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

 

Similar to the Traceys of Louth, the Traceys of Wicklow are mainly located in the seaport of the county, Arklow, which was in the territory of the Uí Eineachghlais, a sister tribe of the Uí Bairrche.

 

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The townland of Cooldross (cúil a’ dreasa) in the civil parish of Newcastle-Lower may be named after the Traceys.

(1570 Cooletrasse FI. 1609 Cooledrass: 1619 Cooldrasse CI. 1613 Cooldrasse : 1619 Cowledrasse CPR. 1641 Cooledrosse GC. c. 1660 Cooledrasse BS. 1668 Cooledrasse HMR. 1760 Cooldross N.) - Price

 

Elizabeth I

1564 3rd August

Pardon to Luke O Toole of Castlekevin...Tiege O’Trasse, kern, servant (Wicklow)

1566 16th August

Pardon to Luke or Fiaghe O'Tole, son of Art O'Tole, of Castlekevin…Thady O’Trasse…Kern (Wicklow)

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

 

Pat. 11 James I.

IV...Wicklow Co. In Newcastle Bar. Half of the town and lands of Ballinorhan, with its hamlets, and half of Cooldrasse...

 

1669 Hearth Money Rolls Co. Wicklow

Avoca?

Mr. Tracy, Castle McAdam

Joe Tracy, Rockslowne

Arklow

John Tracy, Chappel
Tady Tracy, Ballynesken

 

Society of Friends (Quaker) Congregational Records

1712 Patrick Tracy Wicklow

Thomas Pitts had taken from him for Tithe by Walter Doyle, Patrick Shulle & Patrick Tracy ttithtakers under the affored John Archer tithmonger as afforesd [Ralph Rule priest [Delgany?]]

 

Society of Friends (Quaker) Congregational Records

1722 Morgan Tracy, Wicklow

Ambrose Judd & James Evans had taken from them for tythe by Edward Doyle & Morgan Tracy tythtakers under Jno Revels & Jno Kaughe by thmonors under Charles Whithingham arch deacon in the parish of Ennisboyne [Dunganstown]...William Evans [same]

 

26 Oct 1722 Memorial No: 21492

Named: Dennis Treacy of Dunlavan, Wicklow [tenant? of Stephen Wilcorks, merchant, of Dunlavan, Wicklow]

 

29 Jun 1749 Date registered 17th August 1769 Memorial No: 177125

A leased house and 44 acres in Ballybritain alias ballynemescdock, Co Wicklow in 1749, for 21 years, renewable for 3 years

from Thomas Keoghoe of Ballinclare, Co Wicklow, gent

to Nicholas Woodcock of Ballybrittain, Co Wicklow, farmer (deceased in 1769).

His sister, Margaret Tracy nee Woodcock signed the memorial;

witnesses:

John Keoghoe of Ballinclare, Co Wicklow, gent

Talbot Askenhurst of Wicklow town, gent

Daniel Browne of St Patrick's Little Close, Dublin, gent

 

Society of Friends (Quaker) Congregational Records

1762 William Treacy & Patrick Treacy Wicklow

John Thomas of Ashtown had taken from him for tyth by William Landers...Jno Wall priest of ye parish of Wicklow...by William Treacy and Patick Treacy servants to said p.s.s?

1765 Andrew Tracey Wicklow

John Thomas had taken from him for tythe by Michael Bryan and Andrew Tracey servant to John Wall priest of the parish of Wicklow

1765 Andrew Treacey Wicklow

John Thomas had takem from him for tyth by Mickel Bryan Andrew Treacey servants to John Wall pst of the parish of Wicklow...

1767 William Treacy, servant, wicklow

John Thomas of Ashtown had taken from him for tyth by Michael Bryan and William Treacy servants to John Wall priest of the parish of Wicklow...

 

British War Office

James Tracey b. 1734 Wicklow 6th Dragoons 1755-6th Aug 1762 labourer accidentally wounded WO120/3

James Tracey, born Wichlow, 6th Regiment of Dragoons, residence 6 Aug 1762

Sixth Regm of Dragoons

James Tracey, 28 years, served 7 years, wounded accidentally, born Wicklow, a labourer, admission 6th Aug 1762

 

13/1/1765 Will [Robert Adair?]

Rev. Philip Tracy, City of Dublin, 10 Dec 1765 , Thomas Burroughs, Esq, City of Dublin  paid to Philip Tracy with consent of Robert Tyghe (Tighe) Mitchelstown [ Parish Castletowndelvin ] co Westmeath

Forster Adair, son of Robert Adair (deceased. will annexed to deed), Hollybrook House, [ Parish Kilmacanoge ] co Wicklow

John Nugent, Esq. eld son & heir of James Nugent dec'd, Clonloss or Clonlost, [ Parish Rathconnell ], co Westmeath

for lands in co. Westmeath : Clonlost alias Newbridge, Crosserdree, Clondalever, Fennor, Balrath, Ballycorr & [ Druminroenan adjoining Druminroe ? ] all in Parish Rathconnell, barony Moycashel & Magheradernon. Also Johnstown & Killadoughran, Parish Castletowndelvin, Barony Delvin. Also Ballycahillroe & Agharanny, Parish Kilcleagh, Barony Clonlonan. 1 house in Trim, co Meath.

13/6/1766 Lease

Rev Phillip Tracy, 16 Aug 1766, House south-side Church St, Dublin, John Rice, Weaver, Church St, Dublin, Jane Yarner, occupier, deceased, Dublin

 

[see 1766 Religious Census for a list of parishes searched and links]

1766 Religious Census

Tracy, papist, 3 people, Dungans Town, Co. Wicklow.

GO Ms. 536-7 National Library of Ireland

John Treasey J, Papist families in Mullinacuffe. No. 106.

Gurrin, Brian F. (2006) Three Eighteenth-Century Surveys of County Wicklow. Analecta Hibernica, No. 39 (2006), pp. 79, 81-134

 

6 November 1770 Freemans Journal

To the Committee for conducting the Free-Press

Dearest Brethren,

As the Freedom and Liberty of the Press, is no small Part of the Happiness of the Subject, and that through the Channel of  your Paper, Facts can be related without Distinction of Persons; I take the Liberty of requesting you to insert in your next Paper the following Case, which you may rely on being a Fact, having seen it on Record in the Court of Exchequer.

Not 100 Miles from the upper End of Great Britain-street, lives a young Reverend Parson, from Size, and surprizing abilitiees well qualified for a Mitre, and from his Marraige to the Niece of a Right Reverend, not without Hopes of one. This Gentleman's Father, A Resident, near Arklow, in the County of Wicklow, where he had a small Estate and some Leasehold Interests, in or about the Year 1745, set about 70 Acres, Part of his Leaseholds, to one Garret Tracy, at a Rent of about 11s. an Acre, which Lease and Premises this Tenant has since held, and more frequently for that Time paid the Rent before than after it was due, as appears by the Receipts. This young Parson on the Death of his Father, as only Child, became seized of his whole Possessions, and in the Year 1769 applied to said Tracy, to surrender his old Lease, so made by his Father, and take a new one from him, at a rent of about 18s. an Acre, which said Tracy agreed to, and this young Parson having declared the greatest Regard for his and his Father's good old Tenant, who not only paid him before Hand, but was ready on all Occasions to join him in Security, told this poor simple honest Man that to save him Expence, he would draw the Leases; accordingly printed Leases were filled up and executed by said Parties, but the old ones, through the Design of his Reverence not cancelled or surrendered. His Reverence then alledging, as is likely was the case, that he was in Want of Money, applied to his Tenant to advance him a Year's Rent, and he not having it in his Power to comply with his Request, his Reverence, in Hillary Term last, caused a Bill of Discovery to be filed against this old Tenant, on the aforesaid Transactions, and is proceeding thereon, to dispossess him of his Farm.

Quere, was it upon such Principles, the Acts against the Growth of Popery were founded?

As I am not acquainted with any of the Parties, if his Reverence will Please to quiet his honest Tenant, in the Possession of his Farm, and be for the future more careful of his Conduct, it is all that intended by,

Gentlemen,

Your Well-wisher,

John Telltruth

[This may refer to Kilgorman, Co. Wexford]

 

1788-1791 Premiums paid for Corn, Malt and Flour brought from Wicklow to Dublin City

25 Dec 1788 - 24 June 1789

3 Jan 1789, sold 6 Jan, paid 7 Jan to Wm Graham, Mar. Treacy owner, Step Healy carrier, Thos Acton Justice, from Balneron [Ballynerrin Drumkay], corn, 144 stones, 24 miles, £0.10.9

31 Jan 1789, sold 3 Feb, paid 4 Feb to Jno Tyrrell, Sam. Hall owner, Lau. Treacy carrier, W. Fairbrother Juustice, from Ballykillavane [Glenealy], corn, 448 stones, 24 miles, £1.13.6

7 Feb 1789, sold 10 Feb, paid 11 Feb to Jon Tyrrell, Tim. Treacy owner, Jno Redmond carrier, T. G. Knox Justice, from Blanabano, oats, 210 stones, 35 miles, £0.15.3

24 June - 25 Dec 1791

20 Aug 1791, sold 24 Aug, paid 27 Aug to Jno Tyrrell, Tim. Treacy owner, Tim. Treacy carrier, T. G. Knox Justice, from Ballynacrogue. wheat, 80 stones, 36 miles, £0.6.0

7 Nov 1791, sold 9 Nov, paid 12 Nov to Jno Potter, Jno Byrne owner, Lau. Tracy carrier, Nic' Morrisson Justice, from Ballymergin [Ballymerrigan Glenealy], corn, 384 stones, 32 miles, £1.6.4

Dun Laoghaire Genealogical Society

 

Wicklow United Irishmen 1797 - 1804

Garret Tracey of Castlemacadam

George Tracey of Ballymurtagh

Thomas Tracey

William Tracey of Ballymurtagh

 

1798 United Irishmen

Hugh Woolaghan, a mason employed at Ballymurtagh was sworn in Arklow town on 1/10/1797 by George and William Tracey who were both privates in the mines yeomanry.

The rebellion in Wicklow 1798. Irish Academic Press, Dublin. P.65

 

Rebellion Paper (National Archives)

2/1/1797? P.848

Nugent J. about the brothers Tracy (1/2 p)

26/5/1797 p.369

Maurice Tracy (Carlow) to Mr. Pelham that two men came every Sunday and read Republican newspapers to the people and that they intended next Sunday to go to Baltinglass; he prays that Mr. Pelham will put a stop to such proceedings.

9/2/1798 p.577

Winder, John (Mount Pleasant) to Mr. Cooke with information as to the Tracys who are implicated in the murder of McCormick the soldier at Blessington.

 

2. Page 357 # 123 Woolaghan, 2 January 1798, NA, State Of the Country Papers, 1017/62.

One of the Traceys met William Kavanagh, Byrne and Martin Doyle at the home of one Hyland in Ballynapark around this time.

28 March 1799, National Archives, 620/17/30/64

 

British War Office

William Tracey Sgt b. 1773 Rathdrum, Wicklow. Kildare Militia 1799 -1816 Miner WO119 Hurt on Revenue Service WO118/8

Discharged being Rheumatic and having an injury of the spine from a suich? received on revenue duty at Edwardstown

Served: 11 years as serjeant, 4y358d as Corporal, 1y338d as private. Total 17 years 331 days

Description: 5’9.5”. 43 years, Miner, b. Rathdrum Wicklow.

Discharged at Naas, 12th March 1816.

 

1805 Lawrence Tracey aged 24 born in Bray, Dublin, Ireland.

Ship: HMS Britannia [With Admiral Nelson]

Rank/Rating: Landsman [ie less than a year at sea]

 

1804

They were headquartered in Wicklow Town and were responsible for patrolling from Arklow to Dublin. Burdett was the senior officer with Commander Jaohn James, and Lieutenants Henry Clarke, Clement Richardson and Francis Tracey under his command. 28 May 1804, PRO, HO 100/120/309.

O'Donnell, Ruan (2000) Aftermath: Post-Rebellion Insurgency in Wicklow, 1799-1803. Irish Academic Press, 2000

 

British War Office

John Tracey b. c.1795 Arklow, Wicklow 11th Foot labourer 2 yrs service aged 20 WO116/20

 

27 August 1806 (F)

Bridget Tracy, knows the prisoner these two years; lives at Castle Cavan, in the county of Wicklow, remembers Saturday the 26th of July; on that day the fair of Roundwood was held; as she was gong to the fair, met the prisoner about the hour of 12 o'Clock; they shook hands; prisoner wore a red waistcoat; cannot recollect any other article of apprel; prisoner begged witness pardon for leaving the country without payiing her, but said if he had not the money he had the value, on which he produced a watch, and offered it to witness as a pledge for the debt...Alexander Tracy, is husband to the preceding witness, corrobates the principal part of her testimony, and proves that he took the watch his wife put into the drawer, and delivered it to Lieut. Weekes...Bray to Roundwood...

 

British War Office

John Tracey b. Kedross [Redcross], Wicklow deserted from 6th Garrison Btn as a boy 22nd Feb 1814. Labourer WO25/2700

 

Name

Age

Reb

Ship

Tried

Trial Place

Term

DOB

Native Place

Crime

Marital Status

Trade or Calling

Remarks

Died

Death Place

William Tracy

22

WB

Lady Macnaghten/McNaughton (1835)

1834

Kildare Co

Life

1813

Wicklow Co

Firearms

Single

Shoemaker

 

 

 

Convict Muster -Tracey/Treacy
1. William Tracey (s. of Luke Treacy) was born 1814 in County Wicklow, Ireland Arr. 'Lady McNaughton' 26.10.1835, and died 28 January 1888 in Deep Creek, Peelwood. He met (1) MARY GRANT, daughter of JAMES GRANT and ANN ROBERTSON. She was born Abt. 1790 in Isle of skye, Scotland Arr. ‘William Nichol' from Isle of Skye Scotland as a emigrant, and died 11 January 1883 in Monks Gully. He married (2) ELIZA ANN MILLS 06 May 1851 in Ss Peter and Pauls RC Rg. Goulburn, daughter of JOHN MILLS and MARY GRAY. She was born 10 April 1833 in County Tipperary, Ireland Arr 'Glenswilly' 11.3.18411, and died 18 April 1920 in Deep Creek, Peelwood (87).
William Tracey:
William Treacy received a life sentence for being in possession of a firearm, tried at County Kildare, Ireland 12 July 1834, (he was a White-boy) he was transported from Dublin aboard the "Lady McNaughton". He went into service of Sir Thomas Livingstone Mitchell, the Surveyor- General he was sent to 'Clifton' at Picton. William was put in charge of droving stock for Mitchell from Sydney area through Bathurst to Big Meadow. Thomas Mitchell's also owned a large estate in Laggan district, which stretched from Laggan to Limerick and the 'Big Meadow'. He sent William to manage "Big Meadow" until the c1840's.
While he was working at "Clifton" he met Mr. and Mrs. Lachlan Morrison who had were also working on the property with their children, the Morrison's had came out on the 'Willian Nichol' from Isle of Skye during the highland clearances. Lachlan died 7 April 1840 and on 9 September 1841 a son, James Tracey, was born to William Tracey and Mary Morrison, nee Grant, the widow of L Morrison (vide Baptism certificate of James Tracey, Campbelltown Shire. There is no evidence of any marriage between Mary.
Cheers Rhonda Brownlow < brownlowr@optusnet.com.au> 19 Jun 2004

William Treacy (b. 1814 Wicklow, Ireland d. d. 1888 Deep Creek Fullerton, NSW)

1st Mary Grant (b. 1815 d. 1883)

2nd m. Eliza Ann Mills (b. 1831 Tipperary, Ireland d. 1920 Laggon, NSW) 1851 kangoola, Crookwell, NSW

William Treacy (b.  30 Jul 1855 Deep Creek, Limerick, NSW d. 12 Nov 1947 Deep Creek, Limerick, NSW) m. Catherine HEARN (d. 16 Sep 1947) 08 Mar 1886 Crookwell, NSW

Cirrelia Rose `Cecelia` Treacy b.  1886 Carcoar, NSW...

Ernest William Treacy b.  1888 Carcoar, NSW...

Agatha Kathleen `AG` Treacy b.  1892 `Deep Creek`, Limerick, NSW...

Phillip Joseph Ambrose Treacy b.  1894...

Cecily Grace ` Dolly` Treacy b.  1897...

Stanley Sylvester Treacy b.  18 Jun 1899 Deep Creek, Limerick, NSW...

http://www.tribalpages.com/family-tree/howardfamilyclantree/63/7428/William-TREACY-Family

Eliza Ann Mills:

Eliza came with her parents, who were assisted passengers aboard the "Glenswilly" which arrived 11 March 1841. Her father John Mills gave his occupation as a farmer, from Barnanely Ikeerin County Tipperary, Ireland he arrived with his wife and four children.

The witnesses at Marriage: Patrick & Bridget Connor

Eliza and William Treacy reared a very large family of which four sons died of Scarlet Fever. William was bedridden for several years before his death and Eliza suffered a hip operation at 70-years which left her with a permanent limp.

When John Mills who came to NSW on the ship "Glenswilly" as bounty immigrants bringing with him his wife and four children, he came to the district and took over the holding from William. William Treacy then moved to Deep Creek at Limerick and married Eliza Mills, a daughter of John Mills. William Treacy took up three, thirty acre blocks of land, which is still held by some of the Treacy family today.

William Treacy

Convict Records

Age 22 years, education reads and writes, Religion Roman Catholic. Single status, Native place County Wicklow, trade shoemaker - good. He was tried at County Kildare 12 July 1834 and sentence to life, he had no former convictions, and his height was 5 ' 4 1/2". His complexion was dark with brown hair, grey eyes and he had a small, mole on the side of his neck. His ticket of leave was granted 1843 number 2959 and he received his conditional pardon 1853 number 132. Four of Williams’s country man were also sentence at the same sittings, and sent on the "Lady McNaughton" On arrival William Tracy was aged 22 years, so his birth is about c1812.

WILLIAM TRACEY:

Burial: 30 Jan 1888, Laggan

Occupation: Shoemaker

Children of ELIZA MILLS and WILLIAM TRACEY are:

i. MALE4 TREACY1.

18. ii. LUKE TREACY, b. 05 Jul 1851, Deep Creek, Limerick; d. 10 Oct 1927, Thalaba NSW.

iii. JOHN TREACY, b. 29 Jun 1853, Cooks Vale Creek; d. 01 Oct 1872, Rg. 3702 Carcoar. Burial: 03 Oct 1872, Laggan Cemetery

19. iv. WILLIAM TREACY, b. 30 Jul 1855, Deep Creek, Limerick; d. 12 Nov 1947, Deep Creek, Limerick.

20. v. MARY ANNE TREACY, b. 08 Oct 1857, Deep Creek, Limerick; d. 1943, Randwick Rg 23635.

21. vi. THOMAS TREACY, b. 24 Oct 1859, Deep Creek, Limerick; d. 27 May 1936, Crookwell NSW District Hospital.

vii. PHILLIP TREACY1, b. 23 Dec 1861, Deep Creek NSW1; d. 26 Oct 1884, Deep Creek, Peelwood1.

PHILLIP TREACY:

Phillip died from a very virulent strain of Malignant Scarlet Fever. One of the sons of this Tuena Road, Peelwood family, returned home from sheep droving, and the following day was down with this fever. Six other members of this family contracted this disease. Luke the elder brother, returned home to help his mother, as the father had been bed-ridden for some time. Three other members died from this disease, including Isaac and Henry, two very young boys.

22. viii. ELIZA JANE TREACY, b. 09 Jul 1864, Limerick; d. 06 Nov 1951, " Pine Hill " Bigga. [m. William Daniel Pagett 1901]

23. ix. CATHERINE TREACY, b. 13 Mar 1866, Deep Creek, Limerick Rg Carcoar; d. 24 Mar 1947, 'Winterdyne' Binda.

24. x. SARAH AGNES TREACY, b. 17 Apr 1868, Carcoar Rg 8125; d. 05 Jan 1953, Wheeo .

25. xi. ELLEN TREACY, b. 14 Oct 1870, Deep Creek, Rg Carcoar; d. 18 Aug 1907, Laggan NSW.

26. xii. JOHN PATRICK TREACY, b. 16 Mar 1873, Deep Creek, Peelwood; d. 14 May 1932, Crookwell NSW.

xiii. ISAAC TREACY1, b. 21 Apr 1875, CarcoarNSW2; d. 23 Oct 1884, CarcoarNSW3. Isaac died from Scarlet Fever.

xiv. HENRY TREACY3, b. 1879, Middle Creek, Peelwood3; d. 22 Oct 1884, CarcoarNSW3.

Descendants of John Mills by Rhonda Brownlow and Monica Jones brownlowr@dodo.com.au 15th Sep 2013

 

Catherine Pagett (born Treacy), 1866 - 1947

Catherine Pagett (born Treacy) was born on month day 1866, at birth place, to William Treacy and Eliza Ann Treacy (born Mills).

William was born in 1813, in Co. Wicklow, Ireland.

Eliza was born on April 10 1833, in Co. Tipperary Ireland.

Catherine was baptized on month day 1866, at baptism place.

She had 12 siblings: Sarah Agnes Loughnan (born Treacy), Ellen Lynam (born Treacy) and 10 other siblings.

Catherine married James Samuel Pagett.

James was born in 1864.

They had 9 children: Ethel Maude McDonald (born Pagett), Elizabeth Jane Carruthers (born Pagett) and 7 other children.

Catherine passed away on month day 1947, at age 81 at death place.

She was buried at burial place.

https://www.myheritage.com/names/catherine_treacy

 

1816 William Tracey alias Tracy.

Born Rathdrum, Wicklow.

Served in Kildare Militia.

Discharged aged 43.

Covering date gives year of discharge.

Kilmainham Reference: A9462.

British Army Pensioners - Royal Hospital Kilmainham Ireland, 1783-1822 (WO119)

William Tracey b. 1773 Rathdrum Wicklow, Militia

 

1821 Summer assizes, Barony of Ballinacor

Undischarged Queries

16 15 8 To Peter Latouche, John and Wm. Tracy, to repair 90 perches ot road fm Bless1ington to Wicklow betw Sallygap and Anacarty bridge, On Ballinastow and Stramore 21 ft wide 14 stone at 5s6d a perch

7 4 2.5 To T Goodison, R. Maxwell and H. Burke, to rep. 41 ps. of road fm Newtown-Barry to Coolkenno, between Tracy's brook, and an oak tree on Henry Burke's ditch, on Minmore, 16 feet wide 12 stone, &c. at :3s 6d a perch

1822 Spring Assizes

2. To John Tracy and Wm. Tracy, to repair six pipes or gnllets, on road from Blessington to Wicklow, between Sallygap & Ballinvolley-gate, On Ballinastow, per Plan and Est. £2.3.10

Barony of Ballinacor

11 To And'w Price, Mr Synge T. Kehoe and J . Tracey, to repair 110 perches of road fm Roundwonti to Dublin, between Wm. Murphys gate & a Cabbin on Ballinastow, On Ballinavague and Ballinastow, 21 ft wide 14 ft wt. stone at 4sh £22.10.0

1823 Spring Assizes Half Barony of Shillelagh

20. To Tho Goodison, Ried Maxwell & H. Burke, to repair 41 perches of road from Newtown-Barry to Coolkenno, betw Wm. Tracey's brook, and an Oak tree on H. Burke's ditch, on Minmore. 16 feet wtde, 12 stone, &c. at 3s6d a perch. £7.4.2.5

1823 Lent

19 16 1 To Tho. Keogh & John Tracey to repair 71 perches of road from Roundwood to Dublin.

1824 Summer Assizes Barony of Ballinacor

19 To Peter Latouche, Dan. Heatly, John and Wm Tracey, to repair 9 perches of road from Blessington to Wicklow betw Sallygap and Anacartba bridge, on Scramore and Ballinastow, 21 ft wide, l4 stone, at 3s 6d a perch £16.15.5

1824 Summer

37 9 2 To Terence Kough and John Tracy, to repair 101 pers of road, on Asbtown, Roundwood & Togher.

1825 Spring Assizes

24 To Tho. Keogh & John Tracey to repair five gullets, on road from Roundwood to Dublin, on Mullinavague, Togher and Ashtown .. £878 10s 8d

49 To Tho. Keogh & John Tracey to repair two bridges, on road from Dublin to Roundwood, on Ashtown and Mullinavague .. £1119 7s 7.5d

Undischarged Queries

1825 Summer Assizes

7 15 6 To T. Keogh & John Tracey to repair two bridges, on Ashtown and Mullinavague

Ballinacor...1824 Summer

37 9 2 To T. Keogh & J. Tracey to repair 101 perches of road, on Ashtown, Roundwood and Togher .. £878 10s 8d

1825 Summer

19 14 8 To T. Keogh & J. Tracey to repair 62 perches of road fm Roundwood to Dublin, on Mullinavague

1826 Spring Assizes

13 To Tho. Keogh & John Tracey to build three gullets, on road from Loughdan to Newtown, between the turn to Leakpark and D. Murphy's house at Ashtown, two on Togher and one on Togher and Ashtown. £2 13s 9d

33 To John Tracey and Thomas Keough, to build 3 gullets and repair 8 broken ones, on road from Blessinton to Wicklow, between Sallygap and Ballinvolly, on Ballinatow. £2 7s 1d

Barony of Ballinacor

1 To Peter Latouche, John Tracey and Tho Keough, to repair 63 perches of road from Blessington to Wicklow below sally gap and Ballinvolly gate; on Ballinastrow , 21 feet wide, 14 stone at 4s6d a perch. £13 19s 2.25d

2 To Thomas Keogh and John Tracey to repair 62 perchas of road from Roundwood to Dublin, betw the little bridge on Mullinavague and a gravel pit on Seramorehill on Mullinavague & Sernmore, 21 feet wide,  14 stone, at 6s a per £18 5s 1d

Undischarged Queries

2 13 9 T. Keogh and J. Tracey to build three gullets, on road from Loughdan to Newtown, on Togher and Ashtown.

2 7 1 John Tracey and T. Keough, to build 3 gullets and repair 3 broken ones, on Ballinatow.

19 14 8 T. Keogh and J. Tracy to repair 62 perchas of road from Roundwood to Dublin, on Mullinavague

13 19 2.75 1 Peter Latouche, J Tracy and T Keough, to repair 63 perches of road from Blessington to Wicklow, on Ballinastrow

Barony of Ballinacor

5 To Peter Latouche, John Tracy and Tho Keough, to repair 80 perches of road from Blessington to Wicklow below Sallowgap and large stone on Ballinvolley hill, on Ballinatow, 21-14, at 3s6d per £14 5s 2d

Undischarged Queries

1 14 8 Tho. Keogh, John Tracy to build a gullet on Ashtown.

14 5 2 P Latouche, Tracy and Keough, to repair 80 ps road on Ballinatow

1828 Spring Assizes

28 Same [To John Humphrys, Abraham Manifold & John Doyle] to repair road fm Arklow to Rathdrum, between Widow Traceys and Hills gate on Coolboy £3 18s 6d

29 Same [To John Humphrys, Abraham Manifold & John Doyle] to repair road fm Arklow to Rathdrum, between P Murrays gate and Widow Traceys on Coolboy £3 18s 6d

Barony of Ballinacor

22 To T. Hugo, T Keough and John Tracy to make with broken stone 33 perches of road on Togher and Ashtown, 21-0 £7 0s 0dand Tho Keough, to repair 80 perches of road from Blessington to Wicklow below Sallowgap and large stone on Ballinvolley hill, on Ballinatow, 21-14, at 3s6d per £14 5s 2d

Barony of Newcastle

9 Same [to Tho & Ja Bryan, to repair 70 ps road fm Dublin to Wicklow between Toughs gate and Traceys on Kiladrenan, Timmore, Kiltimon? and Courtfoil, 32-24 at 2s per £7 0s 0d

1828 Summer Assizes

7 To Thos. Hugo, Thos Keough and John Tracy to lower hill and fill hollow on road from Togher to Bray, on Togher & ashtowm £14 11s 8d

1829 Spring Assizes

Ballincor By

1 To Andrew Price, Thos. Keough & John Tracey, lo repair 144 perches from Roundwood to Dublin, between Ashtown bridge aud W. Mitchell's house at Glasuamullen ; On M11llinavague, on Shranghmore, Ballinastow aod Glasnamullen, 21-14 at 3s 1d per. £29 8s 5d

2 To Fredrick Macklin, Thos. Keough & John Tracey, to repair ll7 perches road, from new bridge at Lough-Dan to Newtown-Mt.-Kennedy, between the turn to Leak Park and D. Murphy's house, at Ashtowne ; On Baltinannima, Togher and Ashtown, 18-14 at --- per. £20.0.0

 

1820s-1830s Tithe Records

Alphabetical

 By Area

 

Andrew Tracey, Laragh More [?], Derrylossary, Wicklow, 1831

 

Dennis Treacy, Upper Killmacoo, Castlemacadam, Wicklow, 1824

 

James Tracy [and Denis Keogh now Jas Wall & Patk Wall], Upper Killahurler, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

James Tracy, Courtfoyle, Killiskey, Wicklow, 1833

James Tracy, Courtfoyle, Wicklow [Killiskey], Wicklow, 1832

James Tracy, Upper Killahurler, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

James Tracy, Upper Killahurler, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

James Treasy, Upper Killahurler, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

 

John & Wm Tracy, Mullinavigue [?], Derrylossary, Wicklow, 1831

 

Lawrence Tracy [was Widow Tracy], Monaglough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

Lawrence Tracy [was Widow Tracy], Monaglough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

 

Michl Tracy, Moyne, Moyne, Wicklow, 1824

Michl Tracy, Moyne, Moyne, Wicklow, 1824

Michl Trasy, Lessoleman [Liscolman], Liscolman, Wicklow, 1830

Michl Treasy, Lessoleman [Liscolman], Liscolman, Wicklow, 1830 [twice]

Morgan Tracy, Coolboy, Kilbride (Arklow), Wicklow, 1824

Morgan Treacy, Knockinrel [Knockanode], Castlemacadam, Wicklow, 1824

 

Tracy [widow now Lawrence Tracy], Monaglough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

Tracy [widow now Lawrence Tracy], Monaglough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

Tracy [widow], Monaglough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

Tracy [widow], Monaglough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

Tracy, [& Orpen] Killadreenan, Newcastle [Newcastle Lower], Wicklow, 1837

Widow Tracy, Managlough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

 

William Tracey, Laragh More [?], Derrylossary, Wicklow, 1831

Wm Treacy, Knockinrel [Knockanode], Castlemacadam, Wicklow, 1824

 

 

Morgan Tracy, Coolboy, Kilbride (Arklow), Wicklow, 1824

 

Dennis Treacy, Upper Killmacoo, Castlemacadam, Wicklow, 1824

Morgan Treacy, Knockinrel [Knockanode], Castlemacadam, Wicklow, 1824

Wm Treacy, Knockinrel [Knockanode], Castlemacadam, Wicklow, 1824

 

Andrew Tracey, Laragh More [?], Derrylossary, Wicklow, 1831

William Tracey, Laragh More [?], Derrylossary, Wicklow, 1831

John & Wm Tracy, Mullinavigue [?], Derrylossary, Wicklow, 1831

 

James Tracy [and Denis Keogh now Jas Wall & Patk Wall], Upper Killahurler, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

James Tracy, Upper Killahurler, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

James Tracy, Upper Killahurler, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

James Treasy, Upper Killahurler, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

Lawrence Tracy [was Widow Tracy], Monaglough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

Lawrence Tracy [was Widow Tracy], Monaglough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

Tracy [widow now Lawrence Tracy], Monaglough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

Tracy [widow now Lawrence Tracy], Monaglough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

Tracy [widow], Monaglough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

Tracy [widow], Monaglough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

Widow Tracy, Managlough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

 

James Tracy, Courtfoyle, Killiskey, Wicklow, 1833

James Tracy, Courtfoyle, Wicklow [Killiskey], Wicklow, 1832

 

Michl Trasy, Lessoleman [Liscolman], Liscolman, Wicklow, 1830

Michl Treasy, Lessoleman [Liscolman], Liscolman, Wicklow, 1830 [twice]

 

Michl Tracy, Moyne, Moyne, Wicklow, 1824

Michl Tracy, Moyne, Moyne, Wicklow, 1824

 

Tracy, [& Orpen] Killadreenan, Newcastle [Newcastle Lower], Wicklow, 1837

 

 

24 Oct 1831-1 Nov 1831

Letter from Maj James Tandy, [acting inspector general of police], Milbank [Millbank] House, Naas, [County Kildare], to Lieutenant Colonel Sir William Gosset, Under Secretary, enclosing information from his confidential source outlining the extensive system adopting by local parishes of resistance and non-compliance with tithe charges; noting that Rev [Edward] Grogan, whose parish included Baltinglass [County Wicklow], is pressing his legal claim against some of the larger farmers through the courts for settlement of tithes; remarking that death threats are made against Thomas Rhenbotham, proctor to Rev [Lathum] Coddington, and against John Campbell, labourer, who tried to swear against the priest for inciting the people against tithes; referring also to resistance in the parish of Stratford on Slaney and noting the influence of Rev [Daniel] Lawlor, parish priest. Also enclosing a statement of outrages for County Kildare and the Western Division of County Wicklow for October 1831; detailing particular cases of theft, arson, passing base coin, deserting of children and plunder for arms; referring to a report of Lieut Francis Smyth Young, Chief Constable, Shillelagh [County Wicklow], drawing attention to the arrest of Mary Tracy who is ‘charged with having passed base coin’ in the village of Shillelagh.

5 items; 16pp CSO/RP/OR/1831/1320

 

1835-1857 Merchant Navy Seamen

Daniel Tracey, b. 1797 Arklow Wicklow

Danl Tracey, b. Arklow Wicklow

John Tracey, b. 1806 Arklow Wicklow

John Tracey, b. Arklow Wicklow

Richard Tracey, b. 1803 Arklow Wicklow

Richard Tracey, b. Arklow Wicklow

 

March 1836 - March 1837 Coollattin Estate Emigration

Michael Tracy, 6 persons, 7 Pound

http://www.thestewartsinireland.ie/coollattin-estate/

 

Fitzwilliam Estate to Canada

Those named in 1844 lists for America [Canada?] May also include other unnamed relatives

Michael and Denis Tracey (Location not given)

1847-55 who settled in Ontario

Alice; Thomas Tracey of Rathmeague to Toronto, ON and St. Louis, MO

 

1847-56 Fitzwilliam Tenants Listed In The Coolattin Estate Emigration

 

1847 Ballyconnell Crecrin (279 f) [beside Carlow see. Clonmore Parish]

Tracey; Thomas 38, Ann 34, James 8, Mary 5. Mother Mary 57; brother Michael 25.

Cabin from J. Dorcey.

 

1847 Rathmeagh/Rathmeague Moyne (11)

Walker: John, Mary, Mary 4, Thomas 2.

A lodger with Mr Treacy of Rathmeagh, not a resident of this estate, but wife's parents resided formerly on Mangans.

 

1851 Mullins/Mullans Kilcommon (36 f)

Kinshley: Ann 40 g) Biddy 21, Margaret 18, Mary Ann 16, James 14.

Ship: Glenlyon New Ross. April 15th Quebec. May 30th

Cabin on Tracey's farm, now ejected.

Shipping agent, William Graves of New Ross was to informed that this family was taking a chest along in which they carried their possessions. Chest/Graves in side column.

 

1851 Rathmeagh/Rathmeague Moyne (32 f)

Tracey: Michael 60, Bridget 59, Michael 30, Daniel 24, Peter 21, Pat 18, Biddy 15.

2.5 acres from Lord Fitzwilliam.

Rejected. see 1854.

1854 Rathmeagh/Rathmeague Moyne (31 f)

Tracey: Michael 65, Bridget 63, Michael 31, Daniel 27, Peter 23, Bridget 18.

Cabin and half-acre from Lord Fitzwilliam.

This family also listed in 1851.

 

1851 Rathmeagh/Rathmeague Moyne (35 f)

Tracey: John 35, Ally 35, Mary 12, Michael 10, Biddy 8, Thomas 6, Pat 3, John 1.

Cabin and 1 acre from his father Michael Tracey.

Rejected.

 

1852 Coolattin Carnew (36 f)

Keoghoe: Ellen 36, Rose Kelly 38; Rose's children Pat 15, Mary 20. Biddy Tracey 11.

Won't go. This family also listed in 1853 but not Biddy Tracey.

 

1853 Rathmeagh/Rathmeague Moyne (44 f) [Hacketstown Parish]

Tracey: Alice 34, Bridget 12, Michael 10, Thomas 8, Mary an infant.

Holding: 10 acres from Michael Tracey.

Shipping agent, William Graves of New Ross was to informed that this family was taking a chest along in which they carried their possessions. Chest/Graves in side column.

Ship: Dunbrody New Ross.

 

1854 Rathmeagh/Moyne

Tracey: Michael 65; Bridget 63; Michael 31; Daniel 27; Peter 23; Bridget 18.

Holdings: Cabin and half-acre from Lord Fitzwilliam.

Notes: This family also listed in 1851.

 

1843 Shillelagh Estate

 

Michael Tracey, Liscolman, 20 Acres Irish/46 Acres English

 

1846 Shillelagh Estate [image]

 

Michael Tracey, Liscolman 28a3r14p Irish/45a2r33p English (7 holdings)

Mic Tracey, Liscolman 3a1r33p Irish/5a2r15p English, Chief Tenant Laurence Cummins

 

1845-1860 Ejectment (Eviction) Books

 

1851 Lascoleman

Tracey

Acres Irish  :      20

Rent Owed  :     46.5

Notes  :  Jointly with [?] Keoghoe. R.C. 1797 Lease given to Wm Goodisson to bring ejectments p. time. C.C.

 

1851 Lascoleman

Michael Tracey's Executors

Acres Irish  :      20.25

Rent Owed  :     37

Notes  :  R.C. 1797 Lease given to Wm Goodisson to bring ejectments p. time. C.C.

 

1868 Survey of tenants on Coollattin Estate

 

James Tracey, Kilballyowen, labourer, 50, wife 50,

 

Michael Tracey, Rathmeagh, labourer, 80, 2 sons, His son-in-law and family 2 males 2 females

 

Peter Tracey, Lascoleman, farmer, 30, wife 28, 1 son 1 daughter, 1 male sevant, 1 female servant

 

http://www.coollattincanadianconnection.com/databases.html

www.countywicklowheritage.org/documents/Microsoft_Word_Fitzwilliam.Est.pdf

Coolattin lives Https://coolattinlives.ie/

 

April 12 1836 Tithe Suit – Wicklow?

Wingfield Cooper & Elliott Crone v. ...William Treasy...James Tracy, Laurence Tracy...Michael Tracy...

 

27 December 1837 Valuation of £10 Electors

William Treacy, House and land, Knockinree Rathdrum Wicklow, 48a/2r/15p £33/0/0 annual value

 

1840 Arklow

John Tracey, Blacksmith, Gorey Rd

 

1860- British War Office (WO97) – Chelsea Hospital

Henry Tracey, b. 1840 Dunlavin, Wicklow

Militia Service Records (WO96) [Home Guard/Territorial Army]

John Tracey, b. 1860, Arklow, Wicklow

 

Residuary Account by Rory Stanley (John Tracy O'Reilly, Esquire of Kilquade House, Co. Wicklow - died 14th October 1841) [See also Kilternan, Co. Dublin]

DÚN LAOGHAIRE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY JOURNAL 1997 Vol. 6 No. 4

 

1842 Onwards – Wicklow Workhouse Admissions

http://www.traceyclann.com/files/1842- Wicklow Workhouse Admission.htm

 

1841 Reports relative to valuation for poor rates

Michael Tracey, Nov 22 1832 and Jan 2 1840, House and land, Lascoleman, Rath, Shillelagh, Wicklow, 49a/1r/11p £53/0/0 annual value, Observations: There are two Michael Traceys in clerk of peace's list and there appears but one in the rate-book.

 

Freemasons

Thomas Tracey, 19 Dec 1842, Vale of Ovoca Arklow Wicklow, Died 20 March ’85. Restored by G.Q. June? 1869. Certified 8 June 1869

 

12th Feb 1845 Issued at Dublin. Seaman Ticket. No.260,480

Michael Tracey, born Cloneraney Wexford in 1815.

Fish[erman], 5'7.5", brown hair, blue eyes, fresh complexion.

First went to sea as Fishm in the year 1835. When unemployed resides at Arklow.

 

Spring 1844 - Summer 1847

Spring Assizes, 1845. North Half Barony Of Ballinacor.

6 To Patrick Kavanagh, to keep in repair for 5 years 481 perches of the road from Blessington to Wicklow, between John Tracey's house and Ballinvalley gate, metalling one-fourth of a. ton at 4d. per annually, sec. 20 £8.0.4

Summer Assizes, 1846 North Ballinacor

22 To Patrick Kavanagh, like, 481 perches, between John Tracey's house and Ballinvally gate, 2nd levy, £8.0.4

Summer Assizes, 1847 North Ballinacor

14 To Patrick Kavanagh, like 481 perches, between John Tracey's house and Ballliuvalley gate. 3rd do. £8.0.4

Upper Talbotstown

We present six of the undernamed Cess Payers to be associated with the Magistrates, at the ensuing Special Sessions for the Half Barony, previous to..

Summer Assizes, 1845 :-...5 Patrick Tracey, Kiltegan...

Spring Assizes, 1847:...9 Pat. Tracey, Killtegan,...

Summer Assizes, 1848 :-...6 Patrick Tracey, Kiltegan...

Barony Of Arklow

27 To Same [Rev. F. Chamley], for like of a child, deserted in same pansb [Drumkey], named Geerge Tracy, aged 15 months, and nursed by Sarah Reid, ending the 2oth of March, 1846, £4.0.0

24 To Same [Rev. F. Chamley], for 4 months support of a child, deserted in the pansh of Drumkey, named George Tracey, aged 1.5 year, and nursed by Sarah Reid, ending the 26th of July, 1846 £1.6.8

6. To Same [Rev. Francis Chomley], for half a year's support of a child, destrted in the parish of Drumkey, named George Tracy, aged 2.5 years and nursed by Sarah Reid, ending at spring assizes, 1847, £2.0.0

Summer Assizes, 1847 Barony Of Arklow

Insolvencies. To be raised off the following holdings :-

Parish of Killahurler

Lawrence Tracy, do [houae aud garden] £0.1.0

James Tracy, do [houae aud garden] £0.1.0

 

1846 Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory

John Tracey, Gorey Road, Arklow. Blacksmith

 

1847 Michael Tracey, Knockenree, Co. Wicklow, Farmer (Will)

 

1850 RIC Service

John (M) Treacy, 13569, b. 1830 Tipperary N

 

13569 John (M) Treacy, A33852/4145, 19 years, 5'8", b. Tipperary N, Catholic, married 6 Oct '62, wife born Cork ER, recommended by Sub Insp Jervis, labourer, allocated 17 Nov 1849, served Wicklow 1 April 1850 - Reserve 22 June '55 - Deneg 17 Oct '56 - Cork E 1 Aug '57 - Limk 1/5/63, P1SC 1 Nov 1850 - P Ex Pay 1 July - P Aug? C 1/6/63, reward, Gratuity [dead?]

 

1798-1914 Register of Enlisted USA

Patrick Tracey, born Wicklow Ireland, 22 years, labourer, enlisted 2 Oct 1854 New York by Lieut Gardener for 5 years, grey eyes, light hair, fair complexion, 5’7.5”, 1 Arty C, discharged 2 Oct ’59, Exp of service, At Baton Rouge Barracks La, A Private

Patrick Tracey, enlisted 13 Jan/Feb 1861 Louisville Ky by Lt Anderson for 5 years, born Wicklow Ireland, 28 years, labourer, grey eyes, brown hair, ruddy complexion, 5’8”, 5 Cav G coy, died June 3/62 of disease at Columbia Hospl Wash DC, a Private [2 records]

Thomas Tracey, 27 years, blue eyes, brown hair, ruddy complexion, 5’10”, born Wicklow Ireland, labourer, enlisted 4 Aug 1849 Phila by Mj Rower, [no military details]

 

February 04, 1888 The Irish standard (Minneapolis, Minn.)

The last issue of the Irish World contains the following: "Information wanted of Patrick Tracey (dead or alive), a native of Rathmeigue, county Wicklow, Ireland. Last heard from was in Baton Rouge barracks under Captain J. Ricket, Company C, 1st Artillery. His term of encampment expired October 2, 1859. Auy information will be thankfully received by his brothers, Daniel and Peter Tracey, 59 Manitoba avenue, Rice street, St. Paul, Minn."

 

Summer 1851-Summer 1854

Spring Assizes, 1851 Shillelagh

45 To same [Thomas S. Gooclisson], being so much loss sustained by him in his Collection of County Cess, for Insolvenncies as per list and affidavit of Collector, viz...Parish of Lascoleman Michael Tracey £1.13.9...

Upper Talbotslown

We present six of the undernamed Cess Payers to be associated with the Magistrates at the ensuing Special Sessions previous to…

Summer Assizes, 1851, v1z :-...4 Patrick Tracey Kiltegan...

Summer Assizes, 1852, v1z :-...3 Patrick Tracey Kiltegan...

Spring Assizes, 1853, v1z :-...4 Pat Tracey Kiltegan...

Spring Assizes, 1854, v1z :-...11 Pat Tracey Kiltegan...

Spring, 1848...289 Patrick Tracy, to build a gullet £0.1.0

North Ballinacor

26 To Patrick Kavanagh, like 481 perches, between John Tracey's and Ballinvally piers, 2nd do. £8.0.4

14 To Patrick Kavanagh, like 481 perches, between John Tracey's and Ballinvalley piers, 3rd levy, £8.0.4

 

Griffiths Valuation - Wicklow 1852-1854

 Alphabetical

 By Area

Alice Tracy Rathmeague Hacketstown Wicklow

 

Andrew Tracy Sraghmore Calary Wicklow

 

Anne Tracy Killadreenan Newcastle Lower Wicklow

 

Catherine Tracey Ballinvally (Wisdom) Castlemacadam Wicklow

 

Edward Tracy Arklow The Fishery Arklow Wicklow

 

Garrett Tracy Cornagower West Dunganstown Wicklow

 

George Treacy Kilbaylet Upper Donard Wicklow

 

James Tracey Cullenmore Killiskey Wicklow

James Tracey Monaglogh Killahurler Wicklow

James Tracy Bray Main St. Bray Wicklow

 

Jane Tracy Arklow Moore's Court Arklow Wicklow

 

John Tracey Kilmacoo Castlemacadam Wicklow

John Tracy Arklow The Fishery Arklow Wicklow

John Tracy Arklow, 10 Wexford Road, Arklow Wicklow

John Tracy Ballymurtagh Castlemacadam Wicklow

John Tracy Forristeen Dunlavin Wicklow

John Tracy Kilcashel Castlemacadam Wicklow

John Tracy Killadreenan Newcastle Lower Wicklow

 

Laurence Tracey Monaglogh Killahurler Wicklow

Lawrence Tracy Sraghmore Calary Wicklow

 

Margaret Tracy Ballydonnell Redcross Wicklow

 

Mary Tracy Randlestown Donaghmore Wicklow

 

Michael Tracy Arklow The Fishery Arklow Wicklow

Michael Tracy Rathmeague Hacketstown Wicklow

 

Patrick Tracy Arklow, 9 Wexford Road, Arklow Wicklow

Patrick Tracy Kiltegan Kiltegan Wicklow

Patrick Tracy Liscolman Liscolman Wicklow

 

Peter Tracy Liscolman Liscolman Wicklow

Peter Tracy Tigroney East Castlemacadam Wicklow

 

Thomas Tracy Ballymoneen Castlemacadam Wicklow

Thomas Tracy Knockanode Castlemacadam Wicklow

Thomas Tracy Raheenavine Castlemacadam Wicklow

 

William Tracy Kilcashel Castlemacadam Wicklow

William Tracy Knockanree Upper Castlemacadam Wicklow

Edward Tracy Arklow The Fishery Arklow Wicklow

Jane Tracy Arklow Moore's Court Arklow Wicklow

John Tracy Arklow The Fishery Arklow Wicklow

John Tracy Arklow, 10 Wexford Road, Arklow, Wicklow

Michael Tracy Arklow The Fishery Arklow Wicklow

Patrick Tracy Arklow, 9 Wexford Road,  Arklow Wicklow

 

James Tracy Bray Main St. Bray Wicklow

 

Andrew Tracy Sraghmore Calary Wicklow

Lawrence Tracy Sraghmore Calary Wicklow

 

Catherine Tracey Ballinvally (Wisdom) Castlemacadam Wicklow

John Tracey Kilmacoo Castlemacadam Wicklow

John Tracy Ballymurtagh Castlemacadam Wicklow

John Tracy Kilcashel Castlemacadam Wicklow

Peter Tracy Tigroney East Castlemacadam Wicklow

Thomas Tracy Ballymoneen Castlemacadam Wicklow

Thomas Tracy Knockanode Castlemacadam Wicklow

Thomas Tracy Raheenavine Castlemacadam Wicklow

William Tracy Kilcashel Castlemacadam Wicklow

William Tracy Knockanree Upper Castlemacadam Wicklow

 

Mary Tracy Randlestown Donaghmore Wicklow

 

George Treacy Kilbaylet Upper Donard Wicklow

 

Garrett Tracy Cornagower West Dunganstown Wicklow

 

John Tracy Forristeen Dunlavin Wicklow

 

Alice Tracy Rathmeague Hacketstown Wicklow

Michael Tracy Rathmeague Hacketstown Wicklow

 

James Tracey Monaglogh Killahurler Wicklow

Laurence Tracey Monaglogh Killahurler Wicklow

 

James Tracey Cullenmore Killiskey Wicklow

 

Patrick Tracy Kiltegan Kiltegan Wicklow

 

Patrick Tracy Liscolman Liscolman Wicklow

Peter Tracy Liscolman Liscolman Wicklow

 

Anne Tracy Killadreenan Newcastle Lower Wicklow

John Tracy Killadreenan Newcastle Lower Wicklow

 

Margaret Tracy Ballydonnell Redcross Wicklow

 

Oregon, 1000 tons, Captain Henry Williams, from London / Plymouth 12th July 1851, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 31st October 1851.

Sarah  Treacey, 32, Servant,  Wicklow

 

Columbia to NSW Australia 20 Sep 1854 (Assisted Migration)

Catherine Treacy, 19, from Wholey Abbey [Holyvalley Blessington?], Co. Wicklow [or] Clajardon Tipperary

 

Aliquis, 1247 tons, Captain Thomas Pain from Liverpool 23rd May 1855, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 12th August 1855

Bridget Tracey, 25, Domestic Servant, Wicklow

 

Bucephalus, 1245 tons, Captain J. Betts Thompson, from Liverpool 7th July 1855, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 13th October 1855

William Tracey, 28, Labourer, Wicklow,  

Kelly Tracey, 26

Sarah Jane Tracey, 2

Julia Ann Tracey, 1

Samuel Tracey, 26, Labourer, Wicklow, single

Sarah Tracey, 22, Domestic Servant, Wicklow, single

 

1857 RIC Service

Peter Treacy, 21618, b. 1833 Wicklow

 

21618 Peter Treacy, 24 years, 5'10", b. Wicklow, recommended by WC Henessy? JP. lab, allocated 19 Feb 57, served Drogheda? 12 Jun, Punishment 14/12/59, Resigned 9 July 1860 A82314/9157, Inadequate Pay C.I. states to join the Pope's army [Italy?]

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

Andrew Tracey 29 Apr 1895 Shraghmore Roundwood Wicklow, farmer, to Patrick Tracey, farmer

George Treacy 7 Jan 1919 Knockenode Wicklow, farmer, by John OConnor

James Treacy Or Tracey 25 Jun 1919 Knockinrae? Avoca Wicklow, farmer, to Peter Treacy

John Treacy 18 Mar 1914 Avoca Wicklow granted at London, to Peter Treacy

Julia Tracey 15 Jan 1904 Shraghmore Roundwood Wicklow, widow, to Patrick Tracey, farmer

Kate Tracey 14 May 1919 Rock Big Arklow Wicklow, mw [married woman], to Richard Tracey

Michael Treacy 14 Jun 1891 Lower Main Street Arklow Wicklow, ship-wright, by Patrick Beakey of Knockinree, farmer and Daniel Condren of Arklow, shopkeeper

 

Matthew Cosgrave 25 Mar 1918 Tigroney Avoca Wicklow, farmer, to Myles Cosgrave, labourer & Peter Treacy, farmer

Patrick M'Lean 4 Nov 1875 Rathsalla Wicklow, land steward, to  Richard Tracy of Naas Kildare, clerk of Petty Sessions

Garrett Doyle 2 Apr 1907 Knockanree Wicklow, died Kilmacoo, to James Treacy, farmer

 

Spring 1859

North Ballinacor

11 To Patrick Kavanngh, like for 3 years 481 perches from Wicklow to Blessington, between John Tracey's and Ballinvalley piers, at 3d. per annually, ibid, £6.0.3

Insolvencies On The Barony Of Arklow,

For Spring and Summer Assizes, 1855...Parish of Arklow...John Tracey, £0.0.11.5...

We present six of the undernamed Cess-payers to be associated with the magistrates at the ensuing Special Sessions, previous to

Spring Assizes, 1858, pursuant to 8th section of 6 & 7 William IV cap. 116...10 Patrick Tracey, Kiltegan...

Spring Assizes, 1859...6 Patrick Tracey, Kiltegan...

Parishes Of Ballintemple And Ktllahurler, For Spring And Summer Assizes, 1858

Lorenzo Tracey £0.0.7.5

Lorenzo Tracey £0.0.6

James Tracey £0.0.5

 

1860 RIC Service

John Tracy, 25032, b. 1839 Limerick

 

25032 John Tracy, 20 years, 5'7.5", b. Limk, Catholic, recommended by S.In Murphy, lab, allocated 17 Aug 59, served Wick 14 Jan 60 - Waterford - Wat City 1/7/70, R2SC for 14 Morcbs? 1/1/63, Punishment, resigned 12 March 1871, to go to America

 

29 November 1860 Irish Times

Case of drowning

About 5 o’clock yesterday evening a man named William Tracey, aged 50 years, and whose family reside in Dunlavin, County Wicklow accidentally fell into the Royal Canal betweens Whites bridge and the Liffey and was drowned.

 

1860 US Census

Jahn Tracy, 60 years, b. Wicklow Ireland, The Township Of Plymouth, Montgomery, Pennsylvania

 

1860

17. Thos Treacy Reps Jno & M Manning, Raheenavine [Avoca Wicklow], 38a/0r/39p, £21 rent. £0.12.11 charge, Lease dated 1st February 1823 from Maryanne Synes and others to John and Mary Manning for life of said Joseph Manning...

 

1860 The Papal Tribute

Parish of Arklow

Mr. Michael Tracy, shipwright £0.2.6

Mr. William Tracy, £0.2.6

Mr. Michael Tracy £0.5.0

 

1860-1921 Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen

Ar Patk

Treacy

19

1901

Wicklow Arklow

Pacific

Dublin

June 1920

Archibald

Tracy

45

1829

Wicklow?

Captain Cook

Dublin

June 1874

Dan

Treacy

23

1852

Wicklow Arklow

Coronella

Dublin

December 1875

Dan

Treacy

 

1850

Wicklow Arklow

Crystal Palace

Dublin

December 1886

Dan

Treacy

 

1850

Wicklow Arklow

Crystal Palace

Dublin

June 1887

Dan

Treacy

 

1850

Wicklow Arklow

Crystal Palace

Dublin

 1887

Dan

Treacy

39

1849

Wicklow Arklow

Crystal Palace

Dublin

June 1888

Dan

Treacy

39

1850

Wicklow Arklow

Crystal Palace

Dublin

 1889

Dan

Treacy

40

1849

Wicklow Arklow

Crystal Palace

Dublin

June 1889

Dan

Treacy

43

1846

Wicklow Arklow

Crystal Palace

Dublin

December 1889

Dan

Treacy

43

1846

Wicklow Arklow

Crystal Palace

Dublin

December 1889

Dan

Treacy

40

1850

Wicklow Arklow

Crystal Palace

Dublin

June 1890

Dan

Treacy

47

1843

Wicklow Arklow

Crystal Palace

Dublin

December 1890

Dan

Treacy

 

1856

Wicklow Arklow

Edward

Dublin

December 1906

Dan

Treacy

50

1858

Wicklow Arklow

Glendalough

Dublin

 1908

Dan

Treacy

27

1853

Wicklow Arklow

Henry

Youghal

June 1880

Dan

Treacy

34

1857

Wicklow Arklow

Industry

Wexford

December 1891

Dan

Treacy

30

1854

Wicklow Arklow

Irish Minstrel

Dundalk

June 1884

Dan

Treacy

30

1855

Wicklow Arklow

Irish Minstrel

Dundalk

 1885

Dan

Treacey

37

1855

Wicklow Arklow

John Morrison

Dublin

December 1892

Dan

Treacy

24

1850

Wicklow Arklow

John Morrison

Dublin

 1874

Dan

Tracey

 

1903

Wicklow Arklow

K T

Dublin

June 1920

Dan

Tracey

 

1903

Wicklow Arklow

K T

Dublin

December 1920

Dan

Treacy

51

1857

Wicklow Arklow

Schr Glendalough

Dublin

 1908

Dan

Treacy

60

1854

Wicklow Arklow

Sydia Cardell

Fowey

December 1914

Dan

Treacy

 

1853

Wicklow Arklow

William

Dublin

June 1910

Daniel

Tracy

27

1850

Wicklow Arklow

Arab

Dublin

December 1877

Daniel

Tracy

47

1830

Wicklow Arklow

Arab

Dublin

June 1877

Daniel

Tracy

30

1850

Wicklow Arklow

Colorado

Dublin

June 1880

Daniel

Treacy

 

1854

Wicklow Arklow

Crystal Palace

Dublin

June 1886

Daniel

Tracey

15

1849

Wicklow Arklow

Emma Jane

Dublin

June 1864

Daniel

Treacy

29

1853

Wicklow Arklow

George & Susan

Dublin

June 1882

Daniel

Tracey

25

1852

Wicklow Arklow

John Morrison

Dublin

June 1877

Daniel

Treacy

24

1850

Wicklow Arklow

John Morrison

Dublin

June 1874

Daniel

Tracy

50

1858

Wicklow Arklow

Jura

Dublin

June 1908

Daniel

Tracey

 

1902

Wicklow Arklow

K T

Dublin

December 1919

Daniel

Tracey

34

1852

Wicklow Arklow

Koodoo

Dublin

June 1886

Daniel

Tracey

27

1849

Wicklow Arklow, Co Wicklow

William

Dublin

December 1876

Daniel

Treacy

 

 

Wicklow Arklow?

John Morrison

Dublin

 1874

Frances

Fracery

 

 

Wicklow Arklow?

Lord Byran

Dublin

 1873

J

Treacy

17

1899

Wicklow Arklow

K T K S

Dublin

June 1916

James

Tracy [Tray]

 

1874

Wicklow [error Wexford]

Xanthus

Dublin

December 1891

James

Tracey

42

1823

Wicklow Arklow

Eliza

Wexford

December 1865

James

Tracey

 

1863

Wicklow Arklow

Emma Jane

Dublin

June 1882

James

Treacy

18

1890

Wicklow Arklow

Jura

Dublin

December 1908

James

Tracey

20

1854

Wicklow Arklow

Lord Byrne

dublin

 1874

James

Treacy

16

1891

Wicklow Arklow

Maren

Dublin

December 1907

James

Treacy

27

1841

Wicklow Arklow

Michael & Christopher

Dublin

December 1868

James

Tracy

26

1844

Wicklow Arklow

Susan Jane

Dublin

December 1870

James

Tracy

40

1831

Wicklow Arklow

Vine

Dublin

December 1871

James

Treacy

21

1843

Wicklow Arklow

Wasp

Dublin

December 1864

James

Treacy

22

1842

Wicklow Arklow

Wasp

Dundalk

June 1864

James

Treacy

 

1890

Wicklow Arklow

William

Dublin

June 1909

James

Treacy

 

1882

Wicklow Arklow

William

Dublin

December 1909

James

Treacy

 

1890

Wicklow Arklow

William

Dublin

June 1910

James

Treacy

 

1891

Wicklow Arklow

William

Dublin

December 1910

James

Treacy

 

1891

Wicklow Arklow

William

Dublin

December 1910

James

Treacy

20

1891

Wicklow Arklow

William Martyn

Dublin

June 1911

Jas

Tracy

19

1852

Wicklow Arklow

Active

Dublin

June 1871

John

Tressy

 

1864

Wicklow Arklow

Active

Dublin

June 1884

John

Treacy

 

1868

Wicklow Arklow

Belle Star

Dublin

 1892

John

Treacy

15

1868

Wicklow Arklow

Elma

Dublin

June 1883

John

Treacy

 

1867

Wicklow Arklow

Elma

Dublin

June 1888

John

Tracy

19

1867

Wicklow Arklow

General Lee

Dublin

June 1886

John

Tracy

 

1868

Wicklow Arklow

Glance

Dublin

December 1896

John

Tracy

 

1860

Wicklow Arklow

Glance

Dublin

June 1899

John

Tracy

 

1860

Wicklow Arklow

Glance

Dublin

June 1900

John

Tracey

 

1860

Wicklow Arklow

Henrietta

Dublin

December 1884

John

Fracey

22

1861

Wicklow Arklow

Henrietta

Dublin

June 1883

John

Treacy

20

1866

Wicklow Arklow

Irene

Dublin

June 1886

John

Treacy

26

1860

Wicklow Arklow

Irene

Dublin

December 1886

John

Tracy

30

1856

Wicklow Arklow

J M K

Dublin

June 1886

John

Tracy

24

1854

Wicklow Arklow

John Hall

Dublin

December 1878

John

Tracey

 

1899

Wicklow Arklow

K T

Dublin

December 1916

John

Tracy

 

1865

Wicklow Arklow

Martha Jane

Dublin

June 1881

John

Tracy

28

1838

Wicklow Arklow

Michael John

Dublin

June 1866

John

Tracy

22

1862

Wicklow Arklow

Orphan Girl

Dublin

December 1884

John

Treacy

 

1867

Wicklow Arklow

Pacific

Dublin

December 1891

John

Tracey

 

1855

Wicklow Arklow

Premier

Dublin

December 1885

John

Treacy

 

1855

Wicklow Arklow

Premier

Dublin

June 1886

John

Treacy

15

1899

Wicklow Arklow

Sydia Cardell

Fowey

December 1914

John

Tracey

49

1871

Wicklow Arklow

Village Belle

Dublin

June 1920

John

Tracey

48

1872

Wicklow Arklow

Village Belle

Dublin

December 1920

John

Tracey

40

1832

Wicklow Arklow Co Wicklow

St Patrick

Balbriggan

December 1872

John

Tracey

 

1859

Wicklow Arklow, Wicklow

Sarah Jane

Dublin

December 1883

Laurence

Tracy

40

1834

Wicklow Arklow

Major O'Rielly

Dublin

December 1874

Maud

Tracey

 

1875

Wicklow Arklow

Elizabeth Jane

Dublin

June 1891

Maud

Tracey

 

1868

Wicklow Arklow

Elizabeth Jane

Dublin

December 1891

Michael

Tracey

 

1863

Wicklow Arklow

Active

Dublin

December 1880

Michael

Tracey

25

1839

Wicklow Arklow

Eva

Dublin

December 1864

Michael

Tracey

26

1838

Wicklow Arklow

Eva

Dublin

June 1864

Michael

Tracy

16

1886

Wicklow Arklow

Glendalough

Dublin

June 1902

Michael

Tracy

16

1886

Wicklow Arklow

Glendalough

Dublin

December 1902

Michael

Tracy

32

1835

Wicklow Arklow

Monitor

Dublin

December 1867

Michael

Tracey

28

1835

Wicklow Arklow

Star of the Sea

Dublin

June 1863

Michael

Tracy

21

1845

Wicklow Arklow

Wasp

Dublin

December 1866

Michael

Tracy

 

 

Wicklow Arklow?

Sons of the Sea

Dublin

 1898

Michl

Tracy

27

1836

Wicklow Arklow, C W

Eva

Dublin

December 1863

Miles

Tracy

22

1862

Wicklow Arklow

Industry

Dublin

June 1884

Miles

Tracy

 

1860

Wicklow Arklow Co Wicklow

Ida

Dublin

December 1884

Miles

Tracey

 

1860

Wicklow Arklow, Co Wicklow

Tiara

Dublin

December 1896

Miley

Tracey

 

1865

Wicklow Arklow

Henry

Dublin

December 1902

Mongan

Tracey

30

1845

Wicklow Arklow

Naiad

Dublin

December 1875

Morgan

Tracey

50

1858

Wicklow Arklow

Claremont

Dublin

December 1908

Morgan

Tracy

26

1888

Wicklow Arklow

Cymric

Beaumaris

June 1914

Morgan

Tracy

 

1845

Wicklow Arklow

Denbighshire Lass

Dublin

December 1889

Morgan

Treacy

54

1855

Wicklow Arklow

Edward

Dublin

December 1909

Morgan

Treacy

51

1859

Wicklow Arklow

Edward

Dublin

June 1910

Morgan

Treacy

51

1859

Wicklow Arklow

Edward

Dublin

December 1910

Morgan

Tracey

 

1855

Wicklow Arklow

Elizabeth Jane

Dublin

December 1881

Morgan

Tracey

 

1861

Wicklow Arklow

Elizabeth Jane

Dublin

June 1891

Morgan

Tracey

 

1857

Wicklow Arklow

Elizabeth Jane

Dublin

December 1891

Morgan

Tracey

50

1854

Wicklow Arklow

Elizabeth Jane

Dublin

December 1904

Morgan

Treacy

24

1852

Wicklow Arklow

Elizabeth Jane

Dublin

December 1876

Morgan

Fracey

50

1854

Wicklow Arklow

Elizabeth Jane

Dublin

June 1904

Morgan

Tracey

 

1850

Wicklow Arklow

Emma Jane

Dublin

June 1884

Morgan

Tracey

18

1854

Wicklow Arklow

Emma Jane

Dublin

December 1872

Morgan

Tracey

20

1857

Wicklow Arklow

George & Susan

Dublin

December 1877

Morgan

Tracy

18

1863

Wicklow Arklow

Glendalough

Dublin

 1881

Morgan

Tracy

18

1895

Wicklow Arklow

Glendalough

Dublin

December 1913

Morgan

Tracy

40

1842

Wicklow Arklow

Henry Tuke

Dublin

June 1882

Morgan

Treacey

26

1857

Wicklow Arklow

Henry Tuke

Dublin

June 1883

Morgan

Treacy

 

1854

Wicklow Arklow

Henry Tuke

Dublin

December 1883

Morgan

Tracy

27

1849

Wicklow Arklow

Ida

Dublin

June 1876

Morgan

Tracy

 

1855

Wicklow Arklow

Jane

Dublin

June 1912

Morgan

Tracy

 

1895

Wicklow Arklow

Jane

Dublin

June 1912

Morgan

Tracy

 

1855

Wicklow Arklow

Jane

Dublin

December 1912

Morgan

Tracy

 

1865

Wicklow Arklow

K T

Dublin

December 1901

Morgan

Treacy

 

1863

Wicklow Arklow

K T

Dublin

June 1901

Morgan

Tracy

24

1849

Wicklow Arklow

Lizzie Scallan

Dublin

December 1873

Morgan

Tracy

24

1849

Wicklow Arklow

Lizzie Scallan

Dublin

 1873

Morgan

Treacy

30

1877

Wicklow Arklow

Maren

Dublin

December 1907

Morgan

Treacy

48

1860

Wicklow Arklow

Maren

Dublin

June 1908

Morgan

Tracy

25

1850

Wicklow Arklow

Naiad

Dublin

June 1875

Morgan

Tracey

19

1852

Wicklow Arklow

Naiad

Dublin

June 1871

Morgan

Treacey

 

1858

Wicklow Arklow

Orphan Girl

Dublin

June 1898

Morgan

Tracy

40

1857

Wicklow Arklow

Pacific

Dublin

December 1897

Morgan

Tracey

41

1856

Wicklow Arklow

Pacific

Dublin

June 1897

Morgan

Treacy

 

1858

Wicklow Arklow

Pacific

Dublin

December 1894

Morgan

Tracy

40

1862

Wicklow Arklow

Patrician

Drogheda

December 1902

Morgan

Tracy

 

1850

Wicklow Arklow

S S Lavinia

Dublin

June 1896

Morgan

Tracy

 

1854

Wicklow Arklow

S S Lavinia

Dublin

December 1896

Morgan

Tracey

 

1858

Wicklow Arklow

S S Saint Mirren

Dublin

June 1899

Morgan

Tracey

 

1858

Wicklow Arklow

S S Saint Mirren

Dublin

 1899

Morgan

Tracy

 

1850

Wicklow Arklow

S/S Alliance

Dublin

June 1884

Morgan

Fracy

15

1855

Wicklow Arklow

Secret

Dublin

June 1870

Morgan

Tracey

27

1847

Wicklow Arklow

St Peter

Dublin

December 1874

Morgan

Tracey

 

1850

Wicklow Arklow

Tamar Queen

Cork

June 1904

Morgan

Tracy

 

1896

Wicklow Arklow

Velinheli

Dublin

June 1912

Morgan

Tracey

 

1853

Wicklow Arklow

Velinheli

Dublin

December 1913

Morgan

Tracey

20

1851

Wicklow Arklow

Vine

Dublin

December 1871

Morgan

Treacy

 

1862

Wicklow Arklow

William

Dublin

December 1904

Morgan

Tracey

 

1894

Wicklow Arklow

William & Margaret

Dublin

June 1912

Morgan

Treacy

 

1859

Wicklow Arklow

Wilson

Dublin

June 1889

Morgan

Treacy

48

1858

Wicklow Arklow

Wilson

Dublin

December 1906

Morgan

Treacy

50

1857

Wicklow Arklow

Wilson

Dublin

June 1907

Morgan

Treacy

49

1858

Wicklow Arklow

Wilson

Dublin

December 1907

Morgan

Tracey

 

1852

Wicklow Arklow

Young Dan

Dublin

December 1920

Morgan

Tracy

 

1856

Wicklow Arklow

Zion Hill

Wexford

June 1908

Morgan

Tracy

 

1858

Wicklow Arklow

Zion Hill

Wexford

December 1908

Morgan

Treacy

60

1854

Wicklow Arklow

Zion Hill

Wexford

June 1914

Morgan

Treacy

56

1858

Wicklow Arklow

Zion Hill

Wexford

December 1914

Morgan

Tracey

24

1853

Wicklow Arklow Co Wicklow

Elizabeth Jane

Dublin

 1877

Morgan

Tracy

42

1858

Wicklow Arklow, Co Wicklow

City of Belfast

Dublin

December 1900

Morgan

Tracy

 

1854

Wicklow Arklow, Co Wicklow

Henry Tuke

Dublin

December 1882

Morgan

Tracy

30

1848

Wicklow Arklow, Co Wicklow

Jura

Dublin

December 1878

Morgan

Treacy

18

1852

Wicklow Arklow, Co Wicklow

Secret

Dublin

December 1870

Morgan

Tracy

42

1858

Wicklow Arklow, County Dublin

City of Belfast

Dublin

December 1900

Morgan

Tracey

 

 

Wicklow Arklow, Ireland

Elter Water

Dublin

December 1895

Myles

Treacy

33

1867

Wicklow Arklow

City of Lisbon

Dublin

June 1900

Myles

Treacy

33

1867

Wicklow Arklow

City of Lisbon

Dublin

 1900

Myles

Tracey

33

1867

Wicklow Arklow

Claremont

Dublin

December 1900

Myles

Treacy

37

1864

Wicklow Arklow

Claremount

Dublin

June 1901

Myles

Treacy

24

1864

Wicklow Arklow

General Lee

Dublin

December 1888

Myles

Treacy

27

1862

Wicklow Arklow

General Lee

Dublin

June 1889

Myles

Treacy

 

1865

Wicklow Arklow

Henry

Dublin

June 1902

Myles

Tracey

 

1865

Wicklow Arklow

Hope

Dublin

December 1898

Myles

Tracey

 

1865

Wicklow Arklow

Hope

Dublin

June 1899

Myles

Treacy

66

1823

Wicklow Arklow

John Morrison

Dublin

 1889

Myles

Tracey

20

1862

Wicklow Arklow

Sarah Jane

Dublin

December 1882

Myles

Treacy

40

1870

Wicklow Arklow

SS Sinainn

Limerick

June 1910

Myles

Tracy

 

1869

Wicklow Arklow British

Ben Eadar

Dublin

June 1919

Myles

Tracy

 

1869

Wicklow Arklow British

Ben Eadar

Dublin

December 1919

Myles

Treacy

30

1866

Wicklow Arklow, British

Lean Janne

Dublin

December 1896

P

Treacy

21

1899

Wicklow Arklow

Dublin

Dublin

June 1920

P

Treacy

21

1899

Wicklow Arklow

Dublin

Dublin

December 1920

Patrick

Tracy

23

1845

Wicklow Arklow

Isabel

Dublin

 1868

Patrick

Tracey

23

1845

Wicklow Arklow

Isabel

Dublin

December 1868

Patrick

Tracy

 

1856

Wicklow Arklow

John Morrison

Dublin

June 1881

Patrick

Tracy

 

1857

Wicklow Arklow

John Morrisson

Dublin

 1882

Patrick

Tracy

 

1852

Wicklow Arklow

John Morrisson

Dublin

December 1882

Patrick

Tracy

31

1836

Wicklow Arklow

Monitor

Dublin

December 1867

Patrick

Treacy

18

1901

Wicklow Arklow

Pacific

Dublin

December 1919

Patrick

Tracey

19

1852

Wicklow Arklow

Wave Crest

Dublin

June 1871

Patrick

Treacy

 

 

Wicklow Arklow?

Pacific

Dublin

 1920

Richard

Treacy

22

1885

Wicklow Arklow

Claremont

Dublin

June 1907

Richard

Tracey

30

1881

Wicklow Arklow

David Rees

Dublin

December 1911

Richard

Treacy

21

1885

Wicklow Arklow

Detlef Wagner

Dublin

December 1906

Richard

Treacy

24

1885

Wicklow Arklow

Edward

Dublin

June 1909

Richard

Treacy

25

1884

Wicklow Arklow

Edward

Dublin

December 1909

Richard

Treacy

26

1886

Wicklow Arklow

Edward

Dublin

June 1912

Richard

Treacy

24

1884

Wicklow Arklow

John Morrison

Dublin

June 1908

Richard

Treacy

 

1884

Wicklow Arklow

Orphan Girl

Dublin

December 1901

Richard

Tracey

26

1886

Wicklow Arklow

Seaview

Dublin

June 1912

Richard

Tracey

 

1884

Wicklow Arklow

Velinheli

Dublin

December 1912

Richard

Tracey

 

1884

Wicklow Arklow

William

Dublin

December 1903

Richard

Treacy

 

1884

Wicklow Arklow

William

Dublin

June 1904

Richard

Treacy

 

1877

Wicklow Arklow

William

Dublin

December 1904

Richard

Treacy

25

1884

Wicklow Arklow

William Martyn

Dublin

December 1909

Richard

Treacy

25

1884

Wicklow Arklow

William Martyn

Dublin

December 1909

Terence

Tracey

 

1871

Wicklow Arklow

Relief

Dublin

December 1890

Terence

Treacy

 

1874

Wicklow Arklow

Relief

Dublin

June 1890

Thomas

Treacy

23

1884

Wicklow Arklow

Anna Moore

Dublin

 1907

Thomas

Treacy

 

1883

Wicklow Arklow

Mellifont

Drogheda

 1907

Thomas

Tracey

 

 

Wicklow Arklow?

Sons of The Sea

Dublin

 1897

 

2 March 1861 (FJ) Death

February 24, at Blessington, county Wicklow, in the 96th year of her age, Mrs. Eleanor Tracy, deservedly regretted by her family and a large circle of friends.

 

1861 English Census

Michael Tracy, 30, b. Arklow, British Ships In Home Ports

 

10 December 1862 (FJ) Collection for Catholic University

...Parish of Arklow...William Tracy...Michael Tracy...2s6d...

 

MISSING ADVERTISMENTS NORTH AMERICA

Name of Missing

Home county

Arrival 

AD Date

SEEKER

Patrick Tracy

(30, fair complexion, serv Exp. 1859, Capt JB Ricket, soldier, Co. C Artill, US Army)

Hacketstown, Rathmegan, Wicklow

‘Wisconsin’ from Liverpool 10/1853

Baton Rouge Barracks LA

31/10/1863

James Dunn (friend) Stafford Springs CT

1863 Boston Pilot

OF PATRICK TRACY, a native of Rathmegan, parish of Hacketstown, county Wicklow, who sailed from Liverpool in the ship Wisconsin on the 13th of September, and landed in this country on the 22nd of October, 1853; has fair complexion, and is about 30 years of age; when last heard from he was in Baton Rouge barracks, Louisiana; his Captain`s name was J B Rickett, in Co C, 1st Artillery. His five years in service expired on the 2d of October, 1859. Any information concerning him will be thankfully received by his friend, James Dunn, Strafford Springs, Conn.

 

November 1862

Mr Tracy, the energetic Police Magistrate of Belfast, who has lately removed to Wicklow, has determined to take up his residence at Bray. His furniture arrived here on Friday evening, and he has, I believe, determined to occupy the house, No.5, Dangan Terrace. (see William Samuel Tracy)

 

January 1863 Bray Coal Fund

...Mrs Tracy £1...

 

22 September 1863 (FJ) Death

September 15, at Wicklow, where she went for the bebefit of her health, Letitia Anne, youngest daughter of the late James Tracy, of Naas, deeply and deservedly regretted by all who knew her.

 

16 July 1864 (FJ) Cricket

Bray...M. Tracy...

7 September 1864 (FJ) Cricket

Bray v. Mountjoy...W. Tracey (Bray)...M. Tracey (Mountjoy)

 

1864 Art Union arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 22nd August 1864

John Tracey, 20, Miner, single, Wicklow

http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/australia/artunion1864.shtml

 

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

Tracey, John Rathdown, Dublin South/Wicklow. 2 810

Tracey, Michael, Rathdrum, Wicklow. 7 1062

Tracey, Michael, Rathdrum, Wicklow. 7 897

Tracey, Myles, Rathdrum, Wicklow. 17 952

Tracy, Diana, Rathdown, Dublin South/Wicklow. 12 913

Tracy, Esther, Naas, Kildare/Wicklow. 7 919

Tracy, James, Rathdrum, Wicklow. 7 1056

Tracy, Mary, Naas, Kildare/Wicklow. 7 948

Tracy, Mary, Naas, Kildare/Wicklow. 7 938

 

June 1865 Bray Cricket

...A. Tracy...

 

30 September 1865 (FJ) Alleged Fenianism in Wicklow

At the Carnew Petty Sessions...Messrs Tracey, RU Boyce, H Braddell, Thomas Braddell and William Braddell, Laurence Crimmeen and Philip Crimmeen were charged with drilling and being members of the Fenian Conspiracy...

 

1865

24. John Treacy, Mullinavegue [Mullinaveige Calary Wicklow] £1.8.2 lime money to tenant, £12.0.5 rent, 40a/2r/3p, Tenant from year to year

34. William Treacy, Shraghmore [Sraghmore Calary Wicklow] £2.3.4 lime money to tenant, £8.6.5 rent, 20a/1r/33p, Tenant from year to year

 

26 June 1866 IT

Wicklow Town Quarter Sesssion...Lorenze Tracey/Treacy, had been indicted as "Lawrence"...assault on Patrick Carroll...exceeded the law in defense of his property...

 

24 July 1866 (FJ) Arch Confraternity of St Peter's Pence

...Parish of Arklow...Messrs...W. Tracy...

8 June 1867 (FJ) Collection for the Pope

Parish of Arlow...M. Tracy...W. Tracy...Miss Tracy...

 

1850-1883 New York Emigrant Savings Bank Records

5 Jul 1866 53962 Anne Treasey? of 125th Chanys Hotel, domestic, born 1838 Co Wicklow ard 1864 per "Olympias" Fath Andrew Mo Bridget Guynon

 

1866-1914 Dog Licence Registers of Ireland

- Alphabetical

- by County

 

29 August 1867 (FJ) Royal Agricultural Society

...Stephens Green...exhibitors of horses...Patrick Tracy, Baltinglass...

 

August 1867

Wicklow County Cricket Club...Mr. M. Tracey...

 

23 November 1867 (FJ) Collection for the Catholic University

Parish of Barndarrig and Kilbride...Mr. Morgan Tracey 2s...

 

Kings Inns Admission Papers 1607-1867

Henry Tracy, 3rd s. of William Samual, Bray, Co. Wicklow, and Margaret Simpson; ed. TCD H 1867. (b. 1844?)  (see William Samuel Tracy)

 

February 1868/1869 London Gazette

Name Of Firm. National Bank Of Ireland.

Persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists.

Patrick Tracey, Kiltegan, Baltinglass, County Wicklow

 

26 February 1876 The London Gazette

Name Of Firm. National Bank Of Ireland.

Persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists.

Tracey, Patrick, jun., Kiltogan, Baltinglass, county Wicklow, farmer

 

February 1887 London Gazette

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

Patrick Tracey, jun., Kiltegan, Baltinglass, County Wicklow (Farmer)

 

27 February 1869 (N) The Amnestry Fund

...W. Tracy, Kilpatrick...[Wicklow?]

25 November 1870 (FJ) Sympathy for the Pope

...Wm. Tracy, Kilpatrick, County Wicklow...

 

Avoca & Rathdrum Sessions

2/6/1869 Assault on James Tracey at Knockenode

 

4 August 1869 (FJ)

Parish of Ovoca, County Wicklow...Peter Tracey...1s

Parish of Arklow...Wm Tracy...2s6d...

 

9 November 1869 (FJ) Wicklow Petty Session

A boy named John Boyce was charged with having struck Eliza Tracy with a stone at Ruitmier on the 1st inst.

 

28 December 1869 (FJ) Petition...relations between Landlord and Tenant

Ovaca...James Tracey...Peter Tracey...Peter Tracey...James Tracey...Michael Tracey...

 

14 November 1870 (FJ) French Ambulances

Arklow...Miss Treacy...

 

23/5/1871 Wicklow Petty Sessions
Boy named Thos Morton of Arklow up for assault on "idiotic old man" named John Tracy

25 May 1871 (FJ) Wicklow Petty Sessions

A boy named Thomas Morton was prosecuted for having assaulted John Tracy, an idiotic old man...Morton is a native of the town of Arklow...

 

29 November 1871 (FJ) The Education Question

...Peter Tracy, do [Ovaco]...

 

23 December 1871 Pilot (New York, USA)

...James Tracy, now of Lockport, N. Y., formerly of Baltinglass. Ireland...

 

1870 Census - Lockport, ward 1, Niagara, New York

James Tracy, 30, b. Ireland, brick maker

James Tracy, 26, b. Ireland, brick maker

Martin Conly, 25, b. Ireland, brick maker

Joseph Barnes, 22, b. Ireland, brick maker

John Barnes, 39, b. Ireland, brick maker

William Mahar, 24, b. Ireland, brick maker

Charles Leatherhouse, 18, b. Germany, brick maker

Peter Pickard, 19, b. New York, brick maker

Hannah Parker, 16, b. New York, keeps house

Maggie Burns, 16, b. Ireland, keeps house

 

November 1872 Wright v. Tracy [Ballynagran and Ballyflanigan Dunganstown]

Case to recover damages herd at last assizes. Let to the defendant in Wicklow 50 acres of grassland and dwelling house for £200 with an additional £200 if defendant remained.

April 1874 Francis Richard Wright v. Morgan Tracy

This was an appeal from an order of the Common Pleas. The action  was one of ejectment on title to recover possession of part of the lands of Ballynagran and part of the lands of Ballyhauagan, comprising about fifty acres in the county of Wicklow. The defendant held the premises as tenant for one year from 25 March 1871 to 1872, at the rent of £200.

June 1874 Francis Richard Wright v. Morgan Treacy

Case to reverse judgment tried before Justice Fitzgerald, Wicklow Summer Assizes 1872, possession of lands in the parish of Danganstown[?], Barony of Arklow, Wicklow. The defendant held the premises as tenant at the rent of £200...the tenanacy of the defendant could not be determined without service of notice to quit...

Wright V. Tracey.

Landlord and Tenant {Ireland) Act 1870, section 69 — A letting of the grass with the use of tlu houses^ as a temporary convenience to such letting for one year certain,

Held,  not to be a tenancy requiring notice to quit under section 69, and that Judgment should be entered for the plaintiff.

The plaintiff, by an agreement, dated 8th March, 1871, and signed by the parties, set to the defendant "the grass of part of the lands of Ballynagran, with the use of the dwelling-house and out-offices, and all appurtenances thereunto belonging, as a temporary convenience to such letting, all which premises are now in the possession or occupation of the said Morgan Tracey; and it is hereby agreed between the said parties that this letting is and is to be solely as a pasture farm, and for a dairy and dairy accommodation, and for the term of one year certain, to commence on the 25th day of March next, 1871, and to end on the 25th day of March, 1872. . . . The said Morgan Tracey is to have for tillage the Minister's Hill, free of rent, as a convenience during the said period of tenancy." Possession was given to the defendant under that agreement in December, 1871. Action of ejectment was brought at the last Wicklow Assizes, claiming possession as from 26th March, 1872. Defendant relied on the fact that under section 69 of the Land Act, the defendant was entitled to a notice to quit Fitzgerald, J., directed a verdict for the plaintiff, but reserved liberty to the defendant to move to have a non-suit entered, if the Court should be of opinion that the plaintiff ought to be non-suited. — The Court of Common Pleas (Monahan, C.J., Lawson and Morris, JJ. — Monahan diss.) subsequently upheld the verdict had for the plaintiff.

Edward Greer: Irish Land Acts (1897)

 

1872 – 1915 Ireland's Royal Garrison Artillery

John Tracey, Arklow, Co. Wicklow. WO96/1453     

 

Tracy Shipbuilders Arklow

Edward. Schooner, 154 tons 94’ by 23’ by 118’. Built in Arklow (by Tracy) in 1872. Broken up 1930.

John Morrison. Edward Kearon ordered a new ship to be built in Arklow in 1874 and she was constructed for him by Tracy. On launch day she was named John Morrison, who was the English manager of the new chemical works, that owners were trying to flatter. John Morrison. Barquentine, later rerigged as a schooner, 202 tons, 105’ by 25’ by 12’, the largest ship ever built there. Foundered off Wicklow Head, 26 December 1925, from damage sustained after stricking Wicklow pier whilst leaving the port under the command of Captain Harry Kearon, Back Street. Query… still in Lloyds Register of 1939, still registered at Dublin, same owner, Master: J. Kearon.

 Forde, Frank (1988) Maritime Arklow, The Glendale Press Ltd, Dun Laoghaire.pp.30, 71, 79, 80, 262

 

May 1873 Cricket

Bray College...W Tracy...

 

August 1873 Powerscourt Athletic Sports

440 yards junior handicap...2nd W. Tracy (cricket bat)...125 yards junior handicap...1st W. Tracy (mug)...

 

1873 RIC Service

William Treacy, 39317, b. 1853 Roscommon

 

39317 Wm Treacy, 20 years, 5'9.5", b. Roscomn, Catholic, recommended Sub Insp Hayes, none [trade], allocated 7 Apl 73. served Wicklow 31 Oct 73, dismissed 20 Febr 1875 37523D/9321, served 1 year 10 months

 

20 December 1874 (FJ) Constabulary Intelligence...Sub-constable William Tracey has been transferred from Bray to Roundwood.

 

National School Registers

Lizzie Tracy, b. 1869, 1875, Wicklow

Lizzie Tracy, b. 1869, 1876, Wicklow

 

1876 & 1897 Reports of One Hundred & Ninety Cases in the Irish Land Courts

Tracey. Landlord and Tenant (Ireland} Act, 1870, section 69 — A letting of the grass, with the use of the houses, as a temporary convenience to such letting, for one year certain…The said Morgan Tracey is to have for tillage the Minister's Hill, ...

 

23 May 1877 (FJ) Popes Jubilee

Arklow...2s6d...Michael Tracy...

 

April 1878 Baltinglass Treacy v Dick [see Rathvilly & Rooske Kildare]

Mr. Michael Treacy, the claiment held lands at Kiltegan, Barony of Upper Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow from Mr. W.W. Fitzwilliam Dick M.P. The lands were originally held by Mr. Patrick Treacy, the father of the present claiment. From 1828 to his death in 1875 he was a tenant from year to year. The land comprised 90a 3r 6p, at a rent of £97 per year, with a valuation of £75

 

19 April 1878 (FJ) Important Land Case - Baltinglass

...notice to quit on the 29th September 1877...I am 48 years of age, and got the land from my father as a "marriage article"...1873...Now, there was no better farm in the county than Tracy's...

 

24/25/26 April 1878 Freemans Journal

The Kiltegan Land Case

Mr. Michael Treacey…claim for £1950 compensation…James Treacey, the brother of the claimant…a sum of £600 had been offered…to save litigation

 

June 29, 1878 Nation

Baltinglass Land Case - Treacy v. Fitzwilliam Dick

 

29 June 1878 (N) Baltinglass Land case - Treacy v. William Dick

In this case, which was argued some time ago before Mr. Wall, chairman of the county Wicklow judgement has just been given at Balinglass. The chairman awarded the claimant £530/11/6, against which there is a set off 1.5 years rent. His worship reserved the question of costs until the Wicklow sessions, to be held in a few days. - Free- of Tuesday

 

Workings of the Landlord and Tenant (Ireland) Act, 1870 : volume II: digest of evidence: minutes of evidence: part I

23 Nov 1880 Dublin, Mr. Michael Tracey. 1146

Mr. Michael Tracey, Roosk, Maynooth Cos Kildare and Wicklow - Dublin

Is a tenant on Duke of Leinster's estate, having bought interest in a farm held by Leinster lease, 36283-90. Was evicted from farm on Dick's estate, in Wicklow, on which his father had built and improved 36291-96. Got £500 compensation, but £100 went for costs, 36297-99. Particulars of land case, and as to condition of farm and his offer to take it at a fair valuation, 36299-309. Eviction of occupiers under middleman on Dick's estate, 30310-14. Anything over Griffiths valuation is a rack-rent at present, 36315-17. Rents should be fixed by Arbitration, 36318-20. Description of losses incured on farm. Rent paid out of capital, and no abatement given, 36321-25.

https://www.virtualtreasury.ie/item?isadgReferenceCode=EPPI%201251031

 

30 October 1879 Freeman's Journal

.. Margaret Tracy, and John WmLu>As. - These were ejectments on the title for houses in Chapel-lane, Arklow, which the defendants held as tenants from year to year. ...

 

October 1879 Advertisement

Thorough servant...never been from home before...Address Mary Murphy, care of Mr. M. Treacy, Upper street, Arklow

 

1881 British Census

James Tracy, 22 years, farmers son, born Wicklow, Nephew of head of Household, Marsala Burgess, Furniture Shop, Hawthorn St, Bollin Fee, Cheshire.

Marsala Burgess, Head, Widow, F, 54, Furniture Broker, Wicklow

Elizabeth Burgess, Daughter, Single, F, 26, Wilmslow, Cheshire

Michael Tracey, 34 years, Iron miner, born Coy Wicklow, border; Jane St., Arlecdon, Cumberland.

 

1881 Census - Moor Street, Arlecdon, Cumberland, England

James Tracey     Head   M         38        Iron Miner

Ellen Tracey       Wife    F          30        Ireland

Patrick Tracey    Son      M         8          Ireland

Catherine Tracey           Daughter         F          7          Ireland

Thomas Tracey Son      M         5         

John Tracey       Son      M         3         

Michael Tracey Son      M         1         

John Bryne        Boarder           M         30        Ireland

 

          [Note: Alecdon, Cumberland also has Traceys miners who may have been from Down. Other Traceys are living with their in-laws the Doyles]

 

1882 Return of judicial rents

G. Selvey of Tinnakilly Wicklow, landlord J. Treacey, 25a/0r/0p, poor valuation £13/5/0, old rent £30/13/2, new rent £17/0/0

J. Hegarty of Tinnakilly Wicklow, landlord J. Treacey, 55a/0r/9p, poor valuation £13/0/0, old rent £20/0/0, new rent £14/0/0

 

February 1884 Bray Boat Accident

Proceeds of collection at concert, Presbyterian Band of Hope...Miss Tracy, Hillview, £1, Miss M. Tracy, Hillview, £1...

 

February/March 1884 Matthew Tracy, Bankrupt [see Dublin]

He was a carpenter and ship owner in Oriel street and was indebted to Mr Graham, a merchant in Beresford place. He had been engaged in purchasing a vessel called the Elderwater, lying at Whitehaven. He had gone to Newport but was returned on a warrant from Dublin. He was discharged after Mrs. Doyle, his mother-in-law from Arklow, paid the debt, with funds he had sent her. He had been in partnership with Mr. M'Kenzie, shipbroker,

 

28 July 1885 Freeman's Journal

.. Michael Treacy, Arklow...

 

1 September/October 1885 Freeman's Journal

Advertisement.. Denis Treacy, Upper Main St, Arkow.

 

May 1886 Thorough Servant

A young country girl, not out before, requires situation; can wash and do plain cooking; can milk if required; can be well recommended. Address Mary Tracy, Post-office, Arklow.

 

23rd August 1890 South Wales Daily News

Religion And Law In Ireland. At Arklow, on Thursday, several persons were sentenced to one mouth's imprisonment each for assaults in connection with the religious riots in Arklow. After Mr Kennedy, R.M., had mentioned the sentence, one of the defendants, named John Tracey, jumped on a table and attempted to assault the Rev Mr Hallows, who was sitting on one of the side benches. The greatest excitement ensued. The court was crowdod with fishermen just returned from the south coast, and a riot seemed imminent. The building was, however, cleared by order of the resident magistrate, quiet was ,n this way partly restored. The Mr Hallowes and the witnesses in the case: the Protestant side were groaned to their homes after the proceedings concluded.

August 1890 Religious Disturbance at Arklow

...Defendant Treacy made a spring towards Rev. Mr. Hallowes in the court...

31 October 1890 New Zealand Tablet

Wicklow.— Sectarian feeling is running high in Arklow just now, consequent on the invasion of street preachers. On a trumped-up-charge of assault James Mooney, Patrick Neill, John Tracey, Michael Redmond, and William Neill, were sentenced to one month each. After the sentence was passed John Tracey attacked the preachers in the court, and one of the liveliest fights seen in Arklow ensued. Police, fishermen, preachers, and prisoners thumped away at a great rate. Father Farrelly succeeded in quieting the people.

 

April 1891 Cycle Query

...G.H. Treacy, cycle agent, Ovoca...

 

October 17, 1891  The Irish Standard (Minneapolis, Minn.)

Wicklow. On Wednesday, Sept., 9th, the interesting ceremony of religious reception was held in the Presentation Convent, Castlecomer, county Kilkenny. The young lady who was received was Miss Treacy, of Lisconman, county Wicklow (in religion Sister Mary Stanislaus). The Very Rev. Canon Coady, P. P., presided at the ceremony. Among the clergy present were Rev. T. Kehoe, P. P., Ballyadams Rev Carrol, C. Castlecomer Rev. J. Prendergast, C. C. do Rev. P. Downey, C, C. Mullinavat Rev. J. Walsh, C. C. Muckalee, &c. A very large number of the friends of Miss Treacy also attended.

 

1891 UK Census [see also 1911]

Wm Henry Tracey, head, 57 years, b. Wicklow, Whitehaven, Cumberland

Agnes Tracey, wife, 38 years, b. Wicklow, Whitehaven, Cumberland

 

Summer Assizes 1892

Associated Cesspayers...Barony Of Shillelagh...Peter Tracey, Liscolman, Tullow...

 

Police Gazette

Miss Jane Tracy, Burglary or House Breaking, 30 Mar 1892, Bray Great, Bray, Rathdown, Wicklow  (see William Samuel Tracy)

 

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.

 

Elizabeth Jane Tracey, Arklow Wicklow Ireland, 1921, 39 years, b. Dublin Ireland. From cousin: Mrs Redmond, Glenbrook Arklow Ireland. To cousin: Mrs Ellie Fearon, 16 Summer St Charlestown Boston Mass

 

Morgan Treacy, Buenos Aires Argentina, Penmorvah 29 Mar 1923, 28 years, Nationality: Irish British AB, 5'4", 10st7lb, tattoo right arm [b. Arklow Wicklow]

 

Patrick Tracey, Dublin Ireland, 1923, 29 years, married, shipwright, 5’9” fresh complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, lived Dublin Ireland. . Lived US 1911/1919. Father: Patrick Tracey, The Mall, Arklow, Co. Wicklow. To friend Patrick O’Neill 29 Belmount Ave Staten Island New York. b. Arklow Ireland. [see Mary Tracey 29 wife and Mary W Tracey 1 daughter] [Stamped Not Counter written Vol Ret]

Mary Tracey, Dublin Ireland, 1923, 28 years,  wife, 5’5”, pale complexion, black hair, brown eyes, lived Dublin Ireland. Lived US 1911/1919. Father-in-law: Patrick Tracey, The Mall, Arklow, Co. Wicklow. To friend Patrick O’Neill 29 Belmount Ave Staten Island New York. b. Clare Ireland.  [see Patrick Tracey 29 husband, Mary W Tracey 1 daughter] [Stamped Not Counter written Vol Ret]

Mary W. Tracey, Dublin Ireland, 1923, 1 years, lived Dubline Ireland. Grandfather: Patrick Tracey, The Mall, Arklow, Co. Wicklow. To friend Patrick O’Neill 29 Belmount Ave Staten Island New York. b. Arklow Ireland.  [see Patrick Tracey 29 husband, Mary Tracey 28 wife] [Stamped Not Counter written Vol Ret]

Patrick Tracey, Clare Ireland, 1923, 30 years, married, shipwright, 5’9” fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, lived Co. Clare Ireland. Father: Patrick Tracey, Wicklow Ireland. To brother in law Joseph Considene, 292 West 142 St New York. b. ?sklow [Arklow] Ireland.  [see Mary Tracey 29 wife and Mary W Tracey 2 daughter]

Mary Tracey, Clare Ireland, 1923, 29 years, wife, 5’5”, dark complexion, black hair, brown eyes, lived Co. Clare Ireland. Father: Patrick Tracey, Wicklow Ireland. To brother Joseph Considene, 292 West 142 St New York. b. Dromelihy [Drumellihy] Ireland.  [see Patrick Tracey 30 husband, Mary W Tracey 2 daughter]

Mary W. Tracey, Clare Ireland, 1923, 2 [1y10m] years, daughter, fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes, lived Co. Clare Ireland. [grand]Father: Patrick Tracey, Wicklow Ireland. To uncle Joseph Considene, 292 West 142 St New York. b. Dromelihy [Drumellihy] Ireland.  [see Patrick Tracey 30 husband, Mary Tracey 29 wife]

 

Rhode Tracy, [Mr] Wicklow (Ireland), 1892, 32 years, farmer, Wicklow [New York rubbed out] to New York [Rhode Tracy 32, Thos Tracy 29] [also Dennis McGillicuddy, Wicklow to Boston]

Thos Tracy, Wicklow (Ireland), 1892, 29 years farmer, Wicklow [New York rubbed out] to New York [Rhode Tracy 32, Thos Tracy 29] [also Dennis McGillicuddy, Wicklow to Boston]

 

United States Naturalization Petitions

Daniel Tracy, born 17 Jun 1903 Arklows,[Arklow Wicklow] Ireland. Naturalised 1949 Brooklyn, Kings, New York. Spouse's Mary Tracy born 15 Aug 1898 Children Cecelia Tracy born 06 Mar 1938

Elizabeth Jane Tracy, born 06 Jan 1884 Dublin, Ireland (lived Co Wicklow). Naturalised 1925 Charlestown, Massachusetts

John Treacy, born 03 Dec 1898 Wicklow, Ireland. Naturalised 1939 New York NY. Spouse's Mary Treacy born ? Dec 1897, child Daniel Treacy born 27 Dec 1929 [from Arklow]

William Tracey, born 16 Aug 1907 Arklow, [Wicklow] Ireland. Naturalised 1937 New York, NY. Spouse's Netty Tracey born Mar/1909

 

22 August 1893 London Gazette

August 18, 1893: Sorting Clerks and Telegraph learners, George Treacy (Castlebar) [Note: born Wicklow]

 

28th April 1895

Denis Treacy (1895, Apr. 28), congratulating Redmond on his manly but unsuccessful fight in the East Wicklow election and enclosing a letter he received from his father who is an voter in Arklow. He also assures Redmond that it was ‘Dr Walsh, A[rch]bishop of Dublin and the clergy [who] won the election not O’Kelly’;

MS 15,238/6 Papers of John Redmond NLI

I.D.I., 1 May 1895. Redmond had received from a Denis Treacy, a sympathizer in Manchester, a letter sent to him by his father, Michael Treacy of Arklow, which showed the influence of the anti-Parnelite chergy on uneducated voters: ‘I say the man that gowes and gives his vote against his Bishop and priests is doing wrong. Remember when Sickness and death comes how fond you or me will be to see our good priest that we voted against in our Healthy days and at that last moment how…”

Redmond: The Parnellite by Dermot Meleady. Cork University Press, 2008

 

May 1896 Retirement of Sargeant John Treacy, R.I.C. Hollyford after 30 years service. Mr. and Mrs. Treacy intend to settle down in the Vale of Ovaco, Co. Wicklow.

 

1866 RIC Service [Retired to Ovoca, Wicklow see 1901 & 1911 Census]

John Treacy, 31648, b. 1847 Queens

 

31648 Jno Treacy, 19 years, 5'7.75", b. Queens, Roman Catholic, married 4/7/78 wife from Wexford 31648D/35758, recommended by B.W. Delany JP, laborer, allocated 7 May 1866, served Wexf 27 Oct 66 - Tip SR 20/10/78, P Acts Sergt 1.12.8? - P Sergt 1.1.86, Rewards & Punishments, Pensioned 1-6-96 31648D/15961, Cosmected? in Kilkenny

 

Avoca & Rathdrum Sessions

10/12/1896 Assault on Daniel Tracey of Arklow

 

31 October 1899 The London Gazette

October 27, 1899.

Without Competition.

Post Office

Learners...Lily Treacy (Ovoca) [see 1901 Census - Ballymurtagh, Ovoca, Wicklow and 1911 Census - Great Water Street, Longford, Longford]

 

British Postal Service Appointments

Lily Treacy, 1899, Ovoca [Wicklow]

Lily Treacy, 1900, Ovsea

Lily Treacy, 1905, Edgworthstown [Longford]

Lily Treacy, 1908, Edgeworthstown [Longford]

Lily Treacy, 1908, Longford

James Treacy, 1911, Rathdrum Ovoca

 

Apr 23, 1900 (IT)

Lady can recommend her cook; R.C. wages £3 - M. Tracy, Rosanagh?, Rathnew, Wicklow.

 

1900 (302) Irish Land Commission (Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act, 1891). - Wicklow

March 3 1900, George Tracy, purchaser, RWW Littletate, vendor, Knockanode, 12a3r3p, £11.10.0 valuation, £10.10.0 rent, £189 purchase price and advance, £38 deposit

 

October 05, 1901 The Irish standard (Minneapolis, Minn.) [see 1901 census]

Wicklow. In Arklow, up to Sept. 8, a feeling of deep consternation was rife over the long-continued absence of the Water Bird, a twenty-ton registered fishing boat, with a crew of eight hands on board. The smack had left the Shetlands a fortnight previously, Where she had been engaged in the herring fishery. She was accompanied, for over half the journey to Arkiow, by the Nil Desperandum, which had arrived during the previous week. The worst fears are entertained for the fate of the Water Bird, and it is believed that she and her crew are lost. The crew consisted of the following eight fishermen from Arkiow: Dan Treacy, captain Andrew Kelly, Michael Browne, Arthur Byrne, William Browne, Hugh Kennedy, James Byrne, Thomas Murphy, William Crooke. Mrs. Hanaghan, Arkiow, is the owner of the missing boat.

 

 

 1901 Census of Ireland

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

 

 

Apr 6, 1905 (IT) In Memoriam [Wicklow?]

Treacy - In loving memory of our dear dad, R. [Richard] ??? Treacy, Ballymurtagh House, who left us for ??? Glory, April 6th 1903; his memory sweet ??? always be to his loving daughters, Lottie [Charlotte] and ??? Lilian. [Lily]

 

February 1907 - Mr. Dagg, the Clerk of the No.2 District Council at Baltinglass was granted at the last meeting an increase of salary...Mr. Tracey proposed a direct negative, but finally an increase of £11 was passed.

 

Jul 4, 1907 & Sep 2, 1907 (IT)

Wanted situation as Housemaid, town or country; good needlewoman; single, free the 25th; please state terms. - G. Tracy, Greystones Post Office, Co. Wicklow.

Oct 30, 1907 & Nov 14, 1907 (IT)

Two young women require situations one as HP maid of single housemaid, good needlewoman, disengaged 21st, wages £18 to £20; country preferred; other as Lady's maid or children's maid, good dressmaker, wages £16 £18, disengaged 11th town or country, highly recommended. Apply G. Tracy and M. Horan, Kilbegnet, Creggs, Co. Roscommon.

 

29 Nov 1907 The Church of Ireland Gazette

Parish of rathdrum. On the 19th Inst. a very interesting lecture was given in the Parochial Hall in aid of the Dublin Medical Mission, the speakers being the Rev. Wyndham Guinness M.A. (Chairman), Mrs. Figgis, and Mr. Tracey.

 

Return of advances under the Purchase of Land (Ireland) Act - Estate of The Earl of Wicklow 1903

26/3/1908 James Treacey of Knockanree Upr Wicklow, 24a/3r/15p, £10/15/0, rent £7/10/0, Judical, purchase £174, advance £174

 

May 22, 1908 (IT) Land Commission Judgements

District of Baltinglass No.3 - R. Treacy v. Mrs Pigott £220; £164 10s. Raised to £170 7s.

 

Jun 1, 1908 (FJ) 98 Memorial Unveiling Cememony at Enniscorthy

Arklow Foresters...including...M. Treacy, S.CR...Irish National Foresters' Benefit Society, Robert Emmet Costume Association, No.1...J. Tracy, Vice-president...

 

Aug 1, 1908 (FJ)

Parish of Arklow...1s...O. Tracey...

 

Jul 31, 1909 (FJ) Parish of Arklow...1s...Mr. M. Tracey...

 

Jan 29, 1909 (FJ) Disasters in Italy

Parish of Blessington...2s...Miss Annie Tracy...

 

Jan 26, 1910 (FJ) Land Commission Judgments

District of Baltinglass No.3...D. Treacy v. same [Miss Archbold] £7.10s; £4.19s. Confirmed. [First term case]

 

June 1910 - A verdict of death by inhaling sulphuretted hydrogen  was returned at an inquest on Daniel Molloy, who succumbed at Messrs. Kynoch's Chemical Works, Arklow a few days ago. Deceased, with Herman Hoyle, a foreman, and Ml. Tracey, labourer, was engaged removing some plates from the inside of a tower used for removing the arsenic from sulphuric acid...

Jun 1, 1910 (FJ) Sad Fatality at Arklow

...Messrs. Kynoch's Works...a workman named Daniel Molloy...Two men named Hoyle and Tracey, working nearby, ran to his assistance...

Jun 3, 1910 (FJ) The Arklow Fatality

...From the evidence of Herman Hoyle, a foreman, and Michael Tracey, labourer, who were working with the deceased...Tracey, who felt a bit dizzy with the odour from the place, got down on a bench on the outside, leaving Molloy standing on a ladder at the top of the tower. Tracey was about to assist Molloy in lowering the plate to the ground...[Hoyle] and Tracey went up the ladder and lifted Molloy down...

Jun 4, 1910 (IT) Workmans Death in Cordite Works

...Messrs Kynochs Works at Arklow...Daniel Molloy...Two men working near him named Hoyle and Tracey...

 

1910 Porters Directory

Arklow –

Patrick Tracey, Shipwright, Bay View, Ferry Bank

Town Commissioners: …P Tracey…

Aughrim - Ballyarthur

James Treacy Knockanree

Liscolman Townland Rath

Peter Tracey Farmer

Ovoca District

John Treacy Ballygahan

 

1910 + 3 Wicklow

Peter Tracey, farmer, Liscolman

 

 

1911 Census of Ireland

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

 

1911 English Census

William Henry Tracey, Age: 77, b. Castle Mc Adam County Wicklow, Egremont Whitehaven Cumberland

Agnes Tracey, Age: 57, b. Newtownards Ireland Resident, County Down, Egremont Whitehaven Cumberland 

 

Jan 25, 1911 (FJ) The Arklow Urban Council

...In proposing Lord Wicklow for the vice-chair, Mr. Treacy said they expected toleration...

 

3 March 1911 London Gazette

Postmen: James Treacy (Rathdrum)

 

Feb 10, 1912 (SS) Sad drowning at Courtmacsherry

...Richard Tracy deposed he was board the "Sea View" when he heard shouting...The deceased was a sailor [Peter Russell, aged 22, from Arklow] on board the schooner "Sea View" which came to Courtmacsherry on the 26th of January with a cargo of coal...

 

10 May 1913 Wicklow News-Letter

Mary McDonald, of Monalin, Newtownmountkennedy, in the county of Wicklow, Married Woman Plaintiff; And Patrick Tracey, of Shraghmore, in the County and Division of Wicklow, Farmer, Administrator of Andrew Tracey and Julia Tracey, Deceased Defendant. Pursuant to a Decree of His Honor the County Court Judge of the County of Wicklow ...The creditors of Andrew Tracey, late of Shraghmore, in the county of Wicklow, farmer who died in or about the 29th April 1895 and Julia Tracey, who died in or about the 15th of January 1904…

 

1913-1922 Military History

James Treacy or Seán Treasaigh of Mountbellew, Galway and Wicklow

James Treacy, Avoca Company, Wicklow

Kathleen Mary Morley nee Tracey, president Cumann na mBan Arlow Wicklow, Bay View Ferrybank Arklow Wicklow & The Mall Wicklow Wicklow & St. Jude's Galway Road Tuam Galway & Mullingar Westmeath

 

1914 London Wills

John Treacy of Ballygahan Avoca Wicklow Ireland died 18 March 1914. Administration London 28 May to Peter Treacy bank clerk. Effects £377.5.6

 

Dec 1, 1914 (FJ) Relief of the Afflicted Belgians

Arklow...1s...Mr. M. Treacy...Mr. Michael Treacy...Mr. T. Treacy...Avoca...2s...Thos Meegan...J. Treacy...1s...Mrs. Treacy...J. Treacy...

 

1914-1918 Ireland’s Memorial Records

John Treacy. Reg. No. 9100. Rank Private, 2nd Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds France 25/5/1915. Age 19 Born Clondalkin, Co. Dublin.

Son of Henry and Bridget Treacy of Danesrath, Clondalkin, Co. Dublin. Native of Athgraney, Hollywood, Co. Wicklow.

 

1915 Merchant Navy

Dan Treacy; rank/rating, Mate; age, 63; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Lydia Cardell of Fowey. Ship: Julia 1915

Daniel Treacy; rank/rating, Mate; age, 60; place of birth, Arlow; previous ship, same. Ship: Lydia Cardell 1915

J Treacy; rank/rating, Cook; age, 16; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, same. Ship: Lydia Cardell 1915

John Tracey; rank/rating, Master; age, 45; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Eller. Ship: May 1915

John Tracey; rank/rating, Master; age, 45; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Glenarm.  Ship: Eller 1915

John Tracey; rank/rating, Mate; age, 45; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, May of Belfast. Ship: Glenarm 1915

John Tracey; rank/rating, Mate; age, 45; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Islesman of Glasgow. Ship: May 1915

John Treacy; rank/rating, Cook and Ordinary Seaman; age, 17; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Lydia Cardell of Fowey.  Ship: Julia 1915

John Treacy; rank/rating, Cook; age, 14; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, same ship. Ship: Glenarm 1915

John Treacy; rank/rating, Mate; age, 45; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, same ship. Ship: Glenarm 1915

John Treacy; rank/rating, Ordinary Seaman; age, 27; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Julie of Padstow. Ship: Lydia Cardell 1915

John Treacy; rank/rating, Steward; age, 19; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, first ship. Ship: Glenarm 1915

M Tracy; rank/rating, Able Seaman; age, 20; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Euterpe. Ship: Raloo 1915

Morgan Tracy; rank/rating, Able Seaman; age, 21; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Netherton of Teignmouth Ship: Cymric 1915

Morgan Treacy; rank/rating, Able Seaman; age, 28; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Netherton. Ship: Netherton 1915

Morgan Treacy; rank/rating, Able Seaman; year of birth, 1893; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Rallus. Ship: Erica 1915

Myles Treacy; rank/rating, 1st Mate; age, 45; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Islesman. Ship: Islesman 1915

Myles Treacy; rank/rating, Master; age, 47; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Eller. Ship: Eller 1915

Myles Treacy; rank/rating, Mate; age, 45; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Ilesman of Glasgow. Ship: Eller 1915

Myles Treacy; rank/rating, Mate; age, 47; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, same ship. Ship: Eller 1915

Norgan Treacy; rank/rating, Able Seaman; age, 20; place of birth, British; previous ship, Erica. Ship: Netherton 1915

Patrick Tracey; rank/rating, Ordinary Seaman Cook; year of birth, 1898; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Erica of Dublin.  Ship: Olwen 1915

Patrick Treacy; rank/rating, Boy; age, 14; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, same ship. Ship: Eller 1915

Patrick Treacy; rank/rating, Boy; age, 15; place of birth, Coaltown; previous ship, first ship. Ship: Pacific 1915

Patrick Treacy; rank/rating, Ordinary Seaman Cook; year of birth, 1900; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, same ship. Ship: Erica 1915

Patrick Treacy; rank/rating, Orindary Seaman and Cook; year of birth, 1900; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Pacific. Ship: Erica 1915

Patrick Treacy; rank/rating, Steward; age, 13; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, first ship. Ship: Eller 1915

R Tracey; rank/rating, Lamptrimmer and Able Seaman; age, 31; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, same. Ship: Raloo 1915

R Tracey; rank/rating, Lamptrimmer and Able Seaman; age, 31; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, same. Ship: Raloo 1915

Richard O Tracy; rank/rating, Mate; age, 31; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Velenheli of Dublin Ship: Orphan Girl 1915

Richard Tracey; rank/rating, mate; year of birth, 1884; place of birth, Arklow; last ship, SS Rallo. Ship: Velinheli 1915

Richard Treacy; rank/rating, Able Seaman; age, 31; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Ellen of Chester. Ship: Glenarm 1915

Richard Treacy; rank/rating, Able Seaman; age, 31; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Harrow. Ship: Eller 1915

Richard Treacy; rank/rating, Able Seaman; age, 31; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, Reventazon. Ship: Harrow 1915

Richard Treacy; rank/rating, Able Seaman; age, 31; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, same ship. Ship: Harrow 1915

Richard Treacy; rank/rating, Sailor; age, 31; place of birth, Arklow; previous ship, O?gine. Ship: Reventazon 1915

 

WW1 Merchant Seamen Medal Cards. BT 351/1

James Treacy, b. 1894 Wicklow

John Tracey, b. 1870  Arklow

John Treacy, b. 1898 Arklow

Michael  Tracey, b. 1886 Arklow

Morgan Treacy, b. 1895 Arklow

Patrick  Tracey, b. 1899 Arklow

1918-1941 Merchant Navy Seamen

*Dan Treacy, b. 1902 Arklow Wicklow

Daniel Treacy, b. 1903 Arklow Wicklow

Daniel Treacy, b. 1903 Arklow Wicklow

Denis Treacy, b. 1912 Arklow Wicklow

Dennis Treacy, b. 1912 Arklow Wicklow

*James Treacy, b. 1899 Arklow Wicklow

James Treacy, b. 1901 Arklow Wicklow

James Treacy, b. 1901 Arklow Wicklow

*John Tracey, b. 1902 Arklow Wicklow

*John Tracey, b. 1902 Arklow Wicklow

*John Treacy, b. 1898 Arklow Wicklow

John Treacy, b. 1898 Arklow Wicklow

Matthew Tracey, b. 1901 Arklow Wicklow

Matthew Treacy, b. 1901 Arklow Wicklow

*Morgan Treacy, b. 1895 Arklow Wicklow

*Patrick Treacy, b. 1899 Arklow Wicklow

*Patrick Treacy, b. 1901 Arklow Wicklow

Patrick Treacy, b. 1902 Arklow Wicklow

Patrick Treacy, b. 1905 Arklow Wicklow

R Treacy, b. 1884 Arklow Wicklow

*Richard Treacy, b. 1884 Arklow Wicklow

*Richd Treacey, b. 1884 Arklow Wicklow (Julia Treacey, Well Lane, Arklow)

*Thomas Treacy, b. 1884 Arklow Wicklow

[Note: * = photo . http://www.irishmariners.ie/]

 

1914 The Gas World [see Sologhead Tipperary]

Mr. M. [Martin] Treacy, manager of the Cairrick-on-Suir gasworks, has been appointed manager to the Wicklow Gas Company, in place of Mr. W. Ewing,

1917 The gas world year book

Carrick-on-Suir & Wicklow

G.W. Anderson, M.J. (or T.) Treacy, R.B. Anderson

1931 The Gas World Year Book

Fermoy M. Treacy

Tipperary Carrick-on-Suir (3) T. J. Treacy, owner.

 

Oct 21, 1916 & Oct 28, 1916 (IT) Rescue from Drowning

...Mr Martin Tracey, gas manager, Wicklow, saved the life of a boy named Robert Culbert, Strand street, Wicklow...Mr. Tracey jumped in and brought him ashore in an unconscious condition.

23 Oct 1916 Irish Independant

Mr Martin Tracey, gas manager, Wicklow saved the life of a boy named Robt Culbert, Strand Street, who had accidentally fallen into the harbour.

 

1917 USA Draft Registration  

Patrick Tracy b. 10 Dec 1894 [or 1884] Arklow [Wicklow] Ireland, ships ??? New England Steamship Co, father & mother dependants, single, lives 292 W142 NY NY

William Joseph Tracey b. 12 Apr 1892 Arklow Wicklow Ireland, machinist, partially support father & mother in Ireland, single, declared intention to naturalise, lives 292 W 142 St NY

 

1917-1921 service medal - James Treacy, Avoca Company, Wicklow

James Treacy

Addresses

Kilmagig, Avoca Wicklow

Castlemacadam, Avoca Wicklow

[1911 Census - Knockanree Upper, Ballyarthur, Wicklow]

Date of birth                1886-09-18

Civilian occupation: Postman

Notes: File relates to successful application for Service (1917-1921) Medal. Medal issued 8 March 1948. Duly awarded certificate signed 26 September 1960. Subject claims to have worked as a postman and British civil servant while working for the secret service of the Irish Republican Army. Associated file DP23022 : File relates to unsuccessful application by subject for Special Allowance under the Army Pensions Acts. File includes: social welfare reports, signed statements regarding application for said allowance, reports regarding the means and level of income of subject and documentation relating to the non payment of allowance. Application rejected on the grounds of means.

Data Protection Note Partly closed

Organisation                Irish Republican Army

Rank             Unknown

Commanding Officer(s)             John Louth

Company      Avoca Company

Medal awarded           Service (1917-1921) Medal

File Reference             MD8111

 

13 July 1918 (AC) Cavan Technical Committee [see Cavan]

...A letter was received from the Department adverting to the short course of instruction in woodworking conducted in Bailieboro by Mr. T.J. Treacy...[Secretary awaiting reports and accounts] had received a letter from Mr. Treacy stating he was in the doctor's hands, and to send on his salary...His class was finished and he said he was going to a special session in Dublin, and then to take his holidays...he was very sorry he could not go to the meeting, as he was suffering from an attack of influenza. The letter was dated from Wicklow, where Mr. Treacy lived.

Dec 6, 1930 (MC) The Mountnugent Tragedy

Manual Instructors sad fate....Mr. Timothy J. Treacy...Deceased came to the district about twelve months ago and lodged at Lisnabrinia, Mountnugent in the house of Bartle Lynch. He was aged about 53 years. He was very popular in the district and was a very capable official...The funeral on Sunday was very largely attended. The deceased was a native of Co. Wicklow. [Tipperary? 1901 census Carlow]

 

1919 Catholic Bulletin

Convention held at 10 Exchequer St Dublin on Wednesday April 18…

Delegates…Arklow…Miss Kathleen M. Treacy…

 

 

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Plunkett’s Brigade

 

Neil "Plunkett" O’Boyle’s Tir-Chonaill Flying Column which operated in North/West Wicklow from November 1922 to May 1923

 

The column consisted of Séamas Ó Cáinte, Mícheál Ó Coileáin, Criostóir de Barra, Pádraig Raghallaigh, Bearnárd Corcáin, Dan Mac aoidh, F. Plléimeann, Pádraig Ó Seanáin, Séamas Mac Murchú, Pádraig Ó Feargaill, Séamas Ó Maoilaoidh, Séan Mac Reámoinn agus Seán Treasaigh (of Mountbellew, Galway).

 

The column was arrested on the 15th May 1923 in a house near Granabeg, Ballyknockan districk. Plunkett was killed and the rest were taken prisoner.

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Tir-Chonaill Flying Column

 

Aug 2, 1920 (FJ)

Parish of Avoca...1s...Mrs Treacy...J. Treacy...W. Treacy...

 

Kathleen Mary Morley nee Tracey, president Cumann na mBan Arlow Wicklow, Bay View Ferrybank Arklow Wicklow & The Mall Wicklow Wicklow & St. Jude's Galway Road Tuam Galway & Mullingar Westmeath