Malumpy households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

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

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Surname Dictionary

Malanaphy rare: Derrylin (Fermanagh). Ir. Ó Maolainbhthe, "chief of the storm". A name associated with Tipperary as Molamphy, q.v. Maol in this case is Celtic maglos, noble, prince, not to be confused with maol, devotee or tonsured one.
Molumby fairly rare: Tipperary-Limerick, Dublin. Ir. Ó Maolchomadh. Woulfe connects this name with S W Cork. Its present location suggests a link with Melanophy, q.v. SI.
Ó Maolchomadh Molumby: cuíosach annamh: Tiobraid Árann-Luimneach. Chuir de Bhulbh an chlann sa in iarthar Chorcaí ach b'fhéidir go bhfuil nasc le Ó Maolanfaidh a bhaineann le tuaisceart Thiobraid Árann. Deirtear gur deineadh Moloney de i gCorcaigh.

The surname

Parishes where Malumpy and a second surname are found together


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