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

 

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

 

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

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

 

Elizabeth I

1564 3rd August

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

1566 16th August

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

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

 

Pat. 11 James I.

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

 

1669 Hearth Money Rolls Co. Wicklow

Avoca?

Mr. Tracy, Castle McAdam

Joe Tracy, Rockslowne

Arklow

John Tracy, Chappel
Tady Tracy, Ballynesken

 

Society of Friends (Quaker) Congregational Records

1712 Patrick Tracy Wicklow

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

 

Society of Friends (Quaker) Congregational Records

1722 Morgan Tracy, Wicklow

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

 

Society of Friends (Quaker) Congregational Records

1762 William Treacy & Patrick Treacy Wicklow

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

1765 Andrew Tracey Wicklow

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

1765 Andrew Treacey Wicklow

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

1767 William Treacy, servant, wicklow

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

 

British War Office

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

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

 

13/1/1765 Will [Robert Adair?]

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

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

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

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

13/6/1766 Lease

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

 

1766 Religious Census

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

GO Ms. 536-7 National Library of Ireland

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

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

 

6 November 1770 Freemans Journal

To the Committee for conducting the Free-Press

Dearest Brethren,

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

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

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

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

Gentlemen,

Your Well-wisher,

John Telltruth

[This may refer to Kilgorman, Co. Wexford]

 

Wicklow United Irishmen 1797 - 1804

Garret Tracey of Castlemacadam

George Tracey of Ballymurtagh

Thomas Tracey

William Tracey of Ballymurtagh

 

1798 United Irishmen

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

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

 

Rebellion Paper (National Archives)

2/1/1797? P.848

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

26/5/1797 p.369

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

9/2/1798 p.577

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

 

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

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

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

 

British War Office

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

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

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

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

Discharged at Naas, 12th March 1816.

 

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

Ship: HMS Britannia [With Admiral Nelson]

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

 

1804

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

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

 

British War Office

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

 

27 August 1806 (F)

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

 

British War Office

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

 

Name

Age

Reb

Ship

Tried

Trial Place

Term

DOB

Native Place

Crime

Marital Status

Trade or Calling

Remarks

Died

Death Place

William Tracy

22

WB

Lady Macnaghten/McNaughton (1835)

1834

Kildare Co

Life

1813

Wicklow Co

Firearms

Single

Shoemaker

 

 

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Phillip Joseph Ambrose Treacy b.  1894...

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

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

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

Eliza Ann Mills:

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

The witnesses at Marriage: Patrick & Bridget Connor

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

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

William Treacy

Convict Records

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

WILLIAM TRACEY:

Burial: 30 Jan 1888, Laggan

Occupation: Shoemaker

Children of ELIZA MILLS and WILLIAM TRACEY are:

i. MALE4 TREACY1.

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

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

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

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

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

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

PHILLIP TREACY:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

1816 William Tracey alias Tracy.

Born Rathdrum, Wicklow.

Served in Kildare Militia.

Discharged aged 43.

Covering date gives year of discharge.

Kilmainham Reference: A9462.

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

William Tracey b. 1773 Rathdrum Wicklow, Militia

 

1821 Summer assizes, Barony of Ballinacor

Undischarged Queries

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

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

1822 Spring Assizes

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

Barony of Ballinacor

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

1823 Spring Assizes Half Barony of Shillelagh

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

1823 Lent

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

1824 Summer Assizes Barony of Ballinacor

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

1824 Summer

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

1825 Spring Assizes

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

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

Undischarged Queries

1825 Summer Assizes

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

Ballinacor...1824 Summer

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

1825 Summer

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

1826 Spring Assizes

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

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

Barony of Ballinacor

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

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

Undischarged Queries

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

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

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

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

Barony of Ballinacor

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

Undischarged Queries

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

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

1828 Spring Assizes

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

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

Barony of Ballinacor

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

Barony of Newcastle

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

1828 Summer Assizes

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

1829 Spring Assizes

Ballincor By

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

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

 

1820s-1830s Tithe Records

Alphabetical

 By Area

 

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

 

Dennis Treacy, Upper Killmacoo, Castlemacadam, Wicklow, 1824

 

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

James Tracy, Courtfoyle, Killiskey, Wicklow, 1833

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

James Tracy, Upper Killahurler, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

James Tracy, Upper Killahurler, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

James Treasy, Upper Killahurler, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

 

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

 

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

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

 

Michl Tracy, Moyne, Moyne, Wicklow, 1824

Michl Tracy, Moyne, Moyne, Wicklow, 1824

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

Widow Tracy, Managlough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

 

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

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

 

 

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

 

Dennis Treacy, Upper Killmacoo, Castlemacadam, Wicklow, 1824

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

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

 

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

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

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

 

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

James Tracy, Upper Killahurler, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

James Tracy, Upper Killahurler, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

James Treasy, Upper Killahurler, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

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

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

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

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

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

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

Widow Tracy, Managlough, Killahurler, Wicklow, 1838

 

James Tracy, Courtfoyle, Killiskey, Wicklow, 1833

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

 

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

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

 

Michl Tracy, Moyne, Moyne, Wicklow, 1824

Michl Tracy, Moyne, Moyne, Wicklow, 1824

 

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

 

 

1835-1857 Merchant Navy Seamen

Daniel Tracey, b. 1797 Arklow Wicklow

Danl Tracey, b. Arklow Wicklow

John Tracey, b. 1806 Arklow Wicklow

John Tracey, b. Arklow Wicklow

Richard Tracey, b. 1803 Arklow Wicklow

Richard Tracey, b. Arklow Wicklow

 

April 12 1836 Tithe Suit – Wicklow?

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

 

27 December 1837 Valuation of £10 Electors

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

 

1840 Arklow

John Tracey, Blacksmith, Gorey Rd

 

1860- British War Office (WO97) – Chelsea Hospital

Henry Tracey, b. 1840 Dunlavin, Wicklow

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

John Tracey, b. 1860, Arklow, Wicklow

 

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

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

 

1841 Reports relative to valuation for poor rates

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

 

Freemasons

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

 

March, 1836-March, 1837 Coollattin Estate Emigration

Michael Tracy, 6 persons, 7 Pound

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

Fitzwilliam Tenants Listed In The Coolattin Estate Emigration 1847-56

1847 Ballyconnell Crecrin (279 f) [beside Carlow]

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

Cabin from J. Dorcey.

1847

Rathmeagh/Rathmeague Moyne (11)

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

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

1851

Mullins/Mullans Kilcommon (36 f)

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

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

Cabin on Tracey's farm, now ejected.

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

1851

Rathmeagh/Rathmeague Moyne (32 f)

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

2.5 acres from Lord Fitzwilliam.

Rejected. see 1854.

1854

Rathmeagh/Rathmeague Moyne (31 f)

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

Cabin and half-acre from Lord Fitzwilliam.

This family also listed in 1851.

1851

Rathmeagh/Rathmeague Moyne (35 f)

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

Cabin and 1 acre from his father Michael Tracey.

Rejected.

1853

Rathmeagh/Rathmeague Moyne (44 f)

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

10 acres from Michael Tracey.

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

Ship: Dunbrody New Ross.

1852

Coolattin Carnew (36 f)

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

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

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

Fitzwilliam Estate to Canada

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

Michael and Denis Tracey (Location not given)

1847-55 who settled in Ontario

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

 

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

Michael Tracey, born Cloneraney Wexford in 1815.

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

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

 

Spring 1844 - Summer 1847

Spring Assizes, 1845. North Half Barony Of Ballinacor.

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

Summer Assizes, 1846 North Ballinacor

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

Summer Assizes, 1847 North Ballinacor

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

Upper Talbotstown

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

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

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

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

Barony Of Arklow

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

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

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

Summer Assizes, 1847 Barony Of Arklow

Insolvencies. To be raised off the following holdings :-

Parish of Killahurler

Lawrence Tracy, do [houae aud garden] £0.1.0

James Tracy, do [houae aud garden] £0.1.0

 

1846 Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory

John Tracey, Gorey Road, Arklow. Blacksmith

 

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

 

1798-1914 Register of Enlisted USA

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

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

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

 

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

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

 

Summer 1851-Summer 1854

Spring Assizes, 1851 Shillelagh

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

Upper Talbotslown

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

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

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

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

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

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

North Ballinacor

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

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

 

Griffiths Valuation - Wicklow 1852-1853

 Alphabetical

 By Area

Alice Tracy Rathmeague Hacketstown Wicklow

 

Andrew Tracy Sraghmore Calary Wicklow

 

Anne Tracy Killadreenan Newcastle Lower Wicklow

 

Catherine Tracey Ballinvally (Wisdom) Castlemacadam Wicklow

 

Edward Tracy Arklow The Fishery Arklow Wicklow

 

Garrett Tracy Cornagower West Dunganstown Wicklow

 

George Treacy Kilbaylet Upper Donard Wicklow

 

James Tracey Cullenmore Killiskey Wicklow

James Tracey Monaglogh Killahurler Wicklow

James Tracy Bray Main St. Bray Wicklow

 

Jane Tracy Arklow Moore's Court Arklow Wicklow

 

John Tracey Kilmacoo Castlemacadam Wicklow

John Tracy Arklow The Fishery Arklow Wicklow

John Tracy Arklow, 10 Wexford Road, Arklow Wicklow

John Tracy Ballymurtagh Castlemacadam Wicklow

John Tracy Forristeen Dunlavin Wicklow

John Tracy Kilcashel Castlemacadam Wicklow

John Tracy Killadreenan Newcastle Lower Wicklow

 

Laurence Tracey Monaglogh Killahurler Wicklow

Lawrence Tracy Sraghmore Calary Wicklow

 

Margaret Tracy Ballydonnell Redcross Wicklow

 

Mary Tracy Randlestown Donaghmore Wicklow

 

Michael Tracy Arklow The Fishery Arklow Wicklow

Michael Tracy Rathmeague Hacketstown Wicklow

 

Patrick Tracy Arklow, 9 Wexford Road, Arklow Wicklow

Patrick Tracy Kiltegan Kiltegan Wicklow

Patrick Tracy Liscolman Liscolman Wicklow

 

Peter Tracy Liscolman Liscolman Wicklow

Peter Tracy Tigroney East Castlemacadam Wicklow

 

Thomas Tracy Ballymoneen Castlemacadam Wicklow

Thomas Tracy Knockanode Castlemacadam Wicklow

Thomas Tracy Raheenavine Castlemacadam Wicklow

 

William Tracy Kilcashel Castlemacadam Wicklow

William Tracy Knockanree Upper Castlemacadam Wicklow

Edward Tracy Arklow The Fishery Arklow Wicklow

Jane Tracy Arklow Moore's Court Arklow Wicklow

John Tracy Arklow The Fishery Arklow Wicklow

John Tracy Arklow, 10 Wexford Road, Arklow, Wicklow

Michael Tracy Arklow The Fishery Arklow Wicklow

Patrick Tracy Arklow, 9 Wexford Road,  Arklow Wicklow

 

James Tracy Bray Main St. Bray Wicklow

 

Andrew Tracy Sraghmore Calary Wicklow

Lawrence Tracy Sraghmore Calary Wicklow

 

Catherine Tracey Ballinvally (Wisdom) Castlemacadam Wicklow

John Tracey Kilmacoo Castlemacadam Wicklow

John Tracy Ballymurtagh Castlemacadam Wicklow

John Tracy Kilcashel Castlemacadam Wicklow

Peter Tracy Tigroney East Castlemacadam Wicklow

Thomas Tracy Ballymoneen Castlemacadam Wicklow

Thomas Tracy Knockanode Castlemacadam Wicklow

Thomas Tracy Raheenavine Castlemacadam Wicklow

William Tracy Kilcashel Castlemacadam Wicklow

William Tracy Knockanree Upper Castlemacadam Wicklow

 

Mary Tracy Randlestown Donaghmore Wicklow

 

George Treacy Kilbaylet Upper Donard Wicklow

 

Garrett Tracy Cornagower West Dunganstown Wicklow

 

John Tracy Forristeen Dunlavin Wicklow

 

Alice Tracy Rathmeague Hacketstown Wicklow

Michael Tracy Rathmeague Hacketstown Wicklow

 

James Tracey Monaglogh Killahurler Wicklow

Laurence Tracey Monaglogh Killahurler Wicklow

 

James Tracey Cullenmore Killiskey Wicklow

 

Patrick Tracy Kiltegan Kiltegan Wicklow

 

Patrick Tracy Liscolman Liscolman Wicklow

Peter Tracy Liscolman Liscolman Wicklow

 

Anne Tracy Killadreenan Newcastle Lower Wicklow

John Tracy Killadreenan Newcastle Lower Wicklow

 

Margaret Tracy Ballydonnell Redcross Wicklow

 

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

Sarah  Treacey, 32, Servant,  Wicklow

 

Columbia to NSW Australia 20 Sep 1854 (Assisted Migration)

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

 

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

Bridget Tracey, 25, Domestic Servant, Wicklow

 

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

William Tracey, 28, Labourer, Wicklow,  

Kelly Tracey, 26

Sarah Jane Tracey, 2

Julia Ann Tracey, 1

Samuel Tracey, 26, Labourer, Wicklow, single

Sarah Tracey, 22, Domestic Servant, Wicklow, single

 

1857 RIC

Peter Treacy, 21618

Peter Treacy, 24, b. Wicklow, to Italy

Peter Treacy, 21618, 24 (b.c. 1833), 19 Feb 1857, b. Wicklow, RC, Labr, to Drogheda 12/6/57

 

 

1858 – 1920 Calendars of Wills and Administrations

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

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

 

Spring 1859

North Ballinacor

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

Insolvencies On The Barony Of Arklow,

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

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

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

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

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

Lorenzo Tracey £0.0.7.5

Lorenzo Tracey £0.0.6

James Tracey £0.0.5

 

29 November 1860 Irish Times

Case of drowning

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

 

1860 US Census

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

 

1860

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

 

2 March 1861 (FJ) Death

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

 

1861 English Census

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

 

10 December 1862 (FJ) Collection for Catholic University

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

 

MISSING ADVERTISMENTS NORTH AMERICA

Name of Missing

Home county

Arrival 

AD Date

SEEKER

Patrick Tracy

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

Hacketstown, Rathmegan, Wicklow

‘Wisconsin’ from Liverpool 10/1853

Baton Rouge Barracks LA

31/10/1863

James Dunn (friend) Stafford Springs CT

1863 Boston Pilot

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

 

November 1862

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

 

January 1863 Bray Coal Fund

...Mrs Tracy £1...

 

22 September 1863 (FJ) Death

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

 

16 July 1864 (FJ) Cricket

Bray...M. Tracy...

7 September 1864 (FJ) Cricket

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

 

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

John Tracey, 20, Miner, single, Wicklow

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

 

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

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

Tracey, Michael, Rathdrum, Wicklow. 7 1062

Tracey, Michael, Rathdrum, Wicklow. 7 897

Tracey, Myles, Rathdrum, Wicklow. 17 952

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

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

Tracy, James, Rathdrum, Wicklow. 7 1056

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

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

 

June 1865 Bray Cricket

...A. Tracy...

 

30 September 1865 (FJ) Alleged Fenianism in Wicklow

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

 

1865

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

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

 

26 June 1866 IT

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

 

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

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

8 June 1867 (FJ) Collection for the Pope

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

 

1850-1883 New York Emigrant Savings Bank Records

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

 

1866-1914 Dog Licence Registers of Ireland

- Alphabetical

- by County

 

29 August 1867 (FJ) Royal Agricultural Society

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

 

August 1867

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

 

23 November 1867 (FJ) Collection for the Catholic University

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

 

Kings Inns Admission Papers 1607-1867

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

 

February 1868 London Gazette

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

Patrick Tracey, jun., Kiltegan, Baltinglass, County Wicklow

February 1887 London Gazette

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

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

 

1868 Survey of tenants on Coollattin Estate

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

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

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

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

 

27 February 1869 (N) The Amnestry Fund

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

25 November 1870 (FJ) Sympathy for the Pope

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

 

Avoca & Rathdrum Sessions

2/6/1869 Assault on James Tracey at Knockenode

 

4 August 1869 (FJ)

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

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

 

9 November 1869 (FJ) Wicklow Petty Session

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

 

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

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

 

14 November 1870 (FJ) French Ambulances

Arklow...Miss Treacy...

 

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

25 May 1871 (FJ) Wicklow Petty Sessions

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

 

29 November 1871 (FJ) The Education Question

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

 

November 1872 Wright v. Tracy

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

April 1874 Francis Richard Wright v. Morgan Tracy

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

June 1874 Francis Richard Wright v. Morgan Treacy

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

Wright V. Tracey.

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

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

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

Edward Greer: Irish Land Acts (1897)

 

1872 – 1915 Ireland's Royal Garrison Artillery

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

 

Tracy Shipbuilders Arklow

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

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

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

 

May 1873 Cricket

Bray College...W Tracy...

 

August 1873 Powerscourt Athletic Sports

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

 

20 December 1874 (FJ) Constabulary Intelligence

Sub-constable William Tracey has been transferred from Bray to Roundwood.

 

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

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

 

23 May 1877 (FJ) Popes Jubilee

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

 

April 1878 Baltinglass Treacy v Dick

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

19 April 1878 (FJ) Important Land Case - Baltinglass

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

24/25/26 April 1878 Freemans Journal

The Kiltegan Land Case

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

June 29, 1878 Nation

Baltinglass Land Case - Treacy v. Fitzwilliam Dick

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

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

 

30 October 1879 Freeman's Journal

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

 

October 1879 Advertisement

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

 

1881 British Census

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

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

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

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

 

1881 Census - Moor Street, Arlecdon, Cumberland, England

James Tracey     Head   M         38        Iron Miner

Ellen Tracey       Wife    F          30        Ireland

Patrick Tracey    Son      M         8          Ireland

Catherine Tracey           Daughter         F          7          Ireland

Thomas Tracey Son      M         5         

John Tracey       Son      M         3         

Michael Tracey Son      M         1         

John Bryne        Boarder           M         30        Ireland

 

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

 

1882 Return of judicial rents

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

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

 

February 1884 Bray Boat Accident

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

 

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

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

 

28 July 1885 Freeman's Journal

... Michael Treacy, Arklow...

 

1 September/October 1885 Freeman's Journal

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

 

May 1886 Thorough Servant

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

 

23rd August 1890 South Wales Daily News

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

August 1890 Religious Disturbance at Arklow

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

31 October 1890 New Zealand Tablet

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

 

April 1891 Cycle Query

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

 

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

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

 

1891 UK Census [see also 1911]

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

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

 

Summer Assizes 1892

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

 

Police Gazette

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

 

1892-1924 Ellis Island Arrivals

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

 

United States Naturalization Petitions

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

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

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

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

 

 

22 August 1893 London Gazette

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

 

28th April 1895

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

MS 15,238/6 Papers of John Redmond NLI

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

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

 

Avoca & Rathdrum Sessions

10/12/1896 Assault on Daniel Tracey of Arklow

 

31 October 1899 London Gazette

Learners (Post): Lily Treacy (Ovoca) [see 1901 Census]

 

British Postal Service Appointments

Lily Treacy, 1899, Ovoca [Wicklow]

Lily Treacy, 1900, Ovsea

Lily Treacy, 1905, Edgworthstown [Longford]

Lily Treacy, 1908, Edgeworthstown [Longford]

Lily Treacy, 1908, Longford

James Treacy, 1911, Rathdrum Ovoca

 

Apr 23, 1900 (IT)

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

 

 1901 Census of Ireland

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

 

 

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

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

 

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

 

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

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

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

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

 

29 Nov 1907 The Church of Ireland Gazette

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

 

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

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

 

May 22, 1908 (IT) Land Commission Judgements

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

 

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

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

 

Aug 1, 1908 (FJ)

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

 

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

 

Jan 29, 1909 (FJ) Disasters in Italy

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

 

Jan 26, 1910 (FJ) Land Commission Judgments

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

 

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

Jun 1, 1910 (FJ) Sad Fatality at Arklow

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

Jun 3, 1910 (FJ) The Arklow Fatality

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

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

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

 

1910 Porters Directory

Arklow –

Patrick Tracey, Shipwright, Bay View, Ferry Bank

Town Commissioners: …P Tracey…

Aughrim - Ballyarthur

James Treacy Knockanree

Liscolman Townland Rath

Peter Tracey Farmer

Ovoca District

John Treacy Ballygahan

 

1910 + 3 Wicklow

Peter Tracey, farmer, Liscolman

 

 

1911 Census of Ireland

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

 

1911 English Census

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

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

 

Jan 25, 1911 (FJ) The Arklow Urban Council

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

 

3 March 1911 London Gazette

Postmen: James Treacy (Rathdrum)

 

Feb 10, 1912 (SS) Sad drowning at Courtmacsherry

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

 

10 May 1913 Wicklow News-Letter

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

 

1914 London Wills

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

 

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

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

 

1914-1918 Ireland’s Memorial Records

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

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

 

1915 Merchant Navy

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

WW1 Merchant Seamen Medal Cards. BT 351/1

James Treacy, b. 1894 Wicklow

John Tracey, b. 1870  Arklow

John Treacy, b. 1898 Arklow

Michael  Tracey, b. 1886 Arklow

Morgan Treacy, b. 1895 Arklow

Patrick  Tracey, b. 1899 Arklow

1918-1941 Merchant Navy Seamen

*Dan Treacy, b. 1902 Arklow Wicklow

Daniel Treacy, b. 1903 Arklow Wicklow

Daniel Treacy, b. 1903 Arklow Wicklow

Denis Treacy, b. 1912 Arklow Wicklow

Dennis Treacy, b. 1912 Arklow Wicklow

*James Treacy, b. 1899 Arklow Wicklow

James Treacy, b. 1901 Arklow Wicklow

James Treacy, b. 1901 Arklow Wicklow

*John Tracey, b. 1902 Arklow Wicklow

*John Tracey, b. 1902 Arklow Wicklow

*John Treacy, b. 1898 Arklow Wicklow

John Treacy, b. 1898 Arklow Wicklow

Matthew Tracey, b. 1901 Arklow Wicklow

Matthew Treacy, b. 1901 Arklow Wicklow

*Morgan Treacy, b. 1895 Arklow Wicklow

*Patrick Treacy, b. 1899 Arklow Wicklow

*Patrick Treacy, b. 1901 Arklow Wicklow

Patrick Treacy, b. 1902 Arklow Wicklow

Patrick Treacy, b. 1905 Arklow Wicklow

R Treacy, b. 1884 Arklow Wicklow

*Richard Treacy, b. 1884 Arklow Wicklow

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

*Thomas Treacy, b. 1884 Arklow Wicklow

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

 

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

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

23 Oct 1916 Irish Independant

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

 

1917 The gas world year book

Carrick-on-Suir & Wicklow

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

 

1917 USA Draft Registration  

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

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

 

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

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

Dec 6, 1930 (MC) The Mountnugent Tragedy

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

 

1919 Catholic Bulletin

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

Delegates…Arklow…Miss Kathleen M. Treacy…

 

 

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Plunkett’s Brigade

 

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

 

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

 

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

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Tir-Chonaill Flying Column

 

Aug 2, 1920 (FJ)

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

 

Kathleen Treacy, Cumann na mBan, Wicklow

One of the Cumann na mBan girls from Wicklow, Kathleen Treacy, whilst visiting me in the jail at Wicklow a couple of days after my transfer then, informed me that there was a gentleman going around the comity wearing a Fáinne and stating that he was an officer from General Headquarters. He informed them in Wicklow town that he was sent down from G.H.Q. to reorganize the county and convene a meeting, for the purpose of appointing somebody to replace me and take reprisals for my arrest. I immediately got suspicions, as I had never notified G.H.Q. of my arrest, nor had any notice of my arrest appeared in the press and I told her to let the lads outside know and be extra cautious.

Witness: Matt J. Kavanagh, OC East Wicklow Brigade, IRA, 1920

 

Aug 1, 1921 (FJ)

Parish of Greystones...5s. Miss E. Treacy...

 

Aug 7, 1922 (FJ)

Parish of Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow...2s...Thomas Tracey...

 

1922 Army Census

 

Edward Tracey; 19; Volunteer, Infantry, home address: Towsons Cottages, Bray, Co. Wicklow, 3840 Pay no: 34394, Joined: 14/9/22 Curragh Camp, single, RC, Next of kin: father, Next of kin: Mr. Edward Tracey, Towsons Cottage, Bray, Co. Wicklow.; Ballyfair (Kildare); download file

 

Francis Tracey; 21; Pte, Transport, home address: Towson Cottage, Bray, Co. Dublin,  31659 Pay no: 33779, Joined: 6th Aug 1922 Dunlaoghaire, single, RC, Next of kin: mother, Next of kin: Mrs. Pauline Tracey, Tousin Cottage Bray Co Dublin.; Portobello Barracks, Rathmines (Dublin); download file

 

Richard Tracey; 38; Vol., Engineers, home address: 6 Well Lane, Arklow,  VR 2683 Pay no: 343442, Joined: 2/8/22 Curragh, married, RC, Next of kin: wife, Next of kin: Mrs Julia Tracey, 6 Well Lane, Arklow [Wicklow]; Engineer Barracks (Kildare); download file

 

August 11, 1923 An tÓglách

On the 1st inst. in the house of a man named Tracey, at Avoca, a military patrol came upon Tim Breen, an escaped prisoner, asleep. He awoke to find himself again in custody. Tracey and a man named Byrne, who is believed to have acted as guide to Breen, were also arrested.

 

27 August 1931

Declaration by Thomas William Green Quigley regarding the sale of at field in Monastery to Stephen Tracey; 2pp

MS 43,062/7 Powerscourt Papers NLI

 

US State Department records

Mrs Lillian Roche nee Tracey - 4 children - Roselle b 1916, Dora b 1919, Lillian b 1920, May born 1924; resides Botolph St, Boston, MA; her brother Patrick Tracey resides Ballinbarney, Co Wicklow date 1933-07-26

https://sites.google.com/site/irishgleanings/home/1-19-extracts-from-correspondence---part-19

 

1930s The Schools’ Collection - Wicklow

Shiela Tracey, pupil, Arklow Convent http://www.duchas.ie/en/ppl/shiela-tracey?con=CM

 

30 September 1939 Dungarvan Observer

...Newcastle freighter Hazleside...Among the dead is Denis Treacy of Meadow's Place. Arklow who was killed a shell. Aged 23, Mr. Treacy was unmarried...survivors landed at Schull [Cork]...

 

1940 London Wills

Anne Mary Treacy of Bell Rock Cottage Avoca county Wicklow spinster died 24 December 1939 at St Kerris Sanatorium Rathdrum Wicklow Probate London 18 June to Peter Treacy secretary and Winifred Mabel Treacy married woman. Effects £1038.19.2 in England.

 

 

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1933

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1935

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Phyllis Dixey

 

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1934

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1935

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Jack Tracy & Phyllis Dixey

 

John James (Jack) Tracey (1897 or 1903–1978), burlesque comedian and musician.

 

Sources on the internet states that he was the son of John Tracey, a Co. Wicklow lighthouse keeper and that after the death of his mother was raised in a convent before being sent, at the age of 5, to America.

 

In a report dated March 12, 1946 in the ‘Cincinnati Enquirer’ states that he was a Greenwich Village night club comic and trombonist with Ben Bernie's Orchestra. It would appear that he also had a stage career as a dancer, and has been credited with being the human model for the Mickey Mouse and Popeye films.

 

Around 1931, he began performing as a duet with Lita Vinette as ‘Tracy and Vinette’ along the east coast of the USA, describing themselves as a duo who provide considerable laughter with their songs, dances and humour. In 1933, the act began playing in England using the tagline ‘The sap and the swell dame’. In October, the following review appeared in Variety:

 

“Sep 18 Palladium London To create atmosphere, the regular Palladium gals, were darkened up for the occasion, with another white act, Tracy and Vinette, also American, likewise assuming a dark tint...Tracy and Vinette, who laid ant egg some, weeks ago at Leicester Square on their English debut, have Improved beyond recognition. Team came in when laughs were needed badly and cleaned up. They now seem to be a safe standard act here...Tracy and Vinette were the outstanders. Business was surprisingly bad, with audience in unreceptive mood.”

 

In 1935, they were employed by Concordia Films to make a film in Yugoslavia in which

Vinette, aged 24, playing an old witch aged 68. The title was stated as 'Pepino,' but may have been released in 1937 as ‘The Robber Symphony’, which was shot at Shepperton Studios.

 

In September 1935, the act was playing in Sidney Australia, and was described as ‘the funniest duo In years’ and ‘Just one long loud laugh’. Also playing on the same bill was Phyllis Dixey.

 

4 September 1935 The West Australian

Impressed By Loyalty In Britain. American Dancer's Varied Interests.

Although Miss S. [or L] Vinette, who passed through Fremantle by the Baradine yesterday, has spent only two years in England she has quite fallen in love with both the country and the people. 'I was amazed,' she said, 'at the expressions of loyalty and the obviously sincere love of the people for the royal family. To me — an American — it seemed like something out of a fairy tale. Somehow one cannot imagine such a feeling prevailing in America.' Accompanied by her sister, 'who acts as a chaperone,' she explained, her partner, Mr. J. Tracy, and other theatricals. Miss Vinette is bound for Melbourne under contract to the Tivoli Theatre. Speaking of her work, Miss Vinette regretted that the public did not appreciate the type of work she preferred, such as ballet and the better class of music, on the vaudeville stage. 'But I have to give them what they want,' she added philosophically, 'so I sing modern 'scat' songs and act as a foil to Mr. Tracy, who Is a comedian. 'Scat' songs, she explained in answer to an inquiry, are those sung in the style of Cab Calloway, the dance band conductor — loud, rather harsh and ac companied by strange antics. Work for the Films. Born in New York, Miss Vinette stated that she had been on the stage for the past 13 years. 'I do everything except tap dancing and I refused to learn it — it does not appeal to me at all.' For the past two years she has been touring England and is looking forward to seeing Australia. A considerable amount of film work stands to her credit, both in America, where she did dance sequences for various films, and England, where, before sailing, she had completed a new film called 'Pepino' for the Shepparton Studios. 'It is the first of Its type, being rather fantastical, the music depicting the actions of the players,' she explained. It was interesting to learn from Miss Vinette that her partner was the original of Micky Mouse. 'Years ago,' she said, 'before experiments were made with animated cartoons, the Paramount Studios were seeking a comedian from whom they could glean an idea of the possibilities of various antics for which Micky Mouse is now famous. Mr. Tracy was selected and carried out numerous tests. He filled the same role when 'Pop-Eye the Sailor Man' was first thought of.' A Quiet Life. Apart from her work, Miss Vinette prefers a quiet life. For exercise she goes riding regularly three times a week and also plays golf. 'I have never developed a passion for swimming,' she added, but was assured that this would come after a summer in Australia. Keenly interested in seeing everything there was to see, Miss Vinette and her sister were hurrying off the boat to spend the few hours before sailing in Perth. 'I cannot understand people who take no interest in the various ports of call,' she remarked. 'I am sure we are going to love Australia and were pleasantly surprised this morning to receive telegrams of welcome from the management in Melbourne — it seemed such a friendly action.'

 

 

In June 1936, it was reported that Jack Tracey and partner, Lita Vinette, have parted company after their Tivoli tour, and Tracey now working Brit vaudeville with a new girl. Jack said he had come to Australia for a change.

 

Jack and Phyllis Dixey began touring in a dual variety act and on 8 December 1938 they were married at Raynes Park register office, Merton. The couple, who had no children, lived at 10 Fairbourn Road, Brixton, and at Wentworth Court, Surbiton, before moving in the early 1940s to Strand Lodge, Epsom. Jack was a shade over five foot, and some commentators have speculated on how he developed his relationship with Phyllis and also his wandering ways.

 

In October 1939, Tracey and Dixey were doing “The Sap and the Swell Dame” routine billing it as ‘first appearance in this country’. They then conceived a new routine and this time it was a fan dance and in November of 1939 at the Tivoli Theatre in Hull Phyllis performed her new routine. The report in the ‘Cincinnati Enquirer’ states that it Jack’s idea that Phyllis would make an ideal subject for an experiment in British reaction to the sort of thing he had seen Gypsy Rose Lee do back in the USA Jack 'Snuffy' Tracy was her husband, agent, and sometimes accompanist double act which featured gags, songs, music and a statuesque showgirl whose embonpoint he would become stuck in. Jack played trombone, but not quite so well. He was, however, adept at making rude noises with it, which proved surprisingly popular over the years.

 

Their great years were the war years. From July 1942 Dixey appeared at London's Whitehall Theatre in a series of popular revues, beginning with All's Fair (July 1942). In the following April, Tracy and Dixey leased the theatre to produce and star in Step out with Phyllis and Goodnight, Ladies! (March and December 1943), followed by Peek-a-Boo! and Peek-a-Boo Again! (May 1944 and July 1945). Billed as ‘England's popular pin-up girl’, Dixey also directed the Peek-a-Boo! revues,

 

After the war they faced the challenge of rival troupes, some offering increasingly explicit shows, and the decline of the appeal of variety theatre. In 1949 she took her act to Scandinavia, repeating the tours until 1954 though with declining levels of success and financial return. Indeed, on the final tour the performers' return to England was possible only with a loan from the British consul in Oslo. In June 1954 she was fined £5 by Scunthorpe magistrates for public indecency. In February 1957 she and Tracy were charged with failing to pay their performers during an earlier show. In 1959, they declared themselves bankrupt.

 

In November 1960 Phyllis moved, without her husband, to live at The Retreat, the home of her maternal uncle at 45 Downs Wood, Tattenham Corner, Epsom. Four months later she was diagnosed with breast cancer and, in the final months of her life, converted to Roman Catholicism. Phyllis Dixey died at The Retreat, Tattenham Corner, on 2 June 1964

 

Jack found work as a golf course steward, remarried in 1966 and lived in Surbiton until his death on 11 October 1978.

 

British Pathé:

‘Meet Phyllis Dixey’ 1944 http://www.britishpathe.com/video/meet-phyllis-dixey

 

Films:

The Robber Symphony (1937) ...Jack Tracy (The Bassoon Player)...Vinette (Fortune Teller)...

The One and Only Phyllis Dixey (1978) Lesley-Anne Down as Phyllis and Chris Murney as Jack. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcf99J2LrCw

 

Ref:

Charles Nevin (2010) Jack: Stories of Britain’s Favourite Name. Random House.

http://www.epsomandewellhistoryexplorer.org.uk/Dixey.html

 

 

 

 FAMILY HISTORIES

 

 

Ellen Maguire  b. 15 May 1851 County Wicklow, Ireland  d. 17 Mar 1914 Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  (d. of Andrew Treacy  b. Wicklow, Ireland  & Catharine Coughlin  b. Wicklow, Ireland)

marital status: Single 

Informant: John J Maguire (son) 34 Sigd St

occupation: housekeeper 

street address: 340 So. 19th St., 7th Ward  Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa. 

burial: Mar 1914 Cathedral Cem. Philadelphia

 

Eleanor Tracey m. Robert Gillin(g) 1/2/1826 or 11/11/1826, St. Peters CI Dublin Wit: John Flynn & Jane Gilling

Migration and Settlement in the Ottawa, Canada area in the 1800's

Robert Gillie & Elenor Tracy were married in Dublin Ireland February 1st 1826, per the research I had done there.  Don't know if they lived in Dublin or Wicklow.  Am planning to get some additional research there on Elenor. 

1874, May 20, aged 70 (or 62), Eleanor, wife of Robert Gillie, and mother of James Gillie of Henry Street

21 May 1878:  Buried, Robert Gillie, widower of the late Eleanor Tracy/Treacy (of Wicklow) Died 18 May, age 76 years.

http://www.bytown.net/gillierobert.htm

 

Elizabeth Tracy (Wiclow) m. Thomam Holden, Holy Cross, Liverpool England. 19th Century.

 

George Tracy of Wicklow m. Mary Williams of Tralee 4 April 1807 (CoI Tralee, Kerry)

 

George Tracey (b. abt 1800 Wicklow) married Mary Bower (b. abt 1804 Cork)

Margaret Tracey (b. 15/11/1826 cork d. 5/5/1898 Houghton, MI) married Michael John Finnegan 1844 Killarney Co. Kerry (LDS)

Julia b. 27 April 1852 [or 1832] RC Killarney Kerry (LDS)

 

Jeremiah T. Finnegan.

Jeremiah T. Finnegan, one of the best known lawyers of Houghton County, is a prominent resident of the city of Hancock. He was born at Cliff Mine, in Cliff township, Houghton (now Keweenaw) County, Michigan, in 1850, and was one of eight children born to his parents, Michael and Margaret (Tracey) Finnegan, both natives of Ireland. Michael Finnegan was born in Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland, in 1819. Coming to this country early in life, he located at Copper Harbor June 20, 1846…

Biographical record; this volume contains biographical sketches of leading citizens of Houghton, Baraga and Marquette Counties, Michigan

 

James Tracy & Elizabeth Byrne

Lawrence b. 6 January 1822 Wicklow m. Ann Foley 13 January 1849 Schuylkill Co. Penn

Children

  1. Has ChildrenVaronica TRACY b: between 1853 & 1855 in MI
  2. Has No ChildrenAnnie M. TRACY b: ABT 1857 in MN
  3. Has No ChildrenEllen TRACY b: ABT 1860 in MN
  4. Has No ChildrenElizabeth TRACY b: ABT 1862 in MN
  5. Has No ChildrenMary F. TRACY b: ABT 1864 in MN
  6. Has No ChildrenJames A. TRACY

Tracy, Lawrence, (page 1014), farmer, is a native of County Wicklow, Ireland, where he was born January 6, 1822. He was second of six children born to James and Elizabeth Byrne Tracy, who died in their native land. Previous to his coming to this country (1846) the subject of our sketch spent five years as engineer, and for four years followed that business in Pennsylvania. January 13, 1849, he wedded Ann Foley, of Schuylkill county, Pennsylvania. This marriage has been blessed with nine children, six of whom are living: Mrs. Veronica McGinn, of Minneapolis; James A.; Mrs. Ann McGinn, of Minneapolis; Ellen, a teacher of this county; Mrs. Elizabeth Fox; Mary F. From Pennsylvania Mr. Tracy went, in 1850, to the copper mines of northern Michigan, where he mined until 1856, when he settled in the town of Pell (now Oakwood), Wabasha county, being one of the early pioneers of that part of the county. In the fall of 1858 he moved to West Albany, where he has since lived. He and his wife are members of the Catholic church. In politics he is independent, supporting the men and principles of which his judgement approves. He has been often called to the public service, being a member of the first county board of supervisors; later was township treasurer four years, and for sixteen years has held the office of assessor. He is a man of intelligence, has at times contributed to the local papers, and is one of the leading citizens of the community.
Also from this book it says:
The town of Tracy was so named by Mr. Lakey, superintendent of the road, in honor of Lawrence Tracy, on whose farm the station was established. Since 1878 the Mazeppa Mill Company has been buting wheat at this place.

"HISTORY OF WABASHA COUNTY" Compiled by Dr. L. H. Bunnell Published Chicago by H. H. Hill, Publishers, 1884

 

Maria Treacy (d. of John Treacy & Elizabeth Connor of Co. Wicklow) of Belgrave Square m. Edward O Brien (s. of Edward O Brien & Elizabeth Kavanagh of County Kilkenny) of 2 Bolton Court on 7 May 1882 Wit: Michael Brien of Limphbourtown & Bridget McGovern of Droheda http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/rathmines_mf_1882-1906_ma_0034.pdf

 

Alice Tracey (d. of John Tracey & Hannah Wickham of Co. Wicklow) of 53 Mabbot St m. Samuel Carson (s. of Robert Carson & Catherine Bannon of 18 Lr Gardiner St) of 18 Lr Gardiner St on 8 October 1879 Wit: William Waldon of 53 Mabbot St & Mary Anne Watson of 53 Mabbot St

 

Patrick & Mary Trac(e)y

John Tracy (b. circa 1819) of Dublin m. Anne Lachlan (b. 1820) d. of James & Dorothea Lachlan, both dead, of Wicklow

Anne Tracey (b. circa 1823)

Alfred arrived 29 Jan 1842, NSW (Bounty immigrants)

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

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

Came under protection of brother John

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

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

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

 

Laurence Tracey & Eliza Byrne (LDS)

Mary b. 10 Jun 1871

 

Luke Treacy (LDS)

William Treacy b. 1813 d. 28 Jan 1888

 

Mary Tracy m. Laurence Neill about 1847

 

Maria Tracy & Thoma Williams

Sarah Williams bapt. 24 November 1857 (from Wicklow now in America) Sp. Joanne Mooney & Ellenora Tracy. St Michaels & John RC, Dublin.

 

George McCann & Jane Harrold
Andrew b. 1 December 1839 Sp: Morgan Tracey & Sarah Murphy

 

Patrick Tracey (b. 1863 Co. Wicklow d. November 19, 1918 in Bombala, NSW) m. of Amy Constance Cootes December 30, 1891 in St. Matthias' Church of England, Bombala, NSW

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Tracey-462

 

Anne Tracy (d. of Thomas Tracy & Mary McCarthy of Co. Wicklow) of 5 Uxbridge Terrace m. Christopher Webb (s. of Patrick Webb & Mary Tynch [Lynch] of 7 Gordans Place) of 7 Gordans Place on 9 February 1890 Wit: James Crowley of 2 Danten? Terrace & Elizabeth Quigley of 70 Waterloo Road  http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/rathmines_mf_1882-1906_ma_0063.pdf

 

Sara Tracey (d. of Guli Tracey & Sara of 17 Bwaite St) of 17 B Waite St m. Bernardus Dowling [or Doolan/Doolen] (s. of Michl Dowling & Eliza of Hollywood [Wicklow?]) of 17 B Waite St on 18 September 1859 Wit: Thos Lyons of 101 Francis St & Esther Tracey of 17 Bwaite St. St. Catherines, Dublin.

 

William Tracey

Can anyone look up birth record for William Tracey, born circa. 1870 in County Wicklow, Ireland. His father was Patrick Tracey (may also have been spelt Treacy) and Mary (surname - unknown). Many thanks!

Regards - Lynn Ceney lynnceney1 9 Jan 2010

 

 

 Aghold (CoI)

 

Church of Ireland records for the Carlow area

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

 

Aghold is included in the Carlow records.

 

Catherine Tracy of Colhuma? m. Robt Cummins of Lany parish of Barrow? on 6 September 1805. Aghold Parish View Register

 

Jane Tracey of Aghold m. Joseph Chamney of Aghold on 6 May 1837, Aghold Parish, Wicklow View Register

 

Jane Tracey (b. abt 1801 d. 6 September 1848 Ramsay Lanark ON) m. Joseph Chamney emigrated from Co Wicklow. 

Children:

Has ChildrenRebecca CHAMNEY b: 27 Apr 1838

Henrietta CHAMNEY b: Abt 3 Jan 1842 in (Wicklow) Ireland

John CHAMNEY

Joseph (d. 31 Aug 1855) and Jane (d. 05 Sep 1849) and are buried St George's Anglican Church, Con.l, Lot 16, Ramsay Twp.   lmclean@sasktel.net 

 

Burial of John Tracy of Munny, aged 38, on 23 April 1844. Aghold Parish View Register

 

 

 Arklow - See also north Wexford.

 

William Pearson & Mary Jordan of Arklow

John Person b. 24/24 July 1854 Sp James Kelly & Anne Tracy

 

Cath Tracy & Michael Byrne of Ballyduff [Arklow]

Wm Byrne b. 17/22 Apriol 1831 Sp. Jas Brien & Mary Tracy

Mary Byrne b. 20/20 Oct 1834 Sp Jno Curran & Mary Redmond

Cath Byrne b. 9/8 Dec 1837 Sp Jas & Bridget Tracy

 

Catherine Tracy to Daniel Doyle wit Thomas Redmond & Sarah Doyle 28 Jan 1846

Cath Tracy & Daniel Doyle of Arklow

Edward Doyle b. 30/31 March 1847 Sp. Thomas Kavanagh & Mary Tracy

 

Matthew Corrin & Catherine Redmond of Arklow

Matthew Corrin b. 19/19 April 1847 Sp Owen Byrne & Catherine Tracy

Laurence Walaghan to Ellen Molloy wit Michael Murphy & Catherine Tracy 11 Aug 1856

 

Maria Tracy of Arklow (d. of Dyonothai & Maria of Arklow) married Johannis Shee of Arklow (s. of Patricii & Honoria of Arklow) Wit: Daniel Stewart of Arklow & Maria Finnerdy of Arklow 22 June 1863

 

Patrick Murphy to Mary Mitton alias Neill wit Denis Tracy & Mary Kavanagh 1850’s?

 

Edward Tracy & Anne Kenny of Arklow

Catharine Tracy b. 8 May 1851 Sp. Michael Tracy & Mary Kenny. Arklow Parish

Winifred Tracy b. 20/22 Oct 1853 Sp Thomas Condon & Mary Tracy

 

John Clancy to Julia Clacy wit Edward Tracy & Esther Clancy 25 Oct 1848

 

Eliza Tracy to Michael Murray wit Alexander Keogh & Mary Kelly 16 Jan 1854

Elizabeth/Eliza Tracy & Michael Murray of Arklow

Maria Murray b. 5 April 1858 Sp. Matthew Neill & Julia Tracy

Andreas Murray b. 29 April 1861 Sp. Maria Brien

Johanna Murray b. 27 Oct 1863 Sp. Maria Cahill

Julia Murray b. 11 Jun 1865 Sp. Gulielena Butler & Rosa Kinsella

Rosanna Murray b. 1 sep 1868 Sp. Elleonera MacDonnell

Alexander Murray b. 26 Feb 1872 Sp. Michael Long & Eliza Moreton

Catharina Murray b. 23 Feb 1875 Sp. Gulielimus Wolehan & Rosa Fitzwilliam

 

Elizabeth Murray (d. of Eliza Tracey & Michael Murray of Arklow) of 41 Mt Joy Square m. James Conway on 17 November 1885. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

 

Eliza Tracy to Patrick Neille wit James Neille & Catherine Doolan 20 Oct 1851

Eliza Tracy & Patrick Neille of Arklow

Henry Neille b. 10/10 Nov 1848 Sp Mary Fitzwilliam (illegitimite)

Henry Neille b. 25 Sep 1852 Sp James Keane & Mary Neille

 

Jas Hunt & Rose Roche of Moriagarra

Thos Hunt 20 July  1829 Sp. Jas doyle & Eliza Tracy

Patrick McDonnell & Elizabeth Walker of Arklow

Patrick Mc Donnell b. 14/14 June 1850 Sp William Hand & Elizabeth Tracy

 

Ellen Tracy to Henry Tyrrell wit Laurence Wocoghan? & Eliza Hely 19 Jan 1847

 

Jas Tracy to Eliza Bulger Wit Matw Brien & Briget Byrne 20 Jun 1818 Arklow Parish

 

Michael Tracy of Arklow (Clonraney crossed out) (s. of Jacobi & Elizabeth of Clonranny) married Maria Hanagan alias Beakey of Nockinree (d. of Edwardi & Elleonora of Nockinree) Wit: Michael Tracy of Arklow & Anna Troy of Arklow (prius conjunctus do [Both]) 1 Feb 1863

 

Jacobus Tracy of Arklow (s. of Jacobu & Bridgida of Arklow) married Bridgitta Byrne of Arklow (d. of Terentii & Winifreda of Arklow) Wit: Michael Long of Arklow & Maria Anna McCormack of Arklow 3 Oct 1859

Jacobo Tracy/Treacy & Bridgidia Byrne of Arklow

Bridgita Tracy b. 14 Sept 1860 Sp. Miletis Byrne & Marua Anna McCandish

Jacobus Tracy b. 1 Sept 1862 Sp. Jacobo Byrne & Marianna Smyth

Miletius Tracy b. 11 Oct 1864 Sp. Mattheo Williams & Eliz elle Donnell - Myles b. 12 Oct 1864 Arklow (LDS) [State Reg Marriage: Myles Tracy, Rathdrum Jul - Sep 1899 Volume Number: 2 Page Number: 868] [see 1901 & 1911 census]

Hi,

My Nan, Mary Ann Kenny was born Mary Ann Carty (Carthy) and I was struggling to find them in Arklow as they are scattered, living in Grandparents house etc. 

I knew her parents names and knew she had a sister called Bridget and found her her married to Myles Treacy in 1899, Rathdrum. Once I knew this I could identify her Grandparents living in the same street in 1901.

I have enjoyed reading on your site about the family she married into and have a new addition to my family tree.

My Nan and her husband moved with the children to Liverpool in the mid 1930s.

Best wishes

Jim Kenny 19 September 2015

Johannes Tracy b. 12 Fen 1867 Sp. Martinis Rowan & Martha Byrne - John b. 12 Feb 1867 Arklow (LDS)

Winifreda Maria Tracy b. 7 Feb 1870 Sp. Jacobus & Elleonora Shelton

Maria Winifreda Tracy b. 2 April 1871 Sp. Johannes Tyrrell & Maria Gaffney - Winifred b. 29 Mar 1871 (LDS)

Terentius/Terence Treacy b. 27 July 1874 Sp. Henricius Kennedy & Brigida Kavanagh (LDS)

1901 Census St John The Baptist Cardiff Wales

Terence Tracey, 26, Head, b. Ireland [Marriage: Terence Tracey Cardiff Glamorganshire 1896]

Mary Tracey, 25, wife, b. Ireland

James Tracey, 3, son, b. Cardiff, Glamorganshire

Terence Tracey, 0, son, b. Cardiff, Glamorganshire 

20th February 1908 Evening Express

Cardiff Rigger Killed. Terence Tracey, 2. South Luton-place, a chargeman rigger, was killed at Hills' Dry Dock. Cardiff, on Wednesday. Tracey was engaged in rigging tackle on board the steamship Ermouth, when he fell to the bottom of the after-hold, death being almost instantaneous.

 

Jacobo Tracy & Marianna Cassell? of Arklow

Anna Tracy b. 8 Dec 1866 Sp. Patrico Brien & Gracilda Loughlin

 

Bridgitta Tracey (d. of Jacobi Tracey & Margaritae Flood of Ballytore? [Kildare] ) of 27 Charlotte St m. Joannes Mac Donnell (s. of Danielis Mac Donnell & Mariae of Arklow) of Kingstown on 2 June 1861 Wit: Edward Mullen of Kingstown & Bridget Mac Donnell of Kingstown

 

Laurentis Treacey of Arklow (s. of Jacobi? & Brigid of Kilpatrick) married Judith Kingmill alias Mulligan of Arklow (d. of Edwardi & Anna? of Croghan) Wit: Carlos Loughlin of Arklow & Julia Howard of Arklow 21 Nov 1880

 

James Treacy & Mary Kearon (LDS) (see cemetery entry below)

Jane b. 3 Mar 1878 Knockenree (Arklow or Castlemacadam)

 

James Neill m. Anne Doyle 5 October 1847 Wit: James Tracy & Mary Molloy Arklow

Louis Byrne to Bridget Neille Wit James Tracy & Mary Molloy 5 Nov 1847

John Keogh x, full, bach., svt., ballykillageer, Farrell Keogh, schoolmaster; Mary Bryen, full, sp., svt., monyglogh, Luke Bryen, lab., dec. 4, 1867 wit: Japes Tracey x & Ellen Brien x, wits.

 

Pat Brennan & Mary Fitzwilliam of Mongan [Arklow]

Joanna Fitzwilliam b. 25/23 March 1831 Sp. Jas Tracy & Eliza Fitzwilliam

Pat Kelly & Bridget Toole of Shersoen?

Jno Kelly b. 8/6 Oct 1831 Sp Jas Tracy & Mary Wonlagham

Patrick Carty & Anne Ryan of Monaglough

Bernard Carty b. 29/27 Jan 1843 Sp James Tracy & maria Ryan

 

John Treacy m. Elizabeth Connor wit Bryan Connor & Cath Treacy 2 Mar 1840

John Tracy & Elizabeth/Eliza Connors

Mary Tracy b. 11/11 April 1841 Sp Bryan Connor & Margaret Dunne of Little Rock [Rock Little, Arklow]

John Tracy b. 22/21 Dec 1842 Sp. Matthew Connors & Mary Anne Tracy of Curranstown [Arklow]

Michael Tracy b. 6/3 Sep 1845 Sp John Jones & Mary Anne Bulger of Rock [Arklow]

 

John Tracy to Anne Kavanagh wit: Michael & Mary Kavanagh 27 July 1841 Arklow Parish

John Tracy & Anne Kavanagh of Arklow

Michael Tracy b. 10/9 Oct 1845 Sp Morgan & Eliza Connor?

Daniel Tracy b. 9/9 May 1849 Sp Thomas Davis & Mary Condron

Elizabeth Tracy b. 14/14 Feb 1852 Sp John Hanagan & Elizabeth Davis

 

Joannes Treacy & Bridgida Toole of Arklow

Margarita Treacy b. 15 March 1881 Sp. Josephus Moore & Bridgida Toole

 

Danielis Tracey (s. of Johannes Tracey & Anna of Arklow) of 7 Doyles Lane Arklow m. Cecilia Breslin (d. of Matthew Breslin & Theresia of Arklow) of 36 Northumberland Rd on 14 October 1897 Wit: Jacobus & Maria Kirwan of 16 Northumberland Square. Haddington Road RC, Dublin.

 

Edwardis Tracy of Arklow (s. of Johannes & Staia of Arklow) married Elleonora Loughlin of Arklow (d. of Laurentius & Elleonera of Arklow) Wit Michael Kelly of Arklow & Maria Loughlin of Arklow 3 May 1869

Edward Tracy x, full, bach., fisherman, ark., (s. of John Tracy, labourer) m. Ellen Loughlin, minor, sp. , ark., (d. of Laurence Loughlin, lab.); by fredk. donovan, r.c.c. May 3, 1869 wit: mechl. kelly x & mary loughlin, witnesses.

Edward Tracy m. Ellen Loughlin, mino, 3 May 1869, JohnT/Laborer, LaurenceL/Laborer. Groom/Fisherman

Edwardus Tracey & Elleonora Loughlin of Arklow

Elleonora/Ellen Tracey b. 2 Oct 1873 Sp. Johannes Loughlin & Julia Shea (LDS)

 

Edwardus Tracy of Arklow (s. of Johannes & Maria of Arklow) married Anna Duffy of Arklow (d. of Edwardus & Frances of Arklow) Wit: Johannes Culleton of Arklow & Catharina Culleton of Arklow 7 Jan 1877

 

Jno Loughlin & Mary Kenny of Arklow

Mary Loughlin b. 2/1 Dec 1833 Sp. Jno Tracy & Eliza Hanlon

Patrick redmond & Mary Anne Doyle of Arklow

Mary b. 20/19 April 1843 Sp John Tracy & Margaret Doyle

Daniel Molloy & Mary Kirk of Arklow

John Molloy b. 4/3 April 1843 Sp John Tracy & Ellen Mernagh

James Bulger & Ellen Strong of Arklow

Margaret Bulger b. 2/1 June 1843 Sp John Tracy & Maria Byrne

Bryan Connor to Margaret Brien Wit John Tracy & Catherine Byrne 22 Nov 1847

Hugh Bolger & Margaret Connor of Arklow

Bridget Bolger b. 4/5 Sep 1852 Sp John Tracy & Mary Brien

 

Patrick Neille & Mary Keogh of Arklow

Patrick b. 29/29 Mar 1852 Sp James Brien & Julia Tracy

 

Laurence Tracy m. Margt Darcy wit Pat McKeanain & Cath Russell 12 January 1836 {Dispensatione prius frabita}

Laur Treacy & Mary Darcy of Monaglough

Margt b. 3/2 March 1838 Sp. James Shahan & Dorothy Darcy

Mary Tracy b. 15/18 June 1847 of Monaglough Sp. Catherine Darcy. Arklow Parish

 

Maria Tracy of Monaghlough (d. of Laurentis & Margarita of Monaghlough) married Georgius Redmond of Arklow (s. of Georgius & Judith of Arklow) Wit: Thomas Reid of Arklow & Elizabeth Kinsella of Arklow 10 Aug 1871

Maria Tracy/Tracey & Georgius Redmond of Arklow

Julianna Redmond b. 21 Dec 1872 Sp. Michael Redmond & Margarita Loughlin

Georgies Redmond b. 17 Feb 1875 Sp. Thomas & Maria Read (Redmond crossed out) (Note added: Matiumorium contianil? cum Elizabetha Redmond die 22nd April 1914 in ecclesii apud Tempilrainey?)

Julia Maria Redmond b. 11 Feb 1878 Sp. Jacobus Loughlin & Elizabeth Keogh (Note added: Matrium in continent cum Gulielimo Hapan die 15th Octobris 1913 in ecclium di Arklow? ??? ??? ???)

Maria Redmond b. 18/19 April 1880 Sp. Anthonius Carthy & Maria Cavanagh [double entry]

 

Laurence Tracy to Anne Meadows wit Joseph & Maria Byrne 30 Jul 1849

Laurence/ Laurentio Tracy & Anne/Anna Meadows of Arklow

James Tracy b. 30/30 Aug 1852 Sp Thomas Lalor & Bridget Tracy

Maria Tracy b. 22 Feb 1858 Sp. Jacobo Tracy & Maria Duffy

Johannes Tracy b. 23 May 1859 Sp. Johanne Sullivan & Maria Murphy

 

Laurence Tracy & Anne Methis of Ballintemple

Bridget Tracy b. 3/3 Sep 1850 Sp James Gaffney & Catherine Methis

 

Margt Tracy m. Thos Carthy wit Matw Murray & Mary Brien 29 Nov 1823

 

Margt Tray[?] m. Jno Keogh wit Wm Tray & Bridget Doyle 18 Feb 1833

Margt Tracy & Jno Keogh

Patr Keogh (illegite) b. 29 Dec 1832 bapt 1 January 1833 Sp Thos Doyle & Judith Farrel of Ballintemple

Sarah Keogh b. 21/21 Nov 1837 Sp. Jas & Cath Walsh of Monaglough

 

Matw Ryan & Judith Keogh of Monaglough [Wicklow]

Mary Ryan bapt. 9 sep 1818 Arklow Parish Sp. Jno Cleary & Margt Tracy

Jno Roche & Sarah Colclough of Monaglough

Eliza Roche bapt 18 July 1821 Sp. Michl Redmond & Margt Tracy

Wm Toole & Sara Hagan of Monaglough

Anne bapt 22 July 1821 Sp. Richd Brigtit & Marg Tracy

 

Martha Tracy & Daniel Donovan

I am searching for any information on my great grandfather Daniel Donovan. He died between 1905 and 1911 but I can't find any information on him. He married Martha Tracy (Tracey) on 1st July 1893. Also looking for information about any of their children Annie (born abt 1895), Marianne (Mary Anne) (born abt 1897) or Lawrence (born abt 1906) Any information would be gratefully received.

Daniel Donovan, Gregg's Hill, Fisherman (Aug 10) Arklow, An tInbhear Mor, and Parish

???[State Reg Marriage: Martha Treacy, Baltinglass, 2nd Quarter 1889 2 375]

 

Mary Tracy & John Flanagan

O'Brien and Flanagan families in Arklow, Wicklow Co. I'm looking for information on Miles O'Brien (born abt 1797) who married Esther Flanagan (born abt. 1809). Their children were James, Peter, Lawrence, Rosanna, Esther, and Julia who were all baptized in Arklow. Miles was a mariner and around 1840 moved his family to Boston, MA. Esther's parents were John Flanagan and Mary Tracy. Her siblings were Honor, Margaret and James Flanagan.
Karen O'Brien - 11:03pm Sep 13, 2010

 

Mary Treacy married Thomas Fitzgerald 8th Sep 1900

 

Mary Tracy m. Thomas Loughlin wit Patrick Doyle & Catherine Tracy 17 Sep 1843 Arklow Parish

 

Mary Tracy & Jas Lynch of Arklow

Mary & Elinor Lynch (twins) bapt 7 July 1825 Sp Wm White, Cathr Kearns & Mary Lynch

 

Mary Tracy m. Owen Murray wit Christr Murray & Bridget Brien 11 Oct 1818

Mary Tracy & Owen Murray

Sarah Murray bapt. 14 Dec 1819 of Monaglough Sp. Jas & Margt Tracy. Arklow Parish [Killahurler Wicklow]

Jno Murray bapt 31 Aug 1822 of Killahurler Sp Jno & Eliza Murray. Arklow Parish [Wicklow]

Margt Murray bapt 5 Aug 1823 of Killahurler Sp. Denis Fitzwilliam & Margt Brien. Arklow Parish

Jas Murray b. 13 August 1830 of Killahurler Sp Mary Brien. Arklow Parish

Mary Murray b. 15/14 Aug 1833 Sp Margt Bracken of Monaglough

Cath Murray  b. 22/21 Mar 1838 Sp. Jno Donohoe & Jane Boland of Monaglough

 

Maria Tracy/Treacy & Johanne/Daniele Shea of Arklow

Patricius Shea b. 28 Mar 1864 Sp. Michael Shea & Julia Tracy

Maria Shea b. 25 Mar 1866 Sp. Johanne Clarke & Elleonora Brien [Daniele]

Honoria Shea b. 15/16 Oct 1868 Sp. Lucas Byrne & Elleonora Moore.Arklow Parish

Timotheus Shea b. 17 Jan 1871 Sp. Timotheus Shea & Catharina Ivory

Michael Shea b. 8 May 1873 Sp. Edwardus Treacy & Anna Meyler

 

Mary Tracy & Michael Somers of Monalug [Monaglogh Killahurler]

Sara Anne Somers b. 9/8 Sep 1850 of Monalug [Monaglogh Killahurler] Sp James & Bridget Dorodall

James Somers b. 9/10 Mar 1856 of Ecawn [Arklow] Sp. Michael & Margaret Dempsy. Arklow Parish

 

Mary Tracy to John Toole wit Miles Kinsella & Mary Anne Tracey on the 9 Sep 1850 (tertio & quartto consang gradia dispento)

 

Mary Tracy & Jas Tyrrel of Arklow

John Tyrrel b. 15/18 Jun 1820 Sp. Thos Synnott & Margt Furlong. Arklow Parish

Michl Tyrrel bapt 29 Mar 1822 Sp. Mark Byrne & Mary Doyle

Mary & Ellinor Tyrrel (twins) b. 7 Jul 1825 Sp. Wm White, Cath Kearns & Mary Lynch. Arklow Parish

 

Charles Tompkin x, full, bach., lab., monaglough, Japes Tcmpken, farmer; Mary Byrne, full, sp., monaglough, Patrick Byrne, lab., nov. 24, 1866.  Wit: Thomas Carty x, & Mary Treasy (sic), Wits.

 

Jno & Margt Cavanagh of Arklow

Margt Cavanagh 14 Oct 1822 Sp. Edw Cavanagh & Mary Tracy

Michl Teraill? & Judith McDonnell of Ballintemple [Wicklow]

Bridget Teraill? b. 2/28 August 1832 Sp. jas Clarkam & Mary Tracy

John Kelly & Eliza Hickey of Arklow

Sarah Kelly b. 22/21 Sep 1848 Sp Thomas Waters & Mary Tracy

Matthew Nocter to Ellen Penrose Wit Bryan Connor & Mary Anne Tracy 20 May 1844

 

April 17, 1880 Freeman's Journal

Tracy and Doyle - April 15, by special licence, at the church of st. Joseph, Berkleley street by the Rev C Nolan, CC, Arklow, assisted by the Rev. P ??? CC Berkeley street, Matthew Tracy, ???, to Mary Jane, youngest daughter of the late John Doyle, Arklow.

 

Michl Tracy m. Judith Doyle wit Thos O Neill & Cath Tondlaun?/ Breslaun 3 March 1829

Michl Tracy & Judith Doyle of Arklow

Cathl Tracy b. 6 Feb 1830 Sp. Jms Neill & Anne Cormick? Arklow Parish

Mary Tracy b. 20/19 Nov 1832 Sp Esther Kelly?

 

Michael Tracy to Elizabeth Manifold wit Edward Golan & Sara Darcy 13 Jan 1846

Michael Tracy & Elisa/Elisabeth Manifold of Arklow

James Tracy b. 8/8 Oct 1848 Sp Michael Minnay & Mary Davis

Eliza Tracy 23/23 Aug 1850 b. Sp Peter Furlong & Mary Manifold

Mathew Tracy b. 1/1 Jan 1853 Sp Michael Manifold & Winifred Condon

Mary Tracy b. 16/16 June 1854 Sp. Daniel Kavanagh & Mary Tracy

Patrick Tracy b. 11/11 May 1856 Sp Thomas & Catherine Manifold

Catherine Tracy b. 14 December 1857 Sp. Johanne Furlong & Elleonora Manifold

 

Matius Treacey of arklow (s. of Michaelis & Elizabeth of Arklow) married Maria Ann? Doyle of Arklow (d. of Johannis & Elizabeth of Arklow) Wit: Gulielmus & Johanna Lawton of 20 Richmond Place North Circular Road Dublin 15 April 1880

 

John Claney & Julia Claney of Rock

Catherine Claney b.17/17 Sep 1854 Sp Michael & Hanah Tracy

 

Morgan Tracy m. Mary Fism wit thos Fism & Mary Kearns 8 Aug 1836

Morgan Tracy & Mary Fissne?/Finn of Arklow

Eliza b. 30/27 Aug 1837 Sp Jas Mulligan & Cath Tyrrell

John Tracy b. 10/5 May 1840 Sp Anthony Chatham & Rose Byrne

Judith Tracy b. 4/3 Feb 1843 Sp Richard Tracy & Ellen Kealing

 

Mary Tracy alias Finne to Alexander Keogh wit Richard Marshall, Robt Bolger & Catherine Finne 31 Jan 1853

 

Morgan Tracy & Mary Murray of Cooladangan [Arklow]

Sarah Tracy b. 29 March/2 April 1855 bapt 29 Sp Thomas & Rose Allen (illegitimate)

 

Morgano Tracy & Elizabetho Neopoleon? of Arklow

Ricardaii? Tracy b. 27 Mar 1862 bapt. 14 Nov 1865 Sp. Johanne Nolan & (Elleonara Hagan) (comment: Aditting Sub Con bap)

 

George Brown to Judith Finne wit Morgan Tracy & Catherine Loughlin 23 July 1849

George Geannell & Ellen Croughill of Arklow

Mary Geannell b. 27/20 April 1850 Sp Morgan Tracy & Anne Plunkett

 

Rose Tracy x, under age, sp., Ferrybank, (d. of Morgan Tracy, fisherman) m. Japes Kinsella x, full, bach., fisherman, Ark., (s. of John Kinsella, fisherman); Apr. 30, 1865 at St. Patrick's Ovoca, R.C. Chapel. Wit: Michael Colvin, And Eliza Whelan x, witnesses. By P. S

 

Patrick Tracy m. Sarah/Sara Brien wit Valentine & Joanna Brien 10 May 1834

Patk Tracy & Sarah Brien of Cooldangan [Cooladangan Arklow]

Cath Tracy b. 1/2 Feb 1835 Sp. Valentine Brien & Mary Anne Tracy

Michael Tracy b. 2 October 1837 Sp David Condren & Joanna Brien

Denis Tracy b. 19/16 Jan 1840 Sp William Brien & Anne Kavanagh of Arklow

James Tracy b. 28/28 Jun 1843 Sp Patrick Dunne & Elizabeth Brien

Mary Tracy b. 25/24 May 1847 Sp Edward tracy & Mary Toole of Arklow

 

Catharina Tracy of Arklow (d. of Patriaii & Sarah of Arklow) married Michael Murphy of Arklow (s. of Thomas & Maria Anna of Arklow) Wit: Patricius Kinsela of Arklow & Maria Neile of Arklow 3 Feb 1862

 

Michael Tracy of Arklow (s. of Patricii & Sarah of Arklow) married Sarah Byrnes of Clones (d. of Patricii & Julia of Clones) Wit: Jacobus Brien of Cooladangan & Eliza Byrne of Clone 8 Jan 1865

Michael Tracy, full, bach., sailor, Arklow, (s. of Patrick Tracy, fisherman) m. Sarah Byrne, full, sp., Clones, (d. of Patrick Byrne, farmer) by James Redmond, Parish Priest of Arklow, Jan. 8, 1865 at Castletown, Coolgreny R.C Chapel. Wit: James 0 Brien & Eliza Byrne, witnesses.

Michaell Tracy (s. of Patrick Tracy) m. Sarah Byrne (d. of Patrick Byrne) 08 Jan 1865 Coolgraney, Wexford, Ireland. [Not listed in State Registration]

Michael Tracy/Treacy & Sarah/Sara Byrne of Arklow/Flash

Patricius/Patrick Tracy b. 17/18 Dec 1865 Sp. Johanne Byrne & Catharina Murphy (LDS)

Dyonisius/Denis Tracy b. 20 Mar 1867 Sp. Jacobus Tracy & Eliza Kearon (LDS)

Jacobus Tracy b. 25/28 Oct 1869 Sp. Dyonisius Kavanagh & Maria Tracy (LDS)

Johannes Tracy b. 10 July 1871 Sp. Johannes Byrne & Maria O Brien (LDS)

Mary b. 29 Mar 1873 (LDS)

Gulelmus/William Treacy b. 4 April 1875 Sp. Hugh & Elizabeth Byrne (LDS)

Michael treacy b. 10 Mar 1877 Sp. Valentinus Brien & Marianna Kavanagh (LDS)

Michael Treacy, full age, batchelor, labourer, of Arklow, (s. of Michael Treacy, sailor) married Mary Byrne, full age, spinster, of Ballinakill [Wexford], (d. of John Byrne, farmer) Wit: Edward Byrne & Katie Keane on the 30 June 1910 RC church of St. Mary Star of the Sea Riverchapel [Courtown] [see 1911 Census Arklow]

Edwardus Tracy b. 13 Jun/Jul 1879 Sp. Josepha & Maria Murray (Flash) (LDS)

Gulielmus (Mich crossed out) Tracy & Sarah Byrne of Arklow

Maria Tracy b. 29 Mar 1873 Sp. Jacobus & Elleonara O Brien

 

Mary Tracey (d. of Patricii Tracey & Sarah of Arklow?) of 6 Marlboro Place m. Jacobus Murphy (s. of Thomas Murphy & Mariannae of 23 Michans? Place) of 22 Marlboro Place on the 8 February 1874 Wit: Michael Murphy & Cath Murphy of Marlboro Place. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

Mary Tracey & James Murphy

Maria Anna Murphy b. 18 March 1875 of Marlborough Place Sp. Catharina Murphy. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

Thomas Murphy b. 3 October 1876 of Marlboro Place 23 Sp. Maria Mangan [Murphy?] & Michaele Murphy. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

Sara Murphy b. 27 August 1878 of 22 Marlboro Place Sp. Patricio Clarke & Marianna Clarke. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

Patrick Murphy b. 13 May 1880 of 22 Marlboro Pce Sp. Anne Wright. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

George Murphy b. 2 February 1882 of 6 Marlboro Place Sp. Denis Tracey & Mary Josephine Sloane. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

Catherine Murphy b. 11 February 1884 of 6 Marlboro Place Sp. Joseph Murphy & Mary Murphy. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

Catherine Murphy b. 7 October 1886 of 6 Marlboro Place Sp. Frances Starkey. Pro-Cathedral Dublin.

 

Pat Tracy & Mary Kavanagh/Cavanagh of Arklow

Jno Tracy bapt 7 May 1819 Arklow Parish Sp. Jno Byrne & Anne Farrel

Anne Tracy bapt 13 December 1821 Sp. Danl Cavanagh & Anne Neil

Thos Tracy bapt 21 Aug 1824 Sp. Wm Carrol & Cathr Cavanagh

 

Patricius Treacey? & Dorathea Kavanagh of Abbet St Arklow

Catharina Treacy? b. 13 April 1880 Sp. Jacobis Donnelly & Elizabeth Hagan (Note added: Matriunmium cintanil cum Petritus Bolger die 20nd Novembris 1912 in ecclis paroch de Arklow. Joang Mannighe)

 

Michael Tracy of Kiltegan [Wicklow] (s. of Patritius & Catharina of Liscoleman [Wicklow]) married Maria Keogh of Glenogue [Inch Wexford] (s. of Patritius & Anna of Glenogue) Wit: Patritius Tracy of Galway & Brigida Kavanagh of Cashan. Arklow Parish 6 Aug 1874

 

Henry Byrne & Mary Blakely of Arklow

Margt Byrne bapt 14 May 1819 Arklow Parish Sp. Pat Tracy & Ann Byrne

Mathew Summers & Sarah Shringen of Ballinabanoge [Arklow]

Nichs bapt 17 July 1821 Sp. Pat Tracy & Margt Neil

Wm Hunt & Cathr Kinsela of Kilmurray [Arklow Wicklow]

Wm Hunt bapt 25 Sep 1828 Sp. Pat & Mary Tracy

Edwd & Elinor Doyle of Arklow

Jas Doyle b. 4/11 Feb 1831 Sp Pat & Dorcas Tracy [Tacy?]

Philip Miclliall & Mary Doyle of Arklow

Wm Miclliall b. 31/31 Aug 1835 Sp Pat Tracy & Eliza Doyle

 

Richard Tracy & Mary Needham of Arklow

Morgan Tracy b. 14/15 Jan 1853 Sp Joseph Manifold & Winifred Davis

 

Richd Tracy & Anne Nolan of Arklow

Edwd Tracy b. 10 March 1836 Sp. Mary Fagan. Arklow Parish

 

Richard Tracy & Martha Sanders of Arklow

Sara b. 20/7 April 1842 Sp Michael McDaniel & Mary Kavanagh

 

Eliza Tracy of Arklow (d. of Richardi & Maria of Arklow) married Timotheus Esmonde of Arklow (s. of Michaelis & Catherina of Arklow) Wit: Patricius Brien of Arklow & Rosa Chatham of Arklow 16 Feb 1863

Eliza Tracy/Treacy & Timothea Esmonde of Arklow.

Michael esmonde b. 1 June 1863 Sp Georgio Brown & Eliza Chathann

Ricardus Esmonde b. 8 Jun 1865 Sp. Johanne Boland & Marianna Smyth

Timotheus Esmonde b. 2 Aug 1868 Sp. Daniel Rowan & Eliza Smyth

Daniel Esmonde b. 10 Jan 1870 Sp. Gulielmus Rowan & Anna Chatham

Morganus esmonde b. 18 Jan 1871 Sp. Thomas Kearns & Brigida Keogh

Maria Esmonde b. 22 Sep 1874 Sp. Jeremiah Tracy & Hannah Pyne

Timotheus Esmonde b. 28 May 1877 Sp. Jacobus Prestage & Maria Ellis

Johanne Esmonde b. 20 Nov 1879 Sp. Josephus & Catharina Ellis

Laurentius Esmonde b. 14 Nov 1880 Sp. Bernardus Rowan & Elizabeth Ellis

Eliza Tracy m. Timothy Esmond b c1835

Richard Esmond b c1865 Arklow, Co. Wicklow Ireland

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Philip Hackett to Winfred Reynolds wit Richard Tracy & Judith Flood 28 Feb 1848

 

Rosa Tracy & Jacobus Kinsella of Arklow

Johannes Kinsella b. 25 Sep 1868 Sp. Edwardus White & Julia Tracy

Julia Kinsella b. 11 July 1871 Sp. Jacobus Kearns & Marianna Kavanagh

 

Rosa Tracy & Jacobuis Russell? of Arklow

Sarah Russell b. 31 May 1867 Sp. Gulielmus Russell & Margareta Russell

 

Sarah Tracy m. Patrick Byrne wit Jno Tracy & Mary Brien 3 Aug 1831

Sarah/Sara Tracy & Pat Byrne

Arthur Byrne b. 25/25 1833 Sp Wm Grant & Anne Dillon of Ballykilligur [Ballykillageer Ballintemple Wicklow]

Mary Byrne b. 14/13 June 1832 Sp Laur Tracy & Elinor Doyle of Ballycooge [Ballycoog Ballintemple Wicklow]

Ellinor Byrne b. 1/10 March 1836 Sp. Richard & Mary Brien of Monaglough

Thos Byrne b. 15/15 Jan 1837 Sp. Hugh Doyle & Anne McAnanain of Monaglough

Thos Byrne b. 5/2 Mar 1841 Sp John & Elizabeth McAnanam of Monaglough

Ellen Byrne b. 13/13 October 1843 Sp. Michl Bracken & Margt Murray of Monaglough

Patrick Byrne b. 14/13 March 1846 Sp Patrick McDanial & Hcecelia? Byrne of Killahurler

Margaret Byrne b. 28/28 April 1849 Sp Paul Murphy & Catherine McDaniel of Killahurler

 

Sara/Sarah Tracy & Anthony Chatham of Arklow

Rose Chatham b. 14/14 Feb 1836 Sp. Jno Tracy & Mary Keonne?

Rose Chatham b. 16/13 April 1838 Sp. Richd Tracy & Rose Byrne

Morgan Chatham b. 18/17 June 1840 Sp Eliza Byrne

Eliza Chatham b. 3/3 May 1842 Sp Peter Lynch & Mary Tracy

Richard Chathan b. 10/10 June 1845 Sp Peter Toole & Ellen Sullivan

Anne Chatham b. 16/16 May 1847 Sp. Peter Jones & Allicia Stafford

 

Sara Tracy to John Shelton wit Edward Tracy & Sara Doyle 20 Jan 1845

Sarah Tracy & John Shelton

William Shelton b. 8/8 Aug 1846 Sp John & Bridget Tracy of Kilpatrick

James Shelton b. 10/9 Nov 1849 Sp Richard Byrne & Honor Darcy of Arklow

Ellen Shelton b. 21/24 Jul 1853 Sp. James Tracy & Mary Cassidy Arklow Parish.

John Shelton b. 3/7 Dec 1855 Sp Joseph Stinger & Julia Farrell

Mattheius Shelton b b. 2 Nov 1859 Sp. (Johanne Doyle) & Elleonara Clarey of Arklow

 

Edwd Hagan & Margt Dunne of Monaglough

Hugh Hagen bapt 23 Nov 1828 Sp. Richd Toler & Sarah Tracy

Michl Ryan & Eliza Clare of Monaglogh

Owen Ryan b. 7/7 July 1831 Sp Jas Ryan & Sarah Tracy

 

Julia Tracey x, 18, sp., Ark., (d. of Timothy Tracey, weaver) m. Timothy Shea x, 20, bach., fisherman, Ark., (s. of Patrick Shea, fisherman) Nov, 29, 1864 Wit: Michael Kelly X, And Dorothy O'brien x., wits.

Julia Tracy of Arklow (d. of Timothea & Maria of arklow) married Timotheus Shea of Arklow (s. of Patricii & Honoria of Arklow) Wit: michael Kelly of Arklow & Dorothea O Brien of arklow 29 Nov 1864

 

Marriage Records Arklow Parish - No address given

 

Jas cavanagh to Mary Ryan Wit Wm Quin & Bridget Tracy 17 Nov 1828

 

David Cosgrove m Cath marshal Wit Jas Tracy & Bridget Leonard 28 April 1818

 

John Byrne to Mary Long wit Jno Sullivan & Judith Tracy 4 February 1833

 

Michl Doyle to Margt Long Wit Laur Tracy & Mary Long 13 Feb 1822

 

Jno Murray m. Eliza Murray alias Carey wit Jno Murray & Mary Tracy 25 Sep 1822

James Kingsmill to Cath Brennan wit Gregory Manifold & Mary Tracy 25 Nov 1839

 

Henry Kearney to Judith Bulger Wit Patrick Tracy & Alicia Bulger 13 Jan 1818

Henry Byrne to Mary Blakeley wit patk Tracy & Charles Sterne 3 Feb 1818

Michl Byrne to Alice Greene wit Patk Tracy & Sarah Neil 3 Feb 1818

Matw English to Esther Byrne wit Pat Tracy & Eliza Larkin 23 Feb 1818

Michl Errity m Mary Dunne Wit Patk Tracy & Elinor Byrne 3 April 1820

Jno Keogh m. Mary moore wit Pat Tracy & Frances Lipsite 12 Nov 1822

Jno Tyrrel m. Cath Gearnose? wit Pat & Mary Tracy 26 June 1826

 

Denis Brien to Eliza McAnanmain wit Pat Murphy & Sarah Tracy 16 Feb 1828

Miley Barney m. May O'Brien wit Matw Byrne & Sarah Tracy 22 Feb 1830

Patrick Byrne to Cath Brien wit Pat Byrne & Sarah Tracy 12 July 1831

 

Hugh Bulger to Elinor McLeane wit Wm Tracy & Mary Byrne 26 Oct 1839

 

 

Marriage Records for Arklow Parish, County Wicklow

 

Catherine Tracy m. Peter Fortune 26 June 1897

Edward Tracy m. Anna Duffy, January 1877  

Edward Tracy m. Ellen Loughlin, mino, 3 May 1869, JohnT/Laborer, LaurenceL/Laborer. Groom/Fisherman

Elizabeth Tracey m. Peter Craine 17 September 1888

James Tracy (Tray) m. Maryanne Castlers, 22 May 1864, Maryanne married John Byrne in 1877

James Tracy m. Bridget Byrne, 3 October 1859  

James Tracy m. Bridget Leonard, 28 April 1818  

James Tracy m. Mary Doyle/Tracy, 30 November 1860, Doyle/Tracy marriage took place in 1846

John Tracey m. Mary Tyrrell, 15 May 1895  

Laurence Tracy m. Judy Kingsmile/Mulligan, 21 November 1879, Judy's first husband was Patrick Kingsmile m. 1867

Martha Tracy m. Daniel Donovan 30 June 1893

Mary Tracey m. James Hagan 17 March 1892

Mary Tracey m. James Hagan, 17 March 1892

Maryann Castles (widow Tracy) m. John Byrne 7 July 1877. Maryanne's first husband was James Tracy m. 1864

Matthew Treacy m. Mary Doyle, 15 April 1880  

Michael Tracy m. Mary Beakey (widow Hagan), 1 February 1863, Mary's first marriage took place in 1852

Michael Tracy m. Mary Keogh, 6 August 1874 

Michael Tracy m. Sarah Byrne, 8 January 1865, Coolgrny RC Ch.  Pat'kT/fish. Pat'kB/Farm Grm:sailor/Ark. Rathdrum Re

Miles Treacy m. Bridget Carty, 31 July 1899 

Richard Treacy m. Catherine Byrne, 31 December 1901 

Winifred Tracy m. John Brennan 20 January 1874

Tracey  m. Finn 

Tracey m. Darcy

Tracy m. Bolger

Tracy m. Bracken  

Tracy m. Brien 

Tracy m. Connor  

Tracy m. Doyle   

Tracy m. Kavanagh   

Tracy m. Manifold  

Tracy m. Meadows   

 

Christening Records for Arklow Parish, Co. Wicklow

 

Anne Jos Treacy, 1919    

Anne Tracy, 1821    

Bridget Eliz Treacy, 1915    

Bridget Tracey, 1884    

Bridget Treacy, 1904    

Bridget Treacy, 1905    

Cath. Mgt Treacy, 1913    

Catherine Tracey, 1833    

Catherine Tracey, 1834    

Catherine Tracey, 1843    

Catherine Tracy, 1830    

Catherine Tracy, 1835    

Daniel Finbar Treacy, 1928    

Daniel Treacy, 1903    

Daniel Treacy, 1929    

Denis Treacy, 1916    

Edward Tracy, 1836    

Eliz. Anne Treacy, 1922    

Eliz. Esther Tracey, 1883    

Elizabeth Tracey, 1889    

Elizabeth Tracy, 1835    

Elizabeth Tracy, 1837    

Elizabeth Tracy, 1840    

Elizabeth Treacy, 1925    

Henrietta Treacy, 1906    

James Tracey, 1843    

James Tracey, 1891    

James Tracey, 1899    

James Tracey, 1900    

James Tracy, 1822    

James Tracy, 1828    

James Tracy, 1831    

James Treacy, 1928    

John Tracey, 1898    

John Tracey, 1902    

John Tracy, 1819    

John Tracy, 1824    

John Tracy, 1830    

John Tracy, 1842    

John Treacy, 1919    

Judith Tracey, 1843    

Julia Mary Treacy, 1917    

Laurence Tracy, 1826    

Margaret Tracy, 1838    

Margaret Tracy, 1839    

Mary Anne Tracey, 1887    

Mary Anne Tracey, 1902    

Mary Jane Treacy, 1916    

Mary Tracey, 1818    

Mary Tracey, 1881    

Mary Tracy, 1832    

Mary Tracy, 1837    

Mary Tracy, 1841    

Mary Treacy, 1908    

Matthew Tracey, 1901    

Michael Tracy, 1827    

Michael Tracy, 1828    

Morgan Tracey, 1895    

Morgan Tracy, 1840    

Morgan Treacy, 1913    

Morgan Treacy, 1921    

Morgan Treacy, 1922    

Patrick Tracey, 1899    

Patrick Tracey, 1902    

Patrick Tracy, 1837    

Patrick Tracy, 1840    

Richard Tracey, 1901    

Sarah Mary Treacy, 1912    

Sarah Tracey, 1885    

Sarah Tracy, 1820    

Sarah Tracy, 1842    

Sheila Mary Treacy, 1924    

Thomas Tracey, 1881    

Thomas Tracy, 1824    

Esther Treacy 1904

William Tracy, 1839    

William Treacy, 1907    

 

 

26 Nov 1880 Wexford

John Treacey, 22, 5'8.5", Bro hair, Grey eyes, Fresh complexion, born and lives in arklow, Fisherman, RC, Poaching, 1 month

28 Dec 1880 Wexford

John Treacy, 21, 5'8", fair hair, grey eyes, sallow, born and lives in arklow, Fisherman, RC, having a snare for the purpose of taking rabbits, 3 weeks 40/- fine 2/- costs,

1884 Wexford

John Treacy, 25, 5'8.5", bro hair, grey eyes, fresh, born and lives in arklow, Fisherman, RC, having game in posession/Assault, 2 mos/1 mo, Arklow PS 9 Oct

18 Novb? 1886 Wexford

John Treacy, 27, 5'8.5", br hair, gr eyes, fresh complexion, cet mark & arm, 146 lb, born and lives in Arklow, sailor, RC, set snares for the taking of rabbits [2 counts], 4 months

1890 Wexford

John Tracey, 29, 5'8.5", bro hair, lr eyes, fresh complexion, som fingers right hand, 154 lb, born and lives in Arklow, seaman, RC, Assault, 1 cal mo, Arklow P.S.

1890 Wexford

John Treacey, 29, 5'8.5", bro hair, Bl eyes, fresh complexion, born and lives in Arklow, Sailor, RC, assault, 2 cal mos Arklow

1891 Wexford

John Treacey, 30, 5'8.5", Fresh complexion, Fair hair, Bl eyes, fresh complexion, 162 lbs, born and lives Arklow, RC, taking a rabbit on preserved grounds, 2 cal mos HL, Arklow PS

1894 Wexford

John Treacy, 30, 5'8.5", br hair, Br eyes, fresh complexion, cet mark & arm, 155 lb, born and lives in Arklow, sailor, RC, Drunkenness [2 counts], 14 days, Arklow T.J.A.

 

May 1883 Wexford Gaol

Laurence Treasey, 63, 5'11", D Bro hair, Blue eyes, fresh complexion, born and lives in Arklow, Fisherman, RC, Poaching, 14 days, £1 fine, Arklow Petty Sessions 15 Feb 1883

 

21 Jan 1899 Wexford

James Treacy, 29 years, 5'6", brown hair, brown eyes, sallow complexion, scar on nose, 144lb, born and lives in Arklow, labourer, RC, R&W, drunk, 14 days

April 1900 Wexford

James Treacy, 30 years, 5'6", brown hair, brown eyes, sallow complexion, scar on nose, born and lives in Arklow, labourer, drunk

10th may 1901 Wexford

James Tracey of 9 North Main Street Arklow Co. wicklow, drunk on the public strret at Coolgreaney, fine 5/- or one week hard labour

29th June 1906 Wexford

James Tracey of Arklow Co. wicklow, drunk on the public strret at Coolgreaney, fine 5/- or one week hard labour

James Tracey of Arklow Co. wicklow, assualt on a constable, drunk on the public strret at Coolgreaney, fine 7/- or one week hard labour

 

 

Dan Treacy of Arklow

Seaman aboard the Hazelside. He died 24/9/1939 aged 34, when the ship was sunk by U-31 off Cork.

Matthew Tracey, Doyle's Lane, was amongst the missing. He is the only Arklowman listed on the Australian Merchant Navy Memorial at Canberra to those who lost their lives at sea due to enemy action. Born 1902, he was one of many who ...

Allied armies made their first landings in Europe in July 1943. With the invasion fleet..and the Canadian-built Fort Pelly whose crew included 61 year old Tom Tracey, long resident in Hull.

Forde, Frank (1988) Maritime Arklow. Glendale Press, Dublin.

U-Boat “Made a good target for bombs” Guardian 26/9/1939 p.8

Arklow Seamen in World War II

24-09-39 Dan Tracy SS “Hazelside” sunk by U31 off  Fastnet Rock killed by shell fire

04-06-42 Matthew Tracy, died on Australian ship ”Iron Crown” sunk by Japanese Submarine 1-27. Mathew is the only Arklow man  listed on the Australian  Merchant Navy Memorial at Canberra.

20-07-43 Tom Tracey  SS “Fort Pelly” bombed and sunk  at Augusta, Sicily while discharging  ammunition and petrol for the troops. Tom did not survive. 

This account of the part played by men of the Town in World War Two is incomplete as is has not been possible to ascertain how a number of them died. They include James Tracy,

http://www.arklowmaritimemuseum.com/blog/ships/arklow-seamen-in-world-war-ii/

Seirbis onorac sa Muir-tractala 1939-45

[Service with honour in the Merchant Navy 1939-45]

Included in this section are the names of all the Merchant Seamen from Ireland on the Tower Hill Memorial in London. They are  listed by  rank, rating, age, date of death, ship lost  and Tower Hill panel number.

Denis Treacy, Able Seaman, S.S. Hazelside (Newcastle-on-Tyne). Merchant Navy. 24th September 1939. Age 24. Son of Richard and Julia Treacy, of Arklow, Co. Wicklow, Irish Republic.  Panel 56.

Thomas Joseph Treacy, Able Seaman, S.S. Fort Pelly (London). Merchant Navy. 20th July 1943. Age 61. Son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Treacy, of Arklow, Co. Wicklow, Irish Republic; husband of Annie Treacy, of Hull.  Panel 51.

 

 

St. Gabriels Arklow Cemetery

 

In Loving Memory of William Treacy - The Brook
Died 23 February 1968 age 66
Also his daughter-in-law Breda (Loughlin) Treacy - died 9 October 1993 age 54
His son Sean Treacy - died 27 October 1997 age 72
Also his wife Ellen (nee Weadick) Treacy - died 16 January 1999 age 96

 

In Loving Memory of Daniel Weadock - The Brook
Died 22 March, 1950 age 84
Also his two sons -  Peter - died 22 August 1915
Patrick - died 7 November 1918
Also his grandson - Daniel Treacy - died 22 November 1929
His wife Margaret Weadock - died 20 December 1952 age 90(or 93)

(1911 Census: Ellen Weadick, 8 years, Doyles Lane #4, Dtr of Dan'l & Mgt. m. Wm. Treacy in Galway 192? d. 16 Jan.1999)

 

...Sir Dan Weadock Killed in a car crash in July 2005 - was formally head of ITT Sheraton, America and knighted by the King of Belgium for hisservices to Belgium Industry while head of ITT in Europe.(cousin to Mrs Pearl Mc Donald who’s late mother Mrs Ellen Tracey (nee Weadick) of Bridge Street, Arklow was his aunt. Ellen was one of 10 children, all the rest emigrated to NewYork). Peggy Leonard of New York is another cousin of the late Sir Dan.

...The family tree of Daniel Weadick and Catherine Doyle (Arklow), married in 1824, and four of their branches. There are no descendants with the Weadick name still living in Arklow from this line but there are descendants with other surnames. The mothers of Mrs Pearl (Treacy) Mc Donald, Mrs Sally (Lynch) O’Reilly, Victor Beech and Mrs Peggy Leonard of New Yorkwere Weadicks from this line. As was the father of the late Sir Dan Weadock of New York (who was killed in a car crash in 2005 After suffering a heart attack at the wheel).

www.macmhadoc.org/documents/joe%20weadick.pdf

 

In loving memory of her father, James Kearon - Died 5th January, 1921 aged 64 yrs
Her mother Julia Kearon - Died 11 February, 1928 age 66 yrs
Her Aunt Bridget Donnelly - Died Died 4 August, 1928 age 68 yrs.
Erected by
Mary Tracey - Meadows Lane

 

 

St Patrick’s Church Cemetery, Courtown Road, Castletown, Co. Wexford

 

Erected by John Treacy Ovoca in loving memory of his son William who died in Dublin 19th Nov 1907 Aged 25 Years
Also The Above John Treacy Died 18th March 1914 Aged 66
His Wife Mary Treacy Died 15th Jan 1925 Aged 75 Years
Also His Daughter Anne (Annie) Mary Treacy Died 24th Dec 1939

 

In loving memory of John Treacy, Perrymount (Late Avoca) Died 28th Sept 1974 Aged 87 Years

 

Erected by Ellen Treacy Ballylarrin [Ballylarkin] in loving memory of her husband Daniel Treacy died 12th Dec 1942 Aged 61 Years
Her Brother William Hall Died 21st April 1953 Aged 82 Years
The Above Ellen Tracy Died 17th Feb 1956 Aged 71 Yrs
Henry Hall Died 19th May 1958 Aged 77 Yrs
Mary Jane Russell Died 20th April 1965 Aged 58 Yrs

http://ancestorsatrest.com/ireland_genealogy_data/st_patricks_church_cemetery_wexford.shtml

 

Arklow Cemetery, Co.Wicklow

 

No.142

Erected | by | JAMES TREACY | in loving memory of his father | MYLES TREACY |

who died 8th March 1951 | Also his mother | BRIDGET TREACY | who died 1st March

1944 | Also his sister | BRIDIE McDONALD | who died 21st April 1942 | JAMES

McDONALD | died 18th March 1972 | Husband of the above BRIDIE McDONALD. |

R.I.P.

http://www.igp-web.com/igparchives/ire/wicklow/photos/tombstones/1headstones/arklow01.txt

 

No.328

In Loving Memory | of | RICHARD TREACY | who died 2nd March 1948 | His wife

CATHERINE | who died 1st March 1914 | Also his daughter | MARY FORTUNE | who

died 14th May 1923 | and her son RICHARD | who died 23rd May 1944 | Jesus have

mercy on their souls | Erected by their daughters

http://www.igp-web.com/igparchives/ire/wicklow/photos/tombstones/1headstones/arklow03.txt

 

Cemeteries

Patrick Tracey shipwright Ferry bank Arklow 1894

"Cara_Links" <cracker@hotkey.net.au>

 

Morgan Treacy

My family history is Morgan Treacy from Arklow, County Wicklow in Ireland.  Ann Conroy (nee Treacy)

 

Ashford

 

Elizabeth Tracey & Timothi Esmonde of Bally Henry

Catharina Esmonde b. 30 Jan/3 Feb 1867 Sp. Hodges? Murphy & Ellina Doyle Ashford Parish

 

208 Killiskey Parish Church, Ashford Old Section.

Frances Tracy

This Headstone from about 1830 is now badly weathered.  It was only possible to confirm the name.  For a fuller transcription see “Memorials of the Dead” by Brian Cantwell (Note: According to the Burial Register there was a Frances Tracy buried 13th June 1833, aged 87.  This may be his headstone)

Memorials of the Dead

Nunscross NE Wicklow

…Frances Tracy who died the 16th June 1833/5 aged 87 years Nunscross (Church of Ireland) Ashford

Nunscross

Tracy “JMD says Francey”, Tracy is underlined

 

 

Avoca (& Castlemacadam)

 

Mich Tracy & Bridget

Betty Tracy b. 7 Apr 1792 Sp Murdagh Doyle & Nancy Doyle Avoca Parish

 

Morgan Tracy married Mary Lacy 9 Feb 1783 Wit: Timmothy Lacy & Patrick Lewis Avoca Parish

 

Dorothy Tracy married Timmothy Newman 22 Feb 1789 Wit: John Whelan & Andrew Whelan Avoca Parish

 

Morgan Tracy & Wife

Mary Tracy b. 21 Apr 1800 Sp Jne & Ann Doyle Avoca Parish

Morgan Tracy & Eliza

John Tracy b. 27 Oct 1801 Sp Matw Donolan & Mary Nickleson Avoca Parish

Morgan Tracy & Mary

Easter Tracy b. 16 Jul 1804 Sp Miles McCann & Mne BradyAvoca Parish

Morgan Tracy & Elizabethe Nichol?

Morgan Tracy b. 9 Apr 1814? Sp Johanna Browne & Hana Dix?

 

Jno Tracy married Cathe Counsel 20 sep 1801 Wit: George Tracy & Mary Counsel Avoca Parish

 

Catha Tracy & Edvardi Bray/Barry/Bury

Etitia Bray b. 6 Mar 1812 Sp Gulielmo Troy & Cathr Tracy Avoca Parish

Edvardus Barry bapt. 24 May 1816 Sp mon & Maria Tracy Avoca Parish (Note: Sept 29 ???)

Johannes Barry b. 24 May 1816 Sp Johanns Tracy & Phobe Giddings Avoca Parish

Johanna Bury b. 12 Jun 1820 Sp Timothea Tracy & Judith Byrne Avoca Parish

 

Dyonisii Tracy & Catha Byrne

Maria Tracy b. 28 May 1813? Sp Johanna Tracy & Catharina Byrne Avoca Parish

Margarta Tracy b. 30 Jul 1814? SP Petra Tracy & Maria Byrne Avoca Parish

Morgan Tracy b. 20 Nov 1817 Sp Timothea Tracy & Maria Gofmy Avoca Parish

Denniss Tracy & Cthr

Michael Tracy b. 23 Dec 1826 Sp Thos Neil & Cathr Byran Avoca Parish

Esther Tracy b. 30 Jun 1828 Sp Wm Bury & Judy Byrne Avoca Parish

Cathn Tracy b. 1 Jan 1831 Sp Tom Neil & Mary Bury Avoca Parish

Ann Tracy b. 23 June 1833 Sp Andrew Kinsley & Margaret Byrne Avoca Parish

 

Rosa Tracy married Thomas Byrne Wit: Gualds Kavanagh & Brigida Byrne 5 Oct 1822? Avoca Parish

 

Jacobi/James Tracy & Elizabethe/Eliza Bulger/Boulger

Catharina Tracy b. 22 Jun 1823 Sp Michaeli & Anna Tracy Avoca Parish

Patt Tracy b. 14 Oct 1827 Avoca Parish

James Tracy & Elisabeth

Mary Anny Tracy b. 29 Apr 1831 Sp Polly Tracy & Mw Doran Avoca Parish

 

Peter Tracy & Margt Byrne

Denis Tracy b. 27 Apr 1826 Sp Neil & Essy Tracy Avoca Parish

Peter Tracy & Margt/Peggy

Charles Tracy b. 12 Nov 1828 Sp James Doyle & Mary Tracy Avoca Parish

Peter Tracy b. 26 Feb 1832 Sp James Kavana & Margaret Byrne Avoca Parish

Michael Tracy b. 9 Aug 1835 Sp Peter Tracy & Catherine Byrne Avoca Parish

Margaret Tracy b. 30 Aug 1839 Sp Morgan & Mary Tracy Avoca Parish

 

Margarta Tracey of Bally Donnell Ovaca (d. of Petri Tracey & Margarta Byrne of Bally Donnell Ovaca) married Michael Tutty Of Tigroni Avoca (s. of Jacobi Tutty & Maria Harriss Of Tigroni Avoca) 5 Jul 1868 Wit: Petris Tracey of ballydonnell ovaca & Joane Harriss of Tigrone ovaca Avoca Parish

Margarita Tracy/Tracey & Michaele Tuttey/Tutty of Tygroney Avoca [Tigroney Castlemacadam] & Connery [Connary Castlemacadam]

Maria Margarita Tuttey b. 22/23 Mar 1869 Sp Petri Tracy & Johanna Harris Avoca Parish

Thomas Petrus Tutty b. 22/23 Dec 1870 Sp Morgan Tracey & Elizabeth Horrace Avoca Parish

Margaret Tracy, single (d. of Peter Tracy) married Michael Tutty, single (s. of James Tutty) 05 Jul 1868 Abrea, Co. Wicklow, Ireland

Margaret Tracey & Michael Tutty

Mary Tutty b. 22 Mar 1869 Newbridge, Wick, Ire

Peter Thomas Tutty b. 30 Dec 1870 Newbridge Wicklow, Ireland

 

John Tracy & Ann Bush

Ann Tracy b. 31 May 1826 Sp Mich & Essy Tracy Avoca Parish

John Tracy & Ann

Cathr Tracy b. 8 Jul [8 May] 1828 Sp John Duffy Avoca Parish

Jane Tracy b. 24 May 1840 Sp Josp Holt & Rosanna Ruttis Avoca Parish

Michael Tracy b. 25 Jun 1843 Sp Dan Holt & Mary Tracy Avoca Parish

 

Wm Tracy & Margery Megan

Mary Tracy b. 27 Aug 1826 Sp Mich & Essy Bury Avoca Parish

Wm Tracy & Margery

William tracy b. 21 Aug 1828 Sp Mich Maher & Esther Bury Avoca Parish

James Tracy b. 28 Jan 1831 Sp James Hyland & Mary Bury Avoca Parish

 

Jacobus Tracey of Knockanree (s. of Gulielmi Tracey & Marsela Meegan of Knockanree) married Maria Kearns of Killmacoo (d. of Danielis Kearns & Joanna Williams of Killmacoo) 19 Jan 1875 Wit: Petrus ONeele of Knockanree & Joana Keans of Killmacoo Avoca Parish

James/Jacobus Tracey & Maria Kearns/Kearens of Knockenree [Knockanree Castlemacadam]

Marcella Maria Josephina? Tracey b. 1/3 May 1876 Sp Mathas  Doyle & Joanna Doyle Avoca Parish

Joanna Tracy b. 3 Mar 1878 Sp Daniel Doyle & Sara Kearens Avoca Parish (Note: Joanna of Jacobo Treacy et Maria Kearens, XXXIV annomiu xtatem halwise eum Matheco J Jacobio Cosgrave et Esther Holt XXXIII annunium haborite abijam XXIX 1913 materinenius contrerit apud losa tentus Patrius Cosgrave et Elizabetha agium macaphome)

 

Mary Tracy & Michl Brien

Eliza Brien b. 5 Oct 1828 Sp Jn Butler & Mary Cavesna Avoca Parish

 

Anne Tracy married James Bryan 20 Feb 1832 Wit: John Tracy & Cath Murphy Avoca Parish

 

Esther Tracy married Aaron Byrne 23 Jan 1833 Wit: Sarah & Grace Byrne Avoca Parish

 

Sarah Tracy married Antony Chatam 14 Oct 1833 Wit: Christopher & Rose Byrne Avoca Parish

Sally Tracy & Antony Carty

Mary Carty b. 23 Sep 1833 Sp Betty Russell Avoca Parish

 

John Tracy & Mary

Sarah Tracy b. 27 Oct 1833 Sp Ann Byrne Avoca Parish

 

William Tracy (b. about 1806 d. Dec 1869 Galena JoDavies Co Illinois) m. Ellen Carr 20 Mar 1833 or before 1835 (2 entries) (LDS)

Sarah born 3 Feb 1834 Ballymurtagh bapt 16 Feb 1834 Castlemacadam d. 24 Aug 1878 or before 1880 Harrison Twp, Grant, Wisconsin (2 enteries) m. Wiliam Manly in 1859 Grant Wisconsin

Samuel Clair b. 21 December 1835 Ovoca d. 15 December 1904 Harrison Twp, Grant, Wisconsin (m. Ann Moore 1 Jan 1858 Galena,Jo,Dav, Illinois)

Anne b. 24 Feb 1838 Ballymurtagh d. before 1850 Ballymurtagh

James born 6 Mar 1841 Ballymurtagh bapt 14 Mar 1844 Castlemacadam d. 1868 or before 1926 (2 enteries)

John (b. 5 Jun 1845 d. 11 Mar 1926) m. Philipa Richards 4 October 1869 at Harrison, Grant Co., WI

Maria born 15 or 16 Apr 1849 Ballymurtagh bapt 20 May 1849 Castlemacam or Ballymurtagh d. Aug 1869 or before 1926 (2 entries)

Emigrated to USA 1850 census of New Diggings, Lafayette Co., Wisconsin

Thomas b. abt. 1853

Elizabeth b. abt. 1856 married John Warrick in Mar 1883 Wisconsin

William b. abt. 1859

Does anyone have access to cemeteries at Castlemacadam Church, and also, Avoca Methodist Church? Am looking for gravesites which have the names, Tracy & Carr.  My maternal gggrandfather is William Tracy. Do not know the first names of his parents. His wife is Ellen Carr, and her parent's names are William & Anne Carr. Since my gggrandparents married, and the baptisms of all their children were at Castlemacadam, some of their family must be buried in those cemeteries. Any help in finding any of my Tracy or Carr families will be greatly appreciated. With regards, Sue Ellen Berendsen, Wisconsin USA

< ollieseb@aol.com >S.Berendsen SueEllenBeren...

 

Dolly Tracy married Hugh Cullen 20 Oct 1834 Wit: John Tracy & Ane Bryan Avoca Parish

 

Ellen Tracy & Myles Byrne

Elizabeth Byrne b. 1 Feb 1835 Sp Judith Byrne Avoca Parish

 

James Tracy & Judy/Judith

Catherine Tracy b. 12 Jul 1835 Sp Patt Lambert & Cath Carty Avoca Parish

Edward Tracy b. 22 Mar 1838 Sp Michael Anderson & Margaret Lambert Avoca Parish

Margaret Tracy b. 15 Feb 1840 Sp Edward Daaton & Ann Williams Avoca Parish

John Tracy b. 31 Dec 1842 Sp Patrick & Anne Finlay Avoca Parish

Judy Tracy b. 22 Jun 1848 Sp Thos & Honora Brennan Avoca Parish

James Tracy & Judith Murry

James tracy b. 22 Feb 1846 Sp. Edward & Honoria Carty Avoca Parish

 

Garret Tracy married Fanny Dillon Sep 1835 Wit: John & Sarah Dillon Avoca Parish

Garret/Garrett Tracey & Fanny

John Tracy b. 17 Feb 1839 Sp John Dillon & Cath Tracy Avoca Parish

Davkus Tracey b. 25 Sep 1842 Sp Thomas Neill & Martha Walsh Avoca Parish

Mary Tracy b. 11 May 1845 Sp Garret Green & Mary Waldron Avoca Parish

 

John Tracy married Catherine Byrne 1 Feb 1836 Wit: Richard & Anetasia Byrne Avoca Parish

 

Timothy Tracy married Anne Redmond 28 Aug 1838 Wit: Wn Bury & Mary Redmond Avoca Parish

 

Peter Tracy married Bridget Cullen 27 Jan 1839 Wit: Thomas Neill & Mary Tracy Avoca Parish

Peter Tracy & Eliza

Ann Tracy b. 24 Nov 1839 Sp Morgan & Mary Tracy Avoca Parish

Peter Tracy & Bridget

Denniss Tracy b. 16 Jan 1842 Sp Michl Sussions & Sara Tracy Avoca Parish

James Tracy b. 9 Feb 1851 Sp Thomas Brady & Margaret Eirisson Avoca Parish

Peter Tracy & Bridgett Kinsela

Peter Tracy b. 2 Feb 1845 Sp Francis Cullen & Mary Tracy Avoca Parish

 

Catherina Tracy of Tigroney (d. of Petri Tracy & Brigida Cullen of Tigroney) married Patritius Kelly of Ballydonnell (s. of Jacobi Kelly & Margarite Doyle of Ballydonnell) 1 May 1867 Wit: Dionysius Tracy of Tigroney & Elizabeth Kavanagh of Kevin St Dublin  Avoca Parish

Catarina Tracey & Patricio Kelly of Kilmacoo [crossed out] Tigroney Avoca [Castlemacadam]

Joannes Kelly b. 9/13 Jun 1869 Sp Jacobo Treacy & Margartha Kelly Avoca Parish

Margarita Kelly b. 9/10 Jun 1869 Sp Petro Treacy & Sarah Kearns Avoca Parish

 

Mary Tracy married Michael Summers 9 Aug 1841 Wit: Morgan Tracy & Charles Byrne Avoca Parish

 

Catherine Tracy married Patrick Toomey 30 Sep 1844 Wit: Richard Stringer & Kate Stringer Avoca Parish

 

Elizabeth Tracy m. James Cullen 12 Jul 1846 Castlemacadam (LDS) OR 12 July 1854 in Kilmacoo, Castlemacadam, Rathdrum, Wicklow.

Elizabeth Tracy & James Cullen

James Cullen b. 5 Sep 1846 Sp Martin Portin & Mary Tracy Avoca Parish

 

Sera Tracey married Peter Kavanagh 23 Nov 1846 Wit: Franciss Loughlin & Mary Tracey  Avoca Parish

 

Mary Tracey married Patrick Kavanagh 18 Aug 1847 Wit:  Patrick Toomey & eliza Fitzsimons  Avoca Parish

 

Dorothia Tracy & Loughlin Edward

William Edward b. 11 Nov 1847 Sp Daniel Loughlin & Sarah Murphy Avoca Parish

 

Ann Tracey married Pat Graham 8 May 1848 Wit: Harry Nicholson & Mary Martin Avoca Parish (Note: Dispensation obtained)

 

Mary Tracy married Phil Kavanagh 30 Nov 1848 Wit: William Kavanagh & Margret Kelly  Avoca Parish

 

Wm Tracy married Margt Dalton of Coolaflake [Ballykine] 11 Feb 1850 Wit: Chals Byan & Thos Tracy Rathdrum parish

William Tracy & Margret

Maria b. 16 Feb 1850 Sp Thos Tracy & Eliza Neil Avoca Parish

Thomas Tracey b. 17 Mar 1851 Sp James & Catherine Ennis Avoca Parish

Rosanna Tracey b. 27 Dec 1854 Sp Andrew Doyle & Eliza Anderson Avoca Parish

John Tracey b. 17 Apr 1859 Sp James Morgan & Mary Robinson Avoca Parish

Margaret Tracey b. 5Mar 1861 Sp Michael Morgan & Eliza Doran Avoca Parish

William Tracey b. 12 Oct 1862 Sp Thomas Fleming & Catherine Loughlin Avoca Parish

William/Gulelmo Tracy/Tracey & Margret/Margaritta Dalton of Kilcashel [Castlemacadam]

Honor Tracy b. 15 Feb 1857 Sp Michael Keogh & Rosy Martin Avoca Parish

Sarah tracey b. 15 Mar 1867 Sp Wm Loughlan & Maria Tracy Avoca Parish

Elizabeth Anna Philomena Tracey b. 25/29 Dec 1869 Sp Jacobo Rielley & Catharina Flemming Avoca Parish

William Tracy & Margaret Dolton

Margaret b. 15 Dec 1864 Ovoca

William Tracy & Margaret Doyle

Sarah b. 13 Mar 1867 Ovoca

 

Catherina Tracy of Ballinacarrig (d. of Guleilmi Tracey & Margta Dalton of Kilcashel [Castlemacadam]) married Henricus Cooper of Ballinacarrig (s. of Thomas Cooper & Joanna Doyle of Ballinacarrig)  12 Jan 1874 Wit: Patricius Breen of Ballinacarrig & Honora Tracey of Rathdrum. Rathdrum Parish

 

Rosanna Tracey of Kilcashel (d. of Gulielmus Tracey & Margaritta Dalton of Kilcashel) married Eduardus Doyle of Kilmagig (s. of Andreas Doyle & Maria Byrne of Glendalough) 21 Feb 1876 Wit: Michaele Tracey of Killcashel & Anna Dalton of Kilcahel Avoca Parish (Note: Rosanna Tracey's father was killed in Tigroney? mines? 14Th? February? 1915?)

Rosa/Rosanna Tracey & Edwardo Doyle of Kilcashel [Castlemacadam]

Maria Doyle b. 9/10 Dec 1876 Sp Michaele Tracey & Maria Tracey Avoca Parish

Gulielmus Joseph Doyle b. 11/13 Jan 1878 Sp Henrico Cowley & Julia Cullen Avoca Parish

Andreas Doyle b. 8/14 Sep 1879 Sp Georgius Byrne & Elizabeth Byrne Avoca Parish

 

Jane Tracey married James Kavanagh 29 June 1850 Wit: Edward Cullen & Sally Tracy Avoca Parish (Note: Dispensatin mis? trannis?)

 

??? Tracy & Edmund Ash

Michael Ash b. 1 Jun 1851 Sp John Tracy Avoca Parish

 

Esther Tracy married William Kearons 25 Aug 1851 Wit: Morgan & Catherine Tracy Avoca Parish

 

Morgan Tracey married Hannah Harrold 5 Jul 1852 Wit: James Doyle & Mary McCan Avoca Parish

 

Eliza Tracy & Wm Porter of Kilmacon [Kilmacoo Castlemacadam/Redcross] (Note: + formererly a Protestant)

Margaret Porter b. 26 Dec 1852 Sp Edward Byrne & Ellen Porter Avoca Parish

 

Catherine Tracy married James Carty 18 Apr 1853 Wit: Martin Kehoe & Saragh Toole  Avoca Parish

 

Patrick Tracy & Mary of Ballinvalla [Ballinvally Castlemacadam]

Elenor Tracy b. 27 Aug/25 Sep 1853 Sp Andrew Carthy & Ellenor Tracy Avoca Parish

 

William Tracey & Catherine

Julia Anne Tracey b. 12 Nov 1854 Sp Daniel Tracey & Julia Anne Brady Avoca Parish

 

Mary Trecy (b. New Bridge Werlow [Wicklow?], Ireland) m. Thomas Butler (b. Rathrum, Ireland) 1 Nov 1856, Ontonagon, Michigan (LDS)

 

Mary Tracey married Edward Farrell 16 Nov 1857 Wit: Michael Cullen & Anne Tracey Avoca Parish

 

Sara Tracy & Peter Kavanagh of Ardinary [Ardanairy Ennereilly]

Sara Kavanagh b. 28 Dec 1857 Sp Owen Kennedy & Mary McGragh Avoca Parish

Anne Kavanagh b. 17 Apr 1860 Sp Peter Kavanagh & Mary Kavanagh Avoca Parish

Bridget Kavanagh b. 20 Apr 1862 Sp Daniel Phelan & Catherine Srissneah? Avoca Parish

 

Anne Tracey married Thomas Kavanagh 22 Nov 1858 Wit: Francis & Amargrit Kearns Avoca Parish

 

Ellen Tracey married Thomas Nangle 12 Sep 1859 Wit: John & Mary Ann Mulhall Avoca Parish

 

Thomas Tracey married Ellen Flemming 19 sep 1859 Wit: Robert Grimes & Anne Loughlin Avoca Parish

Thomas Tracy & Ellen

Jane Tracey b. 24 Mar 1860 Sp James? Tracey & Ellen Flanery Avoca Parish

Patrick Tracy b. 15 Dec 1861 Sp William & Julia Fleming Avoca Parish

 

Francis Cullen & Catherine Murphy

John Cullen b. January 21st 1860 Sp: Denis Tracey & Eliza Murphy (Avoca Parish RC) (died in infancy???)

James Cullen b. August 23rd 1862 Sp: John Cullen & Catherine Tracey (Avoca Parish RC)
John Cullen b. September 5th 1863 Sp: Peter Tracey & Margret Kearns (Avoca Parish RC)

 

George Tracy & Honora

Rosana Tracey b. 17 Mar 1860 Sp James and Margaret Redmond Avoca Parish

 

Dora Tracey married John McGrath 26 Nov 1860 Wit: Thomas & Julia Anna Brady Avoca Parish

Dorathea/Dorah/Dorothea Tracey & Joanne McGrath of Crowenbane/Croanbane Avoca [Cronebane Castlemacadam] & Tegroni [Tigroney Castlemacadam]

Joannes McGrath b. 17 May 1868 Sp Joanne Cullen & Winifrid Kavanagh Avoca Parish - John Mc Grath b. 15 Jun 1868 Wicklow, Ireland

Jacobus McGrath b. 3/18 May 1870 Sp Edwardo Gafney & Catharina Murphy Avoca Parish - James Mc Grath b. 7 Jul 1870 Wicklow, Ireland

Esther Magrath b. 13/17 Mar 1872 Sp Christopher Stedmann & Catharine Shaw Avoca Parish

Petrus Magrath b. 18/22 May 1873 Sp Petro Tracey & Maria Murphy Avoca Parish

Guilielmus Joanes Joseph Margrath b. 22/23 Jun 1875 Sp David Doyle & Sarah Hynes Avoca Parish - William Mc Grath b. 22 Jul 1875 Wicklow, Ireland

Maria McGrath b. 1 Apr 1878 Sp Andra Maher & Jean Ryan Avoca Parish - Mary Mcgrath b. 01 Apr 1878 Tigrney [Tigroney Castlemacadam], Wicklow, Ireland

 

James McGrath (s. of John McGrath & Dorae Tracey of Avoca) of 12 Kinlaw [Pimlico] m. Jane Duffy (d. of Phelan Duffy & Mary Anne Quinn - dead) of 4 Mastersons Cottages on the 30 April 1896 Wit: Daniel Brien of 14 Bellview Buildings off Thomas St & Bridget Moore of Hil? House? ??? Harrington Street RC, Dublin.

http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/reels/harrington-street_mf_1865-1912_ma_0325.pdf

 

Anne Tracey married Stephen Null 11 Feb 1861 Wit: Thomas Mulhall & Jane Tracey Avoca Parish

 

Baptism?

Septimus NIALL
Stephen ?
Anne TRACEY
1861

Carolgriff@aol.com 21 May 2008

 

Julia Treacy & Samuel Kileen of Terryleantz?

Catherine Kileen b. 15 Aug 1862 Sp John Purcell & Rossana Kileen Avoca Parish (Note: One? of the parents a Catholic other Protestant?)

 

Francis Cullen & Catherine ???

John b. 9/5/1863 Avoca Priest James Germaine Sp. Peter Tracy & Margaret Hearons

 

James Tracey & Margaret

John Tracey b. 26 Oct 1863 Sp Michael Cully & Eliza Ashe Avoca Parish

James Tracey & Margaret Cully (LDS)

James b. 12 May 1868 Newbridge [Avoca], Wick

Jacobus Tray & Margaret Cully of Kilmacoo Avoca [Kilmacoo Castlemacadam/Redcross] [Note: No Tray in Griffiths Valuation]

Jacobus Tray b. 13 May 1868 Sp. Ricardo Murphy & Elizabeth Ash. Avoca Patish

 

Margaret Tracey & William Dalton

Margaret Dalton b. 16 Dec 1864 Sp Thomas Cullen & Ellen Flemming Avoca Parish

 

Rose Tracey married James Kinsella 30 Mar 1865 Wit: Michael Colvin & Eliza Whelan  Avoca Parish

Rose/Rosanna Treacy/Tracey & James Kinsella of Ferrybank [Kilbride]

Catherine Kinsella b. 16 Jun 1866 Sp Edmund Kearns & Mary Byran Avoca Parish

Mary Kinsella b. 14 Jun 1866 Sp William Whiston & Eliza Cassidy Avoca Parish

Thomas Morgan Kinsella b. 22/24 Jan 1875 Sp Bartholomeo Wilson & Elizabeth Murray Avoca Parish

Catharina Kinsella b. 13 Nov/2 Dec 1877 Sp Morgan Tracey & Julia Mulligan Avoca Parish (Note: Cath Kinsella cum Michael Carthy matrimonium contrait VIII Augusti 1915 apud Templerainy Testes Thos Larkin et Julia Birnne)

 

Jane Tracey married Martin Doyle 10 Jun 1866 Wit: John Tracey & Kate Doyle Avoca Parish

Joana Tracey & Martinus Doyle of Ballamurtha ovoca [Ballymurtagh Castlemacadam]

Catherina Maria Doyle b. 2 Oct 1868 Sp Michael Tracey & Catherina Doyle Avoca Parish

 

Francis Tracy, single (s. of Wm. Tracy) m. Frances Mates, single (d. of Francis Mates) 17 Jul 1866 Castlemacadam, Wicklon, Ireland 

Francis (Frank) Treacy & Fanny/Frances Meates (LDS)

Elizabeth b. 11 Jun 1867 Newbridge [Avoca], Wicklow

Fanny b. 22 May 1869 Newbridge [Avoca], Wicklow

 

Esther Tracy & William Kearns

Mary Kearns b. 26 Oct 1866 Sp Hugh Kelly & Mary Kearns Avoca Parish

 

George Tracey & Bridget Malone (LDS)

Michael b. 1 Nov 1867 Newbridge [Avoca], Wicklow

 

Anna Tracey & Thoma Kavanagh of Tigroney/Tigroni Avoca [Castlemacadam]

Brigida Kavanagh b. 19/22 Feb 1869 Sp Patricio Kelly & Sarah Kearnes Avoca Parish

Dionysius Kavanagh b. 19/22 Feb 1870 Sp Jacobo Tracey & Marcella Kavanagh Avoca Parish

Catharina Maria Kavanagh b. 4 Aug 1872 Sp Petro Tracey & Brigitta Kinsella Avoca Parish

 

Jacobus Tracey of Ballamurtha (s. of Thoma Tracey & Cathanan Smyth of Ballamonan) married Helena Woodbune of Kilcashel (d. of Patrite Woodbune & Margarta Loughlan of Kilcashel) 10 Oct 1869 Wit: Gulielmus Browne of Ballamurtha & Margarite Nachtan? of Killcashel Avoca Parish 

James Tracey m. Ellen Woodburn 1969 [State Reg: Rathdrum 1869 17 947]

James/Jacobo Tracey & Helena/Ellena/Ellen Woodburne/Woodburn of Kilcashel [Castlemacadam]

Catharina Tracey b. 24 Nov 1869 Sp Jacobo Woodburne & Francesca Dalton Avoca Parish

Maria Margaretta Tracey b. 5 Oct 1870 Sp Michael Kavanagh & Julia Woodbune Avoca Parish

Patritius Tracey b. 17/21 Oct 1871 Sp Edwardo Grins & Anna Grins Avoca Parish [28 Oct 1871 Newbridge [Avoca], Wicklow LDS]

 

Ryding, Riding and Tracey or Tracy

I am looking for help with this family.  Joseph Ryding married a Ellen or Helen Tracey or Tracy nee Woodburn, they lived in Fife and the children Ellen or Helen had were Bessy, Ellen, James, Michall. John Robert and Samuel all with the surname Tracey or Tracy.

Any help will be much appreciated.

anneben Ann 7 May 2008

 

James 1846- 1894
Ellen 1851 bn Ireland
Catherine 1874 bn Ireland
Patrick 1873 bn Ireland
Thomas 1876 bn England
John Robert 1877 bn England
Michael 1879 bn England
James 1879 bn England
Bessy 1889 bn England
Samuel 1894 bn England

 

1881 Census - Moor Street, Arlecdon, Cumberland, England

James Tracey               Head       M            38           Iron Miner

Ellen Tracey                Wife       F             30           Ireland

Patrick Tracey             Son         M            8             Ireland

Catherine Tracey         Daughter                F             7             Ireland

Thomas Tracey            Son         M            5            

John Tracey Son         M            3            

Michael Tracey            Son         M            1            

John Bryne   Boarder M            30           Ireland

 

1891 English Census [see Wicklow] [Note: Alecdon, Cumberland also has other Traceys miners from Wicklow]

The 1891 England census has a Treacey family living at 1a Dyke Street, Arlecdon, Cumberland (RG12 4312 26 p48).  The head of the family is James, a 40 year-old iron ore miner, born in Ireland, Down.  The wife is 40 year-old Ellen, also born in Down.  The children, all born in Alecdon, Cumberland, were

Patrick, 19, Iron ore miner

Thomas, 15, Iron ore labourer

Catherine, 14, General domestic servant

John, 12

Michael, 10

Maggie, 8

James, 6

Ellen, 2

Bessie, 9/12

and there was also a niece Maggie Tape, 5.

Gobbo  Re: Ryding, Riding and Tracey or Tracy 07 May 2008

 

1901 census - Townhill Road 17 Gardiners Land, Dunfermline Fife, all showing a Cumberland England birth place:
Joseph Ryding    40, Coal Miner Hewer
Ellen Ryding    50, b
John Robert Tracey 24, Coal Miner Hewer
Michall Tracey    22, Coal Miner Hewer
James Tracey16, Coal Miner Hewer
Ellen Tracey  14
Bessy Tracey 12
Samuel Tracey 7

Hello, I am doing some research for the direct descendant of Ellen Tracey(who married James Tracey) nee Woodburn of Cumberland and later Fife. I would be grateful if you could contact me about this topic.
sanricken Sandra 23 November 2012

 

Ironside arrived NSW 9 May 1863

Thomas Treacy, 24, Labourer, Ballymoon Wicklow, Ths & Cath Treacy Ballymoon, RC, Both (R&W), brother Jno Treacy (in colony), good (heath), no compliants, 18 of Jm Murphy

Ellen, 21, wife, do, Moth Jean Climin, Ballymoon, RC, Read,

Jean, 2.5

Patrick, 1.5

James Treacy, 22, Farm labourer, Avoca Co. Wicklow, Thos & Cath Treacy Ballemonan, RC, neither, Brother Jno Treacy, good (heath), no compliants, 5 Jno Murphy

 

‘Admiral Lyons’ 15 September 1857

John Tracey b. 1827 Ireland. Immigration with sister Mary sponsored by BIL John Murphy, Duck River.

Mary Tracey b. 1835 in Knocknatubrid, Ardattin, near Tullow, Co Carlow. Immigration with brother John sponsored by sister Anne Murphy, Pyrmont

Ironside 09 May 1863

Thomas Tracey b: 1839 in Ballymoneen, Co Wicklow. Married Ellen Clemin b: 1842 in Ballymoneen, Co Wicklow. Immigration: with wife and 2 children [Jean & Patrick] and siblings, James and Catherine.

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

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

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

 

Thomas Tracey & Catherine Smith

Patrick Tracey b. in Tullow, Co Carlow.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

Thomas Tracey + Catherine Smith

John Tracey b: 1827 Immigration: 15 September 1857 Admiral Lyons

Anne Tracey b: 1831 in Wicklow, Ireland d: 13 August 1873 in McEvoy Street, Waterloo, NSW, Australia Immigration: 31 October 1854 Patrician

+John Murphy b: 1828 in Wexford, Ireland m: 19 July 1856 in St Mary's Cathed, Sydney, NSW, Australia d: 24 January 1897 in Sydney Hospital, Sydney, NSW

Patrick Murphy b: 1857 in Sydney, NSW, Australia

Catherine Murphy b: 18 August 1858 in Regentville, Penrith, NSW, Australia d: 11 November 1911 in 27 Burns St, Sydney, NSW, Australia

+William Alexander McFarlane

*2nd Husband of Catherine Murphy:

+John Lee Hing b: 1847 in Amoy, China d: 10 January 1892

*3rd Husband of Catherine Murphy:

+Michael McCormick b: 1855 in NSW, Australia m: 12 January 1876 in St Francis Church, Sydney, NSW, Australia

John Murphy b: 1865 in Sydney, NSW, Australia

Mary Ann Murphy b: 1868 in Sydney, NSW, Australia

Margaret Murphy b: 1873 in Sydney, NSW, Australia

Mary Tracey b: 1835 Immigration: 15 September 1857 Admiral Lyons

Thomas Tracey b: 1839 Immigration: 09 May 1863 Ironside

+Ellen Clemin b: 1842

Jean Tracey b: 1860

Patrick Tracey b: 1862

James Tracey b: 1841 Immigration: 09 May 1863 Ironside

Catherine Tracey b: 1843 Immigration: 09 May 1863 Ironside with siblings

 "K & L Goodworth" <kelm@ozemail.com.au> 3 Dec 2001

 

Catherine M. Treacy/Tracey/Tracy born between 1839-1842 Knocknatubrid, Ardittin County Wicklow, Ireland arrived in NSW Australia on board "Ironside" 9 May 1863 with two brothers (James and Thomas) and sister in law (Ellen Flemming/Fleming wife of Thomas along with their children Jean b: C1861 Ballymoon, Wicklow, Ireland & Patrick b: 1962 Ballymoon, Wicklow, Ireland).  Catherine's occupation was listed as housemaid and she gave her age as 24 years. Additional information - was born in County Wicklow, religion RC and could read and write (on shipping record).  When Catherine died in 1909 in New South Wales Australia her parents were listed as Thomas Tracey/Tracy and Catherine nee Smith.  These parents were also listed on the shipping record in 1863.

Other members of the Tracey family had arrived in New South Wales Australia prior to 1863.

Catherine and her brothers were "sponsored" to Australia by their possible brother in law named as John Murphy.  A John Murpy happened to have married an Anne Treacy/Tracey in Sydney New South Wales Australia 19 July 1856.    The shipping record for this Anne Treacy/Tracey gives the following information - Anne Tracey b: 1830 in Knocknatubrid, Ardattin, Co, Carlow, Ireland Immigration: 31 October 1854 on board the "Patrician" parents living at Newbridge, Co Wicklow, Ireland.  When Anne Murphy (nee Tracey) died in Sydney New South Wales on 13 Aug 1873 her parents were also named as Thomas Tracey and Catherine Smith.

A John Murphy also sponsored two other members of the Treacy/Tracey/Tracy family to New South Wales Australia - John Tracey b: C1827 Thurlow, County Wicklow Ireland - Immigration: 15 September 1857 "Admiral Lyons" with sister Mary Tracey b: C1835 County Cavan, Ireland.

Any information to confirm baptisms/marriages/deaths for this family in Ireland would be appreciated.

Linceey Friday 31st January 2014, 11:43PM

http://www.irelandxo.com/ireland/wicklow/message-board/catherine-m-treacytraceytracy

 

Winifreda Tracy of Kilpatrick [Wexford] (d. of Gulielmius & Elizabeth of Kilpatrick) married Johannes Brennan of Tinnahinch (s. of Patritius & Eliza of Ardinay) Wit: Johannes Brennan of Brittas & Alicia Tracy of Kilpatrick 20 Jan 1874

26 January 1874 Freeman's Journal

Brennan and Treacy - Jan. 20, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Arklow, by the Ven. Archdeacon Redmond, P.P., John Brennan, Avoca, Co. Wicklow, to Winafred, third ...

Winefred Tracey & John Brennan

Elizabeth Mary Brennan  b. 12 Apr 1875 Newbridge, Wick, Ire 

William Michael Brennan  b. 20 Feb 1879 Wicklow, Ireland 

Alice Mary Brennan  b. 04 Jun 1880 Newbridge, Wicklow, Ireland 

Winefreda Tracey & Joanne Brennan of Tennnahinch Avoca [Tinnahinch Castlemacadam]

Elizabeth Mary Brennan b. 12/14 Apr 1875 Sp Edwardo Tracey & Elizabeth Brennan Avoca Parish

Patritius Joseph Brennan b. 11/17 Oct 1876 Sp Petro Brennan & Alicia Tracey Avoca Parish

Gullelmus Michael Brennan b. 14 Jul 1878 Sp Jacobo Brennan & Maria Tracy Avoca Parish (Note: Junetu in Mato cum Maria Byrne 14 Feb 1914 Testies John Joseph Brennan & Brigoda Byrne)

Alicia Maria Brennan b. 4/5 Jun 1880 Sp Gulielmus Clarke & Margarita? Clarke Avoca Parish

 

Catharina Tracey & Henrico Cooper of Kilcashel [Castlemacadam]

Gullielmus Joseph Cooper b. 23/25 Sep 1875 Sp Joane Flemming & Rosanna Tracey Avoca Parish

 

Margarita Maria Treacy & Gulielmo Quinn of Redcross

Denis John Quinn b. 11/12 Jan 1879 Sp Joannis Quinn & Margareta Kelly Avoca Parish

Johanna Quinn b. 14/18 Jan 1880 Sp Patricius Lloyd & Elizabeth Phelan Lloyd Avoca Parish

 

 

8 Dec 1871 (BL) Death

Tracy - At Ovoca, Co. Wicklow, Saml. Tracy, second son of Mr. Thos. Tracy, shipping agent, Kingstown, aged 32 years.

 

 

Joseph Treacy (1920-2006) postman Avoca.

 

Cemeteries

Mary Treacy Ballymurtagh (Avoca) 7 May 1889 5/- to bury 55 yrs old buried by Robinson

Richd Treacy Ballymurtagh 9 th April 1904 aged 74 fee 5/- no 163 buried by Robinson

Frances Treacy of Conary (separate cemetery at poor house we think?) 10 Oct 1917 aged 78

William Treacy no dates

I found no Methodist Church cemetery while researching this area and found that methodists were buried in the same graveyards as church of Ireland divided in life united in death.........

I would also like to point out to anyone needing any information on these graveyards Brian Cantwell only did up to a certain era 1900 or only if they were of antiquity.

There is no record left at Avoca for these church yards and there is no burial plan it disappeared about three years ago and the only plan I have is one i drew while researching the area in 2001 .......for my research purposes.

The only references i found to Carr was in the cemetery at Little Bray, Bray, Co.wicklow ......and in the Shillalegh Mullinacuff area.

"Cara_Links" < cracker@hotkey.net.au>

 

 

Memorials of the Dead

Avoca Old SE Wicklow

Erected by Wilm Tracy in? (the remainder of the inscription has flaked off the stone, early 19c type)

 

Memorials of the Dead

Ennisboyne SE Wicklow

Here lieth the body of Morgan Tracy depd Janry 27th 1827 aged 80 years also his son Michael Tracy depd Decr 24th 1833 aged 34 years.

 

Castlemacadam Cemetery

No.171

Cherished Memories of | a loving Wife, | Mother & Grandmother | EILEEN TREACY |

24, Harbour Court, Arklow | 29 - 4 - 46 --- 22 - 10 - 06 | "Rest In Peace"

No.207

Cherished Memories | of | a loving husband, father | & Grandfather | LIAM TREACY |

Beech Road, Avoca | 16th Oct. 1934 - 2nd Oct. 2004 | "Rest In Peace"

Base: "What is this life if full of care | we have no time to stand and stare"

No.224

Cherished Memories | of our beloved daughter | HELEN TREACY | Knockenree, Avoca,

died 17th November 1983 | in Adoka, Benue State, Nigeria | aged 25 years |

Repatriated 13th July 1992 | Also her dearly loved dad JAMES | died 23rd September

2006 | "Suaimheas síorraí dá h-anam" | "In Christ all will come to life again"

No.226

In Loving Memory | of | SEAN TREACY | Tigroney, Avoca | died 30th July 1976 aged

53 yrs | His beloved wife EILISH | died 10th Sept. 1998 aged 65 yrs | Also their

baby son JOHN | died 14th Dec. 1964 | "Nil bron ar talamh nach bhfuil leigheas ag

dai air" | R.I.P.

No.230

In Loving Memory | of | JAMES TREACY | Kilmagig, Avoca | who died 16th May 1965 |

Also his wife ELLEN TREACY | died 2nd March 1977 | and their daughter SADIE DOYLE

| died 9th Jan. 1997 | "Ar deis de go raibh a anam"

http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/wicklow/photos/tombstones/1headstones/castlemadadam2.txt

 

 

Liam Treacy (1934-2004), was a Wicklow artist who had been painting in an impressionist style since the 1950s. He was born in Avoca, Co. Wicklow, where his family have been settled for many generations, the son of James Treacy, a postman, and Ellen O’Neill, daughter of a local copper miner, John O’Neill. Liam is the second youngest of their family of four sons and two daughters. During his primary school days, he was very interested in drawing, influenced by his brother Sean, a postman and keen artist. He exhibited regularly with the James Gallery, Dalkey, and had participated in a wide range of group shows including the annual RHA exhibitions and the Wexford Opera Festival. In 1978 Liam Treacy went full-time as a professional painter, a courageous step, and the fact that he had made a career of it is testimony to the sheer quality of his work as an artist. Before going professional, he worked in the former Brennan's Bakery in Arklow, which used his skill as an artist to paint the lettering on its vans. Liam says, “By the mid-seventies, I was doing very well, but because we had three young children, Adrienne, Fiona and Darragh, I was reluctant to give up my day job at the Bakery. However the decision was made for me. I was made redundant”. The redundancy came in 1978, which can be looked back upon as the year Liam became a full-time professional artist. For many years he was an art teacher for night-time classes in Arklow Community College, Abbey Community College, Wicklow; and at Shelton open detention centre art classes for the prisoners.

A good selection of his paintings can be seen at: http://www.whytes.ie/4ArchivesResult.asp?Search=treacy&submit.x=6&submit.y=9

Ref: http://www.treacyprints.com/About.aspx

 

http://www.leinstergallery.com/exhibitions/autumn_exhibition/paintings/boats_in_harbour.jpg

liam

 

Darragh Treacy was born and raised just outside Avoca, Co. Wicklow. Darragh is predominately self taught and favours the use of oils with an impressionist style. He has studied under such artists as American artist Valerie Craig as well as Phelim and Caroline Donfield. While finding inspiration and influence from many different painters it is probably Darragh’s late father, Liam Treacy, that most influences and inspires Darragh’s work. Spending time painting on location with his father as a child gave Darragh his earliest experience of painting “en plein air”, something he still enjoys today whenever the opportunity arises. Darragh’s subject matter is varied and includes still-life, landscapes and street scenes. Darragh works as a designer and his work has brought him much critical acclaim and numerous awards from the Institute of Designers of Ireland, including for set design of The Late Late Show [see below].

http://darraghtreacy.com/

https://www.facebook.com/DarraghTreacy73/

 

Darragh Treacy, of Avoca Co. Wicklow & Dublin, TV set designer and painter

 

Television Production Designer RTE, New Year's Countdown (2004), "The Late Late Show" (unknown episodes, 2004-), “The Sunday Game" (2005-) 2008 IDI TV/Film/Theatre Production/Set Design: Winner for The Late Late Toy Show 2007, Eurosong 2008

 

Paintings: see above

 

Darragh Treacy.jpg

 

 

 Avoca CoI

 

Mary Tracey (d. of William Tracey) m. Martin Porter (s. of John Porter) 17 May 1847 Castlemacadam, Wick, Ire 

 

Richard Treacy (s. of William Treacy) m. Mary Anne Treacy (d. of John Treacy, 19 years) 23 Jun 1854 Castle Mcadam, Wick, Ire 

Richard Treacy and Mary Anne Treacy 1854 (Dublin Marriage Licence)

Richard Tracey & Mary Anne Tracey (LDS)

Richard Tracey, miner, & Maryanne Tracey

Francis Tracey [male] b. 20 February 1867 of Kilmacao. Richard Tracey father of Kilmacoo [Rathdrum PLU]

Susan Tracey b. 19 January 1870 of Kilmacao. Richard Tracey father of Kilmacoo his mark [Rathdrum PLU]

Charlotte Tracey b. 19 January 1870 of Kilmacao. Richard Tracey father of Kilmacoo his mark [Rathdrum PLU]

George Tracey b. 7 March 1872 of Ballymurtagh. Elizabeth Tracey of Ballymurtagh present at birth her mark. [Rathdrum PLU]

James Tracey b. 21 January 1874 of Ballymurtagh. Maryanne Tracey of Ballymurtagh mother her mark. [Rathdrum PLU]

Elizabeth Tracey b. 15 February 1876 of Ballymurtagh. Richard Tracey of Ballymurtagh father his mark. [Rathdrum PLU]

 

1901 Census

 

Richard Treacy, 74, M, 20 Ballymurtagh, Ovoca, Wicklow, Mining Carpenter, Evanglist Free Faith, Head of Family, Widower, Co Wicklow

William Treacy, 40, M, Ballymurtagh, Ovoca, Wicklow, Gardener, Evanglist Free Faith, Son, Not Married, Co Wicklow

Charlotte Treacy, 29, F, Ballymurtagh, Ovoca, Wicklow, Housekeeper, Evanglist Free Faith, Daughter, Not Married, Co Wicklow

Lily Treacy, 24, F, Ballymurtagh, Ovoca, Wicklow, Sortg Ck an Telt in P.O, Evanglist Free Faith, Daughter, Not Married, Co Wicklow

 

George Tracey, 60, M, 6 Knockanode, Ovoca, Wicklow, Farmer, Church of Ireland, Head of Family, Not Married, Co Wicklow

James Tracey, 40, M, Knockanode, Ovoca, Wicklow, Farmer, Church of Ireland, Brother, Married, Co Wicklow

Margaret Tracey, 35, F, Knockanode, Ovoca, Wicklow, Roman Catholic, Sister in Law, Married, Co Wicklow

 

22 August 1893 London Gazette

August 18, 1893: Sorting Clerks and Telegraph learners, George Treacy (Castlebar)

 

George Tracy, full age, bachelor, sorting clerk Post Office, lives Castlebar, (s. of Richard Tracy, farmer) married Kate J Walsh, full age, spinster, lives Castlebar, (d. of Patrick Walsh, farmer) Wit: John Durkan & Ellen Blawick on the 3 June 1900 RC Chapel of Ballyheane [Castlebar PLU] [see Avoca Wicklow]

 

1911 Census

George Treacy, 39, M, 3 Castlereagh Town, Castlereagh, Roscommon (postmaster, b. Wicklow)

Kathleen Josephine Treacy, 29, F, Castlereagh Town, Castlereagh, Roscommon (married 10 years, 4 child, b. Mayo)

George Howard Treacy, 8, M, Castlereagh Town, Castlereagh, Roscommon (b. Mayo)

Mary Josephine Treacy, 6, F, Castlereagh Town, Castlereagh, Roscommon (b. Mayo)

Kathleen Maud Treacy, 4, F, Castlereagh Town, Castlereagh, Roscommon (b. Longford)

Francis Leopold Treacy, 2, M, Castlereagh Town, Castlereagh, Roscommon (b. Roscommon)

 

1911 Census

Charlotte Treacy, 34, F, 34 Great Water Street, Longford No. 1 Urban, Longford (head, Methodist, single, b. Wicklow)

Lilian Treacy, 30, F, Great Water Street, Longford No. 1 Urban, Longford (sister, Methodist, Post Office sorting clerk & Tel, single, b. Wicklow)

 

Oct 26, 1915 (IT) Movements in the Civil Service

...Miss L. Tracey, sorting clerk and telephonist, Longford, has been appointed sub-postmaster of Kilrush, Ennis.

 

Dorothea Tracy (d. of William Tracy) m. John Meats (s. of Francis Meats) 03 Dec 1855 Castle Mc Adam, Wick, Ire 

Dorah Tracey & John Meates

Thomas Meates b. 15 Feb 1865 Ovoca, Wicklow

John Meates b. 13 May 1867 Newbridge, Wick

[male] Meates b. 22 Jun 1872 Newbridge, Wick

 

 

 Baltinglass (see also Carlow)

 

A/Mary/M Tracy & Andy Kehoe of Clough

M Kehoe b. 10 July 1816 Sp Ja Donaghue Baltinglass Parish

Sally Kehoe b. 20 Oct 1825 Sp Jas Byrne & Mary Largan Baltinglass Parish

Andrew Kehoe b. 25 Feb 1828 Sp ??? Tracy & Mrs Do [Tracy] Baltinglass Parish

Catherine Keoh b. 21 Jan 1832 Sp John Donohoe & Sally Donohoe Baltinglass Parish

 

Biddy Tracy & John McNanny of Newtown

Cath McNanny b. 7 Jan 1817 Sp Denis Jennele & Biddy Doyle Baltinglass Parish

 

Mat Tracy & Ellen of Winetavern [Rathbran]

Bridget Tracy b. 4 Sep 1826 Sp Pas & Bridget Conery Baltinglass Parish

 

Andrew Tracy & Mary of Clough [Baltinglass]

Elizabeth Tracy b. 9 Feb 1834 Sp Francis McDonnell & Mary Kehoe Baltinglass Parish

 

Je Joy & Mary Tracey

James Joy b. 4 Jun 1837 Sp James Barr & Anne Doyle Baltinglass Parish

 

??? Tracy & Mary Hegarty of Poorhouse

Hannah Tracy b. 23 May 1847 Sp Petro Heydon & Biddy Smyth Baltinglass Parish

 

William Treacy (s. of William Treacy, aged 28) m. Eliza Neill [or Neile] (d. of James Neile, aged 19) 9 Dec 1847 Ballynure Wick, Ire [see Castlecome Kilkenny CoI]

 

Patrick Tracey married Ellen Byrne of Canapain 8 Feb 1859 Wit Laurence Neill & Mary Tracey Baltinglass Parish

Pat Treacy & Ellen Byrne of Carigeen

Ellen Tracy b. 10 Apr 1859 Sp Js Treacy & Marianne Byrne Baltinglass Parish

 

Anne Tracy & Patrick Brennan of Tuckmill Hill

Mary Brennan b. 17 mar 1856 Sp Jas & Mary Tracy Baltinglass Parish

Thomas Brennan b. 29 Jul 1860 Sp James Brennam & Mary Kelly Baltinglass Parish

 

Anna Maria Tracy & James Neil of Baltinglas

Patrick Joseph Neil b. 2 Apr 1865 Sp Patrick Tracy & Maria Shiel Baltinglass Parish

Mary Neil b. 29 Jul 1866 Sp James Ennis & Sarah Neil Baltinglass Parish

James Neil b. 13/19 Apr 1868 Sp S McDonnell & Mary connors Baltinglass Parish

Peter Neil b. 16/19 Feb 1871 Sp Andrew Kehoe & Eliza Kehoe Baltinglass Parish

John Joseph Neil b. 11/16 Nov 1872 Sp Michl Shiel & Catherine Shiel Baltinglass Parish

Francis Neil b. 12/19 Jul 1874 Sp James Byrne & Julia Neill Baltinglass Parish

 

Thos Tracey & Mary Hayden of Baltinglass

Daniel Tracey b. 16/17 Sep 1871 Sp Michael Headon & Maria Bergin Baltinglass Parish

 

Thomas Treacy (s. of Michaelis Treacy) of John Street m. Maria Hayden [b. Wicklow?] (d. of Michaelis Hayden) of Royal Hospital 6 November 1870 Wit: Michael Murray & Jane Toole. St James RC

Thomas Tracey & Mary Heydon

Daniel Tracey b. 16 Sep 1871 bapt. 17 Sep 1871 Baltinglass, Wicklow. b. 15 Sep 1871 (LDS)

Thomas Trac(e)y & Mary Hayden/Haydon

Maria Tracy b. 9 December 1873 of 107 James Street Sp. Thomas McCann & Elizabeth Hayden. St. James RC. 12 December 1873 (LDS)

Elizabeth Tracey b. 29 October 1875 of 6 Island St or 6 Galard St Sp. Michael Whelan & Anne Whelan. St. Audoen RC

Cathe Tracey b. 5 July 1877 of John? [St?] Sp. John Hayden & Elizabeth Lawlor. St. Catherines RC

Thomas Tracy b. 7 February 1879 of 19 Johns Sp. Catherine Hayden. St. Catherines RC. 5 April 1879 (LDS)

Franciscus Michaelis Treacy b. 10 November 1880 of 25 Mercer St Sp. Anna Maria Davis. St. Michael’s & St. John’s RC

 

 

12 June 1883 Confirmation Baltinglass

Anne Tracy (St) Tuckmill?

20th June 1907 Confirmation Baltinglass

Patrick Tracey, Carrigeen

 

 Bray and Little Bray

 

Eliza Tracy married Gulli Kelly 28 Nov 1808 Wit: Mar Burke & Elivia? Flinn? Bray Parish

 

Andrew Tracey & Catherine

Margaret Tracey b. 17 Mar 1821 of Bray. Bray Parish

Catherine Tracey b. 23 Oct 1825 of Bray. Bray Parish

Ellen Tracey b. 22 Jun 1825 of Bray. Bray Parish

Anne Tracy b. 24 Apr 1828 of Shankill. Bray Parish

Mary Tracey b. 19 Mar 1828 of Bray. Bray Parish

Andrew Tracey b. 19 Sep 1830 of Shankill. Bray Parish

Elizabeth Tracey b. 02 May 1835 of Bray. Bray Parish

Brigid Tracy b. 25 Jul 1841 of Shankill. Bray Parish

 

Maria Tracy & Ricardi Williams

Patritius Williams b. 7 December 1823 Sp Dionisis Learidge & Honor Tonor. Bray Parish

Michaelis Williams b. 28 Sep 1825 Sp. Johanias Short & Esther Tracy. Bray Parish

Laurentius V Wiliams b. 19 Jul 1827 Sp. Johann Nelson & Hana Nelson? Bray Parish

Hanagh Williams b. 8 Mar 1829 Sp. Michl Fitzpatrick & Bridgt Downey. Bray Parish

Maria Williams b. 30 Jan 1831 Sp. Henry Shepard & Elisa Fitzpatrick. Bray Parish

Catherina Williams b. 23 Sep 1832 Sp. Michl Carroll & Margth MaganBray Parish

Anna Williams b. 20 Jun 1834 Sp Johane & Maria Williams. Bray Parish

 

Esther Tracey married Denisus Connor 25 Jul 1836 Wit: Ricardo William & Jane Williams Bray Parish

Easther/Essy Tracey & Denisii/Dennis Connor

Stephenus Conner b. 20 Nov 1831 Sp. Jacob & Maria Kelly. Bray Parish

Maria Connor b. 17 Mar 1839 Sp Michael & Jane Williams. Bray Parish

 

Michael Tracey & Elizabeth

Patrick Tracey b. 4 Apr 1844 of Little Bray. Bray Parish.

 

Elizabeth Tracy (d. of James Tracy) m. John Walshe  (s. of Peter Walshe) 04 May 1850  Bray, Wick, Ire 

Elizabeth Treacy and John Walsh 1850 (Dublin Marriage Licence)

 

Rosanna Tracy married John Martin 19 Jan 1852 Bray Parish

Rosann Tracy & Johanis Martin

Edvardus Martin b. 30 Jul 1852 Sp Edvardus Martin & Esthers Tay? Bray Parish

 

Jane Tracy & Robert Lennon ???

Edward b. 17 May 1874 Procathedral Dublin (Father: Gardiner/Labourer of Goatstown)

Edward b. 25 Jul 1876 Dundrum Dublin (of Neilstown)

Mary Joanna bapt. 1-Nov 1883 at Dundrum Dublin (of Nolans Avenue)

Frances b. 22 May 1888 Bray (Father: railway porter of 13 Dock Tce Bray)

Richard 28-Aug 1891 Rathmichael Rathdown (Father: railway porter, Pollards Bank)

Arthur Thomas b. 22-Jan 1895 Rathmichael Rathdown (Father: railway porter, Dargle Rd Bray)

 

Jane Tracey & Robert Linnon/Lennon

Frances Linnon b. 22/27 May 1888 of Dock Terrace Bray Sp. Samuel Tracey & Elizabeth Fordaice. Bray Parish (Note: Matritonium contract eum Gulielmus Foyle or Bocapel Ch Dublin die 5 Sept 1910)

Arthur Thomas Lennon b. 22/27 Jan 1895 of Dargle Road Sp Michael Gallagher? & Annie Humphries Bray Parish (Note: Matritonium contract eum Elisabeth Ceorgan in hic ecclaia 8 Dec? 1917)

 

[Note: Moved from Dublin to Bray to Dublin, and married again]

Thoma Tracey & Eliza Rourke of Dublin

Samuel Joseph Tracey b. 6 Jun 1859 bapt. 5 Dec 1875 Sp. Joanne Early & Rosa Doyle. Bray Parish (Note: Convensus al farese Protestantis it not conditione baptizates) [Adult conversion]

Samuel Tracey of Bray (s. of Thomas Tracey & Elizabetha Rorke of Dublin) married Maria Brien of Bray (d. of Patrici Brien & Mary Tyndal of Bray) 09 Feb 1879 Wit: Edwardus Brien of Dublinii & Sara Brien of Bray Bray Parish

Samuel Tracey/Tracy/Treacy & Mary Brien/Bryan

Elizabetha Tracey b. 11/14 Dec 1879 of Bray Sp. Edward Brien & Sarah Brien. Bray Parish

Mary Tracey b. 3/10 Apr 1881 of Kings Cottage Sp. George Cramond & Elizabeth Tierney Bray Parish

Thomas Tracy b. 20/23 Sep 1883 of Kings Cottage Sp John Shiasm & Catharin Brien. Bray Parish

Catherine Tracy b. 25/30 Aug 1885 of Convent Road Sp. John Brien & Jane Kenny. Bray Parish

Patrick Tracy b. 22/29 May 1887 of Convent Road Bray Sp. James Bryan & ??? ???. Bray Parish (Note: MARRIAGE to Maria? Anne? Kelly? 5? September? 19?4?) (Note: Patricio Tracy married Mary Ann Kelly b. 30 Apr 1886 of Market Square (d. of Michael Kelly & Julia Kenny) 5 Oct 1919 Bray Parish)

Sarah Treacy b. 29 Apr/5 May 1889 of Bray Sp John Morgan? & Elizabeth Naylis?. Bray Parish

Samuel Tracy b. 10/13 Dec 1891 of Kings Cottage Convent Road Sp John Brien & Mary Brien. Bray Parish

 

Sarah/Catherine Tracey & Michael Kinsella

Sarah Kinsella b. 31 Jul/5 Aug 1901 of Barrys Lane Sp Patrick Doyle & Lizzie Kinsella. Bray Parish

Elizabeth Kinsella b. 8/16 Nov 1903 of 40 Main st Bray Sp William Connor & Elizabeth Byrne. Bray Parish

 

 

 

Treacy (Bray) April 18, 1937, at her niece's residence, Lasgarvan, Herbert Road, Bray, Catherine daughter of the late Edward Treacy, Leather Merchants, 121-123 Tullow Street, Carlow. Funeral arrangements later.

 

May 18, 1951 (II) Marriages

Tracey and Carr - April 3, 1951, at the Church of Our Lady Queen of Peace, Putland Road, Bray (with Nuptial Mass and Papal Blessing), by Rev. Peter Maguire CC, Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tracey, Ferns, Co. Wexford, to Phyllis, only child of John and the late Mrs Hannah Carr, North View, Putland Road, Bray, Co. Wicklow.

 

Joe Treacy (1939-2006) Scarriff Co. Clare and Greystones Co. Wicklow Irish Forestry

 

Redford (Catholic) Cemetery, Greystones

No.76

In | Loving Memory | of | THOMAS TRACEY | Windgates | dearly loved | husband &

father | died 2nd July 1979 | R.I.P. | Sadly missed | and his | loving wife |

PHYLLIS | (nee CARR) | beloved mother | and grandmother | died 23rd Aug. 2002 |

R.I.P. | Sadly missed.

http://www.igp-web.com/igparchives/ire/wicklow/photos/tombstones/1headstones/redford-cath01.txt

 

Kilmacanogue Cemetery, Co. Wicklow

No.157                  

In Loving Memory of  Cyril Joseph Treacy died 25th April 1941 aged 31/2 months also his Aunt Gertrude O’Brien (nee Treacy) died 29th Oct. 1970. Also Cyril Treacy born Co. Fermanagh 23-8-1911 died 28-8-1998 and his loving wife Nora Ellen (nee Hickson) born 2-1-1911 - died 10-5-2000  R.I.P.

 

 

 

Max Treacy, of Bray, Co. Wicklow, an Irish Olympic sailor.

 

Boat/class Star: Men’s Keelboat

Club: Royal St George Yacht Club

Date Of Birth: 24/5/1978

World Ranking: 59 (2007)

Main Achievement in Class: 4th in the 2007 Star Eastern Hemisphere Championship

Team Status/Category: Olympic Campaiger

What job would you do if you were not sailing?: Medical Optics.

When did you start sailing?: When I was 2 years old with my father on a dragon

What is the single piece of advice you would give a young sailor?: Enjoy it and make sure your boat is the fastest!

 

Max Treacy/Ronan MacNamara, Mirror Class, Irish National Champions 1996.

Max Treacy/Anthony Shanks Star Class winners of California Yacht Club's King of Spain Regatta 2002 in the 74-boat field.

Max Treacy/Anthony Shanks, Star Class, Team Ireland Squad 2005 (Current ISAF Ranking 21 - April 2005)

Joined Italian syndicate +39 in their quest for the 2007 America’s Cup. In 2004, he sailed with +39 in the ACT2 Regatta at Valencia, will combine the role of navigator for +39 with his Star Class Olympic campaign for Beijing.

 

Olympic Squad 2008: Max Treacy & Anthony Shanks (Star)

Treacy and Shanks qualified at the Star Worlds in Miami in April 2008 and were top Irish boat in the international rankings, but the Irish Sailing Association used its discretionary powers to nominate the O'Leary/Milne team for the Beijing games.

 

http://www.maxtreacy.com

 

 

 

Max Treacy & Anthony Shanks winners King of Spain Regatta 2002

Max Treacy & Anthony Shanks

 

 

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Corie Treacy

Position: Centre half, right midfield, full back who can perform equally well on either side of the pitch

Date of Birth: 11th January 1989

Home: Firhouse, Dublin

Corie Treacy from Bray, Co. Wicklow. Former Ranger CYM, St. Joseph's Boys and Cherry Orchard schoolboy player who returned to Ireland after 18 months at Notts Forest. A Republic of Ireland international at Under 17 (2006) and Under 18 level, Corie played centre half during his schoolboy days but in more recent times has played at right full or right midfield. He signed for Shamrock Rovers in 2008 and made his debut for the first team when he came on as a substitute in the pre-season friendly against Kildare County. Although he impressed in the pre-season campaign he had to wait a little longer before making his league debut, which was against Derry City at Tolka Park in May, and then went on to play a further fourteen competitive games with the Hoops over the course of the season.

 

 

 

 Clonmore (see also Carlow)

 

Sally Tracy married John Donohoe 26 sep 1815 Wit: Patt Donohue & Peter Tracy Clonmore Parish

 

Kittly Tracy married James Byrne 18 Oct 1818 Wit: Gally Byrne & Mary Whelan Clonmore Parish

Kitty/Catherine/Mary Tracy/Treacy & James Byrne of Knockeen/Nockeen [Liscolman]

Ellen Byrne b. 2 Oct 1821 Sp Patrick Tracy & Anne Byrne Clonmore Parish

Margaret Byrne b. 31 Jul 1821 Sp Miss Byrne & Darby Byrne Clonmore Parish

Anne Byrne b. Apr 1823 Sp John Donahue & Judy Byrne Clonmore Parish

Anne Byrne b. 5 Nov 1825 Sp James Kehacth & Mary Headon Clonmore Parish

Darby Byrne b. 3 Oct 1828 Sp Tim Byrne & Sally Donohou  Clonmore Parish

Sara Byrne b. 30 May 1830 Sp Thomas Tracy & Mary Nolan Clonmore Parish

John Byrne b. 16 May 1833 Sp Michael Tracy & Mary Kehoe Clonmore Parish

 

Catherine Tracy married Dennis Sweeny of Killinure [Aghowle] & Rathshinine 5 Apr 1821 Wit: John Sweeney & Mrs Cumming Clonmore Parish

 

Michael Tracy married Edith Raney of Knocknatold [Knockatomcoyle Mullinacuff] 2 Dec 1826 Wit: James Rooney & Saragh Kelly Clonmore Parish

Michl Tracy & Judy Roney of Nockeen [Knockeen Liscolman]

Mary Tracy b. 11 Oct 1835 Sp John Kelly & Sally Loughlin Clonmore Parish

 

Tom Tracy married Anne Ellin of B'Connel 5 Oct 1840 Wit: Terry Deene & Nancy Murphy Clonmore Parish

Thos Tracy & Anne Ellis/Elliot of Ballyconnell [Crecrin]

Bruno Tracy b. 1 Sep 1837 Sp John? Neelle - Illegitimate Clonmore Parish

James Tracy b. 27 Dec 1840 Sp John Neil & Mary Doyle Clonmore Parish

Mary Tracy b. 26 Oct 1845 Sp Richd Lyons & Kitty Cavana Clonmore Parish

 

The 1851, 1861, and 1881 Canadian censuses document

Thomas and Ann Tracey from Ballyconnell to Camden, ON

A Story of Emigration: Southwest Wicklow to Ontario by Anne Burgess and Joseph Kenny

http://www.bytown.net/wicklowemigrants.htm

 

Willm Tracy & Mary Maher of Lumcloon [Aghowle]

Elen Tracy b. 16 Apr 1837 Sp Elen Cunningham - illegitimate Clonmore Parish

 

Michael Tracy/Tracey & Anne Moran of Liscolman

Michl Tracy b. 4 Nov 1838 Sp John & Sally Donolanc? Clonmore Parish

Pat Tracy b. 2 Feb 1840 Sp Pat Moran & Anne Kehoe Clonmore Parish

Peter Tracy b. 18 Jul 1841 Sp Michl & Mary Tracy Clonmore Parish

Anna Tracey b. 4 Jun 1843 Sp Thomas Tracey & Mary Tracy Clonmore Parish

Thomas Tracy b. 1 Sep 1844 Sp Patt Tracy & Bridget Kehoe Clonmore Parish

Ellen Tracy b. 11 Mar 1847 Sp Arthur & Bridget Smith Clonmore Parish

Sara Tracy b. 6 May 1849 Sp Patt Smith & Mary Brennan Clonmore Parish

 

Mickl. Tracey, age 41, Farmer, Ireland to USA, Liverpool: West Point 11/04/1851

Ann Tracey, age 35, Immigrant, Ireland to USA, Liverpool: West Point 11/04/1851

Mickl. Tracey, age 13, Immigrant, Ireland to USA, Liverpool: West Point 11/04/1851

Pat Tracey, age 11, Immigrant, Ireland to USA, Liverpool: West Point 11/04/1851

Peter Tracey, age 09, Child, Ireland to USA, Liverpool: West Point 11/04/1851

Ann Tracey, age 07, Child, Ireland to USA, Liverpool: West Point 11/04/1851

Thomas Tracey, age 05, Child, Ireland to USA, Liverpool: West Point 11/04/1851

Sarah Tracey, age 02, Child, Ireland to USA, Liverpool: West Point 11/04/1851

 

1860 Census - 15th Ward Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio

Michael Tracy                             M            55           Irl, labourer

Ann Tracy                   F             51           Irl

Michael Tracy                             M            21           Irl, school teacher

Patrick Tracy                              M            19           Irl

Peter Tracy                  M            17           Irl

Ann Tracy                   F             16           Irl

Sarah Tracy                 F             11           Irl

Ellen Tracy                  F             7             Ohio

 

Jesuit Archives Tracy, M. 6.021

TRACY Mich., n 1,11,1839 Liscolman (Wicklow); i 24,7,1863 Miss; gr 15,8,1876. + 21,9,1884 Cincinnati.

 

Catherina Tracey & Petri Kenny of Ahold [Aghowle]

Anna Kenny b. 8 July 1860 Sp Joannis Davis & Catherine Kelly Clonmore Parish

 

John Tracy & Cath Fallon of Stranakelly [Mullinacuff]

Patrick Tracy b. 7 Mar 1866 Sp Mark Shean & Ann Shean Clonmore Parish

 

Peter Tracy of Liscolman married Margaret Smith of Liscolman 25 Nov 1864 Wit: Thomas Shine & Sarah Kehoe of Balybut Clonmore Parish

Peter Tracy, 28, single (s. of Patrick Tracy) married Margret Smyth, 27, single (d. of Own Smyth) 26 Nov 1864 Ballyconnell, Wick, Ireland

Peter/Michael[?] Treacy/Tracey & Margaret Smyth of Liscolman

Michael Patrick b. 29 September 1865 Coolkenna And Hacketstown (LDS) [NOTE: page may be missing from Church microfilm]

Catherine Treacy b. 1/6 Feb 1867 Sp Arthur Smyth & Catherine Tracy Clonmore Parish (2 Feb LDS)

Patrick Tracey b. 24/26 Sep 1868 Sp Garret Kehoe & Mary Kehoe Clonmore Parish (29 Sep LDS)

Eugene Tracey b. 6/9 Jun 1870 Sp Michael Henessy & Anne Hennesy Clonmore Parish (5 Jun LDS)

Peter Tracey b. 20 Sep/1 Oct 1871 Sp Dennis Smyth & Bridgata Smyth Clonmore Parish (28 Sep LDS)

Margaret Tracey b. 28 Feb/2Mar 1873 Sp Michael Smyth & Mary Kennedy Clonmore Parish

Thomas Tracey b. 26/30 Jan 1875 Sp James Byrne & Mary Byrne Clonmore Parish (29 Jan LDS)

Arthur Tracey b. 13/15 Sep 1876 Sp Michael Tracey & Mary Tracey Clonmore Parish (Note: Married in Rathvilly to Bridgid Kehoe by Fr Delany PP 9th Nov 1921) (also LDS)

Anne Maria Tracey b. 2/6 Aug 1880 Sp Eugene Smyth & Catherine Hammon Clonmore Parish (3 Aug LDS)

 

The reason I am writing is I am searching for information on my GG grandfather Peter Tracy (son of Patrick) who married Margaret Smith (daughter of Owen) in Ballyconnell parish [Crecrin Civil Parish], County Wicklow on 26 Nov., 1864. Peter along with his father Patrick and Owen Smith are on Griffiths land valuation in the Parish of Liscolman, Shillelagh, Wicklow.

Thank you for any information you may have,

Jane Tracy USA 20th January 2015

http://www.irelandxo.com/ireland/wicklow/message-board/catherine-m-treacytraceytracy

 

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

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

Mary Kate Tracey (Sister), died 28 June 1923 Presentation Convent Castlecomer, age 55, nun

 

Michael Tracy of Kiltegan [Wicklow] (s. of Patritius & Catharina of Liscoleman [Wicklow]) married Maria Keogh of Glenogue [Inch Wexford] (s. of Patritius & Anna of Glenogue) Wit: Patritius Tracy of Galway & Brigida Kavanagh of Cashan. Arklow Parish 6 Aug 1874

 

 

State Deaths

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Memorials of the Dead

Liscolman SW Wicklow

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

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

 

 

 Dunlavin

 

Lewis Tracy & Catherine of Blackhill [Dunlavin]

Thomas Tracy b. 21 Feb 1816 Sp. John Keating & Mary Neale. Dunlavin Parish

 

Matt Tracy & Elenor of Whitestown [Donaghmore] & Friarstown [Frianstown - Freynestown]

Jams Tracy b. 18 Jul 1819 Sp. Patt Conroy & Briget Molloy. Dunlavin Parish

Christopher Tracy b. 25 Dec 1822 Sp. Henry Byrne & Anne Conroy. Dunlavin Parish

 

Anthony Tracy & Rose of Rathsala [Rathsallagh]

Catherine Tracy b. 1825 Sp. Pat & Allice Do [Tracy] Dunlavin Parish

 

John Tracy & Mary

Bridget Tracy b. 26 Feb 1836 Sp. Willm Tracy & Anne Fitzpatrick. Dunlavin Parish