Did you know that Martha Stewart or Meg Ryan have polish roots? More than 10 million Americans have polish ancestors and if you are one of them we can help you to organize your family tour.
My name is Daria and I am crazy about searching in local archives, newspapers and address books. Every year I’m guiding personally more than ten genealogy tours. How to start searching your roots in Poland?
Step1. Find as many photos, souvenirs and documents as possible and try to make your family tree. It would be good if you will search for some information by Mormons. They are providing many scans of records from 19th century.
Step 2. Contact me and send all founded information. I will start my research in local archives and library. Most of those documents are in polish, so that’s make it very difficult for you.
I am specialist in genealogy tours in Poland mostly for:
Bydgoszcz – Bromberg genealogy
Torun – Thorn
Chelmno – Kulm
Szubin – Zuben
Kamień Krajeński – Kamin
And other villages and towns around Bydgoszcz – Kujawsko – Pomorskie Province
One of the most important things is religion. This information would help me to search in local parish churches or communes.
Step 3. Let’s organize your customize tour. I will make your stay as comfortable as possible. I have 15 years experience working with foreign individual tourists. I will offer you:
- accommodation in standard you need
- airport transfers
- suggestion about car rental company
- Your personalize genealogy tour than can be 2 – 5 days long (or even longer)
I can be your guide during your whole stay in Poland or just make the part of you tour.
Below you will find some recommendations from my previous tourists:
Hi! You truly made our trip a life long dream come true. You sharing of the history of our ancestral homeland was beyond our expectations!! Thank you so much.
Ken and Jo
It was a pleasure to meet you, and I am particularly grateful to you for putting us in touch with Justyna. She was very generous with her time and her knowledge, and we spent an excellent day with her in Kcynia. Later on, we visited the Museum of Soap and Dirt, which I gather is your brain-child, and found it a lot of fun.
We enjoyed meeting you as part of our attempt to trace my great-grandfather!
Best wishes, Nick and Penny Coni (back in Cambridge)