Céad Míle Fáilte!

A Hundred Thousand Welcomes!

The Cassidy Clan is a perpetual hereditary association comprised of persons that bear the Cassidy surname or are descended from an ancestor with the Cassidy surname or any of the variant spellings of Cassidy.  In the United States, many Cassidy variations exist, including Cassity, Cassaday and Casada.  

Membership in our Irish Clan is open to all persons without regard to race, ethnic origin, religion, age or gender.  We take great pride in our heritage as physicians, priests, and scholars,  seek to build common bonds among all Cassidys and their descendants, and every three years host a rally in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland where the Cassidys originated.  

April 2022 Update: We will host the Cassidy Clan Rally at the Killyhevlin Hotel in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh from Friday July 22nd through Sunday July 24th. Visit our Clan Rally page for our program details and how to RSVP to attend the rally.

The Cassidys studied, prayed, cared for the sick, and taught on Devenish Island for almost a 1,000 years.
Cassidys studied, prayed, cared for the sick, and taught on Devenish Island for almost a 1,000 years.
 Cassidy's Pub at 42 Lower Camden Street Lower in Dublin which President Bill Clinton visited.
Cassidy’s Pub at 42 Lower Camden Street Lower in Dublin which President Bill Clinton visited. Learn about the Cassidy/Clinton connection.
Knockmore Cliff in County Fermanagh Ireland, water color by Janet Cassidy-Stroh
Knockmore Cliff in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, a water color painting by Janet Cassidy-Stroh.   The Cassidys originated in County Fermanagh.

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