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RootsTech 2015

This event, which has grown so dramatically over the last few years, is now the largest family history exhibition in the world. This year more than 22,000 people had pre-purchased tickets on opening day. Part of the reason it was … Continue reading

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Research Tip of The Week.

It’s a wise child know’s its’ own father. In Irish research you will often find clusters of family surnames in places – Bluett in Ballina, county Mayo; Clooney in county Kilkenny; Butterly in county Louth, to name but a few.  … Continue reading

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Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2015.

Eneclann are looking forward to exhibiting at,Who Do You Think You Are ? Live 2015 at the NEC Birmingham from the 16th -18th of April 2015 Eneclann’s Brian Donovan will be giving a talk at the event on“Irish Soldiers & Rebels: … Continue reading

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Roots Tech 2015

  The Eneclann stand was all go on Thursday with barely enough time to draw breath. It was great to see so many old faces and friends and make some new ones too. Many attendees were eager to hear all … Continue reading

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Expert Workshops

Expert Workshops Our third guest speaker will be Hilary McDonagh Hilary McDonagh is the Founder and Director of Irish Ancestry, an organisation that has been involved for almost 10 years in genealogical and family research. This business has been built up … Continue reading

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Ask the Experts Free Live Q&A on Facebook.

  Date: February 20th Time: 2pm- 5pm Topic: Family History Research. Location: Irish Central’s Facebook page. Join Eneclann and our partners Findmypast over on Irish Central’s Facebook page on Friday February 20th from 2pm – 5pm where our expert researchers Fiona … Continue reading

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Research Tip of the Week.

Social networking and the genealogist. “For the times they are a changing”, Bob Dylan’s immortal words can be applied to many things, not least genealogical research in the digital world. The greater availability of records online and the surge in … Continue reading

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The Role of Romance in Family History

Births and marriages are the stock in trade of genealogists. We spend our days in dusty archives, extracting information from these documents, seeking to learn more about our ancestors. On this Valentines weekend, it seems like a good time to … Continue reading

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31st of January 2014,Latest Eneclann Newsletter

In the latest edition of Eneclann’s newsletter we fill you in on some recent events in Irish genealogy. The new series of Expert Workshops for Continuous Professional Development returns in 2015; Learn the truth behind George Clooney’s Irish Roots as told … Continue reading

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