Pete Spence

Pete Spence (1852–1914), suspected of robbery in 1878 in Goliad County, Texas, changed his name from Elliot Larkin Ferguson. He was later a suspect in a stagecoach robbery outside Bisbee, Arizona and was known for his association with outlaw Cowboys Frank and Tom McLaury and Ike and Billy Clanton of Tombstone, Arizona Territory. Spence was also a suspect in the assassination of Morgan Earp.

Read more about Pete SpenceOrigins, Tombstone and Bisbee, The Sandy Bob Bisbee Line Stage Robbery, Suspect in Morgan Earp Assassination, Manslaughter Conviction and Later Life

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Pete Spence - Manslaughter Conviction and Later Life
... In June 1883, Spence was working as a deputy sheriff in Georgetown, New Mexico, when he buffaloed Rodney O’Hara, killing him ... Phin Clanton died in 1906, and Spence married Phin's widow four years later on April 2, 1910, using his real name of Elliot Larkin Ferguson ...
Earp Vendetta Ride - Posse Breaks Up
... On Friday, March 25, the Tucson grand jury indicted Pete Spence, Frank Stilwell, "Indian Charlie" Cruz, Frederick Bode, and "John Doe" Fries for Morgan Earp ... Pete Spence's trial began on April 2, but ended very quickly when the prosecution called Mrs ... Marietta Spence to the stand ...