Two Become One

I merged the two trees together, so there is now only one tree on the website. It’s much easier to search and browse now.

I logged back into Ancestry and found some new things that they have implemented. I’m really impressed with their “Personal Tree” option. What you do, like a lot of other sites, it upload your GEDCOM to it. It’s puts it into tree form, which you can share or not. But, the nice part is that it automatically searches the Ancestry site for matches. This makes it much easier that requiring you to type in the search info every time you want to find something. It now automatically takes into account birth, death, marriage, spouse, etc for you. It’s very nice. If you have an Ancestry subscription, give it a try, though I’m not even sure you need a subscription to use it.

About Brian Zalewski

I started genealogy research about mid-1999. My grandfather had passed away in April of that year. Since then I’ve done a lot of research not only for myself, but for friends and other relatives. In 2006, I married the love of my life, Darcy, and welcomed the birth of our daughter, Aerissa Jean, in 2010 and our son, Xander Lee, in 2012. I can’t wait to tell them stories about all of their ancestors.

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Wisconsin Pioneer

I received my mail from the Wisconsin Historical Society today and it included some nice information. I ordered the marriage certificates for two of my family members from northern Wisconsin and also a death certificate for a possible relative. The society also found an obituary for my 3rd great grandfather, Mathias B. Firmenich. The copy […]


  1. Leon Zalewski says:

    My name is Leon J. Zalewski and I was born in Glassport, Pennsylvania. My father’s name was Leo and my grandfather’s name was Joseph.

  2. Jacek Zalewski says:

    Hi, Brian,my name is Jacek Zalewski,and l was born in poland 12.o1 1949,l never hear about somebody from our family,who live in is very interesting,what you do Brian.Maybe our roots are on the same place in Poland,our name is typical polish,maybe your’s Grand-Grand Grand parents coming from Poland to 19 possibly,because in1863 was big insurrection against the russians and many peoples from Poland escape from Poland someware,before russians annoyances,my family coming from the east side of Poland,arrond citys like: Siedlce,Biała Podlaska,Łuków, name of this area is Podlasie,and till now our name is very populair there, l now many details and l have few photos from old times,now l live in Holland,and my dother Paulina(29)live in Cardiff in U.K.(Great Britain),greetings,Jacek