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Newton Earp. half brother to the other five Earp brothers, He was the oldest and was born to Nicholas' Earp's first wife.

Step brother to the other five Earp brothers, He was the oldest and was born to Nicholas' Earp's first wife.

Besides being called Katie Elder, she was also known as Kate Fisher, Big Nose Kate, Nosey Kate, Mrs. John H. "Doc" Holliday, Kate Melvin, and Kate Cummings. Actually, she was born Mary Katharine Haroney in Hungary on November 7, 1850. She died in 1940, and was buried under the name Mary K. Cummings in Prescott Arizona. Although she lived to be nearly 90, legend has her being slain with a stray bullet fired by a drunk in the Brewery Gulch saloon in Bisbee Arizona.

"Doc Holliday's Hungarian Devil" Mary Katherine Horony Cummings, known as Big Nose Kate, was a Hungarian-born prostitute and later long-time companion and common-law wife of Doc Holliday in the American Old West.

Warren Baxter Earp (March 9, 1855 – July 6, 1900) was the youngest brother of Wyatt, Morgan, Virgil, James, and Newton Earp. Although he was not present during the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, after Virgil was maimed in an ambush, Warren joined Wyatt and was in town when Morgan was assassinated. He also helped Wyatt in the hunt for the outlaws they believed responsible. Later in life, Warren developed a reputation as a bully and was killed in an argument in 1900.

Warren Baxter Earp - born March 1855 in Pella, Iowa and died July 1900 in Wilcox, Arizona Territory. He was the youngest brother of Wyatt Earp.

Luckily for Wyatt Earp (inset), Jack Stilwell didn’t catch the lawman who murdered his brother Frank. Although there are no verified photos of Frank, the photo of Jack (left), a respected frontier scout, gives credence to the belief that Frank may not have been that bad.

Luckily for Wyatt Earp (inset), Jack Stilwell didn’t catch the lawman who killed his brother Frank. Although there are no verified photos of Frank, the photo of Jack (left), a respected frontier scout.

Nicholas Porter Earp, father of the "fightin' Earp boys," as he looked during the family's tumultuous residence in Pella, Iowa, in the mid-1860s.

Nicholas Porter Earp, father of the "fightin' Earp boys," as he looked during the family's tumultuous residence in Pella, Iowa, in the

Deputy U.S. Marshal Bass Reeves was arguably the greatest lawman and gunfighter of the West, a man who served as a marshal for 32 years in the most dangerous district in the country, captured 3,000 felons, (once bringing in 17 men at one time), and shot 14 men in the line of duty, all without ever being shot himself.    He was also a black dude.

Bass Reeves: Best Lawman of the West

Bass Reeves, U. Born to slave parents in 1838 in Paris, Texas, Bass Reeves would become the first black U. Deputy Marshal west of the Mississippi River and one of the greatest frontier heroes in our nation’s history.

Josephine Earp

Josephine Sarah Marcus Earp was an American part-time actress and dancer who was best known as "Sadie", Earp's common-law wife for 46 years

Luther Sage Kelly, also called "Yellowstone Kelly", born 1849 and died 1928; scout and frontiersman.

Luther Sage Kelly, also called "Yellowstone Kelly", born 1849 and died scout and frontiersman. Looks like Stacey Keach.

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