Latest Eneclann Newsletter, 12th of Spetmeber 2014

Eneclann News- September 12th 2014

What an action packed month it has been for Eneclann, with so may exciting events and talks taking place around the country and even more to come this year, in this weeks latest newsletter from Eneclann we will be covering the first half of our Twentyx20 lunch-time talk’s and how they went, along with news on some free Genealogy events to come, books reviews, our ever so popular research tip of the week and so much more, we hope you enjoy our latest newsletter and have a wonderful Saturday!

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Culture Night 2014

Culture Night 2014 is just around the corner, will you be getting involved? the night comprises of hundreds of events across Ireland and overseas. From the nation’s capital

to county town, everyone’s getting involved! Arts and cultural organisations open their doors until late with hundreds of free events, tours, talks & performances for you, your family and friends to enjoy, and of courseEneclann will also be getting involved so be sure to come see us,read how here

 

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Twentyx20 talks

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For the month of August TheNational Library of Ireland hosted the Twentyx20 lunchtime series of talks on Irish family history. Organised by Eneclann andAncestor Network, the wide range of expertise on show every day was a show-case of Irish genealogy at it’s best. Each expert held the floor for 20 minutes and spoke about an aspect of their own work and its relevance for Irish family history. Each talk was followed by a Q&A session, which gave the audience direct access to the speaker. Read Eneclann’s review on the first10 guest speakers here

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Irish Lives Remembered

The September/October edition ofIrish Lives Remembered Genealogy e-Magazine is now out, in this latest issueEneclann Research Director Fiona Fitzsimons shares her research on Irish American Comedian, Stephen Colbert’s Laois roots which you can view on pages 12 &13, this issue can be read/downloaded FREE of charge viawww.irishlivesremembered.com or directly athttp://bit.ly/1we2OIE

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Expert Workshops

Expert Workshops for Continuous Professional Development have resumed again. These workshops are organised byEneclann’s Fiona Fitzsimons andAncestor Network’s Maeve Mullins. Find out how this week’s talk went and also who will be giving a talk today and also how attendees can help a great cause while they are there,read all about it here….

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Eneclann Director Brian Donovan has written a book review after reading “Finding Your Irish Ancestors in New York City“ written by Joseph Buggy, “His treatment of the records of the Roman Catholic Church is very extensive, comprising a third of the book”. You canread the full review of this book here

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Family History Beginners Day

Eneclann andFindmypast celebrated National Heritage Week by holding a “Free Family History For Beginners Day” at Dublin City Library and Archive on the 26th of August, the turnout from the general public on the day was great, and it was wonderful to see so many new faces all eagerly awaiting some expert advice on how to get started on their family history research. Our expert researchers managed to help so many attendees on the day, have a look at some images from the dayhere

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Save the date folks, as Back to our Past 2014 is soon upon us, this years event will take place on the 17th, 18th and 19th of October 2014 in the Industries Hall, RDS Dublin, Ireland, and of courseEneclannwill be there with a team of our expert researchers to help you with all your family history research queries, we will also be giving three lectures throughout the weekend which we will fill you in more on in the coming weeks, for further details and to buy your tickets nowclick here

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Probate Genealogy

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Irish Probate Genealogy Partners are a consortium of Irish records specialists and the foremost Irish probate genealogical research firm.Eneclann, Irish records specialists, andHeirsIreland, with 24 years experience in international probate genealogy, have combined resources to provide the most effective probate genealogy service in Ireland. Read more on the service and have a look at their new websitehere.

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Give Eneclann your vote

Eneclann’s very own duo Fiona Fitzsimons and Brian Donovan have been nominated for “Rockstar Genealogists” 2014, Give them yourvote here.

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Irish Genealogy Online

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This weekEneclann Director Brian Donovan spoke to a full auditorium to theGenealogical Society of Ireland on the topic of“The Digital Revolution in Irish family history research”. He charted the history of this transformation over the last 20 years, focusing on the key projects and organisation which have engaged in digitisation projects, like the National Archives, National Library, Military Archives, PRONI, the GRO, IFHF, irishgenealogy.ie and of courseEneclann andfindmypast. The biggest shift has been the development of partnerships between the voluntary sector (especially Family Search), the cultural institutions and the commercial sector which have propelled the process forward to the point that over 120 million records for Irish genealogy are now available online.

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Research Tip of the week

Each newsletter we offer you a research tip written by one of our expert researcher’s here at Eneclann in the hope that we can that somehow help you along your genealogy path, this week Research ManagerCarmel Gilbride has written a research tip on Family History and “mapping people to places”  You can read thefull research tip here.

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