Categories: WikiTree Team | Supervisor Help | Genealogy Help
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Each one of our Supervisors is an exemplar of our Honor Code and an active contributor to WikiTree. If any of their specialties interest you, feel free to contact them (click the Private Message link on their profile page).
- Roland Arsenault - (fr) Un Acadien qui étudie ses plusieures branches acadiennes. (en) An Acadian researching his many acadian branches. Contact me if you find some Acadian in you and want some help. I can also help with deciphering records written in French (and maybe even Portuguese!)
- Paul Bech - Main interest: Australian First Families. Happy to assist anyone with WikiTree, most especially Australian and New Zealand researchers. Also interested in expanding the resource pages on WikiTree (a resource for information sources for all genealogy researchers, with the emphasis on free; as is the WikiTree way). I have a little Danish language experience so I am also one of the [Translation Volunteers].
- Debby Black - Interested in helping others through G2G and, as a greeter, welcoming guests and new volunteers. Specific counties of interest: Hall County, Georgia; Winston County, Alabama; Saline County, Arkansas; and Union County, Arkansas.
- Daniel Bouman- Started out researching his family tree but "things got out of hand" so to speak (in a positive way). Can help with GEDCOM problems.
- Tom Bredehoft - Neophyte Genealogist, my main project is digitizing a 575 page MS covering the first seven generations of the Pettibone family of Simsbury, Ct. (Researched and typed befor the internet.) I have become adept at merging and spend most of my time condensing profiles.
- Erin Breen- Interested in Canadian genealogy and history, especially immigration to and the settling of the Prairies and British Columbia.
- Ed Burke - Main interests: Presidential Project, Sons of the American Revolution, Category Organization, The Great Migration, Wiki Technology, Family Surnames (Burke-Brooks-Wheelock-Mainard-Thorne-Mantooth), and most importantly helping others find their roots.
- Lindsay Coleman- Active contributor in the European Aristocrats Project. Actively researching her family tree including her ties to Edward III of England, family in Georgia, Alabama, Pennsylvania and more. Happy to assist with North Atlanta, Georgia, in person research efforts.
- Gail Cox - Interested in Categories and helping them become widely used and understood. Currently researching family in Pennsylvania and New York. Living in North Georgia.
- Bob Fields - Starting with separate family histories from his grandmother and grandfather, has traced back his family over 1000 years including many early colonial immigrants and English nobility. Still looking for that Mayflower ancestor. Making the world a better place, one profile at a time. Living in Orlando, FL, working for Disney.
- Mike Gabbard- Currently living in Florida with his partner, but originally from North Carolina, USA. His interest in Genealogy began with the search for his birth father and a brush with the Today show, but is rooted in a long tradition of recounting stories from the family history at every reunion and barbecue (or drop of a hat) among his extensive Southern kin. Active in the Categories project, G2G, and as a Greeter. Particularly interested in North Carolina and Genealogy in the Southern USA.
- Abby Glann- Abby started researching her family tree in college, after a short course awakened her love of family and history. She tries to help out little in just about every user project out there, and actively merges and cleans up profiles as much as she has time to. She especially is interested in Norwegian and Scottish ancestry, as so much of her lineage traces back that way. Currently, she is working as a fundraising coordinator for her best friend's toddler's upcoming kidney transplant, so she isn't getting as much time in on wikitree, but should be back to fully active mid-summer, 2013.
- Martyn Grifhorst- Active contributor in the European Aristocrats Project and Wiki Style Guides. Speaks Dutch, English and German and is one of the [Translation Volunteers].
- Tom Horner- Primary personal interest is in a few twigs of WikiTree around the three county area of Howard, Miami, and Grant counties in IN. We arrived here through OH and largely NC and PA before that. Love the community feel of WikiTree and in helping to enhance that even more by getting more managers to look at possible merges.
- Krissi Hall- Our #1 contributor! Interested in French, German, and other immigrant families in Michigan.
- Wendy Hampton (H24a) – Main historical interests are in British/European Middle Ages. Joined cousin working on family tree initially scoffing that family name ‘Smith’ would be a show stopper! Committed to ‘One Tree’ concept and willing to help where possible – NB no technical expertise. WT has opened historical American connections…….would love to find out more about the roots of these connections. Lives in the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, UK
- Bill Jennings : Love the concept of a shared community building "one tree", and glad to help the community reach this goal.
- Lianne Lavoie- Project Coordinator and leader of the Acadians Project. Interested in Franco-Manitoban genealogy. Passionate about merging duplicate profiles, and getting categories on every profile on WikiTree. Loves one-place studies.
- Thomas MacEntee- Genealogy Ninja; assists with marketing and publicity for WikiTree. Genealogy author, educator and some might say "thought leader" for the genealogy community. Always looking for new ways to leverage technology for use in genealogical research.
- Allen Minix- Active contributor in the European Aristocrats Project. Began researching his own family tree, and then his wife's, which soon snowballed into European nobility (his wife) as well as Southeast Georgia genealogy (his). Advocate for the usage of categories on Wikitree.
- Heather Morgan- Currently working in conjunction with her mother and one of her paternal first cousins to build their family tree. Actively researching her own family tree, her boyfriend's family tree, and her roommate's family tree. Special interests include The Civil War, The American Pioneers, The Oregon Trail, and Portland, Oregon History. Find-a-Grave volunteer photographer, and FamilySearch.org volunteer indexer.
- Magda N aka "Maggie" - The "zen of genealogical maintenance" is my other life. Art history/photography major in college. Photographing gravestones one day brought out the researcher in me. WikiTree is revolutionary in it's approach to collaborative genealogy and I am thrilled to be a part of it! Leader of Family History Photo of the Week Project
- Tami Osmer Glatz - Community Assistant. Answers user email to the info@ box, lurks in G2G. Professional genealogist, author, lecturer, specializing in online resources (especially free ones) and charter president of the Second Life Chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists. Created the free resource, the Relatively Curious Internet Genealogy Toolbar,
- Kathy Patterson- Active contributor in the European Aristocrats Project. Maintains WikiTree's largest Watchlist. Active in Mayflower genealogy and lineage research for NSDAR. Actively researching her own family tree, her husband's, and other family members'.
- Eugene Quigley - Born and raised in Nova Scotia. Interested in Scottish and Irish ancestry and the Highland clan system. Interested in spouses United Empire Loyalist and Mayflower ancestry. Willing to help others where possible.
- Fred Remus - I love that Wikitree is first and foremost about sharing information freely and collaborating. Ancestry.com, et al, seem to want to corner the market on information about our ancestors for their own profit. Wikitree is an organization that's fighting back. I'm enthusiastic about merging duplicates and getting solid sources to document the information presented here.
- Liz Shifflett - Love the WikiTree, one Tree, concept. Each merge, added biography, shared "find" of a source gets us one step closer.
- Jillaine Smith - Given Super Powers (I mean, Supervisorial status) Jan 2013. Instigated the Puritan Great Migration Project and am passionate about deduping early New England colonists (husband's ancestry). My own ancestry is German c1850s from various parts of Germany to Buffalo and Cincinnati, mostly.
- Phil Smith - My primary interest is in the puzzle of it all. Started working on family history in the early 1970s when I told my father I would take anything left by my grandfather that no one else asked for. I discovered several boxes of diaries, papers and research that was started in the late 1890’s and continued until his death in the 1960s. I have still not completed working on all of the diaries.
- I have a background in statistics and feel the puzzle aspects of data analysis are much the same as those in genealogy and may be why I enjoy both.
- I have a passion for order, and spend much of my time working on duplicates. I would like to discuss the possibility of developing some formal method to attack the problem.
- Becky Syphers - Major interest is early colonists in Massachusetts and Connecticut -including Mayflower and related lines. Supervisor since Jan 2012. I'm of mixed Irish ancestry on my Dad's side. For almost 50 years I've been searching for an elusive G-G-G-G Grandmother.
- Daniel "Dan" Thompson - Primarily, but not exclusively, interested in Puritans of the Great Migration. Currently Working to de-dupe, source and edit the biographies of the Founders of Hartford. Willing to help any way I can.
- Rob Ton - Generalist, with primary interest in the records of, and questions relating to, Ontario, Canada.
- Roger Travis- Leader of the European Aristocrats Project.
- Ray "Trib" Triboulet - At the top of his priorities list are profiles whose biographies have been neglected and duplicate profiles. Serving as a Sonar Technician for the first five years in the US Navy, he recently changed jobs to Navy Yeoman for the Full Time Support component of the Reserves. Building categories for Naval personnel and pages for ships are a future goal for him. Helping others build their tree is a passion; in the beginning, we are all family.
- Nae X Currently an amateur genealogist, but pursuing certification. Willing to assist in areas of research where needed. Active participant in the Arborist Project, that in addition to merging duplicates has the advantage of bringing researchers together so that they may collaborate on profiles and ancestry lines. Areas of interest are colonial Maryland, Massachusetts, Connetticut, Virginia, to name a few.
- Michelle Gerard- Veteran of the Navy & Army. Now an Army wife, full time student. Ultimate goal - design genealogy sites & maintain them. Currently an active Greeter, Arborist & Language Volunteer. Assist newbies who struggle using WikiTree. Currently guiding several members needing assistance in a big way. Passionate about educating new members. Areas of interest Czech Republic, NE, IN, IL. Genealogy interest started while searching biological family. "Everyone should know where they came from"!
- Rhian Geleick Sold my computer company and other business interests 10 years ago to retire early and do things I want to do instead of doing things I had to do. Split my time between genealogy, restoring classic cars and rebuilding a fifteenth century farmhouse in East Germany. Research specialisms Grist/Griste family Scottish clans and getting to grips with Prueßen research.
- Billy Wallace Interested in Scotland and the rest of the world. Recently started genealogy, I'd been putting it off for ages and finally got round to it and I am really enjoying it. I'm applying for certification courses, budget allowing. My background is varied, I was a senior residential social worker specialising in child care, then I moved into I.T. as a consultant, then I became a civil servant in the U.K. Identity and Passport Service, which when I think of it really honed any genealogical skills I had.
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