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    William F. Claiborne (October 21, 1860 – November 14, 1882), was an American outlaw and gunfighter in the American Old West. He was one of the survivors of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, only to be killed in another unrelated shootout a year later.

    William J. Brady (August 16, 1829 – April 1, 1878) was the sheriff of Lincoln County during the Lincoln County Wars in New Mexico, United States. He was killed in an ambush, aged 48, in which Billy the Kid took part.

    Frank Mclaury, cowboy, rancher, and cattle rustler. Shot and killed in the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral along with his brother Tom.

    King Fisher (1854 – March 11, 1884) was a gunslinger of the American Old West.

    Dead Outlaws Images Old West | Myth: Brushy Bill Roberts of Texas was really Billy the Kid.

    William Preston (Wild Bill) Longley - perhaps the worst, most ruthless killer in the Old West. Even he acknowledged he deserved to be hanged for what he had done. After having been baptized into the Catholic Church on October 11, 1878, in Giddings, Texas, Longley was led to the hangman’s noose before the crowd of some 4,000 people. Longley held up his hand saying, "I deserved this fate. It is a debt I have owed for a wild and reckless life." He then nodded to the hangman ...

    Cattle Annie and Little Britches have been mostly forgotten in the annals of western history, but not in the Oklahoma and Indian Territories. They were two of the most famous female outlaws ever to strap on a six gun. They were a cattle thieving couple from the Indian Nation of Oklahoma who only flourished for a couple of years before being caught. They were known to be closely associated with the infamous Wild Bunch.

    Gratton Hanley "Grat" Dalton (March 30, 1861 – October 5, 1892) was an American outlaw in the American Old West. As leader of the Dalton Gang he died during an ill-fated raid on a bank in Coffeyville, Kansas.

    Billy The Kid's Death Warrant Lincoln, New Mexico by davev704, via Flickr

    Postcard which says: Billy, the Kid, before turning outlaw, with five cronies, who formed first gun club in the Early Days of the West. Postcard from Boot Hill Gift & Curio Shop, Dodge City, Kansas.

    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

    John Henry "Doc" Holliday was an American gambler, gunfighter and dentist of the American Old West, who is usually remembered for his friendship with Wyatt Earp and his involvement in the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.

    Cattle Annie and Little Britches have been mostly forgotten in the annals of western history, but not in the Oklahoma and Indian Territories. There, they were two of the most famous female outlaws ever to strap on a six gun. They were a cattle thieving couple from the Indian Nation of Oklahoma who only flourished for a couple of years before being caught.

    Doc Scurlock ... gunfighter, cowboy, outlaw, associate of Billy the Kid and a key participant in the Bloody Lincoln County War. In 1880 he gave away his guns, moved to Tascosa where he settled down with a new wife and growing family. Eventually moving to Eastland County in 1919, Scurlock opened a candy store where he quietly lived out his remaining years, afraid he was still wanted by the law in NM.

    Left to Right: Billy the Kid, Doc Holliday, Jesse James & Charlie Bowdre. Photo believed to have been taken in New Mexico in 1879.

    Fred Waite and Henry Brown fought many a battle alongside William Bonney, aka Billy the Kid, in the Lincoln County War.

    John Wilson Vermillion (1842–1911), alias "Texas Jack" and later as "Shoot-Your-Eye-Out" Vermillion, was a gunfighter of the Old West known for his participation in the Earp vendetta ride and his later association with Soapy Smith. Born: John Wilson Vermillion in 1842 & died in 1911. He was a gunfighter, soldier, lawman, outlaw, Methodist preacher; participated in the Earp vendetta ride. He died peacefully in his sleep.

    Extremely rare photo of Billy when captured at Stinking Springs, December 24th 1880. Pat Garrett is clearly recognisable extreme left and Bob Olinger is next to him. Billy is on the extreme right where a deputy aims a Colt revolver at Billy's head. One of Billy's compadres, Charlie Bowdre, had been killed in the encounter.

    William Henry McCarty - Billy The Kid

    Ben Thompson- Outlaw and Lawman. Ben Thompson is best known as a gunfighter and gambler, but also was a very successful chief of police in Austin, Texas.