About me

– Do you need help finding your roots?
-Do you need help translating record documents?
-Discovering the names and surnames  of your ancestors?
-Do you want to find out in what region they lived?
-Do you what to know  what kind of outfits they wore/ what kind of traditions they followed?

About my experience:
I have been passionate about genealogy for over ten years.

Over the years , I have been learning how to find ancestors, how to recreate a family tree. At the time, I indexed  about 60 000 birth, marriages and deaths certificates written in Polish, Russian and Latin.

About 1500 translation (birth, marriages and deaths certificates) from Russian and  Polish and into English.

I managed to discover not only my own roots, but also the roots of many people from Poland and from around the world. 

Subcarpathian  – village Kopki

Subcarpathian – village Kopki

Subcarpathian - village KopkiIn Kopki, I am searching for traces of the ancestors of Mierzów and Pasiak as well as Szyja and Szeliga -for now, I am trying to gather all available information, which may allow me to arrange next parts of the"puzzle" with time. photo...

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Emigration to America permits, letters

Emigration to America permits, letters

Emigration to America permits, letters How to find information about Polish emigration from the beginning of the 20th century? One of the sources where we can find exit related content are newspapers published at that time. Thanks to the resources of digital...

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Krzczonowski/Lubelski Folk Costume

Krzczonowski folk costume (“worn by the country people from the neighbourhood of the villages Krzczonów and Piotrków, situated south of Lublin”) based on the description of Janusz Świeży, the author of the book Atlas of Polish Folk Costumes (Atlas Polskich Strojów...

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The story of Lislaughtin, Ireland

 Dedicated to Jenny My  genealogical experience, first in 2019 Ireland 1 January 2019"The story of Lisaughtin. The part of North Kerry is historical O'Conner country. Here is this inlet of the Shannon estuary are two impressive monuments to their princely power. One...

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Zamość, villages XIX

What was the life like in an old village? I often ask questions like this. A good source of knowledge are note from over 100 years before, which were available in former publications. I invite you to imagine this world and to travel back in time in a genealogical...

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Wedding in Szreniawa, 1912

“Travels educate” My trip to Poland has brought many interesting discoveries. During my visit to the Ethnographic Museum in Cracow, which I was delighted with, I came across a photo with a signature “Wedding in Szreniawa, 1912”. With the courtesy of the museum, I...

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Emigracja do Ameryki, przełom XIX/XX na podstawie spisów z Ellis Island

Opublikowany przez Genealogiczna podróż w przeszłość /Genealogical journey into the past Sobota, 16 stycznia 2021

My greatest pride

is finding ancestors for the Baranek family, whose members fought for independence of Poland. The Baranek family survived the Volynian Massacre, were deported to Siberia, fought in General Anders army, were pilots in the ranks of the RAF, survived wandering thought many countries like India, Iran, Pakistan, to finally settle in the US and Great Britain. One of the heroes of this family, gave  his life on the Italian soil. The roots of the Baranekfamily are near Miechów. Baranek family

Another success is finding the ancestors of the Kałwa family, currently living in the USA. and coming from the vicinity of Szreniawa. Among them, Maciej Kałwa,  the hero of January Uprising, 1863. Kałwa’s ancestors lived in the area of Szreniawa at the beginning of the 17th century. photo from Szreniawa

I was also very pleased with the search for the Pasiak family, currently living in the USA, whose roots I discovered in the former Galicia, the Łętownia and Nowa Sarzyna district.
Pasiak family

Another big discovery is the finding of the ancestors for the Kobylec family, one of it’s members, after the route traveled in the Brygada Strzelców Karpackiech / Carpatian Riffle Brigade, settled in Tasmania. Kobylec family  also have their roots in the area of Miechów.
The places from which I conducted my research, can be found on the map. research map

Interviews with me