Tully households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

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

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Surname Dictionary

Mac an Tuile Tully, Flood: claochlú ar Ó Maoltuile & Mac Mhaoltuile, q.v.
Mac Mhaoltuile Tully: líonmhar ach féach Ó Maoltuile.
Ó Maoltuile Flood, Tully: líonmhar gach aird. Toil Dé atá i gceist, le ceart, ach deineadh Flood de go luath i Laighin. Bhí an chlann ba mhó cáile i gConnachta agus Breifne - lucht leighis dos na Conchúraigh agus na Raghallaigh.
Tully numerous: all areas: especially Cavan-Longford-Meath-Louth, Galway-Mayo and Belfast. The Irish is Mac an Tuile, Ó Maoltuile, (tuile, flood). They were hereditary physicians to the O'Connors and the O'Rourkes. See also Flood.

Parishes where Tully and a second surname are found together


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