Virgil Earp, second-oldest of the Earp brothers and a respected western lawman in his own right.  The leader of the Earp faction in the famous gunfight at the OK Corral, where he was wounded.  One of his arms was crippled by a shot from ambush in Tombstone.

Virgil Earp, second-oldest of the Earp brothers and a respected western lawman in his own right. The leader of the Earp faction in the famous gunfight at the OK Corral, where he was wounded. One of his arms was crippled by a shot from ambush in Tombstone.

An Interview with Virgil Earp just Moments Before The Gunfight. Reinactment video.

An Interview with Virgil Earp just Moments Before The Gunfight. Reinactment video.

Virgil Earp with daughter Nellie Jane Earp

Virgil Earp with daughter Nellie Jane Earp

Alvira "Allie" P Sullivan, Virgil's Earp's future wife, at age 16. They met in Council Bluffs, Iowa, when she was 25 in 1874.

Alvira "Allie" P Sullivan, Virgil's Earp's future wife, at age 16. They met in Council Bluffs, Iowa, when she was 25 in 1874.

Virgil Earp's widow Allie in her 90's with author Frank Waters. She lived until 1947. She collaborated on a book with Waters that depicted her brother in law Wyatt Earp in a less than flattering light.

Virgil Earp's widow Allie in her 90's with author Frank Waters. She lived until 1947. She collaborated on a book with Waters that depicted her brother in law Wyatt Earp in a less than flattering light.

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

virgil earp - Yahoo Image Search Results

virgil earp - Yahoo Image Search Results

In this photo of Virgil Earp taken after he left Tombstone, Arizona, his left arm hangs useless after being ambushed in December 1881, but fire still flashes in his eyes. He would go on to become a lawman in Nevada, Oregon and California. - Courtesy Jim Earle - via True West Magazine

In this photo of Virgil Earp taken after he left Tombstone, Arizona, his left arm hangs useless after being ambushed in December 1881, but fire still flashes in his eyes. He would go on to become a lawman in Nevada, Oregon and California. - Courtesy Jim Earle - via True West Magazine

Allie Earp (1849 - Nov. 11, 1947) - Waitress and third wife of Lawman, Virgil Earp.

Allie Earp (1849 - Nov. 11, 1947) - Waitress and third wife of Lawman, Virgil Earp.

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