GA GA - Atlanta, WhtMale 1029UMGA, 50-70, w/ photo of young girl, Dec'80

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  1. Irish_Eyes

    Irish_Eyes Well-Known Member

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    In response to the how many Pam and Dwight's could there be question - the answer, as I found after researching the issue, is tons and tons, lol. Not to mention that now when you google Pam and Dwight you get about a million hits for "The Office." But even putting those names into FamilySearch you will see there are a whole lot to go through.
     
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    Irish_Eyes Well-Known Member

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    The bow dyeing process seems connected to textiles and possibly specifically wool. Looking at the time period when this UID might have been employed at a mill or supporting industry, I think we guess that he likely lived/worked in the American south. So perhaps we can focus more specifically on that area as a first priority?

    Henry River Mill Village was once a textile operation in North Carolina. The H.R. in Henry River is what intrigues me. As the site of the former mill was a filming location for The Hunger Games there is some recent stuff that has been written about it apparently. I'll try to hunt that down unless someone beats me to it.
     
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  3. Springrain

    Springrain Buckskin Girl was Marcia King

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    What a weird case.
     
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    I got an email from the investigator (Fulton County) handling the case, today. The investigator is in contact with a detective from the Provincial Police in Ontario, Canada. The are going to send DNA of the missing's family, and a sample of the remains to an FBI lab for testing. According to the investigator, the process could take a few months. The investigator is kindly updating me, and I'll report back here as soon as I receive more information.
     
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    Triss Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for letting us know, vspin :)
     
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    sunnynz Well-Known Member

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    Great work!
     
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    Coffee56 Well-Known Member

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    I have mentioned James Samuel Delorenzo previously but apparently forgot the link

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1344dmfl.html

    The height is off and his difficulty walking concerns me but the clothing sounds very close and the missing's hair is noted as blond.
     
  8. sunnynz

    sunnynz Well-Known Member

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    Definitely think you should submit this. He's not in Namus though right? I think Namus only accepts submissions when both subjects have a Namus file which I guess means you need to submit to LE or does Doe Network have a submission process?
     
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    carbuff Well-Known Member

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  11. Daphne1972

    Daphne1972 Well-Known Member

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    Bump

    Is there a working link with the writing?
     
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  12. MadMcGoo

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    Just came across this case a few days ago....
    Bumping for the family!

    •MMcG•
     
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  13. Daphne1972

    Daphne1972 Well-Known Member

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    It doesn't say dyeing. Or bow. There are other letters which I can barely see.
     

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  14. coffeeandacig

    coffeeandacig ...

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    Andrew Bromwitz or Bramwitz or Brunwitz (19?)14
     

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  15. Daphne1972

    Daphne1972 Well-Known Member

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    We need to know what was on that pic!
     
  16. Daphne1972

    Daphne1972 Well-Known Member

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    I think you're close. But it's anbrew. Which is both a first name and a brewery. The second word could be hiring. And after that a question mark.
     
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  17. Bit of hope

    Bit of hope Have a nice day!

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    Hi....stumbled on this case. Like to join you. Come back if I read all of it.
     
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  18. Bit of hope

    Bit of hope Have a nice day!

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    Yes, I agree but a little girl who just learned to wright her name would...maybe...
     
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    Daphne1972 Well-Known Member

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    That's an adult handwriting!
     
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  20. Bit of hope

    Bit of hope Have a nice day!

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    OK!
     
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