Quiet Cities

Member for
16 years · 7 months · 21 days
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I loved research since my first interview with my Grandpa at age 15. As such, I became a Genealogist. My FAGrave volunteer research contributions are currently relegated to photos, as time and pandemic allow. I also have family in the funeral / cemetery line of work.

If you are Kelly, Keller, Phillips, McIntosh, Mitchell, Mangold, Stover, Bailey, Littlehale, Smith, Stahlberg, Giles, Minich, Smith, or Rudd, send me a message, Cuz! I'm also on Ancestry. We have an adoption in my family and identified both parents via DNA. Not all family is open to making connections. We understand and are respectful of those wishes. We also welcome new cousins.

If you find one of my memorial submissions in error, send me an edit. I cannot trace individual sources for submitted edits prior to the edit system. Conversely, I am happy to fix erroneous memorials.

I've been on FAGrave for over 16 years, more than double as a genealogical researcher. I wear many hats along with a job and a small business, including maker of to-die-for lasagna, antiquarian, and Reader of All The Things. I'm not always here, but I keep up on edits.

Transfer memorial requests are completed through the edit system. FAGrave users all have a common goal so please be kind when requesting transfers. Please include relationship with request through the edit system. Happy to transfer memorials that are not my family, but first, please read FAGrave Transfer Guidelines for honored requests. They're the boss, Applesauce.

Some of my first memorials from 2005 do not conform to current FindAGrave guidelines. This said, bulk spreadsheet submissions were not always upper/lower case sensitive. I fix what I find. However, If you are overtaken with the wild urge to edit all of my submissions and fix them via the edit system, Bless your OCD heart, knock yourself out.

I welcome ALL edits through the edit system.

Since you finally read down to the bottom here, you are awesome. If we were neighbors, I'd bake you a cake.

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