1698RE: [tarnobrzeg-gen] Traveling to tarnobrzeg
- Apr 23, 2011He did have an email address, but unfortunately, I no longer have it...try a
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The website for Tadeusz isn't working. Any other way to contact him?
On Mar 21, 2011, at 8:38 PM, Martin Kleiner wrote:
> I went a few years ago and it just so happens that there is a genealogist
that lives in Tarnobrzeg. He found old maps and was able to locate where my
grandfather lived. He translated for us and was very good. You may want to
check him out, especially if you need a little more than a translator and
want some research done.
> His name is Tadeusz Huber Pilat (800) 596-3230and his website is
> Tadeusz was born in Raciborz, Silesia, Poland (previously Ratibor,
Schlesien, in Germany). He currently resides in Tarnobrzeg, in eastern
Poland. He pursued Library studies at the University of Maria
Curie-Sklodowska in Lublin, Poland, focusing on the history of books and old
documents. He specialized in "Supralibros" in Private Collections of the
16th to 18th centuries. In 1999, he was granted the degree of Master of
Library and Information Science.
> In 2003, Tadeusz became an Accredited Genealogist specializing in Polish
research; this accreditation was awarded by the International Commission for
the Accreditation of Professional Genealogists (ICAPGen). Because of his
study of Information Science, Tadeusz is very interested in creating
electronic databases, and he is working on a Lemko Extraction Project. He
enjoys traveling to foreign countries such as Denmark, Germany, Ukraine,
Slovakia, England, Russia, Mongolia, and Lybia (North Africa) where he lived
for half a year. He conducts genealogical research both in European archives
and in records at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City during his
frequent visits to Utah. In addition to being fluent in Polish, German, and
English, he can read Latin and Russian Cyrillic. Tadeusz has given lectures
on genealogy in Warsaw, Opole, and Tarnobrzeg, Poland, as well as San
Antonio, Texas. He participated in the 150th Anniversary of Panna Maria,
Texas, which was settled by Silesian immigrants.
> Martin Kleiner
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: migardenia
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Monday, March 21, 2011 3:26 PM
> Subject: [tarnobrzeg-gen] Traveling to tarnobrzeg
> I am thinking about taking a trip this fall to visit my grandmother's
homestead in Tarnowska Wola. I would like suggestions on accommodations in,
or around Tarnobrzeg, places to eat, and possibly hiring an intrepreter for
a couple of days. I will need help with communicating with cousins who still
live there, and help with researching archives, if possible.
> Suggestions on costs and availability?
> Thanks all.
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