Eneclann Newsletter 8 October 2011

 

 

Eneclann Newsletter

 

Eneclann Newsletter

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Dear Eneclann customer,

New Publications

Parish Register Society of Dublin, The Registers of St. John the Evanlgelist Dublin, 1619-1699, 1906

With details of over 12,000 baptisms, marriages and burials, this volume records the oldest surviving parish registers for Dublin city

Find out more information at the Eneclann shop

Thom’s Official Directory

This 1909 issue of Thom’s Directory contains over 2,400 printed pages, including 1,000 pages given over to directories for Dublin city and county…

Find out more information at the Eneclann shop

Parish Registery Society of Dublin, Marraige entries in the registers of the Parishes of S. Marie, S. Luke, S. Catherine and S. Werberg, 1627-1800.  1915

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With details of over 4,000 marriages from four different Dublin parishes this is an important source for Dublin city research…

Find out more information at the Eneclann shop

Back to Our Past, RDS, Dublin: 21-23 October

A brief reminder about the Back to Our Past show which is taking place at the RDS, Dublin on the weekend of Friday 21 October – Sunday 23 October.

Do pop over to the Eneclann stand to meet the team. Find out more about our special offers, presentations and other activities that are taking place at the Back to Our Past show.

 


Research Q&A


This newsletter Fiona Fitzsimons, Research Director at Eneclann answers Tricia Bird’s question: Hi Fiona, I have a question about how to trace where in the USA members of  my family emigrated to. I understand that members of the Carty family from Ballygar in Co.  Galway left for the USA in the 1880′s and 1890′s.

We would love to know what happened to them and how to connect with  any descendants of theirs in the USA.

Find the answer to Tricia’s questionÂ

If you’ve got a question you’d like to ask Fiona, post it on our Facebook page or send it to us at genealogy@eneclann.ie

 


Featured Project: 1641 Depositions

Each newsletter we showcase some of the work our team has been involved in.

This edition, we take a look at the 1641 Depositions project, which Eneclann worked on in conjunction with Trinity College Dublin and other partners.

 


County Focus: Tipperary

Co. Tipperary mapThis month our focus is on Co. Tipperary, which is located in the Province of Munster.

Take a look at our Co. Tipperary page for information on all our publications relating to this county

 


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Best wishes,
The Eneclann Team

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