The 31st edition of the Carnival of Genealogy is posted at Craig's blog, GeneaBlogie. The topic for this edition is proving or debunking family myths or legends. There were a slew of participants this time and lots of great family stories. I haven't had a chance to read them all yet but I'll be doing so later today. Head on over and indulge yourself in some great reading. Some of these articles may give you valuable tips on your own genealogy research.
The theme for the next Carnival of Genealogy ties in with a noteworthy documentary coming September 23 to PBS -- "The War," by Ken Burns. "The War" tells the story of World War II through the lives of ordinary men and women from four American cities. For the mid-September Carnival, tell any story about a wartime event or soldier in your family (no need to limit it to World War II or America). The deadline is September 15. The Carnival will be hosted by Susan Kitchens at Family Oral History Using Digital Tools. Submit your blog article to the next edition of carnival of genealogy using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
Thanks to Craig for hosting this edition of the COG. Great job Craig!