Author Archives: Laura

Up The Hill For Jack and Jill Childrens Foundation

Eneclann and Ancestor Network are now raising money for Jack and Jill Childrens Foundation at our Monthly Continuous Professional Development Workshops, We will be holding these workshops every month and hope to raise a little for the foundation each month, a … Continue reading

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Eneclann News- September 12th 2014 What an action packed month it has been for Eneclann, with so may exciting events and talks taking place around the country and even more to come this year, in this weeks latest newsletter from Eneclann we … Continue reading

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Twentyx20 talks reviews

The following is a review of the first 10 Twentyx20 talks at the National Library of Ireland this Summer, our very first guest speaker was Eneclann Director Brian Donovan and he was followed by some of the top experts in … Continue reading

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Expert Workshops for Continuous Professional Development, have resumed again.

Organised by Eneclann’s Fiona Fitzsimons and Ancestor Newtwork‘s Maeve Mullins. The Expert Workshop series resumed this week, with a double-bill from our own Kay Caball, and guest speaker Dr. Gerard Moran. Kay Caball led a workshop on  “Researching the Kerry Girls: … Continue reading

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Research Tip of the Week! 10-9-2014.

This weeks Research Tip of the week is written by Enecann Research Expert, Carmel Gilbride Family history concerns itself with mapping people to places. We need to be familiar with the places where events in our ancestors lives may have … Continue reading

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Free Family History Research Day

  Eneclann andFindmypast celebrated National Heritage Week by holding a “Free Family History For Beginners Day” at Dublin City Library and Archive on the 26th of August, the turnout from the general public on the day was great, and it was wonderful … Continue reading

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Book Review: ‘Finding Your Irish Ancestors in New York City’ by Joe Buggy

  This book is the first by relative newcomer Joe Buggy. I say relative because I had the pleasure of meeting him and hearing first-hand the early fruits of his labours two years ago. It was a revelation to me … Continue reading

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Expert Workshops for Continuous Professional Development

The Expert Workshops for Continuous Professional Development, start again this September. The workshops will take place: 3pm on Thursday 11th Sept, in the Davis Theatre, Arts Block, Trinity College with Kay Caball on “Researching The Kerry Girls: Emigration and the … Continue reading

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Irish Probate Genealogy Partners

  Irish Probate Genealogy Partners are a consortium of Irish records specialists and the foremost Irish probate genealogical research firm. Eneclann, Irish records specialists, and HeirsIreland, with 24 years experience in international probate genealogy, have combined resources to provide the most … Continue reading

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Culture night 2014

Culture Night comprises of hundreds of events across Ireland and overseas. From nation’s capital to county town, everyone’s getting involved! Arts and cultural organisations open their doors until late with hundreds of free events, tours, talks & performances for you, your … Continue reading

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