The eighth edition of the Carnival of Central and Eastern European Genealogy is now here! The topic for this edition was similar to the last edition except that this edition is in honor of Father's Day. This edition is a little bit larger than the last, and after some technical difficulties, here are the submissions:
First off, we have an article from Elizabeth O'Neal of Little Bytes of Life. In John Andrew Pado: Loving Life and Family, she writes about her husband's ancestor, who came from what used to be Czechoslovakia, and memories of him from her husband's family.
Next, we have four articles from Steve Danko of Steve's Genealogy Blog. In The Declaration of Intent of Damian Niedzialkowski -1, he writes about a possible relation to his Niedzialkowski ancestors, and the vital records information he obtained about him and his family from the Declaration of Intent. In The Certificate of Arrival for Damian Niedzialkowski -1935 , he writes about the information he obtained from Damian's certificate of arrival. In The Petition for Naturalization of Damian Niedzialkowski -1938, he writes about the information he learned from Damian's petition for naturalization. In New Discoveries About Damian Niedzialkowski/Damian Cosky, he writes about the discovery that Damian's name change, and about further plans for research.
Last, but not least, we have an article from Jessica Oswalt of Jessica's Genejournal. In A German From Russia: Anton's Story, she writes about her ancestor who came from Russia, and about family memories that family members have of him.
Well, that concludes this edition of the Carnival of Central and Eastern European Genealogy. The topic for the next edition is on research experiences and techniques. What experiences have you had researching for your ancestors, and do you have any techniques or tips for doing research on ancestors from this area? Submissions are due on July 17th, and the next edition will be posted on July 18th. You can submit your articles here.
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