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Recorded in several spellings as shown below, this is a famous Irish surname. It is a development of either of two original Gaelic surnames. The first was 'Mac con Ulaidh' composed of the elements 'Mac' meaning son of, 'con', a hunting dog, and 'uladh', the province of Ulster. As to why anybody should be called 'The son of the hound of Ulster' is unclear, but the hound was highly regarded in early heraldry, and particularly so in Ireland. As such it probably described a fast moving and brave soldier.
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    Mike McNally

    Hi I'm Michael McNally from Dundee in Scotland. I believe my great grandfather came over Ireland in the early 1900's and settled in Lochee, an area of Dundee where many irish settled due to finding work in the jute mills. The area would become known as Tipperary due to the amount of Irish settlers. My grandfather was James McNally who married Mary Swan and had four children, Mary, George, James and Nigel. Any info would be appreciated. 
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    Jessica McNally

    We are only 4 generations in the United States. I’m interested in finding my roots. My great great grand father was born on the boat coming over here. His name was King John McNally. Can you help me with finding my roots?
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    Tommy Mckenna

    Hi Shane we would be related i live in Tyrone my mother was McNally are you on Facebook i have something of interest that you might like to see
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    Hi, Yes my Grandfather and his Brother were stonemasons from Co tyrone moved to Galway, there are still a good few of his nephews in Co Tyrone and of course now in Galway.
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    john mcnally

    Any McNallys here from County Derry that had ancestor that were stonemasons
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    Tommy McKenna

    I had Ancestors McNallys Stonemasons that were from Derry and went to Antrim to live and then on to Townland Derry just out side Coalisland in County Tyrone I believe some of the McNally Clan went to Scotland and worked as Stonemasons on l Bridges
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    Sarah Jones

    My name is Sarah Jones. My Grandfather was Hughie Edward Nally. My Great Grandfather was Matthew Nally and My Great Grandmother was Mary Pious Aaron Nally. We are from the MCNally clan. We came to United States after the last Famine in Ireland. I am from Indiana,USA. My grandfather had 13 siblings, two died in infantry. I know some names Joseph Nally,John Nally Cricket Nally. I am looking for my family.
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    Jessica McNally

    My name is Jessica McNally. My father’s name is John McNally. We are in the United States of America. All of our families names are either John, James or Francis.
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    edward thomas mcnally

    i'm sorry john joseph mcnally was my great grandfather hugh francis mcnally is my grandfather
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    edward thomas mcnally

    i'm looking for mcnally family from devlin county monaghan my grandfather john joseph mcnally was born there he is the son of patrick and anne mccahery mcnally he had 10 brothers michael,patrick,edward,henry,cornelius,francis,charles,peter,james and owen
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