households in Griffith's Valuation (1847-64)


McMullan 128
McMullen 864
McMullens 5
McMullin 58
McMullins 7
Molen 7
Moleyn 2
Mollan 13
Mulane 2
Mullan 194
Mullane 298
Mullans 7
Mullen 1379
Mullens 24
Mullin 314
Mullins 811
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Mac Maoilín Mac Millen: féach Mac Maoláin.
Mac Maoláin Mac Mullen: an-líonmhar: Ulaidh, Connachta thuaidh, Laighin thuaidh. Tá an sloinne seo go láidir san oir-tuaisceart - rud a fhágann gur cosúil go bhfuil an sloinne Albanach Mac Millan measctha leis an ndream dúchasach. Tá Mac Millan féin líonmhar sa Dún agus Aontroim. Bhí siad lámh le Áth Cliath sa 12 céad.
MacMullan Very numerous: Ulster generally, N Connacht, N Leinster. Ir. Mac Maoláin, a dimin. of maol, bald or tonsured. The name is indigenous but also a variant of the Scottish Mac Millan to which must be attributed many of those in the North East.
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.


McMullin households in each county in the Primary Valuation property survey of 1847-64.
Click on a county name for a breakdown of the number of households by parish (paying).
  Antrim 15 Armagh 2
  Belfast city 8 Cavan 2
  Derry 7 Donegal 2
  Down 7 Dublin city 1
  Fermanagh 3 Offaly 6
  Tyrone 5