Newman H. "Old Man" Clanton:
Patriarch of the Clanton Family--the ones who fought the Earps at the OK Corral. (The Earps were Yankees! One
Earp brother was a Union veteran.)
John. N. Leatherwood: Member
of the legislature, prominent Judge, rancher, miner and citizen of Tucson.
Sylvester Mowrey: Miner,
Granville H. Oury: Territorial
legislator, delegate to the Confederate Congress, officer in the Army of the Confederate States. The only man
to serve in both the Congress of the Confederate States and the Congress of the United States.
"Texas" John Slaughter:
Pioneer, rancher, Sheriff of Cochise County.
Jack Swilling: Founder of
the Salt River Project, the irrigation and electrical power system for Phoenix and the Valley of the Sun.
J.B. Taylor: Douglas businessman
James Henry Tevis: Founder
and first Captain of the Arizona Rangers law enforcement unit, predecessor of today's Arizona Department of Public Safety.
John Frank Wilson: Arizona
Territorial Attorney General, Arizona Delegate to Congress.
Brannick Riggs: Cochise County Rancher, listed in the Rex Allen Cowboy Hall of Fame in Willcox.
Cephas G. Kincaid: Douglas businessman and pioneer
Daniel Showalter: Member of California legislature prior to the War, supported California secession, moved to Arizona and supported
Granville H. Oury. Commanded a regiment in the Arizona Brigade.
Sherod Hunter: Commanded Company A, Arizona Rangers, and the garrison at Tucson.
Richard Ewell: Commanded Fort Buchanan near Sonoita prior to the War, was the namesake for Ewell County (later renamed Pima
County), Associate of Sylvester Mowrey in several mining ventures.
Nathan Terry Wanslee:
Prominent Gila Valley farmer and businessman.
Sam Ford: US Customs
agent before the War, member of Company A, Arizona Rangers. Killed in action at Dragoon Springs.
John Donaldson: Associate
of Sylvestor Mowrey and Richard Ewell, Tucson businessman, member of Company A, Arizona Rangers. Killed in action at
John H. Wright: Justice
of the Arizona Supreme Court
Hiram Owens: Prominent
miner and Yavapai County businessman.
Samuel H. Drachman: Prominent
Tucson merchant and businessman. A street in Tucson is named for him.
Dr. Francis H. Goodwin:
Physician, member of the Arizona House of Representatives, Board Secretary, Tucson Unified School District, Sheriff and County
Assessor for Yuma County, US Marshal, US Customs Collector, Probate Judge and member of the Board of Regents of the University
John Elliott Walker: Served
in Co E, 43rd Battalion, Virginia Cavalry (Mosby's Rangers). Clerk of the District Court of Maricopa County; Clerk of
the Arizona Territorial Supreme Court; Maricopa County Treasurer; Sheriff of Maricopa County.
J.J. McClelland: Prominent
Tombstone merchant and rancher.
Amazon Howell: Merchant
and rancher in Tombstone; Texas John Slaughter's father-in-law.
C.B. Kelton: Cochise
County Sheriff and associate of Texas John Slaughter.
Mitts Quenner: Mining
engineer, holder of several patents for mining equipment.
David Crockett Davis:
John Melton Biggs:
Douglas businessman and building contractor.
Charles J. Dunlap:
Douglas City Marshal.
Robert Perrin: Rancher
in Cochise County.
Jack Shepard: Rancher
in Cochise County.
John Hance: Grand
Canyon Pioneer and guide--probably the first white man to settle at the canyon. First person to be buried in the Grand
Canyon National Park Cemetery. Hance Rapids on the Colorado River in the canyon are named for him.
John W. Parks: Prominent
cattleman and mine owner in Graham County. Justice of the Peace in Solomonville, Deputy Sheriff under Graham County
Sheriff William Whelan.
Clay Beauford aka Wilford C. Bridwell:
Served in Pickett's Division at Gettysburg. Enlisted in US Army after the war. Recipient of the Congressional
Medal of Honor for his service in the Indian Wars. After discharge, worked as a Scout for the Army. Took part in the
capture of Geronimo. Represented Graham County in the Territorial Legislature.