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Is léir gur bunaíodh iad go príomha ar an gcuntas a bhí ag Timothy Gleeson in Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society in 1893 (‘Edward Walsh, the Irish Poet and Translator ··· Foilsíodh A Tragic Troubadour: Life and Collected Works of Folklorist, Poet and Translator Edward Walsh (1805-1850), 2005 le John J ··· Fuair sé post eile múinteoireachta i dTúirín in aice le Ceapach Chuinn agus is ann a phós sé Bridget Sullivan ón Eaglais ··· D’fhoilsigh Ó Dálaigh Reliques of Irish Jacobite Poetry, 1844, cnuasach d’aislingí agus d’amhráin eile i nGaeilge le haistriúcháin Walsh ··· S.’ a sholáthair réamhrá sa dara heagrán sin: ‘Well we remember (though now forty years since) following Walsh in the twilight of an autumn evening, drinking in the odd chords that came from the little harp that lay on his left arm as he wandered, lonely and unknown, by the then desert Jones’s Road, or reposed himself on one of the seats that at that time were outside the walls of Clonliffe House.’ I réamhrá Irish Popular Songs, 1847 chaith Walsh anuas ar na scoileanna náisiúnta i ngeall ar a bhfaillí sa Ghaeilge agus thug eolas ar a shaothar mar bhailitheoir amhrán
Ní sa bhaile a bhí Micheál nuair a rinneadh Daonáireamh 1901 agus is mar seo a bhí an teaghlach: Bridget Walsh, N.T ··· Mhaigh Eo a athair Michael, fear a scríobhadh véarsaí Gaeilge; fuair seisean post i Scoil Saighleáin i gceantar Bhéal Chláir agus tugadh lóistín dó i dteach mhuintir mháthair Mhichíl sa Trian Bán; fuair sise (Bridget Joyner) post sa scoil chéanna agus pósadh iad
Walsh faoi: “To working-class Irish Americans, those maintaining precarious positions on the socio-economic ladder, Yorke became a point of orientation and remained a joy ··· Walsh agus Timothy Foley in Studia Hibernica 1974; agus ag P ··· Mhaigh Eo, dá mháthair Bridget Kelly ··· Deir Walsh agus Foley: “Yorke became a permanent embarrassment and irritant to the hierarchy and a sheer delight to the admiring Irish-American working class.” Ach má chaill sé The Monitor fuair sé seachtaineán dá chuid féin, The Leader, i 1902 le cabhair a chairde ··· who after a little study in Yerrup will-aw-be a much better and satisfactory person than a mere Irishman ...” (Walsh agus Foley)
Siúinéir ba ea a athair John agus ba í Bridget Walsh a mháthair