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Battle of the Little Bighorn to Frank Tolan

Medal Of Honor Voluntarily brought water to the wounded under fire.

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Frank Tolan to Frank Tolan

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Battle of the Little Bighorn to Charles H Welch

Medal Of Honor Voluntarily brought water to the wounded, under fire.

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Charles H Welch to Charles H Welch

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Richard Brewer to Alexander Anderson McSween

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Richard Brewer to John Henry Tunstall

Brewer was working as a cattle foreman for cattleman John Tunstall, owner of one of the largest farms in the area

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Richard Brewer to William Henry McCarty

After Tunstall's murder, a posse was deputized to serve arrest warrants on his killers, with Brewer chosen to lead the posse.[4] The Regulators originated from that posse, and included Billy the Kid and Jose Chavez y Chavez.

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Alexander Anderson McSween to William Henry McCarty

McSween-Tunstall hired gunmen to protect them and their properties, including Billy the Kid, Dick Brewer, George Coe, and Frank Coe, among others.

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Alexander Anderson McSween to John S Chisum

McSween was allied with John Chisum, the owner of a large ranch and over 100,000 head of cattle. McSween became a business partner of Tunstall, and they both sought Chisum's support.

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Alexander Anderson McSween to John Henry Tunstall

McSween was allied with John Chisum, the owner of a large ranch and over 100,000 head of cattle. McSween became a business partner of Tunstall, and they both sought Chisum's support.

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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William Henry McCarty to John S Chisum

Billy the Kid escaped from custody and went to see Chisum to collect a $500 debt. Chisum refused payment, claiming that he instead had given the Kid horses, supplies, and protection over the years. The Kid promised to steal $500 worth of cattle from Chisum to make up this sum

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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John S Chisum to John Henry Tunstall

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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John Henry Tunstall to William Henry McCarty

One of Tunstall's employees was the 18-year-old William Bonney (aka Henry McCarty, aka William Henry Antrim, aka El Chivato, 1859 . He was later dubbed as "Billy the Kid"

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Henry W B Mechlin to Otto Voit

Volunteered with Otto Voit George Geiger, Charles Windolph, and Henry Mechlin to hold an exposed position standing erect on the brow of the hill facing the Little Big Horn River. They fired constantly in this manner for more than 20 minutes diverting fire and attention from another group filling canteens of water that were desperately needed.

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Henry W B Mechlin to George Geiger

Volunteered with Otto Voit George Geiger, Charles Windolph, and Henry Mechlin to hold an exposed position standing erect on the brow of the hill facing the Little Big Horn River. They fired constantly in this manner for more than 20 minutes diverting fire and attention from another group filling canteens of water that were desperately needed.

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Henry W B Mechlin to Charles Windolph

Volunteered with Otto Voit George Geiger, Charles Windolph, and Henry Mechlin to hold an exposed position standing erect on the brow of the hill facing the Little Big Horn River. They fired constantly in this manner for more than 20 minutes diverting fire and attention from another group filling canteens of water that were desperately needed.

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Henry W B Mechlin to Otto Voit

Volunteered with Otto Voit George Geiger, Charles Windolph, and Henry Mechlin to hold an exposed position standing erect on the brow of the hill facing the Little Big Horn River. They fired constantly in this manner for more than 20 minutes diverting fire and attention from another group filling canteens of water that were desperately needed.

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Henry W B Mechlin to George Geiger

Volunteered with Otto Voit George Geiger, Charles Windolph, and Henry Mechlin to hold an exposed position standing erect on the brow of the hill facing the Little Big Horn River. They fired constantly in this manner for more than 20 minutes diverting fire and attention from another group filling canteens of water that were desperately needed.

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Henry W B Mechlin to Charles Windolph

Volunteered with Otto Voit George Geiger, Charles Windolph, and Henry Mechlin to hold an exposed position standing erect on the brow of the hill facing the Little Big Horn River. They fired constantly in this manner for more than 20 minutes diverting fire and attention from another group filling canteens of water that were desperately needed.

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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Charles Windolph to Otto Voit

Volunteered with Otto Voit George Geiger, Charles Windolph, and Henry Mechlin to hold an exposed position standing erect on the brow of the hill facing the Little Big Horn River. They fired constantly in this manner for more than 20 minutes diverting fire and attention from another group filling canteens of water that were desperately needed.

Connection made 10 Jul 2016.

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