McNulty Coat of Arms

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McNulty is a very old name, originally being Mac An Ultaigh and is derived from the MacDonlevys / Dunleavys who after their defeat by the Anglo-Normans in 1177, fled Ulster, Ireland. Mac an Ultaigh, which means "son of the Ulsterman" was adopted by the Dunleavys who migrated westward to Donegal and have became Ultach.

In 1601, the surname to Mac an Ultaigh/McNulty was confirmed when a pardon was granted by Queen Elizabeth to yeoman Morris m’Nich Ultagh. But the earliest record of the name, McNulty, appeared in the Four Masters when Murtough Macan-Ulty was among the distinguished slain at the battle of Desertcreagh in County Tyrone in 1281!

Being over 700 years old, McNulty is truly a name steeped in ancient Irish and English history and worthy of displaying proudly. Wear and show off your McNulty clan Coat of Arms and feel the history of your ancestors!!

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