Amelia Vanderbuckle was a feminist inventor and scientist who lived in Springfield in the 1800s.
She was the middle child of a family of seventeen (twelve of whom died due to exposure to drafty windows). Her father worked as a human canary in the poison mines.
Amelia was the first female graduate of Springfield Tech. She invented a couple of things, such as a rudimentar computer using a loom and a steam-powered barber chair, which failed as it decapitated a man. She was later diagnosed with acute feminine overreachism, and was committed to the Springfield Home for the Criminally Different, hiding her rudimentar computer under a feminist club. However, she continues to work as an inventor within the confines of the asylum.
According to her voice recording, she had dated Nikola Tesla and later broke up with him.