Driscoll's of yesterday - Maynard's of yesterday
A Web Site of Driscoll and Maynard
family lines connected during the mid 20th century through marriage in
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This Genealogy Website is dedicated to my
family so they may further their understanding of their ancestry, to read about
their history as
it is not recorded in textbooks, for deeper knowledge of their broader family, and for the future reference of my children and
eventually their families, and those who wish to look for their relations.
In 2010 it stands as an accurate testament to my ancestors and a compilation of my families' lives. It has been a slow process sometimes with big wins and others with dead ends.
This site is a little different: It is presented from two different perspectives; as a Family History detailing specific family names and many older ancestral names providing information in documented form; and as a detailed ancestral tree for the entire family structure.
This site connects my paternal family (Driscoll) of Irish origin, with my maternal family (Maynard) of English origin, and my spouse's paternal family (Theofanopoulos) from central Greece.
Over time as the other
branches of this family tree unfold, further pages will be added with ancestral
tree and family name history detailed. Stories, anecdotes and other items
that reveal the life and times will be recorded as a historical document.
This most recent release includes stories and notes from the 20th century generations of the Driscolls with some revelations of family skeletons that reflect the reality of living in hard times of the era around the 1930's depression and the effect it had for many years on.
Referring the Google Map below are the locations of the two
most distant known relatives for Driscoll and Maynard.
Please read on. Feel free to make contact and offer corrections, further information or simply feedback. If you have any information to offer, please forward to me at the contact below, on the phone, by email or by old fashioned post.
Regards, Brett Phillip Driscoll
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