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Billy The Kid

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  1. Nov 15,  · Billy the Kid was born Henry McCarty to Irish immigrants in New York City around He headed west with his family as a youth and had his first brush with the law in when he was arrested.
  2. Dec 04,  · A newly unearthed photo of Billy the Kid is expected to make one family fabulously wealthy. There may be no more infamous symbol of the American West in the 19th century than Billy the Kid. He went by William H. Bonney, although he was born Henry McCarty in New York to Irish immigrants.
  3. Billy the Kid B illy The Kid was born in the slums of New York City in After the death of his father, he traveled west with his mother ending up in Silver City, New Mexico Territory in Little of substance is known about Billy's life during this period, and myth has replaced fact to shroud the early years of Billy the Kid in folklore.
  4. Nov 21,  · BILLY the Kid plays cards with his gang in a photo — only the second confirmed image of the Wild West outlaw. The remarkable black and white shot, which shows the notorious gunman with Author: Sun Reporter.
  5. Billy the Kid Billy the Kids grave is within walking distance of a fort that was built in the 's. If you are a fan of Billy the kid it would be interesting to visit the grave of Billy the graphinzaticwgistdissotifdnibemime.coinfo the Kid is buried beside a wealthy man who lived in the old west at the time of Billy the 4/5(25).
  6. Jul 10,  · Billy the Kid, byname of William H. Bonney, Jr., original name Henry McCarty?, (born November 23, /60, New York, New York, U.S.—died July 14, , Fort Sumner, New Mexico), one of the most notorious gunfighters of the American West, reputed to have killed at least 27 men before being gunned down at about age
  7. Here Lies Billy the Kid, by David S. Turk, Cold West Publishing, Barto, Pa., , $28 Controversy and mystery shroud the life of Billy the Kid, from just where and when he was born to his role in New Mexico Territory’s Lincoln County War (whether he deserved amnesty, as others received, from Governor Lew Wallace), and from his death in Fort Sumner at the .
  8. May 14,  · Western outlaw Billy the Kid met his demise at about a.m. on July 14, , when he went to his friend Pete Maxwell’s home in Fort Sumner, New Mexico in search of a slice of beef for a.
  9. This is a small museum in a small town in Texas. Whether you agree that Bushy Bill and Billy the Kid are the same person or not, the museum provides a very interesting story. In addition the the Bushy Bill/Billy the Kid story, the museum has other memorabilia on display 4/5(52).

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