Buck Barrow Death
Buck passed away on July 29, 1933 at the age of 30 in Perry, Iowa, USA. Buck's cause of death was gunshot.
When did Buck Barrow die?July 29, 1933
How did Buck Barrow die? What was the cause of death?Gunshot
How old was Buck Barrow when died?30
Where did Buck Barrow die? What was the location of death?Perry, Iowa, USA
Buck Barrow Birthday and Date of Death
Buck Barrow was born on March 14, 1903 and died on July 29, 1933. Buck was 30 years old at the time of death.
Birthday: March 14, 1903
Date of Death: July 29, 1933
Age at Death: 30
Is Buck Barrow's father, Henry Basil Barrow, dead or alive?
Henry Basil Barrow's information is not available now.
Is Buck Barrow's mother, Cumie T. Walker, dead or alive?
Cumie T. Walker's information is not available now.
Buck Barrow's brother :
- Clyde Barrow
Buck Barrow - Biography
Marvin Ivan "Buck" Barrow was a member of the Barrow Gang. He was the older brother of the gang's leader, Clyde Barrow. He and his wife Blanche were wounded in a gun battle with police four months after they joined up with Bonnie and Clyde. Marvin died of his wounds.
On April 13, 1933, Buck, Clyde, and W. D. Jones participated in a shootout with law enforcement officers at Joplin, Missouri. Two officers, Newton County Constable Wes Harryman and Joplin City Motor Detective Harry McGinnis, were killed.
On June 23, 1933, Buck and W. D. Jones killed Alma, Arkansas City Marshal Henry D. Humphrey during a gunfight on the road between Alma and Fayetteville. Clyde Barrow was not involved in the Humphrey killing.
When word of Buck's dire situation reached Texas, Dallas County Sheriff R.A."Smoot" Schmid wrote a letter of introduction to the local authorities for Buck and Clyde's mother Cumie, and a deputy sheriff provided money to help her cover the costs of the 36-hour drive to Iowa. She and her youngest son LC arrived for Buck's last conscious days. As his pneumonia strengthened he became delirious and finally slipped into a coma, from which he did not wake. He died at 2 P.M. on Saturday, July 29, 1933.
Henry and Cumie Barrow put off buying a gravestone for Buck. They were sure Clyde would follow him into death any day, and whether for practical or loving reasons or a mix of both, decided to wait for Clyde. Clyde liked the idea and suggested the epitaph to go over himself and his brother: "Gone But Not Forgotten."