Any aDNA test project participant who wants to be listed on this page should submit a family history (what you know of it) to the project co-administrator. There should be a minimal amount of information to connect the tester to the project surname ancestor. Understandably, adoptees may not know much about a Driscoll ancestor. Just provide what information you can.
You also have the options of sharing your information on the Driscoll mailing list and filling in your surnames and uploading a GEDCOM in your FTDNA account. All of the above is ideal.
We need to know how YOU (or the tester) are connected to your ancestral Driscoll. If you are unsure of how to write up your lineage, click below on the test kit pages for examples. If the origin of your Driscoll ancestor is vague (only "Ireland" or "Cork" or nothing at all) and you do not provide any further information on your ancestor's emigration destination, your test kit geographic map pin (see the Origins Map) will be drawn outside of Cork Harbor. Project members who are more ambitious and write extensive family histories are welcome to contribute a biography or a research article.
See aDNA Test Details for more details on how the test works.
This chart is being generated by adminstrator-created software. Because this software is experimental this table is updated only a few times a year.
Matches who are close relatives show Shared centiMorgans (cMs) in bold italic. The administrator imposed arbitrary cutoff for "close relative" is 700 cMs.
Shared centiMorgans are periodically recalculated in your FTDNA account and the results shown here may differ slightly from what currently shows in your FTDNA account. Since shared centiMorgans are now in this matches table, the separate Shared CentiMorgans table is discontinued.
NEXT UPDATE: anticipated in the April timeframe.
* - When people share a common geographic ancestral origin, they may potentially match through Family Finder in numerous ways, and the matching relationship may not necessarily be through a Driscoll line.
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