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Earp, Wyatt Berry Stapp

Born: 1848 AD
Died: 1929 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Cowboy, Law Enforcer, Marksman

1848 – Born on the 19th of March at Monmouth, Illinois U.S.A.


1865 – He works as a "stagecoach" driver (a type of four-wheeled enclosed passenger and drawn by four horses).



1868 – He became a "teamster" driver (a person who drove a team of cows).



      – He became a local "Constable" (law enforcer).



1870 – He married Urilla Sutherland.



1871 – On the month of April, he faced accusations for horse theft.

– On the 6th of April, he was arrested by Deputy United States Marshal.



1881 – The famous gunfight, in Tombstone, Arizona. A turf war that culminated in the famous gunfight in the O.K. Corral.



1897 – He operated a saloon during the height of the Alaska Gold Rush at Nome, Alaska.



1929 – Died on the 13th January Los Angeles U.S.A.