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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, Jul 16 2019 02:51PM

The next census is due to take place in Ireland on 18 April 2021 and it's going to be an interesting one.

As the Independent have pointed out, "Eight new questions will appear on the form in total. These will be on topics such as renewable energy sources, smoking, internet access and devices, smoke alarms, working from home, volunteering, childcare and travelling home from work, school or college."

However, what arguably will be most interesting for future generations is the "Time Capsule" box in which those who complete the form can "write a voluntary and confidential message of their choice, which will be securely stored for 100 years."

You can read more about the 2021 census at: https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/revealed-the-eight-new-questions-added-to-census-2021-and-the-new-time-capsule-feature-38299361.html.

By artemani, Jan 4 2019 10:56AM

Happy New Year from all at Artema! As it's a time of year when resolutions are made, why not make 2019 the year when you discover who you are? We offer competitive family history packages to suit any budget. Get in touch today to find out more.

By artemani, Nov 12 2018 02:15PM

Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year. Why not make it even more wonderful with the gift of a family history? We can research, print and bind your family history in time for Christmas, and we also have gift vouchers available starting from £30. Email us today to find out more at artema.jennifer@gmail.com, or feel free to message our Facebook page.

By artemani, Sep 24 2018 02:27PM

There are some exciting times ahead with news released earlier this month stating that surviving Church of Ireland records are to be digitised! They will eventually be available via the www.irishgenealogy.ie website.


By artemani, May 15 2018 03:37PM

If you have a general interest in the Great Irish Famine or had ancestors who lived in Ireland during that

time, do make sure to check out the Great Irish Famine Map Online at http://www.irishfamine.ie/irish-famine-map which maps the famine at a parish level and has just recently been launched.

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