Date(s) - Monday, September 6, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Durham Region Branch & Uxbridge Genealogy Group present the second session of Special Joint meetings on Eastern European research with Eva Kujawa. On Tuesday, September 6th at 7 p.m. via Zoom, we invite you to join us. Everyone is welcome! Please note the earlier start time, since Eva is in England.
In Eva’s presentation, she will cover border changes as well as the religious divisions of Eastern Europe briefly, before going more in depth with regards to Civil Registration records, how to locate places within the various countries that make up Eastern Europe. She will cover how to locate Church Records as well as how to decipher and read the many Languages and Alphabets. Understanding migration Patterns and how they immigrated to other countries. How to identify clusters and how one would research clusters. Eva will also be covering various sources more in depth to aim for the results we need for our research. Newspapers, Land, Military and other records will also be covered.
Eva Kujawa was born in South Africa from German immigrant parents and has always been interested in her ancestors. She specializes in German, South African and Eastern European genealogy with 30 years of research and learning in genealogy. Currently, she is a member of Ontario Ancestors’ East European Special Interest Group and many other societies. Eva has given many presentations to great reviews.
You must pre-register at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYqcO6ppz4uHdEa6m0GX0XQYxLjWzPbyFM5
Bring a friend!