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  • Amy Tully (c.1641 - 1719)
  • Ser Brynden Tully
    Ser Brynden Tully was born between 243 and 245 in Riverrun. His father was Lord Tully . He was a one time The Knight of the Gate, Castellan of Riverrun and Warden of the Southern Marches but now has be...
  • Catelyn Stark, Lady of Winterfell (aft.264 - 299)
    Catelyn Stark (Tully), Lady of Winterfell was born between 264 and 265 in Riverrun, Riverlands, Westeros. Her parents were Lord Hoster Tully and Lady Minisa Tully (Whent) . She was a Lady of Winterfell...
  • Lord Hoster Tully (aft.238 - 299)
    Lord Hoster Tully was born between 238 and 240 in Riverrun, Riverlands, Westerlands. His father was Lord ? Tully . He was Lord Paramount of the Trident and Lord of Riverrun. Hoster married Lady Minis...

About the Tully surname

TULLYS IN THE USA There are many connections- if you have any Louis, Lewis, Allen, or Lovett Tullys in your family tree- please connect with others who match!

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TULLY NAME HISTORY

The name Tully in Ireland is derived from the native Irish, Úi Maoltuile (later Mac An Tuile or Mac Atilla, Ó Contuile, Flood, and more) meaning "descended from Maoltuile". Aaccording to John O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees, "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; anglicized Multully, Tully, and Flood of Ulster.

This Sept were located in Counties Cavan and Longford with a later reference to a distinguished family in Co. Galway.