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Franklin Leslie

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  1. a western gunman, most known as the killer of Billy Claiborne, as well as an Indian scout and customs official and prospector. Wyatt Earp was said to have stated "Leslie was the only man who could compare to Doc Holliday's blinding speed and accuracy

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  2. Leslie's death has been disputed

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  3. born on March 23, 1848?

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  4. died 1930?

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  5. Born Nashville Franklin [Franklyn] Leslie in Nashville, Tennessee, on March 23, 1848

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