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Gunfighter Index - N-Q

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  • Joseph Nash (18??-1901) - A member of the Seven Rivers Warriors who fought in New Mexico's Lincoln County War. He was dragged to death by a roped bronco in Denver, Colorado in July 1901.

    John S. Neel - A gunman, he shot J.N. New on June 19, 1883 in Penasco, New Mexico.

  • Mart Nelson - A gunman, he killed seven people in Bonito, New Mexico on May 4 1885.

  • J. Frank Norfleet - A gunman and rancher in Gonzales County, Texas, he tracked, captured, and was instrumental in sending to prison a gang that swindled him out of more than $100,000.

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  • Bill O'Dell - A gunman, he was killed with his brother Tom by lawmen in Texas in December, 1880.

  • Tom O'Dell - A gunman, he and his brother, Bill, were killed by lawmen in Texas in December, 1880.

  • Lon Oden - A Texas Rangers and gunfighter, Oden, along with Ranger John Hughes, participated in a number of gunfights along the Mexican border in the late 1800s.

  • John Wallace Olinger (18??-1940) - A member of the Seven Rivers Warriors who fought in New Mexico's Lincoln County War. He and brother, Bob, were both deputized by Sheriff George Peppin to fight against Alexander McSween's "Regulators." A month after the final four-day shootout in Lincoln, John participated in a gunfight on behalf of his ranch partner. After that he ed a quiet existence. He died of broncho-pneumonia at Van Nuys, California on February 25, 1940.

  • Robert "Bob" A. Olinger, aka: Big Indian, Pecos Bob (1841?-1881) - A crooked lawman and member of the Seven Rivers Warriors who fought in New Mexico's Lincoln County War. He was killed by Billy the Kid when he broke out of jail in Lincoln, New Mexico on

  • Joe Olney; aka: Joe Hill - A gunman, he was friends with Jim Hughes, Johnny Ringo, and Curly Bill Brocious. He died when a horse fell on him.

  • John B. Omohundro, aka: Texas Jack - A scout and gunman, he tracked horse thieves and led massacres of Indian tribes in the 1850s-60s in Texas, Kansas, Arizona, and New Mexico. He later was a member of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. He died in 1888.

  • Thomas O'Neill - A gunman, he killed Walter Byers in Dawson, New Mexico.

  • John O'Rourke, aka: Johnny Behind the Deuce, Michael O'Rourke (1862-1882) - O'Rourke earned a reputation as a gambler and gunfighter before he had yet reached the age of 20. He was killed in a gunfight in Sulpher Springs Valley, Arizona in 1882.

  • Bass (Baz) L. Outlaw (18??-1894 ) - A lawman and gunfighter, Outlaw served as a Texas Ranger, Bass was dismissed in 1894 after shooting up the town of Alpine, Texas. Later he was appointed as a U.S. Deputy Marshal and was killed by John Selman on April 5, 1894.

  • Commodore Perry Owens (1852-1919) - Apache County, Arizona Sheriff. He is credited with taming the lawless town of Holbrook, Arizona and during the Pleasant Valley War he was involved in the Owens-Blevins Shootout.

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  • John Paine – A Texas gunfighter, he fought for the Grahams Pleasant Valley War of Arizona in the 1880s.

  • Page Palmeter - A gunman, he shot and killed Harry Walters on October 27, 1883. in Raton, New Mexico.

  • Jim Patterson - A member of the Seven Rivers Warriors who fought in New Mexico's Lincoln County War. He was killed in Lincoln, New Mexico on April30, 1878, probably by the Regulators.

  • Louis Paxton - A gunman in the Lincoln County War of New Mexico, he was indicted in 1879 for his participation.

  • Henry Pell, aka: Henry Thompson, Long Henry - A gunman who lived in Missouri, Texas, and Montana, he killed seven men before he was gunned down in 1902.
  • Samuel "Sam" R. Perry - A member of the Seven Rivers Warriors who fought in New Mexico's Lincoln County War. He died in a wagon accident at Perry Canyon in November, 1901.

  • Lyon Phillipowski - A lawman and gunfighter who was involved in a shoot-out with a store clerk in Lincoln County, New Mexico on October 21, 1874.

  • Milo L. Pierce - A member of the Seven Rivers Warriors who fought in New Mexico's Lincoln County War. He died of natural causes at Roswell, New Mexico on October 20, 1919.

  • Pablo Pino y Pino - A gunman in the Lincoln County War of New Mexico, he was indicted in 1879 for his participation.

  • Joe Pitman - A gunman, he shot and killed Dick Blain on February 18, 1888, in Luna Valley, New Mexico

  • John W. Poe - A gunman and deputy to Pat Garrett, he was with Garrett when he killed Billy the Kid on July 14, 1881.

  • Thomas B. "Buck" Powell - A member of the Seven Rivers Warriors who fought in New Mexico's. He died of natural causes in Texas on August 31, 1906.

  • Doc Powers - A New Mexico gunman, he killed a man in Council Springs on June 27, 1888.

  • ____ Prince - A member of the John Kinney Gang during New Mexico's Lincoln County War. Nothing is known of life following the conflict.

  • Nicholas Provencio - A member of Jesse Evans Gang during New Mexico's Lincoln County War. Afterwards, he disappeared.

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