LIVING FAMILYOleksandr Denysenko, Head
3 Piskova Street, Suite 6,
LVIV, Ukraine 79026
LET US HELP YOU!Lost a family member in a village that may no longer exist?
WE CAN HELP!
A family member has been affected by
a totalitarian policy of forced resettlement? Genocide?
Not sure that a member of your family survived conflicts?
Want to visit your father's village in your homeland?
Specialising in Historical Family Research and Genealogy
SERVICES OFFEREDZHYVA SIMJA SPECIALISES IN GENEALOGICAL/FAMILY SEARCHES WHICH INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
SERVICE IS OUR MOTO...
In 2001, the Dobrzansky family of the United States requested genealogical information about their maternal-line.
I visited the village where the family once resided,
contacted the local archives and found vital statistics of the family
in the archives of Kamenetz Podilsky going back to 1607.
Included was an application for nobility!
Sevearal hundred additional documents,
dating from the 1600's to the 1900s, were also found.
Photocopies were explained, translated, and sent to the client.
The Dobrzansky family was thrilled with the results.
In 2002, Frederic Blum of Philadelphia requested
a maternal-line family search of his family members
who once lived in Radekhiv (Radziechow).
Here, we found several people who knew about the family.
We also located a local woman who had
saved a family member from exterminatin and
was recognized with the title of
"Righteous Among the Nations" by Yad Vashem.
"We had a great time with you on our trip. Your language skills and encyclopedic knowledge made for a memorable experience. I still cannot believe that we found my relatives so easily. Your driver, Vitaly, was great and got us to Budapest in good time and order. The sadness of the situation in the United States [the 9/11 attack on the WTC - I.P.] may have dampened our good spirits but did not detract from the satisfaction that we all received from our Hungarian/Ukrainian adventure."
- Don Kykytiuk, Haverford, USA.
All of us are incredibly grateful to you for making our trip last August an extraordinary experience. We learned more from you than we could ever have imagined; your encyclopedic knowledge of culture, history, Jewish history, art and architecture added immeasurably to our voyage. When we had planned the trip, we assumed that we would be exhausted and that our three days in Paris would be for rest and relaxation. As it turned out, Paris was much harder - we had gotten used to being in your good hands, not worrying about where to eat or logistics. In Paris, the six of us had to negotiate, make decisions about what to do, where to go, when to meet, etc.. Much more exhausting than our time with you!
- Hersh Parnes, Seattle, WA, USA.
COST OF SERVICES
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