I think there's a book somewhere in there, Kev...
Yes, though it has to be fictional, for as far as we know Doyle and Disney never met. Though, between 1901 or the year of Disney's birth and 1930 or the year of Doyle's death, there is an overlap in their timelines. I am sure that Disney was familiar with Doyle, but the interesting question is whether Doyle was familiar with Disney, as Disney was just starting to become famous, when Doyle died.
Continuing . . .
10. Both had children
Disney: 2 (1 adopted)
11. Both had a close relation, who followed in their footsteps.
Doyle: a son who became a writer and wrote Sherlock Holmes stories
Disney: a son-in-law who became a Hollywood producer
12. Both were avid sportsmen.
13. Both were heavy smokers.
14. Both died relatively young.
15. Both deaths were aggravated by smoking.
Doyle: heart disease
Disney: lung cancer
16. Both left behind a widow.
Doyle: his 2nd wife
Disney: his 1st wife
To be continued . . .