In this month’s Eneclann expert post Fiona looks at genetic genealogy. DNA: Here’s Y. My first introduction to genetic-genealogy was in 2009, when Eneclann was recruited to work on a new television series presented by Professor Henry Louis Gates – Faces of America. The relationship was a happy one, and we subsequently provided research for […]
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This week Fiona Fitzsimons takes a look at the Petty Sessions orders books, available exclusively on findmypast.ie, and explains their immense value as a source of genealogical information for those tracing their Irish family history.
If you already know where in Ireland your ancestor farmed/resided or if you can find them in Griffith’s Valuation then you should examine the Landed Estates Court Rentals, to see if you can find out more about them. In this week’s Eneclann expert post Fiona gives a brief description of this source and its use […]
In this week’s Eneclann expert post Fiona explains the importance of Griffith’s Valuation as a gateway to further research.
In this week’s expert guest post Fiona addresses two of the most popular questions asked by those starting out on their Irish family history research: “What is the Registry of Deeds? and Who is recorded in the documents held there?”
This week in part 2 of a 2 part post Fiona explains some more of the myriad of names associated with Irish administrative districts such as: poor law unions, dispensary districts and registrars districts.
In this, the first part of a two part post, Fiona explains some of the myriad of names associated with Irish administrative districts, essential for getting a grasp of Irish family history records.
This week Eneclann’s Research Director, Fiona Fitzsimons, explains why, when researching your family history, you have to allow that in times past social practices were very different.
Eneclann’s Fiona Fitzsimons explains which records from the Representative Church Body Library are of greatest use to those involved in genealogical research
Essential background information on the Representative Church Body Library and its potential use in your Irish family history research.
In the first of 2012’s Eneclann expert guest posts, Fiona Fitzsimons explains Irish Marriage Licence Bonds. ‘ By the 17th century marriage was fairly well defined, but there were still many ways of entering into it. For persons of property it involved a series of distinct steps. ‘ The first was a written legal contract […]
In the first of December’s Eneclann expert guest posts, Fiona Fitzsimons gives you a guide to what you need to know about Irish burial records and gravestones before you start research