Circumstances of Recovery: Remains found in a wooded area east of Old Dixie Highway at 269 Street.
Vietnam War Casualty List - State Level
The National Archives online appears to have his service information available now.
Ancestry has census info that puts him in Ohio in 1940.
Thank you to the Local History & Genealogy Center of Warren-Trumbull County Public Library for looking at this information and sending me what they found for Daniel Wilber Glassford.
They found: the city directory that lists him as being in the Army, his father's obituary that lists him as being in Miami Florida (and a sister in Indiana), and his high school yearbook photo.
Tampa Bay Cold Case Project | CASE 4
Hillsborough County Cold Case Service Learning Initiative
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HCSO Case No: 2011-063114
MEO Case No: ME11-00914
USF Case No: USF11-005
One morning while walking to work a man noticed someone lying on his back in the bushes. Realizing that the man was not moving, he called the authorities.
On Monday February 7th, 2011, Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office found the body of a deceased white male. The man was found lying on his back in a wooded lot just north of the intersection of Highland Manor Dr. and Falkenberg Rd. N. in Tampa, Florida. This area was approximately 15 feet from the sidewalk at that intersection. Due to the status of the body, it is believed that the man was in this wooded lot since at least Sunday, February 6th, 2011. The man’s identity is unknown.
CASE 4 Clothing
The man is approximately 40-60 years old, 5 feet 8 inches tall, and weighs approximately 151 pounds. He has brown eyes, medium length dark grey hair and a grey full untrimmed beard, mustache, and sideburns. The man has a knot on the right side of his forehead and a large black scar on his right shoulder. At the time he was found, he was wearing a black sweater with a Marine skull and wings graphic on the front and the words “Semper Fi” written on the back (size M), a long sleeved red button up sweater (no size label), a plain red Champion brand t-shirt (size L), a long sleeved Moose Creek brand blue, green, and yellow flannel shirt (size 1XL), a black Blizzard Professional Ultra brand hooded sweatshirt (size M), a pair of green and yellow Joe Boxer brand underwear with white duck graphics, a pair of Wrangler blue jeans (size 12 x 34), a black-brown colored belt, brown Rockport shoes (size 12), and plain black socks. The man may have lived in the general area surrounding the location that he was found.
A facial reconstruction that may resemble this individual and a reconstruction of the individual’s clothing were created by the Forensic Anthropology Laboratory at the University of South Florida.
If you have any information regarding the identity of this individual based on the above description and/or the facial and clothing reconstructions, please contact the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office. Please contact Detective Jason Oliver at 813-247-0567, or call the Criminal Investigations Division at 813-247-8600.
If you are looking for a missing person, contact The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) at www.NamUs.gov. NamUs is an online source that enables the public to search for as well as enter information about missing individuals. Many families have found their missing loved one by searching the site for unidentified individuals.
Hillsborough County Medical Examiner
Falkenburg Road at Highland Manor Drive, Tampa White male. 5'8," 151 lbs. Gray hair. Brown eyes. Forehead has distinctive lump. Clothing: Large plain red Champion t-shirt, XL long sleeve Moose Creek blue-green-yellow flannel shirt, medium Black Blizzard Prof Ultra hoodie, green and yellow Joe Boxer underwear with white ducks on them, Wrangler blue jeans size 12 x 34, black / brown belt, medium black sweater with Marine and skull with wings on front and Semper Fi written on back, long sleeve red button-up sweater (no size label on it), brown size 12 Rockport shoes, black socks. Homeless.
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. (CBS12) — Detectives are asking for the public's help in identifying a man who was found floating in the Atlantic Ocean at least a decade ago.
The body of a man who was at least 65-years-old was discovered floating about five miles east of the Boynton Beach Inlet on Sept. 7, 2003, the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office said. The PBSO Marine Unit recovered the body and an autopsy didn't reveal any trauma to the body.
The body was believed to be in the water for less than 24 hours and went into the water in Miami-Dade or Broward Counties, according to the sheriff's office. The man was wearing a white T-shirt, white polo shirt with black and brown pinstripes on the border of the sleeves and neckline, khaki pants, blue underwear, brown socks, no shoes and had a brown weaved leather belt.
Detectives released a composite sketch of the man, including a maritime tattoo on his right forearm.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Detective John Cogburn at (561) 688-4063, email: email@example.com, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS (8477) or submit an anonymous tip through the PBSO app.
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