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 - HENRY STARR MARRIED. Miss Ollie Gi-itlin the...
HENRY STARR MARRIED. Miss Ollie Gi-itlin the Bride of the .Former Bandit Hine. From Wednesday's Daily Y 'e8terday morning when > Deputy Clerk Sfiaekelford arrived at the court house he iound a handsome youog man showing strongly the blood of Cherokee in his veins. The young man asked for a marriage licence and the clerk had to ask twice wbeq told it was Henry Starr. He gave the ynuug woman's name as Miss Ollie Griffin, of a prominent Cherokee family. After procuring the license Starr, asked Mr. Shakelfurd to go to the Evans hotel and perform the ceremony. The only witness^was a Mrs. Starr of Star- villa. Starr made an I^IeaT groom and Miss Griffin a beautiful bride. They will leave this morning for Tulsa, where they wrft make their future home. Henry Starr was at onetime thp leader of one of the boldest bands of outlaws in the territory, and was at differ- i ent times associated with Bill Cook and ( Cherokee Bill. His daring was admired even by the officers who were | hunting foi him. In hie duel with Deputy Kloyd Wilson some eight years ago, in which the deputy lost his life, this daring saved his life with the odds eo against him. Ha was captured and tried for the killing and released. Twice was Henry Starr convicted of murder in Judge Parker's court. He was finally sent to the penitentiary for 15 years for robbery but pardoned seme eight months ago. -

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  1. Muskogee Phoenix,
  2. 17 Sep 1903, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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