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    DevilAnse Hatfield. Of the Hatfields and McCoys

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      Devil Anse Hatfield on horseback. For Hatfield McCoy Tour Info, call (800) 844-7453 or visit

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      Devil Anse Hatfield the leader of Hatfield side of the Hatfield–McCoy feud which involved two families of the West Virginia–Kentucky area along the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River

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      Devil Anse Hatfield - one of my great-great-great-great-great (maybe add a couple more greats in there) uncle - A. Flores

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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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      Devil Anse Hatfield of Hatfield and McCoys, Appalachian Mountain Interests

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      DevilAnse Hatfield. Of the Hatfields and McCoys

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      Devil Anse Hatfield on horseback in Logan, WV.

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    Historic Newspaper with coverage of the Hatfield-McCoy feud: The Wheeling Intelligencer, Wheeling, West Virginia, November 28, 1889 "Devil Anse" "Tells the True History" "Of the Famous Hatfield-McCoy Feud to an Intelligencer Representative" "And Puts His Mark to the Statement When Read to Him" "A Very Thrilling Recital" "The Famous Head of the Hatfield Family Not So Black as Painted" "By Sensational Reporters - How Marshal White Got His Consent to go to Charleston..."

    L. Lawson Hatfield squats inside an old hollow tree which was long known as the "stink tree," where Hatfields were said to have stuffed dead bodies. (Usually they let them lie.) Devil Anse never repented his killings; he told Miss Thomas; "A man has a right to protect his family."

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    Historic Newspaper with coverage of the Hatfield-McCoy feud: "The Wheeling Intelligencer, Wheeling, West Virginia, November 21, 1889 "Devil Anse' Hatfield" "Arraigned in the United States Court at Charleston" "He is Tried and Acquitted" "On a Charge of Violating Revenue Laws and is Offered Government Protection Outside the Lines. A Conspiracy Frustrated"

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