Thursday, July 9, 2009

Floyd Patrick and His First Shotgun

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

maybe this is common knowledge in the u.s. but I had to google this :

(born June 5, 1850, Chambers county, Ala., U.S. — died Feb. 29, 1908, near Las Cruces, N.M.) U.S. lawman. He worked as a cowboy and buffalo hunter until 1879, when he settled in Lincoln county, N.M., and became sheriff. In 1881 he tracked down and shot the escaped outlaw Billy the Kid. He was later a rancher near Roswell, N.M., deputy sheriff and then sheriff of Dona Ana county, N.M., and customs collector in El Paso, Texas. He was fatally shot in an apparent dispute over the lease of his ranch, though suspicions lingered that he was executed by an enemy from his days as sheriff.

Anonymous said...

oh, sorry.. this is your grand father?
oopsoops
mistake.
can't delete my previous comment.
still, would have been a picture filled with meaning if it were the person i thought it was