Al Jennings Alphonso J. "Al" Jennings (November 25, 1863 - December 26, 1961) was an attorney in Oklahoma Territory who at one time robbed trains.
Ann Bassett Ann Bassett (May 12, 1878 – May 8, 1956), also known as Queen Ann Bassett, was a prominent female rancher of the Old West, and with her sister Josie Bassett, was an associate of outlaws, p...
Apache Kid (Haskay-bay-nay-ntayl) Has-kay-bay-nay-ntayl (c. 1860 - after 1894), better known as The Apache Kid, was a White Mountain Apache scout and outlaw, active in the U.S. states of Arizona and New Mexico and the Mexi...
Augustine Chacon Augustine Chacon, or El Peludo, was a Mexican outlaw and folk hero of Arizona Territory. Although a self-proclaimed badman, he was well liked by settlers, who treated him as a Robin Hood-like character, rather than a typical raider.
Battle of Ingalls The Battle of Ingalls was a gunfight on September 1, 1893 between United States Marshals and the Doolin-Dalton Gang, during the closing years of the Old West era, in Ingalls, Oklahoma.
Belle Starr Myra Maybelle Shirley Reed Starr (February 5, 1848 – February 3, 1889), better known as Belle Starr, was a notorious American outlaw.
Ben Kilpatrick Ben Kilpatrick (January 5, 1874- March 12, 1912) was an American outlaw during the closing days of the American Old West.
Bert Casey Bert Casey was one of the most violent of the outlaws to operate out of Oklahoma Territory.
Big Nose George George Parrott, also known as Big Nose George, George Manuse and George Warden, was a cattle rustler and highwayman in the American Wild West in the late 19th century.
Bill Doolin William "Bill" Doolin (1858 – August 24, 1896) was an American bandit and founder of the Wild Bunch, an outlaw gang that specialized in robbing banks, trains and stagecoaches in Arkansas, Oklaho...
Bill Longley (gunfighter) William Preston Longley (October 6, 1851 – October 11, 1878), also known as Wild Bill Longley, was an American Old West outlaw and gunfighter noted for his ruthless nature, speed wit...
Bill Miner Ezra Allen Miner (circa 1847 – September 2, 1913), more popularly known as Bill Miner, was a noted American criminal, originally from Bowling Green, Kentucky, who served several prison ter...
Bill Raidler Bill Raidler, known as "Little Bill" Raidler (1870? - 1904) was an outlaw of the Old West, and member of the Doolin-Dalton gang.
Billy Claiborne William F. Claiborne, was an American outlaw and gunfighter in the American Old West.
Billy Stiles William Larkin Stiles (1874? - November 8, 1908), also known as Billy Stiles or William Larkin, was an outlaw of the American Old West who, with partner Burt Alvord, led a small gang...
Billy the Kid William H. Bonney (born William Henry McCarty, Jr. c. November 23, 1859 – c. July 14, 1881), better known as Billy the Kid and also known as Henry Antrim, was a 19th-centu...
Billy Wilson (outlaw) David Lawrence Anderson (1862 – June 4, 1918) was a 19th century American outlaw, better known under the alias Billy Wilson, who rode with Billy the Kid following the Lincoln County War.
Black Bart (outlaw) Charles Earl Bowles (b. 1829; d.after 1888), better known as Black Bart, was an English-born American Old West outlaw noted for the poetic messages he left behind after two of his robberies.
Blue Duck (outlaw) Blue Duck, sometimes referred to as Bluford Duck, was an outlaw of the Old West, probably best known for a photograph taken of him around the mid-1880s, in which he posed with Belle Starr,...
Bob Dalton (outlaw) Robert Reddick Dalton, better known as Bob Dalton, was an American outlaw in the American Old West.
Bob Younger Robert Ewing "Bob" Younger (October 29, 1853 – September 16, 1889) was an American criminal and outlaw, the younger brother of Cole, Jim and John Younger.
Brack Cornett (outlaw) Brack Cornett (died 1888) was a prominent outlaw born in Goliad County, Texas, some time in the mid-19th century.
Buck English Buck English was an American Old West outlaw, and one of Lake County, California's most notorious thief and stagecoach robber toward the end of the 19th century.
Burt Alvord Burt Alvord (1866-after 1910), or Burton Alvord, was a little-known lawman and later outlaw of the Old West, who witnessed the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral at age 15.
Burt Mossman Burton C. Mossman was an American lawman and cattleman in the final years of the Old West.
Burton C. Mossman Burton C. Mossman (April 30, 1867 – September 5, 1956) was an American lawman and cattleman in the final years of the Old West.
Butch Cassidy Robert Leroy Parker (April 13, 1866 - November 7, 1908), better known as Butch Cassidy, was a notorious American train robber, bank robber, and leader of the Wild Bunch Gang in the America...
Captain Ingram's Partisan Rangers Captain Ingram's Partisan Rangers was the name given by the Sacramento Union to a band of about fifty Confederate Bushwackers organized from local Copperheads and members of the Knights of t...
Cattle Annie Anna Emmaline McDoulet, known as Cattle Annie (November 29, 1882 - November 7, 1978), was a young outlaw in the American Old West, most associated with Jennie Stevens, or Little Britches.
Charles Ford (outlaw) Charles Wilson "Charley" Ford (July 9, 1857 – May 6, 1884) was an outlaw, and member of the James Gang.
Charley Pierce Charley Pierce was an American outlaw in the American Old West who rode with both the Dalton Gang and the Doolin Dalton Gang during the 1890s.
Charlie Bowdre Charles Bowdre (1848 – December 23, 1880) was an American cowboy and outlaw.
Christopher Evans (outlaw) Christopher "Chris" Evans (1847–1917), a native of Bell's Corner near Ottawa, Canada, was an American farmer and teamster turned outlaw.
Chuck Stanton Chuck Stanton (? - November 13, 1886) was an Irish criminal and leader of a Mexican outlaw gang in the 1870s and 1880s.
Clell Miller Clell Miller (January 9, 1850 - September 7, 1876) (also known as Cleland D. Miller or Clenand Miller or McClelland Miller) was an outlaw with the James-Younger Gang who was ki...
Clubfoot George George Lane, better known as Clubfoot George, was an alleged outlaw who was hanged on January 13, 1864, in Virginia City, Montana.
Cole Younger Thomas Coleman "Cole" Younger (January 15, 1844 – March 21, 1916) was an American Confederate guerrilla during the American Civil War and later a leader with the James-Younger gang.
Cora Hubbard Cora Hubbard (February 1877 - ?) was a 19th-century outlaw who participated in the August 17, 1897 robbing of the McDonald County Bank in Pineville, Missouri.
Cornelius Donahue Cornelius Donahue alias "Lame Johnny", born in Philadelphia about 1850, died 1878 Cattle rustler, horse thief and general Wild West Outlaw from the Black Hills of South Dakota.
Crawford Goldsby Crawford Goldsby (February 8, 1876 – March 17, 1896) was a 19th-century American outlaw, known by the alias Cherokee Bill.
Cullen Baker Cullen Montgomery Baker (June 23, 1835-January 1869), was a Tennessee-born Texas and Arkansas desperado whose gang is alleged to have killed hundreds of people including former slaves during the...
Dan Bogan Dan Bogan (1860 - after 1889) was an American gunfighter and outlaw of the American Old West, who today is considered to have been one of the most underrated gunmen of the 19th century west.
Dan Clifton Dan Clifton (1865-1896?), known as Dynamite Dan, was a western outlaw and member of the Doolin Gang.
Dave Rudabaugh David Rudabaugh (July 14, 1854 – February 18, 1886), was an outlaw and gunfighter in the American Old West.
David L. Anderson (outlaw) David Lawrence Anderson was a 19th-century American outlaw, better known under the alias Billy Wilson, who rode with Billy the Kid following the Lincoln County War.
Davy Crockett (outlaw) Davy Crockett (1853 - September 30, 1876) was an American outlaw and a relative of the famed frontiersman Davy Crockett.
Dick Liddil James Andrew "Dick" Liddil (September 15, 1852 – July 13, 1901) was an American outlaw who was one of the last surviving members of the James-Younger Gang.
Doc Middleton James M. Riley was an outlaw and horse thief, whose exploits of stealing perhaps 2,000 horses over a two-year period earned a spot in the Wild West Show.
Edward Morrell Edward H. "Ed" Morrell (1868–1946) was an accomplice to the Evans and Sontag gang that robbed the Southern Pacific Railroad in California's San Joaquin Valley in the 1890s.
Edward T. Miller (outlaw) Edward T. Miller (ca. 1856 – December 1881) was a Missouri born outlaw and a younger brother of outlaw Clell Miller.
Ellen Watson Ellen Liddy Watson (July 2, 1861 – July 20, 1889) was a female pioneer of Wyoming who became better known as Cattle Kate, a post-claimed outlaw of the Old West.
Elmer McCurdy Elmer McCurdy (January, 1880 in Washington, Maine – October 7, 1911) was an Oklahoma outlaw whose mummified body was discovered in The Pike amusement zone in Long Beach, California in December 1976.
Elzy Lay William Ellsworth "Elzy" Lay (November 25, 1868 – November 10, 1934) was an outlaw of the Old West best known as being a member of Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch, gang, operating out of the Ho...
Emmett Dalton Emmett Dalton (May 3, 1871 – July 13, 1937) was an American outlaw, train robber and member of the Dalton Gang in the American Old West.
Flores Daniel Gang Flores Daniel Gang, was an outlaw gang also known as "las Manillas" (the Handcuffs), throughout Southern California during 1856-1857.
Frank Jackson (outlaw) Frank Jackson (c. June 18, 1856 – 1930?) was a 19th century cowboy and later outlaw who became a close associate of bank robber Sam Bass while a member of his gang during its final years.
Frank James Alexander Franklin "Frank" James (January 10, 1843 – February 18, 1915) was an American soldier, guerrilla and outlaw.
Frank M. Canton Josiah Horner, better known as Frank M. Canton, was a famous American Old West lawman, gunslinger, cowboy and at one point in his life, an outlaw.
Frank McNab Frank McNab was a member of the Regulators who fought on behalf of John Tunstall during the Lincoln County War.
Frank Stilwell Frank C. Stilwell (1856 – March 20, 1882) was an outlaw Cowboy who killed at least two men in Cochise County during 1877–1882.
Frank Wolcott Frank Wolcott was an officer in the Union Army, a law man and also an outlaw Wolcott was born in 1840 in Canandaigua, New York.
George Contant George Contant, aka George Contant Sontag (1864 - date of death unknown), was an outlaw of the American West known mostly for train robberies.
George Curry (Wild Bunch) George Sutherland Currie (March 20, 1871 – April 17, 1900), also known as George "Flat-nose" Curry, was an American robber of the American Old West.
George Newcomb George "Bittercreek" Newcomb (1866-May 2, 1895) was an American outlaw of the American Old West.
George Waightman George "Red Buck" Weightman (1850 - October 2, 1895) was an Old West outlaw, and member of the Doolin-Dalton gang.
Gratton Dalton Gratton Hanley "Grat" Dalton (March 30, 1861 – October 5, 1892) was an American outlaw in the American Old West.
Hank Vaughan Henry Clay Vaughn aka Hank Vaughn was born to Alexander and Elizabeth Vaughan in the Willamette Valley of Oregon Territory.
Harry Tracy Harry Tracy (23 October 1875-1902) was an outlaw in the closing days of the Old West.
Harvey Logan Harvey Alexander Logan (1867 – June 17, 1904), also known as Kid Curry, was an American outlaw and gunman who rode with Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid's infamous Wild Bunch gang.
Henry Newton Brown Henry Newton Brown was an American Old West gunman who played the roles of both lawman and outlaw during his life.
Henry Plummer Henry Plummer served as sheriff of what became Bannack, Montana, from May 24, 1863 until January 10, 1864, when he was hanged without legal system trial by the controversial Montana Vigilantes.
Henry Starr Henry Starr (1874–1921) was an American outlaw: specifically, a horse thief and train robber.
Hoodoo Brown Hyman G. Neill, better known as Hoodoo Brown, was the leader of the Dodge City Gang in Las Vegas, New Mexico in 1879 and early 1880.
Horrell Brothers The Horrell Brothers, sometimes referred to as the Lawless Horrell Boys (ca.
Ike Clanton Ike Clanton was a member of a loosely associated group of outlaws known as the The Cowboys that had ongoing conflicts with lawmen Wyatt, Virgil, Morgan Earp and Doc Holliday.
Jack Dunlop (outlaw) Jack Dunlop, also known as John Dunlop, John Patterson, and most commonly "Three Fingered Jack" Dunlop (1872? - February 24, 1900) was an outlaw in the closing days of the Old ...
Jack McCall John "Jack" McCall (1852 or 1853–March 3, 1877), also known as "Crooked Nose Jack" or "Broken Nose Jack", was the murderer of Old West legend James Butler "Wild Bill" Hickok, shootin...
Jack Powers Jack Powers (John Power) (1827 – November 1860) was an Irish born gambler, outlaw, highway-robber, gang leader, and murderer in southern and central California during the Gold Rush era.
James Chiles (outlaw) James J. "Jim Crow" Chiles (May 1, 1833, Jackson County, Missouri–September 21, 1873) was a Confederate outlaw.
Jesse Evans (outlaw) Jesse Evans (1853 – ????) was an outlaw and gunman of the Old West, and leader of the Jesse Evans Gang.
Jesse Evans Gang The Jesse Evans Gang, also known as The Boys, was a gang of rustlers and robbers led by outlaw and gunman Jesse Evans, which lasted from 1876 until 1880.
Jesse James Jesse Woodson James (September 5, 1847April 3, 1882) was an American outlaw, gang leader, bank robber, train robber, and murderer from the state of Missouri and the most famous member of the Ja...
Jim Miller (outlaw) James Brown Miller (October 25, 1866 - April 19, 1909), also known as "Killin' Jim", "Killer Miller" and "Deacon Jim", was an American outlaw and assassin of the American Old West credited with ...
Jim Younger James Hardin "Jim" Younger (January 15, 1848 – October 19, 1902) was a notable American outlaw and member of the James-Younger gang.
John M. Larn John M. Larn (March 1, 1849 – June 23, 1878) was a western American lawman and later outlaw who, with gunfighter John Selman, operated a cattle rustling ring in Shackelford County, Texas f...
John Mason (outlaw) John Mason, (? - 1866), with Jim Henry, was one of the leaders of the Mason Henry Gang organized by secessionist Judge George Gordon Belt, that posed as Confederate partisan rangers but acted as...
John Middleton (cowboy) John Middleton was friend of Billy the Kid and a key member of the Regulators, who fought on behalf of John Tunstall during the Lincoln County War.
John Sontag John Sontag (May 27, 1861 - July 3, 1893) was an outlaw of the American West known mostly for train robberies.
John Wesley Hardin John Wesley Hardin (May 26, 1853 – August 19, 1895) was an American outlaw, gunfighter, and controversial folk icon of the Old West.
John Younger John Harrison Younger (1851 – March 17, 1874) was an American outlaw, the brother of Cole, Jim and Bob.
Johnny Ringo John Peters "Johnny" Ringo (May 3, 1850 – July 13, 1882) was an outlaw member of The Cowboys of Cochise County, of the American Old West, who was affiliated with Ike Clanton and Frank Stilwell in Cochise County, Arizona Territory during 1881–1882.
Joseph Graves Olney Joseph Graves Olney was a rancher and cattleman in what is now Cochise County, Arizona.
Juan Flores Juan Flores (c. 1834 – February 14, 1857) was a 19th-century Californio bandit who, with Pancho Daniel, led an outlaw gang known as "las Manillas" (the Handcuffs) and later as the Flores Daniel ...
Jules Beni Jules Beni (died 1861) was a western outlaw who robbed stagecoaches in the Colorado Territory.
King Fisher John King Fisher (1854 – March 11, 1884) was a gunslinger from the U.S. state of Texas during the heyday of the American Old West.
Little Britches (outlaw) Little Britches (born Jennie Stevenson in 1879; date and place of death unknown) was an outlaw in the American Old West associated with Cattle Annie.
Marion Hedgepeth Marion Hedgepeth (April 14, 1856 — December 31, 1909) – also known as the Handsome Bandit, the Debonair Bandit, the Derby Kid and the Montana Bandit – was a famous Wild W...
Newman Haynes Clanton Newman Haynes Clanton (c. 1816 - August 13, 1881), also known as "Old Man" Clanton, was a cattle rancher and father of four grown sons, one of whom was killed during the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.
Old Man Clanton Newman Haynes Clanton (1816- August 13, 1881) was a successful cattle rancher and the father of the four Clanton brothers of Tombstone, Arizona Territory, including Billy Clanton and Ike Clanton...
Oliver Yantis Oliver Yantis, known as Oliver "Ol" Yantis was an outlaw of the Old West, best known for being a member of the Doolin Dalton Gang.
Pancho Daniel Pancho Daniel (?-1858) was a Californio bandit, leader of the Flores Daniel Gang who was lynched in November 1858 while awaiting trial for his involvement in the murder of Los Angeles County She...
Pete Spence Pete Spence (1852–1914), suspected of robbery in 1878 in Goliad County, Texas, changed his name from Elliot Larkin Ferguson.
Pony Diehl Charles "Pony Diehl" Ray (possibly "Deal") was an Old West outlaw who crossed paths and associated with some of the most famous western characters in American history.
Red Lopez Red Lopez (1886 – October 1921) was a little-known Mexican outlaw who was responsible for at least thirty known murders in northern Mexico and the American Southwest.
Reno Gang The Reno Brothers Gang, also known as the Reno Gang and The Jackson Thieves, were a group of criminals that operated in the Midwestern United States during and just after the America...
Richard West (outlaw) Richard "Little Dick" West was an outlaw of the Old West, and a member of Bill Doolin's gang.
Robert Ford (outlaw) Robert Newton "Bob" Ford (December 8, 1861 – June 8, 1892) was an American outlaw best known for killing his gang leader, Jesse James, in 1882.
Rose Dunn Rose Dunn (September 5, 1878 - June 11, 1955), also known as Rose of the Cimarron, was best known for her good looks and for her romantic involvement with outlaw George "Bittercreek" Newco...
Roy Daugherty Roy Daugherty, also known as Arkansas Tom Jones, was an outlaw of the Old West, and a member of the Wild Bunch gang, led by Bill Doolin.
Rube Burrow Reuben Houston Burrow (December 11, 1854 - October 9, 1890), better known as Rube Burrow, was a nationally infamous train-robber and outlaw in the Southern and Southwestern United States.
Rufus Henry Ingram Rufus Henry Ingram was a bushwhacker that led Captain Ingram's Partisan Rangers that operated in California in 1864.
Sam Bass Sam Bass was a nineteenth-century American train robber and outlaw.
Sam Bass (outlaw) Sam Bass (July 21, 1851 – July 21, 1878) was a nineteenth-century American train robber and outlaw.
Sam Carey "Laughing" Sam Carey, possibly also Laughing Dick Carey, was one of the least known American Old West outlaws who was a member of the loosely knit Hole in the Wall Gang during the la...
Sandy King Sandy King, (1852? - November 9, 1881) was an outlaw of the Old West, and a member of the loosely knit gang, the Cowboys in Cochise County, Arizona Territory, during the period when the outlaws ...
Sherman McMaster Sherman McMaster was an outlaw turned lawman, who was one of the six men involved in the Earp vendetta ride.
Soapy Smith Jefferson Randolph "Soapy" Smith II (November 2, 1860 – July 8, 1898) was a famous con artist, saloon and gambling house proprietor, gangster and crime boss of the nineteenth century old west.
Steve Long "Big" Steve Long (died October 28, 1868) was a western lawman, outlaw, and one of the earliest examples of an Old West gunman, achieving his fame in the Wyoming Territory during the late 1860s.
Sundance Kid Harry Alonzo Longabaugh (1867 – November 7, 1908), better known as the Sundance Kid, was an outlaw and member of Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch, in the American Old West.
The Apache Kid (Haskay-bay-nay-ntayl) Has-kay-bay-nay-ntayl (c. 1860 - after 1894), better known as The Apache Kid, was a White Mountain Apache scout and outlaw, active in the U.S. states of Arizona and New Mexico and the Mexi...
The Authentic Life of Billy, the Kid The Authentic Life of Billy, the Kid is a biography and first-hand account written by Pat Garrett, sheriff of Lincoln County, New Mexico, in collaboration with a ghostwriter, Marshall Ashmun...
Thomas Bell Poole Thomas Bell Poole, (1818 - 1865) Under-sheriff of Monterey County, member of the Knights of the Golden Circle serving as a crewman of the Confederate privateer J. M. Chapman.
Tiburcio Vásquez Tiburcio Vásquez (April 10, 1835–March 19, 1875) was a Californio bandido who was active in California from 1854 to 1874.
Tom Bell (outlaw) Tom Bell was a western outlaw and physician known as the "Outlaw Doc".
Tom Ketchum Thomas E. Ketchum (October 31, 1863 – April 26, 1901), known as Black Jack, was a cowboy who later turned to a life of crime.
Tom McCauley Tom McCauley, better known by his alias as James Henry or Jim Henry (? - 1865), was one of the many California Gold Rush criminals in Tuolumne County convicted of murder with his...
Tom O'Folliard Tom O'Folliard (c. 1858 – December 19, 1880) was the best friend of the famous outlaw William Bonney (Billy the Kid).
Tom Pickett (outlaw) Tom Pickett (1858 – May 14, 1934) was a 19th-century American cowboy, professional gambler and, as both a lawman and outlaw at various points in his life, was an associate of Dave Rudabaugh and ...
Tom Starr Thomas Starr (1813–1890) was a Cherokee in the American West, who was declared an outlaw by his tribe in an internal conflict over treaties with the United States government.
William Blake (outlaw) William "Tulsa Jack" Blake was an outlaw of the Old West, and member of the Wild Bunch gang.
William Brocius William Brocius, known as Curly Bill Brocius was a gunman, rustler and an outlaw Cowboy in the Cochise County area of the Arizona Territory during the early 1880s.
William Carver (Wild Bunch) William "News" Carver (September 12, 1868 – April 2, 1901) was an American outlaw and a member of Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch during the closing years of the American Old West.
William L. Brooks William L. "Buffalo Bill" Brooks was a western lawman and later outlaw.
William Larkin Stiles William Larkin Stiles, also known as Billy Stiles or William Larkin, was an outlaw of the American Old West who, with partner Burt Alvord, led a small gang of train robbers while an ...
William M. Dalton William Marion Dalton (1866–June 8, 1894), called Bill Dalton, was an American outlaw in the American Old West.
William McWaters William McWaters (ca. 1844-1875) was an American gunfighter from Missouri who once rode with William Clarke Quantrill.
William P. Longley William Preston Longley (October 6, 1851 – October 11, 1878), also known as Wild Bill Longley, was an American Old West outlaw and gunfighter noted for his ruthless nature, speed wit...
William Tattenbaum William Tattenbaum, aka Russian Bill (1853-November 9, 1881) was an outlaw of the Old West, and an outlaw Cowboy in Cochise County, Arizona.
William Walters (outlaw) William Walters, also known as "Bronco Bill" (1869 - 1933?) was an outlaw during the closing days of the Old West.
Wood Hite Robert Woodson "Wood" Hite (c.1850-1881) was an outlaw and cousin of Frank and Jesse James.