Quillan Catholic baptisms in Ireland


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Surname Dictionary

Mac Uighilín Mac Quillan: líonmhar: oirthear Uladh. Clann Normannach, de Mandeville, a tháinig ón mBreatain Bhig agus a lonnaigh sa Rúta, tuaisceart Aontroma (sean-ríocht Dál Riada) sa 13 céad. Bhí a ndún-áras ag Dún Libhse. Bhíodar ina dtiarnaí ar an Rúta gur bhuaigh Somhairle Buí Mac Domhnaill orthu i 1567. Fuair Tiarna deireannach an Rúta, Ruairí Óg Mac Uighilín, bás i 1634. D'oirfeadh an mana Hiberniores Hibernicis dóibh. Fréamh: ón ainm Hughelin, díspeagadh dúbalta ar Hugh. Litriú nua: Mac Uilín.
MacQuillan numerous: Ulster, especially Antrim-N Down-E Tyrone. Ir. Mac Uighilín, a double diminutive of Hugh: adopted by the Mandevilles when they settled in the Route (Antrim) in 13 cent. IF.
Quillan Very rare: Antrim. See Mac Quillan.
 

Parishes where Quillan and a second surname are both baptised.

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RC parishes and households

This list shows total Quillan Roman Catholic baptisms by county and parish.
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