- 1. From US 70 turn south onto Glencoe Loop (US 70 Frontage Road).
- 2. From Glencoe Loop turn south onto Coe Canyon Road.
- 3. Take Coe Canyon Road until you come to the fork at Tunstall Canyon Road.
- 4. Take the left leg of the fork which will.
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John H. Tunstall Murder Site. Glencoe, New Mexico (NM), US. The murder of Englishman John H. Tunstall on 18 Feb 1878 ignited the so-called Lincoln County War, during which an obscure young ranch-hand named Henry McCarty, alias William H. Bonney, would become famous in newspaper reports as "Billy the Kid". This marker isn't at the actual murder site but is located on highway 70 below the hills where the event took place.
Aug 09, 2015 · John H. Tunstall Murder Site Location. . Marker can be reached from Forest Road FS9019D. Located approximately 4 miles off of US 70. See directions... Other nearby markers. . At least 8 other markers are within 10 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. John H. More about this marker. . ...
John H. Tunstall Murder Site. The murder of Englishman John H. Tunstall on 18 Feb 1878 ignited the so-called Lincoln County War, during which an obscure young ranch-hand named Henry McCarty, alias William H. Bonney, would become famous in newspaper reports as "Billy the Kid". This marker isn't at the actual murder site but is located on highway 70 below the hills where the event took place.
Feb 13, 2018 · LHS volunteers joined Ranger Schultz and Tim Roberts, DCA, Site Manager of LHS, at the site of John Henry Tunstall’s murder on Feb. 18, 1878.
Today there is a roadside historical marker located on the side of the road along Highway 70 East of Ruidoso proclaiming to be the Tunstall Murder Site. This marker gives an excellent overview of the events that occurred on that fateful day, but is located approximately six miles from the actual murder site.
Jul 24, 2011 · Murder Site. 1. John H. Tunstall Marker. Inscription. John H. Tunstall. Murder Site. In one of the Lincoln County War’s earliest violent encounters, John H. Tunstall was shot and killed at a nearby site on February 18, 1878. Tunstall’s death set off a series of violent reprisals between his friends, among whom was William “Billy the Kid” Bonney, and forces of the Murphy/Dolan faction of the tragic conflict.
Sep 04, 2014 · In the Classic Gunfight coverage I'd like Gus Walker to produce a three-part map, showing the route from the Tunstall ranch to the death site, with the route taken by Fred Waite and the wagon and with call-out boxes showing when the Tunstall group left, and when the Dolan posse showed up at the camp, and then when they left in pursuit.
John Henry Tunstall (6 March 1853 – 18 February 1878), born in London, became a rancher and merchant in Lincoln County, New Mexico, United States, where he competed with Irish Catholic merchants, lawmen, and politicians who ran the town of Lincoln and the county.