Pat garrett biography government official, law enforcement (1850–1908) pat garrett was an american old west lawman and customs agent best known for killing billy the kid. The authentic life of billy, the kid is a biography and first-hand account written by pat garrett, sheriff of lincoln county, new mexico, in collaboration with a ghostwriter, marshall ashmun ash upson.
Three years later, pat’s father, john garrett, purchased a louisiana plantation in claiborne parish, where young garrett grew up a tall, thin angular man with prominent cheek bones, garrett left louisiana for dallas county, texas at the age of 19.
Pat garrett biography pat garrett (patrick floyd garrett) lawman born: 6/5/1850 birthplace: chambers county, alabama western law man famous for killing billy “the kid”, pat garrett left his family's plantation in louisiana in 1869 to become a buffalo hunter in texas in 1880 he married apolinaria gutierrez in lincoln county, new mexico, and was elected sheriff.
Pat started her professional life as an actress, singer and dancer before later embarking on a successful career as a choreographer, director, specialist puppeteer and motion capture artist in september 2013 she returned to her first love of performing. Patrick floyd jarvis pat garrett (june 5, 1850 – february 29, 1908) was an american old west lawman, bartender and customs agent who became renowned for killing billy the kid he was also the sheriff of lincoln county, new mexico as well as doña ana county, new mexico. Pat garrett and billy the kid is a unique western parts of it are just brilliant, other moments are bungled, but it is composed and structured like no other movie from the genre everyone knows the western legend about these two central characters, who went from being friends to sworn adversaries.
Billy the kid was a late 19th century thief and gunfighter he was reportedly killed by sheriff pat garrett, who later burnished the legend of the wild west outlaw.