Augustus M. "Gus" Glidea, born in Dewitt County, Texas in 1854, died of natural causes at Douglas Arizona in 1935, - Lawman, cowboy and later an outlaw - He was working as a cowboy by 1866 and served as a Texas Ranger in Company D and F often fighting Indians.
John Wesley Hardin (May 26, 1853—August 19, 1895) was an American outlaw, gunfighter, and controversial folk hero of the Old West. Hardin is known to have had at least one encounter with the well-known lawman, "Wild Bill" Hickok. When he was finally captured and sent to prison in 1878, Hardin claimed to have already killed 42 men. In August 1895, Hardin was shot to death by John Selman, Sr. in the Acme Saloon, in El Paso, Texas.