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 It may be presumed that the Traceys of Cork are descended from the Uí Fidgeinti

 

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The Traceys of Cork can trace their history back to the beginning of historical records, as they are of the Ui Fidegeinti.

 

OTreassy tomb in Buttevant Abbey.

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Lord Walter Fitzgerald. Buttevant - The Francisan Abbey. in Journal of the Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead in Ireland. Volume VI, 1904-05-06. Dublin. pp.442-448.

 

 

Elizabeth I

1601 7th August

Pardon to ... Rowland O Treaghie of Knockancostian (Limerick?), John O Trassy of Lish Caruell, piper (Liscarroll Cork?)

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

1601: Eneas ruadh O'Heffernan, of Shronehill, County Tipperary, a famous bard, was pardoned on August 6th, and on the following day pardon was extended to John O'Treacy, of Liscarrol, County Cork, piper, and Melaghlin O'Duane, of Clogh Kelly, harper. On August 30th, Donagh O'Cullinane, of Mara, County Cork, piper, was received into favour.

A History of Irish Music by William H. Grattan Flood

8 Sept 1601

Pardon to...Katherine Trassye...of Kilnydy [Cork?]...

In the Fiants of Elizabeth I, there is a reference to Balliatrassie (Ballatrasnie, Ballyatrassnie) Ballytrasna, Kilmurry? Co. Cork.

Twenty-First Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records in Ireland

 

1633

...Dermod Mc Owen Cartie authorised Owyn O Treasie of Barraghavilly [Bauravilla Caheragh West Cork], yeoman, as his trusty attorney to deliver the lands mentioned to the O Cullanes and fixed his seal to the deed in August 1633 in presence of Morris Walshe,...

Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Volumes 82-84

 

20th June 1642

Annes Hope wyfe of Alexander Hope of ffarmoye [Fermoy] and parish of kilcomper [Kilcrumper] in the baroney of Condon and Clanegibbon in the in the County of Corcke blacksmeath...[robbed by]...Vlicke Roch of the cragg in the parish of Littone [Litter] gentleman & Owne o Tracy of Glannoue [Glannagaul? Rathcormack East Cork] in the said county Masse Preest...

TCD, 1641 Depositions Project http://1641.tcd.ie/index.php

 

1654 Capt. Wm. Tracey, Fortune, Kinsale. ", Sends the muster book. ...

Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Interregnum, 1654 (1880)

 

Irish Wild Geese at The Hotel d'Invalides Paris 1600 to 1799

Thomas Trassy aged 36 of Cork, soldier of the colonel of Galmoy's Regiment under the Queen of England's Dragoons, in which he says he has served 8 years, as well as 6 years in Ireland. He bears an order from the Marquis of Barbesieux to be received. Harquebusier by trade. Catholic. Received 11th February 1700. 13 May 1700. Gave up his place. Given £30 PSC.

 

Unitarian Church Cork

Daniel Tracey & Sophia

Christian (daughter) b. 18-Feb 1745

http://www.unitarianchurchcork.org/BaptismRecords.html

 

1756 Darby Tracy, Cork. (Will)

 

11 February 1758 Pue's Occurrences

Daniel Tracy, who run away from the service of his master James Longe Everard of Kiloran in the County of Tipperary, Esq; and taken away with him a new suit of cloaths, with a scarlet waistcoat, and several other things of value belonging to his said master; said Tracy is about five feet high; he once lived in Cork in a publiek way. This is therefore to caution all perions from hiring him. notwithstanding he may produce discharges, which are counterfiets and whoever lodges him in any of his Majesty's goals in one month from the date hereof. shall receive a guinea reward from Mr Longe; said Tracy is of a black and sallow complexion. Killoran, February 12, 1758.

 

27th May 1762

John Tracey and Michael Doolin otherwise Dooel, were committed to the county gaol by Rober Grove and Michael Creagh, Esqrs., being charged with being white boys, and shooting a horse belonging to James Grove, Esq.; and burning a barn and an out-house belonging to Michael Adams.

9 Jun 1762 Monthly Chronologer

Cork. William Nunan, John Power, Thomas Forehane, Anthony Dwyer, David Fowlue, John Flemming, John Tracy, and Michael Dooling, otherwise Doill, indicted for burning the house of Mr Michael Adams at Glanworth; to remain in gaol till next assizes, the evidence having disappeared, it is supposed  from his being previously spirited thereto.

 

British War Office

Patk Tracey, born Cork, residence 6 Oct 1763

 

1766 Census Records

A return of Protestant and Papist (Catholic) Families

Diocese of Cloyne, County Cork
Parish of Temple-Mologga (Mitchelstown)
Tracey, John (papist)

Parish of Marshelstown (Mitchelstown)

Tracey, David 4 males 5 females

Tracey, Widow, 2 males, 3 females

Parish of Glanworth (Mallow)

Tracy, Derby

Tracy, Michael

Trassy, James

Trassy, John

Ardagh, Parish of Killeagh

John Tracy, wife, 1 son

Thomas Tracy, wife, 2 children

Thomas Tracy, wife, 3 children

 

1770 15th October Finn’s Leinster Journal

Married at Corke, McGeorge Tracy to Miss Betty Williams

Irish Genealogist, Vol. 8

18 October 1770 (FJ) Married

At Corke...and Mr. George Tracy to Miss Betty Williams.

 

1775 Oaths of Allegiance

A List of several Papists who came before the Mayor of the City of Cork, took  the Oath of Allegiance, with the Quality, Title, Place of Abode, and the Days  on which the appeared.  16th August. 1775.

John Tracey, of the same [City of Cork], Shop-keeper

Copies of all the lists which have been returned to the clerk of the Privy Council, or his deputy, of such papists as have taken and subscribed.  [Dublin?], [1786?].

 

1778-1790 Catholic Qualification Rolls

Darby Treasy, of Killinagh, an adjourment held at Mitchelstown 7th Jan 1800 [Cork]

John Tracy, 28th Sep 1778 Munster Circuit assises Co Cork

John Treasy, farmer, Monavarnogue Co Cork, 14th April 1790 Munster Circuit assises Co Cork

Maurice Treasy, farmer, Monavarnogue Co Cork, 14th April 1790 Munster Circuit assises Co Cork

Michael Treasy, farmer, Monavarnogue Co Cork, 14th April 1790 Munster Circuit assises Co Cork

Thomas Treasy, farmer, Monavarnogue Co Cork, 14th April 1790 Munster Circuit assises Co Cork

 

Freemasons

Charles Tracey, 11 Jul 1831, Cork, Certified 18th April 1836

John Tracey, 24 Feb 1855, Queenstown Cork, Certified 7th March 1855

John Tracy, 12 Nov 1778, Cork,  

John Tracy, 6 Mar 1862, Skibbereen, County Cork, Certified 2 July 1862

John Treacy, 12 Aug 1841, Bandon Cork,  

Peter Tracy, 7 Apr 1840, Lodge 67 Cork,  

 

13 Aug 1782 Saunders News-letter

Died. At Carrigabrick, near Fermoy, county Corke, The Rev. Mr. Martin Skerrett Tracy, a clergy man of the church of Rome.

1782

15 Aug. Died at Carrigbrick near Fermoy . . . the Rev. Mr. Martin Skerret Tracy, a clergyman of the Church of Rome. (FJ.)

Archivium Hibernicum, Vol. 18 (1955), pp. 177-224

 

19 January 1790 (FJ) Married

At Cork, Mr. H. Flaherty, of Evergreen, to Miss Sophia Treacy, of Broad-lane

23 January 1790 (F)

At Cork, Mr. H. Flaherty, of Evergreen, to miss Sophia Treacy, of Broadlane.

Miss Sophia Treacy of Cork m. Henry Flaherty Jan 1790 Hibernian Chronicle

 

Society of Friends (Quaker) Congregational Records

November 1790 George Tracy, Cork

...and also to pay half a guinea Attorney's fee for recovering arrears of rent due by George Tracy on acct of the M meeting.

 

1 October 1791 (F) In the City [Cork]

Margaret Carthy for feloniously stealing articles of wearing apparel, the property of Daniel Tracy, to be privately whipped.

 

British War Office

Robert Tracey b. 1771 Christchurch, Cork 1/28th enlisted 6th Jan 1793 still serving in 1806WO25/955 labourer WO25/357 WO25/2536

Jeremiah Tracey, b. 1772 -, Cork WO121 Chelsea  

1793 Canada, British Regimental Registers of Service

Robert Tracy, b. abt 1771 - Cheidchhen?? Cork, Military: 6 Jan 1793 - Age: 22

Canadian military service

Patrick Tracey born abt 1805 Ballyhooly, Cork - Canadian military service 3 May 1823

Robert Tracy born abt 1771 Cheidchhen??, Cork - Canadian military service 6 Jan 1793

 

1794 Subscribers:

Mrs Tracy, Miss Tracy...Mr. John Tracy...

Hillary, Joseph. Poems, consisting of lyrick pieces, tales, elegies, &c. By J. Hillary, of this city. Cork, [1794].

 

20 Aug 1799 The Cork Advertiser and Commercial Register

The Roman Catholic men of the City of Cork...John Tracy...

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Jeremiah Tracey/Treacy born Michaelstone, Cork Served in Scots Brigade before 1803 Discharged aged 24 after 1 year of service, 1796 WO121/26/406

Jeremiah Tracey b.1772 Michaelstone, Cork 88th and 94th Foot (Scotch Brigade) (1795 – 1st Aug 1796) 4 yrs total service. labourer. Lost leg WO120/18 WO121 WO116/10

 

May 21 1802? Plymouth Report

...and from the Cove of Cork, with victualling stores, the Princess Royal armed victualler, Captain Tracey...

The Naval chronicle

 

24 Mar. 1804 (95/10) O’Flynn Exham Solicitors Papers

Case of Jackson v Treacy [1870’s?]. Jackson & D’Alton / Certificate of marriage. St. Anne’s Parish, Dublin

Cork City and County Archives http://www.corkarchives.ie/media/U229web.pdf

 

1809 Report of the Pipe Water Commissions, Cork City

Tracey, Mrs. Catherine, Tobin St., £16/0/0

Tracey, Harding, Half Moon St., £36/0/0

Tracy, Charles, Coal Quay, £14/0/0

Tracy, John, Grand Parade, £130/0/0

 

British War Office

Patrick Tracy b. Ballyhooly (Cork ?) 71st Foot discharged after 1810 WO25/2625

Patrick Tracey b.1805 Ballyhoola, Cork labourer enl  1/1stFoot 1823

 

1810 A directory, and picture, of Cork and its environs By William West

Tracy John, druggist, grand parade

Kings Inns Admission Papers 1607-1867

Tracy, Edward, 2nd s. of John, Cork, druggist; over 16; ed. Cork; aft. Father. H 1814

6 Apr 1829 Deed

...Edward Joseph Tracy of City of Cork Attorney at Law

12 August 1832

On the 12th instant, at his house, Grand-Parade, [Cork], in his 81st year, Mr John Tracy, for many years one of the most eminent Druggists in the South of Ireland. It was only a few days before his own decease that his second surviving son, Edward Tracy, Esq., Solicitor, fell a victim to the prevailing epidemic, at his residence in Bantry (Constitution, 23 Aug.).

Hugh Fenning. The Cholera Epidemic in Ireland, 1832-3: Priests, Ministers, Doctors. Archivium Hibernicum, Vol. 57 (2003), pp. 77-125

Kings Inns Admission Papers 1607-1867

Tracy, Joseph Edward, s. of Edward Joseph, Cork, attorney, decd.; over 17; ed. Cork; aft. Denis Tracy, uncle, E 1838.

1845 Dublin Directory

Joseph Edward Tracy, sol, 40 Gloucester St. Up Dublin & Cork

2 July 1847 Cork Examiner

... Jos E Tracy, Grand Parade street...

July 28, 1847 (FJ) Old Fellows' Society

The brethren of the City of Cork Lodge...J. Tracy, solicitor...(abridged from the Cork Examiner)

8 October 1852 Cork Examiner & October 11, 1852 (FJ) Marriage

October 7, at Woodlawn, Cork, Joseph E. Tracy, Esq, solicitor, to Kate, only daughter of the late Stephen Hayes, Esq. of Millbro'.

25 March 1853 Cork Examiner

... Edward Tracy, Solicitor, 31, South Mall...

22 July 1853 Cork Examiner

... Joseph E. Tracey, Esq....

7 October 1854 (N) Undermention Catholics residing in the City of Cork and its Vicinity

...Joseph E Tracey, Solicitor...

7 March to 2 May 1855 Cork Examiner

... Edward Tracy. To The Members Of The Town Council Of The Borough Of Cork. Gentlemen,— At the instance of many respected Members of your Body, I beg to offer myself as ...

June 14, 1855 (FJ)

Messrs. Tracy and Nagle, Solicitors, 35 Lower Dominick Strret, Dublin and 59 South mall, Cork.

Jul 27, 1901 (SS) The passing of the "Cork Herald"

...It was established in 1856 by the firm of solicitors known as Treacy and Nagle

17 January 1857 (N) Monument to Father Matthew

...citizens of Cork...Joseph Treacy, solr...

24 January 1857 (N)

...Joseph Treacy, Hon. Secretaries...- Cork Examiner

25 April 1857 (N) Cork Reporter - Scully v. McCarthy MP

[letters]...[McCarthy] in the presence of his two conducting agents, Messrs Tracy and Nagle...

1857-58 (55) Savings banks.

Cork. Joseph E. Treacey, Manager

1857 Corporation of the National Assurance Company of Ireland

Joseph E. Tracey, Cork - Agent

The Irish Jurist, 1857

1857-8

Joseph Edward Tracy, solicitor, 35 Lower Dominick Street Dublin and 59 South Mall, Cork

1859

Joseph E. Tracy, solicitor, 59 South Mall, Cork

10 August 1859 Cork Examiner

... Edward Tracy And Denis Tracy, Owners; Exparte, Frederick James Smith, Petitioner. The Court having ordered that the premises called ...

20 May 1862

In the matter of the estate of James Evans, Henry Thwaites, Joseph Edward Tracy & Denis Tracy, owners, and Frederick James Smith, petitioner...the premises called the Crosses Green Mills...in the parish of Saint Finn Barr's and city of Cork.

6 August 1862 Cork Examiner

... Edward Tracy, And Denis Tracy, Owners ; Frederick James Smith, Petitioner. Take Notice, that the Schedule of Incumbrances affecting ...

June 1860 Cork and Limerick District Railway

House of Commons...Messrs. Tracy and Nagle, of Cork, were the solicitor for the bill...

June 1860

Cork, Blackrock and Passage Railway Company...J.E. Treacy, solr...

10 September 1860 Resolved, that we the Town Commissioners of Dungarvan having heard the statements of Messrs A. ConnyBeare,, Messrs Tracey & Nagle & Mr. H . Williams Wood, as to a projected line of railway connecting the towns of Fermoy, Lismore & Cappoquin with the seaport of Dungarvan...

Messrs Tracy & Nagle's bill of costs for obtaining the Dungarvan Harbour Markets & Improvement Act l863 was £897...

15 February 1861 The Cork Examiner

Mr. Tracy, on the part of the corporation.

1861 The history of the county and city of Cork, Volume 2 By Charles Bernard Gibson

Subscriber...J.E. Tracy, Cork...

May 1863 Cork and Kinsale Junction Railway

... JHE Tracy...

13 April 1864 (FJ) Cork College

...law agents, Messrs. Tracy and Nagle...

August 1864 Banquet to the Lords of the Admiralty

Cork...stewards...JE Tracy...

7 December 1864 (FJ)

...Messrs. Tracy and Nagle, solicitors, South Mall, Cork...

13 January 1865 (FJ) Attorneys Certificate Duty

...Cork...Joseph Edward Tracy of the firm of Tracy and Nagle, law agent to the Corporation...

11 February 1865 (N) O'Brien Monument Committee

...Cork...Joseph Tracy...

November 1865 Law Agency of Cork Corporation

Messrs. Tracy and Nagle have resigned the law agency...

20 April 1866 IT

The Cork Harbour Bill and Cork Port Conservancy Bill...Messrs Tracey and Nagle, solicitors...

February 1867 Election in Cork

...present...Joseph E Tracy...William Tracy...

1867-8 List of Certified Candidates

Edward Joseph Treacy, Inland Revenue, Assistant of Excise, 25 Sept 1867

1 April 1868 Cork Examiner

... Joseph E. Tracey, Grenville House...

February 1868

Joseph Tracey, Solicitor, Cork

2 May 1868 (N) Fund in Aid of Mrs. Captain Mackey

...Joseph E. Tracey, Greenville House...John Tracey, Friar's Walk...

9 January 1869 (N) Mayor of Cork

...members of the corporation...J. Tracy...

8 May 1869 (N) Cork Town Council

...members...J.E. Tracy...

15 July 1869 Cork Examiner

... J. E. Tracey, was formerly attorney and solicitor the Town Council of Cork, but had ceased to so, and of the articles complained was written r ...

16 July 1869 (FJ) City of Limerick

...action brought by Mr David Angustine Nagle, solicitor, and one of the proprietors of the Cork Daily Herald against Mr. Daniel Gilman, of Cork, proprietor of the Cork Southern Reporter, for the publication of two alleged libellous articles...Mr Nagle...was in business with Mr. Joseph Edward Tracy, formerly law agent of the Corporation...in consequence of being employed in promoting the Port of Cork Conservancy Bill, to which the Corporation was opposed...Mr TE Tracy deposed that his resignation was caused owing to some words he had with Mr. Cantillon...for the plaintiff of £50 with 6d. costs.

18 June 1870 (FJ)

Messrs Tracy and Nagle, Solicitors, 15 North Great Georges street, Dublin and 59 South Mall Cork

1870 The Mercantile Navy List and Maritime Directory

J.K. Tracey, Grenville House, Cork.

March 1874 Cork Park Races

...present in the stands...J.A. Tracy, T.C...

1874 The Prisons of Ireland - Parlimentary Papers

Cork City Gaol...Board of Superintence...Joe. E. Tracey, esq., T.C....

May 1875 Cork Park Races

...Mr. J.E. Treacy...

1 June 1875 (FJ) Limerick Corporation

...two tenders for the purchasing of the Corporation Gas Works...Messrs. Tracey and Nagle, solicitors, Cork...

July 1876 Dissolution of Partnership [Tracy & Nagle]

The partnership heretofore subsisting between Joseph Edward Tracy and David Augustine Nagle, both of the City of Cork, as Solicitors and Attorneys, is this day Dissolved by mutual consent. Dated this 8th day of July 1876. Joseph Edward Tracy, David A. Nagle. Witness present:- Michael O'Byrne, Law Clerk, Cork.

August 1876 Royal Agricultural Show, Cork

...corporation...J.E. Tracy...

November 1876 Cork Municipal Elections

...West - outgoing councillors...John Edward Tracy (Liberal) ...for re-election...South - candidates...John Tracy, Friar's-walk (Liberal)...

December 1876 Cork Municipal Elections...Tracy (Liberal) for South Ward elected

1876 Landowners in Ireland (over 1 acre)

Joseph E. Tracy, Cork. 389a/1r/0p. £322.5.0

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

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

24 April 1878 (FJ) Aggrigate Education Meeting

Joseph Edward Treacy, Cork

October 1878 Tracy & Nagle

Auction of assets...Lot 1/2/3/4 Lands at Ringacoltig/Castleview...

15th November 1878

In the matter of the estate of Joseph Edward Tracy and david Augustine Nagle, owners and petitioners...part of the lands of Ringacoltig being that part thereof known as Castleview, near the Rushbrook station...Cork...Joseph E. tracy, Solicitor, 59 South Mall, Cork...

28 June 1879 (N) The Consecration of Thurles Cathedral

...laity were:...Mr. J E Treacy, Cork...

26 August 1882 (N) First List of Subscriptions to the O'Connell Memorial Church at Cahirciveen

J E Tracey, Granville House, Cork £10/0/0

June 1883

Denis Hayes, died 6th February 1883, formerly of Grenville House, Cork and late of Elderslie Villa, West Hill, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, Sussex...to Catherine Tracy, the natural and lawful sister, and one of the next-of-kin of deceased...claims to solicitor or to JE Tracy, Esq., 59 South Mall, Cork...

1884 Return of Payments to Landlords - Cork

Joseph E. Tracy, 2 holdings, rent £63/13/8, Arrears £75/0/5, paid £37/10/2

Jun 3, 1902 (IT) Death

Tracy - May 30, at St.Kevin's Park, Dublin, Catherine relict of the late Joseph E. Tracy, formerly of Grenville House, Cork, aged 30 years. R.I.P.

February 26, 1887 The Irish standard (Minneapolis, Minn.)

The Memorial Church to O'Connell

...Canon Bresnan...on the 14th July 1881...Returning that evening from Cork, there traveled with me in the same compartment the late John E. Tracy, Granville House, Cork, who was on his way to Killarney. Having replied to his inquiries as to my residence, be said that he had been twice to Cahirciveen, and then inquired with considerable interest how the old ruin at Carhen was, and also about the old chapel at Cahirciveen. I briefly told him and then, having recalled the conversation that bad taken piace with the two Irish exiles, I told him of it. Mr. Tracy listened attentively throughout, and with out saying a word put his hand into his pocke", after I had concluded, and handed me £1. saying, "Here, take this for the preservation of that old ruin at Carhen, and put me down for £10 for the O'Connell Memorial Church." Such bas been the simple beginning of this work which is now centered in the hearts of the Irish race all over the world.

 

20 March 1811 (FJ) Sessions Court Cork

...trial of three slaters for combination....William Russel, Jeremiah Casey and Edw. Tracey...It appeared from the evidence of the prosecutor J. Lane, that the traversers had been employed to ??? some work at the Assembly Rooms, Georges street, that the prosecutor was introduced to assist them, but that they objected, eith, as he alledgedbecause he had not the trade ticket, or as they endeavoured to maintain because they would not provide rope ladders &c. for him - On this point the issue of the trial turned, when the Jury after previouslystating they could not agree, and after remaining enclosed until five o'clock, they finally brought in a verdict of Guilty - sentence postponed; the Recorder having left the Court.

 

1813 The Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle, Volume 21

...Rev S.W. Tracy...Corresponding Secretary to the Missionary Society...London...(No.4, Bartlett's Buildings, Holborn)

Ireland

In announcing the return of Mr. Tracy. we are happy in being enabled to inform our readers, that, in addition to the formation of Auxiliary Societies in the northern counties of Tyrone, Armagh, Down, and Autrim, which we have already announced, Mr. Tracy succeeded in establishing an Auxiliary Missionary Society in the south, for the county of Cork: the Committee of which comprizes some of the most respectable characters in the city, and other parts of the county; among whom are John Anderson, Esq. of Fermoy, 'and W. Roberts, Esq. of Charleville, Bankers; by either of whom subscriptions are received, as well as by the Treasurer, James M‘Mullen, Esq. of Cork.

Mr. Tracy, on his return, begs to express the grateful sense which he entertains ot' the kindness which he experienced in all parts of Ireland from the Clergy and Christians of every church, which has laid him and the Missionary Society under lasting obligations—A hope is indulged, that the union which has at length been formed, under circumstances so auspicious, between the churches in 'England, Scotland, and Ireland, for the propagation of our common faith among the hundreds of millions of the heathen world, will be productive of no inconsiderable benefit to the united empire, as well as the world at large.

 

1814-5 Finance Accounts

Arrears of Advertisment Duty due by Printers of Newspapers in the Country

Tracey, Mercantile Chronicle, £52 [Cork?]

1815 Harding Tracy and Daniel O’Connell  (see Harding Tracy)

17 December 1816 (FJ) Provincial Intelligence

Cork, Dec. 14. Mr. Harding Tracy, late Printer of the Cork Mercantile Chronicle, has been liberated from imprisonment.

 

26/30 January 1819 (FJ) Window Tax

Cork...To the Mayor...inhabitants...John Tracy...

 

Courtney Family of County Cork

Within the file Correspondence U130/C, there are 64 letters and copy letters to and from Thady Flynn, agent to George Courtney, 1819-1837. The subjects referred to in the Flynn letters include paying a coal and timber bill, cover letters for forwarding money to Mrs Courtney or explaining why he is unable to do so, money for tutor's fees, money to pay servants, request for a list of household utensils to use in Drimada, a petition from Catherine Tracy for humane assistance, order for box of soap for the laundry. There are a number of letters between Mrs Courtney and Thady Flynn which refer to tenants having trouble with rents, urgent requests for money by Mrs Courtney, list of implements she wants for household use. Cork Archives Institute

 

1822 Mallow - Wesleyan Methodist Preacher (see Richard Taylor Tracey)

6 December 1854 (NG) Deaths

Dec 4...At his father's house, Youghal, Richard Watson, youngest son of the Rev. Richard T. Tracy, Wesleyan Minister.

1854 Youghal & 1857 Youghal, Sup. - Wesleyan Methodist Preacher Richard Taylor Tracey

1855 The following members were elected:- …Rev RT Tracey, Nelson-place, Youghal

Proceedings and Transactions of the Kilkenny and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society (1855)

1858-1865 Report of President of Queen's College, Cork

...Rev. Mr. Tracy, Dean of the Wesleyan Community...Report of the Wesleyan Dean of Residence, Cork, 3 Duke Parade December 9 1862...Richard T. Tracy

 

1824 House of Lords Papers

James Treacey, Sub-Constable, Roman Catholic, Barony of Courcys, Cork

 

11 February 1825 (FJ) Marriage

On Sunday last, Mr. Thomas Tracy, of Ballingarry [Limerick?], to Mary, eldest daughter of Daniel Nunan, of Kingsland, county Cork, Esq.

 

March 18, 1825 Freemans Journal

Catholic Rent...Mr William Tracy Kinsale £1.2.9

 

14/1/1826 Cork Constitution – The Journey Men Tailors of the City of Cork...John Tracy, Cook-Street...

24/1/1826 Cork Constitution – Notice – The Journeymen Taylors Of The City Of Cork the...Names Of The Respectable Employers...John Tracy, Cook-street...

 

4 March 1828 (FJ) Catholic rent

...first collection of Saints Peter and Paul, Cork...1l...John Tracy...

 

1820s-1830s Tithe Records

Alphabetical

 By Area

 

Daniel Tracy, Ballinscurloge, Ballynoe, Cork, 1833

Darby Tracy, Old Castletown, Ahacrosse [Graigue, Templemolaga], Cork, 1826

Darby Tracy, Old Castletown, Graigue, Templemolaga [Templemollogga on sheet], Cork, 1826 [Duplicate]

David Tracy, Lisheen [Lisheenowen], Kilcorcoran, Cork, 1829

 

J E Tracy, Corahoobeg, Drinagh, Cork, 1833

John [Widow – John & Maur Tracey in pencil] Tracy, Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

John Tracey, Lower Clonmelsh, Clonmult, Cork, 1825

John Tracy, Cloughfin [Cloghleafin], Ballydeloughy [Kilgullane], Cork, 1825

John Tracy, Gurtinams, Clonmult, Cork, 1831

John Tracy, Kinteera, Kilbolane, Cork,

John Treacy, Glanworth, Glanworth, Cork, 1825

John Treacy, Killeagh, Killeagh, Cork, 1833

Joseph Edward Tracy, Drimoleague, Dromdaleague, Cork, 1826

Joseph Edward Tracy, Dromdaleague, Cork, 1826

Julien Tracy, Carrigacunna, Monanimy, Cork, 1830

 

Mary Treacy, Ballymacibbit, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Mary Treacy, Ballymackibbot, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Mauce [John William? Tracy in pencil] Tracy, Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

Michl & Cath Treacy (Michl), Monavarnogue, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Michl & Patk Treacy (Michl), Monavarnoge, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Michl & Patk Treacy (Tom), Monavarnoge, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Michl & Patk Treacy (Tom), Monavarnogue, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Michl Treacy (John) & Brothers, Monavarnoge, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Michl Treacy (John) & Brothers, Monavarnogue, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Ml Tracy [son of M Tracy], Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

Ml Tracy [son of Maur Tracy], Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

Pat Tracy, Knuckagarry [Knockagarry], Marshalstown, Cork, 1831

 

Thomas & John Treacy (Maurice), Monavarnoge, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Thomas & John Treacy (Maurice), Monavarnogue, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Thomas Treacy (Ellen) & Pat Meany, Monavarnoge, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Thomas Treacy (Ellen) & Pat Meany, Monavarnogue, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Thomas Treacy, Monavarnoge, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Thomas Treacy, Monavarnogue, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Thoms & Darby Treasy, Knockacoole, Mogeely, Cork, 1830 [Remark: near Ballyknock]

Thos Tracy [not Thos - & Flannigan], Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

 

Tracy [& Flannigan], Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

Tracy [widow], Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

Tracy [widow], Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

 

 

Mary Treacy, Ballymacibbit, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Mary Treacy, Ballymackibbot, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Michl & Cath Treacy (Michl), Monavarnogue, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Michl & Patk Treacy (Michl), Monavarnoge, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Michl & Patk Treacy (Tom), Monavarnoge, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Michl & Patk Treacy (Tom), Monavarnogue, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Michl Treacy (John) & Brothers, Monavarnoge, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Michl Treacy (John) & Brothers, Monavarnogue, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Thomas & John Treacy (Maurice), Monavarnoge, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Thomas & John Treacy (Maurice), Monavarnogue, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Thomas Treacy (Ellen) & Pat Meany, Monavarnoge, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Thomas Treacy (Ellen) & Pat Meany, Monavarnogue, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Thomas Treacy, Monavarnoge, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

Thomas Treacy, Monavarnogue, Ardagh, Cork, 1828

 

Daniel Tracy, Ballinscurloge, Ballynoe, Cork, 1833

 

John Tracey, Lower Clonmelsh, Clonmult, Cork, 1825

John Tracy, Gurtinams, Clonmult, Cork, 1831

 

Mauce [John William? Tracy in pencil] Tracy, Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

John [Widow – John & Maur Tracey in pencil] Tracy, Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

Ml Tracy [son of Maur Tracy], Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

Ml Tracy [son of M Tracy], Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

Thos Tracy [not Thos - & Flannigan], Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

Tracy [& Flannigan], Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

Tracy [widow], Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

Tracy [widow], Ballyre, Dangandargan, Meath, [Dangandonovan Cork]

 

J E Tracy, Corahoobeg, Drinagh, Cork, 1833

 

Joseph Edward Tracy, Drimoleague, Dromdaleague, Cork, 1826

Joseph Edward Tracy, Dromdaleague, Cork, 1826

 

John Treacy, Glanworth, Glanworth, Cork, 1825

 

John Tracy, Kinteera, Kilbolane, Cork,

 

David Tracy, Lisheen [Lisheenowen], Kilcorcoran, Cork, 1829

 

John Tracy, Cloughfin [Cloghleafin], Ballydeloughy [Kilgullane], Cork, 1825

 

John Treacy, Killeagh, Killeagh, Cork, 1833

 

Pat Tracy, Knuckagarry [Knockagarry], Marshalstown, Cork, 1831

 

Thoms & Darby Treasy, Knockacoole, Mogeely, Cork, 1830 [Remark: near Ballyknock]

 

Julien Tracy, Carrigacunna, Monanimy, Cork, 1830

 

Darby Tracy, Old Castletown, Ahacrosse [Graigue, Templemolaga], Cork, 1826

Darby Tracy, Old Castletown, Graigue, Templemolaga [Templemollogga on sheet], Cork, 1826 [Duplicate]

 

1828 Tithe Applotment for the Parish of Kilcorcoran, Diocese of Cloyne, Cork

David Tracy 14 acres Lisheenowen (4 of 8)

1831 Tithe Applotment for the Parish of Marshalstown , Diocese of Cloyne, Cork

Patk Tracy 24a 1r 15p Knockagarry (5 of 27)

1831 Tithe Defaulter

John Treasy, Farmer, Gurtnacapul, Killeagh, Co. Cork.

 

1829 Commissioners for Auditing Public Accounts in Ireland

Richard Griffith, Civil Engineer

Edward Tracy, on account of bill of costs for proceedings on the line from Skibbeereen to Crookhaven, disallowed as an advance on account, till a bill of particulars is sent in £5/0/0

1831 Commissioners for Auditing Public Accounts in Ireland

Southern District

Edward Tracy, attorney, on account of bill of costs for proceedings on the line from Skibbeereen to Crookhaven £5/0/0

 

January 8, 1830 (FJ) O'Connell Fund

List of persons who subscribed £1000 sent up from Cork...John Tracy

 

John Tracy, 1830, Cork & Ross Diocese will. Exec: Peter Downing, Nile St, Cork. IWR/1830/F/248.

 

1830 NAI Reference: CSO/RP/1830/1998

TITLE: Two letters from Maj William Miller [Inspector General], Fermoy,; recommending dismissal of sub-constable James Tracy, Kilworth Mountains, County Cork for incurring debts

SCOPE & CONTENT: Two letters from Maj William Miller [Inspector General], Fermoy, [County Cork], to William Gregory, [Under Secretary, Dublin Castle], regarding sub-constable James Tracy [also Treacy], Kilworth Mountains, County Cork [North Cork]; recommending his dismissal for incurring debts and threatening one of his creditors. Also, letter from Tracy to Gregory, referring to his creditor John Lane. Further, letter from Patrick O’Brien, grocer, Timoleague, [County Cork] [coast West Cork], referring to Tracy’s debt to him.

EXTENT:       

4 items; 10pp

DATE(S): 26 Sep 1830-14 Dec 1830

ORIGINAL REFERENCE: 1830/10193

 

1831 Valuation List

Parish of the Holy Trinity, Grand Parade, West

West Side [starts 420]...474 John Tracy, ditto [Dwelling House], £60 valuation, [blank], 17s6d.

Parish of the Holy Trinity, Cook Street, East & West

East Side [starts 1168]...1179 John Tracey, ditto [dwelling house], £30 valuation, £30, 8s.9d.

 

John Trasey, 1831, Cloyne Diocese will. Exec: Patrick Whelan, Glanworth, Mallow, Co. Cork. IWR/1831/F/414.

 

British War Office – Chelsea Hospital 1787-1854

Dennis Tracey born Charleville, Cork Served in Cape Mounted Regiment Discharged aged 29, 1831-1839

Dennis Tracey, b. 1810 Charleville, Cork

 

March 6, 1832 & October 31, 1833 (FJ) O'Connell Fund

Meeting of the citizens of Cork...District No. 7...Denis Tracy...

 

William Tracy, 1832, Cork & Ross Diocese will, Exec: Ellen Tracy, Kinsale, Co. Cork. IAR/1832/F/37.

 

1835-1857 Merchant Navy Seamen

James Tracey, b. Cork Cork

James Tracey, b. Queenstown Cork

James Tracey, b. 1829 Cork Cork

John Trasey, b. 1836 Cork Cork

Richard Tracey 1835 Shibbereen [Skibbereen Cork]

 

31 May 1836 Drogheda Journal

...as Patrick Tracy, of Charlevile, his wife and three sons were returning from the market of Roserea, they »».viaii within half a mile of by a large party of men. ...

 

1836 County of Cork House of Correction

William Tracy, stealing turf, 2 months from 4 Jan 1836, discharged Feb 5 1837, Magistrates written no rule of bail

 

The Demon Nailer. A Legend of the South.

It was on a fine day of June in some old year, of which chronology has taken no note, that a stranger was seen to proceed with a light and lengthy stride along the rough pavement of that toilsome street which leads from Black-pool to the North-gate bridge of the city of Cork...Up the long-street proceeded the mysterious-looking man, until he reached that ascent called "The height o' Mallow-lane,"...The dark journeying man did pause-but neither the hum of the city caught his ear, nor did his eye rest for a moment on the desert of multiform roofs, the clustering masts, the sky reflecting bay, its verdant shores, or beautiful islets; but it rested with attentive gaze on Tom Tracey's sign, "The Glory of the World," on which a flaming copper-coloured sun, touched off with a broad, good-humoured face and eyes, showed his round orb... Give us yer hand, now, ma bouhil, and we'll settle the difference over a half-pint at "The Glory o' the World." Ta an Dhiel urth, if my wages and Tom Tracey's whiskey won't satisfy you."...

The Dublin Penny Journal, Vol. 4, No. 193 (Mar. 12, 1836), pp. 292-294

 

17 December 1836 Perry’s Bankrupt Gazette

...pensioner John Treacey of Black Rock [Cork?]...

 

1837 Reports

Tracey, Lieut. R.N. Answers of Lieut Tracey R.N., coast-guard at Barry's Cove, to queries as to the state of the fisheries on that part of Cork; modes of fishing; condition of the fishermen boats and gear, Rep. i. Ev. 157-159 - Answers of Lieut. Tracey R.N., coast-guard officer at Barry's Cove, to queries as to the situation of the fishing grounds on the coast of Cork, ib. 212.

1837 Royal Commission of inquiry into the state of the Irish Fisheries

Inside Clonakilty Bay, between Galley Head and Seven Heads, there is fishing ground at various places; and outside the bay, about three leagues, S.S. Wren from its centre, there is another ground. Haddock, Cod, Ling, Turbot, &c. are taken.- (Lieyut. Tracey, R.N. C.G.O., Barrycove)

Barry's Cove - Coastguard Lt. B.W. Tracey [Benjamin Wheatley Tracey, R.N.,? see Tracy Peerage Case]

 

1837-1838 Names of persons returned “Poor” by Churchwardens

Mary Tracy and Others, Fish St., Cork, freeman valuation

 

1837 Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC)

Service No.

Name

Age

Height

Native County

Religion

Marital status

Native County of wife

Recommended by

Trade

Date of Appointment

2772

David Tracey

26 years

5’8”

Cork

C

Not married

Lord Ennismore

None

27 May 1837

 

Brig Elizabeth, Cork to New York 3 Oct 1840

Michael Tracy      15    Male                  Ireland     New York

 

6 Oct 1841 (CE) 3 Oct 1842 (CE)

...Widow Tracy, Aghada...

27 Sep 1843 (CE)

..Widow Tracy, 64 acres from Captain Watson. She derived under a lease for twenty-one-years, made in 1823, at 375 an acre, P tion measure, and the land was of so fine a quality  duced frequently from fourteen to seventeen b ...

 

1841 Valuation for poor rates

Tom Tracy, Monlane, Rathcormack, Fermoy, £1.0.0 rent, £0.10.0 value

Pat Tracy, Ballinvoher, Castletownroche, Fermoy, £1.10.0 rent, £0.10.0 value

 

22 April 1842 (CE) Fruits of Tory Regime

...Thomas Tracey, of Bimnacum, threatening him with 'a bloody end' it he worked for Missy Dawson, Esq., or any one belonging to him. A body of armed men broke into the house of James Power, of Ballygragne, and beat him severely on account of land...

 

18 May 1842-20 May 1842

Letters to John Windele, antiquarian of Sunday's Well, Cork from William Hackett, folklorist and antiquarian, Midleton, Co. Cork, in which Hackett encloses a letter from Margaret Woods of Ardpatrick, (Co. Limerick) to her cousin, Jeremiah Tracey. In this letter, Woods accepts Tracey's suggestion to offer bed and board to a group of visiting antiquarians including William Hackett. Hackett also discusses sites known as 'leaba' or cells in Cork, namely, 'Leaba Na Bo Ban' (Bed of the White Cow) and Teampall Molagga (St. Molaga's temple) and refers to works on Irish historical topography. Margaret Woods, in a letter to her cousin, Jeremiah Tracey, informs Tracey of the death of her son, William after a long illness. [RIA 12 L 11/126]

 

29 Jun 1842 (CE)

Mr. Tracy, Cook street, £0.10.0...

 

31 Aug 1842 (CE) Kanturk to be let

Wm. Treacy has carried on an Extensive and Successful Trade in the Woolen and Linen Drapery. It is decidedly the best situation for Business in the Town, and Kanturk is now admitted to be one of the best Inland Towns in the South of Ireland...

 

September 8, 1842 (FJ) Association for the propagation of the Faith

Diocese of Cork...Rev. S. Tracey, from parishioners of Lower Glanmire £2.15.11...

 

2 Nov 1842 (CE) Dinner to the Late Mayor, 17 Feb 1843 (CE) Banquet & 3 Nov 1843 (CE) Dinner to Alderman F. Lyons

...Joseph Tracy, Esq...Welstead..

 

27 May 1843 (N) The Liberator in Cork

Banquet...Doctor Treacy...Mitchelstown...[from Nenagh?]

 

14 July, 1843 (165/14) O’Flynn Exham Solicitors Papers

Incumbered Estates Court. Estate of William Coppinger and others, owners, Richard John Coppinger, petitioner. Notice on behalf of James Blackney. Paul Treacy, 55 Lower Dominick St., solr. to Messrs R. & W. Coppinger, 34 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin, solrs.

Cork City and County Archives http://www.corkarchives.ie/media/U229web.pdf

 

9 September 1843 (N) O'Connell Fund

Mr. Ray read a letter from R. Barnet Barry Esq, Mallow...requesting admission as volunteers...William Tracy...

1844 Court

Wm Tracy of Mallow

15 Jan 1844 The Cork Examiner

Catholic meeting in Mallow
A large and highly respectable meeting of the Catholics of the Borough and parish of Mallow was held in the Parish Chapel after last Mass on yesterday, when a strong resolution and memorial to the Queen were adopted, the meeting was presided over by Thomas Punch, Esq., P.L.G., Lavella-house.  Among those present were the Rev. Messrs. Justin and John M'Carthy, Daniel Linehan, M.D., J.P., Charles J. Curtin, M.D., Carragoon-house; Edward O'Connor, Esq., Solicitor; P. Corbett, T.C.; R. Stack, T.C.; J. Gallaher, T.C.; M. Ahern, T.C.; R. Barnet Barry, T.C., P.L.G.; J. O'Connor, T.C., P.L.G.; Messrs. Moriarty; J. Fitzgerald; W. Quain; J. Lombard; M. Graham; P. Scully; John Butler; W. Treacy; J. Coleman, &c., &c.

5 February 1844 The Cork Examiner

O'Connell Tribute 

W. Tracey £1/0/0

June 21, 1844 (FJ) Repeal Association

...Mallow...W. Treacy...

 

1843 Midleton Union Farming Society

Tracy, widow, Aghada

 

1843 O’Conell Tribute

John Tracy, Kanturk

 

1843 Easter Ballyclough, Lower Crossfield

Tracy, James, labr. (Gone in 1844)

 

5 Apr 1844 (CE) Insolvent Court

Wm. Tracy, of Mallow, discharged.

 

Mar. 1845 (169/13) O’Flynn Exham Solicitors Papers

John Treacy to Daniel Treacy. Assignment of judgement for £200. Contained within are papers on Butler v Henry Cornelius, John Treacy v Henry Cornelius

Cork City and County Archives http://www.corkarchives.ie/media/U229web.pdf

 

1845 O’Conell Tribute

Treacy, Custom House Ward, Cork City

 

Lease dated 22nd October 1845...described as "All that and those the piece or plot of ground, or premises, surrounded by party wall, lately in the tenancy of Mr. William Treacy, situate in Deane Street, on Lapp's Island, in the Parish of the Holy trinity, and City of Cork, containing 17 feet in front to Deane Street, 72 feet in a direct line from front to rere, and 57 feet in breadth at the rere...north...Mr. Jeremishh Daly....south...Mr. Thomas Wilson Williamson...west...Messrs. Adams and Sherlock Brother...east...by Deane Street..."

William Treacy, No. 57 Patrick Street in the city of Cork, dwelling house, rent £65 with £48 deduction, £38 Griffiths valuation, lease dated 30th April 1855 from Thomas Fitton to William Treacy for 85 years  from 28th November then last past, with clause of surrender at the end of every three years. The original will be handed to the Purchaser.

 

2 March 1846 (CE) Awful Effects of Intemperence

John Tracy, a journeyman Type Founder, in a fit of drunkenness, murdered one of his companions, by stabbing him with a large knife.

 

March 9, 1846 (FJ) Mallow and Fermoy Railway

...Engineer, Mr. W.A. Treacy. (see Treacys of Ballymena Antrim)

Great Southern and Western Railway. Plan and Section of the Great Southern & Western Railway. Extension from Mallow to Fermoy. [Signed] E. A. Treacey. HL/PO/PB/3/plan1846/G73 [House of Lords]

1846 Mallow and Fermoy Railway

W.A. Tracey, Esq., Engineer

Glynn, Henry (1847) A reference book to the Incorporated Railway Companies of Ireland.  John Weale, London.

1846-1847 Index to correspondence on measures for relief of distress in Ireland

Cork: W.A. Treacey C.E. Engineer in charge

Mr. William A. Treacy, County Cork. Baronies of West Division of East Carbury, Kiltartan, Courceys, Division of East Carbury, Kinalmeaky, Ibane and Barryroe - No complaints made by labourers in these baronies.

August 7, 1852 (FJ) Marriages

August 3, at Rathclarin, William A Treacy, Esq, Surveyor of the West Riding of Cork, to Agnes Johnston, second daughter of JJ Thomson Esq, Manager of the Provincial Bank of Ireland, Bandon.

2 October 1858 (N) The Tenant Right Question - Great Meeting at Millstreet

...Court of Incumbered Estates...The farmer to whom I refer is Mr Michael Sisk, whose family have held the farm in question for a period of 170 years under the Marquis of Thomand...77 acres...outbid by County Surveyor, Mr. Treacy, using a Mr. Johnson...Mr. Maguire held up the notice, which was served upon Michael Sisk, of Ballykenefick, in the Barony of Imokilly, and signed 'W R Treacy, Mount Desert Cork'...Mr Treacy offered Mr. Sisk a sum of £150, if he gave up possession at once, which offer Mr. Sisk very properly rejected...

Dec 31, 1859 Freemasons and Masonic Mirror

Laying the foundation stone of St. Patricks Bridge

…W.A. Tracy, county surveyor East Riding;…

1862 Cork County Directory

County Surveyors, East Riding: W.A. Treacy, esq., Cork

17 November 1866

Lease of lands in Ballykennefick Co. Cork by William Agustus Treacy of Westport Co. Mayo to John Busteed of Crosshaven Co. Cork. (Belfast Public Record Off T662 (302)

 

21 Sep 1846 (CE) Public Meeting in Kanturk

...J Tracy...

 

1846-1851 New York arrivals

John Tracey, age 56, Mechanic, Ireland to USA, Cork: Adirondack 04/11/1846

Mary-Ann Tracey, Wife, age 55, Ireland to USA, Cork: Adirondack 04/11/1846

Mary-Ann Tracey, age 26, Ireland to USA, Cork: Adirondack 04/11/1846

 

Roger Tracy, age 29, Labourer, Great Britain to USA, Cork: Ambassadress 04/10/1848

 

Michl. Tracey, age 25, Labourer, Ireland to USA, Cork: Christianna 08/01/1848

 

Thomas Tracey, age 20, Labourer, Great Britain to USA, Cork & Liverpool: Berkenhead 07/23/1849

 

John Tracey, age 23, Labourer, Ireland to New Haven, Liverpool: Princeton 08/14/1850

Bridget Tracey, age 28, Servant, Cork Ireland to New York, Liverpool: Princeton 08/14/1850

 

Dora Tracy, age 30, Immigrant, Ireland to New York, Cork: Mississippi 04/14/1851

 

Mary Tracy, age 20, Farmer, Ireland to USA, Cork & Liverpool: Jessica 11/13/1851

 

Bernard Tracy, age 17, Labourer, Ireland to USA, Cork & Glasgow: New Hamshire 11/21/1851

 

Cushlamachree  Galway to New Brunswick Landed 16th August 1847

Saint John Almshouse – St. John, New Brunswick, Canada

Michael, Tracy/Treacey, 30, Destitute, Galway, Cushlamachree, Roman Catholic, admitted 4th September 1847, discharged 7th September 1847

Judy (Mrs), Tracy, 40, Destitute, Galway, [Cushlamachree], Roman Catholic, admitted 4th September 1847, discharged 13th February1848

Biddy, Tracy, 5, Fever, Galway, [Cushlamachree], Roman Catholic, admitted 4th September 1847, discharged 7th September 1847

John Trahee, 55, Fever, Cork, Cushlamachree, Roman Catholic, admitted 4th September 1847, died 18th September 1847

 

24 May 1847  Cork Examiner

[Cork?]... James Tracey, Commander. This Ship will be fitted up in a superior manner for the accommodation of Passengers, being upwards of 7 Feet high between Decks. Passengers ...

 

15 September 1847 The Cork Examiner

Additional subscriptions for the Angelus Bells of St. Mary's Church

John Treacy, Grand Parade £1/0/0

 

1847 RIC

8768  Math Tracey, 18, 23-Jun, Carlow, C, Labr, Depot, Cork E 1847

 

Saint John Almshouse – St. John, New Brunswick, Canada

Jeremiah, Tracey, 22, Syphilis, Cork, Roman Catholic, admitted 29th June 1848, Discharged 8th February 1858

 

12/5/1848 (CE) Citizens Club

...act as Ward Collectors:...Mansion House Ward...Henry Treacy...

 

Hillary Term 1848 Cases of Law

Mary O'Brien v James Roche and William Roche...lands of Aghada [Mitchelstown Cork]...3rd day of September 1824...James Joseph Roche...will and testament..."Aghada estate...to David Coughlan I leave the house he now lives in "during his life; to my servant James Tracy I leave the house his wife now lives in; and to my wife's servant Mary Ahearne, otherwise Finne, her house rent-free during their lives; and to each of "those three, viz., David Coughlan, James Tracy and Mary Ahearne, "otherwise Finne, I leave £10 a-year during their lives:...

 

1848 Inequalities of Ministers Money - Cork

Occupiers No.1

Michael Collins, spirit merchant, Parade (Trinity), £41 valuation, £0/4/8 charged for Ministers money

Occupiers No.2

D. Treacy, next-door to Mr. Collins, £85 valuation, £2/2/0 charged for Ministers money, mised for £3

 

1848-9 William Smith O'Brien Petition

Denis Tracy, City of Cork

William Treacey, City of Cork

 

1848 Cork Examiner

Messrs. William Treacy & Co., of Great George's Street, Cork, to promote Irish Manufacture, as we are all at present employed by him at his Factory on Lavitt's Quay, at the following Trades, viz.--Beaver and Silk Hats, Clogs and Springs, and Corker's Paste Liquid Japan and Indian Rubber Blacking, Clothing Manufactured in all its branches.

August 4, 1852 (FJ) The Patent Board of Irish Manufacturers and Industry

Cork...Mr. Treacy, Patrick street, Clothier 5s...

1852 Wm. Treacy and Co.—articles of clothing; satin and cloth vests, very highly embroidered by young females of this city, &c.

John Francis Maguire,  Mayor of Cork (1852) The industrial movement in Ireland, as illustrated by the National Exhibition

 

13 April 1849 Ship Mississippi
Cork, Ireland to Baltimore, Maryland
151  Mary Treacy, 20

 

18 June, 1850 (43/5) O’Flynn Exham Solicitors Papers

K. Treacy to R. & W. Coppinger re. sale of Loughlin’s estate

Cork City and County Archives http://www.corkarchives.ie/media/U229web.pdf

 

31 Dec 1850 Inspector of Government Prisons

Luke Treacy, Turnkey third class, Spike Island

 

1850 Passenger list

Charles from Youghal to Boston

Honora Tracy, 22

 

4-21-1851 Passenger list

Lydia from Liverpool-NY

Thomas Tracy 38

 

31 May, 1851, 31 Mar. 1869 (59/92) O’Flynn Exham Solicitors Papers

Extract from Major Home’s Letting Book. A letting was made to Edmund Tracey (Treacy) of Ballyhooly of a house in that village, formerly occupied by M. Daly, from 25/3/1851 at annual rent of thirty shillings, the term being the lives of himself, his brother, David & John Furlong. Extract from Lady Listowel’s letter of 31/3/1869 concerning purchase of life interest in same. E. Treacy is about 70 years of age

Cork City and County Archives http://www.corkarchives.ie/media/U229web.pdf

 

June 30, 1851 (FJ)

...Kanturk...Mr. Treacy, a shopkeeper, in that town...

 

1851 English Census

Catherine Tracey, born 1824 in Cork, Ireland. Residence: Southwark St John Horsleydown, Surrey.

Richard Tracey, born 1837 in Cork, Ireland. Residence: Greenwich, Kent. (see Richard Edward Tracey)

Stoffwer/Stopford Tracey, born 1839 in Cork, Ireland. Residence: Greenwich, Kent. (see Richard Edward Tracey)

 

Griffiths Valuation Cork 1851-1853

Alphabetical

By area

Benjamin Tracy, Kerry Hall Avenue & Terrace, St. Annes Shandon, Cork

 

Bernard Tracy, Cook Street , Holy Trinity, Cork

 

David Tracy, Knockough, Kilbolane, Cork

 

Denis Tracy, Charleville Baker's Lane, Rathgoggan, Cork

 

Edmund Tracy, Village of Ballyhooly (Main St), Ballyhooly, Cork

 

Ellen Tracy, Charleville Love Lane, Rathgoggan, Cork

Ellen Tracy, Knoppoge, Kilcorcoran, Cork

Ellen Tracy, Lisheenowen, Kilcorcoran, Cork

Ellen Tracy, Monavaroge, Ardagh, Cork

 

Honora Tracy, Milford Village, Kilbolane, Cork

 

J. E. Tracy, South Mall, Holy Trinity, Cork

 

James Tracey, Ballymonteen, Ballynoe, Cork

James Tracey, Mitchelstown; Lower Cork-St,(Brigown), Brigown, Cork

James Tracy, Charleville Newtown Max., Rathgoggan, Cork

James Tracy, Ruanes, Ballyclogh, Cork

 

Jeremiah Tracey, Quitrentmountain, Farahy, Cork

Jeremiah Tracy, Bleasdy's Street, St. Annes Shandon, Cork

Jeremiah Tracy, Quitrentmountain, Farahy, Cork

 

John Patrick Tracy, Monavarnoge, Ardagh, Cork

John Patrick Tracy, Monavaroge, Ardagh, Cork

John Tracey, Bilberry, Inchinabacky, Cork

John Tracey, Knockagarry, Marshalstown, Cork

John Tracy, Bilberry, Inchinabacky, Cork

John Tracy, Clarence Street, St. Annes Shandon, Cork

John Tracy, Hodder's Lane, St. Annes Shandon, Cork

John Tracy, Kanturk; Greenane St. Lower, Kilroe, Cork

John Tracy, Kinteera, Kilbolane, Cork

John Tracy, Knockgorm, Killeagh, Cork

 

Margaret Tracy, Cloonkilla, Kilgullane, Cork

 

Mary Tracey, Youghal Lands. Tallow Street, Youghal, Cork

 

Maurice John Tracy, Monavaroge, Ardagh, Cork

Maurice Treacy, Grattan Street, Youghal, Cork

 

Michael Tracy, Bachelors Walk, Youghal, Cork

Michael Tracy, Queenstown: Middleton-Street,(Kilgarvan), Templerobin, Cork

Michael Treacy, Strand Street Mall, Youghal, Cork

Michael Treacy, Youghal Lands Town of Youghal Nile St., Youghal, Cork

 

Mrs. ??? Tracy, Monavaroge, Ardagh, Cork

 

Nicholas Tracy, Monavaroge, Ardagh, Cork

 

Patrick Tracy, Great Britain Street, St. Annes Shandon, Cork

Patrick Tracy, Watercourse Road, St. Annes Shandon, Cork

 

Thomas John Tracy, Monavaroge, Ardagh, Cork

Thomas Michael Tracy, Monavaroge, Ardagh, Cork

Thomas Treasy, Ballyre, Dangandonovan, Cork

 

William A. Tracey Esq., Kilbrogan St, Bandon, Kilbrogan, Cork

William Tracy, Douglas Street, St. Nicholas, Cork

William Treacy, Patrick Street , Holy Trinity, Cork

- Cork City & Harbour

 

Bernard Tracy, Cook Street, Holy Trinity, Cork

J. E. Tracy, South Mall, Holy Trinity, Cork

William Treacy, Patrick Street, Holy Trinity, Cork

 

Benjamin Tracy, Kerry Hall Avenue & Terrace, St. Annes Shandon, Cork

Jeremiah Tracy, Bleasdy's Street, St. Annes Shandon, Cork

John Tracy, Clarence Street, St. Annes Shandon, Cork

John Tracy, Hodder's Lane, St. Annes Shandon, Cork

Patrick Tracy, Great Britain Street, St. Annes Shandon, Cork

Patrick Tracy, Watercourse Road, St. Annes Shandon, Cork

 

William Tracy, Douglas Street, St. Nicholas, Cork

 

Michael Tracy, Queenstown: Middleton-Street, (Kilgarvan), Templerobin, Cork

 

- East Cork

 

Ellen Tracy, Monavaroge, Ardagh, Cork

John Patrick Tracy, Monavarnoge, Ardagh, Cork

John Patrick Tracy, Monavaroge, Ardagh, Cork

Maurice John Tracy, Monavaroge, Ardagh, Cork

Mrs. ??? Tracy, Monavaroge, Ardagh, Cork

Nicholas Tracy, Monavaroge, Ardagh, Cork

Thomas John Tracy, Monavaroge, Ardagh, Cork

Thomas Michael Tracy, Monavaroge, Ardagh, Cork

 

James Tracey, Ballymonteen, Ballynoe, Cork

 

Thomas Treasy, Ballyre, Dangandonovan, Cork

 

John Tracey, Bilberry, Inchinabacky, Cork

John Tracy, Bilberry, Inchinabacky, Cork

 

John Tracy, Knockgorm, Killeagh, Cork

 

Mary Tracey, Youghal Lands. Tallow Street., Youghal, Cork

Michael Tracy, Bachelors Walk, Youghal, Cork

Maurice Treacy, Grattan Street, Youghal, Cork

Michael Treacy, Strand Street Mall, Youghal, Cork

Michael Treacy, Youghal Lands Town of Youghal Nile St., Youghal, Cork

 

- North Cork

 

James Tracy, Ruanes, Ballyclogh, Cork

 

Edmund Tracy, Village of Ballyhooly (Main St), Ballyhooly, Cork

 

James Tracey, Mitchelstown; Lower Cork-St,(Brigown), Brigown, Cork

 

Jeremiah Tracey, Quitrentmountain, Farahy, Cork

Jeremiah Tracy, Quitrentmountain, Farahy, Cork

 

David Tracy, Knockough, Kilbolane, Cork

Honora Tracy, Milford Village, Kilbolane, Cork

John Tracy, Kinteera, Kilbolane, Cork

 

Ellen Tracy, Knoppoge, Kilcorcoran, Cork

Ellen Tracy, Lisheenowen, Kilcorcoran, Cork

 

Margaret Tracy, Cloonkilla, Kilgullane, Cork

 

John Tracy, Kanturk; Greenane St. Lower, Kilroe, Cork

 

John Tracey, Knockagarry, Marshalstown, Cork

 

Denis Tracy, Charleville Baker's Lane, Rathgoggan, Cork

Ellen Tracy, Charleville Love Lane, Rathgoggan, Cork

James Tracy, Charleville Newtown Max., Rathgoggan, Cork

 

- West Cork

 

William A. Tracey Esq., Kilbrogan St, Bandon, Kilbrogan, Cork

 

 

James Tracey, Cork – matriculated 30/8/1852 (Students of Maynooth)

Royal College of Maynooth

James Tracy, 17 years, Logic, entered 30 Aug 1852

James Treacy, 1858 Divinity, to Cork.

October 17, 1859 (FJ) Catholic Intelligence

...Rev J. Treacy from Murragh to Dunmanway...

26 February 1863 Cork Examiner

Death Of The Rev. James Tracy, C.C., Dunmanway. It is with very great regret that announce the death of this estimable young clergyman, which took place Tuesday, after a brief ...[West Cork]

28 February 1863 (FJ) Death of the Rev James Tracy, C.C. Dunmanway

It is with great regret that we announce the death of this estimable young clergyman, which took place on Tuesday, after a brief missionary career of four years...- Cork Examiner

 

June 7 & 10, 1853 (FJ) Great Catholic Meeting

...Andrew Tracy, TC, do [Limerick]...Denis Tracy, do [Cork]...

 

July 28, 1853 (FJ) Cork

...willful murder of James Treacey in the month of March last...

 

1853

Monerea Marsh, otherwise Sleigh's Marsh, with dwelling house known as No.2 Union Quay, St. Nicholas and City of Cork now in the occupation of Bridget Tracey, Bridget Tracey representative of Bridget Palmer. 0a/0r/0.5p, £19 rent, Lease dated 5th day of May 1853 from Thomas Somerville Reeves, John M'Namara and William Lumley Perrier to Bridget Palmer, spinster, for 999 years, from the 25 March 1853...

 

1853

William Augustus Treacy Esq, C.E., Dwelling house on Monte notte Terrace, Middle Glanmire Road with garden and Green House attached and Coach House and Stable close adjoining, £52.10.0 rent,

1858

The land of Knockrour...survey made by Mr William A. Treacy, C.E...

 

1853-1923 Royal Navy

Addis Ernest Tracy. Official Number: 209565. Place of Birth: Cork, Ireland. Date of Birth: 15 August 1884. [see Limerick]

Edward Tracey. Official Number: 73300. Place of Birth: Queenstown, Cork. Date of Birth: 21 June 1837.

Edward Treacy. Place of Birth: Queenstown, Cork. Continuous Service Number: 37744A. Date of Volunteering: 22 May 1866. Date of Birth: 21 June 1837.

Edward Treacy. Place of Birth: Queenstown, Cork. Continuous Service Number: 25652. Date of Volunteering: 05 December 1855. Date of Birth: 21 June 1837.

 

1854 Register of Apprentices Shipbuilding

John Tracy, 16 years, Date 30 Mar 54, Enrolled 30 Mar 54, 4 year term, Expires 30 Mar 58, George Robinson Shipbuilder Cork, enrolled at Cork

 

14 April 1854 Cork Examiner

... Thos. H. Tracey, Esq., aged...

 

Graduates and Matriculated Under-Graduates, Queens Universities Ireland

William Trecy, 1854, Cork

The Queen's [afterw.] Royal university of Ireland calendar, 1859

 

1854

John Tracey, Monavarnoge, Imokilly, Cork, 26a/1r/27p, £6 rent, tenant from year to year

Same [John Tracey], Monavarnoge, Imokilly, Cork, 18a/2r/24p, £2.10.0 rent, Proposal from this tenant to Norman Uniacke Esq dated 11th May 1852 for a tenancy from year to year

Widow Patrick Tracey and Thomas Michael Tracey, representatives of Patrick and Michael Tracy, Monavarnoge, Imokilly, Cork, 70a/1r/10p, £31.0.10 rent, Hold under proposal by Michael Tracey and Patrick Tracey to, and accepted by, Norman Uniacke, Esq, dated 15 Nov 1830 for the lives of Robert Uniacke, Fitzgerald Uniacke and Terence John Lawlor, both in being, at the yearly rent of £27.13.4 together with one-third proportion of a duty bog of 2 cwt...also five horses...six labourers...landlord at liberty to enclose three acres of said land...

Michael Tracey, Monavarnoge, Imokilly, Cork, 28a/0r/26p, £13.12.0 & £1 rent, tenant from year to year

Representatives of John and Maurice Tracey, Monavarnoge, Imokilly, Cork, 54a/2r/25p, £28.0.6 & £1 rent, tenant from year to year

Widow Nicholas Tracey, representative of Widow Thomas Tracy, Monavarnoge, Imokilly, Cork, 63a/1r/27p, £30.9.4, Holds under proposal by Widow Thos Tracey to, and accepted by, Norman Uniacke, Esq, dated 15 Nov 1830 for the lives of Robert Uniacke, Fitzgerald Uniacke and Terence John Lawlor, both in being, at the yearly rent of £27.10.0 together with one-third proportion of a duty bog...also five horses...six labourers...tenant was bound to enclose the part of the mountain included in this holding within seven years...

Thomas Tracey (Black), Monavarnoge, Imokilly, Cork, 0a/1r/10p & 0a/1r/0p, £1 & £0.2.6 rent, tenant from year to year

1836

John Tracey and John Keeffe, representatives of Martin Kennedy, Knockgorm, Imokilly, Cork, 141a/1r/27p, £89.15.0 rent, Lease dated 21st January 1836 from Norman Uniacke, Esq, to Martin Kennedy for the lives of Terence John Lawlor, Patrick Kennedy and martin Kennedy, second and third son of leasee...

 

29 June 1855 Cork Examiner

[Death?]... Bernard Tracy.

 

31 October 1855 Cork Examiner

[Death]... Richard Tracy Esq., coal and timber merchant, after a short but severe attack offerer. A fond husband, an affectionate parent, a firm friend fnuik, courteous and ...

 

1855 Cork

14. 11 on map. Bridget Tracey, Quit-rent Mountain, 43a/2r/37p Statute, £2.4.6 rent, tenant from year to year

26. 25 on map. Darby Tracey, Quit-rent Mountain, 1a/1r/20p Statute, £0.2.0 rent, tenant from year to year

 

1855 Fermoy Cork

5. 1 on map. Timothy Noonan and Margaret Noonan, Glasvaunta, 38a/2r/35p, £30.2.8 rent, Lease dated 29 August 1799 from Caroline Countess of Kingston to James Noonan for three lives, one of whom is living, namely, Michael Tracey of Howard's Court, Kilfinan, aged about 64 years

 

5 July 1856 (N) Rolls Court - The Earl of Kingston v. Thomas Joseph Byrne and others

...Mitchelstown...solicitors (Messrs Morrow and Tracey)...

 

6 October 1856 The Cork Examiner
Thomas Montgomery, a clerk at Messrs. Hill and Tracy, emigration agents,....

 

3 April 1857 Cork Examiner

... of Wm. Tracy, Esq of a daughter.

 

20 August 1857 Daily Alta California

At Santa Cruz, Aug. 7th, Peter Tracy, aged 45 years, a native of Cork, Ireland.

At Santa-Croa, Aug. 7, 1857, Peter Tracy, aged 45 years, a native of Cork, Ireland....

Vital records from the Daily Evening Bulletin, San Francisco, California (Volume 1857)

 

21 October 1857 Cork Examiner

... Mr. Wm. Tracy, Rutland-street, 0 10 0...

 

1857 Tracy, James, Cork City. Accountant. (Prerogative Will)

 

1857 RIC

Michael Treacy, 21936

Michl Treacy, 21936, 21 (b.c. 1836), enlisted 17 Sep 1857, b. Waterford, RC, Labr, to Cork W 17/1/58

 

10 March 1858 Cork Examiner

Cork Spring Assizes... John Tracy, and Michael Smithwick, complete the forming, fencing, and stoning the now road from to and Fermoy (an relief work), between l?rencorda bridge r*id the ...

 

18 December 1858 (N) Greenwich Hospital

...Mr. Tracy, Cork, £1...

 

11th February 1858

To be sold by Auction at the Sale Rooms of Mr. Roger B. EVANS, South Mall, Cork Thursday, 11th February, 1858 at the hour of twelve o'Clock noon, The houses, Tan-yards and Premises situate partly in that part of Mallow-lane, now called Clarence-street, partly in Hillgrove-lane, partly in Allnutt's-lane and partly on the watercourse, in the Parish of Saint Anne Shandon. and City of Cork Held for the residue of term of 999 years from 29th September 1751

…Lease dated 12th April 1845  from Henry Maybury to Mary Byrne widow of the undivided two-thirds of a dwelling-house with the yards to rere thereof bounded on the North by house and premises then occupied by William Flanagan; on the South by premises lately held by Mrs. Riordan; on the East by the alley to the  convent, also four houses in Hillgrove-street occupied by William Mahony; Mrs. Coakleyh; Daniel Connor and Charles McCarthy, bounded on the North by Mrs. Tracey’s Tan-yard; on the south by Hillgrove-street; on the West by Michael Dunne’s Tan-yard and on the East by John Cole’s premises and Austin Harley’s tan yard, for the term of 259 years from 1st May, 1844 as £8 4s. 1d…

1858

2. Clarence street & 2a Hillgrove Lane, Cork, Mrs Mary Byrne, five dwelling houses...Lease dated 12th April 1845...Clarance street formerly called Mallow lane, in the City of Cork...bounded on the north by Mrs. Tracey's tan yard, on the south by Hillgrove street on the west by Michael Dunne's tan yard and on the east by John Cole's premises and Austin Harley's tan yard, all which said premises are situated in the Parish of Saint Anne and City of Cork...

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

Cornelius Joseph Treacy 1 Dec 1915 Valentine Villas The Lough Cork, telegraph clerk, to Alice M. Treacy widow

David Tracy 12 Jun 1878 Glanworth Cork, pensioner, to Mary Tracy widow

David Treacy 13 Jun 1870 Youghal Cork, shopkeeper, by John Flynn of Youghal Park and Maurice Treacy of Ballymackibbett, farmers (by decree “Flynn v. Treacy” 9 November 1870)

James Joseph Tracy 26 Dec 1901 Camden Place Cork, MD, to Robert J. Tracy, accountant

John Joseph Treacy 2 Jun 1871 Lower Glanmire road Cork, clerks of Works, to Bridget Treacy widow

John Tracy 12 Aug 1832 Grand Parade Cork, druggist, to Patrick Clarey of Old Georges Street, Accountant/Nominee

John Tracy 3 Jul 1885 Friar’s Walk Cork, tanner, to Ellen Tracy widow

John Tracy 3 Jul 1885 Friars Walk Cork, tanner, Ellen Tracy widow, to son John Tracy Bishop street, tanner

Joseph Edward Tracy 18 Jan 1885 Grenville House Cork, gentleman, died Fortlands Ballybrack Dublin, to Catherine Tracy of Fortlands, widow

Margaret Treacy 9 Jun 1886 Rathclare Cottage Buttevant Cork, widow, by Rev Edward Neville of Inniscarra, RCC

Mary Tracy 4 Mar 1902 Margaret Street & late Douglas street Cork, wife of Michael Tracy, to David Murphy, Vintner

Mary Treacy 11 Sep 1919 Monavarnogue Killeagh Cork, ww [widow woman], to Thos Treacy

Maurice Charles Tracy 9 Apr 1873 Marlborough Street Cork, assistant surgeon in HM army unattached a widower, to brother Declan Tracy of Piltown (Clashmore County Waterford), gentleman

Maurice Treacy 30 Nov 1913 Ballymackibbot Killeagh Cork, farmer, to John Treacy, farmer

Michael Treacy 19 May 1905 Gratten Street Youghal Cork, vintner, to Annie Treacy widow and Daniel Treacy, farmer

Nicholas Treacy 15 Aug 1919 [22 May 1919] Monavaenogue Mount Uniacke Cork, farmers son, to Alice Treacy, ww [widow woman]

Patrick Tracy 8 Sep 1898 Sunday’s Well Road Cork, gentleman, to the Reverend Patrick J. Tracy, RCC

Patrick Treacy 30 May 1909 Monavarnogue Cork, farmer, to Nicholas Treacy, farmer

Thomas Tracy 27 Jan 1886 Clarence Street Cork, retired Head Constable RIC, by Joseph Byrne, grocers assistant

William Tracy 9 Dec 1884 Kenilworth square Rathmines Dublin and late of Fermoy Cork, died at Mountmellick Queen's, to James M’Fadden Portadown Armagh, Linen manufacturer, creditor

 

Ellen Archdeacon 27 Apr 1892 Albany New York USA, died Fermoy Cork, to James F Tracey, Councellor at Law, Albany, the surviving executor

Bridget Carroll 29 Dec 1906 Panorama terrace and late of Rathmore Buildings Cork, to Ellen Treacy

Ellen Downing 29 Aug 1901 Monavarnogue Cork, spinster, to Daniel Tracy farmer

Kate Farron 29 May 1918 11 Lough Road Cork, married woman, to Elizabeth Treacy

Ellen Fitzgerald 7 Jun 1907 Glen Villas Kilnap Cork, spinster, to Teresa Tracy widow

Thomas Goggin 29 Jul 1914 Cork Cork, to Richard J O'Sullivan William F Tracy, accountant, Charles J Conroy

Michael Hayes 12 Apr 1881 Summer Hill Cork, Esquire, Denis Hayes esq of Grenville house, Catherine Tracy (wife of Joseph Edward Tracy) of Grenville house

Mary Herrick 10 Jul 1869 Henry St Cork Cork, widow, to nephew Francis Tracy of Dyke parade, gentleman and sole residuary legatee

James Murphy 3 Apr 1919 Cloughmacow Cork, to Patrick Tracey Michael Cotter Denis Murphy

Eugene Neill 14 Feb 1913 Clonakility Cork, labourer, to Mary Tracy, married woman

John Richardson 18 Sep 1911 Commons Road Cork, merchant,  William Treacy, manager J. W. Green and Company, Michael Nagle, Victualler and William Richardson, farmer

Owen Sweeney 16 Jun 1913 Mossgrove Commons east Cork, to Hannah Treacy married woman

Patrick Walsh 21 May 1879 Rathclare Cork, farmer, to Margaret Treacy, widow

Mary Anne Walsh 21 Oct 1874 Buttervant Cork, spinster, to sister Margaret Treacy, Rathclare Cottage (Buttevant) widow

John Young 8 Jul 1918 Blairs Castle Sundays Well Cork, merchant, to William F Tracy Timothy OShea

 

1858-59 (157/3 Folder) O’Flynn Exham Solicitors Papers

Business receipts...Treacy & co. drapers, 56 & 57 Patrick St...

Cork City and County Archives http://www.corkarchives.ie/media/U229web.pdf

 

1850-1883 New York Emigrant Savings Bank Records

 

10 Oct 1860 25701 Mary Tracy, of 41 Worth St, seamtress, born 1820 Cork Ireland ard. 1846 per "Bethil", is a widow of James Tracy 2 child Patrick Loy & Mary Tracy

 

16 Feb 1864 38838 Mary Tracy, of 245 Ausb, housekeeper, born 1843 Cork, ard. 1861 per "Dreadnought" husb Ira no children nee Mulcahey

 

1860- British War Office (WO97) – Chelsea Hospital

Cornelius Tracey, b. 1846 Mallow, Cork

David Tracey, b. 1831, Michelstown, Cork  [see 1861 Census]

Edward Tracey, b. 1837 Cork, Cork

Edwin Tracey, b. 1883 Cork, Cork

George Treacy, b. 1831 Castlelyons, Cork

James Tracey, b. 1893 Cork, Cork

John Tracey, b. 1835 Mallon, Cork

John Treacy, b. 1872 Cork, Cork

William Tracey, b. 1837, Charleville, Cork

William Tracey, b. 1839 Kildorery, Cork

William Tracey, b. 1853, Cork, Cork

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

John Tracey, b. 1874, Cork, Cork

 

1860 US Census

Edward A Tracy, 28 years, b. Co. Cork Ireland, Millstone Township Monmouth, New Jersey

Francis S Tracey, 37 years, b. Cork Ireland, Monroe Township, Middlesex_code, New Jersey

 

Julia Tracy, 31 years, b. Cork Ireland, The Second Ward, Oswego, New York

 

1860 Census - District 1, Montgomery, Alabama, United States

Thomas Tracy              M         34        Cork Ireland, salesman

R F [R.A.] Colclaugh M         35        Warford [Wexford] Ireland, atorney at law

Michael Cooney                      M         51        Warford [Wexford] Ireland

1860 Census District 1 Montgomery City House 470 Family 458. Three men living together Thomas Tracey, age 34 born Cork Occupation salesman. Michael Comey, age 59 born Wexford. RA Colclough, attorney owned real estate worth $1000 and personal property worth $3,000 born wexford.

 

1861 British Census

David Tracey, Head, 29, b. 1832 City of Cork Ireland, Sergeant 84 Regiment, St Bartholomew Salford Lancashire.

= Ann Tracey, Wife, b. 1840 Sheffield York, Salford Lancashire.

Mary Trasey, b. abt 1841 Cork Ireland, Warwickshire England

Richard E Tracey, b. abt 1838 Cork Ireland, Cornwall England

 

1861 Census - 13 Fortan Road Alverstoke St John the Evangelist Hampshire

Thomas Tracy, head, 33, b. Dublin Ireland, sergeant Rl Marines,

Ellen Tracy, wife, 29, b. Middleton Co Cork

Ellina Tracy, daur, 10, b. Middleton Co Cork

Patrick Tracy, son, 7,  b. Middleton Co Cork

John Tracy, son, 4,  b. Middleton Co Cork

Michael Tracy, son, 2, b. Middleton Co Cork

Ellen Murphy, mother, wid, 60, b. Middleton Co Cork

 

1861 - 4 Mary Pl Chs St Poplar All Saints Middlesex

Margt Tracey, head, widow, 50, b. Fermoy Ireland, laundress

Donald Tracey, son, 23, b. Fermoy Ireland, labouer

Mary Tracy, do, 22, b. Fermoy Ireland, laundress,

Hannah Foley, sister, 43, widow, b. Fermoy Ireland, laundress

Cath do, do, 21, unmarried, b. Fermoy Ireland, laundress,

Patric Tracey, son, 26, b. Fermoy Ireland, labourer,

Thos Tracey, son, 24, b. Fermoy Ireland, labourer, 

Mary Foley, daur, 22, b. Fermoy Ireland, laundress,

 

1861 - Bermondsey St Mary Magdalene St James Surrey

Elizabeth Tracy, head, 54, b. 1807 Cork Ireland

 

7 June 1862 (FJ) Insolvent Debtors

At Cork, June 25...John Treacy, late of Keentend[?], county of Cork, farmer and labourer.

 

21 June 1862  Cork Examiner

... James Tracy and Patrick Walsh, for Mitchelstown.

 

7 August 1862 Cork Examiner

... Sub-Constable Tracy, of Goleen...[Cork]

 

1862

John Tracy, Ballymackibbott [Ballymackibbot Ardagh Cork], 93a/1r/0p, £65, Held under proposal dated 2nd september 1862 for a lease for 21 years from the 29th September 1862 at 14s per acre...

 

16 January 1863 Cork Examiner

... wife of Wm. Tracy, Esq.,of a daughter.

 

22 August 1863 Cork Examiner

... Denis Treacy (Late Woollen Buyer At Messrs. Fitzgilbon And Co., Queen's Old Castle, Cork) Has Taken The Premises 45, Great George's street, next door to Fitzqibbon A ...

 

6 Jan. 1864 (43/85) O’Flynn Exham Solicitors Papers

Henry Roche, Dublin to Coppinger. He has not been paid his September rents by Treacy

Cork City and County Archives http://www.corkarchives.ie/media/U229web.pdf

 

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

Tracey, Edmund, Cork, Cork. 10 147

Tracey, James, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 10 402

Tracey, John, Youghal, Waterford/Cork East. 9 1026

Tracy, John, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 20 357

Tracy, Thomas, Cork, Cork. 5 154

Treacy, James, Cork, Cork. 15 150

Treacy, Johanna, Cork, Cork. 10 227

Treacy, Mary Anne, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 10 420

Treacy, Thomas, Youghal, Waterford/Cork East. 14 945

1865 - Births

Tracey, Bridget, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 10 431

Tracey, Catherine, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 20 335

Tracey, James, Cork, Cork. 3 229

Tracey, (female), Cork, Cork. 3 167

Tracy, Mary, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 10 438

Treacy, David, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 5 436

Treacy, Ellen, Cork, Cork. 20 196

Treacy, Mary, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 15 345

Treacy, Michael, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 10 444

Treacy, Timothy, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 10 426

Treacy, William, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 10 444

Treagy, John, Cork, Cork. 20 116

1866 - Births

Tracey, Margaret Mary, Cork, Cork. 10 148

Tracey, Mary Ellen, Mallow, Cork East. 10 546

Tracy, Edmond, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 20 356

Tracy, Ellen, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 20 355

Tracy, Jeremiah, Cork, Cork. 5 159

Tracy, Johanna, Lismore, Cork/Waterford. 9 799

Tracy, John, Cork, Cork. 5 140

Tracy, Mary, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 10 395

Treacy, Bridget, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 10 408

Treacy, Catherine, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 5 430

Treacy, Catherine, Cork, Cork. 20 192

Treacy, Johanna, Mitchelstown, Cork/Limerick 4 937

Treacy, John, Middleton, Cork 14 782

Treacy, Michael, Cork, Cork. 20 192

Treacy, (female), Cork, Cork. 5 196

1867 - Births

Tracey, Dorinda, Cork, Cork. 15 129

Tracey, James, Youghal, Waterford/Cork East. 9 1021

Tracey, Jane, Cork, Cork. 15 127

Tracy, John, Youghal, Waterford/Cork East. 19 947

Treacy, Catherine, Cork, Cork. 10 235

Treacy, David, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 20 315

Treacy, Michael, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 10 440

Treacy, Patrick, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 5 419

Treacy, (female), Cork, Cork. 5 179

1868 - Births

Tracey, Jeremiah Joseph, Cork, Cork. 20 135

Tracey, Patrick, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 15 354

Tracy, William, Cork, Cork. 20 175

Treacey, John, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 5 423

Treacy, Catherine, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 10 465

Treacy, Edmond, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 15 358

Treacy, Patrick, Youghal, Waterford/Cork East. 9 1029

Treacy, Patrick, Cork, Cork. 15 180

1869 - Births

Tracey, Anne, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 5 404

Tracey, John Patrick, Cork, Cork. 20 142

Tracey, Mary, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 15 348

Tracy, David, Youghal, Waterford/Cork East. 9 1072

Tracy, Mary, Lismore, Cork/Waterford. 14 784

Treacy, Celia Jane, Cork, Cork. 15 169

Treacy, David, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 5 430

Treacy, Johanna, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 20 354

Treacy, Mary, Kilmallock, Limerick/Cork East. 10 443

Treacy, Michael, Middleton, Cork 14 799

 

30 November 1865 (FJ) Chancery

...premises situated at Crosses Green, in the County of Cork, known as "The Crosses Green Mills"...In the year 1858, Messrs. Smith, Hayes, Tracy and James Evans were the parties beneficially interested in the lease [differences lead to arbitration]...

 

1798-1914 Register of Enlisted USA

James Tracy, enlisted 12 Apr 1866 at Ft Hamilton NY by Lieut Putnan for 3 years, born Cork Ireland, 23 years, labourer, Grey eyes, brown hair, dark complexion, 5’7”, 12 Inf, 30 Inf H coy, ? Nov 27 1866

James Tracy, enlisted 9 Dec 1871 New York NY by Capt Summer for 5 years, born Cork Ireland, 28 years, sailor, grey eyes, brown hair, dark complexion, 5’8.5”, 2 Cav, B coy, Deserted May 20 1872, Ann’d Nov 16 ’73 tranpt to 2nd Arty H. Deserted May 20/74

Thomas Treacy, enlisted 25 Aug 1865 New York NY by Capt Lazille for 3 years, born Cork Ireland, 21 years, moulder, blue eyes, brown hair, fair complexion, 5’6”, 14 Inf F coy, 23 Inf A coy, des’t’d Dec 9/65 enlisted Oct 22/72 in Co ‘A’ 23 Inf under same name. Servd Dec 8/73 under G.O. 102 AGO ’73 Enlt in 23 Inf cancelled; restored to duty without trial, & Transfrd to co ‘A’ 23 Inf to conc balance of original enlistment. Dischg’d Aug 24/76 exp of service at Ft Hartauff Nb, a pvt

Thomas Treacy, enlisted 22 Oct 1872 San Francisco California by Capt Brady for 5 years, born Cork Ireland, 25 years, labourer, l blue eyes, brown hair, light complexion, 5’8.75”, 23 Inf A coy, Deserted April 13? 73 Apph’d April 15 73. Enlistment cancelled? Servd Dec 8/73 as Dis from F 13 Inf

Thomas Treacy, enlisted 1 Feb 1877 San Francisco California by Maj Brech for 5 years, born Cork Ireland, 29 years, moulder, blue eyes, bro hair, ruddy complexion, 5’7”, 6 Cav I coy, deserted Feby 4 1877

 

29 January 1866 Cork Examiner

... Margaret Tracy was dismissed, as the Constable or Bennett could not awear it was a brothel. Constable Hoaford said succeeded in getting all those women out of tbe ...

 

22 February 1866 (FJ) The Fenian Movement

Arrests in the South...Cork...Charleville...Liscarrol...Fremont...The police, in the first instance, had set out in search of a man named Tracey, sometime a sergeant in the American service, who had lately come from America to this country. He had decamped, having no doubt, got wind of the intended arrest.

22 February 1866 Cork Examiner

Arrests Near Charleville... named Treacy, who had only been a month home from America, had been a sergeant in the Federal army, and appeared to have recently been promoted to other rank. ...

 

November 24, 1866 (FJ) The Seizure of Arms in Cork

...proceeding to the establishment of Mr. John Daly, Grand Parade, and there arrested a young man named James Treacey, who was an assistant in the establishment. The prisoner is about 25 years of age, of tall and athletic appearance, with black moustache and slight whiskers. He came from the county Limerick.

24 November 1866 (N) Fenian Rifles in Cork

...two cases [containing 80 rifles, bayonets and bullet moulds] brought by the Liverpool steamer...A young man named Tracy, in the employment of John Daly and Co. of this city, was arrested here to-day. The two cases of rifles seized...were consigned to the address of the above named firm - Cork Examiner

November 1866 Cork Examiner

A man named Tracy, in the employment of John Daly and Co., of this city, was arrested here to-day. The two cases [of 80 rifles] seized by the police this morning were consigned to the address of the above-named firm.

1 December 1866 (N) Arrests and Seizures
Cork...James Treacy, the young man who was arrested on Thursday, after the seizure of arms, was brought up at the police-office on Saturday morning, and admitted to bail, finding two of £25 each, and giving his personal security in the sum of £50, after which he was discharged. - Cork Examiner
21 January 1867, Evening Post, Volume II, Issue 293, Page 2

Fenianism in Ireland

…A person named Tracey, in the employment of Daly and Co., of Cork, has been arrested…[re-arrested?]

 

1866-1914 Dog Licence Registers of Ireland

- Alphabetical

- by County

 

February 1867 Election in Cork

...present...Joseph E Tracy...William Tracy...

 

February 1867 Fenian Movement in Kerry

...Mr. Matthew Tracy [of Cappoquin Waterford?], the reporter of the Cork Herald, tried to telegraph that there was disaffection among the troops. The RM stopped the telegraph and arrested Tracy...

Question.HC Deb 01 March 1867 vol 185 cc1233-4

LORD NAAS Sir, on the 20th of February a telegram was taken to the telegraph clerk at Killarney to this effect— Rumoured disaffection of troops. Officers heard men singing songs with civilians. Removed by police. Military sent to quarters. Fourteen soldiers missing this morning. A wire cut last night at Cluanmullane. I need hardly assure the House that with the exception of the last—the cutting of the telegraph wire—the whole was entirely false. On this message being taken to the magistrates by the person charged with the conduct of the telegraph at Killarney, the magistrates thought it their duty to order the arrest of the person who was proved to have sent the telegram. It turned out that the gentleman's name was Tracey, and that he was a reporter of the Cork Herald. The magistrates considered that this person, in sending this message, had been guilty of a very serious offence against the law of the land; and they committed him to take his trial at the ensuing assizes. Bail, however, was offered on his part and accepted. As the trial is pending, and as this gentleman has given notice of his intention to take action at law against the magistrates for false imprisonment, I am sure the House will feel that I should exceed my duty if I expressed any opinion on the transaction.

March 09, 1867 Nation 

Mr. Tracy of the Cork Herald, is in a position to mediate with advantage upon what Louis Veuillot has written in 'Le Parfum de Rome' about the electric telegraph. "On both sides of the railway (he says) are ...

7 February 1868 (FJ) Matthew Tracy V. David J. Cruice RM

The action is brought by Mr. Matthew Tracy, a reported on the Cork Daily Herald against the RM of Killarney for false imprisonment. Damages were laid at £1000...[RM] inquired from him if he were related to a man named James Tracy who had been arrested some time before. He said not...

7-8 February 1868 Cork Examiner

... Matthew Tracy v. Daniel Cruice, R.M. was an action/or false imprisonment, in which the damages were laid at £1,000. The plaintiff is a member of the reporting staff ...

... by Mr. Tracy against Mr. Cruise, R.M., for false imprisonment, terminated yesterday, the jury returning a verdict for the plaintiff— £'150 damages and costs. The ...

10 February 1868 (FJ)

...verdict for the plaintiff for £150...correspondant of the Cork Herald in Kerry...

Letters and Leaders of my Day T. M. Healy, K. C.

Father Tracy's brother, Mat, a reporter on the Cork Examiner, was a "character." He was dispatched during the Fenian Rising of 1867 in Kerry by its owner, J. F. Maguire (M.P for Dungarvan), to report events. Mat, equipped with a musket plus a lead-pencil, set forth and was speedily arrested. Telegraphic communication between England and Ireland was then in its infancy, and the Government had no details of Mat's activities. Maguire, in his reporter's bona fides, demanded in the House of Commons satisfaction for his arrest from Lord Naas, the Chief Secretary of the day. That nobleman (afterwards Lord Mayo, the murdered Indian Viceroy) effused in apology, and agreed that the arrest was an infringement of the "liberty of the Press." Maguire urged that compensation should be paid. Lord Naas concurred. Whether £100 or £500 was given, it was too much for Mat. Friends gathered round him night after night, to enjoy his compensation and hospitality. At the end of his jovial evenings he would raise his glass in pathetic self-pity, crying, "Ah, boys! The British Government has been the ruin of me!"

7 November 1876 (FJ) Death

Tracy - February 3, at the residence of his brother-in-law, Mr. Barry, South Main-street, Cork, Mr. Matthew Tracy for many years connected with the Cork Examiner.

Aug 29, 1928 (IT) Ireland Past and present

..."In '67 at the time of the Fenian rising, the Cork Examiner senat a man down to Kerry to 'do the rising'. The man whose name was Matt Tracey, went down armed with a lead pencil and a rifle, and was at once taken into custody - most unjustly - I need hardly say. The owner of the examiner, Mr. John Francis Maguire, was in Parliament, and denounced this invasion of the liberty of the press...Lord Mayo...promised that a sum of £500 would be paid to Mr. Tracey...

 

June 10, 1905 The Irish standard (Minneapolis, Minn.)

James F. X. O'Brien [MP for Cork], Whose Death Occurred in Ireland....in a speech delivered in London a few months ago, and which The Gaelic American published at the time, told the story of the capture of the Ballyknocken police barracks [near Mallow Co Cork on the March 5 1867], and frankly gave the credit that was due them to [William Mackey] Lomasney and [Michael] O'Brien [who was afterwards hanged for participation in the Manchester rescue]. With O'Brien's party on that night were also the late Captain James S. Treacy [born Gibbinstown, Co. Limerick] of New York, John Coughlan, whose grave in Washington was decorated last Sunday, and Professor Edward O'Mahony of New York...

 

1867

The premises are held under lease dated the 3rd day of July 1847...and also a large dwelling house fronting Merchant's quay, lately held by William Tracy, with a small back yard to the rere thereof...in the parish of Holy Trinity and City of Cork...

 

March 1868 Protestant Defence Association, Cork

...present...Charles Tracy...

 

25 March 1868 SS Colorado
Liverpool, England via Queenstown, Ireland to New York
Maria Treasy, 22, F, Spin, Ireland, U.S.A., Steerage

 

April 04, 1868 Nation 

Preliminary Notice - We beg to announce that we have been declared the Purchaser by Tender (for cash) of the Stock of Mr. Tracy, Wholesale Draper, Cork, at a Discount of...

4 April 1868 (N) Preliminary Notice

...declared the purchaser by Tender (for Cash) of the stock of Mr. Tracy, wholesale draper, Cork...

 

21 April 1868 Cork Examiner

... per John Tracy, Friar's-walk

23 April 1868 (FJ) [Cork]

...John Tracy, Friar's Walk 10s...

2 May 1868 (N) Fund in Aid of Mrs. Captain Mackey

...Joseph E. Tracey, Greenville House...John Tracey, Friar's Walk...

November 1876 Cork Municipal Elections

...West - outgoing councillors...John Edward Tracy (Liberal) ...for re-election...South - candidates...John Tracy, Friar's-walk (Liberal)...

December 1876 Cork Municipal Elections...Tracy (Liberal) for South Ward elected

15 May 1880 (N) Departure of Mr. Davitt for America

Cork Herald...platform...J. Tracy, T.C...

25 May 1877 (FJ) Jubilee of Pope

...John Tracey, TC, do [Cork]...

August 1877/1878 Cork Corporation

Law and Finance Committee...Mr. J. Treacy...

Commission on Municipal Boundaries

Cork Jan 7 1879 - Evidence of John Tracey, member of the Corporation, South Ward, Cork

September 1879 Boys Junior Grade - Intermediate Examinations

James Joseph Tracy, 18 Friar's Walk, Cork

1879 General U.S. Grant

It may be interesting to notice the contrast between the generous welcome extended to General Grant by the people of Dublin, and the uncalled-for and spiteful slight aimed at him by a clique of the Cork City Council, as showing to what lengths sectional and religious agitation are sometimes carried. The United States Consul at Cork addressed a letter to the Council, announcing that Grant would probably arrive in Cork within a few days. Mr. Tracy, a nationalist, proposed at the Council meeting that the letter should simply be marked "read," and that no action should be taken...

Mr. Barry, an extreme nationalist, said the ex-President had insulted the Irish people in America. He got up the "No Popery" cry there.

Mr. Tracy said it would be unbecoming for the Catholic constituency of Cork to welcome such a man. It would be ungenerous to refuse him hospitality if he deserved it, but he saw nothing in General Grant's career that called for sympathy from the Irish nation. He never thought of the Irish race as he thought of others, and he went out of his way to insult their religion.

L. T. (Loomis T.) Palmer. The life of General U.S. Grant, his early life, military achievements, and history of his civil administration, his sickness and death, together with his tour around the world ...

June 1, 1880 The Irish Builder

The Town Council of Cork met on Tuesday...Mr. Treacy said it appeared to him that the committee had entered into this matter with great haste, and they never considered what was the expenditure in connection with the engineering of the city for the past two years. Were they to continue in the same groove? If they were, he would prophesy that the engineering expenditure for the next year would be £3,000, and how were the citizens to hear such a heavy burden for one of the departments of the Corporation? He was very much afraid that Mr. O'Keefe had been led away by the advice of his friends. Mr. O'Keeffe, if he had taken up and completed the Anglesea Bridge as he promised when seeking his present appointment, would have saved £1,200 or £1,500 to the citizens…

October 1880 Cork Land League

...present...J. Tracey, T.C...

9 April 1881 (N) Cork

...deputation...Messrs. J. Tracey, T.C...

November 1884 Municipal Elections

Cork, South Ward...J. Tracey (L) 85...

 

25 September 1868 Cork Examiner

To The Electors Of The County Of Cork... Maurice Tracey, Coolavota....

 

1868 The Irish Law Times and Solicitors' Journal Page 326

... on £2458 a Treacy, Denis, of Great George's- street, Cork, woollen draper, Dividend of 4s. ld. in the Daring Lark'm ...

1868 Bankrupt Case

Denis Treacy, Cork, Adjourned final examination, audit and dividend, solicitor Larkin

 

1868 Victoria Police Gazette

Information is requested respecting John Tracy (or Tracey), from Ballinahinch, co. Tipperary, formerly in the police force in Cork, thence transferred to Limerick. He afterwards came to Australia, where he is likely to have joined some force.-29th January, 1868.

 

14 April 1869 (FJ)

Wanted a competent Man to make Sales and conduct our Mantle Department; also a first-class Saleswoman to assist him; references required from first-class houses. Address W Treacy and Co, Cork.

 

17 May 1869 Cork Examiner

South ward...Patrick Tracey...

 

19 July 1869 Cork Examiner

... Edward Tracey, compensation for the wilful and malicious burning and destroying the greater part of a wood at Dromiddy [Driminidy] North, parish of Drinagh, [West Cork] on the night of ...

 

26 July 1869 Cork Examiner

Cork Summer Assizes... Patrick Treacy, clerk at the Distiliery deposed to the delivery from that d lery 0 f .|, e fifteen casks. Got a permit for each. Addressed each cast with card ...

 

5 August 1869  Cork Examiner

... by John Tracy, labourer, residing at Queenstown, and which went to say that, about 12 o'clock on the night the 3rd Augnst, '69, the defendant was in the street near ...

 

1870

1. William Tracey, 45 Great Georges Street, parish of The Holy trinity, City of Cork, £62 rent, yearly tenant

 

1871 British Census

Henry Tracey , Head, 34, b. 1837 Cork Ireland, moulder, Winton Barton Upon Irwell Lancashire

Elizabeth Tracey , Wife, 28, b. 1843 Greenock Scotland, Winton Barton Upon Irwell Lancashire

Henry Tracey , Son, 11, b. 1860 Greenock Scotland, Winton Barton Upon Irwell Lancashire

Margaret Tracey , Daughter, 9, b. 1862 Greenock Scotland, Winton Barton Upon Irwell Lancashire

John Tracey , Son, 5, b. 1866 Edimburgh Scotland, Winton Barton Upon Irwell Lancashire

Nancy Tracey , Daughter, 2, b. 1869 Patricroft, Winton Barton Upon Irwell Lancashire

Elizabeth McFin [Macfee], Mother-in-law, 72, b. 1799 Greenock Scotland, Winton Barton Upon Irwell Lancashire

Elizabeth Tracey, b. abt 1855 Cork Ireland, London England

George Tracy, b. abt 1831 Cork Ireland, London England

Margaret Tracy, b. abt 1825 Cork Ireland, Surrey England

Richard E Tracey, b. abt 1838 Cork Ireland, Royal Navy England

John Tracey, head, 24, b. 1847 London Middlesex Cork, Cardiff (St John) Glamorganshire, Wales

John Tracy , Head, M, 28, b. 1843 Gallow [Galway] Ireland, labourer, Howard Street Liverpool Lancashire

Elizabeth Tracy , Wife, F, 28, b. 1843 Cork Ireland, Howard Street Liverpool Lancashire

John T Tracy , Son, M, 3, b. 1868 London, Howard Street Liverpool Lancashire

William H Tracy , Son, M, 1, b.1870 Manchester, Howard Street Liverpool Lancashire

 

April 22, 1872 SS Wyoming
Liverpool and Queenstown to New York
Mary Treacy, 18, F, Spin, Ireland, United States, Steerage

 

1872 – 1915 Ireland's Royal Garrison Artillery

John Tracey, St. Annes, Cork, Co. Cork. WO96/1322

 

1873-5 (107/19) O’Flynn Exham Solicitors Papers

c.1874-5 (107/19)

Jackson v Treacy. Index, undated

2 Apr. 1873 (128/7/2)

Letter from John Naish, 5 Fitzgibbon St. Dublin to an unknown re. Jackson v Treacy. It contains advice for Jackson

3 May, 1873 (117/32)

Jackson, Ahanisk v Treacy, Coolavota [Lisheenowen, Kanturk]. Evidence of Sampson Towgood Wynne French, Receiver, undated. He was discharged by Chancery on

16 May, 1873 (128/7/4)

Jackson, Ahanisk v Treacy, Coolavota. Copy defence

12 June, 1873 (128/7/10)

Queen’s Bench. Jackson v Treacy. Affidavit of sevice of notice. Affidavit of David Wilkie, 54 Marlboro St. Dublin, law clerk sworn in Office of Hugh Lane, High Court,17/7/1873. Signature.

5 July, 1873 (128/7/9)

Jackson, Ahanisk v Treacy, Coolavota. Notice of Trial for Assizes

19 July, 1873 (128/7/14)

Queen’s Bench. Jackson, Ahanisk v Treacy, Coolavota et al. Costs of defending Ejectment on Title from attorneys on behalf of the Defendant, Norry Brien, Coolavota to be taxed in pursuance of Rule or order of 19 July, 1873 as between attorney and client, £15-15-3. Norry Brien’s attorney is Henry Harte Barry, Kanturk and she consents that judgement be given

July 1873 (128/7/15)

Jackson, Ahanisk v Treacy, Coolavota et al. Draft warrant of attorney. Norry Brien’s authorisation to Henry Harte Barry

July 1873 (128/7/17)

Queen’s Bench. Jackson, Ahanisk v Treacy, Coolavota et al. Copy consent for judgement of Norry Brien, her mark attached

2 Aug. 1873 (128/7/19)

Queen’s Bench. Jackson v Treacy and others. Writ of Habere Facias Possesionem for the lands of Coolavota issued in the name of Her Majesty and directed to the Sheriff of Co. Cork. W.R. Coppinger, solicitor for the Plaintiff

24 Oct. 1873 (94/26)

William Oliver Jackson, plaintiff v Michael Treacy & others, defendants. Queen’s Bench. Her Majesty’s Writ of Habere Facias Possessionem directed to the sheriff, Co. Cork. Notice from W.R. Coppinger & son, 58 South Mall, Cork, attorney for the plaintiff, that writ for the re-possession of the lands of Drumanurgh otherwise called Lisheenowen, Knapogue and Knockfadda, being three subdemoniations of the lands of Coolavota, will be executed within 48 hours. To Mr.Timothy Linehan, Relieving Officer of the Electoral Division of the Union of Bawn Cross, Ballinaguilla, Freemount, Charleville

10 Nov. 1873 (105/8)

Maurice Tracey, Coolavota, tenant v William Oiver Jackson, Ahanisk near Midleton. Copy notice of claim under 1870 Act

7 Dec. 1873 (120/9)

Land Act, 1870. Landlord’s notice of dispute of the whole claim. Maurice Treacy, Coolavota, Barony of Duhallow, claimant v William O. Jackson, Ahanisk, Midleton, respondent. ‘Served Daniel Charles Bastable, Kanturk, solicitor, for the claimant,1/12/1873’. W.R. Coppinger, solicitor for the respondent

19 Dec. 1873 (135/34)

Queen’s Bench. First judgement. Jackson v Treacy, Coolavota et al. From Dublin

1873 (107/16)

Queen’s Bench. W.O. Jackson v Maurice Treacy, David Graddy, Cornelius Graddy, Michael O’Brien. Copy affidavit of Michael Healy, John Hayes, Denis Nunan, & Eugene Finn. W.R. Coppinger, solr. For many years, a number of farmers were tenants unto Dr. Eugene Finn. When his lease expired, a Receiver, French was appointed over the lands by the Court of Chancery. They dispute the cliam of the Jacksons to be their landlords and describe what happened, undated

7 Jan. 1874 (150/25)

Queen’s Bench. Second judgement. Jackson, Ahanesk, Midleton, landlord v Treacy, Coolavota, Duhallow, tenant and others. Dublin on

14 Jan. 1874 (107/11)

Queen’s Bench. Jackson, Ahanisk v Treacy, Coolavota & ors. Renewal of Her Majesty’s writ of Habere Facias Possesionem. Part of the lands of Drumeenageerigh otherwise called Lisheenowen, Knopogue and Knockfadda, sub-denominations of the lands of Coolavota. Draft affidavit of service

Jan. 1874 (146/7 Bundle)

Jackson, Ahanesk, Midleton v Treacy, Coolavota, Duhallow et al

2 Feb. 1874 (107/18)

Jackson v Treacy et al. Draft writ of summons and plaint in ejectment. W.R. Coppinger, solr. Victoria to the said Maurice.

2 Feb. 1874 (129/1)

Common Pleas. County Cork Spring Assizes 1874. Before a special jury. Jackson, Ahanisk near Midleton v Treacy, Coolavota, Barony of Duhallow and others. Brief on behalf of the Plaintiff on Trial pursuant to annexed notice. For Henry O’Hea, fee and consulation £6-6-0, ‘with you’ / James Murphy, William M. Johnson, Gerald Fitzgibbon. W.R. Coppinger, solr.

2 Feb. 1874 (129/2)

Common Pleas. County Cork Spring Assizes 1874. Before a special jury. Jackson, Ahanisk v Treacy, Coolavota. Brief on behalf of the Plaintiff on trial pursuant to annexed notice. For Gerald Fitzgibbon, fee £9-9-0 with James Murphy, W.M.

Johnson, Henry O’Hea

2 Feb. 1874 (129/3)

Common Pleas. County Cork Spring Assizes 1874. Before a special jury. Jackson, Ahanisk v Treacy, Coolavota. Brief on behalf of Plaintiff on trial pursuant to annexed notice. For James Murphy, fee £9-9-0 in total with W.M. Johnson, Gerald Fitzgibbon, Henry O’Hea

20 Feb. 1874 (107/12)

Jackson v Treacy et al. Copy defence

25 Feb. 1874 (107/13)

Common Pleas. Jackson to Treacy. Abstract for Nisi Prius.

26 Feb. 1874 (84/3)

Common Pleas. W.O. Jackson v M. Tracy et al. Copy/Counsel’s direction of plaintiff’s proofs and observations in reply thereto

26 Feb. 1874 (150/28)

Common Pleas. Jackson, Ahanesk, Midleton v Treacy, Coolavota, Duhallow and others, Coolavota. Lease for direction of the Plaintiff’s proofs. For W.M. Johnson, Q.C.

28 Feb. 1874 (139/8)

Queen’s Bench. Jackson v Treacy & ors. Lisheenowen, Coolavota, Barony of Duhallow. Attested copy of Defendants’ affidavit

Feb. 1874 (119/5 Bundle)

Common Pleas. County Cork Spring Assizes 1874 before a special jury. Jackson, Ahanesk, Midleton v Treacy and others, Coolavota. Brief on behalf of plaintiff on trial pursuant to annexed notice. For William M. Johnson, Q.C. / fee £7-7-0

4 Mar. 1874 (107/14)

Jackson v Treacy. Draft evidence

4 Mar. 1874 (89/22)

Common Pleas. Jackson, pltf. v Treacy, deft. Notice to defendant’s solicitor, John Moriarty, to produce rent account books of estate from 1760 together with other letters. Coppinger, solr. for plaintiff

7 May, 1874 (135/25)

William Oliver Jackson, Ahanesk, Midleton, plaintiff v Maurice Treacy, David Graddy, Cornelius Graddy, Michael O’Brien and others, Coolavota, defts. Writ of Habere Facias Possessionem as issued from Common Pleas was directed to the Sheriff of County Cork on 21 April 1874 for recovery of the lands of Drumanageerigh, otherwise, called Lisheenowen, Knopogue and Knockfadda, being three subdenominations of Coolavota. Acreages of various holdings detailed. Notice from W.R. Coppinger & son, 11 Dame St. Dublin, attorney for the Plaintiff to Mr. Timothy Linehan, Relieving Officer of the Electoral Division of Bawn Cross, Ballynaguila, Freemount, Charleville

23 Aug. 1874 (120/8)

Court of Common Pleas. Jackson, Ahanisk v Treacy, Coolavota. Draft affidavit of Maurice Sullivan, James Graddy, Michael Healy, John Hayes, Denis Nunan, Eugene Finn, John Kelleher & Denis Carroll, Coolavota, farmers

1875 (84/20 Bundle)

Correspondence of W.R. Coppinger, solr. Landlord & Tenant Act, 1870. Treacy, Coolavota, tenant v Wm. O. Jackson, Ahanisk near Midleton, landlord. Notice of hearing claim.

[1870s] (30/39)

Fragment of a letter to Coppinger re. Jackson v Treacy et al

Cork City and County Archives http://www.corkarchives.ie/media/U229web.pdf

 

5 May 1873 SS Nevada [see Clare]
Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland to New York
Mrs Julia G Treacy/Tracy, 20 F, Lady, Ireland, Steerage

Pat Treacy, 25 M, Labourer, Ireland, Steerage

 

July 1873 Blackrock Regatta, Cork

W. Tracey, Esq., Officer of the day [of Dublin?]

 

April 20, 1874 SS China
Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland to New York
Edward Tracy, 34, Male, Labourer, Ireland

 

Otago to Otago, NZ 28 Aug 1874 (assisted emigration)

Ann Treacy, 25 years, Dressmaker, Single of Cork

 

5 December 1874 (N)

On the 17th of last May, in the college chapel of the Caraga in the centre of Minas Geraes, the ordination as a priest of Harold de Tracy de Camarzo de Prado and Dauntre. He is the great grandson of William Daunt, Esq., of Kilcaskan Castle, in the county Cork. He will act as curate in the parish of the Holy Cross, in his native city of Campinas - Communication [Brazil]

12 March 1887 (N) Irish Exiles in Brazil

Advices from Brazil have brought us the sad news of the death at Campinas, on 20th November last, of the virtuous and learned priest, Father Harold de Tracy de Camaryo do Prado e Dauntre, eldest son of Richard Gumbleton Daunt, Esq., M.D. Edin. He fell a victim to pulmonary disease, neglected in its commencement owing to his too great dedication to his pastoral duties as Vicar of the Parish of St. John de Capivavy...

 

23 October 1875 (FJ) The Butt Testimonial

...The Parish of Effin, Charleville...J. Treacy...5s

 

1875

D. Treacy, 44 Chapel Lane, Cork

John Tracey, Friars Walk, Cork.

Mary Francis Cusack (1875) A History of the City and County of Cork

 

June 1876 Post Office

...Mr. John Tracy, [letter sorter GPO]...Miss Scully of Macroom, Co. Cork...

 

February 1876 Manchester Strangeways Prison

Thomas Tracey, 40 years, b. 1836 Cork

 

30th Sept 1876 Major Ferry Boat Accident at Ferrypoint

Thirteen people lost their lives in the last major ferry boat accident between Youghal and Ferrypoint which occurred on Saturday 30th September 1876...John Tracy/Treacy from Aglish...

http://www.kinsalebeg.com/chapters/events/events.html

October 1876 Terrible Boating Catastrope

Ferry boat at Youghal...The names of those missing are...John Tracy...

6th October 1876 Monmouthshire Merlin

The Terrible Boat Accident At Youghal. Fourteen Lives Lost. The ferry boat swamped at Youghal, on Saturday evening, was an open craft of three tons burthen, rowed by four oars. There were 22 passengers on boafrd besides the boatmen, the passengers being all farmers and their wives returning from market in Youghal...The names of the drowned are: Patrick Keane, Miohael Keane, Richard Staunton, Ellen Budds, Margaret Foley, John Treacy, Robert Wynne, Mary Keane, Julia Curry, John Shanahan, Mary Carroll, and the boatmen Davite, Mahony, and William Carty.

 

1876 Landowners in Ireland (over 1 acre)

Declan Tracy, Piltown, Youghal, Waterford. 453a/0r/0p. £537.0.0

Joseph E. Tracy, Cork. 389a/1r/0p. £322.5.0

William A. Treacy, 78a/1r/15p. £71.10.0

 

13 December 1877 (FJ) Cork

Poor Law Guardians...D. Tracy...

 

24 April 1878 (FJ) Aggrigate Education Meeting

DJ Treacy, Solicitor, Lurgan

Joseph Edward Treacy, Cork

 

20 May 1878 (FJ) The Revival of Monasticism in scotland

...J. Tracey, Esq., Cork £1...

 

February 1879 London Gazette

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

Patrick Walsh & Margaret Treacy, Mrs., Rathclare, Buttervant

Margaret Treacy, Mrs., Rathclare, Buttervant (1880 to 1881)

 

February 1880 Death

A man named John Tracey died at the South Infirmary Cork while under the influence of chloroform. The deceased was about to be operated on for a dislocation of the hip joint and after the chloroform was applied he died. This is a very rare occurrence. The deceased was about fifty-six.

 

19 May 1880 SS City of New York
Liverpool, England via Queenstown, Ireland to New York
Honora Tracy, 22, F, Spinster Ireland US Steerage

 

17 May 1880 SS Arizona
Liverpool, England via Queenstown, Ireland to New York
10 Margaret Tracy 20 F spinster Ireland  US of Am. Steerage

 

15 October 1880 Freeman's Journal

Examinations... Edward P Treacy, Ciaisianu schools, Cork

 

1880 Inspector of Reformatory Schools of Ireland

St. Patrick's Reformatory School for Roman Catholic Boys, Co. Cork. Inspected 15/2/1879 and 18/5/1879

In my report of 1878...he has engaged Mr. Thomas Tracy (late Head-constable, R.I.C.) to act as agent for the Reformatory in Cork. Mr. Tracy is supplied with a list of boys on licence, and it is his duty to visit them from time to time, and to assist them with advice, and when necessary with food, money and clothes...

 

The Cork Examiner, 27 May 1881

There is a most attractive display of the latest fashions in the Millinery Department this week at Treacy and Co.'s, 56 and 57, Patrick Street. The Ladies' Straw Hats are in great variety. There is also a special sale of Ladie's Kid Gloves.

 

1881 English Census (LDS)

Ellen Tracey, Sister, Single, F, 40, Housekeeper (Dom), Cork; 33 Owlerton, Nether Hallam, Yorlshire.

Mary Roach, Head, Widow, F, 57, Charwoman, Cork

Edward Tracey, Head, Married, M, 42, Labourer, Limerick; 24 Orcus St, Middlesex

Mary Tracey, Wife, Married, F, 36, Cork; 24 Orcus St, Middlesex

Honour Tracey, Daughter, Single, F, 11, Marylebone, Middlesex

Patrick Tracey, Son, Single, M, 8, Middlesex

Ellen Tracey, Daughter, Single, F, 6, Middlesex

Mary Tracey, Daughter, Single, F, 2, Middlesex

Henry Tracey, 40 years, born Cork, Iron Moulder, 51 Lincoln St Barton Upon Irwell Lanc

Elizabeth, 38 years, born Greenrock Scotland, wife

Henry, 21 years, born Greenrock Scotland, son, single, Labourer in Iron Works

John, 15 years, born Edinburgh Scotland, son, Cotton Doffer

Mary, 12 years, born Barton Lanc, daughter

Archibald, 4 years, born Barton, son

Ruth, 1 year, born Barton, daughter

James M Tracey, 23 years, born Cork, single, Commercial Clerk (Ship Owner), 9 Berkley Gard London Middlesex RG11/0025 Folio 19 Page 31 [see Treacys of Ballymena Antrim]

            Agnes G Tracey, 19 years, born Westport, single, scholar, 9 Berkeley Gard London Middlesex RG11/0025 Folio 19 Page 31  [sister]

James Tracy, 65 years, born Charleville Coy Cork, Domestic Cooper, 9 Molyneux St Chorlton on Medlock Lanc

Mary, 64 years, born Charleville Coy Cork, wife, Dressmaker

Elizabeth, 26 years, born Rathkale Coy Limerick, single, Dressmaker

Ellen, 25 years, born Rathkale Coy Limerick, single, Dressmaker

Margaret, 22 years, born Rathkale Coy Limerick, single, Dressmaker

John, 20 years, born Rathkale Coy Limerick, single, House Joiner

John Tracey, 64 years, born Cork, widow, inmate, Labourer, Liverpool Workhouse Brownlow Hill Lanc

John Tracy, Head, Married, M, 39, Labourer; 17 Freemasons Row, Liverpool, Lancashire

Elizabeth Tracy, Wife, Married, F, 38, Seamstress, Cork

John Tracy, Son, Single, M, 13, Scholar, London, London, Middlesex

Mary Ann Tracy, 14 years, born Cork, single, domestic servant, 24 Thomaston St Kirkdale Lanc

Patrick Tracey, Head, Married, M, 40, R Way Laborer, Galway; 7 North St, Stroke-on-trent, Staffordshire

Ann Tracey, Wife, Married, F, 32, Cork

Ellen Tracey, Daughter, Single, F, 10, Scholar, Stoke, Staffordshire

Edw Tracey, Son, Single, M, 6, Scholar, Stoke, Staffordshire

Mary Tracey, Daughter, Single, F, 3, , Stoke, Staffordshire

Thomas Treacy, 52 years, born Trichinopoly (BS) East Indies, married, merchants clerk, 15 Rosamuns St Kingston-upon-Hull York

Hannah M, 36 years, born Cork, wife

Mark J, 17 years, born Killarney, son

Emma, 16 years, born Taunton Somerset, daughter

Louisa M, 14 years, born Curragh Camp, daughter

Alice M, 10 years, born Hull York, daughter

Thomas F, 8 years, born Hull York, son

Albert H, 6 years, born Hull York, son

Alfred E, 3 years, born Hull York, son

Thomas Tracy, Head, Married, M, 55, Pensioner Rl Marines Seamans Outfitter Tailor; No 7 Wickham St, Portsea, Hampshire

Ellen Tracy, Wife, Married, F, 39, Seamans Outfitte, Cork

Michael Tracy, Son, Single, M, 22, Seamans Outfitte Assistant, Hampshire

Ellen Tracy, Daughter, Single, F, 20, Seamans Outfitte Assistant, Hampshire

Thomas Tracy, Son, Single, M, 16, Seamans Outfitte Assistant, Hampshire

 

1882 Irish Exhibition of Arts and Manufactures

A M Treacy, Miss, Naas, 1

Edward Treacy, Main street Birr, 5

John Tracy, Cork, 912 Tanned and Curried Leather.

M Tracy, Rickardstown, Nurney, Co. Kildare 1

Maria Tracy, Tullow street, carlow 2

Michael Treacy and Thomas Hall Lucan, 1

Thomas Tracy, Mary street, Galway, 3

 

1882-83 Report of President of Queen's College, Cork

Faculty of Arts, In Science, First year, James Tracey

James Tracey, scholarship Arts Sc. 1st year, 1882-83

1883 Report of President of Queen's College, Cork

James J. Tracy, Latin 2nd place prize

James J. Tracy, French (Senior Division) 1st place prize

Royal University Queen's College Cork

October 1883 to 1884 Matricuulated Students, First year, Jas. J. Tracy

September 1884 Royal University of Ireland

First Examination...James J. Tracy, Queen's College, Cork...

1884 [C.4182] The report of the President of Queen's College, Cork, for the academic session 1883-84

Second Year...James J. Tracy...Latin (senior Division) 1. prize...French (Senior Division) 2. Prize...Logic 1. prize...

1884-5 Reports of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into certain matters affecting the well-being and efficiency of the Queen's Colleges in Ireland

List of Matriculated Students...First University Examination in Arts [and Medicine] - James J. Tracy

Students...who had passed the Senior Grade Intermediate Examination before entering those colleges - J.J. Tracy, Pass 88, S [Schohar]

Minutes of Evidence 2104 - I find his name (I may be wrong, but I can be corrected) on the matriculation list of the Royal University for October 1883, and he got a scholarship here at enterence for October 1882. I therefore take it that when entering himself for matriculation at the Royal University he was a science scholar of one year's standing at this college, and I find that his name does not appear on the list of honour students at matriculation. His name is James J. Tracy, the last on the list? - He is perfectly entitled to do this.

1884-85 Commissioners to inquire into Well-Being and Efficiency of Queen's Colleges

James J. Tracey, 1st year's Arts Scholarship, double, 1882 date of scholarship, £24 value, fee £3/10/0, 1 year scholarship

1884-85 Report of President of Queen's College, Cork

Faculty of Medicine - Names of Scholars and Exhibitioners

First Year, In Science, James Joseph Tracy

July 1886 Royal University of Ireland

Second Examination...James J. Tracy, Queen's College, Cork and private study...

1887 [C.5203] The report of the President of Queen's College, Cork

Faculty of Medicine...Practical Chemistry...3. Tracy, James J, Prize...Materia Medica...3. Tracy, James J., Prize...

1887 Queen's University, Cork.

The following prizes have been awarded for the past session...Materia Medica...J.J. Tracey, third...Practical Chemistry...J.J. Tracey, third...Anatomy and Physiology...Second Year...J. Tracey, third...

The British Medical Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1377 (May 21, 1887), p. 1127

October 1887 The Royal University

...Second Examination in Medicine...Upper Pass...James J. Tracy, Queens College, Cork...

1888-9 Report of President of Queen's College, Cork

Third Examination in Medicine, Honours 1888, Autumn, James J. Tracy, Upper pass

Exhibitioners, Practical Surgery, J.J. Tracy

1890 Royal University of Ireland: ninth report

Batchelor of Medicine, & Surgery, & Obstetrics: James J. Tracy

May 1890 Royal University of Ireland

Conferred...M.B., B.Ch. and B.A...James J. Tracy...

1890-91 Report of President of Queen's College, Cork,

Students who obtained Honours 1890

Faculty of Medicine - Degrees of M.B. B.C.H. B.A.O. - Spring - James J. Tracey Upper Pass Division

12 Nov 1897 (BL) Curious case against a Doctor

...James Tracy...medical doctor, pratising in Cork...

Apr 2, 1898 (SS)

...Cork Spring Azzises...Dr. John Tracey...[had the husband of a patient arrested]...

Sep 10, 1898 (SS)

...Doctors Scanlan and Tracey, timed the beats...the heart being made to beat fast or slow at the will of the hypnotist.

18 October 1900, New Zealand Tablet, Volume XXVIII, Issue 42, Page 9

A Popular Medical Man. – The popularity and high-standing of Dr. James Tracey among his professional brethren in Cork City was shown in a warm address of appreciation and acknowledgement of services rendered the profession, drawn forth by Dr. Tracey being compelled to seek a milder climate owing to ill-health.

 

James J. Tracy, M.B., B.CH., B.A.O. (R.U.I.), Physician, Mercy Hospital, Cork. (1863-1901)

The medical profession in Cork has suffered a great loss by the death, at the early age of 38, of Dr. James J. Tracy, which occurred at his residence in Cork, on December 26th, 1901. His health had for some time caused anxiety to his friends, but no one thought the end so near.

He graduated in 1890 in the Royal University, Ireland, after a distinguished career in Queen's College, Cork, after which he practised for a short period in England. On returning to Cork he was appointed to the medical staff of the Mercy Hospital, first as Surgeon, but later he resigned this appointment for that of Physician. His medical skill was of a high order, and much appreciated by his colleagues and patients. His powers of diagnosis were quite exceptional, and his treatment of difficult cases showed a highly-trained and cultured intelligence. A meeting of the medical staff of the Mercy Hospital held on December 3oth passed the following resolution:

That we wish to place on record our sense of the irreparable loss the medical staff of the hospital have sustained by the death of our esteemed colleague, Dr. James J. Tracy.

He was honorary treasurer of the Cork Medical and Surgical Society for several years, and piloted the finances of that Society through a most critical period in a manner that secured to him the admiration and confidence of the members and this Society at a specially-convened meeting held on December 30th passed the following resolution:

That we, the members of the Cork Medical and Surgical Society, have learned with extreme regret of the untimely death of our able and valued colleague, Dr. Tracy, who acted as our Treasurer for many years, and who, devoted himself with untiring zeal of this interest s of this Society, as well as to those of the profession generally.

Although in failing health, his keen interest in the matters relating to his profession never flagged. He was present and joined in the discussions at a recent meeting of the Medical Society. Dr. Tracy was unmarried. The funeral took place on Saturday, December 28th, 1901, the large attendance of his colleagues and general public testifying to the esteem in which he was held.

 

Dr. Philip G. Lee (Cork) writes: I have had the pleasure of the closest intimacy with the late Dr. Tracy. Death has removed one whose opinion in matters regarding the professional side of our work I highly valued, but to my mind his great business capabilities were most clearly shown in the field of medical politics.

During the greater part of the now well-nigh historic "battle of the clubs" in Cork, he was my assistant in the secretaryship of the profession. He felt the great importance of this movement, and threw himself into the work with a will and earnestness. His clear mind showed him prepared for all the chances of the struggle, and without exception the course he advocated on the various points turned out the only proper one to pursue.

He had an emphatic manner, and in his honesty of purpose spared neither friend nor foe. When the acute phase of this contest had passed, he set himself to prepare rules for a medical benefit association, through which the patients of that class could return to the profession, and very successful has his scheme been. The medical officers have security, while the patients have all the benefits accruing from a benefit society. He lived to see the success of his work. The Committee of the Medical Benefit Society passed the following resolution on Friday, December 27th:

That we, the Committee of the Cork Medical Benefit Association, have heard with profound regret of the death of our esteemed colleague, Dr. James J. Tracy, who was one of the 'principal founders of our Association, and always took the greatest interest in its working, and we recognise that in him our Association has sustained an irreparable loss.

A fearless, upright practitioner, who ever did his duty according to his conscience, forgetful of all personal matters in-fulfilling that sense of duty, is a loss to the profession, not alone in his immediate vicinity, but to the whole medical profession. Dr. Tracy will long be missed by his colleagues' in Cork, and perhaps more especially by the writer.

11 January 1902. Obituary. British Medical Journal (BMJ)

 

James Joseph Tracy 26 Dec 1901 Camden Place Cork, MD, to Robert J. Tracy, accountant [sons of John Trac(e)y & Ellen Leahy?]

 

 

In March 1882, Ford was claiming the following outlets in Ireland -

S. Tracy, 13 Great Georges Street, Cork

Lane , Fintan (1997)The Origins of Modern Irish Socialism, 1881-1896

 

22 June 1883 Freeman's Journal

The Cork Exhibition ... John Treacy, both of Cork, and Mr. Richard Clear, of Bandon, will be prominent exhibitors in this department.

 

Civil Service Evidence of Age

Minnie Treacy, b. 1882, Donegal, Ireland

2 June 1908 London Gazette

Prison Service, Ireland: Assistant Matron, Minnie Treacy

1909 (326) Government Departments (Ireland).- General Prison Board

Minnie Treacy, 27 years, 1 year 2 months service, Assistant Matron [Cork?]

 

October 1883 Land League Meeting

Inniscarra 6 miles from Cork...present...John Treacy...

 

1883 Return of judicial rents

John Treacy of Carker Cork, landlord John W. Evans, 10a/0r/0p, poor valuation £1/0/0, old rent £3/16/5, new rent £2/15/0, by consent

 

Baltic, Liverpool & Queenstown to New York 24 April 1885

Bridget Treacy, 21, F, servant, Roscommon

Jane Tracey, 18, F, servant, Queenstown

 

July 1885 Berehaven

...umpire is Captain Tracy of the [HMS] Suitan...

 

17 October 1885 (N) Cork County Convention

...Rev J. Tracy, CC, Enniskean...

 

Republic, Liverpool & Queenstown to New York 14 Dec 1885

Michael Tracey, 27, M, labourer, Queenstown

 

1885 Return of judicial rents

Maurice Treacy of Ballymackibbott Cork, landlord Norman Uniacke, 93a/1r/0p, poor valuation £50/10/0, old rent £65/0/0, new rent £57/10/0

 

September 1886 Junior Grade

Table IV - Third Class Prizes (in books) value £1 have been award to...Robert Tracy, Christian Schools, Sullivan's quay, Cork...

 

 “Irish Marriages” extracted from the “Irish American” [see Declan Treacy of Waterford and Youghal Cork]

Week ending April 23, 1887

Tracey-Fitzgerald

March 21, by special license, at Cork.

M.G. Tracey, Bawnalog, Piltown, County Kilkenny, son of the late Declan Tracey, Esq., to Teresa Mary, daughter of the late Maurice Fitzgerald Esq., Rockview, Cloyne, County Cork.

(Michael Tracy/Treacy, Cork, 2nd Quarter 1887 Vol. 5, page 94 Marriages Register)

 

March 1888

On Monday the Master of the Rolls made ??? a conditional order made in February accepting the tender of Mrs Catherine Tracey, of Dublin, of £2800 for the purchase of the Fermoy Gas Works.

 

1888 Return of judicial rents

Julia Treacy and another of Monavarnogue Cork, landlord Sir Joseph N. McKenna, 69a/3r/3p, poor valuation £23/10/0, old rent £31/0/10, new rent £25/10/0

Julia Treacy of Monavarnogue Cork, landlord Sir Joseph N. McKenna, 60a/0r/0p, poor valuation £10/5/0, old rent £18/10/0, new rent £14/10/0, With right of grazing on 10 acres undivided.

Mary Treacy of Monavarnogue Cork, landlord Sir Joseph N. McKenna, 19a/1r/34p, poor valuation £9/15/0, old rent £12/5/0, new rent £9/2/6, With half undivided of 59 acres mountain.

Maurice Treacy (John) of Monavarnogue Cork, landlord Sir Joseph N. McKenna, 35a/1r/20p, poor valuation £16/10/0, old rent £17/0/0, new rent £17/0/0, With right of grazing on half of 59 acres undivided.

Thomas Treacy (Nicholas) of Monavarnogue Cork, landlord Sir Joseph N. McKenna, 43a/0r/0p, poor valuation £19/5/0, old rent £21/0/0, new rent £21/0/0, With half undivided on 59 acres.

 

City of Dresden
Date of Arrival 15 February 1889
Departing Queenstown, Ireland to Argentina

104  Tracy        John          18  s  labourer         l   3
105  Tracy        William       16  s  labourer         l   3
106  Tracy        Edward        14  s  labourer         l   3
507  Tracey       John J.       19  s  labourer         l  10
508  Tracey       William       17  s  labourer         l  10
509  Tracey       Edmund        16  s  labourer         l  11
538  Tracey       John          40  m  labourer         i  11
539  Tracey       Kate          40  m  servant          i  11
540  Tracey       Thomas        20  s  labourer         i  11
541  Tracey       Pat           18  d  labourer         i  11
542  Tracey       Kate          15  s  servant          l  11
543  Tracey       Johanna        9  s                   l  11

 

18 August 1890 SS Samaria

Liverpool, England via Queenstown, Ireland to Boston

192  Catherine Tracey, 18, F, Servt, Ireland, Rde Id, No 3 Aft, 2 bags
193  Ellen Tracey, 16, F, Servt, Ireland, Rde Id, No 3 Aft, 1 bag

 

1890 Hart's Annual Army List, Militia List, and Imperial Yeomanry List

Tracey, Arthur, Adj. West Cork Art. Southern Divisions 19 Aug 75 – 16 Jan 8?

Arthur Tracey vice H.'Pipbn, promoted. Dated 19th February, 1876.

Devonshire; Lieutenant-Colonel and Brevet Colonel Arthur Tracey, retired pay (late Royal Artillery), to be Lieutenant-Colonel and Brevet Colonel. Dated 24th October, 1914.

 

1890 Return of judicial rents

Cornelius Donovan of Keelskohona Cork, landlord Mrs. Kate Tracy, 75a/0r/33p, poor valuation £28/10/0, old rent £56/0/0, new rent £36/5/0.

Cornelius Donovan of Kilskonaght Cork, landlord Mrs. Kate Tracy, 60a/0r/0p, poor valuation £22/15/0, old rent £42/16/0, new rent £29/7/6.

Cornelius Driscoll of Kilskonaght Cork, landlord Mrs. Kate Tracy, 82a/3r/20p, poor valuation £30/15/0, old rent £48/16/0, new rent £37/10/0.

Daniel Donovan of Keelskohona Cork, landlord Mrs. Kate Tracy, 38a/0r/9p, poor valuation £19/0/0, old rent £32/16/9, new rent £23/10/0.

Johanna Collins of Ballycatteen Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracy, 55a/1r/5p, poor valuation £17/0/0, old rent £13/16/6, new rent £10/10/0.

Johanna Collins of Ballycatteen Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracy, 42a/2r/20p, poor valuation £32/10/0, old rent £45/5/0, new rent £29/10/0.

1891 Return of judicial rents

Catherine McCarthy of Ringrone Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 27a/1r/3p, poor valuation £24/0/0, old rent £33/6/10, new rent £23/0/0.

Daniel Dempsey of Killowney Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 36a/2r/19p, poor valuation £25/5/0, old rent £23/19/10, new rent £16/10/0.

Daniel Desmond of Ringrone Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 25a/1r/14p, poor valuation £19/0/0, old rent £20/0/0, new rent £15/0/0.

Denis Brien of Upper and Lower Dooneen Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 20a/3r/35p, poor valuation £13/15/0, old rent £13/10/0, new rent £9/10/0.

James Fitzgerald of Ballycatten Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 25a/3r/12p, poor valuation £9/0/0, old rent £10/11/6, new rent £6/10/0.

Jeremiah Leary of Upper Dooneen Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 51a/2r/18p, poor valuation £30/0/0, old rent £33/0/0, new rent £25/0/0.

Jeremiah Lordan of Kildowney Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 28a/1r/3p, poor valuation £21/5/0, old rent £23/13/6, new rent £15/7/6.

John Dempsey of Kildowney Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 52a/2r/0p, poor valuation £38/0/0, old rent £36/10/0, new rent £26/5/0.

John desmond of Knockgorm Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 10a/1r/12p, poor valuation £4/15/0, old rent £6/0/0, new rent £5/0/0.

John Donovan of Killowney Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 34a/0r/2p, poor valuation £23/5/0, old rent £23/6/8, new rent £16/0/0.

John Leary of Kildowney Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 51a/1r/84p, poor valuation £37/0/0, old rent £40/0/0, new rent £27/10/0.

John Murphy of Knocknabinny Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 65a/0r38p, poor valuation £38/0/0, old rent £36/1/4, new rent £30/0/0.

John Murray of Ringrone Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 10a/0r/13p, poor valuation £8/0/0, old rent £12/0/0, new rent £9/5/0.

Patrick Fitzgerald of Ballycatten Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 28a/0r/3p, poor valuation £9/10/0, old rent £12/0/0, new rent £8/0/0.

Patrick Kelly of Courtnafurteen Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 30a/0r/35p, poor valuation £20/10/0, old rent £20/8/7, new rent £15/0/0.

Robert Hurley of Upper and Lower Dooneen Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 20a/1r/39p, poor valuation £16/5/0, old rent £15/0/0, new rent £9/10/0.

Timothy Cronin of Killowney Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracey, 14a/2r/19p, poor valuation £13/5/0, old rent £12/0/0, new rent £8/12/6.

1892 Return of judicial rents

Patrick Donovan of Ballymakean Cork, landlord Hon. Constance R. Tracy, 20a/3r/0p, poor valuation £32/10/0, old rent £28/10/0, new rent £21/0/0.

John Dempsey of Ballymakean Cork, landlord Hon. Constance R. Tracy, 24a/2r/0p, poor valuation £32/5/0, old rent £34/16/0, new rent £23/10/0.

Ellen Kiely of Kilkerrin Cork, landlord Hon. Constance R. Tracy, 20a/0r/20p, poor valuation £10/5/0, old rent £9/0/0, new rent £8/0/0.

Timothy Dempsey of Ballymakean Cork, landlord Hon. Constance R. Tracy, 19a/0r/0p, poor valuation £23/10/0, old rent £28/10/0, new rent £20/0/0.

Timothy Dempsey of Ballymakean Cork, landlord Hon. Constance R. Tracy, 12a/0r/0p, poor valuation £11/10/0, old rent £12/0/0, new rent £7/18/0.

1893 Return of judicial rents

John Hannon of Dooneen Lower Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracy, 64a/3r/0p, poor valuation £51/0/0, old rent £44/15/0, new rent £44/15/0.

Mary Madden (cont by Charles Sullivan) of Ballymakean Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracy, 88a/2r/0p, poor valuation £68/0/0, old rent £70/9/2, new rent £55/10/0.

Johanna Sullivan of Ballymakean Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracy, 13a/2r/0p, poor valuation £13/10/0, old rent £13/17/0, new rent £10/0/0.

John Desmond of Courtaparteen Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracy, 18a/2r/24p, poor valuation £12/10/0, old rent £10/12/6, new rent £10/12/6.

John Desmond of Courtaparteen Cork, landlord Hon. Adelaide C.R. Tracy, 33a/0r/0p, poor valuation £25/10/0, old rent £11/16/4, new rent £11/16/4.

1894 Return of judicial rents

Michael Dempsey Ltd Adm of John Demsep of Ballymakean Cork, landlord Hon. Constance R. Tracy, 24a/3r/11p, poor valuation £35/5/0, old rent £40/0/0, new rent £24/10/0.

1896 Return of judicial rents

Michael Gullivan of Ballycateen Cork, landlord Hon. C.A.R. Tracy, 3a/0r/20p, poor valuation £2/10/0, old rent £3/10/0, new rent £2/10/0.

Feb 24, 1894 (SS) Sub-Land Commission at Youghal

Representatives of John Dempsey, Tenant; Hon AC Tracy, Landlord; Ballymackean 24a3r11p, £40 rent, £35.5.0 valuation, £18.6.0 new valuation

Oct 20, 1894 (SS)

Michael Gallivan, tenant; Hon Constance Tracy, landlord; 3a0r10p; rent £8.10, valuation £2.10.0, adjourned.

Jan 26, 1895 (SS) Land cases

Michael Sullivan, tenant; Hon CA Tracy, landlord. Old rent, £3.10.0; new rent £2.10.0

Feb 19, 1898 (SS) Valuable Dairy or Tillage Farm at Knockabrinny

53 acres...most indulgent landlady, the Hon Mrs Tracy, Lady Kinsale, at the extremely low judicial rent £11.10.0 fixed december 1891 being less than half the PLV, £24.5.0. Convenient to Ringrone Schools, 2 miles of Ballinspittal and 3 of Kinsale...

Apr 16, 1898 (SS)

Robert Sullivan, tenant; Hon CA Treacey, Landlord; lands of Ballymackean, 5a3r2p, rent £6.3.4, PLV £5.5.0, new value £3

1899 Return of judicial rents

April 15 1898 Robert Sullivan of Ballymackean Kinsale Cork, landlord Hon. C.A.R. Tracy, 5a/3r/22p, poor valuation £5/5/0, old rent £6/3/4 new rent £5/6/0.

1899 Methods of valuation under the Land Acts

Landlord Hon Mrs. Tracey, Vendor D. Herlihy, Purchaser Michael Reilly, Clonkeen Cork,  17a/0r/0p, value £20/18/2, rent £17/10/0, juduical 1884, sale 189521 years, value £240/0/0, valuation 1/15/0, buildings Tenant, value 120/0/0,

Landlord Hon Mrs. Tracey, Purchaser Patrick Desmond, Purchaser E. Butler, Knocknaboiny Cork, 53a/1r/10p, £24/5/0, £14/11/6, £11/10/0, 12.75 years, value £292/0/0, valuation 2/15/0, buildings Tenant, value 90/0/0,

Nov 5, 1904 (SS)

John Murray, tenant; Hon Lady tracy, landlord; rent £28.10.0, new rent £21.16.0

Annual report of the Irish Land Commission 1911-1912

20 June 1907, vendor: Lady Tracey, Purchaser: Ellen Kiely, Kilkerran South Cork, 20a/2r/12p, value £9/15/0, rent £7/13/6, judical, purchase £151, advance £151, instalments 2, default £4/18/2

20 June 1907, vendor: Lady Tracey, Purchaser: Ellen Kiely, Kilkerran North Cork, 18a/2r/30p, value £7/15/0, rent £7/11/9, non judical, purchase £129, advance £129, instalments 2, default £4/3/10

1908 Rural District of Kinsale

Hon. Mrs. Tracey, Ballycatteen Laherne Kinsale Cork, 15a/0r/0p, value £3/15/0

Dec 31, 1892 (SS) Kinsale Union

...The Acting Clerk laid before the Board five eviction notices which he had received at the suit of the Honourable Adelaide Constance Tracey against some tenants of hers, of the names of Connor and Hannon, residing in the parish of Courcies...

Jan 15, 1898 & Jan 22, 1898 (SS) Highly Important Action

...Savage French Esq, as agent of the Honourable Mrs Tracey, the owner...farm known as Ballyrub and Crohane, containing about 100 acres...lately in the occupation of Mr. George Jordan...

Sep 16, 1899 (SS) Possession

Mrs Catherine Tracey prosecuted Mary Donovan, Timothy Donovan, Michael barry, Michael Hennessy and R Donovan for posession of parts of the lands of Kilsconaght and Drommiddy...

Sep 26, 1903 (SS) Tempting Investment

Old Head, Kinsale...old established business premises, with two independent spirit licences...valuable farm, farm buildings...gardens......held under Lady Tracey...local Post Office is also on the premises

Nov 18, 1904 (IT) Land Purchase. Lady Treacy's Kinsale Estate

Negotiations for the purchase of Lady Treacy's estate at Kinsale, Co. Cork have concluded...several townlands in the barony of Courseys...

 

September 1891 Midleton Fair

...a chesnut two-year-old colt, by Baron Farney, from Mr. Tracey, Clonmult, for £45...

 

1 June 1891 SS Cephalonia
Liverpool, England via Queenstown, Ireland to Boston
Annie Treacy,  20  F,  Servt,   Ireland,  Mass,         No 7 Aft      1 P.S.

 

1891 UK Census

Dennis Tracey, 65 years, b. Cork, Cork, Pauper, Institution, Bedwellty, Monmouthshire, Wales

 

January 1892 Election of a Dispensary Doctor in Cork

...Dr. J.F. Tracey...

 

Majestic, Liverpool & Queenstown to New York 19 May 1892

J.W. Treacy, 23, M, Agricultural labourer, Queenstown, to Philadelphia

 

Teutonic, Liverpool & Queenstown to New York 1 Jun 1892

James Tracey, 30, M, labourer, Dublin, to New York

Patrick Treasy, 17, M, labourer, Cork, to New York

 

Britannic, Liverpool & Queenstown to New York 11 Jun 1892

James Tracey, 30, M, labourer, Queenstown, to New York

Mary Tracey, 25, F, wife, Queenstown

John Tracey, 9, M, child, Queenstown

Patrick Tracey, 7, M, child, Queenstown

Mary Tracey, 6, F, child, Queenstown

Tom Tracey, 4, M, child, Queenstown

Margaret Tracey, 2, F, child, Queenstown

George Tracey, 11 months, M, infant, Queenstown

Mary Tracey, 30, F, servant, Queenstown to New York

Mary Tracey, 20, F, servant, Queenstown to New York

 

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.

 

Alice Treacy, Longhal (Youghal Cork?) Ireland, 1916, 19 years, single, waitress, Aunt Mrs O Manchy? [Murphy?] Grassle St, Youghal. aunt paid passage, to Aunt Bridget Garry, 4?2 Riverdale Av, JonReis, Boston? 5’0”, fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. b. Youghal Ireland.

 

Annie Tracey, Cork Ireland, 1892, 18 years, Cork, to New York

 

Annie Treacy, Yo...ghal Cork Ireland, 1904, 22 years, single, Youghal, to brother James Treacy, 475 Palwa? Eor? St. Pauls Minn

 

Annie Treacy, Killeagh (Cork Ireland), 1906, 21 years, postulant, to Aberdeen SD, Friend Rev mother M Joseph, Presentation Convent, Aberdeen S Dakota, 5’5”, brown complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. b. Killeagh Ireland [Hannah M Treacy 15, Annie Treacy 21] [see Ardagh 1901 census]

Hannah M. Treacy, Killeagh (Cork Ireland), 1906, 15 years, postulant, to Aberdeen SD, Friend Rev mother M Joseph, Presentation Convent, Aberdeen S Dakota, 4’9”, brown complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. b. Killeagh Ireland [Hannah M Treacy 15, Annie Treacy 21] [see Ardagh 1901 census]

 

Brid Tracey, Cork Ireland, 1893, 19 years [record not found]

 

Bridget Tracey, Kanturk Cork? Ireland, 1911, 12 [22] years, 5’2”, fair complexion, brown? Hair, blue eyes, Uncle: Denis Keily Little Falls New York, Mother: Hannah Treacy Kanturk [see sister Nora Tracey 24]

Nora Tracey, Kanturk Cork? Ireland, 1911, 24 years, 5’5”, fair complexion, brown? Hair, blue eyes, Uncle: Denis Keily Little Falls New York, Mother: Hannah Treacy Kanturk [see sister Bridget Tracey 22]

 

Christopher Treacy, Cork Ireland, 1907, 30 years, single, mason, Mary Bowdren, 345 Blarney? St, Cork. Sister Anne Harris, 28 10 17th St New York. 5’9”, dark complexion, black? Hair, brown eyes. b. Cork Ireland. [crossed out]

 

Dennis Tracey, Cork Ireland, 1892, 18 years, to New York

 

Denis Tracey, Cork Ireland, 1903, 33 years, to New York, home ??? 75 West 57th street New York [mother? Margaret Tracey]

Margaret Tracey, Cork Ireland, 1903, 56 years, housewife, home ??? 75 West 57th street New York [son? Denis Tracey]

 

Gertrude Treacy, NY USA, 1923, 26 years, single, maid, sister: Mrs J. Cullinane, 10 Victoria Terrace, Clenbrook, C. Cork. lived 10 years New York. Cousin Mrs Sparkes, 1410 Broadway?, New York City, NY. 5’6”, fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. B. Kilkenny Co. Kilkenny Ireland.

 

James Tracey, Queenstown (Cobh Cork Ireland?), 1892, 30 years Last residence Queenstown, to New York.

Mary Tracey, Queenstown (Cobh Cork Ireland?), 1892, 25 years

John Tracey, Queenstown (Cobh Cork Ireland?), 1892, 9 years

Patrick Tracey, Queenstown (Cobh Cork Ireland?), 1892, 7 years

Mary Tracey, Queenstown (Cobh Cork Ireland?), 1892, 6 years

Tom Tracey, Queenstown (Cobh Cork Ireland?), 1892, 4 years

Margt Tracey, Queenstown (Cobh Cork Ireland?), 1892, 2 years

George Tracey, Queenstown (Cobh Cork Ireland?), 1892, 1 years [11 months]

Mary Tracey, Queenstown (Cobh Cork Ireland?), 1892, 30 years

 

John Treacy, Macroom, 1902, 20 years [Error due to scraps of pages should read John Treacy, Dungarvan (Waterford?) Ireland, 1902, 20 years, single, Dungarvan, to Bro Timothy Treacy, Central City, Col]

 

John Tracey, St Paul USA, 1912, 46 years, railway servant, Sister: Ellen Treacy? Piltown Co. Waterford. Wife: Ann Tracey, Thomas St, St. Paul Minn?, 11/1894 St. Paul, 5’8”, dark complexion, dark hair, Grey eyes, b. Youghal Ireland,

 

Mary Tracey, Queenstown (Cobh Cork Ireland?), 1892, 20 years, to New York

 

Mary Tracy, Queenstown (Cobh Cork Ireland?), 1894, 40 years, wife, Ireland, to Brooklyn [Mary Tracy 40, William Tracy 6]

William Tracy, Queenstown (Cobh Cork Ireland?), 1894, 6 years, child, US citizen, Ireland, to Brooklyn [Mary Tracy 40, William Tracy 6]

 

Mary Treacy, Charleville (Cork Ireland?), 1902, 22 years, single, to sister Delia? Treacy, 415? Ne? Street, Brooklyn [crossed out]

 

Mary Treacy, NY USA, 1909, 42 years, married, Non Immigrant Alien. Mother Mrs Ellen Hurley, Chapel St, Bandon. Husband Lawrence Treacy, 254 W 15th St New York. 5’2”, Ruddy complexion, grey hair, grey eyes, b. Bandon Ireland.

 

Mary Tracey, 1911, 43 years, wife, USA, 5’5”, fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes, b. Clinton Mass, visiting cousin Michael O’Connell Lacke Macroom [Cork] resident returning 500? Ar St Clinton Mass [see Thomas Tracey 44 husband, Nora Tracey 21 daughter] 

Nora Tracey, 1911, 21 years, daughter, single, USB, 5’5”, fair complexion, fair hair, blue eyes, b. Clinton Mass, visiting uncle Michael O’Connell Lacke Macroom [Cork] resident returning 500? Ar St Clinton Mass [see Thomas Tracey 44 father, Mary Tracey 43 mother] 

Thomas Tracey, Macroom (Cork Ireland), 1911, 44 years, married, teamster, USB, 5’7”, dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, b. Clinton Mass, visiting cousin Michael O’Connell Lacke Macroom [Cork] resident returning 500? Ar St Clinton Mass [see Thomas Tracey 44 father, Mary Tracey 43 mother, Nora Tracey 21]

 

Mary Treacy, Youghal (Cork) Ireland, 1920, 19 years, single, shop-Asst, Aunt Mrs Mahoney, Grattan St, Youghal, Cork. sister Miss Alice Treacy, 12 Huckins St, Rxbury [Roxbury], Boston. 5’2”, pale complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. b. Youghal Ireland.

 

Nora Tracy, Cork Ireland, 1892, 19 years, to NY

 

Norah Tracy, Queenstown (Cobh Cork Ireland?), 1904, 23 years, single, to New York, sister Mrs? Ellen? O’Donnell 507? W 51th? St New York

 

Pat. Treasy, Cork (Ireland), 1892, 7 [17?] years, to New York

 

Peter Treacy, Cork Ireland?, 1892, 19 years, to New York

 

Thos Tracy, Cork Ireland, 1892, 11 years, C Cork to Brooklyn NY [Thos Tracy 11, Michl. Tracy 9] [with Hannah Fallon 20, Angie Fallon 24]

Michl. Tracy, Cork Ireland, 1892, 9 years, C Cork to Brooklyn NY [Thos Tracy 11, Michl. Tracy 9] [with Hannah Fallon 20, Angie Fallon 24]

 

Timothy Treacy, Cork Ireland, 1907, 26 years, married, mason, Mary Treacy 124 Shandon St Cork. to Baysune NY. sister paid passage. Sister Jane Harvis 28 W 17th St Bayoune NY. 5'5", dark complexion brown hair, brown eyes. b. Cork Ireland.

 

Wm Tracey, Cork Ireland, 1893, 20 years [no record found]

 

William Treacy, Patterson, NJ USA, 1908, 33 years, single, waiter, Irish, Non Immigrating Alien, lived 14 yrs US, to Home 5? Mill St Pattison NJ. 5'6", fair complexion, bl hair, br eyes. b. Cork Ireland.

 

William Treacey, Cork City Ireland, 1921, 27 years, single, shop assistant. Friend: Mrs Conran, 13 Richmond Hill, Cork City, Co Cork. brother-in-law paid passage, Brother-in-law: Michael Morris, 9060? Doaring Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 5’10”, sallow complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. b. Newtown Stewart Co. Tyrone, Ireland.

 

United States Naturalization Petitions

Alice Mary Treacy, born 26 Dec 1899 Youghal, Cork, Ireland. Naturalised 1924 Roxbury, Massachusetts

Mary Treacy, born 03 Dec 1900 Youghal, Cork, Ireland. Naturalised 1924 Brookline, Massachusetts

Michael Treacy, born 22 Aug 1903 Youghal, Cork, Ireland. Naturalised 1940 Medford, MA. Spouse's Celia Treacyborn Jul 1909, child Anne Treacy born 19 Oct 1938

Thomas Joseph Treacy, born 28 May 1902 Youghal, Cork, Ireland. Naturalised 1931 No Cambridge, Massachusetts. Spouse's May Nee Twomey born 04 Oct 1897

John Treacy, born 01 Mar 1885 Cork, Ireland. Naturalised 1910 East Boston, Massachusetts

Mary Ellen O'Connell nee Tracey, born 29 Dec 1909 Cork, Ireland. Naturalised 1944 Ny, Bx, NY. Spouse's Edmond O'Connell born 15 Jul 1907 Children Arlene O'Connell born 29 Jul 1938

 

 

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26/27 June 1893 Freeman's Journal

... Mrs Mary Tracy and Eliza Byrne, late of Clarence street, Cork; now residing in Dublin. Immediate reply to William Humne, 66 Blarney Street, Cork.

 

'British Princess', Queenstown to Phila 7 Dec 1893      

Lawrence Treacy, 20, b. 1873, lived Denmanway [Dunmanway Cork?], Sister Mary, 152 West 17th St, New York.

 

'Indiana', Queenstown to Phila 1 May 1895

Bridget Treacy, 17, b. 1878, lived Dunmanly [Dunmanway Cork?], Aunt bought ticket, Sister: Mary 200 Highs St New Britian

 

1895 Cork Societies Medical Officers' Indemnity Fund

…Dr. P. Tracey, Cork, £5…

The British Medical Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1779 (Feb. 2, 1895), p. 264

 

Jan 16, 1897 (SS) Amnesty Movement

A monster demonstration representative of the city and county of Cork...Gaelic Recreation Rowing Club...J. Treacey...

 

British Postal Service Appointments

Cornelius J Treacy, 1898, Cork

Joseph B Treacy, 1918, Cork

 

March 11, 1899 The Catholic Journal

Recent deaths in Cork

Murphy - On Feb 8 at 33 Great Brittain street, Mrs Elena Murphy daughter of the Patrick Treacy.

 

'Waesland', Queenstown to Phila 10 Sep 1899

Abina Treacey, 27, b. 1872, female, married, lived Cloyne [Cork], lived US 1893 to 1899, returning home Mr James Tracey Beechwood & Chelton Ave Summerville Germantown Pa [with Anna 3]

Anna Treacey, 3, b. 1896 Ireland, lived Cloyne. Aunt Mrs James Tracey Beechwood & Cholton Ave Summervielle Germantown Pa [with Abina 27]

 

1900 Irish Mission for Immigrant Girls in New York City

Julia McCarthy, 1907, 18 years, from Cork. Sponsor: Thomas Tracy 1888 7th Ave. New York City. cousin (Cedric - May 13 1907)

 

 

 

1901 Census of Ireland

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

 

 

1901 Census of England

A E Tracey, 17, Cork Ireland, Boy 1St Class, Dorset

James Tracey, 24, Ireland Cork, Dock Police Constable, St Paul Deptford, London

Julia Tracey, 78, Cork Ireland, Tailoress, London

Mary Tracy, 26, Ireland Cork, General Domestic, Birkdale, Lancaster

Stafford C Tracey, 62, Ireland Cork, Capt R N, Chelsea, London

 

Westernland Queenstown to Phila 31 Aug 1902

Julia Tracey, Mrs, 51, b. 1851, married, lived Killeagh [Youghal Cork], lived US 1877 to Mch 1902, Husband: J.J. Tracey, 948 26 St. Washington D.C.

 

Jul 28, 1902 (IT)

Respectable Protestant Girl wishes situation, children's maid or Nurse; highly recommended. Address A, care of Mrs. Tracy, Haulbowline, Queenstown.

Dec 3, 1903 (IT)

Can spare a few sittings of Indian Runner Duck Eggs, splendid layers, 4? free - Mrs. Tracy, Haulbowline, Queenstown.

Feb 8, 1904 (IT)

Sittings of Mixed Buff Orpingions, Silver, Wyandottes, White Leghorns and Duck Minprcas, splendid table birds and winter layers; 2s6d, free - Mrs. Tracy, Haulbourline, Queenstown.

 

Oct 14, 1902 (IT) Cork International Regatta

...Mr. W.F. Tracy, captain Lee Rowing Club...

 

1902 [Cd. 1314] Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction for Ireland.

Rev. Br. R.B. Treacy, Secretary, Christian Brothers' School, Charleville, Cork.

1908 List of Schools that adopted Department Regulations

Rev. Brother R.B. Treacy, Christian Brothers' Schools, Charleville Cork

 

Jul 30, 1904 (SS) alterations to the Court House

...The Council agreed to accept the next lowest tender, which was that of john Sisk, who compiled with the terms of the advestisements, and gave his securities as Charles M'Carthy, Emmets Place and John Tracey, Bishop Street...

 

Sep 22, 1904 (IT) Coming of age of Mr. Charles A. Fleury

On Tuesday night, Glenwood [Kilworth, co. Cork?], the residence of Mr. A.E. Fleury, J.P...the Ballyglanna tenantry were hospitably entertained...decorated with flags kindly lent for the occasion by Captain Tracey...

 

Mar 2 1905, John Treacy, Kilcully, Cork, 38a0r7p, £50 valuation. £59.15.6 rent, judicial, £1285 purchase price and advance

 

Aug 7, 1905 (IT) Fatalities at Cork

...identified as Thomas Tracy, a carpenter, living at 135 Lower Road, Cork...his brother stated that he lived with him...unemployed for nine months and was very unhappy...bullet wound...on the skull...

 

Aug 19, 1905 (SS) Macroom Sports

...100 yards...J. Treacy...220 & 440 yards...P.J. Treacy, Kanturk...

 

Oct 19 1905, Mary Treacy, Reanduff, 29a0r18p half of 20a3r27p, £5.15.0 valuation, £5.0.0 rent, £93 purchase price and advance

 

1906 [Cd. 3238] Irish Land Commission. Return of advances made under the Irish Land Act, 1903, during the period from 1st November, 1903, to 31st December, 1905 - Cork

Julia Tracy, Monavarnogue, 61a2r21p? & half 59a0r12p, £27.5.0 rent, judicial, £597 purchase and advance

Mary Tracey, Monavarnogue, 34a2r19p & half 59a0r12p, £17.0.0 rent, judicial, £349 purchase and advance

Thos N. Tracey, Monavarnogue, 43a3r19p & half 59a0r12p, £21.0.0 rent, judicial, £410 purchase and advance

Daniel Tracey, Monavarnogue, 50a2r32p & half 59a0r12p, £21.5.0 rent, judicial, £453 purchase and advance

 

1906 Untenanted Lands (Ireland).: A Return of Untenanted Lands in Rural Districts

Hon. Mrs. Tracet, Ballycatteen Laherne Co. Cork 15.0.0 £3.15.0

Joseph Tracey, Driminidy North, Carrigbaun, Co. Cork 17.2.31 £1.15.0

Joseph Tracey, Kilseohanagh, Carrigbaun, Co. Cork 8.2.16 £0.5.0

1908 Rural District of Kinsale

Hon. Mrs. Tracey, Ballycatteen Laherne Kinsale Cork, 15a/0r/0p, value £3/15/0

1908 Rural District of Skibbereen

Joseph Tracey, Driminidy North, Carrigbaun Skibbereen Cork, 17a/2r/31p, value £1/15/0

Joseph Tracey, Kilscohanagh, Carrigbaun Skibbereen Cork, 8a/2r/16p, value £0/5/0

 

Jan 23, 1907 (IT)

Wanted a good general servant to go with lady to England for few months, North of Ireland afterwards; clean and tidy in appearance, early riser; highly recommended; good wages. - Tracy, Passage West, Co. Cork.

Jan 26, 1907 (IT)

Two 1905 Runner Drakes, prize strain, 2s6d each. 1 1906 3s6d; 2 half bred Runner Ducks, 2s each. 1906 - Tracy, Passage West, Cork.

 

Oct 7, 1908 (SS) Countess of Aberdeen visit

...Mallow...C. Tracy, GPO.

 

14 January 1909, New Zealand Tablet, Volume XXXVII, Issue 2, Page 57 [see Limerick page 1 and 2]

Rev. Father Treacy, Limerick

We regret to announce the death of the Rev. Edmond Treacy, P.P., who passed away at the presbytery, Askeaton, County Limerick, on November 23. The deceased, who has been connected with the diocese of Limerick since his ordination, was the eldest son of the late Patrick Treacy, Cromwell, Hospital, brother of the Very Rev. Dean Treacy, Los Angelos, California, the Rev. P. Treacy, of Stratford, New Zealand, and Mr. John Treacy, Kilnap House, County Cork. The late Father Treacy, who had reached a good old age, had been curate at Parteen for a lengthened period, but about twenty years ago he was appointed to the parish of Stonewall, whence he was transferred to Askeaton some seventeen years since. He was a great favorite with his people, and never spared himself in the promotion of their spiritual welfare. R.I.P.

13 April 1923 Cork Examiner

... Apply John Treacy. Kilnap House

February 22 1933 at the Pro-Cathedral Dublin, Nicholas Daniel, third son of the Rose Smyth, Milltown, Dromore, Co. Tyrone to Mary (Mai) eldest daughter of John and Mary Ellen Treacy, Kilnap House, Cork.

Si August 21, 1932 Prizes For Clever Children

Josephine Treacy (14) Kilnao House, Commons Road, Cork (st. Angela's Coll)

 
Apr 17, 1909 (SS) Mallow Notes
We are very pleased to relate that Mr Tracey has resumed duties in the PO Mallow, although not quite himself yet.
 
Jun 10, 1909 (FJ) Cork Slander Case
Mr. C.J. Treacy, another operator [Post Office?], swore...
 
Sep 11, 1909 (SS) Half Yearly Supplies
The following tenders were accepted...meat, best bullock beef at 40s per cwt, John Tracey, Grand Parade Market, Cork...
 
Jul 18, 1910 (FJ) Banteer Sports
120 yards...Treacy, Kanturk, 3...
 
August 1910 IT
Cork City Rinking Company...managing director, Mr. Treacy...
Oct 19, 1910 (IT) Action by Rink Manager
Flood v. Great Southern Rink, Limited...Cork...By a resolution of the defending company passed on the 18th July 1910, Mr. Tracey was appointed managing director of the company...
 
 

 

1911 Census of Ireland

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

 

Jan 5, 1911 (FJ) The League in Cork - Recent elections
...Cork Central Branch UIL...present...R.J. Tracy...

 

Oct 17, 1911 (IT) Alleged M'Cann Case in the South

...church of SS. Mary and Anne, Shandon, Cork. On visiting this church, Rev. Patrick Tracy...1st day of March 1896...

 

Feb 10, 1912 (SS) Sad drowning at Courtmacsherry

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

 

Mar 1, 1912 (IT) T. Lyons and Co Ltd. Annual Meeting

...Cork...seconded by Mr. John Tracy...

 

Nov 16, 1912 (SS) Letter [unjust dismissal of Mr. Edmund Mansfield]

Carrigdarrery, Lissarda, Co. Cork. Nov 7th 1912...meeting in Macroom...P. Treacy PP

May 17, 1913 (SS) Kilmurry Branch

...election of Rev Fr. Tracey PP, President...

 

1914-1918 Ireland’s Memorial Records

Thomas Treacy. Reg. No. 14185. Rank Private, Royal Munster Fusiliers 1st batt. Died of wounds France 2/6/1918. Born Ahascragh, Co. Galway.

Age 34, Son of Michael and Bridget Treacy, of 28, Brown St., Moss Bank, Widnes, Lancs.; husband of Gladys Treacy, of River View Cottage, Compass Hill, Kinsale, Co. Cork. Son Thomas M born 7/6/1916.

Bagneux British Cemetery (Gezaincourt) (Somme France) Treacy T, United Kingdom Private 14185 Royal Munster Fusiliers 02/06/1918 Age: 34 II. E. 25.

Inscription ordered: For in life we loved him dearly and we love his memory still (Mrs Treacy, 169 Cresent Road, Brentwood, Essex)

 

WWI Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, Number: 2507332

Name: John Marius Tracy

Birth Date: 8 Sep 1890

Birth Location: Cork, Ireland

Relative: Patrick Tracy

Relationship: Father

Regiment Number: 427561 Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force WWI

 

12 May 1915 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.)

Corporal J. H. Tracey.

Corporal J. H. Tracey (wounded) is a native of Victoria. He joined the Royal Australian Artillery in 1906, and was transferred to Thursday Island in 1908, where he remained for three years. He was then transferred to Brisbane, where he was still serving in the R.A.A. when he volunteered for service in the First Expeditionary Force. He was appointed corporal in the machine-gun section of the 9th Battalion. Corporal Tracey has two younger brothers at the front. They are sons of Sergeant Major P. Tracey, of the Victorian military forces, who on the outbreak of the war was on a visit in Ireland, where he rejoined his old regiment (Connaught Rangers) in Cork, and is now drilling recruits in the New Barracks, Fermoy.

 

Board of Trade – Central Register of Seamen

Tracey B F 11/10/1914 Cork. R564259 R564477 R564325

1915 Merchant Navy

Frank Tracy; rank/rating, Sailor; age, 35; place of birth, Cork; previous ship, Ionian. Ship: Scythian 1915

 

Feb 6, 1915 (SS) Presentation to the Postmaster of Bantry

On the occasion of the departure from Mallow of Mr JB Treacy, senior overseer, who has been promoted to the postmastership of Bantry...The Head Postmaster, Mr FC Morgan presided....presented Mr Treacy with a valuable gold watch and seal. He regretted he was losing a good official but he was pleased that it was during his postmastership of the Mallow district that Mr Tracey's sterling official qualities were recogised by the Postmaster-General...and that before long they would hear of his further promotion...

Jan 1, 1916 (SS) Bantry Notes

G.P.O. The activity displayed at the Post Office under the personal supervision of the Postmaster, Mr JB Tracey, accounted for the unexpected early delivery of the Xmas mail...

 

Apr 24, 1915 (SS) Bandon Quart Sessions

The Probate suit of Treacy v. Sweeney was resumed...Mrs Kate O'Keeffe, Knocknagullagh [sister]...Mrs Hannah Treacy, plaintiff, swore her brother was in the DM Police. She was a National Teacher...She was at home in County Fermanagh with her family when her father wired that her brother (testator) was dying and to come home immediately. The next day she got a wire that her father was dead...Her brother was in hospital...He asked witness had she a daughter a teacher and a son in college...

Apr 24, 1915 (SS)

Mrs Hannah Treacy, of Mossgrove, Commons, Templemartin, Bandon in the County of Cork, wife of Patrick Treacy of Garrisson, Bellech, County Fermanagh, National Teacher, plaintiff; Timothy McSweeney, of Killeens, Upton, labourer?, defendant...

Jul 31, 1915 (SS) Clonakilty - County Court

Hannah Tracey, plaintiff (appellant) Timothy McSweeney, defendant (Respondent)...will of Timothy McSweeney, deceased [27th December 1914], a retired policeman, be admitted to probate...mother Hanora McSweeney [Musgrove Bandon] and two sisters, of whom the plaintiff was one...Mrs. tracey had taken posession of everything at Mosgrove...sell everthing by auction...dispute with the two others...

 

Jun 26, 1915 (SS) Rescue from Drowning at Kinsale

John Collins, junr...son of Coy. Sergeant Major Collins 4th Batt RM Fusiliers...[rescued] Annie Tracy, six years, daughter of Coy. Quartermaster Sergt. Tracy, Connaught Rangers...[quay at Summer Cove]

 

September 25, 1915 (SS)

Funeral of the late Mrs. Thomas Sutton...Kilgarriffe Burial ground...Mrs. Tracey; Mrs McCarthy, Hotel, Timoleague;...

 

December 1915 - Mr. C. [Cornelius?] Tracey, telegraphist G.P.O. Cork, has just died after a prolonged illness.

 

28 January 1916 Cork Emaniner

Deaths. Treacy - On Thursday, 27 inst, Mary Teresa, the dearly beloved wife of Edward P Treacy, Windsor place. RIP.

 

1 March 1916 Cork Examiner

T Lyons & Company...shareholders present...John Tracey...

1 Sep 1916 Cork Examiner

Cork Gas Company...Shareholders present - Messrs John Tracy...

 

23 April 1916 Sunday Independent

Childrens Cosy corner...This weeks winners...James Treacy, Post Office, Bantry...

 

11 July 1916 Cork Examiner

South Charitable Infirmary and County Hospital...late Mr Thomas Goggin...executors...W.F. Tracy Esq...

 

22 August 1916 Cork Examiner

Marriages Coughlan-Treacy—On August 19th at R.C. Church, Killeagh, by the Rev. E. Murphy. P.P., John, youngest son of the late John Coughlan, Breeda, to Margaret Elenia, second daughter of the late Maurice Treacy, Ballymackibit, Killeagh

 

19 Aug 1916 Cork Examiner

Handball...P. J. Tracey...(Kanturk)...

29 August 1916 Cork Examiner

Handball Muster Junior Chmionship...T.J. Tracy Kanturk...

 

4 Sep 1916 Irish Independant

Treacy and Phelan—Angust 30. 1916. at Shanahoe R.C, Church (with Nuptial Mass), by Rev. P. Loaghlin, P.P., Raheen, Patrick J. Treacy, B.A., son of the late Maurice Treacy, Esq.. Mount Uniack Killeagh, Co. Cork, to Elizabeth Phelan daughter of Michael Phelan, P.L.G., Cappanacloueh. Abbevleix Queen's Co.

 

30 Sep 1916 Cork Examiner

Deaths. Treacy—On Sept. 28th, at his residence, Monavarnogue, Killeagh, Thomas, eldest son of Mrs Daniel Treacy, to the inexpressible grief of his sorrowing mother, sister and brothers. Funeral on this day (Saturday) for Ardagh.

 

14 Oct 1916 Cork examiner

Irish National aid association...Inch Killeagh East Cork...7s6d...Miss H. Treacy...5s...John Treacy (Ballyre)...

 

16 Dec 1916 Cork Examiner

Tram Mens Xmas Fund Blackrock & Tivoli Line...J Tracey, Esq., Diamond Hill...

 

Paddy Tracey, of Kanturk, Co. Cork?

The Boherbue Company of the Irish Volunteers was started at a meeting held in Boherbue on 15th August, 1915. I had attended a meeting in Kanturk and I had invited Denis Lyons, John O'Connell, Jim Leonard and Paddy Tracey to come to a meeting in Boherbue.

Witness: Christopher O'Sullivan, Lieutenant IV, Cork, 1916

 

Sep 15, 1917 (IT) Trials in Cork [see Sean Treacy]

A District Courtmartial assembled at Victoria Barracks Cork, on Friday to try five menwho were arrested recently for offences under the Defence of the Realm Act...John Tracey, Solohead, Co. Tipperary was charged with having worn a uniform of a military character in the public street of Tipperary on the 19th August, and with having carried a hurley on the occasion.

Sep 22, 1917 (IT) Irish Courts Martial Findings

John Treacy, civilian, was tried at Cork on the 5th September 1917 and was found guilty of an offence against the Regulation prohibiting unauthorised wearing of uniform of a military character, and carrying an article capable of being used as a weapon, and has been sentenced to six months' imprisonment with hard labour.

 

Apr 12, 1918 (SS) Skibbereen

...Mr. Tracey, of the Agricultural Wages Board has paid a visit to the town recently, and has done some good work in claiming arrears of wages...

Apr 26, 1918 (SS) Bantry Petty Sessions

...Mr. Tracy, Inspector Agricultural Wages Board...

 

Aug 10, 1918 (IT) Youghal Sessions

...forging a £10 cheque and obtaining shoes value 2s.6 and cash £8.17.6 from Mrs. Treacy, draper, Youghal.

 

1918-1941 Merchant Navy Seamen

Cornelius Tracey, b. 1908 Cork Cork

Cornelius Tracey, b. 1909 Cork Cork

 

Jul 2, 1920 (FJ) English Justice

In Ireland. The following official report has been issued by the Military Headquarters, Park Gate:-

Joseph Tracey, civilian, of Bunavie, Co. Limerick, was tried by court-martial at Cork, on 23rd June, on charges of having a revolver and ammunition without a permit. He was found guilty and sentenced to eighteen months imprisonment with hard labour.

 

1920 Irish Catholic directory

Benignus Tracey, Brother, Augustinian, John Street, Dublin

Brendan Treacy, c.ss.r., St. Joseph's, Dundalk

John Tracy/Treacy, c.ss.r., Redemptorist, Mount St. Alphonsus, Limerick

Michael Tracy, C.C., St. Michael's, Limerick. Chaplin of Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Mount St. Vincent Female Orphanage, Limerick.

Nicholas Treacy, Rev, B.A., D.D., Oblates, Belcamp Hall, Raheny, Dublin.

Patrick Tracey, (Canon), P.P., Kilmurry, Crookstown Cork

Patrick Tracey, Sunday's Well, Cork 

Patrick Tracey/Treacy, P.P., Conahy, Jenkinstown, Co. Kilkenny

Peter Tracy, C.C., Strabane, Tyrone

 

1922 Army Census

 

John Tracey; 28; home address: 18 Gould St, Cork, 20603 Pay no: 20603, Joined: 9/9/22 Cork, single, RC, Next of kin: sister, Next of kin: Eleen, 37 Boyle St, Cork.; Blarney (Cork); download file

 

Joseph [John crossed out] B Treacy; 21; Volunteer, Wireless, home address: 17 Summer Hill, St. Lukes, Cork, 27556 pay no: 29951, Joined: 30/9/22 Cork, single, RC, Next of kin: father, Next of kin: 17 Summers Hill St Lukes, Cork; Bandon (Cork); download file

 

1922-1923 Bulletin mensuel du Comité linier de France

Agents...E.P. Treacy, 15, Cook Street, a Cork.

 

3 March 1923 Cork Examiner

... and John Tracey were arrested Ballinacurra, and Ned Creed at Ballingrane. All three, it is said, were active irregulars

 

Jul 31, 1923 (IT) Peace Commissioners

...Appointments...William Francis Tracey, Diamond Hill, Blackrock road, Cork...

 

Aug 17, 1923 (IT) Legal Notices

To the next of kin of John Murphy, late of Cloughmacow, in the County of Cork, Farmer, Deceased...estate...and in a Cause "Tracy and other v. Hogan and another (1919, No.970)"...

 

April 8 1924

The Recorder of Cork, delivered judgement yesterday in the case Treacy v. Colthurst, heard last week and in which a considerable amount of interest was centered. The plaintiff, John Treacy, victualler, 40, 41...

Apr 8, 1924 (IT) Christmas Meat for Farm Workers

...The plaintiff, John Treacy, victualler, Grand parade Market, Cork sued Sir Geoirge St. John Colthurst, Bart., The Castle, Blarney, Co. Cork, for £10.17s.11d., being the amount due for goods sold and delivered...gave a decree for the amount claimed.

Apr 8, 1924 (FJ) Treacy v. Colthurst

...The plaintiff, John Treacy, victualler, 40, 41 and 42 Grand Parade Market Cork...Blarney Estate...

 

Apr 12, 1924 (IT) Fermoy Choral Society [picture]

Photo by O'Brien, Fermoy...second row...M. Treacy (defendant)...

 

Mar 11, 1925 (IT) Cork Sworn Inquiry

...into charges preferred by Mrs Mary Treacy, Ballyshoneen, Waterfall...Ballincollig Dispensary...On a day in October last, Mrs Treacy's husband met with an accident...he walked and drove seven miles to see Treacy in a downpour...

 

Jul 27, 1925 (IT) Cork Harbour Board

The Council of the Cork Chamber of Commerce has recommended to the City Commissioner the name of Mr. William F. Treacy, P.C. of the firm of J.W. Green and Co., Ltd., to fill the vacancy on the Cork Harbour Board caused by the resignation of Mr. Sean Jennings.

 

23 August 1926 Cork Examiner

... Mr. M. Treacy, North Main street, calling attention to the condition of the road from the end of Tallow street northwards. It was a very bad state and dangerous to ... 

 

6 September 1926 Cork Examiner

... John Tracey, Grand Parade Market. Cork. Bread and Flour—No. 1 tender—bread, per 41b. loal; flour, per 10 stone; Eo. 2 tender—bread, 9Jd; flour, 295; No. tender ...

 

Sep 10, 1927 (IT) Cork Borough

...businessmen...support for Cumann na nGaedheal candidates...present...W.F. Tracey...

 

1927 Journal of the Dept. of Agriculture

J. Tracey, Carrigatogher, Midleton, Co. Cork…5 acres

Mrs. James Tracey, Carrigatogher, Midleton, Co. Cork…5 acres

 

Jun 16, 1928 (SS) The late Mr Thomas R Roycroft, Skibbereen

...W. Tracey (representing Messrs JW Green, Cork...

 

Jan 5, 1929 (SS) Cork Butter Exchange Band

...J. Treacey...

 

Mar 16, 1929 (SS) Funeral

...W. Tracey, do [Cork]...

 

May 25, 1929 (IT) Irish Police News

74 Guard P. Tracy, Passage West to Lower road, Cork.

 

22 June 1929 (Southern Star) Colaisde na Mumhan Examination results

Sucessful candidates for teaching certificates...Maire Ni Threasaigh, N.T., Dundareirke, Macroom...

 

Oct 26, 1929 (SS) Cork County Technical Instruction Committee

For the post of commercial teacher two applications were received...Miss Norah Tracey, 17 Summerhill, St. Luke's, Cork...

 

Records of the Colonial Office

1929 Irish Distress Committee

Michael Treacy, County Cork, File No. 2703

 

Mar 15, 1930 (SS) Carrigaline Court

Barry Tracey, DiamondHill, Blackrock was fined 1s for failing to produce a motor driving licence.

 

1930s The Schools’ Collection - Cork

Mr Patrick Treacy of Old Court, informant, Kanturk, Co. Cork http://www.duchas.ie/en/cbes/4921745/4902787/5177916

Mr T Treacy of Ballyre Killeagh, informant Kilcounty, Co. Cork "The Stones in Treacy's Wood" http://www.duchas.ie/en/cbes/4921924/4900661/4933586

 

Jan 17, 1931 (SS) Random Rambles [Ficton?]

...the latest hobby of my fellow-citizen, Sam Tracey, a quick witted tailor who plies his trade in a little cottage on the outskirts of the town...

 

1932 London Wills

William Francis Tracy of Diamond Hill Blackrock-road Cork died 12 January 1932 Probate London 11 November to Henry Golden director and John Horgan secretary. Effects £69.10.0 in England. [England and Irish Free State valued at £8782]

Jan 14, 1932 (IT) Funeral of Mr. W.F. Tracy

took place at St. Joseph's Cemetery Cork, after mass at SS Peter and Pauls Church. A very large number of people attended, including the members and officials of the Cork Harbour Board, members of the Dolphin Rugby Club and representatives of the various business interests in the city. The chief mourners were:- The Rev. Canon Tracy and Mr. R.J. Tracy (brothers), Mrs. Tracy (widow), the Misses H. and V. Tracy (daughters), John, William, Barry, Raymond and Arthur Tracy (sons). Business at a meeting of Cork Harbour Commissioners to-day was adjourned as a mark of respect to the late Mr. Tracy, and a vote of sympathy was passed to his widow and family. The Lord Mayor of Cork said that Mr. Tracy was one of the ablest business men in the city, and would be missed by all. Cork Chamber of Commerce last night passed a vote of sympathy with Mr. Tracy's family.

Oct 8, 1938 (IT)

Two members of the medical profession - Dr. Helen Patricia Tracy, only child of Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Tracy, Jamesville, Western Road, Cork and Dr. Timothy Mullins, Resident Medical Officer, North Fever Hospital, son of the late Mr. T. Mullins, Rylands, Ballingarry, were married at Honan Chapel, University College, Cork, on Tuesday. Miss Marjorie Meagher, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid; and Dr. John O'Sullivan acted as best man...

 

1933 London Wills

John Tracy of 3 Merchants Quay Cork died 15 October 1932 at Bon Secours Home Cork Administration (with Will) London 27 January to Robert Joseph Tracy accountant. Effects £408 in England.

2 Feb 1933 (II)

£12,029 - Mr. J. Tracy, 3 Merchants' Quay, Cork, Shipping Agent. Requests - £100 to his goddaughter, Charlotte Hockler?; £100 for Masses; £30 to his sister Ellen Sisk?; residue to his brother Robert.

 

Dec 16, 1933 (SS) Bandon Co-operative Agricultural Dairy Society Co LTd

Annual meeting...Secretary, Mr. Sean Treacy...

 

1934/5 registered victualling premises, fixing quantities and price (5 d/lb)

Edward Treacy, Moore Street, Cappamore, Limerick. Maximum 100 lb of beef.

John Treacy, 41 Grand Parade Mkt., Cork. Maximum 650 lb of beef.

John Treacy, Laraghmore, Ballyglunin, Galway. 100 lb of beef

William Tracey, Limerick Street, Cappawhite, Tipperary. Maximum 350 lb of beef.

Beef Supply (Appointed Area No. 3) Order, 1934. No. 369/1934

Beef Supply (Appointed Area No. 4) Order, 1934. No. 370/1934

 

Sir,—I was one of the Irish soldiers who took part in the ceremonial transfer of Cork Harbour defences from British to Irish armed forces on 11 July 1938. When Chamberlain asked Eamonn de Valera when he would like that transfer to take place, Dev replied, ‘11 July, the seventeenth anniversary of the Truce, 1921’. I was one of the gunners who took over Fort Carlisle that day. Two of our four officers were Comdt. Daniel Joseph Collins and Arthur E. Dalton. They resembled Michael Collins and Emmet Dalton. Were they related to them? Can any History Ireland readers shed light on the matter? Yours etc.,

John Treacy, 6 Worsley Court, Moss Hall Grove, London N12 8PN.

 

1942 Agricultural Seeds (Protection of Sugar Beet Seeds) Order. S.I. No. 42

Name and address of person in occupation on the 24th November, 1941

Thomas Treacy, Knocknaskagh, Killeagh, Cork.

 

Deaths – Newspaper Notices

Alice Tracy, (O'Brien) [Caplis]; Mitchelistown COR IRL>Chicago IL; Chicago Tribune; 1913-04-20; ajc

Arthur Tracy "Archie"; Cork COR IRL; Irish Examiner; 2000-3-12; dja

Bernard Tracy; Cork Examiner (COR IRL); 1855-6-29; dja

Bridget Treacy "Breda"; Cork COR IRL; Irish Examiner; 2000-3-2; dja

Catherine Treacy; Cork City COR IRL; Cork Examiner; 1856-8-20; dja

Declan Treacy; 75; Piltown Youghal COR IRL; Cork Examiner; 1865-4-8; dja

Declan Treacy; Piltown Youghal COR IRL; Cork Examiner; 1865-4-3; dja

George R Tracy; Cork City COR>Dublin DUB IRL; Cork Examiner (COR IRL); 1856-10-31; dja

Harding Charles Tracy "son of late Harding"; Cork City COR IRL>Columbus OH; Cork Examiner (COR IRL); 1865-11-2; dja

James Tracy Dr; Cork City COR IRL; Cork Examiner; 1901-12-27; dja

James Tracy Rev; Dunmanway COR IRL; Cork Examiner; 1863-2-26; dja

James Tracy; 28; Cork City COR>Dublin DUB IRL; Cork Examiner (COR IRL); 1882-4-4; dja

Jeremiah Tracy; New York NY; Cork Examiner (COR IRL); 1863-7-31; dja

Margaret Tracy Miss; Cork City COR IRL; Cork Examiner; 1882-4-18; dja

Mary Barry (Tracey); Cork City COR IRL; Cork Examiner; 1896-2-24; dja
Norbert A Tracy; 67; Ballintemple COR IRL>San Francisco CA; Irish Examiner (COR IRL); 2004-1-1; dja

Richard Treacy; Youghal COR IRL; Cork Examiner; 1855-10-31; dja

 

 

 

M Treacy of Cork

1992 Munster Junior Hurling medal

 

 

 

 DIRECTORIES

 

1754 McDONNELL’S CORK CITY DIRECTORY

Tracy, Daniel. Vintner, lately removed from the end of Fishamble Lane, Cork CJ (01/04/1754)

Tracy, Daniel. Vintner, House, Bolands Lane ‗Daniel Tracy, Vintner, has lately removed from the end of Fishamble Lane, in Cork, to the house lately held by Mr. Delamain, Dancing Master in Boland‘s Lane…‘ CJ (01/04 /1754)

 

1787 Lucas Cork City Directory

George Tracy, Grocer & Toyman, Broad Lane

 

1809 Holden's Triennial Directory Cork

Tracy

 

1810 A directory, and picture, of Cork and its environs By William West

Tracy John, druggist, grand parade

 

1820 The commercial directory of Scotland, Ireland, and the four most Northern counties of England for 1821-22 & 23, etc

John Tracy, Druggist, 14 Grand Parade, Cork

John Tracey, Merchant Tailor, Cook-st, Cork

Thomas Treacy, Baker, Strand-st, Youghal

William Treacy, Spirit dealer, Market-st., Kinsale

 

1824 - Pigot & Co.'s Directory

Cork City

John Tracey, tailor, 26 Cook Street

John Tracy, druggist, 43 Grand Parade

Kinsale

William Tracey, Publican

Skibbereen

Edward Tracey, Attorney, North St.

 

1845 Aldwell’s General Post Office Directory of Cork

Bernard Tracy, Merchant Tailor, 15 Cook Street

John Tracy, Druggist, 85 Grand Parade 

John Tracy, Tanner, 7 Clarence Street

Joseph Edward Tracy, Attorney, 19 Cook Street

Patrick Tracy, Tanner & Currier, 5 Hodder’s Lane

W. A. Tracy, Civil Engineer, 51 Grand Parade

http://www.corkarchives.ie/media/1845postoffice_bysurname.pdf

 

1846 Slater's National Commercial Directory of Ireland

Cork City

Bernard Tracy, Tailor & Draper, 15 Cook St.

John & Patrick Tracy, Tanners, Hodder’s Lane

John Tracy, Druggist, 85 Grand Parade,

Joseph Edward Tracy, Attorney, 19 Cook St.

Mary Ann Treacy, Grocer, St. Lukes Place

Mary Anne Treacy, grocer, Summerhill

Patrick Tracy, Cooper, 84 Gt. Britian St.

William A Treacy, Civil engineer & Cork Corporation Engineer, 51 Grand Parade

Cloyne and Castle-Martyr Co. Cork

William Tracy, Painters & Glaziers, Castle-Martyr

Kanturk

John Treacy, Baker, Main St.

John Treacy, Leather Seller, Main St.

John Treacy, Linen & Woolen Draper, Main St.

Youghal

Michael Treacy,  Grattan Street & Batchelor’s Quay, Youghal. Corn & Coal Merchant

Thomas Treacy, North Main St. Youghal. Public House

 

1850 Thoms Directory of Ireland

County Officers

County Surveyors: W.R. – W.A. Tracey. Esq., Bandon

Harbour Commission, Lapp’s Quay, Cork

Receiver of Import and Export Harbour Dues: TT Tracy

Insurance Offices

Ships Brokers: Maurice Tracy, Grattan-street, Youghal

 

1856 Slater's National Commercial Directory of Ireland

Cork City

Joseph Edward Tracy, Attorney, 31 South Mall

Patrick Tracy, Cooper, 84 Gt. Britian St.

Thomas Tracy, Tanner, 10 Gt. Britain St.

Thomas Tracy, Publican, Union Quay

William Tracy, Cooper, White St.

William A Treacy, Civil engineer & Cork Corporation Engineer, 51 Grand Parade

William Treacy & Co., Tailors & Shoemaker, 66 Grand Parade

William Treacy & Co. Tailors and hatters, 121 Patrick St.

Cloyne and Castle-Martyr Co. Cork

Painters & Glaziers

William Tracy, Castle-Martyr

Youghal

Maurice Tracy, Grattan Street, Youghal. Coal Dealer

Michael Tracy, The Mall, Youghal. Salt & Lime Works/Timber Merchant/Coal Merchant

Michael Treacy, Grattan Street & Bachelor's Quay, Youghal. Corn Merchant

Maurice Treacy, Grattan Street, Youghal. Public House

Thomas Treacy, North Main Street, Youghal. Public House

 

 

1863 Cork City Directory

Denis Tracy, 15 Evergreen Terrace.

John Treacy, 9 St. Finbar’s Place

Patrick Treacy, Spirit Dealer, 2 Union Quay

R Treacy, provision warehouse, 23 Castle St.

Richard T Tracey, Rev, Wesleyan Dean of Residence (Queen’s College), 3 Dyke Parade

Thomas Tracy, Railway Clerk, 7 West York St.

Tracy & Nagle, Solrs. To Corporation and agents for Pelican Assurance Co., 59 South Mall

Treacy & Co., General drapers, 55/56 St. Patrick St.

Wm Treacy, jour. Cooper, 7 Rutland St.

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1867 Henry & Coghlan's General Directory Of Cork

Cork Herald Office, 27 Cook Street; Tracy & Nagle, Proprietors

David Treacy, Chandlers/Grocers, 79 North Main Street

Declan Tracy, Piltown, Youghal

Denis Treacy & Co., Woollen Drapers, 45 Great Georges Street

Jeremiah Treacy, Cooper, 31 Great Britain Street

John Tracy, Tanner & Currier, Hobbs Lane, Bishop Street

John Treacy, Carpenter, 3 Hargreaves Quay

Joseph E Tracy, Solicitor, 11 Grenville Place

Mathew Tracy, Reporter, Yiew Ville, Sundays Well Roak, 74 Janeville Terrace

Michael Tracy, Piltown, Youghal

Michael Tracy, The Quay Butter Merchants.

Patrick Tracy, Spirit Dealer, 2 Union Quay

Patrick Treacy, Forman/Journeyman Cooper, 33 Great Britain Street

Tracy & Nagle, Solicitors, 59 South Mall

Wm Treacy & Co., General Drapers, 56 And 67 St. Patrick Street

 

 

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1870 Slaters

Cork City

Cork Herald (daily and weekly Saturday), Joseph Edward Tracy and David Augustine Nagle, proprietors, 27 Cook st

Honoria Treacy, shopkeeper, 12 Dublin St

Jeremiah Treacy, cooper, 31 Gt. Britain St

John Tracy, currier/tanner, Hobbs lane

Mary E. Tracy, school, 14 Pope’s quay

Patrick Tracey, public house, 2 Union quay

Patrick Tracy, butcher, Grand Parade Market

Thomas Treacy, public house, 25 Paul st

Tracy and Nagle, solicitors, 59 South mall

William Tracey/Treacy, linen & woollen drapers/silk mercer, 56 & 57 St. Patrick Street

Youghal

Declan Tracy, Mr, Piltown

David Treacy, grocer, 79 North Main st

 

1871 Directory Cork & Queenstown

Hanora Tracy, shopkeeper, 11 Dublin street

John Tracy, currier and tanner, Hobbs lane, Bishop street

John Tracy, tanner, 10 Friars walk

John Traecy, foreman carpenter, 105 Lower Glanmire Road

Joseph E. Tracy, solicitor, (see Tracy & Nagle); residence, 12 granville Place

Kate Tracey, shopkeeper, 20 Chapel street, Easons hill

P. Traecy, butcher, 2 Meat Street

Patrick Tracey, journeyman cooper, 33 Great Britain street

Patrick Tracey, spirit dealer, 2 Union quay

Thomas Tracey, cooper, 1 Chapel hill, Roman walk

Tracy and Nagle, proprietors of the Cork Daily Herald, 27 Cook st

Tracy and Nagle, solicitors, 59 South mall

Wm. And Co. Tracey, general drapers and outfitters, 56 & 57 St. Patrick Street

Wm. Traecy (see W.T. & Co); residence 1 York terrace

 

1875-76 Francis Guy's Cork Directory

Alice Tracey/Tracy, Provision Dealer and Vintner, Upper Cork street, Mitchelstown

Declan Tracy, Piltown, Youghal (Elected Youghal Board of Guardians)

James Tracey/Tracy, landowner, Belgrove, Queenstown

John Tracy/Treacy, currier and tanner, Hobb's lane, Bishop street ; residence 18 Friars' walk

John Treacy, iron moulder, 11 Adelaide st

Joseph E Tracy, solicitor (T. & Nagle), 12 Grenville place

Joseph Ed Tracy, South mall, Cork (Commissioner for Oaths in Cahancery)

Joseph Edward Tracy & David A. Nagle (Tracy & Nagle), 59 South Mall

Joseph Edward Tracy, West Ward, Member of Cork City Council and Board Of Superintendence City Gaol.

Joseph Tracy, Chamber of Commerce

Tracy and Nagle, Insurance Agents, 59 South mall - National Assurance of Ireland; Pelican

Tracy and Nagle, Solicitors, 59 South mall

Cork Herald - newspaper (neutral [political bias]) Daily, 1d ; annual subscription, unstamped, £1.6s; stamped, £2. Proprietors, Tracy and Nagle; publisher, Cornelius Murphy. Office, 27 Cook street

Miss Treacy, school, 93 South main street

Mrs Treacy, 105 Lower Glanmire road

Patrick Tracy, vintner, 2 Union Quay

W. Treacy & Co, general drapers, 56, 57 Patrick street

William Treacy (W. T. & Co), 4 York ter.

 

1875-76 City and Suburbs of Cork

John Treacy, currier and tanner, Hobb's lane, Bishop street; res. 18 Friars walk

John Treacy, iron moulder, 11 Adelaide st

Joseph E Tracy, solicitor (T. & Nagle), 12 Grenville place

Miss Treacy, school, 93 South main street

Mrs Treacy, 105 Lower Glanmire road

Patrick Tracy, vintner, 2 Union quay

Tracy and Nagle, solicitors, 59 South mall

W. & Co Treacy, general drapers, 56, 57 Patrick street

William Treacy (W. T. & Co), 4 York ter.

 

1880 Kelly's directory of the leather trades

Treacy & Co., general drapers, 56 & 57 St. Patrick street

John Tracy, Bishop st. Cork

 

1881 Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory Of Ireland

Bandon 

Rev Patrick Tracey – Clancoole Ter

Roman Catholic Churches - Presentation Convent Chapel, Kilbrogan St. Rev Patrick Tracey, chaplain 

Cork City

E. Tracy, Pelican life agent, 59 South mall

John Tracy, currier, Hobb's lane, Bishop st

Joseph Edward Tracy, commissioner Irish courts & solicitor (& law agent to the Fermoy Gas Co.), 59 South mall

Mary E. Tracey, school, 14 Pope’s quay

Patrick Tracy, public house, 2 Union quay

Susan Tracy, bookseller, 18 Great Georges st

Thomas Tracy, public house, 105 Shandou st

Treacy & Co., Linen & Woolen clothes & boot (dealers), 56 & 57 St. Patrick st

Youghal

Declan Tracy, Piltown, Youghal. Gentry & Clergy.

David Treacy, 79 North Main Street, Youghal. Grocer

 

1884 Guys

J. Treacy, Victuallers, 41 stall, Grand parade market

John Treacy, Friars Walk

John Treacy, Hobbs lane, Bishop St

Joseph E. Tracy, 52 South Mall

Joseph Tracy, Grenville Place

Miss Treacy, 18 Gt Georges St

Patrick Treacy, 105 Glenmire Road, lower

Patrick Treacy, 2 Panoma Terrace

S. Treacy, 18 Gt Georges St

S. Tracy, Catholic repos, 2 Grand Parade Market Buildgs

S. Tracy, news agent, 18 Great Georges St

W & Co. Treacy, Draper, 56 & 57 Patrick st

 

1886

W & Co. Treacy, Draper, 56 & 57 Patrick st

 

1889 Guys

Mrs Tracy, Cork, landowner Dromdaleague parish

 

1891 Guys

Churchtown – Buttevant

Mrs. Tracy, postmrs Post Office

Cork

Dr. Tracy, Mercy Hospital, Henry St.

E. Treacy Mrs, shpr, N main st

John Treacy, 17 Clarence street

John Treacy, Friars Walk

John Treacy, Hobbs lane, Bishop St

Patrick Tracey, rev, curate, St. Angela's School, Richmond

Patrick Tracy, curate, Douglas

Patrick Treacy, 105 Glenmire Road, lower

Patrick Treacy, 2 Panoma Terrace

W & Co. Treacy, Draper, 56 & 57 Patrick st

Mountuniacke - Killeagh

Mce Treacy, farmer, Ballymackibbot

Queenstown

A. Tracy Capt R A, Fort Westmoreland

 

1894 Egan's Waterford Directory

Michael Gould Tracy, Piltown, Youghal, Cork. Juror

 

1907 Guys Cork Directory

C J Tracy, 8 Valentine villas, Lough road

Edward P Tracy, 2 Anlauling

George Tracey, 4 Wolf Tone pl

J Tracey, 34 Gt. Wm O'Brien street

James Tracey, 6 City view

Jer Tracy, 31, 34 Gt. Wm O'Brien street

John Tracey, Kilnap

John Tracy, Hobbs lane, Bishop st

John Treacy, 3 Ard na naom, Connaught ave

Michael Tracey, 33 Gt. Wm O'Brien street

Michael Tracey, 35 St Finbars pl

Mrs E Tracey, 9 Chapel hill

P Tracy, Rev, cc, Chapel St

P. Treacy, 135 Glanmire road lr

Patk Treacy, Rev, 2 Panorama terrace

Richard Tracey, 40 Windmill rd

 

1913 Telephone Directory

Edward P. Treacy, Commercial Agent, 20 Winthrop Street...Cork 756

John Tracy, Kilnap House...Kilnap 4

John Treacy, Victualler, 40 Grand Parade Market...Cork 275

W.F. Tracy, Diamond Hill, Blackrock Road...Cork 15

 

1913 Guys Cork Directory

C Treacy, 365 Blarney St

C.J. Treacy, 1 Janemount up

Catherine Treacy, 82 Friar street

Corns Treacy, 13 Valentine villas

E.P. Treacy, 20 Winthrop street

J. Treacy, 40-42 Grand parade market

James Treacy, 6 City view

John Tracy, Hobbs lane

John Treacy, 3 Ard-na-naom, Connaught ave

John Treacy, Kilnan

Mrs. E Treacy, 9 chapel hill

Mrs. Mary Treacy, 1 Dyke parade

Mrs. Treacy, 33 Gt. Wm O'Brien street

P. Treacy, 135 Glanmire road lr

Patk Treacy, Rev, 2 Panorama terrace

R. Treacy, 61 Gillabbey street

Wm F Treacy, Diamond road, Blackrock Rd [2006, William Tracey, Diamond Hill, Blackrock Road, Cork http://www.corkarchives.ie/aboutus/annualreportsandstrategicplan/Annual_Report_2006.pdf]

 

1914 Guy's Postal Directory for County Cork Ireland

Churchtown

Postmistress- Mrs Tracey

Crookstown

Resident - Tracy Rev Patrick, PP, Kilmurry

Mallow

Postmaster-J O' Hagan ; J Treacy (acting)

Residents - Treacy J B, CTlenview

Mountuniacke

Treaey Mrs, Monavarnogue

Treaey Mce, Ballymackibbot

Electoral div. Dangan- Treacy John, Baylyswood

Youghal

Vintners – Michael Treacy, North main st

Residents - Treacy  M, North main street

Provision Dealers - Tracey M, North main street

 

1921 Guys

Churchtown. Buttevant.

Postmistress—Miss Tracey

Cork City

C J Treacy, 1 Janemount up

C Treacy, 365 Blarney st

Catherine Treacy, 82 Friar street

E P Treacy, 20 Winthrop street

E Treacy, Mrs, 9 Chapel hill

J Treacy, meat victualler, 40-42 Grand Parade Market

James Treacy, 6 City view

John Tracy/Treacy, cattle exporter, Kilnap

John Tracy, 3 Merchants quay

MJ [or WJ] Treacy, Works Manager. Fermoy Gas Company, Limited. Gasworks. Courthouse rd [Martin Treacy see Fermoy]

Patrick Tracy, Rev, 2 Panorama Terrace

Richard Treacy, 17 Evergreen rd

S Treacy 18 Southern road

T or J Treacy, plumber & gasfitter, 96 Great Wm. O'brien St. (Late Gt. Britain St.)

T Treacy, 96 Great Wm, O'Brien street

Tracey/Treacy Mrs  2 Carrigdhoun, Mardyke Walk

Treacy Mrs, 135 Glanmire rd lr

William F Tracy, Diamond hill, Blackrock road, Cork – Companies: Allman & Co. Limited, Bandon, Cork Bonded Warehouses Limited, Cork Opera House Co. Limited, Green J W & Co. (Cork) Limited

Inniskenny

Very Rev. P. (Cannon) Tracy, P.P., Kilmurry.

Mountuniacke

Landholders.

Ardagh Parish.

John Treacy, Ballymackibbot

Patrick Treacy, Monavarnogue

Thomas Tracey. Monavarnogue

Mrs Treacy, Monavarnogue

Dangandonovan Parish.

John Treacy, Ballyre

Youghal

Michael Treacy, vintners & provision dealers, North main st

 

1935 Guys Directory

C Treacy, 365 Blarney st

Cath Treacy, 82 Friars walk

Daniel Treacy, 12 O'Connells avenue

E P Tracey, 95 Oliver Plunkett St

E P Treacy, 15 Cook street

E P Treacy, Rosnalee, Cross Douglas road

E Tracey, vintner, 24 Parnell place

J Tracey, 19 O Connell crescent

J Tracey, 22 Quaker road

J Treacy, 17 Summerhill place

James Treacy, 6 City View

John Treacy, Cattle exporter, Kilnap house

John Treacy, victualler, 40-42 Grand Parade mkt

Miss Treacy, 9 Chapel hill

Mrs E [or G] Tracey/Treacy, Rose villa, 18 0 Connells crescent

Mrs Tracy, Diamond hill hse, Blackrock road

Mrs Treacy, 2 Carrigdhoun, Mardyke walk

O J Treacy, 1 Janemount up

Patrick Tracy, Rev, 2 Panorama ter

S Treacy, 18 Southern road

T Treacy, 14 Anns Drive

Timothy Treacy, 24 Eason's hlll

Timothy Treacy, plummer & gasfitter, 96 Great Wm. O'Brien street

Cookstown

Patrick Tracy, Very Rev Cannon, PP Kilmurry

Fermoy

W J Treacy, Manager Gasworks, Courthouse road ans O'Rahilly row

Mountuniacke

Dl Treacy, Monavarnogue

John Treacy, Ballymackibbot

Patrick Treacy, Monavarnogue

Robert Treacy, Meenoughter

Thomas Tracey, Monavarnogue

Youghal

Michael Treacy, Vintners, North main street

Mrs Tracey, Provision Dealer, North main street

Mrs Treacy, Drapers and Haberdashers, South main street

 

1945 Guys

Bandon

J. Tracey, Creamery Mgr.

Cork City

C. J. Treacy, 1 Janemount Up

C. Treacy, 365 Blarney St.

Cath. Treacy, 82 Friars Walk

Christopher Tracey, 18 Gould Street

Dl. Treacy, 12 O'Connell's Ave

E. Tracey, vintner, Duhallow Hotel, 24 Parnell Place

E. Tracy, 5 Sunnyside, Ballintemple

E. Treacy, Mrs., 18 O'Connell's Crescent

E.P. Tracey, 95 Oliver Plunkett Street

E.P. Treacy, 15 Cook St.

E.P. Treacy, Rosnalee Cross, Douglas Road

F. Treacy, 21 St. Anne's, Derrynane Road

Fredk. Treacy, 14 St. Ann's Drive

It. Treacy, 13 St Anne's, Derrynane Road

J. Tracey 22 Quaker Road

J. Tracey. 19 O'Connell Crescent

J. Tracy, 23 Lough Rond

J. Treacy, 120 St. Brendan's Road

J. Treacy, decorator, 26 Friar Street

Jas. Treacy, 338 Blarney St. Barretts Buildings

John Treacy, cattle exporter, Kilnap House

John Treacy, victualler, 6 Castle Street

M. Tracy, Miss, N.T., 18 St. FinBar's Park

R. Tracey, St. James' Ville, Avondale, Western Road

R. Treacy, 13 St. Ann's, Derrynane Road

S. Treacy, 18 Southern Road

T. Treacy, vict., Dennehy's Cross

Timothy Treacy, 24 Eason's Hill

Timothy Treacy, plumber and gasfitter, 96 Great Wm. O'Brien Street

Tracy, Miss (shop). 10 Woodland View, High St.

Tracy. Mrs., Diamond Hill. Blackrock Road

Treacy, 6 Castle Street

Treacy, Miss, 9 Chapel Hill

Killeagh

Danl. Treacy, Monavarnogue

Robt. Treacy, Meenoughter

John Treacy, Ballymakibbott

Mountuniacke

Robt. Tracey, Meenoughter

D. Treacy, Monavarnogue

David Treacy, Ballinteosig

Rushbrooke

W. Treacy, mgr., Gas Works

Youghal

H. Treacy, Mrs., draper

M. Treacy, Mrs., North Main Street

 

 

 FAMILY HISTORIES

 

Army Birth Registration

Charles W. Tracey, Fermoy, 1869, 63rd, Vol 764 page 36

Charles W. Tracy, Fermoy, 1869, 63rd , Vol 766 page 11

Patrick Tracey, Fermoy, 1875, 34th, Vol 1081 page 56

Ellen Tracey, Cork, 1856, 1st R. Scto., Vol 1291 page 3

Phebe Treacy, Buttervant, 1862. 88th, Vol 1390 page 20

William S. Tracey, Cork, 1852, 1st R. Scts., Vol 1291 page4

 

 

 

Alexander Tracy (1815-1877) of Cork, steam engine contractor and close associate of Charles Burrell

 

Alexander Tracy married Hannah Payne 25 Sep 1836 Saint Nicholas, Guildford, Surrey, England

 

1841 Census - Railway Cottage On Kemp'S Farm, Balcombe, Sussex, England

Alexander Tracey        M         25-29  

Hannah Tracey            F          25-29  

Sarah Stacey               F          6         

William Purdey           M         25-29  

 

1851 Census -  Cottage Place St Lukes Part Of Middlesex, Middlesex, England

Thomas Terry, head, M, 31, married, b. 1820 Wye Kent, Provision Merchant

Sarah Terry, wife, F, 32, married, b. 1819 Ireland

Children...Margaret E Terry & Sarah Terry

William Bernett, visitor, M, 32, married, b. 1819 London, Stock broker

Ann Priest, servant, F, 27, unmarried b. 1824 Harbone Norfolk

Alexander Tracey, vistor, M, 36, married b. 1815 Ireland, Railway Contractor

 

1867 Herapath's Railway Journal

Great Eastern Railway...Alexander Tracy, of Cambridge, in the county of Cambridge, contractor; [owner]...

1967 The Santa Fe Magazine

A plaque taken from an old Great Eastern Locomotive states, "Take Notice. This engin is the property of Alexander Tracy of Cambridge..." The company could not afford to pay Mr. Tracy a dividend on his shares and the locomotive was valued and allocated to him in compensation.

 

1871 Census - Thetford, St Mary, Norfolk, England

Charles Burrell            Head               M         53        Thetford, Norfolk, engineer,

Elizabeth Burrell         Wife                F          49             Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Charles Burrell            Son                  M         23        Thetford, Norfolk, engineer

Robert Burrell             Son                  M         22        Thetford, Norfolk, enfineer

Frederick Burrell         Son                  M         16        Thetford, Norfolk

Alexander Tracy         Visitor             M         56        Cork, railway contractor

Hannah Tracy Visitor             F          54        Walton, Sussex

 

Mill Road Cemetery, St Paul's, Cambridge

Inscription : In Memory of Alexander Tracy d 19 March 1877 aged 62 he was for many years intimately connected with the Great Eastern Railway his wife Hannah d 3 March 1877 aged 60

Monument : Chest tomb with panelled sides

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=34883854

10 March 1877 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

March 3, at 4, Cintra-terrace, Hannah, the beloved wife of Alexander Tracy. Esq., aged 60.

24 March 1877 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal

March 19, at 1. Cintra terrace, Alexande