January 15, 1911 New York tribune.
Dr. Samuel Gately Tracy, M.D.
Dr. Samuel Gately Tracy was born in 1867 in New York City, the son of William Tracey and Catherine McCabe.
He attended Hamilton College New York and graduated from Bellevue Medical College in 1890. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Hamilton in 1894 in consideration of the scientific work done by him since he left that college.
He is best remembered for his work on electricity and radium. He was a frequent contributor to newspapers on various topics concerning public health.
He died in 1942 in Manhattan New York aged 71 years.
1890 Education: M.D., Bellevue Hospital Medical College,
1890, New York, NY
1890-1892 Bellevue Hospital Medical College, Assistant
Chairman of Diseases of Children, New York, NY,
1900 Medical director of the American Institute of
Electro Therapeutics (incorporated)
1910 Health and Longevity Club, founder, secretary and treasurer.
Samuel G. Tracy, BSC, MD, (1908) High Frequency Electricity to Retard Old Age: Influence of High Frequency Currents in retarding senility, with remarks on a new apparatus. The Naturopath and Herald of Health, 9(7), 210-211.
Thorium : A Radio-Active Substance With Therapeutical Possibilities. By Dr. Samuel, G. Tracy. Scientific American Supplement 1470.
Radium In Medicine. By Dr. Samuel, G. Tracy. Scientific American Supplement 1455. A Resume Of Recent Special Studies Of Radium And Radio-Activity. Scientific American Supplements 1468 And 1471.
29 Nov 1890 Utica Morning Herald (NY) [very bad copy]
An Emerson Society Reunion.
The alumni of the Emerson literary society of Hamilton college living in New York city, have issued a program for their first annual reunion, to be held this evening at the hospitable home of Dr. Samuel G. Tracy. M. D. No. 25, West 55th street....
June 5 1894 The Sun (NY)
Frightened into making a hasty arrest
Dr. Samuel G. Tracy of 25 West Fifty-fifth street, went to Patrolman Holmes of the East Fifty-first street police station, who was on duty at the upper end of Sixth avenue on Sunday, and to told him that liquor was being sold at Brodie's Cafe. Sixth avenue and Fifty-eighth street. The policeman, accompanied Dr. Tracy to the place. The bartender was behind the bar. and there was a man sitting at one of the tables. Holmes arrested the bartender...
1894 The Hamilton Review
Hamilton will confer the degree of B.S. on Dr. Samuel G. Tracy, of New York city, at the Commencement time. Dr. Tracy entered college with the class of '89, but remained only two years with his class. After leaving college he entered Bellevue Medical College, from which he graduated in 1890, The degree will be granted in consideration of the scientific work done by him since he left college
Dec 16 1900 The Sunday Telegraph (NY) [see file]
Modern Methods Make Miracles...Hot Medicated Oxygen...Dr. Samuel G. Tracy, medical director of the American Institute of Electro Therapeutics (incorporated), of 43 West Thirty-fourth street...
20 Feb 1901 Corning Journal
Dr. Samuel G. Tracy, of No. 43 West Thirty-fourth street, New York city, has perfected an apparatus which promises to be very beneficial to those afflicted with defective hearing. It is a device for magnifying sound and by means of it ordinary conversation is made audible to those whose ears are deaf even to shouting, so it is said.
Aug 25 1901 The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Arverne...Avery Inn...Dr. Samuel G. Tracy, Miss R. B. Tracy...
Feb 14 1904 The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
A lecture on radium. Dr Samuel G. Tracy...
Mar 23 1905 The Brooklyn Daily Eagle [see file]
Hope for Epileptics by X-Ray Treatment
July 2, 1905 The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Allenhurst NJ...among the late New York arrivals at the Curlew [hotel] are...Dr. Samuel G. Tracy...
January 25, 1908 Spirit of the Age (Woodstock, Vermont)
Here are three suggestive rules laid down by Dr. Samuel G. Tracy:
1. Keep mouth, teeth, tonsils and nose clean.
2. Keep vital resistance of the body up to the standard.
3. Breathe plenty of fresh air, both in the house and out of it, but protect the body from cold and draughts by proper clothing. It Is necessary to keep the mouth, nose, tonsils, etc, clean, because the mucous membrane of these parts, especially the tonsils, ls not infrequently the port of entry of the germs of several, infectious diseases, as influenza, pneumonia and acute rheumatism. The little depressions in the tonsils are a favourite place for these germs to lodge; when the tonsils are, Inflamed and the vlial resistance of the body lowered from any cause,
Oct 28 1909 The Brooklyn Daily Eagle [see file]
"Danger in Barber Shops"
Samuel G. Tracy, 240 West One Hundred and Second street, Manhattan
1910 The Hamilton Record
Dr. Samuel G. Tracy. ela. 240 West 109d street, New York.
January 15, 1911 New York tribune.
Dr. Samuel G. Tracy.
The normal age of a man ought to be 125 years instead of the palmists three score and ten. This is the belief of Dr. Tracy. organiser of the Health and Longevity Club. "I believe," he said recently. "that a man should live five times his age after reaching maturity, which is generally twenty-five, and which would make man's allotted time on earth 125 Instead of the Biblical threescore and ten. Centenarians should be the rule instead of the exception, in fact, a man should not begin to age until he is eighty, and at one hundred he should be in possession of the vitality and faculties of the average man of fifty to-day." In order to attain to longevity in America Dr. Tracy says: "We must cultivate our digestion and our dispositions. We must learn to be cheerful and placid and mild." He thinks the American has a better chance to attain to longevity, because the "climatic conditions are generally favorable, and, what is more important, the stock is not worn out."
Jan 18 1911 New York Herald
A meeting of the Health and Longevity Club was held at the Waldorf-Astoria last Thursday evening...The musical programme was as follows...the founder, Dr. Samuel G. Tracy, on methods of retarding old age...and Dr. Samuel G, Tracy, secretary and treasurer.
Nov 5, 1911 The Brooklyn Daily Eagle [see file]
Diathermy's Many Uses Described By Physician
Dr. Samuel G. Tracy tells of wonders of new electrical treatment.
Feb 1, 1914 The Brooklyn Daily Eagle [see file]
Says Radium Water Has Medical Value
Dr. Samuel G. Tracy describes curative effects of the solution
Mar 14 1916 New York Herald
Dr. Samuel G. Tracy, of No. 240-West 102d street, who passed the autumn and Winter on the Pacific coast, has returned to New York.
6 Nov 1916 The Daily Argus (NY)
Happenings in North Pelham...Real estate
Cleland Martha M to Samuel G Tracy, 240 W 102d st N.Y. Ovt 16; 24, '16...$1
1918 New York Medical Journal
Personal. Dr. Samuel G. Tracy, of New York, has been placed in charge of the physiotherapeutic department of the Hotel Chamberlin, Fortress Monroe, Va.
Jan 23, 1921 The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Tampa, Fla...recent arrivals...Dr. Samuel G. Tracy...
Land Records & Wills
Philip Tracy b. 1803 of Ballygar Town, Hermitage & Drinaun Killeroran and Cloonlyon Killian (brother of Malachy Christopher Tracy)
Malachy Tracy b. 1799 of Ballygar Killeroran (brother Patrick Tracy and Thomas Tracy of Killeroran his eldest son)
William Tracy, Ballygar Town [Killeroran
Thomas Tracy b. 1821 eldest son of William Tracy (dead in 1833), of Ballygar
Jas Tracey [& Co], Shanbally [Shanballymore], Killeroran Galway, 1834
Pat & Mat Tracey, Ballygar, Killeroran, Galway, 1834
Philip Tracey, Ballygar, Killeroran, Galway, 1834
William [Tacey Ballygar, Killeroran, Galway, 1834 page missing in index]
William Tracey, Ballyfaris, Killeroran, Galway, 1834
Wm Tracey, Ballygar, Killeroran, Galway, 1834
Poverty Relief Loans
Bat [Pat?] J Tracey, 1843, Guarantor or witness, Ballygar, Galway, Security note book
Cath Tracy, 1835, Guarantor or witness, Ballygar, Galway, Security note book
Edw Tracy, 1839, Guarantor or witness, Ballygar, Galway, Security note book
Frances Tracy, 1838, Borrower, Ballygar, Galway, Security note book
James Tracy, 1835-1843, Guarantor or witness, Ballygar, Galway, Loan account book
Malachy Tracy, 1835-7, Guarantor or witness, Ballygar, Galway, Loan account book
Michael Tracey, 1842-3, Borrower, Ballygar, Galway, Security note book
Pat Tracy, 1834-1844, Guarantor or witness, Ballygar, Galway, Loan account book
Pat I Tracy, 1845, Guarantor or witness, Ballygar, Galway, Security note book
Pat J Tracy, 1835-9, Guarantor or witness, Ballygar, Galway, Security note book
Pat T Tracy, 1835, Guarantor or witness, Ballygar, Galway, Loan account book
Philip Tracy, 1835-8, Guarantor or witness, Ballygar, Galway, Loan account book
Thomas Tracy, 1842-3, Borrower, Ballygar, Galway, Loan account book
W V Tracy, 1836, Borrower, Ballygar, Galway, Security note book
Wm Tracy, 1835-1843, Borrower, Ballygar, Galway, Loan account book
Wm J Tracy, 1836, Borrower, Ballygar, Galway, Loan account book
1 January 1842 (TH) Registry of Freeholders - Tuam Sessions
59. Philip Tracy, Ballygar, Yeoman, Freeholder, House and Lands, Ballygar, Kilroran, Killyan, £10
60. William Tracy, Ballygar, Yeoman, Freeholder, House and Lands, Ballygar, Kilroran, Killyan, £10
61. Malachy Tracy, Kilroran, Yeoman, Freeholder, House and Lands, Kilroran, Kilroran, Killyan, £10
62. Patrick Tracy, Kilroran, Yeoman, Freeholder, House and Lands, Kilroran, Kilroran, Killyan, £10
41. Thomas Tracy, Killeroran [Galway], 16a/2r/19p, £11 rent, Lease dated 1st day of August 1855 from D.H. Kelly esq, to Thomas Tracy, for one life, or for 31 years from 1st Nov 1854, lease reserves woods mines etc.
42. Mr. Philip Tracy, Killeroran [Galway], 25a/0r/11p, £14.13.0 rent, Lease dated 29th April 1853 from D.H. Kelly esq, to Mr. Philip Tracy, for the lives of the lessee then aged 50 years, Thomas K. Mahon, Esq, eldest son of John Mahon, of Thornfield in the county of Galway and his Royal highness the Prince of Wales, or 31 years from 1st Nov 1850. All said lives are in being. Lease reserves woods mines etc. The rent payable by this tenant has been reduced by 5s peracre for 28 perches of the land of Ballygar, which are included in this lease, persuant to the order of the Court, bearing date the 15th December 1862.
43. Same (late Malachy), Killeroran [Galway], 20a/3r/7p, £10.11.10 rent, Lease dated 28th January 1839 from Rev. Armstrong Kelly and D.H. Kelly esq, to Malachy Tracy, for the lives of the Queen, Malachy Tracy, aged 40 years and Thomas Tracy, eldest son of Patrick Tracy, his brother, or any such part of 31 years as shall remain unexpired on the death of the survivor. Lease excepts Chapel and Chapel-yard, and all woods mines etc...Tenant to be allowed £5 yearly during his life out of the rent for ground at the back of the chapel of Ballygar.
44. Same, Killeroran [Galway], 3a/3r/19p, £2.5.0 £1.1.0 rent, tenant from year to year,
45. Same, Killeroran [Galway], 0/0/29p. £0.0.1 rent, Old Chapel Yard - Lease dated 18th April 1861, from D.H. Kelly Esq, to Philip Tracy, for 3 lives or 31 years from 1st November 1850. Lease reserves woods mines etc.
84. Rev. William M'Gauran, 0a/3r/20p, Pepper-corn rent, Lease dated 23rd February 1857 from DH Kelly, Esq, to Reverend E. Wallace, Peter Dignan and Philip Tracy for ever. This is a Roman Catholic Church and is to be excluded from the sale, This lease...town of Ballygar for the purpose of erecting a Roman Catholic Chapel...
4. Mr. Philip Tracy, Cloonlyon Killian Galway, 123a/0r/17p, £60.5.0 rent, lease dated 29th April 1853 from Denis H. Kelly, Esq, to Philip Tracy for the term of 31 years from 1st November 1852, Lease reserves...
23. Philip Tracy, Drinaun [Killeroran Galway], 31a/3r/30p, £18.11.0, Lease dated 12th February 1861 from D.H. Kelly, Esq, to Philip tracy for 21 years from 1st November 1861, Lease reserves...by leaseee not to disturb an undertenant as long as she paid her rent and perform the duties therin mentioned. [Widow Bridget Clarke?]
3. William Tracy, Ballygar Town [Killeroran Galway] 2a/3r/30p, £4 rent, tenant from year to year
4. same [William Tracy], Ballygar Town [Killeroran Galway] 26a/2r/17p, £6 rent, Lease dated 1st August 1855, from Denis H. Kelly, Esq, to William Tracy, for the life of said William Tracy of 14 acres Irish, Reserves all...
8. Philip Tracy, Ballygar Town [Killeroran Galway] 7a/1r/6p, £6.18.0 rent, tenant from year to year
9. Philip Tracy, Ballygar Town [Killeroran Galway] 0a/3r/37p, £1.6.0 rent, tenant from year to year
10. Philip Tracy, Ballygar Town [Killeroran Galway] 0a/1r/32p, £1.15.0 rent, Lease dated 26th January 1833, of a house and plot in the town of Ballygar, including turf bank, from rev Armstrong Kelly and DH Kelly, Esq, to Mr. Philip Tracy for life of lessee, Thomas eldest son of William Tracy, of Ballygar, then ages 10 years and Prince George of Cumberland, or 31 years from 1st November 1832. The Lessee and said Thomas Tracy are the surviving lives. Lease reserves...
11. Philip Tracy, Ballygar Town [Killeroran Galway] 0a/0r/20p, £0.10.0 rent, Lease dated 24th December 1857 from DH Kelly, Esq, to Philip Tracy for the lives of her Majesty his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales and Prince Arthur Patrick or 31 years from 1st November 1857. Lease reserves...No. 3 Main Street Ballgar...A good two-story slated house has been built on the premises.
12. Same [Philip Tracy], Ballygar Town [Killeroran Galway] 0a/0r/28p, £0.50.0 rent, Rent included in lease dated 29th April 1853 of lands in Killeroran. This rent has been apportioned by an order of the Court bearing the date the 15th December 1862...
84. Owner and Phil Tracy, Ballygar [Killeroran Galway], 1a/1r/0p, £2.12.0 rent, Reserved building sites streets and waste.
10. Phil Tracey, Hermitage [Killeroran Galway], 39a/2r/29p, £10 rent, Lease dated 25th march 1860 from DH Kelly, esq, to Phil Tracey, for 27 years from 1st November 1858. Lease demises 18 Irish acres, equal to 29 acres and 24 perches statute, but the recent survey shows the contents to be set forth in the rental. Lease reserves...
2 May 1846 (TH) Extraordinary Presentment Sessions
2 - Hugh Kelly and William T. Tracy, to repair 134 perches of the road from Ballygar to Dunmore, between Mark Ward's in Mountmary and the mearing of the Barony of Ballymoe, in the Townland of Mountmary, £33 10s. Approved, not to exceed £10, to repair all the bad portions.
3 - William T. Tracy and Hugh Kelly to fill 495 perches of dikes or holes on the road from Ballygar to Mountbellew bridge, between Sally Martin's in Drinane and the bridge of Drinane, £74 5s. Approved of,
4 - Hugh Kelly and William T. Tracy to build a guilet on the road near Edmond Moran's house, in the Townland of Drinane, on the road from Ballygar to Galway, £3. Approved of
27 February 1847 (TH) Presentment Sessions
3 - William T. Tracy and Michael Hynes to keep in repair by contract for 7 years 1102 perches of the road from Ballygar to Creggs and Athleague, between John Quinns at Ballygar and John Shaughnessy's at Rock wood. Approved not exceeding 8d. per perch, -Michael Hynes contractyor, at 6d per perch per annum.
4 - William T Tracy, and Michael Hynes to open a new road between Pat Gilmores in Tullroe and the pump house at Ballygar on the road leading from Ballygar to Creggs 6d. Approved. W.T. Tracy contractor, at
5 - William T Tracy, and Michael Hynes to stop up as much of the road as lies between the schoolhouse of Ballygar and the end of the new rpoad near Pat Gilmores house at Tullyroe, on the road from Ballygar to Creggs 6d. Approved. W.T. Tracy contractor, at
18 July 1846 (TH) Presentment Sessions
4 - Philip Tracy, for the support and maintenance of a desereted child, found in the parish of Laughboy, name William Kelly age 17 weeks on the 11th May 1846, for half a year to the 12th day of July 1846, 2l. Approved.
22 April 1848 (TH) Presentment Sessions
...cesspayers...to be associated with the Magistrates...Killian Barony 6. Philip Tracy, Ballygar, Ballygar
2 September 1848 (TH) Spring Assizes 1849
...cesspayers...to be associated with the Magistrates...Killyan Barony 5. Philip Tracy, Ballygar
October 18, 1848 (FJ) William Smith O'Brien Petition
At Kilcoran, County Galway...Philip Tracy, Esq, ditto [stock master and farmer]; M.C. Tracy, Esq, ditto [stock master and farmer];...William T. Tracy, Esq.; Pat Tracy, Esq;...
1848-9 William Smith O'Brien Petition
Patt Treacy, Parish of Taughboy & Dysart, Galway-Roscommon
Js Tracey, Kiloran, Galway
Malachy C Tracey, Ballygar, Galway
Philip Tracey, Ballygar, Galway
1855 Griffiths Valuation
Malachy Tracy Killeroran Killeroran Galway
Philip Tracey Cloonlyon Killeroran Galway
Philip Tracy Drinaun Killeroran Galway
Philip Tracy Killeroran Killeroran Galway
Philip Trcey Ballygar Killeroran Galway
Thomas Tracy Killeroran Killeroran Galway
William Tracey Ballygar Killeroran Galway
William Tracey Drinaun Killeroran Galway
William Tracey Hermitage Killeroran Galway
William Tracy Drinaun Killeroran Galway
William Tracy Killeroran Killeroran Galway
Calendars of Wills and Administrations
Philip Tracy 7 Feb 1863 Ballygar Galway, farmer, to brother Malachy Christopher Tracy, farmer
William Thomas Tracy 20 Feb 1863 Ballygar Galway, widower, to daughter Ann Gaffey Ballygar (wife of Thomas Gaffey, farmer)
Malachy Christopher Tracy 10 Jan 1864 Ballygar Galway, farmer, by Patrick Tracy and Peter Dignan, farmers
Thomas Tracy 23 Feb 1884 Killeroran Galway, farmer, to Hanoria Tracy widow
16 July 1864 The Roscommon Journal
In the matter of the Goods of Philip Tracy, late of Ballygar, in the County of Galway, shopkeeper and farmer, deceased; and of Malachy Christopher Tracy, of same place, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that persuant to the Statute 22nd and 23rd Vic chapter 35, initiated "An Act further to amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees," all persons claiming to be Creditors, or to have any claim or demand against the Estate of the said Philip Tracy or Malachy Christoper Tracy, late of Ballygar, in the county of Galway, who died respectively at ballygar aforsaid on the 8th day of February 1863 and on the 10th day of January 1864, are hereby required on or before the 1st day of August 1864 to furnish particulars in writting of such claims or demands to Messrs Peter Dignan and Patrick Tracy, of Ballygar, in the county of Galway, executors of the deceased, to who probate of the will of the said Malachy Christopher Tracy was granted forth of Her Majestry's Court of Probate in Ireland, in February 1861; or to Joseph Burke, 12 Blessington street Dublin and Roscommon, their solicitor; or in default thereof the said Executors will, after the said 1st day of August next, proceed to distribute the assets of the said Philip Tracy and Malachy Christopgher Tracy amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard to the claims or demands only of which we shall have had notice on or previous to said day. Dated this 16th day of June 1864. Joseph Burke, Solicitor for the said Executors, 12 Blessington street Dublin and Roscommon.
Deaths Newspaper Notices
Malachy Tracey; Ballygar GAL IRL; Cork Examiner (COR IRL); 1864-1-19; dja
25 March 1882 (N) Evictions at Ballygar, County Galway
...Thomas Tracy, Killeroran, evicted with 6 in family...[May have been re-admitted as caretaker of the property]
Malachi Tracy (1797/9-1864) & Eleonora Gately
William Tracey (1830-1895) & Catherine McCabe (1835-1897)
Martha Marcella Tracy (18571941) married Thomas Julian Cleland 6 Jan 1914
Rev William H. Tracy (18581895) married Mary Ella Bower Feb 1884
William Bower Mitchell Tracy (18871945)
Harold F. Tracy (18931894)
M. Ella Tracy (18601890)
Rebecca E. B. Tracy (18631920)
Eunice Louisa Tracy (18651870)
Samuel Gately Tracy (18671942)
David C. Tracy (18681870)
Franklin Tracy (18731889)
Carrie H. Tracy (18751944)
Kate Tracy (18761876)
Malichia/Malachaus Tracy & Eleonora/Elleonora Gately/Gatly
Rosa Tracy b. 6 Oct 1817 of Balygar? [Ballygar Killeroran] Sp. Patric Daley*** & Maria Tracy. Killian Parish
Patritius Tracy b. 4 Mar 1819 of Baligar Sp. Thomas Naughton? & Margarita Gatly/Gately. Killian Parish [duplicate]
Jacobus Tracy b. 3 Aug 1820 of Baligar Sp. Joannes Gatley & Esther? Dolan. Killian Parish
Malachy Trecy died 1864, age 67, born 1797 [Mountbellew PLU Vol 4 page 291]
1850 Census - 890 2345 New York City, ward 16, New York
William Tracey, 20, b. Ireland, stone cutter, [boarder]
William Tracey married Catherine McCabe 1856 St Ann Roman Catholic, East 12th Street, Manhattan, New York, United States
Marcella Treacey b. 1857 Holy Cross Roman Catholic, New York County, New York, United States
Wm Henry Treacy b. 1858 St Columba Roman Catholic, Manhattan, New York, United States
Mary Ellen Treacy b. 1860 Holy Cross Roman Catholic, New York County, New York, United States
William Tracy & Cathr. Tracy
William Tracy b. 6 Dec 1858 Manhattan New York
1860 Census - 1423 1st Division 22nd Ward New York City, New York
William Tracey Male 30 New York, marble cutter
Catherin Tracey Female 24 Ireland
Martha Tracey Female 3 New York
William H Tracey Male 1 New York
Mary Marram Female 17 Ireland, domestic
1870 Census - 113 19 Dis 20 Ward New York [6 July 1870] [double entry]
Wm Tracy Male 38 Ireland, marble cutter
Kate Tracy, Mrs Female 34 Ireland, dress maker
Martha Tracy Female 12 New York
Willie Tracy Male 10 New York
Ella Tracy Female 9 New York
Rebecca Tracy Female 7 New York
Samuel Tracy Male 2 New York
Mary Lynch Female 20 Ireland, servant
1870 Census 109 West 33 Street, 17 Dis 20 Ward New York [3rd Jan 1871?]
William Tracy Male 38 Ireland, marble cutter
Kate Tracy Female 34 Ireland, dress maker
Martha Tracy Female 13 New York
William Tracy Male 12 New York
Ellen Tracy Female 10/9 New York
Rebecca Tracy Female 7 New York
Samuel Tracy Male 3 New York
1880 Census - 102 West 52nd Street, New York, New York
William Tracy Self Male 54 Ireland, marble cutter
Cathrine Tracy Wife Female 47 Ireland
Martha Tracy Daughter Female 22 New York, United States, dress maker
Wm H Tracy Son Male 20 New York, United States, student [see below]
Ella Tracy Daughter Female 19 New York, United States, dress maker
Rebbeca Tracy Daughter Female 17 New York, United States, dress maker
Samuel Tracy Son Male 13 New York, United States
Frank Tracy Son Male 7 New York, United States
Carrie Tracy Daughter Female 5 New York, United States
Mary Kane servant Female 35 Ireland
1884-1885 New York City Directory
Tracy William, cutter, h 102 W. 52d
Mary Elinor Tracy died 2 Jan 1890 Manhattan New York, Age 28, Single, b. 1862 New York, (d. of William Tracy b. Ireland & Catherine Tracy b. Ireland), buried 4 Jan 1890 Woodlawn
Wm. Tracy died 8 Sep 1895 Neptune Monmouth Co. New Jersey, Age 65, b. 1830 Ire., married, Father b. Ire. & Mother b. Ire.
Catherine Tracy died 27 Jan 1897 Manhattan New York, Age 62, Widowed, Lady, b. 1835 Ireland, (d. of T. Mc Cabe b. Ireland & Mary Mc Cabe b. Ireland), buried 29 Jan 1897 Woodlawn New York
28 Jan 1897 New York Daily Tribune
Mrs. Catherine Tracy.
Mrs. Catherine Tracy, widow of William Tracy, died yesterday at the Home of her son, Dr. Samuel G. Tracy. No.25 West Fifty-fifth-st. She was born in 1834, and lived for the greater part of her life In this city. She was interested in many works of charity, and was a member of the Advisory Board of the Bethany Day Nursery. The late Rev. William H Tracy, of the Third Reformed Church, of Philadelphia, was her son. She leaves three daughters and one son, Dr. Samuel G. Tracy. The funeral will take place at her house at 12:30p.m. to-morrow. The Rev. Dr. Kittredge, of the Madison Avenue Reformed Church, will officiate, assisted by the Rev. c. S, Harrower, of St. Luke's Methodist Episcopal Church
18 & 19 June 1897 Passport Applications
Martha M Tracy born 2 June 1857 New York City, father naturalized citizen, 40 years, 5'1.5", high forehead, brown eyes, small nose, small mouth, round chin, black hair, medium dark complexion, small face
Samuel G Tracy born 6 Sep 1867 New York City, father naturalized citizen, physician, 30 years, 5'7.5", high forehead, hazel green eyes, aquiline nose, medium mouth, medium chin, brown hair, medium dark complexion, medium long face
Rebecca E.B. Tracy born 22 Feb 1863 New York City, father naturalized citizen, 34 years, 5'5.5", medium forehead, light brown eyes, small nose, medium mouth, medium chin, brown hair, medium dark complexion, round face
Carrie H Tracy born 17 Sep 1875 New York City, father naturalized citizen, 22 years, 5'8", high forehead, brown eyes, medium nose, medium mouth, prominent & round chin, brown (dark) hair, dark complexion, long and oval face
S. R. Stoddard (1897) The Midnight Sun: Being the Story of the Cruise of the Ohio Among the North British Islands, To Iceland And The North Cape J Through The Fjords Of Norway And To Baltic Ports. Glens Falls, N. Y
81 Dr. Samuel G. Tracy, New York.
82 Miss M. M. Tracy, New York.
83 Miss R. E. B. Tracy, New York.
84 Miss C. H. Tracy, New York.
Thanks are due to Miss Kelsey, Miss Tracy, Dr. J, N, Bishop and Mr, F, G-, Jewett, fellow voyagers, and Mr, F, Mnrray Jordan ?f FhiladBlphia, for photographs loaned for reproduction,
1900 Census - family 483 West 102 Street Manhattan, Election District 29 New York City Ward 21, New York County, New York
Samuel Tracy Head Male 33, born Sept 1867 New York, parents born Ireland, doctor
Martha Tracy Sister Female 44 born June? 1856 New York, parents born Ireland
Rebecca Tracy Sister Female 33 born Feb 1867 New York
Carrie Tracy Sister Female 24 born Sept 1875 New York
Jessie Mcbride Servant Female 40 born Apr 1860 England, parents born Scotland, emigrated 1889, maid
1910 Census - 241 New Assembky District 19, Manhatten NY
Samuel G Tracey Head Male 42 New York, physician specialist
Martha M Tracey Sister Female 52 New York
Rebecca E B Tracey Sister Female 47 New York
Carrie Tracey Sister Female 32 New York
Jessie Mcbride Servant Female 50 England, servant private family
Martha Marcella Tracy, 50, single, b. 1864 New York (d. of William I. Tracy & Catherine Mccabe) married Thomas Julian Cleland, 45, single, b. 1869 Council Bluffs, Ia. (s. of Thomas H. Cleland & Lou Mitchell) 6 Jan 1914 Manhattan, New York
Rebecca E. B. Tracy died 13 Sep 1920 240 W. 10th Manhattan New York, Age 46, Single, b. 22 Feb 1864 United States (d. of William Tracy b. Ireland & Catherine Mccabe b. Ireland) buried 15 Sep 1920 Woodlawn Cemetery New York
15 Sep 1920 The Sun and New York herald
Tracy - Rebecca E. B. beloved sister of Dr. Samuel G. Tracy, Carrie H. Tracy and Mrs T. J. Clealand on September 13. Funeral services at her late residence, 240 West 102d st., on Wednesday Sepember 16 at 2:30 P.M. Internment Woodlawn Cemetery.
1940 Census - 240 West 102nd Street, Manhattan, New York City, New York
Samuel G Tracy Head Male 72 New York, medical doctor physitherapy
Martha Cleland Sister Female 82 New York, widow
Carrie H Tracy Sister Female 64 New York
Eudora Seymour Maid Female 74 Pennsylvania, widow, lived West Drange Essex, New Jersey, housekeeper private residence
Christine Milner Maid Female 55 Northern Ireland, lived Astoria New York, practical nurse residence
Martha M. Cleland died 4 Feb 1941 Manhattan New York, age 83, b. 1858 (d. of William Tracy & Catherine McCabe) Spouse Dr. Thomas Julian Cleland
4 Feb 1841 The New York Sun
Mrs. Thomas J. Cleland.
Mrs. Martha M. Tracy Cleland, wife of the late Dr. Thomas J. Cleland, died today at her residence, 240 West 102d street, at the age of 83.
Mrs. Cleland, who had been a visitor to Tampa, Fla, for the past twenty-five years, is survived by a brother, Dr. Samuel G. Tracy, and a sister, Carrie H. Tracy. Funeral services will be held at the home at 2 P.M. Friday.
Samuel Gately Tracy died 7 Dec 1942 240 W 102 St. Manhattan New York, Age 75, Single, Physician, b. 6 Sep 1867 New York City (s. of William Tracy b. New York City & Catherine A Mccabe b. Ireland) buried 9 Dec 1942 Woodlawn Cem.
December 8, 1942 The New York Sun
Dr. Samuel G. Tracy.
A funeral service for Dr. Samuel G. Tracy, one of the founders of the Bloomingdale Clinic, 225 West 99th street, will be held tomorrow at his home, 240 West 102d street. Dr. Tracy, who was 75 years old, died at his home yesterday after a short illness.
His only survivor is his sister, Miss Carrie H. Tracy.
Carrie H. Tracy died 23 Oct 1944 910 West End Ave. Manhattan New York, Age 69, Single, Housework, b. 14 Sep 1875 New York, (d. of Wm. Tracy b. New York & Catherine A. Mccabe b. Ireland), buried 25 Oct 1944 Woodlawn Cem.
Rev. William Henry Tracy
Rev. William Henry Tracy (18581895)
Rev W H Tracey of Dundee Presby married M Ella Bower of Rochester 30 Feb 1884 Rochester Monroe New York
September 2, 1893 The Times (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
...The Second Reformed Church, Rev. W. H. Tracy pastor, has been handsomely decorated during the summer. The exterior also has been repainted...
March 31, 1902 The Times (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Services commemorative of Its fiftieth anniversary were yesterday held In the Second Reformed Dutch Church, In Seventh street, near Brown...and was succeeded by Rev. William H. Tracy In 1891. He remained pastor until his death, in the fall of 1895...
Rev. Wm. Tracy died 20 Dec 1895, 1802 Tioga St Philadelphia Pennsylvania, age 38, b. 1857 New York City, Married, buried 24 Dec 1895 Woodlawn New York
December 22, 1895 New York Daily Tribune & The Sun December 22, 1895 (NY)
Death of the Rev William H Tracy
Philadelphia, Dec 21 (Special). The Rev William H Tracy pastor of the Second Reformed Church of Philadelphia died of Inflammatory rheumatism on Friday Dec 20 at his late residence. Mr Tracy was born In New York city on Dec 5 1858. He was educated in the New York public schools and graduated from Auburn Theological Seminary in 1883. His first charge was at Dundee N. Y. After four years service he was called to the Third Reformed Church of Albany. While In Albany he was acting chaplain of the Senate. He leaves a widow and one son.
William Bolver Mitchell Tracy died 1 Nov 1945 891 Park Ave. Manhattan, New York, age 58, Married, Advertising Exec., b. 21 Feb 1887 N.Y. (s. of William Tracy of N.Y. & Ella Rower of N.Y.), Spouse Beatrice P. Tracy, buried 3 Nov 1945 West Laurel Hill
Tracy, William Bower Mitchell Philadelphia, Pa.
Honorable Mention - MODERN GOVERNMENT - 1908 William Bowen Mitchell Tracy
Degrees Conferred in 1908 - Cum Laude - William Bower Mitchell Tracy
Class of 1908 LADD ORATION PRIZES
William Bowen Mitchell Tracy
1945 Amherst Graduates' Quarterly - Volume 35
The class of 1908 has suffered a grievous loss in the sudden death of Bill Tracy, which occurred on Nov. 1. He had apparently been in first class health when he arose that morning, but had a heart attack which was fatal before anything could be done for him. William Bowen Mitchell Tracy was born in Dundee, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1887, the son of Rev. Wm. H. and Ella M. (Bowen) Tracy. He prepared for Amherst at Cornwall Heights School, N. Y., and entered with our class in the fall of 1904.
Ella B. Sheip nee Bower born 1-19-57 died November 23 1950 Montgomery County Pa, Informant Mrs Wm B Tracey 891 Park Ave NYC
Woodlawn Cemetery Bronx, Bronx County, New York
William Tracy died Sept 1895 age 65 years
Catherine [McCabe] Tracy died Jan 1897 age 61 years
M. Ella Tracy born Aug 3 1860 died Jan 2 1890
Franklin Tracy born March 3 1873 died Aug 3 1889
Rev William H. Tracy 1858-1895
Rebecca E. B. Tracy 1863-1920
Martha Tracy Cleland 1857-1941
Samuel G. Tracy 1867-1942
Carrie H. Tracy 1875-1944
West Laurel Hill Cemetery
William Bower Mitchell Tracy
BIRTH 21 Feb 1887 Dundee, Yates County, New York, USA
DEATH 1 Nov 1945 Manhattan, New York County (Manhattan), New York, USA
Ella Bower Sheip
BIRTH 19 Jan 1855 Lansing, Tompkins County, New York, USA
DEATH 23 Nov 1950 Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA
BIRTH 4 Aug 1888 Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA
DEATH 19 May 1981 Haverford, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA
Johns Island Cemetery Indian River Shores, Indian River County, Florida, USA
William Bower Mitchell Tracy, Jr 1914-1981
Elizabeth D. Tracy 1917-2004
William Tracy Stonecutter by William Bower Mitchell Tracy, III (November 23, 2018)
Last update: 02 July 2019