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Nancy Domjanovich (#47930961)
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Bio Photo I live in the western area of Los Angeles, but I'm originally from Oklahoma. Many of my ancestors were in Missouri, Illinois & Kentucky. Mainly I research ALBRIGHT, DAWKINS, HOLLIDAY, HOUSE, LEWIS, MAY & REED/REID.
Occasionally I travel to other states to visit cemeteries, genealogical libraries & courthouses.
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 • 10 Memorials Added
 • 10 Memorials Managed
 • 304 Photos
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RE: hi

We found the cemetery and it is documented. My husband was able to see his great grandparents grave. Closure.

The issue was the name of the cemetery and how it is listed.

It is listed as the Ocheyedan Cemetery on the gate. However, Findagrave has it listed as: Ocheyedan Township Cemetery in Osceola County. The county is correct. The townsfolk say it is the Ocheyedan Cemetery. I don't know which is right. I took a picture of the gate and it only says Ocheyedan Cemetery.

I also found 1 picture for someone who had requested a photo! We looked for almost an hour for the other four, but no luck.

Thanks so much for your help!

Take care, Kathy
Added by Anonymous on Sep 22, 2014 2:04 PM
Hi Nancy, yes, thank you so much for the photo. You may enter photos whenever you wish. You are the detective :-)

Just found out the cousin I was worried about does have cancer, lymphoma, but it is treatable. He is 70 but sick now. Not sure when they will start treatment. I am so grateful they moved him to another hospital and they found the cancer immediately. See, I told you I believe in miracles.

I wanted to ask you a question. Some of my husband's family are buried in an unlisted cemetery, not on the cemeteries list on it is a small cemetery in Ocheyedan, Iowa. We are here for his aunts 9th birthday and also my husband wants to take photos in this cemetery. I would take photos for anyone, but if it isn't listed how would I know who needed a photo? Catch 22

We are both so tired. Pulled carpet out of his parent's basement and bathroom. I look like an abused wife I have so many bruises from knocking my arms against rails, carpet rolls, etc. The floor salesman came today to look at hardwood floors. He asked what the odor was....... 60 years of smoke...

Thanks again, I would appreciate your advice about the cemetery. I guess if it was small enough, I could take photos of them all??????

Goodnight, Kathy
Added by Anonymous on Sep 17, 2014 8:31 PM
Hi Nancy,
Thank you.
Added by Tony on Sep 17, 2014 4:27 PM
RE: Clara M. & Linnie M. DAVIS
Hello Nancy
I'm planning on going to LMP this weekend and I would be more than happy to fulfill your photo requests and add them to the memorials. No need for a formal request. I'm not related to either and would be glad to transfer management of both memorials to you.
Added by JoeyC on Sep 08, 2014 8:16 PM
John Bursley
RE: Bursley @ Holy Cross
Thank you very much for your time and effort in going back to re-take the photos Nancy; they look just right.
Added by John Bursley on Sep 04, 2014 6:32 AM
John Bursley
Bursley @ Holy Cross
I appreciate your efforts and care in locating the grave site and photographing it - even though it is, unfortunately, unmarked. Thank you also for everything you do for Find A Grave.
Added by John Bursley on Aug 20, 2014 5:32 PM
Leo Delsass
Oh, yes! They were fairly helpful, but, he is definitely not buried there. Someday, who knows, someone may enter some cemetery records that will include his. Thanks for doing the others. Most of Lewis's family live out east so they will appreciate your addition of the photos.
Added by JLMuck on Aug 20, 2014 8:25 AM
RE: Delsasso
I would love it! And, if you ever come across ANYTHING for Leo Delsasso . . . This family was an intellectually brilliant family. Both Lewis and Leo were physicists; Lewis with Princeton and Leo with UCLA. I think Lewis worked on the Manhattan Project. Leo died in 1971 (I think I have the year right) in Frankfurt, Germany. He was shipped home for burial, but, I have never discovered where he was buried. No children to ask; nieces and nephews don't know or the ones that might know died. Wife was cremated and scattered at sea. Elizabeth Delsasso's mother was my great grandfather's half sister.
Added by JLMuck on Aug 19, 2014 10:05 PM
Thank you Nancy for the photo of the headstone for Eloisa ... very much appreciated.
- Saralee -
Added by Saralee on Aug 02, 2014 12:50 PM
Edward J Barrett
Thank you for the marker photo for Edward
Added by tombstonegal on Aug 01, 2014 6:39 PM
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