Professional Researchers, Volunteers & Other Research Services
(Professionelle Forscher, Freiwilliger U. Andere Forschungs Dienstleistungen)
and family research Uckermark-Niederlausitz. Ancestor and
family research in the areas of Uckermark-Niederlausitz -
Brandenburg - Berlin - Pommern - Posen - Prussia, including
heritage research - biographical information - translations.
"Discovering Roots" can help you visit Poland, find your
ancestral towns, research your roots and imagine how your
ancestors lived here in the old days that are gone, although the
traces are still easy to find!
- Iwona Dakiniewicz,
firstname.lastname@example.org Polish researcher recommended by Ray
by the Polish Genealogical Society of America.
- Kacprzak, Aleksandra,
Polish guide recommended at Salt Lake Institute.
- Katarzyna Grycza,
Polish guide for Pomeranian genealogical research. Works out of
- Historical Research Services
- Jens. Müller-Koppe. Professional Genealogical Research in
- Marek Karczewski, Zawila St. No. 47, 71-499, Szczecin,
email@example.com. Polish guide for Pomeranian
genealogical research. The e-mail address is that of his wife.
Please note in subject line that the message is for Marek.
Another e-mail address is
- Axel Lubinski (Danziger Strasse 31, D-18107 Rostock,
Germany), a university researcher, has compiled information on
17,000 emigrants from Mecklenburg-Strelitz for the period
- Dr. Rainer Mühle (Janstrasse 9, D-18057 Rostock, Germany), a
university researcher, has compiled information on 35,000
emigrants from the Uckermark, Prignitz, and Ruppin areas of the
province of Brandenburg, and from the Kreise of Randow and
Lauenburg in Pomerania, for the period 1815 to 1914.
Is the largest and most up-to-date researcher database for
family researchers in Pommern. The purpose is to bring together
all Pomeranian family researchers and other interested parties
to encourage contacts and information. It is searchable by
surname and lists towns and time periods being researched, as
well as the email addresses of the genealogists. (In English and
- Projekt Heimatreisen.
Eight German and eight Polish students attending Europa
University Viadrina in Frankfurt/Oder founded this travel agency
in 2002. They research family histories and organize trips for
ethnic Germans, and their descendents, who were expelled from
Poland at the end of World War II and beyond. Contact: Projekt
Heimatreisen, Jacqueline Nießer, Große Scharrnstreaße 59, 15230
Frankfurt Oder; Tel.: +49-(335)-2801662;
- Tadeusz Hubert Pilat, Ul. Matejki 1/15, 39-400 Tarnobrzeg,
Poland. Te.: 4815 822 71 33, E-mail:
Polish researcher for old Pomeranian records - reads old Polish
handwriting, Russian Cyrillic scrip, and German Gothic
- Uwe Reich, a university researcher, (Siemensstrasse 12,
D-14482 Potsdam, Germany), has compiled information on 12,000
emigrants from the Kreise of Arnswalde and Cottbus (primarily
overseas migration); and Friedeberg, Landsberg, and Soldin
(primarily Continental migration), in the province of
Brandenburg, for the period 1816 to 1893.
- Martin Sohn, lives in Burow, Kreis Demmin. (E-mail:
knowledgeable in Pommern history and is familiar with research
at the various archives in Greifswald, Stettin, etc. He travels
to Poland for research and will send research results via
e-mail. His rates are reasonable and he knows most of the parish
pastors in Vorpommern. (Recommended by Warren Wolf -
firstname.lastname@example.org and Jeff
Koepke - email@example.com).
Helplist - Germany Volunteers who will do genealogical
searching. (In English)
- Historic Emigration
Office The Historic Emigration Office has the passenger
lists of all emigration ships which departed from Hamburg
between 1850 and 1934. These lists include about 5 million names
on over 400 microfilms. If they are going to help with your
research, they need the EXACT year of emigration of your
ancestors. If you know for certain your ancestors departed from
the port of Bremen/Bremerhaven, there is nothing they can do to
help. The passenger lists from Bremen were destroyed in World
War II. Will search the Hamburg Passenger Departure Lists for a
fee. (In Egnlish and German)
- Random Acts of Genealogical
Kindness. The 4293 volunteers of this movement have agreed
at least once per month to do a research task in their local
area as an act of kindness. The cost to you would be reimbursing
the volunteer for his expenses in fulfilling your request (video
tape, copy fees, etc.). This is not a FREE service.
- Research Help
edited by Carol Gohsman Bowen. How to get started on German
genealogical research and suggestions on some researchers.
Übersetzungsdienst / Translation Service - nur für
genealogische Texte / only for genealogy related material. Free
translation service for Czech, English, Dutch, French, German
and Polish genealogical materials from genealogy.net.
- Walsch, Bryan. Guide in USA for Polish records.