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Employment and Investment Incentive Scheme 2016

Seeking tax relief for 2016? Investing in an Employment and Investment Incentive Scheme (EII) is one of the only remaining ways in which Irish investors can reduce their 2016 tax liability. EII was established in 2011, and replaces the Business … Continue reading

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Free Family History Day: Letterkenny

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! Date: Tuesday, May 17th Location: Letterkenny Library Time:12-5pm On the day you can expect: … Continue reading

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Research Tip of the Week

Civil Registration Civil registration is a double edged sword. We are always delighted when our searches fall in to the time when we might find a birth, marriage or death for our ancestors. These records can often lead us to … Continue reading

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News Digest

  Events at St. Patrick’s Cathedral On Saturday 7th May at 20.00 soloist Virgina Kerr performs with the Goethe-Institute choir in St. Patrick’s Cathedral.  Concert includes music by Thomas Tallis, Haydn, and Handel.  Tickets €20, all proceeds to the Carmichael … Continue reading

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Irish Family History Centre and EPIC Ireland ticket Giveaway

10 Tickets up for grabs at the Irish Family History Centre and EPIC Ireland We are pretty excited here at Eneclann as we will be opening our brand new family history centre as part of EPIC Ireland today for the … Continue reading

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Space and Settlement in the middle Ages VII

 May 20th & 21st Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin ‘A Climate for Change?: approaching the archaeology of cultural enlightenments in 16C-17C Ireland.’  With Keynote Speaker Professor Audrey Horning (Queen’s University Belfast). Register for this event here

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Podcast: Using Maps for thinking about Irish history.

Kevin Whelan, Using Maps for thinking about Irish history. Kevin Whelan considers a brief history of Irish maps, and how they can be used to document history from below. Maps are factual, but they also record peoples’ thoughts and impressions. … Continue reading

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Discover Your Family History Day

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! To start the tour we are hitting Blanchardstown Library first this Saturday the 16th … Continue reading

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Research Tip of the week

 For the most part genealogists are immersed in 19th century newspapers, parish registers, estate papers, etc., in the hunt for an elusive ancestor. Sometimes however a search can be in the not too distant past, and often that search can … Continue reading

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Ireland XO Volunteer of the Year 2015

Ireland Reaching Out, NLI, Minister Deenihan Dec 2015 Ireland Reaching Out is delighted to announce Tim Lee as Ireland XO Volunteer of the Year for 2015.  Tim is the local diaspora contact for Bournea in County Tipperary and one of … Continue reading

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