Harvey Logan was also known as Kid Curry. He was an outlaw in the old west who rode with Butch Cassidy, The Sundance Kid and Black Jack Ketchum just to name a few. In this video we will have a look at the grave of Kid Curry.
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28 thoughts on “Kid Curry’s Grave & Story!”
I think the colorized photo at 17:18 has the Sundance Kid mislabeled. I think he's in the front row-far left.
I've never seen a cemetery like this before. Is it a Colorado thing?
Good video . I just want to say that there is controversy over that actually being Harvey Logan aka Kid Curry that is buried there. I'm sure, and I'm not alone, that Kid Curry lived decades longer. I have a source that it's Matt Brady that is buried there. But Matt Brady may also be an alias.
This guy definitely needs his own movie. If they haven’t already
one of my ancestors is buried at that same place! this is so cool
Hey! Kid, C! Thanks for sharing!
Curry. Mary Kay. FAO Schwarz. Howard Hughes. Quannah Parker. Good times. Good memories. Good family.
Wow! I live just up the road from bagshot here in the UK. What a lovely surprise whilst watching
79 years plus however many days, is a long time I think for someone to live in that era of time! I think it's so cool they put the years and months & days lived!!
I love these obscure grave sites! Just outside of where I live there's one just off the road but in the cornfield! Totally in the cornfield!!
I have stuffed and taking pictures but I don't remember now how old the graves were.
Does anyone know if they had a set burial depth or laws of buriel back then, because I've seen some very shallow graves in history docs even above ground just covered with a mound of dirt and even rocks probably due to time energy, frozen ground even risk of dying if the survivors wasted time n energy digging a grave when their own lifes were at risk.
Doing my monthly catch up on all the videos I missed. Thanks Rhetty, you the best.
I lived in a group home in the late 70's where there was a cemetery with people in from the 1700's and we all went there at night. Some of the others wanted to do pencil rubbings of the old tombstones. I told them they're not alone and spirits were wandering and they laughed. Well I had the last laugh when the others ran out screaming in terror.
And if you're wondering what the stones are on top of the tombstones, I was told by my parents that the stones keep the spirits from walking around from that grave. You'll find that on Jewish graves like you noted. I guess we like to keep settled and not wander around but why it prevents the spirit from wandering around with rocks on the tombstone it I was never told that history.
It's such a shame that things have broken off or missing on tombstones and weeds. So much for perpetual care.
That McPherson grave the death date of 1899? That's when my paternal grandfather was born. The interesting thing is that dad's dad was born in the last year of the 19th century, and mom's dad was born in 1900. So I've got 19th and early 20th century in me on both sides. And when history is concerned is that we're born in one century and pass in another and the history we see ends up in history books. But we can say we were there when it happened.
thank you for taking the time to shear this cemetery and story have a great day
Beautiful country. Thank you for the video
Really enjoyed the history you gave us with this as gave us a better idea of the time with the way you have portrayed it Thankyou Rhetty and Sarah
Thank you so much. I do not always comment but always enjoy and appreciate your fantastic information and coverage of these old cemeteries. Thank you for keeping history Alive with your efforts. My friend you do Great work…..
Great video Rhett, Interesting as always.
Awesome cemetery wish I could visit it…Thanks for sharing!
Thank you for these videos.
So I live outside of St John's Arizona almost into New Mexico about 20 mile dirt road drive, and I can tell you even in this century if you want to get away and melt into the landscape this is the place to do it. It had to be grueling to ride horseback into this area its rugged and even now the roads are terrible and lonely I can only imagine a stagecoach ride,yikes. Concho Arizona is just to the west of us and this area still has many old Adobe houses from that time period standing to this day. This is a tough place now can only imagine then. Thank you for the very informative video.
Never heard of kid curry
Yes, quite the cemetery 😉, a lot of times if they died in the winter they would hold the bodies in ice houses till the ground thawed.
Good story good western 🎵
Rhett have you seen my glasses I can't see without them? I think I lost them somewhere near Kid Curry's grave but I'm not sure? Tom YQR Regina Canada
Let me be the first to contradict Pinkerton in his statement on Kid Curry about having no redeeming value. Either he (or one of his co-horts in crime) before blowing up a express car on the train, let a Dog get away so he wouldn't be hurt or killed. There's something to say about that. He may not have meant much to a human after all that he did, but he meant the world to that Dog. Rest in Peace all who are resting there.