Category Archives: Newsletters

You can read past and current Eneclann newsletters on the blog section of the Eneclann Website.

News Digest

  How the Irish came to America, from the Great Hunger to today. http://www.irishcentral.com/roots/genealogy/How-the-Irish-came-to-America-from-the-Great-Hunger-to-today-.html Fascinating new resource for Irish family history. http://www.irishcentral.com/roots/Fascinating-new-resource-for-Irish-family-history.html School days provide more clues to Irish ancestry. http://www.irishcentral.com/roots/School-days-give-more-clues-to-Irish-ancestry.html Who were the Celts? It’s complicated. http://www.irishtimes.com/news/world/uk/who-were-the-celts-it-s-complicated-1.2410501 Bid to … Continue reading

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BACK TO OUR PAST 2015

Back to our past 2015 is here and this year the event  will be at the Serpentine Hall, Anglesea Road, RDS on October 9th, 10th and 11th of October. Friday: 11.30pm – 6pm Sat & Sun: 11am – 6pm Eneclann … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Trim 1913-23.

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Join us for Lunch at The National Library!!

This August and September at the National Library of Ireland, Eneclann and Ancestor Network bring you the best of Irish cultural, family and social history related talks, with the return of the Family History lunch-time talks. Fiona Fitzsimons,(Eneclann) organiser of the lecture series said, “We … Continue reading

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News Digest

Catholic parish registers in Ireland from 1740′s on now published online: http://www.irishcentral.com/roots/genealogy/Genealogical-treasure-trove-as-Catholic-parish-register-published-online.html Chicago May: The Irish queen of crooks: http://www.irishcentral.com/roots/Chicago-May-The-Irish-queen-of-crooks.html Celebration of Irish who built the world’s major cities comes to New York and Chicago (VIDEO): http://www.irishcentral.com/culture/community/Celebration-of-Irish-who-built-the-worlds-major-cities-comes-to-New-York-and-Chicago-VIDEO.html Rare 1880s photo … Continue reading

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Polemical corner

How should we steer the future development of Genealogy/ Family History as an expert discipline? The Genealogical Society of Ireland recently reported on the change of name of one of Ireland’s genealogical groups.  Under the headline ‘APGI becomes AGI’ they … Continue reading

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Expert workshop, National Library of Ireland, June

  Our guest speaker for continuous professional development in June will be Dr Liz Rushen. Liz’s talk is entitled: “The migration of Irish women to colonial Australia” Thousands of Irish girls migrated to Australia in the 1830s, a decade before the Great Famine. … Continue reading

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British Institute, Salt Lake City, UTAH, 21-25 Sept. An interview with Bruce Durie

Dr Bruce Durie has enjoyed two successful careers in different fields.  He began his professional life as a biochemist/ pharmacologist. In 1977 he was awarded the IBRO/ UNESCO Fellowship as ‘Scotland’s most promising young neuroscientist.” In the 90s, he moved … 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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31st of January 2014,Latest Eneclann Newsletter

In the latest edition of Eneclann’s newsletter we fill you in on some recent events in Irish genealogy. The new series of Expert Workshops for Continuous Professional Development returns in 2015; Learn the truth behind George Clooney’s Irish Roots as told … Continue reading

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