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'''Washington, D.C. John Doe''' is a man who was killed on the Great Falls electric railroad on March 4, 1901 in Washington D.C. The remains were from the Georgetown University Hospital to the morgue at the sixth precinct upon the the coroner's order who possibly held to hold an inquest to determine responsibility of the death.
|name = Washington, D.C. John Doe
 
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|sex = {{M}}
 
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As the victim was not claimed by family or friends, he is buried in the Washington Asylum Potters Field. Few details are available in his case.
|race = {{Black}}
 
|span = {{age|1901|3|4}}
 
|found = March 4, 1901
 
|location = Washington D.C.
 
|postmortem interval = Same day
 
|body condition = Unknown
 
|age approximation = 18 - 99
 
|height approximation = N/A
 
|weight approximation = N/A
 
|cause of death = {{Ns}} (Possibly accidental)
 
}}'''Washington, D.C. John Doe''' is a man who was killed on the Great Falls electric railroad on March 4, 1901 in Washington D.C. The remains were from the Georgetown University Hospital to the morgue at the sixth precinct upon the the coroner's order who possibly held to hold an inquest to determine responsibility of the death. As the victim was not claimed by family or friends, he is buried in the Washington Asylum Potters Field.
 
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
 
*{{Find a grave|173267779|Washington, D.C. John Doe}}
 
*{{Find a grave|173267779|Washington, D.C. John Doe}}

Latest revision as of 06:35, 14 December 2020

Washington, D.C. John Doe is a man who was killed on the Great Falls electric railroad on March 4, 1901 in Washington D.C. The remains were from the Georgetown University Hospital to the morgue at the sixth precinct upon the the coroner's order who possibly held to hold an inquest to determine responsibility of the death.

As the victim was not claimed by family or friends, he is buried in the Washington Asylum Potters Field. Few details are available in his case.

Sources