Cassidy Clan Membership

Become A Member Of the Cassidy Clan

All persons with the Cassidy surname or a variation of the Cassidy surname, spouses, their descendants and persons with an interest in family genealogy, Irish history and culture are welcome to become members of the Cassidy Clan.

Each new member receives a beautiful certificate of clan membership, a free consultation, if requested, with Nuala Cassidy, our Chairperson and Clan Genealogist, to assist you in tracing your Cassidy family roots, and a subscription to the clan newsletter.

Joining the Cassidy Clan costs £30 Brit/ U.S. $55 and your membership is effective for three years.

All active members receive the annual clan newsletter and are entitled to vote at the general meeting conducted at each clan rally.

The cost to renew Clan memberships (for another three year period) is £20 Brit / U.S. $35.  

Please make your payment by credit card  via the Cassidy Clan PayPal account.  Click the  “Buy Now” button below to join or renew your membership:




Our next Cassidy Clan rally will take place in the Summer of 2017 from Friday, June 30th to Sunday, July 2nd.   The host hotel for the rally will be the Killyhevlin Hotel in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.  

We Greatly Appreciate Your Support

The Cassidy Clan is a 100% volunteer run organization.   All funds raised are dedicated to clan activities, including producing the clan newsletter, hosting the web site, promoting the clan rally and special projects.  Any and all donations are also greatly appreciated.

In 2000, under the leadership and initiative of Nuala Cassidy, the Cassidy Clan lobbied local authorities and contributed funds to restore an ancient rath, an earthen fort or enclosure, in the Townland of Cassidy, near Irvinestown, County Fermanagh.
In 2000, under the leadership and initiative of Nuala Cassidy, the Cassidy Clan lobbied local authorities and contributed funds to restore an ancient rath, an earthen fort or enclosure, in the Townland of Cassidy, near Irvinestown, County Fermanagh.

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