The 30th Edition of the Carnival of Central and Eastern European Genealogy
Welcome to the 30th edition of the Carnival of Central and Eastern European Genealogy! This edition features articles written with the theme of “Arrival New Lands”. There are six articles in this edition. Enjoy!
The first article was written by Dorene of the Graveyard Rabbit of Sandusky Bay. In the article titled Joseph Orshoski left Hungary in 1901, Dorene writes about the immigration of her great grandfather, Joseph Orshoski.
The second article was written by Leah of The Internet Genealogist. In the article titled Arrival in New Lands: My German, Danish and Swiss Ancestors, Leah writes about the immigration of her ancestors to America.
The third article was written by J.M. of Tracing My Roots. In the article titled Immigration Speculation, J.M. writes about her grandfather, Adolf Knura, and his move from Germany to the Netherlands.
The fourth article was written by Antra of Discovering Latvian Roots. In the article titled Early Days in Canada, Antra writes about the immigration of her grandparents from Latvia to Canada.
The fifth article was written by Susan of Nolichucky Roots. In the article titled Commuting to America, Susan writes about the immigration of her Perekstas ancestors from Slovakia to America.
The sixth article was written by Al Wierzba of Al’s Polish-American Genealogy Research. In the article titled, Arrival in New Lands – Jach’s in Portage County Wisconsin, Al writes about his Jach ancestors immigrating from Prussia to Wisconsin.
I would like to thank all the article contributors. Once again, the edition captured a wide spectrum of Central and Eastern European ancestry. Thanks again!
The July edition of the Carnival of Central and Eastern European Genealogy will be hosted by J.M. of Tracing My Roots. The topic will be about the occupations of our ancestors. The due date for submissions is the 16th, and the edition will be posted on the 19th.