Wyatt Earp - Throughout his dangerous career as lawman, prospector, saloon keeper, buffalo hunter & detective, he never suffered a single gun shot wound. He died of old age just nine weeks short of his 81st birthday on January 13, 1929.
John "Doc" Holliday - Dentist from Georgia considered one of the quickest men with gun or knife. He searched in vain for the "daisy" who could best him & prevent him from dieing from the tuberculosis that plagued him. He succumbed in Glenwood Springs, CO November 8, 1887. His reputed last words while eyeing his bootless feet were, "I'll be damned. This is funny."
Morgan Earp - Suffered a gun shot wound to the upper body at the O.K. Corral. He was murdered by ambush March 18, 1882. His death would spark Wyatt's "vendetta ride."
Virgil Earp - Suffered a leg wound at the O.K. Corral. He survived an ambush on Dec 28, 1881 but was left a partial cripple. He died of pneumonia in October 1905.
The Gunfighters at The O.K. Corral
Tom McLaury - Killed at the O.K. Corral gunfight. Age 28.
Frank McLaury - Killed at the O.K. Corral gunfight. Age 33.
Billy Clanton - Killed at the O.K. Corral gunfight. Age 19.
Ike Clanton - The biggest instigator of the O.K. Corral gunfight, he fled when the fight began. He was killed at the age of 40 by detective J.V. Brighton on June 1, 1887.