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WI MILWAUKEE COUNTY JANE DOE: F, 40-60, found in Lake Michigan - 5 May 1974 *GRAPHIC*

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    Unidentified Person / NamUs #UP7792
    Female, White / Caucasian
    Date Found: May 5, 1974
    Location Found: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    Estimated Age Range: 40-60 Years
    Street Address: South SIde of Pier #5 (Jones Island) Lake MichiganMilwaukee, Wisconsin 53207
    County: Milwaukee County
    GPS Coordinates--
    Circumstances of Recovery: This unidentified female believed to be middle aged (aged 40 to 60) was found in Lake Michigan at Jones Island Pier #5 in May of 1974 in Milwaukee, WI. A pair of crutches was found in a barrel on top of the pier. She was believed to be Native American, Hispanic, or possibly Italian descent. Perhaps the best clue was a wedding ring. The ring had an inscription on the inside: Emiliano 28-1-1953.
    Details of Recovery


    Inventory of Remains
    All parts recovered
    Condition of Remains: Recognizable face
    Physical Description
    Hair Color: Black
    Head Hair Description: Hair was dark or black with slight graying. The length was not noted but in photo does not appear short
    Body Hair Description
    None
    Facial Hair Description
    None
    Left Eye Color
    Unknown or Missing
    Right Eye Color
    Unknown or Missing
    Eye Description
    Decomposition
    Distinctive Physical Features
    Item
    Description
    Artificial body part/aid
    Pair of crutches was found in a barrel at the pier, relationship to the decedent is unknown.


    Clothing and Accessories
    Item
    Description
    Accessories
    Three keys on a ring with a leather tab with smiling face inscribed Plastic container with upper denture $63.75
    Near the Body

    Clothing
    Light blue or khaki jacket with label "Misty Harbor LTD" Zepel. Manufactured in Boston. Olive sweater Brown Levi's with large side pockets closed by copper snaps. Red belt Yellow bra and underwear
    On the Body

    Clothing
    All clothing on body
    Near the Body

    Eyewear
    None found
    On the Body

    Footwear
    Black leather boots Calf length yellow knit stockings
    On the Body

    Jewelry
    Mickey Mouse Watch with gray band Gold colored religious medal on a gold colored chain Gold colored wedding band with inscription (Emiliano 28-1-1953)
    On the Body
     

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