1766Re: [tarnobrzeg-gen] Commerical Travel in and around Tarnobrzeg
- Nov 27, 2013It has been quite a while since my wife and I made the genealogy trip to Tarnobrzeg and we thoroughly enjoyed it. I hired a professional genealogist that lived in Tarnobrzeg and he was incredibly helpful. He worked both as a translator and a historian. Further, one of the museums was closing and he talked to the curator and had them keep it open just for us. His name was Tadeusz Pilat and can be found at the web site below.I don’t know if he still lives there. I forgot exactly what we paid but it was not that expensive. We sent him all the information that we had before we got there and he was able to do further research to show us many places we would have never even known to look for on our own.My family lived in two small towns around Tarnobrzeg and we went to all the places with him. We actually stayed at a Bed & Breakfast and we paid the owner to drive us to Tarnobrzeg. He was great too.Best of luck.Martin Kleiner
I'm beginning to plan my April 2014 trip to Poland and would like suggestions as to he best way to travel between towns in the Tarnobrzeg area. Is renting a car a good idea? Are public buses available?
I would like to view old church records. Should I write to churches before arriving in Poland or visit churches cold turkey and hope someone is there who is willing to help me? I appreciate all suggestions. Thanks, Fred
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