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William Matthew Tilghman Jr. July 4, — November 1, was a career lawman, gunfighter, and politician in Kansas and Oklahoma during the late 19th century.
In he moved to Oklahoma where he acquired several properties during a series of land rushes. While serving as a Deputy U. Marshal in Oklahoma, he gained recognition for capturing the notorious outlaw Bill Doolin and helping to track and kill the other members of Doolin's gang, which made him famous as one of Oklahoma's "Three Guardsmen". Tilghman never achieved the household-word status of his close friends Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson but nevertheless remains a well-known figure of the American Old West.
His memoirs were made into a film that he directed and starred in as himself. Tilghman died in at the age of 70 after being shot and killed by a corrupt prohibition agent on the streets of Cromwell, Oklahoma. Much of the fa. Laura Devon May 23, — July 19, was an American actress, singer, and model.