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

 

 

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Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects

http://www.igp-web.com/Carlow/Site_index.htm

 

The Traceys of Carlow can trace their history back to the beginning of historical records, as Carlow formed part of the territory of the Uí Bairrche. In Carlow there is Traceys crossroads (east of Fighting Cocks on the Carlow-Ballon road), named after the Traceys.

 

circa 1305 Ormond Deeds 

391. B Milo Albus grants to Nicholas Harper clerk, and his heirs, a house with a place in the tenement of Jordan de Exonia called Balyk[eh]in, lying from the house of said Nicholas to the highway, paying yearly a penny or a pair of white gloves, value a penny, at Easter. Witnesses : Sir William, vicar of Stradbaly, William Esmer, Thomas Hayrun, Haye Goch, Walter the clerk, son of Ralph, Richard Ylger, Wm. Tracy.

 

Elizabeth I

1566 10th July

Pardon to ... Edmund O Trasy of Ballynebranaghe (Ballynabranaghe, Carlow)

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

 

Genealogical Abstracts

Mary Tracy, 1747, Carlow

Richard Tracy, 1770, Carlow

 

Finns Leinster Journal 1767-1771 contained many advertisements in linen bleachers. The principal one John Kinsella, John Street who announced that he had acquired a bleaching green lately held by Mr. L. Chappelair, William Shaw, Piltown, Thomas Reynolds, The Wheet Sheaf Inn, Gerald Fitzgerald, Brazen Head Inn, William Treacy, Carlow, Thomas Bibby, Kilkenny, Agent.

Linen Weaving in Kilkenny in 18th Century by Pat Walsh

https://kilkennyarchaeologicalsociety.ie/

 

10 Oct 1770 Memorial No: 183161

Lease between Daniel & Sarah Denny and Thomas Warren of City of Dublin, for properties in Carlow town

occupier Richard Tracy, near Burren Street town of Catherlogh Carlow

 

25 April 1772 Fee Farm Grant for property at Stephen's Green

Columbine Lee Carre of Benegary [Bennekerry Ballinacarrig/Urglin], Co. Carlow, Esquire, of the first part; Rev. Edward Synge of Dublin, Clerke Archdeacon of Killaloe, of the other part Signed and sealed by both parties, witnessed by Arthur Dunne, John Kelly and Roger Treacy and registered by John MacAlee, Deputy Registrar at the Register's Office (Book 285, Page 593, Number 190750).

[Dublin Unitarian Church Collection RIA/DUC/2/SIN/10]

 

3 July 1781 (FJ) Married

Dr. St. John of Leighlin-bridge, co. Carlow, apothecary, to the most amicable, lovely and agreeable, Widow Tracy of Fishamble-street

6 July 1781 Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty

Married Dr. St. John, of the County carlow to the Widow Tracy, of Fishamble-street.

 

19 March 1783 (F) [see Dublin]

Jane Mellaver, Cullodee, Plaintiff. William Stuart, esq. Defendant

Abigail Tracy, Executrix of John Tracy, deceased, Plaintiff. same Defendant

The several Tenants of the Defendant's Estates in and about Leighlin Bridge, in the County of Carlow, granted in Custodiam to the Plaintiffs in those Causes are directed to pay their Rents and Arrears of Rent to Mr. James FitzGerald, of the Town of Carlow, Sadler, and to no other Person, he being empowdered by Letters of Attorney from Plaintiffs and by several Orders of Court to receive the same; and are cautioned that if they pay any Part of their Rents to the Defendant, they will be compelled to pay the same over again to the Plaintiffs or their said Agent. Henry Clarke, Plaintiffs' Attorney.

 

Betham’s Genealogical Abstracts [see Tullow CoI]

340 Nickson? Timothy of Ballymurphy Co Carlow Gent dated 1 Aug 1783 pd 21 Aug 1783, Brother Richard Nickson?, sisters Isabella Coates orse Nickson and Mary Nickson, brother John Nickson - relation Mrs Catherine Tracey Orse Twomly

 

Marriage Licence Bonds Diocese of Ossory 1739-1804

24 November 1791 Wm Ransford of Rathglass in the co. of Carlow, farmer and Mary Treacy of the parish of Comer [Castlecomer Kilkenny], spinster, both protestants

15 October 1797 Wm Treacy of Leighlin Bridge in the co. of Carlow, coal merchant, and Ann Bradley of Coolbawn in the parish of Comer [Coolbaun Castlecomer Kilkenny] spinster

Irish Genealogist, vol 8

 

1778-1790 Catholic Qualification Rolls

Robert Treany, Farmer, of Balleghane [Ballyloughan?] Co Carlow, 4th Sep 1786 Leinster Circuit Assizes Wexford

 

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.

 

1797 Oath of Allegiance

285, Tracey, France, Clonee

487, Tracy, Thomas, Lastgarvin

746, Tracey, James, Crowesgrove

798, Tracy, Michael, Kilbride

799, Tracy, William, Kilbride

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlcar2/Oath_1797_2.htm

 

1798 Subscribers:

Master Francis Tracy, Camolin-Park or Francis Tracy, Esq, Camolin-Park [Wexford] [May have been from Carlow]

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

[Note: Gordon also wrote a book on the 1798 rebellion]

 

1804

Patrick Nowlan maketh Oath that he usually resides at Ballon in the Parish of Ballon in the Barrony of Forth in the County of Carlow and will appear in his proper person in Open Court to prosecute Patrick Kinsela, Michael Maher, William Treacy, Owen Redmond.

(signed ) being first truly read to Patrick Nowlan ~ Patrick, his X mark,  Nowlan, Taken and Acknowledged before me this 18th day of July 1804  ( signed )

 

June 1805

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

Ms. 11,062/20 Ormond Family Papers NLI

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

Ms. 11,062/21 Ormond Family Papers NLI

 

 

 

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Manuscript: Challenge to a Duel, addressed to Edward Nowlan, Balaghmoon, Carlow June 30th 1810, take notice that you must meet me at Carlow in the Barrack yard tomorrow morning at the hour of ten o'clock in the fore noon of said day to finish the dispute between you and me. John Tracy [of Lisgarvan]. With statement made by Edwardian Nowlan, Lisgarian? before Robert Cornwall, magistrate, and signed by both men, as a m/ss, w.a.f. (1)

Sold for €140

Mealy’s Rare Book Sale Dublin 10 December 2013

 

Court evidence regarding duel, 1810

County of Carlow to wit

The examination of Edward Nowlan of Ballaghmore in said County Farmer who being duly sworn on the Holy Evangelists and examined saith that for some time past John Tracy of Lisgarvin in said County Labourer hath made frequent threats that he would ill use Examt. [Examinant] & frequently challanged him to fight and on the 24th day of June last the said John Tracy challanged Examt. [Examinant] to meet and fight him on the Friday following at Ballaghmore aforesd. [aforesaid] to which Examinant paid no attention and saith that yesterday the first Inst. [Instant] Percy Nowlan of Cappah Servant, came up to Examt. [Examinant] on the public road on the lands of Ballaghmore and delivered Examt. [Examinant] the paper writing hereunto annexed & which is in the words following – “June 30th 1810. Take notice that you must meet me at Carlow in the Barrick yard tomorrow morning at the Hour of Ten O Clock in the four noon of said day to decide the dispute between you & me. John Tracy Lisgarvin. Edward Nowlan Ballaghmore” and saith from the frequent threats of John Tracy Examt. [Examinant] is in dread & fear of his life & that he will do him some bodily harm.

Edw. X Nowlan

his mark

Sworn before me this 2d July 1810

truly read

Robt. Cornwall

https://www.flickr.com/photos/delanyarchive/12794930683

 

 

 

 

Ireland-Australia Transportation

Name

Reb

Ship

Tried

Trial Place

Term

DOB

Native Place

DOD

Death Place

Remarks

Michael Tracy

 

Providence I (1811)

1806

Carlow Co

Life

1783

 

 

 

 

 

TRACY, Michael (TINSELL, TRACEY) (ABGR 23222) Born c1778 as he gave his age as 33 years on arrival in Australia, in 1811.

Michael was sentenced to transportation for Life when he was tried in County Carlow, in March 1806.

He received a Ticket of Leave, number 843, the date unknown.

Michael married Mary Brine (BRIEN) in 1813. (Historical BDM's numbers V18131451 3A/1813)

When the 1814 Muster took place, he was recorded as Michael Tinsell, a Convict Off Stores, for Drummond at Parramatta. (page 91, number 4027)

When the 1822 Muster took place Michael was a Labourer in Parramatta with a Ticket of Leave. (page 481, number A21231)

In the Muster of 1823-25 he was a Labourer in Parramatta with a Ticket of Leave. (page 577, number 43353)

When the 1828 Census for New South Wales took place Michael was a 45 year old Labourer in Parramatta with his wife, Mary, per Minstrel 1812, who was 35 years. Can find no trace of Mary Brine in Uebel's Records. (references T1088-89)

http://www.providenceconvictship.com/

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Thomas Tracey born Carlow, Carlow Served in 30th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 30, 1808-1822

Thomas Tracey 2/30th at Waterloo With Patrick of Dimlocking

Thomas Tracey b.1791 Carlow 30th 1805-1816 NO MGS medal. WO 118 vol 9s p.85 labourer

Thomas Tracey b. 1790 Carlow, Carlow 30th Foot 1808 – 1822WO120/25

Thomas Tracey b. 1790 Carlow 30th Foot discharged Jan 1823 (17yrs service with 3 in India and 2 for Waterloo) labourer WO116/33 Waterloo medal

Thos Tracey, born Carlow, 30th Regiment of Foot, residence 18 Dec 1822

Thirtieth Regiment of Foot - 18 Dec 1822 Thos Tracey, 32, private 14 3/12, India Service East 3 4/12, Waterlooo R Medal 2, Total 17 11/12, 9 rate of pay, debility? & Vicercal? Pains, born Carlow, do [labourer] [rest illegible]

 

Canadian military service

Jams Tracey born abt 1796 Keelon, Carlow - Canadian military service 17 Feb 1817

John Tracey born abt 1808 Dunlickney, Carlow - Canadian military service 6 Mar 1827

Philip Treacy born abt 1786 Meshall, Carlow - Canadian military service 30 Jan 1812

 

Canada, British Regimental Registers of Service

Jams Tracey, 21, b. abt 1796 Keelon Carlow, 17 Feb 1817 95th (later 96th) Foot Soldiers, 5'8.75", fresh complexion, grey eyes, fair hair, long face,

 

James Tracey 7th Fusiliers born circa 1797

4th March 1843...How long have you been a turnkey at Chester Castle —Three years and over. I have served in the seventh Fusiliers, and am a pensioner. We have rules to go by in the army, and we are told that if we do not obey them we shall be punished...

Parliamentary Papers, Volume 43

 

Return of the Officers of Chester Castle, December 13th 1845

James Tracey, 48 years, turnkey, appointed November 1839, salary £52, no emoluments

 

1851 Census - Bunce Street, Saint Mary-On-The-Hill, Cheshire, England

James Tracy Head       M            59           b. 1792 Ireland, Tumkey Chester Castle

Mary Tracy   Wife       F             57           Ireland

John Tracy    Son         M            12           Ireland

 

Canada, British Regimental Registers

John Tracey, 19, b. abt 1808 Dunlickney Carlow, 6 Mar 1827 43rd Foot Soldiers, 5'8", fresh complexion, blue eyes, brown hair, long face, labourer

 

Canada, British Regimental Registers of Service, 1756-1900

Philip Treacy, 26, b. abt 1786 Meshall Carlow, Military Date: 30 Jan 1812 3rd Foot Soldiers, 2nd Battalion, 5'4.75", mason, fresh complexion, dk brown hair, long face, grey eyes

 

1810 List of able men in the Barony of Idrone

Parish of Wells - Townland of Ballyknocken

Wm Tracey, gent.

Parish of Lorum - Townland of Heath

Thos Tracey, gen. Worker

Townland of Rathballnolleen

Thos Tracey, farmer

Parish of Augha - Townland of Ratheath

William Tracy, gen. Worker

Parish of Dunleckney - Townland of Kildrennagh

Patrick Tracy, gen. worker

Carlovina 1996, p.74-77 & 1998, p.14-15

 

5 April 1811 (FJ) Carlow Assizes - The King v. Francis Tracy

The prisoner Tracy was indicted for a burglary, murder and robbery in the dwelling home of James Sunderland, on the 20th of November last, at Ballyhill, in the co. Carlow...An alibi was provided by his brother-in-law James Kearney...After a deliberation of half an hour, the jury found him guilty of burglary but not of murder and robbery...The judge pronounced a sentence of death. 

 

18 April 1811 Saint James's Chronicle

Carlow Assizes

Francis Tracy was indicted for a burglary, murder and robbery, inthe dwelling house of James Sunderland, on the 26th of November last, at Ballehill, in the county of Carlow...James Kearney, brother-in-law to the prisoner, attended to prove an alibi...three weeks before [birth of Tracy's wife] a little girl...Catharine Kearney [mother-in-law]...Mr Conroy...who said the prisoner was in his employment...four of five years ago...conviction as to the burglary, and acquittal as to the murder and robbery...sentence of death upon the prisoner...

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

James Tracey/Treacy Born Leighlinbridge, Carlow Served in 7th Foot Regiment; 95th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 40 1817-1839

James Tracey, b. 1799 Carlow, Carlow

James Tracey, Cpl b. 1799 Leighlan bridge, Carlow, Carlow 95th Foot then 7th Foot labourer WO118/20

 

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

935 Ml Tracy 4

 

1817 to 1864

1. William Kepple, Lisgarvan Forth Carlow, 65a/2r/23p, £68.9.0 rent, Lease dated 2nd May 1817 from James Eustace and Edward Eustace to Thomas Tracey for 3 lives or 31 years. from the 1st day of May then last. Two of the said lives are now in being, namely, Edward Tracey, now aged about 56 years and Patrick Tracey, now aged about 52 years. The lease states the land to contain 40 acres plantation...rent £70...

 

 

Name

Reb

Ship

Tried

Trial Place

Term

DOB

Native Place

DOD

Death Place

Remarks

William

Nolan Nowlan Nowlin

Tracey Tracy Treacy 

 

John Barry (2) [1821]

 

Dublin City

14

1776

Carlow Co

 

 

Labourer

29 November 1820 (FJ)
Edward Heery, James Neyland, William Nowlan alias Tracey, and James Field, who were convicted at the last Commission for a burglary and robbery in the dwelling house of Captain Thompson at Upper Baggot-street, in August have (through the clemency of his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant) had the capital punishment commuted to transportation for life.
1831 William Nowlan/Tracey, -John Barry 2/ticket of leave cancelled

 

1822 Subscribers:

Mr. Mathew Tracey, Tinriland, Co. Carlow

Francis Frederick Hayd'n (1822) The medical mentor, and new guide to fashionable watering places. Carlow

 

1823 Hibernian Church Missionary Society

Leighlinbridge Chuch Missionary Association...Mrs Tracy and Mrs Thomas 2s6d...

 

1824 - Pigot & Co.'s Directory

Leighlin Bridge

James Tracey, Woolen Draper

Wm Tracey, Coal Merchant

 

1820s-1830s Tithe Records

Alphabetical

 By Area

 

Alice Tracy, Seskinamodra, Sliguff, Carlow, 1826

 

Andrew Tracey [& Jas Fitzmaurice both written in], Ardenteagle [Ardateggle], Killeshin, Queen's, 1828 [also written in pencil Leighlin bridge [Wells Carlow]]

 

Darby Treacy, Ballymartin, Clonygoose, Carlow, 1827

 

Dennis Preasy [Treasy], Agha, Affane, Waterford [Agha Carlow], 1826

 

Edward Treacy, Crannagh, Kiltennell, Carlow,

Edward Treacy, Killedmond, Kiltennell, Carlow,

Edward Treasy, Garryhill, Dunleckny, Carlow, 1825

Edward Treasy, Mountplesant, Fenagh, Carlow, 1826

Edwd Treacy, Raheenwood and Boldorough, Myshall, Carlow, 1827

Edwd Treary [Treasy], Mountplesant, Fenagh, Leitrim [Carlow], 1833

 

James Treary [Treasy], Mountplesant, Fenagh, Leitrim [Carlow], 1833

James Treasy, Mountplesant, Fenagh, Carlow, 1826

James Treasy, Neviney [Nurney], Affane, Waterford [Agha Carlow], 1826

 

John Tracey, Lisgarvan, Gilbertstown, Carlow, 1834

John Tracy, Ballyleen, Aghade [Ballon], Carlow, 1828

John Tracy-Griffin & Murphy, Ballyleen, Aghade [Ballon], Carlow, 1828

John Treacy, Nurney, Nurney, Carlow, 1826

John Treasy, Tullowbeg, Fenagh, Carlow, 1826

John Treasy, Tullowbegg [Tullowbeg], Fenagh, Leitrim, [Carlow] 1833

John Triasy [Treasy], Kehoes Square, Bagenalstown, Dunleckny, Carlow, 1825

 

M Tracy, Tullow Lands, Tullowphelim, Carlow, 1824

Michael Treasy, Mountplesant, Fenagh, Carlow, 1826

Michl Tracey, Rathmeague, Hacketstown, Carlow, 1823

Michl Tracey, Rathmege, Hacketstown, Carlow, [duplicate]

Michl Tracy, Nocknotubert, Barragh, Carlow, 1825

Michl Treacy, Raheenwood and Boldorough, Myshall, Carlow, 1827

Michl Treary [Treasy], Mountplesant, Fenagh, Leitrim [Carlow], 1833

 

Pat Tracy, Fankardstown [Tankardstown], Tullowphelim, Carlow, 1824

Patrick Treasy, Killdrena, Dunleckny, Carlow, 1825

 

Peter Tracy, Ardattin, Barragh, Carlow, 1825

Peter Tracy, Cranes, Barragh, Carlow, 1825

 

Thomas Keacy [Treacy] Dennmore, Loughbrackan, Meath [Donore, Lorum, Carlow], 1828

Thomas Treacy, Ballycormuck, Loughbrackan, Meath [Ballycormick, Lorum, Carlow], 1828

 

William Treacy, Oldtown, Nurney, Carlow, 1826

William Treany [Treacy], Ravendon [Rathvinden], Wells, Carlow, 1827

William Treasy, Pullowgreen [Tullowgreen] Gardens, Fenagh, Leitrim, [Carlow] 1833

William Treasy, Tullowbeg, Fenagh, Carlow, 1826

William Treasy, Tullowbegg [Tullowbeg], Fenagh, Leitrim, [Carlow] 1833

William Treasy, Tullowgreen Gardens, Fenagh, Carlow, 1826

Wm Ireary [Treasy], Ballynockan, Wells, Carlow, Kilkenny, 1824

 

 

Dennis Preasy [Treasy], Agha, Affane, Waterford [Agha Carlow], 1826

James Treasy, Neviney [Nurney], Affane, Waterford [Agha Carlow], 1826

 

John Tracy, Ballyleen, Aghade [Ballon], Carlow, 1828

John Tracy-Griffin & Murphy, Ballyleen, Aghade [Ballon], Carlow, 1828

 

Michl Tracy, Nocknotubert, Barragh, Carlow, 1825

Peter Tracy, Ardattin, Barragh, Carlow, 1825

Peter Tracy, Cranes, Barragh, Carlow, 1825

 

Darby Treacy, Ballymartin, Clonygoose, Carlow, 1827

 

Edward Treasy, Garryhill, Dunleckny, Carlow, 1825

John Triasy [Treasy], Kehoes Square, Bagenalstown, Dunleckny, Carlow, 1825

Patrick Treasy, Killdrena, Dunleckny, Carlow, 1825

 

Edward Treasy, Mountplesant, Fenagh, Carlow, 1826

Edwd Treary [Treasy], Mountplesant, Fenagh, Leitrim [Carlow], 1833

James Treary [Treasy], Mountplesant, Fenagh, Leitrim [Carlow], 1833

James Treasy, Mountplesant, Fenagh, Carlow, 1826

John Treasy, Tullowbeg, Fenagh, Carlow, 1826

John Treasy, Tullowbegg [Tullowbeg], Fenagh, Leitrim, [Carlow] 1833

Michael Treasy, Mountplesant, Fenagh, Carlow, 1826

Michl Treary [Treasy], Mountplesant, Fenagh, Leitrim [Carlow], 1833

William Treasy, Pullowgreen [Tullowgreen] Gardens, Fenagh, Leitrim, [Carlow] 1833

William Treasy, Tullowbeg, Fenagh, Carlow, 1826

William Treasy, Tullowbegg [Tullowbeg], Fenagh, Leitrim, [Carlow] 1833

William Treasy, Tullowgreen Gardens, Fenagh, Carlow, 1826

 

John Tracey, Lisgarvan, Gilbertstown, Carlow, 1834

 

Michl Tracey, Rathmeague, Hacketstown, Carlow, 1823

Michl Tracey, Rathmege, Hacketstown, Carlow, [duplicate]

 

Edward Treacy, Crannagh, Kiltennell, Carlow,

Edward Treacy, Killedmond, Kiltennell, Carlow,

 

Thomas Treacy, Ballycormuck, Loughbrackan, Meath [Ballycormick, Lorum, Carlow], 1828

Thomas Keacy [Treacy] Dennmore, Loughbrackan, Meath [Donore, Lorum, Carlow], 1828

 

Edwd Treacy, Raheenwood and Boldorough, Myshall, Carlow, 1827

Michl Treacy, Raheenwood and Boldorough, Myshall, Carlow, 1827

 

John Treacy, Nurney, Nurney, Carlow, 1826

William Treacy, Oldtown, Nurney, Carlow, 1826

 

Alice Tracy, Seskinamodra, Sliguff, Carlow, 1826

 

M Tracy, Tullow Lands, Tullowphelim, Carlow, 1824

Pat Tracy, Fankardstown [Tankardstown], Tullowphelim, Carlow, 1824

 

Andrew Tracey [& Jas Fitzmaurice both written in], Ardenteagle [Ardateggle], Killeshin, Queen's, 1828 [also written in pencil Leighlin bridge [Wells Carlow]]

Wm Ireary [Treasy], Ballynockan, Wells, Carlow, Kilkenny, 1824

William Treany [Treacy], Ravendon [Rathvinden], Wells, Carlow, 1827

 

 

Tithe Applotment

Barragh Civil Parish 7th Jan, 1825

Michl Tracy, Nocknotubert
Peter Tracy, Ardattin
Peter Tracy, Cranes

Tullowphelim (1825/8)

354, Patrick Tracy of Tankardstown, 16a 3r 1p @, 2/10½ £2.8.2

1833 Tithe Arrears in Myshall

Rahenwood & Buldoro        Arrears due for May 1st 1833               

Michl Tracey                                        1.0.3        

Edwd Tracey                                       4.8         

 

1826/7 Schoolteachers

Mathias Tracy, RC, Orchard Nurney

 

20 May 1827

Letter from Thomas Elliott, [County Carlow], to William Gregory, Under Secretary, informing him that he had not yet received a return from Peter Tracy, High Constable of the Barony of Forth under the composition act.

1 item; 3pp CSO/RP/1827/751

 

Kings Inns Admission Papers 1607-1867

Daniel Tracey, 4th s. of John, Mountrath, woollen draper, and Mary Delany; over 16; ed. Carlow College; aft. Felix Delany, Dublin, apothecary, cousin german. H 1829

 

1829-1830

At a Special Sessions held at Carlow on Thursday the 8th day of October 1829 the following persons were approved of as fit and proper to be entrusted with the Sale of Malt and Spiritous Liquors, Wine, Beers, Ale &c for the year ending the 10th day of October 1830.

Edward Brennan of Tomard,. Securities: Jn McGee, Wm Treacy

At a Special Sessions held at Bagenalstown on Saturday the 10th day of October 1829 the following persons were approved of as fit and proper to be entrusted with the Sale of Malt and Spiritous Liquors, Wine, Beers, Ale &c for the year ending the 10th day of October 1830.

Pd, Richd Kehoe, Bagenalstown, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Pd, Thos Hughes, Bagenalstown, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Pd, Jas Byrne, Bagenalstown, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

John Kelly, Bagenalstown, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Martin Maher, Bagenalstown, Securities:Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Pd, Lauce Nowlan, Ballinkillen, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Pd, Mary Doyle, Ballymoon, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Mhl Dowling, Ln Bridge, Securities: John McGee & Wm Tracey

Sarah Hennesy, Ln Bridge, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Pd, Terence O'Neill, Ln Bridge, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Hy Ransford, Ln Bridge, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Patrick Moran, Ln Bridge, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Patrick Moran, Ln Bridge, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Jas Treacy, Ln Bridge, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Caleb Tyndell, Ln Bridge, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

George Jeffers, Ln Bridge, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Edwd Headon, Ln Bridge, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Jas Dwyer, Ln Bridge, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Chas Kavanagh, Ln Bridge, Securities:Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Pat Connelly, Old Leighlin, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Jas Reddy, Nurney, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Edwd Cummerford, Ridge, Securities:Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

Pd, George Holland, Royal Oak, Securities: Jno McGee & Wm Tracey

 

December 31, 1830 (FJ) Repeal of the Union

Leighlin Bridge...Mr. Richard Treacy...

 

1831-2 & 1844 Carlow - Wesleyan Methodist Preacher (see Richard Taylor Tracey)

 

1832 Electoral List

Tracey Rev. R.T., Brown St., Gentleman, Dissenter, Do [Liberal]

 

1832 Carlow soldiers who absconded (deserted).

 

SURNAME

FORENAME

UNIT

AGE

PLACE OF BIRTH

Occupation

before joining

DATE

ABSCONDED

Tracey

Thomas

50th Foot

18

Machill Carlow

Labourer

8 Aug 1832

Police Gazettes of 1828-1840

NOTE: Not included in the transportation to Australia.

British War Office

Thomas Tracey b. 1814 Machill, Carlow 50th Foot deserted 1832 labourer FMP

 

1832 Dec-30, William Treacy, son of William and Maria Browne, Esquire, Excise Office, late of Carlow Parish.

1834 Sep-28, Deborah Jane, daughter of James and Emma Treacy, merchant.

Wells Parish Extracts from the Parish Registers. Ireland. Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead. 1901 Vol. V No. 1 Part 1

 

William Treacy, 1832, Prerogative Court will, Exec: Anne Treacy, Leighlin Bridge, Co. Carlow. IAR/1832/F/61.

 

September? 1833 To the Right Honourable and Honourable the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury,

The Memorial of the undersigned Licensed Maltsters of the Town and County of Carlow and Neighbourhood…William Tracy, Leighlin Bridge…

 

1834 [11] Tenth report of the Commissioners of Inquiry into the Excise Establishment, and into the management and collection of the excise revenue throughout the United Kingdom. Malt duty, Ireland.

...Extract from the Memorial to the Treasury, of the Maltsters in the Carlow District...signed...William Tracy, Leighlenbridge...

 

1835 Returns of Books, Schools and Children of Religious Denominations

Thomas Nolan, Felix Treacy, Patrick Clancy. Roman Catholic: Grange Tullow Co. Carlow, 

 

1835 Juvenile Association

Carlow District School

John Storrs’ Card – Mr. H. Tracy 1s 0d

Ennis College

Master Bernard’s Card – Mr. Tracy 0s 6d

Tullamore

Master R. Deverell’s Card – Mr. Tracy 1s 0d

1836 Juvenile Association

Mountrath

Sarah Maria Robinson’s Card – John Tracy 2s 6d

Sligo

Miss Brown’s Card – Mrs. Tracy 1s 6d

Miss Cliffords Card – Mrs. Tracey 2s 6d

Tullamore

Master R. Deverell’s Card – Mr. Tracy 1s 0d

The Annual Reports of the Juvenile Association for promoting the education of the deaf and dumb poor of Ireland.

 

February 1836

Mary Tracey of Rathnageerath (?) [Rathnageeragh Feenagh] in case against James Lawler.

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlcar2/PPP_Doc_1836.htm

Recognizance Bond for Mary Tracey of Rathnegeerath, February 1836.

 

6 April 1836 Fictitious Votes (Ireland): first report

Edward Treacy, householder, Castle Street, Borough of Carlow, Carlow. £10

 

1 February 1837 Voters

Edward Treacy, Castle-street Carlow, householder, £10, 6 April 1836

 

Printed 12 May 1837.Appendix 6 of the First report from the Select Committee on Fictitious Votes, Ireland.

Edward Treacy, householder, Castle-street, £10 value, 6 April 1836

 

1836-1840 Outrage Reports Ireland

John Treacy, 1838, Wells, Carlow

Thomas Tracy, 1838, Liscolman, Carlow

 

William Treacy, Leighlin Bridge, Co. Carlow, 1837, Prerogative Court will. Exec: J Treacy, Bagnalstown, Co. Carlow. IWR/1837/F/722.

 

An Alphabetical List of persons who have Registered Votes pursuant to the Act of the 2nd and 3rd of William IV., chap. 88, to the lst day of February, 1838.

Voters' Names

Place of Abode

Situation of Franchise

Value

Date of Registry

Andrew Tracey

Bagenalstown

Ballynockan

£20

 22 June 1837

John Treacy

Leighlin-bridge

Leighlin-bridge

£10

 29 March 1837

William Tracy

Leighlin bridge

Capelstown?

£20

15 Nov 1832?

Peter Tracy

Ardattin, Forth Barony

 

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

John Tracey Born Rathoa, Carlow Served in 77th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 26, 1839-1849

John Tracy, b. 1822 Carlow, Carlow

 

British War Office to 1860 (WO97) – Chelsea Hospital

John Treacy, b. 1826 Leighlinbridge, Carlow

 

1 June 1839 (FJ) Vote in Carlow

...vote of John Murphy, locksmith, of Tullow-street...that [part of] a shop and parlor had since been "let off" to one Tracey, [of Tullow-street] who, in April last, obtained an excise licence for it. He now sold beer there.

1839 (414) The Select Committee on the Carlow Borough Election Petitions

...Tracey [occupied] a little shop and a little back room behind it...he does not sleep in it...there is a separate entrance [to Ivers or Barrington]...Thomas Tracey [took over the premises from John Murphy, locksmith] 8th January 1839...Murphy has given his own house to Tracey, with the exception of the forge...Tullow street...T. Tracey, publican or licensed to sell spirits, his name over the shop window...

Sir, You are requested to take notice, I intend applying at the next quarter sessions of Carlow, for a certificate to enable me to a licence for retailing spirits and beer, at my residence, number 124, Tullow-street, in the town of Carlow and barony of Carlow and county of Carlow; and my sureties are Edward Tracey and John Ivers, both of Tullow-street aforesaid. Dated 11 March 1839.

Thomas Tracey.

Addressed to the clerk of the peace of the county of Carlow.

 

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

Edward Treacy, 10 Tullow Street, Carlow. Boot And Shoe Maker.

Thomas Treacy, 124 Tullow Street, Carlow. Publican

 

British War Office

John Tracey b. 1822 Rathoa, Carlow 77th 1839 – 49

 

May 23, 26 & 27 and June 29 & 30 1840 (FJ) Susan Lloyd  [see James Tracy of Carlow, Dublin and Australia]

James Tracy, a footman in the service of Sir William Leeson over three and a half years, chamberlain of the Dublin Castle, was charged with an attempt to murder Susan Lloyd (about 24 years of age), a housemaid from England  in the same service for about three and a half years...The prisoner...razor...spattered with blood, seemed to be about thirty years of age, of the middle stature, and by no means prepossessing appearance...Jealousy, it was supposed was the motive...It appeared that he had been persuing her for the past eight months...he had written a letter to his master stating his intention to leave the next day...The jury retired, and after an absence of ten minutes returned a verdict of guilty on the count for wounding, with intent to do grevious bodily harm, but acquitted him on the capital charge...[sentenced to transportation for life].

July 2, 1840 The Connaught Journal

ATTEMPT AT MURDER IN DUBLIN CASTLE.

James Tracy was placed at the bar, charged with that he, on the 21st day of May last, did wilfully, maliciously, unlawfully and feloniously assault one Susan Lloyd, and cut and wound here with a razor, with intent to murder her. He was also charged in another count with having committed the act with intent to disable here and do her grievous bodily harm.
Mr. Monaghan, Q.C. and Mr. M'Kane conducted the case on the part of the Crown.
Mr. J. Walsh attended as counsel for the prisoner.
Susan Lloyd was examined, and described the occurrence, as it has already appeared before the public.
Miss Rochford, the governess in Sir William Leeson's family, corroborated her testimony in several particulars.

Dr. Riud proved the nature of the wounds, which were not sufficient to cause immediate death.
The prisoner was found guilty of the minor charge, but acquitted of the capital felony.

Ireland-Australia Transportation Database (1780-1868)

SURNAME: TRACEY

OTHER NAMES: JAMES

AGE: 22             

PLACE OF TRIAL: Dublin City          

TRIAL DATE: 20/06/1840

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Malicious assault of Susan Lloyd. Intent to disable, feloniously wounding

SENTENCE: Transportation life

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 3, p 64

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: CRF 1840 T 13

COMMENTS: Convict resides in Dublin City with his widowed mother.

[Tasmania Archives - single, 22 years, 5’5”, brown hair, blue eyes, butler valet gents servant, Birthplace Carlow, cond. Pardon 13 July 1852]

 

Middlesex London and Plymouth 9 June 1841 arrived 30 Sep 1841 Port Philip
Dennis Tracey 30 hus (36 family) Farm servant RC both Carlew (Carlow???)

Honor Tracey 28 wife of Dennis (36 family) Farm servant RC both Carlew (Carlow???)

Winifred Tracey 19 (57 single woman) House maid RC reads Galway

 

28 October 1841 (FJ) Loyal National Repeal Association

From Tullow, county Carlow, £1.2.0 from 22 Repealers, collected by Mr. James A. Treacy, who observes – “The imperative duty that devolves on every Irishman, of enrolling himself among the friends of national freedom, have induced me, and the persons whose subscriptions I forward, to join the ranks of the Repealers. The recent paltry arguments of anti-Irish Sharman Crawford, against the Repeal, have increased the ardour of the people of this town to identify themselves in the constitutional struggle for self-legislation. Why is Sharman one of the few who delcare against Repeal? Will he get a peerage from a Tory government for doing so? Does he forget he draws his thousands from the labour of Irishmen? And instead of being a declaimer against the only beneficial act that will heal the woes of Irishmen, and more firmly link the hearts of the sons of Erin to the throne of England, he (Sharman Crawford) ought to be aiding the noble efforts of our beloved Liberator to repeal that act which destroyed the trade and manufactures - made bankrupt and paupers of the merchants and traders of his county.”

 

1841 Carlow Summer Assizes. (July)

Tracy, Appellant, Malcolmson, Respondent.

...It appeared, that the respondent's demand was founded upon an I. O. U., signed by the appellant; that after the Appellant, making of the I. O. U. the respondent caused the person of the appellant to be taken in execution on account of certain bills of exchange; that the appellant petitioned for his discharge as an insolvent; that the appellant's schedule did not contain any entry in respect of the I. O. U.; that the respondent appeared in the Insolvent Court, and opposed the appellant's discharge upon grounds connected with the bills of exchange, but made no claim, objection, or opposition in respect of the I. O. U.; and that, ultimately, appellant was discharged as an insolvent(o).

...I do not feel warranted in conflicting with the decision of the full Court; and shall, therefore Reverse the decree, without costs

 

1842 Carlow - Commissioners of Loan Fund Board of Ireland - Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command, Volume 24

Leighlin Bridge...At the re-formation of the [loan] society in the year 1839, when the trustees became connected with the Central Loan Fund Board, the Honorable and Very Reverand Dean Bernard declined to become bound to the Clerk of the Peace, pursuant to the Acts in that case required, and the Board called for other sufficient Securities, and Mr John Magee and Mr John Treacy, merchants, living in Leighlin Bridge, in large commercial prosperity, were accepted as Securities, jointly and severally, in the sum of £70 sterling. The first of whom unfortunity became involved by Crown Boands, which swept all his property away; the other party is now in Australia...(1841) On the removal of Edward Styles from the office of Clerk and Receiver, Mr James Treacy was appointed to the office, who has given his entire time to unravel this complicated state of affairs, with whose assistance, and the constant and persevering aattenance of the Trustees, the affairs have been brought into as good order as things will bear...

http://www.eppi.ac.uk/eppi/digbib/view?did=c1:97215&p=294&sdid=c1:97509

 

1849 Tyndall's Journal

There is another mention in Tyndall's Journal about a visit to Old Leighlin made by his mother and sister. It should be remembered that Ireland had only two years before passed through the height of the famine. On 9 January, 1849, after the receipt of a letter, he notes:

"Emma gives me an account of a visit which she and mother made to Old Leighlin. The people were very wretched; Jerry Murray dead. Canting and objecting is the order of the day. James Tracey has lost the loan fund. What will become of his helpless family? Very wretched indeed. In what does the life in Ireland differ from that of the most savage gregarians? The wolf fights with his neighbour over the carcase. Irishmen do the same."

Carloviana 1980. Vol 2 p.26

 

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

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

26 March 1842 (TH) Kilkenny/Carlow

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

 

1842 Carlow

from Carloviana Vol 1 #2 January 1948

GENTRY AND CLERGY.

Richard T Tracy, Rev., Brown St.

Wesleyan Methodist Meeting House, Charlotte Street, Minister, Rev. Richard T. Treacy.

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.

Patrick Treacy, 11 Tullow Street.

LEATHER SELLERS.

Thomas Treacy, 12 Tullow Street.

 

British Postal Service Appointments

James Tracey, 16 Jan 1843 recommended by Col Brown MP, Leighlinbridge

James Tracey, 1843 ditto Minute cancelled, Leighlinbridge

Jas P Tracey, 1913, Carlow

Jas P Tracey, 1914, Learner, Gorey

 

Return of Murders

24 April 1844, Thomas Tracey, labourer, Idrone Easy Carlow, no reward

Parliamentary Papers

17 July 1844 Wexford Conservative 

Carlow Assizes...Charge of Murder...were indicted for the wilful murder of Thomas Treacy at Dunleckney on the 15th April 1844...

 

6 pm 7 Apr 1845-1846 Returns Relative to Assaults.

Denis Treacy, farmer, Kiledmond, Idrone East, Carlow, assault endangering life. John Treacy committed.

 

1846 Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory of Ireland

Edward Treacy, Mill Street, Tullow, Carlow. Leather Seller

John Treacy, Bagnalstown, Co. Carlow. Shoe Maker

Patrick Treacy, 11 Tullow Street, Carlow. Shoe Maker

Rev. Richard T. Treacy, Minister Wesleyan Methodist Meeting House, Charlotte Street.

Richard T Tracy, (rev), Brown Street, Carlow. Wesley Methodist Church.

Rose Tracy, Bagnalstown, Co.Carlow. Straw Bonnet Maker

Thomas Treacy, 12 Tullow Street, Carlow. Leather Seller

Thomas Treacy, Bagnalstown, Co. Carlow. Leather Seller

 

1847 RIC Service

Mathew Tracey, 8768, b. 1829 Carlow

 

8768  Math Tracey, 18, 5'7.75", b. Carl, Catholic, recommended J Gray JP, labourer, appointed 23 June 47, served Depot 0.5 - Cork E, R2 Subcon Nov 48, Resigned 12 Ap 52 87903/7516

 

 

 

29 September 1848 Bathurst Advocate (NSW)

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

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

 

 

11 November 1850 Morning Herald (London)

Carrying off crops

On Thursday night last a party pf persons, at present unknown, proceeded to the houses of Henry Tracey and John Bryan, of Ballyleen in the county Carlow, who were under seizure for rent, and carried away 20 head of cattle and a large quantity of hay and corn, and which were advertised for sale by auction of the 5th inst. The party in question fastened up the persons who were acyting as keepers - Andrew Moore, Henry May, Michael Leddin, Edward M'Grathg and John Maher - while they were removing the property.

1851 Census - 32 Wellington Terrace, St. Pauls, Toxteth Park, Lancashire.

Thomas Doyle, head, 36, b. Wexford Ireland, boot and shoemaker

Mary Doyle, Wife, 34, b. Wexford Ireland

Children Mary 7, James 5, Sarah 3, Thomas 3, Francis 1, born Liverpool

Patrick Tracy, visitor, unmarried, 18, born 1833 Carlow, Ireland. Ostler

1851 Census - Weedon Beck, Northamptonshire

John Treacy, soldier, unmarried, 25, private infantry army, b. Carlow Leighlin Bridge

 

1816-1921 Royal Irish Constabulary

Eugene Tracey, 21 years, Carlow, Enlisted 1851, 856060

Math Tracey, b. 1889, Carlow, Enlisted 1915, 852092

 

October 28, 1852 (FJ) Insolvent Debtors' Court

In re Treacy. The insolvent was opposed by a shopkeeper in Borris-in Ossory, to whom he owed a sum of twenty pounds...It was stated that he and his mother obtained credit to that amount, and soon after sold their stock and farm and were on their way to America...kept in the name of "the Widow Treacy and Son"...remand the insolvent for four months...

 

1852

13. Patrick Tracy, Knockbrack, Carlow, 22a/2r/1p Irish, 36a/1r/32p Statute, £26.8.0, tenant from year to year

 

Griffiths Valuation Carlow 1852-53

Alphabetical

By area

Denis Tracey, Killedmond Kiltennell Carlow

 

Edward Tracey, Tullow St. Carlow Carlow

Edward Tracey, Mountpleasant Fennagh Carlow

 

Elizabeth Tracey, Donore Lorum Carlow

 

Ellen Tracey, Ballytarsna Nurney Carlow

 

Henry Tracey, Ballyleen Ballon Carlow

 

Honoria Tracey, Scragg's Alley Carlow Carlow

 

James Tracey, Killedmond Kiltennell Carlow

James Tracey, Nurney Nurney Carlow

 

John Tracey, Church Street Wells Carlow

John Tracey, Killedmond Kiltennell Carlow

John Tracey, Kilree-Street Dunleckny Carlow

John Tracey, Mountpleasant Fennagh Carlow

John Tracey, Raheenwood Myshall Carlow

John Tracy, Cloneen Agha Carlow

John Tracy, Kildreenagh Dunleckny Carlow

John Tracy, Powerstown Clonmelsh Carlow

John Tracy, Rathellin Agha Carlow

 

Judith Tracy, Ballyellen and Tomdarragh Ballyellin Carlow

 

Lawrence Tracey, Killedmond Kiltennell Carlow

 

Mary Tracey, Ballinkillin Lorum Carlow

Mary Tracey, Templeowen Fennagh Carlow

Mary Tracy, Grangeford Grangeford Carlow

 

Matthew Tracey, Rathnageeragh Fennagh Carlow

 

Michael Tracey, Busherstown Killerrig Carlow

Michael Tracey, Milltown Fennagh Carlow

Michael Tracey, Rathnageeragh Fennagh Carlow

Michael Tracy, Kilcoole Gilbertstown Carlow

Michael Tracy, Knocklonagad Sliguff Carlow

 

Patrick Tracey, Busherstown Killerrig Carlow

Patrick Tracey, Tullow St. Carlow Carlow

Patrick Tracy, Royal Oak Killinane Carlow

Patrick Tracy, Johnstown Urglin Carlow

Patrick Tracy, Knockbrack Myshall Carlow

Patrick Tracy, Moneybeg Dunleckny Carlow

 

Peter Tracey, Ardattin Ardoyne Carlow

Peter Tracey, Craans Ardoyne Carlow

 

Rose Tracy, Bagenalstown Market Street Dunleckny Carlow

 

Thomas Tracey, Donore Lorum Carlow

Thomas Tracy, Ballyknockan Fennagh Carlow

 

William Tracey, Tullow Fair Green Fennagh Carlow

John Tracy, Cloneen Agha Carlow

John Tracy, Rathellin Agha Carlow

 

Peter Tracey, Ardattin Ardoyne Carlow

Peter Tracey, Craans Ardoyne Carlow

 

Henry Tracey, Ballyleen Ballon Carlow

 

Judith Tracy, Ballyellen and Tomdarragh Ballyellin Carlow

 

Edward Tracey, Tullow St., Carlow Town, Carlow

Honoria Tracey, Scragg's Alley, Carlow Town, Carlow

Patrick Tracey, Tullow St., Carlow Town, Carlow

 

John Tracy, Powerstown Clonmelsh Carlow

 

John Tracy, Kildreenagh Dunleckny Carlow

John Tracey, Kilree-Street Dunleckny Carlow

Patrick Tracy, Moneybeg Dunleckny Carlow

Rose Tracy, Bagenalstown Market Street Dunleckny Carlow

 

John Tracey, Mountpleasant Fennagh Carlow

Edward Tracey, Mountpleasant Fennagh Carlow

Mary Tracey, Templeowen Fennagh Carlow

Matthew Tracey, Rathnageeragh Fennagh Carlow

Michael Tracey, Milltown Fennagh Carlow

Michael Tracey, Rathnageeragh Fennagh Carlow

Thomas Tracy, Ballyknockan Fennagh Carlow

William Tracey, Tullow Fair Green Fennagh Carlow

 

Michael Tracy, Kilcoole Gilbertstown Carlow

 

Mary Tracy, Grangeford Grangeford Carlow

 

Michael Tracey, Busherstown Killerrig Carlow

Patrick Tracey, Busherstown Killerrig Carlow

 

Patrick Tracy, Royal Oak Killinane Carlow

 

Denis Tracey, Killedmond Kiltennell Carlow

James Tracey, Killedmond Kiltennell Carlow

John Tracey, Killedmond Kiltennell Carlow

Lawrence Tracey, Killedmond Kiltennell Carlow

 

Elizabeth Tracey, Donore Lorum Carlow

Mary Tracey, Ballinkillin Lorum Carlow

Thomas Tracey, Donore Lorum Carlow

 

John Tracey, Raheenwood Myshall Carlow

Patrick Tracy, Knockbrack Myshall Carlow

 

Ellen Tracey, Ballytarsna Nurney Carlow

James Tracey, Nurney Nurney Carlow

 

Michael Tracy, Knocklonagad Sliguff Carlow

 

Patrick Tracy, Johnstown Urglin Carlow

 

John Tracey, Church Street Wells Carlow

 

1798-1914 Register of Enlisted USA

Edward Threasy, 22 years, blue eyes, brown hair, florid complexion, 5’4.5”, born Royal Oak [Carlow?] Ireland, labourer, enlisted 28 Jan 1853 Rochester USA by Col Reeve, 5 INf E, 28 Jany ’58, Exp of service, at Camp Scott UJ, a private

Edward M Tracey, enlisted 22 Jun 1869 Detroit Mich by Major Redenhaupt for 5 years, born Carlow Ireland, 23 years, “ [Clerk], blue eyes, brown hair, dark complexion, 5’5.5”, 13 Inf 7 Inf 2? Cav?, C coy, discharged June 22 1874 expiration of service at Fort Ellis Mo Iny, a hospital steward

Edward M Tracy, enlisted 22 Jun 1874 Fort Ellis Montana by Lt Schaefield for 5 years, born Carlow Ireland, 28 years, soldier, blue eyes, brown hair, dark complexion, 5’5.5”, HG, 2 en, Discharged June 21 1879 by exp of service at Brady Mich, char excellent

Thomas Tracy, enlisted Oct 14 1893 at Ft Hamilton NY by Cap Andruse for 5 years, born Co. Carlow Ireland, 23 years 7 months, labourer, bro 4 eyes, D bro hair, dark complexion, 5’8.5”, 1 Art A coy, Dishon discharh’d Aug 26/95 S.O. 202 Dept East –’95 Ft Hamilton NY, Pvt

 

7 July 1855 Newtownbarry Petty Sessions

Defendant Bridget Tracey, widow, of Carrickduff, Barragh Parish Carlow, compliant Samuel Ashton Esq of Woodfield Kilrush parish [Wexford], James Farrell witness. The defendant refused to give up the possession of a dwelling house in Carrickduff street in the town of Newtownbarry Co. Carlow on the termination of her tenacy. Defendant to be ejected in ten days without costs.

 

1856 Wexford

James Tracy, 17, 5'2.5"?, grey eyes, brown hair, fresh complexion, of Graignamana, RC, R[ead], labourer, stealing fowl

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

Edward Tracey 4 Feb 1872 Tullow street Carlow, leather merchant, to Maria Tracey spinster

James Tracy 20 Jul 1898 Knocklonegal Carlow, farmer, to Mary Tracy, widow

John Tracey 11 Nov 1881 Mount Pleasant Carlow, farmer, to daughter Margaret Lennan, wife of Silvester Lennan of Oldtown.

Joseph Treacy 9 Apr 1899 Balty Carlow, farmer, to Anna Maria Treacy widow

Michael P J Tracey 7 Mar 1912 Patrickswell Rathvilly Carlow, shopkeeper, died Rathlyon Tullow, to Annie Tracey, widow

Patrick Tracey 25 Mar 1909 Tankardstown Tullow Carlow, farmer, to Michael Tracey, farmer

Patrick Treacey 8 Mar 1865 Tullow Street Carlow, shoemaker and leather seller, to Edward Treacey, leather merchant

Peter Tracey 1 Jun 1879 Craans Carlow, farmer, to son Michael Tracey, farmer

Rose Treacy 11 Dec 1886 Bagnalstown Carlow, spinster, Lawrence Ryan of Killabin Queens, farmer

 

Patrick Haydon 12 Feb 1891 Carlow, to niece Bridget Tracey of Grangeforth, married woman

Patrick Smith 17 Jun 1909 Tankardstown Carlow, farmer, to Michael P Tracey, farmer

Bernard Smyth 9 Oct 1908 Rathvilly Carlow, miller, to Michael P Tracey, farmer

Patrick Smith 17 Jun 1909 Tankardstown Carlow, famer, to Annie Tracey, widow

Michael M'Donald 10 May 1900 Currenree  Carlow, farmer, to John Tracy, farmer

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

 

1858-1900 Will Registers

Name

Location

Occupation

Deceased

Heir or Executor

Year of Event/Grant/Death

Document Type

Adelaide Tracy

Oldmont, Carlow, Ireland, Ireland

Dawson Borrer

 

1896/1896/1895

Grant of Probate

Anne Tracey

Oldtown, Clonmore, Carlow, Ireland

Arthur Smyth

 

1890/1890/1890

Grant of Probate

Arthur Tracey

Oldtown, Clonmore, Carlow, Ireland

Arthur Smyth

 

1890/1890/1890

Grant of Probate

Eugene Tracey

Oldtown, Clonmore, Carlow, Ireland

Arthur Smyth

 

1890/1890/1890

Grant of Probate

Henry Joseph Treacy

Bagnalstown, Carlow, Ireland

Rose Treacy

 

1887/1887/1886

Grant of Probate

John Treacey

Kilcarrig Street, Banenalstown, Bagenalstown, Carlow, Ireland

John Byrne

 

1886/1886/1886

Grant of Probate

John Treacy

Bally Lean, Bagnalstown, Carlow, Ireland

Rose Treacy

 

1887/1887/1886

Grant of Probate

Kate Tracey

Oldtown, Clonmore, Carlow, Ireland

Arthur Smyth

 

1890/1890/1890

Grant of Probate

Micael Tracey

Craans, Carlow, Ireland

Peter Tracey

 

1883/1883/1879

Grant of Probate

Michael Tracey

Craans, Carlow, Thornhill, Carlow, Ireland

John Donohoe

 

1875/1875/1875

Grant of Probate

Michael Tracey

Oldtown, Clonmore, Carlow, Ireland

Arthur Smyth

 

1890/1890/1890

Grant of Probate

Patrick Tracey

Oldtown, Clonmore, Carlow, Ireland

Arthur Smyth

 

1890/1890/1890

Grant of Probate

Patrick Treacy

Bagnalstown, Carlow, Ireland

Rose Treacy

 

1887/1887/1886

Grant of Probate

Peter Tracey

Craans, Carlow, Ireland

Farmer

Micael Tracey, John Doherty, James Butler, Philip Nolan, Paulville, Thomas D Eager Coomedy, Calsdon, Carlow

1883/1883/1879

Grant of Probate

Peter Tracey

Liscolman, Wicklow, Oldtown, Clonmore, Carlow, Ireland

Arthur Smyth

 

1890/1890/1890

Grant of Probate

Rose Treacy

Bagnalstown, Carlow, Ireland

Joseph O'Neill, Bagenalstown, Lawrence Ryan, Killabin, Queens, Henry Joseph Treacy, John Treacy, Bally Lean, Patrick Treacy, Maria Murphy, Cologue, Wexford, Bessie O'Leary, Dr Colgan, Reverend John Brady, Reverend Richard O'Brien

1887/1887/1886

Grant of Probate

Thomas Tracey

Oldtown, Clonmore, Carlow, Ireland

Arthur Smyth

 

1890/1890/1890

Grant of Probate

Thomas Treacey

Kilcarrig Street, Banenalstown, Bagenalstown, Carlow, Ireland

John Byrne

 

1886/1886/1886

Grant of Probate

 

June 18, 1859 Carlow Weekly News

Carlow Town Commission...rate-payers present...Edward Tracey...Mr Edward Tracey was unanimously elected as the other auditor...

October 16, 1860 (FJ) Carlow Town Commissioners

...elections...Edward Treacy...

17 March 1865 (FJ) Deputation from Carlow

...Carlow town Commissioners...Edward Tracey...September 1865 Carlow

Town Commissioners...Edward Tracy...

16 September 1865 (N) Country Cess Deputation

...Edward Tracy, Esq., T.C. [Carlow]

2 November 1865 Irish Times

Edward Tracey, Carlow Town Commissioner, on the number of protestant and catholic members.

August 1866 IT

Carlow Town Commissioners...Edward Tracey...

21 October 1867 (FJ) Carlow Town Commissioners

Annual election...appointed...Edward Treacy...who were announced to retire by rotation...Edward Treacy...for Carlow [town]...

1870’s Approx

"An adjourned meeting of Carlow Town Commission was held on Thursday evening, present: Messrs Mathias Tynan (chairman); Edward Clarke, Matthew Byrne, James Bolger, Patrick Bolger, Benjamin Coleman, Edward Tracey, Michael McDonald, Michael Murphy, James Graham and Rowan McCombe.

10 March 1871 (FJ) Aid for French

...Carlow Town Commissioners...Edward Tracy...

 

1860 RIC Service [see Leighlinbridge CoI]

Francis Treacey, 25158, b. 1838 Kildare

 

25158 Francis Treacey, 21 years, 5'7.75", b. Kildare, Prodestant, married 8/6/75 wife born Queens, recommended by Sir G.G. Aylmer JP, lab allocated 14 Oct 59, served Carlow 17 Apl 60, 1SC 1 Apl 60 B.5., Rewards & Punishments, Pensioned 1.12.89 25158D/38093, served 30 years 1 month, pension £62/-/-

 

July 23, 1860 (FJ) Carlow - Thomas Tracy v. Patrick Tracy

...case of assault of one brother against another...lease which had been previously deposited with the defendant as security for moneys advanced by the defendant to enable the plaintiff to pass through the Insolvent Court.

 

July 1860 Tracy v. Tracy

Carlow...This was an action for assulting the plaintiff, brought against his brother...certain house in Carlow alledged to be his property...partnership property, to which he had a joint right...

 

1860- British War Office (WO97) – Chelsea Hospital

James Tracey, b. 1868, Carlow, Carlow 

John Tracey, b. 1864 Powerstown, Carlow

 

1861 Census - Whitley Terrace, Liverpool, Lancashire [see 1871 Census]

James Treacy, Head, 26, b. 1835 Ireland, Collector For Burial Society, 1 Whitley Terrace St Matthias Liverpool Lancashire.

Mary Treacy, Wife, 22, b. 1839 Ireland, 1 Whitley Terrace St Matthias Liverpool Lancashire.

Patrick Treacy, Son, 3m, b. 1861 Liverpool, 1 Whitley Terrace St Matthias Lancashire, Liverpool Lancashire.

 

1861 Return of Crimes - Carlow

6 Nov 1861 Thomas Ward and Edward Tracey convicted of burglary of John Roach, shopkeeper, of Tullow,

 

1862 - 1864 National education (Ireland)

Bessy Tracy & Margaret Tracy, R.C. teachers, female, Garryhill, Dunleckny, Carlow

 

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

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

Tracey, Patrick, Carlow, Carlow/Laois. 3 418

Tracy, Mary, Carlow, Carlow/Laois. 8 519

 

1866-1914 Dog Licence Registers of Ireland

- Alphabetical

- by County

 

16 December 1867 (FJ) In aid of Pope

Parish of Bagnalstown...Bagnalstown District...the Misses Tracey 10s...Newtown District...Mr John Tracey 10s...

 

11 April 1868 (FJ)

...Mr. Treacy, Kiltigan [Rathvilly?]...

 

Edward Tracy, DMP 9469, RC, born 1868, 28 years 6 months, 5’10.5”, farmer, Myshall, Co. Carlow, recommended by P. Newton J.P., [long pay history], pension 8 April 1919, £83/4/0 [see Myshall]

The Dublin Metropolitan Police: A Short History and Genealogical Guide by Jim Herlihy. Four Courts, 2001

 

St. Patrick's College, Carlow 1793-1993

Francis [William] Treacy, educated 1889-1904, ordained 1904, Wilcannia-Forbes. Served in Broken Hill, Cobar and Balranald.

December 02, 1893 The Irish standard (Minneapolis, Minn.)

Carlow. The Most Rev. Dr. Comerford, coadjutor bishop of Kildare and Leighlin, ordained the following students to Holy Orders at St. Patrick's college, Carlow on Sunday October 20th. To priesthood- Rev James Roche, Cloyne. To deaconship - Rev. Patrick. Ransbott, Kildare: Rev. Francis Treacy, Wilcannia, New South Wales, Rev. Patrick Barry, Florida, United States,

July 14, 1894 The Irish standard (Minneapolis, Minn.)

Carlow. Most Rev. Dr. Comerford, coadjutor bishop of Kildare and Leighlin, ordained to the priesthood the following ecclesiastical students of St. Patrick's college, Carlow: Rev. Michael Rice, diocese of Kildare Rev. Daniel Riordan, Chicago Rev. Ambrose Lynam, Kildare Rev Charles McCarthy, Salford Rev. Michael McAuliffe, Maitland, Australia Rev. Maurice Wilson, Toronto, Canada Rev. Francis Treacy, Wilcania, British Columbia Rev. Edward Delaney, Sandharst, England Rev. Patrick Osborne, Kilmore Rev. Martin Hughes. Pittsburg, United States.

4 Dec 1905 SS Ventura, Sydney to San Francisco

Revd William Treacy, 48, single, Clergyman, b. Ireland, from Cobar Australia to Davenport Iowa

John J Treacy, born 1896, from Kiltullagh, Glenamaddy, Co. Galway, educated 1912-1919, ordained 1919, Wilcannia-Forbes, Presbytery, Bourke, NS Wales. Served in Broken Hill, Barham, Bourke and Warren. Vicar General 1953-1964. Monsigor, 1954. Died 16/8/1964. Burried at Warren. CLV (1965) 96.

Matthew Treacy, educated 1866-1875, ordained 1875, Kildare and Leighlin. Curate in Myshall, Clonbullogue and Ratheen. PP Rosenallis January-November 1902. Died 16/11/1902.

Michael J. Treacy, born 9/7/1947, from Westport, Co. Mayo, educated 1966-1972, ordained in 1972 for Natchez (Biloxi). Associated Pastor: Bay St. Louis, Nativity – Biloxi, Gulfport. Director of ‘Renew’ for the diocese of Biloxi 1985-. Pastor: St. Thomas Aquinas/Hattiesburg 1988-.

Peter Treacy, from Cappagh Co. Tyrone, educated 1849-1891, ordained 1891, Wilcannia-Forbes RIP. Served in Crookwell and later PP in Gundagai 1919-1933. Died 19/5/1935.

 “Father Peter Treacy (of Tyrone) studied at St. Patrick's College in Carlow from 1884 to 1891. He was ordained a Missionary Priest in Carlow Cathedral into the Diocese of Wilcannia, Australia on 14 June 1891 by the famous historian and Co-Adjutor Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin, Most Rev. Michael Comerford. One other classmate, Colman Casey, was also ordained for Wilcannia Diocese. In the same ceremony other classmates were ordained for the Dioceses of Sydney and Goulburn in Australia . His first Parish was Bourke then Brewarrina and Nyngan. He then moved to the Archdiocese of Canberra & Goulburn (as it had now become) where Fr. Treacy served in Crookwell and Gundagai where he was P. P. from 1919 to 1932. He died on 19th May 1935 and is buried in Gundagai aged seventy years old.” Mairead McCormack-Kelly

Where the age is not given, it may be presumed to be in the range of 16 and 25 years.

McEvoy, John (1993) St. Patrick’s College Carlow 1793-1993. St. Patricks’s College, Carlow.

The Carlovian, 1948, 124

 

1870 Bagenalstown Dog Licences

Thomas Tracey, Donore (1)

Carloviana 1990/1 p.10-2

 

1870 Slater's Directory of Ireland

Edward Tracey, Town Commissioner, Carlow

Rose & Winifred Tracy, Bagnalstown, Linen & Woollen Drapers & Haberdashers

 

7 July 1871 (FJ) St. Patrick's Collegiate Seminary, Carlow

...present...Mr. Denis Tracy...

11 July 1871 (FJ) Carlow Lay College

...present...D. Treacy, Esq, Dublin; J. Tracy, Esq, Dublin....

 

1871 British Census

James Treacy, Head, M, 34,  b. 1837 Carlow, Ship Labourer, St Martin Liverpool Lancashire

Mary Treacy, Wife, F, 32, b. 1839 Carlow, St Martin Liverpool Lancashire [born Kilkenny 1911 Census]

Patrick Treacy, Son, M, 10, b. 1861 Liverpool, St Martin Liverpool Lancashire

James J Treacy, Son, M, 7, b. 1864 Liverpool, St Martin Liverpool Lancashire

Michael Treacy, Son, M, 4, b. 1867 Liverpool, St Martin Liverpool Lancashire

Elizabeth Treacy, Daughter, F, 1, b. 1870 Liverpool, St Martin Liverpool Lancashire

Anne Hughes, Boarder, F, 20, Ireland, Dublin

 

Patrick Tracy , Head, M, 22, b. 1849 Killedmond [Carlow] Ireland, Porter, Everton West Derby Lancashire

Elizabeth Tracy , Wife, F, 23, b. 1848 Highworth Wiltshire, Everton West Derby Lancashire

 

Elizabeth Tracey, b. abt 1853 Carlow Ireland, Yorkshire England

 

1875 Return of Number of original Civil Bill Ejectment Processes

Benjamin B. Feltus v. Edward Tracey and others, claiming £81/5/0 for disturbences, 5 Jan 1871 Bagenalstown Carlow

 

3 March 1876 (FJ) Memorial to the late ??? Fitzsimon, Administrator, ??? Co. Carlow.

...subscriptions...Mr Peter Tracy, Craans...

 

1876 Landowners of County Carlow (over 1 acre)

Henry Tracey, Ballyleen, Carlow. 107a/3r/15p. £62.0.0

Mary Tracey, Ballinree, Carlow. 103a/0r/23p. £67.10.0

Michael Tracey, Ballymartin, Carlow. 16a/3r/24p. £10.0.0

Thomas Tracey, Carrignafecca, Carlow. 77a/1r/6p. £48.10.0

 

25 June 1877 (FJ) Polo in the County Carlow

...HRH arrived from the Curragh...against Messrs R. Treacy [of Castlecomer Kilkenny?]...

 

11 July 1877 (FJ) The Late Sarah Maher

...Castlekelly...Goresbridge...Rev. M. Treacy, CC, Myshall [Carlow]...

 

13 December 1877 (FJ) Carlow

RC Clergy...Matthew Tracy, CC...

 

26 February 1878 (FJ)

The Month's Memory Office and High Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mrs. Tracey, Mountpleasant, County Carlow, will be held in Newtown Chapel on Thursday next, the 28th of February instant, at 11 o'clock.

 

February 1878 to 1880 London Gazette

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

Anne Finn (miss), Ellen Condon (miss) & Bridget Tracy (miss), St. Josephs Convent Tullow.

 

1878 Bonds & Judgements Ireland

Maria Treacy, Carlow, spinster (executrix) v. Joseph F. Duckett, Rochelle-lodge, Kingstown, Dublin. 4 Sep, £48.0.0

Kemp's mercantile gazette

 

August 1879 Polo

County Carlow Club...Mr. K.D. Tracy...

 

November 1880 Land Commission

...Carlow deputation consisted of - Rev. P.F. Nolan, Mr. Peter Murphy, tenant farmer, Mr. M. Tracey, tenant farmer...

 

1881 British Census

Thomas Tracy, 35 years, born Carlow, married, collier, 17 Hall St Wolstanton, Stafford

Catherine, 35 years, born Ballymurphy, wife

Maggie, 6 years, born Tunstall, daughter

Mary, 5 years, born Tunstall, daughter

James, 1 year, born Tunstall, son

 

1881 Census - Dublin St, Liverpool, Lancashire [see 1871 Census]

James Tracey         Head       Male       46           Ireland, Boarding House Keeper

Mary Tracey          Wife       Female    42           Ireland

Patrick Tracey        Son         Male       20           Liverpool, Lancashire, England, Dock Porter

James Tracey         Son         Male       17           Liverpool, Lancashire, England, Apprentice Wheelwright

Michael Tracey      Son         Male       14           Liverpool, Lancashire, England, Office Boy

Elizabeth Tracey    Daughter                Female    11           Liverpool, Lancashire, England

Mary Ann Tracey  Daughter                Female    5             Liverpool, Lancashire, England

Chas Wattleworth Boarder  Male       18           Isle Of Man, England

Patrick Fitzgerald  Boarder  Male       25           Ireland, Dock Porter

 

1881 Slater's Directory of Ireland

Maria Treacy, 123 Tullow st, Carlow, Leather seller

Henry Tracey, Farmers Ballon Division 

Michael Tracey, Farmer Humewood Division, Baltinglass Union

 

1882 Record of the Irish Exhibition of Arts and Manufactures

A.M. Treacy, Miss,  Naas

Edward Treacy, Main - street , Birr

John Tracy, Bishop's-street, Cork

John Tracy, Cork,  Brogue Leather. Commendation

John Tracy, Cork, Tanned and Curried Leather

M Tracy, Rickardstown, Nurney, Co. Kildare

Maria Tracy, Tullow Street, Carlow

Richard Treacy, Naas

Simon Treacy, Old Bank - place , Cashel

Thomas Hall and Michael Treacy, Lucan

Thomas Tracy, Mary-street, Galway

 

1883 Return of judicial rents

Edward Tracey of Rathnegeeragh Carlow, landlord Lord Bessborough, 49a/1r/12p, poor valuation £24/0/0, old rent £40/0/0, new rent £30/0/0

Michael Tracey of Croans Carlow, landlord John Doherty, 76a/0r/28p, poor valuation £55/10/0, old rent £90/2/3, new rent £66/10/0

 

1884 The Kennel Club Calendar and Stud Book.

Bitches. Baithershin (14,486). – Messrs. R.B. and T.S. Carey’s, Borris, Co. Carlow, Ireland; breeder, Mr. W. Tracey; date of birth. August 26th, 1882; colour, dark red, no white, cropped, black toe nails. By Mr. Barkley's Shorter ...

 

City of Berlin, Liverpool & Queenstown to New York 23 May 1885

Patrick K. Tracey, 18, M, labourer, Bagnalstown [Carlow], to Chicago

 

23 June 1887 Freeman's Journal

... Joseph Tracey, assistant to Mr. Thomas ir Gerrard, Crown Solicitor, Carlow...

 

2 October 1886 (N) Death

Treacey - September 26, 1886, at her residence, Main-street, Bagenalstown, Miss Winifred Sara Treacey, aged 72 years.

 

15 October 1887 (N) New Church of St. Patrick, rathvilly, County Carlow

The Ladies Table...No. 9 Table...Miss Tracey, Liscolman...

 

28 July 1888 (N) Rackrent Extraordinary

...Carlow...Patrick Tracey [rent] from £120/18/6 to £60...

September 01, 1888 The Irish standard. (Minneapolis, Minn.)

Carlow…Patrick Treacy, of Ballinree, was recently evicted from his holding and deprived of the benefit which the Land Act decreed was his right. The recent sub commission in Carlow reduced his rent from £120 to £60, thus putting on record the fact that he had been plundered by gross rack-renting. But the landlord, Captain Newton, determined to prevent the tenant enjoying a fair rent, cruelly evicted him because he was unable to pay double the fair rent of his farm.

26 October 1888 New Zealand Tablet

Longford [Carlow] - Patrick Treacy, of Ballinree, was recently evicted from his holding and deprived of the benefit of the Land Act. The Land Commissioners had reduced Mr Treacy's rent from £120 to £60, showing that he had been heartlessly plundered by rack-renting. — But the land-thief, Captain Newton, determined to prevent him from getting justice, and so evicted him because he couldn't pay double the judicial rent.

 

1888 Return of judicial rents

Anne Tracey Ltd Admix of Michael Tracey of Carrignafecka Carlow, landlord Captain P.C. Newton, 79a/1r/18p, poor valuation £48/10/0, old rent £80/8/0, new rent £40/0/0

Patrick Tracey of Ballinree Carlow, landlord Philip J. Newton, 102a/0r/7p, poor valuation £70/0/0, old rent £120/18/6, new rent £60/0/0 (see 1909)

 

1890 Return of judicial rents

John Treacey of Ballyleen Carlow, landlord A.H. Middleton, 107a/3r/15p, poor valuation £62/0/0, old rent £88/9/10.5, new rent £49/7/8, Old rent exclusive of drainage charge of £19/12/10

 

31 May 1890 (N) Ordinations at Carlow College

...to sub-deaconship...P. Tracey...Los Angelos...

 

August 1890 The Royal University of Ireland Matriculation Examination

Francis W Treacy, Carlow College

 

1891 Return of judicial rents

Michael Treacy of Ardattin Carlow, landlord Jmaes T. Butler, 34a/2r/3p, poor valuation £19/10/0, old rent £31/19/6.5, new rent £20/10/0, by consent

 

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.

 

Bessie Tracey, Knocklmagad (Knocklonagad Carlow?) Ireland, 1913, 23 years, housemaid, b. Knocklimagad, father ??? Traceey, Knockl?agad, [Knockclonagad] Co. Carlow, to Albany

 

Bridget Tracey, Bagnalstown Carlow Ireland, 1908, 20 years, sister: Margt Tracey 278 Claremunt St Chicago, b. Myshall, Mr John Tracey, Rathnaga near Bagnelstown, Co. Carlow

 

Edward Tracy, Bagralstom (Bagenalstown Carlow Ireland?), 1898, 21 years, to New York, Friend? Richard Sheridan 119 Boston? St, Peaford? NY?,

 

Edward Treacey, Kildavin (Carlow) Ireland 1920 26 years, Brother: Mr. J. Treacey, 97 lr Dorset St, Dublin, Ire. Sister: Mrs J. Denis, 824 Undercliff Avenue, Edgewater, NJ. 5’6”, fair complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. b. Bagnelstown Ireland.

 

Ellen Tracey, Bonio (Borris Carlow?) Ireland, 1908, 32 years, Father in law: Pack? Tracey, Ballimie? Kilmona Borris [Rathanna Carlow?]. Husband: Patrick, 18 Elm St Madison NJ. 5’8”, Dark complexion, dark hair. brown eyes 

Johanna Kathleen Tracey, Bonio (Borris Carlow?) Ireland, 1908, 4 years [daughter]

Maria Tracey, Bonio (Borris Carlow?) Ireland, 1908, 2 years [daughter]

Joseph Tracey, Bonio (Borris Carlow?) Ireland, 1908, 20 years, labourer, 5’8” Fresh complexion, brown hair. blue eyes Father: Pack? Tracey, Ballimie? Kilmona Borris [Rathanna Carlow?] Dialent? of 5 [Brother-in-law]

 

George F. Treacy, Carlow Ireland, 1912, 22 years, gas fitter, H’keeper, cousin Albert Connors, Killedmond Boris Co. Kilkenny [Carlow]. sister paid passage, sister Mrs Amelia Shoemaker, RGD3 Vanettian New York, 5’11”, dark complexion, dark hair, grey eyes, b. Carlow Ireland. [George F. Treacy 22, Amelia Treacy 55]

Amelia Treacy, Carlow Ireland, 1912, 55 years, H’keeper, cousin [nephew] Albert Connors, Killedmond Boris Co. Kilkenny [Carlow]. daughter paid passage, daughter Mrs Amelia Shoemaker, RGD3 Vanettian New York, 5’5”, dark complexion, dark brown hair, blue eyes, b. Carlow Ireland. [George F. Treacy 22, Amelia Treacy 55]

 

Mary Treacy, Carlow Ireland, 1909, 26 [36?] years, single, Mother Amelia Treacy, Clongummon, Carlow. to Aunt Mrs Maigant Sutton, 715 South Division St Elmnia NY. 5’5”, fair complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes. Light scar on right hand. b. Carlow Ireland. [1901 Census Clogrenan, Killeshin, Laois. 1911 Census Carlow]

 

James Treacey, Carlow (Ireland), 1902, 25 years, married, farmer, to cousin? Mrs? Mc? Andrew, 289 Ryi? J. Timm? Jip, Chicago. Chicago, [James Treacey 25, Mary Treacey 24]

Mary Treacey, Carlow (Ireland?), 1902, 24 years, to cousin? Mrs? Mc? Andrew, 289 Ryi? J. Timm? Jip, Chicago. Chicago, [James Treacey 25, Mary Treacey 24]

 

James Treacy, Ireland, Bagnalstoun Cobarlow [Bagnalstown Carlow Ireland], 1907, 27 years, single, farmer, Bagnalstown CoCarlow, to brother Edward Treacy, 345 Seats? St Chicago Ill. 5’11”, dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. b. Bagnalstown Co Carlow.

 

John Treasy [Treacy], Borris (Carlow) Ireland 1907, 28 years, married, Father Patrick Treasy Ballonane? Borris?. to sister-in-law Mary Arnold 997 East 99 St New York NY. 5'7" dark complexion, dark hair, brown eyes, top of first finger off right hand. b. Borris Ireland. [crossed out]

Margaret Treasy [Treacy], Borris (Carlow) Ireland 1907, 21[?] years, married, Hwife, Father Patrick Ryan Coolasnonghta Myshall. to do [sister-in-law Mary Arnold 997 East 99 St New York NY]. 5'8" brown complexion, brown hair, brown eyes. b. Borris Ireland. [crossed out]

 

Joseph Tracy, Bagualstown (Bagnalstown Carlow Ireland), 1898, 17 years, single, to Bro Patrick Tracey, 1972 Second Ave, NY. [same ship as Mary & Cath]

Mary Tracy, Bagualstown (Bagnalstown Carlow Ireland), 1898, 11 years, Irish [sister USC], to brother Pat Treacy 1972 Second Ave NY [see Mary Tracy 11, Cath Tracy 7]

Cath Tracy, Bagualstown (Bagnalstown Carlow Ireland), 1898, 7 years, American [written: USC, sister Irish], to brother Pat Treacy 1972 Second Ave NY [see Mary Tracy 11, Cath Tracy 7]

 

Josephine Treacy, New Ross Wexford, Ireland, 1922, 30 years, single, shop Assist, Sister Mrs Nix, 48 South Street, New Ross Co. Wexford. [see 1911 Census] Cousin Mrs Doyle, 157 East 99th Street, New York City, NY. 5’4”, fresh complexion, black hair, brown eyes. b. Myshall Carlow

 

Margt Tracy, Bagualstom (Bagenalstown Carlow Ireland?), 1899, 21 years, single, to sister Mary Tracey, 347 Southerquic St Chicago.

 

Maggie Tracy, Bagnelstown [Carlow] Ireland, 1912, 23 years, single, Cousin Nellie Neill, Ballycormack, Bagnelstown Co. Carlow. Cousin Mrs May, 100 Orchford? St Bridgeport Conn. 5’, fair complexion, fair hair, grey eyes. b. Bagnalstown Ireland.

 

Mathew Tracy, Dublin Ireland, 1913, 31 years, single, Jakierer?, Last residence: Dublin. Father Patrick Tracy, Upton, Fanagh, Bagnelstown, Co. Carlow. Brother Mr? Michael Tracey 1440 Fairfield? Av Chicago Ill, 5’8”, dark complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, b. Ballinree, Co Carlow, Ireland [1901 Census, Seskinnamadra Carlow. 1911 Census Arran Quay Dublin]

 

Martin Treacy, Bagualstown (Bagnalstown Carlow? Ireland), 1901, 20 years, to brother William, Convent of Good Shepard, Buffalo, NY.  [crossed out]

 

Mary Treacy, Mishhall (Myshall Carlow? Ireland), 1906, 27 years, single, postulant, to friend The Superioress, Dominican Convent, New Orleans. 5’8”, brown complexion, brown hair, grey eyes,. B. Mishall Ireland.

 

Michael Treacy, Clonmore (Carlow? Ireland), 1899, 26 years, single, to brother James, 433 E 79th St New York

 

Maria Tracy, Carlow Ireland, 1893, 20 years, of USA?, to New York City

 

Mary Tracey, Chicago USA, 1909, 34 years, single, clerk, 5’6” pale complexion, brown hair, brown eyes, non-immigrating alien, Mother: Mrs Tracey, Karrig na Fecca, [Carrignafecka] Co. Carlow. to brother James Tracey, 278 Claremount Ave Chicago, b. Karrig-na-fecca Ireland

 

Pat Tracey, Ballymartin (Carlow Ireland?), 1899, 25 years, single, lived Boston 1896, Cousin Jas Hanlon 503 W 59th St New York

 

Nora Treacy, Troy NY USA, 1906, 35 years, American, lives Warford Troy NY, friend Thomas Dredlin? 22 Middle St Wausford Troy NY [Nora Treacy 35 and Patrick Tracey on same boat]

Patrick Tracey, ???obather [Lacken? Co. Carlow?], 1906, 27 years, lived Lacken? Co. Carlow?, sister: Mrs Annie Doran 40 Park ave Hoboken NJ [Nora Treacy 35 and Patrick Tracey on same boat]

 

United States Naturalization Petitions

Annie Tracy, born 27 Feb 1868 Ballymartin, Carlow, Ireland. Naturalised 1941 Watertown MA

Edward Tracey, born 28 Mar 1894 Ballycormack Carlow, Ireland. Naturalised 1920 & 1927 New York City, NY. Spouse's Catherine Tracey born 09 Jun 1904, Child Beatrice Tracey born 08 Oct 1925

Henry Tracey/Tracy, born 24 Aug 1890 Carlow, Ireland. Naturalised 1931 Hartford CT. Spouse's Margaret Tracy born 28 Feb 1898 married 24 June 1924 Co. Carlow Children Esther Tracy born 11 Apr 1925 Canada, Eugene Tracy born 18 Dec 1926 Hartford, Margaret Tracy born 06 Sep 1928 Hartford

John Hanlon Tracy, born 06 Jan 1864 Carlow, Ireland. Naturalised 1915 Boston, Massachusetts

 

April 1893

Mr Tracy Turnerelli in a letter to a Carlow journal, stated his father was the son of an exiled Italian nobleman, and that he was placed in Carlow College, where he completed his education. [see Tracy Peerage Case – for background information]

 

1894 John Treacy, tenant, Edward KB Tighe, landlord, Johnstown, Carlow, 15a3r11p, £12.15.0 valuation, £15.10.0 rent, £10.10.0 judicial rent

 

1894 Slater's Directory of Ireland

Tracey Maria, boot & shoe dealer, 123 Tullow street

Tracy Rose (& milliner), Bagnalstown

 

April 1895

Lady recommends young man, R.C., £10 for stable and garden; R.C. Youth, £8, for general work. - M. Tracy, Myshall, Bagnalstown.

 

1897 British Army WWI Service Records

William James Treacy, 28, b. abt 1869 Carlow, Residence: 1897

 

1899 Return of advances under Purchase of Land

June 6 1898 Purchaser: Michael Treacy of Grangeford Old Carlow, Vendor: Viscount Duncannon, 1a/0r/5p, value £1/17/0, rent £2/0/0, purchase £30, advance £30, deposit £15

 

1898 Return of judicial rents

Patrick Treacy of Craans Carlow, landlord Mrs. Muriel L.C. Doherty, 76a/0r/28p, poor valuation £55/10/0, old rent £90/2/3, new rent 1 £66/10/0, new rent 2 £54/8/0

 

1899 Return of judicial rents

Edward Tracy of Rathnageerath Carlow, landlord Viscount Duncannon, 41a/1r/31p, poor valuation £24/0/0, old rent £40/0/0, new rent 1 £30/0/0, new rent 2 £24/0/0

 

1901 Return of judicial rents

26/7/1901 Reps of James Tracey of Knockelonagad Carlow Carlow, landlord Col. Fitzgibbon Trant, 42a/0r/23p, poor valuation £25/5/0, old rent £40/0/0, new rent 1 £32/10/0, new rent 2 £22/10/0, appeal £25/0/0

 

 

 

1901 Census of Ireland

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

 

1901 Census of England

Shutname Tracey, 50, Canlow [Carlow?] Ireland, Tunstall, Staffords

Thomas Tracey, 52, Canlow [Carlow?] Ireland, General Labourer, Tunstall, Staffords

 

Congregation of St. Joseph of Cluny

Date of Profession, Name, Birthplace Mission

1902 Sr. Alphonsus Tracey, Rathnageera (Myshall, Co. Carlow?), Paris

 

17 November 1902 (IT) Death

Tracey - November 16, at 21 Gardiner's place [Dublin], the Rev. Matthew Tracey, P.P. Rosenallis, Queen's County, aged 53 years. R.I.P. Funeral arrangements will be announced in to-morrows issue.

January 03, 1903 The Intermountain Catholic. (Salt Lake City [Utah] ;) 1899-1920 newspaper.

The Rev Matthew Tracey pastor of Rosenaills died on the 16th [November]. He was a native of Carlow and for nearly thirty years was in the sacred ministry. He was for two years on the Scotch mission He then returned to Clonbullosue where he remained twenty-three years. He was transferred to Rosenaills about three years ago.

 

Aug 3, 1904 (IT) Carlow Agricultural Society

Class 21 Special prizes...Mares...1st prize, Messrs. Smith and Tracy, Rathvilly...

 

1905 Kelly's Directory

Michael Tracey, Rathvilly S.O. co. Carlow

R. Treacy Kinneagh glebe, Kinneagh, co. Carlow

 

1907 List of Persons who have lodged application with the Estates Commission as Evicted Tenants

4195. Patrick Tracy, Seskin, Killedmond, Carlow. Ballinree, PC Newtown Estate. 100a/3r/0p, £120.18.6 rent. Present tenant - John Griffin, yearly tenant. Circumstances of Applicant: Aged 55, six sons at home, five in America.

 

1909 Re-instated Evicted Tenants

Patrick Tracey of Ballinru Carlow, Estate P.C. Newton, 100a/3r/0p, value £70/0/0, rent £120/18/6, evicted 18 July 1888

 

 

 

1911 Census of Ireland

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

 

1911 [Cd. 5488, 5489, 5490, 5624, 5639, 5750, 5758, 5887, 5890, 5952] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish Land Act, 1903, during the month of November, 1909 - Carlow

6th October 1910, Michael P. Tracey, Patrickswell, 9a1r14p parcel, £24.13.0 valuation, £490 price, £380 advance, £110 deposit, Estate of Whitty and Smith

 

May 23, 1911 (IT)

Young country man requires situation; make himself generally useful; can milk. Apply Tracey. Fenagh, Carlow.

 

1913 RIC Service

Eugene Tracey, 67041 b. 1892 Carlow

 

67041 Eugene Tracey, dob 14 March 1892, 5'9 5/8", b. Carlow, Catholic, recommended by DI Winder, farmer, appointed 15 Jan 1913, served Clare 25th July 1913, Resigned 19.6.20 45375D, Family affairs, Contd in Carlow & Dublin City

 

July 1913 IT RIC Having completed training...appointed to fill vacancies...No.1 Company, Eugene Treacy, Clare...

 

1914 [Cmd. 7114, 7143, 7162, 7222, 7231, 7288, 7411, 7414, 7489, 7577] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish land purchase acts, during the month of January, 1913. - Carlow

6th November 1913, John Tracey, Johnstown, 15a3r31p, £12.5.0 valuation, £10.10.0 rent, judicial, £234 price and advance, 22.2 years

 

Handbag Theft 1913

…was found guilty of stealing a handbag containing £22/10/0, the property of Miss Maria Treacy, at Carlow Fair on October 22nd.

 

1913-1922 Military History

Eugene Tracey, Fenagh, County Carlow

Patrick Treacy, Carlow Brigade, of Kildare

William Treacy, G Company, 4 Battalion, Carlow Brigade, 3 Eastern Division

 

1914-1920 British Army WWI Service & Pension Records

James Treacy, b. abt 1877, Carlow, Carlow

Munrice [Maurice?] Tracey, b. abt 1875, Bullickmayer, Carlow,  

William James Treacy, b. abt 1869, Carlow,

 

Alphabetical Roll Of New Zealand Expeditionary Force WWI

Joseph Tracey, 17/203, trooper, Veterinary Corps, single, of Public? Works Office Clyde Otago, Next of kin: P. Tracey (father), Fineghs, County Carlow Ireland [1901 Census - Seskinamadra, Rathanna, Carlow]

 

WW1 Merchant Seamen Medal Cards BT 351/1

Edward Tracey, b. 1892 Carlow

1918-1941 Merchant Navy Seamen

*Edward Tracey, b. 1892 Carlow Carlow

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

 

March 1914 IT

Leinster Senior Schools Cup, Knockbeg College Carlow...three-quarters backs...P. Treacy...

Mar 10, 1914 (FJ) Rugby Football

...Knockbeg College (Carlow)...P. Treacy...

 

Jun 17 & 18, 1915 (IT) Co. Carlow Breach of Promise

...Miss Deborah Shirley [37] of Coolnakisha, Leighlinbridge, County Carlow and the defendant Mr. Richard Tracy/Treacy, [50] farmer, of Ballycallan [Ballycullane], Kildare...second cousin of defendant, who held a farm of close on three hundred acres. His means if capitalised would amount to £8,000...dances...In 1902...kiss...In 1904, marriage was spoken of...attachment for a Miss Melbourne [of Luggacurran] [engaged for 14 years]...delay, which had extended over eleven years...James Neale examined...related to defendant...Mrs Annie Parsons...said that before her marriage, she used to assist the defenant, her uncle, in the household...

Jun 19, 1915 (IT) and Jun 26, 1915 (IT)

The Carlow breach of promise action, Shirley v. Tracey...jury failed to agree on the question of contract and were discharged.

Jun 30, 1915 (IT)

Motion for a change of venue...by defendant...to Kildare...refused motion with costs.

Nov 3, 1915 (IT) and Nov 6, 1915 (IT) £1000 Damages Claimed

...Defendant...You were secretary of the Quadrile Company? Yes (laughter)...showed her deposit receipts for £1500 with the Provincial bank...

Nov 5, 1915 (IT) and Nov 13, 1915 (IT) £200 damages

The jury, after ten minutes absence, returned with a verdict for the plaintiff, assessing the damages at £200.

 

November 1915 IT

Stewart Institution [Dublin] The following candidates were declared successful...Anthony Treacy, Carlow...

 

1915 Return of advances under Purchase of Land - Estate of Westropp-Dawson

14/10/1915 Patrick Tracey of Ballylinblock Carlow, 52a/2r/0p, purchase £810, advance £810

 

1915 Kellys Directory of Leather Trades in Ireland

Maria Tracey, 123 Tullow St

 

Jan 13, 1916 (IT) Marriage

Warren and Moore - January 9, 1916 at St. Stephens Church, North Bow, London, John Edward, eldest son of Mrs. Warren, Staford road, London, and elder brother of Dr. William Warren, H.A.M.A. Eastbourne and nephew of T. Bysen, Esq., General Post Office, London, to Kate, eldest daughter of the late Michael Moore, of Kilcarrig, Bagnelstown, Co. Carlow and grand-daughter of the late Madame Tracy, Ballinree, Borris, Co. Carlow and cousin of the Rev. Father Mat Tracy of Borris, Co. Carlow, Ireland.

 

2 Aug 1916 Freemans Journal

Carlow Show...Special Prize (presented by Major Alexander) for yearling bullock or heifer, won by John Tracey, Johnstown.

 

Nov 17, 1917 (IT)

The annual report of the Vere Foster Writing Compedition announces that the special prize for the best writing, open to candidates throughout the British Empire, has been awarded to Bridget Tracey (aged 15 years, 7 months), Presentation Female National School, Carlow...

 

1917 USA Draft Registration  

George Francis Tracey b. 15 Sep 1888 Carlow Ireland, naturalised citizen first papers, Carpenter LVRR Co Sayre Pa, mother dependant, single, lives Van Eitten NY

 

Kellistown Past and Present from "The Nationalist and Leinster Times" newspaper, Saturday, 1st March 1919

Some Descendants of Evicted Tenants of Kellistown Farm…James Tracey, Ballymartin, Borris…

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~cummins/HXkellistown1919.htm

 

1920 Carlow

Miss Tracey's - Boot Shop, Tullow Street

 

1922-1984 Defence Forces

Christopher Treacy, Kilcarrig St., Bagenalstown. 800749

Jacob Tracey, Ballymartin, Borris. 92014

John Treacy, Ballymartin, Borris. 436243

Patk. Treacy, Railway Tee., Borris. 829127

Ptk. Treacy, Ballymartin, Borris. 436244

Win. Treacy, Ballymartin, Borris. 217014

Win. Treacy, Main St., Bagenalstown. 23810

 

Feb 23, 1923 (FJ) Military seize cattle

The lands known as "The Irish Farm" at Kilcomney, near Bagenalstown were visited by military...In connection with the working of this farm four young men, J. Neill, W. Murphy, J. Treacy and another were arrested by National troops.

Apr 23, 1923 (FJ) Co. Carlow farm dispute

At the Bagenalstown District Court...James Treacy...for having taken forcible possession of the lands of Kilcomney, near Bagenalstown known as the "Irish Farm"...Mr. Michael O'Riordan, manager of the lands, having died in the meantime, the District Justice refused informations.

 

1926 Irish Free State Army Absent Voters List

William Tracey, Main Street, Bagenalstown - 23810, Sgt., 18th Batt., Cork.

 

Records of the Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices, Empire Marketing Board, and related bodies

1926-8 Irish Distress Committee and Irish Grants Committee: Files and Minutes

Abraham Treacy, County Carlow, File no. 1313

 

Oct 13, 1928 (IT) Residential Business Premises

...instructed by Miss Tracey (who is retiring from business) to sell by public auction...nos 123, 124 and 125 Tullow street Carlow, held on lease for a term of 500 years from March 25th 1928 subject  to the rent of £23 per annum...No. 123 at present in occupation of the Vendor in which a good wholesale leather trade has been carried on for the past 70 years...

 

1930s The Schools’ Collection - Carlow

Mrs Annie Tracey/Treacy, Principal, Rathvilly http://www.duchas.ie/en/ppl/annie-tracey?con=CE & http://www.duchas.ie/en/ppl/mrs-annie-tracey?con=CE & http://www.duchas.ie/en/ppl/mrs-treacy?con=CE

James Tracey, pupil, Rathnageera, Muire Beag http://www.duchas.ie/en/ppl/james-tracey?con=CE

John Tracey, informant, age 52 or 55, Rathnageera, Muire Beag http://www.duchas.ie/en/ppl/john-tracey?con=CE

Mathew Tracey/Treacey, informant, age 59, Rathnageera, Muire Beag  http://www.duchas.ie/en/ppl/mathew-treacey?con=CE

Sarah Tracey/Treacey, pupil, Rathnageera, Muire Beag http://www.duchas.ie/en/ppl/sarah-tracey?con=CE & http://www.duchas.ie/en/ppl/sarah-treacey?con=CE

 

Apr 22, 1937 The Irish Times

Mr. W. L. Duggan And Miss K. Treacy

Mr. W. L. Duggan, solicitor, Carlow and Tullow, son of Mr. J.J. Duggan, Solicitor, and President of the Incorporated Law Society, and Mrs Duggan, Carlow, was married to Kathleen, youngest daught of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Treacy of Waterford, of Dun Laoighre, at St. Michael's Church, Dun Laoighre, yesterday...The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. J.A. Treacy. Miss C. Treacy (sister of the bride) was the bridesmaid and Mr. Gerald Clancy (cousin of the bridegroom) acted as best man...

 

July 1937 Voters registered in Carlow Town

Athy Road

Alice Tracey

Burrin Street

Samuel Tracey

Granby Row

Michael, Nora, May, Maurice Tracey.

Annie, Patrick, John, Bridie, Tracey

Pollerton Road

William Treacy

 

1940s

No. 62 Pollerton Road, Willie Treacy, single, worked in Leverette and Fry.

 

4th December, 1941 Dáil Éireann Volume 85 Ceisteanna/Questions. Oral Answers.

Carlow Military Service Pension Claim.

Mr. Hughes asked the Minister for Defence if he will say when Mr. Eugene Tracey, Fenagh, County Carlow, who made application for a pension under the Military Service Pensions Act may expect to hear of a decision in his case.

Mr. Aiken (for the Minister for Defence): In the case of the application made under the Military Service Pensions Act, 1934, by Mr. Eugene Tracey, Fenagh, County Carlow, the finding of the referee is that on the evidence before him Mr. Tracey is not a person to whom the Act applies and he was informed accordingly. Mr. Tracey lodged an appeal for revision of the finding but the referee has not yet completed his investigations in the matter

 

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

Edward Tracey b. 28 Sep 1892 Co Carlow, Ireland Residence: Essex, New Jersey

John J Tracy b. 28 Dec 1881 Carlow, Ireland Residence: Hartford, Connecticut

Patrick Joseph Tracy b. 28 Feb 1879 Carlow, Ireland Residence: Morris, New Jersey

 

Old Roads, Fields and Mass Paths

PJ Treacy, Barragh contains Brophys field, Haydens field.

White, WD (1994) Heirs to a Heritage Part II.

 

Officiers and Members of the Old Carlow Society

Miss Alice Tracey, "Stella Maris", Athy Road, Carlow, Carlow, Chairman and Vice-Chairman.

 

St. Mary's (R.C.), Carlow, Co. Carlow

In Loving Memory of

Moria K. Doyle died 11th June 1942

Julia M. Doyle died 24th April 1947

Alice J. Tracey died 21st June 1971

Stella Maris Athy Road

R.I.P.

http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/carlow/photos/tombstones/1headstones/st-marys1.htm

 

Families By Ontario Genealogical Society 1996

C.J. Tracey, Sligo

John Tracey, Carlow

William Tracey, Waterford

 

 

 FAMILY HISTORIES

 

Church of Ireland records for the Carlow area

http://www.irishgenealogy.ie/index.html

 

Surname Researchers

Tracy

County Carlow born 15 Nov 1845. Immigrated to USA in 1862

Don Wilt

Tracy

Co. Carlow pre-1845 to present

Kathy Sedlar

 

 

 

Elizabeth Tracy, of Kilmainham, (d. of Andrea & Sarah Fenton of Carlow) married Jacobus Kinsella, of Kilmainham, (s. of Patricii & Anna Kinsella of Renalagh) 22 July 1873 Wit: Benjamin Mauey? of Kevin St & Maria Anna Mauey? of Kevin? St. St. James RC Parish (Note: Both were previously married of cause? buriel? these sponsors?)

Elizabeth Treacey, full age, widow, cook, lives Kilmainham, (d. of Andrew Kinsella, weaver?) married James Kinsella, full age, widower, machinist, lives Kilmainham, (s. of Patrick Kinsella, gardener) 23 July 1873 RC Church St. James Meath St. Wit: Bernard Marley & Mary Anne Marley [Dublin South PLU] signed her mark

 

Harriet Treacy b. about 1823 & Morgan O’Neill 1844 (Marriage Licence Bond) Ossory (LDS) [see Castlecomer Kilkenny]

 

James Trasey & Jane Higginson

Elizabeth Anne Trasey b. 7 December 1874 Rathvilly Carlow (LDS) [see Castledermot Kildare CoI & William Treacy of Bellmount]

 

John or William Treacy (d. Carlow, Ireland) & Anne Hovenden[?] (d. 1853) [from Loughlin Bridge]

Son William Treacy Born June 21, 1845 in Melbourne, Australia; died August 10, 1918 in Prarahn, Victoria

Who married  Marian Bartlam

Father of William Raymond Treacy, Henry Budds Treacy, Reginald Bartlam Treacy and Muriel Frances Bradford Treacy born Hawthorn, Australia

[Note: Lease of twenty acres of land in lower Ballylehane [Killabban Laois] from Henry Hovenden to William Treacy]

 

Margaret Bridget Tracey  b. Carlow, Ireland, 26 years & Pierce Cody b. Carlow Ireland, 26 years

Catherine Cody b. 18 Aug 1913 Cook Co. Chicago  Il

 

Margaret Tracey (single)

Birth Date: 4 Dec 1884 [1885? State Reg]

Birth Place: Co Carlow, Ireland

Age: 37

Residence: Brooklyn, New York & Mass for 21 years

Passport Issue Date: 1 Nov 1922

Father Name: James Tracey

Father's Birth Location: Ireland

Father's Residence: Deceased

Emigrated October 1st 1901

Neutralised 7th June 1921 Albany

 

Martin Moore, b. September 1838 County Carlow Ireland. d. September 1910, New Britain, Conn. And Ellen Garrigan

Son of James and Margaret (Tracey) Moore, relatives of Thomas Moore, the Irish poet of Dublin.

Genealogy of the Whittlesey-Whittelsey Family: By Charles Barney Whittelsey. Whittlesey house, McGraw-Hill book company, inc., 1941

 

Maria Tracy (d. of Edwardus Tracy) of 23 Richmond St m. Gulielmus Kelly (s. of Martini Kelly) of 23 Richmond St 11 September 1877 Wit: Joannes Martin & Maria Martin

Mary Tracey & Gulielmus Kelly [see Laois]

Gulielmus Joseph Kelly b. 19 July 1878 of 23 Richmond Place Sp. Gulielmus Leadly & Maria Helena Leadly. St. Agatha [duplicate see St. Lawrence]

Maria Tracy, full [age], spinster, lives 23 Richmond Place, (d. of Edward Tracy, dead, shop keeper) married William Kelly, full [age], bachelor, professor, lives 23 Richmond Place, (s. of Martin Kelly, living, farmer) 11 September 1877 RC Chapel St Agatha N Wm St Wit: John Martin & Mary Martin [Dublin North PLU]

Maria Tracy (d. of Edvardus Tracy & Elizabeth Horan of Mount Mellick of Queens? Co) of 23 Richmond St m. Gulielmus Kelly (s. of Martini Kelly & Honoria Owens of Ballymic Co. Carlow) of 23 Richmond St on the 11 September 1877 Wit: Joannes Martin & Maria Martin of 6 Shamrock Villa Harolds Cross. [comment in Latin?]. St. Lawrence RC

Mary Tracey & Gulielmus Kelly

Gulielmus Joseph Kelly b. 19 July 1878 of 23 Richmond Place Sp. Gulielmus Leadley & Maria Helena Leadley. St. Lawrence RC

Maria Tracey & William Kelly

William Joseph Kelly b. 19 Jul 1878 N Dublin, County Dublin (LDS)

 

Maurice Tracey & Annie Lyons

Annie Tracey b. 1/10 Apr 1899 of 33 Claredon St Sp. Sarah Dunne. St Andrews Parish Dublin (Note: Married James Nolan in Carlow on 4 March 1930)

 

Michael(?) Tracy

Edward Tracy b: 15 Nov. 1845 in Co. Carlow, came to U.S. on ship Cultivator from Liverpool to NY in 1862, went to IL, enlisted in Union army, married Mary Callahan (who died before 1880), then moved to Iowa around 1880 and married Margaret Minner. Father's name possibly Michael - possible sibling Philip. Died 9 Jul 1916. If anyone has information on this family, please contact me.

kathy

 

Patrick Trac(e)y

I am trying to find information on the Tracey family. Patrick was born in 1833 in Co. Carlow and moved to Liverpool in 1855 where he married Eliza Miner. On the marriage certificate one of the witnesses was William Tracy, who lived in Ireland. Can anyone help? Thanks

kmastudio 21 Apr 2007

 

 

 Bagenalstown (& Dunleckey)

 

Grace Tracy, full age, spinster, lives 18 Fontenoy St, (daughter of John Tracy, dead, law agents' assistant) married William Rea, full age, widower, miller, lives 4 Parade Bagenalstown, (son of John Rea, millwright) on the 6 July 1912 Wit: Alexander Rea & R. McGee Register's Office Dublin. [see Grace Trimble of Armagh]

Grace Tracy & William Smith Finley Rea, miller, of Bagnalstown
Eileen Margaret Finley Rea b. 24 April 1913 of 3 Sussex Road [Dublin]. Grace Rea, mother, 3 Sussex Road. [Rathmines, Dublin South]

 

https://www.myheritage.com/person-2000016_127542861_127542861/william-rea

 

This is the Rea family in Carlow in the 1911 Census:

http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Carlow/Bagenalstown_Urban/The_Parade/309324/

 

 

 Ballon & Rathoe

 

NOTE: Online baptisms and marriages end 1868.

 

Griffiths Valuation for Carlow County c1852

Parish of Ardoyne, Townland of Ardattin (Ord. S. 13, 14), 194 acres

Map#

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

2 a

Peter Tracey

James T. Butler

34a2r19p House, offices & land

2 b

Vacant

Peter Tracey

House

Parish of Ardoyne, Townland of Craans (Ord. S. 14), 777 acres

Map#

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

7

Peter Tracey

Reps. Right Hon. John Doherty

74a1r28p House, offices & land

 

 

Edmund Tracy & Mary

Mary Tracy b. 2 Jul 1785 of Lisgarvin [Gilbertstown] Sp. Wilm Tracy & Elizabeth Tracy. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

Cathrine Tracy married Hugh Murphy 17 Jan 1790 Wit: Thos Mowlan & Samuel WSatson. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

Timothy Maher & Margaret,

Darby b. 4th Dec 1791 Lisgarvin Sp. Owen Cummins & Elizabeth Tracy

 

Alice? Tracy married John Dowling? 11? Feb 1792 Wit: Denis? Kavanagh? & John Smith. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

1792 02 19 (triple wedding) Dowling, John m. Allice Tracy; witnesses: Denis Kavanagh, John Smith Murphy, John m. Cathrine Donn (RN: sic Dunn); witnesses: John Dowling, James Curren Smith, John m Mary Sommers; witnesses: James Macavoy, John  Dowling

 

Edward Nowlan & Ann

James b. 25th Sep 1793 Lisgarvin Sp. Andrew Reddy & Elizabeth Tracy

 

Timothy Magher & Mary

Michael b. 17th Apr 1794 Lisgarvin Sp. Thomas Tracy & Judith Nowlan

 

Thomas Treacy/Treasey/Treasy & Catharine

Mary Treacy b. 19 Apr 1817 Sp. Thomas Treacy & Eliza Kinasela. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

John Treasey b. 13 Dec 1818 Sp. Hugh & Margaret Nolan. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

Ally Treasy b. 1 Oct 1820 Sp. Edward McDonald & Mary Treasy. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

Anne Treasy b. 23 Sep 1823 of Ballyleean [Ballyleen Ballon] Sp. Elizabeth Treasy. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

Thomas Treacy & Judith

Elizabeth Treacy b. 21 Aug 1819 Sp. Ann Redmond?. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

Michael Treacy & Jane

John Treacy b. 22 May 1820 Sp. Michael Caughlan & Mary Delany. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

Michael Treacy & Jane Doran

Bridget Treacy b. 20 Jan 1825 of Kilcod [Kilcoole Gilbertstown] Sp. John & Margaret Behan. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

Michael Treacy b. 1 Jul 1827 of Kilcool Sp. William Behan & Bridget Murphy. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

James Treacy b. 30 Jul 1838 of Kilcool? Sp. James Lyons & Jany? Treacy?. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

John Treasy & Bridget

Michael Treasy b. 26 Sep 1821 Sp. James & Eliza Crow. Ballon and Rathoe Parish [twins]

William Treasy b. 26 Sep 1821 Sp. James Crow & Judith Dawson?. Ballon and Rathoe Parish [twins]

John Treacy & Bridget Dawson?

Thomas Treacy b. 5 Jul 1828 of Ballylaan [Ballyleen Ballon] Sp. Brian Reddy & Bridget Doyle. Ballon and Rathoe Parish [twins]

James Treacy b. 5 Jul 1828 of Ballylaan Sp. Mauris? Dawson? & Mary Doyle. Ballon and Rathoe Parish [twins]

 

Elizbt Tracy & Owen Horan

Timothy Horan b. 31 Aug 1820 Sp. Thomas? Murphy? & Mary Murphy. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

Margaret Treacy & William Murphy

John Murphy b. 25 Mar 1825 of Lisgarvin [Gilbertstown] Sp. Henry & Sally Treacy. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

Mary Treacy & Thomas Maher

John Maher b. 2 May 1825 of Kellane? [Killane Ballyellin OR Kellistown] Sp. Edward & Ellen Maher. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

Sally Maher b. 14 Feb 1829 of Killane Sp. Patt Nolan & Elizabeth Lawler. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

Anne Treacy married James Leary of Lisgargin [Lisgarvan Gilbertstown] 2 Feb 1826 Wit: Owen Doran & John Treacy. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

Thomas Tracey & Catherine Smith [see Wicklow]

Patrick Tracey b. in Tullow, Co Carlow.

John Tracey b. 1827 Ireland. Immigration: 15 September 1857 ‘Admiral Lyons’ with sister Mary sponsored by BIL John Murphy, Duck River.

Anne Tracey b. 1830 in Knocknatubrid, Ardattin, Co, Carlow. Immigration: 31 October 1854 Patrician parents living at Newbridge, Co. Wicklow. d: 13 August 1873 in McEvoy Street, Waterloo, NSW 42 years. Burial: 15 August 1873 Rookwood Cemetery, Sydney, NSW. Married John Murphy (b. 1828 in Wexford) 19 July 1856 in St Mary's Cathedral, Sydney, NSW, Australia reg no 369 d: 24 January 1897 in Sydney Hospital, Sydney, NSW Burial: 25 January 1897 R C Cemetery, Rookwood, NSW

Mary Tracey b. 1835 in Knocknatubrid, Ardattin, near Tullow, Co Carlow. Immigration: 15 September 1857 ‘Admiral Lyons’ with brother John sponsored by sister Anne Murphy, Pyrmont

Thomas Tracey b: 1839 in Ballymoneen, Co Wicklow. Married Ellen Clemin b: 1842 in Ballymoneen, Co Wicklow. Immigration: 09 May 1863 ‘Ironside’ with wife and 2 children and siblings, James and Catherine.

James Tracey b: 1841 in Avoca, Co Wicklow. Immigration: 09 May 1863 ‘Ironside’ with siblings Thomas and Catherine, Sponsored by John Murphy.

Catherine Tracey b: 1843 in Knocknatubrid, Ardittin, Co Carlow. Immigration: 09 May 1863 ‘Ironside’ with siblings Thomas and James. Sponsored by bil John Murphy, Braidwood.

I'd love to hear from anyone researching the family.

“K & L Goodworth"  (laraken@bigpond.com) 8 June 2011

 

Edward Treacy married Catherine Eustace of Castlequarter [in Kellistown] 22 Sep 1829 Wit: Peter Eustace & Mary Pender. Ballon and Rathoe Parish [see Tinryland]

 

Mary Treacy married James Bergan of Moyle [Kellistown] 25 Jun 1830 Wit: Patrick & Catherine Treacy. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

Bridget Treacy married John Brian of Ballyleean [Ballyleen Ballon] 27 Nov 1832 Wit: James Fallon & Mary Carty. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

Catherine Treacy married James Fenlon of Lisgaron? [Lisgarvan Gilbertstown] 22 Jul 1832 Wit: John & Mary Treacy. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

Michael Treacy married Anne Murphy of Ballyleean [Ballyleen Ballon] 1 Aug 1832 Wit: James Hickey & Bridget Murphy. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

Winifred Treacy married Denis Whelan of Moyal [Moyle Kellistown] 3 Sep 1833 Wit: Michael Costly? & Mary Quine. Ballon and Rathoe Parish [see Tinryland]

 

Patrick Treacy married Mary Quinn of Moyal [Moyle Kellistown] 30 Nov 1833 Wit: James Caughlan & Bridget Gorman. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

Thomas Treacy married Ellen Nolan of Killane [Ballyellin OR Kellistown] 4 Feb 1837 Wit: William & Madge Nolan. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

Thomas Treacy & Ellen Nolan

Eliza Treacy b. 24 May 1840 of Lisgarvan [Gilbertstown] Sp. John Nolan & Brisget Treacy. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

Henry Treacy & Judith Ryan

John Treacy b. 14 Mar 1857 of Ballyan [Ballyleen Ballon - Griffiths Valuation] Sp. Owen Doran & Mary Ryan. Ballon and Rathoe Parish

 

Michael/Mychal Tracy/Treacy, full age, bachelor, labourer, lives Grangeford [Grangeford], (s. of James Byrne, labourer) married Bridget Nolan, full age, spinster, BLANK, lives Grangeford, (d. of John Nolan, labourer) 22 April 1875 RC Chapel Rathoe Wit: Pat Nolan & Jane Byrne, signed his mark [Fenagh & Myshall Carlow PLU] signed her mark

 

Eliza Tracy, full age, spinster, BLANK, lives Lara [Larah Ballon], (d. of Michl Tracy, labourer) married John Doyle, full age, widower, labourer, lives Ballon Hill [in Ballon], (s. of Silvester Doyle, labourer) 16 May 1880 RC Chapel Ballon Wit: Michael Welsh & Maria Kelly [Fenagh & Myshall Carlow PLU] signed their marks

 

Mary Tracy, full age, spinster, BLANK, lives Castlemore [Fennagh], (d. of Michl Tracy, labourer) married Patrick/Pat King, full age, bachelor, servant, lives Castlemore, (s. of Abraham King, labourer) 15 August 1876 RC Chapel Rathoe [Gilbertstown] Wit: Michael Murphy & Bessy Tallon [Fenagh & Myshall Carlow PLU] signed their marks

Mary Tracey & Patrick King

Patrick King b. 19 Sep 1878 Castlemore County Carlow (LDS)

James King b. 1 Feb 1881 Hardymount [Hardymount House Castlemore], Carlow (LDS)

 

John Tracy of Ballylean [Ballyleen Ballon] (s. of Henry Tracy D. of Ballylean) m. Maria Cummins of Kilnock [Kilknock Ballyellin OR Kellistown] (d. of Pat Cummins D. of Kilnock) on 15 Nov 1882 [1881?] Ballon, Carlow

John Tracey/Treacy, full [age], bachelor, farmer, lives Ballylean, (s. of Henry Tracey, D [dead], farmer) married Maria Cummins [Cummisy?], minor, spinster, farmer, lives Kilnock, (d. of Patrick Cummisy, D [dead], farmer) 15 November 1882 RC Chapel Rathoe Wit: Laurence Ryan & Alicia Hearney [Fenagh & Myshall Carlow PLU]

John Treacy & Maria Cummins

Henry Joseph Treacy b. 2 Dec 1883 bapt.6 Dec 1883 Ballylean. Ballon & Rathoe, Carlow RC.

 

??? Treacy & Maria Cummins, (daughter of Patrick & ??? Connors. These Cummins from Kilknock and Killane.) (Traceys of Ratharnan???)

Tom Treacy, lived in the area of Ballon

"Sue Clement" <sneirish@comcast.net> 7 July 2004

 

Matthew Treacy of Donore [Lorum] (s. of William Treacy of Donore) m. Bridget Maher of Killane [Kellistown OR Ballyellin] (d. of James Maher of Killane) on Nov? 1882 [1881?] Ballon, Carlow

Matthew Treacy, 30, bachelor, farmer, lives Donore Co. Carlow, (s. of Thomas, living, farmer) married Bridget Maher, 28, spinster, BLANK profession, lives Killane Co. Carlow, (d. of James, living, tradesman) 16 July 1881 RC Chapel Rathoe Wit: Jeremiah Bolger & Maria Mahar [Fenagh & Myshall Carlow PLU] signed his mark

 

28 May 1903 Confirmation Ballon and Rathoe

Thomas Patrick Tracey, 13 years, son of John & Maria of Ballylean

 

Ballon and Rathoe Parish Deaths

John Treacy of Ballyluan, died 19 Sep 1828

John Treacy of Lisgaren?, died 22 May 1831

Mary Tracey of Ballalan, died 1 Dec 1832

Mary Treacy of Grange?, died 3 Jan 1862

Peggy Tracy of Grange, died 26 Aug 1871, aged 68 years

 

Inscriptions on Tombstones in Templepeter Cemetery

Edward Tracey

Erected by Maria Tracey of Carlow in memory of her father Edward Tracey who departed this life February 4th 1872 aged 64 years. R.I.P.

John Tracey

John Tracey Ballylean died 11th December 1926 aged 72 years; his daughter Bridget died 7th July 1906 aged 12 years; Margaret died 16th July 1920 aged 24 years; also his wife Maria (nee Cummins) died 15th December 1943 aged 80 years.

Rose Tracey

Erected in memory of Miss Rose Tracey of Bagnalstown who died the 11th December 1886 aged 70 years; also there are interred the remains of her father, mother, brother and sister. R.I.P.

Thomas Tracey

Erected by Edward Tracey T.C. of Carlow in memory of his beloved father Thomas Tracey who died 5th April 1847 aged 76 years, and his brother William Tracey 23rd April 1843 aged 28 years, and of his brother Patrick Tracey who died 8th March 1865 aged 55 years; also Maria Tracey who died the 6th of March 1927.

Win Tracey

late of Lisgarvan, 11th day January 1825 aged 28 years.

 

Memorials of the Dead

Liscolman SW Wicklow

Erected by Michael Tracy of Liscolman in memory of his wife Ann Tracy who departed this life the 29th of January 1857 aged 77 years. Also the above Michael Tracy who dept this life Dec 7th 18.2 aged 80 years.

Here also are interred the remains of Mrs. Tracy of Kilbregan? Who departed this life septr 25th 1856? Aged 58 years also the repose of the soul of Patrick Tracy of Kilcoran who depd this life Octr 2nd 1875 aged 75 years. Also the repose of the soul of Anne wife of Peter Traecy of Craan who departed this life the 21st of Augt 1868 aged 72 yrs. Also the above named Peter Tracey who died 1st June 1879 aged 82 years and his daughter Sarah Jane Tracey who died 3rd April 1896 aged 65 years.

 

 

 Baltinglass (Carlow, Kildare & Wicklow)

 

See Wicklow.

 

 

 Borris (Carlow/Wexford)

 

Griffiths Valuation for Carlow County c1851/52

Parish of Sliguff, Townland of Knocklonagad, (Ord. S. 19), 776 acres

Map#

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

18

Michael Tracy

Philip Newton

House, offices & land

 

1782 to 1853 Baptism Records

http://www.igp-web.com/Carlow/Baptisims_Borris_index.htm

 

Queries on the Tracys of Borris, County Carlow 1840's - 1870's Tara Tracy

 

Hi to all, I am looking information on the Treacy/Tracy families from Borris and Dillon from Bagenalstown. Birth records and marriage records would be great, if anyone can help. "treacy BREEN" treacy@breen784.fslife.co.uk "Michael Brennan" michael@janbren.freeserve.co.uk 2 Feb 2004 Breen Jan 22, 2008

 

Looking for any information on Treacy's from Borris Co Carlow. 1900-present. tab1310  13 February 2008

 

Hi my name is Geraldine Kennedy nee [Treacy]. I am looking for any information on the Treacy's of borris ; Ballymartin, Borris Co. Carlow. Thank you. geraldine treacy kennedy  Jan 4, 2009 

 

Extracts from Parochial Registers of Borris, 1782 – 1880 [up to 1853 completed]

Please note that there are no entries between the end of 1813 and January of 1825.

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlcar2/Baptisims_Borris_index.htm

 

Mary Tracey wife of John Doran

Jams Doran b. 23 Jun 1782 of Knocroe? [Knockroe Kiltennell] Sp. Edmd Holehan & Margt Jordan? Borris Parish

Elinr Doran b. 18 Sep 1786 Knocroe Sp. Gerald Byrne & Bridgt Cloney. Borris Parish

 

Cath Tracey married Wm Jurdan in Borris 25 Feb 1786 Wit Darby Tracey. Borris Parish

Cath Tracey & Wm Jardin

Mary Jardin b. 25 Feb 1787 Knocroe [Knockroe Kiltennell] Sp. Danl Carroll & Anne Jardin. Borris Parish

 

Patt Tracey & Margt Regan

Cecily Tracey bas [illeg] b. 9 Feb 1789 of Borris [Clonygoose] Sp. Bridgt Regan. Borris Parish

 

Charles Kavana & Elinor Cloney

Janna b. 14 May 1792 Rahanna Sp. Davy Doyle & Caty Tracey

 

John Tresy & Bidy Byrne

Margt Tresy b. 20 Nov 1797 of Barmona [Ballinamona or Ballyellin Kiltennell] Sp. Stephen Summers & Mol Corran. Borris Parish

 

Edmond Tracey married Anne Byrne at Borris [Clonygoose] 17 July 1803 Wit: James Lynham & Bridget Tobin. Borris Parish

Edmond/Ned Tracy/Treacy & Anne Byrne/BLANK

Denis Tracy b. 14 Jun 1804 Killedmond [Kiltennell] Sp. Paddy Doran & Judy Byrne. Borris Parish

Michl Treacy b. 9 Oct 1808 Boris Sp. Mathew Ryan & Judy Byrne. Borris Parish

 

Larry Treacy b. about 1815 Borris (LDS)

 

Bridget Tracy/Treacy & James Hickey

John Hickey b. 17 Jul 1826 of Borris [Clonygoose] Sp. Tom Eagan & Rose Murphy. Borris Parish

Patt Hickey b. 31 May 1829 Sp. John Culleton & Kitty Rice. Borris Parish

Darby Hickey b. 02 Apr 1832 Sp. Mick Murphy & Meary Eagan. Borris Parish

James Hickey b. 08 Jan 1837 Bymartin [Ballymartin Clonygoose] Sp. Maurise Hickey & Ally Treacy. Borris Parish

 

James Nolan & Margaret Hokans

Margaret b. 29 Jan 1830 Sp. Denis Tracy & Mary Doran

 

Andy Doyle & Bidy Connors

John b. 01 Apr 1832 Raheen Sp. Denis Treacy & Citty Doyle

 

Patt Murphy & Mary Pepper?

Anne b. 25 Jan 1835 Killedmond Sp. Denis Tracy & Anne Ryan

 

Edward Murphy & Mary McNally

John b. 17 Apr 1839 Knochsquire Sp. Denis Tracy & Mary Carty

 

James Murphy & Eliza Curry

Margret b. 05 Jan 1840 Rosdellig Sp. Denis Tracy & Mary Kavanagh

 

Mick/Michl Treacy/Tracy & Anne Murphy

Ellen Treacy b. 23 Jun 1833 Crana [Crannagh Kiltennell] Sp. Patt Whelan & Ellen Byrne. Borris Parish

Darby Tracy b. 22 Feb 1835 of Crème [Crannagh? Kiltennell] Crannagh Sp. William Rice & Mary Rise. Borris Parish

Thomas Tracy b. 12 Dec 1841 Ballymartin [Clonygoose] Sp. Michl Murphy & Aly Tracy. Borris Parish

Stephen Tracy b. 28 Dec 1844 of Balymartin Sp. John Hickey & Cath Byrne. Borris Parish

Mick Tracy b. 26 Sep 1846 of Bormona [Ballinamona or Ballyellin Kiltennell] Sp. Philp Moran & Ellen Murphy. Borris Parish 

Mich Tracy & Nancy Murphy

John Tracy b. 1 Nov 1836 Ballymartin Sp. Michael & Anne Byne. Borris Parish

 

Michael Tracey & Anne Murphy

Ellen b. abt 1832 Burns?

I am trying to trace one of my ancestors, Ellen Tracey, who was born about 1832 in Burns (I'm not sure if that is correct, but that is the way it is typed on a transcript of her Australian marriage certificate), Carlow. She emigrated to Australia in 1856 on the ship Mangerton (I think on her own) and settled in Queensland, Australia. She married Edward Terry in 1865 and lived to the age of 99. I wonder if you may also be descended from her family or if you could help me to trace her family. On her marriage certificate her parents are given as Michael Tracey (farmer) and Anne Murphy.

Jill Vincent

 

Darby Tracey married Mary Hanlon of Spahill [Kiltennell] 9 Feb 1864 Wit: John Regan & Maria Caulfield. Borris Parish [see above]

Darby Tracey, full age, bachelor, farmer, lives Ballymartin [Clonygoose] (s. of Michael Tracey, farmer) married Mary Hanlon, full age, spinster, lives Spahill, (d. of James Hanlon, farmer) 9 February 1864 RC Chapel of Borris Wit: John Heyan? & Maria Cantfield? [Borris Carlow PLU] (signed her mark)

Darby Tracy & Maria Hanlon

Anne? Tracy b. 3 March 1867 of Ballymartin Sp. John Tracy & Bridget Lawlor. Borris Parish

John/Joanne Treacy/Tracy & Brigid Hanlon

Thomas Treacy b. 27 Dec 1868 of Ballymartin [Clonygoose] Sp. John Caulfield & Bridget Hanlon. Borris Parish

Patrick Tracy b. 9 Feb 1873 of Ballymartin Sp. John Lyons & Brigid Dillon. Borris Parish

 

1. Michael Tracey

1.1 Darby Tracey m. Maria Hanlon/Hanlin 9 February 1864 Borris (LDS) [State Reg: Darby Tracey, Carlow, 1864 3 453]

Darby Tracey (s. of Michael Tracey) m. Mary Hanlon (d. of James Hanlon) 9 February 1864 Boris, Co. Carlow. (LDS)

1.1.1 John b. 6 January 1865 Borris (LDS)

1.1.2. Anne b. 28 February 1867 Borris (LDS)

1.1.3 Thomas b. 24 December 1868 (LDS)

 

Tracy (Tracey) of Boris, Co. Carlow

1. Michael Tracy married Annie Maher.

1.1 Michael (b. September 1845), immigrated to the US in 1873 and married Hannah Quinlan, they did not have any children.

1.2 Jeremiah (aka Darby) married Mary Hanlon. Jeremiah and Mary had at least 2 children.

1.2.1 John H. (b. 1/6/1865) Borris, Carlow. John immigrated to the US in 1885 (An interesting fact about John Tracy is that John Tracy is listed in the 1900 US census as John Hanlon. It seems as though he was occasionally using his mother’s maiden name). He married Elizabeth Gainey (b. 2/24/1863) who immigrated to the US in 1884. John and Elizabeth had five children. All of John and Elizabeth’s children were born in Somerville, MA.

1.2.1.1 Mary J (b. 9/16/1894), never married.

1.2.1.2 John X (b. 1895), died as a child.

1.2.1.3 Elizabeth A (b. 1898), married John Quirk.

1.2.1.4 Esther A (b. 4/15/1900), married John Landrigan.

1.2.1.5 Thomas Francis (b. 8/30/1901), married Helen Weber in Lexington MA on October 12, 1929. Thomas and Helen had 5 children;

1.2.1.5.1 Joan,

1.2.1.5.2 Thomas F (jr), married Elizabeth Dennehy.

1.2.1.5.3 Helen 

1.2.1.5.4 John

1.2.1.5.5 Paul.

1.2.2 Annie H. (b. 2/26/1867). Borris, Carlow. Immigrated to the US in 1885.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~tracyfamilygenealogy/

http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=tjetracy&id=I136

 

John H. Tracy & Elizabeth Gainey

Elizabeth Tracy b. 8 January 1899 of 25 Lake St Somerville Middlesex Massachusetts, Father: freight clerk, father born Co. Carlow Ireland mother born Co. Cork Ireland

MALE TWINS b. 27 December 1903 of 25 Lake St Somerville Middlesex Massachusetts, Father: Receiving Clerk, parents born Co. Carlow Ireland, date of record Jan 5 1904.

 

 

Ellen Terry (Tracey) death

 

Denis Tracy of Kiledmond [Killedmond Kiltennell] married Biddy Tobin of Kiledmond at Borris 30 Jan 1833 Wit Thomas Scott? & Judy Nowhan? Borris Parish

Denis Tracy & Bridget/Brid/Bridgt Tobin

Mick Tracy b. 20 Oct 1833 Sp. Patt Doran & Mary Neil. Borris Parish

James? Tracy b. 28 Oct 1838 Killedmond Sp. Thos? Tobin & Ann Byrne. Borris Parish [bad copy]

Patt Tracy b. 3 Mar 1844 Killedmond Sp. Thomas Tracy & Mary Byrne. Borris Parish

William Tracy b. 6 Dec 1846 of Killedmond Sp. John Neil & Ellen Bow. Borris Parish

 

Maria Anna Tracey of Killedmond [Kiltennell] (d. of Dionysis Tracey of Killemond) married Jacobus McDonald of Tomduff [Kiltennell] (s. of Michaelis McDonald of Tomduff) ? July 1877 Wit: Jacobus McDonald of Killedmond & Maria McDonald of Killedmond. Borris Parish

Maria Anna Tracy m. Jacobus McDonald 23 July 1877 Borris (LDS)

Mary Anne Tracy, [full] age, spinster, at home, lives Killedmond, (d. of Mary McDonald [error], farmer) married James McDonald, [full] age, bachelor, tailor, lives Killedmond, (s, of James McDonald [error], farmer) 23 July 1877 RC Chapel Borris Wit: James McDonald & Mary McDonald, signed her mark [Borris Carlow PLU]

 

Daniel Fienny & Beddy Tobin

James b. 25 Dec 1835 Killedmond Sp. James Treacy & Mary Neil

 

John Treacy married Elean Bowes 26? Nov 1836 Wit: Denis Treacy & Mary Murphy. Borris Parish

Jas/James Treasy/Tracy/Tracey & Ellen Bowe?/Bow

Thomas Treasy b. 10 Sep 1837 of Kiledmond [Killedmond Kiltennell] Sp. Cathn & Thos Dawsan?  Borris Parish

??? Tracy b. ?? Aug 1839 Killedmond Sp. ??? Doran & Joney Jordan [Elizabeth]. Borris Parish

Philip Tracey b. 27 Feb 1842 Killedmond Sp. Moses Byrne & Cath Byrne. Borris Parish

Anne Tracy b. 2 Mar 1845 Kiledmond Sp. John Neil & Margt Hefferon. Borris Parish

Susan Tracy b. 25 Feb 1849 Killedmond Sp. Patt Neil & Margaret Neil. Borris Parish

 

Martin Fenan? & Ellen Nolan

Mary b. 07 Apr 1839 Kilcoltrim Sp. Larry Treacy & Mary Byrne

 

Larry Dowling & Mary Dobbs

Rose b. ?? May 1849 Killedmond Sp. Larry Treacy & Catherine Nolan

 

Larry Treacy married Bridt Murry 13 Feb 1840 wit: Dennis Treacy & Mary Murry. Borris Parish

Laurence Tracy m. Bridget Murray 13 February 1840 Borris (LDS)

Larry Tracy & Brid Murphy

Mary Tracy b. 9 Aug 1844 Kiledmond? [Killedmond Kiltennell] Sp. James Tracy & Ellen Tracy. Borris Parish

Lary/Laurence Tracy/Treacy & Bridget Murray

James Tracy b. 16 Jul 1848 Killedmond Sp. Mick Murphy & Cath Byrne. Borris Parish

Edward Tracy b. 27 March 1853 Killedmond Sp. Mick Murray & Ellen Neile. Borris Parish (LDS)  

Margaret Treacy b. 21 August 1857 of Kiledmond Sp. Patrick Neill & Margaret Hayes. Borris Parish (LDS)

Thomas Tracy (b. about 1816 Borris) m. Mary Murray about 1841 Borris (LDS)

Thos Tracy & Mary Murray

Anne Tracy b. 21 April 1842 of Killedmond Sp. Lary Tracy & Bridget Murray. Borris Parish. Borris (LDS) [Note: Names may be in the wrong order]

 

Maria Tracy of Kiledmond [Killedmond Kiltennell] (d. of Laur Tracy of Kilemond) married Jacobus McDonald of Tomduff [Kiltennell] (s. of Andria McDonald of Tomduff) 9? Feb 1869 Wit: Michael McDonald of Tomduff & Joanna Calarsey? (Tracy crossed out) of Knockroe [Kiltennell]. Borris Parish

Mary Tracy, of age, spinster, BLANK, married James McDonald, 22, bachelor, shoemaker, lives Tomduff, (s. of Andrew McDonald, shoemaker) 9 February 1869 RC Chapel Borris Wit: Michael McDonald & Johanna Clowry [Borris Carlow PLU]

Maria Tracy m. Jacobus McDonald 9 February 1869 Borris (LDS)

Mary Tracy & James? McDonald

Mary McDonald b. 22 Dec 1872 of Kiledmond Sp Henry Lucas & Margaret Lucas. Borish parish

Brigid McDonald b. 17 Oct 1875 of Kiledmond Sp. Patt McDonald & Mary Dunne. Boris Parish

Patrick McDonald b. 17 Mar 1878 Sp. of [not stated] Sp. Pat Tracey & Mary Neil. Boris Parish

 

Anne Treacy, 21, spinster, farmer, lives Kiledmond [Killedmond Kiltennell], (d. of Laurence Treacy, farmer) married Daniel Dunne, 20, bachelor, blacksmith, lives Rahanna [Rathanna Kiltennell], (s. of Thos Dunne, blacksmith) 19 September 1869 RC Chapel Rahanna Wit: James Treacy & Julia Coady, their marks [Borris Carlow PLU] signed their marks [Not Borris RC]

 

Margaret Treacy/Tracey, full [age], spinster, BLANK profession, lives Kiledmond [Killedmond Kiltennell], (d. of Laurence Treacy, BLANK profession) married Thomas Williams, full [age], widower, labourer, lives Cashill [Cashel Kiltennell], (s. of Henry Williams, labourer) 15 November 1896 RC Chapel Borris Wit: Pat Byrne & Mary O'Shea [Borris Carlow PLU] signed his mark

 

Thomas Byrnes & Mary Neil

Cath b. 20 Mar 1842 Knochsquire Sp. Thomas Tracy & Cath Murphy

 

Bridget Tracy married Hugh Rooney of Nurney or Oldtown [Nurney] 3 Mar 1840 Wit: Daniel McCormick & Elizabeth Eustace. Dunleckney Parish

Bridget Treacy & Hugh Rooney

James Rooney b. 3 Jan, 1841 Oldtown Sp. John Neil & Mary Treacy. Dunleckney Parish

Brid/Bridget Tracy & Hugh Rooney

Maria Rooney b. 16 May 1842 Rathana [Rathanna Kiltennell] Sp. Dan McDonald & Cath McDonald. Borris Parish

Margret Rooney b. 10 Mar 1844 Rathana Sp. James Doyle & Eliza Rodgers. Borris Parish

Bridget Rooney b. 8 Mar 1846 Rathana Sp. Patt Murphy & Margt Neil. Borris Parish

Anne Rooney b. 2 Jul 1848 Myvally [Moyvally Kiltennell] Sp. John Ryan & Anne Walsh. Borris Parish

John Rooney b. 10 Oct 1850 Myvally Sp. Tom Doyle & Judy Kinsella. Borris Parish

 

Thos Tracy & Mary Murray
Anne Tracy b. 21 Apr 1842 of Kiledmond [Killedmond Kiltennell] Sp. Lary? Tracy & Brid Murray. Borris Parish

 

Thomas Tracy & Mary Brenan

Thos Tracy b. 24 Dec 1843 Kilcoltrim [Kiltennell] Sp. Will Hogan & Honor Nolan. Borris Parish

Mary Tracy b. 13 Aug 1848 of Bormona [Ballinamona or Ballyellin Kiltennell] Sp. James Neil & Cath Lynch. Borris Parish

Daniel Tracy & Mary Brennan

Margret Tracy b. 1 Mar 1846 of Bermona? [Ballinamona or Ballyellin Kiltennell] Sp. Frank Corcoran & Cath Corcoran. Borris Parish

 

Maria Tracy b. about 1848 Borris (LDS)

 

James Tracy/Treacy & Mary Ryan

Catherin/Cathr Tracy bapt. ? Sept 1854 and 19? Nov 1854 of Kiledmond [Killedmond Kiltennell] Sp. William Kane & Mary Lett. Borris Parish [double entry]

James Treacy b. 31 January 1859 of Kiledmond Sp Thomas Neill & Mary Rooney. Borris Parish

 

John Tracy married Mary Tobin of Ballinvally [Kiltennell] 20 Feb 1857 Wit: Thos Harding & Mary Kinsella. Borris Parish

 

Jas Moore m. Anne Grace 6 July 1857 Ballybrack Wit: Patt Pendar & Mary Tracy

 

Edward Tracey married Judith Murphy 19 Feb 1859 Knochsquire [Knocksquire or Knockscur Kiltennell] Wit: John Healy & Anne Anderson. Borris Parish

 

Darby Tracey married Mary Hanlon of Spahill [Kiltennell] 9 Feb 1864 Wit: John Regan & Maria Caulfield. Borris Parish [see above]

Darby Tracey, full age, bachelor, farmer, lives Ballymartin [Clonygoose] (s. of Michael Tracey, farmer) married Mary Hanlon, full age, spinster, lives Spahill, (d. of James Hanlon, farmer) 9 February 1864 RC Chapel of Borris Wit: John Heyan? & Maria Cantfield? [Borris Carlow PLU] (signed her mark)

Darby Tracy & Maria Hanlon

Anne? Tracy b. 3 March 1867 of Ballymartin Sp. John Tracy & Bridget Lawlor. Borris Parish

John/Joanne Treacy/Tracy & Brigid Hanlon

Thomas Treacy b. 27 Dec 1868 of Ballymartin [Clonygoose] Sp. John Caulfield & Bridget Hanlon. Borris Parish

Patrick Tracy b. 9 Feb 1873 of Ballymartin Sp. John Lyons & Brigid Dillon. Borris Parish

 

** Maria Tracy of Kiledmond [Killedmond Kiltennell] (d. of Laur Tracy of Kilemond) married Jacobus McDonald of Tomduff [Kiltennell] (s. of Andria McDonald of Tomduff) 9? Feb 1869 Wit: Michael McDonald of Tomduff & Joanna Calarsey? (Tracy crossed out) of Knockroe [Kiltennell]. Borris Parish [see above]

Mary Tracy, of age, spinster, BLANK, married James McDonald, 22, bachelor, shoemaker, lives Tomduff, (s. of Andrew McDonald, shoemaker) 9 February 1869 RC Chapel Borris Wit: Michael McDonald & Johanna Clowry [Borris Carlow PLU]

Maria Tracy m. Jacobus McDonald 9 February 1869 Borris (LDS)

Mary Tracy & James? McDonald

Mary McDonald b. 22 Dec 1872 of Kiledmond Sp Henry Lucas & Margaret Lucas. Borish parish

Brigid McDonald b. 17 Oct 1875 of Kiledmond Sp. Patt McDonald & Mary Dunne. Boris Parish

Patrick McDonald b. 17 Mar 1878 Sp. of [not stated] Sp. Pat Tracey & Mary Neil. Boris Parish

Mary Tracy/Tracey & James McDonald
Elizabeth McDonald b. 23 Feb 1871 Killedmond, County Carlow (LDS)
Mary McDonald b. 18 Dec 1872 Carlow Ireland (LDS)
Bridget McDonald b. 7 Nov 1875 Killedmond, County Carlow (LDS)
Patrick McDonald b. 31 Mar 1878 Killedmond, County Carlow (LDS)
Andrew McDonald b. 20 Mar 1880 Killedmond County Carlow (LDS)
 
Margaret McDonald died 28 Nov 1908 207 East Evergreen Ave Philadelphia, Burial Date: 01 Dec 1908 Philadelphia, Age: 24, born Feb 1884 Ireland d. of James Mcdonald & Mary Tracy
 

Anne Treacy, 21, spinster, farmer, lives Kiledmond [Killedmond Kiltennell], (d. of Laurence Treacy, farmer) married Daniel Dunne, 20, bachelor, blacksmith, lives Rahanna [Rathanna Kiltennell], (s. of Thos Dunne, blacksmith) 19 September 1869 RC Chapel Rahanna Wit: James Treacy & Julia Coady, their marks [Borris Carlow PLU] signed their marks [see above] [Not Borris RC] [see above]

 

James ??? married Bridget Brien of Coolasnaughta 13 February 1872 Wit: James McDonald & Mary Neill. Myshall Parish [very faint]

James Treacy, full age, bachelor, farmer, lives Killedmond [Kiltennell], (s. of Laurence Treacy, farmer [Killedmond crossed out]) married Bridget Brien, full age, spinster, BLANK, lives Coolasnaughta [Coolasnaghta Fennagh], (d. of Frank Brien, farmer [Coolasnaghta crossed out]) 13 February 1872 RC Chapel Myshall Wit: James McDonald & Meary Neill, signed her mark [Fenagh & Myshall Carlow PLU] signed her mark

 

Terence Treacy & Maria Hanlon/Scanlon?

Mary? Treacy b. 6 Dec 1874 of Ballymartin [Clonygoose] Sp. Patrick Doyle & Eliza Lyons. Borris Parish

 
Edward Tracy & Mary Kelly 
Laurence Tracy b. 2 July 1876 of Kilcoltrim [Kiltennell] Sp. Thomas? McDonald & Mary McDonald. Borris Parish
Edward Tracy & Mary Keelan 
Eliza Tracy b. 18 Aug 1878 of Kilcoltrim Sp. Pat Gorman & Eliza Gorman. Borris Parish 
Edward Tracy & Hariet Keegan 
Bridget Tracy b. 25 July 1880 of Kiledmond [Killedmond Kiltennell] Sp. James McDonald & Mary McDonald. Borris Parish

Edward Tracey/Tracy & Mary Keilan/Keelan/Reelan

Laurence Tracy b. 1 July 1876 Killcoltrim Carlow (LDS)

Eliza Tracey/Tracy b. 13 August 1878 Killcoltrim Carlow (LDS)

Bridget Tracey b. 25 July 1880 Borris Carlow (LDS)

 

Edward Tracey b. 1891 Co Carlow (s. of Edward Tracey & Mary Kelly) m. Margaret Griffin b. 1888 Co. Kilkenny (d. of James Griffin & Catherine Quinn) 16 November 1930 Manhattan, New York, New York, United States

 

** Maria Anna Tracey of Killedmond [Kiltennell] (d. of Dionysis Tracey of Killemond) married Jacobus McDonald of Tomduff [Kiltennell] (s. of Michaelis McDonald of Tomduff) ? July 1877 Wit: Jacobus McDonald of Killedmond & Maria McDonald of Killedmond. Borris Parish [see above]

Maria Anna Tracy m. Jacobus McDonald 23 July 1877 Borris (LDS)

Mary Anne Tracy, [full] age, spinster, at home, lives Killedmond, (d. of Mary McDonald [error], farmer) married James McDonald, [full] age, bachelor, tailor, lives Killedmond, (s, of James McDonald [error], farmer) 23 July 1877 RC Chapel Borris Wit: James McDonald & Mary McDonald, signed her mark [Borris Carlow PLU]

Mary Anne Tracy & James McDonald

Edward James McDonald b. 29 Mar 1880 Killedmond, County Carlow (LDS)

 

Elizabeth Lawlor nee Tracy, of age, widow, employed, lives Borris, (d. of Edward Tracy, labourer) married Maurice Murphy, of age, bachelor, labourer, lives Borris, (s. of Daniel Murphy, labourer) 16 February 1881 RC Chapel Borris Wit: Patrick McAvay & Margret Delaney [Borris Carlow PLU] signed their marks

 

Margaret Treacy/Tracey, full [age], spinster, BLANK profession, lives Kiledmond [Killedmond Kiltennell], (d. of Laurence Treacy, BLANK profession) married Thomas Williams, full [age], widower, labourer, lives Cashill [Cashel Kiltennell], (s. of Henry Williams, labourer) 15 November 1896 RC Chapel Borris Wit: Pat Byrne & Mary O'Shea [Borris Carlow PLU] signed his mark [see above]

 

Lizzie Treacy, 22, spinster, Do [labourer], lives Kiledmund [Killedmond Kiltennell], (d. of Edward Treacy, Do [labourer]) married James McCormack, 60, bachelor, labourer, lives Tomduff? [Kiltennell], (s. of James McCormack, labourer) 24 November 1898 RC Chapel Borris Wit: Patrick McDonald & Bridget Treacy, signed her mark [Borris Carlow PLU] signed their marks

 

 

 

James Tracey (labourer) of Kiledmund Co. Carlow & Mary Mahon of Collintra (Cullentragh, Kilann, Co. Wexford).

Mary Tracey b. 25/1/1880 (State Reg: Enniscorthy, 2nd Quarter 1880 4 633)

 

Michael Tr(e)acy b.1794 married Mary Lawlor b. 1799
Margaret
Edward b. 1823
Thomas b. 1825
married Ann Sheridan. They lived at Carrignafecca (Carrignafecka). [See Myshall]
Sara b. 1827
married in 1853 to Thomas Fenlon b 1825. They lived at Miltown near Bagenalstown. Their son Patrick b. 1860 married Dora Flemming.

Bridget M. Fitzgerald (b. 05 Mar 1864 Carlow, Ireland d. 06 Mar 1929 Chicago, Cook, Illinois) (d. of Sarah Tracey b. Carlow, Ireland & Thomas Fenlon b. Carlow, Ireland)

Occupation: Housewife

Spouse: Matthew Fitzgerald

Burial Date: 09 Mar 1929 Mt. Olivet

James b. 1829
Maria b. 1832
Eliza b. 1836
John b. 1837
Patrick b. 1838
Bridge b. 1830

Ann, b. 1840 married Michael Moore in 1862, lived at Kilcarrig.
Jenny & cyndie culligan & frances moore

Mary L. Price mlprice@mhtc.net 12th July 2008

I have info. on Traceys of Mt. Pleasant, Fenagh; Carrignafecca; Rathnageera & Knockendrane, most buried at Drumphae.
I am a direct descendant of Edward Tracey of Mt. Pleasant (b. ca. 1765) & his son Michael Tracey of Rathnageera and Carrignafecca (b. 1794).

"Mary L. Price" < mlprice@mhtc.net >  4 Jul 2004

 

Catherine Treacy (b. 1908 in Bellymartin Ireland) m. William Sheane (b: 1897 in Corries Carlow) 1949 in Bervis Ontario

Children:

1. Living Sheane

 

10 Feb 1918 Chicago Tribune Obituary

Mary Gaul, fond sister of Mrs. Margaret Brennan, Mrs. Annie O'Grady, aunt of James and Katie Healy, Mrs. Wm. Tracey, and Philip Brennan, native of Borris, County Carlow, Ireland. Funeral Monday at 9 a.m. from sister's residence, 4620 Union av., to St. Gabriel's church; autos to Mount Olivet. For seats call Wentworth 645.

Margaret Tracey (b. circa 1891 Co. Carlow, Ireland d. 22 Apr 1938 Chicago, Cook, Illinois) (d. of Patrick Henly b. Co. Carlow, Ireland & Bridget Gaul b. Co. Carlow, Ireland

Occupation: housework

Residence: Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Spouse: William

Burial Date: 25 Apr 1938 Mt Carmel, Hillside, Cook, Illinois

 

11 July 1955 Chicago Tribune Obituary

Edward J. Tracey, late of 1005 N. Karlov avenue, dearly beloved husband of the late Mary, nee Darcy; loving father of John J., Mrs. Anne Lynn, the late Thomas, and Mary Catherine; dear brother of Mary Tracey; grandfather of four. Funeral Tuesday, July 12, at 9 a.m., from funeral home, 4255-57 W. Division street, to Our Lady of the Angels church. Interment Mount Olivet. Member of O. L. A. Holy Name society. Native of Carrignafeca, County Carlow, Ireland. ALbany 2-3600.

Edward J Tracey b. Carlow Ireland, 37 years & Mary Darcey b. Elton, Ireland, 36  years

Anna Estelle Tracey b. 17 Jul 1915  Chicago Cook Co. Il

 

Kiltennel Tombstone Inscriptions

52. Foley

This headstone has the design of the tabernacle. It has three crosses with three chalices and the letters HIS.

Erected by Michael Foley in memory of his father Luke Foley who depd this life Septr the 26th 1809 aged 60 yrs. Also his wife Margaret Foley als Treacy depd Septr the 25th 1808 aged 60 yrs.

Co. Carlow Tombstone Inscriptions. Published by St. Mullins Muintir Na Tire.

 

** Similar named couples

Maria Tracy m. Jacobus McDonald 9 February 1869 Borris (LDS)

Maria Anna Tracy m. Jacobus McDonald 23 July 1877 Borris (LDS)

 

 

 Carlow (CoI)

 

Church of Ireland records for the Carlow area

http://www.irishgenealogy.ie/index.html

 

See William Treacy of Bellmount

 

James Tracey m. Margaret Kavanagh on 4 June 1773. Carlow Parish View Register

James Treacy & Margaret Cavanagh 1773 (Marriage Licence Bond)

 

Richd Tracey & Ann Tracey

Louisa Cathe Tracey b. 19 April 1820 Carlow Parish View Register

 

James Tracey of Leaghlin Bridge m. Emma Magee of Carlow Parish on 5 September [1827] ???? (Date unclear) by licence. Carlow Parish View Register [see Leighlinbridge]

James Treasey & Emma

Amilia Treasey b. 1 July 1830 bapt. 19 July 1830  Dunleckney View Register

 

Burial of William Treacy, Son of William & Maria Browne, Esqr. Excise Office, late of Carlow Parish. 1832  Decr. 30. Wells Parish.

 

Abraham Treacy (s. of John Treacy, farmer) famer of Bilbo m. Anne Condell (d. of Thomas Condell, farmer) of Augrue on 1 February 1883. Wit: Thos Willoughby & Alicia Condel. Bilboa Parish [Craanlusky Tullowcreen Carlow] View Register

Abraham Treacy, full [age], bachelor, farmer, of Bilbo (s. of John Treacy, farmer) married Anne Condell, full [age], spinster, of Augharue (d. of Thomas Condell, farmer) of Augrue Wit: Thos Willoughby & Alicia Condell on the 1 February 1883 Bilboa Parish Church of Ireland. [b. 1851]

Abraham Tracey (labourer) & Anne Tracey

Martha Tracey b. 25 November 1883 bapt. 13 January 1884 of Greenhill, Killeshin Parish View Register

John Tracey b. 2 November 1884 bapt. 4 January 1885 of Greenhill Cottage, Killeshin Parish View Register

Abraham Treacy & Anne Treacy

Mary Jane Treacy b. 31 May 1886 bapt. 22 August 1886 of Carlow Parish View Register

 

Marriage of Thomas Willoughby of Mayo and Jane Robinson of Mayo on 21 December 1889 Wit: Samuel R Carter & James Treacy. Carlow Parish View Register

 

Henry Treacy, full age, bachelor, attendant asylum Carlow, of asylum Carlow, (s. of John Treacy, farmer) married Margaret Stephenson, full age, spinster, of Castledermot, (d. of Robert Stephson, farmer) Wit: Mary Cordell & Richard Smyth Church of Ireland Carlow 17 September 1902

Henry Treacy of Pollerton Road, Asylum attendant & Margaret Stephenson

Phoebe Treacy b. 23 October 1907 of Pollerton Road Carlow Town

 

Georgina Treacy (b. Bilbo, Ireland d. 30 Dec 1974) m. Frank Shirley

William Leacock http://www.gencircles.com/users/leacock

 

 

 Carlow (Carlow/Kildare)

 

Many thanks to Terence Curran for various records and especially for Carlow Town (January 2008).

 

John Tracy & Margaret Murphy

Rose Tracy b. 21 May 1775 Sp. Maurice King & Elizabrth King. Carlow Parish (Book 1, p.11, No.58)

 

Thady Tracy & Bridgt

Cath Tracy b. 19 Jul 1777 Sp. Patt Hoorahan & Mary Dunn. Carlow Parish (Book 1, p.23, No.110)

 

Daniel Doyle m. Anne Rourke 14 November 1780. Witness: Roger Tracey and William Gafney

 

Judith Tracy & John Hayde

John Hayde b. 20 Oct 1794 Sp. Bridgt Holoughan. Carlow Parish

 

Mary Tracy & Jas Jervis

Bridgt Jervis b. 4 Dec 1826 of Barrack Str Sp. John Hynes & Biddy Nolan. Carlow Parish

 

Patt Tracy & Mary Shortle?

Pat Tracy b. 17 Jun 1838 of Rathmor? [Rathmore Stradbally Laois] Sp. Ellin Byrne. Carlow Parish (Note: Stradbally? Parish)

 

Eliza Tracy married John Cantwell of Bagnalstown [Dunleckney] ? Aug 1839 Wit: Willm Tracy & Bridget Cose? Dunleckney Parish

Elisabeth/Eliza Treacy/Treacey & John Cantwell

Margaret Cantwell b. 2 Jun 1840 of Stapelstown Rd Sp. Thos Treacy & Alicia Treacy. Carlow Parish

Thomas Cantwell b. 22 Mar 1842 of Stapelstown Rd Sp. Patk Treacey & Anne Nolan. Carlow Parish

 

Catherine Treacy m. James Curran 23rd November 1839 Killeshin, Laois Wit James Caopuis? & Anne Treacy

Catherine Treacy & James Curran

Danl? Curran b. 22nd Oct 1843 Killeshin Sp. Pat & Mary Curran

Elizabeth Curran b. 25 June 1855 of Barrack Street Sp. Bridget Moran. Carlow Parish (Book 6, p.129, No.90)

 

Edward Tracy & Mary Lenon

Mary Tracy b. 23 Feb 1839 of Bagnalstown - Carlow Sp. Kitty Sheehan. Carlow Parish (Note: Spurious [illegimate]) (Carlow Book 5, p.77, No.40)

 

Andrew Tracy & Judith Hayden

James Tracy b. 2 Mar 1840 Goal Sp. Elizabeth Gibbons. Carlow Parish (Note: Prison? – crossed out) (Book 5, p.92, No.46)

 

Catherine/Kitty/Cat Tracy & Luke/Luken Murphy

Catherine Murphy b. 10 Apr 1843 of Staplestown Road Sp. Phelun? Byrne & Alicia Tracy. Carlow Parish

Philip Murphy b. 12 Jan 1845 of Staphelstown Road Sp. Timothy Hickey & Mary Murphy. Carlow Parish

Thomas Murphy b. 9 Feb 1847 of Step? Road Sp. Mathw Kinsela & Mary Tracy. Carlow Parish

John Murphy b. 26 Jul 1849 of Staplestown Road Sp. John Nolan & Eliza Brien. Carlow Parish

 

Andrew Tracy & Mary Costello

Thomas Tracy b. 3 Sep 1843 of Seskin [Seskin St Mullin OR Seskin Oldleighlin] Sp. Mary Bryan. Carlow Parish (Note: Spurious [illegimate]) (Book 5, p.151, No.221)

 

Anne Treacy of Killeshin m. John Curren/Curran 23rd February 1846 Killeshin, Laois Wit: Morris Treacy? & Judy Treacy

Anne Treacy & John Curren

Joseph b. 10th or 18th January 1847 100 Acres Sp. John & Anne Whelan

Bridget b. 6th February 1848 Killeshlin Sp. Pat Cooper & Anne Neill

Laurence Curren b. 3 Aug 1852 of Staplestown Sp. Joseph Deveaux & Eliza Kehoe. Carlow Parish (Book 6, p.102, No.121)

 

Ed Treacy & Fanny Hughes

Elizabeth Treacy b. 9 Jan 1846 of Tullow? Road? [From? Leighlin? ???] Sp. Mary Gaynor. Carlow Parish (Note: Bastard) (Book 6, p.17, No.15b)

 

Cat Tracy married Pat Sulivan of Brown St 10 Nov 1847 Wit: John Bergin & Brid Cary Carlow Parish

 

Micl Tracey & Margaret Rice [see Killeshin Laois]

Micl Tracey b. 10/18 May 1847 of Stapelstown Road Sp. James Lawler & Bidy Moon. Carlow Parish.

 

Michael Tracy/Tracey & Ann/Anne Headon/Heydon

Mary Ann Tracy b. 2/22 Apr 1847 of Tullow Street Sp. Micl Headon & Cathin Headon. Carlow Parish (Book 6, p.38, No. 66)

Bridget Tracey b. 15 Feb 1849 Tullow St Sp. Robt Colsan & Mary Alyan. Carlow Parish (Book 6, p.62, No.37)

 

Thomas Tracy & Judith Doyle

Alice b. 18th November 1849 Tullow Street Carlow (recorded Leighlinbridge?)

 

James Tracey & Margaret Cogan

Anne Tracey b. 14 Aug 1854 of Malahide Gra??? [Dublin?] Sp. Elizabeth Young. Carlow Parish. (Book 6, p.121, No.115)

 

Mary Tracy & Pat Nowlan

Patrick Nowlan b. 30 Mar 1855 of franse? Carlow Sp. John Lalor & Margt Connor. Carlow Parish

 

Statia Tracy & Thoma Doyle

Johannes Doyle b. 24/26 Oct 1858 of Tullow Street Sp. Edwardo Tracy & Catherina Corwell. Carlow Parish

 

Thomas Tracy & Bridget Madden

Patrick Joseph Tracy b. 24 Mar 1863 of Coal Market Sp. Hary McDermott & Anne Tracy. Carlow Parish (Book 8, p.79, No.72)

 

Margarette Treacy & Michaelis Kinsella

Maria Kinsella b. 21  Mar 1864 of Staplestown Road Sp. Patricius Caulfield & Ann? Train?. Carlow Parish

 

Patrick Treacy, single, (s. of Michael Treacy) m. Mary Neal[?], single, (d. of Michael Byrne[?]) 20 Jun 1865 Carlow, Carlow, Ireland (LDS)

 

Michael Treacy & Maria Dunn

Maria Treacy b. 23/25 June1865 of Dublin St Sp. Johanis Olnes? & Maria Connis Carlow Parish. (Book 8, p.103, No.82) Mary Tracey b. 23 June 1865 Carlow Carlow (LDS)

 

Patrick Tracy, full age, bachelor, shoemaker, lives Tullow St Carlow (s. of John Tracey, shoemaker) married Mary Reilly, full age, spinster, plain sewer, lives Pollerton road (d. of William Reilly, labourer) 29 November 1865 RC Cathedral of Carlow Wit: William Brennan & Kate Reilly [Carlow Carlow PLU] [see also Bagenalstown]

Patritius Tracey of Tullow St Carlow (s. of Johannis & Maria M'Evoy of Bagenalstown) married Maria Reilly of Pollerton Road Carlow (d. of Gulielmi & Johanna McDonald of Pollerton) on the 29th Nov 1865 Wit: Gulielmi Brennan? of Leighlin Bridge & Catheen Reilly of Pollerton Road. Carlow Parish. [see Dunleckney]

Patrick Tracey & Mary/Maria Rayely?/Rielly

Mary Treacy b. 29 Dec 1866/8 Jan 1867 of Pollerton Road Sp. Ja? Molley & Anne Byrne. Carlow Parish. (Book 8, p.119, No.158) Mary b. 29 December 1866 Carlow Carlow (LDS)

Kate Treacy b. 28 May/1 Jun 1869 of Pollerton Road Sp. Joseph? Tunny & Margaret Byrne. Carlow Parish (Book 8, p.142, No.57)

John Treacy b. 28 Jul/1 Aug 1871 of Pollerton Road Sp. Thomas Doyle & Ann Browder. Carlow Parish (Book 8, p.163, No.88)

Johanna Treacy b. 6/10 Jun 1873 of Pollerton Road Sp. James Byrne? & Maryanne Makee. Carlow Parish (Note: Sub Cond)  (Book 8, p.179, No.49)

William Treacy b. 21 Oct 1876 of Pollerton Road Sp. Andrew? Doyle & Marid Sigracy? Carlow Parish (Book 8, p.206, No.97)

Patrick Tracy b. 22/28 Jan 1879 of Pollerton Road Sp. John Donohoe & Bridget Hade. Carlow Parish (Book 8, p.223, No.10) m. Ellen Kealy Tullow Street in 1904

Anne Maria b. 1882 Pollerton Road (Book 8, p.251, No.88)

James Tracey & Mary Railly

Catherine b. 28 May 1869 Carlow, Car, Ire (LDS)

Patrick Tracey & Mary Reilly

John b. 28 July 1871 (LDS)

Johanna b. 6 June 1873 (LDS)

 

Kate Tracey, full [age], spinster, teacher, lives Polerton Road Carlow, (d. of Patrick Tracey, bootmaker) married Joseph Murphy, full [age], bachelor, teacher, lives Mill Lane Carlow, (s. of Paul Murphy, teacher) 27 November 1897 RC Chapel Carlow Wit: William Tracey & Mary Tracey [Carlow Carlow PLU]

 

William Tracy, full [age], bachelor, labourer, lives Ardough Parish of Kilabin of County of Carlow, (s. of John Tracy, farmer) married Catherine Heffron, full [age], spinster,  lives Ardough Parish of Kilabin of County of Carlow, (d. of Michael Heffron, labourer) 20 April 1868 Registars Office Carlow Town Wit: Catherine Brennan & Thomas Moore, his mark [Carlow Carlow PLU] Registry Office

William Tracy, single, (s. of John Tracy) m. Catherine Heffron, single, (d. of Michael Heffron) on 20 Apr 1868 Carlow, Carlow [see Laois]

 

Mary Tracey of Tullow St (d. of Edward Tracey & Jane of Tullow St) married Patrick Carroll of Potatioe Market? (s. of Patrick & Mary Carrol of Potatoe Market) 24 Nov 1869 Wit: Patrick Byran of Potatoe Market & Mary Duffy of Dublin Road. Carlow Parish

Mary Tracey, 21, spinster, shop keeper daughter, lives Tullow St, (d. of Edward Tracey) married Patrick Carroll, 30, bachelor, trader. lives Potatoe Market, (s. of Patrick Carroll) 24 November 1869 RC Chapel Carlow Wit: Patrick Byrne & Mary Duffy [Carlow Carlow PLU]

Mary Treacy & Patrick Carroll

Patrick Carroll b. 13/17 May 1870 of Potatacmarh? [Potato Market?] Sp. Christopher Duffey & Mary Duffey. Carlow Parish

Edward Carroll b. 19/21 May 1872 of Ma? Rotatoo Sp. Thomas Bolger & Kate Kehoe. Carlow Parish

Mary Tracey/Tracy & Patrick Carroll

Thomas Carroll b. 15/17 February 1874 of 10 Meath st Sp. Mary Dolan & Edward Dempsey. St. Catherines Parish Dublin

Catherine Mary Carroll b. 22 Feb 1877 of 27 Vicar Sp. John Kehoe & Apies? Macken. St. Catherines Parish Dublin

May Tracy? & Patrick Carroll

John Carroll b. 3/10 Aug 1879 of Chapelizod Sp. Anne BLANK & John Tracey? Chapelizod Parish Dublin

 

James Tracey & Rebecca Goold [see Laois]

John Tracey b. 25 Jan 1875 Carlow, Car, Ire. (LDS)

James Treacy, 14, b. abt 1877 Carlow Carlow, 3109 R Narwick Regiment [see Rotundra 1901 & 1911 Census]

mother Rebecca Treacy and brothers Robert E Treacy and John Treacy of 7 Bolton Street Dublin.

tailor, resided 3y8m in RAM School, 4'6", 73lb, chest 27-29", fresh complexion, brown yeyes, brown hair, Rc,

Nile Expedition 1898

1903 James Treacy, 25y6m, b. Carlow Carlow, tailor, served 12 years in the army, 9432 Royal Warickshire Reg,

5'3", 130 lb, 36-38" chest, salow complexion, brown hair, brown eyes, RC, distinctive marks,

Royal Hibernian Military School, Drummer

Mother Mrs Rebecca Treacy, 7 Bolton Street Dublin.

 

James Tracy m. Mary Fleming of U Tomard [Upper Tomard Tullowcreen] 10th May 1876 Wit: John Dowling & Ellen Kealy. Leighlinbridge Parish

James Tracy, full age, bachelor, servant, lives Lennen Lodge [perhaps Lenham Lodge in Ballinbranagh Cloydagh],, (s. of Patrick Tracy, servant) married Mary Flemming, full age, spinster, servant, lives Tomaid, (d. of Thomas Flemming, labourer) 10 May 1876 RC Chapel Leighlinbridge Wit: John Dowling & Ellen Kealy [Leighlinbridge Carlow PLU]

James Tracy& Mary Fleming

Margaret Tracey b. 21/24 Dec 1876 of Up Tomard Sp. John Flemming? & Ellen Kealy. Leighlinbridge Parish  (23 December 1876 Tomard LDS)

Rosanna Tracey b. 29 October 1878 of L Bridge? Sp. John Doolin & Magt Flemming. Leighlinbridge Parish (LDS)

1. James Tr(e)ac(e)y (b. Queens Co. son of Patrick; d. June 1903, Butler*, aged 48, 7 Little Barrack St, Carlow, buried St. Marys, Book 11, p.126, No.22) m. 10th May 1876 Mary Flem(m)ing Upper Tomard (b. 18th May 1851 Tomard**; d. June 1920, Laundress, aged 74, 7 Little Barrack St, Carlow, buried St. Marys, Book 11, p.168, No.23)

            1.1 Margaret (b. 23 December 1876 bapt. 24 December 1876 Tomard*** d. 19th April 1958, Tailors wife, aged 81 years, 12 Little Barrack Street Carlow, buried St. Marys, Book 12, p.142, No.17) (LDS) Little Barrack Street m. James Curran (son of William Curran & Frances Kenna) 26th February 1900

1.1.1 William b. 1900 Little Barrack Street (Book 9, p.82, No.115)

1.1.2 James b. 1901 Little Barrack Street (Book 9, p.89, No.114)

1.1.3 Patrick b. 1904 Little Barrack Street (Book 9, p.111, No.117)

1.1.4 John b. 1905 Little Barrack Street (Book 9, p.119, No. 126)

1.1.5 Michael b. 1907 Little Barrack Street (Book 9, p.131, No.34)

1.1.6 Joseph b. 1910 Little Barrack Street (Book 9, p.156, No.115)

1.1.7 Thomas b. 1912 Little Barrack Street (Book 9, p.171, No.107)

1.1.8 Margaret b. 1913 Little Barrack Street

            1.2 Rosanna/Rose b. 29 October 1878 (LDS) (State Reg: Tracy, Rosanna, Carlow, 4th Quarter 1878 3 395)

1.3 Patrick b. December 1881 Staplestown Road (State Reg: Tracey, Patrick, Carlow, 4th Quarter 1881 3 361) (Book 8, p.243, No. 84)

* I think he may have worked for Browne-Clayton at Brownes-Hill House, at least there is a James Treacy recorded on the staff there in 1898

**Thomas Flemming & Margaret Butler

William b. 31st August 1845 Tomard

John b. 1849

Elizabeth b. 1847

Mary b. 18th May 1851 Tomard

Margaret b. 1855

*** Placename Boolyrethornon or Tomard or Toomard, Civil parish Tullowcreen.

(State Reg marriage: James Tracy, Carlow, 1876 8 329)

James Treacy and Mary Flemming

My Great Great Grand parents lived at Nº 7 Barrack Street Little in Carlow Town their names were James and Mary, wondering if any one else has them in their Tree. Both appear on the 1901 census however James had died prior to the 1911. They had at least one daughter called Margaret who married James Curran a Tailor they live at Nº 12 Barrack Street Little.

Terence Curran September 10, 2007/May 2008

Little Barrack Street

No 5 & 6 were occupied by the Curran brothers Michael 1878-1950 (at No 5) and James (at No. 6). Michael worked as Tailor in Michael Molloy’s for many years. Molloy’s which will be remembered by many readers, was a fashionable department store in Tullow Street where Tullow Street House now stands. James was also a Tailor in his later years. The Brother carried on a Tailoring business from their homes.

(Source: Friends and Neighbours 1986 & Michael Purcell c2008)

James had in fact been a Tailor all of his working life, as was another brother William who lived in Burrin Street. The three brothers were carrying on a family tradition within the trade as their father who also called William and was a Tailor as was his Father Patt Curran. Their Mother Frances Curran Nee Kenna also came from a long line of Tailors her father James Kenna work from a shop in Barrack Street Tullow in the 1860,s. James died in 1948 aged 75 his wife Margaret Curran Nee Treacy out lived him by 10 years, Margaret was no stranger to Little Barrack Street as her parents James Treacy and his wife Mary live at number 7 in 1901. Margaret’s marriage produced 10 children with James Curran, boy’s William born in 1900 died 1937, James (known as Rookie) Pat, (Worked at Thompsons) John who married Annie Shannon moved to Bridewell lane and then on to JKL Avenue. , Michael Joseph and Thomas born 1912 died 1934. Girls were Margaret Frances and Mary, the three girl’s live at No 11 Little Barrack Street.

(Slource: Terence Curran, James Great Grandson)

Nº7 was occupied by James Treacy and his wife Mary (nee Fleming) From 1895 to 1920, with Children Margaret Rosanna and Patrick. Margaret married James Curran of Burrin Street a Tailor and first moved into number 2 then 12 and finally number 6 Little barrack Street.

(Slource: Terence Curran, James Great Grandson)

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlcar2/Curran_Family.htm

 

Elizabeth Treacy & Thomas T Markey? [see St. Senan's Clare]

Bridget Anne Markey b. 5 Apr 1879 of Dublin St Sp. Rev J Kehoe & Monica Anne Markey. Carlow Parish

Elizabeth Tracey & Thomas F. Markey

Linda Annie Markey b. 5 Apr 1879 Carlow Ireland (LDS)

 

1901 Census - 23 Caryon Street (Wood Quay, Dublin)

Thomas Francis Markey             46           Male       Boarder  R Catholic              Co Louth      Commercial Traveller            Read and write      English   Widower -

Thomas Markey           14           Male       Boarder  R Catholic              Co Carlow             Drapers Assistant      Read and write      English   Not Married           -

 

Kate Tracey, full [age], spinster, teacher, lives Polerton Road Carlow, (d. of Patrick Tracey, bootmaker) married Joseph Murphy, full [age], bachelor, teacher, lives Mill Lane Carlow, (s. of Paul Murphy, teacher) 27 November 1897 RC Chapel Carlow Wit: William Tracey & Mary Tracey [Carlow Carlow PLU] see above

 

1. Maurice Tr(e)ac(e)y & Ann(i)e La(w)lor

1.1 Bridget b. 1901 Closh (Book 9, p.88, No.105)

1.2 Patrick (b. 1903 John Street, Book 9, p.102, No.105 d. ?? October 1936, aged 32, Gramby Row, Book 12, p.62, No.76)

1.3 Mary Elizabeth b. 1908 Athy Street (Book 9, p.139, No.74)

1.4 Margaret Josephine (b. 1910 Athy Street, Book 9, p.153, No.63 d. 19th February 1932, aged 21, Granby Road, Book 12, p.43, No.17)

1.5 Honora Christina b. 1911 John Street (Book 9, p.164, No.113)

1.6 Maurice b. 1913 John Street (Book 9, p.179, No.121)

Maurice Treacy, labourer, & Annie Lawler

Michael Stanislaus Treacy b. 7 May 1915 of John St Carlow. Annie Tracey mother John St Carlow [Carlow Carlow PLU]

Death Register

Maurice Tracy, d. 20/12/1934, aged 62, Gramby Row, buried St. Marys, Book 12, p.54, No.63 (State Reg birth Tracey, Maurice, Carlow, 1873 3 484)

Anne Tracy, d. 04/09/1947, aged 72, Granby Road, buried St. Marys, Book 12, p.100, No.42

Bridget Tracey, d. 27/7/1972, Nº4 Granby Road, buried St. Marys, Book 12, p.200, No.42

Maurice Tracey, d. 19/05/1973, Gramby Row, . buried St. Marys, Book 12, p.203, No.30

 

1920 - 4 Granby Cottages, Carlow.

A family with the last name of Tracey lived there in the 19-teens and 1920's. Don't know father's name, but mother's name was Annie (maiden name: Lawlor), and they had 10 children. The names of the children that I know of are: oldest daughter Annie; then Bridget ("Bridie"); Patrick "Paddy"; 6 more whose 1st names I don't know; then the baby, Sheila Tracey, born October 18, 1919. Thanks so much for any help. Peggy Peggy

 

Treacy (Bray) April 18, 1937, at her niece's residence, Lasgarvan, Herbert Road, Bray, Catherine daughter of the late Edward Treacy, Leather Merchants, 121-123 Tullow Street, Carlow. Funeral arrangements later.

 

Death Register

Bessie Treacy, aged 60, of Church Street, died March 1906 (Book 11, p.132, No.17)

Bridget Treacy, Widow, of Staplestown Road, died Feb 1913 (Book 11, p.147, No.7)

Edward Treacy, aged 64, Shopkeeper, of Tullow Street, died January 1872 (Book 11, p.46, No.8)

Maria Tracy, of Tullow Street, died 6th March 1927, buried Temple (Book 12, p.22, No.13)

Mary Treacy, at Dympnas, died 7th January 1975, buried St Mary's (Book 12, p.211, No.2)

Michael Tracey, aged 39, Porter, of Bridewell Lane, died April 1866 (Book 11, p.25, No.35)

Michael Tracy, son of Michael Tracy & Margaret Rice, of Staplestown Road, died 1847 (Book 6, p.39, No.91)

Patrick Treacy, aged 54, Shoemaker, of Pollerton Road, died November 1899 (Book 11, p.116, No.55)

Patrick Treacy, aged 50, Leathercutter, of Tullow Street, died March 1865 (Book 11, p.20, No.20)

 

 Clonegal

 

Parish of Clonegall Baptism Records 1833-1916

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlcar2/Clonegall_index.htm

 

7 July 1855 Newtownbarry Petty Sessions

Defendant Bridget Tracey, widow, of Carrickduff, Barragh Parish Carlow, compliant Samuel Ashton Esq of Woodfield Kilrush parish [Wexford], James Farrell witness. The defendant refused to give up the possession of a dwelling house in Carrickduff street in the town of Newtownbarry Co. Carlow on the termination of her tenacy. Defendant to be ejected in ten days without costs.

 

John McDonald & Anne Donohoe          

Mary b. 28 August 1848 Clonegal Sp. Mick Dowling & Anne Tracey

 

Eliza Tracey & Ed Hughes

James Hughes b. 29th Jan 1843 of Sherwood [in Ardattin? Ardoyne] Sp. Mick Ryan & Mar Maher. Clonegal Parish

Eliza Tracey? & Ed Keogh

John Kehoe b. 15th Aug 1847 of Sherwood Sp. Jas Dawson & Ally Doyle. Clonegal Parish

 

Mary Tracey & Patrick Dunne

Mary b. 21st Oct 1909 Carrigduff

Patrick b. 21st Oct 1909 Carrigduff

 

James Donohoe? & Cath Brien

Anne b. 20 May 1852 Kilbride Sp. Mick Tracy & Anne Quigley

 

Kildavin R.C. New Cemetery

No. 68 Curry & Tracey

In loving memory of James Curry, Craanmore died 18th June 1960 aged 80 yrs.

Also his brother Thomas died 20th Feb 1973 aged 83 yrs.

Also their sister Ellen Curry died 30th March 1979 aged 79 yrs.

And their nephew Edward Treacy died 12th June 1987 aged 67 yrs.

Also Margaret Tracey nee Kavanagh who died on 7th April 1966 aged 81 yrs. R.I.P.

Nolan Ballon

Small Plaque: Dear Dad. Love from Eamon, Eleanor & family

From the book "A Christian Calling - Religious Life & Christian Death in Clonegal Parish" by Eamonn Whelan & Rory Murphy

 

Miss Anne Kavanagh, house now occupied by

Rihard & Ms Gibson nee Joan Treacy, Cranemore. Kildavin. Family: Carmel, Elaine, Charmaine, Tracy.

Cranemore

Edward & Ms Treacy nee Margaret Mary Kavanagh, Ratheenleigh, Myshall. Family: Patrick J, James, Eamon, John, Elizabeth, Joan, Margaret.

James & Ms Treacy nee Ann Brennan, Paulstown. Family: Raymond, Damien, Alan, Aishling, Paula. (new house)

Dobbs house Cranemore was a small house near Treacy’s garage. Treacys house Cranemore, was first occupied by James and Thomas Curry. The next occupant was their nephew Edward Treacy and his wife Margaret.

White, WD (1994) Heirs to a Heritage Part II.

 

Clonegal_63

 

Clonegal - 1963 Carlow Under 14 Football Champions

Back Row: Dan Murphy, J. Ryan, N. Fitzharris, George Collier, Mick Rooney, Malone, PJ Brien, Tom Doyle, E. Treacy, Anthony Fennell, Larry Murphy, Liam Cosgrove, Pat Rooney, John Byrne, Paddy Coleman.

Front Row: Patrick Whelan, Paul Murphy, Joe Hillard, Jim Treacy, Pat Doyle, Pat Murphy, Lar Kinsella, Martin Nugent, Jim Osborne, Stephen Shiel.

 

A new juvenile force announced their arrival on the Carlow GAA scene in 1963 when Clonegal won the U-14 Football and Hurling double, competitions heretofore mainly the preserve of the county's three main towns, Carlow Town, Bagenalstown and Tullow.

- Leo McGough, The Nationalist Friday July 6. 2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

1974: Kildavin reached the senior final only to be beaten by Eire Og.

 

Front (I to r) - M. Nolan, S. Shiel, T. Codd, G.Coleman, E. Roberts, E. Whelan, J. Treacy.

Back - C. O'Neill, J. Kirwan, C. Byrne, B. Doyle, P. Byrne, P Murphy, J. Doyle, P. Farrell.

 

Kildavin won the Bro. Leo S.F.T. defeating Graiguecullen in the final. They won the U-21 F.C. with the score Kildavin 1-7, Grange 0-5. Kil­davin players also won special Lein­ster Hurling U-21 medals – these players were: Jack Treacy, Charlie Byrne, Eamon Whelan, James Whe­lan.

- Enniscorthy Echo 29th January 2008

CLP33C_Pic1

 

 Clonmore (see also Wicklow)

 

Patrick Tracy & Catharine Doyle of Ballyduff [Clonmore Carlow]

Eliza Tracy b. 1 May 1823 Sp Patrick Cahill & Mary Brennan. Clonmore Parish

 

 

 Dunleckney (CoI)

 

James Tracey of Leaghlin Bridge m. Emma Magee of Carlow Parish on 5 September [1827] ??? (Date unclear) by licence. Carlow Parish View Register [see Leighlinbridge]

James Treasey & Emma

Amilia Treasey b. 1 July 1830 bapt. 19 July 1830 Dunleckney View Register

 

 

 Dunleckey (& Bagenalstown)

 

Griffiths Valuation for Carlow County c1851/52

Parish of Nurney, Townland of Ballytarsna, (Ord. S. 12), 785 acres

 

 

Map#

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

5 A b

Ellen Tracey

Patrick Rafter

House

Parish of Agha, Townland of Rathellin, (Ord. S. 12 & 16), 739 acres

Map#

Occupants

Immediate Lessor

Description

 4 a

John Tracy

Thomas Delany

House

 

Dunleckey baptisms 1820 – 1857

http://www.igp-web.com/Carlow/Dunleckney_index.htm

 

Margaret Treacy b. about 1804 Bagenalstown (LDS)

 

John Treasy b. about 1808 Bagenalstown in Killinane (LDS)

 

Michael Treacy b. about 1816 Bagenalstown (LDS)

 

James Nowlan & Margt. ???

Stephen b. 1/1/1820 Blackrush(?) Sp. Thomas Tracy & Mary Masterson

 

James Murphy & Anne Dillon

Mary b. 17/3/1820 Nurney Dunleckney Sp. Thomas Tracey & Anne Hanlon,

 

William Higgins, Mary, Brennan,

Bridget 19/3/1820 Knockmanus Dunleckney Sp. Henry Tracey & Fanny Brennan

 

Pat Tracy & Anne Doyle

Andrew Tracy b. 16th April 1820 Bagenalstown, Co. Carlow (LDS)

Eloisa Tracy b. ? July 1827 of Ho Brina Sp. Michl Byran & Mary Aughney. Dunleckney Parish (LDS)

 

Mary Tracy & William Murphy

Patrick b. 28/5/1820 Ballykillen Dunleckney Sp. Andrew Murphy & Mary Kelly

 

Mary Tracy & James Kinsela

Cathj b. 2 July 1820 Newtown Sp. Bidy Grogan,

 

John Car(?)ey & Catherine Kinsela

James b. 10 Sept 1820 Ballyknockan Sp. John Kinsela & Connie? Tracy

 

William Hayden & Mary Corey/Carey,

Michael b. 11/2/1821 Mount Johasant??? Sp. Jas. Tracy & Maria ???

 

William/Billy Tracy/Treasy & Margaret/Mary/Margt Neil

Anne b. 18 February 1821 Bagenalstown (LDS) Oldtown [Ballyellin OR Nurney] Sp. ??? Brown & ???

John Tracy b. 16 May 1824 of Oldtown? [Nurney] Sp. Dan Dargin & Honor Doran. Dunleckney Parish (LDS) [Mary Neil].

Wm Tracy b. 22 October 1826 of Oldtown? Sp. Patc Dargin & Mary Doran? Dunleckney Parish

Patt Tracy b. 3 May 1829 of Oldtown Sp. Dan McEvoy & Judy Byrne. Dunleckney Parish (LDS)

 

Nova Scotia Immigrants

Thomas Tracy s. of William/Margaret (O'Neal) of Co. Carlow, Ireland; marr. Halifax 3 Sep. 1835 Mary Brown.

 

Denis Neil & Cath Nowlan

Sally b. 23/4/1821 ??? Sp. Matthew Tracy & Mary Tracy

 

Bridget/Bidy Tracy/Treasy & John Kinsela/Kinsella

Catharine b. 1 Sept 1821 or 29 Oct 1821 ??? Sp. John Carey & Bidy?/Grady? Tracy (double entry)

Ellen Kinsela b. 4 Apr 1824 of Fenagh? [Fennagh Fennagh] Sp. Mich Byrne & Joanna Gaskins. Dunleckney Parish

Mary Kinsela b. ? Jul 1826 of Blackbush? Sp. Mary Quin & Thos? Dolan. Dunleckney Parish

Denis Kinsella b. 30 Sep 1832 of Ballyknockin Sp. Francis Moore & Betty Treasy? Dunleckney Parish

Margaret Kinsella b. ? Dec 1834 of Ballyknockin Sp. Andy Kief & Catharine Darcy? Dunleckney Parish

 

Kitty Tracy? & Matthew Nowlan