Digitization of the Irish historic records has been slow, and most Irish records are not available online at the moment. Some research can only be carried out in Ireland.
This is where you might want to commission an Irish researcher, to access records that are not available outside of Ireland, or to help you to "bust a problem or obstacle" that you may have come up against in your Irish research.
Eneclann is well-positioned to assist you in your research. We are a successful Trinity College campus company based in Dublin, Ireland, and have a team of research professionals with a wealth of experience across a wide range of historic records.
Because we are a team, we can accept commissions immediately, and can complete all research quickly. We were the anchor-researchers for Irish research on the hit BBC TV series "Who Do You Think You Are?" for series in the U.K., Ireland, Australia and Canada.
Prior to the 2008 U.S. Presidential election, we traced President (at that time Senator) Barack Obama's family back to Ireland in the late 1600s.
These high-profile cases get a lot of publicity, but our main business is not media, but to work with private individuals to trace their Irish roots. We recognize that genealogy is first and foremost about family, and our main aim is to work with you, to document your family origins in Ireland.
To arrange an initial assessment, please complete our form online at www.eneclann.ie/research and Elizabeth or Fiona will put together a research plan for you. An assessment costs €38 (approx. U.S. $48) and can be paid for online. If your research requirements are broader, you can also contact us by email from the Web site.
For further information, please see our Web site: www.eneclann.ie