Category Archives: DNA

The Eyes of Jesse James

Family records tell us that Jesse James‘ strongest features are his “soul-piercing crystal blue eyes.”


The Eyes of Jesse & Frank James

Sensitive to light, Jesse was known to blink his eyes often. A granulated eyelid condition occasionally caused his eyes to swell shut, particularly when asleep. These conditions are genetic and are experienced by others among the James family.


The Eyes of Jesse’s Children


The Eyes of Jesse’s Grandchildren


The Eyes of Jesse’s Great-Grandchildren


She’s Got Them

Elizabeth Danielle Ross Esq., a second-generation great-granddaughter of Jesse Woodson James
Danielle Brooke Suwczinsky is a third-generation great-granddaughter of Jesse Woodson James.

The Eyes of Frank James & His Son


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Do You Believe These Are Jesse James Eyes?

The artist Lois Gibson has authenticated these eyes as being Jesse James. Gibson has sued Stray Leaves, The James Preservation Trust, and Stray Leaves’ publisher Eric F. James because we say she is wrong. If you believe this not Jesse James, as we do, please support us in this lawsuit against Jesse James identity theft. GO FUND JESSE JAMES.

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Sunday April 5th, 2020

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From the line of John James "of Alvarado," Glenda Ray Johnson-Dunn shares her 3 generation collage. Her mother, Fredda Louise James-Johnson, daughter of Jackson Waite James & granddaughter of John James. Herself and her three daughters, Kristi, Kari, & Lindsey Dunn.
Yours truly adds his own 6 pack of fathers collage.
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From the line of John James of Alvarado, Glenda Ray Johnson-Dunn shares her 3 generation collage. Her mother, Fredda Louise James-Johnson, daughter of Jackson Waite James & granddaughter of John James. Herself and her three daughters, Kristi, Kari, & Lindsey Dunn.
Yours truly adds his own 6 pack of fathers collage.Image attachment

Sunday March 29th, 2020

Stray Leaves

Our James family cousin Jamie Harmon reports about the virus from his family's worldwide tour:
Day 214. New Zealand is under national lockdown. We are completely fine and overall happy to be stuck here. But it is serious: rules enforced by police - who can question you if you go for a walk and officially have the power to enter your home (but they probably don’t do that much). We are 5 days in, and it is minimum 28 days. When the government announced the lockdown, they gave everyone 48 hours to plan. Our hotel told us it was closing, and we scrambled to find a house to rent. We are in a good spot, but we did have to cancel the hotels and flights for the last 100 days of our trip. Many of our countries cancelled on us because they imposed travel bans. Sad to see those go, but our problems are small compared to many. NZ imposed a national grocery store limit of 2 of the same item per person, but we have enough food. The country is not out of toilet paper, but they are out of flour for some reason. Regarding the picture, this is actually from 6 weeks ago in an airport in Asia. We were in Asia for about 2 months when Asia was the center of all this, and Hazel in particular has been really scared of the virus. We have been wearing masks in airports and the few crowded places we went. But we mostly felt safe by being in small hotels that were out of the way. We have been so sad to watch the virus spread in the USA. Such crazy times. Stay safe out there!
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Our James family cousin Jamie Harmon reports about the virus from his familys worldwide tour:
Day 214. New Zealand is under national lockdown. We are completely fine and overall happy to be stuck here. But it is serious: rules enforced by police - who can question you if you go for a walk and officially have the power to enter your home (but they probably don’t do that much). We are 5 days in, and it is minimum 28 days. When the government announced the lockdown, they gave everyone 48 hours to plan. Our hotel told us it was closing, and we scrambled to find a house to rent. We are in a good spot, but we did have to cancel the hotels and flights for the last 100 days of our trip. Many of our countries cancelled on us because they imposed travel bans. Sad to see those go, but our problems are small compared to many. NZ imposed a national grocery store limit of 2 of the same item per person, but we have enough food. The country is not out of toilet paper, but they are out of flour for some reason. Regarding the picture, this is actually from 6 weeks ago in an airport in Asia. We were in Asia for about 2 months when Asia was the center of all this, and Hazel in particular has been really scared of the virus. We have been wearing masks in airports and the few crowded places we went. But we mostly felt safe by being in small hotels that were out of the way. We have been so sad to watch the virus spread in the USA. Such crazy times. Stay safe out there!
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