OdrowazP 4 | 11 11 Jan 2021 #1So I was building up my genealogy, bit by bit, and recently looked into my paternal Grandpa's mother's family. Thank heaven for newspapers, LOL! I was able to find her six siblings, mother, and short mention of her father Joseph. Find a grave helped me further to find her mother's grave with her father's name as well:DROGI MAŻ I OJCIECJOZEF F.Here is my new conundrum. My great-great grandmother's name is Mary Zabawa Czermak, naturally her husband's name is Josef F. Czermak. Using familysearch.com next, I found immigration record of Jozef, but with a second person's name: "Jan Zabawa",described as "uncle" (seems from jis mother's side) The Jozef I'm looking at was 15 at the time, by the way.So would my great-great-grandmother have received Zabawa as a middle or last name in addition to Czermak by marrying my great-great-grandfather? Or is this a matter of coincidence that her middle name is the same as Jan's last name, regardless whether related, marriage or otherwise?