Links you may be interested in!

These are links to other sites that may help you in the research of your Cassity/Cassidy and associated surnames. A section of links to the personal and/or genealogical webpages of some other Cassity/Cassidy and associated surname researchers is included.


Of Particular Interest to Cassity/Cassidy Descendants


Join this group!CASSITY-CASSIDY
This is the official email list for the Cassity/Cassidy Family Association and we invite all those researching Cassidy and all it's spelling variations to join the list and post your queries. You can also search the queries posted to the list!

CASSITY-L
This is another email list for posting Cassidy queries. It covers Cassidys anywhere in the world. To subscribe just send an email to CASSITY-L-request@rootsweb.com with just the word subscribe in the body of the message... no subject!

CASSIDY-L
This is another email list for posting Cassidy queries. It covers Cassidys anywhere in the world. To subscribe just send an email to CASSIDY-L-request@rootsweb.com with just the word subscribe in the body of the message... no subject!

CASSIDY MESSAGE BOARDS!
Post your Cassidy queries here, or your Cassity queries here, or your Cassady queries here so they can be read by others searching the Internet!

You can also read or post queries at the very popular GenForum, but be aware that whatever information you post there may be harvested, without regard for accuracy, and burned to CDs for sale by the company that owns the site.

The CASSIDY CLAN!
The official Cassidy Clan has a brand new... and lovely... website. You'll certainly want to pay them a visit and learn more about Cassidys past and present. You can also find out how to become a member of the Cassidy Clan!

The Scots/Irish Immigration of the 1700s   Our Cassitys and quite a few of the families associated with them in early Virginia and Kentucky were of Scots-Irish descent. You'll want to check out this site to learn more about them.


Sites of General Interest to Family Researchers
USGenWeb   You can look for general genealogy help at USGenWeb or go to individual states' pages. On the state pages you can link to each county's webpage to see what help you can find there. Some counties have birth, death, marriage records, wills, census lists, etc. Click to go directly to the USGenWeb site for these states: Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Texas, Iowa, Ohio, Tennessee, Alabama, South Carolina. Links to other states can be found at the USGenWeb site.

Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet   This is an amazing compilation of genealogy URLs sorted by categories.

GenForum   Here you can post queries on pages devoted to each of your surnames or on pages devoted to some various topics of interest to family researchers.

Rootsweb   Here you will find links to mailing lists for US states, areas and individual counties, foreign countries, surnames, ethnic groups, genealogy software and more. You can also search the whole Rootsweb Archives for queries posted to any of the mailing lists and Usenet newsgroups over the last couple years!


Personal and Genealogical Pages of Our "Cousins"
Ethereal's Realm   Linda Cassidy Lewis  (personal homepage)
All Our Ancestors   Linda Cassidy Lewis
The James K. Prouty Homepage  Lori Prouty
Video Memories  Kevin and Lori Prouty  (personal homepage)
The Dollard Family Genealogy Homepage  Dave Dollard
The Rebecca Cassity El-Kher Family Homepage  Rebecca Cassity El-Kher
The Cassity Genealogy Page  Rebecca Cassity El-Kher
The Teresa Miller Genealogy Page  Marv Miller
Parker Family  Ray Parker
Cassidy Genealogy  Bob Cassidy
New York Cassidys  Michael Cassidy
Another New York Branch  Dennis Jensen


If you think your site should be listed here please let us know. You must be either a Cassidy (any spelling) descendant or have a site containing genealogy information of interest to researchers of the Cassidy or allied surnames.


 
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