ooc: Azura made the following list of last name suggestions for Doyle. They aren't in any particular order althoough she does have her favorites and I personally have mine. We'll have to see which ones strike Doyle as being befitting of his personage.
From an Irish surname which was derived from Ó Dubhghaill meaning "descendent of Dubhghall". The name Dubhghall means "dark stranger" in Gaelic.
Trenor; trainor; trainer--(origin: Gaelic.) Treunmhor, very brave; Treun, Gaelic, brave, valiant; or , the termination of fear, a man.
Byrne; Definition: A variant of the Irish Ó Broin, meaning descendants of Branach or Bran, meaning "raven." Surname Origin: Irish, Alternate Surname Spellings: O'BYRNE, O'BEIRNE, O'BERNE, BERNE, BEIRNE
Callan; The name translates to ''descendant of Cathalán'' a diminutive of Cathal - the Irish word for ''battle-mighty''. The name originates from a sept of Oriel.
Callaghan; Definition: Derived from the Gaelic name Ó Ceallagcháin, meaning "descendant of Ceallanchán." The given name Ceallanchán means "contention, strife.,prudent, judicious, discreet.
Surname Origin: Irish, Alternate Surname Spellings: O'CALLAGHAN, CALLAHAN, CALLACHAN, CEALLACHAIN, CELLACHAN, CEALLAGHAN, CELLACHAIN, O'CALLAGHAN, O'CALLAHAN
O'Shaughnessy; Irish meaning "elusive"
Sullivan or O'Sullivan; Irish meaning "black-eyed"
Bannon or O'Bannon; Irish meaning "white"
Casey; Irish meaning "watchful"
Delaney; Irish meaning "Black of the Slaney River"
Harlan; Old English- From the Army Terrirtory.
Ridley; English, From the Red Meadow, (Also the name of the Dragon from Metroid)
O'Connell; Irish, meaning Strong as a Wolf
Hartnet; The name translates to ''descendent of Artnéada'' the Irish word for ''battle-bear, battle-stone''. It is the name of an old West Munster family who are still numerous in Cork, Kerry and Limerick.
Kirwan; Gaelic, Ó Ciardubháin, "black"
O'Shea; "Hawk-like" or "stately"; possibly "majestic, courteous" or "dauntless".
Beckett; (origin: Irish) A little brook. http://www.xs4all.nl/~bultman/BB/surnames.htmlhttp://www.last-names.net/origincat.asp?origincat=Gaelichttp://www.irishgen.com/surnames/details.asp?surname_id=1107