Mulcahy

The surname Mulcahy is of Irish Gaelic origin, being anglicised from "Ó Maolchathaigh". The Ó Maolchathaigh sept most likely originated in County Waterford, and 16th and 17th century records show that the family was most numerous in that county as well as Cork and Tipperary.

Read more about Mulcahy:  Etymology, O'More Theory

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The Groves Of Academe - Characters
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Tom Mulcahy - Playing Career - Inter-provincial
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Mulcahy - O'More Theory
... exists a popularly circulated theory regarding the Mulcahy families origins ... first proposed by John O'Hart claims that the Mulcahy family descend from the O'More of Laois ... unintentionally had attributed the origins of the Mulcahy family with O'More on the basis of the name which John O'More had adopted ...
Tom Mulcahy
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Jack Mulcahy (hurler) - Teams
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