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Subject: Re: [DNA-R1B1C7] Southern Ui Neill DNA
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2008 16:26:45 EST
I have updated the following webpage, which pulls together alot of the
research I have done so far on the O'Mulligans of Ireland. Take a look at the
section on the Ui Maelcein of the Clan Failge and Muinter Mailchen in Cenel
Fiachach. Have you came across a genealogy for the Muinter Mailchen in Cenel
In a message dated 31/01/2008 01:07:42 GMT Standard Time,
In a message dated 1/30/2008 2:22:02 P.M. Central Standard Time,
John, I came across a Mulligan DNA sample from Westmeath. The participant
who gave it comes from America, and had his test done through Sorrenson.
He?traced his ancestry?to John Mulligan, b. c.1765. I included his result
Galloway Webpage. Several years before finding this result, I had
piece of research on the O'Mulligans of Westmeath and noted that they
descended from the same lineage as the Geoghegans of Westmeath. I would
like to have
seen O'Clery's lineage on this family, that is, the O'Mulligans, to
how it relates the Geoghegan Genealogy. Let my know if you need a link to
the Galloway webpage.
I don't see any references to Mulligans in O Clery (at least in Westmeath).
There is a section on the Fiachrach m. Neill, which includes pedigrees for
H. Mail Mhuaidh (Molloy), Mheg Eochacan (MacGeoghegan) and .H. Uigind
The only thing even close is a sept said to descend from Floinn da conghal
GENELACH H. MAILGEN THUAITHE DA MUIGHE
1782. Maolgen m Fogartaigh m Cumuscaigh m Flaithbhertaigh m Floinn da
conghal m Diomusaigh.
This pedigree was identified as "O Mulligan [of Offaly] §1782 by Payton in
his index of the O Clery genealogies in the irish Genealogist. I have no
what he based this on.