For background on how the map was made (and its flaws), see the relevant blog entry.
|Branagh||Quite numerous: N Down. Ir. Breatnach (a Welsh person). The large Welsh contingent in the Norman invasion were called Breatnaigh by the Irish. Now they are usually Walsh.|
|Breatnach||fairly numerous: throughout the south. Ir.Lang. a Welsh person.|
|Breatnach||Brannagh, Walsh,-e: Tá Brannagh le fáil fós in Ultaibh ach is Walsh atá ar a bhformhór i mBéarla. An téarma ba ghnách ag Gaeil ar na h-Ionrathóirí (a tháinig ón mBreatain Bhig, dar ndó). Tá an sloinne an-líonmhar anois gach aird. IF.|
|Walshe||Very numerous: (4th most common) all areas, especially South East. Ir. Breatnach, Welsh. A name common amongst the Norman invaders, many of whom came from Wales. It was not attached to any particular sept. Also as Welch & Welsh. IF.|
|Welch||Quite numerous: Belfast area, Cork etc. See Walsh.|
|Welsh||fairly numerous: mainly Belfast area. Perhaps a particular immigration from Wales. See Walsh.|
DEDs where Walsh and a second surname are found together