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  1. #1
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    Aug 2015

    ME - York Co, Fem UP15931, UnkAge, partial mandible found on Wells Beach, Feb'83

    NamUs UP 15931


    Unidentified Body/Remains (Female)

    Found February 15, 1983 in York County, ME
    Body Condition: Not recognizable - partial skeletal parts only

    Probable year of death: to

    Vital Statistics
    Estimated age: Unknown Age (
    Late Teen/Young Adult)
    Approximate Height: cannot estimate
    Approximate Weight: cannot estimate
    Hair Color: Unknown
    Eye Color: Unknown
    Scars and marks: nothing

    Clothing & Accessories
    Clothing: nothing
    Jewerly: nothing
    Footwear: nothing
    Accessories: nothing

    Fingerprints: Fingerprint information is not available
    Dentals: Dental information / charting is available and entered
    DNA: Sample submitted-tests not complete

    Case History:
    Partial mandible found washed up on Wells Beach
    Last edited by Romulus; 03-05-2017 at 12:31 PM.
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  2. #2
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    Nov 2015
    Howell, NJ
    I hope they complete those tests soon.

  3. #3
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    Feb 2016
    Cathy Moulton is the only female listed from Maine from that area prior to 1983, but I recall reading a news article in the paper about Maine missing remains, and how two sets were believed to have been from passing cruise ships. I'm thinking this may be one of the sets investigator were referring to.
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  4. #4
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    Jan 2014
    Cincinnati, OH
    How do they know it's a female from just a jaw bone?

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  5. #5
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    Feb 2016
    Quote Originally Posted by Tssiemer View Post
    How do they know it's a female from just a jaw bone?
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    Good question. Not sure it would apply in this case, but I found this article, which may suggest they determined it this way:
    The chin is squarer in the skull of a man than that of a woman, who will tend to have a slightly more pointed chin
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