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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Doe

The names "John Doe" or "John Roe" for men, "Jane Doe" or "Jane Roe" for women, "Johnny Doe" and "Janie Doe" for children, or just "Doe" ...

mentalfloss.com/article/29996/why-are-unidentified-people-called-john-or-jane-doe

Most U.S. jurisdictions continue to use John Doe and his female counterpart, Jane, as placeholder names, and will bring in Roe if two anonymous or unknown  ...

blog.roblox.com/2017/03/real-backstory-john-doe-jane-doe-myths

Mar 21, 2017 ... For many years, there has been lore circulating around John Doe and Jane Doe within the community. This year, we've decided that it's time to ...

roblox.wikia.com/wiki/Community:John_Doe_and_Jane_Doe

John Doe and Jane Doe​ were test accounts created by ROBLOX founder David Baszucki and...

robloxcreepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/The_Horrifying_Story_of_John_Doe_and_Jane_Doe

Have you heard of the story? The story of the two users... John Doe and Jane Doe? They were...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=John+and+Jane++Doe&v=h2xaA1rmr90
Jul 4, 2015 ... The real truth of John Doe and Jane Doe, myth is busted. ;D https://blog.roblox. com/2017/03/real-backstory-john-doe-jane-doe-myths/.
www.ask.com/youtube?q=John+and+Jane++Doe&v=CrdpzQOJz0M
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www.quora.com/How-did-the-names-John-Jane-Doe-become-placeholders-for-unknown-and-unidentified-persons

According to "What's In A Name?" by Paul Dickson (http://www.amazon.com/ Whats-Name...) this practice dates back to a legal debate in England during the time of ...

knowyourmeme.com/memes/john-doe-jane-doe

John Doe and Jane Doe​ are accounts created by deceased ROBLOX co- founder Erik Cassel in 2004, although their join dates are listed as February 27, 2006.

english.stackexchange.com/questions/33866/john-doe-jane-doe-why-are-they-used-many-times

The specific of John Doe is probably that it rhymes - and John is a very common English name. It's a very old (medieval) English usage but is now ...