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, 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.
By artemani, Oct 20 2017 02:51PM
**Want an easy, simple Christmas present idea that can be ordered from the comfort of your armchair and sent to you directly? Why not purchase an Artema voucher for family history research, and give the gift of something unique and different this Christmas! Email email@example.com to find out more.**
P.S. we have some very special offers available running until the end of October :)
By artemani, Aug 21 2017 02:46PM
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! We also proof-read other publications throughout the year including work intended for publication either in print or online, reports and other documents, and work written by self-publishing writers.
By artemani, Jul 5 2017 04:16PM
Do make sure to check out the new online List of Church of Ireland Parish Registers. Full information about it can be found here: