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    William Anderson "Devil Anse" Hatfield, patriarch of the Hatfield clan who took part in a long-running battle with the McCoys. The Hatfield and McCoy feud is the most infamous feud in American history.

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Union veteran Asa-Harmon-McCoy, brother to Randolph, killed by Southern home guard in 1865. Devil Anse Hatfield and friends were credited with the murder.

Hatfield's & McCoy's: Devil Anse Hatfield, patriarch of the Hatfield clan during the famous feud. (Credit: Walter Sanders/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)

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My geat grandparents, Capt.Wm.Anderson (devil anse and Levicy) Hatfield. Elizabeth (Betty) Hatfield Caldwell is their 7th child.

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My grandmother Mary Jane Hatfield, Simpkins, Hensley, Howes, far left -6th child of Capt.Wm.Anderson (devil anse) Hatfield. Nancy Belle Hatfield, Vance, Mullens on far right. Wm.Anderson (devil anse) and Levicy Hatfield seated. 3 of their sons standing center.