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The beginning of the Hatfield and McCoy feud.

The Boleyn Cup - The only surviving piece of Anne Boleyn's enormous and very valuable collection of gold and silver plate. This simple silver gilt cup - topped with her falcon emblem - is now at a church in Gloucestershire. Her other gold plate, salts, cups, etc would have been much more elaborate.

London’s only public statue of King Henry VIII stands on top of the main entrance gate to St. Bartholomew’s Hospital. St. Bartholomew’s was founded in 1123 and provided care for the sick, poor and needy in London for several centuries until its actual existence began to suffer when King Henry VIII began to dissolve the monasteries. London’s concerned citizens petitioned their King, and St. Bartholomew’s Hospital was unexpectedly spared.

Only One Henry VIII Statue?

The Tudor Dynasty 11 June 1456 - Birth of Anne Neville at Warwick Castle.She was an English queen, the daughter of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick (the "Kingmaker"). She became Princess of Wales as the wife of Edward of Westminster and then Queen of England as the wife of King Richard III.

Anne of Cleves by Hans Holbein the Younger, 1539. Anne was bartered by her brother into marriage to Henry VIII to further the Protestant league. Henry found her lacking, after the annulment she went on to have a long happy life with more freedom than she would have had if she had returned to her homeland.

The Tudor Rose of York Bracelet

Rose of York Bracelet - Photo - The Tudors Wiki

Queen Elizabeth II with Prince Charles at Windsor Great Park, during a polo match in 1956.

Cap Hatfield his son Coleman A. Hatfield

Sarah McCoy- Randell McCoy Wife

Sarah "Sally" McCoy

Hatfield and McCoy feud--"Devil Anse" Hatfield and wife Levicy Chafin Hatfield

West Virginia Division of Culture and History Gallery Viewer

Hatfield and McCoy feud--Hatfield homestead circa 1900

West Virginia Division of Culture and History Gallery Viewer

Devil Anse Hatfield monument, Hatfield cemetery

gun owned by Devil Anse Hatfield

West Virginia Division of Culture and History Gallery Viewer

Hatfield and McCoy feud--Hatfield home during "Devil Anse" funeral.

West Virginia Division of Culture and History Gallery Viewer

Joe, Tennyson (Tennis) and Troy Hatfield sons of Anse hatfield

funeral of Devil Anse in Jan 1921. Levicey , the widow of Anse; youngest son Tennis ; oldest son Johnse ; Nancy "Nan" , Cap Hatfield's wife; Coleman A. , Cap Nan's son; William Anderson "Cap" Hatfield, second son of Devil Anse and Levicey . Standing behind between Johnse Nancy is Smith Hatfield, the brother of Devil Anse . Johnse would pass away in 1922. Levicey , in 1929, Cap passed away in 1930. Nan Hatfield lived until 1942, Coleman A. Hatfield, born in 1889, died in 1970.

Joe D. Hatfield holds up the shirt worn by his uncle Ellison on the day he was killed by three McCoys. There are 26 knife holes in it. The three McCoys were killed the same day; one of them, Little Randall, 15, was told to beg for his life but replied, "Go to hell," and was shot.

LIFE: May 22, 1944

Willis Hatfield, last living son of "Devil Anse," at 82 years. Photograph taken on May 12, 1970.