This section lists most of the members of the Seven Rivers Warriors. The Warriors were a gang of rustlers who were made up primarily of small-time ranchers from the Seven Rivers area of southeastern Lincoln County. The small-time ranchers had been victimized by John Chisum and his large herds, which ate up most of the grazing land. It was due to acts such as this that the ranchers grew "ill-tempered" towards Chisum and formed the Seven Rivers Warriors gang to steal Chisum's livestock and generally make life difficult for the old cattle baron. During the Lincoln County War, the Warriors fought for the Dolan cause due to the fact that Tunstall and McSween were business partners with their enemy Chisum. After the war ended, the Warriors began to turn on each other and shortly thereafter the gang dissolved.
The Seven Rivers Warriors
Henry M. 'Hugh' Beckwith, killed during a robbery of his general store at Presidio, Texas in 1892.
Deputy Bob Beckwith, killed by a Regulator in Lincoln, New Mexico on July 19, 1878.
John M. Beckwith, killed by fellow Seven Rivers Warrior John Jones in Seven Rivers, New Mexico on Aug. 26, 1879
William H. Johnson, killed by fellow Seven Rivers Warrior Hugh Beckwith at Seven Rivers, New Mexico on Aug. 17, 1878.
Andrew 'Andy' Boyle, died of unknown causes in Dona Ana County on May 14, 1882 or 1887.
Deputy Marion F. Turner, possibly moved to California after the Lincoln County War and disappeared.
John A. Jones, killed by fellow Seven Rivers Warrior Bob Olinger in Seven Rivers, New Mexico on Aug. 29, 1879.
Jim P. Jones, died of cancer at Carlsbad, New Mexico on Feb. 5, 1930.
William M. 'Bill' Jones, died of natural causes in Carlsbad, New Mexico on Mar. 17, 1952.
Charlie 'Lollycooler' Crawford, killed by Regulator Fernando Herrera in Lincoln, New Mexico on July 17, 1878.
John Galvin, possibly killed by the Regulators in Lincoln, New Mexico on Apr. 30, 1878.
Johnny Hurley, killed by Nicholas Aragon in Chaperito, New Mexico on Jan. 25, 1886.
'Dutch Charlie' Kruling, nothing known of life past Lincoln County War.
John Wallace Olinger, died of broncho-pneumonia at Van Nuys, California on Feb. 25, 1940.
Robert 'Bob' Olinger (AKA: Big Indian, Pecos Bob), killed by Billy the Kid in Lincoln, New Mexico on Apr. 28, 1881.
Milo L. Pierce, died of natural causes at Roswell, New Mexico on Oxct. 20, 1919.
Tom Green, possibly killed by the Regulators in Lincoln, New Mexico on Apr. 30, 1878.
Joseph Nash, dragged to death by a roped bronco in Denver, Colorado in July 1901.
James B. Reese, killed by the Sanchez brothers at Tularosa, New Mexico on Aug. 2, 1878.
Deputy Thomas B. 'Buck' Powell, died of natural causes in Texas on Aug. 31, 1906.
Charles Marshall, possibly killed by the Regulators in Lincoln, New Mexico on Apr. 30, 1878.
Jim Ramer, nothing known of life after Lincoln County War
Jim Patterson, possibly killed by the Regulators in Lincoln, New Mexico on Apr. 30, 1878.
Deputy Jose Chavez y Baca, nothing known of life after Lincoln County War.
Sam R. Perry, died in a wagon accident at Perry Canyon in Nov. 1901.
Thomas Gaffney, nothing known of life after Lincoln County War.
Bob Speakes, enlisted in the Texas Rangers in 1880, was soon discharged, then disappeared.