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https://www.namus.gov/UnidentifiedPersons/Case#/9615/details

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Unidentified Person / NamUs #UP9615 Male, White / Caucasian
Date Found
September 2, 2011

Location Found
Rochester, Vermont
Estimated Age Range
18-99 Years

Case Information
Case Numbers
NCMEC Number
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ME/C Case Number
ME-017A
Demographics
Sex
Male
Race / Ethnicity
White / Caucasian

Possible First Name
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Possible Middle Name
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Possible Last Name
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Possible Nickname

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Estimated Age Group
Adult
Estimated Age Range (Years)
18-99
Estimated Year of Death
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Estimated PMI
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Height
Cannot Estimate
Weight
Cannot Estimate
Circumstances
Type
Unidentified Deceased
Date Found
September 2, 2011
NamUs Case Created
December 16, 2011
ME/C QA Reviewed
December 18, 2011
Location Found Map
General Location
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Rochester, Vermont
County
Windsor County
GPS Coordinates
N4351.950 W72 48.420
Circumstances of Recovery
Disinterred remains from Hurricane Irene flooding at Rochester Cemetery

Details of Recovery
Inventory of Remains
Head not recovered
Condition of Remains
Not recognizable - Near complete or complete skeleton

Physical Description
Hair Color
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Head Hair Description
skull missing
Body Hair Description
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Facial Hair Description
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Left Eye Color
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Right Eye Color
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Eye Description
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Distinctive Physical Features
No Known Information
Clothing and Accessories
Description
Accessories buried in a wooden casket with metal handles. Placed in a blue vault.Near the Body
Clothing White dress shirt, green sweater vest, brown leather belt, black pants On the Body

Case Contributors

Lauri McGivern, Medicolegal Death Investigator
Vermont Office of Chief Medical Examiner
(802) 863-7320