Newly discovered, authenticated photo of Jesse James and Robert Ford, ca.1880’s [[MORE]] Source: http://www.chron.com/national/article/Lost-photo-of-Jesse-James-assassin-Robert-Ford-6540749.php
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JESSE AND FRANK JAMES RARE PHOTO QUANTRILL RAIDERS GUERRILLAS c1861
Jesse Woodson James 1847-1882 Kearney City Cemetery, Kearney Missouri Confederate Soldier. Robber. Murderer.
Jesse James' first train robbery was July 21, 1873 near Adair, Iowa. The engine, tender, and baggage cars were derailed and the engineer killed. Jesse and his brother Frank, approached the expressman with cocked 44’s. The James-Younger gang rode off with nearly $3,000—worth about $51,000 today.
From left to right: Zerelda "Zee" Amanda Mimms James, 1845-1900. Married Jesse April 24, 1874. Anna "Annie" Ralston james, 1853-1944. Eloped with Frank June 1874. Susan Lavenia James Parmer, 1849-1889. Sister of Frank and Jesse James. Married former bushwhacker Allen Parmer in 1870. Jesse James Farm and Museum 21216 James Farm Rd., Kearney, MO 64060
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James Farm where Jesse and Frank grew up. Kearney, Mo. Original grave of Jesse (body moved to new location years ago).
Young Jesse James (approx. 16 yrs. of age). Missouri bushwhacker riding with Bloody Bill Anderson.
William T. “Bloody Bill” Anderson (1838 – 1864) was a notorious Confederate guerrilla leader with whom Jesse James associated for a brief period during the Civil War.