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Re: What is the origin of the name Fullen?
Posted by: Gretchen Heller (ID *****5975) Date: December 17, 2003 at 12:15:56
In Reply to: What is the origin of the name Fullen? by Mark Fullen of 325

Fullen is a very rare Irish surname (most common spelling is Fullan), most often occuring in county Tyrone or Derry. Ir. Fallamhain, "ruler", a variant of Fallon and Falloon.


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