Who was Captain Harrison Trow said to have been born
in 16 Oct 1843 Allegheny, Blair,
His parents is said to be Salmon Trow and Laura Jewett and said to have a daughter Ella Lee, yet on his Death certificate filed out by his daughter, it seams she did not know the names of her grand parents and there is no official record of them linking them to Harrison. The records that do exists list all of his so called siblings but his name seems to be missing where in it should be present as he was a child.
According to orthodox history, Harrison Trow was know for two primary things tied to the Civil War prior to coming to Hereford, one in that he is said to have rode with William Clark Quantrill’s Raiders. If you do not know who they were look them up, however be warned, the orthodox history paints a poor inaccurate picture, most of which is twisted or flat out untrue.
The other thing Harrison was known for, “Captain Harrison Trow,” was he is said
to have been commissioned by Governor Thomas Theodore Crittenden of
There is no Birth or Christening record known of Harrison Trow, and no known record of his parents other than unconfirmed entries in the genealogic data bases.
The 1st Record of Harrison Trow is in an 1860 Census
report and is listed as living at the George Hudspeth farm working as a farm
hand at township
According to the family George Hudspeth returning home
in his horse and wagon, saw the young Harrison Trow walking down the road,
George stopped and asked him if he wanted a ride, in talking with him he asked
him if he wanted some work and that he could use a farm hand, apparently
Harrison accepted, but for how long I do not know. At this time
The 2nd known record of Harrison Trow is in 1866, with even more reason to hide his identity, presumed to be 22 years of age when he and Missouri Ann were married, by Judge John Shirley Missouri Ann’s Father but she had reason also to hide her identity as well. The following photo has been dubbed as Myra Belle Shirley and Jim Reed, but this marriage was of Harrison Trow and Missouri Ann Jessee, there was no “Jim Reed.”
Harrison Trow and
3rd Record of Harrison is in June of 1900
just before leaving
However there are many things the people of
So who was Captain Harrison Trow Really?
Before I answer that, let me share a little story told by a man named J. Frank Dalton in about 1948 and published in 1975 of an event that occurred April 3rd 1882. The following narrative is just moments after the supposed shooting of Jesse James, but it wasn’t Jesse who died that day…
From Page 21 of the book
Jesse James was one of his Names
Using photo overlay techniques, below is an overlay progression of ;
First row, Jesse Woodson James (Left) to charcoal drawing of younger Harrison Trow.
Second row Jesse Woodson James to older picture of Harrison Trow.
Third row, Older picture of Harrison Trow to J. Frank Dalton who in 1946 announced to the world that he is the true one and only Jesse Woodson James.
Everyone’s perspective is different, you tell me who Captain Harrison Trow really was.
In February 24th 1925, Jesse killed off one of his
most important alias’s, Captain Harrison Trow, and on March 2nd 1925 just 6
days later, killed off his most important alias and identity Senator William A.
Clark the Copper King of Montana, and retiring Carl O’Haver Clark as his
double. Carl Died May 31st 1967
Missouri Ann Jesse was none other than Myra Belle Shirley who IS NOT the same woman as Bell Starr.
In 1920 2 photos were taken at the home of E.B. Black, seemingly a birthday celebration for Chapley Ross Moreman whom I doubt is his real name. In this photo is Jesse Woodson James, his wife Myra Belle Shirley, thought to be four of their children, and Jesse’s parents Mollie Dalton and thought to have been killed in 1862, George Strother James,