Líon alt a bhfuil an ghné seo luaite iontu: 3
He was a son of Mícheál Coimin, the author of Laoi Oisín and he lived within a short mile of where I was born ··· Ach bíodh is gur bhain Ó Coimin casadh as an traidisiún rómánsúil, ní féidir úrscéal a thabhairt ar cheachtar den dá scéal sin mar a rinne [Alan] Bruford [in Gaelic Folktales and Mediaeval Romances, 1969], mar nach bhfuil aon iarracht iontu ar scagadh a dhéanamh ar charachtar na bpearsana.’ Is é ‘Laoi Oisín ar Thír na nÓg’ an saothar is mó a luaitear a ainm leis ··· Tar éis dó ‘Laoi Oisín i dTír na nÓg’ a phlé deir sé: ‘To conclude then, the case remains unproven, while it is certainly possible that Micheál Coimín could have written the poem, there is no solid historical evidence that would validate such an attribution.’ Chuaigh a mhac Michael, a rugadh i gCill Chorcráin i 1704, chun na Fraince agus thabhaigh clú dó féin mar dhochtúir
Ó 1894 go dtí 1907, nuair a d’éirigh sé as obair, bhí sé ag múineadh sa City of London Teacher Day Training College. In 1896 foilsíodh a Laoi Oisín ar Thír na nÓg
Ba é a sheoladh ag an am 42 Cearnóg Brighton, Ráth Garbh. Ba é údar Irish illustrations to Shakespeare: being notes on his references to Ireland (1894) é agus chuir sé eagar ar Laoi Oisín ar Thír na nÓg (1880), Mac-Ghníomhartha Fhinn (1902) agus ar Foras Feasa ar Éirinn Iml a hAon (1902)