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Mick Kurimsky - january 2014

 

Michal Razus helped me find my ancestors after months of trying other channels. His work was excellent and done in a timely manner. I would highly recommend him as a resource for Eastern Slovakian Ancestry research.

 

Robert Klym, North Carolina

- family tree 2015 -

Michal Razus helped me tremendously with research on my mother's Slovak ancestry. He is friendly, professional, and well organized. Michal obviously has a wealth of knowledge and experience. My experience with him was a pleasure. I recommend him very highly.

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About me

My name is Michal Razus. I majored in Slovak history and litrature at University of Presov. I am a proffesional genealogist and tour-guide specialized in ancestral tourism. I have rich experience with archive research and family search. My results can be proved by many satisfied clients from the USA and Canada.

Regional representative of  International Czechoslovak Genealogical Society and member of Slovak Genealogical-Heraldic Societ. Speaker on CGSI conferences St. Loius 2011 and Lombard 2013.

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summer 2008 Michael Freno, New York

Michal did a fantastic job helping me obtain information

Michal did a fantastic job helping me obtain information about my family.  Before we visited Slovakia in July 2008, Miso helped me secure birth records of my ancestors in Slovakia.  Afterwards, my wife and I also visited Slovakia during a vacation, and Miso took the time to spend the entire day with us.  He introduced me to potential relatives in a small village in Eastern Slovakia (Parchoviany), working as a translator and intermediary with very friendly people (none of whom spoke English).  Miso also took us to the local administrative headquarters for the city, where we met the Mayor and obtained additional information about relatives.  We had a great time in Slovakia, and my search of family history would not have been possible without Miso."