Eneclann Newsletter 4 July 2011








Eneclann Newsletter

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Dear Eneclann customer,

Independence Day title discount

Emigrant's GuideTo celebrate Independence Day in the U.S.A., we have one of our most popular emigration titles on special offer. For the next two weeks you can get The Irish Emigrant’s Guide for the United States at a 60% discount when you use the discount code emigrant! This book contains practical advice and tips, such as how to find work on arrival and information on trans-Atlantic ships, and was an essential source for those emigrating to the U.S.
To coincide with our research tip this newsletter we also have two further titles on 60% discount when you use the discount code student Alumni Dublinenses and Queen’s Colleges Ireland. This makes Queen’s Colleges Ireland a real bargain at just €1.91 inc. VAT!
And, for the duration of our research tip series on occupations, we have Kenny’s Irish Manufacturers’ Directory also at a special price.


My Ancestor Was A … Student

studentsEneclann’s researchers bring you another occupations research tip this newsletter. This time on how to find out more about your student ancestors, including how to get the most out of college and boarding school (Form G) returns in the 1901 and 1911 Irish census.


County Focus

KerryIf you’re trying to trace ancestors in County Kerry then these titles might be able to help you. County Kerry Past and Present is an essential source for local and family history, with information on places and family names. Selections from Old Kerry Records contains earlier genealogical information, for example, details of those who lost their lands in the 1688 forfeitures, but also later records such as gravestone inscriptions and pedigrees. A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Killarney, the Kerry Coast, Glengariff, Cork and the South West of Ireland and Smith’s Ancient and Present State of the County of Kerry are great for history and topography, while Cusack’s History of the Kingdom of Kerry does this and gives pedigrees for key Gaelic-Irish families. The Munster directories we have cover Kerry and span the years 1824-1894. As always, you can view the full range of Kerry titles and visit our shop to see what publications we have for other Irish counties.


Sale Update

SaleDue to the large number of orders received during the recent half price sale to celebrate the launch of our new website, there is currently a backlog of orders waiting to be dispatched. We are working through the orders as quickly as we possibly can. In the meantime we thank our customers for their patience and apologise for the delay.



Best wishes,
The Eneclann Team

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