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Roderick O’Trassy is listed as one of the Bishops of Ferns, Co. Wexford during the period 1117 to 1155 AD. His name is listed on the wall of St. Aiden Cathedral, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford as Rodericus O’Tracey 1145 AD. He is listed as Rodericus (al Rorii) O’Trassii in James Ware’s De praesulibus Hiberniae commentarius (1665). In John Lynch’s, De praesulibus Hiberniae (1672), he is refered to as ‘Rodericus, sive Rory, O Trassy.’ Some of Lynch’s book is thought to be borrowed from Ware. Flood states that he died in 1145.

 

1280-1

Expenses of Sir P. de Bocland 28s. 8d. “On the morrow of the said feast (St. John the Evangelist) 5s. by Gayland Maubin for the rent of Ric. Tracy”

1298-1307

*Account of Adam Brectoun receiver of the issues of the lands, &c., formerly belonging to Roger Bygod Earl of Norfolk, Marshal of England, in the King's hand by his death, from Michaelmas a.r. XXXV. Ed. I. to Michaelmas a.r. iii. Ed. II., that term computed. He accounts for various sums received from the provosts of the boroughs of Carlow and Foth' during said time ; from the provosts of the town of Rosponte and the custodians of the mills there, from the provosts of the manor of Fynnagh, the provosts of the manor of Old Ros, the provosts of the manor of Hervey's Island, free tenants, &c. ; rent of assize at Carlow, a bakehouse there, a fishing weir on the Barwe, rabbit warren at Carlow, three mills there, a mill at Fotherd ; from Thomas Bonham and his associates provosts of the manor of Balisax, &c. Sum of the receipts, 380l. 6.s. 8d...

John Occle [owes] 21. 13s. 4cd. rent of 2 carucates of land in Mongaret for two years to Michaelmas a.r. ii. Ed. II.

Richard Tracy owes 5l.14s.8d rent of 2 carucates 40 acres of land in the Fyth and Polryth for the same time; accounted for in car. Xiv. Ed. II. [1298?]

1907 [Cd. 3726] The thirty-ninth report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records and Keeper of the State Papers in Ireland.

1305

Richard Tracy holds 2 carucats 60 acres in Leffeth and Polryth and pays yearly 57s. 4d.

Hore (1900) Old and New Ross. p16, p172.

 

Plea Roll. 10 Edw. 1. [1281], P. R. O. L. Translation

Particulars of proceedings between the Earl’s [Roger le Bigod] representatives in Ireland and the Abbot [Dunbrody] appear on a Plea Roll of 1281, in relation to cattle and horses taken by force from granges of the monastery and driven to Old Ross. In this document the prices for bullocks, cows and horses are set down at 135. 4d., 65. 8d,, and 20s. each respectively. A record of the same year contains an entry in reference to alleged infringement of the Earl’s rights by persons who, without permission, entered his forest at Bantry, where they felled and appropriated Oaks and other trees. A record of the same year contains an entry in reference to alleged infringement of the Earl’s rights by persons who, without permission, entered his forest at Bantry, where they felled and appropriated Oaks and other trees.

Roger le Bigod, Earl of Norfolk and Marshal of England, Richard Tracey [also listed as Gracy], and Philip de la Roche were attached to reply to the Abbot of Dunbrody, who pleaded that he, with the lands and tenements Of his Abbey of Dunbrody, owed no rent nor any other service to the aforesaid Earl, but that he, the Abbot, held his lands and tenements in pure and perpetual alms, neither was there any reasonable cause why the aforesaid Earl should distrain his cattle in any manner according to the law and custom of the kingdom, the said Earle – with the said Richard and Philip, by mandate of the said Ear1e having taken away and grossly ill-used certain bullocks belonging to the sald Abbot at Cul [Coole, Killesk Parish, Shelburne] in Tyrbegan, and driven them hastily to a remote Place, and their imparked or impounded them after their flight, and yet detains them in the pound, albeit many of them are dead from over-fatigue and hunger; and perpetrated other damages and enormities upon the said Abbot to his serious (non modicum) damage and against the peace of our lord the king. Of which among others he complains that on St. Andrew’s day in the 8th year at Cul [Tyrbegan] they seized two oxen, price two marks, and three cows of the. price of 20s. which they drove to Old Ross; on the day of the Annunciation B.V.M. in the same year, at the grange of Tyrbegan, they seized 10 heifers the price of each being 20s.; and on the same day at the grange of Cul they carried off six horses, price of each 20s., and one ox of the Price of a mark, and drove them to Old Ross; and on the day of the Assumption B.V.M. in the same year they seized at the grange of Raus 15 oxen, the price of each being a mark, seven horses, price of each 20s. and “unum pullum” price 10s. with which they fled to Old Ross to the deterioration and damage, &c.

And the aforesaid Earl by his attorney appeared and replied that he did not reply to the complaint in the narration of the Abbot, as there was another writ in a case pending respecting the Capture of these cattle, and that these formed portion of the 40 head of cattle mentioned in the writ of replevin. Plea is posponed to future hearing.

Hore, Philip H. History of the town and county of Wexford. 1901. Dunbrody abbey, the great Island, Ballyhack etc

 

1287-8 Receipts from Old Ross...£12 from Wm Covintre and Ric Tracy for arrears on account of the ferry...

Hore, Philip H. History of the town and county of Wexford. 1901. Dunbrody abbey, the great Island, Ballyhack etc

 

1285 Michaelmas Roll of Receipts

Wexford: Alan le Norreys for not having Richd Tracy, for whom he had given mainprise - ½ mark

Calendar of Documents Ireland 1171-1301. Vol 1 p.144, Vol 3 p.48 & 222, Vol 4 p.274

 

1302 Wexford

John Burell and Gregory Ohony servingmen of Walter Kyng attached to answer Ric. Tracy for that, with said Walter, they entered a wood of the said Ricard, called the Pollrith and carried away rods and against peace, came and cannot deny it.

1302 Wexford

Ric Tracy complains about John de Ocle and the right of way to the Pollrith.

1307 Old Ross, Wexford

Ric Tracy holds two carucates 60a in Leffeth and Polryth, and renders yearly 57s 4d without suit.

Calandar of the Justiciary Rolls Ireland Vol I 1295-1303 p.391,394 Vol II 1305-7 p.280,349. HMSO 1914

 

1306-7

Richard Tracy holds 2 carucates and 69 acres of land in Le Fech and Polrych, and yearly renders thereoff 57 s. 4d. without suit.

Calendar of Documents Vol. 5 p.177

 

1495 June 17th

Indenture concerning a grant by Clement Butler to Donald O’Trassye of a messuage in Ross. (D. 1876) Ormond Deeds Volume III

Indenture made at Ross on the 17 day of June in the year 1495 between Clement son of William Butler and Donald O’Trassye, witness that Clement has given and granted and for the term of fifty-nine years let to Donald a messuage with a garden and joining the town of Ross, which messuage lies in breath with the garden from the Market Street on the south to the common road on the north and in length from Nicholas Britonn’s land on the west to the land of St. Saviour’s on the east. Also Clement has granted to Donald an acre of land outside the same town which lies from the highway on the south to the common land of the north in breath and in length between the King’s Way which leads to Mountgarret on the east to the walls of the town on the west. Rendering yearly to the said Clement and his heirs 3s. of lawful money yearly.

Witnesses: Henry Cotteril, Thomas Butler, Robert Neryll, Thomas Benet, Thomas Cerlane, John Hyde and Robert Benet.

 

Elizabeth I

1602 1st December

Pardon to ... Donell O Trasey of Horetowne, Husb. (Wexford)

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

 

June 1624 Ferns p.120

Lord Esmond on behalf of his ward complains that “he had been disturbed and disposed by Nic Clinton, of Ferns, Murtagh McDonnell Dowill, Thos Tracy, Redmond Archdeacon alias Candy, Dermott McHugh Groney, Laurence Masterson, Anthony Cavanagh, Donnagh ne Killy, Wm Talbot, Thos Clare and Edmond St. Michell so that he and the said ward can receive no profits, rents or issue by the said lands to the ward’s damage of £1000”

1638 p.577

The Ioyat and Several Answeres of Sir Jas Carrol Kt and Richard Carrol two of the defendantts to the bill of compliant of Henrie Kenny, Complainant.

...£3 that he (Sir James) paid to one Katherine Tracy att logharn (Longhard, Ballybrennan Parish, Forth) for drink that he (Walter) spent there...

Sworn 27th October 1642 p. 478

“By the deposition of Nathaniel Hewett, late of Castle Beaumont [Clobemon], we find these names of proprietors in this district in active rebellion: Dubley Colclough of Monart “near Enniscorthy”, Walter Lacie of Enniscorthy, who is now in active league with the rebels; Edward and Oliver Masterson of Ferns and Cloghamon. Pierce Synnott of Ballycarney; George ffarrell and his son of E; Pierce Synnott, Andrew Quin, John O’Quigly, Pat English, Nic Tracie and Simon Brazill, all of Cloghamon, with many others.

Hore, Philip H. History of the town and county of Wexford. 6 vols. 1900-11 (Volume 6)

1642 Depositions... Nicholas Tracie of Cloghamon...

[TCD Archive] http://1641.tcd.ie/deposition.php?depID=818114r122

 

237. Thomas Trassy of Cloghaman, gent [Clohamon, p. Kilrush, b. Scarawaish]

Whelan, Kevin (1990) A List of Those from County Wexford Implicated in the 1641 Rebellion. The Past: The Organ of the Uí Cinsealaigh Historical Society, No. 17 (1990), pp. 24-54

 

Society of Friends (Quaker) Congregational Records

1713 John Tracy Wexford

Jonathan Pool/Rool? had taken from him for tythe by Patrick Roch and Patrick Deery and their assts tythe takers undr Thos Richds tythe mongrs undr Willm Stephens priest also for the small tythes in the parish of Carrigg [Carrick]...and taken by John Trescy? and Marcus Gormickan srrvts to sd Richds...and taken by Maurice Mulloy Patrick Anrtahan & Dennis Kavanagh servants to Henry Hatton tythe taker under Richards

 

24 Mar 1731/9 Aug 1743 Lease

56 acres Ballgowmin & 106 acres part Bartown [Barntown?], barony Shilmaleer, co Wexford. Jonathan Poole of late of Ballygowmin, co Wexford dec'd. father of Richard & Joseph Poole of Growtown, co Wexford gent, Andrew Brown of Ballgowman, co Wexford gent, Wit: John Hatton of Town of Wexford gent, Henry Hatton of Wexford, John Tresey of Wexford Yeoman, Thomas Taylor of Wexford gent

 

14 Apr 1743/9 Aug 1743 Lease

William Poole of Ballygowman, son of Jonathan & Margaret Poole, Samuel Brown of Knockeen, co Wexford farmer, Wit: Richard Sheridan of Newbay, co Wexford gent, Pierce Hughes of Inch, co Wexford gent, William Wheeler of Barntown, co Wexford farmer, John Tresey of Wexford Yeoman

 

Society of Friends (Quaker) Congregational Records

Catherine/Katharine Tracy, Dublin & Wexford

1751

Mind to send Catherine Tracy's Certificate to next Womens meeting

September 1756

The Friends appointed to draw up a testimony of our disunity with Walter Knott & Catherine Tracy with their late marriage...

Walter Knott & Katharine Tracy who were both educated in our society are married by a Priest, without consent of his parents and conceal the name of the priest who married them, & do not appear to have a due sense of their transgression.

A certificate from the meeting of Lambstown [Wexford] concering Katherine Tracy was read in this meeting.

 

Guardians of the Franciscan Convent of New Ross

1761 Thomas Tracey

Hore, Philip H. History of the town and county of Wexford. 1901. Old and New Ross

 

30th July 1764 Pre-marriage settlement [37160/232/469/153631]

Christopher Jeffares, farmer of Furzeytown [Tacumshin, Forth], the groom; eldest son of said John Jeffares, farmer of Furzeytown. reference also made to his own marriage settlement dated 1739. William Jeffares another son.

Mary Berry, the bride; daughter of said Joseph Berry. farmer of Ballykelly [Killiane, Forth?]; £150 portion; pre-marriage settlement.

Humphry Ram, Esq, of London City, granted lease for lives on land of Furzeytown

Robert Allen, gent, Lattamorestown, Wex [Latimerstown, Rathaspick, Forth?]

John Harvey, gent, Tagunnan [Mayglass, Forth]

Charles Wheelock son of James Wheelock, deceased

Witnesses:

Revd. James Hastings, Windmillhills [Windmill Hills, Wexford town? – Rector of Carne 1757 & Killinick 1760, Forth] 

??? Richards, Esq, of Brookville, Wex, [Brookfield, Rathaspick, Forth?]

James Tracy, Ale Draper, Wexford

 

1768 Robert Tracy, Killcarberry, Co. Wexford. (Will) (Enniscorthy)

 

8 February 1777 Freemans Journal - Extract of a letter from Plymouth, Jan 3?

"...There are four privateers from Newbury Port, the largest of 20 guns, commanded by Capt. James Tracy, late of the Yankey Hero, taken last summer by the Milford man of war. This Tracy is an Irishman, had served in our navy, is genteel fellow, and a man of spirit; he is a nephew to old Tracy, the principal merchant of Newbury Port, and cousin to the owners of the present prize."

 

1778-1790 Catholic Qualification Rolls

James Tracy, Malster, of Wexford, 2nd April 1779 Leinster Circuit Assizes Wexford

 

1796 John Tracy, Rathlom, Co. Wexford. (Will) (Ratholm, Ballybrennan?)

 

1798 Subscribers:

Master Francis Tracy, Camolin-Park or Francis Tracy, Esq, Camolin-Park

Gordon, James. Terraquea; or, a new system of geography and modern history. By the Rev. James Gordon, Vicar Of Barragh. Dublin, M.DCC.XCIII. [1798].

 

WO 97/134/57 1787-1854 British War Office

PATRICK TRACEY Born WEXFORD, Wexford Served in 75th Foot Regiment; 76th Foot Regiment; 25th Dragoons (Light) Discharged aged 39 1799-1817

FRONT “Duplicate His Majesty’s 25th Regt of Light Dragoons whereof Lieu General the Rt Honble Lord Stewart G ??? is Colonel. These are to certify that Patrick. Treacy Private born in Parish of St Mary in or near theTown of BLANK in the County of Wexford was enlisted for the aforesaid Regiment at Camphore in the County of East Indies on the 25 Day of April 1806 at the Age of Twenty Eight years for an unlimited period.

“That he hath served in the army for the space of Eighteen years and One hundred & Twenty days, after the age of Eighteen, according to the subjoined.

76th Foot                          25th January 1799 to 24th June 1805                        6 years

75th Foot                          25th June 1805 to 24 April 1806                               304 days

25th Dragoons                  25 April 1806 to 22 Oct 1817                                   11 years 181 days

In East or West Indies, included in the Aforegoing Total 15 years 101 days

That in consequence of Fractured left leg

Enlisted 18 July 1801

Inniscorthy Co. Wexford

Major Jacobs Party

Embarkation for India 15 Feb 02

At army

That his General Conduct as a Soldier has been good

I Patrick Treacy do hereby acknowledge that I have received all my Clothing, Pay, Arrears of Pay, and all just demands whatsoever, from the time of my Entry into the Service to the date of this Discharge. except clothing from 25th December 1815

Signature of the Soldier signed Patrick Treacy

To prevent any improper use being made of the Discharge, by falling into other hands, the following is a description of the said Patrick. Treacy He is about Thirty nine Years of age, is Five Feet Two inches in height, Brown Hair, Grey Eyes, Dark Complexion, by Trade or Occupation a Locksmith

Given under my hand, and Seal of the Regiment at Sreat this 22nd Day of October 1817

Signature of the Commanding Officer signed Thos Hale ??? & Major Coing 25th Dragoons

At Camphore ??? Surgeon in medical charge

??? H/M 25th Dragoons”

BACK “Duplicate Discharge Private Patrick Tracey 25th Dragoons

25th Dragoons Lord Stewart Patk Tracey aged 40

Served 76 & 75 Foot        11 6/12 6 10/12 } 18 4/12

15th India                                              7 8/12

                                                             26

Fractured left leg on duty

Good character

St Mary Wexford Locksmith

5/2 brown grey dark

??? letter 2nd March 1819

P105700  17952    B”

WO 121/220/228: 25th Dragoons, Patrick Tracey, 1/1 pension, 25 March 1829 to 24 June…Colonies…[signed] 3 May 1830

WO 121/220/241: 25th Dragoons, Patrick Tracey, 1/1 pension, 25 June 1829 to 24 Sept…Colonies…rate…Tracey at 1/0 [per day]…[signed] 11 May 1830

 

WO 25/303 & WO 25/306 25th Dragoons

22 Jun 1801 Canada Service

Patrick Tracy, 5'2", 28, dark complexion, oval face, grey eyes, brown hair, b. St. Mary's Wexford Wexford, locksmith, 25th Dragoon Guards

25 Apr 1806 Canada Service

Patrick Tracy, 5'2", 28, dark complexion, oval face, grey eyes, brown hair, b. St. Mary's Wexford, locksmith, 25th Dragoon Guards

 

 British Army Pensioners in South Africa 19th Century

Name

Pension Awarded

Unit/Regiment

Residence

Source

Volume

Page

Index No.

Died

Death Place

Patrick Tracey

17 Mar 1819

25th Dragoons

Cape

WO120

35

37

151

A list of men, retired to pension (as opposed to dead or dishonourably discharged), who elected to remain at the Cape, from 1818 to 1826, whose names are listed in WO 23/147 at The National Archives, Kew.

Patrick Tracey

25 Dragoons

40 years     

St. Mary, Wexford

17/3/1819

 

 

James Treacy - Murder of English and Tremble.

"In the first week of the Rebellion, my father, John English, John Tremble and myself came out of... Park, where we had been concealed. At the crossroads of Knockmarshall [St. Johns Enniscorthy], met the prisoner and a party of rebels, the prisoner armed with a pike, and seeing the party, went to hide. I was ordered down to the party by one Devereux, who was a captain. We were then ordered away and the prisoner. James Treacey cried out "Lash the Orange dogs away, everyone of them shall not live”.  I had a sore leg and was ordered by Devereux to be guarded until I got well and then was sent to be with the rest...

Q. Did you hear Devereux give orders, James Tremble and yourself be let remain behind, and order your father and John Tremble to the Battle of Ross?

A. I heard him give orders, and the guard at the crossroads to keep my uncle and myself until we got well of sore legs.

Q. Did you know what situation in life was Devereux?

A. He was a farmer's son, and lived at the Leap.

Q. Did you hear Devereux order them to the Battle of Ross?

- John Austin saw Tremble in the barn of Scullabogue, also saw John English inside the barn with John Tremble.

- Robert Mills heard John Murphy say that John English was one of those burnt...

Matthew Greene, trial 5th November 1798

...witness for the prisoner...3rd witness William Tracy [presume of Wexford Town]...strand over the bridge...

Sweetman, William (2013) County Wexford trials of 1798. The Pike Press, Wexford.

Ireland-Australia Transportation

Surname

First Name

Reb

Ship

Tried

Trial Place

Term

DOB

Native Place

DOD

Death Place

Remarks

Tracey

James

 

Anne I (1801)

1800

Wexford

7

 

 

 

 

1811 Muster

[Aiding in Murder - Death commuted to 7 years]

James Tracy. Per "Anne", 1801,

1810 Jun 9, Granted certificate of freedom (Reel 6038; SZ758 p.51)

Sydney Gazette June 12th 1808

Sitting bench magistrate Capt Abbott

James Tracy [per ‘Anne’?], for absenting himself from his master early in May, and continuing absent until within a few days since. The prisoner stated, that he had, in company with two others set out to cross the mountains in quest of a hitherto undiscovered settlement; the chimerical existence of which has proved fatal to many ignorant and credulous adventurers; that they had crossed three ridges of mountains; that they subsisted during their absence upon flour, with a small quantity of which they had equipped themselves, mixed with water. His master was present at the examination, and gave the prisoner a character which weighed with the bench in mitigation the punishment which his offence of absconding from his labour, must otherwise have drawn upon him but as it was necessary at the same time by example to deter others from similar misdeeds, he was sentenced to one hundred lashes.

 

14 January 1802 Freemans Journal  - By the Lord Lieutenant and Council of Ireland,  A Proclamation

Re: Thomas Neale of Ballinapierce

 

1804 Mary Tracey, Rathholm, Ballybrennan. Widow (Wexford) (Bond)

 

March 28th 1810 Waterford Assizes (Freemans Journal)

On Friday last, Patrick Lynagh, one of the Under Tolls and Customs of waterford, was tried and convicted for an assult upon Rose Tracy, a poor widow woman, who had come from the county of Wexford with a basket of eggs and six couples of fowls, value about 13s. to sell, and for extorting from her the sum of 3d. under colour of his office. Mr. Burroughs, who stated the case for the Crown, declared the object of the Prosecution was not so much to inflict a heavy punishment upon the offender, as to shew those who are principally concerned in the Tolls and Customs of Waterford, that the abuses and extortions which have of late been so much complained of, and improperly sanctioned, the respectable Body of the Merchants, who were in fact the Prosocutors in the present instance, had determined by every legal means to redress; and he trusted that the event of the Prosecution would serve as an example to prevent a repetition of such offences; and it appeared, besides the extortion, that the poor woman had upwards of 16 of her eggs broken, and one of the fowls killed.--Lynagn was found guilty upon the clearest testimony-he was sentenced to one week's imprisonment. The Traverser produced no witnesses, and was not defended by any Counsel or Agent, being totally deserted by those for whom he was employed, or acted.

 

1 Dec 1810 Canadian military service - Description of men of the 2nd Battalion

Cornelius Treacy, 19, 5'7",  born abt 1791 Ballynageragh Kerry, volunteer from Kerry Militia, weaver, fresh complexion, dark hair, long face, grey eyes, enlisted Wexford

John Treacy, 22,  5'8.25", born abt 1788 Ballynageragh Kerry, volunteer from Kerry Militia, tailor, fair complexion, d brown hair, oral face, grey eyes, enlisted Wexford

 

1817 from Wexford and Carlow, 5,500 Emigrants (c. 1,000 families) to Canada (British North America),

935 Ml Tracy 4

 

“Burial without Coffins. -- correspondent of  “Notes and Queries” (London), June 7th, 1856, page 455, who signed himself “E.C., Wexford,” wrote as follows : I beg to say that here the fact (of burying without coffins) although now totally obsolete, is known to have existed. In the Barony of Forth, the celebrated Anglo-Norman colony planted in the days of Strongbow, is situated the Church of Lady's Isle, formerly the Lough Derg of the South of Ireland, as a pilgrimage, and therefore frequented from all parts. I have heard from credit-worthy persons in my early days that they remembered bodies having been brought from great distances to be buried there, who had made it a dying request to be buried in the Lady's Isle without a coffin, the coffin to be left in the ruins of the old church for the use of the first person requiring one. This was always looked on by the people of the locality as an act of humiliation and devotion on the part of the deceased, but was not a general custom, nor is it in tradition as having ever been imitated in any of the burial places of the Barony.

“In the graveyard of the Augustinian Abbey of St. John, near Enniscorthy, in the Barony of Scarawalsh, I learn that the following custom of burial was observed until about the year 1818, by certain families, named Tracey and their connexions, the Doyles, the Dalys, and others, of the townland of Croan and adjoining. The body being brought to the graveyard in a well made coffin, the friends assembled around, and the face was uncovered in order that they might take a farewell look at the loved departed. The body was then taken from the coffin and laid in the grave with great care, and at each end was raised a course of stone work, without mortar, 18 or 30 inches high, according to circumstances. Much attention was paid to providing tough green sods cut from the adjoining alluvial bank of the river Slaney, and several of them about 7 feet long and 2 wide, each being well rolled up were conveyed to the graveyard, and with them the grave was carefully and neatly lined from bottom to top, one the head of the grave being laid lengthwise over the ends of the others. In this green chamber was strewn moss in the season, dry grass and flowers, and a pillow of the same supported the head of the corpse when laid on this its last earthly bed. One or more stout plants were then placed longitudinally and, the green sods of the sides turned over and downwards, completed all but the filling in the usual way with the clay. The mound being covered with the original green sods of the grave prayers were said without any keening or any wailing but the feeling what natural grief gave utterance to. A particular solemnity is said to have marked every occasion of this kind.

“The last person at whose funeral this form was observed was named John Doyle, who was a bachelor, but all his friends since have conformed to the custom of the neighbourhood, and use coffins.  J.C.”

Journal of the South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society Volune 15

 

“Down to about half a century since, the families of Tracy, Doyle and Daly, with their connexions, whose burial-place was the graveyard of the Prioy of St. John, about a mile south of Enniscorthy, in the county of Wexford, buried their dead without coffins: the corpse being brought to the grave in  a well-made coffin, and the grave being carefully lined with fresh green sods, the body, wrapped solely in its winding-sheet, was placed therin, the head being supported by a pillow of dried grass and moss; more sods, supported by planks, were placed over it, with the grassy side down, and the grave was then filled in as usual. – See “Wexford Independent” of May 3, 1856.”

Urban, Sylvanus (1857) The Gentleman’s Magazine and Historical Review. Vol III. P.608n. John Henry & James Parker, London.

 

“Singular Burial Custom near Enniscorthy

In the grave-yard of the old Priory Church of St. John, near Enniscorthy (Kilcarberry) was observed, until about 1825, a singular burial custom, rarely, if ever met elsewhere. Three families in comfortable circumstances, named Tracey, Doyle and Daly, with others their connections buried their dead here without coffins. The bodies being brought in a well made coffin to the edge of the grave, the friends assembled around, and the body - the face for a few moments being uncovered in order to take their last look at the lamented departed was laid in the grave, previously prepared with great care. The grave was made more than six feet deep and long to suit the purpose – and at each end a course of stone-work, without mortar, was raised over two feet high. Much care was given to providing a tough green sod, cut about seven feet long, and about two wide, from the alluvial banks of the Slaney. Several of these being rolled up, were conveyed to the grave-yard, and the grave then neatly lined with them and covering the bottom. The grave thus presented a smooth green appearance – dry grass and some flowers were strewn thickly in it, and a pillow of the same raised the head as it were in bed. The corpse in its simple, but ample winding-sheet, was then removed from the coffin, and laid in its last resting place, the grave – a stout plank or two was then placed length-ways from the stonework at head and foot, but not touching the body, and the green sods, the grass downwards, carefully folded over all. The grave was then filled in the usual manner, and covered with the ordinary green sod, whilst the coffin was left for the use of the first poor person who might require it. No ‘coinin’ was ever practiced, or lamination beyond the suppression of the workings of natural grief. The last ceremony of this kind we can hear of having taken place here, was at the funeral of John Doyle of Craan, but since this time his family and the others who had observed their custom, have conformed to the forms and usages of their neighbours, and bury in coffins. No tradition of the origin of the custom now survives.”

Griffiths, George (1877) The chronicles of the county of Wexford to 1877, Enniscorthy.

 

 

1 May 1822 Finns Leinster Journal

Insurrection Act. Trial Sessions - County of Kilkenny

William Byrne, Patrick Tracy, James Fortune, Patrick Ryan, were next put forward, accused of being absent from their dwellings on the night of the 24th instant. These men are county Wexford boatmen, who came to load limestone ??? their own county, a trade as common on the river Suir as any in which the busy city of Waterford is engaged. They had gone ashore for ??? ments at Granny, where they were lying- ???ting the change of tide and could not get ??? again until the tide fell. They freely ??? the charge and pleaded this fact as the ??? of their being ashore. It si scarely pro- ??? that they knew the barony of Iverk was ???lmed. ???hard Birron knows the prisoners; lives in ??? county Wexford, at Campile Bridge; keeps ???ghters; three of the prisoners are in his employment; left the place on Tuesday to go for ??? one to the county Kilkenny, to Sarang's[?] ??? they were on Witness's business; sometimes ??? 24 and sometimes 48 hours out; knows ??? character of the prisoners is very good. ??? Regan arrested prisoners; the tide was ???they could not get on board their boats at ??? - Acquitted.

 

December 16, 1822 Freemans Journal

On Tuesday night, some atrocious ruffians cut the throat of a horse the property of Mathew Tracy, of Rathholm, in the Barony of Forth.

 

RIC

Nicholas Tracy, 10597 (Nichs Tracy, 22, Wexford, enlisted 1847 D 1873)

 

British Army Service Records

Michael Tracey, b. 1825 Wexford, Wexford

John Treacey, b. 1838 Arklow, Wexford

 

1820s-1830s Tithe Records

Alphabetical

 By Area

 

James Tracy [Leacy?], Cushinstown, Carnagh, Wexford, 1833

James Treacy, Ballinapierce, St John's, Wexford, 1833

James Treacy, Killpatrick, Kilgorman, Wexford, 1833

James Treacy, Kilpatrick, Kilgorman, Wexford, 1833

 

John Tracey, Muchrath, Killinick, Wexford, 1833

John Treacy, Clondaw [Garyduff], Kilcormick, Wexford, 1825

 

L Treacy, Killpatrick, Kilgorman, Wexford, 1833

L Treacy, Kilpatrick, Kilgorman, Wexford, 1833

 

Mathew Tracy, Ratholm, Ballybrennan, Wexford, 1833

Michael Tracy, Clonranny, Kilgorman, Wexford, 1833

Michael Treacy, Cloneranny, Kilgorman, Wexford, 1833

Michl Treacy, Ballinapierce, St John's, Wexford, 1833

 

Nichs Tracey, Maudlintown, Maudlintown, Wexford, 1833

 

Patrick Treacey, Ballyveelick, St James and Dunbrody, Wexford, 1833

 

Robert Tracey, Guttle Street, St Mary's Enniscorthy, Wexford, 1833

Robert Treacy, Guttle Street, St Mary's Enniscorthy, Wexford, 1833

 

Thos Tracy, Ratholm, Ballybrennan, Wexford, 1833

 

 

Thos Tracy, Ratholm, Ballybrennan, Wexford, 1833

Mathew Tracy, Ratholm, Ballybrennan, Wexford, 1833

 

James Tracy [Leacy?], Cushinstown, Carnagh, Wexford, 1833

 

John Treacy, Clondaw [Garyduff], Kilcormick, Wexford, 1825

 

John Tracey, Muchrath, Killinick, Wexford, 1833

 

James Treacy, Killpatrick, Kilgorman, Wexford, 1833

James Treacy, Kilpatrick, Kilgorman, Wexford, 1833

L Treacy, Killpatrick, Kilgorman, Wexford, 1833

L Treacy, Kilpatrick, Kilgorman, Wexford, 1833

Michael Tracy, Clonranny, Kilgorman, Wexford, 1833

Michael Treacy, Cloneranny, Kilgorman, Wexford, 1833

 

Nichs Tracey, Maudlintown, Maudlintown, Wexford, 1833

 

Patrick Treacey, Ballyveelick, St James and Dunbrody, Wexford, 1833

 

Michl Treacy, Ballinapierce, St John's, Wexford, 1833

James Treacy, Ballinapierce, St John's, Wexford, 1833

 

Robert Tracey, Guttle Street, St Mary's Enniscorthy, Wexford, 1833

Robert Treacy, Guttle Street, St Mary's Enniscorthy, Wexford, 1833

 

1825-1839 Tithes [also includes possible records]

James Treacey, Ballinapierce, St. Johns, Wexford, 3a/1r/0p, 1833 (ref: 31/40)

James Treacy?, Ballyhilan?, Rossdroit,, Co. Wexford, 19a/0r/0p, 1827

James & L Treacy, Kilpatrick, Kilgorman, Co. Wexford, 27a/0r/0p, 1833 (ref 31/17)

John Tracey/Treacy, Muchrath, Killinick, Co. Wexford, 2 lots 6a/0r/0p & 4a/0r/0p, 1833 to 1836, (ref 31/125)

John Treacy, Garryduff, Kilcormick, Co. Wexford, 13a/2r/25p, 1825 (ref 31/25)

John Treacy?, Shellagin, St James & Dunbrody, Co. Wexford, 1a/0r/0p, 1833 (ref 31/94)

Mathew Franey/Trassey, 6 Friary Lane, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, 0a/0r/72p, 1833 (ref 31/12)

Mathew Tracy, Ratholm, Ballybrennan, Co. Wexford, 27a/1r/33p, 1839 (ref 31/126)

Matthew Franey/Trassey, Aughacopha, Templeshanbo, Co. Wexford, 7a/3r/10p, 1825 (ref 31/9)

Mich Treacey, Ballinapierce, St. Johns, Wexford, 4a/2r/0p, 1833 (ref: 31/40)

Michael Treacy, Cloneranny, Kilgorman, Co. Wexford, 9a/3r/0p, 1833 (ref 31/17)

Nichs Tracey, Maudlintown, Maudlintown, Co. Wexford, 11a/1r/4p, 1833 (ref 31/116)

Patrick Heasy?, 38 Guttle St Court, St. Mary’s Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, 0a/0r/2p, 1833 (ref 31/12)

Patrick Treacy, Ballyvelig?, St James & Dunbrody, Co. Wexford, 1a/0r/0p, 1833 (ref 31/94)

Rich Tracy, Kilnahue, Mangan, Co. Wexford, 2 lots 6a/0r/0p & 5a/0r/0p, 1834, (ref. 31/17)

Richard Franey/Trassey?, Aughacopha, Templeshanbo, Co. Wexford, 15a/0r/0p, 1825 (ref 31/9)

Richard Franey/Trassy?, Caime, Templeshanbo, Co. Wexford, 7a/1r/19p, 1825 (ref 31/9)

Robert Treacy, 11 Guttle St Court, St. Mary’s Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, 0a/0r/2p, 1833 (ref 31/12)

Thos Tracy, Ratholm, Ballybrennan, Co. Wexford, 13a/3r/0p, 1839 (ref 31/126)

Thomas Tracy?, Ballywilliam, Templeludigan, Co. Wexford, 10a/0r/0p, 1834

 

1831 Tithe Defaulter

Matthew Tracy, Ratholeen, Ballybrennan, Co. Wexford.

Nicholas Treacy, Mauldinstown, Co. Wexford.

Thomas Treacy, Ratholeen, Ballybrennan, Co. Wexford.

 

July 20, 1832 (FJ) Wexford Summer Assizes

The assizes terminated here on Saturday. Patrick Saan was sentenced to nine months imprisonment, and a fine of twenty pounds, for being what Baron Foster called a ringleader, in an assault upon four policemen stationed at Killinick. James Gaul and James Tracy are also sentenced for same offence to imprisonment, the former one week, the latter for three months. - Wexford Freeman

 

1835-1857 Merchant Navy Seamen

John Tracey, b. 1819 Wexford Wexford

Michael Tracey, b. 1815 Wexford Wexford

Thomas Tracey, b. 1831 Wakeford [Wexford?]

Timothy Tracey, b. Ballyhack [Wexford]

John Treacy, b. 02 February 1881 Wexford, County Wexford. Number: S8098. BT 377/7/94399

1868 Merchant Navy

John Tracy, 30 years, b. 1838 Wexford, 1868 ship Brother Wexford, No. 16844, previous ship Spray 1867, Able seaman, £3 wages, advanced £1.10, discharged Cardiff

1873 Merchant Navy

William Tracey, 30 years, b. 1843 Wexford, joined Sovereign 11 Jul 1873 Bristol, previous ship Independant Wexford, Able Seaman, wages £3.10 per month, advanced £1.15, discharged Cardiff 27 Oct 1873, balance £8.19.4, his mark

1889 Merchant Navy

James Trasey, b. 1830 Kilpatrick Co Wexford, served Dec 1889 on Geraldine, last ship Water Witch of Arklow, hand, discharged 1st Dec 1889 Arklow

1910 Merchant Navy

Jn Treacy, 41 years, b. 1869 Wexford, singed on the SS Sinainn at Limerick 11/7/1910, Able seaman, paid £1.7 per week, discharged Liverpool 15/7/10 [also W O'Neill, 40, b. 1870 Wexford]

1915 Merchant Navy

J Tracey; rank/rating, Bosuns Mate; age, 45; place of birth, Wexford; previous ship, Irotesislaus. Ship: Orduna 1915

 

6 June 1838 Wexford Independent

Chancery

John Flood and Sons [or others], Plaintiffs

William Sutton and Sons [or others], Defendants

Pursuant to the Decree made in this cause, bearing date the 27th day of June 1837, I will on Saturday the 23rd June next, at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon at my chambers on the Inns Quay, Dublin, set up and sell by Public Cant to the highest and fairest bidder, the interest of Patrick Sutton, Esq., in the pleadings in this cause named, in all that and those, that part and parcel of the Lands of St. John's as formerly in the possession of Henry Tracy, deceased, but now in the actual possession of the said Patrick Sutton and his under tenants, containing about 15 Irish acres, situated in the manor of St. Johns's and county of Wexford. And also, all that piece or parcel of ground situate on the West side of Templeshannon-street, containing three roods more or less, being part of Pannel's [or Parnel's] Park, situated in the manor of Kithobrick [or Kilhebbrick] and county of Wexford aforesaid. And also, all that and those, the towns and lands of Salville with the dwelling house and out-offices thereon, containing by a survey made thereof 82a0r16p or thereabouts, Irish plantation measure, situated in the barony of Ballaghkeen and county of Wexford aforesaid. And also, all that and those, the lands called Little Munster or Rush [or Bush] park, containing about 20 acres and one perch, situated and being in the town of Enniscorthy, in the barony of Scarawalsh and county of Wexford aforesaid, together with a large malt house erected thereon. And also, all that piece or parcel of ground in the Market Street of Enniscorthy in the county of Wexford, on which a dwelling house or houses had been erected. And also, and all that plot or piece of ground with the buildings, situated on the south side of Barrack Lane in the town of Enniscorthy and county of Wexford aforesaid. And also, all that part of the town and lands of Kilcarbery, late in the possession of Thomas Furlong and Miles Mannion, save and except Cabbett and Ryan's holding; and that part then in the possession of Patrick Sutton, containing 37 acres Irish plantation measure. And also , that part of the Old Malt House walls, with part of the garden behind the said walls, situate in Enniscorthy, aforesaid. And also, all that parcel of land, situate on the West side of the road leading from Enniscorthy to Kilkenny, containing 13a1r11p. And also, all that dwelling house with the yard thereto belonging, situate in the Flesh Market at Enniscorthy; and that other Messuage or dwelling house situate at the corner of Church street, Enniscorthy. And also, that dwelling house called the Friary, with the Garden thereto belonging; and the cabin in Irish-street, adjoining Peter Redmond's cabin; and all that dwelling, messuage or tenement situated on Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin as the said premises are more particularly mentioned and described in the several deeds and leases under which the same are held, and in the pleadings in his cause particularly mentioned for the purposes in said decree mentioned, subject to the conditions stated in the order of the 1st day of May 1838.

Dated this 17th day of May 1838

J.S. Townsend

As a particulars of renal and s aemen of title, application to be made to Messrs. Blennerhassett and Thompson, Plaintiff’s Solicitors, 35 Holles street, Dublin.

 

[1838] Lot No.1 Fee Simple lands of Ballyrane, Barony of Forth, and County of Wexford – Landed Estate Court 1874

Tenants: Samuel Wheelock, and Mary Tracy, Representatives of Alexander Harrison, Eliza Harrison, Thomas Bennett, Mary Bennett, Anne Wheelock and Jane Wheelock

Rent: £11.1.6 Quit Rent £2.19.5.5 103a/2r/27p

The original Lease of these Tenants denomination, bears date 9th December 1712, forthe term of three lives with a covenant of perpetual renewal, at yearly rent of £12 late currancy, with renewal fine of £6 late currancy on fall of each life.

Last renewal was made by Mr. Lett, to parties here set out, and bears 8th September 1838, for lives of her majersty the Queen, Prince George of Cumberland, and Prince George of Cambridge. Tenants pay yearly Tithe rent-charge.

 

1839: T. Shearman The New Commercial Directory For The Cities Of Waterford And Kilkenny, Towns Of Clonmel, Carrick-on-suir, New Ross And Carlow

Thomas Tracy, Quay, New Ross, Wexford. Coach/carriage Maker.

 

1840 Canada, British Regimental Registers

Thomas Tracy. 5'7.25", 18 years, sallow complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair, b. Enniscatley [Enniscorthy] Wexford, Labourer, enlisted Enniscorthy 13th Jany 1840, 57th Foot Soldiers, 1st Battalion

 

1840 Tracy, Thomas, Ratholin, Wexford. (Prerogative Will)

 

Alfred arrived 29 Jan 1842, NSW (Bounty immigrants)

Arthur Tracy (s. of John & Julia Tracy, both dead), Roman Catholic, stone mason and bricklayer, aged 27 years of Enniscorthy, Wexford, Ireland & Julia Tracy (d. of Patrick & Julia Tierney, both dead) Roman Catholic, domestic servant, aged 26 years of Dublin, Ireland. Their child, Jane was born on board 28 January 1842.

Anne Tracey (d. of  Patrick & Mary Tracey) RC, housemaid, 19 years of Dublin

Came under protection of brother John

John Tracy (d. of  Patrick & Mary Tracy, both alive) RC, bricklayer, 23 years of Dublin

wife Anne Tracy (d. of James &  Dorothea Lachlan, both dead) RC, house servant, 22 years of Arklow, Wicklow, Ireland

Celia and Margaret Smith were under his care during the voyage.

 

18 May 1842 The Wexford Independant

In Chancery

Daniel Brien and Johanna Shannon, minors, by Mary Walsh, widow, their maternal Aunt and next Friend, Plaintiffs.

Thomas Tracey, Johanna Tracey, otherwise Shannon, his wife, and others, Defendants.

Pursuant to the Report made in this cause, bearing date the Fourth Day of May, 1842, which was duely confirmed, I will, on Monday, the 23rd day of May instant, at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon, set up and let, to the highest and fairest bidder, for seven years, pending this Cause, all that and those, that Part of the lands of Ballygarvin, in the County of Wexford, late in the possession of John Murphy, and also all that and those, that Part of the Lands of Ballygarvin aforesaid, late in the possession of Martin Cheevers. J.S. Townsend. Dated this 12th Day of May, 1842.

The farm late in possession of John Murphy contains two acres, and the farm late in possession of Martin Cheevers contains two roods, and which there is a dwelling-house. These lands are situated near the Market and Post-town of New Ross, in the County of Wexford. The Tenant will be required to enter into the usual Security, by Recognizance - himself and two Surities in double the amount of the Rent, for the punetual payment of same. For particulars, apply to John V. Horan, Solicitor for Plaintiffs, No.47, York-street, Dublin; or Mr. Charles Hayden, the Receiver, Dunbrody, Priesthaggard, Wexford.

 

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

Thomas Treacy, Wexford, committed 7 June 1842, by High Sheriff, Contempt of Chancery Court, discharged 14 April 1845

 

1843 Spring Assizes Wexford

Queen v. Ellen Tracy, £7/7/0 Counsel fee, £2/2/3 Clerk fee, [Wexford Town?]

 

1846 Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory of Ireland

Matthew Tracy, Faythe, Wexford. Public House.

 

Patrick Tracy, b.1848 Wexford Wexford, 1897 Crew List

 

1846-1851 New York arrivals

Pat Tracy, age unknown, Labourer, Ireland to USA, New Ross: Lady Constable 04/07/1849

 

Feb 1850 Parliamentary Elecotors for the borough of Wexford

Mathew Tracy, Maudlintown.

 

Ireland-Australia Transportation Database (1780-1868)

SURNAME: TRACY

OTHER NAMES: JAMES

AGE: 31        

SEX: M

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Wexford           

TRIAL DATE: 18/04/1850

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Robbery

SENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs

SHIP: PHEOBE DUNBAR 00/06/1853

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 10, p 273

Phoebe Dunbar arrived in Fremantle on August 30, 1853

James Tracy/Tracey, 2428, 7y, 30 years old, Wexford 18/04/1850, House breaking & robbery

James Tracey

Convict No

2428

Ship Name

Phoebe Dunbar

Ship Arrival Date

20 Aug 1853

Alias

aka TRACY

Birth Date

1823

Marital Status

Mar 4 chn

Occupation

labouter

Literacy

semi lit

Religion

RC

Sentence Date

18 Apr 1850

Sentence Province

Wexford

Sentence Country

Ireland

Length of Sentence

7yrs

Crime

house breaking

Ticket of Leave Date

7 Aug 1854

Conditional Pardon Date

May 1858

 

1851 Census - Leeds Borough Gaol and House of Correction, Armley, Leeds, Yorkshire

Thomas Fraley [Tracey], Prisoner, unmarried, 24, sailor (merchant), b. Wexford Wexford

1851 Censu - 10 Trosmboy St Liverpool

Margret Gilmore, wife, 34, b. Wexford

Thomas Treasz [Treasy], lodger, married, 20 years, b. Ireland C Wexford, railway laborer, [also Morris Welch 24 & John Donly 25 of Wexford]

Thomas Treacy, Railway Labourer, b. Irl. County Wexford, Folio/Piece 368a, 2178/2

1851 Census of Liverpool – Index of Irish Born

Benjamin Tracy, 23, Porter, b. Irl. Wexford, Folio/Piece 231, 2179/1

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jeanmccarthy36/1851%20Liverpool/index_to_the_1851_census_of_liverpool_irish_born.htm

 

24 July 1852 (N) New Ross Election Fund [for Charles Gavan Duffy]

Liverpool...Thomas Tracey 2s6d...

14 August 1852 (N) New Ross Election Fund

London...Mr. Tracey...

 

Advertisement of 18th September 1852 seeking: Martin Gowen of St. Marys Enniscorthy who came to Philadelphia by his wife Catherine Tracy Gowen. Contact name Cornelius Callaghan of Cheumung, Elmira, NY.

 

Griffiths Valuation 1853 for Wexford

Alphabetical

By Area

Bridget Tracey, Crane Clone (Enniscorthy) Mid-Wexford

Bridget Tracey, Kilpatrick Kilgorman, North Wexford

 

James Tracy, Ballynapierce St. Johns (Enniscorthy) Mid-Wexford

James Tracy, Butlersland St. Marys, New Ross, South West Wexford

James Tracy, Town of Ferns, Main Street Ferns, (North of Enniscorthy), Mid-Wexford

James Treacy, Bryanstown Clongeen, South West Wexford

 

John Tracey, Muchrath Killinick, South East Wexford

John Tracy, Clonsharragh St. James and Dunbrody, South West Wexford

John Tracy, New Ross St. Marys New Ross, South West Wexford

John Treacy, Cloneranny Kilgorman North Wexford

 

Margaret Tracy, Townparks St. Johns, Wexford Town, South East Wexford

 

Martin Tracey, Dunanore Clonmore (Enniscorthy) Mid-Wexford

Martin Tracy, Ballynapierce St. Johns (Enniscorthy) Mid-Wexford

 

Matthew Tracey, Ballyrane Killinick, South East Wexford

Matthew Tracy, Maudlintown Maudlintown, (Wexford Town) South East Wexford

Matthew Tracy, Townparks St. Michaels, South East Wexford

Matthew Treacy, Ratholm Ballybrennan South East Wexford

 

Patrick Tracy, Ballyvelig St. James and Dunbrody, South West Wexford

 

Rose Tracey, Kilpatrick Kilgorman, North Wexford

 

William Tracey, Kilmichael Kilgorman, North Wexford

William Tracey, Kilpatrick Kilgorman, North Wexford

Wm Tracey, Kilpatrick Kilgorman, North Wexford

Bridget Tracey, Kilpatrick Kilgorman, North Wexford

John Treacy, Cloneranny Kilgorman North Wexford

Rose Tracey, Kilpatrick Kilgorman, North Wexford

William Tracey, Kilmichael Kilgorman, North Wexford

William Tracey, Kilpatrick Kilgorman, North Wexford

Wm Tracey, Kilpatrick Kilgorman, North Wexford

 

Bridget Tracey, Crane Clone (Enniscorthy) Mid-Wexford

James Tracy, Ballynapierce St. Johns (Enniscorthy) Mid-Wexford

James Tracy, Town of Ferns, Main Street Ferns, (North of Enniscorthy), Mid-Wexford

Martin Tracey, Dunanore Clonmore (Enniscorthy) Mid-Wexford

Martin Tracy, Ballynapierce St. Johns (Enniscorthy) Mid-Wexford

 

Margaret Tracy, Townparks St. Johns, Wexford Town, South East Wexford

Matthew Tracy, Townparks St. Michaels of Feagh, Wexford Town, South East Wexford

Matthew Tracy, Maudlintown Maudlintown, (Wexford Town) South East Wexford

 

John Tracey, Muchrath Killinick, South East Wexford

Matthew Tracey, Ballyrane Killinick, South East Wexford

Matthew Treacy, Ratholm Ballybrennan South East Wexford

 

James Tracy, Butlersland St. Marys, New Ross, South West Wexford

James Treacy, Bryanstown Clongeen, South West Wexford

John Tracy, Clonsharragh St. James and Dunbrody, South West Wexford

John Tracy, New Ross St. Marys New Ross, South West Wexford

Patrick Tracy, Ballyvelig St. James and Dunbrody, South West Wexford

 

Enniscorthy Petty Sessions

 

17/01/1853 Enniscorthy Court

Elizabeth Treacy, Complainant

Thomas Griffin of Parish of Saint Marys town of Enniscorthy, defendant

For that the defendant on the 13 of January last did unlawfully assault complainant at Enniscorthy and attempt to take milk from her by force

That the defendant be imprisoned in the gaol of Wexfiord for one month with hard labour.

 

15/01/1855 Enniscorthy Court

The Treasurer of the Enniscorthy Loan Society, complainant

James Treacy of St Johns Ballinapierce, John Kelly of Moneyheer [St Johns] and Edward Dormer Enniscorthy

For that the defendants neglected to pay the complainant the sum of two pounds ten schillings and eight pence being the amount alleged by the said complainant to be due by them on their joint and several note bearing date the 16 October 1854.

No appearance.

 

17/03/1856 Enniscorthy Court

Michael Doran, Collector of Poor Rates, Parish of St Marys Town of Enniscorthy, complainant

Mairtin Treacy of the parish of St Johns townland of Ballinapierce, defendant,

For that the defendant refused or neglected to pay the complainant as collector of poor rates for the Union of Enniscorthy the sum of 12/8 for a poor rate made the 27th Sepember 1855.

No Appearance

 

17/03/1856 Enniscorthy Court

Michael Doran, Collector of Poor Rates, Parish of St Marys Town of Enniscorthy, complainant

James Treacy of the parish of St Johns townland of Ballinapierce, defendant,

For that the defendant refused or neglected to pay the complainant as collector of poor rates for the Union of Enniscorthy the sum of 8/8 for a poor rate made the 27th Sepember 1855.

No Appearance

 

28/05/1860 Enniscorthy Court Case 368

Mathew Treacy of Parish of St Marys town of Enniscorthy, complainant

Thomas Doyle of Parish of St Marys town of Enniscorthy, defendant

For that the defendant did unlawfully assault the complainant on 25th May 1860 at Enniscorthy in the Co Wexford said complainant being the defendants apprentice.

The complaint dismissed on the merits and without costs.

 

28/05/1860 Enniscorthy Court Case 369

Mathew Treacy of Parish of St Marys town of Enniscorthy, complainant

Thomas Doyle of Parish of St Marys town of Enniscorthy, defendant

For that the compliant requires the defendant to show cause why he should not teach and instruct him in the trade and business of a baker, which the defendant was bound to do by the indenture od complianants apprentenships

The complaint dismissed on the merits and without costs.

 

28/05/1860 Enniscorthy Court Case 370

Thomas Doyle of Parish of St Marys town of Enniscorthy, complainant

Mathew Tracy of Parish of St Marys town of Enniscorthy, defendant

For that the defendant within three years last part was bound under indentures to serve his time to the complainant as an apprentice to the trade of a baker, and having entered into such apprentice did absent himself and misconduct himself in the complainant employment the term of such indentures not having expined.

That the defendant return to his apprenticeship.

 

02/06/1873 Enniscorthy Court

Constable John Wallace, complainant,

Matthew Treacy of Enniscorthy parish of St Mary, defendant

That the defendant on the 28th of May 1873 at Enniscorthy in said county had in his shops and for use one set of unjust scales & one unjust weight.

Fined 2/6 costs 1/. weight and balance to be inspected in default 7 days in Co gaol

 

2/11/1874 Enniscorthy Court

Mathew Treacy of Enniscorthy, Complainant

Thomas King of Enniscorthy, defendant

That the defendant on the 29th of October 1874 at Enniscorthy did make use of abusive language towards the complainant & challagned him to fight whereby he is required to show cause why he should not enter into surities to be of good behavour

No appearance

 

13/05/1878 Enniscorthy Court

Anne Masterson of Enniscorthy, shop keeper, complainant

Mary Treacy of Dunnanore, Defendant

That the defendant is justly indebted to the complainant in the sum of 7/3 for goods sold & delivered which she has neglected to pay

No appearance

 

27/10/1879 Enniscorthy Court

Tobias Rossiter Esq of Enniscorthy, complainant

Anne Treacy of Enniscorthy, defendant

Than the defendant on the 16th October 1879 at Enniscorthy did make use of abusive, provoking & aggravating language towards the complainant calculated to cause a breach of the peace whereby he requires her to show cause why she should not enter into surities to be of good behaviour

 

29/12/1884 Enniscorthy Court

Mathew  Treacy of Enniscorthy, baker, Complainant

thos Kehoe of Ross Road, mason, defendant

That the defendant on the 22nd of Dec 1884 at enniscorthy did unlawfully assault the complainant in his dwelling house.

No appearance

 

16/12/1889 Enniscorthy Court Case 146

Mathew Treacy of Enniscorthy, Baker, complainant

Mathew Hanlon of Court st Enniscorthy, baker, defendant

James Sheehan & Mathew Tracey, witnesses

That the deft continue unlawfully to overhold and refuse and neglect to deliver up to the compt or his agent on demand made the possession of that portion of a dwelling house located at Court st in the town of Enniscorthy which he holds from him this tenacy at 2/6 a week being duly determined by a notice to quit

To deliver up possession in not less than from or more than ten days from date of warrant

 

16/12/1889 Enniscorthy Court Case 147

Mathew Treacy of Enniscorthy, Baker, complainant

Michl Crowley of Court st Enniscorthy, Town Inspect, defendant

James Sheehan & Mathew Tracey, witnesses

That the deft continue unlawfully to overhold and refuse and neglect to deliver up to the compt or his agent on demand made the possession of that portion of a dwelling house located at Court st in the town of Enniscorthy which he holds from him this tenacy at 2/6 a week being duly determined by a notice to quit

To deliver up possession in not less than from or more than ten days from date of warrant

 

03/02/1890 Enniscorthy Court

Mathew Tracy of Enniscorthy, baker, Complainant

Michl Crowley of Enniscorthy, Town Inspector, defendant

Mathew Tracey, Michael Crowley, witnesses

That the defendant is justly indepted to the complaniant in the sum £1.9.0 for rent due on his weekly holding of a house at 2/6 per week up to 28th December 1889 & expenses incurred in disposing him.

Decree for twenty nine schillings with five schilling costs.

 

24/10/1892 Enniscorthy Court

The Treasurer of the Enniscorthy Loan Society, complainant

Mary Sullivan formerly Mary Kehoe of Nunnery Road, Mathew Treacy of Chapel St & Thos Slze of chapel St, Defendants

John Donovan & Robert Dorcus, witnesses

That the defendants are justly indebted to the treasurer of the Enniscorthy Loan Society in the sum of £1.13.4 on their joint and several note bearing date the 11th of July 1892 which they have neglected to pay.

Decree for the pound thirteen schilling and four pence with three schilling costs

 

13/05/1895 Enniscorthy Court

The Treasurer of the Enniscorthy Loan Sociey, complainant

Peter Franklin, Matthew Treacy & Thomas Connors of Enniscorthy, defendants

John Donovan & James O Connor, witnesses

Loan Fund £1.9.6. That the defendants are justly indebted to the Treasurer of the Enniscorthy Loan Society in the sum of £1.9.6 on their joint and several note bearing date 26th Nov 1894.

Decress for one pound nine schillings & six pence with three schiiling cost.

 

11/02/1901 Enniscorthy Court

Constable Michl Tobin RIC Enniscorthy, complainant,

Martin Tracey, Henry Copeland, Wm Donovan, Thos Rourke, Danl Doyle, defendants

Whereas on 9th Febry 1901 a net was seized by complainant on the mill-race at Tomduff while used fishing and is now brought before the court.

 

07/05/1913 Ferns Court

Srg T Tarney RIC, complainant, Martin Treacy of Enniscorthy, Defendant

Deft at Ferns in but that on 22 Apl 1913 was found drunk in charge of a bicyle in public street

Fined 2/6, 1/- costs

 

21/10/1912 Enniscorthy Court

Mary Treacy of Springvally [Springvale? Ballycarney], Complainant

Kate Simmons of The Hally/, defendant

Abusive & Threatening language at Monarth?

 

Other Petty Sessions Records

 

Arklow

 

6/3/1890 Garret Treacy of Scarnagh Wexford, defendant, at Carlow did leave a cart on the public street so as to obstruct the passage thereof, pleaded guilty, fine 5s & 1s costs

10/05/1901 James Tracey of 9 North Main Street Arklow Wicklow, defendant, drunk on the public street at Coolgreaney, fine 5/- costs 1/6 or 1 week hard labour

 

Clonroche

 

07/07/1911 Joseph Tracey of Killegney, defendant, drunk at Clonroche, fine 2/6 costs 1/-, Clonroche Court

 

Ferns

 

14 May 1855 Bridget Treacy of of Clone Crane Parish, defendant, that on the night of Sunday the 6th of May 1855 did sell or keep for sale a certain quantity of spirits in her dwelling house, she not being duly licenced for the sale of beer spirits etc. Compliant dismissed on the merits and without costs.

 

26/09/1854 James Treacy of Ferns, drunk at Camolin, fine 2/6 costs 1/6

21/11/1854 James Treacy of Ferns, defendant did allow your two asses to wander and be at large on the public road at Upper Ferns, fine 1/- costs 1/-

24/04/1855 James Treacy of Ferns, labourer, did keep a certain dog at large on the public road or within fifty yards of the public road at Ferns without having such dog muzzled or a block of woof fastened to the neck of suich dog sufficiently heavy to prevent him from being dangerous. fine-/6 costs 1/-

20/05/1856 James Treacy of Ferns, complainant, Thos Moulds of Castleland, defendant, Ellen Henders, James Treacy, Margaret Treacy & Wm Henders, witnesses, the defendant at Ferns did unlawfully impound an ass the property of complainant in the public pound he well known the owner of said ass on a charge of road tresspass, complant dismissed on the merits and without costs

3/06/1856, James Treacy of Ferns, defendant did allow his ass to wander, fine-/6 costs 1/-

24/03/1857 James Treacy of Ferns, witness

9/05/1857 James Treacey labourer of Ferns, defendant, drunk on the streets of Newtownbarry, pleaded guilty, 1/- fine 1/- costs

16/06/1857 James Treacy of Ferns, defendant at Castleland did allow his mule to wander

30/05/1857 James Treacy of Ferns, defendant did allow his mule to wander, fine-/6 costs 1/6

26/01/1858 James Treacy of Ferns, defendant did leave his cart down on the public street at ferns with having an animal harnessed or broken down through accident, fine 1/- costs 1/-

10/09/1859 James Treacy of Ferns, drunk at Glen of Downs, Newtownmountkennedy Court, fine 5/-

07/08/1860 James Treacy of Ferns, did allow gennit to wander at Coolbawn, fine -/6 costs 1/-

5/02/1861 James Treacy of Ferns, complainant, Johanah Treacy, witness, defendant is indebted to complainant in the sum of £1.3.9 for money lent, complaint dismissed without prejeduice and without costs

9/06/1863 James Tracey of Ferns, defendant, Humphrey Rynhart, complainant, indebted in the sum of 19/11 for foods sold and delivered, withdrawn

11/06/1861 James Treacy of Ferns, did allow ass to wander at Castlelands, fine -/6 costs 1/-

18/01/1862 James Tracy of parish & town of Ferns, defendant, John Nowlan of Ballinakill Co Carlow, complainant, that the defendant is indebted to the complainant in the sum of six schillings for money lent, pay 6/- for debt and 2/6 costs

02/09/1862 James Treacy of Ferns, did allow ass to wander at Castlelands, fine -/6 costs 1/-

*23/06/1863 & 7/07/1863 James Treacy of Ferns, William Delany of Ferns, complainant, defendant refused to deliver up possession of a dwelling house situated at ferns which said complainant alleges he holds from him as a weekly tenant, no appearance

25/10/1864 James Treacy of Ferns, did allow ass to wander at Castlelands, fine -/6 costs 1/-

8/11/1864 James Treacy of Ferns, William Moulds of Castleland, complainant, refused to pay complainant for tresspass of ass, fine -/6 costs 1/6

25/03/1865 Henry Tracey of Ferns, Defendant, defendant at Ferns did attempt to pass a conterfit schilling piece in the shop of Mr Humphrey Rynehart, defendant discharged from custody

02/06/1868 James Treacy of Ferns, mule to wander

28/07/1868 James Treacy of Ferns, defendant, William Handers of Ferns, complainant, defendant is indebted for £0.11.5 1/2 for food sold and delivered, pay 11/6 costs 2/-

22/08/1871 James Tracey of Ferns, defendant, two pigs wandering, fine -/6, costs 1/-

29/10/1872 James Treacy of Ferns, 2 pigs to wander

16/05/1874 John Murray, dealer, of Newtownbarry, Mary Ann Reily, Jas Tracey & Ann Kinshela, witness, slaughter an animal on the public road, fine 10/- costs 2/6. Newtownbarry Court

24/07/1875 Newtownbarry Court, James Treacey dealer of Ferns, defendant, Thomas Kelly constable of Newtownbarry, complainant, drunk in charge of a jenneh and car on the public road, pleaded guilty fine 5/- costs 1/- one third to be paid to complainant

 

12/10/1875 Elizabeth Tracy of Ferns, defendant, Capt ET Irvine of St. Aidans, complainant, that the defendant at St Aidans did unlawfully steal and carry away a quantity of beech boughs the property of the complainant, withdrawn

9/11/1875 Kate Tracy of Ferns, defendant, Capt ET Irvine of St Aidans, complainant, that the defendant at St Aidans did unlawfully steal & carry away a quantity of beech boughs the property of the complainant value about one penny, no appearance

6/06/1876 Kitty Treacy, Mary Leacy, Celia Kinsella, Bridget Kinsella, Lizzie Kavanagh, all of Ferns, defendants, Capt ET Irvine of St. Aidans Ferns, complainant, defendants at Woodlands did unlawfully steal & carry away a quantity of oak boughs the property of the complainant value about one penny, Kitty pleaded guilty, all fined -/6 costs 1/6

04/07/1888 & 1/8/1888 Johanna Tracy of Ferns, defendant, Capt ET Irvine of St. Aidans Ferns, complainant, Pat Kinsella, witness, that the defendant on the 16th June 1888 at Kilboro wood did unlawfully break root up or damage with intent to steal a quantity of firewood the property of complainant, fined six pencr compensation six pence & costs one schilling & six pence, paid 2/6 1.8.88

02/01/1889 Johanna Tracy of Ferns, defendant, Bridget Murphy of Ferns, complainant, 28th Dec 1888 at Ferns did make use of abusive provoking & threatening language..., dismissed.

 

14th & 28th February, & 13th March, 3rd & 10th April 1876 Bridget Treacy, Defendant, late of Kilgobbin [Clonmore] and now of Ferns, William Lett of Kilgibbon, Complainant. That the defendant on the 14/1/1876 left the service of the compliant, the employer, against his will & consent, and without due notice, she being a domestic servant at the wages of £1.5.0 per quarter from 13 May 1875 for which the compliant claims the sum of £1.5.0 as compensation. Awarded as compensation 8s4d, fined 5s, costs 2/6 in default seven days imprisonment in the county gaol.

 

4/10/1870 Michael Treacy of Ferns, drunk, fine 1/6 costs 1/-

2/08/1905 Julia Kearns principal party James Bornic sureity Michael Treacy all of Ferns, Entreat Recognizance to keep the peace

25 May 1905 Mounjoy Jail, 4206:04, 8c 5m times, Johanna Treacy, 29 years, 5'3", Br hair, Br eyes, Fr complexion,  122lb in, 124lb out, born Wexford, lived Kingstown, Bro Michl Treacy Ferns, Laundress, single, RC, Ilit, drunk, 1 cal mo, 40/-, release 24 June, ref 218205

 

02/06/1909 Bryan Tracy Ferns Wexford Defendant

 

New Ross

 

18/11/1853 Mary Tracey of New Ross, defendant, abusive language, no appearance

27/1/1854 New Ross Petty Sessions Bridget Tracy, Stephen Tracy & Jno Tracy, defendants, Robert Tyndall Esq of Oaklands, complainant, stealing a shirt, discharged.

3/11/1854 Arthurstown Court, James Tracy of Charleton Hill Ross, defendant, Guardian of the Poor of New Ross Union, complainant, Mr Eaton, witness, stealing turnips from Workhouse premises growing in field 28th Oct 1854, one month with HL

28/09/1855 Mary Tracy of New Ross, defendant, Mary Cooney, complainant, assault at New Ross, no appearance

24/03/1856 Arthurstown Court, James Tracy & Catherine Gill, defendants, James Prendergast & James Kehoe & Suc C Pierce Moran & Martin Dalton, complainants, stealing fowl - 8 hens belonging to Jas Prendergast 2 geese belonging to Martin Dalton, taken for New Ross Easter Sessions 1856

29/07/1859 Arthurstown Court, James Tracy labourer of Nevill Street New Ross St Mary's, defendant, Thomas Moran farmer of Camlin Old Ross, complainant, Unlawfully leaving his service on 11th July 1859 hired genily servant to for the year to 1st May 1860, pay £1 & costs or be imprisoned for one month

04/11/1859 Mary Tracy spinster of Michael Street New Ross, defendant, Catherine Stanton spinster of New Ross, complainant, assault at New Ross

04/11/1859 Catherine Stanton spinster of Park Lane New Ross, defendant, Mary Tracy wife of Michael Street New Ross, complainant, assault at New Ross

22/08/1862 James Treacey labourer of Larkinsmills [New Ross], defendant, James Hanrick miller of Tanhouse, Jas Hanrick, witness, that deft on 8th August 1862, being the hired yearly servant of the compliant until 3rd May 1863 did unlawfully leave and abscond from said service and still absents himself therefrom, to return to his work or in default to be imprisoned for one month with HL in default of paying a fine of 72/-

5/7/1867 James Tracey of Lackens Mill, defendant, Sylvester Roche, complainant, deft being complainants servant for period of twelve months from the 3rd May 1867 to the 3rd May 1868 at Lackens Mill Co Wexford did leave and abandoned complt service, adjourned

19/7/1867 James Tracey of Lackens Mill, defendant, Sylvester Roche, complainant, deft being complainants hired servant for period of twelve months from the 3rd May 1867 to the 3rd May 1868 at Lackens Mill Co Wexford did leave and abandoned complt service, no appearance

5/1/1865, 14 Jan 1870, 22 Feb 1895, 4 Oct 1890 (imprisoned), Andrew Tracy of New Ross, petty sessions

23/06/1865 James Treacy of Arnestown [St. Marys, New Ross], defendant, Sylvestor Roche, complainant, defendant being the hired servant of the complainant for a period of one year did unlawfully leave and abandon the service of the said complainant at Arnestown on the 16th June 1865, New Ross Court

26/12/1866 James Treacy of Talbot Hall [Arnestown St. Marys, New Ross], drunk at New Ross, fine 5/- costs 2/- or 48 hours imprisonment

3/01/1868 John Carty of Cushinstown [Cushenstown Carnagh], defendant, SC Laurence Kelly, complainant, James Kelly & John Tracy, witnesses, allowed ass to wander on the public road at Cushintown, 3/- fine 1/- costs

22/10/1869 James Tracey of Arnestown, defendant, assault, New Ross Court

14/01/1870 Andrew Tracey of New Ross, defendant

17/06/1870 James Tracey of Ryleen [St. Marys, New Ross], defendant, drunk, fine 2/6 costs 1/- or 24 hours, New Ross Court

17/06/1870 Lawrence Tracey of New Ross, defendant, John Williams, Plaintiff, indebted in the sum of 12/3 for goods sold & delivered, 12/3 and 5/- costs to be paid at the rate of 1/- per week.

10/11/1871 Michael Tracy of New Ross, defendant, Thomas Redmond & Martha Redmond, complainants, fail and refused to pay County Cess Spring assizes 1871,

14/08/1874 James & Mary Tracey of Moudlins, assault, no appearance, New Ross Court

11/09/1874 Michael Tracey of New Ross, defendant

4/06/1875 James Tracey of New Ross, defendant, assault, no appearance

28/1/1876 Lawrence Tracey of Arnestown, complainant, James Tracey of Moudlins, defendant, Mary Tracey, witness, stealing a pig, informations refused.

01/06/1877 Mary Tracey of New Ross, complainant, Michael Hanahan, defendant, Patk Faucett, witness, defendant failed and refused to deliver up possession of part of a dwelling house

08/06/1877 Michael Shanahan of New Ross, defendant, Mary Tracy of New Ross, Complainant, Patrick Fawcett & Mary Tracy, witnesses, defendant did at New Ross County Wexford fail and refuse to deliver up possession of part of a dwelling house situated at Michael st New Ross County Wexford to which the defendant was tenant from week to week tenancy ended by notice to quit, order for possession in not less that seven or more than ten clear days

10/08/1877 Michael Tracey of Nevill St New Ross, defendant, refused to pay 3/1 county cess

14/9/1877 James Tracey of Maudlin, defendant, at Maudlin child James, adjourned

7/11/1879 Mary Tracey of New Ross, complainant, Anstatia Knight of New Ross, defendant, Patk Faucett, witness, defendant failed and refused to deliver up possession of part of a dwelling house, at Michael St, order posession in less than 7 day

13/05/1881 Michl Treacy of New Ross, refuses to pay 2/7 1/2 cess, order for 2/7 1/2 costs 1/6

1881 John Treacey of Robert St [New Ross], Prisoner Wexford

28/8/1885 Mary Tracey & Laurence Tracey of New Ross, defendants, defendants did at New Ross take possessions of John Begley of New Ross valued 2/6, quarter sessions

03/06/1887 Lar Tracey of Wexford St, defendant, unlicenced dog, fine -/6 costs 1/- ordered to take out a licence fortwith.

24/02/1888 Mary Tracey of Maudlin, defendant, Andrew Turner, complainant, assault on his child Margt Turner,  fine 2/6 costs 2/-, vNew Ross Court

22/06/1888 Laurence Tracey of Wexford St [New Ross], defendant, Matthew Doyle of New Ross, complainant, failed to deliver up possession of a dwelling home & yard situated at Wexford St

5/9/1890 Mary Tracy of Maudlin, defendant, Michael Whitty jrn of Mondlin complanaint, Pat shay witness for complainant, defendant did at Mondlin use threatening and language, dismissed

5/9/1890 Michael Whitty jrn of Mondlin defendant, Mary Tracy of Maudlin, complainant, James Tracey witness for complainant, defendant did at Mondlin use threatening and language, ordered to find bail £5 and surities £2.10.0 to keep the peace for twelve months in default six months imprisonment.

24/10/1890 Patrick [Andy] Tracey of New Ross, defendant

1/04/1892 James Tracey of Wexford St, defendant, assault New Ross, recognisance of £5 sureties of £2.10.0 for 12 months or 1 month

5/08/1892 Bridget Wallace of Mondlin, defendant, Mary Tracy of Mondlin, complainant, at Mondlin did assault complainant, no appearance

3/05/1895 Mary Boyle of Irishtown, defendant, Mary A Tracey of Mondlin New Ross, complainant, assault complainant, adjourned at request of complainant

3/05/1895 Mary A Tracey of Mondlin New Ross, defendant, Mary Boyle of Irishtown, complainant, assault complainant, adjourned at request of complainant

7/4/1896 Andrew Tracey & Ellen Tracey witnesses

14 May 1897 New Ross, James Tracey of Maudlin, complainant, and Mary Tracey and Catherinre Tracey witnesses, damage to windows of their house.

10/03/1899 James Tracey of Rosbercon, Defendant, Mary Tracey, complainant, broke windows damages 4/-, disnissed

24/01/1902 New Ross  Ellen Treacy of Cushinstown, defendant

07/08/1903 James Treacy of Rosbercon, drunk, New Ross Court, 1 month H.L.

5/10/1906 James Treacy of Rosbercon, drunk on streets of Rosbercon, fine 1/- costs 1/6 or 7 days

14/06/1907 James Treacy of Rosbercon, drunk on streets of Rosbercon, fine 3/6 costs 1/6 or 7 days

09/07/1909 Jmaes Treacy of Ballinteeblen (Rosbercon), drunk, fine 10/6 costs 1/6 or 14 days

11/11/1910 James Tracey of Ballyroe [St. Mary's New Ross] Wexford, defendant, vehicle without light at night at Newtown Co. Wexford, fine 1/6 cost 1/-

09/06/1911 James Treacy of Irishtown New Ross, drunk, fine 2/6 costs 1/6 or 7 days

14/07/1911 James Tracey of Mary St New Ross, defendant, drunk 2nd offence within 12 months, fine 10/6? costs 1/6 or 7 days

20/06/1902 Duncormick Court, Anne Treacy, witness

31/08/1906 Andrew Treacy of Bk Lane New Ross, defendant,

5 Mar 1907, Ellen Tracey of Michael St New Ross

10/06/1910 & 17/6/1910 Mary Tracey of Neville St New Ross, defendant, Ellen Kiely of Neville St New Ross, complainant, defendant was guilty of riotous & indecent behaviour in the public St to the annoyance of complainant as a resident & passengers by sweeping thge dust of the street in her face, adjourned for 3 months to see how they will conduct themselves

17/06/1910 Andrew Treacy of Playfroned New Ross, defendant

1/9/1911 Ellen Tracey of Barrack Lane New Ross

1/9/1911 Ellen Tracey of Michael St New Ross, defendant

17/02/1911 Josephine [Johanna -1911 census] Tracey of South St New Ross, defendant, James Hogan of South St, complainant, owes the sum of 2/6 for repair of shoes, dismissed without prejudice

08/08/1913 Andrew Treacy of Michl St New Ross, defendant

29/05/1914 Kate Tracey of Newtown [New Ross] Wexford, defendant, unlicenced dog, fine 10/- costs 1/6 or 7 days take out licence forthwith, comittal warrent issued

29/09/1916 Mary Tracey of Newtown New Ross, defendant, Elizabeth Flynn of Newtown New Ross, complaintant, Denis Daly, witness complainant, abusive language...fear that she do her a corporal hurt.., adjourned for six months to see how defendant will conduct herself

                                          

19/02/1875 Mary Ann McFailin of Campile, Michl Power of Campile, James Tracey of Tinnock [Killesk], defendants, Joseph Ashford treasurer of the New Ross National Loan Society, complainant, indebted £8.2.0, no appearance

28/04/1876 Mary Ann McFarlin of  Ballykeeroge, James Tracey of Ballykeeroge, William Fardy of Ballyvelick [Ballyvelig?], Joseph Caulford treasurer of the New Ross National Loan Society, indebted £10.2.6, no appearance

 

24/05/1867 New Ross Court, SC John Treacey [RIC], complainant

28/8/1891 Timothy Tracey of Ballinabulla [Ballynabola Kilscanlan Co. Wexford], complainant

22/4/1892 C [constable] Timothy Tracey of Ballinabulla, complainant

13/05/1892 C [constable] Timothy Tracey of Ballinabulla, complainant & witness, dog

29/03/1897 Matthew Tracey of Ballinebulla, Dog Licence

 

Newtownbarry

 

28/08/1839 James Tracey & Miles Brennan of Newtownbarry, defendants, George Dorner caretaker to the Hon JR Maxwell, complainant, stealing & carrying away part of an ash tree at Newtownbarry, dismissed

24/10/1839 Mary Tracey of Newtownbarry, assault, fine 1/- costs 1/-

2/11/1839 Enniscorthy Court, Matthew Brennan & Catherine Brennan & Ann Brennan & Thomas tracy & Mary Tracy of Newtownbarry, defendants, Margaret Redmond of Newtownbarry, complainant, Ann Murphy, witness, assault at NT Barry, fine 1/- costs 1/6

19/2/1841 James Tyrell of Gurteen [Templeshanbo?], defendants, Bridget Byrne of Gurteen, Informant, assault at Gurteen

19/2/1841 Thomas Tracy & Mary Tracey of Gurteen [Templeshanbo?], defendants, Bridget Byrne of Gurteen, Informant, assault at Gurteen

19/2/1841 Matthew Brennan of Newtownbarry, Thomas Tracy, Mary tracey & James Tyrell of Gurteen, defenants, Bridget Byrne of Gurteen, Informant, fraudulently removing & carrying away a quantity of manure & bed clothes distrained for rent at Gurteen

22/7/1841 Thomas Tracey of Gurteen, defendant, Abraham Lyons of Gurteen, Defendant, Mary Condron, witness, assault at Gurteen, dismissed

18/3/1841 Newtownbarry, Denis Tracey, defendant, having a heap of manure on the street of N.T. Barry

14/8/1841 Joseph Consore & Thomas Tracey & Michael Nowlan & John Walsh, defendants, having certain stolen property in posession, Michl Nowlan & John Walsh armmitted by R Rattelome Esq Tracey balied before Hon J. R. Maxwell, Joseph Coingan remanded to next aval day to obtain best evidence. Thos Tracey - Michl Nowlan & John Walsh comitted to TsSepng? Rosland then trial

 

Rosslare

 

20/11/1896 Ellen Walsh publican Baldwinstown, defendant, Patk Treacy John Larkin Thomas Sinnott Nicholas Doyle, witness, Sunday trading, fine £2/2/0 or 1 month HL

18/03/1898 Patrick Treacy of Beckville, dog not muzzled, adjourned

15/04/1898 Patk Treacy of Beckville [Kilcowan], dog without muzzle, fine 1/- costs 1/6

20/1/1899 Patrick Treacy of Beckville, dog not muzzled, fine 1/- costs 1/6

21/07/1899 Patk Treacy publican of Beckville [Kilcowan], dog without licence, fine -/6 costs 1/6

02/04/1900 Patk Treacy of Baldwinstown [Kilcowan], dog without licence, fine -/1 costs -/6 ordered to take out a licence

19/07/1901 Patrick Treacy manager L premises Baldwinstown, Nicholas Philips school teacher Baldwinstown, complainant, defendant did at Newhouse [Kilcowan] unlawfully shoot and kill a dog the property of complainant, no appearance

20/6/1902 Ellen Walsh publican of Baldwinstown, defendant, Thomas Walsh, Anne Tracey, Mary ONeill & Patrick Treacy, witnesses, Sunday selling, dismissed.

21/08/1903 Ellen Walsh publican Baldwinstown, defendant, Pat Treacy witnesses, selling below proof whiskey, fine £2/10/6 analyst fee costs 9/6 conviction not to be endorsed on licence.

18/09/1903 Ellen Walsh publican Baldwinstown, defendant, Sgt TW Carson, Pat Treacy, Jer Cronin, witnesses, renewal of licence, renewed

 

Taghmon

 

13/06/1895 Patk Treacy shopkeeper of Bryanstown, scales & pint measure, fine 10/- costs 1/- scales forfeited

 

13/8/1903, 14/4/1904, 12/5/1904, 9/6/1904 Catherine Treacy of Bryanstown, failing to send her child Patrick Treacy to school.

                    

9/2/1904 William Tracey of Kayle [Inch] labourer, defendant, Mary Rossiter of Kilbraney [Clongeen] widow, complainant, Philip McGrath, witness, Possession (Workman) that defendant unlawfully refused to quit and give up posession to the complainant on demand made possession of that house & prems at Kayle ? possession of which he had been put in the month of Dec 1902 by the complainant the dates? thereof as a workman, warrent to issue to give up possession to complainant...not less than seven or mopre than 14 clear days...Joseph Daly of Taghmon special baileff appointed by complainant

 

14/2/1913 William Tracey of Bryanstown Foukesmills? Co. Wexford, defendant, cart without a lamp, fine 5/- costs 1/6 or imprisoned Waterford for 7 days, committal warrant issued

 

Carlow

 

22 Aug 1862 New Ross Court, Thomas Treacey Tullow Green Co. Carlow, defenant, HC John Simmonds New Ross, complainant, that deft had in his posession at Irishtown New Ross on 11 August 1862 six light measures, fine 6/- costs 1/- & correct the unjust weights

??? Newtownbarry, Thos Tracey & Edwd Murphy of Tullow, cruelty to animals by furiously driving at Newtownbarry, fin 6 each

 

Cork

 

28/4/1879 Cork Court, Anne Treacy Of Queenstown, 42 Years, born 1837 Wexford Wexford, Housekeeper, Threatened To Take The Life At Queenstown On The 25th April Of Hannah Kearns

 

Dublin

 

20th February & 10th November 1906 & 9 February 1907 & 7 Jan 1910 Henry Treacy, Defendant, of no fixed residence & Bree, drunk on Public street Enniscorthy & Clonroche

 

6 Dec 1916, Henry Tracy, 68 years, 5'5.5", gr hair, blue eyes, fresh complexion, 110lb, born Barrack St Dublin, resided Bride St Wexford, no next of kin, shoemaker, single, RC, drunkeness 2 counts, 7 days

 

Kilkenny

 

25/07/1862 New Ross Court, George Treacey of Ballyfacey & Andrew Hart of Darbystown & Michael Fitzgerald of Ballycraney, defendant, John Ussher Esq Treasurer of the Ross National Loan Society, complainant, due on the defendants note 3rd April 1862 £4.1.0, ditto [order for £1.16.9[?] costs 2/-]

 

11/08/1866 Rev Patrick Crane, treasurer of the New Ross Benevolant Loan Fund, complainant, Margaret Mackey of Ballymagill sis, James Quinn of Glenpipe p, Thomas Treacy of Ballymagill p [Listerlin, Co. Kilkenny], defendants, amount due 1st May 1866 £10.2.6, costs 3/-, New Ross Court

23/02/1872 Rev Patrick Crane, treasurer of the New Ross Benevolant Loan Fund, complainant, Thomas Treacy of Ballymagill, Thomas Walsh of Coolnahaws, Philip Mackey of Coeaterstown, defendants, amount due 10 Oct 1871 £10.2.6, costs 3/-, New Ross Court

 

10/05/1867 New Ross Court Thomas Treacey of Ballymagill & Margaret Macky? Ballymagill [crossed out] of James Quinn of Glenpipe, defendants, The Rev Patrick Crane Treasurer of the New Ross Benevolent Loan Fund, complainant, MS Murphy & Peter McErilly?, witnesses, amount due on note of the 15th January 1867 £10.2.6, Thos Tracy & Jas Quinn debt 10-2-6 fine 2-6

 

3 & 17 June 1870 George Tracey of Ballytacey [Ballyfasy Kilbride Kilkenny], Thomas Mullaly of Parkstown & Thomas Connors of Kilbride, defendants, Mrs Emily Glascott, treasurer for the New Ross Loan Society, complainant, amount due on their note of 17 Feb 1870 £5.1.3

28 Sep 1877 George Tracey of Ballyfacy [Ballyfasy Kilbride Kilkenny], Thomas Mulally of Patestown, James Tracey of Ballyfasy, defendants, Rev Patrick Crane, treasurer of the New Ross Benenolant Loan Society, complainant, debt 27 Mar 1877 for £3.0.9

 

10/03/1878 New Ross Court, Thomas Tracy of Balymagill Kilkenny, defendant, drunk at New Ross

10/05/1878 New Ross Court, Thomas Tracy of Balymagill Kilkenny, defendant, drunk at New Ross, adjourned

 

6/07/1900 New Ross Court, Simon Tracey of Ballymagill, defendant, had at Ballymagill Kilkenny in his possession one dog not duely licenced, fined two schillings and six pence & one schilling costs & ordered to Take out licence forthwith

 

18/10/1912 John Tracey of Annaghs [Shanbogh] Kilkenny, defendant, at Rosbercon vehicle without light at night, fine 2/6 costs 1/- or 7 days, New Ross Court

 

12/12/1913 James Tracey of Ballymagill [Ballymackillagill Listerlin] Kilkenny, defendant, Laurence Long of Ballymagill, complainant, Jane Waters, witness, assault couple with stick stricking him on the arm, recognizances £5 or one month, New Ross Court

 

RIC

18734 Edwd Tracy, 20, Appt 11-Aug, Galway E, C, S, Labr, stationed Wexford 9/12/54

 

[pre-1856] Landed Estates 1874 - Held in fee-simple

Plot of ground in St. john-street [Wexford Town], Representatives of Edward Tighe

...9th December 1856...a cabin and backside, formerly held by Denis Tracy, joining the Corporation ground, near John's-gate, facing John's churchyard...

 

1858 RIC

Michael Treacy, 23074

Michl Tracy, 23074, 21, (b,c, 1837), enlaited 17-Mar 1858, b. Kings [Offaly] Tipperary S, RC, Labr, to Wexford 16/7/58 Reserve 1/5/62

 

1860s-50’s Land Records Ballynapierce

Map (# of 16)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

11

Martin Tracey

Lady Anne DeBurgh

House, offices & land

7a 3r 4p

£4.0.0/£0.15.0

13

James Tracey

Lady Anne DeBurgh

House, offices & land

5a 0r 35p

£2.10.0/£0.15.0

Dunanore

Map (# of 14)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

14

Martin Tracy

Harry Alcock (in fee)

Land

22a 0r 29p

£11.5.0

 

1860s Land Records Ballynapierce

Map (# of 16)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

11

Martin Tracy

Lady Anne DeBurgh

House, offices & land

7a 3r 4p

£4.0.0/£0.15.0

13

James Tracy

Lady Anne DeBurgh

House, offices & land

5a 0r 35p

£2.10.0/£0.15.0

 

1870s-60’s Land Records Ballynapierce

Map (# of 16)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

11

Martin Tracy

David V Beatty

House, offices & land

7a 3r 4p

£4.0.0/£0.15.0

13

James Tracy

David V Beatty

House, offices & land

5a 0r 35p

£2.10.0/£0.15.0

Dunanore

Map (# of 14)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

14

Martin Tracy

Harry Alcock (in fee)

Land

22a 0r 29p

£11.5.0

 

1870s-60’s Land Records Ballynapierce

Map (# of 16)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

11

Martin Tracy

David V Beatty

House, offices & land

7a 3r 4p

£4.0.0/£0.15.0

13

James Tracy

David V Beatty

House, offices & land

5a 0r 35p

£2.10.0/£0.15.0

Dunanore

Map (# of 14)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

14

Martin Tracy

Harry Alcock (in fee)

Land

22a 0r 29p

£11.5.0

 

1870s Land Records Ballynapierce

Map (# of 16)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

11

Martin Tracy

David V Beatty

House, offices & land

7a 3r 4p

£4.0.0/£0.15.0

12

David V Beatty

Lady Anne DeBurgh

House, offices & land

6a 3r 1p

£3.15.0/£0.15.0

13

James Tracy

David V Beatty

House, offices & land

5a 0r 35p

£2.10.0/£0.15.0

14

David V Beatty

Lady Anne DeBurgh

Plantation

0a 2r 2p

£0.5.0

1880s-70s Land Records Ballynapierce [Note: Henry De Burgh has replaced Lady Anne de Burgh]

Map (# of 13)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

11

Matthew

Martin Tracey

David V Beatty

House, offices & land

7a 3r 4p

£4.0.0/£0.15.0

12

David V Beatty

Lady Anne DeBurgh

House, offices & land

6a 3r 1p

£3.15.0/£0.15.0

12

13

James Tracey

David V Beatty

Lady Anne DeBurgh

House & land

House, offices & land

5a 0r 35p

£2.10.0/£0.15.0 £0.10.0

14

David V Beatty

Lady Anne DeBurgh

Plantation

0a 2r 2p

£0.5.0

1880s Land Records Ballynapierce

Map (# of 13)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

11

Matthew Tracey

David L Beatty

House, offices & land

7a 3r 4p

£4.0.0/£0.15.0

12

James Tracey

David L Beatty

House, land

5a 0r 35p

£2.10.0/£0.10.0

1890-80s Land Records Ballynapierce

Map (# of 13)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

11

D L Beatty

Tobias Rossiter

Matthew Tracey

Henry De Burgh

House, offices & land

7a 3r 4p

£4.0.0/£0.15.0

12

Rep James Tracey

David L Beatty

House, land

5a 0r 35p

£2.10.0/£0.10.0

1890s Land Records Ballynapierce

Map  (# of 13)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

12

Mabel De Burgh

Rep James Tracey

David L Beatty

land

5a 0r 35p

£2.10.0/£0.10.0

1910-30s Land Records Ballynapierce

Map  (# of 14)

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

Area

Valuation (land/buildings)

13

Robt J Hassey

Mrs Mary Hassey

Patrick Henessy

Cathe Quirke

In fee

House, office & land

41a 1r 26p

£21.10.0/£1.5.0

 

 

July 16, 1860 (FJ) Wexford - Charge of Murder

Remond Brien was indicted for the wilful murder of his brother's wife Margaret Brien....Castletown Chapel...reached Rody [Robert?] Tracy's house...James Tracy examined...

 

1860 United States Census (LDS)

John Tracey, aged 30 years, b. Co Wexford, Ireland

residence: Upper Freehold Township, Monmouth, New Jersey

Year: 1860   State: New Jersey   County: Monmouth  

Post Office: Embliestown   Sheet No: 1005   Reel no: M653-702  

Division: Upper Freehold Township   Page No: 175

Enumerated on: August 10th, 1860   by: Jacob Snydern  

Transcribed by Maggie Redden for USGenWeb,

http://www.usgwcensus.org/. Copyright: 2005

   7 |  1217 |  1217 | Tracey          John            |      27 M  W        | Farm Lab        |   550       | Ir Co Tiperary       |         | T620 |

   8 |  1217 |  1217 | Tracey          Mary            |      24 F  W        |                 |             | Ir Co Reokford       |         | T620 |

   9 |  1217 |  1217 | Tracey          Margaret A.     |       2 F  W        |                 |             | Ir Co Reokford       |         | T620 |

Year: 1860   State: New Jersey   County: Monmouth  

Post Office: Allentown   Sheet No: 983   Reel no: M653-702  

Division: Upper Freehold Township   Page No: 153

Enumerated on: August 5th, 1860   by: Jacob Snydern  

Transcribed by Maggie Redden for USGenWeb,

http://www.usgwcensus.org/. Copyright: 2005

  32 |  1057 |  1057 | Tracey          John            |      30 M  W        | Farm Lab        |   550       | Ireland Co. Wexford  |         | T620 |

  33 |  1057 |  1057 | Tracey          Mary            |      24 F  W        |                 |             | Ireland Co Tiperary  |         | T620 |

  34 |  1057 |  1057 | Tracey          Margaret        |       2 F  W        |                 |             | Monmouth             |         | T620 |

This is the 1860 Federal Census for Monmouth County, New Jersey

Tracey         Edward            28     945    pg00934-2.txt     Millstone Township [from Cork]

Tracey         John              30     983    pg00975-2.txt     Upper Freehold Township

Tracey         John              27     1005   pg00999-2.txt     Upper Freehold Township

Tracey         Margaret          2      983    pg00975-2.txt     Upper Freehold Township

Tracey         Margaret A.       2      1005   pg00999-2.txt     Upper Freehold Township

Tracey         Mary              24     983    pg00975-2.txt     Upper Freehold Township

Tracey         Mary              24     1005   pg00999-2.txt     Upper Freehold Township

Tracy          Bridget           30     332    pg00327-1.txt     The Township of Matawan

Tracy          James             30     332    pg00327-1.txt     The Township of Matawan

Tracy          James             3/12   332    pg00327-1.txt     The Township of Matawan

Tracy          Margaret          19     389    pg00379-1.txt     The Township of Raritan

Tracy          Mary              25     760    pg00753-2.txt     Middletown (Bay Shore)

 

1861 Enniscorthy Census

No. 6 Templeshannon Quay – Jeremy Dempsey? household

Anne Tracy

 

1798-1914 Register of Enlisted USA [same person?]

James H. Tracy, enlisted 10 Sep 1861 at Bangor Maine by Lt Montgamory for 3 or 5 years, born Wexford Ireland, 21 years, labourer, grey eyes, brown hair, ruddy or florid complexion, 5’7.5”, 17 Inf, Dischgd Sept 28/61 Disability D at Ft Preble Me, a Recriut, D.C.reid [double entry]

John Tracy, enlisted 5 Nov 1862 at Washington DC by Capt Clinton for 3 years, born Wexford Ireland, 21 years, labourer, blue eyes, brown hair, light complexion, 5’8”, Gen’l Serc, Dischd Nov 22/62, 103 NY Vol F,  for disb at Ft Columbus NYH, a Pvt./Recruit Rejected “DD”. [double entry]

 

1864

Name: Private Michael Tracey, No. 1798

Year of birth: 1825

Place of birth: Ennis Corthy, Wexford, Wexford

Regiment: 87th Foot since 30 May 1844

Enlisted: Dublin, 24 February? 1844, aged 19 years.

Service: 20 years, 111 days

Service abroad: Total 11 years 10 months (East Indies 10 years 8 months, China 1 year 2 months)

His conduct has been very good. He is in possession of some good conduct badges. He has no medals.

Discharged: 11 July 1864, unfit for duty

Age: 39 years 5 months

Height: 5 feet 7 3/4 inches

Complexion: Fresh

Eyes: Grey

Hair: Dark Brown

Trade: Labourer

Marks: Mark of boils? outside of right thigh

Intended place of residence: Liverpool

 

11 March 1865 (FJ) Sudden Death

A woman named Charlotte Tracy about 35 or 40 years of age, took suddenly ill yesterday evening in one of the carriages of the Dublin and wicklow Railway, at Harcourt street Terminus, as the train was about to start. Dr. O'Dwyer of Camden street was at once called in, but on arriving, found life extinct. The deceased was a servant in Lower Gardiner street, and was proceeding to her friends at Gorey, county Wexford, when she took ill and died. the cause of her death was pronounced to be diseases of the lungs. The station master telegraphed information of the occurrence to her friends. The body awaits an inquest.

 

25 May 1867 (NG) The Constabulary...and Sub-constable John Tracy will be removed from Cornwall in the County [Killurin, Wexford] to Nenagh, on the 31st instant.

 

Glasnevin Cemetary

In memory of Hugo Henry Patrick De Burgh of Ballinapierce Co Wexford 3rd son of Thomas de Burgh of Oldtown Naas Born 8th June 1868 Killed in action at Jammersberg Drift in the defence of Wepener South Africa 11th April 1900

 

1870 Wexford Support for the Pope

Ballymore

Matthew Tracy

Mulrankin [error should be Clongeen]

Patrick Tracy

The People (newspaper) Wexford 29/10/1870

 

24 December 1870 Wounded Soldiers of the French Army

To the editor of the Nation...Tomnahely, Inch, Gorey...William Tracy...Mrs Mary A Tracy...Garret Tracy...

February 1871 Ambulance Committee in aid of the French Army

...Tomnahely and neighbourhood, Wexford...William Tracy...Mrs Mary A Tracy, Clones Upper[?]...Garret Tracy, Kilgorman[?]...

 

1870 Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory of Ireland

Margaret Tracy, Public House, Faythe, Wexford

 

1871 Census England - Widnes, Lancashire

Self  Luke Whitney  M 25 Wexford, Ireland 

Wife  Mary A Whitney  F 30 Wexford, Ireland 

Daughter  Bridget Whitney  F 5 Widnes, Lancashire 

Son  Nickolas Whitney  M 7 Wexford, Ireland 

Lodger  Lawrance Treacy  M 35 Wexford, Ireland

 

13 July 1872 (FJ) Galway Vindication Fund

Enniscorthy...1s...Mathew Tracey...

 

1872

Constable John or Patrick Treacy of Clonevin? [Donaghmore] Wexford.

20/02/1872 John Treacy sub const of RIC of Clonevan [Clonevin Donaghmore], complainant. Oulart Court

20/02/1872 Patrick Treacy RIC Clonevan, witness, Oulart Court County Wexford

 

4 October 1877 (FJ) Funeral of Sir James Power, Bart.

...Edermine, county Wexford...chief mourners...JE Tracy, Cork...

 

6 March 1880 Irish Times Spring Assizes Kilkenny

Queen v. William Neill and James Treacy

The prisoners were put forward charged with wounding and inflicting grevious bodily harm on one Richard Murphy. It appeared that on the 17th January the men had been in the town of New Ross, and on the way home it was alleged by the prosecutor that he was savagely attacked by the prisoner Neill, who bit off a portion of his nose, and, with the assistance of the other prisoner, he was thrown to the ground and kicked in the a abdomen.

The defence was that any injury sustained by the prosecutor was inflicted in self-defence by the prisoners, both of whom were injured. Neill on the thumb and Treacy on the head.

The Jury, after deliberating for more than an hour, were discharged, being unable to agree.

The Crown was repesented by Messrs. Curtis and Lover (instructed by Mr. S. Anderson).

Mr. Molyneux Barton (instructed by Mr. J. B. Colfer) defended the prisoners.

 

2nd April 1880 Irish Times

We, the undersigned Electors of the Town of Enniscorthy, whilst indignantly ???ing all connection with the disgraceful scene enacted in our Town on Sunday, the 28th March instant, by the conduct of an organised mob in assulting and insulting Mr. Parnell, hereby express our deep sorrow that such should have occurred, and, to mark our strong condemation thereof, beg to tender our heartfelt regret to Mr. Parnell that the character of Enniscorthy should have been tarnished by the insult offered to him:-

Patrick Ryan, J. Donohoe T.C., Peter Ryan T.C., Henry B. O'Neill, Thomas Sinnott P.L.G., James Ryan, Patrick Fitzpatrick T.C., Edward Roche, J.N. Greene, Moses Leacy, George Browne, Edward Goff, Peter Bent, Robert Boyce, Peter White, Michael Jordan, Robert O'Leary T.C., William Fanning, John Downes, Maurice Murphy, Moses Lacy, Patrick O'Reilly, Francis Godfrey, Michael Jordan, Matthew Kelly, John Murphy T.C., John Scallan, William Royce, Timothy O'Farrell P.L.G., Aidan J. O'Farrell, Tobias Rositer T.C., Michael Boyne, Patrick Redmond, James Martin, Roger Procter, Robert Cosgrave, Jogn Gordan, John Martin, Michael Doyle, Peter Sheridan, Patrick Keating, William Murphy, John Bennett, Michael Moran, John O'Connell, Arthur Gahan, John Cullin, Owen Connelly, Thomas O'Brien T.C., John Doyle, Edward Stedmund, Patrick Whelan, Patrick Courtney, Thomas Moran, C. O'Neill, Aidan Harpur T.C., Michael Pingston, James Burke, James Goldie, Henry Wilson, Edward Walsh, Patrick Byrne, Richard Teeling, Richard B. Harris, John Byrne, John Malone, Richard Power, Thomas Harpur, Patrick Murphy, James Breen, John Doyle, Thomas How, Mark Codd, Daniel Cosgrave, Matthew Doyle, Thomas Brawder, Michael Lynch, Bulider, John Lambert, John Hogan, John O'Connor, William Fortune, John Byrne, Peter Roche, George Kelly, Richard Byrne, Joseph Doyle, Patrick Furlong, Christopher Kavanagh, Martin Kenny, Thomas O'Leary, John Whitford

Robert Allen White, Solicitor, James White, James Roche, Patrick Neville, John Kenny, Nicholas Colleton, Patrick J. Murphy, John Bolger, Val Murphy, James Lambert, Myles Lambert, William Roberts, Patrick Redmond, Laurence Murphy, Patrick Whelan, James Dempsey, Sylester Stamp, Thomas Murphy, John Stephenson, Patrick B. Ryan, Patrick O'Connor, sen, John Moran, John Murphy, Andrew Ryan, William Hayden, Thomas Slyo [Stye?], Myles Keogh, Matthew Tracy, Matthew Ryan, Syvester McGrath, John Quin, Nicholas Fortune, John Cavanagh, Patrick O'Reilly, James Rogers, Patrick Kavanagh, Michael Kavanagh, Jacob Boardman?, Stephen Devereux, James D. Breen, J.E. Rochford, H. Cadogan, O. Lacy, J. Dunne, David Kinsella, James Murphy, Francis O'Toole, John O'Rourke, William Hendrick, Nicholas Hendrick, Benjamin Nicholson, Lawrence Byrne, Thomas Byrne, William Moran, Joseph Connolly, Patrick O'Byrne, Richard Murphy, Daniel Jordan, J.and C. Smith, Merchants, James Murphy, Walter Sinnott, Grocer &c, Martin Doyle, William Proctor, Philip Cosgrave, Thomas Mythen, Peter Byrne, Mike Kavanagh, Aidan O'Brien, Patrick McGovern, Robert Devereux, Andrew Power, Arthur Johnson, John Ward, Mat Brennan, Michael Kirwan, Pat Brennan, Patrick Whelan, John Adams, Jas. Pembroke, John Dobbs, Phil Byrne, Tom Breen, James Murphy, John Walsh, Martin Foley, Nicholas Wickham, John Cowman, James Mullitt

[Garrett Michael Byrne (1829 – March 3, 1897) was an Irish nationalist and MP in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and as member of the Irish Parliamentary Party represented Co. Wexford, 1880-83, and West Wicklow, 1885-92. He was a strong supporter of Charles Stewart Parnell. He was selected as one of two Irish Home Rule Parnellite candidates for Wexford at the general election of 1880 over the sitting Home Ruler Keyes O'Clery, who was backed by the Catholic clergy. This led to a serious outbreak of violence at a meeting at Enniscorthy on Easter Sunday, 28 March 1880, in which Parnell himself was physically attacked. O’Clery went on to contest the election the following month, but Byrne was elected by a majority of over 2,000. In the vital vote of 17 May 1880 in which Parnell displaced William Shaw as chairman of the Home Rule League, Byrne voted for Parnell.]

 

1. James Tracey (b.c. 1839 d. 1878) & Catherine (b.c. 1838) [Hanlin?]

1.1 Stephen Tracey (b.c. 1861 Wexford) m. Elizabeth Reardon

1.1.1 Mary Tracey (b.c. 1883)

1.1.2 James Tracey (b. 1886)

1.1.3 Stephen Tracey (b.c. 1890)

1.2 Mary Tracey (b.c. 1865 Swansea)

1.3 Lawrence Tracey (b.c. 1868 Swansea)

1.4 Margaret Tracey (b.C. 1869 Swansea)

1.5 Anastasia Tracey (b.c. 1872 Swansea) m. Daniel O'Driscoll

1.6 Patrick Tracey (b.c. 1874 Swansea)

1.7 Mary Tracey (b. 1877)

Seán Duggan on May 8, 2009

1881 British ensus

Household: 12 Llangavelach St, Swansea Town, Glamorgan, Wales

 Name 

Relation

Marital Status

Gender

Age

Birthplace

Occupation

Disability

 Stephen TRACEY 

 Boarder (Head) 

 M 

 Male 

 19 

 Wexford, Ireland 

 General Labr 

  

 Elizabeth TRACEY 

 Wife 

 M 

 Female 

 19 

 Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales 

  

  

Household: 4 Skinner St, Swansea Town, Glamorgan, Wales

 Name 

Relation

Marital Status

Gender

Age

Birthplace

Occupation

Disability

 Catherine TRACEY 

 Head 

 W 

 Female 

 40 

 Ireland 

 ... Laundress 

  

 Larawnce TRACEY 

 Son 

 U 

 Male 

 13 

 Glamorgan, Wales 

 General Labourer 

  

 Margrett TRACEY 

 Daur 

 U 

 Female 

 12 

 Wales 

 Scholar 

  

 Amelia TRACEY 

 Daur 

 U 

 Female 

 9 

 Wales 

 Scholar 

  

 Pathrick TRACEY 

 Son 

 U 

 Male 

 7 

 Wales 

 Scholar 

  

 Mary TRACEY 

 Daur 

 U 

 Female 

 4 

 Wales 

 Scholar 

  

 

1881 Census: 116 Hr Chatham St, Chorlton On Medlock, Lancashire, England

 Name 

Relation

Marital Status

Gender

Age

Birthplace

Occupation

Disability

 Margaret TRACY 

 Head 

 M 

 Female 

 55 

 Ireland 

 No Occupation 

  

 Mary TRACY 

 Daur 

  

 Female 

 24 

 Manchester 

 Dressmaker 

  

 Sarah TRACY 

 Daur 

  

 Female 

 21 

 Manchester 

 Dressmaker 

  

1891 Census England

Margaret Tracey, Age 62, born Ireland Wexford, Head of Household, Chorlton, Chorlton Upon Medlock, Christchurch, Lancashire

 

1881

Patrick Tracey; rank/rating, Fireman; age, 32; place of birth, Wexford; previous ship, Adriatic of Liverpool. BT 99/1324

November 1887 The Loss of the Doubo

The following is a list of those lost in the British steamor Duoro, which foundered in a gale on her way from Liverpool to Lisbon and Oporto:- H.J. Pritchard, master; J. Nicholson, first mate, Lerwick; E.F. Walker, second mate, Southport; T. Laidley, North Shields; T. Lawrence, Glasgow; G. Davies, New York; G. Stars, Liverpool, able seaman; A. Woods, first engineer, Preston; P. Tracey, fireman, Wexford; and J. Ford, fireman, Liverpool.

1890 Cephalonia

Patk Tracey, b. 1849 Wexford, engaged Liverpool, fireman, discharged Liverpool, paid £4.5s [1 month?]

1896/7.

Patrick Tracy b. 1848 Wexford Ireland. Fireman On Vessels: Queen Victoria 1/7/1897 To 31/12/1897; Campania 1896

 

Bassett’s Directory 1885

Mathew Tracey, Land, Ratholm, Killinick, Wexford

John Tracy, Land, Ballysheen, Killinick, Wexford

James Treacy, Land, Kiltealy, Enniscorthy, Wexford

Mathew Treacy, Baker & Flour Dealer, Market Street, Enniscorthy, Wexford

 

28th July 1885 Irish Times

To be Let, for six months, subject to redemption the Lands of Ballinapierce, Enniscorthy, containing Ninty-two Acres, together with House, Out-offices, &c lately occupied by Philip Beatty, Esq. Proposals to Richard H. Tracy, Esq., Naas. John Whelan, Enniscorthy, will show the lands.

 

February 8, 1886 Irish Times

To be let, for such terms as may be agree upon, with or without 116[?] acres Irish of superior Land, or a portion of same, the gentlemanly Residence and Home-farm of Ballinapierce House, nicely situated within 2.5 miles of the important fair and market town of Enniscorthy. The land is of good quality, nearly all in grass, well watered, fenced, and sheltered, and suitable for either cattle or sheep. The House contains 3 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, w.c., and servants' apartments, superior stabling, coachhouse, farmyard, and offices, and admirably suited as a residence for a gentleman and his family. Applications to Richard H. Tracy, Esq., Naas.

 

23 June 1888 Freeman's Journal

To Confectioners: wanted for the above, a young Lady who fully understands the business; references and terms required. Apply to Matthew Treacy, Cathedral street, Enniscorthy.

 

30 September 1890 Freeman's Journal

...sch, Tracey, from New Ross to Cardiff, wood;...

 

29 October 1890 (NG)

Three of the New Ross boy robbers were tried and convicted at of highway robbery at the Petty Sessions on Saturday. Andrew Tracey [of Tipperary?] and Patk. Gorman were sentenced to two months imprisonment each and Bernard Sweeney to month. The prisoners received their sentences smilingly.

 

11 May 1891 Freeman's Journal

MR. JOHN REDMOND IN WEXFORD...Wexford Town Meeting...Rathangan...Patrick Treacy...Enniscorthy meeting...Wm Hassy...

 

1891 Census England [see 1881 Census]

Margaret Tracey b. 1829 Ireland Wexford  Chorlton, Chorlton Upon Medlock 

 

1892 RIC Death

Timothy Tracey, 43652 (Timy Tracey, 19, Kerry, married, enlisted 1878 Died 1892)

R.I.C. Died in Service. (1st July 92 to 1st January 93)

43652 Timothy Tracey. Con. Wexford.

Possible marriage: Timothy Tracey m. Margaret Dempsey 1887 [Stage Reg: Jan - Mar 1887 Waterford vol 4 page 600]

State Reg: Timothy Tracey, Death,  Jul - Sep 1892 New Ross, age 34, b.c. 1858

 

1892-1924 Ellis Island Arrivals

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

Josephine Treacy, New Ross Wexford, Ireland, 1922, 30 years, single, shop Assist, Sister Mrs Nix, 48 South Street, New Ross Co. Wexford. Cousin Mrs Doyle, 157 East 99th Street, New York City, NY. 5’4”, fresh complexion, black hair, brown eyes. b. Myshall Carlow

Mary J. Tracy [Treacy], NY USA, 1912, 4 years, niece, US born, Grandfather Patrick Dunne, Poulmarl, Taghmon, Co. Wexford. To mother Mrs J Treacy [nee Dunne], 664 E 179 St New York. b. New York, USA [niece to Josephine Dunne 36 broomaker b. Taghmon & Margaret Dunne 28 maid b. Taghmon]

Patrick Treacy (Rev), 1923, 25 years, single Clergyman, Lived Wexford Ireland, father John Treacy The Heath Maryboro Leix. to Cathedral Great Falls Montana, 5'10", fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes, b. The Heath Loix Ireland.

Thomas Tracey, Killene (Killeen Galway or Wexford?) Ireland, 1892, 22 years, to Boston

 

6th March 1894 Irish Times

Cooks: Lady is anxious to procure situation for respectable Woman as Cook; understands her ???; take charge small dairy; highly recommended. - Mrs Tracy, Kildrea House, Enniscorthy.

23rd May 1894 Irish Times

Male servants wanting places: General Yardman; care cattle, stall feed, and milk; Wife laundry and dairy; no family; R.C. Mrs Tracy, Chapel street, Enniscorthy.

 

1894 Slater's Royal National Directory of Ireland

Patrick Treacy, Farmer & Publican, Baldwinstown, Wexford

 

16 February 1901 (SS)

A sad drowning fatality occurred at Waterford on Sunday Night, when a young woman named Tracey, a native of New Ross, was drowned in attempting to rescue her sweetheart, who had fallen into the Suir.

August 3, 1901 Kentucky Irish American

On Wednesday evening a dead body was found floating in the Suir at Grace Dieu, which is believed to be that of Bridget Tracey, a New Ross girl, who was drowned nearly five months ago. The girl's sweetheart accidentally fell into the river, and she jumped in after him in a frantic effort to save him. He was saved, but all efforts to recover her body were fruitless up to Tuesday.

 
April 18, 1903 The Intermountain Catholic. (Salt Lake City [Utah])
Wexford...At the monthly petty sessions held in Arthurstown on March 11 the following were fined for road nuisance: John Walsh of Battlestown, Mary Treacy, Johanna Keating and Patrick Egan.
 
 

 

 1901 Census of Ireland

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

 

6 February 1904 Wicklow News-Letter and County Advertiser

Wicklow Commercial Dance Club Ball...Committee...M.J. Treacy...ladies [attending]...Miss Treacy, Enniscorthy...

 

Aug 9, 1910 (IT)

Wanted situation as House Parlor or Parlourmaid, city or suburbs; Protestant. Northern; wages £20 £22. Apply G. Tracy, Newtownbarry Post Office, Co. Wexford. [Grace b. Armagh?]

 

1910 [Cd. 5059, 5129, 5178, 5195, 5342, 5348, 5387, 5402] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish Land Act, 1903, during the month of January, 1909. - Wexford

28th January 1909, William Treacy, Bryanstown, 3a2r32p, £2.10.0 valuation, £2.10.0 rent, not judicial, £42 purchace price and advance, 16.8 years, Estate of Charles Edward Tench Leslie

 

1910 [Cd. 5059, 5129, 5178, 5195, 5342, 5348, 5387, 5402] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish Land Act, 1903, during the month of January, 1909. 
Estate of Captain Edward Joseph Nunn, Co. Wexford
Ellen McGrath (Tracy), Kilscanlan, 41a1r23p, valuation £19.10.0, rent £23.8.0, Judical, £513 purchase, £513 advanced, 21.9 years
 
 

 

1911 Census of Ireland

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

 

1911 Census England

Annie Tracey, Age 56, born Edwardstown Resident, County Wexford, Liverpool, Exchange, Lancashire

Mary Tracey, Age 42, born Newross Weseford Ireland Res, County Wexford, Regent Road, Salford Lancashire

 

1913. Matthew Treacy played for the GAA team ‘Forth Heroes’ of Ballymore/Killinick/Our Lady’s Island.

 

5th August 1914 Motor Car Acts

...for not having paid their duty...MJ Treacy, not served...

 

1914-1920 British Army WWI Service & Pension Records

James Tracy, b. abt 1876, 12 High Street, Wexboro [Wexford]

 

7th January 1922 Irish Times

Coursing Enniscorthy: Mr. Treacy's Victorious Peg beat Mr. Walsh's Wild Girl.

 

Royal Navy Register of Seamen’s Services

Matthew Treacy, born 11/9/1886 Enniscorthy, Wexford. Record K1313 Devonport up to 1929

Peter Treacy, born 22/8/1885 Gorey, Wexford. Record M21290.

 

Jun 21 1935 (II) Westmeath Bride [photo]

The marriage took place at St. Michaels Church, Dun Laoghaire of Mr. Michael S. O Raghallaigh, MA, B.Comm, Inspector of Taxes, Wexford, and Miss K. Treacy, Glasson, Athlone. Mr. James P. Kane, B.Comm., was best man, and the bridesmaids were Miss Aileen Lally B.Comm and Miss Mary Barrrett UCD. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Michael Treacy. Nuptial Mass was celebrated by Rev. Fr. L. McCann, BA CC Fairview, assisted by the Rev. p. Doyle CC Ceannannus Mor. The wedding breakfast was held in the Carlisle Hotel, Dun Laoghaire.

 

1939 Glynn National School

Kevin Tracey

 

26/5/1948 John F. Doyle cinema in Ferns inaugural opening program

…Carpentry Work: Messers. W. Byrne, M. Tracey, M. Murphy, D. Tracey, Ferns;

…Report from ‘The Echo’ on the opening “The Enniscorthy Band was followed by the Pioneers of the parish (300 strong), wearing red sashes, the members of the Children of Mary Sodality, with their beautiful banner, and the Church Choir, which comprised the following:…L.Treacy…”

‘Nicky Furlong at large’ The Echo 2/5/2007, p.26.

 

1959 Soccer in Wexford

The initial steps to forming a Soccer League in Wexford league took place in Enniscorthy on Monday night October 19th 1959… Committee: …Pat Treacy (Ferns)…

 

28 September 1973 The Echo

Death of Mr. Michael Treacy, U.C.

 

Ossory, Ferns & Leighlin Marriage Licence Bonds 1691-1845

 

Francis Tracey & Amelia Walker 1837 (Marriage Licence Bond)

James Tracey & Emma Magee 1827 (Marriage Licence Bond)

Jane Tracey b. about 1816 & Joseph Chamney 1837 (Marriage Licence Bond) Ossory (LDS)

John Tracey & Alice Haskins 1841 (Marriage Licence Bond)

William Tracey & Jane (or Fame) Shirly 1814 (Marriage Licence Bond)

 

John Tracy & Anne Shaw 1767 (Marriage Licence Bond)

Patrick Tracy & Susanna Delahunte 1827 (Marriage Licence Bond)

Thomas Tracy & Johanna Shannon 1840 (Marriage Licence Bond) See New Ross

William Tracy & Ellinor Sunderland 1767 (Marriage Licence Bond)

 

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)

Harriet Treacy b. about 1823 & Morgan O’Neill 1844 (Marriage Licence Bond) Ossory (LDS)

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 Treacy & Margaret Cavanagh 1773 (Marriage Licence Bond)

Louisa Catherine Treacy & James Disney 1839 (Marriage Licence Bond)

Maria Treacy b. about 1806 & William Browne 1827 (Marriage Licence Bond) Ossory (LDS)

Sarah Treacy & John Stephenson Henry 1838 (Marriage Licence Bond)

 

STATE REGISTRATIONS of Births & Marriages

 

1850 - Marriages

Mathew Tracey, Wexford, 1850 10 646 (m. Mary Bennett Killinick)

1864 - Marriages

Peter Tracy, Shillelagh, 1864 17 944

Thomas Tracey, New Ross, 1864 19 457 (married Elizabeth Fardy, see New Ross)

Thomas Tracy, New Ross, 1864 4 847 (see Kilkenny)

William Treacy, New Ross, 1864 19 452 (married Anne Delany, See New Ross)

1864 - Births

Tracey, Denis, New Ross, Carlow/Kilkenny/Wexford. 1864 4 755 (see Kilkenny)

1865 - Births

Tracey, Bridget, New Ross, Carlow/Kilkenny/Wexford. 1865 4 895

Tracey, Mary, Enniscorthy. 1865 9 708 (b. 14/6/1865 to Mathew Tracey (baker) m. Catherine Stafford, No.12 Hospital Lane, Enniscorthy).

Tracey, Michael Patrick, Shillelagh, 1865 17 939 (see north Wexford)

Tracy, Catherine, New Ross, Carlow/Kilkenny/Wexford. 1865 19 805 (See New Ross)

1866 - Births

Tracey, Johanna, Enniscorthy, Wexford/Carlow. 1866 19 753 (b. 4/11/1866 to James Tracy (labourer) m. Johanna Murphy, Ferns).

Tracey, John, New Ross, Carlow/Kilkenny/Wexford. 1866 19 872 (See New Ross)

Treacy, Mary, New Ross, Carlow/Kilkenny/Wexford. 1866 9 862 (see Kilkenny)

1867 - Marriages

John Trecy, Wexford, 1867 4 1246 (m. Mary Cogley see Rosslare)

Thomas Tracy, Wexford, 1867 4 1243 (see Wexford)

Mary Treacy, New Ross, 1867 19 418 (see Kilkenny)

1867 - Births

Tracey, Catherine, Enniscorthy. 1867 19 730 (b. 29/10/1867 to Mathew Treacy (baker) m. Catherine Stafford, Duffery Hill, Enniscorthy).

Tracey, James, New Ross, Carlow/Kilkenny/Wexford. 1867 9 902 (see New Ross)

Tracy, Thomas, New Ross, Carlow/Kilkenny/Wexford. 1867 4 914 (see Kilkenny)

Treacy, John, New Ross, Carlow/Kilkenny/Wexford. 1867 19 834 (see Kilkenny)

1868 - Marriages

Mary Tracey, Wexford, 1868 9 479 (see Wexford)

James Tracy, Shillelagh, 1868 2 1073

1868 - Births

Tracey, Patrick, Shillelagh, Wexford/Wicklow/Carlow. 1868 17 921

1869 - Marriages

Mathew Tracey, Wexford, 1869 9 491 (see Rosslare)

Bridget Tracey, New Ross, 1869 4 916 (see Kilkenny)

1869 - Births

Tracey, James, Gorey, Wexford. 1869 2 917 (see north Wexford)

Tracey, Mary, Wexford, Wexford. 1869 19 915 (See Rosskare)

Tracy, Patrick, New Ross, Carlow/Kilkenny/Wexford. 1869 19 831 (see Kilkenny)

Treacy, Richard, New Ross, Carlow/Kilkenny/Wexford. 1869 4 975 (see Kilkenny)

1870 - Marriages

James Tracy, New Ross, 1870 19 423 (married Mary Hanlon, see New Ross)

Mary Treacy, Enniscorthy, 1870 4 904  (See Enniscorthy)

1870 - Births

Tracy, Ellen, New Ross, 1870 14 872 (see Kilkenny)

1871 - Marriages

Margaret Treacy, Enniscorthy, 1871 19 343 (see Ferns)

1871 - Births

Tracey, Peter, Shillelagh, 1871 17 965

1872 - Marriages

Catherine Tracy, Enniscorthy, 1872 9 344 (See Enniscorthy)

Michael Tracey, Enniscorthy, 1872 9 353 (see Ferns)

Maryanne Treacey, New Ross, 1872 4 877 (See Suttons)

1872 - Births

Tracey, William, Wexford, 1872 4 1130 (See Rosslare)

Tracy, Bridget, New Ross, 1872 4 1034 (see New Ross)

1873 - Marriages

Mary Tracey, Wexford, 1873 4 947

1873 - Births

Tracey, James, Enniscorthy, 1873 14 709 (b. 21/7/1873 to Michael Tracy (labourer) m. Ann Kenny, Milltown Ferns).

Tracey, Margaret, Shillelagh, 1873 2 1063

Tracy, Bridget, New Ross, 1873 9 919 (See New Ross)

Treacy, Ellen, New Ross, 1873 4 968 (See Kilkenny)

Treacy, Martin, Enniscorthy, 1873 4 818 (b. 25/1/1873 to Mathew Treacy (baker) m. Catherine Stafford, Duffrey Hill, Enniscorthy).

1874 - Marriages

Thomas Tracey, Wexford, 1874 19 447 (see Wexford)

Alice Tracy, Enniscorthy, 1874 9 293 (See Enniscorthy 1873)

1875 - Births

Tracey, Thomas, Enniscorthy, 1875 19 699 603 (b. 17/10/1875 to Michael Tracy (labourer) m. Ann Kenny, Ferns).

Tracey, Thomas, Shillelagh, 1875 2 1024

Tracy, Ellen, New Ross, 1875 4 870 (See New Ross)

1876 - Births

Tracey, Anastasia, Wexford, 1876 14 887 (see Rosslare)

Tracey, Arthur, Shillelagh, 1876 12 960

Tracy, James, New Ross, 1876 19 816 (See New Ross)

1877 - Marriages

Mary Tracey, New Ross, 1877 14 375

Robert Tracey, New Ross, 1877 19 371 (see Clongeen)

1878 - Marriages

Bridget Tracey, Enniscorthy, 2nd Quarter 1878 4 293 (See Enniscorthy)

1878 - Births

Tracey, Ellen, Wexford, 2nd Quarter 1878 4 951 (see Rosslare)

Tracey, Patrick, Enniscorthy, 1st Quarter 1878 4 760 (b. 18/3/1878 to Michael Tracy (labourer) m. Ann Brian, Ferns).

Tracy, Catherine, New Ross, 2nd Quarter 1878 4 845 (see Clongeen)

Treacy, Catherine, New Ross, 3rd Quarter 1878 4 772 (See New Ross)

Treacy, James, New Ross, 1st Quarter 1878 4 871

1880 - Marriages

Anastasia Tracey, Wexford, 2nd Quarter 1880 4 423 [m. William Ennis at Kilrane]

1880 - Births

Tracey, Anne Maria, Shillelagh, 3rd Quarter 1880 2 948

Tracey, Elizabeth, Wexford, 4th Quarter 1880 4 773 (see Rosslare)

Tracey, Johanna, Enniscorthy, 3rd Quarter 1880 4 603 (b. 7/8/1880 to Michael Tracy (labourer) m. Ann Kenny, Ferns).

Tracey, Mary, Enniscorthy, 2nd Quarter 1880 4 633 (b. 25/1/1880 to James Tracey (labourer) of  Kiledmund Co. Carlow & Mary Mahon of Collintra (Cullentragh, Kilann, Co. Wexford))

Tracy, William, New Ross, 1st Quarter 1880 4 857 (see Clongeen)

Treacy, Mary Ann, New Ross, 2nd Quarter 1880 4 755 (see New Ross)

1881 - Marriages

Matthew Tracy, Enniscorthy, 1st Quarter 1881 4 508 (See Enniscorthy)

1882 - Births

Tracy, James, New Ross, 3rd Quarter 1882 4 731 (see New Ross)

Treacey, William, New Ross, 2nd Quarter 1882 4 736 (see Kilkenny)

Treacy, Anne, Enniscorthy, 1st Quarter 1882 4 695 (b. 2/1/1882 to Matthew Treacy (baker) m. Margaret Farrell, Duffery St., Enniscorthy).

Treacy, Anne Mary, Wexford, 1st Quarter 1882 4 889

Treacy, Mary, Enniscorthy, 3rd Quarter 1882 4 620 (b. 12/8/1882 to Michael Tracy (labourer) m. Ann Kenny, Ferns).

1883 - Births

Treacy, Michael Joseph, Enniscorthy, 3rd Quarter 1883 4 568 (b. 30/8/1883 to Matthew Treacy (baker) m. Margaret Farrell, Duffery Gate, Enniscorthy).

1884 - Marriages

Mary Treacy, New Ross, 4th Quarter 1884 4 329 (see Kilkenny)

1884 - Births

Tracy, Catherine, New Ross, 2nd Quarter 1884 4 729 (See New Ross)

Treacy, Michael, New Ross, 3rd Quarter 1884 4 701

1885 - Marriages

Patrick Treacy, Wexford, 1st Quarter 1885 4 648 (Rathangan)

1885 - Births

Treacey, Peter, Gorey, 3rd Quarter 1885 2 753

Treacy, Matthew, Enniscorthy, 3rd Quarter 1885 4 597 (b. 11/9/1885 to Matthew Treacy (baker) m. Margaret Farrell, Duffery St., Enniscorthy).

1886 - Marriages

Patrick Treacy, New Ross, 4th Quarter 1886 4 270 (see Clongeen)

1886 – Births

Tracy, Michael, Enniscorthy, 1st Quarter 1886 4 633 (see Ferns)

1887 – Births

Treacy, Elizabeth Anne, Wexford, 1st Quarter 1887 4 799

Tracey, Martin, Enniscorthy, 2nd Quarter 1887 4 575 (see Enniscorthy)

Tracy, John, Gorey, 3rd Quarter 1887 2 745

1888 - Births

Tracey, Anastatia, New Ross, 1st Quarter 1888 4 684

Tracey, Laurence, New Ross, 4th Quarter 1888 4 615 (see 1901 census New Ross)

Tracey, Matthew Wexford, 3rd Quarter 1888 4 674

Tracey, Michael, New Ross, 2nd Quarter 1888 4 648

Tracy, Michael John, New Ross, 1st Quarter 1888 4 693

1889 - Births

Tracey, Margaret Mary, New Ross, 2nd Quarter 1889 4 649 (Arthurstown – see New Ross)

Treacy, John, Enniscorthy, 2nd Quarter 1889 4 553 (b. 1/5/1889 to Matthew Treacy (baker) m. Margaret Farrell, Duffery St., Enniscorthy).

1890 - Births

Tracey, Patrick, New Ross, 3rd Quarter 1890 4 619 (see Clongeen)

1891 - Births

Tracey, Timothy, New Ross, 2nd Quarter 1891 4 657

1892 - Marriages

John Tracey or Treacy, New Ross, 2nd Quarter 1892 4 356 (see New Ross)

Mary Tracey, Enniscorthy, 3rd Quarter 1892 4 245 (see Enniscorthy)

1893 - Marriages

Andrew Tracey, New Ross, 2nd Quarter 1893 4 367 (see New Ross)

Margaret Tracey, Wexford, 4th Quarter 1893 4 370 (see Rosslare)

1894 - Births

Tracy, Thomas, Gorey, 1st Quarter 1894 2 753

1895 - Marriages

Anastatia Treacy, New Ross, 3rd Quarter 1895 4 339 (see Kilkenny)

1896 - Marriages

Ellen Tracey, New Ross, 1st Quarter 1896 4 562 (see New Ross)

1896 - Births

Tracey, Patrick, New Ross, 2nd Quarter 1896 4 629 (see New Ross)

1898 - Marriages

James Tracey, Enniscorthy, 3rd Quarter 1898 4 263 (see Ferns)

John Treacy, Wexford, 2nd Quarter 1898 4 409 (see Rosslare)

Simon Treacy, New Ross, 1st Quarter 1898 4 505 (see Kilkenny)

1898 - Births

Treacey, Edward, Enniscorthy, 1898 Mar 1902 (b. 14/9/1898 to ??? Treacy m. Mary ???, Duffrey Gate, Enniscorthy).

1899 - Births

Tracey, George, New Ross, 3rd Quarter 1899 4 593

 

STATE REGISTRATIONS of Deaths Enniscorthy

 

Amnie Tracey of Ferns Enniscorthy RD, died 10 April 1944, married, 70 years, labourers wife, angina with acute heart failure, Annie O’Reilly of Ferns daughter present at death

Anne Tracey of Ferns, died 30 December 1908, married, 62 years, labourers wife, gastric carcimoma two years, informant Anty Doyle? of Ferns [her mark] present at death

Anne Treacy, of New St, died 19 January 1900, spinster, 40 years, servant, sarcoma 1 year, informant Margaret Connors of New St present at death

Bridget Tracey died 1866 aged 78 years, Enniscorthy PLU

Brigid Treacy of Duffry Hill Enniscorthy, died 1 April 1962, widow, 74 years, widow of a stoker in British Navy, Mycocardial degeneration Arteriosclerosis, informant William Donovan brother Scarawalsh Ferns

Catherine Tracey late of County Home Enniscorth RD, died 22 December 1929 Mental Hospital Enniscorthy, spinster, 57 years, servant, organic brain disease 2 years, Michael Kavanagh occupier Mental Hospital Enniscorthy

Catherine Treacy died 1880, 45 years, Enniscorthy PLU

Catherine Treacy died 1887, 90 years, Enniscorthy PLU

Elizabeth Tracy of Fernes, died 20 November 1910, spinster, 14 days, labourers daughter, delicacy from birth, informant Mary Tracey mother Ferns

Ellen Tracey of Irish Street, died 20 April 1911, married, 19 years, bakers wife, Pneumonia 1 month, informant Ned Donegan of Irish Street

Ellen Tracey, Enniscorthy Deaths Jul - Sep 1947, Estimated birth year: 1873, Age: 74

Ellen Tracey, late 19 Michael St New Ross, died 2 September 1947 W House Enniscorthy, married, 74 years, old age pensioner, carcinoma of the intestines Brone? kerntis?, nformant Jas O'Rourke occupier W House Enniscorthy

Ellen Treacey, Enniscorthy deaths Apr – Jun 1911, Estimated birth year: 1892, Age 19 (Enniscothy)

James Tracey late New Ross, died 30 March 1924 County Home, batchelor, 51 years, blacksmith, Pulmonary tuberculosis 5 years exhaustion 2 months, inforamant Andre Furlong occupier County Home

James Tracey, Enniscorthy Deaths Apr - Jun 1924, Estimated birth year: 1873, Age: 51

James Tracey, Enniscorthy Deaths Jan - Mar 1949, Estimated birth year: 1874, Age: 75

James Tracey, Enniscorthy Deaths Jul - Sep 1886, Estimated birth year: 1816, Age: 70 (Ferns)

James Tracey, late Haidous? Cottage Ferns died 3 March 1949  W House Enniscorthy, widower, 75 years, old age pensioner, myocardial degeneration stue? mantis?, informant Jas O'Rourke occupier W House Enniscorthy

James Tracy died 1885, 36 years, Enniscorthy PLU

James Tracy died 1889, 61 years, Enniscorthy PLU

James Tracy, Enniscorthy Deaths Apr - Jun 1880, Estimated birth year: 1799, Age: 81 (Enniscorthy)

James Tracy, Enniscorthy Deaths Oct - Dec 1885, Estimated birth year: 1849, Age: 36

Johanna Tracey, Enniscorthy Deaths 1864, Estimated birth year: 1848, Age: 16

Johanna Treacy, of Ferns, died 30 April 1984, widow, 78 years, dealers widow, sinile decay, informant A doyle of Ferns present at death

John Treacy, Enniscorthy Deaths Jan - Mar 1945, Estimated birth year: 1868, Age: 77

John Treacy, Enniscorthy Deaths Oct - Dec 1925, Estimated birth year: 1867, Age: 58

John Treacy, of Chapel Clonroche, died 12 January 1959, married, 40 years, station master, boromane thrombosis 14 days, Informant Anna Tracey (wife) Chapel (present at death)

John Treacy, of W House Enniscorthy, died 2 February 1845, widower, 77 years, old age pensioner, senility some years cerebral haemorrage, Informant Jas O'Rourke occupier W House Enniscorthy

Margaret Tracy of Duffrey Hill, died 10 December 1911, spinster, 75 years, house keeper, Brights disease indejinite, inforant Thomas Murphy of Duffrey Hill present at death

Margaret Treacy, Enniscorthy Deaths 1875, Estimated birth year: 1819, Age: 56

Margaret Treacy, of Cathedral Street, died 27 September 1925, widow, 64 years, shopkeeper, valerilar heart disease 8 months cardiac failure, informant John Treacy of Cathedral street son present at death

Martin Tracey, Enniscorthy Deaths 1866, Estimated birth year: 1840, Age: 26

Martin Treacy, Enniscorthy Deaths 1873, Estimated birth year: 1873 (Enniscorthy)

Martin Treacy, Enniscorthy Deaths 1877, Estimated birth year: 1799, Age: 78 (Enniscorthy)

Mary Elizabeth Tracey, late Tripwater? Killinick? died 17 Febraury 1961 St Johns Hospital Enniscorthy, widow, 66 years, house keeper, jaundice of liver 3 monthgs carcinoma of breast 8 years, informant Jas O'Roukre occupier St. Johns Hospital Enniscorthy

Mary Tracey died 1887 aged 86 years, Enniscorthy PLU

Mary Tracey of Workhose Enniscorthy, died 30 September 1891, spinster, 49 years, servant, spine disease 2 months, informant Catherine Scaley [her mark] sister Haysfield Enniscorthy

Mary Tracey, Enniscorthy Deaths 1865, Estimated birth year: 1793, Age: 72

Mary Tracey, Enniscorthy Deaths Jan - Mar 1887, Estimated birth year: 1883, Age: 4

Mary Tracey, Enniscorthy Deaths Oct - Dec 1891, Estimated birth year: 1842, Age: 49

Mary Tracy, Enniscorthy Deaths Oct - Dec 1918, Estimated birth year: 1918

Mary Tracy, of Ferns, died 26 December 1918, spinster, 4 moths, labourer's daughter, bronchitis 3 days, informant Mary Tracey of Ferns present at death

Matthew Tracy of Duffry Street, died 16 November 1912, married, 70 years, baker, chronic endocarditis syncope, informant Alice Parry of Duffrey St present at death

Michael Tracey of 1 Upper Ferns, died 24 January 1963, married 77 years, carpenter, cardiac failure 2 weeks mycocardial degeneration 2 yrs, Michael Treacy of 1 Upper Ferns son present at death

Michael Tracey of Ferns, died 10 November 1915, widower, 62 years, labourer, probably disease of heart no medical attendant, informant Johanna Tracey of Ferns daughter present at death

Patrick Tracey of 33 Cullon (Castle Road) Ennuiscorthy BD, died 14? December 1949, married, 71 years, labourer, prostatis 2 years broncho pneumonia 4 days, informant Johanna Tracey of Ferns daughter present at death

Roseanna Tracey of Ferns Enniscorthy RD, died 11 May 1930, widow, 50 years, shop keeper, valvulas disease of heart 3 months heart failure a day, Annie Tracey of Ferns sister present at death

Thomas Tracey of Ferns, died 26 October 1921, married, 41 years, labourer, pulmonary tuberculosis, informant Rose Tracey of Ferns present at death

 

ENNISCORTHY STATE REGISTRATIONS Enniscorthy after 1899 to 1930 [from IrishGenealogy.ie may not be complete]

 

Annie Treacy, full age, spinster, of Enniscorthy, (d. of Matthew Treacy, baker) married Daniel O'Brien, full age, bachelor, railway servt?, of 60 Cruine [1901 Census 3 Slaney Street] (s. of Wm O'Brien, railway servt? [1901 census Hd Inspector railway]) Wit: Daniel O'Brien & Mary M Toolet on the 11 June 1907 RC Cathedral Enniscorthy

Annie O'Brien nee Treacy, full age, widow, of Cathedral Street Enniscorthy,  (d. of Matthew Treacy, baker) married Nicholas Murphy, full age, bachelor, journalist, of Georges Street Enniscorthy, (s. of John Murphy, farmer) Wit: Robert P Murphy & Alice Parry on the 22 April 1913 RC Cathedral Enniscorthy

Annie Treacy & Nicholas J Murphy, journalist

Catherine Mary Murphy born 19 January 1914 of Cathedral St

John Murphy 05 April 1918 (Tracey)

 

Annie Tracey, 23, spinster, servant, of St Aidens Ferns, (d. of James Tracey, labourer) married John O'Reilly, 20, bachelor, soldier, of Gorey Barracks, (s. of Myles O'Reilly, labourer) Wit: Danial Mahon & Johanna Tracey on the 4 July 1923 RC Church Ferns

Annie Tracey and John O'Reilly on 04 July 1923

Elizabeth O Reilly On 25 March 1924 (Tracey)

Myles Reily On 12 July 1925 (Treacy)

 

James Tracy, Mechanic/labourer, & Annie Mahon

Annie Tracey born 23 May 1900 of Ferns

Johanna Treacy born 13 August 1906 of Ferns

Michael Tracy born 07 May 1908 of Ferns

Mary Tracey born 10 September 1910 of Ferns

Daniel Tracey born 17 July 1914 of Ferns

 

John Treacy, 20, bachelor, baker, of Enniscorthy, (s. of Matthew Treacy, baker) married Ellen Donegan, 19, spinster, of Enniscorthy, (d. of Michael Donegan, jarvey) Wit: Edward Donegan & Mary A Brien on the 22 July 1909 RC Cathedral Enniscorthy

John Treacy, baker, & Ellen Donegan

Michael Treacy born 2 September 1910 of Irish St

John Treacy, 31, Widower, Commission agent, of Cathedral Street Enniscorthy, (s. of Matthew Treacy, baker) married Honoria Delaney, 25, spinster, confectioner, of Askinvillar Kiltealy (d. of Maurice Delaney, farmer) Wit: Jeremiah Breen & Nellie Banehan on the 16 November 1920 RC Church St Patrick Kiltealy

John Treacy and Honoria Delaney

Matthew Tracey 07 November 1921 (Delaney)

Maurice Tracey 06 October 1922 (Delaney)

Michael Tracey 08 September 1924 (Delaney)

Margaret Tracey 20 January 1927 (Delaney)

Bridget Tracy Jul – Sep 1929 (Delaney)

John J Tracey Jan - Mar 1931 (Delaney)

Joseph M Tracey Apr - Jun 1935 (Delaney)

 

Katherine Tracey [init], full age, spinster, housekeeper, of Galbally Macmine [Mackmine] Co. Wexford (d. of William Tracey, deceased, tailor [init]) married John Murphy, full age, widower, mason, of Kellystown [Adamstown] Enniscorthy Co Wexford (s. of John Murphy, farmer) Wit: Thomas Jordan & Anastasia Bridget Stanton on the 23 October 1912 [Sept 23rd crossed out] RC Chapel Galbally

 

Mary Treacy & Michael Neill, weaver

Margaret Neill born 25 July 1903 of Francis Row

 

Mary Tracy & Joseph White, labourer

John White born 15 July 1909 of Wilton [Enniscorthy Wexford]

 

Thomas Treacy m. Mary Crowley 1891 [State Reg: Celbridge, 3rd Quarter 1891 2 367] [Maynooth]

Mary Treacy nee Crowley

Edward Treacy born 14 September 1898 of St. John's St

Bridget Tracy born 31 July 1906 (Ellen Rourke of Folly [Enniscothy] present at birth)

 

Matthew Treacey, full age, bachelor, tailor, of Cathedral street Enniscorthy, (s. of Matthew Treacey, grocer) married Bridget Donovan, full age, spinster, of Duffry Hill Enniscorthy, (d. of John Donovan, bailif) Wit: John Murphy & Nellie? Mocler? on the 7 January 1925 RC Cathedral Enniscorthy

 

Michael Tracey, 27, bachelor, carpenter, of Ferns, (s. of Michael Tracey, labourer) married Anne Brien, 25, spinster, servant, of Crory, (d. of John Brien, railway jarvey?) Wit Thomas Tracey & Rose A Brien on the 14 July 1913 RC Church Ferns

Michael Treacey, carpenter, & Annie O'Brien

Annie Tracey born 22 June 1914 of Ferns

Michael Tracey On 20 June 1916 (O Brien)

John Tracey On 19 June 1918 (O Brien)

Thomas Tracey On 12 June 1921 (O Brien)

Rosanna Treacey On 15 October 1923 (O Brien)

Patrick Tracey On 08 January 1926 (O Brien)

Daniel Tracey Jan – Mar 1929 (O'brien)

 

Patrick Tracey, 31, bachelor, labourer, of Ferns, (s. of Michael Tracey, labourer) married Mary Donnelly, 31, spinster, servant, of Ferns, (d. of John Donnelly, deceased, labourer) Wit: Michael Tracey & Bridget Donnelly on the 3 August 1910 RC Chapel Ferns

Patrick Tracey, labourer, & Mary Donnolly

Elizabeth Tracey born 3 November 1910 of Ferns

Michael Tracey born 3 November 1910 of Ferns

Ana Eliza Tracy born 19 September 1912 of Ferns

Elizabedth Tracey born 6 December 1914 of Ferns

Johanna Tracey On 12 August 1918 (Donnolly)

Mary Tracey On 12 August 1918 (Donnolly)

 

Thomas Tracey, 40, bachelor, labourer, of Ferns, (s. of Michael Tracey, deceased, labourer) married Rosanna Obrien, 35, spinster, servant, (d. of John O'Brien, labourer) Wit: John O'Brien & Annie Tracey on the 23 July 1917 RC Church Ferns

 

Matthew Treacey and Bridget Donovan on 07 January 1925 [Enniscorthy]

 

Michael Ryan, Jan - Mar 1928 (Tracey)

Johanna Ryan Jul - Sep 1944 (Tracey)

 

 

GOREY  STATE REGISTRATIONS 1900 ONWARDS - [from IrishGenealogy.ie may not be complete]

 

Michael Treacy, full age, bachelor, labourer, of Arklow, (s. of Michael Treacy, sailor) married Mary Byrne, full age, spinster, of Ballinakill [Wexford], (d. of John Byrne, farmer) Wit: Edward Byrne & Katie Keane on the 30 June 1910 RC church of St. Mary Star of the Sea Riverchapel [Courtown]

 

Robert Tracey of Courtown, labourer, & Mary Byrne [his mark]

Anne Tracy born 12 February 1901 of Courtown

 

Mary Tracey & Patrick Murphy, labourer, of Tara Hill

Patrick Murphy born 26 June 1900 of Tara Hill

Mary Murphy born 29 July 1903 of Tara Hill

Edward Murphy born 14 June 1908 of Tara Hill

 

Bridgid Tracey of Coolgreany, died 8 March 1959, widow, 70 years, retired N teacher, coronary thrombosis (suddenly) hypertension 2.5 years, informant Gertude Fennessy sister of deceased of Church St Gort Co. Galway

 

Daniel Tracey of Ballylarkin Scarnagh Inch, died 12 December 1943, married, 61 years, farmer, cardiac failure chronic endocarditis indefinate, informant Ellen Treacy widow of deceased of Ballylarkin Inch Co. Wexford

 

Edward Tracey of Tara Hill, died 2 April 1914 Gorey Infirmary, widower, 75 years, labourer, tabular disease of heart, informant James Evans occupier Gorey Infirmary

 

Ellen Treacy of Ballylarkin, died 17 February 1956, widow, 71 years, farmer, mycarditis 2 months valculor disease of heart 30 years, informant Eliz A Latham niece of deceased Clone Aughrim Co Wicklow

 

James Treacy of Kilpatrick died 10 December 1901, bachelor, 74 years, famer, bronchitis 10 days no medical attendant, informant Andrew Reilly nephew of Kilpatrick present at death

 

Patrick Sydney Tracey of Coolgreany, died 30 October 1954 , married, 54 years, draper, cerebral haemorrhage 24 hours, hypertension 2 years, informant Brigid Tracey widow of deceased Coolgreany

 

SHILLELAGH  STATE REGISTRATIONS 1900 ONWARDS - [from IrishGenealogy.ie may not be complete]

 

Patrick S. Treacy, full age, bachelor, shop keeper, of Coolgreaney Co. Wexford, (s. of Patrick Treacy, teacher) married Brigid O'Kelly, full age, spinster, teacher, of Ballythomas [Wexford] Tinahely [Wicklow], (d. of John Kelly, business) Wit: Michael A Treacy & Mary E Cuddihy on the 27 April 1932 RC Church of Kilarenly [killavaney Tinahely Wicklow]

 

Margaret Treacy of Liscolman, died 12? May 1896, married. 53 years, wife of farmer, delicity? no medical attentant, informant Arthur Treacy son of Liscolman present at death

Peter Treacy of Liscolman, died 20 January 1915, widower, 80 years, farmer, No medical attendant, informant Arthur Treacy of Liscolman present at death

Thomas Treacy of Liscolman, died 29 December 1911, bachelor, 35 years, farmers son, heart disease lonae? fears?, informant Arthur Treacy brother of Liscolman present at death

 

WEXFORD STATE REGISTRATIONS 1900 ONWARDS - [from IrishGenealogy.ie may not be complete]

 

Alice Tracey, full age, spinster, of Ratholm Killinick (d. of Matthew Tracey, farmer) married Robert Duggan, full age, bachelor, farmer, of White House Rosslare (s. of Nicholas Duggan, deceased, farmer) Wit: William Tracey & Anastasia Tracey on the 02 June 1903 RC Chapel of St. Mary's Tagoat

 

Anastatia Treacy, 36?, spinster, of Woodville [New Ross?] (d. of J Treacy, alive, farmer?) married Patrick Murphy, 36, bachelor, farmer, of Tullabards [Kilturk] (s. of Arthur Murphy, dead, farmer?) Wit: Peter Murphy & Margarey Walsh on the 27 August 1913 RC Church of Kilmore

 

Elizabeth Treacey [Tracey e insered], 38 [28 crossed out], spinster, farmer's daughter, of Ratholm (d. of Mathew Treacey, farmer) married Peter James Sinnott, 28, bachelor, licensed dealer, of Killinick, (s. of John Sinnott, licensed dealer) Wit: Willoughby Ross & Mary Scallan on the 12 August 1919 RC Church Tagoat

 

John Tracey, of full age, widower, blacksmith, of High Street Wexford (s. of John Tracey, deceased, labourer) [his mark] married Margaret Sheil, 29, spinster, of Newbay, (d. of William Sheil, deceeased, farmer)  Wit: William & Alice Sheil on the 05 April 1920 RC Church Wexford

 

Matthew Tracey, full age, bachelor, farmer, of Ratholm (s. of Matthew Tracey, alive, farmer) married Margaret [Gretta] Ross, full age, spinster, farmer, of Killinick (d. of George Ross, dead, farmer) Wit: Willoughby R Ross & Anastasia Rossiter on the 12 February 1923 RC Chapel Ballymore

 

Michael Joseph Treacy, 22, bachelor, hardware manager, of Stonebridge Wexford (s. of Matthew Treacy, shop keeper) married Mary Therea Obrien, of full age, spinster, of 3 Slaney Street WWexford (d. of William O'Brien, Inspector DW&W Railway) Wit: Thomas Cullen & Dora Furlong on the 26 November 1905 RC Church Wexford

2 December 1905 Wicklow People

Treacy and O'Brien - November 26th at the Church of the Immaculate Conception Wexford, by the Rev. P. Doyle, Adm, Michael Treacy, eldest son of Matthew Treacy, Enniscorthy, to Mary Teresa, only daughter of Wm O'Brien, Slaney-street, Wexford.

 

Robert Treacy, fullage, bachelor, farm labourer, of Bannow (s. of William Treacy, alive, labourer) married Ellen Wall, full age, spinster, domestic servant, of Bannow, (d. of Patrick Wall, alive, small farmer) Wit: Patrick Treacy & Alice Keane on the 17 March 1925 RC Church Bannow

 

Thomas Tracey, 47, widower, tailor, of Barrack Street Wexford (s. of William Tracey, deceased, tailor) married Lizzie Nolan ors Murphy, full age, widow, shop keeper, Mary Street Wexford (d. of William Murphy, deceased, labourer) Wit: Mathew Grannalb? & Annie on the 17 January 1903 RC Chapel Wexford

 

William Tracey, full age, bachelor, farmer, of Rathullan [Rathrolan?] Killinick (s. of Matthew Tracey, farmer) married Mary Alice Sinnott [Ann crossed out with note 'error in copy only'], full age, of Killinick, (d. of John Sinnott, farmer & shopkeeper) Wit: James Sinnott & Anastasia Murphy on the 25 June 1913 RC Chapel of Ballymore

 

BIRTHS

 

Alice Tracey & Robert Duggan, road contractor of Rosslare

Nicholas Duggan born 9 October 1915 of Rosslare

 

Anastatia Treacy & Patrick Murphy, farmer of Tullabards

Mary Anne Murphy born 26 July 1914 of Tullabards

Arthur Murphy born 9 August 1915 of Tullabards [Kilturk]

 

Mary Treacy & John Moore, sergeant RIC Kilmore Quay

Margaret Moore born 4 April 1905 of Kilmore Quay

 

Michael Treacy, clerk of Slaney Street Wexford & Mary Theresa O'Brien

William Matthew Treacy born 15 June 1906 of Slaney Street Wexford. Informant Dora O'Brien of Slaney Street Wexford, present at birth.

 

William Tracey, farmer of Killinick/Ratholm & Mary Alice/Anne Sinnott

Mary Tracey born 4 August 1913 of Ratholm

Catherine Tracey born 6 February 1915 of Killinick

 

DEATHS

 

Anne Tracy of Barrack Street Wexford, died 22 July 1898, married, 62 years, wife of Thomas Tract a tailor, peritonitis 6 days, informant Thomas Tracy [his mark] widower of deceased Barrack street Wexford present at death

 

Annie Tracey of Hayestown, died 23 November 1923, widower, 83 years, OAP, old age no medical attendant, informant William Kenny third cousin Hayestown present at death

 

Eliza Annie Treacy of Baldwinstown, died 6 August 1904, spinster, 18 years, shop keepers daughter, Plebesis 5 months, informant Patrick Treacy father of deceased Baldwinstown present at death

 

Elizabeth Treacy of Barrack street Wexford, died 21 May 1932, widow, 70 years, widow of a tailor, malignant disease of intestines, informant Mary J Murphy cousin Barrack Street Wexford present at death

 

James Tracey of Kilmore, died 17 March 1912 Workhouse Wexford, bachelor, 80 years, labourer, senile decay, Joseph Moran occupier workhouse wexford

 

John Tracey from Wexford, died 9 September 1894 Workhouse Wexford, bachelor, 75 years, bronchitis 14 days, informant Nicholas Kehoe occupier Workhouse Wexford

 

John Tracey of Muchrath, died 27 March 1909, married, 85 years, farmer, senile decay paralysis 15 days, informant John Cousins [his mark] of Muchrath present at death

 

Margaret Tracey of Ratholm Wexford, died 5 February 1940, spinster, 65 years, house duties, acute peritonitis 2 dats, informant Mary Treacy niece of deceased of Killinick present at death

 

Margaret Tracy from Wexford, died 22 January 1891 Workhouse Wexford, married, 70 years, wife of tailor, Apolency 2 days, informant John Irwin occupier Workhouse Wexford

 

Margaret Tracy of Muchrath, died 28 March 1921, widow, farmer, renal dropsy, informant Kate Hayes of Ballycorboy present at death

 

Margaret Treacy of Ratholm Killinick Wexford, died 1 November 1933, widow, age 77 years, house duties, senile decay no medical attendant, informant Anastasia Murphy daughter of deceased of Tullibards Bridgetown present at death

 

Mary Alice Tracey of Killinick, died 3 October 1965, widow, 76 years, housewife, carcinoma stomach, informant James Sinnott of Killinick present at death

 

Mary Tracey of Ballysheen, died 22 September 1895, married, 77 years, wife of farmer, cardiac disease 3 years, informant John Tracy [his mark] husband Ballysheen

 

Mary Treacy of Baldwinstown, died 11 October 1897, spinster, 31 years, farmers daughter, Plebtusis 12 months, informant Patrick Treacy father of deceased of Baldwinstown present at death

 

Mary Treacy of High Street Wexford, died 9 August 1935, widow, 76 years, widow of commercial traveller, senility cardiac failure, Mary Kelly of High Street Wexford present at death

 

Matthew Tracey of Yoletown, died 31 January 1924, bachelor, 17 days, son of farmer, debility from birth no medical attendant, informant Matthew Tracey father Yoletown

 

Patrick Treacy of High Street Wexford, died 19 March 1926, married, 63 years, insurance agent, cardiac valcular disease, Bridget Egan of High Street Wexford present at death

 

Thomas Joseph Treacy of Rectory Road Enniscorthy, died 10 February 1965 County Hospital Wexford, age 1 week, son of merchant, Anoxia convulsive attacks, informant Michael Walsh occupier County Hospital Wexford

 

Thomas Tracey late of Barrcak street Wexford, died 30 December 1924 County Hospital wexford, married, 75 years, tailor, malignant urtheral stricture acute retention & heart failure 2 days, informant John Roche inmate County Hospital Wexford

 

William Matthew Treacy of Slaney Street Wexford, died 21 September 1906, bachelor, 3 months, diarrhoea, informant Michael [William crossed out] Treacy father Slaney Street Wexford present at death

 

William Tracey of Yoletown, died 28 October 1946, married, 74 years, retired farmer, carcinoma of colon, informant Gretta Tracey sister-in-law of deceased of Yoletown present at death

 

William Tracy from Wexford, died 24 August 1892 Workhouse Wexford, widower, 84 years, tailor, softening of brain 1 year, informant John Irwin occupier Workhouse Wexford

 

NEW ROSS STATE REGISTRATIONS 1900 ONWARDS - [from IrishGenealogy.ie may not be complete]

 

Anastasia Tracey, full, age, spinster, farmer, of Bryanstown Foulksmills, (d. of Patrick Tracey, farmer) married Sylvester Carty, full age, bachelor, labourer, of Tinnerath Foulksmills, (s. of Stlvester Carty, labourer) [his mark] Wit: James Carty & Mary Bowe on the 12 April 1915 RC Church Clongeen

 

Catherine [Mary crossed out] Tracey, full age, spinster, of Maudlins New Ross, (d. of James Tracey, labourer) married James Hendrick, full age, bachelor, labourer, of Arnestown New ross, (s. of William Hendrick, labourer) Wit: Patrick Kehoe & Mary Lee on the 27 January 1931 RC Church New Ross

 

Ellen Treacy, 24, spinster, farmer, Ballymagill, (d. of Thomas Treacy, farmer) married John Scurry, 26, bachelor, farmer, Balaugh, (s. of Michael Scurry, farmer) Wit: John Farrell & Bridget Mackey on the 22 January 1902 RC Chapel of Mullinarigle [Tullagher, Co. Kilkenny]

 

Ellen Treacy, full age, spinster, farmer, of Ballymagill Tullogher (d. of Simon Treacy, farmer) married James Kennedy, full age, bachelor, farmer, of Glenpipe Tullogher (s. of Patrick Kennedy, farmer) Wit: Thomas Kennedy & Mary Roche on the 18 April 1928 RC Church Rosbercon

 

James Treacy, of full age, bachelor, farmer, of Ballymagill, (s. of Thomas Treacy, farmer) married Mary Ryan, of full age, spinster, farmer, of Guileough, (d. of Walter Ryan, Farmer) Wit: Thomas Mackesy & Mary Walsh) on the 26 February 1900 RC Chapel of Mullinarigle

 

John Treacey, full age, bachelor, labourer, of Glenpipe Tullogher, (s. of william Treacy, labourer) married Mary Kate Somers, 18, spinster, servant, of Wm St New Ross (d. of James Somers, labourer) Wit: Michael Treacy & Bridget Somers on the 05 November 1906 RC Church St. Mary

 

Mary Treacy [Margaret Power crossed out], full age, spinster, farmer, of Ballymagill Tullogher, (d. of Simen Treacy, farmer) married Edward Walsh [John Curran crossed out]. full age, bachelor, farmer, of Glenpipe Tullogher (s. of Richard Walsh. farmer) Wit: Edward Walsh & Ellen Grennan on the 18 April 1928 RC Church Rosbercon.

 

Maryanne Tracey, full age, spinster, of Maudlins New Ross, (d. of James Tracey, labourer) married James Lee, full age, bachelor, blacksmith, of Rosbercon New Ross, (s. of James Lee, blacksmith) Wit: James Tracey [his mark] & Katie Tracey on the 21 December 1903 RC Chapel St Mary

 

Richard Treacy, 30, bachelor, farmer of Powerswood, (s. of Patrick treacy, farmer) married Mary Kennedy, 24, spinster, farmer, of Ballyconnaught, (d. of James Kennedy, farmer) Wit: John Murphy & Maggie Kennedy on the 5 February 1902 RC Chapel of Tullogher

 

Sarah Treacy, 28, spinster, shop keeper, of New Ross (d. of Edward Treacy, farmer [Carlow]) married John Aloysius Nix, 25, bachelor, journalist, of Maryborough (s. of James Nix, farmer) Wit: Thomas Nix and Johana Treacy on the 25 January 1910 RC Church of St. Mary New Ross

 

William Tracey, full age, bachelor, servant, of Bryanstown (s. of Robert Tracey, labourer) married Alice Mcloughlin, full age, spinster, servant, of Haredmead, (d. of William McLoughlin, labourer) Wit: Peter Bowe & Bridget McLoughlin on the 1 September 1902 RC Chapel Clongeen

 

BIRTHS

Anastasia Tracey

Henry Tracey born 13 March 1909 of Kilbraney Newbawn. Re-registered by Authority of Registrar General 15 March 1911 [Note: See also Entry No. 59 16.3.11]

 

Andrew Tracey, labourer Michael St & Ellen Doherty

Andrew Tracey born 26 October 1903 of Michael St

 

Bridget Treacey & William Kirby, labourer/steward of Fruit Hill

Bridget Kirby born 27 April 1904 of Fruithill

James Kirby born 24 February 1906 of Fruit Hill

Margaret Kirby born 13 October 1907 of Fruithill [steward]

Edward Kirby born 24 May 1909 of Fruithill

William Kirby born 8 February 1911 of Fruit Hill

Mary Kirby born 13 January 1915 of Fruithill

 

Ellen Tracey & Thomas Morrissey saddler of Irishtown

John Morrissey born 9 June 1901 of Irishtown

 

James Treacy of Ballymackillagill farmer & Mary Ryan

Thomas Treacy born 21 April 1902 of Ballymagill [Ballymackillagill Listerlin Kilkenny]

Walter Treacy born 31 May 1911 of Ballymackillagill [Listerlin Kilkenny]

Ellen Treacy born 9 October 1915 of Ballymackillagill [Listerlin Kilkenny]

 

John Treacy, of Smithstown/Darbystown labourer & Mary Kate Somers/Summers

William Treacy born 6 October 1907 of Smithstown [Listerlin Kilkenny]

James Treacy born 3 December 1908 of Darbystown [Listerlin Kilkenny]

Patrick Treacy born 19 April 1910 of Darbystown [Listerlin Kilkenny]

Thomas Treacy born 1 September 1911 of Darbystown [Listerlin Kilkenny]

Michael Treacy born 27 August 1913

John Treacy born 24 February 1915 of Smithstown [Listerlin Kilkenny]

 

Kate Tracey

William Tracey born 18 July 1911 of Maudlin

 

Mary Treacy & Denis McEvoy of Campile railway employee

Margaret Mcevoy born 24 July 1907 of Campile

John Mcevoy born 20 August 1909 of Campile

 

Maryanne Treacey/Treacy & James Lee, blacksmith of Irishtown

James Lee born  9 July 1906 of Irishtown

Thomas Lee born 12 July 1908 of Irishtown

Mary Lee boorn 27 March 1911 of Irishtown

Michael Lee born 31 August 1913 of Irishtown

 

Sarah Treacy & John A Nix of South Street reporter

Arthur James Nix born 1 June 1911

Rachel Mary Nix born 15 May 1913 of South Street

Edward Nix born 20 September 1914 of South Street

 

Simon Treacy of Ballymagill farmer & Mary Grennan

Mary Treacy born 22 May 1900 of Ballymagill [Ballymackillagill Listerlin Kilkenny]

Ellen Treacy born 22 January 1902 of Ballymagill [Ballymackillagill Listerlin Kilkenny]

 

William Treacy/Tracey of Bryanstown labourer & Alice McLoughlin

Robert Treacy born 20 January 1903 of Bryanstown Clongeen

Patrick Tracey born 24 February 1904 of Bryanstown Clongeen

 

DEATHS

 

Alice Treacy of Leegane Foulksmills New Ross, died 6 August 1948, marriedm age 70, farmers wife, chronic myocardial degeneration cariac failure, information received from Fintan H O'Conner coroner for Sth Wexford postmortan held 6th August 1948

 

Anastatia Tracy of Bryanstown Clongeen, died 5 September 1897, married. 74 years, wife of farmer, primary feeble heart and bronchitis 2.5 months, Patrick Tracy son of deceased Bryanstown present at death

 

Andrew Tracey of Barrack Lane, died 6 January 1904, 3 months, son of labourer, marasmus 2 moths, informant Ellen Tracey [her mark] Barrack Lane present at death

 

Andrew Treacy of Michael St New Ross, died 9 July 1948 Auxiliary Hospital New Ross, widower, 79 years, labourer, myocarditis 38 days cardiac failure, informant H Carpenter occupier Auxiliary Hospital New Ross

 

Bridget Tracey of Bryanstown, died 5 September 1929, widow, 78 years, widow of labourer, disabetes 6 months no medical attendant, informant Lawrence Tracey son of deceased Bryanstown Foulkmills present at death

 

Catherine Tracey of Bryanstown Clongeen,  died 30 May 1906, widow, 50 years, widow of a shoemaker, primary cancer 2.5 months, informant William Tracey brother-in-law of deceased Bryanstown present at death

 

Ellen Treacy of Ballymackillagill, died 26 January 1908, widow, 81 years, farmers widow, old age no medical attendant, James Treacy son Ballymackillagill present at death

 

George Treacey of Barrack Lane, died 4 August 1899, 21 days, son of a labourer, marasmus 21 days, informant Ellen Treacey [her mark] of Barrack lane present at death

 

James Tracey of Maudlin, died 20 March 1912, married, 70 years, labourer, chronic nephritis 1 year, informant Katie Tracey daughter Maudlin present at death

 

James Treacey of Mullinakill, died 1 March 1896, married, 80 years, labourer, old age no medical attendant, informant Bridget Tracey [her mark] widow of deceased of Mullinakill present at death

 

Kathleen Tracey of Carrigcloney Waterford [Kilkenny?], died 30 March 1947 Co Fever Hospital New Ross, 13 years, daughter of labourer, tubercular meningites 70 days, informant J Breen occupier Co Fever Hospital New Ross

 

Laurence Treacy of Bryanstown Foulksmills, died 16 September 1939, bachelor, 51 years, labourer, gastro enteritis 6 mths toxaemania & debrility 2 mths, informant Bridget Bennett cousin of deceased of Bryanstown Foulksmills present at death

 

Mary Tracey of Glenpipe, died 5th March 1919, widow, 78 years, labourers widow, Bronchitis no medical attendant, informant kate Tracey daughter Glenpipe present at death

 

Mary Tracey of Michael St, died 28 Apil 1922, spinster, 54 years, char woman, valvalar disease 5 months, informant Statia McGrath Bewley st present at death

 

Mary Treacy of Ballymagill, died 3 April 1896, widow, 68 years, farmers widow, debility no medical attendant, Simon Treacy son Ballymagill present at death

 

Mary Treacy of Clonsharragh Duncannon, died 28 December 1914, widow, 90 years, farmers widow, cerebral thromosis 9 days, informant William Foley newphew Carnevan [Carnarvon Wales?] present at death

 

Mary Treacy of Neville St, died 21 February 1925, married, 58 years, laundress, diabetes 2 years no medical attendant, informant John Treacy widower of deceased Neville St present at death

 

Maryanne Tracey of Dublin, died 18 December 1920 Workhouse, 10 years, daughter of labourer, spinal paralysis 4 months, informant William G Smith occupier workhouse

 

Michael Treacey of Neville St, died 7 September 1891, married, 63 years, labourer, bronchitis 2 months, informant John Treacey son occupier Neville St

 

Patrick Tracey of Bryanstown Clongeen, died 17 May 1899, married, 43 years, tradesman, bronchitis 1 week no medical attendant, William Tracey brother of deceased Bryanstown present at death

 

Patrick Tracey of Bryanstown Clongeen, died 22 January 1899, widower, 88 years, farmer, general debility 6 months no medical attendant, informant William Treacy son of deceased Bryansytown present at death

 

Patrick Tracey of Leganne Foulksmills Co Wexford, died 18 October 1961, single, 57 years, farmer, coronary thrombosis arterioscerosis sudden, certificate of pm received from Fintan O'Connor coroner for South Wexford pm held on the 8th day of October 1961 at Legane Fouksmills

 

Robert Tracey of Bryanstown, died 16 May 1919, married, 68 years, labourer, stomach compliant 4 months, informant Laurence Tracey son Bryanstown present at death

 

Sarah Tracey of Neville St, died 1 January 1900 , widow, 61 years, bronchitis & pneumonia 10 days cardiac debility, informant Mary Tracey [her mark] Neville St present at death

 

Simon Treacy of Ballymackillagill, died 31 December 1903, married, 46 years, phthisis 2 years, James Treacy [his mark] Ballymackillagill present at death

 

Thomas Treacy of Ballmagackillagrill, died 26 April 1907, married, 80 years, farmer, old age no medical attendant, James Treacy son Ballymachillagill present at death

 

Thomas Treacy of Ballymagill, died 15 October 1895. married, 63 years, farmer, ???, Simon Treacy son Ballymagill present at death

 

Timothy Tracey of Ballynabole, died 13 September 1892, married, 34 years, police constable, phthises 2 years, informant Anty Cullen [her mark] Ballynabole present at death   

 

Timothy Treacey of Ballynabola [Kilscanlan Wexford], died 21 May 1892, 1 year, police constable son, convulsions 3 days, Informant Timothy Tracey father occupier Ballynabola

 

William Tracey of Bryanstown Clongeen, died 31 January 1914, bachelor, 56 years, carpenter, primary acute gastro enteritis seconary heart failure, informant Catherine Tracey sister Bryanstown present at death

 

William Tracey of Maudlin, died 1 April 1912, 9 months, son of servant, croup 1 day, informant Maryann Lee Maudlin present at death

 

William Treacy of Glenpipe, died 17 February 1894, married, 57 years, labourer, cardiac debility 2 months, Mary Treacy [her mark] widow of deceased Glenpipe present at death

 

William Treacy of Leagawn Foulksmills, died 1 March  1954, widower, aged 74, old age pensioner, carcinoma of large intestine, informant Patrick Treacy of Leagawn Foulksmills son of deceased present at death

 

CHURCH RECORDS – Baptism & Marriage Co. Wexford Heritage & Genealogy Society

 

TRACY, ANNE, 1699, B (see Wexford Town)

TRASY, WILLIAM, 1705, B (see Wexford Town)

TRASY, THOMAS, CONNICK, CATHERINE, 1728, M (see Wexford Town)

THRASY, MARY, 1738, B (see Lady’s Island)

CODY, MICHAEL, TRACEY, ELEANOR, 1743, M (see Wexford Town)

REVEL, JOHN, TRACEY, CATHERINE, 1744, M (see Margaret Tracey, Wexford Town)

TRACEY, ELEANOR, 1751, B (see Wexford Town)

TRACEY, JAMES, 1753, B (see Wexford Town)

TRACEY, ROBERT, 1756, B (see Wexford Town)

TRACEY, JOHN, 1759, B (see Wexford Town)

TRACEY, MARGARET, 1761, B (see Wexford Town)

TRACEY, MATTHEW, 1763, B (see Wexford Town)

TRACEY, CATHERINE, 1765, B (see Wexford Town)

EDWARDS, JAMES, TRACEY, ELEANOR, 1774, M (see Wexford Town)

TRACEY, WILLIAM, 1775, B (see Wexford Town)

TRACEY, ALICE, 1776, B (see Wexford Town)

TEASEY, CATHERINE, 1780, B

PETTIT, JOHN, TRACY, MARY, 1783, M (see Wexford Town)

TRACY, ROBERT, 1790, B

TRACY, THOMAS, 1790, B (see New Ross)

TRACY, WILLIAM, PARLE, MARY ANNE, 1791, M (see Wexford Town 1792)

TREACY, MARY, 1792, B

TRACY, ANNE, 1794, B

TRACY, JAMES, 1796, B

TREACY, MATTHEW, 1796, B

TREACY, MARY, 1797, B

TREACY, ANNE, 1798, B

TREACY, WILLIAM, 1800, B

TRACY, ROBERT, SUMMERS, ELINOR, 1801, M (see Enniscorthy)

TREACY, MARGARET, 1801, B

TREACY, ELEANOR, 1803, B

TRACY, WILLIAM, 1803, B (see New Ross)

NOWLAN, JAMES, TRACY, CATHERINE, 1806, M (see Oylgate)

TRACY, MARY, 1806, B (see New Ross)

MORAN, THOMAS, TRACY, ANASTATIA, 1807, M (see Wexford Town)

TRACY, PATRICK, CULLETON, BRIDGET, 1807, M (see Wexford Town)

TRACY, ANNE, 1807, B (see Enniscorthy)

TRACY, CATHERINE, 1807, B

MISKELLA, JAMES, TRACEY, MARY, July 9, 1809, M Wit W. O’Bryan, Anthony Murphy & Bryan Flaherty (St. Aidens, Enniscorthy)

TREACY, PATT, 1809, B

TRACY, JOHN, 1810, B

TRACY, JOHN, 1810, B

TRACY, NICHOLAS, 1810, B

TRACY, ALICE, 1810, B

MORREN, JOHN, TREACY, MARGARET, 1812, M (see Wexford Town)

DEVEREUX, WILLIAM, TREACY, MARY, 1813, M (see Wexford Town)

TREACY, JOHN A., CULLEN, MARGARET, 1813, M (see Wexford Town)

TREACY, MARY, 1814, B

TREACY, MARGARET, 1815, B (see Wexford Town)

TREACY, ANNE, 1816, B (see Wexford Town)

TREACY, HONOR, 1819, B (see Killegney)

TRACEY, MICHAEL, DOYLE, MARY, 1820, M (see Enniscorthy)

TRACY, JAMES, PARLE, MARGARET, 1822, M (See Wexford Town)

Tracey, Michael, 1823 (see Enniscorthy)

TRACY, JOHN, 1825, B

TRACY, PATRICK, MURPHY, MARY, 1826, M (see Wexford Town)

TRACY, JOHN, MC GRATH, MARGARET, 1830, M

Edward Doyle m. Mary Treacy 5/10/1830 Davidstown Parish (Wit: Jas Farrell & ?)

TREACY, JAMES, FOLEY, BRIDGET, 1831, M (see Ballycullane)

TREACY, JAMES, RONAN, CATHERINE, 1831, M (see Enniscorthy)

TREACY, WILLIAM, CULLEN, MARGARET, 1831, M (see Enniscorthy)

TREASSY, ANNE, 1831, B

TRACY, MARY, 1832, B (see Enniscorthy)

TREACY, MARTIN, NEIL, MARGARET, 1833, M (see Enniscorthy)

MAHON, WILLIAM, TREACY, MARY, M, 12/11/1833 Davidstown Parish (Wit Edward Keogh, James Treacy & Bridget Keogh)

MURPHY, ROBERT, TREACEY, MARY, 1834, M (see Wexford Town)

TRACY, THOMAS, 1835 (see Enniscorthy)

TRACY, LAURENCE, 1835, B (see Rosslare) (1871 England Census?)

TRACY, ANASTATIA, 1836, B (See Rosslare)

TRACEY, ANASTASIA, 1836, [1837]  B (see Suttons]

O'DONNEL, THOMAS, TREACY, ESTHER, 1837, M (see New Ross)

TREACY, LAURENCE, FARREL, ELIZABETH, 1837, M (see Ballycullane)

TRACEY, JAMES, RYAN, JUDITH, 1837, M (see Suttons)

COONEY, JOHN, TRACEY, MARY, 1838, M

TRACEY, JAMES, 1838, B (see Adamstown)

TREACY, ROBERT, 1838, B (see Enniscorthy)

TRACEY, MARY, 1838, B

TRACEY, MARIA, 1838, B (see Suttons)

TREACY, WILLIAM, DALY, CATHERINE, 1839, M (see Wexford Town)

TRACEY, JOAN, 1839, B (see Suttons)

TREACY, JAMES, 1839, B (See Rosslare)

TRACEY, PATRICK, 1839, B (see Wexford Town)

TRACY, PATRICK, CONNOR, ELEANOR, 1840, M (see Suttons)

TREASEY, THOMAS, 1840, B (see Suttons)

TRACEY, JOHN, HOGAN, MARY, 1841, M

TRACEY, RICHARD, 1841, B (see Enniscorthy)

TRACEY, THOMAS, 1841, B (see Enniscorthy)

TRACEY, MARY, 1841, B (see Enniscorthy) (see Wexford Town)

TRACY, CATHERINE, 1842, B (See Rosslare)

TRACEY, ANNE, 1842, B (See Ferns)

TRACY, ANNE, 1842, B

TREACY, CATHERINE, 1842, B (see Rathangan)

TRACY, MARY, 1843, B

TRACY, ANNE , 1843, B

TRACY, JAMES, 1843, B (see Wexford Town)

RYAN, PATRICK, TREACY, ELLEN, 1844, M (see Suttons)

TRACEY, MARY, 1844, B (see Wexford town)

TRACY, MATTHEW, 1844, B (see New Ross)

TRACEY, PETER, 1844, B

TRACY, THOMAS, 1844, B (See Ferns)

TRACEY, JAMES, 1844, B (see Ballycullane)

TREACY, JOHANNA, 1845, B (see Wexford Town) (see Suttons)

TREACY, JOHN, 1845, B

TREASY, CHAROTTE, 1845, B

TRACY, ANNE, 1845, B (see Wexford Town)

TRACEY, JOANNNA, 1845, B  (see Wexford Town)

WHELAN, THOMAS, TRACY, MARY, 1846, M (see Wexford Town)

KEENAN, JOHN, TRACEY, ANNE, 1846, M (see Wexford Town)

TRACY, ANDREW, 1846, B (see New Ross)

TREACY, PATRICK, 1846, B (see Rosslare)

BRIEN, PATRICK, TRACEY, CATHERINE, 1847, M

TREACY, MICHAEL, 1847, B (see Enniscorthy)

TRACEY, JOANNA, 1847, B (See Ferns)

TRACEY, MARY ANNE, 1847, B (see Wexford Town)

TREACY, PATRICK, CADOGAN, ANASTASIA, 1848, M (see Ballycullane)

TREACY, MARY ANNE, 1848, B (see Suttons)

TRIAEY, MATTHEW, BENNETT, MARY, 1849, M (see Rosslare 1850)

TRACEY, JAMES, 1849, B

TREACY, BRIDGET, 1849, B (see New Ross)

TRACY, MICHAEL, DUFFIN, SARAH, 1850, M

TRACY, JOHN, DUNNE, ELIZABETH, 1850, M  (see St. James and Templetown)

TRACY, MICHAEL, 1850, B (see Enniscorthy) & (See Ferns)

TREACY, MATTHEW, 1850, B (see Rosslare)

TREACY, MATHEW, 1850, B

TREACY, PATRICK, 1851, B (see Suttons)

TRACEY, ROBERT, 1851, B (New Clongeen)

TRACY, ANNE, 1851, B

TRACY, CATHERINE, 1851, B (see New Ross)

TRACY, JOHN, 1852, B (see New Ross)

TREACY, MARYANE, 1852, B (see Ballymore)

TOBIN, THOMAS, TRACY, MARGARET, 1853, M (see Wexford Town)

TRACY, JAMES, 1853, B (see New Ross)

TRACEY, LAURENCE, 1853, B (see Clongeen)

TRACY, MARY, 1853, B (see Ferns)

TRACEY, JOHANNA, 1853, B

TREACY, JOHANNA, 1853, B

TRACEY, PATRICK, 1854, B  (see Clongeen ? very faint)

CONDON, JAMES, TRACY, CATHERINE, 1855, M (see Wexford Town)

TREACY, MICHAEL, MOLLOY, MARY, 1855, M (See Rosslare)

TREACY, ANTY, 1855, B

TRACY, ALICE, 1855, B (Alicia see Rosslare)

TRACY, MARY, 1856, B

Martin Kinny  m. Eliza Treacy 12//1857 Davidstown Parish (Wit: Philip Kenny, Patt Foley & Matr Murphy)

James Brien m. Anastatia Treacy 8/2/1858, Rathangan Parish (Wit: Brien Michael, Ellen Roche)

TRACY, MARY, 1858, B

TRACY, JOHN, 1858, B

TRACEY, CATHERINE, 1859, B

TRACEY, JAMES, HANLIN, CATHERINE, 1861, M (see Rosslare)

TRACEY, LAURIENCE, MC'GEE, MARY, 1861, M (See New Ross)

TRACEY, ELIZABETH, 1861, B (see New Ross?)

TRACEY, STEPHEN, 1861, B (See Rosslare & 1881 British Census)

TRACY, CATHERINE, 1861, B

TRACEY, MATTHEW, 1862, B

TRACY, BRIDGET, 1863, B (see New Ross)

TRECY, WILLIAM, DELANY, CATHARINE, 1864, M (Anne? Delaney, see New Ross)

TRACY, THOMAS, FARDY, ELIZABETH, 1864, M (see New Ross)

TRASEY, JOHN, 1864, B

TRACY, CATHERINE, 1865, B (See New Ross)

TRACEY, JOHANNA, 1866, B (see Ferns)

TRACEY, THOMAS, BOLGER, JOANNA, 1867, M (see Wexford)

TRACEY, JOHN, COGLEY, MARY, 1867, M (see Wexford)

TREACY, JAMES, 1867, B (See New Ross)

STAFFORD, JOHN, TRACY, MARY, 1868, M (see Wexford)

TRACEY, MATTHEW &. WALSH MARGARET, 1869, M (see Rosslare)

Peter Lords M. Mary Treacy 16/8/1869 or 14/2/1870 Davidstown Parish (Wit: Thomas Stafford & Mart Morrisy)

TRACY, UNKNOWN, 1869, B (see Tagoat)

LOCKS, PETER, TREACY, MARY, 1870, M (Lords? See above)

TRACY, JAMES, HANLON, MARY, 1870, M (see New Ross)

TRACEY, JOHN, FOLEY, MARIA, 1871, M (see New Ross Census 1901?)

CONNORS, WILLIAM, TRACY, MARY, 1872, M (See New Ross)

Michael Foley m. Catherine Treacy 29/4/1872 Davidstown Parish (Wit: James Murphy & Ann Treacy)

TRACY, WILLIAM, 1872, B (See Rosslare)

TREACY, BRIDGET, 1872, B

TREACY, BRIDGET, 1873, B (See New Ross)

Thomas O’Brien m. Alice Tracy 3/5/1873 Davidstown Parish (Wit: Edward Leary? & Maria Byrne)

Martin Murphy m. Johanna Treacy 26/5/1873 Davidstown Parish (Wit: John Divies & Margaret Treacy)

TRACEY, THOMAS, MADDEN, ANNE, 1874, M (see Wexford)

TRACY, MARGARET, 1874, B (see Rosslare)

William Furlong to Anne Tracey 22/8/1875, M (NEW see Ferns)

TRACY, ELLEN, 1875, B (See New Ross)

TRACY, JAMES, 1876, B (See New Ross)

TREACY, ANASTATIA, 1876, B (see Rosslare)

CARTY, JOHN, TRACEY, MARIA, 1877, M

Luke Byrne m. Bridget Tracey 23/6/1878 Davidstown Parish (Wit: Thomas Larkin & Bridget Dunne)

TREACY, ELLEN, 1878, B (See Rosslare)

TRACEY, CATHERINE, 1878, B (See New Ross and Clongeen two entries)

TRACEY, WILLIAM, 1880, B (see Clongeen)

TREACY, ELIZABETH, 1880, B (see Rosslare)

TRACY, MATTHEW, FARRELL, MARGARET, 1881, M (see Enniscorthy)

TRACY, ANNA, 1882, B (see Enniscorthy)

TRACY, MICHAEL JOSEPH, 1883, B (see Enniscorthy)

TREACY, ALICE, 1883, B

TREACY, CATHERINE, 1884, B (See New Ross)

TRACEY, PATRICK, WALSH, MARY, 1885, M (See Rosslare)

TRACEY, ETHEL MARY, 1885, B

TREACY, CATHARINE, 1885, B

TRACEY, ELIZABETH ANNE, 1887, B

TRACEY, ROBERT, EVOY, BRIDGET, 1888, M (see New Ross Census 1901?)

TREACY, MATTHEW, 1888, B (see Enniscorthy, born 1885)

TRACY, ANASTATIA, 1888, B

TRACEY, MICHAEL, 1888, B

TRACEY, PATRICK, 1890, B (see New Ross)

TRACY, MARY, 1891, B

TRACEY, TIMOTHY, 1891, B

TRACY, JOHN, 1892, B (see Enniscorthy, born 1889)

CONNOR, WILLIAM, TRACY, MARGARET, 1893, M

TRACEY, WILLIAM, BYRNE, MARY, 1898, M

TREACY, JOHN, FURLONG, MARGARET, 1898, M

TRACEY, GEORGE, 1899, B

*Source : B = Baptism/Birth   M = Marriage

 

1790-1924 Irish Prison Registers

New Ross, Wexford

Andrew, Tracey, Prisoner, 12-Feb-1895, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

Andrew, Treacey, Prisoner, 17-Oct-1890, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

Andrew, Treacey, Prisoner, 19-May-1883, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

Bridgt, Tracy, Prisoner, 19-Jan-1854, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

Catherine, Tracy, Prisoner, 28-Mar-1856, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

James, Tracy, Prisoner, 03-Nov-1854, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

James, Tracy, Prisoner, 05-Apr-1856, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

James, Tracy, Prisoner, 17-Apr-1850, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

James, Tracy, Prisoner, 19-Jan-1854, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

James, Tracy, Prisoner, 20-Mar-1856, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

James, Treacy, Prisoner, 14-Nov-1862, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

John, Tracey, Prisoner, 31-Jul-1848, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

John, Tracy, Prisoner, 08-Dec-1857, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

Kitty, Treacey, Prisoner, 02-Oct-1848, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

Mary, Tracey, Prisoner, 25-Jul-1879, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

Mary, Tracey, Victim, 01-Aug-1890, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

Mary, Tracy, Prisoner, 28-Mar-1856, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

Mary, Treacey, Prisoner, 06-Nov-1885, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

Mary, Treacey, Prisoner, 21-Oct-1879, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

Patrick, Tracey, Prisoner, 20-May-1849, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

Patrick, Tracey, Prisoner, 25-Jan-1849, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

Stephen, Tracy, Prisoner, 19-Jan-1854, New Ross (Bridewell), Wexford

Wexford, Wexford

Andrew, Treacey, Prisoner, 1881, Wexford, Wexford

Andrew, Treacey, Prisoner, 24-Oct-1890, b. 1871, Wexford, Wexford

Andrew, Treacey, Prisoner, 26-May-1883, b. 1869, Wexford, Wexford

Anne, Tracey Alias Kelly, Prisoner, 31-Jul-1886, b. 1829, Wexford, Wexford

Cathe, Tracy, Prisoner, 04-Apr-1855, b. 1838, Wexford, Wexford

Ellen, Tracey, Prisoner, 06-Feb-1858, b. 1818, Wexford, Wexford

James, Tracey, Prisoner, 1899, b. 1870, Wexford, Wexford

James, Tracey, Prisoner, 1900, b. 1877, Wexford, Wexford

James, Tracey, Prisoner, 21-Jan-1899, b. 1870, Wexford, Wexford

James, Tracey, Prisoner, 21-Sep-1900, b. 1877, Wexford, Wexford

James, Tracy, Prisoner, 06-Nov-1854, b. 1837, Wexford, Wexford

James, Tracy, Prisoner, 25-Mar-1856, b. 1839, Wexford, Wexford

James, Treacy, Prisoner, 17-Aug-1903, b. 1877, Wexford, Wexford

James, Treacy, Prisoner, 1900, b. 1870, Wexford, Wexford

James, Treacy, Prisoner, 1902, b. 1877, Wexford, Wexford

James, Treacy, Prisoner, 1903, b. 1877, Wexford, Wexford

James, Treacy, Prisoner, 22-Aug-1902, b. 1877, Wexford, Wexford

James, Treacy, Prisoner, 22-Mar-1860, b. 1840, Wexford, Wexford

James, Treacy, Prisoner, 22-Mar-1900, b. 1870, Wexford, Wexford

John, Tracey, Prisoner, 10-Dec-1857, b. 1836, Wexford, Wexford

John, Tracey, Prisoner, 15-Oct-1894, b. 1864, Wexford, Wexford

John, Tracey, Prisoner, 1894, b. 1864, Wexford, Wexford

John, Tracey, Prisoner, 21-Aug-1890, b. 1861, Wexford, Wexford

John, Treacey, Prisoner, 11-May-1882, b. 1857, Wexford, Wexford

John, Treacey, Prisoner, 1881, Wexford, Wexford

John, Treacey, Prisoner, 1881, Wexford, Wexford

John, Treacey, Prisoner, 26-Nov-1881, b. 1859, Wexford, Wexford

John, Treacey, Prisoner, 29-Oct-1891, b. 1861, Wexford, Wexford

John, Treacey, Prisoner, 31-Dec-1890, b. 1861, Wexford, Wexford

John, Treacy Maher, Prisoner, 02-Sep-1880, b. 1833, Wexford, Wexford

John, Treacy Meaher, Prisoner, 07-Aug-1880, b. 1833, Wexford, Wexford

John, Treacy, Prisoner, 03-Jan-1895, b. 1865, Wexford, Wexford

John, Treacy, Prisoner, 15-Oct-1884, b. 1859, Wexford, Wexford

John, Treacy, Prisoner, 1879, Wexford, Wexford

John, Treacy, Prisoner, 18-Nov-1886, b. 1859, Wexford, Wexford <