I’m a new subscriber and would like to put my Tipperary surname interest on the site and I hope that someone may be able to help me with any information on my families.
CASS Edward or Edmund married Bridget BANNON. They were from Thurles and they immigrated to Australia in 1842. Edward’s parents were James Cass and Catherine. Bridget’s parents were James and Honora Raldah.
RYAN John born c 1812 immigrated to Australia with his siblings Ellen and Thomas in 1839. I believe that his parents were Thomas Ryan and Ellen Breen or O’Brien.
O’BRIEN Thomas married Margaret CASEY in Tipperary they arrived in Australia with their children Jeremiah, Bridget, Denis, Robert and Patrick. They were from Middlethird. Thomas’ parents were Thomas and Margaret and Margaret Casey’s parents were Denis Casey and Mary Eagan.
HICKEY John married Bridget CONNERS or O’Connor around 1826. John, Bridget and their children immigrated to Australia in 1850. John’s parents were Patrick Hickey and Mary Dwyer.
Any information would be very much appreciated. Thankyou.
I saw your message 18 months after you posted it, and wondered whether you now know any more about the Casses. I am researching the name Cass/Case in Dorset, UK and one of them married an Ann from Tipperary. I think this William Cass was a soldier who married a local girl while on duty in Ireland. They had a child in 1808, (possibly one earlier in 1802, then two more in 1815 and 1818. Have you ever come across a suitable marriage that might be William's?
Is there an established Cass family in Tipperary? If there is a connection, I would be happy to tell you more.