This comprehensive, documented book on the Cahill, Cassidy and Connor families begins with the earliest known ancestors in Ireland and traces them to the present generation using the NGSQ (National Genealogical Society Quarterly) System.
The Cahill, Cassidy, O'Connor, Mooney and Quinn families all emigrated between the years 1846-1855 during or just after the "Great Irish Potato Famine." The Cahills were from County Clare while the Cassidys left Strokestown, County Roscommon and the Connors removed themselves from Cloontuskert Parish also in County Roscommon. During that time period Ireland was a country of 8.2 million population that lost more than 2 million of its people-half of them to starvation and disease, half by emigration. Our three families were among those 1 million emigrants. The Cahill and Connor families arrived in New York. The Cassidy family may have also arrived in NY, but we first locate them in Connecticut. The families then, at different times, moved to LaSalle Co., IL and then finally settled in Livingston Co., IL to raise their families.
Some other family names mentioned in this book are: Barber, Barta, Bellot, Benoit, Cassady, Cavanaugh, Clark, Corrigan, Cundy, Dunn, Flood, Foster, Funk, Girard, Goudreau, Halloran, Hanley, Keating, Kerns, Kiley, Knittel, Kuhn, Leidheiser, Loughran, Mackinson, Matern, Maubach, Miller, Mullin, Nolan, Patten, Piles, Radigan, St.Peter, Saraceno, Scroggins, Sweeden, Sweeney, Verdun, Voboril, Waldschmidt, Werts, Wertz, West, Wheatland, Yacko and many, many more.
This 8 ½" X 11" beautiful hard cover book has 640 pages of acid- free paper (for preservation purposes), and contains 82 photographs. (See Table of Contents below, for other information included).
A limited number of copies are being printed and will be filled as orders are received with enclosed payment.
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