Not on Namus, Part VI

Yet another one of my “Cases not on Namus” lists; here are parts I, II, III, IV and V.

  1. Elizabeth Alair
  2. Abdul Jibril Alexander
  3. Carolyn M. Allen
  4. Marcos Antonio Ayala
  5. Krystal Bailey
  6. Nathaniel Bassett Jr.
  7. Jesse Benz
  8. Jacinto Bernal-Cruz
  9. Danielle Ann Boudreaux
  10. Raymond Richard Broadnax
  11. Manuel Alberto Camacho
  12. Ledian Campos-Frometa
  13. Darrel Emory Canterbury Jr.
  14. Jose Chan
  15. Kenneth Wayne Cole
  16. Franklin Lamar Cromer
  17. Dashera Lamona Davis
  18. William Joseph Davis
  19. Helena Georgette Kikutu De Nogueira Ferrao
  20. Henrique Rafael Kikutu De Nogueira Ferrao
  21. Lechmani Desroches
  22. Djennita Dieudonne
  23. Jesus Dominguez
  24. Alice Bell Dorton
  25. Mary Dussich
  26. Erika Mae Edwards
  27. Owen Robert Frame
  28. Jacques Pierre Gamache
  29. Juanesha T. Gamble
  30. Walter George
  31. Maurice Gipson
  32. Randy Clark Gray
  33. Gust William Griechen IV
  34. Edgar Ray Hale
  35. Macklin Marie Harris
  36. Jade Elyssa Henning
  37. Sandra Elizabeth Henry
  38. Virginia Garcia Hernandez
  39. Terrance Moise Jackson
  40. Jaxie Bernadette Jamerson
  41. Marvin James Johnson
  42. Brian Lee Jones
  43. Sumi Gail Juan
  44. Tai Yung Lau
  45. Jerrold Lewis
  46. David Lincoln
  47. Janna Lopez
  48. Angel Martinez
  49. Olvin Misael Martinez-Sevilla
  50. Edna Faye McIntyre
  51. Anastasia T. Meaders
  52. Michael Edwin Mikos
  53. Henry Molina Jr.
  54. Linda Lashae Moody
  55. Luis Francisco Navarro
  56. Jeremy Lee Olson
  57. Brian Joseph Page
  58. Sherry Michaud Petersen
  59. Karen Ramirez
  60. Denise Christine Rodriguez (but Richardo Lupercio is on there; go figure)
  61. Mario Sanjines
  62. Blaze Sanders
  63. Brandon Lee Sandoval
  64. Justin Schuck
  65. Ana Sebastian Lorenzo
  66. James Edward Slama
  67. Todd Snell
  68. Susan Elizabeth Soucheck
  69. Michael Staton
  70. Jose Vidal Torres-Trevino
  71. Hayde Beatriz Vasquez
  72. Hugo Vasquez
  73. Reina V. Vito
  74. Ashley Ann Williams
  75. Tanisha Williams
  76. Devin P. Wright
  77. Isadore Zeesman

9 thoughts on “Not on Namus, Part VI

  1. Christie September 24, 2018 / 12:31 pm

    I will work on getting more in tonight. I got like 9 in, but they are not in my list now on NamUs so I am waiting to hear where they went.

  2. Patrick Kerrigan September 25, 2018 / 10:54 pm

    I pulled up Macklin Marie Harris case. I clicked on the Facebook link, and it shows her name as Macklin Gorham, with her current city as Grandview, Missouri and Redding as her hometown. Something to check out, for an explanation.

    • Meaghan September 26, 2018 / 6:51 am

      Yeah, I saw her Facebook and pulled photos from it.

  3. Patrick Kerrigan September 25, 2018 / 11:35 pm

    I did more research on Macklin Marie Harris, and found a Kansas Missing & Unsolved Twitter page. It showed a Missing Person flyer for Macklin Marie Harris Gorham. She was missing from Grandview, Missouri, since July 10, 2016.

    It then explains that she moved to Kansas City about 5 years ago, briefly moved to California and then returned to Grandview within the last few weeks.

    Then it appears she was found safe on September 22, 2016.

    So it might explain why she is not in NamUs. Also, it appears she may have been arrested a couple of times.

    Also, a Family Tree Now entry for a Richard Henry, who was born in 1950. Supposedly, she is identified as a possible relative.

    He supposedly lives in Seattle, Washington, but supposedly lived in several places in Michigan, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and California.

    One of the locations in California, was 3100 S. Market Street, in Redding. I wonder if she likes to wander. Also, where in Redding, did she live.

    The search continues for more abswere

    • Meaghan September 26, 2018 / 6:50 am

      She’s missing again. She disappeared again last September.

    • Christie September 26, 2018 / 12:46 pm

      Sounds like she is unstable. Great research Patrick. Thank you. Sounds like the family should just assume she is floundering around she probably didn’t pay her cell bill or something.

      • Meaghan September 26, 2018 / 12:53 pm

        The thing is, the annals of missing persons and unidentified bodies are FULL of flaky, unstable people whose families assumed they’d just buggered off yet again.

  4. Kaylara November 27, 2018 / 11:45 pm

    I entered Lechmani Desroches case into Namus last year at the request of his sister. It was removed from my Namus queue without any kind of an explanation and was never published. As far as I know, he’s still missing.
    I’m currently entering in Jade Henning at her friend’s request. I’ll check the rest of your lists and try to get as many as I can entered.

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