Eneclann Newsletter 25 February

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Dear Eneclann customer,

Eneclann at the Oscars

Eneclann provided historical consultancy for the Oscar albert nobbs2 1  Eneclann Newsletter 25 Februarynominated film, Albert Nobbs, starring Glenn Close.  Our particular task was to establish a histtorical context for the film set in Dublin in 1898.

Read more about Eneclann’s research for Albert Nobbs

 


Eneclann at…Who Do You Think You Are?

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Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2012 has already begun, but if you’re in the vicinity of London there’s still time to make a trip to the Olympia.  Enecalnn are at stand 713 until close this evening at 5.30 and tomorrow Sunday from 9.30am to 5pm.

Brian Donovan of Eneclann is also speaking at 4 this afternoon on ‘British and Irish Research: the differences’ and while you are here you can avail of our special show discount prices of 25% off!

Read more about the show

 


County Focus: Laois

County Laois is historically known as Queen’s County, the county’s name changing in 1922.huguenot.1 Eneclann Newsletter 25 February  Portarlington in the county was a Huguenot settlement.  You can find out more about the French refugees in Portarlington in the Registers of the French Church of Portarlington 1694-1816.

If you’re interested in the Huguenots in Ireland more generally, you might also want to read Smiles’ The Huguenots, their settlements, churches and industries in England and Ireland, Gimlette’s The History of the Huguenot Settlers in Ireland, or one of our other Huguenot titles.

If you’re interested in church history, but not descended from Huguenots, then you might find Carrigan’s History of the Diocese of Ossory is right for you.  The religious history of the parishes in counties Laois and Kilkenny is recorded, as well as extensive extracts and transcripts of original manuscript material, much of which was lost in the destruction of the PRO in 1922.

Laois is also covered by the Leinster sections of a number or directories, namely Slater’s and Pigot’s for 1824, 1846, 1870, 1881 and 1894.

View our full range of County Laois titles

 


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Best wishes,
The Eneclann Team

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