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Dear Eneclann customer,

My Ancestor Was A ... Teacher

TeacherAccording to Kenny’s Manufacturers’ Directory, there were over 30,000 people engaged in teaching activities in Ireland in 1911.
Eneclann’s Research Manager, Elizabeth Cuddy, explains what records you can use to find out more about your teaching ancestors.


Special Offer For Newsletter Readers

special offerTo coincide with this newsletter’s tip on tracing your teacher ancestors, we are pleased to have a special 60% discount on our publication Reports from Commissioners, Irish Education Inquiry, Second Report, Schools of all Denominations, dating from 1826 especially for our newsletter readers. To get your 60% discount on this title just use the code school when purchasing the CD at our online shop and the discount will be applied at check out. This discount will only be available until the 1st of July.

Also on special offer for the duration of our research tip series on occupations, is Kenny’s Manufacturers’ Directory from 1919. This publication is a great resource for background on Ireland’s industries and businesses and is reduced to €9.98 (inc. VAT).


What Did Your Ancestor Do?

occupationWe want our research tip series on historic occupations to be as useful to you as possible, so we’d like to know what your ancestor worked as. You can let us know what your ancestor did for a living in Ireland (and when and where) at our Facebook group and we’ll try to include your requests in our future tips.


County Focus

MayoDid your family come from Mayo? We have a range of directories for Connaught, including Mayo, such as Pigot’s and Slater’s in which you could find your ancestor, and, of course, they’re a great resource for discovering occupations! The Agricultural Labourer part 4 contains socio-economic information about labourers in County Mayo at the end of the 19th century, while if your ancestors emigrated from Mayo at the end of that century you might find Mr Tuke’s Fund for Assisted Emigration of use. For western Mayo we also have Memorials of the Dead, which contains over 8,000 names and over 3,000 memorials up to 1901 alongside other useful information such as addresses and maps.
You can view the full range of Mayo titles at the Eneclann shop.



Best wishes, The Eneclann Team
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