Unclaimed souls: WW2 vets, Holocaust survivors, murder victims

After six years of service in the U.S. Army, Leo Murphy might be buried in a veterans cemetery. Yet, his cremated remains sit on a shelf in the Bucks County morgue.

The name Margot Kowalski appears on a Nazi list of Jews whose citizenship was revoked under Adolf Hitler, while other records, supplied by the Burlington County Medical Examiner’s office, suggest she was buried in 2003 in an unmarked grave.

Alejandro Guerra was brutally stabbed in a public park in Norristown, according to news reports. Lori Sheridan, of Pottstown, was murdered with a shotgun blast to the abdomen, officials said. Todd Donohue, of Plymouth, was hit so hard by a Pontiac Sunfire that it left hemorrhaging in his brain, and fractured his spine and pelvis, according to police.

None got a funeral.

Casimir Shynkaruk came to America aboard the U.S.S. General R. M. Blatchford, a ship carrying Polish refugees to the U.S. as the Iron Curtain descended across Europe. A passenger manifest in the National Archives shows Shynkaruk entered the United States at age 11.

At age 60, he died in Bensalem, and 20 years later his cremated remains are sitting in the Bucks County coroner's office.

These are just some of the stories of the unclaimed dead — the physical remains of men, women and children — sitting on crowded shelves in county coroners’ offices in Bucks and Montgomery counties or laid to rest in unmarked graves in Burlington County.

Passenger manifest containing the name Casimir Shynkaruk.

Each has a story to tell. This news organization set about to tell those stories, going through old newspaper clippings, the National Archives, military records, phone directories, the Social Security Death Index, the U.S. Census, and voter registration data.

The Mercer Museum of Doylestown Borough provided free, unlimited access to its "vault," a temperature-controlled depository containing hundreds of thousands of materials, including photos from school yearbooks dating back nearly a century.

Despite all that data, the search was complicated, at best.

In some cases, names of deceased were misspelled in morgue records.

The U.S. Social Security Death Index, a master list of more than 83 million deceased Americans, is available only for persons who died through the year 2013. So, anyone who passed away after that date could not be confirmed as deceased via the federal government records.

SSDI records contain Social Security numbers, names, dates of birth, and dates of death for each person. Yet, the Social Security Administration says it can't "guarantee the veracity" of its files. Some who are dead aren't listed in the records, and "the absence of a particular person is not proof this person is alive."

A record, written in German, documenting Margo Kowalski's birth.

Marriage also complicates things. Last names often change when women marry so birth certificates don’t always match death certificates.

Such was the case with Margot Kowalski, of Riverton, who became Margot Ashman in November 1967, according to Social Security Administration records. Those same documents list her father as Johann Kowalski, and that name appears on yet another list — the Holocaust Survivors and Victims database maintained by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. 

In Burlington County, she lies in a potter's field that goes largely unnoticed to the passing motorists on County Route 530 in Pemberton Township. A dirt road leads to a field of grass blocked by a single black chain and six orange cones. Two metal posts, each about the size of a stop sign, read "County Cemetery: No Trespassing."

Individual graves are unmarked.

In Montgomery County, officials keep cremated remains in boxes and canned receptacles. Some cans are dented. Notes of identification are fading with time.

In Bucks County, officials refused to allow reporters access to the room where nearly 200 cremated remains are stored.

Veterans in storage

The remains of at least four people in storage at local morgues belong to U.S. veterans, records show.

On Montgomery County's list of unclaimed dead, World War II veteran Leroy Bortner and his wife, Lucille, are entitled to military burial in a veterans cemetery. Yet, they sit in the Montgomery County morgue.

Bortner served in the U.S. Army from 1942 to 1946, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. According to a World War II veterans compensation application, he spent 32 months overseas and nine months in domestic service.

Montgomery County said it also had the cremated remains of a Benjamin Harrison, who died Dec. 16, 2009. Records from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs show a Benjamin Harrison, born May 9, 1958 and dead Dec. 16, 2009. According to Veterans Affairs, Harrison served in the U.S. Army from Aug. 16, 1977, to July 18, 1978.

Leroy Bortner's WWII draft record.

Bucks County's list of unclaimed dead includes Jack Foust, who died on Aug. 29, 2007, according to Bucks County records. The U.S. Social Security Death Index lists him as “Jack Allison Foust,” born May 25, 1927, and dead Aug. 29, 2007.

That name and birthday match a World War II registration card and World War II veterans compensation application form. The application shows Foust spent nine months in U.S. military service, beginning Oct. 21, 1945.

Murphy is also in the morgue after serving in the U.S. Army from August 1977 to November 1983, according to a Beneficiary Identification Records Locator Subsystem Death File provided via the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

He died at age 52, records show. By that time, he was homeless and living in the woods in Bristol Township.

Are other vets in storage? Possibly.

John McClintock is a common name. It appears on Bucks County's list of unclaimed dead. The county says he died Jan. 7, 2013, in Bensalem.

The Social Security Death Index lists the name as “John M. McClintock.” And, a “John M. McClintock” from Delaware County, Pennsylvania, appears in military records dated Aug. 6, 1947, to July 6, 1952.

Did Eugene Gorski, another unclaimed soul, serve in the Pacific during World War II?

Gorski appears on Bucks County’s list of unclaimed dead. He passed away in 2010 in Bensalem, according to the county. A search of old phone books shows a person named “Eugene J. Gorski” living at the Regency Apartments in Bensalem.

A “Eugene J. Gorski” appears on an April 4, 1946, muster roll for the crew of the U.S.S. Stag, a tanker dispatched to the South Pacific during World War II.

Is the John McClintock sitting in the Bucks County morgue the same who applied for veterans benefits?

Migrants misspelled

Some of the unclaimed dead were first-generation Americans or came here as migrant workers.

Responding to a right-to-know request, Burlington County released its list of names, dates of death, and burial information for all persons interred by the government since 1982.

Some were listed as “Unknown,” “Unknown Female,” or simply as “Body Parts.” In at least two cases, names were misspelled.

For example, Burlington County said it buried Gabriel Noe and “Hosea Ganzalez” in unmarked graves in 2003. A search of federal court records from that time shows two men — Gabriel Noe and Jose Gonzalez — killed on the job in Burlington County in 2002.

According to federal investigators, the pair came from Guatemala, seeking work on New Jersey farms. They were placed in the back of a 1988 Ford van that clipped a utility pole, throwing several workers from the vehicle, and leaving three men dead.

Following that incident, a farmer from Chesterfield paid $25,000 to the federal government, investigators said. One of the deceased, identified as Adan Chacha Chaga, was flown by the Mexican Consulate to his home state of Veracruz, investigators said.

It’s unknown whether any of Gonzalez's or Noe's relatives, then living in Guatemala, were ever notified of their deaths. Records show they were buried in Burlington County on Jan. 8, 2003, four months after they were killed.

Another unusual name on Burlington's list was “Patris Smirnous” with a date of death listed as June 29, 2005. That name could not be found anywhere in government records.

However, the Social Security Death Index lists a Patrick Smirnovs, who lived in Maple Shade and also died June 29, 2005. According to his application for Social Security benefits, Smirnovs was born in 1938 and immigrated to the U.S. from Russia.

For Smirnovs, no other information could be found. 

Take a tour of Burlington County's potter's field in Pemberton Township, where its unclaimed and indigent dead are buried in unmarked graves.

Total mysteries

In some cases, the unclaimed dead may never be known. Perhaps, they didn't want to be be known, officials speculate.

For example, who was Max Vondennaker? Bucks County said it has no idea.

According to county records, someone calling himself “Max Vondennaker” died in New Hope in 2007. He was cremated and his remains have been in the Bucks County morgue for 12 years, officials said.

Vondennaker isn’t listed in the Social Security Death Index. No one with the last name “Vondennaker” could be located anywhere in any birth, census, marriage, phone book, property, school yearbooks, or voter records, either.

“It’s possible this was not the man’s real name,” said Joseph Campbell, Bucks County coroner. “Maybe, someone moved to Bucks County and did not want to be found.”

Tragedy upon tragedy

In some cases, there can be no one left to claim the deceased.

On March 18, 1994, Lane Schmidt, and his wife, Brenna, took a stroll down South Union Street in Lambertville, New Jersey. The couple caught the eye of local news photographer from the Hunterdon Observer, which published images of the happy family.

Brenna Schmidt made the newspapers six years later and under much different circumstances. In January 2001, she was struck and killed by a driver on New Falls Road in Middletown, officials said.

Three years later, Lane Schmidt died, according to the Bucks County coroner's office, which said he was living in Levittown and passed away May 4, 2004. Nearly 16 years later, he remains in the county morgue, records show.

Lane Schmidt died three years after his wife. His body remains in the Bucks County morgue, 16 years later.

Giving up "Gypsy"

Andrea Tonti had few cherished possessions. But one was priceless: a beagle named “Gypsy.”

In 2009, Tonti was featured in a Trentonian news article on homelessness. At the time, Tonti, a native of Mercer County, was living in her car.

According to the story, Tonti was provided an apartment by the Mercer County Board of Social Services. But when the landlord discovered Tonti's dog, she chose homelessness with her dog.

According to the Bucks County records, Tonti passed away in Bristol Township in 2013, and she's been sitting in the Bucks County morgue ever since.

"I couldn't part with my dog," she told reporters back in 2009. "I love that dog."

Families contacted

In still more cases, families were contacted, officials said, yet, the dead remain unclaimed.

Such could be the case with Charles Bartholomew, who lived and died alone in 2014. The 57-year-old was found dead in his Perkasie apartment, after neighbors called police. At that time, Perkasie Police Chief Stephen Hillias told reporters that Bartholomew had family who lived out west, and that he'd died of natural causes.

Hillias earlier this year said he was shocked to learn Bartholomew was still sitting in the morgue.

At the newspaper's request, Perkasie's police chief pulled Bartholomew's case file.

“When a death is determined to be natural causes, we deferred to the coroner's office," he said. "But we had reached out and talked to the family and relayed all of that information.

"We did reach out to the family, that very day," Hillias insisted. “But, sometimes, I guess families just don’t respond the way you might expect them to respond.”

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Jack Allison Foust (CLAIMED)
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Leroy Bortner (CLAIMED)
Lucille Bortner (CLAIMED)
Eugene Gorski (CLAIMED)
James Merinar (CLAIMED)
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Julia H. Leedom (2020)
Larry Gall (2020)
Francis S. Isaac (2020)
Dorothy A. Campanella (2020)
Ida Hodum (2020)
Brian Moyer (2020)
Anthony Gentile (2020)
Mary Gothe (2020)
Fremont D. Anderson Jr. (2020)
Ann Sparks (2020)
Jayme Cochran (2020)
Robert Burns (2020)
Dorothy Weiss (2020)
Carol Sullick (2019. new details)
Barbara Broughton 2019
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Jose Carrasquillo (2019 case)
Francine Holtz (2019 case, new details)
Kathleen Clara Oliphant (2019 case, new details, photo)
Laura A. Wagner (2019 case)
Dwayne VanHart (2019)
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Daniel Mitchell (2019 case)
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John Wood Gotwals (2019 case, new details, photos)
Carl Stevens Jr. (2019 case)
David M. Landis (2019 case)
David G. Thomas (2019 case)
Wayne M. Donnelly (2011 case, new details)
Edward White (2016 case)
Melvin Clement (2013 case, new details)
Joel T. Scott (2014 case, new details)
Damir Norgorodsky (2002 case)
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Richard Stott (2017 case)
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John Albert Quillin (2018 case)
Tennyson Taffe (2017 case)
Dana Farrell (2018 case)
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Larry Dill (2018 case)
Michael Venezia (2018 case new photo, details)
Thomas O'Shaughnessy (2018 case)
Joseph Lewandowski (2018 case)
George Phipps (2018 case)
Albert Newman (2018 case)
Joseph P. Kosco (2009)
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Thomas Townsend (2018 case, new details)
George S. Slitzer Jr. (2013 case, photo, new details)
Bruce Douglas Nelson (2013 case, photo, new details)
John C. Barrow (2013 case, photo, new details)
Lawrence Thomas Hartnett (2010 case, photo, new details)
Larry John Hopkins (2018 case, new photo, details)
Rita C. Vega (2018 case, new details)
Constance (Wingate) Maley (2018 case, new details)
Nina Harris (2019 case)
John Parker (2018 case)
Thomas J. Morris (2018)
Stephen Suckey (2018)
Eunice (Jester) Lynch (2018 case, photo, new, details)
Dolores Scott (2018)
William Storm (2018)
Marguerite Harris (2018)
John Nace (2018 case)
Jorge Sanchez (2018)
Louis Filosi (2018 case)
Lawrence W. Plews (2018 case)
Scott Storm (2018)
Bettie K. Tate (2018)
Deborah Martin (2018)
Francis X. Worthington (2018)
Jeffrey Alan Hosbach (2018 case, photo new details)
Deborah Smith
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Alexander Boyd
Anne McDaniels (2019 case)
Brian Clark
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Margaret Gunnoe
Elizabeth Ashmore (2019 case, new details)
Frederick Walters
William Hunt ( 2018 case)
Nicholas Walter Kerrigan (2008 case, photo, new details)
Michael A. Machillo (2011 case, photo, new details)
Michael S. Murray (2009 case, photo, new details)
Regina Marie Chambers (2011 case, new details)
Lane A. Schmidt (2014)
Casimir Shynkaruk (1999)
Thomas William Patterson (2007 case, new details, photo)
Richard E. Brooks (2015)
Margot Ann Marie Ashman (2003 case, new details)
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Lorraine "Laverne" Duvinage (2011 case, photo, new details)
Charles Brooks (2006 case, photo)
Regina Bell Jones (2012)
Ronald R. Davis (2011)
James Yiashia (2007 case)
John W. Warner (2006 case)
Gerald S. Tokarczyk (2004 case)
Robert Oliver Thacker (1997 case, new details)
Mary Stephens (2008 case)
Peteris "Peter" Smirnovs (2005 case, new details)
Jose Gonzalez (2002 case)
Katharine McMullin (2008)
Helen Mae Wisler (2012 case, new details)
Andrea M. Tonti (2013)
Alejandro Guerra (2007 case, new details)
Carl Elvin Brewer (2009 case, new details)
Dolores Marie Mayer (2011)
Jan Heiko Gernaat (2014 case, new details)
Maria Feher (2014 case, new details)
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Todd Donohue (2016 case, new details)
Walter Paul Zahnhausen (2005 case, new details)
Frederick L. Johns (2004 case, new details)
Joseph J. Rivero Sr. (2013)
Caroline S. Reiser (2010 case, new details)
Isidoro Santiago (2013)
Harold A. Holmes (2010)
Paul Cereby (2013)
Robert L. Pettit (2013)
John C. Morgan (2013)
Ramon A. Moreno (2011)
Joseph F. Miller (2010)
Raymond H. Matlack (2015)
Joseph D. Manzo (2012)
Maria Jimenez (2010)
Christopher Jewell (2013)
Anna Henderson (2013)
Judith Hall (2011)
John W. Gale (2010 case, new details)
Charles Eckert (2011 case)
John J. Duffy (2010 case, new details)
Elaine F. Devlin (2012)
Daniel W. Degville (2008 case, new details)
Kenneth C. Degothseir (2011 case)
Norman Davis Jr.(2012)
Richard A. Coney (2009 case, new details)
Joseph Angelo Cioppi (2014 case, new photo, details)
Pao Chang (2011)
Pamela A. Burns (2009 case, photo, new details)
Marie Bringola (2010 case, new details)
Murray Ronald Bressler (2008 case, new details)
Denise L. Black (2011 case, photo, new details)
Charles Bartholomew (2014 case)
Richard S. Arrison (2010 case, new details)
Igor Yutsis (2017 case, new details)
Robert Harold Yoos (2015 case, new details)
Arthur A. Wentworth Jr. (2008 case)
Charles C. Way (2015 case, new details)
Douglas L. Walston (2013 case, new details)
Rafael Urena (2013 case)
Marie L. Taylor (2015 case, new details)
Kareem Sunra (2016 case)
Katherine Smith-Beene (1996 case)
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Wayne Simon (2016 case)
Carlton Paul Sharp (2017 case, new details)
Guillermo Salas (2006 case)
Roberto Rosario (2013 case)
Joseph Ritter (2011 case, new details)
Clifford Archer Pullen Sr. (2005 case, new details)
Barbara Prickett (2011 case, photo, new details)
Frank Polidori (2015 case)
James Pitrelli (2016 case)
Leonard Joseph Pennise (2005 case, photo, new details)
John Moore (2006 case)
Joyce Maggs (2017 case, new details)
Frank E. Maclaine (2014 case)
Annette Lippencott
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Gary Landis (2017 case)
Anthony Laino (2010 case)
John Koteny (2014 case)
Gregory Kavanagh (2002 case)
Theodore Jones (2010 case)
Arthur G. Jones (2009 case, new details)
Charles Hunt (2002 case)
Joseph Heber (2011 case, new details)
Jane Hillman (1999)
Judge Head (1982 case)
George R. Grant (1998 case, new details)
William Gorman (2003 case)
Elizabeth Gonczi (2014 case, new details)
Virginia Freeland (2015 case)
Charles France (2015 case)
Maurice Ford (2014 case)
Barbara Jane Donacoff (2007 case, photo, new details)
Katherine Dennis (2003 case)
Francis Daniels (1985 case)
William Corbett (2004 case)
Michael Conlan (2002 case)
Melvin Claighborne (1990 case)
Kelly Cisney (2005 case)
Ciriaco Chavez (1998 case)
Michael Carrino (2017 case)
John Burr (2017 case)
Raymond Burke (1991 case)
Joan I. Bruno (2004 case)
Catherine Bogner (1998 case)
Stuart Blaetz (2015 case, new details)
Robert Bennett (2016 case)
Reuben Baron (2014, new details)
Walter Ancrum
Joel D. Alpheaus Jr. (2008 case)
William Alloway (2017 case)
Ruth Allen (2001 case)
Robert L. Schusterman (2010 case)
James C. Sanders (2011 case)
Helena Gail Rybka (Ristaino) (2012 case, new details)
Daisy Roane (2010 case, new details)
Michael Quinn (2008 case)
Gladys G. Payne (1995 case)
Thomas Paioletti (2005 case)
Katsuko W. Padgett (1998 case, new details)
James Myer Nugba (2005 case, new details)
Gabriel Noe (2002 case)
Barbara Nelson (1997 case)
Francis J. McCloskey (1989 case)
Ann Marie (Boell) Martino (1995 case, new details)
John Manns (2008 case)
Albert A. Mannino (2005 case, new details)
Lewis Williamson (2008 case, new details)
Kenneth Lane (2012 case)
Constance W. Johnson (2003 case, new details)
Curtis Hardgrove (2007 case)
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Michael James Checccio (1996 case)
Robert W. Caggiano (2009 case)
Malcolm Richard Bright (2007 case, new details)
Bruce Allen Babcock (2009 case, new details)
Elise Alcott (2005 case, new details)
Philip Minoske (2017 case, new details)
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John Seyler (2017 case, new details)
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Robert Baines (2015 case)
John Finch (2015 case, new details)
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Melvin Imes Jr. (2015 case)
George Peters Jr (2014 case, new details)
Charles Schwanz (2014 case)
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Elaine Kein (2013 case, new details)
James Ronald Lehman (2013 case, new details)
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Raymond Heinle (2017)
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Phillip C. Long (2017)
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William Simpson III (2017)
William Barker (2017)
Lorraine Daniels (2017)
William C. Rothrock Jr. (2017)
Stacey F. Bell (2017)
Steven Williams (2017)
Thomas Bethea (2017)
Thomas Gaughan (2017)
Dolores Kraut (2017)
Katharine Baker (2017)
Joseph Goldstein (2017)
Sharon L. Howard (2017)
Luis Mora (2017)
John C. Baron (2017)
Rickey E. Ziegler (2017)
Michael F. Bradley (2017)
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Alex R. Chester Jr. (2017)
Richard Wilburn (2017)
Edward P. Brown Jr. (2017)
James Ryan (2016)
Kevin May (2016)
Mitchell Brahen (2016)
Sandra Coane (2016)
Gerarda Czechura (2016)
Thomas Baulo (2016)
Faith Price (2016)
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Victor Huffman (2016)
Lee Schantz (2016)
Howard E. Wright (2016)
Stanley Frederick (2016)
David Lamela (2016)
Robert C. Ruehl III (2016)
Barbara Norcross (2015)
Brenda Teel (2015 case)
Bruce Kershaw (2015)
David Rice (2015)
Harry Koble (2015)
Harry R. Miller (2015)
Augustus Tomlinson (2015)
Joseph P. Walters (2015)
Laura T. McDermott (2015)
Robert J. Williams III (2015)
Alvin E. Lyles (2015 case)
Carol Leitgeb (2015 case)
Stanley Zuckerman (2015 case)
Daniel Margot (2015)
Jerome Natoli (2015)
John Kendra (2015)
Elizabeth Pataway (2015)
Michelle Culbreath (2014 case)
Albert G. Ammon (2014 case)
George Collins (2014)
Richard A. Schaffer (2014)
George F. Umstead Jr. (2014 case, new details)
Fannie Hendley (2014 case)
Victor Louis Judge (2014, photo, details)
Sigmund S. Orlowski (2014)
Nazareth N. Ribiero (2014)
Nancy J. (Cutbertson) Guarnieri (2013 case, new details)
Robert E. Janson (2013)
William H. Woosley (2013)
Paul Kasten (2013)
Robert Zein-Walker (2013 case)
Mildred M. Haires (2013)
Amelia E. Caro (2013)
Charles Roughton (2012)
Heather Lyman (2012 case)
William Strauss (2012)
Rudolph Scipione (2012 case, new details)
Edith Spiegel (2012 case)
Leonard Wilson (2012)
Jack L. Scott (2011)
Charles E. Jones (2011)
Arnita James (2011 case, new details)
Russell Harry Woodington Jr. (2011 case, new details)
Patrick Watts (2010 case)
Bruce E. Nelson (2009)
Donna Jean Singer (2009 case, photo, new details)
Joseph Kosko (2009 case)
Betty Jones (2009 case)
Timothy E. Lee (2008)
William Francis Markey (2008 case, new details)
Julia B. Shaw (2008)
Richard R. J. Cadwallader Jr. (2008 case, new details)
Max Vondennaker (2007 case)
Catherine E. Grossmayer (2009 case)
Joseph Dunyan (2018 case)
Stephen Thomas Kirby (2017 case, new details)
Henry C. Weller (2010)
Frank Hornug (2009)
George McCabe (2018 case)
Robert McFeeters (2018)
Alfred Wainwright (2018 case)
Alonzo English (2018 case)
Billy Hogan (2018)
Mary H. Kea (2018 case)
James Golds (2011)
Francis Urbantz (2013)
Rickey Bryant (2010)
Charles Bellito (2010)
Don Shinsec (2019)
Gaspar G. Lopez (2019)
Eduardo Brinquez (2014)
Richard A. Shaffer (2014)
Lori McGuire (2014)
William Johnson (2017)
Robert L. Koble (2017)