Sam Bass

Sam Bass may refer to:

  • Sam Bass (outlaw) (1851–1878), American train robber and outlaw
  • Sam Bass (artist) (born 1961), American sports artist

Other articles related to "sam bass, bass":

Frank Jackson (outlaw) - Biography
... for Jim Murphy in Denton, Texas when he became acquainted with Sam Bass ... The following year, Jackson reluctantly joined Bass and his gang in a number of bank robberies holding up a stage near Fort Worth on December 22 and again on January 28, 1878 ... He became a close associate of Bass over the course of the next year and, at one point, he was able to intervene on behalf Jim Murphy when he was suspected of being an informant ...
Round Rock, Texas - History - 19th Century History - The Era of Sam Bass - 1870s
... gunfight and subsequent capture (and death) of the 19th-century American train robber Sam Bass, by the Texas Ranger Division on July 19, 1878 ... The Rangers followed Bass and his gang after they robbed the Fort Worth-to-Cleburn train ... Bass was tracked to Round Rock and as he attempted to flee, Bass was shot and killed in a gun battle by Ranger George Herold and Ranger sergeant Richard Ware ...
Texas Ranger Division - High-profile Cases - Sam Bass
... In 1878, Sam Bass and his gang, who had perpetrated a series of bank and stagecoach robberies beginning in 1877, held up two stagecoaches and four trains within 25 miles (40 ... Bass was able to elude the Rangers until a member of his party, Jim Murphy, turned informer, cut a deal to save himself, and led the law to the gang ... As Bass's band rode south, Murphy wrote to Major John B ...

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