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Randolph McCoy (October 30, 1825-March 28, 1914) was the McCoy family patriarch during the Hatfield-McCoy feud.

Johnse Hatfield

Asa-Harmon-McCoy

Travel Guide

East Kentucky Expo Center, Pikeville

Hatfield ~ McCoy Feud

Devil Anse Hatfield--Hatfield and McCoy Fued www.wpsubscribers... www.desktoplighti... www.laptoptrainin... www.meetyoursweet...

I recently met a descendant of "Devil Anse" at a reenactment and the resemblance was striking! -- Hatfield and McCoy feud--"Devil Anse" Hatfield and wife Levicy Chafin Hatfield

Hatfield and McCoy Feud

Hatfield and McCoy feud

mccoy was distantly related to the mccoys in the hatfield mccoy feud ...

Nancy Vance Hatfield Wife of Ephraim Hatfield Mother of Valentine"Wall" Hatfield and "Devil" Anse Hatfield

Image detail for -The feud between the Hatfields of West Virginia and the McCoys of Kentucky had its roots in the Civil War and continued through 1981. The feud was led by patriarchs ...

The Hatfield and McCoy Feud

McCoy House - Pikeville, Ky. (as in 'Hatfields and...)

Small boy drinking water in his home in Kentucky, 1964

Rising Appalachia

Shelby Lee Adams...Appalachia

Shelby Lee Adams knows how to capture Appalachia. Raw stuff.

Photo by Shelby Lee Adams 2004 (People of Appalachia)

Simply Pretty: Appalachia in Black and White

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measles, Appalachia

bojangles | Rising Appalachia

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