These are services I have come across in my research. I have not used any of them and therefore cannot verify their quality or vouch for them. This list is not an endorsement of any service.

* * * * *

  • NEW* Ancestral Attic (added to RESEARCH SERVICES)
    A full service on-site research service. Services include translation (Polish, Russian, German and Latin to English); document searches in the U.S, Poland, and former regions of Poland that are now part of Ukraine, Romania, Lithuania and Belarus. Ancestral Attic also conducts private ancestral tours.
  • BeActive Tours
    Genealogical tours thoughout the country and research/letter-writing services as well as photographs.
  • Discover Your Roots Society Poznan Travel service specializing in genealogical trips to Poland, especially the Poznan region. Professional tour guidance and genealogical assistance.
  • Genealogy in Poland – Watta Research Service A Poland based service for German, Jewish and Polish genealogy with access to not microfilmed records. Also offers Gen Graphics, translations and family related places digital documentation.
  • Lost Histories – Jewish Polish Family Research Directed by Krystyna DUSZNIAK, based in Melbourne, Lost Histories specialises in Polish-Jewish research from Poland and around the world: family trees and pre-war history, Polish passport and citizenship applications, interviews for the purpose of documenting the experiences of loved ones.
  • NEW* Lost Registers – Organized by parish, the listing covers the villages in the Carpathian region, eastern Slovakia. According to the site, they are not found in the International Genealogical Index (IGI) (LDS). The owner of the site also offers research services.
  • PolishExpress, Inc. Family History Research Service in Polish Archives Devoted to finding, copying, and translating family history documents from Polish archives.
  • Polish Genealogy ~ Warszawa Professional genealogical research in the Polish Archives.
  • NEW* Routes to Roots
    Tracing Jewish Roots in Poland, Ukraine, Moldova and Belarus. 

    Research is available for the following types of documents:
    birth, marriage, death and divorce records, family lists and lists of inhabitants, draft registrations and tax lists, property records and notary records, Jewish community (Kahal) records, immigration lists, school records and business directories.