Ultagh - Ussher
Ultagh / Ultach (Ulsterman). A Dal Fiatach Sept / Family branch who were Kings of Ulidia / Ulaid who had their territory in Co. Down in the south - east of the Ulster Province up until the 12th Century AD. Taken up by some of the Septs / Family branches of the Mac Donlevy who were actually the Dunlevys, which see, who migrated out of Ulster Province. It was also changed to North in Co. Westmeath in the south - west of Northern Leinster. Ancestor: *90.Forrg mac Dallain.
O Unehan or Ounihan / Irish - Ua hOnchon. A Sept / Family branch who may have changed to Donegan, which see, as it was used as a synonym for it in Co. Carlow in Southern Leinster. See also - O Hounihan.
Uniacke / Doinngeard. They have been in Youghal in the east of Co. Cork in Southern Munster since the 14th Century AD. Garde was also used as a synonym, which see.
Union. See - Oonin.
Uprichard / Ap Richard. Welsh origins. They were recent arrivals in Lurgan in Co. Armagh in the south - east of the Ulster Province. Pritchard was also used as a synonym for it in Ulster.
Upton. English toponymic origins. They came into Co. Antrim in the north - east of the Ulster Province in 1598 AD under Elizabeth 1st and built Castle Upton there. They were also later in Co. Cork in Southern Munster during the Oliver Cromwell Invasion.
Urell or Uriell. See - Yourell.
Mac Usker. See - Mac Kusker.
Ussher / Uiseir. Norman origins. The have been in Ireland since the 14th Century AD. See also - Hession.
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