Author Archives: Laura Carroll

Expert Workshop for CPD. April 2016

Our Expert speaker for April is Dr. Patrick Roycroft Irish Mines and Quarries: Natives, Immigrants and Emigrants. Date: Saturday April 16th, Time:2pm – 3.30pm, Venue: The Seminar Room, NLI, Kildare St. Synopsis The influence and impact of mining and quarrying on … Continue reading

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Free Family History Day Abbeyleix

To mark the centenary of the Easter Rising, family history experts from Findmypast and Eneclann are touring Ireland to help you trace your ancestors for FREE! Next Stop, Abbeyleix! Date:Thursday, April 14th Location: Abbeyleix Library Time:12-4pm: On the day you … Continue reading

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Who Do You Think You Are Live 2016

Eneclann are looking forward to exhibiting at, Who Do You Think You Are ? Live 2016 at the NEC Birmingham from the 7th -9th of April 2016 You will find us at stand 272, where we will be waiting to … Continue reading

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Research Tip of the Week

Tracing ancestors in the arts in Ireland. It is a week and year for remembering all those who died in 1916 and we have had many queries relating to people who were involved in or whose lives were affected by … Continue reading

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Easter edition of Irish Lives Remembered

The Easter 2016 edition of Irish Lives Remembered is a bumper issue to commemorate the 1916 centenary. In this issue, Fiona Fitzsimons talks to broadcaster and historian Joe Duffy, whose recent book explores the short lives and violent deaths of the … Continue reading

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Free Family History Day Tullamore

To mark the centenary of the Easter Rising, family history experts from Findmypast and Eneclann are touring Ireland to help you trace your ancestors for FREE! Next Stop, Tullamore!   Date:Thursday, March 31st Location:Tullamore Library Time:12-4pm: On the day you … Continue reading

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PODCASTS: The Women in the Military Service Pensions Collection 1916-1923.

Cécile Gordon Cécile’s Talk is entitled: The Women in the Military Service Pensions Collection 1916-1923. Ms Cécile Gordon is an archivist and has been working on the Military Service Pensions Project in Cathal Brugha Barracks since the beginning of the project in … Continue reading

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New source uncovered for Easter week 2016

A 1916 Letter Mollie Black’s letter I was given this letter by a neighbor, Lucinda Isabella Bright, many years ago. Lucy was sorting out some old correspondence and because of failing eyesight she asked me to check that she was … Continue reading

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PODCASTS: The Importance of Truthful Family History in Irish Culture

Bruce Arnold   The Importance of Truthful Family History in Irish Culture   This podcast takes a personal take on the place of family history in Irish culture. Bruce Arnold is a writer and journalist. He has published twenty three books and … Continue reading

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An Interview with Lorna Moloney for Ancestral Connections Summer School 2016

  Eneclann’s own Fiona Fitzsimons met up recently with Lorna Moloney to discuss the annual Ancestral Connections Summer School in Genealogy. The Summer School is now in it’s 4th year, and has rapidly become a fixture in the genealogy calendar. … Continue reading

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