Born in England, ordained in Belgium. Member of the Society for African Missions. Spent early priesthood in West Africa. British Colonial Service military chaplain during WWII, resumed work in West Africa afterward. Arrived in Port Orange, FL in 1964, assigned to Church of the Epiphany. Assigned 1969 until his death in 1994 to Our Lady of Lourdes in Melborne, FL. Named publicly as credibly accused by the Orlando diocese on its list 10/6/21. List spells name 'Donnelley.' The Official Catholic Directory shows 'Donnelly.' Died 1/8/94. Name spelled in the Necrology section of the 1995 Directory 'Donnoly.'
Named publicly as accused on the Savannah diocese's list 11/8/18, but with his surname misspelled as Harold. Middle initial A is given in the Official Catholic Directory. Noted on the list to have worked in the Savannah diocese 1948-56. He was assigned in Atlanta and then to an African-American parish and high school in Savannah. Subsequently he was a fundraiser based in Tenafly NJ, Doylestown PA, and Dedham MA, with two stints as a West African missionary in Liberia. He was also treasurer of the American province 1958-62 and superior in Dedham 1974-76. Harrold was trained in Ireland and was ordained there on 12/19/42. In 1992 he returned to Ireland, where he spent the last 17 years of his life. Died 8/30/09.
Lynch and Marist Bro.Timothy Brady were accused in 1987 of abuse of boys at Mount St. Michael Academy in the Bronx. Lynch was the school's chaplain, Brady was acting principal. Lynch returned to Ireland when the investigation began. Indicted in 1988. Brady was convicted. Lynch was tried in 1989 on charges he fondled one former Mount St. Michael's student; Lynch's lawyer said it was the boy who made a pass at the priest. Lynch claimed he was subject of witch-hunt because of his AIDS ministry. Found not guilty. Moved to London in 1992; started ministry for closeted gay priests. Order expelled him in 11/11. Not laicized. Lynch announced in 2012 memoir he married a man 14 years earlier. In 2017 working as counselor and spiritual director in London. Lawsuit 11/19 claiming abuse of another boy, age 16, in the Bronx 1978-79. Reportedly in 9/21 the lawsuit was dropped.
Accused in a lawsuit of sexually abusing a boy, ages 8-9, in 1979-80 while assigned to St. Paul's in Hingham. The abuse allegedly occurred in the parish school, where the boy was a student. Settled in 4/20 in the mid-five figures. Driscoll was a priest of the Society of African Missions until 1982, when he was possibly incardinated into the Boston archdiocese. He appears to have begun work in the archdiocese in 1977. He died in 1994.