O'Mullane heads of household in the 1911 census


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Surname Dictionary

Mollan rare: scattered. Variants of Mullan, q.v.
Mullan Very numerous: Ulster generally etc. Ir. Ó Maoláin, dimin. of maol, bald, blunt. The most important sept was in Derry. See also Mullen and Mullin(s).
Mullane numerous: W Limerick-Cork etc. Ir. Ó Maoláin. A locally-based name synonymous with Mullan, Mullen, Mullins, q.v.
Mullen Very numerous: all areas, remarkably even distribution. Mullen is predominent in the North, Mullins in the South. Ir. Ó Maoláin. Septs existed in Galway and Derry. It must be noted that an English name Mullins also exists and is surely present.
Ó Maoláin rare: scattered. Ir.Lang. See Mullen.
Ó Maoláin Mullane, Mullen: an-líonmhar: gach aird. Aithnítear clanna i nDoire, Gailimh agus Corcaigh. Tá an leagan Mullane i Luimneach thiar agus Corcaigh. Maolánach dob'ea máthair Dhónaill Uí Chonaill. SGG & IF.
O'Mullane Quite numerous: Cork etc. Ir. Ó Maoláin (see O'Mullan). This name is common through the country in various forms. See Mullane, Mullen, Mullins, Moylan. IF & SGG.
 

Variants in 1911, with total occurences

Mollan: 14
Mollen: 1
Mollin: 6
Mullan: 229
Mullane: 117
Mullen: 407
Mullens: 7
Mullin: 198
Mullins: 210
Mullon: 8
O'Mullane: 9
O'Mullen: 2
O'Mullin: 1

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