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

    RANDOLPH "RANDALL" McCOY Birth: 1825, USA Death: 1914, USA Folk Figure. He was the patriarch of the famous McCoy family of Kentucky. During the 1860s a feud began with his neighbor Anderson 'Devil Anse' Hatfield, which they decided to try and settle with guns. The feuding between the two families lasted for over 50 years. The incident gained national attention and became known simply as 'the Hatfield-McCoy feud

    Elias and Troy Hatfield- Elias (top) and Troy Hatfield, sons of "Devil Anse." Both became involved in the saloon business in Boomer and were killed on October 17, 1911 in a dispute over liquor distribution.

    Charlotte Tucker Quiner Holbrook, born May 25, 1809, was the mother of Caroline Quiner Ingalls and the grandmother of Laura Ingalls Wilder. In the fall of 1844, her husband, Caroline's father, sailed off on Lake Michigan on a trading trip. A storm sunk the schooner and Charlotte was widowed. She later married Frederick Holbrook. They had one child, Charlotte, who was Aunt Lotty from Little House in the Big Woods. Charlotte died in Wisconsin in1884.

    Lady Sarah Forbes Bonetta Davies, photographed by Camille Silvy, 1862 Sarah Forbes Bonetta Davies was a child born into a royal West African dynasty. She was orphaned in 1848, when her parents were killed in a slave-hunting war. She was around five years old. In 1850, Sarah was taken to England and presented to Queen Victoria as a “gift” from the King of Dahomey. She became the queen’s goddaughter and a celebrity known for her extraordinary intelligence.  She spent her...

    Nancy L McCoy Hatfield Phillips and Frank Phillips. She was the daughter of Asa Harmon McCoy, the first McCoy killed by the Hatfield gang. After the Hatfields killed her brother Jeff she divorced Johnse Hatfield and married KY lawman Frank Phillips. Frank led the posse that arrested 9 and killed 2 of the Hatfield gang.

    Hark Hatfield and his wife Ollie McCoy.

    The Hatfields And The Mccoys

    Johnse Hatfield and Roseanna McCoy--Hatfield and McCoy Fued

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

    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.

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    Beloved woman of the Cherokee... Nancy Ward

    The Hatfields & The McCoys

    Hatfield and McCoy

    Frank Phillips, he shot and killed Devil Anse Hatfield uncle Vance and arrested other Hatfields for the murder of Randolph McCoys sons and he married Nancy McCoy after she divorced Johnse Hatfield.

    Hires Root Beer Ad, 1960's

    Think of how you would feel, a hundred years ago, seeing this in your cellar as winter approached. You'd feel invincible.