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Outlaw Index - B

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  • Abran  Baca - Outlaw Baca, along with two of his brothers, murdered a man named Anthony Conklin in Soccorro, New Mexico in 1880. He was soon captured. His brother, Antonio was killed while attempting to escape. After his brother Onofre was acquitted and Abran was awaiting his own trial, he was lynched by a vigilante committee, obviously unhappy with Onofre’s release.

  • Antonio Baca - Antonio, along with two of his brothers, murdered a man named Anthony Conklin in Soccorro, New Mexico in 1880. He was soon captured and while trying to escape jail on December 29, 1880, he was killed by authorities.

  • Onofre Baca - Outlaw Baca, along with two of his brothers, murdered a man named Anthony Conklin in Soccorro, New Mexico in 1880. His brother, Antonio was killed while attempting to escape. Onofre later stood trial, but was acquitted in 1881.

  • Celso Baca - A murderer who beat Jose de la Cruz Sandoval to death in 1884 at Santa Rosa, New Mexico.

  • Cruz Baca - An outlaw murderer, Baca killed W.H. Allen of Hillsboro, New Mexico in February, 1887.

  • Jose Baca - An outlaw and multiple offender, was sent to prison on November 19, 1906, for the fifth time.

  • Manuel Baca - Outlaw member of Vicente Silva's White Caps Gang in the 1890s. His "job” in the gang was to act as the "Judge" who ordered the execution of disloyal gang members.

  • Patricio Baca (18??-1875) - One of the most notorious horse thieves in northern New Mexico Territory, he was killed in Chimayo in December,  1875.

  • John Bailey - A cattle rustler, Bailey was shot and killed by Texas Ranger P.E. Baird in Edward County, Texas on July 29, 1884.

  • Alex Baker - Oklahoma outlaw Baker was captured and brought in by U.S. Deputy Marsha Bass Reeves.

  • Cullen Montgomery Baker (1839-1868) - A Veteran guerilla soldier of the Civil War, Baker fought reconstructionist soldiers and terrorized Texas for four years. He was killed on January 6, 1869.

  • Frank Baker (18??-1878) - An outlaw member of the Jesse Evans Gang and a lawman, Baker served as a deputy sheriff in the Lincoln County, New Mexico . Embroiled in the Lincoln County War, he rode in the posse that killed John Tunstall. He was killed by Billy the Kid on March 10, 1878.

  • Thurman "Skeeter" Baldwin (1867-19??) - Oklahoma outlaw and member of the Cook Gang. He was captured after a bank robbery.

  • "Cherokee" Bangs - A Utah cattle rustler, Bangs led a gang in the 1890s which sometimes included Matt Warner.

  • "Kid" Bannister - Oklahoma outlaw Bannister was killed by a saloon proprietor Tom Cook in Oklahoma City.

  • Claude Barbee - A wanted Texas outlaw, Barbee was tracked down to a west Texas ranch by a Deputy Hamilton, which erupted into a gunfight and the lawman was killed. Barbee fled, was captured, but escaped.  He was pursued by Pat Garrett, but gave the lawman the slip and made it out to California, where he lived under another name aid died in the 1940s.

  • John Barber -  After robbing a bank in Cisco, Texas in 1887, Barber fled to Oklahoma. He was later killed by U.S. Deputy Marshals>, Captain Gideon White and Barney Connelly.

  • John Barbour - Outlaw member of Whitley-Cornett Gang of Texas in the 1880s. He was later killed in Indian Territory.

  • Santos Barela - A New Mexico outlaw, Barela was hanged on May 20, 1881 in Mesilla.

  • Clinton Barkley, aka: Bill Bowen (18??-??) - A Texas gunman wanted for murder, he soon found himself in the midst of the Horrell-Higgins Feud.

  • Wesley Barnett - An outlaw in Indian Territory in the 1880s, he was killed by lawmen in 1889.

 

 

  • John Buster - New Mexico outlaw Buster killed William Holland in Seven Rivers in December 1884.

 

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