Who we are:
Stray Leaves is the official website for the family of Frank & Jesse James.
Our website address is: http://www.ericjames.org
Stray Leaves is published by Eric F. James in conjunction with The James Preservation Trust and Cashel Cadence House.
What we do:
We research, document, and report the family history and genealogy of the family of Frank & Jesse James, their related families, plus their relevant social communities. What we learn, we make available for informational, educational, and entertainment purposes. We invite collaboration.
How To Contact Us:
Or you may write us via postal mail at:
211 Wilderness Rd.
Danville, KY 40422 USA
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What personal data we collect and why we collect it:
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When do we collect data from you?
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Your contact information:
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How long we retain your data:
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