Thomas Greve is a genealogical researcher and speaker from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. After pursuing the history of his own family for over 10 years, Thomas began researching professionally in 2016. He holds a Certificate in Genealogical Research from Boston University and serves as president of Falmouth Genealogical Society. He is also a proud member of Unclaimed Persons, a group of volunteer genealogists who donate their time and research skills to help medical examiners, coroners and investigators find the next-of-kin of deceased individuals whose relatives have proven difficult to trace.
Thomas specializes in the use of DNA testing as evidence of identity and kinship, and enjoys helping adoptees and foundlings locate biological family members. Local research specialties include the Massachusetts counties of Barnstable, Bristol, and Worcester.
2017–Present, National Genealogical Society Quarterly Study Group
2017, Boston University Center for Professional Education, Certificate in Genealogical Research
2017, New England Regional Genealogical Conference
- Association of Professional Genealogists
- Falmouth Genealogical Society
- International Society of Genetic Genealogy
- National Genealogical Society
- New England Historic Genealogical Society
Thomas abides by the following genealogical standards:
- Association of Professional Genealogists’ Code of Ethics
- Board for Certification of Genealogists’ Code of Ethics and Conduct
- Board for Certification of Genealogists’ Genealogical Proof Standard
- Genetic Genealogy Standards
- National Genealogical Society’s Standards for Sound Genealogical Research
- National Genealogical Society’s Guidelines for Sharing Information with Others
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