About me

Aleksandra Kacprzak

If there is anything to be found in the archives, I will find it. My native language is Polish and I can speak English, I read Cyrillic, Latin and German documents.
My lively attitude, zeal for investigation, and friendly demeanor make me very effective in finding the elusive members of families.
I can organize and conduct personal tours to hometowns, archives, and historical places in Poland, according to your demands.
I am also very good at organizing family reunions.
In the world capital of genealogy, Salt Lake City, I have completed the Eastern European research course. I graduated of the Copernicus University in Toruń where I studied archival science. I am genealogical lecturer in United States and in Poland.
I am coauthor of a book about tourist attraction in my own city – “Granaries in Grudziądz”.
I am a founding member and member of the board of the Association of Polish Professional Genealogists APPG  and founding member of Polish Genealogical Society PTG.


Brian Walsh

His adventure with genealogy started back in the 90’s, when he decided to create his family’s genealogical tree. It soon became the passion of his life and he established a professional research company in the USA. Bryan was my first client. I performed an archival search for him and I managed to find his living relatives. In 2005, I organized a trip to Poland for him and his brothers, Neal Donald Walsh a famous writer and Allan Walsh. Brian wished to see the country of his ancestors and get to know his distant cousins. This journey changed his life completely. He desired everyone to have the opportunity to experience such wonderful moments and devoted his whole life to genealogy.

Brian died on Feb.14.2008
His beautiful spirit and enduring memory will forever remain in our hearts.