What happened to James Tedford?
James Tedford (1949) Tedford (also spelled as Teford or Tetford), a veteran, was the third person to disappear. He went missing on December 1, 1949, exactly three years after Paula Welden had disappeared. Tedford was a resident of the Bennington Soldiers’ Home.
What happened to Paula Jean Welden?
Weldon’s fate remains uncertain, and was one of several unexplained disappearances in the same area at the time….Paula Jean Welden.
|December 1, 1946 (aged 18) Bennington, Vermont, U.S.
|Declared dead in absentia
|5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)
How old was James Edward Tedford when he died?
James E Tedford (often referred to as Tetford) was born around 1884 in Vermount. Not much is known about his early life, but by 1940 he was resident in Fletcher Town, Franklin, VT with his younger wife Pearl (she was aged 28 and he was 56)
Where did James Edward Tedford get on the bus?
Tedford was seen getting on the bus in St Albans by multiple witnesses, and was seen still on the bus at the last stop before arriving in Bennington. Somewhere between the last stop and Bennington, Tedford vanished. Strangely all his belongings were still on the luggage rack, and a local bus timetable lay open on his empty seat.
When did James Edward Tedford go missing in St Albans?
On December 1, 1949 Tedfords remaining family reported him missing. Police investigations and reports show he boarded a bus in St Albans a few days earlier, but that he had not arrived at his destination. Tedford had vanished mysteriously during the last part of the trip.
When did James Edward Tedford move to Bennington?
Desperate and lonely, Tedford checked into a soldiers home in Bennington sometime around 1947. On December 1, 1949 Tedfords remaining family reported him missing.