Where are we?ODriscoll Memorial Archive,
Dr. Éamon Lankford,
146 South Douglas Road
Postcode: T12 YW02,
Ireland. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We regret that we are unable to answer specific genealogical enquiries.
You may write genealogical, historical or career profiles or other accounts for any member of your extended Driscoll/ Driskill family worldwide which can include details of occupations, trades, professions and businesses of any kind from any time period.
The inclusion of information regarding educational, sporting, musical, literary talents and achievements of O Driscolls at anytime time in the past or of the present is invited.
Titles and copies of books, songs, articles, poems etc written by or about O Driscolls are of interest as are National service and other records relating to people who bear any form of the name O Driscoll.
The inclusion of dates for events and locations for births and deaths and burials and support documentation will also assist with the accuracy of what you may wish to have recorded.
Photocopies of obituaries, newspaper articles written by or about matters concerning O Driscolls or copies of any other documentation which gives insights into the lives of people named O Driscoll will be much appreciated
Photographs are very important and persons whose image appear in photographs should be named on the back of the photo along with a date for when the photo was taken.
Details of genealogical and other connections with Ireland, County Cork and particularly West Cork or with specific places in other countries will be helpful.
Your name and address, photograph or any information you wish to supply will not be posted on the internet. Nothing will be published by the O Driscoll Archive without further reference to you and any information you submit will be kept in the Cape Clear Museum Island Archive for O Driscoll related research purposes only.