Dr. Marc Jarzebowski
Genealogy – History – Life
Professional Family Research
in Berlin since 2004
Marc Jarzebowski was born in Bremen in 1970. He studied history, Protestant theology and art history at the Philipps University in Marburg and at King’s College in London.
From 1999 to 2004 he was a research assistant at the Friedrich Meinecke Institute for History at the Free University of Berlin. There he earned his doctorate with a thesis on the late medieval topic “The Residences of the Prussian Bishops until 1525”.
Subsequently, he was involved in various projects on editions of historical texts and began professional genealogy, initially under the name Taxodium. He spent the academic year 2007/08 for a research stay in Philadelphia/Pennsylvania.
He gave lectures at conferences of the German Studies Association (GSA) in Milwaukee/Wisconsin and Denver/Colorado and most recently at the genealogy fair RootsTech 2019 in London.
He also taught genealogy courses at Berlin-Pankow Adult Education Center. Since 2017 his company has been called DMJ.
Marc Jarzebowski works and lives in Berlin. In addition to genealogy, his passion is as much for the rich cultural life of the capital as for the diverse and relaxing nature that surrounds it.