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Eneclann Newsletter

In this issue:

St. Patricks Day Sale

New Publications

Petty Sessions Courts Records Online

Research Q&A

New PBS Show 'Finding Your Roots'

Who Do You Think You Are? Live! 2012

Dear Eneclann customer,

St. Patrick's Day Sale - 50% off!

Happy St. Patricks Day to our newsletter readers around the world! To celebrate, we're running a 50% off sale on our titles from today until Sunday 25th March (please note that new releases and titles already on special offer are excluded from the sale).

Visit the Eneclann online shop now

New Publications

We have three new Irish titles for you this newsletter:
This is the extended American edition of The Story of Ireland, by Alexander Martin Sullivan, an Irish politician, lawyer and journalist, editor and owner of The Nation. This important publication covers more than 650 pages and contains many pen and ink sketches. 
Burke's history is well illustrated and very detailed for the history of the church and religious  foundations. It is also an important source for this region of Roscommon.
Cameron's Reminiscences are recorded in just under two-hundred printed pages but cover a range of events, experiences and stories about the upper echelons of society and what they got up to. More importantly, they detail the lives and conditions of the working poor in Dublin. 
We also have three new British titles: Post Office Glasgow Directory 1866, 1867; William White History Gazetteer and Directory of Lincolnshire 1882 and Kellys Directory of Cambridgeshire, 1883.

View all our new titles

Petty Sessions Courts Records Released Online has launched 1.2 million cases from the Petty Sessions Court records online, with a further 15 million cases to follow throughout 2012. 

Read about what is contained in the Petty Sessions Court records and how they can be of use in your research


Research Q&A

This newsletter Fiona Fitzsimons, Research Director at Eneclann, answers Bev Young's question about her ancestor who emigrated to Australia under the Irish Orphan Scheme. Read Fiona's advice for Bev and have a look at our older Q&As

 If you’ve got a question you’d like to ask Fiona, post it on our Facebook page or send it to us at

Eneclann provides Irish research for new PBS show 'Finding Your Roots'

Eneclann researched the Irish family history for the upcoming PBS show 'Finding Your Roots'. 

This show, hosted by Henry Louis Gates Jr., airs on PBS on Sunday March 25. 

Read more about 'Finding Your Roots'

Who Do You Think You Are? Live! 2012

Thanks to everyone who stopped by the Eneclann stand at this  Who Do You Think You Are? Live!  We hope to see you again next year.  In the meantime, or if you couldn't make it this year, take a look at some of the photos from the show

Best wishes, The Eneclann Team

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