Irish Family History

Eneclann is Ireland’s premier genealogical and historical research agency. Established in 1998 as a Trinity College Dublin campus company, we offer research services covering all of Ireland, both north and south.

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Research Clients
Most of our research work comes in as private commissions from individuals from all over the world . Some are still living in Ireland, but many are the descendants of Irish people that settled overseas over the last four hundred years.

You may also be familiar with our research from television programmes such as Who Do You Think You Are?, Faces of America, and Where Were Your Ancestors During the Famine?

Research Team
Our core research team has been in place since 1998, and we bring an unparalleled level of experience and continuity to all our clients.

Since 1998 we have completed over 15,000 individual research assignments. In that time we have developed key areas of specialisation – we are especially strong on pre-1800 research. We have a reputation for solving genealogical puzzles, and untangling even the thorniest family trees.

As members of the internationally recognised Association of Professional Genealogists (APG) we have signed up to that organisation’s Code of Ethics.

Our experience, the quality of our research and our quick turnaround times are just a few of the reasons why people commission Eneclann to conduct their research for them.

Research Services

Eneclann’s Irish Family History research service is aimed at anyone who would like us to research their Irish roots.

If you meet the legal requirements laid out by the Irish government, we can help you to trace the information you need to become an Irish citizen. More about Naturalisation.

Genealogical Research for the Media
Take a look at some of the work we have done for the media, or commission us for media research, or to act as spokespeople for Irish genealogy.

We undertake bespoke commissions as well as offering the services outlined above.  Please contact us if you would like to discuss bespoke research.

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