Wellington County John Doe was a man whose skeletal remains were found along Wellington County Road between Guelph and Cambridge, Ontario in 1970.
He is believed to have been deceased for approximately 20 years.
- Short stature (between 5'3 and 5'5).
- Teeth in excellent condition, but with some marked wear.
- Severe osteoarthritis in his lumbar area.
Clothing and accessories
- Yellow carpenter's pencil.
- Tin spectacle case.
- 9 various buttons were found: 1 overcoat button, 1 trouser button, 3 shirt buttons, 4 underwear buttons.
- Some pieces of fabric that may be from a white shirt and white socks.
- Six Canadian and American coins dated 1936-1945.
- Half-soled Oxford shoes, size 7.5-8.
- Leather belt, size 32, with a Steer's head buckle.
- Grey fedora, with the initials "J.U.", "Calhoun's", and "Bathersby" in the hat band.