KEARNEY — In life, Clell Miller was a gun-toting, Confederate bushwacker raised in Clay County. He was later an outlaw with Jesse James and was gunned down during a botched holdup in 1876 in Northfield, Minn.
Questions persist about which outlaw is buried in Missouri grave
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