From Irish Pedigrees; or the Origin and Stem of the Irish Nation by John O'Hart
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MAOLTUILE, a younger brother of Maoldoon, who is No. 94 on the (No. 1) "O'Neill" (of Tyrone) genealogy, was the ancestor of O'h-Maoltuile; anglicised Multully, Tully, and Flood (of Ulster).
94. Maoltuile ("tuile:" Irish, a flood): son of Maolfireach; and a quo this family name.
95. Hugh: his son.
96. Cormack: his son.
97. Cairbre: his son.
98. Owen: his son.
99. Teige: his son.
100. Connor: his son.
101. Donal: his son.
102. Murrogh: his son.
103. Muirceartach: his son.
104. Conla: his son.
105. Aongus: his son.
106. Maoltuile: his son.
107. Giollabreac: his son.
108. Congal: his son.
109. Conang: his son.
110. Griorrha: his son.
111. Muriartach: his son.
112. Cathal: his son.
113. Connor: his son.
114. Cormac: his son.
115. William Tully. his son.
116. Iollan: his son.
117. Kyras Tully: his son. Was Dean of Clonfert, co. Galway; died 31st Dec., 1637. This Kyras was twice m.: by his first wife Sheela, a dau. of Thomas O'Kelly, Esq., he had five sons:
The second wife of Kyras Tully was Katherine, a dau. of John na Moy O'Kelly, of Criagh, by whom he had three sons:
118. Mathew Tully: eldest son of Kyras.
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