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  1. Digore
    Jesse James and Frank James, two brothers who were among the most notorious outlaws of the American West, engaging in robberies that came to typify the hazards of the 19th-century frontier as it has been portrayed in motion-picture westerns. Reared on a Missouri farm, Jesse and Frank shared their.
  2. Bajora
    May 31,  · Only one great-grandchild of Jesse James has three distinct lines of James ancestry. The three lines offer indisputable evidence that the ancestry of the Jesse James family is more extensive and permeating than formerly known. Moreover, it is a sure guarantee that Elizabeth Ann Barr is .
  3. Moogulmaran
    The legend of Jesse James does not mention his most extraordinary feat--that he staged his own death. According to Bud Hardcastle (a Jesse James historian) and Granbury residents, this definitely is the case. Jesse James led the life of a Confederate hero while .
  4. Gardatilar
    May 14,  · Jesse James, his brother Frank James, and the rest of the James–Younger Gang were infamous American outlaws who took whatever they wanted. But while Jesse was thirsty for fame and reckless, Frank, despite his standing as a robber, preferred the company of his family and a good book.
  5. Meztisar
    Jesse James was born on September 5, , in Kearney, Missouri. James and his brother Frank served for the Confederate Army before embarking on criminal careers in the Old travunexfatathu.neubrihufropamonarbechevselybir.infoinfo: Sep 05,
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  7. Sataur
    James Gang Members. Gang Members Roster. Note: 44 of the 82 gang members listed here were Quantrill’s Rebel Partisan Rangers * (Alias’ noted in parenthesis) Jesse Woodson James. Jesse W. James* (JD Howard, Wm Campbell, Charles Lawson).
  8. Samushicage
    Jesse James summary: Jesse Woodson James was born into a hardworking family. His parents lived in Clay County Missouri, where Jesse and his two full siblings were born. Robert James, Jesse’s father, was a successful farmer who eventually helped found William Jewell College located in Liberty, Missouri.