Impson - (18??-1875) - Convicted of shooting and killing an
in the back, he was tried and sentenced to death. He was hanged at
Arkansas on January 15, 1875.
Gibson Ishtanubbee (18??-1876) -
A drifter and murderer, Gibson was hanged at Fort Smith,
on April 21, 1876.
Nat "Tex” Irwin - An
outlaw, he rustled cattle in
New Mexico and was captured by A.J.
Fountain's militia in March 1883.
Isaacs (18??-1896) - A
Oklahoma, Isaacs robbed
60 year-old peddler, Mike Cushing, and then beat him to death. Isaacs
tried to burn the body of his victim to destroy evidence of the crime
but letters found near the scene confirmed Cushing's identity. He was
Arkansas on April 30, 1896.
Ishtanubbee (18??-1876) - An
outlaw, Ishtanubbee, along with
Isham Seely, robbed and killed a farmer and his housekeeper on May 10,
1873. Both were hanged at
Arkansas on April 21, 1876.
outlaw brought in by Bass Reeves.
Ben Isom -
outlaw, he shot a man at Howe Station,
in 1885 and was killed by the sheriff.
outlaw and a member of
Henry Plummer's gang called the Innocents in Montana Territory. He
was hanged by
Montana Vigilantes on January 3, 1864 at Alder Gulch.
outlaw who murdered
U.S. Deputy Marshal Beck.
Frank "Blockey" Jackson, aka: Blockey (1856-1930?) -
One of the
Sam Bass in 1877. After
Texas Rangers killed
Seaborn Barnes on
Jackson moved to New Mexico.
Jackson - An
whiskey runner, Jackson was associated with Ed Newcomb and Henry Starr.
After getting his right arm hot off by U. S. Deputy Marshal, Rufe
Cannon, he surrendered.
Jackson (18??-1893) - A horse thief in Wyoming and Idaho, he was
captured by Frank Canton and sent to prison. He was killed during an
escape attempt in 1893.
outlaw who was involved in a train robbery at Bowie,
New Mexico on
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Alexander Franklin "Frank" James, aka: "Buck”, Frank Vaughn (1843-1915)
and brother of Jesse James, he rode with the James-Younger gang, and
later the James Gang. He surrendered to Governor T.T. Crittenden after
Jesse was killed. He was acquitted of murder and robbery, lived
peacefully in Kearny, Missouri and died on February 19, 1915.
James (18??-1886) - A black
Oklahoma whiskey runner, James traveled with
three other men to
to acquire a supply of whiskey in August, 1885. James shot and killed
one of his companions, Tony Love, in order to take the four gallons he
had purchased. The other whiskey runners later testified against him and
James was hanged at
Arkansas on July 23, 1886.
robber, he was brought in by Grant Johnson.
James (1843-1915) - Older brother to
Jesse James, Frank was a member
Gang, and the
of a heart attack on February 18, 1915.