Leading experts in Polish genealogy & heritage tours for over 15 years
If you are aware of your Polish heritage and have any additional information about those who came from Poland, and are interested in any of the following:
Creating your family tree from zero;
Expanding your family tree or adding exact dates and details to it;
Finding an exact place of origin of your ancestors;
Learning about their occupation, social status, nobility, etc;
Genealogy translations of letters your family used to receive from relatives in Poland, or any documents related to your family history, written in Polish, German, Latin or Russian;
Confirming your Polish heritage in order to apply for Polish passport or citizenship;
How it works
Fill in the form below (not all the fields are required).
Our specialist will analyze your information, check our databases, and confirm the availability of records.
Within 3 working days our researcher will get back to you, suggest further steps and help you choose one of our packages, or ask you additional, necessary questions.
You chose the package adjusted to your goals and budget.
We formalize the deal by receiving 50% deposit (balance to be paid after you receive the final report)
Our dedicated researcher discusses the results with you, answer your question, and suggest further steps if needed.
Tell us more about your ancestors
If you are beginning your adventure with genealogy and would like to confirm if your family is Polish, learn the proper spelling of the surname, what religon they were, or where exactly they came from.
Go beyond the family tree – find living relatives, learn the exact location of your ancestors’ origin, discover graves of your forefathers. It is also a great preparation or even an alternative to a personal visit to Poland.
Sometimes old photos found in grandma’s house bring a desire to find contact with a long lost family. We had only a few photos, a piece of a letter from 1950 ties, and two full names. No idea about the name of a town or village. Does it seem like a hard task? not for us.
Even if you think that you have some detailed, factual information about your ancestors you may have to come across one or two surprises once you start the research. And you will probably find a ton of new information and learn not only about facts such as dates of birth but also happy and tragic stories of your relatives. You might learn that they fought in a war or had many siblings to play with.
Our clients are sometimes interested in finding the houses their ancestors lived in as well as their burial places. It seems to be an easy task, especially if they have documents with the addresses of the people in question. But not everything is as easy as it seems and even if you have a detailed address you might hit a wall or find yourself lost in a park.