Often claimed by modern socialist anarchists, Benjamin Tucker fits better in the libertarian tradition.
Henry Meulen was an individualist anarchist and an early proponent of free banking.
Sidney Parker’s thoroughgoing Stirnerite individualism set him outside and against all political and moral ideologies.
Minarchists and anarchists—i.e. champions of the night-watchman state and opponents of any state—aren’t as clearly distinguishable as one might think.