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Surname Given Position or
Crime
County or
Territory
Source
KAASE Henry C. U. S. Deputy Marshal Holdenville - Western District brdp213
KALIJAH Seaborn
aka "Seborn Green"
Bootlegger - Murder
Mark Kuykendall, henry Smith and William Kelly who were left in charge of him
brought in by U. S. Deputy Marshal Phillips
sentenced to be hung on 10-07-1887 at Ft. Smith.
Creek Nation imp121
htp78-79
National Park Service
KELL Bud T. U. S. Deputy Marshal Creek and Cherokee Nations brdp196
htp76
KELLER Henry Deputy Marshal Payne Co. ootp51
KELLEY Era A. Sheriff
killed by "Pretty Boy" Floyd near Bixby, Oklahoma
Tulsa County, Oklahoma pbfp252
KELLEY Ralph Sheriff from Cowlington LeFlore Co. 1p43
KELLY Curtis Outlaw
rode with Al Spencer and Jelly Nash
Indian Territory pbfp125
KELLY George "Machine Gun" Kidnapping of millionaire oil tycoon Charles F. Urschel Oklahoma City, Oklahoma pbfp324
KELLY Robert Outlaw - brought in by Bass Reeves Indian Territory brdp195
KELLY Wiley Outlaw - brought in by Bass Reeves Indian Territory brdp196
KELLY William Posseman
was killed by Seaborn Kalijah in the Creek Nation
Indian Territory  
KELTY Robert Under Sheriff Carter Co.  
KEN-A-WAH Robert Outlaw - brought in by Bass Reeves Indian Territory brdp195
KENNEDY R. G. Police Detective Tulsa, Oklahoma pbfp244
KERBOW Doc Sheriff from Poteau LeFlore Co. 1p43
KEYS Charlie Bootlegger - Outlaw LeFlore Co. 1p43
Louise Rider Interview,
April 16, 1938
KILLGORE C. B. Judge Purcell, I. T.  
KILLIAN Lee Outlaw
was in jail at Guthrie, when Doolin made his break and leaped upon the Guard and seized his weapon
re-captured by Heck Thomas
Oklahoma Territory htp243-244
KILLINGSWORTH Robert U. S. Marshal Muskogee Co. Indian Pioneer Papers
LeRoy Ward Interview,
October 9, 1937
KIMES George Bank Robber
brother of Matthew Kimes
killed Sequoyah County Deputy Sheriff Perry Chuculate
Oklahoma pbfp179
KIMES Matthew Bank Robber
brother of George Kimes
killed Sequoyah County Deputy Sheriff Perry Chuculate
Oklahoma pbfp179
KING Cicero Unknown Logan Co. See document
KING James Robert Sheriff
1st Sheriff
Hughes Co. Being researched by:
Paula Moore
See photo
KING J. W. Lawman Chant/McCurtain area of Haskell Co. McCurtain Lawmen
KING Robert "Bunk" Lawman Chant/McCurtain area of Haskell Co. McCurtain Lawmen
KINNEY J. J. Railroad Detective Cherokee Nation htp123
KINSEY Charles Chief of Police Muskogee, I. T. brdp117
KIRKSEY Billy Special Deputy Marshal
killed in the line of duty 05-01-1885
in a shootout with the Lee Gang.
Indian Territory Roll of Honor
Steve Bemrich
KISER ? U. S. Commissioner Garvin Co. Indian Pioneer Papers
Lem F. Blevins,
May 20, 1937
KITTRELL Troy Bank Robber
robbed Morris State Bank, Morris Oklahoma-May 9.1932
Morris, OK noted in pages 90-95, of book, Armed and Dangerous by R.D.Morgan with Mike Koch-Copyright 2002,120 pages-17 pages photographs-Ez Lane publishing
Submitted by:
Naomi777ezlane@aol.com
KLINSKE M. L. Trespassing Logan Co. See document
KNARR Ralph Chief of Police
1943-1956
Enid, Garfield Co. Enid Police Chiefs
KNIGHT Ben Sheriff Goingsnake District, I. T. Indian Pioneer Papers
Tom Devine, Interview
March 14, 1938
KNIGHT William Reeves U. S. Marshal Lawton, I. T. See more
Submitted by:
Howard Yeilding - g grandson
KREBBS E. Ranger 1868 Choctaw Nation Doug Barkley
KREBBS N. F. Clerk 1871, Judge 1874, Depty Sheriff 1888 Choctaw Nation Doug Barkley
KREBBS Nathaniel
Folsom
Court Clerk 1870 Choctaw Nation Doug Barkley
KRESS Frank U. S.Deputy Marshal Oklahoma Territory whfp59
KRUSE John Possession of Liquor Logan Co. See document
KUYKENDALL Mark Posseman
was killed by Seaborn Kalijah in the Creek Nation
Indian Territory  


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