McCullen households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

Householders by county in (1847-64), as on the map

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Surname Dictionary

Collen fairly rare: Ulster etc. A variant of Cullen in Ulster.
Cullen Very numerous: widespread all provinces, particularly S E Leinster. Ir. Ó Cuilinn, perhaps a personal name from cuileann, holly. The sept originated in Wicklow. The large numbers arise partly because of absorption of other names, e.g. Culhoun, Cullinan. IF.
Mac Cuillinn Cullen: clann a bhain le deisceart Uladh ach tá an leagan galldaithe measctha leroinnt sloinnte eile anois agus ní féidir uimhreacha a thomhas. Cuilleann, an crann síor-ghlas, ba bhun leis an ainm, is cosúil.MIF.
MacCullen rare: Down-Louth etc. Ir. Mac Cuilinn. Cuileann, holly, is used as a first name..


  • McCullen in 1659.
  • McCullen births mapped 1864-1913
  • McCullen 1901 census map
  • McCullen 1911 census map
  • McCullen Roman Catholic baptisms
  • McCullen Roman Catholic marriages NEW!

The surname

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