The Clan Mullaney was from a Sept. which did not have a large or wealthy social structure and a directly linked family coat of arms is not easily found. The one (not displayed here) which has been accepted as the oldest with links to Mullaney's is:
ARMS: Sable three fleur-de-lis argent. (Black shield with three white fleur-de-lis).
CREST: A church and spire proper.
MOTTO: Fortiter et Fideliter.
(Boldly and Faithfully).
The census of 1659 finds Mullany families in Kilkenny and finds Mullany as the principal name in Waterford. In the same records, O'Mullany is found as a principal name of County Roscommon, oparticularly in the barony of Boyyle. More anciently, in Milesian Families, O'Mullany is cited as a Dalcassion Family in Waterford, Sligo, and Longford.(2)
The surname Mullaney and its many variants is very much an Irish name, like so many others before, it has gone through various changes, none too serious, however between them all there are around 50 different spellings for Mullaney. Pronunciation is also a point of contention with many, the most popular spelling in Ireland in the 1800's was Mullany followed by Mullanny with only a few Mullaney's. By the 1900's the situation had been reversed with Mullaney the most common spelling, this resulted in the name being pronounced "Mul lane y", with the "lane" part pronounced Lane, as in meaning, narrow road. My understanding is that it was always, and should always, be pronounced as "Mull an ey", with the "an" part pronounced Ann, as in the girls name.
Many of the variants come from countries like America and England where the Irish took up residence after the disasters which fell about them in their own country through the 17th, 18th, and 19th, centuries. America produced more variations than England, this was due mainly to the system which was responsible for translating a verbally strong, rich Irish brogue into written English, sometimes by clerics who themselves could not speak, let alone write the language.
The name can be traced
back without difficulty to the early 1500's where the clan was seated in
location of Lough Arrow and Lough Ce, (now Lough Key), on the County Roscommon and County Sligo border. Trace ability can reach further back to the 5th, and 6th, century in the territory of Tir Eanna. The rulers of that area were the Clan Diarmund, Gall of Enda, later in the 11th, century, MacGiolla Eanaig, and then Maoileanaigh.
CENEL EANNA (descendants of Enda),
MacGIOLLA EANAIGH, later
O'MAOILEANAIGH, which was anglicised........O'MULANY, MULLANNY, MULLANEY,
this is recorded in the "Annals of the Four Masters" in 1500 A.D.
Early Mullaney's migrated
from their ancient territory at the source of the Boyle River close to
the border between the counties Roscommon, Sligo and Mayo, which was bounded
by the Breedoge River in the east, the Lung River to the west, the Suck
River to the south and Lough Technet (now Lough Gara) to the north.
They moved north west into County Mayo giving their name to the County
Market Town of Crossmolina. They moved north into County Sligo near to
the Ox Mountains, where can be found Mullany's Cross. Mullaney's
also moved north east across the Curlew Mountains, which in later years
was to become their undefeated battle ground against marauding invaders,
to the southern shore of Lough Arrow, where the border between Counties
Sligo and Roscommon skirts the edge of the Townland of BALLYMULLANNY.
pre-anglicised was BAILE, generally taken to denote TOWN,... In middle
(900-1200), the term Baile was taken to mean, PLACE or HOMESTEAD. Therefore,
"BALLYMULLANNY" is identified with Homestead, Place or Town of the Mullaney's.
The more modern understanding and usage of Bally, is commonly identified with the
concept of "Townland" being the smallest territorial unit recognized in Ireland.
Mullaney's populated around half of the 32 counties of Ireland in the period of Griffith's Valuation which was taken in the mid 1800's. Whilst their homelands were in the Sligo / Roscommon area there is evidence of strong Mullaney foundations in Tipperary, Mayo and Cork. Roughly, they occupied those counties west of a line drawn from the southern edge of Donegal down to the eastern edge of Waterford.
On the 15th, August 1599, four hundred years ago the Mullaney's were part of the men of Moylurg who defended the pass over the Curlew Mountains against the English and defeated them.
"Mullaney"- is a registered clan with the "Clans of Ireland Office" in Ireland.
1)-Michael Mullaney, 5 St. Peters Place, Haslingden, Rossendale, Lancashire, BB4 4BT England. email@example.com
2) "The Book of
Irish Families Great and Small" --@1992 -Michael C.
-The Irish Genealogical Foundation ISBN 0-940134-08-X
Francis Mullany- F.S.C.(
(Bro. Azarias of the Cross Mullany, FSC)
Noted educator, scholar, and author who was affiliated with the Christian Brothers' School, the De La Salle Institute, New York, New YorkUsed the pen name Brother Azarias and was an educator, essayist, literature and philosopher, born in Killenaule, County Tipperary, 1847.
J. Mullaney (Captain USN)
First commander of the Destroyer U.S.S. Mullany, in WWII. Nicknamed "the Lucky Ship", she sustained enormous damage from Japaneese fire, but always made it back to Port. The ship won 7 Battles Stars for her action in the War. (note the irony of the name of the ship, and it's first commander)
To the crew: "Boys, I'm going to have to learn to get along with you".
To the officers: "And, gentlemen, you will have to learn to get along with me!"
who's mother was a Mullaney, became archbishop of Cincinnati, born Kiltimage, County Mayo, 1877.
from Cahir, County Tipperary, born 1813. He was an architect and designed and built many churches in Dubuque, Iowa.
R. Mullany (10th Quartermaster
Col James Robert Mullany of the house of Mullaney and Croft New York married Miss Maria Burger daughter of Elias Burger merchant all of New York Jan 27 1810. He fought in the 1812 in Canada against England.
Born in Ireland, he enlisted as a Major in the 13th Infantry Regiment on March 13, 1812.(War of 1812)
He probably had some military training in Europe, and possibly may have served in the British army. He transferred on August 26 to the 23rd Infantry Regiment, which he is believed to have recruited near Canandaigna, New York, and was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel on March 3, 1813. On November 30 of that year he was promoted to Colonel and transferred to the 32nd Infantry Regiment. After the War, Col Mullany was appointed Quatermaster General of the Army from 1816-1818.
His son was James Robert Madison Mullany born Oct 26 1818 .
Robert Madison Mullany
Born Oct 26 , 1818 in New York, this renowned Navy commander was recognized by the U.S. Congress for gallentry in the Battle of Mobile Bay during the American Civil War. Mullany was promoted to Captain in 1866, to Commodore in 1870, and to Rear Admiral in 1874. He retired and lived in Philadelphia. Two navel ships were named after him; The Clemson Class Destroyer "Mullany", and The Fletcher Class Destroyer "Mullany".
Mullany (Irish Rebel)
In the uprising of 1798 in Tipperary, Edmund Mullany was one of the Irish rebels who were captured, tried, and sentenced to death. He was shot to death by a firing squad. His head was then severed from his body and buried in the street adjoining the jail at Cashel.
The senior member of the Mullaney Clan residing in the area of Boyle died in 1556.
In 1409 was appointed Prior of St. Mary's on Church Island, which is on Lough Key.
Bishop of Elphin,1174-1195. Tibohine, County Roscommon.
In 1540 , who is described as a Bard and his four sons were assembled at a
gathering on Lough Key.
Muirceartach Og O'Mullaney
In 1554, Muirceartach Og O'Mullaney was apprehended for the burining of the Abbey at Boyle.
-In the pardons from King James I. 1603 were, Brian Mirgagh O'Mullaney, Cathal Reagh
O'Mullaney and Turlough O'Mullaney.
-At the State Inquisition held in Ballinafad 1616 Conor O'Mullaney is described as an owner in Ballymullanny along with Brian O'Mullaney, Cathal O'Mullaney and Turlough O'Mullaney.
1669 was a novice at Ballindoon Abbey located on the eastern side of Lough Arrow.
Denis and Bridget Mullany
Buried within the Abbey at Ballindoon is Denis and Bridget Mullany 1753. It is said that
Mullaney's were buried on one side of the high alter and MacDonough's (the highest ranking family
in the area) on the other side.
Mrs. MacDonough (nee Mullany)
Buried within the cloisters in the Abbey in Sligo town is Mrs. MacDonough, otherwise Mullany
(1755-1812) Entered Sligo Priory 1764 amongst other titles, from 1804 to 1808 he held the office of "Prior Provincial of the Province of Ireland", the highest Dominican Office in Ireland.
Labor Leader Kate
Organized the Collarworkers Union in 1865 in Troy, New York. A celebration in her honor was held in Troy, NY, and hosted by First Lady Hilliary Rodham Clinton.
1) Michael Mullaney firstname.lastname@example.org
5 St. Peters Place, Haslingden,
Rossendale, Lancashire, BB4 4BT England.
grandmother, was born in Mohill, Co. Leitrim in 1864. Her parents
were John Mullaney and Mary Kennedy. She spent her
early childhood in Mohill, County Leitrim , With her younger brother and
sister, Henery and Margaret. After her father's death, immigrated
with her mother to America at age 13 . Jane and her mother
were processed in NYC at the old Castle Clinton in lower Manhattan.
This was the immigrant station prior to the construction of Ellis Island
immigration center in the 1890's. The structure still stands in Battery
Park, adjacent to the Statue of Liberty Ferry.
Jane married another Leitrim immigrant, Edward C. McGrail, and had three children: Edward [my father], Genivieve, and John.
Jane died on Staten Island in 1937, where she lived with her son, Edward. She is buried with her husband in Old Calvary Cemetry, Queens, NY. She died many years before I was born, and I regret never having known her.
The Family of
( ca 1845- ca 1875)
b.Mohill, Co, Leitrim ? d. Mohill, Leitrim
(sp) Mary Kennedy ( ca 1846 - March 3, 1908)
b. Mohill, Co. Leitrim ? d. NYC
(Sept. 6, 1864 - Oct 9. 1937)
b. Mohill, Co. Leitrim d. Staten Island, NY
- immigrated to NYC. ca. 1876 with her mother, after her father's death in Ireland
(sp) Edward Christopher McGrail (1858- Dec 6, 1929)
b. Lisfuiltaghan, Drumkeerin, Co. Leitrim d. Bronx NY
- Scotland (ca 1871)
- Montana- cowboy (1870's-90's)
- Chicago- Armour Meats (1890's)
- Manhattan- railroad fireman on a steam locomotive
Edward C. McGrail Jr
(sp)-Eileen Gottlieb (1915-1983)
b-S.I.N.Y.- d- S.I.N.Y.
4- Gregory E. McGrail
(sp)- Karen Goodman (1953- )
5- Tara Shannon McGrail
(University of Notre Dame-class of 1999)
5- Daniel Patrick McGrail
(University at Buffalo- class of 2000)
5- Richard Lawrence McGrail (1979-
(City University of New York- class of 2001)
4- Kenneth R. McGrail
(sp)- Digna Rodriguez (1949- )
5- Christopher Ian McGrail
(West Point- Class of 2000 )
5- Kenneth R. McGrail Jr
5- Patrick Gregory McGrail
5- Michael S. McGrail
4- Richard L. McGrail
4- Stephen McGrail
(sp) John Gottlieb (1900-1959)
4- Geraldine Gottlieb
4- Genevieve Gottlieb
(sp)- Michael J.Brennan Sr. (1932- )
5- Michael J. Brennan (1957-
(sp)- Carol Formica (1956- )
6- Michael Brennan 3rd
6- Brian Brennan
5- Kevin A. Brennan
(sp)-Linda- ( 1958- )
6- Kimberly Brennan
(1982 - )
6- Kelly Brennan
6- Lisa Brennan
6- Laura Brennan
(1986 - )
5- Colleen Brennan
(sp#1)-William Knieriam Jr. ( - )
6- William C. Knieriam
3rd ( -
6- John Knieriam
( - )
6- Steven Knieriam
( - )
5- (sp#2) John Sorge
( - )
6- Melanie Sorge
( - )
Sorge ( -
5- Diane Brennan
(sp)- Steven Cykowski ( - )
6- Patrick Cykowski
( - )
6- Daniel Cykowski
( - )
6- Connor Cykowski
( - )
6- Erin Cykowski
( - )
5- Thomas E. Brennan
(1964 - )
(sp) Lynn Lepardo ( - )
6- Laurie Ann Brennan
(1996 - )
6- Brian Brennan
( - )
John A. McGrail
(sp #1) Elizabeth ? ( - )
4 -Joy McGrail
(sp #2) Elizabeth Price
b. Bklyn (?) d. Bklyn
(1st cousin-actor Vincent Price)
(sp #3) Kathleen
( - )
2- Henery Mullaney(Mullany)
(April 14, 1866- )
b. Mohill, Co. Leitrim d.- ?
(may have died in chilhood)
( Sept 20, 1868- )
b- Mohill, Co. Leitrim d.- ?
(may have died in childhood)
[Transportation Records-Irish National Archives]
SURNAME: MULLANEY OTHER
AGE: 29 SEX: M ALIAS:
PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Roscommon
TRIAL DATE: 11/07/1848
PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: Spike Island
DOCUMENT DATE: CRIME DESCRIPTION: Appearing Armed SENTENCE: Transportation 10 yrs SHIP: PETITIONER: RELATIONSHIP: DOCUMENT REFERENCES: CRF 1851 M36 MICROFILM REFERENCES: COMMENTS:
SURNAME: MULLANY OTHER
AGE: 18 SEX: M ALIAS: PLACE OF TRIAL: Co Leitrim TRIAL DATE: 28/06/1851 PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: DOCUMENT DATE: CRIME DESCRIPTION: Burglary and robbery SENTENCE:Transportation 10 yrs SHIP: PETITIONER: RELATIONSHIP: DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 11, p 94 MICROFILM REFERENCES: COMMENTS: Name struck through on register.
SURNAME: MULLANY OTHER
AGE: 33 SEX: M ALIAS: PLACE OF TRIAL: Co Tipperary TRIAL DATE: 19/07/1843 PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: DOCUMENT DATE: CRIME DESCRIPTION: uttering forged promising note SENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs SHIP: PETITIONER: RELATIONSHIP: DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 5, p 160 CRF 1843 M 43 MICROFILM REFERENCES: COMMENTS:Convict is employed in the purchase and selling of cattle.
Convict has a wife and five children.
Prisoner #432 Name- MULLOWNEY Catherine Prison Ship-Waverley
LDS (Mormon) Family History Center
|Dominick Mullanny||10 Jan 1864||Hugh Mullanny and Margaret Sharcott||Jamestown|
|Jane Mullanny||06 Sept 1864||John Mullanny and Mary Kennedy||Mohill|
|John Mullany||27 Sept 1864||John Mullany and Mary McKeon||Co. Leitrim|
|Honor Mullaley||22 May 1865||James Mullaley and Mary King||Mohill|
|John Moloney||14 June 1864||Thomas Moloney and Anne Reed||Jamestown|
|Henery Mullany||14 April 1866||John Mullany and Mary Kennedy||Mohill|
|Margaret Mullanny||20 Sept 1868||John Mullanny and Mary Kennedy||Mohill|
|Anna Doherty||23 June 1883||Patrick Doherty and Bridget Mullaney||Kilclare|
|Patrick Doherty||20 March 1886||Patrick Doherty and Bridget Mullaney||Kilclare|
Illinois Land Records
Purchaser: MULLANY THOMAS Record ID: 509499
Type of sale: Railroad (RR)
Section: 12 Section Part: SWNE
Township: 08S Range: 02W
Meridian: 3 Purchaser Res:
Arch. Vol. No: 794 Vol. Page No.: 312
Cash warrant code: Record corrected: 0
City Directory, 1890
Gopsill, James. Gopsill's Philadelphia City Directory for 1890.
Philadelphia: James Gopsill's Sons, 1891.
|Mullaney James||driver||(h) 815 Depot|
|Mullaney James||laborer||(h) Sprague av n Locust av, Somerville|
|Mullaney John J.||compounder||(h) 815 Depot|
|Mullaney Patrick||(h) N 53d n Jefferson|
|Mullaney Patrick||laborer||(h) 2112 Annin|
Descendants of Charles Mullany
1-CHARLES MULLANY b-Co. Sligo, Ire d-Cleragh, Kiltimagh, Co. Mayo, Ire
2-MARK MULLANY (ca.1831- ) b- Co. Sligo, Ire d- Cleraghm,Co. Mayo, Ire (sp)BRIDGET BYRNE (married-February 01, 1864)
3-MICHAEL MULLANY (7/31 1866- ) b- Kiltimagh, County Mayo, d- ?
3-MARY MULLANY (12/1870- ) b-Cleragh, County Mayo, Ire d- ?
3-MARGARET MULLANY (12/1871- ) b-Cleragh, County Mayo d- ?
3-BRIDGET MULLANY (8/1874- ) b-Cleragh, County Mayo d- ?
3-CHARLES MULLANY (11/1875- ) b-Cleragh, County Mayo d- ?
3-ANNE MULLANY (10/1876- ) b-Cleragh, County Mayo, d- ? (sp)PATRICK GOLDEN (a.k.a. Pat Golden) (married-November 1920 in ?)
2-JOHN MULLANEY, SR. (a.k.a. Joannes Mullany) b- Clereagh,Co Mayo d- Kiltimagh,Co Mayo (sp)BRIDGET DOYLE b- Ireland. d- Kiltimagh,Co Mayo 3- MICHAEL MULLANEY SR. (8/1874-10/31 1949) b- Clereagh, Kiltimagh, Co Mayo d- Philadelphia,PA (sp)DELIA BOLAND- (3/19 1885- 3/3 1947) b- Kinaffe, Swinford, Co Mayo d- Philadelphia, PA 4-JOHN J. MULLANEY, SR.(8/5 1908- 10/19 1987) b- Philadelphia, PA d- Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania. (sp)YOLANDA DELL'OSA- (6/13 1917- ) b-Philadelphia, PA 4-THOMAS MULLANEY- (8/30 1910- 10/3 1914) b- Carrick, Kiltimagh,Co Mayo d- Carrick, Kiltimagh,Co Mayo 4-ANNA CELIA MULLANEY- (9/ 28 1912-10/21 1986) b- Carrick,Kiltimagh, Co Mayo d- Coventry, England. (sp)JOHN O'BRIEN- (10/05 1913- ) b- Carrick, Kiltimagh,Co Mayo d- Coventry, England 4-MICHAEL THOMAS ALOYSIUS MULLANEY- (8/25 1916- 7/09 1997) b- Philadelphia, PA d- Newfield, New Jersey (sp)MARY ANN TESTA- (1/24 1911- 8/23 1983) b- Philadelphia,PA d- Cape May Court House, New Jersey 4-MARY JOSEPHINE THERESA MULLANEY- (5/17 1919- ) b- Philadelphia, PA d- July 13, 1996 in Bridgeton, New Jersey (sp)CARLO VINCENT MAZZEO,SR. (1/25 1917- 5/26 1987) b- Bronx, New York. d- Philadelphia, PA 4-MARTIN PETER JOSEPH MULLANEY- (6/29,1922- 10/10 1964) b- Philadelphia, PA d- Philadelphia, PA. 4-ALICE THERESA MULLANEY- (5/07 1925- ) b- Philadelphia, PA
3-MARY MULLANY (2/1870- ) b- Cleragh, Kiltimagh, County Mayo, Ire c- Cleragh, Kiltimagh, County Mayo, Ire 3-MARTIN MULLANEY- b- Clereagh,Kiltimagh, Co Mayo d- Unknown 3-ANNE MULLANEY- b- Clereagh, Kiltimagh, Co Mayo, d- Clereagh, Kiltimagh, Co Mayo (sp)PATRICK MULLANEY ( - )
3-BRIDGET MULLANY (7/1873- ) b- Cleragh, Kiltimagh, County Mayo,Ire d- Cleragh, Kiltimagh, County Mayo,Ire 3-CATHERINE MULLANEY (11/1879 - ) b- Clereagh, Kiltimagh, Co Mayo, d- Unknown 3-JOHN MULLANEY, JR. (1882- ) b- Clereagh, Kiltimagh, Co Mayo, d- Unknown 3-PATRICK MULLANEY, SR. (2/1877- ) (a.k.a. "Coin" or "Koin" and Pat Mullaney) b- Cleragh,Kiltimagh, Co Mayo, d- Ireland (sp)MARY ANNE BROWN- 4-JOHN PATRICK MULLANEY, SR. (2/10 1910- 2/05 1988) b-Kiltimagh,Co Mayo d-Philadelphia, PA (sp)LENA T. SEERY (3/11,1919- 4/23 1983) b-Ireland d- Philadelphia, PA 4-MICHAEL MULLANEY (8/08,1921- ) (sp)BRIDDIE LYNCH ( ? - ca.1957) d-London, England Lives- Salt Hill, County Galway, Ireland 4-JAMES MULLANEY- (sp)ROSE McGRINDER Lives- Salt Hill, County Galway, Ireland 4-THOMAS MULLANEY- lives- Australia 4-PATRICK MULLANEY, JR.( - 6/29 1996) 4-ANNIE AGNES MULLANEY- Lives- Coventry, England (sp) JUDGE ? (researcher- Nancy Reeb) email@example.com Newfield, New Jersey
Catherine Mullaney (b- ? Ireland) 1845-1855 married James Welsh. Their first child was born about 1868 in Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio. (researcher- Mary (McCarty) Weese) firstname.lastname@example.org
(bothers who married sisters.) Michael Mullany (1780- 1849) -arrived in Sandusksy, Oh in the 1840's. + Honora Collins (1796-1877). ( descendants spell name as "Malaney") John Mullany (1787-1849) + Mary Collins (1802-1896). (descendants spell name as "Mulaney") families came from Carrigaholt, County Clare, Ireland on the Shannon River. Other members of the Mullany Family were Jerome, Patrick, Nancy (Lynch) and Margaret (Murray). (researcher-Frank Neath Malaney) Pataskala, OH 43062 email@example.com
The Family of Hugh Mullany
1) Hugh Mullany b.1821-31- 1871) m.1857, Kilmore,Co Roscommon,Ireland d. 1871 Scotland (sp) Margaret Sharkey (Sharkett) 2)Catherine (1858- ) b. Kilmore 2)Dominick (1864- ) b. Kilmore (Clooncommon) 2)Margaret (1867- ) b. Govan, Scotland 2)Patrick (1868- ) b. Ireland 2)Bridgit (1869- ) b. Govan, Scotland 2)John (1871- ) b. Govan, Scotland (sp)Catherine Donochoe m. 1895 Paisley, Scotland 3)William (1894- ) 3)Margaret(1895 - ) 3)Patrick (1897- ) 3)Catherine (1899- ) 3)John 3)Julia (1904- ) 3)female (1905- ) (still living) 3)Elizabeth ( - ) 3)John (1909- ) 3)Peter (1909- ) 3)Hugh (1911- ) 3)Female (1913- ) (still living)
researcher: Mary Mallany firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Mullany married "Lavin" 1/17/76. ( RC Church of Belanagare in Frenchpark, County Roscommon) Her father's name was Michael Mullany
Griffith's Primary Valuation (MAYO)
NAMES # OF FAMILIES
Moloney 18 Molony 25 Molowney 3 Molowny 1 Mullaly 2 Mullanny 9 Mullany 48 Mulloney 1 Mullony 10
Co. Wicklow Moloney 1 Mullowney 1
Irish Flax Growers List (1796) MULLANY ID County Surname Given Name 29252 Leitrim Mullany Francis 30203 Longford Mullany John 30205 Longford Mullany John, jun 44425 Roscommon Mullany James 44579 Roscommon Mullany Michael 47581 Sligo Mullany Owen 47636 Sligo Mullany Denis 47637 Sligo Mullany Patrick
Life Under english Rule (These incidents speak for themselves,and need no further comment)
-Pat Mullany (age 12) and Peter Dunne (age 11) were whipped early in December, 1849, for stealing potatoes during the famine in Co. Leitrim. -Pat McSharry (age 13) spent Christmas, 1849, in the Carrick gaol; he had been subjected to 27 whip lashes on the 20th of December.
"Did the gaol chaplain look on the frail, whipped body of a child and see a parallel with the scourged body of Christ? Did he condone the punishments or did the fact that the landlord, Mr. M. St. George, had donated land to the Church bind him to silent collaboration with the system? Did Pat McSharry hear Christmas bells ring out in joyous celebration that year?" - Frankie Watson (1996) ("Leitrim Guardian" regarding the Carrick-on-Shannon Gaol)
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