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Casey is a common Irish surname of the Gaelic "Cathasaigh", meaning "vigilant" or "watchful". At least six different septs used this name, primarily in the Counties of Cork and Dublin.
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    My great grandfather came to America from Ireland around 1877-1880"s. He traveled across the country by train to live with his brother Dan in San Francisco. Later he moved to the northwest, worked on the railroad and accumulated land, hotel in Portland, Oregon.

    He and wife Jenny (Scott) lived in Hilgard and had 5 children, my grandmother Nora was one of the children.
    I'm traveling to Ireland in September and would love to know where family are buried. I believe somewhere around Cork..?
    Thank You??


    Patty Casey

    My name is Patricia Claire Casey Iam looking for my Great Grandfather Thomas Casey b.1843 Croom, ireland m. Bridgit kinnelly 1 dec 1866 in Croom. They had 3 children:

    Johanna Casey?- stayed in Ireland
    Mary Casey- b. 1870 in Croom, moved to USA in 1892 m. Peter Winn
    My Grandfather James Casey b 10 Nov 1875 came to USA in 1893 m Mary Catherine Connelly?? in Oxnard, California and d.15 Jun 1931 Rio Linda, California




    Michael Casey born 1710


    Michael Casey born 1710

    Ray Casey

    i am looking for any information about john casey who played for kildare with his four brothers thomas,billy,joe,jim in the early 1900 and won a all ireland medal my father thomas worked for c.i.e and lived in cabra west all his life they were born rathangan co kildare any information thank you ray casey thomas,son


    Looking for relatives of my Great Great Great Grandmother Mary Catherine Casey born 1839 in Clonmel, Tipperary, Ireland married in 1853 in Adelaide South Australia. She passed away in Port Elliot South Australia in 1922. Her spouse was John Fidock.

    Liam Clarke

    Hi, I am looking for details or information about John Casey 1805 1876 of Mullingar, Co. Westmeath, Ireland and his family, including forebares. The information I have located indicates he was born in Walshtown and lived in Conmoyle, both of which are townlands in Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. One of his sons lived at the townland of Bryanstown in Mullingar. Getting confirmed details beyond the late 1800 or 1700's is challenging. Oral tradition, supported by family members now in their nineties, says the Casey's were in Co. Westmeath and before that Co. Cork. The time of the move is uncertain.

    Frank Kaicy

    Yes, I am trying to track down names changes from Casey to Kaicy. I have traced down a Michael Kaicy and Julia (Kirby) Kaicy, in Ireland in 1843? However I have not been able to find anything pass that. this was in Kilkenny Ireland. Any advice would be helpful.

    Sara Kelly

    Hello, I’m tracing my ancestry and trying to find more information to the Casey name. My great grandmother was Mary Riley born around 1889, she had my grandfather Joseph Riley in Brooklyn New York in1907. The birth father is unknown, but I have DNA connections to the Casey family and Ireland connection to Roscommon and Longford. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you


    My grandmother Mary's maiden name was Casey. Her father being Martin Casey from Ireland. He married and had two kids James and Mary. Mary had four children and six Grandchildren. I don't know anything beyond my great-grandfather but would love to.

    James Casey

    I am looking for my great great grandfather Charles Frank Casey or O’casey. He son Charles left Ireland and came to Cherokee North Carolina.


    Dear All, I am looking for my bio father, whose surname is Casey. But he worked before in USA Navy, in Hawaii, per my adoptive families stories. But later I got more info, that he and/ or his families or ancestors, have been living/ connecting also, to the British Isles. I did dna tests, but in Ancestry DNA, I do not take the Tracing Region dna tests, so, I got not so details. My adoptive mother too, told me that my bio father, that Casey has a bit East Asian mixed, which are more common in Hawaii. But I just sight seeing here, so just in case, any one can advise me how to find more about our Irish ancestors, and whether there are any DNA tests projects, like the Jewish DNA tests projects. Thanks so much. Regards - Michelle

    Jon Casey

    Hi, I am a Casey from Newfoundland Canada. I am trying go trace my roots back to Ireland. I know that my great grand father came from Ireland. If anyone can provide feedback. Thanks


    Hi Fellow Casey's I am on the search for a James Casey whose father was John Bernard Casey a Coal Miner.james was born about and mum have taken DNA tests and mine came back 80% irish and mums is 45% Ulster irish? Gedmatch numbers Carla A106074 Gill Casey A962767 email we live in Galway Ireland

    Janson Quessy

    Good day I am doing my genealogy and am a descendant of a certain Roger Casey born c. 1646 "in Ireland" who landed in Acadia, New France (nowaday called New Bunswick, Canada) c. 1660. Some family rumors hint towards Co Cork... maybe Mitchelstwon. I am schedule to visit Ireland in June 2016 and would like to investigate "on site" into some archives, if such exists. I am wondering if you could either givc me some indication as to where to look for or whom to contact that could help me on this quest. Here is the website of our family where you can peak into what we have been able to discover so far about our lineage. Best regards from Montreal, Canada --


    my father, Barry Casey, said that many years ago his family was under the protection of the MacLeods. Id like to know if this is true.


    my casey member daniel born 1829 came over from county cork married elizabeth hunter from lincolnshire england had a sister johanne who married a richard tunnadine,he then settled in Chesterfield Derbyshire his father on his wedding certificate also daniel, afew people have mentioned a place called bandon anyone shed any light on any of the info thanks


    hi im trying to trace my casey ancestors who came over fro mayo ireland and settled in west yorkshire england.

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