Arrangements for visiting the O Driscoll & Island Archives
Consultation of documentation in the Island Archive is confined to those who have either O Driscoll, Driskell, Driskill or Cape Clear island family and genealogical connections or who have a particular interest in some aspect of O Driscoll or Cape Clear island history, archaeology, language and heritageAnyone wishing to consult data in the Island Archive must make a separate prior arrangement to ensure that the Archive Unit can be opened for their visit and that the material sought is actually in the archive collection.
To check if there is information in the O Driscoll or Cape Clear Island Archive which relates to your area of enquiry please give your name, address and contact details as well as details of your enquiry to the Museum and Archive Director: Dr Éamon Lankford: email@example.com
Please give as much detail as possible in your enquiry so that it may hopefully be connected to documentation in the O Driscoll or Cape Clear Island Collection. If you have historic or genealogical / family connections with Cape Clear Island and the surrounding mainland area please give as much detail as possible.
Selected documentation relating to the O Driscoll international family and Cape Clear island will, from 2020, also be held in the Local Studies Unit at Cork County Library, Carrigrohane Road, Cork and you will be advised by Eamon Lankford if any of this relates to your enquiry.
Contact: The Librarian, Cape Clear Island Branch Library, Cape Clear Island, Co. Cork, Ireland.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. 028 41006
Cork County Library has a comprehensive collection of local history sources at Local Studies Unit, Cork County Library, Carrigrohane Road, Cork, Ireland.
Email: email@example.com Tel. 353 (0)21 4546499
If you would like to send a family tree regarding to Cape Clear Families Download the file and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org