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2007

Sheddy, a single mother, was first reported missing in November 2007 from the farm in Pocomoke. Sheddy had moved to the Byrd Rd. residence just about two months earlier and shared the residence with another couple Clarence “Junior” Jackson and Tia Johnson, along with Johnson’s two children, and Hadel, who is Johnson’s cousin. Sheddy was reported missing on November 13, 2007, touching off a massive search in the area of the Byrd Rd. residence where she had been living with her two young children. Sheddy’s remains were found buried on the grounds of the River House in February 2010 after a tip to investigators from an anonymous source.

http://thepocomokepubliceye.blogspot.com/2010/02/remains-found-in-quiet-snow-hill.html?m=1

Body: Remains Found In Quiet Snow Hill, Thought to be Missing Mother Christine Sheddy

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