Thomas Casey1

#20117, (circa 1822 - )
Birth*circa 1822He was born circa 1822 at IrelandG.1 
circa 1839He migrated to United StatesG circa 1839.2 
circa 1843He removed to MissouriG circa 1843.2 
1 November 1844He was naturalized on 1 November 1844 at Circuit Court, Potosi, Breton Twp., Washington Co., MissouriG.2 
20 November 1850He appeared on the census of 20 November 1850 in the household of Daniel O'Brien and Ellen Casey at Breton Twp., Washington Co., MissouriG, age 28, b. Ireland, miner (poss. son of Francis Casey); (neis. Margaret Mundy, age 50, fam. 1170; John and Mary Pierce, fam. 1155.)3 


  1. [S20] 1850 U.S. Federal Census.
  2. [S2423] Adella Breckenbridge Moore, "Casey", Community Builders column in unk. newspaper, date unk.. "On November 1, 1844, Thomas Casey, a native of Ireland, appeared at the Circuit Court at Potosi and prayed to become a citizen of the United States. Daniel Bryan and Francis Casey made oath that Thomas Casey resided in the United States three years preceeding his majority. Including those three years he had resided in the United States five years and one year in Missouri. He swore to support the Constitution of the United States and foreswore allegiance to Victoria, Queen of Great Britain. He was admitted as a citizen."
  3. [S20] 1850 U.S. Federal Census. Daniel O'Bryan (65), miner, b. Ireland; Ellen (50), b. Ireland.