Andrew Tracy was born 9 December 1742 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut, United States to Isaac Tracy (1706-1779) and Elizabeth Bushnell (1711-1746) and died 31 October 1801 in Brooklyn, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, United States of unspecified causes. He married Molly Clement (1750-1794) 27 November 1765 in Norwich, New London County, Connecticut, United States. He married Mary Cady (1762-1856) 2 April 1797 in Windham County, Connecticut, United States. Ancestors are from the United States, the United Kingdom.

Ensign 3rd Co., 20th Regiment Infantry, Norwich, CT May 1774.
Source: History of Susquehanna Co., Penn Stocker 1887
P.672 The first schoolhouse was built of logs in the Fall of 1800 and stood by a babbling brook, northwesterly from the house of Andrew Tracy, on the southwest part of what was afterward the Charles Perigo lot. The teacher the following winter was Leonard Tracy.


Offspring of Andrew Tracy and Molly Clement (1750-1794)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Peleg Tracy (1767-)
Leonard Tracy (1770-1802)
Molly Tracy (1771-)
Zabdiel Tracy (1774-)
Eunice Tracy (1776-)
Elizabeth Backus Tracy (1779-)
Sidney Tracy (1781-)
Harriet Tracy (1783-)
Edwin Tracy (1787-)

Offspring of Andrew Tracy and Mary Cady (1762-1856)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Sally Cady Tracy (1798-)
Sally Tracy (1798-)
Andrew Hicks Tracy (1802-1883) 19 January 1802 Pennsylvania, United States 4 July 1883 Broome County, New York, United States Abigail Lobdell (1806-1876)
Uretta Odell (1815-1901)

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