In the Tipperary phone book there are 3 Welsh in Tipperary
2 in a place called Golden, Welch seems to be every where but Tipperary unless the 1 listing for Dunkathal Glanmure is in Tipperary. No listings for Corbitt's in Tipperary.
No Dunkathal is Cork.
There are 3 Corbitt's listed in South Riding, Tipperary in the
Parish's of Erry, Kilmurry and Rathronan. There are
Welsh/Walsh in Co.Tipperary South Riding only in the Parish of Kilmurry and 18 are listed there.
The Corbitt's as follows:
Patrick Corbitt, Parish of Erry, Grangemore Townland, Poor
Law Union Cashel tenant of Edward O'Ryan
#9 house outbuilding and land 9 acres 3 roods 28 perches
John Corbitt, Parish of Kilmurry, Townland Curraghbadobbin,
Poor Law Union Carrick-on-Suir, tenant of Martin Flynn
#7AaB house and small garden
John Corbit(note) Parish of Rathronan, Rathronan Demesne,
PLU Clonmel, tenant of Viscount Gough
You can find the Welsh/Walsh on www.askaboutireland.ie
this is spelling specific - so you may need to look under
Walsh rather than Welsh.
No way of knowing if these are yours.
James Walsh, Cashel, Boherclough corn dealer, miller
James Walsh, Nenagh 59 Barrack St. Carpenter & wheelwright
Any baptism or marriages prior to 1864 are Parish records.
There are some Catholic records at the National Archives in Dublin, also on Latterday Saints, with bits and pieces
elsewhere. There is an Irish History Foundation which has
parish records for both North and South Tipperary.
Googling Kilmurry S. Tipperary parish record - rootsweb has some records 1786-1812 marriages 1803 and it is noted by the National Archives that the records are in a mutilated condition.
One website with parish maps notes that Walsh is the most
common name in 1851 Griffith Valuations.www.ukisearch.com/tipperarywww.irelandgenweb.com