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{{UID Infobox| title1=Caldwell County Doe| image1=ClintonCountyDC1927.jpg| discovered=April 21, 1927| span= {{age|1927|04|21}}| sex=Unknown| location=Kidder, Missouri| age=Unknown| race=Unknown| height=| weight=| condition={{Burned}}| pmi=Minutes| cod= {{V}}}}
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{{UID Infobox| title1=Caldwell County Doe| image1=ClintonCountyDC1927.jpg| discovered=April 21, 1927| span= {{age|1927|04|21}}| sex=| location=Kidder, Missouri| age=| race=| height=| weight=| condition={{Burned}}| pmi=Minutes| cod= {{V}}}}
'''Caldwell County Doe''' is an individual who was killed in a train wreck on the Burlington & Quincy railroad about four miles west of Kidder, Caldwell County, Missouri on April 21, 1927. They were very burned beyond recognition that their race and sex could not be determined. They were buried at the Packard Cemetery in Cameron, Clinton County, Missouri on April 30, 1927. Few details are available in their case.
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'''Caldwell County Doe''' was an individual who was killed in a train wreck on the Burlington & Quincy railroad about four miles west of Kidder, Caldwell County, Missouri on April 21, 1927. They were very burned beyond recognition that their race and sex could not be determined. They were buried at the Packard Cemetery in Cameron, Clinton County, Missouri on April 30, 1927. Few details are available in their case.
 
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* {{Find a grave|17464435|Caldwell County Doe}}
 
* {{Find a grave|17464435|Caldwell County Doe}}

Latest revision as of 13:24, 28 June 2021

Caldwell County Doe was an individual who was killed in a train wreck on the Burlington & Quincy railroad about four miles west of Kidder, Caldwell County, Missouri on April 21, 1927. They were very burned beyond recognition that their race and sex could not be determined. They were buried at the Packard Cemetery in Cameron, Clinton County, Missouri on April 30, 1927. Few details are available in their case.

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