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Jane Doe
Birth: unknown
Death: Nov. 23, 2008

Jane's remains were found by hunters in rural Fond du Lac County on November 23, 2008. Her place and cause of death is unknown. For three years the Sheriff's Department tried to find out her identity and return her to her loved ones, with no sucess. On December 7, 2011, Jane was laid to rest with dignity and honor, still unidentified. Her casket was carried by the sheriff's detectives who worked her case, as well as representatives of the county medical examiner's office. A wreath from Waupun High School students was placed on the coffin. A member of The Patriot Guard Rider's Organization stood proudly with an American Flag.

Jane was a female, may be Caucasian, however anthropology suggests that she also may be of Hispanic, Asian, or Native American decent. Her height was believed to be 5 foot 1 inch, with a range of 3 inches plus or minus. She was between 15 and 21 years of age, weighed between 110 and 135 pounds and might also have been knock kneed or pigeon toed, based on the anthropological examination. Hair is light brown to dark blond in color, and 12-14 inches long, with some color variation light and dark.

#####PLEASE NOTE that there is no varification that Jane was a murder victim, please do not assume! 
Note: Please note the temp grave marker photo with the pink rose is a copyrighted photo by Carrie Antlfinger / AP.
Cattaraugus Cemetery
Fond du Lac County
Wisconsin, USA
Created by: Sue
Record added: Dec 07, 2011
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- Sue
 Added: Jul. 21, 2017
I hope we soon find out your identity and that justice is swiftly served. May you rest in heavenly peace.
- Mistyhaze
 Added: Feb. 25, 2017
Someone is loving and missing you. God knows who you are. I hope some day we all know, too. Rest well in Paradise. With sympathy and respect from Oregon,
- Kathie L. Webb Blair
 Added: Feb. 1, 2017
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