South Haven Jane Doe was a young woman whose remains were located in Michigan in 1904.
The woman's remains were discovered on the shore of Lake Michigan. For an unspecified reason, authorities believed she previously resided in Brooklyn, New York. They elaborated she was likely a homicide victim but did not indicate how she was killed.
- A ring of hair framed in gold forming a pair of clasped hands.
- Inside the band was initialed "R.K"
- Several other items are implied to have been found but were not described.
- The victim is referred to as a "young woman" by sources. The span listed is an approximation.