Barbara Domagała
CEO, Founder
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.

Thanks to months of researches, Barbara has gained a strong experience and – what’s really important – great intuition in ancestors’ searching. She can easily read even illegible or poorly-saved documents in following languages: Polish, Russian, German and Latin. Additionally she has experience in cooperation with national archives, registries, institutes, museums and parishes, which makes her the top Polish genealogist.

Radosław „Radek” Michalak
Genealogist
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.

Adrian Jarosz
Genealogist
speaks: English, Polish

Adrian Jarosz is an educated physicist and a teacher and of course a genealogist. He is interested in Polish and Slovak history and etymology of surnames mainly from South Poland and North Slovakia.
Adrian started his adventure with genealogy as a teenager. Collecting a family memories, interviews with older family members, visiting local parish archives was his hobby for years. Nowadays he lives in Cracow and does not forget about his small homeland – the area of Nowy Targ, just by the Tatra Mountains. During his genealogist career he visited many national and church archives researching documents in Polish, Slovak, Hungarian, German, Russian and Latin language. Thanks to his work a lot of distant cousins were connected together.

 

 

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.