Emanuel Clements (1868 - 1908)

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Nicknames: "Mannie", "Little Mannen", "Manny"
Birthplace: TX, USA
Death: Died in El Paso, El Paso, TX, USA
Cause of death: Shot by an unknown person at the Coney Island Saloon in El Paso.
Occupation: Cattleman, Lawman, Frazer - Miller Feud
Managed by: Lizzie Keitel
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About Emanuel Clements

Emanuel "Mannie” Clements, Jr. (1869-1908) - A lawman and cattleman, Clements was born in Gonzales County, Texas. He was raised in Ballinger, Texas and called "Little Mannen” or "Mannie," to distinguish him from his cattleman father, Emmanuel "Mannen" Clements, Sr., who was called "Big Mannen.” His sister, Sallie, grew up to marry the notorious "Killer Jim” Miller. In 1891, Miller managed to get himself hired as a deputy in Pecos, Texas. However, just a few months later, his boss Sheriff Bud Frazer fired him, touching off the Frazer-Miller feud, in which Mannie Clements would be involved. Miller then got himself appointed as Pecos City Marshal and hired Mannie to work for him.

Source: http://www.legendsofamerica.com/we-lawmenlist-c.html#Emanuel%20%E2%80%9CMannen%E2%80%9D%20Clements,%20Jr.


He was a 2nd cousin of John Wesley Hardin

The Killing of Manny Clements

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Mannie Clements's Timeline

January 16, 1868
February 20, 1899
Age 31
El Paso, TX, USA
December 29, 1908
Age 40
El Paso, El Paso, TX, USA