Kerry, It is possible, but I don't have any information other than the following (Thomas Cass has a statue in the Boston Gardens, so you may find more information researching him): John Cass married Julia (?). They emigrated from Ireland to St. John’s, New Brunswick.After a short residence there removed to Boston. They had one son: A. Thomas Cass b. 1821, d. 1862 A. Thomas Cass was born in the town of Farmley,10 Queens County, Ireland, in 1821; died of wounds received in the Battle of Malvern Hill, at his residence, 14 Bennett Street, Boston, July 12 (10th on his death certificate, 12th in his obituaries), 1862; buried at Mt. Auburn Cemetery,14 Cambridge, Massachusetts,16 July 16, 1862.5 He married (by Rev. Baron Stow) October 3, 1840,11 (some records state at age 21, which would have been 1842/43)5 Adeline 5 Louisa Richardson.She was born about 1827/28 (age 36 at the time of her second marriage in 1864).11 His parents brought him as an infant, first to St. John’s, New Brunswick, and later, when he was nine months old,10 to Boston. Please let me know if you find anything linking them.