Not on NamUs, Part I

Awhile back someone, via this blog, asked me to make a list of MP cases that aren’t yet on NamUs, so she could add them. I can’t remember who asked anymore, or how to get in touch with that person. But I have started the list, and figured I might as well post what I’ve got on here.

What I’m posting now is JUST THE BEGINNING — there are a lot more that can be added. So stay tuned for more.

  1. Malloum Mboulou Abakar
  2. Elizabeth Jean Acton
  3. William Adkins
  4. Randolph Alger
  5. Curtis Allen Sr.
  6. Dennie Dale Allen
  7. Andrew James Barnett
  8. Benjamin Joseph Bearrick
  9. Weldon Berry
  10. Tor Robert Bilet
  11. Bruce Blackwood
  12. James Bowers Jr.
  13. Nathan Samuel Bowling
  14. Damien Gregory Bowser
  15. Charles Bruce Brantley
  16. Juan Manuel Briones
  17. Aaron Bustamante
  18. Michael Hugh Camilletti
  19. Marjorie Ellen Clatterbuck
  20. Benjamin Lloyd Coffey
  21. Randall William Collins
  22. Michael Lester Cooper
  23. Josette Cox
  24. Lawrence Edward Crenshaw
  25. Felicia Cox
  26. John T. Davis
  27. Parker Davis
  28. William Keith Dean Jr.
  29. John Keoni De Mello
  30. Lance Austin Martin Doan
  31. John Parks Duty Sr.
  32. Keith Allan Fetter
  33. Andrew Fine
  34. Nathaniel Frazier
  35. Lander Stanhope Freeman
  36. Joanne Long Fugett
  37. Inez Garcia
  38. Webert Kaprice Georges
  39. Robert James Langhorne Gibbons
  40. Donna Kay Gibson
  41. Rafael Chavez Gonzalez
  42. Kathryn Bene’ Griffin
  43. Daniel Joseph Guido
  44. Miller Smith Harlow
  45. Deonta Lee Harrison
  46. Lynwood Hart
  47. Barkad Ilyas Hassan
  48. Daniel Jay Hatter
  49. Lily Mae Huff
  50. Kathleen Mary Hulderman
  51. Shamari James
  52. William Asa Jenkins
  53. Paula Wayne Jones
  54. Gordon Kealoha
  55. Roxanne Lacson
  56. Janelle Ledford
  57. Robert Edward Lee Jr.
  58. Laverne Denise Lewis
  59. Isidro Limon Jr.
  60. Wynn Lindsey
  61. Consuela Sheena Marie Malone
  62. Gerald Mariano
  63. Andrew Michael Paul McClure
  64. Brodie McClure
  65. In Chin McDonald
  66. Michael Merritt
  67. John Brent Myers
  68. Tomas Nunez
  69. Amara Fayiah Nyorkor
  70. Hamza Ahmed Okie
  71. Joseph William Oliver
  72. Leroy Willard Owen
  73. Leroy Palmer
  74. Kirk Passmore
  75. Demakia A. Phinizee
  76. Daylenn Pua
  77. David Kawika Pukahi
  78. Jeffrey Lee Quick
  79. Eric Reese
  80. James Bruce Richardson
  81. Larry Gene Robertson
  82. Marcus Andrapolis Robinson
  83. Earnest Rodgers Jr.
  84. Edgar Hugo Rodriguez-Rojas
  85. Glenn Warren Rogers
  86. Earl Roman
  87. Peggy Irene Roppel
  88. Davik LeVrai Brendan Ross
  89. Jose Alberto Salucio-Ramirez
  90. Chad Allen Scudder
  91. Waverly Grayson Sharpe
  92. Scott Edward Shirk
  93. Ronald Guy Singley
  94. Lauren Susanne Smith
  95. Lorenzo Smith Jr.
  96. Natalie Stewart
  97. Stuart Henry Stradtner
  98. LaKisha Taylor
  99. David Tyll
  100. Bobbie Venenongsoth
  101. Haonan Wang
  102. Marianne Waters
  103. Erik Whaley
  104. Loida Gabon Wideman
  105. Kathleen Nalley Williams
  106. Charles D. Wilson
  107. Danielle Amber Wilson
  108. Harry Lee Womack
  109. Howard Kenneth Woolwine
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9 thoughts on “Not on NamUs, Part I

  1. Umbrella Pogo August 24, 2017 / 2:06 pm

    Might have been me who asked about this! I was interested in having an easy to view list of MPs not on NamUs to conmpare to John and Jane Does.

  2. Christie Groves August 24, 2017 / 2:38 pm

    I also asked so I can enter them for Dustin as he is behind in entry data, thanks so much.

  3. Marco August 24, 2017 / 3:57 pm

    How come some cases make it on NamUs and others don’t? I can imagine they get backed upfrom time to time.

    • forthelost August 24, 2017 / 7:22 pm

      A case that’s verified is “in” Namus, but they’re not always publically visible. I’m not sure why some are and some aren’t. (There’s some that are that they’ve already found partial remains, which baffles me. If any case should be not visible it’s one of those.)

    • whereaboutsstillunknown August 24, 2017 / 8:45 pm

      I was told that some cases aren’t there because nobody has entered them. It is mainly family members and law enforcement (as opposed to Namus staff) that enter them, though anyone can do it. Law enforcement isn’t required to enter their cases, which Namus is trying to change. There’s an article about this somewhere, I’m sure I can find it if anyone wants to read it b

      • sheila August 26, 2017 / 2:48 am

        family members and the public cannot enter or change anything on NamUs only law enforcement and/or NamUs staff assigned to that case or area. All that the public can do is track cases in NamUs.

  4. sheila August 26, 2017 / 2:46 am

    Also Patty Gaye Hogue- Tolivar August 1978 Modesto California – information is posted on Websleuths she is another Pat in our family that is missing aside from my brother Patrick Beavers it is presumed her husband (serial killer) James Tolivar murdered her (I may have spelled last name wrong it may be Toliver)

    • Meaghan August 26, 2017 / 2:18 pm

      She can’t be on my list because she’s not on the Charley Project. I’d like to add her but I have no photo of her.

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