John Wesley Hardin war einer der vielen Revolverhelden im Wilden Westen. Die Ereignisse um diese Männer fanden größtenteils in der zweiten Hälfte des. John Wesley Hardin war einer der vielen Revolverhelden im Wilden Westen. Die Ereignisse um diese Männer fanden größtenteils in der zweiten Hälfte des. Old West outlaw and gunslinger John Wesley Hardin was born May 26, , in Bonham, Texas. Rumored to be so mean he once shot a man for snoring. First Edition , Mangan Books, El Paso, Texas. Später traf Hardin in Abilene, Kansas, ein. The two entrepreneurs had painted a picture of a bull with a large erect penis on the side of their establishment as an advertisement. Report which confirms that the week before, three Mexican herders were killed at Park City, Shedgwick County, Kansas. Um auch noch in Ohnmacht zu fallen, waren damals die jungen Frauen wohl zu robust. Hardin drew his revolver and shot Maje five times. Am säten Abend des Im November - Hardin war 15 Jahre alt - besuchte er seinen Onkel, der eine Plantage in der Nähe von Moscow, Texas, hatte. Cohron ermordet hatte, und tötete ihn. From Internet Book Watch. Hardin next killed Jack Helm, a former State Police captain, who led the fight against the anti-Reconstructionist forces of Jim Taylor in the Sutton-Taylor Feud. Born in central Texas on May 26, , Hardin killed his first man when he was only 15 during the violent period of post-Civil War reconstruction. Texas was ruled by the military according to congressional Reconstruction policies, and Hardin believed that he would not receive a fair trial for the murder. While there, he read theological books, becoming the superintendent of the prison Sunday School, and studied law. John Wesley Wes Hardin, outlaw, son of James G. He took as his lover the wife of one of his clients, Martin Morose, and when Morose found out about the affair, Hardin hired a number of law officials to assassinate him. First race is held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Nachrichten, Rezensionen und Schriftsteller-Porträts. Hardin broke out of the Gonzales County jail with the help of Mannen Clements. Hardin said he was unarmed and excused himself but claims that later that night, Bradley came looking for him. The Sutton—Taylor feud intensified when Jim and Bill Taylor gunned down Billy Sutton and Gabriel Slaughter  as they waited on a steamboat platform in Indianola, Texas , on March 11, Half-dressed and still drunk, he and Clements exited through a second-story window onto the roof of the hotel. It features mother-of-pearl grips, and the back-strap is hand-engraved "J. A relative smuggled a hacksaw to Hardin, who escaped after cutting through the bars of a prison window.