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Expert Workshop; Willie Nolan

Our Sixth Guest Speaker will be Willie Nolan Willie Nolan is an historical geographer and was formerly an associate professor in the Department of Geography, UCD. He taught geography at UCG in the 1970s where a colleague in Sociology was … Continue reading

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British Institute, Salt Lake City, UTAH, 21-25 Sept. An interview with Alec Tritton

This week Fiona interviewed Alec Tritton, who will support Elsa Churchill in presenting the English Track in the British Institute in September 2015. Fiona said: “Alec is a humourist, and in the thirty years he’s been a genealogist has collected … Continue reading

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Who Do You Think You Are ? Live 2015

  Eneclann’s Brian Donovan said: “It’s a great venue, and a lovely city. I can also safely say that the event was at least as good as the previous years’ experiences in London. There were as many people as last … Continue reading

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Research Tip of The Week

Is Irish history for sale? This May in Dublin there are two themed auctions of historic documents, books, and artefacts.  On Saturday 9th May Whytes History and Literature sale takes place; then Tuesday 12th May Adams will host their History … Continue reading

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NEWS DIGEST

    Irish civil records to be published online, on the Irish Genealogy website. http://www.irishtimes.com/news/politics/genealogy-website-restores-access-to-records-1.2167965 Plans are afoot to create a new Irish Diaspora Centre in Dublin, as a visitor attraction http://www.irishtimes.com/business/companies/former-coca-cola-chief-in-dublin-to-oversee-plans-for-epic-ireland-at-chq-1.2155120 An Irish American’s epic fight to ‘get even’ … Continue reading

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Winner of Expert Research with Eneclann

In March Eneclann and the Certificate of Irish Heritage celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with a family history competition.  The prize – a free consultation with one of our team of Eneclann expert researchers.  Our winner is Carol Knotts of the state of … Continue reading

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Expert Workshops

Our fifth guest speaker will be Rob Goodbody Rob Goodbody is a historic building consultant and local historian. He has published a number of works on local history, Quaker history and industrial heritage and has recently been awarded the Industrial … Continue reading

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Research Tip of The Week

Expect the unexpected   The great (frustrating) thing about genealogical research is that just when you think you’ve seen it all, something new crops up. Before joining Eneclann I spent 9 months with the National Archives of Ireland correcting errors … Continue reading

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The Road to The Rising Event 2015

  Eneclann Research Expert, Carmel Gilbride says, ” Throughout the day, we were intrigued by the procession of treasured items all with their own story to tell.  We then had the opportunity to deploy our arsenal of genealogical techniques to … Continue reading

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WIN! complimentary registration to the British Institute in Salt Lake City, September 2015

  The purpose of the ISBGFH Writing Contest is to encourage individuals to write about Great Britain and Ireland research problems. The winning article will be published as the lead article in the fourth quarter issue of British Connections. The winner’s name … Continue reading

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