Match! OH - Strongsville, WhtFem UP15394, 15-25, in Rocky River, Feb'75 *Linda Pagano*

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  1. Alleykins

    Alleykins Well-Known Member

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    Not sure why that word was censored, lol.
    Are there other John or Jane Does on that potter's field, do you know?
     


  2. ice190

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    The next two burials behind Linda are unidentified. There are a slew of early fire victims from a ship and a factory. Countless stillbirths and foundlings or otherwise abandoned young children. Most of the unidentified Cleveland Torso victims are there.

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  3. Alleykins

    Alleykins Well-Known Member

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    RBBM
    Seriously? You wouldn't happen to know if the tattooed man is there, would you?
    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sh...H-20-30-decapitated-Jiggs-tattoo-Jun-36/page6
     
  4. ice190

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    But of course. Many visits there. There are in fact some headstones (Strongsville Doe is supposed to have one according to an old newspaper article). They have section and plot numbers on them. However, besides the low points in the soil its impossible to tell where the sections are. There are rebar poles marking the rows.

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  5. Alleykins

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    Wow, interesting. Thank you for the information.
     
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    ice190 New Member

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    Bumping for Strongsville Jane Doe, who is likely Linda Pagano. Any updates on the exhumation that should be taking place?
     
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    Whoa. Nice to have your hard work acknowledged.

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  10. Alleykins

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    That was was awesome!
     
  11. theshadow45

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    It's great that they're finally getting this done. Even if it turns out that this is not Linda, Strongsville Jane Doe will now have DNA on file when she didn't before. Congratulations on all of your hard work on this case paying off, ice190. What you pay forward is what you get paid back in this life.
     
  12. Owutatangledweb

    Owutatangledweb Well-Known Member

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    FANTASTIC JOB ICE!

    Carl too! Reconstruction was pretty spot-on. :)
     
  13. theshadow45

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    Yes, he worked his magic here. With the condition the skull was in it really is amazing.
     
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    Doe's NamUs was updated just 2 days ago. I cannot find what is different, but I can't remember what it said for dentals.

    If that's it, dental charting / information is available and entered.

    As is Linda Pagano's.

    https://www.identifyus.org/en/cases/15394

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    Props to you, ice, for putting this case in the spotlight! It's crazy to think how different counties/jurisdictions don't communicate when UIDs are found. This case may have been closed a long time ago if Akron LE had known about these remains. At least this woman will (hopefully) be positively identified soon.
     
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    There's a name and address in there if any of our ancestral researchers would be interested in seeing if they can locate him.

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