Every year thousands of people of Irish descent come to the town to celebrate the crowning of the Rose with us.
But in 1850, Tralee was also the name given to a Civil Parish or taxation district in the Barony of Trughanacmy.
At that time the Civil Parish of Tralee comprised 30 townlands varying in size from 23 acres to 425 acres.
If you search for these townlands in the 1901/11Census, you will find that the spelling of some of the townlands has evolved and changed from the spelling given them in Griffith's Valuation.
At the time of the Census 1901/11, Tralee was the name given to a District Electoral Division (DED)
A search of the 1901 Census for Tralee DED gives you 11,169 results.
A search of http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/ for 'Tralee' will give you 77,857 results, births, marriages and deaths which are free to view.
Today, most of the townlands of Tralee Civil Parish have become part of the town of Tralee, as it has grown from the original medieval town.
You will find a map of Tralee Civil Parish here http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlker/tralee.html