ABOUT

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Email: s-szabados@sbcglobal.net

Steve Szabados grew up in Central Illinois and is a retired project manager living in the Chicago Suburbs. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, and a Master’s in Business Administration from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Illinois.

Steve Szabados is a genealogy lecturer and author. He has been researching his ancestors since 2000 and has traced ancestors back to the 1600s in New England, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and the 1730s in Poland, Germany, Bohemia, Hungary, Slovakia, and Slovenia. He has given numerous presentations to genealogical groups and libraries in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. He has also published aver fifteen genealogy books. His mission is to share his passion for Family History with as many people as he can. He is a former board member of the Polish Genealogical Society of America, and he is a genealogy volunteer at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library. Steve also is the genealogy columnist for the Polish American Journal.

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3 Responses to ABOUT

  1. jean parrott says:

    Would like to speak with Mr. Szabados concerning genealogy and dna. I believe I “may” have siblings I was never told about and may possibly have given birth to twins and was not told about this. All of this is very troubling, but necessary to learn about. Please help if you can. Mrs. Jean (West) Parrott

  2. Robert Lewis says:

    Trying to find out why the town I grew up in had significant Polish population. What brought them there and when. Manistee, MI had expansive growth in 1880’s with lumbering, salt mining. Was it chain migration? Who were the first to come? How do I begin researching, other than your texts? Most wanted farm land but a promise of jobs was a priority after land.

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