Jesse Edward James (born August 31, 1875 – March 26, 1951), commonly known as Tim, was the only surviving son of American outlawJesse Woodson James. He was born in Nashville, Tennessee during the height of JesseJames' career as an outlaw. His mother was Zerelda, JesseJames' wife and his first cousin.
17.09.2012 [Nebraska City News Press] - As spectacularly as he lived JesseJames, famous Missouri outlaw, died April 3,1882, in St. Joseph, shot by Robert Ford, a member of his gang. Unrecognized, the mild mannered outlaw had been living in St. Joseph with his wife and two children for
27.08.2012 [Huffington Post] - The missing head of Australia's most infamous outlaw, a Down Under contemporary of JesseJames who also became a folk hero in his country, may have been found in the cupboard of a self-described witch in New Zealand. The Herald On Sunday reports
22.08.2012 [Myguidon] - Missouri is steeped in history with historic sites, from famous cemeteries to Civil War battle sites to the elusive buried treasures of JesseJames, who was a notorious outlaw until he became a legend. The JesseJames Home Museum, where Jesse was shot
06.09.2012 [Complex.com (blog)] - That Call of Juarez teaser image from yesterday didn't disappoint—in the wee hours of the morning, Ubisoft delivered the above trailer to our inboxes with details about the next Call of Juarez game, subtitled "The Gunslinger." Slated for release in
14.09.2012 [Stillwater Gazette] - Afterwards, Frank and JesseJames managed to elude captors but the three Youngers were not as lucky. Burdened with life sentences, the Youngers served their time not more than one hundred yards from where Koblas will discuss the many years they spent