Family Ancestral Homeland

Peter Mullen - Son of Co. Galway

By Frederick Kramer

21 July, 2013

Sadly, I know very little of the life of my GGG Grandfather other than his direct line to me.

His daughter Mary Mullen (Sept 1855 – 27 Feb 1932) and her husband Martin C Walsh (Aug 1851 – 19 Aug 1922) were both born in Co. Galway.  According to family stories, the left Ireland before 1880 and sailed for the US.  They were married in the US State of Colorado on 14 Sep 1881.

All three eternally reside at Mount Olivet Catholic Cemetery, just outside of Denver, Colorado, USA

A cousin has traced their roots back to Oughterard, Co Galway and believes their old home to be the Mullen Farm in that township.

I am looking for any Mullen decendents willing to confirm this with DNA analysis.

This page was added on 21/07/2013.

Comments about this page

  • Dear Frederick Kramer, My Grandmother x2 was Margaret Mullen. Born 1855 d. 1913. She married Edmond King, b. 1853 d.1944. She had a brother Michael King b.1861 and had twins. I belong to and already have had my DNA. My email is and on my tree name is public and it is called the Ranahan Family tree. Please feel free to email. Joyce Ranahan… the way they were from Oughterard….

    By Joyce Ranahan (23/03/2014)
  • Hi, Regarding Peter Mullen, there is an area in South Connemara known as “Lettermullan”. It is in the civil parish of Kilcummin and Barony of Moycullen. It originally formed part of Kilcummin R.C. parish. Poor Law Union of Oughterard. The “Mullen” name can be Mullins, Mullin, Mullen, Mullan. See 1901 census for Ireland: Regards,

    By Jim Fahy (01/01/2014)

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