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Lawman List - I-K

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  • Tom Irvan - Sheriff of Custer County, Montana, who gained a reputation as one of the state's most famous manhunters.





  • George A. Kaseman - U.S. Deputy Marshal in New Mexico Territory.

  • Dave Kemp -  Known as both an outlaw and a lawman, Kemp killed a man in Texas before moving on to New Mexico, where he served a as a lawman in Eddy County. Later he killed Sheriff Les Dow.

  • Richard M. Kennedy (1848-1921) - Deputy under Sheriff Red Angus during the Johnson County War in Wyoming. Later he became sheriff in 1901.

  • Louis Kennon - Served as a deputy marshal at Silver City, New Mexico in the 1880s.

  • Jeff P. Kidder (1875-1908) - Joined the Arizona Rangers in 1903 and was in several gun battles, and died from the wounds received in one on April 5, 1908.

  • Rush G. Kimbell (1855-1954) - Joined the Texas Rangers around 1875 and fought in a number of gun battles.

  • Francis M. King - (18??-1865) - A Deputy Sheriff in Los Angeles, California, he was killed in a gun battle in 1865.

  • Frank King (1863-1920's) - A dedicated lawman, King was a deputy sheriff of Phoenix, Arizona in the 1880s and worked as a lawman in Texas, New Mexico and California in the next decade.

  • Lou King - Served as deputy sheriff of Custer County, Montana in 1880.

  • Karl Kirchner (1867-1911) - Served as Texas Ranger from 1889-1895, becoming the first sergeant.

  • Charles Krummeck - Served as a deputy sheriff in Santa Cruz, New Mexico in the 1880s.

  • Charles Kuhley - Served as a Texas Ranger in 1886 under Captain G.H. Schmidt.


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