Marshals (1789-present) - Created more than 200 years
ago in 1789, the congressional act also established the federal judicial system.
David "Big Dave"
Updyke (1830-1866) - Though thought to have been the leader of a
vicious gang of
Updyke was elected sheriff of Ada County,
1865. He was lynched on April 14, 1866, for allegedly aiding horse thieves and
Antonio Jose Valdez, aka: EI Mico, EI Patas de Rana)
- Both an
Valdez was one of
Silva's White Caps of
He later became city marshal of Wagon Mound, New Mexico.
(1823-1891) - Nevada City,
Marshal and Wells Fargo Detective.
W. Ventioner (1852-1941) -
U.S. Deputy Marshal commissioned in the spring of 1895 in Oklahoma by
Nix. Residing just three miles of the
Doolin-Dalton Gang hide-out, in Lenora, on
the Cheyenne-Arapaho Reservation, he was one of the strongest forces in driving
them from the area and was best known for tracking down and killing ruthless
George "Red Buck” Weightman in 1896.