The Irish Genealogist for 2020 has been published this week. It goes out to all members of the Irish Genealogical Research Society. I’m delighted to see my own article in it. My One-Name Study of the Ure families of Ireland represents more than a decade of research into this surname, which is more commonly found in Scotland. It stemmed from the discovery of my ancestor, Mary Anne Ure, about whom nothing was remembered by the present family. It’s a study which encompassed traditional genealogical research and DNA testing. The genetic angle provided a crucial link between two families which was not possible to find in records. I’m really proud of this work & hope people enjoy reading about it. If you are interested to read it, please let me know and I can send a scan.