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Ancestry of Kit No. 106531

Earliest known ancestor Daniel Driscoll, Upper Quebec.

The information that I have comes from the archives of Quebec. Daniel Driscoll, an hotel keeper, and Eliza (Elizabeth) Carmichael were married on Jan.l2, l858 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Quebec. Daniels' parents are listed as Daniel Driscoll and Johanna Forrestal from Upper Quebec. Their marriage is not recorded in the index so they are thought to have come from Ireland.

Eliza's parents are William Carmichael and the late Margaret McCrea also of Upper Quebec. William Carmichael is thought to arrived from Ireland in 1832 or 33 and that his first wife, Suzan Kelly, might have died during the travel at sea. William Carmichael and Margaret McCrea were married at Quebec, Quebec (at Notre-Dame) on Sept. 30, 1834. Margaret McCrea is the daughter of James McCrea and Catherine McHenry.

In 1867-68 the address of Eliza and Daniel Driscoll was 40, St-Eustache St. Quebec. The following children were born to them:

Thomas J. Driscoll ( Michael Thomas Driscoll) enlisted March 20, 1901 at Brooklyn, New York. His residence and next of kin is Elizabeth Driscoll (mother) 635 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, New York. At the time of his second enlistment his next of kin was given as Mrs. E. Cortlandt (sister) 406 Coalton Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. This information is from the National Archives of the War Department.

Tests Taken: Y-DNA 67

Susan J. Barretta, Administrator Colin Ferguson, Co-Administrator

Clan O'Driscoll is registered with the Clans of Ireland Ltd

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