Make-a-List Monday: State Capitals #10

The last of the state capitals lists. See the previous 9:

Alabama — California
Colorado — Georgia
Hawaii — Iowa
Kansas — Maryland
Massachusetts — Missouri
Montana — New Jersey
New Mexico — Ohio
Oklahoma — South Carolina
South Dakota — Vermont

Richmond, Virginia

  1. Jamal Abdul’Faruq
  2. William Adkins
  3. Alex Felipe Bolanos-Martinez
  4. Doris Ann Brown
  5. Benjamin Lloyd Coffey
  6. Randall William Collins
  7. Melanie A. Davis
  8. William Keith Dean Jr.
  9. Jonathan Samuel Dorey
  10. Lander Stanhope Freeman
  11. Annie Doris Horne
  12. Hazel Alice Klug
  13. Laverne Denise Lewis
  14. Robert Sidney Long
  15. Benjamin Andrew Lott
  16. Richard William Miller Jr.
  17. Patricia Ann Schmidt
  18. Joseph Slaughter
  19. Elizabeth Ann Thomas
  20. Jaisle Elizabeth Thomas
  21. Stephanie Collette Wallace
  22. Brittany Renee Williams
  23. Jimmy Lewis Williams III

Olympia, Washington

  1. David Reuben Boniske
  2. Michelle Renee Maitland
  3. Donna Gail Manson
  4. Lynenne Lavette O’Neill
  5. Shantina Marie Smiley

Charleston, West Virginia

  1. Bobby Eugene Adams
  2. Robert L. Shaffer
  3. Starina Marie Woods

Madison, Wisconsin

  1. Patricia Gail Arnold
  2. Robert Lewis Christian
  3. John Edward Christoph
  4. Danius W. Johnson
  5. Wook Kim
  6. Amos Kale Mortier
  7. Rita R. Rahn
  8. Jeanette Louise Zapata

Cheyenne, Wyoming

  1. Casey Franklin Harper

That’s all, folks.

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3 thoughts on “Make-a-List Monday: State Capitals #10

  1. Giola July 17, 2017 / 7:39 am

    No one disappears in New York?

  2. Giola July 17, 2017 / 7:47 am

    Nevermind, sorry. Thought the previous list was only Alabama, New Mexico, etc. Didn’t know it actually revealed alphabetical order

  3. LuAnn Miller July 17, 2017 / 11:58 am

    Thank you so much for all you do. Your website has been a source of fascination for months. Although i have not experienced a loved one that was never found, I have experienced all of my kids disappearing at various times when they are young adults for short periods of time. Sadly the last time my son disappeared he was found deceased. There is so much guilt and regret from that. Thank you again for your efforts in getting the pics and names out there so those people are not forgotten.

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