Person:Jesse James (19)

Watchers
m. 24 Apr 1874
  1. Jesse Edwards James1875 - 1951
  2. Montgomery James1878 - 1878
  3. Gould James1878 - 1878
  4. Mary Susan James1879 - 1935
m. 2 Jan 1900
Facts and Events
Name[1] Jesse Edwards James
Gender Male
Birth[1] 31 Aug 1875 Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee
Marriage 2 Jan 1900 Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri(had 4 daughters)
to Stella Frances McGown
Death[1] 26 Mar 1951 Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California
Obituary[2] 27 Mar 1951 Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
Burial[1] Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, Los Angeles County, California
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Find A Grave.
  2. The Kansas City Times. (Kansas City, Missouri), Tuesday, March 27, 1951.

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    Death of: Jesse JAMES, Jr.
    Date: Monday, March 26, 1951
    Place: at home
    Born: 31 August 1875 Nashville, Tennessee
    Married: 1900 Kansas City, Missouri

    Residence: Los Angeles, California

    Occupation:
    Office boy (age 12) for T. T. Crittenden, Jr., lawyer & son of the Governor of Missouri
    Clerk at Armour Packing Plant
    Ran cigar stand at the courthouse
    Ran pawnshop & jewelry store at 207 E. 20th St., Kansas City, Missouri
    Author of: "Jesse James, My Father" (1899)
    Lawyer (passed bar examination in June 1906)
    Associated with firm of Latshaw & Latshaw
    Moved to West coast in 1926
    Practiced law

    Education: Honor graduate, Kansas City School of Law

    Father: Jesse Woodson James, died 3 April 1882

    Survivors:
    Wife: Mrs. Stella James of the home
    Daughter: Mrs. Jo Frances Ross of the home
    Daughter: Mrs. Lucille Lewis, Los Angeles
    Daughter: Mrs. Estelle Baumel, Los Angeles
    Daughter: Mrs. Ethel Rose Owens, Los Angeles
    Grandson: Randall Ross, graduate of Pennsylvania University Law School
    Grandsons: two others
    Granddaughter: one

    Services:
    Funeral - March 28, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, California