Marta Lustgarten has served as the on-site, in Poland archival researcher for www.GermanGenealogist.com. These include Germans in addition to Poles.
For several of our cases, Marta has gone above & beyond to have helped us to crack cases for clients who have been trying for decades!
Marta found specific Tscheschen-Glashütte parish register entries that were misfiled & therefore, missing from, i.e. NOT on the available microfilm at the Family History Library of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City, Utah.
This crucial finding enabled us/her to continue the research & locate numerous additional ancestral family members of more than one surname: JANETZKI, KRAUSE, MATZUGA, et al.!
With her specific Poland geo-knowledge, Marta also deciphered a USA passenger listing that showed a town that was barely legible & ascertained a precise place of origin for the Spilizewski lineage in the Ukraine. We confirmed the finding by virtue of a known nearby town–Kowel! This got us away from digging at the wrong roots in Kowal, Poland.
She will now also be working a Czarne, Poland case for us. We tried the available Catholic records for one of the Czarnes. As usual, working with us, we are confident that Marta will help us narrow down to the correct one, probably in a Evangelical Lutheran parish.
Lynell & I are very grateful for her able assistance to us & our clients. We easily pay her via PayPal.” November 26, 2011
Top qualities: Great Results, Expert, Creative
YOU Karl-Michael SALA, German Genealogist since 1979!
hired MARTA as a Researcher on-site in Poland in 2011, and hired MARTA more than once