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Jean Pinick (#47164935)
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I have walked cemeteries since the 1980's and I have no problem adding info to the memorials that I have created but I would prefer that you send an email to me so that I can add the info. I have had people contact me and want to know where the info came from and it is so much easier for me to add the contact information from an email. I will add the contact info to the memorials so if you don't want that on the info you need to let me know.
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Phil & Kathi
Jacob and Thomas Pinick
Thanks for the photos and information! Judging by your name, I'm guessing there's a relationship here!

Thanks again! Happy hunting!!


Added by Phil & Kathi on Sep 01, 2014 5:49 AM
Nora Neighbors
RE: Re:Helena Rambeau in the Burlingame Cemetery
Hi, Jean!

George Rambeau and Helena Rambeau were my 2nd great grandparents. They had several children, including my great grandfather.

No apology necessary! Was the best clue I had in months! I learned Charles 'Snyder' Rambeau and Smith Rambo married sisters, Almeida and Alma Thompson. This is significant because Smith Rambo and Alma are my 3rd great grandparents. Very cool you made this so called mistake, lol. Was best mistake ever!

George Rambeau was still in Topeka in 1915, but shortly before his death in 1919, he went to live with his son George Rambo in Chicago, Illinois. I have a copy of George's death certificate that verifies this.

Yes, George and Helena had several children. Many of them used aliases including Rambo, Rambeaux and Rambler. If names would be helpful, let me know. I located my great grandfather William PH Rambeaux in an unmarked grave at Penwell-Gabel in Topeka, which is sad no marker as he was a World War 1 veteran.

Helena's maiden name was Cadwallader. Not sure if this clue helps. The sisters Alma and Almeida Rambo's maiden names were Thompson/Thomsen.

Thanks again for your hard work, and for caring to help me and others. Warms my heart.

Love, Nora
Added by Nora Neighbors on Aug 22, 2014 11:46 AM
Nora Neighbors
RE: Re:Helena Rambeau in the Burlingame Cemetery
Sorry this thank you is so late. Thank you, Jean! I appreciate your efforts in my quest to find my great grandmother, and for the clue. I do not know who Charles Rambeau but Is a valuable clue to trace other family members. Please note, my grandfather George Rambeau, Helena's husband, is not buried there as the internet implies. George Rambeau is buried at the Lincoln Cemetary in Chicago, Illinois.

Thank you, very much for the information, may God bless you!

Added by Nora Neighbors on Aug 21, 2014 9:24 AM
Wendi Bevitt
William R. Beighley
Thanks Jean! I can't believe I missed that. Got it taken care of!
Added by Wendi Bevitt on Aug 12, 2014 8:04 PM
Tess Warnstaff
John and Mary Tomlinson headstone photo
Thanks very much for the great photo.
Added by Tess Warnstaff on Aug 11, 2014 2:30 PM
J. Munson
RE: Re:Verda Woods Photos
The picture is yours to use, her space is at the very top and not easy to get a good shot, but turned not to bad.
Added by J. Munson on Jul 10, 2014 10:27 PM
Kris Abelli
Johannah Hokanson
Thank you for posting a photo of Johannah Hokanson's headstone, also. Many of my relative's a buried in Osage County, Kansas. Again, I would like to respectfully ask permission to use this photo for my family tree, as always, making sure to give you credit for taking and posting the photo to
Added by Kris Abelli on Jul 10, 2014 12:57 AM
Kris Abelli
Agnes Helena Hokanson Woolery
Thank you so much for taking photos of Agnes Woolery's headstone! I truly appreciate your work. :) May I please use your photo's of her headstone, giving you full credit, on my family tree? Thank you, again, for your work and effort on
Added by Kris Abelli on Jul 10, 2014 12:34 AM
Laura Lincoln
Hasdel A Lincoln
Thank you for getting the picture of
My husbands g Uncle,
Its great to be able to unite the wife and kids now with there memorials!!

Thanks again for the time you give,
Added by Laura Lincoln on Jul 09, 2014 11:20 AM
John Russell Pierson
Jimmie Droegemeier
Thanks for the pic!
Added by John Russell Pierson on Jul 08, 2014 7:18 PM
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