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Some evidence supports Wyatt Earp's birthplace as South 3rd Street in Monmouth, Illinoisthough the street address is disputed by Monmouth College professor and historian William Urban. In March  or in early Nicholas Earp joined about other people in a plan to relocate to San Bernardino County, California, where he intended to buy farmland.
Wyatt was only 13 years old, too young to enlist, but he tried on several occasions to run away and join the army. Each time, his father found him and brought him home. Newton and Virgil fought several battles in the east and later followed the family to California. In springWyatt became a teamster transporting cargo for Chris Taylor.
He learned gambling and boxing while working on the rail head in the Wyoming Territory and he developed a reputation officiating boxing matches  and refereed a fight between John Shanssey and Professor Mike Donovan  on July 4,in Cheyenne, Wyoming in front of 3, spectators.
Wyatt rejoined the family the next year. Nicholas resigned as constable on November 17, to become the justice of the peace, and Wyatt was appointed constable in his place. She was about to deliver their first child when she died from typhoid fever later that year.
In lateEarp courted 20 year-old Urilla Sutherland c. They were married by Earp's father on January 10,: Urilla was about to deliver their first child when she suddenly died from typhoid fever. He ran against his elder half-brother Newton for the office of constable and won by votes to Newton'sbut their father lost the election for justice of the peace in a very close four-way race.
On March 14,Barton County, Missouri filed a lawsuit against him and his sureties. He was in charge of collecting license fees for Lamar which funded local schools, and he was accused of failing to turn them in.
On March 31, James Cromwell filed a lawsuit against him alleging that he had falsified court documents concerning the amount of money that Earp had collected from Cromwell to satisfy a judgment. On May 15, an indictment was issued against Earp, Kennedy, and Shown.
John Shown's wife Anna claimed that Earp and Kennedy got her husband drunk and then threatened his life to persuade him to help. On June 5, Kennedy was acquitted while the case remained against Earp and Shown. Earp did not wait for the trial but climbed out through the roof of his jail and headed for Peoria, Illinois.
Lake took notes of a conversation with Earp years later in which Earp claimed that he had been hunting buffalo during the winter of — A prostitute named Sally Heckell was arrested with him, and she called herself his wife.
She was likely the 16 year-old daughter of Jane Haspel. They were men of poor character who were chronic lawbreakers, : In earlyEarp and Sally moved to the growing cow town of Wichita where his brother James ran a brothel.
Roberts believes that he was more likely an enforcer or a bouncer for the brothel. The town would fill with drunken, armed cowboys celebrating the end of their long journey when the cattle drives arrived, and lawmen were kept busy.Dec 24, · Please send reports of such problems to [email protected] The film has a very contemporary attitude toward alcohol and drug abuse.
"Tombstone" is, finally, a movie . Tombstone will seem shockingly violent to those who already like Westerns, but for Rambo fans, it won't seem out of the ordinary.
The movie has a few over-the-top moments, and there is perhaps too much story crammed into too little space, but it also has an energetic flow, and a genuinely rugged, exciting feel, unlike many of the more bloated, picturesque examples of the Western genre.
Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen. With Tom Selleck, Sam Elliott, Dominique Dunne, Ben Johnson. After the Civil War, two brothers demobilized from the army return home and must rescue certain relatives who have been kidnapped by a band of renegade Confederates.
Directed by George P. Cosmatos, Kevin Jarre. With Kurt Russell, Val Kilmer, Sam Elliott, Bill Paxton. A successful lawman's plans to retire anonymously in Tombstone, Arizona, are disrupted by the kind of outlaws he was famous for eliminating. Tombstone is a movie set back in the 's whenever people were allowed to carry guns and murders in the towns were a usual thing.
This particular movie includes several legends of the "Old West", such as Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp, Texas Jack, Johnny Ringo, and several others. Doc. Dec 10, · Watch video · After success cleaning up Dodge City, Wyatt Earp moves to Tombstone, Arizona, and wishes to get rich in obscurity.
He meets his brothers there, as well as his old friend Doc Holliday. A band of outlaws that call themselves The Cowboys are causing problems in the region with various acts of random.