The seventh edition of the Carnival of Central and Eastern European Genealogy is now here! The topic for this edition was in honor of Mother's Day, and submitted articles were to be on a female ancestor from the region of Central or Eastern Europe. Only a few articles were submitted, so this is a short edition:
First off, we have an article from Elizabeth of Little Bytes of Life. In Anna Susan Bires: From "Cinderella" to a Happy Ending, she writes about one of her Czech female ancestors whose life was similar to the story, Cinderella.
Next, we have an article from Steve of Steve's Genealogy Blog. In A Sixteen-Year-Old Immigrant, he writes about his ancestor who left the Russian Empire at sixteen years old to live in America.
Last, but not least, we have an article from Jessica of Jessica's Genejournal. In a German From Russia: Caroline's Story, she shares what little information she has on her ancestor.
Well, that wraps up this edition of the Carnival of Central and Eastern European Genealogy. In honor of Father's Day, the topic for the next edition will be on a male ancestor from the region of Central or Eastern Europe. The Deadline for the next edition will be June 12. The eighth edition will be posted on June 13. You can submit your article here.