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Ba é an dara mac é den deichniúr leanaí a bhí ag Edward Wright, abhcóide, agus a bhean Charlotte (ar Wright a sloinnesean freisin) ··· Deartháir leis ba ea an nádúraí cáiliúil Edward Maxwell Wright (1834–1910) ··· Sa teach Floraville i nDomhnach Broc, Baile Átha Cliath, ar 9 Márta 1836 a rugadh Charles Wright, gramadóir, teangeolaí agus aighneasóir creidimh ··· Protastúnaigh mhíleatacha ba ea muintir Wright ··· Ba bhall é Edward den choiste a bhí ag troid in aghaidh deontas stáit bheith ag Coláiste Phádraig, Maigh Nuad
Bhí aithne ag an Urramach Robert Walsh (History of Dublin, 1815 le Warburton, Whitelaw agus Walsh) air, áfach, agus scríobh seisean gur i gCrois Araild, Baile Átha Cliath, a rugadh é agus cuirtear sin thar amhras sa nóta atá ag Pádraig de Brún agus Máire Herbert in Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in Cambridge libraries (1986): ‘Edward O’Reilly, apothecary, Irish scholar and lexicographer, born at Harold’s Cross, Dublin, on 6 Dec ··· In ‘Edward O’Reilly and his dictionary’ (The Irish Book Lover, Nollaig 1917-Eanáir 1918) deirtear gur dheartháir leis, b’fhéidir, ba ea Andrew O’Reilly, ‘the famous Paris correspondent of The Times.’ Deir Desmond Ryan (Sword of light, 1939), agus é ag tarraingt as saothar Walsh: ‘In 1794, he began his study of the Irish language in a very original fashion ··· He bought a number of books and manuscripts, mostly in Irish, collected some years before by the scribe and scholar [Muiris] O’Gorman [q.v.] who had coached General Vallancey [q.v.] and “ghosted” the Irish passages of his writings, from a young man named Wright who was about to emigrate ··· Deir Ryan freisin go raibh baint aige leis an scoil Ghaeilge a bhunaigh Edward Farmer ó Chontae an Chabháin ag 1 Sráid Risteamain, Portobello, in 1810