Have you ever wondered about your family history? Have you ever wondered where your family came from? That's what this web site is all about.

Over the last several years, I have compiled the most comprehensive Family Tree ever for the McMullan family!

This quest began in 2002 and is ongoing! More family members are added every month.

I can help you discover your McMullan roots. Most McMullan's in the United States, especially in the deep south, can trace their ancestry back to John McMullan who came to the United States around 1760. In order to help you, please provide me as much information as you have such as your parent's names, grandparents, great grandparents, etc. Any other information you have such as birth/death dates, marriage dates, locations, etc. can help me locate your line in the McMullan family. Email me at jay@jaymc.com or call me at (407) 970-9559.

If you have scanned photos of your grandparents, great grandparents, etc., and they are from the McMullan family or related to the McMullan family, PLEASE email them to me so we can include them on this web site.

I have spent years building an extensive family tree on Ancestry.com. There is a certain amount of information I have on this web page but for a complete McMullan Family Tree click on the Ancestry logo above. As of January 1, 2021, there are over 4,600 McMullan and allied family members in my family tree! If Ancestry.com makes you get access from me to look at the family tree, email me at jay@jaymc.com and I'll approve you.

Gedcom files contain basic information only. They do not contain photographs or vital records. For that information go to my family tree on Ancestry.com.

Who are John McMullan's descendants related to? Click Here!

John McMullan's baptism records finally found! Click Here

A new source shows that John McMullan was an indentured servant after coming to America. Click Here

John Patrick McMullan was born in Ireland in 1743 and when he was about twenty years old, around 1760, he emigrated to British Colonial America. John would marry and start a family but then the Revolutionary War broke out in America. John served in an all-Irish volunteer group. When he finally returned home, his wife was gone. He had five children with her and after he remarried, he had ten more. John became the progenitor of hundreds and thousands of McMullan's across the United States of America! From humble beginnings in Virginia, in 1797, John, his second wife and all but two of his children loaded up all their belongings and moved to northeastern Georgia where more land and more opportunities awaited. McMullan's spread out through Georgia, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Indiana, Oregon and even further. John's descendants served on both sides of the American Civil War. Many McMullan's were farmers, businessmen, ministers and about any other occupation you can imagine. It is to those McMullan's that this web site is dedicated!Much of John's life is shrouded in mystery. We have been told he was born in or around 1740 but a baptism record has been found from August 1763. Then John came to America in or around 1760. We were told his ship came into Norfolk, Virgina. More than likely John was born after 1740 and instead of his ship coming into Virginia, most immigrants came through Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On top of all of that, John was very likely an indentured servant. I recently found his name as it was listed in the Philadelphia Gazzette. He was a runaway slave (indentured servant) and he was born in 1743. Is this our John Patrick McMullan. Did he run all the way to Virginia to escape his indenture? Some of these things we may never know.

Click Here to Read More About John Patrick McMullan

Click Here to Read About My Family History Trip in 2002

McMullans are Part of the Scottish Clan MacMillan

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The McMullans trace back to Ireland, Scotland and England. If you are related and if you are male, I would like to invite you to join our DNA project. Y DNA travels only through males in a family. Family Tree DNA can do this type of testing. Contact Laighin MacMaolain <laighinmc@gmail.com> if you are interested.

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