We was married at my home in Coffeyville, and she bore me eleven children and then went on to her reward.
The raid on Coffeyville, October 5, 1892, both established and ended their reputation as desperadoes of the border.
They rode into Coffeyville at half-past nine the following morning.
He declared that too many people knew them in Coffeyville, and that the job would prove too big for them to handle.
Wichita, Coffeyville, and other towns of lower Kansas in turn made bids for prominence as cattle marts.