Helen did her BSc in Human Communication, then working for the journalist and author, Bruce Arnold, before joining Eneclann. She was research assistant on Bruce Arnold’s biography of Jack Yeats, and on various publications about the life and work of Jonathan Swift. Helen is Senior Researcher for the company. She spends most of her time doing research in the archives in Dublin, including the National Archives of Ireland, the National Library of Ireland, General Register Office and the Registry of Deeds.
Helen is particularly interested in 18th century Irish history and the history of the Quakers in Ireland.
Helen Moss and Clive Allen, The Allens Family and Friends: ten generations of Quaker ancestry (2007).