While most of us consider ourselves Americans, it's common for families to remember the heritage of their immigrant grandparents or great-grandparents.
And locally, there are plenty of folks whose ancestors hailed from Europe. This week, the Genealogy of Northwest Ohio blog talks about people of Hungarian ancestry.
"An important immigrant group to Toledo and Northwest Ohio were the people that came from the area in Central Europe known as the Magyars. This area stretched from Poland to the North to Belgrade in the southern region. The area would also encompass the large known as Transylvania. (No Dracula jokes) With the redrawing of borders after the first World War much of would have been considered Hungary would have changed," according to the blog.
Read more HERE.