Author Archives: Brian

Newsletter: Christmas Postal Dates

  Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. In this issue: Christmas Postal Dates Eneclann Home Browse our Shop Family History Research House Histories Heritage Archives Records Management Digitisation Digital Publications     Dear Eneclann customer, Important Postal … Continue reading

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Share in an Irish heritage success story by investing in the Eneclann EII

If you are an Irish taxpayer then you can invest in the Eneclann Employment and Investment Incentive Scheme (EII). Investing in an EII is one way to reduce your tax liability and the closing date for applications is the December … Continue reading

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Eneclann at Monaghan Genealogy

We’re really looking forward to taking part in the County Monaghan Genealogy initiative, which takes place in Monaghan town and Carrickmacross from today (October 14th) until Thursday week (October 24th). Among the events scheduled at “County Monaghan Genealogy: Home to … Continue reading

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Eneclann welcomes arrival of new DC Thomson Family History CEO

Renowned Irish family history company Eneclann has welcomed the arrival of a new CEO at DC Thomson Family History, the Scottish company with whom it runs findmypast.ie as a joint venture. On her appointment as new CEO, Annelies van den … Continue reading

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Genealogy as economic opportunity

By Brian Donovan CEO, Eneclann Last Thursday, October 3rd, during the second stage of the Freedom of Information Bill 2013, Deputy Catherine Murphy, made some very important points about genealogy, freedom of information and what they mean for Ireland, our … Continue reading

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Extraordinary 18th century Quaker history included in new Eneclann publications

A truly extraordinary publication about the Quakers is included in the latest batch of new publications available on CD-ROM and to download via the Eneclann website. A History of the People Called Quakers, from their First Rise to the Present … Continue reading

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Wexford historical society to be treated to “murderers and rebels”

Eneclann director Brian Donovan will give a talk on “Murderers, Rebels & Drunkards: Your Irish Ancestors & The Law” for North Wexford Historical Society this Friday (September 27th). The Gorey Library talk had originally been scheduled last March but was … Continue reading

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United States of Ireland: New book reveals America’s most Irish locales

A recently published book, Ancestry & Ethnicity in America, outlines the fact that 12 American States have Irish populations numbering more than 15%. In each of Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island more than 20% of the population have declared … Continue reading

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Eneclann Newsletter 1 April 2012

  Eneclann Newsletter   Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. In this issue: Sale Update Australian ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Project Focus: Deaf Heritage Centre   Research Q&A County Focus: Derry/Londonderry   Eneclann Home Browse … Continue reading

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Eneclann Newsletter 17 March 2012

  Eneclann Newsletter   Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. In this issue: St. Patricks Day Sale New Publications Petty Sessions Courts Records Online   Research Q&A New PBS Show ‘Finding Your Roots’ Who Do You Think … Continue reading

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