The names "John Doe" or "John Roe" for men, "Jane Doe" or "Jane Roe" for
women, or "Johnnie Doe" and "Janie Doe" for children, or just "...
Feb 15, 2012 ... Most U.S. jurisdictions continue to use John Doe and his female counterpart,
Jane, as placeholder names, and will bring in Roe if two ...
It's pretty simple, at the time; Jane was the most common female name, John the
most common male name, Doe the most common surname. Heres what I came ...
JANE DOE · JANE DOES · JANE DOE · JOHN DOE · JOHN DOE · JOHN DOE ·
JOHN DOES · JANE DOE · JANE DOE · JANE DOE · JANE DOE · JOHN DOE.
And as everbody knows John Doe is the male version of the name. Alicia Key's
Jane Doe represents any women... Not especially someone who tries to steal ...
a general word for a man(see also Jane Doe). The police were not able to
identify the victim, so they simply refered to him as John Doe. by Light Joker
Jul 12, 2011 ... More recently, besides John/Jane Doe, certain names have come to be
associated with qualifying information regarding the anonymous ...
Jun 24, 2007 ... Best Answer: 'John Doe' and 'Richard Roe' come from the time of England's King
Edward III (1312-1377). They were used in a legal debate ...
Oct 4, 2007 ... Best Answer: There was this legal debate in old England regarding the Acts of
Ejectment involving a hypothetical landowner named John Doe ...
Mar 15, 2003 ... Q From Kevin Webster: I have spent two hours searching the Net for information
about the expressions John Doe and Jane Doe that American ...