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  In case you haven’t heard yet we’ve recently partnered with the team to bring you Launched with over 5 million records on the 5th of May 2011, is aiming to become the world’s most comprehensive Irish … Continue reading

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President Obama Thanks Eneclann Genealogists for Researching his Irish Family History

Eneclann genealogists were delighted to be acknowledged by President Obama in the speech he made in College Green, Dublin. ‘Eneclann were delighted to be given VIP tickets to the reception in College Green, along with Megan Smolenyak, the American genealogist … Continue reading

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Eneclann in Sunday Business Post

3 July 2011, Sunday Business Post Findmypast to Tap into the Irish Diaspora. Piece about the joint venture between findmypast and Eneclann.

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Eneclann at the IRCHSS and IRCSET Postdoctoral Symposium

Brian Donovan of Eneclann was one of the speakers at the IRCHSS & IRCSET Postdoctoral Symposium held on 27th June 2011 – ‘Contributing Creativity, Entrepreneurship and Impact.’ Brian Donovan studied history at Trinity College, graduating in 1989. He has lectured … Continue reading

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Eneclann’s New Website Launches

Eneclann’s new website launched today.

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Eneclann Researchers Reveal Obama’s Closest Irish Relatives

President Obama’s closest Irish relatives hail from Ballygurteen, Co. Tipperary They have been invited to meet the President in Moneygall next week Dublin-based researchers, Eneclann, conducted the research The story of the Benn family will be told on Nationwide, RTE … Continue reading

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FindMyPast IE Launches offering access to over 50 million Irish Records

New site will host the most extensive collection of Irish land records available anywhere online. Over 50 million records available in first 12-18 months in a joint venture between brightsolid and Eneclann. ———————————————————————————————————- Findmypast, one of the leading family history … Continue reading

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Finding your ancestors in the 1901 and 1911 censuses

Eneclann genealogists Elizabeth Cuddy and Helen Moss explain some of their ‘insider secrets’ for getting the most information about an ancestor from the 1901 and 1911 censuses. • The 1911 Census will tell you the number of years a woman … Continue reading

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Eneclann & Find My Past JV Launches!

Findmypast, one of the leading family history sites, has today announced a joint venture with Eneclann, the award-winning Irish history and heritage company, to launch findmypast Ireland. The new site jointly owned by Eneclann and brightsolid, the online publishing and … Continue reading

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