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    Frank Dalton 1859-1887 US Deputy Marshall in Fort Smith, Ark. Described as"one of the most brave and efficient officers". Was killed on Nov.27th 1887 while trying to arrest Dave Smith. Frank Dalton was older brother of the Dalton Brothers.

    Earp brothers

    Apr 16, 1881 Bartholomew "Bat" Masterson has his final gunfight in Dodge City, KS in defense of his younger brother Jim. Jim was in a dispute with a business partner and employee that had lead to gunfire, but no one was harmed as yet. Bat took the train from Tombstone & confronted the men. A gunfight ensued. A bystander is wounded and one participant is shot in the lung. Bat paid fine and took the train out of Dodge City that evening.

    Jesse James was born in Missouri, and along with his brother, Frank, was a Confederate guerrilla fighter during the Civil War. After the war, the James boys joined the Younger brothers and formed the James-Younger Gang. Together, they robbed banks, stagecoaches, and trains. In 1869, the gang held up the Daviess County Savings Association in Gallatin, Missouri. Jesse shot and killed a clerk, believing him to be someone else.

    Real - The real-life Django: The legendary African-American Wild West marshal who arrested 3,000 outlaws and killed 14 men Bass Reeves was born a slave in 1838 and later broke from his owner to live among Native Americans Reeves became a Deputy U.S. Marshal in 1875 at the age of 38 During his 32-year career as a Deputy Marshal he arrested 3,000 felons, killed 14 men and was never shot. They just made this movie about him... www.JamesAZiegler...

    Morgan Earp

    Tough Customers of the Old West Are they (L to R) Frank James, Fletch Taylor, and Jesse James The hombre standing in the center has a Whitney Navy conversion revolver tucked in his vest

    Rare Photo of Jesse James and his brother Frank James 1863

    James Cooksey Earp (June 28, 1841-January 25, 1926) was the little known older brother to old west lawman Virgil Earp and lawman/gambler Wyatt Earp. Unlike his lawmen brothers, he was a saloon-keeper and was not present at the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.

    James Butler Hickok had not yet earned the nickname of "Wild Bill" when this photo was taken in 1858. He was just 21 years old.

    Wyatt Earp was born on March 19, 1848. He worked in the 1870s as a police officer in Wichita and Dodge City, Kansas, where he befriended the gunmen Doc Holliday and Bat Masterson. He later worked as a guard for Wells, Fargo & Company. By 1881 he had moved to Tombstone, Arizona, living as a gambler and a saloon guard. He died on January 13, 1929 in Los Angeles, California.

    Frank James, Jesse's brother, later in life. Never went to jail (was acquitted by a jury in Missouri), and when Cole Younger eventually got out of jail, the two old outlaws went around the country speaking at state fairs and such, about the evils of their former ways.

    Frank Boardman "Pistol Pete" Eaton (October 26, 1860 – April 8, 1958) was an American author, cowboy, scout, Indian fighter, and Deputy U. S. Marshal for Judge Isaac C. Parker. He was also known to throw a coin in the air, draw and shoot it before it hit the ground.

    Virgil Earp

    The Dalton Gang, October 1892

    William Marion Dalton (1866–June 8, 1894), called Bill Dalton, was an American outlaw in the American Old West. He was the co-leader of the Wild Bunch gang and he was the brother of the founders of the Dalton Gang, Gratton, Bob and Emmett.

    Geronimo

    Seth Bullock, lawman in Deadwood

    Henry Andrew "Heck" Thomas went to work for the Fort Worth for a year. The famed "Hanging Judge", Isaac Parker appointed him a deputy US Marshall out of Fort Smith, Arkansas. From 1886 to 1900, his jurisdiction was the Indian Territory, now known as Oklahoma. Famed for his bravery, integrity, and fairness, he quickly became a legend. Teamed up with Bill Tilghman and Chris Madsen, they were soon known as the "Three Guardsmen"

    Judge Issac C. Parker - "The Hanging Judge" of the old west.

    Frank James, Jesse James, Cole Younger, and Bob Younger