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Fiona Fitzsimons on Riviera Radio News regarding Princess Charlene report

  While the ancestries of Prince Albert II and his mother, Princess Grace , are well known, Research commissioned by Tourism Ireland and carried out by genealogy researcher Fiona Fitzsimons of Eneclann has revealed that Princess Charlene’s ancestors can be traced … Continue reading

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Eneclann trace Princess Charlene’s Irish ancestors back to 16th century Dublin

From L-R: Prince Albert, Princess Charlene, Finola O’Mahony, head of Europe,Tourism Ireland,Rory Montgomery irish ambassador to France and Fiona Fitzsimons Eneclann Director and Expert researcher. Eneclann have researched and prepared a family tree tracing Princess Charlene’s descent through her paternal grandmother back … Continue reading

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Latest Eneclann Newsletter 25th July 2014

In this issue: Celtic Connections Conference 2014. The Genealogy event Limerick. Lunch time talks in the National Library. Free Genealogy advisory service 2014. Research Tip of  the week. Carmel Gilbride unlocks the past for passengers Eneclann Home Browse our Shop … Continue reading

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Latest Eneclann Newsletter: 11th July 2014

In this issue: The Truth behind George Clooney’s Irish Family History. UCC Genealogy School is a hit 20×20 talks this summer The Genealogy event Limerick. World War one Roadshow Brian Mitchell,Tracing Derry-Londonderry roots. Experts Workshops for CPD conclude for the … Continue reading

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George Clooney’s Kilkenny Connections

Using newly available records on www.findmypast.ie renowned genealogist Fiona Fitzsimons discovered Clooney’s Irish ancestors didn’t jump, but were pushed. Clooney’s Irish ancestors were small farmers from Windgap, co. Kilkenny. In the 1850s local farmers competed for land. This sometimes tipped-over … Continue reading

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World War I Roadshow

  Trinity College Dublin in partnership withRTÉ Radio One and the National Library of Ireland is hosting a Family History Collections Day of World War One memorabilia this Saturday, July 12th where members of the public are invited to bring in family items, letters and … Continue reading

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Latest Eneclann Newsletter: 1st of July 2014

In this issue: UCC Genealogy Q&A with Stuart Rosenblatt The Genealogy Event 2014 Expert workshop with Dr. Gerard Corcoran Chapelizod dereliction project with Debbie Chapman Latest downloads at Eneclann Kindred Lines by Fiona Fitzsimons Research Tip of the week Eneclann … Continue reading

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Expert Workshops

Continuous Professional Development in Irish Family History We continue the series of expert workshops with Noel Jenkins on “Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) Records from 1654 to present day” Venue: The Religious Society of Friends (Quaker) Library and Archive in … Continue reading

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Latest Eneclann Newsletter: 9th of June 2014

Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. In this issue: Eneclann and Ancestor Network make it a hat trick. Family History research winner. UCC Genealogy Q&A with Nicola Morris. Expert workshop with Noel Jenkins. Research Tip of the … Continue reading

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Eneclann & Ancestor Network make it a hat trick!

Free genealogy advisory service in the National Library of Ireland, Summer 2014.   The joint consortium of Eneclann and Ancestor Network are delighted to announce that they have been selected by the National Library of Ireland to enhance its provision … Continue reading

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