THOMAS BENTON YATES
Thomas Benton Yates, Company G, 68th Indian Volunteer Infantry, Civil War.
SHERMAN C. ZARING
Sherman C. Zaring worked as a mail handler. He died as a result of a fall from a truck.
Thomas Coleman Younger
From "Electric Library", Encylopedia.com:
Thomas Coleman "Cole" Younger, 1844-1916, Amerian Outlaw, b. Jackson Co., Missouri. After the Civil War, he joined the outlaw band of Jesse James, with whom he had served as a Confederate gerrilla under William C. Quantrill. He became a trusted and influential member of the gang. With two of his brothers, James and Robert, Cole was captured after an unsuccessful attempt to rob the bank at Northfield, Minnesota, (1876). All three were sentenced to life imprisonment. Largely, throught the efforts of Capt. Warren C. Bronaugh, a Confederate veteran, who alleged that the brothers had been driven into crime by persecution of their family during the Civil War, Cole and James were paroled in 1901.
Robert had died in prison in 1889. James committed suicide in 1902, but Cole Younger completely pardoned in 1903, returned to Missouri, where he lectured, traveled with a Wild West Show, and worked peacefully at various jobs.
Cole Younger joined Quantrill in 1862 at the age of 18.
Cole Younger and Belle Starr had a relationship but may not have been legally married.
James Hardin Younger
Jim Younger shot himself in the head one year after being released from prison in Minnesota.
John Harrison Younger
John Harrison Younger was killed in a battle with Pinkerton Dectectives.
EMILY JANE YOUNGER
An article in the "Kansas City Star" of August 16, 1907 reports that Emma Leach had lost a leg as a result of a streetcar accident.