I do the family tree research on the whole territory of the Carpathian Basin. Ancestors of my customers were from different part of the historical Hungary.

On the whole territory of the current Hungary, even if it is the Jászság area, or the Danube Swabians, Croatians from Vas County, Slovak Lutherans from Pest County and so on.

Researching over the boards is not a problem; it is proven by my experience in the research in Slovakia, beginning with the Slovaks from the Northern Lipto County to the Hungarians from Csallóköz. I am familiar with the searching of Transylvanian families where I have experience from the Szekler Land ancestors to the German families from Temes County, and even in the area of Őrvidék (Burgenland) which is in Austria currently.


László Papp

Three-time Hungarian boxing Olympic champion.

Papp László Budapest Sport Arena wears his name.

I have made the maternal Transylvanian branch of his family tree which was requested by his grandson.

 Papp László családfa kutatás

Kapus Krisztián

Member of the Hungarian Parliament between 2010 and 2014, mayor of Kiskunfélegyháza.

Timișoara (Banat, Romania) Timiș County, Caraș-Severin County (Banat, Romania), Csongrád and Bács-Kiskun Counties (Hungary)

Horváth Ferenc Csallóköz (Slovakia) and his wife from Csongrád County (Hungary).  Családfa_kutatás_erdély_székelyföld
Bana Tibor
Member of the Hungarian Parliament since 2010. Member of Parliament.Bács-Kiskun County, Baranya County, Csongrád County, Vas County, Veszprém County, Győr-Moson-Sopron County, Burgenland (Austria)

Dr. Lázár Zoltán

Attorney, local government representative.

Jászság, Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok County, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County, Fejér County, Tolna County, Hunedoara County (Transylvania, Romania), Braşov County (Transylvania, Romania), Covasa County (Szekler Land, Romania)

 lázár_zoltán családfakutatás

Pataky Zoltán

I made the Pataky family’s family tree at the request of the grandson of one of thesiblings of the martyr István Pataky. Pataky István Telecommunications Industry and Information Technology Vocational School, a school located in Budapest, bears his name.

Bács-Kiskun County, Jászság, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County, Budapest, Pest County, Vas County, Fejér County, Burgenland (Austria)

Zakarias Family, Germany

The noble Transylvanian ancestors of the Zakariás family weren’t succeeded to research from Brassó and Szeben counties, from Erzsébetváros. During the research on the other branch, it was found that he is the descendant of Imre Madách writer, which was a big surprise.

Zakariás címer

Dr. Péter Gottfried, Budapest

Former Secretary of State, Senior Foreign Affairs Advisor of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in the second Orbán administration.

Prizes, recognitions
2004 – Commander’s Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary (civil).
2011 – Commander’s Cross with Star, Civil Section of theOrder of Merit of the Republic of Hungary (civil).

Dr. Rudolf Colm, Milan, Italy

An internationally recognized manager and economist.
His ancestors were identified in Bratislava and Vienna.

Dávid Héjj, Budapest

Member of the Hungarian Parliament, Prime-ministerial Commissioner since 2018.
I searched for his ancestors in the following regions:
Hungary: Vas county
Transylvania: Alba county, Mures county, Cluj county.


Deli family
Hajdú-Bihar and Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg Counties

Violette Magyar from Australia

Odorheiu Secuiesc (Harghita County Romania), Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok and Békés Counties.

Mártonné Dr. Liker Ágnes commissioned me to make her father’s, then her mother’s family tree, which extends to the entirety of the Carpathian basin.

Hungary: Bács-Kiskun, Békés, Csongrád, Fejér, Győr-Moson-Sopron, Heves, Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok, Komárom-Esztergom and Nógrád county

Romania (Partium): Arad, Salonta

Serbia (Vojvodina): Kikinda

Slovakia: Zlaté Moravce district, Nové Zámky, Krupina district, Lučenec, Nitra district

Gábor Tóbis

Deputy Economic Director of the Directorate for Disaster Management of Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county

While researching, I discovered that one of the ancestors came from Czechia and was the director of the sugar factory in Szerencs, while in the other branch of the family, his ancestors called Dobó claimed descendance from the Dobó family of Rusca, of which István Dobó, the hero of Eger was also a descendant.

Czechia: Přerov (Prerau in German) Moravia
Ukraine (Zakarpattia Oblast): surroundings of Berehove (Beregszász)
Hungary: Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county, Heves county, Veszprém county
Slovenia: Murska Sobota (Muraszombat)

Dr.Krisztián Nagy

I managed to trace the Nagy branch back to the point where the family was granted nobility in 1569 in Ghindari.
While researching,I learned that in a third branch, his ancestors worked on the estate of Count László Rhédey, who was the third great-grandfather of Elisabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom.
(Transylvania, Mures county)

Márton Szabó, Budapest

I conducted research in three countries, which was an especially interesting and multifaceted task, but what I found most interesting was that sometime around the mid-19th century, one part of the family branched off to Pécel, where I am currently residing.

Austria: Niederösterreich
Hungary: Baranya county, Budapest, Fejér county, Nógrád county, Pest county, Somogy county, Tolna county
Slovakia: Banská Bystrica region, Veľký Krtíš district (formerly Hont county)

Maria Gogstad, Norway

I managed to identify the ancestors by conducting research in different parts of the Carpathian basin, in four different countries.

Hungary: Komárom-Esztergom county, Szabolcs-Szatmár-Beregcounty
Slovakia: Nitra region Levice district, Komárno district, Kosice region, Trebišov district
Romania: Maramures county, Satu Mare county
Ukraine: Vinohradiv (Nagyszőlős) district

Kent Pepper, United States of AmericaWe got all the official documentation from different locations in Slovakia and Ukraine (which used to be part of the Kingdom of Hungary) requiredfor the descendants of the family, which emigrated from Hungary to the United States at the turn of the century, to apply for Hungarian citizenship.

Aranka Zöldi, Târgu Mureș

The research was carried out in Cluj-Napoca, Târgu Mureş and the surrounding settlements, and also in Rimetea and Alba Iulia.

In case of a part of the family tree it was possible to trace back to the Árpád-dynasty, to an ancestor who had been awarded nobility title in the 13th century.


Gál Tamás
Hajdú-Bihar and Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg Counties
Johanna Huszarek, Austria
Wien and Budapest

Nina Fostås Bråthen, Norway

Arad County (Romania), Békés Counties, Csongrád Counties, Fejér Counties, Jászárokszállás, Pest Counties

Fekete Ákos

Veszprém and Győr-Moson-Sopron Counties

Pócsay Attila

Budapest, Pest County, Győr-Moson-Sopron County, Tolna County, area of Nitra (Nitriansky kraj, Slovakia), area of Banská Bystrica (Banskobystrický kraj, Slovakia), Area of Žilina (Žilinský kraj, Slovakia)

Monica Guistwite, United States of America
Terebești, Moftinu Mare and Craidorolț (Satu Mare, Romania)
Dr. András Gömöry
Area of Košice (Košický kraj, Slovakia)
Miklós family
Ada, Vojvodina (Serbia)
Riegler family, from Germany, I looked for their ancestors in Drobeta-Turnu Severin, Arad and Temes Counties (Banat, Romania).

Takács Péter

Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County, Krásnohorské Podhradie, Area of Košice (Slovakia)

Reintaller family,from Austira. Komárom-EsztergomCounty
Müller family could know their Hebrew and Danubian Swabians ancestors from the Highlands

Terézia Marlyin

I conducted research in two countries.

Hungary: What was particularly interesting was that the majority of the ancestors were members of the Serbo-Croat minority, who had lived in Pest county for centuries, while members of the other branch descended from Germans, one of whom lived near Freiburg before moving to Hungary around 300 years ago.

My research revealed that the family name was originally spelled Marelić.
Slovakia: Predojná and Banská Bystrica region, Brezno district.

Bacsik family

Budapest, Fejér County, Area of Žilina (Žilinský kraj, Slovakia), Alba County (Transylvania, Romania)

Rigó Lajos

We researched the family in Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county, Hungary, in the area surrounding Nyíregyháza and Fehérgyarmat, where we discovered Hungarian, Slovak, German and Romanian ancestors.

Zsindelyes family

Braşov County (Transylvania, Romania)

Oláh family

Hajdú-Bihar County

Kovács family

Covasna County (Szekler Land, Romania)

Vincze family

Győr-Moson-Sopron County, Komárom-Esztergom County

Kovács Andrea, Pécel

Budapest, Eger (Heves County), Fejér County, Jász-Nagykun Szolnok County, Pest County, Temesvár-Timisoara (Banat, Romania)

Bíró Antalné Marton Veronika

Jászberény (Jászság), Pest County Poroszló, Heves County

Szeifrid Anikó, Budapest

Budapest, Bács-Kiskun County, Arad (Romania)

Kristó Róbert Imre

Hódmezővásárhely and Csongrád

László Both, Capalnita, Romania

I made the Boths’ family tree. As part of the research, I visited the church and the National Archives in Miercurea Ciuc, where Istudied both records and nobility documents.

Dániel Póka

I made the family tree for the birthday of Dániel’s father. It turns out that the family is descended from the Póka family of Egerfarmos, which was granted nobility in 1697.


I cooperated in the creation of a book entitled “120 years of a profession”, in which I retraced the life journey of the former chairs of the Hungarian Patent Office, which later became the Office of Inventions.