Profile

tammy

About Me

I'm the founder of Treelines!

I've been into genealogy since I was 12 and software development for almost as long. With Treelines I've combined this experience to reinvent what genealogy software can do for the next generation of genealogists.

Stories

Would you abandon this girl in Liverpool?

Would you abandon this girl in Liverpool?

The story of how my great-grandmother almost didn't make it to the U.S.

12/4/1901 – 2000
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How the Yorkers Immigrated to Philadelphia

How the Yorkers Immigrated to Philadelphia

Here's how Grandmom's family left Russia for a new life in the U.S. fifteen years before she was born.

April 15, 1858 – 1950
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Rabbi Adolph Huebsch, Bernhardt, and Us

Rabbi Adolph Huebsch, Bernhardt, and Us

Our first encounter with Rabbi Huebsch moved us to tears, but is he even related to our (great-)grandfather Bernhardt?

1525 – May 2010
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Grammy's Wedding Keepsakes

Grammy's Wedding Keepsakes

Some of our best family heirlooms are the things Grammy kept from her wedding.

1941 – December 1, 2007
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How I Got Into Genealogy

How I Got Into Genealogy

Not many people can say they got started at 12, but I did! Here's the full story.

July 1991 – 2013
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Grandmom's Wedgwood China

Grandmom's Wedgwood China

My most treasured heirloom recalls holiday meals and Grammy's cooking. It also records -- literally! -- something more about their lives.

1959 – 2009
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From the Ancient Dead to the Recent Dead

From the Ancient Dead to the Recent Dead

How I almost became an archaeologist instead of a genealogist.

April 1989 – March 2013
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The Amazing Ancestry of Abraham Phillips

The Amazing Ancestry of Abraham Phillips

"Born 1808, Philadelphia," read his tombstone in a Mississippi Jewish cemetery. Could I prove my hunch about what that meant?

1668 – May 2013
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