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Also please see Thedores fathers information. Thedore Divorced Marcyel in 1936 and that why Thedore went to stay with is cousins in the 1940 census. Here is Thedores dads ww2 draft card.
Thedores residence in 1940:
Name: Theodore Rambeau[Theodore Rembeau] Age: 10 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1930 Gender: Male Race: White Birthplace: Michigan Marital Status: Single Relation to Head of House: Nephew Home in 1940: Greene, Jay, Indiana Map of Home in 1940: Inferred Residence in 1935: Detroit, Michigan Residence in 1935: Detroit, Michigan Resident on farm in 1935: No Sheet Number: 12A Attended School or College: Yes Highest Grade Completed: Elementary school, 5th grade Neighbors: Household Members Age Relationship George Whitacre 56 Head Eve Whitacre 53 Wife Joe Whitacre 18 Son Theodore Rambeau 10 Nephew Name: Theodore R Rambeau Residence Years: 1996-1997 Address: 154 Sims St Residence Place: Maysville, Georgia, USA Zip Code: 30558-2003 Phone Number: 706-652-3374 Name: Theodore R Rambeau Gender: Male Age: 22 Birth Date: abt 1928 Marriage Date: 9 Oct 1950 Marriage Place: Wood, Ohio, USA Father: Richard Rambeau Mother: Marcel Claycomb Spouse: Patricia M Mallinson Film Number: 002251749
Marine Corps Muster Rolls:
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Not sure these are any relation, but please follow link for burials.
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