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Adeline Lee Dalton (Wilson-Younger)

Birthdate: (89)
Birthplace: Jackson County, Missouri, United States
Death: January 24, 1925 (89)
Kingfisher, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, United States
Place of Burial: Kingfisher, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Colonel Charles Lee Younger and Parmelia Dorcus Younger
Wife of James Lewis Dalton
Mother of Charles Benjamin Dalton; Henry 'Cole' Coleman Dalton; Louis Kossuth Dalton; Lelia Dalton; Frank Dalton, Deputy U.S. Marshal and 13 others
Sister of Charles Franklin Wilson-Younger; Sophia Lee Wilson-Younger; Mary Agatha Lee Wilson-Younger; Martha Jane Wilson-Younger; Thomas Jefferson Wilson-Younger and 5 others
Half sister of Milton Toney Younger; Elizabeth Darlisco Younger; Thomas Coleman "Cole" Younger; Coleman Purcell Younger; Henry Washington Younger and 11 others

Managed by: C. Frank Bennett
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About Adeline Lee Dalton

Adaline Lee Younger was the daughter of Charles L and Sarah Sullivan Purcell Younger who lived near Lee Summitt, Missouri. One of Adaline's brothers was Henry Washington Younger. Henry was the father of Coleman, Bob, Jim and John Younger, who were closely associated with Jesse and Frank James.

The James-Younger Gang was a notable 19th-century gang of American outlaws.

The gang was centered in the state of Missouri. Membership fluctuated from robbery to robbery, as the outlaws' raids were usually separated by many months. At various times, it included the Younger Brothers (Cole, Jim, John, and Bob), the James Brothers (the infamous Jesse James and his brother Frank), Clell Miller, Arthur McCoy, Charlie Pitts, John Jarrette (who was married to Cole's sister Josie), Bill Chadwell (alias Bill Stiles), and Matthew "Ace" Nelson. Contrary to frequent reports, the James brothers and Younger brothers were not related,[citation needed] at least not by blood. Starting in 1879, after the demise of the James-Younger Gang, The James brothers committed further crimes with Clell Miller's brother Ed, the Ford brothers (Robert and Charles), Bill Ryan, Dick Liddil, and the Hite Brothers Wood and Clarence.

The James-Younger Gang had its origins in a group of Confederate bushwhackers who fought in the bitter partisan conflict that wracked the divided state of Missouri during the American Civil War. This group's postwar crimes began in 1866, though it did not truly become the "James-Younger Gang" until 1868 at the earliest, when the authorities first named Cole Younger and both the James brothers as suspects in the robbery of the Nimrod Long bank in Russellville, Kentucky. It dissolved in 1876, after the capture of the Younger brothers in Minnesota after the ill-fated attempt to rob the Northfield First National Bank. Three years later, Jesse James organized a new gang and renewed his criminal career, which came to an end with his death in 1882. During the gang's period of activity, it robbed banks, trains, and stagecoaches in Missouri, Kentucky, Iowa, Texas, Arkansas, Kansas, and West Virginia.

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Adeline Lee Dalton's Timeline

September 13, 1835
Jackson County, Missouri, United States
February 24, 1852
Age 16
Independence, Jackson County, Missouri, United States
November 25, 1853
Age 18
Jackson County, Missouri
January 1, 1855
Age 19
Jackson, MO
March 14, 1856
Age 20
Carter, MO
October 2, 1857
Age 22
Blue Cut, Jackson Co, Missouri
Age 22
Jackson County, Missouri, United States
June 8, 1859
Age 23
Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, United States
March 30, 1861
Age 25
Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas, United States