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Jesse W. James in 1864 at age 17, as a young guerilla fighter. Photograph by Taylor's Copying Company, St. Louis. Missouri History Museum Photographs and Prints Collections. Portraits. N12571.


Quantrill’s Raider George Maddox (1831-1901) - Main Scout- & Pro-Confederate “Bushwhacker” Survived the War In January 1862, Maddox, along with Fletch Taylor and others, joined William C. Quantrill’s band as some of the guerrilla chieftain’s earliest recruits. Maddox participated in actions at Pleasant Hill, Missouri 1862, Lawrence, Kansas 1863, Baxter Springs, Kansas 1863 and Centralia, Missouri, 1864.


Frank James' wife, Annie Ralston James, a young woman here. She was well-educated, however, she was publicity shy and preferred not to greet the hordes of visitors to the farm after Frank died.


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