Barbara Domagała
Founder, Owner
speaks: English, German, Polish

Barbara Domagała is a founder of Genealogia Polonica and a member of Polish Genealogical Society. She is interested in Polish social history, especially in peasants’ life in 19th and beginning of 20th century. Barbara works actively for Polish genealogy and takes part in numerous projects concerning its popularization. Ancestors research and family history reconstruction is her passion for over 10 years. One of her flag projects is about the Sas family from Jeruzal – a monumental history of the most common surname in Jeruzal (łódzkie) parish and a tree of all people of this surname living in this parish anytime in the past.

 

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Radosław „Radek” Michalak
Expert Genealogy Planner&Researcher
speaks: English, Polish

Radosław Michalak is a historian with archival specialization. Graduated on Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. He was the manager of the Students Scientific Archivists Organization in Toruń, Poland. Specializes in the history of the twentieth century. Furthermore, he professionally deals with translations from English. He has a variety of professional experiences, that are also in the areas of science, which support his research workshop. He has been working for Genealogia Polonica since 2016 and has completed many successful researches that made him one of our Clients’ most appreciated genealogists.

Radek leads mostly the searches in central and northern Poland, Lithuania and post-prussian areas. He can read Polish, German and Latin records.

Eliza Karpińska
Expert Genealogy Planner&Researcher
speaks: English, Polish

Eliza graduated law studies in Rzeszów. She grew up in a small town in Podkarpacie region of Poland, from where many people emigrated and left Poland heading mostly to USA. This was the beginning of her passion for genealogy. She is interested in history and astronomy. She loves to read books, walk in Polish mountains and visit old castles. Since she remember, she was interested in family history, but for 10 years now she is building her complicated family tree. Her researches include Lithuania, Ukraine and Poland. Her main area of expertise is Galicia. She reads documents in Polish, Russian and Latin. Many times she succeeded in prooving DNA relationship with paperwork.
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Martyna Urbańczyk
Genealogy Planner&Researcher
speaks: English, Polish

Martyna Urbańczyk is a cultural studies graduate based in Łódź, the city of four cultures, built by people from four nations – Germans, Russians, Poles and Jews. She has experience working for international clients in large companies as well as in small NGOs. Her good information searching skills and intuition helped her trace ancestors up to the 18th century and obtain many historical documents about her family. Her fascination with genealogical research started several years ago when she came across some old documents left by her grandmother. Since then she has one rule: „Leave no stone unturned”. In her free time, she likes watching documentaries, American tv series, and playing games. She is based in Łódź and her area of expertise is central Poland – both Russian and Prussian partition.
 
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Anna Kaiser
Genealogy Planner&Researcher
speaks: English, Italian, Polish

Anna studied at the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies in London, and she earned her PhD in history from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. As a teenager Anna was quite upset that her uncles had already written the history of her family. But she was once asked to do the genealogical research for a friend, and from that moment on she succeeded in finding the forgotten Polish roots of many people from all over the world. For Anna the feeling she can make someone happy by adding more information about the ancestors, is the best part of her work. Besides being a genealogist and archivist, Anna is a licensed city guide and tour manager. From a personal angle she loves mushrooming, detective stories, ancient philosophy and her dog. She performs researches mainly in Krakow area, Lesser Poland and Galicia.

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Our team is supported by experienced genealogists and researchers from different regions of Poland. Thanks to that, we can provide direct and fast researches in most of Polish state and church archives, as well as in parishes.