Patrick Floyd "Pat" Garrett (June 5, 1850 – February 29, 1908) was an American Old West lawman, bartender, and customs agent who was best known for killing Billy the Kid.[2] He was also the sheriff of Lincoln County, New Mexico

Patrick Floyd "Pat" Garrett (June 1850 – February was an American Old West lawman, bartender, and customs agent who became famous for killing Billy the Kid. He was also the sheriff of Lincoln County, New Mexico as well as Doña Ana County, New Mexico.

All told, Billy the Kid is said to have killed a total of 21 men, one for each of the years of his life, though this number is often regarded as inaccurate and exaggerated.

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William H. Bonney (Billy the Kid) was a American gunman who participated in the Lincoln County War and became a frontier outlaw.

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William H. November July better known as Billy the Kid and also known as Henry Antrim, was a American gunman who participated in the Lincoln County War and became a frontier outlaw in the American Old West.

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Billy the Kid, the Old West outlaw who killed at least three lawmen and tried to cut a deal from jail with territorial authorities, won't be pardoned, Gov. Bill Richardson said Friday, nearly 130 years after the gunslinger's death.

February 18, 1878 – John Tunstall is murdered by outlaw Jesse Evans, sparking the Lincoln County War in Lincoln County, New Mexico.

Feb John Tunstall is murdered. Long simmering tensions in Lincoln County, New Mexico, explode into a bloody shooting war when gunmen murder the English rancher John Tunstall. Tunstall had.

Extremely rare photo of Billy The Kid when captured at Stinking Springs, December 24th 1880. Pat Garrett is clearly recognisable extreme left and Bob Olinger is next to him. Billy is on the extreme right where a deputy aims a Colt revolver at Billy's head. One of Billy's compadres, Charlie Bowdre, had been killed in the encounter.

Rare photo of Billy the kid, captured at Stinking Pat Garrett is clearly recognizable on extreme left and Billy is on the extreme right where a deputy aims a Colt revolver at Billy's head.

The only known picture of Billy the Kid. It has been cleaned up and we get to see his face clearly for the first time...all reports I have ever read said he was good looking...I don't see it...

Billy the Kid’s face restored, “There is only one known photograph of Billy the Kid – a tintype from about 1880 but it is badly damaged and that makes it difficult to see his face clearly. I have digitally removed the damage from the photograph an

única foto tomada de billie the Kid

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Pat Garrett, lawman who killed Billy the Kid

Pat Garrett, Lawman Who Killed Billy the Kid, Visits Washington and Teddy Roosevelt

Patrick Garrett,lawman of Lincon County, NM. Tracked down, shot and killed Billy the Kid. He never received the 500 dollar reward, because he was not taken alive.

Put together: A new photo purporting to show Billy the Kid (left) has emerged. The only verified picture of the Western outlaw was sold to billionaire William Koch in 2011 for $2.3million

Another picture of Billy the Kid emerges

A new photo purporting to show Billy the Kid (left) has emerged. The only verified picture of the Western outlaw was sold to billionaire William Koch n 2011 for million.

Old West Wanted Posters | old west wanted posters~OUTLAW BILLY THE KID DEAD IN SHOOT-OUT WITH ...

old west wanted posters~OUTLAW BILLY THE KID DEAD IN SHOOT-OUT WITH PAT GARRET

Old West Wanted Posters Outlaw Billy The Kid Dead in Shoot Out with Pat Garret

This photograph, from the collection of Sally Chisum, is thought to be a picture of Billy the Kid.

A very handsome young man, thought to be Billy the Kid. This was found in Sally Chisum's photo collection of family and friends - late

Legend holds that outlaw Billy the Kid was gunned down by Sheriff Pat Garrett in 1881 and buried in Fort Sumner, N.M. A headstone marks his grave, but a controversy has roiled since the 1930s, three people have claimed to be Billy the Kid.  An investigation aims to resolve the case by exhuming the body of Billy the Kid's mother and comparing her mitochondrial DNA to genetic material from the three men.  http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/47653021/ns/technology_and_science-science/#

How did it come that the guy who wrote the novel "Ben-Hur" came to meet Billy the Kid? Maybe it has to do with the fact that a lot of what you think you know about this Old West outlaw is based on "liberal media" reporting at the time.

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