Warren Earp The youngest Earp. Not at OK gunfight but helped Wyatt search for the killers of Morgan. He developed a reputation as a  bully & was killed in a arguement in 1900

Warren Baxter Earp - born March 1855 in Pella, Iowa and died July 1900 in Wilcox, Arizona Territory. He was the youngest brother of Wyatt Earp.

Tombstone Arizona Marshal Fred White was shot and killed by a group of five outlaws who were shooting up the town. When Marshal White asked the leader to stop shooting the man walked up to him, his gun discharged as Marshal White grabbed the barrel and pulled it towards him. The suspect was taken into custody by legendary lawman Wyatt Earp and two other Earp brothers. Marshal White had served in law enforcement for 5 years. He is buried in Row 6, Boothill Cemetery, Tombstone, AZ. EOW…

Tombstone Arizona Marshal Fred White was shot and killed by a group of five…

Virgil Walter Earp (July 18, 1843–October 19, 1905) The brother to Wyatt Earp, fought in the Civil War. He was U.S. Deputy Marshal for south-eastern Arizona and Tombstone City Marshal at the time of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral in the Arizona Territory. Two months after the shootout in Tombstone, outlaw Cowboys ambushed Virgil on the streets of Tombstone, shattering his left arm, leaving him maimed for life.

Virgil Walter Earp (July brother to Wyatt Earp, fought in the Civil War. He was US Deputy Marshal for south-eastern Arizona & Tombstone City Marshal at the time of the Gunfight at the OK Corral in Arizona Territory.

Ike Clanton was involved in one of the most famous gunfights of the American Old West. Ike Clanton’s notoriety is based largely on his conflict with the Earp brothers, especially Wyatt Earp and Wyatt’s friend Doc Holliday. Helping to fuel this conflict was Ike’s heavy drinking and quick temper. In October 1881 the Earp’s and Doc Holliday advanced on Ike’s gang near the now famous O.K. Corral. Ike was unarmed and fled at the first sound of gunfire but his brother William “Billy” Clanton was…

Ike Clanton- Outlaw, Gambler, Drunk, Big Mouth,and Coward. Started the fight at the OK Corral but ran when the bullets started flying! Ike was shot by another lawman after stealing some cattle in Ike's grave is unknown to this day.

RARE 6 3/4 by 6 1/4 TINTYPE OF DOC HOLLIDAY & EARP BROTHERS

Some of the Earp brothers and Doc Holiday. Warren Earp is leaning on Doc Holliday. James Earp is all the way to the right. The two lying on the floor are probably Wyatt and Morgan.

This photo of Louisa Houston, Morgan Earp’s wife, has never been published before appearing in Sherry Monahan’s new book, Mrs. Earp: Wives and Lovers of the Earp Brothers. The Dedicated Women Behind the Earp Men:

This photo of Louisa Houston, Morgan Earp’s wife, has never been published before appearing in Sherry Monahan’s new book, Mrs. Earp: Wives and Lovers of the Earp Brothers. The Dedicated Women Behind the Earp Men: ck

Nick and Virginia Earp, parents of the Earp brothers posing for a photo when celebrating their 50th wedding Anniversary.

Nick and Virginia Earp, parents of the Earp brothers posing for a photo when celebrating their wedding Anniversary.

James Earp, the oldest of the Earp brothers and the one least involved in places like Tombstone.

James Cooksey Earp (June 1841 – January was the little-known older brother of Old West lawman Virgil Earp and lawman/gambler Wyatt Earp. Unlike his brothers, he was a saloon-keeper and was not present at the Gunfight at the O. Corral on October

The Earp brothers in "Wichita"

The Earp brothers in "Wichita"

Morgan Earp (1851-1882) shot and killed playing pool at Campbell and Hatch's Saloon in Tombstone. Buried at Hermosa Cemetery in Colton, California.

morgan-earp Deputy Morgan Earp is known for helping his brothers confront outlaw Cowboys in the Gunfight at the O. Corral in Many cowboys were out to kill Earp. The Cowboys eventually ambushed Earp and shot and killed him in the night.

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