catherine Treacy, Kilkenny Jul - Sep 1924 vol 2 page 330
Canice Treacy [State Reg: Kilkenny Apr - Jun 1928 vol 3 page 329 ]
Mary "Gertrude" Gertie Treacy [State Reg Mary G Treacy, Kilkenny Apr - Jun 1930 vol 3 page 330] & Thomas Boran
Sean Treacy [John? Multiple dates]
Patrick Paddy Treacy [State Reg Kilkenny Oct - Dec 1932 vol 3 page 299]
Thomas Treacy (1885 -14/5/1975), 30 Dean Street, Kilkenny, County Kilkenny
Thomas Treacy, bacheler, probate clerk, of Dean St married Elizabeth O'Regan, Spinster, shop assistant, of Madlin St on the 6 Sep 1915 Wit: John Stafford & Madge McCarthy St John's RC Kilkenny (M. Treacy, Superintendaent Register Kilkenny 22nd September 1953)
Mrs Gertrude Boran, No.11 Irishtown, Kilkenny [daughter]
Thomas Treacy, was formerly Superintendaent Register Kilkenny, retired 31 Jan 1953, b.1885
Catherine Treacy, 60, F, 15 Dean Street Lower, Kilkenny No. 1 Urban, Kilkenny (head, widow, married for 15 years, 9 child 6 alive)
Michael Thos Treacy, 24, M, Dean Street Lower, Kilkenny No. 1 Urban, Kilkenny (son, clerk in probate & Estate office, single)
September 27, 1939 Irish Press
The death occurred, last evening, at her residence, Dean St., Kilkenny, of Mrs. Catherine Trcacy, widow of Mr. John Treacy. She was mother of Mr. Thomas Treacy Secretary of the Kilkenny Co. Board of Health, who held a distinguished record in the Old I.R.A. He was Commandant of the Kilkenny Brigade, during- the Black-and-Tan time; was arrested after Easter Week, and interned in Ballykinlar. Mrs. Treacy's house was raided by Crown forces on several occasions. The remains will be removed, at 1 o 'clock, this evening' to St. Canice. ' s Church, Kilkenny, and the funeral takes place after Requiem Mass at 10.30 to-morrow (Thursday) to St. Rioch's Cemetery.
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.
15th Feb 1981 It happened this week
Kilkenny priest for Washington
Very Rev. Canice Treacy, youngest son of Thomas and Mrs Treacy, 30 Dean Street, Kilkenny, left Shannon Airport on Sunday night, for Washington, USA, where he will take up his sacred duties.
Compound Staff Officers –
Front row (L-R) Art O’Donnell, Mossie Donegan, Joseph McGrath, Dr. Richard Hayes, Dr. T.F. O’Higgins
Back row (L-R) Thomas Meldon, Barney O’Driscoll, Thomas Treacy, D. Hogan.
Liam O'Duibhir (2013) Prisoners of War - Ballykinlar Internment Camp 1920-1921. Mercier Press.
Thos Tracy? & Anty Poor mother?
Thos Tracy, bastard, b. 18 Nov 1826 Sp Nelly Poor St. Patrick's, Kilkenny city
Thomas Tracy & Mary Ryan
Jane Tracy b. 17 Sep 1871 of Patricks? Street? lm Sp Patriction Hanrahan & Ellen Pain St. Patrick's, Kilkenny city
Anty Tracy m. John Brenan 28 February Thomastown (LDS)
Cath Tracy m. Simon Cahill 15 February 1821 Thomastown (LDS)
Cath Tracy m. Edward Shortal 17 November 1813 Thomastown (LDS)
Cath Tracy m. Patrick Walsh 17 February 1817 Thomastown (LDS)
1. Denis Tracy m. Catherine Murphy 2.4.1841 Mung
1.1 Mary, 25.5.1846, Mung
1.2 Richard 8.5.1849 Mung
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)
1.3 Patrick Treacy m. Mary Ann Conway 19/2/1895 at Mong/Ruppa (Thomastown 1895 1st Quarter 4 591)
1.3.1 Denis Tracy b. 7/2/1896 Ruppa (Thomastown 1896 1st quarter 4 669)
1911 Census Ruppa
Patrick Treacy, Head, 50, Farmer
Mary Treacy, Wife, 46
1.3.1 Michael Treacy, Son, 14 (No Michael recorded anywhere for 1890's. May be Denis 1.2.1)
1.3.2 Kate Treacy, Daughter, 11 (Could be Thomastown 2nd Quarter 1899 4 689 - Bridget or Catherine)
1.3.3 Richard Treacy, Son, 10
1.3.4 Patrick Treacy, Son, 7
1.3.5 Bridget Treacy, Daughter, 3
Edwd (Ned) (Edmond) (Edmund) Tracy m. Mary Gool(e)y 2.3.??, Killarney
Cath b. 8 January 1838 Thomastown (LDS) Kiljames (KJT)
Anne b. 4 June 1840 Thomastown (LDS) Kiljames (KJT)
Mary b. 4 April 1842 Thomastown (LDS) Kiljames (KJT)
Ewd b. 30 June 1844 Thomastown (LDS)
Richard b. 20 July 1848 Thomastown (LDS) Kiljames (KJT)
Judy b. 3 June 1864 Thomastown (LDS)
Eliza b. 30 August 1851 Thomastown (LDS)
Thomas b. 16 May 1854 Thomastown (LDS)
Margt b. 8 October 1856 Thomastown (LDS)
James Treacy m. Bridg Wallis 23 February 1819 Thomastown (LDS)
John Treacy (b. 29.6.1882, Smithstown d. 20.02.1935 age 52) & Mary Kate Sommers (b. 1899 d. 25.03.1970 age 70)
William, 6.10.1907, Smithstown (Died 07.12.1990)
James, 3.12.1908, Darbystown
Patrick, 19.4.1910, Darbystown (Died 07.04.1989)
Thomas, 1.9.1911, Smithstown
Michael, 27.8.1913, Smithstown
John, 24.2.1915, Smithstown
Mary, 21.7.1916, Smithstown
John Treacy m. Alice Walsh 21 February 1811 Thomastown (LDS)
Mary Tracy m. Thomas Sheehan 3 May 1816 Thomastown (LDS)
Mary Tracey m. John Woods 15.10.1872, "Pipe Street, Thomastown" (Thomastown 1872 19 415)
James, 10.1.1873, "Pipe Street, Thomastown"
Judith, 3.2.1876, "Pipe Street, Thomastown"
Patrick, 19.2.1878, Ladywell
John, 8.9.1880 (or 1879), "Pipe Street, Thomastown"
Michael Tracy & Margaret Carney 29.1.1817 Thomastown (LDS)
Mary, 8.11.1822?, Legan
Mary, 4.6.1825, W. Jerpoint
Judith, 17.10.1828, W. Jerpoint
Michael Treacy m. Judith Walsh 12 February 1819 Thomastown (LDS)
Nicholas Tracey (b. Thomastown, Ireland) & Mary Tracey (b. Haverstown, Ireland)
Peter Tracey (b. 02 Apr 1870 Thomastown, Iowa d. 05 Jan 1930 Chicago, Cook, Illinois) Occupation: Flagman - Street Car Residence: Chicago, Cook, Illinois (LDS)
Robert Treacy (s. of Robert Treacy) m. Eliza Sloane (d. of Charles Sloane) 18 Dec 1851 Thomastown, Kilk, Ire
Eliza Tracy Or Sloan (d. of Charles Sloan, widowed) m. Henry Palmer (s. of John Palmer, single) 26 Nov 1863 Thomastown, Kilkenny, Ireland
Jacobus Tracy (s. of Thomas Tracy & Helena of Thomastown) of 4 Coombe m. Teresa O Neil (d. of Arthur O Neil & Brigida of 4 Coombe) of 4 Coombe on 11 November 1860 Wit: Richardus Gorey of 41 Mercer St & Vaddelia McGrath of 41 New Row. St Nicholas parish Dublin.
Martin Tracy, d. 30 May 1970, age: 68yr, h/o Mary, Blackwell, [AR]
Mary Tracy, d. 14 Oct 1984, age: 80yr, w/o Martin, [AR]
Chapel Lane Catholic Old Cemetery, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland.
Erected by, Mrs. Mary Walsh, of Lowerluhee? In memory of her beloved husband, Michael, who departed this life, November 23rd 1833, aged 70 years, and the above, Mary Alice Tracy, who departed this life, April 1840, aged, 78 years.
Jerpoint Abbey, nr. Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny
Here lieth the body of Luke Tracy and Mary Tracy his wife, also the body of James his son and Margaret, Elinor, Catherine, his daughters. This stone was erected by the desire of Catherine in honour of her father and mother. She departed this life Oct 21st 1799 aged 21 years
Erected by Richard Treacy of Kiljames in memory of his daughter Elizabeth Treacy who departed this life 12th May 1831 aged 21 years. Also her sister Catherine Treacy who departed this life 21st April 1832 aged 22 years and the above named Richard Treacy died Feb 23rd 1833 aged 63 years. His wife Catherine Treacy died Dec 18th 1834 aged 66 years, and his daughter Mary Sheehy, Graigue, died March 9th 1861 aged 66 years
[The Richard Treacy of no. 2 is
listed as a Tithe defaulter from 1831.]
Sacred to the memory of Mrs Mary Treacy alias Keran who departed this life the 15th Nov. 1810 aged 63 years. Also her son Patrick Treacy who departed this life March 17th 1817 aged 40 years. Also Mary Treacy died July 9th 1819 aged (?) 7 years
Gravestone in Thomastown new graveyard for Richard Treacy who is interred in Kilcurl (although not included on the gravestones there)
In Loving Memory Of
Who Died 8th Oct 1921
(Interred in Kilcurl)
His Wife Mary
Died 2nd Mar 1952
His Daughter Mary
Died 18th Sept 1968
His Son Patrick
Died 20th Sept 1970
Died 20th June 1975
Kilkenny GAA Bible 2011
Thomastown GAA Kilkenny
From the late 1950’s until 1972 there were two hurling clubs in Thomastown – Thomastown and Thomastown Rangers. The Rangers club drew mainly from the southern and western sides of the parish though the town and other parts of the parish were always represented. The Forristal, Neill, Bookle, O’Keeffe, Treacy, Donnelly and McEntee families are those who most readily come to mind when one thinks back on the players and officials of the Rangers Club.
Paul Treacy 1987 (Thomastown VS) All Ireland Vocational Individual Schools Inter County Senior Hurling. 1988 All Ireland Minor Championship. 1990 U21 All Ireland. 1991 finalist, 1993 finalist, 1994 finalist, 1995 All Ireland Junior Hurling
Brendan Treacy Thomastown – 1988 Finalist County Senior Hurling Championship
Kevin Treacy Thomastown – 1988 Finalist County Senior Hurling Championship
Treacy Brothers of Bennettsbridge
The Treacy were a typical large Irish family. Five brothers, Martin, Jim, Paddy, Sean and Willie won senior hurling championships with Bennettsbridge on the same day when Bennettsbridge beat Glenmore by 4-9 to 1-4 in 1964. Martin and Jim were both members of the Kilkenny team for a short period before the elder was forced to retire. Martin is the elder by more than a half dozen years.
Martin Treacy of Bennettsbridge, Kilkenny. His honours include Kilkenny Oireachtas 1959. County Senior Hurling Championship 1959, 1960, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968 Finalist. Leinster Senior Hurling 1959, 1963. National League 1964/5 Finalist, All Ireland Senior Hurling Team 1959 finals. He was a left-corner back on the Kilkenny team that beat Waterford in the All Ireland Senior Hurling Champion 1963.
Sean Treacy of Bennettsbridge and St Patrick’s (Ballyragget), Kilkenny. His honours include County Senior Hurling Championship 1960, 1964, 1965. All Ireland Minor Championship 1962
Paddy Treacy of Bennettsbridge and Rower-Inistioge GAA club, Kilkenny. His honours include County Senior Hurling Championship 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968 Finalist, 1971, 1972 Finalist, 1974 Finalist. All Ireland Minor Championship 1973. All Ireland Vocational Schools Inter County Senior Hurling 1972.
Jim Treacy of Bennettsbridge, Kilkenny. The great left-corner back of the 1960’s and early ‘70’s. His honours include Kilkenny Oireachtas 1964 Finalist, 1965 Finalist, 1966 captain, 1967, 1869. County Senior Hurling Championship 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968 Finalist, 1971, 1972 Finalist, 1974 Finalist. Leinster Senior Hurling 1964, 1965 Finalist, 1966, 1967, 1968 Finalist, 1969, 1970 Finalist, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974. National League 1964/5 Finalist, 1965/6, 1966/7 Finalist, 1867/8 Finalist. All Ireland Senior Hurling Team finals 1964, 1966, 1971, 1978. All Ireland Senior Hurling Champion 1963, 1967 (captain), 1969, 1972, 1974, 1975. All Star 1967, 1971 and 1972. Railway Cup (Leinster) 1967, 1971, 1972 captain, 1973.
1967 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions
Sean Treacy (FF) councilor Thomastown electoral area, Kilkenny 2009.
Denis? Treacy m. Mary Dwyer 14.5.1845 Hoodsgrove
Ellen Treacy m. James Rellis 25.1.1858 Glenpipe
John, 27.12.1858, Glenpipe
Martin, 29.9.1861 or 1860, Glenpipe
Anty, 13.4.1863 or 13.3.1863, Glenpipe
Thomas, ?21.6.1865, Ballymagill
James, 20.1.1868, Glenpipe
Patrick, 8.3.1870, Glenpipe
Peter, 26.7.1872, Glenpipe
Anty, 30.12.1874, Glenpipe
Patrick, 12.9.1877, Glenpipe
Richard, 18.8.1882, Glenpipe
James Treacy m. Catherine Connell, 24.4.1839, Mullinakill (Mullennakill?)
Bridget, 31.1.1840, Mullinakill
Patrick, 5.10.1841, Mullinakill
William, 3.9.1843, Mullinakill
Ellen, 29.5.1845, Mullinakill
Patt, 5.5.1847, Mullinakill
John, 19.3.1850, Mullinakill
? George, 8.6.1853, Mullinakill
Judy, 28.3.1856, Mullinakill
Ellen, 5.11.1858, Mullinakill
Thomas, 6.8.1861, Mullinakill
James Treacey & Bridget Whelan
William b. 20/5/1882 Mullinakill (New Ross 1882 2nd quarter 4 736)
Michael Treacy m. Mary Malone 3.2.1842 Mullinakill
Patt, 26.11.1844, Glenpipe
Judy, 13.6.1848, Mullinakill
Michael Treacy & Mary Reade (or Reid)
Mary, 15.4.1841, Glenpipe
Laurence, 26.1.1843, Glenpipe
William, 21.1.1844, Glenpipe
Ellen, 15.11.1845, Glenpipe
Pat, 20.9.1848, Glenpipe
Pat Treassy & Ellen Malone
Bridget, 31.1.1842, Mullinakill
Patt Treacy & Mary Prendergast
Laurence, 21.1.1845, Mullinakill
Mary, 2.5.1847, Mullinakill
John, 9.6.1849, Mullinakill
Mary Treacy m. John Malone 21/11/1867 at Ballymagill (New Ross 1867 19 418) (Ballymackillagill???)
Mary Treacy m. Thomas Waters 12/11/1884 at Ballymagill (New Ross 1884 4th quarter 4 329)
Thomas Tracy & Judy Cody
Thomas, ?.10.1852, Tullogher
The following two Thomas Tracey's were cousins, both lived in Ballymagill, and married two Mackey's Ellen & Mary. It is not known if Mary & Ellen were related to each other.
Thomas Treacy & Ellen Mackey
John Treacy b. 12/11/1867 Ballymagill (New Ross 1867 19 834) (LDS)
Ellen Tracy b. 24/6/1870 Ballymagill (New Ross 1870 14 872) (LDS)
Thomas Treacy & Mary Mackey
Denis b. 31/1/1864 Ballymagill (New Ross 1864 4 755) Dysartmoon (LDS)
Mary b. 29/4/1866 Ballymagill (New Ross 1866 9 862) Dysartmoon (LDS)
Richard Treacy b. 24/12/1868 Ballymagill (New Ross 1869 4 975) (LDS)
1. William Tr(e)acy (b. 1837 17.2.1894 age 56) m. Mary D(r)ay/Dae/Dea (b. 1840 05.03.1919 age 78) 13.2.1862, Ballymartin
1.1 Mary, 8.11.1862, Smithstown
1.2 Bridget, 5.1.1866 or 1865, Smithstown (?New Ross 1865 4 895) 1865 Dysartmoon (LDS)
1.3 Thomas, 24.3.1867, Smithstown (New Ross 1867 4 914) 23 March 1867 Dysartmoon (LDS)
1.4 Patt, 20.9.1869 OR 23.10.1869, Smithstown (New Ross 1869 19 831)
1.5 Ellen, 7.1.1873 OR 18.1,1873, Smithstown OR Glenpipe (New Ross 1873 4 968)
1.6 James, 1.1.1878 OR 24/12/1877, Smithstown OR Glenpipe (New Ross 1st Quarter 1878 4 87)
1.7 Catherine, 23.3.1880, Smithstown (Died 20.11.1942)
1.8 John, 29.6.1882, Smithstown (Died 20.02.1935 age 52)
1911 Census Smithstown
John Treacey, Head, 27, Agricultural labourer (Son of William Treacy & Mary Day from gravestone)
Mary Kate Treacy, Wife, 25 (Mary Kate Sommers)
1.8.1 William Treacey, Son, 4
1.8.2 James Treacey, Son, 2
1.8.3 Patrick Treacey, Son, 1
1.9 Michael, 31.8.1884, Smithstown (New Ross 3rd Quarter 1884 4 701)
Laurence Laherty & Catherine Quinn at Kilmacow Parish
Catherine born Cappagh 20/11/1868 bapt. 22/11/1868 Sponsors: Joseph son of Edmond of Narrabane & Biddy Tracy daughter of William of Tullehor, Rbercon
Gravestone in Mullinarrigle (Tullagher & Rosbercon) for William Treacy & wife Mary Day and children.
Michael Tracey Riverdale resident (died 19 Dec 1961):
Michael Tracey, 77, of 6140 Delafield Ave., Riverdale, a retired foreman for the New York City Department of Sanitation, died unexpectedly Tuesday at his home of a heart attack. A Riverdale resident for the past 12 years, Mr Tracey was born in County Kilkenny, Ireland, Aug. 20 1884, son of William and Mary Tracey, and came to this country 56 years ago. He married the former Katherine Hill in New York City Nov. 1, 1914 He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and a parishioner of St. Margaret's Church in Riverdale. Surviving are his wife; two daughters, Mrs Thomas (Mary Katherine) Foley and Mrs Patrick (Ann) McGowan of Riverdale; and five grandchildren. His son William J Tracey died Oct. 31
Herald Statesman, Yonkers, Thursday December 21, 1961
John Treacy Tullogher – 1963 Finalist, County Senior Hurling Championship
332. Rev. James Treacy, was born at Ballymagill, county Kilkenny, Ireland, May 12, 1857. He made his collegiate studies at Knocktopher, and mental philosophy and one year of theology in St. John's College, Waterford. September, 1883, he was received by Bishop Gilmour as a student for the Diocese of Cleveland and sent to St. Mary's Seminary, Cleveland. January 8, 1885, he was elevated to the priesthood, and on the 20th of the same month entered on the discharge of his duties as one of the assistants at the cathedral. Not of strong frame, and never of robust health, he soon showed signs of failing strength. His condition growing worse, in spite of prompt medical care, he obtained from his bishop, in May, 1887, an indefinite leave of absence to return to his native Ireland, where he hoped to find relief. He came back to Cleveland in October, 1888, very little improved in health. One month later, on the advice of his physicians, he went to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where, in the well known sanitarium, under the efficient charge of the Sisters of Charity, he gained steadily in strength for many months, and his hopes for recovery brightened. But grim death only dallied with its victim. Consumption had gone too far in its destructive course to leave hope for recovery. When he finally realized that his end was near, he cheerfully awaited the final summons. Fortified with all the Rites of Holy Church, he yielded his soul to God on Friday morning, March 21, 1890. Father Treacy was a priest of gentle piety and prudent zeal. He had also a sweetness of soul, which constantly won men to God, and made him a favorite with all who knew him. Charity, modesty, and a spirit of priestly obedience richly blended in his character.
Houck, George Francis (1887) The church in northern Ohio and in the diocese of Cleveland: from 1749 to 1890. Cleveland.
Rev. James Treacy, was born in Ireland, May 12, 1857. He made his collegiate studies and one year of theology in Ireland. September, 1883, he was received as a student for the diocese of Cleveland; was ordained January 8, 1885, and appointed as one of the assistants at the Cathedral. Not of strong frame, and never of robust health, he soon showed signs of failing strength, and consumption. In May, 1887, he was given an indefinite leave of absence, to return to his native Ireland. He returned in October, 1888, very little improved in health. One month later he went to Santa Fe, but his ailment had gone too far in its destructive course to leave hope for recovery. Grim Death summoned him, March 21. 1890. His remains were brought to Cleveland and laid to rest in St. John's Cemetery. Father Treacy had a sweetness of soul which won men to God, and made him a favorite with all who knew him.
The principal facts in the career of the Rev. James J. Farrell, pastor of St. Joseph's Church, Alliance, Ohio, may be plainly set down as follows:
He was born in the county of Kilkenny, Ireland, October 18, 1860. His parents were Patrick and Catherine (Treacy) [of Kilcurl] Farrell, who were also natives of that part of the country. He began early in life to prepare himself for the priesthood. His parents seconded the promptings of his heart and afforded him every advantage in their power, not the least of which was a good example. When sufficiently advanced in years and knowledge, he entered the famous monastery of St. Kierans, in Kilkenny, and there made his more advanced studies.
In 1880, before he had attained his majority, the missionary spirit impelled him to emigrate to the United States. On application he was received into the Diocese of Cleveland as an ecclesiastical student. To complete his divinity studies he entered the Diocesan Seminary, and, after a four and one-half years' course, he was admitted to Holy Orders by Bishop Gilmour, January 8, 1885…
Carr, Michael W (1903) A History of Catholicity in Northern Ohio and in the Diocese of Cleveland. Vol II. Cleveland.
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James b. 10/8/1806
Honoar Trassy of Pudding lane married William Montir of Urlingford [Kilkenny] 2 Dec 1798 Wit: James Fogarty, Michael Fogarty & others Thurles Parish
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Judy b. 20/11/1806
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Margaret b. 25/5/1805
Judy Tracey & Timothy Gorman
Margaret b. 25/5/1805
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Thomas b. 23/1/1806
Thomas Brophy & Hanora Hanly
William b. 7 December 1860 Upper Rossenany Wit: Thomas Treacy & Bridget Sheehan
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