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Bluford S. Cox (1850 - aft. 1900)

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Bluford S. Cox
Born in Wright county, Missourimap
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Died after in Washington state?map
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Biography

Bluford S. Cox was an outlaw who killed at least 26 men in his lifetime. here is one Deputy Sheriff, George M. Doolittle, Lampasas county Sheriff's department, Texas. end of watch Wednesday, January 8, 1879, he was in the area of Lexington, Indian Territory (Later Oklahoma), attempting to arrest Bluford Cox, who was from Lampasas county, Texas. who was wanted for the murder of Thomas Gardner of Williamson county, Texas. as Doolittle attempted to arrest Cox, Cox shot and killed the deputy, Cox escaped. Doolittle was a former Texas Ranger and was single about 3\28-29 years old. [1]

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