In 2000, Bob Tripp of Logan, Ohio created the The Tripp Family Genealogical Web Site. Ongoing problems with his health prevented him from maintaining the site and by 2010, much of the site was no longer accessible on the Internet.
In early 2011, Jan Tripp of Ann Arbor, Michigan, working with Bob Tripp moved the site to its new home on the Internet at http://www.TrippGenealogy.org.
In October 2005, the Tripp DNA Project began when a group of John Tripp descendants decided to prove their relationship to John using DNA science. In 2012 the projects was combined with the Tripp Family Genealogical Web Site to complement traditional family research.
The website moved again in November 2012 to a WordPress environment to give it a fresh and modern look.
In 2016, a modern genealogy database based on The Next Generation (TNG) software was added to manage the over 56,00o names. Site visitors can now search the database, generate reports, and download information. The database replaces older, static HTML databases on the website.