About Thomas Casady (Cassady)
- Daughters of American Revolution Ancestor #: A020169
- Birth: (ANTE) 1757 VIRGINIA
- Death: 9-6-1825 RUSH CO INDIANA
Thomas Cassady is recognized as a veteran of the American Revolution by the Daughters of the Revolution. He served as a private in the Continental Army of Virginia. His D.A.R. registration number is 54238. The proof of his service is held at the Adjutant Generalâ€™s Office, Section 18, Document 44, House of Delegates, Richmond, Virginia, 1835:
List of Non-Commissioned Officers & Soldiers of Virginia Line on Continental Establishment, whose names appear on the Army Register & who have not received bounty land, Richmond, 1835:
Cassedy, Thomas, Soldier, Inf.
His service record in the National Archives is on card #1301, microfilm roll #9. Many of his descendants joined the D.A.R. in the 1890's.
Thomas Cashaday was listed in Military District #23 under Captain Frazer in 1783 and 1784. He owned 1 horse in 1783. Thomas evidently joined his family in Montgomery County later. Thomas Casaday was listed on the 1787 tax roll of Montgomery County. He owned 5 horses and 3 head of cattle. He was living very close to his father Simon. Thomas Casaday was listed as owning land located on Doe Creek, Sinking Creek and the Greenbriar Branch of the New River in the 1789 tax list of Montgomery County. He owned 3 horses. Thomas Cassedy was a member of the Montgomery County Militia under Captain John Lucas. He left Montgomery County in 1798 and by September 3, 1799, Thomas Cassady had arrived in Miami County, Ohio.