Eneclann Newsletter 28 August 2011

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Dear Eneclann customer,

We’ve a packed newsletter this edition, with three new Irish publications, a country focus on Antrim, and the announcement of the winner of a 12 month subscription to findmypast.ie.

New Publication: Marriages of the parishes of SS. Andrew, Anne, Audoen & Bride, Dublin

St AndrewsThese registers are among the oldest surviving parish records in Ireland and were originally published in 1913 by the Parish Register Society of Dublin. The publication also includes marriage entries found in the parochial returns that were not found in the parish registers themselves. Eneclann have re-published them on fully-searchable CD rom. Learn more about the Dublin marriage registers of SS. Andrew, Anne, Audoen and Bride.

New Publication: Register of St. Nicholas Without, Dublin, 1694-1739

St NicholasThis earliest surviving register of the parish of St. Nicholas Without was first published in 1912 by the Parish Register Society of Dublin. This was once one of the most populous parishes in the environs of Dublin. Find out more about the parish register of St. Nicholas Without, available to purchase on fully-searchable CD-rom from the Eneclann shop.

New Publication: Some Notes of an Irish Exile of 1798

CorkAnyone interested in the 1798 Rebellion will be familiar with Myles Byrne and his role as leader of the United Irishmen. Byrne was involved in the Battles of Oulart, Clough, Vinegar Hill, Enniscorthy, Arklow and Ballygullen, and the accounts of battles and areas covered in this publication are seen as amongst the most authoritative available. Find out more about Byrne, and Notes of an Irish Exile, or purchase it now from the Eneclann shop.

County Focus: Antrim

Researching Co. Antrim? We’ve a great selection of publications that might be of interest.

If it’s topographical information you’re looking for, publications such as Benn’s History of Belfast, Gwynn and Thompson’s Highways and Byways in Donegal and Antrim or the more recent, Ulster for your Holiday (1939).

Given the prominence of Belfast, we have a good selection of Belfast directories, including Matier’s Belfast Directory 1835-6, Henderson’s Belfast Directory 1850 and Henderson’s Belfast and Ulster Directory 1856. Bassett’s Book of Antrim 1888 covers the whole county and includes the names of farmers as well as tradesmen and professionals. Ulster is also covered in our country-wide directories.

If you’re interested in emigration, Hanna’s ‘The Scots-Irish’ provides an insight into the Scottish settlers in Ulster, and the Scots-Irish who settled in North America.

Take a look at all our Antrim-related publications.

Competition Winner


There was a great response to our competition to win a 12 month subscription to findmypast.ie, and we’re delighted to announce that the winner is Paul McCool of Maine, USA. Don’t worry if you didn’t win, you can still sign up to findmypast.ie for a 6 months subscription (€37.95 EUR) or a 12 months subscription (€59.95 EUR), or alternatively you can purchase pay as you go credits.

Best wishes,

The Eneclann Team

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