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Joshua Wayne was the brother of [[Solomon Wayne (New Earth)|Solomon Wayne]]. While his brother worked as a federal judge, Joshua ran the many Wayne businesses.
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Together with his brother, they would use a cavern system to free slaves in Gotham. Solomon started to build a magnificent manor right above the caves to distract unwanted attention to their activities near the place. However, in 1860, Joshua was killed by bounty-hunters that chased him through the woods, although he managed to crawl home into the wine cellar and die without tarnishing the family name as a criminal.<ref>{{c|Batman: Shadow of the Bat #45}}</ref>
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After Joshua's death, the building was left unfinished and the place was deemed as haunted.<ref>{{c|Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #3}}</ref>
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The truth of Joshua's death was not discovered until over a century later.<ref>{{c|Batman: Shadow of the Bat #45}}</ref>
   
 
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Revision as of 18:20, 10 April 2019

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Joshua Wayne was the brother of Solomon Wayne. While his brother worked as a federal judge, Joshua ran the many Wayne businesses.

Together with his brother, they would use a cavern system to free slaves in Gotham. Solomon started to build a magnificent manor right above the caves to distract unwanted attention to their activities near the place. However, in 1860, Joshua was killed by bounty-hunters that chased him through the woods, although he managed to crawl home into the wine cellar and die without tarnishing the family name as a criminal.[1]

After Joshua's death, the building was left unfinished and the place was deemed as haunted.[2]

The truth of Joshua's death was not discovered until over a century later.[3]

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