Identified! OR - Cave Junction, 'Annie Doe' WhtFem UP10929, 16-20, Redwood Hwy, Aug'71 - Annie Lehman

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  1. Bit of hope

    Bit of hope Well-Known Member

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    I don't...it took me month and months to make my grandmothers (from my mother's site) tree. And I just had some names and old correspondence from my grandmother after she died.
     
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  2. Alleykins

    Alleykins Well-Known Member

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    @Roselvr - never once thought genealogy was easy, not after lugging around crate after crate of two inch binders filled with research for my great aunt every spring and fall. She documented everything in triplicate by hand, and we, as kids, had the pleasure of helping her move in and out of camp every year.
     
  3. Roselvr

    Roselvr Ask me how to get your loved one in NamUs

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    It can be confusing, especially when people married cousins 100 years ago. My son has one where brothers married sisters
     
  4. sunnynz

    sunnynz Well-Known Member

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    This article talks about the NZ Vanstone connection and provides a little more info around the family tree.

    It also states that the bra was a red herring, it was actually US manufactured by a company with the same name as the NZ manufacturer. So the bra wasn’t an NZ connection after all.

    Kiwi link helps identify woman in 47-year-old US cold case
     
  5. LivMoore

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    Oh Mexican civil registry entries. I was working to help a hispanic woman find her father a few months back and trying to sift through the marriage records was a nightmare sometimes.

    I'd love to get into the genetic genealogy field but clearly my work is cut out for me haha
     
  6. Jake479

    Jake479 Well-Known Member

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    RIP Annie Marie Lehman
     
  7. Roselvr

    Roselvr Ask me how to get your loved one in NamUs

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    Fede Well-Known Member

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    Should we continue posting about Anne Marie Lehman here ir should we start a new thread now that she has been identified?
     
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    Roselvr Ask me how to get your loved one in NamUs

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  10. aThousandYearsWide

    aThousandYearsWide Well-Known Member

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    Has any new information about her disappearance come to light? I am confused about how sex trafficking is said by some and runaway is said by others.
     
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  11. TmmEye

    TmmEye “No, she’s a hair hopper; that’s what SHE is.”

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    The only possibly new thing is that she left with a deal for a new wardrobe, car, and money according to an article, and she was born in August 1954.
     
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  12. TmmEye

    TmmEye “No, she’s a hair hopper; that’s what SHE is.”

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    I have been studying on this case for a bit and have a better timeline for you guys :)

    August 1954: Annie is born in Southern Washington.

    1954-1965: Annie’s parents, Norma and Albert, divorce.

    March 12, 1965: Norma marries Thomas Ostrich.

    May 29, 1966: Annie’s half sister, Elizabeth Ostrich, is born.

    October 7, 1967: Albert marries Florence Weems.

    January 23, 1969: Virginia marries P. Ternsten.

    April 4, 1969: Norma and Thomas divorce.

    November 18, 1969: Albert and Florence divorce.

    December 20, 1970 - May 23, 1971: Annie leaves with a mysterious woman, soon to be tracked down by Mr. Ternsten. He soon learns she accepted a car and wardrobe in exchange to sell Annie into prostitution.

    December 20, 1970 - July 19, 1971: Annie dies under suspicious circumstances.

    August 19, 1971: Annie’s remains are found in Josephine County, Oregon.
     
  13. carbuff

    carbuff Well-Known Member

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    We generally continue the discussion in the same thread. Making a new thread can make finding things difficult.
     
  14. TmmEye

    TmmEye “No, she’s a hair hopper; that’s what SHE is.”

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    I have looked at Campsites in Northern California and I think I found where she died. The Ramblin’ Redwoods campground is in Crescent City, California (the start of the highway Annie was found on) and it is 1 hour away from where Annie was found in Cave Junction, Oregon. I really do believe this is where Annie died.

    MOO
     
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  15. TmmEye

    TmmEye “No, she’s a hair hopper; that’s what SHE is.”

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    Bumping.
     
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    JovanSrna Well-Known Member

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  17. TmmEye

    TmmEye “No, she’s a hair hopper; that’s what SHE is.”

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