Articles Featuring Eneclann.

17th of May 2014, The

“Archives shed light on the men and women involved in World War I and what they experienced” Brian Donovan, shares with us his knowledge on how to find out more about the men and women engaged in World War I. Read the full article here

17th of May 2014, The

“We must address the lack of knowledge on Ireland’s role” Eneclann Director Brian Donovan gives his take on World War I and how “hundreds of thousands of other people in this country have a relative who fought in that “war to end all wars” read more here

14th of May 2014, The

Brian Donovan Eneclann Researcher and Director gives us his take on World War 1 and how “We owe it to these men who died in this war to ensure that their contribution isn’t written out of history” Read the full article here.

19 November 2012,
Fiona Fitzsimons discusses the genealogical advisory service at the National Archives of Ireland that is being run by Eneclann in partnership with Ancestor Network. Read more about this free advice service.

13 August 2012,
Article about the lunchtime series of talks running throughout August in the National Library of Ireland that were organised by Eneclann. Read the article.

17 March 2012, Irish Independent
Brian Donovan discusses the Petty Sessions records, released online at Read the article: first page and second page

16 December 2011, The Irish Times
Brian Donovan discusses the Eneclann Business Expansion Scheme (BES). Read the full article.

July 2011, various
Eneclann received mentions in a number of publications following the press release on Obama thanking the genealogists who researched his Irish family history. Publications include: Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter, Australia’s Gould Genealogy and UK-based The Irish World.

3 July 2011, Sunday Business Post
Findmypast to Tap into the Irish Diaspora. Piece about the joint venture between findmypast and Eneclann.

12 June 2011, The Sunday Times
Draft in Outsiders to Raise the Bar – piece in the Small Business section about how outsourcing payroll and book-keeping services made Eneclann a smoother operation.

23 May 2011, The Daily Mail
Now African Americans are trying to trace THEIR Irish roots after being inspired by Barack Obama

20 May 2011, The Irish World
Research reveals Barack Obama’s closest Irish relatives

20 May 2011, Irish Independent
Excitement builds as invites snapped up for home-town visit

5 May 2011, Scotland Courier
Irish roots research made easier as brightsolid puts records online

16 April 2011, Irish Central
How to trace your roots in Ireland – tips on finding your Irish ancestors

1 April 2011, Senior Times
Tracing the O’Bamas of Moneygall

31 March 2011, Irish Examiner
Shinrone bid for Obama visit to mark ancestral link

14 November 2010, Sunday Times
Fiona Fitzsimons discusses Eneclann’s house history research service in the Sunday Times’s Property section

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