Eneclann newsletter 10 December 2011

 

Eneclann Newsletter

 

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Dear Eneclann customer,

New Publications

Parish RegistryThe Irish Tourist Association,see Ireland First Galway and Mayo, circa 1930′s

Published by the Irish Tourist Association as part of the See Ireland First Series, Galway and Mayo is a small but extremely pretty publication … More info

Donough Bryan, Gerald Fitzgerald, The Great Earl of Kildare, (1456-1513), 1933

This biography of The “Great Earl”, Gerald, 8th earl of Kildare by Donough Bryan is an important landmark in the scholarship of late mediaeval Ireland … More info .

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Parish Registry Society of Dublin, The Register of St.,  Catherine, Dublin, 1636-1715, 1908

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There are 300 pages in this publication covering the registers of St. Catherine’s from 1636 to 1715. Located in the Liberties, this parish catered for the artisan community of Dublin…More info

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John Roby, Traditions of Lancashire, Volume II, 1930

Originally published in 1831, this second series prove to be an excellent companion to the first series, containing another eighteen stories, again accompanied by engravings … More info

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The First and Second Reports of The Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, 1870 & 1871,

The first two reports by the HMC cover 520 pages, and covers dozens of private archives throughout Britain and Ireland … More info

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Kelly’s Directory of Essex, 1989.

Spread over 745 pages this publication is a treasure trove of information for Essex in the late Nineteenth Century. This directory includes every parish, town, village and township … More info

 

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John Guthrie Smith, Strathendrick and it’s Inhabitants from Early Times, 1896

Spread over 450 pages this is an enormously detailed history of Strathendrick, its lands and its families. Including images, a large map and the family trees, this publication is a must for anyone with an interest in Strathendrick … More info

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All new publications ordered before Christmas will be dispatched but depending on your location we cannot guarantee delivery in time for Christmas.¬ Take a look at our last order dates to be sure!

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Invest in our Business Expansion Scheme

Are you an Irish Taxpayer seeking tax relief for 2011?¬† Investing in a Business Expansion Scheme (BES) is one way to reduce your tax liability.¬† Eneclann are running a unique BES this year that focuses on our Irish heritage.’¬ Find out more information on the Eneclann BES

 


National Flood Hazard Mapping Project

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

In this edition we introduce the national flood hazard mapping project.

Interested? Read on

 


County Focus Down

This month our focus is on Co. Down, which is located in the Province of Ulster.

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

 


Last Order Dates for Christmas

snowflake Last Order Dates for Christmas¬ The last order dates to ensure the arrival of your order for Christmas are as follows:

Republic of Ireland¬† ‚Äď 12 December

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Christmas Gift Guide

With the holiday season here why not take a look at our unique Irish genealogy starter packs ideal for those with an interest in researching their family tree.

 


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Best wishes,
The Eneclann Team

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