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The latest news from Artema and the Genealogical industry

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Here we will provide you with all the latest news from Artema, as well as information about what is happening within the genealogical and writing industries in Ireland and beyond. We'll also include some tasters of family histories and book reviews.

By artemani, Jun 8 2017 03:15PM

Below is a link to a very interesting read on the BBC website by Bethan Bell on the concept of tombstone "tourism":


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-39480595

By artemani, May 4 2017 12:32PM

It's that wonderful time of the year again when dissertations and theses are being submitted for colleges and universities. Don't forget that we offer a proof-reading service for dissertations/theses and we specialise in proof-reading for students for whom English is not a first language, and also for students with learning difficulties such as dyslexia. Make sure to book in with us asap as spaces fill up fast!

By artemani, Mar 14 2017 05:51PM

Very interesting article in the Irish Independent on Sandham Symes and one of the houses which he designed. Our book on Sandham (A Transatlantic Journey: Sandham Symes in America and Canada, co-authored by J Martin and R Gifford) also gets a mention.


http://www.independent.ie/life/home-garden/homes/peek-inside-this-17m-balbriggan-country-house-designed-by-an-adventurer-35476960.html

By artemani, Feb 6 2017 05:20PM

Make sure to check out this upcoming conference, Return to the Causeway, organised by Causeway Coast and Glens Family History Society. Taking place over 5 days in September, it offers a wide range of talks, outings, and more:


http://colerainefhs.org.uk/?page_id=188712

By artemani, Jan 5 2017 04:40PM

Happy New Year! Here we are in 2017, well-rested, and busier than ever.


I love "quirky" genealogical records, which add interesting colour to ancestral research. One of the record sets which I love looking at is the Ireland Dog Licence Registers, available on Find My Past, which can reveal the type of dog your ancestors might have owned. You can access this data set via the following link: http://www.findmypast.co.uk/articles/world-records/full-list-of-the-irish-family-history-records/institutions-and-organisations/ireland-dog-licence-registers.

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