One the last day of the genealogy tour, we visit the Gąsewo cemetery. There has been cemetery chapel here …Continue reading
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The Polish Brick Wall That Won’t Crumble. Part 3: What’s in your cellar? March 19, 2019.
We started the day off in Kołaki, hoping to find a Budny family residing there. Unfortunately, a local informs …Continue reading
The Polish Brick Wall That Won’t Crumble. Part 2: Mamino, Poland – First day of tour, March 18, 2019
Daniel is already waiting for me in the hotel lobby in Warsaw. He arrived the night before, coming …Continue reading
The Polish Brick Wall That Won’t Crumble. Part 1: Preamble to my Polish Genealogy Tour
My greatest aspiration for over 35 years is trying to identify the birth parents of my great-grandfather Adam Budny. …Continue reading
Little miracles and fortuitous coincidences in Brzózki, 2018.
Blog by Sharon Schoen. I cannot recommend Polish Origins highly enough. In June 2018, I spent a week touring …Continue reading
My family’s Polish wedding: vodka shots and midnight cake cutting
This is the continuation of the previous visits of Abraham in Poland in 2014 and 2015. You can read …Continue reading
Poland on a whim. Genealogy Tour with Denise in 2016.
Three years ago on a whim, I booked myself a ticket to Poland. I then booked a tour with PolishOrigins. …Continue reading
Search for Pajek Family and 4600 miles trip to Poland. Part 9. Sadly time to leave Poland after magnificent tour.
This was the day to head back to Warsaw. We were picked up by Zenon at 9 am for our …Continue reading
Looking for Great-Grandpa Ludwik. Part 2. We return with mom to discover even more!
This is continuation of the first visit of Abraham in Poland in 2014. You can read it here: http://blog.polishorigins.com/looking-for-great-grandpa-ludwik/. In …Continue reading
A Very Rigid Search
(This blog post was originally published on the authors blog “no land foreign” http://www.nolandforeign.com/a-very-rigid-search/ . One of our guides (Zenon) was …Continue reading