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Comment by Carl Koppelman on June 10, 2012 at 10:36pm

Anne - Do you know if Judith has ever been compared to the Irondequoit Jane Doe?

http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/122ufny.html

Their smiles look very similar, and the heights, age, and timeframe are pretty much inline.

The key identifier of this Jane Doe are the foil restorations at the gumline of her four upper incisors.  I can't tell from the photos if she had that type of dental work, but nevertheless, the NamUs case manager says that they would only be visible if she had a "toothy smile".  They were not able to get DNA from the Jane Doe, so dentals would be the only way to identify her.

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