Obits: Tracey, Daniel 1876

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File contributed by: Mary Heaphy October 
4, 2009, 8:21 am


Nenage Guardian, 8th May 1876. 
His numerous friends in Nenagh will regret to hear that a 
once favourite amongst them, has just paid the debt of 
nature, in the person of Dr. Daniel Tracey. He had been a 
resident in Limerick since 1858, when he was appointed 
resident Apothecary to the fever hospital at John's Gate, a 
situation he resigned from some eight or ten years ago. He 
was gifted with talents of a high order, and in his 
profession, he was one of the old school, and had few 
superiors. He came of an old race in the Parish of 
Templemore, and was the 11th child of Patrick and Mary 
Tracey. Those who knew him will remember him as a gentleman 
of a bye gone time in which the intellectual faculties were 
cultivated as well for professional advancement as for the 
entertainment of the circle in which he moved.