Pond Jane Doe from the Granite State 2019

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Description: 

In 2019, a woman turned over a human cranium to the New Hampshire State Police. She reported that her late husband had discovered the partial skull in the 1930s and had kept it his entire life.

The partial skull is believed to be from a young woman between 15-18 years old. Bomb pulse testing confirmed the young woman had likely died prior to 1942.

This case is in partnership with the New Hampshire State Police and the Forensic Anthropology Identification and Recovery Lab (F.A.I.R. Lab) at UNH.

Date Body Found: 

2019

Race: 

undetermined

Sex: 

Female

Estimated Age: 

15-18

Estimated PMI: 

undetermined

Agency of Jurisdiction:

NH State Police
Detective Christopher Elphick
(603) 223-3856
[email protected]

Status: 

Undergoing Testing

Doe-Nate Fund Goal: 

$4,962

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Last Updated: May 12, 2023

Posted on

May 12, 2023